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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895031501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' V iiaw'f 'i,"' " - iiwimmi , iipnmmilBw ana .siai. ... run iiivr.uiiftino matis 01' "inerpn""" pmwnwnr- - -i- Ljum-iimiw Pilii REPUBLICAN ARM VHHV KRASONABl.K AMD CIRCULATION IS OP VERY LARGE? The Hietdbd OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THS FOURTH Kepublican. CQM.SSIOM DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PAID YOUR flnURlOl! WE DO JOB WORK Every VOL. VII. JSJltd. . Will show how you stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanoo nnd w will sond vou Tho Loulsvllla Wookly Commorclal ono yoar iroo. surjscriDO atonca. THIS TAG HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895. THE ORPHAN. NO. 33. Latest U. S. Gov't Report (JyORY(60APJ t A P DV JOHN IIBNRV THOMAS. :t FLOAT6 W FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. THI mooTtn a OAMBUC CO, CINT1 "' J A LUCKY CHANCE, Citscpeaka Ohio and Southwe$ttrn R. ft, rrins bust DCTWIEN AND irisrw LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM AND TO CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE Ticket .Ho not purchase NORTH, CAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you hare consulted an Agent of the C. O. LIMtTIII) iii & S. W. R. R. BUI'J'HT SLUUritRS, MODURN KQUIPMKNT. i TRAINS, JOHN ECHOI.S, GtN. MaR. T. 11. LYNCH, CtN. PASS. AQT. LouiaviLi., KT. GRDVE5 sportluff procllvltlrn who lias recently ruturncd from IUiropo spends about half his time telllnfr his friends tho story of haw ho mndo a biff winning while crossing tho pond, says tho Washington News. "Wo had been out thrco days," says he, "and had exhausted nearly every means of amusement, when far away on tho horizon w sighted tho smolto of an approaching steamer. Speculation among tho sporting element at onco took tho form of tho nationality of the vessel. At length some ono suggested that wo each put ono hundred dollars into a pool, and eight of us did so. Miniature flags of the eight principal maritime nations were deposited In a bag, and each of us took a draw "Well, you can Imagine my feelings when I found that the ono I had taken was that of Italy. Tho smallncss of her navy and merchant marino becamo painfully apparent to me, and visions of a cool century gone in a moment began to roll up before my eyes. Tho English flag, by some sort of hog luck, bad fallen to an Englishman, and In his mind's eyo ho had that eight hundred dollars dead sure And how ho did chaff us. "Well, I had nothing to say, and yon can bet I played my part well until the vessel get alongside of us. Then I almost went Into hysterics, for there at hcr mast flew the banner of 8unny Italy. I was so overcome by my extraordinary luck that I spent nearly half of my winnings in pledging Italy in the best of wines beforo wo landed In New York. Tho captain of our vessel told mo af tcrward that this was tho first Italian ship he had met on tho high fccoa for five ycors." The Oood I'ortuns nf an Orrnn Trareler Who l.lk-- d to lieu Waslilnctonlan of t well-know- It la Ona mm A WHISTLING. SNAKE. or th. Deadliest Serpents round In New (lulnesu "sHBe!mW2Ii TASTELESS WARRANTED. PRICE GOcts, OAt ATT A. ILLS., NOT.JS, 138S. bu Tuii MMlelne Co., w14Imta, lio. 000 botlUi of lui rear, Unllmen: V GHOVKt TA8TELK.SS CHILL TONIC nd bar tout bl ihtm irroaa already thU year. In All our ex In Urn dmi tailou. hart ptrtetx of II BTr aoll an article thai loura ucb unlr eraal aatU yuur Tonic milr, faction I8JU8TA9 GOOD FOR ADULTS. DNIC Tr. nn Auxur.Cuui&OO HILL Utl..nn.t: l.rll.llnr.rord ti for nn1 by ar-all patent Cartats and TndeMarka KKKM. My Vuslncia conducted for MUDEIMTK ofSca lala the immedUtt vicinity of th Talent Office, and my factlitlea lor tccurf Ag patents art unturpaued Ixnd model, tVctchorphctograph of Invention, with detcrlptlon and statement at to advantage cUlmcd 4iiofharae4 mad fvr unopfnton patentability and my fee for proteculloz the application trllt not 6a ralteit br unfit th patent aJfotrarf. MmririToaa1 Gvid,"' con. talnlnc full Information tent free. All founna. rations ConsUert4 MrlttlJ ConOtttBtUI. al FRANKLIN H. HOUGH WASIIUrUTOX. U. C. 839 r Sfra.t, J, I,. Cnraoil, C.N. Carson A N J. L. Carson & Son, l Careful Estimates made on all pentering and Building. Terms sonable. Uartlord, Ky. Carrea- 1P COPYRIGHTS. I 011TA1N A PATENT? rmmpt answer ana nn none.t oplnton. writ. t. M U N N &i CO.. who h.T bid neulr Bttr . .ip.rl.ncs lath, patent bu.lneu. Communlc. of Intlonaiirlctlrconfldentlal A llnnrlbook to oband now CAN formation ooncerntnfl I'ntruta tain tbeui aent tree Alto cntalojuo of moclnn-le- al anil Kl.ntlnobookaaentfrM. l'atonta taken tbrnnali flunn A Co. receive p.clalnotloalntbeHrleiitHloAnierlrnn.an4 tbns ar. brouiibt wld.lr beinratb. publiewiib-o- ut coat to tn. Inventor, 1 bis .pl.Ddid paper, limed weeklr.eleiiantlrlllnilraled. baa brrailha laraest circulation of an; aciontiuo work In tb world. J .Tear, fample copies aent trey. Handing lyitlon. tnontblr. tiUSu. rear. Blnil. eople., 113 centa. Kierr number contain, beauof tiful plalea. In colore, and nboloarapba .how new tb. housea. wltb plana, enabling builder, to Address rate.te.lm. and aecur. contracia J1H01LWAT. W YOlllt, atll MUNN & CU, The discovery of the Horn expedition to the McDonnell ranges In Australia of a remarkable specimen of natural history called a "whistling spider," whose peculiarity consists In producing a whistling notso by tho slmplo operation of drawing its fore leg across Its jaw, seems at the moment to bo Sir William Macgregor, the administrator ot Drltlsh New Guinea, Is now In the field with another extraor-dtnat- y discovery a whistling snake. In his latest report Sir William says that a large number of deaths occurred early this year In the Ulgo district of New Guinea from snako bite. Tho administrator points out that the Island Is Infested by a small species of black snake, which la very fierce. Tho natives declare that whenever a man goes near one It rushes at him, uttering sounds which they describe as resembling a whistle. "Shortly before I was at the government station," writes Sir William Macgregor, "ono of these reptiles attacked the government agent, but was killed beforo It did any harm. A little whilo beforo a boy of fourteen years w as in tho bush near the station, when ono of these snakes mndo a rush at him with the usual peculiar whistling sound. Tho boy thought tho noiso emanated from some cockatoos In a tree and began to look for them, no did not discover his mistake until ha received a bite from the reptile, from which he dlod In a little while, In great agony." HISTORIC FAT WOMEN. Celebrities Who Were Mora or Less Disposed to Kmbonpolnt. From ancient, medieval and modern history the following facts about fat women arc gleaned! Agripplna, Nero's mother, was fat. Cleopatra, tho serpent of the Nile, as Maro Antony called her, was small and fat. Laura, Petrarch's muse, was fat, fair, with blonde hair. The Mario Flammettn whom Boccaccio loved Intensely was n brunette and fat. Elizabeth, the virgin qneen, was tall and fat, with thick red hair. Marguerite of Navarro was fat. All .Rubens' women, except his wife, were fat. All Titian's Women, except tho Madonna, were fat. Catherine of Russia was tall and fat; Louisa Stroz-t- l, for whom Alexandre dl Medici died, was rather stout. Josephine the indolent Creole, afterward empress of tho French, was fat and perfumed; Mme. Roland also. Tho un fortunate marie Aniomcuo was urn of stature, majestic and fat; Mme. do Staol, small, dark and fat, with a small viper's head, George Sand had head, but was fat and small. Uclno said of her: "Tho Wild of her body has the appearance of being a little too fat, or at least a little, too short) the head alone bears the eachot of the Ideal." Queen Isabella of Spain Is fat) Queen Victoria tho samo; Queen Margherlta of Italy la certainly going on the same way, and most of the groat singers have been noted for their embonpoint out-don- o. Beau-harnal- s, (Continued Irom last week.) Should the reader be interested in the part I was playing in the story it would probably be well to state that I had fawned atthefcet of Ruth Holmes in the hope of' developing something by which I might be able to right the wrongs of her unfortunate cousin and my hopes I believe, were about to he realized. In the Interval something more than friendship had grown up between Molllc Anderson and myself Showing my deep sympathy for Allle, Moltie had earn estly encouraged my effected devfor otion to Ruth, which had its object the righting of the wronged girl. By 9 o'clock I had everything prepared for the trip and a couple of spare hours in which to say good-b- y Suddenly I reto Mellie. membered that a new drama was in progress at the Grand Theotre, and I would doubtless find Mollie at the show. I hurried out to the Theatre and passing down the aisle I quickly discovered Mollie. She was without an escort, but to my chagrin, she occupied a scat directly in front of the Time was precious and by Holmes. liberally tapping an usher I addressed a note to Mollie, and we were soon in her parlor. I hastened to acquaint her with my trip to Colorado, supposing the cature of it as much as possible, and leaving a promise of her to write me fully and promptly any new development In Holmes' in fact this was my principle anxiety to see her before starting. Arriving at the De Rosa Mine I found matters much as I expected. Recent developments in the one abandoned mine revealed the richest silver bearing quartz ever wrung Irom Colorado hills and the lew thousands invested some years before by the luckless Lester Ragon were now worth I more than a half million dollars. had really little difficulty in my work. The claims were not contested and the dividends ofthe three years of operations were carefully reserved to his credit. Mrs. Holmes witnesses, a couple of worthless cusses, appeared in good time, fairly burdened with certificates of good character from well known persons, hut it must be said that they were either lorgeries or were obtained through the clever dipI lomacy oi the artful matchmaker. had little difficulty in inducing them to accept n second bribe, and soothed my conscience by the reflection that I had only bribed them to tell the irsj to Allie jilting Bernad for the estute lawyer, she said: "Bernard has no one to blame but Had he pressed his suit as himself. the lawyer did. he could easily havi won. Allie's lot became unbearableand she decided to accept Castello's proposal, since she had no other to ac- Highest of all in Leavening Power. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Baling Rc54i ti , cept." 4 "Then Bernard had never proposed to her?" "He had not." "Then I will look him up and he can start lor Cairo at once." "Too late now Castello left on the 3 o'clock train yesterday afternoon." 'Jly thunder!" Ir exclaimed.- with emphasis, "he can use thetelegraph," It and I went on a search for him. was noon and I found him at home. Without waiting for'an invitation I dropped into a chair. "It is not too late yet," I began, but I had not preceded farther when he handed me a St. Louis paper and pointed to the head lines of an article which read: "A terrible disaster The Steamer City of St. Louis goes on the rocks in Sunday night's storm Among and many lives are lost." the list of the missing was the name The genuine sorof Allie Ragon. row depicted on Bernard's face was His bold spirit which indescribable had so nobly subdued itself the previous night, was unable to resist the shock of this sadder news. I thought it charitable to leave him alone, and I My sought seclusion in ray office. scrupulous for to secure justice for the wronged and defenseless orphan was worse than wasted. I had resorted to some means which though justified by ray conscience, were condemned by the stern letter of the law, and I could hope for little leniency from the cruel, heartless matchmaker, when While she learned of ray perfidity. deeply absorbed in an effort to prepare for an interview with Mrs. Holmes when she should arrive, my door opened and for thefirst time in many months, Ralph Castello entered it. "Have you seen the SULouis Re- I &8ZZ553 ABSOLUTELY PURE awWClCr OWBNSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Dnviets and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Offics, Bank of Commerce Building. Jnn.B. Ulenn, LAWYER, J.H.lt. Weil ill DC, down to Cairo to consult some parties in regard to the most effective method of searching for the missing body. About 1 o'clock one of Mr. Hatter's children, drawing a bucket ot water from the river, discovered a small bottle tightly corked, in the bucket. The child was about to toss it back into the river when I thought I discovered something in it. I took the bottle and drew from it a scrap of course paper on which was written, note with pen or pencil, but scratched with a pin, a note which read: "For Heaven's sake help, I am detained on this awful boat, I am promised with death. Aiab Ragon." The girl in her haste or excitement had omitted to either name or locate the boat, upon which she was detained. I said nothing of my discovery, but closely questioned Mr. Hatter about the occupants of a number of family, fishing and tradesman's boats that lay some distance above his. "I have got to live among these people," he said, "and there are among them whose envy I am not anxious to Incur by publishing their AS HUNTINGTON VIEWS IT.j HARTFORD, KY. Prophecy That Tho Noxt (Offlce, over Anderson's Bataar.) Fivo Yoars Will Bo Will practice their profession the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining Good Busi uosa LAWYERS, in alt coun'k.1' GLENN & WEDDING, Onos. "I shall be very much surprised if this country does not have from now on five as good business years as it has known within fifty years. Theforegoingdeclaration was made by Collis P. Huntington, President of the Southern Pacific railway sysi tem, in reply to the request for his opinion regarding the railroad and general business situation, says a New York dispatch to the St. Louis t. ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary rublio for Ohio county. craraes uftw. Smith, PRiY square. M. L. HEAVRIN. I JT AW HAItTFOnD, KY. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court oi Appeals. Special Attention given to collections. Office east sido of publio SIIEI.BY TAYtpn. & TAYLOR, JABLEtVSnil iCUflES A 8URB P BUCK EYE llUM OINTMENT NOTHING BUT PILES. 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Trees out down are loft to rot, corded wood neglected for years, large pines felled and burned whero they lay for hunters' fires, all proclaim the wastefulness of the human denizen or visitor. Every forest, oven close up on the edge of clvlllzatlou, Is a tangle ot fallon trunks, blown or rotted down. They Ho In every direction, some still lntaet for their whole length, other mingled with the soil, burlod In leaves and vegetation. No Law Against It. A prisoner in India recently, on be ing released, revengeu uiraseu on iug assistant commissioner who had senf of tenced hlra by outtlng off his mustache while he wdo sleeping was out of doors on a hot night It then found that there was no way of punishing him under tho penal codo, for, while cutting tho hair of a native Is punishable as dishonoring the per- ' son, there Is no suoh provision for Englishmen, and tho bodily harm done i was too alight to bo considered an offense. one.-hal, I Vfast.il Forests. public?" he asked. rendezvous of tits most desperate "Yes, awful, isn't it?" "Terrible, and Allie was in sight of characters afloat the Mississippi." I strolled up the river and dropped her destination." in to see the occupants of The Dixie. "Were the bodies all recovered?" "I was so shocked that I did not A party of tough looking citizens read the full details. No, a few.Allie were seated around a small dirty table, each with a stack of chips sugamong them, have not been recovered, and I want to send some one gestive of the game, so deeply engagthere to see that her body is found ed as to take no notice of my coming. I readily picked out the three permai and brougnt home for burial." "But Mrs.Holmes will see to that," nent occupants of the boat, by .the descriptions given me ol them by I suggested. The two elder of the here at 4 Mr. Harter. e "Mrs. Holmes o'clock this afternoon and judging trio were burly giants, who had apby her indifferent treatment of the parently passed the middle mile truth in the major.patt of their testi- girl while living, I should not expect post of life, and were as hard looking mony. her to very solicitous about the re- specimens of humanity as I have ever By a liberal use of Mrs. Holmes' covery of her body. McLean," he met in more than a dozen State priswell recommended witnesses' and a continued, "lets bury thelittle bitter- ons I have visited in as many differ-eStates. The third was a young I little artifice ol my own I succeeded ness that his existed between us. in establishing my authority to act want you to render me a service, for lad, who had barely reached his ma lor the absent girl, and disposed of which all tjie favors I can do you in a jority; he was of small statue, and the three hundred shares in the De a lifetime will leave me still your his almost feminine leatures and pleasRosa Mines held by Lester Ragon, debtor. I want you to go to the ant voice were in sharp contact with deceased, and placed the six hundred scene of the di saster and spair no the coarse vulgar appearance ot his thousand dollars received for them in pains or expenses to find the body ol associates, yet he possessed that indescribable appearance which sugthe First National bank ol LtadvilleH Allie Ragon." gested that what he hud gained by to the credit oi Allie Ragon. did not appreciate the opportuniI The morning I prepared to return I ty of going on the unpleasant errand birth had been so far overcome by haud-som- e was surprised and chagrined by a as the hireling of the wealthy law- his training, that despite his face and pleasant manners, he work could letter from Mollie. "Mrs. Holmes," yer, especially since the she wrote, "learning oi Allie's intenbe better accomplished by some of impressed me as a man little better to marry Ralph Castelln, has the river rats, who better understood than his criminal associates. tion (Continued next week.) gone with Allie and Ruth for a visit the business and I declined to underShe take it. Castello had hardly closed to some relations at Cairo, 111. Ojruter Supper In Fordaville. expected the girls to spend the winter the door when Bernard rushed in. One of the grandest affairs that there, but Allie told me last night "Mr. McLean," said he, "Mrs. Fordsville has ever enjoyed was an that Ralph will iollow in a few days, Holmeshas telegraphed that she would Oyter Supper given by the Ladies She- - has Aid Society last Satuarday and they will be married there." arrive here this afternoon. night a left Cairo with Allie's body still week ago, for the benefit of the My anxiety increased with my reI am going to start for the Christian Church. The supper was flections. I had hoped to see the noble sacrifice of Bernard Wately res wrecked steamer at 4 o'clock and I given In the Christian Church. Earwarded by the object of his devotions, want you to go with me. Mollie An ly in the evening the welcome guests but this disappointment bore a source derson is over at the house nnd she pouring in in large numbers, until to the building was well packed. The ol danger to me, for in ray anxiety to asked me to add her importunities tables were arranged In the afternoon the mine, that you go with me." place Lester Ragon's property in I went over to Bernard's house and by our good, beautiful and generous-hearte- d hands of its rightful heir, I had used waiteresses, all who are some forged certificates of authority, spent the few hours interviewing Bern-ar- d among the belles ol o'lr town. The and Castello, who had never forgiven Mollie and Mrs.Whateley while made a hasty preparation for the first table was attended too by Sallie lor me playing the sneak detective, as he termed it, might give me seri- trip. The two ladies were as much and Anna, who by theirgentle.modest ous trolible.but the unexpected thous- upiet over the horrible accident os ways, like magic drew the people to The second table was himself, apparently, and their table. ands would probably appeal to his con- Bernard they told me many incidents of the honered with Grace and Abble, who, and I hastened home. Bernscience ard met me at tliedepotandinsistcdon young lady's character, illustrating by their charming ways, shook the my going to spend the remaing part her quiet resignation to her unhappy money from the liberal guests as a We were no lot in the family ol her heartless and big tree casteth her untimely figs of the night with him. With the blessings of when she is shaken of the mighty sooner within his pleasant home thaa cruel aunt. Mollie and Bernard's mother we en- winds. The third table was attended of his bitter dishe began telling me appointment by Allie leaving the tered the saloon of the Ivanhoe.as she by Amble and Mirtie, two of our wincity for an extensive visit to relatives lay at the wharf, to begin our sad ning stars, who did us great service. Before the Ivanhoe had The fourth and last table was cared at Cairo, without a parting word or journey. evcu iuforming him of her intended started a Western steamer landed for by Clara and Jessie, with Marie y trip. As much as I dreaded to stab against her and while standing on as assistant, all who by their prepared table and gleeful ways afresh his already bleeding heart, I the Ivanhoe's bay watching the pasresolved for him to know the worst sengers of the Western boat as they drew multitudes to them. Miss Nora and told him that it was appointed passed ofl her deck to the wharf I dis- Martin was there and helped all the for Castello to Iollow a few days later covered Mrs. Holmes and Ruth; I sweet lassies to entertain the large congregation. Miss Clifton, with her and the wedding to take place at slunk away to my state room and there till the boat pulled out class of vocalists, rendered us music Bernard sat meditatively for Cairo. We arrived at the of the most excellent character, alt some moments, then with a spirit of from the whatf. resignation, the like of which I have lated spot, five miles above Caifb.one the while. Everything went off nice-l- y The sunken steamer's and with so much success that no seldom witnessed, threw a pack of alternoon. cards upon the table and invited me chimneys were all that gave evidence one will be surprised when the large Among the white advertising sheets don the letWe played lor oi the terrible disaster. to a game of cinque. some time and he talked as nierlly as inhabitants ol the small town we met ters that signifying the glorious Casaii'.k. if he had just returned from the with a man by the name of Harter, dawning of another, He mirthful scenes of a royal banquet. who owned a floating tin shop. Wituffd, His manly courage induced meto rank had some years before floated down Everybody to know that Groves and Bernard had the Mississippi, him high above the fickle girl that Tastless Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to had played him false, yet there was known him then. In the absence of Cure Chills and fever, Lagrlppe Bad something ' unaccountable about the a respectable hotel we arranged to Colds &c, or your money will be matter and the next morning I has- stop with him while there. Early in refunded in every Instance. Sold by tened to Mollie fqr an explanation. the evening we told Mr. Harter oi William & Bell, Halt ford Ky. My timidity Induces me to pass over our business and he readily promised the first incidents of our meeting, but whatever assistance he could give us. I An Advertisement In th. paper Is in answering my questions in regard Karly next morning Bernard went worth two la. Ism., will-arrivnt d; delic-ousl- short comings." Upon my assuring him that I would have no occason to disclose any information he might give me, he pointed toward a long narrow boat painted a dull green color, laying a furlong up the river, on the sides of which, in large white letters, was the somewhat suggestive name, "The Dixie." "That boat," he continued, "is ostensibly a bar room, but is in fact a gambling hell of the lowest character. It was towed up here form the South some where, and has since been the "Times are already better and they are going to improve, "continued Mr. Huntington. "The country is comparatively barren of goods, and it must be supplied. I think that there is more confidence on the part of business men. I met an old lriend the the other day who told me that he had been looking forward for a long time in the hope of seeing better prospects. He admitted that he could not see anything. I said to him, 'Why look forward? That Is futile. Nobody ever saw You should look backward. You can see what happened yesterday. Just take a mental survey of your business career of fifty years, and carefully consider the important events in their succession, and in their relation to one another. Then turn the whole thing over, and you may expect in the future. Conditions are pretty sure to repeat themselves.' "In my business experience of sixty years I have never known more than three good years in ten on an average, and there usually have been three pretty bad years in the same ten. Now the last ten years were rather unsteady; that is, we did not have a really satisfactory period within the decade. Therefore I calculate that the time has come forau improvement and a protracted period of solid Of course, there are agiprosperity. tators and skeptics, who still keep up their dismal talk. I don'tthink such talk amounts to anything. I guess and It is the privilege of every Yankee to guess that we are going to have five years of good business." What Kentucky Meeds, More work and less talk. More business and less politics. More legal hangings less lynchings. More econemy and less extrava-gencMore HEAVRIN Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Kt. I.D.aUFJT. G-XLff- B.D.RIN80 SB I2133LETO, jttorneys ggt aw. aEswtroia.. 3Eaatvaclcy. Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. ' Collections and all legal business attend edto. Office 329 E. Market St. R. 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 Home. W. H. EAR1VTES pntTAT M Hartford, Ky. practice his profeseion in I1 courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Sped- muuiiuu g.vcu l,u UUllVUllUUf, Office over Carson & Co, WILL e. school houses and fewer Jo. B. ROGERS. sa- loons. More churches and fewer distillers. More plow horses and fewer race horses. More men to stick to the farm and fewer to regulate finance. The same justice to a murderer that a horse thief gets. An Improvement in the public highways. A reduction in all th: salaries to meet the increase purchasing power oi money. Men in public life who do not belong to corporations. The rigid enforcement of the laws against bribery and perjury. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Rktub- - lioan Building. J. R. PIRTLE lion's Tills! We offer One Hundred Dollars ReHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Is prepared to do any and all kinds F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., To- of Dental Operations, Prices nisst ledo, O. We the undersigned, haVe reasonable. Office over Williams 8c known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 Bell's Drug Store. years, and believe him perfectly honorably in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wusr & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Tledo,0. Waiding.Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole-- DENTIST si- & ffsms Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces oi the system. Trice 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials iree. The Prohibition convention, which concluded its labor at Louisville-las- t week nominated the following ticket : For Governor, T B. Demaree, of Louisville; for Lieutenant-GovernoCrit. G. Hughes, of Bowling Green; for State Treasurer, H. B. Asbury, of Augusta, Bracken county; for State Auditor, Jame M. Ragsdale, of county; for Register of the Land Office, S, E. Sampson, of county; for Attorney-Genera- l J. Scott B. Flnnell, of Georgetown, county; for Secretary of State, Mrs, Frances B, Beauchamp.of Lexington, Fayette county; for Superintendent ol Public Insttuctslons, Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, of Versailles, Woodford county;for Commissioner of Agriculture, labor and statistics, S, B. Wei-do- n of Crlttendon county; for United States Senator, R. S. Easton, of r, keu La-RHen-dorso- a. DENTIST. Is prepared to do all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Offlce over J. W. Ford & CVs Feed Store. "W- - 3D. XjiXJOBI, Hartford, Kentuokt, Mmk let live." and Bier Will draw drafts from a nice, ieat cozy cottage up to a fine two ittw bouse. Will draw plans iree ( charge. Will make careful ettiwat. on all kinds oi buildings, and restoifV al old bouses. Motto "LIto aM ELECTRIC TELEtttOftE oatrifBt, tvo nat. mo nial , MaptoA asaj I Ra14 boma, leMaita latala WKki lYoau 4 (oMpw altbu. rwidvoM vmuu ft Mia M tM On in Mlit. bur. FUliutntufoU,4 lotas fiM aajwbora. any dUUjjcm. Okuaplat, iulf lai visa wp u UB mop, war ana disc. unwuNO taaast aslllf 01 .uM.,Ht''-Ht- ti .ayHs"- .Km" aaiiraWaiaft'.lWiiasiy.llai Ufa ., rMJew-iA- .'atilitomV"-jlfriHiirl-i: Wilt fistrtaTin iJk' . a && i'pyiiWWj'qpajiiPi'w h mmmwmm " ii'w'ywr'iiiwiiipiwi"t mwmmrmmmvw. mm. w pmv - 'mmmim - mimmv'vmvMm """"'i iipiWlvwitlipliipiwuiiiiiPt-- pmy wmftp iflwwmglW1'' 'aypprw ' 7'''ffimiljmmm'mr ,lJ"f'!,l'",i.w B 1 LOOK! '; tucky. LOOK I 11 L THE CASH ST 69 H E Has an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Good, Ladies Dress Goods, Spring Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen. I l V"l r LARGE STOCK. OF CLOTHING - I j . For Men, Boys and Children, also a nice line of Hats for Boys and Men, cheaper than they can bo sold auy where else in KenThe ladies are requested to call and examine our line of fine carpeting. Cheaper than the cheapest. AVhile atprices. tending Court visit the Mammoth Cash Store. Everything bought at hard-tim- e HJILU J. B. FOSTER, Proprietor. -- .? STOCK I CONVENTION. BAY FIX US IN YOUR MIND And when yon want Furniture, and look around and get quainted. Our stock full of good things, not expensive but yet stylish and up-to-date. r1 Jit. t li rV , i ! ( ,- -. i V I I. I mysterious wander, or a mysterious Mits. Hettie Lafkoon, wifo of ing now to do is to undo what was something, prolucing changes hardHon. Folk Lafloon, died at her homo really accomplished by Benton, Cally less mysterious than those wrought in MadisonviHo last Saturday, niter houn and Jackson somo sixty years PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ago, confirmed in 1853, and made being sick for several weeks. Attended the Commi- by the fabled ungicians of which we "C. J." permanent in 1873." NAM A. AMU.nSO.V ....I'roprietor. read. Judge W. S. Taj lor, ot llutler, ... jo. ii. iiouriM Etlltor. ttee Meeting and Felt tho timo for holding the Repub The is maliug many friends and RepubThe political complexion of tho licau State Convention was very un- next Congress is Friday, March 15, 1895. licans will have to hunt a long time Pulse of Leading as follows: Repub fortunately selected. Coming as it licans, 242;Dcmocrats,104; Populists, before they can find a stronger aud Republicans. STATE SENATOR. come acdocs on May 29th, it will neccssarial-l- y 6, and better man for the Attorney General's Silventes, 1. There are three Wit arc authorized to announce continue over the 30th, which is vacancies: A. place than the man from glorious old is J. Campbell (Rep.), And Compliments Judge Dr. A. D.James, Cutler, with her magnificent Repub Decoration Day. Tho Committeo New York, deceased, George A. Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate should have a call meeting and change Post Morton, Dan F. Tracy lican majority. Illinois, (Rep.), for State Senator in the Sth Senatorial deceased, moderate-priced- , District, subject to the action of the the date to about May 15th. A more confident setot RepublicIt the andJ.C. Burrows, ( Rep . ), and Others. Republican party. ans never met together belore, than date should remain as it now stands, Michigan, resigned to take a that hundreds of delegates will be kept seat in tho Senate. Bradley is his Choice for were those who nttendedregretted meet The ReREPRESENTATIVE. very week. It away. publicans, therefore, elected to the George ing lastthat Hon. was W. Lewis I J.j XUi), ai'C U lllUgC 01 Jnil'nitUl'e, WO Will Governor and We are authorized to annouuee . ,?, , much John 11 next House 25 members, tho Demo Esq. W. I. Rowe, Long for Treasnil L11U HHHU IlKUiy JUUKU II CUSLOIIlfcr could not be present, because of imThe Louisville Commercial admin- crats IO4, tho Populists 0, and tho Of Centertown, as a candidate to repportant business in Washington isters tho following well deserved Silverites 1; urer. of you. us total, 350. resent Ohio county in the Lower Circuit Court which was then, and slap to the House of the next General Assembly, a Miss Sara Collins, the Milliner for subject to the action of the RepublicReadable Letter From now, in session. I obtained a knowledge of the tteud of public qpiiiion, an party. Courier-Journis very de- Western Kentucky, is in the East, "The of a Versatile Pen. trom representative Republicans in sirous of haviug eorao of our colored buying Milliner goods for Carson & The Gorman Tariff reduced the du- fellowcitizens nonored with public Co. sales. nil sections of the State and find him REPUBLICANS IN THE LEAD. the coming man, the sentiment beiug ty on eggs from five to three cents oflico, and will doubtless urge upon The Income Tnx. Yet another letter of instructions per dozen and during the four months the nest Democratic convention the almost universal in his favor. Lebanon, Kv.. Match 11, 1895. relative to beginning September 1 last we hove selection of one as a candidate upon says the Courier-Journas The little boom started by the the next Democratic State ticket. the perplexing income tax subject I think the Republicans were, very Louisville Tost, or more correctly the imported nearly 2GO,000 dozen eggs Its new born love the American for at a loss to our farmers amounting to citizens of African descent doubtless has been received by Internal Reve- generally, disappointed in the time little boom the Louisville Post tried F1111 829,042. arises from the evident necessity of nue Collector Johnson from the Com- fixed for holding our State Convento start, for Gus Willson, is now tion. It is a little singular that the thought to be entirely slid born, it is missioner at Washington. It leads: securing all the help possible to avert 112 The Steamer, Longfellow, sunk in impending Democratic calamity." "First 'Money and the value of committee should have diflered, by a not believed it ever breathed after personal property' is held by this of- - large majority, from so large a major-fic-e Ohio River at Cincinnati last Satthe birth. to be acquired within the mean- - ty ol the common people of the party urday, and several lives were lost. Kate Field's Waihington in n reSo the one who fathered it will not The boat struck a pier of the bridge cent issue gives the following bit of ing ot that term in the income tax on that question. Oral- be even entitled to courtesy. 5 The Republicans, as they have here! and one side was crushed in. It was information regarding a well known law at the time said money or personley will therefore b nominated by al property passes from the custody tofore been the minority party in heavily loaded with freight, which quadruped; Bad soda spoils good flour. acclamation and the united and har5 will be almost a total loss. "The captain of one of tho great and control of the courts into the Kentucky, though they should have monious Republicans will sweep down Pure soda the best soda, comes ndha4, L. hands of the beneficiary, or into the had the closing argument in this mat steamers which ply between New Or. upon the divided and discredited only in packages. The Indiana Legislature adjourned leans and the Central American ports hands of a trustee or other person, ter of a convention, but, of course, we Democrats redeeming poor old KenMonday night in a row in comparison estimates that every steamer sailing who holds the same for the sole use submit gracefully to the will ol our tucky from their rotten rule ami placbearing this trade mark.y from New Orleans carries away with and benefit of said beneficiary. constituted authorities for that is M to which reports say, "pandemonium It costs no more than inferior package soda Im wvv ing her again in her tine and proud it from three hundred to four hunm r vfil "Second Actual losses on sales "what they were there for." The Speaker of dred rats which never come back. was a grave-yard.- " never spoils the flour always keeps soft. position as or.c of the first States in ot real estate purchased since DecemI am glad that Republicans, are in the House and President o"f the Sen What this means will be seen by sup g Beware of imitation trade marks and labels, ber 31, 1891, may be deducted from no sense, the team of wild horses the the Uuion.. ate wouldn't gee, the latter and the posing that there are twenty steamers It Is rough on the people, who had S and insist on packages income as a business loss under the Democrats are sometimes compared Governor had a row and the members engaged in the fruit trade, and that ??ete?25 bearing theso words Section to; nor are we, in any gathering from no hand in it, placing Democrats in each makes on an average twenty trips specific provisions of law. turned themselves into a howlingmob. a year; this would make four hundred 38 of the income tax law in stating cotnty convention, to a National power, but it is a lesson that experience only can teach. The people of steamer departures. If each steamer The price of salt was greatly re- took away from two hundred to three the various sources o! income liable Congress, the wild indisciplined bod- the United States have tempted fate This arises from the to taxation provides that 'profits ies they are. duced under Frotection but it is now hundred rats on each trip, at least Kxdt only by CHURCH & CO , New York. Sold by grocers everywhere. realized within the year from sales of fact the Republican party has well pretty iar, in turning this couutiy o on the free list. But it is true, nevone hundred thousand rats would be WrIU for Arm and lUtnrair Dok el vilu.M. Rccljwi-I'RE- C. real estate purchased S within two defined principles and its utterances over to the tender mercies of the ertheless that our imports of salt Inst carried away yearly. If each of the years previous to the close of the year are uniform on the great questions of Democratic puty, and had the patty pounds, other ships that come to New Orleans year exceeded 420,000,000 should carry away two hundred rats for which income is estimated' shall the day, and the Republicans know been a little less destructive in its while in 1893 our imports of that a trip, the total yearly exodus would be included. and understand them, and they act methods, the evil would have not commodity amounted to only As it is, we bo three hundred thousand." "In construing 'the deductions al therefore in harmony, while the Dem been corrected to soon. Free Trade always helps In view of which we aro constrain lowed for loss es within the year on ocrats professed principles only as are saved from destruction and a lesCondensed News, the foreigner as against the home pd to remark, ''Rats." sales of real estate purchased within matters of convenience and what is son is taught that will senc the presStories, ent generation. No further destrucmanufacturer. two years previous to the year for convenient for one, is not convenient Miscellany, which income is estimated,' this is for another, and so the fua begins tion can go on, but nothing good of "THE CRIME OP 1873." We announce in this issue Esquire an affirmative character can be accomUnder tho above caption tho Louis- held by analogy and fair constitut- when a body of those impracticables Women's Department, V. I. Rowe, of Centertown, as a can plished, until G rover, the great, can pree ville Post of tho 11th, inet.. has an ion to mean the same period covered get together. to readers of this Children's Department, didato for the Republican nomination be disposed of and then we will start Speaking of these impracticable able article on the Silver Question. by the provisions requiring the re.paper on a new area of prosperity such as Agricultural Department, for Representative from Ohio county. The Pott is a Democratic paper, but turn of profits, and therefore the lat- bodies remind us of the late Congress the world has seldom seen. Any one sending in a Mibscriptios Esnuiro Rowe needs no words of com In the me of a remark Political Department, it seems horo of lato to be getting ter provision is construed to extend and that reminds mean time Kentucky, which has from to this paper for one year, accotnpan-c- d mendation. His eminent ability and pretty sound on some things. In the to the close of the year, as the same made to me on the 4th inst., by an its inherent strength, been able to by Jr. as , the regular price of Tin Answer to Correspondents, unquestioned integrity are known to is specifically provided in the former. old Virginia Democrat.for years a course of the article the Pott says: RnruntiCAN, will be sent free of Editorials, all the people. He would make a ot this city, in regard to that stand for so long what the Nation "Third Debts contracted prior to charge for one year a copy of The Everything, "Tho gentlemen who talk so much He said it was the only could scarcely stand for two years, model Representative, and if nomithe year 1894 and found in said year Congress. ot the 'crime of 1873'and whodemaud Weekly Commercial a will have taken her positiou among Ivouisville WILL I1E POUND IN THK nated will carry the county by a that silver bo restored to tho positiou to be worthless can not be deducted body of men that had come squarely large paper, filled with up to the Episcopal litany .wherein it the good Republican States and on from which it was taken do not care from income for said year. Weekly Qoarier-Journ- al rousing majority. more news than nny other metropoliis said, "we have done those things the high road to prosperity herself. to familiarize themselves with our fi A Democratic AiUlce From a Money I.fm'tr. A bright future is before the State tan weekly. In speaking of the appointment of nancial history. Newspaper. "Here's your money," said a City we ought not to have done and left and the Nation. HKNRYWAT- Absolutely correct market reports. C. J. "In 1873,'accordiug to Laughliu's Hall officer,handing$i to Congressman Wilson to the PostmasTHRSQN. IWitor. a lawyer as- undone those things we should have You can get n Iree sample copy of find a History ot ter Generalship by President Cleve- simple legal Bimetallism, of 'wo which sociate. Smilingly he added: "You're done, and there is no soundness in recognition that The Weekly Commercial by sending PRICK, $1.00 A YEAR. land tho American Economitl says had been the immediate result of the a robber, a usurer, to exact compound us." I thought that a good one for your name to that paper. The Weekly Courier-Journmales an uncompromising Pemocrat. that the appointment is ' by far the act ot 1853, and which bad been an interest on such a loan." Send in yoar money and very liberni terms to agents. Sample wisest official action that President admitted fact in tuo history of our The meeting of the State Central "Yes, but I wanted to give you a copies of the paper and PremiumS'up-plemeCleveland has ever performed" and coinago during the preceding twenty lesson on the evils of borrowing," Committee at Louisville, on the 6th years. In 1853 it had been agreed to said sent free to any address. continues: "Tho tocl that tho Presithe lawyer. "It's a pernicious Inst., brought together quite a repreaccept'the situation by which wo had Write to t. Co,, dent used in wrecking American in. come to have gold for largo payments practice, because it is a habit easily sentative body ot Republicans from Louisville, Ky. dustries and ruining American labor and to relegate silver to a limited ser- acquired and leads to very bad re- all sections of the State, other than The Hartford Rni'UBMCAN and the If that meeting lms now been laid aside upon a shelf vice in tho subsidiary coins. Tho act sults. The money lender usually the committeemen. dolWeekly Courier-Journwill be sent gets the big end of the loan, unless is an indicator theconvention on May where it will bo harmless. The mas- of 1873, however, dropped tho coins the loan is unsecured, in which case, the 29th will be a rouster. Although niece out of to any address for $1.75, Address' ter mechanic in tho art of destruction lar discontinuing tho list of silver of Addiess orders to Tub RXl'UBMCAN, tho coinago the nine Tint RrsruiiMCAN, Hartford, Ky. will never fiud another tool bo ready, In times out of ten, the loanee is we missed the accomplished editor of the act of 1873 thereby Hartford, Ky. so willing or so well moulded to tho silver dollar, worsted. Take my ndvice, don't bor Tub RErunuCAN there, Ohio county '" shano of his hand, nor will he ever simply recognized a fact which had row at any price." was represented in magnificent form been obvious to everybody sinco 18 19. again have occasion to uso ouo. Our modest gentlemanly, though firm ) Then addressing a group of interIt did not introduce anything new, R A N Rev, Fred D. Hale, tho Owens or begin u new policy. Whatever is ested friends, the lawyer said: "Com- aud positive, member of the commit Mrs. Haute auplon ONK OIVISS RKUItr. Globo-Democr- at to bo said about tho demonetization of pound Interest is a funny thing to tee, Hon. C. M. Carnett, was present Dukedom, Tenn. boro divino, is tho editor of tho Da- silver, as a fact, must center in tho run up against. Not long ago the Dank as he is at all committee meetings, is(semi-weekly- ) viess County llapt'ut, in whoso last Silver was not driven ot 1853. Unblier NlnniiK. act of Knglaud had to pay a large sum to not by proxy but in person, and to If you want a Rubber Stamp from a sue appeared u synopsis of a sermon out of circulation bv tho act of 1873 settle a compound note for $25, which whom we arc indebted for courtesies. $1.50 single name up to a large size busion Woman's Huflrage by Rev. Halo which omitted the dollar of 4I25 The almable Judge Morton and the 8lck Hoadacho and Neuralgia Curod had been mislaid for many years. cirness Stamp, call on or write to Gqlen some weeks ogo. Among other spicy grains, sinco it had not been in by Hood's. culation for moro than twenty fivo The custodian of the note claimed genial Dan Tracy were nlso there, C. Westerfield Manufacturer ol Rub" Ilood'f SanapirllU hti done mo a jjroat things contained in the sketch is tho years, in tooJ Uongrcss advisedly $3,000,000, but was glad to accept a mixing with the brethren, watching deal o( food. I havo been a sufferer from ber Stamps.Haitford, Ky. following: continued in motion tho machinery compromise for a much smaller sum. the signs of the times, even the Louislolc headache and neuralgia nearly all my ''" "Saloon keopers, bawdy houses fre- which kept tho silver dollar out of cir- The loan I made life. The pains had bocorao bo Interne by way of a ville Times, as it beholds the apand selfish, culation, anil, as wo havo seen, quenters, wicked voters Tho bust insuranoo polioy that my hands would cramp (or hpura bo It proaching dissolution of its lost De that I could not uee them. The doctor scheming politicians, aro among tho avowed its intention tocreatoa eluglu joke, offers an interesting study, against butunoss failuro is an George Long, in alt the is payable in 100 years (or earlier, if mocrncy. The llarlloril riiola tar. This, then, was tho most bitter antagonists of woman suf- gold standard. told my huaband there wa little help tor ollootlvo Advortlsomont. ma. The different medicines tried had A D. Taylor, the I3caver Dam frage; while on tho other hand oio act which really excluded silver dol. possible) at compound Interest, at the fullness of his well deserved popularBlncoualugtwo I hope Long wilt not lars from our currency. has located his Photo Car found many of tho purest, most deA vast deal end of 100 years. Attherate of Interest ity was there. UIm of Hood'a Baraaparllla I bar realvout, and noblest men and women of of rhetoric has been wasted on tho charged, 1 per cent., the borrower or have any opposition in his race for ized relief, ao much ao t hat I feel Ulcea new in Hartford and will make Pictures the earth, And many others, of tho act of 1873, but its importance is his heirs will owe me $175. Now if I the nomination for Treasurer. No here every Monday Baraa-paril- la nil day A law which sarao class, ore joining them, as fast greatly ovorrated. man can make a better officer and for In the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Now in merely recocuized oxistiasr conditions had charged 4 per cent interest he or as their eves aro onened. and tho ' menTaylor will be found at his home fluence of their early environments is cannot bo compared with tho law his heirs would owe me $5,050 at the many reasons "too tedious to gallery in Seaver Dam balance of the By charging usu- tion" I think the nomination should person. Oar little boy Woman's voto is all in which had for its object to establish end of 100 years. overcome. has been troubled time. We are glad to say he ranks this world that will olosa tho saloons these conditions, and this statos the rious rates of interest, say 13 per be accorded him. Our old friend Dr. with hu throat but of this nation the saloon, which Is relative forco of the act of 1853 and cent. Well, I'd have due In the year Walton was there shaking hands with alnce taking Ilood'a Baraaparllla, aorenesa up with the ablest Photographers in ono that of 1873.'" tho greatest enemy of her home." work guaranA. D. 1995, at the rate of 24 percent, the faithful and wondering how it and hoaraeneaa have gone and be la better the State. First-clasIn health." It lis. The article closes with this perti- interest the original $1 would accum was, any how, that he hailed from a Dukedom, Tennessee. JIATTIHGetOuiton, teed. It is needless to say that tho argutwonty-fiv- o Hood's. comes he takes ltj "When ulate in a century Just $3,551,799, ment throughout is up to dato on tho nent remark: Republican district. That old district Hood'a Pills become the favorite cauur-ti-e If there beauty Is isone'be makes it." with everyone who trlti them. 25c, per bo. over which John Lewis had waived a side of tho fence. "What tho free silver men nro try 404." Buffalo Courier. Hartford Republican back-baude- d Courier-Journa- l: al TRY once anyway, if only for 25c. kitchen chair. A little sometimes marks tho beginning an extended friendship and largo WE iill mail orders promptly and the same if you were here. JLavl ille Bliss e Sens B.S. WOLF, W. Main, Owensboro. , AVOID BuIK Soda w ARM AND HAMMER soda 03esnaaeaeeoaaataoQao0ootaaaaeaeoS WEEKLY 0. THE LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL BE w res-ide- ten-pag- eight-colum- n nt GET TWO PAPERS CouiunR-JouRNA- FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. The Republic n 1 and St Louis I P S Gave New Life for per year, for subscribers who pay up and one year in advance. Hood ' Cures ar ivtV Remember you get tho York Tribune and The for dollar and conts. Hrpurhoan s both year, for one Ml M ntagjflB BE "'ly.WHILflW Awarded Mlglust Honors World's Fair. n m Mr. I.ce I),, Stc veins has Mr. W. N. Martin has pnenmonla. Carson & Co's new goods are com- .returned ing in. BEAVER DAM. Newsy Lcttor Prom Noighborino Town Our OWalt and see our new goods. Carson & Co. Mr.R.J. Daniel, Beaver Dam, was In town yesterday. Call at Carson & Co's aud see those W. S. Howard, Whltesville, called "superfluous" collars. from Owensboro. 9 CREAM m A BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. putt Cripe Crcim of Tartar Powder. Fne ftem Ammonia, Alum or ny other edullerint. u 40 YBARS TUB STANDARD. 1895, Friday, March is. (several days. Mr. S. O. P. Hall lias been sick for Mrs. Robt. A. Crowe has a slight attack of the grip. For Seed Oats, call on the old rell able C. R. Martin. Mrs. John J. Mcllenry has a flight attack of the grip, Subscribe for Tint RnruiiMCAN and keep up with the procession. Born to the wife of Mr. J. J, the nth inst a girl. Born to the wile of Mr JM on the 9th inst, a girl. Mat-tlng- ly Mr. W. D. Luce left Monday to work on the Concord Baptist Church. Messrs. V. D I.uce and U S ry Car-so- u have completed a fine house for Mr. J. I Thompson. If you want to reach the people with your advertisement, place it In The Republican, ntid everybody will two-sto- see It. Mr, Bullington will give you the best shave and will trim your hair in the latest style if you will give him a call. Mr. Ed Bullington has bought Mr. C Cain's interest in the barber shop and will continue the business at the same place. A, Mr. Henry Carson has just returned from the eastern cities,' where he purchased a mammoth stock of new spring goods for Carson & Co. A Sunday School will )e organized at Alexander scboolhouse on the 4th Sunday in this month. Everybody Invited to be present at one o'clock p. tn. ! ' Ifany reader thinks of something both desperate ami appropriate to do with subscribers who change offices without informing us, and yet expect their papers to reach them, we wish he would report. The Third Quarterly meeting ol the Rosinc Circuit will be held at Vethel church the 23rd and 24th of March. All ol the official members ate expected to attend. S. X. Hall, P. E. G. J. Bean, P. C. We 'call special attention to the ol Mr. J. B. Foster in this Mr. Foster, since he opened up here has been successful and has always given his customers the worth of their money, lie is now in the Eastern cities purchasing a spring stock. & "ad" e. cat Mr. C. R. Martin, the hustling Jeweler,has moved his Jewelry stock to the I. B. Bean old stand, and besides keeping the best stock of Jewelry In the Green River country, he will handle all kinds of Feed Stuff. Mr. Martin is a first class gentleman, and if you need anything in his line would do will to call on him. Dr. J. R. Pirtle has just received a handsome Dental Chair. It is nicely upholstered, and has all the moves of the modern chairs, and is indeed a thing of beauty. Dr. Pirtle has just graduated at Vauderbilt University of Nashville, and is now prepared to do all kind of Dental work. He has fitted up his office over WiUiauis&Bell's s style. The drugstore In Doctor won first medal last year for first-clas- best filling, and came in second for first medal this year. Cnnl olTlinuh. We wish to acknowledge the receipt of a very kind and tiberal doua-tio- u from quite a number of our good people ol the Liberty nalghborhsod, which we accept with sincere gratl-tud- e, and return many thanks. May the coining season be to them, each and every one, truly abundant and prosperous. Risv. B. JJ. Patk and Wipe. Rat nu April fool. The following notice sent to County Superintendents by Superintendent Thompson will be welcome news to many teachets throughout the State: "The State Treasurer Is now assured that by the 1st of April he can honor warrants for half of the balHe can ance yet due your teachers. not confidently promise that the remainder can be paid before July 1." I.llinn-llowiiieil. H is, f Last Tuesday morning, Mr. Dave Will Likens was married to Miss Alice Bowmen at the residence of the bride's home In Hartford, Rev. G. J. Bean performing the ceremony, in the presence of only a few friends. Both the contracting parties are people. Mr. Likens Is a prosperous young farmer, while his bride has been a successful teacher and Is a most estimable young lady. Are vou all tired out, do you have that tired feeling or sick "headache? You can be relieved of all by taking Hood's. Sarsaparllla. - Have you ntlemled la your duties by lyluiryour kiucrlpllouT Miss Berta Morton has been sick SCHOOL NOTES, ETC. for several days, but is improving. Get's there with both feet the Rev. I. H. Tcel filled his regular Mrs. Q. C. Shanks Is about recovman who wears Fair Bros. & Co's appointment here Sunday. shoes. ered from a slight attack of the grip. Misses Marie Austin and Hazel Neckties to match your eyes, soft Miss Mary Sliouse, of Columbus, Wcsterfield spent Friday night and hats to match your heads at Fair Mo.,ls visiting Mrs. W. L. Spalding. Saturday at Mr. J. Ham Miller's, the Bros. & Co's. Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding, who has home ol their Sunday School teacher, Miss Hattie Miller. They report a Born tothe wife of Monroe Rayraer, been very sick ol grippe,ls somewhat delightful visit and say: "That Is the of Beave'r Dam, on Tuesday, March better. place to go If you want to have agood 12, 1895, a bouncing boy. Our Milliner goods will be in in time." has time for Easter, Call and see them. Mr. John Stall!, Owcnsboro, Messrs. J. P. and K. J. McKcnney, been spending several 'days with Carson & Co. two Louisville drummers, spent Satfriends and relatives here. j Mr. Sherman' Williams, of Green-wa- urday and Sunday at their hotnes,re-turnin- g Ladies, call at Fair Bros. & Co's to Louisville Monday. Ark., is visiting his mother and get a pair ol A Priesmeyers fine near town. Miss LestaHays,Rochester,who has shoes guaranteed the best. been visiting here for the past three uiNnr.itii.ooK. The farmers are busy weeks, went to Louisville Monday to March 1 Miss Effis Kaliu has accepted a position in the Mammoth Store of sowing oats and. burning plant beds, have her eyes treated! &" and will soon be ready for spring W. N. Martin & Son, Cromwell. Master Ernest Coleman went to work. Rockport Friday to visit nls grandMiss Bryant, of Muhlenburg, openWe learn that W. II. Barnes and parents, Rev. Casebier and wife. He ed a spring school at Cromwell last Monday, with about 20 pupils in at- wife will move to Hartford in the returned Tuesday accompanied by near future. Mrs. Casebier, who will spend a few tendance. Miss Kate Gray, from near Beaver days in town. A New Masonic Lodge will be orDam, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. The Qurterly Meeting will be held ganized at Cromwell next Saturday Win. Thomas, at this writing. at this place the 3th Sunday. night, which will go by the name of Misses Oma and Stella Tanner spent A walk is being built from town to Highview Lodge. Saturday night with relatives near the Baptist Church. Mr. W. S. Howard will make the Buford. Mrs. Martha Ringo, Hartford, is season of 1895 with his horse, "Young Rev. Williams filled his regular ap- spending this week with her sister, Jim," at his farm near Whitesville.on pointment at Mt. Herman Saturday Mrs. Eliza Gray. Deserter Creek. night and Sunday. Mrs. Judge McBeath, Leitchfield, Clothing continue to be worn by Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers, Hartford, spent spent Friday and Saturday at Mrs. S. men. The spring suits are very nobSunday at her mother's. P. Taylor's. by. An all wool suit $5 and up at "Miss Lula Tanner, lrom above Little Miss Sallie Hunt has been Fair Bros. & Co's. town, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Le- in Rockport for the past week. Rev. David Long died at his home na Anderson, at this writing. Mrs. S. P. Taylor spent Sunday in near Centertown last Mondy of old The singing which was given at Central City, with her sister, Mrs. age, and was buried ,ln the Carson Mr. Jo. Foster's Saturday night, was R. R. Paxtou. Little Paxton Spinks Cemetery Tuesday at 2 o'clock p. ra. quite n success and highly enjoyed came home with her. What do you think of this? Fair by all who attended. After enjoying Mrs. II. D. Hunt is visiting her Bros. & Co. will give away with ev- the sweet strains of vocal music, Mre. sister, Mrs. Young, of Rockport. ery new suit n good substantial watch; Foster made things more delightful Mr. F. O. Austin is erecting a conask to see them, guaranteed to run by passing around dainties furnished fectionery by his hotel on Main St. by her own hands, after which the and keep correct time. Miss Fannie Barnes spent Sunday guests departed for their respective Rev. G. J. Bean will in a few homes, each one feeling that they at her home at Goshen. days begin the erection of a new Miss Mattie Plrtle.SulphurSprings, had spent a delightful evening and uuuuing ucuvecu mc .uuiuicii:iui Glu- extended to Mr. Foster and his estis was in town Sunday. tei and the barber shop, which, when SCHOOL NOTES. mable wife their thanks aud graticompleted, will be occupied by Mr. J. Rev. I. II. Teel conducted Devotude for the pleasures ol the evening. P. Sanderfur as a law office. tional Exercises Monday morning. Mr. Sylvester Shown,McHeury,has Miss N. May Friend, Organist. Alter T. II. Benton moved into our midst. Marriage license: which he made us quite an interesting to Miss Ida Stroud, Joseph King to II. A. Baird has moved into the talk. Miss Minnie Manker, F. C Payton to new house which has lately been Miss Ora E. Garrett, O. D. Bruner to Little Miss Vivian Heck entered erected on hi9 father's farm. Miss Sarah Whittler, W.E. Wilcox to School Monday. Warren Ward has rented a farm on Miss Kate Dclker, Jake Bell to Miss Messrs. R. A. London, H. E Brown Una Tichenor, D. W. Likens to Miss Rough Creek and will move thereon spent Saturday and Sunday at their sooa. Alice Bowmen. homes, Ernest Ellis has secured work with The R. E. G.s. will entertain the One of the brightes young men Fleetwood Ward lor the coming seasO. II. J's. this afternoon and also who has come to the bar here is Col. on. Rev. I. H. Teel.and Miss M. B. Clark C M. Barnctt, who was granted liWord has reached us that Jasper and others. cense Wednesday to practice law. The Patton will move to Hartford In the Miss Perna Chinn is Monitor of the examination 'was written and very near future. . Study-Haihis week. rigid. Mr. Barnett attended law If Madame Humor's right, we will The Class in American Literature school nt Greencastle, Ind. sonic years have a wedding to report ere the will complete the text book this ago, and has just decided lately to roses bloom again. week and pass the final examination take up the practice. He will office What has become of the Center-tow- n next week. Attye. with County Attorney Ncal for corrcspondnte and several othawhile. The boy who wants to be successers whom we have not heard from a The candy pulling given by the long time? Wake up, school boys aud ful in business must remember that stue'e its, who are boarding near the girls and let us hearlrora yon through no boy can rise who slights his College on last Friday evening, was work, that this world owes no one a Thk Republican. The party quite a pleasant affair. We have one of the best schools in living unless he tries to earn it, that was chaperoned by Mrs. Hosklnson county nt Alexander, conducted they should not expect pay for loafand Mrs. Simmons and the many the ing, that they should choose a trade by C. II. Ellis. young ladies and gentlemen were or business that they like best and Sunday School will be organized at sorry when the hour of parting came. for which they are fitted, but let that Everyone left with kind remember-anc- e Alexander Schoolhouse on the 4th be honorable by all means. DishonSunday In March at 1 p. m. Let ev and thoughtful hearts to all who estly never brings contentment. An eryone turnout and take part with us. had so delightfully entertained. Trusting that the people of this vi- honest upright feeling is better thari Mr. R. E. Lee Siuimerman was ex- cinity more especially will leel the riches. Ex. amined at this term of court for li- need of this grand and glorious work, The KnvltMl Meeting cense to practice law. The examina- and help us to work for the service of Conducted by Rev. J. B. Perryman tion was very rigid. Mr. Simmer' the Lord, I still remain, and the writer at Shinkle Chapel has man passed n very creditable examiDaisy Deanb. proven to be the most successful renation which goes to show he is well vival ever held at that place. The qualified lor his chosen profession. Court Xofes. Com'th vs. Wm. James, set for whole community for miles around He has recently fettled in our town have become wonderfully wrought up and has many friends wh wish him next Tuesday for trial. Com'th vs. Albert Austin, murder, many sinners that never before seemabundent success. Mr. Stmuierman ed to be Interested in their soul's is a graduate ot Hartford Collegetand continued. The Grand Jury yesterday returned eternal welfare have openly renouncwon the first prize in the Oratorical 12 more indictments, reported their ed sy sin in all its forms and been Contest last June one year ago, business finished and were dicharged. converted to God,and now bids ci:uai,vo, Said indictments are as follows: 1 for fair to be useful to the church aud God in His Infinite Wisdom has murder, 1 for unlawfully taking prophonor to their fellowmau and to God. seen fit to call from our from Andrew erty, 1 for petit larceny, 1 lor keepMany of those lukewarm christians J. Kimbley, one of our best aud most ing a bawdyhouse, 3 lorcarrylng conthat God has declared he would spew who was cealed a deadly weapon, 2 unlawfully highly respected citizens, out of his mouth have also relaxed born May 7, 1819, and lived to be 75 selling liquor, I adultery, 2 for fortheir hold on sin, been reclaimed. years old. He made on early pro- nication. The Lordiscertainlyowning ourwork though was a fession of religion, The case of E. B. Pendleton, &c, for he Is crowning our labors with member ol 110 church, he always re- against D. M. Hocker, &c, where the success wherever we go. In this last spected God's word. Mr. Kimbley plaintiffs ore seeking to enjoin the revival there were 35 conversions and leaves behind a wife and many chil- County Judge and County Clerk from about 15 or 20 reclamations, making dren and grandchild besides a host of recording the vote on the whisky a total of more than 80 conversions friends to mourn his loss. question, is under submissin on in this conference year. The whole Weep not, deal wife, children, to the petition. Able arguments charge seems to be all alive to work grandchildren and friends) for he Is were made by Judge J, S. Glenn and as they have never been before, I long not dead but sleeps sweetly in the M. L. Heavrin for the defendants, and to see the time when all persons will bosom of God. You cannot call him E. D. Guffy lor plaintiffs. seek first the Kingdom of God and its back to this world of sin and sorrow, Ben Adams, who was given one righteousness. 0. M. Peux. but you can only prepare to meet him year in the penitentiary by the jury, around the throne of God. May God's has filed grounds and moved the OANEYVILLE. richest blessings rest upon the be- court lor a new trial. Argument on Along with everything else, poliW. reaved ones, the motion will be heard this morn- tics have changed considerably during. ing the last 12 months In and around College Note. Wm. Taylor (of color) fined $100.00 Caneyvllle. Thelone Democrat who Our school continues to flourish; lie also filed was going arouud, after the last Nogreat preparations are being made (or for selling liquor. grounds for a new trial. vember landslide, lookiug lor a broththe examinations next week. Hon. E. D. Walker ' was elected er Democrat to sympathize witli him, Mr. Igleheart, McLean county, Is a special Judge to try the case of J, W. only to find none, may be a myth, but new student. the fact remains that the big raajorls Miss Maggie Nail, who has been Ford & Co. vs. Williams Coal Co. Col, C. M. Barnett and R.E.Lee ty here are Republicans. Nearly evs absent on account ol sickness,is again Siuimerman were duly examined to ery man I have heard express an in school. practice law and were admitted to opinion Isin favor ofseeing Hon.W.O. Prof. Ringo made a splendid Bradley our next Governor and as Wednesday morning before the practice at this bar. Jas. P. Thomas was qualified as an political opinion has changed lean school, and the gentlemen of the jusee nothing to keep him out. ries who visited us. His dlsertatiou examiner for Ohio county, J. P. Sanderlur and E. D. Guffy e Last Saturday Sheriff W. L. was logical and practical and we hope did some good work drilling to have him visit us again, also the were appointed to examine applicants for law license at this terra of court, the Sous ol Veterans of the G. A. R. honest, straightforward looking genPost of this place, preparatory to the whose duty it is to guard over tlemen notice, IirlTvtrTEi0 las Oplnm tht Wklikr the welfare of the public, and we be- IUt InUrtiUd In sad wonts la nd Unltfcl National Encampment at Louisville r WTbooki on !! next fall. Quite a large crowd ivere lieve it will be wisely and cautiously kiblts to hi o dltAdditu II, U. woolity, Atluts, U. In attendance, done, the uuisle being fur- Saitho. will bs nt 700 (ro. iox lit, and Bros. & Co's prices on. dress goods. y, 1 ll glo-rloUrr ad-drWol-lac- to sec us yesterday Mr. N. C. Daniel, Cromwell, was , .1 In town yesterday, Novelties, laces for lovely girls at Mr. R. R. IVxton, Central City, I'air Bros. & Co's. was in town yestcrdty. Attorney T. B. Wilson is In Evans-vill- e on legal business. Mrs. Judge Jno. P. Morton has had a slight attack of the grip. down n prime Fair "Attye" Writes Personals and Gives the Local HappenlngsAbout that Thriving - Town. Cut their 'ntslied by the Caneyvllle Cornet Baud. Golsteen Itmbery has traded part ol his farm to Aunt Sallie Geary lor the property In North Caneyvllle, known as the Henry Daniel property, Mr. Itmbery intends opening n family grocery there some time in the near future. The subscription school In operation here under the able management of the Messrs. Spurrier, has become a coinptete success; the dally attendance being 42, an increase of 8 over last week, John Fentress, our popular liveryman, has, so far, sold 5 car loads of corn that he had shipped from Nashville, Tenn., to this point the price is 60 cents per bushel and sells like Com is a scarce hot cakes at that. article here and he is n public benefactor, that docs as Mr. Fentress is doing. Evans, ol John Taylor and Butler county, passed through here last Sunday en route to Texas, where they go to find them new homcs.Both are old men and compelled, by the stress of hard times, to better their own and their family's condition, they concluded to try the Lone Star State. There is a strong under current ol temperence agitating the people's mind in this section just now, and there are those who are out spoken enough to say that the saloon and doggery have outlived their usefulness In Caneyville, and must go. This is as it should be, and shows that the late religious awakening nave set tlie people to thinking and the conclusion they have come too is, that the salvation of human soul is worth more than all the money the saloons of Caneyville could empty Into the town Treasury in 1,000 years, so the fact has gone forth and whisky must go. Farmers in this vicinity have been hustling pretty lively lately. According to the outlook at present there will be a greater number of of acres put in corn this season than ever before In the history of the county. Wheal looks remarkably well and if nothing happens promises.! big crop, While the ptospects for tobacco are flattering, a great many are preparing to raise the weed that never raised it before. G.E. To Intercut Hie Iridic. Theater hats, says a fasion authority, continue to be odd combinations of which the beginning and the end cannot be seen. The idea now seems to be that the head dress shall be a series ot detached portions. On the top of the head appears a spreading bow, pehaps; then down by the ears is a knot of floweis, while at the back of the head at either- - side there is a little fall of lace. Fond asthe Japanese are of plum blossom, a woman's beauty is never compared to it, always to the cherry blossom, or her slender grace to the willow. But her goodness ol heart Is linkened to the plum. These distinctions and refinements make it hard for a foreigner to pay Japanese compliments. The membersof theWoman'sChris-tia- n Temperance Union of Wheeling have decided to erect a home for falls en women in that city, and have received substantial financial aidrfrom business men. A New York retailer of tootwear for the fair sex, whose shop is on Third avenue, advertises for "A 'Trilby' shoe salesman, and oue who knows how to fit feet properly," Very Jarge lcose Penna violets, made of shaded silk and delicately perfu ned, are stylish, effective and expensive. A new color is announced called "Pharaoh." It is a yellowish shade of red and will be much used in spring millinery. Only one woman in one hundred insures her life. rosy-purp- OI.ATON. Not seeing Olaton represented in Tun HARTronD RnrunucAN I thought I would write some to help fill the waste basket, which will be the ense If the editor Is a little mad when he gets this, but I hope that he will be In n good humor and grant space In his fine paperfor a few items. Thirty years ago one Mr. Heavrin was carrying the mail from Hartford to Ilnrdinsburg once every week. When he would stop here the postmaster would unlock and pour out the mail; sometimes there would be one letter, sometimes two and only one weekly paper, then Mr. Heavrin would throw the empty mail bag ncross his shoulder and put out to Hardinsburg a foot. But now Uncle Sam has provided better things, for now our mail comes every day, and plenty ol it too, although we are 8 or 10 years behind the times, I still have hopes that Olaton will wake up and fall in Hue. The people have sowed a full crop of wheat which looks well and now they are sowing oats, cutting bushes repairing fences, some are plowing for corn and a goodly number are out cutting and' hauling staves, hoop poles and cross ties, and Bond&Byers supplies the neighborhood with flour, sugar, coffee, bacon and other necessaries of life. Health Is good at present. Captian Daniel went to Owensboro the other day and laid In a nice stock of steel and Iron and came home, cleaned up his shop and hung out y hts sign which read, "cash and credit So you see we are in fine spirlts.but I forgot.here Is Judge Peyton, he is not done gathering iii his last year's crop of and fodder yet. It seems like since the election the man hasn't no heatt to work. P. nub-bin- B. F. MOSELEY & CO., ol Hayti. Excellent Drown Sugar, 20 pounds for $1.00. BEST ON THE MARKET. Wo keep everything kepf in a first class Family Grocery. Qivo us a call and bo convinced. COLORED DEPARTMENT nY P. A. GARY. We see in the Memphis Appeal that the colored Methodist held a Minister's Meeting in San Francisco last week and in that meeting they discussed the works of Miss Ida B.Wells the colored lady who has lectured very extensively throught this country Jand England, concerning the lynching of the colored people of the South. These Reverened gentlemen said they approved offher mission, but they could not Indorse her because she had never proved herself to be a member of the Methodist Church. While those learned theologians may have Jelt that they were doing their duty, we think they showed themselves and narrow minded in the extreme. She has been working to stop an evil which is being perpetrated against our race and when there is a battle to be iought against any public evil, we should lay aside all denominational prejudice and unite against the common enemy. We were thinking the Methodists were the most liberal denomination in existance, except, peihaps, the Universalists. They seem to indorse and protect every thing any other denomination docs, except close coinraunion,a practice by the Baptist. But the ministers of California cannot stand to endorse an y act, no difference how it may be, if It Is not penormed by a member ol the Methodist Church. We must be more liberal minded and act as do other raches, when a great moral question arises which is affecting our race. We must throw politics and religion, so faros denominations are concerned, to the wind, and all join to battle with the enemy. The Hartford Herald has been expatiating on the negro problem, It sold that the white and colored were two distinct races and were separated by a high fence and that they could live together as neighbors, but could not live as kindfolks. We readily agree with the Herald that they are or should be two distinct races. We are opposed to intermarriage of the races and believe it will be the best for both races if that principal Is carried out, but il it Is not carried out, we, as a race, have no desire to break down the petition, which separate the races, but the desire to break down the wall seems to come from the oth er way. Mrs. Lue Griffin, the wife of Mr. Tom Griffin, living In Hayti, died very suddenly Monday morning. She was apparently In good health nnd was going about doing her work about the house, when she was very suddenly attacked with a fainting spell and was immediately unconscious and all the attemps of her husband to levive herwaere in vain. There was no one but her and her husband, he called her mother who lived only a short distance lrom them and when she arrived she had breathed her last. She leaves 1 mother, husband and one daughter to mourn her loss. HerAweral was attended at the Baptist Church and she was enterred Tuesday evening at the Hayti Cemetry. Rev. Wm. Johnson left Monday morning lor the annual Conference, which convenes In Maysville, Mason county, Ky. It Is hoped by hismem-ber- s that the conferencewlll send him back to this place for another year, as he has done a great deal of good here. The church gave a concert on Saturday night and with collections on Sunday night they made $20.98, short-sighted praise-worth- 41 Association at Shreve, Saturday, March 16 1895: Devotional Exercises Rev.G. Wcsterfield. Welcome Address-- L. W. Godsey. Reply Ira Petty.' The Teacher as Governor A. G. Teel. Conditions of Easy Control Miss Erso Wilson. Mechanical Dericts Carl Sofer. Will Training F. P. Stum. NOON. School Incentives W. C. Gray. Punishment Leila Gray. of Different Nations-Wal- lace Rosson. 'Indian Story" Miss Sadie Petty. "Guinerese" Willie Whalen. "The Sage of Axel Miss Lola Murphey. The Story ol Sigurd.The Volsurg Jas. Dewees. The Pied Pipes of Hamelin John Smith. Ira Petty, ) VCom. W. C. Gray, Folk-Lore- Teachers' Adedia Cufton, I Why not do so at once pay yonr subscription. Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remedy forchildrenand guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only 25cts per bottle. Ilnte for you renewed your 1S0ST snbserlp-llt- n CEAR UltOVE. Match 11. MUs Kate Ford, near Rockport, has been visiting her grandmother Mrs. Elijah Hocker the past two weeks. Mr. Worth Tichenor is building a new house and will soon be ready to move into same. Miss Addie Tompson, of Horton, is visiting her uncle II. S Duke, of this neighborhood. The farmers are busy sowing oats and breaking ground for corn and tobacco. Miss Sallie D. II. Hocker is visiting her aunt Miss Annie Williams, of Mcllenry. Winter has broke and spr ing has Our Buyer has just returned from opened up with prospects of the farthe East where he has been to purchase a mammoth stock for Carson & mers getting in their crops earlier than they did last spring. Co. Miss Sallie Sanderfur, near Beaver foully Murdered. Dam, has been visiting her sister A dastardly murder was perpetrat- Mrs. A. take notice. J. Stewart for several weeks. I hereby call the attention of the ed at Spottsvllle Wednesday night Success to Tub REruDUCAN is the legal voters of the colored school dissays the Owensboro Messenger. It wish of C L. trict No. 1, that their school tax for seems that fonr men plotted and suco ceeded In the murder of Wm. Roll, a The U. S. Gov't Reports the year 1894 is now passed due; must be paid by the first of Aprilor white miner. Particulars could not show Royal Baking Powder you will be proceeded against accordbe learned, as It was very late, but a superior to all others. ing tothe Common School Laws. man who went to Henderson after You will save cost nnd trouble by bloodhounds gave the story to the Mew Church, I call your trainmen as follows: Roll and four Beaver paying the tax at once. The first M. E. Church of men whose names were not learned Dam will be dedicated on the first attention to section 79, Common Out Parks, were engaged in a game of cards. It Sunday in May by Rev. J. W. Turner, School Law. Ch'm'n Board of Trustees. is not known yet who was ahead in of Louisville. There will be services Miss Ellen Parks returned home the game, but it is thought Roll was at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 winning the other men's money and p. m, on Sunday. Everybody in the from Taylor Mines Tuesday where they conspired against him. The county is invited to attend with a she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Buel Hunter. game broke up and Roll started home. well filled basket, aud bring someThe other men went off, two together one with you. Miss Ellen Louis is still very sick. Now, we hope the in opposite directions. All the members of the M. E. It was very people will understand that all are dark and when Roll was about 100 Invited to come, regardless of name Church are requested to meet In a yards from his gate two shots rang or or order. There will be other rnen business meeting to arrange matters out in the darkness and Roll's wife of ability in attendance, so everyone lor the next conference year. heard him scream. The grand jury is making the evil She was standwill have on opportunity to hearsome ing in the door afraid to go out. Imdoers believe that honesty is the best able preaching. Come. Yours, mediately after Roll screamed, two policy J. B. Ferryman. 33 8t The Sheriff visited Hayti Tuesday more shots rang out. A man who IllieilliinlUnl CUrctt, was passing went to him and found night aud the evildoers began to Rheumatism is caused by lastlc open their eyes. The good citizens him dying. acid in the blood attacking the fibrous ol Hayti welcome these officers of the Edward Pulllam, the murderer ol tissues of the joints. Keep your law and wish they would visit us the Rev. W. P. Swope, who recently blood pure and healthy and you will it would have a tendency to escaped from the Hopklnsvilte In not have rheumatism. Hood's Sar- restrain the evil doers. sane Asylum, reached the home of saparllla gives the blood vitality and his father, Thomas Pulllam, Pates-vlll- e, richness and tones the whole body, The World's Wednesday night. The horse neutralizes the acidity ol the blood showed no baking powder had ridden was exhausted, having and thus cures rheumatism. he so pure or so great In leaY' gone almost a week without food, Hood's Pills are the best Pulllam will be taken back to Hop enlng power as tho Royal. klnsvllle. pills, assist digestion, cure head Vat Food Exposition, ache. On March 9, 13, 16, 30 and 23, '95, The Tie Works at Cromwell has retickets will be on sale at Beaver Dam sumed operation after being Idle HI rayed. through the winter months. Messrs. One red heifer, with crumpled to Louisville at one and one third fare T. A. Harbeu and B. P. Clatle are horns, 3 years old, marked with for the round trip, I4.1S. These tickmanaging the business. There will swallow fork in left ear aud split In ets nre limited to two days from date ol sale. II. Merrick, Agent. be a large force of hands employed right. Any information as to wherewhich will add very greatly to the bus-- , abouts will be thankfully received, Dr. Price' Cream Bakiag Powfer iness interests of Cromwell. J. A Barnett. 3tf. Award. World's Pair H Fair Tests niter-din-n- -- lllhwt mtufcib,., Utsta.-- . Mik-- ii mltft. Asjrdlltekx J iii"w.pi, wu iijnwMPiiJW tpPi'yiF'jjjujg t '"w.yiii wi'wftmjpmMupwP-y.nwnjM- Ml H JH mill II linn if iiii mm pi m 9 yu wii ji yj. ij ijpi - wjw5PvT H ' JRsr! WlipiWWlJPM"mw'lll sfe Hartford Republican Friday, March 15, 1895. ing law schools, the young cjiamlner STOfiY OF THREE FORTUNES. is "open to officers, "or ready to start in for himself. The scientific library, to aid the examinors In their work.contalns volumes, and has on file six hundred technical magazines. In times past some "divisions" would keep up to date with their work, while others would lag from two to fourteen months behind. This caused perpetual wonder among Inventors as to why some applications would, go through so quickly, while others were unexamined for many months. Many an attorney has had work taken out of his hands because a rival had happened to file an appllcatlou relat ing to au art kept up to date. At present, for the first time in fifteen years, the work of the entire office is kept within one month of date. The Patent Office receives about 40,000 applications each year, and acts fapervorable upon about seventy-fivcent of them. All patents are issued, rain or shine holiday or otherwise, upon Tuesday, and ate given regular numbers in their proper order. The present series, which was begun In 1836, has just passed 534,000. Copies of all patents are kept in stock, and will be sent to any one who desires them, at a uniform price often cents each. "Positively no credit is given." Aside from thesceintific examining corpse, there are some three hundred members of the "clerical" force of 65-0e DR.HARTMAN HowThoy Woro Distributed Hoardod Or Squun- dorod. The newspapers within a day or two have told interesting stories oi the fate of three largeprlvate fortunes. Each episode might make the basis for a striking drama, says a London cable to the New York Sun. The first is nltoirether charming. A rich Bordeaux merchant died lutestatc without direct heirs. His fortune of 22,000,000 francs has just been dis trlbuteed among a large number of humble French families nnu distant relatives of the deceased man who never saw him. Among the beneficiaries are two barbers, a cooper, a shoemaker and several laborers. The second story is in the blackest contrast. It tells of the fate of nn old man long known ns n miser who kept a little cigar shop in London The shop was closed for several days, and finally it was entered by the police, who found the owner atmost naked and frozen to death. There wis no food nor fuel in the place.but on the shelves were found several large tin cans, usually holding snuff, Comfilled with gold sovereigns. plete search revealed money and securities amounting to $150,000, The dead miser had no known relatives. The third story is that of a foolish young man who inherited a fortune of $500,000. He recently spent within a period of two or three weeks no less than $435,000 for jewelry. He Is now sueing one of the best known Bondsticet jewelers, from whom he bought the stuff, on account of alleged overcharges to the amount of $85,000. Joseph Tasker is the you ng spendthrift's name, and among the trifles which he testified to buying from the persuative canvasser for the jewelers were the famous Agra diamond at $75,000, seven large brillants at $150,000, a beautiful bow brooch for $25,000, the Stafford collection of colored gems for $50,000, aud a model of the Holy 1 ty ior He wanted to buy the renowned Hope diamond and offered $t6o,-00- 0 for it, but the sale was not completed. The plaintiff created a good deal of amusement, and disgust as well, by his behavior in court yerter-daHe professed the utmost for the whole matter, and was much annoyed when he was urged to recall the particulars of transactions Involving fortunes, He had more important afiairs than such trifles, he declares, and frequently he replied to questions by such words as "Oh, don't matter," and "Blowed if I know." It was brought out that he had spent many thousands more for curius, "rubbish" he called them, in all parts of the world, to fill up his apartments at the Hotel Belgravia It was attempted to show that some of his largest purchases had been made at his rooms when recovering from the effects of a debauch. The stoty of this interesting young man will be further detailed in court next week. $6,-00- 0. y. ouch nn Scrofula and Anosmia. Skin Eruptions and Palo or Sallow Complexions, aro upcodily cured by Blood Diseases er Said In a Itocont Looturoon Ohronio Catarrh and Consumption. Catarrh of the lungs Is, ordinarily, known as consumption; also called In these cases the catuberculosis. tarrh has usually found its way into Scott's Emulsion OiL tho Cream of God-livNo othorrom-od- y bo quickly and effectively enriches and purifies tho blood and gives nourishment to tho wholo system. It is pleasant to tako and cosy on tho stomach. Thin, Emaoiatod Persons nnl all suffering from Wasting Disoa808 " ro- stored to health by Scott's Emulsion. Bo suro you get U10 botllo with our trado-maron it. Rofuso choap substitutes! Smicr famfhltl en Stttl't Emultuit. FREE. Downo, N. Y. All druggists. 00 cents) and f. k ilHylwl IwE&jrjSlnw Others: the lungs by the gradual extention of the disease from the throat through the bronchial tubes. Consumption is the natural termination oi all cases of neglected chrouic catarrh is liable to be attacked with consumption nt any time. In the first stage of the is a cure; in the latdisease Feru-ner stages oi the disease be relied upon to produce great benefit, and in a large per cent of cases a rsR?tfecy There Is uo aoiip In the world that llaiids to high in the opinion of thought ful women m Boott A. ;iJp3rUAlRErLrE Soap. ifPLM w aw " Ohio County Dirootory. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-bor- It, nt ' Washington Btar. nations or deaths. The 'examining NOTICE. force" is the great school of training I WaWT wr man nd Unit! for patents attorneys or agents. After Stataa loUraiUd In tha woman U tha Walikr Uplnm aad a few years ofofllcework.andn course atblta to hait obs of mr coaki pa thai dla Addran II. U. VToolltr, Atlanta, Ua, of law in one of Washlngtos even-- 1 box lit, aud on wlil b lint jon (nt. to receive and distribute the applications, print and prepare the patent when granted; prepare copies of drawings; record assignments, and attend to the many many outside duties arising in carrying on the SAM'S PATENT work of the office. Although their UNCLE work is interesting and important it SHOP. cannot be here more fully indicated. The value of the patents granted by Special to The Rr.runucAN; the United States Government deFew people who obtain patents pends largely upon the skill and exhave any idea of the practical routine perience of the Examiners. of the office which grants them their A Chanco toMako Money. coveted document guaranteeing proI am delighted with my success seltection for seventeen years in the enjoyment of their invention. The ling Dish Washers; in the last six present Patent Office building which weeks I made $534, and was sick part costs something like three million of the time. I think this is pretty dollars, was begun in 1836, and the good for an inexnerienced lady. I last wing completed in time for hold- am surprised there has never been ing the Lincoln Inaugural ball. It a good Dish Washer put on the mars shelters the 500 clerk of the Patent ket before, as everyone seems so anxOffice force; about 400 hand Office ious for one. It certainly is a popuclerks, and the personal force of the lar d emand that js supplied, and that Secretary of the Interior, some two means big money for the agents that supply the demand. I believe any hundred in number. The question of making the Pa- woman or man can make from $5 to tent Office wholly independent of the $12 a day anywhere in this business, Interior Department has long been and by addressing the Iron City Dish In its work it Is Washer Co,, E. E. Pittsburg, Pa. agitated practically so. The Secretary, it is you can get full particulars. It true, appoints all the clerks, but on simply requites a little push. You ly upon the recommendation of the can't expect to make money unless you try. I would like to have the Commissioners of Patents, and apexperience of others of your read peals are taken from the Commissioner's decisions, not to the Secretary, ers in this business. M. FRANCIS. but directly to the courts. . According to the first patent law, MADE THE BURGLAR WORK. the question of granting patent was decided by the Secretaries of State AXlKht Watchman TrrorIid the Marauder with an Unleaded Jlerolver. and War, and the Attorney-Genera- l, A very large aud hopeful burglar, and the document was signed by the with a gunny sack In which to carry President. In 1836, the office was away his plunder, pried off the scuttle cap of a cellar belonging to the Menlo formed as a Bureau of the State DePork Manufacturlngcompany the other and the law provided for a night and dropped lightly down Into partment, Commissipner.one "examining clerk" the vault beneath, says the New York When his three other clerks, a messenger, and Herald.to the gloomeyes became accustomed he found a man a machinist. A few years later this who had heard htm coming standing In was transferred to the Inter- a heroic attitude with a revolver pushed Bureau in his face. ior Department. The one was the present time there are in the and engineer of the night watchman At the building. "Up ihe Patent Office with your hands," said he, and up the examining corps of about two hundred people. As cur burglar's hands went as If they had been trained to tho business and had system requires the patent to be a toldone nothing else all their lives. erable certain guaranty both as to The position was a pleasant one for and as to novelty, it the night watchman. All he had to do practicle utility field was to keep his pistol In position and is necessary that every possible watt fifty workmen of Invention should have its own ex- wouldtllljnornlng, whenprisoner and esrush In, bind is classed cort him In triumph the pert. The examining force to the nearest jail. "divisions," each havBut who was to look after the fires? in thirty-fou- r This thought occurred to him after ing its regular line of inventions.and about an hour had passed, and tho burits quota of experts; and each divis glar's hands had grown white through independent of all holding them up too long and letting ion being entirely other, arbitarly granted or refusing the blood get emptied out "See here," said the engineer, "If I patents In its own line. turn my back on you to attend to the In each examining there are from furnaces you'll pick up a bit of coal or four to six Assistant Examiners, and something and hit me a biff on the each assistant has his regular branch head, steal everything In thehouso and then go home to your family." or subdivision of the work. One The burglar said nothing, but looked study of a lot. man may make a lifelong "Then," went on tho engineer, "If I gas engines, another of photography, attend to a third of a particular branch of met- don't up, or the tho furnaces tho place'U blow steam'll go down, and allurgy, etc. The chief of the divis- then there'll be all sorts of things to Principal Examiner, pay." ion is called the "Better let mo go homo to me poor and his salary is $3,500. The assistants rank as 1st, 2d and 3d and 4th mudder," tho burglar suggested, looking hopefully up to the scuttle cap. assistats, and their salaries range That seemed the only way out of It from $1,800 to 51,200. Admission is The engineer thought and thought, obtained to the force as Fourth As keeping the revolver cocked tho while. Suddenly ho burst out with: sistant Examiner after passinga spec"Snyl Did yon over flro a furnace?" ial technical examination in charge of "Naw," quoth the burglar. "Lem-m- o Very go homo to mo mudder." the Civil Service Commission. "Well, few, excepting graduates of colleges a plrato. get a move on you, you son of Tako that shove and put tho or technical schools, pass the examicoal In. Now turn tho fires. Don't you nations, and for the last ten years know how to turn fires? Well, you've nearly every man appointed has been got Ave hours to learn. Hurry up, darn you, or there's a bullet waiting for you ire sh from active studies. The ucro 11 you uon u" Naval Academy has turnished At tho point of tho revolver the encorps gineer kopt the burglar working all more men for the exanlning night. When he wasn't busy at tho than any other school.although Yale, coal ho kept him polishing up tho brass-worCornell, the University of Michigan, and after ho had finished tho bra&swork he mado him swab tho floor and the Worchester Polytechnic are not far behind. Some and empty out ashes. Tho burglar admitted ho hadn't done any work, forty American colleges, In, all, are for fivo that years. When tho workmen Tenute of officfj is re- camo in the morning and took him oft represented. garded as sure, whatever the politics to the police station ho almost fainted from exhaustion. of the "administration." The engineer said to his Examinations as to office ruler and ho went homo: "Lucky wlfo when thing all decisions of the Commissioner and round, Isu't It, that that blamed burglar didn't notlca my pistol wasn't upon questions regardvarious courts ing patents, are held every year or loaded." two, and each person entering the Misjudged. examination is afterwards given n Mr, Lushforth was danolnfl a jiff printed list of competitors arranged as Yabsloy ontored tho in the order of merit. The promos "fl'ml You seem to bo full of tionu follow this list of almost uni- youthful spirits," romarked Yabsloy. formly. Removals for political pur"Spirits," answered Mr. Lush-fortwith a sudden assumption of poses are practically unknown. On dignity, "but not youthful spirits, an overage about ten Fourth Assistant Examiners are appointed each young man. Zls stuff I been drink-iis ovory bit of ton years old." year to fill vacancies caused by resigPe-ru-- na To-da- y is k, bar-rooh, n' produce a permanent cure. All those afflicted with this dread diseasesliouia begin at once the following treatment Alter all other means have been tried in vain; after doctors have pronounced the casehopeless and friends have given up the despair, after the patent has lost all laith aud the incessant care of attendants seems futile, still there is hope In Send for a free copy of Family Physi-caNo 2. ft complete treatise on chronic catarrh, coughs, colds, la grippe and consumption. Address Drug Manufacturing The Company, Columbus, Ohio. For free book on cancer address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. n, Hon J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owcnsboro. John V. Black. Jalter-Hartf- ord. G. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund Hartford. C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, Jos. II Roberts, Ford3ville, S. T Stevens, Cromwell, Tnos. K. Ulsfcop, the Patent Office. Their duties are Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November ewo weeks. COUNTY COURT. John P. Morton, Judges Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January and Tuesday after the first Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. Z. II. Shultz, tendent Hartlord. Hartford. School SuperinCromwell. Coroner Centertown. N. C Daniel, Assessor Galen C. Westerfield, Notice-- . I am prepared to du all kind of hauling by the day or contract on short notice, all orders left for me with Carson & Co will receive prompt attention. W. H. BtJRTOK. 3o-Have 7011 paid your aubfccrlfitlouT s AyApA,y4lfAylay In Poor r means so much more than i Health - Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse Keeper Hartford. JUSTICES COURTS. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs, March 2, June I, September 2, December 2. Cromwell Jont .Wil son.Prentis, March 9, June 8, September 7, December 7. Rosine C L. Woodward, Center-towMarch 13, June 13, September 13, December 13. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, March 30, June 29, September 28, December 28. olin g, Fordsville James A. Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, September 14, December 14. CONSTABLES. Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. Fordsville J. II. Oiler, Fordsville, Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosice. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Cromwell. POLICE COURTS. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L Kcl ly, Attorney. Court held every second Monday In each month. Beaver Djm D. A. Miller, Judge; held Court , Marshal. first Saturday in January, April, July and October. Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held second Saturday in January, April, July and October. Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on third Saturday in January, Apriljuly and October. Rockport W. B. James, Judge; J. J Gilem, Marshal. Court held on first Mondays in January, April, July and October. Rosine J. D. flyers, ludge; II. Morris, Marshal. Court held first Saturdays in each mouth. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; J. W. Garrett. Marshal. Courts held on fourth Saturday in January, April, July and October. COMMERCIAL CLUB. Meets at Court House every 2d and 4th Friday night J. S. R. Wedding, President, C. R. Martin, Secn, daily dally. scoaxpQcnxQaTrjrT No. 53 No. si Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a ra 1 West Point . . 7 25 p in 8 25 a m It depend upon How and When 70a market jronr chicken, and effga and to Whom yea . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 n m Howard aend them. Wa are largo recel.era pf poultry and rag; and hare an e.iabll.hpd trade and Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a r land the beet chance to make money for all our .hi mr. Wa recelre and Mil Hotter, Kin. Rock Haven . . 7 47 p in 8 45 a tt iuw9 cjn, ncrua, j'uiaiocBa "iur, 1 iuiuiiiiuuh !..hII 4t-f- t ... J or niiDinr Ton a. tiaaa ftA akin m, a a Um tiirciiHii jamiinra. f muoi, t liaja irain rtgaUrl in tfaoM mar wha iwimw f ynoiaiionB inaiicu 8 53 n n Long Branch . . 7 55 p tu ciiHcsiiiiaou iiDcrai narancxa niaueon ine largTfticoaiiiffnmcnia vj 111 9 02 n m . 8 04 p Brandenburg HERNDON-CARTE- R CO., 8 13 p in 9 1 u in 313,a.S,317&3.0MURREU.COUnT. Ekron . . LOUISVILLE, KY. Guston . . . . 8 21 p nt 9 19 a tu 8 30 p m 9 30 a tu Irvington Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u nt 8 45 p in 9 47 a in Lodiburg 8 55 p.tu 9 56 a m Pictce Sample . . . 9 00 p m 10 00 a m Stephenspott . 9 09 p m 10 09 n m . . . 9 14 P m 10 14 a m Addison Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Cloverport . . 9 28 p m 10 33 a tu Shops . . . . 9 31 p in xo 37 a m Prices" Skillman . . . 9 43 p ra 10 50 a m Hawesville . . 9 54 p m 11 02a m Petrie . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 a m Falcon . . . . 10 07 p m 1 1 15 a ra Cayce . . . . 10 12 p tu 11 19 a in Lewisport . . 10 18 p m 11 25 a ra Waltman . . 10 25 p nt xi 33 a ra Powers 1035pm 1143am Pates. . . . 1048 pm 11 56 a in Owcnsboro . . 10 59 p m 12 06 p m Mattingly . . 1109pm 1218pm "sve Griffith . . . 11 14 p nt 1223 p m 11 18 p in 12 27 pin Stanley Worthington . 11 25 p ra 12 35 p iu Reads . . . . 11 33 p m 12 42 p m Spottsville . . n 45 p m 12 53 p m Basketts . . . 11 53 p ra 12 59 p m 12 10 am 115pm Ar. Henderson EAST BOUND dialy daily No. 52. No 54 Lv. 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Skillman . . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p m Shops 10 00 a 111521pm Cloverport . . . 10 05 a m 524 p ra Holt 10 20 a m 5 36 p m Addison . . . . 10 23 a ra 540 p ra WESTBOUND louiuvim.e.ht. i.ouin atix n.n doing homework, For washing l s'Wequalled. Try clothes or everywhere. it can't be only it. Sold Blade by jimu rwannv Th. M K rralehank Pnmrinv. - tH. Lnilla. PROFIT IN POULTRY a a . . "'t "' 1 ... ... We Jeact them All' laUStyle, HUj I BV Pattern Jr5ripEyiWnity ... lllBllll& Four points that makes successful business. ... No prices made so low but that them lower. make MARTIN & SMITH, Owr'nslDorO "ixrxxlti.xro lUEen. QUAKER CITY BAKING POWDER r" .... ... apilKiij .... B. 3- .... 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