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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894051801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . M 1ni ij m.Titjwww rilK ilVltri4lNU ItATI.H (' or THE REPUBLICAN Altli VKKV ItHASONAIlMt AND CIRCULATION IS VERY OF URGE, The Haetford Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY ' nmi "' 4muWto'imi:'m' VWMMMXmMHP HAVE YOU PAID YOURSUBSCRIPTION? Will show how you stand with The Republican. Pay up and one year In Advance and we will send you The Louisville THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK VOL. VI. Every Kinl XTH DANGEROUS QHOUND that you Btond ou with a cough or a cold, and your blood impure. Out of just tiieuo conditions comes WANTED-GHI- LS. IN THE FOURTH C0IDBEH10M DISTRICT, Weekly Commercial one year free, subscribe at once. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1894. to the Mirkct Street Station niter indulging in n hearty meil Apoplexy, I nm assured, is a very cjiaritnblc clonk with which to cover up the young man's ailment. My advices are that it is something much more serious, il not mote speedily fatal. than the compinint mentioned, and has been brought about by hcvcr.d causes, not the le.M being bis Midden n and icmarkable good foituuc in a hue of toed stock speculation. I am told, too, that his father's recent narrow escape from exposure in a matter that would, should it have c come to tri d, have rivaled the csclandre in point of racy developments, had not a little to do with upcclting his mental equilibrium. Whatever may b.ive been the cause, however, the fact remains th.it a hospital for the insane is his present abiding place, ami there are very grave doubt that he will ever be able to take charge ol his business again. The youu man's father is at present out ol the city while stories innumerable are rife concerning his alleged betrayal of the wile of a voung fricjid, toward whom lie bad pocd as a benefactor. The husband in the case, himsell stalled the allegations, and told id his club and clsewhcien veiy Mibttauti.il tale of how the bin ker, who was old enough to be law, had while pictcnd-luhis father-ito Lc the since est of friends, alienated the oung wife's affections. I understand that the story was ofTcred to several papers in this city as well as in riiitadclphia but tlmt tlie influence, il not the money, of the Quaker City financier was sufficient to prevent publication. Tho annoyance, however, is said to have asMimcd such proportions that a goodly Mini was paid to the dis- gruntled husband to leave the country which he did, only to return almost immediately. Whether it was this coming back or a still more serious rea.sou that induced the banker and the father of the aforementioned joung man to leave Phila delphia shoitly after is now an open question, but go away he did, and 1.. rt mi: nlni.v 1.11 tw.-- iin'iitin unu milled .l.4ivivuini'ti lltdLi liH.MI ll . mill play to carrv the hail news, he is et ,,,. . , cer-tniIlreck-enridyn g a a NO. 42. PROFESSIONAL CARD. i tho lungs, like every other f form of Hcrofula. can Lo cured by it In seero. lingering Coughs, all 'JfC and Lung Bronchial, Throat, Affections, and Kf Vsovcry dlwasa that can be 9 reached through toe blood, it is tho only medicine so ef fect I that It can bo guaranteed. If it dooHrtt Imneflt or euro, you liavo your money ImicIc Ncrou pruttrntion and debility are conquerud by it m 4 tVl Tbo Good That lo Growl Hind n Sun roc. "?K r 7 l'ierco'ii Golden Medical Discovery is a certain remedy. This scrofulous nflection of You must do something;. In tho earlier btagai of Consumption, and In all the condition Hint load to it. Doctor Tlioio Tlmt Are Afottirr'N It1clit!lutit unit Cnti Rinuoth Out tliu Dunu. tlr t When Tliluen TvUIil Upptuci tho llrulnlm Mliuu. i lt rf t It U tho rigbt sort of nr my dear. Wo have lots of yountf ladies and lots of iiiIssch mid lots of ilosli-Kt- b Even with tho worst cases of Catarrh, after you've tried oor tlitnt; the proprietors of Dr. KagoV CaUrrd Itemed will agree to pay ou &U0 if they canrt euro you cl, completely. I.OUINYII.M?,T. I.OUIH A TKX. R.K Ictiuilki St, Lnii mniliij. Illy. . PCIIKhUbK IN KH'KCT NOV. I, mi. No.&3, rso.M, WKHT 1IOUNU. Itolljr. 6 25 I.t. Ixiul'TllIft Wrrt I'olnl llmnliiibiirj; -- .. 7.41. m. 0 4 IfTirgnn.. Clmrnt Hitlville Au HrnJrron nMrt . m.. OwrnMro UUnrl... ...li. -- . 07 p. m. in. I 37 p. in. h'-'i- i n. v.il p. m .. 1041s. in. ti40p.m 11:11 . in. lulop. in. m in. ill, m. " ft. p.m. T.ii.m. 10 p. in. l5p.ni. No. hi, Hill t. m p.m. UMp.m U Ufa. in N'o.M, " l0-- KSTItUUNP. flly. Ii'j I,. Hpotlftille On,.'orn. wiport tlai-vtl1- r ..... .. . - . TJTii.m. J37p.m .. 87a tiu 4 35 p.m. u.m. 6i5p.m " b fi P- in. S.tt p. m. liois.w. 7.o&p. m. H ni. 7.31 p. m. 8 A p. m, I P- - ni. . 7.16 . in. 3. ISp. ai aovrrpnrt M he - ll J3.m. 6.p.m m prsndrnUirg Wt t Point....... Ar. UuImIII trtlnilu.M lwip.ni. o5p.m, ft Dl Tmln No. M nl No. 52 rmU connecHen pttl) with tralna on ItTlng(on (iiiiulsy tlllp, Marlniirir a Wwicrn H. H. m( Imiinil. IVr lurlhrr Information, !!. C, M0KHUK, (Jn. iVr At. Cotton Belt Route H s V Two Daily uaits MiiIu'jm Jircaii Spcrrh. sourin:itN scnoor,. I iulktillr( Ky. The following is a copy of a speech delivered by Francis Raymond at one of the Shakerpearcauanniversaries nt Hy.) (St. Louis Southwestern Stratford-on-Avoin the last century TO Mu, Mavou asi GkntuvMan: The 'Tempest" of applause which followed the announcement of a name THE ONLY LINE so unworthy of my own, has left me ' With through Cur Service Irom a buikrupt 111 thanks like the nMer- . Ullilllillllitlkl 'I HHI .11.1 iW.I O IIIIIIVVHMH ou cannot ex .chant of Venice." pect me to philosophize like HamTO Hi.ri.iN. May 3 Farmers are veiy busy let," nor meditate like "Macbeth:" planting com. I hear some complaint yet I am as grateful as 'Pericles." But, were I to talk myself black in of cut worms. Hohe-tnlnn- ,' warm-heartenatural girls; No change of Cars to in this the fa'e like Othello," my efforts Tobacco plants arc scarce Impulsive girls; would prove "Love's Labqr Lost." comradey girls with lots of fun and community. I NTEKM EDITE I'OI NTS. OU Our worthy president and his supno coarseness; girls who can go out The six years old son of Hiram porters, like the "Two Gentlemen of and romp in thosnow, washtbesnow has measles. Into each other's faces, tugnfuhaud Miss Florence Newton visited her Verona," have vied with each other sled and roll a snowball and think It home Saturday and Sunday. lo pass the evening exactly "As You through CobcIiih ami no forfeiture of their dignity to frolic Carrin wmin town Like It." The chronicles of England Dr. Ford, of Bedi. Traveling the with their Pullman Sleeper. from "Lear to Cymbeliue," and up timher With a few more such girls tho world Saturday, fuicet iarming, grazing autl Peter Toolcy and son, 01 Ccntertown, to "King John," and through the would brighten up as Juno does unInntU. Ami reaching the moat prosder showery weather. Speed tho visited relatives atthis place Saturday "Henrys and Richards" to the reign of "Henry VIIL" were but a "Comperous lowus ami cities in tlio day when the world is full of them, and Sunday. to tbo extinction of the airy, afHomer Tanner has returned from edy of Errors;" but the events of this fected, brainless, heartless minxes Kvansville. night will serve to enlighten many who think of nothing but self, faco J. 11. Rowan mode a flying trip to "A Winter's Tale," vvlieu life has Yelldinp FARMING LANDS. powder und braces. passed away like "A Midsummer nlnitulniitiv all tho ceicah, corn ami Oh, to Hvo long enough to see my I.ivermore A, R. Pirtlc went to Huford today Night's Dream." Wore I "Romecy cotton, ami especially adapted to tho own sort of girls flourishing in the with two line loads of tobacco. Mr, nnd Juliet" were to go off with "Titus cultivation of small truita and early world as some do when they break through tho trellis to glimmer and Pirtle is one among the leading farm- Adronicus," or were I "Troilus, and vegetable. Cressida were to elope with Tiinon of highway, a ers iu Ohio county. Ailbnllng glint ubovo tho common GRAZING LANDS. blessing and a boon to all who pass Bcncrhly New ton delivered a load Athens," I would not trouble myself excellent pasturage during almost the thereby. Chicago Herald. with the "Taming of the Shrew," of tobacco entire year, ami comparatively close McMillion went to Duford but would leave them to amuse themHiram WAITING FOR CAR PARC. selves .like the "Merry Wives of to tho great markets. with a load of tobacco. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with Why a Woman Didn't Put Her Accu. We are glad to see the Rkpuiimcan Windsor," and support my misformulaUd Savings In the Dank. almost inexhaustible forests of yellow growing better every week, It is al- tune with the pride "Women iure curious creatures," ready the baiincrpaper in the county. Nay were I a "Julius Ciesar" I would woods pino, cypress and tho hard saldfono married man to another. not exchange my present honor to common to Arkansas aad Eastern "You any that with the air of one May success continue to crown its pass my "Twelfth Night" with "AnCiiaiimiv. Texas. who has made an original discovery." Mi tony and Cleopatra." "Well. I mean about money." Can bo procured on reasonable and I fear I am trespassing unwatnta Sunken eyes, a pallid complexion, They had been talking about money udvautageous terms. iudjcitc bly on your time, and as I have 110 und which was the best policy 10 nnd disfiguring eruptions, mako your wife your banker and that there is something wrong with- claims on your attention, I have bor- gearaud squaro the yards, a comHntirK draw enough every day to last you in, Expel the lurking foe to health, rowed a few titles to your notices, motion on the poop deck caught his llli AH lliieconiiecl elnoii Niilevlii Clio till you get homo again, or to allow by purifying the blood with Aycr's and "All's Well That Ends Well" I eye a commotion that denoted somo her so much every week to run tho Sarsaparilla. Cures Erysipelas, Ec- will conclude by offering you my sin- catastrophe. "Man overboard I" rang out from Married men always zema, Salt Hheum, Pimples bouse with. and cere thanks, or you may charge 111c a group of idlers.gatbercd near the get to talking about that problem Blotches, with making "Much Ado About talYrall. There was a hurried going Ask vouriieaiCBl Ticket Agent for sooner or later. Nothing." to and fro, and an order shouted: tables, etc., and write to money they aro curious "About maps, time Tilt? fr'urmy In IUlrrN. "Lot go tho life buoy," by tho watch KENTUCKY LRADP.R any of the following,, lor all Informa creatures, as sure as you're a foot high. I give my wife my wuges and The Glasgow Times says: "Every officer, as ho hastened to the side. Our Democratic friends in Congress tion you may desire concerning the Tho port quarter boat, quickly she gives me whatever money I arc receiving very little comfort from few days some abortion of manhood trip to tho Great Southwest. want. Sbo has the responsibility of jumps manned, was lowered away; but tho or the country with more brass than brrdns, lin R. T.G.MATTHEWS, saving, and she feels it to bo a very the Democratic press This davit falls were tangled, and it with an essay on girls. When sho in their distress over tariff measures. up Pass. Agt Louieqille, Ky. Dis't gered helplessly. mighty responsibility. abominable chss of literature always makes up her mind to save ten dol- The Brooklyn, Eagle, a staunch organ On tho facing slope of a mignty E. W. LaBEAUME, Mo. lars, that ten dollars is us good as of President Cleveland, and one of begins v ith a sneer, and ends with a swell, driftlug swiftly with the G. P. &Tkt. Agt.( St. Louis, kick. A distinct flavpr of sougnes? northerly sot of tho tide, could bo gono out of tho world. Tho grocer the cleanest and most high-toneJ. A. EDSON, must wait and tho doctor never did Democratic papers iu the couutry, permeates it. The genuine girl is seen poor Jack, motionless, witu outGcn'l Supt., Texarkaha, liavo any right to his money, at came out a few days ago in a strong absolutely unessayable. Nobody un- stretched arms, head down, and least not until after that particular editorial repudiating and denouncing derstands her: she doesn't understand qulto exhausted. In rapid succesbill Is in tho bank. When two figures leaped up in tho tarifl programme. The following herself. She is a delightful bundle sion wo lived In Brooklyn wo opened an the As wise as a ser- hammock nettings, and then dived of contradictious. account with a savings bank there. are a few sensational extracts ol pent, she is as innocent as any suck- out together from tho frigate's tall C. removed to Harlem, and, of special interest: Then wo black sides. Two heads bobbed up vioThe papers are full of surmises ling dove. She is as modest as a course, it wasn't so bandy to get in tho clear green water, and one of (Tho Mississippi Valley Route.) over with the money. Tbo missus about the new tariff measure. The let ami sweet as a barrel of molasses. tho rescuers was seen to be an officer TO kopt saving till she had one hundred country docs not know what it is or She is as rosy as a winter apple, and allcutonant andthootheraslmplo Indian-summe- r and ton dollars laid by. sailor, who know no better thing to is, or what men arc making as plump as an where it CIN. EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, She knows something about do than to savo a shlpmato's life. "You ouLdit to nut that money of it. The members of Congress also 'Somebody in tbo bank I told her. the piano, and lots about making bis- Thoy struck out bravely for tho know none of these tilings. A proANDALLPOINS EAST, will climb In by the dumb waiter and cuit. She is tender with her sweet- drowning man, whoso whlto shirt TO and ten dol- ject of national legislation which heart, and sets the dog on the other gleamed in tho suiiligbt. steal that ono hundred directly affects every interest and lars, and then you'll feel sorry But suddenly a shout camo from Memphis, Vicksburg, New Or. every person in this Republic is kept fellow. She is an armful of delights, tbo ship, whoso bulwarks wero now "4I know it.1 in" 'Well, why don't you bank it?' as profound a. secret from the body of and blessed is "the youth she takes fringed with a row of anxious faces. AND ALL POINTH SOUTH. soFederal legis' lators, from all private to partnership in wearing out the I didn't httvo tho car fare A black triangular flu cut with tho TO "Now, isn't that a woman for all citizens and from all but a very few fa. She is a daisy and a dumpling, spur of n raco horse through tho officials as the confidential statements and in all God's cieated creation there water. And hero another, thoro a Chicago, Ihojvorld?" St: Louis Republic. Cairo, St. Loais, of a penitent to a priest, a patient to is nothing worthy to be named in third and then a score of them at A Qpnr City NcnuiUl. AND ALL POINTS NORTH the same breath with her. Them's onco. The sharks were gathering his physician. TOWN TOPICS. wolves, AND WEST. party that is pledged to tariff re- our sentiments, and the man who like a puck of A Either wilfully, with malice Tho quarter boat, cleared at last, us has treason iu his soul differs with Connecting at Memphis with through through gross ignorance form and that dropsaeform out of the pulled from tbo shadow of tho veshis liver.11 Philadelphia is constant- pledge andrmercly .puts stress on and bile on the press of raiusto all points in sel, and tho two rescuers, now clinging to tho life buoy, urged tho coxly making egregious, errors with re- tariff change add3 to its own infidelity If ever a man feels like "a poor swain not to stop for them, but to gard to society people and those that the injury of the couutry. Change change !s Worm of the dust," it is vvlieu he suf- mako for the .drifting sailor. His pose as such. Sad as is the story in merely for the sake of Ayer's figure seemed to btf moving slightly. TickeU, and all information itself, I could not but be amused at never defensible. It dislocates wanton fers from that tired feeling. Rates,, tossed papers ly. It deranges needlessly and hence Sarsaparilla removes this discoura- Then tho white shirt was will bo furnished on application to the statement in one of the about convulsively, there was an im- ging physical condition and imparts there tho other day to thecflcctithat wickedly. Unsettlement without disappeared, leavyour nearest tickefageat suicidal. When this the thrill ol new life and energy to angry swirl aud it a young gentleman' tad been sudden- provement is muscle, and fibre ing only a ripple on tho oily water B. LYNCH, T. tissue, ly stricken with apoplexy, resulting unsettlement is deliberately protracted every nerve, body. to murk tho place. Tho crew stopped G.l A,,Douisville. ky. run from Hotel Bellevuc over a year and half, the distress, the of the whole their rowing and checked tbo boat's from a awifl dlrs Arkansas, Texass Ml with no higher nlm than husband catching and pleasure, but tho "hoinoy" sweet, fflrls aro growing scarce us glacial fossils, Wo uro nltnos out of homo irl; tfrH that aro "mother's rijjht band' irls Hint can cuddh tbo llttlt ones next best to mamma, and smooth out tho tangles in tbo domestic skein when IhltiKHjrct twisted; tfirls that father takes comfort in for something better than beauty, and that bl brothers aro pro'jid of for pine tiling that outranks tbo ability lo lead a erman. Wo want tflrls of senne, hls that have a standard of their own, of conventionalities, and are bravo enough to live up to it, i:vh who simply won't wear a trailing hkirt on the street because fashion dictates; irls that will don what is 7retty and becoming and siiaji their finders at t)ic edicts of an ujjly style. Wo want good girls, girls that are sweet right straight out from tho heart to tho lips; innocent and simple-girls with less knowledge and duplicity and evil doing at twenty-fiv- e than tho pert little school miss (f ten has nowadays; girls that say their prayers and read their Hlbles, and are not ashamed to show their colors. And wo want careful girls and prudent glrK, who think enough of the generous father who toils early and Into to maintain them In comfort, or of tho gentlo mother who denies herself much that they may have pretty things, totnko caro of their clothes and draw tbo line sharply between the essentials nnd thenonessentials of their needs; girls who strive fully as bard to savo as they do to s'Hmd; girls who uro unselfish and thoughtful, and seek to be a joy In the homo rather than an expensive burden. We want girls with hearts; girls who uro full of tenderness and sympathy, with "tears that flow for others' ills' and smiles that light outward their sunny thoughts. Wo have clever girls, and witty girls, and brilliant girls. Give us a consignment of jolly, imuTccted, ludo-pende- nt minded hail-fello- peril and the idlgnation are increased. ISiisincss wns stninded during 1893 by this imbecility. H lias been prostrated for 1894 for the same reason. The outlook for the rest of the administration, if better, will be better merely because it must change and cannot change for the? worse. The capacity to legislate at all fcems lost by the legislators. The strength of the government and the greatness of the people, are attested by their ability to endure Congress and to discount its imbecility. $' A measure that came from the House named the Wilson bill has been changed in everything but its name. Virtually nearly all but the enacting clause has been stricken out, always excepting tlie t income tav, which has been preserved .us a fetich to bate Southern hates an$f Western revenges on Northern thrift" The speeches by whfj.h- tlfcse Cross protection and agrarian purposes arc defended empty the Jfenate of all each speaker and the officers of the body, except when some scenes blasphemy nnd villiflcation is prccipi- - j tated, as was the case 011 Monday. If forced to choose between evils the New York Democracy would far rather let McKinIc ism remain, with Kepub-- 1 licanism responsible for it, than j Weinte a tmst pudding nggiavatcd by highway lobery as the Senate bill plus the income attachment now is. The New York Democracy willet preserve the party from the conspi-- 1 racy of senatorial agents against its national principles. c.s-ce- pt Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report mi TALE OP THE SEA. 1SY Baking Powder speed with their oars too late. Some of the men gazed over tho side down Into tho green depths. Havo you over seen a shoal of trout around a sinking worm? That's what they saw. Tho bowman, as they turned, picked up the fatal cause of the catastrophe, tho cap, and flungjt wun a curso upon tne iorwara gratings. Then tho men, with white, strained faces, pulled for tho two would-b- o rescuers, who clung, pale and anxious, to the life buoy, and nono too soon, for the horrid fins were darting about In all directions, 'and deep In tho lucid water dark shapes wero hurling to and fro. Tho quarter boat rose to her davits again amidst tho silence of seven hundred men mustered on tho deck. "John Mowbray, seaman, Diy dead, discharged," was entered on tho purser's book. As if nothing had occurred tho men were piped to supper. Tho relic of the tragedy, tho cap, remained wet and sodden on tho capstan, tossed thcro by one of tho boat's crow as he passed. Tho officer of the watch passing the starboard side of tho quarter tdeck, deep in thought, suddenly noticed a sailor standing at the mast awaiting recognition. " "What Is it?" said the officer, stopping short. The man saluted "I begs pardon, sir," he said. "But that cap there is John Mowbray's. I was with him on the fore-"to- p gallant yard when somethln' knocks it off. Says he: Til got it if I has to swim for it, or drown,' then down he goes, leavin me the heuvy bunt to handle, sir, alone." Back to tho capstan went tho officer; ho lifted up the recking cap; its story was soon told. Out of the lining came, with tho usual sailor's things, a wet blurred letter and a cheap unframed tintype of a pretty woman with pink cheeks, and a gilt chain about her neck. For this John Mowbray, seaman, leaped to his death. Tho young lieutenant who hod plunged to his rescue was Stephen B. Luce, now a rear admiral retired. N. Y. Weekly.- Mr. Childs' Paper OWKNSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession iu Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, ni, N. Olcnn, J.N.R. ttVddinr. ABSOLUTELY PURE LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, orer Anderson's Bazur.) i JAMES 1IARNEH. ( Hall's Hair Kenewer contains the for the r natural lood nnd hair, and medicinal herbs for the uaiuncss, fccalp, curing grayness, dandruii, and scalp sores. color-matte- A n .',.., - - Great Souxliwest. to-da- y Tt wns ii snltrv dav following a heavy galo that had brought up from tho southwest heat, mist und rain. The '.subsiding winds bad left a long oven swell rolling in upon Iho coast, but tho surface of each huge sea was smooth nnd glassy. Tho good old frigate Wabash rose and fell lazily at her anchor; tho sails, loosed to dry, flapped heavily with the swaying of tho masts. g Away to tho west loomed tho shores of Morris island, and to tho north the sandy beach lino was broken hero and there by tho frowning walls of Sumter and tho traverses of Forts Wayne nnd Sullivan, floating tho .southern stars and bars. Beyond tho steeples of Charleston rosenbofo tho smoko of tho city. On board ship a morning of listless activity bad begun, as regular in its beats as the movement of a d clock. The clothes of tho morning watch had been stretched beto dry, bung on tho girt-line- s tween tho foro and main masts, for wash day. SudIt was jack-tar- 's denly a gentlo air came from tho land; tho sun burst out, the boatswain's whistlo shrilled, and tho word was passed from spar to berth deck: "All bands furl sail." Slowly the men swarmed aloft, out upon tho yards and furled awuy, tho forctopmen pitted against the main, trying in quickened emulation to have their dutv done tho first. As , tho men laid out at the command a sailor's cap fell from thoforotop gal-layard, and, bounding and tripping against gear and spar, plashed softly Into tho sea closo alongside tho rolling frigate. Tho owner was 'left bareheaded at tbo bunt. Novy; in a sailor's cap aro stored many useful and many precious things. Everything but his money; that Is kept in a rough purso of Jack's own making, lying closo on his hairy chest. In the rim of his cap, however, between the pad and tho lining, aro his pipe, his plug of d thimble, a tobacco, his needlo crossed with thread (like a boy's kite twine) and often his lovo letter, to bo read and reread on his watch below. How that sailor's cap came to fall is not recorded in history; but almost as soon as it had struck the wuter Its owner forsook his duty on tho yard, and, braving the displeasure of his mates and the reprimand that was almost suro to follow, bo hurried down tho shrouds. f, ith an eager, resolute demeanor bo approached tho officer of tho deck. Pulling bis forelock, In placo of a salute, bo said, respectfully "I've lost my cap overboard, sir. It's closo alongside. May I fish it up from tho companion ladder?" Tho officer, gained over by tbo man's earnestness, and occupied by tho work going on In tho sultry air abovo him, gavo a careless assent, as to a trifie. Tho sails were soon rolled up, tho gaskots passed, and tho men came down tbo deck. Just then, as tbo officer turned to give tho order to haul taut tbo running low-lyinwide-reachin- g well-timeut open-toppe- Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. (TTOBIY JT if B.D.R1NOO IIARTFOKO, KY. WiH practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, east side of public square. E.D.GUFFV. attorneys ggt gaw, and Will nmntinA in nit nmtrto ITastford, Kxxtu,s3c3. adjoining yuurt ana uoun lections and nil Ipfrnl htifiinpaa rttfotwl. ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. nf Hliin counties, Superior 01 Appeals. Col- R R. WEDDING, Dam, Ky. Attorney at Law, Beavr the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Will practice his profession in all, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention giveu to collections. Office, in County Attor ney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. , Beaver Dam, Ky. nd Etat. Tho death of George W. Childs will not affect tbo policy of tho Public Ledger nor will any changes be mado In the management of the paper. By an agreement entered into between Mr. Childs and the late Anthony J. Drexel, and in accordance with a provision of the latter's will, tho Drexel estate will now purchase from Mrs. Childs the Interest Mr. Childs held In the Ledger, and will, accordingly, own the paper abThe four surviving chilsolutely. dren of Anthony J. Drexel John R. Drexel, Mrs. JohnR. Fell, nee Sarah Drexel; Anthony J. Drexel and George W. Childs DrcxelwllI hold equal shares In the property. George W. Childs Dicxel was installed as publisher of tho Ledger early in October last and he will continue In this capacity and have sole charge of the plant. Mr. Childs' fortune was a large one. He was in receipt of a very large income for years and he made excellent investments iu many ways. But, while his income was so large, his expenditures also were great, especially so In support of educational OT. H. BARNES imomiEnT Hartford, Ky. at '? counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson &Co. practice WILL courts of his profeeeion in all Ohio and adjoining J. R. PIRTLE i fgSKBm (I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. DENTIST 1- - m Cotton Belt Route and charitable institutions and In indirect charities. Tho profit from tho publication of the Ledger is said to havo averaged as high as one thousand dollars a day. The Invalid's Room. fi. WillI 1 Tho best room in the house should be devoted to the unfortunate member of tho family who is ill. The best room, of course, is not tho one with the Persian rugs or tho Chippendale furniture, but is the ono L where tho means of heating, llght-Inrrnnf- lx. ten-doll- ventilation are best. Out door air should be allowed to pour in. It is not advisable, however, to allow it to sweep over the bod. A screen between tho bed and the window Is always desirable. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER BED FRONT 0. &'S. W. R. R. pat-ridg- e. Is prepared to do all kinds of The floor should bo covered wlh Dental work at reasonable prices. matting, or merely waxed. A table largo enough to hold a smahVwlcker compartment basket for medicine bottles and glasses, a lamp, and a book in which all the physician's PER MONTH suggestions may bo jotted down, is Own a necessity. A spirit lamp to heat IN capiand water for beef tea, shades to hang made easilyyour honorably, without roan, spare hours. Any tal, during tho gas or lamp to protect tho woman, lwy , or girl can do tho work handover invalid's eyes, and an invalid's chair ily, vlthout experience. Talking g Nothing like It for are also requisites of tho properly-furnishe- d ever oOcrcd before. Our workers sick room. No time wasted la always prosper. The bed and bedding should bo learning tho business. Wo teach you la kept scrupulously clean. The sheets a night how to succeed from tho tlrat trial without and pillow cases should bo changed bour. You can mako astart you, furnish to yourself. We ovcry other day and aired in the everything needed to carry on tho busisunlight or beforo tho fire for an ness successfully and guarantee you hour every day. Philadelphia In- against failure If you but follow our I9f) DOLLARS Locality money-maktu- Your n 4 afore-thought- or quirer, Large Submarine Cable. , Arkansas and Texas Probably tho largest submarine cable over laid in tho country was stretched under the Eaet river, from street to fbn font nt Effrhtv-ehrht- h r tho foot (of Eighth street, Hunter's X'oim, rccenuy iuocuumwwwuito nearly a mile in length, two and three-quarte- r inches in clrcurofer ton. onco and weighs twenty-on- e It contains twenty conductors, each consisting of throe fine copper wires. Header, IT simple, plain Instructions. you are in need of ready, money, aud want to know all about tho best paying business before the public, send us youi addresi and we will mall you a docu Boeut giving you all tho particulars. TRUE A CO., Box 400, Neuralgic 2ter$0H9 vs Augusta, Mains wsaWae Andtbost trouUed with nenowHwa ty takiaff ovorwork will t raUavtd Ims tadt J MreuHf Iron BUIW9 auiaa mk awl crowed rl llass w viaitt Ai itj 'M r '" iw !JN1liPJIWIWiWlll t WltBIII u WMM MWilMHiWUHM wii mmmmm ,i j ijj m.' jij ii 'jj ljuj. t" jll i 333E wawwiM -- rrrv:sTr7Kfflra7 ggyarrwviwwmwitfi.wju q?ia 1 v ' i t -- li in Pi sumption, than by nil increase of exports. Our cxpoits increased by fifty millions, but our imports decreased n PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING by about a hundred nnd So far as the falling off in millions. Editor and 1'roprletor. JO. B. HOUKKN. imports was in raw material it is an Friday, May, i3. 1S94. effect of the reduction of ourmanufac-turin- g productions. Republican Ticket. Business is always in amore'or less election, ov. n. disturbed state when congress is in For Comity Judge John P. Morton. session and engaged in discussing For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. cither the tariff or financial measures, For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorne- y- 1:. P. Ncnl. aud when a bill makes such radical For Assessor N C. Daniel. changes in the tariff ns the one now For Jailer John V. iilacfc. pending, it is not to be expected that Fitzhu-- h. For Surveyor G. S. business will go long in a regular For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. magistrates: way until that bill is finally disposed Hartford A. S. Aull. of. The trouble now is that there is Rosine C. L. Woodward, no telling when the pending bill will Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson. be disposed of in a way to be considFordsvillc ered final. If this Congress passes it, Buford as it will in some shape, business men constrhck: Hartford Hosea Shown. will not be reassured, because the Rosine Thomas Allen. leaders who are responsible for it have Cromwell R. B. Martin. announced that it isonly the first step Fordsvillc in the direction they propose to go, Buford and that they intend, next year, or as soon as possible, to bring in a bill that will go much further. With this threat hanging over them, business fmen and manufacturers feel com pelled to go slow. However, though they will go slow, there is certain to be a change from the present severe depression. Supplies are becoming exhausted, and things are wearing out and must be replaced, and a great country like ours, merely to keep things moving and to supply what is worn out, causes a very considerable business, nnd on that account a gradual imon may be ex Sam Junes will begiu a two weeks provement from no pected. The summer will be dull, of mcetiug in Henderson in October, course, but better things may be exIp we can getelackwater navigation pected in the fall. on Rough River the railroads are welAttention Republican. come to continue their uniform treat Headquarters 4T11 Cos ment of Hartford by passing on the gressional District Rk- runucAS Committee other eide. Hartford, Ky., May 8, 1894. It was quite a coincidence that Upon advice of members of the DisChant, the winner of the Kentucky trict Republican Committee, we have Derby at Louisville Tuesday, aud decided to issuethecallfora CongressClifford, the winner of the Brooklyn ional Convention without the formalIt is Handicap same day, should both be ity of a Committee meeting. the samo fitni of horsemen. therefore ordered that a delegated owned by be held at Lebanon, Convention Mr. James Richardson has sold Marion county, Ky., at 10 o'clock a. the Glasgow Times and retired irom m.v on Wednesday, June 27, 1894 for the newspaper business at Glasgow. the purpose of nominating a candiMr. Richardson ranks among the best date to represent this Congressional Congress, writers of the State, aud the people District in the Fifty Fourth and to transact such business as may of Glasgow will miss him greatly. be deemed necessary by said ConvenDr. tion. Brooklyu Tabernacle, The The Chairmen of the various CounTalniage'a church, was destroyed by Dr. ty Committies are instructed to call fire last Sunday about noon. Talmage had just finished preaching, Conventions in their respective coun-tiy'- s for the purpose of selecting Deleand was talking with some friends wheu the flames gates to represent them in the Conaround the altar counwere discovered. The fire spread and gressional Convention and each ty shall be entitled to one Delegate soon 82,000,000 worth of property was for every one hundred, or fraction in ashes. This is the third time the cast for fifty over .votes Tabernacle has been destroyed by in 1892. Harrison for President fire. Republicans are urged to attend A nehro crank, named Matthew their County Conventions and select Delegates persons who will attend Cheney, clairaiuz to be a messenger as the District Conventions There is from God, frighted the members of every evidence that Kentucky is in Congress almost out oi their boots by the path of the land slide, which thirnppeariugin the gallery of the House ty years of pretense and one year of Monday and shouting, "Mr Speakfailure have brought to the Demo-carter, a messenger from Christ. If the They have been thoroughly Coxcy bills are not passed before the 'weighed in the balance and found 24th of this mouth the Lord will dewanting." Wanting in statesmanstroy the White House, the Capitol ship, wanting iu nerve to carry into and the Treasury with thunder and effect "party pledges," wanting in lightning." He had hardly fiuished patriotism, wanting in every essenwhen a policeman appeared on the tial, the capacity to govern this counscene and hustled the crank off to jail. try in a way which will bring happiness, prosperity and contentment to in our people. convention Democracy's menace to Tin: Republican Muhleuberg county Saturday noinU ourprotectivetariffsystemhasbrought nated the following ticket: For county financial ruin to thousands of our judge, D. J. Fleming, renominated; people in every industry, enforced for county attorney, M. J. Roark, re idleness to workingmen, and caused nominated; for county court clerk, destitution to an extent never equalJ. G. Ellison, renominated; for sheriff ed before in the history of the counJake Kittinger; for Jailer Ji. H. try. It is not surprising that thousands Lyons; for assessor, John Blackwell; for coroner, Blacky Brown; for pur- of voters are turning away from such veyor, Pete Shaver. There were a a party. Contrast the condition of with its congreat many speeches aud resolutions, this country at this time Adminisindorsing Dr. A. D. James dition under Mr. Harrison's adopted tration and it requires no second for Congress, IT. C. Petno for circuit thought to determine to what party judge, and Col. W. 0. Bradley for people will turn for relief. A change Governor. in this District, equal to that made in Hartford Republican fifty-seve- ICE BY should be fixed a rod which has a handle large enough to be grasped by by both hands at about eighteen inches from the floor. If the person whose strength is being tested stoops down and grasps these handles nnd then pulls in an upward direction as hard as he can, he will call almost every muscle into play. Those of the arms, chest and back arc engaged in pulling the handle upward, while those of the legs give assistance by pressing downward with all their , force. If a test for the sttength of hand and arm only is required that recommended by Galton in his account of anthropomctrical apparatus the hand and arm dynamotor may be mentioned. The object of the former is to measure the strength of each hand in respect to the force that can be exerted in squeezing an article of the most suitable size between the fingers and the palm. An arrangement is made by means of which the pressure applied can be varied, and thus the strength of the hand when acting in its most advantageous position can be measured. The arm dynameter measures the strength of the arm when exerted iu the same way as by an archer drawing a bow. f THE BOARD OF TRADE. An Organization of tbo Bus ness Men ot Hart- - iord. It Promises Much for our Commercial Interests. FOR SALE TRACY & SON. NMALLIIOt'ME ITEMS Business at this place is good. The grist mill is in good order now for making meal aud we hear the noise of the engine every week now. They have organized a Methodist Sabbath school at Equality. May it do much good in the community. Miss Gertie Reid visited this place last week, the guest of Mrs. Cora Taylor. Come again Miss Gert:e. v Miss Mamie Reid is visiting friends in Millwood nnd Hartford at this writing. Mr. Henry Chapmau, of the Union Baptist church, was baptized here in Green River last Sunday evening by Rev. Weaver. Mrs. Kfjle Chapman was the guest of Mrs. Jennie Ross Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chinn visited relatives at Beaver Dam and Taylor Mines the first of last week. Farmers are having to furrow out their corn and replant on account of cutworms. Quite a number went to Steamport to attend a holiness meeting Mr. S. R. Barnard went to Hvaus-vill- e on business Wednesday of last week returning Friday. Messrs. J. C. and J. Drake delivered their crop of tobacco last week to Mr. Patterson, Point Pleasant, receiving fwc cents per pound. Don't forget the great Masonic Barbecue to be 'held at the Fair Grounds, June 23, 1894. Hon. L. P. Mttle, of Owensboro, will deliver a Masonic lecture at 11 o'clock a, m.; also Cipt. S.H. HillandHon T.S.Pettit are and entertain the audience in the afternoon. Everv Ma- ionic Lodge in the county is invited to attend and join in the procession, which is expected to be the largest that ever occuued in Hartford. There will be a fine barbecue dinner and other refreshments to suit the occasion. The proceeds will go to repair the Masonic Hall. J. C. Riu;v,Ch'm'n,,l Louis Gusther, Coiii. J. A. Bennett, I J, J. Bozarth, James Suixenckr, G. J. Bean, J tf Economy nnd ftlreiitflh. Valuable vegetable remedies are used in the preparation of Hood's Sarsaparilla in such a peculiar manner as to retain the full medicinal value of every ingredient. Thus Hood's Sarsaparilla combines economy and strength and is the only remedy of which "100 Dotes One Dollar' ' is true. Be sure to get Hood's. Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or gripe, but act promptly, easily and efficiently. m Mimonlr Hnrnccui. On last Friday night the business men of Hartlord held a meeting at the Court House for the purpose of effecting an organization lookinsrtothc builJiug up ol the business interests of the town. The meeting was 'called to order, and the following organization was effected: W. M. Fair, President; A. J. Bell, Vice President; C. R. Martin, Secretary; C. L. Field, Treasurer. Remarks relative to the good which might be seemed by a proper understanding and united action upon the part of the people of the town were madebyJuJge J. S. Glenn, Capt. S. K. Cox and J. II, Williams. Capt. Williams and Capt. Kd. Daulley, two Uvansvillc steamboat men, being pres.Mit were cilled upon and responded with appropriate remarks setting out a plan by which Hartford might secure transportation by Rough River. A Committee on Constitution and By I,aws was appointed and directed to report at the next meeting. Tl'e Committee was composed of Capt. S. K. Cox, Judge J. . Glenn and G. J, Bean. A Committee was also appointed to conler with the merchants, business men and shippers of the town and community, and to determine as nearly as possible what could be done toward securing steamboat transportation of freights The following named gentlemen compose the Committee: A. D. White, T. H. Bean and L. Field. About thirty names were enrolled and the body, on motion of J. H. Williams, was named the Hartford Board ol Trade. The body then adjourned to meet at the Court House Wednesday At a meeting Wednesday night the Constitution aud By Laws were adopted, and the name changed from Hartford Board of Trade to Hartford Commercial Club, and the organization will hereafter go by that name. The following named gentlemen were chosen as the Board of Directors: Judge J. S. Glenu, C. L. Field, K. II. Tracy, T, II. Bean, Dr. J. K. Pendleton aud Lee B. Stevens, The time of regular meetings will be the 2d Friday night in each month, Capt. Daulley has been in town this week and is quite confident that iu a few weeks Hartford will have regular steamboat connection with Kvatisville aud Louisville. To Attention, lJi.llftii4. the Members ov the Ohio You will many good things that were read and spoken, except one. That .was the essay of Brother A. B. Smith on ,;Thc State aud Place of the Righteous Between Death aud the Judgement.' This was one of the most masterly efforts of this most gifted man nnd produced a lasting effect upon all who heard it. It was read with n tender ness aud pathos which sink deep ttu to the hearts and uundsof hishc.uets. By a unanimous vote of the body he was requested to furnish it for publication in the Recorder and Gleaner, I trust the body will pardon me for tanking this one distinction among the many good things brought forward by the brethren, and perhaps if the editor of Tin; Riutiiucan will permit us nt the next meeting of the hotly we will give the minutes in full for publication. Brother A. B. Smith was elected Moderator for the ensuing year aud II. B. Taylor Clerk. The next meeting ol the body will tie with Cool Springs Church on Tuesday and Wednesday before the 5th Sunday in July, 1X94. A B. Smith, G. W. Gordon, and tit. B. Taylor were appointed a Com mittee on program, which will soon be arranged and published. It is the wish of this body that all the preachers of the county will be in attendance nt that time and make it a marked success. "The Lord.s business requires haste," are the words of the Holy Scriptures, then woe be unto him who loiteteth by the way and thus neglects to push onward the cause of Him who said, "I must be about my Father's business." H. II. Taylor, Clerk. Blood Poison BOOK-KEEPIN- G Wc have teccntly prepared Hooka V AfUr Approach of Death) New Ufa by Taking Hood's. on the above, especially adapted to "Home Study." Scut on 60 days trial. Hundreds havcbeeii benefitted hundreds of dollars by ordering our Why not you? publications Should you later decide to enter our College, ou would receive cicdit for llii' amount pahls l?"r weeks by g our method of tc idling old plan. is equal to 12 weeks by the Positions Guaranteed under certain conditions. Send for our lree illustrated 06 page catalogue aud "state your wants." Address J. 1 Draitgh-on- , Pres't. Draughon's Practical Business College and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy, Nashville, 11 Teachers. Tenn 600 Students the past year. No vacation. Hnter any time. Cheap Hoard. N. H. We pay $5,00 cash for nil vacancies ns stenographer, teach era, clerks, etc., rcortctl to in, d we fill same. book-keepinbook-keeperpro-vide- Shorthand and Penmanship. , r LBkA V$Sr PBBbIB Mr Wm X QrenhoU tUKtmor. Mt. Tor four ytara I wa In tntnt suffcrlDf with an abscess cm mjr thigh. It discharge frMljr ami several times last February I had to take my bed for four weeks, and then H was I began to take Hood's BaxiaparlllA. 1 soon got on my feet, but was very weak and went to the Maryland Unite nlty hospital, where they said my trouble was chroalo blood poisoning and gate me little hope. I returned home and continued taking Hood's. 1 have used sis bottles and the abscess has entirely disappeared, and I hare been In Plecof Bona Came Out. Pine Health Ever Since I know It It had not been for Hood's Bar i a pari Ua I should be In my grave. 1 have gained I' weight from 14? a ycarao to 170 pounds HooTs5? Hood4 Pllle I I ' ' ' . County Medical Society: s. J. A. Carter, annouueed himself as a candidate for to Congress from the Ash Jaml District, notwithstanding bis confession under oath of flagrant and habitual licentiousness aud hypocrisy, therefore be it train of May 22d, good for return on same result. The present Representative holds night train same day, or morning his seat by reason of a plurality and local leaving Louisville May 23d not a majority. Let us present a Rates $2 from Beaver Dam for the united front, with the tide in our round trip. For further information of favor, and earnest work, we can re apply to nearest ticket agent. Rr&OLVED, That we, women Lexington audFayeltc county, Ky., deem the old 4th next November. T. B. Lynch, G. P. A. do solemly protest against his C. M. Darsett, Ch'm'n, Urcvii ItUor Nusitlny ftchool. as the representative of this district. 2d. We believe that such an indorsement of W. G P. Breckinridge at the polls would be a disgrace to Kentucky, a shame unou manhood, an iusult to woiuauhoou, a sinful ex. amnio to youth and u menace to both society and the home. 3d. Wo earnestly implore our fathers, husbands and brothers to wipe out the stain that W. C. P. Breckinridge has brought on the fair name of the Ashland District, Mutter of Ilimliiehf. LOUISVIIJ.R COMMERCIAL Tin: women of the Ashland Dis- almost every Congressional District in the States of Ohio, New York or trict are working hard to defeat W. New Jersey last November, will send C. P. Breckinridge for Congress. At a Republican to represent us in the a meeting Monday the following reso next House of Representatives, while lutions were signed by many promiless than one half the change made nent women: in one of the New York City Districts, Whkreah, Col. Breckinridge has more recently, would bring about the I.ouIhIIIo Harm, The Derby Day excursion via the C. O. & S. W. railroad having proved such a success, it has been decided to repeat it on Clark Day, May 22d, on which day the Clark stakes and four other races will be run. On this day no admission is charged t) the Race Track, aud the public is accorded the privileges of the field Co 111 t'lirnp Mutm free of charge. Tickets will be sold for morning please write on a postal card the title of the paper you will read at the next meeting of the Society at Hartfoid, Saturday, September 24th, 1894, and addiess meat your earlicstconvenicnce that the Secretary may prepare and have printed the programme for the mctliiig. Select your own subject on any of the btanches of medicines, surgery, or allied sciences; write your paper,seud me the title and make it a point t be present to read your papsr. We had a most interesting and profitable meeting May 12th, and confidently expect a fuller attendance and more interesting occasion Sep temlicr 24th. Have you a patient with some chronic condition or complication of diseases so that it is of interest professionally? Bring them before the Society. They aiesureto elicit an interesting aud profitable discussion. Have you had a series or group of cases similar in some respects and different in others? Report them. You will probably learn something yourself and be most sure to be instrumental in imparting information to others. To the physicians ofthecounty who are not members of the Society we extend a cordial invitation to meet with us next September and attach themselves to the Society. "The object ol this society shall be to organize the medical profession in the most efficient manner possible for the advancement of the science of medicine, surgery and gynaecology." This is its (Constitution, Art. 2.) Can you object and its sole object. not help? J. D. Maddox, Pres't, Rockport, Ky. May 18, 1894. I The Commercial Hotel iu Hartford, Ky. Those desiring either to buy or rent, will do well to call nnd examine this fine Hotel at once. Terms rrctllrM .Nollrr, All persons having claims against reasonable. This is the only Hotel the estate ol Nathan Hennctt, deceas- in town running now nnd has n gool ed, will present the same to me prop- patronage. Call on or address O. J. erly proven for payment hefore Aug- Bean, Hartford, Ky. 4t lit: IV EH liM. May 16. Rev. Tcel filled his regu- - ust I, iHyi, or they will he forever barred. Woon Tinsi.kv, Adm. lar appointment here Sunday. He Hartford, Ky., May 8, 1894. $i preached an eloquent sermon to an Nnrej litnlo Nll attentive congregation. Text "Where Mitlr for yo.tr treasure is there will be your IuanyUiudonpMUtity. For prices, &c, mcAVtAiajtmMARKSaW heart also." Services were held in apply to F.I;. Nelson, Hartford, Ky. COPYRIGHTS. m CJIJ I Oil TAIN A PATKNTf Tor ft the Baptist Church Sunday night, M I) .N N V t'O.t wba bftT but Dearly Ofty fwif conducted by Rev. Nealy, of Cc-- 1 iPrieno Id the ttnt bwinr. Axnmwiim. lltwusthcUromfMimtlAL A IU4bk uf fZ ralvo. Text "What think yc of formation raocrrninx 1'ntmta and bow to ob. Uln lb ma Mnt free. Alo ft mialofiM Oi Christ?" and Mntino nt fr. tbroasb iatnta taken tiU Dr. J. P. McKcnney and wife have ratal notloalntlM ftlrntlllp AMrrlrWaTanJ n to tba Inrrntof. This returned from a weeks visit to relatoned wfklr. elwamlr illosuatm. baa by (Zihi ',i011 ot " tives in Nashville. "! work tn world. 2 3 ayar. fmp) cotir mm f rwa. tb Mrs. Perry Westerfield, who has CnrtM, ;Ji cent. Itrer nuxnlwr contain Wnra U iiiui piatea, in colon, and pbouvrapna of b?cii in Rochester, under the treathoutea. with plan enaolinc builders to bow tbl ment of Dr. Hunt, returned homcthis adweek and is not much better. Q UAlt TERL Y JiEPOJIT Misses Liz.ic Barnes aud Mabel Sweat attended the Rockport enterof tiii; Something wrong when youtiretoo tainment Saturday night Mrs. K. J. McKenney and little easily. Something wrong when the daughters and Mrs. Luther Render skin is not clear and smooth. Someare visiting friends at Island this thing wrong when the Hlood is impure. Everything right when you week. It recSeveral of our young men are at- take Dcwitt's Sarsaparilla. tending the races at Louisville this ommends itself. I. H llcau. At tho Closo of Buainoss on week. 23d day ot Decom Miss Dora K. Gibson and Mrs. F. Between San ford Brown's and Rockbort 1893. O. Austin, and little daughter, Marie, port, on Sunday April, the 30th, a It&SOUKCES. spent Saturday aud Sunday in town. large red ockct-hoocontaining be- 1 .0.1 us and Discounts, less Mr. James Cecil and wife, of Harttween $110 aud $115 In cash. A very loans to Directors . . ford, were in town Sunday. liberal reward will be paid for its re- Loans to Diteclors (officers $54,127.50 Mr. Baltcll who has been very sick turn to me at Kockpoit, Ky., or to not included . 600.00 for the past few days, is nt present Tin; Ko'Uiimcak oflkc. Overdrafts, bccurcd . . . 1,412.00 Overdrafts, unsecured . . somewhat better. 568.48 R. K.'li.uu. Due from National Hanks 15,759.11 Mr. Newton Belcher, of Rochester, Due from State banks and visited friends here Monday and Bankers 108.00 Tuesday and returned home Tuesday Hanking house and lot . . 3,000.00 evening, Specie 1,393.97 Currency Messrs. J. P. McKenney and J, II. 5,017.00 Other items carried nscash 50.00 Nave made a Hying trip to Rochester Furniture and Fixtures . , 1,500.00 Saturday. Taxes paid 134.05 Messrs. Davage Taylor, C. M. TayCurrent expenses 1,768.56 lor, Oscar Stevens and J.P.McKenney W5.443.67 have recently bought new horses and and Ociom Habit Mr. J, II. Nave a fine cow. LIABILITIES. cured i buiuu wriliv Capital stock paid iu, in cash$25, 000.00 Miss Nettie Rogers was in Hartford Surplus fund 5,250.00 Ii.M.W(MlLLEY.M.U. Monday and Tuesday. W Atlanta, Cla. Office . . 6,312.33 10si WMtehaU&k Undivided profits . . Mrs. S. P. Taylor is very sick 'at Due Depositors 48.S30.36 BOfflMCUTTTT, uetiifjViim this writing. DueSrtebanks&srtcb'k'rs 50.98 cure liver tils, constipation, blliJuincJ J, Jaundice, alckhoiiJaclio, Indigestion I praise Hood's HAMaparllla for It nil. W. tt, (1 hi rNtiotrz, 11 J Hano er St., llaltlmore, Md, Cures And those desiring certificates should write for catalogue of The Teachers Training School, A summer course. Opens June 4th, R. K. Crockktt, Principal, Klkton, Ky. " For Nnlr or Kent Subscribe for The Repuislicax and the Louisville Weekly Doth Commercial. papers one year for only $1.25, in vance. V solc-nd- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK k ... You can rot afford to be without The Hartlord Republican, Subscribe at WHISKEY once. .... k I SCHOOL NOTES W. N. 4J Foster, Sec'y. Many students visited their homes Saturday and Sunday. Mr. R. P. Hockcr and wife were visitors Tuesday. Mr. Hockcr conCREAM ducted the exercise. Rev. Tcel conducted devotional Monday. Mr. Newton Belcher was a welcome FOR YEARS visitor Tuesday morning. Has led all Worm Remedies. have The class in EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. finished their Text-boo- k nnd will SOLD EVERYWHERE, transact business with each other for rnfrM ft; irifiiDsox iKDtciatco., bt. tons. a few weeks. U.N. 4'nrftoit. The A. C. class in Algebra will f, I, Cnmoii, complete their work this week aud will have test problems for the next A ten weeks. Miss Gibson has been using every method imaginable to get her small pupils to learn the multiplication table and some say because they do Careful Estimates made on all Carnot study they are just dull in Arithpentering and Building. Terms reametic. Miss Nettie Rogers was absent sonable. Hartford, Ky. Tuesday. Misses Virgie Hockcr nnd Hortense What makes a house a home? The well, the children rosy, the Rogers are abeseut on account of mother father in good health and good hu- sickness. Attye. IN A mor. All brought about by the use It recom-mind- s of De Witt's Sarsaparilla. itself. L. B, Beau. WORMS! WHITE'S es VERMIFUGE 20 Book-keepin- g J. L. Carson & Son, Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located and doing busiue3 iu the town of Heaver Dam, in said coiinty,bcing duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 23d day ol 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 rejK)rt is made in compliance with nn 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 John II, Karnes, the 30th day of December, 1193. biiRuiv Taylor, K? Dep. CountyCourt Clerk. I. P. Harnard, President. R, P. Hockrr, Director. ok Kknti'ckv, ) County ok Ohio. ) ss John II. llames, Cashier of Heaver Statu Jno. II. Barnes, HORSE SENSE kACM : . A J The best way of finding out what power a man is able to exert with his different muscles is to get him to do a variety of feats, each of which calls particularly upon some set of muscles. But the question seems to infer that the test is to be made by some single operation. If this is the case the best stocks and test is undoubtedly that performed as to accumulate partly a compulsory economy in con- - follows: To a recording instrument The large gold exports oi last week told on the gold reserve of the Treasury, which is again below the $ioo, 000,000 mark. The fact that our exports for the first quarter of the year were nearly $206,000,000 more than our import shows that the gold is not shipped abroad to settle trade balances, but indicates a continued withdrawal of European capital from investments in this country. The balance of trade in our favor is less encouraging than such a balance usually is, because it is caused rather by the decrease ofour importations, indicating partly an ray hoii County KeiMiblleaiiw. Lkitciifikld, Ky., May 15. The Republicans of Grayson County are called to meet at the court house at Leitchfield, Ky., on the Fourth Monday in May, the 28th of the month at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to the Congressional Convention which will be held at Lebanon, Ky., Wednesday, June 2jt 1894, at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress in the Fourth District. D. O'Rii.EY, Chairman Grayson County Republican Committee. J. B. Rogers, Secretary. TfMlliitf m Mhii'n Nfrriitfth. IIROOKCYN EAGM5 , Sunday, May 13, 1894. I'BKSTIN. Services conducted by SuperintenThe Ohio County Baptist Minister's dent Sam J. Shields and opened by Institute convened at Slaty Creek singing "I'm Going Home," Two Church April, 27 1894, and continued teachers were absent. two days. Rev. John O'Brien, Daw-soSubject of lesson: "Israel in was chosen Moderator and II. B. Kgypt" Taylor, Clerk. The following minisGolden text: "Our help is in the ters were enrolled; John O'Brien name of the Lord " Dawson; L.J. Stirsinan, Muhlenburg Number of students present 25; abcounty; G. W. Gordon, Beaver Dam; sent 20. Kdward H. P. Brown, Rockport; After reciting the lesson SuperinMaddox, Rockport; J. N. Likens, H, tendent Shields gave the school a V. Royal, Select; A. B. Smith, McIIen-ry- . very nice lecture, Bye and Closing song: "Sweet The first day of the Institute was Bye." Benediction by Superintenspent in discussing quertions from dent, the query box, owing to the absence Among the several visitors present ol brethren to whom questions for was Miss Alice Kdmonds, of Beaver The discussion had beeii assigned. Dam. We extend a cordial invitation discission of the subjects propounded to persons visiting in the neighborin the queries elicited some very inhood to 'visit our school, and those teresting remarks from the brethren who wish to join us. A special invi present. tation is given to the parents of the On the morning of the second day I neighborhood to send their children the regular program was taken out to our Sunday school, up and the brethren present entered into the discussions with a heartiness rorMnl. I have for sate a lot ot fine Corn at and earnestness that has seldom char my farm one mile north of Hartford, acterized the efforts of this body. Our space forbids ts mentioning the ull on or address J. C. Riley. u, Better Cure THAN CONCEAL. A Fair Skin, FREE FROM PIMPLES, OILS i 1 Blotches, BASH, lmijMr..' THE WORLD'S FAIR Committee, who tested tho ricCormlck No. 4 Steel flower In tho only regular extoltlon field trial. In a heavy growth of timothy and clou-r- , bald, In their orttclal report ! The efficiency of tho machlno Is thus, under fair condition, nearly TO ier cent. Ordinary figures for ordinary mowers are at least twenty pound higher In total draft, with an efllciency of not aboo 00 per cent., which latter flguro good machines should le expected to exceed." TheMcCormtcktathe lightest draft, and moit effective grtkM cutter )ct produced. Highest Medal awarded. . f-- Or any other defect, originating In W IMPURE BLOOD Is fleoured by V In Sarsaparilla Othrt, Has Cured WIH AyCR'S Man f Persons wn U Curs Ysu MACHINE HoComlck Binders, Reap! in Mowtn are built by Uia MoCORMICK HARVESTING CO., CHICAGO, w4 art far tato wharrnr ra!a er grati le grown. "ft tre lirkcn rvbulM il)p lyatom, aid dlgeitlou, remores ex Drown' Iron Bitters l.om ocrwork or household Ibegenuu) Z. BUTLER, A&T, FORDSVILLE. rcMufbilB.au4cunjiiaf.UrU. 2SC. , ' .'Aha ws f M5" r f XflVF "V ?t r; V v ?7r"7- - r. vtty '" rj(ii yT1 f- - s !1- - ft Ice for sale, at Stevens & lUadwick. PERSONAL.. Mr. W. J. Morgan has returned Irom Louisville. Mr. Fi Hamilton, Whitesville, was in town Tuesday. Mr. H. E. Bishop, Ccralvo, called to sec us Wednesday. few days Mr. R. T. Tweedle-spentin Owensboro this week. Miss Lula Walker and brother, R. D. Walker, are visiting in Owensboro. Misses Bessie and Lula Cox,Abble-villare the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ford. M. L. Heavrin, Dr. J. H. White and W. B. Taylor were in Louisville this week. Mr. J. Warren Baker and family, Beaver Dam, were the guests of Judge J. 1 Carson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. LeeSitumerman left Tuesday for Johnson City,Tenn , where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster and son, Master Nay, Beda, were in .Owensboro, the first of the week, the guests of Mrs. Bettie Saunders. Mr. John C. Barnard, who has been attending college for the past five months returned to his home Friday. Mr. Barnard has many friends in school and in town who will be sorry to give him up. a c, A fine line of caudles at Tracy & A WATERY GRAVE. THE REPEAL Of nil the laws in the land would not make you refuse a gift LimaHeansnt Stevens Soda water, nt Stevens h. & & Hard-wick'- s. Son's. The finest cheese you ever ate at Tracy & Son's. Repairs for the Oliver Chilled Plows at Tracy & Son's. Good rigs and buggies Call on C. L. Field. Good feed for Hard-wic- k' Mr. A. h White is having his Young Ab. Crabtree with Some Friends Goea Bath- ing and Sinks to Rise no More. The Body Found After Several Hours Search and Taken to His Home In viess County, Da- store pituted Newest styles in neckwear at Fair Bros. & Co. Cnkcsl Cakes? Tracy & Son's. in every fashion at hire. nished the city papers. Also that n copy be sent to the bereaved lamily as a tolccn that their son and brother will ever retain in our memory a spot that is tender and true. Done by order of the Adelphian Literary Society, May 16, 1894. A. M. Smith, Of a Little And the way in which Fair Bros. & Co. are showing people how they can save the odd dollar H. Pruden, John C. Barnard, Com. and polite attention given to customers at C. L. Field's. ice can make li & MONEY From Their For good, nice cleau rigs, call on Cnscbier & Burton. 20 yards Indigo calico for $1.00 & Co at Fair Bros. Best and prettiest Fans and parasols at Fair Bros. & Co. Bauaiinas, Oysters and Lemons, at Stevens & Ilaadwicks. Bring your wool, ginseng and feathers to Fair Bros & Co. For nuything in the grocery call on Stevens & Hardwick. line SAURIES Is equivalent to making such a gift. A dollar .saved is a dollar earned. The appiication of this rule in Washington K- - Freshest and best selected stock of millinery is at Fair Bros. & Co. your We will furnish the best of feed for hor.se at Casebier & Burton's. keep on Stevens & Hardwick hand all the time fresh meats, bacon, and lard. Vjsit Fair Bros. & Co. during Circuit Court. They are recognized headquarters. Cool yourself by getting a cold drink of milkshake or lemonade nt Would Make Tracy & Son's. Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Rice, Starch, Hominy and everything hi the grocery line at Tracy & Son's. Young man, if you want to enjoy life nnd nil of life's blessings, get your rigsliom Casebier & Burton. Messrs. Williams& Bell are having the front of their drug store handsomely painted. Mr. G. C. Westerfield doing the work. is SENATORS fc 4 And public servants more desirable guardians of the Nation's welfare. Eight here in Hartford we are giving pointers to those who should do more and law-maker- s, Never lefore have Fair Bros. & Co. had such a rush in their millinery department. They have the stock and get their hats up stylishly and cheap. Marringe license: J. K. Brown to Miss Minnie K. Ford, 15 P. Cliinn to Mrs. Sarah C. Mason, L V. Vandiver to Miss Polly A. Cotton. j :- - TALK LESS. Come in and see the immense bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, etc., at The game of base bill between the Horton and Taylor mines teams at Morton last fcauiruay resulted in a victory for Taylor mines, in a score of t 35 to 5. General programme for1 Commencement week: Monday evening, May 28 Musical Entertainment by class in charge of Miss Nail. Tuesday evening, May 29 Orations by class in charge of Prof, Foster. Wednesday evening, May 30 Annual Address to Literary Societies. Thursday evening, May 31 Oratorical Contest. Friday evening, June 1 Commencement. Tuesday afternoon, May 29 Entertainment by Primary Department in charge of Miss Coombes. Wednesday afternoon, May 30 Entertainment by Intermediate Department in charge of Miss Coleman. Thursday and Friday afternoon Orations by classinRhetoricin charge of Dr. Alexander. Written examinations during the week. Friends of the College and visitors arc invited to attend all these exercises. Hartford Collet HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, N fTAIf 8fjS.P(20., See Prop's. Cnr&on r.v Tint; taiii.i;. the Summer Shirts at $S frTj &Co. Just received more new Clothing at Cat b on & Co. Did you ecr see the new rockers at UT.ST. Carson & Po. ki'i'ixtivi; ahui. , 1894,4:25 p. HI. When you come to Court next week 11:48 n. m. visit Carson & Co. No. . Mail 11:25 p.m. No. 7, I.im. Kx. . . We are headquarters lor low prices. 4.35 P. m. No. 31, (Local) . . . Cakson & Co. I HAST. No. 6, Mail No. 8, I.1111. Hx No. 32, (Local) . 12:50 p. in. 312.su. in. 5:54 a. in. H. Mkkkick, Ag't, Heaver Dam. The Furniture room is full of Fur niture at Carson & Co. Come to Carson & Co for anything you need in General Merchandise. Get your meals at the Commercial Hotel. Mr, J. R. Herald propretor. Pay the highest market price for all kinds ol country Produce at Carson Puidav.Mav or w tint the l'rlro I, Kite .Waller who 18, 1894, the Maker It's tito BO&H THAT MAKES Till? &Co. Miss Sara Collins, the only Milliner lor Kentucky, is with Carson & Co. 38c. a sack, SHOE, n V? Buy Rough River Flour cost you or $ 2.90 per barrel. Our W, When you nrc purchasing a pair of $3.90 Flour is worth $4.25 at J. Ford & Co. A poor Shoes, examine the sole. sole will roon cause the 'upper" to The Commercial Hotel under the crack and rip. We 'are? showing a new management oi Mr. J. R. Herald shoe with an ALL LKATIIER sole, will be very popular. Stop there no paper imitation, and the fit and when in town. prices are correct. II you are about to Rev. R. P. McKiniey, of the Chrisinvest, call in and examine tian Church, will preach a series of Our $3 (all leather sole) SHOE. sermons at Clear Run, beginning on Ofcousc, we can supply you with the 25th of this month at 7 p. m, the old kjnd, but you will find an all Last Friday night an unknown leather sole wears louge&t. negro, who was working his way Ladies and Misses Oxford Tics from from Memphis to Louisville on the 75c to $1.75. I fell between Men's LowCutShocs from $1.85 C. O. & S. W. railroad, Height cars at Beaver Dam and I two to $2.25 he died in a Old Women's "Solid Comfort," $u was so badly hurt that you need I few hours. He came Irom Macon, Call and see us when Ga , where be requested that his bag- Footwear. We will save you money. gage be sent to his friends. 1 "s 1 Dr. J.R. Pirtle passed the examination last week before the Board of THE SHOIUST. Dentistry at Louisville, and acquitted himself with honor. He has spent A Itenl Curiosity and this !s quite a RovNewcomb was in Owensboro two years at school compliment to his ability as a denlast week and the Enquirer contained tist. His card will be found in anthe following account of him: ot Hartfotd. other column of this issue. Dr. Pirtle Roy Miller Ncwcomb, is outi ol the rising young men of his a teal curiosity is visiting friends in whose Irlends are pleased the city. The younp man is 18 years profession, up a 80 pounds and is 3 feet with his manly efforts to build of rge, weighs a inches high. He has double knee lUVtULlVC JJHV. joints, but notwithstanding this Elsewhere in these columns will be aflliction he is able to skip about like frMinA f liA nmfiMialnnftl card of Attor- a young colt. ney J, W. Lytic, of Owensboro. He was for several years connected with Avrry ByvrrsPosr, No, 195. Salem, will hold Iiartlora college as leacner ana v 0. A. R., in which positions he disDecoration Exercises at Rosine, May will be in attend played unusual energy and ability. 30. Good speakers ance. Everybody is invited to come Having chosen another field in which and are especially requested to bring to win a place in the world of business dinner. The ladies are invited to the kind wishes of his many friends bring a full supply of flowers. Profs. follow him and if close attention to Thomas and Steward will be in at- details coupled with untiring industry tendance with their classes ami will will achieve success, then Mr. Ly tie's success is already assured. furnish vocal music. I 1 SCHAPMIRE, Alexander UmIob flaatfajr Hekool. Sunday, May 13. Services conthe Commercial Hotel.and took charge ducted by Superintendent Foster and this morning. He is a very popular , opened by singing, "Down Where ' the Living Waters Flow." nntttlnnKiM 'ill ! .1 ni it rwnr 1 rt rti t. After reading a chapter and prayer and his success is already assured. You can always find something good to the classes took their regular places. eat at theCommercial. Two teachers and twenty scholars ab- - J sent. We acknowledge an invitation from in 'Israel Subject of lesson Preston Morton Post G. A. R. to atEgypt. tend Decoration Day services at Golden text "Our help Is in the Shinkle Chapel May 30. Quite a name of the Lord," lively interest is manifested in the Topic "God blesses Israel In bondmeeting both on the part of the Post age." and also on the part of the citizens Roily Riley is a new scholar in generally. The strewing of flowers Sister Foster's class. upon the graves ol those who have The little folks received an invitagiven their lives for their country tion from No Creek Sunday School to should not be done mciely as a duty meet with them Children's Day which but as a pleasure in which we honor will be the second Sunday in June at ourselves in honoring the dead. No Creek. The invitation was gladly accepted and a programme arranged Monrlr I'orler IJail ttrcnli, On last Friday evening Monde for that day, we wish to say to the Porter tried to commit rape on the members of that Sunday school that wife ol Mr. C. L. Taylor at Cromwell. we appreciate the invitation very It seems that Porter was working for highly. After singing we were dismissed. Mr. Taylor and they had been engaged on Friday evening in hauling We would be glad to have scholars some corn that had been delivered at of other Sunday Schools to visit us the wharf by the boat for Mr. Taylor end see how we are progressing. and didn't get done until some time early in the night. Mr. Taylor sent CENTKBTOWIV. Iorter on ahead, telling him that he Miss Minnie Maddox, whois teachwould come on as soon as he attended to some business at one of the stores. ing in the Point neighborhood, spent When Porter reached the house Mrs. Saturday and Sunday with her paTaylor had retired. He went to her rents near West Providence. Brother Jenkins preached an excelbed and tried to take undue liberties lent sermon at this place Sunday with her which she resisted and her screams frightened Porter away, but night. Misses Ada and Dee Brown, who he soon returned telling her that he if she told her husband are attending school at Hartford, spent would kill her and then went to his room and re- Saturday and Sunday with their patired. Mr. Taylor soon came in and rents. Miss Nina Rone, who has been Mrs, Taylor related what had happened to him, which it is supposed sick for some time, is, we are glad to Porter heard for he was gone when state, better at this writing. Miss Susie Bowman, of Hartford, Mr. Taylor went to his room. Mr. Taylor soon raised a posse of citizens spent Saturday and Sunday in town, and search for him was continued all Uie guest of Miss Blanche Greenwood. Miss Minnie Baird, of the Kinder-hoo- k night, without avail and at the time neighborhood, spent several ol going to press has not been heard from. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are high- days the later part of last week the ly respected people, and Porter had guest of friends in this vicinity. Mrs. John B. Wilson, of Hartford, borne a good name up to this occuris the guest of her brother,,Dr. H. L. rence. Mr. Taylor has offered $50 for the King, at this writing. Jfc Kt Miss Flora Walker. ofSouth Beavcapture of Porter. er Dam, and Miss Mattie Maddox, of County Nnndity ftrliool onteiiiIou the West Providence neighborhood, To be held at Rockport, Ky., on June are visiting in town, the guests of 8 and 9. First session to open at 2 Mrs. Will Roue. o'clock, p. m on the 8th, second Misses Ida Stroud and Sudie M. session at 7:30 p. in,, of same date, Anpcrson contemplate visiting in and last session from 8:30 to 11:15 a. Kinderhook Friday until from m.i on Saturday, the 9th. All Sun- Sunday will attend the and day schools Should appoint delegates exhibition which is to be given at to attend this gathering. Yours in Beda Friday and Saturday night. D. S. Duncan, the work. Ernie Morton, who is attending County President S. S. Union. school at Hartford spent Sunday in parents. "I had rheumatism so I could hard- town, the guest of his at this place The Sunday school ly get to my work. I have taken six a flourishing condition, with bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla with is in Brother Mac Ford as Superintendent benefit." Prince W. Carter, McIIenry, and Mr. Josiah Ross, Secretary. at Ky. mm More when it happens. .. m ft.10 Kcwnril. "A Passbr By." A reward of $50 will be given for the recapture and delivery to the E!eU Nallee. The Election Notices ind Poll Jailer of Ohio county, Ky , of Moncic Porter, who is charged with attempted Sheets for advertising and holding rape at Cromwell, Ohio county, Ky., elections of School Troitees, were mailed to the various districts of the May 11, 1894. Drsciuption: Porter is about ai county, the first of the week. The years old, about $ feet high, weighs officers of such elections areearnestly 140 pounds, dark hair, black eyes, requested to make accurate and early smooth shaven and stoop shouldered. returns in each case and thus avoid I Jo.uBrltooRBSf This May Ui 894- Resi'y, delay. Respy. County School Superintendent. 42tf C. L. Tai.or, Cromwell, Ky. J.R. Hcrald,of Cromwell, has rented 1 Milkshake and lemonade as cold as Mr. Ab. Crabtree, a student of it at Tracy & Son's. Hartford College, was drowned TuesWe are still selling the "Old Kenday evening in Rough River. tucky Tobacco" at Tracy & Son's. At about 5:30 p. m. Tuesday, Ab. be too late, but call early and a prominent and highly respected Don't get your pictures. Kennedy will student of Hartford College, in company with Messrs. Griffin and Miller, leave week after next. also students of the College, obtained Take your girl for a ride, and be a boat and rowed up the River from sure and take her in one of those new the bridge to a distance of a few hunbuggies at C. L. Field's. dred yards to hunt a bathing spot Miss Nettie Rogers, Beaver Dam, Before they arrived at the point prospent Monday night in town, the posed, young Crabtree desired to get guest of her brother, Jo B. Rogers, out of the boat and hold on behind, swim-inYou can be suited when you need and thus learn something about Messrs. Griffin and Miller reanything in line of carriages, buggies or harness by calling on C. L. Field. mained within the boat, and rowed slowly along, but it was not but a Well Known Here. short while until they missed Crabtree A Henderson paper has the followand they looked back and found him ing to say of that popular young struggling for help. They rowed to dentist, Dr. J. P. Williams: the spot as speedily as possible but "Dr. J. P. Williams, formerly of the young man was going down his Owensboro, Ky., has purchased an iuterest in the Henderson Dental last time before they could reach him. The hews was spread over town and Rooms, and from this on will be a a large crowd soon assembled and bepermanent fixture at one of the opgan a vigorous search, which was erating chairs. Dr. Williams comes highly recommended by the leading kept up until about 8 o'clock, when dentists of both Owensboro and Hen; the body was found, but too late for human skill to do any good. derson as a first-clas- s operator and a Ab. Crabtree was born in Daviess gentleman of high esteem in the dencounty, near Panther, in August, 1873, tal profession." living there at present, and Dr. Williams is well known here his father his mother having died within the and has many friends here, who will past year. He entered Hartford Colbe glad to tarn of his pleasant localege a few months ago, and by his tion and all wish him much success. manly bearing and noble traits of At. Johna flajr. character won a name second to none The Masonic Bodies of Louisville in the College. He was kind, pleashave arranged for an entertainment ant, true and a most genuine chrisat the Auditorium June 25, for the tian. The Faculcy and students of benefit of the Masonic Widows and the College were very much shocked Orphans Home.' The grand scenic by the death of this dear young man, and pyrotechnic spectacle, Americus, and Dr. Alexander made a grand will be given. One Thousand speech at the College on Wednesday Dollars in Gold will be distribmorning, in which he set forth his among those holders of many virtues. He could not say too uted tickets who guess nearest to the much in his praise. The remains temperature between June 24 and July were taken to the home of his father 4, both inclusive. The latgest presTuesday night. ent is $300 and the smallest is $10. At a meeting of the Adelphian LitThe tickets cost fifty cents each. Full erary Society, J. R. McAfee, U. C. descriptive circulars will be sent on Barnett, R. C. Jarnagin, J. H. Wood, application to the Masonic Widows J. L. Brown and T. J. Morton were and Ophans' Home, Louisville, Ky. appointed pall bearers. These toM. Shults, of gether with Prof, AilmlnMtralor Kale. the Faculty, and Silas Griffin, J. C. The undersigned will offer for sale Miller, Lee B. Mills and A. S. Benat public auction, at the late resi- nett, students of the College, accomdence of John C. Townsend, deceased, panied the body to its last resting on the 28th day of May 1894, the fol- place. belonging lowing personal property Another noble young man has gone to the estate of the said deceased: One to try the realities of the world bemowing machine, one sulky plow, yond; another place is vacant, but one sulky cultivator, two road wagons, all is mellowed by the thought that one yoke of oxen, two calves, one he rests well in the bosom oi the Sa"A" harrow, one hay rake, one corn viour, after a short but exemplary shelter, one oat cutter, one road voyage of lite. The father and other one cross-cu- t scraper, two relatives of the young man have our saw, one scythe and cradle, etc. , etc. deepest sympathy. Also a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Sale will begin at 10 R. B. & RESOLUTIONS, Terms: Purchases o'clock a. m. At a meeting of the R. C Society amounting to less than $5, cash; $5 of Hartford College, held on Wednesand over on nine month's time. Pur- day, May x6, 1894, the following prechaser will be required to give bond amble and resolutions were adopted: with approved security. Whereas, God in His mysterious This May 17, 1994. wisdom has taken from our midst J, S. R. Wedding, Admr. and from our school, our friend and Mr. A. B. Crabtree; and Conrf Xote. Litigation seems to be increasing whereas we, as a Society, deplore this in our county, as 60 suits have been sad and untimely visitation of God's filed in Circuit Court since the last providence; be it Resolved, That we bow in humble There are term less than 60 days. submission to Him who hath said 2 equity and 33 ordinary appearances for this term, which commences next 'Bc still and know that I am God." Resolved, That to the aged and Monday. grief stricken father and his lamily, N. R. Sledge & Co., of Lula, Mbs., Tuesday filed a petition against Hen- we extend ourtenderest sympathy ry Dunkort, the Horse Branch stave and pray God to be a staff to their man, sued out an attachment and had decliniug days. Resolved, That to our distressed it levied on the stave machine at Horse Branch to satisfy their debt of President, Dr, Alexander, we offer our tenderest of solicitude and good $237,80 and cost. Only two divorce suilr since last cheer. . Resolved, That to the members of term: Vitula Parks vs. Vade Parks, the Adelphian Society we extend our M. K. Rains. V. G. Rains vs. Out of the 32 indictments returned our profound sympathy in the loss last Court, 21 of the defendants' have they sustain in the tragic death of been served with process, the crimi- one of their most excellent members. Resolved, That a copy of these resonal docket, therefore, will consume the greater part of this term of two lutions be sent his sorrowing family, a copy be spread upon the minutes weeks. of the Society, a copy published in HERBERT. each of our county papers. By order Rev. B. F.Jenkins filled his regular ot the R. B. C. Society. appointment here Sunday. Georgia Hudson, ) disseem somewhat Farmers Mabelle Hubbard, iCom. couraged over recent rains, it has Ada Brown, damaged their crops to a great extent. resolutions op respect. Mr. J. S. Miller, of Owensboro, is Whereas, In the course of events, visiting his mother, Mrs. M. S. the vital spark of Humanity fcas sucMiller. Miss Mattie Luck is convalescent. cumbed to a greater power. And we, Miss Ora Haynes is visiting Mrs. the Adelphian Literary Society of Ben Storms, Falls of Rough, this Hartford College, have been deprived of our well beloved brother, A. B. week. Mrs. William Holland and family, Crabtree, who departed this life Tuesof Whitesville, visited Mrs. M. S. day, May 15, when his life, as the" year, was just opening into its Miller Saturday and Sunday Rev. J. A. Bruner will preach here grand useful summer. Whereas, The Adelphian Literary at n o'clock the fourth Sunday. Miss Mabel Miller called on the Society recognizes his worthy individuality, his integrity, hiscourtesy and Miss Chambers Monday. Miss Annie Winkler, of Owens his evei readiness as a true Adelphian, Therefore be it boro, is visiting the Misses Clarks. Resolved, That in the death of our Miss Lula Lloyd has gone to the Medical Springs in Indiana for her brother the Society has lost a member possessed of inflexible honesty and health. and wife, of Lewis-por- t, true gentility. Realizing that we Mr. Ed Lyons visited Mrs, Lyons Saturday must pass beyond the realms of mystery and as it is the will of an All and Sunday. with success to Tub Worthy Power that our dear brother Will close shall be no longer with us, be it EltLAH, REPUBLICAN. Resolved, That we yield ia tenderWitt's Sarsaparilla is prepared est submission. And we extend to the for cleansing the blood from impuri- bereaved family and to al who are ties and disease. It does this and near and dear to him our tenderest more. It builds up and strengthens sympathy ia their sorrows, Aad we constitutions impaired by disease It assure them of our earnest frith, that recommends itself. L. B, Bean his existence henceforth is of sweetest peacefulneM. Neuralgic rerton Resolved, That a copy of these reso nd tboM troutt4 with prfoui rmQgm r overwork Will D IfWIW 7 " lutions be spread upon the minutes of . ' MTWrwnm Mrvm iuama ummm jFq 1 f society, and that a copy be fur twi HI KM Wt UV crunii iw ttmwm wm w g. Tk Bight Mum In the Rig-fi- t PMc. If there is one thing in man we admire above all else, 'tis to see him respect his business or profession, and ever ready to do it honorable service and give it an adequateconsideration. Such a man you And in that prince of gentlemen, Dr. A. L. Butt, of Owensboro. We strolled into his office a few days ago, and there found the handsomest and most attractive and best equipped suite of office rooms in this part of the State. The Doctor is devoted to his profession and gives it that attention necessary to keep abreast with its progress. He is what we call a "Specialist," giving all his time and talent to the treatment oi We the ear, eye, throat and nose. must acknowledge our surprise at finding an office so well equipped for this work so close to us or short of a large city. The, Doctor is a straightforward member of the medical fraternity, and also a member of the local and National medical associations and always makes it a point to be in . attendance at their meetings. His permanent success in his new home b already assured, and to say that he will get a good work from this county is but natural, as we have long felt the need oi such a man in this part of the State. "The right man in the right place" is the way to put it. Remember that C. R. Martin, the old reliable jeweler, is always ready to sell you watches, clocks, jewelry and spectacles at the lowest cash prices. He is prepared to do all kinds of jewelry and spectacle repairing at short notice. m j Qmnhi hat A great day. From early morn she chased the Buck and at dark brouyht him to bay la the pres m CaL a But in the ehaee she ran a quite through her paw. It hae thora fceea extracted. Abottleof Dr.Fenner Ooldea Relief hae beea poured into a howl, aad her pew dipped In It, so that every pert of the wound is eeturated aad Drought under ite influence. There wlU never he any eoreneae no swelling Bomatteratlag bo "layinf up." She eea rma afam Is such a rceacey worth anything? It euree jeet ae readily any fr$$K Mound, any cut, brulee. bura, scald or old sore. Inter-aaU- y it cures any colic, dyspepsia, palm la stomach, disrrhodej dysenlery or flux. Also it cures promptly any sorethroet, bronchitis or consumption (If lungs not already disorganized.) Ia a word It cures ajtt awuLHUXnov anytehtr aad the disease, whatever its name, vanishes. No inflammation no pain, no swelling, ao disease. Gould anything be more simple or satisfactory? Miners, mill heads aad everybody need it If satisfaction not given, money refunded. Contains me narcotics or mineral pole oas. Safe and certain. Never disap-polat-s. Take a bottle home to-da- n (vnJ ence ox wanua-ter- s. log-chai- QUARTERLY REPORT OV XHK BANK OP HARTFORD AttheoloMof Business on the 23d day of Decern ber,1893. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors . $68,304.80 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 406.00 Loans to Officers 400.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35- Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 Due from St'e Bks& Bk'rs 483.28 Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 Stocks and Bonds . . . 1,341.67, Specie 2,718.78 Currency 2,260.00 Exchanges fof Clearings . 2,145.59 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 i ... Furniture and Fixtures . Taxes paid . Current expenses . . Other assets, debts in suit 1,000.00 1,088.50 698.54 M597 93.7oi.77 LIABILITIES. Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Undivided profits . . . . 7,418.97 Deposits 8ubjectocheck(on which in. isvaot paid . 56,069.79 Due National Banks . . . 81.63 Due State banks and ban'rs 131.38 93.7J.77 Kentucky, ) S3 County op Ohio, j Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of Hartford, Ky., a Bank located and doing business in the town of Hartford, 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 De- Stats op i & cember, 1893. G.B.Likbns, C.O.C.C. Sam K. Cox, President, J. J. McHknry, Director, " JoiinC. Thomas, j. s. coleman, " 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 ccemmends itself. L. B. Bean. le A good second hand cart. rrltaU. Call at this office or address theRRPUBMCAN l r. Get our prices on g Job Wok before go-ip- elsewhere 1 j&aailfc, J !!&; c t$0BM & " ii-- TSS jm&mmfnmmmmtmimmwiamimmmmmmammmmmtii www- TwiphiiVlpiWlWwiniiMJhwwiiwwwP'ii '' - nn T im if, w iw w jwaswi j rTm. Vim "" l"Jr3BMMBPilBPye'a , t; i . .., i.,.inr3iynff.i. ...f.i- - -- . - W"1.. - .1 '" ''r.-- '" -' .. ""'"' - ii HIMI . """Vni '' JT Jiii . ii ' ii f !. - - li.-- i hi i -- - r...-- - ..1V. g f' r1 rBi ft lfc l', If circles. (0) Ihsuc certificates through A COLLIER POET. jiW the County Superintendents, ns indicated above. y of Tho WondoriYtl 1'kiday, May, 18. 1894. 2. County Hoard of Examiners Josoph Sklpsoy. need a powerful nourishment in food when nursing e Local Managers:, (a) Who shall organ-hCANADIAN INTERESTS. local reading circles. () Who in llou One of Kiiitlttml'ii lies t Vrmo Writer babies or they arc apt lo suffer from Emaciation. Horn to III Km 11)1 p l'.iltloii Ifio NtrrIly I r Irotcrlho IHitlr 1 Ap making up their programmes for the Strcihcr TliKti III. K'trl pnclattil by Our Nrlulitiors. meetings of the county teachers' Diiilrmitucnt. Thu Canadian pns of March 28, association, can insure State-wid- e dis18UI, f,'ivs (lu hiKTcli of tlio miuistiT In nil the unnuls of literary histopics by drawing II iiflhmiitu lit Ottawa thu day previous cussion of important IW upou the reading circle department of tory then can seurcoly lmvo boon YJ10 following itiu I'MractH: 'Now, ir, I hinubceii frank to ad- the official educational paper for at recorded u life story more unusual, of Cod-liv- e (!1, with hypophosphites of lime and mit that in thu initial Hta'H of n pro- least one subject each time, (c) Keep and ut first view more nearly incredREPUTATION soda, nourishes mothers speedily back to health and ible, than that of Joseph Sklpsoy, tective policy thu prices of goods manuwho under it were enhanced, but I accurate records of members factured the collier poet. It is well worthy makes their babies fat and chubby. Physicians the am hero to fctato another fact, and that read, and of those who complete the the consideration und tho emulation tho course, (n) Issue certificates as diworld over, endorse it. is that jnt as capital invents itself a of those to whom fato has boon vKLT industrial establishments multiply ns rected by the State Hoard of Examikinder. lie was born ut North they become diversified and distributed Shields in the 'Black Country' tinoughout tho country, tho power of ners. as that part of England is called in internal competition comes iu to tako in. coursk or studv. aro novor healthy vhon thin. Thoy ought to bo fat. March, 18IJ2. His father was shot a tho placo of external competition 1. One professional book. INVALUABLE IN IITCHEN & LAUNDRY. IT dead iu some mining Hot when tho competition in many cases more keen Babies cry lor SCOTT'S EMULSION. It Is palatable 2. One book on general literature. and destructive than tho foreign compefuture poet was only four months and easy lo asshnllate. 3. The official State Educational tition, owimr to equal conditions of pro old. He was the youngest of eight Prepared by Scott & Downe, N. Y. Druggists tell it duction and carriage and distribution paper. chlldrcu, und the widowed mother IV, CftKDITS. in tho country." i was hard pressed to keep her little This is tho deliberative opinion of i. In 1895 the Examination ques- ohes fed and clothed. Joseph was ST. LOUIS. ', tho Canadian government today, and and Art of Teach- only seven years old when ho was tho now tariff now being formulated is tions on the Science ' ing will be based on the professional sent to work iu tho coal pits of tho being planned on these linen. Percy Main, near North Shields, and If Mr. Paster's words could bo used book read in 1894-5- . as a club, they would bo an admirable 2. The State Board, in the exerer- - from that time until ho was past Shnri Tho i weapon to uhi on tho WiNon bill. Mr. .fe. for ihe lAask Moncv ni accorded to them' fifty almost all his life was spent in Foster is not a Republican, or n Demo- else of a discretion tho dark world under ground. crat, or a Populist. He is a Canadian by lax, will allow applicants for State j As a little boy his business was to legislating for his own country and and County Certificates to elect nine stand beside n wide door, open it Will htates his deliberato opinion as to a out of each ten questions on every when he heard the rumble of an apof 6ENTLEMEN. tariff. Ho docs not flHd that a branch and receive full credit (to per proaching cart of coals, and close it tariff is a tax on tho consumer, except ftgain when tho cart had passed perhaps at tho very first. Ho tinds that cent,) on the one omitted by prefer8R, 34 and $3.60 Dross local capital, local enterprisers o plenty ence. through. 83.00 Police Shoo, 3 toles, i and ho keen that tho price is very toon "Standing there in the dark," ho 3. The examiners will endorse on $2.0O9 82 for Worklngmsn. cut down to net cot. said, in telling his story to a friend, a. i Ho continues: "I will 8tato further each certificate whatever professional v vr. Bu and $1.70 for Boys. "I saw things wonderful and strange. what cannot bo denied that, in tho his- credit the holder is entitled to by reas 2 wv - l LADIES AND MISSES, jtT.r'irtory of tho national party here, in tho on of his connection with the citcle Sometimes I seemed to see a great 'sii nrhi mmf i .k. iraik. rExcefsldr Church and School Furnishing Company. C7 JKV. ,HK.SWi?W iiir-' ball of light, like u gigantic ea. and r history of protection in tho United and his standing therein. Wi1 'S $3, $2.50 82, $.7S j ns I watched it it seemed to open, States, iu Germany and in other counCAUTIONIf noy dmttr 4. The State Examiners will give and I saw shapes with amvoles round . ofTTi you W. L. jDoiirUa tries that fact is one of thu most potent . hoc nt m rrluctl tfrl.c iu tho leeords of tho results of much a a Certificate of Special Merit to those their heads." t myhahmiiru wllk fjftlnw winB MSMa-iVpolicy that, although there is at first a who arc reported by the count' man -1 oul (ho it n rim t ini.nl It was by means of this door which Im. on " ? r .UtfX 1 th hntfum, put hlw --ri!IIE7 s. r.iitiug of prices, they tend to como agers as having done very mertous he guarded that Skipsey taught himm&Ir.r. rf. 2', . mtirmMShrriTii'i .?w uown lunrniDa down by tho multiplication of tho inself to read, for he had only learned dustries and thu competition which re- work; provided they submit an elabo- .not his letters when ho was sent to tho producers tell rate outline of each book read sults therefrom until tho simply at tho cot of manufacturing, less than six pages of legal cap and mine. Candle ends were priceless treasplus a liiuro living profit." give ten choice selections from each W. L. DOUGLAS HIiuim arc shtUti. cay fittlriff, ntul give better f4S0iitJ.WUi '1"'U ures to him. He used them to light Why could not Mr. Voorhees havo fatfM.tctlon at llie jirkc;u!iTtUcd than ntiy o'ther make. Try one pair ami be con I'.ft-J-fl - rv U...JC 4 l" l.l" l' book, not more than two of which his darkness while ho '..?. J w. n J., l)nu"l.1s, n.une and prkc on tlic hottnm, which lncci1. Tho fttaiiipltiK of .' a ni .1&sallei !&)&.!.A&-ryftaken a few lesonsin political economy traced on his jc&i imr.n t '$ H are from the same chapter. ,itu iiimihnm.4 m uoiiarit nniuiniiy lo Hioc who vcar them. . U'iarunin-- iuurniuL-before ho opened tho defense of the WH-fiot: i door copies of any placards or adJXalert Mhopiult the talc of V. I.. Douta Shoe ;.iln culomcr, which help to Ia233 "&T i&S&Btej free trado bill iu tho senate? isu3 -- . 5. At the conclusion of the first vertisements he could pick up, thus llItr..Tt-- IIIC rilllR ' imwii ii.ii iiitu inliVi;uiriM, llify n nn.inl to .ill nt u lr. pmflt, Hut Mr. Voorhees made much of what course of reading, Fifty Dollar's worth I n lilf.ll Villi t'Mll .IU tlllllT llllflli K ii wimp f..Mt4rr i.f the ilraUr (KCi teaching himself to form letters into he was pleaded to term highway robbers ka lidinv. C'a'nlutfiiu f.co ut.oii npiillrHtloii, rvrwiB tr n rrra of choice books for theTeacher's Librawords until he hatf learned to read coming to Washington to demand hear itninn'"P. RENFROW. Sulphur Spring89lKy. ecHoaAJ? .'aiu J MitD l turi L3v ry will be given to the county show and write. ings and protection for their several inwf.i.'w rrvim nmrrm .r Hefore he was cloven years old he " terests. Mr. Voorhees saw corruption, ing the largest per cent of Teachers : 5iLMaMral3L fruniyjiiqif afiEmu Willi uTThad formed a serious resolution to ciimo and nearly every other disaster iu who have completed the course. Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. B. J. C. BROOKE, Pres. and Gen'l JSIgr, thou remonstrances. Let us see what commit the whole Bible to memory As published heretofore, neither adMr. Fotf r says on this point: and he could probably, even now, re"But, sir, a crowning objection that mission fee nor periodical dues will be peat moro chapters of Holy Writ OFKICK OF srrKIUSTKNDKNT") honorable gentleman opposite takes to necessary the only expenditure bethan any other peon alive. -- TO SKK TIIK- thu national patty is that it is an OV PUBLIC INSTUrCTIOX, ing the small amount requited for the lie printed a few of his lyrics iu of gieed and selfish cupidity o" Frankfort, Ivy., .Jan. 17, ISIM. ) purchase of books and professional lS.V.), and in consequence of tho inthu part of tho few :i desire among terest they excited he was made sub- Excelsior School Desk Co.. t hiehuutti, 0 somo to rob and acquieseenco iu tho journals. great majority iu being robbed until librarian of a literary society at GKNTLKMKN: Ilavini: exumineil with gurtiecuro the Maps, Churl?, County Examining Boards are reNewoastlo-on-Tyntho process is legalized, and then it beBut the salary Glohcs anil Htackboard Material which you propose to oiler to tho Hihooh ol quested to record, as soon as practicacomes, us my honorable friend says, was pitifully small, and after a brief ble, the names and aedresses of those 'legalized robbery.' " thu State under the law requiring Mich illustrative apparatus, I can reenm-tnem- l experience he returned to hN underYes mo havo indeed heard thoso Teachers who will take the iniative ground world, where he could earn them as being of good material, good workmanship, and suitable ior words from tho lips of Democratic orain the work. Their prompt and earn- six or seven dollars a week, on tors, lo, thee many years. They havo est is respectfully solicwhich he managed to keep his family the use of our teachers. Your plan to cll them in combination, and thus, shouted themselves hoaiso and red in in what v miner considers reasonable as you assure me, very materially reduce the price of the whole, is to be tho faco and into apoplexy, Into mental ited. The importance of an educaand physical hysterics and bewailed tho tional movement of this kind need comfort. commended, and especially po as your outfit is made to cover substantially utter 1 uiu of a willful and pervcrso peoIn 1SS2 he onco more left the not be insisted upon. It will The our whole tchool course as laid ch.wn in See. 'Jl of the School Law. ple in persisting iu getting more and commend itself to all who reflect. That mines and was soon after invited to moro piospcrous each year under sovilo edit Walter Scott's series of "Canclasses you have arranged, from which trustees may chooe, at npccific 11 system. L't us see how tho prime min- we maybe advised as to whatstrength terbury Poets," and the first six of iour ister of Canada will approach buch a it will command for a beginning, and prices ranging from 23 to 3 53 for a complete oultit, i a great point iu the series came out under hU supertopic. Ho goc-oas follows: whether we would be justifiable in vision and with admirable prefatory your favor. "Tho very force and vehemence of an asking any lavors in the prices eMiys from his pen. assertion liko that disprove, it." of books and papers, the names HI health compelled him to resign Could he, the honorablo gentleman, as they say it in Canada, know how of those who will become members this congenial work. Then for a much noise any orator tho Tall Sycamore time he was curator of Shakes-pearc'- s should bereportedatonce tothisofilcc. of tho AVabah would put into his speech birthplace, till his wife's illis a The course of reading will be anwithin a week from tho timo ho mado nounced in a short time. The Circle ness obliged him to resign that poso pointed a remark? sition also. But he lias always found C. Dut ho does not stop there. Ho goes ought to have such strength of memof on. Ho clinches his statement in a way bership and bein such order as to begin something to do, and no diilieulties have conquered his resolute and that must fccem brutal. It is certainly J work immediately after the examina buoyant spirit. heartless. "This," ho adds "is a free tions of June 1 and 2. country, tho men of Canada aro an inFancy a life of which nearly fifty He will save you MONKV ,y Hiiying from HIM. Will telligent people, and they mako their Respectfully, T. years have been passed underIS.-Srepresentatives understand what they ground, and yet out of which has Ed Poirrnu Thompson. b you ii Uuggy, Hiinic.-H- , Lap Duster und Whip from $00.00 want. " Ho does not seem to got a night-iiiar- u come the evolution of a poet! NothFor State Board of Examiners. because in such a freo country ing could be more touching than bis Ui to t".r).00. The Davig Carriage Company lias the reputapeoplo know what they want and love to say so. Ho recognizes evidently that Moral .Mm nr i:suiitial toUoott I.iihn own simple story of his boyish days tion of building tho host Huggy for tho money of any Factory The following clipped from the and of the visions with which lie tho Miprcmo right of petition, of memorial and remonstrance, by those whoso Frankfort Roundabout is .1 just re- peopled his darkness. Sunday was in Cincinnati. INCORPORATED.) interests aro affected so that bythesoin-heien- t buke to Breckinridge and his follow- literally sun day to him, for it was nnrt Shorthand Tho creat prart BuMncf Train nrf constitutional rights thoo whoso ers: tho only day on which be ever saw Collogus. They ' ftj i oit ? Imimh tin miitp-- h, CataloKuoXn'o. lives and financial inteiests are at stako Knos Hpeni'ur, 1 v 't, .1. Jf, Hnh, So'y. AriiltoM ispnneorlaii Collcffo at the sun. "A portion of the Democracy of can bo hoard. Senator Voorhees thinks Louisville, uy,. Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansville, IncL He has published in all some live it iauk corruption stalking shamelessly this district propose to foist upon the or six volumes of verse and has now vartTfffirTi'rn"iiiri'rvBrTrw through tho corridors of tho capital. Ho party a man who, after a fairtrial.has a recognized position among Engshould havo clucd tho doors to tho dep- been proven to be a hypocrite, a liar lish poets. Kossetti said of him: utations of woiking women who recentpieces aro more susly hud tho audacity to como herotourgo and a libeitiue, and then ask the par- "His real-lif- e J& 'm ;i i.c tt.it's tv tho defeat of tho AViKou bill. They ty to license him to come into other tained and decided than almost anyGO, OOO COPIt"! SOI U in LUJ. should not havo U en allowed to go about homes and carry on his schemes of thing I know. lie is a pect of the TMHKE MONTHS , ' -- 4 li.it ifcnic I n C.i 7C0 joges, over U) iMustrfltioin thu eapitol menacing liberties and Dema:. &vk L.CT)vtxiy want it debauchery, by electing him to the people and bus lived what ho deocratic doctiincs. " YOU CAM MAKE MOKE KGH Y tO t a highest position within the district. scribes. AND Skipsey himself would not speak "Samanlha" than Iu Ai.y Lti.c. V JIN IWi oimncmlutlnii. Will the party do this? If so, the of his life as sad, for it has had tho pMrt Somo question had arisen as to tho nt nrr II AGENTS WAHTED. i r-j K Khi cku rs ' political belief of an applicant for a sooner the Democratic party is dead, glamour of imagination, tho exciteKVv ?VmJl( RS) damned and destroyed, the better. ' phuo iu a Democratic town. like hot cal.es look mci Cecil nrdcr-- il'il ment of aspiration and endeavor. V morning" uVcn ip U) " V'AftA I 3 ' ,sijlj "Is this man a Demount?" inquired "We are told by the adherents of He bus won friends among tho best &W V y. The Utt cells Itself Ifcrrt:eTis:i:. iVl Pnr tho purveyor of positions by mail or throush aprnts, Cloth. 5.T--; Jia'f yff Wlli Breckinridge that evidence against und the noblest and ho has proved I ' T,j1lpV Rusla,fl00 Handsome prorr.Mtusn.nl null.t H "You bet ho is," replied tho applit. . foragents Half a million coj if.tstirtiub4 A ; him was not reputable. But putting than a man is stronger than his enC.ood lti u Kold. Will tell all this ear fl cant's backer. lil )0!f TIT JftnWAT ncentt cam t'J) to sum per wttk. tt IllU ttl aside that of Mrs. Blackburn, Maj. vironment, more powerful than what 'How do 011 know?" PLAISANCX. onco for tenni to anents. "Ho fought four years against tho Moore and other reputable witnesses, wo foolishly call his destiny. THE N. Q. HAMILTON PUBLISHING CO.. 505 AnCADE. CLtIVLUNJ, O. Youth's Companion. Union, that's how. Give him the job. " the testimeny of Miss Pollard was And it was so ordered. .d---a-DnLMeasuring tho Wall of China. corroborated iu every material statece. 'Ilicy Want .Niimk'n. WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 lliu True Doctrine. ment and Mr, Breckinridge's own Tho grout wall of Cliina was reThe Russell Art Publishing Co.. Kvtry dollar sent across tho sea to evidence was the most damaging to cently measured by Mr. UntJtauk, GALLON e of 2S9 Arch Street, Philadelphia purchase tho product of foreign o fie red in the case. an American engineer enaed ou articles takes fiom our own his cause of any the names and address of a few tho hurvtiy for a Chinoso railway. peoplo tho possibility of giving steady He confesses, "I am a liar, a hypopeople in every town who are interemployment to those who throng our crite and a libertine," and his learned His measurement tfuvo tho height 18 ested in works of art, and to secuie shores or patiently wait for a day's emcounsel makes no defense other tlia.it feot. Every few hundred yards there them they ofTer to send free, "Cupid For the finest and Most Artittic Work, ployment. is a tower 23 feet high. The foundathe assertion that all men are liars, tion of the wall is of &olid granite. Guides the Boat," a superbly execut- any size or style. Frcdnica Stn Wtteeen Tho maikcts of tho world, of which ' Hartford, Kentucky fm37 And this For 1,300 miles tho wall goes over ed water color pictute, sue 10x13 Xrdrtufl4fh. so many glowing pictmes havo been hypocrites and libertines. n painted by free traders of tho United is the man whom we are asked to plains and mountains, every foot of inches, suitable for framing, and States aro us nothing when compared support, because, forsooth, his name the foundation beingof solid granite, other pictures about same size, to tho homo market our producing milis Breckinridge. He has disgraced and tho rest of tho structure of solid in colors, to any one sending them at lions find for all of nature's stores. More masonry. In some places the wall is once the names' and wldress of ten disthan 0,000.000,000 worth of goods, that time honored name, he has tho product of our own country, find a graced his district, his family and built smooth up against the bank, or persons (admirers of fine pictures) stamps to t with six ready salo In our own markets. This is himself, and yet his followers tell us crosses a precipice whore there is a m cover expense of mailing, etc. The tannin larger than all tho foreign trado of tho it is lieason to party it we retuse to sheer descent of 1,000 feet. yanii uv UilLLU "'i. regular price of these pictures is $ world. Then why should wo exchange support him, secured iicc by but .they can all be tills safe, sure, excellent place of findany person forwarding the names and ing talo for all wo produce for tho "In jolitics we are a Democrat, in stamps promptly. 0110 that no Democrat has ever religion a and such conbten able to lovato or find? Notk The editor of this paper has duct on the part of our public men already received copies of above pict-uie- s m don't agree with either our politics or and considers them really'Oems A 'Iciu'Imts Male JtriulliiK Circle, ol Art." 40.lt The plan upon which it is proposed our religion. We arc proud of our State, our district and our people, and The to organize and conduct a State ReadLeading ARK PENNYROYAL PILLS ing Circle, which was alluded to in n will in no wise aid the movement to the celebrated Femajo Kegulutor, recent number of this paper, is as foist this arch hypocrite upon them. arc perfectly uifo and always relia Pictures la Every Style and Siie. Togcthcrwith other Christian gentlefollows: For all Irrcgularites, painful hie. men we will rally to the standard of IF"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged Mcnstruntinms they Suppre&iiourf( 1. oji;crs. W. C. Owens and send W.C.lMJreck-c- n never fail to ailord a Bpcdy and cer1. To promote the professional and A SPECIALTY. tain relief NO KXi'EUIMKXTvlut ridge to keep company with his literary culture of teachers and friends 108J Main Street. a scientific and positiverejief,adopted friend, P. B. Thompson, who, like B7m6 of education. 0WENSB0R0, KY only after years of experience. All establish 2. To and maintain himself, does not believe Jn truthfulnrderd sunnlicd direct from our oN stronger bonds of fraterualism, by ness of truth, virtue of women or fico. Price per package, 81.00, or the systematic study of subjects of manliness of men. If we can't put a six packages for So.OO, by mull postworthy man in Congress then let's common interest. paid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR ANTEED. Particulars (cealed) 4c. stand aside and let the Republicans MANAdlJMiiNT, II. strictly ConfiAll Corrcrfpomieiieo i. The State Boaid of Examiners: und "Pops" try their hands." dential. PARK REMEDY CO. We are manufacturers of Bugglea, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with (a) Who shall adopt the course of Buu.ikh'us. Boston, Mup. : reading. (11) Arrange for such edihe consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to midulo men. Our prices are reas torial work on oaclt book ns to secure A'otU'o Tn Vny vr9 De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. The tax payers of the town of more thorough reading and belter for cleansing the blood from impuri CUBES H0TH1NQ BUT PILES, notified that any ami all Uurtfoulnrc understanding of books read, (c) An ties and disease. It does this and CERTAIN OURK parties paying their school tax for nounce to county managers the course builds up and strengthens A tURK and yars of reading, what creditH and certifi-citi- s more. It Mthe 1I8T 1894, on or before June xt will be alknown for IS constitutions impaired by disease It RKMKDY FOR PILES.torn. lowed a discount ol 3 per cent. Pay will be allowed by the State DeOweiuboro, Kv Capt. 8. K. Cox, Treasurer, nt Jlank. Twutt T WCMAEHO MIMCOT CO.. it. partment and suggest plans for local recommends itself, L. B. Beau Hartford Republican Llfo-Stor- Mothers i " wwi ' - muf - I W B 1 m B HowlingSuccess. FAIRBANKS r" Scott's Emulsion Will Babies PL CLAIRETTE SOAP ;ouu;ess to its own MERITS. Owes its ano It is pure, unadulterate&andfor RAPID Cleansing Power has noequal. IS Sold by NKFAIRBANK&COnt all Grocers. - I I EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO. oisrii"oiisrrr-A.T7- I o lion. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superintho Suite, tendent of Public Instruction has the following' to say in regard to the v iX iii jm-- W. L. DOUGLAS thos 53 SHOE van V.B NSk goods of this Company: M k ir. If 'ra.,va (ji.iu-w.u. & :- Mil Ml Fmknfir $ ln.. t iJ! - viw.. u 13'Mil r m !. 'l v' 'i 13&& W 1 l.?lystmttti& mu Como to Hartford rff-spil- ii These Goods arc perfectly reliable mid the Company man. represented by Apply to home SPRING OPENING OF s L. Field's car buggies just from the W. K. 8A3&S&8, XiQcalAg'tt H.A.EiTJF'OJFS.lD, Davis Carriage Company. PFlIff B BAN Hon's-Kfrplu- OOLLISES v So come and judge for yourself. SAMANTHA at the WORLD'S FAIR. . KTEW yORK 'rmk .r- tJ WEi KL7 TRIBUNE "Thlm-onenani- e . T,T ;-- f. ONE YEAR I3TL $1.25 de-sir- manu-faetuu- d C.Theo-Cain- , Ad dress all orders to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, mx-tee- Hei-e'- s ?ijiaai:ia:l.a.fiS --m two-cen- W$MMMMMMM$i ji'umuiumuiu r, kfk I JtsitUr, Fkotograpk. p Hi &m&Sm table!spn c BUCKEYELlLE OINTMENT: Yon Will Mls.&.F. A. AMES & CO. - f . :'. Vi