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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895030101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kaesst - irTiVr i f liriXmm nia- 1- -- - -- ,.. Tiir. iHTi.uriHtNW iivffca op THE REPUBLICAN ARK VriRV KUA80NAM.lt AND CIRCUCATIDN IS VERY LARGE. The Haeteoed Republican. OrriCIAL 0R.AH 0F THE PARI? IN IRS HURTS CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, miwmmw. stand with Tho Ronubllcan. Pav un and onoyearln Advnnoo and w wm Bona you i no .Wookly Commorclal louibviii ono yoar iroo. suDSBriDoaionooi Will show how you HAVE YOU PAID THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK Every VOL. YD. 3EgLljg.3L. HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895. THE ORPHAN. DY JQUU llHNllY THOMAS. NO. 31. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL cr -- Ivory 6oap fi Acting on the advice of Horace Grcedly, I shook the dust oi Ilostou o(Tmy feet and went West to grow up with the , country. I located at St. Charles, on the left bank of the Missouri River, to win laurats as a Wee-ter- n lawyer. My board bill ran up and my bank account ran down till I began to think that life was too short for one to grow up with the li my law country, especially practice was a measure of the country's progress. If 1 was not especially conspicuous nt the Bar, I had the pleasure ol being a guest of the best amilie9 of the city. I had taken some trouble to get into the family oi Mrs Holmes, who was known as the matchmaker, not because I desired her offices in a substantial way, but because her parties were attended by the elite of the city, and one who had been a guest of Mrs. Holmes found a ready welcome into the best families oi the city. The, coveted opportunity came at last, I was within the frescoed walls of the matchmaker's spacious parlor. Mrs. Holmes and her two charming daughters were royal receivers, and I soon understood the very great influence they enjoyed in the social life of the city. My hostess, with her usual freedom in arranging a program for her guests, politely made me understand that I was expected to be especially attentive to Mollie Anderson, a bright versatile young lady and a great favorite with the Holmes. Ralph Costello, a brilliant young attorney, occupied an office adjoining mine, and our terras of intimacy were such that a door opening from my office into his had been for several weeks unlocked and by my special effort he had been induced to honor the occasion with his presence. In the midst of the evening's festivities a slight figure tripped lightly up the stairs, crossed the room and took her place at the piano. While she ran her fingers lightly over the keys each suggested his f.ivorite piece, but turning Iter eyes upon Costello waited. In n voice which disclosed his emotion, he said: "The queen of the Mt Floats ZP BEST FOR SHIRTS. thi mooTtn ciamols "Yes, in a state of gilded slavery," he replied and pissed out oi the office to avoid further interrogation. Ralph knew more of AIHe Ragou than he cared to express, and though he took little interest in social affairs; he seemed to be thoroughly conversant with the minutest details of the matchmaker's plans, and covlnced me of the fact by forecasting social events without nbsolute accuracy. "I am a sort of rare medium, you see," he would say, when his source of prophecy, but I, inclined to the belief, that AIHe Ragou was the medium. One morning a beardless lad not yet out of his teens attended my office, came into my office and introduced himself as Bernard Whately, with stealing a diamond charged broach from a Vine Street jeweler. We hastily prepared for trial, the wit- co. aim. wmmma Chtsapeake Ohio and Southwestern R. R. Tins BIS SI DCTWCCN ILIOTS LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM AND TO CINCINNATI -- J AND EVANSV1LLE Do net purchase a TlcVet NORTH, EAST. SOUTH OR WEST Until you o. I heouliil u o. & S. W. A tint of the R. R. IMtTKI) TRAINS, FVliMAH BUl'lItT 8Ll!KI'KRS, JIODKKN HQUirjIliNT ) )!I - ECHOLS, OCN T. . Mr II. LYNCH, Gtr. ACQ OT LOUItVIU. KT GROVES TASTELESS WARRANTED. PRICE 60ct8. OilATIi, IlU, NOT.lMm. rrHVfdleln.ro.,Bt.lou,Mo. mr I8JU0TA3COOD FOR ADULTS. NIC m (lentlernem Vm Kid tut year, MO bottlu Of OHOVBH TABTKLiaW CI I itl, TONIC end her. boutnl three groaa already thle yeaf. lnalloarei aerieuce or li year. In tb. draic bu.tneu. bit.n nIIm articlo that aoureeucE uolrereal truly, jour Tunic &C0, ABSBr,U loses." The music fell upon my ears liks a melody sung by Seraphs and borne on the twinkling rays of the distant stars, all were still and quiet, alike enraptured and becalmed. She touched the keys lightly, to soften their dying tones, and left the room as suddenly as she had came. Who she was or whence she came was alike to me a mystery. As she passed out of the room I viewed her with the closest scrutiny. Large, soft blue eyes lit up her matchless face, a faint smile played upon her mouth, which was small and full and gilded with a tinge of roses. Her hair was delicately coiled about her well formed head iu golden strands, as if freshly bathed in the dying rays of an autumn sunset. She had come and gone without addressing or being addressed and performed n service like a menial slave. "How did you like that music last night?" Ralph asked next morning, lorult ty Wllllnine A 1111, llnrtford dropping into my office before entering his, "Sublimity outdone," I answered. "And the musician, the sublimiest ol And he passed on to the sublime." I though I detected a lit', his office. tie jealousy in Ralph's flashing eyes obtained and all patent UvhU and when I expressed an uninvited opintuilnt.l conducted for IIODEIltTK WIS. My office U In the immediate vicinity of the Patent Owe., ion of the sweet singer of the previand my Eaclllllci lor aecurlnf patent. ir uniurpaucu ous evening. Send model, alelch or photograph of liiyentlon.wllh It was apparent from a to advantage, claimed rteicrlptlon and ttatement rJSo charge U iiinfur an oiiliifon at 10 her awaiting his choice and his readiimttntablUtth and my fe for prot.cutiiz the ness to express it, that Ralph had application frill not L calltd fur until tht Cuidi," con nalmt allowed. "iKvaKToae1 All met the lady before, and I determinroumual. telnlnu full InlbrmatloB tent free callous CostUtrtd t Dtrldlf CoaOdenllal, ed to ask him about her. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH "Say Ralph, rvasn't it a bit strange 930 V Street, WAJSHISUTOX, l. C the conduct of that young lady, half U.N. Caraon angel and half servant, who played J, 1 Careon, & Son, that delightful music last night?" I L. Trade-Matt- a J, Carson asked, Careful Estimates made on all pentering and Building Terms sonable. 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P NOTHING BUT PILES.; r nnd CERTAIN CURE Lnnun for in vnarsnatho I BEST REMEDY for PILEO. sor.n iiy 41.l1 jmiiocisTti, hnirilcyUCnilSSCH I "I can't see where you make a division of character?" "She was half angel," I answered, "by her heavenly appearanceand half servant by her rendering to entertain And I without being recognized. should conclude from the preference she gave you last night that you had met her before." He showedjio anxiety to disclose his acquaintance with the girl and I asked directly, "Who is she, nnd where have you met her?" "She is a neice of Mrs. Holmes and llres with Tier I (believe, and I have never met her except by accident." "Why has she not a place in Mrs. Holmes' parlor?" I asked, drawing heavily upon his knowledge of the young lady, in whom by the way,. I becoming keenly interested. "AIHe is the only child of Lester Ragou, who died some four years ago this in a Colorado almshouse, and I sup- I began to fear that I should be held pose," he continued.'thatthe haugb' responsible for the unwarranted Invaty matchmaker," expressing his con- sion of one of the best houses in the tempt for Mrs. Holmes, "fears that city. AIHe was readily assisting the her brother's misfortune might bet officer to examine the most bidden come public by bringing AIHe out," recesses of the r6om when she picked "But that rapturous rendering of up a small jewel casket she bad carthe 'Requiem or the roses' illfltted ried the day that the theft was committed'. She opened it quickly, but one brought up with a hovel?" "Rpgon was a mine speculator and let it fall to the floor; the missing had seen better days; All lie had been Jewel was there. Mrs. Holmes, who instructed by some oi the beat mas- had been a quiet witness of the proceedings, in a cold ters in Uurope," "And she lives with Mro. Holmes?" deplored the misfortune, and advised matter-of-fact-wa- the trembling girl to make a confession of the whole matter, "But, Aunt Amelia, I have. nothing to confess, I never put it there," and she sank upon a soft and wept bitterly. I returned with the officer1 to the jeweler's, who readily Identified his missing property, I entreated the irate jeweler to keep the matter quiet expressing my belief in Miss Ragon's Innocence, notwithstanding the criminating evidence, and promising to spare no effort to clear up the matter and bring the guilty party to justice. Despite ray efforts to keep the matter quiet it got into the evening papers nnd I got quite and airy advertising. Ralph rushed into my office ,with the Evening Express in one Hand and wildly gesticulating with the other, " ' j; exclaimed: "McLean, you perfidlousscoundrel, nesses were few and in easy reach, and the case was called in the after- you poorly deserve the petty praise noon. It developed at the trial that you are given by this dirty sheet," Mrs. Holmes, her neice and Whately pitching the Evening Express on my desk, "for surrenwhere the only person present, while the tray containing the jewel was ex- dering your dignity as lawyer and posed and the suspicion naturally playing the role oi the sneak detece poor widow's boy. Mrs. tive." rested "I have exposed the guilty to save Holmes created quite a sensation by testiiylng that when she last saw the the innocent," I answered, essaying missing broach AIHe was standing to reason with my irate friend. "You have exposed your very low upon one side of the tray and WhateThe apparent standard of personal honor by your ly upon the other. eagerness with which she implicated breach ol confidence and your humiliher neice bore evidence ot being in- ation of n defenseless girl," he extentional. Notwithstanding the im- claimed angrily and advanced toward perfect evidence against him, the boy me. I rose from my chair and smarting underhis stinging tirade, hastened I relatwas given a term in prison. ed the case, in detail to Costello, and to asure him that his definite knowlexpressed my opinion in favor of edge of the whereabouts of the stolen jewel and his indignation at its reWhately's protest of guilt. "The jewel could be found under covery would be summarily rewarded the Holmes roof," he said, witli the with his arrest as an accomplice of dignity one given to know hidden the thelt. The presence of a police officer cut short our stormy in.teview things, "Under which particular part of and Ralph passed into his own office and locked our partition door secureit?" ly. The door was provided with a "In Allie's apartment," he replied, lock for each side and fished out my I expressed his unwillingness to and rusty key and seemed my lock be further interrogated. also. I had not the slightest idea that I was at a loss tonccountfor Ralph's Ralph was in any way connected willingness to implicate his adornable with the theft and had only taunted queen, as lie has onced addressed her him with it to avenge his indignities. in a letter that inadvertly fell under (Continued next week.) my gaze, in such a shameful crime, especially since he spoke of the mat- -' Jlnre you nlteiilrl loyourdiitleaby ter carelessly.as if it was ot little con- paying jour altar rlpllon? m A few mornings sequence anyway. Appropriation. later, Jerome Sherley, general managWhatever else the Legislature may er of the Missouri River transporta- do or leave undone itwill violate gention Company, came into my office to eral and individual pledges and justinquire if anything could be done to ly Incur public censure if it is careless ssve Bernard Whately from serving a and extravagant in voting away he term in prison for a crime ot which money of the people. Already bills he believed the boy innocent. have been introduced by Senators "Hcisabood honest boy," said appropriating more than $2,300,000, Mr. Sherley, "and lias been iu our and the sum called for Assemblymen employe a couple of years, and I nev- exceed 53,800,000, The motive which er saw anything crooked about him. commonly lead members of the LegIn fact we have trusted him in mat- islature to propose such draft upon ters in sum greater than the value of the State treasury is perfectlp intellia whole tray of old Roby's jewelry, gible and not altogether discreditawas involved and he has never misap- ble, Every communitydesires to see propriated a cent, and besides he is its special interests promoted, and is the sole support of his widowed moth- likely to reason that, if public help er nnd two smaller sister, and it will is to be distributed, it is entitled to break the old thing's heart to see him present its claim. So that the reprego to prison." sentative who applies for an approI quickly reflected on the practical priation generally understands md use I might make of Costello's reflects a local sentiment which restatesmentof the whereabouts quires him to take precautions against "getting left," and the list of bills of the missing broach. "I could possibly exonorate the lad which at this stage In every session Mr. Sherley, but I should have to suggests bankruptcy exhibits in deimplicate parties whose enmity I am tail in aspiration of towns and cities loth to incur, and it would be an ex- as well as the longing of Individuals ceedingly unpleasant task," for "good things, " But when the "Would a fee," naming a aggregate of these demands Is studfee larger than I had ever received ied by conscientious legislators who for any legal service, "make it pleas- have merely followed, the general ant work?" he asked eagerly. practice of preferring claims, they I had never received so large a fee have to acknowledge that the painful nor had such a distinguished client, process of cutting down is indispenbut the humiliation of AIHe and a so- sable. cial boycot by Mrs. Holmes were not It is especially essential this year calculated to enhance my earthly hap- for two reasons. In the first place, piness. I asked for time to consider Democratic rapacity and misgovern-men- t Inviting Mr. Sherley to the matter. have imposed burdens which call next morning. I had implicit configall even this rich Commonwealth, dence in Ralph's knowledge of the and retrencement Is dictated by conmissing broach, but I dieaded an exsiderations of prudence. In the secposure, but' what ill could come of ex- ond place, the kind of administraposing the guilty to save the 'inno tion of their a flairs which the voters cent? and it was in my power to open ordered last November cannot be inprison Joors to a widow's innocent stalled unler-- s the Idea of simple and boy and I resolved to do it. The next robust fidelity to duty is the controlmorning I hastily secured a process ling idea of those on whom responsifor searching Mis. Holmes' house,an bility has for the time being been deI accompanied the officer with hope volved. A desire to render the State oi getting at the bottom ot the myssuch a service is utterly inconsistent terious affair. We went directly to Al with a willingness to perpetuate jobs lie's room. Tiie officer, addressing because' they arc lucrative and the AIHe said: profits can now be gathered by Republican hands. Sinecures and the "Miss Ragon I regret the necessity which compels me to search your free and easy disbursement of public apartments for the missing property funds . are not merely tt pecuniary from Mr Roby's jewelry store some load which it is a shame to make the people carry, but demoralizing and time ago." "I readily grant you the fullest pervasively mischievous. Prom that freedom iu searching my scanty be- sort of infection it was determined in longings," she replied cheerfully, November to purify the body politic. It will be a gross betrayal of faith if and proceeded to facilitate the offi work. Unless she lsthe strong- those to whom the task was commitcer's est character this side the Atlantic, ted refuse to apply the specific remeN. Y. TribRalph's spirits have played him false dy at their command. une. time, I whispered to myself, and on-th- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Baking RoYal Powder LAWYER, Absolutely pure AHEAD. w CARD. aE, IWZZZzjtl OWENS DOR O, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given tu collections. Offic, Bank of Commerce Building. H. , j Jnn, Olenn, J.N.It. Wctlillna;, LAURA CAME OUT But ShoHad toRosort to an Awiully Moan Triok to Dolt. "I came to see you the minute I got back to town," cried the girl with the yellow hair, "and you must tell me all about the wedding this very -- minute." "I well but wait. I think I see the paper carrier coming up the street, and there wilt be something in that sheet which will decide a very importance matter concerning it. Excuse me while I run down to meet the boy, will you?" replied the girl with the angelic smile "What is it? Do tell me!" cried the other girl as she reappeared, breathless and triumphant. "Is it your fiance's degree or his rich uncle's last will and testament?" "Don't be flippant if you can help it, my dear. Pshaw, where is the list of marriage licenses issued? They change it every dayl You see Laura y our government is, and has been ever ' since the resumption of specie pay- -' ments, to keep all our dollars gold, silver and paper equal in purchas ing power to each other. But while the million in a gold dollar is worth just as much as the coin itself, the bullion in the silver dollar is worth only about half as much. How can they, then, be kept at n parity in purchasing power? Nobody is foolish enough to pay out a dollar's worth of gold for fifty cents the actual value of the silver in the silver dollar; so the only way to have them pass as of equal value is to arrange it so that a man can get a gold dollar for his silver dollar pt the Treasury. You can lake silver dollars to the Treasury, and get them exchanged for either greenbacks or Treasury notes of 1890. Then you cau'present the latter and get the gold for them. Nobody is willing to let a silver dollar go for less than a gold one, when by two exchanges he can get the latter for it from the government. But Mexico has thesilver standard, while we have had the gold standard since 1873, and really since 1854, There is no way in which the holder of the Mexican dollar can get a gold one for it at the treasury of the country. So the Mexican dollar goes for just what the silver in it is worth. Now, in the light of this illustration, what would be the result if the government were to insist upou redeeming the greensbacks and Treasury notes of 1890 in silver dollars, and should refuse to redeem them in gold? First; the holders of silver dollars could not get gold dollars for them any longer. Therefore the silver dollar would drop in purchasing power to a level a little below that of the Mexican dollar. It would be worth just about half what it is worth now. Second.the silver certificates,which-ar- e simply certificates of deposit, stating this on their face, would drop iu purchasing power to the level of the LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oyrr Andenon'i llaaaar.) GLENN & WEDDING. 1 Will practice their profession in alt tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. araaaa.es -- Aw. Sroltla.. AW JTTOMY JT IIARTFonn, KT. Wih practice his profession in Ohi and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention civen to o .if.-- .. Office cast side of publie uiecuons. square M. L. , Hbavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Tayiok. & TAYLOR, attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. i "O, it's about Laura it is? She is to be married soon likewise, I hear," "She is; this evening. To tell the truth, that is why I put my wedding off I bad intended it to take place two weeks earlier, but just as I was ready to send the invitation form to the engraver an awful thought struck me I would have to give my age in order for Wilfred to get the license." " "O, well everybody has to "I know. But I know that Laura also was to be married, and the horrid thing has always pretended to be younger than I. The very idealWhy she was a regular young lady when I was a little girl at school. My moth" er says " "Yes, yes; but tell me "I will. I knew that if I gave my age she would give hers two years younger, where everybody would see it, just to spite me. Now, I was not going to let Laura Snapemup get dollar they represent. ahead of me, So I just discovered that Third, the greensbacks and Treasa distant relative had died, and put ury notes of 1890 would do the same ray wedding off until a week after thing; for you could only get them hers." "And now you will give your age as two years younger than she did eh? You are a very clever girl." "Thanks. Where is that list, I must see, O here it is!" "Do tell'me, I am fairly dying to know." "O, " my goodness, did you ever hear of such a deceitful trick? Tha t girl would simply stop at nothing?" "Don't keep me in suspense. Has she had a fit of remorse and told the truth?" "Part of it here, it is, "Willis Tooker.Laura Snapemup legal age," And to think th2 I have lost three nights rest in planning, put off my Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaveh Dam, K.D.OUFFT, Q-iaf3- Kt. B.D.KIN.9 r attorneys ss Klaatsro, aravrtford, Kemtuclcy. Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and.all legal business attend-e- d to. Offico 329 E. Market St, t aw, H. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. if redeemed in silver dollars, they would have no more buying power than the latter. Fourth, the national bank notes would share this depreciation; for as silver dollars nre a legal tender, the banks would redeem them only in the latter, dollar for dollar. In other words, we would drop to the silver standard, and be where Mexican is now. What would be the effect of this? First, it would cut in two the real value of every dollar to the hands of the people, silver or paper, excepting gold alone. That would go to a premium. Every man with a dollar in pocket would be robbed of half its wedding two weeks, made Dick Jol- his worth. And this means much more ly mad, and let her have the glory unthinking reader may imto being married first just to find on than the agine. It would mean the cutting in that Laura Snapemup is of legal age! half of the value of every dollar deChiO, I am mad enough to die!" posit in a saving bank. Every dolcago Tribune. lar so deposited had them, and has power of a gold now, Thobost insuranoo policy dollar,the purchasing state of things Under the against business failure la an herein described, it would have just ofl'ootlvo Advortisomont. about half that value. IteOeriiiitig; dreeuuueka In Silver. It would (mean the cutting in half There is a loud cry going up from ot every pension now received by a the Populists, and echoed by many tt,nf tUaaaabHt veteran, his widow and children mt.A n..f.t 4a 1An. lttt would cut in half the value of way tu BLujj tu uiuiu uigum ttuiu "UHtv every life insurance policy, or fire Ins Is to redeem the greenbacks Treasury surance policy. and Treasury notes of 1890 in silver It would double the nominal price dollars. of everything. Some short sighted Now let us reason together a little people think this would be to their over this. And first let us say,by advantage, but it would not. The way of clearing the ground, that the actual value would remain the same, United States has the legal right to but it would take twice as many doldo it; the law allows this to be done. lars to buy it. They would get twice But, as St. Paul says.there are things as many dollars as now if they sold which "are lawful, but not expedient it, but those trvo dollars would have this Is one of them." only the purchasing power which Let us not theorize about this mat. one dollar has at present. ter.but begin with an undoubted fact, There is not a statement in the which will serve to Illustrate what above which can be controverted or we should adopt would happen if successfully answered. If the people this "lawful but inexpedient"polioy, would only set themselves to underEverybody knows that the Mexican stand the money question, it would dollar Is a little heavier than our own speedily be settled. It is only Jgnor-anc- e standard dollar. It has a little more of the truth which allows it to silver in it. Then it ought to buy a be agitated. Toledo Blade. little more than our dollar, should it not? Hate you paid joiiraubacrlptlou? But It dosen't. In the the towns The Daily Capital., published at along the Rio Grande, both on the Mexican side and the United States Frankfort, has grown to be a most side, these two dollars circulate. Sup- - valuable newspaper to the people of nose you go into a store in one of Kentucky. It publishes every day these towns either in Mexico or much reliable and Interesting inforWlijr not 1I0 ao at once pnjr your over here and purchase something mation concerning State affairs that anbacrlpllou. of which the price is a Mexican dol can not be found in any other paper, We arc adding new type and print lar. You hand the storekeeper a such as abstracts of all the Court of ing material to our stock every week Unites silver dollar. He drops it in- Appeals decision next day after deand are now better prepared than ever to the cash darwer, and throws out a livery, rulings of the various Departments on all questions affection Counto do the very best lob Work at the Mexican dollar in change. ty and City officers and their fees, That is to say, though the Amerivery lowest prices. Call on us for rights, etc., and political and official prices and you will be sure to leave can dollar has not quite as much silan order for your work. We wjll ver in it as the Mexican dollar, it is gossip that is always readable, Tht. make a specialty ol Horse and Jack worth jnst twice as much in purchas- subscription price is only five dollars per year. Send for sample copies, Bills, and have card 'board mwte es- ing power, I Address Capital Printing Co., Frank- pecially for that purpose, and will What is the reason? It Is because the declared policy of fort, Ky. put them up nt lowest possible prices. mm at W. H. EAR1MK uwi al Hartford, Ky. counties ana Court of Appeals. Speo-lattention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. practice WILL courts of his profeseioa in all Ohio and ndjoininf attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Wjll practice his profession In to courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to ail business entrusted to him. Office in Repux-lic- an Building. Jo. B. ROGERS, m "".''? r"," ,,..rriLPtt DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. . Is prepared to do any and all kUds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams Jr. Bell's Drug Store. li- - i- - max ii BHidibMIb DENTIST. Is prepared to dc all kinds Dental work at reasonable priota. Offico over J. W. Ford at C-- 's Feed Store, SJV. 3D. Hartford, Kentucky, HaTOrOBL., G.uUr and Builder Will draw drafts from a nice, cozy cottago up to a flue tno staar bouse. Will draw plans ire it charge. Will make careful eitiMarO on all kinds of buildings, and reMoV ! Motto "Lire al old houses. let live." ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Bol4 outright, no mqL no MTtlty AtUpt-Ujair,VllWtr(uiilrr toma&oo,.foran4orac. Gnrtilotttf.v nii UmI MlUt co futa. lone Affiili malm tVoni 3 lo M per tb4 ! faiaJI Qd la .ri4aM dmoU Dahbon. AiaiutrumaU,paUtiarU(of 4aiTbr,(Bj'iUUnc. Upinftft,tJr m whan tl.lpi'! Ota t po op Lr uv tvptlfUti. a KwJ-Jlot- ai d. '" Dinr out 01 urdfr, ro ) Mfejfcr?.'" '".''j. . i . iWHBBSMm.1 '& . ai f iifcrTfi. til? 1 1 ii,,7?! j . j i g.g-- '"jffsr! v"'"3f a"JM atttl . m&atimmmiii LOOK! THE CASH STORE Has an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Good, Ladies Dress Goods, Spring Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen. 3MHiwIJr LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING For Men, Boys and Children, also a nice line tucky. and Men, cheaper than they can be sold any whore else in KenThe ladies are requested to call and examine our line of fine carpeting. Cheaper than tho cheapest. While atprices. tending Court visit the Mammoth Cash Store. Everything bought at hard-tim- e of Hats for Boys JJUi rUBIJSnED EVERY FRIDAY NAM A. J. B. FOSTER, MORNINO Proprietor. of a serio-comi- Hartford Republican jo. ASIIMSltt. ii. ito;i:itH .Proprietor. Editor; Friday, March i, 1895. STATE SENATOR. Wk arc authorized to announce Dr. A. D.James, Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate for State Senator in the Sth Senatorial District, subject to the action of the The State Assembly of tho Knights of Labor is in session at Louisville, Republican party. Text of Procter Knott Famous Fl. naiielal Letter. Following is the letter of this week. J. Proctor Knott to Senator Blackburn, about which so much has been Ik a fight Monday evening at said recently: Council Bluff, la., between the bank "I don't know when my Democrarobbers and the police several officers cy has been more completely outragTwo of and citizens were wounded. ed than by the last insolent demand tho robbers were wounded and capof the goldites, that the government tured. shall issue ?5oo,ooo,ooo,in gold bonds and retire the treasury note circulaTun House refused to pass the ap tion with the proceeds. They don't propriation bill to pay the 8425,000 want to leave us even a hereafter. award to Great Britian arising out You know, as everybody else must of Faris arbitration tribunal for the who has half as much sense as a suck-li- n seizure of the twenty Canadian ves- g guinea pig, that when ever this sets by the United States before the governtneut agrees to pay that modus vivendi of 1892. amount or a tithe of it iu gold, silver is doomed, so far as we are concerned mass meeting with the h to all eternity. As old Judge Commercial Club will bo one of the said to Johnny Moore, we had most important gatherings the people just as well say 'Good bye, World,' of Hartford have ever had the priviand Howd'ye Hell.' lege of attending. Everybody should "Great God.how rapidly this turn out Let the ladies especially people are being driven to attend. the dreadful alternative ot slavery or internal strife, to determine whether A young man at Lexington Tuesthey will tamely hold out their hands day night was drinking with his Ilnte joti paid yoiirnubtcrlplloii? anil have the shackless of a remorsefriends in a saloon and there he made The Leading Republican Paper. less plutocracyriveted on their wrists a wager that be could drink more The Covington Post has the folor fight. whisky than anyone else in the lowing to say: "It is refreshing to "Now.mark what Isay.if the inexHe drank fifty drinks aud note that the Somerset Paragon and crowd. orable law of cause land effect has fell dead from heart failure. No the Hartford Rci'unucAN.two of the not been expunged from the statute brightest Republican newspapers iu room for saloons in Harttord. book ol the Almighty, unless a that Kentucky.are disposed to break away is made P. D. Q , you may expect The Democratic papers, which lost from the idea that the Republicans to sec the horrors of revolution put week, spoke of Ramsey, tho default-in- g have but one leader in the State who on the American stage with all th e Democratic Treasurer of Illinois can poll the party strength. The modern improvements, and within idea is dying out in Kenas a Republican, have so far failed to the next decade. I remember I w&s apologize to their readers for their tucky. So long as the people and suspected "by some of my friends of glaring mistake or intentional false- political patties are taught that they political lunacy in i860 because I hood, whichever it may have been have but one leader fit for service, predictedin the event of Mr.Lincolu's tint long will the State remain in election there would be a war beBut they don't propose to apolgize. the rear of the procession. tween the States. They could not The latest from Lexington is to sec why it ought to be so. Neither Jloir to Ntop n I'aper. You have a right to stop your paper could I, but I knew the causes which the effect that a bloody fight was were at work, and which in the long narrowly averted Saturday night at upon the payment of arrearages. Democrats. a cocking main held near the city. Don't you hesitate on account of tenThe nomination of a candidate for run produced that result, and I reSeveral prominent professional men derness for an editor, He would quit Governor will be a small affair be- garded his election simply as a spark aud at least one city official were pres- buying where he thought he was not side their platform of principles, which would explode the mine. So ent. When these blueblooded ducks getting bis money's woith, and why They may sacrifice their choice for when the fiery cloud appeared in debegin to quarrel and fight over a should you not exercise the same Governor, but a principle never. The less than one short year which privilege? When you discontinue a fight for the nomination will be tame. luged the country in blood for nearly miserable little chicken fight it's cerpaper, do so manfully. Don't spite-lull- y The fight for a platform will be suffi- a lustrum, some ol those who had place. tainly time to rub Lexington off the throw it back to the postmaster ciently enlivening. "Honest" Watt thought me a croaker, a mere dyspepThe happiest man In Caney vllle y map. with a contemptuous "I don't want Hardin, tor instance, will be perfectly tic pessimist, began to regard me, is our postmaster, fill Harned. By the woeful mismanagement of it," and have it returned to the edi- willing to run on a free silver plat- as Byron Jeffreys says, as a 'd dis Eli professed religion at the revival meeting and the joy expressed on his this Democratic Administration tho tor with "refused" written on the form or on a solid gold basis; or he cerning fellow" "I tell you, senator, in all serious face will convince anyone that Government lost in the recent bond margin. No gentleman ever stop- will run on a platform with National ped a paper that way, no matter if issues entirely eliminated, and State ness, I see far more reason to apprehe is the genuine article without any issue 88,418,757. Tho face of the the speedy approach of a terriable adulteration whatever. issue was 802,315,000, for which tho his head was covered with gray hair. issues and the money of State issues hend revolution in this country than Lord TJie Ice crop here was remarkably Government obtained 805,112,943 If you no longer wish to recieve a also, for that matter, eliminated too. Chesterfield saw in France when he In a few hours tho bonds had been newspaper, write a letter to the ed- Granger Clay will do the same, only wrote his historic ptediction from fine. Mr. Geo. Y. Crawford put up itor like a man saying so, and be sure he will piefer that a money of State almost one hundred tons for the simsold by the syndicate and the former that all arrearages are paid. Ex. issues and the State's concerns in the Paris. Nor am I alone. That gen- mer trade, beside a number ol other amount bad been cleared by the mon iii tlemen, Mr. Astor, who went to Eng- ice houses were filled by private indiHave ou intended to yourdnfles by past be kept to the front. ey sharks of Wall Street. Instead of paying your mucriptlouT land some time ago, bought him a viduals. Catlisle thinks the cuckoos If Mr. m receiving tho 805,112,943 alono the place on the island and became a The 1.1 rod line. are in the the ascendancy in Kentuc Corn Is selling here at 60 cents a Government should have obtained The Louisville Post says: The case ky he will find his mistake when that British subject, saw what is coming bushel and meal at 70 cents. Tho 88,418,757 com. of the Commonwealth against Wal873,531,700., as plainly as I do, so he took time by convention meets. The "good bye I had a peculiar dream a few nights pounded as a sinking fund at 4 per ter F.lrcd for waking and circulation the forelock and skipped out when earth and howdy do hell" element is since which I would like some ot the cent, for thirty years would ho obscene pictures was again continued strongly in the land ot the blue grass there wasn't such a rush for stateor nearly half the original in the Crininal division this morn- and he should not let that escape his rooms as there will be after a while. wise readers ot Tub Rkpudmcan to He knew very well that if things interpret for me. I thought I was loan. Tho transaction was enough to ing. The continuance was granted on memory. When the old antagonist heaven and instead of the regulabring tho blush of shame to the cheek the testimony of Elrod.s physician, of Pennsylvania Aveuue,)the prognos- should keep on as you and I have in seen them lor some years past the tion jasper walls, crowns, &c, it of every patriotic American, Dr. W. D. Daugherty, He said that tication of the glory and grandeur of seemed like a great level plain where his patient was very ill, his lever g Dulutb, meets in the arena every time wasn't far oft" when there would all the buildings were large white be such a crowd of his class of peoI. Vanarsdell, considerably above 100 degrees form of gold and gold bonds,the gildstructures, and all the people were ple liurrylngaboard of of Harrodsburg, who murdered Dr. this morning. ed advocates of Wall Street can furnsteamer he might be shoved off the dressed a like in light gray suits, and Harrod of the same city a few months The physician said by way of ex- ish, there will be such a scene as is seemed to be happy in a ceaseless ago, was last week acquitted. The planation that it might be inferred only equalled amid the wild revelries stage plank. round of Industry of one kind or othgood friend Mr. Sibley sent of a man so unmistakably that he only said Elrod was ill in of these for whom the Our acquittal of er. All were busily employed and I guilty is an insult to tho State and its order to get a continuance, and that gold is prescribed. And there will be meaco'ppcf his magnificent speech wondered what I would do, when the against the Carlisle abortion the othhe was sorroy it devolved upon him law abiding people. A Lexington Joe Blackburn, too, who would rather Master appeared wearlug a long flowday. I was sick in bed when it as the defendant's physician to testi- be U. S. Senator than to be dispatch says: right. er ing robe of white, which changed at "Tho news of the verdict of tho fy to his Illness, which could cause He will only play second fiddle to old came, lonesome and low spirited, my times to gray, and pointing to some Harrodsburg jury acquitting John I. but another continuance. "howdy do hell," but he will make wifein Louisville under treatment for sheep told me to take charge of them Vanarsdell tho slayer of Dr. Harrod, To this Judge Jackson said he a good hand at that. Seriously, Mr. her throat trouble,andnotaGodblesscd be my constant employwas received in Lexington with genknew the physician too well for him Knott, I think, will make himself friend near me to cheer me up. I read and it should to eral indignatiou, and the jury is to swear to anything it over in some places two or three ment to attend them and take care but the truth. felt in that convention. The fact roundly condemned. There were ts the flock Dr. Harrod Prosecuting Attorney my old blood of them. Parsons is conthat he is a tree silver man, I don't times and it stirred was raised here and his widow and all and daring my care of them, two her family reside in Fayetto county. siderably wrought up over the many think was generally known among like the call of the trumpet stirs that died which left me with only 13, but e or perhaps you will continuances, and says if Elrod is his friends here in Lebanon, where he of the The public denounce the verdict as a had an increase of several lambs, travesty of justice, aud beiievo that not ready for trial next time he would for so many yeata1 made bis home, understand me better when I say it I when the Master came again, he the effect of the acquittal ot Vanars suggest that he be fined. The case acted on me like good wine King and and which, I believe, be still claims was well pleased and told me the indell will do moro injury to tho Htato was continued until March 38. as his home. His superior talent and Solomon's favorite prescription to crease was as good as those that died. than anything that has occurred great ability will command for him those that have heavy hearts. As the Afterwards the wool on my sheep beAertou 1'eople tho War. Dr. Harrod was born siuco And those who nrcall tired out and consideration very vexatious to the average United States Senator is not gan to grow until it was several times north of tho Masou and Dixou line, aud tho pcoplo in this section of tho have that tiled feeling or sick head- cuckoos. . He knows them all and presumed to be familiar with the longer and finer than anything I had eminent nuthor, see Blu egress want the people of the ache can be relieved of all these sympknows how they formerly stood on writings of that ever seen. I thought It was my duty North to know (hat they join with toms by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the silver question when thy were Prov. xxx., ver. 7. Sibley and free to take the fl eece off and grasping it them In condemning this prostitution which gives nerve, mental and bodi-l- y their own men and dared vote their silver, forever." In my hands I commenced to pull of justice. There Is intense excitement strength and thoroughly purifies own sentiments. His appearance in when the whole fleece slipped off, I Jicro over tho unexpected verdict." Itubuer Ntamp, the blood. It also creates a good ap- that convention will be very embarJf you want a Rubber Stamp from a had taken two off and throwing one petite, cutes indigestion, heartburn rassing to many of the cuckoos. A DiirATCii from Washington single name up to a large size busi- on top of the other I was surprised to and dyspepsia. In Monday's Louisville Republicans will await their action ness Stamp, call on or write to Galen see that they just fitted exactly; at contains Homo interesting are easy to fake, easy with that Interest which always aN C. Westerfield Manufacturer pi Rub- - this moment the Masteragaln appear Hood's Pills ed and commended me for what I had s taches to a Trading relative to the discrlmlna in action and sure in effect. 35c, entertainment ber Stamps,Hartford, Ky. ex-Go- v. 25,-19- 7 For-blslong-sufferitwo-thirfirst-class one-ma- n alt-thy mm be-inevery-outgoinwar-horspub-lifhc- d first-clas- tions by the present Administration between tho veterans of the Mexican war and tboso of the La to War. We clip tho following from the dispatch: "Tho smaller portion of those who are drawing pensions for the Mexican war wcro never near Mexico, and Some of never smelt burnt powder. them enlisted for two months, and never went outsido tho lines of their own States. With the economists of the Democratic Administration holding back, appropriations for a needed public buildings, and with the Pension Bureau officials scaling down pensions for the soldiers of the late war, it seems rather peculiar that a bill increasing the Mexican pension roll by hundreds of thousands of dollars should be passed. The secret liesintho fact that nearly all the beneficiaries of the proposed increase are located in the Southern States. "Tho Commissioner of Pensions, who has suspended so many deserving Union soldiers, has never yet suspended a Mexican pensioner. Yet it would seem that the Mexican pension roll should be restricted, rather than extended. On the Mexican pension roll there are the names of 15,215 survivors aud 7,282 widows and something over 3,000 coses wcro pending This makes a total at last reports. ot or several thousand more men than the United States bad in Mexico at any one time during the war. These all receive cither $8 or 812 a month." Such a state of case is unworthy of this great country, but the Democracy's enmity to theold soldierof the late war is such that nothing that party might do against them could scarcely be called surprising. ADMINISTRATION. Tho Lobanon Man Gives His Opinion ol Same. Lebanon, Ky., Feb. 25, 1895. Surely any careful student ot histo ry, who is not a Democrat by inheri tance, can well see that the Democratic patty from the time it developed slowly into existence, as an opposition to the Washington Administration, until now, has been a standing menace not only to the welfare of the Government, but to its existence. Rule or ruin has ever been the main spring of its being. Holding to the name of Democracy it changed its principles, when it saw fit to espouse any, even, as the winds change. For merly oue generation of Democrats could recognize no familiar principle espoused by the generation which had preceded them. Now, the principles advocated by the Democratic patty change with each succeeding four years, and it has come now to be a nice question among themsclve as to what is Democracy? None of the Democratic papers in Louisville agree. The whole Democratic press ol the State aud Democratic politicians are busying themselves in reading each other out of the party. If there Is anything in signs, and all signs don't fail, there is going to be the prettiest kettle offish hanging on the crane, ready to be served, at the great family reunion on the 25th of June next, that ever won praise for any cook. Ob, my countryman! What a day that will be. Will they endorse Cleveland's Administration? Kentucky DemoWill they de crats, never straddle. clare lor free and unlimited coinage of silver? Eighty per cent, of the Democrats of the State are for it. What will they do? We will see. Carlisle, when in the Senate, voted for free silNow he is a gold bug. ver. Our own Montgomery voted for free silver and promised his constituents in Ohio county, and elsewhere in the District, to advocate free and unlimited Now he is a gold bug and coinage. upholds the hands of Cleveland and Carlisle in their bunco game with the gold sharks of Wall Street; that holy horror of all good Anarchistic c character. The Republican party is a sound money party, its declaration on the subject, that will make a cat fight ol the Democratic party, is as well known now as it will be when made. Its nomination lor Governor Bradley will be nomiis as certain. nated for Governor and will be elected; and in the event we control the Legislature, John W. Lewis will be the next U. S. Senator and thus will we finally dipose of "Honest" Watt C. J. aud Joe Blackburn both. kill-ken- CANEYVILLE Is Reforming and Will Soon bo a Modol Sown. Cauey vllle as it is is altogether different from what it was a short time ago. Then profanity and whisky was the order of the day, now you would scarcely hear a "cuss word" during the run of a day, and as for whisky there is so little of that used tliat I am afraid the poor saloon keeper will be compelled to go to work. This change has been brought about by the great revival meeting conducted by the Rev. J. W. Lyttlc, which closed last Tuesday night, at which 60 souls professed religion and completely revolutionized Cancyville for all time. The charming weather of the past week has renewed hope in the hearts of everyone and our business men are feeling its eQect in the greater activity ol trade. The new Roller Mills, under the Management of Messrs. Shtewsberry St Byers, have been completed and is now turning out flour of as good quality as can be produced in Kentucky. There has been more live stock shipped from this point during the past two months than ever has been in the corresponding months ol any year in the history of Cancyville. The cause ol this lies in the fact that of the farmers in this section diJ not raise enough feed to carry them through this winter and the consequence was that they were compelled to sell at any price, in preference to seeing them starve to death. There is a gang ol thieves plying their vocation around here, that is a disgrace to any community, and it is wonderful that the officers ol the law do not make an effort to bring them to justice, but so tar no such an effort has been made on their part, and I am afraid that Judge Lynch will have to be called upon before the thing is stopped. A few nights ago the sa loon building owned by Dan Owsley was broke into and about $50 worth of whisky, tobacco and canned goods taken. There are plenty ol clews to the thieves, but it seems everyone is passive, and so they escape. Then early Sunday morning a house belonging to Esq. Charles McDaniel, e in which household goods ol Lafe House were stored, was fired by the incendary's torch and everything he had in the world was cither stolen or consumed in the blaze. The house was about a mile from Caney vllle and was known as the old Ben Morris mm O vl'h It Will Your sys notily you when to stop and your desire lor tobacco will cense. tem will be as free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chew written guaratec to absolutely cuic the tobacco or smoke. An iron-claPrice $1.00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all its forms, or money telunded. For sale by all druggist (30 days treatment and guaranteed cute,) for f 2 50 SEND SIX TWO CENT or will be sent by mall upon receipt of price. HACO-CUKd DON'T STOP TOBACCO IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY and don't be .mposed upon by buying a temedy that requ iicsjou to do so; as it is nothing more than a substitute. In thesud- den stoppage of tobacco you must have some stimulant onu in most an cases, tuc cliect of the stimulant, be it opium, uiotphinc or other opiates, leaves a far worse habit cons Ask jour druggist traded. about BACO-CURIt is purely vegetable. You do not have to stop using tobac- - I I Eureka Chemical & M'l'g Co , La Cross, Wis. Office ot THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY, C. W Hornick, Supt St. Paul, Minn., Sept 7, 1894. Eureka Chemical and M'Ptr Co.. La Cross. Wis. Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend tor many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicUns told me I I tried the must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. "Kecley Cure," various other rcmedies.but without " Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-CurI commenced using your preparation, and today I consider myself completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobic- -' has complelely left me. co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, sunpiy wonucuui,anu can luuy rccomracnu u I consider your "Baco-Curo- " C. W. Hornick Yours very truly, to-d- ay 1 . STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs tree. wW.CL.CCZ8Z3E3E3;;i.aEcaoacE.t2CfieuafUBi.u&oBwiBn 1m lit.. it toJx t..tttr to packato cul: 2i2 story VliWARIi Con tuJi uf r.irks and Uk:. is the whole about AW ill Made only Mp ERSGPA. g U parages. Costs no more t'um otlur pickage scxh never spoils four unlvemlly acknowledged purest In the world. t7 CHURCH fc CO., New York. Sold by grocers everywhere, Write for Arm ami Hammer Jloot. of valuable! ltelpeah'HEI. KaaaBOBoatnonoieaonsritfcOBiisBOiJMOHOHoioBonoaoscMiiM .Vol I re. done, pointed to a great white temple I am prepared to du nil klud of and told me to lift them and deposit hauling by the day or contract on them there, that they were required short notice, nil orders left; forme in niaklmr the beautiful robes like with Carson & Co will receive prompt Then I awoke those he was wearing. attention. but the dream has left an Impression W. II. Burton. t off. on my mind that I cannot shake Born to the wife of R. II. Gillespie G.E. oneo-p- ajr your on the 35th, a fine gitl. It by not do no at 30-.i- nbaerlpllon. re- A C. I. Hood & Co., of Lowell, have Master Mctlenry Holbrook has recently issued 10,500,000 elegant covered from his recent illness. calendars. These figures are so large that it requires a good stretch of the Kxeunlon Hale. imagination to beable to grasp them. Kentucky Prohibition State Convention at Louisville Ky. Feb. :6th Think right here of the story ol the and 27th 1895, all ticket agents in little acorn and the "Lofty oak." Kentucky will issue certificates to Think of the Royal nkinj piwders, purchasers of tickets to Louisville of its small beginning. Think of lots of other noted advertisers, where rerurning them at one third fare. they were once, where they arc now, II. Mkrrick, Agent. Then think of the possibilities in Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell store for you, provided you have a "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem- good article, considerable sand, and edy forchlldrenand guaranteed every lots of grit Profitable Advertising. bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only 2Scts per Tho best insuranco policy bottle. against businoss failure is an Delender IloeuiurnlR, Number sand 75 havejustbecn The If artlord Phato Car. issued by the American Protective A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his Photo Car Tariff League. No. 5, nineteen pages, in Hartford and will make Pictures entitled "Business Conditions" or Monday all day "The First Efiects of Free Trade," every here in the Hartford Thoto Car. Mr. comprises a careful review and comTaylor will be found at his home pilation of statistics showing disasgallery in Beaver Dam balance of the trous results ofa free trade adminis" time. We are glad to say he ranks tration. No 72, eight pages, entltjed up with the ablest Photographers in "Wages In the United States," is work guaran- the translation ofa paper by Mons. the State. First-clasE. Levasseur, read nt the Institute of teed. France. Both documents are inter"When beauty comes he takes it; esting and valuable additions to proIf there is none be makes it." tection literature. Will be sent to An otTootivo advortisomont any address for two cents each, AdW. F. is an anchor, which will oit-o- n dressWest 23d Wakenun, Gen. Sec, St, New York' 135 s Tribute In Aiverllliig. - vv , I! s An Advertisement in the paper worth two on tho lento, I olTootivo Advortisomont. i hold a diBablod businoss from drifting on to tho rag-goroof of financial jailuro. mt ! d NVLPI1UK NVIIINUN. All persons Indebted to the estate of John C. Townsend, deceased, are requested to call on me at once, at my office lu Hattford and settle same and save cost. Notice! This February 14, 1895. J 8 R Wbtjdino, Administrator. Wanted. Everybody to know that Groves Tasttess Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, LagtippeBad county. Colds &c, or your money will be Mr. A. S, Aull went to Bardstown refunded in every instance. Sold by last Saturday, William & Bell, Hartford Ky. K, G. The farmers in this community are now busily engaged in their spring work.some are sowing tobac co beds while others are sowing oats and some repairing and building fences, health is generaly good, Born Feb. 20, to the wife Wm. II, Davis, a lolb boy. Mother and child doing well. Feb. 25th, to the wife of John O, Doflron an Sib girl. Mother and child doing well. Messrs. John Wllsou Asa Miller and John Mlller.of Edmonson county,-arvisiting relatives near Palo, this e RI P A ONK OIVI',3 ROMR. NS The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. ttOUMKAiillftt I. .1 g wwtpti i U&AUUUKM. .jaavaql HSMpMi tMmlilJrritfVr Awarded Highest tlonors-Wor- Seed potatoes At Carson & Co'ri & Gi. for furili- - ld'i Fair. 'DR' w CREAM Come t ) Cirsoti turc. ..tton..L....r ..h. . BEAVER DAM. Howsy Letter Prom Neighboring Town Our 1 fl.f. tf.. tr.tH-iAt- rA...i.M it... -. "reat , and orator, passed Early Rose seed potatoes nt Carson nway Wednesday, Feb. jo He was Last Wednesday night Mr. 8an & Co's. born n slave iu Tabbot county, Md., ford K. Newman, a popular LouisNew line of spring hats at Pair ville) February 1817. His first experience drummer, was highly entertain, Bros. & Co's. in life was with his grandmother and cd nt tho Austin Ilouso by Misses M. grandfather, Betsey and Isaac Bailey. Neckwear, nil styles and prices, at B. Clark, Aniia McKontioy and Ills recollection of his mother was Carson St Co's. Hockcr, nnd Mr. C. P. Ausvague, as she was hired out at quite Tobacco Cotton 1 , 2 and 3cts, at tin, host, and sister, Miss Attyo, hosta distance from him when he was Tho nico music rendered by Fair Bros. & Co's. ess. quite young and be could sc her onA See the new novelties in hair pins Miss Clark was relished by all. ly when she would take the long trip MOST PERFECT MADE. few of her vocul solctions which at Carson & Co's. by night, when she was compelled to Ur. X. E. Jlevnolda A pur Grape Creim of Tartar Powder: Frie Boonevllle, Ky. mcution were: "0, Promise return the same night in onler to refram Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 27 pounds N. O. Sugar for $ 1.00 iu Aro," "Call Mo TI1I00 Own" nnd spond to the to the call 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. cash at Carson & Co's. 'When Stars nro Shining." Many field early the next morning. Living You can find a big assortment of other of his choice selections wero with his grandmother, whose kindDizziness, Pain In tho Back, Llvor Friday, March i, 1895, shoes at Carson & Co's. ness stood in the place of his moths sung by Misses Mclvcnncy und AusComplaint All Cured by Hood'a. er, it was some time before he knew "I cannot too much In praise ot Good drivers and Good horses for tin. The instrumental music render Mr. J. K. Rowe, Owensboro, is in X was subject Hood's Saraaparllla. to he was a slave, but this happiness hire at Field & Holbrook's. town, cd by Misses Clark and Hockcr was Mips In mt Uck, dlzzlnesi, Hver com- was soon ended for as soon as he was tllllnt Still that ttrori faollnn T . Alter Mr. A small line of prints for 4cts per tho latest of tlio season. Mr. II. I'. Taylor was in Louisville pletely worn oat end coalrt gcarcelv willc old e.iough he was taken from her Newman bad bestowed his complihl1' V mU? na " emed yard at Fair Bros. & Co's. though Ufa this week. nnd carried to life with his old masjim a ouraen me tge or IS. Dr. J R.Pirtle, who hai just graduments on each young lady tho parly care about living, when a friendI aid not We have beautiful line of ter. Having been left with his old Rev. I.. R. Harnett, ot Marmaduke, disbanded, bidding tbo host and ated from the Dental Department master he was under the care of an Inducod Mo to Try Hood'a ing shirts. & Co. Arlf,, is in town, of Vanderbilt University, has returnhostess a pleasant good evening. BrjPMllls. It his benefited me greatly old slave woman, who treated him We sell two spools of thread for 5 ed to Hartford ind will occupy his ndlhve not been without It alnce. Mr. John P. Rowe, Ccntertown, Mies Tcenie Hays, Rochester, spent find it to be wonderful blood purifier and cents. Carson & Co. former office over Williams & Bell's very mean and almost starved him. I can aiy to alt who nOer lrom comnlalnti was in town Tuesday. Friday and Saturday in town with drug store. His mister, Capt. Antliory, was manDrougm aDout by luipure blood, If they Mrs Newcomb and Air. Nimtuo, ber sisters, Mrs. want to be cured take Hood'a Baraaparllla. ager on the plantation oi Col. Loyd, J. P. McKenncyand Cation Iliilllngtoti and Cnln darYou can conilder me a life long friend to Clear Run, called td see us yesterday. Miss Lesta Hays. a large planter in Maryland and there ing court for a good, easy shave. the subject ol this sketch witnessed Remember that Field & Holbrook Ont oiiaNtrllte. Miss DoroE. Gibson spent Saturn Mr. Thos. O. Baker, Render, callTwelve weavers at the Woolen Hood'a Barsaparilla. which I keep good rigs for hire day or night. nnd Sunday at hor home in Pound on tlioStroots of Tay- the course oi slavery in all its degradday recommend ed to see us while in toxn Tuesday. ing phrases, from n reprimand to Mills object to an obnoxious rule at every opportunity." Mns. Loot B. JtETWOLPg, Boonevllle, Kentucky. The finest line of ladies and chill Hartford, Mr. Jm Pierce. Centertown, called lor Minos Tuesday says the Owensboro Messenger. rold blooded murder. dren's shoes are now at Fair Bros & Hood'a Pills core all Llrer ni. niliousnem. Rev, Perryraan did not fill bis regto sec us while in town Ust SaturEvoning. After staying on the Loyd planta Twelve female weavers at the woolen CouupaUoD, Sick lieadaehe, Inillf eiUou. 250. Co's. day. ular appointment hero Sunday as he mills went out on a strike yesterday. tion for some years he was sent to Fair Bros. & Co. arc leaders in is holding a protracted meeting at Mr. S. V. Tichcnor, Point Pleas-an- t, COBONER HELD INQUEST Baltimore to live with a Mr. Hugh On January 1, all the hands agreed their line. Visit them tor lowest Shinkle Chape1.. Auld, a relative of Capt. Anthony. to a 10 per cent cut, but they now gave us a pleasant call Wednesprices. day. On Tuesday cveningabout 5 o'clock There he wa3 treated very kindly and claim that they are making such Miss Liurie Barnes, Goshen, is Hall Bros, will give you a square spending this week in town with a message was received from Taylor his work was to take care of little good goods, they are entitled to their Two Interesting CommuniMr T S. Drown, of Ccntertown, meal for aoc. the best the market friends and relatives. Here his mistress old wages. The prices paid up to Mines over the telephone asking that Tommy Auld. cations Prom tho North-- , gave us a very pleasant call Wednesaffords. the Coroner come to that point at taught him. how to read and contin- January 1 were equal to those all day. orn Misses M. B. Clark and Anna Mcof tho Counover the country, but now they are Entire line of heavy woolen dress Kenney spent Saturday night with once, that a man had been found dead ued to teach him until she was in- 10 per cent, below the standard ty. Miss Mamie Spalding, Louisville, the formed by her husband that slavery on the streets ot that town. The is vlsltiug the family of Dr. Alexan- goods go regardless of price at Fair Misses Attyo nnd Sadie Austin. Coroner, Mr. Galen C. Westerfield, and education would not work togeth- weavers claim. Manager A. B. Phil-lip- s Bros. & Co's. der. told those who did not want to The weather that never failing.top-i- c Miss May Willis, Rochester, is here was in the neighborhood of Cromwell, er, but it was too late, having kinof conversation, is simply glorious. F.very pair of A Priesmeyers shoes taking vocal lessons from Miss Clark. and so the parties at Taylor Mines dled a spark in a combustible mind, work for the present scale to walk Mr. S. W. Tichenor was sworn in Vou can find them at Wcdncrday as Deputy Clerk at Point warranted. Misses Fannie and Emma Barnes were telephoned, informing them of no difference how hard she tried to out and says he will not allow any of It is beautiful and I hope the weather prophet will let it stay as it is. Fair Bros. & Co'. I Pleasant. spent Sunday afternoon ia tho coun the fact. Nothing whatever could be smother it, it continued to burn. He them to return to work. Manager Philips says the trouble Messrs. Mack Wise and Bartley learned Tuesday night of the affair. lived in Baltimore until his old mas We still have a few Miss Lula Barnes. dress try with Hot Coffee and lunch at nil hours arose over broken warp and knots ol Howard went to Phllpot Saturday to rumors to the eflect ter and young mistress both died and Mr. E C. Taylor and family, Mc. Various nt Hall Bros., corner Union and Mar patterns that w e will sell at your the man had been shot, that he Hugh and Thomas Auld had a misun-- 1 cotton in the filler and a notice was visit friends and relatives. own price. Carson & Co. ket Streets. Henry, have moved onto a farm in that Miss Mary Tabor is indisposed at had been killed by falling coal in the standing, and greatly against his posted in the mill which as follows: Canvas your tobacco beds; you are tbo Gosbcn neighborhood. "Lost thread road, broken warp this writing. Hartford College continues to immines, were heard Wednesday morning will he was returned to Thomas Auld. Miss Verda Blankenship was marThe members of the Christian prove nnd new students are coming then sure of plants Fair Bros. & Co. early another telegram was received While living with Hugh Auld he en or knots of cotton over 2 inches, have the cotton at the lowest prices. ried lo Sir. J. R. Brown, Rochester, from Taylor Mines, in every day. asking if Mr. joyed the blessings of getting enough the weaver of such cloth will be Church will give an oyster supper for the benefit of their Church next SatDon't let your horse stand out next Wednesday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock, Westerfield was coming out The to eat. but with Thomas Auld he was docked." Mr. G. C. Westerfield was in Crora- When this was known throughout urday night. week when you can put up nt Field Tho ceremony was pronounced by Taylor Mines people had not received so pinched by hunger that he was well this week on business for The Mr. G. C. Westerfield, Hartford, & Holbrook's to hay all day for 15 Rev. Davis. Only n few of tho fami- the message of the evening before". compelled to live at the expense of the mill the weavers walked out. They RlirOUMCAN. ly's most intimate friends wero pros cents. This message was answered telling his neighbors or steal from his moth- - went to Mr. Philips about the matter visited his brother, Mr. J. D. WesterMr. W. I, Spalding, Louisville, but received no satisfaction. He told field, Tuesday. Mr. J, M. Brown nnd Miss Verda ent. After refreshments wero served where Mr. Westerfield could be found. er, if such could be called, which I all those visited his family last Sunday and The school, under tho management who went out on a strike About 9 o'clock that gentleman ar- dou't think could consistently be call- the couple accompanied by bis brothBlankenship were married at the Monday nt this place. Prof. F. P. Stum and Miss A. B. er and Misses Minnie Blank-ensbi- p rived in Hartford and learning of the ed stealing. Since the health and they need never apply to him bride's home.near Beaver Dam, WedClifton, is progressing nicely. SevMr. A. V. Thompson, of Louisville affair, in company with Dr. E. W. strength derived from such food were work again. and Lottie Barnard left for tbo nesday, The demand for the restoration of eral anticipate matriculating this nnd Mr. Robert Daniel, Beaver Dam, groom's parents were a reception was Ford, at 12 30 started to Taylor Mines. exerted in his master'sservice, it was the old scale was the result of the week. The Hartford House has been rencalled to see us Wednesday. to to bo in tho evening. We extend By this time it had been learned here simyly running the food from one new rule-- established by Miss Nettie Coppage, who has been ovated from top to bottom nnd solicthe notice. that the dead person was a new born vessel to another; and the ownership to tbo happy couple a host of good Bullincton & Cain have new bar- - its your patronage. negro baby found in the outskirts of was not affected by the transaction. One young lady made the assertion confined to her room for several tnnla .lirntirrltntit nHil nr wishes. Attye. W. M. Bell, Proprietor. Here he and a young man named that she would cut the warps out of months, we are sorry to say, is no the town with its head mashed. to give you the very best work. Coroner Westerfield and Dr. Ford Wilson opened a Sunday School for the loom of any one of the crowd who better. 12 pairs of men's boots lelt out of For Seed Oats, call on the old reli- Mr. J. L. Davisson is on the sick Mr. U.S. Barnes.llving near Center-tow- n 2 5 cases. Just think of it, at Fair able C. R. Martin. reached Taj lor Mines about 2 o'clock. colored children and taught one Sun- went to work under the new rule at lost hismeat, house coal house, Bros. &o's you can get these boots Magistrate Jont B Wilson in the day and on the next Sunday as they the same price. Only three remained list. A I'M I. Misses Willie Walker and May Taat work. and hen house by fire last Monday for $1.50 per pair worth $2 50. meantime had been sent for and were getting in a good way of teach Rosmn, Ky., Feb. 23, 1895. bor will open up their night. Loss was about $10,000. had arrived and summoned a jury ing a mob, led by some oi the class nosiNtu We the undersigned citizens of Ohio Miss Joysey Likens died at the and various witnesses, Feb. 27. Our Spring school will parlor over "Jack's" shop Monday, including teachers in the Methodist Church, of Messrs Bullington & Cain have home of her uncle, Mr. J. II. Likens, county would respectfully solicit Ladies give them a call. rented the new barber shop, and have Tuesday morning, nnd was buried at Capt. David Duncan to be acandidate Dr. B N. Patterson. He also sum- which his master was a member, came open next Monday conducted by Miss Mr. Harry Stum, who has accepted put iu new furniture throughout, and Bethel Church Wednesday, Rev. G. for the office of Representative of Ohio moned Dr. Ford to assist in the post in on them armed with clubs and oth- Annie M. Allen. mortem examination, nnd the Coroner er missiles and drove them off and orMr. M. S. Ragland is having an a position as traveling salseman for are better prepared than ever to ac- J. Bean conducting funeral services. county: dered them to never be caught in addition built to his house on Mc- the Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co., to assist in holding the inquest. commodate the trade. Jas D Byers, Louisville, returned home yesterday. Mr. W. M. Reed aud Miss Daisy M S Ragland, The child was found in the western such an act again. After this he was IIenry St J C Satterfield, Miss Mollie Bell, Philpot; Missees Mr. S. W. Tichenor closed a very Miller, of Taylor Mines, were united J L Liles, part of town 150 yards from the tip hired to a negro breaker. Mrs. Elizabeth Duke, of Cromwell, The first Win Hollifield, successfulsinglngschooloftweh'c les- in the holy bonds of matrimony yes S R Kendall, house.lt was a newly born negro baby six months he lived with Covey, the who has been visiting relatives near Olive nnd Vera Howard, Marie Wes terfield, and Messrs. Lon Johnson and sons at Rock port Tuesday night. Mi. terday nt the Hnrtford House by fudge Luther Johnson, W II Pierce, boy supposed to have been born negro breaker, he was subjected to all town, returned to her home J W Peach, T J Bryant, Tichenor gave general satisfaction, Jno. P. Morton. Monday night. Its head was crushed sorts of ill treatments until he found Mrs. H- - T. Thoraptson, Horton, Henry Walker, city, visited Misses G C Crowder, W P Thomas, aud was well pleased with the Rock and as some hair lrom the child's that forbearance ceased to be a vittue, visited her mother Mrs. R. K. Childs Lyda and Cecil Sargent Tuesday Mr. T. J. Fielden and Miss Sallie Cyrus Johnson, A B Pierce, night. port people. head was found on a log lying ten when he resented his ill treatment by Saturday and Sunday. Ann Bennett, of Taylor Mines, were lid Pierce, T W Pierce, Miss Florence Tabor, who has been feet away, it was supposed to have giving his breaker n thrashing and A. E. White and Wallace Graves, married at the Hartford House yester- John II Grady, The Commercial Hotel is amply Henry Crowder, been thrown or struck against the the remainding six months was spent Horse Branch made a flying trip to quite ill of throaf trouble, is able to prepared to comfortably accomodate day, Judge Jno. P. Morton performW M Bryant. Jonathou Ralcy, be with her many friends again, log by the slayer. The jury returned in peace and quietness, so far as the our town Sunday. all guests at most reasonale rates, ing the ceremany. George Willson, C F Wallace, Mr. John Smith went to Reynold's n verdict in which they declared in lash was concerned. D. Whittinghill made a trip to J. giving them the best to eat the mar-keStop at the Hartford House. Ev- J M Ashford, J C Davis, substance that the child had been He was the next year hired to a Horton yesterday in interest ol the Station affords. Two sample rooms; U G Ragland, Sam Wallace, erything Special attenMiss Maude Lyons returned from murdered by some unknown party better man, but he still wanted his John G. Miller Clothing Co. politest attention guaranteed. Spection given to traveling men. Special J F Allen, Jas Raley. Horton Friday morning, went to Reyfreedom and was studying the geognnd that from the evidence a negro Miss. Nellie Ragland returned ial rates to jurymen nnd witnesses by rates to jurymen C C Johnson, and witnesses by D C Allen, woman living in the town was the raphy of the country preparatory for home Sunday from a visit to friends nold's Station and back, Friday night the week during Circuit Court. F M Haven, B M Davis, the week. to Falls of Rough and back Saturday, mother o( the child. The body had making his escape to the free States. in the Sugar Grove neighborhood, W. M. Bell, Proprietor. T J Watson, DA Pierce, Mr. C R. Martin, the hustling remained nnd been guarded where After this he made an unsuccessful Quite a number ofour young peo- to Horse Branch Saturday night and Johnjbhnson, Jeneler.has moved his Jewelry stock The protracted meeting at Shinkle Wm Pierce, found until the inquest, after which attempt to escape from slavery with ple attended the school intertainment to Louisville Sunday. The following young people spent to the L. B. Bean old stand, and be- Chapel conducted by Revs. Perryman Geo. Kuvkendall, G W Headdy, several others and was sent to Balti- at Mt. Pleasant Friday. the Coroner ordered its burial. T J Wedding. sides keeping the best stock of Jewelmore to learn a trade. He was afterand Felix is growing in interest with R. W. Ragland returned from a quite an enjoyable evening at Mr. C. Smith's Firday night: Misses CUP. Several citizens of the town met at wards allowed to hire his own time. business trip to ry in the Green River country, he each coming There have coM'oun, Evansville, Thurs-daton Smith, Clara Davisson, Anna Petthe office of Supt. Shultz Tuesday Alter which he escaped slavery. will handle nil kinds of Feed Stuff. been 15 conversions, and the altar is News scarce. Health good. On Mr. Martin is a The Baptist Church nt Concord is night and discussed the propssed the 4th day of September 1838 he gentleman, crowded with penitent souls,inquiring Miss Missouri Bratcher, of Mt. ty, Grace Howard, Bettie Felix, Cecil plan of holding n meeting here during landed in the city ot New York a Iree Pleasant, is and if you need anything in his line the way to everlasting life. f nearing completion. the guest of Mrs L b; Sargent, Sallie Ford and Jessie Reynolds; Messrs. F. P.Stum.MackWise, would do will to call on him. Bro. Craig filled Bro. Cox's ap- the summer for the purpose ot bring- man. For fear of being recaptured Crowder, Marriage license: George Daniel to, ing the facilities of Hartfordand Ohio he left New York and made his home pointment nt Concord Sunday. Miss Fannie Overton is visiting Sammie Clifton, John Hays and John We arc adding new type and print- Miss Mary Alva Stevens, W. B. Smith. county before the people in some ef- in New Bedford, Mass. He attended her grandmother Mrs. W. Mr. Tonic McDowell nnd wife visTaylor. J. to Miss Emma C. Catter ing material to our stock every week Chapn-n- n Miss Leila Lyons is visiting her fectual manner. Alter some discuss-sio- n an convention at Nan Mignok. nnd are now better prepared than ever R. S. Jaclson td Miss Mattie A. ited Mr. F. W. Pirtle's Sunday. sister at norton. amass meeting of tbe citizens of tucket under auspecies of Mr. Will A Flirt, Messrs. Harlan Coppage and Tom- the town was to do the very best lob Work nt the Shultz, J, M. Brown to Miss Verdn Advertising Hequlre Skill and Dense. called to meet in conI'ROM ANOTHER C6rrKSPONDENT. iam Loyd Garrison, and made a very lowest prices. Call on us for Blankenship, T. J. Fielden to Miss my Harrison, Fordsvllle, visited the nection with the Commercial Club The paper that goes to leading speech and was appointed agent for It has been very muddy for the last people, to thinking people into homes'; prices and you will be sure to leave Sallie Ann Bennett, W. M. Reed to family of J R. Coppage Saturday and to night. ry four days, but with some more sun the society. He lectured Sunday. into counting rooms, among the cusi an order for your work. We will Miss paisy Miller. shine we think all will be well. in many oi the New England States turners of I(INIF.IUIOOK. merchants, has a clientage make a specialty of Horse nud Jack Misses Inez York nnd Cora Allen We have lately sent out a large Col. Forbes was in the city Monand made many friends for the cause Feb. 26. The fanners are busy Bills, and have card board made es- number of bills to our subscribers that is worth more to a man who has day. and Mr. Grant Byers visited Jerome He had many trials, burning tobacco beds and clearing of Abolition. pecially for that purpose, and will who are iu arrears, aud have received Allen's, near Jingo, last Sunday. something to sell than the paper of Elder J. W. Ashcroit has accepted but having enlisted in a good cause ground for another crop. put them up at lowest possible prices. a large a umber oi remittances. To accidental sales which is bought for Mr. Lonnle Lee visited his parents a position as one of the editors of the he continued to persevere and thus Mr. B. S. Ellis has returned from coupon interest and thrown away its Two new Ml lira. those who have responded so cheerfulnear Sunuydale Sunday. did more for the cause of Abolition Fordsvllle Star. Daviess county. as soon as the coupon is cut out. The Mining town ot Deanefield is ly we return thanks and would say The Ladies Aid Society will givo Miss Georgia Pirtle is visiting relthan anyother one man. What is tlutsott of circulation goo aneyster now enjoying a boom says the to those yet in arrears, let the shekjust Messrs. A. K. Ward, J. W. Stevsupper at the Christian atives near Spring Lick. He made a visit to England nnd for except to wear out? There's a Owensboro Messenger. Deanefield is els continue to come in. ens, T. L Anderson, A. E. Ellis and Mr. Lewis Chapman visited his lectured there audenllsted the sympa- difference in people and a difference Church on Saturday night for the perfectly alive with men. Many buildB. H. Ellis went to Shinkle Chapel thy of the leading men of that coun-tr- y in papers, and tbe advertiser who benefit the Church. T. Morton Wednesday filed suit in brother, near Beaver Dam, Saturday Sunday night. ings are in process of construction Judge Hoskius, of OwensboiO, is in in his enterprise. and Sunday. He also visited doesn't realize this doesn't know his and the town is on a boom in every the Ohio Circuit Court against P. C. Misses Marsha nnd Clara Webb Ireland and formed town. the acquaintance business. Success to The Rei'Uhlican. Hartford Courant respect. Messrs. Chambers & Coop-s- r, Mills and H, B. Lapoint, and sued went to Shinkle Chapel Sunday of Daniel O'Connell, the great Irish It is said by all who heard him,that Bartholomew. of Hawesvilte, hive leased 300 out a restraining order, preventing night. Elder L. Martin, preached one of the , leader, and lectured in Cone illation ....1.1 .tf....i...t.. The World's acres for twenty years from Messrs, pamuMuwuta uiuviuk uiuv ui urn- Ui.ilnrariiirnlii Wlli.lr,.n Mr. L. B. Mills went to Pleasant Hall, where he was introduced by the showed no baking powder best sermons that was ever preached Creden nnd Thos. Hardin, and have chlnery from the lands Jeised by J Rev. C. C Marston, or Olympia, in the Christian Church here last Ridge Monday on business. great statesman as a the black, so pure or so great la leav selected a place to sluk the shaft plaintiff nnd defendants for purpose Wash., arrived iu St. Louis a few Sunday night. Several of the larger scholars have O'Connell of America. Healsovisit-cenlng power as the Royal. boring for oil. where there is a stratum of coal 4 months ago, ostensibly on his way to Sheriff Fuqua, of Hancock county, Scotland and Wales where he was stopped school on account of farm feet thick. They will begin work on London. Qn the ground of his form was in the city Saturday. We received an invitation from Dr. warmly received. While abroadmon-e- y work. the shalt in a few days and will soon er good standing in the denominaMis. Reed is visiting friends in and Mrs. G. L. Shepard, of Sedalla, was raised with which to purchase The last meeting of the No Cieek be getting out coal. tion, and at his request we gave him Owensboro. Mo., to be present at the marriage of Literary Society was a grand success. his freedom aud (2,500 was also raisAnother company, the names of commendatory letters for his use Smith & Cooper are opening up a their daughter, Grace, to Mr. Le Roy while abroad, ed and given him to start a newspathe members of which are not yet In the past few days It was tbe night for the election of large feed store in town. Gregory, which occurred at thelrhome per. He established a paper known known,wlll open n mine near Deanc we have learned that Mr Marston has new officers. A, K, Ward was electElder I. II, Teel, of BeaVer Dam, last Thursday. Mr. Gregory was as the North Star in Rochester, N. field in a short while and that will been guily of grossly immoral conduct ed President; U. C, Barnett, Vice has been engaged to preach for the forraely a native oiourtown, nnd has Y., and was ever to be found in the make four coal mines at that place. unbecoming a minister and a gentles President; C. B. .Hays, Attorney. Christian Church here. Man. many friends here who wish him a hottest of tbe fight for the liberation man. We hereby give notice to all This Society is the best in thecounty. long and happy married life. ot the slaves from that time on to the Hum Meeflnir, Wnke up, writers, nnd let us hear concerned that we revoke our enHow lo Make II l'ny. emancipation. He deserves more A Mass Meeting oi the citizens of If people exercised as much care Mr. R. S. Jackson and Miss Mattie dorsements, and caution everyone from yon through The Rbpdplican. honor for the emancipation of the " Hartford has been called to meet in A. Shultz, and shrewdness when investing in Cow Boy. of near Prentls, were mar- against giving hbu their confidence slave thany other man.v connection with the Commercial Club mt advertising as they do when invest ried last Wednesday at the home of on the warrant four names: The colored people of Hayti will Matat the Court House ing in banks, mining stocks and real the bride's father, Mr. J. II. Shultz, J. C. Armstrong, Ed. Cen. Baptist, hold memorial services next Monday ters of great importance will come at o'clock p. m , Rev. G. W. Gor- A. "W. Payne, Bus.Mgr. Cen. Baptist, - estate, there would be more believ3 night in honor ot freedman orator. up for discussion, and a full attend- don performing the ceremony iu ers in the value of printer's ink. the Lewis E. Klin, Mgr. Bap. Pub. So- (s o Miss Lula Walker and Mr. D. ance of the members of the Club and presence of Printer's Ink. ciety, St. Louis, quite a circle of friends Thomas Taylor were united in the of the citizens generally, and the la- and relatives. Mr. Jackson is 0116 of A. M. Dobor, Pastor 1st Bap. Church Acting through the blood, Hood's holy bonds of matrimony at the home dles especially, is earnestly solicited Ohio county's sturdy young farmers, Enst St. Louis. Sarsaparilla not only cures scrofula, of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. and requested. J. S. R. Wedding, and is a deserving, popular young E. Anderson, Pastor Grand Avenue salt rbeum, etc., but gives health and A. Walker, of Hayti, on the 21st, ult, President Hartford Commercial Ctub, gentleman, while his bride is a perBap. Church, St. Louis. vigor to the whole body. twonty-fiv- o in the presence of a few of the relai The good people of Hartford nnd llnvn 7011 renewed your ubicrlp- - fect lady, and well worthy the excel N tives and friends. Rev. Wm. John-so- u Dr. Prlca's Cream Baklnr Powder ent young man o her choice, .. Beaver Dam will remember a certain llou for 1V9IT officiates. It was the most beau World's Pair Jlljhwt Award. The best I.tluolt and Hot Coflce at Hnll Bros. BAKING Vir-gloll- POWDER Rev C C. Mafstoni who came into the aforesaid towns, claiming to be a returned Missionary from Australia naving iecn six years in mat country, and having had a most wonder ful experlecc, preaching, teaching laboring .monr th "Iln.W and Canibals"of that wild region. The above endorsements, from the distinguished men, who now withdraw their statements, having discovered that the said Marston is a great fraud nnd impostor, were the endorsements that influenced me to endorse him here; hence, when strong suspicious of the genuineness of his character sprung up here at the time, I still stood for this infamous scullion, because he was endorsed as above. But now being fully satisfied that he is nn impostor of the lowest nnd meanest grade, I take this method oi asking the pardon of all for having given him any countenance, and now m ike haste to brand him as a villian of the first water. J. S Cjlkmav. ''Kffft-xtftfZAl- ! COLORED DEPARTMENT nv I A OARV " """ slave-driver- 's out-Cars- MURDERED CHILD tiful liiatMage that we h&ve wltnetted for many days, and Rev. Johnson knows Just how to put them together In the most modern stjle Mr. Tay-lo- r is working nt the Render Mines and the bride will stay with her parents until some time in March when they will go to house keeping at the Mines. Mr. Jack McIIenry returned home from Owensboro, where he had been staying ever since last October. Mrs. Julia Rucker is very sick; her many friends are much alarmed.fear-in- g that her sickness may prove fatal, Otis Hines was fooling with a gun last Monday evening, w hich was accidentally discharged, the ball striking Pearl Walker. As good luck would have it, he was so far from him that it did no darm, more than to burn him a little. It is to be hoped that the boys will let firearms alone or be more careful. Mr. II. C. Pace and family have moved to Hopkinsville, We hate very much to give them up, but the best ol friends have to part. Next Sunday is Rev. J. H. Ealy's regular day at the Alpha Baptist Church and all the members and friends are expected to be present. Church meeting Saturday nlght.com-munio- n Sunday. That Tired Feeling ty -.-- ' " t Hood's5 Cures FORDSVILLE. Part all-wo- fr r-- kr dress-maki- ng ts first-clas- y. first-tlas- s anti-slaver- y anti-slave- 1 -- Fair Tests d Subscribe for Tiie Republican and tho Louisville Weekly C omm ercial b o th ono year for $1.25 per year. Remember you get tho Now York Tribune land The Hbpublioan both for ono year, for ono The Republican dollar and cants. and St Louis GlobeDemocrat mi weekly) for $1.50 per year, for subscribers who pay up and one year in advance. iii W1 a-- "v" r- - f liintff f hi' ttjjAmta .itrsvam 1895. aein wf-w- 1 feiBa.tai) Hartford Republican I'm day, March i, Profit 888.25 tho First Throo pa-p- er Days. A few weeks ogo I read in your how Mrs. Griffith made a great deal of nipney selling a new method of putting up fruit. Here la what I did with an Old reliable plater. The first three days that I had the Plater I plated 75 sets of knives, forks, spoons, etc., which, when delivered, brought me in about $92,00, cost of metal about fa, 75, leaving n gross profit of $88,25 for my time and trouble, and everyone was well pleased with the work, and I came home with double the amount of goods to be plated. I average about $150 work per week. I have pecn a traveling salesman, but have given it up; the plating .business suits me. Anyone can obtain an Old Reliable Plater by m . m Hie imperii Ail Advertisement addressing V. P. Harrison & Co., Anyone out of worth Inn on the lenee. Columbus, Ohio. The New Century. work should take this opportunity to The immediate prospect of a brill get employment and make money. iant opening for the new century is C. M. Reid, Columbus, Ohio. therefore luminous with encourageUSED TO BE HIS WIFE, ment; the sky brightens momently, and the glorious dawn foretells a yet day. We may confmore Viows of a identlyglorious many and startlingsur-priseA Mattor-of-Pao- t look for Sorious Situation. the growth of new forces that will lift the people to loftier heights I sat in the Sheriff's office talking of ethical aud intellectual nclivity.in to with him about a man in his charge a region bright and glowing with perennial beauty, where the air is who was to be hanged three days later, when a woman was announced raoteless and the skies ever serene a and in walked a female who had pass- world of infinite progress, of virtuous ed 50 says a writer in the Memphis brotherhood, and the love of man for Avalanche. Her face was wrinkled, his fellow, of the charity and selfishher hair was thin and white and her ness. Already a studenduous advoice seemed to come out of a red as vance has been made; and we have a right to believe that the hour is only she asked: "Hev yo got a man in this yere waiting to u&her in a grand and glorious area of human progress. This prison named Thomas Jackson?" prospect of success for a new century Ves'm" remarked the official. Did he kill somebody about three even vow is blossoming into a vital activity and golden fruition of matemonths ago?" rial beauty and moral excellence, un"He did, ma'am." "And has he bin tried for murder der the guidance of public opinion and current events, how so rapidly and sentenced to be hung?" "He is to be hung on Friday' ma'- unfolding to culminate in a symmetrical future. Dcmorest's Magazine am." "He is, eh?" she queried as she for March. look a pipe from her pocket and prolime 7011 renewed your nnbcrl- ceeded to fill and light. "Ar' yo' lion for 1803? the man who is goin' to hang him?' ' The California Fig Syrup Co., of I shall have to carry out the SanFrancisco,says that notwithstandlaw J' . "Yaas, ofco'se. Folks hav got to ing the dull times generally prevail be hung, and we hav got to hav oth- ing during the past two years, its er lolks to hang 'em. How does Tom continued extensive advertising has been productive of good results. This b'ar up under it?" "Very well indeed, ma'am. I think advertising will not only not fall off, but will be inciessed. The Company he will die like a man." He will eh? Wall, that's more'n say: "We believe that manufacture who spend large amounts of money he ever lived. Tom's alius bin migha s, spoken foe of monopoly and corruption. He was the uncompromising enemy ol dishonest and .unsound money. He dldnot solcmny announce that "public office Is a public trust" and then turn over the public service to A horde of spoilsmen. He did not in return lor sell ambassadorships Democratic camgaign contributions. He did not pose as the friend of pop ular rule and then use his great office to reinstate a savage despot. He detested shame and he took the people into his confidence. During his as President the public debt waspractically wiped out, not increased at the rate of $100,000,000 a year. anniversary serves chief ly to remind Democracy how far downhill it has traveled from Andrew Jackson to Grover Cleveland. It also serves to recall the vast difference between a policy of Americanism and glory and a policy of egotism infancy N. Y. Advertiser. and disaster. er SOCIAL LIFE IN WASHINGTON Tho Elomont of Sohandal is Not so Conspicuous Aftor all. Special to This The notion that prevails to some extent that society in Washington is composed of rather dubious elements is not so surprising when it is considered how fully the glared the searchlight of public notoriety is turned upon social movements at the Nation's capital. - As far as official society, at least, is concerned, those prominent as leadersare the members of the families of public men. The American public has fallen into the habit of being interested in whatever concerns our public men, aud the female numbers of the families of these officials come in for a share of this interest. Everything connected with the dally life of such people, what they wear and what they eat and where they go, is chronicled, at length in the daily press and is read from one end of the country to the other, If this gossip can be seasoned with the spice of a little scandal the opportunity is not neglected, and the spice Is used with an unsparing hand. Recently there have appealed veiled allusions in the newspapers relative to a probable divorce suit as the end of a marriage in high life, which took place in this city not very long ago. The details are given with a certain vagueness which is probably owing the immature condition of the scandal which is alleged to be about to burst upon the astonished gaze of the world. When all the facts are known, if the affair ever reaches the point of a divorce, it will be found to be only the ordinary experience of the average girl who has married either with too great confidence in her powers to reform a dissipated man, or with a The World's Current In, The last number of the Reform Club's Sound Currency series is "The World's Currencies" by Richard P. Rothwell. In concise form arc given as to each of the thirty odd principal coun-arle- s of the world not merely full statistics as to coinage, silver and gold ratios, legal tender laws, etc.; but also as to paper issues, terms upon which permitted, the extent, to which they are secured or unsecured, quasi or complete legal tendcr.as well as a description of the mote Important "banks of issue, the principles upon which they are operated, nnd the extent oftheir connection with government or Independence of its direction. Statistical and comparative tables supply numerous classes of data; so that the publication is a condensed cyclopaedia upon the subject it treats and not merely the first, but a most successful attempt by system and condensation to give an intelligent views of what to one attempting to master the subject has heretofore seemed an almost hopeless chaos. Copies may beobtained by forwarding 5 cents to Tub Hartford Rrs Ohib County Direotory. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. John W. Black, Jailer Hartford. G. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee of Jury Fund Hartford. C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, Jos. II Roberts. Fordaville, S. T Stevens, Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntertown. Coutt convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May aud November ewo weeks. COUNTY COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Ncal, 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 in January and Tuesday after the first Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sul- Weak Mothers nnd all women who nro nursing babies, dorivo, almost bonoflta from tho nourishing properties of iucon-coivablo Scott's Emulsion This is tho most nourishing food known to science. It tho mothor'a milk nnd gives hor ttrtngth. It nlsq makes babies fat and giros moro nourishment to growing children than all tho rest of tho food thoy cat Scott's Emulsion liaa "been prescribed by physicians for twenty ytart for Rickots, M&raamnii, Wasting Diseases of Children, Coughs, Golds, Weak Lungs, Emaciation and Oonsomptlon. Ooott fc StnJor famfhltt tn Stett't Emuliitm. FKER. Dovvno, N. Y. All Druggists. 00 oonts nnd (. I It dependa upon How and When jroo matWet Jour chlckem and ejirt ami to Whom jen end them. We are larire receivers of poultry and eiriri, and hate an Mtabliahrd trade and tand the hel chance to make moner for all onr hlliix-rn- . We rrcelre and ell llutl.r. Egg. Jeal, llldea, Telu. Tallow, lleani, Keeda, l'otatoea, Wool, Hay, tlraln or anything yon may hare to "hip. Information cheerfully furnlthrd. Quotations mailed regularly to thoke who request it, and liberal advance made on Xht largest consignments by HERNDON-CARTER PROFIT IN POULTRY 313, 316,317 4 010 CO., . . LOUISVILLE, KV. MURRELLCOURT. runucAK Hartford Ky., phur Springs. Z. II. Shultz, School Superin- ty onery." "Are you a relative?" "Used to be his wife, but done left him. Yaas, lived with Tom fur sixteen y.ars." "And you have come to say farewell to him?" "No, sir. I'm on my way to and thought I'd jest run in fur a minit. No, I don't care to see him, but yo' kin say I called." "Yes'm." "And that I'm sorry he's to be hung." "Yes'm." "But that as long as he's'got to be hung and can't get of it thar hain't no use in fussin' around." "Yes'm." "If he axes fur anythin' mo yo' kin say that I'm well; our boy Sam ar' well; the dawg ar' dead, and I've jest put in two acres of co'n and am gettin' ready to go to a camp meetin' next week. That's all. Some folks hev got to be hung, and other folks hev to hang 'em, and Tom Jackson might jest as well be puttln' in his time on the gallus as loafin' around Fxchange. and wlshln'he was rich. in advertising and thereby making business for themselves and all druggists, as well, and who endeavor to maintain regular prices to the best of their ability for their products, are entitled to the most favorable consideration from the drug trade." Ex. WALKING BEAN MYSTERY. Explained by the Presence qf a Caterpillar In the Interlorof ths Bean. Many persons who ha vo purchased the walking beans have wondered why such a hard, Impenetrable object should exhibit so much life. To gratify my philosophical turn of mind andbcingconvincedthatitwas not electrified, I carefully removed a segment of the flat side, when I discovered a species of caterpillar. As nature had not provided It with any natural warm covering, the cold exposure raado it torpid until I placed It under tho glass cylinder of a when it soon felt tho warmth and began to thatch over tho opening in its roof. This it did by spinning a silken web and attaching it to each side and coating it with some mastic until it was completely incased. Its modus operandi ns seen through a microscope was extremely interesting. I would ndvlso great care in opening it, as the least wound would destroy it, also keep tho beans in a box for fear that when thoy emerge from their cocoon they may be a species of tke Egyptian moth which will cost the commonwealth another hundred mistaken trust that the man' of her choice is better than he really is. It may be that the decided stand which the wife in this case has taken may lead to the desired reformation in the husband, and that legal method will not be necessary. There is another instance here in the matrimonial mishaps in the family of a prominent family, which is being talked about a great deal. There is no leason to suppose that there is any connection between high office and the domestic unhappiness of the daughters of the family of the person who is honored with such a mark of public esteemand confidence, but it is a fact that the prominence of the father lends additional inte rest to the private affairs of the members of the family. In striking contrast with the publicity given to the unhappiness or misfortunes of the female relation of high officials, is the profound silence which the newspapers maintain relative to the delinquencies and the weaknesses of the officials themselves. There are well known instances of men holding exalted positions who indulge in dissipations of various kinds. Their weakness in these particulars are known outside of the circle of their personal acquaintances, yet unless there is some fragrant act committed, the mangle of silence is thrown over their short comings, and they escape unpleasant notoriety which newspaper publication gives. , An oflbotive advertisement is an anchor, which will oit-o- n hold a disablod business from driiting on to tho ragged roof of financial failure. AilverllRhiK ilequlres Skill and Sense. The paper that goes to reading people, to thinking people into homes, into counting rooms, among the cus turners of merchants, has a clientage that is worth more to a man who ha s something to sell than the paper of accidental sales which is bought for its coupon interest and thrown away as soon as the coupon Is cut out. What is th at sort of circulation good for except to wear out? There's a difference in people aud a difference in papers, and the advertiser who doesn't realize this doesn't know h is Hartford Courant. business. m cant about "consecration" to duty, but he did his duty fearlessly and honestly according to his lights. He was a persistent champion of protection to American industry and eloricd in the fact. He was the out- - Nt. Jnclmoii'n Iny, adversary The of the Battle of New Orleans comes at a time to emphasize sharply the difference between the hero of that historic field his present successor in the White House. Andrew Jackson was an American, from the bristling sh ock of hair Hut ' crowned his head to the slippers in which he lounged around the White House kitchen. His patriotism part of his being. He never flinched or hired a substitute when summoned to bear arms in defenseofhiscountry. As boy and men he fought for the He faced Indian or red Republic. coats,and plungedlntoFlorldaswamps or hastened to the lower Mississippi with equal alacrity in upholding ttie honor of "Old Glory." He loved his country, because he knew from personal experience at what a treIn Voluntary Exile. mendous cost its independence had The number of Russian peasants been bought. who voluntarily emigrated to Siberia As Chief Magistrate of the nation, was 0,000 in 1833, 39,000 in 1890, Andrew Jackson never indulged in C0.QQQ ltU891taq(UOO,000 Ialg.92. The other evening a well known member of the upper House was seen in a street car in such a condition of intoxication that he could not maintain an upright position, but sat with his feet sprawling out across the aisle attractlngthe attention of everyone who entered the car to his maudlin condition. The correspondent to one of the leading newspapers in the country happened to be in the car, and when an acquaintance referred to the spectacle, he said in a casual way, "Ob, that is his usual condition." It did not, however, suggest to him a topic lor for a newspaper paragraph. While itshould not be inferred that all of our statesman are in the habit of Mattingly . . it 09pm 1218pm coming home in such a condition, the thousand dollars to exterminate. Griffith . . .. 1 1 14 p m 12 23 p m It would bo interesting to tho pub case serves to illustrate the difference Stanley . . T'-- n 18 pm 12 27 pm lic to hear from somo naturalist in the treatmentof the failings of pub Woithlngton . 11 25 p m 12 35 p m about their origin, and it the lic men and of those of the female Reads . . . . 11 33 p m 12 42 p m bean is the cocoon of tho inSpottsville . . 11 45 p ra J2 53 p m members oftheir families. sect or a vegetable product in Basketts , . . 11 53 p m 12 59 p m A close observer ot social life of this which It immolates itself for tho 12 10 a ra 1 15 p ra Ar. Henderson winter and emerges in the spring as city is apt to remark upon thd indiEAST BOUND dialy daily No. 52. No. 54. a beautiful butterfly or a destruo-tlv- o vidual freedom which custom sanccaterpillar, Boston Transcript. tions, and which may be regarded as Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m Basketts . . . , 7 34 a ra 3 10 p ra one of the prevailing features of social Spottsville . . . 7 42 a ra 3 16 p m Menu for Luncheon. intercourse at the Capital. This may 8 50 a m 3 23 p m Reads A menu for a slmplo luncheon that be called cosmopolitan or any other Worthington . , 7 58 a m 3 30 p m requires very little work and little term which indicates a blending of Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m oxpense is ham garnished diverse elements and an ease of interGriffith . . , . 8 09 a ra 3 41 p ra with parsloy, creamed browned po- course which is tree from the sheck-l- es Mattingly . . . 8 17 a ra 3 47 p ra Owensboro . , , 8 30 a m 4 00 p ra tatoes sent to table In baking-dish- , orof the social distinctions of the 8 40 a tn 4 08 p m Pates velvet rolls and plekled cauliflower, In spite of the strong . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p m Powers , . For tho second course, oyster salad dinary city. Waltman . . . . 905 a ra 4 29 p ra and warm seafoam wafers; aud or temperance sentiment, wine continLewisport 9 13 a ra 4 36 p ra tho third, lemon jelly tinted palo ues to be dispensed as a part of the Cayce 9 19 a m 4 42 p m green and Oiled with green grapes, refreshments offered at nearly all the Falcon 9 23 a ra 4 45 p ra and coffeo. The jelly social functions. It may be added Petrie . . . . 9 29 a ra 4 51 p ra should bo allowed to stand until It that Its use and not its abuse may be Hawesville , . 9 37 a m 4 59 p m begins to harden, then pour a little one of the reasons for its place in the . 9 48 a ra 5 09 p ra Skillman . , in tho mold and lay in it a perfect Shops . . . 10 00 a m 521 p in social world. In view of the freedom Cloverport . bunch of grapes. Pour in more 10 05 a in 524 p ra universal Holt . . 10 20 a ra 5 36 p ra jelly, scatter through it single of social life, the almost Addison . . 10 23 a m 540 p 111 grapes, then moro jelly nnd grapes serving of liquor, and the extremely Stephensport . 1028 am 5 45 pm until tho mold is full. Otlior fruits youthful age at which girls now apSample . . 1037 a m 5 52 p ra may bo used, and, if it is liked, plain pear in society, it is surprising at the Pierce . . . 10 41 a m 5 57 p ra or whipped cream may be served scandals in society life are not more Lodiburg . . 10 49 a ra 6 06 p ra with tho jolly. N. Y. Post. But liberty numerous and flagrant. Webster . . 10 57 a 111 6 14 p in Irvington . . 11 05 am 6 22 p m is not license, nnd because a young Popping It Gravely. Guston , , 11 14 am 640pm girl in Washington society enjoys au Ekron . . 11 22 a ra 648 p m In putting "the question of ques- almost unrestricted freedom, it does Brandenburg 11 31am 558 pm tions," a Scotchman took his inamstrong Long Branch 11 39am 707 p m orata to his family burial ground, not follow that she has not that 1 1 47 a ra 7 14 p in Rock Haven and said: "Would yo Ho there, sense of propriety and the sense of Willowdale . 11 53 am 7 21 pm which enables her to pass Sho said sho Jeanle, Howard . . 12 02 p ra 7 30 p tn would, and thus tho thing was through temptation unharmed, West Point . 12 05 p in 7 35 P m settled. Harlem Life. Ky. Street . 12 45pm 8 15 pra .cold-boile- d Noll re. N. C Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Mr. Galen C. Westerfield has taken Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. a position with Tun Repudlicn as Mrs. general solicitor nnd collector. Any Keeper Mlzella Tanner, Poothouse Hartford. and all business entrusted to his care JUSTICES COURTS. will be promptly attended to. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs, March 2, June I, September llewnreorointnirnl lorl'mnrrli Thai 2, December 2. Contain Mercury. Cromwell Jont . Wil son, Prentis, As mercury will surely destroy the March 9, June 8, September 7, Desense of smell and complete deiangc cember 7. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-towthe whole system when entering it March 13, June 13, September through the mucous surfaces. Such December articles should never be used except 13,Buford Ben13. F. Graves, Buford, on prescriptions from reputable phy March 30, June 29, September 28, sicians, as the damage Miey will do is December 28. oil ng, Fordsville James A. ten fold to the good you can possible derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Barretts l'errv. March 16. Tune !;. September 14, December 14. Cure, manufactured by F.J. Cheney CONSTABLES. & Co.t Toledo, O , contains no merHartford Hosea Shown, Beda. cury, and is taken internally and is Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. Fords ville- -J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Che Rosine Thos. Oiler, Rosine. ney & Co. Testimonials free. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Cromjor&om ay druggist, price 75c. per well. bottle, 28 1 mo. POLICE COURTS. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. Kelly, Nnlenuinn Wnnled, Good wages to sell our Nursery Attorney.InCourt held every second Monday each month. Stock. Apply for terms. We will Beaver Da- m- D A. Miller, Judge; have for Spring and Fall, 1895, an held , Marshal. Court immense stock of Apple.Feat, Peach, first Saturday in January, April, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. July and October. Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, Also small fruits, shade Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held tal trees roses, etc. 'We make a second Saturday in January, April, specialty of wholesiling to krge July and October. L. Francis, Judge; D. planters direct. We will sell to re W.Hamilton Marshal. Roll, Court held on sponsible parties and take note paya- third Saturday in January, April, July ble in six, twelve aud eighteen and October. Rockport W, B. James, Judge; months. on Gilem, Marshal. Court Write us for wholesale prices. Ad- J. J Mondays in January, held first April, dress: July and October. Rosine J. D. flyers, Judge; H. Southern Nurskrv Co, Morris. Marshal. Court held first 8t Winchester, Tenn. 25 Saturdays in each mouth. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; XOTICX. J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held WATT ! tha TTnltfcl Tf rr nia and womaa I on fourth Saturday in January, April, luttl inltrsiua in the Oplnn and Waltkj hikita to bar oi of my bosii on Ihtta die July and October. M. Woolttj, Atlanta, U. COMMERCIAL CLUB. tun. Addrtts II. b 1 1 nt joa trt e. Uox Ml, and on wUl Meets at Court House every 2d and 4th Friday night J. S. R. Wed-dinL0rjIHYIl,I,E,HT.l.OrjIn TEX. n.n President, C. R. Martin, SecWESTBOUND daily daily. retary. No. 53. No. 51. TOWN TRUSTEES. Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m B. p. Rlngo, Chairman; W. G. Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m West Point . . 7 25 p ra 8 25 a m Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. Howard . . . . 7 30 p ra 8 28 a ra Field, John P. Morton. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Willowdale , . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m L. F. WcKrner, Rowan Holbrook, Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Sec8 13 p m 9 11 a tn retary. Ekron Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a'm RELIGIOUS. Irvington .'. . 830pm 930am Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcraan, Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u m Pastor. Services second Sunday in Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a tn each month, at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. ra. 8 55 p m 9 56 a m Prayer meeting every Thursday evenPierce Sample. . . . 9 oopm 10 00 am ing. Stepbenspoxt . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m M. E. Church Rev. E. E. Pate, Addison . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a m Pastor. Services every third Sunday Holt 917pm 10 20 a m in each' month at 11 a. in. and at 7 Cloverport . . 9 28 p m 10 33 a m p. m. Prayer meeting every WedShops . . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a m nesday night. Skillman . . , 9 43 p m 10 50 a m Christian Church Rev. I. II. Teel, Hawesville . .954pm liosara Pastor. Services first Sunday in . 10 02 p ra 11 09 a tn each month, morning and night. Petrie . . Falcon . . , . 10 07 p m 11 15 a ra SECRET SOCIETIES Cayce . . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a m Rockport Lodge, No. 312, F. & A. 18 p m 11 25 a ra M. meets regularly on the firtt and Lewisport . . 10 Waitinan . . 10 25 p m 11 33 a m third Saturday nights in each month. Powers . . . 1035 pm 11 43 am Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Pates . . . . 10 48 p m 1 1 56 a ra No. 675 P. & A. Masons, first MonOwensboro . . 10 59 p in 12 06 p m day night in each month. Alt bieth-re- n n, g, tendentHartford. We jCe&d them All" IK I prices tyle. Pattern 7 jtOQl. Jl'll-- I ' Tr;akssajJ)l-- points that makes successful JFour busiues5. No prices made so low but that wo mako them lower. MARTIN & SMITH, Ovu'nslDorO DL7u.3Lrxi.lfci.ro 204, 206 Hast Main. lUEen. Bdyteiitlou The Itepnbllrnn. f) . qLV " AKER CITY BAKING POWDER l4aoM,""irMn!rrfer." " rTsttlme. SampU Allegro.. Id lime! : f I Inn. psrt trl ma all mf QoiiraCmr IUarao Vowpia" It of all wo're foui IH'II. LUlmt a puce nuv I j tfatj rest. vviiini f auu w.avr-- fVa 01 yonruroceran-flay; iviiaieotcnniM JtrlaWtm-rl; Omit) IU your pcnnlc will r. py I II II li T n flUnt Fall nr-- harm wtll nnvrr K A WINTER'S ENTERTAINMENT reat Value Weekly slews FOR UTTUS MONEY. 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