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Tueday Moniiitg, - August 14, 1883 W. r WALTON. EBITOR That luxation fur tlio benefit of tlio Federal gOTcrninont Is much too heavy and ought to Ixj reduced, tho following frora'tlio New York Herald abundant ly prove : An analysis of tho national debt as prepared shows it amounts to $1,884,171,727,0(1 which thoannual in terest chsrgo is S51,-180,709. As the estimated population of tho country on July 1st was somewhat moro than C 1,000,000, tho debt per capita is 828.11, and tho interest charge only 95 cents. Thero is no other nation outsido of tho despotisms of tho cast that can show such a relatively light burden of debt. If every man, woman and child wcro to set asido each day the sum of nino cents, al tho end of onoycar a fund sufficient to dischargo tho whole debt would bo collected. But there is another side of this ques tion. Sinco 18CG, when tho debt had reached its highest point, 2,773,230, 173.C0, moro than $889,000,000 of tho principal of tho debt has been redeem- cd, and interest charges amounting in all to 81,805,130,130.75 havo been paid, in addition to all tho current ex penses of tho government, which havo !ecn by no means small, and nf late years have embodied much wasto and extravagance. Havo not the present generation paid their sharo of tho debt, and is it wiso to continuo high war taxes in a timo of peaco? As it is now, tho only way to dispose of the surplus revenue is to apply it to re ducing tho debt, unless Congreoa throws it. away on jobs. Why not abolish the surplus revenue? Wm. Henry Ostbander, who mur dered hi brother at Utics, New York, wsj bne of tho few gentlemen who go hence by tho hempen line that failed to claim that ho coul d read his title clear to mansions Ih the sky. On the contrary, he steadily refused to accept tho ministrations of the preachers, saying, "I gucis I'll worry along aj I am." Observing the vast crowd irom bit window, which had assembled to pay him the last tribute of respect, ho yelled out to them: "I'm going to lx hung at 10 o'clock and tho gallows is ready in the yard. I'll walk out by and tell them to cut tho rope. I'll go plump to It 1 in n minuto, and in a wheelbarrow, too, and tho man who cuts tho ropo will bo in h 1 to meet mo." And yet tho poor fellow had about as much show for tho promised land as any of tho rascals who dio sac religiously claiming that thoyaro going straight homo to Jesus. Thero is en tirely too much of tho latter busincsn in hangings. If a murderer can gel to heaven so easily, tlio bnlanco of us ought to oven without a profession. ArrF.n a thorough reviow of the field, Postmaster General Greafeam remarks that "Southern refublicaas are damned rascal," and we are not here to deny or combat the assertion. On the contrary we would not be sur prised if tho General docs not know what ho is talking about pretty well. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. -(Jiieen Victoria get 893,332 annu al I. Done says It cost the republican $100,000 to carry Indiana in 1880. The town of Vinf arJ Haren, Mis , wa nearly destroyed by fire Sunday morn lng. Los $250,000. The mortgage on the Washington lit publican, the adminldratlon organ, for $37, 000 has been foreclosed. The entire 8altatlon Army waa arrest- Aa A faithful chronicler of passing events, it becomes our sad and melan choly duty to break to our readers as gently as possiblo a bit of intelligence that will cast a gloom over tho entire community, and if it has tears to shed will shed them now. Have the In diansscalped our beloved president as I havo ho roamed tho vast wilderness of the West? No. Has Freddie Gebhardt blown out his alleged brains because tho Lily is no more? Again no. Neither has Blackburn broken his arm while turning tho crank of the pardon mill. Something worse than any or all of these has occurred: Oacar Wilde, the rcsthetic daraphool, landed on bis return to this country, Satur day. He couldn't stay away. No place under the suu is so green a pas ture for him and no where else would people tolerate his foolishness, much less pay to sco him act it. Tut: worst part ot the telegraph strike, says an exchango, is that am bitious men, anxious for further strengthening tho arm of Federal power, may mako use of this troublo to urge tho building of a government line, or find eomo way to get control nf tho telegraphic interest ot tho coun try, ostensible as a protection to tho peoplo from tho exactions of monop oly, but really to use it for political purposes. With such a scheme- as this, scnsiblo peoplo should havo noth ing to do. The control of tho com mercial and privato business nf the country is tho legitimate province and right of tho peoplo, and no man who values his privileges as a citizen should countenanco any such extensions of the govcring function. Tho govern ment has plenty to do within the legitimate sphere of its operations, and thero is neither necessity nor wisdom in allowing ambitious men to contem plate now fields of conquest. Official returns from 55 counties There will bo fewer republicans in the next Legislature than last Bession. The Home will stand : democrats 8G; republicans 11. Senato, democrats 33; republicans 5. One of tho impor tant duties of tho Inxly will bo the election of a U. S. Senator to succeed Gen. Williams who, wo understand, claims that ho has a majority of tho mora bora-elect pledged to him. Tho other candidates aro Jno. G. Carlisle, James A. McKenzio and J. C. S. Blackburn, besides many others too numerous to mention. PiiEsiDENT Arthur is getting along swimmingly with tho Indians. At Fort Washakie, 500 Shoshone and Arapabo warriors visited him and ho made them a speech which two of the chiefs responded to. A handsome iro ny was presented to him for his daugh ter by Sharp Nose and other members of tho presidential party received gifts. A war dance for the president's espec ial delectation was given aud afforded much amusement. Bi.ACKHUJW and his little lick-spittle, Nuckols, are preparing to have a big blow-out at tho inauguration of Proctor Knott, but if tho governor elect is the manner of man we tako him to bo, he will like Govs. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, and Cleveland, of New York, discourage all such useless expenso as tho pay of tho State Guard for several daya will incur. In anguish of spirit, tho Klizibeth t)wn News exclaims, "When will tho pardon mill cease to grind?" At 12 m,, September 5th, whou a statesman will relievo tho poor, sickly seulameu talUt, who for four yean has douo all In his power to disgraco his positiou and bring tho lawa of our State into disrepute. Gov. Blackburn must go. Praise tho Lord for Itl It h said that under Blackburn's rule, tho assistant secretary of Stato recieved from 810,000 to 820,000 year ly for tho four years bo has served a long suSeriugcoun try. Pardoning pays at 82 a clip aud if he haa not already divided with old Luke, who gets only 85,000 a year, bo ought to do so by all means. Tin: Fraukfort Yeoman says that Blackburn discharges his duty "aa God gives him to seo it." A very poor diagnosis of tho ctuo. His eatan- been reported and they show, Knott, 77,721; Morrow, 49,845. In theso same counties, in 1879, Black burn received 75,090, and Evans 47,- C8S. Seventeen other counties havo been unofficially heard from, which run Knott a majority to 30,441, a net democratic gain over 1879 of 1,786. Tho remaining forty-five counties gave in that year 15,202; so even if there is no gain, Knott's majority will be 45,000 at least. Whero tho devil is Bill Bradley? It would have been better for brother-in-law Morrow had ho gono to Colorado months ago and never havo discovered tho maro's nest ho did at Frankfort. Jefferson Davis has written a long article in reply to an essay by Jeremiah Black anent the insido his tory of the secession. Ex-President Davis takes issue with Judgo Black from first to last, and aims to provo that had tho Federal administration taken a conciliatory plan of action at tho initiative ho dreadful war could nave ueen averted, in several pas sages of his articlo, Mr. Davis is se vere upon Judge Black, so specifically sovero that the latter gentleman will no doubt mako rejoinder. Both men being intellectually poweriul, their essays furnish fine and interesting reading. Tun Naw York Sun calls attention to tho fact that tho negro voters hold the balanco of power in the States of Now York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, In- diania and Connecticut. That is to say there has not been an election car ried by the republican party in any of theso five States during the past thrco years which would not have been lost had the negro voters voted tho demo cratio ticket. Si'EAkinu of the Dorsey means of promoting an election the New York Sun says: For this sort of politics we have no feeling but scorn and hatred. Wo would rather bo beaten forever than use such means. Turn out ras cals I Clear out tho den of thieve I Tlio republican party must go 1 Wr were iu error whon we said that Col. E. Polk Johnson is a candi. date for Assistant Clerk of tho Lower House of tho Legislature. It is for tho Chief Clerkship that ho asks this time. But it is all the same. He shall havo that and any thing else he wants. From all that wo cau learn, and that is a good deal, tho Louisvillo papers are doing some tall lying about the Great Southern Exposition. It may be a big thiug after awhile but at present tho oxhibitiou is ontirely on paper. Governor Knott's majority will reach 45,000, a gaiu of 2,000 or 3,000 over Blackburn's. Who says Billy Bradloy was not iu the employ of tho democrats, us wo kinder iutimated at tho start. National Banks aro showing signs io majesty is the governing spirit and of weakness at Boston, Indianapolis ke aloue "gives him to tee it." and other points and a pauio is feared, placed in tho station-house. The New York Herald Um a atory of the discover of Noah' Ark in ono of the fastnesses ot Mount Ararat. A convention of Ohio liquor dealer waa held at Toledo, when Hie republicans of that citato were eevtrely arraigned A young man named Ollrer waa ahot and killed at G rider's ferry, on the Cum berland river, by some unknown peraon. Mr. K. R. Hayes, lload Commisaioner at Fremont, O., Is occasionally mentioned as a candidate for the United Stales Senate. Knott's vote in Louls?llle la 7,438; Morrow's 4,339, total vote for governor only 11,200, out of a possible rote of 33.000. , The President and every member of hla cabinet are off junketing-, but things at Washington seem to get on "without them pretty well. A teriffie hail storm which covered the ground to a depth of fife feet, fell near Dei Morris, Ta , a few daya ago, so the telegraph aaya. A poatofllce has been established at Cummins, Whitley county, Ky , and the poatofCce at Sug, Tike county, Ky., haa been discontinued. LiwreDce Landingham, a fireman, put hia head out of the cab window at Emi nence and waa struck by a passing train and fatally injured. Members of Congress are charged with Misting to lobby through the Texas Pa cific Kailway charter, for which they were to receive $1,000,000. Ihomaa Dean, or .Mercer county, pn In the penitentiary in 18S0 for a twelve years term for murder, has been pardoned out by the Governor. J. W. Schae. of Louisville, a brake- man on the L. & N. road, fell from his train near Bowling Green and waa crushed to death by the wheels. The steamship City of Rome arrived at New York from Queenatown Friday, six days, twenty hours and thirty minutes out, the fastest time on record. The Telegraphers atrike still continues but some newspapers claim tbat its back bone haa been broken without accomplish ing any good to the workers. Before Oorernor Blackburn, of Ken tucky, goes out of the pardoning busineu we hope he will pardon us for saying that he haa overdone it. Cincinnati Paper. At a reunion of Confederate eoldiera at Raltlgh, K. C , Friday, 7,000 were present, including Governor Jarvis. An address waa delivered by Senator Ransom. A negro porter on a Cincinnati South era train waa ehot and Instantly killed at Sadieville Friday by a worthless character whose name ia unknown. The marshal is after him. Two masked highwaymen attacked the Wells Fargo Kxpreea between Ashfork and l'rescott, Ark., killed John Collins, the ex press agent and both the stage horses, and secured $3,200. A wonderful cave, of unknown pro portions, containing a lake and water fall one hundred and fifty feet high, haa been discovered at the base of Lookout Moun tain, below Chattanooga. Three hundred aud sixty Mormon missionaries have been sent out from Bait Lake City thus far this present year. One hundred of this number have been assign ed to the Southern States. A great many Western Union Tele graph wires are being cut and the Com pany lays it upon the striking operators, but they claim that it is done by the Com pany to create a public feeling against them. The last Congress passed a law re quiring the publication of the Government pensioners. It will cost $57,000 but will probably result in the detection of several thousand who are receiving twnsiona fraud ulently. At Monroe, Ga., Mr. James A. Ray has entered auit agulnat the Western Union for failure to deliver a message apprising him of the dangerous illness of hia wife. By the delay he did not get to her until after her death. Local option waa again carried in Richmond but the whisky men claim that 47 illegal votes were polled by men whose sole claim to vole, lay in the fact that they owned Iota In the cemetery, which ia inside of the town limits. A correspondent, writing from Mobile, aaya there ia not the slightest chance of the republicans carrying any southern states at the next Preatdenlial election. He thinks, however, that the parly haa gained some ground In the south, and ought to fight for more. Judge Richard Reld, of Mt. Sterling, and a member of the Superior Court, has announced himself a candidate for Judge of the Court nf Appeals to succeed JuJge Hargts. It la said that Judge Beckner, of the Winchester Democrat, Is also a candi date. Alf Doyall, a near rdative of ex Gov ernor Smith and ex-Governor Boynton, of Georgia, has been sentenced to hang at Griffin on the 17th of September, It la a pity lor him that either is not governor now. He might ataud some show of a pardon. O'Brien's circus, on the K. O. exten sion between Richmond and Paris, ran into a freight train near Rennick Station Sunday morning, ainaahlng both engine tadly, but injuring no one. The circus train was carried back to Pari and didn't get to Kichtnond In lime for the afternoon performance. The Kimball ltoue block at Atlanta, bftriml Siimtay, with a fetal loss of $1, 000,600. The ho4l coat 000,000, and the furniture $136,00; litraraace only $30,000. The fire Is reported to have been incendia ry. The Gat City Bank building was wiped out by the flames, and the vaults contain $-500,000, which may prove a total loss. William i'ouog. l'reatdent or the Commercial National Bank, of Reading, Pa, waa swindled out of $15,000 by a e.ang of confidence operators, one of whom rep resented himself as a son of another bank President at Reading by the name of Kck ert. A Bank president who I aa green as that ought to l fenced in to keep the cat tle from eating him, A terrific rain, wind and thunderstorm struck Parl, Friday, and did great dam ago to the crop. O'Brien's circus ex hibiting In the suburb of the town, and the tenia were struck by the storm during the afternoon performance, when the can vas tottered anil fell. One of the large supporting poles fell on Mrs. Dr. Hurst, nf Mlllershiirg, breaking one of her legs. In the panic a numlier were thrown down and severely bruised, but the above ia the only serious accident. The circus prop erty was greatly damaged. At Lexington a fire from some un known cause broke out Friday In John B. Sbockency'a stable of trotting hones, the property of James Shackleford, of Rich mond, Ky., and deatroyed the atable entire ly, with lit contents of provender, harness and seven fine trotting horses, principally the get of the famous deceased stallion, Geo. Wilkes. The horses were valued al from $2,000 to $3,000 each. The loss will be from $18,000 to $20,000; uninsured. The stable waa valued at $500. The prop erty of the Fair Association la fully Insured. L1HC AST IK AnHRTMKam. B. F. WALTBH, HU110230N BBNTIHT, LANCASTER, XT. OSes ever Cltltent National tank. Offlee hoars from S Is It A. M. and from IMlr. M. BAM M. BUHDETT, AnrroiirviaY At t..a,w, LANCASTER, KY Will prerlle In Uarrard n.l adjoining eonntles and Uourl of Appeals. ((-IyrJ It. O. KAUFFMAN, , AlTOalNJaV At liAW, I.ANCAHTFII, KY Muter OimmlMloner (larrtrd C Irtull (Vurt. Will prselle In all Ih Courts or ( Urrtr.l anl sl)olnlD eounlle sod In th Court of Appeal- Xjiandreth's Ctoideji mm "asp 8 ftom 20 LAND. STOCK AND CROP. For Hale 330 ewes. 31 miles Hustonvllleat Slagg & Rohon's Chas. Butler, of Bourbou, sold mule to W. W. Qsy at $175 per head. I have 120,000 first clan shingle for sale. B. Q. Pennington, Stanford, Ky. B. M. Burdett, Ej , haa bought over 5,000 bushels ofwbeat in Garrard at $1. John M. Hall sold to J. D. Pritchelt, of Garrard, 31 wethers, 108 lbs., at 3 cts. A Warren county farmer, say the Ga zelle, raised an average of 33 bushels of wheat on G7 acre. The 2 o'clock expresM killed two cows for Dr. Pellii and a calf for Wm. F. Ken nedy Friday morning at Crab Orchard. J. E. Clay bought a yearling merino buck In Texas, which sheared 1G pound of wool. It cost $75 and freight. Bourbon News. A pair of 15 hand mules at $31250, another at $340 and a large 3-year old for $225 are some of the many mule sale re ported In the Bowling Green Gazette Twelve jackasses, Imported for breed ing purporses in Kentucky, arrived at New York from Marseilles, France, last week. They are a choice lot, the least valuable being, worth $180. Morgan A Cliinn's Leonatua haa gone lame at Monmouth Park, and it seems tbat his retirement will be permanent. He was the most promising three-year old of the year and hia owner had refused $10,000 for him, so It is aald. John II. Bell sold to Rus Wilson 39 fat ewes, averaging 1 13 pounds, at 3 cent per pound, and to George Pugh 25 late Iambi at $3 per head. Mr. Bell bought of Robert II. Nutter 30 hogs, averaging 190 pounds, at 5 cents. Georgetown Times. The Agricultural Bureau crop report for July fixes the area of corn planted at 03,30 1.CS5 acre. The average condition of the crop ia put at 83 against 82 last July, 00 in 1831, and 100 in 1S80. The Increase of acreage over last year ia !!, 500,000. PULASKI COUNffr Somerset. (From lb Iieportcr.) The washer-women are on a atrike. Another boy at O. II. Waddle'. It la only the seventh. Henry Artman haa sold hia brick store-house to McBeath & NorfJeet for $4,000. Lee Holler and two sons were tried Saturday for killing Flynn and were dis charged. Farmer are alarmed at the prospect of the corn crop. The tobacco crop will be very light. -There are about Cfly licensed saloons In this county, and Wayne is said to be well supplied with the spirit. A man was murdered near Monlicello, Thursday evening for two hundred dol lars. Both parttea were strangers. Further particulars not learned. Dried apple are selling at four cent per pound. Year before last 1,300,000 lbs. were shipped from the county bringing a revenue of $C0,00O. The crop this year ia very fine. The Pulaski County Teachers' Insti tute will be held Iu the chapel of the Ma sonic building, commencing Monday, Au gust the 20lh, and continuing five days. Prof. A.W. Mell, of Glasgow, will be present and conduct the exercise. mm In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FURNITURE III I.HIUHHtcritt tlio "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," H. C.HHIHHT. I'.J. CUHRAN. BRIGHT & CURRAN, - WheloMnlo hh1 Retail Drnlcra Ih GROCERIES AND HARDWARE tlUKsKlVNWAlKl, &V. J Wo run two houaoa, carry tho Largoat Btook In town; pay cash for our Roods, whloh onablon us to soil you nlonor than any ono. All wo ask i3 a trial. DRIOIIT & OUItRAN. LANCASTER, KY. GEO. 1). BUHDETT & CO., Propriety t. in:, t. 12. sraiTir, Ilomo&opnUilc 1'liislclan, DANVILT.K, - - KENTUCKY. AT AND BELOW ur COST ! - We will sell you anything in Sum mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Don't Fasget Vbese, PsteeiBjS Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12. 14. 17.50 j - - - 1, 1.50, 2, 1.50 2, 75, 1, Shoes,now 75c, was $1, Slippers, 50c, was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2.75 1.25 2 lleililsote, I'leuieDi Haute; olEra off. Crnlrsl NL lUnk. rlretl.l slteutlon taillMurof voiueu and children wr tlis put eighteen irsra. (ICJ-Iui JOS. nkvjkicanci:, Lstsof Cbenault, &Trrtnr A Co., SLolorJ, Ky., with J. M. ROBINSON &. CO.. Importers anj Jobbers of Pry flooji. Notion., ie., 637, MV, 611 Main turret, Oor. rllatb, LOUIHVIL.L.IC KV. TO THE PUBLIC W "111 now psy special attention to WOUHTOJI CmiNIHXVCJ.- Ws promise to gits utlifulloo, and wben Julrnl will git l'ateut Flour for Wheat. Can rati slttitr boiled or unbolted unt. llft-t MeALINTKK A NAM.CE. Knightly. Children's Shoes and Slippers ac cordingly. BRUCE, WARREN t CO. I will stand tlilt Una jouog bull at nur Stanford, at Very Low Rates. DuniNO the continuance of the South ern Kzpoalllon, at Loulavllle, Ky., (com mencing August lat. and continuing 100 daya), the LouIatllleA Nashrille Kail road will sell Excursion Tickets from any of ita station to Louisville at ono fare for the round trlu. Theso rickets will be on sale ererr day. from LAN. stations and . -.l-a will be good louajs, allowing ample time to Tisit the ureatesi reposition ever held In the South, and second only to th Cen tennial at Philadelphia. my I'laee, $2.50 to iHHiirc n Cult"! Mooerdu llco It parted wllli k'nlchlle Itbr It. U. A K V. Wood.' Cku. Ktitcl.Ur 170 4t JIMS 31. StelttHlKIl t.S, Jr. Ilourbou County Agricultiir.il Society TlietGlU Annual Fair of tho liourhuu C'oudIt Agiltulluril M-wlrtr w III bo beld at I'arlt, Kr.. IKlanlngHcpteiuber 4tliand rontlnuliigfitnilart. 17.0(H) I. I-reMlsMt. New Blind I N.wXIaUrtt Une or lbs brtt nilMuUnTracka In tbo Htatrt Iu addition Iu tbe regular thus rlugi far duck, Ibere will bo two Irott neb daj. Location ol ground, all tbat could I drlrrd-aralbl Irom all polnlt bjr rail. Kloral Hall wlili Iu utualatUae llout. Tbe KtnluckT t'entril llallruad and braorli- es will run tptclal trains at. eieurtlon ralea.i Kn wauce io punracM Augim am. t-or arncu Ian, addrcn tboHoerflarr. J, W. miUUBON, t'retldent. W. A. PAUKKK, Hecrctarr. ICJ-t Articles of Incorporation or Tiia- JHeKINNKV OKMCTKItY CO. 1. P. H. Jones. (1. H. McKlnner and K, U Tan ner hats aaaurlaied tbemaeltes togelber at an In corporatod compaujr lur tbo purpoM of bujlng, inauaglog and coulrollng a cemetery Iu be located about ono and one-haftf tulles fruui McKlouey on lbs MlddLburg turnpike. t. Tbs geueral nalurs of tho lucororallon tball bs lb purcbaaa and Iniproreiuent of grouudafor cemetery purpows and tbe aals of burial Iota there in. 3. Tbe amount of rapllalitock It to b not leu than tbroo bundrnl dollars (1300), to bt paid Iu wueu.TerrniuCTicu vj mo uirociors. 4. Tbo Incorporation tball comments on the 2d IxrofJuIr lmi'i. 6. The atf.l rt of the Incoriioratlon a rs to bo eon- ducted by tbreo director!, tbe Drtt election of wiiomanaiibsbtld lueundty orjulylsal and thereafter the director) art to bo elected on tbo Unt Monday In July in erery fifth year, lbs elec tions to b wads by lbs abars-holdert of tbo ttock company. C. Tbo Incorporation It not to Incur an In dibtedoeator liability beyond tbreo hundred dol lar. 7. Tbs capital ttock tball b divided Into shares ofru. a. filiate properly It loba oieuipt from corpo rate debts. it, H. JltXKS, eJ.H.M'ltl.WKV, lM K. .. TAXNKtt. Sale of Fine Lands Buctlen's Arnica Salre. Tbs ireaUtt medical wonder of lb world. War- ranted to tpeedlly curt Uurnt, Hruleca, Cuts, UU cars, Salt Ubeuu, I'eier Mores, Cancers, riles, Cbllblalut.Uorui, Tetter, Cbapd Handa and all akin erupllont, guaranteed to cur In stery Iu alanee, or money refunded, A pultire cur lor l'ile. 2Sc r boi. For aals by 1'tuny A ilcAI. liter. Witlt-Awakt Druggists. Mmri. I'enny A McAlliUr are slwsjrs albs to their Lul dim, and spar uo paint to teturs th ueilofSTcrjr urllcle Iu their tins. Tbsy bars to cured lbs sgency for lb teUbralod Vr, King's Mow VlKurery for Contumplion. Th ouly tor. talu cur for Coniuuptloo, Cought, Coldt, Uoarts- bcu, Atlbus, Hi Fsrer, Uroucbllli, or any tflec lion of tbo Throat and Luut. Sold oo a potlllr guar antes. Trial Uoltlta Ires. Itegulsr tlas, II. roouit, good barn, granary, rarrlags-boui aod otber Decenary bulldlngt alio a good orchard. At Admlolatratort with will annsiod of Jackaon niient, dreeatid, ws will on h'UlltA 1. SKIT. H 1HHU, at bli late re.Uei.ee In Uu colu CO., Ky. tell bia sutlrs eilate, real aud r tonal, couilitlugof two tracta of land. Ono of OB AtHtKH noar (llitui Church aJJololu tbs land of Altwrt r)mlth,lh Logan brother!, Ueorga Logleuiin aud Win. McAfee; Mid l:nd it rich, Um wtU.lt well feucod. well watered aud In a bUu uaiooi cuuiTsuou. Tbo othtr, th homo tract, containing II 10 (.'MjVM.alluiUonbolh aides of tho Uuculn sod Uoylo T. i". iuwu.o billet iroui nauvill aud and 2 miles from bbelby and Junction C'lllet, bit on Itagood tubitaullif frania dwelling ot aaren ki uarn, grauai tarr bulldlnai Tbla tract It all tuMeptiblsofcultWatlou aud It tntly adapted to lb raiting of corn, wheat Ae., and It alto a grating larin, bat on 111 li.Trr.fill- lugtprlogt, It well fenced aud wllluiaksa detlra bis home for peraoai seeking one. PERSONALTY. Tbs personally roualiti of 6 cowl, 1 joke oien, I bull, 2 yearling belUrt, 1 buggy bone, 2 brood wares, M bead ol yiarllng uiuln, 4 large work mules, 41 brad of bogt snd sboul IO ihoahvjaleo I buggy, aereral shares Iu lbs V. Ji II, T. I'. Itoad , firming ulentllt, 1 2-hura wagon, 1 ox tart, 1 wheat drill, I Oborne reaper, 2 harrows Ae. 40 seres of com la almk, Terms liberal and will U mads known on diy ol lilt aiiouaK airi:xn, J.H.ailK.N, 1T1-U Amlnlilrslort, :p:r,e:p:r,e i BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR FALL SEEDING! And be sure yon examine, before pur chasing, our line of Seeding- Im plements, as follows: The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, The Star One-horse Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and Broad cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. x This line of Implements cannot be ex celled. Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wagons, Web ster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. CEO. D. WEAREN.