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V f THE SUBSCRIPTION PlilCE THE WEEKLYHERALD .MUST ALWAYS BE PAID IN ADVANCE and is as follows: THE THE ADViatriSINO HERALD RATER THE HARTFORD HERAJ A). AUK VKUV LOW AND WILL HK FUUXIMIIKIIOX Al'l'LIUATIO.V. Our Copy One Yrnr Bl.no. WE DO JOB WORK "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OP ALL NATIONS LUMBERING A'l MY BACK." Ou-Copy Nix .Months ,7fl. One Copy Four Mottlim no. EVERY STYLE AND KIND! irNo deduction from these rates mi-der nny circumstance. Pent to nny iitrWelmvn tho list presses nnd type, VOL. XII. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 8, 1886. NO. 49. In the United States for the above, rtn ploy skilled workmen, and our price, nml chntiged when desired. If nr therefore. urlor. .BBBM5S Av IR0' BITTERS roroMiinir uto with ruin: vrnrriiiLi: TONUS, quid..; toJ completely CI.KiNsKS n.l INKHHVS T11K 1IMHM). OttlcWnt IhrMdlooof the M!frnJKiJQfj. Clrinlho forajitfilon, Wikfi tlieklnimoolli. It J or snot laJarMhettfth,raaMhfiUrlif,orproliirtton OTIIMt 1UUX UMHCim HO, I'hf rlcUnf n1 Drultti TwjwhM ttcomntnA O. Dr. N. HcntiLM. of Marlon. Mim- mji HI rnd dmhui J roil uiuari t n fmio f .r t th I .- ami Mrtlivln all d)rpplJj it Ui Dot uuf I lb Itrrth " Ha. 11. M. Dnrni, HnftH tn,. aUtlt mI Iitfa trlnhHl 11ftrtn'l lrun IlitOni In mum fit t tnrnit nod tlv4 dt , 1m h ln Ma VTU Htrm .sal PI Mm St N'tw Oi Wit. I . pjli'. Hruwtt'i Imn Mittx r.nMd In i f l-loc-d lulfcwnlnc 1 h&rtur cuuuuaml it w I i timed iui(nr, . . . Mr, W. VrMovBNaTiiKtinU. All mf. "I t i frvtu utili Ii.iiu (. and MoithB nd my U ti Uttloi of ) rural. IrB JitUr JTictfl ft ffft ir 1 Cibbot iVM..txiluflj.ju( Ui ftluftUturilit.tuti." 4 b" ! Triil Mr-ii ifwitr I1.n tnwrfir, TrKc imi uilii r. 5' uitirl'j tiuuu.N iiii.:ii i.it, . i ; :uoi4 iiu. G IhYE 1U L DJ li EVTOli '. STATE. J. Proctor Km. II. Lleutriinnl H. Illndiiiiin. Secretary ol A. MrKeiiile. Asslstnul Heo'y of M. Mcl'.irty. l'rlVrtt"Kecronry Kulwrt. Attorney General -1'. W. Hiinlln. Auditor KHelte AiiUtuut Auditor C'li ir!r.Ure 1 reiuurcr Jninc W. Ttr. Clerk JmiH'H II. lliuvklii". Hupt.l'ut). Jox, It. riehett. clerks-1: ('. Weiiti.ml K. D. I'trketl. llt'Klstrr Irfiml Ocoiki' M. Ai'.niiim. ll.lorlxtt, J. M. UntliHtik. Insnr iico I.'. .Noimnii. Deputy Coin. Virisll lluwctl. A.Conntiind U.K. Iliincnn. Adjutnnt fie John II. limn, clerk WlcUlltr Clinpiuiui. Snpl. Arcnil W. (1. TlmiiipMiti. Com. An- llor. mid F. Dnvl. Mtnte VIikIiiIii Hmiimiii. Clerk Wnlker IVter. Inspector of Mini J, Noruood. 1'lllillc Crlhtir.t D. Woods, reiittentliity Smtli. Depot) Wimli'li Ornriir Tnj lor. Cl)UKT OF Al'l'hAI.S. Clilef Justice, CiiKUrll llelinelt; Judges, Tlioiiiiis II. lllnes, V, H. l'rjor.J.II. LewK W. II. Holt i ltepoili r, liilm Itnlinnn; Clerk l.'ourlof AppeiiKTIioniiiH.1. lleiirjj Deputy Clerk, Hum. M. (Iiilnes; Drput) Cluk Superior Court, Illinium tl. 1'iMire; Senjeiint. (I. A. HnbertMiu ; lltnll, .MrCuullII. HUl'KUIOl'. cour.r. I'resldlliK JmlKi'i A. 1.. IllellutiN ( Jililfe, Jninrt II. Ikiudeu, A. I!. Itlehiiids, J. IJ. Wiinl; Horitent, John M. lllllotl j Tlpstntl. John Htuiirt. lliillro.nl J. l'.Tholiipion. A. It. llooue, J. D. utiiitf. COXdUKSHIONAL. JiMiies II. lltck nml Hon. J.U.H. lllneUliiiin. lleprrvnt.itUe, romlli T. A. IdilieitMUi. HTATK DISTH1CT. I'.. Hill. Ilrprieiitiitiv, Ohio County Hon. Jtsve H. WIIIImiik. COUNTY. Clri'iill 4'mirl. I Ion. Lucius 1. Little, Judue, Ouenloto. Hon. Joseph Nor, Attorney, Oncnslioro. J, 1. riioinsoii, Jiiller, Hurtford. Clitrenre Clerk, llnrtfiiid, J no. 1'. llurrctt, .Mimter t otn'r, Hurtford. It. V. HticUei', lleuvi r Dmii. I'.IJIIimire. Fordsvllle ; I. K. Hooker, lUmer Dam; J. M. Cnselner, Hock-port; J. L. .Miller, Hartford. Court convenes four t li .Momlajs In Mnj nml Nnveinher mid continues tmir meUs 1'iich term. Colllll) Ciini'l, (.'. W. Jliissle, Judite, Hnrtforit. T.J.Hmlth.Clerk, llnrtfoul. C. M. l'enillelon, Attorney, Hurtford. Court I'oineucN on thn first ilondiiy In every moiilh. CliiHrlerly Court. llenlnson tint third Momluys In Junuury, April, July mid Octoher. Court il 'IiiIiiis, lli'itluson the Ilrst .Mondays In Jiinuury ii ml October, Ulher (oiiiily Oillrers. "liurlcK Hendrlu, Hurvcjor, Itockporl. I. W. Harnett, Assessor, Hnrlloid. L. I. Ixiney .County School riupt., Hartford. I'olleo t'liiirlN, llARiromi. J. H. Uleiiii, JiuIku; W. II. .Manzy, CouttH held 4th Monday In March, tune, Ueplomher and December. IIkavkh Ham. II. !'. 1 tweli, JiuIko ; Win, II. Illankotishlp. Miirsliiil. t'liuitn held first Kiiturdny In Jnuuary, April, July and Oct. C. Daniel, JuiIkc; II. 1. Wl, Murluil. CourlM held kecoiid In Janmiry, April, July and October. L'kuai.Vo. V. D. I'lilkcrson, JuiIkp; J. H Tllfoid, Marshal. Courts held hecoun in Jaiiuiiry, April, July mid October. Hauilto.n, J. W. LankforiLJiidKc; I. M. Ilrown, MiirshHl. Colitis held third uJauuiiry. April, July and October. L. Held, JiuIko: A. I'. How. nrd, Murshnl. Courts held' first Thuisduy In January, April, July mid October, J. Ui) ton, JiuIko; no Mnmhnl. Courts held tlrst Halurdiiy In January, April, July and October. Justices Courts. FoiiDsvtLT.B, J. I. Harder, Mnrrh 4, .JUilU 3, OV'I'IVHIUVI , necemuer z, ....., 1nB..ili ...-. Mlllnr. ...., Match tl. Juno 5, September 4, December 4. L. Fluid", March S, Juno fi, Hoptembcr 8, December f. J. McKlndlcy, March 2, June .', September 1, December 0. IIaktkoiiu. It, A Stevens. March 0, Juno 0, September 9, December l. J. D. Ilyi'is, March IS, Juno 1'J, September II.Dccemlierll. KoCKl'OUT. 11. Duucnii, March tt), June 19, Hoptomber 18, December IH. W. I. Howe, March II, Juiioll, September H, December H. I'. Morton, Maich 10, June It), Soptcmber IB. Dcccmbar 10. Ij. Arhnckle, March lS.Juno 18,8eptomber21,Deeomber2l. M.Antry. March 18, Juno 15, September 15, December l.'!. A.S.Aull.Marcli 23, June 2.1, September 2.1, December 23. t'oiistiiblcs. FoaiHVlM.K. J.V.l'iiyne1I,..O.Fordsvllle. lluroitn. Ooortso II. Lnnlmui. Kockpout. A. P. Howard. llostNK. W. L. Miller, P.-O. llotso llrunch. Martin, IVO. Cromwell. CHURCH. 1UI1I8T. Hervlces second Siituiday and Sunday of ench month; llov. J.S.Colemau, pustor. M. E. Cllimuil. South. Services third nml fourth Sundays In each mouth. Itev. L. k. Campbell Puntor. (JUHBKHLANl) PllKHHVTKIIlAN. Servicer, first Sunday and Sunday nlKlit. and night proccedliiR. Jtov. Willi, Smith MKTltoniST Kt'iscoi'Al. (colored.) HervlceH every Buodiiy morulnir and nluht. Sabbnili School nt 9 A. M. Itav.ll. J. Ward, pnMiir. AM'HA MAlTJsr .ind third Buuday, ot 11 A. t. and 7J0 v. M. Hunilay Bohoolat 9oVlook,A. u. Hev. O. II. Dow-ell, l'Mtor. fiMii.isiiui in iti:uuiir. INTROSPECTION, i. Have on sent her linek hoi letlels? Imvii J oil Klven her back lierrlUK? llnvu jou lilcd to forget the hiiiiutlUK koiiks (lull on loved to hear licrsliiK? Have on etirseil thn day you met her Ihiinked (list that ou Vtelu file? Audsild Inyoiiriiiiunst heart iisyoiilhouKht, "she licwr was 1 1 lie to nm?" You hiiNoenst olf, jour pride Is touched; you fancy nil Isdoux; That for) on the- world Is biliiht rmnln, and bmvrlv shines tho sun ; You have washed your hnndsofpaslou!you hiiNeuhlstled herdoH n the wind -O Tom. old filend, this Koesbefoictlio sharp. est comes behind I Yes, the sharpest N ) 1 1 to come, foi ln e Is a plant that licer dies; ItsiootsaredeeiiiisllieeiiitlillselMtsbnincli. es wide lis llle skit", And Mheievci iimu It 1ms taken hold It lluurlslim cwrmorc, llcurliiKn fruit that Is fMlrouMdc, but lilller ashes at eoli'. II. Yon Hill hum till", Tom, licniirler, when aiiiier has cooled, nml )ou Ilae time for I nt inspect Inn; you will rind my minis are true. You will sit and riip In y,urllie alone, nml f.incy Hint you cm sen Her f.iee, with Its classic; oval, her 1 mulcts tlutterlUK free, Her soft blue c)e, wide opeuid, her sweet nd lips apart, As she use. I pi look, In the colclen ilnvsulien )ou fancied she bail a heart; Whateeroii do, wnerever mi turn you Hill see Hint clorlous face CoiiiIiik with sluidoHy beauty to haunt nil time and space: .. . .... I...- li... ...Ml 1 Iloe MINKS llll Mill' nil III) "IP'SH'K IV I slut? themselves lulu your brain, "1 Till jour life seemsset to their ihytlim, and jourtlioiiKlits to their refrain: Thilr old, old biiidenof lovemid passion you luivn forsworn; I tell you, Tom, It Isnotthiown oirso viell ns you think, this morn! III. Hut thn Horst, perhaps the wnr of nil, will l when tho day hastloHii, When darkness fauns riltecllou, iiud your i olnriules me hII iione, You will try to sleep, hut the nirniniy of for- Rotten jean Will c.iino Willi ii storm of wild t caret mayhap with a storm of tears; Hacli liKik.iucli Hord.cneh playful I onc.cn oh timid little ire, Tho Hidden uleain of her rlnnlcls, the rust- Hint of her dress, The delicate touch of her ungloved hnnd that woke such nil exiiilslte thtlll, The IhiHirs she uave jou, th nlulit of the liiill"! think you treasuru them still-All these will come, till you slumber, worn out bysheir despair. And then you villi hear v msue echoes of souk on the darkened nlr Viiriio echoes, rlslnn and falllnn, of the voice jou know so well, Like the souks that were siiiik by the malih sweet Willi ndtsidly scll ! IV. Ill di wiinslirr heart xiellevcriiKalnbeyoiirs, mil you will ste Fair Kllmpses of what mlKhl have been whnt nowiiiii never be: Ami us she comes In incet you, with a sudden wild unrest, You stretch your arm forth lovingly, to fold her to your breast; Hut Hie I.urlel souk will faint and die, mid Willi Its fiidliiutnne You will wake to llud you clasp tliethln mid empty all alone, While the lire bell's cIiiukIiu: dissonance, ; on thn gusty lud borne, Will sec m an deinon's voice, laiiKlitiiK our crlef to scorn. O, Tom, you say It Isoveryoulnlk of letters and rings Di))ou think that love's mighty spirit, then, Is held by such trilling things? No) If jou once huvo truly loved. nu will still lovcoii, I know, rill the churchyard myrlles blossoms above, and jon He mute below I V. How l It, 1 wonder, hereafter? Faith teach es ns little, here, Of tho one we have loved and lost on earth-do )ou think they will still be dear? Shall wo live thn lives vie might have led? -will those w ho are severed now llemembcr tho pledge of n lower sphere, and renew tho broken vow? It almost drives mo mad to think of thn gifts vie throw away Unthinking whether or no we loso life's honey mid wine for njol Hut then, ngnln, 'lis it mighty Joy greater than I can tell -To trust that thn parted may sometlmo meet that nil may again bo well; However It be, I hold that nil evil wo know-on earth I'luds In this violence dono to lovo Its true and Icgltlmato birth, And thoiignulCH wo suffer, when the heart Is leftnlnuot For every sin of humanity should fully and well atone ! VI. I see that you marvel greatly, Tom, to hear such words fioui me, Hut, If you know initio Inmost he.it t,'tvi mild bo no mysteiy. Kxperlenco Is bitter, but Its teachings vi-o to- tnln. It has taught mo this who ouco luis loved, loves never on earth again I And I, too, have my closet, with u ghastly form Inside, Tho skeleton of u perished love, killed by n cruel pride: I sit by tho lire at evening, as you will times sit, And- watch In tho hall-light, the gliosis of happiness flit: I,tnn,uwuko at midnight, mid stretch my arms to enfold A vnguo mid shadowy liunce with IrcRsesol brown and gold: Kxperlenco Is bitter Indeed I liavo learned nt n heavy cost; Thattnretaln lovo'H petslstency, !,too,)inve loved and lost I llcuige ArnoUl, Abbyville Letter. Ahhyvillk, Nov. i8, 18S0 T with t foelliif? of drcnil, mingled with tt neiiBO of ItH utter worthIensntn,I attempt to pen u tow linen to the uinler the new mlnlstrutlon of Truly the loyolutlon of tlmo brlitcti nlKiiit many chaiiKCH. Not with out n mIrIi of reirret, doTl'ld farewell to the editor who Ims ever heen kind to a wuy ward, uninteresting scribbler. But ptitllng iislile with passing regret, what wan, I turn hopefully to the untried future, with that childlike fuith.lu the guy baubles of promise, that only too often burst Into nothingness. God speed the now managers on their Journalistic pilgrimage, antl inuy they greatly Improve the alreudy well begun work, over buttling firmly yet reasonably for tho advancement of truth nml morality, always keening an eye singly on those rnuks and shoal that lino the path to successful Journalism. Mr. J. W. Ford Is doing a lively bus- lues with his nt tlili plaw. The music of the saw and thn whistle iiwtikenhig the people to the fact Unit , enterprise Is In their midst. Kdiirlp, chlelly throtmh the meiilnlily of Mr. A V are being put fotlli to git voting precinct I and csIiiIiIIsIiimI Imic, and if It can ln uccotupllslit d,il v. Ill be n great boom to this intlrc conin.tinll.y. Mps I.uln Cox, Mho has been very ill forsoini' lime past, Is Ibntlght ltnfiirt Williams spent Saturday and Sunday lure vlslllng friends and tlves. liliiiMliasniKmy, pleased with the deportment of Hart ford College. Hev. Mr. Thorn n, the new In begin a serlts of meetlutts at I'luiiiiiit Mill, IhuM. K. eliureh, ly night The llrsl (Jtiarleily meet-: lug uas held them the H.iturduy and Minimy preeeiiing. 0l ypf pt.rm,.tjv organized, and Mr. John Howly is dime delivering 1P fclletH lt recentlv locate.l, very tobacco. He sold at Owetj.boto for a h,w , fllfit ,1UVJ ,)cen t,)pru ,0K ,,M011g, very fair price. A great deal of the to raise a crop, I tit all are In good has lion Gripped tlili season. ! H u,, ft,el ,llllt u,y huve ul 1)lst rench. It. K. Williams is lltllng up hN logs, i e(, ii,)ro,nawI tlll(.ir Tho laud lies preparatory to tunning them to Wl,j . ,hu M,M frm to 4 ft,ot lk,tp ,, villi'. He litis) about ready to run. i ,, wonderful cjpnclty for storing H. M. Ashby has koiih to Kvansville. ' ,!,, i t0(, Ilre. was ,y a great nilU)y He will retuin by way of Hoonvllle, to llt ,,. w, ,,, (lr(,lllh )Uyh see n certain friend of hl. , ,,eUer lMIl1 ur itlI(f, mid from my ex- It U nothing uncommon for the amilmtol, r .n,.vp t. Afler the sod pie of this community to see tramps of u huWf y , -an dnd moist earth an all and under nil tuo and tills ,,c, or uiidernwitli, too, nut one ot uncommon interest paseu through here last night. He said that he startid from Connecticut the Ilrst of last April to walk to California, where he hopiil to arrive by the Ilrst of April next. He was 'very badly dressed, but gooil laiiuuiige, and spoke and acted In a manner that betokened, to a casual better days. UN advent here has given lire to matiy con The general belief Is that he N not what he seemed. Gka.ia. Kick headache N the bine of many lives; this anmoing complaint maybe """ """ " "" " "' ,c" "J "ought I to bu prepared for them; he cultivation the and proth.clng well cured and prevented by the occasional o wnleiV , use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver "'"' t,,e n,n,""- ellglitful. h M10,(e , , ,, ' A "" river hey are Ir-1 I Kidney Plllets. They are pleasant , l,p Arkoinjns U(1 R l)I()W!) wr """" tlielr lnh, and the yield Is totake.no larger than a pin head, and Mr. WmillH,f,rmerIy of L ivie A C r "", the ladles' favorite for blllomness, enor,,1,1?U'' . '"'. r' ty, ,,,, f Mr. Welier, has a claim bad taste In I lie mouth, Jaundice, for leucotrhea and painful menstruation. 'JA cents a vial. For sale by J. W. Ford. Hi Urn. Neuralgic Rheumatism and Erysipelas. A bout four years ago, I was :il lacked with what the nh.vsiclaiis pronouueed neuralgic rheumatism, accompanied with erysipelas My appetite failed me entirely, and 1 had an Intermitting and very irregular pulsations ol , the heart. A terrible pain soon came into my chest and' shoulders, and I be-' I could attend to ncre 0f ground he raNed 800 bushels of '"; ' . '.,...!',, i this K'' U" ' "" 1B IllHt ,, he aver SIW, three . """,, , , f llea, of cabbage would nil a .lour i 'L Lw , fi SLS rel( llll(1 evPrylIl)K t,,e lle tr,ed was in S . , t , u , 5,' likt. rillortIoil. He al-o said that ho ? give v w II lnd n re t ly t. you ,,,, 1Iever HW11 a flner ,,,. of ,,,, ""'". "'.'".." 1 .... ,. Iw ". no business tit all. The pains were' ,!,. Cjty i,,r (,s usl 1. One pump-movable, and would sometimes passk weighing 183 pounds ; several from one pirtnfmy hotly to another. Mnaiiy tho erysipelas tiroKe out on m left hand and :u m, and produced much swelling. 1 was fir eighteen months ( c;lM e expected outside of , liver.' which plaster and lotions In this way, and of course , ,,,, ui(rict j M,me places where not heal. The best nml remedy a great many Kinds ol nut , nothlnugavo mo relief. Friends dually persuaded mo to try Swift's Hpeclllc. I i iiTuiiiinmn .... " n"irii ""c , tiiKiuu tile Ilrst bottle. I iMlttluued its use until I hid taken iliiu'ous dozen bottles, when I found inyeelf sound and well again, with no sln of the disease left except a stiffness in my hand, u result of thu erysipelas. While taking tlie medicine I gained on an average twopiundsof llesli per dty. I thluk i S. S. S. a valuable medicine, and I frequently recommend It to my friends. Hi:v. It. M. PlCKILNS Greenville, S. (,'., Juno 21, 1SS0. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tho Swift Speclllo Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. The timely use of simple remedies will often prevent consequences more serious than a mere outlay of money. Therefore do not procrastinate if you are suHerlng with a cough, old or ills-eases nf throat anil lungs, but ue Honey ofTur, anil bo speedily relieved. This preparation Is universally known as excellent, and this hint to suU'eiers Issulllclcnt. Exposure to rough weather, getting wet living In damp localltles.are favorable to tlic contraction of diseases of the kidneys utiil bladder. As n and for the euro of nil kidney ami liver trouble, use that valuable remedy, Dr. J. li. McLean's Liver and Kidney Italm. SI per bottle. For sale by J. W. Ford 40 am Statesmen, ministers, lawyers, representatives of nil professions and classes, may be attacked by plies, nud all tho world knows that an Infallible remedy can be found In Tabler's Buckeye Ointment, which Is acknowledged to he the only preparation over tillered the public for plles.wlilcli makes u lasting euro. Persons who lead n life of exposure tiro subject to rheumatism, neuralgia nud lumbago and will llud u valuable remedy in Dr. J. H. McLeaii'H Liniment; It will banish pain and subdue lullammatlou. Foretde by J. W. Ford. 4(1 .'im SSf Itch of every kind cured lu 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This never fails, sold by Z. W. arllllu & Hro Druggist, Hartford. tf In udvaucooftheslfkly season render yourself impregnable; a malarial atmosphere or sudden chango of temperature Is fraught with tlauger, use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Wood Purlller. $1 per bottle. For wile by J. W. Ford. 40 Jim. MORE ABOUT KANSAS. Fertile Land An Englishman's Crop- Immenso Yield Hugo Cabbages antl Pumpkins Deep wolls Homestead Lands Good Advice &c, &c, &o. IlAUTFOltD, KY., Dec. 1. 1880. "NVIicii I wrote you last, 1 was tit Garden City, tho headquarters for nearly every one visiting Western Kansas, and I then promised Hint I would give my views of the country filter I wmp home, and will now uuderlakn in fulfill tmt promise. r ....,., ,,n. 4H ii1B Hhnrt lltni. I hud to stay, anil traveled over n good ileal nf territory, talked to n great, many people and noted what they had to say, and on thiso notes and my own lnn, I base my report. The part of country I traversed, U t.(im,iratively a new country, counties when there has been no rain for two months The soil N mostly n sandy lo:.tn,a black as midnight, and !e- celves: Its looks wonderfully, If It does not produce well. I It is destined to be a great country. Knsteru Kansas only n few shoit years ago, was exactly in the same llx as Western Kansas N to-day, people Just coining hi, tho planting of crop's untried, and no railroiiN. Hut now look at Its al most marvelous growth j almost all the iNuil has been taken up by actual set- I .. ....., ............ .. 11... .....I I... !.. 1.. er in Indiana or Illinois, I have now ' forgotten which, and lie hnd followed ' the same business (hi- year at Using the irrigating ditch; he' (old me that he had never seen such HWeet potatoes, cabbage, turnipa and onions crow as he had raNed. On one products tlimi were shown at the G.ir 0tlprH tnld me of the same dl-play. I ( j, ,,, 1)t. rtMneinb.TeiI,liiiwever,lhat , this Is ilnne hv IrrhMilon. and that no ,0i.s were id tint ed tl ii s vear. JO b lei s of corn to tho acre were rulsul, soil corn Uwy W1 ,tWlimt miy wrk,except 1 tho breaking ami pi intlng, and where it was cultivated, of course tlu yield , was much greater. I It Is iiNo a grand country for all kinds ot fruit.whiclt will llud a ready market i ut bonie. Lands can bo obtained as follows: A claim Is otio that require- six months resilience on the i.inti.ul the oblIlnui from a Kor)tie that was hatch-end of which time the party proves up t,,, l)lt , U fcpru)g. Tho nicmu of and piys SI 25 per acre. The home- Mv , m(UI to l)t. tlle bl;i.u Tle gooso stead claim requires live yeirs n,Ust llot llp Allied until Indian at the end of which tlmo you got Ut,r ,, jVli,sfli uay. Af,cr coking, the land free of tiny cost, except the en- ren,vo the breast bone, scrape It fees, &o. A timber claim Is ono try ce,ult a, ,ien It in warm nqulrcs you to break live acres the ur ,,,, ,e, ,t ,,ry f(ir ,,ay r lm tlrst year.the second year you must W1)H) u ,)11H )(,m) ,llU9 plelmrt()101 liviiieuie live acres urimeii, nun uiu.is, five more, the third year plant the first live in trees, cultivate tho second live) and break live more, and so on until the end of eight years, you must have ' . , . ... 07i living trees to the aero on acres the number I have now forgotten. Afler you huvo proven up such n claim yen get n patent to your land. Soldiers' are allowed mi n homestead credit for the tlmo they served In the army, anil a vast number Imvo taken ntl vantage of this law and have located In Kislrm and Western Kansas. This land In being rapidly taken up, and if thero ure any who autlclpito lo- eating there, I would advise them toga res idled lu expelling thu colli and sore as soon us possible, enter their throat. He is now rapidly and they will then huvo six eiug. This statement Is given without months to move on. You will find many Inconveniences out there, ami will have to undergo a good unity h.irtl - ships until you can rniso ii corp ; hence, I would ad vise those who want to go,to make arrangement for at least one year's living, '111111 then if your crop proves bountiful, you will bu on ynur A man who gos to thu front uud lends ii helping hand in building up a new country deserves success. It takes nervo to do It, and If you go, bum tho bridges behind you, so to speak, ami say, "I am going to htay, no matter what turns tip, 1 am going to muko this my home." If you will do that, you nto sure to succeed. Don't get homesick, und think nml worry yourself about a certain spring In a certain shady spot, uwtiy back In old Ken'ucky, and how you would like to be there, but discard all such thoughts from your memory, iiudgotoworkdukothlugsiiHtheycnmc, und In u fewyearsyoiiciiu visit the old ; Honey of Tar Is tho cough cure, homestead and "drink out of that clear, ""T'. T" . i old spring," nud tell your friends about Hick headache, wind on the stomach, biliousness, nausea, ore promptly und your grunt! homo In Kansas. , ogreeably banished by Dr. J. H. . Mc-to Now, you will find some drawbacks, Lean's Little Liver and Kidney Pillets. be sure, and ono Is the great depth i.i. ii u'lll hflVii in im for wntur In M.ltlH II Villi. portions nf the country I visited, Home weIN being from a 10 to 300 feet deep, uolivlthstniidlng till", the settlers all spe.ik well of the coimtiy, and are sinking wells and putting up to hoist the water, tu o'her places, however, you cut tliul gnnd water at a very teasiiuubli! depth. Kansas Is very llbr.il hi her school laws ; you will llinl and churches all nwr the country. A) for health, I iltluk It will prove to lie a he illhy country. Western Km-as N .1,'JOO fret nb.ivi) tha level nf the sea, and the only I heard of out there, was mountain fever, something like our typhoid fever.but yield icadlly to treatment, and but few cises prove fatal. It Is astonishing how the little cities and towns are growing along the Siuta Ke rallroul Newton, Hiitcbiuson, Garden City, and ether places nre Improving rapidly. You can hear the saw and the hammer on every hand, and all N activity. The people are alive and deteriiilun I to buildup their new homes. Now, I want It understood that I advise no man to go out there to locate, unless he Ilrst goes and sees the country, what might please me, would probably not please others; hence I say, go tlrst and satNfy yourselves. I found our friend and former townsman, J. H. Welier, away out In Western Kansas, holding down ICO acres of us ptetty land as any man oversaw He liasj n comfortable home, the best t saw In his county, outside of the towns, and will, uIhiiu the Ilrst of March, prove up his claim anil aciuiire title. He also ., u tiln,a.r cum nco acre-, In Col orailo, JO miles from where he lives, which he InleuiN locultlvnte according to the laws of that state. I spent two days under his hospitable roof, ami while there experienced a genuhio Kansas blizzard, the one the week before being a small tt It'll r. It was ten I lie; you could not e twenty steps, and as fur travel, It was out of the question. These bll .zirds will come, and one iiNo, and their ure only alKuit 30 yards iipart. Thanks to them for tlulr hospitality, and nay their fondest hopes and expectations be realized to the extent, is my sincere I iiImi met at G irileu City, Mr. Wal- ,.m l?lut..i fisnicilii if II lulhwr t2mui v aiiiauiL iiiiiji iiiiiiiou. i.in iiiucuioi to him lor courUsles extended, while In his lovely little cliy. S. K. Cox. Thousnndsof people stiller with back- aclie.nnt knowing that In miK cat-, It Is n svintitum of iliseafed kidney and Is Or. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kid- ney Itxlm $1.00 per bottle. For sale by J. W. Foul. 4(1 .Iiu. The Goose-Bone. Houiiug Green Democrat. The may be culled "Ken- nrotihel." In munv I0UKB u ,,, ut fou)lI llal)gK jn t, m( alllj , H, who Imvo had lt for years say that the genuine bono iever'mis fjlie rea ,lie ra iy be ,. , f , nf , v "i - i - in a ilark room Is better, and the (IN- ...l.nt ti.ii ..iiu, l.o iitli. ilanliitinrAfl ,, , , ., . .. tho the and to one who knows bone, . , , , ,. reading is ns plain s a book. . "The Sun Heard From." Cincinnati Ditco & Ciik.micai. Co.: Ukntlkmkn: I take denture in testifying to the remarkably beneficial ellectsof Gocch's Mexican By tup, as evidenced lu the c.iso of my Utile who was suflerlng fro n severe coltl consequent upon weather changes. One do-o completely relieved him and ihe further administration of theSyrupi uny suggestion of solicitation. I have considered It a duty to acquaint you , with some additional facts in regard to your wonderful preparation. Yours very truly, Jas. J. Mitchkll, Kdltor Cincinnati Sun. For sale by Z Wayne Grlflln & Hro. When nature falters and requires help, recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Wood Purifier. SI per bottle. For sale by J. W. Ford. 40 3m vy0 fun llud no fault with Mary An- vmm eth. r us u wouiun or actress, a, delight to give honor to whom honor Is due. For that reason we bless the numeof tho manufactures w,llHi Honey of Tar, tho purest, jMt , ,0vt ellectuul euro for cough-, H ul diseases of throat and lungs. Atrial will convince you. Coussens' For side by J. W. Ford. Ill 3m. A GOOD SUGGESTION. Let Farmers Pool Their Tobacco, Seduce Acreage, and Oet Better Prices A Farmer's Talk To Farmers. KOItTllKUKItU.Il.l NO. I. Fkllow Fahmkus : Thu trite adage, "God helps him who hlps himself," Is very npplloible to lis as a Wo muit help niirsel voi ; It is folly to expect help from others The most observant among us concede that the present tobacco crop will by no means compensate us for our labor. The pi esent outlook would Indicate Unit we will hardly reill.e an average of S'l per 100 lbs. On this we can hardly subsist; we certainly can pay no' deb's. It behooves ns to take counsel of each other, to determine some means by j which tills t'O'idltloti of things may be changed for tho better. I hslieve tint ' over-production is the underlying cause of low price-, anil ho I In,; on that belief, I would suggest a series of meetings In, the several tobacco-growing sections of I the State. At these meetings ti general discussion ould ho hnd. Tut) imrki't value of tho crop on hand would be very greatly enhanced by a res lived reduction in acreage next ypar. It would nlso command n good price could we keep It oil" the market alter thu Ilrst ol June. In this connec tion I would submit the following plan : i Those of us who can, should pool our tobacco in the whole tobacco-growing section, in every neighborhood or ills-! trlet where the quantity will Justify. ' It should not be prized before the first of May, and then it should he In class order. This being done, let It be lolled iiwav, anil not be nut on the' lire-cut overstocked market. In this manner we form a Home Stock Company cash capital all paid up, anil not ii dollar borrowed. Thus may we hold our tobacco, and not sucrillcp it on the J low prices. Farmers, stop antl think for a moment, what your chances are ' to get good prices. Tobacco put on the Louisville Hrakes in the months of December, January and February, Is ( mostly piircliassd by rehaudlcts. They ' know that you mmt ncll It, or It will lot in the hogshead, antl your necessities In the case, give the guage for the pricea tillered. Change this stnte of' case, anil you can dictate the price. 1 shall advert to this matter mote fully in my next. A. Litkh. A Valuable Medical Treatise. The edition for 18S7 nf the sterling Medical Annual, known as Hustetter's Almiiuuc, is now reuily, and may be obtained, free ol cust, of druggists and general country dealers lu all parts of the United States, Mexico, and Indeed i in every civilized portion of the tern This Almanac bus been Issued regularly at Ihe commence ment ol every year lor over of ii century. itcoimines,wuii mo practical evidence lor the preserva tion and lestoratinn of health, u Isrgo amount oflntentdlng and amusing light reading, anil tho calender, calculations, chrounlodcal Item-, &c., tire prepared with great care, and will bo found entirely accurate. The , Issiifoi Mnstetter's Almanac tor IM will probably be the largest edition of a medical work ever published In any i country. The proprietors, Met re. Hos- letter & Co., Pittsbtng, Pa., on receipt ( of n two cent stamp, will forward a , copy by mall to any person who can-' not procure one in Ids neighborhood, i Dec. I Fur better than (lie harsh treatment of medicines which horribly gripolho Ditleut and destrjy the coating nf the I stomach Dr. J. H. Chills' and Fever Cure, by mild yet ell'ectlve action will cine. Sold at Wl cents u tie. For Bide by J. W. Ford. 40 3m Waller Notes. Nov. 30. Corn gathering Is in progress. Most of the great cereal has been slowed uwuy, and Ihe turnout is coming up to Hie full expectations of farmers, There have been leverul loads of tobacco from this vicinity hauled to Oiveticboro, anil very low prices some going as low us 25 cents per I mulled, and the gentlemen iuloriu mo that some of the wied sold us low as 10 cents per hundred. At this rat we think the farmers had better sell to buyers closer home. Some of those who were promised us much as So per hundred, are being docked to the amount of $2 per hundred. You eiin see at once that the &o figures are all u farce, In the Oweusborn market. Messrs. Tho. Hoover and George Ralph went on a visit to McLean county some time since, to bee tho family of Mr. Louis Hoover auil other relations, who live neur Delaware, Ky. Misses Sallle Puttoii ami Silllo of Clear Ittiu, visited the family of W. II. Hudson last week. Hev. J. C. Stewart and wife vMlwl tho family of their son-in-law, Mr. Peter Shown, of Ueda, last week. A. C. Jobnson.ofCalhoon, visited the families nf Mrs. Sallle Murray and Dr. Chiipniini lust week week. Ho reports evoiylhhig nourishing about Calhoon, W. D Kirk's wife, who lias been so low for some time, Is better. the wife of W. L. Chapman, u flue boy, weight 10 pound-. Dr. Chapman attending physlcl tu, On l.t Tuesday morning about 4 o'clock, G. W. Hoover's dwelling house was found to bo on fire; he being ut honioulnne,wusaWukeued by Ihe crow-lug of tho fowls, nud concluded he wonlii oi.i im ns ll whh ilav. when he " " " I discovered the lire. When he entered the I1, nk room he studied the funics of cnul nt', ami on found that his hnd been set on lire, Ihe fire being I: bulled by the Use nf the oil. He saved almost all tho household goods. The entire property was covered by Insurance i.f Thiro N no clue to the person vim did the burniui', ns yet. Mr. Hoover w III us soon us possible. Filom. In Memory of Henry F. Armendt. II V KIT. II KM HlOW. Our dop'irted friend will bo missed by ninny, As ii limn of sterling worth-Ills friends were warm nnd true, foes he lias not nny lu his life, restricted, hern on earth. He'll bo missed by ip.my, as I've said, Hut by none like his family so dear His Mini's earthly shield now has fled, And only replaced with n (far. Ills dying words to llio writer were these: "If loua around hero you remain, And my boys the proper path should miss, Picnic direct them right nunln." Oil, Clarence, Koy.jou must ne'er forgot Tills pioof of n dying father's love, For death by him was bravely met, And for you ho sought his friend to prove. If In tho future by rum you're tempted, Ami tho rum ellcr's tory you've heard, It's n scheme for your purse to be think o your papa's last word. Horton Happenings. Nov. 2ilth, the way of business, llnrton N still on top Our young merchant. Mr. A. V Thomson Is u live, business man, autl N worthy of the large patronage Unit he Is dally receiving. Some of our young friends attended n dance, given nt the residence of Mr. Cluis. Hirnelt In the Liberty neigh borhood last Frld ly night, and report n splendid time. Dr. L. H. Hammnns furnished hacks f.ir lite occasion. Mr. J. ,f. Hyatt, ofLiuhvllle, Ky., senior member of the firm, Hyatt & Thomson, nf Horton, Ky., N here on a hunting expedition, Mr. Hyatt Is nn excellent shot, and a good Judge of dogs. Mr. J. O. representing the wholesale grocery of Stelu & Co., Louisville, Ky , Is In our town soliciting orders. Ituv. G. J. Hvun, preached an able and interesting .ermou to a small, but very npprcciatve audience, last night at old Rethel church. Mr. H. Ely, formerly watchman for the Standard Stavo Company, of this place, has recently moved to Buford, Ohio county, Ky. We regret to lose so good n citizen, and will say to the people of Huford, thut Mr. Fly Is lu every respect, u gentlemau, Intelligent, moral, sober, upright, and strlckly honest. We wish him success wherever he goes. i .ii. Drunkenness, or l.liiur Iliiblt, ran tin Cured by Administering1 Ir. Haines' lioldell Specific. It can be given lu a cup of cnllec or lea without the knowledge of the per son taking It, effecting n speedy nnd liermaue.it cure, whether the patient Is n moderate drlukirnr nu alcoholic wieck. Thousands of ilriiukiinls have b?en made teuiiieintu men who have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee without their kiiouledup, and to day believe they quit di Inking of their own freo will. No harmful elleets from Its Cuns guarantied. Send lor circular and full tvirllcul.irs. Address In rM e.nuflilcnce Goi.dhx Specific- Co., 18"i Uuce St., Cliu'innull, Ohio l.'i-Iy There nre many accidents and ills eases which allect Stock nntl cause serious Inconvenience and loss to the farmer In his work, which may ..e qulcklv remedied by thu use of Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. For sale by J. W. Ford. 40 3m. An Enterprising, Heliablo House. 'A. Wayne Grlllln Wo., can alwuys be relied upon, not only to carry lu stock the best of ever I lilng, but to secure the Agency for such urlioles us huve well-known nielli, nml are popular wiili Ihe people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being uhvajs and ever reliable. Having secured the Agency fur tho celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a positive guar-tie. It will rtirely cure any uud every tiflecllon of Throat, Lung-, and Chert, unit to show our eoulhleiice, we invite you to call and get a Trial H itlle Free. When Dabj vaa lick, w gara bar Cutoria, When sbo was a Child, abe cried for Castorla, When she became UUi, she clung to Castorla, Wliau she bad Children, ah gaT tharn CMtorla, I'liriui'i's nud .lli'iliunlis. Save money anil doctor bills. Relieve your mothers, wives nnd sisters by n timely jiurcluiseof Dr. Hosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, tho best known remedy for coughs, colds, croup and bronchial nfleclliins. Relieve children o( 1 croup lu one night ; tuny s.iveyou hundreds of dollars. Trice 50 cents and 81 00 Sample fiee. Sold by Z. Wayne CJrllllii it Urn. Itiirklrii's Arnhil Salve. The It-si sdve lu thu world for cuts, bruises. sines, ulcer., stilt rheum, fever sores, tettr, chapped bunds, chilblains corns nnd all skin and positively cures piles, ornopiy II Is guaranteed to give perfect 1 lion, or money lefutuled. I'rlcu Hoc. per box. For sale by (Irllllu & Hro., ,Hiiitfuril, Ky. 2tf I Ik 'out of sorts' with hemlntlie. Momticu dlorUer,liirpldllver...diiliib.iiki.rUh'.cUii. ' itlnatlon.etc.lieKlectliinvl.ot.itid. Unetj Uise ' oYtitronK'a Sanattvo PHU U rsl n ;lel. V ixwiloie. restoie lu new heiilth uud vluor. CHAS. M. PENDLETON, LAWYER, HARTFORD, KY. WILL practice bis profession In nil the courts of Ohio nud adjoining enmities ami In Court of Appeals. Mperlal attention given to collections. o"Also Notary Public for Ohio county. H. P. TAYLOR, LAWYER Hartford, Ky. Office DSToxtlx Side 01 ixlslic Sq.ia.axo. C.W. MASSIE, Attorney at Law, tl AKTt'OHD. KY. WILL IMIACTIPK IN T1IK COUiVTfH OK OHIO AND ADJOINING COUN- V'KS AND IN COUItT OK Al'Pt V.LH. iromct: l.s I1KNY .M'lIF.Nltr. HILL & McHElfPT, Lawyers AND COLLKCTOKS, HAItTFOHD, : : : KENTUCKY. WU OIVK SPKCIAL ATTKNTION TO COLI.KCTIONS. E. D. GUFFY, Attorney at Law, O.llco on Mnrkct Street, MAUI I'OIIII, I I KK.STl'CllV. SPKCIAL ATTENTION OIVKN TO THK COLLECTION OF CLAIMS. K. I. WAI.Kl.lt. K. C. lll'llllAltU. WALKER &. HUBBARD, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. WILL IN OHIO AND ADJOINING COUNTIKrt, ALSO IN THK COUItT OK APPEALS. Wm. P. GREGCIiY. ATTORNEY .t Law, HAItTFOItD, ICY. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SETTLEMENT OK ESTATES AND COLLEC1TONS IN OHIO AND ADJOIN- INO CO NTiJS. " -i ypytgui ffiCvnaCordiaX C UJIUS DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURAtniA AND RHEUMATISM. TT U - TT glvet NEW X Int nd De- jV X-"PE to tlui Hchtrul to take. E's whole b3TEM nd of eret vslue r. vlXl by Strengthening .. K1l:n Tnr I ' ll ffi. MuimilTah. weak nnd Alllnj I 'e ,h0 NERVES, Womeii and I andcompletelyDU drcn. It " J eesttin; the food. w 1 1 1 rfmi Ml Avf llll d "i I I 1 I IvUNMr llll ll lllLlllllLL CONTAINS A Book. 'Vollna.' no hurtful m " by I e a d 1 n K Mine rale, Is composed Physicians, tellinc of carefully . how to treat diseases selected at HOME, Medic tea, malted, together combined skillfully, I maklm; a cards l. iw Bafe and Plcjant tlellotyceprocess, Remedy on receipt of loc. ... HMJ...lflMM. Al.. L, tha .1... .Ml Mlp lllUX I lllll.MII, null 1.ISI, ulsfsUsIa Mill.. Ill ill. rSISlK.IS OSLT BT Vollna Drug and Chemical Company, autnutti, , c. a. i. iSTQFPED FREE Mjrttkut tntsi, . Injjss fs'ioni Keitora IDr.KLlbK'BOREAT ' NERVERESTOIIER Ontvtwt iNriLLlBLK If tilcn it directed A i i'ltff:i f Irfit'eif.. Trelrise n I i trill hcstls Ireelii 1 1 llisrl.rt. Ssnd MistM, P ll an lei"tsl s.llres. .1 I . f I.IVIijiil Ar I, St.,1'' vle'hll P. i uruf ituH'jjm vpjwr.iit vi; ...wiii' RICHBYS PILLS. THHV AUK t;UAICANTI.El. rrinccton. Ky., Oct. 20, 1885. To (he Editor of (he Herald : tell your readers thai IMLI.S iiteguaraiitetil to give perfect satisfaction lu the tn of blllotisnisH, costlvciifss, heiiilache, torpid liver, chills, etc. They are purely vegetable ami nici ly sugar tiwfiil, nnd cost only 2oo per box. I strictly enjoin It upon druvgists to refund inor.ty In nil cases when I hey full to give Everyone who gets a box, Iherefore, N retpiesteil, If not thoroughly satisfied, to go back and report and get their money back. T. E. RIOHEY. R WHEY'S PILLS are told on t.y lhanui it KlmUcy, Hart-lord. 43tf 1.: 13 WEEKS ThopOI.ICiJGAZETTi.wHI bo mailed securely ivrupped to unj uililrett In the Dnlted Stales fortbrcoiiionthsoii receipt of ONH DOI.LAH, Llhenil discount allowed to pnstiuu.ters, iiKvntsnnd clubs. Sample copies mailed free. Address all ordets to ItK'HAHD K. FOX, I5lf V'ranlilluSiure, N. Y.