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THE HARTFORD HERALD. " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE ADVERT181NO X 9 S 2 OB Aa we are compelled bylaw to pay poMage In advance on papers sent outside of Ohio Countywe are forced to require payment on ubrrlptioii In advance. All letter on buslnc mini lie nddresed to HAKHKTT 4 HKO., PuliUhhen. i r SEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING. AT MY BACK." Onr Tore Vnnr JiCol KCol I col,. W ow 2 aw 3 DM 4(W SWI 3 5 a Oil 06 li OM 8 0s 8 OS 13 on1 M W JMMMItn 2 OS 3B W 7 Sw IS u 3S0t5ee( woe t MW 38 0 t -- i XOii:5': , ' WIIOLtMAM'. r HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 10, 1879. lIAKDWAKi:. For the Hartfonl llKit.w.n. NO. 49. ltler. Ky., Dec. 4th. jH For a shorter time, at proportional rats. One lneb of space eonatHntea a square. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUltT. lion. Jsium Stuart, Judge, Owcnlioro. A. - Morton, Clerk, Hurtlonl. K. K. M urrell, Master Coiiimlvtloiier.llurt fonl. C. W. I'lilllii", Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies !. W. Hunger, llartturd; S. 1. Taylor, Heaver Dam; K. II. Cooper, KonlkVllle; S. I.. KulkerKon, Ccral o. Court liezliu second Mondays in May and Nnvetnlier. nnd continues three week each lerin. CRIMINAL COURT. Hon. J. A. Murray, Judcc, Clovcrport. lion. JtfMiph llaycraft, Atlornev, Oweusltoro. K. ISiillenser, Jailer, Hartford. on fourth Mondays in March Court mil SeplemlHT, eoutliiului; two weeks each term. COUNTY COURT. Caiit-Ha- qvkktiox I'uri'ixu Tilt: AI.I.Y. -- 9 DKALKIIS IX IIV iMirri-- - OUAM1K IIIi-tsO- I ulll write I for thee, dear Kmmii, a Hue or HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS, 280 West Main Street, between 7th and 8th. nut the one Adonis, dear, who lovc to think of thee: that thou art an aiixcl, fair, my heart doth Kimrnntcc. I know thou art u duplicate, of thnve in heaven ulsive, I love thee, darlliiK, yes I do, I cannot help but love. For hovcrinK near mu Cupid Is, enkindling love's ureat lire, And lendliiK now a hclplux hand, as I conioe this lyre. Ami Oh, canst thou, Rettanlliik! one who loves you, ns he never lovtsl J. i'.Njindertur, Attorney ,'Ilartford. Iirgot AibrtiiK'iit in the South. IiOWwt Prices. HiKrial Iiuliicoiiuiits to Court txulnt on the tlnt Monday In every Ctisli anil Sliort Time MvrvliuiitM. rrici-- Mulled umiii Aiiric3itin. d'ivo us mouth. QUARTERLY COURT. atrial. on the third Mondays In January, Sl'ICl'IAIniCS. April, July and COURT OK CLAIMS. Miller Brother1 JWktt Kniir, Eureka Wriiiiim, Crux Cut Miir, Ctutl Shovel, (ntl Vo., rf., Diamond Jlitrse Xnilit, the eetelirtttrtl Hart Axe, Renin on the nrt Mondaya In Jauuury and , .Warranted), CM Dollar Axe, Farm mid Church Jlell. AluoNu' ' ' iiow', Slatloimry imd J'rened Tin Mire. OTITKRCOUNTY Or'KICKIlSi Hartford. ArmlMead Jone, Col. W. II. l'orter, Surveyor, Cromwell. .lOSEPII MULHATTAK, Traveling Salesman. A. It. lutnl, School VuiiilKxloiier, Hartford. VOUCH COURTS. Hartford V. H. Cummins, JudRe, Hetsiiul MoudaVHlu January, April, July and OcIoImt. R. C. llanlwlrk. Marshal. UV.ivrr Ujiii J. I. Choist, Judue, tlrst Saturday tu January, April, July and Oetolter. W. 11. Hlankeushlp, Marshal. I have !urciiael of Jlessrs J. V. COLLINS A CO. their entire stock of UlUtnip, Judge, second Cromwell I". Saturtlay In January. April. July ami Oclo-l- r. g'Kxl?, ami will continue the liuinpss in the same house occupied W. T. Til ford, Miirh I. hy them. I intend to keep it full assortment of the Cexalvo Henry Tlnsley, Judice,seemd Saturday in January April, July and October. Vacant, Marshal. . Hamilton Wm. Hamilton, Sr., Judue, iltlee uddrtxxK, McHcury. aurt held thinl Saturday In January, April, Jul and OetoU-r- . Win. llamlltuii, Jr., Marshal, Mellenry. Itorktiort H.O. Roby. Judge, Pan. Tlehe-no- r. Marshal. Courts held third Wcdne-da- y lu January. April, July and tMoln-r- . 11. ' ItosllH llallls It. 11. WldlUK, Judge, V. Marshal. Court, held first Satunlay In January, April. Jnly and Octolx-r- . s Hen. Newton, Judge, Hartford. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford. Jiiitel Aeor, The New Grocery! FAJHTCX V s, BEiT FAJIIIIl and GROCERIES. CUTLER!. CIGARS, TOBACCO, " 'SvRTiciy coriiTs, UttlMVII.I.IV wish to "pop the question," deal, my love for thee doth bum, wllt thou, dearest one, a kindred name return. Oh let your answer Ik n yes, and not that dreadful no That on iMilluteth hearts of love that once were whlfo ns snow. Oh do not think I'm Joking, (tear, I mean lust what I say. And If you wish to tot my word, Just name the weddluic day. And ns wo Journey on through life, we'll never cease to love. And when we're called from scenes IhIow, why, then, we'll love above. In heaven iiIkivc, where all Is love, UMin the shining shore, Willi all the blessed heavenly host, we'll love forevermore. By crystal rivers pnstucn green, lesldellie Koldeu throne. Where all l love nnd jieaee serene, where naimht but love Is known. Oh, do not think It strange, my dear, that I thus write so free. It matters not, sweet darling love, how long I have known thee. Tisloug enough thy worth to know, thou uiiift!. mire as snow. Ami If thou wilt hut say the wonl, we'll to I he Hilar go. This style of popping, although rare, undoubtedly is sipiare, Though rather isld romantic queer, yet all in love is fair. Oh, shall we be but one In life, nnd trust In heaven to bless? Oh, do not hesitate, my dear, to say that sweetest, yes. I Sept. It.IWVIthenvJunes James Miller, UI7FOK1I. Sept. 10 I'. It. Taylor, June II J. II. Hoi brook, " 1 . -- "IS Sept. 9 A. II. Hennett.Juuc 10 "6 - "5 1nx-..- 1 " 1 HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS .1 I) kc. 1, 1S70. TI1K TKAVKLI.KK. ec. " 10 12 Kiiuiblm lu tbr NmiUst leb IelttnilM. HAIITl-OKIl- J.D.Hyers I- Sept. 21 W. - Howe, Juiue.'Si 36 A. N. Hmwii, " --V.. KOKINC Kept. 15 Wm.Cauuou, June 10 U J. II. Miller, "I'UOVWKt.l. " i: If K. O. l'orter, June " 20 Melvln Taylor," 21 21 lUK'KI'OKT. W lec. " lH-c- SI 21 20 15 . " Dee. U "IT 20rj-3Sept- CONOTABLKS. 20 lec. 20 ninl all articles ustiallr kent in a lull stock of e CONFECTIONERIES, TI S, RUI TS, I 1ST 1ST erocerv house first-clas- IIV "1KII.I.Y VAHDJaf," IX T1IK OTAOO DAILY TIJUX. COXCI.UDKI). will also keen a Kordsvtlle 5eorse Bnulflcfd, address, Konlsvllle. Huford TlioK.'H.'Taylor. K. Hartford-J;'P.'SteveiiPost-oHle- "I'ost-offlc- c IUckstrt T. R. Uishop. ,UR"'lne W. W. Ktell. Cromwell J, W. Daniel. Dam. Reaver Rosine. PTJJi. LIQUORS, BRANDIES, Monarch anil other. s hrantls of whiskies for sale by the drink or otl.er wise. I mil nnxious to supply my friends and acquaintances and the public generally with their goods, and will do so at low prices for cash or in exchange for country produce. I will he thankful for your patronage. Remember the )1utp,..T. i'VCollins' oldirtand. Respectfully, CHURCH DIRECTORY. Haptlst Services tlrst Sunday mid Sunday uutht lu ever mouth nnd S.iturday nlKlit pnvUuit W. I. Bennett, I'astor. Sunday M. K. Church South Service thlrxl and Sunday night and fourth Sunday night lu cadi mouth Rev. J.S. McDauIel, I'astor. GEO. A. PLATT HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. loihii: jii:mx.N. AY. M. uoiith. A. 110. mouth. R. HARTFORD LOIKl No. 15& third Monday ulifht In each Wm. II. Moouk, W. M. 11. WiaNsiiKiMKB, Secretnry CIIA1TER, No. Meets secoml Monday lu each M. K. M. McIXTvnv H. i: H. Wei.nsiikimku, Secretary. FREE r A VALUABLE INVENTION. THE WORLD RENOWNED LOIHII No. 12 D III Masonic Hall, Hartford, KyM everj Thursday evenlnt;. A cordial Invitation Is extended to inemters of the Ortler to visit ti. and all such will madeJ.welcome. W. O. T. CuLvnr. Yaokb, !mws Williams, W. See, D. E.TUOXA9.L.D. TO.U.T-HARTFOR- WILSON SEWING MACHINE ss ONE-FOURT- H BULLETIN. The Eastern mail leaves at 220 l X., and arrive at 1 p. M. ' The Vetern mall leaves at 9 SO A. M. and arrives at sr. M. Sulphur Springs, Fordsvllle, Haynesvllle, Llona and Vellvllle leaves Hartfonl everj Wednestla v at Til) A. M.,and arrives Thursday" at C r. 31. leaves Hartford every3 Thursday at r. at r. X., and arrives Saturday Bevla, x. Buford, TlicOweiisboro mall, via and Masouville leaves on Pleasant Htdee Tuesday and Friday at 7 A. x., and arrives Monday and Thursday at 6 r. X. The Centertown mall arrives at 10 A. X., and departs at 1LA. X..Weduesttar. "v ' R.1'.ROWE, Postmaster. l'OST-OFFIC- E as elegantly finished as a first-claPiano. It received the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial ExpoFASTER than other sitions. IT SEWS machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more WILSON MACHINES sold in the United States than the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing. WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine. r iw iLouii wanted. iiifii 827 829 Broadway. New York: New Orleans. CotjSttieJJIadiio in workmanship 1s equal to a Chronometer Watch, and agents enu ocffiina sjIiauiajf bu. oriif iun mflbninc on L&.& .f t 4, . . 1 PKercKKiexAi. cakbn. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORB, KV. also Notary Public. Otllce over It. P.y Howe's grocery store. X. D. Vk'AUCKK. ' Will practice his profession In any of the Courts of Ohio or adjoining mantles. He is K.C. HUBBAKn. Thomas & Kimbley, Have purchaxMl and will an entire new stock of WALKER L HUBBARD, HARTFORD, KV. Will practice In Ohio and adjoining counties, also In the Court of Appeals. Pure Drugs. Medicines. Chemicals, Toilet & Fancy Articles, Sponges, Perfumeries, Soaps, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, All the Standard Patent Medicines kept constantly on hand. ii. r. MeiiExur. ITTfiUfETS JfellENKV A HIM.. ham. r mi.i I COITMUlSiT Lit HARTFORD, KY. Will practice In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Coort of Appeal of Kentucky. Next door to Rosenberg's : WN. K. URKGORV. Hartford Ky. ATTORNEY. AT LAW, HAKTF9RU, KY. Physicians Prescriptions carefully filled at anv time. Thev have secured Prompt' aticnlon Klveii to the collection of the wervieerf of Mr. F. E. Kimbley as Kilesman and prescription clerk. He has Claims, umce, urnnu jury rooint had considerable experience In this capacity. Ho ran always le found in the Store, or bis rooms over head. i J. EDWIN ROWE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office They propose to do a legitimate business 1 T ovrr 8. ir. Andmon't Store, JIA'RTFORD.kY. AMERICAN Prompt attention given to the, Collection of an claims. . CHA.SiM; PENDLETON, ATT0E-1TE- AT LAW, BSBJBSJpRSSSSJBJbW mis WITCH. without dTncl"ir the prlrc xrlulve control of this watch. It ran from an f other touree.- - We fen! thUNKW and Improred Sllrer Iluntlor Ainer-leLerrr Watch, fullr warranted as to quality and u a correct t imekoeper. br mall, to anr ATounitlSK, on receipt of flttern dollar by lor the watrb, and flfrr cents fbr express with bill to collectondcllTcrr ot Watch, ubject to examination (It desired), before pay. Ins;. Monrr may be tent safely by reel-t- i red letter, pout offlce moner order, or by express. Our New Illoitrated ftfeo List of llold d Bllrce Watche. and Chains, Sold Pen5, Gild Ring, J ewrt rr, etc sent free of feRO,. to any address. V. V, 11A.KNES Jeweler.. 221 Main St., bet. Sixth A Syentn, LoulsTlll.,Kr. Dot HARTFORD, KY Prompt attention given to the collection of .ciaUD. with wlilfU fror by tbeubllc our lis lmnroT. Its quality. rmtlrdo tul, owlnj in our Via In Iiit. Iioen enabled t. A.tcu The ritriordlnirr I1&4 u to beu rreard ficllltled. ll.Tliii; aa aiT-d-rc. 0WEKMMOKO JUNCTION. This House lias Just been overhauled and re n lieu ana put in nm-ciarepair lor uie en tertalnmentof miests. room are Large and Well Ventlllated The VsSrs narnnlmnilntfnnii fnrtnfllnfl'n all ttoe.wlth the TAulK l9uppHed at uuarges reasuiiamir. esi ine country anorus. W.H.HANDUSKY, proprietor, ss BBJ1A'SjTBSjfBlsMBjTiufiSSjr f The tlark forms sat like black witches, grimacing me with their hideous shtiics. I had only thcc ghastly ilemons of darkness gniujHtl over this y. wild, weinl, unearthly scene for The bats, and owls, and lizards hml'left the scene. No sound came to the ear, or movement broke thesolitude house of silence, of this dreary pri.-o- n as stillness reigned king over the plain. The black crags sat confronting each other as they were thrown when out of tlie llerv caverns tliey were ionncil. My llesfi crawled at such a gloomy aspect. No birds were to bo seen, not even a cricket or grasshopper broke tho monotony with his soug. An ant, or scorpion, could not find a living here. Loneliness of the most wearisome nature sat heavily on me. Tills great lava-Hoburst out of Manna ixui in '(.!, mid went coursing down to the sen, deluging a fertile-pluln covering up hundreds of cattle, aud burying villages of native 50 feet beneath its fiery waves, aud left this horrid wreck, as gravestones to mark their sepulchres, over the theatre of its devastation. At this great eruption five acres fell in and disappeared out of sight, and the ml molten lava, like a boiling river of fire, burst out of the great gap and ran down twelve miles into the sea, and overspread the shore with its fiery Hood. For five consecutive days these Hauling vents poured forth a stream of lava a mile in width. The lava was as thin as water, and ran over the mountain and leaped Into chasms of crimson cataracts of fire. Streams of lava a mile long were spouted from the mountain, and thrown like red water into the sky to the height of COO feet, then fell lu teeming showers to mix with the roaring flood tearing down the mountain side. Solid waves of fluid lava, a league in length, shot up like sheets of fire 100 teet into the air. Hie sea boiled around the coast of Kau, and hundreds of fish were cooked to death. The island was at noonday wraped In a black pall of darkness, and the sea was beclouded with smoke for miles around. Coasting vesoels were enveloped, lost, and bewildered in the dense haze that hung like dark curtains over the sea. The sky was a dark blank, distance was void; ami dense masses of mist rolled over the ocean. Farther on I came to the site of u native village, that with all its inlmbi-tawas carried away by a tidal wave that followed this memorable eruption. Hushing in from the ocean in a wave 40 feet high, it plunged inland for miles and receding far out to sett, bore the grass thatched huts of the poor natives, of whom were drowned. A grove of many cocoanut trees stands among the old foundations. A high blurt" overlooks this saddened scene, on whose brow the trembling natives, who escaped a water' grave and a burning casket from the sudden messenger of destruction above gathered from the east mid from the west. On its highest top, filled with consternation, they collected together from miles around, without previous appointment, agreement, or any bulletin notice whatsoever, but by universal instinct that it was the highest and safest resort. Some natives who were up in the mountains, contrary to the statutes,secrtly distilling native spirits, roused by the earthquake simultaneously tied, and came tearing down the mountain side with suspicious looking implements in their hands. On this knoll they met, and under the excitement, the few dissenters aud frightened pagans forgot their idols und superstitious deities, aud even the sttiuuchest followers of Pele, the volcanic goddess, let hercxistence slip their memory, und all prayed aloud to the God of heaven for refuge. A native minister, who witnessed the scene, informed me that a great number of old idolatrous natives who scorned the religion of the church, and never darkened his sanctuary with their presence, disowned his God and clung to the old Hawaiian heathenism, when this great test came to try their honesty, they all with one unanimous accord joined the Christian natives in earnest, and even led in the universal chorus to heaven for protection, and had ever since been conducting themselves with becoming propriety. Passing this noted promoutory, I at length emerged from this gloomy world of cinders, aud rode out upon the green d slopes of Kau, whew leagues on leagues of luxuriant meadows mantled in a rich growth of verdure, as prolific as the famous plains of Texus or the pampas of llrazll, lay sleeping in waving beauty for 'JS) miles eastward, hud extend up to thu black timber-be- lt high up on the mountain top, and spread in ono grand aud magnificent sweep of greener' down to the blue ocean, that lay below In sheeta of com-iKinw terror-strickeut gross-coate- indigo stretched out in the misty distance beyond. This immense plateau resembled a mammoth meadow verdant with waving grass, covered with herds of rounding cuttle with tinkling liells.and thousands of lieanled goats bounding about, aud grazing up to their Hanks in the heavy blades of grass. As I rode on among the thick verdure, beauties after beauties multiplied, grotlcos of leafy trees tlotted the mountain slope, viney arbors hung with fairy colored blossoms bent their swinging trailers on the breeze. Flowers richly lined and fair to behold beautified the way. What a glorious prospect! how lovely! I thought, as my enraptured eyes dwelt on the picture. Coming out of that dreary lava-Hothe scene was refreshing to the soul. Beyond, all was beauty and lovliness behind, all was desolawith tion. These black their trenchant gloom, contrasted with the cool shady groves and green lawns, blooming with wild flowers and sweet-scentblossoms like a fallen depraved woman, serve as the background to refill tt lie divine beauty of "the guileless" und pure. Upon the green slopes I passed a break hi the mountain Hide the site of an immense Iaudside, caused by an underground reservoir of water, caught from the mountain above, which, moistened the hillside into mortar, and, jarred and jolted, by a violent earthquake three years ago, broke out of the mountain above aud plunged down the mountain side, carrying an avalanche of mud on the slopes below, covering up-1- natives und their cottages in a How of slush .7) feet in depth nnd three miles in length. The grass Is now growing above the hamlet, whose huts antl "native are buried 40 feet beneath ; anil the night cricket sings his twilight songs over their grave. The turf over which I rode resounded under my horse's hoofs like n drum, Inwas indicating that the ground-she- ll deed thin. Tne whole island and mountain is a hollow cone, filled with toiling lava, with a crust of earth formed over the vast cavern, with fiery cavern, with the volcanic craters us valves, through which It spouts continually. When the craters get choked, or a surplus of lava Is boiled up, It breaks through the crust of the earth, runs down the mountain, anil pours in avalanche Into the sea. The island is only a cooled crust of lava, covered with vegetation, and occupied by the natives, and during a throb of the surging volcano any part of the island is liable to open and deluge its slopes with a river of molten fire. As I perambulated over the plain, I was in constant dread lest I should fall Into some deep pits overgrown with grass, which ojiencd on every hand. Subterranean tunnels ran up the mountain sIoh whose interior is unexplored. Many riders have been precipitated into these caverns, and crushed to atoms. Persons out walking have stepped on u rich growth of vines that went down beneath them, mid in these dark wells starved to death. A native girl a few days since, while out collecting fi'rns fora lady tourist at the volcano, rumbling about among the growing vines, fell headlong into one of these caves, and was rescued three days afterwards, an emaciated skeleton. My little pony seemed to understand the situation, or had grt--at regard for his safety, as he stepped with cure. Farther on I found a company organ ised and on the grounds preparing to erect a sugar-mil- l, and bring this fa vored region into sugar cultivation. The soil here is extremely fertile. 14,000 reet above me tlie majestic dome of Mauna Loa stood in solemn majesty, with its lofty heights capped in clouds tinted witli the L'old mid our- ple shades of sunset, which Hushed like airy robes let down around tlie moun tain irom mo miry looms oi rarauise, ami dyed with a celestial halo of beauty. Its tlark belt of woods, followed by the liuhter green of the meadows, lay off against the sky, reddening in the sun set, wulle its colossal outlines loomed up grand antl imposing in its lofty grandeur. In the distance the lurid smoke of the volcano rose Into the sky. sheets of name leaped high in the air. I looked on the ascending flames with silent wonder. Blue, white, red, anil yellow smoke rose in a vast column and drifted oil" on the sky. I rode on with my eye fixed on that pillar of tire towering in the heavens. The goal of my ambition was in sight, picture rose before me. the By early twilight I reached u tlairy ranch embowered with trees inthe midst of the vast green plain. I was warmly welcomed by the gentlemanly host, and ushered into a sumptuous repast of fresh mountain milk, excellent butter, a fat steak, ripe peaches, and the usual After tea I went out on the verandah to watch tlie burning tires aud ascending flames of the volcahigh no, that blazed up in ruddy ton-heinto the 8Ky. iiKe a vast red waterspout rosy canopy over the boil und formed a ing crater that reneci the blinding retinitis of the glaring tires beneath, and firmailluminated the ment with a blazing cloud suspended midway in the heavens. Sometimes it burst out like a touched off declining flared up afresh like a burning city, or a great plain tin fire, while its red curling smoke rolled oli'on the heavens like molten clouds. I looked long on the light of that tire not made with hands, and meditatedoii the glare oi those names whose runiace burns forever whose fires are never tiileuchcd. I sat up late aud gazed up on the fiery picture. I felt as though I was ut the door of the world's foundry, and at the fireside of the earth's moulding-furnace, and I pondered on the father of volcanoes with veneration and wonder. J finally retired to a downy bed ami anions fresh sheets, dreamed wouderous dreams of the great volcano aud its glories. About is o'clock in the morning l was roused from the sweet realms of dream land by loud shaking at my door,clas!i-iugo- f windows, banging of shutters, cracking of floors: the big chair had lent its arms to a slnall table and begun u waltz, u settee took for its partner thu centre table, while the bookcase joiued hands with thu sideboard: the plates down stairs joined in the frolic aud set up a clatter; the bells began to clang.aud the kettle in the kitchen caught the Infection aud set up a racket; the bureau bowed to the cupboard, and began to trip over the floor; my boots were committing somersaults, my bed got on a spree; I was ou the floor, then on my refractory couch, thcu on the surging floor; the housu was in the throes of an ague, while the earth Itself was on a tear. I felt that the very ground was slipping from under me. A rushlng-soun- d like the clush aud roar of many waters, jostled and slashed against the rocks under ground, whose noise was like the waves on the sea shore, as the subterranean surge rocked aud beat against the rocks underneath. Fruitless were my efforts to assume a perpendicular attitude, and finally I lay still and bounced. This was my first Quite common here. earthquake. They have them every morning for breakfast. lava-Hows, ed Kcu-tougulong-sought star-sjiangl- ed powder-magazine, t'nney vllle Uan'KYVILLK, Klitor IterahU 1116 No weddings. A ttttll occasionally. Our young antl sprightly widower, Mr. Weave llarnes,invited several young ladies to sup with him on his birthday. South Caueyville has n drug store. Some time ago the citizens of this place cttst a vote in favor of the law of Local Option, aud they now have It in the strictest sense of the phrase. We take local to mean confined to a particular place, that is, the whisky must be confined to one or two houses and sold by individuals druggists. Option, wc think, means choice, that is, is with the buyer, how much he takes, a glass, a pint, or u gallon, just as his appetite may, at the time, demand. One of our druggists here can neither read nor write. He keeps a few drugs anil a great deal of whisky. He seems to take great pleasure in waiting on his customers, but those desiring medicine have tho trouble to examine the labels, point out the medicine, tell him the price, Slc. When he sella a drink for ten cents, if he does not get the money, he goes to his book aud enters ten straight lines. Why this man above others is allowed this privilege Is a question that naturally arises in the minds of man v. Well, we do not know; we can onfy draw conclusions from surrounding circumstances. In the first filace, we are sorry to say that this man I here by some of the leading and most influential men of the community, men who like to take a drink themselves and like to have it convenient. It may be possible that those invested with power to stay his hand, are afntltl of stepping on the toes of those influential men. Another nuisance is that the Urand-jur- y did not do its duty while in sesion last week. They hot! sufficient witnesses before them, but not being interrogated, the witness did not volunteer information that would lead to indictment. Now, worthy geutlemen, we want to ask you why did you not ask witnesses the same questions in regard to this case that you asked other witnesses in regard to similar cases? Why dW you In this rtlcular ease withhold all questions calculated to elicit answers that woultl bring ubout an indictment? Ah, worthy Jurors, you little thought that this man you were handling so lightly would turn agulu und rend you ; but henr,now.wliat he says of you. He comes home boasting of Ills suceess,say-ln- g that he took n supply of whisky up ami watched for chances to get jurors out to treat them. He names one that he says he treated several times even in the court hall. If his statement be true, we lmvc only this to say, there may have been some worthy men In that body, but it Is evident that they were in hud company. Just think of it. readers, a man who will sutler himself to be Influenced thus, being placed on a lieiich to decide questions of life or C. B. K. A. K. E. C. death. ry Ili-mi- i. hmM ml ME, Wl mmf jftaft ftsssVsjsfl yEjBsTi MBjj mm . sjmbh You seen worn were purchased at that Old and Reliable LoukvrKe Clothing House, J. WINTER He studied in the Columbus Academical and Collegiate Institute and was editor of the college paper. In the year IMS, being then twenty-fou- r yean age, or oi anil peotry mil and romauee, he, ,was .enjoylujrhw THK REV. If. P. L. WEOSTKR. I' CO. Cor. Third antj Markit Sts., LswtviHt, Ky. Their motto is : No lying in order to sell goods, but tell the troth, for " it is mighty and will prevail." It b the right place to invest your mosey, t .y of households who consider theast-lvhighly blessed if they ouly succeed In UooTer avoiding contention and preserving a tolerable civility among one another. Yet It would seem. as if nearly all the materials for earnest and steadfast Hoovku Hux, Dec. 4. frienilship might be found within a cirtailor Jlrrultl; The effect of the separation was tu After an illness or several weeks du- crush the youug man, and, writing to x cle already joined by bonds of instructive affection aaeL mutual Intercast. ration, we again assume the liberty of friend five years agtij. twenty-si- x years penning a few items for your excellent after the occurrence, lie says, "I doubt There is sufficient similarity of taste, purpose antl position, to win sympathy ; laier. Has if all tlurk lines are erased from my Mr. Henii,of near Pleasant Kidge, heart yet." He resigned his pastorate anil there is sufficient variety of age, is recovering from a very severe attack and sought another field, smothering sex antl circumstance to prevent There Is every opportunity tor Typhoid fever which seems somewhat his pain by hard study and work. And into prevalent ill tuts section oi tne country. the only sigh of that pain the world elevating a natural kindness germ loftier developing atTeetiou, of reThe wife and two daughters of Mr. ever saw was the heart-cr- y in the song spect and for into the the and JhiU love rich James Moslev. of McLean county, are of "Lorena." growth of noble friendship. All Uie tiaying Mr. Silas Shown anil lady of our In l&U he was residing in Racine, more delicate relations of sex are 'ful....T..l.l-l..u.. ,.11. tl.t.i Wisconsin, where fil led in their utmost purity by jie Mrs. Frauecs Humnston, of the Hill, HB MET J. t. WKKSTER, mother and son, father and daugbttf, happened to u severe accident not long since, uutl. strange to say, too, by a the composer, who, though of the same brother and sister. Why, then, .should wagon axle fulling on her head. It name, is no relation to him. They years spent under the same roof so J. P. often separate and scatter the affections seems that Mr. E. C. Hoover or some soon liecuuse very intimate. one of ills constituents, who were enga Weliwter was writing song music, and of childhood, instead of eeaieutiag aad ged, at the time, repairing a wagon, hud was troubled to find appropriate words. strengtheuiug them Into the rich and very carelessly iucliued one of the axles Rev. Mr. Webster told film that he Stead fits t friendships of maturer Hfr.'i rrobabiy the chiet cause or this: fat of course, not ex- would write a song, and in two days he against tlie Bhop-doo-r, pecting tiny thing of a serious nature to produced it, entitled "Bertha," a mere that people rely ou the instructlvenfm When the composer of natural affection as being be the result; but Mrs. II., by chance, fancy name. without effort. They imagine called out at the shop that morning (we came to set it to music he wanted a 'to suppose to give an account oi tne nice name of three syllables, accented on the that family love is strong enough Ht- care of itself, so they take but Yield of feathers Mrs. Nancy King's second, antl the author then matle up take preserve it from the shocks ami to geese produced last picking) and while the name of "Lorena." Tlie young lady's name was not Lo- Silns dally life. Anil they also sup- seated in the door the axle fell, striking poise tliat they are so well Known to her directly on top of the head which rena, however, nor Bertha, but Ella. It is said that she lost her vivacity each other that it fa uot worth while to inflicted a severe wound, producing un conciousness for a short time, one is and sunny, witching ways after they present their &irer side. In all .this parted, and never regained them, and they are 'mistaken. Natural aftectlon out again, we learn. that Thecood people of this community past she is uow a sad. slcKiy womau. offers a fine foundation ou which to the prime of life. She is the wife erect the edifice of a firm and enduring (Methodist) are erecting a new church of a judge, and lived for many years at friendship, but It will not rise of itself. a short dlstuuce west of the famous old school house,WhlteOak,whlch,we trust, lrontoii, on the Uluo. vt lien lost neoru We roust buildit- U, stoue by stone, if we will prove or much beneiii to uie com from, however, several months ago. would possess - If we liavs a valued munitv. ltn a. matter of llich impor stiewastravelluirinEuropc. Her proud and respected friend, what p i ins we tance uow that the Hoover Hill people and haughty sister has long since passed take to cherish his fricndaalp 1 bow' should be extremelv nroud of their situ over the river, where "'tis heart to carefully we endeavor to pruaw away Instead or dollar to dollar." from ourselves that which would ation. Churches are building up rapid- heart.brother-in-lahim, and cultivate those qualidied only a few ly around us, schools first class; but not Her only this, we can claim thehouor of weeks ago. Mr. Webster, juso past ties which he admires! how we strive being centrally located between me the prime of life, is married, and lives to gratify blm by pleasant surprises, flourishing little villages, Beda aud Bu- - hi Neenab, Wisconsin, a minister and and to avoid all that could wound or trouble him! Yet, let the familiar rord. which are alive with business jusi. the editor or a local paper. house door shut us in, and how many now. Tlie latter especially Is receiving e of us take the same pains? Here Too Jfurh Preaeala. valuable improvement. .Messrs. uev. throw off restraint, we air our worst aud F. M. Iloover are constructing a There Is too much preaching, and not side, that has been sedulously litddcu, neat dwelling at that place which they our will occupy as soon as their corn and enough good preaching. There is too and allowfull better qualities, thathare in flouring mill is completed, which we much of "hell anil its furies," and not been many exercise, to fall asleep. make the and its of of us apprehend win be ut no instani miure. enoughis too heaven an effort toglories. How aud the bestanxiously of ourselves to our mnKe most much oi Success to Hoover & Co., us their mill, there when put in opcrution, will lie a great Christians from fear of the devil, aud own family? How many of us regard not advantage to the citizens of this section not enough from love of the Jxrd. the home as the arena tor There is too much preaching and not getting pleasure, for itprvauBag, Bet abof country. euough practice of that religion taught sorbing comfort 1 It b the staple A calico purty at I'leasant luuge, tuuVKajae by the too niucn burg for that article, lust week. sanity savior. There is Christians, working or a natural aau saaM surein the profession of law; that which we sow we Silas Shown lost a few pieces ot.meat, enough in their practice. There ly reap. If we cultivate home Mead hungry chap Is an and not many by a unnsttaus wno no awase ships with the same assiduity that we Indication that some are preparing for are too bemoaning yield us nights their Pukkilis G.vi'PiUJi. und thinking up schemes uuwortuiuess give to those outside, they holldtys. by means of even richer ami Mirer returns, mere which they can defraud their rellow is no friendship so pure and beautiful in men. There are too many Christians its nature, so rich and full in its power L0KO.1H LOVER. who iro through rain and storm to be of blessing, or so singularly rare m its HUtwrjr nf lliefonr that I'liatriiiesl all seen at church and who will go around occurrence, as that between parents aud sons and daughters. a whole block to avoid the man to their grown-u- p Heart. Nome Twenty Tear Abo. whom they owe a dollar. There is not Where the parental and lUial mstlncts year 1858 there appeared in too much preaching. There is not are supplemented by that aad more About the the musical circles of the West a song euough. But there is a lack in that spiritual affection that binds togetbar which, for twelve years, had a mu rare earnestness that carries conviction. miuds in intellectual communiou and ly attained by popular melodies. The There Is too much of an effort to serve souls in heartfelt sympathy, few deeper music had a peculiar charm, the won Is (Jod in a manucr acceptable to man or more delightful friendships can bo were singularly touching, ami their to do those tilings that are considered imagined. Ine guardian aau dependlength, extending to cigni long verses, popular In the sight of man. That is ent Er&daallr lose themselves in the suggested to the reader u story hack of what ails the preaching and the cause dear companion and true fneud of lat them. In fact, the extreme pathos of of reliuion. Any minister who will ter lite; ami youtn becomes wiser aau the wortls contributed as much, per- stop to reflect, andis honest enough to age brighter, anu uotn noowr anu haps, us the music to give the composi- acknowledge it, must see and appreciate happier, in una loving anu anaang- uuf tion its wonderfuj success. It was sung this truth, but there is not a dozen In luu. If. however, we would enjoy any everywhere, In parlors, In eoucerts, on all Christendom with boldness enough of the previous friendships of home, wv the street and in the camps of the con- to make the departure necessary to cor must preserve the delicacy anu irvsn-ne-ss tending artnies. In theorthcruamiy rect the evils that exist. .fbrt Jl'ortA of each family relatiou : we must it was Immensely popular, and it found Democrat. cultivate those qualities which endear Its way South through Louisville and us to one another; we must nave nuut rleaUlil lu the 1'aaalljr. Cincinnati, and during the rcliellluu it In the power of Ion--, and regard its ob piece sung In theConfed-- j was tho ouly ligation as our highest privileges. erute aim p. Everywhere was "Lore-na- ." It is undoubtedly true that, although A glass of whisky sella for a dime. A steamer on the Ohio was many things that render life precious named Loreua, engines ou Western to us are found lu the famil),friendship, and fa drank in a minute. It ttfea the roads were called Lorena, aud a person as we commonly understand it, is not brain and deranges aad weakens tne now someMmes meets In society young ofteu among them. There are strong physical system. On the same taaie ladies named Loreua, called that by ties of mutual interest and afl'ectiou, lies a newspaper. It fa covered with mothers twenty years ago. That the based partly upon natural and instinct- nalfa million type; it brings InteWiynee ive feelings, partly on the habit of close from the four quarters of Uie globe. soug had a story nearly every ono with it supposed correctly, and it and constant intercourse, aud partly ou The newspaper costs half the gal sal of may not be uninteresting at this late the duties, responsibilities and depen- grog; but it is none the less true; that day to admirers of thu famous melody dencies which these relations involve. there fa a large number of peopl who But when we look for friemlsUipelther thluR whisky cheap newspapers aear. to give the facts in the love affair. They burn wlthlu my memory yet. They touch aome tender eonU. Lorena. Which thrill aud tremltle with regret. There Is a future. Oil! thank find. Of life this t mi ainall a part. TU dut to lul beneath the aoi. Hut there, up There, lit heart to heart. Yea, these were wimlsof thine, Lurena, e io-noton- y. ul dfc-plea-se w lu its poetry and romance, its thratahg intercourse, or its sympathy of ptHfie and endeavor, it Is usually otstatdtf jet within the circles or near luadrcd. ur Many reason may be allesed for UHh. the most cogent of which fa profe)Jly air innt -filvlsy --J ttsHthorgaaW, first pastorate in Zanesvllle, Ohio. lib members of one laxeMy aw apt beleauingparlsbloner was a wealthy man- come monotonous aad unlnterestlatf to ufacturer, whoso residence was upon one another. Having had suck atea-daone of tlie many hllLs which surround fancy Uaey laave opportunity, that smoky town. The house was , entirely fathomed they other aad that each about half a mile out, anil the eminence there Is nothing more to find oat. Thea upon which It was seated was the one fa no longer the attractioaof eurlositjf referred to in the song: or the stimulus of variety. They anr ' not vividly impressed nor do they Seel Tvra. flowery Hay, up tlie hilly alope we climbed. Yhen able to impress in their turn, so tsere in waicu Kiieuyingoi in. uay, comes to be a sameness aad Insipidity Anil heur the diatant church bell, chimed. There lived in this family a younger about home life which fa sapposea to be sister of his wife, who was the leading inherent in it. The feeUag of uackaft singer in the choir. She was nineteen ness of effort dea (tans eHbrtaad a lukeaH. years of age, small of statue, had blue warm spirit of calm good-w- eyes and light brown hair, and was as that is even aimed at. That be fair us a lily. She was not only a sweet case in numerous families a. singer, but she was us full of poetry and proved by the change which the experomance as her pastor, and they soon rience on the arrival ofaay valued became very much attached. Their guest- - Ser life aad energy seeato loving did not, however, "prosper well" enter with him and pervade the hitherfor the family were proud and aristo- to listless household; each oae feels a cratic, and "had higher notions of the new pleasure and an uawoated dcJyu girl's future than to sanction her mar- to please, which are equally exhilarariage with a poor preacher." As she ting, but. after bfa departure, they sink back Into the old apatleflc was dependent upon them for a home, she was forced to yiejd to their cou- routine. Of course the eager aeart of nselMr. Webster says he now thinks youth especially cannot oe satis sled it wise counsel and they were obliged with this; It must put out Its teadrHa to give each other up. It was, howev- and cling to something; it craves anier, the strong will and the proud spirit mated intercourse, warm sympathy, of the sister, more than the opposition earnest purpose, strong eatolieas, and of her brother-in-lathat separated finds them in oulslde friendship.. Now, while such attachments areot them, or rather kept Lorena from him. Lorena seems to have been passive, in- to be indsscrimiaately discouraged, decisive in character, antl submissive in bringing thek special advantages aad d the hands of a sister. Mr. pleasures, it is to be sincerely deplored Webster saw her for the last time at that friendships imide the home are-sexceedingly, rare, aad that the young her home, learned of are so generally growing up lu tho idea THK hLSTEK'S IWCONUCEKAHLK that they are impossible. There are, of course, many honorable exceptions to Heard his fate, and took a quiet but this, where not only husband and painful farewell, very little being said. been and devoted friends, That night she wrote him a letter, lu but also parents and, children, brothers rewhich she used the words, so well and sisters. Yet the careful preserva-o-f membered by those familiar with song, these instances, and the extreme rewas spect accorded them; proves their comwe try we may forget." It "If eight yeurs after that he wrote : parative rarity. Probably each of us Kor "If we try, we may forjeet," can recall a few such cases,whk-- stand Were wolds i)t thine long yearn ago. out in bold relief against the BauUkudta I- y nt thrfiie j , strong-wille- OPlt-SITIO.- Wrri-ha- life-lon- g h gt9. us light-lingere- d, - I THE HERALD. i .THE BANNER STILL WAVES ,. J UPON THE OUTER WILLS! : - ADSEBDAY.DBGlO.ip. . , - . 111. I mill, to ..llt...li.t..r tli.. ...... T!r .....t V "iiu children'lit. In a form,,, ofUieiiii.nuoiiuir i Avas J Inferred .'.. o ill me eves . iu HU- even IJclrtR knew it bettor. iCil ClirtMllKls of tile lintnt nf ' tl. Simall ,v.vil!.w of Ili.. nis-- is tlie olivine mill !,1li.Il..n.tl...r ..r . Hie " ' time Is Hardly a sim.Um-o- f its former ; : .mors i,V xv m ork, xxn liellevue Hospital, .Uml.tlcs its patients Th tluialnV "'vaiicc fir more .rational nl ;lv- hruclontheUl.inst. "ill re n tlu; .. 1.1 wan . children -- were Imrned to death, H. iintiitNii of a eciiniiiexvincori.oi.ulai-si.irit- - i a .... in.ir tint l ",l !IRi" enters a xvholcsule drug store (.earing a ............. 11 into II- . .. ... U'llf In SLintli litntr ti u lw llir iir. KirimimNK.'f.llt - til 111 iirm.i IMVl IWtlltllls 'i'Mm. n , , f v when tht mwer iIu(s "v; il rJ ' ,; "v s 'Xin 7, 4 ln """r' r" ! nous kittles iininiiient, as the eon- - I10ss a.iUiiigiiriiieHiire1c-u-iitrutiut- iii the( n IiMlIyiilloii oieaginoiisiK- -s that givw to ii.iitatoiul.wnny. Urn KUIh.mu of that "'IV'11, ., ..r.." ......... ..r -l . . thesiilphiiric Uisket. Tlie oilof full of thpvity. v'l he saloons awl elieap v,.,,. .ir., athig'bouA's may ImU for:i'ntt.li,. t liijuid Miis4ins arc always and hody kept in" store. The mixer l.uys thee They are staples arritsl the fmin Tin: Democrats hax-flec- of thtnri., t State of IiuWlaiia ii. their pla.-e.e I ....I.ill.. ..viumliw II will U full of everx-Ui.lv-, 1 Tin: nrant slam- eomes oil t.wlay at - .li... .1... ft, ....IT... r iHK-ke- r ,,.,. - ..frv,.!,..;.,,. iir,........vt ... . aii.la iM.un.lof whitevitn.il anl a snwt, vot l .. I..' Is assileutlv in the U.ttoiuofthe ...-.t.- iwut They uion (.rant t'oiuiiig to Hartford. the nMsitioii for a new Constitution, through just mid carried the inea-in- v Arraiigenieut.s are liemg made hy xvhat Ki'iitucky should have done. some of our citizens to invite (.'rant to CLSTOMKICS TO HAVE THE BENEFIT OF style, prmoly rllhis-- 4 Ilic most III.Ml. visit our town. We presume that-thimill!; irai.si xviini'pi.'Uiuii.'UMRivuiKS.r.'pres. As Congifss is now in session, let all xvill tin- newest liiv.Mitli.nt 1.111I tin- - must rns?nt , U hailed xvith delight l.y Moni.l-.VA.lvaiH-oMo., Nox. 15th, 187!. In tin Arts and S.'li xvho hax-- poxver In prayer ue It to save in this and adjoining counties. Woodxx-an- l Benjamin C. dietl of pneu- new ami Interesting fncts In AKrleiilturc. .the country the expense and shame Ilortlcnltiire. the Hume, Me.ll.it xvill m a great expense incurred, monia, iu the Uitb year of his age. He l'nn:r.is, S.stal Natun.l llltnrv, usually nttondunt u,Kin the iiicvting of There J , xxas the oldest child of James 11. and (.'.'oli.iry, Astn.uoiiiy. The mint viluabtt ' irii'll.nl .i'Hrs. should D.'ino-,- ; , . . ..f1 , that Kliy.at.cth Woodwanl. When death IfiKirtnu'iitxor l.y emluei.t writers In all Bought Before, the firettt Advance. enters the family circle there is no Self iitltlc Amerl.-u-Soleuee, will lie found In the Vratspray for the Ixml to stop i. f ii jtitirotri llit.h.tii'.j f .1 IVfl U'ill ...1111111..111 fill riiik UHril. til Ilvr,.f.l Terms, Stai ikt year, S1.W) half yenr, whlii. defense. iiumiiiH.il uieirpissiiig nirminw umu , lueliiiles t Oration orastudei.fshravcry.who.whiK jl( ,IallfoI1, uM During most of ills sickness reason copies, ten . eiits. IHHisiimt to Aaeiitn. Single No Marking Up Until the S..1.I l.v nil Stock is Exhausted nflertho 1'resideiitial election. reading Aristotle in one of the xvalks of ..... . xvas dethroned. The day liefore be Henilt l.- - postal order to 511'X.NNewsilenlers. A CO him. The tslitor .e ..... Turk U..w, New York. died he talked rationally toliis xvife Shanks and lu T. t.x, tlie eclehrated whil.,, ,,t. ,,v R,lm;.ll;; t10 (;rw.1; (nvut Oner, and Oct Your Jlaot iunl SJioe tltcop, In rI11? VT'CJ xvithonneetlone his burial and future state. He T A .XJlli. jMixt 1.1.NU UHU..X ioc 1101 xxaiu ic .K(ot of n0,jm. i,ave L the svien-llll.suggested ;,s volume down the animal's throat. It XO. licgged his family not to griexe for liliu, American, ilessrs. Mimn ,t Co. lire Is still ol.servc,! anmng the Christmas n T""V!U 1111.I Koreluu Auierl.-.ii T aomimlttoof who xvill Ik.' ex- -' but to prepare to meet him in heavPatents have One.Montli and .the Tanners and Shoe Factors wuu nason, .kii, 1.. a in .now festivities at Oxford, when the dish en. He sent a message to Ids mother llaili'.y.i.rs experlei.ee, the. I wdrld. hax-- the Inr.'cst esUilillxhtiiont In Patents Oh do, now. Kiit we'll tell you the brought ill bv one of the siu.lcuts xx ho , in Kentucky that her prayers to Powder. are olitalni-.l-.othe Im "t.tfrlin. tURpe-la- t ., i, half-Iati- li rrtison; xvcIoirt want you here. -- Me- .u x ine.x xiiieauii cscon uieiu 10 iowii, dittv notliulsmaile In the Selentltle American r her Uiy xvas not afraid to die. nil Ucorgo I. while xxedduig, (oun patenhsl Ihn.uuli this Auencv, lingtlteen iHtitncnit. "Clint niirl .l.'f.To To the friends of thedeparted xvould with the name ami riwlileneeof . H.slil.'iislati.li-s.l)i.iliii.I'atenteV-- . Of mursv you don't. WTe never moral guardian, I A. l'orter Hudson say, though you feel sorely the separa- lly tlie Immense otrriiliitliin t,lwthe Tl. Imihi's ...:i.I In liaiullr Kv,ii, Vim Is the xyord! Cash is the Countersign! awl tho place o buy Cheap attention tion, yet it may lc but fora short time. new patent, lsillreel.il to the im rits of the .kn'exv a man e;inght in his ludnev, that and our 1'oIIlv Judge, xvill meet them With srl mils cay iiml i.is.iii:iry, ami I I' ray yuii nil synuo lin illy, v Tears and sorrowing can never bring easily ellVct.Ml. sales or Introduction onen Dry Goods, Clothing, Koots, Shoes ,,,,,1 ru,H u Keax-e- r 10 U.ceii l.y his old friends. cilinl at D.im to accompany them in ijid clls In eoiivlvlo." him hack. God called him away, and Any M'rs..u In. has m nle new IImhvc-- v on foot. As it xvould be ery dilllcult nseettatn. free of rharue, He doetli all tliimts xvell. "He is not nrluventli.il, , prolultly olitalniii; ?rXFl"I. accident otvurrcd here to ouuiiu tin. money In advance, we dead, hut sleccth." "Awl God shall whether... potent i'i:its.Ai liy.writlux.tu Muxx Atl'i.. .WeidstKHnil FAN('Y0ODS5A'TAVAY8 A SPECIALTY. " ay evening. 1 ne iiuie ny- c- . ....... ,Mll..i ...1 .,1 , ,.xi ,lbii the xvipe axvay all tears from their eyes, and our Hand Honk iiIm.iiI the Patent l.iws. l'al- - ScLADIH ias.)ii. ycain.il tiaugiiier 01 .xir. xx . 11. jsiiuui , there shall lie 110 more dcath,iicithcr enls, CiiveaU.Tra.le-.XIarktheir tswt. and Hon. II. D. .Mcllcnry left on Sunday i 11 private ro.un. And this whilenlavinc about a Ian lmll-.- l. sorroxv nor crying," neither shall there how imsau.sl with hints for. procuring ' belonging oiiinventlnus. 'Adilnsfi. forlhel'uiHT to tlie family, hi some man-- : imrjKjse xve have eng.igel the room ox er lo attend court at Litehlleld. lie any more pain, for the former things or .s.ueernliiK Patents, . 1 per niivused the unite xx men sprang the st.Hv-houAIUXS &ru.:s: Park ltow. New ' V..rlr. I AMr Chape.e is visiting louis- now Keupksl bv Miss tire passed axvay." Ilraiieli Ollloe,c.ir. V A7lli JJt., Waslilnxlon, , uixmber.twirhig her i.oso almost from 0r!m & u , ; ville. wm Tim" I..V..I Is ..liMfollv i wiiU for adults and half that sum for 'l...r i7.fi All Iiiiurlniit Oeolo.ei.l I'arl. Our enterprising merchant, S. W, Hwollen, the eyes elostsl,' and the ques eliildren under ten years old.- All baAnderson, xvent to Cincinnati last xvis-s Geology hasslioxvu us that nature acis a bies in their mother's arms, and all tion or uie iutisuiierer-- neox-ercomplishes her greatest revolutions iu ' on business. ery 'doubtful ine.- i ' .12 Ci COURIER- ' ' YiV in culled x'otvrs to lw admittisl free of K. T. Williams, has gone to Fuis- tlie earth's surface conformation kIowIij. ilic lnUinnrnccrl' .. '' ' Kvery year the rix-e-r makes its channel Iclwrge. As our nicreliaiiLs expwt a , r giKKls. vllle to Kepr.-se.ilaldceter,tlio' glacier xvears adceer gorge r XeMTHpNiirr ...n'mc. Y)Xlt Sunday-the (.'iiieiiinati imlice j grc-i-t Jam in toxvn 011 that day, they Hit' 1W1 buy the Kind. He xvill purehasi' Good ' Hon III. xInJ the pijie In the Alpine rock, and the ocean tide for ntidinl tie plae?s or amusement iunl hdxv brought on a nexv and complete deposits tlie. sand it has crumbled from uorn nut Ihawhiilow. The lienches hax-A .'ooil 1'i.prr lor nil Seellol.a. to Ijouisville on Mr. J. C. arn'-.te- il tijKiii which it breaks. We some Ilrty or more. It U s.iid ti.-- of Christmas g..).ls; m that all kicks to them, but are too high- for the the rocksearthquake and tlie devasta1 k k k i.y; p u r kk-j- o ik ?. a f. note the 1 that thealtelldaueeat theaters and such xvho have to wait their turn to see Monday to see f.'r.mt. x. ... im. sent one year, psiiu;. ins-- , ror TXVO small scholars ; live recitations ier day. ting hurricane; but these changes are rant, may buy xvhat they want white Hex-- . .. places, bits rowu.to Ut greater than the which J. 1. Kllis and his daughter, The Trutee has to school only so gradual man seldom observes them HOI.I, Alls,premium l.mo.ii.t will . politl-liiIn tho 1iis'or.a IkmiK' H'ley xvait. This scheme has no 'nlteinlitneentnlltlieehurehi'si-onibinwlMiss Nannie, of Wh!tesville,spcnt Sun- oiici' ..r Hii.te, in'two'months.siuiv tliesclKMil has until the channel iisenn.i inMUiy, or a mountain has disappear- un in.i jr..... ..r pnui.si i.sis, .x Sunday the stnvts xvereeroxvd.sl cid siguiileation. It is not designe.1 to day In Hart foul. Mr. Hllis preached Uvu in session, has furnished no fuel ; sample copy XVVvkly 'vvitli a nir.tli'ss throng, xviio secinwl to f ni'l lhixrant Uioin fra tliinl term. Jt both morning and evening to huge, au- xvages for the teacher, cllk) and Ixianl, ed U'fore the ic.v stream, or the ocean mid circular of Ihei emitninliii; the lull lit of pre- us a Florida. Thus it is iu lias glx-cf.i, ..i...ei.t...I.. is deslgmsl puivly to U'liellt the busl- - diences. .i.i.is w .1. .lt.ukssxvhat UMioxviaitheniselvts.. ness men of town, by bringing in a The lor tlie session, mis is a very prosper- disease. Our attention is attracted by (made Iu lsiMk of. three, old Is .1 inml. m. 1. 1.. . the acute Iulsvlllo posts, us fevers, cholera, etc., auil the whisky sabvins xvero erox-deHon. S;im K. Hill xvent to Litchfield ous school. The teacher Is doing her xvhile diseases, diseases (often the most vlx: tlio "Jmiriu.l, esti.lllsh.UlD jsai; tlio. chronic ouner, 111 isn; ami 1111. iiemiM-nit- , It swins to U a diftlcult problem, ;is the great throng of people who are wanting yestenlay on legal business. Iu lsll. clas-scd-, whole duty, has them xvell aud dangerous in result), icing slow in their IU reputation national, as well as Us saloons cannot fail to bo more demoral- - Christmas goxls. and It Is pronounced one of the .idlest development, are seldom noticed mid best arruuuisl good discipline prevails. We aim to hax-- a full supjily of A Jones xvent to Litchfield yestenlay lumen In tho world: lis iing tbau thctheatros. iulnpte.1 to the jler- matter No. N Samuel 11. Tanner, Chair- until they hax-- made an almost portraits of the editor of the AWex to attend tpiarteriy court c impression 11)1011 the system. i.ie rarmeraii.i ine family circle. man, Joseph Bellamy, teacher; 'M pu Persons lieliox-inChot) from standard IskiUs or the II u s, themselves compara-tix-el- y As attempt xxiis made on the night for Kile. We xvill hax-- him taken in a J. Edwin Koxvcand xvife, IX. 1. Uowo of the lea.lli.K magain spelling, six healthful are oftentimes the vic nnil choice selection iH'rl.nlleals or the day zines or lllustnittst of the second to xxTeekapjissongertralii group, profile and displayed to the best and xvife, wits tho xvay it read at Mr. pils present ; six cliis.-'iiu reading, one m liistory, one in gram tims of these diseases, aud onlv become ...... .siii-1- in ....... 1. iiiniii. wiiu ine x is?Kiy EliraU-th-toxvu- . 011 the L. & N. railroad near advantage. We heartily nconiniend John Jtoxx-c'last Sunday. 'Hie tlrst mar; three In prhv ?I arithmetic, but none of aware of their prepuce when relief Is fiends bad that all Kcpubliegns buy a copy. Diseases of tlie almost iiuiKMsible. visit of J. K. Koxx-- and xvife at jxrji's ronialn.leror lieu una tlm.iuh the scholars xvrite on paper; eight reci- liver ami siomucii are ine comiuoiiesi is., ine wmy pl.iee.1 a lot oteross ties hi a xvllli prolimmc. A iileastmt family reunion xvas mliiius. will Ik- - sent to cluhs or tiv.. r ..... ,.ir.. 11,,.... it- - i:. tations per day. This school docs not of i..w,. 011 tlie road In such a way its to throw )' each. ..ml for every tin . of Christmas Observances. held. . ( .olden Medical Discovery and Pleasant ' IH'twHiKiit i pmscrou.s. Tlie appear to 1kj the tint, raiser will t. entltlwl to a cui.y l. pie train from .the track. Tlie engi .. 1...M.... .... 1.vll..,.. ...... ........ c. u x Mrs. Tiiier, xvife of N. K. Tiier, living teacher apiK-arlxill iiiiinu diseases,i.e ihey produce . .is...... . iiunns. iht ,i.r u year. Mr.iaue to be doing his duty; cilios for i L.iets We give space this xveek to a lengthy year, neersaw the olwtniction and rexcrsMi ci these at Courier-Journdied has tlie pupils properly classed, but Muldenlierg u year, The ara healthful secretion of the jile, pruvuut free. Sunilay 'th'e engine, imt on the broaks and leaiKtl article on. Xmas olisorx-anceIMistuse free, last Satunlay. Mrs. Piper xvas a young from some cause the school is not at- iudigestiuii by regulating tlie bowels. X.i lruVulIlin uuen'U. ure .'ii.ployeiTD'iy lliu rfiere.xvllL'be; on exlnuitiow dufing the Fall and Winter Months a full line of ticle is xvell written and contains much from the train. Tlie engine, baggage and l.ut.. lady, but rwciitly married. tended as It should lie. Box house, and inijKirt a vigorous tone to (lie xvholu coininlsslou or handsome premiums will Is) llllorillallon, al.ll lis llll llllllllS ..v..r.. nh. mm. (I.n.u-- fr..... l... r,...L- system. nlvrn to ihthoiii known to the community Uncle Dan Wise left for Oxvenslioro very open, txx-- xvindoxx-- iu each side, they l In who xvill net s and ran some aWyanlson the ground :are l,ow MM w,tM 11,0 "'ticil:iti-.- l nsents. iu the lloor loose, ceiling loose, xvood stove. Any one Who ilcullf-toilIn niid to Hviti.-s- , we p.estiine many xvill I k.' glad last Sunday to take a Misitiou over. Strange to mr no v exteinlins the circulation or pner that TKituinr.r. iii:m. mills of L. W. Owen. Uncle Daniel is Benches have kicks to them, but they ..nt l.lil lu Imi.tlfH.il fa. nnv i.,i,iinni,ll,rl. "? isvrioasly hurt but all ,i,:lluis toget such inforinatioii. one was Olf tlie fery Irest pialit3. which It mux-a jolly, good uaturcd man, aud a Uss are too high for school children ; ue Three .lieu Ilurle I In iiltoai.lily ol Corn npiltnitiuii.la Ih encniiti' riaul, will, upon-j t supplied with 1111 agent! nutwere well cansl. Men xvho xvould do j The Saturnalia xvere observed in eoni-sue- h nml Siiiruenle.l. miller. He has held a high position Wclister's spellers, Goodrich's readers tit free of eharsc. a thing slKmhblKvhung to the tlrst nieinoratioii of t he iieaeeful and happy K"or copies, eireiilars, tie., address Ready-mad- e , exliibit-e- d . .1 ' pcril In xvhlch Saturn nourished, xvhieh here in that department for many years. and liistory, Butler's grammar, Bay's Dec. 5. VN.1IAI.TKMAN, hax-eelebnited as the Uoldeu Success to him. the arithmetic; xvages, the public fund. A terrible accident took place iu the L'nslilent Courler-JouruCo. Unix-crsa- l joy and harinouv pVe- Age. No 24 Ellas Lyon, Chairman, Miss grain aud flour mill of Kills Packard, at Ky, A JHI.I. has iKH.il hitrodueed into (Ion- - vailed during the time of tlie ivlebra- M Dr. J. P. Cox, of Newville, xxas hi in xvhich C. A. Nourse, llowley, teacher; 21 pupils Brock, gn-s.l projKisuig to jiay all soldiers and turn. -- o serious l.usiuess xxiis town last Monday, and called to bee us Nannie Lynch awl Dennis Beardon lost present; four classes iu spelling, live iu Dennislix-eMllorsx-h6?t- ' FARMERS' ATTENTION! in the late war, thu" niittisl; tliu 'hools xvere closwl; xvar " the valut-- . of -gold ceased; and idl kinds ofamusements and xvhile here. The Doctor reiKirLs the reading, txvo in liistory, txvo in gram- theirbeen at by sufl'ocution. Tlie men ihad work on tho second lloor of 'ditri'iYiice - health of his community extremely imiulgeneo prevailed. License xvas unT mar, one iu geography, four, in arithme- the building shoxeliug corn for two or Cnlr so. instead of Toll and curn-ncx- bounded. The lowest slaves had a teni at the time of i tic, one in Algebra, one in rhetoric and three days, and at tlie time of the acciwith Cjxer cent. jK-- r annum, slnws the lorary eiuahty xvith their masters, xvlio Dr. J., W. Church, Deputy llevenue ,j AT TUB dent had transferred about ,5,000 bushels Lec..r l"tiently Uire every freedom of remark Collector, and Judge S. P. Ive, of composition; use Webiter'd spellers, from the elevator to tho lloor, xvheru it Recti.... discharLf from sprx-Ic- ' ZX tlll'ir menials, and even submitted I Goodrich's readers and history, Butler's lay in bulk. Suddenly and xvithout tlie HARTFORD WATER HILL .the bill provide that isufK),(H)0,t)0O Iks lo the keenest sarcasms. One .lay only f IrecnxMlle, xrereln toxvn S.itunlay night grammar, Mitchell's geography, I Cay's slightest winning, the timbers and lloor issued by the Government to meet ex- - xvas at tlrst devoted to the celebration and Sunday, the guests of the Hartford precipitaarithmetic and algebra ; four recitations gax-- xvay, and the men Q11 and after the Hjth day of Noyem-ber.-18T- 9. tsthig claims, and also those to be made "f thc' fu;liva!.', VUt tlie cellar and House. txvo until further notice. xeAvlll per day attendance regular; Wages, ted about txventy feet in thousand bushdays of xvith ...Li 1.1,1 ..... "xx iVfi hurried deeply by thixti .1... tlu A. m. wInliforsOib-7i.......v., i...j..M)rt aim lestivux. j ...w toll Instead of Capt. Sam IC Cox and, xvife, Mrs. J. Sl' per mouth. Tho house is go.nl mid els of corn, which fell xvith them. In a grind i;.., 1. Tr.wC inoverofUiubill, claims that as tlie The out croppiiiKs of the freedom and W. Fonl and Miss Annie; 1. v iii;rii..i nine ousueis well arranged, rellecting credit on the few minutes the. building xvas surrounded ltowan, left and take the tenth, instead of P. M. '('ovwnriientwws obligated to lay all license of the Saturnalia are visible iu Trustees and patrons. This school is by hundreds of people. A force xxas grinding seven, btishcLs and tak"lief debh ofhe late xvar in gold that many forms of Christian observances. yestenlay for Imisville.. immediately a t to xvork to shovel the ing the. eighty forHidllth'ustfyou save Italy at the present day.mastcrs and very prosperous. The teacher has had men out, though there xvas not the f tin; juen xvho imperilled In Ilex-. J. C. Crabtroe and wife passed meet at a common Christinas on every l yearn experience :w a teacher; slightest possibility of tiudlngthem alive bushel by carrying your grain to tlie their lives to put doxxn the rebellion, table, and are seated together. And through tbxvn last their xvuy has her school well 'classed and under xvhile another gang commenced to re- Water Mill. 1X not Ik? afraid of a among the English aristocracy, at tho (o McLean county, to visit friends. nn ifTvaHil a those of U.iid holders. I. '' move tlie timbers awl debris. The i iu- '1 . AVe can grind 15 ... - i t time rusiieoting which Scott sang of Ihu Jiro. Cmbtn-- gave the Hi:itAl.D a pleas fine 'discipline, 'awl is advancing them worked xvith a xvill aud soon .found men eroxx-d- . an the hour, cijual to SIM bushels in bushels and Christinas-tidthe "huge haU table." a day rapidly. body of Nourse, the Uxlies of Lynch night, '"War Iu Africa. ant enll. awl xve never hax-- this much on "Uore tlivlu oil lis surface liroatl No. 7U This'school beiugi 'discox-erenot iu ses and JCeanlou a .' murk to lu.rt the Hjulro iunl lnnl." single grind. ' Mr. lieu Field, Of South Carrollton, sion. Charles Whitelex'Cluirmaii. A war Is few minutes later. All xvere taken in any Mill day to SPECIAL OFFER.' To any txvo. rival l "JpT A tTio CompfllorTfrii awl Is iu line reiair, and xve are Our The Feasts of Foals and Asses in tack charge by the medical examiner to ana bi nharlhM iow, ,ana Clileh in Nejx-- . CalaUm West Africa. I'm nee and England were more of those xva iu toxvn Friday night, the guest Mr. (,'ooHi- - iiS nwi' to grind Jby water mr. stesini. rTTnd.u$l.75, w will MiMl but has been tixvuit tho inquest. The building rTYOUTH'SN suMrlMlon trwvjljaj.data. loxx It Is Kiid'tbat thd prisoners nro all "Deccmlier .liberties'' bom of the same of his brother, Mr. Henry Field. sickjfor some time, aiid..snnt'.ndcrcd the txveiity-ll- x e years old and tho timbers So doinot'U'SafraidofrhieUTor water, biit coioe,vth tlio'. fi.ssur.fnce of stock.. In those grotcauue Saturnalia killed nn.I'jviteii. Mr. J. F. Yager and daughter, of school, and up to the time of iby visita- xvere probably xveakcneil by decay. every tiling serious xvas burlestpnnl; ingetting your grinding done 011 time to XI this place, left yesterday for Oweits-Ixir- tion ha'd 'Hot procured 'the services of I' return home the same day. We have feriors iRTsonilleil their sujicnors, and Wrln (,'ulm. I.ooU ! 1.....U t. secured the serx-ieesxtlate juen lecaiue frolicsome. to visit relatives. of a tlrst class milanother teacher. I beard the In a moditled degree the idea has comedown A WEEKLY PAPER FOR taugbtby Mr. Cooper, highly sisiken of I mm- - say til niy creditors thiif I hax-- ler for grinding corn, and hax-- ample The liisurgunLs hi (Juba seem to lie 011 through Prot-stan- t Vol. S3. MisS Luc!cHleroiiynius,of Louisville, room for all that may come toseo as. England and Puriin tlie; ucighborlitxMl,. and many re given all the time ixvinniQg grounds. We xvill nav SLOT) nor lin.li'ulifui: X.. . ImsraaOAal The President's tanical Scotland to modem da vs. xvho has licen conducting a danchig-Hcholean give for them grets ex pressed that the wm m m was u l mm mm lfxvlAiaiHLIcattsanllriglto; grade. 'a m f.ins-- s hax'e 'made wx-erThe most of oucmndcrn Christmas uusuceciMful to come and settle their notes aud ac- .Mri) here lor several xxveks, returned liack to the AD: White,' thd and. uot.ahlc b teach the school (jul. ;florfs to dislodge tho n'Ujls. Tt Is counts xvith me. I have noxv legally old worship of Odin. Tlie names hax-- home last .Sunday evening. She will No. 42 At Brookls Mill- -, on Panther rjtaicd that Guellcrmo lias as simply beep clianged, anil the custom return to Hartford about the 1st of Jansxvorn hi as a Deputy Shcrifl' f our wheat, l'atroimc MiHHtt-il- . Haynes, Chairman, Miss bis army has left him, has rcccixed the right of Christian uary and resume her school. L. M. Slateler, xvho xvill settle up my SaphniiiTa Patei teacher; 2!) sludeiits xvith his gills Tlie Christ-chil- d Mr. T. Lurkiu Griilhi and xvife, Mrs. present; found them xxell cIuksciI, as business, uud all xvho xvisli to sax-- cost OlildClrciill .c and marked attendants, is a product of Poor Cair. t'onrt.XovemberTcriu tS7 It alms to be a faTorite In every family looked for eagerly by the young folks, and tho German autluuity. Mistletoe, aud Go. A. Plait, Miss Kiltie Hanlxvick, follows: three classes in sielling, four xvill please come, and settle xvith him at read with interest by the older, Its purpose is to interest jhilei; amuses; tq be judicious, once. By so'doing you xvill enable me holly, Yule log and Yule caudle are ,MKs 'Lizzie Walker, Mr. K. P. Thomas, Margaret. M. Anneiiiit- - andHeiiry made to Aribtlil'r'fltU'nii'.f'has practical, sensible, and to have really permanent xrortb. while jt attracts for the hour. classed iu the same category. Decking Mr. E. T. Williams, Mr. AVai- J'liipps in reading, one. in history, one it. gram- to sell you goods as cheap as any other F. Annewlt, on artists, and 'has handsomely iietitiou. Notice is the It is attractive illustrated by the best Among these are- for" to'ceitribiriari tefce'ol mar, txvo ui geography, three Iu arith- men-hun- t the houses and temples xvith evergreens " writers in the country. most can sell for cash. sjett4 t r5iu' caiinf into' ' iloscow, xvhlch at Yule, tide xvas a Druidical practice. and Mr. J. L. Collins are among those metic; uso Buyer's and Webster's spelhereby given that plaintiffs have tiled Jtmi-- i T. Fields. E. P. Whlpid. Harriet Itwcher Stowe. Bespect fully, Jas. A.Tiiomas. iu the Ohio Circuit Court their jH'tition BbnUxl fiWl the lapgiigu of the Czar, the Holly ami mUtletou xvero the from Hartfonl attending tlie Louisville lers, Goodrich's and McDult'y's readers, 48-tSarah XVInt.r Krllopc. hangings. The mistletoe xvas particuJme Pmrton.I. Bowdltch, uonlMi SI. AUolt for u, decree of said Court to authorize ,$i?w$i.'Uoxy'ji tip IjJ"''! C A. Mepkaru. JJr. Henry Jxiulse Chandler Maulton. Butler'nand Goodrich's history, Butlarly venerated. Its berries of jicarl Grant reception , and cmxxvcr'the Kaidi MargarefM. bad bypii placed under the rail. were symbolical of purity,and xvcrothus .whih of Klizabethtown, ler's. gnV.nniar, Mitchell's geography Mr. Steve liriilxx-ellThe variety and worth of its contents will make it a repository of the choicest Feeble I.111II1S.. to use, enjoy, sell and convey, xvas .destroyed aud 7 associated by them xvith the rites of has leen xvith us during the xveek past, Bay's arithmetic; eight Recitations per Tiitr bagguge literature ; a library of tales, travels, adventure, history arid biography r "a ".Csmpaaion " marriage. Chuplets of the mystic tloxver buying a few more mules. coaelies tlirown from the rail but '' Those languid, tiresome sensations, for her oxvn lienellt, any property she for the school, the study and the fireside. It wUt give day; uttchdaucegood, discipline good ; xvere xvprn about the head, a practice to xxere lot wages, 15 per month; house- good, but causing you to fwI scarcely able to be may own or accpilre free from the Serial Stories, Stories for Girls, Mltertalstat Cuwut'MwAlsA xvhlch the plirasu "whispering ifinler 011 your feet; that constant Prof. Edgertoi) lias had quite a painStwrles, drain that Two Hunctr Stirring Tales of Adventure ' too large, built for a church ; met the is taking from your system nil its elas- - claims or debts of her husband, aud to the mistletoe, and "kissing under the ful face, xvith erysipelas, but is lietter. Valuable Papers en Health, i Telepbonlc. ,Letters of Foreign Travel, mistletoe," are idlustoits. Our pagan ucuy; iinx-jnChairman at the school. me inoin lroiu your make coutnicts', sua awl be sued as a Aneedetes and Ineldents. Brilliant Sketches, Poems, progenitors also kindled bonfires upon iu her Mrs. Eliza l'raey aud continual strain upon ' A, ,, oousoliiktion of all telephonic J. ltyliiw, ' chirks; that renueriug you irritable your single xvoinan aud to trade propertyoxvn Subscription Price, $175. Specimen copies sent free. Please meatleB Iff what paper yoa during this festix'c season, ami the hills name, and disjiose of her by xuai lorees, touiity, School Commissioner., fretful, lain easily le removed bvand xvill aUs- been effect ext; and now all in their homes burned groat logs and u er Hugh Tracy, left for Louisville and Address YOUTH'S: CQXP ASW.1. read this advertisement. the or deed. mammoth caudle, Hence the applica- JefTertonvillc last Monday. Mrs.Tmey 'tfmtreetsare'inarte'xvith the Bell use of ,tiat marvelous remedy, "Hop Atti-s- t A. L. Moirro.v, Clerk O. C. C. Bitters. Irregularities and obstructions Company. It Is claimed that tion of these observances to the Christ- will spend the winter iu Jcirersiinviilo llriiv'rr Haiii I.uchIm.' ' mas tide. l b t)W A of your system are- - relieved at once, with relatives. jheJifllcultJes hitherto experfencixl iu The Christmas tree is also of German xvhile tlio special cause, of periodical Bkaviui Dam, Ky., Dec. 8. s have been over-coii- ie origin. Its pagan prototype the lain ,is iiernianently removed. Will Xole or VlHilntloa. i SI ,"I.H 1 by Prof; licll, aiMl3tJs Jiowclaim-(e- d Ygdrasil, n great tree whose roobj were you hel this? 48 it Tim iici'tlinr'xX'hff4. Iv.iys lu... I.. hidden deep in the ground, but xvhosu SALE of THOROUGHBRED DiSTitttT No. 4S J. H. Naive,Ch'm , groW.for three xveelw, closed that It will not be long before a innn top reached to. Wralhalla, Sunday tho old Gerteacher; 17 pupils pres- xvjiu iiuriy-iiire- e Jn.New York may converse with aiioth-je- r man narailisc, xvhere iU leaves nour- T. J. Grax-es-, o Xotlre. eoiiveris anil ent. Tiey are divided iu classes as aiiUltlons to the church. Sixinlxnidou. Tho value of tlie inven- ished the goat upon whose. milk .fallen and' Do t :.w old Very kindly I ask thofro xvho oxve tno four classes iu HKjlling, four in teen xveru Immersed Vesterdav in tlm tion Is Just beginning to be realized. heroes 'restored themselves. Durlug the Xour Or live htindrwl people; to please call and fettle accounts. If presence of lir tree Tlictock of the Bell Oompany-i- s o be Twelve Nights adecorated to represent reading, two iu arithmetic, aud all the Bey. Kelly Miitldox, no&for olliclatiiig. you cannot y, the Ygdrasil was in honor of pay the money please, give on paper; hear The ministers all labored faithfully, so to SS.OOiJ.OuO. Bcrchta, tho GoddesK of Spring. When larger scholars eaiased Have one of the Largeut, Ikt Assortel and Completcst Stocks of me your uote. I need the money, awl HOGS AND HORSES, So'ypu nee, after all, our Hartford Tcle- - Christianity xvas hitrodueed in Germany six rocjtation per day. This school, also, the members of different' churches, resl.loiii-or Hon. Uuln-r- t Christmas usurped the custom of the though small, appcani prosperous. The and It Is hbped, much good has been ac- have xvaited long and patiently xvith At tlioxvest,of Jjijjniiiitc, Oklli.iiu M:i!lory,fuiir phonc'fJomiwliy Is no shoddy stock. t'o Kyi.i. you, and you ought to appreciate the miles and the tree of Bcrchta house Is log, stove in center. The complished. XVKllNKsjDAY, 1)KC. Kill, ICT. became the Cliristmas tree. So the Jessie Johnson, a box about fifteen accommodation.. I will, fin the nlxiTe ilay, oflTcr for salo at Wnuors are Made. How tree, 'cmb!einatio of. spring benches are itot good and should be re years old, xvas kicked 011 the forehead Very rapect fully, ullle without rex'rvv, 3T head of time, becanioi symbolical of an eternal placed xvith better ones., Tlie teacher liyajuiUe. In the Taylor coal mines 5 tttio tlion.uglilire.1 fcniulo briislln- - cttle, W. II. MtmiiKM " Wlmt W wild over counters at wiring. No longer the symbol of a gt.tH the public money and S), for his last Tuesday. Jess xvill recover, and I comprlitlUKsoiiieor tin. lx.st stniiiisaiid xvell topiHsl. all in kihi.1 unler ami notes! for Ever opened In Hartford, and are selling theinKt;prfcYhJiyreIn6y atirf'cannot Bkavkic Dam, Kv., Nov. 2,"., 187!). x Juestion (seldom asked by heathenish principle, It has been borne j don't think he xvill put a lighted lamp i their vuluablo inllkliiir quiintles-- also 100 4"-!he undersold They ako hae-- large lot of BACON, cheap for cash. ... .. .u.. ,T ...... .j ..qui..; ....11 tthbsejwiio arc iu the habit of drinking wherex'er German civilization has pone-- 1 ""h1 lieml thoroughbred fotuxvol.l exves which uiaivr. Ilainilton, Chairman, trated. Laden with rich varieties of' No..i7-G.- fe. Call aud see them, and xvhile there examine their will Iamb to some of the tliics.tlirtsl huclcs hi - has boueht Dr. w.'J. Bornthroe lots But wajrcsuuie.that juauy golden frait and radiant with light, the and Miss Jennie Park, teacher, lUschul-tre- e regularly. the State, ulso u lu'iul of fluo xvork liorses.aiul , 'immense stock of ' of L P. Barnanl near 'the wliool-hous- o u lot of uoo.1 stiK-- lions. 'Wen take an" octiuionftl 'gloss barf taken root, and. noxv lifts iu nr8 nrestnt; divided into four elassta of iijioli xvhlch' TKJlitS-2iu'""Mv.tlmt Etiunctt.Txigau and npprox-ei- l lo payable in lu day.., xtIUi he will soon erect n ...... ..... .. security, payi.lilo nt r'.iruieis iunl . J'olk Johnsou xvould e'ycr havo liecomo cpntiWdrJng It' is they, Eav branches under cverv skv. flourish- .... OI. ""e ,ss rui dwelling. snows and l"eP,! vc rural nKxstcrs-.- ' Two city .lirtnl "shaxvl Dn.vers Ituik, Imlsvlllu, .drint." yVepiyc Uie.folioxvlng clipping Yns alike amid Norxvcuian the banks o( 11 gra'nimar, txvo in For further tnforiiiatluil nitl'ly to l. II. and txvij Our toxvn' will liuprox-e- . xvliether It " beneath Italian suns, on turnwr ldtwo' on tf... fi.r... ..r rroncli, Lusniusf, Ky-- , or tlm umterslKiieil, '' uch; .. P far the benefit of the Neva and Thaijes; tlie IJudsou utul Jn arithmetic. House is of. logs am suoxx's or not. Journalism. Traiil.furt Vtomait., 2t Whlcli they are selling at exceedingly loxv prices. LagmnKC, Kx iT,()()i). -c c XX ' e s ni-.-- tion, l.y aU.ut lIy. lvsiH-ciall- v censes iiouiieuit; lieuall ies against the of this occasion. Then' is nothing f this ru.le now; a nrolK-- sphil of mini'' V... . ! "n.. V. ' iritiuas the high anil tree throws I i its mellow nuliaiu-uiiiet l.tit :ui cnjoyahle scene. The Yule loj;, the. xv.issail miii, the mile carol have I'.veu the traditional mistletoe xvlileh has so much of romance and no longer ixicsy amid Its mystic leax-cs- , looks down upon coy maidens cMpiet-tishl- y courting the "kisses of their present or lovers. One custom, however, st ill remains, and so long as it does there is not wanting a spicy llavor of the old time fc;ist-iu- g and frolic. The favorite dMi at the ('hri-tiua- .s dinner is soured iKiar's head, decorated xvith and prickly holly, which is serx-eup in great stale. J" former times "the itriiilug in or tin UmrV hrail" was ended xvith the "lost impressive ceren r ox-era ilisii-IH'.irc.!. 1 Si f their own riodnw' l'1" .Mii'.ls "v .T? '"hvi ?f :.t I.... iiiui LJVXiiuiumiiiiiik mi p;i hi miOII lllul Irohl Ohio All In ! not the It may lie ,llrllu.r l.ut of tlio tn,ii, It. flll..B to j his plow. nmves , OI1 or aM ,i(.llIarH , rvIli,. ' ' i,,.ii.' ink.' .ve. Yx'rllliiL-- lms " """" " ' " Taylor .fc Stevens have gone .South jau.ii oikashljiukk, l'ould not l,o "cgleeted. Spring Lick, CSr.iyson comity, Ky. xvith u drove of mules. No. 10!. (i. Wane.. Taylor, (Hair- js.tf yM Tliv, Hrown & .nan, Cicero lleaverin, teacher; -- sl,li,i,.., lust xveek seven or ciuht cars of! students present ; are divided in classes' hoj;s ami cattle to Louisville. Sen III. rl.cr Mlio. ...... j. in ...... - Wl. .......... ..r I ....!....!.. ui iu-nii- : in ynriuiiL', uuy jii ni.- asniunw.'i: i ' The only first ehiss shop exeriu Cal- '"itlUi.Viil1 ,ls. lonnd next door Ij. W. ,,, j,,,,,,,.,,,.. w m.it!ltions 1m,mu ftv laxv illlce. ou can get xvork "'''UP"1 '.' Cll,viV T:,',I,.,r t.ate'.s 1'V, nl'r k.khI, attendance regular. ' . V"1" B umii ml1I. hi .ll.L.H laHltf t" I 4 X&AT 1 Sfc i&Ee?&P ll:.r. wk CJ OA.SH W LI jJLi .iUi.uiiir, t- uijru ' I . 1.1 11 should No. ns coudeniued, Ik'HcIics Uid and Thus S. King, not cnoilu'li of them. U7 .Miss Cynthia llowai.l, seholai-- s present, divided ('haiiinail, teaclur ; 11 in classes as follows: three In spelling, live In iug, one iu liistory, one iu grammar, one in geography and four in Arithme- ...t.-rtitlt- -- " , 'rr'r' . :. i,,, ,.,, CM-or- 1 i -- 1 , se y J'or-kflc- tic; eight recitations per day; 12 scholars xvrite on iaicr; xvagi, public money and Uiard. The house is old, from 3)x:! feet, xvckhI stox-- in center, lK'uches bid and not enough of them. This scIkh.1 Is very prosperous. The teacher hits had several years exiKi ience hi teaching ; has her sc1uk1 xvell classed and under good discipline. No. .V Edmund Massic, Ch:irman, JohiiMiii teacher; 111 pupils present; four classes in siK'lling, four in reading, txvo iu history, txvo in arithmetic, and ioi' of tho pupils write. The feet, roughly house is of logs, lSx-Jr ceiled head, is open, many of the lights are out of the xviniloxvs, and many cracks need closing up; wood stove, hut 110 wood is furnished, only such as the children and teacher pick up; one bench only, lias a kick (o it, are had, and not tlie other enough 'of them. Wages, public money aud Uiard. This school iIik-- not to be, in a very prosperous condition, but from xvhat I saw in theschooi-hoiis- c and heanl In the neighborhood, tlie fault is not the teacher's. No. 45 -- John W. Moscley, Chairman, Miss Susan Croxx, teacher; i'2 scholars present; three classes In siclliiig, live in reading, txvo in geography, three In grammar, four iu arithmetic, one in composition; uso Wclwter's spellers, Goodrich's readers and history, Mitchell's geography and Ha.x"s arithmetic. ox-es ap-H-- ar wiKHl-stove done on Sunday as xvell as any other day in the xveek, at x'ery loxv prices. hiK'd from this place. j ( !ive me u will, I nin here to.stay. Only The Ohio County Atw of la- -t 10 cents a shave. Ki.isu.Youxi. ki.vs: "Two felloxvs got drunk, and one IS tf. fellow cut another fellow's ear oil all at Heaver Dam." ltro. Cummins don't Dam. We ,,( everything on hax-enough to liear xvithout nceiisiiiK Try It!! us of cutting oil cars. The cutting of The Best.Paper I that car happened three miles from Ileum lliilly lll.iNlri.l.'.l. Croinxvell, and not near here. Dr. W. J. Kerry hits pin chased the y dwelling house- of Thomas "'AMERICAN Stevens, near Kcaver Dam church, TIE xvhere he xvill U found after the 20th lust. Hkniii. The svifi.tltle Aui.'ri.-ai- i Is n laru.. First Class fsi.KTf Hlxtpcii l'.incs. prtnt'l pil 11. Ik-av- er e two-stor- '7 n rnnn i n nn 11 ni I I Boojyihyri--i MlfflW GOODS ROLLING IN EVERY DAY! BOOTS AND SHOES! Present I'ul.-llslie- e; sulle-ltors- o Wait d- V S Wi wilMrindlTou e .ul-l- ie 11 ill , -.- fr-j- -1 ,rMpEruSONS BAZAAR. ir s, V' JOTONMV L DIU Ki' SHOW!! 1 -- f t bv 1 o. 11 Bi Xp j U-e- st himcl-om- CoL'ltlKU-Jnl'llNA- I. l. 1 1 1 clruu-latlo- n, e life-siz- e inef-fnccth- lc eslKs.-Ii.ll- e 11 11 s I I Some,--unknow- e $&?$0& 11 Sl-11 n-loo-aet ROD E R ..I.-....- ;,. II KING, . s IUx-erid- lllM-ra- l s 11 Fall and Winter Goods! Scene L ! . Bas-ro.v- ' KK-t- s e ul s jier-;rve- s s mx-men- gl. One-Te- Ons-Eig- . tth j e e Au-r!!:i- A i...e-L-...i- ... 's.i-r.:- Clothing and a fit guaranteed. .Scene JL Has, Caps, Boots and Shoes shown, with. an. explanation, why wecansell cheap tliem shown, with a ture txplaming why we can and will sell them cheaper than..tfther merchants. Doors open at 6 and closes at 9 Stykl.T&ns crx-auts sex-cra- e e, '.!. e s prc-iarc- j it,,ip, Jfv o, s OMPANIONV ivbt e e ol wcll-kiiox- e liai-tis- e -- liv fax-or- f, y. ilt cr ht graiHl-soii,,Ma- s. as Tele-jliho- ne rBy a"JLitxvil). a Ml dV txveu-ty-tw- h: feep AT-s- frpni-$S50,60- c Txvelx-eiNigh- Ilar-Koo- m iiiu-tloi- Gro c e w g - t' r?" ' . TIWAJIE! 5 ltcnry Mcdcalf, living near .Slate Quite a number of our clticus left Times- - Cliauiccft. . Hippie, lost a line horse one day last yesterday for liuisvllle to attend tlie Several removals have taken place In week. Grant lioom. LYClTltuOH llAltltETT town during tho last week. Messrs. -- ltev. .I.kI KIIN. of Whltesville. A little old girl living four Sv. M. Warden and John W. GreenWEDNESDAY, DKC. 10, 187!). I pleached to large and attentive audi- - miles from Madisouville .vas burned to wood have completed their new resiencos Sunday and Sunday night. death a few days ago. Herdress caught dences in the southern portion of town .iXMtUM'I'.V KXTS. -- The Hurt ford Water Mills have tire and burned her to death. When and are occupying the same. Mr. W. II. their steam engine ready for ue in ease will eople learn to ho more careful'.' 01 . .1. Harris, Moore has sold his residence to Messrs. is a can didate, for Sergeant-at-Armithc.noxt of high water. Come on and get your It. P. and Jas. A. Howe, aud moved to r Kentucky. JM'iiato Quite n large numUr of the citi the Taylor cottage. Mr. work done. John W. zens of this county have petitioned We niuiiutluirized to uiiiioiuiea Ueo. Married at the residence of d'eorge Field has rented a portion of Win. V. Hunger Jisii candidate for filn-rilof llrowu, Monday night by ltev. J. Mtm-da- Hon. W. A. Stewart to appoint Muker Stcele'shoiHeaiiil is occupying the' .shine. L. Heaverin 1'. S. Storekeeper. Ohio county, hulject to the action ol IScn Carter and Mi-- s Cena Kurd, Mr. Sam'l Wayne anil family have tho DouioiTitK: party. Election, . all ofcolor. 1SS0. Dr. W. J. Berry has purchased of taken rooms at the Wright llnih Win. Overton manufactured a tine I bo s Stevens his bouse and (! acres of Hr. II. Shaft will move in 11 few days La.Ofonday was another I morning tpiality of sorjrlami for Mr. W 15 Itohcrt-so- land in the Southern part of Beaver to tlie Philips dwelling. Messrs. II. P. A sample of, which wo examined Dam, and will take Itazuiir. dnvjit alnrnt and .1. A. Itowe, have moved to the residence recently purchased of W. II had a ierecptible granulation in it. Ihd 20th lust. Is at work microvEdgorton Moore. Mr. J. Itowe and wife Maimsii:i illi: Hurt font House. On Sunday, November The Madisouville Tiin savs:"A have taken rooms at Mr. .1. !. Collins'. lulit"two-luttou'oor- a kid gloves the .fifth, 187!, at thcrcMdcueonr llcurv Mrs. limli.liviiiir iut the Hon- at '( cvnts at Anderson's Bazaar. .Mcdcalf, Mr. Ellis Wliitely and Miss kinsvillc county line, in Caldwell coun DIhsoIiiIIiiii anil Nt-t- t 1'ii in. ty, one day last week, cut the throats of toady in'front -- prices Vtlll coiniu- - Maggie ltoach. her two children and then killed herJ. K. Megan, of Buford, has dissolved self in the Kline way. She had ( Ji:o. Ki.i.in ,fc ItitoV. down, at of partnership with himself and formed a -- William Au-tiof Hutler count v. unsound mum for sometime." and Miss Doaiiti) .Stewart, of Stewarts IKii'tuership witli Mr. JcU'erson Bell. Children's kid gloves in oper.i colors ville, were married on last Thursday, John Wesley Wright,1 living near Mr. Megan left hist week for Uouisville at Anderson's Ilaxanr Mipply limited. ltev. It. K. Ji iikfim otlleiating. Iliue's Mill, sold his crop of new toliac-e- o aud Isiught a large stock of general CarH-nterV- i ret'cntlyfor57,575and tooK of all kinds, at per hundred. merchandise especially Christmas trix. The weather last Mondav wassulll- Their goods will be lu this week, and prices to defy competition, at eient to remind one of Spring. Indeed Jack Wright, living in tlie same 40-t- f. his crop at $7, 5 and IvI.I.IX it llKO.'s. iter will lie sold very low for cash or country the oldest citizens do not renicmberever produce This IKk out for the nice things that to have witnessed such an open f ill and hundred. in toliacco was purchased succeed only. They arc determined to by parties if goxl goods, small prolits, Whltesville. Anderson's Kumar will open this week. winter, six-year im-envinof .' y, THE ITER. A Til). lion (lie The itn-- j will I'au (Int. '" Ati-Kti- -t, will l'dre Current pulilisli an elaborate report on the supply of hogs, Uised on tlie returns from i nice nuiiumi Minis iiir.ougnout uie West. The report indicates : .. .1 I .I..4I..I III in lilt- lllllllO!.'! Olf lioys t. Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, but Illinois and Town are expected to fall but little, if any. Mow last year's supply, and Missouri, Kansas ami Nebraska are expected to make up the deficiency on this side of the Mississjpj. Therefore the J'rice I urrcnt sees no reason forsiijy- lio-imere win lie a less uumiier lor the winter liaeking than was reached last year. The packing to date is about 100,000 more than at tlie same time last year. le iieui.-ii-in-f- c 1 . C. J. BEAN & CO.! Established. is&s: ROYAL lT IV HAItTKOKH, WlMMlfll O Manuraetiirern und Colllus. ... '1 A. It KRS. KKNTUl'KY. In all kiliils ot NSURANCE OF COMPANY TTiTsTf-j-- T . u. Aiiiii-rboii!- lrs. To I'rexeiil anil t'urc 4'oliglis mill CotiN A reliable remedy Is necessary in every household. Parker's Ginger Tonic is A.. B. BAIRD, KY. n, N!-tf St lire, are repairing Magazines of all sorts sent for by Mr. I It. llcoUcr V the Kditors of the Hi:i:.!.l. We have Win. Crillith are doing the work. arrangements with publishers We noticed a package of dry goods Kast to take orders for their ,icriodieals. sent to lhitler county from Anderson's (Jive us vour orders. llur.iar last week. Walton's Crook has been holding a WAXTKl T)tl fanners to get their protracted meeting for some weeks. and wom1 work done at We learn that the congregations are large, and many mourners at the altar Dan. V, Tracy's new shop. daily. Cm cents per set, Tahle cutlery from Hartford Water Mills are in tine upj tucket cutlery in endless variety of Ki.ci.n St, lii!0.'s. styles at trim and they have added a new anil much needed pThc nicest lot of children's oinbroi-derc- d of a line stableimprovement in the wayWilli S stalls for the ltenall wool host! ever brought to llt of their customers, which they uc 1 Urt ford will he displayed at Anderson's free of charge. I iSkuit'I b Is week. Left In my stable on last Mondav Iost. In Hartford during last night, one black mare with star in forell week,- a gold collar button. The please leave the xiini' at the head and stifle mark on left hind leg. Owner will please call, pay charges for Hwt.u.u'olilce, and lie rewarded. 47- -i J. W. Gkav. keeping, advertising, Stc.) and get the Hkxiiy Field. A mammoth htoek of stoves, tin- mine. Hart rani, Ky. ware, hollow-war- e, Stc, lower than the Mr. lJcp, Klein store-roo- their black-mittii- ng llud--rwi- f The wife of Tom Nail of color, died PlVn't wait until nil the nice tlibnrs on Thursday night last. There seems MtAndcrson's Ilazaarhave i selected to 1k! eonsidenihle sickness among the Initio at once ami buy your holldayJco,rel iHpple this winter. We wonder if 'thfijwnitary- conditions of Havti presents, aro wel1 ''x11 !lft-ljitchw.lvlsdisliesin great va- -j Jiety'aiid'alarxu assortment of glass- has married 9 lev. J. C. ware, all at low rates, at coiiptesrm ine 1111 mx weeKs 4 grooms 40-t- f. Ki.ki.n-- St llito.V. were widowers from 55 to 72 years old. most appropriate present forj One Wide was US, aud one groom 72 your viieyr uaugiiicr is a real nice took to himself a bride 2 only 46 years chrum'ti.-'B- y making application soon dillerence In their ages. Hut tliat ain't Anderson's ltazaur will furnish you' much any way. them for a mere song! All the loys who have "girls" may prepare .to give themselves away on the The largest and best lot of cross-cand hand sawt Christmas I ree, and those who have no and hand niw tiles, ever girlcaifget one pro fan. The tree is a mill, criMs-cu- t serjarato'niatter from the flsh pond. It brought to thLs market, at f. Klein & llnoAs. lelongsfto tlie public Let everybody prepare to give everybody something Stephen Johnson, near llcwlcy ville, nice. fell from a'housc a few days ago, bruisVivian XaU, youngest son of Lurkin ing himself badly, and will likely not Nail, fonnerlyof this county, died on recover. tne morning ar the 4th Inst. atLlucoln, Iron-ston- e China plates, at 40, 45 IllliioisJ.Vlvlan was about 15years old. and 55 cents ier set. Iron-ston- e China He s stricken down with some brain teaeujw aud Kiucers at 40 to 55 cents ler trouble, and remained unconscious for 8 days lefore Ids death. Gko.Ki.WX St lino's. set, at U-oif eo lowest, at K1.KIN itllito.'s. .. ie hard-warenal- ls, ut Jii-t- 40-- tf CourtiitSquirellennott'syesterday. The squadron of lawyers went out to see that loth sides of every ease won. We haviLiiot 'beard the mrtieular. . 1S The' largest lot of a5s eVer brought to this market from the best manufacturers in the United States, at prices froti Mce'its to nlMf .t . - JCuux & Bno.'ti.. "Tell it Again" is the song selected for the little Sunday School scholars to slug on the oecaslou of the Christmas tree. ' r LobT In or near 1 Tart fonl some two months ago,a lady's gold bracelet. Any one finding or having fouud the .same wlll please deliver it to Henry t. Field; Hartford, Ky. tf We omitted last week tb chronicle the death of Mr. James It. Edwards, which took place 011 Wednesday, the 2Sth ultimo, at his residence altout six miles east of Hartford. His premature aud unexpected demise Is mourned by :i large family circle as well as that of numerous friends. Captain Sam. E. Hill has a now Decker piauo. On Tuesday evening of last- - weeK, a few friends called to try the tone of the instrument. Mrs. E. S. Edgcrtou performed several pieces, and all hands decided the tono and general finish of the instrument llrst-clasAfter a few years the young gents may call at Mr. Hill's to "Jiear her play 011 the piano." A young gentleman who had been to see Ids dulcina last Sunday night, was heard, upon returning, to repeat the following beautiful stanzas: "When the rose buds dmtht of thoilrcniny . 1 Start Andnwnke to find their ilcnr: And the rvphyrs, cool, lu Uie tree'-tops. s 1,-- 4S-2- I to E. l,.Thomas,of the tlrni of Thomas Ilmthers, left yesterday for Louisville, where he will purchase a large stock of 'groceries, Christmas holiday goods, fcc; Those wishing something nice will do well to await his return, I'm), M And the turtle's voice you li'cnr Taken up as an estray by 'W. H. When Uio tender buds and the leaflets Porter, living 1 miles from Cromwell, Krecn, Flout III one black aud brown pided steer 3 years And the the warm tmrlnir tide the sky Is summer sheen In old, marked swallow fork in right and HomelKxly will lx my bride. Mpllt In left ear. Appraised by me at 512. e'H bet that j'oung man had Given under my hand this 21st, 1879. lopped the question. 4S-- 4t P. W. Giiothai', P. J. C, Makuikd At the residence of the AV. H. Williams & Son are moving brides father, Mr. Jas. Martlu, near standing between Paradise, W ednesday morning, Decent 'Uie old store-houtheir basilicas house and tlie Wright ber 10th, 1879, Mr. Harry Uridges, of House. Tills should have iteen done Louisville, ami Miss Anna Martin, long ago, as it will enable parties below The party left Immediately for Greento" get Insurance. ville, where they took dinner at Maim It is not expected of m to give a list St. Ilice's Hotel, thence to Ixiuisville. of U10 nice, holiday goods that Ander The bride Is one of Muhlenlierg's fairest son's iiazaar is receiving. They are and most popular young ladies. While simply immeiLse, and we have not the the groom is the most popular commer room to .ennmerata them. We may, cial, tourists In the Green river country, give a partkl list adt represents the wholesale house however, Hexl-weeof'MldiHelon; Jlarrctt fc Iiowen. They ofJttem.' ' A'cOmpIetc stock of groceries; em have our warmest congratulations and heartiest good washes for a future of hraclag aH.tlie staple Mid laacy tcorte',,'teas, unalloyed happiness. Wo tender thanks alfof ihe beit griixlcs; together with a for an iuvitatiou. great variety ot canned gooas ; all can On December 4th, a man by the be found at prices as cheap as the chcap- - name of Brunton, living with Mr. Win Kr.TnrIlnb.'s:, Grayjnear Cromwell, threw a sharp liatcliet at John li. Martin. Martin had John Mahan and Isaac Brown, Jr., called at Mr. Gray's, when Brunton of RockporUhad a'dlfllculty, a few days called him out of tho house aud began airo hi regard to same laud, aud Mahan. liiarreling with him about some pre- -. wltji'pfetoi InliarMl, ran Brown out 5f Aious business matters, when ho drew Malms was tried by Jury uie,naw:uetonaiarun, tnrowing with before "the County Judge at Hart great force. Tilartin dodged tho deadly last Monday. The Jury re missile and knocked tho man down and B lora ft turned verdict notiruiltv. was administering a much "deserved "'Mr. E. 8. Kdgcrtou respectfully in pumineliug, when Mrs. Gray came out forms the eitizenCof Hartford and vi- - pleading for the man. Martin let him clsfty.ibat lie intends to remain ;ht up ou promise of 110 further attack, but this plac and ny on the pjiinting no sooner was he up than he seized a UMioess in oil flx'hranches, house, sign brick and hit Mr. Martin a severe blow ma carnage wor;Kreiiiliigdaier liaog- on the head. The coward then tucked ing; ic., done la ;the iatM vtyle. All his head under the arm of his protec-trcu- s work, guaranteed! to clve NiUsfactlon like a cowardly chicken hiding its AH w vow in'iik Hue will bo thankful- - head. Ho qugbt'to be dealt with sumty received, aiuLfiromptly attended to. marily jo teach lihn ijpt q throw hatch-rpX S. ErxiKitTox.' ets at men. se k just the medicine needed. It radically cures Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Bronchitis and even Consumption if used in time, by its HiwcrfuI specllic action on the Stomach, Kidneys. Skin, Liver and uiucoussiirfaccsnfthuThroatuud I.uiius. It accomplishes the cure ina wonderful ly short time, and removes all pain and soreness from tlie Iiint;. It is also a most valuable stomach remedy, cll'ect- Illaliy removing Uysiiepsia, Headache, Liver Disorders, Costivencss. Nervous ness, Iiw Spirits, Wakefulness, Heartburn, Cr.iiniK, Palpitation of tlie Heart, Sour Stomach, etc., and gives a cheer ing conilort anil irccdom from lain that honest measure ami attention to surprises every one. Buy a oil ct. or Under the water in of the business will w in. SI .00 Uittlc and try it. Sold by 'A. Wayne 1ird went 10 persons at Beaver Dam on tiriiim tv lirouicranii druggists generally. :i!l eow-'SSunday, ltev. D. J. K. Maddox has Omul'-- . Visit to Hart furil. holding a protracted meeting at The following is the order of proccs. l'ol- - Sale. Beaver Dam witli tine success. We are slon on the occasion of the f7rant recep glad so many of tluBeaver's are going tion lu A splendid Safe for sale at a good liar Hurtford: under tne water, ami we hoethcy may Bill Foreman is chief marshall, with gain. Call at once on John I. Barrett. keep their Dam in a goodstateof repair Buck Morton assistant; Bureh Foster is after this. Disoliillon riartuerslili. to be drum major, and W. II. Kittson is A company of lawyers went to Hag bearer. The procession will form Notice is hereby given that the tlrni Kordsville this week. ( 'has. M. Pendle on the public sipiare in the following of Wedding St Whittler, of Fonlsvillc. ton, H. B. Klnsolving, A. Jones, S. P. order: 1st, the Masonic Lodge in uni Ohio county has lieen dissolved Bar ltohy and C. W. Masslc were the nuni-lc- r. form; 2nd, the I. O. (5. T; 3rd, the me ton Whittler having bought the inter It is said that when the hrst chanics of town; 4th, the loafers brigade; est ofT. J. Wedding. Whittler asat was seen over.thefTop of a 'hill 5th, a committee of ''iiuun citaeiw;" sumes all liabilities of tlie outstanding 40-thecitlzens'took frichrand left town. 0th, the "Court House ring" on a log business of the tlrni. 'here could not bo men enomrb fonml wagon, fitted up for the occasion; 7th, a to make up a jury, so what few cases miscellaneous lot of negroes and hoysou Noiiielliliiiir Fur the Year. there were had to be heard by theJudge. foot. iiiwiwiwsl Tin world tf t T.j Die line of march will lx as follows: Who Is resiwusible for that liig sty Down Main street to the Hartford tetcr's Bitters, and their continued popon the side walk south of Ford's Drug House, then east to the Water Mill, then ularity for a ifuarter of a century as a stomachic, is scarcely more wonderful Store? It seems to tis that the Marshal back to the Hardinsburg road, and out tntiii the welcome that greets theannual or some one else lu authority should try Hostetter's . that road to Hayti, then across thcllelds flM.r.. ....1....I.1..of iiuiiiL.il i i if Almanac. t and aliate that nuisance iins , tiuuauie. .. it rt ... ..... is UI-. realise long. to Judge Townscud's, then in to Tr the it rursuurgli, It certainly is a novel feature to have fair grounds and march once around the iisucu oy nosietier liimusli.iti. vmu.r. Ph.. under their own a pig ty and a great lied of straw on a speed ring, then back to town aud halt vision, emplojing SO hands In that deide walk on Main street. We predict at Dan. F. Tracey's shop, where you can partment. Ten cylinder printing presses, folding that if some fanner's horse should get the liest wagons, wood work, colllus, nre 8rinintiifr machines, Si job presses,l Jfce., inr,tilliu nlmiit fl... chance to get on the walk he would be or anything in the line of wood work or year on this work, and the Issueofsanie ..... I... i a. seized for breach of town ordinace, and blacksmithing at the lowest prices. mi icen ...til uul w less inau ten millo.u )ui lions, printed In the English, German, et a lied full of fat lazy tiorkersare ix-rKreiirh. "Welsh. "ViirwiMrum sttjultuli mitted to sleep aud eat unmolested. Letter I.lsl. Hollautl, Bohemian and Siianish lan This should not Ik-- . Refer to a A list of letters remaining in the nost- - guages. interesting copy of it for vulua- reading concerning The energetic committee, Mrs. Mc- - ollice at Hartford, aud if not taken out abie and health, and numerous testimonials as to Henry, Misses Annie Lewis aud Man before tlie 1st of January will lie sent to (lie nfliciicv of Hostntrni-'- j tflit.. letter amusement, varleil Information, astron gle King, abtalned $2S as bait for the the dean 1) J oince.Leach. S L Adams. omical calculations and chronological lisii pond. The pond is designed for Barnes, Lee Miss Lewis, Gfflie can ou Martin, William M items, ifcc.,AVhich The lie .deicudisl lksri the small children of the Sunday School. Hunger, Philip for correct mss. Tor Norris, im Miss John We suggest the propriety of leaving the Bryant,ljouisa W can lie obtained free of cost, from drugMiss Crow, gists and general country dealers .hi all Christinas tree to the town : as this Crow.Chapnianllev Paul, W H Rule, Robert ... . i. i miiso! me couuirj--. would relieve the school of a great re- James Kothchllil, John iponsiullity; which is almost sure to Gathing, Ida Miss Raley, Rachel, Miss fjw... I IT II incur censure from somelxxly. It is A lta re Treat lu ! lore.. Hatcher, James W Tower Willie W commendable in the Sunday School to Hamilton, Curtis Weller.MatiidaMrs Wchaveengaged Mr. V. M. Mctcalfeto put forth an ellort to please the little Hicks. B J Williams. David folks, and encourage them by a Christ Harrison, J A Mrs Williams, Jane Mrs lecture for the licnellt of those who may Wintersinith, Mr attend our com and toliacco fair. He mas restlval. But the traditional tree Irwin, George Woodward, Miss is thoroughly ported in agriculture, in Jones, Geo G has grown old aud common, and we Johnson, J W Walker, Km. Miss all Its phases, js decidedly practical in might say has degenerated Into an in R. P. RoWK, 1'. M. his notions and is a pleasant entertain stitution of rivalry in making personal One i:.xirrlence from Jinny. ing speaker. and expensive presents. We suggest to those Interested that a good imnd for "I had been sick and miserable so Our fair will taku place so soon as the the children with an annronriate ser long and had caused my husband so season Is suitable and gives the farmers vice, will lie better than a tree in con- much trouble and expense, no one a chaneX to select their liest samples seemed to know what ailed me, that I which can be done while stripping and nection with it. was completely msnearienwi anil discouraged. In this frame of mind I got husking. We will give due notice of Enoch Bennett, a wild buck of lk-dthe time through the pajier. :i bottle of Hop Hitters and used them neighliorhood, had arranged to leave the unknown to my family. I soon began community tills week, accompanied by to Improve and gained so fast that my a man's wife. It seems the woman's husband and family thought it strange and unnatural, but when I told them husband had agreed that if his wife what had helped me, they said "Hurloved "a handsomer man than he" she rah for Hop Bitters! long may thev might go to the d I. But when she prosper, for they have made mother well 48-1 p. went to pack her traps they split as to uud usjlmppy." Ihc Mother. A Diatreued Woman. the divide of the property that Is, she wanted one of her boys to go, to which During her daily avocations, or while tira extracted from Vegetabla products, the husband demurred. Tho faithful tripping the light fantastic toe, she un wife could not leave her baby boy, so knowingly trampled on some luw of combining In them tho Mandrake or May Apple, which recognized by phylciani she repented and staid at home. This nature by exjiosure, and now she has aa q mibntitutola calomel, for possessing all been sutlering with irregular monthly is rather a strange allliir. How is it action, or actual suppression. She has the virtues of that mineral, without ita that a married woman sutlers herself to severe headache and pain in the back"; bad become enamored of another man? is nervous aim cross, toss or appetite, AS AN ANTI-BILIOThere seems to ben general badness In palpitation, leucorrhiua, falling of the MEDICINE the country. What nre we coining to. womb, ulceration or hysterics, and litis become feeble and prostrated. Is Bennett left Beaver Dam on Monday. no cure for such distressed women? there they are Incomparable. They rtlmoltta Yes. Invigorate It Is supposed that he went to see Grant They can bo cured of all such troubles thoTOHPip LIYEB,and givo tonotho NgHVOUa aYaTElI, to and may the Lord Grant that he may by the use or Ifinghsh Female Bitters. theDIOESTiys OBaiira,crouting perthe most powerful female regulator fect diionjintiruh.wtailatian never return to these parts. known. Itis adapted to old and young of food. They exert a powerful Influence females, whether married or siuixle. Its on tho KI&NHyS andLTVXHand actlou toues the wholo system perma Uirojtheae ortnajremoveljsruxi-ties- , Ti:i.I. IT AUA1V. than vitalizing the tlajueaof Uaa body nently. and caualng a healthy .oondltioa ot the Into the tent where n gipsy boy lay, Dying alone, nt tout-losof tho day. A CAItUONATK!) DKIKK, aytgm. News of salvation snld lie, "Nobody ever hns told It to met" , 11 you uesire a tinuK to cool your AS AN siomacn, open uie pores or your skin, Clioru Tell It ngnlu! tell it ocnln! cleanse, your stomach, and at the same story repent o'er mid o'er, Satvatlon'i timo open your bowels, surely, gently Till none can say of the children of men, "Nobody ever bus told me before!" and ell'ectually, try it. If you wish a They have no eqnal ; and a arnlt act delightful, snarklinc acid drink, that aa apreventivg and cure fer BUlo33e-mltteaa- t, "Did Iip o love me, a poor little boy? Intermittent, Typhoid ferera, Send unto ino the koo1 tldiiiK of Joy? will immediately cure your sick heud- Need I not perUliT my hand will he hold ? acue, aciu stomach and heartburn, try ajd Fever and Agae., Upon the healthy Nobody ever me Mory nns toldl" you .want to use the most pleas action of the Stomach, dopenda, almost It. Chorus Tell It again I tell It again! &e., Ac. ant If purgative in use, while it is the wholly, the health of tho human raceT Bending, we caught the Inst words of Ms cheapest and .best adapted to nil cases uruauu. requiring a laxative, use Bailev'sSaliile Just ns he entered the valley of death; "(lod oeiit Ills Hon! whomever!" uld he; Aperient, tlie mast powerful and pleas- "Then I am sure tlmt he sent him ror mel" urn carixmaiea tiruiK ip America. Try Ik-c1 ld 1 e ui 1k-c4t kiw--w- s ai)K-aranc- e e AIiii-hi.k1. T a SXJ3L7 SYOR lllllee (iniiiil Jury Uimhii, I'mirt Will make Kurvcvs. Ilatx. lllaiiniiiis .... , I .,l,.l , ..... ..a.... am,., M..rt.......u IV...HJ ..... tfl1IIE.ILt., .Mill.!--Ij LI V JrE5IOOIj. A -- ts.t-1- Statement January 1st, 1879. 10,10-1,960.4- (Srosri Cash Axeta, 1.111ms, AsslifHiiieiils.l'oulriirls. II 111 of Sali-- , Notes, l.isvlpts, uml nil klmls of .T writings In relnllou to Hie tniiKfcr of real or T, iAM, up Alistmcts hi iroriy, makeIhiiiIs, uml liny niul Title to lands, ou riiiiiiiiisslou- - will take uml sell nrllly ilelMisllloiis. 1'atriilt.iKe xilliitnt All otlit-Liuliilititf laies nun lerins iniMier.iie. 1'usm-s.hIoIk-sc-r I.IAI1IUTIES. ...42fH,528.66 ...A258,M8-0- ... 151.724.S8 U,tl-l,7- 2,694,911.60 7,410,057.80 Suq.hu. .Sul wriUil C'aiital, I'oHoy-IioM- t- .f which thtre Lh iiiil up in Ca.h. ; $1,447,725.00 3o,9C232.80 X.--t .Siirihi-4- , almvi Caj.ital anil all other IJuliilitleM The Kojal Insiiraiit-- Couiiianj lias Hie Largest Xet SHrplas or nay yire lasar- aucc ompaiij la the rforW; i Head Office for Southern States, Louisville Ky. UAKItEK St CASTLEMAX. jrAXAtiEHs. BARRETT HAHTFORD, KY- - & BRO., Agents, Hartford, Ky. I3L an nines. siaiiie- E JEL "El XV Horses ami Unmtles fur hire or sale nt Speeinl attention given to horses lert at the CIikmI ir ira-.ni- ,' relml t otirhoaH;, we take pleasure in informing the public that vre have again embarked in tile Mercantile buslnexH, anil recently purchased a large anil well selected utock of JAMES A. THOMAS, 11K.VI.KR IN .DUY GOODS.1 HARTFORD, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AKD CAPS. Clothing, Groceries, Hardware and Queensware, Which we will sell strictly for Ca.--h or exchange for Country Produce. Havlnj? Iioiiglit ourgixxL-- i at excettlingly low figures enables us to sell for cah at exeeetlliigly low prices. Hive at a call. Xo trouble to show gooiK la. SIiim-s- Xotlnns. Knnev timxls. ftnlhlliw. nn.l , Hals anil A larse iMsurtim ut of iiieseKiMHis Kepi eiiusianiiyoii iiniiii.iuul will uv soul ni inu verj-- lowest easii nrlees. Ui. S. A. WILLIAM X 4k, CO., McHENEY, KY. ECctxr V. T. Kino, I'rop. Jim Tom JIooi.-i--, cu-i- Hartford Hotjse. Come to stay! AMD This House Is now well furnl-liei- l, ami I can nil wnii may givo nie a nui HENRY FIELD. LIVERY. FEED SALE STABLES J. F. Yager. Formerly occupied by IALESMEN WANTEi I coo dwmkn-TSELLl CIGARS 4)1 (NJjfkE? , I tuiice 'n,laii.Iiiullliyuiirapplicatlon.iil,i AC. Sstamp tn insurtl -a: co. lam r. N. t'UM Clwlrmttl.Oblo.1I 'l O.lLixlTS. -I i.ii tin, icua a DEALERS Samples- Amonlhaiulcxpcnse 10 uai ri;ii THE DEAF HEAR I B1m I'KliKKTI.V. nil Ordlnarr Cunt LfctntM. CoucctU. etc. kw .Nru t IimmL dt trertni wentirriDi irKnuaciiTruivi 11 DENTAPHONE- - For iBMrkall r k i uu B the i aiwa in. 1 1 ct lar.lnr s.nt r I of n ordinary WfttcU. ri all t tvf t i for I t n No liavt a Vukiiii ami Team, ami can lo lialliic at short notice. I promise to kocuu , ilm-- t our liusluexH r to merit, hikI liupe to the luttrouage or the public. Cooil lIorxfN uikI UiiKKirK, uuil NaUdle Hore lor hire at I'iuirM. unU Ihe Very IteNt Atleutloii eivrn la HnHMS Irtt in nurl'urr. all raa-Mr- U TUTT'S nfter-onec- ti. 2t PILLS US Over 30O 830 Pag Ttm to all who saad n. th.tr sadrtwa and six ernts la pontago stamps. AddreM ii.iTKt aTarea Rnnir nim.r. ra lS0tasaSb,ClaclaaAlI.O. FREE TO ALL FLEETWO OD'S LIFE OF CHRIST. Illnitrntloiu. SAWINITHEUt. DK.VLE1J IX STAPLE AXD KANCV GROCERIES. CIGAES, TOBACCO, &c. f,'(xxl- - wild low for Cash, or excliuiiL-t-- d for Pmdura t rriuh nrlmi. Tlin Ptevens, Jr., will lie found in the store readv to wait upon Customers. Pat ron i anil in-ijigu iaii.iiiriioii KlianuillHlI. THOa?. STEVENS. wct-nrrle- ANTI-MALARI- AL br Hi iiutnha,r In um &ml that present demand fur them. It Maw. ot any ftlzv. One man can saw m tin locj or cord wood la one day and easier than two men can the old way. It will saw a twu foot lus In threw minute. ervrr one. Township airenta wuu U-Farmer ne-tlbend for Illuimird Llrrular and Terniv Address IV. IV. HOST WICK A rO 171 Kins Hl Cluelunj.il. O wo:5EEEFDL DITiOTn) Lai s fully cleiuunstrated borsavlnil.ar ItmiMJN Iffn tnirvs J'r REMEDY ' and n"tors rell- UltORTANT.T13f.ware r-of,?J1 are an Infrlniceold .H:,.iiuv.uniiu i vi ij , on penecT, Pat Machloea, aa-S.- -1 "an' lUdlne iviw Instant Coron Hklikk. for It. All for CdiuIk. CoIiN ami iioiirciiesM aim nil i.timctmniilcx. ror Kale liy T.J. IIOSKNIIAM ic CO, Vtwho Italic niul retail. Price rnnts. Cor llli ami Jotfi-n-o.tx Loulnvlllc. Ami Iiy the Wholesale DniMNti of LouUvlIlo AU ynur tintilliiis tnio:tti Since our Friends Must Die And be laid low in the earth, how gladly we seek to show them every token of rcrct. Nothing ia Established la IS43. DYSPEPSIA With Tour ADDRESS Will brlnsyouapoi'-psul Chorn Tell It again! tell It ngnln! Ac, Ac. (Smiling he said, n liU lint sigh was spent, "I nin so elad that for me ho was Kent!" WhlsiH-n-tl ji. while low sank the sun lu the west The working !iieu-t- hc laboring class"l.ord, i it now 10 the rest!" es men und women have made ipilte Chorus Tell it again ! tell It again! Ac., Ac. ' ammponaui striae, 'tiiey nave-struc- K for a remedy that will make "nosJllvu Hotel Arrivals. ncitcve! leu . AXOTJIKIt HTItlK- I- of the present generation. It ia for the Core of thla diaeaae and ita attendants, MEHVODSNESaTDES. OSDEHCT. IS THE BANE that Lgricultisrist,! tqual to Jlijsxuie 111 AMKUICAN Po.f:I-tioii- s SPECIMEN ofihol CURE FOR PILES New and Wonderful BiscoTirj CONSTIPATIOliTnjarfr, Vrlt S34 EXGUAVI.VCStl ond of rtr&frr the-fie!- Hartford House Geo. N. Middleton, Louisville; J. C. von Borries, Louisvlllp; O. Pryble, JJvansville; W. J. Druinhlll, Calamazoo, Mich.; M. Cerf, J. J. Con way, J. A. Smith,LouIsviIle; S. P.Love, Major J. "W. Church, Greenville; J. J. Bumpus, W. D. Price, Cincinnati. Hartrord Markets Maple Articles.; Sugar, white, Sugar.Coffee.- 10 ; mid ermancnt cures of all forms of chills without any other medicine. In all their search throughout the count o'i u iiasicauwi out mauncy nave "struck" oiuy one article that suits tueni In every particular, and that article Is known as Uiiy's Ague Tonic, which they recommend to their as entirely worthy of eonlldeiiee. Workingmen can govern themselves accordingly. Fertile by Z. Wayne Gritlln & Bro. fellow-laborers have gained auch a wide iproad reputation. No Remedy haa over been discovered that acta so apeedlly and gently on the digestive organs giving them tone and vigor to assimilate food. This being accomplished, of course the NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED, THE BRAIN IS NOURISHED, AND THE BODY ROBUST. Being composed of the juices of plants extracted by powerful chemical agencies, and prepared in a concentrated lorni, they are guaranteed- - free from any thing that can injure the moat delicate person. A noted chemist whohn analysed them, says THJ3U2 IB KOBE VHtTOE IN ONE OP TUTT3 ?JIiS, THAN OAK B8 JfOUND S A ?W OP ANY eiHSi(.U TUTT'S PILLS CENT FOR POST In which to lay away all that leu or tne mortal frame. lipptt Ik i M ChU b ACE, A Never-failin- g Cure rot: DAN. F. TEACY Colli iw and Cuket at from $250 up $100.00. Call on him. COOD THINGS for Your Own Uc. for 1IOLIDAV, IVEDDING, & other PRESENTS, tc.,and How loreuillly I Lobtul ii tliem, without I Casli Outlay. Address I ORANGE JUDD CO, 245 Broadway. New York. Is prepared to furnish all aorta of to ELKfTRO MEDICAL KATTEKIES pliysl-daiMa- i : Since the Iradc Jlevicw has been disets. Sugar,-whitcts cussing tlie Kentucky coal interests and orut, Conee 15 tnl iiMi.v!l! .... .. ..,.,,1.-- 1 cts, ucumliugtp grade , Jl) cts, activity in Investigation h:vs been Lard, retail, in divers directions. Prospectors ;15 Butter, 20 pts, Eggs in demand 10 (S) 12 ctH, have been dusIiIiil' tliclr ux'uiiiinations 40 cts. at a number )f pgints, IkUIi it) the wesl'eathers, good, Nails, retail, 7 cts, tern and Alpaluchiim coal regions of the 5 Corn in ear, 40 cts, State, and from all accounts the results Wheat, SI DO uro highly encomtiL' ntf. at least hi re Hay, good, is worth 40 cts. spect ti the taiantlty. diVpmlty and valuo of that greatest rorni' of mint-ni- l wealth, which is uear at hand and in l'dinmnnlilp. our own State. We are not in the secret . The celebrated penman, Prof. Jolin of .these explorations or any one of Myers, who (aught'n' session here about them, but only good consequences' can come of an active spirit or Inquiry in three years ago, will bo in Hartford in such a direction; though all may be tie- fented ir tlie proprietors of this uiiile- -' teaching a class in penmanship. If our velopcd wealth fail to encounige inves memory serves us rightly lie gave entire tors, or neglect 10 meet them in a liber al and enterprising spirit. Trmlc Jie witisfaptlpn before. .lt el. Our font IntcreslH n PILES Tm Manufacture! hj-- U.30 Nnllce! tl THOMAS i nitili-ifest- Try this Remedy fairly, it will not harm you, you havo rtpthlng to ose,butwl surely gain a Vigo roup Body, Pure Blood, Strong Norves and a Cheorful Mind. Trlnclpnl Orflce, 33 II lurry St., N. Y. Sold by Dniirgltta throughout tho world. We therefore say to tlie afflicted 'iijo' ttf "A tivtiU-- o m the llure and hin Pis. y Jlr., 11, J, Kendall, of Eno- Irtirgh I'Sdls, Vennotit. It is nicely il liiitrutcd witli .11 eugnivliigs und Is full Kvery of useful hnii Unuwledtfe. Iiuino owner khould have jx (oiy of it. posM-jn- We have in our i K I M B LEY, Pmcticul awl Amtlyihttt Chrmht, HAirrroitn, ky. siceiit-,- 2 and luotrumeuU for tuinlllc. Kniaou-ulil- o lu price, cuuvcnleat nml simple in couKttuctlon. anil CHwbIe ol jd xlng Imlue-e- il cuirents of all ilcstees of liiteiu-llloiulieil In lmill-cpractice. Hrt tMttrrr ever liianudictuioJ. Oil per cent, cheaper than oilier. Prlii" of bra mouuttil. S ami 35S ; nickel llalel,S: Co extra. Went by ezpiewuit receipt of prlcv. liTulnr on application to THL'ilAN Jb CU mauulsictunra' II. al J i. Courier-Journa- Cuurter-Jouru- Jentton thlt paper. luncrie repnimi. BItwk, LcvutsvUie, -ti PRICE 2S CENTS. view. a Gtour caused Vlack hr a .iuirld npiilicktliiB i t ttii. Urt. It im. P&rUaN.toralColor,acU lablntaoaou.ly. .nd is MjiArmliMaa.sprinswatiir. lMkl bj lTlgmutM,at entbjreipre.-vaunrtH.e.pti- TUTT'S HAIR DYE. OaiTUAraoaVrniiKiBS to $1. Office 30 Murray St., New York, Thfa Salve, if tho directions aru strict-- 1 coiiiiilleil with, b WAItltAXTED tO We can furnish tho books at ' cents a ef lect a cure. It will give relief in ten i copy. tf. minutes. (live It a (rial, and if not' tatUfactory we pay back yuur inoney. Fnrm lit r.Sale. Conrier-Journ- al For Kile nt our Drug Store. Pilf--a )iei I have a good farm of 100 acre 100 One year for Twi Pspsra fer UtUa of which is cleared. It UlMttuitcdJU IJox, oO Cents. more nuiu one. miles from llorno ltr.iui-- and :!ifroni Heiul us ti.7i and receive toot sum paper THO.MAH & KI.MBLEY, l, .the the best, w ml est, Kosine, wliich,!' will fiell or rent. DrtigyM, JIartford, Ky. briftlittot and ablesl 'aiully, Wtskly lu tba rroIti-AitY- , 4i-- ... Weekly (W-7- S. If . V). -t voual rr. AT 1 Iw ,' 'V: V , 4-- V SHKIUKFS Kiuieadin'r. for Onnplleld .Same for J S Caniplield So acres D.tvis, Iiuisa K l town lot ncre Kair, John S .Hi lty virtue of taxes due the Kulkeison, HJiicobiMO' county, Kyjfor the years 1877, KulkerM.n, W It IM Ohio " 1S7S and 1S79, I, or oneof my Deputies, Kulherson.John.SGN)" SALK Ot L.VXDS TAXKS. FOR Sher-Hfof- ... 2X2 1 Tlml 1'oltt'r Mn.v lt l'niprll.lcilli'tiiiiif (jovi'rnor.IliVliiioii Xi:w Yomc, December rumoreiliu political cirelesto-tln- v hat the State Hoard of ('niivassoixwiil ive the certlllcnte of election to "the 1, 187!li I'ADLHJAII AND HLIZAlUrni-'.OW11. N Mi It. IS79. I mi i RAILROAD THE (UlEEN AND BARKEN RIVER! LINE. tiaaj 4 ; It. is Ill .'licet S,'it.itli, ss Oil acres '2 JSanie agents Fulkersou Gordon, .lames I) l acre. :t Graves, Win l I town lot Wanl, Peter l town lot of land lying in Ohio county, Ky., on IlISTltlCT no. ." -1- S7S. will, on Momtay JSmniryvhtlilSSO, at the Court House dowJrTlH&rtfonl, Ky.;' otter for sale the following lots and tracts H-4- son X. Potter. w wlueh taxes are due and unpaid. Terms if !$ cash in liand. Tlio purchaser is eillilletlTo thirty jht cent, inlert on his money, niuftleed to the land if not ivdeejiiedSu two year.j The amount of ?it out on each list Includes levy, iswtKof advertising and commission for rs.'ll:ng, which increases the amount considerably: 5 A-li- " Ashhy, Ashhy, Juo.UlD.) . . v" ltWhop, Thompson 00 ' ' ' ' lloxjut't, Abe l.'SO " Hatcher, Jas W IS) " l locker, Charles 150 " Hellin, James I, .HI Igleliart, Mary J li" " " Johiwm. It 11115 That J hHi liOiilsCW loft David T.HI acres S4 V, 8 10 . :i oo . 4 70 0 00 .10 55 3 45 0 85, 0 40 5 77 :t 5 ItlSTItUT XO. 1 TAX KOI! 1S77. liratcher, Win KSM acres ICiiykeiulall, Augeline .HI acres ItalV.v, Mary A i" new uetimonii, joiiii u .macrcx- Stewart, Hazel H 122 acres Sorrels; John K 1(H) acre Tilford, Jerry M rAVJ aens 1 IIISTIIMT XO. 7 1S7S. ..II 2S A X I) A 1.1. 10 NTH SOI'TII. acres llaird, CT1S0 .A " ltenttin, Joseph T 5 TKXAS AND WKSTKIIX Rrooks, Henry A 130 " .' am M.'iit tlironuli to all ixilnts by IliK riiujc IHST1HCT No. S. ml The leading lady equestrienne getsjSHKI (iil'Ucr, t'liciit'r unit itli inort'tiimfort than Humes, Martha K 13!1 " Vi. Kmbry, Isaac KKI acres- liyioiy other. CtmjHT, KlvisTl town lot Ti S?3K from other concerns. Pad riders OWKXSnOKO full anil Aoknts at all htatiiins can kIvl-yoIltr-kln-s, NASHVILLE 4 i"i Stephen V 700 acres Hughes, Mary 0 acres ri'lliilitc Information us to time ami miuiec-- t alM.ut- - well, say from $100 to $135 get J7 Porter, Win 11 114 acre RAILROAD. Inns to nil iKilnts, unit will procuri! you rates Murphy, J A guardian 305 acres.. f.10 Xall, Marthv .1 50 acres for 1S77-Rogers, Joseph P4(l " anil through th'kets on iipilltniloti. 3 lll'Wl,,,K "How arc the acrotiats and that class fnrt her Infiirmal ton, nililrevs, Takes t'IIWt Mntnliiy, Sept. 1st, IS71I. 5 15 O'lhicn, Katie. 1 Taylor, Win Henry 37 acres 3S5 acre I'. I. AT.MOltK, f 1. 1. A T. A. jicrfornicrs paid?" 0 30 of M.STHUT X. 10. Shepherd, Green R OS " Ijiui-vlllKy. THAssollrll ..... .... S :Wa. M. $."i0 to 100 cr week, according "From 5 75 " Leave Main StrtH't, Sncll, Geo W 100 $8 00 llcan, Curt 1) 400 aciis perHI ' " Owi'ilioro titiisil 7 05 to ability and the danger of their 350 " 0 liO Wakeland, Nancy " .... il (M Kelix, llurch 11 350 acres great many of " l'niillicr Crick lilt AY'S SrKCIFIU MEDICIM'. 4 75 formance. There are a " " " t sm Austin, W It 50 .... II 12 Siillicrlamt Mi.lkltl", George It 50 acres. " .. ! "J I ' 5 JI5 them to lie bud, always plenty on the " W W loo :t 13 Docker, Wright, Win 40 acres market, hut I always get the best," " TRADE MAKK. Thu tJrenl . pADE MARK, ' .... (i ti'X, " Rone, CC so . " item ...1U (HI It ley liikiuiiunfall-Iii- k "IXi downs receive o J)ISTI!I1-X;i.,i).,; tly.an " -- ..l is Tli'lit'imr s, "Clowns always command good insTltiri' N. 101878. eure for " 4 .HI ....III M " Llvvriiioie Chinn, Marv S5 acres s clown is and a rca'lly fill 35 ....10 ."il " Isluuil 15 Itean, Julius C& Co. I'.HI acres Martin. U'Wls 134 " " ....11 12 Mrmitl 0 00 worth from $110 to $175 per week, and l 50 Rroun, Albert (J HK acres ... " Pirtle, George C :t0 acres ....11 il " Snitli ('.irrollldii i .. " 3 75 Milne, such as Ted Alniont imorTcd! ami nil S N Cannon, .Mary K AriivcOwriislMiro Jiiiil-IIih...12 Ul M. ... Peak. James M J"S tllMenftUN that 00 who died recently, was earning more in .. 3 40 Crawford, Henry C 00 " fiiUiiu. tiu ii Sullcngi'r, Gco.U.13 " 0 10 the season." TIIAINS NOltTH 3 70 Cmwfonl, Granville 1(H)" Before Takba 'iccuff f xeir- - A ' m , . Sullcuger, Kleanor M 43aeixl 5 80 On advei'likhiv ho wiisiultcnaiie: 'I ill r. M. l.tiVM (ltvtailHivii Juiiolloii 0 00 Ctippage, Jas It ltni Stevens, Thomas M 140 " (Ml :t is 5 " "Ah!" Mid the giwit bhowiuan, with Smith t.irnilltiin tin 1 St.", Morris, Joel II KHI " Stevens, Alonzo h 45 ..,n 4f " of Memory, I'lilveisal Ijisxltmlp, I'alii inAse, Hack, Dimness of Vision, Premature OM " SO - 3 45 half a sigh, "advertising Is a heavy " siniuil Rogers, HlizaU-t" I (O " unl niniiy otherillseasesthatleuil lo Insanity I 7. S S5 drain, but then if I didn't advertise nixTuirrxo. I 21 Russell, John W 303 " " " or lousiiiupiioii, anil n creinaiure tiruve. I.tveriiiore I 12 " isiTKiill imrtlciilars In our phaiuiililet, whleli " - 5 30 wouldn't makeanything. My pictorial Tlclit'iior Itinns, Tohh; 'guardian ofStevens, !", Stevens, Thin J XI .1 (M " re ilestrt to ietitl free liy mull to everv one. already cost me " ltlli'y this year has .si) aer-S4 , '. IS " xo.hiiiii:xt'.stax m 187S, !M) printing hut niy newspaper bills amount i rTIlpSwoltlo Mislielne Is xolil hy nil Drus-uUno 5 . 'M (Kpcr, KlvisTl town lot " at St tier luickace. or vlx nuekuues for &. $5 My exiieiises on 4 S7 Ronner & Dutl'ey, 300aoius . Siiihorlaiul H.H'ker. Martha K 113 acivs i " or will Ihysent free liy mall on receipt of the 3 30 to a great deal mure. . " -- !.. " ti.iO.ul ji mi " -- ..... 4(1 Davis, Jas II 3 I'aiillier Crook innnej iiuunwsuiK me l iifryi Jones, MaryK 0 acre llip niil iii tli-i- t vear tiioiiMiii.-" Il 18 txi., L"j) 0,10 i ill slv iiimitlis Vrrlvi'Owi'iilMiro -. IH'jMit.... tiii.w .11 r.iiit-iIW Wells, Jerome R 40 kilail(-e" .. ii :i Main Slltt't' No. 10 Mechanics' Work, Detroit, Mich. XOXItlIli:XT'STAX Milt 1S7!. 4 the prollt was $00,(H)). -- Ctritimrf Sncll, Utsirge W 100 " sold in iiartrorn uuu everywhere nv nil t Suniliiy. Trains Dally S3 70 Hrrulil. wholeuile nml lletull UruunlstH. Dean fc RlackltK-- 3(KI acres IllSTllKT X. 3. K.ClILVKltllOIJSK.Siir.t. 13 OS Arbuekle, R II 10 town lots. Itnuch. lCd 10s 15 70 ( 3,5(K acres A I'ialu in Mt'i'iin?. 5 85 Rrown, Sain I)avcnKii1, John W UO.ncnw..! 1 !MI :oi.l i UIIXTH WANTKIl for llu H.- -Iltililcs 3 05 Rarrct, .skiihii iMi'lnrial llookHiunt I'air, John S50 acrt J " 7 !H 100 Giti:r.xsnrn(i, ivoondior 4, :CI M'ri'i'nt. Xahonai. I'cii, Prn'i risltu-r.S 40 Rrown, J H X f! SO acres I'lilkcrsou. John " 7 SM s.2m 3 S5 Rutler, John 100 At the colored Raiitisl Church the t'o.,St. Iiuls, Mo. Kulkcrson, W 15 30 acres 3 30 , " .. 7 05 R;irU'r, Geo 100 other nlaht. while the sisters wcie In J00 acres WrightpaMcx ; '5 00 Ronner & Dulley, 310 " shoi'ting that fjlltiTKUT xo. 3. , 3 00 dulging in the usual loud Currv, John IL170 parts, otic ! 13 05 makes niubt hideous in these tFU lIUKt , tt ....... 3 30 of the sisters, in her wild demonstra it .4 If. IJavis. I HrZ ,. . ., AJx'10 tions, struck an infant and knocked lAIXTKU'rl MA NTH I.! A fOMl'I.Vrfl' " .160 Dunn, Win 1.53 I latehiT,JauiiiiAV'l&)licri4. . Hi. ! hmuelies ol mother. The 1 Pit ACI si 5n liienn, RK137 " ....... " 0() from the arms of its that, and a reg- p:itntln, ,1i'..ICr.Hm'IllHtoilll of Alplinlictx .VI ivlits. Hook Attain s acres later, " 5 00 mother eould not stand 3 07 Green, John D 140 lor ralntcrs Ilrallulisiuc n, ,e.,.iiieeuix. iumii; Itotvv, 4 tcorfwK ft) aresr.....i.. g female tight ensued, of .vi'rnllnuil OrnamenU. JI. Watchmakers " 4 50 ular S 55 Hoover, George R 50 KichardiJdi, Tlitfs J (Slac'rtW..;. up the meeting in iliuch ami Jewelers' Manuel, "ilieeiitN. Soapmakeis' 4 15 which broke " 3 13 1 Union, W M 50 Mary 5 acres. Stitl. And now the Manuel. 'J." eenls. L'arncnterH' Manuel. 3 .'Ul disorder and confusion. such things Imp- Pnietlenl utile toalloiH'nitlonsciftlieTrii'le, " Hill, Alvin iiAirrMrrrVi iMSTitiiT. town authorities say if Illustrate! prlee.'iO ivnts, Wel.sler's l'ruetl-el- o 3 30 will lock up the church. 00 Jones, W W l.clti.r wrltor, iirlts An eent. Any if the Cliapnian, MomSA acres.. 15 licit again they " Mattingly, J DoO iirlee, alHivoselil on recelpt-o4 70 The sisters were lined tor thct' Smith, l !co W 3 :icn4 50 AI.KItKD WAItltKN. Ail.lrss, MitzeliUrg, lvatie 13(1 In the CiHtrhr-Joitrim- t. NoL'I'HVutral Avenue, Cliielnuall, II. ?.r.... 5o MurphevKlisliu 3(H " lTAXVOHilS78. Is a purely vegetalilo bitter and powerful , " 3 15 C 1. 30 tonic, anil is warranteil a ieeily and cer.$1 70 Morehe-ailAshford, Joseph 35 acres 5(1 A Misprrlnl Itolilifr Klllotl. 3 tain euro for Kcvcr nntl Ague, Chills Russell, X M 3 AxlfmaiiuT guardian hfDanic), 3 30 Smith, Thomas town lots...., anil Fever, Intermittent or Chill 3 30 !i3 acres '...r...' 30 acres.' I'cvcr, Itpiulttcnt Fever. Dumb Aruc, HopKixsvu.i.i:, Dee. 4. -- Ira Ctxiper 4 50 5 00 Whale ii, M K SO I'erloillenl or Illllous Fever, ami all Ashhv, Carv 50 acres were arrested I (HI and Samuel II. Doss, Jr Siiint agent Smith 30 " 4: Vm 05 " malarial tlUortlers. In miasmatic disUratcher, yesterday for robbing u store and hum-"iu- u ' tricts, tlio rajiiil pulse, roatetl tongiu, fffffll ' " 5 45 Wilson, JohnS 1!I7 -ItRickeii, Win 50 Jlarmocy drove church hi this 5 00 thirst, lastnile. lass of ap(ietitp, ialn in Whittinghill, K II 3!0 " 1 uj il lltirdou. Mariah so .acres.,....., hue uiulcr arrest ami tlm lutck anil loins, ami coldness of tlio 3 00 county. " ILLUSTRATED. 4 10 Wilks, J V KHi C 12 acres... Daiigherlv Mary hi a cabin, some unknown party siilne anil extremities, are. only promonl-tlon- s 7 55 nosrxi: 1S70. 'I'iionias UHl acres Kmli.'y, tit severer symitoius whleli termintlretl a shot through a crevice, mortally 1 lino", John 100 acres. 3 40 Axton, Jas Tguar.3tl acres S3 55 wounding I)o.ss. Cooju'r was brought in tlie ague jaroxysni, succeedcil by "SluilyliiK tlio subject otijeetlvely nml from ate lever ami protuso per9iiration. 4 35 Allen, V P agent KHI Hopkins. I'wis D 73 acres to this city, in charge of a body of arniisl the eiltieutlonal ixiint of view socklm: to. 4 John-sin- . 3 00 men. and' IimIuisI in J it il. Doss is nUnit .t.tn.l.... ...1.1.. I. ...1..... iiiii'Ki'iiii't , ...Oil. John 1) 40 ' n in in' Runlen, .Marian so itie in.ii in, ii. i a ii-It U a startling fact, that quinine, ar1? SO Jonag-an- , 3 75 twenty-eigM 75 John Cniiii, MikeJ30acres years of age and Cooier of the most hervlee to theIflareest uumlierhutI senic, anil other ,ioisonoui minerals form loiiKiiKO tliat, I tsiuM have 4 Ml 5 45 alKiut" thirty-fou- r. ? Kuykentlall, KleiniliKt50 acres " The former lias one work foru puhlle llhrary, I would sehet tlie IkisU of most of tlio " l'evcr onil Ague ralnl'atrieic loo 4 40 4 70 liccll out of the penitentiary about a a eoniplcle t if Ilarper's Monthlies." " Preparations," "Specltlcs," " Syruiw," rawionl, t! K300 Kuvkcnda!!. Martha 100 " 4 SO Kirkhain, W A U0 and "Tonics," in tlio market. The prep3 00 month, having Ihi-" Morgan, S I) 110 acres conllnisl in that CiiAr.i.K.s Klt.vxria A hams, Jr. 4 40 M vers, J A Vr J W lsi " Its eontents are etiutiihuteil liy the most arations made from tlieso mineral poisons, li 75 delightful place three limes. I'txiper has Itcnfro, James 40 acres ami artists of Kuroo altliouU they are imlatalilc, anil .may 4 7Q Rugg, J F 15 acres 3 (5 licenout of the iKiiitentiary about six eminent, authors the low experleliee ofniiil " Uenfro, Kiliaii 50 acres.. Amerie-.iIts while hreak tlie rltlll, tlo not cure, but leave the 3 75 Muqiliy, J A guar. 4 50 mouths. Jimr-lt- d puhtlshers hiiK lniule them Ihorouuhly Ralcv, Man' A 50 " Special to the Lbiirirr malarial and tlieir own tlnig poison in (i 75 with theileslresof the imhlie, which tliu system, producing nuinism, dizziness, Stewart, Willis H 100 acres- I. HAUTl'Oltl). uy will spaie no effort to frailty. 5 10 rinsiiis in tin ears, lieailaclie, vertigo, anil Stewart, AVm J 03 acres .$3 30 other "disorders more formidable than 5 SO Jlcnnelt, Titus Iec. ill " Stevart Riizel II SO " .. " . 3 30 tlio disease they were intended to cure. 5 70 Duke, John ailiu'r Whnl Nliull ni'ilo ullli Our Sons. Sorrels, John K 1(K) " A vku'r Aock Cukk thoroughly eradicates 3 40 DlSTItlCT XO. S 1870. The vol u mr-.- of the MiiKiiztne lieln with Thomas, Sallle A 100" these noxious poisons from the system, Give them a Kood education. Teach the Xumliers for June nml Deeeinher of each and always cures the severest cases. It 4 40 Thomas, Dixon 5(1 " .S4 00 It will Arbuekle, Iigan 115 acres no to lie brave, strong, true. Teach year. When that time li peelthsl, wWhes lie contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing 7 35 Tilfonl, Jem- - M 3011 " ,. 3 50 them to the Miliscrlher ioo tines, Hem to rttipeet women and treat them he!in with the current Xumlier. " t.J..'.S...-..'..'3.')that could injure the mast delicate paTtxiiiN, J ItNl " .. 3 70 them W J. 140 as their equals. Teach them to lie pure 4 80 James, tient; and its crowning excellence, above Wilson Joseph H 00 " .. 1 SO jacKsou, its certainty to cure, is that it leaves the In thought, deed and action, to despise .. 4 (i5 " Leach, John M !Ki riystfiii in free from disease as beforo tlio DISTllItT xo. 8. meanness and falsehood. Teach them II A Kl'lilf.S l'KIt IIIUItIA IX. .. 4 35 " loo Miller, Jane attack.' and ashamed of lie $4 00 Martin, W X ag't. 300 " I 00 llunress. Joseph 11 30 acres. .. 4 50 to way to love HAltPKK'S MAG A.INi:, One Year 1'or Mvcr Complaints, Ayeu's Aoi'E llaize, Henry, agent, K 11 100 acres 3 75 Scott. Sarah 300 " ,. 5 00 idleness. Show them the " HI ' HAUPKIPS WKKKI.Y, nature, to love the sunshine, exercise hi CruK, by direct notion on the liver and 4 80 Taylor, Permelia A 30 " Iturdcn Gabriel 70 acres. " " 4 OJ .. 1 00 HAltl'KIfS biliary iipiarntus, drivs out the poisons the freshairaiid honorable work. Tench TheTlIItr.K llA'AK, 3 80 Brown, Commodore P 35 acres .. 1 00 piihllcations, tmug, w s which produce these complaints, and them to hate tobacco, rum, all strong " 3 SO Culbertson. llobe 1)50 10 10 One Ye:ir stimulates tlio system to a vigorous, 1'OlIIISVII.I.- ldrinks, and to love fruit and simple 10 l, J)uvall,.am One Year"- - 7 W) healthy condition, Any TWO foods. Teach them all the virtues, none 4,80 Jlale. Armstrong, ng't" Craddoek lJauglicrt, yernitst. ill of the vices, ami they will, when you lIAm'KnSYOL'NtJl'i:ol'LK,OneYeaj Vo warrant it when taken according " 31 4 SO Gilst&pTPM'W) inl"W t'ftf 10 fll llfiT''' III the fill. if to directions. . Ml are old and ready to depart, liso up mil) 7 45 Wilson, John S lOOneres JiotlgC, K St ifr. in OtHuthi. call you blessed. 5 30 HiKiiis, Thos J 50 Ill'lOItli. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., 4 40 Hoskius, Joseph T 75 ,..S0 30 150 acres Ijindruni.Reii F Prartlrm! anil Analytical CheniLti, !K) 3 James, Joseph F 50 Kniolloiinl Insnulljr. A complete s5ct of 1Iaki'i:ii Maiiazins;, Lowell, Mass. ItOCKltlltTTAX Milt 187!). 4 SO James, Thos F50 comprising 10 Volumes, in neat cloth hlmlln'. SOLI) BV 1U, DRl'CQISTS ETXRTWUIRI. 50 will ho sent hy express, frclcht nt eXKMise of 5 00 Ashbv, Sallio A 77 acres Ijuvtou. John J 0 AxsoxiA, CT., December 4. 'S. jkt volume. purcluther, on reivlpt of .. 1 00 0 00 Roll, Klizjiliejli W 1 town lot Mi'llcr.Jaincs-" lilt T l, A man named Upton returned home voIuiul's, hy mill, ... 3 05 drunk and throw at his wife a lighted Kindle tuso", for lilmllnc, :K rcnt, liy St tw. 4 .oO. V' Paxton, KlizaJ? 50 f mall, Cloth I a 00, Cainpflelti, A J adiu'r 105 acres... 5 85 lamp, 'which fell into the cradle and ixist.patil. P.;rter,AVJr7!j ,.- - 3 75 i(KI .Same njrt uamnneui uvrvn RanrroVj Seth P tw Ueiulttauees shouht Iw made hy chilli was burned to death. The Ttrit4 .,. 1 35 their in endeavoring to save the child Money (inlcror uraII,to avolileliioieeor loss. n.,..i Rauney, Junfcs'Js lDO" wife JUIIIf r..ilT.i riUTOIiB'q IiTTEn Ijcnaoiutoit; ... 5 45 was probably fatally burned. a ' .....,1 60 FuUiersou. John S SO " Robertson, Mary 35 .Vriii noix or ih( in i)nu Ihl niifrhViieto " ... 3 10 " '...UliTA Siiiiie agent 40 Joseph tillioul Ui uiili vrtU a ItAlieKH X lino's, Jis a StamLirJ lrWaily Jl?mcdy for f! ... 4 30 " " Rogers. James 50 Fulkcrson, YV R 30 lstaaea of tho Liver, Stomach , Aihlres-- s IIAItl'KKis DltOTIlKHS, "Auy burglars hi this town?" a Iniv. ... 3 70 1 SO Fulkerson, John R 10 " " Shultz, Mary F 35 New York City, N. aud Bowels. It is Purely villager In West eiuie!j.ec. ... 3 DO eller asked a 7 30 Stevens, ILiunah A450 1sT urgeraoii, Alary too . Vegetable. It never inere " .... 3 00 "Well, no not now, stranger, Furgcrson, W T 100 Stevens, R H guardian i!13 tf.l. " ?DehilitfttiTt in . ... 1 15 was a couple of them here last uprlng, " 3 50 Grant, HlixaU-t- 48 Smith, W A 3 .taA m hut one night they broke Into the edi" ! 5)3 llinton, H I) ag't Hunt 100 acres, ... 3 75 Shields, Quint C 105 jCatharticand ... 3 15 tor's house and starved before they could Sot acres 5 30 Hill, Klizalicth 3 Taylor, Win Henry 3S acres ?El 41UUIQ Kk " 9Sf IV. ... 1 00 get out." " .... Turns, Sihis R 103 Jones, X'liicy 15 ... 3 45 " . - to Alelton, win on iiiiams, vuiiienue o-mm w mmjr v.ks 00 4 75 Olaughliu, 1 town lot Wallace. Jauns, F lix) " mm m "w-wThe votiuif man who is cold, and who . DO 1 " Young, Wm 40 - 3 :tt) hns no iiionev to httv himself an over Rowe, Gamer I3 acres.... w wtir. .B :i Mm ltoano W C air't lVneiiirloltKtaeres WiT W coat, Is trying to llguro out how much DIST1IRT Xt. !). Tm. MM.iW 4 l iu.V02Ir,eVvV., 4 80 lie lias spent lor cooling tinnics iiuriug Tiehenor, Win It 1 town Jut,,,,, 70 TtHiley, Thomas till aerej,., Ashby, Wyatt M 43 acres.- ..,. -- Jo tliosiiti)ir, 'Ph(isui total iiakcshhii e.w ,niii s.1 .to ih Barnard, Luther T 1 town lot.. - 85 Williams, I'.iizain'iu u town lots-.- .. i i.j sl'Iye-- , . 3 !5 WieKlllle, iis, Same 1877 1 town lot , . 3 05 Same 18704.towil lot...5 Our dear son (Justay lint his life by Jiiini; Wiull acnil.:...! Ciol fur Zt'iiu. ft- - 'ftVi falling from the spin of the Lutheran SK! acres .- .- 4 iHl flv.iN Duke, Nancy mm mm . II' .lliVj.HI Only those who Unow the .- .- 4 05 Daniel, Krvin M st) acres we Church. the steeple can measure the Oursuliseriliersall endoiso what 1 (il acres- dentil tif ... 5 1 D.iuiis, W have said about those who Uirrow the height of our Oiiinm .- .- 3 05 .Same, ndni'r. 118 " mm mmw mm u .f ii' Some of our business men say of a German Nampitprr. SO " ... .. 3 50 'lime. Felix, Amanda busy when the iaier 1" ,. 1 30 that if thev are Sarah to one that some Iunihtiy,-Fewt4ll3- 0 4 :to conies in. ten ehanee ucres....... CT. Never use fast words. It may not al, iof ViO tlend-liewill nick it no and take it ott'. s pa-lwwilji-- HO tlo you. like ways lie agreeable. "How Suivessor to 30 and thev never tret toseeit. .Subscribers my boots, loveV" exclaimed a youthful m . BLitrruB county tell us (J 00 in tlltlerent parts tif the Stevt'rtSThoaw JOSEPH MITCH BLL, yMiM is read every wcck li- bride. "Oh, they're immense," replied SleveiiVAtmnr1I?stiUr.r.;..S?... 5 00 that tlnr partner of her joys; and helmd the nearly livery-- family hi the county. thu .Mannfaclurer of : 1 85 Sulleaiger, Jileanor R (1 " llrst matrimonial fainting away as the eaen " 0 10 They wy that tlo uojiy ol lWtmi, W F 50 result. T 1 5-- s Kichanl.-sm.Thos.-! ti!l acres $" I'l Rowe. Geo W 50 71) 2 " TtKilev, Thomas 75 22Z Tichcnor, Augelinc, 50 " ltone,WCMag'tlVremgloli(iarns 7:lii " lllllilMthtnwli..... Trilns run dally. The Siilitrli's l' Circus mm. 10 TruliK make ioe tsiniK-rtloIx'twocn ! of the etui's- - Louisville inn! tVt'cllnn. "How are the. it- - iKiriiinu. 11' sO 'fi1 l'l:ln (KTioriucrs, .ur. (K) "wen. i pav inv ik'si rioer?nia uay, Suiidav nc udctl: that is S7(K) a week. J. M. DOOM. AkciiI llravtr Dam. ti.'" 1 l 4: 0 10 KAI&4 HOUND said that morethail I.envu ElirnUr'tlilowii. wish . one hundred ballots were voted In the l.oillvillr t " late election which were returned as de " Itoavrr Hani fec'IIVt', and should have liecn counted ' Noitonvlllc.. tor Mr. Potter, and on others Clarksou I'rliu ildii . ArrlVfPmlmiili X. Porter. Republicans sav that the lloiiklnsvlllf canvassers cannot go liehind theconnty " Nnlivlllt'....... returns, and that it will he necessary for ' llriiilrrson .. Owi'UxIhiio Mr. Potter to apjR'al to the courts. bold that the canvassers' Democrats TIIAINS IIOU.M) K.sr. must count for Clarksou X. Potter all I.ciiM' l'liiliiuili ' l'rliiei'tii votes that were plainly intended to lie Xalivlllp fast for him. Hoskiii's npiarent " Hitpkiiisvlllc . is said to lie not more than SO. " UiMiilersoii The'lVmocrats say that if the ballots " Xoituiivllli' " l)tv'iilwiio rclcctcd as defective are counted for Mr. " ltoavcr Potter he will be elected by 30 majority. ArrlfCvllii D.im " Imlivlllf Siccialti .St. I.oiti Jtcjtitliticaii. Quickest & Shortest Route TO It Is s:IU MW WW . , i: . Jti ' Al.h POINTS 1 rw-elli- llnL" .'lk" I'. . :ta. "J. iHi " :i:lu ' 7:l " 1:10 " (I'SI H":" " " NORTH dp EAST, . o.m.v iTiiB8pwBBMBBSfe Unfile 3 Shortest uoi'TKTO t.: en a.mji: or llTever .Fail ! .Never Fail ! .Never Fail ! UTever Fail! IX 'Al(N. LITTLE ROCK, SHERMAN, A. M. COMPANY'S PASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMERS Leave Howling Green lor Kvansville and all jKiints on Green river every Wednesday and Saturday nt !) a. in.; returning, leaves Evaii3ville every Monday and Thursday, at 3 p. m. Through rates from Louisville to all points on Green river furnished by the L. tfc N. K. R. Co., or at the office of our company, Bowling Green, Ky. E. 11. SEELEY, Secretary and Treauicr. JNO. A. ROBINSON, Genertil Superintendent. ISTever nam . M. 11:111a.m. s;i " " r. DALLAS, FORT WORTH, AND AM. POINTS IN Fail ! STever Fail ! Hever fail! ever Fail ! ever Fail ! j ... asii e. N. .s::a..m. i:" i. trSc! HrJI TEXAS AND ARKANSAS. " " tiii: mi. i:rr itm rirro Memphis, New Orleans Wever Fail ! .Never Fail ! CrooV Is ALEXANDER'S HOTEL NEW TJIHOUGHOUT! I;, t t e, REFITTED & REFURNISHED IN ELEGANT STYLE. Xcer Fall can heJcIie. Ciuok't Nerer Fail eutrt taraeb. Orook'i Fail curea toothache. CruoV'i Xercr Fail eurea jawaeha. Oruok'a Never Fail eurta neuralgia. Cuiol'a Kertr Fail eure rheamatiim. Cruok'e N'ter Fail eure colic. Cruok'a Never Fail earn eramp-eoliCrunk'a Never Fail cure diarrhea. Crook' Never Fall curt Nrr M PREPARED BY t'rou-IIU'kiii- COR. MARKET AND SEVANTJl STREETS, C. CROOKE 6l CO PINK HIM., KV. R. A. ROBINSON & CO.. ARTHUR PETER & CO.. Ioiii.ivUIe, Ky. SoM in sil-arit- Hrst-cla- 1 Iioulsvlllo, FARE $2 00 PER DAY. si Skloxi-trci.clc.y- . '. 1 1 Hartford hy GRIFFIN & BRO I s Cniw-lllt'km- -- U PROPRIETORS- - -- '01' ni' .t-.o.- s 888888888 5.-- cxi-op- USEFULBOOKS l5o-siic- t, , wool-nullin- STJlB 8 I THRNEW :1 Ague Cure 5 1 . K-- ll ieso. HARPERS FAGAZINE con-lliu- 8 iif 1 .f...... .f.. ht SHONINGER'S NEW IMPROVED snzx vauzs isa cc.uxt. O . Mfg. Co. Wheeler O -- ii nt ORCHESTRAL AND 1 GYMBELLA ORGANS CO. WtTNT'S Sift IQ4KT Mm UW CeTt. tlbrmertu Dr. OxtUft Ahiv Air.) pnpMwoa a Ttnuoii me world for ua warn ranMy in 888e88 40 Agent, O 132 1KBJT FtHT.rH ilREZT i W:isc & 8 8 8' Kr. m 8. J. T. IGLEHART. s . He BALDWIN & Call lUwutt. unilei-stiHK- 0 er to these iitidrimienU. They combine the most iimiortuut chaiiKeH In btylcs the attention of every organ buy iihovc-mune- il .."i J nuove-nuinei- "I1... jiost-pali- Post-Olll- M-4- 5 P5 50, and novelties in design of cum., also im provements for tlie protection or tne in struments. Each organ contitiiis book closets ami x new device for closing the pedals'iinil keeping out mice. Tlie cti.se. is ot isiacK ainui, me lveys of Ivory and the Sharps Ebony, the Wind Chest and souiidiug or reed board are made by a peculhir process to that tliev win not cracK, siinnic or uwen. Iluviutr taken the nianaeement ot their sale for the States of Ohio, Tlidimm, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia, we oll'er these Iiistrtimeiits at whole sale or retail nt lrpeJ tm.t vill enable niiwim-- w iy a iiiuriiusu-I- v nunttrei made and reliable Otoiu, hverv Shoiiinger Organ ip fully wtirmntfU for live years, ami is uuurunieeti to give satisfaction to the purchaser. .SKNI) FOK DlSCltllTION AND I'KICB), nimteetc. ana AU Klataay, , Utis n Mary aaiaemm. tha hlahaat ardar in nraof oX Of these itaumenta. BarFor tne cure of Blakatas, call for War nera (tafei filabelM Care. and tha aarrnr tha cor or Brlsht'a alhai ORUANK A.VB PIAXOK. i New Depakture IX THE aaa UterCue.e. aiaraaea. call lor SITTERS. 1 1 Is th e best Blood PaiUa--. and tlm niatM every function to more healikfol acUon, U lllu.. UCU.UI ill Ml UUCUC1. It curea aMra AUoeu awl other WktU lerMs erV tloaw and lJUeaaes. Includlns cerm, and other More. WARNER'S SAFE Organ Trade BY Drapvpala. Wnkaaat tMieaaieu . W CoaaUawiton. Ilealwa. aaho aral lay, eta, are curaq WyTEa al Itlia aneqaaieq aa wi apiiauxasana reaniar tonjo. ;IC1iiii airja;pnGeaaayawan4aMax tinrm. Dil llitaa Ita. 1. 1 elres Bteat and Maea lot ha nfltrlna. enrea Hcadatclaei. and Xetat alalia, prerenta KDtlaatlc! Vita, and reliavealilarvi tratloaa browhi oa by axceaatv drlBk, over. wnrlc. QantaJ ahoclca. and othar cai rowarrui aa tl la to atop pain, and aootaa Nerve, it naver Injnrea ttia irauai, vrhethar taken In amall or larve doaaa. DotUcjor twoaiiea; prices. We. and (LMV. Qaielcly WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE HI It fiL terU tlTtr. Ara an Immediate and active atlmalna tor t and cure CoaUveaaaa.BjiinaaH.lC be used whenever It bowela do o ireeir anj wtwtlll. Vila. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS BlUHI&yia- - t ' I). II. 11AI.DWIX A CO., 13S West 1'oiirthNt., riNCINT'ATI.O. raaa. Kalaria. lever aad Aiaa. and aaoal4 KwieMi. jaataaa SHar. ostJ Maf.Ml. .. - 13 tt Vk mr ictntest guttle Running Thready -- Self JflBMBBSaP,y a)a,lrTeUaaaJa. leipiod to en- cneructlc irri'Ti in a iiliHijuinL anil nrollt- 1 liniiliitut. floral men nlili. will tlml thla a rare clianr Cunva-ssers $4 - w A Umlteil Kuiuber ofnctlve ' grief--Obitu- r S:iino,n5iL'r "r 0-- ut C. XR7"-A-IJ,T,02- Sr, Zm I .iB Y. r il rent8tt TheBeStTrytheWorld. a il JJ ".uuiLii.jip.n.v.ct III TO MAKE MONEY. Sucli will pleiise nnitwer tltU ml YMi lament uy lent-r- , eiirioMint: main p. hit Ivl'-- tl"tui; wnat niiKintw iney mo nam Kw but tlitrHi UstUcsa ovd apply. Aililrr, Wall iHlej Miuex Sc Co., ATLANTA, iaia. 1 Jl '0 ..-.- MAU1IMt.lU. INCINNATIjO. IlealizinK the fact that there are hun dreds of parents who would be glad to give their children a musical education, could they afford to purchase for them a good instrument at a reasonable price. we nave tieciueu ioscu Bve nunureu nne Cabinet Orgaas oa the folio wins; teraaia : Wo will But the urke of tbe OnaVM. dawn to 980, and purchashers can pay $1(1 etuh. and the remainder we will divide up Into small monthly paysaeBU of $4 each, which givea the puitaaer one year and six months to pay the remain der. neao iniBK wnat a Kavutg or thirtoea cent per day wiH tte far yew chlklren. The above (kgawan made in rlrvt cksoi style and of class material. The cases are of solid black wal nut. They have two fall sets ef txUs and seven stopn, three of which rua alk tne way tnrougn, maKing' tnem oua! p organs of other makes. Thtr to yatTaPley keys are or pure ivory, for five years goett with rara raan. Penona outside of the city who Sea It inconvenient to call at oar warerooms can have a circular coataVateg cuts and full tlertptioa ttent tbesi on appllca-tio- u. IVnons desiring Pianos can obtain them from t at price and on terms equally aa goou aa oa urgas. SI of the purchase money on organ), ou niunoti saved bvsavlnz voui ami naw thu offer In the Hartford HeraiDv. ftt a ten-sto- D. H. BALDWIN 1 C0.s jaiinef, J aincs llRi Woodward, W T 77 ,r " 1878. ..-.- $4 G1 7 JO HI lHIKonii dilinl, JamftS'100 acres ... 0 30 ... Chlnri, Elijuliim 41 ..... 5 SO Ficklcn, Roliert 73 !l 30 " Hoover, KC13U 5 50 " Jlenry, Joim u I'M 7 00 " Harris, Win 0(1 4 00 " Marshall, Win 73 3 IX) WKijhvarti, K C guar, 09,"., jiAirr'wnT JH78. ... $4 00 aercM lUrtlett, WW 08 5 00 Ciiapnuin, Moscx33 10 05 Forti, W W 330 1 s 0 50 honl, John li Hoover, Sam F50 84 rsoo Hamilton. Geo W Hines, John 117 r"!;ri4 1 i 4 00 30 Lake, James S li 4 (J5 McCoy, John Jt 40 ' i 3 Rhodes, Sam 30 .' 4 30 Rhodes, Ben 43 Ralph, Sam 75 5 3' it 4 Sharji, Isaac 00 il 58$ SamueLi. Walter 75 3 80 .Smith, Geo W 30 .SmUh,-A.tlu- of four rjvo famlllesJ, until It Is worn mi, Ruwsun- beni are thgs (inpiseti on liy iieopio win are too mean or stiniiy to WKeiiie na- per. We request our hiiljserlliers to refuse to jeutl their pajien hereafter. It Is an imposition on them, and cheats ns. If your neighbor has not enough indeoendenee. enterprise, lilierality or sense tt take the 77ie.let himtlo with out. Tell hhn that If they, want tlie oanerto htibserilie and ouit aiiuoylnir thW w ho take it and pay for it. iDo hot I iniiiosttj on smy I'l'iuer Uy till class tif "shysters" ami ile!irleatH." Mudtiionvtlle1 J vnet. kik-s the round !' tsHour.n have no oli)ectuiij to nit. t Oil and Water Tanks, (i il, wiru'n reiHiilng,1' all Utjcullonatp huslmud, "If It wuro not thu- fact that 487 Main Stiver, In'tween 1','tli nml Mtll when she reigns she U so apt to l(irill - STEAM B0ILirRSf UJUIHVILItK, KV. " Ini All L ive: 80 FMrtk Ate., iMisiWf, nvi.w m m mmm w also." aop S Hoxkymoon Ct)UUTmtl-rt- . A bridal couple from Washoe Valley at break JlcjMiiriiHj promptly ttttemlnl lo. 4.V.I111 fast at Iteno conversed as follows He "Shall I skin you u pertater. honey.'" Kin. "Xti. thank youdtury. Denver I llUVt Olie already skim." -- . 7J M wum C ui kTKAM' MAma:.) VEIL D.P.Faulds TI1KCRIUT (rsacB mil. Invigorato: haa been uftedS Vf'!t', r Taylor, Win F83 JlIsTltttT xo. 31878. Annls Jack W 10 . acres .... ...$4 40 ...... ...15,38 ,BijiWn,.luie;Hri'43v " ... 6 00 Brown', Ieuiac S 3 town Jots h W. 1 town lot ... 3 30 ... 4 3." ( Benton, John 8 acres Bleviu, John A 1 town lot .. acres Bunch, 'Ed It 110 500 CamplieJdM V 151 " ' .' .Uell,-.lizauet- il X5tf " the The Jfew York juiikts Kvep the Moot b Mint. nnirriageof Mr Watson to Mis-- Watson. ought 'TJidinllueiiceof nasal respiration on My Watsons Chron tele.to follow this ila. theJiAi"-li- a Illustrated by Mr. Oennie u i ilon CatllnrirThis history ofoortll Ameri can Indians." Anionic "OOO.lMio liiuians sj he found not one who was deaf or fltfT breathed through the mouth, except iium it and In the three or four IMIALKMV lVO.t74jvr in dlreot tw Ulrn memory of the chiefs of the trilies not oIil thd it te. A rclUM oiio case of deafness could be reineiu-le- r to have occurred. This is 1 SO vifc.wivi."(ii t on trUl. tu Ui rtnri ui o. liv ilw H!)ther always closine; 5 00 the moutli of tlio uhUj WljPHtiVcr it atKnrnnieA VTl Mr.Dii iahiii,, 9k urrni iiiuirj & Arch. ILil'A.l'. S.W.Cor.loUt tempted to breathe throujfh li, 5 .t announec -- pe .lit MM',ww Mi J ' ti ni in m ; r U n knnn nitsa inoiowir. Hi i1 f u umui.B. oiMrnsn' I m for more than 85 years' with unprecctleutetl i.' rf-ult- and by the public' in my practice! ksn'cn Aphrcdbiic, X 165 Fourtli Stwet, Srx.inelotpfjjH LOUISVHJxE, KY. . ooU, 7 ocxcx at Spleiullil it ii a nnwanl. KoaeateMMl. T 3 octaves, Nplendltt 8170 untl npwarda. IIIIlJllSi tnktx aatlkv ata, dlmneM. tana. Uoa and luw kFiiu, Hop lHttr. relr ou "Keail of. procure Itioi liltura. and and Toil vltl ne trona; keJUtT and happy. "Ladlea, io yon ttranr, want tn heatUir and beautiful? Then uh nop lilttera. TTie creatcat ap. Crtlxer. aluuiaeli, Hrer irc-UtltopWticrV Sexnal Dipi! nt pini.i.uriu.Tiu.ut annrwnui miuii MiwrouicciTT . iTuii-iTtriux- X certain and prompt cure PIANOS! at for Epermalorhca, Impot ence, Xertoua Debility,,. all leraosemtnta tt prw aBroim-row- n Kerroaa Sjitem; lacb Weak Vcroory, llelanrlioly, Lou of Manhoo4 ralna In tlie Ucad and Back, PeblUtr, ATenton tl Uoclcty apd miny otlu-- r dlieiwa tliat lead to Con tuUloni, Paialjtla. LpIIfpay, Conaumpllon, Iruani rr ill ba fop a caae faaa Bo Hlttera wist not. aara orbeip. - CATAR AUVri CT. of I.auifTille. K. lUrrtn t. e. Il.tllE, J. AVKK Ky. MeLrincaKj A. AUim or deaf-mute- s, DENTIST STKKirr.ovcr Seott's Jewelry Store, PALLS KAY & CO., OIT"S" cd TOBCCO WAREHOUSE Owuxsuoito, Ky. tiliicM . Ij.fulcIJe. IconipaiiylDg , 'k. BUI m f',iinj0cl(j, A J 007 " The suhlect of couventatlou at an was thel evening ,. f inf.... entertainment iicioni liueiiigeuee oi iiuiuiais, i.n.If....1..l.. ui "There are dogs ilogs. .SaysSinith: tjjat fhave, more sense than their mus- I so,'' resiKinds young ter." 'I'vp gift that kind or a dog 5 85 myself. 1 Vllz-nfKxll- u. I Proprietors. 401Maln St., bet. 10(k and 11th TiOUlSVMif.K. and com lie direction! In circular ao each ackapr of medicine. Thla tpccillc Ii told ly all drucehta at II 1 pack or tlx ackaa-rfor ti, or will b acnt free b) ace man upon receipt ol price. Add It'll, Ma-Cr-tr 'HIS iG&i&SWSrJZl U III IS-t- m m a rutifLU luriuunutttly. I muihi it Un tlu of my eelebrnttI rtimwly i) If It K II tiUii "' " HAY A CO., KAI.I.S CITY IIOUSK." ferentwlio hikI lae thvtr 1. P.H. "irr.w. ll.Armen.lt, fori.ilv.,rii..rt. ira-SliSStill, ottlce, a'n.1 made f''"f Hco.,t.tH.'tcl with friends of Olilo wo.il.t lteinittnnt'fM reserve Prnniiitly. Auction Salca II r. II. U. lie iilcastil to have his Dully, with County lil.l to sell, ' No. 1st Pearl st.. New York. taill tin lilin tlieie. v.VlK-t- f ' rvtr " -- gi;!ir..U.af0rW.,rU,an..,.ae.,,n Wwt. 'I'Iio Mud t'omiilutu tiiiiinil . In in.. KY I YTO IKPICINE No. tifl CO., Cliatlinm St., Pittsburgh, Mar. your U.U. PVR TT7PT N I appllca n4 ' tlnn. Ftno Italian, 'lpllnvwlU casanil bow, at $3.90 unit npv,anl. Vine (Inltam, with euaei at tLM ami upwanl. Fine Aeconleona, vr ltlt two sots or lteoils, at from 3:. and upwaru. .Music, I Musical Pa, MAlllokinds of.Strlnirs, Jtc- Instrument, oaiea Ian u. llotikx, - at lowest wh iiloiruerJ .Spleuditl IitNtrameiata. wltk Htas, at 1 ru III 90'J.tiu nuu 11 i w 1. m. ..1...;.. Tl .. visiiii. V "- J lllV9Vlllli.lll 11!.. .....1 IW... ura Cllllv warranted by their makera hM uurwlf. The p prlceii Riven are very tax cash. Cat nt tlione prlct-- (5i ttji Mv.HI vl: upon mniUhvtl ORGANS CVi .?eiS,'M P;?Vn.,rlu ih "Baa Better baSda atreaaaheaa and eVaMnaawj treat MM Seat 4aaO tirii klada cored Ror TTae aw. tal Vat. nary cmapTamta at all bxHoaintiaea COraai aevaaaaeataa' nunil tne eweeteet an.lneat.AaK Cera I 1 I m tonatea. Liver, tad Clerzrmea. tiaraeva m Itora. llank. to a:l otaere. era aaa jjMiiea neca xTapsHta. Hop lilttera dallr." D.I.C.l.aaakeoJata "Hop Btttera haa veaad Irreatatabla car ctored to aobrtctv and for draakeemeaa. maa perfect wrecKa mat aMon. tobacco aad health, trumltitamparancc. aadaarcotlca. mm vera, Her Pit far , mm aaaSaTaaaaal mrmmmw Taaaa aVaaaaH aaaaaaM --J"BeeeeTi Zaaaaal RR PI Ar.Ts U..I any mastcal tntrument forwardeU tjn 1 rewipt or II 1 St?fiM!mm&X. '' ' WM I eftHH 'HAKTFOnP, KY. J fV-I- y OTt1 aHaHHa 1H M Hi1 ' 1 1 in'l ""I., I'll mil 'i '1V1I I'll1 mil Ml 'f .r. lie" tw hill'. 'HI i'1 I'Mili iMHtlUliiliHlllilili"! if' "1 i1! nil 'Win H m ' "a Ih I I'll tri HI 'ii. mm III 'n iin III HI ,'iiui lilM'f ' ; I n-vi' r B'i I' IW rFlWl MU W'PIWHII Hm i", iwPuf. r Hiillll t.i'i llil 1 'M'ifmtm mmU mimM4tmlumuiimfifmmmmmmf mmW lnaa I aatWMal mt tl Will Ma M l'M 1 I ! mm aaWIII I m mm i