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T. J. SMITH.
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J. W. II MIX KIT.
J. I THOMSON.
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loll OlU.Nr HI' IT. COMMON" M IIOOI ,
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ii i n.tiiMrrr.
Hulim Klvvtiill iwiiUthhIIM of llielli"
inililli'iiu iioiiilni'i's for county iiIIIcin :
Kiitcii:ciTiriiui:rci.Ki!K - m.mii.i hian.
Mil! I HKAWIIIN.
'OR Vllillll. lir.M K.
Mill .1 tl.KIS WM. 1IIIOOKS I.Ktl II.
mii: iruwnoi: ii, x i. rnN
.Fi'iMJi: r.i:i:i:n', of NVw Yoik,
lias ilociilwl tliat lioyt'otting is
anil partic guilty of this
may he imjiiinietl.
Tin: n.iiirniit, and
the aspiiants of the Second
J)itriet, are as ininieioiis as they are
likely to lie in our own, the
.Mit. U. W. Joi.i.y; of Owciisboro,
is in training to commit political
niar'.yidoni. Tlie of
such gentlemen is leally to he
Tin: Uutler County News and the
Oreen Kivcr Iiejiiihlitaii have almut
settled the silver Theie
are a few minor iioints yet to he
IkOWAX county, Ky., i again in a
of war. The Martin and
factious are again in ami, and
i entirely in
Morehead. Excitement lnovaiU, and
tumble is apprehended.
A Wamiimiion i,iicr Millint In 1'iVMIu'
vlllliu Mouse of I.011N will lie uonl1 Ii
Aincrlcnn (tin Ircliiml unit that
Ireland would be woie oil' then
than now. Tlioc. women would
want to put the Univcue under petticoat
Ox account of the holism in the
Houe, the Educational bill will not
be called up tliU -e-ion. Thi- sum'
bill will catue
weak-kneed Dcmociat to loe his
wax.. It i- to bo hoped that all coward-,
paityeiuN ho iclegated to the
thadcf of piiyate life.
Tlie IIaiiimiiiii Hi i: ti.u thinks Uov. ICiuitt
Iiiin Ills ti'Irsropu I rallied on the I'ouitli
The Hi.itAi.n would further a,
that if, when the (Jovcrnor ha- .swept
the political hoiion of the Fourth
Congie ional he
the lif will have the
true focal on liN
-cat in Congio .
Ir i- that the line Italian
hand of (iov. Knott n:i )erccptilily
lilt at the Lebanon convention. The
hero of the Diiiham fiiiiiiuiilitif
played hi? hand for all it
for Mai hour, and Saulloy,
The admirer- of the latter gentleman
to make it mighty entei tabling
for the Governor, should he con-elude
to enter the Congie. ional race.
that a very inipoilaut change its
in the law.s by the last
LcgMatuie. Under the new law it if
i- the duty of the to to it
that a school house is built in their
HH'eral and they have the
power to levy a tax 011 their respective
for that without
,'uhmittiug the to a vote of of
Tiiixiis have changed greatly of
late. Cleveland is denounced for
vetoing pension bills. The fnt veto
of I're.xideiit Giant contained
hi- rP!tHiu for vetoing a
pen-ion hill, and of glory
weie heaid all over the land. The
Republicans canonied him. Cleveland
docs the .sum1 that Giant did,
and i- denounced all over the laud.
There is a dill'erence a- to who-e o
Wi: have received the number
of the Muhleubuig licpubliean,
published in Central City. It in the
Hiece&sor of the Argils, but is a
lunch neater and uewier paper. It
is a credit to itsownuis and it patty. it
It merit and should teceive the pat
ronage of the people of Muhlenberg
To oftlic Kfjiiililinui ho it'is
said, that its (ir.l iur had nothing
in it about Jell'. .Davis, and
We welcome it to our
lit of exchanges.
i:rAin 1: u Aitm.iMi.
It I illllkMill lo believe that uu 11I11 llvlim
iiiiiUt the t'omlcoiitli Aliii'iuliiuul 11111I In
the lilui'tt't'iitli eentury, m hen ue lend Unit
III Ohio County, Kentucky, 11 urum lias been
sentenced to the pciiltcntlnry for life for
tcutlinisl'I. Oonimrirfiil Untitle.
.The foregoing one-sided statement
is consistent with the training, the
instincts and the philoophy of the
Kepubliean pre.-s, and moro
is it eharaeteristie of the
The negro, John Hunter, was not
sentenced because of the stealing of
S1!J, inciely; the robbery of Sltf,
and the ful;citicnt attempted
weie but mcio incidents in
the combination of eireunistaiices
which culminated in his conviction
The convicted man is a chronic
offender. lie has already served
three' terms in the penitentiary, and
but for the mercy of the court, because
he was a young man, his last
term would have been for life. It
wit no oversight on the part of the
Commonwealth, that the record of
his crimes and their punMinient, was
not pleaded against him. It was, on
the contrary, the simple dictates of
mercy, coupled with the hope that
reformation in his moral char
acter would he the
The fourth the one of
which, after two trials, he was convicted,
and for which a life
was pronounced him, was
highway robbery. In the trial
theie an informality in the
on account of which a new trial
was "ranted. The second trial re
sulted in speedy conviction, which
in duo course, was followed by the
sentence ot the court. The law under
which the convict was sentenced
for life is as follows Chapt. 2(i, Art.
1, Sec. 12, Gen. Statute-: " Kvery
peixin convicted a second time of
felony, the punishment of which is
confinement in the penitentiary, shall
be confined in the penitentiary not
le-s than double the time of the first
conviction ; and if convicted a third
time of felony, he shall be confined
in the penitentiary during his life.
Judgment in such .-hall not he
given for the increased penalty, mile
the jury .-hall find, from record
and other competent evidence the
fact ot former convictions for felony
committed by the in or out
of this State." There i- not one syllable
of the foregoing law in conflict
with the Fourteenth Amendment.
The only part of that Amendment
which bear- upon John
i-- "Nor .-hall any .-fate
deprive any per-on of life, liberty or
property without due process of law,
nor deny any person within its
the equal protection of the
The operation of the State law i.-the
ami on all. The convict Hunter
had as full, a- fair a trial in each
one of the cases for which ho had to
appear in court, as any other citien'
could have had. The
was not informed as to the
fact-; but, true to its prejudice and
it- practice for it its
So determined u that journal,
and other- of that ilk, to wave
the blood v in -ea-on and out of
son-on, that their utterances bear the
imprint of mendacity, prevarication,
gaibling and confusion,
hate and a. limed superiority.
Hefore reading a le. on on high
morality to the Southern people,
they put their own in
order. They should modify to some
extent the tendencies of
their own delectable society; they
should pievent the long catalogues
of crimen with which the whole social
circle of the North is permeated.
The Commercial-Gazette should, before
becoming hoiritied at a fair administration
of law in Ohio county,
Kentucky, lend it" mighty aid in
iciiioviiig the unmitigated
of Cincinnati. It should devote
gicat political power, and its
-moral endowments to levelling,
not removing the dark list of
crime- which has marked the daily
hitory of Ohio for a decade. It
minders, its arsons, its burking,
it- its its; tapes
and its its disieganl
law and its venality in high
places, its private mornianisin and
public infidelity; it political dishonesty
and its social slavery surpass
of any other state of equal population,
and exceed those of Kentucky
in pioportiou to population at
least fifty per cent., as may he seen
by lefeienee to records and
the con-us of
The negro who-e conviction, called
forth such a heart-broken wail from
the Cincinnati political angel, was a
tenor to the whole community, white
and eoloicd, the rod-handed ruflian
would niiinlcr cither white or black I
lor live lullu... I lo wit never happy
except ulieii attempting
iniiiilur to hide tho theft. No per-
urn wa Halo while he was at largo j fit, yellow poplar, hhlngle, whlcli 1
mi, dangerous to lie alnnail at'"1" fumlHl' nliorl notice.
night, with money, iiiinriuc.1. ""'""T "fU m by, ",W,,,II,0WW; ,
" hoiih ill uted of Hhliiglos
I he law in it application to Imu '
a just ono. lie was fuitly tiiwl,
well defended, and his punishment
is a merited one.
vn,i. ir paw
Can the C. O. S. I. J. Co.
all'ord to build a short line to Hartford?
Having investigated the matter
to some extent, we believe we
can answer the question affirma
Hartford, for an inland town, does
a very large in all branches
of commerce. The country hauling
that comes to Hartford is considerable;
but the amount within the influence
of Hartford, which for want
wf proper facilities is diverted to
other channels, is very great. With
railroad communication, the hauling
interests of Hufonl and of the country
around Hell's Hun and beyond,
would come to us. Centeitown, and
the country about it, would make
Hartford its head-quarters for all its
trading. Sulphur Springs would fall
into line lkda would make this
its shipping port. The immense section
of country included with the influence
of these town", brings at pres
ent very little of its tr.tflie here.
It may be answered that the present
travel and traffic of Hartford are
not large enough to induce the expenditure
of largo sums of money for
the of providing a speedy
and that is true, but
the building of the road would gieatly
the amount to be credited
to Hartford alone, hut the railroad
here, Huford, Heda, Centertown, and
the rich agricultural country tributary
to each, would be brought
nearer to maiket, at le.-s
than they ate now, ami thoiisiiuN of
dollars which now go to Owenboro,
ind to 0. it N. 1!. 1J., or seek other
outlet", would come here, and this,
in addition to the natural iucicasc in
the of Hartford, would
highly compensate the C. O. it S. W.
It. It. Co. nnil pay better dividends
than ten times the same number of
miles nu the main road.
It is a conceded point among railroad
men, that for the capital invested,
short lines pay well, and it
must be borne in mind that the
increases, for it is a well known
principle of commercial law that, a"
the facilities increase, in the same
proportion do demands on them in
The coal and tobacco carrying of
the road to Hartfoid, and the conn
try that would be made tributarv to
it, would more than pay the running
expenses! of the road, leaving the
travel and merchandise as a clear
profit, but cattle, hogs and lumber
would be items of additional profit;
the-e facts, in port, exit now, and
would inerease more than a hundred
fold, if the condition- necessary for
The distance from Haitford to a
point between Beaver Dam and
is Ie"s than four miles, and
computing the cost of the road at
818,000 per mile, and putting the
whole cost at 878,000, the road
would pay for it-ell in less than ten
years, and leave a surplus
by way of dividend.
Our has not been exhaustive,
but the more the matter i-
lookcd into, the more does it become
sii'coptible of proof that the building
of a short line to Hartford would be
a paying there are not
many richer of country in
the State than the one which would
he tapped by such a line; rich in
natural rich in mineral
wealth. The impetus given by such
an euteiprisc would cause many industries
to sining into existence, ns
if by a touch of magic, and in a short
time the carrying capacity of the
road would be to its utmost.
There i- little doubt that, if these
facts were fully set forth to Mr. Huntingdon,
that his comprehensive
knowledge of such matters, would
recognize at once the importance of
a road as a feeder to the main
hue, and that he would older its
construction without delay.
Jui.V .'t, 1880. DauHou U having
In on every train, and tlie hotels
are nearly all full.
Bev. J. M, J'e.iy, o! I'einhrnke, Iuih
heeu here nearly all this week
Though advaneed in yearn, Mr
I'eay Is the nanie genial, pleiiHimt
he wus of yore.
Criiw, mo fur as I can learn, are look-lug
well. FurmerH are taking advantage
of the line weather anil are playing
Had havoc with weeds ami ijnias.
Wheat Is in very good plight now.
Tills town will elect a hoard of
police judge and town nmrhil today.
There is not much enthusiasm
In i cgiu d to this matter. The county
cainlidatcw are out In full foiee. But
the most exciting race will he hetwien
Judge Uiaee and Hon. ('. J. I'ratt, candidates
lor circuit Judge. Alreudy the
friends of those two gentlemen me
claiming for each of them the Innlde
Biulro'id on this toad Is improving
nearly all the time. The
have nice new nmcluw on the
""'i '"ailng the new name of the road,
N"UI""1 X"WH VmIuV.&c
Nlilnijlr" fur Na(,,
I am now manufacturing A. No. 1
,liouM apply to II. K. Vi:m.s,
'iVIm MIUwimmI, (Jraywin ('., Ky.
I'ltoi'Kitrv iioi.ii:its Ni:itvors.
IikIiiI.i nnil south ( motion People Milni;
lorn bl llii'iif I'lnnkforl.
Kiniikfiirt property holders have heeii
thrown Into a stnle of
ielv. hi' llio folliiulni? mieelnl. vent nut
from Itlol.i.M.n.l. V..
1'artloH living In tills State anil Soutli
Carolina have Instituted legal proceed-
Iiiks liy which they may recover a lno:e
quantity of property In Kentucky on
which a portion of the city of Frankfort
N liuilt. It appears that Lieut. Col.
Charles Fleming, a revolutionary
of distinction and valor,
for his servlees a tract of (!,(K)0 acres
in the then state of Ohio. After his
death the laud was sold, hut 110 valid
conveyance, it Is now eluiuiei', was
ever made of any portion of it. Tlie
matter has heeti carefully looked Into
by the heirs, who claim that tlie city
of Frankfort is principally liuilt on the
traet, which was formerly Ohio territory,
and the records of the Virginia
in the State Capital show
very plainly tlie entry of the original
deed and the location of the laud as
It I" said that there are only eight living
representatives of the old Col.
Among them are Mr". J. M.
son, of South Carolina; V. Ilermird, of
Richmond, Va,, ami Miss Judy Bernard,
of ljynchliurg. All of them regard
the result of their proceedings
with the liveliest and most hopeful an
tlclpatlons, as the property claimed will
amount to some sdtyHMI.OilO In value.
JriA' 1st. The famous St, Louis
murder ca-e, the uiysteric" and details
of which have been so eagerly sought
by the public fur several mouths past,
"trauue to say, lecelved a Hood of light
from one of our citi.eiis a few days 111:0,
which should cause an Impatient world
to to tremble:. It must tie an inspiration,
and the man must hae been
born for the sole purpose of consoling
Ids country in the event of wouie sensa
tional crisis. The benefaction Is wonderful.
It Is now known that Maxwell
was murderer's real name, but
a cnnxiiiiiid name our philosopher tellsi
in. The worM never knew this liefore,
so let us now return thanks.
Wheat is drying out rapidly in tlie
shock, and It is now thought that tlie
damnga will prove trilling.
Walter Hedrick is back from a visit
of several months west, and Is engaged
to teach the school at King's
the coming full and winter.
Miss Maggie Spurrier and Mr. John
MotrNou, of near Haynesville, this
county, were vNiting here last Satur
day and Sunday, the gtleits of L)r.
Hoover. MHes Allie Lltsey and Dora
Spurrier, of Whitesville, are at
Dr. Hoover's this week Miss
lias been engaged to teach the
school at Harnett's creek this fall and
wln'er, and I have Just reasons to oiler
my congratulations to the district upon
securing her service". She Is a member
of the Baptist church choir of
Whitosvllle, possesses a most charming
voice and performs on the guitar exquisitely.
The little daughter of Joe N. Foster,
of Missouri, a winsome little Mi"-, returned
with Dr. Foster from a recent
visit to that State.
Mr. Clint Carson and family, of Howling
Green, are visiting 011 o creek.
Clint Is a good photographer.
Point Plea-. nit .Vol,-.
June 2-S. 2fot having seen anything
in the Hiuiai.I) from this place for
some time, I have concluded to write
up a few lines for the same.
Business is fair, except a little too wet
for plowing and pri.ing tobacco.
Wheat, oats and meadows are look-
ing lietter than for several years, with a
line prospect lor corn, except in Home
Hat or liottom lands.
Flattering prospect for a good maM,
hut viewing tlie present death rate of
theawine iu this locality, niHHt will not
he needed this fall. Cholera Is doing
the fatal work.
Health of the people here is very good.
Prof. Wade Tlchcnor Just closed a
Hinging school at West 1'olnt church
yesterday. He has a large, well train-el
class, and were I not one of the cliu
I would say, that they would gaiu the
medal as a reward of merit, ut the
singing, which I learn Is to come oil' at
Hartford's Fair Orouuds, July ad.
Alvis TIchenor and J. T. ISennelt
have bought a Sl!,(KK) steam thresher,
and are now ready, willing and anx
ious to do the people's threshing. They
purpose grinding and sowing between
the threshing seasons.
Meisrs. Nat Lludley and J. II. Bowe
gave to the young people of this vicinity
on the night of the IMth Inst , an ice
cream super at O. W. Patterson's.
The Shacklett string hand was there
and made the sweetest of music.
Among the many other guests who
were present, were Misses Kadie Voting
and Nannie Neal, Messrs. (Jwi. Neal
and JShernian Vlck, all of Mouth
; Miss Lulu 1'attterson, of Mad-Isonville,
Ky., also Dr. King, Alvlu
Bowe, Lee Itovve, Frank Bowe and
others, of Centertown.
Not wishing to tax the render with
things of minor Importance like the
above; I wish to say toeacli and every
subscriber for the Hkkai.d, that there
is a small du'y binding on each of us,
to Its editor, to our county, and
ourselves; think of It Just one
and go to work. The task Is a
light one; here it Is, I recommend that
every one who is in areas, shall pay up,
renew his subscription, and hcnd with
his, Just one new subscriber with tlie
1 f)0, and do It between now and tho
llrst of August. Will you do It V I will
and more too. (Jicic.
Jfi.Y '2, 1880. Wo were undoubtedly
enjoying the most llilterlng propicts
ol a wheat, corn and oat ciop that has
passed our observation for a number of
years, until the recent excessive rainfalls,
whlcli have cut the corn and tobacco
crops short, and I fear have damaged
the wheat crop considerably, especially
on low, Hat land. Home
fields have been oversowed by the
waters of old Bough, vhlch resulted Iu
w - iIoiiMly InJiiriiiK irmluctH. (!lover
ImrvcHl Iiiih In on veiy much hehteil en
account of wet weather.
Mr. elms'. Ilowden, of Cleveland, ).,
m In en with us a few wcekc. Mr. It.
I c.Ulle iloun to erect out hull lirlile,
uiitowliiK to hlli unlir lm ilune but
1 little ut it.
M'.'Pwi.. Miyniit las a coiitinot lo
1, . ... ...
l,m" "" "1'pru.ieii at the etui ol the
l,r ' '" "' '' '" '!.
.Mr. J no. M (.Indium liiis the con
trai for hauling the bridge Iroin
He lu.s hnlitid a few loads
Mr. Beam (!. Smith ami sMcr, Miss
Kttu, of Foulsville, attended the
at New Baymti", l,it Siturday,
atiei did church at Mt. Vernon, ami
vi iled the family of Mr. A. T. Hine",
Si'mla.v. Come oftcner.
A' 1. I). B Ferguson and wife, of
Spring Lick, are visiting the families of
.Messrs Ed. C. and Virgil Benfrow.
Business h dull ami money scarce,
M. .it'll, of couise, is attributed to tlie
Jf nxcillous .nut loinitiloei
Should the N'ntUiu,
The must) Mould be, assume would ee,
The tueseut mluilulstmtloti.
The cholera lion- and rabhl dot:-,
And alt troubles of late ci cation,
Of Mil 10 nie due lo thai unhappy erew,
In line and war there's not a crime,
And soil Is In politics;
Krom early 11101 11 till rooMinu time.
They plot ami plan nnd work up trlcl.k.
The latest reports seem to indicate
that Mr. J. W. Cox will withdraw from
theraee for magistrate and enter the
Held as a candidate for county court
cicrK. 11 is rcporuu unit some 01 111s
warmest supporters say that they will
ride their hores to death or elect him;
no doubt the horses voiiltl object If the.v
understood the programme. The so-
tiety for the prevention of cruelty to
animal" sliotil Ik; notllltsl ut once.
Mr. J W.Cooper, prnpiictor of
Hotel for the past year, Is now
fixing up his duelling here and will1
move back In a few days. Another
proof of the oldsajlng, "that 1m who 1
drinki of the magic water of the
Oreen river will never live
tented away from it." We welcome
Mr. Cooper's return.
A double wedding took place at the '
lesidence of Mr Benjamin Daugherty's j
Mls Kluettle Ferguson and Mr. Samuel I
Brown to MIsh Fileiia Daugl.erty
Tlinniiih nil of life's uneven wajs, 1
Kelleltoiis mny their Jmirne. tie.
Until they end their innrtnl diijs I
And lntoiibllvlnn'sMM, ,
The Deiuoerallu camlliliiles for the
several county olllces, aeceept the Invi
tatlon nf the Beptlbllcall candidates, ,
""I1""1 iieislisl. w rile mr
,.,,l ...hi ,...,i ii, o... ,.i il... r..ll..,i I.... I '
will meet them at the lollowhig r,nMUrlnmW)i ,,, .,,, ,',;, ,t mrf ,,.(ft .
times and places in July:
Magan's on the 7th.
Mt. JKtiw, on the 8th.
Fordsvllle, on the !Hh.
1'attievtlle, on the 10th.
Ceiiterlown, on the lL'th.
Itockport, on the Kith.
MeHenry, on the llth.
Cool Springs, on the loth.
Cromwell, on the 10th.
Stewarts, on the 17th.
Bosiue, on the l'Jlh.
Horse Branch, on the LMth ,
In addition to the foregoing, the
Democratic cauilldattN inaUe th
lowing appointment and cordial' in-,
,. ., ,, . ,. ,, ,,,,., ,'
vlte the Bepublican, Prohll.ltioi. ai.d i
Greenback candidates, to whom a
division of time will be accorded : I
Wlldon'M Mill. Jnlv "1st. I
Beaver Dam, July J-.M.
t0 wmmiaee Ine"
Kifu Alt (ttu .liuiiieil frui l. Mr
Kline's Great Nerve Bestorer. XnlllHigV at a lOW I)1'1CC. (Jail
. ... --'.. - .-.
lq?bt' n M-v HIMIIUIi'lPI IIIM
and SAOO trial liottlc free tn
Send to Dr. Kline, 0.11 Arch
.St. i'hlla., Fa. 'Slf
D. L. BALDWIN,
Carpenter and Contractor
IFor Every Iaxt of a Hoia.se.
THE OATIPENTER'S WORK,
THE BRICK-LAY TNG,
Coiilnicliliiilo for CiiipleB' Work of All Kinds!
IRON -AND - READY - ROOFING
PATRONAGE : SOLICITED !
WORK GUARANTEED !
winv ... .Psy
.aw iur vi
f " m&tlaa to pa-
Xnrinri tintftitn proportion
. m fiMfirt"" otwhom took a f ull treat
tanii vrrrtMii torsa to neaiin oy um ox
MS8S&. SEMINAL PASTILLES
A ftjuf (jbI fltir fnr ftrtrntiln
WeAkDetisnniiPbrircai Vecay in Vouna or MM Mtli
dl Aited Men. Tested for KfgLt Years in xnnny
(ooqan(icaAe iney auaoiuioiy re tore prematurely
I Aadbroksn down men totha full njoymwntof
berfert&nd full MiinlvRtrni fftli and Vlfforoui Health.
To t hoia who suffer from the many obttenra dliaws
bronaht about by IndtMretlon(Kxpotire, Overtrain
W ork or too free Indulgence, we tuk that yon send ut
name wi to tntTnent of your trouhln. nnd aeoaro
rTATE COLLECT of KENTUCKY
rH AIIH AliTlllllltl n Hi ANMlUM'll
Y .1. w.m.
01 Wnshliii'toii eoiintj , 11- a eniiitltliito for
Coimrr In 1I1W, tne I'oiirlli t'onuieiwliiiiiil
Nlililccl lo I lie iiel on ol I lie lleiuo
WW mii: ai riioinii 10 iwic.Nfi.
A. II. Mli.N'I'lliiMI'.III,
of llnrilln eoiiiu. 11- n lieiiioeiiille
, it to, 1. llliv, ine r 0111111,1 on
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SJTTK MIC. M'TIIOUlrt II III SSII1 M'l
W no.N. rno.MAH a. uuiii.it 1 mi.n,
a candidate lor lot
lo the ii Hull ol tlie Helilnelillle p.iri.
KOH COlWrV Al'lliUMJN
T II Allh AI'lllnlllllliTll ANMU'.Ni t
V tii s. m. I'KNiu.irroN
ami candidate and the Itepiiblleati nominee
forl'oimty Attorney of Ohio count.
Wi: AUK III ASMU'M K
t. s, ji:rr
n eaiidldnte for IhoollUeof of Ohio
county, 011 the Prohibition tlelut.
Wi:aieauthorl7td .1. IIDAN
as a eaiidldnte lor ns lalhr of
Ohio count), suhjiet to that lny iirimaiirln
linn to be lielil by I be people ol thcnliolc
count!) 011 .Mouda), Aukum .'it, I
"IITkaui: AcriiouiHi'io anmii m i:
a caudidnto for Jiiller of Ohio county, subject
to Hie action of the Miters ut the polls on
tuullist Monday la lvO.
tri' AUK Al'TIIOIIIl.lllU AN UI MK
V Ui:V. ,1. II..IAMKH
ncainllilatu lor lallerofOhlo county, on the
Prohibition tleket.siibjxt to the t III of the
pisiplo at I he polls. KUclloii
auk au 1 ihhiikhto in.nocm 1;
Wi: ANIUIKW II.
11 eniidlilate for Mniilstnitn til the lloekport
Miitslstcilnl Ulstriol. Kleetlon Auitut til.
A Ilk M lllollll li TO VWlll'M V
WI! .IHSI'l'll IE. AI.IUN
a ciindblate for ( oust tble Hi the rrouiuell
Muulsterlal II. etlon uKn.Mv,
, Crab 1 Orchard
( WATER- t m
thi; 1.1VH11. 5sf
'I'lIIt HUI.N1.VS, hi a
4 xik: TIIU ; HT.1IACII. : IIOVI,I.M. 15
a piw tivk rem: run i
DYSPEPSIA. - f.f 5- c
Ikwr -Ono t two tfaifxinfiil"
1 1-.. ,,n.B lis. ai.n m.l T, 111
1,ll,tlll ,,n .',,
Mat, .1 11 11 kikM l l"T "ii'l - ,U -i
f liulliu ?all i 1 1 111 uuik. 55;
Crab Orchird Water Co., Ptcp'r. 3
S V loses Miimjm 1 " Kn
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TUC Af fl D I fl'C
n .1. III 111..
jrpm: Miisr spec i.ssi fl.
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rvttiiM urrr Wif thr juixt nylii m,tth, mimI it 1-
selllnu thrre tunes ns fit-l mm scer Is lure.
Hi Kiilitr cleiir fniui i" 1,1 -J.',. -In
and per iln. Nnllilni! like u iiiut
liliiiuiilii the history of IkmiX piiliUslniiu
Vifl xelltrfr till ujqifictitinn Ni eXperu In v
lli'lftl III iMtalir. .HMu. l.t l,nl.. .u.k..,,b
without menus in t a lnruc InisineM; mi
I erinruf oh rti9Hiniun.iit. We mean tintlne,
I and wiint IKe ner tuunshlp it
will ci)i,l you iinthliiK to M rile fur term- ami
lull descriptions tif our plans of lining
We llUo ji,e auitji ittamltirtt U,i to
lielxilis ulioM'Ild lis names ol Inxik inils.
Write fur our 1 1 T of free Main turd
IIisioiiK'ii l'l III I II ,
iT It IIHA 111 N N.,st. Mo.
TlioPOL.ICl:GAZETTi:wi.l ! mil',,!
Msiurely wiapped lo .u, iddri in tin
t'nlieil siiite forilireeiiii.tiiiiMni i.,, it,t . t
... , '' l,r,,J,.'Ali'
lillienil illsisitint allou,l lo posiin.isieiK,
n(,tfllB ,,,. ,,,. Niml ,,,,, s ,, ,tt,..
IW HAltP K. KiiX,
"',' Kriiimiln -.,ii,,re. N. Y.
Now is J'0111' chance
to get a first-class hug-
and see them; just received.
W. T. King.
Atotd t!io tmpoiition ct pn tentlom runt
iui iiiinivjirouoiu(nim nil iuarks
whoso only aim U to bleed
urn. iKie ncLiitb heh cuv tan inn
CL'UCLl tfioumia, dix iio inttrfrro
with attcntlun la bunneif. or riuie natn
orlnoonvenlfncelnany wiy. roundcl
nieientlfla medical rrlnelnlri. Ilvdlrrrt
rarptlcatloo to the w at old Iku Its pcclflo
intliirnrclt fiilt without drliv. Thahatural
lunrllnna nf hit human nruml.m ii 1 ha
wmicdftalniatlnfftleinfiiliofllfe are iclvfn hark, iKi itfnt
chccrtula&d rapidly calm huU. iuLta aud hcaltli
TtjMcj.K, Tli, ;7
HARRIS REMEDY CO., MraCHEMnns,
3O0t N.TenthStroet.8T.I,OUIB. MO.
Eiiglneering.ClassIcal, Kormal School,
Preparatory uoutsos of study.
Agricultural and Mechanical, Sciontldc,
Military Tactics, Commercial ann
COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION.-
1 .ill term tccliiH Sicpt. 8ttl, iHKd. I'nr CattllOUIIU J '!' r ir'. tuutlon
AJ.Ii.m JAMIvH K. IATI'lltHON, . . II, , Z.exlilKloil, llfill licit. .
rort the jmj cure or
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE
TOXfiA Is n pmiiiuor mo Tonsnor rnrcuir
UlaiuK w hero It luu Innic been lued iu in ol
iml.l., r.tn,.ltf l.v III,, nnllllll
atliopreinTtleH linMibem tlioniuslily lerteil,
VrtccB ? ,H',C" '"Urnnlly and pn -
- '"Nviiu 110 uiipirnmiii ciicrw.
It contnlr no Opium or Morphlno
mil Hit t' iiv am. iiliIinnlsTS
A. A. MELLIER, Hole 70U
AND FA KM tittS' SUPPLIES.
fd i 11
DEALERS IN THE FOLLOWING:
OLD'S WAtJONS. WlllTK OAK' WAOOXS,
STANI)AIM)1U'(!(1IKS, IMMIC PLOW'S,
KXCICLSIOU FLOWS, SILKY PLOWS,
CHAMPION FOKC1C I'l'.MPS, HAY UAKKS,
COIIN DIMLLS WITH WHHHLBAUKOWS,
TILI.KK A'iTACILMKNT, .MOWKKS AM)
WI1KAT DIMLLS WITH ItKAI'KltK,
TILIZLU A'lTACII.MKNT, FKN'L'K
HIDINt! ANDWALKIM! COFFINS,
(TLTIVATOIiS, CASKS Ac
AND BVERYTHINB ELSE IN THE AGRICULTURAL LINE!
ArilFAT IX NKK1) OF AXYTIUNCi
In their line, give them a call and thev will give
vou an Excellent Bargain.
an. F Tracv St Son,
. A. WILLIAMS,
Dealt i in all !'
The Latest and Best Styles always on hand.
MATTRESSES A SPECIALTY.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
IMi'itso Call mill lA.iiiiiiic Our (iooils.
E. J. 00
Wf arc iromroil tn ilo all kinds of
From tho flicupcl TdiiiIisIoiics to tlie CixtHcst MoiiiiiiioiiIk.
Wo Gnarantoo Satisfaction both in Work and Pricos.
PMUSK CAM, AM) KXA.MINK Ol'K AVOKK.
Market Street, : : : Hartford, Ky.
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nnl.irr iinihnvsrr i""triiiiii
pntm OVR POM U ITIt nOTTI.K
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& Is Ine Best
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pc it T lKiriiRinnr irciM
ilw I k on mjp in Hip it i ir.t t4irui
r If k jr.l w
i ' I ft SI- nmcTuhr. Ilniin Mm
TO CALL ON
STEM-WIND and SET.
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t (ill iii'iir rii i ii iii inr nn.i k. ii
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n.n9 ijr on r a or
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HENS LAY flkl.vIZ i i 3i -a. ooiorai -.. an 'K
utavaawa or nana
JHJf J,1 walbt
Thn situ wan a wonderful dltoonry.
mill. Vlnd out ho t thftni anrl alwana
a u vah wrllt
ft rte Bold evervw herO) or ant by mal I for USo. Id
?."?. us -IK mm m
fnuill a Dhiitliilaln aaaaa aaaaa aaaaa bib ni aaaaanE li IU
pura and Mfrhlycotv
II worth ai d MAKE
any othar kind. Hit
lent bv mail fDi15aantalniitiinrii. a l-l lb altTTh! lis 99
Hold everrwhara. or P"all iVoa.
lcauabyajpr.aa1prai?attf,for.00. tfigil JcSalKlA lfe?'lL?a