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Carson & Son, A N It Careful Estimates made on Ml Carpentering and Building Terms reasonable Hnrtlord, Ky WLALMKLrt COPYRIGHTS. itfnt ti o. muuniArr3 For CAN I onTAIN A I'ATKNTt prompt answer and an honest opinion, writ o to MUNN oVC Ot.wboliavihaa nearly Ally jears1 business Onmrhuntr tiprirtcolattia In tloni strictly confident tal A llniulboouof uu- lormaiiuu ooncwruina I'liirina iiiu uyw w talin tueu sent rre aiso a catalogue or uocnau jal nil aniAtillAA tiAnka aunt (r(Mt ratnts taken tbrousb Munn A Ca recoJra special notirattitba leiitllio Amrrlrnu and Ibus ar broutiht widely tjeforoibe public with splendid pa pei oat owl hi iu inranior, siufd weekly elnrantly illustrated basbyfi larseit ctrcuiatioq of any artenttao work Itrth kZf a ti mctra aenl trea. 8.1 nii'ie idinslCdltlon. taonthly, fJiaarear Hlnali Kipiei i. 'J.I c nta, Kvery number contains beaullful plates, lu colore, and photngrapfca of new houiea with plana, enabling builders to show tbt Aiuirvii latest deshrp aun ccurw iuuun ii MUNN CO tit Y011K, jut IlUOADWAT. 1i "Ull v BUCKEYEI11IU! IICWIVV OINTMENT (CURES A SURE NOTHING BUT PILES. and CERTAIN CURB 10 yonrs its tho iDEST rtEMEDY for PILES. or.i) v all MHVuar.T. t.mnj trSlSHiEtSOS Wit CO.jJI. L03I3 known for 11 ile rod incnlculAble aid to those whose ralltyofmore than 15,000 overall PROFESSIONAL CARD. Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report cause he advocated. He has always other candidates combined, ami will been it llbtr.il contributor to hli parbe iuaugralcil on December 15FI89J. Col. Win. O Bradloy ty, nnd in this wty. , Erward L. CtKDN. He made his first race far office In Lawyor, Orator and Tim Nulinon's JllBl Jnmp. OWENSBORO, KV. 1870, defeating W. D. Hopper, a man StatBonmu. A few years ago I had occasion to Will praclico his profession in Davien of fine legal attainment and great and adjoining counties, Special atsay so methlngnboutlhe leaping powpersonal popularity, for county Attention given to collections. Office, salmon, nnd what As much lias been said and written torney ol Garrard County, bj a small ers of the Atlantic Bank of Commerce Building. I said was criticised by a wellnown connection about Col. llradley in majority. Judge .George Denny ran authority. I mentioned angling with the Republican Gubernational Jns.N.OIrnit, on the same ticket for county Judge J.N. It. Vt'sildlug, I '" in -- J a brief personal history and it is still conceded to have been that It was reported that salmon nomination, GLENN & WEDDING. bonds, payable, principal and interA simple provision for curtent neces- - ' Norwegian rivers had jumped up and ol him will be interesting to many the hottest, political fight over an obstructron sixteen feet high. est, in gold, bearing interest at not sitles until the Congress just elected ' readers throughout the State. ever had in that county. My friend and critic contended that more than 3 per cent., in denomina- can have time to act would have been O'Connel llradley was HARTFORD, KY. William In 1872 lie was was chosen Elector But nobody can say how salmon could not jump to exceed six tion of $20 and $50 and multiplies of timely. (Office, err r Andenon's Iliusr.) born March 18, 1847, near Lancaster, for the Eighth Congressional District, said sums, with full discretion to the violent a contraction of the note cir-Will practice their profession in alt feet. Ky., and shortly thereafter his par- but later on was nominate 1 for ConI then brought forward evidence Secretary as to the mode of selling culatlon might immediately follow the courts of Ohio and adjoining counents removed to Somerset, where he gress and ran against Hon. Milton But for these bonds gold is to the offer ol interest-bearin- g In- - them. Special gold ties, and court of Appeals. spent his boyhood days and to which J. Durham, who was then in his prime from n number of anglers fishlntf except that the Secretary bonds in place of $500,000,000 of notes attention given collections. Alio sp ectors, fith commissioners, etc, in place he is warmly attached. Notary Public for Ohio county. very popular and a forcible debater. this country and in Europ e to phow at his discretion may receive in pay- to be cancelled and not reissued. This lather, Hon. Robert M. Brad-leHis r He was defeated by some 600 votes, that salmon had made leaps ranging ment and cancel or Treas- one element of grave uncertainty, Kas a most distinguished lawyer greatly reducing the lormer Demo- from These bonds, and any if there were not others, makes the stllUmagriHc ury notes. id to i6icet.Md and was acltnowttdged to hare been cratic molarity.' In 1874 he was date of othefsexcept a per cents., may"serve President's proposal dangerous in a the ablest land lawyer that ever lived again tendered the nomination, but was not convinced. Under practical 6ense, and will deprive It of October 23, 1894, Prof. A. Landmark, as security for National bank circulain the State. His mother was Miss declined. In 1876 he was again nom-- I But It Is the favor of multitudes who will Fishers for tion to their par value. of a stur- inatcd and again made the race Inspector of Ellen Totten, the daughter provided that the proceeds shall be warmly commend his courage in urgHARTFORD, KT. dy, Intelligent fanner of Garrard against Durham, being defeated by Norway, writes me from Christiana used to maintain a gold reserve, and ing an issue of bonds. Will practice hia profession in Ohio nb.ut his experiments In .making County. an increased majority.which, howevto redeem and retire legal tender and His difficulty is that he has.lost touch and adjoining counties, and court of About the breaking out of the Civil er, was due to the large foreign vote salmon and seatrout for the purpose Treasury notes, and that notes so rewith the people, and instead of pro- Appeals. Special attention given to ol observing their migrations, and War the elder Dradley became on the line of the Cincinnati Southcollections. Office cast sido of publio he has this to say abo ut the leap of deemed shall be cancelled and not re- posing what they want and what suits involved financially and the ern Railway, then being constructed issued. Further, It is proposed that their practical necessities, has offered square. son's education was necessarily cut through four counties of the district. the salmon: "Concerning the height that sal banknotes of less than $10 each shall his latest idea of atheoratlcal remedy. M. L. shoit at this period, be being unable His party in that year gave him the Shelby Taylor. Heavrin. not hereafter be issued, but silver cer- Tfv ii.s. lis Mwuibiiuiiv ouijitigiii if Ttla . tttll ayw flnr)1wttnf ctrrtelt-icirit um to attend school after having reached complim entoty nomination for Uni- nion can jump under favorable tificates of small denominations in plan No. 3 meets with much favor on HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, the age oi foujtecn. Twice he ran ted States Senator, although he was cumstances there is In one place in their stead, and that gold only shall either side of the House or the Senate. Norway undeniable evidence that away and joined the Federal Army ineligible for nonage. N. Y. Tribune. salmon sometimes have made a per be received for customs after July 1. but his father on both occasions seIn 1879 he was chosen Temporary fectly clear jump of 16 feet perpenThe strikingly illustrations the isHARTFORD, KY. cured his release and turned, him Chairman of the State Conventional 3f.wls (he Time, Will practice thier profession in all dicular height. No doubt a jump of olated position into which the PresiThe necessities of a spring medihome. He was a page In the KenLouisville and accepted in a ringing dent's arbitrary foreign and domestic the Courts ol Ohio tucky House Session 1861-2- , and a speech that captured the entire as- the said height Is quite unusual; but cine is universally admitted. This counties, andin the and adjoining Court ol Ap(Union) sembly. So great was the enthusls having myself examined the spot policy has forced him, that in grave is member of the Refugee the best time of the year in which peals. Special attention given to where the occurrence had taken place emergency he proposes a measure where the LegGuards in Louisville, collections. asm that he was unainmously nomiOffice, next door, to and heard the evidence of persons which does not seem likely to be ac- to purify the blood, to restore the lost Bank oi Hartford. islature tvas removed la the latter nated for Attorney-Generaalthough ceptable to any party. is not at appetite, and to build up the entire It who have themselves witnessed it, I year. he stated that he could not and would Forest and all probable that his own partisans system, as the body is now peculiarly At an early age he manifested a not accept the nomination on account can not doubt thefact." Perry Westerfield, assent, under any circumstances, to Stream. Strong disposition to become a laws of He aiterwards posian issue ot gold bonds and the silver susceptible to benefit from medicine. yer, and that he read law with no tively refusing to accept, Hon. A. D. l!ewireoMlnlm-ti- t lor I'alarrli Thai patty will certainly fight it. Neither The great popularity attained by Contnlns Hrrctirj-- . listless mind or idle fancy is evidenc- Clarke was nominated in his stead. Hood's Sarsaparilla, owiag to its real BeavkrDam, Ky. AsAs mercury will surely destroy the will his part or the silver party ased by the fact that the General In 18S0 he led tb'e Grant forces in the and complete derange sent to payment of duties in gold merit and its remarkable success, has sembly of 1865 passed a special act State Convention, and was selected seuse of smell J and that step may be fairly established it as the very best medi- K.D.GUKFT. B.D.RINQO authorizing any two Circuit Judges of a delegate-a- t large to the Chicago the whole system when entering It alne, Such criticised as casting graved doubt up cine to mucous surfaces. the Statute at that time forbore any National Convention, seconding the through the take in the'spiing. It cures to be licen-e- J nomination of General Grant in one articles should never be used except on noteissues of the Government, person under twenty-on- e which it is the immediate object of scofula, salt rheum, and all humors, He was critically of the most 'forcible and eloquent on prescriptions from reputable phyto prhtice law ir.rtfoid, Keafiaclcjr. On the biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, kid, . ,. . , sicians, as the damage they will do is the proposed bill to protect. Will practice iu all courts of Ohio examined by Judge W. C, Goodloe Conven ney and liver complaints, catarrh, and adjoining counties, Superior fold to the good you can possible the other hand, the Republicans are nnd I'on. T. Eox, who found him tjon Thefe he WM chosen by the ten and affections caused or promoted by Court and Court of Appeals. ColHall's Catarrh not at all likely to assent to a retireIitliy cmaiinea ana wno reauny gran- - Kentuckv delation a member of derive from them. ment of all the greenbacks and the low state of the system or impure lections and all legal business attend-e- d ted him license though he was ut the National Republican Committee. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney to. Office 320 E. Market St. blood. Most of the PresiDon't put it off, but take Co., Toledo, 0 , contains no mer- Treasury notes. seventeen years of age, and was, perIn i8Sz he was once more nomina- & ,., Hood's Sarsaparilla now. It will do lawyerever admit- ted for Congress, but declined to make cury, and is taken internally and Is dent's own party will gravely doubt haps the youngest R. R. WEDDING whether the National bank circulation you good. Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Che-nKenmade In ted to the bar in the State of the race, and in 1884 was again sewill expand fast enough to fill so & Co. Testimonials free. tucky. to the Nalected delegate-at-largby druggist, price 75c. per large a gap, and will angrily protest BaTSold A QUEEN'S PERQUISITES. Since that time he has been active- tional Republican Convention at against opening that wide field for HARTroRD, Ky. 28 1 mo. ly engaged in the practice, has built Chciago, where he won imperishable bottle. TThalef Captured on the llrltUh Csstt circulation to National banks only. Will practice his profession in all accuto Victoria. up a large legal business and renown by delivering a speech defeat- Ilending Circle r.xnmlnatlons -- Dlrec- But Republicans will undoubtedly obAmong the most curious of Queen tho courts of Ohio and adjoining He stands ing poposed rule from Indiana and mulated an independence. tlons. ject to the substitution of small silver Victoria's perquisites Is her right to counties. Also Notary Public. in the front rank of the profession, Massachusetts to curtail Southern i. County Superintendents' will Offico, room 20, Hartford House. certificates for small bank notes and every whale or sturgeon captured on the coast of tho United Kingdom end being recognized both at home nnd representation, at the close of which please to provide each member of the legal tenders, on the ground that the brought to land. Both of these perabroad as one of the nblest nnd most the immense audience arose and res Reading Circle in his County with a money of the working people, the quisites dato back to tho days of the eloquent lawyers in the country. He peatedly cheered him. In 1887 ke set of these questions, as soon as can money of wagesand retail trade,ought Norman kings, and It appears that La was elected by President Arthur was unanimously nominated for Gov- conveniently be done. the case of the e to keep to be the best kind of money in use, wcro dW,ded between tho aontlSpx I8S4, to prosecute the 2. Members will benllo'ved ernor, and made the best race ever v. rM hU rn,ir Vf lha I and not the most distrusted and the UW WW !UBe. UA tnVlntr 4W thieves, but the Attorney-Genermade by a Republican in Kentucky, the questions until they finish the head In order that her wardrobes Hartford, Ky. and impartial His party again gave him the nomi- examinations, and may refer to their most likely to depreciate. refusing to allow a lull might be replenished with the whale A patriotic compromise is some- - bone needed for the stiffening ot her practice prosecution, he retired from the case. nation for United States Scnafor, but books and review as much as they WILL courts of his profeeeion in U Ohio and adjoining Bradley is as clever and affa- defeated by James B. Beck, Legislawhile writing the examina- times the height of wisdom, though it royal garments. Col. please Another of the queen's perquisites, counties and Court ot Appeals. Specsuits co party. But that cannct be eays the Chicago Times, is a certain ial attention given to ble a man as one can find in the jour- ture being almost wholly Democrations. collections. ney of a day, though plain and un- tic Office over Carson & Co. cashmere 3. Use legal cap paper on which to when each and every feature of it is tvumbor of magnificent to her He is an indefatigable assuming. In 18SS he was unanimously chos- write your examinations. Leave the intensively ohjectable to a great body shawls, which aro dispatched of Cashevery year from the kingdom methodical worker and spares no en d$legate-at-largto the National margin at the leit, and number the of voters. Closely examined, this mere. They vary In value, as a rule, latest plan of the Administration from sixty to two hundred and fifty pains in the proper and complete Republican Convention, and was answer tocorrespond to the questions. performance ol his duties. He is unanimously instructed for the It contains pounds sterling apiece, and the queen Is 4. The examinations must be com- .seems to be its weakest. pleted and the papers sent to the nothing that Is urgently desired by accustomed to present one ot them as a kind hearted, sympathetic and very receiving in the ConvenHARTFORD, KY. wedding present to every young girl of liberal. To use the woildofone of tion the largest vote ever given to a County Superintendent on or before either of the large elements in public the artstocraoy in whose future sho Is Will practice his profcfsion in the opinion. There are Indeed multitudes In any way Interested. Every tailor courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. whom I talked Southern Republican since the war. April 1, 1895. his who wish gold bonds issued, and see holding a patent of "purveyor to her Careful attention giveu to all business to a few days since: "No man in In 1889 he was tendered by President 5. The County Examiners will exmajesty," If he conforms to ancient entrusted to him. Office in Repub Kentucky has been kinder to the Harrison the Corean Mission, which amine the papers during the month that money cannot now be economictradition and usapre, should present her lican Building. poor or more willing to help those he declined. After the unfortunate of April, and on the first of May will ally raised in any other way; but, a with a silver needle each year. Circle Certificates to large share of these emphatically opwho have to labor hard lor what they death ol Col. Another class of royal purveyors is V. C. Goodloe he was issue Reading er called upon to present to her annually receive than.he has, in proportion to elected member of the National Re- those whose papers show reasonable pose the retirement of a tablecloth, while from other sources his means, and no deserving person publican Committee. Iu 1892 he was thoroughness In the course read. and Treasury notes, redeemable in again she Is entitled to an annual conwho corapletethe gold, and the substitution in bill Bradley's hon- again selected delegate-at-larg- e ever appealed to tribution of currycombs, tiro tongs, to the The names of those and retail trade of small scarlet holstry, nightcaps, knives, est heart in vain. He has come up National Convention, and again made work and receive cettificates will be through poverty himsell and knows a member of the National Committee recorded In the "Reading Circle Rec- certificates redeemable in silver only. lances, and crossbows. Moreover, at the coronation the lord of manor ot the wants and suffering of the poor. and afterwards made a member ot the ord Book" of the County, with date The enlargement of the opportunities Addlngton must prosed to the soverfor National bank circulation will eign a "dish of pottage" composed of No man was ever more, devoted to National Executive Committee, oi on which the certificate was Issued. 6. Certificate op SrsciAi, Merit 'please a powerful class of citizens, but "milk of almond, brawn of capons, his friends. He has taken especial which he is now a member, , spices chickens parboiled and Interest In the welfate and good citiIn addition to the regular Reading it will kindle the utmost hostility in IKS 1UCB FOR GOVERNOR IN 1887 Spe-ciand apparently much larger lord of the manor of Iloydon Is obrace and has another zenship of the colored Best shows the political strength and Circle Certificate, a Certificate of liged, by virtue of bis tenure from tho done everything possible for him to great popularity of Col. Bradley. Merit will be given to those who class. Further, the Piesident's decdo to aid them in their betternent." Notwithstanding the party was pass the Examination, 01 are recom- laration that "apprehension as to our crown, to present tho monarch with a but towel, the lord ot the manor of HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. as financial ability does not rest upon a workshop giving tho soverelgp the Kentucky lias produced lew crators poorly organized a and confronted with mended by the County Examiners superior in brilliancy and at- a united Democracy, with its idol as having done very meritorious work; calculation of our revenue" invites "right-hande-d it any glovo." These ore only Is prepared to do any and all kinds tractiveness to Col. Bradley. He is a its leader; and notwithstanding the provided such persons submit an attention to the radical weakness of a few of tho various requisites to which of Dental Operations. Prices most Queen Victoria is entitled by tradition close, logical and powerful speaker, State was flooded outline oi each book, not his whole plan, which is, in effect, to and usago. reasonable. Office over Williams ec with Democratic elaborate and the smoothness and beauty if his speakers, and he had but little help, less than six pages of legal cap, and borrow money for an Indefinite time I Bell's Drug Store. A Cockatoo's Tscullar Whim. each to come, while the Government refuseloquence has gained lor him the ap- he reduced the Democratic plurality give ten choice selections from In the exhibit ot Mile, Marlsku ol "the Bluegrass Silver of pellate the preceding Gubernatorial race book, not more than tw of which es to raise by taxation money enough attached to Uogenbcck's trained I Tongue" throughout the United from are from the same chapter. to meet its obligations already out- animal show, there Is a cockatoo that The 43,917 to 17,01526,902. appears to havo an aversion to Old Eng- -' States. 7. As stated In our circular of June standing. official figures also show that he reland. One of the features which help HIS VOUTICAJ, CARUER. ceived 11,517 mote votes than Woods it, 1894, AFilty Dollar Teachers' Mjich that the President says in to make Mile. Mlklosy's trained cockCol. Bradley first entered politics to the coundid as against John Young Brown iu Library will be presented hlsMessage will meet with general atoos a welcome Item on tho profirst week In in 1869, and has taken an active consists of the hoisting 1891. It was during this memorable ty whose records, the approval. Parts arebllndly partisan, gramme of national flags. Tho of a number third in every canvass since that race that he tuade the terrible attack May, show that the per cent of notwithstanding his desire that othflag to bo hoisted Is that of Great Brittime, except the year 1891, when he on teachers who have completed the Democratic misgovernment, ain. Until recently the patrlaroh ot ers should rid themselves front partiSiSrS'yfi was confined In a Louisville hospital charging corruption at Frnukfort. Reading Circle Course Is greater than san prejudice, but in the main spirits MUo. Mlklosy'a flock, ono "Grlngolre," spell of illness, and He was denounced in by a dangerous did tho hoisting. Recently, however, that of any other county. the bitterest and its reasonlng.can be commended. another cockatoo, named "Vert-Vert,- " has delivered speeches in the States terms by the Democratic press and 8. Teachers who have not yet beIs possible that if just such a meshas been doing the work instead. Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, West Vir- State tjmcials, but public opinion gun to read, and those who have read It of docs his work splendidly, Is prepared to do all kindr sage had been sent to Congress early "Vert-Vert- " Minnesota nnd growing out ot ginia, Tennessee, the canvass impelled but little, can, by close application, In December, iastead of the State oxcept In one Instance. At every per- Dental work at reasonable prioss.- formance he positively refuses to hoist Kentucky, where he has bsen receivGovernor Buckner to call for an exhi complete the vork by April I, and we bank scheme, it might have received the English "Union Jack." Neither Oflice over J. W. Ford & Co'. ed witli great attention, and has ren- - bition ot the books with the Resp'y, result trust they will do so. more favor. But the President must threats nor bribes can Induce him to Feed Store. IIo runs Ed Porter Tiiomfson, ol the whole State awakening one have a truly miraculous faculty oi re- elevate John Ball's banner. white and blue and the rod, jAMns II. Fuq.ua, THE WA Y THEME PUT UP, morning to find its Treasury looted creating Democratic opinions and the red, wl)lto and black aloft with neatness In waled rIom vials, is enougtuln C. A Leonard. ILumoim, Kentuokv, purposes it he can get even a large and dispatch. He sends the stars and ltelr to recommend Dr. Tierce's lor tome $3511,000,00 and the State Frankfort, January 2, 1895. rieasant 1'elleU. It keeps them alrrePirer ('HonestDiok" Tate) in minority of his party to support such stripes upward In gallant shape, but ways fresh and reliable. You can't Applicants can secure a list of ques- a measure as he now proposes. tie sura of the big. old-- f othloned pills foreign lands, thus proving Bradley's Builder At when ho gets to tho flag of England he In wooden or pmteooord boxes. charges in the most substantial way. tions by sending to or calling at my the same time he has put into its pro- strikes work. Bui these little 1'vlleU ore Utter st every point. By their tonlo or The Larcttt Window, The good people throughout the office. We want the premium, Can't visions which Republicans are by no Will draw drafts from a nite, artt strenEtliealiiff sffect on the lining Z. II. Siiumtz, The largest opalescent glass window roomCranos of the. intestines, they means likely to oxy cottage up to a fine tno stoor entile State havp the greatest confi- we get it? In tho world is In the new St. Paul's Increase the natural action of the County Superintendent. which involve a complete and radical church at Milwaukee. It Is what Is houie. Will draw plans ire bowels, and jxrtnanentlt; curs Jaua-dlo- dence in Col. Bradley and are open Biliousness, Dizziness, Sour iu their declarations reconstruction ol the monetary sys- known as a nave window, tho lower charge. Will make careful et tin it A that they will I'resldriit Cleveland's Message, Btomach, Indention, and consen all kinds oi buildings, and rsaaofs quent stupor or drowsiness. The President's Uessage on the ne tem under a defeated Administration half bolng composed ot threo Immense support blm If he is a candidate for toil Motto of a splendid al old bouess. There's no disturbance, no reacpanels and the upper For this reason cessities of the Treasury wa sent to and as if for the express purpose oi rose and tracery In half In 1895. tion afterward, and IA(r htlp lattt. Governor of a grnnulo Is a rentls laxaby brilliancy. This monster window In letlifi." Ono tiny the Democratic press has endeavored Congress yesterday, and with it, Mr, depriving a Congress just chosen tive thrco are cathartfo. people of powei to carry out their its extreme measurement is thirty They're the smallest In situ, the to create opposition to him in the Springer preiented In the House ELECTRIC TELEPHONE easiest to take, and the easiest In Republican ranks, but without sucBill No. 3, which has will. Worst of all, the revolution In feet and ono inch in width and exactly Bold twit right, m rwt. no rorlt. . JLda44 They're the way they act the twenty-fou- r feet In holght. It Is beauduanttl. too. for they're ouoran- - cess. Col Bradley will receive the two negative but unquestionable, vir- tho monetary system is proposed at a tifully executed, the subject beiag the hotna, hop, Mora wd odo. grMOatQ(jQJsV wa ad bHt MlUr ou sMtth. tted to give satisfaction, or your 3 lu B30 nomination by acclamation In the tues. r dajt It entirely omits the State time when the business and the in- cructllxlou In fact it Is nu exact copy tseufin wittta monav u reiurneu. a rwJdfpe um.& a m! 14 all tM Qua Leaving aubbon. rlnsi laatniniaaU, DO torn, wu rdSler.lai;aIrrh.T. State Convention una will be elected bank scleme, and it does not inter- dustries of the country are not at all of Dora's masterpiece, "Christ over two ftainlusraiaBjdUUnsHi Cbtuplat raaaf fc aro tho lnutorlum." There bat ud tr But it pro- prepared to bear such a strain. Ulnjs to urge upon you which sru chief Magistrate of Kentucky on the fere at all with colnace. e figures represented arr t?q at onUf 4 rapalrUtf, li hundred v. titva. TYtnaM4H a nunf mtM r.iEuitV ueiwr mr mout w wi, mw poses an Indefinite issue of fifty-ye5U1 day of November next by a plu The President proposes too much. on this wonderful Window. w r- turmoil a to t;m iu. I TOU to tiui. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH , RoVal Powder 23&3 ABSOLUTELY Baking PURE LAWYER, 1 .rf L st LAWYERS, y, legal-teude- I fish-wat- pIlEY T iff gold-bearin- lv f- -l KllorneysaiLaw 4 1 1 "1 t l, Attorney at Law. "I 1 fgfttorneys ggt aw, , SA' 'i stiSW-- e Attorney at Law, Bo-lo- W. H. BAKIUTES I Star-Rout- in jmHEHT LiWf 4 : e Jo. B. ROGERS, Kttorney at Law, fellow-townsme- n legal-tend- J. R. PiRTLE wage-payme- nts r- - ' al DENTIST si- Vi. Mlk-los- y, I ft Will 3 I I DENTIST. w Costolor nl "4 ' ii favor-provisl- "Iif. seml-clrcl- o 1 life-sit- -- ; W j -- f imujLinuii Hartford Republican rUBUBIITJ) AM EVEnY FRIDAY MOHNINO JO. 11. A. ANnF.IlflOK HOIir.tl Proprietor. Editor. 1895. Friday, 1'bdroary 8, . Subsoribors Tako Notice If Do you owo us any subscription? so, please send or bring it to us. Wo havo to pay cash We need it. lor everything. In fact, it takes lots We of money to run a newspaper. are now, and havo been, sending some statements to our subscribers. wait to receive a Btatemcnt.but examine the label on your paper and see what you owo and send the Peramount to us without delay. haps your account is small, but wo have so many of these small accounts Don't TnK warcloud whicli has gathering nl longth. But tho above will bosuf- over Mexico and Q tint omnia so rap flcicnt to point tho thoughtful citizen idly a few days ago is about dispelled. to tho many usclul and profitable problems to whose solution and adopThe latest advices nro that tbo tion our peoplo could well afford to proposition to voto on tbo saloon give their time nud energy. Instead, question in Heaves' Dam will bo with- howover, of being engaged in an undrawn, dertaking that would build up tho Many families around Emporia, town along commercial, industrial, Nebraska, nro at tho point of starva- educational or moral lines, wo aro Outsido aid is being solicited wrangling over tho question whether tion, or not wo shall have open saloons. the euflercrs. lor What a spectacle! The continuod cold weather has C'lrTflfliHl'n CliniiKO ol Front, driven tho wild beasts in Arkansas to The most interesting and signifidestroy much stock, attack persons cant things about Cleveland's special r and iu ono instauce to carry off a message is the tact that it represents old child. a manifest change of front on part. four-yea- tbat they soon mako big ones. to il that you do not get n dun. Remember, you when you He pay up for co Tuz Republican and one year in will receive tho New York Weekly Tribune or the Louisville Weekly . Commercial ono year Free. By all means, if you on subscription, pay up. m owe us - Good Reading Free. Besides giving our patrons one of the best papers In the State, wc have made arrangements by which we will tend either one of the following papers together with Tub Republican for the price named. Remember when you pay up for Tun Republican and one year In advance you are entitled tootie of these papers at the price named: Hew York Weekly Tribune . . $1.35 Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 1. as Home and Farm Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 1.50 Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 Commercial Appeal i.jo Address all orders to .... Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) 1& The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Mn. C. P. EAKNES,the great Louisville jeweler, died of pneumonia Monday night. It ished. is now believed that the Lil is to be dark-skinne- d ban- O, Qrover, how can yeu per- mit itf Couldn't you send another Willis to interfere? Contest Board, which is of the County Judge and tho two nearest Magistrates, meets on tho first Monday in March to hear the case on the saloon contest. com-poied The The proverbial oldest inhabitant has been appealed to in rain to tell ol a winter with more cold weather to the square inch than tbo one that coalhouses and is now emtpying bringing ditmay to the man whoso wife persistently refuses to light the fire. Ciiauncey M. Dei-egets 8100,-00- 0 a year for managing tho great This is the Yanderbilt fortune. largest salary paid in the United States and twice the amount of the salary ot the President. He earns $30 an hour during working hours or 50 cents a minute. Is to say, it differs in nn imporThe Popo writes that ho does not That tant way from that part of his annual lavor bicyclo riding by Catholic message relating to the same Bubject. Wonder what ho thinks of priests. It will be remembered that he then girls of his faith mounting a "flyer" recommended a plan of currency reand taking a "spin," etc. form which was calculated to extinguish the national banks and to inRichard Perry, on Tuesday mur- troduce a system of State banks and dered his cousin and schoolmate, of issue. The Carlisle 1111 embodied William Perry, on tho school play this plan aud he gave that measure grounds atLatonia, Ky., with a base his unqualified indorsement, Now Tho boys w ero seventeen he proposes to perpetuate the nationball bat. and an old feud between the fathers, al banks by providing them with an who aro brothers, was the cause. additional basis of circulation in the form of an unlimited quantity of fifty Prof. Z. 0. Kino, of La Grange, year bonds, and the idea ol State is mentioned as a candidate for the banks is entirely discarded. There Republican nomination for Superin- is not a single feature ol this new tendent of Public Instruction. Prof. plan that is In harmony with the King is an old Ohio county boy, is a platform or the prevailing sentiment successful teacher and would make a of his party. On the contrary, It diHis many friends rectly autagonizes the known opinstrong candidate. hero hope that he may announce ions and wishes of a large majority of that party. It does not contemhimself for that place. plate any further silver coinage, or A few years ago a husband and any other kind of and danwife in Louisville quarreled and gerous inflation. In short.it is nothTheir children were sent to ing if not It will readily be seen, therefore, Saturday one tho House of Refuge. ot tham died. The father prepared the that the Republicans can support the remains for burial and at the funeral President in this new attempt to the erring father and mother met solve the currency problem without and clasping each other over the cof- any sacrifice of their convictions or any violation of the principles and fin of their child, were again united. politics of their party. He has pracThe Federal officers have just suc- tically come over to their side so far His ceeded in arresting a preacher moon- as this great issue is concerned. Things like message is equivalent to a confession shiner in Tennessee. that may be expected to happen in that he was mistaken in recommenda .State where tho will ot tho people ing the passage of the Carlisle bill, and that he is now satisfied that the is trampled upon in the manner best thing to do is to preserve the adopted by the Legislature of that Republican banking system and prein its attempt to rob great State, vent the revival of the old wild-ca- t Evans of the Governorship, to which currency. The fact that he thus rehe was elected. pudiates the platform upon which he The Louisville Timeiot last Satur- was elected is a conclusive reason day published an article which does why those who tried to defeat him should now with him in great injustice to County CUrk Hock-er- , the promotion of the public welfare to the editor of The RErnBLicAN and prosperity, He does not ask The June has evi and to others. them to be inconsistent, but only-- to to beim. allowed itself dently vote according to views that they posed upon, for Ananias, himself, as have always entertained. It will not sisted by his Satanic Majesty, could do for them to say that they arc opnot have crowded more, that was mean, posed to the perpetuation of the namisleading and false into twice the tional banking system which has space occupied by the mischievous proved to be so advantageous to the article. country, or that they are against the selling ol bonds to replenish the fund Henry Wattersou has been upon which the stability of the curCol. interviewed by a Cincinnati reporter rency depends, whatever uny b; the and says many interesting things, cause of the depletion of said fund. from which tho Democracy can re- They are not responsible for the presceive little or no consolation. Among ent unfortunate situation, to be sure; other things hissaid the following: but they will be in a measure responin the sible for its continuance if they neg"Of courseUhe break-u- p solid South has come, and it has come lect or refuse to assist the President The cause is simple in bringing about a better State of to stay, too. 'There is no more reason enough, things by Repuolican methods. under the sun why the people of South Carolina and Georgia should Glob d. tbat slavery has been abolished, than The U. S. Gov't Reports that those ot Ohio and Indiana should show Royal Baking 'Powder be. The solid North broke first, and superior to all others. predicted then tbat it would be a I ot only a short time when 1 unNhlniE l'ree Fnktra. Hon. George Denny is pushing his a matter the solid South would go. As a mat The Louisville Past prints the folinvestigations in his contest for the terof fact, there is a general political lowing section from the New York seat in the next National House of break-uoccuribg in thiscountry.and will bave statute books and urges the press of Representatives from the Seventh the political State to advocate the passage of District. Already enough Owens-me- some wholesale revising to do before the long. In Eastern Tenncsse, North such a law for Kentucky: who had not registered but who Western Georgia, Western North "Any person who willfully states, voted bave been found to moro Carolina and Southern Kentucky delivers or transmit by any means than put Denny in. the leaven of Henry Clay protectionwhatever to any raanager,editor,pub-lishe- r, ism has been at work all these years, reporter or other employe of a Judge Sterl- and but for the constant menace ot The contest between ing B. Toney and Col.St.Jobn Boylo Federal interference with local af publisher or any newspaper, magaover the Appellate Judgeship, is still fairs which the Republican managers zine, publication, periodical or serial, There is bo doubt have foolishly held out there would any statement concerning any person on at Frankfort. havo been a break in the lines long or corporation, which, ii published that Boylo was elected and tbo great ago. therein, would be libel, is guilty of a effort to defeat the will of the people "Aside from that the young gener- misdemeanor." will make votes for the Republican ation in the South sees what eolassal Such a law would certainly spare fortunes protection has piled up in ticket lo November. tho North, nnd they want some of it the press a great deal of annoyance The indications now are that Con- for themselves. It tho Harrisons and and would materially lessen the action brought for libel. gress will adjourn without doing any- Lodges aro kept in the rear the party has a bright future in There are other laws which we condithing to relievo the distiessed tho South; that is, the Democrats can think should be passed by the Legis-tur- e tion of tho Treasury, and without no longer solidify the States ot that and which should be agitated by section into a compact political mass." parsing any general financial legislathe State papers. The chief of these that proves true, tion whatevor. If At present Hartford, it seems, is a reform in our jury system. The then tho last nail is driven up to tho ktands bcloro tho world, at least in follow of the present law is demoncoffin. head in tbo Democratic one respect, iu no enviable positiou. strated in every case tried by jury. JcDar. Baku, of tho Federal Court, The town is one ot the oldest in the The fact tbat a man has read of or Monday nt Owensboro virtually held State. It is noted for and wide for discussed thecircumstauccs connected with a case should not disqualify him tbat the Sepcrnto Coach Law is un- the culture, refinement and Intelligiving peremptory gence of its people. It has furnished for jury service in that particular constitutional by case, as long as his character and instructions to the jury to find for the some eminent men to tho bar, to the probity are unquestedioned and so W, II. ministry, to commercial life, .to plaintiff In tho case of Rev. long as he is in n position to render Anderson vs.L. &N. R.R., for com- school work, and to tho councils of an impartial verdict. The man who pelling tho coloicd minister to rido in tho Stato and Nation, It hasspleu-di- d forms an honest opinion is everr reaThe jury assessed commercial and industrial advan- dy to alter it in conlorfuity a seperato coach. to the tages only awaiting the touch of in- facts in the case. Ignorance of what ono cent and cost. dustry and enterprise to yield a rich is transpiring around him or the inA petition was f.lcd in tho County reward, Hartford peoplo are kind ability to reach a conclusion or form elecCourtMonday praying that an hearted, hospitable and brave, pleas- an opinion of his own should no lontion ba held in tbo town of Bearer ant, companionable and neighborly. ger be the principal qualification of a Dam to dcterraino whether or not The town possesses the fiuest school juror. This condition is not only the Ohio County Prohibition Law in the Stato west of Muldraughs Hill, an obstacle to justice, but it Is also iu that shall becomo inoperative and a school, too, capable of indefinite often the means of piling up expense town. The date named for tho elecdevelopment and cxteuslon. A town on the State. What say the State tion 11 April the lOtti. Tho proposipossessing all these present and pos- press to a change In our jury law, tion to open saloons in our neighborsible advantages Bhould be up and at Warren County Courier. ing city will bo defeated. The town needs macadsomething. Common icnae county should amized streets, it needs an electric Tub teachers of the Should be used in attempting to remember that at tho last Institute railway to connect with the 0. 0. & cure that ever disagreeable disease, o catarrh As catarrh originates In It was resolved to enter tho contest 8. W. R, R. at Beaver Dam, tho needs additions nnd additional impurities in the blood, local applifor the 150 prito to bo awarded tbo cations can do no permanent good. county having tbo largest number of departments because ol its unprecethe State Reading Cir- dented growth, tho towu needs a bet- The common sense method of treatteachers pass purify the blqod, and for cle. This oxaminatlou will be held ter system of street working and ment is to This list of questions, any this purpose there is no preparation in tbo cleaning, this spring and amy teacher superior to Hood's Sarsaparllla. county should pass it and thus secure and all ol which merit tho attention and not only their atHood's Pills cure constipation by Supt. Shultz is inauing of our people the prize. every effort to carry the plau to suo-ce-i. tention but their earnest thought and restoring peristaltic action to the aliand zoalous labor, mlglitle contiuued mentary canal. p map-make- rs n Col-leg- be bound by a single policy, now IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY tions should be told not to be alarmU. and don't be imposed upon by buying a ed about the great loans that are beremedy that requires you 10 uo so: as 11 is ing continually negotiated to secure nothing more than a substitute In the sud-il.money to meet the common lamlly tnnince of tobacco you i..usthave some Con''C. J." Favors our Now expenses of the Government lor It stimulant and In most all cases, the eflect gressman. was always thus when Democrats of the stimulant, ue it opium, morimine u. other opiates, leaves a far worse habit conwere in power. They were never It is about DACOCURO. And Olvos Hia Opinion of accustomed to see any thing threatening In that, even now, In to days You uo 'purely vegetable. tho Administration. Lint have to Rtoi) uslne tobac- papers we see that Secretary Carlisle L -- ih nAco.cuKO. It will has sighted a surplus oil the breakers Your sys will CCafle Lebanon, Ky., Feb. 5II1, 1895. with an average deficit of f 8,000,000 nntilv vntf uli.n fn nlrm and vnlir clrsiff lor tobaCCO It has been my endeavor, for sever- a month, and at the same time trying tem will be as free from nicotine as the day Wore you took your first chew or smoke. An Ironclad written guaratee to absolutely cute tbe tobacco al months past, to furnish each week to negotiate a small loan of $100,000,-00Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all Its forms, or money relunded for your paper such thoughts as seemYes, they always were a hope(30 days treatment and guaranteed cute,) for $2 50 ed to me might be of possible interest SBND SlX TWO CUNT or will be sent by mall upon receipt of price. ful set. to your readers touching political aud free As a party they never did have any STAPS FOR SAMPLU BOX. Booklets and proola Co , La Cross, Wis. ISureka Chemical & U'l'g public matters; occasional absence business sense and never will have. from home sometimes interferes, Asa party they have on more than Office ol TUB PIONURR PRESS COPMANY. C W Hor.hi.ck. Supt however. St. Paul, Minn., Sept 7, 1894. one occasion followed their false theI have a pleasant acquaintance Eureka Chemical and M'fg Co., La Cross, Wis. ories to the very brink of ruin, and Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend lor many years, anJ during with many citizens of Ohio county.as have on more occasions than this one the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. well as some of the neighboring counbrought this country to the very same My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I ties thereto, and consider it a great point it is to day. The condition of must give up the use ol tobacco for the time being, at IcaBt I tried the various other remedles.but without pleasure to meet them through your "Kccley Cure," the country now is no new condition success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-Cur" Three weeks ago columns. for the Democrats to get it in. They to-land today 1 consider tnyaeir I commenced using your preparation, The high possibility, to say noth- have done the same thing often be- completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobacing of the strong probability, of the fore. Yet the people, from time to co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has complelely left me. Republicans simply wondettul.aud can fully recommend it. controlling the rext time, in that staU of natural unrest, I consider your "Baco-Cur- o" C W Hoamcx. Yours very truly, Legislature hascausedt hem already to which co mes to States and Nations, be casting around for the best and as it does to individuals, returns them Important loTeneher. KiMi:niiooK. most available man for the U. S. Sento power and alterpaying the penalty Mr. B. S. Ellis has returned from i. For Certificate of Graduation in ate. I have recently read an interfor their folly retires thitu as they Daviess county. Before County Common School: view had with a prominent Republic- have always done heretofore, and g, Board of Kxamlners, Jan, 31st and Miss Ada Weller and brother, an, high in the councils cf the party, will do it again in 1896. C.J. spent Saturday night and Sun- June 17th. in which suggestions were made of before 2 For county certificate, day In this vicinity, the guests of eminent gentlemen for that position. A SLANQ DICTIONARY. County Board: White, June 7th and Miss Emma Stevens. Strange enough, among the names Over Two Thousand Choice SsUc MlssOllle Lashbrook and Virgil gth; July 5th and 6th; August and suggested, did not appear the name tlont from London Streets. Stevens, Daviess county, were the and 3rd; September 6th and 7th; Noof a single man who aided in winColored, June There has just been presented to guests of friends and relatives here vember tst nnd 2nd. ning the great victory in Kentucky parliament, In connection with the last week. 14th and 15th; July nth and 13th; last November. That fact had ao labor commission, what really Mr. C. B. Hays visited relaties at August 9th and ioth;September 13th significance, but it should be under- amounts to n now slang dictionary. Whitesvillefrora Friday until Sunday. and 14th; November 8th and 9th. stood now, that when the mantle of It Is n glossary of tho technical We learn that Prof Elmore Will3. For State Certificate, betore eithan U. S. Senator falls on the shoul- words used in tbo evidence already iams has been employed to teach the er County or State Board: June ders ol a Kentucky Republican, it given, which amount to moro tban spring term at No Creek. 7th ani 8th; August 2nd and 3rd. must cover the shoulders of some two thousand. ! Owing to sickness of our teacher, 4. For State Diploma, before State When n witness made uso of one worthy one who aided in the largest ot these picturesque terms, tbo Prof. C. It. Kills, there was no school Board: June 26th and succedlng extent possible in redeeming Ken- highly sensible plan was adopted of last week, but we are glad to state he days: August 28th and succedlng tucky from the rotten Bourbon rule. writing and asking him what bo was able to resume his work Monday. days. 1 would not detract in the least meant by it, and this source of knowlNoTK. Mr. J. A. Balrd and wife spent Sat- To obtain n State Certifif rout any of the gentlemen who won edge has been supplemented by con- ' urday night and Sunday at O. W. cate an applicant must be at least 21 magnificent victories in Democratic sulting members of tbe committee I years old, have two years' experience Maple's and standard dictionaries. districts, but it is conceded through I The social which was given at Mr. in teaching, and present satisfactory "Oncost men," it is useful to out the State that the redemption of moral know, are men who work for day J. W. Steven's Saturday night was evidence ot unexceptional the Fourth district was an achievehighly enjoyed by all who attended. character. He must be examined in wages. ment in politics, possibly, never witWake up, correspondents, and let all the common school branches, (bee A "fogger" is a middleman In tbe nessed in Kentucky before. Mr. nail and chain trado. the people know what you are doing. Sec 21, School Law.) and the followLewis, victory.not only complete and A hansom is technically known as Daisy Drank. ing in addition: Higher Arithmetic, astounding to his foes, but as unexn "showful." Elementary Algebra. English Litera.not A True Erng;rllt. pected and as incomprehensible to A cabman who owns the vehicle But there are evangelists and so- - ture, and the Science and Art of them as was the victory ot Peluslum he drives is a "littlomush," whllonn Teaching, including the elements of over the Assyrian King; and very lnexporlcnccd Jehu may bo cither s called evangelists The man who ee 133. claims to have been called by God to Psychology, much on the same order. At one "gardoner" or a "whack." To obtain a State Dllpoma, an apThe glossary even acquaints parbecome an ' evangelist and then con- time in the history of the Fourth disnnd tbo world with the foot 'vert himself into a jumping jack or plicant must be at least 24 years of trict it seemed that nothing short of liament age, have taught in thlsSute at least that "booze" is derived from tho an Angel of the Lord to smite the .Arabia namo for beer, and the young clown, is not a true evangelist. He two years, nnd presented satisfactory does no credit to the religion he proDemocracy hip and thigh would member burning to know precisely evidence of unexceptional moral charever avail to overthrow them, but it what a "scalliwag" may be will bave fesses to preach, but drives people acter. He must be examined in all is doue his curiosity satisfied. London Tel- from rather than lead them to the the common school braacbes and tha path of light. Intelligence people "And there lay theriderdistorted and egraph. The Science are not convinced by gymnastic ex- following iu addition: pale, WOMEN RUN THE STATE. ercises in the pulpit, or rough and and Art of Teaching, including PsyWith the dew on his brow, and the Tha Curious Government of the Litruston bis mail." coarse tanguage addressed against chology, English Literature, Physics, , tle Kingdom of Bantam. for further particulars see the jint ' Among tho colonial possessions or those who refuse to agree with the Higher Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Klementary Latin. See 132. debater. dependencies of Holland there is a evangelist's methods. For a State Diploma or State CerNo calculation can bring out the Comparisons and poetry aside, the remarkablo little state which, in its Fourth district has been redeemed constitution and the custom ot its great harm done to religion by tbe tificate an average of at least 90 per cent, must be attained, the lowest from the most rotten ring rule of De- Inhabitants, surpasses tbo boldest man who makes the mistake of supflights of tho advocates of women's posing that gymnastic and billings- grade upon any subject Jieing not mocracy that ever cursed any district gate are acceptable to God even in less tban 70 ger cent. and Hon. John W. Lewis, Congress- rights. In tho island ot Java, tho cities ot Batavla and Ed portkr Thompson, guise of religious fervor. True intelman elect, did it. He made a personis tho kingdom ot Bantam, James II. FuqUa, ligence that intelligence which al canvass of his district, making which, although tributary to HolC. A. Leonard, many speches In each county aud did land, is In other respects an indethe handiwork of the Creator State Board of Examiners. more real hard work in the district pendent stato, politically without on every hand cannot be deceived than ever was done by all the Reimportance, yot happy.rlch and since by Clo (mistiness. The work of such men is like the babbling brook The publican candidates before in all the timo immemorial governed and decampaigns put together. He is the fended by women. Tho sovereign is, noise is pleasant to hear but the froth peer of any man in Kentucky and Is says tbe Brooklyn Eagle, indeed, a arising from the splashing water soon disappears, leaving but an indistinct well fitted to succeed Senator Black-bur- n man, but all the rest of tho government belongs to women. The kins as he is to succeed Mr, Mont- is entirely dependent upon bis state and profitless memory. Witliamsport has had evangelists gomery; and our representation in council, composed of three women. Ii a ntcttiltjr bcai tk Unit at wtt the Senate would be as many steps The highest authorities, all state of- of varlouskinds. Those who rememair 1 goat, and mil Jr forward in that event as it will be in ficers, court functionaries, military bered that religion is not to be forced znoUturt, accumnUttd wttthtr, larM lmpurlllM ta Mm upon people and who conducted themHouse. The Fourth district will ask commanders and soldiers are, withblood acd dbUlUt4 conditio ( tta body, ojxn th way fr that tlr4 tUxg, and claim, large consideration from out exception, women. The men are selves iu a gentlemanly and respecthe State at large for its Represnta-tiv- e agriculturists and merchants. The! table manner, did much good and will nurooa trouble, and athu lib. YM skin, mneoaa tnembrint aad tfc varltaa when the selection of a U. S. king's body guard is formed of ama-- l be remembered with pleasure Tho-- e organs itrlvt In vain lo rtlltrt tka la-pzons, who ride in the masculine who brought ridicule upon religion comes to be made. Senator eurrtnt ot Hit. Tkty all wiImm stylo. The throne Is inherited by by their unseemly antics and pergonGreat victories were won in other tho oldest son, and in enso tbe king districts, noticeable in the 5th and a dies without issue a hundred ama-zo- al abuse will be remembered only as most splendid and well equipped man nsscmblo and cbooso a successor sometimes that was en lurel Williamspjrt is Col. livans, and the party will from among their own sons, tho it could not be cured. chosen ono being then proclaimed Sun. have just pride in having such a repSarsa-parill- a resentative from the metropolitan lawful king. Clint Ford llnrl. . district of the State, but the victory from PREWSTORIO REMAINS. Special to the Courier-Journwon there was not so unexpected nor tosuttt Natnr at this tim wkaa ak Mammoth Tusks of a Mastodon That Newton, III., says: did it at any time seem so impractiA bad wreck ot an extra freight moat need help, to parlfj tk bld,UM Once Inhabited Alaska. cable as in the Fourth. A prospcotor who camo down on train carrying a passenger coach, oc and itrnitbn th laboring tfiu ap nrv. There are many reasons, which the steamship City of Topeka recent-- , cut red on the Indiana and Uinots balld Lavtb nied Bood'i BanacarUU a "I may be advanced hereafter, why Mr. ly from tho gold fields of Alaska Southern railroad, two miles West of hav dcrtrtd treat UaiDl Iron It. Aft brought a number of curious rollca Oblong, about 1:30 o'clock this after- a n.7 MTtr attaak ot tht jrlp U wlarn Lewis should succeed Mr. Blackburn and toon regained (treat y region. The most noon. The train was running, it is I took a bottl haa entirely cored meet Ml and fleeb. It the U. S. Senate, but for the pres- of that in Ky whole ijritem waa toned aat Interesting of the collection Is a set said, over double the schedule rate nl ent we will content ourselves by only of ivory tusks of an enormous size, Utaa AxXM L. Hotrataa, liaidatown, Kentucky. putting him in nomination. the remains of a mastodon. A great peed, when a rail broke, plunging Stepping tor a moment aside from tooth was also found with the tusks, five cars, including the passenger State to National politics, it Is in or- which were discovered in a deep coach, down a fifteen foot embankder to ask where Is the Democracy, canyon sovorcl hundred miles back in ment. Ford's Theater Company, billed in the National Council, at, any way? tho mountains from Juneau. The With a revenue law insufficient to slzo ot tho tusks in question Is some- here for this week, composed of elevThey form althing phenomenal, "I was troubled with Inactivity ( tha en people, and two other passengers, raise revenue to meet the current exmost a semicircle, tbe circumference were In the coach, The following kldneya resulting in Jeandlce, bat I kaj penses of the Government it is tryluuuu iiuuu Bariaiuriui a cure." i, w, being ten feet by actual measureHinuc, Moiey Creek, Tenneeiee. ing to further reduce the tariff on re- ment, tapering down to a point from were Injured:' Clint G Ford, manng fined sugars. Running continually a thickness ot about six inches, er, arm hurt; George M. AdaniH, Hpod's PlHs AnuaVif behind month after month, berrowing whero tho tusk projeots from tho leading man, arm and hand badl gold to meet the deficiency, and keep head. Tho elements of ages havo cut, Internal injuries; Harry Faher-necomedian, head and arm cut; up the reserve, while treasury notes apparently had but llttlo effect on and greenbacks are used over and these mnstodonlo ornamonts, for tho George W. Jackson, loot mashed; D. ondensed News, over again for drawing the gold out surfaco is almost smooth and nearly W. Seagrist, hand and leg gashed and Stories, as fast as loans can be negotiated, and as hard as rock, and tho combined badly bruised; T. II. Hand, serious weight of tho two tusks exoceds head wounds. Miscellany, nothing doue to keep them out of throo hundred and fifty pounds. Tbe The three women escaped without Women's Department, the dilemma. tooth found is of Irregular shape, The coach and two of tbe This thing of borrowing money, probably fourteen Indies long, six injury. liildren's Department, None of however, to meet the current expenInches through, and weighs ten or cars are a mass of ruins. Agricultural Department, ses of the Government is no new fifteen pounds, Seattle Telegraph. the passengers will die. Political Department, thing with Democracy. They have A Good Imagination. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder generally had that to do when in full Answer to Correspondents, World's Pair Highest Award. power. When they fell from power At tho breakfast tablo In a St. Editonals, 35 years ago they were borrowing Anthony hill rosldonco tho other Tlia Ailelnlilnns Hntnk. To the Trustees of Hartford College: Everything, money to run the necessary expenses morning tho llttlo flveyear-olWILL I1U FOUND IN THK daughter of tho house was asked if Having learned that you have Buchanan's Adol the Government. ministration, in a time of profound Bbo would havo somo corn bread again placed Dr. Wayland Alexander Weekly (Jourier-Journa- xl and sirup. Turning up her nose In at the bead of our school, and realizpeace and during a period of great dlsgu3t oho A ten page, Democratic replied: Newspaper. natural prosperity, had to borrow HF.NRYWAT. "No; It tastes too much like old ing that the present high standard which this institution has attained.is TF.RSON, F,dltor. money for current expenses. carpots." "How do you know what old car- due to the efficient management of was with the last Democratic As it PRICP,, 00 A YEAR. Administration before the war, so it pets tasto like? Did you ever eat him who has thus been honored and The Weekly Courier-Journraakaa one?" inquired an elder brother. knowing personally, as we do, his is with the first, since the war; only, "Why, yes," said tho youthful worth as an educator, we desire to very liberal terms to agents. Sample the magnificent management of the epicuro. "Before I was an angtl I extend to you our sincere thanks for copies of the paper and Premium SupRepublican party of the Government's was n moth and when I was a moth plement sent free to any addrt. affairs for nearly 30 years, has made I uto carpots and other things," the favor conferred upon us by your t, Co., Write to Wise selection. possible for the Democrats to borrow And they let It go at tbat. it, Louisville, Ky, Done by order of the Adelphian money at a much less rate of interest Paul Dispatch. The Hartford Republican and the Literary Society of Hartford College ii Will iii than they did under Buchanan, or at Weekly Courier-Journwill be seat When in town and you feel hungry at Its regular meeting Geo. 1st 1895. readauy other time. Those of your and tired, call on Hall Bros, aud get Addrea to any address for ft. 75. Jno. C. Hoskinson, Pres. ers who are not old enough to rememTuh RuruuMCAN, Hartford, iCy. Jas. P. Thomas Secy. Democratic Admlnlstr a. a good luach, with hot coffee, ber former S. SENATOR. DON'T STOP fl TOBACCO 0. ?'bJ o ay Ada-bur- I Sara-aran- g, es '! Spring edicine ar e I n ood's t4 far-awa- atreng-thened.- Purifies The Blood BE 3 1? m d eight-colum- n CouHiaa'-JouRNA- iinri MMi) mwm iiKunmiimixn tllgkcet lltnan WtrM'j Pit. Drs. D. L. Millet and Lee Mltchel, who have been attending College In Louisville, have returned to their r homes, the former near town, the at Beaver Dam. 1st-te- A three weeks old infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mills, Klnderhook, died last Tuesday night and was burled at Alexander burying grounds Wednesday, BAIOWi MOST PERFECT MADi. 1 urt Crip Craim f Ttrttr rwUt. Fr Hk Ammsnla.AturasfanysUiraa'ulkriM. of the Christian Church, administered the ordinance of baptism to Rev. Martin, of the Methodist Church, at Bearer Dam last Saturday morning. Kid. I. H. Teel, 40 YKAIU Ttil STANDAKO. 8, 1895, Friday, Fkhruary Mrs. C. L. Field ia Improving. For good rigs call on Field & Bale hay lor sale at Field & Hoi-broo- k. Hoi-broo- k. Mr. A. C. Cain was in Whltesville last week. Mr. J. M Casebter haa moved to the Bean property. Mr.Vltgettenfrow.SulphurSprings, was in town yesterday. Col. W. II Meore.Snlphur Springs, waa iu town yesterday. Mr. John W. Graham, ol Narrows, called to see us Tuesday. ' lait Friday on Mr B D Rlngo was in Louisville legal business. Mr. J S. Fleld.Cincinnatl, visited relatives In the county lat week. Hot Coflee t Hall ud lnnch at all hours Bros., corner Union and Mar-k- t Streets. Mewrs. G C Westerfield and M L. Heavrln made a buslqeis trip to Narrows last week A. dance waa gives at the Coutt Honst Tuesday night, and there was sly a small attendance. Bnlllngton & Cain have new barber tools throughout ami are prepared to give you the very best work. Capt S K Cox left Tuesdoy for few weeks visit to Iriends and relatives In Louisville, Hawesville and Owensboro. Mlfs Susie Mav. who has been vis- iting friends and relatives In Daviess county for the pist month, returned home yestrrday. deal in all kinds fresh aseat. game, chickens, turkeys, g etc Give them a call for In their line nt lowest prices. Hall Bros sau-aag- e, any-tkin- Wesley BrlgRs. a blind tiger negro, who was arrested by Marshal Bulling-to- n rv y In December, was fined $200.00 and 90 days in fail, in Federal Court at Owensboro last week. " Bulllngton & Cain have rentrd the new barber shop and have put in new furniture throughout, and axe better prepared than ever to accommodate the trade. Messrs Mrs Penelope Carnaha m died in Rockport on Tuesday even-lag- . The late husband of Mrs. Car Balaam was at one time Editor of the sud-deal- y Cincinnati Inquirer. Mirrlage license: B V Rowe to Win. Mary Gieer, Spain Marlowto Mid Bertha Roberts. fames C Worsley to Sonora Cmlg J W Sharp to Misa M. A. Baker.John W 'Purcell to Miss Florence E Hawkins. Tne 'oorl Feb 4, 1895 Please allow me space in your paper to correct a report made by a committee appointed by the Commercial Club, of Hartford, to ask the Fis cal Court for a donation for the benefit ! the Kentucky Bureau of InforSaid commation and Immigration. mittee's report, as appears in Tns RijruHUCAN of February 1st. that they had been unsuccessful, the court not having the power to do so Right here, please the power of that court was never questioned, neither wits it discussed in my hearing, and I was present all the time Mr James Carson spoke to me about the matter on I the 17th day ol December, 1894. told him I would oppose any approHe priation for that purpose first explained whole matter to tne, I think It 'w Tuesday ol the Fiscal Court, that Mr. Carson presented the matter to the court and failed to get a motion for the allowance. Then it was, this Commercial Club, had a meeting and appointed a committee to ask the fiscal Court for the necessary amount, which I think was $78. Then on Friday or Saturday Mr. John J, Mcilenry, in a very able little speech, presented the matter to tke court, and asked that the court make the allowance asked for, and the coutt set down on it with a thud. The repott ol Club's Committee leaves the Impression that the Court might have doue so had it been in the Such was not the Court's power. case, If it was not legal I doubt if a member of that court knew it. The Judge and every Justice, save one, opposed It. The County Attorney opI oppose the scheme, posed It also, because I cannot afford to advertise a thing that Is not for sale. I am not Prentis. tk. ' Kid. I. H. reel has resigned the pastorate oi the Christian Church at this place. Bro. Teel has many friends here who will always feel an IUMIUMtllOOK, Interest in his welfare wherever he After readtug seveial letters in may go. your paper from Daisy Deane, we beMr. Wllber Tinsley has purchased lieve she is growing negligent and Mr. W. T. Woodward's farm, In the dcs not give all of the news in our Beda neighborhood, consisting of 50 community, notbeing ashamed of our acres of land consideration, $400. country and people. Wc do not wish Mr. Woodward has moved to the old to misrepresent Daisy Deane, but Woodward farm near by. knowing she has entered school and William Williamson of Echols Ky. that we wish her well and miy she go and Miss Effie T. Taylor were mar- to work and improve her time and ried Jan. 30th at the home of the write better letters. Our school is progressing nicely bride, services by Dr. W. J. PInley. and new scholars every day. Miss The occasion was a very pleascnt one. May they live long and be use- Bertha Riley has entered school after a week's sickness. Mr. Lowry Mills ful and happy. has entered school. Martin King, of Mr. C R. Martin, the hustling Badard, has entered school at AlexJeweler.has moved his Jewelry stock ander. Our school is the best in the to the L B. Bean old stand, and be- county. We have 50 scholars and sides keeping tke best stock of Jewelare good workers, and we will say to ry In the Green River country, he you we will do all iu our power to will handle all kinds of Feed Stuff. make them enjoys themselves. Mr. Martin is a first class gentleman, Cow Boy. and if you need anything in his line would do will to call on him. 9fnnlrl!n Knnanii. Mr. J. B. Bamett, formerly of this Mr I M. Render, who made such county, and Miss Lillie Smith, of an efficient Deputy Clerk under Clerk Red field, Kan , were married at the Holbrook, has accepted a position as home of the latter on Sundayjan. 27. book keeper for the Commercial Mr.Barnett is a son of Mrs Amanda Building and Trust Company, of Barnett, near town, and has a large He left Monday mornLouisville circle of friends and relatives here, ing to take charge oi his duties. Mr. who wish him and his bride much s gentleman and a Render is a happiness. and all predict for good success. him abundant nouro.v. Vine Hill school closed February Mr. S. A. Davenport, of near Pren-tls- , came to town last Thursday and 2; Miss Alice Plummcr, teacher. Uncle Bill Wilson gave the young swore out a writ against Wes Hawes charging him with cutting and break- people ot the neighborhood a nice soing his wire and slat fencing. Sher- cial. All had a good time. Miss Mary Leach is visiting friends iff Keown went out after Hawes Tuesday, but filled to find him, he having and relatives in this vicinity from left for parts unknown. The Butler Palo. Mr. T. C Snell is confined to his county officials are looking for him room with diabetes. Willie Lisle is also. on the sick list. Henry Tinsley, ol. color, happened Born, to the wife of T. II Faught to a very painful accident wkile prea fine girl. S C T. paring a blast in a coal mine a few miles east of town one day last week. It l rifltrr 10 ! Ilinu la Io. The powder, in some way, ignited One may shine among her fellows before Tiusley was ready, severely and be noted lor the doing oi many burning his arms, breast and back. good things jet at heart be far from Tinsley is an industrious, honorable good or beautiful or true. Nobility fellow and the accident at this time is within and while it always maniot the year, is quite a pull back to fests itself in our acts, it is not alHe was resting easy at last ways true that our actions are what him. account. they seem. Men have been burned An alarm of fire was ghen last at the stake because they were stubSunday night about 9 o'clock, and born and headstrong and loved their own way. the bucket brigade was soon out The distinction between being and and all were directed to the residence ofJudge J. S. Glenn, on doing should be especially rememberWalnut Street. The fire origina- ed in the training of children. We ted from coal falling out of the grate, are so ready to be satisfied with mere and burning through the floor had good conduct, possibly because bad gained considerable headway on the conduct gives us annoyance personalsleepers before it was gotten under ly, that we overlook the true point. control. The damige amountei to We punish and reward children for what they do; the child's definition about $100,00. with no insurance. of badness is "doing what mamma Mr. Jno Pendleton Benton, Senior dosen't allow," and having a more Deacon of Rockport Lodge, No. 31a, logical mind than his mother, the died at Rockport, Feb F. & A. M., little one soon sees that if the sin 1st, of pneumonia and was buried is entirely iu the doing all will be with Masonic hoaors ia the Rockport well if he is not fouud out, and he is Cemetery on Sunday, Feb. 3d, after encouraged to practice deceit. a funeral sermon at the Bapilst "We need to go more deeply Into Church by Rev. J. T. .Cisbier, quite a the question of morals; we need to large procession of brother Masons understand the principle that teaches accompanied the remains toitslatt that the man who hateth his brother resting place and took part in the is a murderer; we need to learn that Mr. Benton was an ceremonies. it is as wrong to think a lie as to tell honored and consistent member of the it, and that the hands ore nothing it Fraternity, an exemplary and warm- is the heart that all. is hearted Christian, a peaceable and When your little one refrains from law citizen. helping himself to the pantry Jam-po- t because mamma will whip him if he Notice 10 Creditor. Creditors and persons having .touches, he has, in addition to being claims against the estate of M. V. a thief, become a coward, and you Duke, deceased, are hereby notified have succeeded iu implanting within to present same to me properly provhim the most contemptible of all en at my office in Hartford, Ky., on traits But it you teach him the difor before the aoth day of February, ference between mine and thine, and 1895, or they will be forever barred implant within his tender conscience J. Augustus Smith. an abhorrence of touching what does Special Commissioner. t not belong to him, you have laid the foundations of a character oi true nobm..Mtrt, Woman Kind. Taylor, colored, had coal to ility. first-clasbook-keepe- r, 28-a- county constituents dropped into Ma jor Payan's famous Brunswick restau rant and ordered a liberal supper. They were hungry, but when a bill of $6 was presented to them for the repast they were inclined to kick. The Buave major went over each item of the order and showed their prices in plain figures on the bill of fare. He was In. a fair way of conciliating them until he came to a quail on toast, 75 cents each. This struck the judge as exorbitant, "Say fellows," he said ''do you know what that is? That's tiothiti' but pat'ldge on light bread. Why, we can buy 'em for forty cents a dozen in Ohio county." And the major had to compromise on that item. IMPLEMENTS OF GAMING. Curious Origin of Playing Cards, Dloe nnd Dominoes. Indlu anl Chin the Soarte or Thru l'- Home or (he collar rinjthlnca Clmea flayed by the Mongolian. Orders-Oh- io County Court R e g u 1 ar Notio. BEAVER DAM. , A THE ST. LOUIS Nowsy Lotter From Our Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Neighboring Town. Sixteen pages every week, only ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, lobe Qemogrdf -- Term 7th day of John ., fall on him in the Render Mines last Monday, which bruised him up considerable and cutting an ugly gash over his right eye. The report that attempts have been made to hold up and rob some parties in our midst are receiving some discredit, especially the last one, as some people have already said in their opinion it was an excitement raised to cause the people to get a Town A Rkadhr. Marshal. Salt rheum with its intense Itching dry, hot, skin is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, because It purifies the blood. flrttliig- Humble, - k- - llrowder ml Walker. The Owensboro Messenger says: "When I was a young lawyer," said Hon. Wllber F. Browder, "I was appointed to defend a lellow charged with stealing a ring and some other articles from a young woman who had He confessed his just been married. guilt and the case was submitted to i willing to ask the tax payers to take Kow, stock in any such a concern. Mr. Commercial Club.luve your committee posted as to the legality of The tax payers say their demands. u, no, Jont B, Wmow. NalUft Business hours of Bank of Hartford re from 9 a, m. to 3 p. in., without rtCM(iMlm, at Notthe jury without argument. withstanding his plea ol guilty, the I was curious to jury acquitted know how they arrived at such a verdict and asked one old fellow who was on the jury about It. 'Well, sir,' said he, 'we were of the opinion that instead of cotaplalalng to the grand Memphis Commercial Apjury, the soman's husband ought to gency. have thrashed the fellow lor stealing peal. her things and we concluded to show Tests our contempt for such a coward by The World's showed no baking powder acquitting the man.' " so puro or so great In leav Another good one in told on Judge OMlng power as iho Royal. his Ohio Walker, He and a party of The Greenwood (Miss ) Enterprise says; "It looks now like Mr. Cleveland will be forced to cat! the Republicans together next spring tosettle the curWe predict that they rency muddle will find as much difficulty in settling the question as the Democrats have. Something must be done, and while we would like to see it done by the Democrats, 11 theycan't come together and do it, we want the Republicans to do it. It must be done " Yes, it must be dene, and the prestige of the Democratic party will most seriously suffer if the Republican Congress shall be called into extraordinary session to save the Treasury. Only a month of the life ot the present Congress remains, and every Democrat in the ltnd is hoping that the representatives oi his party in Congress will be equal to the emer- Who would suppose that playing cards wero originally derived from tlio knueklo bones of sheep? Yet such Is the fact If you do not bellovo It, ask Slowart Culln, ethnologist, attached to tho University of Pennsylvania, who, according to tho Washington Star, ha tnado tho study of games, from the tolentlflo point of view, bis specialty. knuclclo bones nro familTho iar enough, being used to this day by elecchildren In various parts of the world. Thoy nro the ankle bones of the sheep, nnd nro It seems odd to find that dlco In Arabia are called by 5 narao which means anklo bones. Nobody knows how long they were first employed for playing games. One day genit occurred to somebody that a cube, was bettor adapted to tho purpose. That must have happened In very ancient times, for tho Romans of old had dice which wore just like our own, even to tho arrangement ot the numbers on tho faces 1. c., tho six opposite tho one, the flro opposite tho two, and the four opposite tho three. it will bo observed that tho sum of sufany two opposite numbers Is always seven. This may havo something to do with tho fact that Seven used to bo regarded as a magical number. Of the respect accorded to It there Is evidence In many passages of tho Bible. The most ancient cubical dlo known dates back to COO B. C that Is, twenty-rlv- e hundred years ago. It was found at Naucratus, a Greek colony In Egypt. Tho earliest dlco woro made in pairs, right and left, llko knueklo bones, ono of which was always from the right leg and tho other from the loft leg of tho animal Two dlco were usually employed, because thoy were two Mr. Culln says that knuckle bones. dlco probably originated In India. From that country they were carried to China, whenco they have been distributed all over tho world. Tho Chinese are great gamesters; they Invented a modification of the dice, which Is called tho domino. Put two dlco faces sldo by sldo and you havo the domino. Dominoes are said to have been, devised in tho year 1120 of the Christian era by a Chinese emperor for the amusement of his wives. It Is more likely, however, that they merely obtained tho Imperial approval at that date. possible throws There aro twenty-on- e dominoes with two dice, so twenty-on- e may be regarded as natural dominoes. voHowever the Chinese havo doubled np some of tho numbers so as to make a In all. full set for playing thirty-tw- o All over eastern Asia tho customary Spir-itiou- s, Our outfit of dominoes Is thirty-two- . dominoes, obtalnod by way of Europe, aro only twenty-eigh- t and are modified by tho introduction Of blanks. The domino game of Europe and America is the match game It Is played In China, but is an unimportant one among the many Chinese games of dominoes. The Chinese domino games aro all of them Dominoes are dlco games elaborated. also used In China, Uke dice, for fortune tolling. That system of divination has an extensive literature of its own. Tho Chinese dominoes all have astrological names. in China cosmlcal names aro given to tho numbers on the dlco. Six is tho throw of heaven, aco Is the throw of earth, four Is tho throw of man, while one and thrco are chosen to represent tho harmony that unites heaven, earth and man. Tho throw of doublo fivo is called tho "plum flower," flvo and six is tho "tiger's head," four and six Is "red-head tan," ono nnd six Is fioven," and ono and five Is "red mallet six." These terms remind one of those given by negroes to various poll-book- s throws at tho gamo of "craps.' On Chlncso dice tho "ono" and "four" r always red, whllo the dots on the other faces nro black. Mr. Culln cannot assign any reason for this with eortalnty. There Is a legend to the effect that on ono occasion an emperor of the Ming dynasty was almost defeated In a game by his queen. Tho only possibility for him to win waa that tho dice should turn up "fours." They did so, and ha was so gratified that from that time forth the "fours" on all dice were marked in red. Tako an ordinary domino of bone or wood, enlarge It, make It of paper, and It becomes a playing card. Mr. Culln's study of tho subject has led him to the conclusion that this Is the way In which the playing card was originally Copy Attest; evolved. Tho orolutlon began with DY ERNEST TRACY, D. C. the knueklo bono, which became a cubical die; the latter was transformed into a domino, and tke domino, in Its turn, was metamorphosed Into a card, A domino with two "fives" on It repreorsents tho "tenspot" of the pack. The origin of "king," ''queen" and "Jack' is unknown. Possibly a little light may be thrown upon tho mystery by the fact that tho four sides ot the knueklo bona aro called In Arable tho "vUIer," "shah," "peasant" and "slave" The same names are given to tho numbers on tho cubical dlo, the six being tho "shah." One of the games played with dominoes In China Is apparently tho prototype pt whist. Nohody knows when dominoes and cards were Introduced Into Europe. Wo, In America, get all our games from Europe; we Invent no games. Poker is an eld English game modified. Mr. Culln says that thers aro no new games; those brought out from year to ycur are merely modifications of old ones. Games are originated in prlml-Hiv- e stages ot social development. Ono would naturally suppose that tho spinning dlo, called tho "tcctotem," must bo derived from tho same original source as the cubical die. Apparently such Is not tho case. Mr. Culln has traced tho tcctotem to Cores, whero it seems to have had IU beginning. four-side- February 1895, J. H. Midkiff and others having heretofore lodged with tho Judge of this Court a petition for an tion to be hold in the toyn of Beaver Dam pursuant to the eral Local Option Law, said petition is now filed of record, and aaid petitioners having deposited ficient money with the Judge of this Court to defray ex therefore penses hereof and of said election, it is that the Sheriff of ordered Rev. E. E. Pate, Hartford, filledhls regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night. The sermons were quite as intercstlngas instructive and si large audience was present. Mjs. J, H. Barnes is much better Her sister, Miss Pearl Eblin, returned Sunday to her home In Carrollton. Her mother, Mrs. B. P. Eblin, will remain with Mrs. Darnes during her illness. Mr. S. L. Mitchell, one of our present druggists, has returned from Louisville, alter the study of for the past seven months. Miss Nellie Young, Rockport, is the guest of Miss Mabel Sweatte. Miss Laura Barnes, near town, spent this week In Leltchfield with her music teacher, Miss Ella McDeath. Mrs. E. G. Render, Mcilenry, Is here visiting friends and relatives this week. Mr Logan Martin, Sulphur Springs, was baptized in the pool near the railroad by Eld. I. H. Teel Saturday morning. Miss Nora Martin has returned to her home in Fordsvllle. Misses Mabel Sweatte and Nellie Young spent Tuesday in Taylor Mines. Dr. W. T. 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Do not dsltry but send in your subscription at oasaj to Tub RapuBucur, Marker", Ky. Ohio County be and he is hereby directed to open a poll in the voting precinct in the town of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, on the 10 day of April, 1895, to take the sense of the legal ters of the said town whether or not Vinous, and Malt Liquors shall bo sold in said town, and whether or not the law now in force ty. The Masonic Musicale to be given Feb. i6, at School Hall by Miss B. Clark and Class, promises to be very attractive to both young and Mar-garet Kemember you get the New York old. The program will consist oi the best selections of vocal and instrumental music Interspersed with character songs and duettes. Now arrange your affairs, parchase your ticket and attend this excellent entertainment for a little pleasurenow ann then, is relished by the best of men. The young mens H. W. L. Society organized a lew weeks ago is making marked progress in their work. The Skating Club had a jolloy time on the Ice Tuesday night. Mr. W. A. Andersen and family have moved to their former home ia Caneyville and Mr. H. F. Metcalf ana family have moved into the Beaver Dam Hotel. The Law and Order Club met in MasoalcHall Tuesday night to talk of the all important subject Blind and The Republican both for one year, for one dollar and twenty-fiv- o tents. Tv XWurravtrTsuasM waaia la tti TJitwJ ItttM InUr.il.d la tk Oplsa sad Wtlritr kiklts to ei of my bo.ki a tk.i. die u.i. Addrtit D. U. Woelltr, tJLUmu, Qa 'bune none. IMxUt,usa ht. wUJb iatjtr. ., .1 Wnnted. Everybody to know that Grovel Tastles3 Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, LagrlppeBad Colds & c, or your money, will bo refunded in every instance. Sold by " William & Bell, Hartford Ky. prohibiting the sale, barter and loan of and traffic in such liquors in said to vn shall become inoperative. The Clerk of Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great reai. edy forchildrenand guarantee! every Tigers. They have determined to put an end bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only ajcta per to it and that at once. bottle. Mr. I. McFurgerson, Henderson, delivered a lecture in the Masenlc Hall Wednesday night. Attyu. Petition from Iltaver num. To the Honorable Ohlc County Court and the Honorable Judge of the Ohio County Court We, the undersigned legal voters of the town of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, residing in aaid town respectfully petition that an order be made In said court directing and that you order and direct that an election be held in said town on the loth day of April, 1895, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition whether or not the law now in force prohibiting the sale, batter and loan of and traffic in Such liquors In said town shall become inoperative. The Republican Globe-Democr- and St Louis at (semi-weekl- y) d "long-legge- this Court is directed to prepare and ballots for said election as required by law. The Sheriff will advertise said election as required by law. D. M. for $1.50 per year, for subscriber! who pay up and one year in advance. Baluinaa ITnalta. Good wages to sell our Nursery Stock. Apply for terms. W will have for Spring and Fall, 1895, ax Immense stock of Apple.Peat, Peaelt, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. Also small fruits, shade and orntmen tal trees roses, etc. We make a specialty of wholesaling to large planters direct. We will sell to parties and take note pays-bl- e In six, twelve and alghteex i i , Hooker, C. O. C. C. This February a, 1895. W T McKenney, J H Metcalfe, Oscar Stevens, B Taylor, Jr., Tom Parrott, B W Kendall, John Hoskins, W S Stevens, II Election Notice! Ed. Smith, R T Taylor, Jr. , Will BalUell, II S Midkiff, II C Maddoz, Jim L BalUell, J H Waddle, R L Daniel, E V Tatum, months. Write us for wholesale prices. dress: SOTJTUBBN Ad- Pursuant to an II T Austin, D M Taylor, H D Taylor, Ed Johnson, H C Leach, H SWaddle, NURSEEYCO, der of the Ohio County Court, I will S8t Wlachester, Tena. caused to be opened a poll in tho voting precinct in the town of Beaver Dam,Ohio PWesterfield, CM Taylor, Hlley Taylor, EDTllford, II T Taylor, B N Peters, David Gammons, Thos M Berryman,Chas, S Gammons, Stock of Groceries and Butchen tools, by J. B. Howard, Fordsvllle, Ky a good point for a Butchers shop as we have ao one in that business here now. 35 4t for Said The Time Limited. Tho young Kentucky coupto who havo agreed to sepnrato at the end of 0 year If thoy do not find their married life ngrceablo may bo making a mistake, says an exchango. Tho first year of matrimony Is tho most difficult, an In that space she discovers that ho is not a hero and ho finds that she Is not an angel, and thero may not bo qulto time cuough for them to becomo reconciled to theso unpleasant fuels. Besides, twclvo moths is not sufficient timo In somo cases to tamo the bridegroom to thut degree of submission which Is absolutely necessary to matrimonial quiet. Pennsylvania's Coal Resources. According to an cstlmato just mado by W. W. Ruloy, of tho bureau of antbraclto coal statistics, tho un mined coal In Pennsylvania aggretons, all of gates which Is located in an area of 213,-00- 0 acres. According to these figures, if the yearly average wero to coutluuoot '14,000,000 tons for say 107 years, tho fields will havo bo-co- County,Kentucky,on the 10th day of April 1895, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. m., to tako the sense of the legal and qualified voters i n said town on tho question: Whether or not tho law now in force prohibiting tho sale, barter or loan of spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in said town, shall becomo inoperative therein. This Feb. 7, 1895. C. P. D h Stokes, Fred Taylor, R II Austin, I E McClure, L V Vanines, J H Stewart, Armst Berry, Joe Berry, Mason Carter, Grant It son, Bill Berry, Mark Berry, Anderson Thomas, Ed Taylor, Jes Beard. The fashion magazines, now before the public, deal with the subject of Among the the new spring styles. best and most favored of these publications Is Toilxtls, which In its March edition seems to have surpassed itself. An examination of this number will satisfy our lady readers that its illustrations cover the whole field of the spring fashions, being a complete rbpurtoirk of the very latest designs by the leading Freach THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL ftree to readers of thia paper. Any one sending in a subscription to this paper for one year, accompan ed by $1.25 , the regular price of Tax Rbwomcan, will be sent free of charge for one year a copy of The Weekly Commercial Louisville paper, filled with, large more news than any other metropolitan weekly. Absolutely correct market reports. You can get a free sample copy of The Weekly Commercial by sending your aame to that paper. i Keow, S.O.C. modistes. Walking, visiting, reception, and evening dresses; new caps, Send in yoar money and jackets and wraps; sleeves, corsages and garniture areamoug its attractive There is a bridal costume features. by Worth of exquisite workmanship, with ball dresses by Hounet and others. Children's costume, hoods, hats and dancing dresses, complete the Address orders to Thb Rwvuicah, list of its attractions, there being no Uartferd, Ky. fashion journal for the mouth which compares with It, either for the variety or novelty ot it admirable models. GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. 4 Can be procured from newsdealers. Mr. Win. Porter and Miss Nola Brown, of near town were married yesterday evening at the home of the bride, Rev. R. A. Crowe pronouncing the ceremony. The wedding was a mitt anr onlv a few Intimate Itienda I being present. Fait If you should be In Owensboro and want the very best Furniture be sure to call on Martin & Smith. They are live progressive, men and always give you the worth of your money. See their "aa" in this issue. enUisly oxtlngt. Subscribe for The Republican and the Louiavillo Weekly C ommercia 1 b o th ono year for $1,21 por year. V, m" 1 y"mfWW gMB ejurf n'nji fimia, ia.n,iii.mueainrtap'.ai hair-covete- d Hartford Republican Friday, Pwdroarv 8, 1895. fltitl the twinkling browd eyM free. out "from the fook-in- g ;s.,iiMaTi!iH ilJJL,'J'il'Jl''.i.1J WTTflOUT A 1'lfflONE. - A Girl Makoa 4212.16 in a read in your valuable paper how one of your subscribers made money in the plating business, but I can beat that and I am only a girl. I sent and got the new Grnv Plater and cleared $212,16 in one li'onth. Can Vou any of your readers beat this? can get spoons, torks and jewelry to plate at every house. Some big artN cles I sent and had plated at the factory. There is plenty of work to do both in the city and country,and why should any person be poor and out of employment when such an opportunity is at hand. Anyone can get my plater by writing to Oray & Co. Plat ing Works, Columbus, Ohio. They do alt kinds of plating and will teach the art.. My plater has a lathe, wheels, tools and materials for polishing a nice little work shop. I hope my czperieEce will help others. mini Tlipy Wnul, i y Ll fc - Evidently the Kentucky Editor thinks there is more fun.better remuneration in holding office than is running newspapers, as the following will witness: Editor Green R. Kellar, of the Catlisle Mercury, wants to be Railroad Commissioner in this District; Editor Sam J. Roberts of the Lexington Evening Leader, wants to be railroad commissioner for the Lexington District; Editor George Washington Long, of the Grayson Eagle, thinks he would like to be the first 's Republican to preside over empty Treasurer, Editor A. R. Dyche, of the Mountain Echo, would like to succeed himself as State Senator from the Seventeenth District while Editor Geoge H. Dains, of the Middleboro News, would like to supplant Senator Dyche in the district. Editor E. L. Davidson, Jr., of the Pineville Messenger, thinks of running 'for the Legislature in his district, while the political gossips says Editor Richard W. Knott, of the Louisville Evening Post, has the gubernational bee buzzing busily about his bonnet. John C. Wood, of the Mt. Sterling Gazette, announces himself as a candidate for Railagainst Green road Commisioner Kellar and Colonel Gassette, of the Georgetown Enterprise, dlsires to fill out the unexpired terra of the Circuit Clerk in that country. There are Kentucky Post. others perhaps. Hrliool Ileport. Report of Excelsor school, District terms ending January No. 36, Mary Taylor 95, Leslie 34, 1895: Ken-euckyfor-th- No other act has ever so completely captivated dog lovers as this one, and with all those accessories that serve to heighten the eflect, no one can do aught but praise the rare Intelligence of tin little animals and the marvelous patience oi the man who has worked long to attain such a disentertaintinctly ment. With the momentarily darkened stage.foltowed by a flash of light, comes the thrill of pleasurable curi-- ' osity as to what can be that odd little figure that its out irom the wings ami pirouettes here and there as the n plays the orchestra strains that introduced the gaiety dancers to us years ago. It isnweird spectacle, the humorous sideof which is seen by n few only when tke pre-- , tnler danseuse gets out in the wings and becomes once again an ordinary lrolicsomc puppy, who docs his best to chew his wig to pieces. To learn this act Baldy and hla understudy, Pepper, practiced constantly lor four months during those hours when they were not on the stage performing their other work. It is laborious both for master and pupils, but the fact that no other dogs in the country are so accomplished should be a rare source of satisfaction to all concerned. well-know- A Klnjf Who Was Without Honor Itf 1Mb Own Country. Ill.torjr In Ilrlef of the Late Count ot 1'arl. lilt Ser.lce. a. Volun. , leer In (lie United Slate-- Army. Women Alter A Ilrttcsls I. One hundred Flemingsburg ladles have organized a crusade against the liquor traffic. A vote on prohibition is to be taken on the 19th, nnd both sides are making strenuous efforts. A petition was adobted requesting Dr. II, C. Kelioe, a druggist, to leave town. A copy of the petition was sent the doctor, and will bepublished in the local papers. For eight years this has been a "dry" town, and the "wets" have petitioned for another vote. The women threaten to go in a body to Kehoe's store and present their petition, and lively times are promised in the near iuture. NEEDS A Louis I'lilllppo Albert, Comte do Pnrls, whoso death occurred recently, writes l'iorra ComliiL'es lu Moldan Days, claimed to bn the Mng of franco. He was, how over, never on tho throno and never acknowledged klntf In Trance. Tlio monarchical governments of Europe, as a rulo, professed to bcllcvo that ho really was kin?, but, of course, to prcservo their friendly relations with tho republic, they were forced to recognize tho president as the chief of that country. Nevertheless, Louis Plilllppo was regarded as a king by qulto a strong par- tM in tttta enn T mils tnrin iirltl Hm nlnippo Robert, n young man of tweh- who Is very much In ciirneht in his pretensions to tho throne of Franco. Comte do Paris was born In Paris on August 21, 1833, and became, by tho death of his father In 1842, the Immediate heir to tho crown his grandfather, Louis Philippe, had picked up when Charles X. dropped It In his flight from Paris, after tho "Three Olorious Days" of July, 1830. When ho was ten years of ngo Comte do Paris was, with his grandfather, King Louis Philippe, driven from Franco by tho revolution of 1818. Though too young to remember his father's death, Comte do Paris doubtless always remembered tho sccno when his bravo mother took him and his brother to tho chamber of deputies, only to escape therefrom at tho peril of their lives. After many dangers, tho fugitives succeeded in crossing tho frontier, and went to lire at a country house belonging to the grand duke of 4 11 e, r. DELICATE TOUCH. ' The Diamond Better and III. Method of h lilnv 1'recloa. Stones. -7 i- McSheery 88, Ada Leach 90, Leach 92, Lon Leach 91 , Robert Barnard 91, Garfield Barnard 88, James Moseley 8 j.Myrtle McSheery 8s,Mag-gi- e Oldham 83, Lilly McSheery 80, Lem Trrence 84, Clarence McSheery 79, Otha Leach 78, Abram McSheery 78, Denham Leach 77, Harry Baldwin 8r, Cliffie Leach 84, Virgil Moseley 77, Harry Pluramer 81, Romie Baldwin 73, Maud Baldwin 75, Sue Moseley 84, Rob Torrence 78, Jessie 75, Loney Patterson 72, Minuie Taylor 80, Minnie Loney 75, Mattie McSheery So, Cliffie Davis 81, Bert Davis 80, Anna Sorrels 77, Jimmie Sorrels 77, Susie Sorrels 76, James Sanderfur 85, Archie McDaniel 79, Clarence Allen 80, R. CJarnagn, Teacher. Tor-ren- i At The Hluai, A There has been two hold ups. few weeks ago an attempt was made by some one at Sugar Hill, between McIIenry and Render to get a fine watch from Robert Campbell, but as a lantern was used freely by Robert the party lelt without the watch. Again on last Sunday night a week ago Wm, Givens, while going home from Render to McIIenry, was ats His tacked near Render, this time. clothing- cut viciously; it is said two or three shots were fired. The man dropped' the watch he had taken from Givens. and McIIenry Mines are doing very good work. TheTay-lo- r Mines having three air Compress Engine houses blown down, but it is reported the Mines will close until the new engine house is completed. Last Saturday night Layton The-Rend- Few peoplo outside tho jewelry trade have any idea how the brilliants they buy and wear are- fastened into their settings, and a great many retail jewelers who have sold jewelry for years are equally as Ignorant, says the Pittsburgh Dispatch. Tho art of setting; jewelry Is comparatively simple, tho skill of a setter depending on his knowledge cf the strength of material and tho delicate touch required, which can only be gained by years of practice. There are only four distinct methods of setting a diamond, though mountings aro made which involvo two or more of tbeso methods. The most common is tho clamp, or claw, setting. This comes to tho setter with every clamp as straight and square as a fence IIo imbeds this mounting, picket. whatever it- may bo, in warm shellac-otho end of a stick (six inches of broom handle is generally used) leaving tho setting exposed. This cools and holds tho dedicate pieces of jewelry firm in all parts. He then, with a thin fllo, sharpens all tho clamps, bringing them up to sharp points. Then with a scraper or graver shaped like n chisel (all of bis cutting tools are miniature chisels of different shapes), ho digs out a bearing or shoulder for tho edgo of tho stone on tho insldo of each clamp; ho now, with a pair of d pliers, bends the clamps Inward or outward as thoy happen to require, until the stone will just squeeze into tho circle of clamps. Then tho stono Is pressed firmly down until tho edge rests squarely on the bearing of each clamp. This leaves tho edgo of tho clamps sticking up past the edgo of tho stone. Tho noxt step is to push all those, ends over the edge and burnish them tight. A pushing tool Is used for this, a pleoe of soft steel about three inches long, filed to a small squaro end and fitted in a round handle. When tho clamps aro all firm In their as tho term places they are brlght-eut- , is. Tho clamps aro trimmed to a point with three cuts, two on tho sides and ono on tho top. Tho setter cuts away from tho stone, and must be careful not to dig too deep into the gold, or ho will push tho wholo clamp away from tho stone; then, to mako a good job, tho stono must come out and tho clamp bo bent Inward again. Some who manufacture tbo finest goods do clamps on not bellevo In bright-cuttinrings, as the (sharp edges left aro very sovero on gloves worn over them. A setter employed by these firms merely files the clamp to a point, and the polisher buffs it round on top when tho work gets its last finish. sharp-pointe- I I FOOLING WITH MOONSHINERS. Only One of the United States Deputy Mar.bal. Came Hack Whole. V. mind reader, gave proof to the satisfaction of those present, that there was notonlysomethingin mind reading, but that he was one of that sort of people himself. After several doubting remarks by the boys, Mr. Andrews' temper raised a little. He assured Mr. Myers, the clerk in the Company store, that if he would hide an article he would find it; now, that is it you'are not a negatio, he said. A pocket knile had already been hidden and mind reading set up after many funny blunders and a great A Ruadku. deal of laughing. IlotfNklrt Diiurrr. seem as though a dog's intelligence had been taxed to the highers limit when it is taught sue cessfully to waltz, to box, to leap and to turn somersaults, nnd jet there has even more been accomplished in canine education by that marvelous trait' er, Prol. Macare, who was in Philadelpia last week with his troop of performing dogs and monkeys. To teach a dog to even sit up and beg is sufficiently difficult from an amateur's standpoint, but when it conies" to the point where the frisky tetrieris trained to manipulate skitts a la I.ele Fuller, in perfect time to music, then the gasps: What next?" Matty who saw this act last week were under the impression that a very small child had been made up like a' d 6g, but there is no mlstalo ing thellttle hairy feet that flashed in and out irotti beneath the filmy draperies, nor did the curly blonde wig mislead anyone who was close enough tojscethe litttle pointed nose, , A It would was known In the United States marshal's ofilco at Nashville that wildwhisky was coming down tho Cumcat berland river. Tho marshal was new In office, says Opto Read In one of bis yarns, and thcreforo was determined to do his duty, which, of course, was to seo that tho Illicit distilleries, no matter how remoto, should bo destroyed, and that the distillers should bo brought to justice. His predecessor in ofllco had been llkowlso determined, and bad sent brave mon to tho mountains, but whisky had continued to como down tho Cumberland river. Tho proscnt marshal, Capt. Hayes, an old confede Ate officer, said that ho thought that when tho boys found out that ho really wanted thorn to quit thoy would do so. Ho understood them, ho knew tholr natures, their Impulsiveness and their disposition to yield to persuasion. So ho sent a doputy and four men to tell tho boys to quit. One night about a week later somoono rang tho door bell, and tho marshal himself went to tho door. "Why," said ho, "havo you got back, CaneyV" Cunoy unsworod: "Yea, juBt about." It Tho exiled king and queen reached England, nnd there the died in 1850. Ever afterwards Comte do Parts has occupied tho position of pretender to tho Fronch throne. He has lived a very quiet life, enlivened by very slight conspiracies, none of which involved any very dangerous schemes, and as a result ho has been very llttlo before tho public cyo. The only time, indeed, when be camo very prominently beforo tho world was In 1801, when, accompanied by his brother, Due do Chsrtres, and his uncle, Prlnco do Jolnvlllc, he camo to America and offered his scrrlccs as a volunteer to aid In the preservation of tho union. Gen. McClcllan, then commander of the army of the Potomac, made him and his brother officers on his stuff, with tho rank of captain. John Jacob Astor, whoso name will always be a synonym for millionaire In tho United States, was also on tho staff of the general. Both the distinguished foreigners were obedient, and thoroughly acquainted with tho duty of their positions. Comte do Paris was repeatedly intrusted by Qen. McClcllan with Important and dangerous commissions, which he fulFor filled with credit and ability. moro than a year tho comte participated in tho varying fortunes of tho army of tho Potomac, accepting no pay for his services. France began shortly nf tcr this to in Mexican affairs, and there arose a coolness. between this country and tho comte's, which led to tho comte's resignation, lest ho might be called upon to fight his own people. He therefore resigned his commission, In spite of Gen. MeClellan's efforts to retain his services. The overthrow of Napoleon III. and tries ftstrctttf n 11 r4 Vin cnnntiil i last enabled the comte to return to France. The third republic, very soon after it was established, fell Into the bands of a coalition of royalists, who permitted the Orleans princes to return to their native land and restored them their estates, which had been confiscated by Napoleon III., with forty million francs as an Indemnity for the deprivation of their revenues. Tho comto received his share, and also his ancestral estate. For awhile it seemed very probable that tho monarchy would bo restored; but, as the partisans of the other claimants refused to help them, the French people at last got tired and became for the most part good republicans. In 1673, when It was too late to do any good, all the claimants to tho French throne, except tho Uonapartists, recognized the comto as de jure king of France. A royalist demonstration in 1880 led to the cxtlo of the comte and all members of his family. He took up his residence in England, and from that country issued manifestoes declaring that tho men who were ruling Franco had lost tho confidence of the people, and tho only salvation of the nation was to restore the monarchical form of government. The new head of tho French royal Louts Philllppo Robert is house quick, Intelligent, active, energetic, passionately fond of movement, and uncompromising in tho expression of bis thoughts and feelings. In disposition and temperament ho is singularly unlike his father, who was ono of the best Informed men living, a deep thinker and a scholar. What influence the new pretender will exert on tho destinies of Franco cannot be guessed, but tho probabilities aro that, like his father, he will live and die a mere pretender a king without a throno or a crown. g d "Whoro is tho deputy mondial?" "Well, ho's book, too." "Why didn't ho como round'" "Wall, I 'lowed that his folks needed him moro than you dld bo I unloaded him there. "What, do you mean that ho's hurt? "No, not hurt now, but ho was. Ho's dead at present. I'm tho only ono that got baok wholo." "Well, I declare. Didn't you tell thoso boys that I wanted them to quit tholr foollshnoss?" 3 "Yes, and they mast have Ifcen hard of hearing, for they kept ot Very Considerate. Tt j Fogg says thatjils maid of all work is a yory thoughtful girl. When sua dropped a costly piece of china, on Ojo lloor tho othor duy she was not at all annoyed. She merely remarked that It was luoky sho dropped tsmt ,nnil nttiifllrnii tliA niiAmit ittiin t ft rs v "" sucu it beforo she had swupt. Doston ' '; terror umotj me iuru umv uiojr jjjacd the sallr tho oext (Jar Transcript, Foundation of a Fortune. Tho assassination of President Carnot has made tho fqrtuno of thoharduaro dealer In Cctto where Cuserlo bought tho knife with which ho committed ids crime. Slnco tho origin of tho knife becamo known no day has passed without Gulllaumo's receiving orders for tho "Carnot polgnard." Theso orders como not only from France, but also from foreign countries, In such numbers that the dealer cannot fill them. One house in Brussels alone ordered thrco hundred. SPENT MUCH MONEY. The rhlldren of a Vienna Hanker W ho Had lloner to Hum and llurnrd It. Princess YpsllantI, who died In Vienna a few days ago, belonged to ono of tho oldost families In Austria and was born lu Vienna March 13, 1815. Hor father was the lata Baron Simon SIna von Hodos und Klzdia, and her mother a member of tho famous RouBaron manian family of Ghllca. Slna wub tho sou of Goorgo SIna, tha woalthlcst banker In Vienna. Baron Slna received on bis father's death This 00,000.000 florins, or tMS.OOO.OOO. immvnsa sum was divided on the death his three daugh of Baron Slna botweon ters, each receiving nearly 815.000,000. Ono of tho daughters married Qcorgo Mavrocordato, a member of one of tba noblest families of Greece. Tho second married tho spendthrift Duo do Castries, a relative of thu latu Marshal of Franco. The third daughter, Heleno, November S3, 1832, when thu was but 17 years old, marrlod Prince Gregory YpsllantI, a native of Eplrus aud son of Demetrius YpsllantI, whoso valorous deeds during tho Greek revolution tnado thn namo of YpsllantI famous throughout tho world. During tho siege of tho city of Naupllu, Demetrius, with a small body of GreekB, ono night sailed ",'""" "'paw '" " '" '" " werininumwnB I'rlnes Gntfoty YpsllantI yu tha Ohio County Dirootory. Greek onroy In Vienna, for many years. IIo was n man of Independent mean), CIRCUIT COURT. asldo from tho great fortune- brought Hon W. T On en, Judge Owensto him by his wife, and served his country for honor alone, refusing nil com- boro. pensation for his duties or Its diploHon. J. Edwin Rowc, Attorney mats representative in Austria. Owensboro. Prince (Jrcgory YpsllantI died in Paris John W. Black. Jailer Hartford. on February ZO, 1880, and was succeeded G. B Likens, Clerk Hnrtford. as head of his family by his eldest son, B. D Ringo, Master Commissioner--HI'rlneo Emmanuel, who Is now a lad of art lord. 16. Threo weeks after his death tba G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund bankruntrv of thn nrlncona was an. Hartford. nounoed, to tho amarement of the aris C. P. Keown, Shcrifi Hattford. tocratic circles of Vienna and Athens, Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, rrinco Gregory hod been a man of Roberts, S. T. quiet and retiring deposition, Jos. II Cromwell, Fordaville, Bishop, Stevens, Thos. R. but ho and his wife had manngrd to Centertown. get rid of (23,000,000 In years, and Court convenes first Monday in the wldowod princess found herself March nnd August and continues In debt 81.000.000 three weeks, and third Monday in May and November ewo weeks. I will oiler for public sale on the COUNTY COURT. Whitesville and Hnrtford road 8 John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M Hocker, Clerk Hnrtford.-K- . miles North of Hartford on Saturday P. Ncol, Attorney Hartford February 16, 1895, the following Court convenes first Monday in catproperty: One horse, one yoke each month. tle, two milch cows nnd calves, sheep QUARTERLY COURT. and hogs, two road wagons, breech-ing- s Begins on the third Monday in and lines, catt nnd harness, farm- January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. ing implements, household and Convenes first Monday in January kitchen furniture. and Tuesday after the first Monday Terms made known on day ot sale. in October. J. S. Dartlett. 27 2t. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor- Notice. Springs. Mr. Galen C. Westeifield has taken School Sttperiu Z II. Shultz, a position with Tim RnrunucN as tendent Hattlord. N C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. general solicitor nnd collector. Any Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. and all business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse Keeper Hartford. The JUSTICES COURTS. showed no baking powder Hartford A. S. Anil, Sulphur so pure or so great In leav- Springs, March 2, June 1, September 2, December 2. ening power as tho Royal, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson, Prentis, March 9, June 8, September 7, DeDon't Atop Tobacco, HOW TO CURR Y0URSRU WllILB cember 7. Roslnc C. L. Woodward, Center-towUsing It. The tobacco habit grows March 13. June 13, September on n man until bis nervous system is 13, December 13. seriously effected, imparing health, Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, comfort and happiness. To quit sud- March 30. June 29, September 28, denly is to severe a shock to the sys- December 28. Boling, Fordsville James A. tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, Barretts Ferry, March )6, June 15, becomes a stimulant that his system September 14. December 14. continually craves. Barco-Curis a CONSTABLES scientific cure for the tobacco habit Hattford Hosea Shown, Beda. Buford I L. Patton. Buford. in all Its forms, carefully compound Fordsville J. H. Oiler. Fordsville, ed after the formula of nn eminent Rosine Thos Oiler. Roslne. Berlin Physician who has used it in Cromwell R. B. Mirtin, Cromhis private practice since 1873, with- well. POLICE COURTS. out a failure, purely vegetable and Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; guaranteed petlectly harmless. You P. Stevens, Marshal, B. I Kelly, can use all the tobacco you want, J Attorney. Court held every second Barco-Curwhile taking it will noti- Monday in each month Beaver Dam- - D A. Miller, Judge; fy you when tostop. We given writheld Court , Marshal. ten guarantee to permanently cure first Saturday in any case with three.boxes, or refund July and October. January, April, the money with 10 per cent, interest Cromwell I P. Cooper, Judge; Barco-Curis not a substitute, but a Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held scientiftic cure, that cures without the second Saturday in January, April, aid of will power and with no incon- July and October. L Francis, Judge; D. Hamilton venience. It leaves the system as W Roll, Marshal. Court held on pure and free from nicotine as the third Saturday in January, April, July day jou took your first chew or and October. Rockport W. P. James, Judge; smoke. Sold by all druggists, with J. J Gilem, Marshal. Court held on our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per first Mondays in January, April, box, three boxes, (thirty days treat- July and October. Rosine J. D. Bycrs, Judge: II. ment,) $1 56, or sent direct upon re- Court ceipt of price. SEND SIX TWO- - Morris Marshal. mo.ith, held first Saturdays in each CHNT STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. J. W. Garrett. Marshal. Courts held on fourth Saturday tn January. April, Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Company, Manufacturing Chemists, July and October. COMMERCIAL CLUB. La Crosse, Wisconsin. Meets at Court House every 2d nnd 4th Friday night J. S. R. WedI.OCIaVIM.K.BT. I.OU1S TEX. R.C ding, President, C. R. Martin, SecWESTBOUND daily daily. retary. No. 53. No. 51, TOWN TRUSTEES. Lv U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m W. G. B D Ringo, Chairman; Ky. Street . . . 645 pin 7 45 am West Point . . 7 5 p m 8 25 a m Hardwick. Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. P. Morton. . . , 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Field, John Howard SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Willowdale . . 7 39 p in 8 37 a m L. F. Wojrner, Rowan Holbrook, Rock Haveu . 7 47 P n 8 45 a m Long Branch . 7 55Pin3 53ni Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. 8 04 p m 9 02 a m Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, SecBrandenburg 8 13 p m 9 11 a in retary. Kkron Guston . . . . 8 21 p ni 9 19 a m RELIGIOUS. Irvingtoa . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Coleman, Webster . . . . 8 38 p ni 9 39 a m Pastor. Services secoad Sunday in Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a in each month, at 1 1 a. m and 7 p. m. 8 55 p 111 9 56 a m Prayer meeting every Thursday evenPierce Sample. . . . 9 00 pin 10 00 a in ing. M. E. Church Stephensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a ra Rer. E E Pate. , 9 14 p m 10 14 a m Addison Pastor. Services every third Sunday Holt . . . 9 17 p m 10 20 a m in each month at 11 a. tu and at 7 Cloverport Prayer meeting every Wed9 e8 p m 10 33 a m p. in Shops . 9 31 p m 10 37 a ra nesday night. Skillman . Christian Church Rev. I. II. Teel, 9 43 p m 10 50 a in Hawesville Services first Sunday in 9 54 p m 1 1 02 a m Pastor. p m 11 09 a ni each month, morning and night. Petrie . . . 10 02 p ra 11 15 a ra Falcon . . 10 07 SECRET SOCIETIES Cayce . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a in Rockport Lodge. No 312, P. & A. 18 11 25 a ra M. meets regularly on the firtt and Lewisport 10 Waltman . 10 25 p ra 11 33 a ra third Saturday nights in each month. . . Powers 10 35 p m 1 1 43 a m Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Pates . . . 1048 p ra 11 56 a m No, 675 F. & A. Masons, first Monp m 12 06 p in day night in each month. All bteth-re- n Owensboro 10 59 Mattingly . it 09 p 111 12 18 p in invited to attend regularly. are Griffith . . :1:4 pm 1223 pra G.J. Bean, W M. Shelby Taylor Sec18 p in 12 27 pin retary. Stanley . . n Worthlngton 11 25 p m 12 35 p in Hough River Lodge No. 1 10 Knights Reads . . . . 11 33 p ra 12 42 p in of Pythias. Meets everv Saturday . . 11 45 p m 12 53 p ra night at Masonic Hall, B. D. Ringo, Spottsville Basketts . . . n 53 p m 12 59 p ra C. C. Ar, Henderson 1210 am 115pm EAST BOUND dialy daily No. 52. No 54 Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m Basketts . . . . 7 34 a ra 3 to p ra Spottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p m 8 50 a m 3 23 p m Reads Worthlngton . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p in w--J J V JV 'Ui j(kA Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p ra fC(l M t"- cs- Griffith . . 809am 3 41 pin tV3 .. Mattingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p m -' rXQlft Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p ra Tht iterner and mart revolting 8 40 a m 4 08 p ra phases of life are subdued and tho higher Pates . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p m Powers . . qualities of friendship and love obtain Waltman . . . . 905 a m 4 29 p in on tho yielding ot human suffering and Lewlsport 9 13 a ra 4 36 p m Co yce 42pm ths restoration of health, strength and 9i9ara4 Falcon The following is calcu9 23 a tn 4 45 p m contentment. Petrie 9 29a m 4 51 pra lated to assuage human passion and beHawesville . , . 9 37 a m 4 59 P got elevated thoughts and actions: II. Skillman . . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p m S. Cate, merchant, North Oakland, Pa., Shops 1000 a m 521 p ra Cloverport . . 1005 a 111524 p ra writes: "Please send six bottles of Dr. 10 20 a 111 5 36 p m Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure to Holt Addison . . . 10 23 a tu 540 p ra Samuel Cate, Amcsburg, Mass. It Is Stephensport . 1028 am 5 45 pm for my mother, who would be glad to Sample , . . 10 37 a m 5 5 P rn give you a strong recommendation of Pierce . . . . 10 41 a m 5 57 p m this medicine, as sho thinks it has proLodiburg , , 10 49 a tn 6 06 p m longed her life." It is equally good in Webster . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 p tn all kidnoy diseases, female complaints, Irvlngton . . . w 05 a m fl 32 p ni blood and skin diseases, etc. If satisGuston . . , 11 14 a in 6 40 p ra faction not given money refunded. Taks Kkron . . 11 22 a tn 648 p ra Brandenburg . 11 31am 558 pm koine a bottle Long Branch . 1 1 39 a in 7 07 p ni Rock Haven . 1 1 47 a ui 7 14 p m Tliellarllardl'hal Car. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Willowdale . . 11 53 a ra 7 Ji p ra Howard . . . 12 02 p m 7 30 p m has located his Photo Car West Point . . 13 05 pm 7 35 p m in Hartford and will make Pictures Ky. Street . . 12 45 pm 8 15 p ra Monday here every all day 1 00 p tn 8 30 p m Ar. U. Louisville in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. II. C, MORDUI!, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky- Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the ?X'ir,S,i,ABents.75 time. We are glad to say he ranks IM iinI WufcMtlltlM lUbUIH.kHwbr, up with the ablest Photographers in 4lBMbf iMtllJ UM ftJftiU. oAU'CiaVJ uim, rlM u4 4rU thm jQTQfirtrff 'si work guaran tUul fiU Ut kull Th the State. First-claspush tmiui, It MMfclaa 4mi Utf'tL IM,fci,IUk4 ub. teed. Mil bwfhl llfM Mld4 bin tiiU4hMmiihiH "When beauty conies he takes It; Vka4lI.M.MiuM.CM9, eSbJs93Ae?"lis,Ma.nuu4 ciniHrm If there is none he makes it," nM ' ' " "" ll'HWWH JIIIIUIWW IlI'MUlllMOl IM'I IllilWIHIIIII ,IIM1 Ml .Tt: - Consumption wan foraiorly pronoiinood incurable. of tho early stages of the diaenso .Now it in not In all Scott's Emulston lSTS- will effect a euro quickor than any othor knonn upoclfic. 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