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IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL . i DISTRICT, XSLlxx3..1 free. Subscrlbo at once, stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and one year In Advanco and we will send you The Louisville Weekly Commorclal one' year Will show how yoli THIS TAG Vll. FOR STOLEN SKIN. An Irishman Wants $25,000 for HIdo a Fronchman Is Woarinn;. A Doctor's Kiperltnant at Nk In 4 rafting la LlaMa to He KtHnslv for tho Nan Frunrlscu A IV- Cltr cullar IJkWiult. HAETEORD, KY., FEIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1894. hignly Us if fioH. According to his own figures Mlchael'values each of tho no ven lost at rips at 3,571. 13. True, ho has new skin in its place, but the old nkin was brought with him from Ireland. San Francisco Kxamlucr. j . Accessory for tho, Tea Tabic. A Ntrlklnjr NO. 4. PROFESSIONAL CARD. IVORY i DENEFITS OF RECIPROCITY. Kxnmpln of Its VMovt Upon ' rurolgii Trade. Highest of all ia Leavening Tower. ' 50AP C THi pnocTin PURE a oamblk U ftyfP - ciictl FOR CLOTHES. oo- SUMMER 9 ANYWHERE 1 EVERYWHERE! EXCURSION TICKETS ...o..i. v. CfiesapeaKe.Ofjlo&Siuifiweslcn RAILROAD. To the Springs and Monnttlnt of Virginia To the Lakes and Woods of tho North, To the Seashore and the Ocean, TO ALIi THE PROMINENT IN RESORTS T1IL UNITED STATES AND CANADA Aft HhLL AS TO TUB Pleasant Spots near Home: GRAYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famous ft their Soda I, Healthful, and Athaul&Kts. JCOCAI, SUNDAY cunomk are on sale between all stations wtlhlu a fifty mllr and WKKK KND TICKETS will be aold to Louisville, Memphis, and I'aducau, from points fa She vicinity of those cities Kates, schedule and all Information regarding a trip in ouy direction will I furnished on application to ouy ngeut of the EXCURSION TICKETS Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. and any oue requiring txwks, pamphlets or any adrcttUIng matter, UcftcribluR any particular resort or icsorU.cau procure same by writing to any of the following ; J. T. DONOVAN, I'M. M Tkkct Aft , X, tUlHCAll, HOWARD JOLLY, PturKilKM Aft, T.U. LYNCH. W.i. McBRIDE. Tra U.t I I Afl, Afi UillttlU.E,KT. tOllSTILUt,KT, C.J. CRAMMER. Ami Unher, Mnmiif,ii, rt irI LUl)ILU, AY, CoHroi? (rii. LnuU Southwestern Ky.) TO Belt Route Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE mm Willi tlimtifsli Car Service from T8 No uliune tl Cn n to pro-pcroiiH Michael McGowau values seven strips of his epidermis (width 1 inches, length 8 Inches), ut $25,000, nnd ho will ask tho superior court of San Francisco to sco that he is reimbursed In that sum for his loss of it. Michael lost his skin while u patient at the city and county bos pital. He did not know he was going to loso it till he invoke from tin anrcsthetln sleep and found it koiio. Physically Michael's pain was not reat when he awoko from the influence of the ether and found seven patches of raw flesh where there had been a whole bido, but when Dr. Barrett Informed him that those strips of skin had been used to fill a hldo-les- s t(ap on tho fuceof a Frenchman, iHehael's wrath was great. Jean Forrest was tho beneileiary of the operation, and all might have gone well In this International grafting operation hud not tho ludicrous side of the utTalr presented itself so strongly to Jean that one day, as tho two men lay near each other In tho hospital ward, tho Frenchman turned his patched faco toward the Irishman's couch, and, with us much of an Ironical smile us tho healing patchwork would permit, tauntingly remarked: 'Tvo never been so eloe to an Irishman before." 'The Swede In the next bed Is nearer to you than I am," returned Michael. "Hut I've got your skin on my faee,'buid Jean. 'Thnt makes me part Iribh, don't It?" "You'll boa Dutchman when I get out of this bed. I'll tear that skin of mine off your faco us soon as I get well, I will," suld Michael And when tho other patients in the convalescing ward begun to laugh at the man who had been robbed of his skin to patch u stranger's face, wrath Increased. This occurred last March, shortly after tho grafting operation was performed, and Michael's anger ngahist tho Frenchmau bus bud time to cool. Fresh skin has grown over these seven spots on Michael's right thigh, yet all his anger has not faded. lie valued his skin, and though he no longer boars 111 will toward the man whose (ace Is patched with it, ho means to do all ho can to discourage the infant industry of skin stealing, and to gain some redress for tho "great mental und physical pain" he suys ho suiTcred in consequenceof 'Dr. Barrett's experiment in international grafting. And so Michael McGowan has employed Attorney II. K. Mitchell to prosecuto his claim against the city tand county of San Francisco for thoso seven strips of stolen hide, fllze 11x8 inches each. In the novel Sugar hclssorsl Strong and not unllko a nut cracker In uppenruuee is this new upixrfutincut for tho "five o'clock." The handles are silver and tho chased sugar canes und leaves form a lovely decoration, but the blades arc necessarily clumsy. They cut loaf sugar into uny sized cubes desired, uud arc not only a novelty but a convenience. N. Y. Advertiser. No Chances. "Madam," said Meandering Mike, "I'm terrible hungry." ' "Poor man!" exclaimed the pathetic housewife. sym- "I wanted to ask you of "30 have any work thet I could do?" "Why, yes; I couldgivoyou something to do." "Much obliged. I just asked for information' and lie moved along toward tho next houss. Washington Star. lUd Dispersal of Shex A book has been written by II. W. Kcw ou Hie dispersal of shells. Tho observations aro naturally made by accident, and Darwin has recorded several cases. Mr. Kcw obscivcd a number of fresh water mussels (Anodon) carried by a whirlwind and falling with tho ruin. Canon Tristram found tho eggs of some mollusk, probably Succinea, uttuched to the foot of a passing mullurd shot by him in tho Suharu, u hundred miles from water. A few instances aro on record in which birds on the wing have been shot with blvahes adhering to their toes. A water beetle (Dytiscus) 1ms twice been captured with u small bivulvo (Sphccrium) attached to its legs; another specimen was caught with Ancylus attached to its wing-case- . Several other aquatic Insects have often been found with inollusca attached to them, though they weio not actually caught on the wing. Land shells do not seem to be thus carried about, though some livo snails (Hells) wero found in u wood pigeon threo days after it had been shot, and un operoulute'd land snail which had caught the foot of a bumblebee was dragged along by il. N. Y. Independent A iK'UHMTHtS BRAINLESS I..HXIC V.X PARTY. till' KJcillt'Il tltf J Ptl l'rlnrlpltv uf It vns Oil INTEttMEDlTE POINTS. Two Daily Tj ains Cnrring through Coaches ami Traveling lh Pullman Sleeper. finest farming, grazing anil timber lands. Ami reaching the mont towns ami cities in the complaint that will bo filed In u day or two Michael McGowan recites that San Francisco is a municipal corporation; that us such it is owner and proprietor of tho hospital where seven pieces of his skin were stolen; tained for tho relief of the indigent, Infirm and diseased, and that oa tho 24th day of last October he was admitted for treatment for an ulcer on his right unkle. Then ho alleges that in March last, while under tho influence of an unusthctlc, administered ostensibly for tho purposo of operating on tho ulcer, and without tho knowledge or consent of tho patient, tho physicians "then and thcro did cut and mutilate his body by cutting from tho right thigh largo quantities of his skin, which wero used in grafting fresh skin oa other persons." Some of tho cuticlu cut from Michael's thigh was grafted ou a patient, who has slnco joined tho great majority. Michael gallantly makes no mention of this in his complaint, and says now If his mutilation had ended there Ids wholo life would not have been .embittered to tho extent of $23,000. But when It camo to stealing tho skin of a Celt to patch tho wound of a Latin, and never so much as "by your lcavo," this was more than Michael could stand. The eleventh count In Mr. complaint reads: "That pa-Itie- that tho hospitul was und Is main- Great Southwest. Ycildinp all tho ceiculs, corn and nhundant-cotton, and especially adapted to tho cultivation ol small Iruits ami early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. during alnnst the excellent pasturage entire year, and comparatively close to tho great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almo6t inexhaustible foreMs ol yellow pine, cypress and tho hard v,ood common to Aikan&as and Eastern 'i ex ad. Can be procured on reasonable and advantageous terms. FARMING LANDS. for two protictloidbt purtlcs ut the The democratic party baine time. must liuvo iliscovcrod llili beforo It framod uud udoptcd the Chlcngu d and by ;uIous devices, miiiij of them nut partlculaily toputnVle, made their opposition to l rotectlon win In IbOJ. No sooner, howorer, had tlioy e undertaken to put their theories Into practice than they found nearly tho uholo country arrayed Mil Idly ngalnst them. The very fe.ir of what they mltf lit do en titetl a puralysls of domestic iiuiustrv. a' withdrawal of capital, and a Mirlukae. In the demand for labor accompanied, neees-aarllby a reduction In nnyvs. Then tho democratic party grew frightened at the demon It had Involved nud fled for refugo to the fortress of protection. Hut Instead of Knocking at the gate and demanding entrance, it climbed over the walls nud sneaked through the wickets, and uen when Iiiilde denied that It had asked shelter of pro tccttou and asserted that It Mill adhered to tho banner of what it called tarltf reform. Vo ore Mrongly In favor of education, hut we main tain that eongrcbi Is staves-menot tho. place to teach would-btho elementary principles ot statesmanship. Some Httlo knowledge of everyday affairs, some little, power of reasoning, aotno modicum of com- mon sense Is necessary In eougicbf The proper place for this party of Imbecility Is tho lower grades of tho public schools. They need tomo little foundation of brains before they attempt to handle serious questions. Sun IVanclsco Argonaut. . free-trade n Is becoming very evident, if there uver any doubt about It. that thcru is not room In tho Putted Stutew htutmaulilw DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN FUNDS. Facta Ilrouglit Out In the Tainiuarix In During tho consideration of the tariff bill In the senate u few weeks Ufo It was charged that the hiv;ar trust had contributed largely to tho democratic campaign fund In 1802. PlguieH havo recently been furnished by tho Now York democratic newspapers, and authenticated by the Lcxow committee, which wairaut tho statement thut a democratic campaign fund 1ms been usually raised by other methods than that of personal contribution. The following llgures aro authenticated by at least live of tho leading Xew Yoik papers as tho Hum raised In one year from the following sources: rrom disorderly houses... JS.IMCOQ ftlKtlon. All line connect wllli nml linveilcW Cotton Belt Route Afk your nearest Ticket Ageut for maps, timo tables, etc., and write to any ot tho following lor all inform a turn yon may desire concerning the trip to tho Great Southwest. elHii miletlnlhe plaintiff by reason of tho wrongful and disfigured for life; that siuco said operation ho has been depressed In mind and weak physically, and over slnco has suffered, and still does suffer, great mental and bodily acts aforesaid, has bcon mutilated R. 1'. G.MATTHEWS. Dle't Puss. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. pain." Of course it is possible that a lury may not value Michaels skip us From saloons 1 rom ffuciblliKf bouses Irom merchants nud pedrilera From new member 0! tho police force, , i.fcoooo uumxjO Max) 00 000 Making a croud total of .910.15,000 E. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. Tkl. Agt., St. Louis, J. A. EDSON, Gen'l Supt., Texarkaua, & Mo. T, n ill All llako got. CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? prompt inswer and an booert opinion, writ to a- - fill.. hn tiAva had narlYUtT raars? m iiporisnoo in the patent boalMM. OomtoiMte. IntionasutotlyoonlklentlaJ. A formation eoooemiD Polenta and sow to obtain them aant f re Also a catakifM Ol Minim leal and aotentlflo bnoka aanl Op. Mtttff I'Kiema uiqi a through Mann sci ai notion r I Ua Helentlfeo AMrlea, a4 tons are brgiwht wldaly befgra tha MbtlewUa-o- ut ooat to toe inventor. Tali salenatd jaapan. lutmd waaUt. alarattlT Illustrated, haa br nr tha i.rir.t ffirfttiiitlan of nnrssdanti&a work fen ana sentfref, . world. 3 a rear. BaoiPj a vear. inrta jjmiaina; namon. woniu eoirfes.wioema, JDveri muawr oontains beau plates, in colors, ana Pfiotoarrapns or nev tiful hoosaa-wlt-a plans, enabling builders the P COPYRIGHTS. ... These figures will In n largo measure explain matters to those who have been skeptical with reference to the TIIEUtTS A SHOCK uso of money In the elections In Now BaSnV usual York olty, by which Tammany conBTKtem, with the there1! weakness Emr and caused by It. tinues Its power, uud all efforts to do ISO.!, Uow can you expect any lasting throne it havo been futile. In when so Much was expected from the beneut from sucn uungs r SB fSJ Tna nearest to Nature's own city of Now York in sustaining Tain ,m way ia with Dr. Pierce's Plena- - many against the arbitrary candidacy ant Pellots. In every derange- of O rover Cleveland, It was thought ment of the liver, stomach and bowels-H-ick and Bilious Head- that a break would be made, but hero Indigesis seen tho silent force which must aches, ConsUpatlon, they bind together Tumiuany and tho can tion, Bilious AtUcks pernio-nnpromptly relieve and cure. No disturbance. dldate of tho democratic party, no Bo'rriplnr, no reaction afterward. They matter what tho conditions may bo. regulate the system perfectly one tiny, Tammany was not In a condition o aunr-coatePellet Is a gentle laxative or repudiate anything. Those who read corrective three for a cathartic. in tho futuro of democratic campaign They're the smallest, the easiest to take an4 tha eAsqjxW pul you can buy, for they're funds have only to seek an opportuul futranUtd to give satisfaction or your ty to read tho full reports made by You pay only for the the committee above referred to, motiey Is returned. good you get uuy us raiinyie oesuerm, r ivu vnvay into. which no doubt will soon appear in book form for tho edification of the Hiethinft! else that days them better win probably be offered as "Just as good." Per- - studentof American political economy, , for you. Imps it u, for them ; but it can't Dr, Price's Cream Baking Powder J. Too well known to need lengthy advertlsa Remedy, 60 cent. World's Pair Wg hct Modal and Diploma. SBBBBBBJ . mz - (i d mother to have you remember it Will practice their profession in ell after all these years. Sometimes you the courts of Ohio and adjoining countraded your piece of pie for Sally's ties, nnd court of Appeals. I1Y J. L. lllTKIlOUK. Special doughnut, or, if you wero a boy und attention given to criminal practice The cures nud burdens of man- you were over f6nd of Sally, you and collections. hood, the tho strug- gave her your pie without asking for gling for tho unattainable, the tho doughnut In return. And there striving for place and position, the was pretty nuro.to bo a Sally or ft vexations und sorrows of Hfo all Juno or Eliza Ellen of whom you these things may have made you for- were particularly fond at a very getful of many things that contrib- early age and to whom you addressed uted to your happiness when you such rhymes as: HARTFORD, KY. were a boy, but It is safo to say that "Tho roso U red, the violet tlu, ' Will practice his profession Sugar's sweet, end so ere you." 3'ou hayc not forgotten tho little old in Ohio Kchoolhouse up on tho hill or down These rhymes were written on and adjoining counties, and court of In the valley, or out on the plain. your slntoaijd surreptitiously handed Appeals. Special attention given to It often stands out before your to Sally during school hours. Some collections. Office east side of public with startling distinctness, and times she blushed, sometimes sho square. you can see It best with closed eyes, giggled, and sometimes your slate You can see the walk of cinders and came back, with "Shame on you!" M. U IlKAVHIN. SHKI.BY TAYtOR. ashob leading from the door out to written under your couplet. Dime HEAVRIN & TAYLOR. the road. You can see the very wereraro wlth'ou, but If v6u htkd desk at which you used to sit a ono it was usually applied to' ttiit clumsy wooden affair of rough pine purchase of pcppcrnilnt candy heartfl. boards, perhaps. Or there may not and you were a great; favorite while HARTFORD, KY. have been auy desks at all only they lasted. Sometimes the whole Wil,pjactice.thier profession in all long settees or benches, while your dime was spent for a single big sugar the Courts of Ohio and adjoining books were" put on the floor beneath 'heart that found its way Into Sally'a counties, and in the Court ot ApBut you pocket and that she may have kept peals. Hpecial attention given to or on the window-sill- . were never any happier in your until this day. collections. Oflice, In County Attor.' life than you were in thoso days The visit of the committeeman neys office, in Court House. wheu you took your llttlo tin dinner was always an event of consequence, pall, with its pie and doughnut and particularly, to the teacher, who al, Perry Westerfield, sausage couteuts; und trudged away ways wanted 'you to appear at your mile or more In all kinds of best, being aware of which sortie of i weather to that little old the pupils often appeared at their worst, and all of you "showed off" B5AVEkDam, Kyi You were not so very happy, per- either 10 the teacher's delight or distwo, when may. haps, the first term or B.D.RINOo' you had to sit all day on oue of tho The committeeman never failed E.D.GUWT. -high settees with your feet dangling to havo a proper appreciation ot hie UII3r 5C KiXLEO. Hvq or six inches from the floor. own importance. Sometimes ho afAnd twice a day you and a half a fected to kriowa good many things dozeu other littlo towheads of your that he did not know, His own early Will practice in nil courts of Ohio tender years gathered around the education having been eypn more deteacher's knee to acquire knowledge fective than your own. But It was aud adjoining counties, Superior after this fashion: not the nature nor the duty of the Court and Court of Appeals, all legal business attend-e- d committeeman to admit that there to. Office 329 E. Market St, was anything he did not know. ' Special recitations were' conducted for his benefit and ho was invariably B R. WEDDING, A little later on you read lu your asked to address the school, and he first reader how "tho lark was up to invariably did so after the pupils had meet tho sun' and how dogs did put away their books and folded their Hartford, Ky. "delight to bark and light," but how arms. . Will.DrJlCticft.hu. tluUinnds of Jittlo boys .and girls Honvo-ffkUa4nrnfaMinJU-- j tlfcly 4UJ were not made "to scratch each tho presidency of the United1 States the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. other's eyes." was wlthlu the scope of their future' Do you remember the pictures in attainments, while the girls were thoc old readers? Tho girls were bade to keen In mind the fact that usually named June or Ann or Ruth, the distinction of being the wives 01 and they always had on pantalets future presidents intgtil corfre to fATTORUPV AT ' and littlo shoulder capes and sethem. UA verely plain skirts, while their hats Sometimes the school sacg "On ? and bonnets Were even a little" more Llndeu when the sun, was; low" or Hartford, Ky. hideous than those worn In the year "Llgljlly powIor the pkafure of j of out' Lord eighteen hundred and trie committeeman, ana tne orair WILL practfee his nrofeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining ninety-fouThe littlo boys alwaya speakers of tho school thrilled hi id s reai chlng wlth reclttlons of "Spartacus to'the counties, and Court of Appeals. Specanueared in just to tho band qt their baggy Giadlatofcs" and the "Polish Boy." ial attention given to collections. .'Office over Carson & Co. Knickerbockers were Ovcrpowerlng-antrousers, awesome as the never seen in thoso otd readers. presence df'tKe committeeman, waa Jane's mamma always appeared in a It yet happened that tie sometime dress with threofiouncesandablack left the dcnoolroorri 'with a Vag or a silk mantilla. handkerchief pinned to his coat tall Ynu remember tho ' literary exer Woe to tho boy who pinned IV there-i-f 1 ' ..mi3TT tint cises" on Friday afternoons. It ' ' HHiital Purposes. the teacher found him out," Thu Canadian parliament han bcu was not uncommon for that oldi If tho teacher happened' to ba convulsed with tho question of protectimo classic, "Mary has a littlo a young some of the largo boya'asplred duties, almost eqti.il to that of the lamb," to bo spoken six times on a tive to tho distinction of; bcaulng her nat'onul oonresboi thu United States. single Friday afternoon. "Twinkle, home from the singing and spelling Vcr,y truly luive tho friends of protecand the story school held In the old schoolhouse Star" tion In Cnnudu &ald: "It should not Twinkle, Littlo of tho little dog that wagged his If sho happened to be unwise enough be forgotten by our electors of Canada that when tho liberal pal ly nslc them tall whenever he wns fed wero also to accept such an escort he became There wero little an object of, much rldlculo to tha very popular. to abandon protection to homo they nro asking them to do a dialogues In which you desired to bo other pupils aa tho "teacher' thing which tho people of every other a bird or a butterfly, but In tho end -- ...country lu tho world, with the bliurle you realized the folly of such wishes beau." HARTFORD, JCI?NTyCKY. Tho playground was a scene of CNCcptlon of (Ireut Britain, havo re- nud desired to bo an angel. When much merriment In fine weather. Is prepared to do any and all kinds fined to do." Mr John McDonald Itl quoted an hav- - j you were older you recited "Blugen Tho boys playedt'hlnnyiV Prices most '.buiMu- - of Dental Operations. hit; said, upon a certain occibhm: on tho Rhine," "Rlenzl to tho Bo; " and two. reasonable. Office, over Williams & 'The American farmer raises hU ono mans' and "The Seminole's Reply." three or oven four k,old cat' ! Bcll'a prug Store; hundred bushels of barley and btarts You remember how thoy used to girls and smaller boy played1 'black ( V " ' for his market and received ono bun"pass tho water" at school, and how man, "jjondon wiage;" dled dollars. The Canadian fanner you and ono of tho other boys used "Sally WaUra't and ' raises Ids ono hundred bushels, of barto beg permission to go nnd got a "Ktng William was King JatW ley and starts for tho American mar pall of water during school hours. Son." The Jorger boys .could oftea', Icet and In met by tho government officer to whom ho must pay (if teen You never had any desire to get It be induced to engage lu the hut beforo ho can put it upon the at recess time or during the noon ' market, where ho receives his one hun- hour. There may havo been wells gamo because, after they had 'looked dred dollars, so thut bo returns homo nearer but you usually went to some to the east and looked to the west to you love best" with onlj' eighty-dydollars, having away for the choose tho one that left tho other Uf teen dollars w ith tho farmhouse about a mllo carried it there was part of tho game in which American custom house ufllccrs." Pro water. You generally they and the object of t their oboloa; tection compels Canada to pay back to the schoolhouso on a stick were told that tribute to tho United States. thrust under tho ball and with 'each "Down on this carpet jou tnuat knwl What Is said In tho foregoing aptly boy grasping an end of tho stick. JU jure ta Uu utu (rows la the field, illustrates tho worklngH and methods Sometimes the water would, bo mys4 kUa br aw Ml; Salut your t"ld of protection throughout tho world. And rlao And aua4 upon your foot." teriously spilled at the very door of OVER RED FRONT The people of tho United Stato nro Punishment was ofto inflicted pa OFFICE of now beginning to realize the truth of tho bchoollrouse and you would, Is prepared to do all kinds of punish- this practical method of raising reve- course, havo to go back for another rcfractory'puplls, tfui these Dental work at reasonable prices. nue, hlnco the wholo country lias beer nail. Accidents of this kind were merits were hot always cruel or seThe girls were 'sometime thrown luto a panic for nearly two very apt to occur on days when it vere. 3 eui'3 by the promised change in tho was plcasanter to do out 01 tnonouBe made to sit with the boys, .which bill now beforo congress. usually resulted In tearful shame on than In. Having finally got tho pall of water the part of the culprit, and great TIrrd. Weill, Servou, tho fachoolhouso some one,would pleasure on tho part of the rest of Means impure blood, and overwork into PER MONTH at once bpg tho privilege qt passing the school. Tho boy were someor too much strain on brain nnd body. tho water. With tho pail In one times made to stand before the III Own The only way to cure is to feed the hand and a dipper or gourd In the school with a clothes-pifastened to capiand nde easilyyour honorably, without man, -nerves on pure blood. Thousands of other that would hold two or threo their noses. spare hours. Any tal, during Tho'tcachlug was of a kind thai1 woman. bojtorglrl can cjo tho work hand-llpeople certify that the best blood pu- pints, some one would go up and vuliout experience. Talking un rifier, the best nerve tonic nnd down tho aisle. Very few wan ted to would no doubt call forth the soora necessary. Nothlug like It for pour back Into tho pall what was and contempt of the teachers of to workers stiength builder is Hood's Sursapa as a great day. It was, it must be admitted, always prosptrw Jfo, time wasted In rilla What it has done for otheis it left. It was regarded learning the business. We teach you lu breach of etlquqtto to fall to offer a unscientific and entirely out of bar will also do for you Hood's Cures, a night how to succeed from the first dipper of water to auy visitor w,ho mouy with ouVnuftern irnethods. Incan make a trial without cxt hour. offering it deed, it was so far removed from pepae toYou Hood's Pills cure constipation by might bp present beforo yourself. Wo start you, furnish everything needed to carry on the restoring peristal ic action of the ali- to thu pupils. Falling to do this tho these methods that such thing a and guarantee you tSUfcesafuUy, teacher was apt, to Inquire where "grade" and ''courses and mentary canal. against failure if you bu$ follow oof were utterly unknown. your "manners" were. liuple, plain Instructions, Reader, If Tho noon hour' was a dear dellftht'. Wo learnecr to read and spell and you are In need of ready money nd is un antidote U r Aers Ague Cure want, to know all about the best paying You remember how you used to cipher after. a, fashion tho Instrucyour send mahria nnd nil inplariai would-oa- ll woefully business Wforo'tho public, you usdocu draw the benches Up around the big, tors of address, and we will uiall whether generated by swamp or few- rusty old box stovo and eat your crude and' latuftclent. Tbtwwere aacut giving you all the particular. er. Neither qulnlrc, nrhcnic, nor lunches amu) unoeaslug oamcrjng no, examinations, no claa1 promoTHUS. A CO., Box 4O0, any other injurious drug enters into: and lauL'himr and joking. Vlw tions, apd no nverstudy, but the fact ho crisp, brpwn remain tjar raany Ware cheeked apples,, of this remedy. rflen, asu? compos-ltfos '"twister' dougliuutd, the women, who count for mot In, the ranted to cure feverjind ague, hm . and who have, at- that mine front thoso tin dinner America of i9laiSMM to feel talncd the highest degree of aucces pallsf Your wife ought udt ourd at homo wlUV children1 that want bundlnfc j NeedlDSfctoaic oulplm.Bookofpar hurt or offended becuuso ypu still jn Hfe know no cducatloa but that 0! licuurs wni IlltOWN1 I HON 1IITTKRS. M.WUOLLnYl.U, remember how good mother's cook- - the little country schoolhoue. De- It ! plewaiu to take, cure Malaria, Ipdlge .wn fifMA9a ta vhuv MKi If BIWB&UI to trt,jt Freo Press. Uuu. mut MlliHivhcu. All dealers kwp It. nu was. It is a great4 pleasure 1 Tho reciprocity cIuunoh of tho bill aro tho direct result of Mr. Hlutuo'hluKl&tuuce when that lijtl uni under consideration. Wo nlf remember tho famous Incident where Mr. llluluo, In emphusislng hln opinion on this subject, utterly ruined hi hat. It is a great pity that there are not some patriotic democrats who could nfford to sacrifice u tile or two uow (hut tho s bill U under consideration. Let us seu whut thu result of this provision 1ms been In our trade to Cuba. Tho arrangement wfts concluded and went partially Into effoct September 1, 1MU, but did not have full elTect In all Its parts until July 1, lbW. The iujstton to bo answer..! It: lluvo tho educed duties conceded tons In Cuba, by Spain, enabled our to' find an farmers and manufacture Increased market In that ccount r fcr thulr products?" In the cougrcsslonul record, ft" a go 4SUJ, of April !i5, 1804. ii Ulihlv of 11101 o than eight lines showing our total exports to Cuba, for tho Ifecal 3 ours ending June :10, ISO I and lH'.M. It Will be noted that the reciprocity clauses wero not In opcintlou at all in thu llrst jeur and had only begun to lune full effect the llrst day of the second year. Let us take a few of the principal at tides in the order of their amounts to see If two facts cannot be demonstrated. rirst, That the trade has markedly, notably, greatly Increased. Second: Thut this Increase has been of as great benefit to the farmer In nffoullng un Increased market for their products as to thu manufacturers In furnishing an Increased market for theirs. Thu Hrst articlo Is lard. In the first year wo sent In tho secoud year $4,0"ja,U17, an incieaso of "more than 100 per cent. The second item on the list Is wheat Hour uud, while this a manufactured produe t, no one will deny that so grcnt an increase in tho exports of w heat llour must of necessity Increase tho demand fir the wheat from which It Is produced. In the first year 5301,880; in tho second 3 eur, $2,021,537, un Increase of morn than 400 per cent. Wo would not require many such Items as thut to show tho value of reciprocity. The third in tho list is machinery, which increased from 1,317,233 to more than 100 per cent. Thu fourth is wire, which Increased from 3713,203 to 81,001,071, inoro than 100 per cent.; tho fifth boards, deals and planks, from ?O04,8S0 to $1,038,000; sixth, coal, from $0SJ,2a3 to $5117,218; seventh, hams, from $234,453 to $701, 03J; eighth, corn, which increased fiom 8120,137 to $382,050, or nearly 500 per cent. It will be noted that the two which havo shown tho gre itest Increase, wheat Hour, over 400, and corn, nearly ' 600, nro the direct products of tho farm. The ninth item Is bacon, which increased from $.J51,t3 to $,"550,717; tenth, potatoes, from 31G8.S51 to $554,- 1K1, more than 300 per cent. . Without going' through lITe'rAilro list the foregoing Is suiUcieut to show by a most striking oxumplo tho effect of reciprocity. In these few articles, In one country. Wo said In eifect to Spain: "(ilve us favorable duties on our principal products in your market, or wo will retaliate on tho product of your country." Tho immediate and lsiblo efteoty aro teen in un Increase from ,100 to 500 per cent. In farmers products, and about 200 per cent. In many manufactured products. Then, too, this Is only a beginning; there nro other countries In which wo have done ns well, und there aro many additional articles, tho product of tho farm nnd of tho workshop, whoso exports cab bo fc tered by reciprocity. BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. A llcllnble bouno uf Itotnmu for Ocnern 1 Wllson-Voorhee- RoYal J2&& THE OLD SCIIOOLHOUSE. money-gettin- Lacspy'fJRfpprt Wr ii u ' BaKing Powder J OWUNStlOKO, KY. Will practice bis profession in Duviess and adjoining counties. Special at tention jjiven to collections. Office, Bank of t'onunerce Building, JAS,N.4Unn, LAWYER, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. -. ABSOUTELY PURE GLENN & WEDDING. (Office, over Anderson- J.8.R. Wethllus;. Bsxur.) ITTOBiy JT 0 vis-Io- n attorneys at LaA7 il school-hous- e. Attorney at Law. fttorneys fgt ifaw, .and I t Attorney at Law, ll V W.'H. BARNES iUV.IHtf wn TIflft r. round-about- J.R. RIRTLE Indus-trie- DENTIST 1 3. I thu-np- h "anta-over- " '"ring-around.a'ro- mum dot-lar- st e " DENTIST. j 120 DOLLARS Locality n Your busl-ne- w "our-ilculu- , to-da- y r. ot-th- turn-over- .iDbli.4.MtMaln , to-da- y fc UIHLMhT rau, . . i.ikari -- m$&, .0 Hartford Republican PUI1M81IKI) KVKItV FRIDAY MORNING . Jolly and Attorney Allen Dcane, of Owensboro, were in town last week on busincssconucctcd with the Beard and Beeler law suit The Brcckcnridge County Teachers Institute convenes here this week. It will be conducted by Prof, Logan, of s .Republican Tickot. Q Clovcrport. Andrew Driskill, the , BEAVKR MAX i Election, Nov. 6. ' Rev. Cosebier filled his, regular aj- - new Superintendent, took charge of For Congress John V. Lewis, of pointment here Saturday and Sun his office August 13. He is a ReWashington county. publican and succeeds Mr. Jim Miller, For Appellate Judge B. I.D. Gufly. who is a Democrat. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. Mr. John Metcalfe, who has been For Sheriff Col. P. Keown. Mr. Allen Stitli, formerly a student very sick with typhoid fever for sevJ For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. in the Brcckcnridge Normal School For County Attorney K. P. Neal. eral weeks, is' gradually improving. at this place, arrived here last week For Assessor N. C. Daniel,1 Miss Mabel Sweat better. to visit friends and attend the InstiFor Jailer John W. Black. Those stiUoD tho sick list are Mrs, tute. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. Perry Westerfield, Mr. H. D. Hunt For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. The Hardinsbnrg colored baseball Hon. G. W. tho nock contains crude petroleum. Friday, August 24, 1894. It has long been contended that Ohio.pounty is rich in oilnndlhatbo-t?id- e Doniocratlo Ticket. our abundant coal and iron ro 11 vtivsTY Jimu k. wealth wo are living in tho midst of We are authorized to announce unopened oil wells that only await IS. T, Williams j tho touch of industry to break forth As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, into riches. This now find is direct r as- - Ijron the lino survoyed for tho L, St. November 6, 1894. Wc arc authorized to announce L. & T. Railroad from Fordsville, ' John M. I,i;acii aud in case the fiud proves of worth As the Democratic nominee for' the as it will do it properly worked the office of Assessor of Ohio county. St, Louis & Texas will only be too Klection, November 6, 1894. glad to build the extension. JO. B. ROdKHN, Editor And Proprietor. was really oil, which had ecaped through croviccH opened by tho blast. Several specimens wcro brought to town, and there can be no doubt that ' BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Itohlii ktootl JUo Nome IJimhI IIIiiIn lo Itrpiiltllrnii mid Write the Arnn from hi county. IlARDiNsnuRO, Ky., Aug. ai, '94. Attorneys N. McMercerand Maurice Kskridge were in Louisville business last week. Mr. was also in Shephenlsville aftertheintercstof the bank on legal Kskridge looking of liar-dinsbur- g. r.hip'shod manner. The gentlemen '.vlio IihVc been honored with noinlna Mods in the couuty should remember that they have a great responsibility resting upon them. It is their duty to bring victory to Repuplican principles in November, That is the reason they were given the nominations. If they do not work to that end they deserve to be beaten, What we want is a Republican victory. This is no time to flirt with our friends the enemy or to dabble with outside issues. Any candidate who resorts to such means betrays his Uust. With a good working organization and a strong fight for Republican principles, Republicanism can win in this county. That means that every man on the ticket will be elected if he be personally responsible aud if he has the entile confidence of the patty. If, however, any man obtains the nomination of the Republican party for any office, and is not fully competent to fill the same, or if his personal character be bad, Republicans should not, and good Republicans will notvoteforhim, Komx Hood, l WATERMELON I. lis! MUSIC. tVhti ntli 1'n In l.titc tin ul,i 11 1 1 Inn IWllinscU ho Ohio county this year aud ran up into the twenties mid thirties. Hero it is: 22 tuyj in favor oi tho linrtfords. I'lHSr NINK VH QUslIlTIZllhy IlKPOUT' OK TIMC .1 (Jvl lulu llio Uraiij . I'mltnm! Tlllt HKCUNII NINK. l'n-li- . II.M team went over to Lei tch field last 2 tf Williams & Bi;ll. week, and as predicted in our last Program letter, won a victory. The score was Of the Fordsville Teacher' AssociaHardinsburg; 51 Leitchfield; 14, be ThcBrandenburg colored team came tion, to held at Fordsville Friday, September 15th, 1894, nt 9 o'clock over here last Saturday and were a. m. defeated. They could not Devotional exercise Rev, Ashcrait, Our new school teacher, Miss N, play ball a little bit. The score was Music, May Friend, Jeflcrsonville, Ind., as follows: Brandenburg, 55 Hanlins Welcome Address J, B. Vickers. burg, 47. r made her appearance in our little Response I. D Ilocker. Mr. T, Graham Kskridge, of the town Monday. She is quite an amiais expected that the county cam It Methods of opening and closing McHcnry Coal Company, Louisville, Miss Johnson and Lee B, Mills. paign will open about the middle of ble young lady. Miss Mairaeo" Barnard, Louisville, Ky., came home last Saturday and is Recitation Miss Mary Miller. September. now in the hands of his friends. is spending this week here. Recess, Mrs. G. P. Jolly, Mrs, W. J. Pig-ge- tt Tug Hon. John W. Lewis is canMrs. B. F. Rugan went to Padu Teachers Preparation- - A, G. Teel and Miss Margaret Smith, all of vassing the eastern counties of the cah Monday to spend a few days. whom have been sick of malarial and Miss Annie Allen District and everywhere is greeted Mrs, J. H. Nave and daughter. PunislimcntsWallaceKosson,Cnrl fever, are now convalescent. with largo and enthusiastic audiences. Miss Bessie, returned home Tuesday Soper and Missjett. A disastrous wreck occurred on the Noon, night'from a week's visit to relatives L. H. & W. R. R. last Friday, just Tin: Fordsville country was blessed Song. in Owensboro and Whitesville. above Harned Station. A part of the with a good rain Sunday evening. We Hygeine-- Dr. K W. Ford. Dr. W. T. McKenney is in Butler flange in a drive wheel broke and the do not envy them but merely wish Whnt T.ilfrntnr ivn alimil1 en ?ti county this week. engine jumped the track. The rails our schools-Mto be treated likewise and that forthAdelia Clifton. .u . .1 Mrs. J, RO'Brjran, son, daughter, . A... 4 Art a an. 4a Uft, ,u .i uuaiucia- - , pr:marv iss w.. m. with. work and management and Misses Sadie and Nettie Austin ble distance. At one place a peiccof I J ,T n it er. feet long TnmE is to be a big barbecue at spent Tuesday and Wednesday in steel about three and Use of school apparatus-D- . F. P. was shaved off and curled up just Stum aud at Pad u cab. Upton, Hardin county, II, Godsey. Quite a number from here attended like a shaving from a carpenters which the Hon. John W. Lewis will Recess. speak. Judge Montgomery is also the camp meeting at Sulphur Springs plane. When the engine left the tack Duties of Trustees and Patrons-Pet- ty Ira the engineer shut off steam and Sunday. expected. and J. J. Keown. Miss'Bessio Hocker, South Carroll- - jumped off. He was not hurt. The Select ReadingMiss Wilson. Bit, J. D. Clardv, of Christian ton, is spending the week with friends fireman, Mr. Wick Dellaven, of Should our Association meet on Cloverport, was not so successful. He Friday county, was nominated for Congress and relatives here. or Saturday? J, W. Petty and was preparing to make a leap, but W. from the Second District in the DemThe School Benefit to be given by J. Day. was caught between the tender and ocratic Convention at Owensboro last the R. E. G's nt the School Hall y All teachers are requested to be cab. He was badly bruised and present and patrons Thursday, and trustees are night promises to be quite in shaken up. Uuless internally injured cordially invited to attend teresting. he will recover from his injuries. The If the idiotic parasites of the Dem Ida Smith, Mr. R. P. Hocker and wife attend- passengers were uninjured. The press who are so greatly exer-ocratic Makv Millkr, ed the marriage of Prof. O. M. after plunging head on into a cisiug themselves over Judge Gufly's F. P. SYum, Shults to Miss Katie Coombes Wed bank, came to a stand still. It was candidacy, only knew half that ablo Committee, ncsday. Hocker & Co. made them a shaken up. Jerry Tilford was conold gentleman has forgotten, how the set. 0 1'ItKl.li. present of a beautiful water ductor of the train. size of their hats would increase. Aug. 22. Owing to tho thought Mr. Jesse Harned, Caneyvillc, was The Leader at this place is responin town Saturday. On last Monday Mr. Jehu B. "Wilsible for the statement that W, X, tho farmers have not much of a corn Beaver Dam Club played against Beauchamp, of Edmonson county, has crop and scarcely any tobacco. A son was granted license to practice law. Mr. Wilson is one of Ohio Horton' Saturday, aud were defeated announced himself as a candidate for large number from No Creek attendthe Legislature just one year and ed the camp meeting and report it county's brightest and most, promising by only a few scores. before the election. If it is true pleasant time. Mr. Jo. McKenney, Taylor Mines, The untiring energy and young men. Mr. Hezzie Ward who has been on as stated that Mr. Beauchamp is an industry that have characterized him spent Sunday in town. announced randidatp. he is surely a the aick lint for Mime, time is improvMlfW Dora R Oilwm, TTorilorJ, tlirouch life will win him .abundant Republicans now are ing. came out Tuesday to instruct the Republican. success in his chosen field. simply "freezing" for office. It is not Airs. T, II. Carson U no better a! young folks with their plays. In n recent issue the Courier Journ Mr. Hiram Maddox has opened up altogether the want of office, howev- this writing. er, that brings out that earnest desire al gave vent to the following juicy a grocery store on Main Street. Miss Lcola Ward visited her sister, to serve the people that is now ex Mrs. Uclle Ward, last week. wad: Mrs, J. W. Cooper has a very bad One thing alone has the appearance hand, caused by the bite of a spider. pressed so fervidly by Republicans. Mrs. Katie Ward and daughter, Patriotism prompts them to aspire Ircna, visited of being certain, and that is, that the friends and relatives n Mr. F. O. Austin and wifo spent and the fires men now in public life on the Demoof patriotism are set No Creek last week. of Sunday in the country. cratic side eeern wholly incapable burning in a large measure by the Miss Nina Bennett visited Mhs Mr.-D- . dealing adequately with the monster J. Coleman is in Louts-- : thought of the pie to be distributed Cora Felix last week, of protection and that until we pet a ville in '96, when the administration new pet of Paladdins,tho castle of RobMrs. Mary Lindicy and children Miss Teeuie Hayes, Rochester, is in changes hands. The fertile green ber Barons, girt nround by the moats Attye. town. pastures of Federal patronage appear visited her mother, Mrs. KHen Bar-ne- tt and dikes of corruption, is eafe against last week. enchanting to the view of Republicthe assaults of an army, led by noouN Nothing tttrnnffe. The quarterly meeting will conan politicians. They desire to feed les and streaked with treason. Intelligent people, who realize the Hartford vs. Boavor Dam, Kids, Hartford's water supply Is grnvvin, important part the blood holds in therein where Democrats now thrive vene at No Creek Saturday and SunBost Game. is callshort and if the dry weather MiouiJ Tun attention of our readers nnd wax fat, and if Republicans suc- day. keeping the body in a normal condicontinue another mouth we'll Just ed to the letter of Deparimeut Corn tion, find nothing strange in the ceed in '96 it will be then as it has Fob Mr. S. T. Barnett Mill goes to go- The past week has been oneof live- simply have to queucli our. thirst nt rhander, Dan O'Riley, of Leitchfield, number of diseases Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a been of late years, that scheming Hopkins county and I hope he will bo ly interest in base ball circles, through- the River, giving nil needed information regard-- , is able to cure. So many troub- politicians looking after interest of greatly benefited by going, out the southern part of the couuty, excursion lates to the National G. A, les result from impure blood, the best self and self aims, and who falsely Mr. J. B. Ward and wife vwitcd at least. j-' R. Encampment at Pittsburg in Sept- way to treat them is through the profess to have the greatest patriot Mrs Martha Ward last week. I1HAYISK AM VS. IIOKTON. r should be well blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla vitalizes ism, will get the many offices While ember. Ohio county Miss Ora Harriett attended the asThe Beaver Dam club went up and Which became a nun of corruption, spread so the bone and sinex of the party the sociation reprefiented by a number of old sol- the bl6od. at Daviess county last week. played the Ilortons on the hitter's tint It pot Into our )lttlo bo.i cci. tho sort men who vote from principle, and diers and citizens who should make it Miss Bertie Ward and Air. Berry ground last Saturday and n lively Hood's Pills are the best after-dinnconscientiously, will be content that a special point to work for Louisville Rial visited Mies Ada Porter hut game with an exciting finish was the pills, assist digestion, prevent their party won, seemingly indifferas the place lor the Encampment in constipation, result. The Beaver Dams were with-ou- t ent to the fact that we are getting to week. m m several of theirstrongcstiuen nnd Mrs Mary Hicks and children have the point where honest Christian BKIIA. returned homo after visiting .their thus played at a disadvantage, in every Several of our citizens attended gentlemen, accomplished The cause of delay in the Senate The score at the close ol the ninth respect, nrc ignored and cast aside. parents on No Creek. nnd House to pass the tar id bill is be church' nt Hartford Tuesday night. inning was 28 to 28, In the tenth Kev. E, L. Carsou and family are lieved by many to have been to give the 'Henry Godshaw went to Owensbo In many instances the places to Horton made four scores and thegame wjiich they are by rights entitled, visiting relatives on No Cicck. Sugar Trust a chance to import an ro Tuesday. wms theirs 32 to 28, 'means so much more than are filled by the More when it happen. of the counyou imagine serious and James Calloway has swapped farms try. enormous amount of Sugar free of HAKTI'OUns' VS IlttAYKK DAM, I will close wishing Tun Kei'L'iim The Hartford kids went out to fatal diseases result from i duty, so they could get the extra with James Hatcher, of the Walton's Theactionsof Col, Barnett in estab- can success. Fohoktmknot. Beaver Dam on last Friday an 1 these U ifiing ailments neglected. D, Crockett profit. Mr. Wilson, tho author of Creek neighborhood. While we re Clarctwo lishing Headquarters for the Fourth pevvees played one of the best games o r Don't play with Nature's the bill, concerning this matter said: gret losing Mr. Calloway we wel- Congressional .s.MAM.iior.si:. , District, should reprr.ail over lits neckntxl we UtougliMift wouIl 'he had been credibly informed that come Mr. Hatcher in our midst, Messrs. T, U Barnard, ofthis place, the season For that reason they uteri a blind. The doctor fallwlf uriravnhlm HimnI's greatest gift health ceive the hearty commendation of all statement of the score which is as folBarsapnrllU. David Harrell and Kit Carson, the Republicans over the District, Hural lioltEcs'curctl Mm lifter the Sugar Trust had, anticipating tho and Will Jago, of Sacramento, went U)nuarcfcemiK 1 The vo had ileipulrnil of hW out KtUln well. Ha out of torti.weik lows: boss coal diggers, have dug and de. enactment of tho Senate Sugar schedmill nanaritlii J). M. Is now a hrlglit nud 10.1 thy cjilld. opening of Headquarters for the coun- to Kvansville Saturday on business. Beaver Dam hiustrd, nctvous, Mrtf Dania Jago and little daugh123 4 5 6 7 8 9 T CitocicnTT, Jn,, Murfretsbprn, Teime.oc. ule, purchased 6112,000,000 worth livered a fine lot of coal from J, N, ty of Ohio by Messrs, Gufly and Gibnaic no fljipcuie 1 V O. Maddox1 o mid can't work, of raw sugar. If this was true, ho Hudson's bank. son shows a spirit of energy that ter, Flora, ore the guests of Miss Lil. bieln nt nnreiak. II. Kelley C 1 1 o o He Barnard this week. They visited Jiijj the most rclla 103 Quito a number attended tho camp ought by all means to be emulated by said, the profits accruing to tho Trust Me tretiKll,cninjf F. Martin o o ib Even when all other jirrpat&ilotis (nil. lie sum J mcillcine.wlikhls from this investment, in ndvauce of meeting ut Sulphur Springs from this al the counties throughout the State. Miss Mamie Reid Sunday and she re P. Hunt Itrown's lion Hit. 2b to get Hood's and only Hood'. r I o o turned with them and spent Sunday ten. A few hot the enactment of the Senate schedule place. Among the number wero Thos It shows that the Republicans of lies R. Nave o 3b 00 Hood's Pills sIiuuM lo In ecryliincl)oU fnma Irntit .Ua J IMC Greer and wife, Hiner Humphrey, Ohio county desire a wide;awake or- night nnd Monday at this place. would bo at least ;0,000,000." cry first dose ft 1 J 12 00 Mrs. Clara Leach and twochildren, Blankenshipss ttatn This is a pretty good return for tho W. Q, Parks, Kit Carson and son, ganization. It is extremely unforI teeth O-A-Haand Leslie and Clifile, and Mrs. I.W.Tay- ILRunimagerf o i. y pleasant tu 8.100,000 contributed to the Derao. Robert, Sam Hamilton and wife, W. tunate that Republicans in this State C. Merrick c f O I have had inefficient organizations. lor visited the family of P, B, Taylor C. 1 cratic corruption fund in 1802 aud A, Carton, Dr. Ford, Ed Calloway, 1 Austin o f j ' i many counties in the State where Saturday and Sunday, reader, renrcmbcr cverytimo you pay W. O, Bennett, Missea Nora and EN In Died, littleJennieAddington, infant Total elections are close there is practically " j ", ,' I 1 f"W"Jl1 t .Dyspepsia, Kidney and Uver tho extra price for Sugar, that, you la Bennett and others. Hartford no organization. In Breckenridge daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, W Cook and Henry Messrs. Ed. are contributing to tho Sugar Trust r Constipation, Rid Blood I o of near here. We can deep- P,Cascbier c 1 county there was a tremendeous Malaria, fund, to repay them for their efforts Shown are opening a coal bank on hurrah last February when Nervous ailments I I O I O ly sympathize with the bereaved pa H. Carson p 3 the coun Women's complaints. yi and cash used to elect the great cfish John Sbown'a farm. o ty ticket was put in the field, Since rents in this their sad affliction, G, Davis :b 1 1 I 1 o 4 Get only tho Rcnuiiie- -it Iiascrosscd red Gen, Roust Auout. t erman. It is clearly a put up job H rf I O O I o that time the ardor of Republicans Weep not fond parents for little Jen- S. Cox i .ic8.on l"? vPPfr All others are sub. i ii uin wii rccei ; oi two ac. stamps ue agreed to by tho Democracy and the Pictures In Erery Stjle and Silt, o et of. 1en Butlful World's .V.ul has cooled down wonderfully. There nie for she is an angel in Paradise U.Cnrpter2b I I I o I Pimples, Doils and other humors of i bi ticwj nnu uooic iree. 1 1 1 Sugar Trusr when the Trust put ,up o o O 1 of the blood are liable to break out in are vacancies in the Committee nnd and we can but wait the time when C Griffin 3b .i6v01d Pictures Copied uud Enlarged i ukuwn CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, R.Miller s s o tho $500,000. I l4rVVllv warm weather. Prevent it by taking the Committee has no well defined we may joift our little ones iu the A SPECIALTY. 1 Wedding c f o o o o tk i line of action mapped out for the coun- bright home above, Hood's Sarsaparilla. 108J Main Street. OHIO COUNTY OIL. t H 'I0IT U QCilTITT, BUTUqCiXXTT o o ty campaign. If there is n call for a Mr. D. B. Brown, of near this place, O.Cnrp'tcrl f o 7m0 On Tuesday Mr. A. A Grigsby OWENSBOROrXY Hirnyed orHtoIen meeting of the Committee it is very died yesterday, the 13th, of bilious Total 19 Prom my farm near Adaburg Ky. one brought to our office a rock containdoubtful whether a quorum would re- fever and was interred in Equality A glance nt the ucore will show n ing crude petroleum. Ho is engaged paijrred steer about four years old spond or not. The probabilities burying ground. Funeral services less than seven white wash cm IT. p. 'arson during J, 1, i'ntvon, iu digging a well on his farm six with a small cow bell on and brass are, therefore, that the Republicans were conducted by Rev. R. D.Bennett, thegame. Xr. .T UmpircU. Collins, miles east of Hartford, and hasrcaoV nobs on his horns. Any information oT this county with everything in of South Cnrrollton. I mvu9 iiAKTronn vs. nitnA given will be received and ample pay CREAM ed a depth of 23 feet, Monday evenMrs. Bettie Hatcher,of Centertown, The Beda team came in Saturday their favor, are preparing themselves A ing late he made a blast and Tuesday will be given, 4 t Hlias Parmkr to meet a veritable Waterloo in No- is visiting her mother, Mrs, Ann evening nnd played the Hart fords at mourning went down to see tho efthe Fair Ground. There was a good vember. The candidates .are scenting Ross, of this place. Attention College Students. Miss Emma Laugley, of Greenville, deal of good playing done on both fects. IIo noticed while groping The Hartford House is especially, around over the county with nothing FOR YEARS 11 arouud atthobottom of tho well that prepared to entertain boarding stu- seemingly in view, but their own suc is the guest of Miss Maggie Hunter sides niid a good deal that was Has led all Worm Remedies. Careful Estimates made on all CarB. "rotten." the loosened limestone contained some dents. It has large well ventilated cess. They do not consult with the at this writing - EVERT BOTTLE GUARANTEED. or the Committee and ev- It was a fashionable score 03 base pentering and Building:, Terms reaon cloter rooms and good fare. thairraan gummy, oily substance and ISOLD EVERYWHERE. Baking Powder Or. Price' Crm grmris y SUCWABPsOI IIPIRII CO,, tT iftCIi, Mrs, R. R, Wrddino, Prop, cry thing is moving along in n ver tall ha? been usually played in sonable, Hartford, Ky examination found that lheuMno WorM'i P4r Hlfliot Mdl mJ DIpfoM. Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Ilufonl cossTnnt,n: Hartford Hosea Shown, Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R, B. Martin, Fordsville Buford t. 1 I 4 1 a a Wes-terfieldI one-thirSat-urda- magistrates: and wife. Miss Attyo Austin entertained a few of her friends Monday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. A social was given by Mrs. W. ,J. Berry last Saturday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Eliza McKeuney, Fou SaleA COW. w e, lf 1 thia-wee- Loans and Discounts , , . 72,075.87 .Nntlc HMilii Trrnniirri, uvei(ir.iu, iiccuicu , , , 264.11 Ticasures of School Districts would j uvcrunms, unsecured , , 594.3o do well to call at the UiirUULlCAN Due Jrom National Banks oflkcamjsee ourM)lnnk tax receipt Due from State hanks ami , , , Banket s , ,' 45S9 book, made especially for their use. Banking house nnd lot . , 3, OOO. CHI They arc very convenient and sell Specie , , , 2M2.72 , , cheap. Cunency 2,0.14, no Furniture nnd Fixtuies . 1 5h. 00 Many bo lily ills result from habitual Current excuses . . . , 867.12 constipation, nnd a fine constitution &M.W.M9 may be weakened qnd ruined by simLIABILITIES. neglect. There is no medicine, for ple regulating the bowels nnd restoring Capital stock paid iu(incashj25,ooo.oo 8,250.00 the natural action of tho digestive Surplus luud Undivided profits , , , 4,204.02 organs, equal to Aver's Pills, Due Depositors 56,571.67 ' DueSt'tubauks&St'tcb'k'rs 59.00 itliiiuil i:imiiittiiiu'iil ANOTIIim CASH. Due NationnUBanks . . , 54.60 Arm voi' Mi!AiUi'RriiRtf Grand Thursday while Mr. Alb'cit TIlKKlU'ttflLIC, Li:itciifirliiKy. Last Brown, living on the Cromwell nnd fyi.I39.29 iAi'cust, iS, IJJ94. SrATKOI' KK.NTUCKY, ) Beaver Dam road was guarding his Tho Committee on Transportation CoUNTVOl'OllIO, JS9 watermelon patch with a shot gun, for the Department of Kentucky has .John II, Barnes, Cashier of Heaver Ittvis Blaukeuship, n close neighbor selected tho L & X, from Louisville, Dam Deposit titanic, a boy, walked into the patch to get a Ky,, and the Big Four from Cincin- ntMjrioing business iu bank located the town of melon and Brown fired 011 him at Beaver Dam. in said county.being du, as the nati, Ohio to Pittsburg, ly sworn, says that the foregoing long range, however, and Ofllcl.il Koutcs lo the Nation U is iu nil respecjs ntruestatemeut though several shot struck the young of the condition of the baid bank nt man ho was not Mveielyhurt, A writ I rcseiudOrdiT No 10, wliieh.gavo the close or busiuuu on the iSth has been issued for U town's anc5t, the Official Routes over the L, & N oljunc, 1891, to the best of day his Twoir.orecai.es arc reported, one and PcntiHvlvanla KuilroaiR and re- - knowledge and belief;aud further says that the business of said bank has from Ccralvo and one from Ueda in . turn Lv IL Xr O. S W. licen transacted at the location nam. which, it is said, tho watermelon Headquarters Train will leave cd, nud pot cUcwhcrc; nnd The that the carrricd olT lead instead of the L. & N. Union Station, Louisville, nljovc report is made in hunters compliance melons, but wc do rot know enough Ky., at 7:30 o'clock p. m , Satuiday, wrth nit oflicinl notice received from of either case to warrant the giving Sept. S, xSyi, Leave Cincinnati, the Secretary of State, designating of names It is said the man who Ohio, at it p, 111. the same day, from the 18U1 day of June, 1894, ns the Jay on which such report shall be j was shot near Cernlvo proposed to the Grand Ceulral Depot. The Com- made. the wielder of the fatal shot gun that mander and Staff and Drum Corps, Subset ibtd nud sworn to Iwfore me I if the latter would care for him and will accompany this train. Tickets byjohn II.1 Barnes, the 20th day of Rowan IIumikook, pay his doctor's bill the wounded man will be sold Sept. sth to nth, good to lune, 1804. Clerk Ohin County Court, would let the matter drop and that return Sept. 25th, 1894. I urge nit , IlySmu.iiYTAYi.OH! D. C. the gunner accepted the proposition Comrades to attend thisKucauipuieut J. II. Banuks, Cashier nihtantler, R. P. Hockich, Director. and tc make ns long a line in the ANDACAIN, JNO, II. BAKNrUS, ' march ns possible. I hope oil ComI. P. Bah.vaho, The Fordsville Star jays that rades Iroai Kentucky will bz in line 's Moses Kimlely went .to Perry and work hard to get the National watdrmelon patch last week Kiicampuunt to the city of Louisville AiT SO?-A.a?E SSri"1 and carried away iS&hot from Perry's In 1805, Of condition of the gun. The rate from Louisville to PittsThis make no less than burg and return is $9. The L & N dozen shot last week while hooking gives one rate from all points Sou tit ov watermelons. of the Ohio river; Union An Ojijiortmiliy lo Sprml a IMcunnl will sell tickets nt trie and 3TTX22LO Imfare on its railroad to Cincinnati nnd out. On Sunday, Sept, 2nd, the C. O. & return; Louisville St. Lours & Texas RKSOUKCKS, R, W. R. R, will run a low rate ex- railroad, one fare from nil stations to Loins . . St cursion to Dawson Sprius It is the Louisville ami .return; Kentucky 0erdrafts, secured . . , ?f5.l5 1,642.91 Overdrafts, unsecured intention to provide first class accomMidland will sell tickets from FrankiS34 modations, and all attending can be fort to Cincinnati for $2. So the round Due from Ihuks . . . 7.7r3.35 Banking housenud lot 3,000.00 assured of a quiet orderly time. trip; the C. O. & S. W, will sell tick-et- a Furniture nud Fixtures 1,000,00 The various hotels at the Spring Cash" in sale . r, ', , , as follows: West Poiut( $0 65; 8.696.13 will make extra arrangements to han- VtnetGrovc.Sto.to; Cecilian Junction,. Debts in suit 66S.54 Stocks and Bonds '. . dle the excursionists, and everybody ?to 25; Flizibethtown, $10 25; i34.67 should embrace the special induce$1060; Leitchfield, ti; fS9.41S.05 ments offered. Caneyvillc,?!i 35: BeivcrDam,?i2.io LIABILITIES. For call 0:1 agent of R, Rockpoit,$t2 40 Central City, $12.65; Capital Stock $30,000.00 R. Co. Greenville, Norlonvfllc, Due Depositors . . , . . 53,839.71 $12 S$i T. B. Lynch, 430.17 SLV35 Dawson, $13 &; Princeton, Due other Banks Profit and tossnecount . . 4.9IS.I7 General Passenger Agent. Hddyville, J4 6". Paducah, Dividend No. $14.23; 20 . . . . , 1,200.00 $l5;M.iyflcld, $15: Pulton, ?I5. T11 Uliom .Mit) I'mircrii. I rcommend that the different Posts All persons indebted to me by note $89,418.05 o by whatever roas they prefer, ns S. K, COX, PltKSIDHNT. or account a:c hereby notified to settle same at once with my legally ap- all the roads oficr marly cqut! r.d vanpointed agent, Mr, A. C, ICIHs, and tages. HEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO I would advise nil, Comrades totaket save cost. Very respectfully, as little baggage as possible; tac no A. B, BAinn, M. D, CMMU.N 24t ii trunks, as experience in all EncampDOTS FROM THE DIAMOND ments .show that the smaller the lng-- j ' gage the better.' TXZ7Z rsaXOXOdXA.X,2I3Il, ! '' lAr fine! and JM Arfulic Work, DO'Ru.r.W Baso Ball Has a Big wook Depaiimeiftroiumaut!er. nze nr style, Frederiea Si.t hHwan andSovoral Battling ' P. S. Buuni:h ."''imi-MA- , . Cm37 Gamo3aro Played. ' Ath't Arijt, General. Last Monday night n wwli ng.i Mr. John P. Pttty aud Miris Mary Willelt were returning from thecam meeting at Sulphur Springs an when o,p site the watermelon pitch of Win, Brown the harness becoming unfastened young Petty got out of the enrt to arrange it. When all wan ready to drive on he remarked that he would step over and get a watermelon and pay for it next day, lie stepped over but failing to fn.d a melon, blurted back to the cart when tho was filed upon by Mr Brown with a shot gun nnd severely wounded. The young lady being in inngc also received several shot, but her wounds were on ly slight. Brown's watermelons had been almost destroyed by some par tics a few nights before and he stt about getting even, Some of the patties came down to Hartfoid and swore out n writ for his arrejt, 1 Tho First and Second Nines had nnothet sotjto at the.national game Monday evening, Tiuiy placd four innings and the .score Mood 3 to 4 in favor of the first nine. m Bsaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Business on r All run down" from weakening efkctti of warm weather, you need a good tonic and blood purifier like' Hood's S.xrsapatilla, Try it. i ' -- - 18th day of Juno 1804. JtlUOUItOES. ... ... J re-po- rt i 333 HARTFORD 30, '94. , , lc ... ( C Theo.Cain, f V rV '. Get our prices on Wok before ing elsewhere. Scrofula on His Head fHw Poor I Health i fin u rifT-rai- T 1 Brown's 0,0 0000 0015 02 03 X Hood'ssp Cures X 03NT Iron Bitters i cure-ben- efit wi 114rtn.. ft larlr L Rtflftlflp It Cures 1 & 02 f:ddmUmk. f 1 i V 653410000 0100 00 SrVV , 11 v,. VcvVw San WORMS! WHITE'S VERMIFUGE 20 ffW; r9f X4i &3wr; wl t&tg w jpi r &m WORTH TALKING A Cnrtin & Co. can supply you with anything in General Merchandise or Furniture. Avery Bycrs Post i. A. R. will decorate grnvrs at Mt. Vernon Saturday, August ?5. PERSONAL. O. K. Newman, GHAZ1A. WrlM'i fthnltK-t'oomb- A large number of well wishing Owcnsboro, is in fe trow i the city. About tint C N. I, mid f il lo rrnnUrorf ItoKiiii 4 hrr and admiring friends gathered in the capacious double parlors at the residence of Mrs. Rebecca Vaught at 9:15 o'clock Wednesday morning to witness the marriage of her niece, Miss Katie Coombes, to Prof. O M.Shultz. The happy couple walked into the room nt 9:30 as Miss Margaret Nail played the beautiful wedding march. The bride wore a dress of soft gray woolen combined with heliotrope and never looked more lovely. The groom Rev. wore a faultless suit of black. Willis Smith, of Owensboro, pronounced the beautiful impressive ceremony that joined the glad young lives in one. After the congratulations of friends the bride and groom left for his father's in the country, wliere they will spend the remainder ofthe week, re turning to Hartford Sunday, where u Monday they will enter upon their work as teachers in Hartfortl College. Beside the bride aud groom the bridal party consisted of thefollowing named: Mr. T.J. Morton and Miss Ruth Coombes, Mr. G. B. Likens and Miss Mary Render, Mr. 2. H. Shultz and Miss Josie Vaught, Mr. and Mrs. Endicott. iMMll AllKMNt 17. & ,v w r MMifciiiMiiMMlMiiM - - Miss Mary Miller has returned from Fordsville. Mr. B. P. Petty, Barrett's Ferry, Carson & Co. will receive a big was in town Monday. line of Furniture to day. The lowest Mr. Hrncst Vogel, ofthe Fordsville dcbigns and nt the lowest prices. Call Star, spent Sunday in town. and sec All ABOUT. AT the merchants complaining of They are always on the rush. Reason? Why, they have the goods and sell at lowest hard times but Carson & Co. rnTn? 'ODl?nT'A I a T I? OAJjiu A prke. u The young men ol the town tteatcd the young ladies to a picnic Tucsduy at the Big Injun Foit 011 Bcnslick fTAIfi 2 & V : 'i-- 'h W ; " "t rt - . , ) fi4 Vf ' J; ' " V i t . s 5 ,1 1 O' , 1. t, . v' u- 4 m ITEMS IN Dress Goods Patterns and Weights, adatycttto weuther realty one half their original price.. must now cx)ect, at A Variety ol Fabrics, ITEMS' Trimmings A choice assortment ol Hill. The day was very plpasantly spent exploring the old campgrounds and climbing the heights of the ancient home ofthe red man. The party was consisted ofthe following ladlea and gentlemen: Misses Mamie Sallcc, Henderson, Bettle Crabtree, Utica,' Emma Fair, Mattie Sandcrfur, Elva Morton, Mary and Ida Render, Rosa and Carrie Wuerncr and Stella Thomas, Messrs. O J. Thomas, Will Foster, Sam Amderson, Bob Walker, Will Fair, Silas Griffin. J. C. Miller.Amos Carson, Perry Casebier and Leo Stevens. ArrhlMitly ftlmf. Herman Williams, the fifteen yeit old son of A. T. Williams was accidently &hot and killed Wednesday evening. The boy in company with some other parties, whether members ofthe family we did not learn, had a we rifle out about the farm and at the time of the accident the gun, loaded with shot, was lying on the fence and falling off was discharged. The lo.id took e fleet in the right side ol the boy who was standing some fifty feet away. He lived only twenty minutes J The funeral occured at West Providencecemetry yestcrdiy evening at 3 o'clock. J modes, which are worn by be .sold. ladies of admitted taste and fashion. These goods must You know what that means as to prices. the prevailing ITEMS IN ct at. Klsha Huff sues Charles Huff and eighty-seveothers for title to land. C. W. Fanner sues W. P. Midkiff on a notefor$i25. Clint Carpenter sues Win, Lyons for $500 damages. A. C, Mil is sues Quint Ballard Court iiI('n, Miss Bettie Crabtree, Utica, visited Miss Klva Morton this week. Mr. W. A. Gibson went to Ovvens-bor- o Friday returning Saturday. Mr. Phil DjIiI, 0vensboro( spent several days in town this week. Miss Lena Carson returned the fust ofthe week from Sulphur Spriugj. Miss Bessie Cox, Abbievillc, visited the family of J. V( Ford this week. Mr. S. B. Bishop, Render, nude us n pleasant call while in tqwn Tuesday. Mrs. S. S. May returned from Petitt last week accompanied by Mrs. K. F. Nave. Miss Jennie Mc Henry, Owensboto, visited Miss Isnbelle McIIenry this week. Messrs. Silas Griffin and J. C. Mlf-le-r, Knsor,spcnt several days in town this week. Mr. O. P. Westerficld returned yesterday from a visit to relatives near Cromwell. Miss Bessie Na11,Owensboro,retttrn-ehome Monday after a few weeks visit in Hartford. Mrs. Martha Ross and daughter, Miss Mamie, returned from Millwood the first of the week. "Sir. John T. Moore spent Saturday and Sunday iu Fordsville the guest of his sister, Mrs.Dr, K. W. Ford. Miss Mary Taylor, who has been vibitlng in town ior the past two weeks, returned to Louisville Wed ncsday. Mr. J. 12. Pirtle, Vesrsailles, aud Miss Willie Graves, of Lexington, are the guest of Mr. F. W Pittle and . family. Mr. and Mrs. J. N Kndicott, Enfield, III., and Mr. John Coombes, Louisville, are spending the week in Hartford. d Standard Goods hand, and the prices Our Usual stock ol the essentials is kept well in are in accordance with the times, ftKWTIME TABLE, Ttade with Carson & Co. Big bargains now at Carson & Co. WEST. r.rrr.cTivuArRH. 8, 1894.4:25 P . 3P &: atf w Squirrels are now coming into u:2SP-Kx No. 7, the flats and our denizens arc killing '35P- nl- Xo.3t,(Ucal) goodly numbers of them. WAQf. Misses Margaret and Carolyn Bars 12:50 p.m. Ko, 6, Mail hour will entertain a few Iriends this a. in. No. 8, Urn. Kx Alexander's. 5:54 a. m. evening at Dr. No. 32, ncaverDam. II, Mkkrick, Ag't, Some member of the Hay ride to Brown's RippIeTuesday found a good ymPAV. AcflPT ?4. '894. sized pearl in the river. It is a thing of beauty. Leave your horse at Cascbicr & While attempting to board amovButton's stable. ing train at Echols Friday niht DiThe Point Pleasant ice cream sup- vide Franz had his left leg badly per Saturday night was quite a success. mashed. The party that visited the MamMiss Elva Morton entertained a few moth Cave last week report adelight-fu- l of her friends last Monday evening in time, honor of her visitor, Miss Bettic Mineral Springs and Beda Crabtree The team will play a game at Riley's The work of building brick walks meadow to morrow evening. on Union Street is ptogressing niceThe people of the town are glad to ly and ere long the way to the Colknow that the old tobacco factory on lege will be one of convenience and Fox Alley is being totn down. safety. m callenged The Ilartfords have Mrs. Nancy Taylor, wile of Rev J Klizabethtowns, up to going to press S. Taylor, died at the home of her the latter had not been heard from. niece at Reynolds on last Sunday. The remains were tnierred in Whites-vill- e Remember C. R Martin, the Cemetery. A long and well kinds of repairing on spent life thtis goes out. Watches, Clocks and Tewelry on short A larire crowd of ladies and gentle notice, men, boys and girls went down to The members ofthe Baptist Church Mr. Rowan Holbrook's farm Wedneswill hold n very important meeting at day and barbecued two One sheep and evening their church on had other good things to cat in like o'clock. at3 proportion. About forty persons were , in the party and they all report a Bob Tate, one ol the parties charjr Ford & pleasant time. ed with breaking into J. W. Co.'s store at McIIenry.some months A regular meeting of the Hartford ngo, attempted to break jail at Owens-lor- o Commercial Club will be held at Court Tuesday. He tailed. House next Friday night for the trans action of very important business. Dr. J. S, Coleman suffered a very man in Hartford severe attact of nervous prostration Every business his way should attend; as items of interest to on Thursday last He is now every citizen of the town will be from the Association. C. R Martin, Sec'y. much improved and is able to be out. Circuit Court adjourned Monday Mr. Boyce Taylor, Russelville, vis- family this evening, and on Tuesday Judge Owen tted Mrs. P. P. Taylor and to his home in Owcnsboro. week. He is a son of Rev. W. C. returned The early hour at which the Court Taylor, decea'sed, who with Dr. Cole-maHouse bell uniformly rings during held such a glorious revival here Circuit Court is only evidences of the in 1886. Circuit Judge's, stirring qualities. Rev. M. M. Hunter of the M. K. Court convenes atOwensboro Monday. Church South, will begin a protracted Mr. Sanford it. Newman, traveling He meeting at Hopewell salesman for the Wholesale grocery will begin another meeting at East Ann ohW. H. Newman & Co., LouisProvidence on Saturday night before ville, htypened to a very severe acthe Second Sunday in September. cident while driving near Select, Friday evening. His horse became frightMr. W. S. Samuels, of Westcrfield, ened and ran backward throwing Mr. called at our office on Wednesday and Newman out over the dashboard. The lelt the lanrest radish of the season. horse ran over him and then started It measurers 17 inches in circumfer- up pulling the buggy over him. His ence and 18 inches in length, and is right leg was broken in three places of Mr. Samuels' own raising. Who and he sustained other severe injuries. can beat it? Dr. Hincbee was summoned and gave ,,mi widow of Rev. assistance. Mr. Newman was moved Mrs. Hendrix, Thomas Hendrix, of Whitesvillc, died to Beaver Dam, and Dr. Pendleton lastfweck. She was walking in her came out and set the fractured limb garden when without any warning and Mr. Newman left for Louisville or any notice of sicknesa she dropped on the early morning train. He is dead. She was very old and a very very popular among our people and estimable woman; She was buried at hii many frieud s iflcerely fpgret hie misfortune the family burying ground, rU. ? .Si - '" Um. fn!i . . . nj8a. Miss Stella Thomas gave a pleasant social last night. Marriage license: V. L. Swint to Miss Abbie J. Allen; O. M. Shultz to Miss Katie Coombes. in. j 1 35 Jewel-.crdoesn- lt Captain Niittciist'r lcnl. The death oi Capt. E. L. Sullen gor, mention of which U made else where in this i&ue, calls to mind the fact that this winds up the career of a firm of our most prngrcsswe citizens. We refer to the Steamboat firm of E, L. Sulleuger it Co., composed of E. L. SuHenger, Jerry Williams and Clarence Ilanlwick Jerry Williams having departed this life in January '1)2, ami Clarence HurdvvicK having followed him in April of llio eamc year. These citizens about nine years ago the question of making agitated Rough River navigable and through their efforts! energy, enterprise aud agitation of thirt subject, our merchants and shippers became interested and agreed that to put a regular pocket on Rough River, trade to conuect with Green River streams and the 0. & N. railroad at Livcrmore, would be of immense benefit to our town i) ml Ohio county. The cucouragc meut thiM received induced thfc firm, E. L. Sulleuger & Co., to purchase the Steamer, Rosa Belle, which they put iu the Rough River trade. This was a great move which pro red to bo of immense benefit to shippers in saving of money expended for lreight. ThcC. 0.&8.W. radroad rcalu-c- d this fact, by the small amount of cash they were rcceiviug from Hart ford for freight, began cutting rates. This with a bhallow channel, oftentimes not navigable, and a sur render by our merchants o! the greater part of their freight business to the W. railroad, was so great C. 0. a stroke at this enterprise us to make, it unprofitable. So after running through two seasons the firm abandon ed the project aud disponed of their steamer. We mention these facts because our citizens are agaiu ngitatiug the question of Rough River navigation; purchasing a Steamboat, &C, as well as to remind our people that to the firm of E L. Sulleuger & Co. our town will ever be indebted, ua it wab by, aud through them that Hartford secured much lower freight and as even now getting her freights laid down here, nt n lower rate than merchants ot Beaver Dam pay for them at their depot. Peace to the memory of the three departed citizens who composed the fum of E. L. Sullrnger & Co. and may we all live to eeo such another enterprising firm in our town, is our einccre desire. 'i - Miss Maimen Snllte. ' who has been visiting Miss Rmma Fair several weeks returned to her home in Hen-Mr. j 1 and James L. Andesrson family, and Miss Minta Walp, of Owcnsboro, are visiting the family of Mr. R A. Anderson, of Kinderhoik. Mrs Caroline Chapman aud Miss Ollie Bennett and Mr. Lew is Chapman Beda are visiting frieudsaud relatives at Logansport, Butler county, this week. Mrs. P. A. Paul, of Doniphan, Mo., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Woodward, ot near Beda. She and Mrs. Woodward made us a pleasant call Wednesday. Misses Hnoln aud Viola Wcsterfield returned liome" Tuesday after an extensive visit to friends aud relatives in Daviess county, during their visit they attended the Daviess County Association held nt Louis Station. In Memory. Died, August 3, 1894, thrcc-.year-oI- little iS. d Tommy Bratcher, the son of Vnn and Mamie Bratcher, near foncs Station. As it has been the will of God to visit the home of our friends and take away our darling little boy, we hope and feel that they will realize that their loss is Gods gain and, oh, what agrandandglori-ou- s thought it is to us to know that our loved ones nreat rest in a Savior's arms. So God saw fit to take little Tommy from the family circle aud place him in a heavenly home, let us be reconciled and prepare to meet him in the sweet lxsyond, where parting-will be no more aud death is never known. So,as the sun went down in the evening, the life went out of little Tommy to a land beyond the skies, where there is no death. Let us live the life of the righteous, and when the kind angel calls for us at God's command, we can close our eyes and sleep the sweet sleep in our undisturbed repose until the Resurrection Morn, Sleep on little darling and take thy rest. God called theehome when he thought best. WirxAKt), Kv Aro. 20, 94. KntToti Rrpuiiwcan I have my school now in good progress; my room arranged and other tasks done sufficiently to take n few minutes to vrite you n few Ucn, Commencement exercises of the C. N. C. passed off very pleasantly. The graduating orations were all excep-tion- ly good and well delivered. The other features ol theCommencementwcre equally as excellent, and we all said good by, alter the banquet with sad hearts, if not tearful eyes. Many of us had worked together fortwo years, and to say good by to them, to the Faculty, whom we have learned to love" for what they have done for us, and to the places that have grown dear from long association, and to go among strangers is a task that will shake the coinage of the bravest, but the stern force of necessity always brings with it a power to endure its demands, and so hope and pleasure live aud the future looks bright in spite of the fact that the happiest time of life is past school days are over. I left Danvilie Monday August, 2, and nrrived in Frankfort at 8 p. m. the same day. The next two days were devoted to writing on examination and seeing whntlcouldofFrank-tort- . In this way the time passed off rapidly until Friday morning, and after spending an hour or two looking through a part of the State House I repaired to Superintendent Thompson's office to hear the result of my examination. You may be sure I was pleased to be handed aState Teachers certificate, for I had learned to know from what I had seen whilethere that ifl got a'ctrtificate I would have to deserve it. I found Superintendent Thompson and both Messrs. Fuqua and Albert! to be very phasant gentlemen, but whit I liked most abbutJ them was that they were hard at work all the time. I had the pleasure of meeting, while there, Gov. Brown and nearly all the State officers, all of whom I found to be very pleasant. I think Frankfort a very pretty and romantic placcand I came away feeling that I would like to stay there forever if I had plenty of money. I left Frankfort Thursday at 11 a.m. and nrrived nt Willard at 5 p. in. I began school Monday morning, Aug. 17 and havfe taught one week and like my work vory much. My teachers are all ladies and very pleasant and efficient ones. Willard is a little out of the way looking place, situated between two hills, on the Eastern Kentucky R. R., twelve miles from Grayson, the county seat of Carter county. The people I have met are very pleasant and all seem gieatly interested in school work. All together I am very well pleased with my work, but I jvould like it better if I was teaching under the Superintendent I used to teach under at my old home, but I hope I will find our Superintendent very nice aud efficient. I would be gl id to have some of the Ohio county teachers visit my school this year, and especially would I like for you to come and make us a speech 011 education. Mr. Editor, can't you? Come by Lexington and scenery the you will pay for your trip. I never saw rough country before, but it is grand. Times are dull here and everybody is complaining of the hard times. It rained and hailed here yesterday and we are hoping iorcooler weather now. The politics of willard is Republican, so I guess I will have to hold my tongue while I nm here. GRA7IA. 111 PI II (Jour l ltrt. At 0:15 o'clock Monday evening Mr. E. L. Sullcngcr, of this place, died after a lingering illnfes of many months. He was born in 1820 and for the paat twenty years had been a faithful raeraberof the Baptist Church. He was a very worthy and popular man, and from 1870 to 1881 served the county very efficiently as jailer. His life- had much in it to commend aud little to condemn, aud a large re lationship and many friends and acquaintances mourn his loss. The funeral exercises were con ducted at the family residence at 2 o'clock by Dr. J. S. Coleman and at 4 o'clock the remains were interred at the Milton Taylor Cemetery. W.I I Agents ndfllBD! VITAL QUESTIONS mnko Money. Awarded rllgkMt HMr DIt VtwWs Fair. OF THE DAY Political Revolution of '92. Crisis of '93 and '94. Battles for Bread. Strikes, the Unemployed. Great Labor Issues ofthe present and the future. Tariff Legislation. The Silver Question. What Protection does for the American Workman. What Ftee Trade does for him. A book for the hour. Everybody wants it. Price only $1.50. Sells at Sight. Most liberal terms to agents. Send for circulars or 20 cents for agent's outfit at once. P. W. Ziegler & Co., 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, ra.4t8 Cox-eyis- CREAM safest and best regulator ior ladies; nothing unpleasant, aud always effec tual. Advice free. Packages 81 and 2 direct. The Caton Co., 1 ly Druggists, Boston, Mass, ' PENNYROYAL PILLS. Dr. Ferry's Reliable are the BAKING POWDHt MOST PERFECT attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Offco in Republican Building. Jo. B. ROGERS, MADE A pure Grape Cream of TirUr Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 1 f?rane5 Hotel Owensboro, Kentucky. BEST FARE. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. NO LIQUORS SOLD. 'r. BEAVER 0AVV The third year of this educational institution will open the 28th dayof AUGUST, 1894, with new additional rooms and with additions to the Faculty, which will place it abreast ot any educational institution in this Green River Country. Itp success has already been beyond the most sanguine expectations of its projectors, and with its increased capacity thero can be no doubt of its being a leading educational center. 011 ''I I Beaver Dam is pleasantly located the C, O. &S. W. Railroad, with superior mail and 'bus facili- ties from every point. day School advantages. It is strictly moral, with splendid Church and Sun- Board can be obtained at the very lowest rates. For further information address Prof. E. R. RAY, President; Miss DORA E. GIBSON, Vice President, or the Board of Trustees, Send for Catalogue. F. J. P. R. P. McKlNNE j.ChWn,) 0. Austin Board of Trustees. A GREAT WONDER! Patronize Casebier & Burton's 'bus to and from Beaver Dam. Improper aud deficient care of the scalp will cause grayuess of the hair and baldness. Escape both by the use of that reliable specific, Hall's Hair Renewer. Com 1 A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY" MACHINE SHOP. We are now prepared to do all kinds-oCasting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Hammer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satisfaction guaranteed; Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are Very respectfully, yours, f 11 k1 Ford's Metropolitan Dramatic Coin pany, supporting tue popular actor, Clint G Ford, wi.ll be at the Court HcAise, Hartford, next Monday, Aug ust 27, and remain one week. Each night's program will be interesting Victoria Soiru. Fi-rc- . A n Ill Menioiiniii. We laid the sparkling casket down, On its last dark and silent shore, There trembling forms could gather 'round And see the face they would see no more. His parents stood beside the shrlue That now contains their precious gem And wept that the grave must now confine, This babe which was the world to them. Uttle Other thou hast left us, Here thy loss we deeply feel, But 'tis GjJ who has bereft us, "What's the matter that there is He can still our sorrows heal. no dinner ready?" asked the labor t Sleep on dear Other and take thy leader. "The cook quit' replied rest, knoweth his wife, leaning back in her chair God called the home, he fanning gently. "Why didn't you best, Sleep on, sleep on, through ages get it ready yourself? You know sleep, how well enough." "Mel I'm out And o'er thy grave may myrtle creep. on a sympathetic strike with the By his cousin, Susm Bowman. cook "Indianapolis Journal. Miss Minnie Robertson, Decatur, Ala,, is visiting friends at SmaUbouse, "TaWc and kitchen" is the title of a new cook book published by the Price Baking Powder Company, Chicago. Just at this time it will be sent free if you write a postal mentioning the Rri'Uuucan. This book his been tried by ourselves and is one of the very best of its kind. Beside containing over 400 receipts for nil kinds of pastry and home cookery, there are many hints for the table and kitchen showing how to set a table, how to enter the dining room, etc; a hundred and one hints in every branch of the culinary art. Cookery of the very finest aud richest as well as of the most economical and home like, is provided for. Remember uTable and Kitchen" will be sent, postage prepaid, to and lady sending Iter address (name, town and State) plainly given, A copy in German or Scandinavian will be sent if desired. Postal card is ns good as letter. Address Baking Powder Co.,Chicago,Ill. (ok llfMik throughout. You cannot afford to miss this, as Mr. Ford is an Ohio county boy, who l il has achieved success in the theatrical world. Newspapers throughout the United States speak in glowing terms The of Mr Ford and his compary. admission will be so low as to be jn the reach of all 15, 25 and 35 cents. The Brooklyn Eagle speaks of Mr. Ford as follows: The popular actor, Mr. Clint G, Ford, upported by his own excellent company, appeared at the opera house tast week. Mr, Ford is the strongest impersonator and character comedian tliat has appeared in our city. The wardrobe worn by the company was very handsome. mceem J. ''e Mabrial and other atmospheric fluences are bestcounteracted by keeping the blood pure and vigorous with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A little caution in this respect may prevent , serious illness at this season. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the beat medicine in existence. in- mrm d in (incorporated) I go., S. Smito, Prea't. D. 8. Duncan, Sec'y & Treas. The vacancies In the facuitV ot Hartford College will be filled by Messrs. J. C. Pirtle and W. 11. Settle, of Upton, Ky., who will have charge of Penmanship and Telegrapby.Thesc are able young men and the manage ment is to bo congratulated on secur ing their services. Dr. Prlca' Crwft Bakfuff Ftwttr World' 0 Fair Htfhot Awrl, QNAKERCITYBAKIN6 POWDER "j aii. utr1 j adtAl nswMsw ifTFWjffiffi&as? t ror.MMCMiwmtT-crfoMo- wr&rs . . mt H joor pesntet will re pr Omit.) ThowhowtaC. V B. P. Hit PAPay1 M " JSSSSffXS Hartford Republican I'm da v, A A whist 34, i9- - white man. In 1834 Jackson observed tho beginning of tho astonishing changes which nature was about to make in his appearance. This was a minuto whlto spot on the right shoulder, hardly larger than a pinhead. In throe years tho size of this white spot was equal to that of a sliver half dollar. Several other spots meantime made their appearance on different parts of the body and tho extremities. Other spots have appeared since and have continued tho y development. tondcrful the entire surface of Jackson's chest is clear white. A dark .surface about the size of two hands only remains upon tho back, extending laterally across and upward., This patch itself retains nothing of the normal color of the race, but in tho ) rocess of transformation has as sumed a tawny hue. Upon the front of tho neck the change is complete. One peculiar feature of tho cae lies In the development of the left tilde, tho right being considerably less strongly marked. The face Is fast becoming white also. Jackson hus refused Beverul oilers from showmen to placo himself on exhibition. N, Y. World. To-da- for other cratlons, and, on the contrary, serve as an additional proof of far During a six months' stay in the XU" Ri.rhtP,1nMQ nn tho nnrt of thn Fn. . r ,owrJ i buwuiew w Ku; lar p1ant3oftcn7nnd never examined of His Country. ther IlrJ.Broune one that I did not find it contained in North American Review. about a half a pint of water, covered with a leaf which formed n perfect NfcGRO ALMOST WHITE, The Remarkable Transformation In a lid to tho pitcher. The closed lid prevented the rain" from falling Colored Boy. A most remarkable case of the into the pitcher, and so tho water dlsase or transformation known as found in them must bo the watery part of the sap exhaled from the leucodermu is that of Warner Jack-eopores on tho Inside. These plauts who lives on a farm near are also common In Ceylon, where Del. Ten years ao Jackthey are called "monkey cups," us son, now in his eighteenth year, the was a healthy, nero and monkeys frequently lift the lids drink tho water found Inside. boy, as dark as the proverbial ace Is done, though, tho of spades. To day he looks as much Whenever this fills tho like a white man as he does like a exhalation after awhile pitcher again." negro, and beforo another decade ho promises to become as white as any AN AGRICULTURAL INTEREST. I CAPITALS. the markets. Capt. Robbins himself had an exCurlou Artistic Colncldonce Between perience with tho peculiar taxes Paris and Washington. A friend of mine, recently do there. Ho took over a cargo of oil ceased, told me, If my memory serves J from Philadelphia to Marseilles and me correctly, that he had the follow-- , had thirty cords of ordinary four-fod to pack tho oil barrels ing facts from Baron Haussmann 'himself: Ordered by Napoleon III. j with to prevent their rolling. It is to submit plans for tho renovation culled by tho sailors "oil wood." He of Paris, the baron was for soma paid for his wood one hundred and time nt a loss to meet tho twofold re- fifty dollars In Philadelphia. Tic did quirements of tho contemplated Im- not sell in Marseilles because ho exprovements, for the new streets had pected to get more for It in Trnpani. to bo at once beautiful and so laid Hut tho dealers there offered him out as to bo readily commanded by only fifteen dollars for tho wholo ef artillery. Suddenly ho bethought It, saying that tho enormous tax Ho upon it would not allow them to ofhim of modern Washington. bceureU a plan of that city, nud this fer more. Ho declared that he'd seemed on examination so exactly to bring It back to America before he'd meet tho necessities of the case that sell It for that price, and so lie did, he finally submitted it to the em per ( nud it Is hero in Portland now, after or, Tho result was that tho plan in traveling eight thousand miles over the mala was accepted, and modern the ocean, and It may go three thouPurls was built upon tho lines of sand mure, because if ho can't get u Thus Is ex-- 1 decent prico for it hero ho will take modern Washington, similarity which it back to Eugland, whoro ho Is goplained a certain strikes everyone who Is familiar with , ing from here with spool ,wood. the two capitals, although one might There he can get about one hundred naturally suppose the American city, dollars for it. England doesn't want cord wood. She has got enough being the younger, to bo the daughDut coal, and less is paid for coid wood ter, instead of the mother. Gen. Washington more than half a there than here. century earlier had ordered L'Enfant An Australian Custom i to design him a plan for his scat of "Tho most peculiar custom of the government in much the same manner as Napoleon III, had commanded Australian aborigines," says I T, Clossen, a European merchant, "is Huron Haussmann. boy Now, L'Enfant was not only a theimutilatlou of teeth. Frenchman, but a resident of Ver- who wants to bo thought a man will often break but one of his front sailles,, and he undoubtedly derived teeth,rthus anticipating the, cereIds Inspiration from his earlier sur roundlugs; consequently Washing- mony which always takes place when ton was an enlargement of the Hoy-a- l a young Australian is acknowledged The park, with its alleys extended to have entered rmnnhood.1 tooth jis knocked out 'with d great 'luto avenue and Its numerous" and parterres enlarged Into deal of ,brutalltyf'i the pain being circles and quadrants. Thus by a borne with tho stoicism which marks leap Baron IIuuss-man- n tho old inhabitants of tho antipodes took from tho new world what in their dally life.OnovKeldom meets native lAustruJian with ho could have secured at his own a gate. So much for a merely curious a complete set of teeth, and the first artistic coincidence. Hut in light Impression is that they aro natural born fighters, and that each has lost of recent developments in our capital, a singular inquiry suggests itself, a tooth ln..soniti more. orJeas .vicious conflict. The explanation given, namely, whether George Washington, in laying out the city, did however, is tho correct one, and tho not have In mind the same twofold practice prevails even among civilobject that Napoleon the Third had ized and Christianized tribes." when laying out Purls. To be sure, ) A Peculiar Plant. tho present Industrial sxrmy movement now bids fulr to end Sn ridi"One of the most peculiar plnnts cule. But at some laterdate a mora J.cveissowsaitVO. E.'Murdock, of one mav reauiro-tob- o desperate Is as controlled bv artillery anil theii4Iie-- l f Ralelb'N- - C.,'is what known tho It .... ImAnil n iii itsta mid HtAilfFht einrtAto ,. Chinese pitcher plant. - .derives Dkiucia uiuuu uu'iiul'3 Ui ii "'" V of tho capital may be appreciated I ls "u ",B " 'ormotlon of the leaves, which form than mere aesthetic consld- TALE 'OF TWO tnUst bo (Kid, Thercta d llio rtnIWi" med yell llicir eatilii at Hid tt'lidh-es-" wild tay U Vety small to dealer price, becnuso they have to pay tho tax before they can take them to life Bill lrifr ft07.tVi. nt nit minimi ntwrnrn for the three years hut 14,780 head, of tho aggregate value of hut Imnnrtn. r MoTvinleybht Witf U,liSl lit' ml 111 18p2, Mill 0,ftifa head in 1st)!, nfrgregut bY tVo U,0fld (tehfre jIj3!!xE head Iti lbVl, atnrrpffCMuaary" -- Ti&9'arzmt, SwflH'jW'ai VTtiTitf AttsytJV -- VW4 FuBfiidfJ 1 (in Turin1 111 it I'tntoctlmi ... TRASS. to Jtoilit'stU ot fire-woo- ( tlnn for thoso thrnn vrnm tinih-- Lh MeKiuloy act of hut 4,933 head, of tho average annual valuo of $02,51'.;; whereas for the three years preceding the enactment of the McKlnlcy when tho duty was subact stantially as now proposed, wo lm portod 187,721 head, as follows: In 18S7, 73,003 head; In 1688, 57,505 head; and in I860, 57,551 head, or un average for three years of 02,573 head, of tho aggregate value of 83,.IOO,48fl, or an annual average in valuo of 1887-188S7S.1,-405.3- 3. o-- J flow-'erbe- trans-oceani- c full-row- n I J a- n, n, i: fleet interest of the stock raiser of ada, Central America, Mexico and other foreign countries and against that of tho American stock raiser. Under the McKlnlcy itct there Is a specific duty of &J0 per head on horses valued at less than 8150, and 30 per cent, ad valorem on all valued at SIM) or over. Tho pending measure fixes the duty on all horses imported attmYlow rate of 20 per cent, ad valorem. Now, what must be the, inevitable effect of this change on the American horse' raiser? During the fiscal year ended Juno SO, 1603, we Imported Into this country , 12,348 horses valued at less than 6150 each, and 392 valued at 3150 and over, In nil, 12,030 heaU of the total value of 81, 104,483.50,' and on which we collected a duty to the amount of $307,440. Now, during the 9 Inclusive Immethree years diately preceding tho enactment of the McKlnlcy law, the duty was hut 20 per cent. AVe imported horses of the nggregate value for these three years of $7,308,-43or of tho average annuaLvalue of 82,430,145; whllo for the three years Inclusive immediately after the enactment of tho McKInley law, the annual valuo of our importations was but Slt16?,62i; or less annually than for tho three preceding years by Can1637-1897! 1601-169- 3 It of Democratic LegUlatloii on th Live Slock HuAlneAi. Is proposed to legislate In tho Or any other defect, originating In old policy, which will bring into competition with tho cattle raisers of this ' country from 00 to 100,000 heiuf'of Canforeign cuttle adian and other Is Secured by Uelns aunuatly and drain our country an' nually of over 81,000,000, which will ro Into tho pocket:! of foreign cattle raisers? The cattle Industry of the United States is an Immense one. It is an ag ' ricultural interest moreover. Our Hao Cured Others, Will Curo You country should, und can under u I proper protective policy, export Surge! v of cattle Instead of Importing. In fact I I I I v I t l I tvn nrn tiwlnv iitnrf.rH nf nnttlo tt If V ri' mnnv intlllfinH r ilfillnnt In vnlti.i nn. . .1 I nuallv. InlMJOwe exported cattle to t t,j vu nvL ui jUUUilU .ill H"tnnti.Mi tho value of 831,201.131; in 1891 to tho I value of 830,445,240, and In 1892 to tho ttie whole internal tax system as soon valuo of 035,199,095, or an aggregute of as practicable. Hut the government must have 890,805,475, as against 837.S00.0J1 durQUICKLY CUHKS money with which to meet its vast eximmediing the three years dependitures, and this money It must en'i tt Hei voas Qebikly ately preceding tho passage of the rive from some form of taxation. And McKlnlcy act. Spinal fchiu'.kB. Nsurastienh, etc, from tho beginning of the government It has been our policy to derlVo thh 'omiilfli'ly, rcrliriiy nml IVrimi. HOME MARKETS. money from customs duties Tho lurid nonliy Itrjiiit'imliii;; ! Vinil XnUattrliit Development Under Ilia Prois a tax on foreign product brought Kl'st liMias(n Arrwuw Ii nor, tective Tollc. ilip.liutiltloiiot Youth unit ilic into our country to bo sold In our marUnder tho Inspiration of our pro- kets. It is the only form In which wo COURAGE OF MANHOOD; tective policy there hus been an Induscan mako foreigners who enjoy the ItrslortUK Io IIiiJi'IiIihI, l.uri ttiHil, trial development In this country that protection of person und property Kxlmiisfnt, tlcWlnllxi'il.or Owruei U has no parallel In history, Under Its given them by our laws, und who iiuvo oil .Mm nml Women provisions, and by virtue of It foster- the profits of trade In our markets, Perfact Constitutional Powers. ing care, a traveler has h?cn lighted contribute to the expense of maintainfrom New York to St. LouU by the ing them. And so, the second law Us c.Nttnoidiary ctuatinc power furnaces alnn.'f the line. It has built placed on our statute books, by the manifests itsci! almost I.uuadiaUly it half a dozen railfirst congress of the United States, is taken. On this point ihi? evidence ways and developed a system reaching w n a tnrifl. This tariff was avowedly of those who have taken it is uni'orm to every state, county und almost every adopted for the two-folpurpose of t and positive, They Miy they can fcc hamlet In the land. Within ten years fording revenue for the treasury and the effect of every i!oe doing the m this system has reduced tho cost of protection to domvstlc manufactures. good. It is n jiowctful utrvc iu iir transportation of farm products more And the principles of this net, orating tonic, iniprtfn;r Us restorathan as a gene ml average. by Madison, advocated by HamNearly every local H3 has seen In- ilton and approved by Washington, H tive influence through the medium of dustries of varloun hinds spring Into still the republican bhlbbollth. Wo the nervous system to cvey otgau existence ns if by magic Wc have be- are for n tariff for revenue, so adjusted nud tissue iu the bodv . it makesbut little difference whether the constitu come a great workshop, nud millions as toprott'ctonrmvn manumcturesnnd of Intelligent laborers, employed under thus furnish employment forournwu tional vigor has been undermined by acute disease, overwork, nr eertttn better conditions than in any other labor, mischievous iuoiscictnmsror wheth country on the face of tho earth, have Our political opponents do not furnished to tho fanners of this land a on the same platform with us. In spite er the broken down condition is called home market for their every product. of constunt denials, in spite of the by one name or ether, so Icug as The farmers of the country havo warnings and opposition of Individual there is nervous exhaustion, jjeneial learned, especially during recent leaders In their own ranks, year by or local weakness so long ns enctva-tio- n years, that tho well paid, Intelligent year they are grow Ing bolder und" boldnnd i!ebility are the type of the wuge workerfi consume more and pay er In their advocacy of free trad. This ailment, this is the remedy. better prices for their products, und was the undoubted doctrine of tho THOSE WHO SUFFER pay these prices right nt the fanner's democratic party before the civil war, door, than they can obtain by shipand back to tlds position they arc from the results of ovtr mental or ping abroad to the poorly paid and steadily drifting us the inevitable re- physical e.c:tiou, harddij,e:cposure, half starved laborers of other counsult of their fundamental doctrine of hidden diains, capruc, or who have tries. The farmers In our northwest state rights. In 1S43 their national brought upon thcuuelvtsa teikscf know that In nearly every village, platform declared "that tho fruits of rflPctions by ijrnorantly or vviUuliy certainly In every small city, they tho great political triumph of Is-violating nature's laws, will find in have from ono to many of theso have fulfilled tho hopo of the democ- Caton's Yitamzkk and NkrvkTonv factories, nnd that the laborers therein racy of the union in the uoblo Im- IC the icnudy lor their vertaiu relief receiving, ns they do, from ono pulse given to the cause of free trade-b- It speedily removes nl evinenceo of and a half to two nnd a half the repeal of tho tariff of 1312, and dollars per day can consume a the creation of the more cental and pro- progressive physical deterioration,to considerable portion of their farm ductive tariff of ism." In 1S50, they and restores the enfeebled energies produce. They know that besides again declared, "tho time Ins como their natural vigor, these local factories are the immense for tho people of the United Statu. to WHENEVER 7HERBIS ' hives of industry Sn tho eastern and declare themselves In favor of frco any weakness of the vital organs.uer-vousnes- s, New England states; that this army of seus nud progressiva frco trado prostration of the. phvslcal mllliops of workers, nono of which throughout tho world," During tho rebellion democratic doctrine burst or mental energies, coiiIumou of ideas, under present conditions are producInto full fiower as applied to revenue, lack of Ltlf confidence, irritability of ers of farm products, are all consumsystems by a provision In the confed-crat- u temper, inclaucho'y, cowardice, weak j ers ready and willing to take abundconstitution prohibiting their ness ol the kntes and IwU, palpita- antly and for good prices. These farmers have learned that It congress levying nn Import duty for tion of the heart, drugging pain in J: Is better to sell at homo ami In their tho encouragement of uny Industry. the loins, he idache, irritation ol the own country and to their own people And since the war, each tariff bill they iiuueys-aru- l maimer milky urine, than to be obliged to send ull their have prepared rues further m:d further pcinrcrousuud hidden wnsics, xoult .. .. r ft .. In 41... nf 41. ..I. surplus to foreign countries where me . . in; in ;i i.uiure or .1. ureui.ii nun competition Is already too great and theories, until now, In tlio Wilson hill, physical poAer.s, constituttn nn imwhere thopovertj' of the people is such we aro challenged to ti choice hetwocn pediment to success and unfitting him the two fundamentally ttt Keren t hy.s or her for the duties and responsibilas to make them small consumers. They also know that to break up our terns of external und Internal taxation. ities ollife, it is the reniely for exThis bill cuts down this tarilT. equally cellence. present Industrial condition will result In throwing more than a million regardless of protection und nt revc A single package will be suflleient out of nue, and proposes to hupply the dell- - to inaugurate the work ol regeneraclunc3 by u return to tho Inuoina tax, tion, nud cure iu many cases, work, reducing their capacity to proilut duce and consume, and eventually and an extension of other Internal u.ia i ften mjuiu' tuoie It Wo ure nt the forks of the- - road. driving many of them to the farm, taxe will be sent. nosttirutL sir roil fmm where they In turn will be actlvo It in no longer a question of tariff for I 6 competitors in the production of farm revenue only, nf against n tariff for observation, for $1 per indulge, or protection. It Is now a tnrllF for ti de- packages for fs. Address nil orders to crops. ficiency und a pcrtnutieut adoption of CATON MED. CO., We of the United States consume Internal taxation for revenue. Tho ninety per cent, of all our agricultural Doston, Mass. products; tho ten per cent, which we democratic cry of "tariff reform," nnnually export more than supplies tho tariff for revenue only," Is demonwhole foreign demand. If wo doublo strated to be Insincere. Its true mean- i.otrsviM.i:,sr. i.oiun a ti :x. ic, 11 ing Is, "free trado In foreign goods, bCHKDUI.B I.N hnrjW M)V.I lnvi. this export we will reduce tho prico .'so.iir, very greatly. It would require but a and internal taxation to supply tho WK3TH0UNU. Iaily, Pally. slight decrease of the consumption In revenue." .. 7:15 a, in. r.T. LoulHVillo 2Ap, m our own country to Increase this pro- Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder Wwl Tolnt, Sill n. in, 7:2') ji. m. portion of exports to twenty-fivor Urandtn'mrp. 9:17 a.m. W7 World's Fair Hfehest'Awsnh in. even thirty per cent, of our total prod'J A a, in. IrTinRion .'i7i.m. A crowning tuetat, uct. Should this come to pass the 10:2.1 11. 111. O.'ll'.n, r'heniort... i Ttat'a tttiftl Dr. 10:11 a.m. O.IAp.m, farmers will find that the railways will Clofriurt Tenner's Golden !IrtW('HHIe...M. a, in. 10: ID p.m. ' mako more money (they will bo bure Kill Kclkf la. It U a .. Ilui5n.tu. I0;.n p.m. I,ffjMni of their freight, anyway); tho middleepcclflcforlwrLAU-WATioy. 17 Iff.. nLi.anbl.trri ,, I', lilt ' , 11 II .. . .a. u wniiiiKr'iVMIIIHHMIHHIl man will get his commission all the Jl recchia rlYW r 1:01 p.m. tt.Wp,m. HjMjtlhVll!t...... same; the steamship companies will iWJ&nd curing it Phcr r. JleuJtriton n. 12Stinnit get their carriage; the European will " "vfc" evcrltexlita.SweU No. &., No. 51, get our corn and other products at Ins and pala accom WtEI EASTHOUM'. Uilly. lRi1y half tho present price, while our furm-cr' ju . . piny IntluaimaUon, VV5 rgffifagg t.v. Hen Jrrtion 7:13 , m. a: I3p. m frr&grz enjoying the blessing of free trade eo It a! vara cures ptT fJpottHvllle ' In tho United States, will bo holding Bwclllcff and pata. 77 a.m. 337 p. Ui. OwriiAr( . 8.37 a. m, I'M p. m, tho empty bag with nothing to show Under irhatever nama lufiammatloa la found, 9,lfj u, m. ft.w p. In Le ff port (and tho list la a long one) tbcra nUl Ccl(.ca for tho returns. , ..... W'iA, in, sui p. m BcUef cure. Thua It Is tint It will curo a felon, Why, then, should we go back to tho .... extraordinary expenditure! and debts created by war. In each case It protested a to abumhui Mich taxes us soon as the state of the public nuances would permit. This species of tux hail nlwuys met the most determined opposition from the poo-plnud bus always provokod bloody conlltct with tho pubtlo oil leers. At the eloMS of tho revolutionary war mi Internal tux was adopted, which precipitated the Shay rebellion und Wiis very soon abandoned. Again, at tho close of the war of ISl'J, It was tried, and after a few years abandoned us promised. Tho present system was adopted during tho civil war, tho enormous ex- pease und debts of which compelled a tesort to every possible device for nils- ing money und with the moat solemn assurances that It shouhl be abandoned as soon as practicable. This pledge wus fatthfullv kept In view by tho republican party while In power. All taxes on occupations, oil Iui'ome.1, mi- Ittriil ntiil ititiiiuttMl iiuntrt. innl .....-- . n lnntiHf(ifiliit. ..U.1..1J uitlilK .. " ............uivit wmpkwiwiiLhI. Intnl. Alld nd tobacco, Imvu been it i tho pledgoandtheinteuttonoflhU urn-posu A tiiur.triurni In tiki I'utte.l Mlii Um mi IhUw'iinl ivv tux. enue tux Is oisoiilluUv "icu union mo KoverniUJili mm mm in ruMjri, m u, eaen iimu io inert mu Better Cure THA3ST BFM&BiQ Phn IT wr CONCEAL. A i'ti'it tLmb iiiM.-n.i- rwfiii p43S BUSINESS t liiioim .1. J5iioh WK)Rer, Fair Skin, runt: most Loiil3vllIe, Ky.T Ovvonsboro, Ky., or Evnnavillo, Ind. iiinwinpiiiwwwiwFe GCHOOLr. UNOCII ONE MANAGEMENT.- -- Pn It, UNconnoRATED.t WW m TridniiiL' Hook.KiM'pnm ami Htionnnmi jfjl'Hh, WeiVy, AUilu srt HponeerJau CollCRoat H W i fi u T" PIMPLES, BOILS, TWO SEPARATE BOWLINB GREEN fJC0' Jzf 3FX Rlntnhes. 2 JttiM0n I 'tm wsrtfi RASH, IMPURE BLOOD cntvi inn nciru iSQUTriliRN NORMAL SCHOOL. . uiltuiiUI uiiuwh J . T limit frjiRlWl JlfJcMf,! S left t tic, an Tlieuicat nuslncTr.itninrialn'ln!ttjtRuriil Telr:raphc'rp Courts'. MuHie,W. Ait, hiul Klucutldn rovldcil ocl Keeping bltoil-lamUUBIII HIH1 tUIMUlll l'upl a iat cnt f IV I '' tlIH lor Wiltinjr. ?rn iVnminO.I IHItl icauiufrue. .y uiiie. Mn J mr catalogue. CI1ERBT r.UOS., rrop'n. Bowling Oroon, Ky Addron t,T;tonUou Cjuuo Uccliod, rSTACI.Otl 0USINkSS rni i 1&L MM& formal !" fi- SOUTHERN School V J I Sarsaparilla -1 AVEKS HORSE SENSE IN A .. TEAM?'' - !""i 1 Kfci vtf m & YMffl i T'Tw.. W iMses a. Miifll!HS3 MrteFf0 mmm asartK slmsUrm Hw pV ar ,1 ' ' (ta&iu fyhwVU&f. i lJlir.vrt .lAii itt.tifj;iv.Tr .71 mmmi&wmG 1 a.L.m f.juut-zn) i7 . . 1887-189- I m. n. J ...a-Al&aAAl: . on nr ?.. A I n . TUF.'wnnin'Q rAin (Vrnmltt, mtjrTt-lviilu- i i ' r 1 Xil2M $M&hm &&: t&mrz TW6sijrv ncCvrmkk hi tlir who Iclul Hit) u. 4 btrcl Howtr Sfa,dtitXti$L 0 (. MiSr ' '' . . traus-contlnent- H MlpM0m ohDsSTl I, VFMHSrfljt4&,mJ d ia t. i U i fi 'V7 sOW .' 4f.) ct-farK- of tlmolhy nml dour, flM.ln uTlio their ulllclal efficiency tf tlu i.itcl.uio t thu. umtcr fair cotnlltiot:-- , miitly 70 r ew.t. OrUliu ry flsurcii for trdlnhry tro n arc nt Irait twenty pcundji higher III totAl illttlt. v,t:iMi ctllcivnry of iik uUvo I t? I Tiit.e which Icttfr rjiiitjil'rtl marhIncflhottiaLoi'xtciita to flld'lrlalv tti a.rMir) jfnwthV rnlfli i TloMcfornmU lxr., iliort. ml M.I iltvysl IkMfKt U 1I1C U Bfacmfcr.Ter VWT. L pro-par- oue-liul- f, V '.MH!N rniRtinrMriSat'ttftnluT.T &t mm McCormick Binders, Reapers and Mowers are built by the McCORMtCK HARVESTING CO., CHICAGO, and are for sale wherever grain or grass Is grown. :Z BUTLEft AG'Ti FORDSVILLE. . ... Goiias to Hartford;. in CQQf&hZJ5f& zi --TO SHIS TUB- : - c .. - -. ww w wLii y X'ff ijtV7?jy ubii ii SPRING OPENING C. L. r .1I-.,- I,. Field's Ctrol1 Busies just from the ' Davis C,a'n;iugq''Coihpny. IU up tiori ol huiltlii in Cincinnati, So-com- will wive voir 'ii tut 01 M0SBY livi by Uiivujg from IIIM. 9 ! wage-worke- rs wll ym a Hugyf ..llttrrij Tlu1 s,Jm Dustprtiml Whip Carriage Company " Irom t Will .. , - I la, 29Q the .reputn-- , 11 the iMt ljupjjy fr thoniiii(y " of any Factory . u i r. and jiiclo for yourself. ; e ... ,. N.EW !Mf iP k TORS 1 T. 1. m &i u TS VMM :i 11, Z-- . ""-- s, 1 -- t ' M Hawt-iivll.- ONE YEAR J I, V head of horses of the value of whllo according to tho latest statistical abstract there werioii tho 1st of January last (1894) in this country 10,081,201 head, or an Increase In tho number In tho ,past9 three years of 1,877,304 head, an Increase over "tho number of head in 8d0 of 0,723,713 head, as the total number In 1880 was " but 10,857,439. Wq can, under a proper protective policy, not only supply our own demand for horhes, but become exporters to many millions of dollars', worth annually. Indeed, we are now exporters to u considerable amount, as during the last three years wo have exported 9,303 head of honeH of tho valuo of 82,114,703, as against 7,022 heud of tho value of 81.350,850 exported for tho three years preceding tho MoKinley law. liut what is true of horses is nlso SEAFARING FIREWOOD. true respecting cattle. This great Thirty Cords That Have Traversed agricultural industry Is also assailed by the Wilson bill In tho samo ruthEJght Thousand Mites by Water.) less and, It. would seem, senseless man. The first cargo of salt for the season, from Trapani, Sicily, arrived la ii er, Under the existing law theru Is a specific duty of $2. per head on all tho harbor recently, says the Portcattle ono ycorold or less, and 810 per land Press, in the English bark head on all more than one year old, Crusader, Capt. Robbins. There which Is equivalent to 43 53 per cent, were 3, ICC salmis, which means on tho former and 63.22 per cent on pending Wilmin bill about six hundredraud thirty tous.-Cap- t. tho atter.,-Tho Robbins reports a rough pas- - proposes to chango all this to 20 per OtinUad'Valoreui oniloattlo of vfhat- filirm nil tlin wnv- - iinnaiinllv am frTr overage, , or, in omurrworus, (o.reuuce. 7 i? i.... v. .. tMuiui, wuw Mutuujg, the tariff, about bnMhtrd the v;asiostor uamaioa Heulso re cnt rate Now, .what has beonthtLef porta that Sicily has simmered down feet in Its advantage to tho American by the McKInley "act and after tho recent insurrections, but cattle-raise- r that the people are in. a wretched ? theiprutectlvo policy, Und what will ProPd condition of distress and destitution 1867-188-l1 Some Great Men's Namesakes. Benjamin Franklin was lately whipped for stealing chickens, Thomas Jefferson gent up for vagrancy, James Madison fined for getting drunk, Aaron Burr had his eye gouged out iu n light, Zuchary Tay lor robbed a widow of her spoons, John Wesley was caught breaking into a store, George Washington la on trial for attempted outrage, An drew Jackson was shot in a negro barroom, Martin Luther hung himself on the garden palings while stealing a basket of vegetables, and Napoleon Bonaparte is breaking rock for a three-dolla- r fine in New Orleans. Whut's the matter with the old boys? Glasgow (Ky.) Times. 81,340.524. D There were in the United States In 1890, according to the census, 14,213,-63- 7 2, POLITICAL DRIFT. CSfTho democratic party is all sugared with tho Hatne btlck, from the buar-cureadministration down. 'Philadelphia Tress. ESTThe democratic Idea of rellovlnir distress is to nominate rich men for oftlce on a promise to bleed freely for tho be no tit of tho party. St. Louis d Ulobe-Uemocra- t. tSTUnder Harrison the treasury had a bufllelent btock of both gold and Under Cleveland its stock of silver is discredited, and Its Htock of gold Is In coiifitant peril of evaporation.- - N. V, lleeorder. ) CSTThe scarcest thlnff In politics this year Is cheering for Cleveland In democratic conventions. When his ntuno Jm mentioned, tho rebponso Is faint nud perfunctory, and the subject Is changed as soon as possible, St, Louis li &U-v- J I . ( .. .., ..... lo.oi a, m, ft:57 p. m. Clovcrport applied cxternallj, and also a consumption, Btphtn(Krt a. in. CiI'J p, m, takenln 5 drop doses on email lump of sugar in, 11.02 a, in. 7;05 p, m Irvinton ternally, Vou havo a aore, bruised finger. 1'ui 11:2, a, m. 7:31 p, m, Brandenburg on It and ho surprised how quickly It the Relief Went Point U.M p, m. 8.01 p. tii, la well. Oa any other soro it U tt--o cstao. Ono ; l.ou p, in, 0.05 p, ii,. Ar. IxiulMville drop applied to an old aor 0 ttUI ci.-- j 1; to teal on your Up aftor all else has fulled. Cold-iorare cured by It la ono night. You havo tried It Tualn No.M rnU No. 61 mikn conn.yllu for sorethroit and found yoursolf cured almost Irrlngton (Humlfty rxoep(tJ) w Jth lmli on Lo iu ' vllIe Hr.llniiburir A Western It. H.f oist nnl At once. Now your luncflareitore-lnflam- cdIt quickly cure Inflammation of tho lunn. A Awtliound. F(iriurllifrliftniatloniMllrM II. O, MOUIiUtl.Ocii, IVr Al. cbronlo cough Cons uinp I loa la on you. It will curo your lungs. NoJnflamtnation.noconsuniv lourillCf Ky tion. It will not permit Inflammation to exist. Thli Is why It cures consumption Just 3 it would aorn throat, or flux, a felon, toothath or a neuralgia. The lore In your lungs U htaled And you aro well. Ono coro Is not mucU unllUo another. No Inflammation, no sore, no con-tump tion. A tablo.npoonful cures La Crlpp If satfifuction not glvn money refunded. It -Tky u botUo tomu to-dMTer dluappolnU. H, l (I .r . Ldv1 &jjo1c$; t ' i , d dress all or dors V !l l!AUlVRl)-n:OPLilUJ.CAN- Hartford, . Kctituckj ' . '.' .! .1 1 MKse . . . PARK PENNYROYAL PILLS Fcmulo Regulator b rAhrtSs OMfflSMHt TI cairj2tr2j;c. ? k'-nu- a.fi.3aa;g6" i . L"I if uw.' r - l J r.j ?: ' Ji- (. ' I J4pi ,lK v)wixMb uidi: l ' Jiiiw sHH,lil;iIl3 ' i ,'i .HI irtit - . w; f I n and also tho of tho country. Copt. Robbins never flaw so many bears before, and ho Is, of course, a traveler of wide ex- perieuco. There is a tax upon all tho flsh that aro cauKht and brought to Sicily's markets. Before flsb reached ths consumer a tax ptt SVSL DK ri!?V of leas than ono year old.'of tho value,of 310,438, and b2C head of ono year old or wprJi of the vbluo 613,003, or a total number of head of B.099, of tlurvaluo 1 number of ?f 8;3528j BAn.d fho e June 80, 1603, flcat year tf,273 head ofcattU end-taxe- s, Jg t2f"fivery republican will hopo tho tory Is truo that Cleveland hopes to make Uresham the next democratic presidential candidate. There Is no Imoro unpopular man In tho United nor ono whom It would Stutcs bo easier to defeat. Toledo Wade. tSTDemocrats will bo fflud to know that the veterans of the war are dying1 rapidly, and wo should hear no moro of tho democratic jest with regard to the louff Hfe of pensioners. During' the last year tho payments or pen- ftlons havo amounted to only 5141,000, 25,000,000 less than tho 000, or some appropriations. Chicago Journal. tUTTho platform of the national republican league, adopted In Denver, la a strong and clear-cu- t enunciation of republican doctrine. It embraces pro tectlon for labor and capital, reciprocity, fair wages, opposition to corporation rule in tho nation nnd In tho state, gratitude to tho union veteran, sound money, with silver on an equal' Uyfwlth gold, practical civil service nud the assertion of American Ideas in American affair a creed that 111 meet tho enthusiastic endorsement of republicans everywhere. Toto-da- , rue perfectly ealo and always relia ble, lor all Irregularites, painful Menstruations, they Supprcion never fail to aflord a Fpocriy and cer-m- in relief NO EXPEUIMENT.Iiut a scientific and positivcrelicf, adopted only after years ol experience. All orders supplied direct Irom our oN ficc. Price per nnukuue. 81.00. or six packatrea for S.OO, by mail pot paid. EVEKY PACKAGE QUA IN ANTEED, ParliuulHH (Ecaled) c. All Correspondence Mrietly Confi dential. PARK HEMEDy CO, lioston, Masa. .Kp .1rlT . ) MimI n&tr "fi If lI IV 'H 1 H miTmBWim V We -- fffJfK" ' ff!0'ft W '. tr w -f- . f ,! TABLET'S BUCKEYE. xyf y u-- ,ft PLE VmVJ C V'-- -' ytW5," W.I J " h rVbf "" ''J,,t,M -t . 1 rw .'. r,Bd2Tx 0INTMEKT GUBES MOTHIHQ A SURE are manufacturers of BungiesCartsS'ifri.esland'Camges, and .ileal directly .with,, thnnnnsiimor. thus savlnn him tha ,aor pent, usually ,oaid to middlemen) .. Our prices are real . ... ., .. i or Respectfully enable, and we guarantee satisfaction.1 BUT PILES, mn 'titt ! "r.J.."&.:na:OaL.c. t ..,J i ledo Ulade. "., and CERTAIN CURB known for ISytara as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Tnpw k ircnitDsoi moran co., it, tons. P. ii. AMES St CO. Owen&boro, Ky.