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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894061501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' ;' sssjftaaci i&JllHEmB a2dLtJEibi- ' ""I!." J BJ' J g?" fO nn; iiv:imwu Oil iimi.m THE REPUBLICAN AKUVKHV KUASONAHUt AND CIRCULATION IS VERY M LARGE. The Haeteord OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE UlDTTDT .mi i 1 1 1 1 1 tn tl ill A. i? i HAVE YOU PAID YOPR SUBSCRIFTIOH? Will show how you stand with The Republican. Pay up and one year In Advance and we will send you Tho Louisville JL1 THIS TAG f v WE DO JOB WORK 01' ESiroiry VOL. VI. FASH IN 1HE FOOfilB COKQESSIO&L DISTRICT. "$ A'. gS.lQL3L. Weekly Commercial one year free, subscribe at once. HAllTEOHD, KY.FItIDAY, JUNE 15, 1894. (jr.TTYNIIMUi. PKSSSVI.VANIA 1HIT J NO. 46. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. IVORY I Conic nil yc gallant sous ofMnrs That lovcthc dear old btiipes ami 'Wwy '""S V"" a'- 60AP FOR CLOTHES. THC PROCTER ' ft M lis - The veteran hosts ol "lluhby Leo, lr. all their boasted chivalry Came up to Gettysburg. A hundred thousand men in gray, Willi armor bright and banner! gay, All eager lor the dreadful hay, Had given their plighted word. That man bhould never more Ik-- free, l he sacred cause of liberty Should betid its knee to slavery That day at Gettysburg. With Keyuolds' valient boys in blue, Those scarred heroes.triedauri true, The signal guns had heard, Right shouldershift!" away they go, That Swinging' 5teJ was never slow, foe And soon they metthegray-gnrber- i On the field ol Gettysburg. Full brightly lose the morning sun, O'er polished blade and gleaming And poured its golden Hood among Long lines ol Hlitcnnd Gray. There many a gallant coiiundc stood, To stem the tide ol treason's Hood; In freedom's cause poured out his blood At Gettysburg, that day. Proud Liberty lehcld with fear, And pity turned a wanton ear; The angel Mercy dropped a tear-- To see thai proud array Of marshals' hosts in angry mood; Urothers battling brothers stood Prepared to Mied each others blood At Gettysburg, that day. What hand can trace, what mortal pen Describe the charge ol Iwgstreet's men, His Louisiana Tigers" when Uh Inst command they heard? Like snowflakes in the summer's sun With battered plumes and broken They dud Hko heroes, one by one That ria , at Gettysburg. There stood the Pennsylvania boy; The battle gleam was" in his eye, His hcait was true, his oder dry Our gallant, brave reserve. With Kicktlt's roar of grarw and shell. They would have stormed the gates Hut The saddest ou have heard, It was in July MXty-thre- I will stars; telateti talc of war, gallant Meade, and Hancock, tov. I' ft OAMDL& CO Cltm. g". - 4 89 I OIITAJN A PATFKT? For a oiHnion, write to nwir ana hii bnU iwiulr any faun rears' tilrietiwlii th latent bupin4, rmnniunlcIn lloria Uictlyeunfliiomi!, A Ilnnrihonk of formation uoncvrtiiav I'atrnU hjkJ Unw to obtain them Kin frw. AIjkj a mmlojnjo of mechao leal atKl M entitle bK)k iwit Irvo. l'airttu takwi through Mtinu A Ca reootr nwcuinottrtththoHrtrittlflr Ainrrlrnn. and public with tout are brmight wUlalr prmnrt CAW 91 UNN V CO. who COPYRIGHTS hfrt out fMt in tho lnvttiitor, ThU iIcik1I1 paper. UiomI wecklr.rloiiaiiTly ttltuiMtiHl,k."u Lr far the work In lbs Urvrt circuit! inn of any worm. i avoar. muiiw mnai Mtit ireo. Jlatldtriif lMltiun.rom ihly. ti.lua i'r. Mnj) onpteatJ.ctita, V?cry immUT contain twau tlfal pUtM. lit color, aiul pbouvraph of nw hniueii. with plana, enabling imllrtvrt tothitv tbe Ait1ri Utrtd1t.ft9ftiM MU.NN A. CU., JlLW Oiik. atil UuuAUWiT. a Cotton Belt Route Uy.J (Si. Ltiiiin guns Arkansas, Texas THfi ONLY LINE Willi iliroiinliCiirSt'iviie from MEMPHIS TQ TEU8. S'n clianj'e nl Cwri to of hell-T- hat day, at Gettysburg. Once more n noble stand they made; The flower ol all their host anayeri, Amidst the greatest cannonade This world has ever heard. With Inttertes placed their ranks to shield, They burst ujion the bloody field; Hut soon to death were forced to yield Once more at Gettysburg. )it !Nti:kmi:iuk points. Two Daily Y a ins Caro'tng through LVnchiH uud Trusting the I'uIIiimii Sitvpeis. fitiut furmhig, guft'iig " tunllt'r la ml.-'-. s i HCotton MM claims, "Our bravest He anions t'ie slain; My bold Virginians in vain, .iicir valor ditl display." YciMinp "Relreatl retreat!" away they lly; LAN" DM. rIlMINO To hear their wounded comrades cry, nliiimluiit v nil ilu ivio.iN, corn ml Would start the tear from pity's eye. At Gettysburg that day. cotton, nmhvpinnlly il:tlo(l to tho culttvnlHiii ol m:ill Inil8 ami turly Oh where is that valient band vcuctnhlo-- . That bravely marched from Di es laud! AirnnliuK CKAZINR LANDS. and command, riming almtt the Alas! commander fxcellonl j)Msttirnr Lit; mingled with the clay. eutiri )iar, ami rutiiiarativi1y !iec Their cause is lost their fate is just; Their arnin aie gory laid in rust, to tl.u pirat iiiaikt't-- . with The "Stars and Hars" were trailed in TIMHEU LANDS Lovt-m- l dint aliimtt inrxliaiiftihlo loiila ri yellow At Gettysburg that day. womIs iut!, cypii'M ami tho harri Then here's a health to freedom's cause common U) Arhunar ami ISuetcrri And those who still maintain her 'JVxuh. laws; Can ho prucmal on roafoiialilo ami And while the eye ot pity draw nrivautogot u liTine. A tear for those that erred. And while Columbia's tanner waves, We'll ne'er forget our fallen braves, Alt lliifHoriMiiircl tllli ami luui lick That lie in honored martyrs graves- rison hiiliMln flu1 On the Held of Gettysburg. Ami i caching tho ino.-limtw itml eitim in tho pro-pt'P- tu 'Too bull too bid!" brave Lee ex- Great Southwest. i i Drcornlluu liny al Kuhiiip. WAkL- - 'vniir niMiti i Ticket AfFGut for Avery Hyers Post, No. 195, having ; n White, innjMi, time tnhlce, etc., ami write to for its Commander Sylvester a man that is honored and loved by informaany ot tho following tor all vetrans. Now, Mr. White tion you may iluro concerning the all tbe old ought to feel proud of his charge, and, trip to tho Great Southwest. why? Ilecatise when he has all the R.T.G. MATTHEWS, boys in line there in not one to reel Dis't Piup. Agt., Louigqillo, Ky. or stagger or take the name of God E. W.LaBEAUME, in vain. Pardon the digression and G. 1. iV Tkl. AgM Si. Lmiw, Mo. listen to the Commander while he J. A. EDS0N( appoints Committees, Nos. i, 2, 3, 4 x. Gcn'l Supt., Trxnrkmm, T-nnd 5, to vint the town of Roslne and prepare to decorate all the gniyes at that place. So Committee No. 1 ANYWHERE! goes to town and calls for help by another EVERYWHERE! appointing Comrade Committee, No. M. S. Raglaud 2, placing foreman. Mr, Rngland collected his SUMMBR BXOUR8ION TICKBT8 aaa o an via tw little force and went to work and cleaned ofl two graveyards and Cfiesapeake,0fiioSQiifiW8$(eri four old soldiers found where RAILROAD were sleeping without any tombTo the Springs and Mountains of Virginia stones to mark their last resting To the Lakes and Woods of the North, ttlnnp nnd MlfVI f ttinilifht of the 111 Oil- . . To the Seashore and the Ocean, t bud no. TO ALL THE PROJIIfJEflT RESORTS uments over the Generals nnd on in inu down to Captains, but look, here lies UNITED STATES AND CANADA ! the common private that carried the musket and did the work with no AawcLLASToTim EeltRaute ? ,, Pleasant Spots near Home: GRAYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, f CERULEAN SPRING, -- rj i 11 i . Advantage!. Vtt?Lrirr-.i- TRY, tCiwEdlciiM thr.teUli u helD LOCAL SUNDAYnXCURSIONTICKUT k are oil uie uciwccu an houuui vrimm h ai 'WnmMkfVVWouldut itieem to bo th ono UticcorMly mile, nnd W3S8K SND TXCKSTO will htt old to lxml- - - whW cort you nothlni unleM Wj doe help I That k DrAPierc' FftVoritt'PrwcripUon. vine, lemtblrf. and l'aducab from poinu lu I Tbve1 ho other, 13ut U that doewi't benefit inc 1c1uuy01 uioscciiic. ., euro, in the case of ovfcrr tired or alUag 7 KBICP, Kiiniuiw wiu lit iiiiuiwRiiuu ichiuiuk woman y women; I V. fJviS all tho weaknesses and U VCbeupeake, Ofalo & Southwestern R. ?. .onlera ofondin womanhood, nothlnit can compare i.Militnl mivDciareniilrlntr tiooks. DamDhleU or auv wIthitiiLi.modicino- - KarJDenodlcal nalna. nilvqnUliic mqturi dchcriblnff ouy partlculir re proUpsvi and other dbplaQemenU.. bearing iort - oompiainU" of oyerv kind. H tai? eafef car- auy ol the fottowliig-'- i ramouifortheirSocial.Hcnlthful.and Kcououilc CrfH ..or gii r j.- - I.T.OONOVAN, l'iu..fcMTkfctt Ai l'AiVU4ll, Kr, T. p. LYNCH. Us 1 fm. Act.. tHiuki I'tu. Atrt. ISMIlltTSJt)f. W.I. I nf.Ku.Aiu jtUVlU,K, KT ti.J.GRAUMER. Awt LouuYiM.r,KT. i'ftn I Manager. i MtvumLK, ar, ERUuUrinAiiuoaji hattbY UYthev offer "IftOO reward for any IncurnUu coae ot Ca-- JwWbraothorthtnjtacanonIvArp'yourCa- torrb for a time, Dr. Sw Catarrh Rwnedr will completely cur. Tbe inaken of thi taint and guarautctl remedy. n - tombstones, no fence around the ftuckyfrafijWier3 hooked their chins grave, hut out on the commons. Hut over the sixj rail fence that divided 1 nui drifting from the subject. This their posessions. Feci any 'arthquake over your is Decoration Day come let us go to Rosine. Well, after one hour's hard way las' nigut?" inquired one. 'Nop; not;as I teccollcct on." driving we heave ill hightcf thetown. "Maybe you wuz blastin' out Now, wait I am gbing to tell you a story and I don't want uoman to dis- stumps?" "Nop; I alluz burn cm out in the pute it. The lUd, White and ISluc was iloating from nearly every house fall " "Your hired marl ain't turned Anarin town from thcdoorsnnd windows, Jrom the sidewalks and gates, ami one chist nnd tried to blow up your house man that did not have time to go to has he?" "Nop; he's spadfn' aroun" the fruit the woods and v;tt a flag pole, just snatched up a rod of iron and hoisted trees over yon." "The old jvoman didn't build a fire a flag right in Main Strict, right in the town of Rosine in broad daylight. with kerosene, did shc?V I know he did, but hush, hcte comes "Nop." "Well, it niout a bin your boy Jake Prof. Thomas leading his class ol and girls that he has a plnyin' with, the powder horn Uns Inboicd with and taught for a long aroun the fiieplace?' "Say, neighbor, time, until they kr.ow just how to you're gettin' Nine o'clock linds the veter- down pyrty yiose to home now. I Mug ans in line, then the flower band, s'pose your 'lention was 'traded lo then the vecal baud nnd at the tap of suthhi' over my way yUterday?" "Yep; I thought a bungshell had the dium the procession movts to the griveyard to perform its work of love. busted over that direction someHere is about fllty old soldiers in Hue. where." "Well, It was me e'eanin' out the Comrades, look behind you, there come marly lour hundred persons to chimbley. It got stopped up with witness this scene. Just in front of sut till it wouldn't draw, and my the graveyaid the Commander gave family, was smoked lib we looked the otdcr to halt and the old boys re- like bacon. When I was in town address of welcome Saturday I bought one ol these here ceived mi from the people of Rosine, by Com-- 1 big skyrockets that packs a whole tide Rngland. Then the old boys brood o' little rockets along with it, with their daughters proceeded tocov-t- r and when it busts sends thejn coot-iin every direction, I tied a big lliose little mounds with beautiful gunny sack to the tale of it to swab llowers while the vocal band dispensed sweet music. Now, the procession out the ch!mb!ey, and stood it up in moves out in the direction of the sec- the fireplace, and touched her orT." "Did it clean out the chimbley?" ond graveyard inarcr town. The old "Yep; clean as a whistle. Didn't veterans form uhollowscpnrcarouud the grave and Ihe vocal band filed leave a brick, and come mighty rear right and left and matched upopposite clean iV out the ranch, Tallin' bricks was lowered over killed two calves over in the lot, and the grave, the this graVe and the old grAy haired a litter o' pigs back o the barn. I'm veterans uucoveied their heads and thinkin' o gettin some little ones o the Commander was just ready to clean lamp chimbleys with." proceed when the speaker announced IlHrlHHrnril a special retjuesi that had just reachRXCICANC'.R. ed his tars that a daughter, the only An old church in Belgium decided daughter of mi old Commde wanted to repair its properties and employed loplncethe first flowers 011 hei father's an artist to touch up a large painting. giave. The way was made eltar and Upon presenting his bill, the committhaU'ear daughter, accompanied by tee in charge refused payment unless her aged mother, with flowers wicath-i- the details were specified, wnereupon in the Miape of a heatt slowly adhe preseuted the items as follows: vanced and with trembling hands laid To correcting the Ten Comthem down 011 the grave. Comrades, mandments. $ 5.12 my pen Jails to describe this scene. Kiiibellisbing Pontius Pjlate Here were old soldiers who had been under lire 011 many a battlefield with and putting new riblon on his 3 02 no tears to shed, but bete crying bonnet. Putting new tail on tbe rooslike babies May God bless the dear daughter and her mother. The Com- ter St Peter and mending his 2 20 mander rounded up the w rk, saluted omb the dead and adjourned for dinner. Repluming and gilding left Now, il nii body went home hungiy wing of Guardian Angel. 5,18 At 1 surely it was their own fault. Washing the servant of High o'clock e assembled in the grove to Priest and putting carmine on We had four subhear the speaking his cheeks. 5.02 jects, namely,' Memories of the Wur," Renewing heaven, adjusting Decora-tso- u by Miss Anna M. Allen. the stars, and cleining up the Day," "The Ding Soldier," moon. 7.14 and 'CovcrTheiu Over." Now, girls Touching up purgatory and it may be that jou would like to 3.06 know just what the people thought restoring lost souls. Brightening up the flames of of your subjects and the way in which Listen and I hell, putting new tail on the they were delivered. will tell you. The Post wants you to devil, mending his lett hoof be with them again the last day of and doing several odd jobs for 7.17 June. Come if you can. Now, while the damned, Rebordering the robes of these men are speaking let Inquisitive Jack ask some questions. Hrother A. Herod and adjusting his wig, 4.00 how many people are here? About Taking the spots orT the son four hundred? U. what is your guess? of Tobias. 10.30 Six hundred, at least. Now, Mr. C. Cleaning Ralaam's ass and old felyou are a pretty puttiug one shoe on him. 5,70 low, come, tell me just what you Putting earrings in Sarah's of Decoration Day m general? think 5,26 Sir, it is a good thing, just look round ears. Puttiug a new stone in Dayou. Here is several hundred people that have come to Rosine to honor vid's sling, enlarging the head the dead. Here are old soldiers from of Goliath and extending Saul's 6,13 Hartford and Sulphur hgs. Pordsvillc, Decorating Noah's ark and and Spring Uck,- - Hesides Springs your own Post that has a certain duty putting a head on Sheni. 4.31 Mending the shirt of the to perform. You come to these graveyards you find that the neighbors Prodigal Son nnd cleaning his have been there and cleaned them all eir. 3.39 off nicely and you can not tell any $3o 00 Total. difierence. only here and there you see Jittle flags dottingcertaln mounds. Aycr's Huir vigor is a universal I tell j oil, sir, it is souiethingsolemu talking, you see beautifier. Harmless, effective, and You hear no loud nobody drunk, rm .fighting 011 the agreeable, it has taken high rank grounds, no sir, this is no picnic. The among toilet articles. This preparavery best of older prevailed through- tion cause thin and weak hair to beout the entire day and everybody come abundant, strong, and healthy, seemed Impressed. I tell vou these and restores to gray hair its original old soldiers are teachers, imparting color. lessons of patriotism, loyalty, charity, and fraternity, which is love, the , VOUNO LUTKHERAX. crowning point of all good works. The poet Tcnuyson could take a ThercThas been lessons taught' here writof that will never, no never b: worthless sheet paper and by ing a poem on it make it worth $65,-00- 0 In time nor eterniforgotten, neither that's genius. Vanderbilt can ty. Well, they have called for the write a few words on a slip of pirxr orator of the day and Mr. Wedding, nnd make it worth $5,000,000 th ,t's of Hartford, who held them spellcapital. The United States can take bound; as it were, for just twenty-fou- r one ounce and a quarter ot go d and minutes, then Mr. Randy' Sharp stamp upon it an "eagle bird" and ' jumped upon a goods' box and tried make it worth $20 that's money. to thank the good people of Rosine The mechanic can take material worth for their hospitality nnd kindness in $5 and nuke it into n watch worth which they received us and entertain-- e ioo that's skill. A merchant can I us, but he could not tell it and the take nn article worth 75 cents and old veterans began a hearty shake fell it for $1 that's business, A lady hands the flower band and the vocal can purchase n veiy comfMttble citizens and all, were remembered, in bonnet for $3 75, but she prefers one this little net ol love, ah, sir, there is that costs$27 that's foolishness The something in this shake of handsbua-ines- s ditch digger works.ten hours a diy that has never been told. "God and shovels threVpf fyir tons of dirt be with us till we Muect again," was for $2 tint's (labor. The editor of sung by the class nudthebriney tears this paper can wrjtea check for $8o- just told the story mid then somebody ... .1 - . UUU.lTJUi but, it wouldn't ". wuitli n , pronounced the benediction nnd then , .. me-t. rouga. I we had to go home, Farewell, d&r Comrades. K l Fharjus. r 1MU At" Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE AN AFRICAN TBAGEDY. You will find more tragedy thaa romance in Africa. Somotlmes, far from tho haunts of civilized men, lines of lifo drawn from other lands cross and rccross, and tho old story of human passions is told anew. Sometimes there aro dramatic incidents that in a country of mails, telegraphs and newspapers would be eagerly picked up and recounted in all their dctalrs, but in Africa they aro never fully told, and aro soon , This is such a story. It Is true, and it did not happen so long ago that tho real names can bo used: Tho coast of southeast Africa li ono of tho most dangerous in th world. Currents, constantly varying both iu direction and intensity, carry tho navigator far out of hie .course and often land him upon Tho fact somo reef or sand bar. ' that the Robert Miller, from London for Bombay, should havo boen .wrecked near tho bay of Port Natal, But was, therefore, not strange. 'what was unusual was the great losi .of lifo that attended tho wreck. (Only ono man out of all thoso on board managed to reach tho shoro in safety. This man, Charles Lee, an Amerb , can by birth, but a citizen of the world by choice, belonged to that constantly increasing class who pre fer to spend their lives wandering from clime to clime, picking up an often precarious livelihood, but see ilng life in nearly every phase. Lee thad made a lucky strike in London, and was on his way to India. He had taken passage in the Robert . I OWKNSBORO, KY. Will practice bis profession iu Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. aa, fl.GIan, J.N. K. Wedllnir LAWYER, LAWYERS, GLENN & WEDDING, m M '1 j HARTFORD, KY. (08)ce,0Tfr Anderson ttftiaar.) After a little hesitation tha miagioo-ar- y Will practice their profession in all agreed to this, Tlie wagoa wa "the courts of Ohio and adjoining counsearched, and all weftpoaa were reSpecial moved. Tben Lee was fcoUUd upoa ties, and court of Apneals. the seat, a&d UsbadierfrMd, attention given to crimiual practice but his legs were IU1 kept botftaA. and collections. Tho missionary warmed Mas that aay attempt to free then would.result k.. TaraeB Uft forgotten. n' i j Vr. , d long-heade- d to-da- y " A couple of Marion county, - waterproof belt, ho changed hia plans with the readiness character- - ' is tic of his class, and resolved upon ta trading 'trip into the interior. a wagon and span of , Purchasing oxen, uuu in ring iwu nauvu usbisi.-antbe, "trekked" north into In his wagon he carried numerous articles for trade with the Among them, carefully natives. concealed uuder tho wagon seat, he carried ten kegs of powder, concealed because the laws forbid the sale of powder to natives. At the end of three months Lea considered that his trip hod been a successful ono and decided to return homo, following another' route to Natal. One. morning he at a small village where there was a missionary station. Tha missionary himself was away, but bis wife came down to the trader's wagon expecting to find many articles, needed to replenish her household stores. Lee sold what she wished, all the time looking at her in a puzzled manner. At last ho exclaimed: "By George, I know you nowl How under Heaven did you get here, Mollle?" "Sir," said tho woman, deadly ,palo, but drawing herself up proudly, "what do you mean by this in sult?" "Oh, stuff, Mollle; you can't fool me. As soon as I saw you I knew that I had seen you before. But it s seemed so queer that MolHe Moll, of San Francisco should have turned up here, of all places in tho world. Pretty as ever, Moll, I ace. Givo us a kiss for old times' sake," Grasping her suddenly in his arms he kissed her again and again. Finally she tore herself loose and fled, wbitQ with emotion. Was she Mollle Flanders or was she not? Lee was sure of it, but mistakes of identification do sometimes happen. At any ratesho acted as if innocent. . Sitting down, tho woman wrote a letter to her husband, telling him how she had been Insulted and de manding reparation. This letter she sent by a native to tho neighboring village, where her husband was visiting. That night the trader took advantage of tho moonlight to pursue his journoy, and, as fate would havo it, ho and the lotter reached the village and the missionary at the same time. Tho missionary was a man of sudden and violent temper. He loved his wife dearly, and tho news of an insult to her broke down all the barriers bo had built up by constant training. Urged by him, tho chief of tho village sent men to seize the trader. Surprised without his arms, Leo was made a captive after a desperate struggle, and was carried before tho chief and tho missionary. Tho former was anxious not to go J any further. Tho Zulu war was just over, and tho natives hardly liked to injure a whlto man' so soon after the sharp lesson thoy liad received. Still, urged by tho1 missionary, tho chief finally ordered that Leo receive one hundred lashes on hlsbure back. Tho trader heard his sentenco calmly. He made no defeuso to tho charges, and begged no mercy. Ho merely asked thut he bo given ua Inanyklndorfluantity.Forprices.&c, hour to put his affairs In order, In Hartford, Ky. vlow of tho possibility of a fatal apply ,,KRi from so tremendous a beating. ! " s, Miller, hoping that tho long sea voy ago would drive from his body som lingering seeds of fever picked up lo South America. Flung by tbe waves on the coast of Natal, with his money safe in a Zulu-lan- sentence. Once upon the box Lee took out his writing materials and. wrote two letters, which he sealed and threw upon the ground, v Theaho reached down below tho seat, and quietly .drew the plugs Iron the powder kegs. The powder flowed out into a black heap, with, chicfa each keg connected. Lee then lighted his pipe and quietly leaned back to await the expiration of the hour, hea4t .was nearly up be bent down,aa4STan to unInfasten the boiuiajupafl.hlallegs. stantly two, natives sprang at him, but ho raised his head and looked 'down at them with so deadly a gleam in his eye that they hesitated. Another moment and his feet would tbe free. The missionary, seeing his prey j about to escape, rushed upon him, j followed by the whole assemblage of .natives. Lee waited until they were then emptied j nearly upon him, nnd the glowing contents of his pipe upon the powder. A sharp cry of horror from the missionary was lost In a burst of flame and a roar like thunder; then a volume of heavy white smoke . rolled and spread about the scene (like a thick fog. When it had cleared away trader and missionary had both gone to carry their disputes to a higher tribunal. Only two blackened masses, hardly human In form, remained to show that they had ever lived. . Of the natives fifteen lay dead or dying upon the field. To this day if the traveler in that , region Is annoyed by too ourlous and Intrusive natives, he has but to throw a handful of powder into the jfire to secure absolute solitude. The last resource of the desperate white ,man has not been forgotten, San Francisco Chronicle. All IIAHTFOHO, KY. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anceajs. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. E.I.GUrFY. 1I.D.RIN00 nrir in gt gav, Smltlx, Attorneys aud adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections aud all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. KLrtforA. KemtOtcfesr. Will practice in all courts of Ohio R. B. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoiuiug counties, and in tbe Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attor ney'B office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, M. t. HGAVrOT, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. About a Telegram. "out-spanne- Bingo Has a telegram come for me? . , IA7T0RHE7 c Mrs. Bingo Have you been ting one? Bingo Oh no, of course not. Hartford, Ky. (Sarcastically). You don't suppose TI7ILL practice bis profeeeion iu all I would ask you that question If I Yt the courts of Ohio and adjoining expected one, do you? counties and Court of Appeals. SpecMrs. Bingo (sweetly) You might, ial attention given to collections. dear. What would you say,; now, Office over Carson & Co. if I should say that a telegram has come for you? r Bingo Ahat I knew it. I have been expecting that telegram all the afternoon. (Impatiently,) Where Is It? Mrs. Bingo I'll get it. But dear, I thought it best tooponit. You didn't mind, did you, dearest? , Bingo Certainly not. It's only a matter of business. From Jack Ens-loex-pe- W. H. BARNES LI UW J. R. PIRTLE ain't it? ' Flan-dor- Mrs. Bingo Yes, dear. Bingo Important meeting I Says I must be there, doesn't he? HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, Mrs. Bingo Yes, dear. Bingo (rubbing his hands) I Is prepared to do any and all kinds know it. Well, I'll have to rush of Dental Operations. Prices most right off after dinner. Sorry for you, reasonable. Office over Williams & my dear, but, you know, business Bell's Drug Store. must be attended to. Mrs. Bingo Oh, that's all right, darling. But don't you want to see ,the message? Bingo Why should I? Youopened ,lt, read it like a good wife that you 'are, and I guess I can trust you. Jack wants mo (delightedly), that's 11, and I must go. Mrs, Bingo But there was one thing moro he said, my pet. Oh I there Bingo (suspiciously) was. Well, what was it? Mrs. Bingo (all smiles) He says he's got front-roseat. Tom Masson, in Harper's Bazar, DENTIST li- & WHITE! w DENTIST. UfiihiH-llHltA-M- klll. to Marines. A visitor to one of our war ships, Is prepared to do all kinds of having heard an unlikely story from Dental work at reasonable prices. An Injustice OFFICE OVER RED FRONT of marines scowled. He turned to a reporter, who was standing nar, and said: "It seems very funny" to some people to slur tho marines. They call us 'turkeys,' and talk ot the 'horse marines,' and tell all the liars to come and spin their yarns to us. The marines are just as useful as tho sailors, and have as much to do. I've.becn In the service eight years, and I tell you the standing of the marine corps Is every bit as good as ihe army. The men know as mu:h and behavo as well as any enlisted men In government service, and, between you and me, they don't drink as much as the officers. They don't got pay enough." N. Y. Sun. Harrow Escape, Hotel Clerk Here, bov, show this A a companion, exclaimed: f'Ohl tell that to the marines." A sergeant I90 DOLLARS Kide easily and honorably, without capital, during your spare hours. Any man, woman, bo jr, orglrl can do the work htmd-llwithout experience. Talking ung necessary. Nothing like It for ever offered bef ore. Our workers No time wasted la always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you In a night how to succeed from the rirst hour. You can make a trlul without ex peuie to yourself. Wo start you, nimisli ererythiug needed to carry on tho busimoney-maklu- PER MONTH In Your Own Locality Reader, If simple, plain instructions. you are lu need of ready money, and want to know all about the best pajiug business before the public, send us youi address, aud we will malt you a docu sseut giving you all the particulars. against failure if you but follow our ness successfully, and guarantee you Uat ro-u- lt gentleman into the breakfast-room- . Uncle Abner Good Lord I You don' meanter say yer hev special rooms for these 'ere different things, dew yer? Clerk Certainly, sir. Uncle Abner Then, I guess Miranda an me must hev slap In the gas house las' night, Truth. TRUKJkCO., Box400, Augusta, Mains. ire broleu duwu Man r Persons I com "" nUilbU ih rtui. aid d UUou, moo ft rx .MufUM amliiimiuaUrU. Of Ibegvnutiw llrowtt9a Iron Hitters overwork or houthfM J- - m if wuinjUMti")iCV' yew ?? t . ,j f- c- war wcrwKwwwii Hocker, of Solith Cartolltdtl spent week before last with the Misses Sowdcrs. Mrs Perry Wcstcriieldt who has been sick for sometime, is gradually growing stronger. Mr. Harry Waddle has taken rooms at the Cottage Hotel. Miss Bessie Nave entertained a large number of friends a few nights ago in a very unique manner. Mrs. Baitwell is visiting her daughter in Rosine this month. Mr. J. H, Nave spent a few days in Daviess county last week. Miss Mabel Brown, Hartford, has been the guest of Miss Daisy Stevens for a week. Mr, Perry Bmnton and family arc visiting relatives in Stuart Town this week. Misses Bessie Nave, Anna McKcn-neVirgie I locker and Attye Austin spent last week in Rochester with the Misses Celesta and Celestlne y, wmtwiw; 1 ymmmm n ymmmjf aymw lT"T!? Hartford Republican runLISIIH!) KVKltY FKIDAY MORNING, mt Proprietor. JO. B. IHHJKKM. Alitor Friday, Junk, 15. i8rJ4. Republican Ticket L. Kief lion, Nov. when llio Lei a, uti eighty foot steam boat in charge of Capt Daullcytinnd ctfat the oft Wttrehouso , wharf in Hartford, bearing n cargo of freight The for the merchants ol the town. extremely low stage of tlio water and the.comparative en so with which the vovage up the liver was made proves situation, vaat (brents of available timber and beautiful scenery, but for the hospitality and honesty of hef citizens as well, which makes every one who comes In their midst realize the liberty and freedom of their exis tence. ..Among the energetic citizens whom we should be pleased to men tion is Mr. W. L. Graves, in the em ploy of the Turner, Day & Wool worth Manufacturing Company, who has assisted so much in improving the town. Also, Mr. J, B. McDaniel, proprietor of the McDaniel Hotel, whose jovial disposition and pleasant manners almost converts his house into a Paradise for the traveling pub1-H- .1 i For Cottuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Kcowtt. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker, For County Attorne- y- K. P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John V. dlack. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Westerftcld. Rosine C. L. Woodward. Ctomwell Jont B. Wilson.'' Fordsvillc Buford conclusive the sound judgmctit of 1 magistrates: ' HartfordA. S. Aull. Mr. J. W. Bradley cares for quite a number of private hoarder. The ball at the McDaniel House, to lkwoou, of thVU. coNSTntau: given by Messrs. Kelley, Tabor and render all ahf in T hi power toward Hartford Hosea Shown. Graves, Tuesday night, proved quite Rosine Thomas Allen.- carrying out the plan and it is belie v Cromwell R. II. Martin, an enjoyable affair and reflected much ed he willive'all the assistance posFordsvillc credit on the managers. Ice cream sible. L'Mo niueh for the Hartford Buford and other refreshments were served Hays. 33 Commercial Club and the determinaMr. H. D. Hunt, wife and daugh- - in the daintiest st)le. tion of our people to pull together. Miss Collie Harrison, who has been tcr spent Saturday and Sunday in Morgantown. at Caneyville several days, returnMr. Perry Wcsterfield and little ed home last week J Misses Jessie Allen and Mabel Kim son, Jo, made a flying trip to Rochesbley, of Rosine, attended the bill ter this week. A large crowd of boys and girls atTuesday night. tended the Sunday School Conven Miss Kssie Anient, of .Louisville, tion at Rock port Saturday. is the guest of tier sister, Mrs' Walker Miss Dora 12 Gibson and brother, Mrtle. W. A Gibson, of Hartford, were in Miss Florence Wright, of Fordstown Tuesday. villc, who Ins been the guest of Mrs. The Summer Normal opened Mon- W. I, Graves, returned home Wed: !'T r'OR JL'IMli; t'fU'KT OK APl'KALN. day morning, Prof. U R Ray teacher. nesday. We are authorized to announce He no has twenty pupils. Young Mis Clara DivKson. of Fordsvillc, JudgkB. L. 1). Gukfy, teachers expecting to teach in the is with her Filter, Mrs Kssie Piland. Of Butler county, as a candidate for fall would do well to attend this one The Handle Fictory, presided over the office of Judge of the Couitof Apby Mr. W, L. Graves, closed June. 9 month's drill and study. peals from the Second Appellate DisI The through fraight. No. 14, was for the summer mouths. Work will trict of Kentucky, subject to thc.ac of the Republican party. tion orriin 4.1 kiiw lull. wrecked luesday morning at 1:10, a, Ka rocMintuI tlKIII in fTiu A1t us. 111. at Mr. ttmmett Graves moved to the "V leading to Taylor Democratic Ticket. Mines. The switch was turned by horusvule last week. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBriAfv abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Mrs. Hssic Piland, who has bevn ion county j rota;. home unknown parties causing the We are authorized to announce judge n. 1. D. oOpfy. , trouble. One man was wounded very i quite ill for some time, ia improving, K. T. WlLMAMS The subject of this sketch was born badly and will probably die The en Little Nora Graves recieved quite a As the Democratic nominee for Coun- in Logan county in 1S34. and grew to tire loss to the Company will be about painful burn on her right foot by stepty Judge of Ohio county. Election, manhood upon a farm. In early life $25,000. A reward of $200 has been ping into some heated ashes. November 6, 1894. became to Ohio county and taught offered by the Company for the Messrs. James Wliittinghill of RoThrough these years hejaid ture of the guilty .parties, sine, and James Renfrov, of Sulphur Smallpox is raging in Chicago. the foundation of a broad and liberal Messrs. Tom Morton, lessee Bean Springs, attended the ball Tuesday manhood which has characterized him and Tom Baker visited the scene of night. week is the Conventhrough life.In the fifties he Iwganjto the railroad wreck Tuesday, Mr. C. W. Parrott. of Beaver Dam, . tion. study law in the office of JudgeHarrison Those on the sick list are the wid-a- t was in towu Wednesday. this place and was admitted to the ows Poyner and Thomas, Mrs. S. P. Al! honor to the doughty Capt. Mrs. Amanda Bond, of Louisville, bar. TniS59he moved to Morgan- - Taylor, Mrs. Harry Waddle, and Mrs. stopped in town Tuesday evening on Daulley. town, where he now resides. He rose ' D. H. Baldwin. her way to Phil pot, As the nominee John W. Lewis rapidly in his profession and soon Rev, Teel, of Rochester, our Chris- - j Mr. Joe McDaniel, of Olaton, was will be an honor to the party and as won for himself a strong hold upon tian minister, assisted by Rev. Terrell, at the McDaniel House Tuesday. a Representative in the Lower House the hearts of the people. In 1S62 he of Owensboro, will hold a protracted Mr. Warren Leach is preparing to he will bean honor to the District. was elected County Judge of Butler meeting here, beginning Tuesday move his grocery from Main Street to county, and in 1S66. Dur- night. Come out and hear some ex- his new building, on High Street. inSeveral counties have alread Mr. Walker Mrtle is building an Attvk. structed for him and this county will ing his eight years of public service cellent preaching. addition to his, dwelling on High no doubt do the same at the Conven he was capable, conscientious and ef1'ecutlnr to Iflneir. ficient. He was an Hlector for Grant week. tion So eminently successful has Hood's Strict. rin the Presidential Election of 1868. Sarsaparilla been that many leading Mrs M.J Harrison will move TexIr the government under Demo- He was again chosen County Judge citizens from all over the United as next week. cratic control, with a protective tariff in 1S7S and served until 18S6, bring- States furnish testimonials ol cures Mr. C. C Lyons, partner with Aw bill in full force lacks 378,000,000 ol ing again his superior ability to bear which seem almost trV & Thompson , in the mercantile miraculous. in the discharge of the duties of his receiving as much as it expends anHood's Sarsaparilla is not an accident business, will erect .a new dwelling nually, how on earth does the Democ- ofRce. but the rine fruit of industry and on Hl8" Stre soon Few men in Kentucky are superior Master Willie Graves sustained racy expect to raieo money to pay this study. It possesses merit "peculiar quite a painful injury lust week, while deficit if they adopt a free trade to Judge Gufly in legal acumen and to itself." his knowledge of men and things. placing he stepped on a nail, making measure, as they have promised? Hood's 1'ii.ls cure naupea, sick an ugly wound lie will bring tothe Appellate Bench Satuhday week, the 23d inst.. an intellect and a knowledge of the headache, indigestion, biliousness. Mr. Oscar BIcmer, conductor on 1 SoW b' al1 druggist. the O F. R & G. R. R , has been promises to be a big day in Hartford. law second to none who occupy that suffering from an inflamed eye. We The occasion being the Grand Mason- high position of trust and honor. Judge Gufly has reared a most inarc glad U state that he is able to ic Barbecue and the Republican to his work. County Convention, It makes no teresting family, whose sons are an pre- return J. K King, our honor to their profession and whose e Dr. difference whether you come to the daughters are an ornament to the Mason- physician, is having good success Barbecue and attend the Convention society of Western Kentucky. and building upta fine practice. or come to the Convention aud attend Such in brief is the man who oflers Mr Kelley Taber went to Fordsthe Barbecue, but by all mean himself for the Republican nominavillc Wednesday. come. A good time is guaranteed. tion on July, 8th., aud through that Mr. Orville Hancock, mail agent mm on O. F. & G. R. railroad, spent la-- t Notwithstanding our onerous asks thepeopleoftheSecond Appellate Tlir II. C. C. Sot if. District lor the privilege and honor Sun lay with IrieaJs at Deaiefiel I. revenue law uhich taxes people in There will be a special meeting of of representing them in the Court of Mr. Willie C imp is quite an expert many instances on what they owe as the Hartford Commercial Club to cinque Appeals. player. well as what they own nud after hav night, June, 15th., to attend to busiMr. Walker Myrtle and lady enter-taine- d T. J. Small, of Roonville, Ind., is ness that Is of the greatest and most ingthe Assessor propound about oue a few friends Monday eve. vital Importance to Hartford. A full hundred questions to a taxpayer to visiting his uncle, T.J. Smith. The gentlemen who attended the attendance is requested and looked bail game at Horton, last week were, learn of everything taxable, winds up IIKUA. Meeting at Coutt Hall. R. H. Ilennett and family, who re- for. by requiring eaid taxpayer to menMessrs W. L Graves, Dr. J. 1$. King, W. M. F.YUt, Pres. tion anything else he may own, "Old moved from this place, to Florida, C C Lyons, Wallace Graves, Kelley C. R. Martin. Sec'y. Kentucky" is on n "down hill elide;" have returned. Tabor and W. A. Dairell. Lewis. Miss Tula Dennett, who has been her taxable property having- de Mm. Minnie ft Mil inn n Dencf. Nollri. creased in value nearly $2(1,000,000 visting her sister at Stanley, Daviess On Saturday, 7U1 of July, 1S94, we, Mrs. Minnie Skillman, wife of Will county, returned home Saturday. within the past twelve months. Adis Skillman, of Whitesville, died Wednes- the building committee, will sell the Messrs. Charles Godshaw and Hergraceful state of aflaira. Cause hard old church at West Providence at 1 bert Sanders, of Owensboro spent day night at 10 o'clock. She was one times. Cause of hard times Democof the best of women. She was a de- o'clock p in., at public auction if not Saturday night in our town. racy. voted wife, a fast and true friend, a sold privately before. If any parties Mr. J. C. Ilerrell, from nuir Hor-towas the guest of his daughter, helpful and obliging neighbor. Her wish to purchase the house apply to Thh week the papers or the State S T. Brown. life has been one of love, and many the undersigned. are crowded with thegloning accounts Mrs, W. A. Carson, Sunday. Mr. A. Godshaw, who has been are the seeds of good she has sown, of the Press Association at Frankfort fttiliirrlpflou Lawnfer Arveepaprra. the fruits of which will live long in Few readers or publishers of papers aud the enjoyment of that pleasant visiting his family in Owensboro, has tho mind to make men nnd women hilly and c!early:understand returned home. the was occasion was only equaled in degree A small fishing patty from our better. A carriage was immediately governing subscriptions. The deby the abject misery of those of us town last week spent one night on dispatched for Dr. Polcman, arriving cisions of the United States Coutt on who inrougn a irowniug late were Rough River. In the dead hourol here about 4 o'clock yesterday mornthis subject are: not permitted to attend. It would night they were startled ,not by the ing. At 8 o'clock Dr.Cofeman start1. Subscribers vho do not give exseem hard enough on an editor to bo wind, nor the owls, but by a party of ed for Whitesville and at 4 o'clock p press notice to the contrary are con compelled to wear n linen duster and young men being m , yesterday conducted the funeral sidered as wishing to renew their who, while patched pants the year round and to led by spirits, were making night exercises, after which the remains subscription. were laid to rest. have for his meat the pretty promises hideous with blasphemy and drunk-cnes2. It subscribers order the disconof delinquent subscribers but ou top tinuance of their periodicals, the pubBoys remember the harvest To make the hair grow a natural of und even beyond all this to be left is coming when you must reap what lishers may continue to send them color, prevent baldness, and keep the at home when the Press Association you sow. until all arrearages are paid. healthy, Hall's Hair Renewer was comes is simply unbearable. Breth t Prof. C. M. Crowe, our old teacher, 3. If subscribers neglect or refine sucren, while dreaming of the howling was iu our community last week. He invented and has proved itself to take their periodicals from the post-officessful. good time you have had cast one'&ym says he is going to teach at Whites-vill- e to which they are directed, they are responsible until they have settled next winter. Prof. Crowe is a pathetic thought toward us fellows We are in receipt of an invitation good teacher and we regret losing their bills and ordered them discon who were not "in it." to be present at the closing exercises him from our community, tinued. but we of Union school The school Tin: Republicans have a splendid are sure our loss will be some others has been 4. If subscribers move to other under the efficient manageplaces without informing the publish-- , Mails, opportunity to carry the country in great gain. ment of Miss Siddie Davidson for the ers and the paper are not sent to the the Congressional Election this fall Joseph B. Rogers, editor of the past three months and has been quite and the indications arcthat Kentucky Harti'orii KurrunucAN was last a success. Miss Davidson is one of former address they are held re sponsible. will tend more Republicans to the week granted license to practice law. the best teachers in the county, 5. The courts have decided that re next Congreis than ever before. With Why friend Rogers should desire to There will be exercises by tho fusing to take periodicals for the office the proper mail before the people and step down trout the journalistic ranks school In the morning, nnd in the them i CtI.t.. or removing :,.and leaving m uncall aud a strong, Uurdy fight there is no to join the army of attorneys at law ni.HlH llin- IT J" w V iw..fcjr r i, vu,,,"6 "'- u' i Mf.. ' ' reason why the old Fourth cannot be we don't know, but he will probably will present an Interesting program. Dinner will be served on th c The right man to carry continue to edit Thr Kki'Uiimcak as redeemed. he latest postal laws are sucji that ground. the Republican bauuer and to meas- heretofore. Grayson Gnette. newspaper publishers can arrest any. j 9 m ure strength with the Democratic one for fraud vho takes a paper nnd ' iidHNKHKANcii. !t:AY:tt IMM. nominee is the Hon. Johu W. Lewis, The subject of this sketch isa thriv-- 1 refuses to pay for it. Under this law June 13. Rev. Kerr, ol Warren of Springfield. Ho is the peer of any county has been .holding a camp iug little town beautifully situated in the man who allows his subscription man in the Slate and is more than a meeting here (or the past two weeks, oncof thclehllc valleys of Western torun along tor some time unpaid, match for Mr. Montgomery, who, assisted by Rev, Jeffries. They have Kentucky, on the N.N. & M V.R.R , , and then orders it discontinued, from present indications will bo nom- done much good in our town and by miles from Louisville, and dersthe postmaster to mark it tc--a inated to succeed himself. Ohio their efforts 'tis Mid we will have a distance of two hundred and ninety fuscd"nnd have a postal card bent from Memphis, Teunesce. The tify'nj the publisher, leaves himself county should send her delegates to new Methodist church. Rev, Andertho Lebanon Convention instructed son Turner, of Louisville, delivered little stream that winds its way liable to arrvht an I fine, the eame us ' to cast her 111 votes solidly fur Lewis, the last bermon of the meeting Mon- through the limits of the town, not forthelt, " """' day night nnd Is said to be decidedly only furnishes it with a name, but JVtfMfVfftffA IV 1.1- -. Tin: tnossbackfl,; duubtora and the finest nnd best sermon ' ever nfT.la U ,Ull 1fW1t. tnM-- n. Aodlliose trouUMwIth uervoueuees rettWa 7 frocmrewoirwurkwlltureUevedrytJSj chronic grumbler received a eevtre preached in this part of the country. torical interest. Not only is Horse ' and Bessie Branch commendable for its desirable Misses Willie Neol evening baeknot Into Wi'dnelity ttTtwir nn gfirl tSmni v The businessmen of Evansville am' the Green River Navigation Cumpauy are giving Capt. Daullcy all possible assistance in putting in a temporary dam at Koss'jltipplc to" ho used until thoTf?8?Govcranieut can take hold 1)1 tho matter. has hcen I prepared and signed by the business rucuof Hartford, praying Major, those who said it could ho done. ICE BY fr FOR SALE TRACY & SON. I 1 WrrttiTrir; J ,tv KiLiflBhHiHl cap-schoo- l. w I . Provisions fir 3,000 people will be pared for the ic Barbecue on the wide-awaK- 1 23d. n, s. ce to-da- I V W.-1- -.. 1 I f no-mil- I w students or the C. N. viy opportunities for Last Sunday at NO Crook d culture that they would not otherwise Brilliant Success Sovon get. One of the most important ol these vn the privilege of hearing Schools in Attend' the riMi iwned Snakes pearan critic, anoe. Dent J. S 11 ler, ol Chicago, lecture on t m t Vuikeipeares best dramas, .1 . nd Julius Cesar, Wevlnes-- v Last Sunday was Children's Day at King uayi Ftuie 7. Mr. Snider is a great Creek and preparations were made' oj umer MU crWc. ue for a splendid time. The day was has written mmy books among bright and beautiful and as the sun which are his comino.it trie 01 rose over the hilltops he greeted the ' Shakespeare, t Homer, Giuthe and glad face of many a bright boy and Dante. mer.t It was my pleasure to con- girl who was to that day play his vcr.e with him about the lar away part. The crowd began pouring in places where two of his hooks were at 9:30 and by noon fully 600 people wrr.U'U and to listen to him while he I were on the grounds. The church related some of his experience in goin0 to school in Athens He cau had been beautifully decorated with till: Greek a easily as an ordinary flowers, mottoes, etc. .. j person can Knglish, . jfa. Perhaps the most striking of the I Mr. Smder is, hoAevcr, no orator ornaments was a little church 6x$ j but lie Uii,as how to tell straight forward facts and the stu lent will feet built on the pulpit and tastefully never tire of listening to him. lettered and arranged. He isa warm friend of Prof. Rigdon There were seven schools in attend- and it was through the efforts ol Prof, th Way for Malaria ance as follows: Wesley Chnpel (No Rigdon t.iat the students of t'le C N. C. were enabled to hear this great Creek), Beda, Mt. Herman, Shinkle man at a comparatively Hood's Sartaparlthi MakM Pure small cobt. Chapel. Sulphur Springs, Alexander Blood and Curat Malaria. The students of the classic class It li with pleasure ttit we mU fttUnUoato and Victory. Each of these added to have been studying Shakespeare this who U wU UiUimmlal ttt Mr. A. M. the enjoyment of the occasion by ren- term from thestandpdut f a brotdcr huown In Florida, and to theBk, trrlllng public, criticism and were therefore doubly dering speeches, declamations and htvlns for yean tern a railroad patMtifvr conbenefitted by thec lectures. ductor aud later, Ueket ant at Jacksonville. songs. ' Prof Rigdon has also conducted a C. I. Hood & Co , Lowell. Maat.i At 12 o'clock a most elegant dinner Ciesar class this term for the benefit "Some lUrea or four year ago I wroU to you was serve 1 011 the ground and ttcvci of the school. This has doubtless In reference to the good mj boy had derived KaraiarlUa.aud uuw ol Irom did a crowd enjoy a meal more. The been one of the largest classes ever in allow the nte say llood'e the same boy aud hit that theC N. C. The teachers ol Indiana motherme to became No Creek ieoplc know all about how are required I to hcexuuined uu this Pro(rtad With Malaria to pander to the whims and the de- play, hence the universal intere&t in aud Hood's tUrsaparllla has again been used sires of the inner man and the dinner the play at this time with saUsfaetory remits, I do not believe you This seems to be oncol the featuies cau find a tniwh better looking child for his age, will be long remembered for its excelof the Indiana's school sstem. It is eight years, than our boy. For this picture at lence. doing more toward elevatimr the health his mother and also myself atuibute It to exercises were continued in the I teachers than any oth or remitremcut The the use of that most valuable remedy, Heod'a afternoon until x o'clock, when the ol the school law. A kiMwIedue of Harsaparllla. HU trouble before) Uklng the botts, and a genlarge crowd dispersed, bearing picas - Rood literature is inJUpensihlc to a msdlclne was an affllcUon with body. Of course eral breaking out all over his ant memories of another glorious h001' WHCauon, mm 8J "w ol OMr from such suffering Uie child became weak and ica.ucrs, even inose we might exjcct Sabbath day. to know, leally know so little of the This notice would be incomplete beauty and value of literature tint Hood's-P-Cure- s! without special mention of the pastor, this impulse of the study ol Su ikea- - a general prostration of Uit system was a natuRev. J. B. Ferryman, whose steady peare cannot be cstlm itcd. ral result. We ajaln resorted to Hood's Barsa The spring term of school closed parllUttlth wonderful success. The word graU and earnest labor is so rapidly extend- Tliursdiy and a great many students tude but poorly eipresses our feeling toward ing the influence of Christianity are away enjoying their "three days Mood's Barsaparma." A. M. IIsck, Bebnore, He sure to get Hood's. Florid. throughout the hounds of his charge. vacation at home. I. tw, for the first time since I act eailly, yet promptly and He is a tireless worker and success is Hood's PUIS have been in school here, have left efflclenUy, o U liver aad bowela. Se. his reward. t- my work and DanviPe for a trip ftultliiirpilnK (nmp MeeJIstsx the country. I Inve come with my Revs I. W Ilinuham and D. 1 roommate to her home for a vacation, and am enjoing the Irohness and Kerr will hold a ten days meeting beauty of the fieldsand woods f Park at Sulphur Springs, beginning Augcounty aud above all (some ol the old ust 10. This is desired as a starting MllP sllulcMls win lhink) the ool things point fora regular camp ground. We t.llP re loaded thne times a div. Hut I di 1 expect ipiite a number to come incov-- 1 , not intend to leave all "my work be-- ( erctl wagons 10 this meeting as wc hind. I have a review ol llascom's hav'nt a regular camp. Wc will Aesthetics to write and in my hurry .Vfaftonlr far as practicable for the woList Saturday night was the date iu starting I picked up uh.it I men and preachers to sleep in our thought to be that book, but when I of the regular meeting of Cromwell had read one or two jiagts I found it homes. Others to sleep iu coveted Lodjrc. No. 420, at Beaver Dam. aud was Bascom's Philosophy of Rhetoric ' wagons and the tent. We will do all preparation had been made for an uu that I had brought instead of his ' we can to render all the comfort we Aesthetics. So, to day nfter'twodas ruvic!nii T1inr tens toittl ntaicttit can to those present. Other preacher I degrees ot my visit am very impatient to be have work in the second and third back' in Danville at work. promt cd to help. Brother Pnf and a large number of TMasons were People in this district are very ther will be present and have charge There was not only much agitated over the strike of the of the singing. in attendance. a large attendance of the membership miners. A great deal of disturbance Wc will do the best we can for nny has Ieen caused already and some of No 420, but a large number of vis- and all at the hotel, if they will write itors were present At 10.30 o clock warrant even irrcnter calamities. 'Coal us before coming. A restaurant will a line luncli was served 10 me great cannot be had at any price and the be on the grounds. This meeting delight ot everybody. Beaver Dam cold weather continuing adds very will be run strictly on a religious mucn to tue gcncial inconvenience did herself proud. K very body invited. basis. Come thereby occasioned. The visiting brethren were: V. J. To. morrow, we will take along praying for a wonderful outpouring Wilcox, J. M. Williams, John l Ben- buggy ride to a place noted iu this of the Holy Spirit upon the meeting. ton, O. T. Hines, Lewis Rogers, J. I). county for its beautiful scenery and J. 11. Pkhkyman, ) rastom. Maddox, L. G. Hadcn, L F. Herrel, Monday evening will return to DanW. P. Pom), ville and to work. f Lycurgus Reid, Kockport, No. 312; Next term we will read from the Attention KeiMibllrntsa. M. F. Herrel, Ceraivo, No 252; L. 1 Greek testament and I am looking A Republican Convention is called Hudson, Ada, Ark,, No. 513; Peter forward to that feature of our work to meet in Hartford, Ky on Satur- Lauder, Murphysboro.Il!., No 497;Jo. with anticipation of great pleasure. I day, June, 23rd, 1894, atone o'clock ; B. Rogers, Rev. G. J. Bean, A. C. use to look forward to this as one of P. M. to select delegates to represent the happiest attainments of life Kllis, W. N. Stevens, Dr. A. B. Baird. through long years my work and the Republicans of Ohio county in the has J J Boznrth, Hartford. No. 675; H. been lightened by the bright views Congressional Convention for the 4th Merrick, New Salem III, No. ai.S; D. every lesson opened up of the final Congressional district to be held at Gammon, Garfield, Mo. 630: W. It goal, but now that that goal has been Lebanon, Ky.on June, 27th. 1894 and attained the reality pales away lefore Thomas, L M. Cox, No. 327; 1$. F. the bright hoiws it reveals of still the 2nd. Appellate district Convert t Deitel, Livermore, No. 186. higher attainments for the luture. tion to be held at Leitchficld, Ky. on Can it be that lite holds no satisfac- July iStlt. 1894. The marvelous success ot Hood's tion for the inquiring mind? All Republicans are urge 1 to attend Gkaia. Sarsaparilla is based upon the corner the county Convention. stone of absolute merit. Take Hood's Thr Fourth IHHrirt, By order of the County Hx Com. Kmzaukthtowk, Ky., May 30. throughout the spring months. June 2nd., 1894, Chairman W. M. Likens, of Arnold, K. D. Gum-- , Cli'm'n. Ohio county, has h.sued the following Notice. 'rlllor'H W. A, Gmsoy, Sec'y: call addressed to the Prohibitionists All persons having claims against of the Fourth Congressional District: QUARTERLY REPORT the estate of John C Town send, deYou are hereby called to meet in ceased, are requested to produce the mass convention in the courthouse, OP xiIK Klizabcthtown, Hardin county, Ky same properly proven to the underat o'clock p. m , Tuesday, July 3. signed, and all persons indebted to 1894. for the purpose of nominating a the estate of John C Townsend, de- candidate for Congress to be voted for ceased, are requested tocoine forward at the election next November, perfecting a complete and efficient organand settle the same at once. ization of the District, arranging for Atthoclosoof Busmen ou1 J S R WnuniNO, Adm'r. tho 23d day of Deoom an active campaign and transacting any other business of sufficient imbort1893. portance to come before the meeting. is urged upon every Prohibitionist rksourcksT It in the District to let nothing prevent Loans and discounts, less i his or her attendance upon the con. loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 vention. The fmportnnce of a full uaiia iu directors omccrs attendance is very great. not included . 406.00 1 . i Loans to Officers 400.00 MasonXotlr- r- otitis; lMnre. Overdrafts, secured . . . The voting place in the Select vot- Overdrafts, unsecured 437.d ing precinct has been changed from Due from Nat. Banks .. .. 5.966.74 " "Select" to "Uaizetown Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs 483.38 iu pursuance to the following order of Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 Court: Stocks and Bonds . . . , i,:$4U67 Statk ok Kentucky, Ohio ) ", Specie , 3.718.78 County Court, Junk Currency a, 260.0a , Tkkm, 1894. J Kxchanges for Clearings . slime 1111. 't 145.59 J. D. Oliver and other voters of Other items carried as cash 1.367.49 Through some oversight we ail 1 the Select voting 75 precinct, having Furniture and Fixtures . t .1,000.00 to mention the game between Mineral filed petition for a change of the vot Taxes paid . . . , , , . 497l Spring and Hartford on the home ing place in said precinct, it is order- Current expenses . . . . ed und adjudged that the voting place Other assets, debts in suit I1OW.50 grounds some weeks ago in which 98,54 be and it ia changed from t Select to the former won a seven inning game BaUetown and the future t93.y01.7y by a score of 21 to 20. And for the voting place in said precinct is estabLIABIL1TIKS. lished at Baietown Post office, Cap'i stock paid in, same reason no mention was made ol in cash $30,000.00 the Horton Hnrt ford game on the Atttest: Rowan Homirook, Clerk, Undivided profiU , By L. M Rbndkk, D. C. 7,418.07 grounds of the former two weeks later Deposits subjectochcck(on which in. is not paid , 56,060.70 in which the Hortons came out ahead Due National Banks. . . 8t 6 with a score of 36 to 2 1 . Due Stite banks and ban'rs 1338 Last Saturday the Hartford team in charge of Manager White went to $93,701.77 Centertown and playe 1 the Mineral Statr oh Khntucky, ) m County op Ohio, j Spring boys. The game was a lively Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of , one from start to finish and resulted Hattford, Ky a Bank located and in a victory for Hartford by the rat- -' doing business in the town of Hart-fortling score of 39 to 26, Manager in said county. being duly sworn White says, in the language of Mana I says that the foregoing Report is l ger Barnie, "We 've at last struck a respects a true statement of thr condition of the said Bank at the close streak of luck." of business on the 23d day of Decern the Rock ports play the ber, 1893, to the best of bis knowW HartforJs on the home grounds and a edge and belief; and further says4 that . sizzling hot game is anticipated, the business of said Bank has btfer TDK TVS CUM OT ; transacted at the location a&medYttid ' Partial nrangements have been Catarrh, toraf uta, BaHt, not elsewhere; and that the above reCartounokM, Saraa, made to play Central City at Rock- port is made in compliance an port on the 30th, AM all Otlw Skis Dltsuw. official notice received from withSec the After these garnet will nodouVtfol- retarv of State deiiirnfiilncr tu- - ... EQUALLY krriCTIYI IX day of December, 1893, as the day on . low another with Horton, so that the ( SLvjyiLjM sfj Uajiugj AeUIHsi n"SVBsjSBnR BFspewMi RnlViM svWPirjf which such report shall be made, ball season for Ohio county may be Subscribed and sworn to before ma aad all eonpUlnto origtatttsc ta said to be on in a red heat. by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of De The colored nine from Taylor mlies ccrubcr, 1893. O.B.LiKKNa,C.O.C.c 8am K. Co. Prtaldeat, came over last Saturday nnd played J. J. McIIknky, Director, the Hsytl boys winning by the score , John c, Thouas, Mm auratf athara, iMN aura yau " I of 61 to 16. n J. 8. C0I,KlfH, G. are given CHILDREN'S DAY June r.uuiuX) nit. 111 g.-T- I 'Jm iiBcTO3nSr yy Impure Blood Opns I I Dick Tillford will have everything in rpfrpqliniPnt for the Barbecue. 1 .ot. I f 1 K 1 The proceeds of the dinner at the barbecue will be used to repair the ic Hall, for the and ... benefit of the Widows and Orphans Home, Post-office,- 1 Post-offic- ... d, in-al- KMa, ( K. Impur Ayer's Sarsaparilla BloocL ' wny rsx. Tho NnnrUt J rfngqas MnMWWMMMItlMiMHMmnMHawiOTBBIMHBiHaHPIMlM wWffr&tr'' frfr""' T "'.r'.'aRgj: i"' ,,y''j,y X Manufactures, Jobbers. tid IU Pace for d good bllaVt. CALL FOR CASS: THE GREAT ARMY OF THE UNEMPLOYED Causes much concern in the larger cities. Fortunately we jo not feei tne stress as Mr Jaihes II. SCdtt, Prcntis, Wild in town jestcrday. Buy your millinery at I'air Bros. & Co. It goes at cost. Best place to buy clothing Is l'ali tiros & Co. Novelties in wash goods at i'aif Bros. & Co. DITCHED AND WRECKED, A Freight Train at Taylor Itinos Switch Loaves A GBEAT WONDER! ENTERPRISE. Judge E D Walker returned Greenville yesterday. Mr. F. L. Felix attended from Fair Bros. & millinery at cost. Fair Bros. 8c Co. Cos $1 entire line of and $1.25 at the Track And Is Utterly Domollshed Believed to be the Work ' of a Fiend. At 2 o'clock Tuesday morning the early freight train No. 14 on the C. O. & S, W. Railroad ran into the Taylor Mines switch which was open and was ditched and almost utterly demolished. The train was made up besides the engine, tender and caboose of fifteen loaded cars and was running at about twenty miles an hour. The engineer and fireman escaped unhurt but a negro brake man whose name we failed to learn was dangerously if not fatally injured. The wounded man was taken to Beaver and afterward sent to Paducah. The whole train was a frightful wreck. The cars were piled upon one another, splintered and shattered and torn. Great beams ol wood were broken like straws and iron rods and beams twisted like reeds. All day Tuesday and Wednesday large crowds from Beaver Dam and the surrounding country viewed the scene of destruction. The men who were unhurt at once went to work and in a short time the track was repai red su ulciently to allow the cast bound passenger to pass without delay. The engineer was a Mr. Curley who formerly lived near Rosine. Several theories have been put forward as to I the cause ot the calamity but the most general conclusion is that it was the deliberate work ol train wreckers. On Monday Sheriff Stevens had been notified by the railroad officials of threatened danger and asked his protection. He gathered a small posse of meu and went to Rockport where at night he with his men boarded the east bound freight and came up as far as Beaver Dam, It is reported that all along the route could be seen crowds of men lurking near the railroad track. It was the train following the one on which Sheriff Stevens and bis posse rode that was ditched. The officials of the road have offered a for the arrest and conviction of the wreckers whoever they are. td Best plow shoes A MUCH NEEDED A NEW FOUNDRY - the show at Fordsville yesterday. Mrs. R. H. Gillespie is quite sick Fresh groceries nn hand all the at her home on Union street. time at W. G. HaVdwick's. John W. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, Fifty Ladies trimmed hats at your was a pleasant caller Wednesday. own price at Fair Bros. & Co. Mr. A. W. Davidson, Beaver Dam, Best line of Fans, Parasols and made us a pleasant call yesterday. Handkerchiefs at Fair Bros. & Co. Mr, W. M. Fair has purchased a fine young saddle and harness horse. Sam Cox Jr. telt Wednesday to attend the big Bicycle meet at Owensboro. Attorney J. P. Sanderfur who has been sick for several days is improving. Mr. A right new keg of mackerel just in at W. G. Hard wick's. MACHINE SHOP. We are now prepared to do all kinds' of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and' Mowing Machines, lleapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Hammer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satisfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds oi Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are yours, Very respectfully, . V Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wilson are Pren-ti- y- - visiting friends and relatives at s. keenly here where in Hartford, Twenty yards indigo blue calico $tt 20 yards good brown cotton Fair Bros. & Co. $it at DOLLARS 4 II. P. Tracy, Uniontown, visiting.his parents Mr. and , F, Tracy. Mrs. D. Fresh cakes, fresh candies, lemons, oranges and bananas constantly on is hand at W. G. Hardwick's. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vickers.Owens-boro,were y. U Are not worshiped as they arc in some places. There is more charity here than in Mrs. Jennie Mosely and Mrs. Dr. J. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C Hoover, Pleasant Ridge, were in town this week. Mr. Pendleton Coleman, Louisville, is visiting the family of his father, Dr. J. S. Coleman. Heber Matthews Sunday. Misses Berta Morton and Mabel Kimbley spent a few days visiting friends at Rosin e this week. the great centers, and the human heart At ajiiiv Double-Quic- k Action at a tale of woe. Fair Bros. & Co. realize that confidence is returning. Better times are dawning and the horded savings are going into circulation. Stocking Legs. Savings Banks. Onr Ol tllP The members of the Lizzie C. Walker Club enjoyed a grand picnic Mrs. Lum Davenport and children, in the woods west of town yesterday. Austin, Texas, are visiting in Southt W. G. Harwich wants everybody to ern part of the county. call on him on corner opposite post-offiMr. H. B. Taylor, sr , Beaver Dam, and get anything in the general and Mr. James Wilson, Cromwell, grocery line. were in town yesterday. Call on Tracy & Son for Breakfast Mr. I. C. Hoover, Beda, one of Bacon, Lard, Bacon, Hams, Chickens, the county's leading teachers, was a Green Peas, and in fact everything pleasant caller yesterday. s Grocery. kept in a Mr, Ernest Tracy went to Russell-'vill- e That Hustling fisherman, Dan Tuesday to attend CommenceHines, has added another specimen ment .Exercises of Bethel College. to our natural history curios in the Mr. Henry Hardwick, Hopkins way of a fish, known as the gar, ville, has acceptedapositioninthegro-eer- y which measures about three feet and store of his brother, W. G. Hardin length. wick. The following named parties atMessrs. R. T. Tweedle and Evans tended the show at Fordsville yesterCornelius will go to Owensboro this day: G. B. Likens, Judge J. P. Mot evening to attend the Kentucky meet ton and wife, E. T. Williams, Dr. of the L. A. W. Baird and Miss Ida Duke, Randall Lela, arrived at the Collins and Miss Ella Cox, Miss Edna The Steamer, old warehouse wharf in our city Wed- Griffin and Rowan Holbrook. ce first-clas- mm1 mrrm d (incorporated) mmbhe go., J. S. Smith, Pres't. D. 8. Dukcan, Sec'y & Trcas. SPENCERIANqpIll ' Louisville Ky.. Owraboro9 Ky., or Evansvllle, Inch TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. BOWLING GREEN. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, ftftlfi BOg.peO., Prop's. new Tir table. &Ca For Seed Irish Potatoes see Carson sBBSill)ivllHKflgflgW V Prices cul to the little end of profit at Carson & Co's. Bring your Bacon, Lard, Feathers and Eggs to Carson & Co. ni. A friendly word: Carson & Co. have WHAT. KFIXTIVn APRILS, 1894, 45 P- - No. s, Mail No. 7, Mm. Kx No. 31, (Local) No. 6, Mail No. 8, Urn. fix No. 3:, Local) 11:48. . a nice lot of Seed Potatoes. Dresses for summer make the ladies n:5P.m- 435 p. sing songs of praise Co. for Carson & t KAST. 150 p. ni. 3:a5 n. w. 5:54 . ni. II. Merrick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. 1'KIUAY.IUNK 15. Carson & Co. have made prlcea that will turn their surplus stock into cash. Wash goods at prices in harmony with all the other bargains at Carson & Co's. Messrs. Herbert Sanders and Charley Godshaw, Owensboro, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Beds. Dimes of cash are just now better than dollars of merchandise and Carson & Co are pushing their sales on that plan. - feL 1894. Dr. J. N. Ford, Beds, called to see us Tuesday. Mr. Ike Kinder, Bed, called to see us Saturday. Fiee entrance to the barbecue on thea3daudevcrbdyand hU folks invited. ft. !. ...uollll ll'lll-f- by o cornet band will be one ol t attractions on the 33d 1 the I d be served on tuc 23U ior 25 cvnw old free v under 10 years An elegant .. barbecued dinner will Mai ... ... a t r. TiivU Roval. ol Fordsville. attended Children's Day Exercises at ;No Creek last Sunday. p 1. R. McAlee. of Hlkton, was circulating among his many irienda here- a day or two tuts weeic. Come to the barbecue on the 23d and hear two good lectures on Masonry by Tom Pettit and Judge Mr. R. II. Bennett aad'iamUy, who ' left Beda last fall to cast their fortune in the sunny land of Florida, have I returned to this county, where they will permanently locate. A writeriin the theme of economy . in living using the present hard times as a test says: How can we reconstruct our system ol living. The best way we know of is by trading at Carson &Co's. Mrs. A ( X Saturday morning and was buried j last at Jubilee on the Paradise road Saturday. She .was a good woman, and Little. her exemplary walk will be missed in Taylor, the community Ao inlant child 0! Lydia An infant child of Mr. "Buck" wile ol Jo Taylor, who died in Haytl, ago, died June tithat its Collins, living, two milea south of bench warrant and lodged him in some time town, died Tuesday and was buried jail. He s accused of cuttingvLewis home in Hayti. Wednesday morning in the Hartford Clevere. Messrs. Sam O. Rhoadi, of WesterCemetery, Hv. G. J. Bean conductWin. E. Ward, of Kinder-hoofield, and Mr. G. D. Westerneld,whohas been ing the funeral exercises,. two of Ohio county's staunch- many eood things Su in Hartford for the past several One of the est Republicans, were pleasant caw perintendent Mav has done for the months, clerking in the grocery store Monday. era Stevens & Hardwick, leaves topeople is the" grading of the hill in of Spurrier Hartford Cemetery. The bill, which morrow for Pleasant Ridge, where he Misses Hattie and Marie will be engaged in farming. 'Gip" ia two of Short Creek, Grayson county's was almost impassable, hsa been a s gentleman in every remoat popular young ladies, are vis- so graded down as to make a good spect, and will be greatly missed by in the roadway. . iting frienda and telativaa our people. Beds' neighborhood. MUsLutie Lea. Owensboro. . who Mr. L. B. Stevens has purchased has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. Mis Lute Walker, who hu beta G. Hardwick. fer. several days, re- Mr. W. G. Hardwicks interest in the doing Stenographic work in the law turned to her home Monday afternoon City Meat Market and Mr. Hardwick McHenfy offi.ee of Mtum. Taylor She waa sompanle4 by Mrs. Hard- - has purchased Mr. Stevens Interest tile past several montha, Itavaa wick, who will remain In Owensboro in the grocery store, thus the firm for for her home in the Vic existing between name, heretofore seveml weeks. tory neighborhood. Hardwick has been disia Stevens & A oertain lady on Market Street solved. They are popular young men Prof. Richard Foster will Uava Qttitean enthusiastic rose grower. One and all join in wishing them con for about the first oi September hot afternoon this week she could success. where he will enter Van have been seen, umbrella in one hand tinned Tens., derUlt Uolvenity. Richard ia one of and a hoe in the other, working her The gwxMfjT'of the papers of ouVmoat proWgyong men aad wMltW thaswiosaettfl stood the applkanGi for teachers certificates iftli many Irienda wish him mack at 100 degraaa in the shade. at the meK teachers anamination fttcocts in lite season ol the year when the haa not yet been completed. So far The prof C, M. Crowe, who baa just sarawM Mi raapata andnsawwmla out of the graded papers of forty-onapplicants there have been issued closed a very successful ten months approaching and we wish ta call the of tha people to the fact tha nine firtclas certificates; six second attention nchool at peda, lclt Monday for s five and twenty-onhid , whew kt enter tU Cew1 w are prepared to give, them In this, class; At the examination In aM ef enr Knee, the very failures. Normal College. Charley la a sa well aa tra! Daviess county the same time there doae student and his success aa a heat bargains. We handle the re applicants and there .. Mwned ' Champion and Deering were ia already scholar and educator mowers, reapers and binders. Give were Issued two 11 will ntnm tha lattar twenty-fivt eleven third TaymCo., ofAngtiat and teaehiW fall term 9f us a sail. and thirteen failure. Beaver Dam, Ky, fktWMtHVlHf Moot, J k, E.J. Williams, Rockport.died nesday in charge of Capt. Daulley Prof. T. C. Buford, of Lexington, Parrel I and Engineer Ky., State Grand Master of the Grand Sanderson. United Order of Odd Fellows, delivered a lecture in the Methodist church An interesting Sunday school was recently organized at the Christian in Hayti Wednesday night which will Church at Fordsville, with Miss1 Alice long be remembered by the people of Brown, Superintendent, and Dr. E. that place. Prof. Buford is traveling through the State visiting the lodges. W. Ford, Assistant Superintendent, The principles of Odd Fellowship and Miss Sallie Brown, Secretary. will never suffer while he has the H. C Pace was arrested Monday on fostering of them in hand. the charge of swearing and using The young fellow, Cotton, who was abusive language on the street. He serving out a sentence of imprisonwas tried in Police Court Tuesday, which resulted in a hung Jury. His ment for stealing ,a suit of clothes, volunteered his services when the case will come up again Monday. other prisoners were brought out to The opening of the celebrated Sul- work and for several days made an phur Springs, of Ohio County, will excellent hand. In cleaning off the occur night with a ball. Court House yard, trimming the A grand time is anticipated. Mr. trees, whitewashing the fence, Webster Cate has charge of the etc., Cotton worked like the proverbiSprings and will make it a noted al 'whitehead." But he, by some summer resort. arrangment or other, was put to setEngineers are engaged in surveyting out tobacco on a farm near town ing the lot at Beaver Dam prepara- and finding escapeso easy he silently tory to removing the division of the stole away and has not been heard , C, O. & S. W. froru Central City. of since. The yards and shops will be moved Something New, soon and this means from 50 to 300 The lightest thing out is the foot cut Chain Drive 4 men added to the woxkingmen of the Mowing Machine and also repairs at county. Let the good work go on. maCarson & Co. are having their reduced rates for all kinds oi chines on hands at J. W. Ford & Co's., elegant store handsomely papered and otherwise improving its looks. This Hartford. is one of the most popular firms in The Republicans of Rosine voting Ohio county, and are always improving their stock and general appear- precinct are requested to meet at Roance around their store. Messrs. sine on Saturday, June 16, 1894, at John E. and M. Bean are doing the 1 o'clock for the purpose of organizaR. C. Jarnagin, tion. work. Committeeman Rosine Precinct. Messrs. M. H. Thatcher, Circuit Clerk, of Butler county, and R B. Well Hc Hu. Morgan-towMorehead, photographer, The elegant floating studio is now passed through town yester- at Rochester and will remain till July, day evening on their way to the 4th guaranteeing the most artistic meeting of bicyclists at Owensboro. work. If you should find it not such They were on their wheels and made 1 will consider it a favor for you not the run from Morgantown here in to accept it and will cheerfully return your money, will make Cabinetsat 3:05. Tom Hayden, colored, of Echols, the following low prices: One dozen $S came up Saturday to play in a game 1.50 Half dozen of base ball between the Hayti base Also Picture and Easel back frames ball club and the Taylor Mines colored nine and during the game Sheriff almost at your own prices. Call and H O. Sciiroctbr, Prop. Stevens pounced upon him with a see. First-clerk Mill-waukn, Business College BOWLING GREER JV f --A- SOUTHERN 77"tJ3Le3L! Butter and Eggs at ouce at Tracy & 6000. Mr. F. O. Austin, Beaver Dam, was in town yesterday. ESTABLISHED IN ten. SISISSBII IflPJSVII BUSINESS COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL. The ffreat Business Tralnlnx School ol the South. I EniHsh, Teachers', Scientific, and Classic Boo fc. keeping Short-hanTeegnphy. Typ - 1 Courses. Music, Art, and Elocution provided anytime. and Penmanship. Pupils can enter at I for. Low rates of board, and tuition. Send for Send for catalogue. catalogue. OSKRBY BS06., Propn, Bovllng Oreen, Kj. Ooum desired. AddrtM C'hnrrh nncl Nundny School. On the 20th of this month it is proposed by the Missionaries of the Daviess County Association, (Taylor and Cox) to organize a Baptist Church at old Concord, about five miles above Hartford. The Beaver Dam tent meeting in charge of Revs. Kerr, Jeffries, Martin, Felix and others closed last week but not until the people of the town were shaken up religiously as they have not been for several years. A Methodist Episcopal church was organized but we tailed to learn the number of members. The preaching of. Rev. Kerr, and in fact all the ministers was able and the people of Beaver Dam will always remember them kindly and welcome their return. Rev. G. W. Terrell, of the Owensboro Christian Church, will preach at the Court House here Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. Everybody is cordially invited out to hear this able divine. The revivalat the Methodist Church closed Tuesday night. The time for holding the meeting was unfortunate and for that reason was not as successful as could be desired. The preaching of Rev. J. W. Bigham, however, was as able as ever heard in Hartford, his sermon last Sunday at n o'clock was especially commented upon as an unusually able effort. On Sunday night he preached at the Court House to men only and notwithstanding the fact that the meeting was but little advertised a crowd of three hundred men, young and old, gathered and enjoyed one of the best sermons ever delivered in the town. The speaker dealt sledge-hammblows against sabbath breaking, swearing, licentiousness and other forms of sin and vice, with a rapidity and dexterity seldom equaled. The good broth er completely captured the hearts of Hartford people and the seeds of good he scattered here by his stirring appeals will bear rich fruit in the future. It is the earnest desire of the people irrespective of denomination, that at a time when circumstances are less unfavorable that he may return and again labor in this part of the Lord's vineyard. Mention of the Dedication of Rocky Valley Methodist Episcopal church, Sunday a week ago should have been made in our last issue but even at this late date a notice of it is duo. Theliltle flock have been struggling along withthejbuildingof the church for some years and have only lately been able to complete the house which by the way is a very pretty and com modi ou 8 one. Iast Sunday a week was the day set apart for the dedication and the day was perfect. d in the A large crowd gathered morning enjoyed an able sermon by Rev. D. P. Kerr PretUtog Elder of the Green River District in thegrovc. After the morning hour asuraptous dinner was served by the good people and everybody enjoyed hlmstll hugely. The entire balance of the church debt about $75 waa raised and in the evening Rev. Kerr preached the ded cstory sermon In the house. Ills ef fort was a very able one. It was rati-- I mated that from 500 to too people I were in attendance. er The Pleasant Ridge Meeting of Baptist Preachers and Deacons(begin-nin- g June 26th, should be made a grand occasion. The place is centrally located, and accessiblebygood roads and in many respects, what its name imports, PtHASANr.lt is a new church which has never had the pleasure or opportunity of entertaining one of our popular meetings, and they are prepared to do it grandly. Why should we not have a good and profitable meeting? ThisorganU zaton has done more in other days, forithe improvement of our ministry, unification of our people, and their education in Baptist doctrines, princi pi es and practices than all others on earth, but since new men who have enjoyed superior advantages, have come amon us.it seems to be regarded lightly by both preachers and people and is fast losing its hold upon the great heart of the denomination. The few preachers remaining among us who were mainly educated in Theology in this meeting have become old and infirm, and are letting go of denominational affairs, while younger men who have or, are enjoying better advatages, seem to care but little about it, insomuch that the "Daviess County Baptist Ministers and Deacons Meeting" is fast coming into disuse. The older preachers have less need of it than any others, while youuger preachers have little care about it, hence it follows that unless a !etter interest. can be awakened we will finally have to abandon this old and beloved organization, which has done so much for our cause in the days gone by. The names and the memories of many of our sainted brethren are associated with its history, who now "rest from their labors and their works do follow them." The approaching meeting at Pleasant Ridge afford a favorable apport unity for a revival of the interest and a reorganization of the life of this institution, which has dispensed so many blessings among us in the days that are gone. Will not our preachers, deacons and people rally once more, that all may see another old time meeting at Pleasant Ridge? Comebrethtren, come. time-honored Pletant Rllr Meeting-- , QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE. Beaver Dam DEPOSIT DINK At the Close of Business on 23d day of December, 1893. KESOURCE3. Loans and Discounts, less loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 600,00 Overdrafts, secured . . , 1,412.00 Overdrafts, unsecured , , 568.48 Due from National Banks 15,759.11 Due from State banks and Bankers 108.00 Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 Specie I1398.97 Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried as cash 50.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Taxes paid I34.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 ... .... . .443.67 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.in cash $25,000.00 Undivided profits Due Depositors 6,312.33 48,830.36 DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 50.98 $85,443.67 op Kkntucky, ) County ok Ohio. Jss John H, Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing busines in the town of Beaver Dam,in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said l)ank at the close 01 business on the 23d day of December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and beliefjand further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the abvc report is made .in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretory 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 H. Barnes, the 30th day of December, 1893. SiiRtnv Taylor, Dep. County Court Clerk. I. P. Barnard, President. R. P. Hockrr, Director. . . . State first-clas- Naak-vill- e, bUr e If. Don't HmnWr Everybody invited th 23d of June to the Fair Grounds Masonic barbecue. 3,000 people wiljbe there and J. C. Riley has paid the way for every man, woman, boy and girl. . ' G. J. Bean, Com. ' m t m ! KwUi Van A trip to Louisville and return. A ticket to the Revolutionary Spec- tacle, Americus, and a chance to $300 in gold, all tor $3 from Hartford, Ky.,' on the St. John's Day League Excursion June 25th. for the benefit of the Masonic Widows' and Orphan' Home Via. the CO. &8 W.R. R. Tickets now on sale by the agent of the C O. & S. W. Railroad, and as the chance to win premiums aggregating $1,000 Iri Gold expires on midnight of June 33d aod coupons should be forwarded to the Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home at Louisville by that ttmer tickets should be secured at once. For further particulars see advertising bills or call on the agent of the C. O. & S. W. Railroad. T. B. Lynch, G, P. A, J. S.Colrman, Pastor Pleasant Ridge Church, er. Nolle The Republicans of Bartlett and Heflin voting precincts are requested to meet at their respective voting places on Saturdayjune i6,to select a committeeman to represent them in the county executive committee. By order ot the Ohio county Republican Executive Committee. 15 Jno. II, Barnes, D Gupfv, J. I C'rsMv U.N. Omen W A GinsoK, Secretary. Chairman, J. L. Carson & Son, IWLD81S Store room, only o icr month. The L. B. Bean, old stand, best location in town for grocery or tetd Careful Estimates made on all store. Address, pentering and Building. Terms L. B. Bkan, sonable. Hartford, Ky. Hartford, Ky. tf UftJUflfft. WHEN YOU CO TO GALLON Por Veal. i mmcTois. Carrea- 0WENSI0R0 WORMS! C.Theo.Cain, fir the sityfiMortJjffe. Dan-vll- & third-clas- e You can rot afford to be without 'Hie .once, aa--- fifty-on- e ift e seeond-cltsa- Hartford Republic Subscribe at an. YfilUlulE HUB Mfl Ml ArOfflt evtnMflMve EVERY Hsesee fcy WHITE'S MEM fat and Jfejf Ariulic, Worh 8rrfsl4U. A Frt&rumdt.fltmm 637 FOR SO YVARS Ml thlrd-etaa- a I0TTLE GUARANTEED. OLD JCVKRYWHKJUC. ISWfc mm .. ifc goal bilck store rr Mewl, house: in Matt-for- d, Ky, Will rent cheap. to J, W. Ford or T. J. Smith. Apply 43 4t pwn'IWjMIW'wwitiiaiwuiptwm H'iih .i TrOTwT'"T,pNvri''w','r4""i iTTftilffi 1fntmjr :saA0KHI6bM Hartford .Republican I'll I DAY, JU.VK.M5. I894. wiOTEcrrox equity. HOW A GREAT NATION GUARDS SUBJECTS' INTERESTS. II10 Vcitro tif ITS ritnu1it, by llrr JIt l'rotnl-unlUin ntfttlvIH I rlbut to th rintrcthe lrlnrlilr Tlie iirp ruunrta it tlnu of lrorlly. Minister Vitvr, iu lulrtiwwinir tho Cumuli an puilinmciit, said: "Tho fact that you havo a country which is not In ltd iiroM'iit condition nhle to com leto with tho Kcncrul iii(lntrirfi and competitive jxhvws of tho world hhows it U iiwesmuy tlmt your jwoplo slinll haro lulvniitAgo ground upon which themay collect their forces upon which they may deploy their industrial activities, upon which they may gain experience, and in which they may get skill, and tho object of a protective tariff in itfl initial fltagcri is to give that advantage ('round." Tiio lK'Oplo of Canada may well bo j roud of her protective tariff and tho muo foundation ujwii which Mr. Foster U building. Hero ia a confession that Canada is not able to compete with other nations namely, lauuder present condition' bor conditions and trnus)OTtatiou con- time for tJlvrMfiug their Industries, for udng tho vantage ground upou which to collect their leservo force, and by which they may extend tho industrial occupations so that Texas and Georgia may Jeld tho hiiuq profit to agriculture that it now yields In Pennsylvania? Some one may doubt that there exists n difference lu tho agricultural opportunity of tho farmer earning a greater iinionut In ugi cultural states than In those of diversified industries. Tho following Minimnry may bo of great interest upon this topic: In Texas tho average farmer receives ivs an income $100; i" Pennsylvania maktho average farmer receives ing it difference of $07 annually In favor of tho farmer who lives in a community of diversified industry as against tho farmer who lives in a purely agricultural counnunlty. What protection is intended to accomplish is to diversify all onr great domain until an equality of importunity is created by a diversity of Interests, which eau only bo brought to pahs by tho maintenance of tho protective system. tlcflVrnonlnn GIT OUT 1 Somotimos WoBoliovoSnako Storios, but Thoro's a Limit. Till to the Our Touch cm 1'rrlly Ilouiiitnry I.I no It May ItisNer. lug We U'rro Nut There nuil (tin Niirrnlor li n 111 i'tt Mini. Thomas Jefferson, the father of slmon pure Democracy, was a man who appreciated to tho fullest tho Importance ol national prosperity, ainltlmta.su nation wo could not hope to prosier unless we developed tho resources of our own country aud bccaiuo producers. ditions. Tho remedy for this unequal condition of trade U protection, whereby advantage ground is possessed; advantage ground for n purpose; ground upou which the trespassing competitor must not come unless ho first pays a bum equal to the difference in cost of production, whereby his products cannot bo Fold in uoiupctitiou at ruinous rates. U)on this advantage ground Canada proiosos to deploy or oxtend her ludns trial enteritises, enlarging old factories and building new ones, attempting to make or manufacture everything possible, instead of relying upon others who in tho tiino of her need may refuse to By Industrial activity tho peoplo of Canada may diversify their occupations. Uxperieuco lu such occupations makes of them masters of th'eir trade, whereby they must eventually possess nil the hlill of the mott favored nation. What do tho people of tho United States believe concerning our national duty? Do wo need protection, or havo tho conditions which formerly rendered it iicccfesary ceased to exist? Senator Voorhees, whilo addressing tho United States senuto 011 the pending tariff bill on April II, touching this question of protection, paid: "Tho natural hcltklmess of tho n heart, prone to avarice and greed nt p.irks to ilr upward, has been educated, developed, fed, nourished, hero 011 American soil by tho itself until it now Mauds not only revealed but confessed tin a giant robber, a predatory monster, obstructing tho hlghw ays of legislation and challenging legislators themselves to stand und deliver. "Manufacturing interests which 100 years ago were indeed and in fact in their infancy and were nursed and fostered while yet in tho cradlo of their birth are now the colossal taskmasters of the wholo people, commanding tribute from every d.iy's labor liencath tho Min, haughtily htriding tho corridors of this capital uud their edicts iii tho tones of dictators for or against the enactment of pending measures in tho hu-mupam-imtint Kit used it." Tho above is hardly in Hue with the doctriuo enunciated by the statesmen from tho south who favor throwing down all barriers and tho unrestricted opouin up of American markets to European manufacturers employing pauper labor with tho absolute certainty of tho degradation of American labor. Omnipotent, Tho voice of Georgia 1ms now become tho supremo voice in pension administration, for is not the upioul of all pension matters to Hoke Smith of Atlanta, by tho grace of Grover Cleveland secre tary of tho interior? The Iqpul boards mo not abolished, but their power to ruto tho pensioner's disability a vital power for his protection Ih taken from them by ndmiuistratlvo order. And, after all, Georgia has carried her point. She is surely lu tho saddle, well illustrating tho apt Raying that there was a time when the boys were "marching through Georgia," but now is the time when Georgia is marching through tho boys. In a letter written in lUlOhoused the following language: "Experience has taught 1110 that manufacturer aro now as necessary to our independence as to our comfort, and 'f those who quote me as of a different opinfon will keep pace with mo in purchasing nothing foreign where an equivalent domesi'o fabric can be obtained, without regnrd to difference of price, it will not bo our fault if we do not havo a supply at homo equal to our demands and wrest that weapon of distress from tho hand which has po long wantonly the slief In tho United States senate 2G nouth-evotes put wool on the free list, while they only represent 21 percent of tho flocks of the wholo country. Two votes from the state of Ohio represent almost an equal iimulier as all the southern AVIiu Own halls of congress.' How btrangoly at variation aro tho statements of tho minister of finance of tho Canadian government with tho utterances of tho chairman of tho committee on finance of tho United States hen-ntel states, exclusive of Texas. The seven Pacific states represent a greater per cent of tho sheep and wool product of tho United States than do all of tho H)uthernt stotcs, except Texas, yet tho Pacific states have but two votes for protected wool iu the United States sen-atwhile tho southern states havo 32 votes, all for freo wool. Tho (Jlorlea of 1'rce Trade. Milliliter Foster in tho Canadian parliament speaks of protection as "advantage ground." Chairman Voorhees in tho United States hcnutu describes pro tection as "a revealed, confessed giant robber, a predatory monster." Protection is described by Mr. Faster in tho Canadian parliament as n field of opjHiituiiity upou which they may collect their forces, upon which they may deploy their industrial activities, but by Mr. Voorhees in tho United States senate It is an opKrtunityfor tho greed , "of coloNsal taskmasters of tho wholo people, commanding tribute from every dayH lalwr beneath tho sun." In tho Canadian parliament Mr. Foster declares that piotectlou brings to a nation1 'experience and skill," by which its peoplo may become equal competitors with tho people o'f other nations. In tho United States senate Mr. Voorhees declares that tho soltishness of tho people of the United States has been educated, developed, fid, nourished, jumpered by protection until they now stand as self coufessed ronton. By such comparisons as tho foregoing citizens of tho United States must feci a senso of tho humiliation mid disgrace which appear from our public iccorrts by tho utterance of demagogues who profess to represent tho majority of our people. Tho majority of our ix'oplu do believe with Mr. Foster of Canada that we own tho ndvautngu ground uud are not willing to sunonder this acquisition without availing ourselves of better Tho advantages claimed for Canada as set forth hy Mr, roster need no defense, but in tho United States tho dominant political paity in control of both house? of congress following tho lead of the chief executive, havo marked out a ourso directly tho opposite of that represented by Mr. Foster for Canada namely, tho throwing open of our markets either to nUvduto freo trade or to ruinous rates of competition. What is there in tho condition of our country today that gives any assuranco for Htu'h a movement on tho part of the advocates of frou trade? Surely wo havo not reached tho uemo of industrial development. Oil tho other hand, mo havo just entered the wilderness, of our publiodumain havo not !ceii occupied by tho earliest settleis for more than 50 years. If Industrial development was good for Pennsylvania and Ohio mid all Now Kiighmd; If 100 years of expciieucohavoi been neces.sary to bring these states up to a condition whero they muy in any degieeboablo to compete with outside couutxies In tho industrial enterprises of the world, what must bo said of this new cloimiiii just entered by tho pioneer whero for 1,000 miles 11 factory is unknown, u shop has not yet been erected, a vast wilderness to Ikj conquered not by agriculturists alone, but by all tho buay industries of that thrifty people, if that country or that empire is to bo given mi equal chance with tho older states of tho Union? Tho conditions existing in tho states of Minnesota, Kuumis and Nubraska aro feueh that all well informed )crbOiis understand the great need of those throe great commonwealths to relieve tho agricultural strain by diversity of industry, Jf thchUHtutca could In) dotted with factories, very much of the agricultural product for which a market U not now found would find a home market, A demand would be created at greatly prices to tho producer and fur nihil nt the same time thu cheapest living Two-thirds 1 Sir Edward Sullivan, uu eminent Englishman, asserts that 'since 1870 the value of lands and the income from farms have fallen from U0 to 60 per cent, but tho interest on tho mortgago remains tho same." Ho quotes Lord Derby as stating that tho losses of English landowners havo leeu 300,000,-00- 0 (equal to 1,459,800,000 in United States money), and ho estimates tho loshcs of tenants at f 000, 000, 000. Hundreds of thousands of acres have gun out of cultivation within 10 years. AH this in a glorious fieo trade country! Monry. A sound and stable medium of exchange. Wo demand that all moneys, Whether of gold, silver or paper, should fo maintained at parity and should have equal puichas-inpower In all tho markets of tho world, uud wo condemn all visionary schemes for tho inflation uf our currency aud consequent uusettH g of values or demoralizing commerce. Prosperity. Tho govcument receipts for March, show a decrease of d, 200, 000 as ugalutt the mouth of March, 180U. 18SU, lliifclimiit Improving. Tho receipts of tho United States for tho nine months ending March !!0, 1801, show a loss of $70,000,000 as compared with the samo month of the last fiscal year. Tho Canadian farmer has no doubt that tho tariff is a tax on him. He bus to pay it iu order to bring his products across the lino mid sell them In the American market. BOOK-KEEPIN- G Shorthand and Ponmanship. We have iccently prepared Hooks on the above, especially adapted to "Home Study." Sent on 60 days trial. Hundreds have been benefitted hundreds of dollars by ordering our publications. Why not you? Should you later decide to enter our College, you would receive ciedit for the amount paid. Pour weeks by g our method of teaching old plan. is equal to 12 weeks by the Positions Guaranteed under certain conditions. Send for our Free illustrated 96 page catalogue aud "state your wants." Address J, F. Draugh-on- , Draughon's Practical Prcs't. Business College aud School of Shorthand and Telegraphy, Nashville, 600 Students Teun 11 Teachers, F.nter the past year. No vacation. N, B. any time. Cheap Board. We pay $5.00 cash for all vacancies stenographer, teach as ers, clerks, etc , reported to us, provided we fill same. book-keepinbook-keepers, ' ForNnU. A good second hand cart. Call at this office or address tlicKui'UiiMCAN i;xciiancu;.J remember once,M said- - the big d 111 111 with a mild manner and a dreamy voice, alter the drummer had finished a pretty stiflTsuake story, 'I remember once when I was up in the unexplored regions of the upper Amazon, I had an adventure with a ' boacondu and "The boaconda," explained the dreamy in in, pleasantly, "is a snake unknown as yet to most naturalists, and it is n cross between the auacon da and the boa, with the remarkable peculiarity that it hastwo heads Uke its congeners, however, its bite is not poisonous, ami it swallows its victims. As 1 was saying I had an adventure on one occasion with ons of these monsters which l think I sha'l not boon forget. One morning I had gone into the forest with a native to hunt, and in the course of my rambles I siw a beautifully hued bird of the family in a tree and shot it. The binl caught in the branches, and my attendant having become separated from me, I concluded to climb for the bird myself. When I had- reached the lower limbs with my prize I saw stretched on one ol them the large-sizeboaconda, with its four wicked eyes watching me. "The shock o! this sight was so great that I started violently, lost my balance, and lell from the tree, lighting full upon my back with such force as to knock me entirely senseless. How long I remained in this condition I do not know, but when 1 recovered I lelt as il my legs were in a vise, and being unable to move them I became convinced that I had injured my spine and was paralyzed After several ineffectual attempts to move I raised myself on my elbow and looked down at my legs. You may imagine my surprise, not to say horror, when lying close to my body on each leg, I saw half of each head of that dreadful serpent. Why I should only sec half I could not ex- plain to myself, and before I had time to investigate I had fainted. This was of short duration, and presently 1 was myself again and taking another look, I found the .serpent pent still there. Then I began to understand, and in a minute more I knew that the reptile had attempted to swallow me, lor on my hands and face I could feel the slime with which these brutes anoint their victims be fore they begin to swallow them. "Evidently this one had not been very careful in its calculations, or, possibly, had nrver attempted to swallow a human being, for it was plain to be seen that each of its heads had commenced on each ot my legs, and when that much of mc had been swallowed the remainder could not very well be, lor reasons not necessity to explain here. In any event that part which had been swallowed had stuck in the (wo throats, and while I was helpless the snake was in 110 better fix. What to do was now and having become somewhat accustomed to my position I was cool enough to think of some way to escape. While revolving various plans in my mind eyes iny wandered to one side, and there, in my reach, lay my with one load in it. The next instant I had hold ol it, ind the next I had slipped in another cartridge and was ready for war. I couldn't shoot the snake in the head unless I shot my legs ofi", but I calculated that its heart must be somewhere near the point ol the juncture of the neckp, which wasabout three feet from theend of the nose. Toward that point, then I slowly slipped the gun, aud when I had got it as fir as I could, I shut my eyes, breathed a prayer and let both barrels go. It almost tore the great body of the snake asunder, and in its death throes I was beaten around the bush in a terrible manner for a minute or two until I was thrown out ot reach In halt an hour I had recovered sufficiently to walk, aud I started back to the village with blood in my eye for that 11 uive attendant who had attended inc." "Did you find him?" asked the drum mer anxiously, as the story teller seemed alxut to stop at that point, "Arid did you slug him"? man. "No'said the dre.imy-voice"Providence did that forme. I mean,' he said, correcting hiiuslf that providence took the matter oiU pi my hands. On my way b.iek to the village I noticed a ltuc anaconda asleep by the pathway und, as I drove my knile through the head ol the sleeping reptile and proceeded to denude I observed, ns it of its iiitergument. it had swallowed a I thought, that lamb and was sleeping off the effects of it, hut what was my surprise when X cut into it to find within the body, the attendant who had accompanied mc out to the forest in the morning M man lookel The dreamy-voice- d piously up toward the ceiling of the smoker and was silent a moment, inquired the "Was he dead?1' man drummer, but the dreamy-voice- d seemed lost in thought, 'I long-haire- - d out its pludge.4." IK'ro is it verdict Masonic llnrlMMiu. from the high court of mugwuinpery. ' Don't forget the great Masonic since 1SS4, when the Weekly becuc tobe held at the Kair Grounds, abandoned Republicanism and took up 'June aj, 1891. Hon. h. 1 Little, ol the championship ofDcmocracy.it has Owensboro, will deliver 11 Mn sonic labored to the best of Its ability to lecture nt n o'clock a, 111,; also Opt. place the national government iu the S.IC. Illllnud Hon T.S.Tettit ate of that party. And now, alter pected tobe present and entertain the a little over a year's experience of uulicire iu the afternoon. KvcryMn Lodge in the county is invite Deuiocrntueontrol.the Weekly tacitly admits that ita eight ye ir's work for to attend and join in the procession, the Democratic party has been n bluu-- I which is expected to- be tlte largest der, and scores Democracy for its that ever uccutred in Hartford, There. will be a filie barbecue dinner and shortcomings The indictment of the Weekly other refreshments tomtit the occasion. The proceeds will go to repair the charges that party with extravagance, Masonic 11 ill with "responsibility for silver agitation and currency follies,' and, wor&e J. C. KiMSY.Ch'tii'nO J. A. CAKTim, than all, "now that it has an opporLouis (uNTii;n, Ax tunity to remedy the wrongs of Coin. J. A. Hknnktt, it is at the mctcy of J. J llo.AHTH, iu its own ranks." This is jAMr.S SUM.KNV.HK, .;. J. 1IKAK, tf the point on which the most stress Is laid. The Weekly scores the party for being unsound on the money question and for failing to carry out the platform pledges regarding the tariff. Hence the Weekly sounds the call for "an open revolt In the party' in order to pass a low tariff hill tli.it will satisfy the platform pledges It declares that the pvty "en lntreiin the confidence o, the people until n adrebellion and a revolution occur in its organization." If the Democratic , . party, it aiitinuuces,"vil! not respon to tire dennn I for a reduction of duties," then "some other party must Pemulu llogulntor, take its place." And iu order to pretire inrfcctlv eulc und always re! in vent so lamentable a icstilt as the hie. lor all Irroguluritps, painful I hey Suppression Wecklyevidently thinks this would le McuM millions, the party must rid itself of its pro- - "ver tail tu ullnul a npi'cdy uml eer XO KXPKRIMKNTJiut .; tectionist leaders, Gorman, irill.liricc. ' n and all who believe as they do must' only A years ol expeuonec. Har-Uv- er ds COHSiiHipiSOII may be avoided. II comes from a germ thaljlakcR root and' grows only '& thb4Sy!tcm isYeakand Lungs are affe'dtddi r Seott'sr Emulsion ; w my SRg Oil, with.liypopliosplulcs of lime! and of Cocl'-livc-r soda, 'overcomes rJl. llie comlilions which malce consumption possible. PIim)isjavt$ the world over, it. , se i - j , 'tt rCbUKhs, Colds, Waak 'UuhRjIsuul Emnclntion pavo tho way for Consuniption. SCOTTS EMULSION euros thom and nuikui;lhoysioni blnun. Proparcd h S:ctt . Eawr.o, N. V. ?Druckts sell Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly Both Commercial. .papers one year for only $1.25, vance, in HORSE SENSE IN A AjLsr ,n rv ... 1.1 . It. ujm &. 1. ' 1 '&,v&vuy Mhwtr$xf. n lrfi&.W'n,AMA lf.t'Jj s Par:: pennyroyal pills m r, 0- . . jJtMKsyfcXw .or vn ivCTt-- iiii . THE WORLD'S FAIR I oil ". SJUivZg-JZffiFZyT;.- . N orieM implied direct irom mir The esteemed weekly, with true ' jjyC- - Price per niu'knyr, $ UU. or mugwump incapacity to modify its pin pnrknL'( $5.00, hy mull pnt-paitEVEItY PACKAGE HUAIU own UoKmaticism, fails tobeetlut (tor man. Hill, Urice, et id ouine genus, i Ai ivA'A), rurticulRrH (fc;tlel) 4c. have noted the tremendous change in All Corrotpondi'iiee jtrietlv Conti popular opinion regarding the tari'l, iletitial. PARKHEMEDY CO. B ilou, Miuh. and are trying to save the Democratic party from the people's wrath hy caus t lug its Congressional majority to tnrow over uoa ru the condemned iff utterance of iSfjo.nnd to pass a & liThill which is more or less . oe ncKsei. . alter j sUplM) ir fSp. kvZy: tt&rt&M '. sr ; -- - l. 4 ConmilttM', who ten lie HcCormlck No. 4 Stttt Howtr hi ttiu otil) ruUr uxhhUIuii field trlalft, In a Uut) Krttli of llmollii ntnl rUncr naltljii Ttio tlirlr otlirlal rxuti cttkltnc of l tu machine l tliii. ml f r fair comUttoti. i)cillnar "O 'T rent (ipurej Mi ordinary mocn re at teitt twenty (vnJ Mghtr In (out Ornft ulllt nn 4.cM4iwJrux. , Olicitney of itoi cert., tttildi lullrr -- iUArt;(r flfrtuu C3-A-Ijb3- OKT yysW &&M ' (IkUXiAAl ' 1 i ,:cC- nS,,,, :,:t iwilioi, they think may save their party; the Weekly is demanding a policy that will send it down to defeat ior ti gen . eration. Aim we are williujr to make a moderate wager that the uiugwum- piau advice of the Weekly will tut be taken thii year, at Ica&t , I ! ti.,. lilt !.., tllU IJHI3UUIU vuc ,. ....!.. S filark 11 111: StBitlo?, T '.. m'eS ainJors. Reapers and Mowers art built by the McCORMICK HARVESTING V"? CO., CHICAGO, and aro for sail wherever grain or grass Is grown. 1 J Tin rxtil" Hvv nni IltiKhrfct inarlilRCishouM tn The ltWinUklllio 1lutilt't draft, und nibl rfli-- lrriclcl yl fuller jel (Uitcrnl. Mitlal aunrill) Z. .- BUTLER, A&'T, FORDSVILLE. . The m.i cding Pactegrapher. - naimvdavs and restful nights re. suit from using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. alt the bodily (unctions and strengthens the nervous that worry and fatigue are com aratively unknown and life is truly enjoyed. It is certainly a most wonderful medicine. Why is a lawyer like a restless sleeper? He lies first on one side and then on the other. Why are your checks like a span ot horses, Mollie? llccausc there is one on both sides ol a wngin tongue. What is the difference between a cat and a comma? A cat has claws at the end ol its paws, a comma is a pause at the end of a clause. Why is a looster on a fence like a uickle? Head on one side, tail on the other. How can a man make his coat last? By making his coat and pants first. If your sister iell into a well why could tut a brother help her out? Because he could not be a brother and assist-he- r too. Why is a gun like a jury? It goes off when discharged. What is llie difference between a young woman and an old one? One is careless and happy, the other is hairless and cappy. Why did Joseph's brethren put him in a pit? Because they thought it was a gotxl opening (or a youu. tu in. Why are puppies likesomechjirches? They depend upon dog-ma- s for existence. If the devil should lose his tail where wouliTTiegoto get another? To a because there is where they retail bad spirits. Why are youn'g hdies at the break. iiig up of a pirty likearrows? Because they can't go off without a beau, and are in a quiver until they get one. What is the difference between the death of a birter and the death of a sculptor? One cuns up and dies, the other makes laces and busts, Why should the manufacturer of steel pens be prosecute for a felony? Because they make men steel pens, and then tell them they do right. Why is a small boy with a rent in his pants, like a preacher winding up Ilccau.sc lie's toward his a sermon clothes. bar-roo1 I iMUisI itt Uij dl16 lul SSi leOld Picturea Coined aud Enlarged A SPIiCIALTY. l0ai Ma!n Strcel- VnW nwEXsnmtn, c) bii. -i :.. Coxae to Hartford --TO SUE It so regulates TpHf TABLER'Spii H BUCKEYEJJlA Ilimumiu. 0INTim! A SURE and CERTAIN CUrtC known for 13 y&rs a a tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CURES HOTHING BUT PILHG. Mm MMM MMMMM Trfr4 RICTUBttfO BtDtClTK CO., B7. LOU. mhu.svh.m:, t. i.ouim a tex. it, u I SPRING OPENING OF C. L. u L? . 51 l.inii ) t M mu .'111. mu No.&S, m:ukiui,k in kkkkct nov.i, WEST HOUND. No.M,, iHlly.' . Illy. 6 24 H.07 31 9.21 S Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. Ho will have you MOXKY wll you n Huggy, up to t7.r).(M). 7.4 Wftl'olnt HraiuIfnMirK' Inln'm p -- ... m. Ml A.m. (M7ft.ni. 0.4 p. m. 7.wj. m. p. m. p. in. p. m. by Iluying from HIM. Will n.m. ft. lutiNjH.tt lo.'2-- l ni. Harney Lap l)utcrand Whip from 00.00 Cloftotl 10.14 a.m. p.m. . 9.16 p.m. p.m. Ilawfnillr ... .. Mill. in. 12: 16 1.04 double-barreledgu- Ltwhtport Hfottaullf UHOp.m. 11:Va,?n. KhMp.m. 11:11 12 n U. llriiilerip.M.MM EAST HOUND. l4i.n. .No. ni. U.tt p. ra. The Dayis Carriage Company lina tlio reputation of building the best Muggy for tliornnney ot nny Factory iu Cincinnati. 20a.m. No.M, Daily 62, So come and Daily. 7:15 judge for yourself. Kl ( !lfnl,p'on...... - . 8ittilU i)tuJw .entport llHwt-Mill- .. Cloterporl IrTinsfdin ilrnii'lciil'Urit Wt-Poiul a.m. 3; Up. in. 7.:t7a.m. 337p.m. 8.27 a. m. 4."ZA p. m, 9.W.m. 6.Mp. m S;aia. in. 6top.n fi.67 p. m, -- .. 10 ot a. m. 10 -- c m C:1' P Tn' u. UulMll!e a. nt. 7:06 p. m, ll:?-- a. tn. 71 p. m. is 5 p. m. 8 05 p. in, 1.00 p.m. K.oip.m. 11.02 WEEKLY vJ hew voias -- TRIBUNE i m AKD- pNjtlnit No. M and .No. b2 make connection a Irvlntftou (Kumlity exefptfil) with tralnnou Ixui and IU It., vllle, JlurliimUirir A ft Uiitii'l. For lurlber information, adJrciia et H.f, MOHDUK.Gen.IVrAg't. I ORE YEAR Get our prices on Job Wok b'iforc going elsewliere. Address all orders to fiuiTille,Ky, Tt ' t t' t - v 7''5Jt4TrrJ mmm AUanta, (Jo, and Opium HablU cured ut liumo with UAUTFORU Util'UliLlCAN, liartfortl, Kon tiick aM.WOOLLEy.M.l)L Oflico XM). WlUlehaUet d i feMa Th t town. great problem irltU Dr. rentier not to bring bis Golden Relief to euro ailments having so many (Hflorent name i, but to so tatt o) ti4 Its been ft I ( , You canrot afford to be without The once. AikithoM trouUtdwIlh nervoiitntu jcwltlnt from cri of overwork will U relieved I'Umg Hitter oeuubw Jfrotcu' Uu tradt tntrk wd crowed rwl Haw 00 wrapper. Tlt llrmvrmtlr Fnllnrc. TOMUH) 1II.AIHC.J Hartford Republic Subscribe at an. Seuralifo I'cruoui for tho artisun. What of tho great south? SI mil those great Mupirosof agriculture throw away t uAvuuttu:' f bor powwi at. thJ tl jtfMhiblo iron Harper's Weekly, the leading mugwump organ, lias a bitter editorial in its last number, under the caption, "The Democratic Failure." It begins with a Declaration that "The Democratic party hns had its trial and has failed, It 1ms been placed In coutrol of the federal government, and it has demonstrated Its Incapacity to carry tho peoplo would understand and believe it It really Is nspoclflo In one disease, TlZ.! Inflammation. Hut that disease has so many forms and names. Thusi Ily Us external application It cures any tootuacuo In ono mln uto. Any neuralgia or rheumatic pain In one to eight minutes. Any hcadube in 2 toB minutes. Any backache In 6 minutes. Cold sores on Ups, ono application, unearop cures an inuoicnt ulcer. Any cut, bruise, burn or rheumatism Jt cures at once and without soreness or matter sting. Can work with comfort while the wound is raw, Dy its Internal use, colic, or pain la Dyspepsia, relief at once. stomach, 5 minutes Radical eurVfollows. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, cures at once, florc throat, bronchitis and onsumptlon, when used In time, cure follows as surely as day,follQws the night. Peoplo nre beginning to understand and to talk about It J t searches 'out and cures Inflammation wherever H ritsU. No Inflammation, no nore throtij. ,W Inflammation, no consumption. No Inflammation, no swelling, uo pain, no toothache, ifiul ho complicated alter all. Con utns no narcotics or mineral poisons. Stfftf and certain. Ono tablespoonfuldoso cures Lu Grippe, Money refunded If satis-faotlo- u It never disappoints. Taktj horns a botUs not glrea. a toaJu. it rlii Llitrvti that want building tin. khiiulil IfcO linOU'W'l 1UOM ULTTKHI. MaUrU, .uuiit Li toU.rur ilcaltrs keep Jndlgst .Hii Uou mid nniomiKik. Alt represent It as that and Carriages, and deaf directly with are manufacturers (oif;i)jgaie8t.Cart,Surri he consumer, thus saving himlht jwr. pint usualtypaid to middle men. Our pdcet are reaa . We onable, and we guarantee satisfaction, t rn. , v Respectfully; MniCfl i!J.jaji" ii .t Owensbpro, Ky i woii' F. A. 'AMES ACQ. ""nas y timmmtMmtmmmm lMWMiM