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Ireallillrralslha Il Inm nwdlrliml b.t,kiiowalnmjfti)tr' pr.ilKs. ,1 h.l.ltnilxllt nrLUrUiM'Mnllnim.iniMlil'lnhiitl'si, kud la J) J.tillilaltnic Ummta Hut lr to tba ijtm. U. it Itrrlt in inj "n f.iiillr U. W, V IIROWM IM .M.lu M , Ouliit.n. K . asm "l.coniiillelr .n.knil'.n Inlmllli.ml hutted Willi IMtitm In injr luck llnmiiu iron V htlara .Dlinlr nlnml in, to litsltu " O.uulc. ki aUTrJa .Milk ndf rcwl rd llni Tnkr JuO. miI1' UUM. I IIUMII'AI.IO., IIAI.1IMHIII.3IU. a 12 WE ?.' L D Hi ICCTO If ) STATE. I'riwtnr Kindt. LtriitciiHiit It. Hlndliiiin. "rrrelnry Jus. A. MrKi'iirle. Attlxtitlil Kco'y of Htutu It. M. Mrt'nity. I'rhHleHerru'nry tiifitiveinnr 1'ntwrt. Attorney (leiieritl P. W. Iliinlln. Auditor KiiycttH HrMelt. Assistant Auditor Green. Treiimrer Jiune W. Tide. Clerk liunes II. HiiuUii". rtiipl. 1'nli. liiMriictltm Jiw. I). rtekett. Went mid K. 1. I'lrketl. It) ulster I.11111I lie nite M. Adinns. ll.Lnlt.ell, J. M. Ulltlumlt. Insiir nrc CtiuiiiilwdiiiiiT L. I'. Ntiriniin. Deputy Com. VitkII llrwrtl. ClerksI. A. Owns nnd II. K. Duueiiii. Adjulniit II. riiUleiiiiin. rierk Wleulllt ('liiipiii'in. hupt. Apwiii.1 V. U. TliiniipMili. Coin. Ai:. Ilor.iitid i' DiivK Hliitc Lllirnrlitn Mr. Vlrislnlii Hiiiimiii. t'lerk Wiilker IVtir. Ilikprctorof J. Norwood. I'ulillc I'rlnter A l. Wnodi. I'enltPiitluty Wanlrii Jrrr) onlli. Deputy Wnnli'ti tlwiljil'n)liir. (.XJUItT OF AH'KALH. C'lilef Junllrr. fimut'll lleimetl; TI1011111H II. lllncK, W, . l'ror, J. II. Liwl, W. II. Unit : ltcpnrler, John linlninii; Clerk Court or Apr"'lNTIioinnH J. Ileiuy; Deputy Clerk, Ham. M. (lalnm; Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Tlimnn, O. I'ooie; Senseant, tl. A. HnlieitMiii ; TItitT, Jiune, .MiCnulirf. HITI'KIIIOK COllllT. I'rr.ldluic JudKe, A. K. KlelmrilK ; Jmlpo, Jninek II. Ikiuden, A. K. IIIcIiiiuIh, J. tj. WmiiI; Hertfent, .tdui M. Klllntl ! Tlpvtatr, Joliti Htuurt. Itiillrnad J. r.Tlioinpi.011. A. It. IliMine.J. D. Yoiiiik. Jnmes II. Ileclt mill Hon. J.I'. H. Illurktiuru. Itrp'iri.eiitntlve. Fourlll DIMllet Hon. T. A. UnlifttMMl. hTATE 1I18TIIICT. Heiiutor H011.H11111. K. Hill. ltcpreeiittlvelOliln Jes.e H. WIIIIhiiin. COUNTY. Circuit C I. Hon. l.uetiiH 1'. Little, . I mine, Oenlioro. Hon. Jotepli Noe, Atloiiie,Owenlorn. J. 1'. TlioiiiMiii.Jiillrtr, Hiiitford. Clarence llnnlwlrk, Cleik, Hartford. Jim. IMInrrrtlt Master ('nin'r. Ilartrord. It. I. Ilneker, ltea er Dam. I'.UIImore, FordKVlllu j I'. B. Docker, Heaver Dam; J. M.CiiM'liler, Hock-port: J. I.. Miller, Hurt fold. Court rouvuiifH liiurtli MondayH In May ulid Nociulier and eunttniien fnur weeks each term. C01111IJ Court. C W. Mnule, Judite, Hartford. T. J.Hmltli.CloiU, Hnrtfonl. C. M. l'eiidletou, Attorney, llnrtford. Court convenes on the flntl Monduy In every month. A, -. Uuarlerly Court. ileglns 011 Hie third Mondays In January April, July and October. Court ot Claims. lleglnHou the find Moudajit In January and Octolivr. Oilier C01111I.1 Olllrrm. "Imrle, Hcndrle, Hurveyor, Hockport. VI.W. Harnett, Ansensor, Hnitlnrd. L. I. Loncy .County Hchool dupt., Hal tfoul. I'ollcr Courts. llAUironn. .1, H. lilcmi, J mine; W. II. Muii7.y, Marshal, fourth held llh Monday In Mareh, liino.Heptoiubcr nudDeecinber. HkavmiDam. It. C. yevieIi,Jinlno;Wiu. II. UtunkoiiHlilp, Murshal. Courts held lllt Haturday III Jttiiuury, April,. Inly and Oct. C. Daniel, JuiIko; II. I. WUe, Mamhal. Courtn held nccoiid In January, Apill, July and October. Ckiiai.Vo. V. I). rulkeiMiii, J tills, J- H Tllford, MntHhiil. Courta held Bcconu Hulur ilav In Jnuimry, April, July and October. Hamilton. J. W. Lunkford.Judnc; l. M. Ilrowit, Mnnilial. CourtH held third i Jnnunry. Arll, July and October. Held, Jude; Murhlinl. Couruheld Hint Thursday In January, April, July und October. J. Laytou, Judtie; noMnriihnl. Courts held rlrst Haturday In January, April, July nud October. Justices Courts. FOUDSVII.I.K. J. I. Harder, March 4, June 3, Hcptombera, December 2. JiiKeph Miller, March 0, December. L. Field', March S.Juiip 8, September tt, December t). J. ilcKlnd ey, Murch 3, June 2, Hepteinber 1, Deeeinber 0. A Htovcim, March ,. June 8, Hoptcmber 0, December l. J. t. "' March 1U, June 12, September 1 1 .December 1 1. ItocKtoiiT. II. Duncan, Mntcli a), Jnne IB, Hopteiuber 18, Decemlier 18. W. I. low, Jlurch II, JuiielLHeplemberll, December II. I". Morton, Maich 111, June 10, Hepteinber ID. Decombnr IU. L. Arbiickle, Murch 18,June 18, Hepteinber 21, Dcceuiber21. M. Antry. Murch IS.Juuo '. Hentember 15, Decemlier 15. A.H.Aull.Mnrcli 2J, June Hepteinber 23, December 1. Constables. lluromi. Oeorue II. Lauluim. HocKfonr. A. I". Howiinl. 1.. Miller, 1VO. Howe llrunclt. Ciiomwki.i.O.W. Martin, 1VO. t.'romwell. CHURCH. second Hatuiday unit biinday of each month; Hov. J.H.Colemnu, puiitor. M. K. Ciiuiicit, South. Services third niul fourth Hnnduysiu each month. Itev. L. h. Camnhell l'aslor. UUMBKRI.AN1I PRXSIIVTEIIIAN. HerVICCS, tlrst Hunday and Hunduy nlBlit. nnu ai night proceeding. Itev. Willis Hmlth MKrilODlHTKl'iscoi'AL every Hunday moruluu and Habbath Hchool alll A.M. Hov. H.J.Ward,palor. Al.i'ltAllAlTlHT(coloroil. Hrnt miiU third Huudayi at II A. u. and 730 p. h. Hniiilay Bclioolat o'clock, a.m. Kev. V. If. Dow-ell, PMtor. THE REAPERS. M II. I. WAI.I Mk ItAIIM V. When the tired reapem.wltli friiKrant sheaves Conionilt of thneorn.iisllinMin kopsiIohii, And the slty Is ileh as the fnllliiK leaves In erlinson and puiplniind uoldeii blown, lull III the liiellownud liiiirvelous exes, And walrh. 11s the loom of I he sunset weaves Its rlothofKold over country and town. And I think how the Hiitiiiners have conns and Koue HIiich wo saw thnshiilllnacros'i the, blue, That wiai' the eoloiKiifdusk and dawn; When the musk or the sleeplin? roses Mew, (In the Wiiks of the smith wind over Hie lawn, And the eeuliiKhhailoHU en longer drawn, And the sun was low, and tlm Mars wem few ; When Love wassweel In the llxes we led, h s the leaven thai ll es In the latter sprliiK To KHiw III the flower, llin Imoks we read, Tliiiioinpnnd rush In wonl nnd work, to be tilled and fed On brooks of honey and wasted liruul, lid siiiik In the somts that we used toslm;. And out of the shadows they como to me. As flowers oft he cprlnKcninc, enr Iiy year, TI10 InveiH we hud when to love was tree, " The Marsw ere 'ew and the skies weio clear, lul wi knew It wnslmppliicssjiist tithe. TIiioiikIi thoshenvemif theisilil'lnnd fair to see, White the weary reapers are dniwlm; near. TIioukIi the led and while rncs have lost their leaves In HieashcofsumiiicriiorioUK ago, They come, thioiiKh the mellow and marvel nusces, With Hie hurvext of love Hint we ufsl to sow, As rich as the icillauds the sunset weaves, When the tired re ipers with frniant sheaves Come out of the corn nud the sun is inw. THE COMMON SCHOOLS. This llepiirlllienl letllld li) Messrs. It. P. .Mtllei,.I.II.Cundllt and .!!' Ida Combs and 1)1 In Willis. The wonl "Kni'i'tlmis" contain the live vowcN lit onler. Wilmington, N ('., enrolls hW or IS tier cent, u Idle hi! per cent, enjoy the felicity I?) of ignoiance. The average attendance in Cincinnati is l!T,MMI, less than the of children In that city. Chicago enrolls J,:! tier cent, of her children iu the public schools. 77,173 or.YT per cent, never attend at all. St. 1Otils lias a school population of 100,001) ; .Vi.OOO are enrolled ; .'i(!,000 Is the average atteuilaiice. oil,(K)0 do not attend. New York has a school population of nS.'i.Ooo, of whom 'JTO.ntlO arn enrolled ; 11 1,000 nrc not enrolled at all. The average attendance Is i;t!2,00fl .Milwaukee has 3S,noo children. The average attendance is 11,000 1M.000 are not enrolled at all, and hail as well been Isirn In Australia, so larnssuliool is concerned. New Orleans has Ii7,000. Av ruge ld.iHH), wliile :i!l,000 do not attend, and, as a will live, move and die, never knowing tho grandeur of tin' world they Inhabited. Header, make your 011 comments, draw your own conclusions. UK WANTKD TO 8.TA V AT Hll.MK. Tommy "Oh 1-oh ! oh ! mamma, I've nuiM 11 gteal big rpllnter in my hand It hurts mesooirul I can't go lo school." Mamma, (tenderly) "Hut, my dear, mainma doesn't see anything the matter." Tommy ! en I gucsit must be ze uz.er liauil." First Hoy "Wlmt Is the dlfterence lietween an engine driver nnd a schoolmaster?" Second Hoy "(Jive It lip." First Hoy "One minds the train, the other trains Hiemlud " Second Hoy "W Iiy IsapostagcMamp like a bud scholar?" First Hoy "Olvo it up." Second It gets licked and put in a comer." The attributes of a good teacher: Energy, pro nptness, decislou, tlrruness, kindness, discretion, pitlence sympathy and ailectlon. Of a good pupil : Industry .obedience, punctuality, munition, respect, persist ency, home-training and brains. Of a good patron : Liberality, sound Judgment, generosity, and a proper for the future welfare of his oil-spring. Physical requisites for successful teaching: A well stored mind, good health, 11 room well furnished with und a school of regular attending, iudiirtrious pupils. For successful studying : A 100m well lighted and ventilated, comfortable seats, plenty of clean, attractive books, slates, stationery &o., a will to use them and u Judicious teacher, merely auxiliary. For successful patroui.ing : A moder ate amount of money, and u desire to encourage the children by frequently visiting tho school ami providing means for them to study at home nights. KOIIDSVILLK DISTHItT MKKriNO. Program for Dec. 18, 1880, of District Meeting lo be held at Fordsvllle : MOItNINO. Opening Address, Ida Comlw ; Work In Arithmetic, K. H. Cooper, J W. Petty, H. Ii. Kelley ; How to Teach History, Mrs. Miller; Physiology, V. May, Ida Combs, II. 0. Truman; How to Teach Composition, Ettlo Willis, Cicero Hliodes, Bettle Teal. AFTKHNOON. Select Reading, Nolle Allller ; Reward of tho Teacher, (I. P. Kelley ; Essay, Mrs, Keen ; Mutual Aid, J. W. Pelty; Essay, Ettlo Willis; Tho Un- fffll flllCt'H, iin Comlisj IllKlit VIpw nf I'Miicnllon, W. May. Uy Hint Ion iiiljoiirncil. V. Mav, Kfe'y. I'llllDSVII.LK Dl.vntlCTTIIACIIKIts' , llAVNIiSVILL, I.V., Nov. U7, 'H . I'liiHtiniH In iiiiiolnttiiciil, Dlstrli't Toiicltt'ta' Cnnvpiitlon rou vuut'il ut II oYluuk. After tlovntlniiul (xiTclsu by llev. H. i'. 'i'rililiuli, ho was I 1 iniiiln fliiilriniiu of Hit' ineetlni; hy mill . May .wictuiy. Tint1 ! following teufhi'iti went pri'scnt, Mlnses ' , Ktllo Willis, I1I11 ComlH, Heltli'Teul.a. !. II. ('. Trillium ami V. Mny. I TliefollowliiKWiliJft'tBwero illsuiisi'il j I In tin' fnri'iiooii : At What Tfmu Slumlil I CI1II1I llt'Klnllm rftinly of (Jruiiiniuf, I W. May; How In Tuitch (It'ogrupliy, lilit CoiiiIh; Shoiilil Whlspi'rltiK Iih Al ,,',,, ,, . ,! .... ,., I lowed in St'lioo , f so, to W hat I.xtciit?l ......... 1... . . 1 1 1 ' 1 W. Muv, O. '. ICe ey and Ida Cninh". ... 1 AFTKKNooN. Proceeded with proKraiu as arranged at last meeting : IJtmlilleatloim of , , .? ,, ., , eiiuiiuin, ... ...jj , . ..... ... Habit, Kltle WlllU; KHect of Home 1 Training . on Scliool (Jovernment, O. P. I Kelley ; Inilucements Ulleied . ets Iiy Oimmoii Hchools, i'.ssay, Ida, ' , ' ., j Ion her, or four men were presented to ',. ' ., ..,,,.... 1 her during the evening. One Is more jne nieeuiig veiy luinoiuuij one, and I here take occasion to say, that these meetings will revive the common schools of our section, If pat- ronl.e.l by our trustees and teachers, i Every one interested In the cause of ed- ucatlon Is Invited to meet with us at our next n.eetlng, which will be at vllle on Saturday.Dec. lbth.at !) o'clock I A. M. The following committee was ! apis.lute.1 to arrange the program for n..vl ,..ll.,. 1,1a f'ombs. Ktlle Willis ' and W. May. I Mr. J.J. Miyne, ."ri Like Avenue, 1 Rochester, N. Y , .lll tell you If you write, enclosing stamp, that tills wonderful story Is true: "Iu I8S1! I was taken to the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, In a most deplorable condition, with congestion of liver, constant cold hands and feet, rushing of blood to the head, purple spots on my face, and my skin was as yellow as a lemon. The slightest food could not be taken, without such distress and spasms that my screams could be heard a long dis tance. I had prolapsus very severely, profuse leiicorriiiLU, nud uterine ulceration so that I could not wear a supporter. The doctors said that I had the woist case they ever saw. In tvso months I lost -10 pounds ul llesh, ami sullerlng all the time from intense headaches, and unable to obtain sleep, while cold, clammy sweats would break out over my tssly frequently. Under tho operation of Warner's Safe (-'lire my skin cleared up and I begun to gain tlesh, and was able to walk one full mile. My casecieated such an Interest at the Sanitarium that Warner's Safe Cure lias since been presort bed for its patients with good results. I never was so healthy iu my life." Tho Electoral Vote. In 1KS4 the Itepubllcaus had 1S9 electoral votes, und the Democrats had lil li. Tliis year Hie Republicans have carried the following states, to which the figures af their respective electoral votes are attached: Connecticut, (I, Iowa. 18, Kausas, , Illinois, 22, 1ft, Maine, C, Massachusetts, 14, Michigan, 1.1, Minnesota, 7, Nebraska, ft, Nevada, 3, New Hampshire, I, Ohio, 2.1, Pennsylvania, 30, Rhode Island, 4, Vermont, 4, and Wisconsin, 11. Total, 189. The Democrats have carried Manama, 10, Arkansas, 7, California, 8, Colorado, .1, Delaware, 3, Florida, 4, Georgia, 12, Kentucky, 13, Louisiana.S, Maryland, 8, Mississippi, I), Missourl.lO, Mew Jersey, 1), New Yoik, 30, North Carolina, 11, Oregon, 3, South Carolina, 1). Tennessee, 12, Texas, 13, Virginia, 12, West Virginia, 0 Total, 212. Mrs. J. T. Iticliey, 502 4th Avenue, Louisville, Ky., was a confirmed Invalid for eleven years, dally expecting death. Doctors pronounced her troub le to lie neuralgia, female complaints and every known disease. For mouths her left side was paralyzed. Could neither eat, sleep nor walk. Fiually tho doctors gavo her up. Sho then began to uso Warner's Safe Cure, and November 18, 1 SS.'i, she wrote "f am as well to-day as when a girl, and feel about twenty years younger. Warner's Safe Cure has worked a miracle In my case." Mrs. Richey will gladly auswer stamped Inquiries. Kentucky's Revenue. The loveutie collections for Kentucky during the fiscal year ending June 30, amounted to $45,740,040. There are 2,-001 cigar tuatiufacurers, manufacturing 32,002,500 cigars, 82 tobacco factories, using 14,700,777 pounds of tobacco, the revenue tax payers consist of 50 3,01)1 retail liquor dealers, I man ufacturer of stills, 255 manufacturers of cigars, 1,070 dcaleis in leaf tobacco und 20 brewers. There are 700 stills operated, and the spirits exported amounted to 1,893,230 mswhllo 37,850,072, gallons remained I n the distillery ware. houses. Fits: All Ills stopped free by Dr. If I1ii..'h flrent Nerve Restorer. No (Its after ilrst day's use. Marvelous cures. Tieatlse uud $2.00 trial bottle free to SOCIAL INTERCOURSE. Be Careful to Answer Invitations- -At- I tention to a Speaker. One of the mosi fieipieiit lircncht's of gooil lirci 1II111,' Ih tlib lutcrriiptlnii ofniiu who Is fipciiltiht,'. It rrtjulrcs We prai'tict', csppt'liilly for 11 nntiirnlly Impudent pereon, In lift'ome ell lo listening attentively In whiit a companion Is Hnylnir. One who can Maud wIiito a ureal ileal Is passing which II Is ilcslriililn tow'c ami can look illrtctl.y at ami listen attentively lo one, who Is fpeaklni;, lo the exclusion of nil else, shown an unmistakable mark of the highest breeding. Till: TKIt.MH MKN AND WOMKN. A sIiiKtilar change in the use of the winls ile.siRhiitltiK nien anil women has come about within thu last fifty yearn n he in 1 die oft ne present century It' , , , , 1 was eomu on to of a iiiiiii'h wife1 ,.,,,.,, Mieli usfofthe 1 as "his lady.' a , , , . ... 1 ....... .... .i .....1.1.1 1... ..1. ..1 1... ..- """"" '"""' ! ' ' . Ne her the won gen lemen nor lady u tit.... I ..u rn.nin.nl1n nu furmiirlii ft , , , "" " -' ;vH,nt they could scarcely make out the -"""-'""" " .... . ",... .. . Mnal 'ii i jici iini. iiitticr 1111. in frlenils ns Lrpiillfinen. I ' , ,, 7 , .' Viiu kilm ipniilil hop .1 ttiiiti litifl nnlloil t he ,,..,.., ,..,.,. ,., ,,,,.. ., ,, iirkCij iu ucitl III! t;i.n:i 11 i the gentleman who shaves him than of hear the president of the United Statea (,',Ilt''1 ' Seu'lleman who occupies the ' " -"e. - ' - ' "' wll ,H president, ie terms gentleman and lady were orlgliinJIy iiseil to designate a class iu KiiBlatl with special privileges. There " distinction In class It, the ITnlted tutei'. "H'1 Pe0P'B nr " l,,e ul"' wo men alike. ANSWKItS TO INVITATIONS. It may lie lal.l down as a rule that any invitation icqiilres an auswer, however etiquette changes tile method of reply, or at least the acknowledg ment of an attention. Invitation to parties, dinners: und the like always require a leply, even if one is not asked for. An invitation to dinner should receive a reply at once, that tho host mnv tinvn rimnlp tlmi. In fill llio iilnef. I . if the invitation is declined. And the guest should arrive exactly on time; not too late because tho dinner should not be kept waiting; not too early, since Hie host or hostess mauy desire to superintend the arrangement of the table, and might lie ready to receive guests. Invitations to receptions do not need a reply if Hie invitation Is accepted. If It is not accepted a card should be sent with regrets. Tin: roi.tTK HOY. A boy who is polite to his father and mother is likely to bo polite to everybody else. A boy lacking politeness to his parents may have the semblance of courtesy Iu society, but is never truly polite In spirit. Ah he becomes familiar lie will betray Ills real want of courtesy in spite of all Ids attempts not to. Old pill boxes aro spread over the laud by Hie thousands after having been emptied by suffering humanity. What a mass of sickening, disgusting medicine the poor stomach has to contend with. Too much strong medicine. Prickly Ash Hitters Is rapidly and sure ly taking the place of all this cluss of drugs, and iu curing all Hie ills arising from a disordered condition of the liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. 17-1 m Consumption is often only and indi rect result of deranged kidneys. "Over two years ago I became a confirmed invalid. My friends all thought I was far gone In consumption. I was sure Hie time had well nigh como when I must leave my helpless little children motherless. With this dreadful fact staring me in Hie face, J resolved to try Warner's Safe Cure. My husband tiled to dissuade me, thinking I was too far gone for anything to help me. Hut I took It, and in two weeks time I was like a new creature; ami In four weeks I was able lo resume my household this writing I am perfectly well. Mrs. E. J. Wolf, wife of Rev. Prof. T. Wolf.D. D editor Lutheran Quarterly, Gettysburg. Pa. If you write her a stamp, and she will tell you the story is true. Round Trip Tickets. Commencing November 4th, the N. N. & M. V. It. R. Co. will have 011 sale at Heaver Dam, round trip tickets, good until June 1st, 18S7, to the following places, at rate named opposite : Austin 38.10 Galveston 38.00 Houston 30.00 San Antonio 41.05 New Orleans 24.05 Mobile 23.05 I Col. Joseph H. Thornton, of Cincinnati, O., an honored war veteran, wus 18 years a victim of that old soldiers' complaint, chronic diarrliiea. Two dozen bottles of Warner's Safe Cure restored his liver to health and cured his ailment. His daughter was very III nf nti r.liultiiiitu .llwiirih.r uditelt the bt,8)1Icaus MM , re)evei y,e itt(laIg() ,,,.,, ,he heurt ,n. tense pains in the head, nervous dyspepsia, and all her vital organs were ' Involved. Hy three mouths' faithful I home treatment with Warner's Safe Cure, alone, she was fully restored to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arcli I health. That was two years ago. The St. Pliila. Pa. 25 tf cure was permanent. Col. Thornton ( will tell you it is true if you write him I'urlleular Notice. i uni( enci08e tt stumped envelope. I call tho uttentlon of tho traveling! . publlo to tho fact that, riurlug the sit-1 .. . , ling of tho court, or auy other day, my Excitement In lexas. uniform price is 25 cents per meal. 1 1 Great excitement has been caused In never charge more whether my house' t)e vicinity of Paris, Texas., hy Hie re-is ciowded or not. My guests are al- ,.mri.l.i.i0 rpvivi.rv nf Mr. J. r.. Corlev. ways treated with politeness and alien-, Hon. Mita. Rkiikcca Vauoht, who was so helpless he could not turn Hartford, Ky. Iu bed, or raise his head; everylody I fald he was (Ivluir of consiiinntlon. A trial bottle of Dr. ICIiik'h New was sent liltn. KimlltiK relief, lie IkiiikIiIii laro bnttle anil a box nf Dr. KhiK's NVh' Mfo I'IIIh Hy the time lie hail taken two boxes of I'llls anil two iKittlesof Hie Discovery, lie was well, anil bail Kiihieil in llesh .'!'! pnnnils. TrlaHiittlesof this Great Discovery for ronsnmptlon free at 'A. Wayne n A- Ilro. In a Dead Man's Pocket. Stephen Allen I'tlce win a man who was likeil ami looKeil tip to by all who knew him. He wns honest, kind ami true, a warm friend and good neighbor. The hoyx und ulrl all liked him because he never that he had been young nneo himself. He was never still and and bossy with them, bill wns their good friend He became rich, was made mayor of New v ork lily, ., ... ,,.,.. very old. He ,iu , , . , . ,, . ,,.. , ",c hi a steiuilboat d -aster. Those who found his dea. tsuly found a scrap of printed tuper in his pocket-book ft iiMiu to vL'itrn lultli riff rmitlliirv h wonN, but tills is what was upon Hie paper Keep good company or none. Never idle. If your hands cannot be usefully employed, attend in Hie useful cultivation your mind. Always speak the truth. Make few promises. Live up to your engagements. Keep your own secrets, if you have any. When you speak to a person, look him in the f ice. Oood company and good conversation aro the very sinews of viitue. Good character Is above all tilings else. Your character cannot be essentially injured except by your own acts. If uuy one speaks evil of you, let your life be so that none believe him. Drink 110 kind nf intoxicating liquors. Ever live (misfortune excepted) within your income When you retire to bed, think over telml von h lie liecli drill!!' ilurhli! the "w Make no haste to be rich, if you would prosper. Small and steady gains give competency with tranquility of inlnd. Xever'play at any game of chance. Avoid temptation, through fear you may not withstand it. Earn money before you speud it. Never run into debt, unless you see plainly n way to get out again. Never borrow, if you can possibly avoid it. Do not marry until you are able to support a wife. Never speak evil of any one. He Just before you aie generous. Keep yourself Innocent if jou would be happy. Save when you are young lo spend when you are old. Read over the above maxims, at least once a week. Mis. Ruth Hrown, (Joldwater, Mich., if you write, eneloslug a stamp, will tell you it is true that In July, 1885, she "was suddenly Paralyzed, and became eutirely blind, as Iter doctors claimed, from an Enlargement and Inflammation of the Kidneys and Liver. She was In an unconscious state for two weeks; face and iwdy bloated, with agonising p.ilu; could not keep any thing on her stomach; irregular actlou nf Hie heart. Pysicians pronounced her case incurable. Wlthiii a few weeks the Paralysis left her, Bloat went down, Enlargement of Hie Liver Subsided, action of the heart became regular, and she became well in three mouths and lias felt In good condition ever since. Warner's Safe Cure did tills amazing woik for heraid she will tell yon to. This recipe forseasotiiug sausage has been aiilvid lit after many uud careful experiments, and if used will save much trouble aud give satisfaction. Sausage meat. To every four gallons of finely ground meat, add two (medium sized) tea cups of salt, one teacup of sage, three quarters tea cup of black pepper, two table spoonfulls cayenne pepper ami a good pinch of saltpetre. Work very thoroughly, pack away for either frying fresh in cakes or to stufl and smoke. E. Evans, president of the Lumber Exchange Rank, Touawuuda, N. Y. wtlles: January 15, 1880, I was entirely prostrated, and was reduced from 170 to 120 pounds. I thought I had Inflammation of tho largo bowel. The pain was relieved only by morphine forced under tho skin. My doctor treated me for Intlaiumatlou aud catarrh of the bowels, and aiiectlon sympathetic with dl-order of the left kidney I had distressing, palu, with night sweats, and could keep nothing un my stomach, especially liquids, aud was intensely thirsty. Feb. 10 I was iu Intense ugouy with pain iu my left kidney. I then began Warner's Safe Cure. Iu 20 minutes I was relieved. I refused the doctor's medicines thereafter. I fiually passed a Urge stnnii from Hie bladder, then my pains ceased." If you write Mr. Evans, enclose stamp for leply. Farmers mid .Mechanics. Save money aud doctor bills. Relieve your mothers, wives aud sisters by a timely purchase of Dr. Hosauko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best known remedy for coughs, colds, croup and bronchial iiflcctlnus. Relieve children of croup In one night ; may save you dreils of dollars. Price 50 cents uud $1,00. Sample free, hold iiy . Wayne Grillln A llio. 4812 MANNING'S REPORT. The Silver Question Its Principal Topic Free Wool Advocated. Louisville t'osl. Wasihno'ion, Dec. annual report of Daniel .Manning, Secretary of Hie has been given to the public, li is u lengthy document, the main m!u!h of which, however, may lie presented brhlly ns follows: Tn stop Hie purchase ''f sliver Nonr only choice, our duly and our Interest. It will stop 11 wasteful and Injurious eupense, and the taxation which defrays it. It will commence and promote reform iu Hie sum and the methods nf Federal taxation. It will recover lo the United States an equality of )stion with foieigu powers, which will give us due iulluence In negotiation. It will induce negotiation, negotiation to the end of relief, not for the purpose of delay. Stopping the purchase and coinage nf silver is Hie first step, and Hie best which Hie United States can take doing their great part to repair the monetary dislocation of tho wotld. Its origin was foreign; Its remedy Is international. The time is ripe for this powerful (smiinonwealtli to enter decisively tipou that International transaction. Tlie lipe moment must not be let slip. It remains to consider the reduction of taxation to the needs of the government economically administered. It is. my lieliel that whenever we begin taking ofl'the shackles of war tarilt' taxes on taw materials such iucreased prosperity will follow to the employers who dread li, und such larger and steadier employment to the wage-earners who need It, by Incieaslug the sale abroad of our own. manufacturers, ami b whipping out foreign competitors in our markets, that we shall see our Income from Imported auufacliireis dwindle so fast Hint not only to compel the retention of tho most fit items of revenue whiskey, tobacco uud beer but perhaps, to drive us back to get-Hug ten millions of revenue from two cents a pound tax ou coll'ee and half as much from tea. I respectfully recommend lo congress that they confer upon the wage-earners of the United States the boou of untaxed clothing, and in order therto, the immediate passage of an net simply aud solely placing raw wood upon the free list. Proprietor H. h7 Kinney, Welilon House, Eirlvllle, N. Y., was rundown by overwork and threatened with Hright's disease, followed by stoue In the kidney and bladder, which produc ed intense pain and spasms. A council of physicians did him no good. He passed fresh blood from the urinary Everything else failing, he was finally fully restored to health by Warner's Sife Cure, as hundreds ol thousands of other acute sufferers have been. Don't take Warner's word for It. Write Mr. Kluuey (enclosing stamp.) and ask your friends and ueighlsirs about Warner's Safe Cure. An Interesting Illustrative feature nf the Ilrst Instalment of Mr. Washburiie's "Reminiscences of tho Siege of Paris," which are to appear in ScitlHNKit'H Maoa.ink, will be u fuo simile of the written draft of tho original proclamation, sent to Mr. Washburne, announcing Hie dls'Stcr of Stdau, uud signed bv Hie Council of Mluisters. W. H. Rhodes, 118 E. Oay-St., O , iu 1870, was taken III with palpitation and ueuralgia of tho heart, consequent on diseased kidneys. Dyspepsia" so atlllcted him. Ho spent hundreds of dollars for relief iu vain. He took 50 bottles of Warner's Safo Cure and was fully restored to health, gaining 70 pounds while using that great remedy. Write him aud enclose a stamp. He'll tell you the welcome story. Tramp. "Won't you help a poor man that lost his family by Hie Charleston earthquake?" Housekeeper. "Why, you are the same man that lost his family last year by the Ohio river Hoods." Tramp. "I know It mum. I am one of the most unfortunate glutlemeu on the face of Hie eaitli. Wild Cherry mid Tar. Everybody knows the vlrtures of Wllil Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for auy atlectluii of the throat and lungs. Combined with these two are u few simple Healing remedies iu the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and I.um Syrup, making It Just the article you should always have iu tho house, for coughs, colds, croup, und bronchitis. Price 50 cents und $1.00. Samples free. Sold by . Wayne Grillln & Bro. 14 2t Come Furunrd at (luce. By the will of the late W. Phlpps I am directed tu pay large sums of money, and In order to do so, 1 must urge upon all persons Indebted to said de cedent to como forward without delay, as the claims must lie collected, and you will save cost to make a note of this request. Wm. Piui'i's, Ex. If Chief Justice Walte Is 70 years old and under the law entitled to retire with full pay. He won't do so for fear Clevolund will appoint a Democrat Ills successor. Tho old gentlemen Is giving himself hoiiiu unnecessary work. His Is a hopeless case of love's ialsir lost. Captain George B. Wiltbark, Oil) Spruce street, Philadelphia, Pa., If now 011 laud, will, If you write and etieloso a stain n for reply, tell you Hint "three years ugo when hi Centrul America, he was prostrated with kidney and liver Ir. utile of a very serious nature. He wus delirious, skin very dark, liver eiil.rinl one-third, slomacli too f.ii 1 ho simplest food," bottles o' Wiirner'ii Safe Cure completely cured him and saved III Ufa. How a Man Goes to Pieces. New York Hun Interview.) "IM hate to see a man go to pieces that way under my roof," said HioelerK, crisply. "Well." said the proprietor, slowly, "there are times when I've felt that this business hud itsdrawbacks,hul then It's mluhty interesting. I've watched that man as a scientist would watch an expcilment. He used to take great pride iu his finger nails. I noticed one day that they weie looking a little off. After that they got worse, uud finally settled into mourning permanently. Then he gt to wearing the same collar two days, and once I saw 11 rip in Ids shoe and counted to see how mauy dasit would lie tie fore lie had it To my surprise ho did not do anything at all with it, but let It go. 1 knew by that that lie was a goner, because to a man of his natural temperament and habits a tear in Ids shoe ought to have been an event. Then tie began to part with his things. He'll soon diift away. So you've all been talking of him, and you wonder how bar-room loungers ate made? Well its u blessed sight more than I can tell you, except that by degrees they get so that they think more aud mure of the stuff", until ft finally gets Hie best of them. "For Christmas." 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It combines, with the roundest practical evidence lor the preservation aud restoration of health, a large umouiilofiuterestiugandumusingllght reading, nud the calender, astronomical calculations, ehrnuologlcal items, &c, are prepared with groat care, and will bo found entirely accurate. The Issue of Hostetter's Almanac for 1887 will probably be the largest edition of a medical work ever published lu any country. The proprietors, Mestrs. & Co., Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of u two cent stamp, will forward a copy by mall to any persoii who cannot procure one In Ills neighborhood. Dec. Sick hcadschn Is the bsue of many lives; this annoying complaint may bo cured and prevented by the occasional use of Dr. J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Plllets. They aie pleasant to take, nn larger than a pin head, aud are Hie ladles' favorite for biliousness, bad lasle In the mouth, Jal'tidlce, for leucorrhea and painful menstruation. 25 cents a vial. For sale by J. W. Ford. 40 3m. Ilucklen's Arnica Suite. The liest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, soies, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, led r, chapped hands, chilblains corns aud all skin eitiptlnns, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to glvn perfect satisfaction, or money refuuded. Price 25c. per liox. For sale by Clrlflln & Bro., Hartford, Ky. Four elephuiits btlonglug to Cole's circus were sold at Nw Orleans for$7,-150, three lions litought $112 each, u hippopotamus went for $1,500, aud a two homed rliluoceros for $4,200. "My doctor's hill for the past four years has not hern $10," writes F. G. Bailey, of 30 South Olli Street, Dayton, O. Ho had Vertigo, Indignation, Great Nervousness, Inflammation of the Bladder.Klduey Disease and Bleed lug Piles. Eighteen Ixittle of Winner's Safe Cure permanently cured him, us he will tell you i'you write uud enclose u Miiuipwl envelope. Ask your friends nud neluhliors uliout Wnrnet's Safe Cure. One Lived, the Other Died. A woman formerly our slave Is now our cook. About olKhteen months hko ahe be-e one sickly alio hud a cough anil wus , lined to bed, and it was thought Hint she hud ' consumption. The treatment by physicians , fulled to give relief. In December, 1MI, n 1 node or knot the "lie of a goose egg formed Just uhovo the pit cf the stomach, which when lanced matter for 8 or w months. One nf these also formed under her arm, und three on her buck, which discharged matter for a considerable time. For six months of tlietlmo she wns connued to the house, and most of the time in bed. The utoinncli often refused food, by rejecting what she hud eaten. Hhe used 11 great deal of medicine, but failed to bo cured. I bought one bottle of your it. H. II. (made. In Atlanta, On.) and gave It to her, nnd she commenced to Improve. I then bought nnd gave her uiree ihiiiicn more, nnu sue couiinueu prove, nnd In two month's tliiin bercouirli ad ceased, her constitution strengthened, appetite nnu digestion goou,nu discharges ceusen, nodes or Kiioisuisnpiieareii, nnd sue went 10 work nppnrently healthy and fat- tened iiuurentlv. This woman had n married sister of near Kaincuge who was uUected In precisely the same way nnd about the nnme time. Hhe hud 11 node or Knot on pit of stomach, back, etc. Hhe did not take nny H. Ji. I), and the node on her stomach ate through to Hhe continued on the decline and wasted uwny, and finally died. These were two terrible eases of blood poln. one used II. 11. II. nnd wan promptly cured the other did pot uso It nnd died. It Is most assuredly a most wonderful blood purifier. I refer to merchants ofihls town. Yours truly. W.T.HOMNHON. TIshabee, Ala., May I.18SG. A SlicrliT Itclcusc.l. For n period of sixteen years I have been atlllcted with catarrh oftho head which baffled tho uso of all medicines Seeing lug thoadverilkcineut of 11. 11. 11., I purchased and lucil six or -even bottles, and although used Irrcgulirly tiavc received great relief, niul recommend It as a good blood purifier. faiBiiedl J.K.IIOI.COMDE.JIt., HIierifTof Haralson county. Ha. All who desire full Information about the cause nnd cure of Ulood Poisons, Scrofula and Hcrofulnus Hwelllngs, Ulcers, Bores, Uhcumntlsm, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc., can secure by mall, free, 11 cony of our Illustrated Honk of Wonder, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known. Address, I1LOOD ItALM CO., Atlanta, Ha. For mlo by Z. Wayne Urlflln & Hro., druggists, Hartford, Kv. 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