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Publisher. IKE PARTY II! THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL SISTRICT, 1ERKSS...5 for Annuo, In Adtance. HARTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, MAltCH Attorney General, niul opposed to the uniform precedent governing such With as much justice you cases. might have changed ngr.inst the the salary of the ICxccu-liv- e became the law imposed upon him the general supervision of the work. It remains, therefore, that there is still a balance of several thousand dollars of the appropriation in the Treasury of the State. You call in question the propriety of constructing n railroad switch or other railway to the depot or river. When an individual owns property of which he desitcs to dispose, he usually offers its accessibility to business ns one of its greatest advantages, t The same rule applies to public prop- -' erty. Hut, according to your theory, the rental value of this property would be as great if situated on the summit of nn Inaccessible Mountain1 ns in a plain with convenient access Means of to the business world. egress nre essential to the value of this work. Without them, it would be virtually useless. They nre necessary to utilize it either when in the possession of the State or in the hands of a lessee. They are n part of the property, ns essential to its prosperity as the walls or any other part of the structure. It appears from the papers to which you refer that this property, without the establishment of some means of communication, would be virtually inaccessible to the railway during a great part of the winter. Ucsitlcs, it was stipulated in the contract with the lessees that this should be done, provided the approYou priation should be adequate. seem to have a singular obliquity of vision in regard to the moral aspect It was Andrew of this question. Aguecheek who proposed to send a challenge, and then break faith with his opponent, in order to make a fool of him. You reason as if the State should enter into a contract with one of its citiens, like, a Shylock exact from hint his pound of flesh, and then refuse to carry out its own contract on the pretext that it would be a benefit to the contractor. I hold that the coM.MONwr.Airii suot't.n ki:i:p faith with the humblest of its citizens, and the Fxccutive that lends himself to its violation conies short of the discharge of the duties .of his office. It is needless to persuc further your labored and fruitless discussion of this question. In a point of fact, the switch was not built because ,thc appropriation was inadequatc.Ilut to the river and a good a tram-wa- y wagon ro.ul to the depot were con structed. They are essential to the prison, the of use proper whether by the State itself or by lessees. They are the property of the State, as they ought to be, and not of lessess, who could destroy them or dispose of them to private parties at the end of the lease, thus seriously nflecting the value of the property to the State. In the act quqtcd, the legislature not only confided to the Jv.NCCtitive the necessary discretion, but made it mandatory upon him "to make the best arrangement in his power whereby the confinement of 400 prisoners nnd their steady employment therein can be secured," nrovided these arrangements came within the limits of the appropriations. Their steady employment curi.n only in: sucuitr.n by giving access to the products of their labor. The duty thus imposed on the Kxecutivc was conscientiously discharged, and the progress of the woik was reported to the body from which the authority emanated. This report covered the contract for the That body took no railroad switch. adverse action in regard to it. Ou ' the contrary, they paid a high compliment to the Fxecntive in n resolution indorsing his action as a member of the Sinking Fund Commission. Your discusssion of the question at this time, evening, as it does, THU VUOl'AMJ IONOUANCr. ' 10, 1893. NO. 32. zine, for only 83.00. " " The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- EVERY HOUR h ra.lljr raruiil liynni one of rlthir mi In nnjr art oi iiiucnuutrv, ivuu i, wuimr urnm iimm. rlon.lr at Mm' oiiinldMiii nl ulihli c fiirnlOi. iiiul you Mill ho 1 he labor la light mid i ii,jlilr,nj that tUK wlinlnrr. He lit ion imi um run (lire tin- lnuliie Midi without ixpuxu n.nur.rlf. Piirtliini- - wllllllf In ilu II Utile ork. tlil. It tin' irrimli'.i iiilt-- iiunlc. You mil work nre If or nihil, un.l In Uiui'teiilug null.hour, )uu )uur nil. till, have, n few rpire nl pliiinl, poial, utllltv tlit'iu, uul mill In mtir Income, ntr Imi.Iiicm iHI nut limrliro lit nil. Ywittlll plei-iii11 OE DOLLAR ARRAIGNED. John Young Brown Held Up to Public Scorn by Ex- Gov. Buckncr. i it'l'tlty mill o"o .l..liir,iliirliliiiid layout. Cvni IxKlnmr nn m i ml (rum thu ftr.t hour. Atir ono cm run tin ImmIiii a notii. (ll. Ion thmilil trv iinil.'iifr "I"' mull " " for Totlr.olf Mliul vim I'nn iln nt Ilu- IimIiiim Hrhlth WMtifrr. Nn capital tW.e.1. H'unuii ur griinil worker.; iiovmlii Hif mrtVe m lunch ii men. Ihei pIhmiM Irv till, urixi'i-niiil'i- m, in It l so for tll niliii!nl In tin in. U'rlti jourit'ir. AiMri'M it. i lAi.i.irri .v H " 'rrllimil, Me, ."V , it' he niiimiil nn the lnrl nl tin br ttlilcli imi iiiiium ilnll ir ii .. Pacts Suppressed, Rocords Garbled, Questionable Methods Resortod to by Kentucky's Chief Executive. II.Vrniil,lhi' llimlltii; llirr fln4Jrinr il' thi I.iiiuriilcil UliirMitirli NI111 on .Siulm .Mini "I IHx. U1N31111 to ilu Itrpitlr l Von r Torn mill Tn rn lili -- subject, together with his reply. The obicct of the inquiry was to asccrtnin if beds, bedding, cooking utensils nnd other nrticles of a like character were a necessary part of the construction The appropriaof the penitentiary. tion was designed for the construction of the building nud its necessary and this fund ought not to have been applied to other purposes. The opinion of the Attorney General of which you the correctness probably will not question was, that the supplying of such articles was WITHIN Till? I'OWHUS AND IHJTIKS middle of a sentence, followed after a nor for the protection or preservation comma and controlled in its intcrpre-- J of its property." You make this tntion by words which you signifi-- i declaration with tlfe following words enntly and deliberately omit. Your . staring at you from the pages of the "Said lessees begins: agreeing," etc., when, in connection with the controlling words, it'should have read that the State, among other things, agreed to "lease the labor of 418 Convicts, more or less, the same varying with the general condition existing and applicable under the law to be confined in the Kddyville prison when the same is completed, to the party of the second part, for the period of ten years from date of this contract; said lessees agreeing," etc. This suppression is made in'still another part of your communication, where you quote nearly fifty lines of the contract, closing, "and also lease the labor of 418 couvicts.tnore or less, etc.," "for the period of ten years from the date of this contract, etc," thus doubly quotation ATTOUTINU TO IJIiCIJIVIS 110NI) PI10FSS10XAL CARD. J. Ed.win IScwe ATTOltNKY AT LAW, n nl RIPPED FORE AN APT. ULUVM2& jwtf- - LOUISVIIXi: COMMIIItCIAI. ,QJ2.50 kf'OO UDIFS l'HANKi'cniT, Kv., 1'Vb. 25. Uov. Jons Youxc. llnow.v, I'unsmr.NT Sinking Pund Commissionuus Sihs I have reitil it communication, dated February 10, 1893, addressed to the 2kOiSfe..-- &. ti" jrcts,iir2n J! &&? iy?nes',ssrT Silk thawotld Sect Call W, L.Douclnseliooenroaolcloveiywbeca. ICTmyboily tbouM wear lliom. It ! a doty yea ovro youmell to gat tbu belt valaa tor yourtnonoT. Eoooomtxninyouriootwoat'by purcbiuitOE W. L. DouglnsShOOS.wMch mprsnnnt tno bout valuo at tbo price abort., as tb'.u.anfla oan io.UtY. No Substitute. --Cff licrnrr nrirnitii jnni'i'enuinawHnnTii n. ir namu and iirtce stampd! ou bottom. Louie K? 11 wi.cn JUU UUf. I., limit)', IlroclitoDi 9Ia.. SoUty eS-Tii- .; !?.oo ?.?i.75 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noWp. for tbaprio. Btaoo In L. V. W(r.!tNI.i:, Il.rlfonl, Ky in 1GHT IJKHIKG run.-'- e3BUYTHEtlK. JlVi .Tn HJl?jr -' k jk j yii'j Xxbirmr MnzT WUMJni, .,,.. VM'S j ' WOCOWCRK.A SWrrSi ifcAS'"r'" r )TiLT.-JfJ- 1 uuiu. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Cond TEN cents to SO Union Sq., I!. V., for our prlio p;nmo, " Dllnd Luck," nnd win n How Homo Sewlnn; Machine. Tho New Homo Sowing Machine Co, ORANGE, MA88. umM- - '.ioui'" FOR SALE BY 1 OBBB BB V llilfi 3 1 BfTJ WjfumTtsjSiui tt C 1'tl Cj!dl,CoutliiSorTirot,Croup.Ir'.fluo, Tor Con.umptioa In flrtt "" tur. relief In .dTmceil It.Eti. Vm at nr. V34 will tea th cictll.nt tficct ft'r t.kirjt th. by irj frit Jom. ' Bold nd $1dfl,r .ferywb.re. CO. t.'.Ucj tO cent. ::rfln cur. .Ut. tost st. nm?. M $! . m r:3sa ifllll i -- r.i;tn;aufT. t .' MM t Ki ;i 1 e uMik KM!t V EMMIE -- :ias led nil Worm Rome dua. EVER BOTTLE OR 20 YEAR GUARANTY. frrpufiitf n:uunaso.nTUiu nto. to,, hT.iuns, BOLD KVKnYWIIKUK. 4 fa Sclcntlflo American Aoency for y n- I'or Information nnd N1.1v Yoitir. MUNM ii CO.. Ofile.t bureau for .ocurlnu imtciiti In America. bmuRlit Kvcrr iiutciit Inkcu out ly u Uor cUwgo ticforo la tba tie puUlo by nuotlco flvtu Irco mQr - ifr r a.- - j 11 CCPYI1I0HT8. oto. f reo HnnrttiooV write to ' OAVCATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATKNT8, Inrafft rlrnilntlon of nny .clentina pnper In too Ho lutelllirent Siili'iiUldly world. V lllu.tratul. man nhoulcl Ik) without It. Weekly. MiOO a A CO, H.WHI mnutlia Aildre.s MflN.1 Cily. Hew York Senate anil 1 louse of Ueptesentatives of Kentucky and sijjiicd hy you and John V. Ileadley. Though the statement is made that the signers arc nieinbeisofthc Sinking Fund Commission, I do not see that it claims to lc in any proper sense of official paper. It is not signed officially. There is nothing to show that the subject matter was ever considered b.v the Commissioners, and it does not claim to Iw even n minority report front that body. The conclusion, therefore, is irresistible that you seek, under color of official position, to give utterance to private criticism, and to cast aspersions 011 the conduct of gentlemen who have heretofore occupied high official positions, and who uniformly discharged their duty with intelligence nfid with fidelity to the public interests. As the assaults are aimed at me and a gentleman with whom I have been associated in official life, it is incumbent 011 me to comment ou some of your statements. I will notice first your allusions to nie in regard to the construction and leasing of the Hranch Penitentiary. My duties in connection with the construction of that building were imposed by the acts of April 30 and May .1, 1888. The following e.tracts will show tiii: lTiirosi: oi Tin: i.i;c.isi..vrfui: And the duty of the Kxecutivo: "That the Governor is hereby authorized and directed to advance, with nil reasonable rapidity, the construction nnd completion of the Kddy- ville prison, after the plans and specifications heretofore adopted, subject to whatever modification he may find, after a full and mature consideration, to be to the best interests of the State. "If, however, it be found that a contract cm be eflectcd by .which the State can be saved of all further cost, then the Governor shall make, by pary tial work upon the building nnd structures, the best arrange ment in his power whereby tlie confinement of fourhundred prisoners and their steady employment therein can be secured, it being the wish of the General Assembly to secure this end at the earliest possible moment; and that this end may be accomplished, the Governor is hereby authorized to use, in addition to the appropriation already made, a sum not greater than $50,000, provided it is found that such a sum can be spared from the revenue of 1889, without embarrassing the general expenditure fund for that year, and provided that no portion of this sum shall be used, except as it maynppear that the desired end can not' otherwise be accomplished, and that by the use of this sum, or some part of it, the prisoners now employed outside of the prison can be remanded to the walls under circumstances consistent with their being safely and comfortably housed and actively employed. Provided, That nothing in this act shall be construed to repeal any net, or nny part or nn act, passed by this General Assembly in relation to the building or com pletion of the Fddyville Penitentiary, but shall be construed as in addition and supplementary thereto." The objects of the legislature were to complete the building for the amount of the appropriation, and to call the convicts within the walls ns' soon ns they could be accommodated with comfort. The correspondence which you have quoted, together with every other act of the FxecuUvc in this regard, shows his purpose to comply fully with the The plans requirements of the law. were modified, without impairing the symmetry or security of the building; increasa roadway .constructed, leasing capacity of the peniing the tentiary by rendering it accessible, nnd the entire work was completed within the limits of the nppropration, and nt n cost of tern-porar- of the Sinking Fund Commissioners, under general laws applicable to the penitentiaries. In fact, these powers are habitually exercised in regard to the Frankford Penitentiary, subject only to such contracts as might relieve the State of any portion of such expenses. Under the authority of the law quoted it was the right of the Kxecutivc to modify the plans as he choose, and to make any arrangements necessary to carry out the purIron bedsteads and poses of the act. cooking anil laundry utensils alone were furnished under authority of the The contract did not require boaul. that the lessee should provide them. They were not included' in the approval plans of the building, which, subject to necessary modifications were the guide of the Executive in the construction, and must, therefore, be provided by the board, under authority of nets wisely citnctcd for such purposes. In the face of this state of facts, you do not hesitate to charge that the inquiry 01 the Kxecutivc on a matter of official duty, and the reply of the legal officer of the Government was "an arrangement" in the interest of the lessee; and, continuing, you say: "The arrangements was made to fit the expenses on the State and reCompany from lieve the Mason-Foar- d supplying the essential things for which, in part, the contract was made in order to invest as must as possible of the appropriation in a railroad." As if this assertion was not sufficient you emphasize it further by saying: "It thus appears conclusive that the law and contract were clearly not observed by .those concerned in the agreement covered by the correspondence of June 21, 1890, to July 9, J890 and the State was the loser." Your assertion is the more remarkable, inasmuch ns you had in your possession at the time, or there was readily accessible to you, i:vinr.Nciv THU MXilS-I.ATUK- I; in regard to the facts of the case, by substituting the sign "etc." for the controlling word of the lease. You give the quotation as ifit were the only part of the contract bearing upon the subject you are discussing, and, thus fortified by what you would set forth to the public as all the facts in the case, you charge the account of the lessees with the monthly dues for lease of convict labor from October 2, 1888, to December 24, 1890, the date upon which the prison at Fddyville was first organized and officers and gtrards first appointed by the State. This period of twenty-seve- n months is charged by you at the rate of per month, amounting to You thus attempt infercn- tially to reflect upon the members of the late Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners for not asserting this claim. You still further assert that this and other items which you chargc"appear from the executive papers and correspondence on file in the office of the Secretary of State, and from the re cords of the 'Auditor's office and Sinking Fund Commissioners.,, Mark how plain a tale will put you down, and show that the exaggerations of FalstafT pale into insignificance before the injurious misrepresentations you made in regard to this matter. The facts are that during the whole of this peritJd the convicts $31,-23.39. WKKi: NOT CONTINnD.AT UDDYVI!.t.K, on the subiect. seems little short of nn impertinence, nnd will not add to vour rcimtntion cither for wisdom or modesty. You complain that before the completion of certain drainage ditches and other inferior parts of the work the contractors were permitted to draw upon a large part of the 15 per Here, again, I think cent, reserve. you have permitted a peevishness of temper to get the better of your judgment. The only object for withholding this percentage was to secure the It can performance of the contract. not be disputed that the work nt this time was substantially completed, and the statements that you made. The records of the Sinking Fund Commission will show the letter of the Executive, covering the communication of the Commissioner of the Hranch Penitentiary and announcing the approaching readiness of the building for occupancy. It appears from these letters that the only articles which it was desired should be furnished by the board were, ' "iron bedsteads for the cells and hospitals, and cooking and laundry "machinery for the kitchen and laundry," articles not embraced in tho contract of the lessees, or in the" specifications for the building, and which, therefore, must be supplied by the Commissioners. There was accessible to you, on the Auditor's books, the further information that not one cent has been paid by the State for the bed, bedding or any other articles required to be furnished under the lease, all articles of that character used by the convicts having been paid for by the lessees. From your position as President of the board it was your duty to know these facts nnd see that the obligations of the lease was enforced. It is, therefore, to be nresumed that you know that the State has incurred no expense whatever ou this account; and when you asserted that "the arrange-nien- t was made to fix this expense on the State" and that "the State was the loser" in consequence, that you were fully ' conscious of deliberately misrepresenting the facts. As the questions of account at issue will probably be judicially determined I do not propose to discuss the figures which you give in relation to the indebtedness of the lessees, further than to comment on a single item in your statement of their account. I do this for the reason that there is an apparent purpose in your communi cation to cast an unwarranted reflection on the board of which I was n member and because, it which kntikixy iiki'liud and could not have been, since that prison was then in course of construction, but were employed elsewhere, and were guarded, clothed and fed at the expense of the Mason & Foard Company, under their contract with the State for the lease of the labor of the Frankfort penitentiary. Your qnotation in regard to the lessees, "and they will acquit the State of all expense in the maintenance and operation of the prison," which you inserted to control the expense during the entire period of the lease, was itself subject to the controlling words which you purposely omitted nnd which limited the prison expenses to n time beginning with the completion and organization of the penitentiary. The omission was nec essary 10 enaoie you to insinuate a diiclectiou of duty on the part of the members of the commission; therefore, you seem not to have hesitated to suppress facts which if given as they appear in the official records, Would not have left you the "shadow of a shade" on which to base your false allegations. Adopting the theory of the murderer that "returning were ns tedious as go o'er," you attempt to SUSTAIN YOUR SUIl'Ki:SSO.V Till: CONTKACT, IIAUTFORD, KENTUCKY. whidh is in the executive safe, and from which you have continually na.t.oLriv. i. , a. wrotn. quoted: u nmi for the faithful performance of nil their agreements and HARTFORD, KY. undertakings, the parties of the sec(OnVc, oTer.tnleroir Itnznitr.) Will pnollec their profiimi ond part the lessees, with their Hun ami nljiililnj i omit Ico, In nil tlie eotuM o nnl court of Appeal sureties, jointly and severally, bind Special attention Kivm tn ormiirml practice a4 v2nt2ly collection., themselves to the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the sum of $150,000, to indemnify said Commonwealth against nil costs and damages that may accrue from a breach of any HARTFORD, KY. stipulation herein contained, should Will practice ll1. profenMon In Ohto'an.l adjoining counties, and the court of Appeal., hpecta nny occur." given to This bond is signed by the lessees attentionnorth sidecollection. puMic square. Office tl Tit in their corporate name, as principal, and by ten persons as sureties whose B.D. BINGO. E.D.GUFFY. aggregate pecuniary responsibility is r 6s certainly not less than a million dollars. Every other contract, during the time you mention, is similarly Will practice In nil court of Ohio Ami adjoining and amply secured. These bonds ronntleo, nnd In Superior Court nnd Court of Ap Collection- nil legtil hiialneaa have been reported from time to time o. Odkc, No. u."J nndMarket .tIUrtford,attended K, Ky. to the Legislature; they have been published with the proccedingsof that body, and are readily accessible to ATTORNEY AT LAW, every citizen of the State. In addition to the facts you transmitted n XT3T. copy f this particular bond, in nn official communication addressed to the JR. 3E2. House of Representatives on January 7"ec2.cli:ne't 11, 1892, covering the report of the State Inspector, indorsing its solvency. And yet, with such overwhelm (Office in Crowder Building.) ing testimony stamping the seal of court, of Will practice Ills profea.lon condemnation on your statement, you Ohio nnd adjoining counties. In all the Notary Alao T2n7ifj Public legseem to think that an intelligent islative body, representing an honest and manly constituency, may credit Ik!,, Xj. KCeavriaa., your deliberate misrepresentations. In continuation of your criticisms ATTORNEY AT LAW, of the acts of three of your predecessors, and of the gentlemen associated Will practlcohls profession in ail the Court, at'" with them, you add: "And yet.in the Ohio and mljolning counties, and In the Court of evface of continuous delinquency on Appeals. Special attention nlven to collection. Office, over Williams, Hell & Co', drugstore. ery contract of the Mason & Foard Co., the contracts were renewed on unchanged conditions, except that the sum charged for the labor of the convicts was reduced at the expiration of each term by the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners." The contracts which nre in the Executive safe will show that the first of these leases barely saved the State the expenses; that the second saved the State the expenses and brought a revenue of over $33,ooo,andthat the third saved the State the expenses and secured the relinquishment of a just claim against the State, arising from OFFICE OVER RED FRONT a fire, and estimated at not less than Is prepared to do all kinds of $40,000. Each succeeding lease, instead of being worse than the preced- Dental work at reasonable prices. ing one, as you state, was inore advantageous to the State. But this erroneous statement on your part is as AT close an approximation to accuracy as --, one could reasonably expect you to tV make. Uke Gen. Pillow's ditches.as described by Saxc, your statement is only "vice Varsay." That the existing lease is a good one for the State is established by A legislative investigation. Three years ' ago the lessees were anxious to relinPLEASiHiT quish their lease, and 'made a proposi-H6- n to that effect to the Legislature. r Dog.!The proposition was investigated o through a committee and rejected, THE NEXT MORNINQ TtZL BRIOHT AND KMIIODllill IN - - Tames ..SnaltH, Attorney at Law, ... Elngo, Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfild Attorney at Law, noAlrLo, l5Ly Hartford. Ky. DENTIST. Btf JfiLK WW$SSf m g. THUS GIVING LKGISLATIVS SANCTION Ol' FACTS that 1!QUITY AND I'AMl W!AMNO injuuctfUiv, at1 Uroadwuy, MANV THOUSAM) riOW.AUS I.liSS, than would have been required" to construct the building in accordance Yet, you with the original plnns. state that the appropriation for building purposes has been exceeded, in n small sum, but you obtain this result only by charging against the appropriation the sum of $8,520, the salary of the Commissioner and his clerk. This is contrary to the ruling of this tro lirokrn rtonn Ifort overwork ot liouohold wio Iron Hitters RLnllib tlio ryulern, nM llirctIon, reinoTf ox. cca of liilo.auilctirci malaria. G tliogvtinlna Hr.nr Persons BROWN'S mO.V BITTERS ....... fn.llm.Jllm. llllllUilll.ll.. I ll f TlCrtPlA. lalA rla. Ncrroume, andiicneriil lability, l'hyil-dat- u rt'commeii.l It. AlldcaV ra wll It. Genuine bu trade iuarUnu(IctoieUrcJllaioiivrappor, demand that the contractors should receive just compensation for the You seem to think work performed. that the State should have acted as usucr, ami, Having rcccivcu me of the construction, should have refused the contractors an equitable payment on n mere technicality, and when the necessities for withholding the reserve 110 longer existed. Fortunately I have not been educated in that school of ethics. You dwell with some persistence on the question of my supplying bedsteads in the cejls nnd Iwspital under the authority of the Hoard of Sinking Fund Commissioners, nnd quote my letter to the Attorney General on the by the assertion that the charge you make in this item is sustained by records in the Auditor's office and other public departments, when, in fact, the records which you quote show that the prison was not organized until December 54, 1890, and that until the convicts were ordered to that prison, no prison expenses were incurred nnd none were paid by the State of which to "acquit" by the lessees, and that the charges for this item, together with the allegation against the Commissioners, had no other basis than your deliberate suppression of an important part of the contract, and your assertion, which is proven to be false by the very evidence you abduce in support of it. You can not say that this charge is made from iuadvertance, because you ll,U'STKATi:S THU M1'.TH0I VOU ADOIT say that your investigation has been of presenting such parts as may favor "patient and careful." It must necthe conclusions you desire to reach essarily be inferred and suppressing such portions ns may THAT OUIlY MISUIiPHHSISNTATIONS negative that conclusion, under the have been equally deliberate, and that pretense of quoting all that is mater- you made these allegations with the As a basts for yie full knowledge that they were not ial to a question. deductions you propose toMraw, you true. The allegations were so groundmake an extended extract from the less, and their fallacy so transparent contract with the lessees, concluding that you might well paraphrase the with a stipulation that the lessees poet apd piteously exclaim: agree "to faithfully conform to all "Oh! what a tangled web I weave; I practice to decieve." rules and regulations of the Sinking Whene'er and In your Fund Commissioners respecting the character of censor of labor, diet, clothing and n "and the acts of your predecessors, you of the convicts" will acquit the State of nil ex- are pleased to say: "It may not be they penses ill the maintenance nnd opper-ntio- u improper to add that the first conof the prison.", In the first tract with the present lessees under place, you- begin your quotation ns if their firms name in 1882, and all subit were the commencement of a sen- sequent contracts, contained no protence or paragraph, occurring after n vision for the protection of the rights period, when, in fact, it begins in the of the State, in case of delinquency, al g and a llvnniit lavatlv. 11,1, diinW Is to the act of the Commissioners. You and klilnrya.Lrrua.1.and U prvpurvdiorUMascMuyaj mode from respect for tea. Its. called may yet have sufficient constitutional requirements to induce All drufrfrlit tell It at 60s. and f 00 a pa.tazo. It you to hesitate to establish your cen- jLaac oufnninitk'etlt,"on(1yourJiJrcMf.'rrrci'tiDit'' Farall Medicine mutr (lie UwiUiavi tn on), sorship over the separate departments 4uf,OUA'IUUrtclxii ea!(hy,thhHiitnigirT. AiUU 1. 40nlUAIU. jU..OV1, of the Government. While you denounce the Commissioners for making It a bad lease, it may be expected, therefore, that with your usual consistency you will applaud the Legislature for considering it a good one. I think you art; in error when you charge "continues delinquency" on In large and the part of the lessees. complicated transactions, such as u theirs with the State, there are neces:5 IS THE BEST. sarily occasional unadjusted balances, arising from claims and counterclaims. From time to time these may lie iMouHf FOR SA.IP py AutMTta. arranged, when other similar differences may arise from like causes. H. A. LOZEIER & C0 Unfortunately, you have away of Wholesale Doalen, talking very inaccurately, and may CLEVELAND,' O. call that a delinquency, which.in fact, 340 Superior St. may only be a balance entirely capaThere were such ble of adjustment. balances pending before the board o' which I was a member when their Our knowlterms of office expired. edge of the fairness and integrity of the gentlemen who were the lessees satisfied us that these claims, which were then in process of adjustment, could be satisfactorily and equitably arranged. If we had thought other NOTHING BUT PILES, wise, and had regarded the lessees as CURES delinquent, we would quietly have A SURE and CERTAIN CURE discharged our duty, under the law, Known for IB years as tho BEST .ianUDY FOR PILES. and endeavored to enforce the penalty Prttaroll.; tilt t'.. T.Mn. of the bond to the State. If a delinquency exists, it has become such during your administra With its settlement your pretion. You decessors have nothing to do. well know that they are powerless to intervene, 'Mid that the duty of forcing LLLY flfafl Bf 'J f't. R aP9 b fll a settlement devolves especially upon They have left in your Obtnlucd. and nil VAIMV.fitaA fc" M yourself. im .nu for uiiiud hands, in the bonds they took from uppositetothe IIMonritrii: n:"innd .' N tiflitt. y. A. W .l. !l fi of enabling lain I'ulenlK lit liino mini the lessees, the means ti imiiiiinii youo enforce a just settlement, if al.llily fleiMifilisiRi'iiuil w'ii"',;,1l",iM.,1. Me liinmUM' LIIAHUK a a ki f lit fl I.. necessary. But, instead of executing 'rii't'nii'iiiiir'mlviiv' tcr'h.: and ivftrr nccj to the plain duties devolved upon you nrln.il eti.'iiu In Mill iivn klate.Cnlinty 1'7 " by the laws, you turn aside from their Omvi:t Vnlun (iPtt 'minuon.'l) ft (CONTINUItl) ON I'OUKTII I'AGIt.) r.KWAND MY COMPL'JX'ON ISBl.TLh. Ity doefnr says It acta irentlr on tho etimiarh. li.er LAHE'SMEBIGME 1 4 rajoMii vSWBnli u mwmimiKVMm Agents Wanted! J! pmYrTlLC OINTMENT: . I I'mU-- 111 J 1 P J a ms93m fcSEEfcfc. CARSON & CVS A MAM MOTH DRYGOODS PRZNG OF X-.-A.T- flRDH r,r -i IE 1TOVBLTIES! BIG HiIUNTES I3TGoods, Staple and Fancy NEW. - More New and Attractive Goods Than ever Shown in Hartford Before. Gents' Fine Clothing, Elegant Dress Groceries, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes for Everybody, Furniture, of all Kinds, Staples in Dry Goods, Notions and General Supplies. NO OLD. STOCK-EVERYT- HING W4e POLITE ATTENTION-LOW- EST PRICES. AS EBI ER! American; placed 011 the form by a Niiniln.v nil (I i'hiirrlirt. add nothing to the welfare of tho com METHODIST. Mexican and printed by an Italian? munity. It is true they are producers C Opening Services by SuperintendThat an English paper offered a and consumers in a sense. They use That the jonquils are due? PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. ent. Opening hymn, No. 910. Prayraw material and produce a finished, That "Tobe" Thomas is a dandy? prize for the best definition of money. er by Rev. J. R. McAfee. This one secured it: "An article product. Their raw material is virWhat W. Q. Gresham's politics is? Editor and Proprlttor. Officers and teachers present, 11; JO. B. ROGER, which may be used as a unituous manhood, the finished prod That Dr. Miller has a new horse? versal passport to everywhere except absent, 5; scholars present, 70; abuct is a ruined life. We do not need FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. That the Rr.runucAN is growing? heaven, and as a universal provider sent, 32; total number persons presanv such manufacturing establish ent, 72. That 1,011 Render wants a tennis of everything except happiness?" We prefer the Home Rule is gaining ground in ment in our midst. Cash on hand, $5.83; collections, set? A teondtrful ttcnt. That at a Church "hugging bee" raw material in this instance to the Britain. Soc; total, $0.63. In such ri state of civilization as ours, That Henry Nail is looking for a in Alabama the other day, u man Vote against finished product. Miss Sallic Quisenberry visitor in w lioro merit Is sure to bo acknowledged, Vhile blindfolded, hugged his own girl? Covington had a (400,000 fire whisky. Prof Riugo's class, which was heard Is it n wonder tho factory nt Dr. Sunday morning. That the Beaver D.un school has a wife and when the fact was made by Miss Mamie' Bennett in his ab- Tenner Is worked to its fullest capacity School, known to him he got mad and demanto siipplv tho incillrhics that are railed, fine choir? sence. The school at Abbieville taught by The State Senate is without a quo-- , ded his money back. And the wife after such acknowledgements as tho That Lee Stevens parts his hair in Henry Carson's name was refollowing cotno to lo known: Win. Miss Mallic Ferguson, closed with an demanded double rates for the ' part rum about half the time. stored to roll after a long nbsencc. I'arquny, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: schoolliQitse, last the middle? exhibition at the she played iu the transaction? E. V. Milligau was a visitor in Prof. " Dr. IVnntfr's Kidney and llnrknclio dosn't prohibit, why Friday night. The following is the everybody loves flattery in That If Prohibition I Cure hns cured n man hero with kidney I.ytle's class. some form or other. are whiskeyites opposed to it? Ciirilol Tliniila. program: and Madder dUenso whom tho best School physicians had given up. Ho is now Closing hymn, No. S;4. Mar. 5. I hereby extend my many That marriage is a failure in the Salutatory Effie Katon.Recitation, Ix was a cold day Saturday for "Colored Philosophy" Win. Hinton. case of our bachelors? thanks to the young people of the dismissed by repeating Lord's Prayer we'll and sound. It is regarded here as u most wonderful event. UN medicines Cleveland to be inaugurated, but still Recitation, "Grace and Dolly" Het-ti- e in concert. That Jim Polk Thompson is just as Pleasant Hill neighborhood for the are nil Rood and (,'ivo frreat satisfacPrayer-meetin- g well attended on for the Nation. colder ten dollars they gave me without any Recitation, "Kentucky goodlooking as ever? Vance. tion." Equally certain in female disShort discourse eases, rheumatism, blood diseases, Recita-tatiosolicitation on my part at the close of Wednesday night. Guy Rowan. Philosophy" That M. B. Foster is teaching a our meeting with these words: "We delivered by the pastor. headaches, dropsy, heart disease, etc. The Democratic party has full conChildren" Pearl writing school at Concord? "Mother's Guaranteed to satisfy or money retrol of the Nation's affairs. May the Turner. give you this with our well wishes 1IA1TIST. Recitation, "Just I,azy" funded. Take homo a bottls is making n big for the appreciation and love we have That Princeton Lord have mercy on us! The questions given out the Sunmt Rowan Cox. fight on the blind tiger? (iriuli'il 011 ll'irlh. for you and we hope to meet you in day before were the source of considDialogue "Marriage." Recitation, Jas. M. Brooks, Washington Ave, Our roads are almost impassible "Almost a Man" Willie Vance. RecThat it is easier to get into debt Heaven." May God's spirit lead erable interest on the part of the MKHTri AM DAILY St. Louis, Mo., makes affidavit that on account of mud. O, for a Legisthan it is to get out? these dear joung people, with their school. ' 'Entertaining Sister's Beau' ' itation , he suffered fioui Rheumatism for lature that would pass & Road Law! Flaudia G. II. Likens gave a very instructTableau "Better ?.i-s-- 26 That everybody should take his dear parents and family, in the path Porter. of peace to the sweet bye aud bye is ive talk on the observance of the Sab- years, unti persuaded to try Drum- an old Man's Darling than a Young county paper and pay for it? mond s Lightning Remedy, and that An appropriation of $65,000 was Man's Slave." bath. That if the tongue could kill not the prayer of your set vaiit. by its use he has leen fully restored, the Rurasey Locks in the 'secured for R. F. Romans. Miss Laura Reudci responds next Dialogue, "The Widows Mistake." many would die of old age? lie says the remedy is the greatest on closing hours of tho last session of Recitation, "The Famine" Florence Sunday. TO ALL. C. Riley paid the fakirs a That J. earth. This is high praise, but fully ici:ri.i.v. By request Dr. Coleman will give Congress. Rowan. Recitation, "Spring" Alex. quarter for an envelope box. Mar. 4 Talking of blizards, a .statement of the peculiarities of warranted by other miraculous cures. Por ter. Recitation , "Kentucky Belle' ' of John C. North pole and dynamite, there is Baptist Faith and Practice, in his If your druggist ha not got Drum-moudThat a Harrison arrived Eva Turner.Recitation, "Bald-heade- d nothing that can be compared to the sermon at o'clocck Sunday. Calhoun has gone on the stage? Lightning Remedy, write diat his home at Indianapolis Monday Man" Talley Carson. rect to the Druniuiond Medicine Co., That the catapult is now a very Arctic climate prevailing heie at this Tableau, "Bluebeard." Recitation, and was tendered an ovation. Thous l'KIUIVTI'.lUAN. time. I.nst night the mercury coolly Maiden Iane, New York. weapon in Hartford? ands of citizens turned out to do him Coquette Punised Una Turner. Rec- popular street Rev. J. C. Buchanan preached an ALIKE. dropped down to we know not where Agents wanted. 32 2t That life is tough at hist, but it is itation, "Dot Baby of Mem" Orion Arhonor. as we didn't have any thermometer, able .sermon on "The Christian nijjht Cox. Recitation, "Grattan's Reply to intolerable in connection with mud. , .VlllllT. and could only judge the tempera- mor." His sermon on Sunday farm-han- d ATTENTION in Mr.Corry" Randall Rowan. Bon Barrett, negro The spring session of Rosine High SPECIAL That the man who picks his own ture by the chilly sensation that pass- was especially for the benefit of the "Boys and Girls." "Dialogue" School begins Monday, March 13th. young men. Henderson county, was killed by four ed down our spine, but, we think it Given to the Traveling For further inThe Sunday School is flourishing. Patronage solicited. brothers, uamed Massie, for a gallon Marplot. "Oration on Matrimony" That diamond has the most sparkle reached zero. Recitation. "Green but window glass does the mobt good? Una Turner. Public, formation call on or address of whisky. Two of tho four were ar(Jnlil I'roiiihiinx. Jo. II, Rogers, Hartford, attended Miss lir.i.i.H Wiiittingiiill, Mountain Justice" EfTie Katon. Recrested aud the other two escaped. To the Farmers. With the view That Dr. Ec Baird and Jim Smith the school exercises last night. Teacher. itation, "Spartacus to the Gladiators arc the champion moustache growers? of encouraging thetobacco crop, which W. M. Ilcfiin went to Centeitown Rosine, Ky. Hartford is full of patriotic Dem- at Capua" Herbert Hoover. Recitais the money staple of this county, That you should attend the play Sunday on business, returning MonLA ocrats, who are just now taxing them- tion, "The New School-house- " we have decided to offer a premium at Beaver Dam Saturday night.the 1 1? day. I.AIilK)' selves to the utmost to show Uncle Florence Rowan. Recitation, "The of ten dollars in cold for the best Kccdln;a tw!e. or children thst want building That little Sherman Green, of AbI.ouis Ashby, Ccntcrtown, bought ten pounds of Hurley tobacco, also, up, Sam that he cannot possibly run the Maniac" Eva Turner. nnmws ilinulil tnlr iiin.v iirrrniis. bieville, can say a speech like Cicero? a number of cattle in this neighborDialogue, "Courtship under Difffor the same sample It U plesMtit In take, runt Malnrls, Indigo the same amount Government without their services. Uon mi'l lllllousucu. All dealers keep It. ' 'Recitation, 'The Dutchman' s That there area few folks in the hood Wednesday. of Red Pryor tobacco, grown in Ohio Go in, boys, make tho most of this iculties. Tableau, world who are almost as smart as you Serenade" Orion Cox. While running logs last week.Buell county in the year of 1893, and with four years. "Trial of Joan of Arc". Pantomine are? Ross, in a state of the aid of the "Homestead Tobacco Speech "Buck" Hinton. That both Beaver Dam aud Rock-po- took a sudden plunge into 20 feet Grower." The samples to be exhib had uo young men, if If Hartford Miss Mallie has taught a splendid are thinking of establishing graof water. Some tall splashing and a ited at our store after maturity and it hod no boys, if it had uo women, if school, giving entire satisfaction and ded schools? profusion of dark profanity was all curing of the crop. The time to be Mr?. P. Harris, It. L. llritlou and it had no school, if it had no this entertainment is a fitting close to That' cvei man who voted for that betrayed his emotional feelings. made known through the county pa- T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Props. ing people, if it had no churches, if a five month's cood work. She is Cleveland thinks he is n better DemoMr. Mica whisk. pers. That the quality and quantity it bad no inhabitants save confirm- spoken of for the next term. The only modernly built Theater crat than Grcsham? of this crop can be advanced, per ed drunkards the argument for sain tho city. m haps 50, or even 100 hundred per r.wr.oK .iiimm. That if the ladies will wear hoop-skirt- s loons would even then be scarcely s A. C. Rowan and family, of AbbieThe only Theater playing Mar. 4. Bill Baltzell aud E.D.Dill-ma- n cent, by the judicious use of the the gentlemen should retaliate the shade of a shadow. ville, will please accept our grateful attractions at popular prices. made n flying trip to Central "Homestead" is unquestionable, ? by wearing thanks for their hospitable entertainSituated on West side of 4th nvc., City to sell their mules, but didn't as will be attested by numbers of That every town and neighborhood succeed, There will be no extra session of ment while with them recently. our best fanners, who have for years between Walnut anil Green. As mm in the county has been .well representmt Congress notwithstanding that the Prices 50c, 2."e, lfic and 10c. Dick Tillford, of Beaver Dam, was been using it. We take pleasure in NUM'IIUII HI'HI.(JS. ed in Hartford this week? Bill, that measure so McKinley Nice referring the public to Alex. Wright, in town last Saturday night. Mar. 8, I notice in your last issue That if you undertake to prove roundly abused by the Democrats is Robert Plummcr, J. Hani Miller, that one "Pro Bono Publico"says that that there is no hell every mean Miss Nora Martin is the guest of still in operation. If it is such an in- Henry I,. Thomas, Day George II. Barnes, Lavega W. Hocker, the principal in- man will throw up his hat? Miss Eva Ilalt.ell this week. famous measure as the Democrats stigator of the Catholic Church near First-clas- s Rev. Mitchell preached at our J. Wilson Rowc, Alfred Ashby, Jnp. That the girl who looks nt you claim it is they owe it to the peo this place, wanted to sell out and P. Foster, Jo. Foster & Bro., A. C. place Saturday night and Sunday. UmIgF ple to repeal it at once. It was only move away as the church was too from under the left corner of her hat Ellis and many others too numerous A son was bom to the wife of is looking for a sweetheart? Democratic misrepresentation, that close to him. is very evident to evto mention. It The falsity of his iVui That if you have the wrong kind of Dave Maitlaud Sunday morning. ery observant farmer that a good feris all, statement begins with characterizing We have a lot of sickness here. tilizer is needed for tobacco, because religion on the streets you don't have us. me as the principal instigator. While Thomas Hunter has been very .sick the virgin soil has been exhausted and The Hancock Clarion is the latest I aided in the building of the church, the right kind in church? newspaper venture at HawesvUle, the distinction of instigator, if it be That blue eyes love black and black and has gone home. We hope he the supply of barnyard manures is limited, therefore the tobacco crop & Hancock county. It hasu't very a distinction, belongs entirely to my eyes love blue, that mad. mothers will soon recover. and-NMiss Eva Baltzell returned home must be abandoned or n fertilizer subcttinJ. riiw1 triccne 1r tnn I hat I have at any time exgood politics, but from the appear- son. Miss Mag- stituted. We heartily believe that a of the vacuum in your from Ilortou last week. ance of their first issue, its editors, pressed myself as desiring to leave That the size Statement of the Condition Mastin & Sterrette, arc awake to the community of the church is cranium is measured by the amount gie I.yon, Fordsvillc, is visiting Miss true tobacco fertilizer is found iu the Eva Baltzell at Taylor Mines. ok thi: "Homestead" and that the producing aud unqualifiedly false, aud of giggling you do in church? the interests of Hawesvillo and HanForest Martin, of Beaver Dam, is of a superior article of tobacco is the was written for the purpose of ridicock county, and should have tho That A. I. Morton has been a subcrop for small farmers', hearty support of the good pcoplo of cule. scriber to every paper published in visiting his grandmother at Taylor best paying N OF because on a few acres of land more Mines. B. II. We will grant "Pro Bono Publico" the county since his boyhood? that county, regardless of politics. dollars can be made in tobacco than the privilege of blowing his own At the t'loxo ol HiinIik-hm- , Jan. That Jockey Street was crowded miry 7, !N:i. any other crop. We hope to get the children as much as he chooses, as iniiiii:.Msiiii. who favor ProhiThe Christians Monday and Tuesday, aud many thinMar. 5. Burning tobacco beds, attention of the good farmers to this deed he devotes the greater part of bition have had two prayermeetiugs, changed sowing oats, etc., seems to be the orly clad equine skeletons UBSOUnOES. MtUXIlV.VKHS, or thfi I.iaVdR matter, believing that it will be to his letter to this purpose, hut I shall lI.ilUT t'n roil nt Home lii Toiilliiy at which they nsked God to avert the hands? 870,01 1. 82 der of the day. the material interest of ourselves and Bills discounted retain the privilege of advertising my liy iiilniliilNicrliitr nr, lliilnr' Real estate 3,000.00 danger which threatens the town in That one of the oldest men in the be rememfor it must farm when I choose to do so. John Gregory moved into his new them, golden Nprcilic, Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 II ran Ikj glroft'ln g!.i"n tho way of the proposed open salocns. of n cup of cofro bered that the tobacco crop has grown liouds and Bunk Stock . . 1,1! 11.(17 In order to, continue the falsity of county is Old Uncle ITiiis Tinnlcy, house a few weeks ago. or lei, or In loiM, without tlm knowlclgo of the It is now in order for the saloonists .statements in his letter he says M. L. a highly respected colored citizen of Miss Elizabeth Royal, Deanefield, to enormous proportions the mutual Debts in suit 743.M lultlcllt, ItUnlMOllltelv Imrmlroa. nn.l u,ll to have a prayermceting in tho iu We invite Cash on bund product, $400,000,000. , Axton lost n fine colt from some the Beda neighborhood? 14,117.78, ' I'frmanont nn.t .pee.ly cure, whether tho pa. is visiting relatives at this place. terest of their cause. Imagine if you strange disease; making the impresalcoholic wreck. 17,'280.08 tit nt Is h That Jim Thomas has been shavfarmers to call on us and we will be Cash in other Hanks Mrs. Sarah T.unllcu spent Saturday Ith.uliecnKlveiilnnthouiiaiiil ciw., nn.l In can a mau asking God to help him sion, of course.that the colt was dead. ing for three mouths, but not the pleased to talk with them on this subeao perfect cure Ian followed- - It and Sunday with Mrs. Mary Koyal. $108,305.49 nil". Tho sjalein one Impregnated with nerer establish a saloon. Bah! ject. We will furnish in small quanMr. Axton had a sick colt, it is true, remotest resemblance of a moustache th npfcluV, It A. P. and C. A, Kelley have gone an utter iuiponIbIllty for tho LIABILITIES. tities for plant beds or gardens or in but it is improving rapidly, so says had put in its appearance at time of to exM. Cures li.pioruppoiU unnrnteed. 48 into the mercantile business nt Deane- as large quantities ns may be ordered, Capital stock According to expectation a pe- Albert Harrison, who now owns the going to press? 830,000.00 pK liook of particulars frco. Address thoOOLD. field. tition signed by E, W. Taylor and colt. Deposits 72,480,85 ENl'i:IW CO. 181 H.l'ui; Ntrect t'mcln. Resp'y, Call on, or address, That if you travel in March aud ex. 'UivHleiHlB unpaid Mrs. Lucy Rcid contemplates pay1,144.00 nattl, Ohio others was presented to the County H. I,. Thomas. Hocker & Co. pect to keep pace with the weather Duo other Banks 4.30 Court Monday, and au election orderBeaver Dam, Ky. you should take with .you au overcoat, ing her relatives near Select n visit in Discount and Exchange. 413,01 . Harris, Jo Heed Wanted. ed for May 2d, at which timo the a duster, a pair of overshoes, an um- n few weeks. Undivided Profits 4,340.73 A good reliable man with team to Notice! will vote whether or not thoy Mrs. Nancy Brandon and Mrs. Vio-l- a peopje Twenty-fiv- e or thir- brella, a rubber coat and a fan? crop on shares. I nil knot bo responsible for any the present ty acres of first-claWestcrfield spent Tuesday with will sustain or repudiate 8108,305.49 That a California paper makes a land near Owens-borBAHUERS. Prohibition law. Tho duty of every mention of the birth a child born of Mrs. I.ucy Reid, ami Mrs. Giutdia trades .of my eon, William E. Davis, Apply at References. Ky. A dividend of 84,00 per eliuro is Wo need no sacitizen is plain. The notice was Royal, Morris Royal and wife visited and I hereby set hi'm free, to euo and German parents. McCnr-ty- , this office or address C. F. now duo aud payable on demand, Opposite Sulzer und near Cloverport Gregory and family Sunday, be sued. J. W. Davis. loons. They would be detrimental P. O. Box, No. 53, Owensboro, written by n Dane; set up in tyjx; by John Hotol, Cloverport, Ky. 6. K. Cox, President, 4t Feb. 6, '03. a Mormon j the proof was read by an Isahrma. the best interests of our town. They Kentucky. to 31 tf Hartford Republican DO YOU KNOW FA ST i LINE r . n, to-da- CASEBIER'S 'BUS I OINTE3 :.. PRICE grand-daught- 's 1 1 VU mm 48-5- 0 absent-mindednes- s, Harris Theater, rt LOUISVILLE, KY. law-abi- di first-clas- hoop-shirts- Apple Trees. apple treoi at the Beaver Dan: s'jry, for 10c a piece. Call on Respectfully, Chick Co. T ui Call on us for hauling good saddle horse, Spring wagons and teams, Easy rides to B.Dum, Buggy horses and harness. In lact you can get Everything promptly and Right low in prices, we always have rigs for hire or night for Both rich and poor, all circumstances. Hough or grod roads Travel is all the same On our Line extra charge for baggage. A o i mm. .... .. y & K HARRIS & REED, ss o, i i Mi KEEP AN EYE OUT ' Tobacco canvas cheap & Co. at Kahn's. this week. PERSONAL Cecil Roark, Greenville, is in town llest tobacco cotton at Fair Bros Men's latest btyle hats at Fair Bros. & Co. k ire fresh f Perfumes, ToiletIJrags, Articles R espy, V us Tuesday. W. R. Jones, Fordsvillc, called on New spring clothing for everybody us yesterday. at Kahn's. T. Morton, Cromwell, called to see BSTYOU WILL FIND THIS 1'LACK FOR IT WflF.N YOU SF.F. OUR-- a For cheapest dry goods and dress us yesterday. goods try Kahn. Samuel Rowe, Taylor Mines, called Hats for men and bojs, cheapest in to see us Monday. America, at Kahn's. A. B. Stanley, Rochester, called to For the latest styles in dress groods see. us yesterday. Mrs. E. D. Gufiy is visiting in sec Fair Bros. & Co. Rosinc this week. I,. Field's is the place to have C. Herbert Sanders, of Owensboro, is your horse cared for. in town this week. Seasonable Stock Lacks Nothing but Buyers. They will Conic. Our Boys suits for less than wholesale J. B. McDaniel, Olaton, was a pleas ant caller Tuesday. They will be Satisfied. They will Huy nt prices at Fir Bros, fi Co. ' I,ook out lor O. I.. Field's new J. L. Miller is quite sick at his home on Union Street. Buggies Car load coming. G.A.Neel.Whitcsville, was in town Ginghams and prints are the same Saturday on business. old prices at Fair Bros. & Co. Jo. F. Barnes, one of the Petit JuryWhile at court visit Kahn's Trade men, called on us yesterday. S. L. Phillipps, Etuaville, was a Palace and get what you need. pleasant caller Wednesday. In table linens, toweling and towVisitors are not asked to BKLIKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE W. N. Stevens, Kinderhook, reels, Kahn beats them all alike. turned from Evansville Friday. them that we are Leading the Trade in Will Rhoads, Greenville, spent J. I). Edmonson, of Kahn's Trade Palace, is making many friends here. Sunday and Monday in town. Luther E. King, Robards, is visiThe only place to get what you ting friends in and near town. want in clothing is at Fair Bros. & Geo. W. Wilson, Rosinc, made our Co. office a pleasant cali Wednesday. Spring campaign has begun with W. R. Stevens, No Creek, made HATS, CAPS, FCJRNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. Fair Bros. & Co. They will not be our office a pleasant call yesterday. ' undersold. Rev. Robeit W. Browdcr, was in town the first of the All orders for hauling and everywish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season If yon thing in livery promptly filled at Case-bie- r week. -- AJNTID James Ashley, Beda, spent Sunday &"Burton's stable. in town the guest of his son, W. C. If you wish to sec the very best in standard styles and reliable makes Young men, if you want a stylish Ashley. new spring suit, go to Kahn's R. H. Austin, one of Beaver Dam's Clothing House. popular blacksmiths, called to see us Tuesday. Try a pair of Fair Bro. &Co.'s 1893 Judge L. P. Little and Attorney R, fine shoes, equal in quality to a $2.00 II. Todd, Owensboro, attended Court shoe our price is $1.50. this week. The Grand Jury faile 1 to return an Robert Vaught, Burnt Prairie, indictment against D. C. Gammons 111., is visiting his brother, Johnny Vaught, of the Herald force. stitutions for? for the killing of Hod Barnes. J. D. Chapman, who has been spendCollege lIiiiicnltiKi. When you are in town next week ing some time heie, left Saturday for Q-OOZD-S. Us. D It has been quite a while since the attending Circuit Court stop with F. his home in St. Louis, Mo. public has heaid from us through the M. Westerfield at the Hartford House. Misses Sara Collins and Sallie paper, therefore, we thought we peoMiss Annie Hawkins leaves to- Coleman will leave Monday for Louis- would write a few notes this week. Goods "Honest Quality." Truth brands our ville, Cincinnati and New York. morrow for Utica, Daviess county, work in Fashion pronounces them "Correct Styles." Miss Fannie Casebier returned Never has there been better where she will teach a spring school. home Sunday nflcr a pleasant visit to any school than is being done in Economy recommends our "Low Prices. Why do people go to C. I, Field's friends and relatives near Rockport. Hartford College at present, both MRS. ALICE BARNARD. to have their horses cared for? BeJudge Johnson and J. II. Miller, teachers and students arc thoroughly cause they know that they will get two of Calhoon's prominent lawyers, interested and arc bringing their attended Court the first of the week. work up to the highest standard. If you want to enjoy the FULL PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR good treatment. We have been honored with quite- a Miss Belle Whittinghill, Rosine, DOLLAR spend it with want one in every townTI? A T T?DC! Don't fail to hear Losey. Speaking who has been visiting relatives in number of visitors the past week. tohandle the ,to begin at 7:30 o'clock. Reserved Erin, Tenn., returned home Monday. Misses Annie Renfrew, Sulphur Bell & Co.'s seat tickets at Williams, M. M. Kahn, proprietor of Kahn's Springs, and Eva Morton, City, atdrug stoic. Clothing House, went to Louisville tended General Exercises last Friday night. You will never miss the water 'till Wednesday and returned last A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Prinmorning. PROPRIETORS OK Sulphur Miss Annie Renfrew, the well runs dry, and your horse will Monday morning, Misses Sue Yeis-e- r, ciple. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is was the guest of her aunt, never miss a feed it you leave him Springs, II. Moore, Sallie Coleman, Laura Render, A child can operate it. not mussy or sloppy. Mrs. W. the first of the with Casebier & Burton. Adah Baird.City, and Will H.Rhoads, week. Sells at sight. Send for prices and discounts. Circuit Court convened Monday T. C. Pirtle, of Cromwell, traveling Greenville, were welcome visitors at TZ3 29 Murray St., NEW YORK. with W. T. Owen, presiding Judge; salesman for Ingalls & Co., Louis- General Exercises. J. Ham Barnes, who has been at J. E. Rowc, Commonwealth's Attor ville, was in the city the first of the week. home for several weeks attending a ney, and G. B. Likens, Clcik. George Will Bennett, a former res- sick brother, has returned to school Lost I.ast Tuesday week, n red ident of No Creek, but now of and resumed his studies. and white spotted bird dog, wearing a Owensboro, was in town the first of The two Literary Societies are flourcollar and answers to the name of the week. ishing, and interest in their work inJ. II. B. Carson, of the firm of Car- creases at each meeting. "Leek." Return to Hartford House son & Co., goes Monday to Louisville, liberally rewarded. and be Dr. Alexander's class in Psychology Cincinnati and the East to lay in a is doing fine work. Their discussions We are glad to welcome back to stock for the Spring trade. our midst, I). L. Smith and family. Miss Sallie Coleman, one of Ohio arc interesting indeed. The little folks of our school are Mr. Smith has been in the Revenue county's most efficient teachers and service the past four years and has who has just closed a very successful doing fine work. Their interest does returned home not flag in the least but increases as now moved back to his farm in the school at vEtnaville, Saturday. new work presents itself. Washington neighborhood. . Mrs. C. R. Martin, who has been Miss Verda Duke attended General Circuit Court began Monday and quite sick for several month's past, We Exercises Thursday morning. there have been large crowds in town we are sorry to say, is no better, but hopes are entertained that she may are always glad to have visitors and most all the week. Our business would be glad if the citizens of our Keeps constantly on hand a full line of men generally have done a large bus- soon be much improved in health." town would come to see usoftener. iness, as many of our farmers have FOBDHVIM.E. Trustee and Pntrom. been purchasing their spring supplies. Three miles and a half south o I will be at the following places at The following is a list of the Grand Fordsvillc, where the-- extension of the times given to settle questions con& B. DRIVER, Manager. Jurymen: W. I. Rowe, Foreman; A. O. & T. R. R. crosses Silver Mine cerning Opposite City Scales. the boundaries of the School Repairing and L. Chick, D. B. Trout, A. P. Maddox, Ridge, the water shed between Rough "We do" work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. River and Adam's Fork, is found Districts, named: Rockpoit; Districts C. W. Butler, Noble, Bean, Ben NewBUGGIES FROM $35 UP. epaiotiug donepromptly . Give us a call. the deepest cut on the whole route. Nos. 82, 16 and Si, Friday, March 24, .list receieved a large line of Oils, Paints, Varnishes. Call to sec my stock. ton, A. L. Stevens, D. M. Park, It is a cut through dirt, rock and at 9 o'clock. Number Nineteen; DisLawrence Stevens, Frank Cooper and Frislate, three hundred yards long and tricts, Nos. 19, Si, 99 and ioi, E. L. Sullenger. forty-tw- o feet deep. Thomson & day, March 24, at 1 o'clock p. m. Our young friend, Prof. S. C. Stev Shaver, the contractors for the entire Number Eight) Districts Nos. 70, 99, ens, of Beaver Dam, has accepted a construction of the entire road, took 84 and 22, Saturday, March 25, at 10 position as salesman for the H. New Baymus; Districts direct charge of this section making o'clock. Library Company, Des Moines, Nos. 73 and 7, Monday, Mach 27, at 10 This this place their headquarters. Immense line of evei thing at Fair Iowa, with Western Kentucky as his work is being performed by negroes o'clock. Gentry Schoolhouse; Disterritory. Steve is one of Ohio coun- and mules brought here by tlie con- tricts Nos. 35, 102, 44 and 73, MonBros. & Co. e men and we wish him tractors. The substance taken from day, March 27, at 1 o'clock p. m. ty's "Bud" Gentry, of Cromwell, will abundant success. the cut is utilized in making a fill Panther Creek Church; Districts Nos. our thanks for fcrtjLmiiimifciJy" tfjufcAKm accept during a recent kindnesstorenHaden Porter, of Cromwell, was below the cut, which is almost as 24, 43 and 76, Wednesday, March 29, his visit dercd at 9 o'clock. Deanefield; Districts Nos. drowned at Evansville on Wednesday giant like as the cut itself. pleasant little city. TKA1NB I.KAVK BEAVKK DAM. night of last week. He was employed Dirt was broke on this section last 76 and 80, Thursday, March 30, at 9 OOINO WEST. TRAINS Remember that Frederick D. Loscy as night watchman on a lumber boat, September and the work has been o'clock. 12.10 r. H. No. 6. Mall and Kzprrti -- 11:30 r. M. No. T, UmtWi Exprcs will be at the Court House Monday and in making his rounds lost his pushed day ant night ever since and Trustees and patrons are requested TRAINS GOINO EAST. night, March 13, He is a fine elocu- balance and fell overboard, drowning it will likely be the first of May be- to be present promptly at the hour Ml r. h. No. 0, Mall and Exprms Resp'y, given. - i " tionist and it will be a great treat. No. , Limited Exprr v before help could, reach him. His fore it is completed. Jo. B. Rooims, Supt. I below the cut, in the bottoms The fakir was here in great shape brothers, J. M. and Hcrschcl Porter, Just FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. 1 Monday and Tuesday, gulling the learned of Iris death Friday, and the is the commissary, a kitchen, a feed ladies and gentlemen of Beaver The people out of their hard earned cash. former'went at once to Evansville and stable, a managers office, a powder Dam will present a play entitled, Buy your Shoes at Schapmirc's. He ought to have been taxed out of instituted search for the body but house, mule shed, a blacksmith shop "Among the Breakers," at the school ' without success. Mr. Porter returned and a number of shanties, in which hall Saturday night, March n, for Bring your Produce to Carson &Co. town. Haden was a worthy the negioes live. These go to make the benefit of the Masonic Hall. All on Monday. See the nice Shoes at Schapmire's. Special prayer services were held at young man and it is sad to know he ;tp a rude imitation of a village or I who heard their play "The Last Loaf ' Bargains in Clothing at Carson & the Methodist Church Wednesday has been taken from the world just in might say, a fair specimen of a colonight and at the Baptist Church last the beginning of his usefulness. The nial town. These shacks are built, a year ago realized there was4io little Co. , , prenight in the interest of the opposition family have the sympathy of the some of logs, some of lumber and oth- theatrical talent in the troupe Go to Williams Bell & Co. for jiicc senting it, and a treat is no doubt in to open saloons. ers of rails, with low doors and roofs .store for the public. Admission 25c. whole people. Teas. scarcely high enough for a man to and opened-Mr. D, E. Thomas has 15c. Doors open at 6:30,5 U.MO.V. Go to Williams Bell & Co. for pure under and low chimMr. new grocery in the Red Front. Mar. 7. Mrs. C. W. Stevens is on stand straight Drugs. Touched ihe Heart. neys, usually topped off with an oil Thomas is one of our most successful the sick list.of bronchial trouble. When the heart is affected by Rheu Go to Williams Bell & Co. for business men and we wish him sucbarrel. Powder cans serve for chairs Road Carts, Owensboro WagoM matism, or any of the muscles near Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Wayne Paxton has La grippe. White Lead. and as for beds well, straw is out of cess in his new venture. organ, it is like tampering with Saddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times.-- l Mrs. C. T. Barnard has inflamato-r- y the question. A few of these negroes that an electric wire, for death may come Hear Loscy at the Court House The Alexander Sunday School, rheumatism. have their wives with them and they at any moment. If life is worth it.go next Monday night. . which has been in winter quarters for Miss Elfic Chapman, Avho has had are able to board themselves, but the to the druggist and get Drummond's past few months, 'will the majority of them get their meals at Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, tonsilitis is out again. You will be treated right if you Everybody next Sunday afternoon. trade with'Carson & Co. Bettie Williams spent lost the kitchen. The bill of fare and the or send to the Drummond Medicine Mrs is invited to attend and take patt. Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York, week with her brother, Ellis Chap- manner of serving it is absolutely too and they will send you a large bottle d Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handle, Ii it possible a Top Buggy with you are in need of a new hat, see If bad for description. ciuick as Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price t The students at the College are at man. bv exnress. It is not as .'..-MCarson & Co's new stock. ji ...111 save juuir. nc if These negroes, as I said at first, were electricity, uui 11 win u work on the display for the Kentucky Thomas Chick has moved on the All Black farm, which he has purchased brought here by the contractors, who you take it in tunc. Agents wanted Born, to the wife of W. II. Mnuzy, Exhibit at the World's Fair. paid their transportation, which left on the 4th inst., a fine girl. schools that have work for the Educa- from Jo. Reid. IIARKETrN FKHRY. each one of them about fifteen dollars will send it in to this sow-in- g March 5. Miss Fannie Blacklock tional Exhibit Farmers have about finished Don't fail to see our new stock of office by Saturday, March 18th. in debt to the company at the beginis very sick. Miss Ida Harl is better oats and plant beds and arc breakCauson & Co. Clothing. ning. They are allowed one dollar after a long illness. ing corn ground. and twenty five cente a day for From what we can learn the ConMC A. C. Stevens was gardening last We will pay the highest market The train comes to Davidson Statractors on the new railroad have intheir labor and are charged forty five price for all kinds of country Produce. Thursday and his garden was snowed now. The road will be completcents a day for their meals, paid off tion stituted a system of tyrany over S, B. F. Saturday. Carson & Co. iu a month or so. before pay day, as necessity demands, ed their work hands unparalleled in the under Uncle Pink Petty died on the 5th. in checks good only for merchanMissSudie Anderson, of Kinder-hoo- history of our country. They have Iou..KnmninKe. comMarried at the residence of Steve dise in the commissary, where such He was an old citizen in this will open a spring school at the by their atrocious greed, won the conmunity. He was 81 years old. Taylor Schoolhouse, No. 40, on the demnation of the good people along Westerfield, near Beaver Dam, yester- high prices are charged in fact two Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Address The protracted meeting, conducted first Monday in April. She is an en- the line of the road and deserve the day, Geo. W. Pool to Miss Catherine prices, that many find it hard to get even with the company and all find bv Revs. Winkler and Richey, is pro- SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. Rev. G. J. Bean officiatergetic young lady and we wish her rigorous enforcement of the law Rummage. OHIO, U. , A. Kkaut. it very hard to keep even with them. I gressing slow. ing. against them. much success. CINCINNATI. FOR - BARGAINS! D. W. Gray, Fordsvifle, called on SPRING DISPLAY OF Quality and Elegaxicel ffae fairest .frizes gver Ja4e FOR SUCH QUALITIES! $ ! $Mfo flying, COME COME jfo. fyw Eliza-bethtow- n, SII3E5 T7S. JL.TVID SE3E3 XJS. Fa-mo- MJi,IF YOU WANTv. Value for your Money Come and Sec A great many have ten, twenty or even thirty dollars of these checks, which the managers refuse to cash and even refuse some work until AND-IPthey spend what they already have. This is to insure them against having to pay the negroes money on the next pay day. A description of the treatment of these poor ignorant laborers would only recall a memory of the cruel slavery days. For some time back, as is the case at this season of the year, the works are very muddy and the negroes arc very poorly shod, really some of them have no TUITION FOR TERM OF TEN WEEKS. shoes at all, working half the time In Pi unary Department 83.75 nt night and being otherwise exposIu Intermediate Department ed, the result is, much sickness in fi.00 the camp. About half a mile from In High School Department . G.25 the works on the highest part of In Collegiate Department 7.50 Silver Mine Ridge, where the mornBoard iu private families from 2.00 to $2.25 per week. ing sun sheds its first rays of golden light, commanding a view far away to the South and East, is a lonely We have Courses of Study to suit all ami very decidedly guarantee satspot heretofore unnoticed, but now isfaction to all earnest students. Send for circulars for further information, watched by all passers and known to DORA E. GIBSON, Vice Pres. E. R. RAY, President; the country around as Carters Cut graveyard. Here four stones mark the last resting place of four negro men, three of whom died a natural death and the other was killed by a Commissary Clerk. Those negroes died as many others are living.under nothing short of the bonds of slavery. , Yet all this is carried on under this grand old Republic of ours that twenty seven years ago abolished slavery and established the truth that all men were created free and equal. Why are we put to the expense ofcourts and legislatures and what of are our coin Is for? I am not a lover of negroes as you might suppose, but I do love to see justice freely dealt to all, regardless of race, color or character and if regardslavery is to be less of law or principle, let we, who arc to bear the blame reap the benefit and not a set of tyranical railroad men. I ask again, what are Con- BEAVER DAM HI6H - SCHOOL - feachess' fraetieal Institute. BHaBHHBHaBHr SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN, 3193. CLOSING OUT. On accounnt of my health have decided to quit the I MILLINERY BUSINESS, And for the next SIXTY DAYS I goods, will offer my entire line consisting of everything kept in a business of this kind at cost, or I will sell it as a whole. Anyone desiring to engage in a profitable Business, of this kind, will do well to call and examine my stock. OX-I- All saleable. Thanking the ple who have liberally potronized Resp'y, me, I am, - FAIR BROS. AGENTS we JJijALlilUJ & CO. JACK FROST FREEZER. Hartford Temple of Fashion. S&JOSN Z. TAVLORfg MAKES ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS :? wjGOErorGhO-ISW.k- Hdiiaes, Stationery. JNO. X. TAYLOR Cromwell, Ky. I,, field. - - pveiy gtttMe, Par-mel- N.N.&M.V.R.R. -1,1, self-mad- IMS, VEHICLES, 1TP' CASTS. l"lli r""i" f3f v 48-5- $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silver-plate- .'!. !.. k, THE ... n& L.ixB.jf M.jmBuj.,',1. ujj luim..i u.o,ujtumuJuujj.u jJjmM l. y- - w.o-.q'.x..unTt .i I'iij.mu 'm.blia'm .1' Muuiuumiim of our own iiMi:iiiinoi(. ?S manifested on the part Pcb, :6. If the pretty weather concitizens, In order that nil may be WA 61 f tinues the fat mens will soon be busy bcncfitcdiTwc must furnish tiMiflicietit FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. When we .sowing oats. amount of employment. m W. X. Stevens, V. O, IlamcU and benefit others we arc benefiting ourIC. Dennett and Wilbur Tinslcy lea ARRAIGNED. selves. Whcrclis there a town more S. favorably situated than this? It is for IJvansville last week with several (CONTINUKIJ ON PROM FIRST PACK.) located in the heart ofn mining section rafts of logs. It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefiand is surrounded by fertile soil with Misses Ora Harnett, Mamie and performance, ami snap and snarl ntul an abundance of most valuable tim- Hertie Ward and Nina Dennett, No cial to you and your children. Such is Scclfs Emuhio). whine like "a stranger cur" at the ber. There is no town in the State Creek, spent Saturday night in this of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Ilypophos-phitc- s manner in' which your two immediate that is better watered and better sit- vicinity not long since. of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the predecessors performed their duty, uated for manufacturing purposes. Miss Gertrude Mills spent several children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps and Rough River furnishes a constant days last week visiting, friends in well OVKU T1IK CltAVli supply of running water throughout HOWL HHVNA-UKthem from taking cold and it will do the same for you Daviess county. of the lamented Mackburn as if to the year, and enough power is lost If madam rumor is right we will Scott'a Emulsion cures Coughs, drag his honored bones in the arena every year to drive ten times have a vedding to report next week. Colds, Consumption, Scrofula and in extenuation of your own delin- the amount of machinery that all Anaemic and Wasting' Diseases. Misses Georgia Hudson, Mabel quency. is now kept in operation by it. There Prcvcnti wasting In children. AN nuitt ns pnlntnlile n milk. Get only Shame on such petty exhibitions of is an abundance of coal within two Kimblcy and little Thomas, Hartford, the Rcntilnc. l'n'inrcd j Bcott A Unless discontinmalevolent spite! " Mill! - ' or three miles that is comparatively visited Miss Dertha Riley the night of Downs, Chora lute, Now York. Bold by Isifje Be.ST UUNDiTfSoAPinJhc World the exhibition at Alexander. ued you may yet enforce upon some unemployed, and it is no trouble to nil DrusglstA. Robt. K. Webb midwife, of near grand jury the unpleasant duty of secure plenty of stone suitable for presenting you as a common scold! building purposes. Hut how arc we Xewville, spent Satutdny night and Vonin. - sy mmmtWiXwi "Assume a virtue, if you have it not." going to put all this vast amount of Sunday visiting telatives in this 1.1)1 ISVIl.l.l CERS keep ,r-st. m4-:- .. ti:.. 11. it A Startling Ollbr. HKrAirtBANK&Co. lolJis. natural wealth in a condition to serve Tut on, if you can, at least ) . . Iniwilh, i;, UU'i .4 IU iiiNi The Hr.i'i'iit.uWN- - nml the .. Misses Nannie Kills and Mattie the purpose for which it was intendeiv .-.. rrir...i-..TUB SKMBLANCU OI' TRUK MANHOOD, .J.,,,-ed, it should be asked? We must Chinn, Deda, visited Mrs. A. C. Kills York Tribune both one ear for and, though there may lie within the seiii:ni'i.K in ijpkixt Nov. I. IS"1!. r -- ?''-c-5..:r;" -. ?; same petty passion which now disfig- first improve our county roads, and not long since. Nil .".I, -- . only $1.2..fc fcjr.ir'J...". "' in.!. place the town in easy connection IWlv WKH'liorXi'. Win. Ward nud family have moved ure you, put on "a swashing and a The lii.i'i'm.tUAN and TI10 Home l.r. I.milllc iiiiffliSS .. ... H .t KzJ 111. manly outside," that the people may with the N. X. & M. V. R. R., by to their new home on Xo Creek, where nftttFrTf.njfkttiffJSrntr Jj'i'M ?"SS5;t:T, ill! 1.1. :.nn". ... HI Yt Point building n pike to some convenient they will make their future Home. and Farm both one year for only rif.f riM?..M i. . fondly delude themselves with the Ilrimtniliuri;.,., VM7 ni -- :!,,, Virzwiffs1 . rt tt7h,.,., Irvlngtnn 0.1 H. III. hope that you are not altogether un- point on that road. A joint stock We regret losing them from our 81.25. wfAi ii, .' SlF'ln'iiport .., . i organized midst, but our loss be I'.il n. in. should j, . ,. worthy of the confidence they once company is Xb Creek's t )U.II. 1.1,1. The lii:i'i'iiMc.y nml the American and owing to the favorable condition gain. reposed in you. IUylllc II tin ni. inl'ip. IliVn.m. in .11 p. in l.i'lorl While the manner and the language and location of suitable materials, the The Alexander schoolhouse caught Tanner both one year for $1.25. ULja"."- -! , .'. . ' I'm (hii'n.lioro UiM l. 111. II II i). in in which I have replied to your com- work could be done at a very small fire one day last week and before it l:i'l p. in. 1' v, i, v' tf The HiU'iTiii.K'.vN nml Womankind !i i1 Siltillc . f Ar. Ilfii.UTi.on I:T. p ii. I.' i" . ni munication are entirely my own, it is cost. Then we must have Rough was discovered n good portion of the M kd J tL'l--u ." K 1 m ' 'vj:aw; both 0110 year for only $1.25. River put in a condition that it will roof had , Nr. W, X...M, my privilege to say that all the genburned and was caving In. ' RIST lUlUNt). lMI' lhill). be navigable during the yenr. With The teacher The KniTiir.icux ntul the Courier tlemen with whom I was especially and students succeeded I.v. IIin.1or'nn if A Tilftn. 1.1. lty. Ill these outlets we could afford to wait ' V y associated in the matter under disin getting the fire stopped. - , Sixtl-i- p - -17 p. The fire J01trn.il both one year for only $1.73. 1 7:i7.i.iii H ' 1U i n uti for the construction ofn railroad; ami is iiidit m-- rtiriNt r ? n m. I "' -Onuii'Hiro H v4,vrfrd i cussion authorize me to state, each !.!wa.j.':Jivr' supposed to have caught from the ni. ' The lii:i'rin.iCAN and the Cosmo' "iiin-t'if-- ' I.c liort 'I our chances are very good along that flue. 111. i"i. 'p. for himself as far as he was concern The patrons, in a district will, lTmtv.illlc 9 il H.I.I. i.m p.m ed in the transaction, that my presen- line. The Irvington branch will be endeavor to repair the loss at once politan both one year for only 83.00. UMit Clnicrport WKifeCfT-TA-l . .. This applies to both new subscribers MchrnHirt MJii 111. tation of the facts meets with their built through to Mndisonville and and as soon as the house Is in condi--- . II "in. 111. Irfnfi1oii.. will doubtless be extended from that fS., full concurrance. tion the school will continueas before. nml to renewal;. IlniinlfiiUirg .... . ::.np..n. ,wn It has not been to me a source of point through Providence and Sturgis Ifirt I'oint p. ni, t.n m. Miss Ada Patton spent Satuiday-nn- CoiikIiIiik I.piiiI-- . Ii to the Ohio River, which would make tun. Ar. I.ulilli 'oiiuni. I'"' p. in. i p. III. any pleasure to reply to the Sunday above llartfotd, the guest Kemp UtlHiiin ii- - uuMMMiiliat nne it a most valuable competing line. .T"Kln .o. Jit am .No. M make rrrme. Mnn nt WANTON AND UNPHOVOKKD ASSAULT . i ... o&Miss I.illte Darncs. i irf y.tr. v Vi " 5l Tli. i 'Vi'ri A Trip to TI10 World's I'iur, IrvliiBton (MttiiU) eveepteil) with trln m Irfiini.. i you have chosen to make on me and Throughout the county it would pass ir.3F.v " V :c?.03VEr?& On the morning of the 24th of Feb. tllle, ITitrllnlMiiv .1 UY-- t. tn It. t .,t ani . ' ', . : through a continuous bed of coal, iron and eountle? oilier attractive jircm my official associates. When you ene.t liiin.. Knr further IiiOh mnliort, wMn just as the sun had begun to cist its MUwvmi ii- II. .', MUIIMT, )en. IVr tered on the duties of your office I ore and limestone rock. Through 'i. beautiful rays over this broad land of iuius, Irom a doll to a wnteh, bicycle, 1. lU4tila, iy. McLean county it would intersect a earnestly desired the success of your ours, the Lord saw fit in his infinite ' organ oriille, are oilcred for a little administration in the interests of the fine belt of farming country together A. J. SLATON, T.I. D., wisdom to call from this world of pleasant work near home, bv the pub people of the Commonwealth; and, on with plenty of timber. In Hopkins, trouble, Mrs. Mary Jones, Jishers of WIDE A WAKI-5- . For full taking my leave of you, frankly and it would again intersect rich coal beds who died & after an illness of only two particulars, free, ntlrirp V. T. Kelsincerely tendered you my humble and at Providence it would pass Fonmr1y of MiIIhimmI, ww 'ort days of that dread disease, pneust I.ioh logg, Box 1.SS, Jlnjtnn, Jlas-s10 1m services to bid you in explaining fully through a very rich tobacco section. rtfl'l.otlori lni itrofWpmnn' it u to t!i She' leaves an aged father, monia. (Jrainn nnl vIjontnr iMtinttt. itrlirv in rei any matters connected with the late Again through Unoin it would tap iwo sisiers and two laughters to XII) TllO llKl'UHI.ICAX lm'e, (the lr. IUlfi trn rtv.i administration which might not be the finest wheat belt in the State, AND giving an outlet to the Ohio at both mourn their loss. Weep not, dear clear to your mind. It is due to you friends, she is only gone before to The Lcadiny Mepubiican Family Paper of the Unltetl States, Trib- to say that you expressed, at that ends of the line for all our varied guide you to that realm above where products. Hartford could natural time, your appreciation of this friendFor onhj .'.J-T- , Cnsli in, Jrfvaiice. i parting is no more. V'u sympathize 11110 1)01 ll 0110 VCJll CKNTRAL CKl'V, KY. ly proffer, and intimated your pur- then invite capital and ofier it all the with the family in this, their sad be- pose to avail yourself of it. Dut from inducements and advantages needed f?. R. PAX0N, POPRITOR. 011I3' Instead of shipping our raw timber, reavement, but can only say trust in that day to this you have never inlitis just been rejiaiud and newly God and all is well. vited information either from me or it could be worked up into furniture, .vr ro .u.titiiv. nio n no vor Daisv Dkanx hubs, spokes, boards and various Kivlal l.'tt. rn Irmii ifiitle moil mi. I Imlic from any of the gentlemen associated furnished. Located close to Depot. Givef nil tho tip of Town, t'oiinly ami Stato, ami as niiieli Xntinnnl offiilttironml liieiin. ir.Mn nil our tht. ooiintrj) with me on the subject matter of other ways, and put 011 the market Gootl meals or s ltrMirt luneli Givo new.. a any otlior paper of iu chus. Ynur lionio would In- - incompletr. ilo,JutenJ on.- tenri ui .m.l rivWu'it rop) of Vb,y let all Of school iih your communication. But, instead, cither North or South. district Xo. 25 for month tlio rlt'Kint initrluii'Piil pnr ralle.1 OrAMi it n trial. out it. llLuMom.Mliich mil urti.ril jon nmro honlilifui you began soon to give out intima- this wealth float by unheeded, to ending February 10, 1S93: 3a Edward Brackin 96, Chester Stev- eiijojinenttlunjuu Imr liul for innuj n il : t noli tions of your puqiose to make some Evansville and the South, when it numlirr rmit.iln- - luiii.iii.N of Utter' Irom )tun, . LIT . horrible revelations.intimations "that can be worked up here at a less cost? ens S;, Amos Peyton 90, Cecil Imlio nml Kftitlftiirn ntfrnm x; if IIi.to Is a in.in or nv lluuili'.il 1U ,.,d lc.r i ' cuiit.ilr.fi Is nX.itiuiiaI Fniuily Paper, nml jmvm till the gein'ral nrwof the U. S. roared so loud and thundered in the Our mill depends on another market Stevens 90, Sarah Pirtle 79, Elijah tlio-- p of the oppo-it iil. I.iv iTf tlclic.uiM Ciuiil fir ." nfiinitj-hfruholi... not lound index" that they seemed designed for their barrels, on' the account of a Jackson S2, Thomas Brackin 89, Oma woiiun tlio koMiti opportunity. iilt A.orlroher tlitxat lit home. Till. IhhiUIs ilwuuuuM urui and the w.irltl. It givo-- - the event of foreign Infills in n nutshell. It hm nml u'ui'cral nuti't-- . "to fright the State from its propri- lack of production here, and we are Pirtle 73, Claud Stevens 93, John tnou, roniii IV ll limNtoti .treft, llo.ton, M'parate iirpnrtuir nt fm Tlu 1'nmily ( trele, and our Voting Folk. Iu , constantly shipping in various arti- Brackin 90, I.ue Kinkade 3i ety." I lume tintl Siciety eolunig S, Fanny Mm. cminnnil llm a.linimtioii nf wives tunl tliuighteni. cles and large quantities of farm pro- Kinknde S2, Clayton I locker 7S, After eighteen months of painful I Its pctipinl political now, rditoriali nml are ninprVlieiiMVf, gestation, amid throes and agonies ducts that should be produced at Davy James Si, Dona James S6, Anna $75,00 to imM r..rri hniu .brilliiiiit tunl cxIiHUKtlve. Its Aunruliutnl lias u superior in home. Louisville depends on Pitts- McFarland 75, prifirri'.I Julia James SS, Koa wliiilctiinrmIio .mm fiirin-- a h . mi. I L'nillnir to which the convulsions of the the ctniiiirv.- - It Mnrkrt Wcporth are r engnizeil authority in all part of the t.j the tiiim .Spare m. nutiM burg for her coal, while Ohio county Herrel So, Edna James 92,Sallie James may l .. mountain that brought forth a mouse l Afi' Inn 1. A Srepirt! C'untraet enables us to oiler tlii ii!emliil .Imirnnl nml Th has enough to last her for centuries, S4, Herbert Taylor SS, Hatlie Cash int.mn. nii.li'ilie-- . II, 1". Joll.VSO.N .V (It were as nothing, you were "delivered Kcpnblicnti for one car without the slightest danger of a Hiehnion.l, ... 7i, Angegline Herrel Si, Allie Her- SUhun.l Mmn of the "freeze-up- " and causing a coal fam- rel 82, Roscoe Taylor S9, Carlie TayyC23? MOSTROS1TV, SJS1.J2S 3DOJJ r. ine in We do not furnish lor 84, Ivan Taylor 78, Bina Wise S9, whose dissection you have made it V. Tribune, rosular pi ice wr year WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 it, because it is not developed, the Henry Pirtle 7s, Mattie 51.00 Wise SS, Bet-ti- e my painful duty to perform. liarilnrd Republican CAM. i.N greater part of it being remote from 1.25 K. C. Jaknaoi.v, Wise S7. It was the remark of one of our any railroad. We complain of the Teacher, distinguished orators that there were Total S2.25. idleness of a class ofourcitiz.ens, while some people of such contracted views there is, at the same time, but little iictwi:us 1Iohn Till. that they could not see that they had constant J rr"trv ;" i employment offered them. We offer One Hundred Dollars Ken L0USVILLE ami KEr;,pis, made a dollar unless they discovered How many men in Hartford work a ward for any case of Catarrh that canSubsriiptiVm ma bein at nny time. that some one else had lost it; and it large force of with hands, and on the other not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Addro. nil orders to is an idea prevailing among some hand, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars', how much capital do we find F. J. Cnr.Niiv & Co., Props. savages that they inherit the deeds comparatively idle? One Flouring Toledo, Ohio. ritciM A Nil TO and virtues of the warriors they slay. Mill, one Tobacco Factory, one Saw We, the uiidersighned, have known i.oi isviM.i:.ni:vriiis,M( usiti u Some notion of this sort seems to .'iEsafe Ilnrlford, Kuntuokv. Mill and one Woolen Mill, each workiia'iu.n HotJii.Miiii m:v oim.i;a.t, F. J. Cheney forthe past fifteen years, have entered your mind and impressll JIrilli!il. ing a small force of hands, while there and believe him perfectly honorable ed you with the belief that if you are many who can or do only lay 111 all transactions and financially able For the fined and Mot Arthtic Work; could possibly succeed in inflicting The Quick and Desirable Route around, waiting for a ten minutes job. to carry out any obligation made by any size or style. Fredcrica Si. Wlween the slightest taint on the reputation This 3rd and 4th. 6wi37 TO AND TOM class, and the idle capital, are their firm. of another it would be the means of "1 Now Yurk I'li'lic'clphlii Itn'tlninro . like our unutilized water power, that Wcst& Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, Qj2m&Jm REMOVING A CORRIJSI'ONDr.NCR BLOT ViililtiKtoii .Nnrfolk (Mil Point IVn.li.rt VsV W.J-,- 0. --t3LOX-L is constantly flowing by us every year Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & JhlUIUMMIl'J DllllUKt VlttV('ilIKl from your own escutcheon. As nothTolfjli. CIiIcbrii Jii(lliitininll 1JETTEU KNOWN AS THE and we are almost totally uncon- Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, CftioitiiiHti l.niliei;iu ing had oocurred to illustrate your scious of the amount of wealth lost Ohio. irt3torn nntt Northonstcrn Pa administration, or place it above the & from the lack of improvements. nml Memphis VicKs'-ur;Ilaloti Hhuhq Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-nalllowest mediocrity, you evidently New Urlertnt Molnlc l.lttlo Itwk Mot Our streets and sidewalks are simacting directly upon the blood thought that the road to glorious ply Sprlngi" nnd iclnt In Wont Toiiiips- in a deplorable condition, while and mucous surfaces of the system. achievement led through the dark fco 'J'oxhs ArKiuism .MI.iM'ipil Newly FnrnishBjf. we are paying large sums of money Sold by all Druggists. & Rates Si. 00 per day. 41 Meals 25c. TertimoLniiislutm nnd tho South nnd labyrinths of defamation. As success Ths Loading Fhokgrapher. every year expressly for that purpose. nials free. Etis-- t side I'redeiica, lielnecn Main and SOUTH WiiST. the Hiver, Owensboro, Ivy, in this line could not be attained by But you say you cannot collect the fair means, you seem not to have hesTho lif.0 is tlioroiiRlily .mnni.cUnd In MJI& CII.'IS. HUB Y, MUS. C. K. WILLTXG lUM.Pl'OUS. Pictures In lm lip. m Size. taxes, neither can you get any work 1. 1 IUh'ARi, Tret, Jo. II. Ilmr, Cnlner itated to resort to questionably methuraii:!ii?B uuiiiiuiuii, nun jiruviuun nil uxoui ld done on the streets, all of which is n rr . i mm&rvw Pictures Copied and Enlarged luni ods. Through this mode of procedHrmnRcinvni in iiniuninl Uiroiti;;. .ux rtr: t . ..i;; m.i strange, and merely goes to prove A SPECIALTY. A fkatukk is the time mid convciilcni-ure in your past life had caused Of the Condition of tho INo llrm.u'i. I run lilllcv. that there is n wonderful lack of publecuretl by tho Limited llxprosf Tntln. ' 108$ Main Street. l'lijmlt'iun rtMomineu It. YOUR NAMi; TO 1112 INSCRIBED IN IMS- !r l.ottl. All .lealers lic spirit, energy and enterprise. It tiniii.t hy mi nuritt uf orl.l-l- d 0 WEXkSOJlO, KY Only a night's iiii.k brtwien J..i:il.vl!l bns truiliMnurk koii it. Jl l rodlltiwon ficr.ulno 370 rnppcr nml uvpvd HONOR nnd Memphis, trd tho Lost nnd tiirlu'.'t ri'iuitiitinii, Itrafni-tr.ulloiitoil nint is simply absurd. Other towns keep ntlnlj on the archives of the government, nrrpim .11 In H) ji'iu' Unniling, nfi,.r nil service betwppn.tliotwocltlei'evariiiri'rod, their streets in splendid condition otlior tn iliunilf mti liillnl. How tl(. iifloUy Tlckrln.Tiiiic.TuWfH nml nil 'lolrriliiiforii.il. rrrr- - jo tiik. i.i.u IJ, you failed to profit by a lesson which WEEKLY l.y nil)iiu to .1. Il.'l IclK'i.or jl'itv..i, JliUunrt, lion ururi-.nud they have the same difficulties to ilfccfllot. and fe?r IhMii'Iii'iIiiiiiI tin. i.iii.i. riliiniril,fiiljrxi.itiiri must have proved so humiliating. twr usneu, niku .iKcuf id llfiitcr lliiiii.iir In iilll.Ui.lii nml t. iiiioiiIaI of contend with that Hartford has, except ' 'V.N '3 TWIN "ITTJV The same methods have adhered to iiirmfroin ironittinl hhiiiIk iniill. frrr. cure q .t' lr. I'or nrlo b all dealer lr It T.B.Lync'j. GsaM ?:::, ArlL::i:7ill, Kt. .. ib Kcaunaa. their officers are men of public enteri Mfcljr oodlcln A. WM,AI.Vi:,'icot.i lH. Wnili. you. I have shown wherein you have prise and At tho Closo of Business KSE9aH2KSE2&ES3BEZi3ZE3i31B!aSBUa3S3 sxaczjtv xsyaKSBs. realize the value received IIEXnY WATTERSON, Editor. concealed circumstances in order to for the December 31,1892. town's money. When we E3-2- 3 9 k v. deceive, have suppressed facts that help others we are helping ourselves Best Democratic Paper Pub. disproved your assertions and have nnd when we improve our town we UES0URCE3. not hesitated, 1.00 a year. enhance the value of all the property Notes ami Hills $(!2,72;U9 "t"": r8r!?J3-- Z riVKN TO 1NVIJNT CAI.U.MNY i In the town, not only that, it speaks Ileal Estate .1,000.00 asy when though necessarj to your ends. well for the whole county. Morgan-fiel- d Furniture unci Fixtures.. 1,500.00 You seem to have found in such has doubled her population since Cash on liana and in other Hanks 20,031.22 U methods something grateful and con- 1888. Would anyone say that Union genial to your nature, and habitually county is not proud of her county . . Best condensed iiowm, 8UJJ,254.71 to have descended to aline ofnetion seat? The whole county feels the LIABILITIES. the very suggestion of which would benefit of this rapid growth. But Best stories, have been Indignantly spurned by you will not find many Idle men about Capital Stock 825,000.00 Host miscellany, 1,293.14 the Critteudens, the Dixons, the the place. It is not a comfortable place Kcservo Best women's page, 5.250.00 Ureathitts, the Shelbys and the other for them. In the summer ot 1891, Surplus Fund !()'.'.(,' great names, our predecessors in the they were spending nt least $5,000 on Duo other Hanks Bet children's department, Deposits fil,.'i08.li4 office to which you have been called. theirstreets and side walks, and they Best answor.s to correspond-- J The contra-s- t Is so painful that I can were being putin admirable condition, SM.254.71 onts dopitrtiuonts, not entertain for you nny harsher while Hartford gets about $50 worth Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo Bust editorials. feeling than one of profound compas- of work done every year, for about this January 'Id, 1893. It gives away a valuable premium sion, mid,- therefore, dismiss you to $75, and that docs not begin to place Siiiu.iiv Tayloh, D. C. 0. 0. the contemplation of your own dark even the side walks In anything overy day for tho largest club In submitting thoughts and to the repair of your like repair. I,et us wake up and that our business this wo bc to state Ims steadily grown reeoivod. Sample copies of tho torn, tattered and tarnished reputa- bestir ourselves show to the world each month sinco our opening, nml will AVeokly Courier-Journtion. S. B. BUCKNliK. that we have some enterprise, think by tho most careful, watchfulness nml bo sent froo to any- - nddross, well of our county, our town nud our ii strict observance- ofthe principles of IVMNlbllltlrN ol llnrlfuril. public institutions belonging thereto, tho most conservative Hanking, wo Writo to C0UHIEU-.J0UUNA- L IIarti-'ori)Mar. 9, 1893. and public, ns well as private success, hopo not only to extend our ncijuaiiito mice, but to prove ourselves worthy CO., Louisville, Ky. It appears to be a conceded fact will crown our efforts. Wo are manufacturers of Bujjgios, Carts Surries and Carriarjes, and deal directly with tho confidence that is being so liberal, that we must not say anything in faI Very truly, the consumer, thus saving him tho per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasly reposed iu us. vor of our own town. A more s Wo aro hero to accommodate tho THE BKPUBLICAN and tho onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. idea never crept into the minds Respectfully, people, each and every business, For Sale, of n people. To speak of our varicourtesy slmll be extended to them, WEEKLY COUK I ous resources will enable others to Two mares and colta. Terms most but in no enso bIiuII safety bo sacriwill bo sout ono year to any nddross see our many advantages and perhaps reasonable. Call on or address, ',. ficed for friendship or'to obtain bus- or $1.75. Address Tho BEBUB-LICA- N, ' iness. John H.Bauni:s, Cashier, may cause more energy ntul push to Wayno Grillin Bro. Hartford. Owens boro, Ky. Hartford, Ky. .j wammftm Hartford Republi can 11 an Ms. Children E satisfied ifat Scott's s 1 -- UlAIRETTE & Soap .- 3 - com-nutnit- I - st. -- I - 'fl. A .wi.i .ni.in.. i A 'nui . PH pjWaffiKras!j:T0! -- i- i Clovi-rpor- ! jriu'i " . , ftii h. . IS .1 111 ft . 11 FSCitg -. 111 t'lY .:, .... aJ-- 3 - ' M . 111. Hi-fi- 11. isilj ' . -- ZiimWfrW .. iM,iiVjnlMHMH V, yJ..,--mmmw&zm V:r.?)MrE Vour .PaNorito Home NewspjptM mmmmm ' Physician Surgeon, . -- pr and New York 81.25. CommiMTin S2o(l. for "lli REPUBLICAN first-clas- '(jn .! New York Weekly Tribune, m lr . 1 1)-- uvr&w. li -. h'-.- 1?. pn.flliilj'j-eniplj.i- i 9ssssm Sl STILL-BOR- N mid-winte- 03Ll3T G.Theo.Cain, . We furnish both Pnpersone year for 1.25, I Tvg HA$mtfJ J-XJ- HEPUSUJCAN, GJ&.T ftajfc ON f,,.srMrsv """r jteitlor, I PALMER HOUSE. j'lJ..-qi-asc-iii-- CSS-O- Beaver Dam ' DEPOSIT BANK l (.toi!ricrs!oiiriml i has nm IfiOMW SJcsaaaa5EM.fi.HM .. tlWiffil 111 :1?W - al , K, "3S"asTca 'BWi.a.l. SSaLlaLO. V erro-ncou- F. A AMES & CO.