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It Brought guests hucl lecn nibbed as well. I AN UNCANNY TQVf N CLOCK didn't want to lose that money, nir I didn't want to lot on that had It Its Strange BohaVlor Boforo It In my alloc. I therefore went to Stopped Forevor. 1 Highest of all in Leavenfnjj Power. Tha Plain tUa Story Told by m Knlghl Shows That Honof tho CJHp-- lU esty WU1 Continue to tha Best Tolley. 60AP K. V wHMi TOR THC L0TriC5. M . OHT1. PBOCni? A OAMQL UMMaTPI ? ANYWHERE 1 EVERYWHEREI BXOURftlON TICKKTS m via t CmCllIJilitlltWIStN RAILKOAD, Te the Sarlefs aaa" MmUlaeerVlrfMa, Te tat Lakes aatf Weea's of taa Marta, Te taa Seuaers aad taa 6oeaa, TO "Yea, a flvo hundred dollar recn-- , back has a rich, juicy look1 said a Chicot drummer at u Detroit hotel the other evening as a bill of that denomination was passed around, "but one with the figures '11,000' on the corners looks just too sweet for anything. I possessed one for several days onco upon a time, and thereby hangs & tale." "A $ao of woe?" was asked. "It certainly is. Gentlemen, I am going1 to tell you of a mean little action In my career, and I hope you villi not judgo mo too harshly. I have done penance for it fifty times over, and live times one thousand dollars would not tempt me again. One day about ten years ago I dropped into tho First national bank of St. Louis to get a few dollars for A man left the cashier's expenses. window just as I advanced to it, and while I was standing there my cyo caught sight of a greenback at my feet. I picked It up Intending to hand it to the cashier, but when I saw tho figures 'll.OOO' on the corner I was paralyzed with astonishment. Yes, sir, it was a greenback, the first and last one I ever had my fingers on. I caught my breath like ono choking, and when the cashier handed inoout 'Seventy-five Abb THE PRO(IIftE(fT nt AS RESORTS dollars and made somo preceded you TBB remark about the weather I couldn't get aMword out to save my life." ? UNITED STATES ANRGANABA W1U A TO 'Tho man who TII s Pkasant Spots iff It-- nnr Home: . W ORAYSOK SPRHTO0, DAWSON gFBXMOt, CRITTIKDKK tnUDVCW, OXKVLXiJr tPBXHOB, Ftrootu for their SocUl, Healthful, AdvtuUget. LOCAX. a&d Economic auirSAYXXCUKSXOMTICKBTS are oa ule between all station within a di Unce of ttAy mile, and WBBK KK TICKET willl wldtoLouU-vtlte- . M era phi, and raducan, from poinU In the vicinity of thoe cities. Rate, schedules and all Information rrgardlar a trip In any direction will be furnUncd on application to any agent of the Caeaaacake, OWo ft Seetkwaaleni It R. and any one reaulrlnr books, pamphlets or any ailvertUInc matter, describing any particular re sort or ieorta,can procure same by writinj to any oi ine louvwings J. T. DONOVAN. T. HOWAK) J0UY. Dtotrkt rut. Act Miaraii, txx. 1. LYNCH. Cft1 114 Af 1, Lm'UfLLK,EY. W.I. Mel WBC Trav. LOVJIV1IXS.KT. LoL'IITILLS, ST. Fit. Aft CRAMMER. CI.Am lie I UU(tf, Cotton Belt Route (.St. Ioui Souihwrstirii Ry.) 1 I Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE Willi through Cur Service Jroro TQ MEMP1 TO Tlv.ir. ffifoiHtftti. wane ira. INTEKMED1TK POINTS. OK No clmnge itl Cora to Two Daily Tj Carrying through Traveling the Pulltuuu Sleepers. fiuest farming, grazing ami timber ou latiils. Ami reaching the moat towns and cities iu the pro-per- Coaches aifs and Great Southwest. Yeildiug FARMINpLANDS. ahuntlaut y all the ceiealn, corn and cotton, audwj)ccially adapted to the cultiyatloii of small Iruits and early vegetables, Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage duVing almost the entire year, and comparatively close to the great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests ot yellow pine, cypress und the hard woods commnu to Arkansas and Eastern ' Texas. Cah be procured on reasonable and advautageous lems. ' h Ilueneonnecl wllh sjiiU Cotton Blt Rout Ask jour uearest Ticket Agent ior maps, time tables, etc., and write to any ot the following, lor all inlorraa tion you may desire concerning the trip to the Great Southwest. Uon Mlevlalha HnveOh' R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Dis't" Pasa. Agt., Louisqille, Ky, Mo. G. P. Gen'l Supt,,Texarkana, Tix. E. W.LaBEAUME,' &Tkt. Agt., St, Louis, J. A. EDSON, dropped the bill, of course?" 4,Not a doubt of it. As I said, I meant to be honest and pass It in, but the tempter was too strong for me. After I had had that bill for ono minute I'd bovo fought to retain possession. I picked up my cash and hurried out and got Into a Joorway and looked at my find again. It was a greenback and no mistake. I was exactly a fat, plump ono thousand dollars ahead of the game. That meant a new suit of clothes diamond pin champagne suppers several games of poker and cigars For carefully wrapped in .ten minutes I was jubilant, and wanted to jump up and yell and pat somebody on the back. Then camo the reaction." "Whtft sort of reaction?" "Well, you may not believe it, but that still, small voice called conscience began to whisper to me. It wemed to mo that every man I met knew that I had that bill. I felt that I was no better than a thief. Twice during the afternoon I was slapped on the back by acquaintances, and each time I jumped a foot high and had a brief vision of tho curias cross bars and convict stripes. Say, nrfw, but I was tempted to return to the bank und do the square thing, whothcr you bellevo mo or no, but I'm ashamed to say I lacked the moral courage. I figured that the loser had already returned to report his loss, and it would bo known that I bad walked off with my find. jftnuUy decided to keep the bill for a day or two and see if it was advertised. I hadn't long to wait. I found it at eleven o'clock la the forenoou, and Its loss was advertised in the evening papers, with a reward of fifty dollars to the finder." 'And you took it back, of course." "No, I didn't. Hero's the moral, gentleman: Stop to arguo with and combat conscience, and you become fight I ftjrascai. After a beat conscience aud made myself bellevo I had a perfect moral right to keep that find. Then camo tho question of bow to uso it. 1 didn't dare to offer It in Indianapolis, of course, and was going for a three weeks' trip through the small towns, where the sight of a bill like that would havo astonished 'everybody. I cared to carry it in any of my pockets, as I might be robbed, and after cogitatln for two hours, I tucked it away in my shoe. See? I wtar extra soles, supposed to bo charged with electricity and good for rheumatics. I placed tho bill in a piece of1 paper and laid it under tho sole of tho right shoe. After spending two days in Indianapolis I started for Lebanon. Got there at midnight and piled right Into bed. Two hours later there was a fire which didn't do much damage, but routed everybody put. I am powerfully nervous about fires, and when I woko up In the smoke I grabbed my duda and went down the fire escapes." "Taking your one thousand dollar pair of Bhoes, of course?" "No. I. got out with my vest ond trousers alone. When tho bloxo was out and I returned to my room somo one hail the rest of my outfit, grip and all. Indeed, half a dozen o.tner tin-foil. five-hour- s' I story about rheumatic insole The nolajcs of a revnllarTlnieplpce In Mttlct rmnsylraiiU Village An I'd- and offered him !vMvfive dollurs esplalnable Mystery, 1'rovlilrtl to get my shoes. Ho made a good the Htorjr la True One. hunt, but couldn't find them. After t 'fooling awuy three days' tlmo "Wo'vo got a town dock In our went up to Frankfort, but had beeii village that waked folks up more thero only one. day when I got m thanalittlo atdiffereut times during shoes by express. They had beeii thopast five years' said George found In the back yard of the hotel May, of Coalton, Pu. "That clock among a lot of stuff thrown out of was put into tho tower of the May tho rooms by the excited fircmenl bulldlnc twentv-fiv- c vcar aero. It Both insoles were gone and my ono " struck the hours regularly for nearly I twenty vears. and then suddenly thousand dollar bill with couldn't see how I was to do any- quit striking. JohnlGordon, tho thing about it, and so put xn my village jack of all' trades, had taken shoes and kept my mouth shut care of the clock ever slnco It became Three weeks later I returned to a feature of tho village, but ho Lebanon, and on that very day coufdh't tinker .the old public indisomething happened. cator of tho (light of time so that it "Found your bill on the Btrectljy0Uilj again announoo tho hours as probablyj' observed one nf .flirt heypasedTho tjrtvi'!:!!-..!.-!group of listeners. but it wouldn't strike. "No, sir. Tho clerk of the hotel "Now our folks had got used to had called at tho bank to get u depending on hearing the clock bill busted aud on being strike, and when it became silent questioned he had skipped out. Ho thero was much regret In town, so couldn't account for having so much much, In fact, that whun, two years money in his possession, being a ago, the Presbyterian society of our young man aud in poor circumtown went around with a paper sostances, but there was no charge liciting subscriptions for tho pur- against him. No one had complained chase of .a town clock to be put In of losing such a bill. I started for the steeple of their new church, tho bank to tell my story, but it people gladly and willingly put down suddenly occurred to me that I was their names, and tho clock was in a fix. Where did I get the bill? bought and put up. Why was I hiding It In my shoe? "The church was across the square Why didn't I tell the sheriff about from the May building, and it was a tho money? Why hadn't I comglad sound when the new clock pealed plained of tho robbery? I saw the fourth its announcement one day banker and took notice that he was that U was ready to keep tho village tho sort of chap to go to the bottom posted on the hours. It was set goof things, and as he was thoguurdlan ing at twelve o'clock noon. Everyof the bill, so to say, I would doubtbody was rejoicing over being able less havo to prove my claim in a once more to know just how things court of law." wero going, when at half past one "And you left It in his hands?" on tho day tho clock, was'started, "Say, now, but that's just what I they were thrown into consternation did, and it's there yet, and what by hearing tho old clock in the May breaks my heart is the fact that he's building, which hadn't mado a sound worth eighty thousand dollars in for three years or more, start in declear stuff! I didn't daro to claim tho liberately, and it seemed defiantly, money, because that would give to strike two. away my find, and I didn't dare "It sounds ridiculous to say that write to tho loser for fear that in the old clock was actuated by vengetracing it up I'd be wrung in and ful feeling toward tho town It had in tho pa- - served for so many years because get tho cold give-awaNers. Just as true as I live that the town had forgotten It for a new money Is wait lug u claimant and more vigorous timepiece, but it and thero Ls nobody to step up and Is a fact, all the same, that it took take itl" to striking at all hours of day and "I'll write out a statement and night, sometimes immediately preforward it to tho original loser!" ceding tho striking of its correct said the young and ambitious law- neighbor in the church steeple. yer, after figuring on his probable "Then, again, It would break out fee. two or times un hour, striking all "It wouldn't reach him!" replied tho way from one stroke up to forty-eigh- t. tho drummer, with a sad shake of The.clangor It kept up caused tho head.- "No, tho poor man has people to request tho owner of tho been dead for the last three or four May building to cease liaving the old years, as I happen to know, and his clock wound, but,hejdcelincd tpiu- heirs would consider it a moonshine terfero with It, and It kept on fooling story. Ah, me, but to think of that with the new clock and kept folks old critter down there licking his busy looking at their watches to see chops over that great big corpulent what lime it really was, until one bill gives mo night a year and a half ago the one thousand-dolla- r the nightmare three hundred and i church caught firo in some way and sixty-fiv- o nights in the year!" was burned to the ground, new clock "But it isn't yours." ' and nil. "Of course not, but I'd liko to get "The church was an hour burn hold of it and turn It over to somo ing, and during that time the old orphan asylum where It would help clock ncross tho & .e struc.k threo ururigii it'll iiiu uvea ui iiuui luiuui- - different times. less and motherless children. Dearl It wasn't until along toward we poor evening the day after tho fire, that Dear! but how short-sightemortals arc when wo get bold of a people begau to notice thai the old good thlngl" Detroit Free Press. clock hadn't struck onco since its rival was destroyed. That amazed Preferred His Gall. them, aud their amazement grow A group of doctors from tho Keywhen tho clock remained silent all stone state were chatting iu tho that nlgbt and the next day, and did lobby of tho Arlington, and the connot strike again for nearly a year versation turned on tho exploits of a and a half. rascal who victimized a largo u um"John Gordon, who had wound tho ber of physicians up in Pennsyl- old clock for a quarter of a century, ago. Ho worked vania a few years lived with his aged mother in tho a very sleek confidence game on tho vnjulf0 Along In tln? early part of disciples of Galen, aud after beating . Mav a't just six .one morning, tho v to tho tune of fifteen or twenty thou- - j clock aroused and ustoulshed every sand dollars, fled the state. Tho body again by giving one loud and victims wero so sore over tho matter doleful stroke. Soou, afterward it that they hired a detective to hunt was learned that Gordon's old moththo villain down. After a lively er had died at exactly six o'clock chase that lasted six months tho that inorniug. swindler was located in another At tho funeral of his mother Gorstate. It appears that there was don became ill, aud for the first time somo doubt about the ability of tho slnco tho clock was put In the May injured parties to bring him back building other hands than his had for punishment. Ho hired good ta wind tho capricious timepiece. counsel, and declared his Intention Gordon was sick two weeks, but evof rcmainlug where ho was. Finally ery ono exp'ected to seo hiin on tho a committee of tho fleeced medicine streets again In a few days, when at men went to the scene and waited half-paeight one evening tho old on tho swindler. Ho received. them clock tolled out another slnglo with the greatest air of composure stroke. and easy assurance, appearing in uJohn Gordon died at just that abashed. hour, "What do you gentlemen want "Then tho owner of the clock dewith me?" ho said. "1 haven't a cided that it should never bo wound cent of tho money. It's all been again. When it down und spent 'months ago. If you want my stopped, its hands were nt half-pabody, take it. It's all I've got to eight, and thero they will remain as give up." long as thoy cling to the face of tho Then he smiled complacently upon now silent old clock." N. Y. Sun. tho committee, 'waved them a graceful salute and walked off. "What did the scoundrel say?" remarked old Dr, MoDride, who waa qulto deaf, to ono of his colleagues. "Ho'suid wo could take his body," "Well, I don't wun't his body, but I'd really like to havo his gall." tho sheriff mid told him a cock-and-bu- ll 5 tvESftmder Ml ti. . If Ml OWKNSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jna, ft. Glenn, LAWYER, J.K.R. Wedding--. ABSOLUTELY PURE a. HEARTS WON. I1Y LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. fumed and (Office, QLENN & WEDDING, are r Anderson' Basoar.) W noiIEHIAN. - . ' Clip, clip, went the whip. One of tho most exciting races that ever took place in tho county was on. Dashing around tho country rood mnie thfi hlank stallion, and in thi wcro seated a couple whose destiny depended upon the speed of tho thoroughbred. A young man held tho reins tightly, whllo his companion, a girl with her hair flying all over her face, gazed behind her at an approaching vehicle with apprehension written upon ' her spirited features. "Oh, Jack, they are gaining," she breathed. Clip, clip. The stallion wasstraln-inevery nerve. It was" a stern chaso and a long one. "If pa does catch us, Jack, he'll g kill you," sho whispered. The wagon now was rocking like a boat In a storm, and she clung with aoUzitudo to his arm. "See, Jock, he's got his gun.", Jack muttered something, pressed it 1119 uuu UUIU IUUIU UlUSl'lJ 11J touched his whip to the flatiks of the gallant nag. "If he only hadn't changed horses on us, sweetheart, we'd have beaten him out of the county." "Dad was always full of mean y to-da- tricks." "That's so, the meanest man on earth," "No, not that, Jack " "Then what does he want to come between us for? You belong to me, don't you?" "Yes, but "If that confounded dog hadn't barked we'd have got away all i right." "I thought he'd bitten you when . I got the price?" "No.,r "Then ypu can't go Them's the.orders.1' Will practice their profession in all raged and then felt In the of Ohio In his haste in donning his 'trousers ties,courts court of and adjoining counand his change bad dropped to the floor attention given toApneaJs. Special criminal practice and he hadn't a cent. and collections. "Hcrp," he said, "I haVcn't any money with me. I must gei through. I must catch that scoundrel ahead. Lift thfct bar at once." "Wo aintt, doing business that' way,' was tho. calm reply. ;"It cost" doltwo hundred and twenty-tlireHARTFOHD, KY. lars last year to. maintain this here Wih practice his profession in Ohio private th6roughfare, And we ain't aad adjoining counties, and court of iMtnnih'a'A lintYtw tAII mkn " The did gentleman nearly fell Appeal. Special attention given to from his wagon in an apoplectic fit. collections. Office east side of public ' square. i'You won't let mothroua?" " "No, When Bill added tho extra syllable that meant busi- M. L. Hkavrin. SiihniY Taylor. ness., HEAVRIH 4 TAYLOR, "Then, confound you, I'll " Ho raised his jfrun. .In a twinkling it was wrested from him. Then Bill raised tho old lundcrbuss an'd HARTFORD, KY. , pointed it, at his opponent, t The old Will practice thier profession in all gentleman got behind the seat in Ithepru of Ohio and' adjoining alarm. conntie, and in the Court ot Ap"NowTlf you'dcWkeep away I'll peals. Special attention given to blow off ytur thinking cap," he saicl, collections. Office, in County Attor-ney- 'a as calmly fS'evr. office, in Court House. The olderitleman ducked his bead more than oyer to bcvo, that valuable portion, of bis anatomy. Perry Westerffeld, : "Now I guess we can flk business " said Bill. "This ain't' no bastile. and U ain't train' to be Beavkr Dam, Ky. stormed la that fashion. You haven't e slr-ce.- Th4 old gentleman piny, p if Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. E.D.GUFnr. through. B.D. RINGO I For an hour ho flew at you liko that." "Only got a piece of cloth for trouble. Still It's embarrassing. I had 6nly an ulster to' put Might trouble mo to explain to hla If on. the - "If we only get there," sighed the other. "Get there? Wo will or die." wYes, die together." , Clip, clip. Patter, patter.; approaching Another ten minutes, and the race would bo lost. Jack had apparently played for . desperate stakes, mid stood a good chance of losing. "How much farther Is it to the second closer. vehicle was minister" J I d d?i -Y- minister's, Jack?" "Ten miles." "Oh, dear,, there's tho tollgate." the wagon Like a whirlwind dashed up to tho low wooden structure. A man with sandy whisk- troifFreePress. ers camo out. Jack pressed a five 'toouryl to Qet,tha Train. dollar bill into his hand. . "Never mind tho change," he said. .Amttn.4Aniiir amIa "Quick, lift the gate. ll'.s life or I aCsvrtibrd, Kaatviclcy-- . VVill practice iu all courts of Ohio riage; approached and; the. old gentle- man.borrq wed a .nickel ronTa friend aud adjoining counties, Huperior and Hashed on his' way. the man at Court and Court of Appeals. Colthe tollgate would'not surrender the1: lections and all legal business attendgun, 'which he said had been raised' ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. against him; aad which he wanted jaa evidence When .the old gentleman R. R. WEDDING, reacned tho bouse of the minister the young couple and the reverend gentleman were strolling out of the frontdoor.. Jack surveyed nls Irate Hartford, Ky. father-in-lacalmly. Will practice his profession in all "YduYGllttlelato in getting the courts ot Ohio' and adjoining here, fatheKM;)ib aatd. "We hoped; counties. Also Notary Public. to have, the nleasure of your com- L pany, and, Indeed wanted you toglva". TflTi BT. trMJ JVM WHHfHW, VMV V.U.W TTWM -t- ifT fc pressing fend you understand the anxiety of' a lover so we decided AT not to waft. Still, better late than never. You will at any.raAa have the satisfaction of being the firat'to Hartford, Ky. congratulate us. There iamy hand; practice his profeeeion in all sir. I thank you for the hpnorjof WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining having given, mo. yourjloveljr daiigh couaiies and Court of Appeals. Special-atter and tfustfcthatrmay'noverprov given to collections. unworth of thocdnfi'dehcb you harva Office over Carson &Co. bestowed upoh hie. Edith, dear, ro-- I celve the parental blessing." De At the end of that tbe toother car ttoriieys t ikw, Attorney at Law, I w Bf BARIVES 4v Wl ention ?: .VI Jafla. aPIR I LC Kood. .friend of f fc . fa yg e-ou I. knowed your father and his father before him, and tho famil- y"Don't waste a word then, miu Let me through can bank on Xht squire. .'g'f mm t lo-l- aJum VmLtair ( or" uso it, too, be woi!d. Why, "He'd u u "Elopement?" "Yes," "Old man back there?". Pointing to tho approaching cloud of dust. "Yes, yes." "Pretty hot, I guess." "Yes, quick, "Got a gun, I guess?" "For heaven's sake, lift' that gate permit.. She was nearly overcoiao .mai: L faitW mIm1 an dlsM 'iitt or" st no-wl- so st I remember when" a. "Up with tho gate, Bill." "All right. It's, rather unsociable ye-oaro this morning, but I s'pose yc-onro rather busy. Good motn Ing. .I'd like to be there and give away' the bride, for a bonnier girl there ain't to be found tn the county, oven if she is the darter of the meanest man in tho vicinity, and it's Bill Gogglns who says it." Liko an arrow from a bow they shot beneath tho uplifted pole and Bill gazed after them meditatively. "Well, well, young blood anfl. warm hearts," said he. "That'a just like mo afore I got, out mine plow. Uosh, ain't tne oia man waring mud. Look at the dust he's raising. Ho's rollln' a)ong like a waving his t arma and cyclone, mad. They won't be much shoutln' left of Jack after ho gets through and;twpj3undea. were all tbetU3apcl-- ; HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. imenta she carriedi, ;8ha waa.clBJb Is prepared to do any and all kinds ing aboard' a tralnforSlngfleJd, Prices most minding not tKeropa of rain that of Dental Operations, reasonable. Office over Williams & were drenching her ooatume, at the ,' BeU's'Drug Store. sarao time telling1 with 'srWrtcW i?arir how ah feared the horHd trada' would before she arrived, adding tbafrshi an exlt.tpthepifttfprm, A lariff, bos DENTIST ' K 'i 1 lri hadWeegagementln New BritaUa thatt8e.Bau8ttnptvbreak. Onlearn-4- . Ing that aha waa jicit, on he New; Ena'pd side of the station, and had" not tlraji to go aroun she tosaed ber (ullage, pver th6 fence, and with an athletic bouad sprang Wter jit. Sho Unded all. right; and, maJjing a dash- succeeded In boarding the train she SGMghtjust in time. Hita wero off to the New Britain maldia. Hartford ?oat. A i u ymm DENTIST. i c; Washington Post, --rtU Ufa feasaJd oompUlnta" and aea AT AN END i a misery. Tbejr'ra cure, by Dr. ftaroo FarorlU Fnscriptioa. For all tha aoranfemaota, disorders, aad disease peculiar to tha sax. thk Is tha only remedy so oartata that It can be guaranteed. If it war tails to baaett or cur, yoa Kara your money back. daUcftta coodl-tsoaa. that make woman's mmm$?M OMi. apja taiwMMtlBafivsaj MMMMijii' afc JaaBiriEiaajajaaVBajlE WW ? e4efcUt woman, cantfullyjadaptod to her omaiaatfan. and Barer eonJUcttaf with any of bar It.reaulatoe and promotes Brotoar functions, bullda up and tail Am entire rates, aad restores neem ana strengin. weak, Berrooa and alttntf, or n Are atowmBBMl overworked. ItoittwW bring Touapeoiaiheip. Itfa the mothers friaBd."ll laeune We of both Mother je imSvSuA etawtofaeei Dart Caearrh amaeerr, ' 'lataaaoavlBwaaHaaaavoavBOTaaaf. Aafeaa , aw jilt m v m vwtf piw uait r Dr. Wa yenaaTentyetfnaaa aowe,x tbiarra esnsar.eewei jesaaam k hoptleav lor a taearaUa i yiueneuaa oarer e aaas af Catarrh. Import Undrr Fre Trade. Free ;traders frankly admit that under the operation of tho Wilson hill, If It becomes a law, importations win do vastly tncreasctl. Now, is Ifrnot plain that forcTcry additional dollar's worth of goods imported, tho liko of which we can produco hero, a dollar worth leas of goods will bo manufactured Vy our people, or In tho exact ratio of thens will bo a decrease of man ufa:turlnjr with lesa profits for tho, .manufacturer and 1cm work and less wages for tho laboring man? Is it' not a prpKunt, a prcKalng, an imperative duty, to foster labor and keep worldngmcn from The .threat of : freo 1 ratio has brought ;wldcf spread buttering than our'coa'ntry has ever bijforo lenovvn; It kaa'cnablod "Cpxeylsra" to grow and spread and stimulated tho feeling of unrest and m&arxcction wiuob now causes all t&ougiitxui men to look witn feaulse anxiety to the futura. Idle-nesa- ?b Twaa thus with the Johnsons after Truman n, hod been rescued from tha fravo hr tha use of Dr.Fennera Kidney ana Jtajuacna vurc. Ha wrlUat M;y lamer aiaa or uianey cneeaso ana IUfteritedH. Had become eo bad that aaedWei treatment eeased to benefit ma aud I iraa aiven over to die. One bottle' C Brt Fenner'a Kidney and 'Backache tyire yraetlcally cured me, though I con aa8 H a litUalonffer to be safe. Mf dtffeatlem Improved at enee, my kidneye feeaxea ana I am now a wcuman." Write him at Bust!, N, Y. Certain in all UtaeydUeaaes,femaleccmplainta,baclc ache, aereneaa or lameneea ever back, atone w bladder, ete. Also tha OaaxT Puwrian, removbHT .promptly Blo all ftmmtra and peUonoua matter from the bkmd. euriag skin erapttoM ad dWeaaa,droy ajaraMa, &jwpX diillaeaa, aWt vhaumatbm, drowsineaa. aleaalMiaeaa, constipaWeei," beadachee. Mamer refunded U aatiafaeUon tmi ffireav Take home a battle A happy fawtf ) h4 ta-4a-y. I. prepared to do all kiads of Dental work at reasonable prioes. wrlUe; A correspondent oldest of reaidenta4 & CoXombq will remember ,a famous tprtoto which for years has1 been a curiosity In Uplands. Thereceut death of this reptile baa formed 'the subjeot of PER MONTH oorref pondenbo between hla excellency; the governor of Ceylon aad IN Own the curator of the local museum, made easily and honorably, without capf wlthhhn." tali daring your sparo hoars. Any man, Tho cyclone, was approachibg with whom Its rcmalna have been dewoman, boy, or girl can do the work hand nearer and nearer. In tho center of posited in preference to the British lly, without experience. Talking uncould be seen wagon and museum. It is supposed that the necessary. Nothing like It for tho cloud tl ever offered before. Our workers in tho wagon an elderly man who creature waa Drougnjxoueyion over century ago,. when the island waa always prosper. No time wasted In held tho whip with ono band and tUT learning the business. We teach you In reins with another, while between takenCover by the British from the a nlgkt how to succeed from the first lookibg Butch. It bad been blladfor, yeeia, noar. You can make a trial without his knees was a formidable to yourself. We start you, nirnish weapon which looked, liko A,blun.der- - and, from apout to UU measured everythlug needed to carry on the busibuss. Ho daslid toward ;the tqUT. fully aU (cat, though wfWj ness successfully, and guarantee you uiav cmtA nt, nnnut n 2:20 cim ana waa are oi uuiuivu If you but follow oat . ' "..'-- . t . . tnrougn wnen.aowu Its. fullest sUe ' fifty years ago. So against failure instructions. Reader, If efiwple, plain about to ride of ready money, and camo me nolo ana ine nurou aanir nearly extinct has this apeclea of you are la need about the best paying want to tortoise become that Br; Gunther,, business know all public, send us your his haunches. back upon before tho tlio mild, pleasant of the BritUti raueeuai, made an of"Toll," said address, aad we will mall yon a docu fer of kn Botinda sterling for it, BwutgUIag you all the particulars. i , voice of BUI, "I haven't any time to bother dead or allvf. Mr. Haly.(tke curator with you, you scoundrel," was the at Colombo) has undertaken the Augtiftta Maine). of charge of It, endtthe ? reply. "Lift that bar." la now, selaur forward. The aae-Wleally; now, that ain't a perllto claa is one thatiwai oponed to the) way to talk," $ through, you rascal, or wychei m ana tne aiaurfuu group. "Let me now dtel opt, and the.claae ThU I'll horsewhipyou.M "Well.liow. two can play at tHl cau ealv be obtained at taa north el Madfascar.M Loadon Ttaee. little game. Toll, please." ermrVar Telie. OrriOS OVXRBED FHONT 'a & 120 DOLLARS Your Locality money-maki- - 'i 4 so . . J- iwc I TRUKC0.9x400, tu-flo- ff j'i 4 C '? I iE5r -: 1 !,f ri , v f V;t'u'ytH'..i J 'in f !' jw a hit V A m t44 tessss ; : V" SUttM) for MoHtyoiMtf Mnmy fcfeter pAW ( iH "njW Jji JSjJ llftrliord JtcMiblicmi rr- Vuteff to COtORKD IN8TITUTR VUhUfittbtt fcVAHt wlicft PMtiAf MUiiMtfi ft fflrtfto rh6 ioUt . m: h ( r I T ! r r W I ; There were Jlfiecn applicants for teachers certificates nt the Aitguit At thoCloso of Businosa on 18th day ot Juno examinatioiii W. II. VovtU The Institute ojicnerf Wcdnclfly 1894. WlM Utttnt ink WAter Aod ertt inornlfi The revival meeting at Mt. ion, As tfte IJeMocfnUe ierftlffie for tltnin-iAnd At fl o'clrxrk ffomptly Committee nttctUfti, lifcfurtt of crow lK;? il ao wlint confi of Ofifo touuiy. judge has closed with three conventions and devotion a I exorcises wctc conducted KESOURCE& The Committee on Resolutions dfhc6 of rejrcct does lie rfescm wlt hy iti if, flticklntflmm, one sanctification. Rev. S. K. Breed- - Loans nnd Discounts . , . ,,I41 ill, fntlftt tllf , $7a,075.87 M.O..V ...V We rife" KtithbHed to numihie jomi olhori cam the nation And " After roll cnll the mlnutcA of the 36411 Tlic TeiuhcRi of Ohio, Whereat. ",,sl Cox.- - Rev. Overdrafts, secured . .. Jutte Al. J,kcii fnfml&l jiroviotiA fickle WfifM IrtVtf in aiicIi uveruraiis,innsecurcu meeting were rend and 594.30 mi.1 DnvtcM counlfn Imve . )? ' ', Sntm ,nn J K', )V' ftoftifhee for tlic An life IfeMfefllic w move hl ramp out to Due IrotuVNatsoaal DariksJ 1 1,115.58 JlAt,crow, Orover, eat with Jxeenliire7 the ncccssrtry correct Ion a in tlic l.Mvn of "reciJIng met In jninl E from State office of Ancestor of Olilo comity, ,!',,,cs"s ln,l,,e nearfatiireniiJ begin Due Bankers X hanks . mill OfOW were Approved. they llnrtrotiMntlieAliuilititMCIiiircli, . ItiuilotU November 0. tHui . Y 59 WWW WWWWMWM a meeting there. Rev. Suead is now Hanking house and lot ArltjjnfetlcwAAthen fntrtKlticcd hy IUlillWWI M. 3,000.00 to cote V A,ipeVind in n lojjlcnl tnnnner conducting n series of revival mcet- - Specie . A!&ic refu6the iitsoliflkly , 2,632.72 JiojJtibifonii Tldkoti VI.cm. The giw,! ieilr of ,Iflrl. t'rtrfri IliotWl flnirnondmerila to ilo Currency . 2,044.00 liehowetl why we tench it flttd the for.1 Imve ehwre I nil encou r.ige.l tin. , ,nB " V.. ... . . 1 .500. 00 J'or Vutl&te -f- oflH W Utrh, of WiIaoii UHmpaanmI by tlie fformlo end Ui njr. men imiiciicioc, who uns ikcii Furniture 'and Fixtures . , IK tnlk wnn vfcll rertched. therefore be it Current expenses . . , , 67.i2 Wiwilfij'lorl tutltlty confined to his room for sometime llie ilonw ,iltfk WAler" Agreed to received, Rcnolvel, nt, Tint we return our f J OHfTy. for Apellate jtl1tfe--J-l I with fevers, Is able to out again, eToli Arid cvrr flnienditifltit of the W ji;lAfrilriKK"ve n very inter TMUIIHPAV NtUir. thanks to the pastor, olficem and ftottitlfitvjfirtee Jnliii I'.Morldin rri nml llif tm nfter tlin nrnoiiA cAtlng tnlk otiNinnhor, At fti.V) p iu. the Institute wns members of the Church'forthcir kind-ncs- s and will open school at this place the i'or ftlietllf -- CnK I'i Keowiii 1JAHILITIE8. u first Mondny in September. A! Mocker, I'oi- Cfftitily Cferfe letter ol tlrover to Mr Wibon iIcm ' If, Jff llncklnliAiu presented the called to order by W. K. Harding and In pet milting us louse the Church Capital stock paid in, in cashf 25,000.00 y- 1$ J. Weal Vat CoitHty AttorneMr J W. Guthrie was iu Louisville Surplus fund of Arithmetic In IiUuaimI after roll cnll the following program and bs it further resolved . nouticlng tlie lull n nmemled aa 'nri InnUfl 8,250.00 lur Aweor N C Daniel Attending to business affairs last Undivided tirofiU . . . . wan rendered; clcAf And intereptlng Atvle. 4,204.02 ln.oUnco of perfidy, Injiiidee nrid di f ad Tint we thank the good J'of JrtllerJofiH W. iifnefe. Due Depositors ... 56,571.67 A. 0ry then guvc n jkh! tnlk 0cnlng Chorut Sy the Institute iMtliligli. Hartford for the intcrcsUhcy have week. liotieftty rurHiirveyor ( DueSt'tebanks&SnetYk'rs 59.00 Mr. John P Haswcll, Sr , and famA, Onry. i'or Coroner 0. C, WcslGfflel(L I'raycr on Solution manifested in our meetings by their Due National Ranks . . , 54.60 XAolqrMA'fliS Mr. Frank Haswcll nnd famCh(ruscA by thcChoIr Ttit timo Iiaa nlmofft nrrivnd for Mrs, Jrtckpon then avc n nice litand thus encour-ngln- g ily and regular attendance ilarlfimUA, H Anil, ily lcnt a couple of days of last week MIjm Minnie Taylor. Solo the ilett tneetlng ol the Ohio County tle tnlk on the use of object, Her Tills f94il3929 us in our work, KoqltifrwC. L Wootlwnltli Tar Springs. They report n Iaco methods were ndoptcd nn the voice of young Indy jkjsscisca n very Medlt'At Koclotyt which tnken Statr op Kkntucky, ) m 3d, Thnt we tender our thanks to nt the eiOfiitVell-Jo- Hl WIUoil, l County or Ohio, j nud in the rrndltlon ol County Superintendent, Mr. Rogers, delightful time. In Hedtifnher i'oidvjlle tM the tihyAluiAMg ol the Institute Joint II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Mr. William Hoard, who was severeJlllfoUl-fAlfler n fthort IntermlflAloti Mki 'Harney my Hoy," she excelled her for his faithful attendance with us thecotmlynroiuo to tholr duty In Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located CtiMJrrnnM'' PtiMirtoi their organization, and the valued instruction given by ly afflicted with rheumatism last win- and doing business in the town of The Tnylor gnvc n phott tnlk on Tnhlcn, self. ilriJlfOrd Hoiert Mtioirit. mid spring, hns returned from Heaver ter MIp4 Anim Ulchnrdftou rend n pa Address H. 8. I'nrcuinti. This him in our deliberations, nud Daui.in said county.being duMedlcnl 8fM)lety n to the di)ilclAtm Uothie Ylibtilnq Allell ly sworn, says that the foregoing tct on I'roblctun mid how todenl with young gentleman Ia n clone student, .1th, That we recommend thnt the the Magnetic Millard Springs. IndiMnllllK CluillWellUVl wlmt the Tcnohern' Initllute Is to the is in all respects a true statement them, Ulic hnndlcd the Atihject In u a deep thlnkcrnudnuclegnnt iustrucU Secretary be paid f for her faithful ana, very much improved in health. I'ottmjiie !ncfl whore ench nmy lefU'ltciA it Mrs. Hettic Whitehead, of Vine of the condition of the said bank at iJitfutd or nnd a true race tttnit. For forty service Ji ml that $l 50 be paid to the very clenr ntid forclhlc mnmicr, the close 01 business on the 18th iiovnof ah rue vnltio to evory other Mr, IhiyncA ppokc on KiiIca, (fovc, is visiting the family of Mr. oljune 1891, to the best of day lie minutes he held Ills audience spell Institute Organist. his ntenihrrnitil nil mny ohtnln umjlnl doen knowledge and bclicf;nud further saya not believe In cotmiiltlng ritlcA. IkhiihI. With such sentiments as 5lh, That we lender onr thntikn to John Alexander. trofeRftlonnl hlnU nod Inforninlhm Miss Susie Motmreli, who has been that the business of said bank lias Inrti the iiunlyfdn nud ftotu tlml those expressed by the young gentle- Prof. II. II, Rockingham for Inn imhot the people nk their phyfllolnm If deduce your own rulen, b?cn transacted at the location man we Ifcspenk for him n bright partial decisions and fairness of deal visiting Miss Mary Rowmer, left last ed, nud not elsewhere: nnd that the they nttetid IliO ImcdIIii of thoBmd' hriday for her home In Ovvensboro. J, J Fleming nKke on pint ileal iug iu his rulings over the Ixxly. nboe report U made in compliance II they P'ulrm ntid niiAWer liny, thotiKht ty Miss Howiuer went to Louisville lfri-- , with an uOlclal notice received from Kccitntioit Mlsa Hmuui lie nnld tell nothing to it Foster; W. R.IIXKDINC, then let them forthwith dciimtid the child thnt he cnti HihI out for IiIuiacII. subject "The Ship Wreck." To say the Secretary of State, designating day. GrioiuHA Ilouuun, of June, 1894,88 the Miss Mary Allen, the teacher of I hc lSlh 'J MUa Oeornln llovvnid luttoluced thnt she delighted the nttdlcitcc would renon nhy Tenchern must ntteud Chiki.otti; KmsoN, " InntltuteA ah ApRocintloiiA for Im Mctitnl uilthmctlc. Hhc nnld ithoutd be expressing It mildly. Her manner our Klndergnrlen, was IlHast wWk. j Mahv Paiik.s. Postmaster J. H. Cox and Dr. Mik provenienl niter they toweM legnl be tctnlucd ban one It wnn of iiicnlcu of delivery wns thnt of tlic truenrtist Subscrilnd and sworn to before me Committee. MIp life nud won tlic applause of nil. itirtllflefllloiiA to tenchi Now, why Inblc vnlitc In bunlnc Ptol. S. M. Taylor then came for- ton Hoard rigged up n tent nnd went by John H. Hantes, the 20th day of Rowan Uoumooir, phnllhl Mot the pli)'lt'lnliB do like JohtiAon then tend n pncr on the Song, Duct Miss Daisy Crump ward mid iu a few well chosen over to the Tar Springs last week to . Junc l894- CoUrt' nnd Prof. W.k.Hnrdlng. Miss Crump words, in behalf of the teachers of of Mental Arithmetic, wise s,, y MIra Dnlny Cruinn tend a Iciitrthv hns n sweet voice, which was In jcr-fee- t Ohio county, presented Sucriutcrid-cu- t An object of interest at pretcut iu , J. II. Hanrks, Cashier A t4niii4 number ol school lenii micr on I'rnctlcnl TIiuukIu. MIim condition, nnd Prof. Harding Rogers n gold walcli chain, Pi of. our town ts n watermelon vine grow - , R P- - hockkh, Director. Moudnynnd hy the first Mondny lit Ciumplsn fluent spenker nud her sung ns only "Rule ajM could sing. Taylor nsked him to nccept it us a trig tn tue sircci 011 111c bouiu sine 01 Jno. H. Hahnks, IliirlioVl, I. P. Harnard, Heplember Ailly JiO per cent, (r dcllbemtc nud grncclul m.tuner won l'Acr Mis, Anna Richardson. The token of the high esteem iu which he public square. It has n couple off I -j ofthopohooU will be In proton. for her the npphttmc ol nil. pajer wns most excellent and the was held hy the colored teachers of melons 011 ti atu is looked uku moie 4hb1i. The meet i ok then ndjuutned for young Indy gave great promise of lie Ohio county. He said these links, of with great interest by the citizens of There U tul(en piunlt crop of tohnc inww 3? lug one of the coming women of which this chain is composed, wilt the town The cows are driven away, tlitpj venr po thnt It Ip tinneccppnry dinner to meet nt nj p, in. co Of condition of the NOON, Southern Kentucky, to delny the opening of poIiooIp on no show you how deeply ouriutcrcst hns the bovH nrc ordered off nnd it seems The Institute wnn cnllal to older, Paper Mrs. Mary Jackson tend a leeu linked to yours You have , to Ik the object ol public spirited citOh JhpI tjnltiiility 'i'nn Hi i(uiit.tt count of the larger pupils hnvlng to nud the toll call allowed at tenchern very utile and Interesting pnx.r oucd- - proven your esteem by deeds nnd nets izens to Imve n watermelon patch in AN ilmitng illumed liuin (he btilhl workt Quite-- number of pchuols, ptescnt. OP thu center of the town. ucnllou. , of kinducNS, 3011 have shown your re- lhUlillnikelUtice( tollio Mcllemy however, will he delnjed on necotiiit The upcof Words wnn nbly act loith I Rev. W. H. Suead bcingnlent last Select rcadiugTnmar Lewis, by honoring virtue nud monlty iVlllllW ollltfcp oli Jfii Alley, of Inck ormtlllclent wntcr Ptipplyoecn by W. It, roe, who said spelling Dutt Mr. nnd Mis. Otny Parks, hcct wherever de.seivcd, 3 on have shown Sunday, by reason of the District Conpinned hy the long continued drouth. lKokn nhouhl 1c used wot tin should l Itcy wing very sweetly nud the mull lilelt Igllf" ictliinhcul lnco vt bnl your devotion by your untiring in- - ference at Howling Green, his pulpit RIvSOURCKS. With nil the lucremed ndvntitngc he n nepetntc study, Chlldtcit nhouhl cticc wits hlgly eiitcrtninetl. terc.vt tn our behalfaccept this little was filled by Rev Jo Keeuan. liotue nml nil AYeriielHwnl iiess tenet of which U the modem not Imj tnuht phonetics too rntly. not the Mr. John Smith nnd Miss Susie Overdrafts, secured . Hum Solo W. R. Hunting. The ofm AletuUiUti voiillnlly utvlirtt ftmtttuie nnd nppntntup pupplled the spelling mntches nhould not be held In gentleman hns n deep, tlclt voice, token of aspect, not for itsecuniary HorTuian, of Henderson, were mar- Overdrafts, unsecured , . . . 1,642.91 153.64 value, but for the love of Its givers. Due from Hanks (0 i1h!1 oil lis lit wwi new ti!fulete. pcIiooIp. Inst )enr, the work this fnll the nctuM)! too oi dutlug school hours 7.763,35 over which he has jcrfcct control ami Superintendent Rogers accept ctt it ried here Inst week by "kcv. R, W. UAnkiuj: bouse nnd lot . . Jlcnt Iti iilitul tlihl ectjljody phould should he the heat In the history ol Mlsn Acton gave sonic useful hints on his sweet singing only endeared him with deep emotion and any one look-lu- g Cox nt his residence. The parents of Funiiturc nnd Fixtures . . 3,000.00 1 ,000.00 Miss Ulchntdson nlso gnvc to the cop1c nclllug. in ntthc wiudowsolhissoulcould the bride, we understand, had object- Cnsliinsafc 8,696,13 kntlitmtitAy Tot Tiih ItantnMUAtf, the county; The people, yenr after n nhott tnlk nod several useful titles ed to the match. They came to PnKM Debts in suit Arithmetic; Miss Chnrlottc yen r, Ate tnkltig grentcr Interest lit 668.54 l!mlnfth mlveitttiit iiictltiliil Tilti the cnttpentid their InctTrtsed Inter for sclllng. Tiuf. Onr told how to Ivldsou, She hnndlcd it in a scholar- theie sec what his tongue refused to . 1,341.67 on the L St. L. & T. and Stocks nnd Honds . . express. use the dlctlountyt no school I com ly manner. She Is one ol the forell&lifliLitAH is Uiioellcil nllil tlml Alter the ndoplionofthctesolutions from there to this place In a spring eutnsuies n cotitppotunug incrcnpo $89,418.05 wagon. When they arrived' In town lieilohll kllidg ol job itln(iitglti ol Intetest on the pnrt ol tencher plcte without n dlctlounry; It shouhl most tcachets in Ohio county and her the Institute ndjourucd, UABIUTIIvS. not be UFcd ns a sepatntc study; lts paper cleat ly showed IhntHhedcscrvcs itnmcd, they were completely dust coated. good Utdeijun eliuil liolioc iul nt ntid pupils, Cipital Stck $30,000.00 only lo aid us In our work. J J, the teputntlon she has, The following unmed teachers were In a few hours, however, there was a Due Depositors 52.839.71 to pee i4. ieiuulmble irtle?. t'owe Ihf pitntp A). Pi. I'ifiitrHtlftH nl M?ll iMcmlng gave n tnlk on root'Wotds, apMusic Mrs. M. H. Parks and Miss enrolled; Due other Hanks complete irnnsiormaiion in tlic 430.17 HlffS it ptcfixes nud suHlxcs. Alter nu Minnie Taylor, They sang a beaut! Hutlcr county H, II. Huckiugham. pearance of the couple. The groom 1'roflt and Isnccouiit . 4,948.17 tiANiii tlic Aimichhl Mho iittthleh the ilHh, iotti nnd Jottt of litis On 1,200.00 Unnltug ful duct. often minutes nit ire J in a Dividend No. 20 Ohio county P. A. Onry, Char- nppearcd handsomely - x Cumuli Hub gulllolliial month, the Auttunl Convention or lutnHluced lngungc Lessons. The Closing remarks Superintendent lotte KUsnu, Hiiuu.i Po.ster, Mary H. neat lilting suit of black. The bride $89,418.05 nl liJOlip, Finnoeeeleidfty inonllng the Ky & S Uutou will be hchl nt speaker said thnt language lessoni Jo, It, Rogers, He began by saying Parks, Maty Uniwn Minnie Taylor, looked blooming and lovelv and was il? i S. K. COX, Prrsidbnt. RtispeUville A most ntttncllvc pi) should be Introduced in About llrcjd he did not liaxc much lo say, hut nnd Samantln Acton. clad from head to foot iu white. They ffllfe time wlicu Hits oM town m gtrttit ImB been rtfrtrttirtel nud n vcty gtadc from the iutciest and deep feeling It, S. Ioremau, left immediately niter the ceremony McLean ctunty h lltOloiifh rittd pBtemntie okrttdng Inrge ntlendrtuce Is c.ccIcaU IVpIoia, Miss How not said the exctcics showed hy hts hearer, his speech will nti I Maggie Foreman, for Custer, where they will spend WHEN YGU tit 1m? fivi long mppoil llinl the tttelnoty Mtpellntemtcntft, pcctttntles, tenchctrt GO TO OWENSB0R0 should consist In wilting the sayings last front now until clcrnitv. He told W IL Pope, V. several days visiting relatives Daviess county -- CALL ON- OtlttrtU ItlUlietli ttol to Uiecoti(tnly nnd scholars Will tittd potuclliing ca nud doings of the pupils and tcachct, them of his deep rcgnrd for the rncc R Hanliug, J, J Fleming, Georgia Miss Maggie Smith is ill of fevers. Ittdnltyhelplul to thcm.Sicclftl nttcn or a dcsctlptlon of home nnd school, nud The People's Party of Hrcckcnridge commended them tor the taphl Howard, Mnria Pritchard, Gertrude Tiih ColMtil TcnclieiB1 Itielttule, ttott given lo l'tlMAiy Wotk Ami every oompofdIthe IcAolietfl ol Jlullcr I'fhtiAly Tencher In the Slntc In tnvll ot stottcs made ot plenties, She lully progress made .since the Giver, Lizie Johnson, Daisy Crump, county held a Convention last Saturxxraz ?jcotou3 suslatuol days. Among other things Florence Helm, Mary Jackson, John day tor the purpose of nomlattug a Uiies etui Ohio wnilieptloel lrtt Ovl to utteml MUs Mnbel Hnll, of fclafssol her teputnttou as a high For the finest and Most Artistic Work, county ticket. The first question beteacher, and It would le cll he said was that the colored race wns Aayucs, nnd Tnmar Iwis. I'liUUdftV itiglili eltct ihe inopt Chlengc, will make several nddtvMCA fore the Convention was whether a oiy iiie or style. Frtderica &, Wstuwoi ixuptc, and In nil of Aiul IUdKIIaMc pclon W the upon this depnttmeutt Mts Unit tins If we had such n teacher In every n II IL ItUCKINttltAM, Clt'm'tu Gm37 ptlmary In the counlt county ticket should be nominated at 1niW4fA. his tending he had never heard ol a Tamr I.uwts, Sccy, hUloty utltie Wly. t Ostuldt 1'ttmAty CIam ur 4so dill IU Ut Buckingham said that the colored Anarchist. nil or not. It was decided to put a lie also said that dtett In the Sunday SkliDol of vrlitch ticket in the field. Mr, Smith Wag UOMtnm ol cafc4 of oholcm nt-- Ml. h V. JacuImU the AUKrlntcnd-en- t exctvtses should be loth oint and there was much to lc commended in homm:. oner, a substantial farmer, and an vftttlcn the oml coming finxt. ifoeftPQ the mce; in fact the history of the Itltotlipvl iM llutA t the Aug 17, ThcRosinc High School, Miss Itixnvn Utd that the teacher tteni mce is without a varalleL He under the JpiflM lo bev pprtding vwlwrti tuuingemcnt of Prof, John upright citieu, was nominated for goAmong the pjeakct arc Mt Wm, llAlllohl lrti nil het lookoi clonttlU Ue nobis Intctnatioitat WcM WotU should write the cxctvles on the iMtlc the teachers good hse with a sad H Taylor, of Heaver Dam, who Is a loumyjmigc. .Mr. Asa itardtn, an he AlifnWg lAik ToV the er; Uev 5. 1. l,tndwiy of SU l,out:s tdaeKboatxl to tc copied hy the child heart and II each teacher ot the conn most worthy joung gentleman, nnd accomplished young man of the UnWtn M ty had been given an opportunity to Mis Annie Lnutic Alien, of this place, ion Star district, was nomltatcd fot tleeliuei thouM il cnch witr tsnto- - Ucs. Catlcr Helm Joiica, llb Kk 1W ten. Miss Taylor thinks that wttrctlons express their feelings words could is progressing nicely. This is the sec- County Coutt Clerk. Mr. Clarence Turner and should be made by Iwth teacher and not have Ikcii tieti l R Collier J found to express ond week of the school and we hae Rarrick, of Custer, was nomiuatcd for t" i Ucx-r- , t 1 HaIoii, orUoulpvltlet II, pupils their high appreciation and deep re- over ninety scholars cnmlled in fact Assessor. Mr. Dick Ncrntt, ol Hud YllB llV UCAllie!' OiMlttlAKHl lnl the C Settle and J V MUchclU of Hop MIns Utdsan gftvc a talk on gard forhiuu He closed his remarks out school has never Ikcii better, and sonsville, was nominated for Jailor, oullook lot ltawMlAmllo)flCOOt'Wtt VtttRvHtct ttct, U StagTgaml Wm A. Crews was nomi by asking the teachers of the county here's to Miss Annie L nud the Prof. and Mr, OotO ftlttHiily U, WMgbt, at Howling Wwxms Rev. tlic tscoftoks gkttUB ttnne leotoy. natcd forroroncr and Mr, I LC. Jolly, A motion was ortcred by J J. IMcm to give the Supcriutcndcnt-clcc- t the Mr, l Ragland,and the Misses TftvcnUKt liuieK umllmy A(lAito Jio. Uk Deeling, tot VetatUes; anl tnjr to appoint a Committee to dtatl Mine snport that had tccn given WhittinhilL Ixta Ragland and Anna ot Hardinshnrg, was nominated for tttg Wttiel both lot hmlt Ami licAtt WAHy buieu invmlncni in S.J. ttisoluUons ton the death of Mrs. M, him, Allen spirit last Sunday at Sul Surveyor. Speeches were made by ttt itiAtV Iaccb Delegates will be cutcttalne and g t&Win Messrs. Lcnnin, Mercer, nnd WagMotion carttcxK v, Hatvling;, Prot. 7 IL Shult, Superintendent phur Springs, Iheietul httoi fet. to attend are request all w ho V(ter the reading of the Query Hox oner, urging the rart to keep up the Mr, and Mrs, S, C Walker and famelect, then gave A.shotttalk and Askctl 11 ed lo pend their names t Mt M 1 i' orgAniration. the first issue of The Jktxamcr came for a continuance of that love and Wjiftieltt itcefpl ol the lhtTm re. ily, of MadUonvillc, are viMiing Mrs. U.H,t UUMclWitle AS SOW AS XM out, ThccAtUorls from "waydwek In the coming election for ConwlvUe lUlook TeAthriV In stlle. 1uB. Allen. speel that had xn gixxn hts ptxsle means so much more than i over fn the "stow country," Mr, Jolin Ragland has typhoid fe gressman in the Fourth CongressionilHwt cc$sn VMtnitcft aI liwwen The vatxads ha made a rate of serious and al District, and for Judge of the Court ryt)u imagine wrovacsmv Nro.tt r ver. llkvMi I r x2u Sr hl wiAfnte Wic A atji jt l& RrwotnuvNs M 3nid y wton vwnla The tnstttule opened al So, It, It, ,n "Appe ute U.stnct nMch,' w, Mr. Claude Dxn,orilon Ue5olutions ofcsmdolenceoirercsl by fixlftF. 'TheMcnVe Att tonofcHlfieate Thec cttfiCsto Ituckingham conducting dcttonat trifling ailments neglected. a few hgnrcs might be ol same inter SoUi'tetnUt 1ia& cltAgeJ nay 1e FOiHx hm the connty ! evctvtses, and Miss Mcllic PatkA at the Joint Institute, cmisistwgof Ohio, xisited Rosinc last Monday Don't play with Nature's c4L In tbc race For Congress in iSo The Misses Whittingbill and An Vital. VlewiAitk f Witiohe8 Rcersr tVom'Mamtcft, Uubert iec the Organ, who gaw ta wmc xry Butler and Daviess counties' teachers v t Harnett, the Republican candidate, greatest gift health. nic U Allen will leave fwrthe Mam- assembled at Hartford, Ky lai al UmlsUle. Vely lirtcf sweet music, alter which the teacher Ifrsrffic2Bj motb Cave, via of Louisville, next receixxd 11,485 voles Montgomery, Sunday ikhool nstkcrs tofevcry dc were called forwant and tor WhcitNAS U has tocn the pleasure s e.xMdl. cat of ont,wemk tiling KPMort tone hour the Democratic candidate rcceixcd Momlnatton are cohlialy tw Ufd rrner&Dr m Thumlay, MinwHmniM tavwed, xntm, J AXi& Gardener, the audience was entertained with of Almighty Cod tn his all wise pron the Teo Onr Sunday School is well attend 16,043 votes WV ,fVHV some fine spelling U wasanotiecaMe dence to renioxx from our midM. our plcs Party mtn, received 5,945. codaborer and istcr Mi. M, li. edvonsidcringlbc warm weather and MAHthAMAX t C ibe roast rlu j fact that the Daviess county teachers Montgomery plurality over Bimelt it is doing Rood wotk. AWg. AiMi Harding, a teacher of Daviess connt Kesier an! was 4,55, Montgomery dtJ not obRrcm'-j- 'i Mrs, whose I rem Wj ieslmVhKht z:m 11 the Mn-- I w cViWren, l,cwis and Carrie, of "Rule &" had to go lo the other cd her work as a teacher has endear nsitcd Ioc Canon, ofSnlphurSpring, tain a majority o! All the voles casL tfT. A Irw l to thcteachcrs of Daviess conn her motber, Mrs, M S. Ra lle Ail AttUlly Aong Jsutsxtllc, )a'c MnrncA home after side. DaUyCnimptd reel $o bad' fttemi There are tbree candidiles in Ibis DMHei IvoWiriK ArnxHA a vcAs lsit to Mvs. Kecrs aUtcf, when she missed so small a wont. ly and all lovers of education. There land, this week. district Ibis year, Mr, Lewis, there Mrs, lv. D. Gurly and little dngh-le- r, tirs. C, T. Carson. It, H IhtcVingham can rcside over fore lc it ft 1 Aett as a etiUriAA cW licy a fore, has a big onderUting on hand tike. M ymHmmmmimAl;it!'aA'1 Kesolve!, Tliatxee cxtcrdonrheart Misses tena Mitchell varisas, ani an tnstiuttc better than he can spell. Mcrccdcs,of Hartlord, xisited Mrs, to overcome the Democratic plurality Nettie VavW. aver tam. wore the l A iary misscxlhis Rwnt because he ifdt sympathies lo her bereaved hns J tt. U. Allen last week. YiA in Ibis district, IflbeUnd &lide oft gMOhls of Miss Mattie Chinn last Snoccss lo TH RnmxRUCAK And and family, and be it further was tired of standing 1 tc could h ac j Afl'to'doMsvlAly. last year, however, can be used as a Dyspefttla, KMfteyadUvcr Resolved Tliat in thecathof Mr. ;bc Kermbbcan party in V. we criterion, week. spelled n wont, hovcr. Kvety bis election 1 possible. rof, C. tired ol bard limes, 1een cm bot5' knows Harnett AtUiftAi itt A J, frttStert. toU J. Haync canHl llardmghcrbnsbandjhas&ustaincd an Are rmrtiiMrtm- - tUM BAa&j The voteiforCaeveUni, Weax'erasd . ,. . I3iTri;it&ftr.x;r, iay a ate-- VojA td teaeh t)ic fait sohooi At fte pell a little bit.H tt was a real irrcparaWe loss, the connty 5ias 3ast' t m 'covvyiiy. anil, ny jxtTveaa aBiewU Harrison in Judge Gnnys district in jnmru, M an invalnablc teacber, tbe State An IS.iV.A-'A.i- l iV Auriga Am LAit Va sarfttise to cx'cj'onc to know tbal M, ) r ,i i$02 is as follows; Harrison, 99 &90; i vi w(S wcmwmrnjD iv VA& xnc rHCC lover, AT,(1 Cot V tiic ctinuhn h h cronod t6 tt. atls was still Vising the old Ufa i honest w WAII w Trttieh aWet the; ov. tMcvelaTrd, v$A3$7 "Weaver, 7,128, utrMm ancTnj7r, wh lmmi ij c auin wodel and mSsXenl m PHPfMrt lf v v u ULilltil. . v wVvr.-tend 'ttneacV pdfiITw DerMMA Me ifcan the KeprtWicaoA. )t is iMtinfe Wiss Maiy Varks, J thcChnrcb a Mt j m Kht$t honors WerU'j. Yrxr. Cleveland's plurality ver Harrison S Wltfl Bfnail iDll..Mui Ti .. twn. n, auiiH,. we v 9 wciri c rncmncr. Mr. Klyett Creor an YnoVhcr are nmncr i Tr was 3,?4& J etnmg spells entirely by Konnd, Resolved, 'Ttat tbe 'depArtnrc ol C3evelaa lacted lUrthtee1iiB!elht: The Itapriis BROWI CHDRlCaLCa sAunvtwet, mo 'oatnmcettnfi; at teTgiaValWerasliinling vf the SoxvAesof getting A rajority ol Yfcttiedfor t)1myohVs to VniVt 'attetiinj; tlie 1 tVnci'al Association vr eiscsbe wwnld 3 Mt. Harding tvem "Onr tnidrt bas votes asL il Mr, Gfry can all tbe ))dV6iMVy avid failed, tmttie emj MVs. twenty Ucovct tUrtforA, is 2N- - ' -- A. Y?oliax'e tnissed a word, norenec left a vacancy Vhat an wcvcTbc llcd, get Ihalf of the Tiara fiarTy v4e t vxA'Ats have nuveeden Vn ttimmg it tVr-'Mi- a ier1mot'hdr-in-1aRossis heavens c;ain, Visiting Mt. "" Heltn spells 5n German and io donbt and ibat onr will ecarc Ms clocdea, provided foe,? "WsWk HV" fri lens Ha'n We yaw. Resolved, That vftbesclRcs At th'is MtiTins:. Woo the ntKtintendcnt vnisnndenAood gets tbe fall KcptAffioan vctotf wbich oltiticmsbc jvread fipoiitbewirnntes ofi 'her. Waggie Johnson 'dratic sotnuch i XN'nrt a rn ftjoWty M figVty 'in'Ooft- be wall ccrtakly lo, 131s tki cm as j VhesicViiKt. water Vhat sbe conlA Yiot Kpcll. Miss tbc insti ttite trd a wpy oi ibe ATne Tiot'cmlypwjatilefeat xxVtmkVt, rt'H. iTriA hftV 'elfeeen Ynftb 'of'j MesbTh. tm an ieaVl 'Twcetflo, ofj vKlaon isseA ?yl-- word in order to be sent to tbc JatnTly fcf tbc ecoftsed, wvrry AM Venous winy Uie wtnfr ncoa. SlX tirecions cmeSrom ins lias gone, get toWfk ronnA atid bear icr tie' 'In Yftnfel naTiiora.hpeniOTiTiuAy in vVAfti a'i'ty hAf ?nWvcA Missnsieorai upent )at 'W'eeV eboes ct5 nt the conld iavc YKllcd J A X'oloe e icvei 5s sAiTl, 'Tbc Cbiacse tiea- - 'octar ?ilyj 'AlAWn MB wnAimeM "hy loading above own. A Yjlnec is vaei7it 5 ft onr foamb, so long & Jfc Ireefis cm in eaUbj The vrd tnst tbe sumo. Xfttft a talk VnM.Wwf theVt'h K ov.'Wlly Which ttevtresm be tfTDea. Mt. WbctaYlcm AViA Yamftj arc J athe Tbey beje'c yn TpBtrvtutw V tlie Sftrxwitencnl on Scbool at visaing in i)axfeto ymrit5. VOekentoft, h leKnion oTany VOKtaS YKAIW m lihW bc nreetine QiAionmed to "meet od in liis wiSom toi.fi tec,Tle4, 9 m Hi Mi Win fcuAt'ri'iCiplcb. toA ihhYftetei-'eloek vn tne tnormng, Tlic boon iis love toal Jgivcn, Miss Mfffcgie KteTrftVdshaford.at ' t ense. nd &e of Hbe 'rsmceA vec- MOST KRFBCT MADi. ! hy 'the frwtfk'iA, WsoW nb 'kj ef(ieAVlieiceerefemWnyjrxt at Maj AdtbotitiieWftepefh mow, mJfcMAV. tm Grape CwamTTrvA; trtk 'Theonl fifcfcihi fttwen. ty o$wtm &t amroayntgntgrivenriy ine Kinder Tlie'sniaeetKcadinfi: was $ntro oom Awmairia, 'KUm arwgAtfrsMlM, iedioe4iic3ktft tjmm mi mummm ioyJw baeWftlffb. ewws mm. yrtwww gwew W. 'K. TVfc, Wer 7lnt(bcyotiJttie,lini!loila'il liXNTVf. 'nesi jy Mrs, 40 was tlief ofdloaoce SH " tfV rFotfratlti Tiflkot NMI mint Jthiit:, We' are- nnififi tftd iu atuttriuiee tfktMirt Aim $t 17, ttyf. guiitf will ih of fgMl tuUtntii wifn lime tllfMrUti . of 11 Is oo tU Ago ugafogl Hie PitteO H I ffrftttfftg A liftll WAS AgJlfflftt flie to ider U It Hot mi now? Yfheti What fou llirolg Conl' paiod of tlio Colored reading 'I'eiwhorHOt Ohio, IJut MIsa JUdsoti IhAtltUtO, by th fcdfftjr) squirt nrld dificrltfcnl iWukd to gelher, Irtil tUftn not favor concert imUaun Hileiil HmtU Ing, Hhc cotiimencts the practice of silent reading the first day of school, using I'rof Harding' "bewareofdan ger" whenever the rule waa broken Mrs HUWm Introduced Oral Kcid lug by class work Wtr pupil lyings membcra of the Institute, The stu denta were somewhat nolay and we hope "Jim" will not allow hla jnipila to do as he did Mlsa Georgia Walker gave us n short talk on the first step Inrcndlng Her viewa were nicely expressed for one no young in the citiso, A motion to ndjourn prevailed and the body adjourned to meet ngnln nt t p, m. fHWiMftWHlyifiprcclawcl fliic-iMliltlld loichcJ YhwrV UptfMiaA Hilt r StlWtV 1111! iHII ihlJ! iletf It Wlr u Will rtllll of victory tnnt Where ebrystal strcama cndliM ycrriv, , HARDIHSBUBG, - tllrnillt i t'olJifr Ami wifrOU'fHrtl HmH i r op Tim lor nrid Counties Davlcflrt I . ovtr gfdiSetf Mivh, Atig.u.- - Miss Irene lljjid will Ami w'icr' old grv n yon (x U on nttend frhool nt Russellviltc this fall Will clasp cult Uiu luitd. and winter. Ctt trtr,oTTK T, Ifjincv, VUtvt . Bsaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK ffl regaled jwjdiow? P. A Ct.u; v ..-- ..,-W.- .'! "f"' i"." m , 1 ... 1 pco-plco- 1 ... 3j nttrnc-tlvcvolc- c, f -- rt .jj t If A NTED GH ICKENS e. JOOI 07, SPKINU "M Jc" ' TRACY & SON'S. price uoutiH or 4- J in ... g" a m st-a.te:ive:b:isp- 1 I NT RD J i dj JE ' 51, ;2t -- W M & Wt -- Inter-mtssio- ,7 u ' m jjgki Js&il 3 11 j 1'ic-hU- iii iEi r gf' ilf jj Anil-Iwltu- C.Theo.Cain, law-abidi- Job Wok before ing elsewhere. Get our prices on 'I K gl i. cxct lln Poor Health V tfNNNV V . Atul ht ion-llt- e AN' ttf,MlhrtUtdii lft-lle- Browns Kc th 1 Iron B ltterss-p- i mftte. ut wtttivtj d lad It Cures V W te tat . r r T vy ww mi il l DR rir ImhA-Ap- tm. ti iH;hII mam nuinim wWffmOL ANIMUS Jl jy ifERMIFdjE MHTE'S C1EI1 ; m rm srmx. V. .Y -- wt: rTxmmmmsmmrrmm '$& -- sdi.m3sbr vur tLjU JJ r B4K 15&SF 't, ti V v.A rfX ' l I WORTH TALKING ABOUT. . targe numbers of Hartford people havtr attended the Sulphur Springs lamp meeting. PERSONAL. HARTFORD COLLEGE. irv r kf .. , U THE SPECIAL SALE AT ftftl, r W..SX BOS. - i I r i IA V It- Lv B OUlpIlUl Tuesday evening and made an order night. Careful Estimates made on all Cart, requiring the building of brick walks i Bom, to the wile of Mr. J. M. COUIltV. KV..Sat- - pentering and Building. Terms reaW w 11 m aI 1 Ccralvo, Monday the 13th, a on the left band side of the street Ia niiiiu liorA f BflV I sonable. Hartford, Ky. Irom Market Street to and including fine boy. OppOBate Dr. Alexander and the other that the College front. The Board also Owensboro, membeis of the faculty nave aonc Mr. P. Hcavrin, Jr., ordered the boring of a public well is visiting friends and relative in considerable canvassing and that they about Williams & Bell's drug store. town. bring flattering reports for the presRev. Willis Smith, of Owensboro, Miss losie Vaueht. Burnt Prairie, ent years' work. Everything bids Yf MD will preach at the C, F. Church next 111., is visiting her brother, Ino. S. fair lor an excellent year. J Tuesday night, Aug. 21st at 7:30 Vaught. Thr OIHelnl C'onnt. Miss Alice Bowman is visiting weather we After the sermon, a church meeting The official vote in the recent Demof Fabrics, Patterns and Weights, adapted to A Variety will be held. The Elders and Dea friends in Victory neighborhood this ocratic Primary in this District was price, cons ol the Hickory and Beda congre- week. muatndW expect, at realty one half their original J. S. R. WEDDING, Agent made at Elizabethtown Wednesday. adgations are earnestly requested to be Hartford, Ky. Mr. C. V. Christian, Horse Branch, Mr. T. J. Smith represented Chair- present, as there will be important callcl at our office while in town ma o. B. Likens in the meeting. business transacted at this meeting. Wednesday. T WlitM II, I a CMcra. The official vote is as follows: Wr Alexander, F. L. Felix, All persons in Ited to me by note HMlnt a tOMte. orLADIBS that want baUdia Murray. Mont'y. children Hudson, who hastxen Mrs. K.J. ud. h on Id Uk Elders Hartford C. P. C. 484 or account are he felly notified to set SO2 BROWN'S I HOW B1TTEM. sick for some days past is able to lc Grayson care MaUrU, It 698 tie same at once xit. my legally ap- - Moa. li ttlwMnt to Uko,All dtal.n keap IndlffS 1,494 The Sulphur Springs Camp meet- out again. Hardin and BOIoukjc. It. A. C. Ellis, and 642 242 pointed agent, ft LaRue ing continues to grow in interest and Miss Emma Haycraft left for try respectfully, li on ai w M!4tra attendance. It is estimated that fully Owensboro Thursday after a visit to Bullitt 300 save cost. 297 r. b. Baird) M. D. uiurjinaeT ac 7S6 219 24t mJWfkvffSmiN.ovMiUwtlwdij people attended last Sunday. Miss Eva Morton. Hart 1.500 the prevailing modi, which are worn by Revs Bigham, Kerr. Ferryman and A choice Msortmentol 325 Meade 47 Miss Sallie Cate returned Irom Brcckenridge goods must be sold others are conducting the meeting. 1,064 210 ladles of admitted taste and fashion. These Henderson Wednesday accompanied 65 Green Messrs. Prather and McPberson lead You know what that means as to prices. by her ueice Miss Mary King. ( 912 Marion 557 the singing and Miss Prather is orRev. Ous Dyer of Virginia and Ohio 373 737 ganist Many professions of religion of Cromwell, are 746 1,095 Nelson have been made and quite a number Miss Effie Kahn, Commercial. OPPOSITE TEXA8 DEPOT. 466 Washington 273 The stopping at the have prolessed sanctification. BEST FARE. 292 312 meeting closes next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.C L. Field.Miss Mabel Tajlor l aetsionoftheDaviess Brown and J. W. Talyor started to the The Fifty-firs- t 8,130 T,tal 5.993 MammothCave yesterday. County Baptist Association convened . . . 2,137 NO LIQUORS SOLD, NO INEBRIATES KEFTgfJffi PATRONMr. and Mrs. John G Wilson and Montgomery's majority . at Oak Grove Church, Utica, Daviess A t'4rr4tln. and the prices county, on Tuesday the 14th. Dr. little daughter. Horse Branch, made AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLflK). well in hand, Our Usual stock ol the essentials is kept An erroneous idea prevails in reColeman, of this place, was chosen us a pleasant call Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Barnes, Beaver Dam, gard to what the- - Hartford Commer- btc in accordance with the times. Moderator and Uevs. E. J. Maddox ' Secreirent the first of the week with her cial Club had to do with theside-wal- k and E J. Mobcrly werechosed ! our last re- - taries: Rev Fred D. Hale, of Owens- E;ctr mm. Shrihv Tavlor. Marriage license since nuestion. In iustice to the Club I. JVKWTIMB exact motion that was Hatcher to Miss Mary M. boro, preached the annual sermon. port: James Miss Mabei'Hubbard, who has been will give the Awtry. attendance spending the summer in Chicago, is mide and voted oy me -- iuo. 11 was L?rge crowds were in RiirrtTpcto! to the Town Trustees: ready to attend throughout the whole session. expected home in a few day J. Coraraenogtttln "That they use their the Ohto&unty Fair, Hartford, SepMiss Sudie Anderson left Saturday Otis Cox is a young man who is en- in putting down brick pavements in for Owensboro, where she wilt visit terotyf 36 29. caeed in traininc horses at the Fair the town cf Hartford so as to be to WEST. family ol Mr. J. L. Anderson. ru. V&rn, to the wife of Monnie Bar- Grounds. Last Saturday while riding the the best interest of the town and'its The third year of this educational institution will open the 28th day'of EFFECTIVE APRIL 8, 1894. 4"5 Mrs Henry B Taylor returned to citizens " Grove, on last Friday a horse belonging to Mr. Alex Stog-ne- r 11:48 a. hi nard, Central . . No, 5, Mail afthe horse became unmanageable, her home in Louisville Thursday The Club does not propose to usurp AUGUST, 1894, with new additional rooms and with additions to the Facn:25p.w night, a fine girl. No, 7, Lini. Ex. famihe power of the Town Trustees, as ulty, wbjch will place it abreast of any educational institution in this Green expects to flew the track, jumped the fence and ter a visit to W. H. Taylor and Superintendent Shuttz 4.35 P-Na 31, (Local) . throwing and falling upon youngCox, ly. that body ol intelligent gentlemen are commence visiting schools about the River Country. It success has already been beyond the most sanguine exEAST. broke his lelt wrist. A doctor was at Mr. T. J. Morton accompanied Dr. capable of attending to their own busp, tn. middle ol September. 12:50 6, Mail . . and the wound dress-e- Alexander on his recent trip through iness without the interference of the pectations of its projectors, and with its increased capacity there can be nc No. once summoned tn. 3:25 Thetiextptcetuigo! the Ohiocoun-t- y No. 8, Lira. Ex He is doing fairly well, but it Diviess, Uuion and Henderson coun- Club. The trustees wanted an exdoubt pf its being a leading educational center. BeaverDam is pleasantly in. 5:54 Fair Orfnpany, September No. 32, Local) will be some weeks before he can be- ties. pression from us and it was given as Ag't, BeaverDam. 'will beiftebtst and most attractive gin work again. lf Merrick. Miss Hennie Guenther returned stited above. C R. Martin, Sec'y, located on the C, 0. AS. W. Railroad! with superior mail and 'bus faciliin thhistory of the Company Hartford Com. Club. Sunday Jrom a visit to friends and ties from every point. It is strictly moral, with splendid Church and SunYou have heard the old story of Friday, August 17. 1894 of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ridge and relatives in Pleasant n fcitant child but-th- e A person is prematurely old when day School advantages. Board can be obtained at the very lowest rates. Jonah swallowing the whale V. Mills, of Kinderhook, died last dose Owensboro. baldness occurs before the forty-fift- h For Sale A COW. i long illness nearest to the repetition of that Sunday evening after a Misses Stella, Etta and Lillie year. Ue Hall's Hair Renewer to For further information address Prof. E. R. RAY, President; Miss DORA - tf Williams & bull. happened at Casebier & Burton's livnd was buried at Alexander Mon Thomas, Mary Cox, Edna Griffin and keep the scalp healthy and prevent E. GIBSON, Vice President, or the Board of Trustees. Send for Catalogue. ery stable yesterday morning, when day. Wednesday at Sul- baldness. a small half grown chicken came out Bessie Nail spent rC. R Martin, tne jewel Rcme 'R. P. Hocker, ChWn,) Springs. of the stable with a large mouse in its phur The Ohio counjr Fair opens Board of Trustees. J. P. McKinney, cr. does ill kinds of repairing on Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Mrs. E. M. Rhodes and children, ) F. O. Austin, Scpteorber 26. and continues mouth, it ran out into the street and Watch i, Clocks and Jewelry on short World. Pair Hlf heat Medal aad four daya.yVou should get ready at once began to peck and shake it, and Mrs. Wra. Phipps, of Louisville, notice Keller, District Trm.arc. to attendand bring your neignwr but alter a thorough test, the mouse spent a few days in Hartford visiting t. Knnnie Snalding, who Treasures of School Districts would was found to be too tough for it The friends and relatives. with y been spending sometime with her chicken immediately saw that Misses Rosa and Carrie Wcerner do well to call at the Rk publican Z H. Straits was sworn in as brave father, DA. W. Alexander, will move he could not get at him piece at a and Verda Duke, who have been vis sfltM anA cm rttir 11nntr tflv Superintendent of Schools last to Louisville shortly. She and her Co to try to take cou nty will book, made especially for their use. today and took charge of the office. time, so heiroceedcd stretched his iting friends in Daviess Mr. W. L Spalding genial husband. They are very convenient and sell He him all at once. .return home Sunday. U Is perfectly at home in his new willoccupya pretty nine uo-aneck, caught the poor unfortunate Mesdames Dorcas Addington, Hen cheip. and here's to his success. - f u nniltlerice DDrtlons o mouse's head in its mouth, and after ry Mem ana oneioy layior spent 1 thefcitv. Mrs. Spalding as well nRtVKR BAM. Correspondents must remember a few minutes haul labor succeeded family of Mr. The Baptist brcthern offered their husband is quite popular in Hart-- 1 that to Insure the insertion of their in his brave experiment. The chick- Wednesday with the her W. II. Taylor near town. church for the Union Sabbath School ford and aheland her bright children contributions they must in every case en is now ou exhibition at Casebier Mr. Harrison Austin, Beaver Dam, and Church services held byRev. greatly missed by our people. give their names One or turo comwill be & Burton's stable. was able to be in the city Monday. Teel, the School Hall being so disarmunications are left outthls week beglad to see ranged. Mr. Henry. M. Austin, a prominent Last Saturday about. 1 1 o'clock as His many friends were cause no name la given. and highly respected eitiren of him so far recovered. Kev. Arnold, Louisville, delivered Mr, Alex Barnett.of Thr Republican at his residenceln that place While Hon. T, J. Smith was out and Mr. I. E. McClure, of Beaver Mrs. E. Rice and daughter, and an interesting lecture Sunday night. I on July 20th. He was well known driving oa Saturday in his nice little Dam, were driving over to Hartford Misses Miriam Eads and Floy Craig, Mrs B I7. Keegan has beea quite here and and through the Western buggy he chanced to collide with the in coming to the little culvert beyond Greenville, visited the family of Dr. sick for the past few days. Mrs. jlart of the cot nty. He was the only well known vegetable cart Mr. Tom Suratte, Morgantown, the Williams farm the horse stepped J, S. Coleman last week. ttrother to Mr Dr. J. S. Coleman, of Tvro. The result was that one of upon a broken plank, which flew np spent Sunday in town. Messrs, W. C. Gray and J. S. Fit irMrfei And Mrs. MarvSkillern, of Mr. Smith'sbuggy wheel was smash- and struck it in the breast. This hugh wilt Miss Myre Butler returned to her attend the Normal DepartCJalhoon, the two living children. Mr. ed as though a cyclone had struck it. n home Sunday in Morgantown. frightened the horse and he became ment of the A. & M. college at 'a wife and five children Austin leaves Mr, A. I). Taylor will be here soon He turned around this fall and winter. An amateur theatrical performance unmanageable. t6 mourn his oss. son, Walter, to take his house formerly occupied for the benefit of tne new scnooi in the road and came near upsetting Mr. W. T. Tilford and The gentlemen jumped Cromwell, and Mr. E. D. Tilford, by Mr C. M. Taylor. The gayest! hayrlde of the season t birildlBS'will be gives by tne k no. the buggy. Mr. J. P. McKinney and family aft trying to stop the horse Beaver Dam, went to Sulphur Springs make-Engine- s, left last FridayevcforSulphurSpiingstjtcrary Society in tne acnooi nau ai out and in everyfineffour horse team. The Beaver Dam Aug. 25. The Society is Mr. Barnettwasdraggedsomedistance Wednesday on their bicycles return- spending the week in Rochester. driving a Mr. R. A. London, McHcnry, spent the horse did not ing yesterday. Cox, composed of bright and esergetic on the ground, but younjc pcopW wcrtj Missea Mary 'reached BeaverDam, Saturday and Sunday In town. Ella Cox, Caroline Barbour, Margaret young people and an interesting, pro stop until he Miss Dora E. Gibson leaves for Dr W. T McfCenney and family are where the buggy struck the stepping Beaver Dam next' week, where she Calloway, Emma fhun may be expected Barbour, Elisabeth satisfaspending the week in Rochester. loose from the blocks and was torn Hivcraft. Eva Morton, Bessie Morton will visit friends and will enter upon countv fair does more to ac The Mr. J. R, 0Bryan and family visitdamage being done Mrs. Lizzie Walker, Chaperon, and quaint the people with each other, to horse, but little her work as teacher in Beaver Dam ed his mother Sunday, Monday and ction-guaranteed. considering the long distance run Seminary Williams, John T. Mcaara. J. jH. the week following. engender a pirit of enthusiasm Tuesday. morbthan a mile. On the way the Moore, Henry B. Carson, Henry returned Miss Sallie Quisenbery 4fctfbng producers and to encourage all Mrs E. R. Ray'and baby returned parties and in each Dr. J. horse passed several Hardwick, Randall T. Collins, home Thursday from a visit to friends home Monday night from Indiana. county's interests than any other Duke, R D. Wal-k- the case he gave the road nnd dashed H. White, AlvaG. Daviess county. She was accomorganization. The Ohio County Fair A bad wreck occurred Tuesday wind, while the buggy in and Me B. Stevens. They ijliigina on September the 26, and con on like the panied by Miss Emma 'Crabtree, who evening just beyond Leitchfield. Acbehind. Saturday morning streamed out at 4 b'clock will spend a few days as her guest. tinues four fays. commodation No 2 and crew were . having hadja most jolly time, Their Ba Halt. calledoutto transfer passengers off wagon broke down oa the return trip . The Maaekc Lodge here is In quite The family of Mr. Joseph Shultz, Last Saturday the Beaver Dams and they hajd to borrow another wag- kiforosDcrous condition, both as re came over and deleated the Hartfords Prentis, held a family reunion on last No 7. Mr. J. H Nave and daughter, Miss Eg tou membership, and in a financial on and dlvWe the load. on the home grounds. The visiting Tuesday a week ago at his home in Besfie left Wednesday afew weeks ffky The nau is to oe greaiiy im of the best honor of his 94th anniversary of his Barnett, of the State proved. New weather boarding, three team was made up of some visit to relatives in Owensboro and C. Cot. players in the county from Taylor birth. He is one of our moat worthy Whltesville. Central Co nmittec, Chairman ofth new coats olpalat, new winaows, some Mines and elsewhere, and to cap the and most highly respected citizens (iSCORPORATBP) A moonlight picnic was given Fourth Co igressional District Cow work on the cupalo and the Hall pa thing off nicely, they played Henry and is hale and hearty. He has 182 night by Mrs. J. Will CoopQpened up District head D. 8. Duncan, Sec'y & Treas. mittee has J. S. SurrHPas't. pered are among the improvement the Hardwick, of this city. Cate, of Sulliving decenddnts. Five generations er all had an enjoabe evening. quarters ir The Republican building next few weeks will witness. phur Springs played with the home father, children, grandchildren greatMrs. F. O. Austin arid daughter and the ca npaign will be pushed vfg was borne to town team. It was a game of games, ami grandchildren and great great grand- will be at home Friday. The sad news dtoualy. Messrs. E. D. Guffy and favor children were in attendance at the re Beaver Dam played against the ol the County Com last week that Mrs. Sallie Berry, wid- resulted in a score of 47 to 32 in &. A. G union. Hartford club last Saturday. Beaver headquarters for the ow of the late Dr. W. J. Berry, had ofthaMftort wit open Vn-tte- e in Fort course, gained the victory The Equality nine went over and county lu hesawepffice. Whan the 44d on the (that her home Rey. Gus Dyer preached a very Dam, of completed White, Florida. She Was a sister to deraatecf the Llvemiore team on the able sermon at the work of 1 rrangement la Church Score 41 to 13 I I Methodise lit I b 0 D, Walker and leaven the same day by a large score, which wc The play mentioned in last issue I.I Wednesday night. the qnrte(w4H t qplta convenient Hon. E. l4 We have now will not be placed. fin kr an the writer In foUowiug children: Mrs ZelmaGreg-ry- f faUe4 to get. AtlMlUtV Unrtferi; Dr. Sam L. Berry, Ai l three short plays of about 40 minutes The Kinderhooks defeated the Na M'in(brnUinkWtheraitiin LeUch-fttld;nThe Halt ford House is 'especially each! Bills will be out in a tew days. ThonwkonQ.C )b H. be Fourth geeeeeoni toonn, Florida; Dr. J. M. Berry, Creeks at MrJno. C. Riley's meadow MfasMHWllsr-tctei-ttemii.) hietory prepared to entc tala boarding istu Berryr of Beaver by a score of 1 7, to xr. ATTYR. W. J. 1 -. " . .the RepnbMoeM have Distrlctv.l dents. It has Is ge well veatilaleU aAaIaI kAadnnnftaen Ones, , The bereaved family have the m o had rooms and good ire. cendoltnce of n wide circle of Or. Price's Ctmm Baktes; Pewaer Dr. Prkc'i Crtm Baking Powder and mde'partnreU'a very nice and ntnesre Mas. R. m Wrhdiho, Prop. and acqnainteneee. World's Mr rNgliest AwaWL FwrwUco, Award! OoU Mcdtl MUwtafer fak to aerrowinf ftiende proWr one. eminently Bar-net- Miss Isttbclle McIIcnry Ik .siting Lodge, No. I to, K, of friends in Rosinc, Koujh River Mr I T II. Katig.it. lloiton, called tu t lias three uppllc.iuts to be piovcd in Ihu aecond utile to ui u now night. see us yesterday. Miss Lena Carson is visiting friends The cine of Ab Chapman vs. the TrylorCoal Company was deeided in at Sulphur Springs Prof. McIIenry Rhnads, Ftnnlclnrt, favor ol the plaintiff with judgement was in town last Saturday. of one cent and cost. Miss Mary Nail has returned home Circuit Court has Ik en in session from a visit to McIIenry. 10 days and so iar only four jury Mr. Cal Fielden, Columbia, Tcnii., cases have been tried, although the was in town Wednesday, cost for juries is $48 per day. Messrs. Carl Benton and Pint DexMr. Dabney Gains, one of the most ter weie in the city Monday. highly respected citizens ol the counMiss Livia Wedding, Whitesvillc, ty, died at Pordsvillc on last Sunday, the 12th Inst., in the eighty second is visiting the family of Mr. J. S. R. Miss Bertia Roark, of Centertoivn, jearof his age. He was buried by the Masonic Fraternity Monday. is the guest of of Miss Susie Bowman. Mrs. E. D. Gufly and daughter, The new public well on Market St. Mercedes.are at Sulphur Springs this near the Bank has been sunk a depth of 33 It. but no vein of any consequence week. Miss Jessie Hcavrin, Louisville, is has been reached. It is expected that it will require a depth ol 40 feet visiting her brother, Mr. M. L. Ifeiv-rin- . before water in ample quantity is had. The welt Is badly needed. Mr E. D. Gully attended the at Sulphur Springs Sunday The Board of Town Trustees met on camp-meetin- Somo Much Noodod Hopalrf, Havo Put tho Buildup in Firet-olas- s Condi tiou. Flattering Prospects for tho Coming Sosslon. IHlHrTCIUI OIW'.NN A HUNT 27X11. Ssrsftparllls is carefully prepared by experienced pharmnclttl from Bir parllla, Dandelion, Man drake, DocktripaUiewaf Juniper Berrlei, and other wall known vegetable remedies. The Combination, Proportion and Process are Peculiar to Hoodi Sariaparllla, giving It strength and curatirs Peculiar to Itself, not by other medicines. Hood's n s v w"i""'".li,"'-!Tr- ? .'flfffr.1; OOD'S PEflNVROYAti FILLS. aro tho safest and best regulator for ladien; nothing uuplcaaant, and always cflco tiifll. Advice free, Packages $1 and Tin: OAroy Co., VI direct. 1 Dr Perry's Hollablo 11 4 1 ly Druggie!, Hoatoii, Ma as, CALL M(M 03ST Have you seen the College lately? If not you should do so at your earliest convenience. The friends ol the school will be highly gratified when ou Monday week, the 27th, they attend the exercise ol the Fifteenth Annual opening. Under the efficient control and supervision of the Board ol Trustees the buildings have been overhauled, repainted, papered and a new metal roof put on. By 110 means the least improvement is the putting in of several ventilators. The wood work and desks have been nicely varnished and the whole tone of the building has been changed. Space forbids the enumeration of all theiepairs, but suffice it to say that everybody ia p.oud of the College building in its new dress. Cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Bolls, Pimples and all other affections caused by Impure blood; Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Llrer Com- plaints. It is Not What we Say, but what Hood's Sarsaparllla Does, that Tells the Story Hood's Sarsaparllla r t. arsaparilla l jteitlor, ui Sin. OWENSIiORO, KY m The Leading Fkotograpkar. Pictures In Erery Stjli MfOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108 Main Street. 37m6 URES sffectiT J, L. Ciiraon, V H, Cnraoa Hood's Pitta are gsnUe, mild and J. L. Carson & Son, A N For Sale. SprillgS, g A house and lot at It C0NT1AGT01S ITEMS IN Dress Goods ITEMS I Ohio the liated Hotel. Good location and house in good re pair. For lurthe formation call: on or address j Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville eekly Commercial. Both papers one year for only $1.25, in vance. 1 -- I 1 ... frane8 piotel- Owensboro, Kentucky. ITEMS IN Standard Goods TA. "Ra.te Reasonable. Prop'r. I BEAVER DAVV best-judgme- nt , d. 26-2- Wed-nesda- y, t A GREAT WONDER! c A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY" MACHINE SHOP. ? We are now prepared to do all kinds ii 1 tf Iex-ingto- of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Reapers, Binders; etc.; also Gum and Ham mer Mill SawSjGrind Chilled Plow Points, a cr and Repair Pumps, thing needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are Yery respectfully, yours, -- j fr MM MilTT'lui mm QUAKER 1 w, c nr BAKING POWDER letfe! -i w .... I,, m l n-- .. ' vi pJ J5 - oi , V n .?., A - J$ u ja- i -- A .. !. iJ A '& '' JttimTLj.,.. Jhissfeue - if rvfc ry..,yk. nrmifljrsinigbT - f ;ur n rriiSBstTtfMi Trrrr. fcjC tSSSSSOsssfSSSSSBJ!'. jSSSS Ul r f in M J 1 mi', v;, ' materially Increased. COLLEGES Speaking of tho matter of ImportaKill DAY, AlKSUST 17t i894 Speaking of tho result of blowing fund that la required to carry on tho (INCORPORATKDJ tions and tho reduction in that line It , wool from Australia, South Amerl ta, 'expenses of tho government. ir And Shorthand Is Interesting to, observe that there has Tho srroit pn&rtlcnl nualnoM Training Why, Mr, Chairman, the men who Oollocro. Tim tlvn a nnnni r. to Imalne mid tuircoRA. Cntalninift frve. falling off Turkey and South Africa free Import make these statements, that their t THE been as strongly marked a FARMER SLAUGHTERED, Knot Hpmu'fu; 1'iiVt, .1. t Xlh, Bon'y, A da tors Hponcorlan Oo Metro At privileges, Mr. llurrows, in his speech att In arIn tho Importations of people tariff Jteduetlont Fnvorlnff I oreljrn ComLouisville, Ky Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. of January 0, 1894, gave the following states largely pay the charge, that their ticles of merchandise. The Immigra states bear tho burdens, and that thoy ju petitors. tion Into this country during tho year ' graphic picture: are in no sense beneficiaries from tho Tho senate has npproretl the nprl just about to end has been unusually "In the case of tho American wool pension expenditures of the govern I jultural schedule of the Wilson bill, us being nearly 100,000 less than igrower It is not within his power to munt nro nearly always men w ho como Cfuxjrteil by tho flnnneo committee; lhrht. TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAQEMEN7V4 lastycnr. A statement was recently reach the conditions, If such a step trom the stales that onco composud ; and tho American farmer has been mado by an officer at tho port of New 'was desirable, which would enable him I havo the eleven confederate states. n BOWLINQ GREENE SOUTHERN ruthlessly slaughtered by tho very bill York which indicated that tho number to successfully compete with tho I m which extends favors to tho trusts and of people coming Into this country m lands, a taken tho trouble to Investigate this producer. combines. rigorous climate, American wages and laattcr, and so far ns the record hIiowh, actualormal School. from abroad to Business College. Reducing all specific duties to an ad ly less than the seek homes was leav- the cost of transportation Offer an Ir- Kw'far as the facts can bo proven by ofu umber who are ficial reports, no ono of those states (TABLISHCD IN 10T0. "valorem basis. In order that compar- mako homes in other parts of resistible barrier to tho successful bontrlbutcH 11 single dollar to tho pen Prevents tho halrfmm ison may bo mado between speotflo ing to prosecution of this Industry in tho DOWLIHQ COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN BUSINESS GREEN NORMAL SCHOOL. Tho arrival of immigrants becoming Uiln, faded. I sUn payments of tho United Stntes. in which tho McKinley law the world. will bo a duties, ttriiy, ur ThearLntnuilneiTrainlnir?clttntoltheSnuth.l ttnslUh. Teachers'. Scientific, and CUulc more than United States under freo trade. Mr. Livingston What Is that propwiry, and - ICoure. KfiSSs?1 ad valorem duties which for tho year will bolittle abounds, and Muilcl Aft, and 'locution provided lelcjrraphy, Tjpe Hook Keeping "How can our flock masters contend a smaller numThis for. Low 2:lrcnei Writing, and rcnmamlilp Pupils can enter at I catalogue. rates of board and tuition, bend fur nro proportionately as numerous In tho 300,000. In any year slnco 187. Tho with Australia In an open market osition? 2 Its rich- tn) time, hend for catalogue. ber than Mr. Hepburn I say that, so fur ns of tho slaughWilson bill, tho extent tit'si. luxOIICRRT BROS rroprt. Bowling Green. Ky. Oourso doslrod. Address Immigrants sluco 1870 number about where 600,000,000 pounds of wool nro the record shows, bo far us the facts uriance, ter Is revealed. produced annually from flocks grazing 7,000,000. reaching In ono year almost and color can be proven by oflleial records, no On all animals including horses, to an year with on lands which aro rented for n penny 800,000; so that tho mules, cattle, hogs and sheep, heavy only COO.OOO people present abroad pre- an aero a year? Or with tho 400,000,000 one of tho old confederate states eon ' " from ncrloil of 1I011 fund. reductions In the tariff duties hao sents an unusual Incident in tlvo his- pounds of annual production In South tributes one dollar to the pen M life. It cures Itching humors, aud keep Mr. Mvlugston My state contributes been made. McKinley rates on horses tho scalp cool, moist, and healthy. America, where lauds are freo and the United ranged from HO to 03 per cent; Wilson tory of Immigration Into largely duo labor command's only 8 cents a day? Or four millions. probably A rates aro J0 per cent. McKinley States. This is Mr. Hepburn Not u nickel, us I will depression In .business, with KusslaA HM),O00,OOO pounds proI rates on eattlo ranged from 1J to CJ to tho general show SolJ by Drurctiti and ferf umen. ' which was quickly felt by those hav- duced with 15 cents dally labor? Or ltMin 3011 before get through. nsThat per cent; Wilson rates aro 'JO per cent. ing do un assumption o'i jourp.ut with South Africa, Turkey and Asia, with the bringing In of Immto Duties on sheep hao been reduced igrants. Toledo Made. where 10 cents a day is tho highest rec- foundeuas many of the other nssump slightly to 20 per cent., although wool tlons which from diy to ihivwe hear ompense awarded In this industry? Is admitted freo of duty by tho Wilson "Under freo trade these countries In this kail. Let us loo' tit tho facts, POLITICAL DRIFT. o bill. could put their wool down In our mar- Mr Chairman. What nro the en tiro tho Wilson reduction 2?A good many peoplo aro unhapIn breadstuff kets at a prlco less than the cost of contributions of that section of tho U equally pronounced. In tho caso of py nowadays by icason of their Inabilproduction here, and the consequence country to the revenues of the United and Is from 05 to 80 per to forget that they are democrats ity bailey, tho change would bo the complete destruction of States? Thero are three sources of fii malt, In tho InLouis cent., although barley St WM this great and growing industry 'In the revenue: tho customs taxes that Is tho fe"u(Vj' terest of tho maltsters, Is Increased GSTTho democratic party having United Stntes. This would be attendword gentlemen on tho other siilo like QUICKLY CUKKS from 3rt to 40, and manufactured bar-Icfailed ta carry out Its pledges the peo- ed with the sacrifice of 47.030,000 sheep, to use internal reeiiuo, and niisccl pearled or hulled, Is also Increased plo have decided to carry tho demolaucous reeetpu. Of tho Internal rev en'l & ervou Dobilily In which 2,000,000 farmers have Invest0 from 10 to 30. ltuclcwhcat Is reduced cratic party out Incidentally thej ed $100,000,000 In capital, and the abanenue, amounting to about 81iW,UO0,00J, etc, THE WORLD'S FAIR from 37 to 20 per cent; corn from 21 to will also bury it Chicago Tribune. Spisil EshiHlhn, Nr.r-;lt;:iextensive ranches with all the eleven confederate states contribdonment of 'Wwtniic9 VOW-J0; corn meal from 25 to 20; macaroni their valuable Improvements. H Is Idle ute less than &,OCO,000 all told. Of the omitlftvl. , lrrlcll mid IV mm tSTThe senate bill lllustrited: u&tifaAdkjbclj Committee, ulio teitcd tti from 39 to 20; oats from 30 to 20; oatI iter 8177,OOJ,OJ3 of customs revenue, the nontlj llrjntriiiifiiii; tlir to contend that with free wool this InDlsScnsIon. ricCormlck No. 4 Steel flower JY .Jtfflt WW AfS meal from 18 to 15. While tho moderr. He KltM Iitrruliitr .Nrrwms eoufcdciMta htat. contribute eleven dustry could survive. UlsUnlon. In the mil) rnrular rxptHltlfti 7U, ate protection of tho McKinley law on f1ejdirlals. In ley,nrollit Our farmers aro too Intelligent to 8U.W.O00, collected In all of their port. ietlus Ihr .tmlll Inn l oiilh mill ihr DlsUust products Is reduced, In . these northern n COURAGE OF MANHOOD; They have a larger numhjr of ports In be deceived, and they are already sell-lof llmolhy and clever, Mid. ln DisAffectlon. , tho caso of tho enormous duties on their iillicUl reprm "Tho DisHuptlon. their flocks or driving them to tho proportion than tlio other states, and lCrslurliiff lo t:nlr li!rl. The Financier. South Carolina and Louisiana, amountefficiency of the nmclnno is CSTSuggestton for democratic ticket slaughter pen In the hope of Riving yet of the S177,00J,U0J collected in nil KIihiiMmI !4llullrtl ur OtrM"rk ing to 112 per cent on the cleaned In 1800: than, under fair condition, l lien mill Uomrii something from the gencrnlwreelc the ports of this country this ports of r cent. Ordinary nvarly 70 article, tho reduction Is moderate and which Is 6ure to follow. I regret that the eleven confederate states eontrlb For President Dink Notts. Perfect Constitutional Powers. 'llrttiret for crtflnsry mower 84 per cent. Un leaves tho duty at utebut time and space forbid tho presentation Vice President Hlnky-DlnFor arc at least twenty pcunds ' cleaned rice is reduced from 04 to 41) Its extiaordlary curatine power Platform What's tho use? Chicago of protests In my hands, from thirty-fou- r higher In toisl draft, wilti m per cent, but manufactured rice Is Tribune. states and territories, agatustthe manifests itsclt nlmost immediately it Of the whole thirty millions of mis vtncicnc) of not aWioncr left unchanged. Hyo also Is left unconsummation of this atrocious out1 cellnnoous receipts, there are collected is taken. On this point the evidence cent., which letter Tciiru rood CSPTho anarchical utterances heard t through changed, doubtless tho rage. Yet this would probably fall now of tlioe who have taken it is unilorm machines hould tiHxclrd to whisky interest's influence, whllo ryo on every democratic stump during tho on deaf ears; but the Umj Is not far from the southern section of the coun- and rxccvd ThcMcCormlcLWtl e they can feel positive. They try less than two millions. o that, so last presidential campaign aro bearing Hour receives 0110 of tho tew Increases Hxhtcit draft, cud mct cfTec distant when they will hi heard. Tho far as the records show, that portion the effect ol every dose doing them from 5 to 20 per cent. Wheat is prac- - ' their legitimate fruit In tho acta df , gentleman from West Virginia Mr. . lite xrat cutlir trl rrdtirctL in of the country contributes less thnn good It is a powerful nerxe invigtlcally unchanged, but wheat flour is lawlessness and riot now prevalent Re- I Wilson, in his speech of yesterday, tHlKbnintlatitwurUct,fT so many different states. N. Y. 15,000,000 to the entire revenues of orating tonic, imparting its retdorn-th' -- J. t : i. reduced from 25 to 20 per cent In advocacy of free wool, summoned the United States. Now, how is that influence through the medium ul .W All dairy products aro cut butter . corder. I - to hta support a statement of a repreYou get nearly nine mil expended? the nervous sy, stem to evety oigan t2T Public Printer Hencdict disfrom 22 to 20 ner cent: cheese from 43 i Reapers and Mowers are built by the McCORMICK HARVESTING charged beven hundred and fifty repub sentative from tho state of Texas, to llonsof It in your sugar bounties; you and tissue in the bod v. It makesbut to 25; condensed milk from 34 to 23. '.fl'JACO, and are for salo wherever grain or grass Is grown. the effect that the industry of wool- - get over tbe million of It in pensions little difference whether the constituLikewise vogetables arc reduced-be- ans lican employes 01 mo Kuveriiuicu growing can be carried on as cheaply paid In your section, and vou iret more tional vigor has betn undermined by from 05 to 41 per cent; prepared printing office, and loud w ere the in that state as anywhere on pease, beans and mushrooms from 40 plaudits over his "economy." Now and that freo wool would not therlobo; than five millions to meet 'the deficit J acute disease, overwork or certain therefore In the postal service, for your section , or wheth mischievous indiscretion to 30; hay from 43 to 20; honey from 45 that he Is putting In seven hundred bo Injurious to tho fiockmasters of to 20; hops from 30 to 20; onions from and fifty hungry democrats, thcro Is that state. Against this assertion I of tho country contributes fle mil er tlie broken uown condition isculleu never a word said by the claque. Tolions less to the postal revenues of tho by one name or other, so long as 51 to 20; pease, both dried and split, aro Interpose a remonstrance fifty feet United btates than Is expended thero ledo llladc. slightly Increased; but potatoes are rethere is nervous exhaustion, general long from in the postal service. Here, then, In or local weakness yo long as enervatSTTho democratic party has reached ing eleven the citizens of Texas, lubearduced from 53 to 30; linseed and flaxconhundred signatures, three items ulone, you get three tion and debility are the thoe I seed from 23 to 10; all vegetables not a point where It has no further regard demnation of the policy of free wool. tyje of the --TO SEE THB- millions more from the treasury than for decency. Tho time for repudiation Let this be your answer unrolling especially provided for from 45 to 80. tho you pay Into It; so thnt.ou do not niltvent, this is the remedy. of bargains, Infamous or otherwise, has Wool of all grades, in another schediTW--- : contribute ono cent to the pension THOSE WHO SUPPER ule, Is placed upon the free list In passed. The sugar trust has that or- remonstrance." 'still another schedule the duty on flax ganisation by the throat, from Its HERESY OF THE DEMOCRATS. fund of the Uultcd Stntes, and It U from the lcsults of over mental or president down, and It will not loose Disastrous Consequence of Tlnclng Wool noni'uf your buslsess I wiy with all Is cut in two. duo deference, what we do with our phvs'eil exertion, hardshp,exposure, on the Free List. The duty on grapes lsleft practically Its grip until It gets what It wants. hidden drains, caprice, or who have unchanged, but plums are reduced Cleveland Leader. Is that own money. The democratic contention brought upon themselves a series of from 44 to 30 per cent; raisins from 53 tSSTThe secret of prosperity is plenty with wool on the freo list we would afflictions by ignorantly or willully Cot or Democratic llulr. to 30; apples from 34 to 20; dried ap- of work at good wages. That was have cheaper woolen clothing. If this The wealth of tho United States, ex- violating nature's laws, will find in ples from 42 to 20; live poultry from S3 what caused the unprecedented mate- were true it mtghl bo worth rial progress of the country during the eren though it should clusive of Alaska, as shown by thu Caton's Vitai.ii:h ami Nkuvk TonMXo 20; dressed poultry from 54 to 20; last census, aggregates &3,0a17.0lJ!, 100, ic the remedy for their certain relief dandelion root from 40 to 30; vinegar ascendency of the republican party, ruin our sheep Industry. from 27 to 20. and any experiment of a contrary kind The whole hlstoiy of the doctrine which is more than that of any other It speedily removes all evidences of Taking tho entire agricultural schedIssuro to end In disappointment and and the practical effect of the doctrine nation In tho world, tho nest highest progressive physical deterioration, with a little lu and restores the enfeebled energies to ule tho reduction of duties averages misfortune no matter how cheap Itmay of protection afford conclusive answers being Oreat from 33.3J per cent to 22.33 per cent make things of common necessity, St to this heresy. And the very fact that excess of n,OOT,000 000. These figures their natural vigor. Those reductions aro not in the InLouis all kinds of woolen clothing arc to day are presented for tho purpose of call-inWHENEVER 1HEREI3 attention to the fact that very terest of American farmers but rather CSTThe reductions of duties in the infinitely cheaper In this country than of their rivals and competitors prin- agricultural schedule are of serious they were prior to the levying of tho much speculation of Into has occurred any weakness of the vital organs.ncr-ousuescipally In Canada and also in Austraprostration of the phsical imporrnot only to farmers but to farm McKinley tariff on wool In Ts90 ought. uit'i reference to the absolute truth lia and other distant parts of tho laborers. They mean Increased Im- In and of Itself, to he a Mifllctc.nt fulness of the foregoing- statement. or mental energies,confusion of ideas, world It is not claimed that the portations of the products of foreign answer to this argument. Hut the Some of thoe who have been skeptical lack of self confidence, trrttabilit) of American farmers are not competent farms and lower prices for American real answer Is to bo found In the In relation to this $05,000,000,000, ask temper, melancholy, cowardice.wenk-nes- s " what it consists of, who to produce all these articles which farm products, lower wages for Amerilogical economic deduction which uhirelt of the kueis and b.uk, palpitahave been enumerated In bufllclcnt can farm laborers and lower profits for must inevitably follow and which In- are Its owners, and various other ijues-tieution of the heart, dragging pt.injn discrediting the fact of such the loins, headache, irritation of the Mipply to meet tho American demand; American farmers. Albany Journal. variably does follow In tho walce of a that they do not sell their products in tSTThe party In power charges the policy which Mibordlnates tho great wealth existing. Then: Is one propokidne s and bladder milky urine, open competition with each other; national deficit upon past mismanagewool industry of this country to that sition, honecr. tluit thu peoplo need that they are organized In trusts or ment of republicans, liut how about of tho foreign producers, of wool, uot worry oyer so far as the present pernicious and hidden wastes, resultof combines to impose upon consumers. the impending deficit of $500,000 In whether In Australia, the Argentine and tho future nro couceruel. This ing in a failure of the mental and Indeed, tho leading difficulty which Texas, where tho republicans are a republic, the South Sea Islands, or aggregate sum of 6T"t,OJO,000,090 Is not physical powers, constituting an im being added to at pivsent. It will not pediment to success and unfitting him the farmers have experienced In their sort of fourth dimension? Nothing but elsewhere. be in excess of this sum lu the near or her for the duties and responsibiltreatment at tho hands of tho tariff a positive genius for nongovernment Dcstrovi practically the sheep Inities ol life, it is the rcme ly for exsmashers is that they aro not organ- could have put this state of great redustry of this country, ns must Inevit- future. Kroin March 4, 180.1 to March He will nivo you MONEY by Dining from HIM. Will ized Into trusts or combines. Lacking sources Into such a hole. St Louts ably be the caso by placing wool on 4, ue may ery justly deduct cellence. A single packngc uill le sufficient organization and unable to ojter inthe free list, and wo aro at once, or at SU000,000,000. the result of ono year of sell you a Ihi(,'gy, llanicw, Lnp Duslcraml Wlii Ironi fCO 00 ducements of the kind held out by the least lu a comparatively short space of democratic rule In this country. If to inaugurate the work ot regeneraC2TThe policy of tho Cleveland adtion, and cure in many cates. Hut sugar, whisky, lead and tobacco ministration towards Central America time, placed at tho mercy of the pro- the remaining three years of Cleveup to 75.00. The Davi Carringo Company ling tlio reputatrusts, they reecho no favor at the lacks all the pluck and statesmanship ducers of foreign wool. Then, Instead land administration prove to bo of stobborn cases 1 ften require more It s will be sent, postpaid, secured from hands of tho tariff smashers, but are that were exhibited under President of Importing three hundred million the same kind and character tion ol building the best Hnggy for the uinnc) of any Factory ruthlessly exposed to Increased compeHarrison. Harrison plainly told the pounds of wool, ns now, wo would be of the entire uealth of the nation will ouservation, for $1 per package, or 6 tition with their foreign competitors Cngllsh government in his message, compelled to Import double that havo ben wasted, leaving the country packages for $5. Address all orders to in Cincinnati. who 'have tho advantage of cheaper and through tho minister, that the amount to meet our demand for con in bankruptcy. CATON MED. CO., 'ik"' farm labor. Tho reductions of duties United States would permit no Euro- sumption. Ilostou, Mn.ss. In the agricultural (schedule aro of pean jurisdiction on tho American Is It not apparent to every IntelliGTStrikel strikel strike out tho en serious Import not only to farmers but continent; that It would look to Nica gent mind that so soon ns this stato of acting cluusc of the Wilson bill and a to farm laborers. things Is accomplished the prlco of jubilee of praise and thanksgiving will They mean In- ragua alono to settle all questions re.VTKX.II.K creased Importations of tho products garding Mosquito territory. Instead foreign wool, oven In the absence of atretch from California, across tho con- MHJIHVII.I.K.Nr. I.i DIN M.l, 11. bCHEDUU; IM KFKhri of foreign farms and lower prices for of sustaining this position Cleveland the formation of a foreign tru$tt will be tinent, and ten millions of aulous American farm products, lower wages has carried his Hawaiian theory Into advanced to a figure largely beyond hearts will leap with Joy at the gloil-ouDnlljr. WESTIKU'MI. Ifcllj. for American farm laborers and low- - Central America, and permitted the that now paid for American wobl prospect of a return of Industry 7.lfi. m. 6 2A p.m. .T. LouImrillA eicd profits for American farmers. And who, further, does not know or and prosperity. .. 8 II a. rn. 7."2n p. tn. Went Point.. Mosquito chief restored to power unAlbany Journal, 9.17 . rn. P. "7 p. m. Urnndf riurg der the direct agency of tho English rcallzo that then, thcro being n 9 4 Irvlngum ,m. 137 p.m. government Jt Is a notable American check of homo production, the AmeriTo Be Buried with Htm, DEMOCRATIC DEFICIENCY. 10.2.1 . in. ft.il p. in. rplien'pnrt surrender, and tho end Is not yet can market will bo under tho absolute Clomport ........ ....t..... 10 44 n.m. 8 46 p. rn control of tho Importers, of tho'few Kevenuc rail In 1; Off rnormounlr This reached. Chicago Inter Ocean. Probably tho oldest innu In Mndi AND- -- ..,..... 11 II n. m. 10 lu p. rn. Hawest illo men who control tho foreign flocks, son county, Ky lives In the I3i etr. HWn.m. lo.ll p. rn m. When tho figures aro footed up on and the result will be tho formation of a Hill neighborhood. SMALL BUSINESS. He drs noi ... U. Id p. in. Hill p. m. OwrnMro.....M. June 30 and thu fiscal year of 18934 great foreign wool trust by which thv 1.04 p. m. tt& p. m. Hpotionllr Democrat lo Turtle In tho Handling of prlce'of wool will bo largely advanced, know his exact nge, but from the V has ended its record will bo a most unl:JAp. m. 1i2o. m Pensions Mutter. usual and paluful one. Tho receipts and then not only the American man recollections of old rcsldcnter.-- In tr. No. 62, No.M, Not long slnco tho Dayton (O.) Jourof the government will bo found to be ufacturcr, but the muss of tho Amerl- - that neighborhood hols not fur from Dsiij EKST.llOL'ND. Illy. nearly or quite 875,000,000 below Its nal, published an article of special incan people who wear woolen clothes one.hundred and twenty yean old. rn, 3; 16p. rn 7dA .r. Hnirvn actual and necessary expenditures, the terest to the veterans of this country. will feel the fearful consequences 67 Ho id a white man, with Spotmrillf 7.37 ft. in, 3J7p. m Importations nearly or quite gJOO.OOO,-00- 0 It was to the effect that Commissioner free trade in wool? and 6 27 it. m. 4 p. rn, Owf ui'orn. less thau in tho preceding year, of Pensions Lochren, In the pursuit of liut this Is not nil This Is onlya Cherokee Indian,proud of tho Indian 9 09 a. m. 6 i& p. m as If ho were twt port. his methods of administering that of- part of tho dreadful results of such an blood ho Is as and tho exhortations more thau V.33a. rn. Iliiwfimllr acre. below high water murk. In tho fice, had employed tho democratic economic policy, THU largo excess ln the owner of broad blue-gras- s A 67 p. m -- .. 10 01 a. m. Clove rport mutter of government receipts there postmasters of the country as spies wool Import would annually dfaU' His name is Jehu Vaughn, father of a. m. 0.19 p, m. 6tphfiipor: has been something of a falling off in upon pensioners. our country of more thun sixty milHoB William Vaughn, the Madison couna. rn, 7.03 p. m, IrvlnKlon This article has been extensively re- dollars in gold for wool and woole'S ty skeleton, who was with llarnurri Internal revenue, but tho loss is large11.20 a. rn, t'Jl p. m. Hrandenifiirg ly In tho matter of custom receipts. published throughout the country, am goods, and when this lamentable state for year. Mr. Vaughn M p. m, 8 0.1 p. tn, VVt Point hasn't ft The Importations of merchandise, as yet has not been denied cither in of affairs in our . commercial niS oi'dei'S .. 1 00 p, m, 9 OA p, in. r. Louisville tooth in his head, but never suffered congress or by tho commissioner him economic relations Miaft be wrouJhi which in tho prccedlngyearweretSOO,-000,00He saved Cualni N'o. 61 and .No. 62 make connection a will this year bo about 8000,. self. It Is known to bo a fact that out under tho policy involved In the ono pang of toothache. rtington (Sunday excepted) with train 011 Louli-lllmember of congress and others In pending bill, while it will bear hcavi all his teeth, and guards them with 000,000. Harlinftbunr A Wetem H, Jt., rati and Washington have direct and positive ly on all classes throughout the whola as jealous care as does tho miser his This will bring tho Importations down to a lower figure than In uny evidence of the facts stated in the country, it will bo tho people, the gold, and wants them buried with "lit bound. For further Information, addref a II. C, MORI)UK,Ocn.IVr Wt. manufacturers, tho producers as wefi him. Richmond (Ky.) Pantngr&ph. fiscal car hlneo 16S0. Indeed there article. Hartford. Kentucky I,onlvi)le, Ky It seems small business for tho corn as the consumers of our country wh hao been but two fiscal jcars since 1881 In which tho Importations have mlssloner of pensions, and equally will suffer. It will bo n death blow to tho woolen manufacturing Industries. been us light as this jear which Is small work for even a democratic postI about to end, A part of this falling master, to spy upon each of the vet- It will lucre iso tho price of wool em clothing to our peoplo. It w 111 destroy off is due to tho general depression in erans whose malt Is received at his ofPark Obesity Pills will reduce youi ami take from our peoplo one source business, tho unwillingness of people fice, and to advise whether in his opin..TT .,I. 5m4G&2. to expend a dollar for anything they ion they nro entitled to tho pension of cheap, nutritious fool. It will do' weight PERMANENTLY from IS . SBSSERTf K51J fftTrh kK2-.troy and break down various other to 15 pounds a month. NO Starving do not absolutely need, and It thus which they receive. Thero are suprv'kL'fiLJTtill'tUT el 4 m muu! Industries of different hinds depend-w- t comes mora apparent that this counposed to bo medical examining boards, sickness or injury; NO Publicity 0.1 the Mierp industry. try Is capable of producing nearly ev- lis well ns other legal methods, to ini erything that Its people do need If they vestigate nil such cases.' Instead of They build up tbe health and beauti WHO PAVS THE PENSIONS? only choso to patronize homo Industhat, however, It seems that every man fy the complexion Jenving noWKINK tries. It Is a remarkable fact that tho who has a democratic commission as Ute That Contribute Most to the Na- LES ni flabbineu. STOUT ABOO Importation of articles which come in postmaster Is supposed to havo n medtion's hipenset, freo of jluty Ijas only fallen off 15 per ical and judicial qualification hufllclont Mr. Ilankhead, of Alabama, In a MENS and difficult breathing purch tpeech delivered March 23, WJJ, de- relieved. NO EXPERIMENT bui cent, while tho falling off In articles to enable him to pass upon tho. physu 00 which thcro Is u tariff duty Is fully ical condition of any pensioner in the clared on the floor of the house, that a scientific and positive relief, adopted 35 per cent, orfenoro than double that United Stntes. It Is high thno this of the SHO.OOO.OOO appropriated for pen- only after years of expejienco. All matter was ventilated In congress and sions that year Alabama paid over goods. of the orders supplied direct from our of Of tho dutiable urticles Imported mis moiiiod of spying vigorously exof this sum. In auswer to thU (ice. Price $2.00 per package 01 posed. statement, I ask tho reader to careful three during tho year, only 10 per cent, were packages or 85 00 by mni .1' ly note what Hon. William P. Hepburn, raw materials" for uso In manufacTariff DcUy. turing, whllo oyer 50 per cent were of Iowa, said on March ft, 1804, touch- poatpaid. Testimonials and partial ftf lars (eraled) 2 cents. Do sensible men anywhere believe ing this question, In public debate manufactured articles ready for corn in All correspondence strictly confl humptlon. Under tho freo list 23 per that tho democrat want to hurry tho the house of representatives: Ma Chairman: rhe gentleman from dential. cent were raw materials for uso In tariff bill to completion, when it is manufacturing, and only 3 per cent affording them such great opportuniVermont (Mr. Grout), In a speech of PARK REMEDY CO., ' Articles of manufacture ready for use. ties for making fortunes? The private very great Interest and value and that & Boston, Mass. itecrctary of a senator tald, a few days exhibited great care In its preparation, A largo proportion of tho articles Im porfud freo of duty was food and live ago, that the senator whom ho repretook the position that the present ad nnimals, thlscluss aggregating 04 per sented had cleared one million dollars ministration wa hostile to a fair and by bpeculatlng lu sugar and whisky ju&t administration of the cent ht tho foreign productions Im slnco pension tho bill came to the senate. It laws. Immediately ho was assailed ported under tho freo list ' is an easy matter to shift tho condifrom the other side of the house, and a , Mora money has gone abroad for tions of the bill so us to chungo the number of gentlemen kayo seen fi't ifi mi gar than for any othcrMnglo article. Tho amount of money which the peo- price of stocks oii exchange In Nojv since that tlme,to disparage hto state We are manufacturers ofBiigflrss, ments and to attempt to'overthrow his ple of the United States send abroad York, thereby enabling tho manipulaip.,mddj)? merj.r OMf4irM9M.fP.rfM for Migar Is ftomethlng enormous, und tors hero to have the advantage of argument They have had much tt the consumer, thus saving himthepsr qMLruini(y In advance of all oiherk In tho present year will foot up to over aay about tho unequal bearlng.of tho J ?--- a kH i! I Wo need not expect tho tariff bill to MV i 8125,000,000, eacceding by about onable, and we guarantee satisfaction; pension laws upon certain sections of tho amount expended for this be brought ton final conclusion until the union. You would aupposo from CURES MOTHBWMT PILES, article last year. This show that tho tlioe speculatively inclined have some of their speeches that all of the cutting down In the L mount of money made au the money thoy wftj r contributions to the pension fund came "3' 8URK andCirtTAIN OUDK front abioad for foreign productions through fear of exposure com hided to from the south, and that all the bene-flknown for ttymrm Mthe BCOT :rHffs ttt Ih In the line of luxuries closo tho matter up has been mostly of the extended pension roll acOwensbiro, Ky. RKMKDYtrOlt PILES. and articles not absolutely needed) for Dr. Prke'i Cr &&! crued to the northern part of the re Pew4r CO. STT.WtI3. NMMlbUCSilllN thajraluaofjbft Importations WrM0 Fair rHft P4l ami IMflaau. ftkUfc QnUm& tffeojay that tjaj 44 lloolc-Keepln- Hartford llopiiblicati J trv i .r i.t rSAVlut . Above luuldtfiuu, ueeu mrgojy reaucea, atifrar alotio ha been white that for l '!... .!" sasggjgrgagsaa I' "Vti fc. v ,wte WortL' AM UMUM I kg&sx 4 WiS& certainly hot familiar wllit inB Best Dressing Lh Ri Hin k a8&vu; m . . v PEftfCERIAN lllilHESS AYER'S HAIR VIGOR for-Iclg- High-price- d I i KPF --. tfa Miort-han- J Ayer's Hair Vigor, S! SENSE FEW & m Qaton's Globe-Democr- Tel late & fewic m rf y, 1 !' ltl I'tit'i-nHtil- 1 SU-WoO- wwf'i '&&Ai. J n,'.;risy I e I ZHpt& a . fc I Z BDTLEft, AG'T, FORDSVILLR Come to Hartford U3. xx&fQ serious-consideratio- Globe-Democr- at jj s, 1 s, .SPRING OPENING OF 09 C. L. Field's car Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. Ulobe-Dcmocr- four-fifth- It So come and judge for yourself. s NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE wiivvf ih i iivv Yti hrfiii Ahv one-quart- 1 3100,-000,0- ONE YEAR to 0, Address" all HARTFOltl) UKPUUL1CAN, FATPEOPLE tmM9. 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