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" COMJJ, THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE THE WEEKLYHERALD MUST ALWAYS BE PAID IN ADVANCE AND IS AS FOLLOWS: WE DO JOB WORK 01' THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." OlIlM'opjr Olio Year One Copy Nix Month. Sl.no. .. EVERY STYLE AND KIND! OnnCopy Fonr Months .73. .1.00. post-offic- fVi employ skilled workmen, und our ities urn therefore supeilnr. 1111:0111:11 linvn the. best ihi'iwmiiiuI type, facil- VOL. XII. liu has told iiiiMiimti, Mr. Smith 'w me i !" Mih. Otliorut1 was in despair. "You aie throwing it fortune, away !" die eiled. "Oh, wnit, nt least until George conies, and then eomp'ire him with jour lover 1" "No one can compare with my lover in mi eyes," cried Hello, bravely, "Deareht mitnima, do not grieve. You had tlio bent of references with my you (leoige (Mr. Smith Is 'George' know his ri'Hpcctiibllily and worth are vouched fur. He ha, rllllluieiil means toM'curo your comfort ii, well as mine, anil I love him. Oh, dear mamma, I love him dearly, and K licit love better than n for til in!'.'" Mrs. Osliorni; could not gainsay her. "Make her as happy a, my nephew would have made her be to her as Km ill n htisimnil us I mu Mile George would have been uml I shall not regret her clinlee," hlio said to Isabel's bride-groofleet. "After nil, unless Miiiio accident has happened to him, George ha, only his own neglect to iil-- HARTFOKD, KENTUCKY, MAY 19, 1880. your resolutions, as if every vote I chalCOMMONWEALTH'S DOCKET. lenge were expunged. JInyTi"i'm,lNM(. llinillSlltllTt OM.MITICUTIIINI ITH Secondly, the result cannot be afoiiki ciucuit I'oritr. iini:i.i on iti:nuti, fected by expunghfg otherwise than to Increase my majority. MAY 21. KIKST Anil iIiiiIki' I.lltln lliitlnu I'urrliil Ills Thirdly, Mr. Owen and his friends 1271 Common wealth vs. Tlioinns Wright. I'iiIiiI, llii llnrn tn InlriiiliKi! I'mnT are hrre complaining, liecause, under 1272 " JncK Sclhy. " of llteKtll ulln mill I'lilf " Hheniinti Fierce. " lulls n l(l k. the resolutions you lutvo adopted, fraud- 127.1 " MntMlCoiniinn.ctitl. 1271 " lUwennlKiio Mi'HM'niter. ulent votes cast for him can be ex" " Kcllx Pool. At ii meeting of the Democratic com- punged, while those cast for mo are be- 1273 MAY Si. MX'OND mittee of the Fourth Judicial district, yond his reach. SOI L'ciiiiinonw'eiiltli vs. Win, MeCnim. hi Owensboro. held at the court-hous- e For this result he is responsible, not KM " IiiinnloOoir, Ac. " pumiauL to adjournment, May 8th, I. I asked tho committees of Daviess WO " " Sylvester Kplnlts. I SMI, there wero present Dr. It. N. " " Hno Kdwnnln. Ml nutl Hancock to expunge certain speci811 " TlitmninHlley. ' of Ohio county ; O. W. Gate,, fied vote, cast for him, while he failed " " Jorilnii i:imn. of McLean county ; (!. T. Duncan, of to present his complaint of votes cast 87i W) " " Siitnc. Hancock county, by Geo F. Hayues, for me. That It Is now too late for him ail " " John Haycr.ift. " " M. K. Iinoy. Ull proxy. to do so is no fault of mine. " " .lame, York. 9li The chairman, K. P. Millet, memHis charge now made that the Ohio OK " " Win. Daniels. ber from D.ivles, being absent, the county committee exceeded " " Win. C. Wilili. its power, UV) wa, culled to older by G. W. or meeting " Mill, llnyilen. " acted unfairly in prescribing who Ml Gates,. fccrcttirv.. uud.. on motion.. Dr. . should vote in " " I.ntewt Hohily. the judicial primary, I 11 " " .1.1". Alfonl,.lr. IM H. N. Pultersoii was elected chairman believe to be unjust. Not ordy the 'AJ " Uco. TrOKilfll. " jiroteuu, w lien the following proceed- Ohlocounty committee, but (he Judges SCi, " " .Inn. MntlieWH. : ing, were had, t " " .Ino. Hnwltlnn. of election appointed by it, exhibited a IIXO Geo. F. Hnyues oiler id the following " 1031 " I'etcr Sowilers. spirit of fairness that candid men lO'll '" " T. Jewell. resolutions, which were adopted : everywhere must applaud. 11(13 " " Win. ICemlor. Rmotntl, That It I, theseno of till, com- 1031 " Cloo. Kirns. Hut I am unwilling that (hi, " committee that votes cast In a Demo- mittee shall subject itself even to un- HOT " " Klljuh Crow. crat Io primary election should be truly fair criticism. I am unwilling that I0IU " " (loo. Kerns. " 1010 " Move, ltny. legal Miter, as to aguuiid residence, and the slightest ground for complaint " " 1". Cobb. I2 by Democrats, and DemoerutH only. shall exist, and to avoid this I now de- 1U70 " " Jnlin Martin. n lie it furtlur ruuttnd, That no " " Tlio,. NIclinlKon. cline to oiler evidence of Illegal or 1071 should be allowed to cist more fraudulent voting, and am willing that 1073 " " Jerry Vim Cleve. 107(1 " " Dutiil Mullli. than one vote for any one candidate, the eoinmittei" shall conclude Its labors losj " " Holicrt Torrctii-enor should the name, of tiersou, not In " " Mmtt'rowiJiirKcr. without further delay. I0SI attendance at the election In) entered " " Siirnli llmliry- .Whereupon the following preamble Uta s upon tin ' as voting at said and 1.solution wereoflereil and adopt- Wil " Sylvester Jteynolils. " John II. Allen. Wot ' fleet Ion. ed: " 1101 Alvey Anml.l. Ri noli (d further, That It I, the duly no objection 1112 WiiKiiKA.s, There " Huh Harris. if the county committee hi each coun" lliul Doss. " to the counting of any votes as so cer- 1113 all ty to expunge from the " " Thus. Nicholson. tified In the manner prescriiied by the lilt ' votes prescribed alsive when it is conI1J) " IVter Hlncs. foregoing resolutions, belt, " " Hume. U.'l clusively shown to them that such votes Resolved, That the committee pro- 1122 " " Win. QiilsenUerry. upiicar upon the and on ceed to count the vote as certilletMiy 1121 " " Hiinriiril Tuylnr. failure ot the county committee to tlo " " Joe Stinnett. the dlllerent comity committees in the I12.S It Is the duty of " !,otl Allen. so, when requested, " . H'I2 district composed of the counties of Illil " " Wm. Cnsebler. this committee to expunge them when Daviess, Ohio, Hancock and McLean, Ills " Willie Walker. the matter conies before them mi ap11 U " " Win. Citsvbler. uud declaie the result thereupon. peal front the action of any county " " Illtey Jnlinsoii. The vote as certilled by the several 1111 " committee " W. K.Tutiim Av. lilt : 1131 " Samuel Ferguson. " A communication from Mr. W. T. committees was as follows Owen Noe 1133 " " .Inrilnu Ktaim. Little Owen was then read by the secretary, D.ivless 82(1 1.1120 2.228 1137 " " Tlioinns Evnns. in which he objected to the commit- Ohio (ilitl 1,:I12 l,To(i 113S " .lumen llcrnltl. 22!) .107 1IW tee's casting out illegal vote, nt tills Hancock 2."iO " " Jack Hall. MelA-a02.1 017 Ilia 342 " " KUwlu Uwliin. sitting, anil stiggisted, that if they MAY 2il. TltlltD were determined to throw out the ille7 2,8.-)3.011 r,208 Illil CommnnwcnUli s.deo. llcoilily. Total gal votes, they go to each county In Majority, 104. ' UiM " .Ino. W. Hamilton. the district and summon before them L. P. Little was declared the nomi- 11CII " .Ino. W. Hurt. " " James Walker. the persons whose votes were chal- nee for circuit judge mid Joo Noo for 117J " J. II. Hurt. 1177 lenged and examine them, or others, Commonwealth's attorney. " " Hpencer lJarllPtt. a, to their political faith and ip.mlille.i-tlo- n Tho committee then adjourned nine 11SI " 1181 " Mary Ashley. to vote at a Democratic primary. die. ' 1W1 " riischelVlnoynnl. 11(12 The communication nlso criticised the " " Jno. W.Austin. Squarely mi IL'riiril " " It, Y. Moreliciul. Illtl action of the Ohio county committee in (Owenslioro Jlcscniier. " " Snme. 1101 laying down tests as to the qualification 11(13 " " Mat Hoover. The Fourth judicial district commitof voters that had not been prescribed " " T. H. Hock. tee put itself squarely on record last 1197 by the district committee. ' 1210 " Wm. Uspy.Jr. Saturday. After the communication was read MAY 27. FUUHT1I It boldly proclaimed that none but 12U2 Cummouweultli vs. John Alms, Ac. Mr. Owen appeared before the com" Same. " mittee in person and objected to Mr. Democrats should be allowed to vote 1201 " " Now i. J.Frazlcr. at Democratic primaries, und that if 1231 u Geo. 1 Hnyues sitting with the " " John Alms, Ac. votes are found on the 1201 us proxy for Mr. Duncan, and undemocratic " Same. " it Is the duty of tho couuty 1203 1207 " Win. Palmer. " claimed that Mr. Duncan should have committees to throw them out, and that 1200 " " W.H.FcrKtison. sent hi, proxy to some other member " " TriistVsoriliimllton. if the county committees refuse to dis 1210 of Hie committee. " A.T.Noll. " charge this duty, the district commit 1218 '" Mr. Gate, slated that ill his opinion tee, on " A. V. Thomson. appeal, will throw them out. 1222 122:1 " Oeii.C'lilnn. " .Mr. Duncan's action was not Improper, This Is exactly what the Congressional 1226 " " E. F. Smith. or unusual, and cited precedents. district committee announced in tho MAY 2. FIFTH Mr. Hayues salt! his position was fall of 18S4, and exactly what the Mes- 12,11 Commonweallli ts. Thomas Smith. very embarrassing; that he hud no senger has " E. K.Hmttli. contended for two months, 1232 122, previous knowledge that the proxy should be done. " ' Walker Myrtle. 12:11 " " Jack Williams. would be sent him, and moved that Wo have been sustained by the prpss, " " Jeir Williamson. the committee adjourn until May 15th. by the people at the polls and now by 1211 " 12.13 " Same. As there wa, no second to this motion, tho highest constituted authority, save 12M " " Chnn.W. Jones. concluded to proceed to the Stute Central Committee, (with the 12:17 the committee " " Same. 123S " " same. business. assurance from members of that com- 12.19 " " Hume. Mr. Gates presented the proxy of Mr. mittee that, if the matter had been re1210 " " Same. Mlllett, which he had Just received by ferred to them, they would have decid- 1211 " " J. W. Cooper. mull. " " Wurrcn Leacli. ed It just this way), and we aro now 1212 " 1211 " Pemllctoii Tyro. Mr. J. J. Sweeney, who was present, content to let the matter drop. 1211 " " Walker Myrtle. raised objection to the purging of tlio Again wo tiro constrained to remark, 1213 " " Jan. E. Hayues. Daviess and Hancock counties polls of " " Jn.Urinin. however, that this agitation cannot but 1248 " " Jo. O. Arnulil. only, uud hinted that an independent huve n most wholesome eflect on future 1217 2S. HIXTH candidate for circuit Judge might create primary elections. Year by year our capital again, t Judge Utile if the purg- primary elections have been growing 1213 Commmiwealtli vs. Jno. W. Fcrtiiisoii. " Wailo Dulilel. " ing process was not applied to till of more corrupt, until many iieople havo 1219 12V) " " Jim. II. IiCiieli. the counties of the district. " " Itlley HiiKlies. declared they would uever participate 1251 Tlio members of the committee " t'.U. Crowiler. " in another. The publication of the 1232 " " W. I. Line. the declaration of tlio resolu- name, of Illegal voters Is a now depart 1231 " Jim tlrlllln. 1233 tions adopted that they hail no origitire not much relished by those most in 1230 " " Hnlicil Putter. nal jurisdiction upon contests, and (crested, but it will servo as a restraint MAY .'II. HEVENTH could only consider appeals from the In the future. Tho exposition of tho 1237 Commonwealth vs. Itlley lluidiex. county committees. " " It. A. Piittnii. corrupt methods of some electlou oul 12.3s 123U " " Melvlil Austin. Dr. F. F. Conway asked that it be cers will he ti check, too, to much ill, I2U0 " Julia Junes. " entered on record that he, as tlio friend graceful work. Above ull, this bold " Jims. Loin;. " 1201 of Mr. Owen, objected to a partial purg" " I.OWH Mnililox. declaration by the. district committee Is 1202 ing only. " Thon. llryiint A11I. " a standing notice to Republicans und i2u! Judge Little then arose and said : " Wm. Parks. " who aro uot Democrats, that if 1201 others 12U3 " J. P. Miller. " Mr. nmlrinau : '" " Pate Taylor. I huve made the contest concluded they do not keep out of Democratic I2iiil bo unceremoniously 1207 " " C. Dennis, Ac. ono week ago on the Issue that fraud councils they will " " J. 1 Hill. MM ejected. and unfairness should not be tolernted " J. W. (litrretl. 1201 " m in pfliiury elections. I assume the re" PIpiih (lurrett. 1270 " Wliut run lie Dimr. Hy trying again ami keeping up Alllillutciisei. are set for tlio twelfth day sult III" Ohio to bo at least the judgof court. courage many things seemingly ment of one county hi my favor. ATTi-sC. HAItnWlOK.Cl.niK. having adopted resomay bo attained. Hundreds This committee Curt' fur Piles, lution, to the effect that fraudulent of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver Piles aro frequently preceded by a ami undemocratic votes recorded on Complaint havo been cured by Electric of a primary election Hitters, ufter everything else, had been sense of weight lu the buck, loins und the should bo expunged and not counted, I tried in vain. So, don't think there Is lower part of tho abdomen, causing tho hAvoiccompllshcd the object for which no cure for you, but try Electric Hit- patient to supKso ho has some affecters. There Is no medicine so safe, so tion ot the kidneys or neighboring orI liavo so earnestly labored. It is true that by your resolutions pure, autl so perfect a Hlood Purifier. gans. At times, symptoms of indigesyou have declured that the district Electric Hitters will cure Dyspepsia, tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness committee will entertain no inquiry on Diabetes ami all diseases of the Kid- of the stomach, etc. A moisture like Hie subject uules, complalut shall have neys. Invaluable lu affections of the persplrutiou, producing a very disagreeall able Itclilug, ufter getting warm, is a been first mado to the county com- stomach uud Liver, and overcome Blind, bleeding Uiluury dllliciiltles. Largo bottles common attendant. mittee. While not assenting to that only oO cts. at 'A. Wayne Grifllu & and Itching Piles yield ut once to the limitation myself, you have established application of Dr. Ilosanko's Pile Remthe doctrine that thu returns of the Hro's. edy, which acts directly upon the parts l'liriniTH uml Mt'clitinU'ii, election ofllcers aro not final uud will affected, absorbing the tumors, ullaylng not protect the" frauds committed In a Save money and Doctor bills. Relieve the intense itclilug und eilectlnga perprimary. In short, the claim is over- your Mothors, Wives and Sisters by a manent cure. Price 60n. Address Tho turned that the committees cannot go timely purchase of Dr. Bosauko's Dr. Bosuuko Jledlclno Co., Plquu, O. "behind the returns." I urn hero Cough uud Lung Syrup, the best kuown Sold by S5. Wayne Grlllln & Hro., Drugready with proof in regard to mauy remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and gists, y Hurtford, Ky. Relieves chil votes I claim to be Illegal uud fraudu- Brouchlal allectlous. lent, bull am disposed now to prose- dren of croup lu one ulght; may save What Common hciisc Diioh. cute this matter no further, but simply you hundreds of dollars. Price 60 cts. Comiiion8ousolssyinmetryofmlnil,of allow the committee to declare the re- and $1 00. Sample free. Sold by . character, and of purpose in tho Individ- -' 20 2t sult on tho face of tlio returns. I mu Wayne GrlMlu & Hro. ual combined. It represents man lu prompted to this course by various I completeness, harmouy, and equipoise. Klin considerations, sonio of which I will All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's It clothes him with dignity, invests Great Nerve Restorer. No fits after lilm with tower, aud stamps him with mention. Marvellous cures. superiority. It la not geulus, for that Is First, tho principle for which I have llrst day's use. contended the right of expunglug Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle freo to often erratio ; nor cunning, lu Its slnu- course; nor tact, with Its decline fraudulent unit undemocratic votes Is lit coses. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch 11 10 lyr. Common sense. Is tho Into trickery. us fully established by the adoption of St., Philadelphia, Pa. FOR PURE PRIMARIES. ' AY, AY, n, V per-wi, poll-book1 lioll-hoopoll-book" AY, com-mlttepoll-booDAY-FIUD- AY, AY, r: poll-boo- NO. 20. A 11V from tlu-x- rates une der any circumstance". Sent to any In tlio United States for the above price, and chnuged when delrcd. ,si) ruiMSM'.it i.iri:. y There Isiisoiigulllilli thttlyitt Tlmt iidVit rl was sung j wile Unburn It lift iimiii Tlmt loosely li.tiiK unit iiiik. hand shall kIiiiIii Until tin' minstrel's Tint slackened chimin In time again, Wlnit could crinllvo spirit give Tlmt snug vneitl miiiI In live. There Is form the marble holds Iteiicntli Us surface null', lo In Uh unhewn hem! It folds lloiinty nor) dins vlewtsl, l Until Hie sculptor's hand shall iii)iTiiirilintKtiiiy vnll. Until 11I liixt hIiiiII Miiinl displayed Tin- - perns t fnrtii of loveliest 11111I1I. There In poem never tulil Within tin' wIN Mini, Like fnhli'il streams o'er beds of gold Itelicuth tlineiirtli Hint lull, wake Until some spell The soul In ri)tlinilc miiik to IiioiiU, An ImrMtK tlni ntrt'iim Into tlio Unlit, Unhiding Mill) golden glory bright. Them In love nor tongue nor llpn E'er told Its deep desire; Horning tin' lii'iirl It silence keips Like subterranean lire, Until Hiiini' mighty passion-gus- t ) (lllvt, liffllkH tllllHIUll tllClllllWIIIll 11 11 miiIi-Kuri11 11 embodiment of true manhood. It con- -' fers a patent of royalty, though birth be plehiau, and exults men from their lowliest spheres to the highest stations. Not by sudden freaks of fortune or a train of adventitious circumstances arc they thus dignilled; but step by step, through obstacle and hindrance, they overcome by force of character ami the Common proper force of will power. sense Is 11 Iremenilnin lorce 111 mis lower world. Its power is felt and acknowledged through ull the rumilica-tlou- s of government, society, business, llnance, science uud commerce. In fuct it is tho history us well us the true phiIt is the suit that losophy of thu ages. lias saved humanity from barbarism, unit the moving power that has propelled the race onward in Its march of progress and civilization. WI111 llltOKi:. HOPE. MAIIV HUNT M'CALRII, MOTHERS FRIEND makes CHILD BIRTH easy The time lias come at lust when the terrible nony incident to this ery critical fierlod lu a woman's life can Adlntlngulsli-e- d physician, who passed the greatest portion of his life this branch of practice, left to womnii this priceless legacy nutl appliance, "THE MOTHEHSrFItIEND,"aiul thorn aro thousands of tho bent women In our laud who, having used this wonderful remedy before confinement, rise up. and call his name blessed. Wo receive letters from every section ofthecountry tliniiklneus for plnclui! tills preparation lu tlio reach of siitlerlng woman, Ouolndy from North Carolina writes us Unit she would like to tliank the proprietors on her knee, for bringing It to her notice, its In a previous confinement she bad two doctors, and they were compelled to uscchloroform, Instruments, etc., ami she almost death; but thin tlllieslin nnisl "MOTHEKS' FI11END," and her labor wa, short, quick, and magic, Now, why should a woman suirer when slio can avoid It? We can prove nil wn claim by ifri ny wltiimun, mill anyone interested can call, or havo their husbands dnso, at our olllce, and see I be original letters, which wti cannot publish. TliUremedy I, one nlsmt which we cannot publish certificates, but It Is a most wonderful liniment to ho used aUer the first two or three months. Hold by all druggists. Send forour treat I so on tho Health and Happiness of Woman, mailed free, which give, all particulars. child-bearin- g K y d maiden's ilow'iiciist,bhishliiKfacc Iteneatli the lloathiK bridal veil; A Mrong hand warmly clanplug tier's, Ileforc tlio low white nllarrall. I license rising up The cloud-likFrom silver censors as they swing; A priest with pure, uplifted hands, A solemn prayer n wedding ring. A woman strong, and sweet mid true, A mini lu manhood's fullest prime ; An union mystical mid sweet, A tie so new and so sublime. The Uulnty little garnienl, made In secret with such loving care; A fresh hope springing In the heart, A fountain of unceasing pinyer. A A sudden dashing of the light, A cloud of darkest, deepest gloom; KImi1 Am ny Hit" Tear'.' M.Qiiml. Ami luirtiliiK Iiu-oitl'I hut love Mil' '1 would fain inuie'il. rutitl lilame." hit song's unsung, linhrwn tlio stm 1 In- - iHWl'h rhyme nntnlil, T In) III. Men tire of lovo iiiisIiiih 11 . II I. iihihuii.i iii'lir.iiii II... .....r.in.. A..I.I . Tin better thus tin" secret kept 'I lie llllll. I HUM I'll, till' UIMI IIIIUI pt, It fill show, 'I lie mill r liri'Nili Tin- - Inner Uh' th'it lion.. ma) know .'', - twin H't Miigiitint ISAISKISLOVIiK. Mil". I ll.WII.lll It M. SrAM.i:-M'k- l SM l! Isa--Jj- vY wliolo fiiittlllf tn my nepli-'liliiit ew George and my :ili'i't' li'I (MKiriif, on condition ,lmt ""' Ulii"'- - III the tin event of either other will lake nil," mused George 1'cy- toll, IIIIDtlllK ll) himself till' comlitlim of hi, uurle's old John IVy Inn will, which hud JiM Ix't-t- i made known to him. "Iltmiili! 1 should like to know something uiwut Mis Isabel she In only liH nleco by adoption after ull I ; nor Iit'lnri' 1 const nt to imirry I I'nti' for n wife, however pretty hlimilil unit ueceonipllshcd, who woiihl Ik1 will-hito take me for sake of money iilone!" IxiiU'l win more tlinti pretty ami hlu wan pure, anil (tweet, wntiMirprineil that 011 anil gisid; ohl John lVylon hhoiilil have wished to provlile for her. She wus the child of hln sister's himtianil hy 11 former marriage no relation ut all hy blood ; hut MrM. (JnlNirnt loveil her gentle stepdaughter us If she had lieen her own titul John Peyton thought clillil hnli-eil- , tlmt, hy the terms of hi, will, he hatl beciireil for tin two lonely women not hnli'lK'nili'iice only, hut 11 loving protector aluo. "For (ieorKu wa alwayH a Iliiuyonnj; fellow, 11, 11 hoy," rfueil he to himeelf, "anil he'll tlo well hy my pretty favorFor hluihelf 1 tin I1I111 Kreater ite. klnilness if I can rectire that little miRcl for hi, wife, than I fhotilil If I left him my wholu fortune." Cleorm, however, coulil not know-thanever having xt't-- the girl whom Mzx '.& 'J ht-r- -- "He won't blame it, mamma, why should he mourn the Ions of a girl ho never saw, when he the wioli fortune without it r I" " don't envy him," wild her lover. "I would rather Hts'iire.'nK without the liiituui', dial !" So Hull' M'eiueil it fair plospect of all The marring'.' p'trties being pleiiriil. was llxeil io take place almost Immediately, and the young couple were to go In New York for a wt tiding visit. Suddenly, Just at this crisis of their !iHHIrK, a letter from the lawyer came to Mrs. Oilxirue. Iltiluul just heanl from her nephew, Mr. Peyton Mr. Peyton, ho wrote. wrote that he was well, that he had lieen enjoying himself Imineiirely, and that on a certain date he would be at the lawyer's olllce In New York to explain Ills iiiysteiinusaliseiiee and neglect of his Intended bride. "HI, Intended Illicit", Indeed!" said Isabel, half vexed, half laughing. "He make, sure that I shall wait for him, you M"i. All, well, the ilNniipolntmcnl will not be very cruel, I daiewiy !" "I don't liellevu Mr. Peyton will be ilinap'Kilnted at all, nor object to yi ur marriage ut all," said her lover. "He has llxeil a d.ttejimt after we shall arLet us go to the rive in New York. lawyer's together, my dearest, and see if he seem, to think he has lust a pri.e!" Icabcl agreed, and two week, later saw them in New York us man and wife. go right Into hi, olllco said Mr. Smith, "mid take xomtltody by surprise." Tlia' mmdiody proved to be Isabtd herself. Imagine her surprise when the "We'll ," lawyer cried, a, they entered : "Ah, Mr. Pey ion, so here you are at last anil this why, till. Is Miss Osborne, 11 isn't it?" f ? "Not exactly," answered Isabel's husband, with u proud and tender smile. "This was Miss Oslxirns three ilnys ago, but let me introduce her to you, now, as my wife Mrs. George Peyton." hi bride. hi, uut'li) hail cliuri'ii for Isabel almost shrank from him in "I wlli there wuhhoiuu wny in which her surprise. "You, you are Cousin I coulil nov her, myself unseen," ho Why. then-w- hy George 1" shu cried. thought, "ami make her iu(iialniauce " without mynelf k'lng kiiowii.'' "My darling, because 1 wanted to be Hut that ft't'inetl hanlly poKlhli'. He siiro of your true heart, mid that you liatl been in Ktiropti at the time (if hln loved mu for my own sake. My wife, uiicIu'h tleatli, hut hail written hi, aunt no fortune In tlio world could be so Ah to expect him homuitumctliutcly. prcctoil, ns the true heart that sacrificed thetimfWenK.n, however, ami they: fortune freely for love's sake ! And such neither miw nor heanl from linn fur- n neari as yours, my isaoei v ther, MrH.OnlKirnr began to wontlerainl "Nay; It Is youis," she answered, trow very uneasy imleetl. smiling, "t have given It to you for- "I cnnH unilerMtanil It. The luwyui over, dear, Georgo Smith or George In uiiHWer ti my letter of Inquiry, wiyn Peyton is all one to me but I bless the that (Jeorge arrivml In New Vork two fate that gives mo for it husband my moiitliH ago, wt'iiioil it copy of the will, own true lover." What can lutvo hapmill tllimppeareil, .tilth" uiir Lire it llilhl". pened to him 7" Ku leavorulways to talk your bet Hhe lonked Isaliel could not gilcc. your children. They hunger pervery grave n( the thought of danger or They will harm coming to her ap'tuiiited husli.iud. petually for new Ideas. pawould rather Iomc the learn with pleasure from the lips of "Per hap he rents what they deem it drudgery to fortune thnu be ohllged to lake it wifu study in iHioks ; and even if they have with it," wild Hhe almply. the misfortune to be deprived of many Mr. Smith tilt Ir one lodger who had educational ndvantnges, they will grow just been glvlug Iwflbel it tllllhio lt"oii up intelligent if they enjoy in childhood lookctl up and mulled. tlio privilege of listening dally to the "He must bo it curious pernon, then," conversation of Intelligent ,)eoi)le. Wo wild he. "When you are to tio tlio wife, sometimes see parents who are tlio life Mlns IhuInI. If It wero my ciiho I would of every company which they enter, rather lorn the fortune than tlio bride!" dull, silent, anil uninteresting ut home Tmtbvl mild nothing to that, but hIio among their children. If they have blushed very red, mill mulled, as if Mr. not mental activity and mental stores Hmitti'u Hentiiui'iit did not by any sullkielit for both, let them first use meaiiH displease Iter. MrH. Osbornosuw what they have for their own housethat with uueasliieH,, anil took the llrwt holds. A silent home is a dull place opportunity of speaking to her alone. for young people a pluco from which "My darling," Bald hIio, "1 uin almost they will eseajw If they can. How sorry tlmt Mr. Kmltli ever camo here, much useful information, on the other and still more sorry that 1 consented to hand, is often given in u pleasant famlet you take the music lessons he oll'er-e- d ily conversAtloh, and what nncnnsclous you. It places us under obligation but excellent mental training In lively o to he will take no pay, and, social argument ! Cultivate to tlio utof courso, it U an excuse for him to most the graces of conversation. miiko rather free. I didn't like his reIlxcltvnu'iit III Texas. marks this afternoon. I hope you won't Great excitement has been caused in let him eutaiiule your itllectious, dear, before your cousin arrives. Remember the vlciuity of Pans, Texas, by tlio rethat, though Mr. Smith is handsome markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, and agreeable, ynu luwo only known who was ho helpless he could not turn In bed, or raise Ids head ; everybody him n few weeks." of Consumption. A "Seven weeks yesterday, mamma," said he was dying yet promptly, trial bottle of Dr. King's Nuw Discov suit! Isabel, shyly and him, Finding relief, he too. "And, mamma, I don't know Mr. ery was sent ! Is George .us bought u largo bottle unit u box of Dr. George Peyton at all King's Now Life Pills; by the time he handsome as Mr. Smith, mamma?" uud ! What does that hail taken two boxen of pills was two "My dear child well tiottles of the Discovery, ho matter? I have not seen him since ho thirty-si- x pounds. was a mere boy I don't kuow what he uud gained in flesh great Discovery for Hut lie is good, or Uncle Trial bottles of this looks like. Consumption free at . Wayno Grlllln Peyton would not lutvo chosen him for & Hro's.' your husband, Walt until ho comes, You say you have only a cough ; still iny dear." "He is in no hurry," Belle said quiet- it ought to be looked to. Hid star ly. "Perha'a, mamma, ho really does Cough Cure will at once remove it, Tweu-ty-Ilv- o ?io waut mu for a wife a girl ho has freo from opiates, safu uud sure. touts. never ever seeu, you know and, dear t, re Ulm.-Hinc- Is anything stranger than the human heart? Nature sends a frull, green vine creeping across the earth to reach a grim wall and cover lis ugliness to reach a dead branch und cover it with life. We hies, nature as we see these thing,, und yet we do not realize that human. hearts ure ever doing thu same. d One day, months ago, u child looking from a window suw a qurer old man go limping by. It tap-H'- d 011 the pane, and the old man looked up. The sight of that sweet face opened his old heart, and ho went oil his way feeling richer than for many a mouth past. He wus tho grim wall the child wus the green vine. He passed again, uud again tho child was at the window, and for duyH and weeks they never missed seeing each other. At euch meetlug tho vine crept nearer to tho wall the wall appeared less grim and forbidding. One day tlio "wall" laid aside his old hut for a better one. Another day lie had a new coat. Again lie was clean shaved, and the "vine" scarcely recognized him. No one knew the old man, but ull knew that ho was feeling the influence of thoviue. As the old man passed he missed the fuco at tho window. Was he too early He lingered unit looked or too lute? aud teemed lost. It was the same next day, but a kind heart pitied him aud sent out word that the child was sick. The green vino hnd reached the wnll only to bo blighted. Two days more, aud there was crapo on the door. The child was dead. It hud fallen asleep in deatli without a struggle, knowing nothing of the grand hereafter, but having no fear. On its pule cheek wus a tear a single tear which glistened like a diamond. No baud dared wipe that tear awuy. It seemed u tie between the present and the past thu living mid the deud. "Plense, can I see the the child?" It was the old man the grim wall who knocked timidly nt the door und spoke thus. They knew him by sight, and they led him Into the room where the vino luy dead. He stood over the cotlln for a moment, lips quivering and eyes full of tears, and then ho bent over uud kissed the face which would watch When he had gone for him no more. they looked for the tear. He had kissed it away. Old and poor and unknown ho hud reuped a treasure such as all the milllous of the world could not buy. rosy-face- The rustle of uu angel's wing, A casket crowned with snowy bloom. A llttlo lamp millgltted on Tlio iiltiirofa pulseless biettst; A broken hope, twin souls In heaven A man's despair, n woman', rent. ?ii:i,amii:. A Chinaman is one of tho large real estate holders hi Council Hlufls. A primary school iu Moueon, Mass,, teaches boys and girls to make bread. "Hellolas" Is the name of made diamond., which only experts can tell from the pure gems. leads in A New York enterprise. He has displayed the sign : "Ladies' boots shined from 2 to4 p. m." Thu highest postage rata from the United States is to Patigonla and the Island of St. Helena 27 cents per half lioot-black- er ounce. A female highwayman, with revolver Iu hand, relieved n gentleman of his watch during a recent festival at Mexico. In the town of Grinell, Iowa, there are no saloons, and no ono has been sent to Jail, to the poor house, or to the penitentiary for 25 years. A lute invention for boys and girls wlio will kneel down on the playground and wear out the knees of their r. stockings, Is u stocking A Boston firm lately received a cheese weigulug 5,233 pounds uet, und containing the milk of 3000 cows. It is three feet eight Inches high, rive feet four inches in diameter, and is said to be the largest cheese ever made Gaud-aloupe, TlIK llllAllKIII.il ItKOtlLATUIlCtl., Ilox 2S, Atlanta, lleurgla. For sale by Z. Wayne Urllllu A Hro., druggists, Hartford, Kentucky. CATARRH mwtm$A Jy Er yx" v. HAY-EEV- ER hKrX.59 CreamBalm wmm y CHAS. 1 llriitl, AIIiijh Hiitl it hrnlH mires. I he NeimeH rtnnle. llenrlliic Hn relict nnd punitive cure. Km-lorentlNiiK-II.Unlc- u JIVY'sJ t'lciiimen the Has valued an en viable reputation, tllsnlaclue all other preparations. A partlclo (supplied Into each nostril; no palti; agreeable to use. Price SOc bv mall or druggists. Send for circular. E'LY illlOTHEIlS, Druggists, Owego.N. Y. In this country. Tho strongest stocks of bees consume II. PENDLETON, tho least honey during the Winter; for the reason that in their semi torpid state they are kept warm with very little food, whereas a weak stock reHAltT VOltD, KY. quires more tood to keep up the requisnil the ite natural heat. WILL practice bis profession Incounties of Ohio mid adjoining After a great soul has departed from and lu Court of Appeals. Special attention earth, we look back lovlugly and long- given to collections. iwrAlso Notary Public for Ohio county. ingly on tho tender words, the beautiful thoughts, the noble life, that so W. cheered and helped Us oil through lougest, hardest tasks. How many golden memories we find gathered aud garnered here aud there aud everyHAKTFOKD. KY. LAWYER, Attorney at Law, WILL PRACTICE IN THE COUHTS OF C. MASSIE, l.iitliiK Hume. Nothing to us appears so beautiful iu human experience us tlio reciprocal affection of parents and children, especially after the latter havo attained maturity, und, It may be, formed uow reg We have ween tho lations hi life. lovely daughter, after she hud unit become a wife mid mother, seize every oppoitunlty of visiting tho parental home, to lavish her atiectionute attention upon her parents, aud, by u thousand gruceful uud tender kluduesses.as-s- u re them that though site wus an idolized wife uud u happy mother, her lieait still clavo with ever strengthening fervor to father and mother who watched over her Infancy mid guided her youth. It has lieen our privilege to know such, and as we havo witnessed thu outM)iirlngs of lovo uud happiness between these devoted uml glowing hearts, wo huve felt tlmt surely much of heaven might be enjoyed here If all Aud families were equally attached. would that every daughter knew what pure Joy who might creulo hi tho paren-tbosom by it constant keeping alivb of the spirit of filial devotion, uud seizing frequent opportunities to muke it manifest in little acts of gentleness mid love, notwithstanding tho child may It Is nlwayw havo become u parent. the sume dear child, and never so dear us when it keep up tlio childish lovo of its earliest youth. lov-itiul conll-deucou- sense and good nature will OHIO AND ADJOINING COUNTIES AND IN COURT coutribute more to making a life happy OF APPEALS. than all other possessions. The one IN Improves that which is beneficial, whilst the other enables one to bear 8. E. IIH.U IIKNVM'HKNIIV. with that which is imperfect, and both HILL &, McHBNRT, combined preserve the equilibrium of life iu a perfect poise, aud make its harmonies move iu sweetest cadence. AND UOLLKCTOKS, "A man of faith," says the Indian Witness, referring to the world renown- HARTFORD, : : : KENTUCKY. ed George Muller, uow visiting India, Wl! tllVK SPECIAL ATrKNTION is a muu of God, a man who hus bid TO COLLECTIONS). farewell to the feverish ambition of the world, who has learned to desire E. D. God himself more than all earthly good, uud who would bo perfectly willing to accept uu existence in which there should be nothing left to him exOlllco on Market Sheet, cept God. IIAKTrOKIt, t t UKNTI't'KV. Itniilllful Homes. where. Good Lawyers GUFFY, Attorney at Law, SPECIAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO THE (Farm and Fireside, COLLECTION OF CLAIMS. Beautiful homes havo their Inlluence on our lives. has lieen truly stated K. II. W.VI.KKII. It V. C. Ill'llllAltll. that "thu hope of America Is tho homes of America." be the highest ambition of Individuals to contribute It should WALKER & HUBBARD, what they can toward beautifying the The best s ilvo lu tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fuver sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains corns, und ull skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guarauted to give perfect satisfaction, or mouey refunded. Prlco 250, For sale by Grillhi & Hro., per box 28 tf. Hartford, Ky. lluehli'ii'ii Am leu .s.iltt". Gravel Is u very common aud distressing disorder; one that causes more pain to men than uny other disease to which they aro subject: seven cuses out of ten are caused by a derauged coudlllou of the kidneys. For this Few peoplo aro exempt from tooth- 'obtained, and nil Patent Business attended distressing complaint there is nothing that can equal the potency of Warner's ache, and oven poets have wrltteu ou to fur MtMlurult) Fees, Its terrors. But this ache aud every Ourolllce Is opposite tho U. S. Pulent Olllce i,a fo cure. laud wu can obtain Patents lu less lime than other ache vleld to St. Jacobs Oil, those reunite from Washington. Send Modelor Drawing. We advise ns to Curt fur Hick llnuiliu'lte. pain. which simply conquers patentability Ireu of charge; and we make Dr. Gunu's Liver Pills For proof that No Cluuge Unless Patent isSecured. to the Foitmnstcr, the Itch and Scratches or every kind We reler, here, Dlv., uud to ofllclalsofSupl cure Slok Headache, ask your Drug-gis- t the .. ., .,:..... ,k,Mn San- ol Money Order .....In. DllV PH. "" """'M for a free trial packuge. Only one Cured lu 30 Mluutes by Woolfords t). P). I llieill WIIIVW. to actual cllentsloynur teriiisaiid references for u i oeo. Kesular size boxes, o itary Lotiou. Use no other. This never own State ur county , wi He to l. A. SNOW A CO., cents. Sold by 55. Wayne Griflln & lulls. Sold by Z. Wayno Grimiu & 0 "2 31 f OpPaleut Olllce.Waslilngton, D. C. Bro. 20 21 Hro. 1 homo uud elevating thu home life of the masses. The pleusuuler the surroundHARTFORD, KY. ings of the children ure, the more sureWILL PUACTICE IN OHIO AND ADJOIN- ly will they grow up to manhood aud INO COUNTHiS, AIU IN THE womanhood with an earnest desire to COUHTOF APPEALS. I heir lives what Is beatillful, embody In good aud true. No ono cau measure GREGORY. the liilitienceof surroundings upon the plastic nilud.s of children. Thu neatly kept lawn, with here and there some choice shrubbery ; the artistically HAKTFOKD, KY. groups of Howerlng plants, with atSPECIAL ATTENTION TO SETTLEM ENT a corresponding umount of lu door OF ESTATES AND COLLECTIONS tractions lu tlio form of paintings, enIN OHIO AND ADJOIN. an Inlluence gravings, etc., each have 1N(I COUNTIl. more attractive, In rendering home-lif- e the rule of force less necessary, for the refining lutluenco exerted upon the minds uud hearts of tho children makes tho eurthly home, to sumo extent, at least, uot uuliko that to which we ure ever hopefully looking forwurd. TliepOLICJUOAZETTtwIll be mailed SoinrtliliiK Punt DfM'rlntluii. securely wrapped to any address lu the Hoi'KiNsviM.K, Ky., Dec. 7, 188.1. Untied states fur llireo mouths ou receipt of From 1872 until December, 1881, my ONJiJ DOUI-iAK- . condition wus past description. My Liberal discount allowed to pitimuteis, agents aud clubs. Sample copies mulled free. diseuse, uterine trouble with tumor, Address all orders to tho best doctors pronounced hopeless. ltlCHAUDK. FOX, Franklin Square, N. Y. 5tf Uuder coutlnued use of Warner's safe I am the picture or health. remedies. (Jakomnk IlKIJi. LAWYERS, Wm. P. Attorney at Law, 13 WEEKS $1-- ' IPATENTS ....., y. ability and skill were appreciated. nate tho fraudulent votes would but Mr. King hud many friend- in Hart-fol- inerense bis majority, withdrew his d. A VIIHY mwrill'CTlVKSTOHM. "JAA'Oi .MAX JOftKS," I VFI)NErtl)AY,MAYlH. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOIIAPl'Kl.l.ATR.IUliUK, i'AHW KM. HKX. irrr. KoltsUI'KlllOlt JUDHl:, JAN. ii.iuvii:. JUIMIK, HUICIIU'UIT Kill (H)MMOWKAI.TIIv Mil IN I.ITTI.K. AlTOHNhY, jot: oi:. lOllCllll'UITCI.KlIK, '. IIAKIIWIC'K. IDIICUUXTV JL'liUK, C.W. HAKNIi:. HIMOlHJJ.TVOM.IIK, T. J. NSIITII. l'OKOUtTl ATTOIINM, lir.Klli:ilT It. Kl.NSOI.YIMl. , toll MIEKIM', II. 1. HOCK Kit. J. Hilt AMUtOI!, W. IIAHN KTT. Hilt Jaim.i:, oi: j. i. tiiomso.. Mill T. II. IIO.SWEI.I.. COUNTY hf IT. COMMON K'llOtll.S cohosh!, i.. K. i. i.o.m:y. 1. IIAIINKI I. TICKIIT. KKI'TiTlMCAN llelow wc give our rciulerii u list f tlio lie juil.llcnii nominee for county olllccs : Mill CIltCUlT COURT 0I.KI1KW.M. M1I.MOAX. Mimtit'XTVJt'iKiK iniir.s. iiiiaki'. 101! 00lNT Ol.l.UK WM.tt Il.l.lAMxiN. Iillirul'im ATTOUXM C. M.l'KNlH.lTOV Hilt SIlBlttW M. I.. UKAVhltlS. 0B AvtlrWOII VIIUIII. IIKM HOW. llltOoKI I.KAI'll. JAII.KK Milt XUHVKMIB tll.Al I. VTKVhJU. toil '.. Milf.CllOill.HrrT. Mls V1CK IKIItA flllWlS. loll CilKONKIt MXWAUT. Demociutm In unity lie strength. United, is the opposition in the ditiiit hardly worth the naming. Wr. have been merely phiyinp, now boys whet your axes for that in Aiigibt. clearing, and g The District Committee did ods The declaration of will he n warning to all future pri marie.'1. Democracy is loyal Yoim when united it ! a and patriotic, giant before whom opposition melts true-blue well. Democratic meth- as snow before a tropical un. pa-- t bury its dead," we are willing, lieieV our hand on't. Yes, and Democracy will bury piesent and future opposition with it. Of course, "let the dead Wi: are of opinion that an Ohio county man could go to Congie-- . Why not ? llii- - the district any better C'ongreional timber than we have? Not a stick. - Tin: debate should now close. The party expects every member to do With cloed rank, ami his duty. shoulder to shoulder, we march to certain victory in August. Wc were contending for Democratic principle-- , our has been fully endorsed, bcide, wc did not want the majority to be too large. poll-bookpo.-iti- It was uniicce.vury to purge the Ik the piobnblc wheat ciop of this country were equally divided, and assuming the population to bo there would be to every man, woman and child in the union, jnt bushels. Ohio county and the Dirtriet Com- mittee, both indorse the position taken by the lli:i:.i.n, that fraudulent The Juvotes should be expunged. dicial District in Augu-- t will emphasize that indorsement. Tiik wheat crop from all parts of the United States, aecoidinn to advices, is put down at an average of !)." per cent, or !5fi per cent, more than last year. In Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa, there are 9,700,000 acre- - sown to wheat, and the prolmhlu crop for the United States U climated at j:.",-000,0- bushels. Tin: labor trouble.-- are gradually Capital mid labor will subsiding. understand each other better in the future. The strike- - have been beneficial after all, they have compelled Congie ional recognition of the labor (lenient. Capital lm been recognized by that honorablo body for years. Jay Gould and otheis could explain bow, if they would. Tin: Ohio County Republican Convention has recommended lion. IC. C. Hubbard, of Hartford, for Con-gies- s. , Hut for our political there are few men in the district that we would rather see in Congie-- s, and no abler man or inoro polUhcd and cultivated gentleman lives in the The Republican district. party would do ittelf credit to give him the ItuUitt 1'iunrcr, nomination. dill'cren-ccs- Wi: have received each "Weekly Quill," a neat, newsy and well edited live column paper, published at Corydon, Ivy. Our notice would have appeared sooner, but it From was inadvertantly omitted. the nppoarnneo of its advertising patronage it seems to bo in a piosperous condition, and wo sincerely hope that Its it will achiove golden laurel-- . business manager was at one time His foreman in the lli:ic.w.i ollice. motion to have tho books purged. Mysterious Killing tt n Mini Hurl- I'liii'o. I'nlilli' ltiillillliK-Hii- 'l , Nanieil Mllllliel. llniri Completely DeimilWtu-ilWith Mr. Owen objecting to an ex- 3DE E2SS I3ST Wr. are informed that the barUiu CMKTV, Ky., May 17. MAY 11. A violent and destructive amination of the books, and Judge EltlToK Hkhami: Great excitement keepers kept closed doors in Owens-borolstorm passetl over Kanss City, lusting Little withdrawing his motion to ex- from 11 o'clock to noon. The courtprevails In the neighborhood of Ever Sunday. Now let the temamine them, the course of tho com- house atiove tin "econil story was ley'H Mill, hi llreekciirldge eounty,over tornado strike the distilleries perance tile mysterious killing of a man hy the mittee was obvious, it was proper, demolished. A school house oil of that place. The mills of the gods name of Mllllnei. ami it will commend itself to a vast 8th street was partially wrecked, and grind slowly but surely. The friends Milliner and a woman called at (lie many children were caught In the majority of the party. residence of Kd ltainsey Friday night of temperance, good older, law and wreck. Seven children wero killed, The position that the rule to exnud desired to .stay over night, mid be hut the full loss Is not yet determined. molality must win. It is a battle for punge should apply to the counties An over-al- l ing refii-i- t d they prooefded on their factory was hlowu down, blow is a blow for humanity, every Dl.Vli:. of Ohio and McLean, as well as to anil of tlftevu girls at work in it, live readeis. journey a short distance lo an old shun the dignity, the nobility of manhood. tho-- e of Daviess and Hancock is un- were killed. It Is thought that besides tlri'i'iilmik C.niU'lilliiil at Miiruiiulmtti. ty on the piemlses of Itauisey, where A Ti:.Mi'i:i:AXi'i:eycloiic passed over tenable from any point of view what- tile number killed at the school house, At a meeting of the Greenback party they Monoid for the lilghl. The next morning Itumsvy went to (he shanty Oweiiboro last week, and up to Sat- ever. No appeal was taken from tell coildreii were badly injured. LJut of Putter county held at the one wire of the whole telegraph serKy., May 10th, and then lying prostrati on the iloor Motgaiitown, urday night Int, over l,f00 persons Ohio nnd McLean, and the vice is iu working order. One span of 1SS0 : J. M. Cook was called to the was the form of the man who the preIN signed the temperance pledge. There Committee was powerless to open the railroad hiidgeueross '.he Missouri chair and J. K. Sharer el.eted Secre vious evening had appllid to him for a loW ITK OA K WAUONS, is strong talk of taking a on night's lodging, now cold hi death, OLlVs WAGONS, the question on its own motion. A was hl'iwn into the river. tary. 1'IMK PLOWS, STANDARD Hl'litllKK, cal option. We are informed that chancellor would properly be regardwith a bullet hole In his forehead. school The number killed at the H. L. 1) dully, J. A. Taylor, Kd. Sl'LKV PLOWS, KXCKI.SIOIMM.OWS, The news of the minder spread house Is eleven ehildien and the super Gardner, J. . Muxey, P. Wliltaker, T. the saloons sue not doing f ed with suspicion who would be guilty HAY UAK'KS. CHAMPION FOIM'K IT.MPS, and In u short time the whole intendent. There were six lives lost Ht I). Herreld and W. K. Carter were aptheir former business in the sale of of the anomalous proceeding of orderWIIKKLHAUUOWS, CORN JJltlliLS WITH KICK- four pointed a committee oo resolutions who neighborhood was at the seeueof the infamy, vice, murder and dMiouor. ing a demurrer to a pleading in his the overall factory; at the next .MOWKKS AND TILI.KU ATTACII.MKNT, two more lifter ' retiring reported the following tragedy. Two physicians were sumlives, and at the court-hous- e RKAPKRS. God speed the eauo of sobriety and own court. WIIKAT DRILLS WITH TM- It is his prerogative to were added to the list. At tell o'clock Susmoned and a magistrate notified. which were unanimously adopted. WIRK. TILIZUR ATTACHMKNT. decency. ride on demurrer when offered by at night It was known that -- !) lives picion pointed to Ed ltainsey, and a t'OFKINS, iVsofraf, That we hereby RlDINti AND WALKING conn-e- l. Injured nt and adopt tho resolutions adopted hy young man by tho name of Jtamsey, A circuit judge would just- were lost. There were CASKS. Ac CULTIVATORS, scare will be worth Tin: mad-d1:1 at the factory, and ly merit the condemnation of the peo- the school hoti-the Greenback convention held here nephew to Ed Itauisey, ami another something to the state. The amount court-housyoung man by tin name of MeDiill'y, At the U. S. last July which are as follows who would prepare an answer to a live at the of property destroyed by the mangy ple two employed by Ed H'tin-se- y engineer's office ." were Injured. At THTADRICULTURAL LINE! 1. We are oposed to wiliidiawlug the latter AND EYERYTHIHC ELSE IS petition filed in his own court aiidthen to woik on his farm. curs for the last ten vcars would en business house I were killed. The thegteenbaek money from circulation otic All the above were arretted and tried dow four or live univcisitie, and fur five judgment in the case. The Ap- Uermaii Catholic chinch, the Presby- aud demand that It Ik- In vol pellate Court would not a man- terian and the Congregational churches ume sufficient to Saturday evening. At the trial the nish a handsome public library in meet the hulnes de- date to an inferior court in any cae were more or less Injured. Other build- mauds of the ieople. woman said that she was thu wife of We hope some chrisevery county. the murdered man, and that they had In their line, give them a call and they which had not been appealed to it. ings were more or less Injured. Total give 2. We demand the free aud unlimittian will keep up the mad-docry been traveling In search of employThe State Central Committee will loss Is set down at $150,000. ed coinage of the sliver dollar. until the excitement becomes so great vou an Excellent Bargain. Leavenworth, Kansas, aud vicinity a. We view with utter detestation ment. She stated that on last ceiling not presume to inquire into the action I hey as to result in the destruction of the applied ut the residence of Ed were visited hy the storm, aud much tin treachery of former professed of the District Committee except on damage beWas done. whole canine race. whether it be under the thin Kauisey for u night's lodging, and i'il-lcje- ! appeal. Evausvllle, Iud., stillered much loss guise of fusion or ohh desertioti, and ing refucd there and at other places, Tin: Chicago riot proves one fact: It reflects very little credit on the of properly from thestorin. we utterly repudiate all such men a were compelled to stop in theshauly. The storm iu great severity pased Gillette, of Iowa, and all such papers Alter dark two men called at theshai That is, that American cities arc fully judgment of gentlemen who .have ty and desired her husband to come competent to maintain peace and been in law and polities all their lives over Fulton county, Arkansas. Hail rs the Iowa Tribune. stones, some of thwm weighing a pound 4. We demand that the surplus gold i lit, but he declined logo out, lest they order. Another fact is developed : to persist in demanding that the books HARTFORD. KENTUCKY- fell to tile depth of three feet In places. ( tid silver Iu the treasury be applied to might ilo him some bodily harm. ClosThe United State" arc ton small toaf-ibi-d of McLean and Ohio should be sub to a window ing the door he then went Oreat damage was done to property t'ie payment of the public debt. ruf- jected to examination with n view to and stock. hiding places foried-bandelook out, when she heard a voice on o. All money should be issued hy lo whose only aspiration seems to the expunging of illegal votes when fian Odesa, Mo., was visited, and sustain- tbe Government and be full legal ten-e'- the outside say: "Watch me hit thai black speck," and immediately a gun lie the shedding of human blood, and such a question was not properly ed a loss of live churches, '2 warehouses for all debts, public aud private. was llred, the ball taking ell'ect as bethe appropriating of other men's prop- brought before the committee. Would ami several dwellings; estimated dam0. Iflhere beany law which makes fore stated, causing death in two hours ages, 05,000. al id a contract requiring payment in erty to their own use and benefit. the gentlemen expect judgment for a Immediately utter the iesirt of the sun The storm ut Parsons, Kansas, struck CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USEOFOPIUM OR There is room enough here for the debt of $25 in a ca.--e which was never u ferryboat which was carrying a wg-o- u a particular kind of money the same MORPHINE! sliu heard the murderers running aw ,,v ( ught to be repealed, and we approve V The Mrriieal Trot Jim In a ran r f NranljrU of It t II fublLhsl t FL Imlj, myt immigrant farmer, laborer, artisan before court? containing a family consisting of from the house at a rapid rate. Judicially, the dis" M1U17 hnw Ufome C" ll traatawi. hkh b4 In the Juno, lhM. Luu uilui. hill lately introduced hy Settatnl victims to the uf nf opium or u 'M'tittie, from Ju,.Jl!."".'a' 1""' .lul ,b v?u and merchant, for all who desire to trict Committee knows of no fraud husband and wife aud three children. the The proof was alo developed at th IhcUMiof tt'.lnikifi.rtlicrtiiLf.l .Neural lKtwjim,lr,','m';i.Ltu u. Vanwiek, prohibiting the enforcement aud the mother trial that Ed Ramsey remarked the make a living honestly and obey the in McLean and Ohio, and can The boat was up-l of gold eoutraets hereafter made. hy lbv'ToZlSL.!',Jiii!ikl-i!-..tl'!u- . FvrotM ronton ikv rimy W pievlous evening on being informed were drowned. one inch of room properly have no knowledge of it un- and two children law, but there 7. We hereby drop the surplus resolntbeacutofom.of.Sn.riK-iH TcwUln. th. M On Sunday night at Clarksvllle, la., lutions and accumulated names hereto that .Milliner and his wife wen- - slopfor the leveller, the rioter, the mur- til the matter i legally brought beo v iul,m u,riMai.,iia, M(yvcoMMiiigD rniaibiAiiaj and vicinity great damage was done ; fore annexed to our party and assume ping iu the shanty, they inti-- t leave that hoidc- must be fore it. derer or the thief, this The contrary is true as re- Ileitis and orchards were laid waste. ron sali: iir aij. iuui.u.sth. thick unk ikhaak rr.it ikfttlk night or tako the It was only the name Greenback, aud all per70t A. A. MELLIER, IU. U 111 WAMIIMiTUN AVh.MJt; bT. louu. made to seek brighter skic- - and gards Davie.-- s and Hancock, no county, Minn., the force sons who endorse the foregoing resolu- also proven that young Itauisey and In Jack-o- n A very proper preventcontaining tions are Invited to unite with us re- McDully loaded a gun, went otl that a lioat, rights were waived, every legal step of the wind cip-i.e- d ive of the Chicago disgrace would was taken, and it was the exclusive four men tlshiug, aud three of them gardless of their views on any and all night aud returned in the course of two hours. were drowned. be for Congres- - to convert Alaska in- prerogative other subjects. of the contestant Little Alllliiee were held over for further A terrible storm of wind aud rain s to a Penal Colony, then when We return thanks to Senator Peek, trial. to proceed with the ea-- e to a final passed over the States of Ohio and InIt. from justice trike our shores, judgment, or being sati-lie- d with the diana on the night of Wednesday, May Teller and others of the Senate, and :K::E:sr,3TTTC2-z,r-. . .Synies, Mills aud others, of the Hon-.Ni'H- - Troiii Trim etiiii. t lie authoiitie. could dump them result in Ohio county to the lL'th, causing n great loss of life and Hou-for their very able and unanKniioii Hkuai.Ii: Your readers like Dealer in nil kimN of down in that region for.-af- e ea-- e The Dis- property. A Xeuia, O., 200 house! swerable speeches against the great to hear from all parts of the country, so without prejudice. keeping. were ruined and more thau twenty conspiracy (lead by the President and trict Committee was powcrks- - to conhere it Is from this region, asSecretary Manning) ti destroy the silIs extremely dull here at trol his action, or to proceed further iersoii" killed. The wind and rain rm: ii:ciion or mi: sumed the form of a water-sM)i- it and in the matter. Then, a. the whole Hooded all the streams In its course, in- ver dollar and the silver interest of the present. Farmers are very busy anil do country in order to Increase the wealth not come to town to trade, besides toThe late action of the committee question is disposed of, the nominee undating gnat portions of the country. aud tower of the bloated bondholders bacco is exceedingly low, nud therefore, Demo- officially announced, the further ad hould be gialifying to every The levee at Dayton was broken, railof the country. The Latest and Best Styles always on hand. crat, its decision is Democracy pure judication of the case remanded to road aud carriage bridges were washed and monopolist resolutions were also as this Is a tobacco country, moneylo-is The followiug quite scarce. I can account for the and simple. The precedent cstab-li-hc- d the people, let u stiike hands, and away, four houses were submerged, and reported and unanimously adopted, cal dullness here partly for the-- e reaMATTRESSES A SPECIALTY. by aliunde Joe, in the rape of remember that on u depends a Dem- one entire family is missing. The track viz : sons. Hut, I madoa trip to IjuIsvllle of the cyclone Is four miles wide. At We send greeting to the Greenback recently, where I met with business the presidency wa- - not then, and is ocratic victory in Augu-Wc have one point n church hi which prayer- not now, the recognized democratic faith in the loyalty and tho manhood meeting was being held was blown c,.ventlon lately held at Cedar Kaplds, men from all parts of the country. I INohm' Call anil KmiiiiIiu' Our CooiK. Iowa, and reeognie that organization took some pains to inquire about times method of procedure The of the party. We have faith that the down. ii' the only Greenback party in Iowa. generally uud found that it Is equally committee, would not and could not Democrats of the four counties canThe storm at Springfield, ()., did We believe that the tilling of county as dull elsewhere as It Is here. What go behind the returns except on ap- not be from their allegiance. frightful damage. Railroad bridges were offices through the Instrumental- the cause Is, no one isable to divine, ReTbe Best peal. If the 'county committee Wc have faith that each member of undermined anil reduced to masses of ity of parly nominations aud parti- publicans claim that it Is due to DemWaterproof or fail to elimiuato fraudulent the party will deem that on himself ruins ; hundreds of families were driven san laucor is detrimental to the best ocratic rule, of course they do not beCoat. vote, the meie-- t political tyro should alone depend success, and that he from their homes. most terrllic storm of interest of the people. Therefore we lieve it, it is a mere pretext. Hut I canIm foa Art la At Katon, O., u decline to make any nominations for not argue tills question, it is not my nw idhmtl pi.ii kinii tnci mni tow, ii aiftfin, l know that appeal lie to the ef- rnm and hall struck the city about 7:40 will put forth the nio-- t -- trenuou n a vuiwii . Ti )wffMmilu nil county offices hut inasmuch as many J T r, )kU. Mam. rlralh, UlMtrttcJ CU g a It nor my inclination to argue poli committee, and that body failing or forts to attain that end. 1. M aud lasted V2 hours. The los of citlens of the county have during the forte tics. refu-in- g to act appeal lie- - to the life and property was considerable last several mouths expressed an earnThe whisky ring are making ue of Hold Wnllliv (irlill.'lni'li, At Lebanon, O., the cyclone struck- - est desire for Samuel Comer Esq., to the dull times to advance their InterState central committee, who-- e defnllifioii Democrat. DON'T PAIL TO CALL ON north-wes- t. Forty become a candidate for county Judge cision is final. JJy reference to the proceedings of the city from the ests. Hopkins county voted prohibiprivate residences are more or less in- nnd kuowlug him to be well qualified tion 2 or 3 years ago, and now, Committee, which appear The illegal, parti-a- n action of the the jured, though no serious damage is re uud deserving we add our voice to the times are dull Iu Madlsonvlllejhe wa condemned In tiMluy'H paper, it will lie seen that ported. Kleetoral Coinini-io- n calls on him to run, uud now earnestly county seat, the whiskyites are trying L. P. Little Is officially declared Judge by every democrat in the Union. A disastrous storm visited Shawneu, solicit him tout once announce himthe nominee of the Democratic party to create the impression that the ab night of the 12th. The Coiiimi--ioa majority being for circuit Jude in this self a candidate for the office of county sence of liquors has produced the dull ami O., on the were washed out, town partly Judge, aud we here covenant each : Republican-- , rcfu-c- d rT' V to go behind JoeT. Noe. ., for Common wealth's Ht I'THJHk JtV ness. Strange to say, the devil Is, hy no serious loss reported. with the other to use all proper and this means making somo AMI the State returning boards on appeal. attorney. As to whether thee gentle- Hooded, but The storm fell upon Wilmington, O., honorable means to secure his election. people believe this lie of his. I tell you Some of the best mind in the coun- men will have opposition in the can- about ten o'clock, r. M., doing but In response to loud calls Mr. Comer 1 r, devil is u wily old scoundrel. try piouounced such a cour-- e, bac vass, the future must determine. slight Injury, but in the country be- came forward and announced his can- the whether they do or not, it Another one of Ills tiieks consists In Wo arc inquired lo do all kimlr- - of and tyrannical. Democrats to r. man were blown didacy In a few well chosen remarks. the Democratic purty to go to yond barns uud dwellings duping governors, and other high offidown aud trees were scattered in every to be a constitutional dtvlared it The convention theu took a recess cials, aud Inducing them to use every work ami roll up the largest vote until one o'clock. light, the proper steps having been for these candidates. They are direction. means to ruin our country with ihe de At Washlugton, O., a thunder-bol- t The convention again assembled and mon drink. Caldwell county sent a taken, to offer evidence to prove a lioth worthy gentlemen, who have fell about ten o'clock at night, damagMoses Turner, ofLogau county, strong petition to the Lcgishittuo askFrom tho Cheapest Toinli-toiie- s to the (Vtliot Monument.". fiaud, and demanded that that evi- hitherto demonstrated their eminent ing half a doen dwellings. In the Hon. unanimously was nominated for Cir- ing for the privilege to vote prohibition tltuess for the positions to which they dence be hoard. Joe Bradley, ReWo Guarantoo Satisfaction botli in Work and Prices. part of the county much dam- cuit Judge in this Judicial District. for the county, but Mr. Proctor Knott and deserve a hnndsome en- southern publican, overruled every motion to aplre, age was done houses, barns and fences IMiUASU CALL AXI) KXA.MINI? Ol'It WOKK. W. F. Carter, S. J. Caldwell and A. assumed the right to say that they dorsement at the hands of the people that effect. The logical sequence of they have so efficiently served in the were scattered about. W. Merriman were appointed a com- should not express themselves at the : Hartford, Ky. At Piquo,ClrclevllIe and Newark, O., mittee to notify Mr. Turner of bis nom- poles on this great question. He placed Market Street, which wa to elevate It. 15, Hays to past. considerable damage was done. ination. an office, to which he was not elected. upon the act passed by the Legislature A toruado struck Attica, Intl., at G l. Criminal nil A convention was called to meet iu his veto, nud, now the people have no In thi memorable conte-- t No. The act permitting Defendants iu M.,May 12. In five minutes 201 houses dogmas of the two lViiii! ami Criminal prosecutions to were destroyed. Three persons were Howling Green, Ky., on the 3d Wed- voice in the matter. the nesday hi September next, to nominate gieat parties. The Republican dog- testify Is given below In full, The law killed and mauy wero seriously wound- a Greenback candidate for Congress in The people however, will apeak out STEM- SOLID SILVER ut the next Gubernatorial canvass. ma declines) on the tace of the paper?, is now In force, and some cases have ed. this district. They will politely but most emphaticalW,ND The storm visited Counersvllle, the Demo- been tried under it. whether true or fal-Able and stirring speeches wero de- ly order Mr. Knott to take a back seat WHIiumsport, 1. Jtc it enacted ly the General Shelbyville, livered in tho forenoon by Messrs. WATCH cratic idea - to offer evidence of and vacate the Executive chair Iu favor 0 AstimMy of the, Comtiwnuralth uf Kcn Peru "and Wilkinson, Iud. Hundreds Cook and Ward and iu the afternoon of one more worthy, uud one who will fraud, if any should o.it, demand a lucky, That In all criminal and penal of houses were destroyed, bridges wash- by Messrs. GufTy and Harreld. STEM-WINThe allow the people their rights. rejection of the fraud, nnd announce prosecutions, now pending or hereafter and SET. ed away, railroads washed out, and fenI do not know Mr. Kdltnr whether There i not now, instituted iu any of the courts of this ces and trees scattered to the winds. old time Greenback fire and zeal was the true itml llil NEW S,ll.l .Slim apparent In the meeting. you Indorse tho present administration tnri l.tr Wlii.llnB tn.l tllU(j tt.t3.7No. and never has been any good reason Common wealth, the defendant on trial, There was g'eat loss of cattle and many 310 ! , iiniiiwl l . The Green River Republican, Hot- at Frankfort, and I am not alining now llariK.llro.,li,,.lHlll,Kr;. ci.jiiili,ii ImI.jk... itra pinion! why we hou!d depart from this well on his own request, shall tie allowed to persons were killed. ter County News, Arkansnw Dispatch, to voice anyone's sentiments except prijnf mp, fully HTOIltWqUfitr MllS n tlinv'.rp. r. hy mall to any ailurew. at Thestorin was very destructive iu Il- Courier-Journa- l, testify in his own hehalf, hut his failure defined party method. Hurtford Hi:iiai.I) my own. As an Individual, I cannot to do so shall not he com men ted upon, linois uud West Virginia. aud Indianapolis Leader, are requested look with allowance upon any adminXo objection can be ,ltli LIU ii, i.ll.it un Iho . clhery oltliuwitfh A fearful hurricane passed through to publish these proceedings. or ho allowed to create any presump iljrcl to examination If ctuln-a- , Uore i.ai istration that assumes to dictate whethuiged again-- t the district committee ii riivn.farc uaUlus at the amo the central portion of Spain on the 12th, ciii On motion the meeting adjourned. tion against him or her. er the people shall express themselves Theae itihVi" Jiowitliodrecfllio.atil,... for not going behind the returns. causing an enormous loss of life, HousI '2. The defendant requesting that J. M. Cook, Ch'm'n. upon vital questions questions of"mo-meutot-is ' b' 1",""' '" The committee did all it could do, ho he allowed to testify, shall not he es uud trees offered as little resistance KtV'l letter or I) ? '?, "Vi'i1 "V1 J. E. SifAHKB, See'y. liiotiHwinU'r. lUii.lnileJ catalogue.' Interest. I will close this let.rl(c of all ur Watchta, hpec laflei all it had power to do, it put on rec- allowed to testify In chief, after any as so much straw. Soventy ersons are IHiIkc, Pen,, MUcmwc. Knlvea.ctc. lent to any ter by warmly urging (lie Importance He Wu Willing lit Ante up. aiW cw. e refer, liy ptruils.lon, to ord the declaration that, on appeal other witness has testified for the de known to he killed, and over 20 seof lliln paper, l, 1,1, i.lo.i.e mention the uublltbrn l,ei,wrl tlngi Buockton, N. Y., Oct. 2.1, 1885. I of good men, positively relusiug to supriously Injured. , it had fense. from the county committee-port for office any candidate who winks had a severe trouble with my Madder. HI . Malubtreet.LocmviLi.K, ky. i 3. If two or more persons arejolnt- This Is ewpec. Milton Mail Diiks, tho right to examine the returns, and phy- nl the whisky interest Consulted a number of ly indicted, they may testify for each The whole burden of conversation sicians, without benefit. After using Inlly Important as regards the higher reject illegal, fraudulent and other unother, unless a c nsplrucy Is charged In here is about mad dogs. There have half a bottle of Warner's safe cure I offices like Hint of Governor, legislature democratic votes. The action of the the Indictment, and proven to the sat- been four rabid dogs, and three cats was relieved, and I would gladly have Judge of our higher courts &o. &e. good Thu time has fully come when parties in interest, obviated tho isfaction of the court. killed here within tho past week ; sever- paid any physician SUM), could he have men should look to the good ol the for resorting to any other I. If a conspiracy is charged In al morehavo been bitten. doiu what that small (iiiuntll.v did. country rattier than to party Interests. I have Mr. Owen from first to last the Indictment, and proven to the satcourse. Mr. John Kincade while feediug his Now I urn thoroughly cured, Would Tiiough u Democrat, deep-dyelong siuce resolved never to support a V. .t denied the right of the committee to isfaction of tho court, then each de- stock yesterday morning discovered a like to proclaim its value from the top whisky candidate for any office from . Judge fendant named in the indictment may stray steer hi his horse lot. Mr. K. of the White Mountains, with a voice the highest to tho lowest. This sentireject undemocratic vote-pro- opened the lot gate and started to drive strong enough for the whole world to ment Is rapidly gaining ground, and it iu M . Little on the contrary affirmed that testify for his own behalf, as above VV Iu sections one and two of the animal out ; the steer dashed after hear. K. 1). CitossMAN, grapo grower, alone can save our country. vided Late proprietor of the Rossi n House, T. IS. KICIIKY. democratic precedents should govern tills act. him and run liiui over the feuce, the Toronto, Canada. Aathnia, Bronohltli, Nenraljla, Wieumatl.m. Bludlnr at ah. In... the committee, nnd that it had the H. HotrientM, Tills act to tuke effect from its gentlemean went to the house uud reAn uchlug sensation midway down uiarrp Mailer t'iniiiilliiiit-i-'Notice. passage. turned to the lot with his gun; the light, on appcil to purge the the back aud at tbe right of the spinal Ohio Cikciiit Couiit. steer had left before Mr. K. got back, Tho negntivo of tho proposicoin m u indicates a deranged condition C'iiiiih rniiiii hi oihi', John W. Powers, Adm'r. Plt'f. 1 11 was evidently mad. tion loM Ohio county to Mr. of the liver which cau bo rectified hy Against Ily the will of the late V. Phipps I Mr. James Davauport had to shoot Columbus Powers, et id., Defts. J I h use of that great specific, Warner's Theicmwre wonderful discovery. Vo others Itlcotueuilutkt world. Owen,thoaflirinativo gained tho coun- am directed to pay large sums of mon rnl iovo ail manner of dlieaia. The Information around each box it worth tont two of bis work cattle this morning, All peisous having claims against (lie r inu uut iDout tuvui wiu mall for mwaya do inanKiui.I J re. SoitJevarywhcrOfOfcntby you winflflo. In tamo. ty for Judge Little. The latter gen- ey, anil in order to do so, I must urge they were mad. Hud Fulton shot a estate of Wm. PowerM deceased, are safe cure. I. eneriaan'a uonumon, bcii'hy notified to produce the same, tleman having tin unquestioned ma- ll pun all persons Indebted to said de mad dog aud cow of his lost Sunday. Powder U abtolutoly Ice! Ice! conpuro and highly prop'iiy proven, totliuuuderslgheil.oii (aim.1' ' H laf nuaaatMimtai jority, not u single vote of which was cedent to come forward without deluy, It Is to bo regretted that there is no or before the 1st day of June, 188(1, or l'tirt! river leu constantly on centrated. a On ounce arm pound of la worth Ilium as the claims must bo collected, and any other kind. Itle to prevent worthless dogs from be forever birred. liiiud at tlm Ited Front. Will dchallenged by Mr. Owen or any fiiend you will save cot to make a note of this law etrlotly a medietas to running at large. Jou.v P. Hahiiktt, uller It au where In town fruu of bo ktrea with food.or eent by mail for 3ft ooata la aumpe, a I bold everywhere, c. for him, and believing that to elimi ii'jm-si-. , M V.'MJelUmttigmTBV. 17-ir.. ii iiiii n, i.... nil i The recent wind aud hall storm did Master Commissioner. .u. r.A, charge. 9U oaaa by xproM, prepaid for (6.00 (irnit I r I. ire In Kiui.i City mill Oilier com-plele- ly a gieat deal of damage here. Mr. A. X. Jliowii and B. V. Fulton had each a milch cow killed hy falling timber. Dr. J. F. Knight ha.l a tine bay mare crippled, she became frightened at the hall aud ran against a fence. Our fruit is almost entirely ruined, what was not beaten oil, is badly injured. tobacco pr paring Farmers are ground; those who used canvass have plants large enough to set out Mr. W. T.Owen, of this vicinity, Is speaking of lelnrnhig to Tuxa. .Success to (he HiMtAi.D mid Its a nn.i.irr in in nit.u.v. ."Muiiler In llrelkclirlitiie Cniiutj. - 1 lie DAN. F. TRACY & SON, A.L t Agricultural Implements, ANJ) FARMERS' SUPPLIES. lost Articles and Lowest Priecs Assured DEALERS court-lioiise- lu Di-tri- ct THE FOLLOWING: 1 one-hal- rap-Idl- o e, e. is-- WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING will g green-hacker- s, rtiisMiisiwcioisi:. Dan.F.TracvXrSon, the: d uiwmm ' nu-rt.iD, et ltiUht A - green-erp.i-ture- fugi-live- S. A. WILLIAMS, -- ss e, fai-aw- Hu-iue- FURNITURE! -- U REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. di-tri- ct re-fu- -e SrSLICKER i l 1 A C1 di-tri- ct -- i i ct se E. J. DONNELLY & CO. TOMBSTONES n, Hall-roa- K-q- well-meani- Tow-eve- MONUMENTS. pos-sili- le !Lr"ble fiS 9r TX7"or3s:, Ilffi-iiiliiii- ed $15 IMPROVED e; $15-0M.-i- D ic-u- lt. ica.-onab-lo "! flrst-clu- ss JOHNSOraDYNE .. rtF r I akV A'.Alr klllllf KinGI I v dP v: imnfinu DADCfllJCf " MAKE HE I n poll-book- s. Dll I C -- lli-.'- lt tf iiil LH I i;r;S WS y Vi:i)Nr.HIAV,.MAY III. anil wife, two lillml jjnvo two very crcilltnlilo at tliu rink hint Ttiurmlay anil Krliluy nlylitH. C'roWH enter-tuliiineii- l'rof. I'HUSONAL MIINTION. TluiMJard nrtJ.,0. k S. In I.OUIHVII.I.K tV. EffiilJulj lillli. Itnllr.uil, will kIvii an WKr rnoM KANT HIOM MI'.MI'IIIH of tliu clitircli I to Crouin norlul on tliu I'olk'Ku f?nmnils, Tiiurnility evening Jmib.lil. Hveri'lnnly l.s invited. Imlli'M Tliu 'l'i 1 1 Nii.7lvNn.llv No'.'nr NiiHnr Mr. Morris Ims liei-- working at. i.iiiIhvTTTo u.'Oi- i :nt a n:iii ITmia (Vclilu lu n mi uirip Hiimll'ri millinery ilcpurlincnl every HOT MM U'ltchllrl.l an lU'JT nlht till eleven o'clock, to llll their IZtriA ll Ciincyvlllc 2,vj mill many in ili'iH. Tlirli .I'llcriurulinnicutii.1. llui- lluiliiu aia K'.Vi IIS llortoti iui 01 IlcuviT Until IS I.VJ l.U Hev. K. I). H"iiiiell verynl.ly lllleil 11(1 Melli-uiimji 111 dooi- :n a in tliu MciIioiIIhI pulpit lieru last Siiwluy 27 h is Hwkimn : a io I.M Mm (.Yiitnill'lty In llif Itcv. I' A. Kilwnrils, 'J .11 (Ircciivlll.i lam Hifi nui lo-i- i 1 of 1U7 :i:m :H7 .iai l.'Mf riin 7U itaiOA lis Niirtoiivlllu DnwMin I'liticitoii I'mlliriili MelHl'lilH IIWA lull in ic 1". 111 10 on 7.T.' 7 4IA 1' 1N15A niu His eiiiiKregation was lurKu ami uppre- uliitivt'. K. C llubbard, mauler of forenxlc e, MUs Nellie Gates, or Calhoun, Is visiting Mrs. Kills Thomas. Judge W. F. Gregory left last Saturday evening for Louisville. Mr. Win. Leu, of Owensboro, visited his sick relative, Mr. I). A. Miller, the past week. Mr. W. T. King, our enterprising livery stable man, left for Cluclumittl Monday night, 011 a short business trip. Mr. Joe Hrateher, of Cuneyvllle, 011 business lu Hartford, called on us Monday. We aro always glad to see our old friends from Grayson. Prof. W M, Martin, who lias successfully taught tlio school iu Kuuttsvllle, Daviess county, for the past three years, y r - man, paid tliu HnitAi.D olllcu u social visit, and heart and soul a has ptoml-ei- l to do his P'irt In making this week. 1'Olt COMIIUXj. tlie college exereles irolltahle and Mrs. Del la Smith, of Warwick counAiniiciuizKino asmiu.nci. iri- - auk .1. V. b. U.K.M KNTS. ty Inil., Is visiting tier son, T.J. Smith, Y or WimliliiKtoM ruiiiily, hi u nitnlliliitt) fur Why pay ColiKraxK In tlilH.llio lourtli CiinurcKNldiitil per hundred for fertil- our elllclent County Clerk. This Is the IMMrlrt.MiliJwt In tliv iii'tlim if lliu izer, when you can gel all you want and first visit Mrs. Smith has made to Kenputty. Just as good for $1!.M) nt Tracy & Hon., tucky lu seven years Wi: AIIK AITIIIII1IMI7I) ANMII'NL'i: riiiull uho do not put the extra charge 011 for Miss Henrietta Gunther, proprieA. 11. MON'IUOMKUY, nf llnnlln county, iik u lHMimrrutle Ii0-tress of the Ico Cream Parlor, will tliitufor iniKrt'KH In tlil, tliu Konrlli, "cm- - premium? lllalrtrt. The Hoard of TriMeiH of Hartford please accept our thanks for the bowl pawed an ordinance last Thursday of delicious strawberries. These were WK AUK AVTIIIIHIklJlllA. ANMH M'li HOIIWITHON. IION.TIIOMAH titr)iiKii's4, Mill morning, which went into effect at I the largest we have seen this season it riiiiilnliili! lur Io Hie lu'tlun orilie uciiiucriilli: pari). o'clock tlii'sauieilay, that all dogs run- and ipiltu luscious. Hill tOD.NTY ATTOKNKV. Our boyhood friend, Chas. AV. Stewning nt large should hi killed. "irl! AltK AUTIIillll71.li Til A VNcir.NO. art, of Daughety, Hutler county, Ky., V CHAM. M. I'KNIU.KTON Hartford College Is rapidly IIS II I'Mllllllllltl) llllll tllll Hplltlllllt'UII lllllllllll V called to seo us last Thursday and re- fur Ciimily Altiinii'y of Ohio ruuuty. into the front ranks of ('iliicatliiuiiliutjti-tution- uiiWed his subscription forthu and, miller tlio ablu manage- He says the Hi:uai.i must Hkualo. FOK AKSIXVlll. come, lie ment of Profs. Alexander and Itlinnilcs cannot do withihil It. WK AHKAUTIIOIIlrCIl m ANMIU.VTK T. H. JT.TT Is destined to take the lead. ii oumllilitlc fur tlii) nllli'u of AicMir of Ohio Miss Katie Schapmeler has our county, on t lie Prohibition tleUU. Mr. Iycurgiis Held, the new police thanks for the delightful berries. PleasKDlt JAll.Klt. Judge of IlockMrt, was lu town Mon- ant tokens like these, aru more highly Uliiu nutliorlrol to iiiiiioimru day ami qtiulilled. He was accompa- appreciated, having been culled by the (i. J. in... a ramlliluto lor rpelt'Ctloii iih Jnllcr of nied by his daughter, Miss Pearl, and young aud fair, ami lu reality are the llliloruiiniy, Milijirt lu win wyjirtiiuirjfirr-lin- n his They paid us a visit berries without the briers. Many, Miu, Remus. to lin lirlil liy tliu pcoplu iif tlio uliolu country on Miiiuliiy. Annum I'd, pvvl. while here. very many thanks. "IITK AUK Al'Tllollt.r.lClO ANMie.NCK l child of Kmj V Mary Wedding, has again JOHN W.HIMIVON a cjiiiill.tiito for JiiIIit of Ohio county, mile J. Ii. Miller, of Hartford, was very us with a token of friendship. of the otcr ut tliu poIIkoii Jict to tnv II rut .Moiiilny In .Mujiift, 1vol. xerlously by falling with her May the hits of sunshine being scattered by this dainty little Miss so early iu arm into a kettle, In which bees-wa- x A1TK aiu:autiioiukii to asmiumk V JOHN ll.TANNKlt m lti'iioltliran catiiltilatt! for Jailer of Ohio was rendering out. The little stiirerer the morning of life, bo reflected and county, Mil jeet to the 1U ol the Mitern of Is now rellug comfortably. brighten up the pathway of her alter ture and despite the burdens which lot county, cxpilNMll ov lliu jioun uii iiu have been praying so heavily upon life. llrst Moiuluy In AnxuM, IVO. A mad dog appeared In Hartford on the farmer in general not excluding Mr. W. J. Stewart, wife and three other classes a gentle e Thursday morning, it bit 11 cow liclong-lugt- o smile AVTV. AIIKAI'TIIIIIII7l:lllll AVMIl'Mi: ItKV.J. II. JAM US ncamllilikte lor lullir of UI1I0 1'onntv. 011 the II. D. Mclleury, a hug lielonuitig children, of Roslue neighborhood, call- of pleasing significance radiates the Prohibition ilckct, huhjpct to the Mill or thr ed 011 us Monday. Mr. Stewart said he countenance, as though better were x'0ilo cxpri'HMil ut the mi11n. Klcitlon to W. l Gregory, and fuveral dogs. AllKOKt, lNVi. 'I he dug was pursued on horse-bac- k and could not do longer without the Hint- - surely dawning. killed. Home of the bitten dogs have aI.d, and subscribed aud paid for a year KOU MAOlSTHATi:. The class in vocal music under the lu advance. His little daughter said supervision of Mr. L. Harnett, of No AltK A VTIIOIII71'll TO ANMIl'M'i: hecu killed. V ANIIUKVV II. ItOHS she had hcaid tell about an ugly devil Creek, which has been lu progress for runilhlKt.i fiir.MimUlrnto In the Km'krt region of ('mulier-lain- l but our devil was real pretty. The picturei-ipiLlcctlon AiiKiiit lvl. Muulntcrlal IMMrlct. some time here, will shortly close nnd Gap, Kentucky, forms the subject FnltCONSTAIM.i:. it Is plenslug to uotn how those big Co iiiciicc incut KxitcIm.i. of 11 richly llliHratcd article In the June ANMlUM'K "IITK A UK Al'TMOIIIKino AI.1I1N administered in n Harper'n. The nuthor, Jnmc Lane The College exercises which close ugly JIHKI'II It. a eiiiiilhliite for I'oii'lulilc In theCrouiuell Allen, writes entertainingly concerning tills scholastic year in Hartford, prom-fr- o wholesale profusion of tho most ghastly MiiKlntcrlal Dlatrlrt. Klcctlou AiiKiikl lvl. to give satisfaction to all concerned. discords us they onco were, may be tlie Untitles aud resources of that roIt could not well he otherwise, for It mellowed under systematic training mantic country. i.ocai. iii:ms. and become sweet harmonies iu "Muswould lie a dilllcult matter to find Ja. Haley and T. M. Haley, coniMH-in- g gentlemen more iu earnest In theirtw ic's breath." Mr. Harnett's ellort as HiiiiiII'h are UmiiiiIiik. tliu firm of Haley A: Son., general moru fully determined to give 111 teacher deserves credit aud his pupils merchants doing huslnesx in Holue, all respects a ij u id pro quo, than Profs. for their marked Improvement, also. t5nla water at Williams ItriM. this county, madu an assignment lat Alexauder President and Rhnads Vicu Hurrah for Suggs a thousand times. liny jour clotliltiK ntSmiill'.s. Thursday to Dr. L. T. Cox, of Hoxlne, President of the college. These gen- Ho has an admirable faculty of preIh tliu iliu-to buy your ".txxl. tor the henelll of their creditors. AsHmall'a tlemen make the Interests of their stu- senting facts in u pleaslug style aud Hmnll's In the place to take your sets and liabilities at present unknown. dents their own. They spare uo labor dressing up fancies to suit the public wool. to advance their pupils, few institu- taste. In the June lytic of the .Southern Mr. A. Godshaw, our live merchant Dr. Felix L. Oswald will con- tions of the kind lu the state are at all Kmall'ri aru lining a larger clude the interesting of articles on comparable to our college under its and tobacconist, is nt Henderson ou u than ever before. "Our Last Hunting Grounds," with a present management. Our professors short visit. A mail ilog was killed in Ite.iver O.iin paper on the Rocky Mountain Region. are scholarly, ullible, gentlemanly In Tho past few dtys of hot weather last Weilnewlay. Dr. Oswald Is preparing a series of arti their Intercourse with pupils aud peo- has driven out the white Mother Hub Straw berries anil cream at (itmtlier'11 cles on .Southern Hummer Resorts toap- - ple, piiiibtakiug lu the school room and bard bonnet and dress, iu all their lu love with their work, for the work's shapeless beauty. iear lu the Southern Hlvnimc. lee Cream l'.irlor. Heu-la- h sake. We look forward with no little The reunion of the teachers nnd for- pleasurable anticipations to tlie open-lu- g Sabbath school was organized at Two bitten dogs were killed in Heaver church last Sunday with A. C. Elmer students of Prof. Alexander promDam on Monday. of the exercises, W. C. Henuetf lis superintendent, Wo ises to be an enjoyable occasion. I trail, Hlilpiinll and feed meal for Mile clerk and Moses Chapman librarian. Spcclulty. believe we are not saying too much, by Williams H't. over uimju me, Turn nu To meet the rapidly increasing de.vhen we say that to our people is now pinch the weather clerk, we are about I eiiioiiadu and fresh caken at Oimtli-er'presented the one occasion of a life time mands on my prescription department, Maky Ann. to evaporate. lee Cream l'arlor. when they can abandon themselves to have made much improvement lu it, and am now better prepared than ever Kockpnrt Letter. a "feast of reason and a flow of soul." Another lot of embroidered and oribefore to till prescriptions with fresh, May 17,'S6: Dr. Jackson made a trip A man by the iecullar iiamu of luces reeelved at II. Small'. ental pure medicines, ut prices to suit the to Louisville lust week. Hmith, leprcscutiug H K. Uuckleu & Mrs, Alice Hensou has been quite Vanti:i. HKH) primal of wool. Co., tlio g t medicine linn of Chica- times. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of the day or sick for several das, but is Improving. Hlghetit prices paid for It at 11. aiwl engo, III., called on us yesterday night. ir, (it J. W. Fohu. Kmall'n. Miss GeorglaTowues, of Greenville, is gaged space for advertising their great visiting Mrs. Dr. Stowers. Condolence. Don't fail to call and nee our ladles' remedies for another year. This is a Farmers are so busy preparing for a We oiler our sincere eondolenco to hats. Mm. Morris trims all to order at good firm and their niedlclues are crop they have forgotten all about Hmall's. handled by a good firm here, vl. : X. our young friends Jacob and Simon large Small on the death of their father, Sol- the merchants that are wanting for &, Hro., aud they underCorn and bran, fresh meal and fresh Wayne Grillln omon Kinall, who departed this life nt trade. There is sotno complaint of cutHour, nnd chops at jxiptilar prices at the stand the valuo of advertising and let his residence in Huchau, AVerteuberg, worms. they have. tliu public know what Water Mill Store. No uew developments in the mad-do- g Germany, on the 2nd day of May, Prof. Waylaud Alexauder, the vet- 1SS0, In tlie neventy-llft- h business except the widow Robert year of his Willie Herry's little child was Mint ped by a supposed rabid dog a few days eran educator of the Green river coun- age, nfter nu illness of three mouths. Southard had one killed supposed to be try, lias an experience of 28 years in Tlie young men were greatly shocked rabid. The general scare will save ago, tit 1 leaver Dam. A perfect master of tlio school room. many a sheep hereafter. Hon. Bam E. Hill, eloquent, able nut! tils profession, nflable iu Ills association when they received the news of their Mrs. Harriet Dural and Mrs. Sallle father's death last Monday. genial, will bo one of tliu speakers at with his students, watchful of their Klucheloe are visiting Mr. John A. tlio college exercises. and fully alive to the demands of Woodburnnnd family. Itcil Trout Wants Mrs. J. R. Loudon, of Roslue, Is visiTo buy 10,000 pounds ginseng. Hmall's Just opened a now line of progress aud improvement in educations al matters, " " 25 dozen nice fat hens. his position as President of ting here. ladles' and Misses' line shoes and " " some fat. turkeys. Hartfoul College oilers an opportunity Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, of Hardin at very low prices. " all kinds of country produce. county, are visiting their son J. B. to parents and guardians to place their Williams Hnw. aro now delivering n vegetables of all kinds. children and wards lu an institution ofWallace. Ice. Anyone wanting lee. will please " " anything you hava to sell. fering unsurpassed facilities. Prof. J. D. Cundlft has been employ19 tf orders. call and leave their " sell you groceries of all kinds. ed to teach at MoHeury, he leaves toDaviess county's John D. Atchison, " ' bacon, haras shoulders & lard. day. Mr. W. A. Sandefur has contributed able, energctlo and efllclent county Suaas. m " " sausage and dried beef. from n wiltl hog, to our museum a tusk of Prof. AlexJudge, a former student 111k lliirifiilinl " " nice cream cheese. which measures six Inches full. ander, will lecture on the occasion of Persons wishing to avoid the rush aud i snaps. ica cukes, Jumbles nnd Mr. Joseph It. Albln desires to be the reunion ut the college. As a speakexcitement of tho auction sale next " " crackers aud cruckuells. constable in tlio Cromwell district, seo er Judge Atchison has few equals. He bargains" at " " the nicest and freshest caudles Monday, can secure "big is always able to delight and entertain his announcement lu this Issue. private sale by calling any time this 111 town. ills audiences. Prof. Alexander may morning. Mr. George W. Patterson has con " " oranges, lemons and bananas. week, or early Monday Justly take credit to himself as being W. A. Guison, wilted to act ns agent and correspondent " " Rakers & German sweet chocthe direct cause of the absolute stircess Asslgm 0 of Mrs. Steele. for the Hk.Hai.I) at Point Pleasant. olate. of this favorite of fortune. Tlio thor" " tlio best extracts iu town. Willltctl. Hmall'8 aro Inlying moro wool nnd ough mental discipline which Judge " " oat meal, corn starch and rice. A white boy, at least 15 years old, to ginseng, paying better prices, ami sell- Atchison underwent while under tlio " " molasses and syrups. work in the Commercial Hotel, Hurt-foring cheaper goods than any other house. supervision of our veteran and accomKy. He must be a boy of good " " Hour from SUC to $0.50. for the Itov. n. J. Itrandon will preach at R. plished educator, has fitted him manners, honest aud Industrious, and " " Homestead toliacco grower. highest position to which ho may asT. WhltUnghlll, Post No. 11, on the 11 11 11 11 possess all the qualities necessary to coru to Judgo Atchison as llflh Hunday in May at 11 o'clock a. m. pire. Wo alludo make a good boy. A liberal price will " ' pure river Ice. Indicative of Prof. Aloxander'n ability bo paid. Apply to " " Ice cream freezers. Mr. Wm. Foster of No Creek set out to fully preparo young men for future 10-8. S. Stahl. " " the best soda water you ever about 3,800 tobacco plants last week, usefulness. Judge Atchison's subject In this section. 011 the occasion of the reunion will be this la the first planting drauk. Money for Y011111; .Men, In fact the Red Front wants to sell Young men desiring to spend the vaDr. W. I). Armcudt, the Oweuslmro Then, Now and Hereafter. out so It cau buy again. cation profitably, will find something dentist, is at tlio Hartford House, ami Church Hlippi'i". to their advantage by calling ou the unwill remain tlio remainder of the week. Tlio ladies will give uu ico cream supllcila, Ky, dersigned at the Hartford House for Moseloy's, ou MonMay 12. We have a little worm the next ten days. No humbug. Ab Our young friend Alvln Rowu has per nt Mrs. Jeunio beneconsented to act as agent ami corres- day ulght, the 24th lust., for the heiu lufestiug the woodlands, presuma- solute money to men of energy. Room pondent for the H KKALi) nt Ceutertown. fit of the C. P. Church. Everybody bly a species of caterpillar, which is No. 0. W. M. Maiitjn, should contribute his mite, the object Inroads upon 10-Hartford House. Circuit court uoxt Monday, but don't could not bo more commendable. The making destructive forget to bring your watches, clocks Presbyterians have no house of wor- every character of foliage within bis A lair Drill. course. Sofarns my observation leads, aud Jewelry to bo put In order. We have Just returned from Evans-vlllship, and the ladies of our town, regard- the worm referred to is quite unlike O. R. Maiitix. where we delivered a lot of logs to less of denomination, almost, are striv- the ordinary caterpillar ludlgeuous to Mr. Andrew Jonn A. Reltz & Sou. Mrs. D. Duncan ami Mrs. Kelley, of ing nobly to raise sutllcleut funds to en- this clime, both physically aud as to Hepplemau received tho logs and we are measure. Mclleury, were in town and bought able them to build a church edifice. his habits lu general. The fly deposit-lu- g satisfied that ho gave us fair & Williams Son. their ladles' hats at Hmall's Trade Palthe eggs to produce the untold myrA"Ibiich' Auction Sale. ace. iads of these little greedy worms, seemTiiu l.oU for hale, Wo would call the attention of our ed to have possessed greut faculties of Tho oltl Fair grounds, near E D. Paradise, called readers to the auction sale next MonMr. Jared Browu, of Walker's, have been laid oft' iu lots of on us Monday, mid rone wed the alle day by W. A Gibson, asslgneo of Mrs. instinct with regard to what would sa- from one to two acres, which will be lute most acceptably the gustatory of sold by public auction ni the court-hnus- o giance of bis wife to the Hriialu for Steele.of a general line of merchandise, these ugly of the forest, door lu Hartford uext Monday, tho first another year. aud would say if you wish to secure bar- asupou tho oak they prey with most day of circuit court. Brother G. C. Wedding preached ac gains be sure to attend this sale, for ravage, and are found In greatest numOne Day Only cording to appointment at Cane Run these goods must be sold to meet debts bers. Rut it Is not here they stop their you firm. church andSchroader's schoolliouse,and of the tn annumIu the meantime, If unlfi course of diet, else the whole family, At tho Ohio County Fair Coin-piuiy'- N ImrfFiilnii nt nrlvntii u'lali was listened to by large, attentive this wo know Is the place to secure owing to the astrlngenoy of this soll- bviiutlftil gxoundu, Sntiii-du- y, and appreciative congregations. 20-tary food would become ravlngly dys them. July :irl, 1880. y AWO UXVKMKX 7W. I Dcino-rrntlo I 3t l x, w Thcsixtt-cn-moiithsoli- -- n peptic. UuC from a wee Insignificant object alniostdefying the most ecnsltlvo optic to behold, upon a varied diet and nutrition wrapped up In the venture of the woods, lu u few days ho Is a well grown worm an Inch and n half in length with a digestive capacity of probably two minces per day. Tills variety Is not gregarious In u sense thiil the common caterpillar is known to be, but Is everywhere diffused and each seems to control a distinct silken-Ilk- u web of his own which Is manipulated to ad vantage us 11 means of transit when a change of location becomes desirable. Hy means of this delicate mill almost Invisible liber they detach themselves from the tall branches of trees float down aud a passing zephyr carries them away to a neighboring branch or treo ivheru they nt once feel nt home and proceed to Indulge the delightful faculty of "taking what is set before them." In this family, of which one would presume consisted of several varieties, by ull the dillereut colors being represented, it Is easy to grasp a conclusion. The d Her en t colors are not characteristic of distinct varieties of the worm, but depends upon the kind of vegetation on which they suby may sist, hence u brown worm surprise ull his neighbors by appearing uoou. Their iu n bull mil nt mission seems 11 happy one, ns to eat appears to he their solo prerogative. When you pass through the woodland and seo the great trees stripped of every garb of foliage aud how rapidly the destructive process is progressing, oue is led to a gruve apprehension thut very damaging results may ensue The outlook for a wheat crop In this section Is unusually good. Tho acreage Is large and tho cereal Is In u tine healthy growing condition. As the season advances favorably for the pro duction of large crops even in tho very crisis of financial pressure as this p- ears to be, a little dormant hope begins to swell within our sensllve na11 a aii:mokauli: i:vi:nt. Hie llupllrliiKiil llarlfiml ou Hie 2ul Sunday In May, IHHll Tuo Clear Ruu every Sunday evening. I nm very glad to seo the Interest taken old-tim- "ir: 11 e 111 In-h- se H re-i- slip-jwr- 11 11 d, being done there. It speaks well for any community, when they Noted Participant. Everj thing considered, tlie adminis- take such a lively Inten-s-t In such pas tration of baptism hero 011 tho 2nd times as singing or Sunday school Sunday In May, was the most impos- Wo say go 01. young folks uml old ing I ever witnessed. Tho wnters of ones, too, In (lie good work ; you will the Jordan, 'In which Christ was bap- not only reap enjoyment here, lint will tized, aie turbid, which some believe, receive a luward by and by. Hev. W. P. Morrison will fill his reg weru sought lu older to represent death ; ular uptioiutment at Harnett creek, hencu we tiro said to be burled with Christ In baptism. Ou tho occasion re- uext fourth Saturday and Sunday, ut As tills Is tliu time to ferred to, the beautiful stream, lu which eleven a. in. this rite wnsnilmlnlstcred, wns like unto elect olllcers for the ensuing year, u full the Jordan, and as the grand man of attendance of thu members Is earnestly God, Dr. J. S. Coleman, stood nt the solicited. Horn, to the wife of Tho. Newcomb, water's edge, and Invoked the Throne May !)th, a line girl, mother and child of Grace In strains of transcendent eloquence and fervor, aud as I beheld doing well ; Dr. G. W. Chapman, the living mass of humanity gathered The worms are devouring the foliage upon the pielurcMje shore, I was over-aweof the oak timber hi this vicinity ; they with what I imagined to be, a aro ofu dark color and now ones to scene like unto that, beheld over eigh- your scribe. teen hundred years ago, in the Success to tlie Hkiiald, Nancy Jane laud of prophets, patriarchs and saints, Jones and "Suggs." FiLo.M as John the Baptist held the con of M. i:. CourereiMi1. God Iu his hands and baptized him lu Tho District Conference for the the turbid waters of the Jordan. Two of the actors iu this solemn Owensborodlstrlct, Methodist Episcopal scene added an Importance rarely ever chinch, South, will convene in Harl beheld ou occasions of this kind, Dr. J. ford, May 27th to 30th. All luem- S. Coleman and Hon. E. D. Walker. twrs of the Quarterly Conferences in They were both born here about sixty the district compose this body. Some years ugo. Tlie former became a min- distinguished ministers are expected to ister of tliu gospel, and how well he be present. A full attendance Is desucceeded is known not only to the sirable. Business of importance will people of KentucKy hut far and wide come before the body affecting the throughout this broad land. His burn Hartford circuit. Plans for changing ing eloquence in the cause of the Mas- circuits, making new ones, raising ter, has had n most glorious eflect, uml missions to circuits, reducing circuits have found to missions and occupying new territhousands upon thou-aud- s the Lord precious to their souls under tory, often originate iu this conference. Ids ministry. It is not saying too All the preachers are required to make much of him to assert that he is lu the written or verbal reports of their frout rank of Baptist ministers iu this charges. Committees will be unpointState and the entireSouth. Mr. Walk ed to look lifter various church interer became 11 lawyer, aud his ability ests, especially Quarterly Conference as such has placed him in the frout records. Lay Delegates will be elected rank of his profession, nnd his name to represent the interests of tho entire Religious services will be has been favorably connected with district. high offices of profit aud trust. Now prominent during the entire occasion. as these two men, grown gray and Preaching every day ut eleven o'clock bald under the weight of sixty winters aud ut night. A lively time is expectstood before the large assembly, the ed. Wo hope for u full attendance the one to administer, aud the other to from Hartford circuit officials. P. A. EDWAims, P. C. receive baptism J all were impressed with the reality of religion and the MWtlon fin tip. beauty, grandeur aud simplicity of the May 17, 1SS0. ordinance ns administered by Baptists. Editou Hkiiald: There Is a dearth At eleven o'clock the Eucharist wu3 of news. served, while it was simple, solemn farmers aro busy planting. and imposing, I cannot trespass on the Mrs. T. H. Boswell, who has been HI space of the Hkiiald to describe it. for for some time, Is much better. G.C. W. Mr. Henry Wright's horse fell und broke his thigh last week. Hartford, Ky., May, 1SSG. Gabe Likens while enmiug from Aiictloul Auction!! Hartford lust Wednesday evening lost Beginning uext Monday, May 24th, the sum of $55. It was found by Mr. I will sell at Auction, a splendid Hue of Win. Martiu, who handed it to Mr. been satisfied goods. Come early before tho best bar- Likens next day, having owner. that the latter wus the true This W. A. Gihson, gains are gone. shows that Ohio couuty mny Justly be proud of her citizens. Asslsuee of Mrs. Steele. Rev. P. A. Edwards preached an able ."Machinery anil Lumber. and Instructive sermon at the Christian We are ngeuts for the Gaar, Scott fe church yesterday at 11 o'clock. Bro. G. C. Wedding preached to a threshing maCo., engines, large congregation atSchroader's chines, clover hullers, aud a general house ut 3:30 p. m. His discourse was line of farm machinery and will gladly able nnd eloquent uud appreciated by his hearers. mail circulars, price lists, &c, to s. Success to the Hkiiald nnd its Terms contemplating buying. Amat. very liberal uud prices very low. We Another Victory at lcttylinrc. ate also dealers in doors, sash, blinds, lumber, laths, shingles, and all kinds of Gettysiiujio, Pa., Nov. 20, 18S5. building material. Send for prices to Two yenrs ogo, I became a confirmed & Buo. Invalid. My friends thought I wns fur F. M. Joi-Ligone with consumption. I grew worse Ellzabethtown, Ky. under the treatment of physicians, and They Keep up the Population. at last resolved to try Wurner'ssafe Mr. Thomas Newcomb and wife cure. Iu two weeks, I wus like a uew were married October 4th, 1883. On creature. In four weeks, was able to the second day of August 1884, a girl assume my household duties. At tills wus born to them ; on the 14th of June, wrltlug, perfectly well. I believe War1885 their connubial felicity was unner's safe cure will cute of all bounded by the appearance of u boy. sufleriug people, so I convince all sufHymen sealed tho vow of lovo by pre- fering people of Its merits. Mks. E. J. senting a girl on tho 0th day of tho Wolk, Wife of Rev. Theodore Wolf, present month. At this rateour coun- L. L. D., Editor Lutheran Quarterly. try will soon be densely populuted. We Farm for Sale. hope nothing will interfere with this The worthy couple iu well doing. The town farm of 243 acres, adjoining tho of Hartford, known us the Dr. good work should go on. Berry farm, Is for sale ou reasonable terms. There are about 100 acres in Waller Notes. cultivation, an excellent residence, May 14. AVe have regular mall now good out buildings, good orchard, good from Boda to Waller, and back overy vineyard and the place In excellent reWednesday evening. Leaves Waller pair generally. For further particulars upply to at 1 o'clock p. ra., arrives at Beda at 2. Wm. Phipi's, Leaves Beda at 2:30, arrives at Waller 11 tf Hartford, Ky. ut 3:30. P. R. Moreland, special carSpecial Notice. rier. A long felt want is being happily All persons indebted to the estate of supplied by the establishment of an ofA. P. Montague are notified to come fice at Waller. forward and settle up ut once. All persons having claims ugalnst Corn planting Is nil the go among farmers now. Some are through plant- said decedent tire requested to present proven. ing and have begun to plow aud hoe the same properly P. Taylor., Adm'r. 18 4t p Sam the present crops. There is some excitement in this MAllUIKlt. neighborhood about mad dogs, and a great many dogs are being killed. PalPhili.ii's Brack. In Cuneyvllle. estine Chapman had a colt to go mad Ky., Thursday, May 13th, IShO, by Rev. L. H. Voylw, Mr. Abrum PhllJIps of a few days since, aud die ; 110 other Ohio county to MIhs Ella Brack. We damage to stock yet reported. Ste- wish thoin unalloyed luippluess. phen Westerfleld was bitten by a dog this weeK but the dog was not affected with hydrophobia when it bit him ; he Mlfea promptly killed the dog. There is a terMiixch. Elijah ltertlia Miller, daughof Mr. Miller, who for Home number of worthless curs In Ohio coun- time hits been very low, with that tell ty that ought to bo killed, and now as di'Hlroyer, consumption, died at Iter faIt is In order to kill them let everybody ther's rexldenco on thu 12th lust, about was 27 yean of age. loud his gun and go for all that tire iu uoou. Mini ltertlia sight. The good work is going on lu Thousands of physicians nil through this vicinity ; let everybody follow suit. the United States pieacrlbo Wurner's been a fatal spring on horses, This has eufe cure, in bottles of their own. You about teu or twelve having died In this pay tliem from $1 60 to SI 00 a visit ; vicinity tills spring; several died of that Is g. d far-awsaw-mill- s, auy-partie- s edl-itor10-3- ni 09-1- R0Yl 31 IP J f ' IF : YOU : WANT rPLNlS Job Printing -- CA-XjIj ,' mSi8 : -- i1- AKIII POWDER This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength nnd wliolcsoinencss. More economical than tho ordinary kinds, nnd cannot he sold In competition with tlie null- tltudo of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. KoiAI,!lAKl.al,owiKliCU,lUOVnllHt.,N.Y HE MAMMOTH MM MAMMOTH Absolutely Pure. FstablishmenT WE ARE PREPARED TO DO-NE- WORKI CHEAP WORK1 GOOD WORKI EXERCISES Hartford- ATLIVlNliPRICES -- CALL ON US WHEN YOU- - -- College f Need Ans'tlii ' in Our Line AND WE WILL TREAT YOU FAIR Mm MIm Crawford's Institute; -- THE BEST. THE NICEST --OK. Monday Evening, M17 3!, Class in English Composition Essays,Reci- tations, Etc. Tuesday Evening, June 2. 7"or3s Crviaranteed. -- ! AND- Estimates Furnished to Distant Parties. Class in Rhetoric Finnls. Wednesday Evening, June 2, 4ETI GENTS raroRMNru llBlveitlM.lHllliUHCC l hihI Ititldiit IIEAITIFL'I. HIMIK. I COPY cl Mil Musicnlc. Thursday Evening, June 3. Class in English Literature, Orations. Friday Evening, June "dew VV AND ElRTINC AMCRICAM illflVrent klntl, AImiuII Hie Kmwi IUImiI rilrll-llt- a rinrir link, :OUO tr mill Sim, Pirnti. UiCkirtllll irVti. Ii Ifihenoil ceailiUuoil. of tltf Mud riir. a Kuluplei'0v.iiiNi prlrvldHKi-nl- . Archii umiliit tvtriwbtn. A1. Tilth Unit. FMUI'l. Pi. IMihI. fVnfH 111 cml Fifteen Hlaniu lur ct I Ml. CO., 17 Hor III Uaccalnurcate Address by Rov. W. C. Taylor, Mnyficld, Ky. Saturday Afternoon and Evening, OURMtt SINGER Ci7 WAKKAHIf.!' "WaK95 E."V"'!". Senrt Tot Circular. CO., HOWE tfc-.-- DAIS' TKIAL. 4C A 1 rail Net of 111 AttacbBienlti. C. Reunion of Students and Teachers. M.etbStV,PlUla..Pa. Unusual Attractions. In expectation of a big Circuit Court trade, Anderson's Bazaar will receive this week a big lot of seasonable goods, which will be offered at such prices as will command the trade. Bring your family along to do the trading, while you are getting your rights in the court-housThe other man may beat you in the law-sui- t, but you can make up your loss by the money saved in buying cheap goods. Among the bargains will be found a lot of India Linen, Swiss Embroideries, Oriental Laces, Parasols, Fans, Ladies' Slippers, Ladies' Hats, en's Seersucker Suits at one dollar and irty-fiv- e cents for coat and vest, Carpets, omestics, and a lot of White sewing ma chines, which will be sold at reduced prices. Second-han- d feathers, wool and ginseng wanted, for which the highest prices will be S. W. ANDERSON, JProp'r. paid. e. bots. you cun buy wnrnera tf e, 11 web-wlude- rs P. B. Moreland & Son have about seven acres planted In watermelons this time, and about one acre in onions. By the way, they are tho "boss" watermelon and onion growers lu this country. C. E. Baxley has erected a new farm bell to call him from his labors at meal time. B. F. Bartlett who Is engaged iu the business, is makFord ing a tour through parts of Daviess and Henderson counties, this week. Mrs. W. S. Bartlett has been suffer ing for somo time with hemorrhage of the lungs ; she Is a little better at this writing. Mrs. Nancy French is suffering from a violent cold. Mrs. H. B. Ward, formerly of this county, but now n tesldeut of Jucksou's Purchase, is visiting friends and relatives lu this and the No Creek She will return home soon, Miss Laura Brown, of No Creek, is teaching school nt Harnett's creek. She Is being patronized liberally, uud Is a good teacher. The young folks have singing ut water-elevatnelgh-liorhood. bottles, for be Imposed upon. Nnllritl Bale cure, Do SI 25. not FLOUR! FLOUR ! FLOUR! FLOUR Best Roller Patent. Ohio Cikcitit Count. Sallle Hamilton &c, Plt'fs. i Amitust VI.) Jos. Hamilton, Adm'r. All persons having claims againet Hamilton, deceased, the estate of Clem. are hereby uotilled to produce tho same properly proven to the undersigned on or before tho ilretday of June 18S0, or bo forever barred. John 1'. ll.vmnrrr, 10 3t Master Commissioner. ' FLOUR OTUir I rrilH K1DNKV8. TUB HTOM AC1I. A.P3 TIIK HOWlil.il. CUBE I'OK WAlbK. I IVIIU. Crab OrchardWZ .. a Fancy Family, Extra Family. Diadem, Fancy. Swan's Down. Southern Beauty.Choice F'mly. New Process, Extra Family. Southern Mills, Choice Family. aL m X3i;n n n Ei: 0. s E AskYourMerchant for leAbovcBrands IF YOU WANT JOOI, ItHLIMiM: FLOU11N. TToSVHVH J & Canatloat Ion. Sick Headache, w O rtKS sa-i- ? j to two teaipoonfuli.ii o'i "no !' 0ciud Haiti .L.i.,1 nt loc. will wkimulJ la bum. . N Keiiuluu Sill Orchard Witer Co..ProB'ri. Crtb KjT. S. N. lONBS, Mmr. 1juIiHU. IMI3 gig NOTICE THE 13 3m BRAND WHEN YOU BUY : I V IGLEHEART BROTHERS Evansvlllo, Indiana. ' sofl, dark curtain speaking was veiling the beautiful light, hut I felt Ihere'wus bright radiance hi her 's THE COMMON SCHOOLS. Aill.lis I'iiiIit Mils Tiu-l- Illbr. , In-.,- - WBINIDAY,.M OUR 1". soul Aii IMIIm's Opinion. Htfuare of anything that the maker is iilruld to own as his own One reason, among the great many others which we could glvo why thejiislly ami l'olnli',1 Sollilli',1. "If yon AQENTS. 'Jlic followlnq icrsoi$ arc authorhcd to receive tuMcrlpliona ami renewal, advertising In the Heuai.d, orders for ' f lined Swift's .Sieclllc has attained or Job work, ilc: "ll oti are siiiierniK iiiniiover-enuiisuch a large sale, Is the fact that Mr. ilrlnltliiK, any Itiitlseieilon or dissipation, or Jno. T. Smith, Jr., FonNvllle. nroytiiiiiRmi.l urnulei! Iiki fast, as Is olteu gave hi" Swift, the original inventor, ' Houkkk &'(., Heaver Pain. iiii"u.-If on ill 111 the woi ksliop, oil thu Ai.vi.n Kowi:, Oiiteilown. name to It. Tins wonderful medicine 'farm, aMIie desk, anywhere, ami feel Point I'IohsuiiI. UKO. W. PATII'ltioN. continues to grow hi popularity, not'that your system nev.W cleansing, toning or llKin, Haiu:n Co., UorUHrt, Ky. withstanding the papers are full of the 'stluiiiliillng wit limit IiUunU'iiHiik; If you are 'olil, liloisl thin ami Impure, pulse lliiyneavlllo. J. H. Hlauic, 11.111. IlllNilll. - fll 'leelilo, nerves uusteiuly, fueultles iidverrisellleiitsof Imitators and followliinl.'L 'uillihlK, Hop Hitters Is w hat Mill lieeil lo Thomas On.iJSTUAr, Cromwell. ers. Indeed It has come to.pass that 'Mlve on new life, health ami vigor." A. V. Thomson, Morton, Ky. this medl.'liiu is titling good 111 curing Ifjottme eostlw or iljspeptle, or stiirerlni! C. W.Tayumi, McMei.ry, Ky filial miy other of Ihe numerous diseases ol tho-- e who have become seriously J. H Hocki:ij tiuttnn. the Mom. U'll or bowels, It s your own fault from taking other mixtures put Maihiox, IHifonl. I'm. J. If. ou remain HI. up by nobody knows who. '):;-diw- e nually increasing salary. Ifyou aie wasting uwuy ulthany form of Kiilnev disease. ston teniiullii: dcalli this THi: VIOLKT VASI2. Advocate, Atlanta. The periodic change of tcacheis It moment and turn lor a emu to Hop Hitlers. to school Interests everywhere, '"Yi AM the olde- -t of elx ninllierloti "If youiiieslek wild that terrible sickness, sin l.aittct but in tlie rural districts more titan In Nervousness, you will llml n Halm In "A children, and nt tholituil f my i. In Hie south. In Hup Hitters!!!!" villages. The logic of father's limw. C.iiiMiUently I have It would lie siiperlliious, of course, to the towns autl experience hi this regard is, that the --II you are a freiiienleror a resident of many wires, uuil 1 am not a patient "call attention" to the page advera iiilasniiiticdisirlol,,pirr!ciiiloyour.systeiiliiKiilnst tlieseourKi' of nil eoimtrles should he letaiued as long as he tinder Ilium as 1 mlht he. One even tisement which appeals hi tills I of teacher Malaria, Kpldeliilc, lllllliitls und Inter- gives satisfaction. How often do we eu niltlent leAersdy Hie use of Hon Hitters. hit; when very weary, I went to my tlii'Thnes-l'iilo- n of the Swift dpecllle good portion of the session lost hi the If j mi hae ruuitli, pbiiply or sallow skin, dear AuiiOInrKiirct, as I often do when Com any. This is no experiment a Hop Hitters will b.id fair troubled. .lint to look at her face of witii them, or an dibit to tliuist a mutual ellnrl of teacher and pupil to ulf l.i lueiitli. l.tinul (lla. kln.iil.1 uli 'iu ill til .l.tl. li.infl. does me j,'ood, new autl worthless ding upon the become actpi tinted with each nllic r,and lieiiltli. S.VJH.UI) will be pnl. I for n easolhey Hlrenuth and will not euruoi help. ju- -t about the time mutual conlldeiice for it sneaks of rest. 1 found her ar- - market. This blood purifier lias been A TTilyrATdliT: and lespect tile established, the school laneJUK violet ill u uiiHille, beautiful mi the maiktt for years, autl glows in I do wish my skin "Oh, 1 gla-- s vaso. had ollcn thought favor and populailty each year, anil closes, and teacher and pupil meet no fair uuilhow as yours," "lid a wiisaselenr little bel '" her soil more. This Is repc.iUd year after year, blend. "You can easily tmikelt w'iniswer-e.- 1 that va-- e had ti lory, for Mie always .alls forth continually sorts autl hunthe friend. "How?" she tniinlied, uul many friends of the common "l!y iislm; Hop llll tors, t hut. makes pure, and no dreds of eudoremeiils from tlio-- e spoke of It ax her violet va-rleh IiIimhI and liloomlnt; health unit lie.itity. other (lower wu allowed it plnce lit ll who have been relieved autl schools 'idleve that to this caiHe may II did II forme, as j oil observe 1!" I put my head she had llni-hegiowlh ot their be attributed tlie slow piogress made The When cured by its I'rost'ciitt! tin Swindlers by our country schools. in her lap, us was uiy habit. has been immense. They now t...l ...... ....II nri I,.... 1,1. ....!.. .,.,1 II Mlll'll jULivuii A.. uiii niiirnivc ,111" y an entire building hi one of the fear my little Kill is Here Is another piopositlon which we iliner uf UojnimltieuMIe lubtl) lliedriisislsl "I iccupy V. I. Warner's hands out any stall' principal business blocks of Atlanta, invite our fellow (cachets to consider. (Jeiiuau Hop llltteis eallisl other "Hop" this v.'imiIiik," flit'ild or with inline, reiuse ii nun sunn urn iiriiKKisi us My vcleu was too full of tears lor .'inployiiigscores of men aiidshlpthmi1-- - Should eliiplettu he made aill-lltiour uin would a viper, anil If lie has taken Inlllil i,.nni fn.li.i Htiiiriii.ll..! I.I., i r,t(.,liu ..,,,,.. .... 1.1 V. Hoftly she stroked my hair, and mils of doll us df this medicine to all branch of school training V It Is not in- ....(. Kit ,I.U (... ......L. III... swindle and and siinhliii liirilaiotmes for tlie.'. Miflly repeated her favorite lines: . of the United States and to for- tended on this occasion to enter Into a m win lewtiid iiii iiiiviiiii mi iiiu eign countries. diciisson of the matter, but merely to 'riic frttl Ina rrlctlon oritur ilally life, lleart-uimwith lovlnu patlemelKiriie, They are Isiltl advertiser-- , ranking call the attention of our teachers to a The mi el: ciiiliirmiceortlieliiuaiilMrlfc. ,'IYlll 1,1 rill mining tht- - largest In the world, anil consideration of it. We are of opinion i n The painful crown of tlium", , Ky that if the teachers do not it in by far the largest in the Smith. l'uparu tliu licart ji r'orlil'-.owi- i ilwcillmr place." i Ills means they have made known the IlKltAl.li, It should be ii tide a sub. It has beelideiiinnstnittsl that Isitlleil The teinlernes of the tone and touch what they have, autl its merits main-lai- n ject of the programme for the next In Is superior to nay and nil modes. southed nil. For awhile we sat in si We would like to have the Its popularity wherever introduc- stitute. We have adopted the plan of placing the she asked me It I ed. bulkofouraihertlsltig INSIDK or the bottle lence, und then i. views of our tcacheis on this would like to hear how she wa- - taught One lesson they teach the business Send IH n postal card with your opin- and eoiklng It iip,whlleotheisilnnll of their work on the outside. .Some imaclne that ion on It. A general discussion of nalienee. Ho, sitting In the Milt cviii- - man, however. That Is the reason that II. II. II. ptoesso (lie story of theyor their buslnessare too well known liiK light, I at last heaid malleisls productive of good, valuable III the cure of nil IiIiksI diseases, This com- not harm. Teachers who lake u lively Scrofulous Hutllintjis mid Soles, HIiiMima-tlsuthe violet vase. lo need any advertising. L'atarih, Sklu ami Kidney ntUetlous. "You know, dear child," Mie -- aid, pany, which is not only extensive ad- luteiest hi their profession, are geiieltil-l- y Merit Is hi the bottle, and the pal lent Is at autl not iufreiUeutly, "that my parents had only two elilld- - vertiser-, having spent annually thousonce eon vlnmil of the lact. Large iKittlesSl, rvn, and that I was twelve years old ands of dollars for the just twenty lemuiierateil. Let us then three for ;2.5i. Address, lll.iod Hilin to., Atlanta, Ua. wheu your father was born. So for a years, ranking also among the shrewd- take interest in these things;. lone; time I was the only child, and est advertisers, make no abatement in One excuse given for tlie change In illicit have been a very happy one but it, but iuciease rather than diminish the school revenue is, that the Improvfor my beetthiK sin of Impatience. My heir expeuililuies in this Hue anil in ed method of assessment under the new J. M. Kills, Atlanta, Ua.,wiites: "I have, training only encouraged it. Mother i he same territory. They also testify Revenue Law, will yield u laiger school had a severe fmmof Kezema for lenycurijm did indeed try not to spoil me, but my to the superiority of newspaper ntlver-llsinfund at Scents, than was yielded un- have fahed to secure relief from vat tons docJuckftonviHr, father indulged me In every reasonable 'la., Timth-l'n-ioder the oltl law, at 21 cents; this may tors, mul nhnut id bottles of a noted remedy. and unreasonable whim ; ho I never It was pronounced Incurable, but tlie use of be true, but the fact that the LegislaII. II. II. has elUcted a cure, and refer to Dr. had patlenee to bear the Itact disap ture succeeded ill making the change I). O. f. Heery, Dr. 1'. 1". Taber, Atlanta, tin." lililoc) Complaint. pointment. Am! us to waiting for any For over six yeats I have been a ter- without one wortl of remonstrance from W. M. Cheshire, nt V. II. Hrotherlim's thing, it would throw me Into a fever rible sullerer from a troublesome kid- any partof the State, shows nhnost cul- store, Atlanta, writes : "I have had a Inrge As 1 grew oldpr, of disappointment. ney complaint, for tlie relief of which pable siipiiieuess on the part of (lie eating till or on my leg cured by the use of 11. 11. 11." mother would talk to me seriously, anil have spent over -- i'lO without beuellt j frieniN of the common schools. ProIt Isdeeldeilly ft most wonderful medicine tell me she was afraid G'od would send gress, aleituess aggression, and agita- for the cute of blood diseases, mul It will lemedies 'he most noted some heavy discipline to teacli me proving (allures The ue of one single tion aie the elements of success In a please everybody. what I Would not learn in gentle les bottle of 15 15. 15. has been marvelous, battle for the school system, against sons and which we all imi-- t admire to N'AslIVII.l.K, Tk.., Nov. S, timidity, Ignorance ittid demagoguiy. giving more relief 'than all oilier treatOne of my customers, Mrs. I.. Wllllams.has lie truly happy. When 1 was about IS ment combined. It is a ijuick cure, In tills battle the teachers must become been using II. II. II. a short time and reported there came to our neighborhood to visit .vhlle to me that Its ellects were simply marvelous, others, if they cure at all, are in leaden of the people, not followers. his aunt, u i (HHiB sailor n allied Aleck and that It f.irsutpassesall other blood remhe distant futtue. ltuuditll. I found Ills society veiy I'i.IkM Hales. edies she has used, and that she could heartiC. II. KimcuTs, Atlanta Water From January 1st, lhbU, for oue year, ly sanction anything said In Its favor, as it pleasant, and somehow we were thrown Works. I will haul freight from Heaver Dam had gheu her more relief than anything she. much together. Dr. i. A. Ouild, of Atliuta, who to Hartford, at 10 ceuts per hundred overused befoie. The time ol his vint sped on, and at W. II. OWHN, Druggist. jwiis a large nursery and vineyard, for nil class of freight, except special last the evening came for him to tell rates from Louisville to A book lilted with liifoini.itloii lias a lad on his place who was cured Flour, lime ami salt will be Hartford. 33 cents about your lllood, your Hl;ln, Klilucys,K!ieu-iiiatlsm- , "Wo were landing In our me good-bof a stubborn ease of Sciofula, with one nails, per keg, 33 cents, ami Old Ulcers and Sore, lllood Poislittle Hirch. My hand was full of vi- single Isittie of 15. 15. 15. Write to per barrel, per honcdti;t hundred 20 cents. ons, etc., mailed free to anyone. Addtess, olets. "What will you give me to take J. S. Vai'ciht. t tf IILOOl) HALM CO., bim about the case. " as a he asl.id. I silently Atlanta, l.i., For sale by 'A. Wayne Urillin it 15io., gave him hall of .ny violets. Me softly Sold by .. Wayne m Hartford, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALES. Hartford, Kentucky. (iilllln.v llio., ihuggMs, : "Thank you " Something in his said tone made me look up something in Noli.,'. Ohio fim t'l r t'ouitr, Ki.Miihv: I F. A. llnnlto, PlaintlU, his eyes made me happy Willi u Sta'ik or Ki:.viiTKY Agilnst Ohio Ci iter it Corisr. t content, for 1 knew then that my wo l olumbiis Hiatohei, Ilefeiiil.tnt,) : : lly iiltie of a Judgment inidoiCci olsale manhood was crowned. Jiut not for l'r!eilla Mturisi M)n petition in F.miity and of Ihe Ohio Circuit Couit, reiidoied lit the long did I (eel this content. For when .1. W. Morris J So. UN. III Hie above caiNelcir Noeinliir term, he began toseal: of his plan the two Notice is heieby given that Ihesomiilsls.M', with interest at the rule ol j ears' voyage the hopeol claiming me Morris and J. W. Morris, her hiihaud, I. pel cent, ur annum from the 7th day or afteiwaid niv old sellNli Impatience have this day tiled hi said court their November Ivd, until paid iiuit :.7.1", costs inched over me. I, who had nevei joint petition, playing that the salt! heieln, I will ullrr for sale by Public Auction, lit the t'nuit House in Haitfoid, waited patiently two weeks for any I'riscilla Morris lie einpoweied to Use, on Monday, thel'llhday door, of .May, Km), about thing, to wait two years! Xevci! Ami enjoy, sell autl couvej for her own use I o'clock p. M.,iipon a credit of six inontlis, Hu, lollow I told him so, mid that If he loved me and beuellt any prnpeity she may A (ultalii Ini; iIim rilicd piopeity,county, :Ky. Unit of land In Ohio he would not sail again. How grieved have or at'ipiire, flee from the claim or bounded as billows: lleglmiliigiit n stake In CA-Ijlie looked. He said that lie could not debts or control of her htisbtud, and to the sinking load whole the line olthe olil : JT- disappoint his captain ; that it was too make contracts, sue and be sued as a (esse Itiilnstrnet ciosses the load mid corner late to make other ariaiigenieiils, but Ingle woman, to trade hi her own Io.Iciij IIillj then with his lino ami thu ro nl N.TD W. hi poles, then N. T.l V. a poles ii f lei the two years lie would ctttaluly name, and to transact as a Willi the line ot I .'oil lo Cellist mils, then N. give up the life lor my sake single unman. II K. II poles to a while o.ik.elieslmil and and Ids umllieiV. He said that per (ilven under my hand as Clerk of lilckiny, llicn N.ul i:, lis pohs to a stake, II. U'l poles Ion lil. ol, gum on thu In ii S, haps ho ought not to have spokcu,as he saidcourl, this April l!lh, IbSii. .lesse llalns Hue, then with same to the was not able to many at once, but that in II p C. IlAitnwit'ic, C. O. C. C. theieoflo pioduce tlie he loved me so, ami heggtd uiy for sllllli. id money oideled to be lllllile. A loss of taste and thltst for acids, giveness. Hu asked me to wait fnrhiui, MAMMOTH PHI Nil N r MAMMOTH The Hllcli.iM.I Mill beii.pihed loe.Xeciile but I would not yield lo his eulleaties. yellow complexion, pimply sklu, a bond Willi iippioved seeurlly ImiiHdlately .IOIIN l inilltKTT, ariei sale. mysterious aching of the bones, a And so we parted. .Maslcr Comiiibslmiur. condition of the head, woebe"My dear child, may you never suf OHiol'iKi rn Coriir, Kc.Mi'i k : gone CNplessioii of the face, lllcglllar fer what I siifleied until tin evening of Itoseiibeig, Nathan .V I'lc.vncl, et al, 1'11's.l Agahit the day the ship was expected to sail. action of the heait, periodical head-neh- f j N. II. I old, el al., Defendants. with piostrutiou, high temperaWE ARE PREPARED TO D0- His mint came in then on a visit. In lly viltiiu ofa Judgment and older of sale a course of conversation she remarked ture of Hie body witli chills and fever, of tin. Ohio Chen II l'ouit,ioudeiedntthuNn. eiuber tenii, ivs,, In tlieabmueause, will that Week's ship had been detained and cm stant sense i,f weariness; lit ft out some cause and piohahty would lering in the stomach, mid sinking oiler lor sale by I'ulillu Auction, nt the Court .Mmiilnj, House llaitford, not get of I t ill Saturday. And this was sensation and depress'ion, palu in the 'Jllh daydoor, In Isni, iiboul on o'clock r. Hie or.May, M., of spirits, irritability upon a eiedlt of Uaiid mniiths, thu followThursday! What a bound my heart limbs, depres-io- ii i gave! Sliejilso said that her son was of temper, Indicate what is called ti ing deserlhed pioperty, malarial condition of the system ; u An iiudivlihsl tliicc fourths Intcicst In a going to the city the ne.t day. I fit tei mined to send a note by him to condition which must be icmovcd, if tiaet of land on thu north side of Hough celt, near Mines' mills, Ohio county Ky., Aleck. All I wrote was "I will at all, tluougli the rchivigoration of ci n us the Walton tract and containing know wait for you, Aleck." When his cous- tin1 kidneys ami liver, for whlftli noth- 1,7S1' acles, less Ml neies and I'd aeios Iheiefiom, leaving ljOi'iicics in rcttiruul, ho gave me from Aleck ing Kjuals that great speclllc, Warner's whlih Is to be sold, or sulllelelit this little va-- e here, (which I uftei-war- d safe cure. theieoflo pioilnce ssll.iu, the sum of iiiouey le'irned he had brought from a Neil I. Iiii s ami rib is, oidcicil lo ho liuiile. CALL ON US WHEN YOU- foreign country on a former voyage,) Tim purchaser will he required loexceulu A stage will leave Hartford at HI and a note. This was what was In It : o'clock a. ,M. dally except Sundays for bond with nppiovcd seetulty Iniliudliilcly JOHN 1. HAllltKTT, in Our Line Need "Maggie, llll the vase ivilli violets Isettver D.tui, Cromwell, Morgaiilnwn, niter sale. Master Coininlssloiicr. whenever they are in bloom, and let Itochester. Oiiiot'iiiciTirCotritr, Kr.vrucKV. them ever whlier to you this mes-ag- c 1'aki:: 1 ll.S.Tiiyloi.l'Ialutlll, AND WE To Moigiiiitnwn, from me: 'Dearest, be patient, I am Agalnt 1,60 Itochester W.J. a J. M. Heiry, Dclts.J coming.' .Meek." I will not weaiy lly vlituonf a Jiidgiiicut mid oulorof sale A stage will leave Hartford for HeaYOU you, dear girl, with a description of all of the Ohio Circuit Court, I endered at the Nothat long time longer than he or I ver D.tui at - o'clock dally. in the above causa for llio vember term, kahk : TJIJ0 JU'JST. expected. For on the home voyage hi Niiliiof ;i.Ui, I will oiler for sale by public Tn Heaver Dam, ? miction, al Hie courthoiisi. door in HarHord, ship wa" wrecked, and It was a year rr, McHciiry, on .Monday, the '.'ltd day of May, 1sm, about Til Itockort tie the vessel that picked him up turnone o'clock, c, M., upon u credit 01 0 mouths, l.no Central City ed toward America. tho following descilbeil piopeity, to wit; Ou'eli-bm- o ".,10 A tiact ol laud In Ohio county, Kentucky, bo for three yeais waited for Aleck. il (Ml Louisville or. and known as the 1 was dying foi thehight of him 17tf s. Vauciiit, 1'iop. ed as follows: Win. I', rantatlaud,fallen houndJohn some white, beginning a days, and at tirst I was wicked and oak and slump on the point ofa rldgo above Wlnil iiii liiciriix', Impatient. Hut hi time 1 GUAM) Ha us, Midi., July II, IhSI. a spring mul mar a cabin, 1)0 pole smith of north-wecorner of the Walker Daniel -- AND learned lessons of patient trust that I siillvietl many ycnis from Chiotilo thu were a tjulet rebuke to all my way- Diarrhicii, autl was able to get only 1XJ7 noli, survey, then N, ss W,s.sIIS pules to a W, 101 poles Hi Pallet Kou'nlhic, then wardness. When Aleck did conie back teinpoiary icl'ef. My disease seemed stakeslake In Tuyhu's Hue, then N. 1, W. So Estimates Furnished to Distant Parties, to a tome It was the violet time, mid the to bullle miiliuine. Kigali to take polcn to a slake, cornel lo J. A, Cooper's land, little vase was full. I was luippy then, Warnii's sale cine, and Increased in then with lilslluoM V.t IUI polci,,tlien with hut no happier than In the thirty years weigh! from 115 pounds to 10, mid Cooper's llnuS.71 j poles to a stake, another of Cooper's miners, then with another of Ids thai followed, for he tilled my life with have not had a sick spell this summer, lines Si. Mi:. IV, poles to miotherouuof his AMDTHt whereas lust summer was sick all the Hiiiibhiue until he went home, llfieeii thue.-M.- H. cornels, on thu lllbh Hue, then S. lsJ jsiles Wamiiiiiii:, Mich. School Courier-Journ- al to the beginning, containing III ueies,:i mods years ago. Again I am waiting. And .Moiicititor. and one pole, or siillhiont theieoflo produce, Olio year for 8U.50. Two Papers for Hit J llll the little vase, once now when of iiiimey oulered to hu niade. Ik 'out of sorts' with henil.itlie. stiiiiiiicn moiii than one. more 1 hear them whispei: 'Dullest, 1 illMirili'r.tiirjil.l ilier. Mliiliitiiiikirilili',coa-Mlii.itlnl- i, thu sums Hemt ust.'.W und receive your dome piipo Tim purchaser will hu reunited loexei'iilt. tlie best, wittiest tU--. iii'Ul. el m:i lie l.itul, tlmi iloon coming.' " bond with approved security Immediately and tho hiii erliihtestaiid ablest Kiimlty Weekly In th JMI, r. UAIlKl.ll', ulll t'iiu it'll. I. Sanative Wheu my Alllll Margaiet ceased utatroim'a reilcili' In inPilla .tllli anil IKU, aflersale. In couutrv .Master Commissioner. b'H iluivs e, t I. cull be no doubt of the tact tuat, the successful teacher must be well paid. He must he rccognbetl. The successful teacher Is a hard woi king iiliin, ti student, a learner. The successful teacher is never idle, seldom rests. He Is be yond peradveiitiiie, the friend, the ineuloi, the uioldcr autl the example of (lie youth in his immediate community. Here arises a condition of fuels which the trustees autl ;i.it ions of every dis trict should by no means disregard, No community can ntlord to dispense with tlie services of ihe teacher who docs well. Wisdom on the pari of the people would suggest that such ti teacher be retained indefinitely, even nt an an- ino , take dicer, 'liitiKtiHlilnii on lint iirslekiii-ss'Uyiiu mo simply nllliiit, or If jolt ftiM inspirited, without uviilc uuil 'clearly kiiowfnn why, Hop Mlilteis 111 Miii'ly cine you. Warning and poor lieiiltli or Comfort. Millrrlim from G E.Y2JML DJRICCTOli V. THE NEW AND ELEGANT HIGH ARM i i STATE. Uinemor-- J. l'mctor Knott. MuateiiBiit (lovsrnor Jas, It. lllmllmiii. A. MeKeiirde. spcretary ol State--.J- a. Assistant Soc'y of state II. M. MeCarty. Prlvnto Secretary to (lovemor-- C. Kgbert. Attorney Uetieint 1 W. Iliinlln. "iruuir Biiur! 8EWINC MACHINE IS TIH5 I3E8T. BUY NO OTIIE mm AND ) a TIIK tin- - r 11AILIIOAD. ii minister, ami liuveuMii taxed 'yourself with your pastoral unties, or n iimtlior, worn out with cure ami worlt, or a 'man orliieOnessor labor, weaUi'iicil by llio a man of eveiyilay strain or your over our itutlrs, or u.itU.llup nililiilitlit 'U'ttem.tolUnu llltli'is will most surely streniitlirli ou. "tfyoii are Kayelle llewelt. AsslHtmit Audllor ClnirlesS.Oieui. Treamirer James V. Tate. Clerk .lames II, Hawkins. Auditor llerks-r,.- C. ORGANS oust Southern Trunk Line Throtii'li Virginian in Siipt.rilli.llisltueHoii-.lo- s. Went and K. Olllce-Oeome D. D. I'lrkotl. I'leketl. EASY TERMS U'K Kl'KMKU Hiinx, Iimiilri'il-ti- l' Washington, Baltimore, AMI HAKTKKN M, Adiilus. Heglster blind Depulles T. H.t'orbelt, .1. M. Ulilliaiik. Insur nee Coiiiiulsslonei I.. C. Noiiiian. Depul Com. Virgil llewotl. A. Coons and U.K. Diilieun. Clerks-- J. Adjutant (leneriil John II.Cnllcliuiii. Clerk- - Wlekllll Chapman. Huit.Arselinl W. 11. 'lhompsoii. Oom. Au. Ilor.mnl Slatlsth's- - 1.1". Dinls, State Llbriirliin Mrs. Vliglnla lliuisoii. Clerk-Walker SKAllOAIH) C1T1KH Immos ll vi'iulv willi lini' ami nllinv niuntlilv rn- - Tin; I'iuiKH mul Or- to imy lDireot Hoiat 'ID in miii.iII iii:iitcilv jmy-nioiit- t. niiiiii'iiiN, ii;w m;ii:i, Oil-en- tfiiilt-iin---"- - 1 e, d, u-- e. 1 1 ss heart-wear- et kmi.ii--ttOII- Insneetorof Mlnes-- C. .1. Norwood. D Woods. I'ublle Printer .V Hindi l'eiillcnttiiiy Wnrdeii Jerry smiiiiIi. Deputy Wiinlcii atonte Taylor. Tho IiADIES' PAVOKITE, becnuac COIMIT Of Al'1'KAI.S. It la Ijiaiia' 31UNN1NO niul docs Chief J uslloe, Thomas 11. Hlnes; Judges, such benutlnil work. AroiUb' Tlioinas II. Hlnes, V, H. 1'rjnr, J. II. Lewis, it is iiquiokanilcasyoollor W. II. Holt; llcporter, John Ki.liiian; Clerk. Court of Appeals, Tliomas. I. Henry: Deputy AGENTS WANTED IN UMCCITIED TERCHORV Clerk, .im. M. Haines; Deputy Cletk Superior Court, Thonius U. Www J "sergeant. ItoberlMin J Tlpstnll, Janus Mitaulllf. tl. JUNE MANUFACTURING CO. SLM'KUIOn COUItT. Judge, Presiding Judge, A. K. lllehnrilsj Cor. LaSalle Avenne aaa Ontario street, James II. llowdeti, A. H. Itlehaids, J. (J. CHICAGO, ILL. Ward; Sergelit, John M. Klllolt J Tlpstair, John Stuart. J. I'.Tlioinp-on- , ltallroid Coiiinils-loiiu- s A. It. Iloone, J. V. Young. CONOIlKSSIONAh. Senators Hon. James 11. Disk and lion. J. ('.Si. Ill.tckhiirn. l!oiresentatlve, Fourth DMrlit- - lion 1' A. llobertsoii. DISTUHT SI'ATK l.KHISl.ATUltll-S- lh Senator-Ho- n. Sam. K. HIII. Itepreseiittlve, Ohio County Hon. Jisse S. Williams. Favor-ito.bccaus- relets. Ami iill l'.ilntM iii Slciinvay & Sons, Decker liwllieis, Arkansas and Texas. 'l'liniUKli Tk'kfln !ir.r nun' nil mill". Cull mi or nililri'Kx, It V .MITCHKIil. W V I.ON, Ajjt. o xirx ron cnioutiAii. llaiics Brothers, lknvnr D.im O VA Iul.ivllli'. . JiCWei' AND OTHERS. Rosewood, Ebonizetl, Walnut, AM) MAllUUAM (.I.S;.V. SfllC At. yj;..s(r.v.s :iADi-: IMKO. Harper's Magazine Il.l.t'HTItATi:i). Niimlier will IhiiIii Volume of llAiii'i n't V.nllMlll'Hliovl,"IJIot AIIKI'Im," mul Mi:. Iluu hi.i.'s Indian SiiiniiHT" fouiiu.t plmii In current M'l lul Motion ulll run tliroiiKli M'Vcral inilalier., mul Mill l.e follow iii l.y M'tl.il Morlci fioiult.il. III. M K iii.iimiihI .Miih. H. .M.I'iimk. Anew dlllorliil ili'luillliient, iIImiiskIiik tiipleN l.y the eilriint llliiulllli. of Amenta nml r.iir.iK, will l.c euiilrlljiiliil l.y V, ll. Tlio Heremliei JIaii-KIM.. MlK.1 ro oiii)iu dl-rl- jj ipie-tioi- Hon. Joseph Noe, Alloiney, Uueiishom ti. J. lieiin, Jailer, Hartford. Clarence Uardwlek, Cleric, lliullord. .In... P. llarrilt, Master I'om'r, Haitfoid It. 1. Hoclicr, Slicrlll', Heaver Ham. Deputies I.. I". Loliey, .Mclleiiry; .1. I'. Cillinore, KonUllle ; 1". . Iloeker, Hi mi lion. Lucius P. l.lttle,.lude,UuenvlHii COUNTY. Clreiill t'oiirl. i. III r u j m I l.t SHONINGEIl. HAMILTON. ESTEY. D. H. UaldwIxN & Co., Iloui lier. III LOUISVILLE, lionm, 23S ZFovixtlx Ave., : -- . 1 lllilliJiiiiu,ir Niiiii Ii.'uIiiiiIiik Tin' isreat llti inry exctit of (lie jenr inililliiitl.ui of a hoili-- s of papcri . KENTUCKY. Hit" t'lmlri .Mli4iir tlrwiiis fur I.iln-.H'- i mitl SIIIIiik UIU tf IMMUNITYfromANNOYANC. tnkiiiK tlichliiipiHif ii hlnr.i, mul ttrpletuiK eliiiriietcrlllc of Aiiii'tliiin mmii aM ell at our leiulllin plcnsiiie ieoit w li I'IIAIimh III lil.i.v Waiim.i:, niul lllln-lriltc.ltl ". Itl'IMI iit. Tin' M AH.WINK ulll kic ei.'cl il alt. ntloii to American lilij.ilH, ti, iiIihI l.y tlie Iiit Amcrlcmi iiiiil illiixinit.il l.y leiulliiK Amcrlcmi ill. nrli-t- i. i, Dam. Court convenes fouith .Moiidays In Mii niul Noveliils'r and continues four weeks each term. SEWING MACHINE HAS NO EQUAL. il MtPKifs II Da Da Da 1 1 C. V. Massle, Judne, Hartford. T. J..Smith, Clerk, Hartford. II. II. KlusolvhiK, Attorney, Hartfoid. Court convenes on the first .Monday In every mxnth, 4'oiinl) court. PERFECTS New Home 30 Unlet Sq A m TISrACTIOM 4 km Mm V. Cl T ' iiisi' II AltrKlfS M.MIA.INK r vi:i:i;ia u VltlI.UNl IIAKIMMt'S li:itlOIICAI.S. 1'iir. urn . I i no 10 Co. g. l'.eilns on the third Mondays In January, April, July and October. the and October. HoKlnsna K. niirlerly t'oiirl. MoiulajH tljr.U.Gi. ",' S'.Uuli.Ms. j t 0 , i0 X?A Pat. 03t. 30th, 1833. II II Mliittxnr (.'lunula. Vltl'LlfMHtANKLINMlJUAUK I.I- 1U t"l lilt VltY, one Year (fitt .Numliep.( Post .ire fne ti nil Milierllici. In tlie Unl Icil Wtl'l.lfS Yol'Mi l'lAIPl.K Jin K n. Court r (ialins. II 1st In January &E W Hr IMher Con ii l Ollleero. 1. Hartfonl. lolui W. Moscley, Assessor, WhllesvHIe. K. I.. Felix, County School oiipt., Hartford. IlAlllFOKI). l'ollce Courts. .1. Si. 3fte&&!! V. T "S 3 Tlie o1iiiiich (if tlie Maiiacllic Itcglli Willi tlie .Niiiiili.r fur .lime nml li.iiiiiliirnl chcIi lie icur. Wli.n mi lllni' U in.' ntli. iiHtl.llulll lie-ul- ll iiiiik'tvlixwl Unit tlie ulicrllcr wllie tn Willi llio . urn lit Niuiilter. iM.lllul ol unit nl ll.wii'lVs Maha.ini, f.ir Hire ciiiK li.u'k.ln neat rlotli liliullliK, will l.e M'lit Ii) mull, xivliiilil,.m rerelpt of 1li pir Mituine. Clolli I iim'o, lol .'0 renin cm Ii I.) mull, poMpiM. tinlc to llar,Mr'M Miiurlne, AIIiiiIh 1 Ileal. : for Volume to mi .Mm i ami ciiix-lili'- il, iniliiMNc, fnun June, one tn June. 1 UlCIUl, JllllKL'i O. W. Uunser, Marshal. Courts held till Monday In Mutch, tunc, September and December. lii.AVKK Dam. II. K. owoli, JiuIko ; Win. II. lllmikeushlp. Marshal. Courts held llrst Satin day lu January, April, July and Oct. C. Daniel, JuiIko; II. 1' Chomwkll.-- N. Wise, Marshal. .Courts held second Satur day In January, April, July and October. CEUAl.vo. V. D. l'lilUeison, Jiidne ; J. S Tllfonl, Marshal, Courts held second Satin- diiv lu Jauntily, April, July and October, Uv vol.vo, ls. HW gl SWIFT SURE EIjW'I-- 11 fllltll.fl.OI. HeuiltliitiresKliniilillii. niaileliy loue) Onleror Draft, to itvol.l climiceof Iom not loropy till Nep.ipciare cxprciirilfr of mlvertt.e-min-. t Harper ullli. ml I lie Villi H"", Ilrol'utk. IIAltl'i:itA !UUTI!:itX, New York I'okt-Oftlr- u 0, 1), keep-sake,- Hamilton. J. V. I.u!ikfonl,.ludie; 1'. M iliown, Marshal, lourts held thlld Satur- diiy tn January, April, July and October. HiK.'Kt'oiiT. T. Kobertson, Judi!c;no Mar shut. Courts held tlrst Thursday In Jmiu ary, April, July mid October. Itosi.vK. J. J. Ijiytan, Juili;e ; no Marshal. Couits held llrst Saturday lu Jmiunry, April, July and October. Koiiusvili.e. Joseph Miller, i, .September'-- ', December March tl, Juno 5, September I, December I. lIUKOiin. C. 1.. fields, March S, June s, Nc-j- ) T- - : " " .1 h A , ' ''l JiisIIcch Courts. J. I. Harder, March Hew IT and Rot 'j LI mai.z, tion, r.-": 'w, a- 1, IF YOU WANT :FIATE: '. June Prl-ril- lu Job Printing Xj September S, December 8. J. McKlndley, March 2, JuneZ, September 1, December ti. Hahtioiui. It. A. Mevens, March!, June t, September i), December K. J. D. Hycrs, March U, June 1'.', September 11, December 11. ItocKi'OiiT. It. Duncan, March 'JO, June IV, Septoinber IS, December Is. W. I. Howe, March 11, Jiinell,Seplemberll, December II CitoMWKi.L. J. 1'. Morton, Mmch HI, June 10, September HI, Deccnibar 10. 1.. Arbuckle, March 18, Juno IS, September 21, December 21. Hosixk. 'W. M. Antry, March IS, June l,i, September 15, December IS. A. S. A till, March 'it, Jiiiie2l,.September2:l, Dccembci 21. SptKnge, Feu? Far'-,- ; 2.1. - Z." Vc:ghi, ITo "- 17o Wra ; L rnr "Tar-.twr.r- tmj Nccu.c, C. P-.:- I J F w : z Evory pood thlntr la Countor-fnltct- l, nncl contiimro nro CAUTIONED annliiet liUTATIONS ot Chlmnoyti inado of VERY theso POOIt GL ASS. Soo that tho oxnet lnbol Is on onch chlmnoy nanbova Tho Ponrl Top is nlwayu clour und bright Glnss. .Iiiiiiiriioliirl OXI.Y l.y .llmlo only of llio lly r.ln-- s lur finrtt niul l.c.f qua!, ltlmtiiiiiliui; lniif. anil l.y Ncwsp.ipcr in Ami'itcn, tin iviOit Ruad.ililo. grnts vv.intud evi'tywhote to cam tlio Sun's tnoie'y oi Ti.t Lit B' Pio-miui- o. Tin" most intt'fottinij and nilvanta-guoiiNews-p.ip.-- ? r. off.'is t"vT nuule ly any '. T GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. lltllut-j;l- i i OB SALE BY DEALERa Ar I.va.l llli.tl M'orlm. ' Al'..t Orno.niv.ic :icd, (' . ' n-- ' ." ';; - , G::"j P'? f, I. AiMri . '; - Stl-r'.i'-Sen- d C.r--uj.-- c m'f - munev tVii vr rill Ira Salil llili itIivmrdy first. HMirJ i , toany a1 1n-- Wmnrn. fitlii-rs- . Uiel ANSY lr wyi 4iuikrmited Hrlor wriVctlv No Subscnlicr ignoii'il or ni.gl'i:ti"d. Sonii'lliinfJ foi all. llciittlfitl niiilHtiliiUntiil 1'ruuimim in at.mil.ir.. (lolil anil otlierWntclieH.Vulimlilo llook'., Ill" IW'Ht I'ainlly Kuvrim; Midillio knnwii to tlio tiaile, nml aiiiuiiminltHl lint of uti)cUol real utility and liHtriiclinii. and ntcuUrlT hr W.UW or Cuh rfkBd4. noitrana. co.( ErTvrltiMl Aint-rirnt-i til kl DOD'Uni AVERY IViACHINr CO., 812 B ron t)"jr' XVELCOX W1K( SV1C by all UruncUta, r enU for partttularn. Try rniia.a ra. Natts. by Mill, Voat p iii DAILY, por Year iwltlieut Huiul.j) S6 00 50 DAILY, por Month(wltl,iiHiiiMy) I 00 SUNDAY, por Year. YEAR 7 00 FOR EVERY DAY IN THE I 00 . . WEEKLY, por Year AiMrru, TIIK MIN, Kf loft- - H. ... -- (olislables. Kokhsvii.i.i:. HllKouii.-Uioii- 4e ltoeKl-oiir- . JW.rayiie,l'.-O.r'oiilsllle- sea-fauu- g AL . Me mill! .'.Illlil iiiiiii. Ilix.l. Aui'iilnlnslll II. l.aiihiini. A. 1'. Howard. W. 1.. Miller, 1VO. JAMES G, 1 I 111 Iloisit lliaiich. I'ltoMWKl.l.. U.W. Marl In, lVO.t'ruiu well. Hosink. BLAINE3S :n5 I I i.iiimu CHURCH. llAi'l 1ST. Services second Saturday and Sunday nfeach month ; llev. J.S. Colciomi, pastor. . HorWceH thlld mid M. K. C'llUlteil, fourth Hundiiys lu each month, llev. P. . Kdwurds, Pastor. l'llKSIIVTKIIIAN, t'UMIIKKI.ANU Services second and fourth Sundays mid Sunday ullthts In eacli liiontli. No pastor, MKriioiusr IIi'Iscopai, (colored.)-Scrvlc- es every Sunday moriiliit; ami nlulil. Sabbath School at!) A.M. ltev. 11.. I. Wurd, pastor. Al.l-IIUAlTIST(coIoied. l'lrst and thlld Sundays at 11 A. M, and 7M v. M. .Sun. lay SchiMilat U o'clock, A.M. Itev. I'. II. Howell, Pastor. Soll-ril- fd FstablishmenT HISTORY OF U. -o- I'WENTV" -- 1 1 t: NEAT WORK! CHEAP WORK! GOOD WORK! now- LlflCfiLH TO GARFIELD. 1861-18- yi:ahs of congress 81 i:- S. GOVERNMENT; rrlttriifortlilipprliHlul limp. It cm-r- i tl.e limn tnnortant piriiHirlil.tuijr. xtenillnu from Llnroln oOiirI)cl.l,lilin tventa lliiil lul to no J'ulitlcul Inn .ir ljii. ti two nniinlncciit liojul iver llml I'iirci, ultli fi; tiiinirli Heel ortriill, mill snow ii'lllnu by tho TK vof Mniwnirf, Xicniuptn-.- , uuBlvoour Hi:, nt-- . mul )iiiagntinalrt lll.itii tltur wiek. linn J. H. Wlso ono It i... sayKi ' Winterer titlti ll up, tin tuatur friIA-,- ' If be Mr. Illiilne'4 rn ml or enemu, trill nctfr.uullt loirw untlll, l,,i , ,ti tU irA.r" lion. Allili (I, riiurinun aj : "A tiiiute In imr a nmn mix Willi this li.iok i an itlAiiml, U.ikIio full Inktrurtlons to ncwihi-clti- . icri, wrlli; fur pur tin lul trim; anil drcular.ron-nnlnpnrtlci.Hrp. full trfrlir rr,lnu t rrtvinj wntSH.UlAI, 'U'l. MS fur which nJdri'U t oiicu. Tlil I rot nworl. nWliicMr lllnlne'ii vxporloncrn Hill'' In Coiurosn but linrlricllr linpiirtlul IllHurv if our Routinncnt from I'M tu lss. Mr. liltlnoi lame .lues n.it iiipiiir In tlie ilrni tol. hm onrc. It It Jio ny liUiuryiifoiir c nrriiini'iii that Imi In en th: thiee-fouillis- AT LIVING PRICI5S RICHEYS PILLS. TIIKV AKK UUAUANTi:i:i! I'liiiccton, Ky., Oct. 20, 188.r. To the Editor of the Herald: 1'lease tell your readers that JCICII-KV'- S llio lilMory u iiuw ruiiiili'tn il'lmr octavo Volinmaroiilnlijlni; WANTED. nml rtnily fur jmkaiitturv? Anything ii WILL TREAT PAIR lss-"- ,, .! THE NICEST I'JLLS aro cuaranteeil to givo m'r nerlect satisfaction In the treatment of .,. WIVrKltilsil.lTill, lliirtrmil, C'. biliousness, costlveness, headuche, tor-pliver, chills, etc. Tliey urc purely vegetable mul nicely sugar-coateuuil cost only 5o per box. I strliil.v enjoin ll upon ilruugistH to refund in iimy In nil cises when they Tall lo (,1m enKveryone who (.'els u SflO PaBOS Iltai.riU4lalothndgmtlDditf&0, tire sallsfiii'tlon, djooi or igittf( tu. pitr covrr uw. Tbli look eootaoiiU tbtcnrtouf, doubtful or ioqoIiUlTtwict t box, tllelelore, Is reijllested, If not kiow. Itrffl Cvtltlani. 0,000ffeb, calliTtrj ftwiuontbt. satlslied, to jo hack ami li port nftlth, Utility, lltpplaoia, promu4 Ij lla J' wto tatjtnirtf, wbooott wh, mllalaM, vbo Tie and yet tlo:ir money hack Biatutrr brouibi bom to you. 0 woc3rrul rm8l UnK, ur. WIIITTIEH, timau Irot to lift. Bnt totoiS IfConolutUp fcud fnatltt fft. la., ttoirttt 8i.m1I1I. T. E. RICHEY. nl MARRIAGE GUIDE Ihor-oilKli- ly 1 IIICIIKY'S J'JLLS aie nuld by 'Jhoinan d Kimblcy, Kentucky. on Hurt-lor- 43tf "VsTorls MEN ONLY orFnllliiK IiOt WnnknosH, Mnnhooil. Norvonnuets Inok ot'Strcnctli, Visor or Bovolopinont, rant)...! Iijr Iuillncrt.tlin. nlteiiMi., to ItanefHa In a ilari Ourf. u.uallr wltliln iimontli. o DreHion I'onlttyH l'roof.. full .UitfriptlouauU riorQuackftrr, 1.1I1U A QUICK, DuriliK Iiii' past few nuilillii llieilc-iiuii- ii j for thu 7 a7 lias grwitly IniTfikHisi In tliLciiuiitry, iIh iM)nilailly ImIiiu ninilicil In tlii'lnterlornf 'rt'iitu'XHi't! nml liiillunii. rMitnu U'l 1" IiikIiik.', nml illVIl ulll untilci'lils fire ll mvill. Mil , I IJ I Mill illlllcully Iiiih liei'ii prifiitetl, linwi'vcr, . . . . ..i IMI III' iI llllllll'MIIIIHO .' IiiuHI KO.MIM llllll- lnraiiH ll I'uulil not rtiuli ri'inuto mi I wiiyofiniiltwill nut rniilii mi; ni'tn im in it nt unci' t tut ti iiiiI1iIiii;.,1'-i- ' tluiiH us mxiii n ft t'l publication IIS Will Miicrlni. Ilolli mm'S if nil axes ran llvi hi ovvini; lo tint uxiatiug k'Killa-lluu- s ul liruiiraiiil uorli In i...ir tlnn.or all llio tiutl I'linlrol tlu inovonii'iii of i aiiitiii inn tiMMiirci. Him-- , win miiu u.' trains, while in utliiTHi't'timiH it Iiiih vim. Iiiiiui'iivi' put mux lor tlioi' wliu ht.ii ('(.. iitiini-i"ri.NMl.N uilviiutiiKcs over thu mnriiiiiK Ma ir i. I'nttliinil, viy nml wo liuvt iiupurH In this lieeil eniilileil to fumlNli it portlnn of our HiiliscrilivrH with thu liili-M- t iiuwh from tWflvu to llfieeii liourn lu mlvani'i' of CAPITAL, our iiiiiteiiiporiirli'H. In order to meet FRANKFORT. KY. tin" illllluiilty niiKKtittttl wo Iuivh ilulur-uiliu- il to WOODS, I'ulilislMil hy .JOHN which will contain carefully Holectwi I'tililic I'riiitiT null iiiutivr news mutter, full iindaccuiatc rrportit (irivi'iitiiilc.N. featiirt'H which Tim will 1)0 plllilUliwl DAILY of the iuirl,ttiMi other uttrnctivo ami cannot full to render it iliulni,-tiKowliiiinr iiiu (ionoriil Ansi'inlily, inillspciiMililo to thu farmerH, It will In. .'S columns In kIi.-- , nml wlllciin-tulu- , iilnuiht incrfhaiitHiitiil to tlio ucnenil render of In full, eiicti Issiip, thu iirnn.w, run- the intcrloi. Wo uro enulileil, tor, to (KKi.iM.ii of Urn m ami tin. iiiu'mk fdltinu furnlsli this Inlcri-HtliiIrilllhCrllil llf llll I.flH IIKI'IIB.SK.ST.VII M, lit any part of the country for lutlvo ncllnii, nml u rimiiileto nionl nf only enlH lnmiililiiK at tlio I'lirtviit ami local $1 .Stiitot'aiillal. In Nliort, It will lietlio lic.it ilaily paper cv.T iuIiIIhIkiI at tho t'apltal, per annum. Thu clieiiiuiesH of thu Post tihoulil cbuhu no ami In every rospoot n itKi'KKSh.Nr.vrivr:. ,n DIHLi.U, f Vfl.lt llf till) Colli oiio to detract from Its merits. The day WKI.I. AS A il for nowdpaiicrs linn pnnseil. luonwcaltli. We huvo found that thu cheaper thu Wuwlll M'lnl tliul'M'iTAl. Iii any aililress paper the inoro rcailcr it luw autl tlio fur ll.M. VI VII, l.Nri.UIIIMt 1IIK IIMI.V i.iu. tnoio Hh coltiintiH are tfouulit by ailvcr-User- s. rins' fiiril.MI. Tills iilluiils utry cltlzuii of tlio Htnte Terms Invariably In advance iloi'tiiiN prolcsslonal ami niwyciK, fiitini-'isllllHlllL'nH llllll ol oven' ulllhH. omit V llllll THK KVENJNO POST CO., -- an opportunity lo Nuciiront Hliitoiilllclals rni'.fiwr in l'l lil.ic viluN. llio (ll HIAI. on- 48 vol. 85. LouisvilJ.K, ICY. vn of till) Mate, t'oiltnllilliK tliu (UMI'I.KIK ii tiianm itirrol tlio acts in our ickim.iuvuInn les. ami iiiuuu iiliinr vaiiiania mm uuer,'i.tlllt; lllflllllllttlOII. Aildrcst, il mi. V. Tini"i.nrT, K.lltor.orTitK I'Arir.w., liinco oi I'uiii.iu i'iu.'.imi nun ivy. IIImikii I .1 .1 1 CO ,iitrriiyineiwe.i..iMtfii."it' itll. n Sn l.iAm. V O mleir . Irr s ,.f r lfl IJ I.H I.I.INL ,11 Ami. St ,Hilvlrl4 ii.Pi I. I Jrukvil, bhll.tlh Ot- - 1.V1 T.t 1 1.Ij 1 twill's r...VnKAINXfNllRVKlMsrAlK4. Ontytutt twee fie A'rret Ailttiu.nt. I ui. I t'f?ir. lie. NpAIl.ii.it it Ivkri. A, AiftteA. A 1 it I a tttr .. Trtlllw. till ft lllll Ixittlr frrcly ,r 1 v iy ITS STOPPED FREt Insane t'lriom KcitoreJ Dr.KLlNE'S 0BCAT NCRVEREBTOnER Iii;teiik;S:rt!ilj;Pc;t, I'UOSIMH'TL'S. ly y, Kun-tiifk- . . -- 1 I rc.-pe- THE DAILY l. iKsiiiuHi:.Mi-Wi:i:ui.Yeilillo- u, . 1 vn: IiimuIi-scribcr- H 11 ar Sk.mi-Wki:ki- .v hlgh-prlcc- 1 PIRMANEHT, CERTAIN CURE FOR ADVERTISERS All Sorts of hurts ani1 . The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you in.il:'' jr. i"ll n iw i'ti." i.iIc? Ma nnlia ilm is tiicc'i.-irmer that a'most cheat the I - In i.luln Milll SIUDICA1, CO., I'.O. 1 THE HERALD rnvolni. i. l)rar 1?J. jjutl.ilo, N.V f 1 W eeklv WlWNft M i HUtirJlBVlBALBorl iHEllrltiS iKIl . 'okinii-nlas- s, ' Coiirler-Joiirna- l, IbEBllinWfEillLEJtft' I'ECil. A Llfo Exporlonco. Homurkablo nnd quick euros. Trial PackaKos. Sontl Btamp for soaled purtlculara. Addroes Or. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Wo. mrn lotior .' Jbta:j :r.y corts of ails of It:, t need a cooling iinimciit. can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Nawapaper Advertising Dureau, lO Spruoe St., Now York. Send tOgt. for tOOPsge HainnpliUk , y l '