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Will show how you stand with ,Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and wo THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK ETve:r y VOL. VI. fr--'- OF- Of THE PARI? IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. EC.Jri.c3L- - will send you The Loulsvlllo wookiv uommorclal ono year frco. Subscrlbo at onco. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1894. ROCK OF AUVJi NO. 50. fc t adds a certain degree of realism to shlrtl she says, in her most preem-tor- y PROFESSJONAIj oasd. tones. the claim that chemicals are used. It Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report runuc opinion, London. is pretty generally known, however, hrfiid over the garment, "I that damp straw, crude nsphaltuui "'Why, John Norris!' she cries, 'Rock of Ages, deft for me " nnd nssafoctidanic the principle in- with womanly triumph. 'This is n Thoughtlessly the maiden sung; gredients. It is for the burning of a perfectly good slrrt. All it needs n OWKNStiORO, KV. Pell the words unconsciously s Will practice his profession in i3avie?s From the girlish, guileless tongue; these "expensive chemicals" that the Is a new neckband.1 farmers yield up their dollars. and udjounug counties. Special at"And the cufls are ragged, too Sung as little children sing; Sung as sing the birds in June; tention given to collections. Oflico, In the bombarding system two plans I answer mildly, Bauk of Commerce Building. Fell the words as light leaves down are use-- One man will use the old 11 'And new wrist bands, and the t On the current ol the tune style mortar, from which are dis- button-hole- s worked overshe adds. "Rock of Ages, cleft lor me, Jhs, N. Jleim, j, . II. Wrddliitf. charged shells containing dynamite, " 'Well, never mind what it need. lct nic hide myself in Thee." GLENN & WEDDING, which explode high in the air. This I don't intend you shall bother with Felt her soul noticed to hide, is what Colonel Dyrenforth old in it. You will never get it to fit in the song as song could be, Sweet the Texas under the sanction of the neck anyway I throw it in as a final And she had no thought beside; HARTFORD; KY. All the words unheeding ly United States government. In the clincher. (Office, oyer Anderson's Ilamnr.) AFTER THE VERDICT, blow her nose and poked the fire, and Fell from lips, untouched by care, second plan hot air balloons arc used "'That's just like your extravaWill practico their professl6n in all then turned to Mr. Thompson again. Dreamed not that each might be tho courts of Ohio and adjoinihg counTo them are attached masses of some gance!' she cries. , I'm going to fix Somebody In the court wrote a proI1Y HIXKUTON On some other lips a prayer CAV. high explosive.with fuses timed so as that shirt. The idea of throwing posal ox marriatro and passed it to me as ties, and court of Appeals, h Special "Rock of Ages, clelt for me, fioon as the damages were awarded; he attention given to criminal practice (Copyright, 1891. by the Auibor.1 to cause explosion high in the air. away a perfectly good garment! I'll Let me hide myself in Thee." and collections. waa beforehand'Wlth you." Both systems have their advocates. fix it so you can never tell the differJ"Do you mean that you accepted "Rock of Ages, cleft for me " felt very lonely I The pot plan is the more popular de ence AndsHedid. 'Twos a woman sung them now; and very mlser- - nirav- xnompson grew red with anger, y S vice, especially with the rainmakers, " 'That'iS the way I get nly dothes Sung them slow and wearily Cj 1 able as she nat4 and his hair stood up more aggressively (l In her cheerless than before. Wan hand on her aching brow; as the expense is small mended," concluded Mr. Norris. No, 1 did not, any more than I havo bird Rode the song as storm-tossejJT lodgings ono TOR CL0THE5. AW The theory of the bombarding sys- "Just tell n woman she can't do anydark November I ftCcppted you; but I like him better than Beats with weary wing the air; tem is that sudden alternations in the thing and then stand aside nnd sec l d00"' . OAMSCK 00 CUTTl TMC FfVOOTtR afternoon. She I V&2U 'r'&lv Every note with sorrow stirred, "twiyy- - no asued, sharply. ought to havo atmosphere produce cooling of the air how quickly it is done. JlAKT'Olt!, KV. Kvery syllable a prayer "Because he took 'no for an answer." Will practice his profession in Ohio been In good l(Ro:k of Ages, clelt for me, sufficient to condense and release the bV A AV A "Good.by, Miss Wortley for the and adjoining rtUB spirit p, for she NMAI.MIOUNi:. counties, and court of Iet me hide myself in Thee." moisture. This fallacy is older than had won her prcsentl" Mr. Thompson said, making Appeals. Mr, Ilurch Taylor, of near Dcaver Special attention given to for the invention of i, O case in tho law j a frantic ,. rushMr. his hat and gloves. 'Rock of Ages, cleft for roe" collections. Offico east side of public "Good-byDam, visited here last week, the guest Thompson." courts, but she ' in an sentence, says: Ups grown aed sung the hymn Thompson opened tho door and gavo square. of I B. Taylor. was fur from Trustingly and.tenderly; "It is a matter of current observation to sw reeling so. in admittance Ho some one whoatwas 'about E.D.nUKFY. Mr. Hhvood Mills. Drakesboro, is Voice grown weak and eyes grown that extraordinary rains pretty genergavo a look to knock. cr the newU.D.RINAO COPYRIGHTS, visiting friends in this community. dim comer, and hesitated to leave, but a ally fall alter great battles." ted more than CAW I ART A Iff A I'ATKXTf r to "Let me hide myself in Thee." Crizff3r Sc DKingro, Berry and Defile Taylor are visiting ever that shu hud been persuaded by very decided action on tho other's part pnxnM aiuwar and n honest ouintnn. wilta A cubic mile of air which was cx- H A: CO.. who have bad nearly 3 ft 7 yean? Trembling though the voice and low spertanm In the patent troatnaa. Common ta-that pushing llttlu lawyer, Nicholas Induced him io .do so. Tho door penmented on in Texas on the night i tlona vtflctl? onolMwitli u AimniniiwiiK Ran the sweet strain peacefully. which had been hcl(Lopen so meaningly formation ommraln ateata and bow to Y. Taylor, near Beaver Dam, at this Thompson, to bring tho action for 0Co33.tu.ci-- r. Like a river in its flow; tain tbMD aans fraa. Alao a mtaJofM oimoi for him was very promptly slammed brcsch of proraUo at all. of Friday, November 25, 1892, will Ii ! Icat aod ademiSo tfXika MMt fraa. Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio writing. Sung as only they can sing rvv vmt him, not without a suspicious ratvntj Ukea tLroacb Matin a Tho amount of damages awarded to after serve as nn illustration, The record mvciAl notlMtutM HctenUfle AMerlrtta. apd movement, which looked like a kick, and adjoining Wno life's thorny paths have pressed; counties, Superior Rev. J. W. Bigham is conducting a her did not dazzle her; a thousand lhn BJtt bttMBht wtdhr bafaraLha MbllawUa shows that the temperature of the air frna to tb tnTantor. Tbl aolatxtltf taper, Court and Court of Appeals. Colct waeklr. Uwantly lUwtrmiM. aaa bf for tfee Sung as only they can sing series of meetings at Equality. Rev. pound would buy her a tfrent many aimed at tho departed guest iMoed was 72 degrees, the dew point as 31 The newcomer was Oliver Toogood, a lections aud all legal business attendWho behold the promised rest things shu larraat rtrtxuaMoa of aviactaatlSo work la tee really want, but all a Hunter, of the Rockport circuit, is her actual did notwere -roria. . M j r. mt. HiinMl. mnlM - tnt ffM. hearty-lookin- g ;.. M . ".r7 man of forty, ed to. Offico 329 E. Market St. "Rock of Ages, cleft for me, ii wants degrees. To cool a cubic mile of that :" . amply supplied tall, burly, mngi ntuaincnuiuaBLBoniBir.Hxvaroar nrriM.M I mmj. icrtrr DQinbtr domains paao already by her own Industrious fingers, having tho appearance of a country Let me hide myself in Thee." air to the dew point would reqnirc also with him. Ufa pUtaa, la ooibra, and pbotncraba ox ow gentleman, though he was really a ftouaaa. with plana, enablinf Vuildara In ahow tba The ice cream supper given by the which were always busy with typeand narcnntrarta. ArtdrM the abstraction of as much heat as late! OMlrn OuwMiw youiu 3 BbuauwaT. "Rock of Ages, cleft for horse in his R. H. WEDDING, AIUMN A til young people of this vicinity nt Mr. writing; und it would not give her tho county dealer, very well knowndealing. Sung above a coffin lid; for honesty and fair would raise 88,000 tons of water from only thing she wanted somo one to P. Mnddox's Inst Priday night love. He drew up a chair to the fire, which Underneath all rcstiully, the freeJug ioiut to the boiling point was now burning brightly, and, flushed was quite an enjoyable a flair. All life s joys and sorrow hid; A stumble up the dingy staircase, To cool it another 11 degrees would with excitement and without salutasoul, Never more a storm-tosse- d Beaveu Dam, Ky. There were quite n number from into which tho fog penetrated with Imrequire the extraction of as much tion, began: Never more from wind and tide, punity, and a knock at the door (tit. Loui Southwestern Uy.) n ill practice his profession in all Kch-ol- s here who attended the picnic nt "What was that cringing little beg the Como In," Nora a visitor. Never more from billows roll more heat. The water set free would courts of Ohio and adjoining TO last Saturday. gar doing here?" said, absently, forgetful of Wilt thou ever need to hide. be 20,000 tons, which would give about counties. Also Notary Public. ," "Ho came to seo me, Oil Mr. eyes, and lingers besmoked Miss Kva Chinn is visiting her sisCould the sightless sunken eyes, Nora said, nervously. in tho Closed beneath the sott, white hair; 1.4 pounds per square foot, or ,27 of ter at Taylor Mines, who has been with perusing her "Well, tho less you have to do with M. U IlKAVniN. an inch of rainfall. The amount of dull, smoky fire. SlIIiUlYTAYr.OK. Could the mute and stiflencd lips THE ONLY LINE sick for the past week. The door opened and gave admittance him out of business hours tho better," latent heat set free by the condensation Move again in pleading prayer, Service from , With through Car Farmers are busy harvesting their to a short, spare-manHEAVRIN & TAYLOR, who bustled In he said, brusquely; "1 can't deny but Still, aye still, the words would be of that amount of water would raise oats nnd meadows. The oats crop is and was nil over tho room before he that he has done your work well. I "Let me hide myself in Thee." 100,000 tons of water from the freezhad finished saying: "Good afternoon," suppose you aro very grateful to him, MEMPHIS TO ing point to the boiling point, und it not very good on account ol the con- and had laid his hat and gloves In a and all that?" RAINMAKERS AT WORK. tinued drouth? "Yes, I supposo I am," Miss Wortley HARTFORD, KY. place of security. Ho was very plain, would be necessary to abstract this I have just learned of the death of with reddish hair, which stood straight said, doubtfully; "I don't know." Will practice thier profession in all heat "You ought You up on his head, eyes, Film Flam Wizards Operat- mightin orderAllthat the rainmaking Aunt Jane Ashby,ot near Centertowti, with red rims andand eyelashes to sppak would not havo to know, then.pounds the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining got a thousand go on. this, thcrainmakers no No change of Care to She died at 11 o'clock Tuesday of. Nora turned up the gas nnd stood damages if ho had not gone about it counties, and iu tho Court ot Aping With Farmers. propose to do with stinkpots and firepeals. Special attention given to morning. B. waiting to hear his business. crackers. collections. Office, in County AttorCaldrnHv Morlnm nnd BaltoonaAii OR 1NTERMEDITE POINTS. "Now, do filt down, do sit down. Miss until Una fiklco I ney's office, in Court House. Dawn Rainmakers arc at present experi"Be sure 3011 get AyerV is an imWortloy," ho said, with brisk, though the Knln From II en ten. J menting in the southern part of the portant caution to all in search of a embarrassed utterance. "1 have Just tolkdo bladk. dropped In for a friendly chat and to state. Baker, the pioneer, is at pres- thoroughly reliable exchange Although experiments under govPerry Westerfield, ent at Long Beach and has cstnb. Ayer's Sarsaparilln being the one on verdict, youcongratulations about tho through Coaches and ernment Carrying know." auspices have failed to pro- lished stations in Ventura and San which there can be no manner of "Thank you," said Nora, without enthe duce rain, there are hundreds of peoTravelling Pullman Sleepers. Louis Obispo counties. A man named doubt, It .has stood the test of near- thusiasm; "I am Mire you did your best fiucfit farming, gruziug Mid timber ple who Mill think there is something of Fogarty is near Lompoc. It is said ly half a century7and has long" been for me, and, justcourse, 1A thank you." Beavkr Dam, Ky. M lauds. And reaching the most pause ensued, so." "Just so, in it. that he got a paper securing to him considered the standard. which Mr. Thompson bridged over towud utnl chic in the Iocal Forecast Official Pague, ol $125 for each quarter with sundry disjointed ejaculations. of an inch of San Francisco, says the Chronicle, rain The lrentriit Trip of UieKrnnon "I I dare say you know I am a bachthat he might produce within ten To old Point Comfort and the sea elor, MissWortley?" has been pelted with inquiries about days. The professor established him "No, I did not, Mr. Thompson." Ycildinp rainmaking. No sooner does a self in shanty, and proceeded to boil shore the most enjoyment for the FARMING LANDS. "Yes, yes, I nm, I'm sorry to say. It s:t up bis apparatus than a pot. He commenced on the 9th ult smallest expense. Isn't right, you know, and I roust . abumlttut y all the ccicnlz, corn and The regular annual excursion to say I havo been struck by the afthe people begin to indite letters to and worked until the following Mou-daHartford, Ky. cottou, am! especially adapted to the : old Poinr Comfort in charge of Mr. fectionate disposition you havo disthe head of the local weather bureau. The wizard presented a bill of practice closed. Now don't speak, my dear lady cultivation ol rmall fruits aud early Mr. Pague replies to these, and he -WILL courts of his profeeeion iu all J W. A. Wilgus, T. P. A., will be run Ohio aud adjoining It is so, very much struck, indeed, in $65 for chemicals, and the farmers vegetable!, Thursday, July 26th, via of CO & S. fact, madam. Your affection is a treashas a collection of curiously spelled counties and Court of Appeals. Spec"WIIAT WAS THAT CIUXOfXQ " UTTXJS cheerfully paid the bill. Affording and more curiously worded communiGRAZING LANDS. ure I long to possess" ial attention given to collections. BE00AB D0IX0 1IKRK?" W. railway, from Beaver Dam, on regIn nearly all the cases reported to ular train, leaving at "Excuse mo," bald Nora, hastily; "I the right way. I havo got tho money excellent pasturage during almost the cations upon this topic. Office over Carson & Co. 3:33 a. in., conthe Weather Bureau the contract calls necting with sea shorespecials, which havo no affection for anyone." here for you." Ho slapped his pocket entire year, and comparatively close The, first attempt during the past "Come, come, Miss Wortley, just significantly. "I could not make up 1 for the production of rain within ten to the great market. leaves I. & N Union Station at 1:30 listen to me. Accept my hand and you my mind to pay good money Into dirty season was in Tulare county. A man v i. days from the signing of the contract. p. in TIMBER LANDS. Covered with named Baker played Jupiter Pluvius, The round trip to old Point will find plenty of affection for me. I Angers, that as much might stick to It In this state, with the exception of will Comfort is only $15.50 nndthe tickets very malco you an excellent husband, as he chooses. Tako my advice, Nora, almost inexhauMiblo forests of yellow conducting his operations in a shanty domesticated, don't smoke, don't and havo his bill taxed." the present season, for ten days to are good woods Great volumes of smoke, accompanied until August 17th, with stoppiuc, cypress ami the hard drink, not very particular about my "You are very kind to Interest yourpass during the wet season was unover tickets returning only. meals, and very easily pleased, if anycommon to Arkansas und Eastern by an (odor like nothing Tulare had known. This is self about It," said Nora, wearily; "but the only element of one cares to study me. Now just say I don't think Mr. Thompson is likely to Texas. ever know were seen pouring out of This trip surpasses any offered the chance that interfered in any way and It Is settled." Can be procured on reasonable and a Btovepipe in the shanty. The smoktraveling public when you consider 'yes am muchallobliged, but I would overcharge or cheat me In fact, he "I with the plans of the rainmaker. wishes to make me his wife." advantageous termi. the small expense nnd the many de- rather say 'no.'" ing was kept up for several days, and The making of such a confession was The rainmakers being guaranteed a lightful am not going to take that for distinctly contrary to Miss Wortley's "But i diversions offered. Grand an inch of rain fell. Mr. Baker's liberal sum for their expenses, simply answer; If you won't say 'yes' to- usual manner, but a sudden inclination All Hum connect with nnit have tick success as a rain producers was her and beautiful scenery, invigorating an day I will call again and so gamble on rain falling. There is no clNon MilevtA the mountain nir, ocean on every day. No six and clghtpence, seized her to show her quondam lover alded through the state. L that she was not despised by everyone, science in their labors, or their fires, voyage, palatial entertainment at the you know!" When the farmers read the forecast though he had cast her off without or their detonations Chances based Hygela Hotel and a visit to "I assure you I mean no," said Miss reason. in the papers predicting light showers the Capon the experience of previous years in Wortley, decidedly; "I beg you will HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. "Uut you are not going to marry ital if so desired. Ask yourueareM Ticket Ageut for some of them thought Forecaster take that for an answer, I shall never him?" this state were all they had to .conIs prepared to do jinyjind all kinds The low rate of $2 50 per day has get engaged again," maps, time tables, etc., aud write to Pague knew that the rainmakers were sider. "I I don't know." They played against the 4Toor thing, poor thing. You havo Prices most "Surely you will nover tie yourself of Dental Operations. any of the following for all in form a at work. In fact one of them wrote weather to win, and the fajmcrs play- been secured at the liygeia Hotel for such an affectionate disposition, your to a little peddling attorney chap like reasonable. Office over Williams & all who go on the special Kvery atto him saying the reason he predicted ed tion you may desire coucerniug the thoughts are running on tho Injury both ends against the middle and tention and courtesy will be extended that great bruto did you. Never mind, thatl" he burst out, impetuously; Bell's Drug Store. those showers was because he knew trip to tbo Great Southwest. "why, I could buy him out and out lost. to ladies without escorts. Choice of my dear, a thousand pounds makts a four times over. A little snip like that the rainmakers were operating in that R. T.O.MATTHEWS, routes returning, between Richmond vicinity, and rain was sure to result that I could take up with my flngtrand Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. Ayer's Pills possess the curative and Clifton Forge, thumb." will be given, enafrom their efforts. virtues of the best known medicinal bling those E. W.LaBEAUME, "It Is very lonely for me," said Nora, who desire to visit LynchThe rainmaker is a gambler on the plants. These Pills looking down so that Oliver Toogood G, P. Tkt. AgtM 8t. Louis, Mo. are scientifically burg, Natural Bridge and other points weather, with no chance of losing, only saw her long dark lashes. prepared, are easy to take, and safe J. A. EDSON, "But you might do better than that," of interest. rain or no rain. The method has been for young and old- - They are invaluGcn'I Supt., Texarknua, Tx. Oliver blurted out, "with what you Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 per to make a contract with farmers by able for havo saved and my thousand pounds." regulating the bowels, and for berth, from Louisville to o!d Point 'fxBVBBaaaaaawHVTvhi which they agree to pay a certain "Yes," said Nora, still keeping her the relief nnd cureof stomach troubles. Comfort, to be occupied by one two eyes cast down, "perhaps I could. I or sum of1 money on the falling of a cerI ANYWHERE have had other offers." persons, and applications forslceping tain quantity of rain during a given Geillns; II Done. Sk "Tho deuce you havel" car space should be made at once to time, say ten days. Charges are also Ow' HROOKUN UK. Ilttt " EVERYWHERE I made for "chemicals" or dynamite. W. A. Wilgutv 253 Fourth Street, Welly he.putin, impatiently. "Why "It's strange I can't get my wife to don't you accepftho best of them?" Two" systems are employed the mend my clothes," remarked Mr. Louisville; Ky. For further parties UMMIR BXOURSION "1 shall never marry without" Tl C KITS ai via t lars address as above or call on Agent pot" system and the "bombarding11 Bridie, disgustedly. "I asked her to "An eoual sum on tho nart of the OFFICE OVER RED FRONT erect- sew the buttons on of the C. O. & S, W. R. K. plan. In the former a shanty is man? Well, here's the money I have to t this vest morning, ed, a huge caldron is taken in, to- and she has never touched it." hand over." Is prepared to do all kinds of RAXXHOAD, lie plumped down a:bulky pocket-boogether with mysterious bottles and "You asked her?" observed Mr. 'J via do " Dental work at reasonable prices. To the Sprlift and MeunUlMaf Vlrflala. packages. Soon a dense cloud of Norris, with a slight shrug ol his protested a mem'" " "There take it and count it Bank To the Laheo and Woodo of th Nortt, ber of the family smoke is seen raising through a hole shoulder," of England notes all of them. I can't UACuxLon." 'you know To the Seaihoro aad the Oooaa, that had long think whst the deuce you wanted to or stovepipe in the roof. The sky be"Yes. What else shal I do?" I 7f WA bean afflicted yery excellentplasterand will soothe quarrel with me for' TO HUIi THE PROfilHENT RESORTS ing obscured by the smoke.clouds are "You haven't been married very with a caso of the wound very much! That reminds "Oh, Oliver," she said, gently; "I alIK TUB formed apparently. Sometimes rain long, and perhaps you'll take a pointconsumption. me bless my soul, how could It have ways heard that the quarrel of lovers PER MONTH escaped ine? oi course you shall havo was the renewal of love, and I never Reference was UNITED STATES ANDCINAIA falls aqo the experiment is considered er from me," remarked Mr. Norris Fen-ner- 's entire control of your money yourself, thoujrhtyou would leave me because of IN had to Dr. Own a success.. AS WELL At TO TUB with a fatherly air. though I could find an excellent Invest- what I said." "Never ask a Golden Remade easily and honorably, ulthout capiWith he smoke goes an odor which woman to mend anything. That's lief. Doubt had ment for It." tal, during your spare hours. Any man, Pleasant Spots Mar Horns: "Well, I never meant to." ,, 'Thank you, Mr. Thompson, but 1 been expressed that It would euro conyou said cruel w omaii, ftoy, or girl can do the u ork hnmt-Il"Hut you did, fatal." M OBAYSON SPJU37Q8f had will not marry you, and as for the things about me." and sumption. The protesting member without experience. Talking unLOOK AT TRE3K POINTS, "Why, what do you mean?" vV g witnessed the Invalld,tho frequent visits money you were Instrumental In getnecessary. Nothing llko It for DAW10K SPMKGg, aftowiac waero if. "Which mischievous persons repeatPtaroej'a PbaaantPtl- cvtr offered hefore. Ournorkors "Do as I do. When I want to have of the Doctor, 'and had accompanied tho ting for me, I am so ashamed of it that ed, Nora. J always meant to cotue - CJUTlTtKDlK unuKM, Jdto excel tfce ordl-'trips South' Had noticed the "hectlo No time unslcd In nanr puui a shirt mended, for instance, I take it flush," tho "nervous irritation," the I think I shall glvo it to somo charity." round in the end, only I heard that always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you In "Nonsftnse, Miss Wortley, you will Thompson was urging you to bring an smaller; in my hand and thelrSodal, HtUhful, aad KcOooak expeclaejTe Kamoua for a night how to succeed from the Urst hunt up my wife, "constant cough" the "profuse I iJ totaketeaeter get over this. I wh that fellow was action for breach of promise of marAdranUfta. toration." hour. You can makn u trial without cxr la their wan. No "Where is that rag-baMrs Norris?" He had also seen the discontinuance not such u great hulking brute. I riage, and that made me turn stubborn. XOCAXr aUWBAYKXCUmaiOKTlCJCET penso to yourself. Wo start yon, furnish ping; ao distur- of all these tho administration of Dr. should like to glvo hfm a horsewhipara on aale between all station within a I demanded fiercely, 011 the busiWell, count your money, glrW everything needed baace; no reacUon of fifty mllea, and Fenner's Uoldea Relief, followed by tho ping as soon as the money 'Is paid, of a.fftrwwd 11 "I I don't want It!" said Nora, sob- ness successfully, and guarantee you What do you want the rag-baWKKKKKBTXCKKTat will be told loLouU. I restoration to perfect health, and ho course," Their influence vUlc. McraphU. aad radacb, from point la 1 bing, and biding her face In her bands; against failure If you hut follow our ,1 ta$U Bt their toaio for?' she asks, 'suspiciously. knew the Golden Relief was what had the vidBlty oftbo cltlea. filiuple, plain Instructions. Header, If "If you think to please aiody abusing "I hate it, and " I or etTenathewlneT ef- done it Ho waa f honest and fearless" Oliver, you uro very much mistaken," 41 you are hi need of ready money, and 'I want to throw this shirt away, enough to " toll tho truth.' Cures also "And me, too?" Rate, achednlea and an Information refwtttaw feee og aha iateaUne. they laereeee the Svsut to know all ahout'tho bout paying a trip In any direction wilt be furnUfacd on appli- natural actio of the bowele, aad permaOliver got up softly, and stood before soretnroat, bronchitis, colic, dysentery, Nora Wortley said, hotly. "I will It's all worn out' I reply. cation to aujr afent of tht business before tho public, scud u youv nently care OooailpaUoa, BiHiaaeei, Jaua bruises, burns, cuts and all sores In hear nothing against htm." her. 11 address, and we will limit you a Uocu 'Let me see it she demands. CkHSfHkt, OWo k Sottwoo4ora R. It dioe, Indja4lop. Plfafaieei. Hour Stomach, "I will wuger that ho Is suylng nasty v fact, incammauen la aay form or piaco "And me too?" ho repeated, gently. meut giving you all tho particulars. Biok orHUotts HeadacheaV aad every atke w and invmii mnulrtajr twnVt tawttt1a m rj 'But I, put the garment behind, my from a corn to a consumption, No Inenough things against you," tho attorNora advtftUiaf ataaW, doasrtMafaay paftfcnter re- - aVeaedafl no ney said, viciously 4,01lver Toogood to "No,"'and 1 murmured; "I"was going flammation no corn, no Inflammation d m or rtaorta.can procure aestt by wriUaT to Any child takes these ,tmy, TRUE CO., Box 400, back. say, won't have It' Ono tableepooaful does consumption. any orih.fettewUf; BaUetareaSy. TBrt!&Ua)Mh sealed tteltyi doesn't like parting with his money 14 t'WMl you havu me. Instead, dear? I 'No, my dear,1 I answer. Auctitfa, There cures La GrippVXew disappoints, U nuy butter than other people do; so Tlaa sad thus asp always wiuaaa wklla i. T. htWOMIL don't see why wo cant make It up, now ""WSJiA. they eaa easily be carried w the rtM,lTkttAfU is no use of your attempting to do there Is nohurm In your having u shy the lawyers havo dono their worst with fiPVOAB, ar. Jfoeahag ales at aa r arise k as Ksarais, tby Take a bottU aocaa at him If you want to," shaarVa awamwleerf to'vire seslaaaeaafla. or anything with it. It a av 1. eiaaaaai a us. Will you, Nora?" V r.iimH. raw. Ac year Bssaey hi retsrasd. Yoa pay saly for 'Hut 1 don't want to," said Nora, Man 44 wailut.iaTiua,BT. Scurmtfia iVron Nora turned up a wet face, glorified 'Ut me sac it she reiterate iTaaJUh ire broken dowu from overmen with dlfllculty keeping buck her tears; with happiness. Aad those troubled with aenouaneaf resolttaa wiU be relkved by taklaf "'But-ifall worn . from tare or overwork tfM you Browti'H.JroH 111. laaoM K r "ho wus always very kind to me, and "Oh, Ml hrewn' Irtm Bitter ea oeouiae no doubt It wai my own fault that he seemed Oliver r' waa allshe said, but 11 rebutof tha ayaUun. uKli illffftttfoy. Uw 444Now, John, ydS "give hic that LOVUTILLS, BY. to satisfy Mr. Toogood vastly caw blltf.sadrunMtuaUtl. (k awsaaU'taS49eadni7eatohMf. sad emaaed rwl Uses wisptsa he trade mtrk backed out of his engagement." Nora well IVORY 50AP m -- jj Baking Powder . LA WYER, ABSOLUTELY PURE LAWYERS, d J pUuT m gun-powde- r. I'lu-tnrcl- crzsipr , orneys jjgt $paw, , -- 4 me" Cotton Belt Route Attorney at Law, .4 'Arkansas, Texas tear-stain- Too-good- love-lette- rs I U prop-peruu- ttorneyajatLaw light-colore- d Two Daily Tj ains J9 blood-purifie- r, Attorney at Law. Great Sout h west. W. H. BARNES rain-produc- er jffiimiuT m 1 y. 1 J. R. PiRTLE 1 JSK I Cotton Bolt Rout surl-bathin- DENTIST 11. wmm ? DENTIST. k. MMsjy 120 DOLLARS Locality money-makiny, Your , iwi J ct 7fiT7 g 't)l . sufar-ooate- . Main. to-4a- rrs i r te t ? V t M- -1 7 T Judge Guffy goes right along car- Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING If tho Republican party was re- JO.B.KOUEKN, Editor kikI Proprietor. 13 Friday, July, m Republican Klertluii, N fc For County Clerk D. M. I locker. For County Attorney K. 1 Ncnl. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John V. illnck. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. I?or Coroner G. C. WcstcrfieUl. MAGISTRATES: For County judge John I. Morton. For Sheriff Cai. r. Keown. o. r Hartford A. S. Anil. Kosine C. I. Woodward, Cromwell Jont D. Wilson. Fonlsville Buford coNSTiint,r.: rying tho inetructlouaoftho counties sponsible for tho strikes and tho Jor his nomination for Judge ot tho Homestead riots of 1892 as asserted by the Democratic politicians, docs it not Court 0 Appeals. follow by liko reasoning that tho Anarujlv is not nlouo tho direct Democratic parly U responsible for enemy ol government, it h tho enemy tho present strikes and recent blood ol labor as well, though pretending fihed? It would seem so. Is this charge to he its benefactor. true or wore tho Democrats merely jesting in 1802? Which horn will A tew of tho L. & N. empoyes went out on n stiiko at Louisville you take? Monday on the order ot CV.ar Dobs, Mkn talk about the powor ot Wall hut their places havo been tilled, tho Street and the power ot tho money strike there is ended and tho strikers king aud the power ot capital, but have been begging their old placei there is no other such power on earth back in vain. as that which enables one man liko a 1 Hartford Hosea Shown. Kosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford Among all the wild, loud.ronthcd, lawless mobs doiug violence over tho country, is not one grain of patriot ism. Aunrchy, not love of country is the mark which distinguishes these men from their fellow citizens, who respect law and good order. Debs or a Sovereign to call out a million and ot men from honest labor to idle lawlessness and Mop tho machinery of the mightiest domestic commerce of the world. Tho combined powor of all trusts aud all monopolies is a pigmy beside such a giant. r - h lf gram careful and systematic study? Would it not be well to prepare for the County Institute with ad much care and zeal as for the examination? Suppose you try the plan and spend next week in studying the various subjects ollered fn the program. If What it the brick walks do cost all the teachers ot the county would a little more and what if they do put do that the meeting of week after property holders to inconvenience, next would be the most profitab'e some of them great inconvenience? Is ever held tu these parts. OR JlTIMlt: COl'KT OK APl'KAI.. it not better that a few suffer rather We are authorized to announce Tin: past week bus been one of the than the many? And do not the lew most intentc excitement in and around JudorB. I,. D. GlTl'V, have the advantages as well as the Of Butler county, as a candidate for the cities suffering the great railroad office of Judge of the Court of Ap- many? Aud is it not tho property of the strike. Chicago ha been the great is enhanced in value? peals from the Second Appellate Dis the few that center of interest, although grave trict of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. There is perhaps no county in this complications have arisen in other part of the State better equipped cities. The whole trouble came up Democratic Tickot. with school furniture and apparatus over the quarrel between the PullFOR (OtMY JVlUi K, than is Ohio county, and yet there is man Car Company and their employWe are authorized to announce much work to bo done. No Tiustee ees, the A. R. U. striking through E. T. Williams should cease his efforts until his school "sympathy." The men would neith As the Democratic nominee for Counaccording to ty Judge of Ohio county. Ktcction, house is furnished with patent seats or Work themselves, November 6, 1894. their agreement with the railroad and other modern conveniences. companies, nor would they allow The program for the Institute others to work. Whoever attempted Give us brick walks. means just what it says when it says to move attain was iu danger of death Common sense calls for brick walks. "paper.Tarties to whom such work is or great bodily harm. Trains were assigned 6hould prepare something to ditched, engines "killed' cars burnNecessity demauds brick walks. be read and not humiliate themselves ed aud every manner of lawlessness What's the matter with the rock and impose upon their fellows by com- committed. On Saturday there was ing up with some frivolous excuse a conflict between the pile? rioting strikers about lack of time and preparation. Economy demands the laying of If unprepared niue out of every ten and the soldiers in which the mob came out second best and several men brick walks. will havo no excuse. were killed and many were wounded. Sunday night President Cleveland Col. W. O. Buadley and Hon. Montuomeky and Murray had a and Uncle John W. Lewis will speak at the monkey and parrot time of it at Leb- issued a proclamation Sam's blue coats have siuce been takLeitchfield Convention Wednesday anon last week. The crowd went wild ing a hand. for Murray and refused to hear MontToo many teachers cease hustling gomery, until the Cloverport man So far as we arc informed the as 60on as the contract is "signed up' came forward and reproved them and instructed vote in the race for by the Trustees. Is that true in your told them that surely they would lisJudge of the Court of Appeals in the case? ten to their Congressman speak The Second District is as follows: For is a foregone conclusion that the indications are that things will grow Feland Daviess, 111; Todd, 14; Allen, It Hon. W. 0. Bradley will lead the exceedingly hot by the time the Pri- 12; total 40. ForGufly: Butler, 13; mary occurs, August 4th. McLean, o; Meade, 4; Edmonson, 0; Republican column in the Gubernatorial race of 1895. The Louisville cveuing Post 6f Wed Cumberland, 9; Breckenridge, 12; Grayson. 12; Monroe, 11; Ohio, 10: Eyery teacher worthy ot the name nesday heads its news columns with total 88. Simpson county scut her is glad when the time for the County the Stars and Stripes and quotes theso delegates uninstructed. The total Institute arrives. What are your beautiful lines so dear to every patri- vote is 197 necessary to a choice,!)!). ot's heart: feelings about the matter? "When Freedom from her moun- So that Judge Gufly lacks ouly 11 votes nowof the nomination. Muhlen. tain height, The Commercial Club meets to Unfurled her banner to the air, burg with 17 votes holds her Convennight to discuss a very live and im She tore the azure robe of night, tion and if she in portant question, that of brick walks. And set the stars of glory there." structs for Gufly, as she should, and A full attendance is desired. It is indeed a good sign to see Buch manifestations of devotion to Old no doubt will do, that will settle the When the people returned the Glory coming from so great a Denv matter finally, besides he has a very Democratic party to power in 1892 flattering chance, in fact, almost a ocrntic sheet. they were merely sowing to the certainty ot carrying several of the wind. They are now reaping the This country is coming to be free counties yet to held their Conventions. whirlwind. In other words the Owensboro for everybody else but and the Democratic press and Americans. That class is made to Eveuy public interest demands that I la ho Unit, suffer the insults and inconveniences politicians generally, throughout the Say what you will, for oragainst it, the Board of Trustees require the of a set of red mouthed Anarchists district had as well understand a thing revile it or praise it, the great nationlayiug ot brick walks. That is vim, who will neither work themselves nor or two now as later and submit tamely al game continues its hold upon the that is energy, that is progress. Noth allow others to work. If this is to to the nomination of the man from people. The large crowd that atingelee will suffice. continue "tholand of the free" it is old Butler aud finally to his election in tended the game here Saturday evNovember, ening fully attests the high esltciu in It is useless to wait until everybody growing high time our own citizens, both native and foreign is as rich as he wishes or until all which the game is held. Mr'lml j 011 On Nee lor 2 Ontw. The Ceralvo boys came up Saturday are willing to build brick walks. If born, should be protected in the en All the pretty girls in the county. to play the home club and carried ofT citizen of Hartford were as rich joyment of their boasted liberty and every Dem "OntO' Sight" horse races. methods of as Croesus some one would still op against the The best ball game ever played in another scalp. the enemies ot our institutions who The game was full of interest, but pose tho laying of brick walks in tho abuse the privilege of living in our the county. the large score shows much bal playtown. What lady and gentleman gets the country by attempting its destruction. ing on both sides. The Hartford boys handsome prize. in the teachers' ranks which has Take a looking glass along with started ofl in the game with a bound The rush for schools, Tu can are yet and for the first few innings played who persist in you and see my girl when she isn't been on in earnest for some weeks,i& a few figureheads Don't forget like champions, but about the sixth now somewhat subsided, tho majority lowering the dignity of the profession looking toward me. inning they went to pieces and never Saturday week is the 21st, of teachers having secured situations. and bringing it into reproach by could regain their lost ground. Score, .1 There are, however, enough left teaching for less than the "public Miss Cofiey, Orlando, Fla is visit- Ceralvo, 31; Hartford, 27, Umpire, without schools to make life interests money.1' The intention ot the law is ing her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay ward. ing to the Trustees. that every cent of the fund expended J. W. Lewis, Rosine. will no doubt be Arrangements by the Stato shall bo for the hire ot made for another game with Ceralvo Kentucky ftolillern ItcurTou. The Commercial Club meets to teachers and for that only. Yet there at an early date. The Annual Reunion of the Kennight and every member should be are those who in order to persuade a tucky Soldiers will be held at Mum- An effort has been made to have present. A subject of vital interest Board of Trustees to employ them fords vi lie Wednesday and Thursday, the Central Citys to play here on the to every citizen of the town will bo will pay a part of the district iodebt August 15 and 16, 1894, All old 2 st, but so famo permanentarrange-ment- s difcuBsed. The question is whether edness, furnish the fuel, buckets and soldiers invited to attend. Col Crad-dochave been made. The Court House Ring defeated the or not we shall have brick walks. Come brooms, and perhaps clothe and feed Hon. Pat Rush, Dr. C J. Wal-toTown Toughs again last Thursday in out and say your say. Committee on Arrangements, tho children aud do the patching, all a seven inning game by a score of 32 will make ample preparation for the to 18. Noise was the principal feature The class for the "public money.'' woman suflragUts always have The of cattle who do these things is, we entertainment of all visitors. A large of the game. a pet argument iu favor of their arc glad to say, rapidly passing out attendance of the old soldiers and i:i.Fit:M. whims, on the presumption that it their friends is cordially requested. of tho profession they so wofully'mis-reprceeMr. Henry Vogle, of Owensboro, is women could vote they would debtroy By order of Gen. 3$. H. Hobson, a new resident of our little town. the saloon. They should now tell tho President. Dan O'Rii.uy, Sec'y. Miss Nettie Simpson is very sick . m world what they would do with tho The Kentucky leader has a knack nt this writing. BfcAYKK DAN. saloon's tho Anarchist. of being ou the right side ot most A party of young folks attended Mr. Robert Ragland is vititing his parents at Rosine this week. questions. Listen to what it has to the reunion at Rochester July 4U1. Tun benefit which brick walks The Normal, which has been a The picnic at Reynolds Station 011 say of the Republican nomination in would bo to the town is simply incalgrand success, closed last Thursday. July 4 was wellnttendednndallbcenied tho Fourth Congressional District: culable. They will enhance tho vaN The Republicans of the Fourth Dis- The pupils who passed the examina- to enjoy themselves. tie of property, they will give our trict did a good day's work, and one tion for certificates Friday and SaturThe match game of base ball be people better Eervice, they will be tliey will have occasion to be proud of day say the Normal was the greatest tweeu Fordsville and Whitesville on cheaper in tho long run, they will when they nominated Hon, John W. help they had ever known. This July 4, nt Reynolds Station resulted Lewis lor Congress. do more than anything elee to make W. Lewis is no figureliead.Hc Normal will be in session five or six in a victory of 2 to in favor of FordsJohn the town presentable to strangers and Is a great brainy man and one of the weeks next summer and great work ville. most aggressive fighters that ever did is expected to be done. visitors from abroad. Miss Don Taylor, of Owensboro is battle for party principles. His thrillMisses Mabel Sweat and Sal lie visiting relatives at Reynolds StaKvkhy good citizen should be in ing eloquence has been heard on ev- Hunt spent the past week in Rock-po- tion. ery stump in the State, and woe to terestcd in making the mission of the Democrat who attempted to meet and Rochester. Miss Grace Morrison, Hayuesvillle, the Commercial Club a success. Such him in debate. Mrs. Henry Young, Rock port, was attended Sunday School at Ivtna-vill- c The good Republicans of the Fourth the guest of her sister, Mrs, H.I). Sunday afternoon. an organization is worth more to a District are to be congratulated that Hunt, last week. Misses Mamie Phillips and Corda town than it is possible to estimate. they did so wisely in choosing for Rev. I. II. Tcel, wife and baby, Haynes arc visiting Mr. Cicero Phil and every their leader one of the most noted The Club meets citizen interested in the welfare of tho party men in the State and all honor Rochester, moved to this place last lips this week, and glory to John W. Lewis for acMrClInt Roberts was called to town should bo in attendance. If you cepting theCongrcssional nomination. Wednesday. Miss Belle Sowders visited her to the bedside of his mother cm speak, speak. If you can not Republicans ofother districts ahould least aid the cause emulute the example of their brethren parents at this place the first of the who was thought to be dying last upeak you can at iu the Fourth, and put forward their week. Friday morning, lest party man for Congress this fall. Mr. J, R. O'Hrlan, conductor ofac your presence. Mr. Hugh Thompson who went to FOR SALE byTRACY & SON. ICE How many teachers ever prepare Tim greaterpart ot tho riotous and for the Iustitute by giving the proAnturbulent strikers are foreign archists, who have nothing in com mon with America nor Americans. The only efficient remedy is the suppression of those already here and the refusal to allow any more such to come. law-abidi- Met-ecng- commodation No. a, and fnnily, Cen-tn- il Louisville to spend the fourth hns not uuru uu a viau, lay Duutel Mi as gone to Daviess City, moved here Monday and yet returned. Misses Fuqua Chvcusboro are visit- county to hunt work. havo taken rooms at the Austin U Bennett is digging a ing relatives at this place. House. fcMr. Jl. Mr, J.J. Huffaud.lamlly hive gone new well in his orchard. A few young people attended Sab5. RousrA-notT- . ? bath School at Union Sunday after-noo- to Roscville to see his son to wife who; typhoid lever. is very low ol i'kom AN'ormm couuusroNruiN'rV Mrs Steve Lnnham, FordnvillcvU-It- l Mr. J. M, Rogers, who has luen Rev IS. II lite filled his regular her daughter Mrs. Sweney at thin appointment nt Mt. Herman Sunday. living at this place for the benefit of the school, moved to his farm near placeSunday. Master Joe Oodshaw, who lias Jecn Mr?. Gray aud Spurrier, O votm-barhere Monday. visiting here, has returned home. are visiting their mother. Mr-Mrs Smith and Miss Whittakcr The following is a list of the old V. Kclly.this week arc the guests of the Misses Sowders G. soldiers who attended the reunion at Mr. Harry Morrison was iu town Rochester from here: Tho. Greer, S. this week. MesdamcsJ. P. and K. J. McKcn Sunday, but he didn't sec his gal". M. Hamilton, W, C. Ambrose, W. A. Mr Jo Mills and his wife parted for Carson aud Rev. J. A. Bennett ney returned home Saturday from n t visit in Rochester to relatives and a few days last week hut have gone Rev, J. B, Ferry mail commenced a' hack together. friends. protracted meeting at Washington Misses IUta Walker and Hmuta last Sunday. Prof. K. R. Ray, wife and daughter, Elizabeth, left Saturday for a two Kelly, John Pcarcc and Country Jay Messrs. Jo. B. Rogers, U, C Harnett attended a basket dinner near Ada-bur- g and 1'rof. C. M. frowe, of Hartford,-wer-c weeks visit in Indiana last Sunday ami had quite an Mr. J. II. Nave is in Louisville. welcome visitors at the Bcda Mrs. Bettie Houston, of Louisville, enjoyable time. Sunday School Sunday evening. is visiting her brother, Mr. Lee Mr. James Held, Ind., is visiting C, Woodward was elected as Mr. his brother Mr. John Held. Barnes, this week. Superintendent of the C. 1. Sunday Miss Gertie Powell went to .Ktua-vill- c School, to flit the vacancy caused by Mr. R, P, Hockcr, wife and two and spent the day Sunday. sons visited the family of Mr. Amos the resignation of Mr. A. W. Mills. Mr. Ves Whitley had a team to run Mr. Travis Maple was elected a deleMiller Sunday afternoon. Miss Rosa Mitchell, Arkansas, is away with him last week and one of gate to the Sunday School Convenspending the summer with Mi?s the horses was so badly injured that tion at Fonlsville. Mams, it is thought it will not live. Tommie Cooper. Anttcr-lnlli- iir . IMikt. Mrs. Lamastis has gone to spend a Rev. I. II. Tccl filled his regular 1 tic voting place m luc select votfew weeks with relatives at Victoria. ing precinct appointment here Sunday. has been changed from Dr. W, T, McKenney is erecting a Mrs. Anna Walker has just return" "Select" to "Hairctown pretty cottage on Main Street. ed from a week's visit in Owensboro, iu pursuance to the following order of Court. Mrs. Hlia Gray and Covntry J.W. Statu oi Kkntucky, Ohio) Miss Cliflle Ora, returned TuesCounty Court, Junk llnllronil K.curloii, day from a few weeks visit in Turm, 1894. J On account of the Republican Disaccompanied by Mrs. Gray's trict Convention nud a church picnic J. 1). Oliver and 75 other voters of brother, Mr. Sam Duncan. They at Leitchfield on Wednesday July iS, , tuc lect voting precinct, having went direct to Hartford to see their u . K. Kt will fell "leu petition lor a change of the vol-Hi- e C. U. &. i. precjnct it fa onIcr. sister, Mrs. Martha Riugo, who is round trip tickets, good on regul.it in r lncc M ed and adjudged that the votincr place very sick. trains ou the 17th inst., nnd limited be and it 13 changed from Select to Misses Hva Morton and Annie to return on the 19th nt one nud one Baietown nnd the future voting Gregory were in town Sunday. ot same it lished place in sanl precinct is estabthird fare. On account at Bai7ctown Post office. Mrs. Sam Sowders received a tele- will sell round trip ticketsou the iSth Atttcst Rowan'.Homirook, Clerk. gram from South Carrollton Tuesday for train No. By L. M. Rkndhr, D. C. 32, which will be equippe to come immediately to the ed with passenger coaches, from Cenof her daughter, Mrs. P. IJ. Hocker, tral City and intermediate points at Marriage license: M. K, Gillim to who has been sick for many days. Miss Mntinda S. Sharp. one fare. Tickets good returning the Miss Sadie Austin is spending this same day on passenger train No 7, week in Hartford. which will stop nt all stations to put Of condition of the An ice cream supper wilt be given of! passengers Going tram, No. 32 Saturday night at the Baptist Church leaves Beaver Dam at 3:55 a. in., and in Church Park. The object in view returning train No. arrives Beaver at 7 OK is to buy a bell for the above named Dam at u;i6 p. m. church. Attvi:. For further particulars inquire ot local agents Until otherwise changed local pasRKSOURCHS. senger trains Nos. 1 and 2 on the C. Loans . 05,151 Si O. & S. W. R.R.wdl run to nnd from 0crdrafts, secured , 1,642.91 News is scarce. Beaver Dam. Leaving Beaver Dam at '53.64 Messrs. Iliner Humphrey, Dudley Overdrafts, unsecured Due from Banks . . 7.763.35 7:10 a. m. Tuul arriving at that jo!iit Daniel, Master Otis Carson and Mr. 3,000.00 nt 6:55, p. 111. This extension ot local G. W. Bennett all went to Rough Banking house aud lot Furniture aud Fixtures 1,000.00 passenger service gives an early morn- River flits one diy last week to gath, Cash in sale . .S,6q6 13 ing train from Beaver Dam and points er blackberries. They returncl with Debts iu suit 66S.5J Stocks aud Bonds . . between Beaver Dam and Central a wagon load. it 341.67 City to Paducah, Fulton, Rives and W. A. Carson and wife spent Tues-- " ' S89.1 K.05 Memphis aud intermediate points, day on No Creek, the guests of Mr. j AAA IHLITIHS. and, also gives an evening train into T. II. Carson and family. i Capital Stock .. t $30,000.00 Beaver Dam, arriving at Beaver Dam Mrs. Alice Carson visited Mrs. Kit t Due Dcpo&itors . . 52,839.71 T. B Lv'Cii, at 6:55 p.m. Due other Banks . .( Carson Thursday. 43o.i7 . General Passenger Agent. 4.918.17 Miss Carrie Her was the guct of Profit nnd Loscccount Dividend No 20 , . 1,200 00 Miss Delia Carson last Saturday and W here Tliej Tench. Here are the names of some of Ohio Sunday. $89,418.05 Mr. A. Ciodshawhasgoneto Owens S. K. COX, FnnsmuNT. county's teachers audtheschoolsthey will teach: 1WI' - ' Mrmrtsrym KanaKRnncgiBBM C. M, Crowe, Whitcsville: John B, Taylor, Rosine; F.P Stum, Fordsville; Miss Kflle Kahn, Cromwell; Lee B. Mills, No. 44; A. G. Teel, Trislcr; Miss Florence Wright, Horse Dranch; 07iia Shultz, Liberty; Alonzo Rogers, Oak Grove; Alfonzo Rogers, South Beaver Dam; Miss Belle Whittinghill, Taylor Mines; Henry Leach, Horton; (o-Edcieatio- nal. Mrs. Julia A. Wedding, Rickctts; Miss Mallie Ferguson, Buford; Miss Miy Ferguson, Lnwson; S C, Stevens, Vine Grove, Hardin county; J. K. Davidson, Independence; A, M, Smith, Providence; West Miss Mollie Tunstall, OlatoniC. H. Kills, Alexander; Miss Sallie )uisenbery, Tay lor Field m mmmmm itm ayr?irTJmmm'jF Only been in A good BICYCLK. ifsc a short time. Call ou or address Sam Anpkrson, Hartford, Ky. Q For JSctl! ' OF THK - r I UJl U Tlill L Y Jt EPO R T f J Beaver Daim DEPOSIT BANK At tlioOloso of Business on 18th day of Juno ' ,f 1804. j '4H fl A . A '" WJSOUKCES; ' . Loans and Discounts . . $72,075,87 264,11 Overdrafts, secured . , Ovcrdralts, unsecured . . 59430 Due from National Banks 1 , 15.58 Due from State banks and v Bankers . . 4559 Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 2,632 72 Specie Currency 2,044.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures . . 1,500.00 867.12 Current expenses , . . 1 1 ... ; j . f94,i39.29 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, In cashJ25.000.00 .. 8,250.00 Surplus fund Undivided profits . . 4201,02 Due Depositors 56,71.67 DucSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 59.00 'Due National Banks . . 54.60 J94, 139.29 STATK Ol' KENTUCKY, ) M Post-office,- grand-daughte- Mor-ganfiel- d, County of Ohio, j 8S jj Post-offic- bed-sid- STrrSSEE isrrr 1 Junea809 '94 , June, R' John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Dcosit Bank, a hank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said couuty.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 18th day of June, 1894, to the best of his knowledge nnd belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere: and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, ns the day on which such rcort shall he made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John 11. Barnes, the 20th day of 1894. Snr.uiv Taylok, D. C. J. H. Bank ns, Cashier R. P. Hockkk, Director. J no. H. Barnes, L I Daknakd, Clerk Ohio County Court. Rowan H out rook, ; 15 QCAlTiTT. MwiMeum. ... WORMS IVHITE'S CREM 1 7ERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS ;a3 loci all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. IVnr ( !' 5 HOLD KVKIIYWH13UB. t tHrHlBMlOa BKDtmtCD., T. LOCK. HO COLLEGE MO BUSINESS INSTITUTE ... Mon -- geetarian. HF A Thoroughly Institution. . r'm $a II' t f' g high-hand- rO A' 1 k, WAYLAKD ALEXANDER, I'll. 1)., lWt Language, Menial uiul Moral Philosophy. O. M. SHULTZ, Ph. Book-keepin- WILLIAM fOSTER, Ja,f A. M,( Vice Pre Higher Mathematics, Literature nnil Natural Science. , ., Mathematics and English. WS3EMMA A. MOSEUEY, B. A.'.'Tlj Elementary Branches. nt. E. B. PENDLETON, M. D Lecturer on Physiology and Hygiene. " JUDGES WALKER Lecturers iu Law & GLENN, Pa. B., ty Elementary Branches and Kindergarten,,,; ;, MISS KATIE COOMBES, Department. '. . . Mlfiip-1?Hg'..'Hr- u MISS SALLIE M. COLEMAN, English (Jrnminnr, Arithmetic,- History and' Composition. MISS MARGARET NALL, Instrumental Music and Voice Culture. s 1 rt Was founded fourteen years ago. It ranks among 'thc?i)est pntf most thorough institutions of the State The Faculty arc men and women of much experience and high education. The work is graded. Studenta are taught the ino.U elementary branches, ns well as those studies pursied Jn all the higher institutions of learning, Over one hundred graduates have been turned out and arc filiiug very high ppsitijns of honor and trust This is a school for teachers and those desiring to lay a broad foundation for special and professional work, Number of matriculates u ' last year, 271 the largest enrollment in the history of the College, HARTFORD COLLEGE Rus-sellvil- le Fall Coutue Begins August Tuition W?U 18 4. $10 per Term ol Ten Weeks. -- Board in best Private Families $2,50 per Witk. "Write for Oafalosuo u nnd Inlormntion. -- v ;i,-- i r ?"& tersrrrg jjtwafcifcl."!- ' it i miggj faS i,i;aiUnikywtj T7 N 5 f' l :v. fr many inn ixoc;kxt. Do You Know? J. R. Davidson, HeavThat Fruit Jnrs are sold cheaper by er Dam, visited her father, Mr. P. H. The town was thrown into a fit of Alfonl, White R n, the first of the Tracy & Son than any other place in intense excitement Monday evening town? We IfrAmUethe Mason self'seal-week. by tficnrrcstofS. O. P. Hall on a Tracv & Son. cr and wax jars. writ sworn out by his thirteen year-olMiss Lillic Balrd and Masters nr-jjrv- locked in the warehouse were stolen at night. And to pay for this same shipment the name of W. X, Martin Miss Knuna Pnxton, of Cromwell, was forged to a check. So far there visited friends at McIIcnrythis week, H no clue, thoughsomc of the citizens Prof. R, R, Ray and family are believe that the whole list of outrages visiting friendsin Indiana during is the work of an organized band ol thieves. vacation. Mr. and Mrs A big reduction of priccn in Clothing at Carson & Col Hartford Water Mills is now paying wheat. 50c. per bushel for first-clas- s $25 worth of pistols, which were shipped by the River and the pistols being S. O- - DE. XXjaLtLOL. In tho Moahos of tlio Law Charged with a Hoindus Crimo. His 3 Yoar-ol- d Swears Out a Writ for His Arre9t. 1 IT IS ' IL'LuMmH 3NTOT Stop-daught- er KELLY'S ARMY But an army of eager buyer's that !.fcrovd around the big store of 1 d OLD GLORY! Lf ' Fair Bros. & Co. present their compliments to the gentlemen who made the Fourth of July The Day We Celebrate. If those distinguished Patriots could have foreseen events they would have declared that Life, Liberty AND THK r, Balrd and Kdmund Notlee KriitibllemiM. The Republicans of Beda precinct Louisville, arc visiting Mrs. aie called to meet at Beda school A. B. Baird. house on Thursday evening, July 19, After visiting friends in Hartford nt 8 o'clock. Business of importance Mr. and Mrs. Rd Johnson left Monday demands attention. for their home in McLean county acC. M. Baunrtt, companied by Mrs. Ann Bennett. Committeeman. .,-.. ma The Populists have a grand rally A Femlnlno Fetid. and barbecue here on the 28th inst. It has been several weeks since the Candidates of all parties are invited colored population to be present and announce them- male portion of the had any trouble but the somewhat selves. extended peace was broken Monday Picnic season is now at its height, by two of the colored women, Ellen and every Saturday the beauty and Lee and Ella Fleming at the home of chivalry of Kentucky gather in pleas- the former. It was a lively setto but ant groves to cat mutton, drink red the Lee woman finally gained the adlemonade and 'spark." vantage with the assistance of a The ladies of Beaver Dam Baptist healthy paling slat which she used Church will give an ice cream sup-le- r with knockdown cfTect. The Lee in the church grove at that place woman was arrested and ou Tuesday night and a most pleasant tried before Judge Carson and fined $5 and costs. time is anticipated. Merri-weathem Nancy Jane Stevens, charging him with rape. The writ was issued from the Police Court but as one offense charged was committed in the country, the case was returned before Judge Morton and the bond placed at $1,000. In default of bail Hall hired some parties to guard him Monday night. The examining trial was begun Tuesday evening when the girl was introduced by the Commonwealth and told a very straight story, from which she could not be led by the counsel for the defense. To reap the benefit of the big Bargains that they are now offering in SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Clearance Sale began Our July 1st and will continue until our entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods has been moved. The stock is fresh and clean and shows some pretty- patters in semi-annu- al - Hall engaged guard again for the night rather than go to jail, but about he acted somewhat suspiciously as though preparing to escape and the fact was made known to the Court and he was ordered to jail. He had gone up stairs and put some papers, a large day book and a quantity of tobacco into his pockets and gave one of the guards his pistol, telling him that if he never called for it it belonged to the guard. These with othersuspicious movements convinced all parties that he meant to be 9 or 10 o'clock off. I Pursuit of Happiness Adorn Life, AND Meant just what Fair Bros. mean when they Foster Liberty Pursue Happiness By offering such Bargains in ities, Lawns, yhite Goods, Silk Mitts, Fans, Parasols, Laces and Gentlemen's Underwear, in fact all lines of summer goods. Great Bargain, Center in all Lines. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, AIf 8fJ,OS.Np(20., prop's. NSW TIHK TABLE. pIBjL WKST. RPPKCT1VK APRIL 8V 1894,4:25 P- - p. No. s, Mnil No. 7, Lim. fix No. 31, (Local) HAST. 11:48 a. ra. 11:25 p.m. 4.35 P ra 12:50 p. tn. 3:25 a. w. 5:54 a- - tn. No. 6, Mail No. 8, I.ini. Ex No. 32, Local) 11. Mkkkick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Friday, July 13. 1894. Col. S. R. Dent, Lcitchfield, is in town. ""fry Hardwick's orange ice. Puie fruit juices. Now is the time to buy Clothing at Carson & Co'a. Mr, Ben Field, St. Louis, was in town yesterday. K-VM- , You can't afford to miss the ing Races on the 21st. WaltTr Martin is expected from tiddy ville morn-- " home Miss Isabelle MeHenry returned from Louisville Wednesday. An old lashloned one ring circus in Hartford Tuesday July 17th Miss Ella Mcbeath, LcitchGeld, vis-ite- d Miss Mary Cox this week. We have nome pretty patterns in Carsoh & Co. new percals. We are having a rush with our Carson & Co. Summer Goods. big show for littlemoney.Spark's Circus Hartford Tuesday July 17th. The proper thing to do is to buy a gross of Fruit jars at Carson & Co. A g Miss Oma Smith, Fordsvillc, is friends and relatives in and about Beda. What are you going to do on the 21st? Nothing butgotothe picnic at the Fair Grounds. One of tile best barbers in the Green River Valley is none other than II. C. Pace. vis-itin- "Hello, Sam! Wharein the world airyougoin'?M "I'm goin to de picknlck on der 2ist,,of Jnly. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bruner, Echols, died Sunday an 1 was buried Monday at Rockport.- the Come on let's picnic; its goingto be the biggest day ever heard of in the county. go? Where? To ."' the Jewel r, does all kinds of repairing on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short Remember C. R. Martin, tJoUee, , Grdund was broken yesterday for M. K. Church to be built at Beaver Dam, The M. E, brethren are golag'to work in earnest the First We have decided to make abort work of our Summer Goods, $mi ywi mayjustknewneaw gotaf at a Carson Ac Co. lively rate. Prof. Wm. Foster left yesterday for John II. Sparks Colossal Shows will R'town to attend the Hardin County give two exhibitions in Hartford on Teachers' Institute. Prof. Foster had Tuesday, July, 17th. His big Circus been invited to deliver an Address be- comes highly recommended by the fore the Institute last night. The Fultotuan, of Pulton, press. & meeting on the Ro- Kentucky, says of the show: The Quarterly "J. II. Sparks' Circus exhibited sine Circuit, M K. Church South, here on Tuesday. The afternoon sesand will be held at Bethel Sunday. Dr. S. X. Hall, Presiding sion was well attended, there being such a crowd they could not seat them. Rider and Rev. W. F. Ford, Pastor. This Circus is very popular on the Mr. and Mrs. A. Matthews and peninsula, because of its freedom daughter, Miss Jerushia, left Monday from vulgarity and gambling. Taken for St. Charles and Madisonville.Ky., altogether it is the best thing that and Newburg, Ind., where they will has ever been in the State for the spend some time in visiting friends money. They advertise what they do and relatives. Dimand do k. The managers are gentleBeaver Dam is soon to have two men in all respects and no town need new churches. The lots have already hesitate to allow them to show withbeen purchased. One is the M. R. in its borders. Everyone who attend-e- n spoke in glowing terms of the Church, the other is the M.R Church performance." will make three churchSouth. These Owing to the general depression es for that pleasant little city. cents of the the price for adults will be 25 The next Annual Reunion and for children under 12 years of age Kentucky Soldiers convenes at cents. Wednesday and Thursday, 15 m m 16, and preparations The Hartford Wntrr MIIU August 1.5 and will be made to entertain a large Will receive sealed bids for the next ten days for the delivery of 4,000 crowd. bushels of good merchantable coal to In the White Teachers Rxamina-tio- n be delivered by the last of August. last Friday and Saturday there The right is reserved of receiving or were 55 applicants, two of whom quit rejecting all bids. J. W. Ford &Co. Attorney J. B. Vickers, Fordsvillc, Saturday on account of sickness, leav1. Picnic 21f Kitces. was in the city Wednesday. The work of ing 53 to be graded. The races on our program for the Mrs. Judge John P. Morton and grading will be completed next week. 2 1st failed to mention the entrances son, Burr, are visiting in the country The yield of wheat in the county and we will mention them through near Prentis. this year is the best for several years. the papers. The acreage was also large, so that Horton, Miss Henri Hammons, FORENOON. visited friends and relatives in tottn the crop is a very heavy one. In 1st Running race, purie $15. Five view of these facts it can not be said to enter and three to start. Saturday and Sunday. that everything is going against us 1st Trotting race, purse $10. Five Mr. Alva Duke, Louisville, is in these hard times. to enter and three to start. town, and will remain several weeks Meeting of the Hartford Commercial afternoon. visiting his parents. 1st Running race, purse fi5.Three being regular meeting Club Miss Maggie Ashby.Rockport.spent night Matters of very great im- to enter and two to start. Friday, Saturday and Sunday with portance will require the attention ol 1st Trotting race, purse $10. Five Miss Fannie Casebier. the Club, so let every member be to enter and three to start. Miss Annie Allen returned to her present. W. M. Fair, Pres. Hudson & McCowan, Managers. C, R. Martin, Sec'y, home Jn Rosine Monday accompanied The Division at Beaver Dam. by Mrs. E D. Gufly and daughter, C, L. Field will run his 'bus to From all indications the proposed Mercedes. Beaver Dam for the occasion of the moving of the railroad shops and yards Mr. A. J. Casey, of the Owcnsboro laying of the Corner Stone of the from Central City to Beaver Dam was Inquirer, was in town Saturday and First M. R. Church August 2 for 90 a fake. But the extra west bound Sunday the guest of Hon. E D. Walk- cents round trip and dinner. He will train leaving Beaver Dam at 7:10 a. sell you a ticket to the lecture for 90 ra, and returning at 6:55 p. m. er and family. cents and give you a free ride on his daily is retained by the company and Come out next Tuesday and see the is a very great convenience to the Circus 'bus. Get your tickets from him. funny clowns etc with Sparks Monday evening just as the west- people not only of Beaver Dam but Hartford Tuesday July 17th, Beaver bound passenger train pulled out of of Hartford nnd the whole western Dam Wednesday July 18th. The removal part of the county. Beaver Dam a team belonging to CaseRock port, too, has an efficient bier & Burton that was hitched by would havebroughtconslderable propBucket Brigade. That effective body frightened and erty to the county, and an influx ot saved the Woodburn house at that the brick walk became Several men tried to immigration, but we can get along place fcora burning last Sunday at broke away. instop them, but Will Baltzell ran after without it and not he in the least noon. convenienced. the team, leaped upon the steps of Tickets for the M. E. Church the surrey and in a twinkling had The Temporary nam. at Beaver Damon August the horses under control. It was a President W. M. Fair, of the ComFair daring attempt and was executed in a mercial Club, yesterday morning re2 are on sale at Carson & Cos, ! and at C. L. Field's liv way that elicited the hearty applause ceived the following telegram: Bros. & ery stable. of the bystauders, Wasiunoton, D C. Commercial Hartford President MeHenry mi Mr. G. W. Pruitt, a On Tuesday the family of the late Club: Have presented your petition ner, hetl a finger badly crushcJ last Robt. G. Wedding, deceased, held and doing all I can to get lavorable week nud on Tuesday the member their annual family reunion at the action. A. B. Montgomery. was amputated by Drs. Pendleton and old homestead near Sulphur Springs. The petition referred to is the one Taylor Mr. Pruitt had recently come The surviving children are Mrs. R.A. prepared and signed by the citizens of from Graves, Ky. Harrison. Sulphur Springs; Dr. S. J. Hartford week before last, playing the MeHenry, Marvin Wedding, Rosine; Dr. T. J. Wedding building of temporary dams at once. Messrs. Lem HafTey, Whitesville, It is to be sincerely hoped that the Bean, pr. J. R. Pirtle, A. R. Carson, and Mrs. P. H. and Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Hartford. matter may be pressed to a successful John T. Moore, W. M, Fair and O. J. families composed termination nt an early day. Thomas made up a gay party that These with their -- which was a very happy iH, went up the river Wednesday for a the reuniony The K.nll. Eiifrrtnlnmrnt, one. A fine dinner was spread near the They expect to te- few days outing. cream supper given under The ice classic old spring on the farm and the turn auspicies of Rough River Lodge spent in a most enjoyable man- the day No. no K.oiP. Saturday night was a Readers of Tub Rbpudmcan will ner. pronounced success. The members remember seeing a few weeks ago a Considerable excitementihas existed had prepared some of the finest cream Williams notice of the arrest of E. H. charged with burning the house of for the past two weeks in the Prentis that ever cooled the tongue of mortal his former wife from whom he was and Cromwell country over the report man whether potentate or slave, and Williams' trial that a mad dog had passed through, it was served in a manner such as K. recently divorced. came tip last Monday before .Esqr. S. biting several dogs and some stock. P.'s alone know. The cake had been L. Fulkerson and the case was dis- Several parties killed their canines supplied by the K. P. ladies, and to that were so unfortunate as to be say it was exquisitely fine is to do missed. one good old farmer so but half justice. Mr, H. B. Stith, who has been con- bitten but Nearly all the members of the local loved his dog that instead of killing nected with this office for the past he tied it to a tree in the yard near body with their wives, sisters or lady it two months, left Wednesday for dogship jumped the friends were present together with where he has accepted a the fence. His fence but his rope was too short and quite a number of invited guests The position ia the office of the Republicstrangled to death. The owner Hartford String Band, composed of an Banner. Mr. Stith is a clever, he Messrs. M. Bean, R. Collins, Jesse) refuses to be comforted. agreeable gentleman, a good printer Bean and Elvis Carson, icnaerea and is in every way worthy of the Evil doers seem to be holding high sweet music. The meeting adjourned confidence reposed. We wish him carnival at our neighboring little town at 11 o'clock and all expressed themsuccess. of Cromwell. There were several thefts selves as delighted with the evening's some weeks agcvanotlce of which ap- entertainment. The people of Hartford gladly welpeared ia these columns at the time, Among the visitors were Misses come back Mrs. Zelsta Gregory and but here of late tilings are again get- Annie Allen, Rosine; Henri Ham family, who have recently moved ting squally so much so that when tnons, Horton; Altha Jenkins, Habit; here froa Texas. Site wit her two the citizen of that usually quiet vil- OraBarnett, No Creek; Stella Ben-aet- t, accomplished daughters, Misses lage retiree at night he has no idea adPeda, and Messrs, C, W. Par. will be quite an society of the town whether he will find his pants the rott and H. D, Hunt, Beaver Dam, dition to the next morning when he wakes or not. I already noted for its worthy matrons The Company Store was broken into Remember that all of our summer a4btttlAl firU. HillMrs, Gregory last week and several things stolen. wash Goods will be sold at aud below property on ha purchased the Some enterprising duck had ordered cost. Carsok&Co. Union Street. Co. Billies, Mills, Ma Linns, Swisses and Fcrcal: He strenuously objected to going to jail and called several witnesses declaring his intention of bringing suit as soon as released. Just the thing for these long hot days. We are prepared to furnish you anything Mum-fordsvil- lc i... Ca Thiswasabout 10:15 Tuesday night and on Wednesday morning the trial continued and the defendant took the stand.Hon. E. D.Walker.attorney for the defendent, made a strong plea for thcdijmissal of thecaseontheground of its improbability and the evident discrepancy in the statements of the girl County Attorney Felix, for the Commonwealth, replied and called attention to the remarkable coincidence found in the statements of the girl and the defendant relative to the occasion last fall at Hall's home in the country, when the girl charges the offense was first committed. The Court being satisfied held the prisoner under bond for the same amount as before $1,000 to answer at the November Court and Hall went back to jail. ' Hall's wife was a Daniel before her marriage to her first husband, Tom Stevens, and is the mother of several children by Stevens, who died several years ago and it is the youngest of these chiIdren,whoisnowtheprosecut-i- n witness against Hall, who was married to her mother some years ago. The life of the family has been in the last few months. About the first or the middle of December last Hall came to town with his family and opened a butchers shop and grocery on the comer by Casebier & Burton's stable. A few months later he moved his grocery to the Collins property and his family lived up stairs. Here the unpleasant domestic life of the twain became more and more apparent to the public and not a few have been the red hot wordy battles waged in hearing ot passers by. It seems that on the day the writ was issued one of these fusilades had occurred. These facts, with other seeming ones, led many persons to believe t)iat the prosecution was a malicious one and undertaken for the express purpose of getting rid of Hall. Color was given this, too, by his remark when arrested. Marshal Lyons served the papers and when the accused saw the status of things he d merely remarked: ,4This is a d trumped up thing from beginning to end." But the evidence brought out at the examining trial put another phase on the case and so the matter goes over until November, Hall's grocery was lockel up some weeks ago ou an atttchmeut, so it seem 3 that there is no end to the poor maa's troubles, Tuere was some talk ol a mob from above town on Tuesday night to settle the whole affair, but none came nnd now no danger is expected. II S. Woods, of Leitchfield, Ky , will be at the Hartford House on Monday, July 23, to remain a few days. Dr, Woods has 30 years ex- that you may need. Come and get prices , and we know you will buy. A'gSOHCOo A GREAT WONDER! , mmmmmmmmmmmmammktmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY" MACHINE SHOP. We are now prepared to do all kinds of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing MajKines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum anff Hammer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Bepair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satisfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are. Very respectfully, yours, T h 1 f1 K'l mm Minims d (incorporated) mi MeHenry, SLy. j I 1, 4 & J. S. Smith, Pres't. D. 8. Duncan, Sec'y ArTreas. Hi QUAKER A11CT. . C ITY BAKING POWOER UtUm. t Wi . M . YoiirTcrlh. Dr CtalmipUco above tho teiU ouVslrvwtuivkQkme.(OmU.) Of your Grocer an y dy; fWIUttenpennltt Mtanm-ptno your penniw will re pay I II It tri-- r Failure there wilt never bo IrhoMWhoujeQ. c, 1U, f Hoo-call - ml- - ( am- A iai n ka lAav I VI IWM fllM SI' W IVI ' ivn if nar o st 1 .... ... -- I Ume. . 1 mip perience in the practice of dentistry and makes a speciality of the diseases The Big Sparks' Circus will be here of the mouth and the extraction of next Tuesday. painteeth by the use of Dento the less tooth extractor, a local amethetic Sparks Collossal Circus will of great value. His prices while in here next Tuesday. of what Hartford will be just one-haDon't forget the big show at Hartyour local dentists charge. 5ot2 ford next Tuesday, lf r ff Tif ff g if jPjir Ctfy B, 1 CT fiC-C-S- '4 gB Ti at agtnU, tody or pentfrtwn. Addrm Quaktr P. Co., JMcAimmtf, Ind. Je for Rent. Store room, only $10 per month. The L. B. Bean, old stand, best location in town for grocery or feed store. Address, U B. Bkan, Hartford, Ky. tf WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON -i Hop-kinsvill- Mnrrled nt Evnvllle. Owensboro Messenger of yesterday says: MDrAB Baird and Miss Ida Duke, of Hartford, were married nt Evansville yesterday afternoon nt 6 o'clock. A few days ago Miss Duke lift home to visit in Henderson, Soon after Dr Baird went to Kvausville where she met him, and they were married, There was no objection to the match, but the young people married as they did for the romance and to surprise their friends. They will take a bridal trip through the West, Both bride and groom are popular young people of prominent families of The Hartfords play the Rosines at Rosine , Excursion rates to the Republican Convention at Leitchfield Wednesday. OWENSBORO C.Theo.Cain, ..." 17, M. Cumuli SI Miss Louise Carter, Owensboro, is For tha final and JfoMrtfatfc Work, K. D. any .Ut or $tyle, Frtdcrica St. , Mwn Walker. 6mS7 3rdond4A. visiting the family of Hon fi Negotiations are on to have the Leitchfield boys to play here on 4.1 Canon, the aist. It was hoped that the effect of the strike would not be felt here but all such fancies were dispelled early J, L.Carson & Son, :k " IBUJIIU Wednesday sight when Alfred Hudson and Squire Vaught got into a hot The Methodist Ladies will give an' dispute over the labor question endCareful Estimates wade on all Carice cream supper Tuesday night of ing in a slight scrap in which nobody pentering and Building Terms rca the Institute Konsble. Hertford, Ky. ' was disabled or seriously Injured. Hartford," mmmu. fJ &i,.-- .i w m iimiw , . 1WWII -- - rfTT tT? 'W V-- .L'JU 'JI'J IMULPIH '1 JH i J! Hartford Republican Friday, July, ij. 1894 CLEVELAND ROTTEN. His Generosity to Carnogia Explained. Hli tftAO.eftO MThmmiOiiI1 ow mpnln be OOOIlliellniitlFHtl Oil Dew 11. Hrm Worb OonnllAn ,. In .lVnalljr Torrrnml r .a ft 5 CHICAGO (i;m.) TIMiaJ What are the relations between the Carnegie Company and the Cleveland Administration that the foreman can turn the latter to such profitable account as to enable it to come out of affair but the scandalous armor-plat- e little damaged financially? The question has been often asked since the exposure of the gigantic armor-plate frauds in which the Came-gi- a Company is so badly mixed up, but no answer has ever been found. When President Cleveland so generously cut down the penalty inflicted on the Carnegia Company for the frauds and saved a matter of $260,000 to that favored concern, by reducing the amount of the fine imposed on the Company by the Government ordinanceexperts from 400,-00- 0 to $140,000, he simply paid a political debt to Andrew Carnegie and Henry C. Prick, contracted during the Presidential campaign of 1892, and this debt was in the shajc of a contribution of $50,000 given by the Carnegie Company to aid in the election of Cleveland, according to a startling statement made to a reporter of this paper by a man who claims to speak from positive information, upon the subiect. aud to utter, as he ex pressed it, "nothing but the truth." The Carnegie Steel Company," said the gentleman, "was a big to the Cleveland campaign fund in 1892. The amount of its was' $50,000. This may astonish yon. Indeed it is well calculated to astonish almost anybody to hear of a big highly protected Republican Manufacturing Company, like the Caruegie Conpany, chipping in so liberally to help elect a Democratic President, and the only deduction to be drawn from it is that the $50,000 was contributed for a purpose. "The revalations in connection frauds may with the armor-plat- e show something of that kind. It was the biggest single contribution to the Cleveland campaign fund of 1892, but it has been repaid. "Now, this is no wild statement I ammaking," continued the gentleman, "but gospel truth, audi know it for a certainty. There was no flourish of trumpets, no advertising telltale check to cause future fear and trembling when this big sum of money was paid into the Cleveland campaign treasury. It was turned over in cold cash and a receipt taken for it, which was signed by a New York .... mfin wlmnt that time was one of Cleveland's most trusted friends and closest advisers." "Who was this confidential agent?" "You will have to excuse me on con-tributcon-tibuti- ..., "Well, who turned over the Carnegie donation?" did "I will tell you. The $5 not find its way into the Cleveland campaign treasury through tne regular channels by which contributions oi that kind enter, but was paid in quietly by' II. C, Frick to the man I have mentioned as having signed the receipt for it. Indeed it would not have been wise or prudent to have had it known that the Carnegie Company was contributing so liberally t the election of a Democratic President, particularly right on the heels of the big Homestead strike and riots, yet so fresh in the minds of the people of the country, so you see there was great need of the closest secrecy in that point." the matter. r a gie, the iron king, the rankest kind and the biggest of a protectionist, beneficiary in the protection puddle, would suddenly change front, go clear back on the Republican party, and contribute $50,000 toward electing a Democratic President without expecting some benefit? It was a finestroke of policy; as "now appears, f for in the day of Carnegie's trouble Cleveland turns up a timely and substantial friend?" It is well known that Mr. Frick paid a quiet visit to New York just at the time when he is said to have paid over the $50,000 Carnegie contribution, and there was much speculation then as to the nature of the visit This was in the fall of 1892. Shortly after Prick's return to Pittsburg from that New York visit a rather vague rumor got abroad to the effect that he had, while in New York, made a personal contribution to the Democratic campaign fund, the amount being placed all the way up from $5,000 to 12,000, and the particular brand of poltics to be indulged in by Mr. Frick was a subject of considerable discussion. However, he promptly denied the report and he was well within the truth in doing so, for if the story given above be true he had made no such persopal contribution, but rather a $50,000 one for the companyof which he is the managing dire:tor, and of course he was not called upon to enter either an affirmation or denial of it, ho he didn't refer to it. It was not an investigation otK the scandal that has lately come out that was feared by the Carnegie Company, as much as an investigation into the armor-plat- e contracts for four or five years before, the administration of President Cleveland, when Win, C. Whitney was Secretary of the navy. As stated before, the present armor plate fraud is not the first of the kind the Carnegie Company has been invol-e- d in, On three different orcnslons -- "Is it reasonable to suppose," said the gentleman, "that Andrew Carne- mals have to be carried bodily from up nt the farm to take them to San-Litheir native wilds to the farm, as they ' on the Red Sea. stubbornly lcfuse to match, and It It is composed of about seventy would not be o ea y to c.trry crown camels, fifty goats, and one hundred and twenty men, in hiding the white Up IxMbt:. When a hcaul of elephants is (Ms leaders. Two camels ate needed to covered on thcsvtmtv plains border- carry one cage containing two Honn, ing the River whre"dnrra," nkbid and two mote for n cage with one Moreover, n large of African corn, grow ah lantlv the hunters ride up to them. An old number of camelsarehtaded with food bull, stationed some distance mvay t and water for man and beast on the from the herd, keeps watch, ami at journey. The elephants arc led, but as they the slightest sign of danger gives a signal at which the hrholc herd im- are never put on the march until they mediately lorms a battle phabinx, have attained sufficient age and size, keeping the young ones in the rear. the journey does not exhaust them. The hunters 011 their horses ap- All the traveling is done at night on proach the herd and then disappear. account of the terrible heat, and the This is done several limes until the day is given entirely to rest. The first station reached is ICassaia, elephants become angry, and thu the stampede begins. Then the hunt- about a week's journey from the farm. ers, on foot, place themselves on the Here the caravan usually halts for two The track of the nniuuli aud as Ihey pass days to replenish provisions. by try to hamstii.ig as many as pos- journey from Kassaia to Suakim, on sible with long sword. This requires the Red Sea, is oxtrcmcly tedious and much skill an I quickness, ami the wearisome, for the road traverses a hunters nre satisfied if they disable desert. the animals ire From Suakim one of a herd. shipped to Kuropc or America. Here The young elephants cannot inn as The nafast as the old ones, but they follow the caravan is broken up. tives are disbanded, and the white on the trail. As the young ones pas- -' men depart for their own country to ses, the hunters throw a lasso aroun him and then fastens him to a tree, spend the six months of the where he is usuatly lefc for a d iy or fever season, and do not return until During this time a two. When he becomes comparative' that is over. trustworthy native take? care of the exover through ly tame ertion aud hunger he is thrown down farm. Hlcphautsare now plentiful in the and his legs and trunk arc tied so he can do no harm. The hunters seldom Fnited States, and bring from three succeed In lassoing more than one or thousand to ten ten thousand dollars two clephands during a single stam- each. A good pair of lions may be J hundred dollought for twenty-fiv- e pede. lars; but hippopotami, always costly, Young lions are comparativelyeasy tocapture.for old ones, owing to the arc seldom sold now for less than sevimmossibility of breaking them in arc en thousand dollars apiece. never caught. To restore gray hair to its natural When the natives dUcover a lion ' color as in youth, cause it to grow or lioness they trace it to its hiding abundant and strong, there is no betplace, sometimes it takes many days ' ter preparation thin Hill's Hiir before they succeed in doing so As a ' rule they know from the appearance . lOI.T I'l.KiNANT. and behavior of the beasts whether ( Farmers are busy plowing corn. not, they have young ones or The party at Mr. I.uke James' on If they find young ones among the 2;d inst., was very much enjoyed them they follow them for hours, keepby those present, ing out of sight, hiding behind rocks Misses Mary James aud Kdith Tich or trees until they have an opportunieuor are contemplating a visit to ty to shoot the old ones. The natives friends aud relatives near Hefliu. seldom miss their mark, but if they A Wild Atiliiinl Knnn. Mrs. H. J. C, I.iudley and sou, T. CLOTH IN do, the old lions retaliates furiously, DB UKUTKNANT 1'. Warren, have gone to Dawson Springs sometimes killing the daring hunter. YOUTH'S COMPANION. for their health. As soon as the old ones are dispatchAbout a day's journey from the Setit Misses Mattie Maddox and Verda ed the party approaches the den, and River, which runs along the borders Ashby. of nearRockport, visited Mrs. of Nubia and Abyssinia on the, edge of the struggle with the young animals J, At Tichenor last week, the caravan road to Kassaia, the trav- begins. They are at first very savMr. A. L. Bennett and family, of age and try to defend themselves by eler finds nestling among the cocoa-nOwensboro, visited the family of Mr and fruit palms a nameless village. scratching and biting. When over- J, C. Dennett last Saturday aud Sun Here is situated the wild animal farms powered, their feet are tied with day. strong rojes, and they are placed in belonging to foreign dealers. Mrs. Alice Kuykeudoll, who has When a white man decides to deal temporary cages been visiting her mother, returned During their transportation to the in wild beasts, he first obtains perhome last Sunday. mission from the native chief to build farm they receive little or no nourishMrs Ann Rose, of Smallhous, rea farm. For this he pays a price in ment, but as soon as they become very turned home last Wednesday. silver, and he also makes many pres- hungry their temper gets better, an Mifs Clara Patterson, of Paducah, ents, consisting of gaily printed cali- then they are given goats milk. On gave an entertainment June 21st, at coes, colored glass beads, arms and their arrival at the farm they are the School-hous- e in district, No. 60. ammunition to the chief and his fam- transferred to the piope r cages. The Cornet Hand has learned to The hippopotami, though endowed ily. play hevcral new pieces, which nre With jaws that can crush almost anyThe chief then details the desired very nice. number of hunters and attendants for thing, are rather goodnatured and Mrs. Rebecca Patterson, of Dallas, a stipulated time Then the dealer more easily captured than either the Texas, is visiting friendsand relatives buys the arms he needs, and also the lion or the elephant. They live in here this week, necessary number of horses, camels great numbers in the Setii River and All are anticipating a pleasant time in the reed, along its banks, but huntand goats. at the Sunday School celebration at At one of the farms a thick bamboo ing them is dangerous on account of Walton's Creek on July 1 ith. hedge surronds about two acres of the many crockadiles that infest the If I am not mistaken we will have ground. As the white traveler pass- stream and are always ready for prey. a wedding right soon. The young hippopotamus swims May Fi.owhk. es through the entrance he is greeted respectfully by two robust slaves, behind its mother and is playful. In AGE AND MARRIAGE. armed with modern rifles, their loins order to capture it, the natives takes to their boats and try to kill the Ihc Girl of To-Dpalm-lea- f girded witn Wds at Nearer matting. Twentyfive Than Eighteen. Within the enclosure are three huge mother with rifles, but the hide is so Tho observant mortal must ccr buildings. There arc also several thick and tough that a rifle ball will hardly penetrate it At last, however, tainly have noticed unions other huts scattered about, in which live tilings that tho marrying woman o! the native hunters attached to the the mother is disabled and fatally defers her wedding until a farm. All of them are slaves and the wounded. The little one swims round much moro advanced season in life and round, refusing to desert itsdying property of the native chief, in whose than did her grandmother, or even parent. district the farm is situated. tho girls of a decade ago. The At the most opportune timea native question arises, what is the cause of The residence of the white men is a frame work of heavy bamboo sticks, thrusts into the neck of the young this putting of! that time so many The walls are made of heavy bamboo hippopotamus a harpoon to which a declare is tlio end of all women's exmatting, and the roof is a thick cov- rope is attached. Following the floit istence? Perhaps mothers are moro sensiering of palm leaves. Fifty yards dis- the natives surround theyounp River ble ia these days aud the young from the residence is the building hor&e when it lands. The wjuned daughter is not tljrown upon the tant where the young lions, elephants and animal offers no resistance, but beworld, either In a social or more hippopotami are kept. This structure fore it can be carried away a water workaday fashion, until she has had is also made of bamboo frame work. buffalo has to be killed and skinned. a thorough schooling, which means, The youngster is sewn up in the In these days of long terms, a comThe back and side walls are likewise covered with bamboo matting, but hide and transported to the farm. The munion with books until she is over Tho girl herself may toward the court yard it is open and animal often refuses food, and dies on twenty-one- . the sun is kept out by the overhang- its journey. If it can once be in- bo wiser in her day and generation duced to take milk, however, it will aud realize that gayetie.s and tho ing roof of palm leaves. y existence before The interior is divided into three continue to do so. When the young marriage must of necessity come compartments. The first contains a hippopotami arrive at the farm they to an end when she is led to the greatn umber bf cages made of timber are placed in separate cages. altar. Day and night the roars of the lions and Jjarred with iron for the reception Then, again, this is an age of inof the young lions. The middle part and the furious trumpeting of the dependent women. They enter tho contains a large basin of fresh water, elephants almost make the walls and field of labor with men and find in surrounded by a sand-banaround roof tremble. On calm nights one such occupation less timo for sontiroars ol the ' ment than was allowed the lacka which, on the outer side, runs nhlgh can hear the cries and captives for miles. The plain- - dulslcnl girl of tho past. It is our wire fence. The tank and tic sand- yo-conviction that many girls " bank are intended for the young hip- - tive, passsionate call of the young . tivo been led into tho error of a wanted their mother lions, as if hey potami. x h mo The rest of the building is divided to conic and take them back to their n.tf nMv- tntniit. I into compartments similar to those in desert freedom, and the almost human KCnt women havo no time and less the horse stable and these are for the crying of tne little river horses, nil inclination for tho making of ro accommodations of the young ele- even the hearts of the natives with mances. They arc absorbed in art. oc- in music, or in moro hum-druphants. Opposite this structure is n nitv. response to the wail- -' cupatlons that return an excellent Someitmes, in stable for the horses, camels and goats. remuneration and which they are It has no walls, but the interior is ing of the young lions, a deep and too wiso to give up until they are screened from the sun by palm leaves, angry marine comes from some po.nt th(j jnun w))0 ask8 t,m On a well equipped farm there are near oy. inc oiu non or aoncss ww them is ablo to compensate for all generally three white men, one hund- followed close upon the heels of the that they put away for his sake. Many a woman defers marriage red and twenty hunters ,nud attend- captors, often hundreds of miles, and ants, seventy camels and about fifty skulks about pining for its young till because she feels that her duty lies goats. From these farms expeditions some friendly bullet ends its misery. at homo in tho caroof an nized father If the elephants become very fric or an invafid mother or helpless comprising twenty hunters, a suffibrothers and sisters who depend cient number of attendants, ten cam- tious, their rations are suspended Perpangs of hunger Ipvc ujxm her alono for bupport. els and about a doen goats to go out until the haps somo 0110 argues that all this at regular intervals in the season of broken their vicious tempers. The tends to tho establishment of u vast young hippopotami arc of a more spinstorhood, but lot us whisper that the year to hunt the beasts. As the district between Nubia and peacelul disposition, but they need after all when the right man comes Abyssinia is divided into two parts by the closest attention. It is almost along, when real love creeps into the the Setit Kivcr and on its fertile banks impossible to make them take even heart, and wily Cupid makes his not lions, elephants aud hippotami arc goat's milk, nnd consequently many presence felt, then It matters what specious argument may havo die. living close togeter over found engageLions arc shipped when six months been advanced heretofore, a comparatively small area. The appear to bo the generally at the age ment and marriage lions roam the plain, the elephants old; hlpiopotaiiii truest urt and tho noblest duty; for live in the forests and thehipopotami of three months, as they arc very after all wo arc but women and aro wallow in the Kivcr or among the heavy, their weight varying Irotn 300 governed moro by the heart than by ThcAbysiuiau to 400 pounds, even nt that age, tho brain, independent, and reeds on its banks, though wo think ourselves. KlcphantH almost invariably remain hunters arc as a rule brave fellows. It is next to impossible to capture , at the hum from twclvejto eighteen Philadelphia Times. alive n full grown elephant, a lion or mouths. eurvd it, huBia r iLa When the lioiiH, hlppootami nnd a hlpopotamus, aud for this reason, oulpU.bookqfpr. partly, the young ones are always elephants arc ready to be shipped to llHtfWUWMUMi nought, Moreover some of the ani America or Huropc, a caravan is made man-uf.ictu- ic 1 1 , 1 ut 1 ay to-da- y happy-go-lucknc within the last two years stories of in tho fraud and cheating at the Homeof armor-plat- e stead works have crept out and on in &Uguliuti to have. been true, but the details yere carefully suppressed, although reported to the naval authorities at Washington. In the spring ot 1894 it was discov eml by the Clovenunent armor-plat- e Inspector nt the 1 1 omestcad steel woiks that inferior and damaged plates were palmed ofTon the Govern nicnt in a fraudulent manner. Soihc oiie had discovered the private mark which the inspector used in marking armor-plat- e that successfully passed suspectiou, and which bethought was known only to himself, and it was placed on defective plate which he had previously rejected. By that means the defective plate was successfully shipped out of the yards along with the gopd piatc to points where it was needed to go into new war ships that were being built for the Government. How much of this fraudulent armor-plat- e had been shipped before the discovery by the . inspector was never known except by those engaged in it, but it was reported atthe time, and never strongly denied, that large quantities of It had got out. It is known that one big shipment of it went to San Francisco for the wai ship Monterey, then being built there, and that the defective plate had found its way into her sides. The truth of this was absolutely known at that time, yet nothing never came of it, as the facts were quickly smoothed over. 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