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Will show how you THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK imvery VOL. VII. jgcixxca. ': :'...'.' 'I : "- -- - I DISTRICT, 'i. OFFICIAL . M ORQAH OF TBE FARTT IN'THE FQURIS C0K8E15310KAL : - " - free. Subscrlbo at onco. .r HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, 1?EBKU Alt Yl, 1895. Fur NO. 27. 'i TisH r 1 w n ti 'f h & a u- - ,. PROFESSIONAL CARD. ed the following: Hon. Thomas T. SHE WANTED SOCIETY Highest of ell lit Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Crittenden, once Governor of MisMAUD K. DHRTIIICK souri: William I,., who graduated at West Point, served with distinction Oklahoma Pauod to in the war with Mexico.' joined the niah Diversion to Com The hmocstead" oii the hlllsUe OWENSHORO, KY. (a empty now, and stills under I,opez expedition paro with MissouWill practico his profession in Davicn No firelight glows at eventide against the Spanish Government, and and adjoining counties. Special atri.;" On the old stone heatth so chill. was captured and executed at Havana. tention given to collections. Oruea, The wind rattles the loosened case. By the marriage of Col. Murray and Bank of Commerce Building. went, A rickety old wagon with a weather-staMrs. Crittenden four children were i Ami in nt tliconeil door: Jas,ft. CJIrnn, J. N. lt Weidllng, cover dre up in front of a Allen; Bli H ; Logan ined Theautumn leaves with a kind Intent, born, viz: John store near the west GLENN & WEDDING, C. nnd David R. Ell H. Murray was little cross-roaSeek to cover the bate old floor. The wagon was time Colonel of the Third Ky. line of Missouri. Prom the busy world it stands apart, at one Cavalry, and also Governor of Utah. drawn by a pair of poor, pony mules, by menus ami woe; Forsaken K.X. DY GRASSHOPPER8. STOPPED It has measured the depths of the Logan C. Murray is a prominent bank- and contained a few articles of house(Offlce, ore r Anderson's Uataar.) BIG BUTCHER WAGONS. hold goods,slx children and a woman human heart, er, was at one time president of the Will practice their profession in at A Train In New York llroanht to a StandAll Its joys and .untold woe. United States National Bank at New The latter sat in front driving, while the courts of Ohio and adjoining counstill by the Insects. "The story is an old ono about west- ties, and court of Appeals. Special For years it sheltered ' Its loTcd ones York, and is now president of a bank the children were ranged along side Mammoth HorsoB of Somo of Chicago' a Packing Housob. ern railroad trains being stopped by attention given collections. dear Also David R. Murray is a ot the wagon wiuTtheir. heads poked in Louisville. grasshoppers during a mcmorablo In- Notary Public for Ohio county. Aud gathered them safe in Its fold, leading attorney at this bar and is out under the cover. M' r vasion of Kansas and other states by cares with its homeraisinAnd soothes their Thronch the "How'r'ye, mister?" the woman The Teams When Very Impoelne; well known throughout the Fourth theso Insects," said a Now York travelStreets Tresent a like cheer who was ing man to a New York Sun reporter; and Are nbjecte er ConCongressional District John. Allen accosted the storekeeper, It is useless and old. But now CTaraes .A.. stant Admiration. "and It was and Is still looked upon In Murray, the subject of this sketch, standing on the platform in front of the cast as a wild reach of tho western' So there it stands by all forgot, was born in this county, at Clover-por-t, his store. I believe no ono had It has served its time and end; Chicago has one of the largest Imagination. "How "Very well," he replied. myself. Bat I He doubt of January the nth, 1841. 'Tisthus that man in his happier lot wagons In tho world. It has been as- deeper no longer, It titan on a train tho BEST FOR SHIRTS. for I was doubt lriend. are you?" Forgets nn was reared on a farm adjoining serted that there Is nono as largo elselIAltTFOIlD, lT. In our state of New day Yk QAMDUI CO, Tut "Fist-ratNever better, I reckon, where. The builders of the mammoth other which right stopped by grasshopHe received the greater Wilt practice his profession was York Obis Missoury, an' wagon, however, make no such claim pers as effectually as tho englnner with and adjoining counties, and in part of his education by private ins I'm gettin' back to ole court of for it, but are justly proud of tho prod- his airbrakes could havo stopped it Appeals. Special attention given to struction. He worked for a while that's enough to make uie feet good, uct of their skill. Chautauqua Office cast side of publio injiis fathers store, and then begun shore." This wagon Is the property of Kelson, ' "Tho railroad was tho was on Its collections. Lake railroad and tho train Dr. Moador Thinks ho 1b tho the study of law. About this time "Moving?" the storekeeper quired. Morris & Co., the packers, nnd was way between Mayvliloand Jamestown. square. Clifapeate Ohio and Souihwntern ?. H. built in the car shops under the super- All that region lias had a most de"Yep." the war of the rebellion began and he Bight Man. vision of Mr. Illtt Tho massive, springs structive visitation of grasshoppers this M. L. Heavrin. Shrlby Taylor. "Where from?" entered the mercantile business, jn and axles used in its construction aro year, crops, foliage and oven hay, cut , "Oklyhomy." (MtTWfCN about the sizo of those on cars, and can and housed, having been absolutely continued until the close which he HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, TnisTum, Kv., Ian. 18, '95. sustain fifteen tons. This would have "Where to?" of the war. Then begun the pratice aln up tho by the ravenous Insects. been good car load a fewycars ago, This day clean passengers on the train November last, before the smoke In "Missoury." of his profession. but cars, nt well as wagons, liavo been of battle cleared away from the politithat frequently "Think you like Missouri better increased in siza and capacity, and tho noticedBlow up nnd comeIt would grad-a MO He was elected to the state legislaually HARTFORD, KY. almost to cal field of strife. I wrote you, and Is somewhat larger, , car load of than Oklahoma?" awhile regain but Will practice thier profession in all in ture and served from 1867 until l86y. e your readers, a communication wagon has a standstill, of Its after The ordinary Wouldn't live in yer hide. "Bet regular speed. At the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining In 1869 he was elected Criminal capacity of about six thousand five somewhat which I predicted that the great Re' last, though, after slowing up and the counties, nnd in the Court ot' ApAUiO , Judge in the Fifth Judicial district Oklyhomy if they'd give tne the huudred pounds; four and working In a way that showed victory would havca tendenengine publican rnM and to whole layout." times this load could be carried by this Special attention given counties of Breckinengineer was making his peals. cy to restore confidence and with it composed of the AWD EVANSVILLE giant wagon. It la uniform in color that the effort to overcome whatever collections. CINCINNATI Office, next door to "Don't like it, ehl".. greatest ridge, Hardin, Meade.Grayson, Ohio, n some prosperity to the afflicted with tho other wagons belonging to tho obstacle was to tho progress of the Bank of Hartford. "Narry." D aviess and Hancock and served four the company, having a yellow gear train, It oame to a dead standstill. A Ticket purdwmr a I without one act of Iegisla "Too dry for you?" and maroon box. As the wheel team is trainman was hurrying through tho He stood in the first rank of KORTlt. EAST, SOUTH Oil YC$T Hon, but I feated, and believed that years. Perry Westerfield, tho only one that can pull' backward a car I was In and I asked Urn what was "Meanin' the weather?" Uptit you have eoueulled an Agent of the claim it as a re legal profession; his reputation exthe Democracy would .powerful brake Is necessary for use In the matter. "Yes." tending over the disttict of which he on grades- sult ot the operation of the Wilson " 'Grasshoppers,' sold he. 'We're "Reckon not. I didn't notice it if stopping and Is, ot necessity, ot tho C?. eg was Judge, A striking characteristic The wagon again by grasshoppers.' Tarifi Act and Democratic legislation it was." " typo, as this is tho only stalled Beaver Dam, Ky. was his honorable ' ol Judge Murray "Nobody believed him, of course, but I IM1TUD TRAINS, in general. form that can be "cramped" sufficiently I got out of tho car and it wasn't long "Land poor?" bearing. He was Fn,MuN botpxt BuscrKKft, My prediction was correct, but I and gentlemanly to permit tho lead horses to bo brought before I found that he was in earnest. "No, guess not." . D. OUFFT. B. D. RIIISO MOIlKRX EQU1PMKH1. Into uso when backing. Its weight is Grasshopper had effectually stopped must confess the claim is made by the soul of honor. One only needed "Too much wind?" six thousand one hundred pounds. An the train. The rails behind us as far to be in his company n shoit while to them with a modesty and reserve, . T. B. LYNCH. "Never noticed 'bout that" occasion requires, either six or eight as anyone could see were two glistenJOH SdlOLS, discover thathe possesed those inbred . handsome roan horses draw this wagon, ing lines of grease. As far as anyone OfN. MO.. Pat. AOT. which plainly says, "now just take qualities and finer feeling which are "Bad water?" Louie vine. Kr. our say for what it is worth." How SEa.rtl'oxd, arenwclcy. could seo ahead the railroad tracks "Dunno. Never made no difference making an imposing display. sure, unmistakable sign of the Mr. I'ursel. who buys the horses used Will practice in all courts of Ohio ever modest, or however loud in their the wero hidden by untold numbers of to me 'bout the water." In tho Morris stables, says that great grasshoppers. high toned gentleman. There was Men had to be sent aud adjoining counties, Hupsrior claim, they confess that the outlook "Just didn't like the country in caro was necessary in selecting the ani- ahead to sweep or shovel or scrape the Court and Court of Appeals. Colthis or next nothing small in his make up. for Dcmocraticefliccess mals used in the lead teams. Anyone Insects off the rails. By dint of much general, I suppose?" generous, honorable, he was lections and all legal business attendwho watches these horses threading The year ia not very encouraging. sand and steam the train was at last ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. . "Country's right enough, I guess. their way along a crowded street will a striking example of atrueKentuck-ian- . got under way, but for nearly two crow ol the Democratic rooster is a Among his fellow attorney he I hain't no kick to make on the land, see that they must have a high grade miles the advance guard of trainmen try-in- g little croupy, or stridulous when water, nor the climate, nor of Intelligence to enable them to per; had to keep the train clear of grassH. R. WEDDING of nor the "the boys in the was considered an excellent Judge to encourage form their work. No whip Is needed hoppers Immediately ahead of the nothin' o' that sort." with such horses; thoy know their locomotive wheels before wo had was law; a sound and safe advisor; a good trenches," and looks just like he "Then why do you 'dislike to live driver's voico and obey immediatelawyer. He was nn intimate friend passed out of the tremendous swarm wanted to paraphrase and quote a ly. Thoy have broad foreheads, Intelof Judge Jesse W. Kincheloe and Col. there so mucu?" of Insects, fat to bursting on the crops Hartford, Ky. certain passage of scripture, u.ing ligent eyps and all tho marks that go of the Chautauqua region, aud the the society." "It's Alfred Allen. He was one of that Will practice bis profession in all indicaio equlno sagacity. to the common noun, (and very comtrain could .golts way wlthoutdangerof tho courts of Ohio and adjoining "Ohl Pretty rough, I reckon?" trip which have brought honor to The eight horses and wagns; weigh that mon,) Democracy.instead of the prop"No; it wasn't thet I keered for. about eight tons and, togetlw with further stalling. I learned unable tho counties. Also Notary Public. profession their county and to trains on that rood had beon er noun, Jerusalem. O! Democracy, their Office, room 20, Hartford Houio. tho harnesses, are worth something state. Witji him passes away the It's too tame." make anything like schedule time for Democracy how oft would I have over five thousand dollars. Roan horses several days and that no trip had been "Why, I supposed it was pretty were New and of eld practitioners. selected partly because there were made on any train In that tlmo on gathered you together as a hen gath-eret- last young spirits will occupy their pla- stiring out there?" a great many of that color already in which It had not been stopped mora her brood under her wings, but "Nothin' goiu' on. in society ex- the stable and partially because they than once by the crushing ot grassWill they hold up the standard ye would not. I should like very ces. considered hardier and better ablo hoppers on the rails. " S4TT0RNEY AT to its former height of excellence? cept now an' then a shootin' scrape." were -work required ot them --- -much to sec a rooster just now big o churches uor any to stand tho "That's so? We trust so. The lives of these emithan horses of other colors. AND MEANINGS CHANGE enough, could crow loud enough, or WORDS The majority of tho packers favor nent attorneys ate beforeus. We can thing of that kindl" Hartford, Ky. cluck sufficiently peruaslve. to gother Afflicted Kellct" la Hardly Oood Ensllih "Oh, thar's churches enough, but horses of certain colors, butin Armour point with pride to their records. practico Nowadays. & Co.'s stable no such rule prevails, exunder his wings the discordant eleWILL courts'of his profeseion in all them ain't enjoyment like I been cept In Peace to their great, noble souls. Oh.10 and adjoining tho case of their large wagon, It Is Interesting to notice the change ments of the Democratic party. used taall of my life." fo'r which eight Norman In tho meaning and use ot words that counties and Court of Appeals. SpecBut enough of this, what I wish to "Indeed?" horses were selected. Tho capacity of time brings. Just fifty years ego the ial attention given to collections. Work. Yntmir write about is one William O. BradOffice over Carson & Co. "Narry. Now take it over thar on this wagon is about eighteen thousand "National Portrait Gallery of Dlstln-- . We have Teceived the announceI believe pounds. Liko all tho Armour wagons, gulshed Americans" was published in ley for our next Governor. of the Fourteenth Annual State 'Possum Ridge whar I was raised, ment this elty, eays the Boston Globe. it is painted a bright yellow. Tho that every correspondent appearing has been adopted to avoid the In the account of Mrs. Washington Convention of the Young Men's Chris- an' thar you .find shore 'uough soin your columns, having anything to Is frequently done tho meat we read that "whoa ladles called at Ue Why, blame my but- injury that 4. tian Association ot Kentucky, to be ciety doin's. wagons. to JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. say about politics, mentions Bradley. president's mansion the habit was for by the stake Oil PRICE BOctS, Isn't there just a little danger that held at Lexington, Febntary 21,22, tons, stranger, they don't have nothArmour barn accommodates the secretaries and gentlemen of tho ' The WARRANTED. HARTFORD, KY. I been about two'hundrcd horses and Is one of president's household to hand them to The principal speakers in' down thar in Oklyhomy. O 4K.1TIA, ILIA, Not. 1, 150J. 33 and 24. the subject and name will become a lxmls,Mo. ltohMdld.-Cal- .i thar two years, now, an' narry a so the largest In the pity. Oats have been and from their carriages, but wnen mo Will practico his profession in the will be Hon. W. J. Northen, tJMitivtMDt We all Ut yer, fOO bottle of CI IX ICONIC and htTt little stale before next November? TAHTKI.RM4 lately and wheat has been tlHOVS of Oroono and Montof Georgia; Rev. RJ.McBridge, ciety event I been to the whole time, rather highhorses for several months. honored relicts to the presldollad, tne courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. gru jniiorcx Indeed, I have thought of this for Kwctilibi gomery came fed to the tmnlne-- i. Careful attention giveu to all business hare wrmm of U yoare, ta ijiu uruv luuTereatsaUe. Lexington, Va.; Prof. J. W. 'ceptin once I went to ahangin'." D.D., of Tho employes about this barn say that president himself performed the com entrusted to him. Office in Retub-uc- ak Vnurklrttlv. some time, and am a little apprehenyour Teulo. (mUob "Indeed." the results have been in every way pllment himself." McGarvey, of Lexington, Ky.; Prof. li.1SIUAMIt AW- Building. sive of a want of enthusiasm in the We do not eall a widow "the afflicted, Now over satisfactory and that other stables aro "That's squar, mister, For ! by William-- . C Iftell.llnrlford W. H. Harquess, D.D., of Louisville, end. adopting this system. They claim that, rellot" nowadays; at least, when we on 'Possum Ridge it's different. Ky.; Mr. 1$. E. Stacy, State Secretary thar although wheat costs more, a bushel But Ut's all say at once, Bradley is our of Indiana; Mr. L. Wilber Hesser, Thar's society doin's mouty nigh will go twico as far with horses as a mean to be respectful. thesoMrs, Washterms two ington Is spoken of in candidate for Governor and then beever' night au' a body kin enjoy bushel of oats, and hence it Is cheaper "several times" In the portrait gallery. General Secretary, Chicago; Mr. Walcandigin to cast about lor suitable to feed. Tho horses, they say, aro getLater on wo find that Com. Maedon-oug- h ter C. Douglas, General Secretary, life." married a member "of a highting fat, and aro doing far better than dates for other positions, and in this "What kind of society doings?" Philadelphia; Mr. F. S Brockman they did on oats. Men not connected ly respectabla family)" nowadays we search go to Morganto'wit and bring Wal, a heap o kinds Thar's ap- with the stable, however, intimate that 030 that expression only when speak-n- g nnd Mr. H P. Anderson, Secretaries obtatneJ, and all patent out one Judge V. S. Taylor for Attorot criminal's family. ple parin's, an an' the fact that Mr. Armour Is a trifle emtnett conduueJ for ItOUKIttTK KM. My very best materr-a- l of the International Committee, New pumpkin-cuttin's- , iclnityofthe I'atcntOffict, office Uln ihelmmeJUte ney. We have the Of Dr. Samuel Latham Mitchell's "long" on cortaln grades an' say, you ve some connection With hisof wheat has York. A number of well kuown bus-- 1 and ray '.clinics lor Kturlng patent, are uniurpaued discovery of father this gallery remarks that ha for each office, and we must have Bend model, .ketch or photograph of Invention, with iuess men of the State and officers of been them sort o' doins.havn't you?" lived to see most of his children "repudescription and tatement at loadvantiee. cUlmcd. its good qualities as horse-fooWill-so- n to matte "No;" I never had the pleasure." 9fXo rhn rat and ray fvran 0iJnlon atthe it. With Bradley, Taylor, Gus & Co.'s stablo contains, with a tably settled In llfei" and It seems to Swift the city, town, college, and railroad Tea for rirotccu'Jni fialrnlakllllu, and a few more'ol the same kind nothing .but gray think It speaks well of htm. In 'this application rll not b tallnl for miiIII tht Associations will also take part in you very few exceptions, "Wal, great palrnl e nl'oireit. 'iHvantoaa1 GuiDa," ago we might think that we spoke kindhorses. on our ticket, I venture to prognostifjlt Information tent free All CommaaW the program. don't know what id is to live, an' An exception, in this respect, Is their ly of sman, though not well of him, if tatloal ConiKtrcd t blrlclly tonflacntlal. cate that some time early in next wagon, for which three we said that. 400 delegates are expected from the you've missed more fun than you HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH November the Kentucky Democratic All the children of OoL Thomas Mar--. sorrel and three gray horses were reOTO I' Street, WAJJHiaQTON, U. . of the State. could shake a stick at." "crow, will find various Associations rooster in trvintr to shall, of Virginia, "females as well ta elected. It capacity Is sixteen thousand .Is prepared to do any and all kinds 'I presume so." pounds. The colors used are red and males, possessed superior Intellectual! of Dental Operations, V.S.Caraon himself down with a bad case of Pastors and young men interested in J, I.. Canon, Prices most Hjt.MHn.nl. i.h .11 vm.jt m.,h.i, wi yellow. this special work from towns and ineuuununitw, mvu.j rfl.f. In,),,,.. mA' "I know it. Then thar's the membranous croup, somewhat comThe colors adopted by the Llbby, Mc- learn, was a respeotable olcrgyraan I reasonable. Office over Williams ta stitutions of learning that have no Talkin, about funl Thar's Neill & Llbby stables aro a red run- an avis less rare, In those days, trt Bell's Drug Store. plicated with negro consumption. So A Association will be warmly welcomed whar you find it in great chunks an' ning gear with a box. This should have thought, than nowj and mote it be. J. W. Maador. If as corresponding members. It The gobs. My skin, mister, but I feel firm's largo wagon Is drawn by six even now we would hardly say that a Judge Murrny. citizens of Lexington will provide en- like I'd give forty dollars jest for a roan horses thnt average sixteen hun- clergyman was respectable. dred pounds apieco the heaviest An eminent jurist, a man of bonpr. tertainment for all duly accredited chance to shake my foot to the chune toam In tho city. This wagon LIBRARY. UNCLE 3AM'8NEVV and a good citizen passes away.saya delegates aud corresponding members. of 'Little Brown Jug' as old Asa Cobb can carry a load of twelve Careful Estimates made on all Carest Jtookcae.e t n is shown to roan, cheat-nu- t It lias Some ot the Excursion rates of one fare for the used to play it on his old fiddle." pentering and Building Terms rea- the Hardinsburg Leader: the World. Judge John Allen Murray was the round' trip will be cold from all sta- -' and gray horses. They are all of sonable. Hartford, Ky No such library as this new ono of So you've going back to 'Possum the 1'ercheron variety, that hardy His tlons'hi Kentuck) andfromClncinnatl. eon of Col. David R. Murray.. breed that. It Is said, partly owes Its Uncle Sam's was ever planned before. Crittenden Dates of sale February 20th to 22nd, Ridge?" mother was Mrs. Anu M. development to the necessity that was You must Imagine, to begin with, two Mrs. Crittenden was return limit February 26th, except . "You bet, I hain't got so powerful (nee Allen.) mcdlovul tlmos for a Iron bookcases, caclf 03 feet high, 113 fnlt ilnrln-many years to live, an' while I do horso powerful enough to carry those feet long and 4S feet wide. Thoy tower first married to Henry Crittenden, a from Lovlsville and Cincinnati armor. up through the building story on story brother of the Hon. John J. Critten- tick'ets will be- sold February 21st live I want to enjoy life. Then I got animated fortresses, knights in In nine tiers. Each bookcase will hold six children to raise, an' I want 'em marriage with Critten- and 22nd limited to February 25th. 800,000 'volumes. Tho motal frameden. By her A Curloue Theater. . t .1 e COPYRIGHTS.1 t... 1 ... tor to per' to nave .auvantages. Is prepared to do all kinds o den she became the mother of six i am u tlieatcr-tha- t will probably rank as work Is made gridiron fashion atmos.! A CAN I OI1TAIN A PATENT t Torn Fqr programs, credentials and fuU the iemn"em grow up like healhln'. I ono of tho most unlquo buildings In tho mit tho free passago of air as much Dental work at roasonablrices. nnatrer and an hnnoat opinion, write to children, some of whom attained to. SromptN V phere, for books need fresh tho hara bad noarlr nttr jeare' CO.. reputa information regarding the Convention want 'em to have Eociety raisin' an' world Is In course of construction at as human beings, clso they jot- - The limine". Comniuiilfa. aipariencalutlio Office over J. W. Ford & Go's, In. great eminence and national Iloiiattilcllrconndentlal, A llnmlboakol obwrite Henry P. Rpsevear, Staee they shall have it if I have to bust a Buonos Ayres. Sotting tlvo thousand floors are shoots of Iron, and flro could bow to formation iwiKwnim I'nlrnla and of mechantiou. Among whom may be uiention tain lliwn aent frc Alao a catalogue persons. It has tho largest capacity of do no damage worth mentioning, for Feed Store. Secretary, 31 V. Walnut St., Louis-vlllical and edrittlno booki tent tree. lmimstring it to 'em. ' any building of Its kind, lly an In- books will not burn. Thoy will ofily Vatentt taken tbrouab tunn & Co. recti? Ky. and epeclaliiotloalntbor'rjeiitllloAiiierlcnii, arrangemeut "That's right." genious architectural with llm era brouakt wldelr betoratba publicpaper, smolder under favorable circumstances. toa Kiwr nm youth, eplendid out coat to LUO IIITDIIIUI. 1 carriages are enabled to deposit per? Hautfoiu), Kentucky, laaiiawl wauiktv AiaHrnttl l llltlftt rt(Hl llUbVIU the voiiuui must keep ber Tho library, says tho Washing "Bet yer pelt. Wal, far'well. We sons ou the level of tho grund tier boxes health. All tho "beautl-flors- " NnlreiiiHii Wiuittl, antes! circulation o( any ic.entitio work Id .be Miiile cnnleeteotfiea 83 ay must be joggin' on toward the Ian o' us well ns tho box entrances on the ton Star, has 1,800 towindows. Thoao In the world won't nulldln., lilUioo. trnnlhlr i Wa year Hlnrfle Gtiod wages to sell our Nursery the great book which admit light do n much foe you u roi.ei, i.l cent. Kverr huiikm contain" nfbay- promise, whar thar'4 society an' so- ground floor. Llovutors will oouvey stacks ubova described are slnglo tiw in coUn,.emi' iilinlrwianlia Dr rierco'e- FaToiiU tini ate. Dlaua, Stock Apply for terms We will houaea, with enabllnit builder toinowi of the houso to tho upper lloorn, sheets of fine plato glass. Looking With that, you New York Tribune. rations ciety doin's." .' ddrwa inar italtTTii a nil tecure contract minutes to ran K the good that'e have for Spring 'and Fall, 1895, mi YOUK, atlt eUUOetUWAYi CO., It 1b the work of but u few the cellar, from tho Interior courtyards, tho walls MUNN feel It, Immense done, M well Will draw dralts from a sice, -drop tho pit and staU to stock of Apple,Peattl'echi Inclosing tho book Btacks appear to bo l Tiwit regulated u tne Newspaper men .ate blamed with a and Its pluco taken by a race truck or almost wholly of glass. Thus ths title oozy cottage up to a flue trio fcMr functions, Improve Plum, Apricot, .Cherry, Grape, etc. expense of At a greater Will draw plans iree your digestion, enrlchea on tho back of every volume may bo home. lot of things they can't, help, such as circus ring. DCV your blood, bruin ro-- Also small fruits, shade, and ornamenlabor a tank can bo erected here for easily reed. The shelves already pro- charge. Will mako careful estimate using partiality in mentioning visit- - swimming or othor aquatic, nvents. tailing sleep, and build tal trees roses, etc We make a n all kiuda of buildings, and vided will accommodate 1,500,000 books tin. strencthens. and ro- Motto old bousws, specialty of wholesaling twice as many as are. now In the lito krge ' ots, giving news about some folks BUCK EYE pain every perl of you r ystem. .Clilneee Kiecutloue. In every one of the "fma)e complaints" and leaving out others,. etc. He brary. let lit.." planters direct. We will sell to re- 'and mukO'tvoiiien old end misermost honorable death In China weaknemoa that The Tho building has been so constructed simply prints the news he can find. Is by atrotigulutloii, and high officials able, tho " Preecrlptlon" will certainly cure. sponsible parties and take uote payaas to afford space for other stack, J( It It'i tho only gwrantttA remedy,of every Some people inform him about such condemned to death receive their sen- which may Ik put up at auy time, and ELECTRIC TELEPHWtf ble in sisc; twelve and eighteen doesn't benefit or cure, In uie case Bold oatrfgU, mnuL tut fJ-4 r. (CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES.! things and others do not. An editor tence from the emperor in tho shape of will hold 2,700,000 volumes more. A week or utrerlu woman, aboil have her months. Vlii.or(toun1r l money back, a silken cord with which thoy hang million of book. In addition may be acuwtp,WnieUi4otli(j-- . should not be expected to know the themselves. As recently as 1801 t.o (all Hit get a You py only for the jood you A SURE and CERTAIN OURE Write ns for wholesale prices. Ad- names and residences ol all your tin- - Japanese minister of foreign .attaint commodated lit the courtyards, and lb mltUpo DtMU ft (Ml M Qua in known for ID voarsns tho There's the yery best evidence that Br. dress; wtflva f tot iniKraBAuu. no wr himself in the there Is room for more beside. Th,o n cles, aunts and cousius, even if he solemnly disemboweled Bage's Catarrh llemedy will cure your r.rA. tprenM. (VA.sjierMsiriW I BEST REMEDY for PILES. of congress a century henco ll M ayut UtlPpeM. ClaaMUtletpWUI1!- Umretaluurs because the librarian find himself cramped in the n. It's thUpronilae, made by the luaknrs Soutjihrn NirskryCo, wirl-.- . I44JJ - ardir. should see them get off the train, presence of his will not lOf.ll 11V Al.f. XIUUUOlaTM. ( rnai of the medicine I "If your Catarrh can't luniul f goTornuiout refused to adopt his policy least. friMrillraieaaaSSClt KID CO., 01. L0OI3. jx. Winchester, Tenn, I Tell us about be cured, mo matter what your caw U, well l1 21 8t residents. wlUi.rviravd Ivory 6oap) It Floats Tin: ol in.nrjiTi:Ar, d " RoYal JgZSXSZ Hpec-tae- le Baking LAWYER, mti-pn- Rwder d ABSOLUTELY PURE ,'LAWYERS, , JUAall-JbUlUJ- Is r. sss Smith., ' aid-tim- e pinnr rt aw ciM-- n. e. mmmim MEfiiPHIS. BRADLE- I 31 1 T9 '. LOUISVILLE Attorneys at Law y two-hors- one-ha- lf t' :r 1 e M 1 ft"! coun-tryeve- Jl , ji v O. S. W. R. R. Attorney at Law. "cut-under- ; , r n H 0-- fc attorneys gjgt gaw, Broad-minde- d, v Attorney at Law, X7 Vil h OT. H, BARNES' Ryti!!E LiW: TASTELESS coal-blac- k Jii box-wag- Jo. B. ROGERS, "UTOrneV r Li&W, 1 ' x, -- Hil fl wool-pickin'- -- lan's-goshe- ' slx-hor- DENTIST II3- 11 J. L. Carson & Son. 1 s. V deep-gree- n slx-hor- Wiifil r - W DENTIST. & pate-n- t e, tv (Una (!.!lra.l.r anil Mk .. J iNk-- (i 1 "lit OINTMENT ' laUli-- aVaa.1 1st .' -- 11 UQiK-- Co-ta- ' lib-I- e I 11 iLis A it-I- W.P.Harrlurt-Co.C'.trk- . sp- h - ,fll?f aJX. jefp --.- ,. (p -- j. - "3V -' Ni -- & I h r.i.TijNT orni, A DisABTMOUs rnilrond wreck Indiannplls near occurred NEW YOHK SUN Monday, In which two Ijves were lost PUBLISHED EVEltY MIIDAY MOKN1MQ and about 30 persons w.ero wounded. Proprietor. The wreck was caused by the spread- The sweetest sound I ever heard AM A. AKIIEIINOX Was not the song of any bird; Editor. JO. 11. IHKIEHS It wns the fierce and awful note ing of tho rails. Friday,' I'whiuaky i, 1895. That issued from a cannon's throat. One great argument for ike saloon June's blazing sun saw Slier mnn draw Subscribers Tako Notioo. was that there were blind tigers in His deadly lines 'round Kenesaw, Do you owe us any subscription? Hartford. Now, tho people should With sure approach his eastwotkscrcpt O'er fields by Iron missiles swept.'-I- n If bo, please sond or bring it to us. prcceed to serve notice in no mistaka-bi- o fierce assaults thcsolJiers fought, tbcto btiud tigers, that With patience in the trenches wrought tortus on Wc havo to pay .cash We need it. business must ccaie nnd that One day It was my fate to be lor cYcrytliing. In fact, it lakes lots their The people can do it if In a command ot cavalry, Wo forthwith. of money to iun n nowipapor. Who, In a bold advance, were met they will. By greater numbers, and beset aro now, and liavo been, sending On front and flank, tilt brought to bay ed brules With ranks thinned by the bloody sorao statements to our subscribers. As a counlo of fray,-N- o Don't wait to receive n statemont.but from .New Albany,Ind.,wero entering valor could suffice to stny . examine the label on your paper and tho ling at Louisville for a prize fight The madly charging host in gray. Monday night a policeman placed Our only hope was to retire, see what you owe aud send the They wero not, Gitt by our carbines' ring of fire, Per them under areat. amount to us without delay. however, arrested becauso thoy wero Maintaining the unequal fight, haps your account is small, but wo coinK to fieht. but tor robbings! If, Imply, desperation might, came, or tight Till have so many of theso small accounts drunk couutry man in New Albany Broughtdarkne&s to conceal ourflight Before retreat was turned to rout that they soon make big ones. Bo ot iuu. Help came, nnd with a ringing shout you do not get a dun. to it that We stood to fight the battle out, of person who Though yet the Issue was in doubt. Fhom estimates Kcmembcr, when you pay up for have canvassed the West Hartford Timely the ald,but scant;our straight TiiEEETUBUCANandono year in precinct during the agitation of the Might still be counted desperate. you will receive the New whisky question it is estimated that Behind us was a wide morass York Weekly Tribuno or the Louis- in the election held Wednesday that That under fire, we could not pass. Unless a victory was won ville Weekly Commercial ono year 10 colored and 18 white voters voted Our doom was death or Anderson. while 48 Free. By all means, if you owo us in favor ot open saloons, Loud from the fierce gray lines arose whito and 1 colored voter voted The rebel yell. We saw them close on subscription, pay up. In East Hartford pre- For the assault; then burst the flame against them. cinct 21 white voters voted for open From all our guns as on they came. Good Reading Free. 13 whites voted ogaiust They paused not for the leaden hall; Besides giving our patrons one of saloons, while I saw my comrades' cheeks grow pale. them, there being no colored voters the best papers In the State, we have Then o'er our heads there shrieked in this precinct. a shell made arrangements by which we will from hell. That seemed all hissing-ho- t send either one of the following paUsually at this time of the year Amidst the charging toe it sped, pers together with Tub RErunucAit and before this in gubernatorial years Leaving a track oi maimed and dead. our battery now awoke tho woods are tull ot for the price named. Remember when in Kentucky In tones of glee its thunder spoke; of you pay up for Thk RtsrUBUCAN and Democratic candidates for State Our loud hurrahs rang glad and free, one year in advance you are entitled fices. So far, not a single Democrat- For lite and hope and victory. or any other Thus it was that 'a cannon's roar to one of these papers at the price ic candidate for a State office, if wo mistako not, has been Made music such as ne'er before named: seen within the broad limits of Ohio My ears had heard, or yet shall hear, in some celestial sphere, New York Weekly Tribune . . $ 1.25 county and only one candidate, the Until, to the songs that rise 1 . 15 I listen Louisville Weekly Commercial . Simon Bolivar Buckner, has From angel bands in Paradise. Hon. Home and Farm Bend proxy 1.75 even had the courage to Weekly Courier-Journbometbing or otn 1.50 into the county, Cosmopolitan Magazine , . . a. 25 er seems to have turned a bucket of 1.30 cold water down the back of the KenCommercial Appeal Newsy Letter From Our to tucky Democracy. Address all orders in r fcg . itwm Hartford Eopublican the arms, 67 ccntlemea kiss lady on lips, four gentlemen kiss lady on cheek, three gentlemen show very good taste by kissing lady ou eyes, and two gentlemen kiss lady on hand. It is to be presumed these two out of 100 are timid, diffident kind, though it is possible that they might be of the quietly sentimental nature. One gentleman kisses lady on nose. It must be addedthat the statistician Is careful to Insert the saving clauses BRADLEY LEADS. Ohio County Kim People Recog-niz- o as tho Loador. Scott's Emulsion has beon endorsed by physicians of tho wholo world. There fa 110 secret about its ingredients. Physicians proscribe For Twenty Years r..ii.uonu. Foni.ir.UT.tiuvcn.tou A correspondent of the Louisville Commercial has been interviewing some ol our people and the sentiment is the same Bradley first. Scott's Emulsion becauso thoy know what great nourishing and curativo properties it contains. Thoy know it is what it is represented to bo ; namely, a porfoot emulsion of tho best Norway Cod-livOil with tho hypophosphites of linio nnd soda. For Oonghs, Golds, Bore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Langs, Consumption, forofala, Aiuomla, WeakltoMes, Thin Children, Blokets, Marasmus, Lou of Flesh, Ocseral Debility, and all conditions of Wasting. Tho only gonuino Scott's Emulsion is put in salmon-colo- n er two-lecc- Full-voice- d .... i.5 Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) The RSFUBLICAM, m m Hartford, Ky. fall- The Kichmond Semi-Week- Panl-aqroly Pole has certainly en with the top end this way. The North passes tho following high com I t The people fc of . . quietus on the saloon question and office nominations, it should not bo they should now proceed to wipe out forgotten that Ohio county has a. mlendid tvno of Republicanism in the last vestig6 of the blind tiger. the person of Hon. Cicero M. Bai nett, ot Uartiora. ne maue me race Phebidekt Cleveland in his special against Congressman Montgomery in message Monday says another issue tho Fourth District two years ago when all odds were against him and of bonds is all that will save the counsucceeded in reducing the large DemRepublican Administration try. A He is ocratic majority considerbly. will save it if it is not utterly ruined an able young lawyer, an ardent before March 4, 1807. worker, and among the best Repub Mr. Barnett licaos in our State. We believe that to more than any rtould make an ideal candidate for He has many other one cause thedefeatof the open Attorney General. would to friends in Madison county who saloon must properly be attributed like to see him honored.1' the powerful influence of tbo wives, Mr. Barnett is' not a candidate foi daughters, mothers and sisleis of any office however, and to the charge Hartfoid. The women did it. of being a lawyer must,ashe modestly The empty Treasuries of the State and National Government and the utter failure of Democratic states manship in the management of Stale and National aflairs, compel the peo ple to demand a change which they will doin tbo next two elections. says, plead not guilty. ON Monday of this week President Cleveinnd ef nt to Congreess a special mcsiageon the financial question, legislation. immediate begging Among many other things he said: "In the meantime the situation has so changed that the emergency now appears so threatening that I deem it mydutytopsk nt the bauds of the legislative branch of the Government such prompt and effective action as will restore confidence In our financial soundness, and avert business disaster and universal distress among our people. "With natural resources unlimited in variety and productive strength, and with a people whose activity and enterprise seek only a fair opportunity to achieve national success and greatness, our progressshould not bo checked by a faFse financial policy and a heedless disregard ot souuu monetary Jaws, nor should the timidity and fear which they engender stnud in tho way of our prosperity. "It is hardly disputed" that this confronts us predicament Therelora, no one in any degree responsible for the making and execution of our laws should fail to see a patriotic duty in booestly and sincerely attempting to relieve the situation. Manifestly this effort will not succeed unless it is made untraramel-e- d by tho prejudice ot partisanship, and with a steadfast determination to resist the temptation to accomplish party advautoges.'' If theso declarations mean anything they moan that the people havo even not yet suffered the worst of this Democratic Administration and that unless tbo Republican members oi Congress come to the rescue of tho Democracy, the latter will be unable to give tho country needed legislation. The Republican party hat all along contended that the Democracy could not administer successfully tho affairs of this great country and now no less a personage than the Democratic President himself virtu-all- y admits and publishes that fact to the world, pliment upon our esteemed fellow townsman, Hon. 0. M. Barnett: "While mention is being made of Hartford have put a scores of good Republicans for State ,.f ' The Hopkinsville KenlutUan fires the following at the editor of tho "Editor Knott, of the Louisville Post, can not expect to lead Kentucky Dcmcciats into a workship of gold by sneering at silver as "soft money." Even the Bible says, "He tbatbeliveth Knott (hall be damned." Br just what course of reasoning a man can conclude that an official who discharges overy legal requirement incumbent upon him, wrongs anyone and at tho same time concludes that it is proper and right to colonize negroes to vcte open saloons upon a Christian community, we fail to understand. Louisville has a regularly organized Lexow Committee which has be-- , gun to mako life miserable for the political bosses of the Kentucky me', Policemen say thoy were tropolis. assesg during the last campaign for Tho Commercial politicm purposes. suggests that there is now a fine opening for a Louisville Paikhurstto raise his voice. has been era ployed by tbo School Board to havo for the. next embargo This is a very wise three years. Dr. Alexander hasUuilt up the school as no other mnn could have dono and his connection with the school is a guarantee of its continued and splendid success. Dr. W. Alexandeh ofCollcgo u. ir . The Louisvillo Correspondent of the Bullitt rionttr evidently knows what he is talking about when he says: Oh, what, n fickle changing thing It blew and This winter weather Is! snow, and then it thow And now, by jiugs its friz. How curious the seasons go! With imiflles to your mouth, You step knee deep into tho snow In the warm sunny South! Wit-Lou- n s gentle delinquent sub. scribe rs remember these ilraple facts, I'lrst that It takes money to run a newspaper; Second that tho tag on your paper contains the date from which you owe on your subscription; months. Third that if a mistake has been' Write us for wholesale prices. Admade on your date you should speak dress: of It as Boon ssit is made, and that NURSBltV CO, SOUTHKKN you should not wait until a bill Is Winchester, Ttnn, 2 8t before you kick. r Aalcauinu Wanted. Good wages to sell our Nursery Stock. Apply for terms. We will have for Spring and Fall, 1895. an 1 minenec stock of Apple.Feat, x'each, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. Also small fruits, shade nnd oruamen-- . tnl trees roses, etc. We make a specialty of wholesaling to Urge planters direct. We will sell to parties and take note paya. ble In six, twelve and eighteen "t St, rtocheater, N. Y, write.! "N.trly all toy nate for Governor. From experience relatlrea bar died etc. maumpUon. I waa under th baa of tba aamo lread dlaeaaa. Uad tb he knows better than any other man X finalwailing of fleabaodtba b.etloflu.h, ly begaa lh ua ot Dr Fenner'a Golden Utile! in the State how to canvass it. His and am fully reatored. If peopl could anly fame as an orator, which is national, knew thla remedy aa I know It, what a aailcg of life Ultra wouUbe " Wrltabcr Bheknowa precedes him, and is on the tongues of other almllar catea. Taken In S drop doaee. oa a lamp f augar, one la two honra, it n.rer of all the people, and large crowds dUappolnta. Contalna I o narcoUca or mineral will come to hear him speak. Prom polaona. Hare and certain. On tablttpooafal foe cure La Grippe. If aatlttaeUon not gliaa, the beginning to the end ol the canconey refunded. Take bom. a botUa Enrop nnd urTorlir. vass, if nominated as he cetUinly Having halted on the crooked road will be all the people will be eager e to nnd turned back to the to hear him. Heendures the arduous Neighboring Town. broad highway of Protection, this fatigue of a long and exhaustive camMiss Rosa Taylor is visiting rela- country can afford to give some study paign with a hope that never despairs , and an energy that never flags. tives and friends in Owensboro and to the probable result of the Demo-I phur Springs. cratic policy if the American people would be pleased to see Willson, f Z II. Shultz, School Superin Central City. had not repudiated it. Louisville, elected United States Sen- tendent Hartiord. Mr. T. G. Ray returned Friday to e was a sort of universal ator." N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. his home in Lafayette, Ind. benevolence in which the United Galen C. Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. Hon. James A. Smith, a prominent Mr. K. J. McKenney and family States was to give away its markets attorney of this place, being asked have moved into the new cottage of and trust to its commercial rivals to Mrs. Mizella Tinner, Poorhouse his choice for Governor, said: "I Mr. John B. Bir's on Main Street. be equally benevolent. European nathink Bradley more entitled to the Keeper Hartford. Mr. Henry Waddle, lather and sis- tions cursed the McKinlcy law and JUSTICES COURTS. Gubernatorial chair than any man in moved into the cottage just applauded the Wilson-Gormater have law. Kentucky. Since his debut Into pubit oTicK. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur tba United vacated by Mr. McKenney, I watt arary They took immediate advantage of lic lite no dungeon of fraud has been Springs, March 2, June I, September Itate. intere.Udnan and womaa laaad Wklity la tba Oj.lnm bihlla to bar oa ot my boekl en lb.. Prof. E. R. Ray, wife, mother and the latter to compete with American so deep and so dark that his intellec- 2, December 2. Addreie U. M. (Tooll.j, Atlanta, Oa. daughter, Elizabeth, Sirs. I. II. Teel manufacturers in the home market. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson, Prentis, Bx Ul, aad aa wUI b lent jevtrat. tual vision did not penetrate it; no And did American manufacturers embezzlement or misappropriation Marck 9, June 8, September 7, Deand son nnd Miss Attye Austin spent Wanted. Sunday with the Hon. R. F. Hocker find European markets thrown open has been surrounded by bulwarks so cember 7. Everybody to Vnow that Groves to them on more liberal terms? Did high or insuperable, that his wisom, and family. Rosinc C . L. Woodward, Center- Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Mrs. T. T. Ray returned to her American farmers find abetter market his skill and patriotism.dldnot detect town, March 13, June 13, September Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad for agricultural- product? The multihome in Bedford, Ind., Tuesday. them; no maladministration but has 13, December 13. Colds & c, or your money will be plying signs that the United States is suffered a merciless exposure at his Bufotd Ben V. Graves, Bufoid, Mr. Olney Felix, Barrett's Ferry, relundcd in every instance. Sold by on the verge of a great Tariff war hands. Regarding him as I do, a March 30, June 29, September 28, William & Bell, Hartford Ky. spent Saturday and Sunday in town. with Europe give the answer. Since publicist of the first rank, a patriot by December 28. Mrs. Thornas.mother-in-lawofRev- . the passage ol the Wijson Bill there Boling, Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell Fordsville James A. J. B. Ferryman, left last week for has been a" constant recital of Tariff nature, possessing executive ability, Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, "Poinroys Vermifuge" the great remsecond to none, I have no hesitancy Tennessee, to see her lather, who is discriminations against the United edy for children and guaranteed every in declaring him to be my choice for September 14. December 14, very sick. States, sometimes openly, as in the Governor, without reserve or excepCONSTABLES, bottle, remember it always saves the Miss Margaret- - B. Clark, assisted case of Spain, sometimes covertly, as children" and cost only acts per Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. tion." by her music class, will give ap en- with Germany in its discrimination bottle. Buford J. L. Patton, Uuford. Hon. E. D. OutTy, Chairman of the tertainment at the School Hall on against Amerclan meat products on County Committee, said: Fordsville J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, "There is February lOtli, for the benefit of alleged sanitary grounds. Rosine Thos. Oiler, Rostue. no doubt about Col. Bradley being the We Cromwell Lodge, No. 420. Now it is stated . that France ap- man for the Republicans to nominate I Cromwell R. B. Martin, CromeJiawJ for this a liberal patronage as pears to be following in the lead of this year. Col. Bradley, by his former well. it is a wotthy cause, and know that Germany in placeing restrictions and race, endeared himself to Condensed News, POLICE COURTS. the people. all who come will be highly enter- obsticles in the way of the importa- The rank and file of the Republican Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; Stories, tained. tion of American food products, and, party is now ready to take up the J. P. Stevens, Marshal, B. L. Kelly, Miscellany, as in the case of Gemany, this is a campaign for Bradley and carry it to Attorney, Court held every second SCHOOL NOTES. Women's Department, Gibson spent Saturn developenient of the agrarian policy success. Miss Dora E. If the Republicans cannot Monday in each month. day and Sunday at her home in and is intended to help the French win this year there Is nothing in A, Miller, Judge; Children's Department, BeverDam-- D. put political Indications. farmers, although ostensibly Hartford. held Agricultural Department, Court , Marshal. I have heard a Miss N. May Friend, teacher of forward as a measure in the interest great number of Republicans in this first Saturday iu January, April, Political Department, Department, has of the public health. In a report to and adjoining counties talk of the July aud October. the Commercial Answer to Correspondents, been sick for the past few days, but the State Dcgartment from Roubaix coming campaign, and without exCromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge; United States Commercial Agent ceptions, they favor W. O. Bradley's Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held Editorials, is now out again. Angell warns the department of a nomination, and feel that with him second Saturday in January, April, Everything, Twelve new pupils matriculated movement put afoot by the agriculat the head of the ticket victory is July and October. WILL BE FOUND IN THE this week, as follows: Hisses Vallie of thedepartrnent of the north sure. I agree with them, Mr.Bradley L. Frnncis, Judge; D. Hamilton Williams, Taylor Mines; turists and Golda to establish certain reforms in refer- is certain to be nominated, and no W. Roll, Marshal. Court held ou Ida Millard, Goshen; Messrs. Richence toduties ouagriculturrl products Republican will be displeased. Democratic This third Saturday In January, Apriljuly A Rochester; Thomas ard Baker, Newspaper. HENRY WAT- and other matters. The Minister of county only gave 381 Republican and October. Taylor Mines; Logan Felix.Sul-phu- r TERSON. Editor. has been memorialized W, B. James, Judge; Rockport majority last year, but it will give Springs; L. L. Stewart, Liber- Agriculture upon the subject by a delegation. Court held on Bradley from 600 to 800." Gilem, Marshal. J. J ty; Theodore Sowders, Oma Hoover, PRICE, $ 1 00 A YEAR. All these countries benefited by the Hon. J. S. R. Wedding was next first Mondays in January, April, Atubra Watkins and Willie Kelley, expense of the seen and when asked about the Gu- July and October. Wilson duties at the The Weekly Courier-Journmakes city. manufacturer and the bernatorial race, said; American Rosine J. D. Byers, fudge; II. very liberal terms to agents. Sample "I can't see Messrs. R. C. Jatnagln, Horten; American farmer, yet this is. the Court held first copies of the paper and PremlumSup- why there should be any question Morris, Marshal. John C. Barnard, Liberty, and Miss return they propose to make. There about whom we should nominate. I Saturdays in each month. plement sent free to any addrtM. Annie Taylor, Horton, were visitors is no reason why they should be am of the opinion that when the Ceralvo N. B. I'ulkerson, Judge; Write to C01mmrt.J01mNAi.C0.. Attye. this week. blamed from their own standpoint. convention assembles there will be J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held Louisville, Kj. If the United States is foolish enough but one name before it, and that will on fourth Saturday In January. April, lleporf. The Hartford Republican and the not take the name of that gallant and fearless July and October. Below will be lound the grade of to give away its market why will be seat Weekly Courier-Journ" ' them? Prentis School: leader, W. O. Bradley. If we cannot COMMERCIAL CLUB. Addrovs to any address for $1.75. McKinlcy act was so elect Bradley no other man need R. L. Barnes jG, Shalto Leach 90, While the Meets at Court House every 2d The RitruutlCAN, Hartford, Ky. Thurman Taylor 90, Wayland Barnes bitterly reviled there was no hint of attempt a successfal race. I consider and 4th Friday night. J. S. R. Wed92, Elvis Jarnagln 93, Archie Swain European nations undertaking to Mr. Bradley the peer of any man in ding, President, C. ' R. Martin, 88, Vernon Leach 89, Mascon Taylor shut out the'' United States because the South, aud that he stands in the 89, Amelia Southard jo.Kthel Wilson they could not aflord to enter upon a lore rank of statemen and orators. T0WN TRUSTEES. 90, Iija Taylor 93, Novie Taylor 91, Tarifl war. That act contained a His speech at the dedication ot the W. G. B. D Ringo, Chairman; Hester Barnes 85, Ernie Burgess 90, provision which enabled this country Kentucky Building at the World's Hardwiclc. Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. Victorie Brackin 89, Dovle Wester-fiel- d to make reasonable concessions with- Fair has never been equaled .since the Field, John P. Morton. 89, Tina Burgess 9a, Elsie Clem- out destroying its own trade and days of Webster - nnd Clay. His SCHOOL TRU3TEE3. ens 92, Boyd Swain 90, Tack Brackin industries. This was the reciprocity campaign of 1887 is upon the minds L. F. Wfisrner, Rowan Holbrook, of- Ihre to 95, Clyde Leach 89, Maud Jarnagln provision giving effect to the policy of all the voters in Kentucky. The Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. iu which was embodied the genius of startling assertions he made during Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Criffin, Sec92, Susan Southaid 92, Mittie Simmons 90, L. Taylor 94, Nola Clemens James G. Blane. It was during the that campaign have proved to be retary. Any one sending in a subscription 64, Opal Hunley 99,Doll Brackin 89, life of the McKinlcy act that many of to this paper for one year, accompan-e- d tiue. RELIGIOUS. Chive Swain 94, Colbon Barnes 89, European rcstrictioisggainst Ameriby $i.s , the regular price ot Tub "It was Bradley who made the Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, Doozy Westerfield op, Ola Shultz 94, can produts were removed. charge upon the breastworks of the Pastor. Services second Siwday in RtmiPUCAN, will be sent free of A nnie Btackin 95, Verdie Stevens And now the United States has a enemy when they were 40,000 in the each month, at 11 a 111. and 7 p. m. charge for one year a copy of The 91, Ernie Hoskins 94, John Hoskins chance to sec the difference between ascendency, and it will be the same Prayer meeting every Thursdayeven-ing- . Louisville Weekly 'commercial a 90, Robert Swain 90, Tom Brackin the Republican policy of Protection "little Napoleon" who will lead the large Cfcolumn paper, filled with 96, Autha Sherrod 89, I.ura Leach. aud Reciprocity and the Democratic Republican party to victory next M. E. Church-R- ev. E E. Pate, more news than any other metropoli60, Oda Burgess 93, Volna Southard policy of American November. By his gallantand unv Pastor. Services every third Sunday tan weekly. 94, Ellis Burgess 93, Mattie Burgess Fconoraist. tiring efforts the glorious da.wn of a in each month atira. m. and at 7 Absolutely correct market reports. 90. I p, in. Prayer meeting every y new day is within finger touch. You can get a tree sample copy, ,qf The bbove is a repoit only of the am for Bradley for Governor awj for The Weekly Commercial by sending Might. last two months of the school Gen. E. II. Hobsoti for Lieutenant Christiau Church Rev. I. II, Teel, your aame to that paper. Siddia Davidson, Teacher. Globo-DomoorGovernor." Pastor. Services (list Sunday in in The sentiments expressed by these each month, morning and night. I.ove Hiitl I'ruiiuiule. - gentlemen relative to the nomination o SECRET S0CIETIK3 There is a clever statlslciatt who Rockport Lodge. No. 31a, P, & A. for Governor meet the approval ol the could teach a thing or two to the novCol. M. meets regularly on the fint and Republicans in Ohio county. elist. This statistician has attempted Bradley will be nominated by accla- third Saturday ulglits'lnxich month, to clasify the action and methods of Stated meetiug offtfiRtfdrd Lodge mation, and the patty in this county proposals, and as a result lias prewill be second to that in no other No. 675 P. & A. Masons, first Mon. figuresextremely insented tabulated county In enthusiasm for Bradley and day night in each month. All btetk- - Address orders to Thr P.KruBMCANv teresting to psychologists. Out of f ren are invited to attend regularly. Hartford, Ky, the. 'ntlre ticket. gentlemen take lady in 100 cases 36 BEAVER DAM. of "by mistake." There is a record of a man kissing a lady on edge of a shawl, but thank goodness, there is only one in 100, and the chances are that this man is pxullar. Seventy-tw- o hold lady's hand, 17 hold it very tightly, 14 have lumps In their throats, and nine exclaim aloud, "Thank Godl" Only seven out of 100 declared themselves to be deliriously happy, and five are too full for utterance. Three out of 100 stand ou one foot when they make proposal, and two go down on one e knee, while nine make a formal sometimes like the slow music at the play, we suppose, when the villain appeals to heaven to witness the consuming flames Of this alTec tion for theJieaith'e (lots to ruin etc. The bchaviorof the- lady tinder the circumstances is equally entertaining nnd instructive. Out of 100 cases 8 1 sink into the arms of gentlemen, 68 rest their heads on gentlemen's breast and only one sinks into the arms of a Eleven clasp chair. their arms around the gentlemen's neck, six weep tears of joy silently, and 44 weep tears aloud whatever that means. Seventy-tw- o have eyes full ot love, and nine out of 100 rush Irom the room to tell somebody. Only four are greatly surprised, and 87 of 100 knew that something was coming. Five giggle hysterically, and oue even sneezes. Only oneof 100 struggles not to be kissed, while six kiss gentlemen first. If we believe the statistician, One out of 100 women will say, "Yes.but don't be a fool." Philadelphia Times. per-lud- J wrapptr, Boott A. Ilcfuso inferior substitutes 1 SmdftrfnmpkUt tn Sttttt Emulthn. FREE. Bowno, N. Y. All DrusgUta. SOoonts and SI. Taylor Sec- Ohio County Dirootory. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon W. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. JohnW. Black, Jailer Hartford. G. B Likens, Clerk Hartfoid. B. D Rngo, Master Commissioner Hartiord. G. B. Likens, Trusteeofjury Fund Hartford. Hartford. C. IV Keown, Sheriff Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford. Jos. II Roberts, Fordsvtlle, S. T Stevens Cromwell, Thos. K. Bishop, Centertown. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November ewo weeks. COUNTY COURT. John P. Motton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday i January and Tuesday after the first Monday in October. OTUER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fitzhugh. Surveyor Sul- G. J. Beau, W M. Shelby retary. Rough RlverLodge No.lioKnights of Pythias. Meets every Saturday night at Mksonic Hall, B. D. Ringo, C. C. dUmiun bit " "curr4 unonf U good and tut msa. Tti 4 y COL. WM. O. BRADtKY. Here is what some of them feay: Hartiord, Ky , Jan. 23. Refollowing leading The publican politicians of this place were Interviewed by your correspondent in regard to the nomination for Governor. Judge John P. Morton, Judge of the Ohio County Couit, said: "I am for Col. W. O. Bradley, I consider him the grandest Republican in Kentucky, He has done more for the party than any other man has done, and ought to be nominated without txtn Dr. F.nnet'i Oold.a Ittll.t. A iT It eur.t too ' lubjdlthu opposition," K. P. Neal, County Attorney, said: "W. O. Bradley is the man to nomi- cltlmi toe muebj losg tho Hit Is tons', nd lt' "pulmontrj eonnunp-tton.- " "corn" to Irom trifling wltli "nuniintffllcltoa." 0 If. hit tho iolutlcnl It otirci 0&I7 Inrtamf atio. A eora Tstt's but ONE. IU got minj If ob. A coniumptlon It uotb.r. Utnj tucb m tmimlrt, tonthicbt, bsra. rbeumttlara, dltrrbcnt, 4 j.tnterj, flux, Cur It. lufiusmitlon. la nj ot tbeto, and tbo dlnriM 1 focal Fault'a with tba namtaf remedy cot to blama! Treat It fairly. Oli.lt cbanoa. TJ Doctor fon'l cur oosaumptloa Tbl la tb "lait cbaoca." Try It Itead On II mtaj dli.ti.i, uji nj cm. t.,l. following! Mra. I a Smith. No. SO Korth Wathfngtoa Free-Trad- you Remember get the iew York Tribune nnd The Free-Trad- Republican dollar and five oonts. both for one year, for one twenty- n - S3 '! Weekly ten-pag- ourierJoarn.vl n eight-colum- Bar-ras- a, , Sec-retar- y. THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL readers paper. - ftree Free-Trad- Wed-nesda- The Republican (s and St Louis at mi Send yoar money and weekly) for $1.60 per year, for subscribers who pay up and ono year in advance. GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. (! li(lltiia-- i --. 1 "mmtrss.? , yW" v. r 33 Awnrdl Hllhe.t Honor World' Fair. Bring your eggs to Carson & Co. Look at Pair BroZ & Co's. stylish " DRYBY Old 4 hats. Small lot nf boots left at Parr Bros. & Co'. at Pair Bros. & New line of Pacinators Bros, & Cos's. CREAM Ladies should see Co's. line of shoes. 'Par ' BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Gripe Gum of Tartar Powder. Pitt from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Biggest fine yet of Yatchlug Caps, at Pair Bros. & Co's. New Calico ail 5 cents per yard. Carson & Co. lust lecieved a big lot of Shoes. Carson & Co. .iim Hi i1 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. 1895, i Congressman Dick Bland is to visit Hartford in the spring. Hay, corn and seed oats for sale, at Field & Holbrook. Best prints 5c; heavy 'domestic 5c per yard at Pair Bros. & Co's. Pine line oi new Stanley and Negligee shirts, at Pair Bros & Co's. We will sell you 27H1S N. O Sugar ' Carson & Co. for Jt.oo. Col. J. S. R. Wedding was iu Fordsville the first of the week. Remember that Field & Holbrook keep good rigs for hire day or night. Measles is prevalent in the Buford community. Several cases have been reported. 111 Friday, Fkiiruary i, Mr S. L. Casebler is at Webster county. homc-frou- Col. W. II Moore.SulpUur Springs, was In town the first of the week. Miss Dessle Duke, of Sulphur Springs, is visiting MissAnnie Dean. Mr. J. W. Tabor, of Hocker & Ta-Fordsville, was in town Monday. Hon. K. D United States this week. Wnlker is attending Court at Owensboro W, Miss Stella Dennett, a position in Cash Store. Bed, has J. B. Poster's Mrs. P. K. Nelson, who has been quite sick for several weeks, N slowly Improving. Messrs Lee Stevens and Iem Louisville, came home vote Wednesday 1 Prices on cloaks no object. at any price at Pair & Co's. u st go They Bros. to Hot Coffee and lunch at all hours at Hall Bros., corner Union and Market Streets. We are offering some special bar-ga- ns in novelty dress goods. Carson & Co. Scth lett and Mist Mary Daniel, oi Haynesviliv, were mirried yesterday at the home ol the bride. Rev. R. P. Carson, No Creek, lelt last week for Milburn, Butler county, where he will attend school. h Mr. C II. Ellis opened Ills sPt'g school at Alexander Monday with flattering prospects for a good session, who has Mr R. A. Anderson, been confined to his bed for four inonths.witli a complication of diseases, is improving ii Mr. John Hodge and Miss Minnie Taylor, ol Prcntis, were married Wednesday evening nt a o'clock at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. W. R Carson, Beda, left Saturday for Vive Grove, Harditi county, where he enters the Commercial Department olProf.S.C Steven's school. There was a considerable loss by fire at the Taylortlincs last Priday night. The house containing the air compressing machinery was destroyed. liiss Kffie Kahn, Cromwell, and Miss Sowders, Beaver Dam, were in town Wednesday. Miss Mattie Sanderfur has returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Henderson. James P. Stevens has purchased a part oi the Morton larm ff from P. M. Porter. Mrs. John J. McIIenry is expected home this week from & visit to her parents at Alton, Va. Mr. G. J. Benson, of St. Louis, is in town, the guest ol his brother-in-laMr. J. S. Cornelius. t.. Try our 35c ladies hose, high pllce heel and double soles. Hemscd Dye. Carson & Co Nothing better. When in town and you feel hungry and tired, call on Hall Bros anl get a good luach, with hot coffee. Mr. Sam B. Romans, Horton, who Mr. John S. Vaugbt, who has been was bitten last week by a dog supis imconnected with the Hartford Herald posed to have hydrophobia, for several years, has resigned and proving. left Wednesday for his home in Burnt Mr Jr H. Barnes, Cromwell, passHe has many friends Prairie, III. here who wish ior him success in ed through town yesterday on his way to Buford, where he will open whatever he undertakes. school Monday. ! The newtonsorial parlors oi Messrs. Bullington & Cafn is a thing of beauPostmaster Griffin has been credited ty. The walls are nicely papered and by the Tost Office Department by the decorated, and the furniture is new $50.70 stolen from the office some throughout. This is something that months ago. Hartford has long needed These Hall Bros, deal in all kinds fresh s gentlemen are barbers. meats, game, chickens, turkeys, sau' Mr C Rv Martin, the hustling sage, etc. Give them a call for anyJewelcr.has moved his Jewelry stock thing in their line at lowest prices. to the L B. Bean old stand, and besides keeping the best stock of JewelJames Roberts has brought suit in ry in tle Green River country, he the Circuit Court against the Gaines will handle all kinds of Peed Stuff. Coal Co. for $330 90 and had the Mr. Martin is a first class gentleman, property of the Company attached, and if you need anything in his line Quarterly Court adjourned Tueswould do will to call on him day after an eight days sitting, one Tin. HrllitnlUI Mftllnc. A Rev. Lyons is Qing some powerful ol tire longest ever held here. large number of cases were disposed preaching at the Methodist Church His sermon last Sunday was exceed- of. ingly good, and he has been continuCollrica Jfolen. ing in the good work throughout the Our school is being rapidly filled week. Large crowds nre in attendwith young ladies and gentlemen of ance each evening and all are awak-nin- g a bright and intelligent appearance, to the interest of the meeting. several having entered this week. We There is a , general interest among feel that every one should be proud christian people and much good of this College which wc believe to be thr is sure to be the result. a great power lor morality and and that all should strive Annlhrr Trnln ill on. to maintain it in its sovereign efficaThe Owensboro Messenger says: "In a few days an additional mixed cy, for in the degeneracy ofourschool, train will be put on the Palls of Rough not only the town, but this section of leaving here at 9 a. in. and connecting our country would feel deeply its loss. Mr, Richard Foster, who is attendat Horse Branch with trains N0.5 and 6 on theC., O. and S. W. for Louis--yill- e ing Vanderbilt University, is visand Memphis. This is on ac- iting his parents for a few days, and count of the mine at Dcanefield and visited the school Thursday mornthe business now being too heavy for ing. Mr. J. II. Barnes, a lormer student, present single train each day An engine is being prepared by the visited the school Monday morning. Rev. Lyons' addsesses from time Southern Iron works and will be ready for use next week. The new mine at to time have been very interesting. Deanefield is now in operation under We all like Brother Lyons and. hope the management oi Mr. G. C Rob- that he may olten favor us with his erts, oi this city, for the Thompson visits. Miss Emma Mosely was absent the Coal Company. Thirteen diggers are at work. The mine is a model in first of the week on the account oi sickness. every respect. The societies are doing splendid "Deanefield now has five good sizwork and we took for much success ed stores and two big mines in operation. A few years ago the place was to crown their earnest labors. The cold weather with the deep notklng but timber and fields, but Owensboro capital has made a town snows do not stand in the wny of the student, but under the inspirawith good prospects." tion of natures beautiful scenes at the Hinging; Noltra present, they seem to work more arIn the ears, sometimes a roaring, dently and earnestly nt their post3 of sound are caused, by duty. buzzing Saitiio catarrh, that exceedingly disagreeable and very common disease. Loss The U. S. Qov't Reports ol smell or hearing also result catarrh. show Royal Baking Powder Sarsaparilla, the great blood Hood's superior to all others. purifier, is a peculiarly successful t m m remedy for this disease, which, it cures by purifying the blood. first-clas- Su bs oribo for The t Hood's Pills or the best after ner pills assist dlgestiou.prevent stipation, 11 .1 dincon- Republican and tho JLouisvilli Weekly C omm orcial b o t U The World's Fair Tests ycaaBpr $1,25J showed no baking powder one ' so pure or so great In lean per year, Royal. enlng power as the In thinking of the question of open saloons I have asked myself a lumber of questions, the answer of which V I will give my opinion of the matter, a b the whe'e story and they are questions which every ol IralUllon trad rnnKS and labcli. christian man should have asked about himself and given tbcm a fair solution before casting his vote. First, am I in favor of blind tigers? Certainly not. Second, am I in favor oi open saloons? Most assuredly rt'artrtMTDC Costs no more thin 0""r Package soda never spoils 111 Jldwiyaljvi). flour universally acknowledged purest In the worl 1. not. WelL which would you prefer, M open saloons or blind tigers? Open U Hail: only by OITjHCH fc CO., 1 7 York. Sold by rrrxers everywhere. m saloons, of course. Then, why not Wrlto tor Arw and lmmmir Hook ot valuable Uuclpeiritlili. u vote for open saloons? because I had 6uaoaDeHeBOi8UODCBSQeBBeB'-:nnc20DHBeHOBt)rather have one than both. Voting comprofor open saloons would be Company, mising with the Devil and that no YOU CAN MAKE MONEY By shipping to Hcrndoit-Carte- r Louisville, Ky., Commission Merchants, christian man could do. because thev arc the larircat and most re But, says one, open saloons would liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write exterminate blind tigers. This, we to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties: Eggs, Butter, Poultry, say is npt true, for any man who Fruits of all kinds, Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for would open a saloon, which he knert Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on consignments. General correspondence solicited. would disgrace sons and husbands, and would break the hearts of wives A Card. THE COMMERCIAL CLUB and mothers, his conscience has.been To Tim Patrons And FrieniisIJ? taxed to such an extent that It will. The Bank Ov Hahtford: I will tonot yield to any sense of right when Hold an Interesting Moot day take charge as Cashier of this it stands between him and the alpopular insitution and will say in ing Last Friday-Night- . mighty dollar, and the more whisky advance that the same conservation he buys the cheaper he can get it business methods that have charactand the more he sells the more he erized this friend of the business can buy, so his mission is to sell A regular meeting of the Halt ford community since its organizative whisky and it makes but little differCommercial Club was held January will be its highest aim. Hoping to ence to him how he sells it, it he can maintain the confidence of all and exS. R. Wedding.Presldent, At the East Hartford Precinct the our grasp." only get the money for it. If he can 35. 1895, J. Each county in the State is requestend business relations, I am respectpresiding. vote came in slowly, but was polled reach some of the people through the J. C. Rilbv. Minutes of the last meeting read fully. by 9 o'clock or thereabout. When ted to call a county convention on or operation of the blind tiger he wilt before February 22, '1895; and apand adopted. the ballots gave out the wets raised VuklleNale, encourage rather than attempt to a howl and "demanded" more ballots. pointed all recognized and accredited break them up. So to open the saI will offer fonpublic sale on the Special committee appointed at last About 10:30 or later the wets, by Prohibitionists in the county dele- loons the community would be cursed meeting of the Club to urge that Whltesvillc and Hartford road 8 attorneys, served notice of motion for gates to said convention. with both open saloons and blind Congress appropriate enoagh money miles North of Hartford on Saturday Done by order of the central, writ of mandamus against the County tigers. If I could see as others say this term to complete the locks and February 16, 1895, the following , Clerk and Deputy Clerk on the Depthey see, that open salpons would be dams on Rough River reported property: One horse, one yoke catE J. Polk, Chairman. uty Clerk. There was no service on a blessing to a community, I would through J. J. McIIenry,that Congress tle, two milch cows and calves, sheep L H. FBRRrat, Secretary the Clerk himself. Verified petition do all in my power for them, but I had refused to do anything, giving as and hogs, two road wagons, breech- was presented in the f'ounty Court, a reason that no money could be ap- ings and llnes,cart and harness.iarm-in- g fail to see the point. KINDERIIOOK. and household implements, praying a writ of mandamus against In looking around for a sure win- propriated for any stream save those Prof. Wm. Foster lectured at AlexCounty Clerk aud Deputy Clerk comner on the Republican State ticket, L already navigable, and then only for kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day ot sale. pelling them to furnish more ballots ander Schoolhouse Saturday night, we can find no better youug man than repairing, but the work will be con . To say that his talk for the election. The matter came up December 25. J. S. Bartmstt. 27 at, the Hon. James Breathett.i of Hop- - tinued and the available $56,500 about 1 45 and was discussed by thfe was beneficial would be superfluous,' kinsville, Tor Lieutenant Governor. granted next summer. The following from an exchange is attorneys for the saloon men and the as Prof. Foster iswell known throug-o- ut Wbat a man is enters largely into The Committee appointed to ask very applicable just now as we have the county, men until about i:3owhen what he does and the same largeness the Fiscal Court for donation to Kenhad some complaint lrom a few of our Mrs. Win. Spurrier and children which so marks his character, disthe court oerruled the motion on tucky Bureau oi Immigration report- patrons; the ground that the petition did not accompanied by Miss Effie Hays, of tinguishes his future works also. ed that they had been unsuccessful, "Some of our subscribers get hot state sufficient allegations and that Whitesvile, are visiting in the vicinThe work that he did In equali- the court aot having the power to do when bills are sent them. It is the the court had no jurisdiction of such ity at this writing, the guests of Mr. zing the School Funds of the State can so. Un motion ot Hon. J no. J. Mccustom of the business world. All cases. This ended the fight save that J. W. Stevens and family. not fail to inspire the heart of every IIenry the Club appropriated $ 12.00 business firms recieve bills and send the wet officers in the West Hartford Miss Louauna Ford, Sugar Grove, colored voter throughout the State of its funds for the help oi the Buout bills. They are not sent because Precinct lor n time refused to sign the entered school at Alexander Monday with a desire to know him wherevreau. the party sending thinks the account finally gave in. returns but they morning. er his name is heard. He is the The Grievance Committee were unsafe. They are sinply sent because The vote resulted as follows: East very man for a running mate with instructed to urge that the Town It is a matter of business, and busiMiss Stella Bennett, Beda, Hartford wet at, dry 13; West Harta position as clerk in J. B. that great leader and Statesman, Col. Trustees have stone crossings put In ness cannot be conducted without ford wet 37, dry 49, giving a total Poster's dry good store at Hartford. Win. O. Bradley. His intellectual at the most frequented part of town, money. We have to make bills in vote wet 58, dry 61. Majority against Mr. W. R. Carson left last Friday powers are strong, vigorous and well also, respectfully request them to the city for our material. These bills saloons 4. Had the ballots held out for Vine Grove, where he will attend balanced. His literary attainments publish the amount of the income of are due monthly and have to be paid. the majority would have been inthe High School at that place the are select and extensive. He is a Hartford for the last year and its disWhen they draw o us we must meet creased to 15 or 20 dry. man of wonderful virtue and truth. bursements. ensiling year. the draft with cash. We can't pay His reliability Is unquestionable. He On motion of the Secretary, it was bills by saying we have many good Mr. V. G. Barnett went to Center-toThousands of cases of rheumatism has a marked extensive ability, his ordered that Tim Hartford Repub- friends all overthe country who owe last Sunday, have been cured' by Hood's Sarsapapower as an organizer is most remarkbe tendered a vote of thanks for us and will pay when they get ready. rilla, This is abundant reason ior Misses Onia and Lulu Tunner, from able. His political views are clear, lican y having-kindloffered the use of its We must pay up or close up. So we belief that it will cure you. above Hartford, spent Saturday night Republican. and uncompromisingly columns free for the publication of send these bills simply as a matter of in Kinderhook. As an orator his voice is pure and the minutes of theClub each meeting. correct business, and no one should In Mcninrj. Mr. U. C. Barnett matriculated as a agreeable. Mary G. Lesher was born OcMrs. Let his soul become stirn Carried unanimously. blame us. You can't get any paper College on the cd and his genius find vent, and he Motion to adjourn. tober 12th, 1S58, died at her home in student in Hartford from the city unless you pay in adC. R. Martin, Sec'y. Hardin county, Ky., last December. 20 ult. will pour forth such a torrent of elvance. You should not treat your The Alexander school, which has oquence as to bailie th: most lormi-dabl- e She was the only sister of A. G. own home paper worse than you treat been taught by Prof. C. H. Ellis, Miller, of Ohio county, Ky. as we heatd Col. opponent, a foreign one." I.te I.I (fury Hem, closed last Friday with exercises conGeneral Lord Wolsley makes a This does not seem like home W. O. Bradley say in a speech at the llinltlToii a Home. As iu days of yore, sisting of declamations, songs, &c. Republican State Convention in 1884. most importent contribution to the We received a letter from II. Rose, For faces loved and forms so dear Regardless of the rainy day there was It is true that we have wandered for literature of the China-Japa- n war. agent ior the Globe Building Are with me now no more. a number of visitors, which made the twenty years in the wilderness of In an article for the February Cosmo- State My happy days were spent and Loan Association, of Louisville, day pleasant to all. Charles has done Democracy. Beneath this old root tree; It may be that our politan, he discusses the situation stating that he would be here next good work during the past five Moses has been gathered to his fath- and does not mince matters in saying But O, so many now are gone Monday to endeavor to organize a That made it home to me. months and won the love and esteem ers, and only been permitted to see what China must do in this emergenLocal Board for J1I3 company at this of every pupil. It being a most My husband left me ere the spring the promised land, but mark my pre- cy. Two other noted foreign authors place. scene to see him bid farewell diction, there shall arise a Joshua contribute interesting articles to this Came with its v ealth of flowers, This is one of the best and safest And gonewheresunshine.joyan'peace to success and acts of the past five who shall lead us into the promised number. Rosita Mauri, the famous companies doing business in the From these sad hearts of ours, months, the pupils' paid him due re land. The verdict of the whole State Persian danseuse, gives the history The houie.thc.scenesarestill the same, United States, having an authorized spect and showed their gratitude by is that Col. Bradley shall be that of the ballet, and Emile Ollltler tells They look as they did then; You should capital of $20,000,000. But husband, daughter.tricndsnrcgone presenting to him a plush collar and Joshua and we think that the Hon. the story of the fall oi Louis Philippe. see him and learn more of the busi'Twill never be home again. cuff box, as a reward for the good he James Breathett will make a good From every part of the world drawness. It is for the poor and rich and has done them during the school. C. Caleb to assist him.' ings and photographs have been ob- a great benefit to both. The poor Some of our treasures stilt are. left, B, Hays presented the prize to him in Bnt O, it is not home The Hartford Herald seems to be tained of the instruments used to man ccn build him a home, and the As it were then, for some are dead; a few elegant words, which touched expostulating on the difference of torture poor humanity and appear as rich can get a lafger per ,cenc for While others far.oiT roam. the heart of every man,, woman and opiuions of the white and colored ed- illustrations for a clever article by his money. It does not seein'like home to me, child present. After which the school itors of Tub RnruDUCAN, but we see Julian Hawthorne, entitled "SalvaIts joys arc not the same, Mr. Rose will be at the Hartford As once they were when they were here adjourned to open again on the nothing serious in that, for we have tion via the Rack." Mrs. Reginald House next Monday. Before these changes came, g Monday. learned long ago that all great minds de Koven, AuatoleFarnce, W. Clark Notice. Russell, Albione W. Tourgee, and What has become of our correspond- do not run in the same channel. We love the faces in our home; Mr. Galen C. Westerfield has taken The M. E. Church' is holding a William Dean Hpwells are among ents to the Republican? Wake up, But O, we look around, We list ior tones that do not come, school girls and boys, write us a protracted meeting, the pastor, Rev. the story tellers for the February a position with Tim RBFOM.I2N-aAny And vacant chairs abound. general solicitor and collector. communication and let the people Wm. Johnson, is being assisted by number of The Cosmopolitan. 'Tis heart wealth makes our homes so know what you are. and all business entntsted to his care Wake up, don't Rev. L.Robertson, of Greenville, dear, will be promptly attended to. ror Holo! be ashamed of your own people, but Rev. J. H. Ealy preached at the And when our troubles flown m. mi Stock of Groceries and Butchers We call it dear, for some joys dear; let the world know what yon are do- Alpha Baptist Church Sunday at Br. PrlcVf Cream Baking Powdsr Fordsville, We still call it our own. ing. eleven o'clock and Rev, A. Jackson tools, by J. B. Howard, World's Pair Hlghtst Awrd. Ky a good point for a Butchers Mr. T. L. Anderson went to Pates- - preached at night But when we list for words so true, THE ST. LOUIS shop aa we have ao one in that busiville Tuesday on business. That aevermore will come, Miss Maud Eldson entertained a ness here now. 25 4 1 Aud long to press our lips to these few of the young ladLes and gentleThat evermore are dumb. Died at the residence of her fath- men at the residence of her parents, And grasp at hands iu viewless are, Eight pages each Tuesday and" Friday; That yield no pressure too; er, in Ohio county, Ky.,Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Fleming May, on Bid- We call it home and home it is, Sixteen pages every week, only Wallace July 161855, She was born son Avenue, on the night of the 25th. But not the home we knew. In Ohio county, Kentucky, January, The invited guests were: Messrs. Ii tha Prayer ot ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, . D. MiU.crt. S. tlit Werres Tot 29, 1839; was early instructed by her Joe Taylor, John Taylor, J. II. Parks, is, beyond all comparison, the bigparents iu t he way ot religion; and E. G. Griffin, Louis Barrett, Judson l'rolilbllloiiUUl'nll. gest, best and cheapest national news In accordance with the action of September last, at a camp meeting, Tichenor, Uartin Walker and Lonnle Fains RelioTtJ and family Journal published im the State central committee of the she sought and obtained the pardon of Griffin. The ladies were; Misses Mood. Furiaed. and America. Polly and Fanny Nail, Lyda Brown, Prohibition party of Kentucky and her sins, and the witness of her acceptNerves Made Strong by STRICTLY REPUBLICAN moiiy , ! its order as promulgated in a meeting ance with God. During the meeting lavit Diirrcu, uucu 100(1 S rarks. The young people enjoyed of said committee in the city ot she joined the Methodist Episcopal In politics, it gives all the nens and Misses. Maud u glTM me Bmt pleasure- to Ut gives It at least three days earlier Louisville, on December 29, 1894, Church, of which she lived a faithful themselves supremely done- - for ins had from any of the the executive department ot said and as acceptable member till her Eidson and Lyda Brown left for Wkt Hood's 8rsprllU fcn andmywlfo. 8hs has ben aflllctoa wiw thanitcabe comiaiteee lias been directed to call a. death. During the early part of her Owensboro the next morning where mturalcU pains la nor hesd lor six years Metropolitan Weeklies they will attend school mass convention of the Prohibition sickness she expressedand unwillingad it ssttlsd in her yea. At times iha IT IS INDISPENSABLE The collection for the Alpha Bapwould bo totally blind and havj to stay party of this State to meet in the ness to die but as the disease pro.vv IH tar months. to the farmer, merchantor professioncity of Louisville on February 26 and. gressed, aud she became weaker, she tist Church last Sunday was $27.50 A short tlm who desires to keep promptly Rev. T. L- - Ferguson, the presiding resigned herself into the hands of ago wo begso al man, 27, 189s In Odd Fellow's Hall, northusing Hood's and thoroughly posted, but has not IT m west corner First and Jefferson street, the Lord. Some time before she died elder of the M. E. Church, arrived BrpailUan the time to read a large Daily Faper. today, thank at 1:30 p. iu., to consider the duty of I asked her if she felt prepared and yesterday and held his quarterly uoa, sua u muim Write for free sample copies to at three o'clock. the, Prohibit on party as an Integral willing todie. She answered, "I do; weetirg GLOBE. PRINTING CO., l VWV V body politic of I have no fear oi death." A few part, not only of the St. Louis, Mo. Wrdilol Near nearer Usui, Kentucky, but of this great Nation, days after this her Uncle asked her Mr. Ed Owen, of Lewis' Station, and to formulate a State ticket coins if she would triumph in her dying s are enableal 13y special contract, Daviess county, and Miss Mollte posed of candidates ior gorenor, hour. She said, "Glory-tGod. I Mr.Mr.Wm.n Beaver Dam, were to offer The St. Louis lieuteiiantgoveron, treasurer, auditor do!" The day before she died she Wells, of near HnnanMktr --m quietly married at the home of twice every week, In conifectlcm Jiiionl, Afk- oi public accqunts, register ol the said to one oi hern'unts.that was presfor with The Hartford the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. to attend to her land office attorney, general, secretary ent "Aunt, meet me in heaven! tell household duties, only J I 50 a year, provided you subJerome Wells, at teu o'clock Wednesof State, superintendent of public all the children to meet me in heavhad morning, only a few intimate which she rfnnM not scribe before April 1, 1895. This offnr instruction, and commissioner .u.l.n.l of en! I am going to heaven!" On the day Mr. Owen Is iL. present. friends being M own easa was somowbat tlrnN fer Is good for our old subscribers who agriculture, Jabor and statistics. morning that she died she reached young farmer and bis Ur, and since taking Hood'a BarsapatllU pay up and $1 50 for one year in In addition to the selection of this her hand to a friend that stood by a ptosperous eyea and my Considering the character f la one of Ohio county's most tha inflammation has UJt my My health imposing array of candidates to be her bedside, and said, "Farewell!" bride nerves havo baoomo quieted. popular young ladles. We wish them today U Utter than H has wen ror aeT- - the two papers the greatest of naShe then inquired forlier father and voted for at the November election, tional Journals, and the BKST f s the question now' agitating the mother, and said tojhem, "Farewell, much happiness. your home papers this offer haa public mind, viz., the amendment of father! Farewell,, motherl'' In a never been equalled. Do not delay Nolle.! I more her happy spirit was. Ij the United States constltiitien no as Bnsiness hours of Bank, ot Hartford but send in your subscription at oaie NVNAMAZEB, Judsonla, Arkansas. to autherlze the election of United released from the tenement of clay, ore from a. 111, to 3 p. in., without Tus: mads, amlpcrlcct to States senators by a drioct vote of Hood'a Pills are hand Jvt.iHarrison, at HartlopJ.TCy. Huterralssiii, in proportion ana ippeuanc. Wo p box. considered. As germane to these questions will be discilssed a complete and perfect : v every judicial, conWednesday wtiB a Memora- organlzatian oflegislative district and gressional and ble Day In the History county in the State, and adobted and promulgation of.rules and laws of tho Hoary Hoad-ocontrol of for the governinent-anTown. the party officials to whom these du Wednesday tlie day for the vote on ties shall be confined. The duty ol the hour demands of the saloon question dawned bright, the Prohibition patty o I Kentucky, crisp and bcqutiful,buttheisun had not after thesmoke oftbeNovcmber "batrisen however, nor had day dawned tle of the ballots" has cleared away when preparation began ior the Strug- - and the dead have been buried and the wounded cared for, that we E'e. the field and concentrate The wets it turned out had been marshaling their forces nearly all Kentucky Prohibition chivalry aad night and before daylight on a false valor iu one solid phalanx and sweep alarm marched a number of negroes aside at least the two per cent party whom they had kept in the Hnrtfprd standard which now disgraces our House all night up to the place to election statuory laws and is a blot form in line. At this time nearly upon the escutcheon of liberty as every antUsaloon man in the towu given to us by the sires of 1776. The principles and party we reprewas asleep. But when this evident attempt to crowd out was understood sent, in the main, are those which, political consethe alarm was given and half an in their hour before the, polls opened the antl quences, will become a national panasaloon men bad begun to gather at cea, solving the questions of capital the polls, but not until the hotel gang and labor, tariff, commerce and curThe vote rency, and crown the whole with Sohad formed twenty deep. was polled very rapidly and about 9 cial purity, justice and sound public o'clock the ballots gave out. This morals, without which the blessings was at the West Hnrtlord Precinct. oi civil liberty will "turn to ashes in d CD W Hartford After a Struggle Defeats tho Open Saloon. the people, and tie matter ofselecting a newState chairmanand reorganizing the central Committee, making said the State organHard chairman izer and salaried officer, will also be COLORED DEPARTMENT. "it"" wUSimi mo. 2 S jiosH9HeE9HnoHeREenro3onesiu(isfi6B dib maa U i -- ' by r. A. oarv. 'trior t. pt kate totta. ':-.- .MD HAu . " ra pi c1 mt AflD HAIVP s com-mstt- 1 anti-saloo- n l M v t wn -- r r i r. f; -- in s fT T 163be )emoerot; Neuralgia Pure Blood - ii, darbapuniia V, irt v ZLm jl Globe-Democr- . ltaM V3fTJiWvi f i Hood's3 Cures ( 5. -- ' n WlW- - V -- 'ii. : -- ,, A I "iPV Hartford Republican Friday, FnnnuARY i, 1895. k IV I have had my first streak of luck and I want to tell you about It. A little over four weeks ago I began selling Dish Washors.ntid have cleared in that time about $oo. Isn't that pretty good for the first month? I am sure I can do better every month right along, as every "Washer I sell helps to sell others. I can wash and dry the dishes for an ordinary family in two minutes, and as soon as people seesuch a machine, they will buy it quick. This is a business anyone can do well at, in any locality. You can get full particulars by addressing the Iron City Dish Washer Co., E. E. Pittsburg, Pa. Don't wait till some one else gets your home territory, but start to work at once. Mrs. W. Hrnry B. lUrtnvfntrt. llro. fowler The Madisonville Hustler says: "Ira J., son of Rev. and Mrs. Sam Fowler, died Wednesday alternoon He was about tea about 1 o'clock. years of age and was a bright and inHe was taken sick telligent boy. Monday night with a trouble of the bowels. The physicians were un able to render any relief as the case from the first was a desperate one. The iuneral took place yesterday at the family residence, after which the remains were interred at the Odd FelRev. Fowler and low's cemetery. family have the sympathy of all the people in their sad rereavement." A ChancotoMako Monoy. It was equally difficult to give accuAn rate directions in a great town. advertisement taken from The Spectator gives a fair idea of some of the methods restoted to in such endeavors. It reads: 'To be let, Newbury House in st. James Park, next door but one to Lady Oxford's, having two balls at the gate and iron rails before the door, etc' Lucky was the Taaan who had a neighbor of distinction whereby he could describe his own UNCLE SAM'S NAVY YARDS, But Ho is Obllgodto Have His War Sbips Built Elsowhoro. v . m obaertnnons I it Womnn. A writer in the Kentucky Leader says: fK t There's a good deal of human nature in people, especially in girls. The human nature In girls, however, is differentiated from the human nature in anybody else because girls are queer things anyway there is no calculating on them and you never can tell just precisely where a notion g is going to strike when it gets to around their nighborhood. I spent the night with a pretty girl in the west end of town the other night one of Lexington's bonniest belles by the way.I forgot to tell you that it's a woman writing this and the human nature: in her cropped out in such an eccentric and absurd way, I've been snickering about it ever Her pretty bed room is decosince. rated profusely with the scalps of her many victims, those who have learnt "it is so bitter to love a girl and then not git her," as the school boys say. By "scalps" in this connection I mean photographs of her beaux. There is nothing like calling a spade a spade, unless it's a trump, as some other smart fellow said. Well there was an alarming array fcuz-zin- habitant. "As early as 1512, writes Virginia T. Teacock, there was an attempt made iti Paris at numbering sixty-eignew houses; but the wise innovation met with scant repetition and became In no Sense general for more to The than 200 years. which the citizen clung was the signboard. It was distinctive and conspicuous, and its humble neighbor, with no Individuality of his own, lived opposite to it, next door to it or even around the corner from it. Imbued with a sense of its own importance, it thrust with prominent upon the public gaze, till in some of the narrower streets it obscured the light of the day and obstructed travel. "The first use of anything akin to of a later day was by the the Egyptians, from who we have many another good and useful things. Among the Western people this country takes the third rank they were extensively used by the the naval powers of the world. Romans, some of whose streets It is thought by some that the of the signs that long bear the names government ought to construe t warago made them conspicuous. ships, and in order to demonstrate ruins of Pompeii was "Among the whether the government can do this found a profusion of signs, seme be- work better and cheaper than private ing painted and others cut in stone or firms, two vessels are being built at terra cotta relieve and placed conspic- the Brooklyn Navy Yard. These uously in front of the shop walls. A vessels are not completed as yet. The mill driven by a mule was the pecu- Brooklyn yard Is the largest in the liar insignia of a baker; a goat was country, and in addition to building choice of a dairy maa, the appropriate these new vessels, a great deal of reand the not only invited spectacle of pair work is constantly going on. applying the Scrlptut The a schoolmaster s as they arrive from ral rod to the small boy, denoted a cruises are sent to the yard that Nowadays, the fractional school. is most convenient, or that is best part of any member of a football team adapted to the character of the repairs t. would prove a mere catching which are needed, any one who is Oftentimes the picture itfamiliar with the character of a modself was strangely at variance with em" need not be told the trade carried on beneath it. that repairs are frequently necessary. in 1710, wrote a "boot" that These great floating iron bodies are was the sign of a cook, and of shoeliterally filled with machinery, most maker who could be found at the of it of a delicate and complicated "Roasted Pig." Notwholly reverent character, and naturally the everythough possibly most significant, was day wear and tear of a vessle at sea the sign of a Frenchman at Charing deal damage, land-mark wnr-shisign-board y war-shipadver-tisemenman-of-wa- r, SrnciAL To The REruuttaiN. Navy Yards are generally assocla. ted in the minds of the public with ship building. It is supposed that these are" places where ships ore con structed and men of war are fitted out. That used to be the case, but it Is no longer. The Navy Yards in this city was changed into an ordancc yard some years ago. There are Navy Yards, so called, at teveral places throughout the country, but with possible one exception, the ships forming the new navy are not built at these places. All the vessels of the modern navy have beca built under contract at private yards. When the work of building modern was begun some ten years ago, it was found that government yards had not the necessary facilities for work of this class. In fact It was claimed by some, that there was not sufficient skill of knowledge in the conntry to contract a modern vessel ot warfare. This letter however, was soon proved to be a mistake, and the building of large nndern vessels his gone on with such rapidity that now vote has fallen off, or remained stationary, while their gains' have been made In localities where the negro vote is small. The class of voters, white or black, who only stick to a party In the hope of gettiug office, Is a source of weakness rather than of strength, and any party Is helped by being rid of them. The Intclll gent classes among the colored people have learned that their race can only advance by accumulating property and education, nnd by property and education affording their young people n chance for opening into the higher business pursuits, which train men for the more important duties of citizenship. The race has been secured in its legal and civil rights, and will not be further helped by the sort of recognition which among then demand for their owi We have never observed advantage. that any one ot them who wanted a place as a recognition of his race ever bothered himself much nbout his race alter he got the place. The Democrats are going to nominate various candidates to. be vatcd for at the 'November election. If they want to show their superior devotion to the Interest of the negro votes from the Republican ticket, let and Times dethe Courier-Journmand the nomination ot some negroes on their own ticket That will mean business. We expect to see the honestnnd gence negroes vote for the party which they believe professes policies for their Interest as that are-bcitizens, and we are very sure they will not vote for the party of free Louisville trade and bad money. Commercial. office-seekeest DANGEROUS BUSINESS. The ParMs Attendant Upon an Aorobat'n Onroer. An o rrornilonnl Itclatr "urn Tlirllllnit Tnlel of Turrlblo Inlti or VVAvWYVVAyv" UllJUIIX IIUIU In EPoor , lllnu.lf ntitl llrutliri-ll- .lililc In I)ojiv li tt.m. GL.JLmJLm iitluii In OlST lll Cross, whose beverages had a reputation. It represented to angels squeezA ing a lemon into a punch bowl. publisher named Day, during Elizabethan era, was psrkaps guilty of He hung still graver irreverence. out a picture of the Resurrection, beneath which was printed, "Arise, for Earlington Bee. it is day." - of pasteboard masculine faces about her room. There were several photograph racks crammed full at every angle; there were brackets and mantel shelf overflowing; there were pictures framed and pictured uniramed, pictures big and pictures little, pictures full length and pictures half length. It gave one a vague sense of the "willies" to be so unanimously stared at by and uncompromisingly cardboard eyes from every direction. Even the framing about her dressing case mirrow revealed an inner bordering of photographs. Bed time came and we withdrew to sanctum for a this picture-infestechat. As a prelim-inat- y little good-nigI began to take the pins from my hair with a view to its nocturnal d k "putting up." cried my hostess in con"Don't!" sternation; and then she got up swift-ly- , and with a rapidity and deftness that showed the practical hand she turned the face of every masculine photograph discreetly to the wall. "I never undress at night until I turn their eyes away," she exclaimed in agatation; have them gazing all the tiuiel" And she gave a little superstitious shiver. I stood rebuked, But I had a dream that night, a sort of nightmare, and I dreamed that every mother's son of those photograph gentleman "peeked." You see there is a good deal of human nature in man, even man in a photograph. if he is only a ii I Subscribe for Tub Republican and get the best county paper published in the State. Pay one year in ad vance and we will send you one year free either the New York Weekly Tribune or the Louisville Weekly Commercial. on AdwrllmliiKT, A good advertisement Is like a flow' er In which its composition constitutes the beauty, and the wording its fragrance; but a poor one is like a stone thrown by a woman it never lands in the place Intended for it, The sUc of an advertisement should never be limited by the size of the establishment. A small man who talks well and convincingly, often gets along In this world better than the big nuu who stands still aud expects people to admire him. because of his A Braillrjr. All opposition to Col. Bradley's leading the Republican forces to victory in this state next fall has appar ently died away. His nomination by his party for Govenor is a foregone conclusion. In Hon. Wm. O. Bradley is recognized by all Republicans, a strong candidate, a man the Demo crats most fear. They know his strength have known it since? '1887 and have reasons to believe that his popularity has increased it such proportion that election is almost sured. Not a few of the Democratic papers are already crying for "some one, in fact anyone, to beat Bill They know.too well, the Republicans are out after them, How well they k now, too, the statements made by Mr. Bradley during his race in 1887 for Govenor has come true every statement made. It is but natural a strong and bitter fight will be made by the opposing party the party in po wer. Owing to the crippled condition of our state's affairs, a change is the thing the most desired. The conditions demand it, State pride demands it, and it remains to be seen if the people of this great old commonwealth will not demand it at the Earlington ship building industry and in the polls next November, Bee. carrying trade. If this Is the result of the large expenditure by the State op Oiiio.Cityof Toledo, 1 ' in newships, and if no other County. ) Locus good purpose is accomplished, it will Frank I. Chkney makes oath that certainly be looked upon as a wise he is the senior partner of the firm of investment. F. I. Cheney & Co.. doinsr business m a. The Iloiirbou ami UieArKro, iu the City of Toledo, County and and The Louisville Cruder-JournState aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED the Louisville Times are entitled still DOLLARS for each and every case of to rank as Bonrbon papers ot the sort Catarrh that cannot be cured by the that learn nothing and forget nothing. Their Editors are liberal minded use of Hall's Catarrh Curb. lion. W. . of causes a good In order 'to meet the demand even for repair work, the yards have to be well equipped with men aud machinery. The cost of keeping up these places forms a considerable item in the yearly naval budget. They come under the head or necessary expenses and even if they were not absolutely necessary they give employment to so many men, and furnish such a large sum of money forlocal disburses ment, that any attempt to do away with them would arouse the liveliest kind of opposition lrom the people living in their immediate neighborhood. It is probably, however, that the near future will witness the expansion of these great navel centers, rather than a contraction. Now that Uncle Sam has catered the list as one of the great naval powers of the world It will be necessary lor him to main tain his position. More ships will be built, and niore ships will be required. If it is found that these vessels can be constructed by the government, as well as by private par ties, the navy yards will increase in importance. The building of these large vessels, it is thought, will haye a strong influence in the merchant marine. For the past quarter of a century not only has been practically a lost art in this country, but American ships had ceased to be seen on the ocean. "It is claimed that with American war vessels In all the prominent parts of world looking alter American interest that capital will be drawn more and more toward the g i:. 11, Hlintti. made by Prof. The announcement E. K. Shultz that he will open a graded nnd priraany schol on Feb- ruary 4th should be greeted by all lovers ol education with a warmth showing their full appreciation of his efforts. A school of this class Is something Central City has long needed, as is the case with any town of its size that does not possess such Prof. Shultz comes to advantages. us not wholly ns a stranger, for born and bred in an adjoining coumties, we can look upon him as almost a "home boy." He brings with him recommendations ol the highest order as both an educator and a gentleman of the first water. During his stay with us his every act has borne out the better while the able manner In which he has conducted the school over which he has presided speaVs itself for his ability as an educator a scholar possesed In a great degree of the faculty la impart. The parents ot the city should encourage his enterprise, by patronizing his school and reaping for their dependents iU harCentral City vest of advantages Sun. nt Frank J. Cheney. in my presence, Sworn to before me and subscribed this 6th day of De. cember, A. D. 1886.. w tlniilrr Notaty Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts direct on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. seal A. W. GLEASON r jaTSold by all Druggist, 7SC. J4-4- t sire; The following clipping from the National Advertiser, will show to our readers some of the methods restored to by the merchantmen and the business world In general, even dating back to the palmy days of the Egyptians, and is no cunningly devised scheme of modern Ingenuity, as some are pleased to term it: "In this age of enllghtenment.wltli all our .streets named and all our houses numbered, we arc capable of but a limited appreciation of the dlf. Acuities that beset our ancestors of generations ago In their endeavors to d The find a given locality. folks, who sniff at the loquacious vagueness of the countryman, scarce-J- y realize that there was time when city-bre- II. II, Slculitoiinry aiiirrlett. Last Saturday Prof. H. II Montgomery and XHss Ella Montgomery went to Jeflcrsonville, Indiana and were quietly married. There was no objection to their union but the young couple just preferred this way. The groom is a principal of East Lynn College, at Buffalo, LaRue county and Is one ol the finest young men in Hardin county and one of the best teachers. The. bride is the oldest daughter of Mr, Jaiuus Montgomery the well known attorney of this city. She is a lovely and attractive lady and by ker sunny disposition aud courteous manners is a most gener e al favorite. Immediately after the Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery returned to Buffalo and opened their F.liz- school there Monday morning I abethtown News. mar-rtng- Or, Price's Cream Baking Powder World's P--lr Highest Award. and intelllgentmen. Bat they have a large Bourbon constituency, and as a business teceslty they have to furnish pabulum suited to its mental digestive capacity. So they go on, year after year, trying to keep up race prejudice against the negroes, and to identify the Republican party as the"nlgger" party.aud at the same time trying to get ns many negro votes as they can by persuading the negroes that they are strength of the Republican patty, and ate not treated justly In the matter of distributing They don't give the neoffices. groes any offices themselves, because thoy think offices are too good for "nigger." and that they can buy them cheaper; and they pass railroad lawsauddlbfranclilse nogrocs without any scruple, and without af fecting the jail which enables them to talk about Republican injustice to the negro. Nobody knows better than they do that the Republican party has lost much more political power by reason ot what it has done for the negro, and has tried to do for the negro, than It has ever gained by reason of the negro vote. It is very easily demonstrable that there were never as many as 5.000 negro votes cast for the Republican In this district nor as many as 45.o cast for them In the State, and it Is equally as easy to show that in the counties aud precincts In which there was a heavy negro vote theRepubllcau jlm-cro- Til Union ac WrMiUlitr. The Union Pacific Railway Company in indebted to the Government to the amount of about $33,000,000, and this debt is soon to mature, with no money in the company's treasury to meet it. Thus an important question is presented for the consideration of Congress. The Government has a Hen upon the property subject to certain prior obligations of the same amount. This lien can be foreclosed and the Government thereby placed in possession of that part of the road covered by the claim; but such a proceeding would Involve the payment and thus ol the prior obligations, practically double the Investment of the Government in order to secure It may well be the original debt. doubted if the property is worth or if the Government can d to take it at any price and as- sume the risk and responsibility of operating it. Such a policy would certainly be contrary to fundamental am.1 trt rtrt . nrta ,..- ui. wv..-w.--.Jilim-llcedents and practices, anu me expen ence of foreign nation In the matter not been such as to justify the 1 a new departure of that kind would be advantageous to the interest of the people and the general ....if .ni.-nnr- v..uuuii ivriiiiii: ui S.UV. There is another way out of the dl lemma, and that is to arrange for the extension ot the debt on as favorable terms as possible aadlet the company operate the road with a view of paying what Is due to the Government A proposiout of future earnings. tion has been made for an eztention of fifty years at a reduced rate of interest, upon the condition that prior claims be extinguished by an assessment upon the st ock. This may not be the best available method of adjusting the difficulty, but It ja businesslike, at least, and tends In 'he right direction. That Is to say, it contemplates the avoidance of the necessity of foreclosing the lien, doubling the Investment, and operating the road The Popu as a Federal enterprise. list insist that the Government should, take possession of the property and go Into the transportation business, justastheylnsistthat.lt should resume many other palernan and socialistic functions; but intelligent and prudent citizens will hardly take that view of the question, except as a last Congress has full authority resort. to make any arrangement that may seeth to be most expedient; and it should deal with the case in a practical way, with due regard for all the facts, and to the end that a bad matter shall not be made worse for any Globe.Democrt. political purpose. o, .J.i1.a a William Hantou, of tho firm of Han-Io- n llro, produeora rif 8tn'o apeetacles and pnntomlmcs, hashad a rcmarkabla career. Tho llanlons did not corao to America until tho year 1881, but before that tlmo thoy traveled contlnanlly In all sections of tho earth Wllllnm Han-Iotho only remaining member of an d acrobatic family, has given up feats for (rood nnd Is now his cntlro tlmo to tho production of his pantomlno, "Superbit." "It is n question, nnd a great question, whether tho success that might bo gained by a professional acrobat Is worth tho years of eonntnut training, the hardblilpi and terrible dangers of follo lug such a vocation," paid this famous gymnast to n representative of tho Chicago Inter Ocean recently. "I would not advise a young man to to becomo a professional acro bat for thOAo reasons. I remember got my first fall at Malta through the careless of a Mr. Lees, to whom I had been apprenticed. Tho drop was only about twenty feet, bat I lost my sense tt tho moment I began to fall. In falls I was conscious nntll tho thud' enmo, and In my first great fall, strange, as It may scorn, I had time durfeet to think ing tho drop of thirty-fiv- e of all tho terrible accident I had over seen In my life and of many otlur things bs well. This last hnrtpeoed In Manchester, England, and tho remit badly broken arm, whloh tho English doctors fnlltd to properly mend. I was laid up for a rear, during which tlmo wo crossed the Atlantic, and Dr. James K. Wood, a then famous New York surgeon, fixed ma up In good shape, a Job whloh caused a great deal of talk nt the time among the medical profession throughout tills and tho old country. "I hod another terrlblo fall In Ho- vano, Cuba. In Wo de Janeiro, Ilrazll, I got "another bad tumble; In foot allot ml fcrnthrra- n. w-- as mrsolf had at J least twenty bad falls during our acro batic career, but tho worst nappenea to poor Thomas. 1 1 was at riko'a opera house, Cincinnati In all our career we had never used nets, as they do nowadays, and you can cosily lmoglno what a tumble to a hard stave floor meant to any of us. In making the flying leap from one trapara to another Xhomivs lost his hold and fell into tho footlights, bounding from there into tho orchestra, and smashing the bass violin. His head struck two gas lets, breaking thorn off, and It was a long tlmo before he seemed on tho rood to recovery. "Strango enough, Just one year from that tlmo wo were again ploying In Cincinnati and one night Thomas mls&Ing. Ho was found a few days otter wandoring In a demented condition In Harrlsburg, Pa., and died thcro. It was afterwards found that n fragment of tho skull, whloh was fraotured by tho fall, had penetrated tho brain. "Still, there are bright sides to tho ltfo of tho professional acrobat. If he Is superior In his line his triumphs nro absolute and pleasing. Ho Is received well whcroTcr ho goes, and ho I given opportunities to ree things that many wealthy people oro CTen unaolo to as was tho case with us. We saw and mot many members of royalty, Including Cugenlo, empress oUhc French; duchess of Theba of Spain, duke and duchess of Elba,jind tho queen of Spain, but of nil tho royal people we met tho rajah of Iturdnan was the most magnificent. Ills throne, which I was allowed toseo also, was the costliest on earth. It was wide enough for two vory large men to sit on and built of Bolldgold. Tho scat was uphoistorca In tho finest down and satin, ami tne arms terminated In two knobs, eaoh half the size of a roan's head, thickly lncrnstod with rubles as largo as a pigeon's egg and other rare Jewels. A silken canopy was surmounted by a dorc, which was OVlaic with flrst-wadiamonds of great size. This throna was worth a king's ransom, but everything in tho rajah's court was on n Tho similar scalo of magnificence. Ilrahmln priests had a remarkable Influence over the prlnco, nnd were constantly concocting plans 10 rob him and enrich themselves. One was to Induce htm to build a golden cow, life size, hollowed so that ho could get Inside, and onco or twico a year fast for twenty-fou- r At tho prince's hours. death tho golden cow was to becomo tho property of tho priests. Tho prlucs died. All ucli sights ond experiences go to make up tho enviable side of o acrobat's life, but tho other sldo leaves mo tho only survivor of a onco largo and happy family. 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Well, I guess that the conflagration wo had In the littlo village of Chicago mado your To which great fire look Lord Coleridge blandly responded: "Sir, I have evary reason to bellovo that the great fire of London was quite as great aa tho people of that time desired." y-jvery-small.- " ,, Kot M,own)t Aboot ,t 10 28 am 5 45pm p in 10 37 a tn s 10 41 a m S 57 pm 6 06 p m 10 49 a m 10 57 a 111 6 14 p tu Irvington . . . 1 1 05 a in fl 22 p m Guston . . . . 11 14 a 111 640 p m . . 11 22 a 111 6 48 put Ilkroit . . Brandenburg . 11 31 a nt s 58 p m Long Branch . 1 1 39 a m 7 07 p m 11 47 am 7 14 pm Rock Haven Willowdale . . 11 S3 a m 7 21 pm . 12 ot p tu 7 30 p m . Howard West Point . . 12 05 p pi 7 35 p m 12 45pm 8 15 pm . Ky Street 1 00 11 tu 8 30 p m Ar. U. Louisville H. C. Mor.DUK, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky- - Stephensport . , Sample . . . . Pierce . . . . Hodiburg , . . Wcfcster . . . j2 aUAKERCmr BAKING iy AlUtro. . .mx . v , I POWDER j , (mi.iI (.. tu... u n u. .WmKBKl. 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