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V.rtm Muniffl fi To 111
Tl Mrltir of a H oaJ om CWi o
coeraiOHT, ia4, av thb .uthor.
Late in tho afternoon I tramped into
Morshminstcr. It vros by no means my
first visit to that sleepy provincial town.
Under thp shadow of tho catbedrnl tower
dwelt relatives with whom I bad aforetime
'spent school and collego holidays.
Their bouso was tho goal of my
nnd a week's rest was to recoup
mo for tho toils of tho walking tour.
Tho tragio occurrence at tho Fen inn
nltcred all my plans. With an assassin to
bo tracked thoro was no time- for com
fortablo idleness. Francis Briarfleld had
been my friend, and I owed it to his
memory to avengo his doath. It was no
easy task I had set myself. I recognized
that from tho first.
In place, therefore, of seeking tho cer
tor of tbo town and my maiden aunt's I
turned off nt tho outskirts and mado
for Bellin HalL According to tho story-.
of Francis, bis brother was btaying
with tho Bell ins, and it was necessary
that I should seo him at onco about tho
matter. My acquaintance with Mrs. Bel'
lin and her daughter was confined to
casual conversation nt crowded nt
homes" during tho season. I had hardly
the right to thrust myself on them uninvited,
but my business brooked no
do! ay. Tho sooner Felix knew tho truth
tbo better it would bo for him. If ho
""were guilty, I could punish him for his
criino by denouncing him nt onco to tho
authorities; if innocent, ho no
timo in bunting down tlioso who bad
slain bis brother. Besides I wished to
put Olivia on her guard against tho
man masquerading as Francis
That I intended to do in any case,
whether ho was innocent or guilty.
Bollin Hall was a grotesquo specimen
of architecture, built by Jeremiah Bellin,
who hod made his money out of
blaoking. It was uncommonly liko n
factory, but perhaps tho deceased
liked something to remind him of
tho origin of his fortuuo and keep him
from thinking his ancestors canto over
with William tho Conqueror. Ho mar-lied
the daughter of n baronet nnd then
took his departure to tho next world,
leaving his widow well provided for
and his daughter an heiress in her own
Mrs. Bellin was a pretty woman,
with no brains and a giggling laugh.
Her daughter bad tho beauty of her
mother and tho brains of her father, so
sho was altogether n charming girL
How sho could tolerate, her silly dolly
of a mother I could novcr understand.
Perhaps S3 years of constant forbearanco
had inured her to tbo triaL
On arriving at tho front door I learned
that Mr. Briarfleld was within and scut
up my card, requeuing a privato inter'
'view. For tho present I did not wish to
seo Olivia, as it was my intention to
worn Folix that I was cognizant of his
trickery. My theory Ms proved correct
by tho following dialogue:
Myself Is Mr. Briarfleld within?
Footman Yes, sir. Mr. Francis
Briarfleld has just returned from town.
After which question and answer I
was shown into a room. Obsorvo that I
had said "Mr. Briorflold," and th footman
answered "Mr. Francis Briarfleld. "
Now, as I woll knew that tho man
bearing that uamo was lying dead at the
Fen inn, it was conolusivo proof that
Felix, to gain tiro hand of Olivia, was
masquerading as his brother. I had just
rtrguod this out to my complete satisfaction
when Felix mado his appearance.
Tho resomblanco between tho brothors
was extraordinary. I had some difficulty
in persuading myself that tho man
boforo mo was not ho vi horn I had seen
dead that morninc, tho samo palo face,
dark hair and jaunty mustache, tho
samo gestures, tho samo gravity of
and actually tho samo tones in
tbo voice. Thcro was not tho slightest
difference between Felix nnd Francis.
The one duplicated tho other. I no longer
wondered that Olivia was deceived.
Dospito my acquaintance with tho
brothers, I should have boon trickod
myself. As it was, I stared open mouthed
at the young man.
, "This is a pleasant surprise, Den-ham,"
bo said, looking anxiously at
ma "I did not know you were in this
part of I ho world."
"Nor was I until yesterday. I nni on
a walking tour and last night slept at
tho Fen inn."
"Tho Fen inu," ho repeated, with n
light start. "What took you to that
out of tho way place?"
"I camn by tho marshes, and as I
was belated had to tako tho shelter that
, offered. "
" "But, man alive?' said Felix,
lug his eyebrows, "tho inn is cniptyl"
Tliis timo it wan my turn to bo us-
toutahod. ' If Felix thought the inu was
empty, why did ho uppolut it as a
. i"H; junco jor ins uroiucr; lie oiiner
new too much or too little, so it behooved
mo to conduct I ho conversation
with tho utmost dexterity.
"It was not onipty last night nt nil
events," I retorted, keeping my eyes
fixed on his face.
"Indocdl Aro gypsies encamped
thcro?" ho nald coolly.
"Woll, not exactly," 1 answered,
emulating his calm. "It was in charge
of a man called Strcnt and bis daughter."
"This is uown to me, I was nlwnm
under tho impression that tho Feu inn
was qulto (U sorted."
"You havo not been near it lately?"
"No. Nobody goes near it They say
"Pshaw," I answered angrily, "an
old wifo's talol And yet," I added after
n moment's thought, "it may well be
haunted aftcrwhat took place thcro last
"This begins to grow interesting,''
cntrl Pnllv MFTiw win fin rulvnntnm?"
UV. T .lft vm,. t.OTtl.A,. " 1
"Impossible 1 My brother Felix is in
"I am talking of Francis."
"Francis," ho repeated, with rt disagreeable
smile, "Francis? Well, Den-ham.
I am Francis. "
"I think you aro making n mistake,
Briarfleld, " said I coldly, ' ' Your broth?
cr Francis slept at tho ten inu last
"I slcnt in this house. M
"I qnito bollovo that. But you ore
"Oh," said Briarflold, bursting into
a harsh laugh, "I seo you aro making
tho inevitable mlstako of mixing mo up
with my brother. It is pardonable under
tho circumstances; otherwise I
might rcsout your plain speaking. "
Tho assurance of tho man was so
that I wondered if he knew that
his secret was safo by tho death of his
brother. Such knowledgo would account
for his complacency. Yet it was quite
impossible that he could know of tbo
death, as. ho certainly had not been to
tho inn. I knew that from my own
"If you ore Francis,'" said i slowly,
"you aro engaged to Miss Bellin. "
"I nm," ho answered haughtily,
"but by what right yon"
"One moment, Mr. Briarfleld. Miss
Bellin gavo her lover Francis a pearl
ring. I do not see it oil your finger. "
Ho glanced down at his baud and
"I lost it," ho muttered "I lost it
some timo ago."
"That is not truol"
"Do you dare to"
"I dare anything in connection with
what I know to bo a fraud. You nro
passing yourself off as your brother
"By what right do you make this
"From what Francis told mo last
"But 1 tell yon I uui Francis," he
said savagely. "Don't I know my own
"If you aro the man you assert yourself
to be, whero is tlto pearl ring?"
"I lost it"
"You did not You never bad it I
saw it on tho finger of Francis no later
than last night"
"I think yon ore mad, Dcnhnml"
said Felix, white with passion, "or olso
you mnst bo talking of Felix, who is in
"That untrnth will not serve," 1 said
coldly. "Felix is beforo mo, and Francis
is lying dead at tho Fen inn. "
"What! Francis dead?" ho cried unguardedly.
"Ah, you admit it is Francis?"
"No, I don't," ho retorted quickly.
"I only your words. What do
you mean by saying such a thing?"
For answer I rose from my beat and
mado for tho door. Tho farce wearied
"Whero aro you going, Denham?" ho
oskod, following mo up.
"For tho iwlice, " I answered, facing
him. "Yes, I nm determined to find
out tho mystery of Franci.i Briarfleld's
death. You, his brother, decline to help
mo, so I shall place tho matter in the
hands of tho authorities."
"Upon my soul, Denham," said F0'
lix, detaining me, "you nro cither mad
or drum:. I ueclnro most solemnly that
lam Francis Briarfleld.. From this story
of yours I should think it wns my broth
er Folix who is dead, did I not know
ho is in Paris?"
"A flno story, but it does not impose
on mo," l nnsweieu scofflngly. "Listen
to mo, Briarfleld. Your brother Francis
went ont to South America somo six
months ago. Befort) ho went ho was en
gaged to Miss Bellin Tho mother
would not hear of tho marringo, so the
engagement was kept quiet You nlouo
know of it and took ndvnutngo of such
knowledge to suppress tho letters sent
to Miss Bellin through yon by Francis
and represent yourself to Olivia as
her lover returned three mouths beforo
his timo. You, Iqulto bellove, nro sup'
posed to bo in Paris, so that you may
tho morp easily carry out tho game. "
"This is mere rating."
"It is the truth, and you know it
As Miss Bellin did not answer his let
ters, rrnucis thought soiue.'liing was
wrong and returned homo. Afraid lest
ho should fiiA out your plot, you asked
him to meet you at tho Feu inn, and
thcro cither intended to throw yourself
on his mercy or to murder him."
"Murdor himl" ho lepeatcd fiercely
"It is falsol '
"That will bo for tho jxillctj to determine."
"But surely, Denham, you don't intend
to inform tbo police?"
"I nm going to do so now. "
Folix seized mo by tho arm1 nnd dragi
god mo back to my seat Ho was now
much ngltated, but mado every effort to
restrain his emotion.
"Sit down," ho said in a hoarse tone.
"You do mo wrong, Denham on my
soul you do mo wrong. I was engaged,
I am engaged, to Olivia Bollin. Her
mother consented to our engagement
after I returned to England thrco mouths
ago. Felix, I believe, is in Paris. I
"Hit Join," he mid In a liixntc tone.
don't know whom you mot at tbo inn last
night It was not I It could not have
been Felix. Thcro was no appointment
between ns. I am not masquerading ns
Francis bocnuso I am Francis."
"I don't boliovo you. "
"You must! I cnu bring forward
witnesses to provo my identity!"
"Thoy may bo milled by tbo
Remember, you and Francis are
"I Bald boforo, and 1 say it again,
you nro madl" ho cried, roughly casting
mo off. "Whoever heard of an appointment
being mado at a mined inu? No
ono has lived thcro for mouths. Ask
nuyouo in Mnrshmiustcr, mid thoy will
.toll yon so. "
"Strcnt and ids daughter Itoso" I
began, when ho cut mo short j
"Who nro they? I UOVcr heard of I
them. They ore figments of somo dream. I
louweui imoumtn.iira.jnu iwwiiK.it.
nnd dreamed all this. "
"You don't bollovo my story?"
"Not ono word, " said Folix coolly,
looking mo straight in the face.
Then I don't bcliovo ono word of,
yours," J cried, jumping up. "Let us,
place the matter in" tho hands of tho
authorities nnd seo who will bo
"What aro you going to say, Denham?"
"Soy? That Francis Briarfleld has
died in tho Feu inn. "
"You won't bcliovo that I am Francis?"
ho said, evidently making some resolve.
"No. You nro Fcllxl"
"Ono moment, "bo said, going to tho
door. "I shall prove my identity and in
a manner that will admit of no denial "
With that he vanished, and I waited
to seo what further evidence bo would
bring forward to back up bis imposture.
TO HE CONTINUED.
Healing a Feud.
(Detroit Vm Vmt.
As I sat in a cobbler's shop in a little
mountain town to get my shoes repaired,
a native camo in who was addressed
as Mr. Sammis, and after some general
talk the cobbler inquired:
"Any mo killin's of late?"
"No, no mo' killin's," was the reply
"Bat thar will bo?"
"Yo' gwine to kill olo man Blake, I
"Yes, I'm a layin' fnr him, drat hi
I understood from tbo above that ft
was a case of family feud, and as Mr.
Sammis looked like n
man I ventured to ask him some lead
"Yo' see, it was this way," bo slowly
replied. '"About six of us was gwine
homo together ono evonin' on hoes
back. The ole man Blake was one of
ns. By and by be takes ont a bottle o'
whisky and says to Sam Davis: 'Sam,
wet, yo'r wbistlo." Sam ho wet. Then
he says to Bill White: 'Bill, wet yo'r
whistle.' Bill he wet. And be said tbo
same to all tbo others except me. He
never axed me to wet my whistle, and I
didn't wet Consarn his pictur', but bo
meant to insult me and I'm gwine to
"Did you ever seek an explanation?"
"Of co's notl Thar can't be no expla
nation to it!"
"But I think thero can. Bid it ever
occur to you that Mr. Blake didn't
havo whisky enough to go around, and
that the bottle was empty before it got
"Shoo! I novcr thonght of that.
Doggone my hide, but that may bo the
"Has anyone been killed yet?"
"Well, I met a man they called
Blako down at the postoflice. He is an
oldish man with a scar on his cheek
and wears a fnr cap."
"That's the critter, and I'm gwine
right down tbar and pick a fnsB with
"ion wait until 1 have asked him a
question or two and brought bis answers."
I went down street and found Mr.
Blake in a store. As soon as I conld
get opportunity 1 asked him if be re
membered the circumstance, and
"Now, Mr, Blake, why didn't yon
ask Jim Sammis to wet his whistle as
well as tbo others?"
"Bckoso I couldn't," boreplied. "Ar-ter
Sam Davis had wet, and Bill White
had wet, and Tom narper and Joe
Taylor and Cbarloy Brown had wet,
tbar wasn't even a decent smell o'
whisky left in the bottle, and I didn't
want to hurt Jim Sammis' tender feel-in's.
I was reckonin' on bavin' him
stop at the house and drink from the
jug, but bo dropped outer sight
Fifteon minntes later I had them together
and shaking hands, and when
all had been explained, Mr, Blake said:
"Jim Sammis, yo' fiery ole cuss,
oomo down to tbo tavern and wet yo'r
whistle, and stranger, yo' blamed redheaded
critter, come along with us, and
we'll feel so blamed good (bat this 'ere
town will bev to spread over two miles
of land to bold ua!"
knights of tih: maccaiikes.
The State Commander writes ns from
Lincoln, Nob., as follows; "After
other inediciues for what seemed
to be a very obstinate cough in pur two
children 'wo tried Dr. King's Now Discovery,
and at the end of two days tho
cough entirely left them. Wo will not
bo without it hereafter, as our experi.
ence proves that it cures where all other
remedies fail." Signed F. W.
State Com. Why not give this
great medicine a trial as it is guaranteed
and trial bottles aro freo at tbo
drug stores of Z. Wayne Grillln & Bro.,
Hartford, and R. T. Taylor, Beaver
Dam? Regular size 50o. and $1.00.
Christmas Cake. .
Cream two pounds of buttor, then
add two pounds of sugar, and beat tbo
two well together. Beat two dozen
eggs, tbo white and yollow separately,
and beat tlioso into tbo sugar and butter.
Then beat in two pounds of flour
mixed with four tcaspoonfuls of baking
powder, Add two table-spoonfuls of
cinnamon, two tea-spoonfuls o! doves,
four nutmegs, a littlo mace. Dredge
four pounds of raisins; four pounds of
currants; ono pound of citron; quarter
of a pound of candled orango peel;
quarter of pound of candiod lemon; one
pound blanobed almonds chopped; two
tumblers of whisky and ono tumbler
of sherry wine. Bake very slowly for
five or six hours. Fur a small cako only
uso half the reolpe.
Dr. Boll's Pino Tar Honey is
from all other cough remedies. It
cures by allaying tbo Inflammation and
giving tono, strength, vigor and vitality
to tho respiratory organs.
Guaranteed ly Z, Wayne Griffin & nro , Hartford;
Jno. X. Taylor, Cromwell; J.M. Kaglaml,
Roilne; V. 1). 1'ulkcrtou. Ceralvo; Dr. O. V,
Chapman, Centertowu; J, U. Mtildox, 1'olnt
I'leaiaiit; A. 8. Aull, Sulphur ftprltiga; Kcnfrow
lirua , Narrows,
A WOMAN'S STORY,
TII15 WONDKllFUL NAUUATIVKOF A
"w A Youb Woman Wu Cured of
" Terrible Malaily When She W
Near the llrlnk of the Grave.
,mm .,,. ,,,,. Slln ,
Tbo large, pretentions briok residence
at 80 Miami avenue, in this oity,
is tbo homo of tho heroine of this in-
tercsting story. Sho is Miss Margaret
fcjtonuangu, anu nor interesting
experienced duVing tbo past fonr
years aro published bore for the
Miss Stonbangh is aprotty girl of
about 20 years and is to-day the true
picture of tho ideal, hcaltby,robust and
jovial American girl. She was not always
so, as is proven by tbo accompanying
statement made by ber.
"Fonr years ago," sho said, "I was a
sufferer in all that tbo term implies,
and novcr thought of being as healthy
as I am to day. Why, at that timo, I
was snob a scrawny, puny little midget,
pale and emaciated by an ailment peculiar
to us women, that my fathor and
mother gave me up to die. Tbo local
practitioner, whose name was Dr,
Glassford, (I was at that time living at
Scotland, Out.,) said it was only a
matter of days when I would 'bo laid
away in tbo churchyard. I was so in
formed, and as I was bucIi a sufferer I
cared nothing whatever wbotber I lived
or died; in fact, think I would havo
preferred the latter.
"I conld not walk. I became so weak,
nnd regularly every night my father
used to carry me up stairs to my room.
I can distinctly remember my telling
bim that bo wouldn't have to carry me
about mnch longer, and how he said,
while tbo tears glistened in bis eyes,
that he would be willing to do it always,
if be could only have me with him.
"it was evidently foreordained that I
should not die at tbat particular time,
as a miracnlons transformation in my
condition was the talk of tho neighborhood.
"I read, or was told by somebody, of
the wonderful cures tbat were being
wrought by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People, and my father went'to
Brundford, whero be purchased a conplo
of boxes from W. Wallace. I commenced
taking them, and I thought for a
time that they did me no good, as they
made me sick at first, but very shortly
I noticed n great change. Tbey began
to act on my "trouble, and in tbo short
space of six weeks I was ablo to walk.
I continued taking tbe pills, and in six
months I was in tbo condition you see
mo now. I fully believe tbat tbey
alone fayed me from the crave, and
yon will always find myself nnd balanco
of our family ready to talk about the
good Dr. Williams' Pink Pills did
"A short time ago I was feeling unwell.
Just slight derangement,
and: I at onco bought a box of Pink
rilly, and commenced taking them. I
could actually feel the good results
after three pills, and I will recommend
tbem to anybody who is afilictcd asI
Sworn and subscribed to before me
this IStb day of December, 1803.
D. A. Delakkv, Notary Public,
Drnggiets say that Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills havo an enormous sale, and
that from all quarters come in glowing
reportsof tho excellent results following
their use. An analysis proves that they
contain in a condensed form all tbe
elements necessary to give new lifo and
richness to tbe blood and restore shattered
nerves. Tbey are an unfailing
speoifio for such diseases as locomotor
ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus'
danee, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism,
nervous headache, tbo after effects of
la grippe, palpitation of tbo heart, pale
and sallow complexions, tbat tired feeling
resulting from nervous prostration;
all diseases resulting from vitiated humors
in tho blood, such as scrofula,
chronic erysipelas, etc. Tbey are also
a specific for troubles peculiar to females,
such as snppressions, irregularities,
and all forms of weakness. In
men tbey effect a radical euro in all
cases arising from mental worry, overwork,
or excesses of whatever nature.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were first
oomponnded as a prescription, and
used as such in general practice by an
eminent physician. They aro now
manufactured by tho Dr. Williams
Mcdicino Company, Sobenectady, N.
Y and Brockville, Ontario, and are
sold in boxes (never in loose form by
tbo dozen or hundred, and tbe publio
aro cautioned against nnmerons imita
tions sold in this shape) at CO conts a
box, or six boxes for $2.50, and may bo
had of all druggists, or direct by mail
from Dr. Williams' Mcdicino Com
pany from either address.
Teople "who havo tried it saythat
there is no better medicine for
mu than Ayer a Harsaparilla. It may
not give ono tbo stomach of an ostrich,
but it so strengthens tho alimentary
organs that digestion of ordinary food
becomes easy and natural.
Concerning Dew Magistrates.
Tbo question as to when tbo magistrates
just elected will go into office is
attracting attention and discussion all
over tbe State. Undor tho old constitution,
tbo old magistrates were elected
to Bervo untilJuno 1, 1805. Tbo nw I
oouBtitullon in Section l)'J provides that
together with other officers named,
"thoro shall be in each Justice's District
one Juetico of tho Pcacoand one
Constable, who shall enter upon tho
discbargo ot tholr office on the first
Monday In January after tboir elcotion,
and continue in ofllco throo years, and
uniii uio election ana quaiiucaiioD 01
successors." Tbe liltu bection of tbo
Bobedulo provides, "all officers who
may be in ofllco at tho adoption of this
constitution, or who may bo elected
tbo election of their successors as
provided in this constitution, shall hold
their respective officers until tbeir
successors are elected, or appointed
and qualified as provided in
Tbo language is plain! and
unequivocal. Yet tho question is up
for discussion as to whether tbo Com.
The Hand of
To the Old Fogy, Mossbnek Furniture and Carpet Dcalcrtt and IiiBtullmunt
Joints in this city who aro vainly struggling to keep pace with uh. It was
foreordained that we should conquer, and the day of our triumph- is'at
hand. Original ideas, progressive methods, metropolitan comprehensiveness
characterize our business. Wo do what nobody else has dared attempt Vfa
make cash advances to any amount; sell for cash or any kind of credit ; exchange
new goods for old, and jmyfrciyM f' 100 miles from Louisville.
S. T. Moore Company,
JeffersoxL oixartQx IPdjeijlx,
monwcalth as represented in tho convention
and Legislature has tbe right
to curtail tbo term of otllce of these
Magistrates, who were elected and
commissioned to serve fonr years, dating
from June 1, 1891. Tbe questioned
should be settled at once, as important
measures will como before tbe Fiscal
Courts in tbo spring, and a board
whoso legal existence may be qnestion - l
ed, should not transact business of this
We understand some of the
tratesin this county havo announced)
!,.. l 1,M,1 n ,,! I
next Jnne, uuleso legal measures are
taken to prevent it.
A Grave Beneath the Blasted Tree.
The gravos of Walker Blaino and bis
sister, Mrs. Alice Stanwood Coppinger,
in Oak Hill cemetery, aro marked by
plain monuments, tbo 'first a round-topped
slab of marble, without a line of
ornamentation except the inscription.
This reads: "Walker Blaine, born in
Augusta, Me., May 18, 185S. Died in
Washington, January 13, 1890. "Tho
grave of Mrs. Coppinger is marked by
a Celtio cross about four feet high,
inscribed as follows: "Alice Stanwood,
daughter of James Q. Blaino and wife
of Col. J. J. Coppinger, U. S. A, Born
in AusneU.Me., March 17, 1800. Diod
in Washington, February 2,1890. Erected
by her sorrowing husband."
Over tho gravo of James G. Blaine
there is neither monument nor inscription,
save a small footstone with tbo
initials: "J. O. B." At the bead of
tbo gravo stands a blasted tree, which
is, in accordance wilh tho dead statesman's
wish, his only monument. The
tree was a magnificent hickory, one of
the many of its kind tbat divide the
honors of tho hillside with the
oaks that givo tho cometery its
Tbe absence of a monument is not a
sign of neglect,bnt was bis own request.
Upon the death of his favorite' son,
Walker Blaine, tbe then Secretary of
State selected a lot in Oak Hill cemetery,
one down tbo hill from the little
red sandstone chapel and overlooking
the waters of Rock creek. Here Walker
Blaine was bnricd, and when, not
long afterward,.Mr. Blaine's daughter,
Mrs. Coppinger, died, he bought tbe
adjoining lot, whero she was intorred.
On this lot there stood an old hickory
tree. It had been struck by lightning
some years before, and bad died at tbo
top, bat it was trimmed and revived,
and now bids fair to reach as green an
old ago as any other tree in the cemetery.
Mr. Blaino requested when he
bought tbe second lot that this tree
shonld never bo destroyed, and that
on his death he should be buried be
Pordiville Voting Precinct Divided.
Ohio Countt a.t
CKMBEIt TKBM, 1894.; DCl'
December 3, 1894.
It appearing to tbo satisfaction of tbe
conrt tbat tbero wore more than throe
hundred and fifty votes cast in Fords-
ville voting precinct at tno last (No
vember 1894) regular election; it is
therefore ordered tbat said precinct
bo and tbo samo is hereby divided into
two voting precincts by a liuo beginning '
with tbo Hartford, nines Mill
and FordBville road at tbe Magan precinct
lino, near bridgo at Joe Smith's,
thence with said road to tho corporate
limits of the town of Fordsville, thenco
with Hartford street in said town to its
intersection with Main street, thence
West with Main street to its intersection
witb Walnnt street; thenco North
with Walnut streot to tbe corporate
limits of tbe town of Fordsville: thence
with tho Fordsvillo and Friendship
road to tho Hancock county lino. All
of the present Fordsvillo voting pre
oinct on tho East of said division line
shall constitute one voting preeinot and
tbo voting place therein shall bo in tbo
town of Fordsville and tbe name thoro
of shall be "East Fordsvillo."
All tbat portion of tbe nrescnt Fords
villa voting precinct on tbo West of
said division lino shall constitute another
oi said voting precincts' and the
nome thereof shall bo "WestFordsvillo"
and tho voting place therein shall be in
tbe town of Fordsville.
A copy. Attest:
Clerk Ohio County Court.
By h. M. Rbndeb, D. 0.
Two per sons took sixty chickens to
BMjcetf Ono eold big thirty chickens
at tbo rate of three (or a dollar. Tbo
othor sold bis, thirty cbiokons ot tbo
rato of two for a dollar. Tho merchant
said: "Two ohiclcena for one dollar and
three obickons for ono dollar is five
chickens for two dollars. Five in sixty
twelvo times and twelvo times two are
twenty-four dollars; divide it to suit
yourBe,ve8. TUe two perg0U8 c,oim
tbut tbo merchant obcated them oat oi
a dollar.btit are unable to tell how, Can
you explain the merchant's mistake,
if there was ono muder Exchange.
Everybody knows tbat tbe conditions
for health are not favorablo when tbe
stomach, liver and bowels are disorder,
ed. In such cases, headache, indigestion
and constipation aro tbe result;
for all wbiob ailments tbo proper
Is Ayor'a Cathartic Pills.
Statu ok Kkxtuckv,
Ohio Coi'xtv Couut, Fct.
DktkmiikkTkkm, 189-1. j
UlX'KMIIKIt 3, 18!) I.
E. li. Pendleton and others
having heretofore lodged with
the Judge of this court 11
tion for an election to be held
t, t f r!U.tfonl
. . ., f, , ,' ,
SUailt tO tllO CllMlCrill 1OClll
Option Law, said petition is
now tiled oi record, and said
petitioners having . deposited
sufficient money with the
Judge of this Court to defray
expenses hereof and of said
election, it is therefore "ordered
that tho Sheriff of Ohio
county he and he is hereby
directed to open a poll at each
voting place in tho town of
Hartford, Kentucky, on tho
30th day of January, 18S)o, to
tako tho sense of tho legal
voters of said town whether or
not spirituous, vinous and.
malt liquors shall bo sold in I
said town and whether or not1
lin lniv in lorrm iiiYtliilh!
iting the sale, barter and loan
of and traflio in such liquors
in said town shall become inoperative.
Tho Clerk of this
court is directed to prepare
poll books and ballots, for said
election as directed by law.
Tho Sheriff will advertise said
election as required by law.
A Copy. Attest:
R. irouiuook, Clerk.
By L. M. Rkkdkii, D. C.
Pursuant to an order of the
Ohio County Court, there
will Ik) opened u, poll in
each of the voting precincts
in Hartford, Kentucky, on tho
30th day of January, 18!)."5, between
tho hours of 7 o'clock,
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., to
tako tho sense of legal voters
in said town on tho question
whether or not tho local law
now in forco prohibiting the
sale of spirituous, vinous and
malt liquors in said town,
shall become inoperative
This December, 11, 1801.
J. P. Stbvkns,
Sheriff Ohio County.
Report of district No. CO for the
month ending Nov. 27, 1894: Cora
Allen 100, Qoorgio Firtlo 100, lneey
York 100, Mattie Pirtlo 100, Susie Duke
04, Mable Dude 03. Effie York 03, An
nio Gricsbv 01. Attha Allen 01. Eddie
York 00, Jas. Allen 01, Henry Pirtlo 02,
Olarance Allen 01, Antbor York 01,
Maggie Sutton 07. Nora Dnko 00, Iva
Vance 00, Nannie Orowder 05, Ciarenoe
Howard 03, 8tevio Grigsby 02, Ollle
York 100. Estill Allen 00 Roscoo Willis
07, Leo Dnko 85, Iosey Duke oOl, Tom
Sutton 85 Willie Howard 84, Wilbor
Vance 03. A. H. Johnston, Tcacbor.
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