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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895021501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. W"1 JTaTir tsstP i2!&!EjSi ESOS1 tfHQ9XUB Y 1 t Tiir AnrniihiN hatm OP AUK VKKV KKAiOMAUUt AHI CIRCULATION IS VERY URGE. Haeteobd Republican. HAHTFOHD, KY., FlttDAY, FEJBKUARY 15, 1895. Till: I.ASII OI'MI.JIOHY. L. L WE DO JOB WORK rm-xrovx- Will show how you atand with The Republican. Pay up and one year In Advance And we will sond you Tho Louisville ns?" PROFESSIONAL 0" JKATX TOV TAIJ r ssji-xxcl- . Weokly Commorolal one year ' freo. Subscrlbo at once. VOL. VII. NO. 29. Latest U. S. Gov't Report OARD. A Ivory 6oap 9f KNIOIIT. Dehind the Henry pilgrim lics.tliough ' dark IiIh path may be, An ever blooming paradfso the land ol memory; soul first d retimA land in which ed thedrenms of youth and fime, And life, in nil the witchery, seemed the romance ot a name. A name to fill the niter years, as stars the fields sublime, Rem'mb'r'd in anation's tears through all the tides of time; In fortune's sea ol smiles to bask mid oil her wealth command Seemed but an idle school boy's task in that romantic land No ills It Floats -- t.r, a oamsi oo, corn. BE5T FOR SHIRTS. th WsMimmM Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R, R, 11135 3313 SI4 JWLNJS DCTWECN LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS. i. l& that vex the passing hour disturb that land's repose, Or pilfer of a single flower this empire of the rose; In spite of lile's dark checkered way, its brood ot caress that iret, This land in one perennial May still holds the violet! No brush has ever limned that land leas, its Its sunny, vales and summits grand, memories; its Its skies that bend without a break, its waters bright nnd clear, Its graves ol melody that make a sonnet of the year. Dut, oh, removed by countless skies and intervening tears, This blisHul land behind us lies deep in tbe distant yeats, Barred by n thousand setting suns that blend their burnished rays, And guarded by the sentry guns of slight yeterdays! clover-scented love-born ALSO rnoM AND TO CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE. A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. -- Do not purchase a Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Dosporato Until you have ceuiultnl an Agent of the C. O. & S. W. R. R. T. B. I Ok. Hand to Hand Fight with- - an Indian. U1IITHD TRAIN'S, rCLLaUC HUFffcT sr.KKWtRS, MUUKRN KQCirMFNI JOHN' XCIIOLS, GO. Mil tOUItVIL... Thrllllnc Incident of l'lnneer Uaya tilnnt Joe In ltrntnrky-llo- w LogMnn Did lint tie Ulth a Naked C!' ASS. , 0T Conqnrre.'. Navace anil Kf. One of the noted characters of pioneer days was Joe Logston, a gigantic Kentuckian.who settled on the banks of tbe Ohio river not many miles beHe low Cincinnati, says Enquirer. was a poweriul fellow, six feet four inches in his moccasins, and proportionally stout and muscular, with the agility of a cat nnd the courage of a He excelled in many of the lion. feats of strength and skill that made men conspicuous in those days, when such accomplishments were requisite and a necessity in the fierce stuggle for supremacy over savage men and beast. Logston was a great hunter, but had achieved some distinction as an Indian fighcr, and olten boasted that it gave him more pleasure to pursue the red man than it did to follow the trail of the wild game that infested the almost unbroken wilderness. On one occasion the interpid buns ter was carelessly riding along an established trail through the dense woods on tbe back ofa fine horse that I8JU8TA9C00DF0RADULT8, lie had captured from an Indian chief, WARRANTED. PRICE GOcts, when the unexpected crack of a couOH ATtA. riX5.,N0Y.lMJ. t?ftrUMAdlotDCo., ht. Loom, Mo. ple ol rifles roused him to a realizayesvr, WO bottlta of (JetiUemon Wo sold OHOVlrS TABTKLKSS CHILL TONIC .ml jut One of the bullets tion of danger. gross already thU year. In ill oir ex boustit thr business. Jut ric of li year, la th drop tnlvtrsfu siUa scraped his breast bone, making a such TroUaArtWl0th&traT Yours truly. taaUoa tout Toalc. The other ball slight flesh wound. y Wllllum A flrl!.Hnrllorl struck his horse in the loins nnd it Tor tale sank to the ground with its rider. As he struggled to release himself from the floundering beast two Indians rutdied from their concealment and dashed toward him with uplifted tomh ahawks and exultant shouts. Circati and Trad Mirk obtained nJ atl patent pinioned to the ground, with Vuilnest conducted for UOUKIUTK mfl. Uj office li In Ott Immediate vicinity of th Tatcut Office, one leg beneath the dying horse, he tad toy itclt ties lor securing patents are uniurpatiad Send mode!, sketch or photograph of Invcmloo. with managed to bring his trusty rifle to detcrlptlM and statement at to advantace claimed JtflfogSarae mad for an opinion a to bear upon the approaching savages, patentability and my fe for prosecuting the and they, well knowing its unerring application trill no! be tatted far until tho patent i allow d, "iMvatsToaa GtrtDi," coo. nth., halted, and then sought safety ulnlnf full laformatlon tent fret All fomnUfti cation Considered fti BtrtcUf CoDfllcnlUl. One ol the behind adjacent trees. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH Indians, however, was not" quick WASIIIKQTON, II. C tsa Street, enough to place himself entirely beU.K. Car. on hind the protecting tree before the J, I, Careon, bullet of the expert white man had pierced his back and he fell with a Disengaging himfractured spine. self from his horse the wary white man regained his feet, and, seeing the other savage reloading his rifle Careful Estimates made on all Car- sprang toward him with his gun raispentering and Building Terms ed to strike. The Indian dropped his Ilartlord, Ky ramrod in his excitement, but grasp-iu- g his tomahawk he hurled it with Logs-to- n ferocious lorce nt his enemy. dodged the flying weapon, nnd, dashing forward with uplifted rifle, SvEATSJRADEMARKsl struck at his foe. The Indian leaped aside and the gun struck a sapling COHYKIlaH I S. (UN I 0IITA1N A TATHNTf For a and was shivered to pieces The disfrouipt aniwer aud an hone.t opinion, write to MIlHNdsttl.rJfeHTobaitnearliBhuMri1 appointed white man then clinched butlnraa, Comrannlra. lIwrionMlnthapateiti TASTELESS HILL li With his edversary, who was his equal in size and strength, but his inferior in the tclence of wrestling, and this enabltd the hunter tp throw But Ills antagonist to the ground the Indian, being naked withhisbody well oiled, was able to slip from the cluctieti of the exasperated white man and regnin his feet For nenrlynn hour these two giants each n Goliah fought like gladiators in the desperate struggle to conquer or die. The terrific contest caused au increase flow of blood from the wound In the breast of the white man made by the bullet ot the Indian, and he began to feel that his ftrength was givBut he determined to end ing out the combat, it possible, before his antagonist should secure a greater advantage over him. And when the Indian had again crawled from his grasp, nf ter being flung to the ground, he j umpted to his feet nnd, ns his rose up, he dealt .him a blow with his fist that would have done credit to Corbett. The surprised savage fell, and as he staggered to his feet he received a second blow from the strong arm of the pugilistic pioe neer that streched him halt to the ground Beforehecould rise Logston leaped upon his prostrate form with both feet and attempted to stamp the breath from his body. The Indian caught him by the legs and tripped him to the ground, and again the combatants engaged in a The red terrible tu ssle for victory. man was almost exhaurted Irom Hie blow and stamping he had been sub', jected to and his adversary succeeded iu seizing him by the throat with a cluch that closed his breathing and rendered his resistance weaker and weaker until he lasped into unconsciousness As soon as the Indian became insensible Logston released his hold upon his throat, and running to where the tomahawk lay.he picked it up, and returning to the side of the savage, he clove his skull ttith the weapon, then turned his attention to the crippled warrior, whose cry of despair ns he witnessed the death of his companion had reached the ear of the victorious hunter nnd recalled his presence. The unfottunate savage had crawled to a log, against which he had rested and reloaded his gun, but his broken back would not pemit him to rise, and ns he would raise his weapon to shoot he would topple forward on his face and could only raise himself again by pushing the gun to the ground and pressing himself against it. Seeing that the wounded savage was fatally wounded and unable to escape, and not caring to run any risk ol .being shot by a cripple, the wenricd hunter hastened back to the fort and told the story. Covered with blood and dirt, his appearance gave s ome indication of the severe contest be dad passed through. uncon-scienc- BRAVE MARSHALS OF TEXAS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Who Uphbldatho Law in tho Lono Star 1 Stato. t- ssrrwM Baking X&ZZZJ& - .flart ftnvlanml Joe I'limmlng were fen red bQhe Oullntroln their Neeiionnr me touiitrj' Jan IvTNnltt In ABSOLUTELY ed but little, PURE . OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Davleii and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. OflJee, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, "W B, L-TTL- Hnte lleen n Womnn. rose. -- though he was not HIS SQUAW HEART BROKEN.! Jne, S. fllenn, J. B. It. Wedding--, UJjEWW & WEDDING, N C Pay VI lint Thou Iiut.nl-thoug- r J. L. Carson & Son. A Handbook ot ttona strictly cunflttentlal concerning I'ntenle and bow to ob- thm ..nt t books Jala and tclanllflaree. AIM a catalogue of neuiaa lent Ireo. & Co. reoelTe Patent, tskeu through Muon special notice IntbeHrlentl no A merlrnn, and tlin. are brought wld.ir tteforetbe public wltb oat C(f.t in taa inT.nior. ion .picuuiu iwi r utueawMiir eieaantiriiirtiratea na.nrr.iioa larveit rirculation of an. aientttle work In tbe world. S I a T.ar Hanipl. cople. ..nt tree. Uotidlni Mtloo, nsontnir. iio a rear rlin.le o)ie.'Jicent. Brer number contains beau II ful plates. In colors, and Pbotrwirsnh of new bouses, with plane, enabling bullderso show the fkieal itsilmi end contrite tl Addraa CO, WiW YOUK. UOi DkuaowAT. atUNN There is one point to which I look with interest at the close of every jear. It is ns to how our hard working country preachers have been treated by their churches. Somehow many of our churches have fallen into the practice of promising their pastors a certain sum of money for the year's service, and at the close of the year, alter the wotk is done, they pay off tbe old preachers, in part, by calling another man, who will be treated the same way at the end of the next year. I would be glad if this weiea rare thing, butlkndw that it has been done frequently. It is my ptrsonal opinion that this sort of business is very little better than stealing As a general thinga preacher that won't pay his debts is not esteemed very highly by the community, but many of the preachers are absolutely unable to pay their debts the churches have not paid them what they promised to pay. It is not possible for a preacher to pay wlicn he receives nothing, and it is a burning shame that his own church makes it necessary for him to be thus humiliated, and the cause thus hurt I think that a church that Is able to pay the pastor whathas been promised him, nnd out of sheer dishonesty don't do it, ought to have a place In the "Kogue's gallery," so as to be a A church warning to that is not able to pay what hasJieen prgmUed. ought not to promise more than can be paid To do this is disThese are pMn words but honest the leader need not become offended at them unless they hit him, and if he or his church is guilty I hope he will consider hlmselfns personally other-preacher- Onnl, i iTABLER'SIITI BUCKEYE I II U! OINTMENT 13 CO.. P il -- the trustees and patrons of District No 56, do hereby certify that I C. Hoover has taught three five months public school- - in the above named district and has given general satlsiaction and furthermore recom..inmf atAirafl. mend him to any district that wants lAilltl . it iu ana lor au At.. ...Il.lna .!,. rr tA it.' a teacher. Heas justclosed poaltiT and prored raniedy. tbla U a his school in our district with a genblood for a cure. TU " depend upot the pupils. Tieache. It, through the blood, at eral average of forty-fou- r We, TAKE STEW W TIME. Wbon your piooa u uuvui order, you can't afford to wait A riigbt cold, in thU acrofuloua condition, U enough to threaten you .Hh fVin.umntton. At ,tho flrat eymptom of any wanVnM. in tha lunn. or with any oough that yoit can't teem to set rid of, thould take Doctor Iou Golden Medical For Coniump. DUcoTery tlon fUelf, axcept in the to and hold me responsible. Western Recorder. Itrrouiiiieiidnllou. o" first-cla- ss CURES NOTHING BUT PJIES.J A ouhb ana uckimin wukb known for IB years as tho DE8T REMEDY for PILES. I lUltUJIl Alibliuvuuinini 81. UU1J. ftnirillrUGSAUOCH UII ibtklna; Ju can. Not only thU. but awry ---7 ooroiui. in wuueuu.v-wfern 9i Beyer Unmrln,: UougM,.ji Aiinma,LunM, mUVX ail Bronchial, llliuie ana uuu cure, ATr tlou, it U (niararwawl to benefit or your money U returned. Tor Colio, Diarrhea, Pyeentery, Cholera Mortnu ami Cholera Infantum, take Dr. riaroe'i Oonwound Extract ot Bmart-wee- " Our school is now in good condition. I P. Turnhr, Ch'm'n. When in town and you feel hungry nnd tired, call on Hall Bros, and get a good lunch, with hot coffee. The Lone StarState has been notedlitf" posse wereout after cattle thieves ,n(1 Joe ditl return at night from always for thelbravery of its sheriffs At dawn the next and town marshals, for the various a scouting trip. counties and 'villages werent one morning the officers struck out on "Little Joe's" trail. It led toward a time intested by outlaws and Not among the least conspi-cion- s small brush, and there they found the But of thes'wns 3ort Davis, one of lifeless bodj of Joe Cutnmings. the first town marshals of Del Norte. be rllr-- mm!, tnrnnlv two rnrtr'ilo'M Mort well served his town in the ear- were found left in his belt. A bullet ly days prior to Texas entering" upon wound in his breast told how he had her statehood, when the methods of died. They buried the body near where it some people made it necessary for a was found, and the strange part of it marshal to turn street corners squarewas that the men who officiated at ly, like soldiers. interment stated afterward that Mort did not pose as a saint, but the found indisputable proof that simply as a true and loyal Texan and they "Little Joe" was a woman in dismarshal, and that was wiry bid men, guise, but many persons doubted the both white and Mexican, feared him of and sought his life. One day one of truth the statement. Pennsylvania Grit. a party of three border ruffians sent a pistol ball at him while he was turnCotton and Nlljer Men Complain. ing a corner, and Mort fell to the St. Augusinb, Fla., Jan. 17, 1895. pavement, severely wounded by a I have visited several old sugar bnllct in his side. But Davis was plantations in Florida during the last true game to the core, and drawing week, The great ireezc which drophis gun with difficulty, but deliberped the mercury ao below freeting ately, fired three shots nt the would-bpoint from Falatka to St Augustine assassins, who at once turned and fled. has frozen a third of the orange crop But the marshal got his man. The and killed all the old trees. The caruffian who had shot him fell mortallamity brings sadness to all Florida, ly wouuded and died were he dropped when I asked Judge Hunt of Falatka to the ground. One of his companhow he felt about it he said: ions had, also, been wounded, and "This frost has been a calamity to left a trail ol blood that led directly our State, but it stops with the orange to the Red Light, a notorious bar- groves. Overproduction has killed room and gamin'house. Deputy Mar- the orange industry and Providence shal Bill Fleming and a posse raided has come to our rescue. But there is In the fight that ensued, another overproduction in the South the place. two men were shot, but Fleming got in a worse condition than the orange the wounded outlaw. crop." The prisoner was placed in the "What Is that?" I asked. town lock up, but the next morning "It is cotton, sir. Our farmers are his lifeless body was found hanging now getting 3 yi and cents a pound 4 from a stout sign post. Mort, when for what we used to get 10 cents for, told of the end ot the wounded out- and it is going lower every day. law, smiled griinl and said it was When I think how foolish we Southdoubtless a cise of suicide. erners have acted it makes me sick. Davis was several months in recovWe had the chance to save oruselves ering from the wound, but when he offered U3 and we threw It away. again resumed his duties he found We are now convinced of our own himself regarded with due fear by foolishness." One day he nearly all "Well, what have you done?" I chased a horscthief,whom he desired asked. to arrest, and fired several ineffectual "We could not have done worse," shots at him. The fellow sought refsaid the Judge. "We know new that uge in the bar room ot the Burnt Rag, cheap wool is a substitute for cotton. where a dozen of the toughest characThat is cheap cotton was substituted in Western Texas were congreters gated. When Mort, with drawn pis- for wool, but not cheapwool is a subtol, bravely followed, he foind the stitute all over the North far cotton. Cheap Thibet, Asiatic and Austrarough patrons of the house standing 1 6 to as in a crowd, trying to conceal the fu- lian wool used to cost from cents. We Southerners thought it gitive thief. was smart to stab the wool farmers "Give me that man who just came and taketheiocentTariffoffof wool. in here!" exclaimed the marshal. We did it and now that same wool is "It's no use. It's Mort Davis," being sold to Nothern knit shirt and ejaculated one of the crowd, with an cloth factories for from 6 to 15 cents. oath, nnd instantly the fugitive was With 6 cent wool the mills are throwdelivered to the marshal by the desing back our cotton. Who would peradoes. not give two cents a pound more for That was only one instance of the woolen shirts or cloth than for the wholesome fear with which ruffians same things made of cotton?" regarded Mort Davis. It seems that "How much cotton will this throw the lawless element came to regard out of the market?" I asked. him as having a charmed life, for he, ''A million bales, sir. A friend of had arrested and lock- mine who has been in the New York, ed ujg three Mexican at Connecticut, and Massachusetts mills one time. During his three years as writes me that 'cheap foreign wool is town marshal, he was shot at once hurting the South more than the again, but that shot finished poor North. It will reduce the demand Mort. He got it through the heart for cotton a million bales,' he says, lrom the opposite side of the street 'and send the prices ol cotton down one dark, stormy night, and tbe au- to 3 cents to our cotton farmers.' thorities never learned who was the Then t.ee what idiots we have been on the sugar question!" assassin. "What have you done?" I asked. Then there was Deputy Sheriff Joe "Why, we Southern men voted solCuramiugs, "Little Joe," they called him. He was never known to drink idly against the bounty on sugar. whisky or mescal, and could sing al- Sugar was growing prodigiously in Florida, Southern Alabama, Louisimost like an angel. By his successful career as a man hunter and by bis ana and Texas, It was spreading all heroic but pathetic death, now com- along the Gulf of Mexico lrom Lake memorated in song, he proved that Charles to Corpus Coristl. It was he was as brave as ajlon, while those going up the Brazos. In five years, who knew him best said he was as with the bounty which Germany gentle and kind as a woman and as kept on till she now makes sUIty true as steel to his word and his du million dollars' worth of sugar annu ally I say in five years this sugar ty- would have taken 2,000,000 hales of Toe was a small man, not over five cotton out of our way and put $5,000-00- 0 feet tall, and is remembered by some uoith of sugar in its place. He came, it Think of it, we Southerners have cut of the oldest residents. is said, from the eastern states, and off the demand for cotton a million was a peculiar Individual in those bales in the North and increased our days, when everybody used liquor product 2,000,000 bales in tbe South. He and nearly everybody gambled. "What made you do It?" I asked. first attached attention to his coolness silly, idiot "Oh, politics. Dog-oand bravery in a running street'fight ic politics. We thought we must with desperadoes in Lampasas, when back the Democratic party, and now he shot three of the gang of men who they've swamped themslves In the thought they would run the town. North and made paupers of us in the Old Sheriff Lea was so Impressed South." with Joe's courage that he got him "And what to you propose to do?" the appointment of deputy sheriff in "Whv let us put that wool Tariff another; county. back nnd let our cheap cotton take the place ol Asiatic wool, and then Becase oi the bravery in the per formance of duty "Little Foe" became put that sugar bounty on again and celebrated throughout Texas, and in send sugar into the the cotton fields. many ol the crude settlements was a Editorials In the papers and prayers Wherever he went he in the chutchers won't save us now. social lion. He ranked high in We must quit politics and use our made friends. three accomplishments, for he was a brains!" Ell Perkins in American crack shst, played skillfully upon the Ebonomist. guitar and sang with a rich, sweet xoncx. voice the dear old songs of the sunny warreTerraiaaIn atbe wjn" I VJW.tl WkUky Ulare.U Oplan south, Any one could tell there was tlatea to haie eae of mrbooae ea Utie die Jiaei. AddreM U. y. ffoeller. Atlaala, Cla. much in "Little Joe"because he talk. tier Ml, and one will be nal ;ea kea. . LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oTrr Anderton'a D.uar.) nt Will practice their profession in tit the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given, collections. Alas When the Kxeeullon W'. Over the Notary Public for Ohio count. -f- cVlclllii'a Wile Wa round Dead at III Foot ol n Tree, 'Wind in tho Night" Was Eillod by Shooting and Stifling. -- crara.es uft. Smith, e eyjl-doer- A horrible double tragedy is reported from the Choctaw nation, in Territory It was a stormy,for-blddi- ng day,but 50 persons had gathered about a pool of water. In Choctaw, "Over There" was sung and a was prayer the same language said. Then an old man read the story of the thief on the cross. At the conclusion of the reading there came from tbe little group a slender, quiet appearance Indian, who was led into a pool of baptism. Everything was conducted with utmost solemnity. The sleadcr brave was to be executed next' day for a' murder committed a year ago. He was known as because of his agility and secretive ways. Most the time while under sentence had been at liberty without bond or guard. He had thousands of opportunies to escape, The Indian never but would not. flinches from death, and on the day before that appointed time by the Judge for his execution he had come prepared to die. The next day a quiet procession wended its way to the place sf execution. A pino box was ready, and the Choctaw police and a United States Marshal were on hand to see that all was legal. The doomed man placed on a box and his breast bared. On it wa3 rudely drawn a heart for the marksman's eye. young wife, Who had not seemed to care, came to the Indian's side tremblingly, and, taking his hand, said something that must have meant good-bye- . He grunted some sort of reply and she went away. The doomed man was blindfolded and one of the Indian police stepped, raised his rifle and sent a bullet crashing into the criminal's breast. But he had not been killed. The aim had .n ATTORN! IY ATAI K IIARTFORII, HT. Will practice his profession in Ohis and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of publio square. : M. L. I Heavrik. HEAVRIN Shelby Tatiok. & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in sit the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Ap- -. peals. Special attention given ts collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. ' m . Perry Westerfield, Beaver Dam, Ky. Attorney at Law. D.OUFFT. D.D.BIKSS ttorneys ggt OTaxtfoxd, 3a.t'uc3c3r. Will practice mall courts of Ohis and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. &w, -- fi R. R. WEDDINQ Attorney at Law, Haktford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. W,H. BARIffES f ATTORNEY AT LiWI single-hande- cut-thro- not been, true, but the picture of the heart had been made on the right side. Torn and bleeding, the wretch ed man lay there, groaning. The police consulted as to whether or riot they should shoot him again. After the consultation, five men stepped forward and four held his limbs, while the fifth, placing his hands on his mouth and nostrils of the dying man. ended his misery. The body, yet warm, was wrapped in a sheet, placed in the pine box and buried under the willows. Choctaw justice having been satisfied, preparations were made to depart. One of the men turned to the woman, who all the time had sat leaning against a tree, and told her to get ready. Not receiving any answer and being vexed at her seeming indifference, he pushed her. She felt upon the ground, motionless. A single glance told she was dead. The bullet that had pierced the mimic heart upon his breast had broken hers of flesh and blood. Report Of No Creek school for five months term, ending Februarys, 1895: Etta McCorraick g6,Lydla Ward 96, Lydla Coffee 80, Carrie Shown 84, Bcloo McCormlck 97, Beulah Barnett 97, Stella Ward 94, Carrie Baird 80, Llda Baird 90, Vernie Woodward 70, Alma Baird 91, Ethel Ward So, Ola Edwards 94, Lura Stevens 93, Inn Stevens 90, Dena Carson 90, Gertrude Carson 93, Carry Wallace 90, John Chamberlln 95, Archie FoBter 85, Charlie Foster 80 Nat Ward 96, Oran Wallace 95, Wayne Woodward 80, Leslie Baird 80, Willie Chamberlin 82, JCrnest Bennett 93, Dudley Ward 85, Eddy Ward 75. Walter Baird 96, Ellis Foster 94, Frank Shown 95, John McCormlck 95, II. M. McCormlck 8s. Elmo Williams, Teacher. Mr. C. R. Martin, tbe hustling Jeweler.has moved his Jewelry stock to the L B. Bean old stand, and besides keeping the best stock of Jewelry in the Green River country, he will handle oil kinds ot Feed Stuff. gentleman, Mr. Martin is a and if you need anything in his line would do will to call on him. first-clas- s Hartford, Ky. counties and Court of Appeals. Bptsv lal attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in sH Ohio and adjoininf Jo. B.ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in ths courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Rkttjx-lic- an Building. J. ?J9 R. PERTLE MHsHfisBs SU HARTFORD, KBNTUCKt. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices moss reasonable. Office over DENTIST 9 Oe Williams Jo Bell's Drug Store. I S- - WSifIS 1 1 "QSgjflKx"' Is prepared to do all kinds Dental work at reasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford 1S1 Co's Feed Store. "STST". DENTIST. n Hartford, Kektuokt, 3D. DLsTTOia, wm Will draw drafts from s aits, asA cozy cottage up to a fine two sts house. Will draw plans ires m charge. Will make careful fitiastis sn all kinds of building), snd rsaktof Mt si old bouses. Motto "Lit let lire." Wanted. X Everybody to know that Grove Taatless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, LagrippeBad Colds & c, or your money will be refunded in every Instance. Sold by William Si Bell, Hartford Ky. i I ELECTRIC TEUrHOM oatritht, aa rat. nrnlt. JJttavM i4us,aWhwraauiftlS- - Orttslj asm o4 DM! mi ir OBtaHh. sUM 1MT tala Ami nf luabfl iVotu mJ 1b BoU m afaft ft U& UKfylMrMSW If. ha Dai tr Slf SMB. 'as DTnr out e( or4r aa rpmuf. iMfct ix a rwidtao o ghborm. jvLqaleul niMai ft wm U aU Mfts jwmm WsFttWelrV "Va- - ti&XPW Hartford Republican Published every fiuday MORNUfo So long as the lrcozo lasts our street crossings will do very well, but wlion the thaw sets in thoy will bo most roiscrablo mud holes. something be done? Can not "0. J." Is For Col. Bradley and Gen. Hobson. Lubanon, Ky., Feb. nth, 1895, I notice In the Louisville Post of Saturday the 9th, inst. that that pa per Is trying to stort n boom for A. E. Wilson, Esq., for the Republican nomination forGovcnor. It is strange how the Democratic papers can see the weak points in Col. Bradley's armor when Republicans and Republican newspapers having the greatest possible interest in the matter have not been able to discover them, but of one accord agree that he is by far the strongest candidate the Republi cans can nominate. Hie l'ost, in this boom it is starting for Mr, Wilson, professes to believe that his candidacy, announced by it as now assured is equivalent to the death knell to Col. Bradley's hopes for the nomination. This does not speak well for the sources of the Post's information on such n questions; without detracting in the least from Mr. Wilson, who deserves well of the party, and who is entitled to consideration, the Post, if informed, would know that Col. Bradley is not in Mr. Wilson's way; if Bradley should decline tc be a candidate for Govenor, Wilson would not get ten counties in the state; with Col. Bradley on the track Mr. Wilson can not get that many. The Republicans don't want Gus Wilson lor their candidate for that position; there may be some places they would nominate him for but not for Governor. No indeed, Bradley is not in his way. Ii, Bradley were not a candidate, there are many other good men in the party who might put forth their claims with good show for success but we hnrdly think Mr. Wilson one of them. The Post says there is strong opposition to Bradley in every district in the State. That is not true. There is no strong oppositin to Bradley anywhere except in Louisville. The fact is any opposition to Bradley cow is simply faticous. Considering the practical unanimity among Republicans, rank and file, for him it is certainly unfortunate for any Republican to be pursuaded by Democratic journals to mar the harmony prevail ing in the party on that very important question. Republicans want perfect harmony in their State Convention when they come to put a ticket in the field and they will have it. Col. Bradley will be nominated by acclamation and all the little sides booms gotten up by Demcratic journals to prevent it will be of no avail. The only hope the thoroughly demoralized and routed Democracy has of holding their own in Kentucky next fall, is to create, if possible dissension in the solid and harmonious ranks oi the Republicans, who flush ed Kith their magnificent victories of last November, are bearing down upon them. In former articles,publlshed in The Repuducan, I expressed myself in favor of Maj. Burchett, for Lieut. Governor, I have since seen the name of Gen. E. H. Hobson, mentioned in connection with that office. While reiterating all that I said of Maj. Burchett in that article, I must say ii Gen. Hobson 's name is to be placed before the Republicans ol Kentucky as a candidate tor Lieut. Governor,Mnrion county is for him. So far as I am personally concerned Gen. Hobson is my friend and has been for years. He is a grand man, every inch a soldier, a veteran ol two wars and worthy of all and any honors the Republicans of Kentucky might thrust upon him. If the General will accept the nomination, by all means, he should be nominated. He will add great weight to the ticket, aud inspire the old soldier element in the party with an enthusiasm no other man in Kentucky can do. True to his country, true to his party, true to his friends and to mankind, I repeat he is a grand man and the party will be honored in thus honoring him. The Republicans are going to elect their State ticket next fall and we must therefore have a good one. We have material in abundance and there will be no excuselfraistakcsare made. It will be hardy possible for us to lose the legislature if we elect our State ticket. If Lindsey should be appointed to the Supreme Cout oi the U. S, , as it is rumored he may be, that Legislaturewillhave two Republicans to choose for the U. S. Senate instead of one, but as we insdst on our Congressman, Hon. John W. Lewis, the redeemer of rantankerous-l- y Democratic Fourth, the old Democratic district ot Duluth fame, as the successor of Joe Blackburn, we will not name the second man. CJ. hah a. ANnr.imo.v.. .......Proprietor. jo. ii, noitcnn F.UItor. Friday, February 15,1895. fT"r1' '' Tako Notice '' Subscribers " . Do you owe us nny subscription? If eo, please send or bring it to us. We need it. Wc havo to pay cash ior everything. In fact, it tnkes lots of money to run a nowspaper. Wo are now, and havo been, sending somo statements to our subscribers. 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Remember when you pay up for The RisrUBUCAN aud one year in advance you are entitled to one of these papers at the price named: New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 Home and Farm 1.25 Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 1.50 Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 Commercial Appeal 1.30 Address all orders to It is affiliation is ono of importance. necessary that every man and ospccl-all- y that every young man should be Not that tho sun right politically. will rcfuso to shino, or tbo rain to fall if ho should bo wrong, but that the weight of his influence and his vote should be cast with that party whoso policies and principles insure tho greatest good to tho people of tho whole country. Can nny young man bo deceived as to what party, if this be tho test, to which ho should attach This is tho test there can himself. The day when bo no other. notrcason,pa8sion nridnot pas tronism should govern a man's political opinion is gone, if in fact such a Look at a disday ever existed. mantled Treasury State and National tho former suspending payments and tho latter issuing millions upon millions of bonds to keep up credit. Gaze on tho spectaclo of depression and ruin wrought upon the industries of tho pcoplo in the last two years and then ask yourself calmly and dis passioually if you, in tho vigor and buoyancy of young manhood, can afford to give to a party so unablo to meet the exigences of statemanship, even in times of profound peace, the seal of your commendation and the Young assislapco of your ballot. men, you can't afford it. prcju-dicea- .... Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) The Retobucan, Hartford, Ky. Every teacher in the county should pats the Reading Circlo examination and thus secure to the Teachers' Send the $50 prize in books. for the questions and go to work now. The prees Li-bra- ry contains notices of some ground hogs Breckinridge county that froze to death when they came out recently to prognosticate as to the probable climatic conditions for the This breaks the next forty days. record. One of the most exciting criminal trials of recent years baa been in p'rogreesat Minneapolis, Mian., this week. The prisoner is Harry Hay ward and is being tried for the Ging murder. Andy Hayward, brother to the prisoner, testified against him in the most heartless fashion. Last Thursday.Friday and Saturday were the coldest days known here for several years, the themometer registering in various places from 12 The cold to 1C degrees below zero. the balmy shore wave of the sunny south and on the plains the sufferings of of the North-wehanianitr and destruction of live stock were simply appalling. even-invadest towns of Bridgeport and De Wiso county, Texas.are at war over which shall have the county So heated and personal are seat. the controversies that a very wealthy resident of Bridgeport has issued a circular in which ho states that if the neonle of the country will vote for the county seat to be at that place he will build the Court House and Jail and eivo a house and lot in town to every widow in the county who is in a destitute) condition. The catur, T WnEN the Democratic party threatens this country with Freo Trade and the conseauent destruction of our great industrial system, few people comprehend tbo amount in controversy. In 1890 our manufac$2,000,735,. employed turers 000 capital and tbo value of the product was $4,8G0,28G,000. Thero were employed in the manufactures over 2,250,000 people who received in wages over 81,221,170,000 or over 80,000 every working minuto that year. Tho iraparing of this great system by Free Trade and Wilson and Gorman Tarifl's is n serious matter, and tho party which attempts it will sooner or later bo carried away by an Caso in point Demoavalanche. lUnori. Below is the average grades of cratic party in November election scholarship and deportment of the 1894. students ofStony Point school for past On last Friday during the debate five months ending FebruTry I, '95: Rilla A. Brown 99, Herman Brown on tho question of making clerks to 94, Lee D. Brown 99, Orville R0SS96, the members. aunual employes, Conn gressman Htono mado a great hit, Alice Hoskinson 95, Matthew 94, Carrie Rowe 92, Albert At the closo of his remarks ho sont to James ' the clerk's desk and had read the Rowe 95, Myrtle Brown 95, Gofl" 67, Norman Brown 92, Oscar following nowspaper clipping: Brown 97, John Gofl 97, Lena Render "The politician is my shepherd; I ' shall not want any good thing dur- - 98, Mannie Brown 98,Minnie Bean99, He filleth my Eva Brown 93, Maud Brown 97, Zona ing the campaign. pocket with una cigars, and my beer Gofl 97, Arhe Brown 96, Frances ' claw runneth over. He inquireth after Southaidgg, Alva Bean 96, Myrthe health of my family, even unto tle Southard 9a, Ona Render 94, Kffie Yes, though Brown 96, Erna Rowe 95, LUlle Rowe 'the fourth generation. 1 walk through the mud and rain to 98, Ona Brown 94, .Clinton Rowe 99, voto for him,and shout myself hoarse Gofl 98, Finis Rowe 94. Lee when he is elected ho straightway Nola Yea, though I meet Brown 99, Claud Brown 99, Bertha . frrgetetb me. him in his office, ho knowctu me not Hoskinson 95, Mel via Shoulders 95, Surely, the wool has been pulled Verda Shoulders 95, Alfred Hoskinover my eyes' all the days of my life." son 94, Clarence Rowe 94, Zanie Golf Tho reading caused an outburst of 97, Ellsworth Rowe 95, Otis Brown laughter and the Kentucky Congress', 97, Anderson Byers 94, Leslie Byers 94, Henry Garrett 99, Garfield Rowe man's reputation as a L. Bubry Lonkv, 94. Wet a rocket. Hos-kinsofun-mak- teller latin- ooHItapMol llnver Dam. Sulphur Springs, KY.,Feb.n, '95. About the first oi last December some ot my neighbors, and myself, began casting about for a suitable school situated in some good, moral and sober town to send our sons and daughters the ensuing winter and spring terms. Our minds at first reverted to Hartford College, an old and well established school, comparative-l- y speaking, a school of which we have not the slightest fault, so far as we are acquainted; a school which would have been more easy access to our locality; a school of some superior advantages; a school which we would have gladly patronized had it not been for the saloon question then pending. Well, we want to send our boys and girls to school, so then we began to canvass the propriety of patronizing the Beaver Dam school, and here is a list of those now Extending the Beaver Dam school lrom the Sulphur Springs neighborhood, who were turned away from the Hartford school by reason of the probable open saloon, viz: Ellis Mitchel, Charles DuB, James Duff, Lawrence Daniel; Misses Mollie Renfrow, Ada Jehnson, Bertha Johnson, and Mr. D. H. God-se- y, and perhaps others, all ot these Hartford might have had but tor the whisky curse, which came so near But thanks prevailing in the town. to a kind Providence we are not so closely linked to Beaver Dam that we cannot withdraw from its school and patronize that of Hartford, since she lias behaved herself so nicely regard-in- g But the open saloon business. we wish to say in this connection that we are more than pleased with the Beaver Dam school and that we know of no words to express our high appreciation and our hearty commendation of the same, and that we earnestly desire that our children shall for the currentyear remain with you. But should your social, sober, lovely and intelligent town go into a whisky drinking pandemonium, which it might do upon the advent of the proposed open saloon, we would of course be inclined to sever all connection with your school and go elsewhere. Now, good people of Beaver Dam, we believe we voice the sentiment of every patron of your school, who lives outside and a very great number who live Inside your borders, when we say.for humanity sake don't allow the whisky curse to be fastened Does your upon your little town. town aspire to become the county seat? Do you want your school to grow and prosper? Do you want the trade you have been getting from this Do you want section of the county? us to continue to do our shipping through your depot and stock pens? We actually kuow of three or four of our best citizens who are planning to locate In your town and go into busN ness on acconnt of your school and other advantages that you possess, but If you establish the liquor traffic.these will forever escape you. T. F. Johnson. An Open was devoid of any hirsute adoanment, in contract to hia long nnd heavy locks that extended nearly to his shoulders. Mr.Bennctt possessed the keenest Intellect, and usually a crowd of the odds and ends of the neighborhood was collected about htm to listen to htm while he was reading or expounding some doctrinal or political question that had been agitated. Mr. Bcnnct's is nn interesting history. He was born and reared in the Grccn-rlve- r district of Kentucky, nnd at nn early age was chosen pastor of the East Baptist church in this city. He afterward received a better call, and went to Maysvllle, Ky., where he Remained during the civil war. He was a violent partisan, and sided so strongly with the Southern cause that he made many enemies. During his pastorate nt Maysvillc there was no mm mors highly esteemsd He had an elegance of presence that proclaimed him a gentleman ol the old school, and he dressed faultlessly, I Ifwfrs much sought after lu society. He became involved in a scandal, and was tried by the authorities of the church. He was not able to prove his innocence, aud consequently was forced to resign his position and leave the country. He was therefore under a cloud, and despite the many warm friends he had had in his prosperous days, became quite poor in this world's goods, so that he had been assisted many times by those of his faith It was hard to recognize in the curbstone bookseller the once prosperous Rev J. M. Bennett, but many of his iormcr friends renewed their acquaintance with him out of gratitude, as he had been a man of very generous impulses and had assisted many young preachers who are now of eminence. Atter leaving Maysville he lived some time in Illinois and Indiana, but finally returned to this city, where he was never able to cast of! the shadow oi his past so followed the occupation of selling books. Sunday's Courier , Journal. of the cleanest, SAD BUT TRUE. An Owonsboro Hopublioan Sizos up tho Admin- istration, Feb. tl, 1895. The 4th day of March Is near at hand when the funeral bell will peel forth In tones of thunder and assurance to the American people of the death of the most worthless Congress that ever assembled at the National They have been there until Capital. the memory ol man runneth not the contrary in squandering the people's money. They have succeeded In passing n Tariff law that is a disgrace to civilization. It neither protects the laboring men of this country e against the pauper labor of countries, or the National Treasury against any kind oi appropriations, much less the kind that had been indulged in for the past 23 months. They have increased the appropriations until they have broken all former records. The Democracy of 1890 was the Billion dollar Congress, and upon that issue they gained control of the popular branch of Congress, and in I S92 they gained the other branch as well as the Executive, and this Congress, Democratic as it is, in exceed that every particular, will Congress by more than $1,000,000 and may reach $1,00.000,000 and the end is not yet in sight. They took charge of the Treasury in 1892 and Rave their receipt for $124,000,000 in surplns cash, $107,000,000 of that in gold with a law upon the statute book that would have continued to raise money sufficient to meet the demands of the Government and would have kept the gold reserve above the $100,000,000 mark. They have not only failed to pay offany of the public debt, but they have increased the debt to $100,000,000 in less than two years since they went into office. Harrison paid ofTwhile in office of the public debt, and was still able to .keep the gold reserve above the $100,000,000 mark, and the Democratic party has been in power a little over 23 months and have cot only failed to pay off any of said debt, but have continued to increase it and yet the gold reserve is down to the $42,000,000 mark, and falling at the rate of $1,000,000 a day, and the Government running in debt at the rate off 7,000,000 per month, At that rate the Democratic party is tunning the Government in debt faster than the Republican party can pay it out. "A house divided against itself can never stand," and that is one of the reasons why a remedy can not be reached. The Democrats are quarrelling among themselves, and they would give us relief if they could, but most for their country. They could not if they would. They are mad at themselves. They are mad at each other, and while they are quarreling among themselves; the country is running like a ship at sea without a rudder. They have a new untrained pilot at the wheel, Mr. Carlisle, is a failure on finance. He has never made a success financially for himself, arid a nun that wont make money for himself is not likely to make it Jor anyone else, and any legislation proposed by the President has about the same effect on the Democrats in Crongress as a ted rag thrown in the face of a mad bull. While we must admit that Cleveland Is better than his party, yet that is nothing in his favor, yet it is a little bit hard on the party. The President has changed his mind at least three times recently on the financial question, and he has to informed Congress of that fact, and if he was right on any one of these, which we very much doubt, he must have been wrong on the other two and a man that changes his mind so often on irapartant matters of this kind, the country could not lay r iy great stress on anything appeared by him. It is nothing strange to see Mr. Springer rise in the house of Congress at least twice a week and lay before that body a new measure on the financial question, kMow nbyall men, to be another pet scheme of the present Administration. Whe ther these laws are for the benefit of the people or not, remains to be tested. The last two years has been an experiment as far as the laws were concerned. When a measure was proposed it was a leap in the dark. They had no idea as to what the result would be until they were tried,andmostof them have proved very unsatisfactory to the American people. 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Below will be found the grade of New Baymus school: Tessie Kirby 95, Clarence Bennett 92, Garlie Allen 93, Lawrence Daniel 91, Edley Mitchel 91, Barney Myers 90, Ruth Sliultz 90, Joe Bennett 90, Verna Boswell 81, Lizzie Canun 85, Ethel Daniel 84, Minnie White 82, Iva Boswell 82, Reginald Bennett 82, Samuel Mitchel 81, Ada Canon 80, George Canon 80, Ann'e Daniel 80, Alex Boswell 79, Arthur Myers 79, Wayne Boswell 76, Nattie Wnite 76, Foster Kirby 75, Willie Hurt 75, Arvis Wedding 84, Ion Barrett 74, Ira Daniel 73, Thunuau Hurt 72, Byron Hurt 72, Myrtle Thomas 69, McAfee Daniel 68, Oscar Sliultz 66, Charles White 64, Thomas Barrett 63, John Magan 62, Eslie Olacklock 60, Nellie Daniel 60, Clarence Smith 58, Ella Allen 57, Ellen Sliultz 48. The above i j a report of those only who attended as much as one half of the last fifty days and who stood an examination. J. L. Brown, Teacher. 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We will sell to reconstitution, to ruin health, to drag ry in tie Green River country, he nett will takeplaceat 10 a, 111. sponsible parties and take note payawill handle all kinds of Feed Stuff. Baptist church. victims to the grave. Hood's Sarsafrom Franklin-stree- t ble in six, twelve aud tightcen Mr. Bennett died from old age at his parilla is the weapon with which to Mr. Martin is a gentleman, months. defend one's self, drive the desperate and if you need anything in his line home, on Thirtieth and St. Xiivier Write us for wholesale prieea. Adstreets. His death removes a famil- enemy from the field, and restore would do will to call on him. dress: , ot the bodily health for many years. iar figure in the central portion SOUTHRRN NUR3RRT Co, city, as for years in Silas Wcgg fash-Io- n Hood's Pills cure nausea, sickness, Wanted. Winchester Tena, a 8t lie had carried on a bookstore on indigestion and bllliousness. Everybody to know that Groves 25c. . m 9 the front step of the same building Tastless Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad aeii the basement of which holds the Qos-pWilliams uemiariiora, Mission. Colds & c, or your money will be "PomroyaVermIIuge"thegrtreM. All persons indebted to the estate refunded in every instance. His tall clerical aspect always Sold by edy for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the even the casual observer with of John C. Townsend, deceasedi are William & Bell, Hartford Ky. children" and cost only 3cU the fact that he had seen better days, requested to call on me at once at jronoK, He wore a long frock coat of the pat- my office lu Hartford and settle same bottle. I wiirr Trr man ana noma ia thi United tern of thirty years ago, together with and save cost. ted Itilti laurelled laotlb Oplam oa !! Wkliijr mrboeii kitlte to nae oae Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder a tall stovepipe hat and high stock This February 14, 1B95. Addreie II. U. Wooll.r, Atluu, O. tree. will U MM World's Pair Highest Award. tux W, tad about his neck. His face,not always J S R Wkddino, Administrator. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please come forward nnd settle at once and save cost, Notice! The World's Fair Tests Good wages sell our Nu showed no baking powder Stock. Apply for terms. W retry will so pure or so great In leav- have for Spring and Fall, 1895, an ening power as the Royal. Immense stock of Apple.reat, Peach, Subscribe for The Republican and tho Weekly Louisville C ommercial b o th one year ior $1.26 DCl' yOftF SOP Hall. The Republican and St Louis Globe-Democrat first-clas- s (s e m i -- el Notice! n-- weekly) for $1.50 per year, for subscribork who pay up and one 1,,nnnn yCai in aUVanCO. t : sed pr die-lii- . Kor Bole! Stock of Groceries and Butchers Fordsville, tools, by J. B. Howard, Ky a good point for a Butchers dliop as we have no one In that business here now, 5 4t ', m 5 H 'fft ' V 1 -- iJnf'iJ- J rr Heltu, Morgantown, is who wotks and votes to force the saPair. in town. loon upon, you contrary the wishes Mr Jesse Shaver, Bed.i, called to of a large majority of the best citizens ot your county, or the man who see us yesterday. strives with nil his ransom powers to Mr. J. M. Bishop, Centcrtown.oall-c- e save your dear people from a drunkto see us Moidoy. ard's grave nnd a drunkard's hell. Now, brethren, please listen to Mrs. Q. J. Benson, St. Louis, to your member's pmyer.and should one visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E Cor of your wet brethren quote Gods nellous. word nnd say, "I regnrd iniquity in You should attend the Masonic my heart, O Lord I know thou wilt Musical at Beaver Dam not henr mc," then you snv ntnen, night. because if he fully realizes what Mr. Dave Likens has nbout rccov- - the word of God means, he will know ered from a very severe ottack of that he dare not, at the peril of his pneumonia. MOST PERFECT MADE. own soul, lorce by vote or otherwise A purs Grape Creim of Tsrtir Powder. BrethFfc Mr. W. M Johnson closed a very the accursed stuff upon you. frm Ammonia, Alum or any other dultrnt ren I tremble when I think of your successtul school near Whitesville 4 YEARS THE STANDARD. responsibility to God; are you ready last Friday. to say with the model preaches, "I The Ohio county Jail is without Friday, Fkhruary 15, 1895, am clear of the blood of all men, beprisoners, for the second time in a cause I shunned not to declare the not Cofirt and lunch at oil hours number of years. whole counsel ol God," Have you t IU1I Bros , corner Union and MarThe Board of Supervisor after 13 made the modem molehill quake and ket Streets. days work bae adjourned The net tremble with God's declaration that no drunkard shall enter Heaven and Mr. T S. Marks, who recently raise for the county in $251,120. that if the poor drunkard is damned, bought the J. C Barnett farm on No Judge W. S. Taylor, Morgantown, drunkard-make- r will Creek, is moving to same. and Col. W. II. Moore, Sulphur that surely the ba doubly damned? Springs, were in town yesterday. Mr Thomas Biird, of near Ilefiln, I know ol no style of reason that is erecting n new house opposite the Born to the wife of Mr Mac Fair would condemn the murdered mamand M. E Chunh on No Creek. Wednesday morning, a fine girl, Dr. let the murderer go free, for by the Btillingtoa & Cain hare new bar J. T. Miller attending physician. same authority you are commanded krr tools throughout and are prepared Mr. J. C. Chamberlin, of No Creek, to say no murderer shall enter Heavto lire yon the very beat work. has been granted a pension of $3, 00 en, and that law makes no discrimiper month, with back pay since July nation whether the weapon used is When in town ami you feel hungry a knife, whisky or a gun. Tell your and tired, call on Hull Bros nnd get 16, 1890. dear people in thundertones that God a good luich. with hat coffee Mr. L. B. Louey closed his school says, "Woe to him who putteth the at Stoay Point last Friday. He Mr O R Tinsley.of NoCreek.has bottle to his neighbor's mouth," (by purchased Mrs Fannie Taylor's farm tought a very sucesslul school and vote or otherwise ) O, I do hope none gave general satisfaction. in the Washington neighborhood, and of you have any members that have has tnken possession Miss Claud yc Arnold, who has so lar forgotten their allegiance to the Mrs. Thomas L Carson, of No been visiting her cousins, Miss Enola great head of the church as to favor But Creek, who has been confined to her and Viola Westerfield, past week, re the accursed stuff in any form. room for the past year with dropsy, turned to her home in Caneyville brother, should any poor erring one Tuesday. say to you, "We wantjto vote saloons is but little improved You We have received an invitation to to get clear of blind tigers." C Taylor, Capt Abe be present at the Masonic Entertain- - please mark on the fly leaf of your Stanley, Rochester; J. I, Barnett, night almanac, that that is a mere subterOwensboro; K. J. McKenney, Beav-- et rncnt at Beaer Dam fuge of the devil to get whisky What j which promises to be au enjoyable Dam, were in town yesterday. would you think ol the same individI occasion Let everybody attend. Mrs. Fannie Taylor, ol the Washual if he should say to you, "BrethDr. J. S. Coleman filled his reguington neighborhood, has purchased ren there is a great big black snake the new house recently built near the lar appointment at the Baptist Church up here in Hayti, yes two of 'em hid last Sunday morning, but owing to in the stable and M, E Church on No Creek, where I'll tell you what his recent attack of the grip he was she will make her future home. we've got to do, we must get some unable t) preach Sunday night. He good big copper heads and place Messrs Bullington & Cain have preached n most excellent sermon down here on the corners of the most ranted the new barber shop and have Sunday morning. public streets of our town to protect new furniture throughout, and jrl in Rev. J. W, Taylor died at his home our dear wives nnd children nnd esare better prepared thnii ever to ac- in Rosine of pneumonia Tuesday pecially the school girls and boys." commodate the trade. evening, after an illness ot only a Just please make such a statement to Mr W C Wallace has purchased few days He was the father of Mrs. the simple minded 10 year old negro the Taylor Stevens farm on No Creek Rowan Hoi brook and a brother of boy in Hayti and he would likely consisting of one hundred and twens Mrs. Jennie McIIcnry, ol this place. answer you by laughing in your lace, Funeral with the accompanying remark: $800. He was in his 65th year. acres consideration, Mr. Wallace will take possession at services were conducted by Revs G. "Mister yo' can't make dis nigger J Bean and E E. Pate, after which Weve such fool talk as dat." once. The Savior said to hisdisciples: "Ye the remains were laid to rest to await Mr Dooley, ol Dtvies county, ha the resurrection mourn. cannot drink of the Lord's cup and purchased n jwrt of the Thomas Car " Every child of The young ladies gave a pleasant the cup of the devil son farm on No Creek and is erecting God who has paitaken of the Lord's social at Miss Mary Nail's last night. a dwelling house, which he wilt oc- Progressive Euchre was supper fully understands the meaning the principle Mr. as completed. cupy as soon of the Lord's cup, and everybody feature of the evening. The Dooley is an honest, upright citixen following named people were present: who has any correct estimation of the and we gie all such a cordial wel- Mr. aad Mrs R E Lu Sim airman, saloon, may either by experience or come. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, Mrs. observation alter its having been Spalding, Misses Cate, Barbour, Greg- drained a few times of its draughts A Vfw flnlla. of liquid damnation, when quiet, complete list ot ory, Nail, Stella and Etta Thomas; The Inllnwing is ptacelul citizens ate within a few suits filed in Circuit Court since last Messrs. Mjire, Stevem, Omu.Tudji term: as, Henry and Amos Cirson, Walker. hours turned into ruin, maniacs then know all, yes the aforesaid blackboy I' A' Bonito against Ansel Wilson Mrs. Cjnthia Williams,ofMcIIenry, could even tell you where you &c. enjoining defendants from cutdied last Monday at noon and was could find the devil's cup. Will ting and running timber irom land buried at Goshen Tuesday evenany brother have the presumption Wm B Baize against P B Baize ing at 2 o'clock in the presence" of a to attempt to use both cups, right in for divorce. large crowd of sorrowing friends and the face of that plain declaration of Rosalie Jones. &c. against John relatives She was indeed a Igood the blessed Son of God? Brethren it StClair, &c, enjoining delendants woman and a kind mother, and was is plain to be seen that having a name from cutting and removing timber loved and respected by all who knew on a church book does not mean a II. C Pace, Administrator, against her. She leaves eight children to true child of God every time. Now is 51 Hill. &c. for iale of lot. George the ' Isinellc Morgan against Hiram mourn her loss, and the whole in to time of year to prune, look well sympathizes with them your wives, brethren, as those that a Early, &c, for $400 and to enforce the loss of one who has always must give an account of themselves lien on land. been so dear to their hearts. Hekry TiNstBY. and others. Luther Rock against Jane Her Tel I, Ceralvo, Ky., Feb. 11, 1895. A Tall. &c. suit for deed We, the undersigned voters of Ohio Willis Rowe Adrainistrator.sgainst Amanda A Rowe, &c, to settle estate county solicit that Wm. I. Rowe be The U. S. Gov't Reports our candidate to represent us in the of Ed G Rone. show Royal Baking Powder next General Assembly, believing M. W. Barkhouse against J. L superior to all others. him to be worthy and well qualified Potter, &c, to foreclose mortgage. Byron Johnson, &c, against Wm. to fill the office: A Man Willi n Ilrokfn Neck. WJHeflin, GP Chapman, E- - Johnson for division of lad. No man living can tell the wonderT W Goodall, E. R. Murrell, &c, against W. S. C K Reneer, ful story which Barney Baldwin reJ E Ashhy, E R Ashby, Gaines, &c, for division pi land. lates with perfect truth. ' D. F. Tracy E W Hancock, against Bank of Hart- Willie Ashby, Hlsieck is broken, but he is very F J Rowe, ford for release ol levy on property. Virgil Bishop, much allvei and when he paid a sociL C Brown, al call to the office of the Commercial J. D. Crowe, &c, Executors.agaiust W II Hill, W T Roark, last night he was in a very cheerful J. D. Vance lor f too and to enforce J W Rowe, T M Hatcher, A W Buskel, humor. lien on land. March 19, 1887, while acting as John M. Leach against John P. J R Addlngton, J W Hill, F D Reneer, r J M Williams, in the Louisville and Foster for f 50 and to enforce lien. M P Faught, Nashville yards.at Birmingham. Ala., H. A. Stum, Administrator, &c, C L Woodward, II O Bennett, he sustained a terrible accident Ills against D. B Roll, &c, suit on bond D C Benton, Henderson Ashby, B M Faught, neck was broken, and so was his Roll Administrator. of right arm, both legs and five ribs. II, P Watts sues B. A. Casebicr to Larkln Williams, M E Ashby, E C Brown, J T Bennett, In addition his watch was crushed foreclose tnortguge. G W Rowe, into his bowels, and an iron bolt C. A. Crowe, &c, sue O F. R. & C R Stevens, Chas. Hill, broke his collarbone. Alter the G. A. R. R. Co for breach of contract. J W Carter, W R Tichenor, J P Vincens, experience, the Coroner was sues Wm, Coitis P. Cole-naAlney Tichenor, G R Carson, naturally summoned, but a Dr. James &c, on attachment bond. Dan F Tracy, B. LucHe, who happened by, took Phillips sues Wallace Ros-so- n J M Bishop, Stephen G C Westerfield, J S Leisure, possession of the supposedlcorpse.and on note lor $180. E Farmer. E. H Williams sues S. J. Stanley L B Loney, the Coroner is waiting yet. Baldwin for $100 dauugc to land. Same vs. was unconscious for thitty-sihours, HelM.xnlnnntory, A. B. Baird same, &c, for ft to. totally blind fourteen days, and for Ky., Feb. n, 1865. Frankfort, against J. E Rowe, nppealed from Z II. 127 days .compelled to lie on a water Sholtz Fsq , Hartford Ky Quarterly Court by Defendant. Dkar Sir: I have this morning mattress, getting up after six months. Mary J. Hardin sues D. Stewart consulted Major Hale, but he is not But his neck has never mended, and Miller for breach ol contract. willing to venture to assure me that he is compelled to wear an iron mask, C. D Hardtn. &c, sue Guy M. the school money can be paid before attached to n vest of steel. Deane, &c, for breach 01 contract Describing the accident, Baldwin the termination of the fiscal year, as T. B. MidkilTsues J A Wlmsatt the taxes from which it is derived says: for $1,000 damage. "At the time of the accident I was will be coming in until tint time, Tennent, Stribbling Shoe Co. sues and he has no idea as to when a suffi yardmasterof the Louisville & NashI,. Barrett on account lor $126.50. Railroad at Birmingham, Ala. cient amount will be on hand to pay ville Ira I'ulkerson hues V. P. Render, The accident was caused by nn engine the remaining half of the January becoming uu managable and mashing Jr on note lor$ warrant. I will give prqmpt notice Jim Roberts sues Gaines Coal Co. whenever I can speak advisedly. into a string of cars. I was knocked off a caboose and dislocated my shoulon account for $310,90, Yours Truly, ders by the rail. Then six cars and James Ashley sues W. P. Bennett Ed Portbr Thompson. for $150?" the engine passed over me. In try' against John Chancellor ing to save myself I swung my arm Jacob An Open Letter. I'eckenpaugh, appealed from Police To Pastois having charge of the over the brake beam of the caboose. Court by Defendant. Churches at Hartford nnd Beaver It threw me against a frog, breaking Win. Drering & Co. sue E. D. Dam: brethren, not being a church my right arm at the elbow and my Tjlford, &c, on note note for $62.50. member myself at present, but at the left leg at the ankle. My right leg more was twisted up in the footboard of W. T. Miller sues P M. Daugherty sains time desiring to know on note for foo and more of the necessary prerequli the engine and broke in two places, n of the engine broke my AD White agtiust LeU Sports-men- s sites for membership, would you The Club, appealed by Defendant mind telling me whs makes the best neck and five ribs three on one side members in your respective churches? and two on the other. The sixth from Quarterly Court. G L lUrtlett ajjatnst Ed Mosaic, I mean the most effective in leading cerebral vertebrane of the neclrwas uieajind womtate Christ, the wea braksn, aad'Uejalat Vstweeu the appealed by Dafeadant. A Awarded Hlcheit Honors World' lion W " CREAM 1 RAKING ' e 11 coun-munl- ty yard-maste- tcr-riab- le x ash-pa- , !J1H. Mm1-- . Ll .jMJJLUl i UU;jUgi .UUJpjl'!. TSW?53TT"B3E sixth and seventh was split Cnnrl nt I'lnlm. The following parties were allowed DAM. That certainly sounds like enough men, and because the amounts opposite their names asto kill a he is living, Baldwin is the mystery sessed as damages done In opening Now8y Letter Prom Our Hnocl'n Sarsaparltla Mads Him a Dlfforent Mnn. of the medical world. Since his mis- New Roads: Neighboring Town. fortune he has been travellngovcr the IsaacStcdcm $11660 world looking for a doctor to patch Sam Fuqua 36.00 him up. A great deal has been don e James Ross Rev. I. II. Teel filled his regular 5 00 . . 90 00 appointment here Sunday. for him, and beyond the facts that he L B Loney , . . is lame and that his head will not E R Ashby Rev. Logan Martin, Fordsvllle, 9 00 Ordered that the following named preached in School Hall Sunday night. stand up without his' mask, he is about knit together. He has consultMr. C. W. Parrot, Louisville, spent parties be and they are hereby allowed the most eminent surgeons in till s ed the sums set opposite their names Sunday and Monday in town, country, and the men who are per- for work done as Viewers; Messrs. il. P. Barnard nnd A. V. sonally attached to thecrowued heads T A Evans, 2 days $2 00 Thompson, Louisville, were in town of Europe have been puzzled over his C B Smith, a days 2 00 this week. case, and have been able to afford him J D Smith, 1 " 1 00 Messis. E. 1. Barnes.E. D. Tilford, only partial relief. As it is, he can S A Davenport, 1 day . 1 00 C P. Austin, II. R Barnard, C. II. not lie down to sleep, for in that po- A B Stanley, 1 day , 1 00 Maddox nnd E. M. Carter spent a Sir. W. II. Zinxy sition his vertebrane becomes disjointG W Shultz, 1 " 1 00 pleasent day at Cromwell skating on . Eureka Bprlngt, Ark. ed and produces unconsciousness. 1 00 " Green River this week. J D Miller, 1 He is compelled to live on liquid food, Louis Hoover, I " 1 00 "I ctnnot find words In which to express Mr. II. E. Brown spent Saturday my thankfulness for what Hood's as the mask prevents his chewing. 1 00 W J Rowe, 1 " and Sunday nt his home in Rocheshas done for my husband. Us Baldwin is a powerful built man D M Park, t " 1 00 ter, and while out on the ice fell was afflicted with rhaumatlam and tha nnd he nvers that his iron condition J K Oglesby, I " 1 00 through but he being a good swimgrip. He lost hla appetite, was nervous is all that enabled him from his Taylor Murphy, I day . , and hi actions became baring . . 1 00 mer remained just above the ice till no life at all about him. He aetmtd hurts. The expense of his travels G A Weller, 1 day 1 oe a rope could be thrown him and was physical wreck. At laat he decided to and alt doctors' bills have been paid B P Bartlett, 1 day take Hood's Bareapariua, and after tak1 00 at length brought to the bank. ing two bottlea he felt as though ha waa by the L. & N. railroad. He has Lew Hoover, 1 day 1 00 Miss Nellie Young, Rockport, re-- , well. He continued taking it, and today ho feels and looks like been ofTered a paying position by the Lou Hoover, t day 1 00 turned to her home Saturday.but will A Different Man. road at Birmingham and will leave Ordered that the following parties be up this week to attend t lie MusiOur house Is never without Ilood's for Alabama though not as be nnd they are hereby allowed the cal. We will not accept any other yctdetermlned to take the job. To- sums set opposite their names for from our druggist. Hood's Sonaparilla Misses Lesta Hays, Pearl and Elizday he will visit the L. & N. general working on Road: abeth Willis, Rochester, will be in offices here and pay his respects to R W Barnes, 1 d'ys pt'w'g teatn,$i 50 town this week. cannot be recommended too highly. We President Smith and the other offi" 450 Don't forget the Mason ic Musical AbL Chapman, 3" " cheerfully recommend Hood's Baroapa-rll- la cials. Louisville Commercial. W A Maddox, 3 " " " and Hood's Pllla." Mas. W. H. 4 50 at School Hall Saturday night Feb. Liwrr, Box 078, Eureka Bprlnga, Ark. I C Shultz, 2 " " 3 00 1 6th, it promises to entertain well. Hood's Pills cur constipation byreitorlsg itoM.vi:. " " L Elliott, 1 1 50 Attye. the perlstalUa action of the alimentary oanaL Feb. 12. Rev. G. J. Bean failed to A J Davenport, 1 " " " 150 i fill his regularappointnient here SunIteport AJ Maddox, 2 300 Of the pupils in the Collegiate Deday on account of the inclement COLORED DEPARTMENT. 1 1 50 Q M Benton, weather. II M Herald.ij " " 266 partment pf Hartford College and Rev. J. W.Taylor is very ill of pneu. J M Herald, 2 " " " 3 00 Business Institute, ending January BY P. A. GARY. monla at his home on McIIenry St. 11, 1895 Maximum ioo,minimum o: 1 50 W P Leach, 1 Miss Ada Carson, of Hartford, is T C Slratton, 7 " " " 10 50 R. E. Settle 99, J. C Pirtle 98, T.S, TO TUB COLORBD PEOrtR OV KEN. Woodward 96, T. J. Morton 93, T. J. the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Ella Jas Webster 1 1 50 " " TUCKY. Piu-de- n Nealus 92, A. P. Taylor 92, H. Bryant ' GL French 1 "And tbere stands old Kentucky." 150 Miss Nora Martin visited friends 90, Ida Render 87, Mattie Ben" 3 00 Thos Hinton 2 " " Again we hold aloft the tropics of here last week. nett 87, A. C. Taylor 86, T. S. Hels-le- y victory. Eddie Ward ijf " " 2 25 " In our contest for equality Miss Lizzie Curley spent Sunday S E Bennett 1 86, Oscar Bishop 85, Walter Mar-ti- n 1 50 and justice on the railroads of our in Horse Branch. 85, Klla Herri ng 84, Mrs. Maggie 1 50 II A Baird 1 State we have occasion to congratuSimmons 84, Bessie Maddox 84, WilMiss Laura Ragland who has been T L Graves I " " " late curselves on the recent decision 225 lie Stevens 84, Mabel Hubbard 83, of visiting friends in the Mt. Pleasant J M Holing 2 Judge Parr. The colored race 300 neighborhood for the past week reEdna Griffin 83, Lula Johnson 82, throughout " RS Shields I tf " " his broad laud will hall 225 Fannie Render 82, T. C. Slack 82, the good turned home Sunday. " LS Truman 3 " " news with joy and thanks 450 Mamie Miss Pearl Ross 81, V. F. Miller 81, B. giving. Kenfrow, Sulphur T J Westerfield Not since the Emancipation 5" " . 750 Springs, is the guest of Mrs. S. J. L W Truman 2 Lee Drake 80, E. M. Morton 78, A. has thereoccured so great an occasion 3 00 Wedding. C D Doughlas 2 " " " 3 00 McDonald 77, W. E. Morton 77, R. for universal rejoicing. In ever othT. Ross 77, Annie Fogle 76, Corinne Miss Kate Thompson, Horton, vis" ' C B Smith a er part of the Southland, where 3 00 ited relatives here last week. J M Ferguson 3 " " " 4 50 Cox 76, Lida Morton 76, W. II. Keele coach laws disgrace the statutes, D. WhittlUghitl 76, C. E. Ruby 76, E. G. Rhoads 75, Rag-lan- d and I. II J. " " J M Arnold 5 " 7 50 our people have in each contest been spent Sunday In O wensboro. E R Sorrells 3H " " " 5 25 F. Wyatt 75, Owen Williams 75, Eva defeated. Kentucky Negroes have Mr. John Curley, Louisville, is the T II Faught 1 Taylor 75, Ida Stewart 75, Emma Jett therefore great " " 1 50 " cause for felicitation. guest of his mother Mrs. Mary Cur- W R Hlnes 6 75, Berta Morton 73, Horace Pendle' " Let us not, however, in our joy, for9 00 ton 71, Ada Brown 71, G. H. Riggs ley. '" " A M Barnett 2 get to redeem our pledges. There is 3 00 Mrs. R. L Canon, of Deanfield, 71, Lula Mauzy 7o,C. L. Armendt 69, d " James T Patton 1 " " still due our lawyers, Hon. John 150 Gillie Pearce 68, Bee Brown 68, Jessie her mother, Mrs. M, S. Ragland C A Smith iK " " " and Hon. John. P. Newman, 225 Smith 67, Leslie Barnes 67, Amanda fourteen last week. W W Moseley 1 " " 1 50 ' hundred dollars. This monStory 67, J. C. Hoskinson 66, Jennie Mr. Mack Allen, Colliers, spent J W Maddox 1 1 50 ey n.ust be raised and paid within Quiscnbery 65, Lola Stevens 65 Edna Sunday with friends here. ' Fitz Renfrow 3 " " " 4 50 the next thirty days. It is a small Carson 64, Lillie tocGee 64, Mary Quite a number from this place, EL White 2 " " sum for U3 to pay for the triumph of Smith 63, Lena Carson 62, J. P. so great principle. attended court at O wensboro last S S Acton 2 " " " 3 00 a We can raise it Thomas 61, J.P. Sanderlur 56, Frank week. " " J W Miller 1 " We will raise it. We will redeem 150 Mrs. H. P. Watts, who has been Rone Ranner " " " 675 Heavrin 56, R. L. Pirtle 55, Irene our obligations. It is therefore sugsick for some time.is improving slowC II Tichenor 4 " " " 600 Robards 53, H. W. Robards ,52, J. II. gested that Friday, Feb. 22nd, 1895, Quin 52, Etta Thomas 50, Elorence ly. J W Cooper yi ' being the birthday of the Father of 225 White 50, T. G. McMurry 48, Mr. Wallace Graves, Horse Branch , J. II. our Country, be observed as ' C Thomas 1 " 1 50 " J Williams 40, M. Brandon 40, B.Heav-ri- n spent Sunday in this place. 1 G W Reed I " " " Coach Thanksgiving Day." 50 Miss Leta Ragland entertained CK Reneer K " " 40 Wayne Griffin 35, S. II. Heav" Let every colored church, College, 75 quite pleasantly on the evening of rin 27, Geo. May 25, Lula Miller 25, school, secret society WMUrowntjS and community 225 the 4th. Among those present were: C N Brown " " " 4 50 v;. wedding 20, Wm. Collins 15, throughout Kentucky, assemble to3 Misses Lizzie Curley, Agnes Childs, C Jessie Bean 11. ' 1 50 K Reneer I gether and offer unto God thanks for Nora Martin, Dixie and Bell Whiting-hil- l. S Hocker 1 FIRST DISTINCTION. , 1 50 the decision, and at the same time Messrs. J. D. Whitinghill, C W Browni R. E. Settle 99, J. C. Pirtle 98, T. raise large 1 50 a contribution to our Fund. S. Woodward 96. John Curley, V. G Ragland and John W J Iglehart 1 ' " 1 50 " Either by sermon, addrtss, concert Barrass, of Taylor Mines. SECOND DISTINCTION. 1 50 R M Loney I entertainment or in some other suitaMr. II. P. Watts made a business D T. J. Morton 93, T. J. Neafus 92, ble way, " R Hesley 1 1 50 " " let appropriate exercises be A. P. Taylor 92, H. Pruden 90. trip to Louisville, last week. ' ' D C Benton i held. Let us quietly and peaceable 75 Mignon. ' ' show forth our joy pocketbooks. ForA A Bryant 5 7 50 College Happening. ward all money to Farmers' Bank, E D Tatum 2tf , ' ' 3 75 When wo sec so many young ladies J S Moseley 3 Frankfort,Ky.,with notice of amount 4 50 and gentlemen entering the vanonus Confirmed Early. ' to Secretary. Let there be united JAPark3tf 525 schools of the land continually wend- action on the part of our people ' 1 50 Minister (to habitual in- Samuel Hines 1 ' Visiting ing their way through our own throughout the State. ebriate) My poor man, Is thcro B F Sullenger 2 ' 3 00 wide beopen portals, we nothing in your youthful past that J B Southard 1 1 50 The "History of the Anti Seperate lieve tho young people of our land Coach Movement." can be secured " you can look upon which will induco M F Tichenor 2 ' 3 00 you to pauso in this awful career? 261 are awakening to tho realization of by sending $1,00 to the Secretary of J W Allen itf ' Had you no dlvino teaching? Were P W Tabor 1 the opportunities of this the golden Executhe Committee. It will prove ' 1 50 you not confirmed when a boy? age of intellectuality. Was there a valuable addition to the library of ComOrdered that the following Habitual Inebriate I was, sir. At American tho ago of fourteen I was a con- mittee bo and they are hereby allow- ever such an insatiate louging for the every Negro of the State. firmed drunkard. N. Y. World. ed the sums set opposite- their names immortal things of life, for those Baptist. Miss Utnily Foreman, who has for the maintenance ol tho following things that not only impart beauty, Trjlng the Allnd Care. been sick for some time, is improving but strengthens the soul eternally. A Now York merchant Is reported by paupers: The way to wisdom seems inviting in health. C HB Coleman Committee for E1N the Tribune to have found his of3ce boy Rev. A. Jackson, mother and neice weathering one of tho terribly hot days jah Davis, $2500. to all who aro willing to tread its brok of last summer In a manner highly have gone to Taylor Mines, visiting C L Field Committee for TH en paths, and extricate the many philosophical, and therefore worthy Rev. Nelson Jacksou. things that must In its spirit, at least of gone ml imita- Baird, $90 00 be encountered Mr. II. C. Pace is on the sick list tion. It was n dull day, with nothing1 along its dusty highways. M J Everly Committee fur Emily ' ' , going on. Tho boy had taken off his this week. The following are those who have coat and vest, and would havo taken Let nor, 2000. Rev. Wm. 'Johnson closed a very off his collar, but that his employer obA 8 Aull Committee for Mary entered school recently: Misses Laura interesting meeting last week. He jected. By and by tho merchant saw Pielden, Render, Mary Miller.City; Hendricks 35 00. J had five accessions. him writing putting down a word or and Bridges, Muhleuberg county; It ir Taylor Committee for John two and looking out of the window alThe colored will celebrate Washing-ton- s Carrie Cox, ytanley; Messrs. J. H. ternately. The merchant's curiosity FairfcV,840 00. birthday on the 22nd and have was oxcltod, nnd ho stepped up behind V D Fulkerson Committee for Park, White Run; M. P. Kimbley, an entertainment at night, the protho boy and looked over his shoulder. Ceralvo and SI. D. filaddox, Small-bous- e. ceeds of which will go to to In front of him lay a foolscap sheet James Stewart, $30 00. the with words llko these: W M Awtry Committee for Ellen coach fund. Admission ipc. Icebergs, soda, north Sir. Silas Griffin, a former student, The Green River Valley Educapolo, Greenland, Iceland," and so on. Ezell, 872 00. W M Awtry Committee for Widow from Zion, Ky., entered school this tional Convention meets this week tho hint, and beThe merchant took gun to feel raoro comfortable immedi- C'armickcl, $30 00. week. at Owensboro, Ky. ately. The Spring School in Hayti is very Z H. Shultz, R. D. Walker, Lee Geo. Thompson Committee for John German Tramp Card. B. Stevens, Misses Carrie Wccrner, well attended considering the bad Bell, 850 00. A modification of the German system J M Sulser Committoo for Faul City, and Miss Palmer, Hardin weather. of cards for men tramping In search of Otis Hlnes is on the sick list this county, visited our school Tuesday work has been Introduced in England. Young, 850 00. week. provides for the Issue ot cards on morning. It JoeMcKinley Committee for SaRev. J. II. Ealy is attending the winch tho bearer's last employor inTho Ilypatlans will give an open dorses a certificate of character, and on rah Nelson, 820 00. Educational Convention at Owens-bor- e which tho suitable authority prints a J B Ward Committee for David session in tho College Hall Jriday this week. list of tho proper places at which to Loug, 820 00. evening at 4 o'clock. They anticipate starting a Normal apply for shelter and food in every city Baitiio. A K Leach Committee for Jessio of the United Kingdom. The tramp and Theological School at Owens-- . who has ono of these cards Is entitled Brookius, 835 00. boro in the near future and all the Kxcui-iIoi- i I! a ira. its presentation to food and sholter on A K Leach Committee for Mrs. For Kentucky State Convention of colored people of the Green River any of the designated places. One at Valley ought to do all they can to who docs not hare It Is mado to labor Culbertson, 820 00. V M C A at Lexington Feb. In tho workhouse wherever he is caught W Albirj Committee for John Wat- tickets will be on sale Feb. 20, 21,22. support it, for we need such a school son A W, 84000. at one fare for round trip, good until in this part of the country, and with Why Do the Wires Hum? the united efforts ot the colored peoJ J Stewart Committee for K Will- the 24th to return. Tho humming of tolegraph wires Mardi Grass Mobile, New Oleans. ple and the assistance we can get Is not caused by wind, for it is iams, 835 00. Ion Duke Committee for Stella Tickets will be on sale 19th to 24th from our white 'friends the school heard during doad calms. Changes which tighten or Johnson, 830 00. of tomporaturo, s inclusive at one limited will be a success. There never is a looson the wire, probably produco fare for round trip limited to March 15 time when our white friends fail to I). M. HOOKER, O. O. CO. help 11s in a laudable enterprise when the sound , . to teturu. Copy Attest: they see that we are trying to help By EKNEST TRAOY, D. O. On account of Conference Kentucky Tiiellnrtlsnirholo far. ourselves. Epworth League at Newport Feb'y A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Messrs. Sam and Hally Brown, of arrangements have been made has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures Rochester, came near drowning last to icturn delegates fiee from CincinThey were nati if tickets are purchased via B & Monday all day Sunday in Gieen River. here every in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr out on the ice when it gave way in O S W to Cincinnati or from Newport Taylor will be found at his home about 50 feet of water, Mr. James if tickets are purchased via L & N gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the Willis came to their rescue, but he, railroad on presentation of certificate time. We are glad to say he ranks too, went through the ice and came properly signed, showing that tick, up with the ablest Photographers in near losing his llfe.aud all three were ets were purchased to Cincinnati or one ss one rates, the State. First class work guaran-- 1 struggling in the water, when Bub Newport at regular Reneer made his appearance on skates and showing that they were delegates teed. twenty-fiv- o and through his assistance they were in attendance at the meeting, . "When beauty comes he takes it; couts. all saved, II. MKRRicr, Agent. If there is aoaehe makes It." BEAVER half-dozt- n Nervous and Weak ... ...'... ... Bans-parll- ia slng-gla- t, Hood's5; Cures sep-era- te vis-te- Fe-la- nd "300 "Anti-Sepera- te te halt-fille- d "Ico-crca- m, lco-col- d 21-2- first-clas- 22-2- 4 you' Itomombor get tho Now York Tribune first-cla- and The Hbpublioan both for year, for dollar and a5i A Hartford Republican sac 1'riday, Fkbruary 15,1895. I want 1117 lady friends to know of the new field now open for them. In tho past 6 months we have made a profit of $907.02 nftcr paying oil expenses. All our sales have been made at home, not having canvassed any. My official duty calling me away most of the time, I left the Dish Washer business In my wife's control with the above results. The business is rapidly increasing, and will continue to grow until every family has a Climax Dish Washer. Not a day passes but what we sell one or two, somedays fifteen or twenty Dish Washers. It's easy selling what everybody wants to buy. You can wash and dry the dishes perfectly in two reinutes. For full particular.ad-dres- s the Climax Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Cet a sample washer and can't help but make money. They only cost $s. What a woman Can do. of the right of franchise. It is admlted that this form of government is theoretically imperfect, Orders-Oh- io inasmuch as there is no provision made for the exercise of the right of franchise on the part of the citizens. It is considered by those who have lived under this government, which has existed since the year 1878, that this defect appears greater in theory than in actual experience. A large nnmbcrof the residents of Washington arc no more disenfranchised than are alike number of residents In other c'tles of the country. It is admitted that one of the causes of the venality and corruption in the governments, of the American cities is due to the voluntary withdrawal from active participation in local affairs of many of the best and most substan- without the exercise ITo'tice, County Court R e g u 1 ar Term 7th day of February 1895. J. H. Midkiff and others having heretofore lodged with the Judge of this Court a petition for an election to be held in the making $5 You may just as well be as to doing nothing. UNIQUE CITY GOVERNMENT. At tho National Capital tho City Troaaury is not at tho Moroy of Local Politicians. The revelations made by the investigations of the Lcrow Committee in regard to corruption ia the municipal government of New York City has called general attention to the government of cities throughout the country. In some cities, through the press, some steps have been taken to correct the most glaring ol the evils which oppress the residents of the average city. It is but natural that at this time, owing to the awakened public interest in this direction, that theie should be considerable attention direction to the form of city government which prevails at tie Nation's Capital. Perhaps the most striking result, and the one which perhaps would commend itself most thoroughly to practical minds, is that such a very large per centage of the money contributed by is expended directly for the benefit of the city. As is perhaps well known, the people of Washington have no voice directly in their local government. The city is located in a territory some six miles square, which was ceded to the United States by the State of Maryland, for the purpose of establishing there the seat of go eminent. Congress has exclusive jurisdiction over this tenitory and holds the relas Hon of common council to the citizen of Washington. The form of government is by three commissioners, two from civil life.and one from the army, who are appointed by the President by and with the advice of the Senate. The appointment of the minor officials of the District government is entrusted to the commissioners. All the laws for the government of the District are passed by Congress, but the Commissioners are authorized to make the police regulations, the building regulations, and the other minor regulation which are found tax-paye- tial cit'zens. In Washington this class of citizens do not enjoy this right while, on the other hand, the control of municipal affairs is not handed over to the ignorant and lower elements of the city's population. In lieu of the privilege of casting a ballot.which seems tp be valued more highly in theory than clean and economical local government. The money that they pay into the public treasury is expended almost to a cent for public purposes, and for the common good. The men who are selected as civil ian commissioners are engaged in professional or commercial business, and at the close of the four years term of office they expect to return to the ranks of the citizens and to They are resume their occupations. therefore amenable to the will of the people, and are anxious to promote their personal popularity. In their intercourse with the officials of their city government the average citizen suffers no dimunition of respect or influence because he does not exer cise the right of a freeman at the polls. As a class it is said that the citizens of Washington are satisfied with the present form of government, although there is a certain element who have not given up the hope that popular suflerage will again be restore ed with the inevitable accompaniment of the distribution of the spoils of office. It'll Jntl I.Ike Womnn. To scold about little troubles and be brave about big ones. To overestimate their own beauty far less than they under estimate their own goodness. To faint at mice and spank tigers with a broomstick. To value a baby above the world, or a pug above a baby. To keep the nine commandments more easily than the tenth. To look at the most undeserving of men through the kindly spectacles of town of Beaver Dam pursuant to the general Local Option Law, said petition is now filed of record, and said petitioners having deposited sufficient money with of Nollrtt lo Cr.itllorn. Ohio County Dirootory. Creditors persons having and j claims against the estate of M. V. CIRCUIT COURT. Duke, deceased, are hereby notified Hon W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borto present same to me properly provHon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney en at my office in Hartford, Ky., on or before the 20th day of February, Owensboro. JohnW. Black. Jailer Hartford. 1895, or they will be forever barred. G. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master CommissionJ. Augustus Smith, er Hartlord. 38 2t Special Commissioner. G. B Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund Hartford. nennreoroinlmrnt In Catarrh That C. P. Keown. Sheriff Hartford. Contain Jl.rcury. As mercury will surely destroy the Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford. Fordaville, S T. sense of staell and complete derange Jos. II Roberts. Stevens Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, the whole system when entering it rn!ittnwn through the mucous surfaces. Such Coutt convenes first Monday in articles should never be used except March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in on prescriptions from reputable phyMay and November ewo weeks. sicians, as the damage they will do is COUNTY COURT ten fold to the good you can possible John P Morton, Judge Hartford derive from them. Catarrh Hall's D. M Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P Nenl, Attorney--Hartfo- rd Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney Court convenes first Monday in & Co , Toledo, O , contains no mercury, and is taken internally and is each month. QUARTERLY COURT made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. CheBegins ot." the third Monday in ney & Co. Testimonials free. January, April, July and October. 8aT"Sold by druggist, price 75c per COURT OF CLAIMS. 28 1 mo. Convenes first Monday in January bottle. and Tuesday after the first Monday in October. The World's OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS showed no baking powder G. S. Fitzhuch. Surveyor Sul- - Coughs and Golds, Soro Throat, Uronclntis, Weak Lungs, General Debility and all forms of Emaciation uro speedily ourod by Scott's Emulsion Oonsnmptivou always find groat roliof by Inking it, and consumption is ofton curod. No other nouriohmont restore strength bo tiuickly and oflbctivoly. oro mado strong and robust by Scott's Emulsion when other forms of food Boom to do thorn no rfood whnlovor. Tho only gonuiuo Scott's Hinul.ion is put up in iamon-cth- rt wrapper, Ilofuso cheap substituted! StnJJtrfamfihl n Scelfi Emuliten. FREE. 8oott A Uowno, N. Y. All Drucslats. 00 oenta nnd I. Weak Babies and Thin Children J Fair Tests signments. Hcrndon-Carte- r Fly shipping Company, YOU CAN MAKE MONEY CommlMlon to Merchants, LotiUvIllc, Ky., because thev are the larrcnt and most re liable commission merchants, and because they can handlo shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited. Write to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties Eggs, Butter, Poultry, Fruits of all kinds, Brans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarter for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on con- General correspondence solicited. so pun or so great talag In leav power as tho Royal. ! this the Judge Court to defray ex penses hereof and of said election, it is therefore that the Sheriff of Ohio County be and he is hereby directed to open a poll in the ordero d "Never put off till What can best be done Don't insist in tones t sorrow, Advertising does not pay, "Try it now, be enterprising, Put your "ad" in right away, And you'll find that advertising Will unquestionable pay." ia phur Springs. Scliool superinII. Sliuitz, tendent Hartlord. N C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. We JCe&d them All" voting precinct in the town of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, on the 10 day o( April, 1895, to take the sense of the legal voters of the said town whether or not Vinous, and Malt Liquors shall Spir-itiou- s, be sold in said town, and whether or not the law now in force pity. To try independence, succeed in it, but prefer it not. To tell life long for social position, or throw it away for love in an in- prohibiting the sale, barter and loan of and traffic in such liquors in said to "n shall become inoperative. The Clerk of How to Curb Yoursklp While Using It. The tobacco habit grows on a niaa until his nervous system is seriously effected, imparing health, To quit sudcomfort and happiness. denly is to severe a shock to the system, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system Baco-Curis a continually craves. scientific cure for the tobacco habit in all its forms, carefully compound ed after the formula of an eminent Berlin Physician who has used it in his private practice since 187a, without a failure, purely vegetable and guaranteed petlectly harmless. Yoa can use all the tobacco you want, while taking it will notify you when to stop. Wegivea written guarantee to permanently cure any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, interest is not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or Sold by all druggists, with smoke. our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per box, three boxes, (thirty days treatment,) $2 50, or sent direct upon receipt of price. SEND SIX o Baco-CurBaco-Curo TWO-CENT Don't Mop Tobacco. stant. To retain despite many bitter experience the trust of a good heart in human nature. NewYorkRecorder. A STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Company, Manufacturing Chemists, La Crosse, Wisconsin. t. the city government at the Nation's Capital, some of the principal items are given. The largest item in this expenditure is the one to meet the Interest on the debt which now amounts to about $18,000,000, and the sinking fund charges, a total annual expenditureof more than $1,500,-00In addition more than $660,000 is spent on street improvements; over $942,000 for the public school, while the police department costs more than half a million. Some $480,000 represents the cost ot characters and corrections, while $396,000 is spent on sewers, and $236,000 for salaries and contingent expenses. The fire department $163,000; the courts $98,-00and the militia $30,000. There is in each House of Congress a committee which has charge of matters relating to the District of Citizens appear before Columbia. these committees and urge the needs of the city. The economy of this form of government is undisputed, while the absence ot ths practical politician and his raids upon the public treasury, which is such a common feature in all city governments, is conceded .to be a great advantage. In consideration of tk-benefits, the substantial citizens of the Nation's Capital are perfectly willing to go 0. 0, se necessary. The money collected ! real from tne.( assessment estate, from liquor licenses, the personal tax and for pm ilegcs of aricus kinds known as licenses, is paid into the United States Treasury, under the law which established this form of government. The United States is pledged to pay one-haof the municipal expenses of the District. The District is about $3,000,000, and this is supplemented by a similar amount from the United States Treasury. Congress passes each year what is known as the District Appropriation Dill, which provides for the various expenses of the city, on the basis of a gross expenditure of about $6,ooo, 000. This division of the burden of expenses of the District government was fixed upon because it was found that the value of the united States property in the city was about 50 per cent, of the valuation of the entire property, and in comparison with the valuation of taxable property, owned by private individuals, the property of the United States, and that of the District itself, and of others exempt property, was more than 50 per cent. In order to give some idea of how the large sum of $6,000,000 is expended j early for the running expenses of lf Don't do it, boys; you young B. D Ringo, Chairman; W. G. Hardwick. Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. lows who slip away from home eveField, John P. Morton. nings and stay out on the streets, SCHOOL TRUSTEES. loafing until late in the night, peras L. F. Wffrner, Rowan Holbrook, haps early in the morning. You are Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. young now but the time will come Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Secwhen you will wish you had been retary. n careful of your health and habits. RELIGIOUS. Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, And don't, please don't, stick a mis as Pastor. Services second Sunday in erable smoking cigarette between each month, at n a. m and 7 p. m. Iawr. your teeth and smoke and smoke unPrayer meeting every Thursday evenSample. . . . 900pm 1000am ing. til your lungs become as dry and M. M. E. Church Stephensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m Rev. E E. Pate, brittle as a fried goose's liver, your . . . 9 14 p ra 10 14 a ra Pastor. Services every third Sunday Addison skin as yellow as a dried lemon, and C. O. C. C. Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a m in each month at 11 a. m. and at 7 your eyes dead and watery as boiled Cloverport . . 9 28 p ra 10 33 a m p. m Prayer meeting every Wedcock your little old Copy Attest: Don't onions. . . . o 31 p m 10 37 a m nesday night. Shops BY ERNEST TRACY, D. C. Skillman . . . 9 43 p in 10 50 a m Christian Church Rev. I. H. Teel, had on one side of your little swelled Hawesville . . 9 54 p ra 11 02 a m Pastor. Services first Sunday in head, and start out in search of red Petrie . . . . 10 02 p ra n 09 a m each month, morning and night. liquor. If you do they'll bury you Falcon . . . . 10 07 p m 11 15 a ra SECRET SOCIETIES one of these days, and they'll do it in Cayce . . . . 10 12 p m n 19 a ra Rockport Lodge. No 312, F, & A. orLewisport . . 10 18 p m n 25 a m M. meets regularly on the first and a hurry, and bury you deep. If you Waitraan . . 10 asp mil 33 am third Saturday nights in each month. want to be a man let drink alone. of Powers to 35 pm 11 43 am Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Read, study, play marble or ball, run, 1048 pra 11 56 am No. 675 F. & A. Masons, first MonPates.. kick up your heels like a filly turned , . to 59 p m 12 06 p in day night in each month. All bteth-re- n Owensboro Mattingly . . it 09pm 1218pm into pasture for the first time in the are invited to attend regularly. be Griffith . . . 1 1 14 p m 12 23 p m G. J. Bean, W M. Shelby Taylor Secspring, but don't pour rotten poison 18 p 11112 27 pm retary. 11 Stanley whisky, down your a stuff called Woithington . 11 25 p m 12 35 p m Rough River Lodge No.noKnights throat. It isn't yours anyway; it be. . . 11 33 p m t2 42 p m of Pythias. Reads . Meets every Saturday longs to the devil, and he needs it . . 11 45 p m 12 53 p ra night at Masonic Hall, B. D. Ringo, Spottsville . . it 53 p ra la 59 p si C. C. Basketts . all, every drop of it. Ar. Henderson ta to a m 1 15 p m And above all, don't by word or EAST BOUND dialy daily deed, add to the burdens of your No. 52. No 54 mother; remember sue loves you as Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m deeply as when you were a clean, of Spottsville , . . 7 43 a ra 3 16 p ra white babe, though you may be a 8 50 a ra 3 33 p m Reads "tough kld"whom everyone dislikes. 1895, Wotthington . . 7 58 n ra 3 30 p m She is not so strong as she once was, Stanley . . . . 8 06 a ra 3 37 p ra 7 a. m. Griffith , . . . 8 09 a ra 3 41 11 ra the hand of time, maybe, has touchMattingly . . , 8 17 a ra 3 47 p ra ed her hairand leltitgray and streak(tt r:. W. p. m., Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m Thi tternir and mart molting ed where it was once beautiful and 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m Pates higher glossy. Her step is slower than it . . 8 55 a m 4 ao p ra phases of life are subdued and the Powers , . Be a man; respect her used to be. Waitnian , , , , 905 a ra 4 29 p m qualities of friendship and love obtain i Lewisport and live right and when she die3 who 9 13 a m 4 36 p m ou the yielding of human suffering and . . 9 19 a ra 4 42 p ra the restoration of health, strength and Cajce loves you more than anyone will love on Falcon 9 23 a m 4 45 p m contentment. Tho following Is calcuyou again, when the wasted, tired Petrie . . , . 9 29 a ra 4 51 p m hands have been folded for unbroken Hawesville . . . 9 37 a ra 4 59 P n lated to assnige human passion and be Skillman . . , . 9 48 a m 5 09 p m get elevated thoughts and actions; If. sleep, there will go with you sweet Shops io 00 a 111 521 p m 8. Cats, merchant, North Oakland, Pa., and tender recollections like guardian Cloverport . . 10 05 a m 524 p m writes: " Please send six bottles of Dr. angels along the rugged road of life. HOlt to 20 a ra 5 36 p m Fanner's Kidney and Backache Cure to man; not Now is the time to be a . Addison . to 23 a ra 540 p ra Eamuel Cate, Amesburg, Mass. It is wait until you are "grown up." Stephensport . . to 28 a in 5 45 pm for my mother, who would be glad to sale, fel- naril la The ttojn. this Court is directed s to prepare poll-book- LOCIftTII.l.E,ftT. LOUlft WESTBOUND daily dally. ATEX.n.n Mrs. Mizelta Tanner, Poorhouse Keeper Hartford. JUSTICES COURTS. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs, March 3, June I, September 3, December 3. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson, Prcntls, March 9, June 8, September 7, De cember 7. Roslne C L. Woodward, Center-towMarch 13, June 13, September 13, December 13. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, March 30, June 39, September 38, December 38, Boling, Fordsvllle James A. Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, September 14, December 14. CONSTABLES. Hartford Hosea Shown, Bcda. Buford J L. Patton, Buford. Fordsvllle- -: J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, Roslne Thos Oiler, Rosine. Cromwell R. B. Msrtin, Cromwell. POLICE COURTS. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; J P. Stevens, Marshal, B. L. Kelly, Attorney. Court held every second Monday in each month. Beaver Dam- - D A. Miller, Judge; , Marshal. held Court first Saturday in January, April, July and October. Cromwell f P. Cooper, Judge; Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held second Saturday in January, April, July and October. L Francis, Judge; D Hamilton W Roll. Marshal. Court held on third Saturday in January,AprilJuly and October. Rock port W. B. James, Judge; J. J Gilem, Marshal. Court held on first Mondays in January, April, July nnd October. Roslne J. D. Byers, fudge: H. Morris, Marshal. Court held first Saturdays in each tno.ith. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; J. W. Garrett. Marshal. Courts held on fourth Saturday in January. April, July nnd October. COMMERCIAL CLUB. Meets at Court House every 3d and 4th Friday night J. S. R. Wedding, President, C. R. Martin, Sec- IN faltern prices tOQ. style, Four points that W tlBSGSKSSBKSSEasijifid S3$ makes successful business. No prices made so low but that we make, them lower. MARTIN & SMITH, 0"7V23LSTDOX,0 304, 3o6 M TP"CLXrXl.tTX7?Q 3UE023L M'Ttrullon Tim HrpHbllmn, i East Main. muFinnumagaBOTjF QUAKER CITY BAKING POWBFR Ls C Alltffr. . . . . I littltn. w , Xdtltne. tk. kos 1 M AbMlutlrpi"uiclvAofcKnf, f With tea pcnnlM I 11 It U I'flniinft 111 VWaTXamtvbkM Ketaumnl n t. .if all fAh4 I0mit. Of jroarOroccrui-- r lOmJ.) I rur.uccrM wiuer- - ml crioi-io- imuj rallurathcrawUintTert . .... .... i dr; CulmiplboT. then. II. rear ranln nlU r mi fooMWboiu.Q.r' n. , A WINTER'S ENTERTAINMENT Weekly Hews real Value FOR LITTLE MONEY. 01 the world for a Trifle. and ballots for said election required by law. The Sheriff will advertise said election required by D. Hockek, No. 53 No. 51. Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p 111 7 30 a m 6 45 p m 7 45 a ra Ky. Street West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a ra Howard Willowdale . . . 7 39 p ra 8 37 a m Rock Haven . . 7 47 p ra 8 45 a m Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53a m Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m 8 13 p ra 9 am Ekron Guston . . . . 8 21 p ra 9 19 a m Irvington . . . 8 30 p ra 9 30 a m Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a ra 8 45 p ra 9 47 a m Lodiburg 8 55 p m 9 56 a ra Pierce retary. ... TOWN TRUSTEES. ... journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The Family Circle, Our Young Polks, and Science and Mechanics. Its Home and Society columns command the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its brillgeneral political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, iant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lor A twenty-page fct f ilffi f fflltt. . ONE YEAR The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 25. Subsc.iptlon may begin at any time. Address nil orders to Election Notice! Pursuant to an the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, 3E3Ca,yt3Oirc3.y IBLy- Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Jest, Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of Till VBW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Ohio County Court, I will opened caus to poll in the voting precinct in the town of Beaver Dam, Ohio der ... .. ... gj.xslm oisr c i. a l fAyAsyAyAiykigiyyAM 1 County,Kentucky,on the 10th day April between the and hours of to take the 4 sense of the legal and Ths Leadiog Photographer. Pictures In Ererj Stjli aid Siie. In Poor IfflrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged 108$ A SPECIALTY. Main Street. 0wi7 03T owENnmm, OE8TINQUALI ! Exchange. a. tm Mrs. Loulle M. Gordon, representative-at-large of the Woman's Depart-men- t, will visit Washington on the 15th of Pebiuary, to attend a meeting of the Woman's Union, an organiza- tion compojedof delegates from all the women's clubs and societies in the United States. Her object in going is to extend invitations tonll these qualified voters n the said town Whether question: or not the law now in force prohibiting barter or the loan of spirituous, vinous and malt li- quors in sam town, shall become inoper- ...... IN QUANTITY. .... fUfllfid! i WHITE'S CREAM -- n nun i! su 111u1.ll inure U1SI1 you imagine Jcriousandl x idim uncases result irom, tnflmcr ailments nerlectcd. DorPt play with Nature's r greatest gift health. j means Health tf Hyoi.fll.r to( ortl, w..k i iTiEinniMtrJii 1 trtfifihtninf meaifiriwiicnii SlUll fll VIUWH tus A fw bot. blc v. Browtfs TOR SO YEARS EMIFUCE2 Jron i cd all WOFIM Romodlos. V DOTTLE GUARANTEED, 9 1 MY ALT. DKUOUISTa. li Tr.f.r.4 .r V ntnt smiiiit rft., it. ions. hlMttd, ..IY0.1, jT hi. no .pptill. ana til nAtk bftln at citttik. f organizations to visit Atlanta next fall. Mrs. Gordon has a very wide a. m acquaintance, and has contributed to Notice. this the press for some years. In Mr. Galen C. WesUrfield has taken way, .shi knows many of the leading a position with Tun Rkxudmcn as newspaper people, and most ol tne general solicitor and collector. Any prominent women of the country, and all business e ntrusted to his care She has assurance, in advance, from will be promptly attended to. the members of a number of associaOr. Price's Cream Baking Powder tions that they will accept the InviWorld's Pair Highest Award. tation. i ative therein. This Feb. 7, 1895. C. P. Keown, S.O.C. Sample . . . 10 37 a ra 5 52 p ra Pierce . . , . 1041 a ra 5 57 pm Lodiburg , . 10 49 a ra 6 06 p ra Webster . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 p m Irvington . . . 11 05 a m 6 33 p ra Guston , . 640pm it 14 a ra 6 11 22 a in 48 p tn Ekron . . Brandenburg . it 3t am 5 58 pm Long Branch . it 39 a 1117 07 p m Rock Haven . it 47 am 7 14 pra Willowdale . . 11 53 am 7 21 pra Howard , , , 12 02 pra 7 30 pm West Point . . is 05 pm 7 35 P Ky Street . 12 45pm 8 15 pra 1 00 p m 8 30 p m Ar. U. Louisville II. C MordUP, O. P. A., Louisville, Ky-, . give you a strong recommendation of this medicine, as she thinks it has prolonged her life." It is equally good in all kidney diseases, female complaints, blood and skin diseases, etc. If satisfaction not given money refunded. Take koma bottle Bitters; try Aril a.vnt dtxt-rt- Uitht and pleasant to siAtm X iiiv m 1t' Uk. WHfcN YUU GO TO GALLON OVYtMHO It Cures i fjraijcpaia, ... rm .via Malaria, 11 Tip SSSi.'SSSAoHti.fTS Tk Bilwlrlrrlur. tllifc ivn.Disk WwkM Upt i.V f a feall; ! Uu. tfrUi VwhM, Mmm VUftMt WftlUf IMC Vriafcl, ul I mho abTsK. H Itl kv.., la 4 fcUfM 4ttrMa.wwr4aU4 mint Vahatdlthal J'1M, pUM M14a4 OliMlarifrw Vi. vuMif id Uaa Tm . Cbftl. r. v. mil m 10,1 CO . Clark V. IJ, ItU-- u. ThellartUniriialn Car. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures Monday here every all day in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers (n work guaranthe State. First-clas- s teed, "When beauty comes he takes It; If there is none he makes it." V3S3B xjQ'Xia:rJk.:r'xac3t, For the final and Mot Artutit Worle, CTheo.Cain, -r-- rironsunation. Bad Blnod iivuuin. '.. iuany ana Llvsr . Woman's complaints. Nsrvoas allmoaU " a M any lite orityle, Frederiea St. , Htteen fim37 n tirdand4th. Ccl onlr th. (tnulnt It h croaMd ta. Ilniion Ihawr.pn.r. Allolh.n at. til. lilUIC. OnfCC.llltof Iwotf it.miuw. will .end ..I nf Tba nautf..l w.ij.. ', Fair Vl.wa and book-f- r... Every family in Ohio county, should send to Williams & Bell Hart ford, or to the drug store in your own town aud get a bottle of "I'ibri- line" Tailless Quinine. It will cost only aj cts and is the best thing on earth for children or anyone else who PlBAUftl.1....,.,, j (jrwifH V.HIKIUAI. I.U. SA1.TIMOSI, ... MO. ... .i J ain't take bitter QaUU, If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams & Bell Drug Store free sam. pie bottle ol Pomroys Liver.C-.t- e It never fails to cure,