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Pay up and onoyoarln Advanoo and wo will send you The Louisville Weokly Commercial ono yoar free. Subscribe at onco. Will show how you HAVE YOU 1AID THIS TAG stand with WE DO JOB WORK ? Ydt; VI. "re Bvery xc.lx3.c3.. emu or tie putt mm mmmm district. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1894. ANSWERS tucky, were mentioned the names of THE GLORIES. Patrick Henry. James Madison. Montgomery, Morrow and Beck. In answer as to who was the President otthe Constitutional Convention of 1890; were mentioned the names ot B H. Harrison; the dclegnte from Hardin county Horr, Anderson, Henry D. Mc Henry and J. G, Carlisle. In, answer to query; Who was elect-te- d United States Senator for Kentucky after the death of the Hon. James B. Beck; were mentioned the names of J. C Blackburn, William Llndsey, J. C. Blaine, Mr. Breckenridge. Montgomery, and John Young Brown. NO. 47. PROFESSIONAL CARD. IVORY f SCHOLARSHIP. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report o go Takoa IfjP jj99T 'J"VK-' From tho Recent Teachers1 Examination Subject of thi )ratlon Dollvor- od by H. H. lontgomory, of JOk, Ky.f at Meeting 0" June 1st And 2d. Hartfoj Comr OOAP TOR CLOTHES. qimm oa. own. In defining words applicants gave the following njiswera: Assay To prepair; tryumpa; to vinture; to remark; to contemplate. Assrnt Ode that assist; a mixture of metals; to melt; to attempt to do; to describe; to tell the truth; to remark. Juru noomont 1804. Co 1 1 A MAftTKHPIECK or ELOQUENCE. Mr. Montgomery had been chosen to deliver tlicSaattatory and delighted the large and appreciative audience tipJUflkpi,.. -- N thc moon KtCTOTH LmLHBBXdTTnapTiLLkwH CAIf I COPYRIGHTS. STAIH A rATKHY? Pari OMtMIMllUM HtMl bMlMM. CO MMSMftoUyaoMOTtkd. iMiRAMkotJ MlfMBT, ImmUt uSnta4to wort JErM br afca MrwliUot brtrt of ut wionuao la TKuxiT svenssmsa TO Cotton Belt Route LouU Bouihireiteru Ity.J (tit. Arkan: no ra to artr. raoswriH, wxuco OK INTERMEDITE POINTS. THE ON r,Y LINE With through Car Service from No change ot Can to Two Daily Ti'Aiys e Carrying through Coaches and Traversing the ftillman Sleepers. fib tat farming, grazing and Umber lauds. Aud reaching tho most tow at and citica ia the pro-per- ou Great Southwest. Yeilding FARMING LANDS. ahuudautiy all tho eercali, corn and cotton, and especially adapted to tho cultivation ot small Iruits and early vegetable. Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during almast the entire year, and comparatively clote to tho great markets. with TIMBER LANDS,-Cove- red alruott inexhaustible foreata of yellow pine, cypress and the hard woods common to Arkausaa aod Eastern Texas. Can bo procured no rearouable and advautageoua terms. ASI IlMeartitteefl alMOM Cotton Belt Rout Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for maps, time tablet, etc.. aod write to any o! the following lor all information, you may desire concerniug the trip to tho Great 8outhwest. Malvlta llh nntl tiavfiek BtT.G.MATTHIWS, Dist Pass. AgtM Loubqille, Ky. K. W. LaBEAUHE, G. I & Tkl. Agt.t St. Loujs, Mo. Gcn'l Bupt, Texarkaua. J. A. EDSON, Tx. i - ? ANYWHERE 1 EVERYWHERE! a yuawii xounttON TtCKBTa) vm p. WaMnMMi ft wni lk H vwTM aj XtAXCStOJtwXf Te the tartaga aa4 MhrUIm tf Vkf4t4a, Ta Dm Lake aaa Watia af taa NMib, i a aao aaaaaara aaa an vvasui. TO.Mkk.THE PfIHEUT RESORTS INTXa MITEI STATES Ml OUUil . am wau. as to rum Anoy tnmrof. BAWMV flntXVM, wunxjroaW PauMU for UHr aodjftL iraom, vuux aa4 fnuvM, HKhftU, H KcoaMJe s SJJJ W11S: V g alaltoM icttlt i, wSuiaC - wtntMsoMtoLoata- Bwpomna atrip l aay dkMMM nam v wmf W99 wm CtMaavaaw. ay , Il ta feraUM o ff " A ianraaaani - at M-- i.T.aaaiaaaaL T ' I. a-- y , "'-- - ivvtujar. 'IflSflfeav 75Sah-- av. " JCh4tmrt a. J. LXLTat-pr, with one of the aftlest efforts ever deHAETFORD, Ky. livered here. He is a rising vouiie: To retire; to quit; it isone DKCKASft (Office, off r Andron lUs&nr.) man, and whilem Hartford made a through which every aspirant may Swells from the vales and midway who is left by death; to stop; one Will practice tfieir profession in all leaves the storm. host of warm friends, He spoke as triumphantly enter and enrich himself a person deprived of life; to the courts of Ohio and adjoining counSpecial go out, to leave: to pass away. with its sparkling pearls of gleaming Though round its breast the rolling ties, and court of Appeals, The editor of an exchange lives in follnWH! clouds are spread Ladies and Gkntlkmbn. Dnvisft Evil; to admit; one to a house between a church and a dancYour Truth! Fit messenger of the goddess Eternal sunshine settles on his head." attention given to criminal practice and collections. whom a tying is devised; manner; to ing hall. One night there was a meet- presence here tjils evening isa splend- of civilization it has stood on thc In whatever profession or vocation id manitesUtioiyif the fact that you loity Andes and unlurled its snow-whiget up anything. ing at the church and a dance at the his lot may be he nses in proud supebanner in the breezes that blow riority above his less fortunate rivals. Allow 8 d An opportunity; taken hall, and the editor sat on the veran- believe in the great aphorism that da and jotted down the words as he education and religion are the corner- over both oceans. It has infused new If it be at the bar his forensic ability with. (JT AW into the German philoso f Afkct To nib oat; to forgefrfd fjteanl them, as follows: "I,et us pray stone o'n'wniciiests the magnificent dirts across theintellectnal zenith with overcome to take effect; to alter or choose partners O.Lord all salute temple of our national importance. phy and supplanted the mythology the brilliancy of a meteor in a raid-nigwe beseech thee to join hands and The great question that now engages of ancient Greece and Rome with the control partially; to make an improve nAKTFonn, ky. sky, eliciting the admiration of Wih practice His profession in Ohio ment; to injure; to interrupt; being draw near circle to left listen to the minds of the thinking people-- of "poetiyof science". Its rays have all who know him. If his mission be our country is how shall the illiteracy imparted a new glow to the sunny to blow the silver trumpet of the and adjoining counties, and court of affected; to stunt or move; red eve; to us first forward and back as we Anneals. cast; to bring about. all promenade kneel before and of the republic be decreased to such plains of France, warmed the shoresof gospel of peace he lenders the pulpit collections. Special attention given to Office cast side of public Alludu Not anything; imagined; balance all present our petition-gr- and an extent that this government which the Baltic, and scittered the ominous synonymous with elegance of diction square. right and left for Christ's we are always delighted to defend clouds of feudalism that once darken- mid profundity of wisdom. If his to cast reference or reflection; the present tense of alluded. sake seat your partners." The ed- may rest on the solid granite pillars ed all Europe. In fact it has spread destiny be to fight the battles of his ETD.OUFFT. B.D.RINQO EiAJDK its salutary influence over the broad country on the floors of Congressional To distress; to flustrate; to itor was saddened at the degeneracy of cultivated and developed intellectGr1lf3rSE ZRlng-o- , erase; to relate; to pull down; to give of the town and went off and joined a uality. This beauteous ultimatum earth from Afric's burning sands to halls his unerring sagacity makes it can be reached only through the suc- ItalyVclassic clime, from Norway's his proud distinction. out; to issue from; to adhere; to listen. base ball club. 2,rifbrd, 3Cetto3cy. Essay-- A cessful efforts of the schools and col- frozen limits to Fuego's distant shore, writing, a composure; ol listening Senates to Will practice in all courts of Ohio until the remotest corners of the globe "The applause leges of the land, and these benefi-ceto write br speak on a subject; ia command and adjoining counties, Superior Mr. Virgil Miller wishes to inform institutions can be sustained in have felt its vital touch. something to get yourself and read in The threats of pain and ruin to de- Court and Court of Appeals. Colthe people that he is through setting their sovereign efficacy only by the spise But an attempt at the enumeration public. lections and all legal business attend-e- d tobacco. of the glories of scholarship is utterly To scatter plenty o'er p. smiling land Reading What is articulation? hearty to. Office 329 E. Market St. and earnest enAnd read his history in a nation's Mr. D, A. Miller visited his daughfutile. What prizes hang glittering couragement ot the great class of Answers: Is putting some stress eyes." people which you so ably at a thousand goals. Everything on one. word, or the upwatd or down- ter, Miss Alma Miller, of Lewis port, R. R. WEDDING, Nor does the beneficent influence of represent Therefore, we indulge in beautiful, everything sublime, every- the harmonious development of his ward slide of the voice; Articulation recently. Misses Amble Ford and Nancy no cringing adulation when we ex- thing is to give to a word or group of words glorious in mental faculties stop with the narrow ics propper meaning; articulation is Smith were the guests of Miss Hal lie tend to you, in behalf of man's achievements is but an efful- limits of terrestrial existence; but Bmlver Dam, Ky. HaitfordCollege, a welcome to these gent display of cultivated mentality. when the moderation of the voice, caused Miller Saturday night the last wave of time shall Will practice bis profession in all Mr. Minor Haynes and wife spent exercises, open, broad and treel On "I know of no more exalted posi- spread its snowy foam over by the shape of the palate mouth his whit- the courts of Ohio and adjoining an occasion like this when we see tion," says Cicero, "than to claim a ening head, and Sunday, the 3d, with their grandtongue etc the sound of the last counties. AJso Notary Public. sd. Name the chief faults in artic- mother, Mrs. Agnes Stewart, at Black- around us so many young ladies and high place in thc empire 6f knowl- trump shall echo in his ears the young gentlemen just issuing from edge," ulation Answers The wrong posi- ford. memory of a life well spent will dispel Then since the mind constitutes Mr. Emmitt Haynes was kicked by college life, just stepping, on the vertion of the speech organs; most of the the gloom of the grave and soothe readers do not articulate with accusa- a horse Sunday, but not seriously in- satile stage of human 'action, just en the majesty of man there is no glory aud soften the pangs of final disolu-tio- n jured. but intellectual glory, and this must tering the threshold of actual tion. with a delightful transition; and Miss Mary MetcaU, of Fordsville, is where in the great battle of come directly through the avenue of 3d What inflections do you use in HARTFORD, KY. with the aid of the magic wand of life the victory must be won or the which we speak. visiting Misa Edna Ford. interrogttive sentences? Answers Will practice his profession in all love it will span the abyssmal chasm What a glorious spectacle the Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Miss Alma prize lost, we nre carried away on The influence of asking questions; stygian depths and safely triumph- the Courts of Ohio and adjoining they commence with a capital and end Miller, of Lewisport, visited relatives "Fancy's fiery car into the arena of knight of scholarship presents in his antly guide him into ultramundane counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to here Saturday and Sunday. the future, where so many great princely domain. His soul is like an realms of perennial green. with a period and interrogation. collections. Office, in County AttorWe are very sorry to report Mrs. destinies lie shrouded." Dismissing Aeolian harp whose fragile strings Composition Write a page on the Though the glittering rays of "The ney's office, in Court House. material resources of KentuckyNo. Andy Metcalf, who is very low with the fact that great dangers lie hidden resound in entrancing melody to Glories of Scholarship" in its broadevery breath of Heaven in the numerous Kentucky is a beautiful State in consumption, no better. i; of life's His armor is girded on for battle, est acceptation uow shed their precMr. Jo. Coan's little girl has a very rugged highway, we desire on the which to live; it Is most noted for its Perry Westerfield, -, bad case of bilious fever. and however fraught with difficulty ious lustre upon the favored few, we present occasion to look upou the nice railroads tobabeco factories coalMrs. Charlotte Pate has returned to brightest aspects that, the picture may the field may be to which duty calls hopefully look forward to the golden mines and still houses; it also has a good system ofschools; Uisthefomest her home in Whitcsville, after a stay present, aud this consideration has him he is prepared for whatever may dawn of the educational millennium Leaver Dam, Ky. led us to select "The Glories of Scho- betide. Look on the scholar as he when the whole ot the fair land ot state in the union; it ia known as the of two weeks at this place. periwinkle-strewMrs. E. W Lyons and family, of larship" as the subject of this brief wends his enchanted way adown the Columbia from the blue grass region. sparkling stream of literature whose borders of the great northern lakes to Anothrr says: For the existence Lewisport, were the guests of Mrs address. OT. thebeaute-flower-realLyons Saturday and Sunday. banks are exquisitely the sunlit orange groves of of human nature that is so unthankWhen we examine the subject in all and from the Atlantic's its beautiful unfoldings we are led to ornated by the blooming wisdom of storm-lasheful and selfish God has so ordained it Eillaii. coast to the golden sands AT LAWf remark with the immortal English ages. that we the citizens of Kentucky have Hall's Hair Renewer cures dand- dramatist that How superbly glorious with the of the Pacific shores, may glow in ragreat thc right to enjoy one of the diant splendor of the scientific blaze, material resources of any country. Go ruff and scalp affections; also all cases "Did sweeter sounds adorn our limp- eager hand of intellectual admiration Hartford, Ky. of baldness where the glands which ing tongue to pluck the glowing beauties of and her government be firmly planted abroad anywhere under the great arch practice bis nrofeseion in all Than ever man pronounced or angels Flora's fairy realm, planted by the on the everlasting adamant of the WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining of heaven and try where you will and feed the roots of the hair are not clossung," immortal hands of Pope and Hemans, mental culture of her people.and while counties and Court of Anneals. Sner. you can never And in the arena of ed up. We would fail to give the great prinLongfellow and Tennyson, and set the angered clouds of demagoguery lal attention given to collections. this life; a place that God has given unice over uarson x L'o. Bill Nye says: "Every newspaper ciples embodied in it the disposal with dewy diamonds of Heaven's may hurl their ruinous shafts, and more, man has, at some time in his business their importance demands, for schol- eternal truth; or to stem the majestic the darkening storms of political corAnothtr applicant says of Kenarship in itself is like the seven-hue- d torrent of Shakespearian grandeur ruption may gather their rolling tucky's resources: The material re- experience, met the man who takes bow of the vaulted firraanent; its and override the epic waves of "thunders, we may complacently, exHe sources of Kentucky consists of coal more papers than he can read. was in town last week. He paid 25 summit is the dome of the sky, its sublimity as they roll in ryth- citingly, triumphantly exclaim above But the coal iron ore and silver ore. rabrc importance than all the cents for an almanac, wiped his nose boundaries are marked by the far- mic measure to the mystic ocean of the wreck of Nations is of the away horizon, and the variegated col- the years, "Sail .on, Oship of State, leaving golden strands on other minerals combined furnishing on an awning, tried to blow out an electric light at the hotel, tried to or by which it is adorned is caught which unborn millions are destined to Sail on, O Union, strong and great! work for thousands of men besides Humanity with all its fears, from the morning the Ftand enshrouded in the mantle of furnishing work to lots of railroad light a cigar on it, put a nickle in thc With all its hopes of future years tear of earth, as it glows and delightful appreciation. e and roared beslot at the Is hanging breathless on thy fate. men. glitters in the sunbeams of the heav View him as he looks through the We know what Master laid thy keel, Now I must name thc iron cause the mail did not appear, wanted Kentucky. We to kick the cashier of the bank be- ens! Its perfumed oil feeds a flagging powerful telescope of antiquity dowjn What workman wrought thy ribs of ore that is found in steel, flame unextinguished by the storms the echoing corridors of the pregnant Who made each mast, sail and rope, have iron works all over Ihe state cause it closed at 4 o'clock and watch- 1001c- - of the ages andjighta life's terrestrial past upon the brilliant pagenant of store, nearly VU; at Ardra Mchenry andTc,cr",e sign What anvils rang, what hammers urney with its transforming hues the nations as they present in pomtng lor it to strike. beat, places. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. unfading through the centuries. In what a forge and what a heat, By pous array the elaborate panorama of Another writes: The material re Is prepared to do any and all kinds its maic touch thcunfinished picture the centimes, analyzing the potent Were shaped the anchors of thy hope! sources of Kentucky are rich and rrl.Awlnl Steal. Fear not each sudden sound and shock, of Dental Operations. Prices most on the dull and lifeless canvas seems and mysterious springs of action fiLI PERKINS. flourishing. It furnishes employthat 'Tis ot the wave and not the rock, reasonable. Office over Williams & inspired and the form almost throbs incited heroes in days, agone to deeds 'Tis but the flapping of a sail, "To tell you the honest truth, I am ment to many persons, who are beBell's Drug Store. coming better acquainted with the re sometimes afraid that we Democrats with the pulsations of vitality. It of daring. He throws around him Aud not a rent made by the gale; has caught the gleaming lightning the classic niaritle that Ctcsar wore, In spite of rock and tempest's roar, sources every year. Kentucky is fast are not altogether right. When I see In spite false lights on shore; of the mills stopped and from the frowning clouds and made it drinks trom the bubbling fountain Sail on, of fear to breast the sea, coming to the head ol the head ot the 3K nor the laborers idle or tramping turn thejxmdcroua machinery of hu- that slaked the mental thirst of Plato Our hearts, ourhopes.are all with thee; Union by'thc aid of its many efforts. 5,000,000 man industry at human bidding. It and Arhtotlc, listens to the reverberOur hearts, our hopes, our prayHowever it wilt take it some time to with Coxey, it looks bad for us ers, our tears, Democrats. I am afraid that we have has opened continents and reduced ating cloqunce of Demosthenes as it be come equal with the others. Our faith triumphant o'er our them from the thralldotu of benighted echoed through the marble halls ot History Where did Washington fooled the people. Our party feels fears' take charge of the army of the Colo bad. We took the country a year ago barbarism to places suited to the hab- Grecian temples, and bridging the Are all wit,h thee, are all with thee!" itation of christianized man. It has chasm of time still more he beholds nlats? Answer in 1861 at New Or- wonderfully prosperous. 'Everybody was at work. What driven away the lurid clouds of ig- in transports of delight the oriental leans; in Virginia in 1861; he took Ble4 r Hrdrhbaa. charge of it under an old Ell urn tree did we Democrats do? Why, we con- norance and superstition and demon- splendor that adorned the empires of The Louisville Post of last Friday vinced the Northern workmen that strated that Etna1 and Vesuvius are the Rnmase3 and crowned Babylon contained the following special from in Mass. of the pit, and that Queen of Cities. they were badly off. We told them not vent-hole- s What President was impeached? Hardinsburg: Mr, John Hunter, a Answers Andrew Jackson; Jefferson, that a low tariff would make things eclipses are no longer farmer and Behold him as he triumphantly very highly respected monsters but very natural and What do .you understand by, "To come in cheap from Europe and that glides over the rolling ocean of the contractor of Glendean, was bitten OFFICE OVER RED FRONT they would also continue to make the well behaved shadows. It has gone naturat sciences, cheered onward in three weeks ago by a mad dog, and the Victors Belong the Spoils?1 Answers right about charg; It means same things with high wages here." as With a lighted candle into every delightful voyage to the eyergreen on last Wednesday night he was Is prepared to de all kinds of that those .(hat are victorious in all 'Do? Why, we've got to let these nook, crook and .corner,' illumining strands of his destination by the joy- taken with violent convulsions and Dental work at reasonable prices. their undertakings get rich rewards fellows who shot into us atr Gettys- every mystery and explaining every ous breezes of popular approval, this evening at 5 o'clock died a very for their lator. burg sail the ship. We Northern intricacy that baffled the venerable rocked into ecstacy by every wavelet violent death. He leaves a wife and What U Civil Service? Answers-Trai- ning Democrats are out now. We are heads ot the ancient world. that ripples in his path and overrid- two children. One child wa also Among the many beautiful legends ing in and drilling for service; it sitting down in the hall, We are bitten, A genuine case of hydrophotriumph every white-crestePER MONTH means that what you arc engaged in mourning with Absalom or tramping of the ancients there is one that away billow that mounts in majestic sub- bia. confutes limity from its trackless bosom. is civil; th civil service is the civil with Coxey. Do you know what we back in the nymph-haunte- d In Own law for man to a bide by ot the mystic regions of mythical gorpoor Democrats need just now?' See him as he climbs high up the snub easily and honorably, without capiUnbtnrd ! JExcNratoa OflVr, Ia naming ten Governors of ges was a most splendid temple that rugged "No; what?" A trip to Louisville and return. A tal, during your spare hoars. Any man, mount of mathematics, woauu.boy, or girl can do tho work hand"Why, we need a few brains left outshone the sun itself. This temple towering in Alpine majesty in the ticket to the Revolutionary Specily, without experience. Talking un19 VOTT TMML DROWSY. was filled with more precious jewels fruitful fields of intellectual abstracg We tacle, Americus, and a chance to $300 necessary. Nothing like It for au' over by some' female seminary. before. kWora3tiaM- are getting desperate. I met a Re- than ever glittered in regal diadems, tion, until he mounts its dizzy in gold, all lor $3 from Hartford, Ky., always ever offered No time Our workers laava lata ol awaproauer. wasted ia more priceless treasures than earth on the St. John's Day League Excurlearning the business. We teach you la mwL xj 85 JJBtJSSK publican the other day in New York. had ever known. Its massive doors heights and from the He had whiskey in "Through vast immensity can pierce, sion June 35th. for the benefit of the a night how to succeed trial without first wlftk or wMkoai He looked bad. exhour. aUsalaaaa, oatUr his eyes, tobacco on his coat collar, were hung on golden hinges and its See worlds on worlds compose one Masonic Widows' and Orphan' Home pense toYou can make astart you, furnish yourself. Wo vVa! 18 OaMOJHU aaaaa M and corns on his hands and liver. aaT universe, shining portals had never been enterereryUilug needed to carry on the busivia. the C.O. &S W. R. R. ar Observe how system into system and guarantee you ed by mortal beings. )aoa jm aa h- aaked: Tickets now on sale by the agent of ness successfully, you but follow our runs, failure If But , securely hidden, somewhere What other planets cnchlc other the C. 0. & S. W. Railroad, and as 2alnst plain instructions. Header, If a avaV, aaaes aac ajaataiy 1 "How do .you Republicans feel m XTV aiaaUWa eat now?" I money, and near its coveted enimnce was a dia' l me cnance to win premiums aggre- you are In ueed of ready boat paying suns." want to know all about the ajpifss mond key withwikhthc fortnuafe Pr. norasni aTaaaaaa om4o Republican he said, "Glorious consummation to thus gating $ 1,000 in Gold expiree. on .ibualaei before tho public, send us your Taj6lsattaaa WT4 yt taaaW I've joined the Democrats, brilliant apart- stand I; the full light pf the blaze of midnight of June 23d and coupons addraaa, aud we will mall you a finder could unlock , you alt the particulars. TfcaV fcaW ITaaarsfr wa war. 'What for? I. asked. Why did you ments and carry aWy its untold rich- science, crowned with a halo of glory should be forwarded to the Masonic ahaiMaw.aaaaaateaaWalaaaTt TRUE CO.. Box 400, es. It .remained kjf more , .modern wrought by nis 'owtxsrtioas and Widows and Orphans' Hdme at LouisaaaatosatF aaat sajjaajaUay Kajr lav give up the party that made prosSaMBaaftSaaa. Saaaaaaa BaaaaOalL times to Interpret the. fabulous mys- from the cloud-frette- d Augusta, Mains. crest of the ville by that time, tickets should be SfaiUiaaaPoKar laWia lLaanaVBaZ perity and jain the Democrats? jajfwalaa. an aoaaawyw atayae ar aVC Chiinborazoof his own achievements secured at once. l"Wa41,'ai4 ke, I did It to dis- tery, and how beautiful the secmeU aaaaa Scholarship i the key of dia- look down on the verdant vales of his For further particulars see adver 7fkarV. awaiasi ta ai 1 ataaSMMia. ta grace an uncle of mine., kMy uacie Maay abased me, robbed we and insulted monds which has unlocked the pond- conauests below. He has not stoDoed tiling bills or call on the agent of the 4r broktn down ffomPersons or houaaboU overwork ' CO.'&S. W. Railroad. say wife, and I do it to disgrace erous doors of the glowing 'temple of where the millions stop but Iron Bitters " Brown's aids d lawtloa. ramus ax SaaaaaY aav'aaalA W S aftaaT laballda th tyrtau. T. B, Lynch, G. P, A, nature and opened wide its portals As some tall cliff lifts its awful form, asavruia.au4oufaaiaaitla. OaHhagsnniaai te life-bloo- d mi -- Baking Powder OWENSDORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offce, Bank of Comnfcrce Building. LAWYER, n, 8ciIrnn, J. H.H. W LTTLB, Weilillng-- . ABSOLUTELY PURE LAWYERS, GLENN & WEDDING, (TTflfilEY ht attorneys t gaw, nt Attorney at Law, i "i e, Lawyer Attorney at Law. by-pat- n fern-fringe- d d mom H. BARNES vl Mil-ton- ic J. R. PiRTLE dew-drop- red-oie- nt post-offic- ovcr-a-jeweir- y DENTIST 11- jiri i t one-thir- d Will tfcs DENTIST. 1 - V. vC 1 d 120 DOLLARS Locality raoncy-makln- Your Jl(?ln ty unwi ? Nt yi X 'I "I'saWa ng -- 1 ?SSalH ' r w. K r u "vV : ti. -- , K. .Ai..fJX V , ' iWtewjy ffffrujuii Wy itMjmxmmmwmm'vrwi,itt'mcviiwA,m"'rmmf )i""li'yyyr "" t TT N '"V" V IT 'S' " " JLMHULiJIU HI '" - aggHPWiiM "!': y "- w- in yi miii ip ,w t puytmj 'jawy1 av'i"i11 "'" iMfi11!1"; Kfwn''ir' ..fw WJ?Tasfchs-' J If 1; ' I j ! I J Hartford Itopublican PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY MORNING The lion. Walter Evans has been Re- nomiuated for Congress by the publicans of the Fifth District. JO. H. KOUKKM, Editor and Proprietor, Friday, Junk, 22. 1894, For County Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Kcown. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr, For County Attorne- y- E. P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C Daniel. For Jailer John V. dlack. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. MAGISTRATES. Bopublicau Tiokot. Election, !tov. t. u Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosin c C. h. Woodward, Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosin c Tiiomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Bufoni is pleasantly re the Republicans of Ohio county as the man who caught Sam Hill napping at the Court House here several years ago and ad miuistered tn him such a drubbing as the genial General will remember unto his old age, Sam Hill is by far a better speaker than Alex. Montgomery. Moral Lewis will make life miserable for the lengthy Con gressman from E'town from start to finish. Jonii W Lewis by mem be red constiiiilk: Thb Western Writers Association, a body composed of the leading literary lights of the country, meets at Warsaw, Indiana, next week, and a most anticipated. Miss Lizzie Walker, the fair poetess of Harttord, has been invited to as the guest of the Association. This is a compliment to the town and to the State and one accorded only to the highest talents. Miss Walker has accepted the kind invitation and leaves lor Warsaw. interesting session is at-te- ud ICE FOR SALE BY blacksmith shop by Carmeckle & Co. By the energetic effort of Renfrow Bros, three public roads have been opened up leading from important points to this place. A post office established nnd a wire foot bridge spanning Rough River is in course of construction. And last but not least the Narrows has a wharf at which the Steamer, Uncle Frank, loads and unloads its heavy burden of freight carried between this point and nines' Mills situated some miles below. The Uncle Frank is no toy but a genuine keel bottomed, hot water steamer, carrying a burden of 8 tons with 42ft of length and 16ft of width The new dam nt Ilincs' Mills makes the Uncle Frank independent of Uncle Sam's River nnd Harbor Committee. Our new steamer is manned by the following efficient officers ana" crew, Capt. and owner Frank Wilson. EngineerJo White, First mate Ans-leWadkins Wilkinson, Wharf agent John master nnd general Renfrow, Cook nnd roustabout Jim Carmeckle. Further information on application by Shamrock. m ' Ilepnbllrnn Cnnirtttln't In flrrfUrn. Ky.f June 18. The Republicans of Breckenridgc county met in the Court House Monday pursuant to call of the Chairman, to select delegates to the Congressional Convention at Lebanon nnd to the Appellate Convention nt Lcitchfield. The attendance was small. Hon. Charles Blandford was chosen chairman and Mr. W. A. Smith secretary. Twelve delegates were chosen for the Convention at Lebanon and instructed to vote for John W. Lewis. Tweive were also selected for the Convention at Leitchfield and instructed to vote for Judge B. L. D. Gufly as the Republican nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals. Judge Guffy, who was present, made a short talk. Resolutions touching the deith of John B. Hunter were read and adopted by a rising vote. Ron in Hood HvRniNsnURO. i THE STRIKE AND STRIKERS. r Good News From Deanefleld, Fordsville and Hamilton The Men at These Points Returning to Work. THF. WORST THOUGHT TO BE OYER, 1 onal. r m - BUSINESS INSTITUTE - r OF HAH.TFOR.33, HLHNTUOK.Y, lon-geetariap I j I The indications now are "that the and disastrous strike is at an end so far, at lost, as Ohio county Is concerned. An early return of the miners to work would be hailed with Joy by every patriotic citizen of the county, because when the mines cease operations the whole business life of the county is threat encd with a stand still, in fact, in a great measure, it comes to a dead halt. That is the state of case at this good hour and although the depres sion of business that is felt in this county is in part the result of the general depression nnd hard times existing through the whole country, et, a very perceptible part o! it is due to the fact that from three to four hundred miners are out of employment. It the mines start up in full blast the hard times will be half killed in Ohio county and every business will be improved. DKANKFIELD A Thoroughly Practical Institution. WAYLAND ALEXANDER, Pii D., i IWt Language, Mental and Moral Philosophy. WILLIAM FOSTER, Jk.,.A. M.t YicoTrrAl Higher. Mathematics Literature aud Natural Science. , h ? " f 0. M. SilUIrZ, Ph. B, Book-keepin- Mathematics and Euglitln E, B. PENDLETON. M. D.f Lecturer on Phtinlngy nud Hygiene. JUDGES WALKER A GLENN, Lecturers in Law Department. MISS MISS EMMA A:rMOSELEY,'B. Elementary Branches. MISS KATIE COOMBES, A t Tat B.? Klciiit'iitary Brunches and Kimlorgartciij MISS LUbAf WALKER l 8ALLIE M. COLEMAN,, j iiuungrnpny nun l ) utri!iiiigj MISS MARGARET NALL, IiiMromcntal Muric aud Voice Culture. r I iter Conn t jr. English Grammar, Arithmetic, History and Composition. Among the able men of the State none is more worthy of beiug called a typical Kentuckian than is the Hon. Jchn W. Lewis, of Springfield. Chivalric, honest, brave, conscientious, true, noble, possessed of a lofty ideal of manhood, well 'versed in law or Avrr.AUi. and statecraft and possessing power for jriMit: court announce We are authorized to of eloquence second to tew if any in Judge B. L. D. Guffy, the State, be combines all the requi Of Butler county, as a candidate for sites and qualifications necessary to the office of Judge of the Courtof Appeals from the Second Appellate Dis- the successful and influential Contrict of Kentucky, subject to the ac- gressman This is the man whom the tion of the Republican party. Republicans of the Fourth Congress iomtl District will name at Lebanon Democratic Ticket. next Wednesday as their standard j u nor;. for coram announce bearer in the coming campaign. to We are authorized E. T. Williams Elsewhere in this issue will be As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, found the announcement of Hartford November 6, 1894. College and Business Institute foi the mmmmm m school year of 1894 95. This instituHo, for Lebanon. tion has won a name and fame secoud to no other school in Western Ken. Tomorrow is the Convention. tucky. Its teachers are among the is thought the Tariff bill will be leading educators of the day, the It management is splendid and all that passed Monday. could render a college successful com If there ever was a party sick and bines to make it an educational cen- tired with the administration of a flairs Ler (ii far more mail urumarv menu of this nation it is the Democratic Th mo n,i women ,!, Um i party of to.day. educated at Hartford College are fillThe organization of the Hartford ing the highest and most responsible Commercial Club has infused new positions in the States of the West aud life and energy into the town. Every South. Those on the lookout for a business has felt the impulse of the place to attend school can make no better choice than to come to Hart geueral awakeuing. ford. Already enough couuties have One of the best things done for the instructed their delegates for Hon. advancement of education in KenJohn AV. Lewis for Congress to insure his nomination at Lebanon next tucky iu recent years is the establish ment of the State Reading Circle for Wedneaday on the first ballot. the teachers. The course comprises a while enjoying the work on Pedagogy, one on Liter Republican?, big Masonic Barbecue at the Fair nture and the official State educationGrounds along with the al paper. White's School Manageother good people of the county, do ment aud Skinner's Folk Lore are not forget the convention at the Court ine oooks adopted lor the ensuing year, beginning with the first of House at one o'clock. August. Agreat advantage to teachTun Republicans of Breckcnridge ers is found iu the fact that the ques county iu Convention at Hardinsburg tion? on the Science and Art of teach- last Monday instructed their delegates ing iu the examinations for 189) will for John W. Lewis for Cougress nud be taken from the work on Pedagogy Judge B. L. D. Guffy for Judge of used by the Reading Circle this the Court of Appeals. And still the year. Each County Superintendent good work goes on. is supplied with blanks for the enroll All interest centers iu the Grand ment of names of the teachers who Masonic Barbecue for to morrow. The will take the course. Who will be object toward which the proceeds are the first Ohio county teacher to send to be expended are among the highest in his name? nND FORDSVILLE. TRACY & SON. W.is founded fourteen jears ago. It ranks among lh best and most thorough institutions of the State. Tie Faculty are men and women of much experience and high education. The work is graded. Students are taught the ino.t elementary branches, as well as those studies pursued In all the higher institutions of learning. Over. one hundred graduates have been turned out nnd are filling very high positions of honor and trust This is a school for HAMILTON. teachers and those desiring to lay a broad foundation for spec id and prolcssionnl work, Number of matriculates Infornntion reached here yesterday & to the effect that about 28 or 30 men last year, 271 the largest enrollment in the history of the College. had gone to work at Hamilton Wednesday and that others would follow at once. sv MCHENRY AND TAYLOR MINKS Board in best Private Families $2,50 per Week. Tultlo 1 S 0 per Term of Ten Weeks. Nothing definite could be learned at noon yesterday as regards the situation at McHenry and Taylor Mines, but it has been rumored that the men at McHenry would go in Monday quite sick at the home of her mother, QUARTERLY REPORT OH TO EVANSVILLE, next. Mrs. Chinn, of this place, returned to P XHR So that on the whole the indicaTaylor Committee ot Hartford her home inChinn is Mines tions are favorable for an early end to visiting friends Miss Lee KlTlDKRHOOK. Business Mon Visit tbe the strike and a return to work in Centertown, The fanners are somewhat dis Metropolis ot tho Mrs. Ann Ross is visiting her couraged on account of the continued throughout the county. This hope is Green River strengthened no little by the fact that daughter, Mrs. J C. Bennett, West dry weather, which has prevented the Attho close of Business on Country. no other county in the State, perhaps, Foint. planting ol a full crop of tobacco. the 18th day of June, Mrs. Belle Bn'lock of whom we Miss Emma Stevens is visiting is so fortunate in possessing a min- Thrjr Xrel n Cortllnl Kerr pi Ion nnd 1894. ing population of so much worth and imde mention before Is no better. friends and relatives nre KiitliiiftUallc on Hi Mibjert in Daviess Reports come from Deanefied and Fordsville, the two principal mining' points ofthe uorthen part ol the county, that tfic miners there have gone to work and that the strike there is over and a healthier sentiment and kindlier feeling isbecoming apparent. HARTFORD COLLEGE - Fall ocse, iegis &&g&i 7f Write lor Catalogue and Inlormatlon. 1 to-da- MA HI- - HARTFORD RESOURCES county. J. Allen Anderson, wife and little daughter, Cova, spent Saturday atid Sunday above town, the guests of Mrs. Tanner nnd family. Luther Barnett, Ovvensboro, spent Saturday night in Kinderhook. He brought his brother, Somers, to his grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Harnett. The little by will spend the summer with her. Mr. U. C. Barnett visited a friend in West Providence neighborhood not long since. He reports a pleasant time. intelligence. Later Several men have gone work at Williams Mines. A ol to lrl AnviuMfnti Rough Stiver. ol WII He riled Compliment. office HANCOCK CLARION. While in the. main Hancock of the Daisy Devne A Tr Photograph. Monday's Courier-Journa- l contains quie a romantic account of the capture of the parties who broke into the store of J. W. Ford & Co , at McHenry, Monday night a week ago, an account of which appeared In these columns last week. It seems the only trace the thieves left was the photograph of a pretty young girl who lives at Beaver Dam. This was found by Mr. G. T. Westerfield, manager of the store, and carried to Braver Dam. When presented to the young lady she said it was a photograph she had given to R. L. Tate. It was learned that Tate had gone to Louisville, He was finally captured at JefTersonville and then gave the name of his partner, George R Gillespie, who had already been lodged in jail at Louisville for disorderly conduct. The prisoners were brought down Wednesday by Detectives Tom J. Connel and W.H.McCorkhitl, of Louis ville and lodged in jail. Sheriff Stevens met the paity at Beaver Dam, Tate isayoungfellow of twenty-on- e years, smooth face and well dress ed, Gillespie is about twenty four or twenty-five- , is red headtd, wears a mustache and is stylishly dressed. Later It is learned that the young lady iu question lives at McHenry instead of Beaver Dam, but the photograph was made at the latter place. te Dej)0sit Bank yesterday morning we noticed an elegantly mounted picture of a family group and upon inquiry of the Cashier, W. S. Thomas, we were informed that it was a picture of Capt Sam K. Cox and family, of Haitford, Ky. "This is my life long friend," said Mr. Thomas, "of bohood days; a native ol this city who has gone out from among us and made a name, reputation and fortune for himself. He was a gallant officer in the Federal Army, having served as Captain in Col. J. H. McHenry vs regiment of Kentucky Infantry. He has often been honortd in Ohio County by being selected as Democratic standard bearer in their county elections and has served many years as County Clerk of that county. He is now the chief financier and Cashier of the Bank of Hartford. Sam Cox is one of natuie's noblemen, a good man and true. His heart is In his hand lor every good work. Long may he live to be an example to the rising generation of our coun- At the meeting of the Hartford Commercial Club at the Court House last Friday night Captain Daulley was present and laid before the club an excellent plan by uhich the poe pie of Hartford may secure slack water navigation of Rough River in a very few weeks. He further extended the try." fer fi L for which man can make an effort and Here is a splendid opportunity for all in till the occasion promises some wide awake and euergetic young to be a most pleasant one. Come and man. The laws of Kentucky make briug your folks. provision for the appointment of one selection of Messrs. IT. P. Tay- pupil from each legislative District in The lor, J. W.Ford, A. D. White aud J. the state to a scholarship in the Agri F, Careou as a committee to represent cultural aud Mechanical college of the Hartford Commercial Club on the Kentucky. The language of the law recent trip to Evansvilio could not is that each legislative District in the have been more appropriate. No State is "entitled to Belect and to send four men in town could have done the to said college each year one properly work with better satisfaction to the prepared student, free of all charges for tuition, matriculation fees, room people than did these men. rent, fuel and light and to have all the Since Beaver Dam has been made advantages and privileges of the col-lethe division of the C. 0, & S. V., a and dormitories free, except passenger train leaves that point for board' These appointments are made Memphis nt 7:40 A. M. daily and ar by the county Superintendents on rives from Memphis at 7: P. M. written examinations, the questions This allows persons to go to Owens ! for which are prepared by the college boroand return the same day and faculty and comprise English Gram have about four hours to spend iu the mnr, History of the United State?, city. Geography and Arithmetic. The time for holding this examination has The annual meeting of the Ken- not yet been determined but it will be tucky Educational Assocation will be during the month of July. Ho that held at Danville beginning Wednesthe parties desiring the advantages of day next the 27th and continuo three a college course would do well to days? An interesting program ha9 make application in this examination been prepared nud a grand time is anwhich will be announced in due time. ticipated. Every teacher and Bchool Applicants must bo between tbe ages officer who can possibly attend, should of fourteen aud twenty-fou- r years. bo present. Will Ohio county be represented NAU1IOM. Since this interesting town is of too The next meeting of the Ohio recent origin to be found on the county Fair begins Wednesday Sept. maps, a few points in regaid to it 2(1 and continues four days. It prom will probably be of interest to Rnrun-Lica- n ises to bo an exceedingly interesting readers. The Narrows is a beautiful town of meet. The company will spare neither time nor means in furnishing the about 60 inhabitants, situated on a very best possible eutertainmeut to gentle slope overlooking the calm, the large crowds expected. The pro placid waters of Rough River 15 miles gram is quite extensivo and oilers Northeast of Hartford. It is also the most important shippremiums that will bring to the Fair St G. R. some of the very best stock and dis-- 1 ping point on the O. F. R. R. R.. 32 miles Southeast of Owens- plays in Western Kentucky. The 1oro. Three years ago the site of Annual Fair Rook will bo issued from this busy town was a dense forest and this office and ready for distribution probably the most inncccssablc point in a few days, and by consulting its iu Ohio count). pages the people may see the worthy The railroad touched the river at efforts of the company to maintain the this point and within a few weeks a big high standard already attained by the saw and grist mill was put in operaOhio Count Fair. It U a worthy tion by Powers & Renfrow, a large institution and merits the very strong- dry goods business by Renfrow Bros., a hotel by Capt. Frank Wilson and a est support of tbe people. O A Uortl fur Jlfirflonl College. PKLLVILLK COR, HANCOCK CLARION. Miss Ada Jett bus returned from Hartford College. She says the cause of education will never languish while led by such noble educators as compose the faculty of Hartford College, - C'lllieii C.on. Mr. Ed Renfrow died nt his home near Sulphur Springs on Sunday of cancer. He had been suffering for several years and his death was not unexpected. He was one of nature's noblemen, firm, high minded, conscientious and honest to a fault he was a man loved and respected by all who knew him No mau in the county stood higher in the tstimation of the people than did Ed Renfrow, His good deeds and worthy walk will live long in the world, n guide to the feet of the young. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his sad taking away. They are Mrs. Dr. S. J. Wedding and Messrs. Dudley t Byron and Will RenA Claoii Xlpfe4 In the nnil. Judge Gufly .makes the following pointed and effective reply to a charge of incompetency; Morgantown, Ky., June 15, q. Editor Republican: One of the Bowling Green Democratic paers has seen fit to say that I am not qualified for the office of Judge of the Court ol Appeals There may be so'me voters in this district who are not sufficient ly advised on that question, hence I deem it not amiss to say that during the time Judge Reeves was Judge of the Circuit Court here that four of the equity cases which he decided against my clients were appealed to the Court of Appeals aud that three of the four weie reversed. The cases were Herr, etc., vs. Mar tin, Phelps, etc , vs. Jones and Neel vs. Neel. The first named is reported in 90 Kentucky, page 337. The second is reported in 91 Kentucky, page 244. The last named was only decided last month and not yet pub-libhe- d. frow. Ou Monday evening in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends the remains were laid to rest in the Fitzhugh burying groiind, Rev G. J. Bean conducting the funeral exercises. The martial music, d the uniformed proces-sionrah- Only important cases are published in the official volumes of the Kentucky reports. The books can be found in the Clerk's office and in any good lawyer's office. I will not undertake to notice all the Democratic newspapers may say but have thought it proper to put a quietus on the charge in question, especially as it was so easy to do. Respectfully Yours, B. L. D. Gupfv, be worth going miles to witness. We ore talking crowdill the immense about the big Masonic Barbecue at the Fair Grounds next Saturday. -- Valuable vegetable remedies are used in the preparation of Hood' Sarsaparillaimracha peculiar manner as to retain the full medicinal value of every ingiedient. Thus Hood's Sarsaparllla combines economy and strength and is the only cut t4ie trip remedy of which ioo dosea One Dollar" is true. Be sure to get NVALMMftUHIS. c TowM4,.,ce. Hood's. Mr. H. C. Bennett and'fcmlly ited this place last week, the quests J , MrJk,Ilpdjh.vttHe Jor SoeMei, are requested to com forward Hood's Pills do not purge, pain and settle tho sa or gripe, but act promptly, tailly and of Mrs. P. B, Taylor, J S R Wkddino, Adm'r. , Mrs. Lullc Brown, who has been OWahotMr "iVAifaUrruKQwi. efficiently, t & Co., Beaver $85,869.48 people. B Dim. LIABILITIES. Acting upon the plan suggested by Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Captain Daulley, a committee was .Nollrrt Undivided profits . 7,340.09 TO ALL WHO LMIOR PoUALlVlN'O appointed to confer with the mer Due Depositors 47i776.38 chants of Hartford a"d with the Navi The next meeting of the Farmer nn1 Due National Bankt , . , 711.97 41.04 gation Company and business men of Laborers Union of O'lio county, will Due St ite Kinks nnd ban'rs in be held with Sugar Grove Kvansville relative to $93,701.77 July 6 and 7, 1894 Suar Grove H the work in hand. Statk op Kkntuckv, ) The merchants, shippers aud busi- about four miles south of Horse County op Ohio. J ness men of Hartford responded in a Branch. Ample conveyances will be Sam K. Cox, President of Bank ot very creditable and business-likway furnished free to all who come by Haitford, Ky., a Bank located and railroad. We earnestly request that doing business in the town of Hartand with the assurance of substanford, in said county.bcinc duly sworn aid at home the committee com- every friend of labor in this county j says that the foregoing tial Report is In posed of Attorney II. I Taj lor, will meet with us on this occasion, ou respects a true statement of the Don't stay away because your Sub condition of the said Bank at the close Messrs. J. W. Ford and A D. White, Judge f. F. Carson left for Kvans- Union has gone down, because ou of business on the 18th day of June 1894. to t'ic ville at 3 o'clock Saturday evening. havn't tbe last passu ord. You can edge nnd belief; best of his knowland renew your membership at this meet the business of said further says that Captain Daulley and Mr. Dec Luce Bank has been went with the pirty. They were ing. In short let nothing keep you transacted at the location named, and tt driven overland to Ceralvd, where away from this meeting. I!ouhave "not elsewhere; and that the above is made in compliance with an they boarded the elegant Steamer never been muember of the Union official notice received from SecHvansvllle, in charge of Captain K come any way, we will make you retary of State designating the 1 8th the Hjn, C. S, diy or June, 1894, as the day on more thin welcome W. Bewley, The trip to Kvansville was a most Bate, State President. Hon. Jo A, which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me pleasant one, the gallant Cnptain Parker, State Secretary, and others by Sam K. Cox the 20th day 6f Bewley and his crew leaving nothing will be present nnd address the peo- June, 1894. G.B.LIKKNS, C.O.C.C. undone that would add to the pleasure ple. We do most cordially extend sam K.,cox, President,, and convenience of the committee. this invitation to every citizen of the 1 J. J. McHenry, Director, John C. Thomas, They arrived at Evnnsvillc at 4 county to be present. J. S. Coi.uuan, , " Fraternally ypurs, o'clock Sunday evening nnd were J P. MlLLKR, met by Mr. C J. Murphy, Secretary Pres't F. & L. U Ohio county. of the Business Men's Association, of the city. Mr, Murphy is n jolished,' preKONU'KI.L. educated and intelligent gentleman Mr. and Mrs. Duke and sons, 01 and endeared himself especially to Masonthe gentlemen composing the com- Kvansville, arc visiting the family of mittee by bin untiring efforts not J..C. Gentry. Miss Tillie Kahu has returned only to have the visitors enjoy their stay in the city but to make their home. mission a success. Mr. Fjank Gillstrap is improving, Lieutenant Lockwood, of the U. S. Fred Taylor likes to come to Crom Xol!f, Engineers, Cincinnati, met the Com- well. On Saturday, 7th of July, 1894, we, mittee and agreed to sen I Capt tin Mr. J R, Herald has left here for the building coiuwlttee.iwili'sell the to look into the Hartford to keep hotel. Myler on old church at West Providence) at 1 feasibility of building temporary Mrs. C. C. Borah and llttlegirls are o'clock p. nf at public auction itnot dams. visiting her parents in Princeton. fold privately before. If any parties Lieutenant Lockwood, the business Mr. Ed. Tillford has finished his wish to purchase the house applyo men of Kvansville nnd the Evans-vill- e new house SrT. Brown. the undersigned. and Green River Navigation Mr. N. W. Gore made a flying trip Company gave the Committee every to Morgantown on his bicycle Saturencouragement And to day. possible The lightest thing out is the A Mill ehow the high esteem in which the Mr. Walter Tilford Iris returned wyjkee Clmin IJrive 4ji foot cut party was held and the interest mani- home from school. itiowing, Machine and also trepaf rs at j fested in the move might be menSix lawyers from Hartford attended reduced rates for all kinds- pt jua tioned the fact that on Monday even court here Fridny. chines on hands at J, W. Fori'&'fco.).. ing when the Committee was to reMr. C. C. Borah has been sick, but lit W& . ..: turn the Steamer Kvansville was kept is improving ftftt at the wharf waiting a full hour and a Mr. Man. ,Ti1ford, leaver Dam, The season of the year 'when the half while a conference was held with made, u a pleasant cal jvSunday v fanners need reapers and mowers is the business men of the city. iMr, Willio Dayis comes, to Crouir approaching an.4 we.wishtocalUbe The party left for Ceralvo Monday welbriglit often attention of the people to the fact tha 7' evening at 5:30, accompanied by Lieu We jtxeiVng a gfyd SiAitar vare'prepared to give, them in this. tenant Lockwood, who was ou his School nerej'V rm raVwelUasra11of our lines, the very way to Bowling Green to confer with rfr. JIX4iender and faluilvTs Kor- - best bargains. ye handle the're- Captain Myler, i$&wn( VeJinmr tSwjTSutfday, LjLpwncd Champion Daerfng Arriving at Ceralvo they were met by Mr. Tames- - Wilsomlias returned mowers, reapers and binders. Give dr 4 f 'r he bus and at 1 o'clock Tuesday were in uiuiu itt iV us a call. TkvuokSc Op) w tvuA4MH'.Y Jy jr Hartford praising the Evansvllle and 2Thefarrffeta areW up withjlielr BevarDam,KjjL iv uiccu ihvi6uu wv.ujmujr. crops, WUlt lOOK !WC SUICC lllCTnin. the Business Men's Aifjocjatlon, the AkliafaV CrtxIlUr'. JlrttM., rV4il SI 'All pcupic ui nYouaviuc gciiciaujr uuu uaui Tnursday tvwnw aHgWfnswpHIV w j. estate V. Secretary Murphy especially for the Mr, $ JTrnfordRosin; .was M of J6hri Tbnsead; elegant treatment received througli frfrlnm nf tliA l.KMtit tti nf Ktfitti ers of the Kvansville and Green River Navigation Company to the mer chants and business men of Hartford in order to consult with the Evans-vill- e the interest of Taylor & iting here the guest of Miss Lillic Loans and discounts, less Barnard. loans to Directors . ,$66,020.17 Farmers nre cutting their wheat, Overdrafts, secured . . . 925.14 which they report as being very Overdrafts, unsecured . . 1.5S7.13 Due from Nat. Banks r . t 2,998,01 good. Due from St'e B'ksfc B'k'nf '363:98 Rev. Harrison failed to fill his BanVintr house flinl lnt 3000,00 K regular appointment nt Equality last Stocks and Bonds 1.341.67 4,586.22 Sunday on account of gttting hint by Specie 1,825.00 a boat running against him while Currency Exchange for Clearings . fish n g nnd bruising him so that he Other items carried as cash 3':97 had to be carried to the houe. Furniture and Fixtures . 1,000.00 Taxes paid 8 37 Mr. II. B. Taj lor, of Heaver Dam, 1,048.72 stopped here last week the guest of Current expenses , . Other assets, debts in suit $.'54 P. B Taylor. He was tnvtling in f4-56 Miss Birdie Drake, New hope is vis- ... Sub-Unio- " e J A rjt t fJ re-po- a J ', Provisions for 3,000 people will be pared for the ic Barbecue on the 23d... to-da- y V - rt&m ". m v?2w fjm - &"' 3a rrZSSm v t'EtSk A ,Mrt J ,iss 1 :thf k.rl,.1at,lZ C YfiE$&?J aMS liir ',f 3V .,:: i ii a WH03 rrr- - - -- yr.. - ? ' G tiWinrihitt i- Ufarfi r ?"' T','" ' J? " y1 Kwypwpwrrt" 'r-- r ''ff 'ay- 'p' y uttv 'JWE - wrr""i'aiTl" ffW." vryrnr r t Tht f if. ' -- L yyy'M' a 5s TVTrwlr 1J Manufacturers, X 1 CCU'i Jobbers. ' -- WM ; W. J. Morgan went to Llvermore last Saturday. Mr. John W. Odell, Col. Jones Station, was in town Monday. J, S. rtuNVedding is quite sick. DUST OF THE DIAMOND- Bean at W. G. Hardwick's. Lima Fresh .Groceries at W. G, Hard- - Baso Ball at a Rod Hoat And An Esteemed Pastor QUART IHtLl' IMPORT -- 01' THIJ- - wick's. tho End Not Yet. :. tP ,? UJIV- St' fiv, " m to; v wi Iff; J' A? Mrs. Earl Collins has returned to Millinery at your own price at Fair ltorliinr OrfrnU IlHrirorrt In a Mv After the Rheuma her home at Greenville. l flnme nt Hie Fnlr round Bros. &Cp. flan Oftier (Inmcftrinyed unit Mcssers. Keith & Klein are paint fo lie I'fftyed. Finelirie negligee shirts at Fair At thoCloso of Business on ing the Postofllcc Building, Bros. ScCo. . a 23d day of Docom- TheRockports came up lost SaturWe will receive new lawns and per Balance FairHros, &Co. Millinery day with tlier playing clothes on and bor, 1803. cals this week. Carson 6: to. less than cost proceeded in the most unceremonious KESOURCES. Mr. Hardin Wilson and family, Lard, Dried Beef, Bacon at W. G. manner to help the Hartford's to O'F Loans and Discounts, lesa Louisville, are spending the summcrat Jlardwick's. score another defeat. The game was loans to Directors . . $54,127.50 Fordsvllle. m, and Mr J. P. Saiidcrfur was in Owens- - called at about 2 o'clock p, ioans to Directors (otliccrs had asabout one hundred people not included 600.00 Mr. K.W, Taylor and Master James boro Wednesday. Overdrafts, secured . . . sembled to witness the contest. 1,412.00 Hardwick, Greenville, were in town Overdrafts, unsecured . . Ladies patent leather tip shoes $1 568.48 The home team took a decided lead this week. Due from National Banks 15,759 u nt Fair Bros. 8c, Co, five Innings, hut In the in the first Due from State banks nnd Mr. HD. Loyd, Asklns, Hancock Mr. Lee B. Mills visited relatives sixth they went to pieces "and were Bankers 108 00 our county was a pleasant caller at Banking- house and lot . unable to collect themselves until the 3,000.00 at Spring Lick last Sunday. office Monday. Specie i,39.97 umpire nnnoudced the close of the ii'i Currency Jackson Corset waist, best on earth, game with the score standing 21 to 5,017 00 Little and Pettit will tell you all 14 uuier uems enrneu ascasit 50.00 about the Masons from away back, sola only by Fair Bros. & Co. favor of the visitors. i. Furniture nnd Fixtures . . 1,500.00 lur Bv. C W. CaaM Mitts, Laces, Parasols amMfrms, the 23d of June. The game was a very quiet and Taxes paid 134.05 Tb follonim fcoM fron a highly 1,768.56 cucap,at Ialr Bros. & Co. one. The Rock port boys are NUiini4 tlMsrinsa ToWnUfttr ehnroh, pastor Current expenses . . . Mr John H. Baize and Mr. ti titt II. S. ( Um Chorea On. trott Si ZtorcliMUr Wall, Balzetown, were in town WedBest line ladies and gents summer a gentlemanly crowd and expressed $S,443.67 themselves as' well pleased with the Onntj,Xrjln4i nesday, and yesterday. underwear at FalrjBros. & Co. C. I. Hood Co., LoweH, Msis.t LIABILITIES. reception given them. I feat It a dttj to Ut pnklU to lend thti Misses Bessie and Lulu Cox, Heflin, X taw In a Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam, handle miadtlhU ppcr & tetter Capital stock paid in , in cash$25,ooo. 00 Tom Ingler, ol McHenry, umpired Irom ft man who h4 stxffmA Irom Surplus iund 5,250.00 the celebrated Champion andDeering visited Mrs. J. W. Ford this week. the game and did it well. Undivided profits . . . . 6,312733 Muscular RheumetUm and Binders. Mowers, Reapers Monday evening a game was ar- and had Due Depositors Nice line of mulls, Diinitic9. and 48,830.36 restored by the aae of Hood's i bnhad tko grip la tho wlnUr of 'it DueSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs X 50.98 We have plenty dimities, lawns and Summer Dress goods at Fair Bros. & ranged between the Town and the Court House Ring. A rattling five aud 'M to leTeretr that H deprUod no oC tho white goods, just the thing for these Co. uio of taj arna to that t wlfo had to dresi and $85,443.67 k$ Inning game was played, resulting in audrUB,aadirhtaawar from homo had long June days at Carson & Co, Messrs. Ilea v riu and Kingo are STATR OV KltNTUCKY, ) q 8, in favor of the to iUtpln my clothe. X trtod Ire doctors and a score of 20 to County ov Ohio. J s All goods bought of Henry Nail building a new ort? on the lot by Court House R ng. This was aot oao accomplished aarthlnc. Then X saw V-Ibo letUr alluded to aad determined to try John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver h will be delivered. Leave your order fhe bank. deemed insufficient ami they at once Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located with him for anything in his line.' r i- Mr, J, B. McDanieUjHorse.prnnch, proceeded to play nnothergameof five and doing businea in the town of Beaver Dam,-i- said county.being duOwensWell, I am going to the Masonic was in the city yesterday innings, but in the middle of the ly sworn, says that the foregoing refourth inning the Town Toughs Barbecue the 23d of June." Yes and boro Messenger. port is in all respects a true statement girl says she is going:,. too, threw up the sponge. They had been his best Mr.- Wm. McConnell, Memphis, ofthe condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 23d day Everybody invited to the Fair Tenn., is in town, representing the to the bat four times and the Court ol December, 1893, to the best of his House Ring three times, the score C. American Bible Society; Grounds on the 23d of June. John j standing to 5 in favor of the lat Beod's, Before I hU taken om betUe iZa knowledge and belief; and further says 19 Riley pays everybody's entrance fee. the use of taj armsv thank Qod. These aro that the business of said bank has Henry Hardwick, of HopkinsvlUe. ter. k Ucts and can bo Terlfied bj maay persons here. been transacted at the location namFor all kinds of lumber and build- has accepted a position with his TWO OAMKS J. M. Colston, Church Creek, supplied mo with ed, and not elsewhere; nnd that the go brother, W. G, Hardwick. ing material seek no further but above report is made in compliance has a seige in store lor Hood's. X am pastor of the M. X. ehnrch here. 111 . C W. CtarHiM, Chveh Creek, Maryland. straight way to Taylor & Co , Beaver Judge K. D. Walker left yesterday the home team. They will meet the K. B. W rou dectdo to take Hood's Barsapa-rui-a with an official notice received from the for Louisville on legal business. He Mineral Springs team in the morning . .,do not be Induced to buy any other Instead. the Secretary of State, designating ., ... .. con- Dam 23d day of December, 1893, as the & goes by way of Owensboro and will nnd the Horton team in the evening. HaoeTa Fllla sure Hrer tils, eensUpaUon, day on which such report shall be Editor Tom Morris.oi the Jessamine bilious neu, J&uodtoe, slckheadaoho, LndtgesUoa. Two lively games may be expected, made. Journal. Nicholtsvllle, will be the be gone several days, o m Subscribed and sworn to before me but the home team should win both. Fnr Rent. guest of Rev. E. E. Pate and family Hardwick's is the place to keep Store roqm, only $ 10 ier month. by John H. Barnes, the 30th day of Monday. cool. If you don't believe it try some BK1A. 1 The L, B. Bean, old stand, best December, 1893, Siirlby Taylor, t Mt.n v Dep. County Court Clerk. June 19. The weather is very dry. son,' Marion, of that Chocolate Cream, 'Peach Cream Mrs. MR Smith. and, I. P. Barnard, President. Farmers arc busy cutting wheat and location in town for grocery or feed returned to Owensboro, after spend- -' and Phosphates of nil kinds. Oh my! store. Address, R. P. Hockrr, Director. report an average yield, - I,. B. Bkak, ing several days with Mr. and (Irs. but its nice. " Jno. H. Barnes, MarMessrs. Henry Godshaw and G. H. Matthews. Elsewhere in this issue we publish f Hartford, Ky. tf vin Cook went to Owensboro last ....... m V. H. Curs 011 Misses Sue and Altha Jenkins, two the speech of Mr, H. H. Montgomery, week. J. I Carson, most pop of Meeting Creek, Ky., as delivered of Habit, Daviess county's f Dr. Enos McCormlck, of Mason J Oih-Zftular young ladies, are visiting their at the Commencement Exercises, of ville, was a pleasant visitor at Mt. I Hartford College, June r,, 1994. aunt, Mrs. G. C Westerfield. Herman Sunday School Sunday mornA N Mrs. R R. Wedding has taken ing. J 'Hello, Bob! where are you going?" charge of the Hartford House and A party composed of W. H. Hum"To Masonic barbecue to get some of will open for the reception of guests phrey, Ed Calloway and Willie CarMr. James Sullenger's cured meat." She is experienced in the son went fishing Friday, returning 'All rjght, I am, coming, too." hotel business and we wish her much Saturday evening. They say they had Careful Estimates made on all Car adThe grandest'prbcesaion of Masons success. fisherman's luck. pentering and Building. Terms rea- will march to the Jfair (Jroands on W. H. Humphrey is on the sick sonable. Hartford, Ky. Henry Hardwick, with W. G. HardJune 23d. Goodband of music, in the list, procession. wick, Is now prepared to gtve you lead, Tome and see fthi Trade fl(h Carson & Co. KCWTIMF. TABIC tllQClUTT. Prof. U. C. Barnett will give a talk host n . refreshing drinks as follows: Orange WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO to the little folks at Mt Herman bat at Carson & Co's Buy a new The big Maionlc Barbecue at the Ice, Pineapple Don Bon, Columbian GALLON next Sunday morning. Mars. We are inhe lead at Carson & Co. Fair Grounds next Saturday, promises Cream, and in fact all sorts drinks to to be the grandest affair of vtheWson, be had in any city. Mr. Pete HafTey, who moved from Come to Carson & Co. for Furni- Come and bring your family or sweetMrs. Mansfield Rpwe and daughter, this county to Central City a year or TSUB X.CO?:OtX&AX'3 ture. WK5T. , heart. v Miss Mary Rowe, Greenville; Mrs. E. so ago, has moved back to the counFor the fine$tand Most Artistic Work, m. Hardwick is on the sick Mr. W, G. KITKCT1VK APRII S, l894.45 The ladies of the C. P. Church P. Thomas, and family, Mrs. Henry ty, where he will make his future any sue or style Frederiea Si. , ikwetn 11:48 a, m. list. Mali Nos, gave an elegant ice cream supper, at Field and, family,! AndMrsC. L. home. Ohio county Is the garden 3rd and 4th. Gm37 . 11:25 p.m. . returned No. 7, Kim. Hx. . . Miss Katie Coombcs has the Court House. last night. It was Field, made up n gay picnic party spot of the world, anyhow. 4.35 p. YEARS . . . FOR No. if t (Local) from Prentis. a very pleasant affair and a success that went down the river yesterday r 4 The Beaver Dam Summer Normal, Has led all Worm Remedies. kast. Neuralgic Fcrnon They spent a jolly time. Mr. Chas. Rogers was in Leltch- - financially, Ami Uiom troubled with Denrousncu rctultlat in charge of Prof. E. U. Ray, is in n EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 12:50 p. m. No. 6, Mail m field last Sunday. rromemnocoferwork will be reUered tyUtt i flourishing condition aud everything SOLD EVERYWHERE. torn, 3:25 a. m. No. 8, Litn. Kx . . . Mr. F. T. Gunther, wholesale grocer, Brown's Iron Bitters aenuia aicanpto aiwctw co.. bt. rH Mr. Shelby Taylor, Beaver Dam, Owensboro, sued out an attachment fcu trade mart ud crossed rod Unci oo wrapper An examination will be held at points to making the school a perma5:54 a. ni. Nb,v32,jtIcal) was in town yesterday. II. Mkhrick, Ajs't, Beaver Dam. against S. O. P. Hall Wednesday and Hartford on June the 28th for the nent affair. Quite a large number of and well fitting are the the Sheriff locked up Hall's grocery. benefit of applicants for Graduation teachers are in attendance, and con Well made FlUUAV,lUNK2lt !94. irom the Common Schools. Exami sidering the short time lit which the garments at Carson & Co. The account is for $153.39. school was worked up, the success is nation begins at 9 o'clock. You may tell all you please about The trial of Henry Pace for usin Respectfully, next to phenomenal. Is the boss barber. H C. Tacc the low prices at Carson Be Co's. JO. B. ROCRRS, insulting language in the presence of " County Supt, Mrs. Miriam Butler, wife of Mr. Z, Mr. C. L. Hardwick, HopkinsvlUe, Help others by helping yourself to Henry Collins cams up in the Police Butler, of Fordsyillc, ,d!ed Monday of city. Court yesterday morning nnd the is in the HEAVER DAM. the bargains at Carson & Co's. Jury returned a verdict of not guilty. Rev, Casebler filled his regular ap- heart disease. She was a consistent Austin, Beaver Dam.is For anything in the tonsorlal line, Miss Nellie christian, being a, member of the M. Miss Marie Boyd, of Eddyville, will pointment Saturday and Sunday at remember Pace. visiting Miss Bessie Williams. K. Church South, and was loved by the Baptist Church. In Hartford the guest Marriage license: Boston Renlrow arrive Mr. J L; Rogers, Beaver Dam, was all who knew her. Her untimely depart Mr. J. H. Nave," wife and daughter, ol Rev. E. E. Pate and family. She to Miss Lucre t la Jane Daugherty. in town Monday. ure Is sincerely mourned, by a large is returning from Louisville where Miss Bessie, spent Sunday in the circle of friends and relatives. The Get your flour from Heniy n.ui. j 0Ttx with T, O. Baker, she attended the session of the country. Gibson, Hartford,, remains were laid away on Tuesday, right. Miss Dora E. for groceries. He will treat yoo ( wtU CarsorT&Co., Woman's Missionary Society. spent Friday and Saturday at the and Rosa Bean has ruoved into the Misses Lnla Johnson .Mr. Thos, Last Thursday night sevela! parties Mr. W. F. Kennedy, the photogAustin House. &$eJ?S: Glenn property on Market j woerner leavefbrLouisviUe Sunday. went to the Fordsville Lockup and Mr, James Henry Belt Carson and rapher and his able assistant, W. J. I SSreSivJ I- v ' tfr. DA Paul nf nAnlnh&tl: Mo.. Morgan, have moved to Gallatin, Miss Bert Morton, Hartford, dined at bioke open the door, releasing Jack mSrllT trlmnAm ' lGreenwood and Bud Smith. Smith -.. to l.I.UlMf is visting her daughter, Mrs. Lue Tenn. They arc excellent workmen the Austin House'Kriday. SUSS ivnimn skipped, but Greenwood remained. and relatives nt Stanley, Daviess Woodward and gave entire satisfaction to our nit Central City will The train yards -was arrested at Deanfield countVjpeople. May success attend them. be moved to Beaver Dam as soon Jeff Hurt Uncle BlUie Woodward, of .Owens-boron Saturday morning by Marshal Jt ras necessary work fs completed. is visiting W. T. Woc4ward this Jennie. Mcllertry arid daughr will be at the big Everybody Roberts undercharge of breaking the Train No. 5 is now taking dinner 7ttr76lfta laabeile returned Wednes week. Masonic Barbecue nt the Fair lock, as above, and finally confessed. Ham-me- r in this city. Small-housGrounds next Saturday, nnd if you He was placed under f 200 bond to Mr. Lewis Byers, living near The accommodation running from old friends and acawait the action at the Grand Jury. Henry, Nail's Feed Store is the committed suicide by snooting want to meet Beaver Dam to Paducah has been Meal, Bran, quaintances and enjoy a most pleas nloce to eet your Flour, , himself last gfonday. laying over here airtight since Satur- ' Mrs. Sargent, wife of W. H. Sargent, ant day, this is the opportunity of Shipttunv&c Prices reasonable'.. everyday. Mail Agent at Fordsville, died Saturpreach at the season. Rev. R. A. Crowe will MrTand Mrs. Holmes Cummins, Mrs. Dave Smith; Rochester, spent day night last. She was a loving and ' r Methodli Church Sunday night. Memphis, Tenn., are visiting her the Captain Myler, the U. S. Engi- the ipst week with her sister, Mrs. devoted wife, a true and , faith lul Everybody invited. y parents, Dr, and Mrs. J. K. rcnuieion. to look Perry Westerfield. neers, is expected here friend and a modest noble woman, j satOwena-Kaice cream supper will be given into the question 6t putting in temAn Mlss Lena CarsJn. nartford, speni Her life was full of good works and Jlummenit Barnett, Mpjler with his atMt Carrael Church on Saturday porary dams on Rough River in order Sunday, Mondayarid Tuesday : with her example worthy of being folvacation W . U anndlnr T( ' navigation He comes lowed. The husband has the sympamiMAiw Mm Amanda Barnett. night, June.3oth. Everybody invited. to immediateCromwell and Messrs. H. Miss Attye Austin; Miss Anna' Mcrterlney; entertained thy of the community in his sad afby way of j Mr G( jj Williams attended the JCinderhook. amT&r RMar-ti- n a few of her girlfriends Monday even-in- g fliction. The remains were taken to Mrs. P, Taylor, A. IBell MriTDn E 0. Pendleton returned , funeral of his sister-in-lahave been. appointed by the Combefore the 8 o'clock services. Rockpoit, Ind.t for interment Tuesday from'a4vislt,pf several weeks Miriam Eskrldge Butler at Fordsville mercial Club to meet him at that Miss Bessie Nave alfco entertained .. to her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Sunday. Drs. J. E. Pendleton, J. S. Morton point and conduct film heie where he Tuesday night, King, Tallapoosa, Ga. Remember 6. R. Martin, the Jewel-e- r, will be entertained at the home of Mr. Frank Hays and sister, Miss and J, T. Miller have been appointed of Fordsvllle, doea all kinds of repairing on Mr. H. P, Taylor during his stay. Celestine, of Rochester,' spent Wed- a Board of Health by the Board of Mr. Frank Wallace, Trustees of the town of Hartford, and nesday in town. lost his house nnd the most of its con- watches, clocks and jewelry on abort nn Mr. L. B. Stevens, the hustling Misses Anna McKenney, Virgillne an ordinance has been passed requlr MoB tents by fire last Saturday., Loss, notice. 4 ou. City Meat Market, proprietor of the madeflying ing all property holders to clean up $1,500. Insurance, Soo, Mrs. R. R. Wedding will give an leaves Monday for n visit of several Hockcrand Attye. Austin their premises. This is a step in the this week. Ice Cream Supper at tne naruora weeks to friends and relatives in trips to Hartford Messrs. Cauebler & Button, livery--meSome parts of the Miss Lyda Morton, Hartford, was rifeht direction. Everybody St. Louis, Kansas City, Mo., and night. losl a tine horse;Tueeday morn- House town are very filthy and If allowed to . in town Tuesday, (incorporated) less invited to atead. THU is no ing by lock-jaOsage Mission, Kan., his old home. The Summer Normal Jry Increasing go unabated during the summer D. 6. Duncan, Sco'y A Trcas. J, 8. Smith, Pres't. losHy this firm in than three horses Lee came here in 1886 and this is his Mr. Green, living near McHenry, in number, 23 are now'inttendance. months will be a standing invitation the last two or three years. occldentlyshofcWmself last Sunday, first: visit to the home of his boyhood. .Dr.,V T. McKenney and wife are to disease. m 11 Prof. Wm. Foster has beaairivltedr The ball pasae& through his hand During his stay in Hartford he has iniButler county this' week; -.. .. .Court Note. -it, Hardin County Taackr OHd catered hU father's side, inflict- wan many friends who have the to uddrcss the JUS iSliza uray anagranauaggnicr, On Tuesday Sheriff Stevens took kindest wishes for his success, Thk VLifc Cllfile Grayv are InIoigatfeld, era1 Institute, which convenes July 9r ing a painful wound. Hugh Whlttaker to the Eddyville Republican wishes him a pleasant He has not and continues' five days. wherethey will spend, a wl weeks. Penitentiary. Whlttaker was sen(INCORPORATED) Mr. J, R. Herald brought his fami- trip and a safe return. yet determines whether or aothe can , Mrs. Warren Gray sndildrei, of tenced to a three years term at'tbe tho rreat practical BusmMtETainin?. uooKK.eeping ana Mnorxvanu over from Cromwell Tuesday, and ly ollegM. Thr Blvo PApQrto-buiiiindBUP?eK. Catalogue rroc. accept the invitation. Louisville, will spend a few weeks in March term of the Court for incest , Chnrcli n4 Ka4iijr ftc(ioI. 8ponoertu College nt not Spencer, Prvs't, JTJr. Ilptoj Sea?. Aadr aow has assumed full management vAttyr. of J. C. Rev. Pate and Bean preach the and. near town. MrsXElten Greer, wile LoutavHto, Ky.. Ky., or EvatwvlH, Ind. Hartford but his attorneys took an appeal on of the Commercial Hotel. aa'i. ' funeral of Caleb Boswell next Sunday , Greer, of rwar Weaterfie'ld; died last the, ground that the daugjr. vyaa an k always glad ta welcome such ad- at Mt. Vernon. Shttp Eaenrlfo mt wr. Saturday of censamptton, and was .r: accomplice, the court holding that she ditions to" the town. Rev. J A. Bluett will preach at ( Afcmrv Park . s.'jMSu&&m ' tt DnrW Sunday at the Antlock bry..l could not be, an accomplice. The TWO SCPAftATC SCHOOLS UNDER ONC MANAGCMCNT.S teiunatinaal AsaaeUalsw.Ua4. The paopNt of Cromwell have been Liberty Sua4ay. at ix o'clock. Court of appeals sustains the lower SOUTHEIN luly IOWLINI MEEI G, H. Terrell, of court. ttflwUk8 .Church and a aoblt greatly annoyed lately by the rav Rev,ChrirtUa'Charch,0 the Owens etaofilsale haa several boro preached' a iMaaMf'iklef'whe V.TiVP-E.,"tkheUyoCleveland, at the" CeurtHottie wWiki; tkeeaet fewvfeaki Tary abksera If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa& tTsirVlWrr KWd happeiwd to J? Ham . i-jAfnni r parilla do not be induced to buy any t broke lato variona hoasaa4 Moka here laat Swidayv xOr ipeefle will Gee4 for retttna; ujitll U I t very palafataccideat afodsay aaai? wmm aaaall artklea, Froa ike always have a cordial welcome for : TVMto; r.' .iCanadaAaeawt'lap- - tubMltute article. fTake Hood' and nwjn I aa4 isouthbdn normal school. only Hood's. wMefce thMTAeakit aale July 1617. Good fer retarn n ST7 UMkve4 he kaa lieya to 'Chtldrea'a Day Exerciaea at the until September 3 fee CiUteo loattloo- thop WMR ma net kkh wm eaaaai ee vera! m i fcnytlmt, toi&OtWM Mr Jr'P. Dyera, Roaine, T, B. LVNOHORA-SMMHMI eft ke stem, Safer tkarela Methodist Church .have. Wea poet- - " , iMtwata tkecfcaat aa4 tiw wagon bad TttMday UalaviUeVICy. town poe4 uaUl the tklr4 Miy ia July, CTaaW, im eteff, wiba Found Curo In Hood's After Other Medicines Failed Grlp-Muacular Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK CCALL FOR CASHT" THE GREAT ARMY. THE UNEMPLOYED larger Causes much concern in the ... cities. Fortunately we do not feel the stress as keenly here in Hartford, where - ly DOLLARS vf; ett-aft- Arc not worshiped as they There arc in some place is more charity here than in X the great centers, and the human heart HOOD'S Sarsaparilla At .t Doubls-Quio- CURES ( m Action at a tale of woe. Fair Bros. Co. realize that fidence is returning. Better , time8are dawning and the horded savings are going into circulation. Stocking Legs. Savings Banks. ine Republican and the J. L. Carson & Son, Subscribe for The HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, ftKlft BliOS.peO., Props. Louisville Weekly Commercial. Both papers one year for only $1.25, in uim "M vance. -- iJ WORMS! C.Theo.Cain, WHITE'S CREM ... VERMIFUGE 20 A GREAT WONDER! A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY" to-da- y,. MACHINE SHOP. - V-- rn 1 .- t o, , aromiuMl e, to-da- j - We are now prepared to do all kinds of Casting. Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Keepers,- Binders, etc.; also Gum and Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Eepair Pumps, make Engines, and thing needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and isfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are yours, Very respectfully, m1 MA i uftirvri im .j m ifiriffuri mmm i n, . CPENCERIAN C0LLE6ES Smb OwMrO IUSINESS i f. .'ri'A !. ftii 1 67fV;Jr n O.-A- ceoinl "g&i -- BdjMSuhn. SeeJj5. lunn mjrtt -- ?r M. &gKSBimS&S!S&& imt&M&vm mi ma nuol WjHiy ipw m,mrimrwuwniwii!iHwmm" UjlJ rmYWataW'JM3Ma1aaaiiiB ww "" '" .""'r"" yTSffC.y tfi" "'? '" ' 3fSfc "v"iiTtpwT'?'i",,l' Viiir.' '.iiSV phlmi. y uti mtim tiil' ir r VffTft r aSa? v "' "" "j '"' '' '?,gpj''"' " '.; 4 yyurg SHfHC Bnbacrfptloit ImtTMfor the waters came, their surface covered AND WE ABE NOT SAVED. Few readers or publishers of papeis . . with all kinds of debris. Poor horses i.. fully and clearly understand the was stub-bor- n they paid the penalty of their 1894 Friday, Junk, 22. Dr. Coloman Preached an The degoverning subscriptions. ess, for in less than five minutes Ablo Discourse From tho cisions of the United States Coutt on GRATITUDE OF A BIG BEAR they were swept away and drowned may bo inherited, or acquired during life. this subject are: AbovoToxtat Groon- and the wagon crushed Into splinters. Subscribers who do not give exvillo, Juno 3d. i. Blood rich to insure health. . Rob felt safe for only a few mopress notice to the contrary arc conTHR MUIIMtNBUROKR. As Shown by tho Strango Ex ments and then the tree commenced sidered as wishing to renew their Dr. Coleman filled his regular apporionco of an Arizona to shake and he knew the flood was subscription. pointment at the Baptist Church Huntor washing, the sand from its roots and Sunday. He read for the morning 2. If subscribers order the disconit woUId aoon'glvc away. 111 KlnlnrN to llrnln Wn Not Fr- tinuance of their periodicals, the publesson the 23d chapter of Isaiah, and Rob felt that his time had come, arotten .find the Brnut Hetiirna Oil, with hypophosphites of lime of Cod-live- r lishers may continue to send them after prayer nnd singing, announced I he Favor by Nnvtiiff HI and lcnew he would never be able to until all arrearages arc paid. his subject from the eighth chapter of Tor llir and soda, cureg all Blood Diseases,, including get out by himself if the tree gave I m roil. Jeremiah "And we are not saved," 3. If subscribers neglect or refute Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes the blood way before the torrent subsided. lRNNSVt,VANIA GK1T. A SLUGGISH to take their periodicals from the He spoke in substance as follows: Hut give away is just what the tree rich and nourishing. Physicians the world Robert Stnnsbury is n lumberman CAUSES to which they arc directed, they The theme of this text is the most in the Santa Rita mountains of Ari- did. Luckily it fell so thnt Bob was exalted that has ever excited either Constipation, Sick Headache, over, endorse it. are responsible until they have settled zona. One clay he was held prisoner in the upper branches and- - did not I men or angels. The real classifica their bills and ordered them disconDspopsia, Ncrvousncci, in his lonely cabin by rain. It seemed get into the water at first. Hut it tion of this world is into the saved Portont troubled with skin ruptlont and all who art thin or tinued. AX3 MSTUflBS THE SYSTEM GENERALLY. was only a question of time and trntclAUd should ttko SCOTT'S EMULSION. Curtt Coughs, Colds, as if the rain would never stop. and unsaved, all my audience beIf subscribers move to other 4. and Wssk Umgt. For nil Mich ailments, ami to Impart a natu--r Rob was finallj convinced that branches were washed ofT so that the longing either to the one or the other I, healthy louo to tho Stomach, Liter, and places without informing the publishPrepared by toott A Bown N. V. Druggists salt It tree sank lower and rob was in the Howeli, take some animal was nearby and went for ers and the papers are not sent to the this morning. The subject of salvahis rifle. The wind howled and the water hanging on a very weak limb. tion is no secondary afTair, no suborformer address they arc held reAt this moment Rob became con dinate rain poured down a long tinlc bclore sponsible. matter It is, and must be, Svcry Doo Effective scious that he was not alone on the he heard the sound again. the most exalted theme to men who 5. The courts have decided that redid hear it his quick tree. He heard splashing and hard acknowledge the existence of God When he fusing to take periodicals for the office and ii-hunter's ear told him it w.is a bear breathing near by and then the bear the accountability of min. In all the How long will God forbear? A , or removing and leaving them uncallhe had assisted came into view. She religions i! and that it was injured in some way Where does hope end and where be- ed for, is prima facia evidence of inof the world the existence of scared Rob, as he thought she had gin not howl as it did. or it would tentional fraud. a God is taught, it is impressed in naThe confines of despair. Rob thought he had an easy' thing come to devour him. 6. If subscribers pay in advance ture, and I thank the God of my salThe bear hung to a branch by" her of it, and was soon in sight of his An answer Jrom the skies is sent, they arc bound to give notice at the vation that the evidence of the exisgame. It was a brown bear with its teeth watching Rob One last look tence of a God finds responsive em- Ye that from God depart, end ot the time if they do not wish to repent, While it is called hind leg caught tinder a large log. around and then he let go and was phasis in the heart of man itself. continue taking it; otherwise the put And harden not your heart. How it got there was a mystery at carried away, Uvcrythiug was black Salvation is the chief subject of Bible f Usher is authorized to send it, and ' ll'.rH'Jfff-vift l,MnV.. Clueaa lor 91,000. first, but a little investigation con- for a moment and then he felt some revelation and is most costly. It was ' fbfodUvJLu tybwtijM: the subscriber will be responsible unCourier-Journhas I The Weekly vinced Rob that it must have climbed thing come near him. He grabbed not essential to the glory of God til an express notice, with payment that ' onto the log when the rain had it; it was hair, he held on and in a he should save man. He could have announced another of its popular of all arrearages, is sent to the pubwashed and softened the ground un- moment felt air in his nostrils. He existed in all his glory and all man-kin- d guessing contests, taking the temper- lisher. THE WORLD'S FAII ature at Louisville during the month derneath it and the extra weight had opened his .eyes. The world ol water been lost. Have you considerThe latest postal laws are such that J4&w&tfMm WPWA CX . Committee, who toiled I ha oi August as the basis. One thouswas the same he had left and he was ed caused the log to roll. The bear was this feature of the plan of salvation, newspaper publishers can arrest anyZJEWp Xr. . . surprised and losing his balance Jell hanging to his bear's side. She was that it was not necessary to the glory and dollars in cash will be given free one for fraud who takes a paper and In tho only regular aipoklUn to the new or old renewunderneath and stopped the log from swimming to the "shore with all the of God? The suffering, the humilia- as presents field ttlil", In a heavy growth refuses to pay for it. Under this law w&pGEMcxBBffizts of timothy and rioter, wlOn rolling further. At any rate the bear strength she had and Rob concluded tion and the shame of the sacrifice ing subscriber who guess the hottest their offleltl report: . MTha day, at Louisville, during August, the in in who allows his subscription was soon having to hang on and take his chances. was there, and Rob were not essential to the divine glory, efficiency of tho maclilno U give the closest guess to the to run along for some time unpaid, and Down the stream they went and all tout, under fair condition, an argument with himself about killbut were essential only to his method and then orders it discontinued, ornearly 70 pet cent. Ordinary the time getting nearer land. How in providing a way of salvation. I highest temperature the Webster ing it. ders the postmaster to mark it "reZirtAfAfjir-- Uousa figureat for rmmry At last Rob went up to examine long it took Rob has never been able hope my hearers may go to their Bureau thermometer will reach on fused' 'and have a postal card sent no are Uat Jn,f Th anKiriiitmH nriis nt hiJOtfrM 4K0lAfcMmJfM njA. ai higher In totiltweaty with an draft, the wounded leg. He got very close to calculate, but somehow he felt his homes impressed wlttthelmiwrtance tifying the publisher, leaves himself Courier-Journfficiency of not a bo it CO r is fi a -. '' yet she made no move to attack him, feet touch the bottom and then he got Ul ",ia subject " aaiviiuun. i nave the . rent., mblch latter flgurv rood liable to arrest and fine, the same as fj t ft 9 UWltftK t" picked up the broken weak and Jet . go ins bold but a not prepared a subject beautiful in year, linen guess must be accompa and at last he machine vhould texcted to No lor theft. exceed. TfcoMtVormlel W the. leg to see the extent of the injuries. moment later his shirt was seized and diction and simile to please in these nied by one yearly subscription. 1lKhtrt draft, rnd rnoi effecThe bear seemed to know that she he was hauled to land. Then he was days of hair splitting theology newspaper published in the United 'a ?. . tive it rut cutter jet produoad. ar 'WtrUKi subStates has been so liberal to its flllKbett Medal awarded.) was not in any danger and laid her half conscious of a warm tongue and and discussion. c I think the proper NT head down upon the ground.. The a hot breath on his face. After that subject for all sermons is salvation. scribers, or has offered such liberal prizes to secure new subscribers, as all got blank. When he came to he The moving of the leg must have been JinJii, Reapers tad Hows art bttfH by Mm MeCOftflrCK rUftVEftTMN literal significance of the word During the past the Courier-Jauraa- l. Cti'lCACC, zr,t art lor salt whemtr grain or grass l&.rtw. f r painful, but she did not utter a sound was on dry land, alone and not very n1..n2 .. ,3 .s.l! "c"vcre"": .'" allowing Rob to twist it around as he far from his cabin, which he was per- pending daneer. In a .religious sense , eighteen months it has given away in i present3i absolule, y lrce $,7.400 fectly able to reach with ease. pleased. it means dehverence from the love, m u fo ium up his mind to do all he He made "It has cured others and will cure .,y,,umuM uuuuuwu in am. articles as sewing machines, watches, could for the wounded animal and you" is true only of Ayer's Sarsap.y With a present and eternal security Lsaikff Photographer. busiwent back to his house for rags to tie rilla. The motto suits the medicine Irom its destructive power. The man guns, etc. This in spite of the much ness depression, that is felt as up the broken leg. With his rifle and and the medicine the motto. What exposed in the top story ol the burning .'ietiru Is Srerj Stjle ui Sin, a box of salve he returned and was better assurance could you have that building cries aloud for help the ! or more in newspaper offices than in -- TO SEE TIIB- any other business. Tne weekly soon busy putting the wounded limb a remedy will cure you, than the fact man sinkingbeneath the angry waters firOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged Courier-journaannounced J has just l in the best shape he could with his that it has cured such multitudes A SPECIALTY. of uses his last breath in the cry for aid. the lucky guessers in its May rainfall limited knowledge of surgery. The others? This is physical salvation he cries 108J Main Street. .. u V T I iWH contest. There were 222 of these bear knew he was doing her an act of for, and how great Is his desire. How 37m6 0WENSB0R0, KY guessers, distributed over the States kindness and looked at him as if to Attention 2ttnlillcativ. much more is the danger that threatA Republican Convention is called ens the soul. Salvation also me.ms a of Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, convey thanks. Once she raised her Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Indihead and reached back. Rob thought to meet in Hartford, Ky on Saturwith Christ in the posshe was going to bite him and drew day, June, 23rd, 1894, atone o'clock sesions of God, and, finally all that ana, Virginia, Missouri, Louisiana, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, away but the wounded animal only P. M. to select delegates to represent heaven is and means. Nebraska, Indian Territory, Michithe Republicans of Ohio county in the put out her tongue to lick his hand. On these several definitions the When the work was finished Rob Congressional Convention for the 4th doctor made strong illustrations and gan, Soutn Carolina, South Dakotn, got up and the bear did the same. Congressional district to be held at then he turned his attention to the West Virginia, New York, California, The broken limb was tied tightly and Lebanon, Ky.on June, 27th. 1S94 and negative condition implied in the Florida, Washington and Oklahoma. No better indicator of the circulathe 2nd. Appellate district Conven- text. Was it because there was no did not drag on the ground. CUBES HOTHIHB BUT FILEC tion of the Weekly Courier-JournNot much speed was made, but the tion to be held at Leitchfield, Ky. on salvation provided, no means of obmm tMMMO MNHMM could be had than this list. Sample wounded animal managed to get over July 18th. 1894. taining it, or because you are not con- copies of the paper, with full details A tURK and CERTAIN CURE All Republicans are urged to attend known for astho DE3T the ground slowly and laboriously. vinced of its importance, or even not REMEDY FOR PILES.torn. and blank, may be had by sending Rob watched her go down the hill the county Convention. KinuRMQg wcm co. ir. warned or entreated to accept the a request on a postal card, Address nMii M By order of the County Kx. Com., and attempt to go up the hill on the means. Courier-Journal- , Louisville, Weekly; other side. But the work was too June 2nd., 1894. Turning to the affirmative features Ky. The content closes July I.OCIYILIE,NT.LOUlH TEX. It. ft 31. K. D. Guppv, Ch'm'n. much for her and instead she went of his text he said, you are not saved LouiiTille. St. W. A. Gmso.v, Sec'y. down the gulch a considerable dismi lilnj, because, you refuse to seek this salva tance and lay down. Rob went to why you are Shorthand and Penmanship- tion. I ask you Noll re Voting Plnre. 8CHEDUU5IN KKFECT NOV. I, the house completely disgusted. The voting place in the Select vot- not saved? There is but a step beWe have recently prepared Books Strange as it seemed to himself, his ing precinct has been Daily. WESTBOUND. Dftllr changed Irom tween you and death. As a tree falls on the above,, especially adapted to .Up. first thought the next morning was "Select' to ''Baizetown so shall it lie. Oh, the peril of a soul 'Home Study." Sent on 60 days I.t. LouUtNU -- ....- - . fi45. m. 7:20 p. a. m. 1:11a.m. Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will rolnt... of the bear and he went outside to see in pursuance to the following order of that is not saved! You strive against ;17a.m, 1:07 p. ro. IirDJnburtf....... trial. Hundreds have been benefitted Court: if she was in the same place. He did 9:4 a. in. 137 p.m. ... scllyou a Buggy, llarncas, Lap Duntcrand Whip from 60. 00 Irrloxton .... every influence that is designed for hundreds of dollars by ordering our State of Kentucky, Ohio m. 9:21 p. ro. not expect to find her there, but he phniprt County Court, June your salvation, giving every advan- publications. Why not you? 9:48 p.m. up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company hai (he reputaCloverport ........- did. Then his sympathies comTerm, 1894. ) II we il ........- -. . Utlla.ro. 10:10 p. m. tage to the destroyer of your soul. Should you later decide to enter menced to work again and he went tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory Le w U o rt mhhmm .aU:3Aa.m. 10:34 p. m. J. D. Oliver and 75 other voters of You resent the fact that the gift is our College, you would receive credit 12: W p.m. 11:11 p. in. Owrniboro,.lww...M, down to see how she was getting the Select voting precinct, having free, desiring to offer your own worthp.m. ll.Mp.m. in Cincinnati. Bpotl Title.... ,....... for the amount paid. Four weeks by along. The bandage was still on her filed petition for a change of the vot. 1:25 p.m. 12:30 a.m. iness in exchange for a part, to pay our method of teaching ir. H end tn a. .. g leg and the ground showed that she ing place in said precinct, it is order- for Ko. 64, No. 02, a thing the value of which is be- is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan, ed and adjudged that Dailj. EAST HOUND. Diilr had made several uttemps to get up be and it is changed the voting place from Select to yond your power to estimate. Rejec- Positions Guaranteed under certain 7:15 a. m. 3: 15 p. m. I.t, Urndciton... the hill and failed. Baizetown and the future ting all the pleadings of love and mer737 a. ro. 837 p. m. 8rotUTlUe...nw. conditions. Send for our Free illusRob stood looking at her, wonder voting place in said precinct is estab- cy, you 137 a. m. 4:25 p. m. Oweu'ioro. -stubbornly refuse to believe. trated 96 page catalogue and "state Post office. 9.09 a. m. 6:U p. u LciiUportH........ ing what lie had better do, when a lished at Baizetown You must act the part of a mortal your wants." Address J. F. Draugh- lUwMTi'.I... 93 a.m. ftuto p. at peculiar yelp struck his ear. The Atttest: Rowan Houirook, Clerk. agent. It is not yours to question on, rres t. Bv L. M. Render, d. C. 10.01 a. m. 6:67 p. m. Cloverport ......... . uraugnon's radical sound came from up the hillside and 10:26 a. m. 6:19 p.m. SlrphrniIort. the purposes of almighty God. It is Business College and School of Short11:02 a. m. 7:06 p. ro, When the blood is loaded with imRob left the bear and went to invest!-patIrTioRton not necessary to believe that God en- hand and Telegraphy, Nashville, 11:29 a.m. 7J1 p. m. Brmndtnburg purities, the whole system becomes forces one of your acts, because he Tenn 105 p. ro. 1:06 p. in, Weit Tolat... 600 Students 11 Teachers. -- ANDdisordered. This condition of things It was quite a long search before 1:00 p. m. 9:06 p. m. Ar. LoultTill .... foreknows and is alt powerful. God the past year. No vacation. Enter Rob found what he was looking for, cannot last long without serious re- has decreed that If we trust in him any time. Cheap Board. N. B. Tiaini No. 61 and No. 62 make connection a and he was then several hundred sults. In such cases, a powerful Irtlngton (Sunday excepted) with tralna on Load we shall be saved. Whosoever We pay $5. 00. cash for all vacancies fille, HarJimbur Wtatern R. R, east anJ is needed, such as Ayer's yards from the wounded bear. He in him shall be saved. Who- as stenographer, teach it bound. For further Information, addreaa heard the yelp close to him and it Sarsaparilla. It never fails, and has soever believeth in him shall not per- ers, clerks, etc , reported to' us, proH.C. MOnDUK.Gen.rVrig't. came from a hollow tree. Looking no equal. Louisville, Ky. ish. Finally, the reason you have vided we fill same. ' -down he saw several young cubs. not been saved is because you have Mttaonlc Dnrbeeue M JOiiUvllle- It was not much of a mental cflbrt forNnl. The IouisviIle, St. Louis & Texas not determined to be. If you had made for Rob to feel convinced that the A pood second hand cart. Call at Railway Company will make rate js strong an effort to be saved as to gocubs belonged to the old bear at the of one fare for the round trip from all keep from it, you would be saved. It this office or address theRKruoucAN bottom of the hill. A howl from her stations on main line, Henderson to is more difficult not to do than to do. at this moment made him certain that Howard inclusive, on June 24th, and You have had to grapple with many such was the case. morning traiu of 25th, account of St. questions, but this is the most imundOnfnsiKftTaltfl Finally Rob carried the cubs down curvd al hotuo with Johns Day, tickets good returning up portant. What assurance have y m? to the mother and had the whole toandincludingJune27th. For further If you are saved you will oScy his aU.WOOLLEV.U.U Hartford. Kentucky ' family comfortably located in a rift Atlanta, Qm. Office lOOiWMlthaUSt. information call on agent or address commandments, is not, there remains in the rocks at the bottom of the hill. the death, the judgment and eternity. HCMordue, AGFA., The cubs were so small he 'picked Louisville, Ky. There is a time we know not when, them up and carried them and they m m A point, we know not where, IXni Yon Forget If. . . never made a motion to bite or That marks the destiny of mm, Everybody invited the 23d of June scratch him, To glory or despair. to the Pair Grounds Masonic barbe The cubs grew up without being cue 3,000 people will be there and There is a line by us unseen, afraid of man and then went ort to That crosses every path, J. C. Riley has paid the way for every earn their own living. The old bear The hidden boundary betweeu man, woman, boy and girl. still lived in the same neighborhood God's patience and his wrath. G, J. Bran, Com. Mason- To pass limit is to die, and got around pretty lively, but rethe mained a little lame. The summer To die as if by stealth, ic. rains were just about starting and It docs not quench the I earning eye. Or pale the glow ot health. were coming down unusually heavy, Rob had driven to the nearest store The conscience may be still ateasc, for some supplies and was on his way The spirits light and gay, That which is pleasing still may home. When the river was reached, please, ?f oiler. , which was almost dry in the mornAnd care be thrust nwr.y. The Republicans of Bartlett and ing, Rob saw there was several inches of water on the bottom. The horses Ileflin voting precincts are requested But on that forehead God has set, Indelibly a mark, did not want to go in, but Rob used to meet at their respective voting by man, for man as yet, his whip and soon the middle of the places on Saturday June 16, to select a ijusecn and in the dark, Is blind committeeman to represent them in stream was reached, And yet, the doomed man's path Here the horses refused to go fur- the county executive committee. Mjum flrtf MttrHiL below, .:r . ther and the water was getting By order ol the Ohio county RepubliM frtm Mia littU. unarmed baa4 UMH MM! as Kdeu bloomed, w toiu vcutt j oa HAWKIiKJHU ra, wl aaoramilitary srowaaa. can Kxccutive Committee. higher every moment and the roar a A mar lie did jtot, does not, will not know, utvhanatwi t kh AMrlcui nAlioa. tba It D Gui'i'Y. Or feel that he is doomed told that a frcahet was coming. Rob teat, thai! tAmr.but torrlbl whan arouud. f Vmclm Mam waa taara aad taora vaa ino Questloa W A Guisok, Chairman. was frightened, as the stream was He knows, he feels that all is well, ant what aa waa la lt It la worta artav au, to aa AxaaiCA cmaaw. iii Secretary. ruuninglikca mountain torrent and And every fear in calmed, ood Taaaaaaau trua of Dr. Taaaara W are manHfacturers Buggios, Carta SiirriM ana Carrligei, ana aial dies, he wakes in hell, kidaav dul SMkaeaa Our. It ataaaa vrwf aad He lives, he he was unable to swim. The water ftatajr, waaa it la kaowa aad uaaa ay taeaa waa Not only doomed but dumned. reached the wagon bed, and still the araiaaaaa. IfiouarabowaddowaVftaa-aa consumer, tlwa saviag him the per cant usually paid te rnlaalemt. , Onrarlcea are reaa aJaaaaa, fatoala waaknaaa, ' Maaa tflftwrl uaa. horses refused to budge. A roar like O, where Is this myiterfous bourne, loaataar wiia laairraawMM aaaaaaaa aaaaarix anaDie, ana we guarantee aauaractien. ataaeemwy, looaa, aaia arupucea, aararuiai ayaaiaiia, aoa IJy which our path is crossed, a cyclone soon came down the gulch, aaaaaaaa, try Uaaaa,laaMaaa,wi w.f. araaav.ata,. alaalaa, aall rtuium, or aar aladrad aaaioa. aa Beyond which God himself has and Rob looked up stream and saw FaaiaaaUaaa. fwatlaa "- -' sworn, Ma uaa maa&a a raatoraUaa to fcaalia.aataattc the freshet tearing away before it. aw. I Bona eaaaka, itraatiABM aaawaaaa. la That he who goes is lost. 2mbi aaUa. U tou aaar It ataaaa bataa ' Not a moment was to spare for no ara la aaad taka a laMla w. Ilaal How far we may go In sinr Owaaiaaro, Ky raflaaaa. nooner waft lie in it safe position than Hartford Republican Iwlprr. mr 05p5 I .. Blood Diseases shoulde r-- .'I :M ti J Scott's Emulsion ' l.irr-ANt- ory TV LIVER post-offic- e, vi i n t n AYER'S PILLS .0"SE SENSE atfytJ -- c. bliiLjISi 3 M to-da- , &Vv. W al . jMmm &mffl&& ttm&&&JJXXXhX dbdjfcAtffiA i .Mnfc ... WSSaSm f .Xue.&si 1 . J lfw, Vw1p ... at "' rmulKhJhA&h fX&MUi t' '8M.. I T".1 ,J I kfk I fttffitlar, '' Z. BUTLER, Afi'T, FORDSVILLE. Ik Come to Hartford v iAK; tabler'sd) IE bugkeyeTi OINTMENT T I5yrs Lii i , iw al SPRING OPENING1 OF to-da- BOOIKEEPING ll. C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the i. y Davis Carriage Company. Post-offic- , ...... , 10.-1- 1 book-keepin- So come and judge for yourself. Post-offic- r NEW e. WEEKLY ONE TRIBUNE th book-keeper- s, You cancot afford ing elsewhere. to be without The Get our prices on Job Wok before mnmi YEAR . Ad dress all orders to Hartford Republic- WHISKEY IIAItTFORD REPUBLICAN.. an, Subscribe at once. The proceeds of the dinner at the barbecue will be used tp repair the Hall, for the and tm9m &Mwm.i'Mm.3mm& ';!. mm benefit of the Widows and Orphans Home. i- - May-bloo- YOll tf BVTULJa. Jfc--J UM2SLm' "''J' 2.'. dirtctirJaj -- Dick Tillford will have everything in the refreshment line for the Barbecue. ?. A. A1&E3 A 00 J J .nijfcdiiaW fr 1 ujtfftar. ii, --n f u.u .