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The HaeteoM Republican. iii- 7T- m mmm how how you stand wilh Tho Republican. Pay up and ono year In Advance nnd wo will sond you Tho Loulovlllo Wookly Commorclal ono yoar froo. Subscribe at onco. Will liAFJiriW Mil) ? fl THIS TAG WE 1)0 JOB WORK Every : ( rf crnciAL organ or tss nm in tee roo&TScoM&ficssioKAi . Au district, VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1894. FISHKAWK'S MISTAKE. His Keen Cye Dscoivcd tho Ocean Hstur In This Case. Pishhawks got their entire food supply from the water. Their eyes uro so constructed that even at great heights they cun see fish that Bwlm near tho surface and then dive with lightning speed. The fish Is caimht In tho claws and Is taken to tho nest of the bird before being eaten. Tho writer has seen a hawk make a mistake and catch a hard crab, and when tho crab got both his big claws fulrly at work on tho ten dcrpart of the bird's legs there was somewhat of shaking and diving In the air to get rid of the crab, but it Is not often they get fooled. It Is gen-- . erully allUn their favor. A hawk will fly away with a big eel wriggling In Its claws that a man could not hold thirty seconds with both hands. Tho hawks sometimes, however, will dive at things they do not wunt, and a thing occurred a few years ago which is worth tolling. u , A steamer was passing Scab right. Itwosa blif coaster from Savannah to $ew YcA, and a- lady on board lost overboard a handsome and valu ablu luce shawl, which floated away after striking the water. The pas sengers, being Interested, watched the shawl as far as they could see it, and finally sawaflshhawk dive at U, get it fast to his claws and fly In land with it. The lady was very much put out at losing tho article and advertised a reward for the same. A lineman took a notion he coujy get the shawl ufter hearing the circumstances, and with his spurs he started to pay a visit to A NO, Latest U, S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. .2. IVORY j k. ' ( fr i' i TOR CLOTHES. tHC PHOOTtft ft OAMalt 00. CttflV .ft rS.?m j lii CAM Wt "VBal d I OBTAIN A PATENT f Dd tton.wrtbto ttaw antwar w boan bouart riytftrraanr M I) NK aeCU bar bad to to patat baMMta. Oo Mania. ooniMvmuu. lions utouj a iiaawpoaaocu ami toyr a do fonaaUoa euooMVlaff taiataaaiaantrraa. aimioiumcwmim na mailing unma im. VW nh miJ00? raicou mvif WHWi ID M Mlfllll ID AHffnnRi po pajrfUtrtta. ihtu rm Immi wkwt mmt, oat ont to tha tnritr. Winn aUbad Martha tms (MUM wMktf, layaniraWt&aaVa7 unrt rtrcmalloa of any aetanUAc work la taa COPYRIGHTS. wn vu latts L onDMimnif. . BnlWInj rmoa-aw- w t. Btaaia , oenu. WfWT aaaibar oootaina baaa oofeavapd pbotfliiuptLiof in uiui pwN, plan aftaWm builder to .aow Um houM. witb Utin doting od iwiarjonotffrft. AridrrM JftUnJI Wf JfVW IUUA SOI 0WUUWAL wqria-.Tw- warn Ji y,fBJy aw w ro Cdtton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) every flsjihawk'suestin the country Immediately back of Senbright. The Hhawl was found hanging on thorldoof a nest on the Lewis White furm near Little Silver. What the hawk wanted with the shawl is hard to tell, for they use no such thing in building their vests. Philadelphia News. GOLD MINING Arkansas, Texas With through Car Service iron) TO in GEORGIA. THE ONLY LINE TO Tons of Prsctout Ore Said to Da Available. MMIS No TEXAS Some time ugo a prominent geolo gist on belifg approached on the subject spoke of the possibilities of the production 4 of Georgia gold very highly, says tho New York Journal. 'The gold In Georgia," said he, "is In a perfectly accessible region, which makes it twico as valuable as gold, that might be taken out of Cal Iforiiia or the Black Hills. A mine of rnormoQs richness Is of little value If It Is In an Impenetrable region. The gold country nof k Georgia la In a perfect of railways, and tho metal can be found very near the surface, thus making It easily reached by the miner. The water courses that pour down the hills give the best possible power, labor Is cheap and easily procurable, and It Is necessary, to transport tho ore but a net-wor- cliMUgu ol Can to OU INTKUMEDITE POINTS. Two Daily Ti ains ' through Coaches and Carrying Travcieing the PuIIiimii Sleeiien. fiuefit larmiag, graziug ami Umber ux lauds. And reaching tho moat tow n a and cities in the pro-pero- fc Great Sourhwest YeiMinjt FARMING LANDS. y all the eeieuU, corn and ahuudunt cotton, audeepecially adapted to the ullivaliou ol finall traits and early short dlstdncc." vegetable. Affording GRAZING LANDS. pasturage during alnnst the excellent Tntire year, aud comparatively clow to the great market. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost iuexliauHtiblo forests ol yellow piue cypress anil the hard wochU1 common to'Arkausas and Eastern Texas. Can bo procured on rcaionahle and advautageoua terms. All lines romirrl wllh etNfin niidrHMVe UtU Cotton Belt Rout Ask your nearest picket Agent for maps, time tables, etc., and write to any ot the following lor allinforma-tio- n you niaycctejiiri touceraing the trip to the Great'Southwest unlevlnllif u t; It has been estimated that the gold belt of Georgia Is about ono hundred miles in breath. The richest sections of this belt have been found to be fn the counties of Cherokee, Lumpkin, White and Dawson. A mining specialist, In talking of late discoveries, re cently said: ( "It seems to be decidedly In the range of probabilities that tons of tho precious ore can bo taken out of the existing mines or newljr opened veins, if tho proper machinery is used and tho shafts are sunk deep enough. It is a question of International Importance where we may replenish tho supply of tho precious metal when the mines now being worked tail. I do not think that govern ment aid would be misplaced In opening up these valuable lands, but whether or not any action Is taken by our government, the Georgia hills cannot long remain undeveloped." well-know- n f 5s- - ? h & School Sunday afternoon were Dr. H. E. Becker, Mis. Alice Dawson, Mrs. Susan Evans and Miss Nina Cox, Qwesboro; Miss Lottie Dean, Louisville1, and Mr OUie Taylor, Cruseton. ANYWHERE! Miss Sudie telle Griffin and mothEVERYWHERE! er, Owensboro, were the guests of Mr. Squire Camp last week. uMMirt ixounaioN Mr, Will Camp, baggageiuaster on ' TICKKTsl ! vMtw (the Falls of Rdugu R, R , is at home for a lew weeks. rt Misses Pellet Miller, Emma Rogers RJkXXKOiUD, and itis Harrison, Messrs John liar To thi Spring aasl M w4sUm tf VtrtlalaU rison, Prof Jt"W. Rujumuge and Joe w HVa, UutH Ti f Harrison attended the ice cream supTi Hit SeMkiraafj tb per ae'Pleasant Ridge Saturday uight. to Midi the PtpiMifiT HESOHH Dr. Will ArmeniJt arid wlie,0enrf. boro, were the' guest ot Mr. L. R. ' STATES IMS IJUUM Becce Sunday, . AS WBtt AS TO TBS j ( Mist Mamie Becker, who, lias betn Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, Tix. July 30. There will be an ice cream supper at this place August nth for Dii't Paw AgtuXfiuifqileKy. the benefit of the Sunday School. E. W.LaBEAUME, 8t, Iquw, Mo. Among the visitors at Sabbath G. P. A Tki. Agt,, R.T. G.:MATTHBWSt HAtllT. J. A.BDSON, 9 t. .' aW4 ITEI Peasant Spph Mar Horn: SAWMViWBXsTSa,' : m. Sla itfr : Famous for their SocU1, Healthful, sod Rco&ossk Advantage. , j re" --If baya aMutloMwkhlualj ws,yv teat TOXPRS AN MAS aftft uhmT riaVaawnns dkwass. a MStotmoa "- - Dt. nsTOlBo . Aft4 Wi. for INS Ue leas an SI a4vrtl aort or anyofsMMjWlnfi rrr,rsr.zn'wmzr.r n (Srcs&rc ; vaaM mtymm, Iff WaaSfcar.ram ipasslag, wlaVK,Oaajtt d&T "fSTj - SUM TOI OSRI 19 j l. aaSaaSvaajaa oraaaaaaai - IT3i iww-waW- w- 54. i ssisstssTsa, gsriliii eenTpowais SSW FttayCo4UrOSaa4 .cm! BSasyars BtooOVJraf PaSC flatted fat R, If 0.1, B15 AGMlk lAVHflU v westsraaUaswtassat The action ol the Senate )tivc.tirv tion Committee in attempting to coerce newspaper cotrespon&ents L.to j disclosing the sources of Information . on which were based certain nrtio'cs j which appeared in their iicwspapcis, brings up ati important piont in the A WONDEBFDL CANYON. ethics ol journalism. An Arizona Foaturo That Rivals The ground taken by tpe corre tho Yosomlto In Beauty, sponde..t i 1 their tef s d U fuinisli FAIKV FAY. the desired inlormation isithatthey The Grand canyon 0 the Colorado to protectjthe perIs looked upon as tho great natural Like a ship without a rudder is a are in duty bottnl thcinftrmation, wonder of Arizona, and it deserves man or woman without health and sons who gave them and that, we btlievc, UieciU lc up all that can bo said of it in the way the necessary strength to perform the held by all who believeftrunyiotabil- - of grandeur nnd.vostness. But ordinary duties ol life. When the jyt im .h . . tho A ncVspapcr nfidence. aai rH(irvwi in .1 ter . "" apltitc fails, when debility, and dis- ity of a betray a confidence any vuieraaa mucnmoro .lnicresun "'."! ntcry in ordered condition of stomach, liver, must net more than bhould a doctoror a lawyer ninny wuyB tlmt is seldom heard of. kidney and bowels assail you, take This, however, Is not strange, condivulge knowledge obtaineJ hi a pro ' sidering tho fact that a survey has Ayer's Sarsaparilla porfessional capacity. While the never been made of It and but one tion of a newspaper man is not ex ct-l- photographic instrument was ever Aug. I This neighborhood was analogous to that ol a doctor or a curried within Its rugged walls; and well represented at the Populidt pic- lawyer, inasmuch as much ol the inthat was only a small hand camera. nic Saturday. formation given to him is for publicr- The place referred to Is what Is Miss Fcrna Chinn is visiting Mrs. tion, yet the same principle is involknown as Sabine canyon, and it is a Nannie Barnes, Shultztown, this ved, and there is the same obligation rift in tho southern side of the Santa week. of secrecy as to the source of tuch Catalina mountains. Tho mouth of twcnty-fivemllc- s Mrs. Stella Cooper is sick at her communications. Every newtp rcr tho cauyou is about northeast of Tucson, A. T., and tha mother'jSirs. Eliza Taylor's. of the name beman who is wurthy Miss D. Martin visited her aunt, liever himself bound to protect those road to within a few miles of It is as smooth as an asphalt pavement. Mrt. Loyd I locker, Saturday and from whom he receives inlormation. Tho size of Sabine canyon ranks S inday. To wantonly betray the source of with the Yoscmlto and. Kings river M.r. A. A. Brown left Sunday night Mich information would destroy the canyons, but it has many features for the Mammoth Cave, where he will usefulness ol the press The relations distinctively Its owb. It has no spend several days in viewing the of newspaper to the public are such steep precipices llko ElCapltan, and wonders ot the Ctve. the natural beauty of grass and flowthat in its course ofcollectingar.d Mrs. Lou Austin and Miss Adtna the news it becomes the ers, common In the Yosemitc during But SaStevens attended the Institute last repository of many secrets, and by its tho summer, Is absent. Mrs, Stella Cooper and possesion ot a wide range of facts is bine canyon lias cliffs that make one Thursday. her mother, Mrs, Taylor, attended enabled to better serve the interests dizzy to look up at, and surprises such the explorer at every the Institute Wednesday and Thurs- of the public Were it not for the await other canyon of tho side country as no day. confidence that in matter ot impor- -' can boast of. Mr. Harrison Austin, who has had tance the source of inform ition woild Tho great peculiarity of Sabino bis arm broken for situe tun r. is imbe guarded, much that is of practical canyon is the variety of vegetation proving. . that can be found within its walls at benefit would be withheld. There wjll be an ice creim supper Without discussing the motives for any season of the year, From tho given at the Schoolhouse Saturday giving for publication! information on mouth of the canyon to tho place it night, August 4 A grand time is matters of general intercut, it ctn m t ends thero Is a difference of six thousand feet In elevation, and as a expected. Hannah be denied by any fair minded person, ' consequenco tho vegetable growth that the identity of the informant comprises nearly everything known With but little care and no trouble, should, if so requested, be kept secret. to botany. At the lower elovatlons the beard and mustache can be kept The public good is set veil by the pub- giant cacti, palms, and oven the a uniform brown or black color by licity given the facts, and the press, wild lemon row In profusion. At using Buckingham's Dye for the having fulfilled US obligation to the the top nothing can bo found but Iu tho Whiskers. snow' plants and lichens. public, is bund to protect it inforsummer the snow plants disappear, mant. MX I II UK NPKINVN. and tho lichens have a struggle for The case at Washington will be We are needing rain in this comexistence In the barren soil and not by rocks. watched with great interest, munity very badly. Blackberrying has been the go here the press alone, hut by the public, to Sabine canyon Is about twelve lor sometime. I think tveryone has whom the.outcome is of far gnater miles long, and has a general direcimpottance than to any particular tion from northwest to southeast, his share of berries, "" A"part"bf ycrtg,Tpeop1e1wcnt buttwlsts and spreads out among ,., on newspapciuiuolvHl ; fieTlilflsT so at 'cerfaln places it It is hardly probable that the action an excursion up Rough River Sunday seems to go in every direction. In, of the committee in threatening im they report a pleasant time. one pluco tho canyon Is three miles Mrs. Henry Godsey and little son, prisonment to the correspondents will wide, and at another not more than Ray, spent the day with Mr. G. I,. have any effect, unless it be to cause one,thousand feet. them to guard even more closely the Johnston last Friday. Leaving Tucson the road to Aguas his best secrets they possess. Calientcs is followed for twenty Mr. John Woosley called on It is to be hoped that the honor miles- - and' is as 'smooth as a floor. girl Sunday eve. of journalism will tc But at a certain point, marked by a Mrs John Martin and son, Forrest, and dignity these men who have de preserved by vUiting the fiel the committee in its attempts to peculiarly shaped cactus, this road from Beaver Dam, are must be left and a poorly defined family of Mr. P. B, Martin. break down one of the safeguard of trail followed over the desert. At the people. Mr. Jim Bales was in town Saturplaces this can hardly bo discerned day to see, well you know who. The Chicago Ledger has struck the on the sand and rocks, and when the Dr. II. F. Bean is sick at this writ- nail on the head bv starting in its isfoothills are reached nothing can ing sue of August 1st a facinating love be seen of it. Hills of sand and gravel stretch on every side, and We think we can hear the wedding story cutitled'Caught in the Strike It deals with the late A. R U strikf , even la the winter months tho beat bells soon. giving names nnd places familiar to is unbearable. Travel is slow, and Messrs. Robert Lee and A. L. many of our readers. Sample copy, leaving tho road It takes at talking of striking again. giving first instalment of the story, after threo hours to reach the place least Mr. A. N. Martin, Jrom Paducah, is will be mailed free on application called the canyon's mouth, which the Chicago Ledger, Chicago, III visiting his parents. looks like a collection of peculiarly Mr. I, C. Stephens is visiting ilomenttil.AbrojMl. shaped mountains. friends in Horse Branch. It is the duty of everyone, whether To reach this spot Is a good day's! Miss Belle Hamilton is visiting at home or traveling for pleasure or jouruey from Tucson, and man and; Miss Laura Johnston this week. business, to equip himself wilh the horse will be glad to rest for the Mr. Henry Cole made a flying trip remedy which will keep up strength night. It is best to start early the next to Davidson Saturday, returning Sunand prevent Illness, and cure such ills all in morning and travel up the canyon bePrim Rosr. day eve. as are liable to come upon gets hot and then rest "again everyday life. For instance, Hool.s fore it cool of the afternoon. until tho Ayer's Hair Vigor is cleanly, Sarsaparilla as a general tonic, and Within a mllo from the canyons agreeable, "DeneGcial, and safe. It is to keep the blood pure and less liable entrance tho wonders ot the place; the most elegant and the most eco- to absorb the germs of disease, will Ibecomo visible. Rocks of peculiar' By be well nigh invaluable. Clnnge ot shape rise hundreds of feet into tho nomical of toilet preparations. A group its use ladies can produce an abun- drinking water often causes serious uir llko church steeples. dant growth of hair, causing it .to be- trouble, especially if one has teen of three of these are at least onej thousaud feet from tho wall of the come natural in color, lustre and used to spring water in the country. Is nearly a teaspoon f il cf canyon, and the tallest texture. From a few drops to 'seven hundred feet high. They come Hood's Sarsaparilla in a tumbler of to the ground abruptly, and do not Mnmmotli i'nvr. water will ptevent the water having cover a space of seventy-fiv- e ' feet Bayard Taylor says of the Cave, any injurious effect. square. So thin are they from tho after visiting all the natural wonders t Hood's Vegetable Pills, as a cabaso to peak that they look as If a I have of the Old nnd New Worlds: thartic, cause no discomfort, no dis- breath would shatter them. been twelve hours under ground, but turbance, no loss of sleep, but assist Tho floor of the canyon Is comI have gained an age in a strange and posed of largo rocks and bowlders the digestive organs, so that satisfacthitherto unknown world; and age of ory results are effected ju a natural iwlth patches of sand here and there, wonderful experience and an exhaust-les- s and regular manner. lln between these rocks are pools oj t store of sublime and lovely memwater of great depth and as clear 84 To tote tto prollttx crystal. Some of those pools are ories. Before taking a final leave of thought. requires trees of different the Mammoth Cave, however, let me But th simple fact surrounded by kinds, and tho ground near by'ia la known to many- assure thdse who have followed that Pr. Fenncr covered with a thick growth of grass no description can do justice Golden Relief cures and flowers! It Is difficult to 11 Consumption. t its sublimity or present a fair pict ' Imagine that tho lovely spot can be Uma iocs It araxf urc of its manifold wonders. It is Sitting In such a desert locality. nrnl U flTtrr oass, I . mm-M-k the greatest natural curiosity under tho trees everything around then used before have ever visited, Niagara not ex I the ltucs tftTo be is green and fresh, but glance a few typical ctaet cepted. and he whose expectations are soms too far disorganized. Hero'spounds, cheeks feet beyond, and tne eye meets oart-re- u :M Miss Jones, Sffcdia, tes d cliffs and stretches of not satisfied by its marvelous avc- - bars tha heetle flush"! soughs and rslcfsaU I nues, domes and starry grottoes must sand. lbs time: has just returned frota the South, where she spent the winter. Bid not Uaprore, I Traveling up the canyon Is slos either be a fool or a demigod,' If She takes ft drops of Dr, renter's Ooldea f, work, for It Is Ilka a series of canal sn a smsU lamp of suftr, ones U S tours, 'this Is the experience of one of fcnproTsaent begin nt one. X t weeks she locks. Every few hundred feet p the world's greatest travelers those kat filmed 10 pounds, la ft weeks eke weighs steep wall of rock Is mei that reareaedy' U who have jM&ycr beheld the wonders ISO end Is otrniD. Tne lefli aSjnatlet,Btxctno ders It necessary to climb along the no sore In Wtlammatio. We. I of theCayor felt the weird and ntsa, no eonsumpUon. ia It eurcs long list side of the canyon. Tfcja U very diffithrilling emotions experienced by a M silstenta from e'eoBUDon aore tnroat, to a cult, and also makes the ascetit In kreneklUs, nsUmsn sad eonaueapUon, 'trip through its beautiful avenues nrmTS a tootknene to n grTS mettFejfU, froan a elevation very rapid. In less than frees rksussntlstt andn fross five miles the tropical plants have should embrace the opportunity offer- keedeoee So a grATe a seeaplalnl te jTSTft dysentery, entirely disappeared and other vegeMammoth Cave Excursion sitt t ed bv the TbU wlJf range efslUeUen has 11, to be dubbed a tation becomes more plentiful, osssUmss unJusUy enused qsi August X5thi6th via the C, O. & one sUseaas MettreaL" But It tsnV It Tho local color in cliffs and rocks 8? W. R. R aadtkatlsifljfanmdn, Jagsnanilna saaaot also changes, losing a great deal of prcaenceandtantMc.'t,MMijreft Excursion tickes,including railroad avis t tel U Ubleepoonful dose enres n Qrlpp. Ha hard whiteness und taking on Imm,' One 'transportation, trips through Long It aever disappoints. OorteiM a ovists, sr grays and given.. mUm ar mtnenl BOlaOaa. Perfectly Sate. and Short Roattayand oae and About half way up tho canyon a kteney refended It saltan ssiea aet gt Tea. Uim a noiue day's accoatmodaton at the atraoge balanced rock it seta. Il d, " y , spending n few months nt Unit ford and llawcsville, returned home last Thursday, accompanied by her coua-iKay Arnicndt Mr. Will Owsley went to Ovetisbo ro yesterday attd returned to day, accompanied by Mr. Bin! Muddox, who thinks of making his future home among us. Rev. D. F. Jenkins preached at Mt. Carmel Sunday. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter Farmers are threshing wheat this week. The young people of our place will attend the ice cream supper at Saturday night. Profs. Alexander and Foster, Hut-forwere at Oethabra !a week. n, Mtmmoth Cave Hotel, only $1250 ( from Beaver' Dam. For further information aid IlltiHtra-tee- l ptmphlet of Mammoth Cava witc or call on any agent of thaC. O & S T. B. IiVNCII W. R. K. Ge:i, IMsscngefiA.Tcut. NrurntiHuer Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1 Ktlilc tiiu fourth kstau v2 OWENS GORO, KY. Will practice his profension in Davicca LAWYER, H. Powder consists of two rocks really, the low er one being a cube of ono, hundred and fifty feet. It U a solid atone, having square corners and tipped so that its upper surface is Inclined at a steep angle. On this surface there-ianothec scjuarestoneabouta quarter the slzo of the lower one slowly slipping off. The effect is startling, and tho wonder is that the upper .roo maltU Ita, position- With the difference of another degree in" angle it would slide off rapidly. As It is, it Is doing that, but very slow s - and adjoining counties. Special at tention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jna. CJIemt, J.N. II. UVflilliiK. ABSOUUTELY PURE LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. ot-- GLENN & WEDDING, (Office, r Ani!crnu' llatnnr.) Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. By climbing on a cliff near by a trail of crushed atones can be seen behind it, showing that it has moved several feet since it first got into its unusual position. In a place about a mile abovo the balanced rock thero Is a flat stone floor nearly an acre in extent. It Is absolutely level and pure white, except for a few gray streaks that run through It, It Is one of the strangest sights in the canyon, and an attempt to explain its origin Is out of the question. HARTFOKD, KY Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, aud, xjntftof Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public square. E.D.OUFFT. , mm. mm B.0,RIItnOf araaaa.ee -- Aw.3aiittoJ w 1 attorneys 5t Jgaw, acoaa.tiailcy.i j W mit Mid-kifTa- re t Eiht miles up the canyon one of its walls is formed by the side of Mount Lemon, aud seven thousand feet of It can be seen at a glance. It is a very unusual sight, and t tho different elevations are plainly marked, by tho vegetable growth. The peak is covered with snow and Ice tho greater part of the year. Up there no vegetable growth can be seen, but a little lower a clean-cu- t lino of pines stretches along tho. sides, and a little lower scrub oaks appear among the rocks. Lower still cotton woods and elms are seen' until the last Is covered with a dense growth of gross and trees of all kinds. As the ascen t of the canyon Is. mado strange and wonderful sights A waterfal appear on all sides. comes frorn u hole in the face of a solid rock and throws a stream like a fire engine. A cave or grotto of blue Elcne filled witb water is a sight worth going miles to see. A large rock wedged" in between the two walls of a gorge and a bubbling spring on a small hilltop are only a To few of the unusual sights. enumerate them all, let alone de-- . scribe them, would be a heavy task, A wall o .perpendicular rock over one'KuVdred feet high marks the upper endr of this strange place. Above that the sides of Mount Lemon extend up1 to thirteen thousand feet above the sea level. The varied effects of sunshine and moonlight on the fantastlo rook for mation are unending, although the dry atmosphere,robs them of agreat charm that would be more than a slight suggestion of mist. Each hour of the day shows n certain spot in a different light, but a rainstorm turns the whole canyon Into a place) of enchantment. The summer rains always come suddenly and are very heavy while they lasf. One moment the sun will be, shining as It only can shine in .Arizona, and )n a second, it seems, a brilliant cumulus cloud appears over, tho mountain top, gradually spreading1 until a gloom and silence bang over trie rocky walls and crystal pools.' Suddenly there Is a burst Of thunder, and then a strange, ominous roar is' heard far over the mountains. Gradually it grows nearer and, louder, anil then it is all around, filling air and sky it is the summer' rain. To say that It falls In bucketfuls only faintly describes It. Nor can it be described so that one who has never seen It can understand the, steady 'downpour. The water comes down so thickly that a person cannot see ten feet around him, and then as suddenly as it came the storm ceases" and the sun appears, brighter than ever, from behind the clouds. and adjoining cdunties, Huperior Court and Court of Appeals, Collections aud all legal business attend-- " ed to. Office 329 E. Market St, ill practice m all courts of Ohio R. H. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beavkr Dam, Ky, the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. M. Iy. Will practice his profession in all Hbavrin. HEAVRiN Siikuiv Taylor. & TAYLOR, KttorneysaiLay? HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession inrall the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nndiu the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in Coiinty Attorneys office, iu Court House. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Heaveh Dam, Ky. (mm at ' H. BARINTES Liwi Hartford, Ky. I V; practice his profeseion in all tho,courts of Ohio and adjoining counties'sbd Court of Appeals. Spec isl attention given to roilcctioiis. Office ovqr Carsou & Co. J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most: reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. - If. i- - WillI For a few moments a deathlikq silence prevails, and then a roar comes from the canyon wall.. (Llke magic the rugged cliffs are covered, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to de all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. i H l , me-tha- t Am with sparkling waterfalls. Hundreds of feet into the depth of the canyon below steams of water , tua$le; breaking into foam and throwing bfj myriads of prismatic ralnbofriinta. The water increases In- volume and rises on the bottom of the canyon until the pools all disappear and a raging torrent U tearing among tho - i ' 120 DOLLARS rocks. sun-bake- Re-ke- I-- one-quart- er w-u-j. For possibly half an hour the display of nature's water works lasts, arTd then there is a gradual shutting off, until, only a few streams trickle over the sides of the cliff and tho pools in the canyon's bottom again 'appear, but now looking like liquid mud. In a few hours, though, they settle! , the birds come from their hiding places, and nature shows no sign of he rainstorm. v This strange spot in the wilds of Arizona Is not Ukaly to ever be visited by many people, and at pretest there are not a doaea a year who ex plore more than a mile from thef mouth. Last year a party ot three made a trip from one end of the can yoa to tho other. They were gem ef Ave days, and returned toNcvlllieW tloa feeling that they bad seen oae of the most woaderful places la the world. Saa rraacUooCalU made easily and honorably, without capital, daring your spare hours. Any man, woman, boy, or girl can do tlio work hand lly, vltliout "experience. Talking unnecessary. Nothing like it for money making ever offered before. Our workers No time wasted In always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach ysu in a night how to succeed from the llrt hour. You can make a trial without ex pease to yourself. Wo start you, mrolsli everything needed to carry on tho business successfully, and guarantee you against failure If you hut follow our Header, u simple, plain, Instructions, you are In need of ready money, and want to know all about tho best paying yout Jntxlacss Iwforu the public, send usdocu-Bieut address, and wo will mall you a glvlug you all tho particulars. PER MONTH Ybuit Own Locality In TRUE CO., Box 400, Augusta, T Mln. ' llfHlXIt-aalaV lUVBlSaf ourvu ni liouio wiuv on t paln.Book of nv I andQhmXaWa '""Mir" riuni M.WOpLLKY,W.W. HHwiinaSSMsm, ' ,V1 f 9' H w - ir w v y f -- - A -- -' Hartford Republican rUBUSIIKI) KVKRY FRIDAY MORNIKO tew months more will bring the conse- fall rains, and later the mud Friday, August io, 1894. We arc authorized to announce K. T. Williams As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county, Election, November 6, 1894. Domooratlc Ticket, r r county j v no :. quent upon these and the freezes and tlmwHol winter will render ourBtreels uiilcsrf some well nigh iuipaHsablo early steps are taken to build side walk. Let tho Town Trustees order brick walks erected wherever iu their Judgment the necessity of the case demands. Plank walks are a very expensive luxury entirely too costly for a town like Hartford, Whatever new walks we have by all means let us have brick walks. JRopublicau Ticket. K.lerlloii, Not. II. For Appellate Judge 11. L. D. OuflTy For County Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cnl. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorney 15. P. Neal. For Assessor S. C Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C, Westcrficld. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford cokstimm:; Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Fordsville Buford Judoe GufiVs pcech at the Court House Monday was very timely and was well received Ho made a good impression on our people, or more correctly speaking, renewed and heightened the very favorable opinion tho citizens of this county, irrespective ot party, have over felt for him. His candidacy appeals strongly to the people because of his eminent quali cations, his years of ripe experience, hisxiuswcrving integrity and honor and again because he is ot the people, is the people's friend aud owes no al legiance, express or implied, direct or indirect, to any ring or clique. The attention ot our readers is call- ! ?.: WANTED 100 DOZ. SPRING CHICKENS AT- - TRACY & SON'S. Highest price Goods or Cash. 111 ed to the paragraphs clipped from the veiy able letter of L. D. S. in a recent ibsue of tho Cincinnati Com mercial Gazette. L. D. S. is noue other than the able and popular Hon. L. D, Sampson, of Barbourville, a deserving candidate for the Republic an nomination for Railroad Commis-doneThe writer deals in a happy with Third and Fourth Die-trimanner politics, showing the spleudid chance for Republican success. Lack of space forbids the publication of the the whole article, which discusses the political outlook in every Congress ionnl District in the State. r. ct ;i The Democratic party stands pledged to the unqualified declaration Tuey have cast lots and the name that a Protective Tariff is unconstituof the sacrificial Iamb is Montgomery. tional. In view of this fact how can any conscientious Democrat support Bill deThe State Election iu Alabama re- the sulted in a victory for the Democratic nounced by many eminent Demo crats as a Protective measure, little candidates. better for Free Trade than the Mcs Was Rowan Holbrook a Jonah to Kiuley Bill. They seem to act upon Murray or will Mnrray prove a Jo. the theory that a man steals a horse if nah to Rowan Holbrook? worth 8100 he's a thief aud ought to go to the penitentiary, but if he steals What do you think of organizing a horse worth only 899 he's a good Hayti into a municipality, a verita- fellow and has committed no wrong. ble town if you please, with a police It is the merest twaddle to ofler as an court and a regular corps of officers? excuse, "We can't get what we want, then let's take the next best thiug," Last Republican Administration Protection is either right or wrong, the country enjoying unparalleled prosperity and the people contented constitutional or unconstitutional and happy. PresentDemocratic Ad there is no half way ground. Tie ministration the couutry in financial Democracy insults this country and ruiu and the people out of work and stultifies itself when it passes a law it Remember this declares itself to be unconstitutional. begging for bread. when you vote. Moultl Knitter Uet Nltwetl. te Mr. Smith Oark last Monday at San Francisco, while practicing with a pistol, hit the bull's eye 99 out of 100 shots at a distance of fifty yards. Any well regulated newspaper will give Mr. Carr 8500 a week to practice on spring poets when that vegetable is in season. NRW YORK TRIBUNE. The Hon. John W. Lewis is canvassing the eastern and south-easteparts of the District, and everywhere is arousing a healthy interest and enthusiasm. It is only necessary that every Republican do bia duty, ami John W. Lewis will be the next Congressman from the Old Fourth. rn of the First was defeated for reuoraina-tio- n District, Congressman Stone, to Congress last Saturday by Hon. J. K. Hendrick. Mr. Mont goinery in the Fourth was far more unfortunate in that he received his party nomination aud beside the unwelcome job of meeting John W. Lewis in the campaign will be defeated in November. A rmaoNKR who had been convicted of murder was granted a new trial recently because of the position of a comma in the lower court's instruct tions to thojury. It has long been considered the height of danger for a mail's life to hang by a thread, but when it comes to hanging a hu rutin life on the tail of a comma (,) you're gettin' things down fine and no mis take. The Colored Teachers' Institute for the counties of Butler, Daviess and Ohio has been in session at the Colored Baptist Church this week. The enrollment shows 20 present aud the meeting has been eminently successful. Itisbutjusttosay that this is the beflt Colored Institute ever held in the county and that the whiles do not apprecioto the udvaucemeut attained by the colored teachers. v Next Monday is tho time at which the County School Superintendents elect will qualify and tnke charge of tho echocl work. Mr. Z. II. Sliulte, Ohio county's new Superintendent, is already here preparing to enter up on tho discharge of his duties. There is no man in Ohio couuty, cither young or old, who is mote worthy to fill the position than is Zeb ShulU. He is well qualified for tho place aud possesses a lofty ideal of what a man We beaud au official should be. speak for him at tho hands of the people that unflinching support which will enable him to make his work most effective. In all his efforts to build up the cause of education in tho county, tho new Superintendent will have The Riu'UJimcan'h well V IB II Mr. Clark Howell, of Atlanta, Ga., who occasionally enlightens the readers of The New York Herald on their political duties in small type, no doubt means well when he says: 'Let us therefore take the President's re cent letter as a campaign shibboleth.' But as figures of speech are frequently misleading, he would have done well before using this one had he borrowed a Bible and posted himself on the 'shibboleth.' He could have found out all about it in the twellth chapter ofJudges. It was the word used ns a test against the Rphramites who were unable to pronounce it correctly, when they were trying to escape from Jephthah and his Gileadites at the passages of the Jordan, As the Scripture hath it: "Then said they unto him, Say now Shibboleth; and he said Sibbo-letfor he could not frame to pronounce it right. Then they took him and slew him at the passages of Jordan; and there fell at that time of the Ephramites forty and two thousand." If Mr, Howell proposes, as we understand that he does, to have the Democratic Hphraimites tested at the passage of the tariff" bill as the other Eprnimites were at the passages of the Jordan, he will see, upon a moment's reflection, that to require every Democrat to recite the President's letter in order to discover whether he can 'frame to pronounce it right' would take up too much time. Had Jephthah's men required any such elocutionary exercise as that, tliey never would have been able to gtt away with forty and two thousand victims in one day. Then, too, im agine the Democratic Eprairaites wadiug through the whole of the President's letter to find out whether or not they were to get slewedl Most of them would rather get slewed than read the letter. h; i t 1 CI HIM I IIIHHUII1H.! ...ltfU.1 ... . mirMfi. I He lives about two miles from town on the Brandenburg road. Several years ago he was tried for lunacy and was adjudged to be one. On a new trial, however, he was acquitted of the charge. He had an idea that the Lord had commanded him to kill his mother. He said the Divine powers commanded him to take her to the river, tie a rock about her neck and drown her. A few days in jail disHe got pelled his hallucination. recently. peaceably until nlong Of.late he has been causing uneasiness. Several weeks ago WMter Clark went to bis house to return some tools he bad borrowed and was chased off by hughly. The primary election held atHeflin Macey with an ax, On the 30th of Saturday resulted in there being 26 July James T. Beard was looking at votes caU, out pf which Mr, Murray some of his cattle with the view of received 33, a cow, Macey came out Miss Mamie Barnard, of Louisville. purchasing visited Miss Bessie Cox lost week. I with a cocked revolver in his hand, with which he madethreatcntngdem St, Rwn. MVKItnOHK. A'ug 7. Work has been resumed on Rough River by a crew often men who are clearing the banks of its timber. With the small force of men and the slow rate of work, it is not presumed that they will get further up than the old dam this fall, The Holiness meeting, which has been in progress here for the past few days, will close to night. One or two claim to have had their paths of life visited by the Holy Angel of Sanctificalion, but the majority of the town seem to have entirely rejected the invitation of the evangelist, The ice cream entertainment given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Lee .Whittaker, Saturday evening, was quite a pleasant affair, and the large crowd seemed to enjoy themselves QUARTERLY 11EV011T onstrntions toward Beard and ordcicil leader in his own county and ConMONtiAriN him from the place. Beanl went away gressional District, but is icgardcd ns ok Tim Robin Hood Glvoa a Glowing and came to town the next day and a valuable campaigner nil over the Tho First Day of Circuit procured a warrant for his nricst. State. His speeches, wi f.ir in the Account of Things In Court aud au Unusually The next day the officerabrought him campaign, have lieen well ttceUetl, Old Brockonrldgo. Liu'ko Crowd in Town. to town, he pleaded guilty aud was This district, if prupcily managed, s ; fined $50. He failed to pay or replevy reasonably sure to elect a Republican Hardi.nsburo, Kw, Aug. 5. Horso Trndora and Horao Mr, Claude Mercer, who Is employto Congress, and the National Rcpub the fine and was sent to jail. Jocklos Almost Tako ed at Washington, is nt home with He is a good fanner and will prob- lican oganiration should not ovci Tho Town. At thoCIoso of Buamoss on j anably pay the fine rather than stay in look this opportunity of gaining his family and friends. 18th day of Juno OlllKUl.MMtl.MTl.NO JOTT1NUN. Miss Sue Monarch, of Owensboro, jail. Alittle heroic treatment will other Congressman, 1804. is visiting Miss Mary Downier. Miss probably result in his better behavior. .NninhmlrU. .MmitK"mrr The crowd in Hattloid on last MonRoniN Hooi. ItEHOUllCEH. Monarch is n graduate of the ConThe Primary Election passed oil i day was the largest seen here on the Loans and Discounts . V. $72,075.87 , servatory of Music at Cincinnati. Mr, Montquietly last Saturday, and Down In Kentucky. find, day ofCiivuit Court for n number Ovcrdralts, secured . . . 264.11 A serious cutting affray took place gomery was nominated by a large maU D. S. IN CINCINNATI COUMKUClAi 59430 of years. AH day long the town was Overdrafts, unsecured . . at the picnic at Elder's Spring, in jority. The following is the vote in OA7.RTTK- .thronged w ilh a hustling, busy Due from National Hanks 11,115.58 this county, July the asth. We have Due from itate banks' and J Third District Last Wednesday this county by precinct: , . Bankers . .1 ,M559 npt been able to obtain the particu- at Bowling Green the District RepubMont'rv. Murray. crowd, and the slircts nboutthcUvcry stables were almost blocked with ve- Hanking house and lot , . 3,000,00 lars. The patties were a man named lican Convention met and nominated East Hartford 40 74 2,632.72 Siccic hicles. . . , 39 Gilbert and George Blair. Gilbert did Dr. Win. Godfrey Hunter, of Burks-vill- West Hartlord . 51 2,044.00 The horse jockey crowd was here Currency . itt the cutting stabbing Blair in eight 13 Furniture and Fixtures , . 1,500,06 Cumberland county, ns candi- Beda Many Current expenses In rich and varied profusion. 8$77iV places. Gilbert is a dangerous fellow date for Congress in the Third Dis- Buford 19 32 a "stack of bones," called for want and this is not the first trouble he has trict. The Democrats, a few weeks Heflin 23 .3 of nmorcappropriatcnnme, a hotsc," $94,1399 7 27 had. The Blairs, also, are oflen in before, at Scottsville, 00 nominated Bartlett's " was dragged aud goaded a Unit the LIABILITIES. . some difficulty. At this writing Blair Clarence U. Mackelroy, ot Warren Mngnn 25 25 who Capital htock paid iuliicash525ooo.oo by cruel owner, streets Fordsville is in a critical condition, with the county, as their candidate. 52 27 . t with whip and spur attempted to Surplus luud 8,250.00 21 chances for recovery in his favor. 13 MnckHroy is a young lawyer, inex- Slirevc . 4,204.02 infuse new life into the fiall bodys of Undivided profits perienced in politics, and unacquaint- Sulphur Springs . . . 45 " the helpless animal. Due Depositors 56,571.67 Mr. C. E. Haswell is again a fath56 15 DucStHelmnks&St'teb'k'rs 59.60 er. Mr. Haswell, to be sure, is both ed over the district, and Godfrey Rosine Quite a large number of Wild West Due National Hanks . . 54.60 Select 3 proud and happy. That sort of thing Hunter, the old Republican horses were sold here that day aud a 20 of Southern Kentucky, will be Cromwell 25 however, is so common at his house, large part of the crowd had no little 94.ia9'29 Cool Springs 7 5 that he takes it in a very matter of elected by a handsome majority. amusement in watching the lassoing Statu 01' Kkntuckv, ss S7 56 In the Third, ns well as most Beaver Dam fact way. The little stranger is a girl COUNTVOI'OlIIO. of these demons ot the 21 4 and has been christened Isabellc Mo eery other district in the State, there McIIenry John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver plains. The sale took place in Mr. So 15 Dam Deposit Bank, a located Henry, in honor of Miss McIIenry, of is much Democratic dissension. The Rock port Henry Field' barn lot and after the and doing busiucss in bank town the of 51 party in the Third for years has been Ccntertown 9 Hartford. horses wcrcdisjoscd of, the work of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duft lft wrangling with its leaders until Smallhous Ourlily white baseball team has been haltering the unruly eiuiues com- ly sworn, says that the foregoing re, . 17 ft things hae become serious, and Hon Horse Branch . receiving some severe drubbings at menced A bunting circus nor a port is iu all respects atrucstatement ( .4S teanc Herschel Goodnight, seeing the Ellis 5 the hands of the Cloverport team. double geared stcniAvinding Spanfsh of the condition of the said bank nt the close ot business on the 18th day Last week the Lei tch field colored team handwriting on the wall, refused to bull fight would have been mcrcchild's oljunc, 1894, to the best of his Total again become a candidate for the 737 373 came over with the expectations of Montgomery's majority . . . 364 play by the side of the entertainment knowledge and belief; and further says giving our colored team the same nomination, and left the matter with that the business of said bank has The majorities in theothercounties the crowd enjoyed. The horses were lccu transacted at the location namwranglers of the party, who have treatment. They succeeded, however, the securely haltered and then turned over for years been creating so much dis- as nearly as can be determined nt this ed, aud not elsewhere; and that the in coming out second best. The to the tender gnce3 ofn liijr buck above 'report is made in compliance turbance in that district, and South- time are as follows: For Montgoscore at the close of the game stood meryHardin, S43; Hart, 567; UnRuc, negro. These horses, rearing, kick- with an official notice received from ern Kentucky generally. ing, plunging and running, soon filled the Secretary of State, designating' 23 to 34 in favor of the Hardinsburg Two years ago Mr. Gooduight's op- 401; Nelson, 349: Green, 362; Ohio, boys. Our boys will go to Leitch the streets to the dismay of every- the iSth day of June, 1894, as the ponent was Hon. Godfrey Hunter, the 364; Washington, 196; Meade, 150; field shortly and will complete the sebody. Many serious accidents were day on which such report shall be made. preseut Republican nominee, and Grayson, 65; Taylor, 20; Bullitt, tie. ries by defeating the Leithfield team narrowly averted. Soon the horse Subscribed and sworn to before me Goodnight's majority was so Total, 3 317. For Murray Breckiu-ride- jockeys gathered again. along Market Street by John II. Barnes, the 20th day of 70S: Marion. 2G2 Total, i.ocmi. small and his escape from defeat so Rowan Holhrook, and for full two hours pandemonium June, 1S91. A light form of typhoid fever seems miraculous that he concluded his ' This givt.s Montgomery 2,257 in the reigned supreme. Clerk Ohio County Court. If there ever was to be epidemic in this country. There health would By Shkliiv Taylor, D. C, not pennit him to District. a town ordinance against such pro are several cases, among whom arc again make the race. Strong Repub-licaJ. II. Dnrks, Cashier ceedings no tangible representative Mr. Anion Kincheloe, Mr. Allen R. P. Hockuk, Director. llriuiirriillr INhN!jcHiii. candidates in close districts usuof that authority manifested itself. ' Kincheloe, Miss Eliza Jolly and little ally make it very Hahdinmumu;, Ky , Aug. 7. Jno. JL Barnks, unhealthy for DemI. P. Barnard, After the negroes had wearied the ' Lucy May, who is now convalescent. ocratic ofilce.seekers, and ' ji r ' it Mr. GoodNo case thus far has resulted fatally. night was very wise in There is dissatisfaction among Dem- horses down and tliejockeys had done recognizing The medical fraternity seem to be im- this malignant trouble ocrats iu this county over the out all their work the streets became once which was Of condition of the proving in their treatment of this likely to so seriously impair his come of the recent Congressional Pri more respectable and safe. s o. i iiamssu.i: dread disease. A great deal depends health. n dispatch was sent mar. In July Some time ago the grocery of S. O. on skillful nursing. Notwithstanding Mr. Goodnight's from Cloverport to the Louisville P. Unit or was closed on au attachment Miss Mary Board is visiting at Web- withdrawal on account of his health, would give Murray a majority of 2, sued out by some of his creditors and ster and Rineyville and Miss Hattie his political managers are already J"VLUL& since then the case has been vigorous-May at Webster. grooming him as Southern Ken 500. The count will give him Soo ly prosecuted iu the Courts. The A number of our citizens are sub- tucky's Democratic candidate for majority. It seems that Murra's I RHSOURCIvS. strength in the District was overesti- case was finally determined and Mon Loans scribing for the Weekly Louisville Governor next year. $65,151.81 was id for the day of the sale of day Overdrafts, secured 1,642.91 Commercial at the rate of 40 cents Mr. Hunter will at once commence mated in just about the siiuc proporthe stock. A large crowd was pres- Overdrafts, unsecured . . 153.64 per year. At this extremely low a thorough canvass of the district, tion as it was iu the dispatch to The ent and many amusing incidents oc- Due from Banks The dissatisfaction, 7.7335 price it is put within the reach of all. and the party is well organized, Commercial. Banking house and lot . 3.000.00 curred. It will make good Republican cam- which will render it a comparatively however, glows out ol the fact that . 1,000.00 Monday was a big day and all of Furniture and Fixture Cash iu safe paign material and should be well easy task to defeat the Democratic Montgomery has been 8,696.13 has large banking our hotels aud boarding houses were Debts iu Miit He is a banker, or 668.54 circulated all over the State. Jesse nominee. Stocks aud Bonds 1,341.67 being a crowded. R. Eskridge is agent for Breckcn-ridg- e Fourth District The Republi-can- s interests, and is accused of couuty. have great hojc in the Fourth 'gold bug" It is urged again by Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder fs9.41s.05 some Democrats that his nomination WorlJ't Pair lllfthcst Mcdl and Diploma. TheEpworth League of this place, District this fall, and are making one LIABILITIES. was secured by machine politics and had a cake walk last week at of the most active campaigns in the Capital Stock $30,000,00 iu:tii:it use of money. Others say he has 52.S39.7r of Mr. Robert history of that section of the State for the residence The laying of the corner stone of Due Depositors the office long enough. had the There is 430.17 in the the First L K. Church last Thurs- Due other Banks Smith. The most graceful walkers a Republican representative Profit and I.ossaccount , . 4,948.17 another important fact, also that is day was quite an enjoyable House. Hon. John W, were to obtain the cake They walk- National affair. The Dividend No. 20 1,200.00 causing some deep, earnest thinking Grand ed in pairs and the judges, after re- Lewis, of Washsngton county, is Lecture by Rev. J. W. Turner among Democrats, nameviewing the procession, decided that their standard bearer, aud he has alwas quite beneficial to all both young1 fS9.41S.05 ly and to wit: Mr. Montgomery beS. K, COX, Pkksidknt. and old. Mr. H. Board, cashier of the Bank ready opened war on the enemy with longs to that Congress ol which so good effect, The Mammoth Cave pirty returned of Hardinsburg, and Miss Sue MonToniorrow he is anmuch was promised to the people, home Friday and icport a splendid arch, of Owensboro, were entitled to nounced to speak at Campellsville, aud which in reality h is done so WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO trip. the prizes. They were therefore award- Taylor county, and, judging from re little. Iu fact it has done nothing Mr. Henry B. Caison spent Sunday ed the cakes and the attending hon ports from his former meetings, he GALLON and worse than nothing. Por these iu town, the gust of his aunt, Mrs. ors. Kenesnments were soiu oy me will have a large crowd. various reasons Mr. Montgomery will The yard The contest for the Democratic 'i F. O Austin. members of the League. be in a very bad way in Breckinridge Mrs J. II Nave and daughter, Miss was decorated with League colors'and nomination, between Hon. A, B. THE 7a3XOZSAPKSZS, county on the 6th of November. Bessie, and Misses Attyc and Sadie For the finest and Most Artistic Work, Chinese lanterns and presented an at- Montgomery, present member, and With Republicans working enthusAustin were in Hartford Sunda3 tractive appearance. We suppose all David R, Murray, of Breckenridge any tixt or style. Frederica Sf., ttcem iastically and iu harmony with DemMiss Minnie Rowe, Spring Lick, who attended spent a pleasant even- county, was unprecedented for bitter3rtiawHA. 6m37 ocrats dissatisfied, Mr. Montgomery was ing. ness. the guest of Miss Bessie Nave will do well if he has less than 300 Fridi3 and The animosity and heat between Saturda3 A curious freak of nature occurred majority cast against him in NovemMr J. P. McKcnncy and daughter, at the farm of Mr. George Hook, the contending factions has grown to ber The tide is flowing steadily and out Miss Anna, spent Sunday and Monabout three miles from town, last a serious thing. The matter was settled yesterday by primary elections strongly, surely and irresistibly in day in Morgautovut. goweek. It was in the shape of a heavy the direction of John W, Lewis. There Miss Bessie Sdvc spent Saturday hail stonn. It came down in such in the different counties, but the re- is fighting chance for a the Republic- night iu Rosine. quantities that it could be raked up sult can not be announced et for a an nominee in the Fourth CongressMr, John Metcalfe is no better at day or two. Meantime, the Repubwith a shovel, aud a tobacco crop on RoutN Hoon. this wilting. licans are organizing thoroughly pnd ional District. place was nearly destroyMr. Hook's, pAvAvASSpSpv'SHtH Miss Mabel Sweat is on the sick ed by it. Speaking of tobacco reminds are sanguine of success. Dr. Price's Cream Caking Powder list this week. The Republican Convention for this Awards Gold Medal MUwtnttr Mr, San rancUco. me that the tobacco crop in our part Large crowds went driving Sunday i Breckenridge county is rather in- district was beld at Lebanon, Ky,, of afternoon. jit, im:asa vr. ferior, both in quantity and quality. the 27th of June last. Every county Aug. 7. July 28th was a daylong Tlie young ladies and girls of BeavIt is estimated that there is about 60 in the district was fully represented. per cent of a full crop. The corn crop It was an intelligent, substantial to be remembered by the friends of er Dam have a play on foot for the is about an average. The wheat crop body of men, composed of the best our dead heroes," whose remains lay benefit of the Schoolhouse. The name The Chrouothnnetoletron;" the was better than usual. Apples and class of cituens of the District, prob- near this place. Some time ngotheic 1)3 era Post Farce, "Leap Year in the Village with peaches are practically a complete ably the largest delegate Convention was a day set by Avery failure. There is a small yield of that ever assembled in the district, of No. 195 to decorate the graves of but one Gentleman,'1 will lie played on any party. Hon. John W. Lewis was their dead comrades. Ivarly in the the 25th of this 'month in School grapes. morning the crowd began coming in Hall We hope means so much more than nominated by acclamation. a large and The Phoenix Lime Company, of In 1892 the Republican and Popu- from ever direction until about three appreciative audience. & jtvju iuua tlliu i Stephensport, Ky., has made an as- list vote combined exceeded Mist Myrl Butler, Morgautown, is hiatal diseases result from the vote hundred arrived. The crowd was signment and filed a petition in the of the Democratic candidate 1,396 called to order by J. II, Baize, officer spending this week with Miss Attyc y trifling ailments neglected. Breckenridge Circuit Court, praying votes. There are thirteen counties ol the uay. K (J. Jaruagin was ap Austin. T Don't nlnvwirh NntnrpV: that the business be put in the hands in the district, Bullitt, Hardin, Hart, pointed a committee on flovycrs Miss Julia Ricketls and Mrs. f greatest gift health. of a receiver. This company, as its Grayson, Meade, Breckenridge, Ohio, Song 'led b 15. P. Sanderlur, Prayer Martin, Sherman, Texas, are liyouarefetllnr A name implies, is engaged in making out or torts, weak M Larue, Nelson, Marion, Washington, b' Rev. J. II. Jones. Rev. W, G. the guests of the family of Mr, J. P. hfl H.filla aar.V lime and quarrying building stone. It Taylor, and Green. Breckenridge, Stewart gave some written history of McKennev this week. haustcd. nttvous, has gotten in a bad fix financially; Ohio and no hie can't appetite of the Revolutionary Dr. W. T. McKenney's cottage and Grayson are close counties, Win. J. Cooper, anil work, J contracting debts amounting to about oftener going Republican than Dem- War, They then inarched to the the School Hall are nearing compleitjt the mo$t relia$3,500, without sufficient assets to ble ttreugthenlna; ocratic. Green county is safely Re- graves aud covered them with flow- tion. tnedicine.whkhU Mr. Peter C, Brashear, meet them. Bromr Iron Kit. Mrs F. O Austin and little Miss publican, a'nd Taylor has voted that ers, then marched back to the grove A j ten. ....tew Owensboro, formerly connected of 1.. vuir uciicui ci and heard the welcome address by M. Marie left Wednesday for a few da3fs mc way in the recent elections. The cornea from tha with the First National Bank of that main line of the L. & N. R. R. trav- S. Ragland, then adjourned to par- visit to their aunt at Bardwcll, Ky. I very lint dost-- ft city, is President and chief stock erses uvn't ttaln your - Attyk. Pullitt, Hardin and Hart count- take of the bountiful repast spread by Utth. and It 'a The capital holder ol the concern. jileautu to take. the citizens. The afternoon was takies. The C. O. 8c S. W. R. R. runs stock is $ 0,000 , consisting of ico through Bullitt, Hardin, Grayson and en up by speeches from Judge J P. ' I . shares valued at $ 100 per share. Ohio counties. The Knoxville branch Morton, David Hockcr, J, II. Jones, DvADeosla. Bitrf, day, suffering with stomach, llrcr and Kldnev and I fv Ben Macey was in trouble last week. of the L. & N. R. R. runs through W, G. Stewart, R, Romnns and F. kidney trouble, also from after effects of the Neuralgia, Troubles. HARDINSBURG. urfj.L... - iTiiriii in lii frjitiwHi rt iTr.Mf.Jp u - ir iir r ifci imi iMfcti w HARTFORD, Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK 1 f .... . e, .... ....'... ... war-hors- e, ..,., 1 four-foot- c. n 7 I I 1 Hi '94. 30, .... .... ni. d fB C.Theo.Cain, .a J rv " 1 I Get our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. &X U&i aa s5 I WW I In Poor Health iiuauitati & r.M e .a ?. a Co-rin- Brown's jlron bot-- 1 Bitters 1 Was Sick It Cures Bullitt. Nelson and Marion, The Bardstown aud Springfield branch of the L.&N. R. R. runs through Bullitt, Nelson and Washington, and the Greensburg branch of same road runs through Marion, Taylor and Green. The Royer Wheel-workof Cincin-m- ti have a large manufacturing es tablishment at Campellsville, Taylor county. These railroads and this establishment have taken into the district a large labor vovc. Beside this there are in Ohio county many large coal mines, in which there arc employed some i.sooSneu. Information from all parts of the district, and from sources entirely .reliable, is that this labor vote, hitherto Democratic, is now turning to the Republican party with practical unanimity. Mr. John W, Lewis U one of the the most prominent Republicans iu Kentucky. He is not only a pollttclat s, Havens Pieces were recited by Missis Luvena Haie and Maimee Raley, but the at traction of the day was when d girl of Comthe Httlc rade Myers stepped on the rostrum and delivered a piece entitled, "Decoration Day," General hand shaking and all departed for home, B. II. & W. IL Strwaht. seven-year-ol- ( ivu.i:j. j jtmii m ' lines on . Constipation, Dad Blood .. &r M nervous. an menu women's complaints. 1 m JSr & mfy ' Get only the ftetiulne It hai crossed red tlie wrapper. All others are sub- tliutes. On recelj of two ac. stamps we will send set of Ten Beautiful WofM'a Pair VldWl anil tkJVVfr BROWN "rrJPrrr CHEMICAL CO, BALTIMORE MD. "it IX QCAITITT, R, B. Render, (Long Bob,) McIIenry, was leaving the field nt noon -- last Saturday he leaped upon the4 IJlJile. he had Afr, L P. faifWaT been plowing to ride it to the stables grip, wltli aln In ami limbs. "IMftaifiil and the animal became frightened. m4Iclr)ei failed to benefit me. Tlie fir it dose Mr. Render was turned and falling ol Jlood'i, Saxsaparnia relleycd joy stomach. I bftve contiuued and f am 'now jtermjuicnUr with his side upon the top of the hnmes two ribs were torn loose from the backbone and one of them was eared. All pain luisleftmo, rojrappaiHeUfood, forced into his left lung, lie is iu a my sleep aouyd nd refre ihloa, nttd 1 am strong nnd well. I never enjoyed toiler health. M.K. serious condition and fears ate iUitnia, vilt Htuff, Tenuessee., very HomTs rIS CUM fttl llTtrllls. 360, entertained as to his recovery It is reported that as Mr. 4fl BBBTXIftJUUTT V IT WHITE'S . I CRFiiT JMU Hood's? Cures CIMLEME FOU 20 YEARS EVERT BOTTLE laa fed all Worm RMiMdfoe. . JSH EVERYWHERE. fc4& iL Am.Ia ,tW -- A.TtdL,ia Jjlfc.t ifbJjn aA.ws- i 1 liY aaalSaffl't T rrrSa Uj W.j &4- 'mgmfr? -- ".pi, mM,.',. '- . ,.v jj k - 'i aw; grr vragaTafWfr COLORED TEACHERS may-n;V- - - '???-?-- Tn;araga;uttJs. Mm. Ml3 n DOntsuJTer jcrom. Heart! Don't set EiColted! w eoot! Under a Under a Warm Weather guggeslions. Straw Hat. ft: . Sun Umbrella. RiV: t .: &VP KT7- -r In a Nobby - Negligee Shirt. In a Stylish In a Neat Rolled Collar. rTKisSi- Sk&l M ffv Light Necktie. You can complete And defy Old Sol. ti'" Your Summer Suit Jr t FAIR BROS. Have just what you need. v v. ft y MEW fie J!i TIME TABLE. WKST. RFrECTlVK APUIt 8, 1894. 4:25 p. m. No. 5, Mall No. 7, I.im. Kx No. 31, (Local) ... KAST. . 11:48 a tu, 11:25 p.m. . 4.35 P-- 12:50 p. in. No. 6, Mnil 3:25 a. til. No. 8, Lim. Kx , . . 5:54 a. tn. No. 32, Local) Ag't, Beaver Dam. H. Mrrrick, t Friday, August 10, 1894. Pace, the stand ready tofurnish his patrons with a good shave, shingle or shampoo. Alter August 20th I will be in my office nt the Hartford House only on Saturdays. 2 2t R. K. Wkppino. n Dr. Wesley Phillips, formerly a died at his home of this county, in Burnt Prairie, III., last Sunday week, the 29th ult. Hay tl comes down with a little shooting and running scrape, which occurred last Saturday night. John Duvall and Wcs Callahan were participants, the former handling the gun and the latter working his legs. No damages. Miss Sallie Taylor and Master John Taylor gave the little folks a party ItStnlghttn honor of their cousin, Master Helm Walker, Iuisville. There was a large crowd of little people present and the evening was very pleasantly spent Base ball grew rampant in HartSaturday and a game was ford arranged between the First and Second Nines. The contest was spirited and lively, and tesulted after, five in. nlng in a score of 30 to 13 in favor of the First Nine. The rivalry was rather heightened than allayed by this game and other games will follow. cit-ize- barber, Is still at the old W 'V The alarm of fire was beard in the town about ix o'clock Tuesday, and the bucket brigade was soon directed to the residence of Mr. J. P. Sander-fu- r The kitchen on Union Street found to be on fire and the flames was were making rapid headway, By the most efficient work, however, the fire property iWM extinguished and the etVed. 'VY Ioaaabout$75or j'oo. .Vvvif. Vffcavc leased the coal bank on the Moseley & Johnson lam, 2 miles east known M the Nichols bank, and an prepared to 111 all con-tra- ct at most raueaaWc prices. This coal is ifMretttted to be m good as any in Ohio county. Patroaage solicited, i at Prtrr H. Happy, PERHONAL School orders taken at Carson & Co's. Miss llcnrl Hauimon.s lias returned Conic to Cnrsou & Co. forn stilt of to Horton. clothes. Dr. J. II. White has tutmuul from Fun Sams A COW. Louisville. 2 tf Williams & Bull. Mr. J. II. B. Carson spent Sunday Mm. Klla Mason, of Beech Grove, in Beaver Dam. visited relatives in Heflin Sunday. Mr. J. S. Allen, Select, called to sec Marriage license: Wm. K. Reed to us Wednesday Miss Maggie Ham. Colored, Henry Mr. R. J. Mason, Buford, called to Morris to Amanda Borah. see us Wednesday. Sara Hayciaft, Louisville, spent For good feed, good water, good accommodation and good Rigs day Sunday in Hartford. or night, call on Casebicr & Burton. Capt Mose Hcrrcll, of Rochester, You arc always busy," so say our was in town yesterday. Mr. Godman Dean, God man, Ky., customers. That's right and wc arc was in town this week. always going to be busy. Cakson & Co. Mr. Colly James, of Centertown, is All summer goods have moved off tlie guest of Mr. A. D. White. Misses Birdie and Zella Nail have nicely, but wc still have some bargains left, which must be sold in the returned from Butler county. next three weeks. Carson & Co. Miss Stella Thomas returned Wednext Sun- nesday from Sulphur Springs. I shall preach at Goshen Miss Oma Coffey, of Florida, is the day at 1 1 a. 111. I desire the presence of all the trustees of church property. guest of Miss Isabclle McIIcnry. K. K. Patk. Mr. Ellis Owen, Owensboro, is the guest of his cousin, Mr, J. P. ThomA very interesting game of base as. ball was played in the meadow of Miss Maimce Sal Ice, of Henderson, Rev. J. A. Bennett, on No Creek last is visiting her cousin, Miss Emma Saturday between the Kinderhooks and the No Creeks. A game of nine Fair. Miss Adelia Cliffton, of Ten n en see, innings to a side was played in one hour and forty minutes, resulting in is visiting the Misses Coombes this a score of 17 for the No Creeks and 6 week. Batteries C. for the Kinderhooks. Misses Lyda and Berta Morton ate M. Crow and Ed Kllis for the No visiting friends nnd relatives nt Pren-tiCreekc and Marvin Cook and Krnest There Kills for the Kinderhooks. Mr. H. W. Rolpli, Louisville, was were about 150 person present, many the guest of Mr. L. II. McIIenry Sunladies being among the number. The day. Kinderhooks will play the Center-town- s Miss Edith Carson is visiting next Saturday in Mr. J. C. Rifriends nnd relatives in Owensboro ley's meadow, and an ice cream supthis week. per will be given at night at Beda for Miss Ella Bennett, of Daviets benefit of the Kinderhook team. the county, is visiting the family cf Mr. UIMKKlIOOU. Mr. Jos. L. Carson. Aug. 7. Owing to the drouth the Judge C. W. Massle nnd wife, farmers are greatly discouraged, as Owensboro, are stopping at the Harthardly any ol them have a full crop ford House. of tobacco. Mrs. H. B. Taylor and Miss Ella J. R. Williams went to Fordsville Taylor, Louisville, are the guests ol Sunday on legal business. Miss Mamie Barnard, of Louisville, is Mr. W. II. Taylor, Judge B. L Dr Guffy.Morgantown, the guest of hercotisin, Miss Bertha was the guest of his son, Mr. E. D. Riley, nt this writing. Guffy, the first of ihe week. V. G. Barnett spent Sunday evening in Ccntertown. Mr. Jo Foster, of Kinderhook, who Miss Ida Smith left for Fordsville has been sick for the past several Sunday, where she will spend some weeks is thought to be somewhat time with her sUter, Mrs. McCuen. better. We learn that she has been engaged Mr. Jos. L. Carson, who has been to teach the fall term of school near confined to his room with rheumathat place. She is an excellent young tism for several weeks, is able to be lady and we wish her success. out again. Miss Oma Tanner, from above town, Capt. S. K. Cox, wife, son Sam is visiting friends in Kinderliook at and little daughters, Isabel le and this writing. Fannie.spcnt last Sunday at Pleasant Mrs. R. A. Anderson and daughRidge, the guest of Dr. J. C. Hoover ter, Nettie, spent Thursday on No and family. Creek, the guests of Mrs, Annie Attorney J. 15. Commonwealth's Ward. Rowe, Judge L. P. Little, Owensboro; S. Stevens, who has been en A. gaged at work in Daviess county, is J. B. Vickers, Fordsville, P.H. Darby, Louisville; Perry Westerfield, Beaver at home on thesick list, Dam, are in attendance at Court this C. II Kllis is visiting friends and week. relatives in Henderson and Union Mrs. B. D. Ringo, Mrs. Carrie counties at this writing, Field, Miss Katie Coombes, Mr. F. Wesley Stevens is thought to be L. Felix. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hay-wa- rd, taking the typhoid fever. Miss Mary Rowe and L. M Mr, Jo Foster, who has been sick 4'art the funeral of convened here Monday so long of typhoid fever, is no better. Render attended Circuit Court with all the officials in attendance. Mrs. Lillian Baird has returned to Mrs. John B. Wilson nt Hopewell No Grand Jury is empannelled at the her horaein Daviess countyaflerashoit Wednesday evening. August term of the Court except visit to friends and relatives in Beda JoliiiMOii-Tuckcwhen a special Jury is had and conse- and Kinderhook. Prof. W. M.Johnson, one of Ohio quently there is no criminal docket Mrs. C. M. Barnett, of No Creek, county's energetic young teachers and this term. spent Monday in Kinderhook. Miss Comma Tu:ker, a popular belle The following is the list of Petit Misses Nettie and Hortcnsc Rogers, of Buel, McClenn county, were marJurors: Jas, Sullenger, Allen Gen- of Beaver Dam, wereamongthe many ried at the home of the bride's try, J. N. Oldham, W. H. Fulkcrson, visitors who attended the Quarterly parents, on last Thursday, at 4 p. m; Chas. Sanders, W. M. Baldwin, Clint meeting nt Mt, Herman Sunday, Rev.W.H.Angel officiating. Tin: Chapman, Jno, T. Felix, Jo Hudnall, The Kinderhook and Centertowu extends congratulations. John McCormick, Clyde Jackson, Jno. base ball teams will play a match To W10111 UNny Concern. A. Duke, j. F. Barnes, Mack Fnrr, game of ball next Saturday in Mr. All persons indebted to me by note M. P. John C. Riley's meadow, at night Jas, Hatcher, Jno. R. McCoy. or account are hereby notified to setMcDowell, S. A. Davenport, John the Kinderhook team will give an tle same at once with my legally apIglchart, Cass Morton, Jo Westerfield, ice cream supper at Beda for the benpointed agent, Mr. A. C. Ellis, and Daisy Dkanr, John Vancleave, Jim Fry and John efit of the club. Very respectfully, save cost. Blankenshlp. A. B. Baird, M. D. 2 4t -- The following coses were continued II K II It CRT. A tlrttuil Kent urc on Tuesday: J. K Rowe vs. R. J. While Mr. James Hilary Miller was Sarsaparilla is that while Daniel. driving two young mules to a mowing Of Hood's it purifies the blood and sends it machine recently, they ran off, runA. B. Baird vs. Thomas Taylor coursing through the veins full of Ab Chapman vs. the Taylor Coal ning over Mr. Miller, but not serious- richness and health, it also imparts Company, of Ky came up Tuesday ly injuring him. new life nnd vigor to every function Miss Ida McDaniel, of Owensboro, for trial. This is another of what is of the body. Hence the expression of her aunt, known as the Coperas Water coses. was called to the bed-sid- e so often heard: "Hood's Sarsaparilla Several parties, farmers on Lewis Miss Lorinda McDaniel, who is very made n new person of me." It overCreek, have sued the Taylor Coal sick. comes that tired feeling so common Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Gllmore, FordsCompany for damage alleged to have now. arisen from the coperas water run ville, visited her mother, Mrs. M. S. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, Sunday. from defendant's mines into the above Miller, Saturday and Miss Telia Hay ties is staying at perfectly harmless, always reliable named water course. One of these and beneficial. cases, that of Hunter vs. the Taylor Blackford, the ruest of the Miss Coal Company, was tried at the May Stewart, I'ESTHAI. UllOVt.. Mr, J, S. Miller and wife, of Owensterm of Court and verdict rendered Aug. 7. Dry weather and dusty for the delendant The Plaintiff boro, are the guests of his mother, roads. appealed and the Superior Court re- Mrs.M. S. Miller. Farmers are becoming very badly Mr. Willie Ford and family, of discouraged over the conditions of versed the decision of the lower Court and this case will go to the Court of Fordsville, are visiting relatives at their crops. Appeals for final determination. The Pellvllle. Rev. II. P. Brown failed to fill his Mr. E K. Bruner and family, of appointment here Sunday, ' but sent Chapman case is one precisely like the Hunter case and the trial has been Owensboro, are visiting in this place. In his stead Rev. G, T. Tinsley, who We have a very interesting Sun- gave us an interesting talk on the watched with much interest On day School at this place, Mr, John following subject: "If the righteous Wednesday the Court allowed thejury to go out to the grounds and at noon Bruner acting as Superintendent scarcely ore saved, where shall the The Association at Oak Grove is ungodly and sinner appear?" the jury, with the plaintiflfrepresen-tative- s f of the defendants and a num- near at hand and each family expects A musical entertainment will be ber of citizens drove out of town and a right smait company given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ida Grey Bruner, of Owens- Alney Tichenor, Wednesday night, spent the whole evening in reviewing the situation. The case is still on boro was the guest of Miss Edna August 8th. The evening 'is hoped Ford Monday and Monday night. trial. to be quite on enjoyable orie. Miss Ada IaicIc, of Whitcsvillc, is The fall school at this place will te Wc play .second fiddle to none. visiting her mother at this place. taught by Miss Myrtle Rowe. We Mr. Sam Chambers and temily, of heartily welcome her to our communCome when yoawill, you will always Chambers, visited his brother, Mr. ity and wish her success; be treated right Carson & Co. . m James Chambers, Sunday. Misses Ella Wade and Jennie Case-bie- r, Thousands of new patrons have Miss Nannie Chambers was the ofRockportarevisittngrelatives taken Hood's Sarsaparilla this season guest of Miss Ethel Bruner Sunday. in this neighborhood. and realized its benefit iff blood puriMessrs. Andy Metcnlf, Virgil Miller, 'Misses Mattie and Cora Rowe enfied and strength restored. ana Richard Me teal f made a flying tertained a few friends last Thursday visit to Owensboro Sunday, night nnd all present hnd a pleasant The party nt Mr. Willie Lyons y vtime. On last Tuesday at the residence of night was very nice and very Miss ClemmlePark Is visiting near the bride's farther, Mr. A..S. Aull, of much'efejeyed by all, Bedn, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sulphur Springs, Mr. Will James, of Mr. Willie Lyons is quite sick at Dave Allen. Morgantown, was married to Mrs. this writing of something like the Mr, William Carson And daughter, Ada McDaniel in the presence of a typhoid fever. Eillaii. Miss Delta, of Beda, were the gueata large number of friends. Mrs, Mcm of Mr George Carson and family Daniel has many friends here, where I.ADI Iona Saturday and Sunday. Aam tool, or child rn hat want tmtt4to she frequently visits, while Mr, James .. up. should U 1HUM UK AWN Btklflff PewOer Or. Price's Cre is a popular gentleman from the meft U hUAAAiiK In tka. citftt World's Pah rlitfie Award. AlMuenIMf Sf tropolis of Butler connty, Uon.a&ntnioamu. s. Uarly Wednesday morning the announcement of the death of Mrs. John Hold an IntoroatlngSosslon At B. Wilson, at cnteriovn, was made tho Alpha Baptist Church on the streets and a shadow of gloom Somoof tho Proceed-Injr- o. fell on our people. It was only in the month of Aprilamidsunshincand The Joint County Teachers' Insti flowers that Mr. Wilson led his happy tute, consisting of Daviess, Butler,and ' bride, Miss Mabel King, to the matOhio counties, met in the Alpha Bap- rimonial altar, and the couple came tist Church, in Hayti, Ohio county, to Hartford to make their home. While on a visit to the home of his August 7, 1894, and was called to order by Superintendent Jo. B. Rogers father, Mr. Levi Wilson, Preutis,Mrs. Wilson was taken seriously ill. She at 9:30, a. 111. grew worse but was finally able to be Rev. J. J, Flemming conducted devotional exercises, nfter which a per- taken to the home of her brother, Dr. II. L. King, ot Centertown, some manent organization wascficcted. weeks ago. But again she grew II. II. Buckingham was chosen permanent Chairman and Tamer Lewis worse and finally the end came on was chosen Secretary. P. A. Gnrv Tuesday evening. She was a most eswas chosen editor and Miss Minnie timable woman, a loving and devoted wifc,a true friend and obliging neighTaylor was chosen organist Superintendent Rogers then gave bor. The bereaved young husband an interesting talk, full of rich has the sincere condolence of the peothought, urging each member to take ple not only of Hartford but of the an active part in the Institute say- entire county. The funeral took place Wednesday ing that each member would be judg ed by tlie people according to his evening nt Hopewell Cemetery in the activity during each session. His Southern part of the county, am .1 tnlk was highly appreciated and ench Religion. Church meeting nt the Baptist teacher felt that it was good to be here, and nil were sorry that so worth" Church next Saturday evening. This is the most important meeting in the n man should so soon leave the proAssociational year. Therefore, all fession. are most earnestly urged to Next in order was theenrollment of teachers. Twelve teachers were en- attend. Preaching at the usual hour on Sunday morning: "The Divinity rolled. The Welcome Address was then of Christ," as proven by the miracles made by Prof. H. H. Buckingham, which he wrought. If there are any Although a stranger to the major who doubt that Christ was the son of portion of the members, he impressed God, let them especially attend. his hearers as being a gentleman and J. S. Colkman, Pastor. a scholar of rare good taste and full Remember C R. Martin, the Jewelof god works. er, docs all kinds of repairing on A motion was made and was carried Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short to discuss a topic not on the regular notice. program, viz: "Can a person be teacher without being a ChrisAwarded tian?" The subject was discussed by Highest Honors World's Fair. different members, each one present seeming to feel the importance of the subject. Enthusiasm ran so high for a while that it reminded one of the old fashioned speaking meetings of long ago. When the discussion closed we do not think that there was one sinner left The body then adjourned for noon to meet again at 1 o'clock. nsuc-ccbsful John It, Ullson Orrt't. For Sale, A house and lot afc Springs, Sulphur Ohio county, Ky.,sit-uate- d opposite tlie Hotel. Good location and house in good re- pair. For further information call on or address J. S. R. WEDDING, Hartford, Ky. Agent. safest and best regulator for ladies; nothing unpleasant, and always ellec-tua- l. Advice free. 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Hartford, Ky. method and as one sas our most se40 YEARS THE STANDARD. rious drawback has been removed, namely: "no desks." We hope to soon sec those good talks put into practice. Prof. W. II, Pope then introduced Civics and in a clear andconcisc man ner showed its relations. P. A, Gary 4 discussed Oral Instruction and J. J. The third year of this educational institution will open tho 28 th day 'of1 Fleming discussed Text-boo- k Course and Lecture was discussed by E.J. AUGUST, 1894, with new additional rooms and with additions to tho FacFoster. to close ulty, which will placo it abreast of any educational institution in this Green A prevailed motion the session, but after due River Country. It? success has already been beyond tho most sanguine exv, consideration it was decided to continue the subject until Wednes- pectations of its projectors, and with its increased capacity there can be, no , ' day. At this point the Superintendent-edoubt of its being a leading educational center. Beaver Dam is pleasantly lect, Shultz, was introduced by located on the C.f 0. &S. Y'. Railroad, with superior mail and 'bus facili- - i Superintendent Rogers as a man worthy in every respect to fill so respon- ties from every point. It is strictly moral, with splendid Church nnd Sun- sible a position. Prof. Shultz gave day School advantages. Board can bo obtained at tho very lowest rates. f us a very interesting talk, it being For further information address Prof. E. R. RAY, President; Miss DORA J the first time he had ever had an opportunity of addressing a colored In- E. GIBSON, Vice President, or the Board of Trustees. Send for Catalogue. ' stitute, After music the body adIL P. Hocker, Ch'm'ii," journed to meet at 8 p. m. Board of Trtietces, J. P. McKlNNKVt NIGHT, U. AU8TIN, Exercises were opened with singing hymn No 91; prayer by II, H. Buckingham, School Government was discussed by W. H. Pope. He said that the basis of school government was love. 8AV pip sepooc. pAW . I m vsi - t H A GBEAT WONDER! Superintendent-elec- t Shultzdiscuss-e- d " The part that belongs to the Trustees, Teachers, Parents and the Superintendent. He told of the great responsibility resting upon each of them nnd weare sure that if there were any trustees or parents present that our schools will be far better In the future than they hnve been in the past. Shall we have Rules? was discussed by W, R. Harding, in his usual happy way. His 23 rules will not soon be forgotton by the members of the Institute, and his "beware of danger" will ben motto in ever school room. If so by whom inforced? was discussed by J. J. Fleming. The Institute then adjourned to meet at 8 a. in Wednesday morning. II. H. Buckingham, Ch'm'n. Tamar Lnwis, Scc'y, (Continued next week.) Church Notes. Tne Quarterly Conference of the M. E, Church, South,which convened at Mt. Herman last Saturday and Sunday, was a most enjoyable ocasion. Large crowds were in attendance and the people of the neighborhood with their well known hospitality enterThe preaching tained the visitors, was done by Revs. S. X. Hall, T. U Morris and R. A. Crowe, The people who heard Rev. Dr. Turner, of Louisville, last Thursday night at Beaver Dam in his lecture, "A Wasted Force," are enthusiastic in their praises of the orator and his The proceeds go toward subject. erecting the new M. E. Church at Beaver Dam, The Daviess County Baptist Association convenes at Ulica (Lewis Station) on the O. & N, Railroad on next Tuesday, The Sulphur Springs Camp Meet? Tlie pcoplihave convenes made ample preparatipn for the entertainment of large crowds. Rev. J. W. BIgham, who conducted the revival at the Methodist Church here, several weeks ago, nnd Rev. D. P. Kerr, Presiding Klder or the Green River District M. R. Church, will be pres-eand do a great part of the preach to-da- A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY' MACHINE SHOP.- - We are now prepared to do all kinds, of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum aidHaniv mer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and overy-- i thing needed for any kind of machinery., Work done with promptness, and sat- -' isfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds of ; Pipe Eixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are Very respectfully, yours, MoBENR7 . M VI MAHT'T'IHG aid 1H Sco.'y & Treas. P (INCORPORATE!!) J. S. Smith, Prca't, D. S. Duncan, QUAKER CITYBAKING WkofeMMK," POWDER dtlme. i jAaa-Mcft- ll. Sat-urda- "ffu no warrior," Sample i All cm. , I uttii.7 V. ABUi all hJiu U WV IS (Omit) . 1 Jkouterpr4mwlkoUKmt, TfiUl KHDCBBNI BT M HVIMH M PUI-VU- QtuKEicrrr jUKmorowDE' I I HonfUrl at'i all tor l IToruoovwwtUV'.rfoI)ow I frmiW tt. Wat uD w.li . CUlma aploce aboo (bo rcit. VI JOBT UfUCVTHa J USJ, Ho your pennki u 111 IWM FaSlnrotbcraWlU nerer bet ThowwhoutmQ. 0, It 1. Omit) . j ....,! UUUU m. nt .... t?k In. 1 s, '.''. (1 ftfe& rv tw H&! iMwmMiMUiiwriwwnw i n ' v x 1 " "! V 4 Li l ftf r. K r - w4 r J ' A, I 14 V ' , F8 industry 1ms boon derolopod in Kansas could not exist, Not satisfied with to1 tluslroy Wcyy ToYSft bt prnWfctlfin, Tlie teachers ofRockort Magiste and other western states whero farm their obstructive and destructive Free that readies within tho groat western ers have produced large Quantities of Trade policy and bitter hostile oppo domain, and yet they voted constantly rial Distiict w.ll mett nt Ccnlcttown this article. More recently still the itition to any Protective system, de- with their southern allies to put lion September, 1, 1891 at 9 a. in. Friday, August io, 1S91 ore nnd coal for tho south on tho prodevelopment of the beet root sugar inI'lUKUlAMMK, dustry has been fostered in nearly signed wholly to cripple if not dc tected list They voted to put woolens tftvn Inivport T Invocation and tvumtks-- (, 'Knos Hpenrm'i I'mVt, J. K, Flh, flec'y. AfMrM Hpenoarlau Oollear at every state between the Mississippi stroy Northern prosjerity( Mr, Cal- on tho protected list nt n higher rate TARIFF BILL. CLEVELAND'S of duty than oven tho most Loulsvlllo, Ky.r Owonsboro, Ky., or Eyansyllle, Ind. and the Pud tic. Various states have houn and his Southern Democratic Tinsley. nsked for. Cuffs and collars The Anglclae Document I'moreil by the passed laws facilitating this work; ex"Attention; its imputaticc and followers and their degenerate Norththo democratic city of Now York Head of the Democracy. tensive plants for the manufacture of If the republican pre of the L'nltcil sugar have been erected and farmers ern allies endeavored in another way also received their zealous support how to secure it A. II. Ross, Danin Sugar, something the common people Carter and J. Ilnm Rimes. account for throughout this area have suddenly to retain political power They sucStates wer to bo cnllctl to )ir.VO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT heed, caught alt but Mr. Potter In Home of the strong1 partisan statements found themselves favored with a good cessively secured the acquisition of nil sweetly-baiteOriginal poem J, II Wood. trap. its made concerning the Wilson bill, now and cash market for a large and very BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN NOON. Southern territory, vainly hoping to Tho friends of agriculture, who had under consideration every democrat important crop. long hoped that out of thu populist in the United States would raise Ills How to secure icgular attendance Tho McKlnloy bill recognized all extend their power by increasing movement might como somo reform Clinton Iglchnrt, Mnggie Ashby and Tolce In strong1 denial of any and these conditions and at tho same time the number of slave Stntes that would advance these farm intereverything that a republican or pro- gave full weight to the fact that ugar ESTABLISHED IN 1BI5. N twithstanding their heroic cfloits ests, declare that such hope Is now J h Brown tectionist might say. We are, there- must be fret. To bo sure, sugar Is used QOWLINQ BUSINESS COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN GREEN NORMAL 5CH00L. Infinitives and l'articiples fore, greatly obliged to the Indepen- by tho rich, but an Increased price to hold their political control of the blasted forever so far ns the movement J C, The ul Iluiinei Trnlnln Knullih, Teacher, Scientific, and Claul press of the country, and to Mich caused bv duties would not be so rten- - nation, they could not contendagainst under Its present leadership Is con Dntnntd, I.ec Chiuu nnd Mis. Har- iiiM'K keeping. Miorwiamj, School ol the South.- I bournes, music, Art. and lilocullon provided dent irirtrrapny, i ypecorned. Tho people's party has outurtllnr. and i'cnmanihln. I'unlts can enter at I for, inw rite of board and tultlqn. Send lor papers as the New York Sun, for a orally felt by them as by the middle n nme. I catalogue. ;nti ior catalogue. which cannot for a moment and poorer classes. The problem was the natural increase of the wealth and lived its opportunity. If tho repub- per. criticism OBBRRT BROS., Proper. Bowling Green, Ky. Court desired. Addren y Longitude nnd Time P. II Ross be considered as being at nit in to make sugar cheap and keep It population resulting from the ProUc- - lican party cannot bo returned to republican processes or cheap, and, at the same time, foster ttve policy, which gathetcd loth from power, then it Is a dark day for tho A M. Smith and Alice I.oney. with f farmers whoso Interests have been luw measures. eane, sorghum and beetroot products, every quarter of the globe How to tench History mid (Uogra-phmllluted and destroyed by tho cotton The Detroit Krenlntf Xcwa, which is with u view to making us, partially at M. I' Kimbley, Myrtle Rowc, Defeated at all oints, nothing ie and rice raisers of thu south. t ratio classed among the most ultra free least, independent of foreign countries, e T, II lirovvu nnd Ada Hrnwn. ,'papcrs of the United States, In a re ST-itand give our farmers an additional mained for these opponents of protec-- I 'cent editorial article offers the followIN A Opening exercises in school Win. crop and product tection but secession and disuni n DEMOCRATIC DEMORALIZATION ing criticism upon Mr. Cleveland's tar- I The success of this plan has been Though they thin lulled utterly tw diJohnson, U T. Tim.ey and others. 1 .i-.-iv iff bill: Divided In Everything Kiceptlng the notorious. Louisiana, for the first All teachers aie expected to take ,Tsxa. Scramble for Hpolla. "His tariff bill for ho seems to havo time in fifty years, has become pros- vide the Union, the same spirit and Zfr.-iMP'Tho Now Orleans fathered the measure, and, In all prob part in the discussions. All friends perous; all through Kansas and tho political jealousy still exists. The 'ability, dictated It docs much more northwest, nnd evun California, largo (dem.) pertinently says: "'Where art of education are cordially invited to spirit that did not hesitate then to de- v .for Great Uritaln than merely open acreages have been planted In soratt is i question that a good many deml To car- ocrats are asking ju$t noie. There is no attend. jour ports to her goods. It repeats the ghum and beet root, more especially stroy the Union lives was made by n demoJ. I Urown, ) instance in the political history of the coun jblunder that the latter, and we aro on the high way ry out their selfish nnd tieasonable l If. Ross, Com. cratic administration in 1854, when to realizing tho prophecy of a recent methods to gain political ovver, they try where a party, after winning one of the ripe for annexation as Kngllsh visitor, to tho effect that "if Myrtle Kowe. j Canada was as grandest of rictoriest tehich plaees it in (bjittiiv (ffywW&S. Hawaii is now. The strongest politi- tho United States continue their meth would plunge their country into civil control of every branch of the federal got Herald please copy. p AtWTOTUWJ1 cians in the provinces nt that time od of frco imports and bounties, they confusion and industrial distress, rr emmentt has found itself so demoralized ft ttlvVU Utv were declaring that Canada must havo will, within ten years, produce in tneir 'even into civil war itsell. Thjs Fame and dieidedS & Corn, hay nnd oats nnd vntcr nt V7ii. ItAAtt Mtr?iJ0J Wo take issue with the a relaxation of the American tariff so own domain all, or nearly all, the spirit is shown and is made manifest CnHbiti iV Ihutons. as to admit their farm products to our sutrar they require.1 in tho foregoing statement The THE WORLD'S FAIR Vti$KAj 09. in every feature ol the Tariff bill Hint democratic party is a unit In just ono market, or they must have annexation. Tho cost of the bounty paid on sugar . Committer, who teMrd the A great Hritlsh statesman, Lord Klglu, In the past year wns less than ten mil- pasi ed the House of Rcpnsentntives thing, namely: spoils. In proof of this, flcCormlck No. 4 Steel flower was sent over to save what was left of lions of dollars. Hy its aid wo havo nnd the one passed by the Senate yes. history tdiows that from tho.clccttouof cSi In the only regular ritiKltln thc empire on this continent, und suc Jefferson by the bouse of representafostered the BUgar industry within our field trial, tit a heat) icrotttli ceeded in getting a reciprocity treaty borders, and given it nn impetus which terday. tives, at which time three or four of ot timothy and cloicr, alt!, hi Analyze the political records and tho best offices In tho gift of the presiwhich at once silenced the clamor for will steadily increase If the present their offlrlol tcport t "Tho Ww&irf?. political union. This was not n quesopinions of the farmers of the present dent were absolutely bartered for the legislation bo retained. efficiency of the marlunn i economics or of trade. It was votes of a sufllclcnt number of men to tion of bill, while thus tinder fair cotn,lllui., Hy tho pjtjicOrf&XiJjtfa I a question of high International pol- It Isdlfllcult to say exactly how far proposed measures and it will !e found Insure Jc(Tersonsclectiou, down to the neatly TO r cent. On! nrry JS . "J I j statesmanship. It has reached they have yielded to the sugar trust, it that the chief authors ol thoe uieas time when Urover Cleveland comproitics, of AtGUS fliuim for crdlntry irnwera pol. n arc at leait twenty pound jthe same point again. Our tariff Is safe to say that duties amounting u es arc those who struggle I for four mised the whole democratic party in m?A f'ife &v higher In total drnfl. wit i in icy, whatever economists may say to nearly fifty millions per annum will years in a bloody civil war to destroy an agreement with the sugar and 0)cienry of net c of it, has brought the Cunadlan bo Imposed upon this article of prime whisky trusts of tho United States, ?c'"vfi itAAlM&b cert., which lattert fcfttiro r the Union and who engralted in their spoils were essential to everything. rond 'border to its knees ngaln. The people necessity. This .will not only Increase machlnr-ffthodo IcixiwU-Ithere can neither consume their own the prlcjo to the amount qf eighty Confederate Constitution a Free Tiade Alexander Stevens, of Georgia, once 7fv3fflfY . exceed w TtoMHYrmlrkUlhe " I W tTsJM ' r. (products nor sell them across our declared that the democratic jmrty of cents per annum to every man, woman clause, hoping thereby to receive ma OW WsftAL ffUZAsA llahtekl draft, rnd mot cflrr s They aro leaving" the countrj nnd child in tho United States, but it terial aid and recognition of v crew cut;cr ct rt I'liud. lroui their the houth had controlled government jrvhen they can, und groaning under will also wipe out'all our domestic inthe patronage of tho all flllxhett Meilal mtnKl Isolation where they cannot em- dustries in this line "and render us, in English allies.whoseintereftstheyare for llfty years. Since the Inauguration ' their ron Tits curs or igrate to the United Stntes. The the future, entirely dependent on our now striving to serve at the expense of President Cleveland, March 4, lbl)3, Catarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Ecxoma, for annexation is growing rap- importations. tho time of congress and leading dem0 i ick Binders, Reapers and Mowers art built by the McCORMICK IIAKVHTINS o' their own country. Carbuncles, Soros, ocratic politicians has principally been Every intelligent Canadian idly. . '"i? CJ. CHICAGO, and art for salt wherever grain or grass Is We have a sugar, trust already suffThe war they wage fron. is more occupied in bartering between the he Is not an iciently powerful to dictate to 'the 'feels, and confesses if And all Other Skin Diseases. and these representatives that the situation cannot democratic committee In the senate dc tractive to property than was their president places in tho civil servicetho of F QCAIXV KFKECTIVn IN 'last, and that political union Is the mid shape legislation on this bill to more honorable, because more open, principal tho government The Wilson bill suit their purposes. If this bill passes warfare on logical outcome. In the InThe number of bills passed Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Nenrous Debility, the field ntbitt'e:torit will gives them nil they usk.nnd gives it to they will not only be able to manlpu- terest of the president's pet mcusures anil all complaints originating In them without reciprocal concessions. late in New York but also through be found, dating from the lime when may be counted by tho number of forIf It becomo a law, the Cunadlan their foreign connections to absolutely the country learned tint the old slave eign ministers or consuls or port cols lectors or postmaster In farmer will have the market of seventy control the output from Cuba and Ger- party again controlled the Govern- cities nppoluted. These plnces hnvo 'millions of American consumers man y. I --TO SKK TIII ment, that the shrinkage ot properly all beun used for the purposo of securopened to him, und he will no longer It is nn admitted fact that this sugar the repeal of the election laws or thare any reason to complain of his trust of New York city Importers, half and actual loss to trade and to our ing purchasing clause of the Sherman Has cured othors, will euro you. the 'condition. There will be an end of of whom are foreigners and & of workingmen, now amounts to nice law, etc. 'the political union movement The whom aro free trade democrats, have Is Tho than the entire cost of the Hvil war. geneousdemocratic party else, hetero'loyal subjects of her majesty will no already secured control of the entire I In everything In spoils. Hence their acts longer sigh for the flesh pots of Amerconstitute a Migar product of Cuba, Porto Rico and ican trade, for they will have them at llrazll for tho next two years and of more ignoble conspiracy against the EZTThe sugar trust is a most scan-jalo?thelr doors to their hearts' content ! onedmlfnt least of the German export welfare of the nation than in 1S61 example of that 'communism .Surely the English press may rejoice T, haTe already in bond In New f capital Mr. Cleveland so vigorousat this, and may well pral.se the man York more than 300.000 tons, to be en- - They may succeed, with the aid cf ly denounced some years no. Why 'who performs so mighty n service for tered free under present law, then be unfaithful Representatives irom the Soosho not induce Attorney General the queen. Wolfe, himself, when ho refined and pold at an Increase of North, who grossly misrepresent the Dlney to read his views on this tub-lec-t? .drove the French out of Canailavlld price because, the N. Y. World (IKsin.), democratic not more substantially earn the grati- free trade und for future will impose interests of their constituents when sugar trusts they aid in passing an act designed tude of the British race." "How Can Wo." a duty of about one cent per pound. ' If the farmers of Michigan, WisconOURESHOTHIHGBUTPti.ro, The trust will "clean up" Just $(5,000,000 to strike a death blow atthe very life MMMMMM MHMHMMM A gentleman, accompanied by u IMhm sin, Ohio and New York, to say noth- by this deal alone, all of which will ol every home industry. ing of those who live south and west come out of the dear people. lady wearing a handsome dress and A SURE ftnd CERTAIN CUHC Out these people de15 yaars as tho DCS C known for of the Canadian border, can read this bonnet, eainu out of tho Albert hall As sugar Is a vital article of domestic REMEDY FOR P1LIZC. (rtlclo with any degree of comfort, economy all this legislation Is a matter ceive themselves now as much as they ono night to find it raining, while IYrpi-rRICIUftftSOS SKDIC1H CO., AT. L .IS. then indeed must it be said that tho deserving1 most careful consideration have done in any of their past dee Is thoy were without umbrella or waAmerican farmer Is strangely Infatu- by the American people. againt the national interset if they terproof clothing! ated with ideas born of anything other pi-- . An:; s "Why, Charles," the lady cried, t&"Tho latest form of democratic hope by this proposed Tariff act to than a political principle which stands the celebrated Female KeiilatiT. the test of experience and practice. tariff legislation does not directly and advance their political power, or even "it's raining!" urc perfectly pale nr.d nlwav rclia If the western farmers of tho United honestly contravene .the protective "Sol see," suid Charles calmly. welfare of their own section. pninlul hie. 1'urall Irreuluiiteo, Mates, and those along the Canadian principle, but docs contain a great deal the "Well, what shall wo do?" The people ol t le North will realize, Menstruations, Sdppree&iou, they border can vote to guarantee Canada of discrimination which the party dewo shall havo to "I rather think the advantages acknowledged as a nounces as unconstitutional. The par- if they have not already reil zd, that never tail to uilonl u ep.'edy and ct r. C. of gift In the foregoing article, this com- ty first paralyzed business by the threat there exists no loyalty or love of let it rain," replied the nmttcr-of-fee- t tain relief NO KXl'EIUMENT.Iiut husband. of revolutionizing the tariff, and now, plaint ought to cease that the farmer scientific ami pusiiiverelief, adapted country in the heart of any man, Excited by the disaster awaiting a Is not being legislated for, when they after a long period of disastrous unAll North or South, who aid.s by his vote her garments, the lady amused the only after years ot experience. themselves become parties to tho certainty, comes forward with a measorders supplied direct from our of enactment of a statute which openly ure incongruous, ill digested, sectional the crippling of or the destruction of bystanders greatly by saying: flee. Price per puck ago, SI 00, nr He will avo you MONKY by IIiiviiir from HIM. Will robs them of an equal opportunity In and unbusinesslike lu detail, which our home industries, and, as a conse"Why, Charles, how can we, when six package? for $5.00, by mull pott, their own markets, while they are nevertheless embodies much of the I have on this light dress and bou-netFcllrmi a Huggy,. Hanie), Lap Dusterand Wbijilroui tCO.OO paid. EVKKY PACK AUK GUAIU shut out from tho markets across tho substance of protection. Tho demo- quence, the degredation of labor to Tid-nitANTEKD. Purticuluid (fealcd) ic. the level of the pauper paid labor of ;border, by a high protective tariff in cratic party has trifled with tho counup to $75.00. The Duvis Currlngo Company bas tbo reputatry. It has caused havoc to business Europe. Canada. AH Correppomlenre rtriclly Cnnfi without Justification even from the tion of building the best Huggy for tbe mniiry of any Factory dential. PARK REMEDY CO. The South will again suffer for the A DEMOCRATIC FALLACY. standpoint of advocates of tariff for Bistun, Ma?!'. revenue only. Sioux City Journal. unwise actsol her Representatives, ns in Cincinnati. XncoaiUtrnt Free Trade Argument! TutorTen 5 they lhave always done in the ing Foreign Market. CSTTho democratic press is making 11 roiiiNViM,t;,sr. i.oi'is atkx. it. Wo aro told by that great student of a great deal of ado trying to prove past, and to whom the Southern peopolitical economy, Roger Q. Mills, of that their party Is not responsible for ple are indebted for all the troubles QUICKLY CURES Texas, that one object, to bo attained the lack of funds' In the'fcderal treasby the passage of the Wilson bill with ury, necessitating1 Indorsed instend of and lack ol prosperity, en'l & slervoas its iniquitous ad valorem features is cashed warrants for Jurors and witbCHKlHlU: IN EFFECT NOV.l, 1831. Mo.M, NoM, to enable, us to find a market abroad nesses in tho federal courts. Iowa POINTS AND OPINIONS. Spinal Exhuliso, Nwaslhah, etc Itollr. WEST HOUND. Imilj. for tho products of farm and factory. State Register, 'ofiipr'ljr, IS'rh'cily ?;4J a.m. CM p.m. tyA new brand of goods for sum- nently KeJuteiiatliiK Uir andlit L'nrr I. j. Is.nlHville This astute gentleman of Texas with VI CSTScnator Hoar's characterization 8.11a. m. 7.20 p, m mer wear Is being advertised, called Wef Point......... most brazen effrontery ignores tho fact lrs; Inrreaolnu .rMis PdHtr. lie democratic 9:17 a ui bill Cleveland shoddy, mrde up of Ameriy, m. HMiitlrtiWf! that our home market is the best in of themeasure representing ... 9'4 A.m. 1 37 p.m. IrvlnKtnn "a spasm can free wool, with ninety per cent of iieuliifr tli Ambition of Youth ami l In tho world nnd worth more to us than as a COURAGE OF MANHOOD; ptif notl 0:a . m. 0.21 p. m. ay the markets of the world put to- that the people have got over'1 Is one imported shoddy, a hundred percent llpMlorliiK l Kiifpclilril, KnertaKil, 9.40 p. m Clovcrport Hj 10.11 n.ni gether. Over ninety percent, of every- of tho best things that has been said In tariff on the shoddy. KxIiuiimSpiI, Ic lliillziil, or OicrHrIi AND- HitwprTille 11:11a.m. 10.10 p.m. tSTTorty-flv- e thing produced In the United States is congress during tho present session. million dollars sub- eil Men and Women 11:35 a, m, lh3l p.m l.(tnport consumed by our own people. Hut St. Louis scribed to tho sugar by the peo12; U p. m U'U p. m OtttufUjro - ii jL . l 4 I 4 X 4 -ithere Is another feature to this nonple, through tho managers of the Perfect Constitutional Powers. 1.M p. m. U.M p. m. In It a t'iit(ilrneT Kpottt rille sense and twaddle nbout finding n fordemocratic machine, to be paid by Jan1:24 p, n, 12UQA.m, W V, MANNING IN AMERICAN ECONOMST J JL A Its cxtraordiary cu ratine power Ar. eign market for our products which Is uary 1, canning season Is just No. 62, No.M, Originally John C. Calhoun was as hand. as thoIs worse thnn a direct at mnuuests useU almost immediately it decidedly inconsistent, and it Is this: This tax. is taken. On this point the evidence EAST HOUND. Dail lujr. Abrogate tho McKInley tariff and you radical a Protectionist as was Henry CifOrganize! organize everywhere of those who have taken it is uniform Lr. lhndcon 7;15 a. m, 3: 15p. m t v do away with reciprocity, which has re- Clay. In the early period of Mr. Cal- and cry against the Iniquity! Trusts ApoUnrille 737 a. m. 3 37 p. m. and positive. They say they can feel sulted in a large foreign demand for houn's political career, as our ConOwr hiVro. ... 8:27 a. m. 4.2A p. m. andacombinesraust be dethroned! The the effect of every dose doing them our surplus products. In Cuba und the 9.13 a. m. 6.U5 p. m Lewliport gressional records show, no man ad- safety of the nation demands that the good. It is a powerful nerve invigSouth American states tho demand for 9:3.1a. m, fijtop.m Wilson bill be laid aside. It Is a mentonic, imparting its restoraour goods created by reclprocltydurlng vocated our protective policy more in 10.01 n. m. 6.M p. m CloTorport ace to the honest Industry of the coun- orating 10 20 a, m. G:19 p. m. Bt ph?iiori the past two years will cease entirely, telligently or with more vigor than he try. It is a bargain between the greed tive influence through the medium of .. 11.02 a. m. 7.0A p, m, and England or Germany will supplant hid. His powerful Irvloxtun of monopoly and tho shameless job- the nervous system to every oigan mind grasped and Hrrtri'lentfiirg us, and why? Simply because with frco U:tJ a, in, 7:31 p, m bery of unscrupulous politicians. It and tissue in the bod v. It makes but 12 04 p. m. 6 0 p. in, Went Point trade we cannot offer those countries solved that political problem so clear- proposes to take from tho pockets of little difference whether the constitul;iU p. m, 9.05 p. m. any Inducements to trade with us. ly and so conclusively that no point the poor enough money in one year to tional vigor has been undermined by Ar. Their products will comu In duty free, was left on which to hang an adverse make two score of millionaires. Let acute disease, overwork, or certain Tiftlni Nm. M Ami No. mnko ronmrtlrtn a while- they will buy their goods in the people send their protest at once. mischievous indiscretions; or whethIrrinKtoti (Hundiiy excepti-il- with train on Joui. European markets, whero with cheaper argument. The measuro can, and ought to he laid er the broken down condition iscalled Olio, Jlnrlinljiinr A UYntern It. It., taiC ad4 A change, honest or not, as regards aside forever. Jabor wo will bo undersold. A htilklmr by one name or other, so long as wt liotinil. For further fuldrt a result of reciprocity Is witnessed In our our Protective system seems to have there is nervous U. C, MOHHUK, Gen. IVr Ag't. ST Labor, organize! ! Organize! or local weakness exhaustion,as general Hnrlfonl, Kentucky relations with Cuba. enervaso long Eouin vuit, Hi taken place in the fertile brain of Mr. and let the combined force of the sons In IbOO that country Imported our Calhoun, and .1 of toll crystallize Into one solemn pro- tion and debility are the type of the it becomes an intersurplus products to tho value of 89,000,-00ailment this is the remedy. against esting subject for loyal Americans to test in high the jobbery of those who The demand of onr'prodiiets was places under tho solemn sit -4- M THOSE WHO SUPPER greatly stimulated by reciprocity, and search for the reason that caused such pledge of granting relief to organized In 1893 Cuba paid us 324,000,000 for from the results of over mental or labor. Tho iniquities of tho Wilson a complete change of a mind so radigoods and merchandise bought of us bill have been tho most terrible in dis- physical exertion, hardship, exposure, an Increase of S15,000,000over the trndo cal. hidden drains, caprice, or who have organizing labor and all other indusof 1890, At the time when Mr. Calhoun trial enterprises ever known In the brought upon themselves a series of In the list of products bought In tho proclaimed himself, inand out of Con- history of the republic. Save tho peo nfllictions by ignorantly or willully ! latter year are such articles ns flour gress, and ' sealed by his votes, prior ple from further misery nnd tho nation violating nature's laws, will find in and other farm products, machinery-tools- , from total dishonor. Let the Wilson Caton's Vitamzesk and Nimvj; Tonto 1820, his honest support and advo bill be laid aside and let those who wire, engines, agricultural Imic the remedy for their certain relief plements, steel bars, cut nails, boots cacy of our Protective system, was by have professed so long to be tho friends It speedily removes all evidences of . I and shoes. All this trado under tho a larjretnnloritvtirn.slaverv.-'Thslave ot labor cease to strut in hitfh places, progressive physical deterioration, -- .. IV "" t WilsonblUjivUnje destroyed. umry ui mnencun muur and restores the enfeebled energies to lur mo power then controlled by both houses ers well great know y that these men their natural vigor. THE SUGAR QUESTION. of Congress; in fact, the legislative,the are but demagogues, e WHENEVER THERE IS Democrat Working In tii In- executive and the judiciary was domitlf" Ilarper's Weolcly, the great Cleveterest of TruaU nated by them. land organ, declares the outlook for any weakness of the vital organs, nerThe American people are practically After the enactment of the Protec the democratic party is full of doubt, vousness, prostration of the physical interested in everything- relating to for It has betrayed those who trusted or mental energies.confusion of ideas, the cost and tho consumption of sugar. tive Tariff act ol 1824, which follow It Tho only significant thing lu the lack of sell confidence, Irritabilitv of enters directly into tho domestic ed that terrible period ofruin, distress, foregoing is that It has taken Harper's temper, melancholy, cowardice, weakIt economy of every family, Tho inand misery similar to our present ' weekly so long to And this out. The ness of the knees and back, palpita' crease or decrease of one or two cents party has Just been riolnJr tion of the heart dragging pain in by the Is felt Immediately from one deplorable condition-cau- sed in a pound thing for the last forty years, the loins, headache, irritation of the . end toanotherof this broad land. low i arm act ol iaio. M!or revenue betraying every trust, violating every It has been our misfortune that we only," not for Protection the indus- pledge and disregarding Qyory prom- kidneys nnd bladder milky urine, pernicious and hidden wastes, result-- 1 have been almost entirely dependent tries throughout the land sprang'Wor-war- d ise, simply to keep itself Ir power and ig in a failure of the mental and -Tar U. nie v.i A''''iT"rfogr lor tins staple or me upon the hnporta j obtain the spoils which perfidy dias with giganticstrides, as they re- brought It. Hotter bo honest and not physical powers, constituting nn imtlons from foreign countries. In cast pediment to success and unfitting him of war, quarantine or other unforeseen cently did undertheMcKinleyact. have to much than to revel In disasters, a diminution of tho supply or her for the duties and responsibilgains. It was then that Mr. Calhoan perwould cause heard ty, Increase prices ities of life, it is the lemeJy for exceived that the Protective system was here and bring much suffering. POPULISTS AS REFORMERS. cellence. of this fact our wisest btntcsmen driving the slave power to the wall. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with A single package will be sufficient Down have long sought by all proper means State after State repudiated slavery, Helping to Break Farmer.Protection for tho to inaugurate the work of regenerathe consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our 'prices to foster its production, more especiation, fin I cute in many cases. But lly lu Louisiana. Unfortunately, how- and unless something was done to to The populUt senators have consented stobborn cases often require more. It onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. r the wholesale, slaughter of the westRespectfully, .ct check the growing political power ever, It has been found impossible to ern sheep industry. They have voted will be sent, postpaid, secured from raise it there In competition with the produced in the North by our Protec- uniformly for the breaking per package, or 6 down of ODservatlon, or $i coolie and slave labor of Cuba and tive industrial system, Mr. Calhoun all protection to the farm and to the packages for $5, Address all orders to other countries. factory located within the radius of tho OATON MED. CO.f Within recent years experiments and his iol lowers knew that their powestern market Their purpose seems Owen&boro. Kv. have shown that sugar could bo made litical supremacy and the slave power to hjye been a Boston, Mass. one, notably frgin mrchuin canej and a cntifthjembje Hartford Republican ;PENCERIAIB 4 (1i fr d llnCigs. Tk &m My oil SM H ayin-'path- y HORSE SENSE moms. Times-Democr- to-da- iwA?l.W msmmm JJ-r-a-- M Times-Democr- at 'rA$MW Mmitmr, 1 Wllson-Voorhe- rc bor-jde- two-third- yl.pJLzi;ti .; to-da- ttu M mwAfr ofllcc-holdc- r, Z BtJIXEfi, AGT, FORDSVILLE. Urst-clas- ImiDTjire Blood. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Come to Hartford homo-sreneou- b to-da- y TABLER'SDIB RliGKEYFlll MHNTMENTi P pznnyroyal SPRING OPENING OF L. Field's car Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. f vf s. (Raton's ferve m Jibki So come and judge for yourself. Cebihiy 1 WW TOSK -- tariff-smashin- g WEE KLY II TRIBUNE 1 rfj t Globe-Democr- t-- U Ji'll Ij II II' UluUlT IT ONE YEAR Address all orders to JV2 IIAllTFOIil) UKPUBL1CAN, 1 0. & :& to-da- ii 'I I ... m Jmm I I Free-Trad- ?wo LC r . . srM. mrul aci.us.e. F. A. 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