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LUVUrOUPJTD MB 1KI0H! stand with - WE DO JOB WORK OFFICIAL OROAK OF TED PAF.TT IN TEE BURTH CONGRESSIONAL DETveirsr JKLlncJ.. VOL. VI. The Republican. Pay up and one year In Advance and we will send you The Louisville uiiiiiiuiuiui unu yuur Wilt show how you THIS TAG free. Subscrlbo at once. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1894. JIM LONG'S ST0J1Y. "At dismounting I had dropped old Charlie's rein. In an instant 1 had gathered It up and slipped Into my saddle. Old Charlie must have made about twenty feet nt the first lunge. 1 gathered myself together, and, as the horse circled around the last one, I put three bullets Into him at short range, but did not knock him down. The old she bear was following me up, grunting like nu enraged boar; I took another shot at her, putting a bullet right through her heart, hut she still came on, with tho bloody foam flying out of her mouth and tho blood spurting In a stream from her last wound at every step. dU-tau- cc NO. 41. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL ns, M.atenn, CARD. -J THEY'RE WAY AHEAD of the ordinary, commonphu'o pi Hi in every way. That Is tho rmson why Dr. Plena's Pleasant Pullet am sold on (nui, ai it were. They're guaranteed. If they don't give you can bare your money bock. In niliousiioMi, or iti any disorder of the fttoraacu and bowel, you need this little M Pellet." Tbey'ro small, easy to take, and perfectly natural in tho war Uiov work. No reaction after them; you cot real and laitinu good. Tbey permanently cure Hlek or Bilious HeadarlioH, Corutlpatlon, Jaundice. Dtziinowf, Hour Btomach, Indlgu-ttloand consequent ntujwr or drowlne. I I Old Jim Loutf propiCKl hlmsolf buck in his chuir mid elovuted IiIh feet to u more eoiiveiiieut level uuliiHt tlio cottonwood under which we were sitting iu front of Hilly Dawson's' atpro nt San MnrcinI, in houthern New Mexico. Jim was nn huvin eoino to New Mexico with a bull team thirty yours back, and what boilidn't know about flghtiu;,' Apaches und bunting bears war.if t worth knowing. You can decnd upon Dr. Hage Catarrh Remedy for n fierfect and iermanent cure "About (Ivo yeurs ao,M bo haid, In the wont coros of Chronic Catarrh. It's a "I had a bunch "I shoved In some fresh cartof cattlo over in tbo mild soothing, clmnnlHg, and benllng Gila country, some seventy or eighty ridges, tho horso keeping somo which domut simply palliate, but uompletely cvrt. Ju iroprietorn offer $500 ahead of her at u little canter. miles north of Silver City. During reward for any Incurable casu. our llrst two months there we heard I could but notice the expression of from various parties who bad eattlo her great blocky face as she followed K.K near us that bears were very pleuti-- 1 I me; it was full of a dumb rage that MlDfHVILI.K.Nr. l.tH'IM ful, and tbut ouo old grizzly had ryit was sickening to see, and her small. LoiiiTilh. t, Lnii three or four outfits, all of tbjm knowing eyes, now almost red, Having laiica to kui iter, altuougli had a glint in them that meant M'HKIilU.K IN KrKIXT NOV. I, Ism. they had shot herheveral times. Tlio death. Nt&3, No.il, "She followed me fully two hunamount of lead a grizzly will take Imlly. Hally. WKHTIumNl. dred yards, growing visibly weaker t;M ii. ai. p. m. into his anatomy without serious re l,v. Iniiltill ........ ii suits is himply wonderful. I havo at every shamble. 1 had, iu the UV-- l I'kIiiI Ml . tn i:M p. m U.17 ii. m. H."7p. m seen an old fellow fuirly filled with meantime, taken a couple of shots tn 94 " '" Irvh K'' at her over tho horse's tall. At the lead and still bo In lighting trim. U.1 . in. t.l p. m (.n--Tl "Well, although we had heard last she stopped awl lay down, too IMI i. in. V.frtp.m Clotnpttit., .. considerable about bears, we had sick to go further, but ready to fight 11:11. in. 10.10 p. m lUweptill been there some time before any of still if the way she looked toward mo ll.Ms.ru. PM4p.ni ot-il"jHi 16 p. in. 11:11 i. m our outfit got sight of one. At lust, was any indication. p.m. ll.Mp ni one HxiiiiTttIf "Seeing it was all up with her I day, two of my men and a boy .m n. U l:i Ar. hud gone out to look for some steers began to look round for the second No. M, No.i'2, that had strayed away. Their routo one I had shot. He had dragged iMIIy. KtHTluiL'NP. Isi himself off up the slope, leaving a led them through a rough foot-hil- l 7.15 ,ni. 3:IAp,si I.. Mrn.lT-H- u country, and took them farther from broad trail behind him. I soon . ... 7;i7 ft. in. .i'3T p. n. .... 8!7. rn. 4:i5 p. m ,.. camp than usual. The boy, who overtook him and a shot behind the .... V.iVa.m. fiusp. m was a little tdnip.oujy about twelve foreleg settled his case. The first ft..V)p.m in. years old, was tbo son of a friend, lay where he dropped, quite dead. KM" s. in. A AT ft m ClnfrNirl "When I examined the old she and had been brought Into the mounC;19 p. m MrphriKfM.r: " ll.Wa. in. 7.1 p. in tains for his health. He was riding bear I found more than a dozcu old Inhitftun ......... IbW . m. 711 p. m liriitlriilriirjt on a mule and was a little distance bullet wounds on her. It was doubtWVpI Point p. in. 8 oA p, in. -- . ahead of the men when he suddenly less tho ono my men had met and o& p. m I.fsip. in. . Ar. Iiiiisflh ran on to a big grizzly among tbo that hud been tho terror of the coun-- 1 Insomnia is fearfully on theiucreasc. fccrub oak. The instant the mulo try. The fourth one I did not see Tiiln Nn.Al nl No. Ai innkf rniiiirctleo Irt Inytttii (Hundsj f xcr ptwl) with f tnin on luls sighted the bear he bolted down tbo after the first shot, it having in all The rush and excitement of modem tilli-- , lUr.llnnlrtjrtr A Wrstru It. K.. st snl slope to the left, throwing the boy probability struck up into the thick life so tax the system that multitudes For further hfornutlon, sdilrrs folt, and the animal started for him. timber of the range. II. tJ, MOItl'UK, dfrn. Pn'r Ak'I. I nuipfillc. K. "I rode bock to camp and wo of people are depiived of good and The men had come up by this time. brought back the wagon that even- sufficient sleep, with ruinous conseand while ouo opened lire on him with a other rushed ing packing the bears down to It on quences to the nerves. Remember In, and, stooping over, caught the the horses, and got them all safely Ayer's Sarsaparilla makes the weak (St. LoiiU Souihweett'rn Ily.) boy up In front of him; none too iu just at dark. Thoy were in excel- strong. TO soon, either, for the bear was within lent condition too fat, in fact tho ten feet of tbo boy. It proved to bo fat ou tlio hindquarters of two of SHIRT CUFFS. nu old she grizzly, and the men fired them being three or four inches THE ONLY LINE at her seven or eight times without thick. We had bear spare ribs for Many Men Use Them F.vJs for a week and more bear oil for cookWith through Car Service Ironi effect. Jotting Down Things. "When I heard of it that night I ing than we knew what to do with." A London hiundrymun say3 that Chicago Record. said I would havo that bear if It TQ the use of shirt cuffs for jotting MEMPHIS took a mouth, but as we were busy down memoranda is more common Hard Times at the Capital. at that time I did not get started for than is, perhaps, commonly supnearly a week. However, I got off "Say, mister," said a boy who had posed. He related how one day a ut last, one crisp, frosty morning just overtaken u market wagon after young fellow drove up in a cab and No chiinpo ol Car to this was early in November a pursuing it for four or five blocks, rushed into the office in great extime of the year when everything Is "do you wanter know who hit you citement, asking whether some INTKUMEUITU I'OINTS. Oil looking Its best in that country. In the neck with that hard snow- shirts deposited in the numo of L Never been In the mountains in the ball?" had been washed. fall, eh? Well, you have missed a We found they had not, and as "You bet I do," said tho man, whole- lot, then. Why, the breath of slackening speed. the owner turned them over hi Carryinj,' llirougli CuarliiH unl the pines and pinions up there just "Will ye gimme n quarter ef I feverish heat ho fairly ycIcd with Travcieiiig tlio puts new life into a man, to say ketch him and bring him here?" j.Yi pointing to a little column of riillniuii SIpcic. nothing of tbo beauty of the scenfigures on the left cuff of ono, which "Yvp." fillet Irtriningt grnziMK ffiitl timber ery and tbo pleasure of the open-ai- r "Gimme fifty cents?" ho explained were tho numbers pf uh JantU. And reaching llio niiwt life. "Yes," said the driver, lifting tho eight ten pound bank notes wl.fch towns and cities in tlie "There had been several frosts, whip from tho socket; "but 1 won't had been lost or stolen, and bad the and the gentle breeze that crept give you any inore'n that." shirts been washed all hopes of ever down from the higher land that "Well, git the money ready." getting them back must have been morning rustled through the fiery "You haven't got tlio boy that abandoned. "FARMING LANDS. I scrub oak and yellow quaking asps tlirew tho snowball yet." They were, however, successfully and in the ploasantest way imaginable, aluiudunt y all llie o ieulif corn "Yes I have. That boy is me. traced and recovered a few days cut ion, undericciullv atIiiiUtl to the: while underfoot was a soft carpet of Dads sick und me mother can't git later. Tho cuffs of stock exchange cullivntioii ol ymall IruiiH and eaily dry pino grass. I traveled through work. Tho twins Is too little ter men are often covered with mysterl- the foot hills fully twelve miles, en earn unythlng un If J don't hustlo ous characters, presumably indiea- vei:etulile. tlrely past the place where the boy AilbnlitiK bad Vallen off, without seeing the there won't bo anything to eat at j tions of the stock market, and tho UKAZINU LANDS. our house. I'll take a lickin' any "tips" found on the wrist linen of excellent jmHtunige duiiny alnr.'gt the sign of a bear. As I bad gone along day for fifty cents." racing men were actually taken ad entire year, anil comparatively close slowly It was noon by that time, so "Sonny," said the marketmau, in vantage of by Ironing girls on ono I picketed my horse to graze, atomy a voice that was remarkably husky, or two occasions with success. It Is to the great market. Coveied with lunch, and after an hour's rest "here's your fifty cents, i'm In a not yet recorded, however, that the TIMBKK LANDS. started back for camp. The afteryou- needn't bother mannish young woman has taken to almost invxlinii8tiblo forests tit yellow noon had turned cloudy, with the hurry now about dellverln' tho goods. We'll "cuff jotting," as she has to cuff pine, cypres ami mo nnru woooh air chilly and damp just the tlmo call it squuro." Washington Star. and shirt wearing. N. O. Picayune. .common to Arkansas and i!aHtern for bear, as such an afternoon would likely bring them down to tbo lower .MnxO'Hell inn! Women. They Have No' Corns '.Texan. renponalilc and ridges to feed on acorns, of which X'hii be procuretl on Mdllo. Ccralc, a premiere ustoluta, Mr. Max O'Rell, in n recent lecture there was a largo crop. Tho bear is tttilvnntugeoiis terms. very fond of acorns and will wander on "Woman," at Manchester, Eng- was asked by a Boston reporter was true that ballot a long way from bis sleeping placo land, said that the leaders of thought whether it intensely from to feed on them. The little spurs or had said woman was the only prob- dancers suffered It hud Willi nihI tmvr lirk tAl linen runiirrl been re corns, us, he said, foot-hill- s jutted out from tho cl ho ii nnleln Hie that range wcro covered with a heavy lem not given to man to solve. They jKirtcd. troupes "I growth of this brush, and I felt pret- had all tried, had failed, and were si ill off have traveled with ballet nil and on for fifteen years over something tring. A Frenchman had peculiar ty sure that I would find views about women, In his eyes she tho world," said she, "and havo had jAbV yourneoresl Ticket Agent lor on my way home. and fixed idea; lots of opportunities to hear all about "I had traveled nearly half tho dis- was an maps, time tables, etc., and write to their woes and ailments, but 1 never tance ou my return trip, when, on his Interest in her was never exhaustheard corns Any ot the following lor all itiforma starting down tho further slope of ed. There was 'nothing more absurd are least likelymentioucd. Dancers of all women to bo so turn you may desire concerning the tho spur, I saw, down a lltllo grade, than this to the mind of nn Anglo-Saxo- troubled, for they make no secrot of trip to the Great Southwest. four bears feeding in tho brush. If the French inixet more looking out for tho comfort and well They were so busy thrashing around R. T.G.MATTHEWS. with the other sex as children they being of their fcot before everything among tbo oaks gathering tho nuts Dis't Paw. AgtM Louieqille, Ky. Anglo-Saxo- n else. Lean pick out a ballot girl iu that they had not seen mo. My might probably acquire the W.LaBEAUME. E. coolness. The object of man's u crowd by her fcot every time. old hunter, steady as a horse was an "When chorus and ballet are mixed G. P. ifcTkt. Agi St. Louis, Mo. rack, and I know there was no dan- worship must always have something together in street dress lean readily J. A. EDS0N( ger, of his leaving mo. Two largo of mystery. .So Frenchmen considertoll which Is which, for (ho daueera old fellows were feeding closo Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, Tx. ed a woman far superior to themm Slipping gently from my selves. Not because she was so, but all wear larger shoesIn than most of sex. They go for comfort. horse, I let drive at ouo of them, aim- because they made an ideal of her. their In footwear, because it means bread ing for the butt of his car, ranging He had been traveling for eight years Tho chorus und butted to them. back. All this was, of course, In and had only found two countries girl, of course, has tho common It. less time than I can tell "When tho bear received my shot, where the men were in leading strings weakness of her sex for squeezing her foot into the smallest poslblo MlMloslppi Vulley Route.) which was, unfortunately, too low, and thewamen were the leaders (The tdioe. Tho dancer can't afford to; eviFrance and America; so he would striking him iu tho shoulder, ho TO. dently thought for a momeut that limit his remarks to the women of f.he must wear nu easy, wide shoe." Iu the French CIN. tho other bear had struck him, for those countries. Ono Missing. EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, o bo hauled off and gave It a most household woman was queen; she led Of course there wcro funny inciblow, knocking it some twenty her husband, and he didnotcomplaiu; ANDALLP0IN8 EAST, or thirty feet, A stroke from a she knew all his affairs. He consult- - j dents at Bath's big fire. There alTO ways are at such times. Ono excited grizzly's paw, lot metcll New Or- - you, 1h no joke, either, as a grizzly ed her about his investments; that woman was heard counting up her Memphis, Vioksburg, can crush u horse's skull at a snglo was why wealth in France was so flock to see If all were safe and a byAND ALL P01NTHBOUTH. stander reports In this wise her answeep of bis paw, Tho bear scram stable, because women were not specTO bled to bis feet in un Instant, and I ulative. She might be affected some- - swer In response to her husband's let him have It again as ho rose, times, but she was never vulgar. She question: "Are we all hero?" "Oh, there Is five of St- Cairo, 'Chicago, l)iv'tHi.i l ).j neck. Loois, thoroughly understood the poetry of ' John, I don't know; bel" Then sho us, or ought to uTho other, which was un old she matrimony. Frencii women were cbuuted: AND ALL POINTS NORTH "There's Mary, one, ,T boar, sturted for mo and I opeuedon ' ,. l eBht0l Jumo'' wo' Will, three, and you, AND WEST. M ",Irdtt ' ' four fa?d ;0'0 ,, CoiiuccliDgat Memphis with through chilled ball. With reloaded shells, , Though a Frenchman, he must John, run quick, there ain't but four used sixty-fiv- e as mine were I , 0f us, trains to all points iu (Me,) Journal. grains of powder; but I Ictlior havo know as niuch about it as the ordiua-"" w- - It three times n tlie throat and once J Hair Ornamanti. In the mouth without stopping her, be frivolous who was the confidant of Ribbon hair ornaments continue and alio was within forty feet of mo her husband and had a deliberate Rates, Tickets, and all Information when I heard a nolso to my left. voice in his afiairs? Amon the and constantly, increase In popularwill be furnished on application to Glancing out of the corner of my tradesmen the wife keeps the books, ity. For those to whom bandeaux becoming a pert little satin eyo-- I saw that one of tho other bears and could carry ou the business alter aro not your nearest ticket agent. was coming for mo from that side. her husband's death. When a French bow can bo tied into the top of a long bono hairpin,- which may then T. B. LYNCH, There wus no tlmo for thought; what girl ot that class married she was bo stuck into the coll or bruid at the was to bo dono must bo done G, P. AM DouUville. Ky. emancipated; in' Knglaud she often most effective angle, old-time- r, ( ing-roo- i ll - y a Mountod Hunter's Circus with Four Grizzly 13 oars. fTX iu ..- -- HiH.tl-til- 0rirn. Uwl-port tUMt-vfi- ll VJ-is- . 1 1 lost her liberty. Inngland a worn husband's an knew nothing-of.hc- r not ns much"asjhls clerk. The wife of the peasantvroprictorwas the fortune of France hard work, sober, thrifty, always working In the house, the fields, the market.-- Hcrdaughter did not wear rings but when she went to service every month she paid a visit to the savings bnnk when she got her wages; an .Hnglish servant girl got a new hatJand was photographed In it. Tiicf snore he saw of American wonicn the more deeply he was impressed ' with the conviction that they were totally unlike nil other women. Therewerc few women t 'St to be compared witl them in a draw none witMy whom men felt more at case. They had beauty but it was not cq ual.tothat of the English women; but ii was their intellectual qualities thaterc striking. In the largest cities offAriJerica at any hour the streets were perfectly respectable. The influence of wouien was e lormous, and mortality profited by it. The respect that women seemed to inspire in America In men of all classes enabled girls to go about in security. He sometimes thought the American women ielUa little mild contempt for the poor creature called inau. They were the most natural ui) J unconventional of women. If he did not know much of women he knew a great deal of men, and his most sincere csnvictiou wrsthat there weie very few men, indeed, who were good enough for women. People said sometimes'that roses had thorns, but they should also remember that the thorns had loses, and the roses cf life were the women. Highest of all in Leavening Power. J.N.R. Wedding. MtA LOM THIP ABROAD, I Baking LAWYERS, Powder (Office, over An Person's Pauia-.- ) GLENN & WEDDING. ilyrtfordky, ABSOLUTELY PURE glaro of the lantern he hod discov ercd tho key to that troublesome enigma. Their eyes had met for one second, and Hugh Southbank knew that Edith Sayro was sitting besido him. Through tho lonely winter solitudesthrough tho glens of Icicle-hun- g trees and snowyravlncs and miles on miles of dreary hills and vales darted the night express, its iron lungs breathing columns of fiery smoke, Its solitary eye of red flame cleaving tho darkness liko a Tho winter night was closlmr. dark and drear, around tho tumult and hustle of tho railroad station in tho heart of tho city. Without, the snow fell, white and ceaselessly, and tho fiery eye of tho locomotive threw adino of light through tho darkness for yards around. Hugh Southbank was walking slowly up and down tho platform, with his arms resting carelessly on tho shoulder of Alfred Neville, his dearest friend. Both wcro wrapped spear. Long ngo tho child on Hugh's to tho throat in furs. "So you aro really setting forth, knee had fallen asleep, .but neither nugh!" exclaimed Neville. "Andi Hugh nor Edith evinced the least tendency to drift off into dreamwhen shall you return home?" "I can scarcely tell certainly not land, for tho pale and beautiful in many years, and perhaps never. young widow had told tho simple I may become a Russian, or possibly story of her life to him who had once pitch my tent among tho palm trees confidently expected to shnro it. "But I am wearying you," sho of Palestine." "Hugh," said his friend, turning said, timidly. "No, Edith," said Southbank, re so as to look Into tho dark eyes that proachfully. "Who should be inter were partially hidden by tho cap of tho traveler, "I re- cstcd In tho history of your sorrows member when you were the quietest If not I?" since Charles "It Is a year and most home-lovinof prosaic indied," she added, "and I fool that It dividuals. What has changed you is my duty to exert myself for tho so entirely?" "Time works changes in us all," benefit of these little ones, who are left penniless. returned Southbank, evasively. "Mr. Southbank, your clrclo of "Hugh!" said Neville, reproachfully, "surely wo have not been fast friends Is large and Influential at Can you friends for twenty years for you to least I know that it was. tell me of any situation In which I deny me your confidence at last?" "I have no secrets for you, Nev- could earn a livelihood, however ille," replied Hugh, somewhat soft- humble?" Hugh was silent an instant; he ened. "Nor am I unwilling to con fess to you that tho whole currentof could scarcely realize that this meek, my life has been changed sinco that timid creature was tho haughty, d Edith Sayro of six unlucky quarrel with Edith Sayre six years ago. Wc both acted very years since. At last ho spoke rather liko a couple of foolish children, and nervously: "I know of but ono plan, Edith, sowc parted." and I fear, even in this instance, "And what has becomo of her?" "Sho married Charles Calthorpe you will bo unwilling to take my adyears ago and I havo long lost sight vice." will do "I whatever you recomof her." mend, Hugh." "Why don't you follow her exam"Then you will let the six years ple, iny boy, and take uuto yourself that havo passed bo but a dream, ii wife?" stand once more Southbark shrugged his shoul- andstood together in at my side as wo auld lang syne. ders. I havo never ceased to love you, "Hallo! here comes your trainl In with you, old fellow drop mo, a Edith! Will you forget tho past and be my wife?" lino now aud then, just to let mo ''But the children, Hugh?" n know that you haven't turned "They shall bo my children too!" nt g high-spiritemus-sulma- Will practice their profession in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. Tames JHOBNEY . jJT AW HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adioining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. E. 1). QUFFY. . attorneys ggt Hertford., Crllfftr SC RiXLgro, aa.t'u.clcy. D. KING0 M Jjfaw, Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining eounties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaveb Dam, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. -t Cotton Belt Route HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in nil the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, Arkansas, Texas Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. ra W. H. BARNES 'S'J. PIE? ii it- UT TTm m in all s TTflMffMM 'J' wo Daily practice WILL courts of his nrofeseion Ohio and adjoining-countie- T Aiys and Court of Appeals. Spec1 tal attention given to collections, ' Office over Carson & Co, n 41 Constantinople or taken pro-jutu- Great Southwest. COURMR-JOUUNAL- .J Cotton Belt Route ever-prese- CO. &S.W.R.R. ter-rlfl- Cull-gro- ( ,r A Arkansas and Texas -- "! "' - t "Hal-lo- ! Who on earth expected to see you, Hugh Southbank? Why, There was a cordial grasp of two I thought you were en route for the earnest hands and then Alfred Nev- cast, and was just considering the ille stood alone on the platform, a propriety of directing a .letter to mist that was not tho dew of melt- Stamboul, when here you turn up In before his eyes, and Broadway!" ing tho express trnln was speeding away "I have changed all my plans, through the gloom and darkness of Neville, and concluded to remain quietly at home." the winter night. "And what magic spell has "Is this seat engaged, sir?" Hugh Southbank answered in the wrought this transformation?" "A wife. I was morrled yesterday negative, almost petulantly, for tho conductor's voice roused him from a morning to Mrs. Charles Calthorpe, deep reverie into which ho had fallen. formerly Edith Sayre. Come 'round to the hotel this evening and lot mo OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Tho twilight of tho car, tho heated atmosphere with- introduce you to Mrs. Southbank 1" Is prepared to de all kinds of Boston Globe. in and tho swift, tremulous motion Dental work at reasonable prices. of tho train were alike favorable to A Sliding Scale. dream fancies, and it was not parTho boy was covered with mud ticularly pleasant to bo roused up to make room for a lady and two little to the top of bis kilt skirt, there were mud patches on his face and children. PER MONTH "People haven't any business to hair and ho had lost his hat, but la his hand he grasped a chicken a bo traveling with chlldrenl" grumIn Own bled the fnt man with spectacles limp, wet and muddy chicken. It made easily and honorably, without capital, during your spare hours. Any man, opposite, across whoso outstretched was tho cause of his trouble, for he woman, bojr, or girl can do the work handhod had thrown stones in tho yard that feet tho little ily, without experience. afternoon and had accidentally necessary. Nothing like itTalking un stumbled. for killed the chicken. His sister had ever offered )efore. Our workers Hugh Southbank whether out of always prosper. No time wasted la tho sheer spirit of contradiction or declared that sho could not love such learning the business. Wo teach you In from Christian charity will never be a cruel boy. Then he had disapa night bow to succeed from the first known leaned forward and took peared and had been found stuck in hour. You can make a trial without expense to yourself. We start you, furnish upon his knee a swamp. tho everything needed to carry on the busiWhen ho saw his mother his feelwhile he assisted tho lady to dispose and guarantee you of her manifold traveling bags and ings overcame him and ho burst into ness successfully, you but follow our against failure If a loud wall. bundles. Reader, If simple, plain Instructions. "My sister doesn't love rael my' you are In need of ready money, and "Thank you, sir l" best paying Tho words were spoken so low that sister uocsnt love met i want to want to know all about the send us your buidness before tbo Southbank scarcely caught their get losted In tho woods and let the address, bud wo willpublic, you a documall sound, but tho rosy little boy on his bears cat me!" ment giving you all tho particulars. "But," said his mother, 'you knee quite made up for his mother's TRUE CO., Box 400, taciturnity by clamorously demand-lu- g cried when you pinched your finger Augusta, Maine. to see tho stranger's watch and with tho clothespin, and it would rubbing his check delightedly against hurt you far more If tho bears should tho costly furs which edged Hugh's cat you." Tho boy was interested and dried traveling coat. his tears. "I mean a kind, tame "Papa had a fur coat like this & papa Is dead!" chattered the llttlo bear," he said, choking a sob. "But a tamo bear has sharp teeth." fellow, llftlug his brown eyes to Tho boy rubbed his eyes with his Hugh Southbank's with innocent muddy hand and was lost in thought confidence. for awhile. Then ho raised his head. Southbank did not answer. Leading mamma Is going to B I His countenance was cheerful, there "And was not a trace of sorrow In his Mamma has only nlno dollars left," tone and he cried: "I mean I mean went on tho small chatterer, Pietnres In Ererj Stjli ui Sin. a nice little curly dog wlfout any "and- -" I901d Pictures Copfed aud Enlarged "Hugh, dear, don't talk any tcef," Harper's Young People. A SPECIALTY. PIcklesT Interrupted tho soft, tremumore," Walnut lous vol co ut Southbank's side, with 108 Maiu Street. Gather whlto walnuts when sufan accent that thrilled him to tho OWENSBOJIO, KY ficiently tender to plcrco with a U7m6 very heart. Southbank leaned forward to got nccdlo; put tn a stone jar and pour a glimpse- of tho face that belonged boiling brine over them; let stand to tho sweet low voice, but It was ten days. Drain and place in the Soak in cold air for six hours. useless; the car was too dark. water over night. Cover with cold "And what Is your name, my llttlo thirty-siB.BSSSSBBPS3if7IBBSSBWSSl fellow?" ho asked, a sudden inspira- vinegar and let stand hours; pour off and cover with a tion coming to his aid. COPYRIGHTS. "Mamma says I'm not to talk," gallon of hot vinegar, to which baa CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For been added seven ounces of ginger, pouted tho child. please," shouted soven ounces of salt, two heads of xpftoam lu Ui PUot btuinM. CommwiS. "Tickets If you XlliMiAoakotiB tho conductor, bustling down the garlic, a tablespoonful of scraped UoMsutcUyooBfldMitljU. Patent mtow to obrofBAtloo ooooprniu horseradish, two pods of red pepper,' tain I haw Mat frM. Also a cUUof of MtBa aisle. tonoka a6ol?rer HjuwteionUflo "Hold yourluntern hero a minute, half an ounce each of ground mace, cloves, allspice and orango peoL my man. Where did I put that ticket?" said Hugh, ostentatiously Tho vinegar should bo strained, Mm iMjWH.uuw qs mar iw h searching through thocompartmenta Ladles' Homo Journal. MMMfMH Do not pitch the tuno too high of his pockctbook. , "Oh, hero it U SSfti. aafcawlXZ ail right." when you sing your own pralnca. 'JOT CO ila7?uu3t Jh3AT, All right, Indeed, for In the full Galveston News, to tiger hunting in tho jungles of Bengal." Willi m snow-flake- s DENTIST. m 190 DOLLARS Locality moncy-makl- Your four-year-o- four-year-o- ld ; rt kk lsito, . ui J Tu flotograjk - x iMm maksi mi W fr.j v. :e 2, VJ X V" r K - r , JH - BW. WI,.y Jl SV.li" vi JT5fvl mmm&BmmmdmmmimmmHmmmmiimmmwitw IWS:o',TP,tt, 'A.1,1 " "JJSK" "'".wTj "" ,... "",r"' WMIII III 'igV--i ''" "V- """W"- - jwcn .liupttr". r. ttSHSttw1' i JWRfflrnr23m e I'UDMSIIKU KV'EIIV FIUDAY I'KWItBHW'lil MonNixo c) u y nud the DcmucruU nre awaro to Hnrtfonl JO, 11. HOM.KN, Alitor iind Proprietor ltopubllcan Ticket. Mrrthm. .Not.fl. 1 nml began the pinctics of tration and it requires no e.ron I tlmt thoy will have nnsmootbo eailiug law. Ho was elected one term ns thought to determine to what patty to delcnt them. Tho indications nro Countyjudgc and made nit cx'dlcnt people will turn for relief. A change in this District, equal to that made in no.v that the Republican ticket will official. bo elected by a handsome majority. night Tlie Nftiiiul r.iiiertiinniMH. Prof. C. M. Crowe, iu charge bf tho Ikila Select School, will give a time rti. nwwwwnii tmmmm Best t!i World Th SEASON OP 1604 STANDARD lUKUSTKM:!). For County Judge Cnl P. Kcown. For County Clerk I). M. Hocker. For County Attorne- y- K. P. NcaJ. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. Hack. For Jailer Jown ForSurveor G. S 1'itzliugh. For Coroner G. C. Wcsterfidd. MAGISTRATES. PorShenn John Morton. Tiir.iiB is no wonder that Sander lirokejuil so often nor thnt so mon after being put into tho inni'r cell he should decide to go to tho pen. It is all a clear caso of self defense. He Hartford A. S. Aull. Rasinc C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc Buford constiihm;: Hartford Hosca Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsvillc Buford ICE FOR SALE Ml merely wanted fresh air and tho great wonder is that tho other prisoners do notmako still greater eflorts to e$ capo. The sanitary condition of tho jail is of tho most obnoxious kind. Now, thnt summer is approaching tho sufferings of tho helpless inmates must oven be greater thau before. If any citizen doubts these statements he has only to enter tho corridor of the jail and his optic and olfactory nerves will at ouce give him such tin auswcrablo affirmative arguments that ho will no longer bo in doubt on that subject. Nor must it be understood that tho state of case is to bo attributTho ed altogether to any neglect. sanitary arrangements of the jail nre wholly inadequato to tho needs. BY Sgvbkal weeks ago a letter from State Superintendent Thompson giving n synopsis of. the amendments to tho school law was published in these col- TRACY & SON. l among Learning of the death of Jud ge J. tion, county certficatc good only C. Townsend, the bar at Hartford Shorthand and Penmanship. Clikf5. people. which in county the The Commercial suggests that the iu We have icccntly prepared Hooks and the county officers held a meeting m tbo issuing Democrats have adopted tho Reed it is issued; forbids "llou Iho llrrb Wo Won.' on the above, especially adapted to at the Court House on Thursday Kverybody will have a cheap chance Home Study." Sent on 60 days Rules and are now about to defeat of a third class certificate more thau morning, May S, to express their rei,Sain Kowcll" is reDuscttirrios to see, the C O. & S. W. R. R. will trial. Hundreds havebcen benefitted Protec once under any circumstances memory and their regret gard for his the Wilson bill and adopt a sell excursion tickets to Louisville hundreds of dollars by otdcring our 15 'i hands high, foaled iu iSS7,sound to accompany at his death. quires sworn statement live Tariff. in every way, very handsome bay and return on May 15th, on account publications. examination papers of an applicant with little white ou hind coronets, Why not you? Mr. 15. D. GulTy was chosen as of the Great Kentucky Derby, at lowIr the election for Stale Senator for State certificate, and restricts n Chairman and B. D. Ringo Secretary. Should you later decide to enter aud is a good looker. He is double er rates than ever before. in the (Jlovcrport District could be second-cla- ss certificate to districts Messrs. J. 15. Fogle, G. B. Likens and our College, you would receive ctedit gaited, aud cau pace or trot close to Rates $2 for the round trip from for the amount paid. l?our weeks by 2:40 He is quietly disposed, n splendpupils or less, W.T. Hayward were apointed to draft held now, after the reporting seventy-fiv- e id hreedir, and transmits his good Beaver Dam. Tickets will be sold for our method of teaching bookkeeping qualities certify suitable resolutions expressive of the muddle, Charley Blanford and style to his progeny. and one holding a third-cla- s train No. S, "The Limited," on May is equal to 12 feelings of the meeting. They made uould bo el cteJ by five hundred cates to districts porting fifty-fivueeks by the old plan. 15th, aiid will be good for return on Tositious Guaranteed under certain majority pupils or less. These provisions will the following report, which was ap train No. 7, the same evening or on conditions. Send for 01' our Free illusspur applicants to the highest exer proved: the morning local ot May 16th. Ir has been carefully calculated tions in their preparations for examWiiEKBAS, Judge John C Town- trated y6 page catalogue nud "state On Derby Day no admission is your wants." Address by experts in the business that there ination and will have the affect of send, who, when a young mm, adopt C. M. II. J. F. Draugh ed this county as his home and taught charged into the race track, aud the on, ryes' t. tho 13 a possibility that sometime in Draughon's Practical of our teachers. raising the grado ItKAVMl I1M. in her schools, then studied law and public has the privileges of the field IHiMtiess College and School of Shortsultry months of July or August the was admitted to its practice and ultiMay 9. A large number of both free. For any further information hand aud Telegraphy, Xi.shvillc, mately honored by her people by an young and old attended the quartet ly mud in the streets of our town may Administration, A Democratic apply to nearest ticket agent of thtt Tenn election to the office of County Court meeting ti Teachers. 600 Students be dried up. Thanks, at Goshen Sunday. We were C. O. &S. W.R. R. whether State or National, is a very Judge, has gone to his reward, we, the past year. No vacation. Kntcr At thoCloso of Business on costly luxury and the condition of therefoie. his late associatesand friends cordially invited to dinner, at Mr. Hip! whoop! hurrah! we've got the N. II, 23d day of Docoui-- I Mrs. Martha Jones, died at her any time. Cheap Hoard. George II. Barnes. We willingly out of such Adminis commend his sterling virtues aud unr Griffin was affairs growing early mail. wavering integrity in the discharge accepted the invitation and went out home near Pleasant Hill church last We pay 55.00 cash for all vacancies bor, 1803. nations is olteu us humiliating as of the duties imposed upon him in stenographer, teachnotified Wednesday that on and after with them. We hope to return the Sunday of muscular rheumatism. as A caso in point. About these several capacities to those who KKSOUKCES. there are costly. the 11th, which is She was a devoted Christian, having ers, clerks, etc , reported to us, prothe first of the week a woman from may succeed him. Judge Townsend invitation soon. Loans and Discounts, less fill Mine. to be nineteen mails to Beaver Dam Rev. 15. 15. Pate preached quite an been for many years a member of the vided we upright I loans to Directors . . $54, 127.50 about Magan was brought here, tried was a painstaking and had his Judge, yet, like all mortals, each week. Tho new mail will leave interesting sermon at School Hall Protestant Methodist church. The Something wrong when you tire too j.oans 10 uiicciors (oiuccrs and pronounced a lunatic. The Asywe believe him to be an Sunday night. remains were interred at the Brick easily. Something wrong when the not included . Hartford at 5 o'clock a. m. and re600.00 lum at Hopkiusville is crowded so uonest man, and we Know ue was a i 1, 4! 2. 00 Mr. Gordon Young, Rockport was House graveyard on Monday at 4 skin is not clear and smooth. Some- Overdralts, secured . . . turning arrives at Hartford at 8:15, good lawyer and our friend. ThereOverdralts, that she was placed in the jail corri56S.4S in town Saturday aud Sunday. The o'clock. She was a cood woman, a thing wrong when the Mood is im- I Due from unsecured . . This is a very great convenience to fore, Nitioual Banks dor, where she raves constantly in the kind and affectionate wife aud mother pure. Ivvcrythiug right when you Due trout State banks and LS.759.ll guest of Mr. Arthur Hunt. RnsoLvnn, That we heard with reour people. most pitiful manner, attracting the gret of the death ofJudge Townsend, Miss Anna McKinncy entertained and a true aud steadfast friend. Hankers I0S.00 take Dcwitt's Sarsapanlla. It rec- I Hanking house and lot . . 3,000.00 Now is the proper time to begin attention of every passer by, and there and that we will cherish his memory a few of her friends Wednesday night. 11 Heau. A very heavy rain fell Sunday, and ommends itself. I. and endeavor to imitate his Christian opecte 1.393.97 organizauation for the coming cam- is not a citizen in the couuty but conMiss Nettie Rogers made a flying in the Fordsvillc aud Adams Fork character, aud that as a mark ofie-speCuriency 1. . 5.017,00 trip to McIIenry Friday, paign. Let no Republican wait for demns a party for its failure to profor our dear brother, who decountry it aim st amounted to a Hetweeu Sanford Brown's and Rock- - Other items carried asrash 50.00 Mrs. Ellis Taylor, McIIenry, spent waterspout. parted this life on the 7th of May, some one else to lead, but put his own vide for such emergencies by furnishI 500. 00 Crops weie greatly in- port, on Aptil, tlie totn, a Furniture ami Fixtures . . t Taxes paid i894,ve will attend his funeral in a Tuesday in town the guest of her jured, aud the creeks and Rough large ret! tiunu.iv number of instishoulder to the wheel. With a good, ing either a greater 11.05 pocket-boocontaining body Current expenses !.7M.5 tutions for the unfortunate or an en spreadand cause this testimonial to le mother, Mrs. Henry Metcalf. Her River swelled to high water mark iu thorough organization on the Repub$110 and $115 iu cash. Avery upon the records of the Ohio largment of those already existing. County and Circuit Courts and re sister, Miss Lottie, returned home few hours. As an evidence of the liberal reward will be paid for its re lican side of the fence the Democrat $S5,443.67 immense amount of water that fell, turn to me at Rockpott, Ky., or to ic candidates, nf ter November,wili be Only a few weeks ago a poor lunatic quest the publication of the same in with her. LIAI1ILITIKS. Miss 1511a MacBeth, the Hartford papers, and we hereby our music the river at Mines Mill rose eighteen Tin; KiU'i'iiMCAN office. constrained to cry with a loud aud was takeu from here to Hopkiusville, tender our sympathy to his bereaved Capital stock paid iu, in cashJ2s.oo0.0o and lodged in wife and children aud direct that a teacher from Lcitchficld, is in town feet ou Sunday nilit and parties but was brought back, R H Uxu. Surplus luml unanimous voice, "where am I at." 5.2S0.00 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Fri. coming Undivided profits . . , . to town Monday reported that jail until orders could be had to take copy of these proceedings be deliver6t$i2,$S days and Saturdays Due Depositors is been said that a him to Anchorage and when at last ed to them. Peace to his. ashes. . Lono, long has it if the water on Iliues Mill levee ws DueSftelunks&St'teb'k'rs Miss niva Morton, Hartford, passed saddle W. T. Hayward was appointed to 50.98 drowning man will catch at a straw. he was brought out to be again haul skitt deep The truth of this old time maxim has cd away he died at the jail door. In have a copy of these resolutions through town Tuesday on her way Kicciitiir" Snlr. S35...$3.i7 home from an extended visit in the never been more forcibly exemplified a State rich and powerful as is Ken- spread upon the records of the County The undersigned will 011 Thursday, Static oi Kiintcckv, ) Repudlic-axSS Court and J. S. Glenn to have a copy country. COUNTVOI'OlUO. J May 17th, offer for sale at public aucthan in the attempt of wooden headtucky the presence of such is a miseraMiss adie Stewart, a boarding John H. Barnes, Cashier oi Beaver to ble disgrace. In their own lauguagc spread upon the records of the Circuit tion all the personal property of the ed Democratic orators aud editors Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located Court. The meeting then adjourned student, is now at her home in Select. late Richard Stevens, cleceised, at his shift the responsibility of the Coxey let the appeal be made "turn the and doing busines in the town of Miss Ilortense Rogers spent Saturto meet at Clerk Likens office at 1 late residence on No Creek, one mile movement on the Republican party. rascals out." Beaver Dam, in said county.beiug duo clock auu to attend tlie inn era I in a day and Sunday in the country. below the church. ly sworn, jays that the foregoing reThe property conTake your medicine gentlemen, take Beaver Dam now has one of the best I., Clinton, 15. D. Gui'PV, Ch'tn'n. V.N. CiirMtiii port is in all respects n true statement sists ot household nud kitchen fund J. TEACHCRS' EXAMINATION, body. your medicine. operators on this road, any old maids B. D. Ri.vno, Scc'y. of the condition of the said bank at The first white teachers' examinaniturc, cattle, mowing machine, hay and widows would do well to make the close ol business ou the 2 id day rake, farming implements, etc Terms, In the death of Judge John C. tion occurs on Friday, June 1, and ol December, 1S93, to the best of his him a call, he is at present boarding Attention Itpfiiibllcmm. A all sums of 55 and under, cash; all knowledge and beltefiaud further says Townseud Ohio county looses one of it may here be interesting to many of X HKADgUAUTKIlS 4TII at the Austin House. ! that the business of said bank has sums over $5 on twelve months time, most prominent figures, both in our readers to call attention again to its GKKSSION'AI. DlSTIMCT Rl Mr. Fred Taylor received a letter been transacted at the location nambond and good security, before PUUMCAN COMMITTHK k law and in politics, Though age had a few of the regulations concerning this week and from what we can dis- - with ed, and not elsewhere; nud that the May S, 1S94. the property is taken away. Hartford, Kv iu the last years of his life, taken examinations as made law by the above report is made in compliance covet the letter brought good news. Upon advice of members of the Dis J. C. ClIAMlinilMN, F.x. with an official notice received from away his old time vigor and fire, two last Legislatures. The State Many drummers are in town this Careful Kstimales made on all Car- the Secretary of State, This, May the 7U1, 1894. designating men Board sends out to tho County Super- trict Republican Committee, we have week and business is exceedingly yet all our old and middle aged pentering and Building. Terms rea- the 23d day of December, 1893. as the decided to issuethecallfora Congresshe was one of intendents, previous to each examigoo so says the lackey hoy at Hockcr 'r'flllorM Aotlrr. well remember when day on which such report shall be sonable. Hartford, Ky. ional Convention without the formal- & All persons having claims against made. Co.'s store. the leading lights at the bar and a nation, a packago under teal, con ity of a Committee meeting. It is Subset iUd and sworn to before me The blind man's entertainment was the estate of Nathan Bennett, deceaspowerful actor in the political arena. taining ten other small packages. r.rnrtoii llnlfH. thereore ordered that a delegated very much enjoyed Saturday night. ed, will present the same to me prop$2.00 for round trip to Louisville by John II. Barnes, the 30th day of Each one of these latter contains the December, 1S93. Shhi.iiv Taylor, be held at Lebanon, SrATB Superintendent Thompson questions ou some one of tho brnuches Convention Dcp. County Court Clerk. Arm:. erly proven for payment before Aug- ou May 15 on account of Derby Day. Marion county, Ky., at 10 o'clock a. ust 1, 1894, or they will be forever No admission charged into the race iu a letter to the County Supenn maikcd plainly on the package. Only I. P. Bau:;aui, President. Ayer's Hair Vigor restoies natural barred on Wednesday, June 27, 1894 for Wood Tinsixy, Adm. R. P, Hockcr, Director. track on this day. Tickets on sale for intendeuU has the following to say, one of these packages cau bo opened ui.v the purpose of nominating a candi- color to the hair, by stimulating a Jno. II, Barnks, " Hartford, Ky May 8, 1894. 3t train leaving Heaver Dam at 3:25 a. explains itself: which nt n time, so that the papers on one date to represent this Congressional healthy action of tlie scalp. This m. and good returning morning o1" 01? IV 4C1ITITT When preparing copy for the Elec- subject only can bo given to the ap BlSTHQCiUTT. for Ntilr or tlrnt District in the Fifty Fourth Congress, preparation also produces a vigorous II. MtiiuiiCK, Agent. tion Notices, I inadvertantly failed The Commercial Hotel iu Hartford, 16th. and to transact sucn nusiuess as may growth of the hair, and gives it a spinster haying a plicants. to hay that "any desiring either to buy or All applicants must pass ou the be deemed necessary by said Conven- beautiful lustre and youthful apear- - Ky. Those ward between the ages of six and Exrntfclon Kit'. twenty years of age" may be voted same branch nt the same time and tion. auce. Recommended hy physicians, rent, will do well to call aud examFor General Assembly Presbyterian ine this fine Hotel at once. Terms Church, Nashville, Tenn., May for to fill the office of district trustee. clergymen, and scientists, on 17, The Chairmen of the various CouuThe principle, as you will doubtless until the work of every nppliciint reasonable. This is the only Hotel '94. Tickets will be on s.de May 14, recognise, is this: that one who can the branch, the questions on which ty Committies are instructed to call WHSTE'S CREAM A certain teacher of in town running now and has n good PnoonnssiVH 15 and 16. goad until June 2 to return. legally vote at an election can hold have been given nut, is handed iu, no Conventions in their respective coun-tiy- 's the county being asked if he favored patronage. Call ou or address G. J. fill. Do tlie office which she votes to Heaver Dam to Nortonville and refor the purpose of selecting Dele- the plan of holding the institute ten Bean, Hartford, Ky. other package can he opened. 4t me the favor to make this known to H Mriuuck, Agt. turn $1 25 gates to represent them in the Con- days, replied very emphatically: "yes The County Board must set a giv your trustees. FOR Notice Tax INiyerw, YEARS mind en time for each subject, at the ex- gressional Convention aud each coun I'm in favor of holding it a month." The Trustees will bear this in Hwit l'oiniii Klip ForNfilf The tax payers of the town of Has led all Worm RemedlM. piration of which, tho work of tbe ap- ty shall be entitled .to one Delegate It would be altogether superfluous to Hartford arc notified that any and all Innnykiudorquantity. Forprices.&c, in holding tho elections in June. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. certifi-cit- e plicants, as referred to, is to be hand- for every one hundred, or fraction add that he holds n: first-clas- s parties paying their school tax Ijr apply toF.lv Nelson, Hartford, Ky. SOLD EVERYWHERE. votes fifty cast over for An enterprising Coxevito has ed in. trtf,rt4 hf BiriliRDSOW tPirHtCO., BT. tOCII. aud that his average is consider1894, ou or before June 1, will be alin 1892. ably above ninety per cent. conceived the idea, of going to join Mrs. Mary Stinnett, Magan, was Another provision is that no person Harrison for President lowed a discount of 3 per cent. Pay Republicans are urged to attend brought to town Monday by Constable the Commonwcalers by way of a bal- in to be allowed in the examination WANTKD. Agents in each coun- Capt. S. K. Cox, Treasurer, at Bank. Jones, 'tried nud adjudged n lunatic. their County Conventions and select Democratic loon and since then tho and the applicants save room as Delegates persons who will attend ty and town to sell the Greatest Any one wanting pictures will The Hopkiusville asylum is full to press in a chorus has been praying the Board of the Examiners. Conventions There is Book of the Age Ivrrors of the Ro- please call on or befoie Wednesday overflowing and so the poor unfortufho whole crowd may go the This deals effectively with the ques the District that every evidence that Kentucky is in man Catholic Church and Sufferings May 16. Will not make a negative nate wotnati in n wild, noisy, raving same route. It all tho workingmen tion of having or not having visitors the path of the laud slide, which thir- ol the Martyrs under Popish Persecu niter mat uay auu win reive uy uie condition was lodged in the jail to the turned out of employment under this ns the law settles it in the negative. ty years of pretense and one year of tion, with Origin and Progress of the ' 2otj, I .AwV greit annoyance of the people of the W F. Kknnkdy. ; f could be "sent Administration failure have brought to the Demo-cartAmerican Protective Association (A. town. Auny. A Prominent I'lflien 1hnnn up in a balloon" no doubt tho DemIn Urrcn HUrr. They have been thoroughly P. A.) Nearly 700 pages and illustrat- Another At 11:30 o'clock Sunday night WKDNI'.SIUV'S MISSSttNORR ocartic leaders could sleep better at "weighed in the balance and found ed with 44 full paged engarvings. The best bargains in farm impledied at his A wonder ful tvint. Another drowning is reported from night. But they are not going that Judge John C. Townsend wanting." Wanting in statesman Send 50c at once for complete outfit ments, plows, wagons, buggies, carts In such a state of civilization as ours, home in east Hartford after an active Green River. Monday a man named to starve it through way. They propose ship, wanting iu nerve to carry into and terms. Special terms given on etc , nre to be iouud at Taylor & where merit Is sure to bo acknowledged, and laborious Hie of seventy-thre- e Harvey mis icd his looting on a raft Is It a wonder the factory of Dr. eflcct "party pledges," wanting in other fast selling works. to '0P and then Insure prosperity by Co's. Heaver Dam. They arc years. of logs near South Catrolltou and was Fcnner is worked to Its fullest capacity patriotism, wanting in every essenelecting a Republican President and in their line. J. H. CIIAM11I5US& Co , His ancestors came from I5ng-lan- d to supply the medicines that are called, drowned in sight of some parties who tial, the capacity to govern this counCongress. 914 Locust St., St Louis, Mo. Taylor & Co., o! Beaver Dam, handle after such acknowledgements as tho soon after the Plymouth were standing ou the bank. This is way which will bring hapfollowing coma to bo known: Wm, Watertown, try in a the second drowning in Green River a large line of hardwood, lumber, ceilKx'iirfoti Knlei. Tin: Republicans of Hancock coun- settlement and settled at Farquny, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: piness, prosperity and contentment to ing, flooring, doors, windows, sash, 11 Dr. Fenner'a Kidney and Mass., from thence to Connecticut Convention Ken- in the past ten days. For Annual State Baekacho ty held a convention at Hawesville our people. Democracy's menace to metal roofing, iu fact everything in Cure has cured a man hero with kidney and thence to Hancock, Mass. Noah tucky Christian Kndeavor Union at nominated tho followourprotectivetarifTsysteinhasbrought Monday and Pace is the barber, Kli Townsend, the father of John C. the building line. Cill on them be- and bladder dlseaio whom tho best Hopkinsville, Ky., May 2327, 1894. ing ticket: County Judge, J. 8. Adair, Townsend settled in the vicinity of financial ruin to thousands of our Tickets will be on physicians had given up. He is now and 25 sale May 24 U, S. Carson and Joe fore puchasitig. Messrn. well and sound. It is regarded here as of Hawesville; County Clerk, Eugene Newburg, Ind. This location being people in every industry, enforced to Nortouvitle $1.25 and to Princeton most wonderful event Ills medicines Davis have been engaged some days of Hawesville; County unhealthy, the family returned to idleness to workingmen, and caused McAdams, Insomnia is fearfully ou the increase. are all good and give great satisfac$2. 15 for the round trip. Good until this week iu making repairs on the destitution to an extent never equal- May HawesAttorney E. C. Vance, of The rush nnd excitement of modern tion," Equally certain In female disMassachusetts, where John C. Town-sen- d 29 to return, Commercial Hotel. history of the coun-treases, rheumatism, blood diseases, ville; Sheriff, John B. Fuqua, of Ly. lived until he was about 21 ed before in the II. Mkiuuck, Agent. life so tax the system that multitudes headaches, dropsy, heart disease, etc De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared KenV. H. Brown, of Lew ouia; Jailor, years of age. He then came to of people are deprived of good aud Guaranteed to satisfy or money rt Let the hot days come for Hartford for cleansing the blood from impuriIt is not surprising that thousands funded. Take home a bottla isport; Assessor, G, W. Brown, of tucky and settled in the vicinity of drinks, ties and disease. It does this and sufficient sleep, with ruinous conse.b Utility; Surveyor, Capt. J. A. Clark, Hnrttord. Here he was married to of voters are turning away from such is to put on city style in cool" quences to the nerves. Remember Kenrafffle lerona up and strengthens Miss Julia A. Hudson and lived on a a party. Contrast the condition of Messrs. Stevens & Hard wick have more. It builds Andtlioia troubtm! with nurvomnoM reiultlaf ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla makes the weak Prttesvillo; Coroner, Chas. of confrom car or overwork will t relieved Yy tatlsf just purchased a fine $350 SodaFoun- - constitutions impaired by disease It These nre farm, studying law ly the light of his this country at this time with its of Hawesville. strong. lirown'H Ivun Bitten Ganulae - tain, recommends itself, I. B. Bean fire, until 1863, when he moved dition under Mr. Harrison's Adminisfeu trad tutuk w) en wd red llaw so wiajse tbo very best men In Htuirnrk cabin Lex-ingto- umns, but nseomo of the provisions Tun Loisville base ball team seems nre of special interest, we dip again to stand about as much show this for tho benefit of our readers the folyear as a teetotlcer at a Pres3 Conven- lowing: Section 133 makes a first-class His surviving children are: V 15. Townstnd, Anna, I!l ; Mrs. I. H. Wtddlmr, Horum mhI Mrs. J. S. U. Wedding, Ilurtlotd His other uuvivir.g nic Miss Caroline 15. Townsend, of Stephcntowu, N. Y.; Mrs. Harriet I,. Foster, of McAHster, Ind. Ten; Martin L. Townsend, a lawyer of Troy, N. Y.s Mrs. Lavinia T. Williams, Omaha, Neb.; Miss Mary I Town-senof Iowa. The deceased is an own cousin of the distinguished Martin I. Townsend, of Troy, N. Y., who served three terms with great distinction. Judge Townsend was always recog nized as a man of far more than ordinary ability, possessing a high sense of honor and being possessed of a spotless character. The remains on Tuesday at 2 o'clock were carried to Hartford after services by Rcvs.lK. 15. Pate and G. J. Bean they were laid away to await the resurrection. were J. E. Fogle, The J. S. Glenn, F. W. Pirtle, R. H. Stevens, M. L. Heavrin and Rev. T. H. Balmain. The deceased was a member of the Methodist church and lived a consistent christian life full of good and worthy examples. rc pall-beare- almost every Congressional District iu the States of Ohio. Xew Y rkrr New Jersey last November wi s- n I a Republican to reptrsent i.K .n l e ne.r iloiiso i f RvptconUtives, while hss ih.Mi ore lul; t'u- change made in one f i Districts, W more root inly, wum i bting about the same result. The present Representative holds his seat by reason of a plurality and not a majonty. I,et us present a united ftont, with the tide in our favor, and earnest work, we can redeem the old 4U1 uext November. - Church, nt t) I enteitaiiimcnt at Bculah ISetl.i, on the 17, 18 and Inst, which U ncx: Thursday, Judgement on Hood's Pronounced by Squire Fogg. r 1il.1v 1 Thur nil ; :ii;'t St irliy Pol, , nig ;w Uy oi lliitfurdColli-genuhe--s, after which tlie following plays will be rendered: "Pets of O M. Mitf.M, will deliwr u it. i):i C. M. Barnbtt, Ch'm'n. W. X. FosTijn, Scc'y. In Memory ol Ovll Nil ml cm. The subject of this sketch was born April 26, 1874 and died May 2, 1894, at his home in Owensboio, having just passed his twentieth birthday and launched on the voyage of young manhood; hut the fate of his frail barque had already been scaled.' That dread destroyer of humanity, consumption, had claimed him, and on the 2d inst., surrounded by the sorrow Stricken family, his spirit took its flight to the Gal who gave it, and his mortal remains were laid to rest at Klmwood. During his illness of more than a year his suffering was intense but as trie end drew near his pttience and fortitude was remarkable. It was our fortune to know the young man intimately for a number of years and we were proud to call him our friend. He had many noble traits of character, not the least commendable of which were hisdevotion to his widowed mother and his manly efforts to contribute to her support. It seems hard that one with such an ambition should have been cut down so young, but 'There is a Divinity that shapes our en Is," and the sorrowing mother, brothers and sisters must bow to the inevitable, remembering that in their affliction there are many sympathizing hearts RESOLUTIONS OP TUB HAR. Society;" "Taming a Tiger" and "Prof. Black's Fuuiiygraph." Admission 5c. Friday night the program consists of the following: "The Pull Back," "Two Gentlemen in nFix," "A Quiet Family," "Initiating a Granger" and "Too Much of n Good Thing." Admission ioc, rcscrvcJ seats, 15c. y Tb following ttiUmonli! comes fromT.X. night the program is, "A regknown throughout Ken Ton, K$(., who ular Fix" "Othello nud Dars'demon-ey,- " fciekyw court to vll ftnrt Juitlc ofthorCAf Jnitlc and "Ten Nights in a Barroom." tor Bath county. Bit words ihouM livoke Ui oufldtnee of nil who read hli IctUn The cast of characters in every "C. I. Hood ft Co.. Lowell. MtiM piece is good and some fine amateur ! will tayfor Tfood's Sarsapartlla I belter work will reward those who attend. K to be the bett medle lne In tho world. In tbo wintor of '91 1 had a bad cate of the grip which Prof. Crowe is one of the leading teachleft my ayitem In Tory bad thape. I Uled erery-tblners of the county and is a great favor1 could And and got no relief. In Uie fan ite with the people of Beda, where he of the name year I bought a bottle of Ilood't 1 has taught no less thau four schools. SartaparllbL The flrtt dote took Mode a Deolded Change His students are bright, intelligent for the better. When I began Uktng the first and capable, so that the entertainbottle my weight wu m pounds, the lightest ment will be an interesting affair. since manhood. Uj the time the second bottle After paying necessasy expenses Hood'st-Curethe proceeds will be used repairing had teen used my weight was 1M pmiuds. I the church. owe all this to Hood's BarsaparW aiM I gladly Prof. Crowe has engaged the Hartrecommend It to all sufferer." T. M. Kooo, ford String Band to dispense music Justice of the Teace. Sharptburg, Kentucky. for the Ho oil's Plll cure Uvrr III1, constipation, occasion. He has spared neither time nor means to make the blllouUtcss.Jauudlce.slcklieadavhe, Indigestion, affair a success and he should reBOOK-KEEPIN- G ceive the undivided suppoit of the Sat-unlag SAM "ROWELl," Uii. 6006. This fine and grnndly bred young Stallion will make the present season ot 1894 on Monday nud fuesdayntour farm in the Little Head, four miles southeast of Prcntls; Wednesdays and Thursdays nt our stable at Denver Dam; Fridays and Saturdays nt A. C. Kills', 3 miles noith of Hnrttord, nud will be permitted to serve mares nt $12.00 to iuMiro. Money due when the fact is ascertained or mate transferred. Mares will be gracd at 50 cents pc. week or fed at the cost of gram. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible Miuuld any occur Premium of $iS, will Ik- - given to the best general utility colt $12 to first and $6 to second, Sam Sowdurs & Sons, Heaver Dam. 1 K. s 'Sam Rowell,' by PKDir.ur.i:. Model Kecotd 2:30; he by Lexington Chief, Jr., 2103, by Lexington Chief, 5S9. First dam Maude T , by Muc Hull, Jr , 2S;S, Second dam by Sell's Model lUcord 2:30 Mack Hawk. (sire of Granville K. auo'i) by Lexington Chief, Jr., 2103 (sire ol Wait ing, 2:24 h) Daisy R., 2:25 ,', n Helle, 2:28', by Lexington hireH. Twichel, 2:30; Mue Hull. Jr , by Wilson's Mue Hull, 75. sire of Joe H., 2:19. Royal Bounce, 2:19, and sixty others iu the 2:30 list. QlhUiTEliTTliErORT thh J Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BUNK Post-maste- book-keeper- weak-nesses.b- ut ... ct 1 .... c You can rot afford to be without The . Hartford Subscribe at k once. J. L. Carson & Son, i k 1 8 mm 20 VERMIFUGE r T 1 s. head-quarte- rs '. 2 . l - t V to-da-y. Hi Mc-Ada- mu, J ;- - : s.fc KJt mtofr73 'rntx vm "rrv jff-- M1Wp r tvTt9r T rrjj .f tf Mr' ( r v- -- III -- rnii "" " -- - -- - IIMW pi mWWWMWWWWl w lit . J. ,'. Wmmw MWIHWWHWgWWMWi hjwjwfw Mr I. U, Ileiiol, Crrjtitttvtlf s. - t"vn rrr ytti-iilny- Fine mackerel at Stevens & wick's Soda water at Stevens wick's. & Hard- - PERSON AI. , lriin -i i bvi S. Wnrsley, Heaver Dam, i r wi h Tin- - it n " JJJJ m m , m. on . l au yesterday. Ohio CiTitlty Fnii wiITIh hid vi.U'inl er 26. 27, 28 and 29. 111 Miss.es Tula Pendleton and Anna, Griffin returned from Louisville yes- terday, Mits Maimic Retd, Sinnllhouse, returned yesterday from a visit to Miss Sallie Crawford at Millwood and is now stopping with Mrs. Ross. Mr. Ulysses Carson is engaged in repairing the Commercial. With its new coat of paint and the repairs about the place the Commercial will be a veritable thing of beauty. liW :iv 1 3f Boys Will be Boys! Tliw Utile Chaps At can't help wearing Thoy fiotitil &&"': out Clothing. blame, Pnrentfl aro not to see to it 5fST that ST Pah . ' They Wear ex St.v- The Clothes Arc (if of Mrs. Millie Ryan, grand-mothMrs B, D. Ringo, of this place, died at her home near Kussellville last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ringo, who The path to economy is through have the sympathy of this entire community, attended her burial Carson & Co's store. Wednesday. Note what money saving chances We have a very meaner account of Carson 8c Co. offer you. n the drowning of a Mr. Jolly at The latest bit of scandal in town is last Sunday. He was caught the scandalously low prices at Carson some way In the Locks uud all efforts & Co's. He to save him were unavailing. Try our 25 cent hose regular made lived nt Morgantown nnd was engagHermsdorf dye, opera length the ed in the stave business. The lemaius were taken to Stephcnsport Monday for best hose ever sold for the money, Carson & Co. burial. Cal-boo- Mr K. P. Ncal, Prentis, wnft in town Tmsday. Mr V, H Burton went to Owe: Bum: balls and bats nt Stevens & boro yesterduy. Hardwick's. Rev. E. E. Pftcand wife left yesterFresh Lima Beans at day for Hawesvillc, Suvkns & IlAnmvicK's, Mr. W. G. Hardwick went to Fresh cabbage and greens at Stev- Owensboro yesterday. ens & Hardwick's. Lee B. Mills went to Spring Lkk Fencing wire of all kinds at Tracy Saturday and returned Monday. & Son's. Attorney J. E, Fogle went to Evans-vlll- e yesterday on legal business. Arise and rejoice in one of Carson & Co's $10 suits. Mr. II. P. Taylor went to Evaus-vill- e Wednesday on legal business, Bring your wool, feathers and eggs Miss Mamie Reid, Smallhouse is to Carson & Co. visiting Miss Sallie Crawford, Milland lemonade Ice cold milk-shak- e wood. at Tracy & Son's. Miss Isabell McHenry is in LouisRepairs for the Oliver Chilled Plows ville, the guest of Miss Milbra at Tracv & Co's. IIun Wat-tcrson. Alotlior Qoxzxb. f The present time deservss to be recorded in the pages of French history as the age of bombs. Citizens are terrorized, the minions and watch dogs of the law are kept busy unearthing And bringing the offenders to justice, and their whole social system is disordered. In spite of vigilance, however, a scheme has just come to light that has Diabolical Plots ii Hrf ,'i Col. S. R. Dent, representing the right 'stuff at the start. ami school Both Sum-me- r - vacation holidays give a severe test the workmanship, to the goods and !. i Should be Just Right. FAIR BROS. A CO. make a pec-i- al "v iA . feature of Boys Clothing. In style, finish, quality and TRICES FAIR BROS. & COS CLOTHING Is the thing. 5C buys ttie best calicoes at Fair There will be a meeting held to office for llros. &Co. the purKse of organizing a Hartford Mayfair cloth for ladies and chilbase ball club and appointing a mana- dren's waists at Fair Bros. & Co. ger and captain. All who are interNew line of white and fancy dotted ested in base ball playing ore respectSwisses at Fair Bros. & Co. fully invitetHo attend. Large line straw mattings, floor oil Marriage license issued since our cloths at Fair Bros. & Co. last report: L. F. Hudson to Miss Lea Fair Bros. & Co. want your wool, Fulkerson, John Foicman to Miss Ida Gentry, John R. Keid to Miss ginseng and feathers. Mary Gwjn, J. A. Cotton to Miss The best line shoes are at Fair Nancy White, Joe E. Brown to Miss Bros. & Co. Minnie Ford. Colored, Robert Ilines Handsome line children's and to Miss Mollte Williams. ladies' oxfords at Fair Bros. & Co. The Hartford and Hortou base ball Laces for ladies at Carson & Co's. teams will meet 011 the Horton grounds May 19, to commence a series Sorghum molasses at Tracy & of games. This wi'l be the first game Son's. for our club and while we wish them s Call on Pace for barber success they will have to do a little ing.. j practicing if they hope to win. Fair Bros & Co. are sellintr the we arc nuinonzeu oy lommanuer ,ni,,ery. They carry the stock, N. C. Daniel and Adjutant J. B. Wil-- 1 and styi;shiy trim their goods. son to announce mat layior rost, u, j Everybody that wants a nice genA. R. will hold Decoration Day serteel suit comes to Fair Bros. & Co. vices at Green River Church on May They have the stock and sell them 30, and all soldiers and citizens are respectfully requested to attend and cheap night at Tub Rkmmmcan first-clas- srw timi: TAItl.K. New millinery at Fair Bros. & Co. Jatucs P. Thon.ashas purchased a new peanut roaster. WKST. BiM. line laces, embroideries found at Fair Bros. & Co. P- - are No. 7, Mm. Ex No. 31, (Local) , kfi'i:ctivk ai'iui. .t !l vo 5 fin 8, 1894,4:25 t 1 m ill """"p. m iM 1 n 1:25 You can put on scallops for very if you buy your embroideries ot Carson & Co's. little money By 4 35P- HAST. ,. No. 6, Mail No. 8( Mm. Kx No. 32, (Local) "2:50 3:25 H. Mhkhick, Ag't, Heaver Bam 54 using Hall's Hair Renewer, gray, faded, or discoloied hair assump. m. es the natural color of youth, and a. m. grows luxuriant and sttoug, pleasing a- '" ni. ever) body. FROM JIBS BABIES. AT SCHAPMIBE'S. EVERYBODY CAN GET A NEAT AND COMFORTABLE Soft, Flexible awl Positively Comfortable. Comfort costs no more than dfocomfoit and the art of Fitting Feet is an established fact. It is better to be comfortable, Than to suffer. The Correct styles this year are very Sensible. FcitartoS fir SCHUPMIRE, M. Ky. - Hartford. 11, Friday, May 1894. Stevens & Hardwiclc will receive two tons of manufactured ice Saturday. Col. J. S. R. Wedding qualified Wednesday as administrator of the estate of John C. Townsend. Mr. Harvey McCownn is engaged this week in mittine the track at the Fair Grounds in condition for the training season. Mr. wTX Gibson, representing the United S ates School Furniture Com- returned Mondav from a six weeks canvass of Barren and Wanen counties. ' t- , ..- .iu Mica mi McHenry, were married Fulkerson, laat Thursday. They are a most worthy couple and The Republican extends congratulations. Mr,Charlea Rogers, of Leitchfield, has obtained a situ ition in the drug-.ator- e Mr. W.G. Hardwick went to Owen- of Messrs Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. He is an excellent young man ton yesterday for several thousand Hard-wick- 's and a good druggist. He la already pounds of ice lor Stevens & grocery. It will be sold cheap. with Hartford. well pleased JUT, t r ir..,1v nuuauu J. M.irl T Whii liiMirm rT The United Slates Life Insurance Company has ccme to be almost regarded ns a local institution by our people here. For years this company has written marly all the life insurance canted in this county. With regular certainty Col. S. R. Dent, the District Manager for this territory, has visited us until he U known as a familiar friend by nearly every man in the county. His business methods as well as those of his. company are of the highest and straightest character. Large sums have from time to time been paid by him upon policies held by those who have died in this county. Most of the business men here who are insurable carry policies with him. Some his company has refused to take on the ground that they were not in sound health as none but good risks are taken by this company. Among the gentlemen of Hartford who carry policies for various amounts with the United States Company and who have applied for policies through Col. Dent may be mentioned the following: Merchants K. P. Thomas, D. E. Thomas, O. J. Thomas, D. F. Tracy, W. II. Griffin, T. L. Griffin, Henry Carson, A. R. Carson, E. T. Williams, A. J. Bell, J. H. Williams, Randall Collins, G. T. Westerfield, W. G. Hardwick, T. O. Baker, J. W. Ford, C. R. Martin; lawyer E. D. Guflfy, B. D. Ringo, J. S. R. Wed! ding, M. L. Hcavrin, F. L. Felix, J. Edwin Rowe; liverymen J. M. Case-bieS. L. Casebier, F. V. Yeiser, Henry Field; teachers W. Alexander, William Foster, Jr.; college R. L Power, J. L. Brown, j students L. B. Mills, T.J. Morton; carpenter U. S. Carson; Circuit Clerk G, B. Likens and his deputy A. P. Taylor; deputy clerks, L. M. Render and C. L. Doctor E. B. Pendleton; ' Hardwick; Sheriff J, P. Stevens; farmer, timber dealer and miller, V. H. Moore; fanners C. P. Westerfield, John C. Riley, D. L. Johnson; Judge John P. Morton; druggist Marvin Bean; Jailer J, P, Thompson; printer, W. F, Schapmire; editor, Jo B. Rogers; bankers S. K. Cox, John T. Moore. r, Mr, Joe Brown and Miss Minnie Ford, of Paradise, were married yesterday at the bride's home. The groom is a prosperous merchant at Paradise and a worthy young man. The bride is a beautiful and cultured roller Court. The Court of Inquiry, instituted young lady, whose rare, qualities ot Monday, continued throughout the head and heart, eminently fit her as a helpmeet for the man of her choice. wiek with varying success. Tin-- : RKrunucAK extends congratuBill MidkifT was taken up Wednes day under the Vagrant Act nnd held lations. to answer at the next term of the The Ohio County Republican ExecCircuit Court under $100 bond which utive Committee met last Monday was executed. evening; filteeu precincts were repreWhen Crit Taylor was called totes-titif- y sented. Mr. E. D. Guffy was made in the Court of Inquiry he was Chairman nnd Mr. W. A.Gibson was too full lor utterance" and the Court chesen Secretary. Those in attenddismissed him until he could sober ance were: E D. Guffy, West Hart up, appointing 2 o'clock as the hour fotd; D. A. Black, East Hartford; for him to appear. Two o'clock came Nicholas Barrass, Beaver Dam; J. II. was but not Cnt. An attachment King, Select; R. C. Jarnagin, Rosinc; issued and Crit was promptly lodged R A. Byers, Horse Branch; Sam Wednesday morning, in jail until Keown, Fordsville; W. W. Royal, when he was brought out, tried for Magan; C. M. Barnett, Beda; R. J. drunkenness and fined $2 and costs. Mason, Buford; S. M, Bishop, McAn examining court was held Mon- Henry; Perry Westerfield and W. A. day by Police Judge Cart'on and City Gibson from the county at large. Attorney Kelly to look into the blind Proxies were sent from Centertown, tiger buslmss. Some information Shrcve and Etnavtllc. was obtained which may produce inC'linrrh nHlflciitlou. teresting results. FoRi)5VXix&, Ky., May 7, 1894. Hartford Police Court holds regular Editor Republican The dedicasessions on the second Monday in tion of the new Baptist Church, on each mouth. J. F, Carson, police Huff's Creek, took place last Sunday. judge; B. L. Kelly, city attorney. Though quite warm the day was bright and beautiful. Rev. B. F. A Worthy Young Man Mniitt. Cecil Sanders is dead. These were Jenkins preached the dedicatory serthe words that were borne from our mon. He was in good trim and put neighboring city, Owensboro, to the forth one of his best efiorts. Rev. T. people of Hartford last week. They J. Acton offered the dedicatory prayer. were sad, sad words to oilr people, The crowd was large and orderly. The who during his residence in the town balance on the cost to erect the buildhad learned to love him for his unas- ing, $305, was secured in a fex minsuming worth, his untiring industry utes and the people are now justly and his upright, manly walk. With proud ot their beautiful and convenhis mother's family Cecil moved to ient house of worship. The vicinity Owensboro over two years ago and in which it is situated is a growing soon found employment in the large and prosperous one. The Church by the' name hardware house of W. A. Gunther & a unanimous vote gave Sons, where he was a valuable and of "Huff's Creek," it being situated trusted employe until he was stricken 011 a beautiful stream of water by II. C. Truman. down several month ago with typhoid that name. fever, from which he never recovered. Church Noletj. He had pcen able to go about, but for The third quarterly meeting of the he had grown rapseveral weeks-pasHartford circuit was held with the idly worse, until the end came last church at Goshen last Saturday ard Wednesday. The funeral took place Sunday. Large crowds were in atat the Presbyterian Church on Thurs- tendance, some fine sermons were deday at 11 o'clock, after which the remains were laid to rest in Bl in wood livered and altogether it was a pleasThe pall bearers were: ant occasion. The Goshen people Ccraeteiy. J, Ed Gunther, J. L. Barnett, C C. know precisely how to entertain. Bennett, G. C. Mendelt, S. W. AnderRegular Baptist church meeting toson and S. W. Long.. Thus the morrow night nnd on Sunday Rev, A. bright life of a promising young man I B. Sniith will preach at 11 'o'clock. He should have a large congregation. has gone out. Rev. J, B. Ferryman filled his regu rorNHlr. I have tor sale a lot ot fine Corn at lar appointment at No Creek Sunday my farm one mile north of Hartford. and was greeted by a large and inter- Call on or address J. C. Riley. ested congregation, Rev. Ferryman is recognized as a tireless church For coffee, tea, sugar, lard, bacon, worker canned goods and anything in the grocery line call on Tracy & Son. Prrtillnr lo Ilnrll. So eminently successful has Hood's Rheumrtism rtcks thcFystcm like Sarsaparilla been that many leading a thumbscrew. It retreats before the citizens from all over the United power of Hood's Sarsapanlla, which States furnish testimonials of cures which seem almost miraculous. purifies the blood. . iTfwul'B Snrfinnnrilla is not an accident. Hood's Pills cure Nausea, Sick but the ripe fruit of industry and Headache, Indigestion, Billiousness. study, It possesses merit "peculiar to itself." Sold by all druggists. participate There arc five or six old soldiers buried at Green River, the representatives of three of the Nation's wars. The following capable and energetic gentlemen make up the Committee on .Arrangements: J. O. Butler, W. A. Wallace, J. A. King. B. F. FIcener and N. C. Daniel. They with of the old solassured diers and the people generally will make the occasion a complete success. j The people ot Hartford will be in- terested to know that of the j I $Soo in bonds due on building the college $300 were paid on Tuesday nnd $200 more have been ordered in and will be paid at once. Thus the total bonds now due and unpaid is only $300. United States Insurance Company, is in town. Messrs. Silo Taylor and James Wilson, Cromwell, were in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wilson returned Friday from a visit to relatives at Paradise. Mr. II. M. Eskridge, Louisville, visited his sister, Mrs. G. B. Williams, Sunday. Mrs. C. L. Field arrived at home Monday after a visit of several weeks to friends in Texas. Mr. C. L. Field aud wife visited the family of Mr. John Holbrook, of Bulord, yesterday. Miss Elva Morton returned Monday from a visit to friends and relatives at Prentis and Beaver Dam. Mr. Ernest Hicks,' an efficient member of the Owensboro Messenger staff, spent Sunday in town. Judge David Murray, Cloverport, and Attorney W. A. Wickliffe, Greenville, attended court Monday. Mr. Madison Miller and family, I,oiiisville, arrived Monday, tfie guests of the lamily of Dr. Alexander. Mr. G. H. Vicktrs and wife, Lyouia, Hancock county, are visiting liieuds and relatives at Paradtse. Mr. Sam Anderson, Thk Rkpubli-can'- s popular and efficient foreman went to Owensboro on Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pendleton, daughter Miss Tula and Attorney H. P. Taylor went to Louisville Sunday. Mr W. A. Gordon, Owensboro, returned Tuesday from a visit to his brother, Rev. G. W. Gordon, Prentis. Mr. A, A. Brown, representing Hncker & McCown, marble dealers, South Carrollton, was in town Monday. Mrs T.ILAull and little daughters, Martine and Virginia, Auburn, are the guests of Capt. Cox's family this week. Mr. John T. Moore went to Sulphur Springs Sunday. He was the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs W. II. Moore. against the protest of the public, ihigh prices onClothing and Furnishing Goods in this city, as well as other articles of general wear. Has been dealt, and prices have been revolutionized. The people demanded it and CARSON & CO. complied with the de- The combination to keep up, Blown to Fieoes . 1) Ml A Vicious Blow mand. The day of high prices is past and low prices will hold full sway. The monopolistic march has been And the are from the bondage in which they have so long been held. Henceforth they will get a guaranteed quality and extensive assortment to choose from, at prices which are the lowest of the low. There is an end to all things. The crisis that for so long Arrested released people In the balance has burst upon us and through the dim vista of the future content and happiness can be seen for those who trade at CARSON & CO. QUARTERLY REPORT OP XHK 4 it Townsend, of Anna, Ills,, arrived in time to attend the funeral of his father, Judge John C. Townsend, Attorney and Mrs. V. T. Hay ward returned from Eliabethtown Saturday alter a visit to his lather, the Hon. W. B. Ha ward. Mrs. C. 15 Loyri and children, Louis ville, came "down last Thursday to visit friends ami relatives at Horse Branch anl Fordsville Miss Clara Davisson, FordsviPe who has been spending sometime in Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs C. E. Loyd, returned last Thursday. Mr. Joseph JL Thigpen, Louisville, special agent of the Washington Life Insurance Company, of New York, is in town looking after the interests of his company. Messrs. Orgillus and Rosseau Newcomb, former residents of this county, but now of Owensville, Ind., arc visiting the family of their father, W, II. Newcomb, of Clear Run. Mr. C. L. Armendt and Miss Lena Carson, Mr. Tom Black and Miss Florence White, Mr. Will Taylor and Miss Ada Carson attended the camp, meeting at Concord Wednesday night. Mr. James Hudson went to Point Pleasant Tuesday on business, returning Wednesday, accompanied by his mother-in-law- , Mrs. R. M. Davis, who will spend a few days in our town and community, visiting friends and relatives. Messrs S. Calvin Taylor and John Sep Brown, of Rochester, and Mr. J. ,B. Dodson, of Westerfield, started to Dallas, Texas Wednesday, where they will attend the Southern Baptist Convention and then visit friends in the State Mr. W. E. Jono 10 the Pen. On last Friday evening about sunset Rotla'Sanders, who escaped from jail here some time ago, was captured by a Mr. Burks. Sanders was walking through the woods towaid his father's home in the northern part of the county, and in crossing the road he came upon Mr. Burks, who entered into a friendly conversation with him. Finally Burks remarked that he believed that his saddle was hurting his horse's back and alighting near Sanders informed him that he meant to take him in charge. Sanders made no resistance. He had no weapon of any kind, save n small pocket knife. Mr. Burks brought him down on Saturday and lodged him in jail. It is believed by many that he did not try toget away, but merely wanted a little outing. Mr. Burks will get $135 reward. Mr. S. W. Sanders, Rolla's father, came down Tuesday and alter consultation with the attorneys in the case it was decided to 'abide by the sentence and Sheriff Stevens at once parted with Roll a to the Eddyville penitentiary. BANK OP HARTFORD At the close of Business on the 23d day of Decern frer,1893. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 Ioans to Directors (officers not included , 406.00 Loans to Officers 400.0c Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 Due from St'e B'ksfc B'k'rs 483.28 Banking house and lot . 3000.00 Stocks and Bonds . . . , 1,341.67 Specie 2,718.78 Currency 2,260.00 Exchanges for Clearings . 2.145.59 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1, 000.00 Taxes paid 145.97 Current expenses . . . . 1,088.50 Other assets, debts in suit 698.54 7 FOR COLDS, COUGHS, HOARSENESS, Bronchitis, La Grippe, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, And (or tho relief and cure of aU lmi& ... .1 l Throat and Lung Diseases. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Prompt to act, aura to cure. For the occasion ot the Southern Baptist Convention, tickets will be on sale lor train No. 7 May 8th and for trains of May 9, 10, n and 1294 at $22.55 or the round trip, limited to 3 days each way with extreme limit ot 30 days from date of sale. The "Big Baptist Train" will leave Memphis via "Cotton Belt" at 11 a. m. Wednesday, May 9, and arrive at Dallas 7 a. m., May 10th. H. Mkrrick, Agent. H JHU m m f93.7oi.77 LIABILITIES. Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Undivided profits . 7,418.97 Deposits subjectocheck(on which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 Due National Banks . . . 81.63 Due State banks andban'rs 131.38 ... m Jll. wnioivci M v. curud at home wlto oul pain. Hook of KU.WOOLLEY.M.D. and Opium KabltS aiuuiiuu&C4 iwtt vrwwoauiffc t Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Both Commercial. papers one year for only $1.25, in advance. mil aijuir l'criioiiN I nm m urwurk 01 hoimthcu" Jtrowii'i. Iron Uitlcra H'lilMoliuryMi'iii.pMiilUcHtli'ii.rcmnrc'CZ-miiiIu ilinr i.mliirU. (J llioKfnutn ln imiVcn ford, in said county.being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 23d day of December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of December, 1893. G.B.Likuns.C.O.C.C, Sam K. Cox, President. J. J, McHenry, Director, JoiinC. Thomas, J. S. Coleman, County op Ohio. J ss Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of Hartford, Ky., a Bank located and doing business in the town of Hart- Statu op Kentucky, f93.7oi.77 ) ti l fi f1 - J n town i If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain. You need a Sarsaparilla. For best results take De Witt's. It r cccn nurds iUelf. L. B. Ecan. t'erttAU. A good second hand z, m ii ji I And those desiring certificates should write for catalogue of The Teachers' Training School. A summer course. Opens June 4th. R. E. Crockrtt, Principal, Elkton, Ky. cart. Call at this office or address the Republican I What makes a house a home? The mother well, the children rosy, the father in good health and good hu mor. AU Drought about oy tne use of De Witt's Sarsaparilla, It recom- - ' minds itself. L. B. Bean. Job yok before go Ul IP Get our prices on 5 t ftlftftwhorP m ' fc&feaV .if I tfT' WWWWWWPIflWWWWWMWWWWWWWWWIWBWIlia fmwmmn& iH pmmii I f v i ? 'n II III I IliWWtWW , qgKr w W Pin .. i -- . mvx, f rrmtt'ffgw vrtoKSSxr. fcfrjprginifcwiWriwWEwtn 'h""hj p n' L' V niUOlU lionilblicafl1 n-- ju rz-"i- -: Trim? J i J2?&MjWj A PROBLEM FOR SCIENTIST. AfloWtihiKc i.u Mio'uddivwe VninAV, May i i, -- .i: -" iSat . - s- A MAGNETIC WOXDJsiK. Tho nomnrkciblo Powora of n Man In Maino Cn- ffnlrrMtlnff Hlory of an Old frrtneli III Wonderful MacnMltm mllMn nn.l -- An Incident of 1IU lAte In lutll Tin mcsf fiioriilujr, expect inff n ipecial Interview do was unhetvi In' ru a few words eurtly dirt tnry and in Used. Royal Cousins to Marry him. The marriage of tho grand duko of Hesse and his cousin Princess Victoria Melita of Coburg was arranged several weeks ago, and tho queen sanctioned their engagement when tho duko of Coburg visited her ju-ji GuifllH Croon Water In tho Gulf of MokIco and Whore It Comes From. NMV ORMiANS riCAYUNi:. Coughs and Colds I arc signs of weakness. Don't wait until you are weaker and nearer Consumption. Begin at once with r .V'? BUY A CAKE OF e high up In tho service was wounded b$ a riile ball, which lodged somewhere in the man's abdomen. Pierre offered to tell the doctors whero it was, but was declined the chanco by physicians, who betho lieved no more in his jugglery than in that of the Sepoy magicians. . "I can make one of you tell whero "Go tho ball is," said Pierre. ahead," said a doctor, laughing. Pierre walked up to a young physician who was half inclined to believe him, and, placing his baud upon the lad's head, said: "Sleep." The young man sank into a chair and slept. Pierre stood over him awhile and then said: "Tell the doctors where the riile ball is." "It is in the cavity of the abdomen where it has fallen from tho ribs. Open the abdomen and you will find it on the left side. None of stiff-necke- d jii Ul uiuuai" wiuiu uv: a hind in December. The oflleial an crcus road in Lewlston, lives an old nouncement of their betrothal, which took place formally In tho palman named Pierre Hubert Giguerc. His nbodo Is with a younj French ace of Coburg on Tuesday afternoon, Canadian family who knew him when was delayed until it had been priall lived in Canada on the St. Francis vately communicated to tho emperor river. The man has a history as well and empress of Russia, tho German emperor and empress and other relnn some marked peculiarities. Let him tell his own story. atives. Tho marriage, according Horn in Canada ho early enlisted to tho present arrangements, is to in llio English army and was pent as tako place at Coburg during tho last lieutenant to India, where ho fought week In April, when the queen will in several minor rebellions. It was bo staying there. always said of him that while ho was Good Advice. brave ho had reason to bo, for ho This was no was impregnable. "She has discarded me," walled doubt caused by the fact that he postho young man. "I have half a noresessed then, as he does now, a tion to shoot myself." markable power, the like of which ft you entertain such au Idea part of the stato as "When replied the sage, "you are man in the. eastern that," is said to possess, He seems to bo underestimating your alTeetion." a magnetic person and can allay "Don't you mean overestlmat pain by the laying on of hands, viz., ing?" ho rubs gently tho parts affected "Well. you may be overestimating and pain ceases for some time. Ho its intensity, but not its quantity. does not understand the causo of it, Just you wait awhile and you will but uses it freely upon every occafind you have love enough left for half sion when ho can. a dozen girls." Indianapolis Jour Once, he says, In India an officer nal. . n-ii- There has been considerable talk recently among the maritime men concerning an alleged shoal in the Gulf of Mexico, some distance ofi the mouth of the Mississippi. There are, indeed, two separate shoals, accoidini IO UlQ TCporXS. Scott's Emulsion In the vicinity of Bond hill on the intestines are injured." "No, you arc a magnetic person with mesmeric powers." Pierre says that they found tho ball as indicated and after that his prestige was great. It was in India that he learned the fluent use of the EuglUh language. Returning to Canada later in llfo he was engaged on a whaling ship as harpooner nn&inademoncy there. He has been in the United States for ten .years, though he came here from Fall River only last summer. Ho is about thirl' years old and goes about but little. His power to cure headaches, toothaches and all minor kinds of aches and pains is simply wonderful. He cannot heal his own ills. As yet his fame as a magnetic healer has scarcely gone beyond his own neighborhood and the hndow of Bond hill. He has no education and cannot read or write English, but in his knocks about tho world he has picked up considerable information. Lewlston (Me.) Journal. Woman In English Politics. Tho woman canvasser is a picturesque feature of English polities not yet familiar in this country. At one of the recent elections tho women canvassers, who really love the heat and burden of the day, received their reward in this world, for the day before election the leading liberal paper In London paid a handsome tribute to the untiring and successful exertions of the sixty women canvassers who had been working on behalf of the ministerial candidates. "They went in," wrote the special correspondent, "where the mere male canvasser had failed, and they came out victorious. A voter whom a persuasive woman cannot get the better of is clearly beyond the reach of all human argument." The chief requisite for this sort of work, it "Would seem, are a robust constitution, an infatuation for politics and a distinct call for tho work. Chicago Post. "Amlasepnhai?" Negroes Who Pass for Whites. At tho eensu3of 1830 nearly.'H per cent, of the colored population was under ten years of age, while at the census of 1890 only 23 percent, was under ten years of age. Samuel E. Tatum, n Washington negro, in explaining tlds, says: "It may bo a fact that the colored poplatlon Is constantly falling off in its increase, for which there may bo a great many We should first take into reasons. consideration tho vast number of people of color leaving the race yearly. There are thousands who emigrate from tho south so light in complexion that In the north they are supposed to be white and in this way a vast number of families in tho course of a decade lose their identity as people, of color." St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. D'nlns with Qjoen Victoria. Dining with Queen Victoria does not seem to bo an exhilarating function. A woman who has been there describes tho routine, which never varies. Tho visitor is conducted immediately to her room. There bho remains until a quarter of an liour before dinner, which is set for 8:45. m ner is served. Thero is no general conversation. If the queen and her ,'fnmily speak together it is in undertones. After dinner tho queen addresses every guest briefly and A young attache bent from a foreign court and thus entertained gives a still moro gloomy view of (the queen's hospitality. For three (hours previous ho was confined to (Ills room, not daring to walk through tho corridors. At tho rendezvous before dinner no one spoke to him. At dinner two iniosts conversed s. proceeds to the oakroom, whero Punctually at that minute the queen onters and tho company din- trps8lifi.sl.ldivJUioutjLotcintj Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime of Cod-live- r One of these is to the effect that n patch of green water has been seen in soda. Il strengthens the Lungs, cures and calling thank me the blue water of the Gulf about ten Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system. miles southwest of the mouth of the Physicians, ihe world over, endorse it. atterjlioi) io il" Mississippi River. This green water showed a deph of nine fathoms, fifty-foWaslln Dl?.isc3 of Children are speedily cured by SCOTT'S feet, while the water around it is It fiop: wasto and makes children fat an d healthy. EMULSION. MANUFACTURED 131 i, I ft . t ll It. Prep red I boott a Bownc, N. Y. DrusRlnts 199 to 150 fathoms, or 600 to 900 ONLY BY feet deep. The other report isthat nt EESSSK3EFJBBB5 a point in 27 south latitude and 82,2s m west longitude from Greenwich, some 135 miles to the southward of the mouth of the River, there is another patch of green water, hut thero is no shall, for the soumVnggs show 150 . The Be t Shrvet : lAiis fathoms. Green water at sea is commonly associated with shallows, itisustnllyseenne.tr the mouths of Rivers, where the fresh water 6ENTLEMEN, comes into the bine, orwherethe sea .n. H f m Sn 85, 84 and 83.50 Dress Shoe. water is yellowed by the mud of the shore Green water is ireuciallv fresh. 83,50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles or largely mixed with river water, nt-- 1 g()Otls 1)1111 V: $2.609 82 for Worklngmen. though not necessarily so, as there ! 82 and 81.75 for 8oys. t nrci. .j arc sens which aie specially preen IS m& LADIES AND MISSES, from the immense number o! micro. x.v ctv jrjnm Church and School Furnishing Company, i 'l nui-IK7 STa' ' j ' mi copicnlgea which infe-- t the water. . S1 nn 83, 82.50 82v $1.75 J? ferifsH THE WAR OF GIANTS. y cniriMMi. o, any dl-CAUTION.-- If ... ,; Hut in the indent case, in all prob-- ' J W.W; "jJIiVE'.Sm offrri you mW. I IkugUi In the StrurgTe Who Will Take Part nbihty. theM..gen .spots arc trcsh , gA&VU? nt rrrtnrcd hotays li ha. t bm prlc, or for European Supremacy. with nFcrcv-4C3ia8- t io X 1 water boiling up Irani the bottom of nnn tTnw out in mtut.ra -- ftA.V' .&- -' XXlr .. L. "lND.f onnt?h. La This war of giants will have Ruson uim Doiium. iui nitn ..., w 'C. vr ilotibtlej-. .a h C$y-- W v the is. i uowu Mnirauu. 'Wo tf wv 3Sh '4& sia and Franco on the one side, Gor tliese.i. Thjyare " i iHi7ii;Miu.T j W ? many, Austria and Italy on tho Mich of gubalterraiibin rivjn which K & undenlrain the Hockv A . -- , other, says Blackwood's Magazine. . often', To make this evident wo have only and the Wcten, plains-- It has 3 to look nt the actual position of tho been remarked that the Missouri, Ju: ' ?M o3V W. L DOUGLAS Shoe arc tlMi, cny filtinp, nnd give boiler "H, .VA rntUi.Ktloii at the pi Ice n;httiUcd than nny other male. Try one pair and he con troops during peace in each of these river, which is the principal drain of lA AJ VPE ;nail. The bUinphi of W. I. Dcutt:!! name niul prlie on the hotlom, which countries. .vSSCJil-SL&A !"$"! the vastest of all North American ha- M I tarantcoi their ah.c, .mb thoiuaniU of itoMar annually to thot-- Mho wear thenu As an indication of where the dan- sins, is but a small 2 Valor who pnh tliCMlo tif V, I.. 1oih1i SIkh'h Khi customer, which help to uij$ ,A sticim in compar. j TJrtM! the i.tli oil tliclr full Mlic of ger lies and the direction which the K'"'. 1Uy run arfuril to f It at n lr proft, i v Hit.iiy ,y liu tin ft I tiir f.xttvrrnr of Mm tl ruler MtlVii t V'O t 'Ion Xff 17-;- . Jftj 'l r II fJ n contest will ultimately take the dis- ison with the country which supplies 1. ixuU.At IlrocUlon, Mttu. J bUs.r. CV.tnlo-it- tf fvi iiiou upi.Ilcnilon. ' ;! &&;&:?& rra-:.v Vr ttttX position of the Russian army Is by it, and the conclusion seems irresisti. . TOia' p- -t u" ' P. UgNFitOW. Sulphur SpriugsKy. -- ltt ' ble that there are subtei ratican chnn- , T'T4k&6X Wl far the most Important factor. ' T;3r Russia, owing to the immense ex- nels by which its waters are canud mm m. ttA x xj tent of her empire and the compara- off. c. rscci; Pius, ucj Gitfi kc '. Cretans!!, Ohio, U. S. 11 tively small number of her railways The undegiound rivers of Dnkato, In proportion to those of any other Iiom which the extensive artesian European state, is quite unable to water supply of that region is obtainOJ'TIOK OF SUPKUINTKNDKNT) concentrate powerful armies for of- ed, are believed to be directly connect-- TO Si:U TJUv imjiilic ix.srurcnoN, fensive purjwses on any point of her Frankfort, Ivy., Jan. 17, Ib.M, ) ed with the Upper Missouri Uivcr, dominions with any approach to the rapidity with which this can be done where it passes through the canyons Juvcetsior Softool Desk Co.. Cincinnati, 0 LfKNTI-jKMHNHaving exumhod with huhucuiu the Mupe, Chart?, It is known that in Frunce, Germany, Italy or even of the mountains. obliged there are enormous subterranean riv- Globe- - and Blackboard Matciial uhieli you propose to oiler to the school- ol Austria. She is consequently to mass upon her frontier during ers flowing under Texas, ior they tliH Stale under the lav, Kijuiriui; Mich illustrative appaiatu, I can rectmi- peace those forces which she intends linvp lipnti t.nnnprl hv nrtrQtnn t11tt at once to throw into action during at many places, and notablv at Waco. ' meml tl,em a 1cinS nf P,ml material, pood workmanship, mid uitabli lor war. The sure &ign, therefore, of There are in the heart ofthecoutincut the u?e of our teacher?. Your plan t tell them in combination, and tlui, where she Intends to strike herblow several basins of groat extent which as Vou aure mo. verv materially reduce the mice of the whole. U to he when the Inevitable contest ensues receive a large drainage from the surIs to bo looked for in the present accommended, ami especially so as your outfit h made to cover eubjtamially rounding country, but have no surtual distribution of her army. our whole school course as laid d,wn in See. 1M ol the School Law. The This is by no means to the same face issues. There is goo reason great to believe that enormous bodies ol four clas5 ) 011 have arianged, from which trustees may chooe, at specific extent the case with the other powers. France and Germany, es- water find their way into every sea prices ranging from S2o to 5o3 ior a complete outfit, is a gieat point in tjzf&zi pecially, have a perfect system of by submarine debouchments, and the your favor railways laid out with a distinct conformation of the continent makes strategic purpose. Every prepara- the Ciitlf of Mexico a most likely respeedy concentration of tion for a their whole forces by these means cipient for all discharges. If so, the on any point of their frontiers ever fresh water received through such is a likely to be threatened, either for of- submarine vents, being lighter than fensive or defensive reasons, has the salt water, would rise to the surbeen so thoroughly made that their face and make itself manifest, not onof troops can be left during peace in a ly by its green color, but the commofar more dispersed state and much tion such an influence would proJucc. further back than is possible with More than two decades ago, a mariner, Russia. who was well acquainted with the He ull tuve you MONUY liy IJuviii,' from HIM. Will Dredged Up a Cannon. navigation of the Gulf of Mexico, asKell yuu h Hiifgy, Huniiw, L:ii Duster anil Whip from flit). 00 From the wreck of a vessel that is sured the writer that he had more believed .to have rested more than a than once secured fresh water far out up to "5.00. The Puvin Cnrriap Company litis tho rcputa-tm- u century beneath the waters of tho at sea, and this would go to cofirm ol building the boat Uuy '"r lle money of any Factory Delaware river a cannon of antique the views here presented. d In'all f?i Kitfj OfHXEGES typo was hauled to the surface by in Ciiiciuiiati. the "patches" of green water (INCORPORATED.) the steam dredges that are scooping lately noticed by navigators in the nncl Shorthand Tho vrn.it nmrtlpil niit'nprn Tnilnlnir up what is left of Smith's island. Collegfu. Thy avn rt luwiott to IhivImc-HinlMinvm. Cnralnuuofroe. Knos Hpenc m, !stt J. lf. VMu Seo'y. AilUiwi Hponcerlnii College nt For somo time past the dredges (iulf arc the influx of fresh water through these submarine mouths. Louisville, Ky.. Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvillo, Ind. have been bringing up bits of timber that were evidently part of a They do not mean that thesea isshoal-:ng- , vessel of large size, and somo of or that it is rendered more diffiwhich are in a good state of preser- cult of navigation, hut that simply n vation. The finding of the cannon large part of i.s water supply comes Jis'ah Al'ni V.Hi'i in I. set the Delaware avenue gossips to from submarine sources. Thisassump-tio- n 60,000 COPIUJi SOlD in LLLti K M hunting up old record?, and it was THnee month; is not only reasonable, but is in 700 paces, ocr 1(0 illiintrationi, i. aid ten e t ci.i f. tho general belief that the wreck is izvcijvuuy wains that of a British ship which sailed accord with a large number of nscer" YUU UAN MAKt MUKt ft UW T &l.rg v A ANDup the Delaware river prior to the tained facts. There may have been C. "Samantha" than in At.y Cthe. revolutionary war, and, having be- some change in the debouchment of t&--$ AGEHTS WANTED. JSEViiSSr;: come unseaworthy, was abandoned these Mibmarinc rivers in connection ,L - j; TOj on my way home about Snquares " "It gofi f on the edge of the bar from which with a recent serie; of earthquake ' like hot cakes iook seetnfen orucr una rjrML T " kg ARlA taktn ' i"uin rnorniDie' VJyii Smith's Island grew and gradually shocks in Mexico, but that vvjuI J he atctt c::i ?0mall orins nun a Rents,essCU t by throueh sank until buried under the sand. It in hamony with Hussia.fl 00 Handsome iirosp icmamlouirt the vicas presented JVS - 7 . 11 is believed that more of the ancient for aeenii. Half n million copii :-. above. soM. Will felt all thii c3f. Gooil lle u M cannon will be found, and developV. tllia I at lift ,m.r uimL ati 4ofli..w J..f.i. .. , PL4II1.VCI. tM. cncrfoMerm to agents. ments are awaited with u great deal IIooiTn 4'itr. O. THE N. O. HAMILTON PUBLI3HINQ CO.. 505 ARCADE. CUiVtU-N- J, of Interest. Philadelphia Record. In saying that Hood's Sirsapaiilla cures, its proprietors make no idle or Courtship bv Telephono extravagant claim. The advertising TiiyWMi .Htiif I WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Now that telephone receivers can The Russell Art Publishing a'c'A of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always with-C- AU.ONbo had for the small sum of two dolStreet, Phihulelph in lars and fifty cents each, there Is in the bounds of reason, because it of 289 Arclf and address of a few some curiosity to see whether they is true, it always appeal to the sober, sire the names who are interwill bo extensively put to the same common sense ol thinking people, people in every town pafoTowRArjrrR, of art, and to secure ested in works uses as they are put to in Spain, for and it is always fully substantiated F01 the finest and Most Artitth Work, off ample. I here u young lady must by endorsements, which in the finan- them they offer to scud free, "Cupid any the or style. Frcdrriru Si.t i'tteeen bo under surveillance when she sees cial world, would be accepted without Guides the IJoit," a supetbly executHartford, KcutueR)-Hm37 her lover. So the custom has arisen a moment's hesitation. ed water color picture, sie 10x13 ZrIand4th. sixbetween lovers of talking through Read the testimonials published inches, suitable for framing, and tho telephone. Tho lover stands in in behalf of Hood's Saisaprilla, all teen other pictures about same size, 5 the street with a receiver at his car in colors, to any one sending them at while his sweetheart talks to him from reliable, grateful people. once the names and address of ten They tell the story. Hood's Sarsafrom the other end of the lino in the persons (admirers of fine pictures) toparilla cures. winsecond, third or fourth-storstamps to gether with six two-ccn- t dow, as the case may be. There Rockport Iodge no 312 F. & A, M. cover expense of mailing, etc. The seems to be no doubt that the expiration of tho telephone patent is meets regularly every first and third regular price of these pictures is $i, going to add largely to the responsi- Saturday night. W. A. Hiai., W. M. but they can all be secured irce by bilities of chaperons. Boston HerJ. D. Maddux, Sec'y. any person forwaiding the names and ald. stamps promptly. A Lecturer's Device. Notk The editor of this paper has DeavcrDam about 19th or 26t of already received copies of above pictAll persons wanting first-claSince readings have como to be April. ures and considers them reallyn0ems numbered anions the diversions of photographic work, I will be ol Art." 4o 4t the season, an innovation adopted glad to make them. Remember I use by FraneisqueSarcey may be recom- the Instantaneous Process for Uaby mended. At Sarccy'g lectures to Pictures. Come to Heaver Dam for women he always had on each side Park Ohetitv I'IHh will reduce your of him two Instruments that looked your Photos, wheie you always get weinht PERMANENTLY from 12 s Yours truly, work. like gasometers. These held oxygen. to l.i pounds month. NO Starving A. IX Taylor. Wheticvcr.Sarcey saw any of his fair s'ckucts 01 Injtuy; NO Publicity. hearers yawn ho turned on tho Thev build up tho health and bcniili; oxygen. This acted like a bracer. fy the complexion leaving noWKIN Iv ,v Ills audience soon redressed itself LES01 llahliiiirs. HTOUTADDO. ly hicathihg-pureand took on a renewed air of appreMENS mid difficult ciation., When this was accomrelieved. NO EXPEU1MENT hut plished tho lecturer turned the oxyu scientific acd positive relioUdoptcj gen off. N. Y. Sun. only ufter yeaw of expeiience. orders RuppHed direct I10111 our We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrles and Carriages, and deal directly witf Private Executions. 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