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I'liecsri'ascinnhk. miici ii4Hl The Harieobd Kepublican, , JO, B, ROGERS, ,.T"'' l . nVaSwiiffiS ftlJf,t.,.i - SULSChtLE ' j Publisher. OFFICIAL 0ROA1I OF TKE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS SL25 Fer Annum, Id Advance. ILrUDLIUHIH $1.25 per year. nn 10 : nrr- - faV. K f' VOL. V. DISTRICT ELECTOR, HAllTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. highest Mithorily known to our law. Then he discussed the ipiestion of whether or not tho Constitution said says tho duty imposed, mid that tbo reason articles of conmmp-tio- n wre clicnper now was because of inventions Mid that they could be inado cheaper now than when a Kovcnuo Tariff was on our statute books, but how does he account for this? At tho time of tho passage of the McKiulcy Hill silk plush sold for one dollar per yard, and that law put a duty on it, and instead of it costing two dollars which would bo the case if the consumer pays the duty. It now sells for seventy-fi- ve cents per ynrd, an actutal reduction of twenty-fi- ve cents on the yard, mid there has been no now invention or processes of making or long years of waiting to reduce the cost of making, either. What then cheapened the article? Next came a plea to win bacK the from the People's Party. They were told that a vote for Weaver was a vote for Harrison. Indeed it was quite pathetic. Hut the liillion Dollar Congress. The report of tho Senate and Labor Commissioners and Finance Committee, and Peck's report were left severely alone, I wonder why? Lat but not least ciiiiio the "Force Hill." lie said that it would strike down the rights of the States, that it was aimed especially at the South, in short, that it was the iniipiitous"Force Hill. ''.Mr. I lay ward knows, if be knows anything, about it at all, that it applies only to Congressional elections and does not in any manner affect State or Presidential elections. The Constitution of the lT. S. s.i: "The times, places, and manner oi holding elections for Senators antl Representatives shall he pciscibed in each State by the Legislu Hire thereof.biit Congres may at any time by law make or alter such regulations anil etc." lie knows also, that lbcbill is National in its character, it applies in every State, from Ocean to Ocean and from the grand Lakes to the Ciulf. In fact the Deni ocrats, recognizing the "blunder worse than u crime" that they have made on the Tarifi issue, are seeking tr keep the South solid by misrepresenting tho election bill, and thus arousing tlio people's fear of negro domination. Mr. Hayward closed his argucinent here. Ho did notstrengten bis party any. He is not a vote winUlTltTI". ner. NO. 12. MOFESSIOXA h CA SEPTEMBER Marks the Opening of tho We oiler lor vonr inspection u WASHINGTON. A Nowsy W. T. Haywnrd, Spoaks to FAhhund WINTER TRADE. a Small Crowd at Hardinsburg. ii Rogular Correspondent. Lettor from our Oct. 10. W.T.I lay- Mirl,tlir Democratic Elector, for this Goods at Ol .New iiihI on Tuesday District, Vory Reasonable Prices There werespoke here to hear him, lat. Icf-very few at mi: lllty, being piesent at any one tliau time, mul that many were only per suaded to come after sevend ringings of tlio hell. Mint of his time was task of proIMPORTED StMTING.S devoted to tin; impo-dh- lo cntit-- i of Europe. ving that the 'Democratic party is I'lom tlio AMERICAN FABRICS still the came paity of Jellcrson nnd In now mill beautiful p:itterti. Madison mul .Inekson, with the mine designs tenets mul doctrines that they repre In Tall ami winter nnvoltie. sented. That party now snys that a protective tnrili' N iincnntutionnl, Our ii.iiih- - on uti.i I'ikIuici- - iiifiiiio hut .Jellcrson was for u protective BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices tarill anil even went ho far as to cay ,)()() Fall mul Winter that the surplus arising from duties lie applied to the education of the Clonks, IaiIchI Sltjlos, () public, ami to carry on a system ol i .,-- I oX.l.lcu cli. W IlAiiniN-iirulo LAIWK"; stock 111 III exclusive !nt it Kit C.E. OVerStreGt & CO 'Jl'.oi im ttfjtfittitn.ttf a tiilwiift III FotiithAw, Louisville, Ky. Mm "r,l? ir .ijv is m " -' ' TjrvY. .lCarfiOjlJi.Ccjlu SorTr.mLCiMir i nfl Cough, Brotichitu ana AiUina. A cji lor Consumption In first t.f f , sr J n in, Mil f in advanced stair?.. Ui at ' You ulll if.th. ficflknt f Jtrt ftr Uljn tbo TnC-- ia, Whocp c- FoU by drtlcri Critdn. cent, and il.OO. iO totUn citrywbetf, rr SSrxiiS'."---- ' i , ....... N . s-- "' "C - i.-- ".1 r" &$' J&VJ Eu HAT. SSi m i;K2 .t. -J , 'sr UrvroH, Ivf, Oi, c. Hereon oticini fur tti fo iotn! .m .uif,rlt,? from Mini Jau..Vlloor,0y. who rwir, vu Dmirnin It. wor.l form for almatl I'liynlrlftiK vltliont i"!it, Uotl by HQiVETdHW If Worst fr'uri... P., troducd tho first protective tanlfbill ever enacted, anil it was pawid by the firet Congre- -, which assembled after the Constitution had been The picainble to the very act introduced, stated which .Madron one of its object to be "the encouragement and protection of manuin a factures Andrew Jack-oto Congrc", said:"The States hac delegated their whole authority over imports to the gcneinl without limitation or restriction'' The authority having from the .Slates, the right to eeiei-- e it lor the purpoe ol pioleetio'i doc-- ' not ti-- t in them if it be not ami by the geneial Government, it ThW ltidispcn-abl- c be cvtinet. niu-- t surrendered by the power, thus State- - mil t be within the -- cope of the authoi ity on the subject exprely delegated to Congre-- 1. I am confirm ts od a well by the opinions of Washington, .leU'erson, Mad-i-oand Monroe, who have each repeatedly icconiendeil tlio exerciseof this ri"ht under the Constitution'' i Well, Mr.llayward explained the-- e No one ever heard of three (acts? this doctrine that protection was unconstitutional until thcTaiilf bill of Rob- KS2I e.itne befoiu the Sonite. ert YouiiIIavue made a speech on d. n, ine-wigGov-eriimely Pies-idenn I , t lKttl.' curtnl tilut. of 1'MUr Jvotinjn wi trl 4 Nvrvo louio aloiit3ir4 yunxtt nil, wo irliil dlilirtiit iml. rlnratnit without rdnrt. It l.iiow nlmt 2 )inr ulnco fltiAlMmi tHKliu 1'n.tor hotutc Nru Timla mul Kilo linn nut hml a'l nttackiif tbnilti. O DUKIIKU. ci.ualiiru tnattlin.. ST Mam's. Ky , Oct. 7. M. ht. TiiLloruril n cii ol lu a MIUIuuco, uuJ a lunrrl'il Inly of i IUiUoS'1'. 11J.V. 1'uJ bo. I MyilntiKhtcr TltT" v, Mn . Mnrch I. 1031. Ut.on with cntAli'inywIifti lllu inn nnvn itiv. jjHiniin imij mva fur the firt time that Congress had not the constitutional right to for impoits duties nil . .... . ,,,, ..., ,. -e Valuo I liorfby tM'.l'y KocnM' tint I'ttliriiun'jolloii Nnr of Rial"..! V.iluililn llnnlc nn Nprvnni LULL nr ixxir jatifntrt cau anr &dtrvii r r r Kttal-- Hits IHIMlli Iiio trio to Iilo obtain flCO lf IllirkO. bjMlm ltironl !"', Tlila rpi,lvli I'a,tor I. "' ii. t "r' u '" " ' llul- - "'"' I3. auj liiuwi'nriu.tuu.l' rlaialirttl.ii b Uiu a 1 KCE.V.C Mr.O. CO.. tSotii I,'ii-oS'n fl.- Chicago, !ll. K".v.."lnrrl!nltlc. OforSS . ,- ,. 13 1JIC DHST. cjf.'V i;:( sf S- ins kwhik c?. w,mm i"un- I'"!"53 Agents Wanted! II. A. LOBKIKUiV-CO., tjH."!. 4tltH. HY ." - J WhoUvalo D.ialeis, .'HO Superior St. CLEVELAND, O. Ha" led all V7orm Rcn.Rt5Ies. EVERY rpnrtTi'Uiii.Jis:-..Tn:.- II1I.EMI ?OR 20 YEARS sold I'viutywunitr.r um jijuim".. ' BUTTLE GUARANTEED. ..TTTSA PI7TVrnnnnrornnT0Pirnui1fhnu no j n in liiuury. 1I' l ui'l I In Ix'Ht lnluo Mrtiypiirrlninlnir ourrnnlurrir f.coniiiiitn J.. ljainriis Imm''. ulih It i rtr'tM'iit llio Ii I iilini lor pilci'B uU fit, ii y IhuUHUUda ii UslU). V 5.00? $2.50 US' 44.00 i&H 3.50 E5. f asj' t. 'TXr t tk W i. T4V y 9" nn FOR Y ! '$JJSI.75 nTiSv,, . ao nn 42.50 $2.00 tnt v ron uoiES HL1 I 1 $2.00 0YS (cm&t W- THE ,tMj S3 shoe oENtitw BEST SHOE IN L. P DOUGLAS THE WORLD FOR protecting domestic uiaiiufactuies. This was the beginingof the free tiade movement in this couutiy, and the o!d Revolutionary f.itliers never heard of so strange a doctrine until Ilayne gave it bit tb. Daniel Webster in a speech delivered at Albany, N. V. went so far as to say: "I defy the man who is in any degree conversant with the history of thi- - country from ii 176" to 17!, when the was adopted, to say that protection of American labor and American indu-triwas not a leading, 1 might say the leading, motive, South as well as North, for the foiinulation of the Without that new Ooveintinent. piovi-io- n in the Constitution it could never linve been adopted''' And this wasihe const! uctiou men of all liar tics put upon the Coiisitutiou until the now school arose, of which Ilayne was the founder. During the course of bis remarks to say that the he took occasion Democratic party had always been in favor ol a Taiill'for Revenue only, but had lie not overlooked the fact that the National Democratic Plat"That nn form of 1882 declined: adciiiiato protection to American is indispensable, to tho prosperity of the country." Had lie not forgotten that the high protective just before tin civil war, was passed by a Democratic Congress and signed by a Democratic Prcsi-iilc- nt, Tunics lJuclintmn. Tho Democrats can not, since, they have taken the advanced position that a Protective Tarill is unconstitutional, justify the founders of their party in supporting aPiotcctivo Tariff Miliey by hid ing behind tlio plea that it was necessary in their time to support thu infant industries, because it would then bo a pertinent iicstion to ask, if a protective Tarill is uncoustituion-al- , now, was it not also unconstitutional then? Ho stated that Grcshain, Cooloy and Mc Vcagh, had left the Itupu Illicit n party on account of its adherence , to 11 protective policy, but MoVcngh voted for Cleveland four years ago, and are there not us notablu instances of Democrats forsaking their putty on this issiio, as of llepublicaus leaving theirs? Ueorgo Tieknor Curtis, for instance. One lliini' Mr. 1 In vuu nl did not saw was Cm,rtof the u- tlmt t,,,, , Con-tilutioes of "In Hasto" on a Lottor. "If you wish to send a letter away in a hurry ,'Vays a correspondent, "be sure to wiite 'in haste' upon thq envelope. Tho postmaster and clerks will fall over each other in their hasto to get it into the first mail;thcn the postal clerk will yell to the engineer.'pull her wide open. Hero is a letter that is in arush'.'And the train will just fly.lt is expensive for the railroads as accid-denare liable to happen and the officials will not thank you for giving it away but that is the way to get ts your letters through real quick. SUINKLE CHAPEL. Oct. 17. Died, Thursday night, ., nt the homo of her son, llith, ShcwaH Felix, Mis. .Miuh Shaver. one among the ablest as well as tho most lespceted in tho liieen River Country. .1, L. Klinnro attended the Teachat Hell's Run Saturers' Ho reports a pleasant time. day. His smiles betray another pleasant meeting, which oecurcd near Vino Grove the following day. C. L. Woodward passed through our community a few day since slinking hands with his friends, who nro very numerous in this locality. If was tbo writers good pleasure to bo present nt the Weaver anil Field at Lafloon Saturday. Tho Whitesville brass band and two local string bands dispensed music for the occasion. A large ciowd was in attendance and all enjoyed n good time. Hihsii:, ui-t- Republicans, you should not fail to come t o Hartford next Friday, Oct. 28, and hoar tho principles we endorse fully discussed by that able orator, Hon, A. E. Willson, of Louisville. mul l.lwr 'oiuliilnt ynillmi'ii Minti'i uuiir.iiitiT imrTi'ry Imlllvn I. II. IIoIi'b Vilnlln r. Si. Vu)nu(j rlllin.Uli roil IHNI'M'.SIA v. Mr. Howolls' Now Novol. Mr. IIowull has iveu to tho title of "Tho Coast of Ilohoniia" to his now novel of American fjirl lifo which is about to bo published in THE MONEY. ' ' far Iwiiinil lliowlnMrliarKul. Hintliiituaiuouul prico ara jjf 'j iV"'' i"ii"V J rK i'r fsoM ir W. I Uoiiuiiin, jiruciituu, jtiu. HOOKER & TABOR, Ilosinc, Ky. believo tho Klllloy ocats contend that it is a Protective Tariff law, one of thoso "robber lur- Tho decision oi tho Sunromo fiu" Court ought to forever scttlo this question of constitutionality; it being tlio s; 5,,eol1,l:I,, M Tho tho Ladies' Homo .loiirunl. uovolist says of the stor) that "it la about tho prettiest tiling I havo over 'Jouo." The shadow is upon the White llou-e- j next it may como week, or next month, hut nil bopo that it can bo averted has been given up; and all that is left for the Piesident and his family is to make as comforiablo as posMis. Harri'-oi-i sible and to bear with chiistian fortitude nnd resignation the ulfliction which the itifcrutible wisdom of DU vine Piovincnce has put upon them, nud Mrs. Harrison, iutlic full kuowl. ede of her condition, is setting them a mist worthy' ex ttnplc. One of Mrs. Harrison's lungs is entirely the other nearly gone, but gone and in spite of her great and gi owing weakness she continues cheerful and exerts herself constantly to chesr her husband and children. Constant watchfulness and suspense, has a very bad effect upon the President's nerves, nnd he is far from being well, although he strives to hear up under the great trouble. He is constantly receiving evidences of the deep sympathy felt for him and his by all classes of his fellow citicn, and form none is more sincere than his political opponents. A gentleman just fiom Virginia informs me that a careful cauvass of that State has been made by the Republican managers and that it show s conclusively that the State is Republican by n safe majority, and that the Republicans are determined not to allow themselves to 'bo cheated out of the State as thry were when (Sen. Golf ran for Governor a few years ago, Tlio news from Tpiiiippo is not so good. The Thiid Party in that State threatens to collapse, a it has done in some other Southern States, coiise.)uently the prospects of the Republicans currying tho State is not Jo good as it appeared several weeks aso, although it U believed tint there is still a fighting chance. 'It is just asm ich liceny to stcil a political right," said Attorney Gail-era- l Miller in his argument before tlio Supreme Court, against the oi that Democratic steal known as the .Michigan electoral law. Referring to the Democratic nrgir incut that the case was political and therefore out of the jurisdiction of the courts, tho Attorney General pertinently said: "I hold it to be one of the most hopeful signs of thu timas that tho courts are either rousin; or being arotue to (lie tact if the rights of the people of the U.iited States are to be perserve.l they must be pers irved by tho observance nnd enforcement of the law and that they nro prepared take ami ate taking by the wrists political bosses, who, me committing grand larceny with relet euco to the the United rights of thu in this case is exA deei-io- n States. pected in time to have the Michigan Presidential electors c'.iosou in accordance therewith, uud theie is little doubt that it will upset the content plated Democratic steal. It is expected that tbeSiiprcmcCourt will adjourn next Tuesday for n week or ten days to enable the mcmbcis to go to Chicago to take part in the ceremonies attending the dedication of of the World's Fair on the twenty, first inst. A special train, leaving hero probably next Wednesday, will carry tho Justices and theirs families. It is tho piescnt intention of of tho Cabinet to every member leave at about the same tunojnecom-pauie- d by their families. The part which was to have been taken in the dedicatory ceremonies by tho President will ba taken by thu Vieo Presi Idcnt, as at tho now Columbian celebration this week. Tho Democrats profess to be greatly exercised because ol tho political activity of Michigan postmasters and they have filed charges against sovei-- al of them with the civil service commission, which 1ms nlready began an The object of these investigation. charges is to intimidate postmasters in all sections, but it will not succeed, n3 most of tho postmasters nro Republicans, consequently men of intelligence, who know that holding office does not deprivo them of any of their political rights. The political news coming into Washington nil continues favorablo Tho insignifto Republican success. icant showing inado by the People's Party in tho Stuto elections in the South is reported to have had mi exand cellent ellect in the North-wes- t, picsent indications nro that (laiiisou and Reid will he supported by u solid North, if they get no electoral votes At tho headquarfrom tho South. ters of tho Fannr-rs- ' Alliance, which is only headquarters of tho People's Party has ever had here, they are keeping very quiet these days, where-n- s a fow month ugo they wcrojubi-hintlclaiming everything, were over talking of tlio possibility of electing 1 y Weaver. Now they will probably I.e MIZPAH. glad if they succeed in electing n dozI have passed from thy life away. en members of the House. Thou shall see my face no more. Suporintondont's Visits. No moro shall we together stray By wood or river shore. UKM.'S HUN. iihtuict No. i)7; A. P. Taylor, The days to thee ns fair may be teacher, pupils enrolled m Census As in the long ago, Report, (!!); pupils enrolled in school, The summer sun may gild each tree With all the golden glow. 52; pupils present, 19; pupils absent, '; cause of absccnee, whooping-cAnother's face may seem ns bright, As thou saidst mine was then ough. Trustees, A.M.Hawkins. Davis, Sarah I cannot scale tho verdurcd height, Visitors, Mrs, Jano Or tread thoso elopes again. Nelson, Miss Ida Taylor. G. W. Taylor, J. S. Coombes, Clem Coomhes, Where oft in golden summer tide, We wandered liaudinhaiid, Mrs. Knte Williams, and Ada WilOr on some clover, green liams. Total eight, Our tavorito poem scanned. No improvements in house or furniEach tender flower, moonlike. would ture. bill-s'ubi 1W. J. Edwin. HARTFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Eove KENTUCKY. - - Glenn. (OttW JAft.M.fllril. 6z "Wedding, KY. Hnunr.) rwon'M J.H. II. HFM1IVCI. HARTFORD, i', ow r An.l Will KiMtiep lliPirirr.iMlniil,intl,i.pnrln o IMllOIIll.l II lloi IlllPOtltlll.ri. llllrl ...ilirlnf l....,.!.. riHviaj,iiti,il,on Kiun to rriiniiMl pmitili nnd iatilj Parties -- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will iru Hoc liS in Ohio nn.l mljoln. Ini counties nnd the court of Aiippnla, hpcci ntti'iitioii nli n to colli clinn-- , A.. Snaitli, rnfcf!i jut Ufliconnrtlixule public square. t2 71t vn.sTi:itrii:u. The tide of tears that roars District No. fi: Miss Sue King, On Oriel's dark ocean in my soul, IMl.f.UKKV. II. J). BINGO. Unto mine eyelids' shores. teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Jnlcr Ocean. Report, !"; pupils enrolled in school, 28; pupils present, 24; pupils absent, Fourth District Committee1; cause of absence, whooping-ough- . Will practice In nil mint oroiuo .ind adjoining rounllc, nnd In -- up rmr Court mid Court o(Ap. men. No improvement in scoolhousc ("il". Colli itioimiml nil Icml Tho following is a list of tho lo. (Hike, .No..U'i i:..Mnrku If jr. this year, but desks are very badly Chairmen and Socretarius of the vineeded, rions Republican County Coinmit-ti- es WASIIINOTOX. in tho Fourth Congressional ATTORNEY AT LAW, Wednesday, Oct. 12. No. ."2; Miss District; Ida Smith, tencher. Pupils enrolled District Clmirmnii C. M. Burin Census Report, oM; pupils enrolled nett, Hartford. IR. IS. --Wed.d.iaag in school, If); pupils present, 10; puBreckonridgo Rouhon Miller, pil absent, IS. Causes, school has Cloverport; .losso Kskridge. opened nnd other pupils will en- roll Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfield Ilur-tlinsbu- rg. Attorney at Law, ter next week. Trustees, J. L. Hicks. Visitors, Daniel Hicks and wife, Mrs. J. L. Hicks, Mrs. J. W. Taylor.Mrs. John Leisure, H. F. Lowe, Laura Leo Hicks. The house is well seated with patPiit desks. Ai.nx.VNii:u. No. ."ill; W. II. Harnes, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 63; pupils enrolled in school, f2; pupils Trustees, A. W. Mills. present, 51 Visitors, Misses Minnie Rami, Omn Bullitt H. T. Troutinaii. nerusuiie; u V. Trotltlliail, ShonShell- -! l herdsvillo. Grayson Dan O'Riloy, I.eiteh-fiol- d; J. B. Rogers, Caneyvillo. V. II. Milby, Greons-bur- g; Grceu R. L. Foster, Groonsbttrg. u; Hardin John W. Korrick, S. E. Smith, Eliabeth-tow- n. Elia-bothtow- (Office In L'roHilt r lluildiniM Will practice lil profcs-lo- n In nil the courlB of i mho Mini iiiiioinlnjr coiintn. Almi AnlHrjr i-- n one T2nljf IM!. Tj. Hart J. Will prnctlcehl. profession In nil the Court of Ohio nnd ndjninlii); collude.-- , nnd In tho Court of Appenls. Hpeihlnltentiou slten to collection. (Wee, William", Hell A i'o'h ilnix-tor- e. Hartford, Ky. ocr ATTORNEY Hearrin, AT LAW, B. Dtigins, Mittnfords-vill- o; Mumfords-vill- o. Tanner, Lilly and Jennie Barnes; Leslie nnd Dee Barnes. An elegant lot of desks has been furnished by the patrons si ncc last year. no cm:i:k. No. 54; Miss Gertrude Mills.teach-er- . Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 58; pupils enrolled in school, 3(5; pu. pils present, 81; pupils absent, 5. Causes of absence, work. The school is in need of a set of new desks and when the new schoolhouse is paid for tliey will no doubt bo purchased. IIAYTI. John W. Brents, sY LaRuo Cad Burba, Hodgonvillo; John Atherton, Magnolia. Marion L. M. Dryo, liradfords-vill- o; C. A. Johnson, Lebanon. Mendo- - R.L. Simpson, Mcadvillo; C. C. Farleigb, Brandenburg. Nelson J. J. Irvine, Bardstown; John 11. Waller, Bardstown. Ohio Wood Tinsloy, Hartford; Jo. B. Rogers, Hartford. Taylor W. L. Malono, J. P. Carroll, Campbells-vill- o. -Camp-bollsvi- :rUiWwrfVfTTK ssfe& yrz -V DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepurod to do nil kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. lle, Friday, Oct. 14. Colored District No. 1; J. J. Fleming and Miss Bracken, teachers. The school is large, but I failed to get the number of pupils. Trustees, Calvin Taylor and Ben Mosley. Visitors, Mrs. Calvin Barrett, Mrs. Sena Bracken, Churles Park, Crit Park, Virgil Nail, Calvin Garfield Barrett. Tho house is gieatly in need of new desks, and they will no doubt be purchased during the year. (io-iti:.- v. lia Washington Major J. L. Whur-o- n, Springfield; W. O. Reed, rir. Hon. A.E.Willson, one of the ablest llc-pnblic- an No. 10; Jno. B. Wilson, tencher. A large school but I did not get tho number of pupils. Almost every pupil enrolled was picsent. Tho house is one ot the neatest little houses m the county nud only needs to be painted The house is also elegantly seated with new patent desks. orators of the Nation, will address the voters of Ohio county at Hartford, Ky., on 5ridav, L892. October 4J8, Everybody invited. Remember That the sunniest lives have seasons of shadow. w!mWy PLEAsmr IlW and my complexion is better. Ity doctor mjt It act. Rentlr on the etomarri, lltrr mil kMnr)e.a)illjiaituuAiit laiatlv.. Tkl. drink It inado. from kerbs, and la prcpama foruauaaeaaUaa to. HI. called THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND LHESMEDICIHE If AIdrujriri9tatellltntC0c.andfl0uapackni;o. Toucnnniitirptlt,.eti(1roura(ldreBarorrretf0amplo. Ijiiii. MrdlHne movr. Ike buwiU.nvh A.UIitL dY. InonterloI.eht'iiltriy.OiiiiHiieiiMiury. OUAIOU I'.UUUHAUII, LtltliV, . , Report Of School District No. '2, month ending September SO, 1802: Mnttio Brown 85, Mary Likens 80, Bernnrd Felix 80, Paris Pirtle 8G, Robert Pirtle 8(5, Laura Colbe 50, Maude Colbe GO, Fannie Black 70, Cassie Brown 77, Antha Maple 77, Bettie Colbe 45, Alice Tally 00, Eflie Brown 58, Edna Hudson 80, Inn Black 71, Muttio Pirtle 87, Nora Coppage 87, Nannio Colbe 08, Maude Black 7i), Flora Coppage 85, Oetnvia Black 84, Maggie Black 80, Lulu Hudson 71), Georgio Pirtle 83, Etta Fiilkcreon 70. Cora Felix 84, Iva Martin 05, Marvin Black 80, Rosa Martin 75, Charley Black 74, BEDA. Ales Hudson 88, Frank Maple 87, Oct.ll Miss Muttio Robisun, Rock-po- rt Herbert Maple 88, Owen Fulkcrson wns tho guest of L. B. Tichenor 08, Lesley Talloy 7i), Henry Pirtle and wito last week. 88, John Brown 85, Jay Daniel G5, Miss Katio Fcemster, of nenr ,DudIey Chapman 87, Logan Felix Owensbnro, is visiting Miss Alberta 84, Willie Felix 85, Thompson Black Greer. 80, Robert Smith 0!), Milton Black Rev. J. A. Bennett wns called to 84, Louis Chapman 84, Willie Brown Pleasant Ridge Sunday evening to 82, Cora White 88, Myrtlo White 78, say the words that nindo two hearts Gurley Mills 74, Artelia White 75. beat as one. Eva Piiitm:, Teacher. Beda can boast of having ouo of m tho best teachers in the county. SevenTlli:itKV. ll'(.ll. Tll.Yi:il,ornourln anJ wifeoKemir liven ty-five Iti'l., ciijut "Until ill) pupils enrolled. tlr.MIII.OII'N VO.XNUJIITION CH1IK. Sunday was n day long to bo reI' Z. Wn)iipflrif(lri 1 llro. Mil membered by tho good people of this place. As was previously announced Homo Lifo ot Dickons. Mt Ilcrmon, tho Methodist Church nt Tho series of rmninscoiit articles Beaver this place, was dedicated. of "My Father as I Recall Him," Dam, Liberty, Pleasant Hill and othby Mamie Dickons, the oldest nnd er neighborhoods were well representfavorite duujjtor of Charles Dickons, ed. The collections were good and will bojjin in tbo next isssuo of tho The puts the church out of debt. Lndios' Homo Journal by an entermembers are veiy thankful to their taining narration of Dickons' porson-- nl many friends tho so kindly helped habits, nnd im inner glimps of bis them. A gooddinuer was spread for home life. everybody. The candidates for tho various conn-t- o II.ll'KJIKTAC'li," IuIIiik mul IriiKr.in ollices met hero yesterday. S, T, Hulil l) .. a"1' M I'ri -' licrniini. Stevens ami G. B. Likens visited Wiin Oritliii & llr. school while hero and gave talks that NIIII'Oll'NCiiriiwillimmcillatoljr riIUiu croup were highly enjoyed by teachers and whooping roujjli nil. I lnoiicliltln. Bold ly .. A Sciioor. Gmu studeuts. W)tio Orllliii.t Hro, f That the more you say,tbe less people remember. That n mother's tenrs are the same in all languages. That a man cannot go where temptation cannot fin J him. That good breeding is n letter of credit all over the world. That good is slow; it climbs. That evil is swift; it descends. That ho who does good to another man does good also to himself. That there is not n single moment in lifo that we can nflord to lose. That the noblest and most cxnltcd character is also tho teudercst nud most helpful. nAilll.riO.S SCII'I MllllFI. Dll.l II IMI nt 1 HOT t lllH'llllllll Hu HlltlM- - in In Ititt nt nkility fifo of Iiiiiki iiihI t iiiuku Ml lllAltUK l .NM f l'VII.ST Fo, rnciiiiir iidim tir,, hihI tefcrtiice. to aclinil i llcnlx In )oill on ii stiite ( oiiuly I'll) or ,u OMalmil, mul nil hhalfitMi al ttiidul to tor MOIiMAIi: fi'.'S Our uIIhii u bprxwile tlio II ii 1'iilcnt Olliu- - and lull oli inui I'ntciilsiM h v. tiimi ttinii iIioko remote fiom i:U.M l...s (.) """'ESSSSSESKIISil Oi'Wtte I'ntttn Ofllie 'Viuittuviun. O (1 Happy and content Is a homo with " Th Rochester i a lamp with tho light of the moraine. CtaloKue6,writeRohcstrUnipCo.,NewYotk. I.Ol'lNVII.!.!:, ST. I.OUIH .1 Lo.i.Till!) St. L.ui. SCIIKIiUM: I.N & ri:x. It. It. Imi iil"ij, .N.I..M, 1801. .No. 5 1, J I'.rKKCT SOV.l, Mil). whst I.v, Loulntlllu Went 1'nint nou.Nit. Dally. 5 p. 7.W p. S.07 p, 8 J7 p. UJ1 p. 7.1'in. in. II ii. in. 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V, HOltlU'JI.Hin. IVr ti ' I.uuirill, Ky, TlllO nin?nnri1llnl''illa.alakU J.W7AVtON. uur auUiortMd Meiua . P' Hartford Republican PURM8HKI) i:'KHY KIIIDAY MOHNINO. lMltnr inil I'roprlrtnr. JO. II. U(HJi:ilN, FRIDAY, OCTOHtilltM, 1892. We are iiutbori.cil to nnnouiicc JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People's Party Plutfonn for Commonwealth's Attor ney in tho Sixth Judicial District. tic interested in such discissions and that I only consented to enter it after suffering repeated and continued insults and slanderous insinuations at the hands ot the Herald, I shall take no further part iu a wrangle forced upon me by the editors of that anyd sheet. thing, but Respectfully. Jo. B. Rooi:iw. high-tone- It who ll res who of the Hartford bar, and ence was one of the ablest attorneys n Democrat, in speaking of Mr. Felix's fait, to tirosctuto the two milliliters were brougnt right into his presunder tho charge of gambling on Satuiday of the Fair, thus summed up the case a day so after it occured: "While Fclix,;tho d u fool, went ofl to read the law" tho attorney for the gamblers asked the Police Judge how he held the prisoners, and being informed that they were not held, the attorney told his clients to go nnd they went. And throiujh just such incompetency as this on the part of our County Attorney, of whom every patriotic citi.cu is heartily ashamed, many other parties have gone cither with a farce of a trial or no trial at all. Wo leave it to tho reading public to decide whether Felix showed incompetency in this cac when all the evidence he biiugs for his defenso is the statement of a Police .Fudge, who himself acknowledges he didn't know the law. Of course a fellow who didn't know the law is altogether (?j competent to judge lawyers. If this isn't a cae of the blind leading the blind then what is it? It was a clear case against the parties for gambling and Felix let them get away and In; need not kick about it. He can't change the facts. Wi: arc not informed whether "Ja-kic- " is writing his own editorials for will the Ifcrald or not, but wo do know that the silly whine nbout Church relation" bears his own ear mark, for Scott'a KniuMnn cures Caufflig, if not quite, it is about the same lanColdi, Consumption, Scrofula and guage that has been continually m his all Anaemic aud Wasting Diseases. Prevents wasting in cIUUtcd. mouth since last Friday morning. n imlalnlilr ns milk. Cetonly Now, we consider that a candidate tin- - Kcmilnr. rrcjuri'il by Kcott , & is in very great straights for arguIlownn, Clioralsts, Now York. Bold liy all Druggists. ment when he drags his Church and her holy name into his political schemes , that he may further his own selfish ends thereby. In this alone, Mr. Rowe has proven himself unworthy of a place iu that great institution and it makes no votes nor FOU IMIIUdDKNT, prestige for him, when his organ herBKN.IAMIX HARRISON, alds all these things totlic world. Now, Of Iudiuna, as for our relations with Mr. Rowe iu a Church we will capacity vtcr. rnr.iioi:sT, for say that it is our undivided opinion WHITFIAW KEID, and unbiased judgement that he is Of Xew Vork. no credit to the Church, but the fact that the Devil may have some deei-plFOit CONIIWXS Tin: Kliabethtown Xars, that iu the Church or any other good 0. M. HA UN KIT, institution will not of itself debar us sheet which four days after Bainett Of Ohio County. from seeking a place in its fold. had done Montgomery up in joint We are proud of the privilege of be- discussion, comes out with a wager roit cikcuit juixii: ing even one of tho humblest, weak- that Harnett wouldn't meet him on D. L. ADAltt, is now reminded est and unworthiest members of so his own dung-hi- ll Of Hancock County. that though Harnett left his apgreat an institution as the Church, ron co.mmcsvi:atii a atioiini:y but God forbid that we should ever pointments and traveled eighty miles F. P. NEAL. so far forget our own and to meet Mr. Montgomery at HartOf Ohio County. the duty we owe to the Church, as to ford, the latter refused to meet B.ir-n-ett A LonlXsfunce Talk! on his own dung-hill- , but imattempt to make it subserve our politi Tho opening of tho telephone. lino FOIt cal purposes. We shall be content with ports a little Democratic cock from between New York and Chicago is CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. mixing our religion with our politics, this county in the person of W. surely a chance for a long distance whosiitleis a humiliating but shall ever keep our politics out FOR CIIICL'IT COtlKT Cl.KllK, talk, but Kahn's low prices talk of our religionflic fact that Mr.Rowe defeat at the hands of the invincible SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. moro and a creator distance. Harnett. ueie-egawas oy a small vote as to the Baptist Association at Ir Mr. Felix and his; henchman Look at tho Englo. South Carrollton, may have served have as much love for the school inVtf v L 54. to tickle Mr- - Rowc's self esteem and terests ot the county as they fawning-l- y he and his organ are the fact that pretend to have they would have so free to publish that fact to the done at least as good service to the world seems sufficient evidence on cause last Sunday if instead of sneak' that point. We repeat, that while ing ofl'to Hayti to hunt up, no doubt SIX-SLcARGE.Mr. Rowe's this may have tickled what they could uioic easily found , no-vanity, it was to say the leat a very elsewhere, they had spent that time .ME UTS ALL DAILY I'.U KKI) Wil'H AN IMMFW: LINE OF great infliction upon the unoffending iu trying to persuade Jake Rowe to a It is also a fact pay the He's the same proud bird that will Association. eg. money he owes the colored the that his father-i- u Jaw, Mr. Walker, adorn tho Republican ballot at teachers of the county, which he has while urging "Jakie's" claims among coming election. so often been asked, and which he his brethren for the place of delegate, rolia-- i has just so often failed, to pay among other arguments said, "that TO ALL. PARTING NOTICE. tl'lCCl g'OOCU Tin: aggregate ot domestic exports finding that it had fail- it would give 'J.ikie' prestige over The Herald JooeI UWa ' ed to make a case out of the shameful the District, and might help him in for 101 years ending with 1890 was HuCJvHK & C(). , of which Siri.ti.'W,- -' assault upon me in regard to my being the primary." If Mr. Rowe can get $21,(iy2,7;i'J,8-Hany out ot honor so ob S18,7!)l during the thirty years of short in the school fund, skulks To tho World's Pair Proo taiued he is entirely welcome to it. 1'iotection ending with 1890, while By away from its lying insinupurchaoinij your fall nnd winter ALIKE. is not at all responsible the aggregate ot exports during the ations and comes out under entirely The Church m Trade l'.ilaci', ifoods of us a for the insult it lias suffered at the entne 71 years ending with l.SliO different colors. t can sivo eupuyh money not only to ISi'EUAL ATTEVriOiN With great bombast and a flourish hand of Mr. Rowe and his organ, was only Si.052,921,t)5:i. go to this worl l's no even to the world is informed of but while this is true the part of of trumpets, the Glyen to the Traveling Wi: learn Buckncr won't meet next world's Fair free of cha'i'o. jwuruir-a- i -- jrckc the existence ot the Burgess donation prudence and good taste would sugge-- t Wedding at Lcitchfield next Monif these parties have no other to the colored schools of the county that Public. day. Xo wonder, he ran up against and I am informed as to how I am argument than this to present they Wedding at (ircensburg last Monday would be less offensive by keeping expected, by law, to account for the and was completely demoli-hcXo, quiet. - "W-S- i disbursement of the interest proper hcCDOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST no, he won't meet him. Y",-thereon. But I have never claimed Wi: wish to say about Rowe's ellhrt vot- -j B.vuxirtT still moves grandly on in nor ever intimated that the interest to stand in with thePeople'sParty that r ! i . 'fri- - ,,--y'i on this donation had been distributed he has treated them like he does other his canvass. Kvery day the prospects That people and parties with vilification are brightening and a long.strong.hard to the colored teachers. Horse-shoein- g a of it should have been done is true nnd abuse. He seems to think people pull all along the line will laud him 1 m. zzr,:. ' KXM and that it is right that the colored have forgotton how in IBM ho jump- - safe with a handsome majority. FarmM wa i teachers should have the yearly bene- ed on Judge Gully, People's Party Cm:vj:!..m, tho man who hired a Notice. fits of this donation, which, by the candidate for Attorney General, when IVil on ing' on All persoi.s kmwiog thuiuselve.i substitute, showed his love ('!) for the way, is entirely separate nnd distinct the Judge had an appointment to old toldiei by refusing assent to 524 indebted to mo aro i coin' .ted to call yY from the State school funds is also speak here and nobody wanted to ' o. i. on .M. L. Heavriii, Ilartfrrd, and J. pension bills, twenty-thre- e of which Ke-ptrue. But what nbout it? The Bur- hear Rowe, or arranged for him to rebuttle tho same. were from Kentucky. L. T. Cox. z: Vj gess douatiou, in the form of notes ply to Judge Guffy. lie then assail--ztwith interest to 8500, was ed the party of Judge Guffy with his amountiug j Misrepresented. Town Taxes. received by me from Mr. Loncy. Iu so pushing billingsgate. An imjuiry tho Shulu- - ' Those who have not paid their a first-Liver- y The fuud had been loaned by some of himself forward he deprived V G. Singleton discussion at Bells Bun, I town tnxc are earnestly reqiicted to I must mako sottlemy predecessors to an Fulkcrson, candidate for Auditor on reveals the fact that the Waller Dem- do so at once. State official and to a present Demo-crat- ic the People's Party ticket, of oppor ocratic account, which recently ap- - in cut soon anil your piompl action iu tho matter will lie appreciated and On coming iuto tunity to speak, whom the people candidate. peard in the Herald, is a gross mis- will save time and trouble. office two years ago, I approached wanted to hear. To Judge Gully representation of the whole affair. IWy, W. I'. Tiiomao. these gentlemen and their sureties Mr. Neal paid the respectful atten-lio- Far from " scoting'' a victory the wily Notice. and re(j nested payment, that the he always extends to all parties. "scored" around and denied Tho membcis of the Count) Comwhole amount might be put iuto one Mr. Neal voted for his neighbor, Rev. a portion of his platform. His oppomittee, of the People's Party, of Ohio note and save the trouble of three. A. B. Smith, Alliance candidate for nent, however, brought him to time on Comity, are icipiested to meet at Hurt- - jruf The surety on one of these notes paid Delegate, against whom Rowe voted. this TXI---- l point by reading the Democatiu .. siSiisUf- J 1T7 ford next Monday, Oct. 2 1 at l o'clock -it off, amounting as the uote did to Mr. Neal voted for W. F. Coudict platform. The debate was not o tran" ' p. m. to transact some impoitaut busabout 8114, which is now held in cash nominated by a People's Party conM ' '. ' quil ns our Waller friend would have s, " iness. F. W. Piimi.i:, Chni'n. s by me, awaiting the payment of the vention, presided over by W. G. us believe. This is proven by the orremaining part of the principal in orto fill vacancy in Convention; fact that the Chinch authorities hswo ! I'JUhsuw, Pfpt list rn, ''nMiur .lm. It der that it may all be put out at inter' occasioned by the death of II, I). decided to keep their doors closed Jan-SPaa "Sfc7" jj;zzi est in one sum and on which part of Against Coudict Rowe voted. again-- t future political discu.-sjonOf tho Conditio'i of tho principal so paid to me, the six per Mr. Neal has never sought to impose From what we 15. Opposite Citv Scales. DKIVFIt, .Miiiii.rrr. can learn they were cent, has been paid by me to colored himself on the People's Party as Rowe . Wcdo worl: as cheap u anybody, quality & liepainng and driven to this coin so by the actions teachers. Though these gentlemen repeatedly did, failing in which he repainting douo promptly, (iivo us a call. Bt'GGIF.S F.JU.M $'!."i UP. of one Mr. T. J. .Smith, who had the i or their sureties have been repeatedly sought to impose Judge Townscm! on IMH..MII.IHBII1I1 IIU.I 13KJWin audacity to walk on the seats instead I and earnestly requested by me to pay it after it had decided to run and en- of the floor, tf Messrs Smith nnd at least the interest as it came due, dorse no candidate. They resented Holbrook imagine they hnve nccom-At tho Close of Business that the teachers might not have to this meddlesome interference of his plished any thing in their favor at October 8, 1892. I have each and every time by refusing to endorso Townscnd. wait, Iiells Hun that day, thny will think KlttOUIJCFS. been told that the money would be And after trying various members of different when tho stern rcalitiee of Notes and Bill- 8 17,271. 17 forthcoming iu a short time, and just the party to sign sonic statements as the awful facts appall them in tho Heal .'l.OOO.OO eo often have I been representatives of it in his interest, early days of bleak November. l.OOO.OO Furniture and Fixtures.. Now, I could have brought suit and he asked R. T. Render to sign some ICxpcn-L'- s ,51."i,07 J. T. Yatiw. forced payment, of course, but the statements nbout Mr. Neal as a lawCath on Hauu and iu other Banks .10,272.93 cost of such a suit would have greatyer, extent of practice, age nnd Complimentary? ly reduced the fund and I considered The Kosino coricspondcnt of the who readily declined. Rowe $!)2,.")bi).22 that such a course should be tho last then asked him for a statement that Hartford Herald thus refers to Dr. LIAIJILITIFS. resort and I hope and believe that he (Render) was a People's Party S. .1. Wedding: SLM.OOO.OO Capitnl Stock these gentlemen will pay up at an man and Mr. Neal was not the candi"Typhoid fever, which has "been Due Banks 20.0l) early date without the co,t, trouble date of People's Party, not endorsed raging lioro for tho past three luouths, Iutciest and Fxchange. . . . There are only two Kcservo and vexation of a lawsuit. 8(i2..'Jl by it and was a Republican. This is subsiding. s U. G. Uagland now in town 2.2.")0.00 I will here take occasion to state Render agreed to do and signed what Surplus Fund and Mios Ilorteiisc Paget. Both are 00,708.32 that the principal of the notes amount- Rowe indicated without reading it. under tho excellent treatment ot Dr. Deposit Account 500 when turned In this tho ed to less than is mado to set S. J. Wedding and we entertain no 92,08l.22 over to me, nnd hence tho interest on him-c- lf up a better Judge of tho ago fears of their recovery." Iu submitting th's we beg to state notes is not 830 and qualification required of n Comthese interest-beari- ng that Day at Beaver each our business has hteadily grown -a -- i ISl sfL. -C ",.!' The insinuation that the monwealth's Attorney than tho Con- Columbus as stated. mouth since our opening, and Dam. law relating to the furnishing of stitutional Convention, which fixes by the most careful, watchfulness nnd Tho Beaver D.unSchool under tho a strict observance ofthe principles of boundaries of districts to railroad the nge at twenty-fou- r and the qualiwo whose roads pass through fication a licensed, practicing lawyer Miporiutoiulonoy of Miss Dora K. the most conservative Banking, companies, Gibson has prepared an uvtonsivn hope not only to extend our ucqunint-anc- e, the county, lias not been complied for four years. But as n .Justice of but to p'ovo ourselves worthy We aro manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with with is as groundless in other of the the Peace, of Ohio county, Mr. Ren- program for tho colobration of Cotho confidence that is bcni" so liberal' the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasand So lumbus Day, Herald's clmiges nnd insinuations arc der is made to say iliffcieutly. ly reposed in us. Respectfully, vo are hero to ncconimodnte the onable, and ve guarantee satisfaction. I deny that this letter of Esquiro Render's is not I'lio program consists of uppropihtto fulso and misleading. people, each mid every business, the Herald has earned the reward a free will oflcring of his, ns mado to oxerciscs, tho reading of tho Presiappear, but procured by the solicita- dent's Proclamation, tho raising of a courtesy shall bo extended to them, and I here repeat the oiler. tion of that desperate candidate, who lint in no caso shall safety bo sacriBelieving as I do ami as was stated vainly jumps from one bad trick to flar and Humorous bonus and tril- i- ficed for friendship or to obtain busOwens boro, Ky. utus to the flag and to our country iness. last week that tho people are very lit auothcr to get him votes. John H.Baunes, Cashier. fjr-gotten. Republican Ticket. fS m ffllH C &J &$ es ct misrepresenting our order and slandering our County President by publishing slanderous false -hoods,falsely charging him with our order and his ollice, as President of the Ohio County Union, to his political interest, Itr.oot.vr.il, That we, the Ohio County Union, now in session, do declare to the world that James P. Miller, us President of our order, has always opposed the discussion of partisan politics iu our meetings, and by his per.M-toefforts has rendered himself unpopular with ninny of our people. We, therefore, denounce the made charges in the last issue of the lleiald, as fal-malicious Starving Himself Because ho bought his dry goods and slanderous to the reputation of and clothing of other housos who our order and its Picsidcnt. Unancharged him 'Jo por cent, moro tlriu imously adopted by a rising vote and Kahn would for the satuo money ordered to he published in the Hart-finHerald and Ilaitford Rr.iTHU-ca- n Isn't that awful? ami Owensboio F. A; h. JourWedding Spunks at Camp-bollsvillo- . nal. Done by oidcr of Ohio County Union, Oct. 1, 1892. Oamimii:i.i.svii.u:, Ky., Oct. John H. J. S. II. Wedding, of Ilaitford, Secretary pro tern. Ky., addressed a large crowd comro Till'. ii.o diKi'sttoii and posed principally of Republicans ai.d WciilncM. Malaria. rilloiuiicM. iii ... . Democrats, at this place lust night. "".vvs iiiiiJi rn ri. s It enrol (ii :cl ly-- For nalo b" nil leulers ll' He delivered one of the ablest RepubmcJIolu IU) KVUUIUU lican speeches ever delivered at this place. His presentation of the tarill', force hill and money questions ueie the finest and most unanswerable argument ever made in ICcntiuky. He is an orator of unquestionable ability, and Ids speech was listened to with marked attention and made many votes for the paity in this county. We shall ever icnie.'iibcr hi:n for his able effort in our behalf. been continually pins-titutint c, d 1 by tho children of dio school. There will aUo bo a flag drill, motion and speeches by tho littlo onus. Tho moreisos will bo during tho day and at night. Tho IJoaer Dam String Hand and Mrs. McKin-no- y and her music class have kindly consented and will aid iu tho exorTho trustees and patrons of cises. Heaver Dam School seem to bo wide awako and with tho teachers will make this day ono never to be For want of spa jo wo fail to publish tho complete program. Krery citi.cu of Heaver H.tui will no doubt tako a day off and join in this grand demoiutratioii by their toachers,trustees aadlitllu ones. Tho Hornld Donouncod. Wiii:iii:h,TIio Ilaitford Herald has ...', WiJSB V. V 5J!AU -- -- Arc you sioti and and v Scott's Emul-run d 1 "v of Pure P'orvCi a an C on Hypophosphilcs or Lime and Soda build you up and put licsh on you invc vou a trood annctttc. t XL J sill 1 L-ive- ill At-m- mTv-Wi im r l5lfcrLIL UP wmm j. 4 Emulsion ItGUU 5 &y 9 EBILR!- - mmffl te Another Car Load Of Pure Raw Bono for :fa,. ST LINE . s just come in. demand The :ffJA'i gWXLE &B.Q&U 1TH - 5TIUS11EKT, Paw Pone" has cessitated duplicate 33? jarsiki. :a a. order. Send in vour ozrcns orders for this " Pure CASEBIER'S 'BUS HAS 0 KLOOBS price iMlKBfSJMif ! con-olati- ilMBlTiOT Bootsy Give Special attention paid to mail call. orders. I Hon. Augustus E. "Willson, thai noted d. Republican orator, will address tho ers at Hartford next. Friday, Oct. 28th, at o'clock p. f- BLACKSMITHING. V m wiwtv specialty. A large slock best modern Plows, and all kinds of W.&WrtM hand. Call him. Implements I). WILLIAMS. Ukayhk Dam, I-- Also ktwps n, or class and Feed Sfablc, whore von can have your Horses Fed. and Hie best of rigs day or night. Leave "N i n ZsXXSm s" b T .. ivA 11 1 jour s. ders wilh 'MM ?& ac Beaver Dam "" DEPOSIT 111 UM MM. coiii-iihred- 1 SSlji59 ijiML!Safi..-sag- te J ca-c- ro r '- ,s. ITon "WTill X.ils.e F. A. AMES V to-d- ay ht. & CO. FAIR BROS. & CO. 11 Kxtrn futility, whole stock boot 81.50 nt Fair llros. & Co. PERSONAL Notice IlAitirotiD Ivy., Oct. 19, 1892. Ewtoh Rki'Uhmoan: Although I nm a Democrat, I ask of you to publish tho following in your next issue, as it will be tho first paper after date to come before the public: For tho last few weeks both of Hartford's papers have published nothing hut personal abuse concernthe citizens of ing men Ohio county voted, showing by such that they are competent for their ofiicel). NERVE" Makes the successful man now-a-day- s. The big- - merchant is the merchant with "nerve" to stand up to adversity and hit (lie blows that KNOCKS OUT The Arch Unemy tSv of Trade. Fair Bros. Co. have nerve enough to put the E. W. Taylor, Greenville, is in Dr. Colcinnn organized tho l'lcas town. ant Hidgo Uaptist Cliurcli, last May V. M. Stewart, Bcda, called on to cuter upon and goes us Tucsdny. tho duticH as first pastor. Hon. E. P. Neal, Prcntis, was in One of the most interesting sessions town this week. of tho Masonic Grand Lodge of KenG. C. Wcsterfield returned from tucky closed nt Louisville yesterday. Louisville Monday. The entertainment given by the chilJnmes A. Park, Clear Run, wns dren of the Homo nt Masonic Temple in town Wednesday. Tuesday evening was n most enSam G. Rhoads, Waller, called ot joyable afTair. our ollico yesterday. . Ililas Simmon and Mi.s Glennic J. G. Baker, of Grayson county, called at our oilico Monday. Hnkcr, Morton, were married Wednesday evening nt 1 o'clock, by Dr. Miss Lula Johnson attended the Coleman. These are two well known Grecnvilllc Fair hist week. young people and wc join their many Ed. Miller, Prentis'shiWling merfriends in wishing them all the good chant, called on us Wednesday. thing this life contains. Tom Cisebicr nud Albert McCrock-li- n went to Owensbom Monday. lied ticking, 15c (Uc. Canton flaenncl, Will Rhoads, an old College boy, visited friends hero Sunday and Mon75c. per pair. lied blankets, day. Comforts, 75c. Rev. J. It. McAfee attended Church Red flannel, 18c. at Mt. Ilermon Satuiday night and .'10 and 35c. White lintey, Sunday. Cloak, (any stylcs)82.00 to $20.00. R ibert Emmctt Loc Simmerinan Calicoes, 5 to (He, and many other went to Central City last Sunday on bargains as low at Fair Bros. tfc Co. business. Col. Anderson's Bazaar. This old reliable house is fufl of J. S. It. Wedding had an ap- knife clear into the vitals of high prices. Th Timorous Shrink from doing this, but it's the only way to move seasonable goods. pointment I.i- -t .Monday at Urecnshtirg, which place ho was met bj Gen. S.H. Bnckner. Col. Wedding handled the Gen. without gloves and to the en tiie satisfaction of the Republicans, of Green county. An account of the debate came in too late for publication. at FAIR BROS. by showing CO. Thomas II. Hewlett and .Miss Li..ie Johnson, lMeamnt Itidge, were married Tuesday, at ti o'clock p. m., Dr. Coleman ollieiating. This is tho culmination of a courtship extending over feveral years and binds together the true hearts of two mint excellent young people. May long life, prosperity and happiness he theirs. Mrs. Maggio Moslcy Dean, wife of G. S. Dean, Godmnii, and daughter of Mrs.Jennie Mosley.of Hartford, Propose to lead the trade in Hartford just how they Win by Nerve. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. OoMCLno-excisL- l HKTTKlt KNOWN AS TIIK died at her home last Saturday, and was buried here on Sunday. She was a most excellent woman and the hearts of her many relatives and friends are mourning her loss. The family have the sympathy of the entire community. has been Our Job Department somewhat embarrassed by the breaking of a press a few weeks ago, but we Hotel 0 PALMER HOUSE. .if,s'. en. is. iton i ; mus. a jc. wiLLLXGirjLu.rrops. 4 Meals 25c- per day. Rates $1-0Newly Furnished. Main ami the Hiver, Ouensboro, Ky. Knst Mtlc Fredcrica, between J' Fondinnl Furniture I ! HON. SON. AUGUSTUS E WILL- - have just received a brand row Job Press and arc ready for all kiuds of work. Urine your letterheads, note- hcads.cnvelopes, cards, statements, Gono Homo. billheads, circulars, bills, posters and Very unexpectedly tho death anothei job printing to our oflice, where Sulyou will get good work at rcsonahle gel isited the little town of lust Sunday morning, phur Springs prices. and called away ono of its best citHon. AiiL'iistusE. Willson, ono of izens. Herbert Leach had been ill the ablest Republican oratois of the of typhoid fever but was thought to Nation, will address the voters of Ho died suddenly bo improving. Ohio county at this place, next FriSunday morning when no one was in day, Oct. 28, at 1 o'clock p.m. Every tho room. He was an exemplary, Republican m tho county should and honorable and upright man, a devout h earnestly reiinsted to b. present and earnest Christian. Ho was just and hear Mr. Willson. This may be in tho business world, and his the Inst time you will have a chance rising death is a sovero loss not only to his to hear tho principles wc endorse and but to his community uphold fully discussed by so able an young family orator before the November elec- and tho county. Tfcm liko this is of no interest whatever to the public. Thoy make enemies nud drive tho good people away from Hartford, ugainst which they havo a natural grudge anyway. We all havo faults aud nobody ever detects their own, but only tho faults of others. So let cvorhody attend to his own business and they will have plenty to do. If the editoisof b)th tho Hartford papers want to havo fun of their own by abusing each other, (election news schemes not included,) why don't they go nud transact their business in the woods, get lost, never return and let sonic other editors run a distinct DemDr. J. P. Williams, ono of Owons-boro- V ocratic and Republican paper, with most popular dentists, was in interesting news, bring the people to town this week. Hartford and not drive thciu away, Miss Mary Taylor left yesterday as there can he no peace in a commufor L'lisville. where she will remain nity where tne officers lay and fight for some time. A Di:ioc:uat. from day to day. John 0. Thomas and unther, Mrs. Herald please notice nud copy. Mary Ann Thomas, went to O.vens-borThis sensible Democrat would no yesterday. doubt made a good newspaper man, W. 11. Jones, one of Fordsville's but if he was eompallcd to deal with most pruuii.icut Republicans, made an unprincipled sheet like the Hurt-for- d us u plenant call Wednesday. Herald, ho too might now and Mrs. Win. Ward. Sr., Kiuderhook, then havo to say unpleasant things. is visiting her brother, J. B. Wallace, Eil.j near Big Springs, Hardin county. Rev. G..T. Bean, Hartford; Jo. It. Sails of Evert Description. Taylor, McIIenry; David Loudon, Men Suits, Rosine; S.un Mirtou, Coral v, were Boys Suits, among those who attended the MasonYouth Suits, at Louisville this ic Grand Lodge Child Suits, week. Law-Sui- ts, Judge William Milligan, of tlio Commercial Hotel, Hartford, and his Divorce Suits. Miss accomplished And any other kind of Suits at lowLura Williams, stopped with friends in f liia fltv Sitmlnv on their return est prices at Kahn's Trade Palace. Central City Herfrom Glasgow. For Salo. ald. A good farm containing 212 acres of land. About one half cleared;good Our neighbor.Charlie, is still in town, Lies improvements; well watered. II. Field come to stay. Cascbierit Burton are getting along four miles South of Fordsvillc on the In their good old honest way. extension of the Owcnsboro & Falls of Rough railroad. For terms, call on or Joans Joans Clothin g. address, Johx J. MoHi:khy, Hartford, Ivy. Wo havo a fino assortment and 8 tt you will do well to come and got Col. J. S. R- - Wedding at our prices -- nt Kahn's Trade Pahico. n r, NICE SEASONABLE GOODS which are offered far cheaper than any house in town. An inspection of our stock will soon convince you that WE ARE THE PEOPLE f'o Trade With. Goods, Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes, Millinery, &c, we offer some-rarbargains. e -- In Dry ONE PRICE TO lALLQ Is our motto. Don't fail to come and see us. No trouble to show goods. Conie in and feel at home with us. We will treat you pleasantly and take pleasure in showing you our immense stock. Home. The famous young orator can tell vou all about tho cominr election. Ho knows thero is no equal to Kahn's Trade Palace, where you can find tho finest suits, overcoats, hats, shoos, etc., at tho lowest prices. fek gMffii!M!ffi PALL ANNOUNCEMENT. t3 business on a very limited scalo and by honest, square dealing I have built up a trado in the Republieans, Hon. A. E. Willson will speak here next Friday, Oct. 28. Don't fail to hear him. REPUBLICAN Campaign Hats and Badges at our store at cost at Kahn's Trade Palace. Hamilton, tho noted Elocutionist, will visit week nnd on Friday 28, will entertnin our citicus with one of his wonderful exhibitions, composed of Wit and Humor, Seuso and Nonsense, Songs, itc, Ac. Tis very seldom that Hartford is honored by such exhibitions, we, therefore, bespeak for Mr. Hamilton a large nnd appreciative audience. Dr. Laudis, Williamstou Female College says: "I have never seen his equal." Dr. Abernathy, Rutherford College, N. C, says: "He is simply unsurpassed." Admission, 25c, Children, 10c. Charles E. Humorist and Hartford next night, October Three years ajjo 1 boan Millinery and Dress Making Line That anyone should bo proud of. I have just returned from Louisville, and I don't call it East, liko soino of my competitors. It is useless to name what I handle,for you know too well, and I ask you to come and see mo and look at the prottiost, cheapest lino of goods in tho Green River Country. Ho S Clerics, No If you need anything in the livery, cull on C L. Field. C. L. Field is still running regular to Heaver Dam with his 'bun. t Leave your orders with C.ise'oior Burton, lor anything in Livery. Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night, nl Cnsebier & Burton's Stable. The best bargains in town are found nt the Ua.aar. Call on us. For General' Ward "Robes -- Saka it Wc can use about good Feathers. 500 Mi:. Dressers, Suits,"Rock-cr- s or any thing in the pounds of Furniture Kaiin'u Thadi: Palaci:. Don't fail to sec our iino of ladies mid misses hats. They arc beauties. Saua it Mi:. our 82 spring-he- el They arc tho best school Caiison it Co. hIioo in Hartford. Col. J. S. It. Wedding will address tho voters at Sulphur Springs, Saturday, Oct. 2!), at 1 o'clock p. in. Line, see T. .1. MORTON. w2k' lEftl - Try a pair ot shoes. N.N. &M.V.R.R. - fc.JLrnKk iiima... iW Children's shoes 5 to 8, 25c; misses' shoes 8 to 12, 55c; 12 to 20, 75e; TRMNS I.KWP. IWWT.It HAM. U to 7, 75c, and 81.00, at Fair TIUINS OOINH WKST. IJ.lor.M. Bros, it Co. No. 5. Hull inti:ipn11:30 r. ". No. 7, 1.liiu loJ l'.xri-You can find everything you want THAINS (iOINd llAS'l. !"'A' " in dry goods, shoes, millinery, itc, nt No. , Hill anil llxprr" l " No, , l.linltnl KT0i" i Como and hear him, and altion. Suits and Overcoats for Fat so invito your Democratic and Third Hon. Party neighbors to como with you. You can find a full selection nt our Every Republican Club in the counstore for little money. ty is expected and should be present. Kaii.n'h Tuapi: 1'ai.aci: E. D. Gully, of Hartford, one of South and Iihoa lawyers and tho most prominent The free dinner brought a considspeakers of the Green River Country, addressed the McKinley Republican erable crowd of Democrats to town Club at Taylor Miues last Tuesday last Saturday, about 1 m of whom He ban lied the tarill and took part in the forlorn hope parade night. Hon. Barry money question and the proposed from Heaver Dam. honest election law in n way to prove South, of Frankfort, was speaker of that tho Republican policy is the best tho day tor tho Third Party and lion. His exposifor tho whole people. John S. Rhea, of Russoilvillo, for tho tion of the Protective Tarill" System Democrats. It was a lively day. as upheld by tho Republican party South opened in a fair speech of an which ho severely was clearly demonstrated to bo in per- hour and fect harmony with tho Constitution, criticised tho Democracy. Ho was as shown by the history bf our Gov- especially able in his exposition of ernment, from the administration of tho Democratic position on Frco Washington to tho present day, nnd Silver and State Banks, and this, by this in the face of tho fact that the tho way, Mr. Rhea failed to answer. Democratic party m its platform deMr. Rhea in his two hours deliv nounces tho Protective Tarifl'System ered tho usual Democratic speoch, as unconstitutional. which in point of delivery was very fino, whilo in point of fact was com Mr. Hoid's Essay. want honest trade, honest paratively weak. Tho crowd treated If you goods at honost prices, go to Kahn's. Mr. South unfairly in breaking up llo is tho merchant you can roly on. as soon as Rhoa was through. Fun lor All. l $300? Insurance to Pay on z When you buy from mo. Thanking ono and nil for past fovors, and hoping to havo a continuance of tho same, I am yours to please, MRS A. BARNARD Sfi Beaver Dam, Ky. mBmmmmmmmmssmBsifo $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- Is it possible a Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, uuu nanus, and anau lips, lur auuie price i Huggy with Silver-plate- $65 i w J5 G V- d Public Speaking. Hon. G. W. Long, Leitchfiield, will address the McKinley Republican Club, at Taylor Mines Every Republican of McIIenry and Beaver Dam precincts should turn out nud hear this able speaker. The Twentieth Semi-Annual E 3 i u a sH a o o M M po FRIDAY, OUTOBKK Trade with Carson 21, 1892. it Co. 28. NEXT FRH)AYCT. K. Hon. Augustus Friday. Willson next Car-bo- h More new hats just received at it Go's. Col. J. S. It. Wedding speaks at Whitesville to morrow night. New crop of sorghum inohisses Williams Bros. fino quality. K. nt Willson will Hon. Augustus Hartford next Friday. speak at JS thave, If you wnnt shampoo, call on Archie fancy barber. n shinglo or Cain, tho Wo havo a big lino of boots. Como and sco our stock. Causon & Co Iu this issuo will bo found tho statement of tho Beaver Dam Deposit Hank. Tho Bank is m a flourishing condition. The school nt Alexander, which is under tho management of Prof, W. II, Barnes, will celebrato Columbus Anderson's Bazaar. and dinDay with music, Saiia it Mi:, Proprietori?. ner on the ground, and in the afterCol. C. M. Baructt addressed n noon speeches by Messrs. 0. M. largo and enthusiastic body of Re- Shultz and It. Foster. Tho trustees publicans at Short Creek last Sat- and patrons of tho district and tho in day. public in general arc cordially invited Your horso liko the bed bug has to bo present on that day. A Scuoi.au. has no wings, hut if you havo him Burton's stnbo ho fed nt Cnsebicr it Cooler. Clear will get thero nil the same. Timo for overcoats is now. Got E. D. Gully will address tho Re- one from 1.00 to 18.00 at tho fapublican Club at Bcdn next Wednes- mous Kahn's Trade Pahico. m Let evday night nl G:30 o'clock. A Sonous Accidont. ery old member and many new ones Miss Emma Rhoads, tho bright fifbe present on this occasion. teen year old daughter of Sam G. K. D. Gufly and M. L. Ileavrin Rhoads, of tho Wcsterfield neighbors will address the voters at Mollonry, hood, this county, whilo assisting in Monday night, Oct. 24. Speaking feeding a enno mill about teu days will commenco at 0:30 o'clock, after ago got her left hand caught and terwhich a Republican Club will bo or- ribly crushed between tho rollers. It ' ganizcd. was serious enough to cuuso tho Mani A protracted meeting is in progress pulation of two fingers and a portion at Mt. Hcrmon, being conducted by of tho hand by 'Drs. Hoover nud Rev. K. E. Pate, assisted by Rov. Jo. llarnhill on last Friday. At last acQuito counts she was doing reasonably well A. Beunett and Rov. Davis. an interest is beiug taken and wo hopo and wo hope sho will soon bo able to bo out again. much good may be accomplished. flng-rnisin- g A Grand Timo. Statement Heavy brown Cotton, 5c a yard. Blankets, the very best, $1.50 a pair. Full stock Boots, l.oO a pair, only nt Kahn's Trade Palace. . or THE BI OF T June Write for our New 80 page Greenville Fair- At the Clone ol IIiihIuchh, 30, IU2, CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY J - and Last week was tho timo set npart for the Grccnvillo Fair. Largo crowds were in attendance each day nnd the grounds wcro in good condition. Tho trotting and running was good, and tho rings were all that could be ex pected. Altogether, Greenville hnd a good Fair. Dr. Shiton, as President, gavo entire satisfaction, RESOURCES. A Big Surpnso. Overcoats worth $13 for it jo .4 .i 10 ii ii l() y 7 ;) All wool " 7 i. At Kahn's Trade Pahico. A Storehouse and lot in Rosino, known as tho Frank Heavrin propApply to J. E. I'oglo, erty. Hartford, Ky. NccJlnt a tonic, or children that want building up, tlioulil take Another Accidont. 859,317.09 Bills discounted Win. D. Smith, of Adnburg, while 3,000.00 Real estate Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 loading n saw log on a wagon a few 1,341.67 days ago, had his leg broken in three Bonds 743.54 Debts in suit places by tho log falling on him. In Cnshoiihaud&in othcrb'ks 40,420.79 loading tho log one end of it was roll8105,823.09 ed upon the skid faster than the other. Ho tried to slip it back even with tho LIABILITIES. 830,000.00 other, so tho log would c.'imo on tho Capital stock 70,798.20 wagon straight, and in doing so the Deposits 15.05 skid Duo other Banks slipped ofl'tho wagon and tho log Dividend 4 per el. declared 1,200.00 fell nnd caught Mr. Smith, resulting 225.00 Fund to pay tnxes 3,584.84 ns stated above. He is getting along Profit aud loss uicely and hopes to bo out in a few 8105,823.09 weeks. I, S. K. Cox, Cf. ... Catalogue Rio t? of Vehicles. K M g S. S 58 Jfl o p of alt kinds Address CO. OHIO, U. S. A. TAX-PAYER- S! j do both yourself and me a You Avill ia-v- or For Sale. be correct. Since tho first day of August this year wo havo given nway with each $15.00 worth of goods bought at our mej this Juno 30, houso Sworn to before K. COX, PllUSIDENT. swear tho above to To our Patrons and Friends. , LADIES It Ii iiltoant and llfllouuicss. nnowx'sUV, curwihtteim. ihon Malaria. Xo lodlgw-Uoo- , All dtalera keep It. 56 Presents of Silrtmie froo of charge, nnd sold goods lowor dividend of 84,00 A than any other houso in tho State. per share was this day declared, pay-ab1892. Kaiin'uTiude Palace. on aud after July 5, semi-annulo 1892. A.T.Nau., D.CO.C.C, by calling upon me or oneofmydep' uties and paying your taxes before the six per cent, penalty is added which will be done the first of November. Please attend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, S. C. TAYLOR, Sheriff Ohio Co. nw iarwmr mmmmmmmfmrnti wnnwii'"! inn. itk I ' n - nmn.wi.il f .. HI!. r -- riurmiiiinnrinnft""ii"Hfifr -- . ' V jrrjir,i - " -- m Hartford Republican QUIT Destruction of tho Earth's Creatures todeMrovtheheautilul fieWAUB. inii'.vui.wr.ss. IIAIIIT liy II in ii ! Ih- cussing 1. Ken-lucky ol So girat becim"' tho wiekediio that dud resolved men on the ea.ll. Whon tho Old Man Camo Down tho Tree." liliir.lul) !. A. I.. Clark, of tlio Seeond (Jtiiiijrcs-'ioiiii- l District, who has jack kuiven that were voted him uioru for lining the ugliest man on thu fair ' grounds than any other man in the told a Blade man how the Hon. statu, lames MeKeime, World's Fuir from Kentucky, gave up Mr. McKeiuio U the fiii--t swearing. of the South, a wit, and a genorator tleman of the polish and finish necessary to make one as universally popuu-INI! U...U. Here is Clink's st:ry: living thing pave two of every creat ular us he is. "Jim's father was n strict church- ine should ho destroyed To save man. He had ideas ahout liiinging them (Sod, therefore, told Noah to up his boys winch were too high to be huildan A,k, which was an immense Ynn knmv it" won't Jo to , ...... ..rnn.innl i.i ... i.. " . cnpaiiiu hi " nil iiiim to make a saint out of n boy, espe-- 1 j,;., try but two of every spcc'ci One day after in Kentucky. f livnig'tliing found upon tho earth, a lecture from the old man, Jim and , evt, 0f every clean lie:it, which ' I.lo l.r.I...M out to tlm 1.,,1.-..- . sIimlI,l ho for food during the t.methat house and sat down to talk the matter ie,,,(,.( reniiiin in the.Vrk. It require ,, ,jme t construct so large a Jim said lie had never had ,,,) over. enough swearing to satisfy him. Vpp1 mil wo tniv iiimcinp how He eaniesuy His brother ngrced with him. .. .,., i. ijwi . iiitii Milium 10 enliven mi IIIU rr.. , ltl-- ill It? WIU I1II1U V.V1I il'.il-tI had never luriiif- - under tho pilot house is called, then tlieir wickctliic-et llcpIe rni tongue of the ciissin' that was in Ins lMe t;llle ;,., ltiill i nr, but they into tho pilot hoiv--o itself, where tho Jim proposed that they go were ? ccirrnnt that none irnvu heed young Kentuckian explained tho heart. I .......1'tt.j .,- fl.rt Lira ..-,. down into tne wooiisaiid nave a nav in !.; iF.rnini wimn ..t lm.t .. ....ra..., .. " "o ...-.-. ' b " ..,., ...... .'.. nimbleil about for more tnan an . . . . . .. ........ ...t.. u,v) ...,,.. uii-a- i theArk was completed, U..d coin- - hour, examinins tho engines, tho until they ielt satibfied. nianded Xoah to entei, t wfthcr with furnaces under tho long boilers amid "Otl they went, Jim cussing every- - l,j3 wjfc mid sons and their wives and tho long "social hall," or with t httlo loow opening thing he could think of; then he cuss- - ,wo ufnH creatures, both ereat and w - I" ' I III, lllllllll VI1 II1I1KM1 ed his brother; then his father, and small nniiunis, nirns, insects and ev- - III1 1. WOnderingly by tho Clay ,,IK)n His brother cry living thing. then all the neighbors. tjeven days theie county maid then tho bell rang, sailed in on the horses and dogs and alter a great rain began to fall, which warning visitors to go ashoro. "Hope you enjoye 1 youivelf," said cattle and then began on the church continued for a period of forty .lays voung Cobb, ns he helpeil tho girl '. He eus.ed the preacher, and as many nights. members. lhe water ;,iong tho gang plank to tho shore, the hat, the or- rose rapidly, and the wicked people the man who "I did," fcht-- said, and her eyes fell, ganist, and then he cii8.-e- d Jim nud andcieatures that were dimmed to She had noticed somo ono sho did They wound up on the old man. tied from their homes and ,10.t J'"1;0 to see. "And when 1 come back next cussed everybody nnd everything. coves and places month HI likely bo on another lioat. Just as they were about to leave, hav- the reach of the waters, but little did I'd ui0 to ,how you over her too." ing satisfied themselves that they had this avail them, for the flood ro-"I'd like it," she t aid, "but I reckon cussed enough lor one day, they heard we'll have to give it up." -, h.gcr, , .,,,, ,, ., covering the plain- then -a rustling of the leaves overhead. the lulls at last the higlie.-- t uioiiii- nim's that.' I'd bo llglUCMl, I'm They looked up and aw the old man sure. tain top, mi that eveiv thing pen-lie- d coining down the tree. "Oh, I can't tell," she baitl, with nut hovered within flip Ark Mini lln "He had been sitting aloft listensomething of ii coyne-- s iii her bimle. :n i i l.i ti'juu i. f iiuuiiuiu eiiii ...:.i. .i... iiun iiii ,.;..JJ: n ing to his boys. He had heard them desolation. er-g"Well, goodby, Miss-- nh. when they made the compact at the Xot a thing was visible save Noah's by." Ho extended hij hand nud sho smokehouse, aud, knowing where vcs-e- l, which alone rode the waves took it. thev usually loafed in the woods, lie i "Yes, I'd like to look over tho next ....... ,i. ...;.i n.i l till l I Will 11 IlllliWl IMt'l lilt Ml'lti lioat with von, but' . and sho had headed them oil by hurrying there wide wa-t- e with nothing to bieak ,,iauced under her un the hill Having come down, he tlll'll' ftirrn Ill'llillSt. to listen. tn n littl.i tlmt tlMul tlmrn took the boys one at a time and proonly to tell the truth, I'm going to W. C. IiK.U.u.v. ceeded to wear out a switch he had bo married next month." "Oh!" exclaimed Cobb, "and I cut for the purpo--- c while up the SHI I.Oir.M-'M'.Itltlllt.i can't be here. Can't you put it offi" tree. The boys were uot satisfied with ciiilnr'.itiirrli, iii'..l.-ri- i mi. I ho laughed. Not long after Sol.l l. .. Wiim.i l.riftii. .t Urn. the day's results. . a "Not now, I reckon," thu yirl antheir father had them lower him in swered, holding hi-- hand nnd glanc- Public Speaking. the well iu the yard for the purpose uiu uui, you Co C M.llarnett, t.. ..II! nom-- , lllb "li ill" "1" .iuiiiii, th(J n()W f nt of inspecting the bottom of the same. Longres-jiCon- -' to." the nice for The old man fastened himself to one District, will speak at the The mate had given the order to end of the rope and the boys lowered following times and place.-- : hoist the gang plank, nnd already tho bun slowly by turning the old fashionwhile tho big Ilrandenburg, Saturday, Oct. 22. stern wheel of the boat began to turn ed windlass. He had lustiucted them lrvington, Saturday night, Oct. 22. blowly, Col)b knt.w that cvetyboily to watch the rope and when he shook llardin-burMonday, Oct. on board was looking nt him, and ho it they were to raise him. They linknew, too, that tholueky bwain must Cloverport, .Monday night, Oct. gered near watching for the wriggle be in tho crowd on tho hillside. But ope.iMiig ai p. m. .in.iT p. in. ho the biide. It was a rous- Naturally they began of the rope. J.. 4i7 iij aiuiit.-i- i ij iiiijiiuii, talking ahout the day in the wood, A XASAI. l.Jt:iTOI( Ir. .'nil!. it n young fellow dashed out of ono and both agreed that they would nevt'al urli Id nif.l. Prli.-'.i- i ii nt of tho littlo groups nhead aud ) .. IT..) in- lintliiuv I!p. er have sworn any more if the old ed toward him. it on them as be "Drop erl ho shouted. tnan had not played IMmijr But Cobb was away liko tho wind, They felt they owed him one. ire l.roleti d.inn milIVi'mohs or hout.liuli did. nveriiiirk and as ho bprangou tho ptago it swung Iron Ilitter.s Ju.t then Towner, the big family dog c"" lirowii'is hI.1. down sons to almost throw him in rtliiHili the .tlncUlon, ruimrci faof the old Kentucky home, and a of bllv. autl curei umlatU. (ii the the water. Tlio young man shook his fi.stnu-grily- . vorite, joined the hoys at the well. looked at his brother and then WIIV IVII.I, VOI', kIimI, Jim I'nr "Don't," pleaded tho girl, laughing. .... nil. I. the dog, ami a couversition took will M.I.I I.J .. Wiijiii. lilllliil A llio. "Didn't you know I was onlv foolin I'll. place which was not creditable to the all tho time?" The reniilt was that they took dog. "But ho kihsed you," yelled tho Suporintendout's Visits, stalwart young man. the favorite and threw him headlong MONDAY, Ol'l'. 2f. "Oh, John," sho laughed, "ho was down the well. S OVIoel',No. .10; Albert l.onilon, only salutin tho brido." "They did not run away as inos-- t teacher. 1 :.0, And tho laugh that rang X. !; A. It. Ken-fro- deck nnd shore was echoed out from That would boys would have done. timo nnd teacher. 2:110, No. OS: again from tho hills of old Clay. Dehave given them away. They remainh'elix, teacher. troit Freo Pre.--s. ed ut the well talking about the divisTl!ll)AV, DC!'.. 2."l. Jim ion of the wealth of the estate. A Hot Liuitl. Mills, teacher. S, No. 01; l.oo In eastern Oregon and boutheast-r-ri- i was going to he master of the plantateacher. ll:!10, No. 7; I), ll.dod-.uy- , Washington btretches it vast tion, and he was going to swear when2:.iO, No. ; Mi-- s l.uey 15. Tnwn-Mtnsandy plain. Somo of tho Presbytehe felt like it. At that moment ever rian delegates passed through this teachor. They they saw the rope wriggle. delightful sweatbox on their way to wi:i)Nii).V, iii.t. 215. The dog knew it was not the dog. Portland. There was ono man among S::tO, Xo. Ill; .Mm. .1. A. NVud them, though not of them. When is, he was an intelligent brute; that 1:110, Xo. (ill; Mius the train reached Umatilla Junction bad been, but his intelligence did not din";, teacher. lAlico Mowiinin, teacher. 2:110, Xo. ho looked out of tho window nt tho run in the line of wriggling a rope to waving ben of sand dunes. A .sobedrawnout of a well.The boys laid on 8; Miss M.iririu Stevens, toaehor. lemn look stole over his countenance, Jo. 11. IvO(ii:is. tho ridges of care hardened, his lips the windlass and drew up tho rope in low, rushing parted uinl ho weight. Jim remarked to his with its tones, "I'll bu darned if that blisi.j (ii.iiifftioii .ma in: brother, iu answer to a ipiestion, that aiii. vol' lrilll-a"- Ilia III Ai.itlt., Villuu tered country won't huvo to be ferVlt.itii-he knew it was the old man they had, la ii ..,..i I lilt tilized before tho resurrection day to . 111... raise tho dead." lho gurglo of a and not the dog, as he knew the old K.il.l I.J V. Wiijiii. lilllliil I aJa loaded flask in action broke tho painThey continued to man's weight. Tlifj i:uj;le u u hjiubul. ful hilenco that ensued. Omalut Bee. draw until the familiar head and face In Europe there- nro htill tho eagles He had of Austria, Russia and (Jermany, l.lknl I'lilltrnraa. appeared. of the Iliibband Why do you buy such n He got oil others pertaining to minor prina firm grip on the rope. lot of trash every timo you go outf the loop, and looking at Jim, asked, cipalities. An ablo writer remurka Wife Because tho eleiks nro bo of tho that "owing to the 'Which one of you threw the dog in?' western einpiro during tho rulo of polite. Thoy don't tti-'- t u bit liko you do about it. -- Now York Weekly. Jim said, 'Father, you know I cannot tho Byzantine Ciesars tlio world hineo tho timo of Augustu-hco- u tell a lie,' His father remarked that without ono or two emperor.-o-f it was too late iu the day for him to llio Cluli Aniline Sinuu'-atho Romans. Tho present Alls Tho club or niaco wns probably play any (ieorge Washington busiholding bcarce-J- the firht, as it is tho mo-j- univon-al- , trian emperor, though ness nnd led him to the smokehouse, u province of Adrian's, is the weapon, ami every nation would where he labored with him efleclual-lof Clinrlomange, M'oin to huvo homo form peculiar to direct Micco-so- r Then he interviewed Jim's broth- who was crowned in Rome, emperor itself. Tho Maori hjient years of from labor in grinding to hliajio his of the Romans, tho sixty-ninter likewise. Augustus." Tlio czar of Russia lieart- "merai" out "That night iu their little bed 'room tho double headed eagle, which was .....w..itf. ...... Il.ii Vnll. T1..I1of jndo or ..:... ....n.... , uoiiiiu natuuu ' i;ti iinitiiiu, niu up under the slmiglos on which the assuined by tlio Grand Duko Ivan peb- lmi:ti (l j10lo throii'di u uasiiovitz, wno m in imirntHiao rain used to patter, the brothers ili.-))lol)y amppinj,' water on it whilo nudsed the Htihject of profanity from a phia, daughter ot Thomas Paleolo Iu)ti ,.. tIms Umm tho ia.ml of ,,ig nnd nieee of tho last emperor if ,,,,,. tho Fijian found ready to his philosophical standpoint, and each Kiw T lT ,llL..lltlMllk Tlltrlllllllr1 VU"m""""u la ' ii tree, wiioso evenly ruiliuting "Jm A agreed that there wai nothing in it. Tho German emperor ".' reigns over ' ,(mts i, into mi evnr-- lil.-n-. Tlio next morning they were bent BouioRoinan provinces nnd bears eh8 oniioinediuiv.il "niorgenstern," i down the well to get tho body of the BitiKlo headed eapjlo with tho crown ,' iho Swiss bat tered down Chtirlomiinge. The single headed til0 Austrian ranks ut Senipneh. dog and then they had to dip the well of eagle, with tho imperial Pen-ia-n n riu I never knew .Inn McKcn.iu title by tho first Nnioleon Bona ,..u maeo of tho . iu.,i dry. f ttl.i rmim.i r to swear after that," said Mr. Clark, parte, sets forth tho union of the ,ixormoror.uliatingl)lades)rridge8, "until he heard that Cleveland wai whole Roman empiro us tho trmli , UII(1 lll(1 ()ftt. n i,.lH(jt i,jit lik0 a In tome renpect1, Bah, it tionnl aim of his family. All this MW,mi. t10 terrible Mahmiid of defeated. BtrikliiKly harmonizes with tho ml- - ohuzni, liko tho knight of Bolder of Ken- was a mUfortuiio for thof-tat. .... .. i.i.. .....l.it.. ..:..!. i..i .. ,.,..i tnitteil faet of tho eontiuuaneo to the ruii-i- , : : i,i vn iiim i. luuti tucky thut Mokeiuiu wan kcwed of , present time, though in u divided Btei;1 ii. mi niiiiuten pound weight full ,.,.. ..... a........ , ...... n.tr, aml moi-o,- ' in miuii uu fctato, of cuiwiii'. jio ii.,iiiii.iiieiii.ii ii wus wiin mis that geiitleiniiui, salt, in all respect that he Kts thoughts ns to what may ho hoehattered tho idol of Sotnnauth ,. . ... nroud and , tho lutiinnto meaning of tho words, iM.fimi tlm vih of tho hnrriilnl , (u .i.ui.J. WOUIU liuvc iiuiii .,W, ii""-- ...;. :..... i , ....i.i. niruwiiiK ai... i .......CI.UU I., llin .ujr .o, uiiiuvi noor . ti...i i!.. i uiu it. ... i.:- . ....ai. ' 11 tho eagles 1)0 gathered together." vitll ,I0 uaiien witnm. if lie tonUuuul to f -as lie id iu others, WeatuilnBter Roviow. Chamberu' Journal. er , , -I noil. I ui.;..l. tor the illume he had lust ot being made in His image and Now among the many likene-- i. tliouauds ol people who were on the earth, there was hut one who found Thu ono exfavor in (.Sod's eyes. ception was Noah, who had always walked upright and given praise" for the manifold hlcsMiig (5ml had he- Noah had three stowed on mankind. sons, all of whom had also wives, and the families were devoted to the things . which were just and ughteoiK When God destroyed the world, He his family Noah and excepted from the calamity, reserving them to , ... .. .. ... . , i Young rciio siinnnt the tin limit iimi r.rM'i. Lljwrty Landing is tho n.iniu of a abash Miia ptaeo touched by tho ,..,,,,.,, all(1 , MN,;mi.i rivor. Bo- .itni.ion ,niiiii hut llonu'ln Ti'ii Iii.in nilinliilslrrhitfllr. lliilmV 'urt-il iho i.tiiton Ml State Birectory notirniir -i .in i, hi liilniiil, mtliiiiil Ili'iil-uliilil) (liilili'ii Sitfcllle. uhill hi l 4li""l loi iiillnlinlli'i' 11i- ..ilnht. Unit II l f,iy, ..... 1111 camo it was tho foro ,i,0 place at which boats stopped to send goods over the hill to tho town of Liberty, In Clay county, tho old homo of tho lames boys. Of course- tho landing never amounted to very much those places never did, being 'jnly depots for larger towns somewhere back from tho river from which they got their names. Our boat reached tlio landing one enutiful Juno morning just nfter Minrise, nud there was a larger crowd to greet us than usual. Among tho visitors who camo on ,)0.ml WM n protty Rirl of twenty, n sl,jL.i- - nna 6,Km j n ow canco 0f modest design, while her sweet faeo lx'cped out coyly from tho great, old fashioned .,bonnet that enveloped .it. . , g J rush of nil tho young fellows on board tho boat to show her through the steamer. Sylvester Cobb, of I'jsville. a wealthy youth of o 'i""ior loute. , u i.iaiit.--- i, ...is uu jjret to ,vaL.h licrf.j,l0. "Lot mo have tho pleasure of show-ciall- y ing you over tho steamer," ho said, raW"K lliri llilt with much ceremony. "1 lloll't CaVO," Fllill tllO Iliuill BUT1- )h.t ..j beijt.vo ni Hko to sco how bho looks." So they went on tho upjier deck, where n good view of tho river was obtained, then into the ofllcers' irunr- .. inl '.il. in- liiinili. ill-. f lln Knnwli'lui' iimi will iill'H I IiI1h-, i ll- rittarj I..I imiiiinr ul lult IH .... . I l ! .. ... .'. V. Hrmm M.I'. Mf.ilcl lli'ulli' , t In nr tall 'i Cfi'Mi-i liiolariigiirii Inn lliiiian.l n i iiiiiiiMin-1..- ..W.,1. Ilf ii.Iiu k I. Niirinuii Il.litj Unit It, it. Mkfiti iv r '1'nBflNl&": o jsxr A w-- n jf,oil-W - w r -- i eiimriii in mm liiiir(iiiilil "illi ll"-- ' unit ii nil r iiiiiiiilnlii) rir lln alK.rllii-.i- l s Kiii'inl"'! Clin til tn tiiuir fno. A.l.li-- - tl .il.1- liHKclamk ol mil.- fi vo. ! i:n uil. lint ! In- - Mli'ui.l. llli.Mr .JUlllllllt'lll'l'l .,l.ilru 'Mi Nul. Clttk I'lil.lu-l'iliitt--r I'uMi.' ii . ...V, I' 'IIioiii'oii . A.l.lnuif u" ...II 1'tilk.lnllliaKI in I si'iu'ii'it , :t..ri: mi l1 ' 1 liattl.Ollli-- Cm ii. I mill I tirl i I'on.c-iH'- - Ilit- - Itli Mnmliiy In Dr. I'enner's .Sill K'netini Oii.t-nio- nt is tho "guiiKlest u ediciiio uev made by man." For nil skin eruptos.uish or inoii-- ov tions. Wan-antereturned. Forsnlo b) L.li,lli.aii. Iiullifi-it'oi' l'loil rta.Kervnumeii. uml i Poiiuliio cUtu rccoratm t.l It. A '1- - ' ' ' bajUaile mark uad i runM rill ltat uu rojiiwr. ,li. I'niiiiiii.iiMi-.illir- Ulorni-- ) CI, ii, Ini. Niii I' IIiiiiIhii'I. I 1 M) l.l'I.ilti" i. il I IJ II !h .Mill. ii lit rmiiml r I i i ..r .iliiiin) CI, -- In P Minimi ",x r!r. '..'.'', llull-ruu,'1"--r,- r .! ' .!'-,- .tf ,H ! ! ,. -- T"T -- . 'Lz ,n l nil..'. , HitMmii-Ii- ht cure. K.irim-rl- brc::w3 t.io.v cnrrRZ Mn'.v i. .u i J P i liiiii-o- ii ?vS .:$.. AifWV ". .... J I I i I I in In iiiuiiIIi "lcnr. Ii)"tv-l- i 1'ittri mniM-ii- i iil, July .mil linn, it . Uitulx-r- . tin :r.l .Mmnli) Jiniiirj, - Ccvirtof tlic m (.;. . I'niiri lt Mon.h) In hiuI Vxi.1 - :&& l I' mmmm f W&f ' I M A. J. SLATON, of Millvtwiil. rin i.iii- - 3C. D., I Fliysuiian & Surgeon, nr n nun inniiiU-rI'J t.i.ili.i.. , (.1 i In 1. irililiaii''tilii'tlit 'I'tirntr, stiii-n- . Wil-nl. in Mnt.li, Jinn, i, r l'''r'jlll'' I imini". -- m uuJ .il!o loti.t-.o-luiouiii.uitu- - OlV.it in .li.-. looati! nt ) (ll W rii)liiriiil.iM. (S. T. J.V.S. (T. Ii. ( l'.IU.-MIUr- J 1,1, 4, n 311 t. (tilt lr. lliilc'i irorrtv II, II, II. In. Iii, In, l, ii. I li. WHEfl YOU ,,. ft tf&w PWV fA I s. ri -- bi 0) QVvcNSBQRu u.n.i.o:; , i CIllllllHT-(.1 W Pjjiiut-iiu-t.iMf. , .'. I, 1. 1. .1, -- '. i, i ii. PRESIDENTIAL OAlll'AIGN OF '9?. (ji.a:;d indl'ck.mknts HttU.-wcilU,- i.:. i .( i 7, 7 (1'iiti lliiiiit'tt, 7, ! Ii T l!. ii.Ii r. I.. .', :., '.. (.11 I' nijluri tiiMt. ii, riiikoivui. I., it, it. 1, (,1.1-- to i.kai)i:i;s of WiHulmiil, It, II, II, II. c. W Itnttr fWi J T,": u LtrJtJw-'.i 'itV i f I i ii ( W.M "W-- i (WP.Milltr- K.'ln-l- iitn, , 11, THE REPUBLICAN , ll', - ,i. I. ul.li. I'lljIiT, W . ' 11. t ITI.--.- 1 ''i iffi i i "' ,ri iiiii-Iiii- I'l''--1- "I. 1M.II.-- N I. .1 lll.llll ll. in.ir-iiii- Mil . JmUoi s J .In- I' I'llllll, Jll'ltfl I. I. llimklii-- , ISVnl, InnUI, Ilnllliii, I'.l.l.Mlll. i. - "b-l'- S iftllll.I-lllII1-- '. For the fined and Mod ArMlc any iizeor style. Fmkrica St. , between Work, '1A..U..M..-- W !, in i ir- li.it. Jiiilj! Im--i W I'Tliniiii-- l'amp..ig!i will be th.i uin- -t intou.el iniimtini,' and of the I'liited States, ami couuiiy will be iiiuious to hitveall tlm yencrtl and pi 'ilical now! nnd dicnsioni of the day in pre tiled iu a National .loiirn.il, in addition In that supplii.il thi-t I'o u w nil no h.ivn by their own local paper. eiitorod into h contract will tho I'rc-ideiil- ial The ficitinij iu the ry i I SrduiuUth. t'i" -- ki. i.t i. I' L'row.ltr, t - Kirkl Jiiilxr. in F-Jew ' ConniKii'cial llilc:l.' CKNTKAL CITY, KY. Ollli-i'r-- . York Weekly Tribune, The Leading 1 I II I pa-c- d R. 5?. 7AX0N. PROPRI'iGR., jiis-- t .'hi.'. I -- Itfi ril Irmi ill .I.'iu I I' J.. .. P.irr.ill II lli.i-rW lini.ll.-- J ,.!, ... been repaiied aiiiincwlyi furnUlicd. Located close to Depot. lunch, dive Good meal or first-clHa- a Whic h en.i'i lei u- - tn rice, 1.00 per year) mid IN. Rcpuiicasi Papor of the L'uiied Slates, offer th.i' -i- len.li,! j.inrnttl (rettl ,r Till-: IMH'! ULIfAX !. frnrMi VXV . 1 tM i liiiri'li.Sniilli. nr; i tlilnl kihI I.. For wilt .$..'.',, Cash in .ltlrttji,v. Y. Tiilmne, reeular piico per vear fr one u.r ti j 1) m iii. it a trial. - 'l OiKitti'('liH.I HKMilh Miiuli) dm rititiLE. Ki . K. Ii it llaillonl llepulilican " " " " Total mi or, ... c 'I" u thorium:..' i, .'. ix rt , A M W i' I I M. - .it .. V.. 4 t hurt Ii. Nm.'i' flrt ,n rouitti if . (iti.mth ".iliiiiihiltoolal . dVkh i 111 it.ti;it(.- - ( linn) ii-r- j "III....) uMiN k. Ii.'. .). '-. CMiiimui. itr. lx S'J.'J.'i. nit; it hi . Ut . Iiuri!i, ..M -- it. H. AIcPoit.1 mh.-h.m- j . I'.t. -- Wt'lurnisli bolli Sub- - PsipcM'sono im. yt'sirlbr SI. '25, in f i ft U K I i U )A W U J, , U .. pVTu.in!. ' ..I.i ' ,1 i.r JL .. .... ootl- ,..,.,..i TkklpFM' ' . i,N ".l. . ' . .1 -- . n .. . fimu r- -t M uiiirth-- Kit l'.i'tt-r-. m..l uv This, State-- , iim- -t riptini. t.ia ln.jriii am tii..e. liberal com. liuiilioi! nff.'i ever iii.idii the I'liitod SFCUKT OltDEllS. C-i' ihtm-kv- and every leader of Til K li'lOI'lllI-lCAof it at once. Addle all order- - tn nl .ioniI take r.ihaliUj'o l.'.l..... in hu-h- es cOhll'ic.uri.CopicIlaudKnla.gcd I w v. I...M vi, 1. an. viiV.ry r...i -j ic . ".. M.'i''!l ' ' I.. It.i,-tri;i-u- cf "Veterans. I'M'irtmont "- -. N" Haitford, m A SPKCIAI.TY.lOS'. Main Street. - I Jt. .1 il. I :)7mi." UWLXlXOnO, j. KY o. V,'f- - O...MII Kii'tiioki.mt.'tJ.i-vir- j 'ittIImi-r. 1'o-- &.. t, , , I I o. is. , o iliinl-'iiiiri- lij X. Ilnrii-- , I r- tiiii' it 1 n'cloik K) . P. S lint Tle iStoi((ir( T.iti'iil-.l asl Roister, 1 1 ...M..-HIRt,.-Jj. Ill I'nllnl fitcf tin.l aiuMla.) 1 HARRIS & r.Al.MKI.S. Oppo-.- it RF;E-D-. PnrT. in. .It I, '. u Mi III iitii I'nai Nil 1. -- 1'- u gre.-Mon- al e S.iler ini'kj, iMmli) II n u i.:id ll. ar Clnverpo't .1. ai-i- tiiir.l.j I l 111 ".I vk .li lafn . pi'tm. On nif. Kin t'limli III jrr-.ir-i&- &&&. (.tl I'rnrtlrnl .ifir'ilnr, .'.piircrla I J 11.11 In ul i:ii.!tiin-- .lieu. l..iiililnillo J.l. I '.Iirl tl 'la IUMIIKII. P I I'l'n'i-lf- ' .nun ll naIi i rcs aMg, Hotel, Cloicrpi rt, Ky. I.inio'. Ill 111. nr.l.-- M. ...i.i I. ' a ii. ittnr nn.l I'ttaiii.-- i una cihii . ... Hi... ti'iiuk'Atlai'l.iii.':!. ,!,-.- . .i la - n, ,!..- v t , -- l tuiul-lix- il IUII. 11 ClI' IlllHI- - g, 2-- llll.. tn la- Iii 'l'l.' ' J. .ml t nij In ii 2-- I,1 Iimi.-.- 1 nl li in J" l" .. .1 I -, .i. Iiiim Mon inli, '"' ",'.! II ll'.I.V In I'lln i.t, 111 t 111- - i.i. . I - ""l --- U. S. DEPOSITORY Owensbovo, Sy. flWEKSBO.'! ri'iTIO'ifti UM ..in:. . t,l Hi. It" Ill Willi .1 tn.l i m.r. i n.r ill' iii.iliiu. till. I. Ili.n lln tliiHiii'i ' ' . .ii- -. .uinl itiiii.li.l.liilll l il ..ltl.lt - lll.il . -' -- - .n iimi -i . ni'li. tl. ..f ..r.l .rut. VF Vii:!..Vv- rfo!'"'k' JpJVt vrssr V 1 till. HI ' lr j n... ' .. ' i. M , lit. , ,, r . . i.u. i. lrniia,ttliia a 1, ,ll-l- oil fit In i!-.i- .t il.il Hlia-ll- n.. 'wiri5vs-"&VFr T9 'Vat Vilair-Wi- ?prigivn Ji V- laPii- l. 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