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WE DO JOB WORK 0R9AX Of THE PARTY IK TEE FOURTH COMEISIOm DISTRICT, teBTTOX-- y 3E5L1U.C3.. show how you stand with Tho republican. Pay up and fllin VMQf In AHitnnnn ntal ... will sond you Tho Loulavllle I wuukiv uommorciai on yoa froo. Will THIS TAG suDBormo VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. AT TIIK LINCOLN MONUJIENT. ROnnRTUS D. LOVB . Pet-tlgre- NO. 30. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SM - t S "Here was a battle going on," said an old soldier,, i'nothlng very heroic about nor anything very tremendous, except that more or less men were getting killed and wounded all the me the young woman, and I will de time. Patches of woods with open stroy her virture, and return her to I'll not fcrgit them happy days we spaces intervening, the line stretched you a blasted and withered thing, used to sort o' batch along in the edge of the woods and and an Instrument to lead others to Together in a little room that didn't across the open spaces. Alontr in destruction have no latch Bring me the mechanic and laborer, front an open space, and on the other To keep the other fellows out that side of the. Confederates, in woods, and his own money the hard earned liked to come an' stay, An' hear them dastcd funny things She will probably be banished, and, like ourselves; where there were fruit of toil shall be made to plant IS it allowed to choose her place of exile, Abe Lincoln used to say. woods , but (n iight-- , earth works.an d poverty, vice and Ignorance in his repair to England. Them days Abe Lincoln an' myself rifle pits between. Tfial was their once happy home. Brlngme thepro-fesse- d This probability suggests the re- position, and we had advanced toward V was pore as anything, follower of Christ and I will Job's turkey wasn porerj but we used flection that sometimes ought in hon- it as a part of some general move- blight and wither every devotional to lad and sing, or to be done for her in the United ment, and our business was to stay feeling of his heartand send him forth An' Abe was clean chuck full o' fun; BEST FOR SHIRTS. States not by the Government or there and keep the troops in front en- to plant iufidelity and crime among but he was sharp as tacks, I'er that there comic face o' hls'n was even by popular subscription, but by gaged. thc pnoonn QAUOLI CO. cum men. Bring mc the minister of the those individvals who have been infortified with lac's. "Veteran troops, ours were, except gospel, and I will defile the purity of in betraying her into her Some fellers used to laff at Abe be- strumental for such recruits as were scattered the church and make the name of represent ignominious and unhappy cause his boots and pants Bring among, us and except for a few enthu- ligion a stencil in the land. Appeared to be on distant terms, but plight. It is true that this country Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R. R. siastic men that liked to shout, usiag ine the lawyer, and the judge, and I when he'd git a chance is bound by the lawful acts of the will pervert justice, break the integri He'd give 'cm scch a drubbin' that President, and it might be possible to ammunition sparingly and not shoot-muc- h ty of our civil institutions, and the they'd clean lergit his looks; unless they thought they had DETWCtN Fer Abe made up in common sense produce ingenious arguments to sus- some sort of chance for hitting some- name of law shall become a hissing tain the proposition that, having been the things he lacked in books. times. Thoughtless sometimes,sbout and a byword iu the streets. LOUISVILLE aided and abetted by Mr. Cleveland Amaitingyour reply, lam Wull.nex' election I got beat an' Abe in her attempts to regain the throne, themselves, but pretty careful gener AND come back alone; Yours truly, ally ana protecting themselves as I kep' on'the farm, pervid- - she is entitled to a pecuniary recom- much as they could. But even with A RUMSELLItR in' fer my own. pense from the people of the United You sec, I had a woman, an' two States for what she has lost in conse- that, and with the fighting slow, we I Rumseixer: ALIO managed in thc course of the day to . My dear son: twins that called me paw, I address you by rnoM AND TO and in An' Abe he kep' too, at quence. If she had promptly lose a pretty good lot of men. this endearing appellation because of good faith accepted her overthrow as AND EVAHSVILLL CINCINNATI politics an law, "Here now, was a man in my regi- the congeniality of our spirits and of final, she might have saved a good I didn't hear much more of Abe out Do not purchase a Ticket ment shot through the body. He the great work we are engaged in. I deal out of the wreck, and not imthere in ole Calhoun, NORTH. ElST, SOUTH OR WEST crawled away toward the rear. I most cincerely accept your proposal. Fer I was out o' polities' an' kind o' probably have obtained a pension Until you havccon.ultcd an Agent of the from the Hawaiian Republic. And don't know why he wasn't picked up For s.ooo years I sought in vain for a out o' tune 'Ith things that happened; but way that Mr. Cleveland's conduct was a by the hospital men, but he wasn't. man so near my own heart to do my eg W. O. back I'd named my tw' twin boys, powerful if not a paramount influence Just back ol that part of the line work among men. I ransacked the One Abraham, one Liucoln; finest UUITHI) TRAIN8. in dissuading her from that course is where our regiment was stationed lowest depths of hell for spirits who team in Illinois! TOllMAN DVl'I'KT BUtliritKB, hardly open to debate. Through him was a little farmhouse. In front of could do for me the whole oi destruc JIODHKN KQt'IPMWtT Wull, here one day I read that Abe's therefore, she has apparently lost the this house was a sort of open yard or tion. But little success attended among the candidates space in which there was one tree; it their efforts. I sent out the demon comfortable and respecta11. LYNCH, T. JOHN HCIIOLS, (My ole friend Abe) fer President o' means of a OCR Mod OEM Out he will find it wasn't a very big tree, and I don't Murder, and he slew a few thousand, ble existence. l'30 AGT these United States; lOUISVILl., KT. An' though I had the rheumatiz an difficult, indeed we think impossible, remember what kind of a tree it was most generally the helpless and innocent; but his mission was a failure. felt run down an' blue. to shitt the responsibility upon the but I remember that two of its roots I entered politics again anr helped to bade my servant Lust, go forth. He people. They and their representa- ran away from the trunk a little above I pull him through. ground for lour or five feet, and be- led innocent youths and beautiful tives in Congress completely repudiAn' when nert' spring he called for ated his policy and nets the moment tween these roots there was a little maidens in chains, destroyed virtue, men to fetch their grit an' guns wrecked happiness, blasting charachollow just a little sort ot a depresAn' keep the Ship o State afloat, I they ascertained what he was trying sion in the ground. The front yard ter and causing untimely deaths and to accomplish, and he is stopped, as sent him both my sons, An' would 'a' gone myself an' loved it seems to us, from transferring to was maybe eight or ten rods back dishonored graves. But many vic from the line; that is, it might have tims escaped through the power of to make the bullets whiz their shoulders the burden which he F it hadn't been I couldn't walk ac been that much back to the tree. The God, my enemy.. I sent out Avarice, may be justly entreated to carry. count o' rheumatiz. man crawled along s'.pwly until he and iu his golden chains some were The United States is not required came to But men soon learned to the tree, and he crept partly bound. Wull, Abe, my little Abe, I mean, he by any obligation of honor or comity into started oat with Grant; that little depression; I suppose hate him for his meanness and comof the Haw- it looked sort of inviting, was a paratively few fell by him. They buried him at Shiloh. Excuse to pension the The it aiian Island, but, on the other hand, me, but I ran't a place; it wasn't just outdoors, but twin woes, Pestilence and War, went father-likyou know, she is warranted in looking to certain Help feelin was a sort of place by itself, and the forth and Famine stole behind them. for them was likely boys; citizens ot the United States for peBut these slew indiscriminately, the tree gave it a kind of companionship, The' wasn't two another sech that cuniary support. Beyond a doubt too. He crept partly into the little old and the young, tbe women and went from Illinoise. President Cleveland ought to start a hollow and then stopped and raised the children, the good as well as the An' Lincoln,my son Lincoln, he went subscription, putting himself down himself up so that he was half sitting bad, and heaven gained as many acon by his self for a handsome amount. Ten thousup, propped up on one arm and hand cessions as hell. In sadness my SaA grievin ier his brother AWe they'd say, would be and a year, we should laid upon the shelf, and he sat up in that way and looked tanic heart mourned over the probaAn' when he come to Vicksburg he a suitable income for Liliuokalani, at the brigade commaader, who was ble loss of my kingdom as I contemlf was all thrashed out an' sick; and If the President guaranteed stinding in the yard. The brigade plated the tremendous strides which An' yet, when there was fightin', of that sum, only 10 per cent of commander had been the colonel ot the gospel or Christ was making in Link fit light in the thick. his annual salary the' other half, we the wounded man's regiment, and he saving men from my cluches. But One night afore them rebel guns my should hope, would be contributed by knew every man in it; he knew this when I received your welcome letter pore boy went to sleep the rest of her adherents in this coun- man; and, of course, every man in I shouted till the welkin of hell rang On picket dooty; no sir, tain't the try, who have aided him in the regiment knew the colonel the rgain:"Eurekal Eureka! I have found shame that makes me weep; !3 JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULT. bringing her into her present wretchgecenal he was now and from know- him! I have found him!" It's how Abe Lincoln, President, at ed condition. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 New York Tribune. Washington, D. C, ing him so long and so well the men GALATt&,IlXB.,N0T.13,lMt. My dear friend, I would have emHi. rr1 MMIclne Co., notdUouU, Mo. 000 bottlea at Had time to ricolleck the days he had all come to rely on him and to braced you a thousand times and (lniienni We Fw 11 yer, used to room 'ith me, GIIOYK-TASTE1! C1UTJ TONIC and hT Lincoln'. Wonderful .'lcnlorjr. look to him. have given tirders to reserve tor you a bouibt tbr KttMs already Iblf year. In all or ax John Holmes Goodenow, of Alford, panaara oi it yaara. in ioq nru Dtuineaa. Dart aaTaraollanaRi inf iuiKnTf locn niuTanu aaut Fer don't you know I wrote to him Maine, was appointed Minister to "Red was creeping out around the place nearest my person, the most XacUoa Tonic Your trulr. itfur they'd sentenced to be shot, In you Turkey early in Lincoln's Adminis- woumded man and staining the honorable in ray kingdom. namesake, Lincoln for sale by tttllfnint lil!,lInriror4 His shame to die an' rot;Pettigrew, in tration and taken to the White little hollow as now, there, propped are combined all the elements of vice. be sat The son o' his ole crony, an, the House before his departure for his up on his arm looking at thc general. Now shall my throne be established last o' the twin boys Only carry out your design post, to be presented to the Pres- There was a sort of wistful look on forever. He used to plague me so about at When Mr. Lincoln lsarned his face, as though he thought the and you shall have plenty of money ident Springfield, Illinois. that his Witor was a grand son of general could help him, and the geu-er- though it may be wrung from the mouths oi Innocent, famishing chilDid he? Did Abe? Wull, now, he sent John Holmes, one of the first Senalooked down on him very soberly; a telegraph so quick tors from Maine, and a man of note in fact, with a very great pity. Just dren. Though you fill the jails, workCaveiUMTradeMarka cbtilned and all patent It burnt them bottles on the poles an' auilacsi conducted for MOUEIUTK FEES. My in his day and generation, he imme- a few leet away, more or less, men houses and poor houses; though you made the lightnin' sick? 4fica U la tht immcdUta vicinity of tba Taunt Office, asd my facllitlci for securing patent art untuipaitcd A. diately began the recitation of a poet- were being killed and wound ed all make murder, innocent and arsen to "Parden for Lincoln Pettigrew. Sat! model, tketch or photograph of iovcntlon. with detcrlpilon and statement at to advantage claimed Lincoln, President." ical quotation which must have been the time, but that was going on in an abound, and erect scaffolds and galtfJVo thn rgt it tnmle fbran opinion a fo patentability and toy ft for rrtcuilrc the The boy has got the paper yit, tbe more than a hundred lines in length. orderly, business fashion. This man lows In every village, town and city. telegraph Abe sent. appllcatioa will not fr called tor uiifiilAa Mr. Holmes, never having met the was just dying just simply dying by You shall have money. I wilt harden olfotraif "Ihvcntom1 Guidi' con pnfanl Ulolnj full InfortnaUon lent free All ComrflunW I guess I knowed Abe Lincoln! an' President, was naturally astonished himself, and you could see his life your heart so that your conscience rations CoDnUercd as Mrltll? ConC.1ei.tUI. ve at this outburst; and as the President fade us you lookei at htm, and you will not trouble you. You shall FRANKLIN H. HOUGH Firs'now I I'vecome down Here, been in Springfiel' fer went on and on with this long recitatime Id r Straet, WA3UIXUTON, 1. C could see the red 6train spreading in think yourself a geatle'marr, though nearly thlrtv veara. tion, the suspicion crossed his mlud tbe little hollow, and making scallops man asd woman your victims shall V.N. Carton To see his grave an'" toomstons, be J, I., Carson, You shall be dehere you see, ran up into call you a demon. cause & Son. We legislatedbecause,cahoots, Abe Lin- - that Mr. Lincoln has suddenly taken little and there where itbays making void of tht fear of God, the horrors of L. In But when the leave of his wits. shallow gulfs; and the grave.and the solemnities of etercoin aia, an' mei A lines bad been finished the President off from the main depression, N 1 said: "There! tbat poeut was quoted "He was getting weaker and weak- nity; and when you come to your I.llliioknfnnr. Future. by your grand father Holmes in a er and going fast, but all the time work shall produce'you a reward forWhoever wrote Liliuokalani's letYour Father, speech which he made in the United looking up at the general with that ever. ter of renunciation and submission Tug Devil. Carcfut Estimates tuade on all Car- did it well. It is a frauk, uneqalvo-cal- l States Senate in" and he named the look on his face. time and specified the occasion. pentering and Building. Terms rea" aII I could only have one mere document, disclosed neither exsonable. Hartford. Ky. As John Holmes' term in the SenDemocratic Alphabet. shot!' he said. You sec, he wasn,t asperation nor cowardice, and it is Armor Plate Frauds, ate ended in 1833, and Lincoln was thinking of home or friends. He was in behalf of her mischievous adher- probably so impressed by reading a Breckenridge'c Piety. thinking of thc battle; his last wish ents. It is quite true, as the reply Crokers Crookedness. a copy of the speech rather thau by was for one more shot; and a second sent to her by the Hawaiian GovernDestruction of American Industries. hearing it, this feat ol memory apt later he collasped. and fell dead." ment sets forth, that her abdicated is pears most remarkable. . Empty Treasury, If he bad New York Sun. in n sense superfluous, inasmuch as Flower's Flag Episode. casualty deprived ot s Ight, his own she forfeited her crown two years ago memory could have supplied him Grcsham's Hawaiian Policy. For r CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? Ami The Devil, Tho by her attempt at a gross usurpation prompt aniwer and an bonet opinion, write to Hill's Peanut Politics. with an ample library. The Centum Mr. Dbvii.: MlJNN drCO.tWboliavabadnt-arljrlihyrearaof power in defiane oi the ConstituIn the patent btulncaa, Communlc. Increase oi Bonds. iloniitsictly confidential A Handbook o( ln Dkar Sir. I have opened aparttion; but it is doubtless a fact also formation ooncotmna 1'ntrnta aud bow to ob Japaneese Snubbing. lain tbaoi eent frea Alto a catalogue of mecban ments, fitted up with all the enticing leal and aclenltflQ booki tent free. Kicking Millions, l'atenta taken tbrowaU Munn St Co. reoelTf Capture of a Nwariu olllecs. charms of luxury.for the sale of rum, ipaolal notice In tbe Hrlenllflo Atnerlrnn and Low Wages. tbui are bi ought widely before th public with TO DREAR UP The hunters of Mulno often make wine, glu, brandy, beer and all their paper, out coat to tbe InTentor. 'lbla lulandid attack, of colds , chilli, rarer, good hulls ot honey stored by wild Maxwell's Brilliant Record. (wjed weekly. elWantlyltluatrated oaabf rutha corupounds.Our objects.though differlariteit circulation: of any icientiUo work In tbe rbeumatlun, neurnlijl, and bees in hollow trees, but a sturdy National Panic, world. tJeyear. Bampit onplea aent I tee kindred derangement, resultllulldtna lWUIon.rnonthlf, (ii0a year tjlatU woodsman of Guilford recently went ent, can be best obtained by united ing from urera expomre, enpiee.'J.i oenta. KreryimmWr contain oeau Olney.s Trust and Jobbery Work. there', nothing to valunbl. propose a tlful pi a tea. In colore, and photoviaphi of new his fellow hunters 0110 batter In this action. Therefore pouiea, with plena, enabling bullderi fo ahow tbe Peter, Peter, Punkln Eater. at Dr. Fierce'! Pleasant PelHaving located aecure contract Addreei leieat a clone and All I want of men is their lets. No household should bo branch of forest craft. MUMN & CO New Yuhk, UUi fittOADWAT. Queen Lll's Purity, i a swarm and tholr hoard, ho captured money all the rest; shall be yours, without them, to meet Just bees und honey at one swoop, lly obsuch wnergenckw. Ruin of American Credit.- Theme Utile Pellet or. tiny, serving the lice's as they came and Bring me tbe industrious, the sober, Sullivan's Kind of Heroism. thlngi that rhlM t rnnriv tnr. Thar went lp his clover field he traced their the respectable, and I will return Trust and Monopolies. keep tho whole system rvpw- - line of flight, and, following it across them to you as drunkards, paupers aJ'Q ma perrecuy natural his farm and into tho woods about a Unemployed Workingmen. " C war They're a compound mile, ho found It led to a hollow tree, and beggars. Bring me the child BUCK EYE Van Allen's Bribery, of refined and concentrated TegetaLle ex will dash to eirth the dearest the entrance to which was tracts t put up in glass vuus, always irean ana above the ground. Iluvlng fifteen fcji and I Wild Cat Currency. first takeu hopes of father and mother. Bring reliable i a handy and perfect remedy. a bee hive to the place lie cut down 'Xit Democracy, It they don't giro satisfaction, In ererr tho tree, and placed Its hoard of some me the father and mother, and I will Yclept Idocy. money will be returned. NOTHING BUT PILES, fCURES case, your thirty pound of honey In tho hive, plant discord between them and make Zero. Ex. whither the bees at once followed It, them a curse to their children. Bring A 8URE and CERTAIN CURE when you are suffering from Sometime and made tfiemtelves perfectly at me the young man, and I will ruin Catarrh, think of the thousands of hopeless known for IB yonm as tho carried by Doctor iDEST REMEDY for PILES. I case which must have been cured proprietors home. At night hoand tho homo honey his character, destroy his health, The U. S. Oov't Reports lusectslmvo and bees together, Bage's Catarrh Ilemedy, before it OI,D 1IY A I.I. JlltVOUIMT. could be willing to say, as tbeydoi "Vor since kept on at work laying up was shorten his life and blot out the highshow Royal Daklnz Powder any case of Catarrh, no matter how bad, and honey In their new quarter. tmtnl Itf JKSA1MW UXS CO.jST. L0OIJ, est and fairest hopes of youth, Bring superior to nil others. which we cannot cure, we'll pay (300 cash," Ivory 6oap) It Floats Reminiscence of the Hon. fason of Calhoun County, III. I I Abe Lincoln! Wull, I reckon not a mile om where we be, Sprlnfiel' IJlinolse, Abe Right here In used to room with me. He represented Sangamon, I tried It fer Calhoun, An' mc an' Abe was cronies then; I'll not lergit it soon. f that her formal abandonment of the claims which she has been asserting and endeavoring to maintain by intrigue and violence is of practical val ue to the Republic It reduces to a minimum the danger of another outbreak against the existing order, and supplies a substantial guarantee ol universal acquiescence in the results is the revolution.. The properly informed that her surrender will not affect thc proceedings which have been begun ascertain what part she took in the recent Royalist uprising, but nevertheless we do not sup pose that sue is destined to undergo the fact to which she was devoting thc republican leaders a year ago. THE WISH OF A DYING MAN. Highest vi all in Leavening Power. PROFESSIONAL 3- QAHD. Short Story Of Tho Civil War Told By An Old Soldlor. Baking Royal Powder ABMWTEEY PURE NO FLOWERS ON THE GRAVE, . OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Davlen and adjoining counties. 8pecil attention given to collections. Offis. Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. "W LTTLB, Jh.,h. Uleuu, J.N. It. Wedding, iT A MEMPHIS. O. S. R. R. En E3VE5 e, TASTELESS HILL DNIC one-ha- ct. ftws J. Carson Notary Public for Ohio county. Many women have visited Trinity cemete ry In the past few days to see 3Tam.es the marvelous "blanket of flowers" which was said to "cover the casket" of Mrs. William Waldorf Astor, and which was to "be renewed every IIAItTFOItn, KT. morning for a year" by Mr. Astor's Wili practice his profession in Ohio order. Mrs. Astor was buried on and adjoining counties, and court of January 9, not in a vault, but in a Appeals, fjnecial attention niv.n collections, OlHrn pnat .1,1a nr n..1.i:. grave, in the northwestern corner of .. .uw V I'UWIIW w the Astor plot On thc day of the square. funeral the mound of earth was coverShelby Taylor. ed with pine boughs. Tke evergreens M. L. Heavrin. had not been removed, and except at HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, one corner, which has been uncovered by inquisitive visitors, the grass is covered with snow. The laborers HARTFORD, KY. in the cemetery have swept a path Will practice thier profession in all through the burial plot, and about the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining the grave a path has been trodden by countieB, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to men and women. Office, next door to The cemetery employes have grown collections. ' very tired of havingtheirword doubt- Bank ol Hartford. ed by women who inquire the way to Perry Wosterfield, the Astor vault and the blanket of flowers on the coffin. No flowers at all have been placed on the grave, and they can see for themselves that BkavkbDaji, Ky. none can be put on the casket, So the women insist that the coffin is .P.OUFrr. B.D.RIHM not in the grave, but in the vault of John Jacob Astor, and they ask to have ( vault opened so that they can see this wonderful covering. AlWill practice though the man explains to them how and adjoining in all courts of Ohi counties, Huparior impossible and useless it would be to Court and Court of Appeals. Colcomply with their requests, they lections and all lpffll hnainnui ((.,?- his word. ed to. Office 329 IS. Market St. The old who has been R- - E. WEDDING employed about the cemetery twenty-tw- o years, has to bear the brunt of their inquires and disappointments. He said that the other evening, just Hartford, Kt. as he was closing the gates.two womWill practice his profession in all en begged for admittance, saying that the courts ol Ohio and adjoinini they had come all thc way from East counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. New York to see the flowers and would not go home unsatisfied. Some came from other States and two came from what seemed to him the antipodes Staten Island. AH this annoyance and disappointment is due to Joseph Fleischman, a Hartford. Kv. florist On the morning of the funerpractice his profeseion in all al he told the reporters that he had WILL courts of Ohio and adjoininfl contract to supply fresh flowers every counties and Court of Appeals. Spatday for a year for the grave. For this ial attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. he was to receive $100 a day, he said, and in all he would receive $40,000 from Mr. Astor. On the day after the funeral Mr. Eleischman sent to the newspaper offices a typewritten story of the alleged contract given to HARTFORD, KY. him by Mr, Astor. He was, he said, Will practice his profession in the to furnish 4,000 fresh lillies of the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. valley and 4,000 violets each day. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office in RepubHe repeated this statement yesterday Building. to a reporter of the Sun and then, be- lican ing confronted with the facts, admitted that he had invented the whole story. New York Suu. HARTFORD, KY. Tho Wholo Story of tho (Office, over Anderion'. rut,, t 'Blankot of Flowora" Will practice their profesaion in ah courts 01 unio ana adjoiniDg couna FloriBt's Inties, and court of Appeals. Special vention. attention given collections. Alw 1.110 U7Vrna ' Jb. Sraltli. PIICT JT Aff attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. ggttorneys fgft aw, 'gate-keep- er, Attorney at Law, W. H. BARHTES inrnmr iT 111) attorney at Law, Jo. B. ROGERS, J. R. PIRTLE al A Hew Vie forHlgiial I'o.l. The incident shown in the picture, amusing enough as thus depicted, though far from pleasent at the time to the principal actor, occurred recently in the vicinity of the station wmmmmawmammmamwammmnmmimmwmaMawmmam in Northern fndlana says the London Graphic Being confronted by a tiger when about to light the signal lamps, the man promptly took refHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. uge up the signal post, and was only Is prepared to do any and all kinds released from his unpleasant and dan- of Dental Operations. Prices most gerous position when an approaching reasonable. Office over Williams & train drove the animal away. The Bell's Drug Store. following letter descriptive of the occurence from the native station master, is amusiug because its style is so u: very characteristic of the Bengali DENTIST m. s. .1 Ba-b- wsmi Iluiii-Nelle- eipM-lanc- iTABLER'Sflll OINTMENT I ill LI P f sugar-coate- t !"", "From the Station Master to the Traffic Superintendent R. & K. Railway: . "Sir: I beg to bring to your kind notice that no sooner the watchman Dllsaak reached thedlstant signal than he saw a tiger coming toward him. He says the moment he was greatly alarmed, but fortunately the Almighty assisted him, and caused him to climb up the signal. The tiger was in thorough expectation of getting prey, and did not remove himself for about half an hour. When the train whistled he begau to roar, and aroused at the distant signal he ran away. Up to this time Dilsaak was in the slgna); he says he was seen by the passengers, and the driver in charge toward whom he loudly cried with a " view to make him slgw. Under the circumstances you will kindly put a stop of lighting the distant signal otherwise one day a life ot mankind would be victim to the wild animals. I have the honor to be. DENTIST. Is prepared to do all kinds Dental work at reasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford & Co'i Feed Store. W7". 3D. Hartford, Kentucky, HaXJOHl, Contractor and cozy cottage up Mlu ait Will draw draffs from a nice, nat to a fine two ittrjr bouie. Will draw plans free f charge. Will make careful eitissatM n ad kinds of buildings, and rssicysS al old bouses. Motto "Live let live." ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Low, khou, ftUiro no4 otfic. GtoLMocuiF ivuvsj uwi wmttrnw om wn Axrutm nuke Otmi J lu 30 jxr Ajrm Qtt In rMpM umu ul to all If Qotuf lot tsvl tvt um h tht Ml Out t pel up by Mf un. At? out el ordr no rvptif lot, lni lift 77io World's Fair Tests showed no baklnz powder so pure or so great la leav enlag power as tho Royal, vsH ..a umiA-Utt- Hartford Republican rUDMfltlED HAM A. of the present Congress The L, & N, Railroad has a strong Ten days moro will bring tho end and still tho pull on thothreo IPs. EVEItY FRIDAY MORJHNO jo. n. nooi:nn Friday, February ANni'.nNON P t I 4 I With eighty majority in tho House, a Democratic Congress, Press and President begging tho Republicans for help, presents a spcctacbloot imbecility uooxamplcd in the history ia. of American politics "It is a pleasing fact, however, that this state of things is beginning to An Arkansas woman aged sovonty-thrc- o change. The railroads arc gradually Do you owe ua nny subscription? ways and of necessity exists between has murdered her husband aged going still farther and farther in the If eo, please send or bring it to us. tho rumsellcr and tho Princo of Dark- ninety, with a harrow tooth. Sbo mountains. Here and there is a little We liavo to pay cash ness, is moro than wo can compreWe need it. chased tho old gentleman about the village springing up, n coal mine is farm, it is said, jabbing him with the being opened and coke ovens operated for everything. In fact, it takes lots hend. tooth, until ho gavo it up and pissed where a few years ago nothing but Wo of monoy to run a nowepaper. If you earn a dollor a day and in his checks. A regiment of theso the scream of the night hawk nnd the aro now, and have been, sending spend nothing you aro two dollars Arkansas women, armed with harrow howl of the wolf was heard." As n tule.wc have excellent schools some statements to our subscribers. better off at night than if you spend teeth, should bo put on tho trail of in our cities of the first, second and to receive a statement,but a dollar a day and cam nothing. our present Congress. Don't wait third class. That is because the peoWhen that time in tho word's history examine the label on your paper and Is it ignorance or a desire to de- ple of those cities appreciate the bencomes, that young men can learn seo what you owo and send the this humblo lesson of saving and the ceive and mislead the pcoplo to say efit of schools nnd supplement the Per valuo of money from wholesomo ad- that Rufus N. Ramscy,the defaulting State fund by local taxation. Our amount to us without delay. haps your account is small, but we vice, without having to learn it from State Treasurer of Illinois, is n Re- State makes very liberal provisions for the support of schools, compared have so many of theso small accounts sad experience, the end of poverty publican? Ramsey was a Democrat, with a majority of the States. It is elected on tho Democratic ticket, de that they soon make big ones. So will be in sight. faults! as a Democrat, died n Demo- true that at present it is not able to to it that you do not get a dun. A Louisville negro, who had a crat and no doubt is a Democrat still. pay its school teachers their wages, Remember, when you pay up for family, was poor and out of work, Defaulting State Treasurers nre al- but they will be paid ultimately. Good roads are promotors of educaThe Republican and one year in ad- made a wager of 82 to secure mouey most, invariably Democrats. tion. Good roads promote more infor bis family, that he could drink a vance you will receive tho New A few years ago when some Repub- timate relations between the people, quart of coal oil and live. The first York Weekly Tribune or the Louisand when the people meet much the part of the performance gnvo him but lican Revenuo officers were indicted advantages and need of education beville Weekly Commercial one year foi alleged violation ot Civil Service little trouble, tho latter, however come apparent. With good roads we Free. By all means, if you owe us the living gave him an interesting law, the Democratic papers ot tho would have good schools, nnd with job which lasted through several State and more especially those in good schools we would have, good on subscription, pay up. He theso parts were loud in their denunmoro or less spasmodic hours. roads. It would be well to begin adGood Reading Free. did live, though, and got the money. ciations of what they seemed to con. vocating good roads. The mud-roasider an awful crime. But now that tax is the heaviest burden the farmer Besides giving our patrons one of "The only American industry," Collector Ben Johnson, a high Dem- is called on to endure, and an evil apply themselves to study. bes't papers in the State, we have the says the Now York Commercial Ad ocratic official, is getting deep into that bears on the pocket is Mrs. Sarah Taylor has returned one that is made arrangements by which we will vertiicr, ''which has prospered under the toils, theso same suects are as si- easiest to arouse the people against. from Oneusboro, where she has spent send either one of the following pa- Democratic rulo is the gold exporting Railroads, ns the Post says, are several months with her daughter, lent as the tomb. pers together with The Republican business," to which the Amcrcan gradually penetrating districts of our Mis. Sallie Russel. We were very sorry to hear of the On April 27, 1892, tho Democrat- State rich in undeveloped rcsouices, for the price named. Remember when Economul adds: "Not the only one. you pay up for The Republican and There are also the industry of the ic State Convention of Illinois met at but railroads need feeders in the way death of the wife of Rev.G. W.Draue, of Adairvllle. Rev. Drane preached one year in advance you are entitled Sheriff, the soup bouee industry, the Springfield and nominated a ticket of good country roads. There are several sermons here for us last fall. price free bread industry, tho free clothing for State officers, headed by Altgeld railroads running through rich counto one of these papers at the industry and the general freedom of for Governor, and on which Rufus tries in this State that con not be He is gospel minister of rnre attainnamed: ments, nnd much above the average labor from industry, which have all Ramsey was nominated for State reached by a fully loaded team more New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 preacher on thedoctriueof the Church than half the year. In Treasurer. tho Deraocintic prospered since March, 1893." Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 The Commercial has been making ot Christ, ami we learned tn love him landslide ot that year theso men were 1.25 Home and Farm O'Meoa, the unknown (?) corre- elected and were in due time quali- a fight for good roads for a long time during his stay with us and earnestly Weekly Courier-Journ1.7s spondent of tho Louisvillo Evening sympathiae with him iu this his sad fied. Iu the face- of those facts, what and was a pioneer in urging that the 1.50 Kev.J. II. Ealy, pasPent, who has been raising such a excuse can a Democratic paper have turnpikes should be made free, and bereavement. Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 tor of the Alpha Baptist Church here, breeze of late in Democratic circles, for trying to palm Ramsey off on will be glad to have the efficient aid Commercial Appeal 1.30 of the Keniucky Post in a fight for preached her furneral, hence he was in Monday's letter, says the fol- tbo people as a Republican? IgnoAddress all orders to good country roads, good country unable to be with us 011 last Sunday, lowing: rance or deception, which? The Republican, schools and free turnpikes. A great but will preach here next Sunday. "Moreover, I think the jnjblic of Hartford, Ky. In the open letter written by Mr. many other reforms will follow as Kentucky realize that the time has lllploinnry nutl Hie I'nrinrr. Henry Tiusley, of Ceralvo, last week, come to call a halt upon those agita Foreign markets were opened for matter ofcourse when those are secure a boom- tors who seek toadvance tueir personwe agree with the moat of his doc Tne three H's Louisville Commercial, American products under the Hani- - ed. trine his being no church ember, erang. al fortunes by denouncingall corpo- son Administration, and they are rations and railing at all forms of closed under But wc take an When so many people are taking notwithstanding. the Cleveland Admistra-tioGov. Knott expects an upThe city authorities of Owcnsboro wealth: exception to the dialect ascribed to From 18S9 to 1S93 American nnd deriving benefit from Hood's men to the negro boy of Hayti and will say have a scheme on foot to purchase the rising that will drive all rich why don't you try it yourEurope, but 1 venture to predict in- diplomatists were successfully emthat the negro turnpikes leading into the city and stead, an uprising in Kentucky which ployed in removing unjust discrimi- self? It is highly reccoiumended. in Hayti use as good language nt the boys ot any make them free. will drive from public life and nil nations against pork, negotiating recother race iu this county. Though places of influence men who seek to iprocity conventions, and placing Help Ilie HnnrliiK Wmrrn t'nt A drunken man stood on a street array class against class, man against Thtough a failure of crops the peo- we are aware of the fact that there arc the products of farms and factories on corner in Louisville for half an hour man, tbe poor against tbe rich, men a favored basis wherever it was possi- ple in some of the Western States are a great many people in this county, Monday threatening to shoot the first out of office against men in office. ble to do so. Under r colored perron a Democratic in a most deplorable condition. There who seldem ever These reckless political jugglers have roan that came along who had brains. processes are has never been such widespread suf and know nothing of them only what bad the stage already too long in Administration tuese No such person passed and finally a Kentucky for Kentucky's good." days.and reversed American flour, meats an d fering, and many must stan-- or has been told of they think the negro incapable of citizen policeman led the disappointed ot the State for manufactures are shut out of markets freeze to death unless charitable peoThe Republicans ple render quick and generous re- development, but this is a progressto a cell in the Station House. years havo been telling the people which were forced opan four years ago by wise diplomacy. Discrims lief. The Editor of this paper, in his ive age and the negro has joined in what this Democratic writer now Carlisle, doubtless, believes in opeuly declares. That "these reck- nations against pork are revived. effort to do his mite, offers to donate the procession and. is in the onward maxim thaf'raoney is the root the old 500 annual subscriptions, at $1 each, march to intelligence. less political jugglers have had the Reciprocity conventions are abandonMr. Isaac Barrett, son of Mrs. to this cause. of all evil" and takes particular care ed. Import duties against American stage already too long in Kentucky We ask that farmers live stock Ann Barrett, is in town visiting her no filthy lucre is allowed to accumuflour and grain are restored for Kentucky's good" is too true. He expects to stay two Sweden admitted all American owners and manufacturers aid us in family. late in the Treasury,perchance,to con The people will turn tho jugglers to breadstufis without payment of duty placing at once this number of sub- weeks. taraioate himself or his inferiors. the wall in November. Mr. Daniel Taylor, Echols, was during a long period ending with the scriptions for this purpose. The first Wo beg pardon we meant to fay his $500 received from subscriptions will called last Sunday to the bed side of retirement of Minister Thomas from subordinates. be forwarded to the State organiza- of his son, Rome Taylor, who is danThe State Contest Board on Mon-- d Stockholm, In 1885. During gerously ill. His many friends hope ay night finally decided the Boyle first term this policy tions where help is most needed. has been contended that Lurch Touey contest by a vote of three to Speak to your friends and make up his condition is not as serious aj it is was changed, and high duties were ard's three great R's, Rum, Roman- two in favor of Toney. Those voting placed on wheat, maize and pork im- a club. If no other way, remit tor thought to be. ism and Rebellion cost Blaine the to seat Toney, If olfactory nerves deceive us not Attorney ported into Sweeden from the United five or ten and instruct us to send the were: Presidency, and the Democratic ma- General Hendrick; Secretary of States. These duties materially re- magazine to your friends. What you we smell the germ of matrimonial fek chine's threo great H's, Hale, State Headley, and Treasury Hale. duced the demand for American farm do must be done quickly to aid those ver approaching Hayti. and Headly will cost the De- Those in favor of Boyle were: Audit- products and an export trade,amoun. who cannot help themselves. LATER. The Industrial American will formocracy tho Governorship of Ken- or Norman and Governor ' Brown. ting to $4,000,000 in wheat and pork Mr. Robert Wilcox, of Clarksville, ward all donations sent to its care,' Tenn., is visiting tucky. his neice, Mrs. Boyle was elected to the Appelate was broken up. After President Haraud request its readers to give to this MaryB Parks. Judgeship by several hundred major- rison's inauguration Minister Thom- cause what they feel able. Under the thrco years of the Yon will pleaseask a certain young given the certifi- as was sent back to Sweeden; and the We ask our exchanges to give such lady what the word the aver-ag- e ity, but Toney was Tariff, on American agricultural exjar grammatically cate of election, claiming a majority duties prico of wheat was 70.7 cents were cut down one half. The publicity to our offer through their means. ot 25. Auditor Norman counted the ports During the two years per bushel. of Mr. Cleveland was fol- columns as they deem it merits. Mr. Romeo Taylor, the son of Mr ballots when tbe contest camo beforo All subscriptions and donations of Democratic supremacy, lowed by the appointment of a Demo Daniel Taylor, died last Monday at the Slate Board and after throwing crat, Mr, Ferguson, as Minister to will be published in these columns, instead of the promised dollar a bushEchols and was brought to Hayti and out every ballot to which Toney' Sweeden and Norway, The Riksdag and copies Sent those making them. Interred in the Hayti Cemetery Tuesel for wheat tho farmers have obtainlawyers could have the slightest ob- which is now iu session in Stockholm Again we ask for quick action. ed the average price of 51$ cents day evening. jection, declared that Boyle waselect-e- d is acting upon Government bills inRemit by Postoffice or Express per bushel. There will be a Literary Entertain-men- t 27. This steal for it is nothing creasing the duties on cereals and Money Order or by Register letter, by at the sciioolliouse Troy, N. Y., Daily Timet less, is the most atrocious in tbe pomeats, and restoring the rates which payable to The Industrial American, The All invited to attend admission 10c. Lexington Ky. litical history of tbe State. It looks were in force underthefirst Cleveland says: "Tho theory of the Democrat Rev. J. II. Raly will preach at Alic Tariff is that it will produce a sun liko Maynardism. Hendrick, Headley Administration. Mllilllilllmlgll pha Baptist Church Sunday and wish-- e That is a fair sample of the diploWe have thought for some that Tho fact is that it produces a and Hale, tho three H's will go down plus. nil the members and friends to be President Cleveland should follow the present, deficit. . Mr. Wilson sticks to tho to oblivion with bands tarnishing matic work of the Cleveland Adminpatriotic example of the late PresiThat the judicary itself. The people havo istration. Retaliation, tariff discrimtheory and ignores tho fact. ination and the abrogation of reclpro-it- y dent of the French Republic, nnd rethe had enough. with Tho ides of Novemway the was Ilxriir-lo- n Ilnli'K. agreement are the order of the sign his office and go back to his lawyer who tried to convince ber will bring dismay to tbe men and For Kentucky .State Convention of day in Europe, the West Indies nnd law practice iu New York. He has Y M CA at Lexington Feb. his client, who was in jail,that, uuder the party perpetrating this high handin Spanish America. Through the lost his influence with his party and tickets will b 011 sale Feb 20, 21,22 tho law, impritooment ior tbo of- ed wrong. combined efforts of a Democratic Conwith Congress, and the two years nt one fare for round trip, good until Tho fense charged was impossible. In a vain glorious attempt to ex- gress and Secretary Gresham, it is left of his term will but serve to show the 24U1 to return. client's condition disproved the counmore difficult to sell abarrel of Amerhis incompetency and weakness, and Mardl Grass Mobile, New Oleans. By no amount of talk plain why this Democratic Adminissel's theory. ican flour or pork in n foreign market furtherembitter his opponents against Tickets will b" on sale 19th to 24th convince tho tration has so ignominiouely failed to ing can Mr. Wilson than it was under the Harrison Ad- him. His successor is every way fit- inclusive at one s limited country that it m growing rich by eolvo the financial muddle into which ministration. Exchange, ted to fill his discarded office, and he fare for round trip limited to March 15 it has dragged tho Government, our taking in 87 and payiny out 810." would come into it without an enemy to return. "Tbe truth is contemporary says: flood Ncliooln Ami Honda. and without the bitterness that surOn account of Conference Kentucky that tho Republicans have all the We find the following pertinent ncd rounds the present occupant of the The Hon. A. D. James, of county, nnnounces himself as time had votes enough to settle the instructive observations in a recent Presidential chair. That Frenchman Epworth League nt Newport Feb'y nrratigemtnts have been made a candidate for the State Senate from financial question in this Congress it number of the Kentucky Post.of Cov- who disrobed hltuwll of power showed to icturn delegates free from Cincinsubject to tbo they could have agreed among them- ington: this Senatorial District that he was n philosopher who valnati if tickets are purchased via B & "Theie nre two things which action of the Republican party. Dr. selves about the matter, but they ued the peace of mind which private sadly neglects two agencies life gives far more than the glare and O S W to Cincinnati or from Newport could not." Such au example of unJames is one of the ablest men in if tickets nre purchased via L & N which lead more directly to good cit Hou thorn Kentucky and has filled va. adulterated gall is wholly beyond glitter and vexations of executive railroad 011 presentation of certificate izenship, to enterprise and prosperity power. Two years of the Presidency obligaUudor what rious positions, always with credit to comprehension. properly signed, showing that ticktions aro tbo Republicans to solvo than anything else. We refer to edwith its $50,000 salary, would prove himself and honor to his constituents. ets were purchased to Cincinnati or This is no ucational facilities and to public roads a godsend to Adlal, and he would enHo Is a splendid organizer and party Democratic problems? Newport at regular first-cla- ss rates, most sections of joy the position hugely. In LexingTho and highway Administration. worker, and it is in great measure to Republican and showing that they were delegates the State lie roads are almost impaston Gazette. his efficient leadership and tireless Republicans are not on trial, and it is in attendance at the meeting, sable at this season of the year, and energy that Muhlenburg has been the sheerest nonsense to contend they II. MiiitiucK, Agent. in these same localities the system of The World's In owo tbe Democracy any sort of assist-unc- o public schools is a farce. In fact the wrested from tbo Democracy. showed no baking powder They are not called whatever. custom tbo with conformity local authorities only pretend to conso pun) or so great In leavWhat a spectacle tho duct schools three or four months in many upontoagrce. prevailed for has which ening power as tho Royal. turn present Administration presents to tbo the year. These sessions commence years it is Muhlcuburgs Every branch of the Goy. late In the fall, when the roads are in to furuiah tbe Senator and in viow of people. Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell that fact, io connection with Dr. eminent, Legislative and Executive such conditiou ns to prevent pupils James' universal popularity, he will and calling upon the Republican mi- from going to school, putlcularly "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remommorciul-r-- b o What States- when the school building is a mile or edy for children and guaranteed every doubtless have no opposition for tbe nority ior help! bottle, remember it always saves the 0110 ruTho Democracy, and tho two distant, as in often thecase in nomination and will bo elected by manship! fit ltd " nitl Aint- nt t at lanta atma tho larcest maienty evergiven any Democracy alono, is responsible and ral communities, 1IU1 ;UiU bottic. I "A most unfortunate phase of tbe Senatorial candidate in this Plitrlot. they wuit Uud to tboir record. We are authorized to announce The man who wroto "Tho Hum- Dr. A. D. Jambs, seller and the Devil" in another Of Muhlenberg county, ns n candidate this issue has struck, upon a for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the vory impressive method of telling Republican party. some very plain and unmistakable truths. Why any man should desiro Subsorlbors Tako Notico. such a parnership in Hartford, as alcol-um- of d 11 STATE SENATOR. Tho Democracy has dono nothing. appeals of tho people and of tho Pres. Proprietor. It .Filllor. ident havo n like proved futile. will bo a long whilo beforo tho pcoplo 22,1895. will want another Democratic Administration, Eli Marks, a noted gnmblor of Louisville, died Tuesday, and ono of the Louisvillo papers says ho was noted for "his honesty." An honest How ran thoso things bo? gambler! situation is that iu the sections of Kentuclty where the roads are so poor there arc mountains of minerals nnd fine forests of timber. There are iron and coal In nbuudance. The coal ii notexcelledin theworldandthelron is yet nearly every acre of it lies today untouched, most of the mineral as far from the workshop as it was in 1751, when Dr. Thomas Walker, the first white man to settle in the 'Dark and Dloody Grnud.'cnme over from the mother Stateof Virginfirst-clas- s, COLORED DUPAFlTflkuT ll r A c,AR Mr Henri Tinsley, who was hurt by the explosion ol powder In n coal mine out enit ol town, is iu a very critical comljtlon, but it is supposed that he is improving slowly. Mr. John Taylor, who was hurt by falling coal at the Hcnder Mines, Is improving. Mrs. Maggie Render, the wife of Mr Virgil Render, of Mcllnr, is on the lck list this week. Miss Itllen Parks gave rt birthday party on the 15th, Inst. Invited ' guests were ns follows: Mins Lavitt- ia Darrett and Mr. It. G. Griffin; Miss Polly Nail and Mr. J. II. Parks: Miss Sarah A. Taylor aud Mr. J. D. Bacon j Miss Mary Taylor nnd Mr. Ed Gnfllu; Miss Georgia Walker nnd Mr. Lonnie Griffin; Miss Helen Hunter and Mr. Louis Barrett; Miss Sarnh Rucker and Mr. Martin Walker; Miss Nolie Parks and Mr. John Taylor; Messrs. Joe Taylor, Jed Tichenor nnd Henry Barrett; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moseicy, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gary, and Mrs. M. B. Parks. The young people enjojed themselves with games, alter which truits of different kiuds, too mimetous to mention, nnd froreu custard aud cakes and candles rverc served. After which they all returned to their homes, feeling that it was well that they visited the house of their hospitable hostess. Wc have n ery fine lot of young ladies and gentlemen who know just how to enjoy themselves iu a dignified manner. 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Thenscentbegan wlthnn innocent- looking, long, sloping ladder, which was ns pleasant climbing as ladders on tho slopo usually are. Turning at right angles wc sidled along tho rock on open galleries hanging over speoe, of which wo obtained pleasing glimpses between the broken to offer The St Globc-Dema-cr- Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) will-prov- 111 n. lys 111 t. se e auti-belhu- n boards that sprang under our feet as we gingerly picked our wny. At the end of tho galleries a short ladder, the only respectable one in the whole lot, disappeared Into a dark hole in the rock. So far wo had come nlong guyly enough but no sooner had number ono plunged into darkness than there came from tho bowels of tho rock the most piercing cries: "I can't get upl I'm stuck fasti" drowned by tho cherry to Tun voice of Ariel, the guldo. Ilnrttord, What checked the novice on entering the rock was to feel that the ladder suddenly ended. Your bonds slid along tho di.mp rock without finding anything to hold by, but by groping to the left tho bottom rung Condensed News, of another set of ladders was found, Stories, nnd wriggling to n foothold upon it, you were at the foot of n groat shaft Miscellany, in the rook that I can only comWomen's Department, pare to a mill ohimney down ono side of which hung a long scries of Children's Department, short ladders, Mod together but not agricultural Department, scoured to tho wall, whloh oscillated Political Departmeift, frightfully, nnd pulled out as if coming down on your head nt each rung Answer to Correspondents, - snb-scri- af-fo- y c3 Jj s? 'JL' L .Al Si 'V ll It Hen-dric- ey 1800-91-9- 1893-189- 4, child's play to the ascent. Companion. you made. We thought it would have been easier if we could have seen thoso ladders, but tbo darkness was most appalling, with only tho touch of the eternal rungs over boforo us. It was impossible to tell whether tho rock was closo nt your back, or whether there was nothing but ghastly black spaco all about. Onco or twico wo wcro startled by a streak of light coming from somo crack, nnd showing that we wore crossing hideous gashes in the howols of tho rock. At last rv streak of light came from nbovo, and Ariel, who had never ceased shouting out words ot encouragement, handed us oat of tho shaft. Wo all Inwardly prayed that we might not havo to go down thoso ladders; and Miss 0. averred that U this was tbo programme, her bones would bo left on tho top of Hagia Trias. However, wc did go down by tho ladders, but wo found It far-awa- y Editorials, Everything, WILL BE POUND IN THE Weekly A Qoarier-Journ- al eight-colum- ten page, Democratic Newspaper. HENRYWAT- ' TERSON. Editor, PRICE, flooA YEAR. The Weekly Courier-Journmakes very liberal terms to agents. Sample copies of the paper nnd PremiumSup-plemesent free to any address. Write to Co,, Louisville, Ky. The Hattford RurunLlCAN and the Weekly Courier-Journwill be seat to any address for $1.75. Address Tug Rhpuiiucan, Hartford, Ky. CouRiim-JoURNAi. nt THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY-COMMERCIAL H Ml 4 Youth's THE CIPHER 'TELEGRAM. Another One of the ManydoofJ Stories About It Another of the many good stories told at tho cxponso of tho "cipher telegram" of tho modern business world camo up tho othor day. A city broker, whoso homo is tn Now Jersey, was obliged by illness to loso a day from bis business, so bo sont word to his clerk at tbo olDco to let him know by telegram something of tho day's transactions. The hours woro on but no tele- t. pree to readers paper of this Any one sending In a subscription to this paper for one year, accotupan-e- d by $1 25 , the regular price ot Trta will be sent free of RriruiiLlCAN, charge for oue year a copy of The Louisville Weekly Commercial a 21-1- first-clas- Mub-lenbur- g 22-2- Ken-tuck- -- gram appeared and the broker began to bo mystified, not to say provoked, at tho unaccounlablo ncgli- -' genco of his faithful clerk. Tho topograph offlca was a inlio from his end in yoar money homo, and thcrowas nothing to bo done but to wait for tho messenger, who didn't come. Noxtmorning tho unhappy suburb-- i anlto stopped on his way to tho station to mako inquiries at tho officio for his missing telegram. Tho operator was an old' town gossip, with an Interest in Address orders to This ovorybody's affairs and greeted bis Hartford, Ky. visitor In a neighborly fashion. "Good morning, slrl . All well, I tolo-gra- paper, filled with more news than any other metropolitan weekly. Absolutely correct market reports, You can get a tree sample copy of The Weekly Commercial by sending your name to that paper. 64 column large and ' GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. R -- 4X ll hopo?" Fair Tests Subscribe for Tjie "Ye, all right. I say, didn't you gat a tologrnm for mo yostcrday?" "Tologram for you? Lot mo sco. Why, yesj I bollovo I did. DutI couldn't mako nothing out of it, so I didn't think 'twos worth whilo to Y. Tribune. send It upl"-- N. List of rppointments, No Creek charge, Rev. J. II. Perryman, Pastor. 1st Sunday 10:30 a. m. Shinkle Chapel; Washington 3 p. 111. 2d Sunday Sulphur Springs 10:30 a. m.i Victory 7130 p. iu. 10:3a a. 111. 10:30 a. nil 1 P A N S u ONI5 OIVHS REUKK. i -- l The Republican and St Louis Globo-Domoorat Republican and the th year for $1.25 (s o m i -- Louisvillo Wcokly C - 3d Sunday No Creek 4th Sunday Beaver Dam Pleasant Hill 3 p. 111. wcokly) for $1.50 por year, for subscriber! who pay up and one year in advance. h-- M Ji fL,r iu.. T'piiiaT mtmmtmBiim tjt:: mmirimptstet'mhitJiJtesfi J.JH IllitHH'HW l"w'in' f, mm wawgn Arrordod Ugliest Honors World' Pair. Dr. J. H Wliltc was n Leltchfield this week Mr J. W. Baker, town Monday Render, was In - Everything will be first class at Hartford House Prof. C. M Crowe, Whltesvllle, was in town yesterday. Mr. wiis-i- HOT CREAM Mr. Thomas Sutton, Owensboro, was In town Inst week. Hsq Jont B Wilson, Prcntls, ed to see us Wednesday. call- 11. C tancli, Beaver Dam, town yesterday. BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A Dr. E. W. Ford went to Purdsvllle last week, returning Sunday. Mr. Dave Likens fs able to be out, alter a severe attick of pneumonia, Mr. D I.. Johnson has moved into Mr. J. W. Lytte's house on Union Street. Misses Mary nnd Luln Miller gave quite n pleascnt party lastSaturnav evening. Messrs. Mcllenry Griffith nnd II. C. Midkill, Magan, were in town yesterday, Mr Alex Harnett is 111 Owensboro this week, visiting Irlonds nnd rcla- ttves. to come to Christ, because they are altaid they will bring reproach on the cause. The case, (I they understand it as It really is, they fear mid dread the rebuke that they know the poor sinner sometimes gives them, more than they fear to violate God's Holy Law Now I say the best workers in the salvation oi men, arc those who are most like the Dlessed J. B. I'iwuVh vn. Christ wortc n-- Ti ' j o FRIDAY, I'KIIRVAHV 21, I89S, Hot Coflee and lunch at all hours Circuit Court will convene Monday at Halt Bros., corner Union and Marweek ket Streets. Mr I, S Field, Cincinnati, was in Rev. J B. Watson will preach at town Tuesday. the Presbyterian Church the first SunRev I. A. Dennett, Pcda, called to day in March. see us Wednesday, Mr. D, M. Hocker, Clerk of the Dr V Alexander made a flying Ohio County Court, went to Fords-vil- e Monday. trip to Louisville last week. Mr. J. M. Taylor, ol Hazel ,Tenn., Born, to the Wile of Mr. W. H. was the guest of his sister, Mrs Rowan Mnuzy, on tr-- 14th inst. a boy. Holbrook Monday. Judge J 3 Glenn was in Greenville this week on legal business. J. B. Foster, the Cash Store, has a pleasant, fine line of carpets. Call on him for Mr. Watt Taylor, Point same. Prices lower than ever were gave us a pleasant call Wednesday. known before. Mr. A. R Carson, the popular sales'-m- an Dr. J. R. Pirtle will graduate at for Carson & Co., has beeu on Vanberbilt University abeut March the sick list lor several days. 1st, and will return to Hartlord to BallingtoB & Cain have new bar- resume his practice. ber tools throughout and are prepared Messrs. Smith and Andrew Payne, to give you the very best work. Calhoon, passed through town SunMr John C Barnard, one of Ohio day on their way home from a few County's best teachers, lins enlisted in days visit to their parents near tlii tfniilnr nrmv. and Isnnw station- - t Shreve, ed at Flaltsburg Barracks, N. Y. of near Mr. Gabrial Flemtuing, Mr Schoephlln, of Henderson, was Magan, died Tuesday morning of here last wecic in the interest ot u pneumonia. He was 22 years ofage.un-marrie- d tile factory, but he tailed to get the and was an exemplary young proper encouragement, and has re- man, and will be greitly missed in turned to Henderson his community. Me.srs Bullington & Cain have "Dixie Morton dead" were the rmtrd the new barber shop, and have words which could be heard on Marpnt 111 new lurniture throughout, and ket Street Wednesday morning, re better preired than ever to ac- "Dixie" was a favorite dog with the ' commodate the trade. merclnnts along that street, and had c " I A ,1 a. person did considSome reckle erable dsuiaRC to the Hartford House Monday night, by shooting through the iront doors and window. There is no clew mi to w hod id the thooting. A ceneral store at Red Hill was broken into last Sunday night and about $40 or $50 worth ol goods carried oil Parties fr mi that neighbor- tic reached the age of about twelve was reared by the family of Mr. A. L. Morton. Mr Wm Bell, of Bulord, has rented Jhe Hartlord House, and moved in yesterday to take charge. Mr. Bell has I111I considerable experience in the hotel business, and is a populir gentleman, which will make It a very desirable place to stop He will keep everything in style. first-class TlirnliKll Urn lri. meetings conducted by Rev. W. D. Cox at Cutdsville closed MonStop nt the. Hartlord Uout-e- , nnd day soys the Owensboro Messenger, yuit will get as good meals as you can The revival resulted In twenty-twgel any where additions to the church. Theiewere Marriage licenses J.B.Swaln to Miss seven restored to membership, two lonu Cnitor, Sherman Stevens to Miss. taken under watch care nnrt thirteen candidates fnr baptism. Eleven ol Mattie Chinn these were baptized Monday in Greeu Mi R. R Wedding has vacated the River. The river was frozen over to House, and moved to the old Haitlord a depth ol ten inches, but the ice was Gregory house. cut and the ordinance administered When you come to Circuit Court, despite the chilly condition of the remember the Hartlord House is open water. The meetings were producand Win, Bell is the proprietor, and tive of much good in the community. guarantees the very best of everyiii:iiiu:ht. thing!Eeb. 16. The school at this place William & Belt are hav- which was taught by Messrs ing a skylight put in the rooms over Moseley close 1 Kridiy Jan. 25;regard-les- s their drugstore and Dr. Pirtle will ocof the rainy weather there were cupy same, together with Dr Ford. quite a number of visitors out; to siy These will be very handsome offices that our school was a success would when completed. be useless for Miss Nannie is one of Mr. Frank L. McKernan, formerly the best teachers of Daviess county. of Adalrville, has purchased an Inter- We regretted to see her leave us and est in the Inquirer ol Owensboro. Mr. go to her home at Pleasant Ridge. but we hope to have her for our teacher Orlando P. Byrnes, of Russellville, formerly a Louisville newspaper man, again. Her brother Mr. Yancey will nucceed G. V. Triplett as editor Moseley delivered a splendid speech, which was greatly enjoyed. School oi the paper. closed with a song, some recitations The Commercial Hotel is amply and a treat by the teacher. prepared to comfortably accomodate Mr. D. A. Miller and daughter all guests at most reasonale rates, Maggie returned Irom their visit to giving them the best to eat the mar- friends and relatives at Lewlspoit kets affords. Two sample rooms; Tuesday. politest attention guaranteed. Spec-- I Miss Ella Stewart of Chambers is ial rates to jurymen and witnesses by visiting Miss Telia Haynes. the week during Circuit Court. Mrs. Ellen Chambers Is the guest Wediiesday at 1:30 o'clock p. m. at of her sister Mrs. E. W Lyons. Mrs. Will Gabbet, of Pellville died the Commercial Hotel, Mr. Booth Swain and Miss IimCuter. of Pren-tls- , Jan. 30th after an Illness some months; were united in the holy bonds of she leaves a husband and two chilmatrimony, Rev. G J Bean pronouc-in- dren, one oilier children died since,in the ceremony. A considerable infant child, the remains were taken crowd had gathered around the hotel to Pellville ceinjtery for burial; the to witness the event, but Bro. Bean funeral sermon was preached by Rev. came in at the Inck way an 1 pro- - R. T. Bruner. Miss Hallie Miller visited Miss Elnounced the ceremony before the out- E. lookers had time to realize where len Haynes Sunday. theywere at." The happy couple left An Owensboro bank recently disimmediately after the ceremony for counted a State warrant for a citizen their home at Prentis They were of that city, charging S3 lor the acaccompanied by Mr. fi. T. Miller commodation. The bank sent the and Miss Efiie Swain. for collection warrant to The Miss-Nannig mark to the wife of Henry Spencer who remonstrated until Smith becoming turbulent pounced upon him with a knlle and Inflicted three ugly wounds in his face, one on the fore- head, one 011 the throat and one on the nose, and nearly cutting his clothes off of him. This in not the first time that Smith has made himself conspicuous in this line at that same place Will the gootl people of this county bear with this kind of work always? Mrs. Robert Moseley, living uenr town, dM Inst Monday night, of n She was a com plication ol diseases sister of Mrs. C. P. Westcrfieid and-M- r. C II Hoover, ot this place and a sister ol Mrs Judge C. W Munslc. of Owensbore Colii-ic- i oien. When the Hpatians met in the Music Room last Friday evening, a crowded house greeted them, compos ed ol the faculty, students and the fol lowing ladies and gentlemen from town: Messrs.M. Bean, Lee Stevens, R. D Walker.Henry Nall.and Misses Oma Westcrfieid and Carrie Wcerner. The Adelpluans have invited the Hvpntians to their meeting in the College Hall to night. Mr. Gar, McLean county, is a new student this week. Mr. Hardin Craig, Daviess county, is a new student. Mrs. O. M. Shtillz visited us Tuesday morning. Mr. L. M. Sanderlur, county, entered schcol Monday. This term is hall gone. We are Verging toward another epoch in our year. In lime's swing we ore borne incessantly on toward the end of our school days, toward the sunset of life, away Irom the unsheathings of life's golden buds, towards the blossoms aud decays, away from childhood's dew drop homes, into the lull bloom of womanhood and manhood, and we believe the students ol our College are realizing the lull fruitions of an education and are garnering bright sheaves from the harvest fields ot truth, honor and wisdom. AUTHORS' SLIPS. Amimlng Brrora Mn.de by Many Fftmoua Uurfon Atttrlifntillnt The Only Great liable nerve building-u- p Writers. In rinyt Twp Itttlmnte nr Monte Crltnt Wajnttli HhnkropcAre'i and thoroughly to medicine, tonic, vitalizcr and Tlinfkfmjr dm Ilia t'liamrtftrn Mttett Globo-Dom-ocr- Sappho. Frederick Douglas, the noted col orcd orator, died at his home in Anacostia Wednesday night. W la) T 8 i IT iv- Revs J. B Ferryman and O. M Messrs G B and T. C Slack re- Felix are conducting a great revival ceived n telegrrfm Irom their home at at Shinkle Chapel. The meeting beUniontown Monday night that their gan Sunday night, and now the altar father was very sick. They lett Ira is filled with penitent souls, seeking Mr Slack his the way of eternal life, and have almediately for home. quite a severe attack ol pneumonia. ready had several conversions. Bro. I.ati:u Mr. Slack died Wednes- Ferryman is doing a great work day morning among his people, and being assisted by such an able young divine as Bro. Mr. C R. Martin, the hustling Felix much good will yet be done. Jcweler.has moved his Jewelry stock They have had 46 conversions on the beto the I, B Bean old stand, and charge up to the 19th sides keeping the best stock of Jewel MrvriK-Uilnn- . ry in the Green River country, he Yesterday evening at 6 o'clock at will handle all kinds ol Peed Stuff. Mr. Martin is a first class gentleman, the home of the bride'? father, Mr. and if ou need anything in his line James Chtnu, of Bedar Mr. Sherman Stevens was married to Miss Mattie would do will to call on him Chinn, Rev. E. E. Pate pronouncing We are adding new type and print- the ceremony, in the presence ol a ing material to our stock every week large circle of friends and relatives. and are now better prepared than ever The attendants were.Mr.CM. Crowe, to do the very best lob Work at the Miss Alberta Greer, Mr. Lee Chinn very lowest prices. Call on us for and Miss Alice Edmonds, Immediprices and you will be sure to leave ately after the ceremony the bridal an order for your work. We will party repaired to the residence' of the make a specialty of Hone and Jack groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bills, and have card board made es- Stevens, where a bounteous supper pecially for that purpose, and will awaited them. put them up at lowest possible prices. Mr. Stevens Is an industilous, Beginning with this month it is a thrifty young man, and is at present misdemeanor to Hit, capture or pur- in the employ of the Union County sue turkeys, doves, woodcocks, or Hedge Fence Company, nt Morgan-fielwhere they will go on next SatDucks, however, are exsquirrels. His From the urday to moke their home. cepted from protection. istot February until June 15 squir- bride is considered one of the prettiest rels must not be molested; turkeys girls of the Beda community, and has are protected from Feb I to Sept. always been very popular In society. ii the woodcock from Feb. 1 to Aug. Tint RnrunucAN joins their many wishes for them a long 15: partridges Irnm Feb. 1 to Oct. 20; friends and the dove irom Feb. 1 to Aug. 1; the and happy life. deer from March 1 hood were in to vn Wednes lay morning in search of thr thieves. d, to Sept. nlliln 2. A. Will-Inni- Motion. In Memory ol Mr. vc i Irairi ii; ft"' )IP.' WfU Mrs. Cynthia A Williams, widow of late Jeremiah Williams, was born in Ohio county Ky , June 28, 1813, was married tn Jeremiah Williams February 19, 1835, ied February 11, She was a true christian in 1895 thought, word and deed, having made a profession of religion in early life, she lived up to her profession as true mother in Israel. She wns the mother of 12 children, All lived to 4 diughters and 8 Suns. be grown except one son who died when about 10 years old. The chil dren all made a profession of religion in early life and all belong to the ' church. Where will you find a more model family anywhere than that raised by Jeremirah and Cynthia Williams? The parents were true christians and they have raised up their children to call her blessed. There was 4 of her children went before her to heaven, and has left 8 She had to follow in her been for 5 years so that she could not walk on account of paralysis and for several months she was entirely blind, still npt a murmur was she heard to utter. How many are there that will lay upon beds of afflictions without murmuring as their lot in Weep not dear friends for this life? your mother, neighbor and counsellor for she has gone home to meet husband, children and neighbors on the gold paved streets of the New JeruC. I.. MlUKR. salem. Cedar Grove, Feb. 18, 1895. foot-step- I am prepared to du all kind of hauling by the day or contract on short notice, all orders left for me with Carson & Co will receive prompt attention. 30 4t - W. H. Burton. KI.MII'IIIIOOK. Feb 20 Miss Ada Welter, who has been visiting Miss Einnja Stevens, has returned to her home in "Little Texas." Mr Wesley Stevens and sister, Miss Emma, spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. Jake Willer's inJ,Llttle Texas." Mr. B. S Ellis is at Livia on business this week. Mr. T. L.Andersou went to Owens- boro this week with tobacco. Mr. R. P. Balrd spent Saturday night at Mr. A C. Ellis.' Messrs. A. E Ellis, A. K. Ward, L. B. and M. H. Mills and C. B, Hays attended the society at "No Creek Friday night. OnrSelcctSchool is progressing nice y under the efficient management ol Mr. C. H. Ellis. Mr. C. II Ellis recently closed the best school in Ohio county at this place. We are' glad to see the boya and girls have so much energy. The time is at hand when an education Is so essential to one's wellare, that we should ever strive to make each day's work better. We, the hoys and girls will tome day have to take the places of the generation now on hand and we should utilize our time while we Cow Bov. have an opportunity. to II11II1 Opru I.cttrr In llnr. Bravrr Dam, Ky., Feb. 1595. I have read with interest the open letters of T. F. Johnson nnd Henry Tinsley to the good people of Beaver Dam nnd the pastors ol the churches at Hartlord and Beaver Dan., also I find by review of the letter of T. F. Johnson that he is somewhat uneasy as to the result of the liquor vote of our town, and that he refers to the patronage of our school from his Especially as to the reason place. that there should be no open saloons here, but while it is true, that the open saloon would injure the flourishing school of this place without any doubt, I would say to Bro. Johnson, do you think the Faculty, Trustees nnd patrons of our school in Beaver Dam have put themselves to trouble and expense of building up a school in the town for the name of a school alone, and do you think for one moment niter enjoying the benefit of a school that has met with such favor in the county for some time, that the Faculty, Trustees and patrons will not defend it and your children by If the their work and votes also? good people of our county do not withdraw their patronage from the school until the open saloon is voted in Beaver Dam, the future prosperity is assured, and our worthy President atid assistants are to be congratulated. Now Brother, beside all the reasons mentioned in what has gone before the good people of our town, look at this question after this form they do not want open saloons in the town, for the reason that it is a great wrong perpetrated on a sober, indutrious people, because the laws of God for- bid drunkenness.and because the vote of the county has already said, "We will not have open saloons," and Ohio county is larger than Hartford and Beaver Dam added, with all the whisky men thrown in for good count. I wish to say qnec more before lam done If Bro. Johnson will investigate carefully he will find that our neighbor ' has not made such nice work of the vote on the "question as he imagines, as the vote is to be taBut we beken again in Hartford. lieve that the good people of Hartford will give the liquor men a lesson in the next election that will settle the question lor good. Now Uro lohnson.we tremble when we read the quotation of Mr. II, T., anew, "Woe to him who puttith the bottle to his neighbor's mouth nnd maketh him drunken also," (by vote or otherwise. ) Now that means every one of us in the church and ot it, who regards a standard of morals Bro. II T. I wish that is respectable you was a member of some church for I am sure a man starting on such morals would build up an earnest christian character of great worth to your community and county. I will now try to answer truly Mr Tlusley's questions as far as my observation Bro. T. I never in my lias gone ministry have beeu one of the class of church members which you put down as "wet brethren," and stick to the text, that are good for church work of any kind. They do notmake good Missionaries for they spend the inevitable roct. contribution for liquor. They do not pray in public, because, as they claim, they are not glfte.1 in They do not persuade men prayer. n AiiMver institute in county, N. Y., a "question box" was put on the desk and the conductor slipped in this query, "Why are Teachers opposed to increase! this was reached he Frankfort nppealed to the Teachers for an anand the money came back, promptly, swer. There was an ominous silence much to the surprise ot all concerned, for a time; finally, a young girl boldit having been expected that the con- ly said: "Because they are lszy."The dition of the State Treasury would conductor made no comment; as in The banker the case of Patrick Henry's great make delay necessary. wis so surprised that he forgot him- speech, "the effort was to deep," but self and returned $2 of the money to he observed an unusual the man from whom the warrant was many.He bes That citizen cow has the lieves that reply was worth more than obtained. distinction of having in his possession all else was that said atthe institute the only conscience money ever reTeachers Institute. m turned by a banker so far as anyItONINK. Ex. body knors Feb. 19 Mr. Iv. P. Crowder went . on business. to Deanefield I'lnoil oriSSJ anil 'HI. Reached their greatest height FebMiss Lizzie Curley left for Louisruary 18, but look at the river now ville Saturday where she will make says The Owensboro Messenger. an extensive visit, among relatives. Twelve years ago yesterday (FebruJ. D. Whittinghill attended the ary 18) the Ohio river at Owenboro Musical at Beaver Dim Saturday reached the highest stage that had night. ever been known at that time, and a Miss Sue Pierce is visiting friends stone bearing the names of mayor in Horse Branch. t, and councilmen marks the high water Mrs. Webster Cate and son, mark of :8S3 at the corner ol Water of Sulphur Springs, spent SunAnn street, being about eighteen day here the guest of Mrs. M. S. Rag-lauinches above the curbstone of the sidewalk. Singularly enough, exMrs. Edua Anderson, of near Hartactly a year later (February 18, 18S4) ford, visited Mrs. S. D. Morgan, a still greater flood was upon us, the Thursday and Friday. f water being four and inches Mrs. Paget, Nelson Creek, is the above the top of the stone commemoguest ot her daughter, Mrs. II. P. rating the 1883 flood. No mark of Watts. the 1884 flood has ever been made Miss Lavinia Myers, left yesterday and it should be done bfclore the date for Vine Grove, where she will visit drops out ol memory. In contrast her brother, Mr. Jas. Myers. with the high water of 1883 n.id 18S4 Miss Ada Johnson, of Sulphur look upon the river today! It is al- Springs', passed through town yester-da- y most as low as it was in midsummer. en route for Beaver Dam, where Great floes of ice arc stranded upon she is attending school. the sand bar that protrudes its ugly Mrs. J. F. Allen visited relatives in head from the bed of the river near Horse Branch Saturday and Sunday. the Hanning distillery, and none but' R. R. Wedding, Esq. Hartlord Is the light draught boats could run if in town on legal business. the liver was open to navigation, Mr. Booth Crowder Is visiting relaThere was a big river when the protives in the Mt. Pleasant neighbortracted cold season set in, but zero hood. weather dried up the water more rapIt is with much regret that we idly than a hot summer sun. An the death of Rev. J. W. Tayearly rise is expected, but it is allor, who departed this life at his home most incredible that there was such a in this place Wednesday night at 11 vast volume of water rushing by us o'clock. He is a man, whose preseleven and twelve years ago today ence will be missed by all in this town when the streamlet we now have is and community. We tender our deepobserved. est sympathy to his many friends and relatives, who mourn the loss of one Irom TlieNliir. I'otilstlllr A NBRDMf, SWALLOWED who was so woithy of their love. Mignon. Last October Mrs. J. C. Huff, of Euston, hal been sewing when her Wanted. attention was called to other houseEverybody to know that Groves laid her work down hold duties she Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to and on returning, found that her Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippc Bad After looking needle was gone. Colds &c., or your money will be around tor it some time, she gave it refunded in every instance. Sold by up for lost. Time passed on,and un William & Bell, Hartford Ky. til a few days ago nothing seemed unusal in the manners of her little 1li UemiliiB Merit Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends child, who was playing near herwhen she laid her sewing down last Octo- w herevei" it is fairly nnd honestly ber, when a rising appeared on its tried. To have perfect health, you right side just below the libs. In a must have pure blood, and the best few day this disappeared without way to have pure blood Is to take breaking. After this the child apHood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood peared more fretful than usual, when its purifier and strength builder. It exmother discovered a needle had work pels all taints of scrofula, salt rhem ed through thecbild'sside far enough and all other humors, and at the same that its father took hold of it .and pull- time builds up the whole system. ed It out. The needle was eyldently Hood's Pills are prompt and effthe one lost by Mrs. Huff last Octo- icient. 25c. ber. m At a Teachers' thoughtful-uessonthefacesolagoy Era-metd. one-halnee Some ono 1ms bcon telling tho readers of tho St. Louis n about tho errors of which authors aro fjullty, In tholr boohs, errors in history, philosophy, astronomy, Keogrophy everything. Rend what he sayn: Shakespeare speaks of King John and his barons ns fighting with whereas these instruments of destruction were then entirely unknown; he causes one character to mention printing two hundred years beforo the tlmo of Gutenberg, and another to alludo to striking clocks in tho duys of Julius Obosar; ho mentions a billiard tablo as part of tho furnlturo of Cleopatra's summer palace, and causes Hector to quoto Aristotle; ho makes ridiculous blunders in geography, giving seaports to Bohemia, an inland country, nnd speaks of Delphos as an island. In a popular novel of recent date tbo author decided to kill his victim with consumption, and then gavo him all tbo symptoms of pneumonia. Wilklo Collins avoided blunders of this kind by a curiously practical method. When he wished to use sickness as a means of promoting the plot of his story ho Interviewed the family physician on the subject. Tho "Count of Monte Cristo" Is full of slips that could have occurred only through tho author's forgotful-ncs- s. Tho fortuno with which he endowed his hero is enormous, being about four million dollars to begin with, and after years of tho most reckless expenditure, after money has been scattered with both hands, and in lavishly prodigal fashion, tho author assures his readers, in calm forgctfulness of this amount with which he started tho count on his career, that tho remainder is upward of ten million' dollars. Thackeray, who was exceedingly! anxious to got everything right, was perpetually getting things wrong.' Any reader who tokes tho pains to examine critically tho works of the great English satirist will find ln-- j numcrablo blunders, arising for tho most part simply from carelessness.' The names arc mixed. Tho hero Is sometimes called by the namo of one of tho other characters, and in at least one place an important character is called by a namo from another novel. This was Philip Firrain, whom ho called Cllvo Newcome. Nor was this his worst blunder, for in another story ho killed nnd buried old Lady Kew and later brought her again on tho scene to round off a corner of tho story. George Eliot, whose knowledge of sclenco Is highly commended, In tho "Mill on tho Floss" makes the odd blunder of having tho boat overtaken in midstream by a mass of drift floating at a tnoro rapid rate than the frail craft, a physical impossibility. Moro than ouc astronomer has pointed out the mistakes Charles Readc has perpetrated in astronomy and geography. But Eeado is not tho only sinner in this particular. IIowcIIs sometimes makes a parade of Ids knowledge, and in one placo in "Silas Lapham," nlludes to the "rank and fllo" ns synonymous with officers and men. Dean Swift speaks of Pennsylvania as a frozen, desert plain, a blunder that might be extenuated on tho scoro of the ignorance prevailing in his time, and, for' that matter, over since, In England, of American matters; while Amelia B. Edwards, in "Hand and Glove," mentions "an overseer on a Massachusetts cotton plantation." well-knowcan-nun, Purifier Before the people today, and which stands preeminently above all other medicines, 13 Sarsaparilla It has won its hold upon the hearts of the people by its own absolute intrinsic merit. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the story: Hood's Cures Even when all other preparations and prescriptions faiL " I waa taken with a pain In my rlffht tide which run down into my limb and my ankles swelled and bioke oat in running ores In teven different places. Sluco I have Died Hood' the sores have healed and I have gained fifteen pounda In weight." JoslE HAnnis, Preatonbnrg, Kf, Get HOOD'S Hood's Pills is. SSjS.'9r "beaver dam." Newsy Letter From Neighboring Town Our Rev. Casebier filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. The Masonic Musical, which entertained Saturday night had quite a large au dience. Everything went off "O. K.," and after all expenses paid a sum ol about $35 remained in the hands of the Grand Master. Miss Viola Pirtle nnd sister, Miss Georgia.Victory.spent Friday nightln town. Miss Viola went to Im!sville Saturday and Miss Georgie stopped at Spring Lick. Miss Ella McBeath, Wtcbfield, spent Saturday and Sunday in town. Misses Emma and Fannie spent Tuesday nig'ht at their home in the country. The young folks witnessed quite a pleasant evening at Mr. W. H.Blank-enship'- s, in honor of their son.Claud, February 19th. The refreshments served at 9:30 o'clock were of the very latest style. Little Miss Cecil Williams, Hartford, is spending this week with her aunt, Miss Dora E. Gibson. Misses Laura nnd Bessie Barnes, Barnes Goshen, are visiting friends in town this week. Miss Pearl Willis returned to her home in Rockport Monday, A party of youg folks spent a pleasant evening at Mr. L. W. Hocker's Wednesday night. Mrs. H. Merrick, sons.Charlie, Eddie aud Ray; daughter, Ivaaud mother, Mrs. Sallie Hines, left last week for Balos, 111., where they will spead a few weeks. Attye. One Sole Writing Requisite. Is at least one essential Qualification for tho leader writer. Wo don't refer to a knowledge of There grammar and spelling, though this is an advantage; still, printers' readers belong to a very superior class, and they are generally able to rectify any llttlo slips of this sort; besides, It an accident docs happen, so very few people will notice it. But there Is one power ho absolutely must have, aud hore again the young man Is generally at an advantage compared witli the old, sluco it depends upon muscle and nervo rather than brain. Ho must bo able to write fast, and tho possession of this power will alone go far to tho making of tho comploto leader writer. Macmlllau's Mugazlne. A Cooking Episode. ,w A young woman was making her first cssny at housekeeping. A friend had sent her by mull a rccipa for some now kind of bread, giving her directions to take a portion of the dough atu time and make it into tho requisite form for baking. This scemod oxpliclt enough, but what was tho surprise of the friend to a telegram from tho young housekeeper to this offect: "What slmll I do with the rest 9! the dough? Pleaso answer." De- troit Free Press. The U. S. OovV Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Mr. E B. Allen,' Whitesvillc, visited his daughter, Mrs. E. D. Gully, the first of the week. Mr. Henry Shaver, Beda, gave us a pleasant call Wediiesday. . m nil Mr. Isaac Foster, of the firm of Foster & Drown, Centertown, was in town yesterday. m , Mr. Lonnie Lee visited friends and relatives in Henderson last week. Mr. John Willis, our hustling merchant, has a new dwelling house going up. Mr. Ray Lee and wife moved up from Henderson last week. Mr. L. W. Hunt, wife and daughter visited friends in Victory neighborhood Saturday and Sunday. It was with sadness we learned the death of Uncle Jim Taylor. Only a few weeks since he was the picture of health. Little did I think as I left his hospitable home on Christmas day that Aunt Mary would survive him, but observation never tells us who the death angel will claim first. My mind wanders back to when I was a little girl of twelve In Marvin's Chapel, when he administered baptism unto me. The benediction he pronounced upon me, the" special prayers he offered for the little girl is fresh upon ray memory this evening. I praise the Lord that his prayers have been answered up to date, and I believe I can live better the remainder of my Hie by having known Bro. Taylor, and as I look forward to when life, with its troubles are o'er and I stand on the other shore, among the first I expect to meet will be Uncle Aunt Mary, may God Jim Taylor. bless and keep you. All glory to God for such a provision for us unworthy motals. Aunt Mary, take comfort in God's precious promises, Look up, the time is short, Jesus will call us bye and bye to meet our friends on the shining ports of glory. Rest for the toiling hand, Rest for the anxious brow Rest for the weary, way sore feet, Rest from labor now. 19. Feb siJj?nr dam:. Rest for the fevered brain, Rest for the throbbing eyes, Rest tho these parched lips dJ thine No more shall pass the moan or sigh. Lizzin Hunt. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Awsrd. THAT CUTTING SCRArB, Last Thursday night Floyd Smith All persons indebted to the estate in company with some mote of the Handcock county toughs got on a of John C. Townsend, deceased, are drunk and in this condition went to requested to call on me at once, at the O'Dcll school house where Revs. my office in Hartford and settle same Burdett and Morton were conducting and save cost. a series of meetings. On the way This February 14, 1895, home Smith made some insulting res J S R Wkddino, Administrator. Notice! you Romombor get tho Now York Republican Tribune and The both for. ono year, for ono dollar and twenty? livo conts. TliellfirtloriI.'l!t Car. A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his Photo Car In Hartford and will make Pictures all day Monday every here 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 in work guaranthe State. First-clasteed. "When beauty comes he takes it; If there is neieke ak it;" s fj ' - w.,.. Hartford Republican Friday, I'bbruary 82,1895. of it since?' I asked. " No.' " 'Well, I have wished a hundred times since that you had broken your neck, HE PUT UP BOARDS. The Tforlit'a The K "That accident," added I am out of debt nnd thanks to the thrive on Scott's Emulsion wlion nil tho rest of tlioir food of Dish Washer tor it. In the past five Heth, "illustrated General Grunt's Bocmu to go to wasto. Thin Uabios and Weak Children grow tries of the world not merely full ' weeks I have made over $500, and character. lie was considerably hurt strong, plump and htnlthy by taking it. "Might as w?ll stop the huntln' statistics as to coinage, silver and but he insisted on completing the I am so thankful that I eel like telone time's another," said Farmer gold ratios, legal tender laws, etc.; ling everybody so that they can be trip, and we went out a few miles, Gibson to hi3 wife, when he had se but also as to paper issues, terms upand visited n few classmates we had Anybenefited by my experience. curely nailed the last board to the on which permitted, the extent to body can sell Dish Washers because known at West Point. In referring to walnut tree in the meadow lot. "Helwhich they are secured or unsecured, 'Do you everybody grants one, especially when this in 1868, Grant added: overcomes inherited weakness nnd all tho tendencies toward remember when we got out there, lo! There comes Atkins, the lawyer quasi or complete legal tender, as well it can be got so cheap, I believe that as a description of the moreimoor- Emaciation or Consumption. Thin, weak babios and growing those fellows didn't offer us anything from tqwn!'' in two years from now every family "Hn, ha, Gibson, glad to see you! tant banks of issue, the principles childron nnd nil persona sufToriug from Loss of Flesh, Weak will have one. You can get full par- - to drink?'" Out on a little trip and came over to upon which they are operated, and The conversation finally drifted on Lungs, Chronia Coughs, and Wasting Diseases will recoivo addressing the Iron City ticulars by see if I could borrow your hunting the extent ofthcir connection with untold benefits from this groat nourishment, Tho formula Dish Washer Co., E. E. Pittsburg, to the subject ot Gettysburg. government or independence of its General Heth, dog" "I suppose," said for making Scott's Emulsion has boon endorsed by tho mod-icPa., and you can't help but make "Yes I guess he'll toller ye, with direction. "that I was responsible for that batworld for twtntyytart. No secret nbout it, money in this business. I believe the gun " Statistical and comparative tables ienj for famfkltl n Srett'i Emulsion. that lean clear over J3, 000 the coming tle being fought at that point. I was "By the way, Gibson, is your ten- - supply numerous classes of data; so at Eastown with my division, when BO oonts and S la 8oott & Bowno, N. Y. All Druggists. year, and I am not going to let such that the publication is a condensed were a lot of gauge gun at home?" an opportunity pass wlthot improve- I learned that there cyclopaedia upon the subject it treats ment. We can't expect to succeed shoes at Gettysburg. I directed one "Suppose I take it out a while. and not merely the first, but a most of my colonels to take his regiment without trying. Ilcmdon-CarteMrs. 13. Company, Villi PAN MAltT MClnlLTV "r hipping-t- Merchants. r Louisville. Ky., successful attempt by system and and go there an get them. He went Saves going back after one." m iuu UHM IHHIIL. ill u II U I uomtiiissio tire the InrcrMt and most re "All right." condensation to give an intelligent True Kilnenllon. hrcntiAG tlinv part of the way, and then came back liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick Merely committing to memory and reported that he had heard drums "Let's see ten's an old size. Have views ot what to one attempting to and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write many book on any subject is not edu- beating near the village.and was sure you any loaded?" master the subject has heretofore to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties Kggs, Butter, Poultry, a few." cation. You might read and commit that some of the Yankees were there. Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for seemed an almost hopeless chaos. Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on con "Well let me take what you've got. to memory every thing the Nick Car- My division needed the shoes, so I Copies may be obtained by forwardslgnmcnts. General corrcsjiondcncc solicited. ter library contains, and would you took my c ommand, and started over I'll replace them in town." ing 5 cents to Tub IIARTI'ORD Rns phur Springs. "Um-hubbe any wiser when you had completrunucAN Hattford Ky.,' there to get them, but met your cavSchool Superin Z. II. Shultz, ed it than before. You may commit alry on the way, and out fighting 1 ed "I'll just take a little turn out here tendent Hattlord. Notice. to memory the demonstration of a to reinforcements being brought up through the fields, nnd I guess I'll N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Mr. Galen C. Westerfield has takeu Galen C. Westerfield, Coroner Geometrical theorem which would an both sides, ansj finally, of the batround in for dinner. Can't go along as Hartford. a position with Tub serve well te pass an examination, tle being tought there, where it had Gibson?" Mrs. Mlzella Tanner, Poorhouse general solicitor nnd collector. Any and in two weeks you know no more not been anticipated." "Nuck," Keeper Hartford. and all business entrusted to his care cvllern (After dinner.) Eduyou did at first. about it than j "Lee, then was not ready or anxt JUSTICES COURTS. riQes"" ""85; cation consists in the drawing out or ious for the fight?" "I didn't kilt anything, Gibson, will be promptly attended to. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur unfolding of the innate powers ol the "Iee never needed urging or ask- but bless me, it I haven't shot away Iltnnre or ointment Inrl'amrrli Hint Springs, March 2, June I, September 2, December 2. soul. When you learn something ing. He was always more ready than the whole two dozen shells at rabbits. t'oiitnlim Mrmiry. Cromwell Jont . Wil son, Prentis, Plenty of game, but seems to be an As mercury will surely destroy the March new combine it with what you now his officers, If he Jackson. 9, June 8, September 7, Deknow, and put all in one. Knowledge tkought there was halt a chance, he ofl day for me! Fear I broke the sense of smell and complete derange cember 7. New knowl- did not have to be urged to have us spring n one of those locks but the whole system when entering it unexercised soon dies. Rosinc C. L. Woodward, Center- -' y edge not used or uncombined bring it to town when you come. through the mucous surfaces. Such town, March 13, June 13, September with go in." 13, December 13. nrticles should never be used except other knowledge is like a child shut Although General Heth was not You can easily get it fixed " Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, Gibson "Hope you enjoyed your-sell- on prescriptions from reputable phyin darkness in youth. lie would de- present at the time of the battle of March 30, June 29, September 28, generate and die. You could not see Antietam, he has been a close student sicians, as the damage they will do is December 28. so oling, Fordsvillc James A. "Oh, immensely! May come out ten fold to the good you can possible if you were kept in the dark all the of that engagement, and has become Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, time and suddenly brought Into the very familiar with every portion oi again next week and bring a party of derive from them. Hall's Catarrh September 14, December 14. Cure, manufactured light. Your eyes have to be exercis- the field by repeated visitrs. He is friends. Good day, Mr. Gibson." by P. J. Cheney CONSTABLES. "Good-bye- ." ed. It is just as necessary lor you to marking three positions for each & Co., Toledo, O , contains no merHartford Hasea Shown, Beda. exercise your knowing faculties as brigade. Farmer Gibson went out and gazed cury, and is taken internally and is Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. The one occupied on the Fordsvillc J. II, Oiler, Fordsville, your bodily organs. Knowledge is morning of September 17, 1862, the at the board on the walnut tree. The made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. CheRosine Thos. Oiler, Rosine. like dirt which an abomination out of point of furthest advance during the legend, "No HuntinerShootin Aloud ney & Co. Testimonials free. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Cromplace, but when placed around the day, and the bivouac on the night of Here," seemed to be blurred over BoTSold by druggist, price 75c. per well. 204, 206 East Main. 28 1 mo. Barjtrntloti The Itrimblltnn, roots of a young tree the dirtier the the 17th. He estimates that the 1,500 by some hieroglphies which through bottle, POLICE COURTS. better; so when you sec your knowl- acres which the government will have his welling tears, shaped up thus: Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. Kelly, edge rightly you are doing good not to acquire, will cost about $100,000, "No hunting, one sheep killed, one Halrauinn Wnnurf. held every second Good wages to sell our Nursery Attorney. Court only for yourself but for some one and he expects ti ask the next Con- $40 gun broken; two dozen shells BAKING Monday in each month. gone; one dinner; one lame setter Stock. Apply for terms. We will else. Some people y go to school gress for $50,000 with which to begin Beaver Dam-- D A.Miller, Judge; a life time and never become educated the permanent work. held , Marshal. Court New York worth $75." Gibson walked solemly have for Spring and Fall, 1895, aa I I ttZ Itl.VM 47... . . . ' back to the house. j I laHIIIIIVl I I and why? Because when one book is Tribune. immense stock of Apple.Pcat, Peach, first Saturday in January, April, July and October. Mrs. Gibson "Mr. Atkins seemed Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. completed it is thrown aside and nev Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, I L. I t CHOHVVE1X. to enjoy himself" Also small fruits,shade and ornamen- Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held er thought of any more. When school t . w UJ. Aa kbb., laui Baa ,A Iuik.I ! V.. jJiainuiuaiiaa , Yaff,, agia luuuu iuw luri, lflt I CUlmj a pUc sta T the rcat. Rev. Brandon filled his regular apAtuoluUlrpurtujduioifactaa-- ((Mil.) Gibson "Yes.I'm glad ol it. Wantdays arc ended your education is just tal trees roses, etc. We make a second Saturday in January, April, I Wltb ttn pcnoln fret a urn rlo Of jonr droetr an- - dsr ; j ed to make it pleasent for him. Hope specialty of wholesaling to large July and October. begun. Here is where so many make pointment here Sunday night. lit ronr pcnnlrt nil! uuiftai vuwuou 11ftait.f l a L. Francis, Judge; D. Mr. J. W. Cooper and family, of he would go back and warn the town planters direct We will sell to Hamilton t trl si's ill tut ( FiUurotlitreirUliimrt a mistake. It is not the reading of TboMVbouMQ C. D I' 1 ror luccna win cr rr 101 lovr iimu j W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on many books that makes a learned Beaver Dam, were the guests of Mr. people against the stinginess ol the parties and take note paya- third Saturday in January, April, July -' w man; but thorough reading what you W. T. Tilford's family last Sunday. farmers." ble in six, twelve aad eighteen and October. Miss Efile Kahn is visiting relatives Then he went around and took months. do read. Rock port W, B. Jnmeu, Judge; When you know all that Semi-wa- y. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on down the boards and nailed them ins can be known you are an educated and friends in Greenville and Write us for wholesale prices. Ad- J. J Mondays in January, April, first to a feed box for a mule. Cleveland man or woman, and not until then. dress: July and October. There was a crowd of boys from Plaindealer. Don't be like the woman who thought Rosine J. D. Byers, Judge; H--. Southern Nurskry Co, Beaver Dam out here Sunday skating. Morris, Marshal. she knew all that was to be known Coutt held first Winchester, Tenn. 25 8t Saturdays in each tuo.tth. and lay down to die. Always have a There was a crowd of girls walked a TWO VIEWS OF CHINA. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; motive to climb higher and grasp ev- cross the river on the ice. The girls Pralatta Say She Hit Halthar Soldlara xoncx. J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held erything good and shun everything were, Misses Fannie Cooper, Annie Mar Patrlota. I wait ararr nan and womaa la taa TTnlud on fourth Saturday in January. April, Wkltkr "I think it Is one of the most thought- Italal lntaraiiad In tbi Oniom aidIhaaa dU July and October. evil; and you will come nearer being Borah. ful points In Divine Providence that the alalia to bar oaa of mr boaia on is visiting relaMiss Mittie Tilford Of the world for a Trifle. Addiail II. If. W00IU7, Atlanta, O. FOR LITTLE MONEY. COMMERCIAL CLUB. an educated man or woman. The oox ui.ikna om wui Dm anijoairaa. Chinaman was born any thing but a solMeets at Court House every 2d tives and friends in Beaver Dam. Ergonian. dier," said Rt. Rev. Joseph Key, bishop I A f and 4th Friday night J. S. R. WedMiss Annie Borah has opened a and late episcopal pastor ot China and LOEIHVII.I.E. PIT. LOOM TEX. It. B ding, President, C. R. Martin, Sec ItKMICK. spring school here. We wish her Japan ot the M. E. church south. WESTBOUND daily daily. retary. The working men are very greatful much success. No. 53 No. 51. Miss Annie is one of "Why," continued the prelate, "it Is a TOWN TRUSTEES. to have such good work during this the most popular and intelligent la- fact which a great many people know, Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a in r r v B. D Ringo, Chairman; W. G. r' t and yet which few stop to seriously Ky. Street 6 45 p tn 7 45 a ru cold weather. dies in our town. A twenty-pag- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the Hardwick. Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. consider, that If all the people of this West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m Mr. Sam Miller, a miner, who is We are glad to say we are going to earth were to pass before you on reUnited States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the . . . 7 30 p ra 8 28 a rn Field, John P. Motton. Howard probably 65 years old, fell at night have a telephone from here to Beaver view every third one would be a ChiSCHOOL TRUSTEES. general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a ra naman. If they wero a warlike race, L. F. Wajrner, Rowan Holbrook, about 6 months ago from high steps Dam in a short time. Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Tbey are at or if, In fact, they were a nutshell. Its Agricultural department 1ms no superior iu the country. Its not strongly Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. Market Reports arc recognized authority. Separate departments for The that run up to his door, and has not work at it cow. averse to war, they could overturn tho Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Sec. been able to work since. world. The Chinese army is but a Mr, Nickols, of near Owensboro, IU Home Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics. 8 13 p m 9 11 a ra retary. Ekron skeleton. From tho emperor down to Charles Corley's house burned has moved into H. Duke's house. and Society columns command the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its RELIGIOUS. Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a m the most petty oflicer In the empire It down Monday. They saved their 8 30 p ra 9 30 a m Baptist Chutch Dr. J. S.Coleman, general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, brillIrvington Messrs. John and Clarence Pirtle Is a system of squeezing, and they are household goods. Webster . . . . 8 38 p ra 9 39 a m Pastor. Services second Sunday in iant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid vishave just returned from a week's all there to make what Is In sight. Lodiburg . . . 8 45 pin 9 47 a m e?ch month, at 11 a. tn. nnd 7 p. nt. The idea of Mr. Ellis Taylor going it at Central City. There are a number of posts in Chins, 8 55 p ra 9 56 a m Prayer meeting every Thursday even- journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lor Pierce each In command of a general, and he to leave McIIenry has caused a great Out Sunday School is getting along Is supposed to have Sample. . . . 900pm 10 ooara ing. several thousand deal of comment. M. E. Church nicely; the attendance has been very men. Really, he will have but few. Rev. E E. Pate, Stepnensport . 9 09 p ra 10 09 a m Born, to the wife of Mr. John Reed good owing to the bad weather. Addison . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a tn Pastor. Services every third Sunday When word reaches him that InHolt a fine girl. U. C. 9 17 p tn 10 20 a tn in each month at 1 1 a. in and at 7 Mrs. Fannie Borah was the guest spection of his forces will be made on Cloverport . . 9 28 p tn 10 33 a m p. nt. Prayer meeting every Weda certain day he goes out into the of Mrs. N. C. Daniel Tuesday. Shops . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a tn nesday sight. rice fields and easily gathers the requiThe regular subscription for the two papers is $2 25. Subsc iption may Wtmt lUhela Were Uaoit lor. Mr. John Hoskins and Miss El fie site number, each one of whom ho furSklllman . . . 9 43 p ra 10 50 a m Christian Church Rev. I. H. Teel, begin at any time. Address all orders to Even a good stoiy is improved by Hawesville . , 9 54 p nt 1 1 02 a m Pastor. Services first Sunday in through our town nishes with an Imperial ensign and being well told, and Gen. Heth, of Chapman passed proudly puts them through Bomo sort each mouth, morning and night. Petrie . . . . 10 02 p ra 11 09 a Sunday en route for Morgantown. of evolution before the Inspector, who Confederate fame, not only possesses . . . . 10 07 p m 11 15 a ra SECRET SOCIETIES Papa's Girl. counts them, and after finding the reqCayce . . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a tn a fund of Interesting incidents, but Rockport Lodge, No 312, F, & A. iSLy- uisite number makes the general the Lewlsport . . 10 18 p m 11 25 a ra M. meets regularly on the fmt and N)IAM.Il)l'Ki:. can relate them, between cigarette annual allowance. When he is well Waitman . . 10 25 p ra 11 33 a ra third Saturday nights in each month. The school near this place closed out of the section the men are paid for puffs, in a way that makes htm the nnd address on a postal card, send it to- Geo. W. Seat, Write your name Powers 10 35 p ra 11 43 a tn Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge last Friday week ago, Mr. Clinton their time and sent back to the rice most intertaining of companions. Paes . . . . 10 48 p m 11 56 a ra No. C75 F. &.A. Masons, first Mon- Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of TIIX flelds. Of course, thero are some reguOwensboro . . 10 59 p m 12 06 p ra day night in each mouth. All bietk-re- n NEW YORK WKKKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. He represents the United States Iglehatt teacher. but the . it 09 p ra 12 18 pm Mattingly Miss Mamie Reed, who has been lar troops,the part knowledge of such are invited to attend regularly. Government on the Antietam board, lotion on of the commandant Griihtu . . . 11 14 p ra 1223 p m G. J. ean, W M. Shelby Taylor and when the commissioners from teaching at Goshen, is visiting rela- it interior posts caused me to say It vATrv"viiu""itfirJ"ifiifAiti Stanley . . . 11 18 pm 12 27pm Iras but a skeleton." any state are ready to go to the bat- tives in this vicinity. Worthington . 11 25 p ra 12 35 p ra Rough River Lodge No, 1 10 Knights Mgr. Phillbert Termor, prclato of the The river is frozen over a,nd the tlefield to locate the positions of the Reads . . . . 11 33 p ra 12 42 p m of Pythias. Meets every Saturday pope, who comes upon an apostolic Spottsvilie . . 11 45 p m 12 53 p ra night at Masouic Hall, B. D. Ringer, regiments from their state, it is his boys are having quite a nice time. mission and who arrived In San Fran-slsc- o Basketts . . . 11 53 p ra 12 59 p m C. C. Mr. A. C. Moreman, ot the firm of from the orient the other day, duty to accompany them. 12 10 a m 1 15 p m has spent several years in Japan and Ar. Henderson "One night after the war," said he, Hocker & Moreman, who are feeding China, EAST BOUND dialy daily Don't Slop Tobnreo. 11 1 ati mi as he tilted his chair back against cattle and hogs at this place, returned No. 52. No 54 "The great trouble with China," he How to Curb Yoursklp Whilb from Cincinnati where he has been uld, "is the lack ot patriotism amefig Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a ra 2 55 p tn the wall, in the little hotel at Usi.no It. The tobacco habit grows Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p ra spentin walking over with a car load of cattle, and will the people. In Japan every mother's Spottsvilie . . . 742 a m 3 16 p ra on a mam until his nervous system is is steeped In patriotism. In China with another carload leave the battlefield. "I attended a little Pitt.ru la Etiij Stjle is. Sin. 8 50 a tn 3 23 p ra seriously effected, iraparing health, viceroy and a number of soldiers are Reads party of those I had known at West for the same place. hired to defend the country. They Worthington . . 7 58 n ra 3 30 p m comfort and happiness. To quit sud- XtSrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged Mr. Henry Ball, who has been might be so many Hessians for all the Point. Burnside was there, with whom Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m denly is to severe a shock to the syspatriotism they possess." A SPECIALTY. Griffith . . . . 8 09 a ra 3 41 p m means so much more than I had roomed at wChoel, and so was quite sick, ia improving. Mattingly . . . 8 17 a ra 3 47 p tn tem, as tobacco, to a Inveterate user, 108 Main Street. Mr. T. J. Ford went to Centettown fyou imagine serious and Sherman,next whom I sat during the becomes a stimulant that his system "I WANT TO KISS PAPA." Owensboro . . . 8 30 a ra 4 00 p m OWENSBORO, KY ou.37 evening. Sherman and I fought our Saturday retnring Sunday. fatal diseases result from 8 40 a ra 4 08 p tn continually craves. B Pates is a t'alhetlo Appaal of k Mttla tilrl Whoaa ji ! Misses Aunie and Nellie Tichenor x u Fathar lld Ilaaa Srnt to Triton. battles over again, but at one point, . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p ra scientific cure for the tobacco habit Powers . . trifling ailments neglected. Among the prisoners arraigned In BESTINQUALIT Waitman , . . . 905 a ra 4 29 p tn in all J08T IN QUANTITY! someting I said made him break out visited in Centertown last week and f Don t play with Nature s its forms, carefully compoundr Lewispott 9 13 a m 4 36 p ra with, 'But you damned rebels did so attended meeting which was in pro- Jefferson Market police court the other r greatest gift ed after the formula of an eminent health. day, says tho Now York Recorder, was cayce 9 19 a ra 4 42 p ra and EO.' 'Damned rebels!' said I, 'If gress. a laborer, charged with intoxication. Falcon 9 23 a m 4 45 p m Berlin Physician who has used it in If)eairtfllar Mr. W. D, Maddox, of this vicinU As he was led from the noisome pen a uluf aorta, wtti: there are any two persons on God's Petrie . . 9 29 a tu 4 51 p tn his private practice since 1872, withlid f tnarillv as- ty, entered school at Hattlord last palo, careworn woman, leading a pretJ 4 59 P Hawesville . . 9 37 htaitcd. ItYCUa, J earth who ought to get down on their out a failure, purely vegetable nnd ty child of four years, made her way to hava no apptllu " : Skillman . . . . 9 4a a m 5 09 p in auu cant wor, &ucn mice uiuca cvciy uuy, unu 'i week. tho bar and began to plead In his beguaranteed petlectly haunlcss WHITE'S CRE1M You Shops bt flu at ictttk- 1000 a 01521 p m Mr, T, Barnard, merchant, has or half. Ho had taken his bit too much, thank the Lord that there were any hialhamoalii til.. Cloverport . . 10 05 am 524 p tu can use oil the tobacco you want, tla itrtnclhcajnf 'damned rebels,' you and Grant are deied his new stock of spring goods to bo sure, and It wasn't tho first time, Holt 10 20 a in 5 36 p tn while taking aodlclna. which li it will notialas! but ho was a good man when himMiss Bitdle Drake, who has been Brown a Iron lit- Addison . . . 10 23 a tu 540 p m fy you w hen to stop. We give a writL the ones. If it hadn't been for'us FOR 20 YEARS self. Couldn't the iudgo bo easy on ttra. A taw bot. all Stephensport . , 1028 am 5 45 put ten guarantee to permanently" cure llaa lod all WORM Romodleo. V 'damned rebels' you would still be visiting at this place, has returned to him? Upon the stolid, woll-femagis1 BOTTLE Sample . . . 10 37 a tu 5 52 p nt GUARANTEED. 9 trate this plea had some effect, but not : teaching school, and Grant would be her home. ratr Art! doaa- -tf p m any esse with three boxes, or refund aftaa'J Ifam vaata M Pierce . . , . 10 41 a in 5 57 u iiv Ai.r, vimaatsTs. Mrs. D. Brown, South Carrol Hon, much. V W tanning leather." uth, and lt'a J Lodiburg , . 10 49 a ra 6 06 p ra the money with 10 per cent, interest. "Ten daysP was tho laconic sennnina Milium t&., ST. tons. pltaiam to lata. 6 14 p m Baco-Cur"And what did Sherman say to visited her old lrlends here a few days tence, after a brief Interview with the Webster . . . 10 57 a m is not a substitute, but a and returned home last week, accom Irvington . . . n 05 a m 6 22 p nt scieutifiic cure, that cures without the policeman who had made the arrest. that?" was asked. 111 640 p m , , Guston . 11 14 a WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO panied by Mrs. Nannie Brown, who The unhappy wlfo turned away with aid of will power and with no incon"He slapped me on the back, and Dypepjla, Kidney and Liver a sob, but the little girl held back, 11 22 a in 648 p tn Ekron . . will visit her daughter, Mrs. Neal. GALLON said, with a hearty laugh: "That is p ra venience. grasping her father's hand InIt leaves the system as Brandenburg . 11 31am 558 iroublee, Pearl Brown, who has been and, Miss quired: "Aren't you going homo with Long Branch . 11 39 a tn 7 07 p tn pure and free from nicotine as the SO." r Constipation, Bad Blood staying at South Carrolton, returned us, papa?" V aMalarla, Rock Haven . II 47am 7 14 put day you took your first chew or Nervoua ailment The general lighted a fresh cigarThe prisoner's eyes filled with tears, to her home nearthis place last week. Willowdale . . 11 53 am 7 21 p in Women's complaint. ette and continued: Sold by all druggists, with smoke. and he tried to whisper something to 111 7 30 p m . . Howard . Vkra. ia 02 p For the finett and Moil Artiitie Work, Cat onlr lha gtnulna It liaa croaaad raa) the little one, but a big policeman "I met Grant a few day after that, llnca on lha wrapnar. All othaii ara iab. f West Point . . 12 05 pm 7 35 pm our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per m alltuttl On raealtit tif tmn ... nimu - i any lite or ttyle. Frcdcrica St. , Huem grasped him roughly by the arm and Ky. Street . ia 45 p 111 8 15 p m box, three boxes, (thirty days treatcourse of our talking, he and, lu the Daautllnl W.rla'a 4 r X".1 .,,ni1 '. hustled him away, flmS7 1 00 p tu 8 30 P in Ar. U. Louisville v.. , ..nv ,.,, WWW said to me; 'Do you remembet the ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon re- 3rd anil 4th w flROUVM TMFUiral rn "Don't do thatl Don't tako my faailTtunaa un a H C. Mordub, G. P A., T SEND SIX time years ago, when I came very ceipt of price. ther awuyl I want to kiss papal" cried yHSw'VViayajavJWAal family In Ohio county, Louisville, Ky- Eyery tho child, struggling to follow ths near breaking your neck?' I replied: STAMPS FORSAPLE OX, should send to Williams & Bell Hartbluecoat and his captive. I suppose you refer to the time you BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. ford, or to the drug store in your ?:r:.lr..,r;!Aflenti.75 She had her way, too, for that policeTaa a Mh Ri.la.ltf larilur took me out riding in '52, to show Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing own town aud get a bottle of man would have made himself the most If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Utll Dkk Wa.a,r, Wmbm ill la a LhM taf a laaillt U aaa Bliala. unpopular person In New York If he Stomach, Indigestion me your fast horse, and an accident Chemists, Company, Manufacturing WftaftM, tUM4 M ''I" Quinine. It will cost Headache, SourConstipation, call at had not pleased to allow the unhappy VIIIMI VHtiM ! ftftftft,. Yft Dyspepsia or 28 a6t. La Crosse, Wisconsin. threw us both out, and you fell on ftoftlft, ifta ftftiu, tki on Williams ft Bell Drug Store free samr,iFf II. Sriifti, ftuaht Olisaa. only 25 cts and is the tst thing to affectionate lla twonty-iiv- o little family And exchange was led from your head and shoulders.' aaa ahaarhl wl'aa. V aaalda farewells. tho child earth for children or anyone else who ple bottle of Poraroys Lirer-Cat- e HVm). it V ftaaara Maalla4iaa4aarthHalBf Baking powdr said Grant. Or, Price's Crtant al.kaa.aa nana. Cfcaaa. " 'That was the time,1 tho ugly placo wondering what It all nerer falls to cure. ean't take bitter QaUU. liM,varfaftir uiraaw.iraa conts. ntoant. Werld's Pair llljchet Award. tatntkM, O. I "Do youknow what I have thought W. P. IMIUtKO.I A W, Cto A Chnnoo to Mako Monoy. " Pawnor Gibson Roooivos a Rothwell. Visit From Lawyor ' In concise form arc given as to General Atkins. each the thirty odd principal coun- last number of the Reform Club's Sound Currency series is "The World's Currencies" by Richard P. t'nrraiitlr. Ohio County Direotory. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens- "Y-yes- I" "Y-ye- s, boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. JohnW. Black, Jaller-Hartf- otd. G.U Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fitnd Hnttford. C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, Jos. II Roberts. Fordsville. S. T ' Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. R. ishop, Centertown. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, nnd third Monday in May auu November ewo weeks. COUNTY COURT. John P. Motton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hattford. E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday iu January and Tuesday after the first Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fltzhugh, Surveyor Sul- Hon. W. T. Owenjudge and Children Scott's Emulsion i !" We I Xad ihem All' IN ff m n Ylglg Four points that makes successful business. !" No prices made low but that we make them lower. MARTIN & SMITH, QUAKER CITY Hua-.aWm tpsii. 1 Hon-M- .. POWDER I .... n-r'- . t,r A .. WINTER'S ENTERTAINMENT Weekly Jews real Value 4 ... I ? wran isqs t t f t t- ... ONE YEAR HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, 3ECEtrt;i;oraL, - ... Sec-tetar- cj.tlmJLm oist T fjh TrTi'T1? 1 y .suiirai m ,1, ,1 In Poor Health aco-Cu- ro -- f ... .... fUKM&! Browfls Baco-Cur- 3RMIFUGE2 Iron d , Bitters cnra-ban- , o It Cures CTheo.Cain, tiib L 1 r you Remember get the New York Tribune and The t" ,. TWO-CEN- hard-hearte- d both for one year, for one Republican "Pibti-llne"Tastle- ss dollar and I I NaW-a- .a - tf - -- V- jlnrtlial.il I ... ..J,, ""- - - jaSC's 't