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nort may do mntic.not nt
wii,xtor if thore be merit iu any man,
his reward is sure; but this anxiety is
born of the coiiciotisncM thut my
feeble ability will prove n bar to tlie
success which us an humble worker I
could hope to achieve.
Be this as at may, the solo object
of ruj labor shall bo to make the
mi nbvocute for thutli mi
all questions aud the friend of the
people without regard to section or
Its political code will bo truly
nud tlic members ol the
party are called iimn to lend their
assitance in niniiituiniugii party nryiiii
through which to make themselves
felt iu the coming conflict for
and honest money.
Profoundly grateful for the Aiipporf
-of tbV'ieople iu past cirorts and
injf to merit, to some extent, the
same' in tlds.l .tin Truly Yours,
Jo. II. Jodi:i!M.
Tin: State of Ohio spent nearly
SI 1,000,000 for public education in
Tim taxable property of tho N. N.
& M. V. Hailroud iu this county is
Tin: skeleton of and Indian giant
eight feet high has been found in
A bill has beeu presented to the
U. S. Senate providing for o permanent
A MuLHATTAtf story comes from
Mexico to the effect that in the Southwestern
part of that country of
rp; a city of four thousand inhabitants
has just been discovered.
A I'KOMINent Democrat, of Hartford,
the other day, tittered a sentiment
that is.too true, when he said,
that tho Republicans do not support
their county organ as they should
and can do. We hope this acusation
may not long be true.
Kecent troubles in India have added
fresh fuel to the flame of British
and Russian hatred, and war may
result. These two giants will sooner
or lct::r cross s won Is and when they
do the whole fabric of Europenn institutions
will bt iu commotion.
At a meeting of stockmen at Lex
ington recently u plan was originated
by which it is hoped that u Kentucky
live stock exhibit will be sent lo the
World's Fair iu 'U3. The Generally
Assembly will be asked to make a
liberal appropriation for this worthy
The good people of Hartford
would consider it no more than what
is due them if Gov. Brown would
come down and catch his ''Cricket,"
which he so gallantly turned loose
upon us and take her to some place
whence her chirp could be heard no
THE PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK.
It is decided by those who claim to
know, that Mr. Blaine will not bail
candidate for the Presidency next
year and in that event Mr. llurriioti
will undoubtedly be the Republican
nominee. There is in the Democracy
the scarcity of probable, not to
say available, candidates, only Mr.
eveUud being at all seriously men-
troWM for that puce, and his oast
termiceoii the silver question have
rendered him exceedingly odious to
ii very powerful element of his
But unless thu next six mouths bring
none political development
the race will again be between the
leaders in tho great content of 1888.
With Mr. Harrison, Protection U
American labor and honest money
on the one side, and Mr. Cleveland,
with Free Trade nnd u depreciated
currency on the other, the icntilt is
The Third Party movement is on
the wane and thu hope that the Dem
ocrats had onlv a few mouths iiuo of
throwing tlie election into the House
by having the W'heeleis carry u few
eleiu Mates is now completely
Hilled So that tlieeoiiie.it will have,
us for thirty years past, only two
great eouihaluiits the Republican
uinl Democratic parties. And tho
between them will be vital nnd
clearly defined. The Democrats umy
in thoir platform attempt to slruddletho
silver question in order to avoid tho
dilemma into which they have heretofore
fallen, viz.: having their platform
and tho record of their leudcr.
iu oppositiou to each other, but tho
people have coiuo to understand there
subterfuges, and, -Id' know that the
Democratic party will straddle nuy
public question, if in tiitbpinioii of
Its leaders, such n course will be con
ducive to present success. Its half.
Fentury record of policy first nud!
rpriuciple afterward, if at all, cau nut
i eradicated from the minds
pie for they have conic tokuo
i party lias proved itfclf ji
on too many occutioi
rcople are acquaint-
lings tiiul that they are
ic questions more tlmn
in tho whole liitory of ibo ,
it is but lair to conclude '
jsent indications that Mr.
will bo chosen to succeed
Tho Epooh on tho Navy.
The following sensible and patri
otic obsomitions nro from the Epoch,
the organ of tho yatinjr Now York,
"Swallow-tail" Democracy: "Of nil
tho war expenditures of tho world,
tlmt which is being d voted to tho
building of a now navy for tho
United States makes most obviously
for peace. Our weakness in the
matter of tdiips of war has furnished
u standing temptation to small pow
ers to push our dilferenees with
tbein to the verge of an open quarrel,
and has greatly wcakono I tie:
influence which this coiintrv oiiL'lit
to hao iu inter-national councils.
It would be criminal to
trust the safety of our enormous
to the reserved Ktroui'tli which.
would ultimately tlofmU any attempt-at
urmed ocuupatiou of our territory.'
The modern implements of naval defense
can not bo improvised. The
require years of preparation, as must
be evident from tho still very imper
fect state of readiness in which even
or eight years of naval construction
finds us. There eon be no duty
more binding on Congress than to
curry that work forwuid with all
sihlo?pced. There is and should be
no politics in tins, for the achievements
of a Democratic
in building ships hac nut bueu
less notable than those of its Republican
successor. And whoever may
succeed Secretary Trroy at the head
of the Navy Department, it is certain
thut ho will not tiring to the
work more energy, ability and resolute
adherence to business methods
than tho present bolder of the navy
Imports of Wool into tho J
United States. !
The imports of wool into the United
States for the nine months ending
September 30, were of clothing 31,-232,050
pounds, valued at
against 10,537,080 pounds, valued
at 83,888, 320 for the same per
:,i I..., .. i.. .i....i.i .1 . .
,.,....., .....!. !-
ity, And the average price this vear '
is 21.15, as ngainst 23.01 last year, or
2.3U cents n pound decline. The
wool imported is identically the same
aud if any difference it isofn finer
quality, yet it has come iu at nearly ,
2j cents n pound cheaper uiulora
higher tariff, notwithstanding the prediction
of nunc writers tlmt the higher
duties woold stop importations, but
facts are one tiling and theory is another.
We believe iu fuels, however,
all the time.
The" imports of combining wool
during the above peiiod were 4,070,-812
pounds, valued ut 81,007,400, as
against 0,002,000 pound.-, valued at
$l,200,.'ol for the Mime peiiod in
1800. The decrease is attributed to
the fact thut we are raising more
domestic wool of the combining sort
cvey year. Of carpet wool (of which
we rui'ii very little for a well known
cur.se, simply because it is not profi
table) we have imported 09,919,010
...... ...1., ....1 1 ... or 1100 -rot .....:.... 1
nno qui i t 1 ,, 101
55,098,881 pound, va tied nt 80,484,-, I
OO 1 for the corresponding nnod ' hist I 1
vear, l'liu avonig cost this vear is ,
1 1. ho rutin iv iioiiiin, .., i , t t , u -,,
, ., . ,', " . 1 Inn idol has been shattered! Clove-
11, cent.s in I ."SIM, ir an in- ... .. , ... 1.1
, land no lunger occupies the pedestal
creaso of .2-1-11) p.irtol imo euul a ...1 , . ,.., ,.
' t ll.e Iih
. ot ut the DeinoeiiLic pait .
1 Ins the aud burd.,.
pound. is s.i.i,
rU llLV0,it1)ll ff CovcIaill w ,,..
of the dut.es which tli.jru
now over cciks, 1).
(IIIOllft,10 mmfl iXM
was so much ohunor; an increase of vi(.i(H
)05t a, ,,, cvcr t()1)1.
28,313,01)0 pounds in two cl.Mdj "f ,,lco in the of
wool, ut a decreased cost of 2 l-l 1th) ,jveSi ,lllt excepting the great fi.dils
cents a pound. This is a most re- in whicli llieoppm,. its weie
result, and necouiiH iu a
a, nMi iu,
measure for tho low prices of jiiu ( etm. pe,ennlly or by conliilentiul
domestic floeeus, which are pioxy, by Cleveluu.l, who was rep rely
lower iu value than at aiyy foimer scnted by a of 1'illowei
in a tiiiio ol'ieaco. "'ingiwu of Ins Cabinet Vilas ami
"" J 1 Dickcrson; by Hill, who was special y
Suporiato l'.lGUt'd Visits. j represented by tlieT.iniiiuny crowd
Monday, Nov. 1(1. j wl.icli shouted curly mid late for
District No. 52; L. M. Snnderfur, ( rjn,p, nud by Gorman, perwiu illy who
teacher This ia ietyA little school, j J)Ue( t1L. Uei rmi ,hl, H ,.,,
All the pupils seem to bo greatly in- tl0 U made by certain
terestediu their woik. Several ,tK. l)lJIIIomfri , ,M). ,,at the
itois were picstnt but thu records of Spcakeiship cutest had aiiv
11011 1111 ..1 :....;
the visits to tins, ami tlie three
tnlluMiug ,cl.u.i!8 l.uvc been UtM)
111111 .iiii uu fjiven.
'I'I.Sj ,, ..!.. . ...... .... .1,.. .1..1 1
u.cw ukt...i.iiiq ..iu .iui.m ...
tbix imiiiv. 1 bopu teaclieis
will inc. for no neglect wus
nmbcl with new ilekB. .
'o. 100; C. M. Crowe, teacher;
Jlisj BertluiCrccr.iwst. ijuvcrtil J
tow present. This U one id the best
scIhioIh in thu county, not only in vide It N kiuifiiMiit thut it
but iilso in earnest succeadi'iil cd 11 couibiiiiitiou of tho field to bent
work. Tho people nro harmonious I Clevclund, nml it ineuiiu tlmt there is
iu their support of thu und it
I !. .1 4 ...- .!... . I. I
19 inuii ihil Biniiigu nun. und j
imtiilii ulrit'.. ...... ko linril in tlin ...inil i
,...,..... a j
finite. limine elegantly sinteil. 1
11 11 null lor j
No. 5:j; Mis Alico Udwiiwii,
er. Sevcrul hero ulBi. Thw
it MisaAlico'dlimtgchiml mid alio bus
reason to be proud of her uccca. It j
bo dillicult tn llud mro iu.
hool than (ho 0110 nt Alex-
Jieoplo five tho foliool
Here, nlo, I found new desks. But
I was about to foigct that tho msIiouI
sang for me mid thut they did ex-
TuiwuAY. Nov. 17.
Diirict iCo. 511: Ben. L. Kelly.
teacher. This was a very (lisaarcc
.,1,1,, ,.,.. llnli i,,,,. ( mini! were
peisciit, and tliesj could uot keep
comfortable owwj; tn the very bad
condition of the house, A new house
is badly needed and, as this uu enterprising
neighborhood, it will no doubt
bo built. Jo. B. nom:it.
BEDA, KY. i
Stuvo Duku aud family havo removed
to tlm vicinity of Prentice.
Chii". Cniiiphell went to
.v'uii!itv mi business.
The I'miiieM luico eommeiieed delivering
Mi.s Mary Woodward i.i ill Mis.
Alva Callowuy is ill.
Prof, ttililis a Micrefcful
wiiiiug se'eiol hern Tuesday night.
A pL'iiMiiit Cliiistinas to otl.
Excursion Rates. I
ThoiNowport N'ortV ."i Mississippi
VallurUiailroud offers I'ort'io holidays'
season n two-third latn 'on lountj
v " ' . rPaofsr '
trip tickets Ii. tween Memphis, lionis
ville, Cinciuimli and Kvansville, and
all station on its lino. Ticket ou
ilo from Djcjmhe.' "J l.!i lo .fuiiuary
1st, nod goo I Mtiiriin r up to and
i icludiug . II i.v'sii
... . i
for a morrv i In.- a
small otitlav of m I
Next while teacher i;iiminatioii,
.lutitiary 1, HO J. Colored, .January
S, 1802. .lo. 15. I! geis, Co. ritipt.
W ASHIN GTON I AIT TER.
IrKtIM IH'R mill I VII iMKhl.ltiMilNT.I
Vasiii.itox, D. C. Dec. li.
The President's annual mesMicc I
Congress is beyond question one of i
the nblest and hot written '
ever submitted to it eon-1
tinns not u single elltellce or partisan I
politics, nml yet its Mateme.it of facts, '
', ..... ., .... ,. ,
showing the condition of every de
partment of the Government nud of
the country at large, presents the
strongest of arguments fur retaining
the Republican party in p'iwer, for
the simple reason thut the country
owes its present general and unprecedented
prosperity to the legislation
of the hist Republican Congress
nod the statesmanship dis.
Vit.lVml lit' i lin lirn.2.iiit iiilmini.tr'ilinii
!.'" "j '"- i""- '"
- ,......:,, ..... ..... IeL,:jat!m. T,
.. . ., ...
portion of the relatini' to
foreign nllhirs is calm and dignified,
and yet bristling with true American-ism,
the kind that every patriotic
American, whatever his politics, inns
endorse. 'It recommends the adoption
of 11 Constitutional amendment
providing for a uniform method of
electing Congressmen and Presidential
electors that won d put mid end
to such disguiccful gernmanderiiig
schemes us that wluc'i has been
adopted by the Democratic
of Michigan, and
Coiuinisdoii appointed by the
Supieme (,'unrt tu consider the evils
connected with our present (.lection
system, which shiilt "proceed with
candor, ca'mess mid patience upon
the liucs of justice and humanity, uot
of prejudice nnd cruelty."
The Democratic House is evidently
in no hurry to get down to work, as it
adjourned fiom Wednesday to Saturday
with the iiuderstmidin!' that it
would on that day adjourn until next
.,, , . -, . .
i .1 .1
V oilliniln V .mil 1,1- tli.tf ttiiin flin
lilniiihmi .,, Iii.ciii . In ... llinils il,rint
u.ii.rw.w i(. bn.i. ...l.....
the Christmas recess.
ii ,,,.,, , ,.l.il.. ii, ,i.,...i '
.ck ...h i.ii I'll- iifiiilneiit '
Wi.i I l.o cm ri.! .!' nl'tlo
Ullplllll J.MC lllll Mll.lll' tlli'lj; iiKilV
by tlicir'liiiuiic npni.U !i.r votes the
iUc wiw t.ju:irvdy iiiihIu thut thu
clccliun of .Mills would menu tho
tioniinutinn 11 1 Clovcl.iuil und of Crisp ;
in imin, nud upon I
tlmt iue, und imntliur, tit I the
the Deinusmtic Itcpresunt.itivc di- '
11 probability of another contest, in
...I.I..I. .1.. ! I', I ........
niiiuii uiu will
fiidit. .. fur llir iiIh.m frmii vlit.li flrin I
,...w ..,.V.I W..l
mini una ucun d riven, the ;
forces being ltd by Unrmun und Hill
respectively . two men who 111c
mastcMin ptditictl cliitaincry. ,
,'ro1" i"iitt'riiis uliiuly board!
l,y uloclhui of Crin( to In) Spv.1l.t1r 1
of tl.i, Uouso will Im When '
thtviiunouii.'euimiH of tl,., commit too
chiiiriniiiisliips, whbdi with tlm o:
IOptlUII1 (if tllO Oil It'll-M
nnd tint tn .iti,'i, y!ll puliihly
nol bo uiudu ipitil if I ( !
mits r." ess. Neither Mr. Crisp nor
ain other man could satisfy thu
element). which by combining
made him ripwiujir. .dust tliiu' or a
man trying lo ipluhsu Cli tries A.
Dana, Tammany Hall,
Hill, Senator l.toniuii, day
of the ::oiit!i at 'M nnd tho mi w
time, aud o,i have a faint idea of
tho t t:k undertaken by (Ji Up, Longheaded
liopublio.iui rdg.iri tlm
election of UrNp .w a very fortuiialo
thing for tho Republican partj, fur j
wlnlo .Mr. Cris;i isporsotiallvneluver
. . "
ami popular men, lie represents nil
the elements that elected him, mill
thu demands of those elements which
bo will lie compelled to a certain
'xteiit to ncjodu to, will oac'i add to
Republican of notory ue.t
Tammany ilall ho alre.'dy madu
a formal demand lW tlie lion's s'laro
of the 17 places under House Doorkeeper
nud man, nnd tliero is
li It lo doii'n: about it.i t'ettinir them.
It is tb.i fin; tini't uoteriofs
orgaiihaiiou his iitie'npted to tako
'pammiii itionaljtolities 8u
,"ton?iid it.s is bitterly i
rosontcd by tlioho Dein: cents who
are no' hi p.iitiieibip wiili it, or under
it. baneful domination, but' thoy
are powerless. '
The impressinu to I e general
bore that Mr. Illiiine will shortly
, , ... ...
.iiuko tniiilie a letter, ayiii'T taut l.u
will under no ciiciiin&taiuos bo a
Presidential cui.li lute no.t uar.
Stiiecesi ci ih Gcniitica
li r ..nariTrnni
At tho CI033 of Business,
Juno 30, 1691.
" nw. ;. '" , ,
fuinituie, i'cc 1,00(1.00
Debts, in suit 1,0:12.00
Cash ou baud A iu other
bunks ' 2:1,437.51
Capital stock paid iu j:;0,0IHI.00
Deposits T) 1,7-57.88
Profit and loss account. . . 10'J8.1!
Due other Hanks 1 10.10
SMS, 4. m. 17
A dividend of 81. 00 per sham bus
been declared bv ill" Board of Directors,
to the stocfcdnl.ler, payable on
demand. S. K. Cox, President.
ST ANOAnororoS CENTURY
WATCRIOO VCAST CO DtTnOirMICH
The Pittsburgh Lamp
rapmi a one ui uiose
seems to ue
V .atto reacli tlie
end as to
- AO .JOB
and ease of
flB3QHHHBvf mmH m
The only care it requires is
filliug and wiping.
Dirt falls out when the
chimney is taken off, not into
a pocket as in other central-draught
Putting in a new wick is a
very easy matter indeed.
All this seems strange to
nnnvlm lrT,ru0 Tinw
some other jjood lamps are.
It is in all the good lamp-stores,
Send for a primer.
Pittsburgh, p. Pittsburgh Brass Co.
A Fino Lino of
SI BR ID
Cakes. BtBf'tilways on hand-
f I I W
MtjyjHn ti&M am.
.JI,3" B" UJ'3
TelsnhaifB 2G "
we J '(WO ?
aiHuiW'wi iiwm'i'i m.twr ' .... m
Pw' v''i I lliui"' bought the I.ivery Uusiness (r K. V. Taylor, I wish to inform the
Tf.r&ci!'. . ! Ilmt I will ln n irmir.il l.ivnrv. S':iln mill liuiueSS lit tllO
Co., G. T. Mtllnsnv,
Prcsidi it. (Vldcr
Discounts ibvini'ule pafL. . no I . ;!
',Jktm,"1 on Kuir York, l.oe.'.vii'ie,
Kvaiivillc and other Commercial
Accounts of iiidividtuils nnd cor
Money loaned on collnttcral and
Specialuttention given to collections.
G. T. MoHoiary, C'nshior.
ZZ'A'. for cal.ilotmc.
TERRY M'F'G c.Tcnk.
vVteitr ; s- ?.. ; vi
FAST -5 LIME
-- . -
i 7, XT.,, . . , . TT
MIXTS Ahh DAILY
" m llwvM
Given to tho Traveling
Vvci IMnhlv, wliriT
vu c.'it'. hwvv nur
llui'si'ri F'(!. r.nd
tht lies I .if vigg
dnv or nhihl.
LiMtYC i)Y or-
0ASBEISE & fiOll
11. i Nrr.vi;.Ns, A. M. Itl'D.'IOX.
LIVEUY ANIJ l'Ki:U STAIWdC,
OH Fr.y Stsui, M!3H Miy Dspuit
M, tola Jirsst OvsubBiCi Ksciwiy,
Air. Stevens will bo c,lnd to litlvc
nil his OI110 ci.unty friindi stojt with
him while i.i the cilv.
fiO frPA '.' .,h i-B
I.. V4 AT(-;i! iv at it. im it ijiiivotib
Will Servo at all timer?
Und any style.
1NU tk lo 0fl
," . B
loft i' fi?4 & 5T019 KS O fRft X5 ?& H 1 Mi A
Whi in OivnisS)(n,o)cuU at (he
.BIG FU'RNITUE STORED
Hull's Id Mai
We hjnr !hi
hi'vsi sTOdli' and
lvcail p. ices lo be Cound. Save money
3)y giving us (rial. Uusp'y,
M ARTHy SSVliTH,
'The Furniture Men."
r v v w v ?
old stnnd, and also keep on hand lilHUilKS, WAGONS mill
CAIiTS nf the latest and most approved inako. J Don't
forget that tho Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in
liohalfof thodruumicrand travol'ng public, l'leasu
! gUo mo :i call-TIUM'Jb: VIlIl'S DA11A.
i l!orse, Lugsios nnd wagons tor salo or hlro at all times. Spoola
attention given to nil stock entrusted to my care.
. Yours Vory Respectfully,
C HLi. ZZSZjjD.
$SS 0Rbi:;Eti QUEEN $65
' liul.Li ..
V.'rlto for our tJow OO paco. Cnt.ilocuo of nil Muds of Vohlclos.
SOUTHERN DUGGY CO.
r:iWC!NNATI. - - OHIO, U.S.A.
V.4 vci. ' -. ; 5.
J (w "' "-. - m i 1
5t 2B N
4f& yt37'rnFr'i"Vi'' ''':, .JiII'?1 VwCldll Tonic which lint
I B L ?5a P .1?' f' ' " "' ' ' rch Kitisfa. tlon, nnd
iif H 0 BR 'Jllvf ... i vonr nc;IiIjoti tnlklng
XVLvJ VillAi VJ1 "i !. 'i. - " r.naw'n. To Kct tilt- orlKlnai
Y V rr Ulilll Tone. nl.
wiiyamtic forGnovr's, l-A i .'' it nt c'loip, tintricit ftilntltiiU', cla!nlnt; to
1)0 lust ns L'Ood. Tj U .( 111.I I'.iihc liold lull i", nm. nml rr.lt.ilin.lS
clones, while many of tti" n-'v. tonicnonly hold 4JJ 011. nnd
cputain4 Imt to t'li. .. i'.o . f ,t'i Tonic U ns lnrj:c as nny do!.
ar tonic omi rotr.sn ; 1 .; -
SIKDICIXK COMlA;rv", : .." ,.
LOVtSLL D2ArSOraD CYCLES.
Ho. J, a!H Tires,
TIrss. W xi
$83.00 .SL ,
Ho. 2, Cushion TIras,
Ko. 3, Ladies' SaliJ
v .1 1
vjO.OvJ J J
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m H rn M
v o -E' 1
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!iMliTi,STllTtHi Business iliei
30K.Kecpn.a, Bhoiithano, TkikORAPH, 6o.ll
i.'kitc ran OAT.Moaui ai.j fui,l1hfoiimatioh,
"J AV 3-V
jEnr vinT ZEE: I
il n Main Stirel.
v t vr?'
SV - ithSllv - r - platod Dash Rail. Seal
uuj biiutt TliJti, tor above price'
' Janti'ncliilt'tl nv I'AKJB
. -, :. . l..Jtl ,y Mil rui;K!sU
Ko. 3 C, Ladles' Cushion Tim,
Ko. 4, ConrsrUble Solid Tins,
Ho.4,0, " CushloD Tiras,
Tj ahms Co.,
" ."!, !.!A5J.
n, 11 nm eirZWi
uv. w w a o v b XT
on this and
Keep your oyo remember
liandi well selected everything-
in my line.
of all kinds. PICTU11ES,
and House-hold Goods of
every description ; also Agent for "
fylie Monarch Vapor and Gasoline
cooking stove. I will. &ell as
' cheap as the cheapest! unci earnestly
solicit your patronage. ft v
S. A. WILLIAMS
!.-!..,., I. A