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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL qu .-, SUBSCRIBE roit Tin: mm, Publisher, BISTRICT. n V USUI tl.25 Per Amo, Ii A.,.b... $1.25 per year. SufJ ( IV. & I MS yol. v. J ffi IXAllTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2$, 1892. erst1 NO. 22. Was it n new turn In her madness? Was he nlmut to bo thrust over tho walls of paradise? Whllo ho stood in n whirl of new wonderment the mnu lu the parlor came out into the ball. Annie grasped convulsively nt her husband's arm the moment sho saw the stranger. The latter advanced with outstretched hand, and smilingly said: "Don't you know me, Annie?" She feared she did. It was tho portrait in her father's library personified. sho managed to gasp. "Who are "Who am I? Why, your cousin, William Bnrnett. Am I welcome?" She turned her frightened face upon the man at her side, whoso perturbation was almost as great ns her own. "Then who are you?" "I also am William Burnett, but no relative of yours, snvo whnt tho ceremony just nowmndome. I called to see your father about a baseball engagement, and I begin to fear thero has been some mis" Ho didn't finish tho expression of his fear. Annlo fainted, and ho had lust tlmo to save her from a hard fall upon tho teasel-ated PROFESSIONAL CARD. e j., 3. Eci-wrlr- L IRo-7r- ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KKNTUCKY. JU. I. OltSS. 0-lQ33.- j. a. a. WIDMM. That dreaded and dreadful disease shall sft&tf What rjcotts stay ft. I - 1 Ss Vs7"eca.dIrLjr'f HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's its ravages? Thousands t lirnulsion o! pure iMorwcgian &&W say cod liver oil and hvnophosnhiles of lime and soda has Gltrccl us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading Make no delay but take to consumption? Peon's r.tnulslun Ilsusr.) T2n2"Jly Will practice their profosslon In all the courts Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeal. Special attention ftiTen to crimmal practice and collection., Coldo, Coiioiimption, Scrofula, tinil nil Anaomio nm! Wasting Uioonsos. ProvontB wasting In Chlltlron. Almost ut tuilntnltlo ns inllU. ttrt only the genuine. Pro-run- s! euros Cougho, $y mtm a IIIT.V) TT'S NI.W THAU'S uls dairies .. Smith, Attorney at Law, -- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h'.s profession lu Ohio and adjoining counties, and tho court of Appeals, bpocia. attention given to collections. Office north side public square. vl Tl by Hcott .t Hownc, CliotuKts, Now York. Hold by all Dru'Iste. HffllllSM MISTAKEN IDENTITY; ()!!, HOW Wlt.1.1 M floor. TTTnr.TT - ; SEPXEEEBEK Murk (lie Opuiuii.; of tin' FALl.timl WIN IKK TRADE. Vo oiler ci.i. IH'-- was large'i'n nr.H lor voiir iiipiTtiin a It'opjrlcht. I ', by Amirlciin I'ri-s- s Assocla-tl.iii- .l thi: . 01 New iiiol Dcitnhlo (londs nt stock sums,1 i ' iiwH.' S W e.s,,e-- W& vjJ i 'O men lm lug tlir Mime ii'itue .'Illusion llUMtlrKH lit I lie rcshli me of r 'I "f '1'..,.. tr..- ..! ".1FIIVI . will cur a ""' Jii'w liny, itlj' in l.Ml'Ol.TKD sriliNtiS l'aihiii MHr. of Europe, , AMERICANS 1'AIiK.v.Vj In ih'.v Mini Utiuln'nl iut!cnM. ' H.VLlSIVKl)l!(iNrt In lull ii,l winter nnvellii. - tr - Our iiiuHf mi iiiij I'nttutt,' liiemis BEST VALUES fcr LOWEST ,000 I'm It ami Priws' inter C5i Clank's, Latest 0. :. S.)8 $.rOto.$J l'otirtli A Styles, each: Qv&r street & v., LoiiinvillB, Kv. Mies. Mi h inlnlit bur lnlsliikc rnino (Hit of It, cliuilKiliK tliruliole (ulllx'i.f life if KcM'ial Niili',niiil llliiotriitlnKItb (nil forre thu I nil Ii (if tlic nlil btiin Mr Ii IcIN iih "mi li.it a nlenilvr thrcml l.mif; (.'VurlnKtiiiK t lin:;?." Colonel Tit Inr wiw n widower, iio.cmi1 of dim rlillil. ii lnrtje f. riniH', tin cuinlrlc ill'IMwItinti mi iih nbiJui Ulii'f In blin wlf. Kobrxly tonlil rente t!ic wblrli bmiiulit to lb" vnloi el 'lis Inlllt.iry title. Tliu.cnloiii'l lilin.elf nevtr oliliitei'ri'il tin' Infoi Hint inn. Hint no otic of libtiiMiuiiliitniiiv bail cnumftf toe"K It nt i(iul,tiiirU't. Tin' k in ril livlli'f tltmlly M'ttlinl upon tin. tliwry tli.it t'ic niniiV piikniir'ty .mil bUi.blllty tnoii'iimliil obedient, t III "i"'"i' nt nil time i.uikmI for Mill tbe title ullbo'it tint fornuil Imp. tlsin In IiKmhI upon tlic lb !! of buttle. t Colonel Tntlur mhh tiii iimti of f'linrlmtuwii by niuon of bin RiipeHiii' n M. 1 erxum-Monoid fHtsssss mm iniiM'iitliitml iiml tintlmi'ly tlii'ilnii-lili'lnHili'i- Annie, "tiood news, p.ipaf" his stare over her colTce cup. "VeH,"(uintipid thecnlotii'l hententloti'dy. Tb'-i- i hi, n adi' a charge at thu broiled u!il' l:cn on bis plate. "Wh.itr" " Viiu'ru tXsBUYTHESN. llGHT IUHHIHG riHtil BffiSr WOODWORK, SW-;- ;v a--v ' w f m OST CURAHLC. HKWfflCS. 'PrfSi?feiK j rftfaja-iriJ- O .7k cs';-- T THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Send TEN contB to an Union 8q., H. Y., forourprliOKnmo, "Dllnil Luck," anU win n New Homo Sewing Machine. Tho Now HomoSewing Machine Co, ORANGE, MA88. S2B UN10H SQUiREjer.V-- 0S--'4ticuv.'" FOR SALE BY ILL. cery pill lie rnriw lire out of w'lUb nn'iiey, ttlnr)" or tnijebt Ki ix)e. till to con.e. Tlie Ot'iorH tli.it fateful Milliliter .iv Yinr'n ilny Im bnil ii b.ivlvill innik !et'linf I'.'iitKlU in tin- wlilrliiinil of liv iienl .rblcli ..' A" . . l il i .. f.. it... .i .hi' i.'ii'.i.i .i... of tbei. nwt T ' i l.r i.i thcilbitnoti'l ! i i ( ii. i.i own (Sri j'k, i j C o I .i ti e I T ii y o r Mr.i litM.tr evlnii I a iru interest In tlic club. Tben I e u h i k il to ii. et pt the pn'HliV'ticy uinl l.e i nli il Tlieoliiie win lientowed iiikiii Iimii lli.'lilij n lb f r tlie iiirMiHe of i ml ( ntribiiiion In t'loli to Mill in liipiiibit-il- i il il. Hi it ill the tlvnMiry whim Ifml ln'-- f uleli I be ilnli ill splto of profeviDP il Tlie cbetl; wiir rbeeifiilly luiinleil tlie rolcil el iiutr, but itn lie, tiiiiil.ini;. iiib tlie riMilt tluit In eon-liuled jut ivi:nn Mirb baud n lti own WIH lieilltol to Hike Hole llnOW of tllO buitics policy of tli'i club to pnI.lo 11,'iiiist miollier di lloleiicy fur the next j ear. iiml In' iiHcunml cbarue of tjie (jiiijh, himI uldle tho eXHilrlclali "ilooil sal i tbelr iliemleH by xileiit (UiIiiiiIhvIhh, , mlvil tlmu tho No H'tiner luul tlir .si.iHim new puMilii.t wnit tiiwurheiiKHKinK'iuew tenni foi tbu next 'Ah fu,Oi,inli.ti Willi '. ,:". ::: ; III1IIIIKUII11I "i ii T"!i i l u litlfc n w CSwh.iI.ii j IA iiiiIii null hi ir pioml-lictK- rlclicH mid helf lemlrrJiip in bl mid ." . a i t 1 iia )a i on-t- - Kuo-(i- st c back to Fcliool." ".No!" It was mi exclamation with a rising iiilhctl'iii, full of heavenly testacy b) claspul bauds, li joyful Kiiil" nnd u i uppri'ssed shriek of delight. "Voti'ro jroitiK to nit married." "No!" This tlmu the xelamation hnd tbu fallint; iiilleitlon. Thu clasped liniuls ilr:iH'd Int'i l.er lap with n dull,.sickening thud, as tin y H.iy in the accident column of tin- - ncwspi.'crs, and thu MipprcsM'd hhrii k of (lelltfb; k:ivu waj to il suppressed mlMiiiuof ir.i.n.i and sub. The colonel merely grunted, scowled nnd drunk deep of the contents of his cup. "I get iniirrl si? Why. pap.il I've never liceti in low, evtii onie." "ti rem Scott! And what of Itf There's plmtj of time fjrlovi nfter you lire mar-iluWlij, loii'ie only seventeen." "Hut hut tin younji man has ever had :i chance to s1i w mo any ntteiitlon and niiike Invu to me" sins 'vni Hrtyiiif; u.iru-e-win ii btr father ititertiiptod with a Ixiincnii the table with hl list. "Well, I hhtittld miy not. YoutiK nien htreiil out know jour father too well to fool with tin Ir lives In tluit way." "Oh, pap'i, Mirely ou do not intend to deprive meof Iiiiviiik so:no fun, ius every girl bai liefoio she unttrles, by llirtinwlth theboyh." "run! Yon call that futif" roared the colonel. "I call it Idiocy. A sensible lrl Kfts mnrrled when the right man turns up, and" "Dot no man at all has turned up for mo th.it I know." "He h.'Mi't, Iieyf Well, ho will! I'll produce the light man. Don't trouble jour little head ubuut u Kiuall thing like li it K ilnj! l. ll ball player. Just tell him to call again. Iictter not let him In the house. They urn not all honest nnd well, you don't want to come in contact with one of them." "What Is this baseball pl.iyer's name." "I don't know, A friend of mini! Is bending him wrote that the man would call nnd bee mo today about an engagement for next summer. Great pitcher and all that. I'll attend to him some other time. No hurry." After her father had gone Annie went into thu library and stood for ten minutes X beforeof tho por- William trait lluruett, studying tllC counterfeit $&?' r; W jr 7i-li- tho man who hud chosen to bo in. IiiilIi iml "So that Is tho liinu. I don't like lit in. I never can like him, I know. What bhall I do? I never disobeyed papa or crossed one of his plans In my life. Hut this is too serious, and I suppobo tho tlmu htu conic for me to rebel." f'w.-- S a ntOJ een against tho engagement, now I'vo met you." "But I'm not yet engaged. Ho" stammered Burnett. "Oh, yes you are," sho Interrupted, with unsupprcsscd enthusiasm. "Ho told me all about tho preliminaries which were arranged by correspondence." "With Mr. Carter, I presume?" "I really don't know. But I shnll bo so happy with you. Why, you don't look one bit like jour picture." Burnett's confusion grew, partly because tho bundle of human loveliness had edged within reaching distance, so that the atmosphere of her enchanting presenco was becoming Intoxicating, and partly because ho rcmemliered a horrlblo newspaper of himself, published the previous summer nfter one of his great pitching feats for tho college nine. That "cut" hnd been n sore spot In his life, nnd was the source of much dialling by his friends. Of recourse ho thought his lovely ferred to that newspaper portrait, nnd he hastily replied: "Well, I hoponot. That picture mado mo look like n guv." "That Is what I thought, and I hated It. I made np my mind I'd bate you, too, but pic-tu- ro tete-a-tet- e Tho events which followed during the B. D. HINGO. E. D. OOFPY. next fow dnys and weeks ns tho sequel to cSs tho strango adventure of ono of tho William Burnetts cannot bo related herein. They would fill several volumes instead of several columns, and this Is Will practice In nl! couits of Ohio And udjoininf a sketch not n serial. Tho sayings and nnd Courtof Aa- and in bupener doings of Colonel Taylor when ho arrived eountits,Collrctions nd nil Court business legal attend.?! homo and lenrned whnt had occurred In o. Office, So. Si1) lI.Marktt tHartford, Ky. his absence would, If properly set forth, furnish enough "copy" to bo "continued in our next" until some tlmo in March. He wanted the lift of the man who hnd deceivingly become his soikln-lnw- ; but BurAflORMEV AT LAW, nett was In the bunds of his friends, and his friends knew Colonel Taylor as well as they loved William. As n consequence Taylor's vengennco could not reach tho victim of circumstances. ZE3. "W'ed.d.l.tafjr, Meanwhile Annlu recovered from the shock which fell upon her nt the discovery of her mistake. After that came the assurance in her heart that the mistake was "Just lovely" after all. When her father first proposed application for divorco on (Office in Crowder Ilullding.) the grounds of fraud, Annlo pleaded for Will practlcn hl profession in all the courts ol time. Finally she refused to go Into the Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary divorce courts, and in time made confesPnbllo i2n'nj sion that sho loved the man she hod married and would stand by him. Tho colonel stormed enough in thoso fow months to lash nn ocean into fury. But ZMT. Xj. E3.ea-rri:o., after every storm comes n peaceful calm. Burnett's friend nnd the friend of Colonel ATTORNEY AT LAW, Taylor Mr. Carter acted as mediator. Ho had valuable aid from Cousin Burnett, who proved himIn Will practice lil self to bo an un- Ohio and adjoining profession andall tho Courts el In tho Court ef (ountlcs, selfish man, and succeeded thus In Appeals. Special attention given to collection. Office, over Williams, Hell Co', drugstore. winning n regard from Annie he never could have won as her enforced husband. The final pence .Ringr, Attorneys at Law. G-iaff- Perry Westerfleld 22. Attorney at Law, FLoslne, ISLy -- Hartford. Ky. A ery hnndotiio joung man two hours later stopped In limit of the Taylor looked up nt the door for n moment, compared the number thereon with the miopcnlettertnhlsbatid, nud then tollloquiztd: "Thi" is the place. Shall I back out yet? resl-diui- e, I! l 1 K?-5i- F ,j ,; ft lll lo bine Il- lIll'llillXiM'll. lie nib Hit.ible iniiiilty Uihllli-,'i'ullt- y ' cu would liuiile bun tHipul'ir with tiic plnyiTH If bo Iiml i.ot. by Ins bulti sm rclatioiiH with them, let encli man tlii.t ii KK'iiii Ni'ir,ur.i rollinl nnd luatiil between in i'ldent nnd plajerover In dip. could ever bu which no thrown. The center lit lib r, .ju ex vol lent ua.u i l;ir foritot tbu dlllerenco lietwit'ii iiml tlie preHldciit tliut, in tho latter on tbu Mint onu dny, be salmi il with u "Ilellu, coloncll" Three Iiiuiih J.itir ho wiiH In pusesioii of Ids leliuse. lly inldwlntir tho C rajs' .iiipli'int nt. hud bleu uittaKi'il, Willi tbu exception of onu tnnru uood, MtoiiKi lellnble pitcber, mid Colonel Tu.iliii'tiuuotiiii'cd nijstirioin. y that bu lu.il "lines out fui'Jiist the man," iiml with the nM of u filuid he expected ti'nn(l his llsli U'fuie tliu new,. ir was mi Itlni-se- plnjirund vi.ltialilf uieiulo't'of the nine, lf "Oh, certainly not, If you lire assuming all tho responsibilities, lint might I bo alluwid to Know whohalsf Perhaps I've liexcr sein blm." "Well no, you havo not." "That's one loinfort. An entire Mranger no doubt r" "Not nt all. It'h your cousin." ".My cousin?" "Your cousin William lluruett, who lias been ill (it I many at school tho last ten J ears." "The original of the picture hanging above jour, lesl. In thu library?" "The Kline " "1 don't like blm." "You don't Know If you door not; you neiiTMiw blm." "Why, his portrait" "You me not marijlng the portrait. That was done three je.irs ago. No doubt hu has Kicity Impioved since then. That Is u mall pirtof the affair, however. A girl can liaru to lespect any man who In Milled to her and "Thui he Is rich?'' -- tluit." (y m4.iy (lnyn old. . . . tiCiiTnColil,,Couehii8oreThrot.Croup.Inutn A o. WhooplBB Couth. Bronchtti. nd Aa'hma. unJ ecrtiia cut. Tor Ooniumptlon In Brit tUs".oncf. O" t In lif th idvtnced etapei. arter t.kitff th; excellent elleet V'unlll fV.t Som. BoU ky Je.Un everywhere. battle CO cent! and $1 .00. lArgo i On this Xow Year's morning of our M ry with Annie, the colimcl was Ills only dillil. He was In one of bis iikhhIs, as linlicittil by the (otru-Kat- il folds of tho skin above Ids eyi'brow'rt and the ivskli- -s way in wlilcli bu dealt with Ids breakfast. Aiinlo WiiiK wliu s. child knew her father mid knew his It was not for her lo prod him out of such n lit of iiuatructlon, nnd whatever F.liu had to xay to him was for tho "Very." kindly arrange nil this "When did for int'f" ears ngo his father and I wero "riftecn j bosom friends. When his bon was ten jeaisold and you wero two wo betrothed I then took nil until that, co oui'childrtii. fur as my power extended, my daughter should many William lluruett when thu grew to womanhood." Annie Mghed. Then sho meekly asked: "When mil I to bco this nQlauced "Totluy." She Hushed nnd halt started from her chair. "Today?" "lie has written that ho expects to call mid close nil nrraugemetit in person on Jan. 1; that Is today," "So Kind of blm. Then I nm' to understand that Iheso iiri'angemcntH liuvu been forming lietwecn you for bouiu time?" "Certainly; by mall." "It wiiNti't thought ndvlpuhlo to consult tne uhout them?" "Why, no. What wn? tho nso of boring You nnd ho can youovirpielliiilnaile.'.? 11 x up II t tit) minor iktalls which wo may huvu forgotten." Atitila I.new her father's ecccntrlo nature; his passion for Indulging strango whims; his exaction of explicit obedience from her, but bho never ditamisl ho would demand Mich nnnlisolutuMirrinderof her I tit me life. Shu didn't know what her will, If she had miy, was In this Instance. If her unknown cousin wero handsomer than his portrait Miggestcd It might not bo so bad to leave school and become n bride. All girli wanted to get married homo time, sho knew, hut all girls of her uc.'tin'ntniice expected to do-- , great ileal of flirting first, fail In love whatever that might bu mid makoucholcu among Any number of licnus. Why should sho bo treated unllko other girls? I'or tho first tlmu In her life sho felt llku rebelling ngalnst her father's edict, her father, rising from the table. "Kitsl-iies- s of an unexpected nuttiio calls mo nway today. I will not be homo till night. At any rate I would bo In tho way. You two ought to be nblo to have It all fixed when I get home." Annlu said nothing, but looked unutter-ahh- i things. Am Colonel Taj lor was leaving tho houso hu stopped to kiss Annie good by and then said: "lly the bye, n, fellow will prolmhly call licretodiivtohcu mo on business u base LITE'S ;l litiemE .'OR all Worm Romodlos. GUARANTEED. GREftM ' deferred. An ititcrruptlou to the nccno of M'lcnco enme when u servant brought In tho lunrn-Iiik'- s mall and laid vcrvrnl lttters liefoio the master of Iho housi). Uu turned his ItniiH'dlatoatteutlnn to riJ tho correspondence.v,ASS.,R Tim contents utruliuSScL-;-. iiortnnt. as Annie knew iiy tbu Biiorls, wheezes ySfcsW.if' , time Im'Iiijj .siflC'y ,$!" ' pcow-Ik- 20 YEARS Hus iocI OT BOTTLE 3k. fW VH V HKr Coifv-- iRi HjMUBDf Uom. 10,000 VlbV 'V college 'ib.fj. b."'V.? fis WorM' Kipwlllftn, Wut Honor Hrirl Jlu1ne Edtif JriMr!nlIulBn fluulMindcaU Full KnNftlljr 15 Tftvhfinplaji'l. l!ut Kuiloatrv. lM, bul rltik Grt1iwa ufetriiI.TbUllf TAfftlUB Awrdti CA&tf.. f Business College in the World. for ! S, II I v ! Tulilon, an DO. ftkfi.HBnd.Trpf-VrllIoctn4Ttlr:rkp- KuUr iow, WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. coukIis which neeoni- - 'x7 7. ., .... 'J" a i n.. . p.iuicii uiu cuioui'i n tifiiiBit Tim ilflllirli- tcrquiitly watched her father as hu read hl.s letters, trylim to read their contemn by tho rellcctlon from his face. "No bad or unpleasant news anyhow," washer mental continent after Html) Itu the kIijiis. Annlu Taylor was as beautiful as i.ho was wild, willful and untutored In thu convt ntlotialltlesnf thu world, llermothir died when Annlu was llvo )enr old, and s after that sad ilay fcho nnver known watchful care, and her maiden licmt Krew wild, like the flowers of tho Held. After thu dentil of his wife Colonel Taylor would liavu no.iu hut servants about his liouyj, and Annie was growing to woman-hoowith nocentle hand torestialn tin, Impulsive nature Inherited from her father. She had bi--ti away at boanllnt: school, it H true, hut there Mm f"ttnd testralnt only by i uli", nu.l hi r wnywanlueHs was heilcd In; not citnsl. She was at homo hpendliiK tho winter '.lolldn) h with btr father, nx had been lieryc.iilyciistoiii. Having; finished his last letlci Colonel Taylor lowered his chin, lolled up bis ej ex, peered at U child over hl.i tpcctnclf its If iio were n c innolssi'ttr MudyltiK an urllclu of virtu, and merely buorWd, "Jluinnh!" KriiiitH andKJ '" ' wont-nil'- d "I Minll not bo hern to receive him," said What will mother say If she bears that I play ball for money? It Is that, however, or I must leave college. Why should I hesitate? Four months a professional next summer will give mo money enough tocompletu my course. It Is no disgrace 1 nm poor, llaseball plajlug ii the only temporary summer occupation svklch will enrry me through college Mr Carter has been my mother's beat frlecd since father illcd, mid ho advises It lie sent me here. Pbhnwl Why should I Indulgs a false pride? If this Colonel Taylor will engag) me for four months I'll sign Here goes." Ho ascended the steps and ran? tho bell. To the servant who came to the door he gave his card and asked tosee Colonel Taylor. Ho was ushered Into n reception room nnd requested to bo fceatcd. Then tbeberv-an- t disappeared. A rustling of skirts soon nfter attracted his attention. In tho doorway was a vision ho never forgot. No girl ever took his breath nway with her first presenco until Annlo Taylor stood before lilm that New Year's day. Her appearance was ns unexpected ns it was entrancing. To him bho was thu most beautiful creature ever born with a bottl, Tho two stared nt each other a full half minute. It was soul meeting soul a col lision of nfllultles. William llttrnett, tho collegian, was "over his head" In love at one plunge. Annie Taylor, tho schoolgirl, with her head full of enmarriage, forced saw lieforo her n man who her heart told her was her destiny. Would thu sho marry original of that library portrait whllo such young men us this wero frtu to seek her bund? Never! Never t Never! Oh, wasn't ho handsome? And to compart, him with thu othcrl nn ...i Thin sho looked nt tho card .In her hand no, ..i.i, mm uuib, again actually took her eyes off her vis- whom it might be itor long enough toexnmlnothocnrd. The dangerous to deny name was William Hurnctt. That was tho anything? Tim ceremony niiino of her cousin whoso portruit hut who was this young Apollo? was performed. Apollo jiroko tho spell. The minister Her them "I sea you havo my card, miss. I sent it to Colonel Taylor. Is ho not nt home?" man nnd wife, nnd "Your cnnl? This Is William Burnett's Inn maze of sweet card," she said, turning Hover luher band. delirium Burnett accompanied his "I am William lluruett." A great light leaped Into her face. She new nuulo wlfo advanced until sho stood before him, de- back to her pa vouring blm with those great bltto eyes. rental home. "You William Burnett? Indeed, are Tho servant who you ho?" admitted them said: "A gentleman is in the parlor, Miss An "Indeed I nm and your most humble admirer," vintiind lluruett, bowing low nie, tosee you." "Who is It, Jane?" Inquired Annlu with to hldo tho blush his bold words forced to a show of some annoyance. "I will notseo his face. ''Oh, how nice." gushed tho young lady. any onuelso toduy." "Ho says hu his an appointment with jiiu nru not hi. im wuui, . eipccicu you your father." would be." "Oh, It must bo that baseball fellow. "Indeed!" was all tho collegian could Why did you let blm In? Send blm nway gasp. Then hu wondered If ho was dreaming nfter nil, and this picture In bluu was nt onco, Jnnc. I wnut nothing to do with only n vision of sleep. that class of people." "Oh, I'll like you. Papa didn't tnako a Burnett's heart came Into his mouth. mistake alter "II. J haven't a wool to say Wby this sudden aversion to baseball play. in "Then you Ilko me?" ho ventured, growing bolder by infection. "Oh, so much more, n million times, than I thought I should. "But I may not suit your fnthcr." "Oh, yes, you will. He wouldn't bnvo any ono else. Why, It was all arranged when you were ten years old." "Shu's crazy as a loon, nnd yet beautiful ns an angel," he thought. Still he must humor her. "Mnybo we will not ngrco upon terms," ho added. "Terms?" Ho can't expect me to enter "Why, into mi engagement without recompense." "IUcompense?" sho gasped. "To bo sure. I nm n poor man and" "I care not If you nro penniless. But papa said you wero rich." "Ho Is mistaken." "That makes no difference. I lovo you all the more. But you do not love me as you should or" "Love you," ho fairly shouted. "I dol I dot I swear It. I lovo you better than my life." "Then kiss me." Ho forgot It was a lunatic who confronted him, and Issued that maddening challenge with words nnd defiant, upturned face. In n moment sho was clasped In his arms, and their souls met upon their lips In love's first embrace. Crazy she undoubtedly was, but harmless ns a bnbo and with method In her madness which was wholly Irresistible. At that moment bo was willing to join her for life in any asylum to which sho might be assigned. In short, tho young collegian was a helpless victim of tho sweetest and most unexpected, overwhelming iiifluenco whichever assailed mortal man. He was in that reckless state of mind nnd soul which mode him ready to do any net of madness in which she would lend. Therefore he did not recoil when she took advantage of a lull In the kissing and squeezing to hold her head away long enough to say: "And, now, suppose wo surprise papa when bo comes home? Let's go right oil nud get married. Will you ?" Would he? There was another "tackle" more becoming to u member of a footbull team thnn to u baseball pitcher. "Surprise papal" he thought as he accompanied her hastily down the street. "Papa will lie paralyzed from astonishment." What troubled him most was n fear that marriage with a lunatic would not hold in law, mid maybe, after all, they could take her from him and lock her up in a "private etrent." "So you are William Burnett?" beamed tiu minister to whoso residence Anule conduced the astonished man. "Well, It is all right, I know, because Colonel Taylor told me yesterday Miss Annie was to marry you, and my services would be required soon to make you two man and wife." Burnett's astonishment Increased until he thought his brain would burst before his heart gave way to the (train. Was the minister also crazy, or uu ha merely gratifying a whim of one he knew I don't." Taylor andbis was made tho following June, when the latter volunteered in a crisis to pitch for the Chnrlestown Grays and won for them by his fine work In tho box n decisive game. Colonel Tay lor's enthuslnsm carried him across the gulf tho Nlngara ns It were and tho collegian's life was safe, as well ns his future hnpplness nssurcd. Annie did go back to school after all, beginning with tho following scholnstlo year, and Burnett somehow found means to continue nt college until ho graduated. Then there was another wedding altogether unnecessary in tho eyes of the law, but celebrated to please Colonel Taylor, who declared that no child of his (as if be had a dozen) could ever marry without his consent. He had sworn Annie should marry William Burnett; nnd ho hod kept his oath. Thu happy groom never ceases to bless the father who gave him his family name, "For," says ho on nn nverago of once a day, "If my name had not been William Burnett I should never have married," The aphorism is not a very clear one, but he has only to look at Annlu nnd believe in O. P. CAYLOH. It with all his soul. New Year's Fifty Year. Ago, The method In vogue in New York city half a century ago was for tho ladles of the family to remain at home, much as they do now, while the gentlemen went abroad visiting friends. Tho visitor entered, shook hands, took a scat, conversed for n few moments, nnd after partaking of refreshments of which boned turkey nnd pickled oysters wero thu staple dishes and sherry ami whisky the most popular drinks had another handshaking and terminated the visit. Tho custom Is of Butch origin. 1859, is of historic imNow Year's portance. At the reception held nt tho Louvre on that day the few words addressed by Napoleon III to the Austrian embassador resulted in the famous war of the summer of that year which changed thu map of Kurope. daj-- , AfMfr bctw een Colonl DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. AT TJ&H A. ''xmPMmJ PLEASANT rMmm iPSfg erf aw 2 KCXT MORNING I FEEL BRIQHT AND l.i..V AMD MY COMPLEXION IS BEFTER. 11 e!o.-tM7 It acts trentlr on th. stomMh, lirer ill klilnr;l. and Is pleuant This diinL. Is ; i.do fiDm herbt, and Is prtprwl forum as duU u l'atl. ;.ll druf gist, sell It ntCOc. and fl.(Oi package. If TnarMit'litfrc'itt.sendrouradiireseii.rrrfc'ua.iuu'le. , nnc's t.ullr Mrdlrla. mu.es I be liiu,l.eu.1 . rJ"orit'rtstbiiUls',tlil,lsiio-.snr. F. VlOOIIllAKU. LiHtlV. 4iliiV. J.. The Paris boulevnrds present the liveliest time of selling nnd buying. Hero U tho vender in his wooden stall crying out his cheap wares, bo many for a cent or a franc You can have jour fortune told for two cento, or your pocket picked for nothing. NOTHING NEW. ff-- -- riu.io7r. W2i WfjQMtl tHW Wee maid Ethel, four tlmesone, Listened to tho tltucworn story 01 the 0!il Ytnr, nearly done, 01 tho New Year's coming story. And tbu wondered much and more. Hearing all the chnnxes rlneiui;, Wbat new beauties lu Ills store TLe youue monarch could be brlDjIns. ,t i a isefxEssa J , few Agents Wanted! A. II. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesale Doalers, WWKl ,H.,T.S7 hi lEQRSALEnY: PSSSMw ISTHEBCST. xm1" auysTO. a'ZZ CLEVELAND, O. 340 Superior St. I II IC DlBrBUonni.lnl'niiaJelpbU ..! W.AVKRsMOll. our authorised agent tlslnt Atency vt Messrs. A. J. SLATON, M. Da, Physician Formerly of field, otters his Uraysonand (the Dr. Millwood, & Surgeon, now located at Leitch. urofessioual services to the people e, adjoining counties. Office in Uly Haden propertr.) Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. So when New Year's morning came. By tho riano she took her station; Eyes alight and cheeks aflame With tbu nrp,of expectation. Thu. but for a moment's space. Then a cloud of disappointment Falling o'er the sunny face, That tho world was out of Joint, meant. Quick sho turned, with scornful eye And'wlth dainty noao tlptlllod And at grandma, sitting by, Hhot a glunco that should havo wilted. "Why. what is tho matter, dear?" Flashed tho answar with a pout, "It Is ve vervvy same old ear. And vcro'a nuflln new about It!" A. 0. Stoddard in Boston Globe. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR . Has just been repaired and uewly furnished. Located close to Depot. s Good meals or Give lunch it a trial. first-clan- I '4! Happy and content is a home with "The Ko. Chester ; a Ump with the !if,ht of the mornlnf. Catalogues, write Kocheiter Lamp Co., Now York. THE HEV. UEO.II. Til AY ER, Bold by 2. Wayno Qriffln A Uro. or BnurUn Ind., loyal "llolh myself snd mfa owe our llres lr broVon down Ivom overwork or household ttoNllIbOirN CUNNVMPTION CUKE. rebuilds the system, shit rilgtstloti, removes ex cettof bile, and cures malaria. OtneirtiiiilM. Mnu Persons Urowu'ti Iron Hitters vm& N Hartford Republican TUBM8IIED EVJ.KY FUIDAY MOKNINO. K.lilfir unit Proprietor. jo. n. Rour.itH, FRIDAY, DECEMBERS!), 18!)2. Cmoi.eiu is spreading in Hamburg. It's time to pick out tho you propose to turn over now leaf Sunday. CimiHTiiAs brought the usual nutu bcr of killings, tight?, drunks ami broken heads. about the wile ot Father Time, a bouncing boy, 1893. night havo an elephant on their hands in tho Turin Bonv, The Democratic leaders question. They realize as everybody else that "they'll be damned if they do and bo damned if they don't," and they are uncertain as to which is less dangerous "to do" or "to dou't." In the mean time the Republicans will look on and "just let 'cm fix it." It is not without sadness that we announce the approaching demise of a very worthy being, who has been for many days tho companion of us all. But such is our duty. We all know him. Ho has been a friend to us all. Wo may censure him, perhaps. He has given us gifts and has taken from its. He lias made our .hearts both glad and sad. He is yet we love him still. Around him some will entwine garlunds,others will sit him in tears, but all will lovo his memory ever, Tho still grasp of his baud is cold in death, Speak gently, he will soon be goue. Dear old year, for aye, Good bye! dy-it)re-vi- whisky is sold Christums than any day in the year, unless it is an clce tinu day. It is getting time that this damnable trallio should bo swept from tho faco of the earth. "Poor old Kentucky, she is still swinging on behind.1' The time has been when Kentucky at home and nbroad was recognized as tho Grand old Commonwealth. That time hns passed. It is not necessary to mcir tion tho stupid and inexcusable system of politics that has pervaded the atmosphcro for the last quarter ot a century in this State. Everything smells strongly of Bourbon Democrat cy. The remarkable nsMinnity exhibited by tho present Legislature, however, has clapped the climax. Owing to tho stupcudeous stupidity of this body, Kentucky will not be represented at the World's Fair. Tho Solons, who arc assembled at Frankfort flatter themselves perhaps, with tho nssuranco thnt they are donating their time, mind, body and soul, to tho interest ot the people. They are mistaken. The people and the State would bo better off by far, if the last one of them had resigned nt the start. But as they did not sec fit to do this, they may rest assured thnt tho pcoplo will seo to it that they all resign m November 'i)3. Miss Lizzie Smith, who is teaching nt Eliznbcthtown; Miss Maggie Smith, who is teaching nt Oryeiisboro; Miss Irene Board, who is teaching at Stcphcnsport; and Milton Board, Jr., who is attending the Medical University nt Louisville, aro all at home to spend the hoidays. Miss Eflie Kincheloc has completed her school in the Wesley Chapel neighborhood, and is now at homo. Her patrons were pleased with the school. Horns Hood. I i 1.....0 ...... ...i :.... ...:. it., mm... following were out: Ruins Cheek, Munch Free, Henry Marlow, Tim Check; Miss Sallie Cheek, Mrs. Sallio Cheek, Mrs. Martha Hill. Total, 7. KiiihikIi ' Unntl in u lVusl. ' k I"i! 'III! Ill" '" I , --- "f. v i WlltTTINOIIU.l.. Wednesday, Dec. 7 No. 31; Mis Mollio Tunstall, teacher. Pupils iu district, 102; pupils enrolled iu school, 32; pupils present, 35. Visitors, Win. II. Marshall, Cicero Whitting- i$ ' re JS5 - 1. 1' lUhSAtie, I'renl, ! Jo. II, llMum, rtshlnr .)) . Ol tho Condition of tho r -- -- L v " - '- I hill, John Johnson, Cicero Miller, Remus Carter nnd another I failed to get. Total, 7. Hsmi Jltamlnfj ami Cnmilatxtnt. Tno nt pcacc-wlt- h fvclln exiillnc In tho lKwom ot V. It. Ilronn.Vlo'i.IniTn, nhen lie wrote: "Tlio tlm'torn pronounced inlno n Fcvcro cjso ot Mood lwlsonliii? caused I yl;' Iney (lljcnue. Kept my bed tno months. ThfyiMio mo up to die, when 1 Rot I)r. KliPn y and H.icUncho Cine. Soon commenced dlnrlrtrg In tho urine. Aft' Making me hot-tieInp matter I got nil rlsht.well nnd sound It Is regarded ns n wonderful cure. 1 wo expoctid to dlo an t nm 70 joars old " This would Ik? wonderful It wo were n tiicd to rivt IWuitJuxt Much letter, hqually good In fmnlo lompltlntH, rheimntlm, henrt disease, ilr psy, and nil blood disown, lleitores tho lilInen, purines tho blood nnd hi AM Hindis, Midtlsbuex. lit tltli U the result If nittsfnotlon not plicn money refunded. Tka homo a bultlo ' I 1 f Beaver Dam DEPOSIT GM 8 17,271.17 H.OOO.OO At tho Closo of Busmoss October 8, 1802. Know all inon, that I havo roloas-o- d my sou, FloleherT. Wilson, from all obligations to labor for mo and bao sothiui'fruo so far as I am concerned nn I will not bo responsiblo for any contacts ho may make, or other acts ho may perform. This December 0th 1SD2, Rosino, Ky. It V. P. Wiu.v. .!. HKSOUKCES. Notes nnd Hills Ileal Estate... . GISTO"! r :. L " Surprises Box. no time in the history of Hartford since the days following the kill- At HookSnond. Mr. Clint P. Hook and Miss Mary Snead were united in marriage at the M. E. Church in Hardius-bu- rg on tho evening of Dec. 22, Rev. W. B. Snead olHciating. P. Morris Beard and Miss Lida Heston were tho attendants. Mr. Hook is the local editor of tho Republic, the organ of tho Third Party in this District. Miss Snead is the popular daughter of Rev. W. B. Snead. The Church was filled with the friends of tho happy couple. Rohik Hood. Daliaway I thought you were going to evident to everyone that no het tho old jear out at Clubberlj's lust ' night? I looked in there about 12, but 1 so extensive in its influences, TATI.OIt I'II.M). $105,h2:!.0!l didn't fen an tiling of you. so eternal in its reiults should be negNo. 83; J.J. Keown nnd Miss Mar Jaguar Vou didn't go fnr enough, old m tha Keown, teachers. Pupils enrolled lected as is the Sunday School. Ev-- I man. You ought to lmu looked under I, .?. K. Cox, swear the above to ft the table. cry other enterprise of like nature is iu Census Report, ; pupils enrolled bt corii'ct. The literary school in school, 0,r; pupils present, 34. well organized. c. K, Cox. l'iiimi:Nr. Cause of absence, work at horn. No has an almost perfect organization for Tun spirit of charity is not always of training the iutellectti-n- l Sworn to before me f this June ISO, confined to thoie who make the great- improvements, though a set of new the purpose I.AIIIWI Kecdlng a tonic or cldl Iron thtt want buildlnj desks is very badly needed. 181)2. in man, nnd it seems that it i only A.T.Nai.1., D.C.O.C.C. up. shouhl tnke est pretentious in that direction, nor itnov-- ' inoN iiiTrnnsi. reasonable that the schools for the Hull to ninety-threoki:kih. ouni;est born nf time, are acts of benevolence performed It Is j.leassnt to tale, inr- -s WiUtia, Indlge htealiuL' uiKin the earth "illi All iliunii aciplt. tlon ntbl lllliousue-a- . No. 4; E.E Rhoads, teacher. Pu- spiritual development of man should alone bv long faced followers ot the A somi iinnual dividend of S 1.00 Within t lithe ec9 n rohee) sublime. receive nil the advantages to be obe The iiroml-of the ncci lonslnco lied. as litis day declared, pay- Nazarene. Many, many times deeds pils enrolled in Census Report, 03; ' iv.d per share a. Hnrrls, Intrusted to thy hands the ln.--k toirend on uml alter .July ., I8!)L'. Tho tclxn of Frtedom ulieie Opiirifciilon now that bear evidence of the promptings pupils enrolled in school, 40; pupils tain by a fraternal and mutually asL'lrtarslt! rut hlcfs aud delimit head. of a heart beating in harmony with tho present, 17. Causes of absence, bad sisting organization. Child of tho oleef ill tcnturlo, i U otnc thou! is true we are backed by no It CbleaiM Ncu . DAIMJERS. great pulso of humanity come to our condition of house nnd insufficient State School Fund, and, with little when tho unpretentious giver luel. A new house is building,which, notice Opjioito Snler and near Cloverport For Salo. material for leaders, except what is of good things claims none of these when completed, will be quite a neat Ulovorport, Kj . A good farm containing 212 ncres llotal, inspired by an enthusiasm, which, too, distinctions. A case iu point: Last house. f cleared;good II K'Klllirtl'II," n lisinw nnd liu'rui often degenerates into a fanaticism of land. About llIttKH. -- A.VD' Saturday a little child was put on Lies pirfiinie. l'nei' i uml ' 'Hit mc I l) Z. hurtful to the cause, which it upholds improvements; well watered. No. 80; Miss Sallie Davidson, .1 llri. i 'bus at Beaver Dam with few, Field's the Sunday School is too often a four miles South ofFordeville on the Pupils enrolled iu Census or no directions as to where it should teacher. extension ofthe Owensboro it Fulls of Report, CO; pupils onrolled in school, failure. A Free Trip to Tbe Woild's I'.wr, go.But on the way over it was learned For terms, call on or nnd countless other attractive Tho teachers very often are un- Rough railroad. 30; pupils present, 19. Visitors,I-aa- c piem the child would be sent to the Poor addred, John J. MrllKNiiy, iiitns, from a doll ton watch, bicycle, A gentleman on the 'bus, a Grillith, T. J. Hardin; Mrs. Belle trained, having littlo or almost no 8 tt House. Hartford, Ky. knowledge of tho subject to be taught organ or rifle, nre olleied for n little prominent citizen of Hartford, was Hardin, Moscow nnd Roscoe Harpleasant work near homo, bv the A very good to tho clnss, and very seldom is one carrying home Christmas tricks for din, Lenis Grillith. To work riirht nt homo. of WIDE AWAKE. Foi full to be furnished with found who takes enough interest iu liis bright little ones, but who.thought house, needing this work to teach as a particulars, free, nddras W. F. Kel (New York) he, will make glad tho heart of this nw desks. class should be taught. , The consel(i 1m Mass. logg, Hox 188, t, who in n few hours little IIATJflMVn.LK. Charge f of the Sunquence is that not That will be in tho Poor House? Tuesday, Dec. 1 No. 42; J. D. or t:ii i.ii(ir:it day Schools arc what they should be. Has a larger Daily Circulation than iitttrvKVvnss, evening Santa Clans was ordered, in Hooker, teacher. Pupils enrolled in HAIIir i'ltreil nt Hume In Trills i . The object of the Sunday School any other Republican NewsIt' iiiIiiiIiiIsIitIhk lr. tlllilies' making his joyous rounds, not to pass Census Report, 63. pupils enrolled in To Earn .Money Without nny Risk Union is not to interfere with (.ulilon Vis-itopaper in America. by tho little one at the home prepared school, 52; pupils present, 32. It (an heiciwn In ujjla"' l !' r niiofn!r. or ExpoiiM). the work of the churches, not to for thoso who have no home, without Will Baunou, Alfred Phillips, or or in tood, Mithoja tho knowing of the orgauizo Union Sunday Schools, only DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. I'Stlfut, Hunl ')lillfl) luriu!-H- , nml ill nibs t leaving a sufficiency to make the litAddison Lniiham, Jordon Haynes, C. t n prrm ninl xciy euro, "hi tlier the piwhere nny other is impracticable, but The Aggressive Republican Jour, tle wanderer happy. Such deeds aro P. Keene, W. O. Keenc, E. N. ta nt is a inn.i rer iteilrliiKi rornii uli'uh.iln-- n k. Writo at oiico for particulars to to train teachers and officers for their It hi'.lieen Kivin lua tlioii'.ind en, nndinet nal of the Metropolis. C. Marlon. not Jorgotten, ncUner by man nor r erjeason perf'tt euro his follow. ,1 It work, to inspire them with Zealand vam.ry. God. m:i:cn A Newspaper for the Masses. nils. Tho jsh-ii- i onio iuilM nn it... Mith tho s. & love for their noblo cause and to or njieelfin, it ts oint s uu utti r for the Monday, Dec. 5 No. 37; Miss IH tiUorn!tito In i xil. t'uns vimrntcid, Founded December 1, 1887. Cova Andersen, teacher. Pubills en- - ganize and keep in operation schools HARDINSBURG. Ilaitford, Conn. Wiii lionk ol 1'irli' iilirsfne. Ail In- -' in communities where there are no Dec. 2G. Miss Ainie L. Gardenus it..ri: .sued 'iuvin- i: M'Kririi' roiicu in census neoort, u; minus Will tho twenty-liv- e biimlay fccliools. Ohio, CIRCULATION 150,000 lultl, er, of Union College, Barboursville, enrolled in schcol, 05; pupils present, Copies Daily. or thirty church buildings iu the 30. was at homo last week. isitors, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. W. WEEKLY 'sili;lilii(; I.S'inlH to 'iiimiiiiioii, JC iiiJi. It lUoin stops thueouliitt oni'o. Will Miller nnd Isabella Miller; Wright, Mattio and Annnio Wright, county that have no Sunday School Tho most remarkable Newspaper with us that we may help John Hendricks and Clara Miller Tom and Henry Wright, Mr. nnd Success in New York. Tho VOI! W I .NT TO .11 Silt V, orilo you them? Will tlioo that have Sunday uishwH-hwere married Dec. 22, ut the home Mrs. J. R. Midkill, Richard Midkiff, Minis lloin icntli men nnd Indn s Pressisa National Newspaper. Schools work with us that their schools ofoulturonuil iiionus iroinull user t.'iu lountry? IIKXUV WATTEUSON, Editor. of the brides. Lena, Cora and Allen Midkifi. Total, Cheap news, vulgar sensations and llso,Jii-- l cond oru'liiu (nls nn neohen eopj of may bo improved nndbo productive of Martin McCienry, one of tho oldest 12. thorhxint in itriinoinil pjpr eallcil Ouasgc Best Democratic Paper Pub. better result? "We are workers to- trash find no place in its columns. llLos.iiiis, lshicli will iitlonl joii tnoro lienltlifui citizens of tho town, died Dec. 23. C'l.AltKS. Tho Press hns tho brightest Editorial tnjojini nl tlmnjou liuve had forininy adiiyuadi gether iu Christ," then let us not imMiss Sallie Hook, a young lady of 0100 a .ear. No. 77; D. E. Ward, teacher. PuniiinlKriontilns liunduds of litters Irom oun pede, but assist each other in any page iu New York. It sparkles with ladiis und t;i ntleni(nuniitliiKi'orr!p'iiidi.ntsfroui about fourteen died Den.24. pils enrolled in district, 81; pupils enpoints. tho"n oftlieoppositBHoxi if lliero Is n man or Estel Sutton, Louisville, is nthoino rolled in school, 53; pupils present, enterprise, which has for its aim the The Press Sunday Edition is a wninin wlmliia not found lii or her nihility moral spiritual advancement of tho lierv'H the golden npiorlnnity. his parents. 18; causo of absence, neglect on part Aildrcss Oataui visiting splendid paper, covering every curpeople. loshoms, room 11, Id UnyMoii L. R Bahnctt, strut, llovtou, James Casey, of Cloverport, came of patrons. Visitors, Gus Evans, Mass. topic of interest. 3SI, rent Jlett contlensod news, Pres. S. S. U. to town the other day and imbibed Mrs. J. D. Smith nnd Mis. D. E. Tho Press Weekly Edition contains I.iuio'n iiirilli'iiisw I Im Iiouc Rest Htoiiii, iiio's too freely. Ho was locked up and Ward. A nice lot of natent desks $100 Reward Moo all tho good things of tho Daily nnd 'r slny. liest uiiacullany, subsequently fined. Will Beard, who has been purchased since Inst year. In ordor to Iwlifulthj this l in ics iry. The readers of this paper will be Sunday editions. also druiiK, mado himself was HUM HI'MNMH. Host woniou'a pa,'o, pleased to learn thnt thcro is at least csn pa mnd conspicuous by interfering with tho Tuesday, Dec. No. 02; W. C. one dreaded tlisease that science lias AS AN ADVERTISING .MEDIUM 575,00 to 5250,00 u. rsrxius Rest childron'a dupartmont, pipririsiiu(-ifurnlsli nlmrso nnd (jive) lliiir officer while taking Casoy to jail. He Gray, teacher. Pupils enrolled iu been able to euro in nil its stages, Tho Press has no superior in N. Y. wliuletlmn In t!iu liiximsa. llosf answers to correspondhjmri- - iniiinints was also taken beforo tho Court and district, 4(5; pupils enrolled in school, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catnrrh tn.iy ho nrolltaUjr unploji-nlsn. ,rvs ents departments, ,v '( lined. People who come to this town 34; pupils present, 25. tntonsiindi!tlis. ItrT. .M3I.SJ).V Visitors, Cine is tho only positive cure known Mil and Main !., lliclimond, Va. aud get drunk and disorderly, may Wiliam P. Withers, Mrs. Alico to tho medical fraternity. Rest editorials. Catarrh expect to pay for their hilarity. Whittinghill, Mrs. Abbie Withers, being a constitutional disease, requires Within the tench of all. The Vest and AHQ UKPSlfcLQ It'ivos uway a valuable premium Cheapett Newspaper in America, Misses Mattio Hcston nnd Emma Miss Alico Whittinghill, Mrs. Peliua a constitutional treatment. Hull's overy day for tho larirost club Orleans itruuftbcucd nnd enlarcnd. rri. May, who aro teaching school, wcrt Whittinghill nnd Miss Lizzie Whit- Catarrh cure is taken internally, acDaily nnd Sunday, one year. 85.00 .luus Bi.''l'vut S.W.. unuiiuuu assflllflt , varicocele, Mcnk Lack, lots of memory, diiiiuew reeoivod. Snuiplo copies of tbe at homo to spend tho holidays. tinghill. ting directly upon tho blood and ncrTousnca weakntM rarest Ly tho I'rnr " 6 months. " 2.C0 ItrmsMliesi. Sl.OOptrlfix: six hoxttkir ;ly will Weekly Courier-Journ- al Mrs. Lula Bush went to Bewloy. OAKS. mucous surfaces of the system, thereIj.im A written guarantee of run with tun-fi15 ono .. Imxcs. Pond stamp lor jKiriiiulnni tn Ik villc Saturdy to visit her sister, Mrs. bo froo to nny addross. No. 39; J. W. Petty, teacher. Pu-piby destroying tho foundation of the Daily I'KIsJ!V CITY only, ono year 83.00 800 Nortti (Jccoud Nlrvve, l'ltltn., . u. Piggott. enrolled in district, 77; pupils en- discneo,and giving tho patient strength Writo to COLH.1ER-.JOURNA- L " " four months 1.00 Christmas is observed to comment rolled in school, 47; pupils present, by building up tho constitution nnd CO., Lotiisvillo, Ky. Sunday, one year 2.00 orate tho birth of Christ. It should 35. Visitors, Messrs. Odell, Bentty, assisting nature iu doing its work. AJMKSAM HI '.('. VN'8 IllOW Weekly Prces, one year 1.00 1HC1 1'or be kept with reverence liko tho SabRoberts, Chancellor, Oiler, Martin; The proprietors havo bo much faith r Itsrlrs-- for Contnlr.s Onsi Iliimlrs-iilcllcloii CbsiUv- cheaply unit milcMjr bath. Quito the opposite is true how- Mrs. Tuttlo nud Miss Bryant. THE REPURLICAN and tho in its curative powers, that thoy offer Send for tho Press circular. Sara-pint liotuc. '1 litis tiouicia tntuuwuy uvuru ami L'oucral rioroa. ever. It teems to bo growing fash- Through nn unavoidable delay I one hundred dollars for any case that WEEKLY COUUJEIt-JOURNA- L free. Agents wuutod everywhere. for persons to get failed to get to Poplar Grove, where it fails to cure. .Send for list of tes- Liberal commission. Address, ionablo nowa-days- , will bo soul ono to any addross ssassp- (1 runic on fO TIIK VI.U'SD, unristmiu, loung men Mr, Lidford Truman is teaching. Ho timonials. Address, F.J.CnnNKYife Co., lisV Weakncju, Malaria, dlgcattou uA for 81.75. Address The REPUR-- b who are sober throughout the year lias Clllouiuca, take pupils enrolled mid an average Toledo. Ohio. r.r" hviS'U iron rrpi'p: b. take this day to get on a spree. More of nbeut 30, I learn the bright girls 1 m fr sltUH p OICAN, Hartford, Ky. Sold by all druggists. It enrsM tcUr. For aalo b,-- alt ., 38 Park Row, New York. IbigeatUiM. . . sjaedlctao ing of Kincheloe by Dr. Hart have our pople been eo intensely excited over any event as they have been during the last fen days over the deyeK opraents in the disgusting scandal, with the details of which our reader arc already acquainted, anil which forms the darkest page in the an mils of tho town. Our citizens have gathered in all the business places, have collected in littl knots on the streets, anywhere, everywhere to discuss tho disclosures of tho last few days. Our people have read newspaper accounts of such affairs occurring elsewhere, but this has been real experience. They have needed tho efforts of no sensational reporter to help them realize its full weight. It has been seen and felt by every good citizen to be, not merely a newspaper sensation, but au absolute fact; and unvarnished shame. May a kind Providence deliver us from another such. Superintendent's Visits. Monday, Nov. 28 No. 07; J. L. Hoover, teacher. Visitors present, 15. A new house has been built during the year, one of the best, in fact, in the county. Mil. Editoh: Will you be so kind as to allow mo space in your valuable paper to acknowledge tho Husband Mr dear, inasmuch ni this is receipt from my congregation at Kbw Year's dar I have, n suggestion to Ple.tMint Ridgo, Davios county, Ky., make. WifeWhat It ltf Husband Suppose, wo swear off on that of a large box well filled with both Christmas turkey. tho necessities and luxuries of life, Now Ycnr'a Advice. as a Christinas present to thoir pasPut by the. pipe, put by tho bowl, tor and family. Such offeriiu's aro 1'at by tho word rrnfano. Tlio reasons In their onnril roll worth infinitely more in tho heart of llrlng Now Ycar'n round ngaln. a faithful pastor, than their intrinsic For Rout. Put by the c) cs whoso deepening glow IIaosct jour brain aulilrl; value and far more than tho payment The best law ollice in llnrtford, np. Put by ('tis aln nils Ice. v, e know) That Income, witching girl. of tho W o amount on his salary. tf ply to John J. Melloury. AU thing nn which cold reason frowned The latter doing simply tho payPut by hut ehow our jcnso ment of a debt, while the former is And put them whero the) '11 all bo found A month or elx wc ks hence, a most gratifying expression of apWashington Crltlo. preciation. Not II U Pleasant Ridge is tho youngest a in-vchurch of tho Daviess County Assocalling- ciation. Slio p.iys her pastor's salary oven month and not then content depwith that, but delights to give him iZ.YZyxrw j x tVu. x an exhibition of tho high esteem in which ho is hold by them in thoso otra contributions to bis comfort and encouragement. Let this examis ple be emulated dy older and richer tO. ''W 10, . "AIM wi-bo I I'IIilfU" il f. "I'll VIU churches. VMMUm it KyWw May Heaven's richest benedicNotions rest upon every donor, and upon aT-JatVs tr my precious littlo church at Pleasant Ridge. .1. S. Coleman, Pastor. St. Peter (to the ghost of ISO!) What P. S. Since receiving tho box are yon looking for around berer 1KC Why, I want to get in. mentioned above, wo havo also boon St. Peter Well, you'd better shake off some of tho made the happy recipients of similar eartli llrnt. habits that you learned on S. C. favors from a number of kind ladies He Wiu There. Sheriff Oliic Co. of our Hartford congregation. How gratifying to tho boart of a hard working pistor, who has made largo -sacrifices nnd endured irreat hard-shi- ps vL in behalf of a people, to be remembered by even a few of tho most thoughtful ones of his church. Is tvllycnrmd bynnT onp of rltlnr rex In any Thanking these most affectionately I art of the country, olm l imIHiic tnuurk liilm trlouily it the eniploymiiit which r (nn lh. for their kindness, may others learn nud on run no ilir labor Ii light nn I rltk vrhatrfir. HV fit )oii nut eotntlttr t tlist now to appreciate you can ie the tui.ini n a tiiil ulthoui e.n9 and oncourage toyourfelf, For thoie Mllllnirtoibi n litllr work, and render happy a faithful servant. u inn rork this Is the cr.ln.leit oift-- iim.Ii all d iv, or In tho onlr If jmi nrr rnt s an hour nt ruur di J. S. Coleman, Pastor. plojpj. and haiea Expuii'fii Cn-- li on IIiiiiu and in other Hanks Euiniturouud Fixture.. 1,500.00 1 ,f 15.07 .,!!),'J71.).!)8 eil'J,f)8!.J2 LIAIJILITIES. Capital Stock 82.1,000.00 Due Hanks 20.00 Interest nnd Exchange.... Reserve 802.!J1 Surplus Fund 2.250.00 (10,708.112 Deposit Account 8!)2,58!).22 mw.wm?xz.Y'A KlflVm j'sOs ri .'-- ..I DBPc 9Gv4vl TAXPAYERS! i mmMm atli!tl w You will do both yourself and mc upon by mc or one of my uties and paying your taxes before tbe six or In submitting tin we heir to plate tlmt mir hit'dm"-- ' Inn steadily grown each month since our opening, nnd by the iun"t cm u fill, watchfulness and u strict ofthe principles of the inift rouscivntivu Hanking, we hope not only to extend our acttiaiut ourselves worthy since, but to the confidence that ii being so liberally reposed iu us. FA ST LINE CASEBIER'S 'BUS -- Wo nre here to accommodate the people, each ami every business, com lesy shall he extended to them, but in no cae shall safety he sacrificed for fiiendship or to obtain business. .John H.Hak.vin, Cashier. MEETS ALL DAILY -- . -- .m sw percent, penalty TO ALL. UurrsIndL'tMlo" lillloiunew. Iijftsivln, M.ila. rlii, Ncrmusiirv, uinK.eneril lvMlity. It Alt ileitl mm-1It. (ioniilno butnulo nutk uml eruue.1 nil Unison rii'is.r. XmYimir 'Sf w ' nvn .jpa added which done the first of vember. Please tend to this matter at once and save eosls. Yours, &c, TAYLOK, BSrF DMVN'S IROX BITTERS EMI ALIKE. ':: niH OK Seci-Am- il Stitement or tiik 1H I Al IlK' SPECIAL ATTENTION Public. T ot Given to the Traveling 4'luf llimltirstf J nut RESOl'UCES. HilN Real estate So!),!! 17. 0!l S.OOO.OO ... &V:-V- TH ONE DOLLAR EVERY r u t?mM mm rri Furniture and IKtures. Hiinds 1,000.00 1,:.U.(?7 7 l.'l.fi I 10, 120 7!l !) Debts in suit C'a-ho- ii liaiidiVin oihcrb'ks s I'lfa-nn- clO.-,2:i.O- Tho Importance of The Sunday School Union. It is po-a- l, utillie thctn, and add tn a tir iiicom, our business will not Intir.. til. louwlil on tt start lit tin rat lltv and teti-li-v ' Isr djy lunr I which you utnas iliillsr u .n I from lie dtt out. Ktiu beginner .sr or llr.t hour. Anr oneein run t ic i i.sin is i.ni fall. You shouhl try nntliln; fli' until ton sic for rouni-l- f what ou can d nt tli- - business nlilch weorTrr. No eaolt it rl'lid Women are tl.tk nutke i nueti tir.ind workers; ns tmn. Itiey shoul 1 trr this ImisIim.s, ns it is o .ll ndiptt-- to tlis in W'riti it oim snil sr. for .V I'D . yourself. Address II. II M.I.I fll.Stlll, .tic. IIiii. fJC, LIAHIL1TIES. Capital stock $.10,000.00 I )epiit 70.7Sh.20 15.0.") Due other Hiuks..: I per Dividend el. declared 1,200.00 Fund to pay inxt.-225.00 I'rolit nut! h's :!,5S l.h I Also keeps a lir.s.-elas- s liivery and Feed Stable, wlnjre ,you S5"" ran liavc.your Fed. Slorses da,y HARRIS & BEES, one-hal- 1 ft 1 and ei tbe besl of rigs or night. Leave ders with jour or- - HBLMEHS' GIOLS ::::::?, -- I BURTON The Press FOR 1893 pub-lishe- is SUBSCRIBE FOR THE out-cas- Ro'-ton- one-hal- 'nl wki AND- - Republican Ss-i-lllf- . y is, , iiu-ii- Mnn-ison- -- iu-- s. iiupi-iililli- t) scimoi t'. BOTH -- (!()iiriei'tloiiriial - PAPERS FOR THE PRICE- - I OF ONE. -- -- HAS THE ALL THE- - COUNTY -- NEWS IN THE (i-- ;),,&' S!0SM6M -- . The Press AND- I 4 W NATIONAL NEWS -- I IN THE- - ls rwiwv, jiinh-lui- TRIBU2TE. $1.25 .per year. t Iin-TKIl- - es ' The Press, Job Work A SPECIALTY. M FAIR RRfl$ Wc acknowledge receipt of complimentary ticket to tlio Christmas PERSONAL J. H, Collins, Memphis, is in town. -- Christinas with tho Motho dist Sunday School. o'clock last Sunday a largo crowd gathered at tho Methodist Church to attend tho exercises of tho school. A very interesting program was rendered to the delight of the audience. Mrs. J. S. Glean had train ed the little folks in their pieces, while Mrs. D. E. Thomas had pre. pared tho music and the success of the occasion is sufficient evidence of their excellent work. Every part was well rendered and all departed well pleased with tho hour so agreeably spent. The following is tho program in full: ritotiiUM. Song by School. Christmas Wayo Griffin, Christmas Choral Lizzie Miller, Lyman Williame.Isabello Cox.Joseph Miller, May Westerfield nnd Carl Pate. 11 ANTHEM. At ANDERSON'S BAZAAR." Have you heard about the big reduction in goods at the Bazaar? Well it's a fact everything in the house has been marked so low that they arc selling stacks of goods. So if you need anything in Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions or Shoes, it will pay you to call and see them. KpMiiBl aH t ;; I GUESS NOT.' I GUESS NOT. Can't get tliem cheaper than that? "Well it's the lowest price I overheard of anyone giving- for such goods." - CUESS NOT. HOW? Why at Fair Bros. &Co.'s they are rather bolter and rather cheaper. ITS THE SAME WITH EVERYTHING. V Just Come and See. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROSFunuinn - & CO.. C. h. Find lor Kile. Hoots and Props. ' Pnwiitaiwm IB s n (!o to Schapmicr's .Shoe. lor Hoots and Brownsboro, Ky., of which I'rof. ',. Sum L. Casebier went to Memphis Mr. King is an Wednesday. O. King is teacher. old Ohio county boy and one of the II. P. Taylor returned from Louisleading teiiehcis of Stnte. ville Saturday. K. P. Moore, Sulphur Springs, was Leo Stevens was summoned Saturin town this week. day night to go witli Deputy Sheriff Alvis Bennett, Bedu, made us a .T.S .Mosely to the Milligan farm, two pleasant call yesterday. miles North of town in search of Mill Clarence Field returned from igan, after the search nt the Co miner dul, and on taking from his pocket Louisville Monday night. Dr. J. R. Pirtlo, Nashville, is at the pistol with which tho Sheriff armed him, the hammer caught in tho homo during tho Holidays. Judge C. W. Massio returned from lining causing u discharge; tho lull, a !)2 caliber, passing through his Kli.abethtown Wednesday. C. M. Cole spent the holidays with right hand inflicting n painful flesh wound. He will be nil right m a his parents nt Sulphur Springs. B. D. Ringo and wife returned few days. from Logan county yesterday. George Scott, ono of Butler counFred Baruch went to Louisville ty's popular teachers, accompanied Sunday, returning Monday night. by his estimable wife, was on his way Charlie Westerfield, of Louisville, last Friday to Webster county to spent Christmas with his parents. spend tho holidays with his father's Col. J. S. II. Wedding went to family, when on the lovco North of Louisville Sunday, returning Tuestown his liorec became f righlenod, ran day. nway und demolished the cart on R. E. Leo Sinimerman is spending which they wero making tho trip. the week with A. F. Stanley, RochThe young peoplo put up nt Mrs. ester. Amanda Burnett's for tho night and Prof. J. D. Colemnn, of the City morning tho dauntless High School, Fruukfort, was at homo Snlurday young pedagogue took his lady on this week. Miss Eivn Morton spent Christmas tho horse behind him nnd turned his with Miises Denton and Gallownr nt face homeward to get n new start. Robards. Almost a Killing. MisiNettio Rogeis, of tho Liberty A dillictilty that enmo near provneighborhood, is spending the holiing fatal occurred nt Cromwell last days in Louisville. Saturday night. Sercral parties, inMrs. Judgo John P. Morton is cluding Col. Bcatty, Town Marshal, visiting her sister, Mrs. Warren Bawere in W. T. Tilltord's dry goods ker, near McIIenry. store, when Frank and Ike Cooper Misses Rosa and Sophia Weomer, came in. Tillfonl, who wns drunk, who have been in Louisville several immediately mado nt Ike Cooper with weeks, came home Monday, a knife, lint Frank pulled Ike out of J. A. Smith and Wm. M. Fair are Tillford's way, but ho crowed Cooper at Mr. Smith's old homo, near Mcand Col. Bentty walked up and com- IIenry, hunting this week. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford, Fords manded that peace be maintained, when Tillford left Cooper nnd turned ville, were tho guests of Col. a"nd Mrs W. II. Mooro this week. upon Bcatty, throwing his left arm Lcm McIIenry, who has been nt. nround the lattcr's neck, saying: tending Centre College, Danville, "D n you I've got you now where is spending Christmas at home. I'ro wnnted you n long tinio,'' at tho Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Henvrin havo same tinii plunging the knifo almost to the jaws just behind the jugular returned from a visit to relatives in Daviess and Henderson counties. vein Bentty, by n quick motion, Miss Mtiry Taylor, who lint been lifted Tillford's arm heforo he could lengthen the gnih and thus saved his visiting relatives in Louisville for several weeks, returned last Saturday. life. Halt the width of tho knife Clayton Woodward nnd family, blade further front would have severnight ed the vein and death would hnvo Centertowii, spent Saturday with the family of Wra. Foster, Sr. been the rejult. Tillford is doing n Wilbur nnd Luther Bnrnett.Owens-bor- o, good business but Ims had n reputavisited relatives in the Beda tion for years of being extremely nnd Kinderhook neighborhoods, this tiarreloine when drunk. Beatty is week, u ijuiet eitien, a detective of somo Misses Clara Denton and Hnttio note nnd is n prospective applicant Galloway, who are attending school for u Deputy Marahulehip untltr the here, spent Chistmas nt their homes at r.err administration. Unburns. Webb-Woodwar- Tho first Christmas Morning Susie Bowman. What Shall I give to Thee Sallio Taylor. Christmas Bells Eldred Pate. Short Address William Foster. Song by School. Christmas Morning Mc. Fogle, Irene Miller, Fannie Cox, Kitty Collins, Jessie Glenn. Christmas Song Mazie Thomas. The Dying Year Ida Duke. Doxology. Benediction. We have quite a number ofLadies & Misses Cloaks on hand and they must be sold in the next lew days regardless of cost. You can get one at your own price. DRY GOODS. We have cut the prices on all Woolen Dress Goods and you should see our big bargains. Can sell you a lovely all wool Scotch Plaid Henrietta for 37& cents, former price 50 cents. All other goods in the same proportion. jetnavilleT" District No., 3G. Tho following is the repot ot our school for the month of Dec., ending on the 23d. 'iionou ROLL. d. hnpli'iitynf baled hay For Ward-Bobe- Schapmicr is the place to buy your Shoe. Dressers, Suils,Bock-ersoranythingi- Call on Schapmier for Hoot, Shoes nnd shoe repairing. ItciiKMiilicr that C place fin good rig. the General Line, see h. Field's is the Furniture Overshoes and hoots icll KiihnV Clothing HoitfC. fast lit T. .3. MOKTON. If you want hauling dono leave your orders with CVehier it Uurton. A new liiieofcalicoiMJn.it leccivcd nt the popular ICuhu's Clothing House. If you want the beet of saddle herecs, the best of rigs, call on Cae-bie- r it Uurton. Look at the Court House yard! II it don't need n fence then we'll say we arc mistaken. Hubert Webb nnd Miss Annie Woodward, of the Beda neighbor hood, were married at the C.P.Church nt that place yesterday evening. Rev. V. S. Winkler pronouced the words that mado them man and wife. Immediately after tho ceremony the happy couple repaired to John "W. Stevens', Kinderdonk, where n grand Mr. Webb receptioti awaited them. is a prosperous young farmer nnd Miss Woodward, n daughter of Klijnh Woodward, is very prominent in tho society in which she moves. We wish them n long nnd happy life. Viola Miller 100, Hnttio Brown 100, Inis Phillips, 100, Bessio Loyd 100, Alma Phillips 100, Mary Mo Kinley 100, Eliza Story 100, Marnie Brock 90, Maggio Miller 100, Lnttie Story 100, Era Loyd 100, Alfred Loyd 100, Tom Brown 100, Junius Miller 100, Henry Lyons 100, Willie Haynes 100, Ira Chewning 99, Leslie Brown 90, Lizzio MilUr 100, Katie Thornton 100, Vera Loyd 100, Emma Lyons 100, Ida Simpson 100, Cor-d- a Harrison 100, Ethel Westerfield 100, Missouri Loyd 100, Tinoy Harrison 100, Cleveland Loyd 100, Lemuel Coleman 100, Tom Brown 100, Lawrence Brown 100, Estell Miller 100, John Martin 100, Ira Brock 100, Minor Lyons 100, Those falling below 90, are as follows: Mary Payne 01 , Archie Rice 80, Frank McKiuley 35, Charlie Martin 89, Corda Harrison 89, Ben Rice 35, Billy Payne 89, Fred McClnry 3,'., Floyd Rice 89, Arthur Phillips 89, Ed Rico 35, Jim Story 89, Charlie Payne 50, Theodore Howe 80, Amon Loyd 30, Albert Payuo 52, Walter Wm. Foter, Jr., who is attending Harrison 80. Miss Salmi: Mate Colkman, the Law Department of Vnnderbilt University, is speuding Christmas at Teacher. home. Mrs. J. S. McDaniel, Rockport, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Taylor, roturned home In this line we have also made a big- - re- duction and you can get a nice winter hat at a price that will surprise you. Miss Sara never fails ito please her customers in every respect. SHOES. line of Anderson's Shoes, Ladies, Misses and Childrens. They speak for themselvcs,and every pair we sell under a strict guarantee. Wear-forever We still have a full s, We also have a nice line of Trunks, Smyrna Rugs, Fur Rugs, and invite you to call and see our line before you purchase. It will pay you to do so. Ya-lise- FORDSVILLE. SARA AND ME, Wednesday. E. B. Rnnsdell, Harrodsburg, has ncceptcd n position as salesman in Kahn's Populur Trade Palace, where he will bo glad to' see ycu. College, now Arthur Coke, an old student of tho of Georgetown College, spent last Thursday night in this city, en rou to home for tho holidays. N. N & M. V. R. R. zv&-vms. sSgggtefe r..n No. 6, Mall ami , Limited No. $m " 'U TRUVII.KAVK HKWI'.lt 1HM. TiuiN" iiOiNu WKar WiW' So, It, Mall midllipro U:ir. Mo. T, l.ltiielej TKAINt MMNtl IIAS'I. A very entertaining . citicn of our county, will appear next week. letter from n now at Chicago, Kiprc" Kiprrin ,!" r" " M .'CI - i- - FRIDAY, DKCEMHKU 30, 1892. You can always get the best of accommodations at Ciischicr it Burton's. Cull ami be convinced. . V , iUw, if -- gggA wjJpaU If you want conveyance to and from Beaver Dam, or auy where, leavo Notice ii horoliy givon tlmt tlio your orders with Casebier it Burton. Articles of lucorpotntion, pursuant If you'll find n man who says the to chapter fill, (ionoral Statues of Court House yard don't need a new Kentucky, of tlio Ciainos Coal Comfence, why we'll have our devil to pany hao boon duly acknowledged lick him. mid lo.lj'o for record in the Ohio Tho faculty and stmlenth of tho County Clerk's Office. The names College are taking holiday this week, are W. S. of tlio Incorporator The but they will be on hand ready for Gaines and W. O. ltoiul. work Monday morning. principal business of tho Company Tho Wimbmill at the Court House will lio milling and doalinj,' in coal J. and welling dry goods, Saturday night was a big success. and buying notions, !ie., ami doing B. Wilson discounts tho gcmiiuo grocories, a general merchandise- business,and Santa Claim nt least fifty percent, its principal placoof busiuoss.Fords-vill- o, Hurrah, for John! Kentucky. Tlio cajiital stock John B Wilson was called Mon of tho company shall lie S'JO.OUO, diday to the bedsido of his mother, Mrs. vided into -- 00 blmros of $100 each, Levy Wilson, 1'rentis, who received injuries from being thrown from a of which r,000 has noy boon subthe day buggy during a scribed ami fully paid up. Tho cor poration shall begin business on this hclorc. lay and continue for twenty-fiv- e Charles Wimsatt uud Miss Lucrctin yours. Its business shall bo oort-- g Itichnrdson were married last Sunducted by u President, General day morning nt tho resideneo of tho Manager, Secretary nnd Treasurer, bride's father, B, E. Iiichnrdson, of who shall bo und Supdrintoudont, tho Cloar Bun neighborhood, Rev, oloutod annually on the sociuid Mon E. E. 1'nto oiliciating. day in December in oaoh year. The At a colored dnnco nt McIIenry highest amount of indebtedness or Monday night Sain Mack was shpt inliability tho Incorporation may of by Bonio unknown party, but only n cur ahull not oxcood throe-fourt- hs The u stock of. nuid corporation. slight flesh wound was inflicted. but "TIio private property of tho stoo- k- shooting occurred in tlio house,local-oil- . tho ono who did it could not bo holdora of the Company shall be Incorporation Notice 1 - run-uwa- y V ox-oi- upt , from liability for the ilobts of tho Company. Ben Italoy and Miss Francis Sim. Witnoss our hands this (5th day ver, of the Shinklo Chnpel neighbor1802. hood, woro married last Sunday at of r W. S. Gainbs, tho residence of tho brido's father, Felix Shuvor. Tho young people W. O. Ki:ai. Hy M. L. Hertvriu, Attornoy for nro prominent in the community .in which they live. said Company. L. B. Stevens, Tallapoosa, Ga., arrived in Hartford last Friday, and Groat Cloaranco Sale. will likelv co into business liprp. Wn In order to reduce our immense gladly welcome such young men to stock of dry goods, clothing, boots our miusi. uud shoes, hats, caps, etc., wo have Fire, Fire! eoiK'ludcd to sell our goods, regardTho early risers of yesterday mornless of cost, so that you can buy now ing discovered a light in Gufly & whatever you want at your own price. Bingo's law office, but thought nothing This sale will bo continued until the of it, until Mr. S. B. Howard discovthe 8th of January, 181)13. ered that tho house was on fire and he Kahn'h Tuadu Palaci:. immediately gave tho alarm. Tho m whoio town was soon aroused and Hockor-Taylor- . Horace Hockcr and Miss Suo K. mauy people gathered around the Taylor, of tho Liberty neighborhood, scene, but to do no good. The fierce wero quietly married nt the resideuce raging flames drovo furiously through of Mrs. Ann Bennett, on Elm Street, tbo frame buildings, burning the enyesterday morning by Rov.E.E.Fatc. tire corner buildings, beginning at H. Mr. Hockcr is ono of Ohio county's C. Pace's house and going to tho bank best citizens, Miss Taylor is ono of our building where it wns confronted with most intelligent young ladies, having a massive brick wall and stopped, but been identified with the educational not until it had laid all the buildings It looked for a while ns interests, she will bo greatly missed in ashes. in that capacity, ns well ns in society. though the largo tobacco house just back of tho bank was bound to be burned, but the flames were fought Bargain. A I now have for sale two fine blood- and driven back nnd thus saved what ed rnco horses. Ono of them is Tom might havo been n more destructive Nichols, tho celebrated thorough-bi- ed flro. Carson & Morton's new buildstallion, and the other is Bon ing was in much danger, but was Func, a thoroughbred race horse,both saved. Tho total loss will reach Both horses about $3,000 with very littlo lujur-nn- co. of national reputation. Gufly it Ringo's loss was about foal getters and can show as arc sure 2r0; E D. GufTy's library was valfine n lot of colts as was over seen Green Horn. anywhere. Theso horses must and ued at $1,400, and his furniture and Hack, Klitnry and Trial. Why snflVr from the b.i'1 1'llwli' of ihe Ij (irlppo. Lama wpakn.N. LOUIS) A TEX. R. R J will be sold nt u bargain, so if you fixtures makes his loss about 81,500; I.OUlHVIII.K,HT. of athar 1... .llAd. ItheitmAtWm. Ituliiiention. IllHlu'liifti. unv kind ot in lioalth. (Hradacha r.li.rad Klcctricity will ciiio you and difc, wn'n want to buy, do so at once. Call on II. Wheiusheimcr's jewelry store tolnonniinuio.)-nprnvPHiii LouisTille, St, Louis & Texts ailnj. u II II IN fclM.TrfHi DbL, I will aend to anyone on tril,fn n. "It. gether with some tools, at about ipi.... ti n am. mid- IIV If .itlflpil....,Also KlM'trlc Triune or address mo at Beaver Dam, Ky. ,,v' ... ami iloxi. ITitteriai.j -. .. '' '!.7- - v ";..::i. "...i in nrn mm iiir irant, f'Atttnnthlnff ta try lliem. aan ! reuuiauti m .mi,iiini K.imnmt-riSCHEDULE IN EKFE CT NOV. I, 1891. $500; Mrs. Morris' house at $500, 17 tf IIoiiack Baknks. Wnta and produces miffleient Klectncity to aliock. Flea Ilattery combined, No. SI, No. S3, OtTawam measure, iirivo mm ium uh.uii, and II. C. Pace's house on the corner Addrcm PH. Dully. Daily. WEST BOUND. iietrAtt. Aienla Wanted. second-hand- ed op 7:15 .m. 0.25 p.m. $400. The bank wall was consid1 Iiuvo nt soveral tig-t- -.. I.tl . m. 7:20 p. tn, Lt. LovImIII -Wt Point Sowing Machines that 1 erably damaged, but nothing was t.17 a. m. 0:07 p. m. rirdfnburg 1.4 a, tn. p. in. would gladly trade for corn or hay. hurt inside. - . 19:11 a.m. 9.11p.m. Irtinslon t.pli.n.port Write, or call and see me. 10.44 a.m. OtsTtrport .lp. tn. Remember 11:11 a. in. 10.10 p. m. lUwtafille Ghosh Williams. 11:15 a.m. 10.S4 p.m. Kahn's Clothing Houso still gives Lewliport II: la p.m. 11:11 o. m. Owtmboro nway SUverwaro with every $15 nnd 1:04 p. m. 11,55 p.m. -Spotlarill The Last Chance WOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPESW- of goods. Ho willjsup-pl- y Ar. nindirion l;i p. n. 11 JO a. m. To buy vour overcoats nt Kahn's upward worth No. 54, Xo.fl, your sido board and dining room Clothing House at your own price; Daily Dally. EAST POUND. Como with silverwnro frco of cost. only u few left. : 19p.m. 7:15 a.m. Uandarton aud bring it with you Lt. Spotftavillat........ .... 7:37 a. tn. S'37 p. m. nnd get a card, 1 17 a. in. 4:15 p, in, OwaniSoro. every time you come and have it Town Taxes. (.09 a.m. S.oSp. m .... Lawiaporl Horse-shoein- g Those who havo not paid their punched. (J3a. m. 6.Op.ra UawetTillo 10 01 a.m. 4:87 p. m, town taxes aro earnestly requested to CloTerport 10.29a.m. 9:19 p.m. 1 must make settleStapatatport Vanco-Maddodo so nt once, 11.01 a. m. 7:04 p, ta, In inrfan ment soon and your prompt action in A private, though beautiful and rtrtndtnburg U:a.m. 7:11p.m. tho matter will be appreciated and Wait Paint li 05 p, m, (.05 p. m, interesting, marriage took plucc last will savo time and trouble. 1.00 p. tn, 9.05 p. m. Ar. LoiliTill Saturday evening at tbo residence of Res'y, W. P. Thomas. 61 mak connection at No. D. M, Roll contracting parties were T.tlm No. SI and xctptad) with tralna on Loul. Irvlnfton (Sunday R. C. Vanco, of Dcs Moines, Iowa, villa, HarJiitburr A Wetltm K. R., rait and For Rent Tho Commercial Hotel. Call on or and Miss Nannie A. Maddux, of this rait bound. Far further Information, addrtia H. O, MOBDUE, Geo. Pa'r ig'l. G. J, Bean. county. Rev. D. W. Roll officiating. address, LaaltTilla, Ky. Dec. 2G. Health is very good in this locality. . Jako Wilson, of Wilson it Co., who has been very low for several weeks with typhoid, is out again. E, H. Cooper has moved to Louisville and will go into business the first of tho year. Gaines & Read, the managers of the coal mines at this place, aro building to the extension of the a tram-wa- y O. dF. railroad. It will greatly facilitate the transportation ot this coal. Several schools near here closed last Friday. The school at this place under the management of Dr. Jones and L. M. Render is advancing nicely and will close Jan. 13th. r? Bond & Ford aro scouring tho Opposite City Scales. B. tilUVEK, Manager. county for fat hogs and cattle. They We do work ns cheap as anyhody, quality considered. Repairing and pay a good priee nnd succeed in gathrepainting dono promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. ering n load every second week. Charles Rosson, of Shreve, is fast recovering from the he received a few days ago. Oscar Petty, of Gum Springs, is fllo-.ft- very low with muscular rheumatism. His recovery is doubtful. ROOMY. . Miss Maggio Smith, daughter of J. X V IIaaBV T. Smith, and John Smith, baggage master on theL. H. & W., will bo united in the solemn pledge of matriBoth tho mony on New Years day. contracting parties are prominent characters in the social circle and will be greatly misscii by the young folks. daughter ot Miss Laura Miles, gf Send for catalogue of William Miles, and John Mason will our full line of twa and bo married next Thursday at the homo work. of the bride's father near Tristler. Our genial batber, Jack Smith, will III. shortly take unto himself abetter half D. M. ot Miss Ella Marlow. in tbo person Wc wish the young couplo a happy journey through life. 07i7eixsl3orO BMgY rompanY Qervfc's Our Phaeton," LIGHT. ELEGANT. d 4 ? 2x ii Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, m 1 kri-io- 1 1 ..!..:. it i .- Jledl-fjjj&J- . T. 3D T?s7"IIL3L,I.lv S. BLACKSMITHING. , , x. a specialty. A large stock of best modern P.ows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J O. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, y. TV-- "- ""nmirgniH-Tiy,BI-,I'PTr'",Tir"m- nor wero they men IN THE PORTRAIT GAL- LERY. that would give up until tho last hope-waon and on, gone, nnd thoy fought 192. even when thoy saw that nil chanco Grandfather looks from tho paneled FRIDAY, DECEMBER wall ir-- n " of victory was lost. Ono dreadful At grandmother hanging across tho day tlioro came a breathless runner hall, into the vilage whote the last remnant In tho ripened glow of her stately grace; of Moto-or- s of the nation had gathored, and his Of the Death-Rai- n And a frown comes over his shadowed nows was that the Crows wero comin Dakota. faco ing with an overwhelming foroo and As ho says: "Tho world has grown asThe I.nrenit Vllilcli TrIN How II"" intended to uttorly wipe out the last kew, cr .Villi il li Mrriil ltnl of tho 8ioux. Tho stronghold whs My dear, since wo wero young wo Nionx 'row- - lalHiiit Up AkiiIiisI I lie two. strengthened and the Indians felt that Kroin Urn on nhlrli HroimtiU'oMii IlieOi-lmn- . II Ion this was to be tha last of their race. Ilrnth-nlinfr- trr KnrtThM nHwtloii l lhe t'ouiitrr Thcrowas no thought of surrender. "Nothing that was is the same Inncies arc castaway; o In Ntrrwn with Homul Meteoric Nlnnra. It was to bo a battlo to the death. All our scruples are laughed to scorn; 'a 'e. All our o'k'toin.s nre quite outworn; One of the tribes must bo exterminaProbably tbe Btronjjest tale of show ted. To fall into the hands ot tho Each is seeking for something new We wero content with tho old wo or ol meteorites linn been liatuleil enemy meant torture that was a thoutwo." Dakodown by the Sioux Indians in sand timoi worse than death. Into tho shades of tho grim old room, ta. A 6iory is told by the old men A small party of scouts was disSteal two form through tho twilight's tho tribe, and tliey say that tbc--j of patched to look after the enemy and gloom. received it from tbeir nucest ns, who report upon their position, hut these Grandfather's eyes aro sharp to see, wore pnrticimnt8 in the lijibt by the scouts never returned. Their bloody And a deep voice utters tenderly: Tho scalps were afterward seen dangling "For ayo will 1 love, nnd love but intervention of tho Manituu. you, itory has been liundrd down by tra. from long poles in tha possession of And we'll follow lovo to the end ilition from lather to mm until it ban the Crows. When this ghastly sight was wo two." beconir a part ot tribe's history. and is brought before the entrenched Sioux firmly believed by all tho Indians on a sceno of consternation followed. The Grandfather's face has lost its frown, his eves giown softer gno gently Nor is tho story squawsand papooes, with the old nnd And tho Coteau range. dim n without evidence to prove its truth. feeble warriors, were huddled togeth- On the pair who naught of his watch' The very name of the Cannon Hall er in one group, whilo the braves aslug know, river in derived from the traces of sembled nndertho leadership of the "Ouo thing goes on ns it iicd to do this miraculous intervention of the most noted chiefs and prepared for lit tho days when wc were young wo two." iom the 1uUu Hoim heavens of the Indian li'lit. the onslaught of the enemy. Just Journal. -The "Cannon Hall river" is a mys when life looked darkest for the Sioux A NANAM.Ji:TOJl fire, Willi .aeliiml-I- f tie title, indeed, anil perhaps the read there nppeared in thir midst Long iiffhiliili'a 'l,irrli l'liiuio irnlt er will wonder from what mure thi Red Dog, the medicine man of the fM by .. TV ajne ilrillm i lln. WMtlerivtd. The Cannon Hall tribe' ITe was the greatest known name river it one of the many itninu of ike medicine man of the whole laud, and ARI. TtlH MAIIIi nii.rratiln I.J In. Ik. lion 'in.tl.alnm, lhttlliH", linmif tppelltv. Yellow northwest that join to make the "Big am words had the weight of law with fkln' 4illnli Vlteliief l a i ruro Muddy," and as it wanders through the Sioux As hr stalked into the rifll 1. V. Wayne lirlffln A Urn. the "Bad Lands'' and down through crowd where tke preparations wero Womon Playing at Lovo. tbe valleys of the Coteau range there being made for battle the Indians From lvlin fuvm Jiiuml.' is apparently nothing to distinguish it floeked aronnd hnn and listened for There is but ono way in which a from th niauy other nvsri and tho words that might fall fiom his married woman may safely lay her streams that water that country. But lips. A wave of his long, bony hand self out to bo charming or fascinating thtro is a peculiarity about the stream calmed the warriors and he spoke: to any man, and that is with tho one that is most singular, and one that Brethren, the Crows have purpose in mind, dominating all elao, would probably pay a pologist to in their already powerful army. that she may arouse in him the conAn hours nde from Bis- Some of on r encc most trusted and viction that her husband ought to vestigate. marck, on the opposite shoro of lbs faithful wrriors are among thorn. be n happy man, writes Mrs. Burton Miscenri from Standing Rock Indian They have proven themselves traitors Kingland in an article on "Dangers agency, is tho mouth of the stream, to the blood that binds them to the ot a Social Career" in the .lanuary where its waters mingU with the Sioux. They have betrayed us and Ladies' Home .lourual. A woman muddy river that flows to join the doomed us to die. The Craw will may sometime increase her value in Father of Waters near tit. Louis. sweop down upon us anil destroy her husband eyes by the admiration Along this stream, a distance of four every thing in reach. Death and de- ot others when it U solely for his honor five milps from its month, may be struction will mark their path unles or that she is seeking to plcue. found hundreds and thousands of something comes to save in. Thoy Vanity is not the only moral dan The reader may are nor; but a short distance away, ger of n life spent in )ahiouable sostones of all sires. think there is nothing extragrdinary and we mut take our ponies and flee ciety, though it lead to ii. nimt ilkts-trThe extraordinary part is to the banks of the river if wo would In this. consequence in often alienating the presence of tho stones, but in save our lives When the battle a wile's sllcctions Iron- - her fitiabaud, not their ibatto and weight. kill rnnnelvcs rather aud vice vT.-a-. hum They hainllo nine The stones of the Cannon Ball thaa fall into the KuniU oftheCroAS. tools who "play at love,'' ami the difar different from the stones Bed Dog has spoken mind bin word-- . vorce court m'ciii to be ihe only place generally louud slotij; tho ktrcamsof Red Dog's words illed lint Sioux retorted to for the cure of such Each and every Hone with flooia, and the brave began to wouliIs. If " 1I19 little nl't within the Dakota. is a perfect tibcre and is eximordiuu-ril- y prepare 'or (light to the river. The tbe lute" line already begun in a wile's heavy Tliusies range from that pemie and tjuaws wero packed and relations with her liiij'u;il, lot her of a large bullet to that ofu ten pound all thatcouU not Ik1 carried was burr.'mir il at once, and ira iie tli.i' her cannon ball, some of them uveit ned in order tint it might nut tall in happtnc- - depend on ilint reaching the sire ot three feet in the hands of the Crows. The uYvitig man. It h.lps tkotnlerl'iiilv 10 arous Tho balls ar much prized fiioux reached the hanks of tho river in;: one's own waiitng alhc i oi to try people who bavu moved into when the advanced guard ot the to gain lli.it ut aimtliVr and excite by the that country, mid many tiavo lliem Crows was seen on a hilltop u it half mid dereetvc hi' hi'luM uiliiur.tti hi as ornameuts, either in the houses or, a mile away. Further flight was im to t'i iilij tit t'here is another if they are large, in their yards. They possible ind a stand was made for a the 111, iv Im in I. mil -- but we are strange curium, and no one ever fight. The Crows were now rapidly arc tho miller liuin the visits the river without taking away approaching and their numbers apwoman's Main! (mint. Let u one or more of the round stones as peared to be almost countless. There "Aet well our prt, No one has seemed to be n salvation fo tho Sioux, mementoes of tbe visit. There all the hour r lie." ever attempted to explain the origin who were huddled together, deteror these stones, but the writer, though mined to fight to the last. Singing Hll llillll'S' 'ir.Miill mi'iii'.li il it r. lit e roup tviM 7 7, lii"'!lit: ' I'liiU ni.'l nix liilm. there must be something that would loudly their former war song", the .Viol.. 10. 'till .1 llr.i. explain their presence, and spent sev- Crows dashed fornard and the arrows 11 1 1.01 rs t :t it 11 it(.im-.ir- . ..in. eral days among the Sioux Indians ami spears began to fall thick ami ur Iit fit mli l'i. i r ', nn.l I'lrurt.Moutli. 4.l l. .. Whih' i.rillii. A lri. to discover if there was any fast among tho Sioux. There seemtrying legend connected with the stones. ed to bo no hope for the Sioux, nod Cincinnati's two CoatP.ipjr. Ono old chief was at last induced to Red Dog was jt'it about to give the The Tribune, Ciuciuuatli'a new lno tell what the old people had heard fign.nl for tho members of the band to cent muming paper, the announce-iiieutabout them. The story was told with kill themselves when there appealed tliu early appearance nl which all thoseiitiusiiess that characterizes an ominous gathering in the sky anil we noted leeeiitly, will appu.ir about the aborigines when they ato telling n most peculiar furling ovoieanie the Jauuiary thu -- nil. lis publishers tho legends that have bean handed wholo avcmhhigu of the Sioux ami ay they will make it not lli- largest, dowu as a part of tho tribal history. Crons. The heavens asniimed a dull out the beUilmlor paper published in I will tell the story as it was told to greenish hue, such as usually precid. Jiueiuiiati: that it will comparo fame and let tho astronomers account e a tornado, mid then a few drops o vorably with the great two cent for it as they please, noither vounh-in- g rain fell upon the heads of tho com of Chicago and other leading for the truthfulness of it, or deny- batants. But the rain soon changed cities. It will not he issued on Suning that it bears tho resomblauco of a into something that was stronger, ami day. The prico by mail will bo fifty pebbles began dashing down upon the cents per mouth or six dollars a year romance: ago, which, in Indian heads of the fighting Indians. Tho in advance. Do not pny for a daily Many years lore may mean filty or a thousand warriors stopped in amazement, and paper torn year until you have seen years, the white man had never been all gazed nt tho unaccnuiilalilc sight tho Tribune. heard of in these regions, and the that was seen. But the pebbles wert mighty Sioux nation reigned supremo not all that came dowu. Tho stones Vw :1ft all along tho great water, from its grew larger and larger until they size that mount death to all a Their vast posheail toils mouth. sessions stretched from the Coteau they struck. Down poured the canrang in tho far North to tho mighty non balls ot heaven upon tho Crows, waters that rolled in turbulent streams but, wonderful to relate, not a Sioux misto tho gulf far to the South. And the was hit by one of the fearful siles. Tho hand of the Mantioii was tent and tepees of the mighty Sioux CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, nation dotted tho whole country, seen in tho destruction mat was while thousands of braves were ready wrought to tho hereditary enemy ol A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST to follow tho fortunes of tho rcigniug tho tribe, and tho Crows wero so panREMEDY FOR PILES. In their power there was ic stricken that they could not even .npiriiifimiuimMK.TiTummin. co st.locis. chieftain. flee, but cost themselves to tho earth draw-bacand that was tho ene WHEN YOU GU TO 0WENSB0R0 mighty nation of Crows, which inhab- in their abject terror. CALL ON Hundreds of tho Crows wero slain ited a laud far to tho West of tho posby tho mysterious pelting from tho sessions claimed by tho Sioux, and tbero was a constant enmity between sky, and when tho shower was over It bad the remnant of tho tribe hastily fled the two powerful nations. to their own land, pursued by tho come to a war of exterminanever Sioux, who saw in tho ending of tho tion, but the Sioux know that their them in the battlo tho return of their own supremcould matter of warriors, and consequently acy in tho country. From that day tho Sioux bavo been unhad never attempted to mako aud Indian tribes, aud X2SX2 niOSOaEATJIEE, open issuo for possession of the laud molested by other tho round stones that are found in For the finest and Mont Artitlie Work, As time slaimed by the Crows. along tho banks of any she or ilylc. Frcderica St. , between passed on, howevor,tho Crows be'eaino sueh abundauco 0m37 and at last tho Cannon Ball River aro tho relics 3rd ami 4th. mora and more aggressive, when the Manitou of tho it bocame almost constant warfaro, of the day ot Rod with tba Crows gradually pushing tnbo answered tha prayers Dog. their way into tho dominion of the & This is the legend, and thero was 8iour. Hardly a wee passed withbattle, which ended with fear- evidently some foundation in fact, out a ful slaughter. Each tirao there was a for the stones are of a metorio charfight the number of tho Sioux grew acter and show signs of erosion by fire. The Loading Photographer. less, until til last the old clneftiau of tho tribe saw that it was but n quesWHY WII.I. YOU coujli wliun rililloh'a Cue Pictures la Svery Sljh and Si, III ((lo Immediate relief. I'rlcolOyU., Wcta tion of time until their once powerful u.l ft, SolJ by JS. Wayno Uriffln A Ilro. IffirOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged nation would dwindle away to uotlr A BrECIALTY. lag and become a part of tho uation FOB DIHPKrtllA and I.lro Complaint 108i Main Street. of their hereditary enemy. you bare a printed guaranter onererj bottle 0 OWENSBORO, KY 37m6 They were not men to tamely tit lion's Vitallier. SolJ byZ. W yne OrlfBneUr Hartford Republican 2, ' down and dio, vll s ws'Sssw5!e3sl'ssi' 1 J ?s p.y D .). Il.i ' tin I1KI YBV' 1 1 1 IJT1 mi idireriirr od. VUij ft' : 11.. 1 9 tTJkez Get dtherts Just the same, A WEIRD TALE rrrrar5?asrrrrjs;'5vai. HAl'ljAftAI - Old-tim- lUiN. llio following misplaced lettera constitute wiien properly nrrangod tho name- of .$,!hjjWst popular music pub- ition on tho continent, nnd thoipybHsluIrs of Tho Canadian .Mi- lsio Folio aro offoritura Prlzo CoinpVtUio'n in coiuiucti .1 with it. the solo objoot boinir to' attract attention to thuir hnnilhoniu public.iiioi . . ... .1... ...i:..i.:i:... .. i ... .1 !. .1... wi aim lncroaso mu circuiaiioii m u. a. luiiiuiuiiiiuiii'i "i nadian Musio Folio t'oinpany, and tho ostimation in which tlioynw held in Toronto, Canadn, wbero thoy aro host known, eonieMim's in thiscompotition nro roforrod to any of tho ".Morcaiiiile Ayuneit's"' or leading Daily Newspaper of Canada, who will mm i 'y tho Htatij-mo- nt that wo are tho only bouso in tho Competition Im in.i'- - in ,?, J' AND SO DOES "..!. ui i. 4 Canada that faithfully carriea out what it ndvnrtives, aini is tho only advortioinunt of this kind that Tho Toronto Globe, tho lending Canadian Nowspaper, will accept, wliie'i is but aitothor proof of our intonly I' - I :..: - ' s I'.lfiu.t ef the elm riklhhtn Cnrrna-pan-I'nuaitlnii Mnl- - Folln mil vnlinvlunntlM", iHi um of fin In llnrnea 4niplrl', wilk itc.I Hr llin c an? part ef thu Tnltnl lalf) to tho flrl rn wNo riimrr ni; ltli SI Ii.iflrinfj ttti nU nf fnilitnii rurretUr: Uthe cn4 will I"- kIipo a Ijirtrnr will nu CIcahiI I inly nr tl.fi l);ltinwill Im 4ilrS) with PnfnmatlP Tire: tn at thlrS irlli (ivan vniiiiic llln. maa'a SlAlltl flalil VTnUh, taliifil ItJi t r nrntlrmnlttn tli nnh will l mnnrt Rlna.lt.ott'a oim an l.lrmnt I blmi iMu. latli uih aOwlwa Mn-- lr ao. 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