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'HE ENFORCED THE RULE
But In Doing It Grant Proved Hit Good
General Grant was 11 kind nnd wnrm
bearted innn In spite of a curtain
brtismicness of manner. A story that
General Logan used often to tell Is to
At the time General Logan was wltb
General Grant at Holly Springs. Miss..
General Forrest, Hie Confederate cav
alry leader, bad Just raptured a train
of supplies, nnd General Grant had Is.
eued an order to his men to scour the
.,,ntrir fnr fnnfltr nillr.,1 miltlll In or.
der to get food for his troops. The
country bad already been swept pretty i
clean, and tbe new demands brought '
a good dc.il of hardship on the peuplo
of tbe neighborhood". At many of the
homes there were only women, old
men, children and faithful colored serv
ants. These people, hungry and with
out money to buy provisions, were
often forced to apply to the northern
army In their distress. Food was al
ways given them If they would take
the oath of allegiance to the United
Odo day a rickety carriage drew up
before General Grant's headquarters,
and from It.nllgbtcd nn elderly woman
nnd her colored driver. Tbe woman
was admitted to tbe tent, nnd tbe serv
ant stood just Inside tbe tent flap. Only
a few words were necessary to explain
matters. The woman's borne bad been
ravaged by troops, both blue and gray,
nnd she nnd her servants needed food.
Tbe t.oft voiced woman spoke of her
humiliation nt having to beg for food,
and added that she made tbe request
moro for her servants than for herself.
"I am willing to suffer everything tor
tbe south." sbo said, "but I can't see
our people starve."
An odlcer who had charge of such
cases told tbe woman that she should
have food If she would sign tbe oath
of allegiance. "I cannot do that." sbo
said. "My husband and three sons aro
fighting under tbe Confederate flag. 1
thank you, sir. for listening to me."
Tbe woman turned to leave. General
Grant, who bad been writing at n table
la one corner of tbe tent, glauced up
from his papers. He called to tbe
"Sam, did you ever bear of Abraham
"Do you know that he la. trying to
free you colored people?
Tassuh, Ah knows It"
"Are you willing to taEe sflfes "with
Abraham Lincoln to take the oath of
allegiance t,o tbe United States?"
Tossuh. gen'ral, Ah's wlHin' ter do
General Grant turned to the officer
who bad talked with tbe woman. "Ad
gdolcter the oath to Sam," be said,
"and give him tbe provisions, bee
that be gets plenty."
The rickety old carriage with Its es
cort of soldiers passed through the
Union lines a short time afterward,
Jaden to the seats with provisions, and
Sam, probably thinking less of his oath
than of the supper to come, grinned
from ear to ear as be urged tbe two
tolea to a faster gait
Tha Profesaor'a Prophecy Failed.
While a btudeut ut Harvard univer
sity Pbllllps Brooks was walking In
the yard one day with a professor,
who asked bltn what be intended mak
ing of himself.
"J am thinking of tbe ministry," an
awered tbe youth.
"Then banish such thoughts." said
the professor earnestly. "Your man
ner of speech would forever bar you
from being successful In that calling."
Many years later, when Phillips
Brooks was one of the world's great
pulpit orators, the most expert stenog
rapher In England took down one of
bis sermons and .said:
"Any ktenogrnpber who thinks he
haa conquered fast talkers should try
The Proper Order.
A successful man died not long ago.
Somebody sa. a hU success was due to
brains, n sense of humor and complete
Fault has been found with the ar
Wngemeut of this sequence.
Tbe critic claims that self confidence
abould come first, with brains trailing.
There are six ways of arranging the
Whafa yours? Cleveland Plain
Trial by Jury.
Tbe establishment of trial by Jury
datee back prior to tbe time of Alfred
the Great He Is said to have organ
ised Juries of twelve men. na now In
jwactJce, but even earlier six Welsh
Ut) six Anglo-Saxon freemen acted as
Jury when there was a dispute be
tween Welsh and Saxons. Loudon Bx
jpraaa. Information Wanted.
Nobody bas ever explained, scientific
cally or otherwise, how It Is that oue
man will haul In a nice string of fish
In an hour or two, while another, flab
Ids r blm, catches uotbing but an
old shoe and tbe left leg of, a ilr of
overalls. Das psychology anything to
sto with It?-Toledo Blade.
FathsHe Hslpful Word.
"1 "oppose when you left home our
fatter spoke tbe words of wlsdoca that
tolpaa1 you to make your own way la
" did. ITe tald, 'Sam, don't com
back here until you are able to pay
board.' "Baltimore Bun.
There la nothing so utterly hollow aa
V tdad word that should have bo epo
fcaM yesterday. Evangel.
Looking For Mother's Spectacles In
In the American Magazine .tames
Montgomery I'lagu writes an anitinlng
piece entitled "Wlilsfcercnlture." Pol
lowing ts an extract:
"It's a heartrending sight In nnj
rave, this facial landscape pardonlm:
from the time that they Innocentl.
ny nt breakfast. "You forgot to shave
this morning, dear!' (It has laUen three
diys for even tbe rough sketch yon
I ebow them!) to the drcadmi bsirv.-t
! of your noxious Inspiration.
I "PlCtUrO tllC nerVOUH Strain On till-
wife and hibes ns they witness iiii
gradual budding (blossoming) and frill
tlon of the horror. How they sadl
watch the he.ul of the house slowly ills
j "PPearlng In a cloud of brambles.
See those outstretched dimpled nrm
and hear thoe sobbing ukos. 'Come
back to us. papa!'
"Isn't jour pride touched on the row
when your wife lifts up the door m.ii
In the vestibule nnd UNiw It good
night on account of Its comparative
sllklness? Stop, consider, you who
through some Inherited mental weak
ness do not know the difference be
tween right nnd whiskers hesitate'
Why add to the strain ol family llfeV
Even IT you have provided your wife
with n vacuum cleaner why multlpl'
the cares of a busy housekeeper?
"Ask yourself If It will add In any
way to the pleasure of any one In the
family. When your mother has mis
laid her steel rimmed spectacles does It
not make one more place that has to
"Men who embark on a career ot
whlskercnltnre are obviously though'
less. What man would cultivate wis
tarla chlnensls on his chin If he vlsu
nllzed himself nt some future breakfast
having to loop up those vines with
portiere cords In order to slide a poach
ed egg In without mutilating It?"
OBJECTS ON THE MOON.
The Size They Must Be to Show In
Our Different Telescopes.
The Abbe Moreux. director of tbe
astronomical observatory of Bourges
France, answers In Cosmos tbe ques
tlon. "What Is the smallest object vlsl
ble on the moon?"
First It Is necessary to know what
Is the smalltst angular magnitude that
the naked eye can perceive. Expert
ment, says the abbe, proves this to b
thirty seconds. In other words, an
object thai subtends an arc of thlrt.
BeCOROJB la flrs visible to the naktsi
S Therefore an object having an
angular diameter of one second can be
seen when It Is magnified thirty times
An arc of one second represents about
6,000 square feet at the center of tbi
lunar disc. Hence, a telescope thai
magnifies thirty times will make vN
lble a spot C.000 feet In diameter 01.
tbe surface of the moon.
A more powerful telescope will reveai
smaller objects One with four Inches
nperture and it power of 300 will show
objects of i00 feet diameter. One
with a power of 2.000 diameters wil
reveal details measuring about nlnet)
This, howerer. Is theory. It takes n
trained and practiced eve to see tine
details through a telescope. The agltn
tlon of the earth's atmosphere In
winds and currents Interferes terriblv
with tbe use of very high powers in
telescopes. An enlargement of 400 di
araeters almost exceeds tbe prartlcu'
limit It can be used only on perfectlj
clear, still nights when the moon 1
high nbove the horizon. This will re
veal objects 4.10 feet in diameter, but
will not show any form or detail.
Levels of Atlantic and Pacific
At certain stages of the tide the lev
els of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
at the Isthmus of Panama differ mate
rially. At Colon tbe difference between
high nnd low water Is not much more
than twenty-three Inehes. while nt
Panama It Is generally thirteen feet
and at times as much as nineteen feet.
The current that would be produced bj
this condition of tilings In h sea level
canal would seriously Interfere with
navigation, but under the present ar
raugemeut of a locked cnnal the illfll
cnlty Is obviated. Tho Suez cauul pie
Kented no such difficulty, the difference
In tide level at Port Said and Suci be
ing of a trilling nature. New Vork
An Old Acquaintance.
A resourceful girl, Davlng danced a
pink parry frock to ribbons, took what
was left of It und nmUe u wonderful
lamp shade. The next evening she was
entertaining a caller In the soft light
und she said to him quite casually:
"How do yon like my new lamp
William regarded It for a moment
critically, then be said: 'The last time
I saw that shade I danced wltb If
New Vork Poet
"1 don't see why lawyer should get
Imposed on so much." said Kanuer
"Yea. Kvery time one gets n kotpiti
ment office be says he is compelled to
give op a lucrative practice." Wash
Cooea Btin Currency.
When. Mexico waa discovered by tb
Spaniards, lu 1519. cocoa beans wen
nsed for currency. The Spaniards found
two and a half millions pounds of
beans In the national treasury.
Willis There are two ways of buy
ing stocks. One Is to buy outright.
Glllls-Ycs: tbe other la to buy lu
ARE YOU A MATHEMATICIAN?
Then Solve This Problem and Win a
Prlte of $2S;000.
Tbe Inrgest single prize offered for i
a scientific discovery Is still going
begging. The prize has been open to
competition for many years. At first
sight the problem fur n solution of
which the prize is onered looks no
more dlllicult Hum those with which
high school students are fnmlllar, bur
many of the greatest mathematician
In the world have trkd to solrc. tbe
problem inul clien it up In despilr.
It Is known as I'erniut's problem
Nearly !?00 jears ago Fermat, oiip
of tbe greatest mathematicians who
ever lived, stated that the equation
tnynrrzn -mild not be satisfied bv
whole numbers when n Is an odd prime
number different from unity. The prob
lem may be staled In another way viz
that nynzn cannot be catlstied
when a Is any Integer greater than 'J!
The one follows as a logical conclusion
from the other.
The Academy of Sciences of Gntttn
gen, German v. offers n prlre of lOtWKiO
marks (about $2..CuUi for proof or this
assertion This is the prize that Is
Dr. Joseph Itowden. professor of
mathematics. Adelphl college, 1 1 rook
lyn. asked by the Scientific American
to state the precise conditions for win
nlng the prize, writes that the Acad
emy of Sciences will not consider any
manuscripts sent In. but only proposed
solutions printed and offered for sali
as monographs. In books ou mathe
matics or Id mathematical periodicals
Tbe award will not be made until two
years after the publication of the mem
olr In order that mathematicians may
have ample opportunity to test aud
criticise the solution.
The object of these restrictions Is to
save the academy from being Hooded
with undigested manuscrlps. It will
only consider solutions that have stood
the test of some competent editor or
publisher In the first place.
FRANCE IN SOUTH AMERICA.
Its Influence In the Melting Pot of
South America is tbe melting pot ot
the Latin races, and the French Influ
ence now seems to predominate over
that of Spain. Italy is well represent
ed, especially In strong Argentina
Brazil seems to be the most polyglot of
them all, for here tbe native Portu
guese Is mingled not only with tho
Spanish and French and English, but n
great deal of German. In the south of
Brazil 00 per cent of tbe people sneak
German, and Portuguese Is not always
enforced as the language even ot the
Tbe large German colonies here do
not affiliate wltb these people as they
do with the Anglo-Saxon brothers ot
tbe north. They live to themselves,
they retain tbelr own language and
customs. In Chile, where there are
many English, too, the Germans direct
the education of tbe country. Buenos
Aires ts close to this Germanic group
In southern Brazil nnd feels Its In (In
ence, though Argentina seems the most
unified and progressive of the repub
lies In point of literary expression and
French Influence also Is felt in Bra
zll. Rio de Janeiro Itself was founded,
as a refuge for French Huguenots
though they were afterword driven
back. In Paris today one hears that n
youth Is to emigrate to America, but
probablv It Is to Rio that be Is golm:
There are many French Immigrants,
and French Is required In most of the
schools und Is next to the native tongue
in Importance In northern Brazil. For
merly In Brazil Spanish or German Hi
ways came next to Trench, hut It I
said that some of tbe states now re
quire English as the third language
and that Brazilians are proud of their
English. Christian Science Monitor.
Ernest Vlzetelly, who bas publish
ed u record of his experiences dur
ing the Franco-Prussia ii war. tells a
htury to Illustrate the popular mania
for discovering "treason" that pievall
ed In Paris.
Ue says that one day u soldier re
marked to a comrade:
"1 uin sure tbut the captain ts a trai
tor." "How's that?" was the rejoluder.
"Well." said tbe suspicious soldier,
"have you, not noticed that every time
be orders us to march forward we In
variably encounter tbe enemy?"
Executions In Europe.
Methods of putting criminals to death
vary. ln Europe the imlllutlne Is the
mode of execution most generally em
ployed., Austria, ,Hol)aqd and I'ortugul
are tbe only other countries besides
Great Britain where criminals ore,
banged. In Oldenburg they are shot. In
Brunswick: tbey are beheaded, aud lu
Spain tbey are garroted. Loudon Tele
graph. . .
"You persuaded our husband to Join
a glee club?"
"Yes," answered Mrs. Biggins; "when
he starts to sing at home I can noni ,
advise blm dot to tire bis voice. aidn
when be sinus In the club I can t heart
blm." Washington Star.
"Whsfs thn matter wltb your de
msnded Borrtu hotly. "I've got a right
to air my opinions.' haven't XT'
"Oh, of course." replied Brightly.
"They're so stale nbd liiusty tbey cer
tainly need something of that sort"
Tbe clothing of our minds certainly
ought to be regarded befure that efiu
our bodies. Steele.
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ters for bridal, couples, tourist
liartics, contentions, Schools and
The Powhatan attracts the
people of culture and education.
Its proximity to Slate, War and
Navv Departments, also to many
points of historical Interest,
makes this hotel especially at
tractive to a discriminating pub
lic The Powhatan offers rooms
with detached bath at $1.50,
12.00 and up. Rooms with pri
vate bath, $2.50. $1.00 and up.
Write for booklet with map,
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Circuit Court T. P. IllrKbtwl,
Judge, lien 1). Hlngo, Attorney; V.
P. .Mldklff, Jnller; 1J. 11. Harrass,
Clerk j 13. U. Ulrkhcad, Master Com
missioner; H. T. Collins, Trustee
Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff,
Hartford. Doiuitlcs 3. A. Ilmtchcr;
offico deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown mid
lOllmoro Keown. Court convenes first
'Monday In February nnd continues
three weelis; third Monday lu April,
(to wocKs; third .Monday in October,
County Court John IJ. Wilson,
Judge, V. C. BlanUeimhlp, ClerU;
C. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford.
Court convened first Monday lu each
Quarterly Court IJcejins on the
first .Monuay lu ecry month.
Couu of Culms Com cues first
Tuesday In January and first Tues
day lu October.
Other County Officers- C. S. Mo
loy, Surveyor, l'oilsIHc, Kj., It.
i' D, .No. '2: 'loin lllncs. Assessor.
Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Sliults, Superln
tcndeiit, Hartford, Dr. A. U. ltlley,
Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton,
Hoad Ungliiccr, Hartford.
JUSTICES' COL 1 ITS.
I'd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft
er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aft
er 3d Monday in June, Tuesday aft
er 3d Monday in September, Tues
day after 3d .Monday lu December.
1.. A. MplYnnlnt l?fiil.Mififr I.-rl.lnv
after 3d Monda In March, Friday
after 3d .Monday in June. Friday
after 3d .Monday lu Seiitembor.
Friday after 3d Moudnv in lie.
S. Iacli. Croniwoll. 'i1nii!nv
after 3d Monday In March,, Wed
nesday artcr 3d Monday lu June,
U'olncbday after 3d Moi(day In Sep
tember. Wcdm-sdav after :!il Mimi.
day In Dccemher.
It. C. TIchrtior, Ccntcrtown, Sat
urday after 3rd Monday In each
Wlnson Smith, Select. Tuesday
after I'd .Momlnv In Mnn'li Tii(I.ii
after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday
after 3d Monday Ih August, Tues
day after I'd Monday In November.
W. S. Dean, Dundee, Wed
nesday after the second Monday In
March, Wednesday after JJ Monday
in May, Wednesday offer 3d Monday
In Aucust. Wednesday nfter 2,1 Mnn.
day In November.
Hell F. ItlCO. Fondsvllln Tnilrn
after 2d Monday In M.itvh nhi,ru.
day after L'd Monday in May, Thurs-
uay aiier .'U .Monday In August,
Thursday after 2d .Monday In No-
Ben W. Tnvlor. Hjiliiri l.vl,lnt. .
er 2d Monday In March, Friday after
u .iionuuy in .May, Friday after 3d
Monday In Aiir-imt Prlilnv nd. ",i
Monday In November.
1IAKTFOKD POLICE COUIIT.
O. C. Martin. Judunr Mp nnvif.lt
Fogle, City Attorney; J. 1. Stevens.
.uurenui; i-oun convenes seconxi Mon
day In each month.
Uty Council J. C. Her. Mnvnr- I.
T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Bean, Treas
urer. .Mcmuers or council J. C. Ikti
nctt, Capt. A. D. White. A. U. Pate,
J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser. W. 11.
School Trustees J. D. Dulse, Chair
man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr.
J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis.
M. E. Church, South Services
morning and evening cveny first nnd
third Sunday In each month. Sun
day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer moot
ing every Wednesday evening. Rov.
B. W. NaploT, pastor.
Baptist Church Sen Ices morning
and evenlnc every iwniui nn,i fnm-th
Sunday In each month. Sunday school
. a. in. rrayer mooting every Wed
nesday evonlnir. Rev. A. H itin
Christian Church Services every
third and fourth fintulnv ,,t it .. ...
aid 7 l). ni. Sunday school 0:30 a. in!
Elder Gwlnn, pastor.
Hartford Loduo No. i;ts. v. nmi ..
M. mcota eor flrsf .MniwinK- ni.riii
In each month. W. S. Stevens,
m.; uwon nunter, Secretary.
Hartford Chanter No. &4 n k s
meeta every second and fourth Mon
day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams,
W. M.; Jns. II. Williams, W. P-;
Miss Ellaboth Mlllor, Secretary.
Rough River Loduu No. 1 HI K'nt-lir
of Pythias menta itverv 1'nnuil.it- .....
Ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; "w. R.
Hedrick, K. of R. & S.
Jlaruord Tent No. M k. i 'p ai
meets every first and tnlrd Thursday
nlghU. R. T. Collins, Commandor;
E. P. Moore, RecoiU Koojier.
Acmo I.odco No. .130 in n f
moots every second and fourth Frl-
uuy nignis in cacii month. C. M. Bar
nett, Noble Grand;,. W. R, Hedrick.
Hartford Canin No. 2fi2 w r wr
metitB every second and fourth Sat
urfdajy nights in each month. Tom
wiuiams, Council Commander; W. C.
Sunshine Hlvo No. 42. i. n t m
meets every first and third Friday
nlehta In ench month tin am.
, " --. .-..., ...,, nt,;u
uriiun, i.auy commander; .Mrs. 11.
E. Mlschke, lady Record Keeper.
KeyBtone Chapter No. 110, R. A.
M meets overy tbtrtd Saturday night
In each month. John T. Moore High
Priest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY.
State Officers President, J. H. Mc
Conncll, Princeton, Ky,; Vice Presi
dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlejnberg Co.;
Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson,
Calhoun. Ky.: Orcanlzer. T. if rtni.
main, Hartford, Ky.
Members state Executive Board
Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W,
Dunn, Daviess county; HOnry Plrtle,
Ohio county; E, I. Ray, Hardin coun
ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county.
Ohio Countv. OflCAro R T. Rtnvr.
ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Sec-
reiary; a. ju. uenneu. Treasurer. .
COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford,
1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky.
2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky.
3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky,
4. H. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky, ''
vm y fiit) j& a.
Otto C. Martin
Attorney at Law
Will practice UIb profvalon In ilt
and adjoining counties. Couunerekas
and Criminal Practloo a Spocialty.
Attorneys at Law
Mtfr8. W. II. U.ihhu und C. B
StnlUi announw Uuit Uwy luive fonn
a ikirUi?cihAi for tliu &'ier;U irr.io
ticc of Uw, excAiit crlmliKil nnd dlvor
cuit!, Mr. Smith btdng Cotuttjr Attor
ney Is pwveiitod frtn practicing such
cellos. Mr. U.LT1K; uJH Individually
.uxH-ivt such practloa OfXIc.ti lr
Hartford Rcpubliam building, Ilnrt
ARTHUR D. KIRK
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD, - KY.
ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVIUW
This offico is equipped for hand
ling Commercial l.av and C'ollectloiv
Items na well as other legal and llll-
gated matters. Practice lu all tbe
courts. Prompt and vlgoroua service-
M. L. Hcavrln's Office.
Attornoy at Law
CROMWELL, - KY.
Will, practice his profession In thlo.
and djolnlng counties. CoUectlona,
Commercial and Criminal Practice a
Specialty. Prompt and vigorous
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Hartford, - Ky.
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