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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1892 hao1892111801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mm BringYour Job Work wp "M M Y TO THE THE HARTDED EEPUBLICAJ. JO. B, ROGERS, W SUBSCRIBE' FOU TIIK "We aro well supplied with tho very bostniatorial and havo in our employ as good worktnen as can btt found. Pricos reasonable. N Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PART? IK TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERH5 1.25 Per Anno, Id Ain..i, $1.25 per year. f VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. it shall be paid to the Chairman of tho Board, who shall at onco apply the same to tho payment of the bonds nnd interest. When the bonds nnd interest nro pa.d, tho tax shall not be levied or collected, nor Bhall tho liust-ce- s, or any of them, rcccivo any compensation for their services under this uct. 5. The bonds herein provided for shall be rigned by the Chairman of tho Board of Trustees of the graded schools. No bonds Khali be issued on account of any indebtedness that had not been contracted at the time of tho adoption of the present Constitution. No tax collector appointed un der the provisions of this act shall commence the discharge of tho duties ot his office until he bus appeared in the County Court of the county in which the graded school is situated aud taken the oatli of office and executed, with good suretiei, a boud simular to that prescribed by law for other Before the tax collectors. Chairman of tho Board of Trustees shall receive tax collected as provided for by section 4, he shall execute in the county court a bond, with good surety, conditioned for his faithful application of the moncjs that may come to his hands. If he shall fail or decline to give such boud, then the Sheriff or collector shall hold the taxes collected, subject to be paid out upon the bonds as ordered by the Board of Trustees. The collecting officer and the Chainrnau of Board of Trustees shall settle their accounts with the board on or before the first Monday in Janury each year, and the board may require them to state their accounts as often as ouce every three months. G. It appeared to bo necessary for the interest of the public interested in graded schools, where buildings have been completed but not paid for, that this act shall take effect from its approval by the Governor, it is therefore declared that an emergency ex ista, aud that this act shall be in force and effect from that day. Approved March 18,1892. years, if necessary, on ench ranlc in the district over twenty-on- o years of age, which may bo paid in work nt one dollar per day, or in material at a price fixed by tho Trustees, and a tax not exceeding twenty-fiv- o cents on each 100 worth of taxable property in the district per year, for thrco years if necessary to bo collected as similar State taxes are; and such tax shall be applied to tho repairing or additions, or to tho purcbaso of a site and to tho erection and furnish ing of a school-bouadapted to the wants of the district. The school houso may be built of logs, stonOj brick or plank; but must be of sufficient size to accommodate the childreu of tho district, anil havo a chimney of stone or brick, where is used, or where a stove is preferred, a pipe so protected as to secure tbe house from fire; it shall have glass windows to afford sufficient light, and suitable seats and writing tables for the children of the district; and said house, when completed, shall have a property value of not less than one hundred dollars. When a school-hou- se is to be built, the Trustees of tho district shall apply to the County Superintendent specifications for and plans for model school-house- s, and the Superintendent may furnish the same, being duly provided there for by the Superiudent of Public Instruction, aud the schoolhouee may be built upou one or tbe other plans furnished as nearly as tho circumstances ot tho district will allow. Said tar shall be collected by a collector appointed by the Trustees, and paid over to the County Superintendent. Tbe amount collected from said district shall be paid out on order of the Trustees, nnd tho County Superin tendent shall be under his bond for the proper disbursement of all such funds. It tho Trustees of any Common School district fail, for tbe period of six months after the building has been properof the school-hously ordered, to have a good and sufficin their district, the ient school-housCounty Superintendent shall report such failure to tho grand jury at its next meeting, who shall indict the said Trustees for such failure, and, upon conviction, each of said Trustees shall bo fined not less than twenty-fi- ve dollars, unless ho can show a good and satisfactory reason to the trial jury for such failure. 2. That, whereas, there are now in this State well many school-house- s built, but too small to accommodate properly the school'pupils attending the school; and, whereas, additions bo built to are necessary to to bo adequate for such school-house- s tbe purpose of accommodating the of the district, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this act shall take effect when approvd by the Governor. Approved June 1 1892. se fire-plac- e e e school-children NO. 16. J&Jrf It Will V BuildYou Am vou all Bcotta EmuUion curM Oougaf, aa OeMa, CwnmfUn, Prepared by Beott A New York. Bold by Bowne.ChomUU, IMraadb WASHINGTON. Nov. 12. Tho President stands up as manfully amid tho storm of defeat as ho would have done had he been crowned with tho laurel wreath of victory, as he and every other Retly publican in Washington had so g "aT JV " . I expected that bo would be. V . S i5Kr, v It is the trials of adversity that brings out the best there is in every mau,and nfler trials greater than which seldom been pluced upou any man Benjumnn Harrison stauds erect and calm, conscious of having given tho American ' people an administration that will occupy a plaoo in tho history 'of his country second to that of no man who lias served the nation in times of peace. He has uttered no woid of complaint, although he knows full well that the means by which his defeat was accomplished were such as to constitute a real menuce to tho Republic which ho loves so well; he has uot criticised the men who managed his campaign, for he firmly believes that they did their utmost for him and A Credit to the City. PROFESSIONAL CARD. the party. Mistakes were made, and Lex.ngton Leader. IRo-w- e The Lexington Business College knows it, but, be also kuows that he it would do no good to point them out Company. Commended for its enATTORNEY AT LAW,' at this time. Iu short, he has done terprise to equip tbe Commercial De- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. what it behooves every patriotic cit- partment of the State College with a Jil. I. OLINK. 1.1. a.WEDDIMH. izen to do accept the verdict of the model structure adapted to its growing i 3s "Wed.ai:ra.e:. majority. would be nonscuse to needs. Lexington never did a more It say that he is not disappointed at the commendable thing than when a large result. He is disappointed and most number of her most enterprising citi HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Baiaar.) deeply, but he is too great a ranu to zens associated themselves together Will practice their profession In all the courts o' voice the disappointment. No Re- for the purpose of further developing Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and publican can make a mistake who fol- the Commercial Department of the collections, T2n32iy lows tho example of the Prcsideut in Stale A. and M. College, which, owJaaaa.es .A.. SzaaAtH. i philosophically accepting the result ing to a lack of sufficient aid from the of the election. us not please State, has not received attention com"Let our opponents by abusing members of mensurate with its importance. SeeHARTFORD, KY. our own party fur what was done or ing this need, about fifty or sixty Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoinirited left undone," nie the words of a prommen have purchased one of ing counties, and the court of Appeals, bpecia inent Republican, near to the Presithe best sites in Lexington and plan, attention given to collection!. Office north side public square. vlTIr dent; and they are worthy of being ned to erect upon it a handsome four remembered and lived up to by every story building, with an Oolitic LimeE. D. GUFPV. B. D. UIIfGO. Republican. stone front nnd Tennessee marble 6Z ZRIngrp,' The Democratic majority in the trimmings. nex'. House will not be quite as lare The lighting and ventilating of the Will practice In all courts of Ohio and adjoining as it is now, but as it will be in the rooms will be perfect, and the build counties, and in Superior Court and Court of Ap- Collections and all legal business attended neighborhood of one hundred, it may ing will not only be equipped with all . Office, No, aa K. Market er Hartford, Ky. be said to bo quite large enough modern conveniences, but with apfor all practical purposes, in fact pliances for thorough and practical teaching, and will bo far superior to very much too largo for the dispenATTORNEY AT LAW, sers of federal patronage under the any school ot the kind in the South. The greatest enthusiasm prevails now Administration, as every Democratic Congressman will homo hero, among the projectors ot this enterprise and they confidently assert that they howling for some of tho "pap." 12. 33. Members of tho Cabinet refuse propose making this the finest business to be interviewed the college in America, and it is now in on result of tbe election, and Mr. point of thoroughness and practical Blaino has had the telephone taken instruction equal to any. (Office In Crewder Building.) Professor Calhoun, who has made Will practlcn his profession In all tho courts of out of his residence to avoid the anOhio and adjoining counties. Also Notary such a reputation for tbe thorough, Pnblle nly noyance of being constantly called will conpractical work of the school, up and asked for bis opinion. To a tinue to act as principal, so not only persistent newspaper man who inLexington but the entire commonsisted upon Attorney General Millwealth has just cause for feeling gratATTORNEY AT LAW, er giving him an answer to his quesified at the liberal educational intertion: "To what do you attribute tho est which is being developed in our Will practice his profession In ail the Courts ! unexpected landslide?" Mr. Millmidii, and the great addition which Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tha Court of er said: "When a man has the small- is being made to our State College. Appeals. Special attention given to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell A Co' drugstore. pox he doeson't caro much how be eu-fiden- mwnam run down? ScotCs Emul 'iSaSdS' ASA ,'mr&. sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil m I&VCl NU mms f .ll s. and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. all Aaaiatlc aai Waitiaf DUeaatt. cbillrra. PrrrtatawMtiarUimilk, detealy Mtu palatable ScrfU -- the reaalBe. all Druggist. Emulsion SCHOOL LAWS Passed at tho Regular Sos3ion of tho Gonoral Assembly of 1891-'9- 2. CHA1TER G. Scoffs i CLA1RETTE SOAP. (i, Marks tbe Opening of the " FALL and WINTER TRADE. Wo offer lor your inspection a SEPTEMBER 3, Edwin. LARGE - STOCK Of New aud Desirable Goods at Very Reasonable -- Prices TORE AT THE- - OLDEN RULE Ah act to authorize the Common wealth of Keutucky to borrow and use certain money belonging to, nnd which is a part of, the school fund, and to execute boutt (or the same, aud de daring an emergency. Be General Auem-bb- j enacttd j CommomrryUh of Ke ituch: tfibe V. b-- - - O-lenz- te IMPORTED SUITINGS From tho fashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In new aud beautiful patterns. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS In fall and winter novelties. Our nnmr on any Pnrknar- - mrana BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices 5,000 Fall and Winter Cloaks, Latest Styles, $2.50 to $35 each. C.E. Overstreet & Co 238 Fourth Av., Louisville, Ky. Golden Ril. Store. (.OCIRVII.I.r.4T. I.Ol'IN A TKX. R, B. 'ItQliTilli, BCIIKUUI.K St, Loai. I Tent lilnj, IN KFFBCT WEST BOU.Nl. NOV. I, IS91. No. SI, No.M, Dally. Dally. . Lt. lAjul.tlli. Watt Point llrande nburg Irvlngton Vtfph.nip.rt Cloverport llawesville Liwlsport Owenaboro m. IIS p. ro. III., in. T.Wlp. tn. .17 a. m. 1.07 p. m. .... M a.m. s 37 p.m. ll.il . m. .Jl p. m. 7.4J . 10.41 11:11 a.m. . 9.48 p.m. Bpotliilll. Ar. llinderson EAST BOUNII. m. 10.10 p.m. . 1121a. m. 10:34 p. ra. 12: II p. m. 11:11 p. m. 1:04 p. m. H.&4 p. m. 1:J4 p. n. IS 'JO a. m. No. Si, No. 44, Dally. Dally 3: 15p, 3 37 p. 4.14 p. S OS p. Lt. Uend.rson Boottavllle Owf L.Soro. - Lewlipnrt Hawesvllle Claverpert Stepae n.port Irvlngton Hrandenburg W..t Point Ar. Lealsvllle a. m. T.V a. ra. 87 a. m. W a. m. JSa. m. 10 01 a. m. a. in. 7.15 11:02 11:23 12 04 a.m. a. m. p. m. l.oo p. m, ai. ra. tn. m. S.Jilp.ra 6.67 p. ra. 1:1 p. m. 7:Mp, , 7.31 p. tn. 1.05 p. m, .o p. ra. 1.. That the Governor of this Commonwealth is hereby authorized and directed to execute tho bond of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to, and in favor of the Stnte Board of Edu cation, fur tho sum of G00,(!41.03, being the amount of Kentucky's share of the "Direct Tax" returned to the State in 1892, pursuant to act of Congress, bearing interest at the rate ot six per cent, per an nu in from date until paid, raid interest to be paid on the first day of January and July of each year; nnd said bond shall be attested by the Secretary of State, aud then delivered to said Hoard of Education for the Common wealth of Kentucky. 2. Upon the execution nnd delivery of said bond as above directed, the Auditor and Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Kentucky are nuthoriz cd and directed to transfer the nbove named sum of money from the school fund to the general expenditure fund of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 3. There now being it deficit in the State Treasury, it becomes necessary to increase the rate of taxation in order to meet the curreut expenditures of tho Commonwealth, unless said money is borrowed by the State from tho school fuud for the use of the general expenditure fund of this Commonwealth; and for these rensou an emergency exists aud is delivered, and this act shall take cflccl upaon its approval by the Governor. Approved March 12,1892. Attorney at Law, public-sp- Attorneys at Law. CHAPTER 52. An act to amend an act, emitted Perry Westerfield Wad.ii:a.g. Attorney at Law, "Au act for tho benefit of graded sehor's." approved March 18,1892. Be it er cy me c.J by the General Avtmbiy C mmcuvealih of Kentucky: 1. That section 1 of an act, entitled "An act for the benefit of graded CHAPTER 11. An act for the benefit of graded scho'd. Be it enacted by Vic General Assembly Tsalna No. SI and Ho. 62 make connection at Irviigton (Sunday excepted) with train, on IOul. iliurnarlls.tiurir A Western It. It., cast and ! bound. For fUrtlitr Information, address 11. C, MOKDUK, Of n. Pa'r Ag't. Liulivilli, Ky. of thi CoinmonwtaWi of Kentucky: 1. That tho Hoard ot Trustees of graded schools maintained by taxation and designed for the education of J chtldten residing within certain boundaries may, in cases where the tax now imposed in such districts is not sufficient to pay for the school buildings which have heretofore been completed, but not paid for, issued the bonds of such districts for an amount equal to tho sura due for completing the school buildings, aud im pose annually a tax ot not exceeding twent-fiv- e cents on each one hundred dollars' worth of property in tho district, in additiou to tho tax uow imposed in such districts, to pay tho bonds so issued and tho interest thereon. 2. The bonds so issued shall not ItCTOiM,OirtiJarTkro4tOrof.Tann. bear exceeding six per cent, per anA A.ibma. Mrtala mrifer 0uaU.a la IntsUf .a, sad num, and shall bo paynbloat such uat inn nlM la aivaaiM hum.after ai mm. fist r.a!llMtaiHMlliit mrywaars. Uklnf tae times, and at such places, and in such laalirs .UlMSOnitiialiM, amounts, as they may deteimine; and the tax to pay the bonds and interest shall be imposed by an order sigoed Brn"iiTT oitaQciimrr. by a majority of tho Trustees, speiify-in- g the annual tax to be imposed. 3. The tax so imposed shall be col1 lected by the asseitmcnt valuo of tho property in tho dHtrict, as p'.certained CREAM by tho assessment mado for the State and county purposes next preceding the collection of the tax, and may be collected by Sheriff of the county, or ' -- OR YEARS Has lad all Worm Remodles. by a collector appointed for that pur pose by tho Board of Trustees; and the EVERY BOniE GUARANTEED. collector or Sheriff shall have tho EVUnYWlIEUE. SOLD n.ci..T.i.' tntuit tituinnwo'-TtTi.on- i same power in collection of such tax aa he has in the collection of State tax, and tbe same peualties shall be 175,00 to ,S50,00 woru'for0.:.". & added for a failure to pay tbe same, be collected at tho same who ran furnl.h a horn and glvel, th.lr and it shall preferred hols time to thi bu.ineu. Hpari momenti time and in tbe same manner as tho may b profitably employed alio. Afiw vacancln State tax; and the same compensam town, and cltUn. B. f. JeHNKOM tion shall be paid for its collection aa Mlh and Mala it., Richmond, Va. is paid for collecting the Slate revenue. Maar Penoai 4. The Board of Trustees shall an. Am broken dawa Irom OTimorkorboonhold Dually, on tbe second Monday in May, BrowBra Iron Bitters wbulldi thi iTtUm.aldi dlfMUoB. rcmoTUMt. aaaiol'Ull.aiklcuiwmaSarU. 0'Uii(inubM. impose the tax, and, when collected, schools," approved March 18, 1892, be, aud tbe samo is hereby, amended, and as amended, it shall read as to wit: "That tho Board of Trustees of Graded S:hoolsraaiutaia-c- d by taxation, and designed for tho education of children residing within certain boundaries,may,in certain cases where the tax now imposed in such districts is not sufficient to pay for the school buildings which havo heretofore been completed, but not paid for, issued tho bonds of such dNtricts for an amount equal to tbe. sum due for completing the school buildings, and impose annually a tax of not exceedcents on each one ing twenty-fivhundred dollars' worth of property iu tho district, in addition to the tat now imposed in such districts, to pay the bonds so issued and the interest thereon; and the foregoing provisions shall apply os well to like tchools, under the authority and management of a Board of Education or other authority of a district, town or city; and in cases where bonds were issued prior to the adoption of the present Constitution by authority of spec'al laws, aud have matured without being Board of Trustees, the paid, Board of Education, or other authority of a town, city or district, may issue tho bonds on the district, town or city to an amount equal to the sum still due and unpaid, under the the conditions and restrictions heres, e Roslne, l.y. Hartford. Ky. II-1- - got it." Mr. Cleveland, haviug absolutely Hall, surrendered to Tammany in order to got the support of that corrupt organization, in Now York City, it is presumed that Tammany methods will be a striking feature iu tbe next Administration. No newspaper reader in this country needs to bo told what Tammany methods are. They are everything that is vicious in politics. They have made the municipal Government in New York City a stench in the nostrils of honest men everywhere, and if they get a foothold in tho National Government, tbe result will eventually lio the same. wife owe CHAPTER 88. An act providing that Trustees of private schools shall be ineligible as Trustees of common schools. Whereas, In some school districts in this Commonwealth it happens one or more individuals are elected trustees of the common schools, and appointed or elected trustee of u private school, holding both offices at the same time; and whereas, these two offices conflict with the best interests of the common school; therefore. Beit enact"! ly thi Genvral Aaembly oftJie C innohicjllh of KcnivJ.y: 1 That persons holding the office of Trustee of any private school shall be inelllgible to hold the office of Trustee of any common school in this Commonweath. 2 This act shall take affect and be in force from its passage aud approval. FOR DINPEPNIA nnd Llrer Complaint you hat o a printed guarnntcr on every bottle o i loh's Vitiillcer. Sold byZ. Wayne OrlfflnAUr Hippy tad content U a home with " The KO. (bestir; a lamp with the lichtof thi moroloc. CataJoeuei.writi Rochester Lamp Co.,NewYork. 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That for reasons stated in section bix of the act to which this is in an amendment, on emergency ex- -, ists for the immediate taking affect of this net; it shall, therefore, tako affect and be in force from its approval by tho Governor. Approved July 7 1892. WORMS t WHITE'S CHAPTER 07. An act to amend the common school of tbe State of Kentucky. Be it enae'ed by thi General Aaembly of fc'ie Sti't of Kenlccky: 1 That article 6, of tho Common School Laws of Keutucky be, and tbe same is hereby, amended so that the words "or additions" be inserted af tcr tho word "rcpairiug," in line four and line thirteen of the printed Common School Laws of Ken tucky, so that section 7, article 8, of tho Common School Laws, when so amended, Bhall read as follows: Whenever tho County Superintendent notifies the Trustees that a school house "baa been condemned, and needs repairing or additions thereto, or in any case it becomes necessary to purchase a site and to build a then the Trustees now school-hous- e, shall order a per capita tax, not ex. ceediug one dollar per year, for three laws VlRMiEME 20 iums, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, organ or rifle, are offered for a little Catarrh Cannot be Cured pleasant work near home, by tbe pub A X.ANAI. INJECTOR free with each tot-Iwitli tocAi. applications, as they lishers of WIDE AWAKE. 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Has just been repaired and newly first-clas- 27S.OOQ. $Accounts of Farm- !!. Io An a4Aal ItAntAn furnished. Located close to Depot. s lunch. Give Good meals or 4t Mm. u Merchants a Specialty. Interest paid on time deposits. Solicits your business. LAWION RINO, Cashier. Country 7 it a trial. mmmmmmmmmammtftjMi Hartford Republican fUBLlSHED EVERY F1UDAY MORNING. K.lltor and Proprietor. oven go to n greater extent happi ness itself, depends upon tho system It goes without of transportation. JO. B. ROGEKH, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. Truth crushed to earth gaiu. will nso would have a hard time getting a job in our office Henry Watterson ti a prophet. that is tho matter with Ohio county is, too many men stamped un dor the rooster. All We rise to second the motion of Mr. ticott that tho election ot Cleve The Chicago InlerOcean, says: land be made unanimous. "Though defeated, theie is no reason y why Republicans should be cast It mar bo that wo can't see our- down. They have made a grand fight selves as others seo us, but we will for principles, and defeat does not wear wo can't just bee where tho chango or make less vital to the "whoop peo" comes in. properity of the country the principles NOON IIKCIS", Some of our Kentucky exchanges they fought for. Republicans can only 1:45. Chorii--ChorClub. hopo that since their opponents are in are enthusiastic over the probability Address -- Prof. E. R. Ray. power they will be allowed to engraft of Senator Carlisle getting a place in Vocul Solo Mii Eva Morion. their ideas 011 the laws of the land and Cleveland's Cabinet. "My School"-M- iss Lucy Towns let tho peoplojudj;e from actual d, send. , Tue hungry Democrats are beginwhich are the wisest fiicuds Vocal Solo Mi Tula Pendleton. ning to whet their appetites for office of the republic, for Address O. M. Shultz. It has been n long time since pie. "It is no time now to go into n Instrumental Selectuu Mis: Vutlu they had a square meal. discussiou of the methods by which Duke. this triumph over thellepublicnn party The Winchester Dimocrat save: has been Address John B. Wilson. achieved, but when they Buckner has been apChorus Choral Club. have been carefully studied there will pointed overseer of a road running Ten minute speeches,!. M. Porter, bo found nothing discreditable in the near his home, and it goes without S. C. Stevens and A. Lee Bennett. record of tho men who contended for saying that we will have a good road." Instrument"! Selection Miss .learn the rights of men and the rights ot laa Ford. Bert Wino was captured a few bor. nss Miscellaneous Exercises. . "If, misled by sophistries.the labordays ago in New Orleans. It will be Choral Song Choral Club. remembered he murdered his wife, ing men of the country have been Adjournment. Manam Eaves Wing, in Louisville a the means of defeating those who JoB. Rooms Supt. short time ago, and he was brought were working iu their interests, exrentwill teach them the folly of there to be tried for his dastardly perience HgWKBSasMI Brick for Sale. tneir action, we were never more deed. 300,00 for sale nt Beavecr Dam, impressed with the fact that protecKy. Parties wanting brick for any Miss Josie Duke, the beautiful and tion to American lnbor is necessary, purpose will call on or address D. A. accomplished daughter of Mr. T. S. than as we write these lines in the Miller, Beaver Dam, who will fill all Duke, of this place, has been elected shadow of defeat. There is but one orders nt reasonable price and colSuperintendent of Common Schools other alterative, and that is to put our lect for same. Morton & Bit u kin. Miss in Park county, Montana. labor on a plane with the labor ot the Nov. 4, lo92. 2t Duke has many friends here who are old world. The cause that is just is glad to hear of her success. never lost. The misguided will see For Rout. BEAVER DAM, NOV. 9, '92. The best law office in Hartford, apthe error of their ways and truth will We want a good, live correspondply to John J. McHcury. it ent in each neighborhood in the yet prevail." Ths i;::ii:',: Stiten:nt il will give all the lo couuty, one that or tiii: Notice. For Better Roads. cal happenings, personals, etc. Our Bosro.v, Nov. 13. Col. A. A. All persons kinuiu thoiuselvu circulation extends over the entire indebted to too are requott-- to call Pope has issued the following petition, county and your neighbors would be on M. L. Heavriu, Ilartfi rd, and which is to be sent all over the counglad to hear from your locality, so settle the hJino. Rt"p'v, try and sent to Congress: At .III- - I'lOM' III HlllllV. L. T. Cox. begin at once, and write every week. .Ill, I Ml- -', "We, the undersigned citizens of the United States, hereby mo6t RESOURCES. The great aud illustrious Abraham petition that there he found17.09 . Rills liuunted Lincoln once said: "You may fool G Ji.OOO.OO Real estate . all the people some times; you may ed in the city of Washington, iu the .'.. n . t" uriiiiurc unit nxturcs. .. . i,iiuu.tnj iM"7 uiiv. irT.rrriiiiitiiriii"iii. orii. io(" Wi fool some of the people all the time." District of Columbia, a road depart1,3.1.67 Bomii....v This is about the attitude of the De ment, similar to the Agricultural Debt, ... g...t . . DR. JUDO'S r.LECTRIC BELT fj L.I-,.,,- ,,,, for the purpose of promomocratic party is in at present, just Cnslionliatidivm otlierliks 40, lJ0.9 I ni n . "i ( ,. nl-"mit'ulitrifIt i; I .r i l . v li Tu inr f.M.imi n.ti.ri. Ia.i ll.lt and V.t nullum: to r Hut how they will fool the people four ting knowledge in the art of construcMrlkalaJiir. WntMo-uaj- , iivti) I 1i In r if an iilti.irnt F( lire rr llJtlfrTfoiut $103,S23.09 i.itf Hii ni in v jr mi' I lull jiiuuimi' ting and maintaining roads, and we is a problem already beyears hence .Ik'rnta nnnlcti. S3. ask that in such department provising agitated. SHO.OOO.OO Cnjiitul stuck ions he made for teaching students so Dqiosits 70.79V20 , We do not know how reliable it is, that they may become skilled road 1.1.05 Due other Ranks but we understand that an office-hun- eugineers. In connection with the Dividend 4 per cl. declared 1, '200.00 Democrat, of one ot Ohio road department we request that there BEAVER DAM. 'JJ.'i.OO FumltoiMV taxes Nov. 14. The election has corao couuty's little ljamlets, grew so enthu- be established a permauent exhibit, I'rolit ami lu&j .",581.84 siastic in the great ork of circulating in which shall be shown sections of and gone and every thing passed off SBCES THE FIWEJtf Aii'D CiiEAFESTE- 810.'),8'j:i.09 his little petition that he rode all nis'ht road illustrations, various method of exceedingly quiet at this place. The and while out his horse fell and came construction, and also, the best road people are delighted with the I, S. K. Cox, bwear the aboe to of votimg. Thero were but near breaking his the hungry Dera-oca- t's material mid machinery. bt correct. "We further petition that Congress two or three at this place that lost neck. Verily the unwashed, n. K. Cox Horse-shoein- g a in their haste for pie, are getting un a appropriate funds sufficient to erect a their votes by exposing them. break-nec- k Mr. James Peter", of this plnee, building nt the World's Columbian gait. Suom to before me) tl.id June !(), L W rTTlrKtfr'SsssT-f- ! has moved to Taylor Mines. Exposition for the purpose of a com1892. A.T.Xau., D.C.O.C.C. Tnn Republican party has done prehensive road exhibit." Henry and Steve Stevens have more for the common people than bought three lots in town and conA dividend of S4.00 Turkeys are Doomed. nny other party that ever existed, template building a house in the per share was this day declared, payFrankfort, Ky., Nov. 14. Gov. early spring. able on arid after July 5, 1892. and though defeated in our lost campaign and its colors have gone down Brown issued his Thanksgiving procThe Mill Company are having MEETS ALL DAILY The document quite an addition put to their Mill, For Sale. amid the din aud smoite of a political lamation A Storehouse and lot in Rosino, , battle; yet it points iu mute silence to reads as follows: This will give ihemagrcat deal more known as tlm Frank Ileavrin prop-iM- ty. Commonwea'Mt yf Kentucky, Execu-tithe benificieut laws pertaining to proroom. Apply to .1. E. Kojjlo, Department. lu observance of a tection, reciprocity, pensions and hon George Hodges, of Owls Valley, Hartford, ky. custom, 1 respectful est mouey, and silently defies DemocHufdin County, is again engaged at ly rccoiumeird that Thursday, the the depot. We are always glad to racy to touch a singlo line of either. TO ALL. J4th day ot November, be set apart see Geoige's pleasant face. Last Tuesday the death watch was as a day of thanksgiving and prayer There was quite a pleasant social placed on the four condemned mur- by nil the eitiens of our beloved Comgiven at R. S. Tayloi's, on last Saturderers, who are confined iu the Louis- monwealth. We have escaped pes- day night. Those nresent from a ville Jail, who are to be hung on the tilence and enjoy pence nnd abundwere, Miss Nannie Ellis and ALIKE. morning of December G. They are ance. Almighty God has, since the Fleetwood Ward, Mi-- s Mattie Chinn Dennis McCarthy. Stephen Hite, Nel- last day ot thankgiving, peculiarly and Sherman Stevens, r f f . x . sT ! 'K- iii t Charley God-shuson Lewis aud Grant Thomas. The blessed our State and the Republic. neand a Mr. Shown, all ot Beda, SPECIAL ATTEiNTlON last named two are colored. McLet us return thanks for his unbound- Chuilio Ellis, of Kinderhook. Carthy, in n family fight, last Decem- ed goodness and mercies. Let it be a Miss Edmonds, of Butler couuty, Given to the Traveling ber, shot and killed his wife. Hite, day ot cnnritics, mil ot kindness and is visiting her cousin, Miss Alice Edstabbed and killed n man by tho remembcrnnces of the nfilicted and monds, of near "town. Public. name of Bnucrman, last Christinas. the poor. reliaSherifl;elect, Stevens was on our Lewis, last February, shot a negro .B.' DRIVER, Manager. Iu testimony, 1 have hereunto set streets n while Saturday. Opposite City Scales. at a dance, killing him instantly, and my hand and caused the great seal of Wcdo work as chenp as anybody, quality considered. Ropuiruii,' a'd J. B. Bir has made quite an ad& Thomas, through jealousy, shot and the Commonwealth to be affixed. dition to his Mill machinery, by plarepiiiiiting.'diino promptly. Givo us a cull. BUGGIES FRO.M.$.')5 Ui.killed his sweetheart. All of them Done at Frinkfort this, the 14th day cing in his Mill n power, will be hung on the morning ot the of November, in the yenr of our Lord comci usher. MMWLQ5'M - 'M above date, in tho yard of the Louis- one thousand eight lain ('red and The farmers would derive much ville Jail. ninety-tw- o, and in the one hundred moie benefit from their corn tliey and first yeur of the Commonwealth. feed, if they would have it crushed. Why can't Hartford have a pike to John Younh Brown. C. More Beaver Dam? She Heeds it. By the Governor: than money enough to build it is lost John W. Hj:aiji.i:v, ffiTNAVILLE. every ten years in the increased cost Secretury of State. Nov. 10. We are reliably inform of transportation. On a pike two ed that wo are to have a double wedhorses will pull with case more than To tho Public. o tour can possibly pull over our winTor the next six weeks inyollico ding in our town soon. Tho has not ns yet been publicly called roads. Time duties will call me to tho country, so ter and money would both be saved. It that I will beat ruy oflico only on announced. Mhh Missouri Loyd. who has been would be an advantage to the entire Saturdays, but nil business in regard firs- Southern part of the county. Why to the paper will receive prompt at- (juito sick, will bo nblo to enter couldn't the county give the road tention Iron, my efficient corpse oi men Hchool iu a few days. Quito an interesting teries of meetbed from Hartford to Beaver Dam? at any nd all times. Send in your ings have been iu progreaj at the We fail to see any reason why they orders for-- whatever you may need in Citizens think about our line, audit will bo attended to Zion Baptist Church for several days. should not. tbeso things, but don't try to do it all promptly. Send in your subscription, Baptising occurred Sunday, Nov, 13. Dr. J. 1. Williams, Owensboro, by thinkiug. Thinking is very job work nud advertising. spent Sunday iu our town. it is true, but then action must Vours Respectfully, Andersou Mercer will spend this do her part also. 'Rah, for the pike! Jo. B. Roai:iw. week iu Hartford. Now, that the great aud lesser poOur school, taught by Miss Cole. JEtosinoToaohors' Mooting. The next meeting of tho Roainc man, "of Hartford, will be half out litical battles are over and the smoke We aro manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with cleared away, it is time fur the peo- Teachers' has been deferred Fiiday, Nov. 23, nt which time tho or- - the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our ple to turn their attention to other until the 4th Saturday in this month teacher and pupils will entertain. prices are reasimportant questions roads for in- instead of tho 3d as announced, on At this time a thorough examination onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully,, stance. There are few questions that account of tho inability of several ' of pupils will take up tho greater part concern the people so vitally as does teachers to attend. ol the duy. At night wo aro to enjoy ProsA. Li:i: Bi:.v.i:rr, Vicol'res, their mode of transportation. & nn old fashioned "Spelliu Skule." Nov. 17. perity and every day convenience Hiawatha, or Tun Wi:st. Owensboro, Ky. al "Ex-Governor rf saying that Ohio county winter roads are, us a rule, exceedingly bad. Iti summer and until the fall rains, we have, perhaps, us good roads as can be found anywhere but when winter comes they are miserable mud-hol- es throughout. There is un system at Nobody all about tokes any pride iu it; everybody dreads it; everybody shirks it as long as possible. The great trouble lies in our road system. In short, the people need to be relieved of this onerous task, the burden should be equalized and the roads worked by taxation. Think about it. road-workin- ent, Below is given tho grade of tho students in tho Colleyinto Department of Hartford Collego and Business Institute for tho term closing Nov. 4, 1892. Maximum, 109; minimum, 0; Rachie Sandcrfur 98, Verda Duke 98, Silas Griffin 9G, J. Henry Barnes 90, Sophia Davidson 9G, Wallace Stewart 90, L. R. Bamett 90, J. H. Wood 90, Etta Thomas 90, R. Nelson 95, Siddie Davidson 93. J. R. McAfee 9.1, Floyd Crul'toii 93, Charles Ellis 93, Carrie Wa:rncr 95, J. Hnm Barnes 94, J. E. Be 1, 94, R. E. L. Sinimcrnmn 03, Anna Chambers 93, GuyStntelcr 92, Lula Johnson 92, M. P. Kiu.bloy 92, E. Tracy 92, Hattie Galloway 92, Mattio Bennett 92, Elvn Morton 91, Faunio Render 91, Susie Bowman 91, Bessie Morton 90, D. Foster Roll 90. Harry Roberts 90, Harvy Pruden 90, Mabel Hubbard 89, Mamie Ross 89, Clara Dentou i J. E. Brown 88, Owen Williams 88 Pearl Cayce 87, J. P. Thomas 87, Lyda Morton 87,CoriuneCox87,Omn Westerfield 80, Susie May 80, Wilson Galloway 80, Jes'ie Smith 80, P. L. Birkshiro 85, Henry Weinsheim- er 85, Georgia Hudson 83, Ednu Griffin 83, Bertio Morton 83, R. D Walker 82, Ida Render 82, Auuio Fogle 82, Charles Waltrip 82, Lillio McGce82, Mary Smith 82, ILL. White 81, Mury Millet 80, Ella Cox 80, James Lyons 80, Ernest Daniel 80, Jennie Quiseubery 80, Mabel Brown 79, Mary Klein 78, Edna Carson 78, Willie Moore 78, James San-deur 78, Mabel Kinmbly 77, Lulu Mauzy 70, Florcuce White 75, Lulu Miller 74, J. W. Faith 73, Leslie 71, Johnson Nnnuic Young 70, Clarence Field 09, Viola Westerfield 00, Wayne Griffin 04, G. D, Wester-fiel01, Willie Colliu? 01, Henry Osborn 08, J. T. Greer 57, Robert McDnniel 52, Jesse Beau 43, John May 3G, George May 33, Louie Schapmire 30, A. C. Yeiscr 30, Law- ton Klein 24,Ellu Herring sick, Zen-i- a Mnssie absent. CLASS DISTINCTION. First distinction from 93 to 100. Rachie Sandcrfur 98, Verda Duke 98, Silas Griffin 90, J. Henry Barnes 90, Sophia Davidson 90, Wnllace Stewart 90, J. II. Wood 90, L. R. Bamett 90, Etta Thomns 90, R. Nelson 95. Siddie Davidson 95, J. R. McAfee 95, Floyd Crafton 95, Charlie Ellis 95, Carrie Wierner 95, SCOND DISTINCTION. Second distinction from 90 to 94. J. Hum Barnes 9 1, J. E. Bell 94, R. E. L. Sininiermau 95, Anna Chambers 93, Guy Statcler 92, Lula Johnson 92, M. P. Kimbley 92, E. Tracy 92, Hattie Gollnway 92, Mat-ti- e Rennett 92, Elva Morton 91, Fannie Bender 91, Susie Bowman 91, Bessie Morlou 90, D. Fostei Roll 90. Harry Roberts 90, llnrvy Pruden 90. d Hartford Collogo. Town Taxes. TI wo who havo not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to 1 must do so nt once. make settlement foon nnd your prompt action in the Mutter will ho appreciated and will mvc time and trouble. Res'y, W. P. Thomas. County Toachorc' Assoola- - Tho Teachers of the County an urgently requested to mint nt Hnrtford College, on Nov 20, to complete the organization uf a Couuty Association aud participate in tho exercises mentioned in tho program. Let cvciy teacher conic, imbued with zeal for the cause, and to do nil he can to aid iu the propoed work. ritoniivM. 9:30. luvocntion Rev. J. S. Coleman. Organization. Vocal Solo Miss Florence Morton. Address, "Why Wo Fail" Dr. W. Alexander. Vocal Solo Miss Ella Rowe. tion. NOTICE. SILVER $65 OUR Dungy with Silver platedQUEEN Handles. Tho undersigned It possible D.isli Rail, Sent Rail, If II.. itaiuis, mm .l. - f!.' uu ill's, lur auuvc price guardian of Martha, $6 P lllarvv, Gussic and w G Willie Kcl!y, will on s Saturday, Nov. 19, Kt I a. firtt-cla- - $65 I. ... - . I 011-- r. c I i' i v . . 1892, at the late res- In Si a VV idence of H. P. 13. O o Pi O w Kelly, in Ohio counr80 Ujc Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Write for our ty, two miles SouthAUilress THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. west of Beaver Dam, CINCINNATI. OHIO, U. S. A. on the Morgantown road, expose to sale Vi0-,.- to Ovir Geru'ri s Phaeiom, by public out-crthe highest and best ROOMY, $ bidder all the personal estate set forth to LIGHT. said children by the appraisers of the esELEGANT. tate of said Kelly,de-ceasecatalogue of consisting of our full line of two and uur.wkcclcil work. horses, cattle, hogs, poultry, wagons and D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, farm implements, household and kitch-- 2 - 39 N'cw en furniture. Also field of corn; the farm on which said Kelly resided will be ed for one year. Terms made known on day of sale. SIIELBY TAYLOR, Guardian. Semi-Aanu- mmm' mmm Jlfr" '"" ''' MHWFOi .S.-)9,:5 ASEBILRJ rnrr',;" f in-'- r.n'ii'Jj. I -- A I gry FA ST LINE 'wf BLACKSMITHING. I'ltl.-IHK.V- T. HMiii-ntinu- specialty. A large stock.of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. CASEBIER'S 'BUS .1.1). WILLIAMS. n smJS.Eia.,, Be aveu Dam, Ky. 03NTE3 PRICES Another Oar Load EMI Of Pure Raw Bono just come in. The demand for ''Pure Raw Bone" has cessitated a duplicate cnd in your order. orders for this ble tried goods. HoOKElt Co. C - tcu-hor- 'MMLJVm &$tt Awgg mur-riag- mud-hole- uec-ossa- Also keens a class Liverv- and Feed Stable, where. you can have jour Horses Fed, and get the best of rigs - I (lav or night. TKTotzl 'TOTi.ll Leave jour X.is.e . ders with BER mm ii F. A. AMES ft CO. 9B Wm "? FAIR BROS, The Great ft CO., Trade at tho Bnznnr, Trado with Carson & Co. Cull on Arch Cain tor a sliavo. Trade nt tho bargain house Trndo ut Kahn's ifvou goods. K film's. want good c MAJORITY Of people feel happiest when they have satisfied themselves that they are buying goods at the very best rates GIVEN IN Carson & Co's is tho placo to get a bargain. Rockpnrt had n ratification nosday night. Wcd Fresh Oysters nil night, nt Hoover & Ashley's. to-ni-ght, Overcoats nt Knbn's lor less than nil stores in Ohio county. Knhn has tho goods for you. goto that house and eavo money. Our Democratic friends arc fairly shaking tho earth ratifying. Tho clothhiK man is Kahn- - tho largcst and best goods to bo had. OUR COUNT?. In this they observe the common . If you boot8,shocs,hnts want bargains in clothing, and caps go to Kahn. Tho best house to buy your cloth iug, boots, Bhoes, hats and caps is at Kahn's. in- - Horace Rucker and Fannie Jackson, colored, were married in The schools of tho county are In exPERSONAL cellent working order, Never beforo has tho mtcrest among the people C. T. Baird, of lowor No Creek, is been so deep or so well directed, and very sick. never hnvo teachers and students laJudge Eaves, Greenville, was in bored more earnestly. Ours is the town this week. banner school county, James A. Park, Clear Run, was in Which place will furnish the larg- town Tuesday. John J. McHenry and sister, Miss est crowd at tho Thanksgiving Sup per at Masonic Hall, Beaver Dam, Xsaocllc, are in Jjouisvi'Ie. F. L. Felix and wifo visited relaThursday night, McHenry, Hartford, Taylor Mines or Rosine? Besides tives near Olaton this week, Col. C. M. Baruettnnd wifo went these Cromwell, Rochester nnd Rock-po- rt to Owcnsboro Wednesday, should send good delegations. Mta Mollie Martin, Horton, is the Tho Return Reception, a mention guest of Mrs. J. P. Thompson. of which wn made in our lust issue, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baize, of Sent tho Hartford House, was a very lect, were in town shopping Wednesenjoyable affair. Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. day. Steclo and Mrs. Lou Collins, assistMiss Meek Sharp. Horse Branch, ed the young men in preparing tho made ouroffico a pleasant call Hatur supper, which could not bo excelled. day. I. E. McCluro, Horton, tho foundL. Worth Tichcrnor, of tho Point Pleasant neighborhood, and by the er of this paper, called at our office Saturday. way ouo of tho best men and best Col. J. S. R. Wedding went to Rofarmers in Ohio county, recently desine Sunday on legal business, returnlivered his crop of wheat nt Beayer ing Monday. Dam. Ho raised four hundred bushMiss Survilla Ward, No Creek, is els on seventeen acres a pretty good visiting friends and relatives in Mcyield for this country. Lean county. Two negroes, who bad been at work on the new railroad, near Horse Branch, bad a falling out last week, when one seized a Winchester rifle and fired, instantly killing the other. We failed to learn their nnmes and any further particulars, mora than ' the slayer escaped. L. F. Hocker and wifo, Curds-vill- e, are visiting friends and relatives on Kinderhook. John Thomas, accompanied by his little nieces, Mary and Katie Thomas, tettirned from Owensboro yesterday. Rev. J. E. Brown, who has been attending school here) was taken Bick and had to return to his home at Paradise. Mrs. Sallie Hard wick and children, James and Mary, went to Rockport Wedneeday, to visit her parents. Messrs. T. J, Smith, Wm. Lyons and A. C. Ellis, of Hartford, wero in the city yesterday. Owensboro Messenger. Bargains at the Bazaar. . M Having a big stock of goods on hand we have many rare bargains to offer you for the next 60 days, and to secure these cheap goods you should call early, for they will not last long at the prices. Goods, Notions, Millinery, don't miss the best thing of the season in 'Dry So c, you can find goods at the following prices and in. any quantities you want: DRESS GOODS. Lovely Green Serge, all wool " 48 inches Blue v ' .35c 85c i - .i : t j; " H't Iluyti stinct of prudence and thrift. The manifestation of these laudable qualities last night. Thanksgiving Supper at Masonic Hall, Beaver Dam, Thursday night, next. Come. Casebier & Burton will treat your horse right. Call on them when you come to Hartford. Mr. Kllis Taylor, of McHenry, and Miss Eula Midkiff, of Louisville, were married Wednesday. Attend the Thanksgiving Supper nt the Masonic Hall, Beaver Dam, Thursday night, the 24th. " " " '.....w.cj r t. 54 $1.00' . Scotch Plaids, all wool 30c, ' " " " 25c 25c English Cashmeres 38 inches Lovely Whip Cord Serge '.....256, All these goods havo been marked downand you can't afford to miss them. u'li' PROVES THAT THE PDBLIO JUDGMENT IS RIGHT. thank this GREAT Majority for the large patronage given in the past. & Co. Don't fail to call nt the Bazaar and see their big drives in dry goods. Sara & Me. Fair Bros. We have just received a new line of gent's Huts, the latest out. Caiison & Co. Wo have many bargains in millinery you can't afford to "miss. Sara it Me. Good horse, cart and harness, for sale at public auction, on first day of Circuit Court. Oahkmku & Buirro.v. J FAIR BROS. Believe in the & CO., Props., Try Anderson's Wear-forev- er Shoes. Hartford Temple of Fashion, They are the best in town for the money. Saua & Mn. W. J. Everly, Point Pleasant who has had a very bad carbuncle on hW neck since August, is out again. Gip Westcrfield and Harry Rob. erts went hunting last Saturday near Pleasant Ridge, and succeeded in bagging 8o birds. People's Wisdom. Fimiiue! Fmitue!! SLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLw For Ward-Robe- s Dressers, Line, see Suits,Rock-er- s or anything in the General Furniture T. J. MORTON. A N.N &M.V.R.R. mmSSm. Kb. N. Wo. TRAINS LEAVE BEAVKR DAM. TKAIN8 GOINQ WEST. 12:10 . Mill nd Eiprrm T, Umctf. Kiprr - r. lliM r. . . . I, He. I, Mmlt.d Exprt TRAINS GOING tUII nd Expr.M EAST. WSr. a. A. a FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. For Sale. A good farm containing 212 acres one-hal- f clearedjgood About Lies improvements; well watered. four miles South ofFordsville on tho extension of the Owcnsboro & Falls of Hough railroad. For terms, call on or address, John J. McHenry, ' Hartford, Ky. 8 tt , of land, TAX-PAYER- S! You will do both yourself and me a favor by calling upon me or one of my dep- J uties and paying your taxes before the six percent, penalty is added which will be done the first of November. Please attend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, , Mr. Aaron Mathews received the ordinance of baptism in Rough River, After giving the readers of this pa. near the mill last Sunday evening, by per a rest from "College Happon-ing- s" Dr. J. S. Coleman. ana thinking perhaps they Born, on Friday the lltli, to the would like to hear from us onco wife of Elmer E. Tinsley, Kinder-hoomore, wo will endeavor to give a boy, weight, ten pounds. Dr. you a few notes of vlmt is going on Miller attending physician. in and about tho College. One term Transportation furnished at any of this year has passed rapidly away, hour day or night to any point- - at and ore this will bo read by the pubreasonable rates. lic two weoks of tho second tonn Cabeiiicr ,it Burto.y. will have expired. Wo aro still usIn the recent teachers' examina-- . ing our every energy to keep o'ir work up to tho standard. Since our tion thero were iesued three first'ciass and three last report several new students certificates, one second-clas- s third-clas- s, and there uere four failhaVe entered school and have taken hold of their work in such a manner ures. as to show all what thoy have como Rev. J. T. Casebier will begin a here for, and visitors do not neglect protracted meeting at Beaver Dam to como to see us, for hardly a day on tho fourth Sunday, and hopes nro passes but that some one honors us entertained of a great revival of with a call. Among tho visitors of last week were, Mrs. J. S. Coloman, Mrs. S. A.' Wiiliams, Misses Carrio C. M, Cole, Yeiser'H young black' smith, was shoeing a mule the other Lindley, Utica; Mary Kelly, Margaret and Ella Duncan, McHenry, and day when the unruly animal knocked bim down and bruised his left wrist Flora Ross, city. badly. Miss Verda Duke attended General Exercisos Wednesday. certifiThose receiving Tho school enjoyed tho talk by cates in the recent examination were, Dr. Godby and the vocal solo by Miss Mattie Ferguson, South Carroll-ton- ; Dr. Rinehart very much indeed on J. S. Field, Buford, and S. W. Wednesday morning. Taylor, Rochester, Miss Mary Miller, after sovera.l Our young friend, Hosea Shown, weeks visit to the country, has reof Boda, has accepted a position in turned and resumed her studies in Hosea M. M. Kahn's Trade Palace. school. is an honest, good business boy and Mr 'Swan and Miss Mattie Denwe hope ho may succeed. nett, who have been quite sick aro, Marriage license since our last iswo are glad to say, improving. sue: Jas. W. Harden to Annie AdJ. E. Brown is on the sick list. On Thursday morning our school ams, C. R, Rhoads to Loretta Miller, was honored with a very fine talk Jas, L. Patton to Arameuto Ralph, Joel H, Morris to Mrs. Nancy Fox. from Rev. 1). A. Cundiff. Mr. Johnson and daugtor, SulOn account of tho immense trade phur Springs; Rev.Watson and wifo, Kahn's Trade Palace has added a new Leitchfield; Messrs. Smith, DavenMr. H. Shown, ofBeda, is clerk. port, Central City; Jesse Davis, W. the latest addition at Kahn's House, R. Moore and Wm. Hondrix wore and wish nil his friends to call on him. welcome visitors at General ExerSo many of tho children at South cises Thursday morning. Carrollton have or have had diphthem e m ria that the school has been suspendThanksgiving Supper. ed. One or two cases are reported The Masons of Reaver Dam will this side of the river in tho Sniall-hous- e give a Thanksgiving supper ThursDistrict. day evening tho 24th; tho procoeda Having secured a position with tho of which will go toward paying off the debt incurred in building their largest house in the county, I invito Let tho people turn all of my friends to call on mo for elegant Hall. out and assist these noble men in their clothing, dry goods, hats, shoes, Hosea Shown, their offort. If you wish to spend a etc. With Kahu'a Trade Palaco. few pleasant hours and help a good cause come out yourself and bring The "Owcnsboro Holiness Associsome one else with you. ation" is In session at the Methodist College Happenings. first-clas- s a C TAYLOR, Sheriff Ohio Cf. James Belt and Joshua Brown, Livermore, bad a falling out over some trivial matter last Tuesday week, when Belt abot and instantly k Hied Brown. Belt was captured and placed in the Calhoon jail. He claims he did the shooting in sell defense. Both are colored Church with the following preachers in attendance: Rev. B. A. Cundiff, Dr. W. B. Godby, Dr. Rinehart, Rev. J. 8. Reed, Rev J. A. Watson, Rev. Vincent Phipps, Dr. Poole and a great many lay brothers and sifters. The meeting has been growing in iui terest since the beginning, and great work for the Lord is expected. Last Saturday night while the Olnton Democrats were ratifying ' Cleveland's election, Wesley Sen, "urfA who ought to have been in somo bet. ter employment, was seriously hurt 1 yard wide Domestic; 5c by tho explosion of an anvil, a piece " 1 " " GJ heavy striking him on the shoulder. He is 8J-1 " " Mr. and'Mrs. L. Worth Tichenor, " extra heavy ( under the treatment of Dr. Wedding, Point Pleasant, visited the family of 1 " " Sea Island, good of Rosiuc, nnd Dr. J. E. Pendleton, Rev. J. T. Casebier Wednesday and ' ' 1 9c heavy of this place. Ho is reported'to be in Thursday. Good Gidghams from 6 to 12J cents. a very critical condition. Miss Rhoda Hiusley, McLean coun ty, who has been visiting relatives The Ratification. on No Creek for some time, returned The following route has been chosen to her home Wednesday. as the Hue of march for the procesmention--ansion at the Democratic rally They Can't Stand Prosperity. Form at 0:30 o'clock, in Market HAnniNsnURo, Ky., Nov. 17. but-cal- l Street, end of tho colunm to he in of The Democratic party is victofront of tho Court House, thenco to rious again. The Republicans have Mil-liner- y, the Hartford House, thence to Dr. been routed horse, font and draW. Alexander's, thence to J. E. goon. On Monday night, NovemWe Fogle's, thence to Wm, Foster's ber tho 14th, tho Democrats of thence to the Jail, thence to J. L. and vicinity, hold a gloriMiller's thenco to E. D. Walker's, fication meeting over the election of thence to Wm. Foreman's, thence to Mr. Cleveland to tho Presidency of James Bozarth's, thenco to Hartford tho United Statos. It had been House, thence to Commercial, thence previously announcod that a parade to Clay Street, thence to J. L. would ho given, that would hurt tho Miller's, thenco to Court House, eyes of all beholders. Owing to where speakers stand will be erected, circumstances, however, over which and speaking will begin at once. the Democracy had no control, no W. H.Moore, J. W. Ford, John C. torches could be procured. Owing Riley, Steven May and S. C. Taylor, BETTER KNOWN AS THE to otlior circumstances, over which will be Marshals and the various vis: the Democracy had no control, it -iting clubs and organizations are rerained hard that day, which resulted "v'r : ; quested to report to these gentlemen in a very disagreeable night. Owing through their respective Marshals. which All citizens are requested to join the to other circumstances Newly Famished. Rates $1-0- 0 Meals 25c- per day. Democracy had no control, no large march. East side Frederica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky, ' ' crowd materialized. Owing to other Superintendent's Appoint- circumstances, over which Democra- MRS. CHAS. ROB Y, MRS. G. E. WILLINGpAMProps. ' cy had no control, the celebration ments. Monday, Nov. 21; 0, No. 10, A. that was to be observed with such 11;30, No. 09, I. P. great elect, completely "petered" H.Ross. For Sale. Sumner. 2:30, No. 8, Miss Allon.- - out. In tho placo of waving plumes, Two fine saddle and harness horses. Tuesday, Nov. 22; 8, No. 84, J. flying banners and flying torches, a Apply to S. A. Anderson, at the ReL.Taylor. 11:30, No. 22, S. W. ghost dance wasgiven by small boys, publican Office. second-hande- d around tho Taylor. 2:30, No. 5, Miss Lula supplied with cow-bel- ls, publio square. At the city hall a I. P BikifiiD, Prr.l, Jo. 11. Uiimi, Cashier Walker. sI,.A.1l:E:M::E2sII, Wodnosday, Nov. 23; 8, No." 01, small crowd assombled to listen to Of the Condition of the . 11:30, the burning eloquence, that was (Miller District) No. 103, Miss Lida Martin. 2:30, poured out like water by local talent. Sovoral announced that it was No. 70, Miss Effie Kahn. ' Thursday, Nov. ., 24; 8, No. 28, W. good to bo thore. Others expoundG. Gardener. 11:30, No. 51, Miss ed tho time honored nnd rook-ribb- ed Nettie Rogers. 2:30, No. 0, John principles of Democracy. By far the At the Close of Business 13. Taylor. larger portion called upon, simply October 8, 1892. f Friday, Nov. 25; 8, No. 11, D. B. bogged to be oxcusod. It was truly -- FOR THE RESOURCES. 10 J, E. K. Shultz. disheartening Rhoads. 11, No. to witness the want Notes and Bills 847,271.17 of enthusiasm. 2, No. 101, Jo. B. Rogers, Sr. Real Estate 3,000.00 MONDAY, NOV. 28. The Democracy seems to realize Furniture nnd Fixtures.. 1,500.00 8:00; No.48 (Clear Run.) that they have "bit off more than Expenses 1,545.07 they can chew." 11:30; No. 07 J. L. Hoover. Thoy can't take Cash on Hand and m other Banks 39,272.98 care of their elephant. 2:30; No. 83 J.J. Koown. -- ANDIt must bo rememberod that their President, TUESDAY, NOV. 20. 892,589.22 8:00; No. 58 (Mosoly.) thoir platform and several factions LIABILITIES. 11:30; No. 45 E. E. Rhoads. of their .party, all differ upon the Capital Stock 825,000.00 2:30; No. 80 Miss Sallie Davidquestions of the day. Now is the Due Banks 20.00 timo for Kentucky Republicans to Interest and Exchange son. 3,748.59 862,31 make a ten strike. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30. At this placo, Reserve 2,250.00 Surplus Fund 0:00; No. 24 (Panther Creek.) alone, there are already, some eight 60,708.32 Deposit Account 11:30; No. 43 Miss Annie Clark. or ten applicants for the post-offi2:30; No. 70 Miss Sallyo Colo-m- an, In a short time the whole party in 892,589.22 this State will be in n squabble for In submitting this we beg to state THURSDAY, DECl. the spoils. It was during Mr. that our business has steadily grown -- FOK THE PRICE- Cleveland's 8:00; No. 42 J. D. Hooker. term Mr. 'each month since our opening, and that by tho most careful, watchfulness and Miss Pearl Mill11:30; No. 03 Bradley made his magnificent race a strict observance ofthe principles of er. for Governor. Tho Democracy will the most conservative Banking, we 2:30; No. 00 Alva Jones, L M. loose sight of State affairs in their hope not only to extend our acquaint greed for the offices. This taken to- ance, but to prove ourselves worthy Render. gether with the fact that tho party in the confidence that is beiug so liberalFRIDAY, DEO. 2. ly reposed in us. this State has made through its legis8:00; No. 05 II. T.Crowe. -We are here to accommodate the ALL THE- lature a remarkably assinine exhibi- people, each and every business, 10:30; No. 50 B. L. Kelly. l:00;No.78 Miss Bettie John tion of itself, gives tho Republicans a courtesy shall be extended to them, splendid opportunity to redeem this but in no caso shall safety bo sacriston. ficed friendship or to obtain busState from ruination. Let tho bugle iness. for John H.Bahnks, Cashier. -- IN THE- sound the battle cryl Let every ReONION. Nov. 14. John W. Taylor spent publican see that its echoes aro IT IB A DITTY yon owe yonr.elf andfntn. beet value for your money. Saturday night and Sunday at Small sent flying from end to end of this ly to Bet Iks your luoiiTrnr by purchasing vvnuniiztf in ft I.. ilougla. Hhor., which rcprrseDC ine Commonwealth, Demociacy in this house, the guest of his son, P. B. TayUS ShOHMUU State must die. Roiuk Hood. lor. -- AND00 Mrs Cora Taylor and children, are 2.30 spending this week near Liberty, iSKflaK ,.. J. f12.00 0 LASIM Two Way. of Kxprtnlng It. the guests of J. W. Taylor. 2.00 On trial for an assault, which took and family, spent A. C, Stevens 2.25 81.75 placo at tho assizes Bomo years since, rem ioys IN THE- Fiiday, Saturday and Suuday, visi- a medical witness in giving his evi1.75 ting in Equality aud Newhope neigh- dence informed tho court that on exjtifn JHKxuaiK rait amining tho prosecutor ho found him borhood. Lon Rogers finished delivering to- suffering from n sovero contusion of tho integuments under tho left orbit, bacco last week. His tobacco brought with great extravasation of blood, him $146.50. and occhymosis in tho surrounding A. C. Stevens finished delivering cellular tissuo, which was In a Thero was also consider- THE 1ST SHOK IN THtWMLO FOR THE NONET. Friday. His crop brought him 104. OT1IKK. HPEQIAI.TIEH In footw.u knot able abrasion of tho cuticle. thsume tilfb grade, ana RprMent a money Talus 50. Some of tho fanners have begnn charged, bee Judgo You mean, I suppose, that far beyond toe price bottomof each that turn and prloo are .ramped on .hoe. gathering their corn. .TAKK hO MUrthTITIITK: tho man had a black eye? . w W. In Dengla., Ilreckton, Ala... Bold by Mr. Render's two little children, Witness Yoa. HOCKER & TABOR, Judge Thon why not say so At who have had diphtheria, are some Rosine, Ky. oncol Exchange. . S. B. S. A SPECIALTY. better. DRY GOODS. We have not the space to more our bargains this time, and we show our stock in Shoes, Har-ilinsb- urg Trunks and Yalises. .have a. full line. SARA $ ME. PALMER HOUSE. Wanted To exchange one new hay rake,one Beaver Dam wagon and buggy for corn. Call at once. DEPOSIT BANK Dan F. Tracy. SUBSCRIBE Buy - Eepufa. .... It IM - I, ce. BOTH PAPERS OP ONE. COUNTY NEWS. 4.oom 5.00rO3 A smmtm -- m Ml NATIONAL NEWS wmEm m, TRIBUNE. W. L. S3 SHOE uiifflW DOUGLAS $1.25 per year. tumo-fiedstat- Job Work teen on my visit wants to talk law to The Intermediate Department was iu me. I don't know why, for I never chargo ot Richard Foster and right Miss Katio looked inside of a law book, nor do I, well nro they doinir. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. have any aspirations iu that direc- Coombcs has chargo of the Primary tion, but all seem to think I ought Department, and Miss Maggio Nail Tho collcgo to know all about it. After talk- 13 musical instructor. TOWN TATTLER ing with John J. for awhile I left him has a good corpse of teachers, and I Continues hia Visit Finds to go into tho law office of Walker & enjoyed my visit very much. I will Mr. Walker was sick, but I now walk out to the mill to sec Dire Rowe. Business Good WriteB I find Dire busy grinding found Jake busy bringing a suit for White. an Interesting ComCircuit Court. He was very much nnd superintending everything about munication. elated over bis recent victory, nnd tho mill. He is a member of the firm And just as I was about going into assured mo he had nothing but kind of J. W. Ford & Co., and a good fel Mr. Rowe low he is. After inspecting the mill feelings toward anyone. the County Judge's office I remembered that I had failed to find J. E. is a typical Kentucky gentleman, full until I waB satisfied I began my The homeward march, feeling that I had Foglo when I called at his law office of fun and good hard sense. a few days ago, and so 1 went back picture gallery is next on my way,and been much benefited by my entire Sure enough he I will go in and sec Mr. Davidson. visit, and iu the language of the poet, to see if he was in. was there, and studying, too. Jesse is Some may think I went in to have I cpn say n close student and I'm glad to see him my picture made, but far be it from "My task is done, my song has ceased, My theme has died into nn echo. doing so well. He possesses that same me to impose on a good natured man The torch shall be extinguished which of breaking bis camera. quality of being a man of few wonders, to the extent lamp has lit my but that iew wonders always mean Everybody knows he would not risk Tho spell shall break of this protracted dream, Well, well, up the next his camera on me, so I will pass out something. And whnt is writ is writ. steps, whom should find, but thatris. into the streets again. Well, well, if worthier but I am ing young attomey, James A. Smith? here isn't Uncle Tom Duke's saddle Would that I were not now. Jim's a brainy young fellow, perhaps shop and here he is busy at bis work Aud the vision flit less palpably bea trifle modest, but withal a coming and just as jovial as he ever was. Did fore me, nud the glow He was reading somebody on you know Hartford would be in a Which in my spirit dwelt is now flutman. tering faint and low." juisprudence when I went in, and, of bad fix if it wasn't for such men as course, the subject came up, naturally Tom Duke? Not needing anything Ho Is a Star. enough, for discussion. I settled It in his line, I stayed only a short while "Dead Broke" Cyclist Wylie, of very quickly by saying that I had and continued my journey on further New York, who recently finished n failed to find more than one or two down only to run into Kahn's Trade trip from New York to Chicago on juries that had any prudence, and that Palace before I hardly knew it. This a safety without spending a cent, seI was opposed to the jury system any- is a favorite place of mine and I drop cured quite a lot of "valuable" autohow. Jim smiled and as I started I in every day to see Fred and the old graphs on the trip. heard him say something under his man. They are a splendid pair, both The keeper ot a hostelry at Hanbreath about fool killei. I went into full of fun and business. "Why Fred cock, Md., wrote: the County Judge's office, Judge Baruch can add up a column of fig"1 was honored by the dead beat Morton and Marshall, W. P. Thomas, ures before you can hardly count six, stopping with me over night. u, were talking something about serving and another thing he does it the Gerit is worth half a dollar to see "spenies," or something like that, and man language aud I never know when the beat eat. Take a look at him. Let I asked if they were served before or he gets through, but he's always cor- him sample your grub." after the dessert, aud the Judge said, rect. Mr. Kahu is a splendid bus'u Other testimonials were recorded as biting his lips, that any time would nces man and has amassed a consider- follows; able fortune since he came to this do, but they were usually served "This is the hardest laced man I meals, and Billy remarked country and is now doing a good bus- ever came across. He dropped into something about summoning a jury to iness. "Hello,'' 1 heard someone say my place, sUeditup, nud then gave try a lunatic and laughed, but I didn't when I lett Kahn's store, aud looking a hungry sigh." see the iun so I went over to see Col. in I saw my friend, C. R. Martin, in Another individual wrote as follows: Barrett, across the hall. The Colonel his new quarters, "let me sell you a 'I hope no more dead beats will was in hia usual, jolly mood that baB ring for your best girl," he said. I stike the town; one is enough." made him so popular, both as a news- may be the happy possessor of such Aud at one place he was speeded paper man and cultured gentleman. a noble creature, but I know nothiug on hi way with the advice: He is Master Commissioner.you know, of it, for I have passed too tar along "Ride on ns your muscle increases, and just ns our conversation was grow-in- the line of life for anyone to ever so will your estimate of humauity." most interesting the hour arrived thing of me, and I told Martin that I Some young ladies at Brownsville, for the taking of depositions in some had no girl, and passed ou to see Jim Ohio, wrote: "This is no hotel, nud case or other and I took a reluctant Williams making pills, and right we nre no cooks, but gave him his well does he do it. Jim is a splendid dinner. Nellie, Julia nnd Clemmie.'' leave, Next is the County Attorney's office and I went in finding Mr. young druggist and understands medOther autograph presentations read: Frauk L. Felix busy engaged. Frank icine well for one Of his age and expe "Wo were all dead broke, when is all work and bull-dotenacity. rience. I met Mr. Bell, a member of 'dead-brok- e' Wylie left us. Dayton He's a kind ofa stick to-- it of a fellow, this firm, in the office, and was treat Bicycle Club." and by the way that's the quality that ed nicely by him. J. W. Lytle is "Mr. Wylie's wheel is in need of rules the world. I had noticed as I also a member of the firm, but he lubiication. I am full of the milk of came that on the door was a card that was at the college teaching the young human kindness, and I am glad to said, "Police Judge's office," and I idea how to shoot and I didn't gel to give asiistance." asked Frank who and where the sec him, Jim told me all about the Wylie is a native of Alabama, will Judge was. He said it was none oth- party at the Hartford House last Fri- bo 24 years old in February, and er then Judge W. L. Hawkins and day night, and said I ought to have weighs 133 pounds. His mount is a that he was over at the Herald office been there, but on looking at my pneumatic-tire- d safety bicycle of gen preparing his educational column for wrinkled brow he changed his notion erous weigh i. to which is attached a publication. But while he yet spake and said nothing more about it. M. 1 uggage carrier, n lamp and a placard eading, "New York and Chicago, in walked the Judge with his broad L. Heavrin is a good fellow and I be" smile and said he was glad to see me. lieve I will go up and see if he wauts dead broke." Hartford Republican nort'i of tho southern extremity of Hud' em's bay. Tho Miimiicn thcio aro r short that tlieso reptiles have No Siiukm In tlio loo tit glum. Tl ,'ro is not n lizard or siniko COYOTE How Ilia Tnivny STHATCGY. no timo to enjoy tliomsolvi-- oven if tho ," mud nt a depth of two or tlireu feet below tho suifneo were not froz n nil tho year round, thus .g them of n place to hibernate. Snakes nnd lizards cannot riuluro n cold climate, nnd n latitude of 63 dega. noi th is altogether too frigid for them. Interview in St. Louis do-priGlobo-Dcmoera- t. mid-nig- ht A woman got on tho car tho other dny nnd as tho conductor parsed handed her faro up. He did not pco her, nnd it wns funny to wntch sho straggled with her desire to bo honest nnd tho nfronger ono to beat tho road out of ono fnre. Cupidity triumphed, however, nnd with a smilo of satisfaction on her face sho put tho monoy back nnd thoroughly enjoyed thnt rido. Now York Recorder. First I'm'iI fur Sun. Cupidity Trluiiilieil. instead of being tho child of tho asol, is its It is probablo thnt tho umbrella, par- for everything indicates that it was first used as a sun guard, and later on as a rain guard. As soon as it was found to bo available in wet weather as well ns in sunshino it branched off, nnd, lol tho parasol was born. Tho French have their pnrnpluictj nud s ombrelloaiul their parusolo; tho havo their regensehirm nnd their sonnenchinn. It is lielievcd that Italy was tho first European country to ndopt those conveniences which were first ucd as parasols, nnd after ns umbrellas, until loth Detroit Freo were manufactured. Press. Ger-mnn- Gen-tlemc- Thompson' Wit. Some ono ut a college dinner made n rather offensive speech, when his neighbor heard Thompson say in a meditativo manner, "Ho reminded mo of his father." People near liim turned, expecting somo reminiscence of a laudator' kind, when ho ndded, "He succeeded in being nt onco dull and flippant;" then, nfter a short pause, "no uncommon combination." Gentleman's Magazine. Yrs uml 'o I g In tho speech of 60 highly developed a people as tho Celts there is no equivalent to "yes;" thus it hap- pens that you shall never hear an Irish waiter pronounco tho shibboleth iyCSSjr" of his English confrere, for ho invariably expresses mi allinna-tivby somo such phrase as "I shall, sir I" "It is, sir!" Blackwood's Magao zine w g Arniyuf tliititrry llrutrt Ctipturi' It l'rt'j. In the dim light of the early morning in certain parts of tw Humboldt, :. 1 o.hor valleys LViIUKbMI, M..VW.I tawny tinny, may lor .it. r. '. innr8hr.1n'li'irvi,,!v i by dozens and in others by scores. Tho nriny is called together by a reveille, and scon tliJK.ifici' lh J Htningo music which Irer '.3 C'.o r.Illness of tho desert svell" into a e'lorus participated in by all tho members of tho tawny troop. It is tho Lr.ihoring tl tho coyotes, and they nro out, tluir npputitcs sharpened by the c:,! "p air, to gain their regular breakfast of jerked jack rabbit meat. There is a Buiflling the cayo and greascwood by 111110113 tho avant courriers of tho sharp toothed brigade. Meantime all tho others havo been deployed in mirii a manner that when a fleet footed jack has boon raised from his lair ho is passed on and on. Tho coyotes usually arrange themselves in tho form of a long ellipse. Thus tho jack, however largo and strong, nnd whether fleet as tho wind, is buro to at lust weary himself. Ho cannot get out, for n wily coyote at. every turn cheeks him and keeps him in tho ellipse mid in tho lend of When tho eoyoto in Ids pursuer. pursuit tires, nnother, fresh ns the air of tho morning, takes up tho chase. Thus an untiring Nemesis is always after him, ami iu due tinio tho tired, panting rabbit falls a prey to tho yellow troop. At tho death they nil rush in, their jaws working like fast flying Bhear blades. The rabbit is cut in pieces, snapped up and eaten, and then another weird reveille is sounded and another jack is started up; and thus they go for two or three hours sometimes, until tho hunger of nil is nj pensed. Tliis huutitiir in troops enables each of tho brigade 'of coyotes to get n good meal. If but ono of tho coyotes wero to start after the rapidly flying jack he would became quickly winded without affecting tho jack what' over; but with relays of coyotes, and one always to take up tho chase when tho other is tired, victor soon perches on their banner. The eoyoto tinny is most scientifically generaled. The commander-in-chief- , 11 veteran of tho elui'-e- , usually sit3 on somo slight eminence, hia lieutenant nud nids lieing in full view to repeat hi1-- orders. Never was there a better drilled iinny than thisof the coyotes. What they don't kuow about maneuvering, nmbucades nnd tho tactics of tho field generally it will take a long tinio to find out. I havo studied them much. It is one of tho most interesting sights of tho desert to see tho marshaling of the coyotes nt tho sounding of tho weird reveillo and wntch their capture of tho rabbits. Colonel Joseph Grandehuyer. A Prize Picture Puzzle. EXPLANATION. The foliowine picture contain i four fecti. man ami hit three Uugt.trt. Any one can find the tiiani face, but It I lint w eaiy to tlUtlnguUh the facet of lh three young la4iei The picture wat puUUhrri In a few newiutn tome time ngi. nnd Attracted considerable attention to our standard re mediea. We now offer a HOW ln competition In connection with it. At the tole object U to Introduce our medicine Into new home, thoaewho entered the former competition are requested not to compete tn this one. A to the reliability of "The Ford Pill Co.," and the en una t ion In which their medicines are httd In Toronto, Canada, where they are best known, patron are referred to the daily ucwipaperSi wholesale druKgUu and leading btulncu bouses generally of Toronto. r r rti; 1 it Zmm Cnrrlago and Hnrnoes, Mtui m$goo, (ticincrtiifrt. luthey).ieroii mIhi can tnakc out the thrco iUut.htm' fare. To Eor-rlnK- a. The rwpHeton pf "Tht Ford Pill Co.," will tUi an V;nt Ladv'fl Onlrt Wnlnh. et in uiihirr ami iluinomli. i therM iii tenume Diamond china Service. iheiuiheVMv.iiti:ena Kodak Corpora. TotheiuM.aSwIaa Mualo " evaimuo. mrM. n Froncn lYlantol Clock. iaun .'At". box. 10 lothe ttiM,auirui Crown Uorby ynaoa. loine rmMBcumpicie K.BWn Vamp, oott and many other pure in vrilrr of merit. r.e-j- - competitor mutt cut out the above "I'll tele. l'lrturv',ditini:uUii the tlitcci;irli'focc by mailing a crou with a trail pencil on each. and enclose same with l$ U. S. tw went iMnps for otto of the following Trlre Kemedieet oe "Kortl, Prlre "Kord' Trite l'llla." "KoriP l'rlio Cutnrrh lenlCMy,, Addreti "Tho Ford Cough Cure." Select any one of the ahoret i.mediei you dcire. v.hoM envelop li Till Co.," Cor. Wellmstcn k llay Stv, Toionto, Canada. The u.- ..1. v.111 nwnroru ill: n.M 'wr. biki imici to '.... w. iii.n.. .imarHcuiiiKb titement appear! aimuitanciuriy throuchut the UniieJ btatee, every one bat an epial opior. Ctirlajhl Concert. unity. To ihepenon itndini-th- e taniver i!It jivtnan lutrmt Totheripeion from th decantwndini a correct aner .ni Drtiutl l'lnlio, talued at M50O.OO. .ill be gitcna gentleman' line Gtilil "S.'itltlo" AVutrll. hkh tttilea lb houri and quarter from thAii, a hourton amall cathedral rone at t Irature. and valued at atliOO.od. Totha Kitfet j- lllcyclo, pneumatic tiie. To the iXml from ll.e iiiYj. afirttla r ngliih Shot vim. Taih f.iurtk f,nm the .ul, a iiiitanf I'tirlortheFurniture. Totha fiflk from tha ur, a Totha handiome Silier Ten .Sort lex". To the tit Ik from n'. an elegant I'lano 4rt from'tra Uu, a (tnutna irtrilk from the .ii, a handmme iair of Portleroa. To tha Fngltih leather trattllin; Trtinlt. To the mart fiura tha Lul, to piecci of geruina rieoch Stilt uary. and many other ( rue In order of merit. -pe-" 1111: in any pan f ih Uniti I given an elegant the To the tktrd will I giten a pair ot Riven a hamiwme Dinner j!r rt Shetland Pqt Jrtiwill sii, !. SPECTAT,. A riUZKS FOR FaAClI STATE. valuable , prire of a Silk yanlt. ny color), or ft (tnt'cUM Sewing Machine (any nuke drMrrU) will U cUrn la th Jtut prrvy. In each Slate in tha U.S. who can make out tho three luiKhtcn.' face, we aliall give away 200 nrliea tckMet iecu. pruet, (if (litre ahouM be to many wrMing correct amwera.) Nrtchargf U made for bating and (tacking of ll.e namMof the leading ptire winner will I pt it t until In connection with our atlverliaement in leading neu month. Kxtrn premium will be Riven to only those who are In introducing our mcdicinea. Nothing a charged for the priret In any way. They utllms toa-U- l Mimroducc anJatUertite llcmcUIca, which are ttand are absolutely given ard medicines, and will be used in eery family fir e.".r where they hae been once tntnluced. All jn'e wilt be awarded strictly in order of merit, and with erfcct i4liUctKn to the public Thtrtroediet will be sent by iru.l, poManl, and pilrci Tret) of ipecial I)rra Pattern (Iitn re. aav ncair "Pottl l'rlio tint'. A MATCH FOlt EVEHY COItnF.CT ANSWER. enclose them within 30 day from the time this advertnement appear In the newpaper, they ar guaranteed either on of trie levling pri es, or nn extra premium of it watch on condition stated, onecf Korl Retnexllea rioamwer wittl-- noticed that doe not contain v cent Address THE FOKO FILL CO, "37 Cor. Wellington A Bay Sts., Toronto. Cintdt. An extra premium of a genuine "l'varlcHN AVatcli (ttm winder,) will be awarded toerery not they rfier hi aderliement appear, in Knonwhoscndacvrret amer within jotUy plic.t Hut U, if any one can find cat thre should and the facet one of the hrgcr fr Frllo Tlje ITatented 111 Obtained, and all fAll.M hlai.t.f .1 tttidul to for UWi:il.n R I ZFS I'm .mIk-- i opposite the " b I'lili'iit Oflicv mill ia,t rernotu flow lam 1'atetiK I" lew -- I mm Hum mil MUltt.U Uli.lHIMi i,i Hloio of lini'iilcim We ndlw n to imn nl ability ftro nf luiif uml wv mute .Mj LIIAhUi. -- m i hi i LM.h f.nr.sr Foi citniiiir mirier Iiti.. iiimI itf'Ti nrt to I'livrr actual UiclitK In )iiiu mn lon"' ,u"0 ' n c DUGXEYEJL StaijM United flat." asl T' Ii- ister, Citliier. . ui.d lUvtuterini; Atlachm.nt, Mil fa- - j!-.- .) 2S3S 'A 'V"3 v" I n I'rncllcnl .Tlarlilnr, Apprrrla leil I)) I'riirllral Iltialtiea. Ulan. ' k 1 hand, umly Mi Met lirnwernnd IMA7.V ll'e T?y ,rv furnlhel Comlilnattoa with Com l.n . I li ii 1. t .1 Qmm:e I'atem (One 'Inifnunttm I) tmaamHmm O 01NTIKIIT SURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A It r It ii. 1, r I. int'i ' He is one ot the oldest and most popu- wants me to talk law to Hindoo Witchcraft. lar educators in the county, having and if he does I won't stay long. In All Hindoos beliovo in witchcraft, Many I go and find Mr. Heavrin rending a and, in strango contrast to tho old taught tor about forty years. of my associates, in my younger days, law journal, aud the very first thing believers in witchery, they beliovo young and pretty maidens aro were students of his and I would have he does be calls my attention to a that tho chief actors in such uncanny been, but like a good many young- particular paragraph in a journal I mummery. If crops aro blighted or sters of this generation, I was too never heard of. I excused myself if a general sickness prevails they smart to go to school, and hence the and left him alone to get consolation write tho names of all tho young beech timber that grew for me, from his law books. I met Mr. Lige women of tho vicinity on separate treo branches and then immerso tho and which the Judge was so well Williams at the door of his grocery stems of tho twigs for four hours and able to handle, was never broken. and he invited me in, I accepted a half in a solution of holy water and A good nutured, "come in" greet- the invitation and went in, sat down aromatic herbs. If ono or moro of ed my rap at the door across the and stayed for a considerable time. tho twigs wither during tho specified time the young women whoso name ur, He's a jolly old bachelor aud could or names is attached thereto is imhall I entered. Attorney, J. P. was preparing a brief, at talk over things that had passed long mediately put to death. Thus tho least he said it was, but it looked to ago, consequently time flew swiftly influenco of tho witch is counteractme, rather extended, covering as it by and it was dinner time before I ed, tho crops saved nnd health restored. St. Louis Republic. did, not less than eight pages of hardly knew it. I started down to the Hartford House to get my dinner, Wliut I'lcaaca a IVomau. legal cap aud that too, double interIt pleases her to bo called a sensilined in that inexplicably intrinsic on ray way 1 had to pass the feed store of J. W. Ford & Co. , and I ble little woman. and snake track hand write, so ex It pleases her to bo called a well clusively the acquirement of the le- never could pass there without going dressed woman. It pleases her to bo told that sho is gal profession. John Sep Mosley, in to see John Phipps and Mr, Ford, dangerously fascinating. Dave Johnson and D. C. Hunley, for they always have some funny It pleases her to bo told that sho were at work selling tax receipts, jokes to tell that naturally takes one's iw;irovps u man by her companionat pur only. A tax receipt won't mind away from the cares of every ship. day life and they make mo feel like u It pljases her to be loved and shave a little bit. And Sheriff Tayby u man who is strong enough life is worth living with all of its vilor, well, he was busy helping cissitudes. But being hungry, I will to rule and subduo hor and mako his them. Calvin is a good fellow and way her way. To lead her and tako go on down to the hotel nnd get my caro of her. Philadelphia Music and it has always been a strange thing dinner before I walk out to tho college Drama. why some loving maid didn't take aud water mill. Mr. Howard is the A Story of an Engllth Guard. lii tn all to herself for a term of aud John gentlemanly proprietor A story, illustrating tho tenacity ninety-ni- ne years, or during his Bell, the obliging clerk, and it goes of custom in European communities, natural life. Girls he's honest and without saying that I was treated well. is that of tho sentinel at a certain lias got the rocks, what more couid Right here I want to thank Mr. How- point in a public garden in London. Nobody know why ho was stationed you ask? ard, for ho wouldn't take any pay, at that particular point until somo Hut time flies these days, so and all I could do wns to purchase one, delving in old records, discovT went over to see Uncle Jim and some cigars and continue ray stroll, ered that generations beforo a senOwen. They were both busy waitCusebicr & Burton's stable on the tinel had been placed thero to warn pooploof a nowly painted bench. on customers. Uncle Jim is corner attracted my attention mid I Chicago ing Herald. ono of the best men I ever knew, went over to see them awhile. A II U Sc)tho Hurled tilth Him. nnd Owen, why, he's u regular splendid set of boys around here. Tho aged keeper of tho Curfow homo boy. He stays with the old Perry was busy hitchin a horse to a tower, Windsor castle, years ago exfolks and will succeed, while many buggy. Tom was starting out with a pressed a desiro that tho scy tho with a boy, who leaves the old folks will road wagon. Sam was just ready to which ho was wont to mow tho Mr. Caecbicr lawn might bo buried with him. Acfail. Around the corner and up the go to Beaver Dam. cordingly, after his coffin had been htops, I find those able lawyers, Mas-.s- ie was hustling around keeping every- lowered into tho grave, tho scythe thing iu order. Mr. Burton was at was A: llayward, and that hustling carefully laid on it London business man and politician, T. J. Beaver Dam, nud altogether they I will Smith, with whom I had a pleasant were doing a good business. Chlneae l'aper Money, now start on my journey to theCollege Tho Chineso paper currency is in stay, then spoke a few words to my I will, of course, red, white and yellow, with gilt letand water mill. old friend, Dr. J. S, Morton, anil hurmount the large stone steps lending tering and gorgeous littlo hand drawn ried on for time admonished me that devices. Tho bills to tho ordinary institution ot learn-inif I didnt hustle as the boys say, I'd up to that grand financier might pass for washing known as Hartford College and bills, but thoy aro worth good money fail to get around. Business Institute, aud say that I am in tho flowery kingdom. Golden Before I hardly knew it I was again ouce more in the walls of a college, Days. on the ground, looking up and down but not to pursue the arduous duty of Nearly Heady. the street, not Knowing which way to reciting a lesson in geometry or tell-- . Littlo Boy Pupa, I wish you'd go, whether to go on down the street ing about ancient history, but for the send me to college. Papa It will tako a long timo to or step down and see John J. I will purpose of seeing how everything is proparo you for collego, my son. do the latter. I found that genial, moving along around this place. I I Littlo whole-soul- ed young fellow, John J. find Dr. Alexander drilling a classs down to Boy Huh You just como tho river and bco mo pull an is his office reading McHeury, sitting in one room, 0. M. Shultz with his oar. Good Nows. tho first volume of Blackstone and so class iu another, J. W. Lytle in anThe Kxpanaton Tower. intent was he, he hardly noticed that It has been computed that a half other, all busy instructing tho young. I had slipped in on him. He quickly sufficient majority, seem to noto sheet will dovclop nnnnArtiiAH AMlfiitt arose, invited me to have a seat and The students, as a IT aUVAS UU1UVU 4 AnU VirliA. 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