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) k- V il D ?. I. LI U tl B . II 1. HM,n iint!f c.ryimirnUloKM 1 n , n.rt 1 k I If If nliilnioiiuit Mit) n. tin 'irterlrtiiu rctthuMiiuutiijuuiiiiib FA !&Z? ov"111" J I I I 1,.. 1 , THE ' EJ BEST TONIC I'm 1 urrjo l-n l".i II HAS NO jKQlUf, ami 1 it tinly Iron tufdirin ion in out injurinn It I iui iiiouu n7fjrjti w .V" Al.l WMtfrMloti It 1om nu Mil ken nr Injur tb lth, ran hi it iiworrilofrrouptlplkin m.fi ii Hh (1 II lliKBLrr.ft kftJintbpIcUaof nW, (JLUlmisi ... , . llnrwt.'n Iruii Jlittrra Ii twin a: My .1 tr I iiiit In ruj wtcttr. ni! ttriil ill at limn 1 r all rtlr form f lrn lnw.ra i alownn tt')Oni, lliwvn'slrtrf. llittritUuMili . )) iiMt)r It l all (hit 1 cUIdhhI f r it !. W .( Waikki. 1JI Thirtr...n1 Miwt I "4t1.wn I) U ryi llmwnV Iron Httlm I I funic if lrt . letter, It IH (i! f In- MiMigtU ami Imprutr tl!?tl.ti liaatin fata fcUtTiaJ Mirkandrniatl r4 llnni iirapiwr Tulii lio tilhrr. uu.Nrurnii'Akio.,!iiLiiuoui:,Mu III a EXE JUL DJJlECTOJtr. STATE. Kmill. of Lieutenant (lovernbr Jn. It. Illndinnii. "ecrelniy ol Jus. A. .MeKciitlc. n Assistant Hcc'y nfn.ito II. M. JlcCurty. PilVnteHecretnry Intiovriiuir -0. Knhcrt. Attorney V llnnlln. AtnHtor Knyello Ilcwett. Altnul H. W. Tnlr. n ricrk JniiiPN Hi llitw klii. I), l'lckitt. I'lrrkH K.C. Went ntiil K. 1. l'lckctl. llrttlMrr I.imil M. AdiiniK. ll.fotlxtt.J. M.UnlliHnk. luaur lire INiiiiiiilwloniT 1. I'. Nornian. Deputy Unii. ViikII A.foonnninl II. V. Duncui. Ailjutnnl (leiicral Jolui . flerk Wlckllir (liiipiuuii. Hupt. Arciil W. tf. TliompMin, Coin. Ak. "or. ami K. I)nvl. Htnle VlrKlnlii llmikoii. Clerk Wiilker lVlen.. I ii.prftnr f Mini - I'. J. Nm imhI. 1'nhllc Printer A. Hindi 1. WimmK 1'eiiltenthiry South. Deputy Wiinli'll (Ironje T11J lor. IXJtlllT OK Al'I'KAIJi. I'hlef Jiutlre, fiiswell llvllliett; .Indites Tliiiiunii H. lllne, W, M. I'iiir. J. II. I.ewl, V. II. Holt ; lleporli'r.Johu lliduuin; Clerk fourtof AppeiiW, TlionuiH J. Henry; Deputy lIlerk.Nim. M. Ilulue; Deputy Clerk Court, Tlioinim O. Poorej Serkeiint, II, A. KnliPitMiii ; Tlpitnlli McCiuillff. HUPKHIUIt COUIIT. Pieldlni:Judm, A. I.. ItlohunN; Juilito, Jnie II. Ilnuileli, A. K. KlrluinU. J. l. Wunl; HerKfiit, .Inlin M. Ulllott ; llptntr, .l.iliii.Slimrt. llHllroiiil l,.TIiompn. A. It. HiKiiie, J. D. Youmc. CONOUKSSIONAIj. II. H 1 k und Hon. .I.e. tt. Ilhickhuru. Kourlh T. A. lloheitMin. HTATK DISTHICT. 1!. Hill. Itfprekeiitaltc, llhlo County Hon. Jeu.e H. WIIlluiiiH. COUNTY. CI mil I Court. Hun. Lucius 1. l.lttle, Jndite, Hon. Joseph Noe, Alturney, OHenslsiro. J. I'. Thomwiii, Jailer, Hmtfonl. CluieucH Ilnnlw Irk. Clerk, Hurthrl. Jno. r.llnrretti MuMtrCoin'r, Hartford. It. Hheriir, llenver Dmii. Deputies J. KonUvllle ; I". K. HiKker, lleiner Djiii; J. M. Cnsehlrr, ltock. jMirt ; J. I.. Miller, Ilnrtfunt. Court convene" fourth MoiuIiijk In May mid Niivemlier and fontlnues four weeks fiich term. County 1url. C. W. Miiwile, Judge, Ilurlforil. T. J.Hmllh.Clerk, Hartford. 0. M. Pendleton, Attorney, Hartford. Court is)iieueii on the first Momhiy In nery iniinth. 4nnrlerly Court. lleKluson tlicthlnt Monihos In Jiinnury April, July mid October. Court or Cliilins. Ilenlusou the rlrl Mouihiys In Jiimiiiry mid Octohvr. Oilier Coutily (Iftleers. "luirles Heudrlo, Surveyor, lloekport. 1. W. Ilarnctl, .McMr, llurtlonl. I.. I. Loney .County HchiKildupt., Hurtford. Poller Courls. ll.Minoni). J. H. (Ileiui, JiuIku; NV. II. Muiuy, Mursluil. Courts held Ith Monday In Munch. luno.Heptcinbcr and December. 1J. K. Jewell, Juitise; Win. 11. UlunkonHlilp. Marshal. Courts held tltht HHturday In Jiimiiiry, April, July and Oct. C. Daniel, Judne i II. I. Vlse, ilarnhal. Courts held mcoiiiI In Juuunry, April, July and October. C'KRAtVo. V. II. rulkerson, Jtidue; J. H Tllfonl, Marshal. Courls held seconu Hatur. dsv In January, April. July ami October. Hamilton. J. W. Ijinkford, Judge; P.M. Ilrown, Marshal. Couits held thlnl u January. April, July and October. IUhi.tokt. L. Held, Jiidk'o: A. I'. Howard. Munilial. Courts held llrst Thuredny In jHimnry, April, July and October. J. Laytou, Jndise j no Marshal. Courts hold rlrst Hutunlii In January, April, July and October. Justices Courts, KokdsviM.i. J. I. Harder, March t, Juno 3, September It, December 2. Joseph Miller, .Mnrcli tl.JiitieS.Hentcmbcri, December i. L. Field', March H. June 8, Hentember 8, December (. J. Meklnd ey, March 2, Juno .', Hoptemlior I, liccemuer u. A Htevens, March , Juno 0, September 9, December 0. J. D. Hyeryi Maich 13, JutioI'J, September II.Deccmlierll. H. Duiicnn, .March, JW, Juno 19, Heptember 18, December 18. . I. Howe, March ll.Juiioll.HcptcmberH, December II. Ckouwm.l. J. P. Morton, March HI, Jtine III, Heptember In. Dccemlmr 10. U. Arbuckle, March IH.June IS, Hcpleiiilicral.Dcccmberltl. IIosimk. W. M.Antry. March 15. June 15, Heptember 15, December 15. A. H. Anil. March SS, Juno 23, Heptember 21, December 23. Constables. . , Koaosvii.tK Iluroitn. Oconto II. I.ntilmin. A. I'. Howard. Uosink. W. 1.. Miller, P.-O. Horso llranch. Martin, I'.-O. Cromwell. CHURCH. llAi'TiBT. Hervlces sccoud Huturday and Hunilay of each month : Hev.J.H. Coleman, pastor. M. K. Church, HoUTH. Hcrvlcos third and fourth Hundays lit each month. Hov. Ii. r.. Campbell Pastor. CUMDKKI.AMU l'llKSUVTKUIAN. HcrVlCCS, first Sunday nnilHunday ululit, and night precoedlng. Itev. Willis Hmlth Mktiiouist Ki'iscoi'Ai. evuryHuudny ruoriiliiiraiiil nlithl. Habbath Hchool at u A. M. Hov. II. J . Ward, pator. ALPHA HAiTlST(coloreu. First hiuI third Sunday, at II A. M. and 7:30 p.m. Hunilay Hchool at o'clock, a.m. He v. C. 11. Dow-ell, Pailor. NKLLIE'S SANTA CLAUS.; in 111 n 11 MArTili.wti SHIUHTMAH KVK In 0110 tif the SWA l.. . . r ., . , - W....I t ittliiliiKCiiiti"i ,,,L "" "nv nm nil of Joy mill KlniliH" tpVi tliiiiiiiilimittliL'ClirUlliui wurlil fl H 111,11111. J. ....'. - --,. friiiii;lil Willi ho Hindi thim when lii'iiiillful itiinulu nro to ulni'liii; nolwliMH lllttht uroiiml ..u ul....l,..r Hill liHuntlrnl iiiilliein nf II-, PlllKlirii "IVneo tin 'il will ini'ti." It will nluht 11111I 11 Hiiow Klnrm wiii i.rntLinif ! iim tir.iuiit liorlnii : ih vIuiiiIh were ilnrk 11ml iiianKlve, thiKi"! with grny, ntiil from llit'lr onilnoiw 'uriiiico It h If lliny liml In ullil iiliitluiix for tin- Alrwnly ihuHiiow luy u find or inoru on iln jcmiiiitl, "l t"u iroH;i:ln Unit It wmil'l lw ! ereasi'il wllliln a few liourH. Tin wlnil cliiluUfil illriuully tliroiimi thuluiilfw trifrttiuil IujwIimI ilolufiilly ltn lie.iilliiiiK couret' ilown tlie lfP rnvltiPM mill 1111 llio nii5'il Kiilcht'i, Hip Miow Into iiiiiif oomili'tcly Hit nml wooili In 11 muz? ItllmliiiK 10 any lit'lnli'il t ho mluht Iw unforttinati' lo lie mil nt lliln hour The fold wum Intt'tiitb ami lucrtHiiim inlutitc. mill tliu few anil pliiot'M of hImhIi Hint LiiiiiprKilthu iiiIiiImk '"amp nil ami everylhlnK wltliout nun mot fiirMiikeiinnil welril ap)eurmife. Prtwiitly thi'jnow li'nn to fall thick ami fait, nml nlilnl ihe iilreaily DOUBLE NUMBER-PART I. THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE THE THE ADVERTISING HERALD BATES THE HARTFORD HERALD. THE WEEKLY MUST OK HERALD ALWAYS BE PAID IN ADVANCE A UH V KHV LOW A N I) WILL and is as hollows: IIK r'llltNlSHKIi OX APPLICATION. One Copy Onr Year, .ftl.nn. WE DO JOB WORK "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOI&Y WORLD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LVMJIERINO A'l MY BACK." One Copy Nix Montha...... 75. Unci Copy Fonr Hon! ha...... .......50. OH EVERY STYLE AND KIND! mirNo deduction from llicse rate under ntiy circumstance. Pent tonny Welmve llio best pleases antitype, VOL. XII. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 22, 1880. NO. 51. In the United Hlntp, for the nbovo employ skilled workmen, and our facilities price, ami changed when desired. iu therefore superior. lleree wind, converted ii If into ' j t,e Wi,rr,lt.cof the gmunil above, to lead blinding sheet of Hying particles, u" t,0 unokeoiit. Hut It was Jeb mid cutting as crtuned and Wli ,01, ul) u hlltl.,j ,ini mll tmt as Impenetrable as darkness. , UfJH j,,,.!..,, ThN was the appearance of Ihe camp U was this verj afternoon that Jeb this Cliitst tuas Kve, that aweet jwriod of J ,ad beeii amusing Nellie hy holding reinemhrauce whlcli we celebrate wltli , a.r on ,M knee and telling her elorlen no iniicli Juy. How ilillcretil from -. nutl her how the fabled original scene, where the stars isleumcd Hn.,t (jllimwime ,W, t,e chimney brightly over the shepherds' Hocks and ciirMmas K ve, with a gieat load of the lieautlful star of Hethlel 1 shone l()J.a .,,i triukfjts lumberitig lit Ids back out wltn beckoning prominence, shed- for presents to all good children. And ling Its henediction ami eltiilgeuce of love overall (lleatnlng through the (hiving fleet and snow was one solitary light, shedding Its dull rajs out over the one main street ot the milling camp. On either side of this street were or rather huts mid cabins, wune usul as places of hiisiusanil others occupied hy miners and their families. The house that this light shone from, was the principal saloon nf Ihe place, mid Inside its giimy walls ninny of the sturdy iillnersof the place were to celebrate thi Christmas Kve as was their wont. They were gathered around in groups, some playing cards, others engaged In boisterous conversation, wlille the fiery alcoholic beverage was being served out over the bar In ulintMl a gradual How. The light that could be seen from the street was a large "dip" candle stuck in a knot-hole In tin side of thewall, that lllckered and sputtered and smoked and cast a ruddy glare over the rough assemblage. In the midst of this hilarity and carouslm! tlieie came 11 timid ran at the door, hut nobody paid any attention to it. aud lis faint echo was lost in the sound of the wind, which howled through the old eaves of the and caused the paper that was lacked over the broken window panes lo rattle and Hap, while the candle on thewall waved Its tall blaze as if ' alsiut to expire. rrcsently the rap on the door was repeated, this time louder than before, and one group of caul players stopped long enough to stare vacantly at the door ami then ut each other. The storm without howled In Its fury and the snow sifted through the huge cracks in the door. "Maybe the wiud blowed a limb agin the door," suggested one, and this remark seeming satisfactory, they resumed their game. "(), papal" The voice came from without, mid it was so plaintive and touching lu its nc cent that each card player dropped his cards nud again stared at his companions. The voice seemed to eouiu from out of the depths of the storm, audit touched the heart nf every man who heard It with compassion for the little lost one. "She'll die out there," remarked oue, and with two strides he was at the door at.d had It uubaricd. He opened the door und peered without, and then rcachhiB forth a brawny urni ho drew somelhlmg in, and then shut the door. "Why, I declare, hojs, If it ain't Jeb rearson's little girl, Nellie," said he, holding the little bundle of Immunity, 9110W and Ice up to the stove. "Why, Nellie, what on earth brought you out such it night? You won't thaw out for a mouth." It was such a sweet little round face that shone out from under her bonnet, all fringed with Icicles. The little one seemed too benumbed with cold to speak for n minute, mid situ held her Utile hands up to the stove and looked ut the mutely, with such a pitiful expression on her sweet young face. "I wunt papa," she said. "He said he would come homo oon und bilng Bantu Claus with him. I came up hern to see Santa Claus nud pupa, and tell them to come home." Then she scanned the rough with Innocent mid childish curiosity, hut (ho fond parent whs not there Without saying n word she started for the door to face that llerce storm ngaln. "Oh, say, little one, you tnustu't tucule that bllz.ard again. Hit here by the stove aud we will flud your papa. Ynn'il ille heforti yon fonnil lilm Mich 11 nlKht as thin." 'T miHt liml tup:.," flu- lUpeil; "I wnnt papa uti'l Huntit ClutH." Then nh opt'iml thi'iloor ami ftep peil out Into the Hiuw fiyoiiiiK anil hrave fachiK a utorin that wonlil tiiukij the harillect miner lllni'h. The looked at wifh other in hliink itinii.iMiiciit, hut no one entilil Hti'iimnii eonriiKi' nilllclent to follow the little one on her IdvIiik errand. The wind inoaneil and howled im hefore, u If the I'lementH were t'liKtiRnl III llerce com-hat, anil the hiiow piled upon Ihe tlnor In little pryanilils IhroiJKh the In the door The Kiinie wim reitimeil mid presently Nellie was entirely forgotten. Out Into the lleiee Klnrm mid euttliiK wind the little form Intruded, mid the door cloned hehlnd, lettvini; her to the iiieioy oftlic norther. A fearful mht of fuiuw iitul wind eiivtlopi'd her, and ulmiiHt hlluihd her in Its lleree rihe drew her garnientH eloB uroiiiiil her and bravely fared Ihe iilat and tartid 011 her return home from a friillleiis after pupa mid 8ji.Ii. CIhuh. Nellie and her father lived alone in mi ahoile down in the fjulch, which was 11111m 11 I'lfii limn nil vl hlllL' I'Im'. It ttu.rmh room h. the vide of a hill. I partly earth, with a tolerably front entrnucu and very comfortable inside, notwithstanding Its uncomely appearance. There was a fireplace In the room, but It wasn't fjuitew) anil finely decorated as wime are. It wus dimply a large round hole out III the wall, with a UL'Hed Hue cut through the earth to then Nellie asked her papa if lie thought I ISuiitnClatis would come to visit her this Christinas: Kve. Now It happened that Jeb had never made Nellie a Christmas present lu all his llfe,uor had 11 she ever heard the story of Santa Claus befoie, and the thought Instantly came into his head that he would buy her a nice present and mysteriously convey It Into the house and thereby illiixtrale his story, which Nellie believed hi every particular. "Yes, Nellie, Santa Claus will come to-night," said Jeb, "hut I must go up to the store llrst aud see him und tell him where we live, so he will know where to come." And after Jeb had gone Nellie thought she would just go up town mid meet her papa and Santa Claus and show them the way to the front door and save him Ihe trouble of climbing, down the chimney, which seemed to her like a very unnecessary entrance when there was a door so handy. Her faith in her father's words had never relaxed a particle, and she was auxlous to teat Santa Claus to her cave home In the side of the hill. She plodded along slowly, hut the storm in creased so lu violence and the wind and Hying particles were so hlludlug that she dually sank to the ground overcome with the cold, mid her little heart gave a great throb as she realized that she was lost in this awful storm. She called, but nobody answered, and presently something came galloping through the snow to her side. It was her dog Sampdou, and she knew she was not far from home. She rose to her feet and with Sampson us guide soon leached her home. Then she went hi und sat down by the largo 11 replace aud the glowing heat soon dispelled her cold and numbness. She sat with her face in her little hands, unconsciously gazing ut the glowing coals mid her mind burled in thought. She was wondering when 1 nana would come, and what Santa Claus would bring her, und thlnklug hi bright anticipation of all kinds of nice presenta. She sat this way a long while, and she almost got impatient in dreaming without the reality appear ing. After uwhlle a sleepy drowsluess came over the little body, and the eye lids would languidly close now nud then In spite of her efforts to keep awake. Everything was still us death within, but tlie storm outside had not abated any In violence utid still continued Its sullen roar and sweeping smge. Presently a small lump of snow came tumbling down the chimney and fell on the lire at Nellie's feet, and Its steaming aud hissing awoke her from her dreaming to a s.ense of her sur roundings. Nellie jumped to her feet, hut the snow had scarcely touched the lire when u rumbling noise was heard mi the chimney, followed hy another (llsehargoofdlrtutul snow, which evidently piccedetl the coming of a large ldy of something. Then there wus another cloud of snow, a suppressed grunt us of a human being, an unearthly rattle of curious sound, and almost before Nellie could reull.e what hud happened u grotesque body resembling human, ull covered with snow und Ice, tumbled down into the flieplace among the coals and ashes aud scrambled out Into the room, scattering a lot of toys und trinkets on the tloor. The great burly figure shook itself like n great big bear, und u shower of sparkllug snow Hooded the air und glinted In the glowing fire-light like numerous spark - mas pri'HMit. Slip ran luiHtlly and hid hehlnd the hid, partly from fear mid partly for a desire to give old Bnutn ClaiiH a ehunce to dlitrlhtite his without being Keen by her. Hlie had scarcely gained her hkllUK place hefore her father's voice greeted her ear: "Why, Nellie, did I scare you most to death? Well, yen, I expect It did. It rather scared your old dad u little, toot to take hiicIi a tumble us that. Thought It was old Santa Claus Mire eiinuiih, didn't you? Come out from your hidliiu place and eu the nice presentH I brought you." Aud then Nellie reali.ed that It was her own papa that had tumbled down the chimney aud almost put the lire out, which they kooii kindled into a bright flowing blaze, again. She came from her retreat and climbed upon her papa's knee, while lie dNplayed to her the nice C'hrlutmus preuenlH." "Why, I thought Bania Clans wm goiug to bring them," said Nellie. "And .so he did, my little girl; I wan the Santa Claus. The papa of all good children is all the Santa Claus, there I-;" and then he told her all about the fable of Santa Clau", and that he was no real person, hut was personified by all fathers who wanted to make Chi 1st- ,m8 Pr'-H to their children. "Hut do they all have to climb down the chimney like you did?" asked Nellie "Oh, 110; that was an accident," and he explained the matter to her. He hud gone up town to buy her presents, but had been detained luuger than he expected at the house of a friend. However, he Isnught the presents and slatted home, but by this time tlie storm had attained its full fury, und he hud only sticcet tied In getting part of the way home when he became lost in the fearful snow-storm nud could not see which way to proceed. He wandered about fora long time, but the snow wns so deep, the night so dark und the wind was blowing so fiercely that he could not tell where he wus. Finally he ascended a hill, hut he could uot tell whether It was theoiie near where he lived or not until presently he missed lilu f.willm nml ultil iluu',1 (tin Ik I It tuln n hole of some kind, nud the next thing he knew he had tumbled down Into the replace at home. The chimney of his bouse being even with the top of the ground, he had accidentally slipped into it in his rambling around on the hill. And so Nellie heard thestory of Hu Cluus und saw It illustrated, and although she is now a grown woman, the Incidents lu connection servid to Impress uiwn her mind so indelibly that she will never forget the night when her papa acted the part of Santa Claus to perfection. Safe, permanent and complete are the cures of bilious and intermittent diseases, made by Prickly Ash Hitters. Dypepsia, general debility, habitual constipation, liver aud kidney complaints arc speedily eradicated from the system. It disinfects, cleanses and eliminates ull malaria. Health aud vigor are obtained moie rapidly and permanently by the use of this great natural antidote than by any other remedy heretofore known. As u blood purifier and tonic it brings health, renewed energy and vitality to a worn and diseased body. 50 lm. There ore many nccideuts und diseases which ullect Stock und cause serious Inconvenience aud loss to the farmer in his work, which may be quickly remedied by the H9e of Dr. J. H. 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I Miuiiierry aim jarusu reuei uiiii cure for any utlectfon of tlie throut und .UI.KS. vo...u,..ei. .. ,..e iu iu - greiiviiieiiis uiu .. icw s,.uiir iieniiuK remedies lu (he composition of Dr. l I I T....- u. ....... , Hosunko1 nun j.uiic raj 1 u,., making it Just the article you should b' ' wojBliave In tho house, for coughs,. Well, we send abroad to colds, croup, und bronchitis. Price M '"Enlighten the Heathens;" but don't cents and i-1.00. Samples free. Sold you tliltik wo huve sunie pretty "tougli byZ. Wayne & Urn. 50 2t customers" here, who need to be . , m , . j enlightened If not castigated? Sick headache, wind 011 the stomach ' O, religion, how much mockery, and biliousness, nauseu, ure promptly und hollowness, aud deceit ubldeth iu thy ugreeubly banished by Dr. J. H. Mc-, supposed sanctuaries, and how little of Lean's Little Liver ami Kidney Pillets, thai charity that covereth a multitude 2.")c. u vial. of sins! For sule by J. W. Ford. 40 Mm. Then, there's the politic fellow, and I the mutter of being politic lo suy New Shop and Cheap Work. i lug of polities, and other kluds of ticks, I huve opened u blucksmith shop in , Hartford at Tracy's old stand. Horse - shoelui; will be made a speelulty. We ABOUT THIS AND THAT. Touching- up Divers Subjects Social, Domestic, Moral, Religious and Politic Some For The Benefit of all "Whom it May Concern." If our Inquires shall lead us to the inevitable conclusion that the whole social fabric Is but a muss of conventionalities, with a predominance of fraud, deceit und villainy logive the putrid carcass a strong llavor, then we should say that the cause of this fact Is, mankind have never fully accepted Truth, Virtue, Righteousness ami Justice, but are mostly given to Lust, Greed, Hup-Ine, Seduction and Wrong being set aguiust the Word of God, mid strong to resist the eternal laws of the univeise and lo do li'itlle ugalust Jehovah. How imiiiy neighbors; are neighbors? Give the number nf husbands true to their wives? How mnny vhtuous wives? Is there any genuine love or friendship? Men tulk about Progress, Clvll.utlou, Kellglou, Justice. In our progress anything more than gross materialism, and the concentration of wealth and power? Is that civilization which robs the greater part of the human family nf their natural and God-given heritage in the Land, which institutes Private Ownership in that which God created, u and thereby deprives Luhorof the power to create for Itself hy the withholding of the gifts and the bounties of Nature? Is not religion, for the most part, cant, theology and hypocrisy? Do we not Hee many wolves in sheep's who go aliout seeking whom they may devout? And how much Is the world acquainted with justice? Does not tlie longest purse or the n heaviest bank account briug down the scales? And cunnluK wretches, full of hate, malice, corruption and cruel tyranny, triumph over virtue and honor! O, yes, the "social evil" is great, but who mitigates it? Husbands, who huve virtuous wives, do not (save a few rare exceptions,) any more than those who do not have such, nor no more thnn thne whose wives are given to Ditto, with regard to wives, although the virtue of woman is vastly higher than that nf man, if, Indeed, he lias any. Good husbands make good wives (sometimes) and rcc vcrsu Hut the great trouble l, tlie husband is not so tender mid considerate, so trustful ami I'oulliling Willi the wife us heshntild be, nud the want of tenderness aud brings on deception and alienation. If we had fewer had men, we would have more good women. We have read about Sultans, Khedives, mid oilier Mussulmen, huvlug as many us It.OOO wives and of some people in this country, who huve hut one wife upelce, although they are familiar with many women anil we have nev er been able to ascertain the need of so many females. Indeed, our -'old woman" Is, sometimes, "one too mnny" for us) Hut, then, some men huve their ussets in stocks mid bonds, wlille others "tuke slock" In women and things. Well everyone to his taste! O, wives love yoiK husbands, and husbands, love and cherish your wives, keeping yourselves unto them; for this Hdelity to theone wife and woman will make her and you happy. And you can glide down the vale of life, hand in hand, heart to heait, to rejoice, when ready to cross over the Dark River of Death, that you each loved the other the best of ull the world; that loved, lolled, sorrowed, rejoiced, each with und for the other; that you have lived and loved righteously unto righteousness, und to u Home Kternul with the Hlessed Redeemer, circumscribed only hy the Glorious Majesty of our God! Husbands, fathers, brothers driuk no more whisky (or tiny other distilled poison) that robs you of money, friends, aud sometimes of wives and children; that destroys mind, body aud soul, und leaves you forever doubly damned of God and mnu! He frugal, ludutrious, kind, loving and Just; faithful to wife, children and country, und diligent in the service of God! For duty, love, obedience, live forever; and men nor devils can destroy you never! If all of us would not Uy lo be more Just, we would soon have a better world ol mankind; would uot have to moralize in this strain; would not speak, or have to spenk, ol the frightfully low grade of morality hi tlie cities, nud of the Increase of crime in the country, everywhere; but would commend the Bmwth ofllie principles ol Justice mer 1 0y um hmnuuity. , ( luti aftw Hli we ure m)0 n lh, pl. . ,.,. .,. ,,lIni, ,,,.l wimnure Uirn I good, some hud, and some devils from 1 ,,,,, , ,, ,,, very nnnoy lug, sometimes, but ulwuys , ticking on! Well, we could never be iolillo. Poll- Hug diamonds. Jelllo wus too scared . will shoo horses all arotiud, with new lies Is u power of contipllon, a scram-and mystified to recognize the intruder,' shoes, iu the best style, for seventy- hie, a get up and yell for whisky, moil-more than that she was suro It wbV rlve'ceuls each. J. iey, buncombe, aud stale uutedoles Santa Clans come to make her a Christ-1 4S tf Hartford, spiked, now and then, with a little false Political Kcouomy but it has little nf the principles nf justice. Mil the Court House bell is tolling, and It seems to heHiiylng,"Dniio fur (or for;) and to be telling by Its sad refrain nf the law's verbiage, of coming, of money and mockery, of perjury, of the uncertain whims und caprices of Juries, Mid of Ihe oft flirtatious or that doubtful Dame, of uncertain aim, aud of varying and futile mind, Justice. Hut, Jim Polk 'lliompson Is our and he Is a good one (hut his wife Uiilietler one)-no oflVnse, Jimmle; so wu will hold our soul In peace. There are songs imstiug, poems unwritten, thoughts unspoken, heroes unknown und geniuses unrecognized which will ull besuug,wrltten,ssiken, known and recognized hi tlie List Great Day, and bo galheied up to gem the Crown of Kternul Lite! In durance vile, W. II. CUNDIKK A Valuable Medical Treatise. The edition for 1SS7 of the sterling Medical Annual, known us Hostetter's Almanac, is now ready, and may be obtuined, free ol cost, of druggists aud general country dealers in all parts of the United States, Mexico, aud Indeed hi every olvlll.eil portion of the Western Hemisphere. This Almanac has legulnrly tit the commencement ol every year for over of century. It combines, with the soundest practical evidence lor the preservation and restoration of health, a large amount ofiuterestiug and mmisiiigllght reading, und the calender, astronomical calculations, cluountogical Items, &c, are prepared with great care, aud will be fouud entirely accurate. The Issue of Hostetter's Almanac foi 1887 will probably be the largest edition of medical work ever published in any country. Tlie proprietors, Messrs. & Co., Pittstiurg, Pu., 011 receipt of a two cent stamp, will forward a copy by mall to uny person who procure one In his neighborhood. Dec. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M. Norrls, an old citizen of Rome, Ga . says, that he has been badly troubled with kidney complaint for a great many years und with eczema for 1 three years; ut times could scarcely walk, and had trkd many remedies without benefit, until lie began taking Klectric Hitters and nnnolnlliiK his hands mid feet with Hucklen's Arnica Salve. The treatment aflorded him great relief und ho strongly recommends Electric Hitters to all who suffer with kidney complaint, or need n blood purifier. Sold by Z Wayne Grltllu it Hro. Round Trip Tickets. Commencing No vein tier the N. N. & M. V. It. R. Co. will huve on sale ut Heaver Dam, round trip tickets, good until June 1st, 1887, to the following places, at rate unmed opposite: Austin 538.10 Galveston 33.00 Houston 30 90 San Antonio 41..r New Orleans lU.fl.r, Mobile 13.05 lliirkleu's Arnlen Suite. Tlie best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, soies, ulcers, suit rheum, fever 1 croup iu one night ; may suve you tettr, chapped huuds, chilblains dreds of dollars. Price 50 cents nud corns nud all skin eruptions, and j 51.00. Sample free. Sold by Z. Wayne tlvely cures plies, or no pay rtqulred. GrlHlu & Hro. guaranteed to give perfect 1 iT " 1 7, .,... ilnl. ..e mnnuv rpfiiiiileii. Price 2.5c. ....,... .. - Ikijc. is... o..la liv IU .. ...... min A Hrn.. .. per A- Ul OlllW .'J Hartford, Ky. IWtf Thousands of people sullsr with back- ache.uot knowing that lu most cases, it is tt symptom of diseased kidneys and liver, which plasters und lotions cannot heal. The best and sufest remedy is Dr. J. H. McLeuu'a Liver and Kidney Halm. per bottle. For sale hv J. W. Ford. 40 ,1m. Weuieglad those Knights of Labor, the Hees never strike for higher wages hut are always on hand to get In their work among the Howers. Asaconse - imeuce we huve plenty of honey, which Is largely used In manufacturing Cons- j nilit,t m,, destroy tho coutlng of the sens Honey of Tar, the best remedy iu'atomuch. Dr. J. H. Megan's Chills the world for coughs, colds and diseases of throat and lungs. Persons who lead a lire of exposure I are subject to rheumatism, neuralgia anil lumbago and will Hud a valuable remedv In Dr. J. H. McLean's IcOII Liniment; It will banish pain and subdue Inflammation. , For sale by J. W. Ford. 40 Mm It Is worse than folly to worry otu - selves with what wo cannot remedv, hut silly to endure what can lie cured , by n simple preparation. Tablet's j Huckeyc Pile Ointment is pronounced by all who have used ii, the liest remedy ever offered Ihe sufferer with piles. Do not sulfer needlessly bu. yourself of I he remedy and be cured. Only One of a Thousand. , About twenty-three years ago an Itching sote appeared nu my left leg, which , eventually covered almost theentire surface from tho kneeto the unkle.Tlie dis charge of bloody wuter wus continual, und I sulfered the most pain for many years. I could scarcely sleep at night, and ti gmiter porilou of the time I could not walk on crutches. Iu turn I used about the salves, ointments, sur - saparillus ami blood puilllers (hat I could hear of, und wus treated by a number of physicians without lug relief. A passing commercial eler advised me to try Swift's Specific, I finally did so. I have used 0110 and a i...ir.i...... u.itiUH ..ml mv III. Is sotiuil agulii mid there Is scarcely uny sign of my terrible und long protracted alllio - tlou left. I can wallt as wsllas ever without (he use of a cane even, and sK.'tul a day plowing. My iieighbirs nil know of my hHlictfou and will j hi me in bearing witness to the great cure wrought by H. 8. S I). It. Mdski.i'.v, NichoNon, Clu., June lo, 1 880. Treatise on Mood mid Skill Diseasts mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Gi. Cure for 1'llm. PiLKSurn frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the buck, loins und lower part of the abdomen, causing the nulient tosiipiKise hu has some u ot the kidneys or neighboring organs. At limes, symptoms of Indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration, producing a very disagree able Itching, ufter getting warm, Is a 'common attendant. Mind, bleeding ' unit itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Hosauko's Pile Remedy, whlcli acts directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the intense itching und effecting n permanent cure. Price We. Address The Dr. Hosauko Medicine Co., Piipia, O. Sold hy Z. WayueGriniu & Hro., Druggists, Hartford, Ky. Drunkenness, or l.liUor llalilt, inn In Cured by Administering Dr. Iliiliie.' (Iiildrii KperUlc. It can be given In a cup of coflee or leu without Hie knowledge of the person taking It, (ifectiug a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Is ti moderate drinker or all alcoholic wieck. Thousands of drunkards huve been made temperate men who have taken the Golden Specific In their coffee without their knowledge, and today believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for chcular and full particulars. Address iu full confidence Goi.dk.v Spkcikio Co., iari Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio. There It more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put logethei, nud until the last few-years was supposed to Im Incurable. For n great many years Doctors pro- I 1. n !.... I .It n .1 -It. """ 'l " ". " H'-"" ill liicui leiliriut'S, llllil uy I'ousinuiiv falling to cure with local treatment pro 11 oil need it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to he a constitutional disease, and therefore requires a constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney it Co., Tolelo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure now on the market It is taken Internally lu doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It act directly upon tlie blixMl aud inucussurfacesof thesys. tern. The idler $100 for any cae it fails to cure. Send for chcular and testimonials. Address, F. J. Chunky fc cjo., Toledo, O. SrirSold hy druggists, "ft cts. 48-1 m. runners nnd Mechanic, Suve money and doctor bills. Relieve your mothers, wives and sister by 11 timely purclmseof Dr. Hosauko's Cough nnd Lung Srup, tlie liest known remedy for coughs, colds, croup nud nfleclloiis. Relieve children of iij.".'M""'""' I.... "( tl.. " . mw "-" t or cannot bear bright light, und Hud your sight weak and I fulllnip vnn uhfitihl nninititlv Use Dr. J. H. McLeans Strengthening Kye Salve, ii cents a box For sale by J. W. Ford. 40 Urn. Reks Stoiiij.Miss. Every family ou;lit to keep 11 Ixittle of Collins Ague Cure constantly on bund. We Hud It a great benefit In eveiy lorm of sicklies". I have sold It " lW '' 'SL ". Vh" Stm ' j Far heller than the Imrsh treatment nt 1MIiiI1M whlnli hnrrlblv irrloo the um) j,.ever Cure( y mia yrt effective action will cuie. Sold atoOcentsn bot tle. For stile by J. W. Ford. 40.'l in To sufferers with colds or deep-seated coughs, the days are long nud dreary. Various remedies are grasped with me energy of despair, but not until they try Honey of Tar can they Iw 'sureofueoinplrto cure for a cough, cold 'or dleeusesnf ihroat und lungs. This preparation receives unstinted praise because It Is an effectual cough remedy, - ITbea IUlir km lick, we kto herCutorU, When tlie 111 Child, the cried for CwtorU, Vf tini iu brewnt Uitt, she clung to CattorU, Wh.u th hxl CkUdrta, ihe gave thtoi CattorU, .Mil. I he Paid For. Culls on candidates, notice of hush ness, peisnnal curd-1, notes of thanks, und nil personal mutters of uny kind whatever mut le paid for. Our friends must bear In mind that printers must be paid, llmt house lent must lie ' paid, that paper and Ink must lw paid for. For that reason we have no space to give uwuy. If """V.. . ,, Z. Wayne arlflln A- Hro. tho old nil- able Druggists of Hartford, have lakm me tmenuy mr umnn mivmr, ' which they recommend to their ws us llio most reliable meillclue for hllliotisuess, Headache or any liver , 404m. "'" """"'i'" One Lived, the Other Died A woman formerly our nlnve Is now our cook. About eighteen month neu Mm sickly nnu had n rnunh and was confined lo bed, nud It was tliouulit Urn: ulie had loiisumpllMii. The treatment by physicians fulled to Klvc relief. In December, isxt, a node or knot theslzn of it coose pub forinetl J nit nloo the pit of the stouiHth, which wnen laneeti uiscmirKeii mailer lor s or H months. One of these nlo formed under her arm, and three on her hack, wlilih en mailer lor 11 considerable tune. Mir six months nf the time, she wns confined to the houHP.uud most of the tlmo In bed. The atoinnch often refused food, by rejecting what she had eaten. She used a ureal deal of medicine, hut failed lo he cured. 1 bought one bottle of your II. II. II. (made In Atlnntii, (Jn.) and nave It to her, ami she commenced to- Improve. I then bought and Kiie her three bottles more, nnd sho continued lo Improve, and In two month's time her couch had ceised, her constitution strengthened, appetite und dlireatlon kkkI,uII ill wharves eeasid, nodes or knots disappeared, and she went to work nppiiiently healthy nml fattened npKrenlly. This woman had a married sinter of lieu r same use who wns infected In precisely the same way nud about llio khiiib time. Hhe had a node or Knot 011 pit of Moinacli, back, etc. Hhe did not take any II. U. 11. and the node on her stomach nte through to the cavity She continued on the decline mul wasted away, and dually died. Those were two terrible ones of IiIimkI Jiolson, one used II. II. II. and was promptly cured the oilier did nut use It und died, it Is most nsnurodly u most wonderful blood purifier. I refer to lncrchnnUof thlstown. Yours truly, W.T.HOIIINHON. Tlfdinbee, Ala., May 1, lbXO. A .Sheriff UcleiiHcd. For a'perlod of sixteen years I have becu nltlicted with catarrh or tlie head which bar-tied the Ife of nil medicines lined. Heel in; liK the advertisement of II. II. II., I purchased nud used six or seven tail tics, aud iied Irregularly hnvn received ureal relief, and recommend It as a good blood purifier. (Hlgncdl J. K.HOI.COUIIK.Jll., Hherlirof lluralson county, Chi. All who desire full Information about the cause nud cure of Hlood Poisons, Hcrofuln nnd Mciofulnux Swellings, Ulcers, Bores, Hheuui'ittsm, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc., e.in secure by mail, free, n copy of our Illustrated Honk of Wonders, filled Willi the most woudcrful Mid sUtrtlltiK prrssf ever before known. Address, UI.OOD H.UM CO., Atlanta, Oa. For sale by Z. Wayne Urlfflu A Hro., Hartford, Kv. "FORMATION "' f. .. . CERSONB yt tis nl lltlt um SEMI ' ivv tuffer from r He". -' '. 11 lleadackt. -v a u c 1 -. ; it ..... Xturaloi, k Mld1BI.lj. IIIII W liheumtitm. 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