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MelWSliV nilOADS, VM.VA l..l'h:l.1,. rminiiH (Mi I'lioriurToif". JSO.O'Ft.AHF.UTV, AMc KtUtur. WEDNKSDAY, UlICKMHEIt f.. OUR EXTRA EDITION. Wo will i'sue noNt week, for the holiday?, n double number IIkiiai.ii, filled with local and general new?, and ft splendid selection of choice, bright and enteitaining Tlio edition will exceed 2,000. It i our intention to phico a copy in the hands of every tainily in the county. Tlii" is an opportunity ofl'ercd to the luiMiic&s men of llnrtford.nr to those of the other towns of this county. There could be no better advertising medium for the merchant)- of Beaver Dam, Hock port, Kordivillc, Cioniwell.Bedn, lluford, Ccntcrtown, in short.of every of tin-or adjoining counties for the Ili:u aui has a large and growing Mih scription list in llutlor, Muhlenberg, McLean, Davie", enridgc and Hancock countio. The IIkkam) will contain a large amount of original matter, specially prepaied for it. Tun MuUlenbwj JaIiu on it ninth biitlwlny wa enlarged and otherwise improved. We our friend of the V.thii ahundnnt Tiik ciitcrptMng city of will soon have a three-mile stieet railway. The Mcaaiger that rails Mtflieient 1( lay one mile have already been leceived. It is rumored that Gcoige editor of the lUpvhlkan, will be a candidate for the Legislature in Muhlenberg county. What ha become of "your uncle" Lewi .Jones? Bon. Tiioma", one of the biilliaut and fearless editor. of Southern Kentucky, has started the Dltpitlch at Ituellville. Hob. make the an entertaining and readable paper. Hawtiiouxi: IIii.i,, founerly of the Louisvillo Oimmerc'wl, has purchased a half interest in the Enterprise, ot Mayville. He i spoken of by the pre.- generally as a good newspaper man. Col.. It. S. Hkviuii is upokcn of in connection with the coming race for Governor. Should the Col. decide to make tlio race, hi practical good and his splendid buine combined with liU ability, would create for him a healthy following. Wj: call attention to the call of the Medical published in thN iue. Parties practicing medicine without a diploma, or a certificate from the Hoard, would do well to be in attendance. The for practicing medicine without (ither diploma or certificate i and will be eufoiced. Tiik Uevenue Kefonners of both partie aie pleaded with the dent'- tarilf view. The Secretary of the Tieaury 1 alo ioiuted in lu position on a businesdiko reduction of the tariff. The protectionists arc in a date of panic, and their only hope is by filibustering and other high parliamentary tumbling to prevent a consideration of the tariff this .e.ion. Tun Court of AppcuN revei.ed the finding! of tlio epocial court in tlic case of the Commonwealth The Ciicuit Com t of Montgomery county sentenced him to tluce yearn confinement in the county jail. The special court reversed the finding of the Ciicuit Court, nnd now the Appellate Court afinns the findings of the lower court; ho therefore must hw term. CoruclUon was indicted for an on Judge Iteid, of the Superior Court, which undoubtedly led him to commit suicide. CONGRESSIONAL. We Mibinit for the benefit of our readers, the following resume of the pioceediugb in Congre-s: The Electoral Count Hill the Uoue with very little opposition, and while the member are not fully satisfied with it, they regaid it the bet that can be had for the pie-cut. The Hailway Hill also met with little opposition. The bill to extend the fire delivery sytem lecuived the suppoit of both panics. The Commerce Hill i still in the hand- ot the conference committee and some approaches to an agreement have hcen made. Mr. I'aywni, of Illinois, checkmated Mr. ititmlul, who desired to go into committco of the whole on the state of tlio Union. Mr. wish-ed the consideration of a bill -100,000 aeiesof unearned land, fraudulently hold by the Brule Biver Hailroad Co. On n call of the ayes ami noes, the House refiwd to go into committee ; this gave Mr. Pavsou an opportunity to makca full cxpo.c, and tlio IIoimj passed the bill with out divi!on, forfeiting acie of land. Some progress was made on the appropriation bill. The House finally went into committee, when Mr. Biiudal wished to duiiip a large portion of his committee work on to the Naval committee. Mi. Herbeitof the latter committee objections, and pending the debate, the House adjourned. Mr. John .1. O'Xeil, of the Ilou-e Labor Committee, that hi com. mittee will bold a meeting this week for the consideration of several matters of great importance to the laboring people of the country. THE BLAIR BILL. The CoiirkrJotiniul irt the.Sth inst., goes far out of it way to find some giound of objection to Federal Aid. One of it points, and the first, i the truism that, there i a difference be tween Federalism and Dcinocracv. Thi argument i so conclusive, that the diseusion should end heie, but the aphorim, hnwcer ter.-e, is not convincing. It is not a foregone conclusion, that a measure i wrong, advocated by a nor right, opposed by a Mr. Watteison, in further pioof of the anti-Democratic aspect of Federal Aid, ays: "that it is this distinction which define in advance the position of the two gieat partie on the legal tender paper money, on alien and sedition laws, on internal improvements, on tariff taxation, on the various question relating to the of power at Washington." The great editor has a poetic idea of what Democracy should be; he certainly i not legarding it from a practical political standpoint. It i- to be hoped that he has not descended to the plane, where he finds it in order to bolster up a very weak to offer platitudes for The Democratic party has and favored legal tender paper money, internal impiovcmcnts, tariff taxation, and Civil Service. Will the Con kindly enlighten us as to which position wa light"' The .statement that "Federal aid to state schools tends directly and ir. rcsistibly towards the augmentation of Federal power," is not well considered, and not wai ranted by the fact in the ea-e. The bill provides that the money shall be appropriated under the direction of the Legislature m of the state receiving it. fhere i no augmentation of Federal power in tin-, either directly or indiiectly. Theie is no centralization in the eae, since the power of the state to contiol it i recognicd. The fuither statement that, "the must be alike injurious to our political and educational institutions," i as far from being conitent, logical or warranted, n the former. The picsent school fund of Kentucky is due almot altogether to Federal aid, given under the administration of Andicw Jackon. It would requite a vciy vivid imagination to determine wherein our political or educational institution have suffered from it. The public domain appropriated to many of the states, U also a act, and we fail to see in what repcct such appropriation have impaired any of our institutions, educa tional or others. J u so tar as. a na tional convention may or favor a ineauie, it is a matter of mall consequence what it teolute. A Democratic convention once olved that the war was a failure, and the present political light of the indorsed that resolution ; but it did not stop the war,and the war wa a siicce. Will the thurirf 'Journal si if the platfoini of that convention was a clear enunciation of Jcfleisonian Dciuocincy. It is misleading, and not in keeping with the pi clouded candor of metropolitan journal-, -elf-elected mentors of the public, to intimate that the nppiopiiatiou of any sum of money from the Co vein men t for school hnsn tendency to check the people in school enterprises. We know fiom experience that it ha done nothing of the kind; wo know from the language of the bill that it can do nothing of the kind; that instrument pi o vide that, tlio leceiving the money must iaio an equivalent sum, and the disbursement of the Fedcinl donation is exclusively in the hand of the stato Legislatuie. The Fedeial government only that when donated, the money mut he for school hut the manner of disbuiseuient is left to the state. Senator Maxey, of Texas, fiom his place in the Senate last winter, -aid he was willing to appropriate for school the pioceeds of the sale of tlio public lands, and the .Senator is a Democrat. The noble, giave and leveicnd Senator, however, said i ho nu ., V-. it -. i .i, money in the United Slates Jicaury U 'for that purpose. Ileio is a political ' J., . . ' of which i i i i system logic, is only hlo when advanced by a Senator, and tin Senator a Den.ociat. What.we would gentleman, is the difl'eieuce between Federal mono in Oregon, ami Fedeial nioiie) in Washington? Is one sum less sacred than the other' Is it Democratic to ue money derived from pitniie lauds, iikI nil Democratic to use money derived from eutom due for school purpoc? The enactment of the Blair Bill, would be n death blow to Fiec trade, and this i the sole secret of the opposition to the incaiire. Politician may be oppoed to it, but the people favor it. " HARRIS AND HILL. Wo Iiiivh lii'iinl It MipKcstnl tlint HunIh nnil dipt. Snni. I'. Illll, county, ulilu, would n Rood wirklut! tenia for (loernur nnil I.lrnt, (low crnor. If Midi u ticket should ,e rcnitrl to tin- iieoplc, It uonlil nmusotlir Dpiiiormry of IlilsSlnlo to Midi i'iitliiisliiiii iih moiiM ilriiu out mi olcl.tliiicil miijonlx of.'O.lWIo T.'i.iKO. Haimittlc Jlatnilmltr. Senntor Hill, as a nonnnee for Lieutenant Governor, would give strength to any ticket the Democratic paity of Kentucky might nomi nate. He is not unknown to the people of till State, having represented this district in the State Senate ably and well. He was rccognicd as one of the most painstaking workers in the Senate chamber during it lat seion. He i well known to be a gentleman of ability, integrity and influence; genial, generous ami elo quent, a man of experience anil goo.d sense, nnd a ninn who would make the State a good officer. A Newsy Letter From Rosine. Dri'KMiiKit J. M. Tilford received serious Injuries Hip lit While ridliiB the railroad near home, III koI his foot hung ill the crossing mid fell, and In the fall, caught the doctoi's en underbill). The Doctor ha nut lieen ulile to net out since. Sllns Henfrow, a young man about grown, wa arraigned lie fore Judge J. J. Luyton lat sj.ituriliy, charged with Insulting .Mis Duviill. a little cirl ot l:i mi miner. The cae wits com promised by Henfrow pitying. 5-"i and cost. Henry Lew I, of Kmsis City, Ark., who bus been here for the pat two week, vMiIiik hi uncle, J. W. Lewi, left for Vine Grove, Ky., bit Satunlay, where he will spend a few weeks relative, lie then leaves for Ills home. Mr. Lewis made a host of friends while here. Mr. ami Mrs. C'hus Talley, who have been viith)K in I'adticali, Ky , for the last week, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Martha Coleman, who ha been visltinc her daughter, Mrs. J. 11. Rogers, for the fuft two weeks, left for home la-i Saturday. J. W. Tilford left for Tennessee lust Monday, to be gone time. Mrs riirah Allen i visiting her ilitiiKliter, Mr. K. H Allen, of Hartford, this week. A little child of D.ive McDaulel died lust Thursday, of brain fever. The parents have our sympathy in this their houi of trouble. Itev. G. .1. Hwili preached quite all iuteiestliig sermon at the church night, to a huge and attentive audience. We are ulud to have liro. Bean with us tnl year. M. C. Heaverlu,of Hamilton, was in towiiytstenluy. J. K. C'hilil, of thi pi -ice, has accepted a as telegraph operator with the C. U. vt I. Co., at Hamilton. Tlmcclieerii tor the new Ivlitoi., nnd S. B Biieknei. Yours Hesp'y. Hoi.m:. Waller Notes. Hi ccmiikii in --Mr. Ja. A. Park hn been einplojed by .Messrs. Sjlionll. i Co., of Kvansvllle, Intl., to purchase lni in this county for the above linn. We think the linn roulil not have obtained a Letter or more reliable pmou in Ihe county than Mr. SI1011II7, a lie Is a gentleman of experlenct In the log trallle, anil In eveiy way a it-liable lues man. Mr. Haldiii Hoaglaud, of neai Mu-gull's, liui rented Mr. Clin. Ralph's fui in, ami will move to it soon. Mr. Luther Holland, of Murioti county, visited the family of his broth er, J. (.'. of Waller, lust week. He will probably make this hi fut me home. Mr. Boh Smith, of Grayson county, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. June Fri .ler, of McLean county, spent a uiuht with Dr. Chapman this week. She hud been visiting her brother, and was returning home. P. B. Moieljiid litis dug himself a cellar in which to stow away Ills fruit, vegelnbliw, iSso. Bou.N To the wife of Jesse ker, Nov. .in, a line ni, and to the wife of Joseph Combes, Dec. Ith, a line boy, Dr. Chapman, utteiidiiiK plosleiuii. Jacob Soinlner, of I) ivies county, Is visiting relative hi this v'elnity this weeK. The King Literary Soeletj ha disbanded 011 account of Ihe bud conduct of spt'ctutoiH. They misbehaved so badly that those who wished to hear, could not, for the racket kept up In the audience. Wo lliiuk that It would huvebeen much better for the society lo have put the luw In force against them, lliau to have let the society k down on account of a few ill-bred person w ho came for the expiesn purpose of hreakiiiK up the uiietlug. Wcie we to al wayH give way to such person, it would be so alter uw hilc that we could not hear preaching. We should see that such peisons p.iy for their fun, and they would learn how to hthave alter pajlng 11 few lines. FlI.oM. For Sale. I have a Hue Irish cow with fining c.ilf, whieli I oiler for sale on term. T L (Biiki'I.n. Ill 21. Mfdi,cn Examiners. Tlii Hoard of Medical Kxiiinluern for I District will meet at my olllce In Oweiishoro. on the L'id ly of tici, at o'clock, a. m. . t Siiiima.n, nmliniH... Oweushoro, Ky. H((M, . nf",,, join- iVivwl s tJliriMiiui (Jill, and get n clitinec In tlio Gilt Distrihiitloii. DIG P0EK. The Other Phil. Armour Personals-Revival The Great Mill oi Mr. Kranza Prince William, Etc. ItoeiwoitT, Kv, Die. i:i, H). Well, the Hist thing on my this uiorulng, I Coletnau'N reproachable hog. At six inonthH of ago this blasttd Berkshire weighed 244 pound. At this alarming rate, by Ihe close of the century, that will lie an enormous pig. Mr. C, however, ha contracted It to the l'hll D. Armour, of Paradise. This will probably bo all the pork Mr. Armour will liatidle this season, owing to some slight departure of mine iir itMi uiorv ui nun uieiu and .mother decline In the price 0, "punklns." .Mr. W. C. Howaril, of Harrlsburg, III., is here mid will probably move his family to this place. Mr K. V. Klrtley I slowly recovering, oeiiig now able to sit up of the day. Beve, J.T. Cusebieraud II. P. Brown are conducting a religious revival of general Interest at the Pond Bun church. Yi nr correspondent bus received the first of the Biissellvllle DNpitcli, 11 bright and newsy weekly, Just started in ltd ellvllle. From the first glance to the most careful notice of its merit, one Is Impressed with (lie belief that it, with one hound, will take its place at the fr ut. and ably edited, and full of leadabte news It, at once, pleases ui.il rtcomineiiils Itself. "May it llf long 1111 brosber." Mr. F. W. Kransa, for whoso learning and gentlemanly bearing I have greit respect, I still extending his lumber mills, which are already Ihe largest In the Clreeu river valley. Fi.'e sawn are now at work, two of which have carriages. He has commenced shipping stock, and will soon he ready to rill any order, from saw-dust nnd hatchet handles to the largest bridge beams. Six wagon factories have given him orders aggregating 3,000,000 feet. One firm in Chicago wants 1,500,000. But the a jet, is only experimental. Much depends upon the late of freight, cost of limber Ac. We hope and believe there will he it handsome murgiu for him. Then to Knckport is assured on of the alllreihst, biggest mills you ever uw. Mr. IC, Is an experienced and professional machinist, having in 111 u tact u red machinery in Chicago for 30 years.after serving 1111 apprenticeship In his native country, By the way, he bus made over 8100,000 worth of machinery for the great Phil D. Armour 1 mean of Chicago, not of Paradise. In a talk with him a few evenings ago, I was greatlv Interested hi his grnphic description of the private character of Kmporer William, whom he has seen tin usauds of limes. While 11 student at Berlin, he passed every morning by the then (154S) Crown Prince' private residence. Ssid he, "I ulways pused before 7 o'clock, but I found the Piiuce in full military dress, even that early, winter and summer, often standing within a curtain room, before a large window, and beneath u gaijet, reading hi morning piper." He says whenever the Prince went out upon the street, an army of Idolizing boys,mnong whom he often distributed candy, followed the great soldier. Upon one his hoodlum mob of admirers seemed to he particularly anuoyiug.and he turned upon them savigely with that . tleice mien, before which inuny a Prussian olllcer hud trembled in Ids boots, declurlugthat they must follow him 110 longer. But the boy laughed at him ami followed on. Mr. K. was present at thegieat riot, when Prince William ordered out the cannon before the piiuce and trained them upon a broad street, crowded witli citi.ens and fired, mow ing down 11,000, for which the Prince hud to tlee the couhtry. Miss Peail HIcp, the charming nnd pretty young graduate, of MoMlnnville, Tenn., after playing sad havoc witli a lot of heart, ha leturned to her home 111 Greenville. St'tius. For Sale. I desire to ami will sell on fall terms eight acrts, of good ground near South Carrolltoii on which is 11 good story dwelling, a good orchard, eb'., also 11 two-story store house 011 Malti street, in S.iuth Carrolltoii For terms and prices, apply to the undersigned, or It. W. Bitsel, railroad agent at South Carrolltoii, Ky. S J. Hiioaih, 4!) tf Metropolis, III. CROMWELL DEPARTMENT. mo. After n silence of twoor three weeks, we have trimmed our pencil, and will proceed to note a few of the small happenings and changes iu this vicinity. Mr. J.'H. L aeh, formerly of this town, moved last Thursday to uj farm he had recently purchased In Butler county, and Mr. J. H. Kiown, now occupies the house he vacated. While we regret to lose Mr. Leach, we welcome Mr. Keown as he is alo u nice clever gentleman. Mr. Ueorge Gardner moved to Hartford from this place last Saturday, hut we have no one to fill his J m ist proniliiet citizens of the Slate and plueeyet, but no doubt soon will have, is fuvoiably spoken of as the next Piof. MoKlnnoy, who Is conducting j United States Senator from Kentucky, the school at this place, will take We h ive a railroad running through charge of the Bochester high school iu , Ohio comity, and crossing Oreeu river February next. He will be assisted by ' u' BhiiIoii's Ferry and running through Prof. A. O. Thmiihon of Butler Isaao Davis firm and by (keenly. They are both enterprising young. V'"B- I ' have ild for our e.iuuly lo men, and wo predict a bright future for p paper Hlcm, 1 he sent to your address for one year and Mr.' J. W. Cooper, ttnvellng wMl "ii to write to 1110 when you re- mail for Bretna Beeler & Co., Louis-. I vllle, Ky., arrived 011 the packet Sat' 1 unlay night Dee. 4th and spent Sun day with us and kept tlieSuhbuth holy, and as a leward for his line moial, 1 we bought a nice bill of saddlery of him Monday morning and sent him 011 his way rejileing. Wo were proud to say us a compliment lo your energy and ability, the llntAi.D still retains nil the brightness that ever characteilsid it iu former days. .Mr. Bully Newton, of Woodbury, F I Ml... A ...!.. Dum.Ick iiii.ru married l.,'t Thursday at the residence of the hrliles f.itliui, Mr. Low is Render, four Smiili ot rromweli in Hntler county. Mr. S. It of the Butler County News, mid MIhn WulMe Cooper, of Beaver Dull), were the alien- IduiiK Bev. A. II. Beed, tilllclutliig. ! Your conespoudeni whh (iiesslugly no J I Idled to attend the wedding, hut 1111 fortunately could not belhere.but fully appreciate their klndti"f unit wlxh 1 them a long and lumpy life. 'Tis said 1 Ibat Mr. Newton liid some stronKriv als for the fair hand, hut has beaten them, and we Hild th following lines : While lie wis)ct ootiiiuniiit Inspired by loves ilrriiiini. He won IiMowmI MKs A1111I0 Itcmler, In spite of rl ui tricks nnil solicnio. GENERALNEWS." Prof. K. P. Hawei nsilstiiut tcneiier i . . I'"'"-' Academy at Britndenbtirg, died on the 4th Inst. Near Savannah, (hi., 11 negro shingle maker was whipped till be died, by his because he stole S2.V). Mrs. LantryV latest investment on this side ofthe Atlantic is $11,000 In New York mortgage ami 54,000 In a Bronklin Bank. Madison (1. Johnson, a well-known la wyer.of Lexington Is dead. His will, when probated, showed Ills to be worth alwut 5160,0(10. Dr. Woodrow has been removed from the chair of Natural Science In the Seminary of Columbus, S. C, on account of his view on the subject of evolution. Lewis 11. Sliiulou, tlio only surviving son of Kdwhi M. Slaiiton lles in Minnesota on a large stock farm. He Is preparing to write a I lography of his father. John Bsudolph, who shot F.M. Jones of Hurls, P O , Muhlenberg county, at the lute Coueressioual election, voluntarily surrendered hlmwlf to County Judge Coleman on last Friday. His examining trial win set for Monday. Rambler's Rattlings. IlKDA, Kv., December 13, I860. The prospects are good for a tobacco stripping season. Not much tobacco has been sold yet in this part of the eounty. 'Poo much difference between the buyers and the sellers a to the price ofthe wepil. Most of our farmers, howevir, recognl.e the fact that tlgures are low, and are inclined to hold their crop, hoping that perchance, prices may advance. Mo-l of tlio wheat throughout the country Is looking well, considering the unfavorable sowing season. A great portion of the corn crop N standing in the llrlil yet. A good deal was gathered but week, however. Mr. Bennett's new ami stock barn is Hearing completion. Tut- Beda Literary Society met and r organized here lust Thursday h'ght, with Henry Levy as President and McKeiidrie ()vei), Secretary, The society bids fair to be one of great Interest. Mr. B. M. Ilenuett will In a short time move with his family to Cukey. Christian county. Ivq. B. A. Steven held Ills court here Thursdiy hist. very few 011 docket, whleh, by the way, a an nuieii of better times. Our people, however, are noted for their law-abiding and othei good qualities, and when there I any money In the country, they don't need the law to compel then In p'iy up. Mr B. McCormlck was quite sick several dajs hut week. He was some when lust heard from. Bt-v, J, H Jaiiiex has been suffering for the lat week with neuralgia. Mr. jvn Chamberlain, who ha been in poor health for quite a while, I am sorry to s-iy, Is no better The wife of Parson Henry tllbson Is quite sick at tills time. Yesterday was the regular day for preaching at No creek uud Shlukel Chipel. Bamiimiii. Ed Rowe's Letter to his Aunt in the State of Oregon. Ciintkuiovv.v.OiiioCo.Ky. Dee.li, 'SO. I received the letter you addressed to the Pott Muster of Hartford. I am the only "lie of my father's: tlrst set of now living. My step-mother, your sister, had live children four (blighters and one son, two are living and the sou liven on Ihe old homestead wi'hlua half a mile of me. He wa tiumtd for our father, and his pnt olllce address, the same as mine. Your shter Polly, died at his house In July IhSI, aged S2 year. I am now 77 years old and my half-brother, Win. I , Is -2 i ears old, your brother Jueob lied to bu a very old iuun,aud lived iu Mubleiibeig county. Uncle David Imbler paid us a visit ten years ago. CncleSuin, now lives In Kansas, and my half-brother corresiKind with him. Uncles John, Daniel and Abraham, are dead. Harrison D. Taylor, who married Funny Davis, now lives in Hartford, one of the oldest and most honored clllzeij of Ohio county, his wife litis been dead several years John II MoHenry, who married Hannah Davis is dead, ami his son, Henry D. McHenry I one of (lie (,,,vo ","' mal mVi I remain yours respectfully, Kd Bowk. Used a Gimlet. Ci:iiai.vo, Kv , Dec.l.'t -On the nlghl ofthe 10th Inst., the lloor of the store lion e of Miss Annie McDiugul was bored Into from beneath with a gimlet or a brace bit Tlio hole made In the llonr was too small for tiny full-grown person to go through; the burglar evi dently put a small boy through the hole In the lloor, In order to open the win dow. The muddy shoe-print of u ma ZZJ .Hn'mfe eV; bo far nothing U inirwli.tf. No clue to thv rohlwr. A A. B. ; RELIGIOUS. A Protracted Meeting at Green River Baptist Church Many ofthe Views of the General Baptists. The wrlttr Iuluii a series of 1111 clings at the Clteeu Itlver Union Church of General Baptlfte, near Ceutertown, Ohio county, on the 1,'ltli day of November last, and continued 22 days. The ellort wn blestd by hIniiii Il.'x (inversions, and nearly that number of restoration. This Is the ilrd series which I have held with Unit church during the last .'17 months. The result ha been very gratifying, there being loO conversions, and 112 to the church. Iu this connection, I am constralutd to give expression to sonie of the views entertained by the General Baptists. They differ from the United thi, they believe that all are endowed with freewill fnwer, uud do not loe It iu conversion, hence a sinner can make up Ids mind to become a chrilluu, and so long as he obeys God, the grace of God aimbles him to progresn In the divine life ; that lie never loses free moral ugency by bi coming a christian, and if he of his own accord, his aside his religion, he siiljpcts hlmclf to the punishment of slu all the same, ao If he hud never lieen converted. The General teach llial immersion is valid to the subject regiirdless of the condition of tlio administrator. That God looks at the heart and purpose of the siiljtct that the condition or standing of the administrator ha nothing lo do with the convert ; for thi reason General Baptists will receive an Immersed candidate from any denomination iihiii hi- own baptism, provided he Is satisfied with It, unless he was In order to wash away hlnliis Kor the same reason, tliey will diniis. by letter, any of their member, to join any other congregation of believer, a willingly as they receive hicuImt from any other cliurchc. The General Baptists teach that Christ's children are Christ's freemen, to obey Him iu nil thing mid Is- bless, ed, or disobey unit nill'er. No power on eurlli, shite or church, bus Hit- the right to step li'tweeii any of tin m and duty, or pieveut the least of them from coming to the Lord's table. They furl her hold that, from the Bible 110 one can the declaration that baptism In any mode, is required before the I in IV tSupiier. Ki.mui Hikp Wkwkii. Morgantown, Ky. Iu another part of thi Issue, we present a large udvertNi nietit headid "The Giant of Medicine." It goes without suj Ing, ilmt II. 11. Warner V Co., have educated the people of this country to the belief, which Is rational and well folinihd, Unit 11 vast iiinjoiity of human originate iu action of Hie kidneys and liwr, that Improper action allowing the blood to become tilled with uric ami lithie acids, or kidney and liver waste, which In-Hume and irritate all the organ and thereby piiduces so many dlflereiit dis eases: Hence a remedy lint will correct the action of the kidney and liver and the acids of the system, very naturally cures nil the diseases caused by this execs of acid iu the nlood. At this holidav seiju 110 present would ! more acceptable to any suffering friend than a case of a dozen bottles ofthe wonderfully i fleet-Ive Warnei's Safe Sure. Toe prop do nut ink you to believe whit they say, but frankly tell you to write to wlioe testimonial are published and to ask your friends and neighbors what they think of this great remedy. That shows liow great is their coulldetice in the favor ofthe public, on which they reckon hecatisu ofthe merits of their preparation. Iron Manufactures Take Notice. I have .100 acres of laud for side 21 miles from Hie (). A- N. which Is a strata of iron ore of the hesl quality, a-o 11 splendid vein of cod. It has been iuspecied by the State Gtn'ogM. For further Information call 011 J. M. HnPK, SO if Diinmor, Ky. Subscribe for tlio Ilornhl, uud g;ut 11 chance in the (Jilt Distribution. You iiiii, cl the oi'giiu. Brick For Sale. I have a large lot of brick for sale 011 my farm near No deck chinch, O.ilocounly.'it .S per thousand, for chimney patterns, uud low grade brick at JO and .- per thousand. JamksH. Ciiin.v, P. O Hail foul, Ky 47 It. Horss Sale. On theflist Monday In January ISS7, I will offer for sale, hi Hrrtford, sever al good wot I; horses. Terms cash In hand. G J. IIca.N, 40 .'ft Auctioneer. , ITISAPUREWVCGETAOK pnCFAKATION ) 0OW"TWr m Ofifflr o -..- 1PRICKLY and distil cvJAiiycrncici" nuiroizs It has atood the Test of Yeara. m uunng an Diseases 01 tno EL00D. LIVXH, BT0II Anil. IfTTlWEVR now. CVCftY ELS, fie. Itrurlflcotho rsrk"HH' E'ceJ, Iavigoratcs tail neguses tap uyiuem. imfEPSIi.CONSII. CURES rATION, JAUNDICE, WiDiSEASESOFTKE LIVER disappear atonco under KIDNEYS Its beneficial influence. sm It Is purely AND iu ita cathartic properties forbids ita use as a EOWELS. beverage. It is plena y7zc7r, ant to the taste, and as Sby& eitslly takeu 1 child ren as cdulto, A1LDRUI1GISTS PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO PniCElOOLLARl KQlul'rupribtor. ll BT.Louimiiiil lUtduo Citt tll It r KsUi, tnl thoM who wilU to Hi I .on A llnt,lllff('f rt i 1 1 irvaj, 1 m iisii'iiiviiiu'i mu wuin ninrri I I 2 111 I lh)T 1U ilu, allkt litU4l tiotut.tbui will pi i! l AJJJihtrti from tMo iriPfdr. Ahik Iih rii.tu 4 i . la hlilrr ymnjMrill. Lplul it -vi i.r I r iMtaurcl ftw Tli wltoiir) ll jiif tU 4U) 'H ' ViUg tiUlu fulWIir. All I Great A BEING DETERMINED TO DISPOSE OF MY Immense Stock of Dry Goods CONSISTING IN lICT (!' Till: I'OU.OWINti STANDAHl) NI S'I'M'hi: AKTU'liliS, Clotliine of s-11 lcind.a and. prices, Ijadies' 3Dress of and. Elegant IDesiEn., Stylislo. and. XDij.ra"blo 2Cats. Caps. Boots. Shoss, and. a meat :Faslilcna"bl Lin of HSTctions, I to iiitinducc 11 Xow I'Vuture tbix fciiMin, A FREE DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS To my m ill be given. To eacli ta.-di iurcluicr of one dollar's worth of kdoiN, a nuinbcrcd tickeluill be given free of charge, wliicli will entitle the holder to 11 cliauce iu the Distribution, wliicli will take pliico On the 1st Day of February, 1887. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY 1 Sewing Machine, slo.00 1 Fine Oliver Chilled premium Plow 25.00 1 Ladies' Cloak, 10.00 1 Fine Dress Pattern, 5.00 1 Pair Ladies' Shoes, 5.00 1 Gentleman's Hat, 2.50 1 Pair Boots, 5.00 1 Silk Handkerchief, 1.00 1 Clock,. . 5.00 1 Unlaundried Shirt, (any size) 1.00 1 Dress Pattern, Indigo Calico, 1.00 I Pair Towels, ,. 00 1 40 1 Pair Ladies' Hose, 50 The Drawing Will Take Place at the Court-Eouse, in Eartlord, Ky,, On the day mentioned. The idim of the drawing will be left to the suggestion of a majoritv of the ticket-holders Tlio ticket- will be numbered, the imine ofthe the U'kmI.i and the number of the ticket will be entered on a book, tliut guarding ngaiut all iuible miftiike.s The holder of the greatest number of ticket- on the day of the drawing will bo presented with live dollar'.- worth of goods at the More. T. M. Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S Gasleria Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful tlio world has ever known. kK?s. M I vmmmii Pisn m& I rWn (tnutn un1ii l(a n aibv I TRtDK MKst. P&rTfflriiiaB I ESlKI h ii lyifcuiyrwmnpawp Kw&Wmtllt j I f'nn i Hrilffl KSaCri1'" JiaaP'tfnBlfD Sale ? SMITH, Hartford, Kentucky. Mim Isllifi Rfist II.KKKWaterprooiGoat Ever Hade. in ti mim nrrnl.rvrnat T, ctnir lin tun ci tni?i ivNfritfNtr.iiriJwill krep jnq dry In llm Imritrit lorm ' rLirKBUDTM liihoi ooiurr. 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Mllurn A JlMTG h have alroady found a!oianlii In IL 111 work for AUIJIlll lO K Wer wrIUi : - I auld Ilia Hrit all Inoka In tw houra," llaay agents Uio Uor 1UU at once, at apecul rutea. fknd for terma. 17D 1717 Paft Contenta Table of rialn IToma Talk. red. whit ana ClVUU blue drculara, andaeample ot Dr. r'wXa'a JmUh ilonMy, Standard Bdltlon. 93.98 I Rams print and lllnttratlona, tha ropuiar Baition, I.DO ) ainereuo. u In paper and tunduif. MITBKAV UILL rilB. CO., ISO (IT.) East 18th St., Ktw Trk. t r ' v .