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gfortford WcclUy g.cvald.
Wednesday, May 'it.
- V BY MAURICE THOMPSON
ooptri6ht or amcrican press association, isoi
TOR MUD OK TUB MISTOU.
"7ic .MnM oi fic .WIJrnt."
Edgar Julian nrrivuil nt S.ivannali nml
was iustiilliHl as n member of tue
velt household u day or two before the
time of Mrs. Uoosevelt's party Ho im
mediately began a warciiini: examination
of tlio fiitn.ition of Ills cinployer'e
affairs, ami found it grave. Cllis hail
done his worlc well, and precisely in Mich
a way m to close np tlio very doorway ol
their success Julian could not see anj
immediate escape. Of courso tlio plans
of Messrs. Uoosevelt and Largely had
been kept profoundly secret, so that KM
and his Now York coadjutors could hae
had no counterplan in view, but their
operations had effected nuito the saint
thing as if directed to that end The fact
was that Florida had suddenly attracted
the eyes of capitalists and land epecu
latorsin both Europe and America. Cer
tain vast draining schemes were begin
tiing to take shape, and their feature:
and probable remits to bo bruited about
The orange fever, the Jute fever, the
early vegetable fcter, the Le Coute peai
fever and tho pine and cedar luinhei
fever had started a rush of emigration
this advanced the price of land enor
mously; the conseijuenco was that the
statu authorities offered large grants oi
the public domain as subsidies to induce
the building of canals and railways
Many schemes had been projected; some
of them had failed, others had fallen
into litigation, and the franchises ol
nearly all of them were of doubtful va
lidity Out of this sort of chaos Edgar
Julian was expected to bring order For
two days he buried himself in Mr Uoose
velt's of lice amid a heap of books, pam
phlets and documents, plodding slowly
step by step, through the history of pre
vious schemes and litigations
In the meantime hoscaicely moretliau
spoke to Itosahe, who was longing to
hear all he could tell her about Proencv
and le Chateau Chenler
The evening for the party nt the
Hoosevelt mansion arrived, charming
weather with a cloudless sky, and thn
moon nt its full; n breeze from the ocean
just cool enough to open windows
Tho company was not large, between
fifty and one hundred gucits, but it wa
an exceptionally brilliant one. Julian
passed from room to room in tho course
of the evening, linding himself once in
the conservatory where a wilderness ol
tropical plants anil trees were kept in
state of luxuriant confusion Here h
enmo upon Ellis and Itosilie Clieniei
standing under n p'llni hpray by a iiolst
little fountain They were engaged in
earnest conversation He turned uwaj
nnd left them, but not liefore n swift
pang had cut through his heart. How
divinely sweet she looked standing
tho dark fellow, her mronce up
turned to hisl She wore a dress of some
rich, clinging blue stuff that followed
the outlines of her form there was old
loco about her thro it, and she won
pearls in her pale gold iiair. a siugl
great ruby, tho gitt ot Aunt Margneiito,
thone liko a big drop nt led wino on the
fair space- nt her thni.it
Mrs. Roos.eelt was a charming hostess,
easy, affable, not beeking liomago, as
busy among her guests, and quite as unassuming,
as a beo among (lowers. She
took great pains to intioduce Julian
and always with some olitely elusite
suggestion of hi distinguished character
Few married women wvio piesent
and most of them were of the jouuger
class, state! and resened us became
southern matrons, hut bright nnd interesting
Toward the of tho evening Ed.
gar Julian found llosaliu disengaged and
offered her his arm
"Won't you take a turn with me?" he
said in n low tone, 'all your guests seem
happily fixed now, and I may not
have so good a chance to talk with you
again soon I am off for Florida tomorrow
"So soon'f" she exclaimed, taking his
arm; "hut yon will not bo gone longs
you will return"
"I cannot speak witli certainty. 1
shall have to go to Jacksouulln and
and then away down through
the wilderness to OcaLi and Tampa 1
may ho gone n month "
Ho enunciated tho word mouth as if it
had been century or ipon
"I should think you would enjoy that
trip. I hau alwaj s imagined I should
like Florida," she said
"Uut I hat o been traveling so much,
nnd so rapidly," he leplied, ciiulunsly
taking from a table, us they passed It, a
spray of heliotrojio.
"And you have not told mo what jou
saw," the quickly said "I do so much
want to hear more about onrold chateau
in Provence. 1 call it ours," bho added
looking up and smiling archly, "because
1 am so far away that the true owner
cannot bo injured by tlio assumption of
title; and then papa has been fastening
tho fancy in my head over sinco my first
"It ought to be n very pleasant fancy
1 was charmed with Provence," he said
with something liko evasiveness in his
touej "but ono would not caro to livo
there; it is all so diffeient from what one
sees and feels nnd reverts in America
Life In Provence is good for fancy to
feed op, ami for stuff out of which to
build romance, hut it is not conducive
to earnest thought and worthy effort to
wartl great achievements."
"lint what wui our old chateau like?'
ho demanded, "did you fetch liny
rcnir from its rniusr
ea, mjrcpiiciL I brought (juiton
number You shall oxiunliio ihomouio
lay One in particular will, if I mistake
not, ulleut you ery strangely, when -you
see it.' ?l H'
"Oh, what is it?" sho crled.'in
leaning heavily on his nrniTwnl
gazing eagerly tip into Ills face. .-
"It is something very beautiful," he
responded. "I don't Micro ought .to
forestall or weaken your mirpriso by any
utteiutit at description; and liesido.i, I
wish to see If jou will adopt my view!
when you have seen tho tho well, let's
call it tlio Clicnle r Souvenir."
"You have set my heart to fiutterin;
she naively said, carrying her frco hand
to her breast.
"Mlno Is disturbed too," ho replied.
"It's really exciting, isn't it?" sho went
on, not dreaming of what his words weie
meant to convey.
"Whllo I think of it," ho said, changing
Ills tone, "is Rosalia n uamo that
runs back In your family?"
"It was my father's grandmother's
name; it may dato much farther up the
line," sho leplied. "rript says it Is n
Chenler name. Uut why do you ask?"
"The uame is common in Frauco. 1
heard it often while I was there, nnd
Chenler also 1 met ono Chenler who
was a baron, and another who was a
wooden shod laborer in tlio vinoyanls."
"Uut tho souvenir?"
"Ah. yes, I shall show you that when
1 can It is among my traps at Chicago
I did not have time to unpack, you
know I was rushed off down hero without
een a. breathing spaco. 1 have
written to have n lot of things for-warded
nnd tho souvenir is included. It
must rcuriiu a profound and beautiful
mystery until It nrrives."
"I can't bear nnd waiting,"
sho exclaimed witli real vehemence. "I
shall lose nil interest unless you tell mo
He stopped nnd looked down into her
sweet gray-brown oyes, ho thought ho
saw repressed tears in them They wero
wholly the eyes of n child now Her
lips were red as cherries
"It is a small gold cross with the let
ters II C. on it," ho said, witli a promptness
that almost amounted to bluutncss;
"it is very beautiful."
"Oh. and where did you get it?" sho
"At tho Chateau Chenler. A peasant
who lives there dug it up in tho garden
I paid an enormous prico for it The It
C. must stand for Rosalind Chenler, you
"How strange!" sho murmured in n
musing way, with her eyes cast down
"Papa has tho story of that cross in
manuscript, written in Provencal It is
a beautiful legend, called 'The Maid of
tho Mistral.' "
Julian smiled nt her simplo faith, but
ho would not have clouded It for the
world. A gieat love for her had fastened
itself upon him. it was struggling for
expression, and yet ho felt sure he ought
not to speik Sho seemed too much
child to have the firo of his passion revealed
to her it might destroy her as a
flame would destroy n'flower
"Was the 'Maid of tlio Mistr.il' a lovo
story?" ho asked .
"Oh, yes, and so swcetl AIphone. the
knight, was so bniyo, aud Rosalie, the
Maid of the Mistral, was warm aud true
nnd good, and they loved each other so
dearly You know tho mistral is a wind
in Provence, tho maid would sit upon
the castle wall when tho mistral blew
and play her lute aud slug, aud her
lover would hear her, no matter where
he was, because the mistral would take
her song aud the lute chords nnd bear
them to him. She gave him the cross
when ho went nway to fight for his king,
aud he wore it on his heart through the
far cat. Whenever ho would hear her
singing and playing the luto ho would
kiss tho cross, and when bho had finished
she would kiss the ruby ring lie had
given her 1 cannot tell you all his
but at last ho returned, nnd
they were married on tho castle wall
while tho mistral was blowing."
"Very sweet." he said, "all thoo old
old stories aro shall 1 tell you one?"
Tho blood had suddenly (lowed in upon
his heart; his face was pale, uud his voice
was low and liuky
Sho looke.l up quickly, ns if to confirm
n thought mil u buddeu (lush spread
aver her face, her ejes fell nt once His
passion had Mrayed him. -
"1 nm neglecting "my guests," sho
tiembllngly exclaimed, ','see. ' some of
them are going ' You must excuse me
1 mnst be polite."
ItOMlXfl 1 IN !LNT 1IERALH (
The Handsomest Lad in Hartford
llemarked to n frien.il tho other dav thnt
sho knew Kemp's Halsatn for tho Throat
nnd Lungs was n superior remedy, as it
stopped her cough instantly when other
cough remedies hnd no effect whatoter.
Ho to proto this nnd contince you of its
merit any druggist will gio you a
llottlo Free. Largo size OOc and SI .
Hie Hct, fieo, of Ilourbou Inil
ias Uuth m)i.clf and wife uue our !iisto
hhiloli'f. ('onmiitluii Cure." lor hale by
7. Wayne C.rlfnu A liro
Frntik Leslie's Popular Monthly for
A largo variety of topics aro -interestingly
treated, both descriptively nud
pictorinllv, in June number of
PlUSK LnSMU'h 1'Ol'UIiAII Montiilv.
"St. Louis, tho Carnival City of America,"
is tho leading paper, nnd gives a
bright presentation of tho external
splendor as well as tho commercial resources
nud progressive spirit of tho
Southwestern metropolis. In an articlo
entitled "Harriers against Invisible it
I'oes," Fiank Liustow yhito gives a
graphio description ot tho Quarantine
Station of the Now York Harbor, and
tho vigilant measures in operation thoro
to ward oil' contagion and epidemic.
"Pensaut Life in the Komngua" is in tho
happiest style, nud is accompanied by la
somo of tho most charming sketches, of
its lamented artist-author, Herbert
Pierbon. Wilf. P. Pond writes of "Tho
Divine Weed" tobacco. Tho "Old to
Cumberland Ford" region, in Uubteru
Kentucky, is described by S. I, Logan,
nud "Glimpses' of Guiana aro furnished
by two recent travelers. Tho genesis
and creation of tho Into Walt Whitman's
"Leaes of Orass." is given in tho words
of tho "Good Gray Poet" himself.
Probably tho must vivid idea of au
carthfpiuko ever given iu tho compass of
u mugazitio article is that presented by
tho account of "Kurtlniuuko Photographs
in Japan," written nnd photographically
illustrated by Professor aW.
JC. llurtou, head of tho bciainogrjiphical
Laboratory of tho Imperiul University
at Toklo. Theio nro a number of good
bliort stories and poems.
ceding atonle.or dill Irni who rant
up khould tnl.e
iiiion vi. iit; iiitti'.hh.
It Is ii!i lo tn'io, cures Malaria.
Kolllus, In I.lpplncott'H
It is not truo that repression is good
for tho soul. It is only good for some
souls, nud good for tliem only under
somo conditions. ' Kvcn if they fail to
peiish under it, you can never know how or
much mvceter, liner, riper, thoy might
have been liudcrdili'ercnt circumstances.
Tl.rt . .ml,,.. a..a.,u J il... ..!.. ..
iUmef lbh0ju,,,y jdj,,,,.,!! siiiishIiiof
nnd, though it keeps its grnco in the
dark, itulecd, only wins it in tho dark,
thero areewer to nppreciato and enjoy
tho grace sojiardly won, Tho soul
is. like tho closod piano
that ;y'ou see in 'houses in tho country;
Uiorffjjs n'fino, eh th over tlio piano, nud
the dust isTscpt outand there are Mises
scattered closed top, with very
pretty (loners, perhaps, in the rases; hut
ifltwern open thoro" might ho musio.
You remember how "Romola, who loved
homage, nourished under it ns n lily
lifting ilsclf to tho light." To a woman
of lino literary culture, complaining of
her isolated life, I said, "But your isolation
has mndo yon whatj'ou aro." "Yes,"
sho nusnered quickly, "what I am, but
not what I might be."
So You Call Tliis a Church?
Theodore 1'nrLer Iu New Halt
Do you call this n church? Well, I
heard a prima donna heio n few nights
ago, nnd bright eyes sparUcd, nnd
ringlets kept timo to moving fuus,
and opern glasses and ogling nnd fashion
and folly reigned for tho nonco triumphant;
I can't forget it; I can't get up
my devotion here, under theso latticed
lmlcouies, with their fashionable
freight. Hit were n good old church,
with n crackled bell nud unhewn rafters,
n pino pulpit, with the honest sun staring
in through tho windows, a pitch pine
iu tho gallery, and it few
rustics scattered round in the uticush
ioncd seats, I could feel all right; but
my soul is iu fetters hero it won't soar
its, wings nro earth-clipped. Things
aro all lino. Nobody can coino in nt the
door whoso hat and coat and'bonnet arc
not fashionably cut. Tho poor man
(minus n Suuday suit; might lean on his
statYontho porch n long nhilo before
he'd dare enter in, to pick up his crumb
of tho bread of life. lint, thank God,
the unspoken prayer of penitence may
wing its way to tho eternal throne,
though our mocking church spires point
only with aristocratic lingers to tho rich
When Baby was sick, wo gate hor Ca&torla.
When she as a Child, she cried for Caslorla.
When she hecame Mis, she cliinc to Castorta
When she had Children, alio gave their Cattorla.
Dead Siiro Events.
iAiUcrlisemcnt in DiirIMi Church J
Coming prophetic events, according
to Daniel and Hevelations, during the
next niuo years before the end of this
ngo in Passover week, April 11, 11)01.
Tho greatest war eter known iu lS'Ji;
change of kingdoms into
ten in 180.J; earthquakes, famines,
n Xapoleon to bo u Hellenic
king in 18'J.l before his seven years' covenant
Ciih Syrian King) with tho Jews
on April SI, 18i)4; their sacrifices restored,
Nov. 8, I&U4 rDauiel vii., 24; viii., 11:
ix., 27); ascension of 144,(11 living
Christians to henen without dying on
March Ji, 18W5, Xapolen's massacre of
tens of thousands of hundreds of
of Christians during l,2f0 days
from Aug. 14, 18!i7, to Jau. 20, 11)01.
Christ's descent on earth and commencement
of millciiuim in Passover
week, April, 11)01.
Ayer's Pills arcinvaluablo for the euro
of Headache. Constipation. Stomach and
Liver troubles, and nil derangements of
tlio digestive nnd assinulamo organs.
Theso Pills nro sugar-coated, snfo and
pleasant to take, always reliable, and
return their virtues iu any climate.
Ail Accommodating Justice.
A Texas journal tells tho following
story of a jubtico of tho peaco who held
court on tho between Texas
and Arknnsaw: A mon brought before
him on charges of murder and
Said tho Justice: "Do you
want to bo tried by tho Arkansas law or
the Texas law? If by tho former, I'll set
you freo for stealing tho horse, but hang
you for killing tho man. If by the Texas
law, I'll acquit you for murdering tho
mau, but hang you for stealing the
VVIiv Will Vnu cohkIi, when Shilulfd Cure
will KUe you Immediate relief? l'rlce ioc, $rc
nnd Ji, at (.tiffin Uros
To Our Subscribers.
Tho Hi'cmii ANNouxcnuKNT which
appeared in our columns somo timu
since, announcing a speciul arrangement
with Dn. 15. J. Kn.vim.T, Co., of
Kuosbiirgh Palls, Vt., publishers of
"A Treatise on Horso nnd his Dis
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Of ii Acadimy t , Janeslllel VI under dale
Ma 3, kajh. Mensrs. Keuoii A'thoinas llila
to cxrtlfy what I know about I)r Hale's
Householil Ointment lhiehadA bothersome
sore on my lip for ii)enri!Mli!ch terminated in a
cancer I bid tried ariuusremedies purporlini;
Hire, but till without ninil until I purihased n
box nfour Ir llale'a ointment and
with tuo montht' It has entirely cured It,
nud I freely Kite (hi Tor the benefit of the ,x.o
pie Trul) Your,
, VVM SKIIILI.V
Thlswonilerrul medicine (srorsaleat Williams,
Hell A. Co 'a.
IndUcstlon, aud etomach dliofilf, uso
1IHOWNN IHO.V HIT rUllS.
AU dealers keep it. !l per bottle. Genuine hm
andcionbtd red llun &" wrupir.
'1 he. most to liedrtadtdof all tlUtascauflcii
In a simple cold, himply neKlected. No
(.ouch hhould be allow rd to run a single day
without using the finest remedy (a the world,
llale'a Household Coiifih Cure. It acta tike
magic, trentrthnilni? the Unites, nllaylug all
cuteaa loukIi where all other remedies
fail. s and o cents per bottle at Williams,
lls.ll fv Co 'a.
He Deserved Expulsion.
A boy in a Wichita (Kansas) school
has-been Biispeiidcd for rending tho fol
lowing essay on "pants:" "Punts nro
undo for men, nud not men for pants.
Women nro mado for men and not
punts. When a man pants for a woman,
u woman pants for a man, thoy uro a
pair of pants. don't Inst.
Pauts aro liko molasses, thinner iu hot
r.il.nH lit nnl A Tlwt nnt. t.
tho moon changeH his p.tnts during an
eclipse. Men nro often mistaken in
pants. Such mistakes make breeches of
promise. Thoro has been much discussion
as to whether pants is singular or
plural. Seems to us when moil wear
pants they nro plural, nud when they
don't wear any it is singular. Men pet
on n tear in ttieir pants ami it is nil
right; but when tho pants get on n tenr,
it is all wroil J."
..., ri'.i ..I I . I 1 j
minus 1. 1. mm.-, i.uu.
Chinc3s of Life rind Death.
1st l.oul Kcpiilillc J
Tho following table is one that is used
by tho London assurance companies,
showing tho prospect of life at various
-. .a ... . .
nCq. it it tho result oi floverul years of
careful calculation, uml is eaiil to .seldom
sudden nnd premature deaths, ns well as
lives uniiMinlly extended, occasionally
occur, but this is u table of avcrago
of lifo of the ordinary man or
woman: A person 1 year old may expect
to Iito years longer; of 10
years, fifty-one; of 20, of!10
years, thirty-four longor; of 40 years,
twenty-eight; of fii), of 00
years, fourteen more; of 70 years, niue;
of 80 years, four. Headers cau easily
gather from tho nbovo statement, facts
which will tell them, approximately nt
least, how many years longer they may
reasonably expect to livo according to
tho law of nuTiigp.
Hall's Hnir Ilenower is freo from
and dyes that injuro the skin. It
is scientifically prepared, and will
grny hair to its original color and
With deep regret wo concilo tho death
of our beloved sister, Sirs. Carrie Wnrd.i
Sister Ward was n daughter of H. F.
and Jane Smith. Sho was born in 18-Vi
nnd died April 18, 18!).', nged !U .tears.
Sister Ward joined Bell's Bun Church
whilo very young, nnd lived n
mcndablu and exemplary Christian life,
She was loved by nil who knew her,
Wo tender our sympathy to the hus
band nnd family in their sad bereavement,
nnd commend them to Him who
knows nnd controls nil things, nud may
wo so livo that when no are called to go
t J tho realms of glory wo will hear tho
welcomo plaudit, "well done."
Dono by order of the Bell's Bun
Church nt her regular meeting, May 7,
1S!). A. P. TvvLon, )
Hu7.. Willi vsis, Com.
K. H. Muitiv, )
Tor lame back, side or client, use shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Price sc. so!d b) Griffin Uro
Hard to Get At,
YmiiIH's Companion. I
A "summer boarder" onco said to n
small boy dressed iu a broad straw hat,
a gingham waist, long trousers and baro
"Hello, littlo boy. What is yonr
"Same ns pa'8,"suid tho boy.
"What's your pa's name?"
"Same as mine."
"I mean what do thoy call you when
they call you to breakfast?"
"They don't nnvver call mo to break
"Why don't thoy?"
"Cause I ulhiz get there tho fustone."
Are You Mt,le tnlserahlebi Tndliresttnn. Con
stlpatlou. Dizziness, I,oss of Apjictite. Xellow
skin- Mniioira viiauzer laa positnecure. lor
sale by Vane Griffin A Uro.
A line farm of I'it acres, 85 acres in
cultivation, 40 ncres well timbered and
none of tho cleared land worn. Fine
meadow, excellent orchard, find honso
with livo rooms. Two good barns nnd
all necessary outbuildings all now, Ono
well, eight springs, one-fourth mile
from school house, ono nnd one-fourth
miles from Mallcnrr, three miles from
Bockport and Echols, finest markets iu
tho county, three miles from church
and eight miles from county seat.
For futher particulars and terms, call
on or address, J. B. Wilson, or Hartford
Hekvlii, Hartford, Ky. tf
A Nis.il Interior frie with each bottle of
Catarrh Kcmidy Price joe, at C.rlffin'a.
Of Chapman school house, district fifi.
Below is given the average deportment
nnd scholarship of tho pupils in district
No. r,t for the term ending May (l( 18!)2.
The fiist figures indicate deportment,
tho latter figures, scholarship:
Kula New ton 10) 84, Tcssio Ticheuor
Woodward 10)-80, D. Stew
art 1)0-87, Lllio Shaver OWO, Jannio
Stowait, IKU'ii, Dellio Shaver.
Oma Wcstcrlleld 1)0-74, Coin Wester
field 80-75, Oma Tichenor 1)5-77, Ida
Simmons 1)3-74, Giorgie Simmons 05-'
Kntio Pirtlo 88-7!l, Lesley Shaver 100-71,
Harlan Tichenor 100-70, Andrew Baird
04-74, Loyal Bennett 1)8-84, Sam Shaver
05-0!), Way no Pirtlo 88-70, Bichaid
Lile 100-71, Virgil Biggs 100-70, Malcolm
Pirtlo Jacob Shaver 00-00,
Hipsloy Biggs 00-71, Willio Shaver 05-71,
Alvis Bennett 100-80, Mary Shaver
Lillio Shaver 1)5-71, Annio Tichenor
100-85, Eva Bennett 05-77, Sam
Bowau 1)0-72, Jimmio Bennett 80-7!),
Allen Miller i)0-75,Antha Bonnctt 00-72,
Viola Basham 1)0-72, Lyghtlo Bowuu
100-75, Esther Webtorllold 100-71, Sadio
Basham 100-71, Esther Bennett, 1)0-71,
Will Llles 1)8-70, Albert Biggs 00-07,
Tolbert Miller 1)5-71, Ernest Stewart
90-75, IChorloy Hellin 00-70, Sophio
Howley 100-70, Muttio Howlcy 100-70,
Ellis Bennett 100-71, Art Pirtlo 100-70,
Ethel Heilin 75-00, Willio Simmons 100-70,
Mntnio Liles 05-72, Mizella Basham
05-05, Pluiner Bennett 100-03, Ira Mill-sap
1)5-02, Beverly Kowton 100-81, Otis
St'n Ciiowk, Teacher.
Nolli ii to llrlug rurwiird Ctalius.
Ohio Cikccit Court.
W. A. (Juntber & son, ct., at., Plaintiffs.
(itorue Huberts, &c, Defendants.
All persons haIni; Ileus aKaiust the Deanflcld
Coal Company, are hereby notified to produce
the same, properly proeu,to the undcrslKued,
Master Commissioner of said Court at his office
iu Hartford, Ky,, in Ohio county, Kentucky, on
or before the loth day of June next, or they will
lie forescr barred. This ittli day of May, ifvji.
John 1'. IUkkut,
3d 4t Commissioner of said Court,
Dr. W. M. Carter,
Will bo nt tho Hartford House, Hartford,
Ky., April 18, 10 and 20. Ho ox-amines
Eyes for all errors of ltefraotion.
arEXAMINATION FREE'XEo '
lhrlcinii Couldn't Cnrss. X
BwumvaLr, Hamilton Co., oulo, June, 1839.
Ono bottle of Tutor Kot'lilii's Nerve Ton le
jured mo entirely, after phyalclana bad tried
unaucooesfully lor 8 morulas to rcllovo lne. of
, nervous debility. W. HUKNNKW.I.U.
UMoNtinLK, Mo., January, 1891.
I can ilnreroly lay that l'aitor Koonlg'i Nor
Ton lo baa acted wonderful; alnea my boy
to uas It lw baa not had tile allgUteat
fT KeJTLiS V!T!ifin?.
frnm ..... Fkiw Vnrb at SI ail !.. i ,na
aiv.. vBUtIVVIS:i VtHLIU WINCII lllll 1111
. ?" dkisnib walhu.
Kansas Cnr. Ma, Oct. b, MU.
' "!?' raVliMJ.nK:S,tlT9Jan'0..'0' "fS
. tufltl by anno, it bad tu dolred meet.
b)o. Hook oa Nerroua
eetu lrto lo any addrena,
niHutlti. nn nl.i. nl.l.ln
eillclno nf clinrxe.
This rnmedr liu been ireiund by the lleTtrcnd
raster koenie. or fori Warnc, I ml- since 1S and
snow umltrlila dlmcilon by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
So!lbynrucirlUnt81lcrriottlo. O Tor S3,
torso rilzo.ttl.73. O Mottles tor 89.
In I.nnlat lite, Ky by Henry, 301
riPiuM nndWhlslwyHrtlU cured nt homo with
kTJbW BsaMassssaHHsasa nM.unit.i.i.v u ik
Atlanta, . Olflco Wl.! tt Mtchall St.
I, I'. nAKNARIi, Prest, jm. II IIARNH.Cash'r.
Or the Condition of the
BEAVER DAM, KY.
u.i tilt' low of Airll
Kotos nnd Bills S.50,238.01
Ileal Estnto 0.000.00
Furnituroand Fixtures 1,500.00
Expenses paid .V.12.07
Cash on hand .V in other Banks 2,01(1.01
Capital Stock Paid .825,000.00
Beservo Fund . 802.31
Surplus Fund .. 2,250.00
Interest nnd Exchange ,. 1,400.40
Deposit Account . 54,154.55
Duo other Hanks OOO.IM
Tn submitting this wo beg to stato
thnt our business has steadily grown
ench mouth sinco our opening, nud by
tho most careful watchfulness nnd a
strict observance of tho principles of
tho most eou'ervativo banking, wo lioH!
not only to extend our acquaintance,
but to provo ourselves worthy tho confidence
that is being so liberally reposed
Wo aro hero to acoommodato tho people;
each nud every business courtesy
shall bo extended to them, but in no
enso shall safety bo sacrificed for friendship
or to obtain business.
Joiiv H. Bvnvcs, Cashier.
w EAK AND UNDEVELOPED
Onran strengthened and cmic
Ions stopped, Lust Jlnnliooil lleHlured.
varicocele, w eak back, lovs of memory, dlz? new.
ucrrou?nes sieasness ijy ino
City Itemeslles. (UDpcr lx; slxloxorot
tw. A written Ruaranteo of euro with etcry
six trfxes. ss nd tnmrt lor tr 11 e
IT.VV CITY JirilKAI. (OIIIM.VY,
1!00 Aorth Seconil Mrcvt. I(ii:n., Vtu
VAtUAIlLr. TltOTTlSO STALLION'.
Will mako the present season of '1802 at
Beaver Dam, Ky., commencing 28th of
March and continuing throughout the
season, and will render servicont sM5
to insuroamaro with foal. Money duo
when the fact is ascertained or mare
transferred. Caro will bo taken to pre
vent accidents, but will not bo responsible
should any occur.
DESCIIllTION AND l'UDIOHEE.
This stallion is n superb individual,
choicelv bred, standard, of lino size.
brown color, and fast. Ho was sired by
Hermes, No. 548, record 2:27, son of
Harold. No. 413. siro of Matfd S. 2:031.
and 08 others in tho 2:30 list. Tho dam
of Hinigar was by Peacemaker, siro of
Midnight, 2:l8J, and mauytotuors in
tho list. His second dntu was by
55, siro of St. Julion, 2:11. and
over thirty others in tho list. Third
dam by Flying Morgan nnd fourth dam
by Harris Hambletooian. Hinigar is
a full brother of Holmdel, three-year-old
record 2:25, present record 2:24,
also full brother to San Carlos, a young
horso that is very fast and willenter tho
2:30 list this year. Hinigar has been in
tho stud and has produced Iargc,oIegaut
colts that have taken first premiums.
Ho has not had any regular training but
lias shown u 2:32 gait and if trained
should get n fast record, no is exceedingly
elegant in form, stylo and action
and will provo a winner in dhow rings.
Is sound, a sure foal getter and has a
perfect disposition. imtih taylor
4 18t Beavor Dam, Ky.
NBB8 A KtAI ROIttS CUICBbr
DEAF! cat I INVJ3111LK TUIUlAI IAI
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Vrk liunfri, IUht. Imllgntion, rln,Tkv iniirm. oocu.
tir rar for Cozni.
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ruou AND TO
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for Lowest lutes. Time Tables nnd nil desired
Information, nply tn
J. II. TICUi:N()lt. Ad l.ni. Denver Until, Ky.,
UrVW II. l'ltULTY.Ueiril'naneniK'rAceiil.
osr u Qcumr. BUIIIQCUITT,
FOR 20 YEARS
Has lod all Worm Romcdloo.
EVERY BOnLE GUARANTEED.
C.H.Toun. Treat. J.Q. V. I'reat.
W. II. Moour, C'usliier.
AUTHORISED CAPITAL $250,000,
Cliarl.reil for Thirty Yenrs.
MAUCII ill, ldllO.
IllUannd Notes discounted ...... Jl.i)7 42
Due from Rinks ....... ........ 31,'MIM)
Cash nn liiind ......... .. i,(Ki n
Debt In suit ............ ... 171 75
I'rntel n ceo uut .. ..... lll
Cnpltnl Hlock ,.. 117,V10)
Due Detmslturx. .. ......... ., UAM3 n
Due other Ilitlikrt ............. . . 3,W,iy,
Dividends illipilil .. .. ... .... 8sfJ
lilt Mend N. X m. . 5,TO0
Undivided l'nXltx . usr7
Totul . f33U,30S M
VV. II. MOOItK. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn tn belnrit me tills
April I. KM). M. K. MOIWK,
Notary Public Dh vires County, Ky.
Correct Attest: Jfwrpii Kimo, ('. Il.Tonti,
BarAmouulM received on deoslt from fl
np. Interest paid nn time. deoalta.
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