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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894040601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tf tf - I ,i..n rrrrnf T -1 I ate 3bQS The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magazine, for only $2.00. JO, 8, ROGERS, The Habteot) Republican. j T" OFFICIAL 0R0AK OF 'Hie !Tr?tn to ix i:iil ' 'ouriov-tfji'uM'i- si bolh one year for ly $1.75. ISRHS-S1.2S on- Fabliiher. M FARITJFU. tva FOURTH COHQRESSIOK.L EISIEIR. ? Annan, la Airanei. VOL. VI. ? I.UVIIIVILLB.NT. LotiiTilli. BCHEDUI.K HARTFORD, KY., FHDAY, APRIL i 6, 1894. NO. 36. A TEX. K. H & HliLADY. Si, Luii mi illi i; DHy. , Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ATLANTAfONSTlTUTION IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1M1. No,M, No.61, WEST HOUND. Lt. Writ Point Hnniientjitrg IrvlnKton rpheniport Cloferport DHy. T.tts.m. i.Mp.m. .U.m. 7.20 p.m. .U.m. " J.07 p. m. np.m. RoYal s&&m A FORCED VACATION. Iir BOHEMIAN. Baking Powder In my poor cot there dwellcth not laces A lady lulled And satins fmcTflone such as mine, But very sweeahcr face is: .For God when filft her hetrt did beat, Smiled on hcrnceand made itsweet. ij-- , IO.JS m. .21 p. ro. IIwe.Tlll... Kewisport Ownbnro HpotliTille Ar. Hmi Jf r.o EAST BOUND. p.m. llill.in. 10 10 p.m. 11 Ms.m. W.Mp.w. - m. Hill p. m- l WMs.m. P- 0.46 She'robeth not Mr dear self in ! P- - l.M p. m. U No. 82, . m. No. 64, ABSOLUTELY PURE "Then it would bo all up with me," confessed Meekly. "Why?" with u pretty uplifting of tho brows. "Well, I know tho old gentleman, Lt. Ilendtrnon 0.sro. UnLport lUwtMlIU Clof rrport BpotUtllle - Uiljr Dlljr. Til5s.m. 3:18p.m l.lTs.m. 3 37 p.m. a 47 . ..... m. M p. m. Mp.m p.m One day Old Skinflint called his .1p.m. clerk, Mr. Meekly, Into the private Btphenpor'. - 7P P' lrilngton Meekly trembled with p. m. sanctum. . U: Ilrndenliiirg .....- M P " fond anticipation. To bo summoned " !' " Wt Point Ar. Uoul.fllle r l.oop.m. 0.08 p.m. before tho head of the houso YIj?aYi unexpected honor. It either uioaiit connection No. 62 Tln No. 81 snd exiell)rn.kn lrlii uu n miso of salary or an Interest in with lrilngton (Btin.l J 10 01 H-- JS.m. . m- tis.m. m. 8.57 p. m Rare gowns ofvuccnly splendor, She hath won alioat she would win A hearts' loveloyal, tender, She if? not rlch,;hd yet I know One kiss of lbva.has made her so. No jewels glitter on hpr hinds, Or e'er to love.betrayed her, Of all the ladies off the lands, She's just tuvCod hath made her, For when He, made the morning, He Made one' rose for Himselt and me. And close beside wy heatt I wear That flower tkarjfadeth never. And if I nrav.l!tisj)ut this prayer fceen-.- t . m- - and" 1 -- Louln-ll- l, wr.t lunil. llr.llnlnirir A Wetern It. B, e.il Fur lurth.r hformtflon, illr. MOHDUK, (If ii. IVr Ag't. II. O, n.. tho firm. Meekly beamed ul) over. At Inst merit was to be rewarded. K). I t WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON 0WENSB0R0 C.Theo.Cain, For the final and iloii Ariutie Work, any site or ttyle. Fredcrira &t. , 6mS7 3rd and 4th. Cotton Belt Route Louis Southwestern Ry.) (St. Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE With through Car Service Irom TO mempei uuiM nml No change ol Cora to Ott INTEKMKDITE POINTS. Two Daily Tj aifs Carrying tlirougli CoachcH Traveling Pullman Slccpero. fiucst farming, grazing sml timhcr no lauds. And reaching tho most towns and cities in tho pros-jiero- tl' N Accordingly, he ussumed u deferential attitude, running over in Iris mind how ho should say in n deprecating manner: "Ohl Mr. Skinflint, this Is tot) much honor it is so unexpected, Skinflint let him 6tund this way for a few minutes. It was ulwnys Skinflint's practice to permit his clerks to remain expectantly before him. lie would pay no nttention to them for a time, as though they wcro so minute that he could not sco them. Whether he real I v took pleasure in this, or whether ho was ulways very busy whenever any clerk happened to cu- -' tor, cannot be stated. However, had hoover seen fit to address an employe as a gentleniin would have addressed another the employe would have had n fit. On this particular occasion Skinflint kept Meekly waiting about five minutes. The young man shifted his feet impatiently,, he even ventured to clear his throat, thinking that it was barely iKJS.slblo that Skinflint had not heard him. He studied the carpet; he studied the celling, and he studied tho floor. He rested first on one leg and then on tho other. If ho had had all the legs of a centipede hn would linvc taken turns on them, mid, under tho nature was really unkind, considering the relations between employer and employe, that she did not furnish Skinflint's employes with all thco appendages. But finally, after Meekly had become $o nervous that the room seemed to turn around, Skinflint wheeled in his chair, looked tho clerk firmly in tho face, and said: etc." "You know him?" "Yes, I work for him." "Oh, you are at tho'bank?" "Yes." And Meekly gave her a history of tils forced vacation. Sho listened with ready sympathy. At tho conclusion of tho narrative she remarked: "Well, I always know that papa was mean. Why just think, Mr. Meekly, last winter I asked him for a sealskin sacquc that cost eight hundred dollars and ho brought mo one that cost seven hundred dollars. You arc right. If you ask him for my hand he would prob-nbl- v eTo hatGJerorever, - But lo, my lady comes, and she, Bring her roses of love to me. industrious man and a christian gentleman and his long and useful life was passed in making those around him ns happy as those of his own household, and his loss to society and the community is irreparable. During the fall of 1891 Mr. Ford had a severe atlact of sickness, caused by overwork and it is thought by some that he never fully recovered from this sickness. About four week before his death he was taken sick with la grippe, which terminated in pneumonia and heart trouble was the ultimate cause of his death. On Sunday the 25th, his funeral sermon was preached at his home by Rev. R. T. Bruner. After service! the Masonic fraternity took charge of hU remalus and after laying them by the side of his first wife in the family tgrave jrard performed,, the, last-sarites of that order over his grave Weak Lungs may be inherited not Consumption. Thin, narrow-loo- k chested children arc the ones to out for. Everybody with a tendency toward Weak Lungs should take Scott's Emulsion of endorse it. r Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and It builds up the system. Cures Coughs, Colds and Wasting Diseases. Physicians, the world over, Cod-live- soda. Hereditary Weakness and all Blood Diseases are cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION, lt is a food rich in nourishment. v- - Prepared A by Scott Bowne.l. Y. Druggists tell It - ivjMafe. " It'll Irom thftNttimp. SHELUV SENTINKU i Forbes. A TAKING VACAnCff. m PrnyltiB Itonm For Itoporlrrn. COURIER-JOURNA- refuse." "Yes, and fire me!" "I don't seo any harm In your liking me, Mr. Meekry." "Couldn't help It to save my life." "Aud I wouldn't have you meet with a mishap on my account." "My If you were to ask mo I'd clopel" "Hy Jove, wouM you? Wouldn't I bo getting even with tho old man? "So darling" Wouldn't "Mr. Meekly!" "I mean wouldn't It be glorious to hold this little kand forever and guzo into those bluo oyes always?" "Oli! Mr. Meekly!" About a month later Meekly to tho bank. As he was entering he met his employer. "So you've got back?" said tho latter. "How havo you wasted your time?" "I spent my timo getting married, sir." "Humph! Whom did you marry?" I" "Your daughter, sir." "What?" "There, don't hit me! You seo tlint I havo a heavy stick, too. Yes, she's n charming lady, and I fell in love with her. She liked me, and wo concluded that It would bo unnecessary to ask your permission, knowing that you would refuse. On, the whole, I havo to iliank you very much for a vacation which enabled mo to meet tho loveliest girl in tho world. You wcro tho indirect ngent of my happiness. Of course I am awaro that you will disinherit 3'our daughter, and that you will fire me from the bank. However, I am pleased to say that I havo another position promised me, and I Great Southwest. Yeildinp ahundaut-- j all thu ceicala, corn and cotton, nnd especially adajitctl to tho cultivation of small Ir.iits and car) vcpctahlee, Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during nlmnst thr entire year, aud comparatively cIoeo tn tho great markets. TIMBER1.ANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests of yellow piuc, cypress and the haul wooth commnu to Arkansas und Eastern Texas. Can bo procured on rcaronahle aud advantageous terms. All HnrN'eonnrrl Willi nul elHon nnlclnfho "FARMING LANDS. "Well?" was not so much tho manner as the tone Und Meekly forthwith began to tremble. "You sent for me?'vhe stam- It y mered. "I did. I believe that you have been employed by this house many years, Mr. what is your name?" "Meekly, sir." "Ah, Weekly." Meekly did not offer to correct him. The interview opened in npromisingmauuer. Skinflint had referred to tho fact that ho had been there a long time. Surely now would come tho reward of think that wo will bo quite Independent of you and wo will surely lovo each other very much. Now, sir, you have tho whole history. What aro you going to do nbout It?" tinolrh Cotton Belt Route Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for maps, 1 mo tables, etc., aud write, to any of tho following for all information you may desire concerning the trip to tbo Great Southwest. 1 merit. "As I said, Mr. Weekly, you Imvo been here for some time?" "Yes, slrj ten years." "And, I dure sav, have been a faithful employe, Mr. Whcatly?" "I have tried to do my duty, sir," was the reply. "Yes, yes! Now, Mr. Whltely," don't you think that in view of theso years of faithful service that you a vacation?" de-ser- R. T.Q.MATTHEWS, Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillc, Ky. E. W. LaBE AUME, G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Gen'l Supt., Texarkano, T'X. J. A. EDSON, Meckly's hopes fell. Ho had exHowever, a pected promotion. was better than nothing. So he plucked up heart to answer: "It would gratify me, sir, if you should sco fit to so favor me." "Humph! Well, Mr. Watly, beginning next Monday, you can havo six weeks' vacation." "Oil, sir, this is too much. Your kindness" C.O. & , i. C ft ' v 1 17 tit fc f r of his employer had overwhelmed him- - Finally he-- pulled himself to gothcr aud determined to go to a cheap lakeside resort. With econCIN. omy, Ills savings would tide him EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, through tho six weeks. ANDALLPOINS EAST. Accordingly, Meekly repaired to a certain resort in northern Michigan, TO whero tho people who cannot afford Memphis, Vicksburg, New Or- - to go to the seasldo and who assert that they prefer tho lako breezes to AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. tho sea breezes congregate. For a day or two ho wandered around aimTO lessly, and then one, bright morning Chicago, he'was introduced by a friend on thd Cairo, St- Louis, vornndu of tho hotel to a young lady. AND ALL POINTS NORTH She was potito, protty, with an AND WEST. engaging smile, and ultogothor a most dcsirablo porson to culConnecting at Memphis with through tivate. This first impression wai trains to all points in later emphasized In Meckly's mind when ho found out that she was tho daughter of his employer who had so generously given him a vacation. Rates, Tickets, and all information Forthwith ho began to cultlvato tho will be furnished on application to young woman and found that sho was bright Intellectually as sho was your nearest ticket agent. pretty. Now Meekly always, was a T. B. LYNCH, susceptible person, and tho immeG. P. A., Douisville. Ky. diate proximity of such an attractive young woman sot his fancy roving. Tho firs't day ho liked herj It's just as easy to try One Minute! after that ho lost his head. One day, CoughCureas auytinng-us- e, however, ho finally summoned up, easier to cure a severe cold or cough sufficient courngo to confess to her with it Let your next purchase fora what was in his heart. Tho young' dough be One Minute Cough Cure. lady blushed and said promptly, as Better medicine; better result; better though accustomed to such over turcs; "Ask jiapa." try it. L. B. Bean. (Tho Mississippi Valley Route.) TO &S.W.R.R. "Of course, tho times aro hard, Mr. Wortly." "I know that, sir." "So your pay will bo discontinued whllo you aro off. Good day, sir!" Meekly managed to crawl out of tho office someho'w.' Thd1 generosity Arkansas and Texas us No one would have known Meekly as ho spoke. Ho looked quite fiery and capable of resisting any attempt at personal violence. Old Skinflint sputtered and puffed and acted a good deal like a wlialo that was suffocating. "Do, you villain! You scoundrell" "Do? Como in tho ho shouted. bank and I'll promote you. You dared defy mo and tell mo to go to thunder. You rascal! take tho girl. You havo tho proper spirit. I elopod with her mother in old Kentucky, and they chased us with shotguns. You're twice tho man I thought you were. If you had crawled before mo and asked for my forgivoness, I'd kicked you out. Como in, and I'll look out for tho future of both of you." The employes wero a great deal astonished to sco Meekly return with their employer, who was chuckling and beaming with satisfaction. But Iutcr thoy learned of tho whole affair, and thoy gazed with envious oyes upon tho young man. Meekly found in his wife all thoso virtues which aro de- 600. sirable in woman, and soon it beIn August 1884 Mr. Ford' married came appareut that old Skinflint Miss" Rachel' 'ABruner, of .near was really proud ofhls.son-iu-law- . Leitchfield, ""(JraywnT county, who Detroit Frco Press? died in September 1888. (N THAT OASE-WH- AT? Mr. Ford raised a large family of r An Actor Who Did Not Want to Be children, who move in the highest Led Into Possible Difficulty. local society. His oldest son, Shelby Maurice Barrymoro, the actor, is Ford, is a successfullfarmer, nursury-ma- n a great, wit and wag, and at sharp Another son, and stockman. repartee ho Is wonderfully clever. Dr. Ed Ford, is a rising young physiOno of tho acquaintances ho made at Charley a hotel bar recently is a dapper lit- cian of Fordsville. Another, at Fordswho is agent for a cer- Ford, is deputy tle Hebrew tain brand of champagne and Is con- ville, and another, Willie, i a promHis oldest stantly pushing its sale. Barrymoro ising young fanner. liked tho ngent and ho liked his daughter is the wife of John T. Smith wine, and tho Wo cracked mony a Jr., Bankbottlo together. Ono tiny not long ing Company. Another daughter is ago tho ngent approacfiectHhc actor wedded to a prosperous young farmer in a confidential manner, and, butand nt the time of his death his two tonholing him aside, said: "Barry, I havo got a now schomo single daughters were making their and you can help mo lirit ifyau wllL" homes with him. "Certainly, my boy. What is lt?" Mr. Fcrd was well known in HartN replied Barrymoro. ford, Cloverport and Owensboro, "Well, as u sort of a sklo lino I where he had relatives and where havo tnkcu tho agency of tho skoodlo for nmny years he had transacted buswater, a very fine bovorago." Hartford, for years, .he "That's all right, okl man, but iness and at has been a juryman in the County what havo I..to do with water?" "Nothing, .Barry; but you can aud'Circuit Courts. help me in this way: Somotimes you He was a brother ot John Ford, Jr., aro out with o party and feci, liko living near Owensboro and Clisha chopping offpn wln'o and drinking M. Ford from whom Fordsvslle desomething else. At such times you rived its name and afterwards for could assist mo by saying to tho barin business at keeper; 'Have you any skoodlo many years prominent Hartford and a brother of the first " wuter?' "Yes," said Barrymoro, "but sup wife of William Witt, of Cloverport. Harvey T, Ford was an honest and poso ho has?" Chicago Post. arm-in-ar, Post-mastPresident-oftheFdrdsville A numberof very pious persons who Up in Woodward county they are are holding a religious revival in New anexcecdingly'interestingrace having for county officers, and at Versailles York have suggested the establishfor reporters. the other day the varjous candidates ment of n praying-rootook the stump to advocate their The plan istoestablishachristain press claims. Col. Tobias Gibson, a can- clnb, endow it, r.o that reporters will didate for County Attorney, dilated on be at no expense for the club, and to his war record and made nn appeal make a feature of the club the praying-roowhere reporters may go and for the "soldier vote." When W. O. Davis, his opponent, qame to reply, quietly pour out their griefs and ask he made one of the brightest hits it assistance. Now, this is practical Christianity. has been our good fortune to read, turned the war racket into ridicule, If there is anything reporters need it and elicited applause loud and long. is a free press club, with a ptaying-rooIt is to be hoped that the pious He spoke in this fashion: "I wis born on the i6th day of founders of the institution will not February, 1862, the very day that omit an endowment fund to provide Fort Donnelsott surrendered just as three square meals a day and an octhe echoes of the guns were dying casional change of linen. The reporter out along the Mississippi, the white who would join this club may be flag was run up, I sav that my ser - , counted on to beg a flask of rye, which vices were needed and immediately he will hide in some secret corner of the praying-room- , that he may exalt leaped into arms. I joined the infantry, and with the Rebel yell on his spirit to the proper pitch of hymy lips, attacked the breastworks. I pocrisy when hcretirestothc praying-rooto snivel and ask divine visenlisted for three score years and ten, or until the rebellion wasput down. itations upon the city editor who The second summer ot my campaign cuts his copy. A club like this is the crying need were trying days, but I gritted my teetli (what few I had) and I remarked of the age. New York is a wicked I would fight it out on thi line if it city, and the most ot its reporters are took all summer. Gen. Grant after- Buddhists, They should be brought and kept there ward heard of this remark and appro- into praying-room- s priated it. Though I was pressed until they see the error of their ways. It was a New York reporter of whom hard by the foe, yet I never surrendered, but reinforced on paragoric and is told the following affecting chestvermifuge, I came off victorious and nut: The reporter had been assigned lived to tell of the battles fought and to a revival meeting. Being a modvictories won: Col. 'Gibson appeals est man, and not accustomed' to the to tbosewho wore the gray to stand praying room, he kept himself quiet by him, but I make no such partisan in a remote part of the hous, wh'ere appeal. It matters not to me wheth- he might observe, without obtruding er you wore the blue or the gray, but on the revival part of the performance. to every comrade who wore a napkin But a long faced brother detected him and with mournful interest, asked: I appeal to stand by me." "My friend, are you a christian?" Will Davis is well known in Shelby-vill- e and none will enjoy his bright "No, I am a newspaper man," repartee more than his friends here. promptly replied the reporter. If his speech does not elect him, then So, it may be seen that the New the people of Woodford county have York reporters are in a benighted no appreciation of humor. state and needs the praying-roosadly. But, having some acquainnenlh or Jlarvcy T. Font. tance with him and his kind, we a well to do farmHarvey T. Ford, venture to suggest that our Christian er and highly respected citizen, living friends add another secluded rcom, two miles east of Fordsville, in this on Friday evening, and that it be well padded. For, if county, died by, any chance there should join this March 23d, 1894, in the 66tli year of club any reporter who pays his way his age. in Shelby county, and doesn't snivel, he will need He was born a piaying-roo- m, but a sweating- Keutucky, March 16th, 1829 and was not room. He will need it oftener In the youngest son 'of John Ford, a this charity press Sergeant in Governor Isaac Shelby's else on earth, and club than anywhere if he is a vigorous Kentucky Militia at the battle of the member of the proffession he is likely to make holes in the padding of Thames, October 5U1, 1813. In the year 1834 Harvey Ford came the room the first time that he enters reporter can it. Any with his father to the farm he died on. easily swear the bark off a hickory On Februrary the 13th, 1855 he married tree at twenty paces, eo the padding r. Miss Nancy Huff, who preceded him of the room should be of ranuary the 12th 1881. In theyear 1855 Then when a real reportersees a sniveling "journalist" enter the"praylng-roonuh- e Mr. Ford joined theBabtist Church at can quietly step into the othMount Pleasant and at the time of his er apartment and relieve his feelings death his membership was still with without interruption to the pious that church, now moved to Fordsville. meditations of the hypocrit across hall. About the time he joined the church the he also joined the Masonic fraternity at Fordsville, the Adams' ForkXodge, No. 179 now Fordsville Lodge No. m m sole-leathe- Telegraph Operator's Experience at a Little Country Stat'on. The telegraph operator, while sitting at his Instrument waiting for things to happen in different parts of the world, often entertains tho telegraph editor with incidents of his varied career, says tho Arizona Republican. Falling into a reminiscent mood he remarked: "I had a great time that vacation. I was working in Buffalo and was nearly worn out with a long stretch. I took a lay off to go down to tho beach for several weeks and thought I might get a light job In some station on tho Long Island railway to help out expenses. I applied for it aud got it without any trouble. I was stadoltioned at Brooklyn at flf o lars a month. My duties commenced at soven o'clock in tho morning and crided at uino o'clock at night; that is, my ticket-sellin- g duties. After that I had to make up my balance, and, If I got it tho first time, I could go to bed at midnight. Sometimes I found it in time to resume selling tickets tho next morning at seven. But that ticket selling! I novcr was so busy in all my life. A man would rush up to tho window, throw down a twenty aud yell: 'Give mo fourteen tickots and ten' I'd grab a bunch of tickets and empty out the cash drawer to him. That's tho way lt was for twelve hours. "On tho fourth day I sent in my resignation. Tho next day I teler graphed it in and that evening I asked the man whose place I was taking to go over tho ticket case with mo just for fun. Then I said: 'Lot's count tho cash.' Jr7o did so,' I and found it all in balance. stepped out for a minute, and I guess that fellow is waiting for me yet. That night I left for Buffalo and went back to my old job to get ty-flv- isC'jfrsiJzm l 7?k Flantattomtebni ptopU are oftea afflicted, aa Dr. when traveling In the aoutk. Their diseases vr a r a nstnfaL Many of them had what they cU4 "a rising under the jaw." TnU wM a swelling of the paratoid or gland. He used with them, invariably, his Golden Rellet As it relieved tho pain and reduced the swell in? almost immediately in every ease. they called it ' Golden Belief Quick." s not inappropriate name. 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Office, in County Attor ney's office, in Court House. .TNrTNrOTJTNrOEinVEEITNrT F THE OPENING OF TOE- . - Perry Westerfield, SfiN -- SESSION OF THE - Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PKACTIOAL INSTITUTE. mm ii-- s. W. H. BARNES HT UWj 'tTetro.'ULe't'rsr 1Q, 1894. Instruction Hartford, Ky. practice his profeseion in all WILL courts of Ohio and adjoioing counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. Expenses moat reasonable. Flans modern and progressive, thorough and practical. Advantage most excellent. School for the masses. A mimi Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Intermediate Department (Advanced Collegiate Department School 1 Common ( Primary .;... .$3 75 '. , J.,", ?....". 5 00 25 7 00 of Instruction iu Music and Art at Reasonable Rates. Board in best prjvato families per week, $2.00 to $2.25. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER BED FKOXT la prepared to do all kiads Dental work at reasonable' pries. i Tho teuton oflers unusual advantages to young men and women and especially to teachers. Our outline method of teaching secures to our students We kindly aud honestly solicit the pat tho une of any aod all ronage ot all seeking a thorough education, aud very decidedly guarantee satisfaction to all earnest students. For further information snd lor circulars or call on DORA E. UIBSON, Vice President E. Ii RAY, President. text-book- I 'vi -- irS f? 1fl jM .. "v, .'. "v lV -- -- 'tf. v .& .. ,i :.y iT.. . .m V J PRj!5T?55rVtH 'r$tKn uassaau3AAdauaauA.&teMJi mtiMaaAa3ttttaac2dKE Ul Hartiord Republican PUBU8HED EVIUtY FRIDAY MOKNIBO CO joT B. KOOKKH. . Editor nl 1'roptietuf. - FRIDAY, Al'RU. 6, 194- P i.s i;lrrtliu. For Comity Judge John P.Morton. . Republican Ticket. (I. N For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr For County Attorne-y- K P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown V. iilack. For Surveyor G. S. FiUhugli. For Coroner (J. C. Westerfield. For Sheriff Cal P. Keown. magistrates: w Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward. Ciomwell Jont II. Wilson. Fordsvillc Uuford B o o (A constiihi.u: Hartford Ilosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. D. Martin. Fordsvillc Buford PHILOSOPHERS SAY Heaven. The average head of the 8 There's no Eating in culinary department 8 O 00 3- - O hopes with the philosopher. But since we must the eat to live, lot's best. It is always the cheapest. Our line of is complote.andyou can Always depend on it et gro-cerl- es compliments (Jul. Wm. 0. Hiailloy in ihllonr: "The Republicans are eager for the (.itibcrnntorial fray. They are confident that in the present agitated state of the public mind they will stand a good chance of victory even in old Kentucky. Wanting, as they do, the Democrats for all the financial loss that has come upon us in the past twelve months, they expect to make the voters of this State believe that the Republican Governor would bring prosperity and liapluess to even the humblest home in the Commonwealth. "They are wiser in the choice of a candidate for Governor than in the selection of an issue. The public naturally turns to Col. Win. 0. Brac!-lca leader, not only in this State, but head and shoulders over every other Southern Republican in ability and high character. He might be tempted to lend the Republican hope in '95. and with his engaging personality and splendid talents he would be a competitor worthy of the steel ol the strongest man the Democrats could nominate. "The Critic loves "Wily" Bradley like a brother, and it would regret to see him the victim of Republican aspirations, but as the Democrats must teach his party in Kentucky a lesson of humility, let us pray that a thomghbred like "Hillv" Bradley be brought to the sacrificial tila He can be depended on to light to the last ditch, and when he does die, as he surely will, he will pass away with his boots on " y, Tun Louisville Oi7i GOSSIP. The Buffalo Times thus delivers itself as regards the "lien hussy business." ''But.'nfier nll.the worst husband in the world is not the man who gels mad. The most unhappy woman I ever knew was the wile of a man who never gets so far in his wrath as to say "A it," and who was never known to slam a door. He didn't drink; hedidu't gamble, and hedidn't even run after other women, but he snooped, and he sneaked, and he heti'liussitd, mid if Providence ever spared anything more disagreeble to have around than a man, I never ran across it This fellow was always on baud to find out just how many bars of soi p were used in the family washing and how much suga.' was put in rhubarb sauce. He counted out the grains ol codec to each serving, and favored dried apple pies. I was at home once on the Fourth of fuly, when he gave his children ten cents apiece for fireworks aud charg-i- t up on their good behavior account. "If I had been obliged to live in the same home with that man I should have accidently killed him while cleaning my gun. "And yet he never raised his voice nor so much as breathed hard in the whole course of his life". hen-huss- y oaid district to be bound ns follow i : Beginning at the bridge on the ueaver iMm and Hartloid Roid near i the Jerry Williams farm, thence with said road to the II. S. Midkiff farm, so as to include it, thence to the corner between the John Barnes nnd the Sam Sowdeis farms, thence f outli to and so as to include the C. O. & S. W. Railroad, thence East with said tailroad so as to include it nnd the Beaver Dam Hotel ptopcrty to the bridge over Muddy Creek, thence down said creek to the beginning. We further represent that the foregoing boundary embraces Common School District, No. 41, and parts of No. 10, the approval of a majority of the trustees of cacli ol which, as well as that ot the County Superintendent, is indorssJ hereon. We designate the lot in the town of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, in which the School-hous- e for District No. 41 now stands and the same located near the point where the North line ql the corporation of Beaver Dam crosses the Hartford and Cromwell road, ns the site of buildings for the proposed Graded Common School, and certify that said site is not mure than two and one-hal- f miles from any por-toi- n of the boundary of the proposed district. We respectfully subscribe ourselves to your petitoin this Jay of 1894. ,. r OLIVER CHILLED PLOW ! OVJESR 100,000 SC3IL.3D IN "5TESl2R.. BEST GENERAL PCUPOSE PLOW THE WORLD! i ., fiJAjv e f ' top q 0 wv e i .. There are Fifi?on (tea; ru why yju Slniild use Nothinj but tho O'iver Chilhd Plow: 1st. They are tho (rlginalnnd only genuine Chilled Plow made. s M -- . They an adapted to all kimUot Foil and will do (ir.'N'.la-- s work in snd or stubble !5d. The moiildbiiariU tiro thormijihly chilled, huve 110 suit spots 111 tlii'in, will icour 111 any mil, and will not wear out in ten years' ploung. 4th. Oliver's Chilled Molnl will no' corrode. The hcavipct rout ot rust ilmt can arcumulalo on it will lie entirely removed by 11 few minnies iim. and the moiilbuil will be as bn lit ai.d einonih its belore .r)th. The Oliver has a thoruimhceniiT draft, ruuu lighter than any other plow, and i under the ditect and complete control ol iho operator. niiirtites IS.h. The wood work being free lioin permits, easy, rapid and perfect udjiuluidit, eiihcr for two or ihrre hortos. np.ilr.-- , and i ,7th. The Oliver U economical when jour share is renewed you have un entirely new cutting edge. s'.iaro can bo 8th. The Oliver patent slip-tin- .: furnished when desired; n w ulerful avin device. !th. All parta of the Oliver ('hided Plows arc fitted over temp'utis at the work, liciice are onct -- No Fruit. thought that Jack Ftost, selfish unfeeling scamp that he h, has almost totally annihilated the fruit crop. No apples, no peaches, no plums nor strawberries, no nothing Through a summer devoid of these, life will have even more than ever of emptiness. V I low sad tho J. John J. Mitchell, S. I.. Mitchell, M. Hudson, J. H. Nave, Joseph H. Miller. C. M. Taylor, i Still Astir The interest in the Tennis Club continues toincrcase, alTRACY & SON. ready nine oung men have joined The petition to establish Graded and there are still others to follow. o Arrangements will be undent once Common School District as set out in The Democrats can't help nominat f ir the outfit and between these April the above is approved. p. ing Watt Hardin for Governor next showers the visitors to the city will J. B. Roocrs. n! it Billy year, and as sure as they do Supt. of Common Schools. 0) behold the boys prepirinr to be the Bradley will be the next Governor of We, the undersigned, being legal leading club of the county. the State. Trustees of Common School Districts . I.osi: a Pr.wyu. In the removal indicated below, nnd which, or parts It is well enough to have good of Willie Moore with his father's of which, are included in the proposof streets, but now that the season I CiyLook out for imitation plow point j nnd other extra. The ','eiitiine points nnd other repairs are made only family to Sulphur Springs the Hait- - ed Graded Common School District, the year when the streets should be by the OLIVER CHILLED PLOW" WOItKS. Smith Ifeiul, Iml.. lT. S. A. All other aro puri..iu. Remember ford Rase Hall Club loses one of its hereby approve the petition. very good anyway is almost at hand you get only the genuine points nnd other ro- R. P. Hocker Trustee District No. that the Oliver Chilled Plows aro the best in the world, mid most promising young players. He the total neglect or the walks at tLo Every GENUINE p lira, thus avoiding the ditnatUfaeiiun that U sure to follow tho u of the spurious extras. is not only a good base runner and 41. expense of the former is sheer folly. F. O. Austin Trustee Dristrict OLIVER CHILLED PLOW made at our lactory ami ln stenciled on thu wood work the inscription ".Manufieldej with fair ability at the bat, but 0 Give us less street patching and betfor one of his age has a wonderful No. 41. factured bv the Oliver Chilled PI . Work?, Snith Hand. Ii 1., U S. A." ter walks or else give us both. A. M. Miller Trustee District No. curve as a pitcher. With careful training and the strength n year or 10. Z, There is not a single Democrat in & G. II. Barnes Trustee District No. so will bring him he ought to be the whole Commonwealth but bemost formidable pitcher in the 10. the lieves that a change of administracountv. I. mill liirSnli'. Mic.vwnijR. hi;aw:k ham. .Vollrr-- J HiillI Voiir l.iillllilr.t QUARTERLY REPORT tion in State aflairs would subserve April 4. Rev. E. E. Pate filled his Having just rettirncl from Kansas, I hae the agency for the 'III). It K. ' CO the best interests of the people, and Common brliool I.int Section N.I. Of Hartford College will entertain regular appointment here Sunday I wish to dispos.0 o about oo acres Richmond Steam oi'jliii; Liu dry, which has Annual Census Its Character and many of them are now ready to en13 Friday evening, April 6, 1894. The night. A larje audience was present. of land in three or fTnir tracts and in been repiesented in this town for Penalty for Fraud o force that belief with a ballot. Look- Requirements duty of the Trustees proceeds will go for repairs of Chap- The R, 15. G's. were very suc- neighborhood of Grciu River Church. more than two years, ml has proven Bradley and the State It shall be the out for Billy Ol' Will sell sail land's cheap and on l to be a first class lailudry el Hall. Uuteitainmeut will begin cessful in their work Friday night. Those of each District, annually, during the Campaign of '9"). Miss Edna Griffin, of Hartford, took easy terms. I can be found by mail wanting work will do Veil to notify precisely at 7:30 p. m. Everybody month ot April, to take an exact ceninvited to attend. Tickets for reserv- dinner at the Austin House Sunday. at Cromwell and will bt ut my old inc. Office in I. IS. Stevens gro AtthooloBoof Business on A sus of the children that reside in such homestead 2 miles cast. Mrs. F.O. Austin anddaghters, Missed seats ate for sale at Williams & tho 23d day of Dccom-bor- , No other name thrills the hearts of District on cery. A l. .N M.I.. the first day of April, who U G C BuTi.r.n. es Attye and Nellie, were in Hattford Bell's drug store. Kentucky Republicans as that of the will be on the first day of 1803. July followlteHlhllriitt t'wtiiliililri. M'Ttlli. Saturday. I'KOCKAMMH Billy O. Bradley. ing, d between the ages of six and The members of the newly circled KUSOURCIvS. Mrs. J. P. McKcnncy returned front Good old times . Present Age of Wherever Billy Bradley's white hat twenty years, and on or before the The new Church on theY'oidsville Republican County Executive Com- Loans nud discounts, less Louisville Monday. Idleness. is there is the thickest of the fight first day of May report a and Dcirelts Ferry 10 id will be dedi mittee are called to meet in Hartford' loans to Directors . . J68.304.S0 list of the. CO Mr. J. Will Cooper and family, who cated 'on the Filth Sunday lin April Ship Ahoy. Gleaners. j.iiau.s 10 wircciois (oincers and the greatest party enthusiasm. same to the County Superintendent, on Saturday, Apr. 14. at one o'clock . not incltulcJ have been running the Hoarding House by Rev. B. F. Jenkins. Everybody . Music Miss Mabel Hubbard. 406.00 The indications now point to his uom and aduplicate list to theCounty Court for the purpose ol permanent organ-- ' Loans toOfiiccrs 400.00 Gipsy Fortune teller.Twilijrlit Bills. on Main Street, have moved to the is invited. A good time is anticipatination for Governor in 18'J."), next Clerk, to be filed in his office, speciuatiou.cUcliug Chairman and Secrc-- 1 Oveidrafts, secured . . '.937-3Mythology Series 1st. The Fates: country. ed. Come and bring your baskets tary aud transacting other important Overdrafts, unsecured . . 87 fying the name, age. sex and names year. His galhnt race agaiust 437.oo Mr. D. J. Coleman has moved into well filled. 2d, Artist Studio; 3d, Nymph Kgerie; Done by older of the business. In the meantime the vn- - ' Due from Nat. Hanks . . 5.9M.74 attracted the attention of the parents or guardians of each Due from St'c U'ks& the Boarding House recently vacated Committee. 4th School of Virgins. rious committeemen are lequested to Hanking house and lotH'k'rs 483. 2S of the wholo country, gained him the child, to be entered in a book furnish. . by Mr. J. Will Cooper. Cronothanato'ctrou, 3000.00 W. U. Oi.iuiAU, Pastor. send in their names and post office Stocks and Honds . . unbounded confidence of the people, ed him by the State, and kept as part '3-- 1. 67 Miss Fannie Barnes has been sick Admission 25 cents; reserved scats, of the records of th: office. Should A full Sccic addresses to the undersigned. De2,718.78 .Num-and made the very backbone of .for a few days, but is out again 2,260.00 said Trustees willfully add to the list 35 cents. attendance on the i.th is earnestly Currency I have just openyd a blacksmith mocracy quake with fear and trembA large party of girls went horseUxchanp;es for Clearings . 2.145.59 Xotlrp (11 AllliiiK'C Hen. shop at Yelscr's oldUtaiid on 'Market requested. W. A. Giiison, Other items carried as cash '.367.49 next year the names of persons not entitled to His nomination ling. back riding Sunday afternoon. The Farmers Alliance and Indusbe placed on same, or otherwise Pi:imv Vi:sTiiiti'ii:i.i, Street aud have ecllred the services Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 would inaugurate such u campaign as SCHOOL NOTKS. Taxes paid knowingly make a false list, such trial Union of Ohio County will meet Committeemen at taigc. of R. T. Twcddell, ne of the best '45-9We gladly welcomed Mr. tannic Kentucky has never witnessed and Current expenses . . persons thus offending shall, in addi- at Prentis, April the 12th and 13th, 1.088.50 horse shoers in WcstiVn Kentucky. Stewart in our midst again. would next to insure a sweeping Re- Other assets, debts in suit Cull, in tuijlask to sceScivcns' 69S.54 tion to being liable to punishment for 1S91. Uvery member and friend of J.UI. Hoovkk. Mr. I.ee Sanderfur was a new stu.11 ""Carson publican victory. for jjL'lil.i & the crime of false swearing, be subject the order is earnestly requested to Le dent Monday. $93.7oi.77 Co's. 34 4t to a fine of not less than fifty dollars, present. Bro. I.. M. Patterson, of I.IAHII.ITIHS. Prof. Ray has organized a teachers' Tiir. eyes of Republicans of the and should any other school officer be Point Pleasmt District Union, will paid o Fourth Congressional District are a party to such fraudulent list, or in be present and address the public at training class, which will prove very QUjlJiTKllL ) .11 1CPOUT Cap'l stock profitsin, incash. $30,000.00 Undivided o turned earnestly and eagerly to the 7,418.97 beneficial to those students who are Deposits subjectocheck(on. OF THU Of Other Modicinos Failed any way aid in the commission ot 3 o'clock, p. m., the 12th, on the busCO expecting to teach. which in. is not paid .' 56,069.79 Hon. John V. Lewis as the proper such fraud, he shall be liable to the iness of the Alliance. Hon. Jo. A. But Hood'o Sarsapnrllla Cavo Pog Due National Hanks. . . . The class in have al8i.6j rted Hoalth. man to carry the Republican banner same punishment. For a failure to Parker, ICditor of the Kentucky .Pop- most completed Due Stile banks and ban'is their work jn the 131.38 in the coming Congressional race. Mr. take such census and report the same ulist, and Seclretary and Treasurcrof text-book and will spend a few days Lewis is the peer of any man in the within the time and in the manner Kentucky State Union, will le pres- in '.ransactjng business $93,701.77 with each othStatu op Kiintuckv, ) &s State mid on the stump will be sim herein required, the Trustees shall be ent and address the public at night. er. Attyi:. Countv or Ohio, j liable to a fine of not less than twenty Everybody invited to be present, ply invincible. He has been a zealAt the Closo of Business on "Sain K. Cox, President of Hank ol WIInmii-KIi- ik. J. P. Millkr, Pres. F. A. & I. U dollars, and the said Trustees shall ous worker for tho party and Repub23d day ol DecemIlaitford, Ky., a Hank located and Mr. J. B. Wilson, of this place, and not take the census of any children licans all over tho District are clamdoing business in the town of Hartber, 1893. Miss Mabel King, Ceutertowu, were ford, in said county being duly sworn The time who have recently removed into the oring for his nomination. quitely married at the home of the says that the foregoing Report is in lias come to boin the political re- District, and who have been previously RESOURCES. bride Wednesday in the presence of a all respects a true statement of the reported in the census of the pupil Loans and Discounts, less demption of Kentucky and this good condition of the said Hank at the close few friends and relatives. Rev. A. B. o year of 181)4 will he a most auspicious children for the year in the District loans to Directors . . $54, 127.50 of business on the 23d day of Decern-bc- r, thevue xot only one that Smith pronounced the ceremony in a alikk blood modiclnos. There's from which they have removed, or Loans to uiiecioib (oincers 1893. to the best of his knowlasso and m unfailing In its ef- very impressive manner. The bridal beginning. Let John W. Lewis not included . 600,00 edge nnd belie!; and lurther says that U who had recently removed into the l fect that It van l yuarantcca to do nil Republican sisted hy others preach Overdralts, secured . . . thut's promised for it. That is Dr. Pierce's party left at once Jor Louisville and 1,412.00 the business of said Hank has been District from any other State or counJlodical Divcry. Overdraits, unsecured . . doesn't Frankfort. 56S.48 transacted at the location named, and doctiine over this Dintrict, in every ty, but any pupil chitJ who nny Ooldcn or euro, you have your If that bock. benefit money Due Iroiu National Hanks '5.759-not elsewhere; nnd that the above reIt's not liko tho MrsaparilUu or ordinary Court House and at every cross-road- s They will make their home in Hartnot have been reported in the DisDue from State banks nud port is made in compliance with nn Siring modlcino.1 They claim to do good in ford and for the present will take Arthur McConncll Ju. aud tho result will be anything but trict in which he resides may attend April, mid May. All tho year round, JJankeis 108 00 official notice received from IVnsacol.i, l'lorlda. the Secand in nil casus, tho " Discovery " purifies tho rooms at Mr. Henry Fields. Ranking house and lot . . 3,000 00 retary of State designating the satisfactory to the Democracy. No theCominon School without payment. blood us uotlihu clo can. Every blood-tain- t 23d , "C. I. Hood & Co., Mass.! Specie 1, 398.97 day of December, J893, as Hie day on roan in tho District nor elsewhere This section shall be printed in the niul disorder. Eczema, Tetter, "O110 tlioimml dollars' worth of otlicrmedl-clueKryxliK'Iu, Nollt Currency Iioils, Carbuncles, Enlarged 5,017 00 which such report shall be made. prescriptions, etc., have to for Ulands, SHolllngs u whom the Democrats can nominate census blanks furnished by the Su- Rtuhlmrn TumorsnnandRcalp Dioasos,tho most On and after this dkte, April 6, my mo what Hood's HarsaparllU faileddone.do My Other ileitis carried nscah 1 50.00 Subscribed and sworn to before me lias Skin nnd tho will be able to make the people forget perintendent of Public Instruction. 500 co by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of Deworst forms of Scrofula, aro completely and address will be Sulphur homo Is In l'orldii, hut in 18SI I went to Cnllfor Furniture nnd Fixtures . . J 34 05 liermaneutly cured by it. cember, 1893. (J H.I.1KKNS.C.O.C.C. nil nnd lived tliero four years. I wns taken sick faxes paid tho ruin and poverty which have Springs, Ky. II. Mooiu V. BlIV of rellnbb doilers. With nnr others. ci.iri'iu.x. Current expenses In 1 wo nnd had medical Hsilstance, but found no 1,768.56 Sam K. Cox, President, followed the Democratic AdministraApril 3. The farmers in this com- somothlnir clo that lwys them lietUr will relief. Tho doctors said I had chronic bronchiJ J. .McIliiNnv, Director, prouaDiy 00 tirgoa as just as good." It may barberil ggo toll. C. tis. I was In tho Marino Hospital nt Han FranFor tion at every step. munity are very busy plowing for bo, for them; but it cun't be, for jou. $35,443.57 " John C. Thomas, cisco several months nnd at Hnsli Medical Col. Pace. v corn. I. S Coi.bman,' ' LIABILITIES. For, colic, cnimpi, and pains in stomach, legs, Chicago, 11 months, but still did not get The cold weather has injured the nothing equals Dr. l'Jcrco'ii Smart-Woobelter, so cnnie back to 1'ensacola. My weight Capital stock paid in, in casli$25',ooj 00 Ext Tjidiii: 1ms scarcely been a time in 1. 1st ol I.cller was then 139 pounds with n heavy overcoat on. ForNxle. Surplus lund 5,250.00 which wheat and o.its, and there is but little I'cllllon ftirUrjnli'il Common Srhnol. Remaining in Hartford Post Office, the whole history of the party A good second hand cart. Call at My Friends Did Not Know Me, . . Undivided profits . . 6.312.33 prospect of having nny fruit". The following pe'.iti n was resented which if rot called for in gave greater assurances of Republic30 days I was so thiu and broken down. Hut tho Due Depositors 48,80 6 this office or address iIicRepuhmcan Messrs. Kverctte and Richard Tay- to the County Court Monday prayand being ut homo gave mo a little courage an success than dues the present. The will be sent to the dea 1 letter office: DueSftebanks&Sfte h'k'rs 50.98 nud I began trjlug various medicines. In Aulor visited their mother Saturday and ing the establishment of n Graded Not one minute elapses between the Mrs. Rhoda Taylor, W. N. Burch, gust, 1800, 1 was appointed to a position In the people who had w long listened to the School in the town of Heawr D.im. $5.443-6taking of One Minute CourIi Cure Ph cry of the Deinocruey for a change of Sundnv. United Mates custom house. My friends urged Mrs Mag Westbrook.L. R. Grinberg, Messrs. Ona Shults and Tom MorBijavi'.r Dam Kw, April 2, 1891. my try Sarsaparilla. I and relief. Statu ok Kkstuckv, ) Why shouldn't people . William Meran, Mr. Charles Need-ha- tookwlfo to I1.110 mo day Hood's please the National Administration, at hut tt three times it her. But Just to Countv op Ohio ton visited tlm family ofM, N. Shults To this Judhk 01' Ohio Countv j ' take One Minute Cough Cure? They Mr. C. G. Russell, Mr. John C. to my surprTio I commenced to feci dlflcrciitly in an evil hour heeded tho empty Saturday and Sunday. John II. Haines, Cashier ol Heaver Hi Court: Slianeniau, R. S Taylor, John Wal- r.tter n week on Hood's. I found I was hungry Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located should. They do. I, B Heau. premise and drove fiom power tho nnd that I could sleep better! tfa.it tired feeling The Sunday School at this place Sir. We, the undersigned, legal ter. V. H. Giiii'i'iN, P. M. nnd doing busims in the town ol nlso left me. 80 1 continued taking Hood's Sarparty whose measures hud made our opened Sunday with bright prospects voters and iti the bounds Heaver Dam in said county, being dusaparilla! Iinio used nluo bottles and four financial and industrial prospeiity at of having an interesting Sunday hereinafter set forth, , boxes of Hood's Tills, with tho rosult that ly sworn, ras that the foiegoing rerespectfully peI'llliiloNnlr. once the wonder, the envy and the School this year. port is in all respects n true.statement I am Now In Good Health, tition that you order nu election to On Thursday, April 1 i, 1894, at 102 pounds, at good nppctlto, o admiration of tho world, They are The Exhibition, at Prcntis, Satur- take the sense of the leal voters as to the Lite residence of P. B. Davis, in weighand have not havea aday's work since sleep of the condition ol the said bank day the close ot business on the 23d well, lost I be-now enjoying the fruits of their folly. day night, was n success. The whether a Graded Common School Ohio county, near No Cr ek Church, ol December 1893, to the best of Ills in to take- this medicine. When ever) thing and their worthy teacher, Mr. E. shall be established and maintained by I will offer lor sale at put lie auction That those who sow to the wind must knowledge and belief: and further says that the business of said bank has reap the whirlwind is just as truo of K. Shults, did their best to make it a tax of (50) fifty cents on each one all the personal estate of aid Davis, Hannah. CO politics as of morals, and tho farmer an cnjoyableoccasion. We hundred dollars worth of property in consisting of Jiorscs, hags, cattle, else has failed, I found that Hood's HarsaparllU been transacted at the location nam- ed, nnd not elsewhere; nnd that the m who must sell his wheat at fifty cents, said district, owned by persons and farming utensils, corn audi hay. Sale cures." Ahtiiuii McCoxnkll, United States above report is made, in compliance i'roiiolliiiiinlolt'lroii. xxrn Bargo Ofoco, l'cnsacola, Florida. of ($1 50) begins nt-ithe workingman who is out of a job o'clock a. in. I HtJpureU. IO UO with an official notice received from One of the loveliest and most inter- corporations and a poll-taPills net easily, yet promptly mid the Secretary of State, designating Hood's 1 have plenty of time in which to cal- esting of Baker's plays will be pre- one dollar,-- . and fifty cents 011 each Tei ms Five dollars or Aver, on 12 cOlclcully, on tha liver nod bowoU. 25j. , j the 23d day of December, 1893, as the gOOtl WOl'K. culate to a pretty close estimate just sented this evening in Chapel Hall male inhabitant therein, over twenty-on- e months time, with interesttand good day on which such report shall be ycara old, under Section 100 nnd security Smaller sums calli. This how much they missed it. Experience by the R. IJ. C. Society proceeds to made. S. T. BAnNfcTT, is a good school and the American go to repair Chapel Hall. Everybody following, Common School laws, it Aprit 2, 1894 Subset ibed and sworn to before me And those desiring certificates should DeVitt'sVitch Hazel Salve cleansAdministrator. Dcing understood mat ten cents on write for catalogue of "The Teachers' by John II. names, the 30th day of es, purifies and heals. It was made people have learned the lesson again invited to attend. Siiici.iiv Taylor, Training School. A summer course. December, 1893. County Coutt Clerk. for that purpose. Use it for bums, & most thoroughly ami as a result of 0 Admission 25 cents; reserved seats, the hundred dollars worth of properDep. ty to be used for the maintcna:c; ol Hood's Sarsaparilla is absolutely Opens June 4th. cents. I. P. Barnard, President. cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores this valuable mid dearly bought 35 mm unequalled as a blood purifyer nnd the school and the tennhder for R., P, HocKiiit, Director. R. IS. CnocKRTT, Principal, ' of all descriptions and if you have knowledge, William MoKiulev will You should not fail to attend the site and building purposes, strengthening medicine. It is the " Jno, II, Barnus, nikton, Ky. piles use it for them. L,. U. Beau. be inaugurated President in 1897. Cronothanntolctron to-- ight. the building not to exceed 5,oro, the ideal spring medicine. Try it. I a 0 that they are pure and WHOLESOME. We solicit a share of your patronage. Prices always consistent with quality. O No fruit. a Democratic Congress and President. Chinn Bros, mill will leave this week for the Victory neighborhood. In the death of Hayless Davis, this place has lost one of its best citizens, (i man who led a quiet inoffensive life and one worthy of example. Rev. J. B. Ferryman filled his tegular appointment here Sunday, aud Rev. Olive Felix preached at night. Both services were well attended, and enjoyed by all. Mrs. Lottie Baird is visiting friends and relatives in the Washington neighborhood this week. No doubt whether or not it will do any good for us to mention it, but we cannot resist it, the section of the Livermorc road, leading from here to the Owensboro road, is a disgrace to civilization. It will ever be so as long as the present system of road working continues in vogue. We may have something more to say upon this subject at some other time. x ritr.KK, "No nothing," except II. B. Taylor, O. P. Brunton, B. II. Rummage, W. A. Austin, W. T. Austin, II. C. Maddox. iluplic lies, and by simply jiving thu number and hand you arc suro of u perfect fit. JOlh. Tim Oliver Uiilleil PJow has hiiii.lrwU of imitators. .No manufacturer w II try in imitate ai inferior plow. 11th. for eace nl niiinngeniont, adjiutuhiliiy and liu'hinsssot draft, it Iiih 110 eurccfcdul oinpetitor. I2th. Tim O iver Inn a record unparalleled in the hknrv ot plow inakiu, Ir I oOO in 1870. to ovir 10(1.000 in INK!. l.'i'h. Your iifiglilmis will tell you to buy the Onver and take 110 other. They .'peak from faith bom of experience Mth. hToronre over 1 ,.100,000 Oliver Chilled P j.s in actual use, and three times us many aro being sold at I lie piej-en- t time m any other plow iimiiulnetured. They arc warranted to do better work and more of it, with the fume amount ofdralt, than any other plows in inc. loth Finally, ihie plow aio better known, luo reached a larger hiIc, hae had longer run, have roved mote papular mid given belter wilinlac-l- i n, than nnv oilier plow? m tho faco of the globe. 11 1 e 11 For Sale by Wayne QrMa & Bro., Hartford, Kentucky. HARTFORD o silver-tongue- .ii. I r" ... 5 Buck-uerinl8- a V I A $1000JWorth ... Book-keepin- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT SANK 'W s a A all ... 1 1 I.mw-11- Salt-rheu- s, 1 Post-offic- e 9 -- .... A first-clas- s d tax-paye- pit-pil- s, Hood'sssCures should brirgor send them to The Republican office. are All parties needing horse or jack bills i 8 8 "ll nrpnnrprl g n V ) tffc', v- T" f. .'.a: .. l'. ' r il ' HR9Wwjj Psw .Mrtir.'h, 'rFTrrft?' "rwr'7?r w' , .i r.im mentjn Mr. ' . Clai Duva'i Louisville, is in 1 town. Hating jotntors 90 cents per bushel at I,. D. St vens. Mr. J. F, Carnon hao been appoint' , Police Judge. . Strange Things ' -- 3 MA Hut the strangest thing is how vc can afford to sell n ladies' Shoe for $1.25 that luis been sold for $3. Such strange things as this we arc doing with our entire stock of goods. We may be cnllcd Hove often been discussed. April fools for it, but we realize that people buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we are working v Si H-- f . f . for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merchants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same they do credit ones? We have no bad debts to make our customers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and you get the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring Newprtt k tyle hats for on Makct Street. Fajpfiros. cj Co's; Messrs. J. M. Sandcrfur, Horton, Firfflinefc f freuch ambephryging- and R. P. Sorrels, of Cromwell, were funs at Fn r & Co's. pleasant callers at this office yester I'rloes nrq never too high In Millin day. eiVat Fair ros. & Co's. CasebieV.& Burton have not hauled Drip, N, O. Sorghum, Manuel any mud iti nartioru dui mu ciean Molasses at I Stevens. your uorsos nil 111c same, uaii on Northern EarlyMtose potatocsji.io them. per bushel at I,. l)Stcens. Miss Pearl Joplin, ol Eliabcthtown, stopped over a few days here the first Kditor Worslcy, lot the Industrialof the wcck.onhcrwaytoRussellvillc ist, was in townMonday. where she will attend school. Judge 15. DiKjIcy Walker went to It is hard but liWr, the town has I.eitchficld Wednesday. furnished the mud, And we will furnBest Hire of lidics and Misses Ox- ish the Rubbing in Vr to clean your fordjift at F ait Pros. & Co's. horse. Caskiiirr & Bouton. The new timeUable goes into eflect Jessie Dean, the negro who has on die C. O. & SW. Sunday,the8th. been confined in jail to pay a fine for Tlifilacc to fitd the latest style carrying concealed weapons, finished inllliicry is at Fyr Bros. & Co's his time yesterday and was released. The best place in this part of the country to get a shave or a shingleis gentlemen nt at the Tonsorial Parlors ofl I. C. Pace, OUR SPRING OPENING! For 1894 will be the BEST, FINEST and most VARIED display of the fine lines of Clothing, Dress Goods, Gents and Ladies lviivnicininn flrrAa flion orni o o cOUntl'V. TlierC ai'O nilIHll'f!(lS Ol lamHieS all lii-Prvv- Kinii rvlif1 o OVd' 4--r liJ tlllS Hl'fifill CLOTHING Is in and we are making our competitors tremble with the prices we are relling them at. Suits they sell at $15 we let go at $9, and such is the amount we will save you te through our entire Clothing Stock, which we have no hesitancy in s;ing is decidedly the largest and most i Complete Stock Remember we can save you Your money on anything you wish to buy in our line. cash docs not have to go to pay back losses, as it docs In the town or county. when you trade with .1 firm that does a Credit Business. see! ' "The proof oj the pudding is chewing the big.' Come ond And be convinced. FAIR BROS. &CO PROPRIETORS OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. H K J 'T THE SHOE STORE Don't stop until jou get to head- quarter. If jou wjnt Shoes, don't go to a tailor, but go to a Shoe Man. IT! SCHAPMIRE IS YOUR MAN. lie can suit the most fastidious and exacting taste. His spring stock consists ol the latest styles, toes and lasts. k LADIES If you want neat, attis-- l MEN'S SHOES 111 Tan. Kangaroo, Don-:seejdlovc tc looiw don't stop until youCdf.lcola. Kid. Gazell Kid, Calf andShoes. a big line ol Plow of Russian Calf, Owe his French Kid, The Bluchcr, Mat KtdiPrices fro.n ?i to $5 N. U. Everyto $3 50 thing guarantceil as represented. and Dongola. Prices from $1 Fill DAY, A I'll n. 6, 1894. Go and ec the w inderful Chrono thanatolotron. SherifflJ. P. Steveni went to Leitch- Come md sec toe new GooJs at field Wednesday. Carson it Co. Vs. Jul lots ol fine 'urnitute cheap Lots H. Wl ite returned from Dr. I nt O Ion & Co's Louisvilf: Sunday, remember jllall wants your hogs Gents latest noptics in neckwear and will pay he best prices. at l;air Bros. &X-0.Go to Hall and get 122 Hs of the Neatest and be: Jfte tock of clothing very best O K. Sugaf for$i. .Vb at Fair Bros, Mis. E. n. Guffy and daughter, Mr. nndMrs. Befc Ringo went to Miss Mcrcedds, went lo Kosiue Tues- - Morganfield Wednesday. day, Born to the wife cfjudge J.S Glenn You can irct the I est bargains last Tuesday, a fine kirl. Grocejiwr of Tom lis kcr at Carson Dprf't tail to see he line of Millin-fHfa. Co.'s. enygooi at Carsott Attori oev E. I). Gi ffy attended the finest and mAst stylish line of The CanotriRngland mil tials nt Roslue mens fine shoes at IfairBros & Co's. yesterday. Mr. G. G. Fair lids built a new fence X w i4 ve just received another large about his elegant premises on Wash shipment of latest style clothing at ington Street. WHM.W , . Cpfson S: Co's. Buy a pair of Prieiinyers Oxfords for 3. HM. Miss Jssic Fordlhas returned from Louisville. Go to Hall and gU your churns and milk cntks. Born, to the wife bf G. C. Pirtle, Mr. J. L Rogers, of Beaver Dam, Cromwefl, on Tuesd.-K-' night, a fine came in Monday to pursue his law girl. studies for a few months preparatory daughter of Mr.J . to a permanent location at some point Bessie, the little T. Parterson, is sufferingVvith an ab-o- in the State in her ear. R. T. Tileeddle, as good a blacksmith as mere is in the Green River HcrillOll rluirnli Ponfercnce at Mt. For country Ai at Yeiser's ISaturday afternoon at 3 p. m. all kins of general blacksmithing E. E. Patk. call 0 him. Messrs. R R. Wedding, Rosine, and Capt. S. K. Cox has just received Luther Rogers.Select.attended Fwleral from Mr. G. T. McIIenry, who is in Court at Paducah the first of the week. Colorado, a large mounted eagle, which Miss A. B. Lewis will return from can be seen at the Bank. Call in and with a nice line of take a look at the proud American the East Millinery, and would be glad to have bird. all her friends and Vmtrous call and Mr. Albin Shull and Miss Jessie sec her nice line of gWls. Miller, two popular young people of Mr. R. B. Blevins, a prominent Hopewell, were married at the home and highly respected citien, died at of the bride's father Rev. J". A. Miller his home at Rockport on the 27th ult. Wednesday, the latter performing He was n good man and his place the ceremony. will be It ml t fill. The attention of all School Trus S. C. Taylor, of Roches tees to Section 85 of Common School ter, spent Monday and Tuesday in Law, found elsewhere in this issue. the city, much to the delight of his Notice that one copy of the census rentiny friends here who arc always port from each District is to be sent glad to sec him. to the County Clerk and one to the' County School Superintendent as forRev. T. M. Morton will fill Dr. Coleman's pulpit at the Baptist merly. Church hcrcSunday nextat 1 1 o'clock. Dr. A. D. James, the invincible Rev. Morton is an able and rising champion of Republicanism in Muhyoung minister and he should be lenberg, was in the city Wednesday greeted by a large congregation. and yesterday in the interests of the Louisville Commercial. The .Doctor NewOn last Saturday Jud gc Ben ton, of Buford, was nominated for is very popular with our people who Magistrate to lead the Populist forces only await an opportunity to demon- in the Buford Magisterial District. He strate the fact. He is doing a great is a popular man and well qualified work for the paper. for the place. Urrnt Krdiirllon. sack Choice Fan- 32c. buys 124 Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Miller, Owenscy Flour. boro, came up last Friday to visit $2.50 buys a bbl. Choice Fancy friends and relatives at McIIenry and Flour. Central Grove. Mr. Miller returned 38c. buys a 24 Hi sack Rough River Sunday while Mrs. Miller will remain Flour. two or three weeks. $3 00 buys a bll. Rough River Mr. T. B. Ross, of McIIenry, and Flour. Miss Delia Garrison were married Standard I.ilv $3 90 buys a bbl yesterday evening at the bride's Our Choice. home in the presence of a number of By the aid of new machinery, well wishing friends. They are two this Flotirhas been greatly improved. of the county's best young people and Now equals $4 00 and "$4.25 brands the KiU'UW.iCAN extends congratula- of other make. tions. J. W. Ford &Co. For the occasionof the State Enl. campment, G. A. R., Bowling Green, Mr. R. I., Canon and Miss Ida Rag-lanTickets will Ky., April Rosine, were married jesterday be on sale at Beaver Dam to evening at the home of the bride's Central City or Norton-villfather, Mr. M. S. Rngland, in the April 10 and 11, good until the presence of a number of friends and 15th inclusive to return at one fare. relatives. After the ceremony and H. Mkrrick, Agent. the congratulations of fiends, reMr. and Mrs. W. F. Kennedy went freshments were served tbjthe delight to South Carrollton Friday to visit of all, and the bridal party repaired his mother and meet his brother, Mr. to the home of the groonrs mother, Newt Kennedy. General Baggage near Sulphur Spriugs. They are deAgt.,of the Queen and Crescent Route, serving young people, the groom beNew Orleans, who was up on a short ing a popular young business man visit. Mr. Kennedy returned Mon- and the bride a beautiful and cultured day nnd Mrs. Kennedy will return lady. Their many friends congratulate them upon their happy union, ss old-stanto-da- y fl ( N'-t'aiian-Knclnnd, Eliza-bethtow- n, e, to-da- River Country who want supplies, who want NICE Clothing, FINE Clothing, and a fashionable outfit generally. They had (D just as well pay for the thing they want as for something they P do not want,henee our efforts to be HEADQUARTERS for these 3 lines. We do not want a young lady to send to the city for a wedding outfit; we will furnish here. We will not allow young (T men to do the same. Come to Beaver Dam and get tluese things, after selecting for yourself at the lowest prices known in OQ (D it years. As far the Staples, we have stacks of them, lower than ever 0) before. The low prices of tobacco will be more than set off by o our prices. See Indigo prints by the bale at 5c. All standard 1 prints, 5c. TICKINGS, Domestics, Cottonades, Shirtings, etc., 0 at prices to correspond. Now we have not time to enumerate, 3 but we will say to YOUNG LADIES, most assuredly Ave have CD G every facility to suit you in the most elegant style. MISS VIOLA PiRTLE can arrange your headwearin the Finest and most Fashionable styles. You have no risk in apply- - m 'M -- Jh ing to her. Young Gentlemen, who want a fine outfit will do well to call on us, at least, and if the NEWEST New York Styles of Clothing will please, wc will certainly fit you up. In Clothing we propose to be strictly headquarters. To HOUSEKEEPERS generally we will say that if you will come in- with the cash or good Country Produce, we will guaran- tee satisfaction. To Farmers especially we will say that we are, ready to supply you with the "Old Hickory" and "Tennessee" wagons, the "Horse Shoe" brands, Raw Bone and Corn Grower, and Homestead Tobacco Grower, which have stood the test of buggy, all the years. We can furnish the celebrated Steel-Gea- r lowest price. Finally, we invite all to give us a call. Resp'y, , - 0) a ,- - . g c- - :'l q 3 ft (D c m d ; 31-- HOCKER The Masonic Lodge here decided at its last regular meeting, which was held on Monday night, to have a big barbecue on Saturday, June the 23d, and it is proposed to make it a great occasion both as regards a bountiful table, good speaking and much social enjoyment. The official announcement will be made in due time. The Committee appointed is made up of the following named: J. C. Riley, G. J. Bean, A. D. White, J. J. Bozarth, J. B. Rogc'rs, J. A. Bennett nnd James Snllenger. Hartford Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. M., at its regular meeting, Monday night, April 2d, extended a unanimous ' vote of thanks to Mr. Louis Gunther I ' I and daughters, Misses Hennie and Maggie Gunther. for the arrangement of the caroet. table cover and other improvements they have made about the Hall. A vote of thanks was also extended to Miss Mary Rowe for the very efficient aid in making the candy at the recent candy pulling. The following named members of other Lodges attended the meeting at Masonic Hall Monday night: S. L. Fulkerson and C. L. Woodward, Ceralvo: and J. A. Bowling Fords-vill1 e. &C0. h O c-- MllMMlIC NOIPN. TRACY & SON - C 1. o 0. (D XT C t "J Hi Misses 'Mallie Ferguson and Birdie Ntitiau, are each teaching a subscription schjol at South Carrollton, the former on the lower floor and the lat ter 011 the upper floor of the These building. are school two excellent young ladies ,nd they are teaching excellent schools. The schools will close about the middle of Mny with appropriate exercises. Economy mid MlrciiRlli. Valuable vegetable remedies are used in the preparation of Hood's Sarsaparilla in such a peculiar manner as to retain the full medical value of every ingredient. Thus Hood's Sarsaparilly combines econeray and strength and is the only1 remedy o which "too doses one dollar" is true. Be sure to get Hood's. 'AS o L;KS Farming Implement. ih- 01 Tl- A" f i ? Kennedy, tlie photographer, is pre pared to giv satisfaction to those wishing pictures. He is reasonable in his prices and his main object is to pleasaeach and every one of his Pictures from the smallcustomers Miss MayxCox left yesterday for a ladies fine shoes ntu'air Bros & Co's. est lockat size to largest life size. Come viilc you are enjoying health, visit opeveral weeks at Owensboro Every pair guaranteed r"Auburn. Hie preurest Jlats in town are and gn a f.ic simile ot yourself, one those t r uffin ed bylMiss Collins, Cnr thatou would be proud for your AlrT. J. Bo.artu is preparing to son &Cb's. popultr Milliner. friels to behold. Gallery over Red ercoca tine looacco Dai on nis larni Fint. stnill line of Hall has cross the River. made Clot! ng ana will sell Mr. Nick Hocker, of McIIenry, had Born trthe wife of ICharley Winv than any ,y in Bie county. a fall during the big sleet several satt. Sulphur Springs! on iuesilay, a yean) ago, by which his neck, to all Just received fineot or eirl. we hiavn't learned come t in jrna seealotofslocsatHall's. intents and purposes, was broken, Wieni and get our wkich. prices. Ahey arc! cheaper than the but he lived nnd recovered save that in no wise could he use his neck By funeral of P. Itt Davis will be cheapst. The contrivthe use of some head-gea- r preached'by Rev. R J. Brandon at Pro A. Bro' m, of South Car ances, however, which he had made, second Sun- UnionGrove Churcn the rcsentii g Hocker & Mc he could go about and was alwaj s nt rollton, June. rbledea ers.passeU through Work. He went to the World's Fair Cowan, The slfelves won'tI hold the fine La- town Tu dc day. last fall and fell in with a surgeon, M dies' Kress Goods at Carson & Co's. he went to Hot Springs, Messrs, Fair Drop & Co are hav- - with whom arc stacked upon the counters. Arkansas, where he submitted to a ing their big store lou Uuion Square and get abariain. operation and is now fully renicely painted. G bo. L. Klein is do- - surgical covered. Carsbn returned from ing the work. L. town Tuesday, where he spent Mr. W. H. Moore and family mov Mairiage licensfe: Liolan Hurt to week viliting friends and ed yesterday to his farm above Sul-- , Miss Luc A. Wlite, Albin Shull to relat phur Springs. Our people regret very Miss Jessie Millet, John B. Wilson to to give up such apleasant family John k. rninps is Having a Miss Mabel King, R. L. Canon to much Irotn their midst. Mr. Moore, for the bill of lumber sawed preparatory to Miss Ida Raglanu, past fourteen years, has been connect-e- d .building a fine stocliand grain barn Mr, Ed Blacklock died at his home with the firm of John A. Reitz & on his farm just East! of town, I l near Sulphur Springs Wednesday Son, Evansville, as their agent and The PApulists of thi Rosine Mngis morning nt 10 i'clock ol cancer. He has transacted a great 'deal of busiterial DisVict met at Heaver Dam last was a good ctti en and leaves a wile ness for the company. He continues Saturday in CoventioiA and nominat- and family to ourn his untimely ills connection wiin that firm and ed Mr, Sam Paxton fir Magistrate, taking away, the remains were in. will in connection with .Mr. Virgil 1ia itiA iilll(ny KiiqI. and Mr. B. II. Stewart for Constable, terred in the foreman Graveyard tlAHAin ftw In o. 'M.,u..b ixuiuwn rrn nw ... TUey are both good rae ness. yesterday. Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or gripe, but act promptly, easily and efficiently. A NII111 "ACME HARROWS" A K SPECIALTY. O l.. ready-cheap- er - . I . Tiie smallest crowd ever gathered at a political Convention at the Court House gathered Monday in the Democratic Convention, which had been advertised extensively for the past several weeks. Mr. G. B. Likens, Chaiman of the Democratic County Committee, called the body to order and was chosen permanent Chairman of the meeting! with Mr. B. L. Kelley as Secretary. Mr. T. J. Smith offered the following resolutions, which were adopted: Rksolvkd, That we fipprove of the call of thcemocratic Convention of the id Appellate District for a Convention to be held in Bowling Green on the 19th inst., to nominate a cai "didate forjudge of the Court of Appeals. e Resolvkd, That our delgates be instructed to cast'the vote of this county for Hon. Willis h. Reeves. Resolvfd. That B. I Ringo, T. J. t Smith, G. B. Likens, J. P. Sanderfur," H. P. Taylor, R D Walker, R. P. Hocker, Rowan Holbrooknnd all olh-e- r Democrats of the countybeahdthey are hereby appointed delegates to said Convention, and in the event none should attend, Ben T. Perkins, Esq., of Elkton, is authorized to cast the vote of this county pursuant to instructions. ' An order was made directing tl e Secretary to have the proceedings published nnd the Convention -ed Turnout. I Call on them for anything in the Imple-- ! Will Beaver Dam about 19th or 26t df April. All persons wanting' first-- 1 class photographic work, I will be '. clad to make tliem. Remember I use Process for Baby the Instantaneous Pictures. Come to Beaver Dam for Court Xotca. your Photos, wheie you always get CIRCUIT COURT. NKW SUITS. Yours truly, s work. Allen King sues T. S. Nave for rent A. D. Taylor. on farm and sues out general attachment. Vitula Park sues Wade Park for divorce. James McGill et. nl. sues John W. Greenwood for $88.28. THAN C. .L. Field sues the C. E. Meisse Co. for $60.50, and gua nishee served J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co. A Fair Skin, sucsLycurgus Barrett for $218 49. William, Hamilton et. nl. sues Ed MEE TOOK Hamilton for $66.66. WtfliljtiMM PIMPLES, Grinstcad & Tinsley sues Henry Leach on judgment from Quarterly OILS Court and gurarnishee Jo. B. Rogers, School Supenteudent of Ohio county. Wit HVA J . J. Srhulton & Co. sues Quisen-ben- y .BASH, 9& McCucn for $724 10. ' Or any other defect, orlgtattto la CarterD ty Gccds Co. tucs same for I.V.1VO ment Line. TJR Al & SO Jr. Trv Haeti vi. The Court o! Claims allowed $6 for bytheCour-er-Journal first-clas- the fourth Monday in October and the first Monday in January, the Jury Drum furnished Co., nnd for which Jhey presented a bill for $25. Court adjourned Friday evening. Better Cure CONCEAL. (0 fchft Celebrated Globe Fertilizer. Hartford Ky. Mr F. W. Yeiser is no better. R. II. Gillespie and Owen Williams arc just recovering Irom the mumps. H r r ) Blotchet, - SW Za IMPURE BLOOD gonrA by TTria $1058.99. COURT Ol' Sarsaparilla Qthtt, Yu Has Curt WW Our AVER'S f. The Clerks ore just now using the K. B. Martin and Tom Taylor, new books furnished by the State Cromwell, passed through town yes under the new law nnd they are of a day. very inferior quality. R'liiember the Cioaothamatolettc The time for holding the Fiscal Court has been tyt for" Tuesday niter t. I v .V "I t - .'-- , J - y ' ji. . SC; 'J .'.-"- - .,. t'r CHEL-l- " y y : Ui Hartiord Republican PUBLISHED nVKIlY The Louisville Cut. Wm. OiViV compliments FlllOAY MOIUJ1NO Killlor unit I'roprirWr. CO JO B. KOURHH. Friday, Amui, 6, 1894. I'.lrrllnli. .Nov. l. For Comity Julge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cnl 1'. Kcown. For County Cleric D. M. Hockcr For County Attorne- y- IS P. Neal. For Assessor N C. Daniel. For J.iiler Jown W. illack. For Surveyor G. S. Filzhupn. Coroner G. C. Westerfidd. MAGISTRATES! Republican Tiokot. H & Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. I.. Woodward. Ctomwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford Hartford I losea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville constmu.k: O Buford 0 PHILOSOPHERS SAY There's no Eating in Heaven. The average head of the o 9 o 00 8 culinary department hopes with the philosopher. But since we must eat to live, lot's eat the best. It is always the cheapest. Our line of gro cerles is complete,andyou can Always depend on it o 0 Si v that they are pure and WHOLESOME. 0 sistent with quality. solicit a share of your patronage. Prices always conWe TRACY & SON. o p. The Democrats can't help nominating Watt Hardin for Governor next year, anil as sure as they do it Billy Bradley will be the next Governor of the State. to have good streets, but now that the season of the year when the streets should bo very good anyway is almost nt hand the total neglect of the walks at the expeuse of the former is sheer folly. Give us less street patching and bet ter walks or else give us both. is well It enough on 0 i IS. G. II. Barnes Trustee District No. the whole Commonwealth but be10. lieves that a change of administraI.11111I Hi: A Kit IIAM. 1 limit Vol ir I.niiuilr,!. MlCAWIllJR. iiirSnli'. QUARTERLY REPORT tion in State affairs would subserve 1 Having just ntnruel from Kansas, April 4. Rev. Iv. F. Pate filled his 'I In- - It E. ' hae ttecived the agency for the CO of the people, and Common .School I.atv the best interests .Srcllon S3. Of Hartford College will entertain regular appointment or j.111; here Sunday I wish to dispoio o about 400 acres Richmond Su-aLait dry, which has 43 many of them are now ready to enAnnual Census Its Character and Friday evening, April 6, 1894. The night. A large audience was present. of land in thtce or four tracts and in beou repieseuteil iu this town for M Penalty for Fraud force that belief with a ballot. Look- Requirements The R. F. G's. were very suc- neighborhood of Grtu River Chtin.li. nrjre than two years, ml h.ts proien proceeds will go for tepairs of Chapout for Billy Bradley and the State It shall be the duty of the Trustees el Hall. Knteitninmeut or Will sell said land cheap and on to be a first class kiAndry will begin cessful in their work Friday night. Those of each District, annually, during the Campaign of 'do. Miss F.dna Griffin, of Hartford, took easy terms. I can be fyitud by mail wanting work will do rell to notify piecisely at 7:30 p. 111. lSverybody month 01 April, to take an exact cenat Cromwell and will bt at iny old me. Ont:ei:i I. B. Uevens' gro- - At tho closo of Business on for reserv- dinner at the Austin House Sunday. sus of the children that reside in such invited to attend. Tickets No other nanio thrills the hearts of homestead 2 miles east. ed seats aie for sale at Williams & Mrs.F.O. Austin and daghters, Misstho 23d day of Dcconi-bor- , eery. AI. Nu.i.. u Kentucky Republicans as that of the District on the first day of April, who Bell's drug store. G C Birr!.r.it es Attye and Nellie, were in Haitford 1803. will be on the first day of July followo Itrjiutillroll CoMllillltrc Mnt'llii-- . Saturday. Billy O. Bradley. d Pkockammi: .ullx-- . ing, between the ages of six and The members of the newly dected RKSOURCKS. Mrs. J. P. McKenncy returned front Good old times . Present Age of Wherever Billy Bradley's white hat twenty years, and on or before The new Church on thetFoid.sville Republican County Executive Com- - Loans and discounts, the Idleness. kss Louisville Monday. the fight first day of May report is there is the thickest of and llctietts Ferry 10 id will be dedi- tnittce are called to meet in Hartford' loans to Directors . .$6X304.80 a list of the. CO Mr. J. Will Cooper and family, who cated 'on the Filth Sunday un April Ship Ahoy. Gleaners. J,oans (officer and the greatest party enthusiasm. same to the County Superintendent, on Saturday. Anr. u. at one o'clock . have been running the Boarding House by Rev. B. F. Jenkins. nol jiiciuuel Music Miss Mabel Httbbatd. . Kerybody Tor the purpose of permanent organ- 406.00 The indications now poiut to his nora. and aduplicate list to the County Court u Loans to Officers . CD Gipsy Fortune teller. Twilight Bdls. on Main Street, have moved to the is invited. A good lime is anticipat400.00 ination for Governor iit 18'J."), next Clerk, to be filed in his office, speci-lyin- g i.ation, dieting Chairman and Secrc- - Oveidrafts, secured . . . 937-3- 5 Mythology Series 1st. The Fates: country. ed. Come and biing your baskets the name, age. sex and names year. His gallant race ngaiust Buck-u- er tary ami transacting other important Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437-oMr. D. J. Coleman has moved into well filled. Done hy older of the of the parents or guardians of each 2d, Artist Studio; 3d, Nymph Kgerie; 5.966.74 in 1887 attracted the attention business. Iu the meantime the va. ' "llc fro'" '. ' the Boarding House recently vacated Committee. Due School of Virgins. ht'e B'ks& B'k'rs Pi of the wholo country, gained him the child, to be entered in a book furnish- 4th t83.2S nous committeemen are requested to iiankll,,, house and lot by Mr. J. Will Cooper. Cronothanatoletron, 3000.00 W. R. Oi.uiiAM, Pastor. send in their names and post office Stocks and Bonds . . of the people, ed him by the State, and kept as part unbounded confidence ".341.67 Miss Fannie Barnes has been sick Admission 25 cents; reserved seats, of the records of tits office. Should A full SKcic addressee to the undersigned. .v. 2,7iS.78 and made the very backbone of De.for a few days, but is out again cents. . said Trustees willfully add to the list 35 2,260.00 attendance on the 1.1th is earnestly I have just openbtl a blacksmith mocracy quake with fear and trembA large party of girls went horsehxehanges for Clearincs the names of persons not entitled to 2.145.59 Xntlri' In Alliance W. A. C.inso.v, oldlstaud on " Market shop at Yelser's His nomination next year Other ling. '.37-4The Farmers Alliance and Indus- back riding Sunday afternoon. be placed 011 same, or otherwise Pilimv Vr.STHui'ii:i.i, Street and have secured the services Furniture and Fixtures . '. would inaugurate such 11 campaign as ,000.00 CD scnooi noti:s. knowingly make a false list, such trial Union of Ohio County will meet Taxes paid Committeemen at Large. '45-9Kentucky has never witnessed and Wc gladly welcomed Mr. I.onnie of R. T. Twcdddl, itie of the best Current expenses . . persons thus offending shall, in addi at I'rcntis, April the 12th and 13th, 1.0SS.50 horse shoers in Wcstwn Kentucky. Stewart in our midst again. would next to insure a sweeping He- Other assets, debts in suit Cull, in lulask to steScivens' 69S.54 tion to being liable to punishment for 1S04. livery member nnd friend of J.H. Hoovkk Mr. I.ee Sanderfur was a new stupublican victory. .11 ""tarMin for jjl'lil.i & the crime of false swearing, be subject the order is earnestly recpiested to Le dent Monday. Co's. 34 4t to a fine of not less than fifty dollars, present. Bro. I.. M. Patterson, of I.IAUII.ITHSS. Prof. Ray has organized a teachers' 'fur. eyes of Republicans of the and should any other school officer be Point I'leasint District Union, will Cap'l stock paid iu, in cash J30.000.00 training class, which will prove very O Fourth Congressional District are Q UAJt Tl'Ui L ) II KPOR T Undivided profits o turned earnestly and eagerly to the a party to such fraudulent list, or in be present p.and address the public at beneficial to those students who nre . 7,418.97 111., the i2th,on the busDeposits suljjec to checkfon Of Other Modlcinos Fallod OF Tin; any way aid in the commission of 3 o'clock, expecting to teach. 09 which in. is not paid .' s6.060.70 Hon. John V. Lewis as the proper such fraud, he shall be liable to the iness of the Alliance. Hon. Jo. A. But Hood'o Snrsapnrlltn Cavo Perg The class in have al Due National Bauki 81.63 fect Hoalth. man to carry the Republican banner same punishment. For a failure to Parker, Hditor of the Kentucky .PopDue St ite banks and bau'is most completed their work jn the 131.38 in the coming Congressional race. Mr. take such census and report the same ulist, and Seclretary and Treasurcrof and will spend a few days 8 Lewis is the peer of any man in the within the time and in the manner Kentucky State Union, will be pres- text-boo- k f93.7o'-7in '.raifiacting business with each othStati; Ol' Khntuckv, ) State and 011 the stump will be sim herein required, the Trustees shall be ent and address the public at night. er. Attyk. Cou.ntv or Ohio, liable to a line of not less than twenty Everybody invited to be present, j iS ply inviucible. He has been n zealAt tho Closo of Business on "Sam K. Cox, President of WIlKOll-lill- li;. P. Miu.r.n, Pres. F. A. & I. U J. dollars, and the said Trustees shall Bank of ous worker for the party and RepubHaitford, Ky., n B.iuk Ucaled and 23d day ol Docem- Mr. J. B. Wilson, of this place, and licans all over the District are clam-orin- not take the census of any childien doing business in the town of Hartbor, 1893. Miss Mabel King, Centertown, were ford, in said county being duly sworn The time who have recently removed into the for his nomination. quitely married at the home of the says that the foregoing Report is in h has come to boin the political re- District, and who have been previously KESOURCES. bride Wednesday in the presence of a all respects a true statement of the eg reported in the census of the pupil demption of Kentucky and this good Loans mid Discounts, less condition of the said B.iuk at the close few friends and relatives. Rev. A. B. CD children for the year in the District loans to Directors . . J54, 127.50 of business on the 23d day of DecemTIlEY'ItE XOT ALL ALIKE tfi year of 1804 will be a most auspicious from which they have removed, or In blooil medicinal. Thoro's only one that Smith pronounced the ceremony iu a Loans to Diiectois (officers ber, 1893. to the best of his knowlso and m unfailing in Its ef- very impressive manner. The bridal beginning. Let John W. Lewis as who had not included . U 600.00 edge nnd belief; and further says that recently removed into the fects that it can bo (itantnferi to do nil sisted hy others preach Republican District from any other State Overdrnlts, .secured . . . 1,412.00 the business of said Bank has been or coun- that's promised for it. That U Dr. Picrco'g party left at once for Louisville and Modlcal Dteovery. Ovcrdralts, unsecured . . 568.48 transacted at the location named, doctiiue over this Dihtrict, in every ty, but any pupil child who nny Ooldcn or euro, you Lave your If that Frankfort. benefit money back. Due fiom National Banks 15,759.11 not elsewhere; nnd that the above and It's reor ordinary Court Houee nuil nt every cross-road- s They will make their home in Hartnot have been reported in the Dis- Bnrinjj not liko tho s'lrbaparlllasto do (;ood in Due from State banks nud modlcine-- i Thoy claim port is made iu compliance with nn Mr. Arthur McConncU and the result will be anything but trict in which he resides may attend March, April, nnd May. All tho year round. ford nnd for the present will take Bankers 108 00 official notice received from l'ensacol.i, l'lorlda. the nil cases, Banking house and lot . . satisfactory to the Democracy. No theCoiunion School without payment. nnd Iniu notliln; tho "Discovery" purifies tho rooms nt Mr. Henry Fields, 3,000 00 of State designating the 23d elvj can. Every lilixxl t "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.) Specie '1.398.97 day of December, 1893, as the day man 111 the District nor elsewhere This section shall be printed in the iiiui uisuruur, letter, Bjuuriieum, on "Ono tlioustiul dollars' worth of other mediNolll Krysltieliw, Boils, Currency Carbuncles, Enlarged 5,017 00 which Eiich report shall he made. cines, prescription?, etc., have failed to do for whom the Democrats can nominate census blanks furnished by the Su(Hands, Tumors und Swellings tho most On and after this dktc, April 6, my mo Other items carried nscah u will Subscribed and sworn to before me 50.00 I Realp Diseases, and tho stublwrn Hklu what Hood's BarsurllU hai dons. My be able to make the peoplo forget perintendent of Public Instruction. worst forms of nn ula, uro completely and e 1.500 co by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of DeHerof address will be Sulphur hiimo H In l'orlil.i, hut Iu 1881 1 went to (.'alitor Furniture and Pixtutes . . Taxi-lierinancntly curo.l by it. paid 134 05 cember, 1893. G U.I.ikkns. C.O.C.C. nl.t and lived there four years. I wm taken sick the ruin anil poverty which have VI. II. Moore Springs, Ky. Buy of rcllabta ilotli-rs- . ('Ml'I'lO.V, With nnr ntliir Current expenses In 1W) and had medical niilstance, hut found no 1, 768. 56 Sam K. Cox, President, followed the Democratic Ailiniui-tra-tio- n somethine clso that tiuyii them lieitt-- will April The farmers in this coin-verrelief. Tho doctors said I had chronic bronchiJ. J. .McIIhnkv, Director, iirouaoiy do urgoii as " just us good." It may barberi S go toll. C. tis. I was In tho Marino Hospital at Sail FranFor at every step. are busy plowing for bo, for (hem; but it ain't be, for ou. " John C. Thomas, cisco several months nnd at ltush Medical Pace. o corn. I. S Coi.bman, " For, colic, crampi, nnd pains in stomach, LIABILITIES. Chicago, 11 months, hut still did not get The cold weather has injured the nothing uiuaU Dr. l'krco'a Hmart-WocExt. belter, so came back to l'ensacol.i. My weight TiiDiti: lias bcarccly been 11 lime in Capital stock paidiu,incash525,ooj 00 I.UI ol l.PlU'ri was then 133 pounds Ith n heavy overcoat on. ForNHlo. wheat and oats, and there is but little Surplus fund 5,250.00 tho whole history ot the party which riirdraili-Common School. Remaining in Hartford Post Office, A good second hand cart. Call at My Friends Did Not Know Me, . . Undivided profits . . 6,312.33 prospect of having any fruit". The following pe'.iti n was 'rres;nted which if rot called for iu gave greater assurances of RepublicI was so broken down. Hut tho cli30 days Due Depositors Pi an success than dues the parent. The Messrs. Kverctte and Richard Tay- to the County Court Monday pray- will be sent to the dead letter office: mate ami thin ami homo gave ma a little courage DueSl'tebanks&St'te b'k'rs 48,830 36 this office or address IiicRei'Uhmcan being lit 50.98 lor visited their mother Saturday nnd ing the establishment of a Oraded and I began trjlng various medicines. In AuNot one minute elapses between the people who had w long listened fo the Mrs. Rhoda Taylor, W. N. Burch, gust, 1890, 1 was appointed to a position In the Sunday. School in the town of Beav.-- D.tm, $85i443.7 taking of One Minute Cough Cure United Htates custom house. My friends urged Mrs Mag Westbfook.L. R. Griuberg, cry of tho Democracy for a change of Messrs. O.na Slutlts and Tom MorBi:avi;u Dam Kv April 2, 1S91. my try Stati? oi Khntuckv, ) s nnd relief. Why shouldn't people William Meran, Mr. Charles Need-ha- tookwlfotuhavo mo day Hood's Sarsaparilla. I the National Administration, at hut It three times a Just to please her. Hut ton visited the family of M. N. Sliults To tiii; Juihjh or Ohio Countv Countv op Ohio j ' take One Minute Cough Cure? They Hi Mr. C. 0. Russell, Mr. John C. to my surprise I commenced to feel differently iu an evil hour heeded the empty Saturday and Sunday. John II. Panics, Cashier of Beaver should. They do. I, B Bean. Count: Hi niter a week on Hood's. I found I was hungry Shaneman, R, S Taylor, John Walpremise ami drove fiom power the Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located The Sunday School at this place nnd that I could sleep better) that tired feeling Slit. We, the undersigned, legnl ter. W. H. Giui'i'iN, P. M. and doing bushier, iu the town of nlso left inc. Ho I continued taking Hood's party whose measures hud nuido our opened Sunday with bright prospects voters and in the bounds lmo used nluo bottles and four Beaver Dam iu said county, being duA ll financial and industrial prosperity nt of having an interesting Sunday hereinafter set forth, boxes of Hood's Tills, with tho result that icspectfully ly sworn, fajs that the foicgoing rel'liliiloSiilr once the wonder, the envy nnd tho School this year. port is in nil respects n true statement I am Now In Good Health, that you order nu election to 1894, On 1 hursday, April world, They are of the condition of the siid bank at weigh 102 pounds, havo a good appetite, sleep The Inhibition, at I'rcntis, Satur- take the sense of the le0al votcis as to the late residence of P. fl. Davis, o ndmiratiou of tho fruits the close ot business 011 the 23d day and now enjoying the of their folly. day night, was a success. The pu- whether a Graded Common School Ohio county, near No Cn ek Church, v, ell, to havo not lost a day's work since I tako this medicine. When ever) thing ol December 1893, to the best of his That thoso who sow to tho wind must pils, and their worthy teacher, Mr. K. shall be established nnd maintained by I will offer for sale at pul lie auction knowledge nnd belief; nud further says reap tho whirlwind is Justus truo of K. Slutlts, did their best to make it .1 tax of (50) fifty cents on each one all the personal estate of aid Davis, that the business of said bank has been transacted nt the location namHannah. CO politics as of morals, and tho farmer an enjoyableoccasion. hundred dollars worth of property in consisting of horses, h js, cattle, else lus failed, I found that Hood's Sarsaparilla We ed, nnd not elsewhere; and thnt the i O who must sell his wheat nt fifty cents, said district, owned by persons nnd farming utensils, com audi hay. Sale cures." AitTiltm McCox.nkix, United States above report is made in compliance lot uiiltilt'l ran. Oonol Uargo Ofllcc, Tcnsacola, Florida, nvnnnrfwl 10 UO the workingmau who is out of a job I11 o'clock a. 111. I with an official notice received from One of the loveliest nnd most inter- corporations and n poll. tax of $: 50) begins Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and the Secretary of State, designating Aver, on 12 have plenty of time iu which to cal- esting of Baker's plays will be pre- one dollar nnd fifty cents on each Tei insFive dollars or on ths liver and bowoU. Hi), , efficiently, the 23d day of December, 1893. as the m m culate to a pretty closo estimate just sented this evening in Chapel Hall male inhabitant therein, over twenty-on- e months time, with interesttnnd good day 011 which such report shall be years old, under Section 100 and security. Smaller sums cah. This how much thoy missed it. Experience by the R. Iv. C. Society proceeds to made. S. T. BahnWt, is a good school and tho American go to repair Chapel Hall. lvverybody following, Common School laws, it April 2, 1894 And those desiring certificates should Subset ibed and sworn to before me DeWitt'aJyVUch Hazel Salve cleansbeing understood that ten cents on Administrator. write for catalogue of "The Teachers' by John II, Barnes, the 30th day of es, purifies nud heals. It was made peoplo have learned tho lesson again invited to attend. U Sinii.nv Tavi.or, Training School. A summer course. December, 1893. County Coutt Clerk. for that purpose. Use it for burns, OAdmission 25 cents; reserved seats, the hundred dollars worth of properDep. P most thoroughly and ns a result ot 35 cents. ty to be used for the inaintcna'ic; ol Hood's Sarsaparilla is absolutely Opens June 4th. this valuable nnd dearly bought I. P. IlAitNARn, President. cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores CD the school nnd the tcuni'tder for fur unequalled as a blood purifyer nnd R. IS. CnocKitTT, Principal, ' R. P, Hockkk, Director. knowledge, William McKiulev will of all descriptions and if you have la the You should not fail to attend the uishitig site nnd building purposes, strengthening medicine. It JNO, II. UARNK8, Klkton, Ky. piles use it for them, L,. I), Bean. lie inaugurated President in 1897. Cronothanatoletron the building not to exceed $5,oro, the ideal spring medicine. Try it. Tunnn (3-riIQ- a is not a single Democrat in O How sad the thought that Jack Ftost, selfish unfeeling scamp that he in, has almost totally annihilated the fruit crop. No apples, no peaches, no plums nor strawrni:t:i. No fruit. "No nothing," except a berries, no nothing Tluougha sumDemocratic Congress and President. mer devoid of these, life will have Chinn Bros, mill will leave this even more than ever of emptiness. week for the Victory neighborhood. Stii.i, Astir The interest in the In the death of Bayless Davis, this Tennis Club continues to increase, alplace has lost one of its best citiens. a man who led a quiet inoffensive life ready nine joung men have joined and there aie still others to follow. and one worthy of example. Arrangements will be unde nt once Kev. j.ii. I'erryman lined jus tegfir the outfit and between there April ular appointment here Sunday, and Rev. Olive Felix preached at night. showers the visitors to the city will Both services were well attended, and behold the boys prepiring to be the leading club of the county. enjoyed by all. . Mrs. Lottie Baird is visiting friends I.osi-- A Pi.av.r. In the removal and relatives in the Washington of Willie Moore with his fathet's neighborhood this week. No doubt whether or not it will do family to Sulphur Springs the Hartany good for us to mention it, but we ford Base Ball Club loses one of its cannot resist it, the section of the most promising young players. He is not only a good base runner and I.ivertnore road, leading from here to the Owensboro road, is a disgrace fielder with fair ability at the bat, but for one of his age has a wonderful to civilization. It will ever be so as curve as a pitcher. With caiefttl long as the present system of road training and the strength a year or working continues in vogue. We may have something more to say up- so will bring him he ought to be the most formidable pitcher in the on this subject at some other time. county. No FuriT. 0. Hindlcy iti follow "I lie Republicans are eager for the Ouhcrnntorinl frny. They arc confident that, in the present agitated state of the public mind they will stand a good chance of victory even in old Kentucky. Blaming, as they do, the Democrats for nil the financial loss that has conic upon us in the past twelve months, they expect to make the voters of this State believe that the Republican Governor would bring prosperity and hapinc-- to even the humblest home in the Commonwealth. "They are wiser in the choice of a candidate for Governor than hi the selection of an issue. The public naturally turns to Col. Wm. O. Brai'-lea leader, not only in this State, but head and shoulders over every other Southern Republican in ability and high character. He might be tempted to lead the Republican hope in '95, and with his engaging personality and splendid talents lie would be a competitor worthy of the steel of the strongest niait the Democrats could . nominate. "The Critic loves "Billy" Bradley like a brother, and it would regret to see him the victim of Republican aspirations, but as the Deiuocats must teach his party in Kentucky a lesson of humility, let us pray that a thorughbred like "Hilly" Bradley be brought to the sacrificial viae. He can be depended on to fight to the last ditch, and when he does die, as he study will, he will pass away with his boots on " s y, Grossir. The Buffalo . Times thus delivers itself as regards the "Hen hussy business." ,,But,nfter nll.the worst husband in tifcitiiiTTfcmrjTr'"TutC4 T'-- v MhMi ns follow) : oaid district to be bound the world is not the man who gets mad. The most unhappy woman I ever knew never gets say "d known to was the wife of n man who so lar in his wrath as to it," and who was never slam a door. He didn't drink; hedidu't gamble, and hedidu't even run nfter other women, but he snooped, and he sneaked, and he and if Providence ever spared anything more disagrceble to have around than a man, I never ran across it. This fellow was ntwnys on hand to find out just how ninny bars of snip were used in the family washing and how much suga." was put in rhubarb sauce. He counted out the grains ol coffee to each serving, nnd favored dried apple pies. I was at home once on the Fourth of Inly, when he gave his children ten cents apiece for fireworks and charg-i- t up on their good behavior account. "If I had been obliged to live in the same home with that man I should have aecidently killed him while cleaning my gun. "And yet he never raised his voice nor so much as breathed hard in the whole course of his life". hen-hussy Begluuiug nt the bridge on the Beaver Dam and llattloid Roid near the Jerry Williams farm, thence with said road to the II. S. Midkiif, farm, so as to include it, thence to the corner between the John Barnes nnd the Sam Sowders farms, thence fouth to and so ns to include the C. O. & S. W. Railroad, thence Fast with said lailroad so as to include it and the Beaver Dam Hotel pioperty to the bridge over Muddy Creek, thence down said Creek to the beginning. We further represent that the foregoing boundary embraces Common School District, No. 41, and parts of No. 10, the approval of a majority of the trustees ol each ol which, as well as that ol the County Superintendent, is indorsed hereon, We designate the lot in the town of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, in whirh the School-hous- e for District No. 41 now stands and the same located near the point where the North line qf the corporation of Beaver Dam crosses the Hartford and Cromwell road, as the site of buildings for the proposed Graded Common School, and certify that said site is not more than two and one-hal- f miles from any por-toi- n of the boundary of the proposed district. We respectfully subscribe ourselves to your petitoitt this lay of 189-1- . . r OLIVER CHILLED PLOW! I. 0-VJE3DF- iOO.COO SOLD 3La.ST VJEiJL.L. PLOW IN BEST GENERAL PUilPOSB THE WORLD! i ., ft AfM tea; iu ftp 10 WV There are Fifr?on why you Slnuld U3e Nothiirj but tho 0'iver Chill 3d Plow: duplicates, and by ..imply giving thu number and hand you are sum of u perfect fit. 10th. Tho Oliver Chilled I'iow ha liiin.lrnh of imitators. No nianul;ieturor w II try to imitate an ni.'etior plow. lllh. Iir ence nl maniigi'inoiit, ndjimuhilitynnil lightness of draft, it Iiim 110 eiieeeiHnl ompetitor. 12ih. The O iver Imi a record unparalleled in the hi!nrv of plow inakiuj', Irom I TiOO in 1871). to ovir 100.000 in lW.'i. . Your neighbiiis will tell you to buy the Oliver ntitl tnke 110 other. They jpcuk from faith born of experience llth. h'lVreare over ,.r00,000 Oliver Chilled l i..s iu actual use, mid three times as many nro being sold at tin; piesenl lime in any other plow iiiiinufnetiircd. They ure warranted to do heller wink and more of it, with the tame amount ofdrafl, than any other plows in ue. 1'nli Finally, these plow aie belter known, h.io leneheil a larger pale, have had a longt-- run, have roved mote popular and given betler fiitislae-t- i 11, than iinv other plows in the faeo of the globe. l.'S-h1 r 1 ) I,. J. M. Hudson, John J. Mitchell, S. I.. Mitchell, J. II. Nave, Joseph H. Miller. C. M. Taylor, .a Taylor, Brunton, B. II. Rummage, W. A. Austin, W. T. Austin, II. C. Maddox The petition to establish Graded Common School District as set out in the above is approved. II. II. O. I J. B. Rogers. : Supt. of Common Schools. We, the undersigned, being legal Trustees of Common School Districts indicated below, nnd which, or parts of which, are included in the propos"rLook out for imitation plow point j and oilier extras The genuine point-- and other repairs nre made only ed Graded Common School District, by the OLIVKIl CHILLED PLOW WOKKS. South Bend. Ind., T. S. A. All other are spurimi-- . hereby approve the petition Itenieinbrr R. P. Hocker-41- Trustee District No. , that the Oliver Uhilled Plows are Hie best 111 the world, anil lie sure you get only the genuine points nnd other re-- , Every OKXUINK piirs, thus avoiding the dissatisfaction that is sure to follow the use of the spurious extras. O. Austin Trustee F. Dristrict OLIVER CHILLED PLOW w made at our fnetorv and In stenciled on the wood work (he inscription ".M nu. No. 41. fnetured hy the Oliver Chilled PI .w Works, Smth Hand. i I., U S. A." A. M. Miller Trustee District No. sliji-n-is-I . 11 only genuine 1st. They are the triginal-iui- d ? Chilled Plow made. 2d. They arc twhiptcd to all kind nt Foil mid will do fir.'tehiss work in nod or tiubblo !hl. Tho miiuldhnariU uro llinmughly chilled, have no suit spots 111 tlu'iu, wi'l (cour 111 any soil, and will not wear out in ten years' plow'ng. 4ih. Oliver's Chilled' Metal' will no' corrode. The heavier eont ol runt iliul can nrciimuhilo on it will bo entirely removed by u luvv minute-,- ' usi', nnd the moulh'ird will be tii I111 lit tu.d sumnili ns before Jilli. The Oliver has a thnrouuhccuior draft, runu lighter than tiny other plow, and U under the diiect and complete control ol tho operatur. (i.h. The wood work being liee iVuiii niurtites permits. easy, rapid and prrlcet adjustment, either for two or thrre hopes. 7th. The Oliver ii economical u np:i!ri, and when your share is renewed you h.ive uti entirely new cutting edge. e slisiro cm he 8th. Tne Oliver patent furnished when desired: a w tiderfnl aviug device. ;iver ('hided Plows arc !llh. All parts of the fitted over temp'ntis at the work", hence are esiiet 10. For Sale by Wayne & Bro., Hartford, Kentucky. .:! a i HARTFORD silver-tongue- C a !''toi.s ... 6 3 M-i- V 9 1 9 $1000Worth Book-keepin- Beaver Dam ... ... DEPOSIT I 7 0 g ... doi-sn- 't Sec-reta- blood-tain- Post-offic- 9 s -- y .... first-clas- s SS5.-J43-- 0, d u 7 r tax-payc- pe-titi- 1 Iood's!vCures parties needing horse or jack bills should brirgor send them to The Republican office. are . 4 nt-1- wl good work. HreU. 3 t. J.1 V, j, -- nAv i.tJjx,-K uJ&u . - , .V-- jjt " ,yH, fyO"f ' ? ''' ' I?N "'. . tojyiMMfcJiwiii wtfjiirii j awnjiwia q town. ii .ihjyrfu -- rUVfri Mr. Cl.v Duva', Louisville, is in Mr. J. H. Cnroon hao been appoint' Police Judge. 1 Haling olatoes 00 cents per bushel at I,. I). St :vens. fc. M The best place in this part of the t Fajjlfros. Neman! Atyle hats for & Co's. Ha country to get a shave or a shingle is gentlemen at at the Tonsorial Parlors of II. C. Pace, on Makct Street. Messrs. J. M. Sanderfur, Horton, nnd R. P. Sorrels, of Cromwell, were pleasant callers at this office yester day. f'ovoliirV .& OUR SPRING OPENING! For 1894 will be the BEST, FINEST and most VAfclED display of the fine lines of Clothing, Dress Goods, Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods generally than ever before brought to this country. There are hundreds of families all over this Green River Country who want supplies, who want NICE Clothing, FINE Clothing, and a fashionable outfit generally. They had just as well pay for tliG thing they want as for something they do not want,hence our efforts to be HEADQUARTERS for these lines. Wc do not want a young lady to send to the city for a wedding outfit; we will furnish here. We will not allow youug r men to do the same. Come to Reaver Dam and get tluese thinirs.' n.ftav solnnt.inrr for vmirsnlf nt. t.lin lowest nrinos lrnmvn in D w" l 0 years. As far the Staples, we have stacks of them, lower than ever before. The low prices of tobacco will be more than set off by our prices. See Indigo prints by the bale at 5c. All standard prints, 5c. TICKINGS, Domestics, Cottonades, Shirtings, etc., at prices to correspond. Now we have not time to enumerate, but we will say to YOUNG LADIES, most assuredly we have every facility to suit you in the most e!egant style. MISS VIOLA PiRTJLE can arrange your headwearin the Finest and most Fashionable styles. You have no risk in apply- . ing to her. Young Gentlemen, who want a fine outfit will do well to call on us, at least, and if the NEWEST New York Styles of Clothing will please, we will certainly fit you up. In Clothing we propose to bs strictly headquarters. To HOUSEKEEPERS generally we will say that if you will come iiv with the cash or good Country Produce, we will guaran- tee satisfaction. To Farmers especially we will say that we are ready to supply you with the "Old Hickory" and "Tennessee" wagons, the "Horse Shoe" brands, Raw Bone and Corn Grower, and Homestead Tobacco Grower, which have stood the test of years. We can furnish the celebrated Steel-Gea- r buggy, all the lowest price. Finally, we invite all to give us a call. Resp'y, KJrtif line fof frcuch and zephry ging- Strange Things fSttft j Hut the strangest thing is how we can afford to sell a ladies Shoe for $1.25 that luis been sold for 53. Such strange things as this we arc doHave often been discussed. We may be called ing with our entire stock of goods. April fools for it, but we realize that people buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we are working for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you hams at r & Co's. Prhws are never too high in Millin erat Hair Bros. & Co's. !armel Drip, Sorghum, Stevens. Molasses at I N. O. 10 rturtnti have not limited any mud ill Hartford but will clean your horsis nil the same. Call on them. Miss Pearl Joplin, ol Kliabcthtown, stopped over a few days here the first of the week, on her way to Russell ville where she will attend school. Northern HarlyVtose potatoes $1. per bushel at I,. lAstevens. Hdltor Worsley, M the Industrialist, was in townMonday. Judge H. Diulley Walker went to I.eitchficld Wednesday. (0 P) (D CO u that merchants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same they do credit ones? We have no bail debts to make our customers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and you get the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring CLOTHING Is in nnd we arc making our competitors tremble with the prices we arc relllng them at. Suits they sell at $15 we let go at $9, and such fathc amount we will save you h through our entire Clothing Stock, which we have no hesitancy in saying is decidedly the largest and most .tv Complete Stock the town or county. Remember we can save you Your money on anything you wish to buy in our line. cash docs not have to go to pay back losses, as it docs (11 when you trade with that does a Credit Business. "The proof see! ' oj the pudding is chewing the bag.' Come nnd And be convinced. FAIR BROS. &CO lMlOnilCTOItt OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. THE SHOE STORE jmmk LADIHS- -lf Don't stop until jou get to hcad- quattcrs. If j oil wml Shoes, don't go to a tailor, but go ' to a Shoe Man. SCHAPMIRE IS YOUR MAN. Me can suit the most fastidious and exacting taste. His spring stock consists ol the latest styles, toes nnd lasts. J you want neat, nitis-- ; MHN'S SHOKS in Ian. kangaroo, Don-hi- s lootwe.ir, don't stop until you see'Glove Kid. Gazelt Kid, Calf and tc stock of Russian Calf, Ooe Cdf.ola. av.d a big line ol Plow Shoes.d Hrench Kid. The Hluchcr, Mat Kid, Prices from $1 to $5 N. H. hvery-nnguaranteed as represented. Dongola. Prices from $1 to $3 5o-thi- . . Friday, Aritu. Go anil Kec 6, 1894. the wdnderful Chrono ( thanatoloron. Miss Jssie Ford has returned from Louisville. Goto lllall and get yourchurns and milk cnfcks. Come nut see toe new Goods at Carson A Co.'s. II. Wl tie returned from Iouisvilfp Sunday Dr. J Sherifljj. P. Stevens went to I.eitch ficld Wednesday. Lots and lots ol fine 'urnituie cheap CajSon & Co s Remember Hall wasits your hogs and will pay he best nccs. Go to Hall and git 22 Ms of the very best O v. Sugaf for$t. at Gents latest no, at rnir liros. Neatest and be Hies in neckwear ols It is hard but l&r, the town has furnished the mud, and wc will furndies and Misses Ox ish the Rubbing in tor to clean your ford at Fait Iros. & Co's. horse. CAsnmiyi & Burton. The new timtUable goes into eflect Jessie Dean, the rlcgro who has Sunday.the 8th. on die C. O. & been confined in jail to pay a fine for Tluflacc to firtd the latest style carrying concealed weapons, finished inlllncry t Hufr Bros. & Co's his time yesterday and was released. Horn, to the wife f G. C. Pirtlc, Mr. T. L Rogers, of Heaver Dam, Cromwell, on Tuesday night, a fine came in Monday to pursue his law girl. studies for a few months preparatory of Mr . to a permanent location at some point Bessie, the little daughter T. Parterson, is sufferlngVvith an ab-o- in the State. in her ear. R. T. Tiflecddle, as good a blacksmith as tfiere is in the Green River rMinrr.1i PiMiffrntirp nt Xt. Herman . Hor at Yeiser's country Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. nil kins of general blacksmithing H. H. Patk. call 0 him. Messrs. R R. Wedding, Rosinc, and Capt. S. K. Cox has just received Luther Rogers.Selcct.attended Hcderal from Mr. G. T. McIIenry, who is in Court at Paducah the first of the week. Colorado, a large mounted eagle, which Miss A. H. Lewis will return from can be seen at the Hank. Call in and vili a nice line of take a look at the proud American the Hast Millinery, and would be glad to have bird. all her friends and Wtrons call and Mr. Albin Shull and Miss Jessie see her nice line of goods. Miller, two popular young people of Hievins, a prominent Hopewell, were married at the home Mr. R. 11. and highly respected citizen, died at of the bride's father Rev. J. A. Miller his home at Rockport on the 27th ult. Wednesday, the latter performing He was a good man and his place the ceremony. will be hint ti fill. The attention of all School Trus S. C. Taylor, of Rochestees to Section 85 of Common School ter, spent Monday and Tuesday in Law, found elsewhere in this issue. the city, much to the delight of his Notice that one copy of the census rettnny friends here who are always port from each District is to be sent glad to sec him. to the County Clerk and one to the' forRev. T. M. Morton will fill Dr. County School Superintendent as the Baptist merly. Coleman's pulpit at Church hereSunday next at 1 1 o'clock. Dr. A. D. James, the invincible Rev. Morton is an able and rising champion of Republicanism in Muhyoung minister and he should be lenberg, was in the city Wednesday greeted by a large congregation. and yesterday in the interests of the Louisville Commercial, The .Doctor NewOn last Saturday Judge Hen ton, of Buford, was nominated for is very popular with our people who Magistrate to lead the Populist forces, only await an opportunity to demon in the Buford Magisterial District. He ; strate the fact. He is doing a great is a popular man and well qualified work for the paper. for the place. Urent Itciliirf Ion. 33c. buys a 24 HAsack Choice Fan Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Miller, OwensI boro, came up last Friday to visit cy Flour. $2.50 buys a bb . Choice Fancy friends and relatives at McIIenry and Central Grove. Mr. Miller returned Flour. 38c. buys a 24 Hi ; ack Rough River Sunday while Mrs. Miller will remain Flour. two or three weeks. $3 00 buys a bl 1. Rough River Mr. T. B. Ross, of McIIenry, and Flour. Miss Delia Garrison were married Standnrd Lily $3 90 buys a bbl yesterday evening at the bride's Our Choice. home in the presence of a number ol By the aid of new machinery, well wishing friends. They are two this Flour has been greatly improved. of thecounty's best young people and Now equals $4 00 and $4.25 brands the Rui'UiiucAN extends congratula- of other make. tions. J. W. FoRn &Co. Hor the occasion'of the State G. A. R., Bowling Green, Mr. R. L. Canon and Miss Ida Rag-lanTickets will Ky., April Rosine, were married yesterday be on sale at Beaver Dam to evening at the home of the bride's Central City or Norton-villfather, Mr. M. S. Ragland, in the April to nnd 11, good until the presence of a number of friends and 15th inclusive to return at one fare. relatives. After the ceremony and II. Mimiucic, Agent. the congratulations of fiends, reMr. and Mrs. W. F. Kennedy went freshments were served tpjthc delight to South Carrollton Friday to visit of all, and the bridal party repaired his mother and meet his brother, Mr. to the home of the groom's mother, Newt Kennedy, General Baggage near Sulphur Spriugs. They are deAgt.,of the Queen nnd Crescent Route, serving young people, the groom beNew Orleans, who was up on a short ing a popular young business man visit. Mr. Kennedy returned Mon- and the bride a beautiful and cultured day nnd Mrs. Kennedy will return lady. Their many friends congratulate them upon their happy union. tii sw. is-a- JD ' OQ (D J 3 0) ss O , to-da- y j3 m' CL ! fl P g" c q 3 fl) fr c- - O O -- HOCKER Notm. The Masonic Lodge here decided at its last regular meeting, which was held on Monday night, to have a big barbecue on Saturday, June the 23d, nnd it Is proposed to make it a great occasion both as regards a bountiful table, good speaking and much social enjoyment. The official announcement will be made in due time. The Committee appointed is made up of the following named: J. C. Riley, G. J. Bean, A. D. White, J. J.Bozarth, J. B. Rogers, J. A. Bennett and James Snllenger. Hartford Lodge, No. 675, H. & A. M., at its regular meeting, Monday night, April 2d, extended a unanimous vote of thanks to Mr. Louis Gunthcr ' and daughters, Misses Hennie and Maggie Gunther. for the arrangement of the carpet, table cover and other improvements they have made about the Hall. A vote of thanks was also extended to Miss Mary Rowe for the very efficient aid in making the candy at the recent candy pulling. The following named members of other Lodges attended the meeting at Masonic Hall Monday night: S. L. Hulkerson and C. L. Woodward, Ceralvo: and J. A. Bowling Hords-villMitfcoiile e. &C0 I fl c Cnnon-Itnglitni- l. d, Kliza-bethtow- n, TRACY & SON O P) - ffl e, O c o sfi to-da- J r- -1 ) V r : 1 iv 1 v a 1 , i s k ? u. Kennedy, the photographer, is pre pared to glv satisfaction to those wishing pictures. He is reasonable in his price nnd his main object is to pleasefeach and every one of his Pictures from the smallcustomers Miss Martr Cox lelttycsterday for a ladies fire shoes atlKair Bros & Co's. est locket size to largest life size. Come While you nre enjoying health, visit oFSeverat weeks 1 at Owensboro lvvery pair guaranteed, a fac simile ot yourself, one 'Auburn. The preltftst Hats in town are rou would be proud lor your those trfjmued byjMiss Collins, CarJ. Ho.arth is preparing to itds to behold. Gallery over Red son SfCo's. populfr Milliner. ereoTa fine tobacco bai on his farm smill line of ready-mad- e Hall has across the River. Clotting ant) will sell cheaper Mr. Nick Hocker, ol McIIenry, bad Born tffttie wife of jCharley Wim- - than auybolly in (he county. a fall during the big sleet several satt, Sulphur Springs! on Tuesday, a Just receved a ot of shoes at Hall's. year.-- ago, by which his neck, to all oy or girl, we piavn't learned Come in mil see t rem and get our intents and purposes, was broken, w prices. They are cheaper than the but he lived and recovered save that in no wise could he use his tuck By The funeaT of P. IE Davis will be cheapest. contrivthe use of some head-gea- r preached'uy Rev. R J. Brandon nt ProCA. A. Broin. of South Car ances, however, which he had made, Churcli the second Sun UnionGrove rollton, representiag Hocker & Mc he could go about and was nlwajs at diuMn June. Cowan, Alhrbledea! ers, passed through work. He went to the World's Hair The shelves won't hold the fine La- - town Tuesday. last fall and fell in with a surgeon, dies ress Goods at Carson Sc Co's. whom he went to Hoi Springs, Messrs. Hair Bros. & Co arc hav- - with They arc stacked u ion the counters. Arkansas, where he submitted to a ing their big store (on Uuion Square and get a bargain. surgical operation and is now fully renicely painted, Geo. L. Klein is do- covered. I,. Carspn returned front ing the work. Mr. Moiganlown Tuesday, where he spent Mr. W. H. Moore and family movMat riage license: Liolan Hurt to the pwt week vi itlng friends and ed yesterday to his fattn above Sul-- . Miss Luc A. WJite, Albin Shull to relatives. Springs. Our people regret very Miss Jessie Millet, John B. Wilson to phur much to give up such apleasant family John R. Phinpa is having a Miss Mabel Kimj, R. L. Canon to Ironi their midst. Mr. Moore, for the bill of lumber sawed preparatory to Miss Ida Raglaifd, past fourteen years, hasbecn connect.building a fine stocld and grain barn Mr, Hd Black lock died at his home ed with the firm of John A. Reitz& on hts lqrm just Hasnof town, near Sulphur Springs Wednesday Son, Hvansville, as their agent and I The PApullsts of th Rosine Magis morning nt 10 'clock ol cancer. He has transacted a great "deal of busiferial Dltftrlct met at Beaver Dam last was a good citi; en nnd leaves a wife ness for the company. He continues Saturday in Coveutioutand nominatand family to tiourn his untimely I his connection with that firm and ed Mr. Sam Paxton fir Magistrate, taking away. The remains were in- will in connection with Mr. Virgil and Mr, B. H. Stewart for Constable. terred in the Foreman Grnveyanl Rcnfrow go into the the milling busiThey are both good me ness. yesterday. Gun' and daughter, Mis. E. Mr. nndMrs. Ben Ringo went to Mcrccdds, went o Rosine Tues- - Morganfteld Wednesday. Miss day. Bom to the wife of Judge J.S Glenn Ynn can ik X the ll est bargains in last Tuesday, a fine girl. GrocejUs'of Tom Ha kcr at Carson & Df't till to see he line of Millin-enygoeds nt Carsort Co.'s. Attorney H. 1). Giiffy attended the The finest nnd 1110, st stytish line of miiitlals at Rosiue mens fine shoes at 1' Canondtnuland air liros ec (Jo s. yesterday. Mr. G. G. Hair has built a new fence weirf Are just received another large about his elegant premises on Wash of latest stVle clothing at ington Street, Cfson S: Co's. Buy a pair of Prielinvers Oxfords for & a at Hres. 3 tock of clothing Misses 'Mallic Ferguson nnd Birdie Nuciau, are each teaching a subscrip- ' tion schjol at South Carrollton, the former 011 the lower floor and the latter on the upper floor of the These building. are school two excellent young ladies and they nre teaching excellent schools. The schools will close about the middle of May with appropriate exeicises. Keoiiomy midNtreiiKllt. Valuable vegetable remedies are used in the preparation of Hood's Sarsaparilla in such a peculiar manner as to retain the full medical value of every ingredient. Thus Hood's Sarsaparilly combines econeray and strength nnd is the only" remedy o which "too doses one dollar" is true. Be sure to get Hood's. '..E ,ciey irs ma 'i "bt m .: a vwr'Wfe--?HHM',r- v in 0) a t- c " - . irja c S5xiifclK-,t:?!if- ms$sze- " (D "mRvv jaZAWr in Farming LK)S Implements. Ifsl- w Tl td' s Hood's Film do not purge, pain or gripe, but net promptly, easily and efficiently. A Nllui "ACME HARROWS" A SPECIALTY. 0 1 lltjf. i i ) I Will Lvnve Beaver Dam about 19th or 26t df April. All persons wanting- first-claphotographic work, I will be glad to make them. Remember I use the Instantaneous Process for Baby Pictures. Come to Beaver Dam for Court Non-U- . your Photos, whete you always get CIRCUIT COUIIT. NKW SUITS. Yours truly, s work. Allen King sues T. S. Nave for rent A. D. Taylor. on farm and sues out general attachment. Vitula Park sues Wnile Park for divorce. James McGill et. nl. sues John V. Greenwood for $8S,28, THA2T ventlon to be held in Bowling Green C. J,. Field sues the C. K. Meisse lust., to nominate n cat -on the 19th Co. for $ 60.50, nnd gun nishee served "didatc forjudge of the Court of ApJ. M. Robinson, Norton & Co. peals. A Fair Skin, sues Lycurgus Barrett for $218 49. t Rusolvkd, That our delgates be inWilliam, Hamilton ct. nl. sucsKd rnEB mow structed to cast the vote of this counHamilton for $66.66. ty lor Hon. Willis L. Reeves. PIMPLES, Grinstcad & Tinslcy sues Henry Resolved, That B. D Ringo, T. J. t t.each on judgment from Quarterly OILS P. Sanderfur,' Smith, G. B. Likens, J. Court and gurarnlshce Jo. B. Rogers, H. V. Taylor, R D Walker, R. H. 'mmmmWL wJir School Kupeiitciideiit of Ohio county. Hocker, Rowan Holbrookand all othJ . J. Schulton & Co. sues Quisen-bert- y county be and they BASH, er Democrats of the & McCucn for $724 10. are hereby appointed delegates to ' Or any other defect, originating In CarterD ty Gccds Co. tucs same for said Convention, and in the event $1058.99. none should attend, Ben T. Perkins, COURT 01' CLAIMS of H.Ik ton. is authorized to cast Sooured by Ualn Zi Esq., The Clerks are just now using the the vote of this county pursuant to new books furnished by the Stnte instructions. under the new law nnd they nre of a ' order was made directing tl e An very inferior ijnnlity. Secretary to have the proceedings The time for holding the Fiscal Convention published nnd the Hat curmi Othw, WlH Our Ytu Court has leen f t for" Tuesday niter ss The smallest crowd ever gathered nt a political Convention at the Court House gathered Monday in the Democratic Convention, which had been advertised extensively for the past several weeks. Mr. G. B. Likens, Chaiman of the Democratic County Committee, called the body to order and was chosen permanent Chairman of the meeting) with Mr. B. L. Kelley as Secretary. Mr. T. J. Smith offered the following resolutions, which were adopted: Rksolvkd, That we approve of the call of theDemocratic Convention of Turnout. Call on them for anything in the Implement Line. TRACl SON, - Hartftrd, bytheCour-er-Journal first-clas- the fourth Monday in October and the first Monday In January. the Jury Drum furnished The Court of Claims allowed $6 for Co., and for which they presented a bill or $25. .Court adjourned Friday evening. r. Better Cure s 01 conceal; Try the Blotchei, Globe Fertilizer. CAKCUoygl's Hartford Ky. Mr I'. W. Yeiscr is no better. R. II. Gillespie nnd Owen Williams arc just recovering (rout the muuips. R. B. Martin and Tom Taylor, Cromwell, passed through town yes day. Celebrated r r IMPURE BLOOD ed Sarsaparilla AVER'S . Remember the Cionothaaatolettcii 1 vM m i ' J 0 fcRen ;v 'k.AL' .. - ' - ki., . c. ,h.i. & ui.iMi .t' x ., r t fbfi . i k A h" 1" '',. , .. ... vTT 1. . uJ& -- ., - .7v if j Hartford Republican Friday, Ar-nii- . 6, 1894. WOMEN AND MONEY. Banker:) Sooff Fair Onn Idon of Their Inability to Transact Bualnoea. or Than Hanking Cater to Their Comfort and Convenience. Men-H- un three-quarte- at tbo Are Mora Satisfactory flrpaalu Imtl-lotio- n There nrn half a dozen uptown of banks which do their business with women. Situated in the residence and shopping .districts, they are used for the housekeeping and private purses of thoso women who have incomes of their own or are paid quarterly allowances by husbands or fathers. The old jokes anent woman's Inability to transact money matters are scoffed at by tho officials of those banks. They say that women are much more satisfactory depositors than men, seldom If ever overdrawing their accounts and presenting ttelr books at regular intervals to be written up. The constant presence of ladies has, however, necessitated a chango in the arrangement of the bank building Itself. One in particular, in tho heart of the shopping district, has had Its ''ladles' department" enlarged to accommodate cozy easj' chairs and desks for tho comfort of its depositors, and just by the side entrance Is as dainty a little dressing room as was ever presided over attendant. by a busy, Every possible toilet accessory is to bo had here, from needles and silk of all colors to replace a mUslng button to powder puffs and manicure articles. A llttlo tray of hairpins is at hand," while whisk brooms, violet water and lavender salts occupy conspicuous places. And then tho tempting arrangements for giving the hands or face ono little wash; an oval basin sunk in a spotless marble slab and fed by shining faucets, and such a pile of 6iiowy towels these and tho cako of scented soap mutely Invito to remove tho soil of shopping. In fact these cozy little conveniences do much to swell the clientelo of a bank. The attendant at this particular bank says that the lorger u woman's account the more eccentric she Is in her methods of disposing of it. A year ago few women depositors handled their money at all, making payments by check and only calling at tho bank to make deposits or visit the safe deposit vaults. Sinco tho troubles last summer they call regularly once a week or oftener, draw what they need In gold and carry It away in little chamois bags fastened inside their frocks. Some of tho women after counting their money at tho paying teller's desk run into tho dressing room, spread it on a table and go over it two or three times. Ono rich woman rolls her money into a tight wad and thrusts it Into her stocldng; another ties hers in a neat brown paper parcel and bears it off in triumph. N. Y. Herald. rs whlte-nproned INFLUENCE OF ANCIENTS. It Still Continues to Make Itself Felt In Literature and Art. After all, there is nothing In modern llteraturo or art that quite takes tho place of the ancient. The alumnus who, In his college days long ogo, found new posslbilites In each page of Virgil, Cicero or Homer, now, after years of forgetfulness of those giants of ancient days, finds that modern thought Is soon exhausted, and turns unconsciously to tho friends of his matriculation. It is essential to know ancient art and letters to oppreclatc tho modern. The latter's genesis was In tho former. Honco the demand for tho old masters will never altogether ceaso. Prof. Alfred J. Church, professor of Latin In the university college, London, has translated a series of tho stories of Homer, Virgil, Llvy and Herodotus. Charm of Simplicity. Whutever has 6tood the crucial of time has possessed before all else tho element of simplicity. Over elaboration Inevitably destroys permanence ad well as beauty. The dress of the Greek woman, for Instance, though not found practicable for our workaday age and clime, still remains the standard of beauty and grace, and its principal characteristic was simplicity both of form arid color. Little decoration was used, sometimes a border of simple design, but the beauty of a robe depended innlnly upon the flowing graceful lines in which tho material itself hung. is visiting herbiuKie.sat llurse ltr.mch. W. W. ramp and II O WujUildge spent Sunday alaniooa near Hosine. Horn, on the 26th inst., to the wife of Uob lloyd, a girl. Martied, Wednesday 2S1I1, nt the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J, li. Smith to Miss Mary Williby. Kev. Taylor, of Uosittc, performed the ceremony. Mi. Smith is a railroad man and has many ft tends in this victuiiy. Mrs, Smith is an accomplished ouug lady and has a large ciicle ol Iriends. Mr. Smith can con gratulate himself 011 winning the htarc of this charntiiig joung lady, and we extend to them our best wish es, hoping that the sunshine of prosperity tiny brighten their pathway through life ns they glide happily side by side along the rugged and uneven pathways of this"vorld. May no obstacle be thrown in their way to impede their onward progress tdgood fortune and happiness. There arc others we learn to follow Mr. Smith's example soon. It is very nice, indeed, to have a "King" in our little town, and perhaps in the near future we may have the pUniiirc of crowning one of our young ladies "Queen." It is 110J. often we hear people say they ate loud of Lyons, but we know a young lady who is particularly fond of the one we have hero. It seems the small boys ate taking an interest in the Breckenridge-Pol-lar- d York? cjsc. Joe was heard yesterday "Is he aware that this jt.uug man to say to Sa.-.i- , where will Miss Pol- Steele, who is honored by a Demo- lard and Breekcnti.lge g'et their moil-- ! is a ey to pay the expense ol this suit? cratic Administration, and a Democratic hater, Sam. "Th;y can borrow ftont the who during the Lincoln campaign Treasurer. Pa told 1112 tltsy hil disconsorted with abolitionists, and spent continued his pension, and he suphis nights marching through the mud- posed they were short cf money. ' dy streets ol Philadelphia carrying a J.r.wrs. torch, the drippingof which ran down It you cc3ire a luxurious growth of upon the oil cloth cape of his wide healthy hair of a natural color, natuie's awake uniform!" ' crowning ornament ol both sees, use The indictment was ttue in subo ily Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair stance, even if exagerated in detail. Renewer. Mr. Steele had been an enemy of negro slavery, had joined the WideR! PENNYROYAL PiLUS awakes, and had voted for Lincoln. It the celebrated Female Regulator, never had occurred to hint, however, i.erf'ectly safe and alwavs relia that he was any the less loyal, on that ble.aieF01 all Inegu'&rities, painful account, to the Government whose Menilruatiiius Suppressions, they Chief Magistrate for the time being never fail to allord a speedy and cerwas the Democratic lUiclianan, or tain relief. NO EXPERIMENT, but that he was less painstaking, or the ufcietitific and positive relief, adopted All less honest, or the less ready to only after jean of experience. orders supplied direct from our ofshoulder personal perils and risks in fice. Price per package, 81.00, or the accomplishment of the errand on six packages for 80 00, by mail pint-paiwhich he had been sent. The fact EVERY PACKAGE GUARthat he had exercised, as a private ANTEED. Particulars Oealed) 4c. citicn, his freedom of political choice, All Correspondence strictly Confcost hint his honorable detail. It also idential. PARK REMEDY CO. Boston, Mass. cost him all the expenses he had paid out of his own pocket for the Government. An ungrateful Repub o.A.i-iX- . lic, has not, to this day, paip him back a dollar. It probably never will. & When he was convicted of a different faith from the ruling powers, he had nothing more to look for, either in justiee or in courtesy. Miss Kosa Graves, ol Post-office, Post-mastPost-office Post-mistetiigger-worshipper the honorable dutyof superintending the triuislcr in person. He mapped out n plan, of which the first item was the purchase ofn nutubci oflatgc, d boxes. These he stronjr, had made under his own supervision, paying lor tliejn himself. Then he picked his men todo the packing, and contracting lor the wagons to do the hauling at both ends or the line, even going to the extreme caution 111 his choice of drivers, so ns to be Mite to have no slips occur no wheic When the day arrived for the fiiht shipment, Mr. Steele went along with the boxes, keeping nil of Ihcm under his own eye. Arrived at New Yotk he unloaded his wagons in the same catcful way, ne never relaxing his vigilance till the la.il box had been delivered into the custody and the nciipt for of the it was stowed away in his wallet. The next day he look charge of another He was astonished, howshipment. to ever, on reaching the find himself Mirrouniided a.ul anxiously wnlchcu ly n crowd ofclnUs, who left the.:- - regular woik to mount guard over the execution ol his task. On the third day the same thl.ig was tepcated, but with scrutiny more sharply r.ccenluatcd. Ikloic he could begin the fourth day's work he receded notice that he was relieved of hi special duty, and that another man had been detailed to sure icic him. His astonishment knew no bounds till some one showed him a Philadelphia newspaper ofulira Democratic stripe, with ane.litoihl article conspicuously marked, reading in this wise: r Gem. ml con"Is the scious what he 'sd ling, in entrusting to an enemy t :e delic.ilc mission of tranferring this great mass of pos.a, c stamps front Philadelphia to New Jot iron-boun- tors, Nora and Uessie.'of Fordsvillc, are viMtiug m Ilorscliraiiehtlii.'i wtok. Tilt re bcc'ius to be qtme an attraction nt l'onlsville lor Jdr. Wallace Graves, ns lie makes his tegular visit there every Sunday, Young Dr. King, .i this place, has a good practice and Is having great biicccss. EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO. 555 Ride 03rP oixrirJOiiNr3xrugLT'i. Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State, has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: iKpExcelsior Ghurcli anil School INtfS& w PURE ST. LOUIS OF CUUrtSEJUGET, a mmmszjo r 0m CLAIRETTE i..u flai 1 ' ' ( (If rtM- Furnishing Company.? vJ tW ITS MERITS F0RCLEANIN6 mwand washing the clothes. Assure it welcome f WHEREVERa IT GOES. "i -' JCPWHICHISBOSS. FAIRBANKS OLAIRETTE SOAP 15 THE BEST FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE. ALLGROCE.RS KEEP IT. tE. oNly BY CO. N.KJA1RBANKST. LOUIS. The Best Shod a HbwbMmu tyBUSSSfiSffilj Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. B- - W. L. DOUGLAS Shoe. m 85, $4 and 83.60 Dress Soles. 3 S3.GO Police Shoo, . J. C. BflOOKE, Prcs. and Gen! Wgr. 'W 9.1 jbjzi rj U M 82 and $1.76 for Boys. xm$i a GENTLKMEX: Having OMimiued with tome care the Map?, Charts, LADIES AND MISSES, 7WjnttPaUS$jf ' e?Ar Globes and Blackboard Material which you propose to oiler to the schools of XS 83, 82.60 82, $1.75 this State under the law requiring Mich illustrative apparatus, I can recomany dmlur CAUTMN.-- If -?rm. offer, jrou VT. t Itauirla. s--5 tec mend tliem as being of good material, good workmanship, and suitable for (liar, nt nanng pruo. ha. them Willi vjr mi is ihe BESrJfco 'WttsJrrs?! or .ay. 110 namn nanpM ina the use of our teachers. Your plan to fell tlicin in combination, nml limy vc- vt im. out ma nuuum, put Hint kfllllP IM . tn. hai.u?'iiciS'iisi'L.i.I r ns you assure me, very materially reduce the pi ieo of the whole, is to be :itw uown a. ammo. commended, and especially so in your outfit is made" to cover substantially our whole school course as laid dr.un in Sec. 21 of the School Law. The g!ve fitting, four classes you have arranged, from which tnt'trcs may choose, nt upecific W. L. DOUCLAS Sliocii arc stIUh, cany Try one nnd nnd bebetter con B.ilIsf.uVon nt the prici--i ni'tcitlu.'il thin any o'tlicr mnVc. pair Inccd. The stamping of W. I.. Dnuglaa' n.ima ami price on the bottom, which prices ranging from S- -' to eo. lor a complete outfit, is a great point 111 C'l.irantcei their value, taxes llioiiMiuN of I'oll.i-- nnimally to llioc who wear them. your iavnr Dealers who push the. talc of V. I.. J)oiif;li Shoes gain cutoincri, which helps to line tliclr n nnl to rit lnf no the sale onran .a fulliiiuiii-- oflv(,""!'. '1 i,r mir roolnr.r of lliat n - rmill, - t ise tiiivlii ll Jim Ialrr adtco uti,llratlon. W. TU J()L'JI.A.'J, trocUton, UR43. V...U l)lsv. Catnlocuo f.uo K 1 -. .. A. i.--Lxctiltoior beliool Desk Co., Cincinnati. -- OEFICK OF SUI'KUINTJSNDEN'n OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Frankfort, Ivy., Jnn. 17. loll-j- j .. - 4. m&.fR - .r $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. VL x?m $2.60, $2 for Worklngmen. e.I. to. ". fc -- s !- I These Goods are perfectly reliable and the Company is represented by a home to man. Pb' r- r P. REN PROW. Sulphur Springs, Ky. AfTENTSfl F&fMRS! - W, M, BAEHSS, ftoeal Ag'tf P A Com to Hartford -- - II yon xvX23.t to 33viy ST7LKET OR A DISK PLOW, HARROW & TO SHE TIIK- -- jSRW Or if TLTOiJi. Wix3Lt st Cultivator or cti.srtl3.1-soL- in tla. AT iOTT -- FIICES f o:rcr $k teitk, FOR OASHv- Don't fail tOTDuytnem of Vw The. gloomy fears and the weariness of soul, of which so many complain, would disappear if the blood wete made tnor'.-- healthy befote it reaches the brain. Ayer's Sarsaptrilla purifies and vitalizes the blood, and thus rondures to health of bodvai.d mind. In 3Iriniiry or.tlorllo Johnson, Mettle, daughter of G. I. S: Emma Johnson, of Sulphur Springs, died March 23 io-l- at 11:30 p. in. She was a dutiful and obedient daughter, a kind and affectionate sister. Her funeral services w ere conducted Sunday, the 25th. by the Kev. Perryinan ol the No Creek church nt the church here in the presence of a large after which she was laid to rest in a near-bpla:e, where the violets are blooming, smiling in the gentle breees and the zephyrs sing sweet carols, as they flit among the trees; where the merry songsters warble, from the morn till shades of night, there we laid their darling Mertie, ever more from mortal sight. I,. P. Mauti.v. , y The Leading Photgraphsr. Pictures In Ete;j SPRING OPENING op General Blacksmith and Woodworker, J. D. WILLIAMS. Stie &d Sis:, SSyOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. Main Street. I08J 37mG OWEXbBOJiO, KY COST IN C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Surprise Washing Machine. Steel Single Trees and Hoes. Davis Carriage Company. Ho will gave you MONEY by Uuymg from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip front 00.00 up to The Davis Carriage Company lias the reputation of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory in Cincinnati. QMII1TT. SEST IN (JVlUII, 1TEW TORK If EEC KLY TRIBUNE -- WHITE'S CREAM AND- test VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. So come and judge for yourself. -- FOR 20 YEARS m mwm wmfoi 1 i i i 111 j 4 i SOLD EV13HYWHEHK. rrtpir! bT MCllinPWX atMCIVK CO.. ST. a - P ta 1k.'c1 YA EJ id U1 SOSINiSS Hi s ino pro.itjiraetlc.it Huslnoiir. Tratnlncf. nnrt Shorthand MMioirus. 'I hoy Ktvo ji to buKluors nml mici'css. Ciralnutio Irce. Hponuor, l'lcs't, .. ipoi AdUi-cs1". Fish, Sou'y. Kpmicerlati ColleRO at nook-Kropln- rr TLWi K ulUQC 11SW B (inconporATED.i 00LLE6ES ONE YFAR Louisville, Ky.. Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Ind. $1.25 irL Advance. ' Hartford, Kentucky "Tired! Oh, Mrs. Languish tired all the time!" Mrs. Smart. "Well, so I used to be until I began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a spring Might Make Things Worse. medicine, and now I don't know what It might serve a useful purpose If it is to have that tired feeling. Try American gold and silver smiths were to follow the Russiun custom it, my dear; only be sure jou get Ayer's." of engraving n suggestivo quotation front some philosopher upon uoitsi: mt i.Mii. their spoons and dishes. Perhaps March 30. Reports arc coming in some dinner conversations might be counless vapid and badly sustained by from different sections of tlr.means of this slmplo expedient try that the greater portion of the though on the wholo thoso who fruit is killed. Quite a number of our neighbors ore familiar with the philosophies of the ages, und can descant Interest- have planted their gardens. ingly upon them, are not tho ones to Prof. I.cach, our popular school be at a loss for topics without ex- teacher, gave a spelling-matcnt the traneous aid. s:hool-hous- c last Friday night, with a large attendance. All pient Ink- I'lirll.niiKlilit (JuiivMiiiI. ing part made it quite an interesting K.L.K.IN KATr.lIi:i.l)'SVA!!IIIN(',TON. The thirst for political spoils and affair. Quite a number of our friends of the absurd idea of distrusting public Horse Hmnch attended the funeral ' functionaries simply because they be' long to a different partisan faith of II. T. l'oid, near Pordsville, last from one's own, are no new thing In Sunday. Mrs. lissie Pilatul has just returned this country. A story told of Mr. Steele, of Philadelphia, the engraver, home from I'ordsville, where she has who is one of the bidders of the new been visiting Mrs, J. I,. Davidson and postage-stamcontract, illustrates friends. Mts. Ruth Graves is visiting her this. Mr. Steele was employed in the works of the Philadelphia contractor, mother, Mrs. II. V. Mitchell, near who was furnishing the Government Pordsville. Miss Nettie Coppage, of Foidsville, with stamps during the Buchanan adis visiting her sister, at this place. In the winter of 18G0 ministration. Mr Robert McDauiel, our hotel 61 it became necessary, on account of some changes in the regulation con- clerk, has gone to Rvansville on a business trip. cerning depositories, to send an Mr. W. I,. Grnves, Superintendent large quantity of stamps from to New York. The of the Handle Pactory at this place,' Philadelphia undertaking required care, honesty has been quite sick for the past week, l Mrs. W. I. Graves and two dauglt- and courage. Mr. Steele was detailed h p ly ( AX I OIITAIN A I'ATKX'P For. opinion, wrlto to Sromnt nnwcr and nn Uoneft ncorlTilfty jean' A: C'tl.. wtio liao lincl experiencotntho piitont tiusliirffl. Couimunlca A lliimlhnolt cf In. tlnnsrtrlillrcoiiililHitlal. Xonnntlon conrrrninv I'ntcnlH and Low to oI. tni 11 them tt'iit free. Alto a catHloguo of mcctian. lull and Kdcntltlo lxwka rent free. l'utents taken. tliroUKh Munn & Co. recolrn roci.il notlcoln too hclrntlllc Auicrli-nn- . and thus ftfAp brouiiht widely bctorothe public with. tiro mP WPft On HID li.nn.a yuw HI I.A IIITIIIIUI, AMI.) soienald parr, ImucU weeklr. clcsantl jr iliuDtrutO't.btu r.vfnrtrtn nnrent circulatlnu of ftnvbcientlllc work In tho cono9-en- t norld. Ml ft vpir. frp. nit Mina j,u;uuu,raoninir. uaoar. Inalo copies, cunti Krcrj number contains bcuti tlful plntnA. In colors, nnU photographs of hmt iumfcs. wltb pltns enabling bulldcra to nhow tbo & CO, XhW 1'OKK, a(Jl ttlUMUWAT, COPYRIGHTS. 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AddreM The Rki'UW.ioan, Hartford, Ky. l Irn uleu n lmllih tho ly.tiiu, uM ill.'cttlon, rcmoTes cMi,rbi!o ttuiliureiuiulaila. Ue tlioEUDiilD. Hmirii'u ii"m Ulttci-- ftuwii IMr.it f 1 ;crrto!i.s nt.i Momnrt o: hciutliolO mado easily nml Iionornbly, tvltliout capital, during your xjiaro honr.-i- . Any man, m oinnii, boy, or gli can do the 01 k li.md-lly- , without I'Niicrleucc. Talking NotliliiK llko It for offcretl before. Our workers No time wasted In chvaya prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you In a night how to huccccd ftoin tho llrt Jionr. You can makci a trial v II limit expense to yourself. Wo start you, furnish everything needed to carry on tho husl-nts- s Micccssfully, nnd guaiantco you against falluro If you but follow our Header, if simple, plain Instructions, you arc In need of ready money, and best paying want to know nit about tho business before tho public, Bend us your nildros, nut! wo will mall you a docu. meut giving you nil tho particulars. PER MONTH In Your Own Locality money-niaKIngcv- cr are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ar e rest onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, We Von IVlll 3E.11S.G. F. A. AMES & I TRUE Si Augusta, Main. CO., Box 400, CO. v Owenbboro, Ky. j jtJtJU A T.a; ' jt, jrv. "