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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894083101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ""A wwjwwiww wiii'w'. f T"r rjT' ' ' CfyjLtL& rut: ,iivi:itr isirwi iuviis rHE REPUBLICAN AUK VRKV KKAM1NAIU.K AND CIRCULATION IS" VERY URGE. The Haktimd Kepttblkm. milium !!! r,0 J have yourA ID TOUR - I1 ' "' WM WE DO JOB WORK MM"hM "" ' - 1 f - . Every VOL. VII. OF OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CQME55IOM DISTRICT. xs.lia.c3.. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1894. ...,,,,.. ,,,,.,.,., nUiVouO cents tr pound Valued nt altovo cents Ytiliud I stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarih Advanoo and we will sond vou Tho Louisville WOUKIV eummui cjiui uiiu jruui I free, subsenpo at onco. Will show how you THIS TAG NO. 5. PROFESSIONAL CARD. ntnuoo 7 centa nml , dut not ZW 3 00 2j C3 S3 S3 - ,wwr.... 81.73 22.93 80 4.5 4140 VkIumI IK 'alloAP 996oPURE bON'T ACCEPT miTAT10N5. TMf POOCTCn M)iiiid, Ufhitln-VHlin- not iMtuiid,,,,, Valued at nbou iCLiitnnnd utKnu 30 cents per iound Valtud nt nbotu Hi tint , ik. uml lt (,(.,, ler nbmoifptits er 61.01 Highest of all !n Power. -- Viuiied id nl 1.1 I 1 hot pur aloe cents tenia imniiijur less, WMS ound and hot tent 11 C7.80 m& D9J17 S3 S3 S3 00 20.10 S3 VuJuelnt not nbop7ccnlM per .,,., iKMitid Vnlueil nt aloo 7tenlfl itnd tint ftlmuiaJtcnti perjHitind Vnlurd at nUnu lu cnts per ,, iKii.iid ilhcerln f'riitlo and purified Uellnut 23 S3 S5 30 ft OAMdU CO- - CIMTt ? ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! TM UM hCHi:i)tLK II Kartlis, Irtbenware and llnHware, Hrh k. fine, not irlneil. enameled SO orilecoratctl, toiu,. ...,.,,... S3, 15 llrkk, not glmcetl, eniimelcd or ttG2 1961 XkW TUG NEW TARIFF ditorated,.,,, liitie....... purls SUMMER EXCURSION ON AtS 14 TICKETS - AND INCOME TAX. riattlerof t ah in d,. t . U mil nd (Jims or earths .. ............., . S3 4134 nlow 4ieiitSH imiijihI.... Valued abnw 4 centh mid hot 33 01 r hou7eiit it liiuml,,. Valued n1nu 7 unu and tiot 30.C0 nUiu lu ct ills a iw und Valued iilxnu tetif. and not 1007 iiUito It tht a oUm1., Vnlmd nlxnc II oi.te und not nhoeu littcnt u iKmntl,., ...... Stf-fValuttlnboet 10 tt tits a ixiitnl,.. L05 hhttt ami plutea nud haw plitisofMe'el Va ahoo I cent and not 01 nboeo 1.4 cents a ioiUid..r,,.... 111 1 t 111 1 centa and not iil ac I He nli a 1 miiid. Vnlutd Kbuc 1 neeiits aih) not nboti .!St t iiIhh pound Vultnd atHio -! evida and not nhoc .Id lilt H poll: d Vahtid ahtw 0 celts iiid not 1.4 Valued aUiva A3.71 41 OS 31,70 41.11 awn 31.10 2310 SO.00 Romi ,, 45 oih gIut-sltre-oKiiamdtdor t.laMH" with more than one 50 rotor or ornsuit tiled Nail.-- spike and lacks KnlU aud spfkis, iitt.of Iron or ..,,,.... ZXXA HlCClt,., a....,,,. Nolls, hois she, hobnndalloth erwrouuht honor fteel uolls, 36.40 nrtt ik clall prodded for Nilli, wire, made of wrought Inm or steel nnd bhottirlhati Inchgauge lighter 40.43 than No. 10 wire From Inch m Sine tit sin length and lighter than Xo. U and not lighter than ho. Ill wlie gauge. 38.30 Two Inches long und loni.tr, not lighter than No. U' wire gaUge. aaol Hj llasot wiouht Iron or steel.. 107.15 UoiFe, mule or ox shoes of 1U.O0 wrought Iron or steel Tackf. buulHor sprigs, cut Kotcxctcdlngldobnces tulbeM. Need It For knitting or sewing: machines, cmthctnnd taltj iiMlUsf and m5 lMtdkiiu or tm tul....j Knitting, and others not S3 filed for S3 Engraved plaltsof lie) hit reut io platea and elettro-t)l- e luteff und p ales of other materlali engiuvetl or Utho SS ifNinhnl for t rlntlnif. IlatiwuyJJipiate or splice ftars 72. 18 nflmnnr niicl S0.78 Ith els of Iron or steel haw 30 Circular saws 10.96 t'rostqnl taws Hand, ImcU and other taws not ,,. 40 spcclall) pmtldrdfor Mill, pit ami drug aws 11C7 Not ot r Vim hts wide Uer01nches nldo K rew r, commonly cubed wood acrew s Inch and less lu length. 1.33 0i-- Jiiindi nnd not more thuul Ki33 Inch in Icngil Over line hold not more than 40.C7 2 Inel - In h nclh More than J lot hts In length ....llu.13 t Umhieihi und pnraM)! rlb, stretcher txames, tlpK, tunner hand 'en or pe is thereof, made In whole or chief iwttof Iron, sttil or nil) other metal-- .,. ... 43 WheN.or pnrtitbertof,iuadtiof cj.s iron or fetcci. ....... Ingnir.cctrtttd Ingots, blooms or maiiki', Mr railway wneeia ana tint, witl out regal d lothudj- - 35X1 grcuof nmiiufacture Aluminium In r rude form and alloys of any , H 1 1 a- -' RirkiTiscr LAWYER, oiVWs)s4avJHpa LstavmslISA mv asSSSrSJBFH:BJ " m Latest U. S. Gov't Report J W LTTTLB, -- &msm It) 00 00 00 80 80 OWHNSnORO. KY. Will practice U profession In Daviess and titijoining counties, Special aU tcntidn given tu collections. OfiiceJ Banlcjof Commerce Building. H. CJIenn. Jns. J, H. R. Wedd SOW sow 04 l'i.oft iB6DlJLrTELY PURE MW tf tlmit c'"' rtieil ,, Vnliitil ut n.oiu than I.r4). iicli.. 00.43 Shotgut s.double Imrit h d.hj-orIng, breethloadlng. alucd at 07.99 not tinifu thatifOtaeh Vulucd at mnru than 0 and not 8X1.30 moie than fcWcach,. Vnlmd r.tmon limn M2tach... 4titO Shotguns, single barreled, recch- , 41.10 h idlug , , , , bliecU and plttcs, waresor ar-tltor Iron nnd gluetl with vttre- - iw.il HUT SJ.04 17.IC ,,(,, 'll CdesapeaKe.oiiloiSiQtiwesim RAILROAD, To the Spring and Mountains of Virginia To the Lakes and Woods of the North, To the Seashore and the Ocean, TO ALL THE PROMINENT IN Comparison With Duties Under the Old Law. DILL JUST PASSED UV CONOKESH. Kull and Copy of Inn Prhcdulr of Itataa DtfKlcnrd to Takn KrTect Auf. 1, 1804 TIm Complete Frr List Text of RESORTS TIIK Eiart 117S 1'iiuroiitfht ivrouk'nl,., China Pull ilet', tinted, glided, decorat00 ed r, PUIn whit tlM U llolbtaiid lalt, tllntand lime, hoi liig more than one pint,.,. 61.27 !)., holding not inure tlmii one pint nml nut less than one ,..,..,,. 81.31 ijuurlir pint Dii holding lew than C034 pint Oilien. on whUh rHilii! duly would bo Iei4 than 41 wr lent. 40 FUlt-dholding inure thnn one ,, ..,..,...,..... 0U7 nn 14.U0 alxnel.l telil-- t and not Kceutnii ou d ..w... VnindulMn I.S ttnl and not nlioeo cents n ptitnd Valued hImauS- -' (iiiti nnd not Valued aboee 1 33 ,! t 4.11 41.45 COOS .'24 aUM 3T.ll 2001 2JX7 nice in.w 64.19 uncieaneu 1'addy i 1. ,,.,, .'..;... ftljDi ltlce flour, rice meal, broken In lice which wilt paw through a 'iiii a .1 tvi 1 TTijr saw saw L&WYE , GLENN & WEDDING, ; HARTFORD. KY. Itttaar.) (Office, over Anderson's H leaned..,,,,,.., ,. lt to 'M alnne 3 tents n pound...'.,',,.,.. Valued, aloo 4 eenls And not aloe f cents a imnd tt7i.i, Valued nboe 4 cents and hot alxno 7 celitsn ound Valued itUive wire sieve known 43.31 iXiH 31,71 vn 45.W C0.07 4a27 40 GV81 UNITED STATES AND CANADA At WltLL Aft TO TUB the Income KLIIKDULK Pleasant Spots near Home: GRAYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famous for their Social, Healthful, and Kcouomlc AdvantiKCt. arc on aale tlwctu all stations wlthiu a ilia lance of hfty tnilra WIJIIK KNDTICKnTawlUbcaoMtoloula-ville- . Mrmplils, and adutali, from io4uts fu X.OCAX, T. . ni.TV pint. .......... . hohllrg not tnoro than one pint Hint not hm thnn one 110 03 quarter pint Do., holding hf thntionoquar 119H) Do., Valued aboee Vnlueil above Valued Wire rtHls llhi t. row .fence and other Iron not orstttlwlrc rotlsgaugu, tumllcr allied than No. 0 wire 31 nt'.lli cents or lecsn jouud Hat lion orstccl, wlthlongltmlU nul rlb-t- for manuratture of ftntlug, uilutd at U cents or aboe alto cents and .lint V1.S0 plrentsa )und aUie 10 cents und nut 31 1 Irents a pound, ,. itb'jio 13 cents and nut S0M lilccntsa ouiid 10 cents a lound., Si.7tf 7 85 sj.no I'UO 10 OJ Vv' ff)S .....,..... t,.h Hie flour. t...i,..i... Be vbeat..... .., ...,i. . 20' Wheat flour..... Dairy products Butter and substitutes StM eneeae t .,.,1, SiC.i Milk, preserved or condensed.... 80.9t Milk, sugar of 04.J7 Nob'12.w...4iV.f.....i.. ,.. t4tAt 14.08 Will practice their profession j too courts ot Ubio and adjoimnc liea. ami court of Anneal a. IVAj M. D. 311Ci attentioq given to criminal practice' ftou collections. U8 431 so ......,....,. n.98 . . W64 22J0 80 2207 cnious,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Peas-Ur- ' ,...,...,.,,.,...,.., u.Qa 'f)i j tfgS ................,,,,,,,,,, 43 JI jJ ..f ... ,..,,.,,,.,,,. .,,,,,,, 44.3 Ilone),,,,,, ilops. ,,..,.,,,,,..., .,,,, ,. . 3ttXli ,.....,,,,,,, Jwaiis..,, Prepared or preserved beans, peas and piushtooma.,,, Vegetables 80 14.78 . HT M. L. Tames A,Smltht JT ur. AW nAMTronn, S1N5 2S.42 83.74 1110 15 K4 ai.w 0I.WI 19J3 87.04 hfsn ioutid.. AVIro of Iron C1.0I 22.70 Aiiue Ad Vnlnn m Undtr- -- uml Pulnta. New Hate. SO M(Kliilc-ICatv. Sn-clll- dUNDAYBXCUUSIONTXCXirrS il itrlo. I alililc. Tartaric I Ituraclo. Clirotnlo kcI(1c crttTlty not ex 1X19 iicdlritf l.(M7 gravity vitiedliK 1.017. , !kl (....,.. ).. . ....... t . W 13 V2M a K,(fl 2I.NJ . 3 J 1. 181 JM thcvUinltyortliosccitfes. Alumina, aluui. sulphatoof al- unthia aol nlums In crjktuls,. 37.1S Alcfiliiilio tfcrfumery INitnitouniTa. alcoholic Arnimmla ti:v W.;7 Ilili3 VflSA 1 si (O ni 61. .7 lM.U 24.79 20 10 1TI Katts, Klinlulcs and all Information rrgardlnr a trip In auy direction will be furnUhcd on applt caMun to any agent of the Muriate of l' -lulpliateof S5 Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. !MMw iiitr 11V 47 crude. ami auv one t ctiulrlnjf touka, jtampbtets or auy refined a.lvrrtiiiiiE nicltcr, dccr(biuf any particular re 'rtinpljor, reflnrd li3J sttrt or iraorts.cau procure same by writing to tVml tar. u!orenrl)ifl . auyol tbc following ; 1VJ3 tVUtt.ialdu of..,.. UarLv, brans, lemeti, ImImiiiis, HOWARO JOLLY. J.T.DONOVAN. Ludeaiid butbuunriAita,,... .i 10 !' iMTkktt Act-- . tarkfordyintr,ullurthiii lu in rADlOAU, KT. Mianm, TIM. Pm31 k Pjrbonateof.... .... w TVrU " T. 8. LYNCH. L4HSVILLK,KT. C J AmI W.J.McBRIDE, Tltv I'tv. A1. LOOISTILLB,BT. KTt CRAMMER. Cl UailTILLI, MkiMfrf, Cotton Belt Route (St. I.miin Southwestern Uy.) Arkansas, Texas TOE ONLY LINE Willi t!irmij;liCnr. Service Irom TO salts .. ivH 47.1M MorpbUortuurpblne Ol'- sAllxarlno assistant orftoluble oil or ideate of soda or turkey rttl Dl- lt'ontAlnlntf iriuriuorurrrntf "" rat tor oil i. 1. 1. All oiiii r. .t..t " t tur ...nt tl'tM M.nTi . Cud Uer..... , lu Kuwl oil or ani) Itr nUidiol Hemp and raim seed,, ...... 24. Ii 3Ht! tllUr for salad loc Kilter Hulttiiirlo ........J".J.'S Krult i tin rs, oil or ? nt is -i114-jitffwooil ami other il)r wood. UJ nka and Ink powder ZVti hutiiur. extract of Mnicneilft, sulphatoof or epsoin ..... Kit! 10 lAUf Id --' oted, holding more thuu one 0.17 pint,.. Dth, holding lint more thnn one pint and not hsa than onu 111.43 tiurltr tilnt Do., I oldlng ht-- than onequitr 18.09 tt r pint Olhen on width t'lM'clflo duty 40 w uld bttltM than 4JIk r Filet, holding more than one , pint 71.48 Do.hol'tlng not more thnn one pint and not less than one 114.43 quart r pint Do., holding less than one quar.. ..lWOti ter pint Other on wMdi sptclll dut) would U'lctx than 4U t rctnt, 40 Dmljohnit nn I c arbo) 37.01 Ilolillngmoielh mciiie pint duly Uthrr. on wlildi 40 would laileNM than cent. KIlK'l, on which iKcthu duty wouM Im hsthan 4)Hr cent. 40 glan Flint nml lime ware, not cui,engratd or dec , ItTplnt UlliLrH on which duty w ouM I lens than 40 (m r r c nt 40 (lot l let and lals, green and col. ... ..,, ticiflr 03.84 40 CJC.1 ,,.... ,......, B.V81 .1 118 40 40 ,,,,.( stiltc M61 fX 11 P. to 40 SH.43 Wr 40 40 iu 40I 2T IU ArticV.i of uhiHH, or decornied, not Including pluto glati or looking plain glu CIh micttl glaMnrt fur tim In Thin blown glass, Including gloss oratetl, ,. .,... ingraMtl cut, , GO 40 w 63 lu laliiriitfrlti,,,, ,,..,,,,,,(., CO 40 43 GO 40 ....... tti .. bill 47.W .... W m 4 PHIS TO TI Vi" W Heal l'crifrmlnt V ii lXA ,& Smaller than Nn. 10 and not smaller than No. 10 wlrog.iuge. Si 4 No t'liniige il Curs to . Criulo rte r ree. Ingot. Steel lugolK. cuggtd I'alnls and colore a; to blooms ami Iab, und MeeJ In nil All chromium colors, 1r or mix forms and shales, not specially S7.7V edHllhiill ,m?l 314 Ul.77 4U.15 provided for in ri:uMKi)iTK ultramarine. Valtnd aU)o 7 cents nnd not Wash blue. containing nllrama 01C3 abHie. Klcents iter ound JXL33 9J.J3 rlnvt.i. ...... while Valued uboeu U cents und not Wliltlfitfnnd pari SH.41 30 07 4L..4JH atnelutentMcr Iound 4I.- -I Iry . ... In Valued tiboe ItUeniM r ixund SJ.13 ....1HJ..V) U4.75 li,ifrouml oil Holler or oher plate Iron or Z lie, ollileof. and white I steel (extept nw plates), l.ot und fontulnltiif tlnc. but not It l it lit tliniiijjh Coaelir-Carrying Mm thinner than No. 10 wire gauge, Hi.H i shearctl or uusheared tc.34 4H.47 -- M Do.nllal'OteSlx.U Inches....... 7 TraveiHiir tin tiroiim! In oil Pullman Slrqiern. Valued h1nio S centa and not glass, oUh-elM) LIIiidornntl n and luitdoii purple, .. C3.CI alove: cents tr pound finipt tnrmlnp, grain ami tunbei I'arls tfret 40.7V KlUtred, when grtuml,ob-- h I'hoaphoru .UV Valmd nboee J ttnls and not uretl, ooiinmenleu or decor 1'OtHu- h43 aboo 4 tents ler liund sled, nlJM' S4xJil Inches and A land. Ami reaching the most ('liroiuAte and Mchronmlo of,,,, 7L73 hheets of Iron or steel, common S7.14 notexcietllngS4x(V Inche 31.40 "1 , -- ' Iti., ptUfatate of, ml or black sixU) lut hes mid citie in (lie 40 town Di nil about ,40 25 lKi.tdi,)ellow Thinner than Nn. 10 and not thinPlutu eh k tsM, I o lUlied, sll S4Mner than No. 2 wire gauge...., 41.70 crvtl, w. en ground, obscured, r& 43A0 Bkhromnleandchromateof..... Thinner thrtii No. IManil nul thin or ornamented decorated. 4J.SO X' 62 SllUatoof fkVOl ner than N0.S.1 wire gauge rvtxj e ?4xa lurheii, and not ex- 10 r ree twa imavs It.... H.IUI llll Thinner than No. S5wlie gauge.. 70,47 10.03 aUB IXftUHK.lJLIAI I... ICO V0.7V 70.34 Hlr) Imlaorstryilinlne Hheets and plates and saw S8.07 I in., all aii e -- UN) ine lies. ISJM IX) 34.51 Ycililinp Kulphur, rwtlrwd plates of Heel not spcclall) proFARMING LANDS. Plate glass, cast, iiolUlml, unslt Tartar, cream of and juirtl rv vided for vent i. wia n urtumi,ntMicuret!, J nnwi,,,.,,. Valued abo e 10 cents per pound. Gl.l) abundant y all the ccicals, corn and rart a rate of soda, or rochelle., s ornamented, or decorated hheets and plates and saw ahow S4li Inchet and not exsails, ...... .,... plates of sUel not Bpeciall proOWB 00.80 cnilnii, uiiileppt'ciiilly adapted to the ceeding Stxuf) Inches... or Brta. sutphate of,tHrlh-ma-lmrles, vided for. better tlmu tho grade 41.M fil.W Inches D, all abooSlx0 ejeglSMies, or nlm.liidliitfbarylee cultivation of email trulls ami earl) of cold rolled, smooth oul), hereMhcIhcKs and AX15 KJ3 facturrtl inbefore pniWded for 40 00 frames hereof Uluee.coiitatnlntf ferriKanldenf Valued aboeo 4 cents and not vegetable. Marble and stone nml manufac-tarersIron, dry or ground In or mixed ' above 7 rents per pound fAll marble-- In saoa 30,01 Affiirilitip with oil GRAZING LANDS. Valued nboo 7 rents und not ., 30J0 80.13 rough or squared blot k, ' Blanc xe, or eatln w bite or artU 61.4S aboel0eents icr pound Veined marble, mewed, drrand, XS 47.M ttclal sulphate of Iwrytes. excellent paaturage during almost tin Valued alxiui 10 cents und not Inctnillng marble slabs and ltlack uiailc ffom Ikjiii-- . lorj or 42.31 nbore 13 centa per i"jund 47.00 o0.00 UiaiblutuWngtUe Including Valued aboMi 13 cents and not entire) ear, ami comparatively clow and UtniibUtk.dry boneblack All maiittliu tun sof, not t ietlnl- orvround aUne lOcents per ijund. ...... K 43 30 l prtnldctl fur SO luollnr water. S Valued alxno lOernU inound, 10.JJ to tho great market. FntMone, granite, miuUtone. Ocbvr and oohery earths-GroHteel clrc ular oaw plates-Val- ued HmeHtiiiie,uudreHMdor unman 1037 l'J.64 In oil TIMBER LANDS. Covered with above 4 cents and not SI .80 31.41 Ufuttured Mtiiiia and fk una earths 60.81 nbove7ceiitspr pound Do., heuu,i1rcMtl or teilbhetl., 40 ai -- 1.14 almost iiiexliaiiMiblo fonle of jel'ow Qrnuid In oil Vnluetl above 7 cents and not 17.v UrimUtoiu", tUiMiidortmllnlsli Umber and umber earth 30.43 above lOccntapcr pound.'. 10 ett ,,.. ,..,.,, I., ....... S3 wis 2.V80 21.M pine, cyprcw ami tho hard wood flrnuud In oil Valued nlwvo 10 cents und not so Blfttc, roollng. fiufid Spirit tarnlho4 voal 3199 aboe U cents pr pound aCIIKDIILI--; C MttuUuud Manafacturrs common to Arkansas and Eastern All other, intiudlnif trold size or 35 Anchors or parts thereof, mill S , japan Irons and mill cranks, of Of. TCX AH. Veriulliou red and colors contain 23.77 wrotightlron.nnd wroitghtlron 4J.70 Iron ore.,,. tntf quicksilver, dry or icmund for ships, aud forgiugsof Iron Can bo procured on rcaionahlc and Iron In pig 20 .77 In oil or water. or steel, for es&els, steam ........ S0.G0 157 Fenoslllioii advantageous terms. Vermilion red, not containing locomotives, or paita Wplegelelw n and ferromaiiL'a qulckellver, but made of lead, thereof, weighing each 25 " X.'.0.1 S4..r; 40.U4 pounds or more etc........ i All other All other paints and colors. In S7.15 Axles or parts thereof,,, bcraplron and steel lit onl to All lint conn wt wllh nnil liftvrfiek cltidlmrlakee.iiot specially pro 00 04 Anvils b rtmamifiu itiiid vldvd for, and artists' coom In S3 47 47.83 Hammers and sledges, track Iron, wroueht and cnut rlMiin smlrvta t!ie S3 S tuU'sor otherwise toola, wedges and crowbars..,. 30.50 liar Iron, rolled or huiuiuercd, Mixed or groifnd and cornmer Tubes, pipes, flues or rtnj s, boiler comnrlflng claUy known as artUts water of other, of wrought Iron or Htet ,.,......,,,...,.... .......... w Sl 90 10,18 color paints,.,,.,. ....,..,. steel Flats not Iws Ihaii one Inch w Ide, "ruyoiis... Dolts, with or w Ithout threads or nor les than & 3 frosting 27 J2 nuts, or bolt blanks and 3UO Inch thick Aek youruearesl Ticket Agent foi dmaltsand Hrown hinge blanks or Iron or Rnund Iron, not Icb than three .,,. 31.6a steel, quarters Inch diameter, and maps, time tables, etc., and write to Bpanlsh, Indian ofred, and col co- S5 S Inm lli r or oxide Nuts and wnhers of wrought square Iron, not Icmi than three Vand)ke,raasl earth or caswl 20.33 10.38 4.57 all informaIron or steel quarters Inch equate any ot tho following for , S5 brow ii,, Card Flats, less than onu Inch wide or Iead, from tempered Inch It than tion you may desire concerning the Mrown acetate of M.10 , blrclwlre thick; round Iron. less than SOU 7804 White S3.9J Other Inch and not to tho Great Southwest. trip 04.V1 47.0 Uthartfe Castings-C- ast lend than U.ll 1&1 Lead, nitrate of. R, T.G.MATTHEWS, Iron pipes of every descripillametert wjuuro Jtou, less than 7tUO ai 40 Cirango, mineral 19.81 Inch square..,,. 3.63 818 tion.. ........... VI. Ii 44iw lied. ....... ....... Bars or idiupca of rotltd Iron, and Cant Iron ckm1s, plates, stove Dis't Pass. Agt., Loubqille, Ky. medicinal. In l'rvparflllons, ' round Iron In cotls or rotln, plates, andlniiis, sadlmns, tall eluding medicinal proprletar thaueen-slxttvuth- s Inch diout' Iron", liattcrK Irons,,,.,... 20.07 E. W.LaBEAUME, pa rations- -ii 41.03 01.77 '..... Jl.K) Malleable lion casting ameter 1S.&1 15X1 which alcohol Is uksI Agt., Sl.Xnuis, Mo G. P. ATkl. Dars, hlumes. billets, lu the man Hollow ware, coated, cjaztd or Of wbk h alcohol la not a lompo 0133 ufacluro of which churcnul la C0.83 tinned ft 23 caw nent part A. EDSON, used as foci,,,.... Chain or chains made of Irou Calomel and oilier mercurial AU other and slabs, blou.us or orsliel 3S So preparations SJS9 .,... ..,.,. iw Gen'l Supf., Texarkana, Inch loops Not less than Preparations or products known ,. 77,03 Douiiik, gliderf. Joists, hiiu1ci, T diameter. as alkalies and alkaloids, and lies thnn threequurteri Iik Ii T columns w lib all othei Mruc 49.70 all chemical compounds and SS Iron or sleel.,.. 74.C4 tttral and not less than threeel)hlhs 3 ., alts Holler or older pluto Iron or Inch diameter 4i3 AU Other essential oils and com steel, not thinner than No. 10 Less thuu threeclghths Jueh til 3 23 blnattona of 1.84 ... unu ter,..,,, wlru gauge, sin arc d or umhiar AU other fixed or expressed oils ,.... 4 ed, and skt lp Ii on or steel, shearOther, S3 S3 and combinations of ro led In gruncs ed Cutler- yAll other rendered oils and com- - S3 Vuiued alH)e 1 cent and not PenkiihtH or pocket knhe or 3 45 GO bl nations of 40.47 above 1.4 cents a jound.,.. parts thereof and enters, kCAVtAIOJIVAULrAAKKS 3 Bicarbonate of potash, ,,..,,..,.. 3 Valued alxwu 1.4 cents and not wholly or parll) iniitiuliit lur-cDO .,.,, We part Ions used as applications W3J a!iou2ieuts alued at not nice that W COPYKItiHTS. mouth, teeth or to the hair, cent and not 70,73 Valutnl above cents u doeli For UAH I CHIMIN A PATENT? 44.43 30 akin, such as cosmetics, dentrt ,,,,,, nboe3ceuts 3 Valued at more thuiiMtt ntsnt d prompt anawer ami an honest opinion, writ to pastes, pomades, pow. flees, Valued nloo cents and not W,17 not aboH$lXUntltiHi M NNifcUO.t who have had nearly hy rears 40.GS 00 dera and ionics, Including all nlM)o4cuiit iaiH)rlTuw1iitbe itent business. Comraunloa Valued at $1.60 and ot id ou ?J knout n as toilet preparations, Fnrglngs of Iron or sleel, or 91.47 tlong strictly onnfldantlal. A llfiuriboak of In a dozen 40 0 0.30 not specially provided for, forget! Imnaud tcel combined. 41.03 urination cumvrnttiff 1'nlenin and bow to ob Valued ut more than i u tlien, tulo iam loom sent Tree aim a catalogue ox blsh. glue or Isinglass Hoop, band or scroll, or other llazoraud rivor blades mm mirming ikwii muii iree. 7 cenU luai Iron or steel, valued at 3ccutsa Valued ut less than 14 u tlouu,, 07.07 r touts taken through Munn A Co. nostra Valued at not above pound or lev, a inches or less In Valued nt more limn $4iidotti, tt!.i4 ariwclal notice in tuertcetldc Amerl ran and width, and leat than thrve- Bwords, svvoid b!mic and thus are brought wtdaly before the pabllowltn WHERE FLESH IS NEEDED, elghths Inch thick .. ..,.. out orMt to lue luveutor. inis aiiieuaia issued weekly, elesantly Illustrated, baa by fB sTsiem s Not thinner than No. 10 wire U and aim Table knhe,lorks, ,,... 43.70 00 butchers, hunting, sickitchen. unieit rlrcDlatlon of anr seleiitlfia work gauge, ,,., weakened, you . rear. Bsiniiie onptas sent ftwe. world, SI 10 and not should Ulce Dr. Thinner than No. SO umbers, painters and ariUta llulldlnt Kditlon. month lr. aioa year. L'?' no 41.41 thinner than No. who gauge Merco's Golden .nhei com a, v.l ctmta. Krerr number ootatalna beu SO wlro gauge. 00 Valuod at not more than fl a tlfiil Platea, In ootora, and pbotorranbs of w Uedical DIscot-er- Thinner than No. rnllvaH, Hat 49XJ 47.04 liars or ralbi for dozen noua. wua plana, aeura ountraott. Aftdreaa tn nuiins uuiiura ioidow After "the S5.88 rails, puncliul.lron ofHteel,,,. 44.38 ialMt UMlrne and Yaluedntinoni than and not 02.99 Orlp," for InUVUH COXfxw YOltK. aOl liuoAUWAT. T rails or other railway bars more than SO 22 stance, cr in con Iron.,,,. " Ou Valued at more lhaii SJand not , ukAi 2UV 40.03 vsdeecenoo from Bteel or In part steel more than tdatluitn Valuetl at more than fland not pneumonia, fe- orHhectsof Iron or steel,3 common blaik, alued at ttuts a , 310 moro ihuntiudoxti vers, and other pound or less Valued at more than $8 a down, 4.7!I wasting disease-- , Thinner than No. 10 and not viMrrAnurotur tw t r.o-- 7 nothing can &4.S3 w thinner than No. SO SO Ire gauge .W All carving and cooks knhes uml not equal It aa an Thinner than No. snd forks 41.M thinner than Nn. S3 wire gauge 72.70 restorValued at not more than 4 a 7tU!4 ative tonic to Thinner than No. S3 wire gauge. S3JE1 ,,.. dozen lV.bJ hring back health and rigor. For pale, puny, (kiinnmledorcrltuivJIron or steel, Valued at moru than $4 a id not " Hlieel s or plates of 00.97 It does wonders. It gahaiitced or coaud with slno more than $8adozen scrofulous children, Valued nt more than $ and not builds up both their flesh and their strength, orsKlter, or auy alloy of these more than ?13adoxeii.......u. W. thoroughly purifies the blood, and makes Valued at mora than 912adoxsn. MAS effective evsrr natural means of cleansing, Thinner than No. lOand not thin- 40,43 and Files, file blanks, ra-21.97 ner than No. SUw lie gauge...,, repairing, and nourishing the system. It starts the torpid liver Into healthy ac- Thinner than No,soand nut thin- 72.70 410 Four Inches long and nnder.M.. 07.08 No. S3 wire gauge ner Oian tion and promotes all the bodily functions. 0U70 Over 4 inches and under tt Inches Thinner than No. S3 wire gauge. 4V ,,,.,.,... 8 long.,., , For the most stubborn Scrofulous, Bktn, bheet Iron or sheet steel, tollsb- i ii 43.90 0er v inelics and under 14 Inches w ed, plauUhcd or glanced. and Scalp Diseases, Dyspepsia, BiUousneat, n A long,,,,., ,.,,,...,.. Hheets and plates, pickled or ailments, the "Discovery ii kindred BUT and only remedy that's guarantied. If it cleaned by at Ms. cold rolled, Fourteen Indies long and ovir.,r 40.70 the Firearms smoothed, not poilshed RIMID row MuskeKand sporting tini.M... not tbln- Hinnsr ihwi Hv Wud 'iJ,9ltrVOlvrruJ,Yilued at Wt Whale, not setlally provided for tt. El' U.V14 rlaxwed or llnMred... tAJt rpl)Med oil Opium Aqutou, cxtrat t of ami tincture KUIt, not siHrclallr ................ wl IU Z4 13 at Lb. LUltf 47.ti7 ........ ,.. ............ ..... I lIlrotldod fnr. ICU ' 25 U to U.UH ou points. Two Daily T mvs pron-perm- iH 1 m blown Klam, Hot cut or IIea ,,, , fit) decorated .,, Porctlnln or pulglaftuarti,,, U) crown ami ct mini n C) limit r glfls, unuriitditd, window nlMito 10x1 Im lit n una not tx 100.19 ccetlfng lUx- -'l Inches, Da. alioe 0SI lnthtHaiid not OS ISO exceeding Sl'bOInc lies Do.,uLkinSlxJi 1m hen and not 3n1iu cxcei dlugl UU.7V D.uallalHieS4:)iUiiilii Plato u'lan", llutttl, ml'ttl, roiiuli or otheiwtht obfcuted, Nio SU'JMuchtHUhd not exceeding ., 4.T1 S4xul Inchetr Do., ullaliote. SUW hit heit VIM or sit Piate hlt.caM, tHlllud erttl, nil nhme SliIIl liu liei and not exceeding S4W) Inches. M.07 4XUU Do., all about Stxiailiirhtd Plate glis. catd. ollhcd, tin Jbhrd or unllnlslicd nml UhtIU en-d- . nloo 2lM Inches ntid not c xceedlng -- 4xU) lnchus..,. U7.40 Do., all Mtnno 'x(J) im hen,, ..r.. 174.43 U) IimU r and c M n glah", polish ed, slhcrctlainl looking k'ls platen, alMte S4x Inches and 40 77 not exceeding 24xtX) luchen Do.. all alin e Slxt4) Inche,. ..,.. 4J.M Cylinder, cniwti nud common window ghiH u n polished, when gnui)d, nbrc urcnl, ornamented or tit t orated, nboe 10x15 Inch, and noti xctcillnglitxSI Inches. MOO Do., nboe 10x-- 4 lnt besand not 100.42 exctttlltgSlxJi Inel Di aboi Slx.ll Inches and not Tl-gSlx.k Inches. excetdli cliinihei 4i 40 ii) 70.79 WW W.4I rnui IW0 V0.9I 3l run CO thick or thinner... t 10 wlie .12 64 , gnnit FuuilUr than No. 10, nt.d not smaller than No. lu win gtue. 4.77 Fmaller than Nn, lu, and not smaller than No. SO wire gauge. I'M Bmallerthan N.v',0, wire gauge. Sil.03 'aa t'd 'ip j.'.uortln oruny olht r f .. r 4T.V No, 10, wire Not 47.K3 grtiK. .. 10 and not bmuiler i'uii Miiallerti nn .No 24 wlie gauge. 0W3 Smaller t hi, i. No. SO wire gauge.. 15.73 Mre of Iron or sttil cocied w Ith cot ton, llk or other material and wlrt stir trlpiedsttel, cotniiionl) known us crinoline, ,.,. 10. CO rorrct nnd hat wlie W'lrotif Inm or steel,elutd at more than 4entiaMtund.,,.. 43 , M Dn,gahanl7(tl Wire curd for manufacture of 83 ctrd clothing Who tope ami wire strand, made of Inm wire Smaller than No. 10 and not smaller HutnN 1. 10 wire gauge. 71.94 femuller I bun No. 10 and not (mailer thnn No. SO wire gauge. 37T.0 bmallerthan No. 20 wire gattt,e.. SOwU) Galaiil7td,MiinIkr thin No. 10 and not smaller than No, 10 ,,,....... 81.83 w r call go , , , , Hinnller than No. 10 and not Mnallerthan Nn. SO vt Ire gauge. oTlfiO Smaller than No. SU wire g itive.. HO 72 Made, of steel wire not smuller 0003 than No lOwlrcgnnge hrnulUr than No. It) and net mailer t Inm N. 10 wire gat go, 57.02 Siiittlhr than No. 10 and not smaller thuu 2 i.SOwlregnuge. 47.00 SmalUrthan Nti. Uiwlro gauge,. 1J.07 Ualwtnlnd Not feiuuller than No. 10 wire 80.03 gauge Hmultr than No. 10 and not smaller haii No. Irt w Iro uaurc.inJ23 Smaller than No. 10 aid not smaller than No.20 wire gauge. 77.40 Bundle r thnn No. SO wire gitue., HU.M Not smaller than No. 3 wire gauge, cold rolltd, cold ham CO 15 mfndorpollshtHl Wlie cloth und t Iro nettings. In meshes, from Iron or made steel wire-- Not smaller than No. 10 wire steel wire, or sheet stetl,In sttlpsof hii) widlh, tempeitd or untcinieicd, S."1,iko Inch or steel-F- lat 3 23 S3 23 5 Not smaller than No. 40 KM 4Ut) - a ci 17.UI 8eed- s49.10 Castor beans SU.31 Linseed or flaxseed Popny and other oil seeds 9.41 Garden seeds. m ..........4...... SO 43 I'lcklesand sauces. 4A ( ' All Others.. S3 Vegetables, natural state ppllt.t..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,j,..t.f... 1tI a toes.,,,,,,, ....... ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,....,,,...,.,.. leu 18,10 lA.e4r4 3118 24.00 Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ot Appeals. Sjwcial ntteutiou given to collections. Oilice east side, of public square. SS .,..,.. Straw ..,,.. ..... Measles.,,... ..,.....,,..,,,,, ris- hAnchovies flj JO 80 10 13 1)0 liM Hkavkin. HEAVRIN Slll-LII- TAYtOR. .... & TAYLOR, 9 0U 18 Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profeaaion in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoiiiiug counties, and in the Coiirt ot 'Appeals. Special attention given to Office, next door to collections. Bank ot Hartford. J- 3123 23 5 tuo 0 40 41 23 23 23 45 85 13 ii Half boiiae,'meaarlnguotrjKre 'P 2E.43 28.43,? than5x4xlstucbes Juarttr .boxri, nwaaurlnr not l ' 31.00 more,thaa4Hx3Uxli4 1.U...1, 40 In any other form... 40 Cod, haddock, pickled, la bar 19.48 M) TilSL...'.i.t.":L7 l.v J Mackerel, pickled or salted. ..... 17.M U15 and sardines packed la oil, whole boxes',' measuring not more than 5x4X3 Inches., 30,13 aoxt '' Halmon,lflklbdtfralted..v:.rt. eiiner 40 40 nn 14JM? ao9 ..,. 00.49 4127 I0.b" One-ha- lf 1 88.33 3X32 00.57 e- C3i M W27 CO CI C20 fil.21 4J.-.3 ,....... 80 410 30.77 Md 05 71 &4.;o 40 ii'.ii guuuc Ualtanlred- - " " .79.M ' CI.40 41.97 22.75 H.M 10.70 ,..,,.. tiin b7.-- tr unmtuutactuicd Ilia 6 9.9i Ihus or lilgs,., Oltl, and e lit pings from brass or dutch imtul.and old sheathing or) ellow metal, tit only for II 37 remnuuliutiire... 00.S0 HroiiiM Hiwkr..,,.i llroiuu or dutch mtal. In leaf, Inpackagvsof lUeaNcs. .. 102JT3 Aliimlnluui.JcuCtf, lu packages S8.93 ...... of 100leues called riato, rolled, , pUes andbraziers copper copi er, sheet-33 liottoms Bhf.iililng or ullow metal, of whhhtopier It thocomponcnt limtcrlal of chief uIue,uudnot comiHiMil wholl) or lu part of 83 Iron tiugaleanlKd Mold and silver, mauulaciures llulllons and mttal thread of goltl,slher or other metals.... 80 Gold leaf lu packages of ttW ,. 44.87 leaes 23 kind in which aluminium is thu eomi uncut mutcrml of 22.28 hlefUt Argentine, ulLuta or gennanslt- - 14.63 15 10 10 40 40 40 20 ............ SO 23 80 80 37.88 14.10 24.50 18 SO Silver leaf In packngis Great Souxliwest. U- ....... 77, 8 , leaves.. Ix'itd uud mauu'ac lures of 7i39 In sllvirore ,,,,. S8J.1T In other orauLtl dross 49.13 lMgsand bars bheett, pipes, shot, ylizkrh' Had 30X5 aud lead wire.. TA.10 LSXV of ... 5UU Mica.....,,. state ,, 38 I.I Metals, titiwrougld and metallic mineral suh.tnr.ccs Jn a crude 85 .,.. ...... ...,.... soja 1 SU.77 Nickel, nickel uzi le M Tens, metaU'e, except of gold.... 44.47 80 (Jold iHtis....,!.. rcnliolder, tip and iMiholders or part thereof,,,. .....j.. .rf... 30 Fins, M)lld hciulf or other, all ...(.,..,.(...,,....... ' 20 ....... so 14 28 SU.71 Cocoa&utf dasfcAted..,,. Vrolts preserved In their own and pollock, dried Perry Westerfield, ointr man in 19 12 19.13 .,.... 87.V4 Herring, dried or smoked..,, r... 8T.H J-aOther nh, dried or smoked.. ... 17.WJ ' 17.W Pickled not In barrels 17 J 7 , orhalf barrels..,,,i,,,,, Bkaveh Dam, Ky. Herring, pickled or salted KM In cans or packages, except anchovies and sardines .,.., 00 20 . K.P.OIJFFY. B.D.RINAO , W 00 tackerel.... a.i, 00 20 Halmon ...........f...,, U) 20 Other.... Cans or patkagrs made of tin or ' other maierlal, containing shellnih admlltedj free of duty, not exceeding' 1 quart lu conaiartroxd, 2Covfu.clcy. ,.,, tents Will practice iu all courts of Ohio 19 os n ra pea.,.,. .......... 0 38 aud riumsanu, pruiies.M,,.,,,,.i,,.. hji v ,40 adjoining counties, Huperior .,..,.. 45. '27,47 ITlgS...... n O ran (res Court and Courtof Appeals, Colin packages of capacity of 1)4 . etibta feet nr lci.ii. iCKages,,.. i.ae. J2J0 lections and all legal business attendIn packages of cripaVlty exceed ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. ing m cubic feci ana not ex- 15.34 19.18 crcuniK -- s I'uuic ive. In packages of capacity exceed. tnVi eublp feet,! sad not ex- 24.41 19X3 WfeDDING, ,.B. ceeding 5 cublo feet In oarkafaiof eanacltr exceed. 14.00 ingflcublcteet, cubic feet.,,... 183 81.15 3L13. In bo lk,u 1. .....'. rLcutous In poeksges of capacity of 14 , Hartford, Ky. 12.50 9X8 cubla feet or let In packages of capacity exceed- Will practice bis profession in 'allto bio feel sou not ex- main oeeding 2H cnblo feet. 13.18 10X3 me courts of unio and adjoining In packagesof.capoclty.exceed-in- g counties. Also Notary Public. gamble ifeetand'not 14.97 ,, 18.n feet Office, room 20, Hartford House. In packages of fcapaclty exceed1900 ing ft cubic feet, cublo feet. 1U7 jt In bulk . Limes In packages of capacity, of 1H cublo feet or less, packages.... 41.03 In naekaires of A atmeltr exceed ing 14 cubic feet and not, 19 packuges of capacity exceed- InInt- I fTrjw".-,fli"tw- f i."w-"- I Sl4nrtln irmV AAA not .S5.17 sau ceodlnir o cubic rvet, packages of capacity exceed Jn Ky. ing ocuoicTret, came reel n Barrels fr boxes, icontalnlnc or- rT17ILL practice his nrofeeeion in all angea, jemona or umes, IT the courts ol Ohio and adjoining .. ItaislQs. ..f.....f. 6E.4S Sl.ii countiesLand Court ot Appeals. SpecVrcwrved Comfltsl sweetmeats and fruits ial attention given to collections. 00 ndJflIIes.,ut.U,t.!.t't!5 "Office qye,r Carson & Co, 80 Ginger, presenrd or pickled,,.. 8& (3od, haddock smoxeu. saueu, barrels......,., ,., ,84X8 19JB to ' Attorney at 1 ,,,i,, ,.. Attorneys ggt aw, ....,,..,. ! .. Attorney at LaW, 3. - vs o fr ..,.., i. W. H. BARNES Hartford, 5 .,,,,,,.., " SO 80 f Jatccs7i...i....,M..C...i. praOrange f so 2414 21J 18 T)i imlul. X 8.74 S2.01 19.74 und ,,,,,, Wntrltesand imrls Uaioof..,,;, Zluu ur sielter and mannfac-tnrciM. ,,.. In IdiK.ksor nltfs In Hliceta ........ Uld and wurti out, tit onlj'lobe reiiiaiiuraelured. Manuraciurcs articles or wares iiolSKclall) pruldct) for .,.,... ...,,.. J 1., Ill" ....... HIIIIIUI t;jiiinoiiit'le'rm,eMtJci)rlilirs .... ulcksltwr . i. Z4.7V ss if 47.S6 ITM 2B.K1 1& i iy40rcAdled.t'hii9f ..,. 614 Not shelled, .,.,. se and lemon peel, 80, i i Bbelled m S3' 2L83 .1V 10 o ue ueu All Filberts and waluuts soeiipu.rf. ..k.. .... ilM7 111V 8S inshelled i....................... ni Bhelled.,... ....' un ahr.Ai?UUBI' other, el led, titanuts ....,.,,.,.,. ' ...... U ia t ltd r .Jl. A' 447 i MM tA l ft sam Kitorney afLaw, entrus'ted to hiru, Jo. B. ROGERS, S5JS 1 90 .SO1 80 21.W Vt 1930 ..,. ,... Altiintnliuii ai a-...... 4o lllllUKi.'..... 05 Metulf. not mlitnUeMliedii1ed. 45 a'i V Musical Instluii.ciiU us ................ . It M( k6l as j'launmu as V .I nc HC'JILDULi; and MannUctnraa ........... or. shelled or not specially provided: for...... 80J8A Cocoa nuls. ... mm Vree. ' Apple- s83,93 Green or ripe Dried, dtllceated, evaporated.';,. 4XU HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the courti of Ohio arid jidjdming counties, arcul.atteutiop given toaH business Office in ..a....... .,,., ,! 21fl SO 27-j- 51 a Fa wed boird", jdanks, deals, all Imiiuuf sued etdur, Uulium vlliu nnd alt other cabinet toouri Lot lurllier munufac- - Cotton Bolt Route S4J3 ,.,... ,..... .,.. thice-eluhl- .,,. 21.20 S3 clothing-Manufact- ured ,,,,,,,,,,,, Blmoks, suuar Iwx and packing boxes nnd laikhiLTboxshooks. 30 SU Cakand barrels, elujit). Cltnlr cum r ntds, manufae- lured fri'lii nitlaiiur reeds..,,, 10 Furiiltuie, i aliliift or lioiit, wholly or lartl linlihed,,.,, aft AUntln riminurneturisor wood. W liutrunjenls, wood Mtislcul 85 elilel a!ue Cnrrlat.es and parts of, wood lured than s med., IS SS ..., 90 SO 10 S 5 S3 three-ebrbt- u 40.43 20.74 1121 17H8 chlfl lllUe ...... ,, tU ..,, OUt:(l three-qtiarlc- IlltlHU'lYU.l". U)Utll siHiK.ard In colui. M u'ur. abou No. 'la'Unul statitlnril lu ci lor lttci, cune nnd other, exrcpl m TH, MIats a..,,.,,, HII feCHrDHI.i; f, s 15.M MM 1orM..itb,7tltXiU Poultry, live.. .....i... i.'.'.l StM , Ioullr), pressed A3i UV. M.1 ChKory root....,.j , 9JX Chocolate i. .,,, Cocoa, prepared.! ....,.,'... oM Cocoa butlsrsnlbutterlne ..,.,, 13.TS DamiePori root and acorns, pre pared jylr Dextrin, burnt tarch, guin substitute or UrltUU gum. Mustard, ground.,,. Bplces, cayenne pepper, on- - K1 Currants, Zan!.,.,.. m rec. iJtties.i. r. ...,,,...., rree, rineapples...,. Olives, green or prepared .1 ... tins. eJrcli Ids and a her plants used for foruluir under alass .i Free. Bacon and hainstlt Tssil beef.t, .I,,,, ...... itvf.M a4w Fresh muUon..j,,VMt,,, ,M, IT. 13 tiMFreali Durk.....t..i...i.i. Heats, dressed pr undressed, i.... but not othsrwla prepared......... 10 Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved.iUUi;l..A'.,J...... Extract of nieat Fluid extract.!. .u,.u.u.. .,., 18.01 All other nX Specially provided ,,,.,,(,, .. ir ,...,. 1 " 380 41.f7 SO 80 .iv, so 80 80 f ii j4 .R IngpU i 1 I ( Jrw. BM 1 l IfW so to U IS ' M -- T 2:11 N.40 1S.7& ........ Free, Frea. 13.31 tfi dUUUed-Drandy,..,,- ....,,. l? .DENTIST HAHTgORP. KENTUCKY, la prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Yl l 40.15 S&8S 43.51 8d.U9i : l(w7 J. Tx. t,, ..,. ihai-csn- 2JL35 thrrc-qiiartc- 30 30 j ..,..,.,,.,., ro I And utlier,ext cxpiri iN.uni) is iiicx-rcs- d of that paid on suuar of a lower c;rudc f..,,M.M... 10.12 C.W Jl M It. ,...,.,,,,,. e and and i nfeetlonery hiitnir Incliulinu thoc lale Hindu wholl) or Ju purtof niKiir Valued at 12 cents or less rcr Iound, nnd renin d tui;ar, whe n llntlurtd, i lured of In pJtMH Ihi I, rniio I'le1. .,..,. ..,... Ct ground...,.,,., ....!. fiage., ...I U.M inn .,...,. 44.H7 All other ground or powdered, 43.40 not ineclallv urovldud for....i. 67.94 Vinegar XlMi v.40 SCUKDULK II Spirits, WIms. Kte. !!..i..1T1.10 8&10 85.10 U.130 41.U I Spirits. Other, nob speclalfy provided for, manufactured or dumisd Froxu afraln..aHs.. ...... .i.L ...' .... ...,...,,. ., VXX3 80,98 II & WHITES i 51.72 C1.0I J Olliur not ctixtUlly provided U ai fur fJlumtu or Mi;.Hr.,i..,...,, -- Ul faatclmrlnoinoi enumcruied)..,. bClir.DUl.K K Tobsrcoand AlanufiscturM r. toWro, sultaUu for cl- wayadultcmlcd ,119.90 nnf 3.30 U) 43 ear Js Infrapper w or 4J 05 side-ar- u ....i.,, I i TABLERSpil C M .i...lW.W All oiliir ........ w,.. huutr nnd am IT Hour, manufae-tuie- d of lolsicto.Kround dry or damp, and. pickled, scented Ml. .8 or oittt-rl- .. fW Mtliilin.il............. Uaf. n iniiir, mimauuinciureci fil w and t stemiued. pounds Iuf, otlier,steuiined.,f.,,,.M. U144 t sleinintd ,.,CBUj8 1JJ.01 ,.ai.o3 0&4I 910 03 83 85 45 43 4 1 i"'"' (Mtilsni.deJierootofallklnds.lUO Clatillcs undiaer clars,tn-eltnlln- 1&V44 wrapjrs tf nut 140.05 I41.7S fcCIIl.DULlIO i AerlcoUiirml lroducUs4 1'roi Utous. r elscwheiv spwd-flt- el Anlnisls not In casks. . Compounds or preparations of which distilled sulrlts are a compoaent part of chief value, 7087 97.88 not specially povlded for Cordials ,.,....i.... .......L11US Bay rum or bay water, whether Ut.48 distilled or compounded, .w'.., Jsw.18 WlneN eontaliilDg not more than i r cent M alcptiol Champagne and all other spar- klltiff lb liol !- !68,88 188 Containing H pint or less... ant&lnttitf mom than 14 atnt 88.88 each and not more than I pint. 6198 o Contaluliis 'more .than 1 pint, each and not more man l quan objbi f 'Btlll wine- s09JO OsW Jn casks,. ..,,,.. In bottlssor Jogs Containing each not more than .,1 pint:,. MM ' Conialnlug each more than 1 pint and not more than 1 quart.,.,.' 89.98 f " Vermntn; wine and ginger cordial From other materials ,980.91, situ 8M.CB 'I!HHb Ba,flBaSlBsSsBVfBaalaVl . DENTIST. ....,,... OFFICE OVER RED FRONT la prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. .,.;'. i 4. ,, lia!ngliifer i ST. u In bottles or Ju- gContalnlug each not snore than 1 Piatt ftMr . - iti . . . Con tain log each more iota,! jtlntand! pot more thaq lquaft mM cordials. bra4ycoioiEef plf- .... p80 Ituoos liquors.......1 Malt liquors vis, ale, beer and oUav. PENNYROYAL PILLS .ST , . m MRKIT 4, 45 43 43 67.06 5130 30 J Ilnrscs VhIhmI ai iMnlhan flSOrach... 0I.S5 "M V.ili.ol bi tl'JlaiKl mcr r3) JduWti it" Cuttle 4aja i One enrnldorless ... Moru thuu lcr.riM 11 m 80 8t.1T to SO CUHtJUTHNMHHTMlES. fmmi iuri knownrriY oum .... tlieei , ,,.,,..a.0l Iirsslhaii I jenr nil more. ,,,,.t ,.,.. ff w All other.. llreadstufr- s- .... Iiarlev... Il.ll.l 0a llurle r '.malt. ..i .'.. U.99 Itsrley. far)vd, patent or huUefl rr? l'S....,,,,,,,t 1Z.W In bottles or Ingfl.,,.., Kot In bottles or lugt... , MaJtsxtrtctr 4LM - 90.88 fjd 4l4i Ontt)eariiior. .. ti ltl IU InbottlesoriufS..,,,,,.. Bey erage s not else where Fluid--" Ui,iVt s ftS Jit f so tlldorcndstttd....,i....vT..re8.n peel- JQlci, for v Containing not mora than 18 par vopjaimttft sjots iujsh J ad 40 80 80 80 80 JIUCKW ili S4.W ..................... ? Lorn meal 8AJS Macaroni, vermicelli 1 OSlSM.MtMK MltlHMtll Mttt VatplvaitMMttltfMIM h lTi.ru lilul.,., tir tiuUM ,., ,..,..,... .... ,,cherrr Julc suMotbsr rolt not"specWly':provWed li ANTEED. lMi;rEVERY PACKAGE GUAR. tbo celebrated Female Regulator., are perfectly safe and always relia ble. For all Irregularites, paiuful Suppressions, they Menstruatious, never fail to afford a speedy and certain relief NOEXPERIMENT.but a scientific a7dp6s1tiverelieftadopted AI! oaly after years ot experience. orders supplied direct from our oN flee. Trice per package, $1.00, or Dkekages tor $5,(M) by mail post. mv 87 880 centof alooholiu..;n..I....:..lMi Jtr Particulars (sealed) 4c. All ' Correspondence strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY CO. Jloetqu, Mass, (ContifiMCi1on4thpagt.) asssasMtassiaaat l fitfii-tl.-, ".' TT.T J,.'" V.' Z ' ""lfaj 4&- - Hartford Kcpublican l PUBUflHKD EVERY HARDINSBURG. picnics about played WIDAY M0RKI50 Witor unJTrorriMor. XS94. JO. B. KfMiKKN, FfttDAY9Al'GlST3tl 'out. . We arc authorized to announce H. T. Williams As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1S94. We are authorized to announce Joiik M. Leach As the Democratic nominee for the office of Assessor of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1S94. Democratic Tickot. ro r coc.ity jvnu k. Robin Hood Scores the Wilson Bill, and Gives Some Good Points to Teachers. A 1ERY I5TEKEftTlJ LETTER. Bopublican Ticket Hi. 'DM thcUtt. natural! v bcinir the you.ter ins too Gon -' For Congress U4 For County Judge John P.Morton. orbnenu Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney E. P. Neal. For Assessor N C Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. 'acudiujuugc Election, or.e. John W. Lewis, of Washington county. . ,. . vuj. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Wooduard, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc Buford Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fords ville Buford constbiile: The attention of our readers is call cd to the valuable information con tained in this week's issue the comparison of the McKinley and New Tariffs. The text of the Income Tax will be in our next isaue. Cut out the columns containing thia important waiter and pave for reference. big Confederate given at Haweaville on Saturday. Sept. 8, for the benefit of All old sol the Monument Fund, diers both Confederate and Union and everybody else are cordially inThe management vited to attend. The promises a magnificent time. invitation to Ohio county U "Come over and feast.'1 will be a There Barbecue Mr. Cleveland has written a letter purporting to tell why he allows the product of "perfidyand dishonor" to become a law without his signature. It is a very tame explanaton. The world and his party would have been far better impressed with his reputed backbone had he done what his previous utterances had indicated Grover he would do veto the bill. is fishing for another Presidential nomination. HAnniNsmmOy Kym Aug. 26. The prevailing hard times have had Vdiaastrous effect on the picnic bom new in this county this year. There have been several and most of them have resulted in m loss to the proprietors. They have as a general thing been pretty well attended, but owing to the scarcity of "flihhy lucre the young bloods of the county have not been able to figure in the dashing manner, in which they have figured in the years that have passed. Their pocket-book- s are not overflowing, in As a result fact they are empty. pink lemonade and pop corn boxes, not to speak of striped peppermint candy, remain on the shelf, there be Those of iug no sale tor the same. who engage in the our fellow-citize- ns picnic business, will! therefore in all probabilities cast their vote agaiust The picnic the Democratic party. business heretofore has been a paying one. If therefore during the first year of the Democratic Administra tion,the bottom drops out of it, picnic managers are going to lay the cause of it to Democratic "perfidy and dishonor." When the Democratic party and prosperity of the people, aud so shapes legislation that our country swains cannot buy their sweethearts a sack of peanuts or & banana when such a state of affairs exist, there is going to be a mighty political revolu tion. The picnic custom inut be preserved. When it ceases, the Fourth of July orators will have no opportunity to launch out into strains of thrilling and patriotic eloquence. The county candidates will not have the pleasure of showing the people how they love them and that they would die for them if it became cec essary that they should die. In short when picnics cease to be, life will become a burden and there will be no further inducement for mankind to live. The Democratic party has well uigb struck a death blow to picnics. It must and will be rebuked for this at the polls. because they ait forced by law to attend the Institute. The principal cause of this discontent is found in the fact that a large number of teach era arc in the business temporarily. They teach until they can find something else to do. A person who intends to make teaching his profession ia anxious to attend the Institute and always does what he can to make the same interesting. If he is assigned work, he will prepare it the best he can. Those who teach temporarily, however, often fail to do the work assigned them because of indifference to the cause of teaching. This of course will cause contusion and delay in the execution of the program. As a result those who do take part in the proceedings together with the conductor do all the taking. This makes thelnstitutemonotonous. And if it were not for music which is often furnished by outside parties the Institute would be an exceedingly dry affair. This state of affairs ought not to exist. The Institute can be made just what the teachers want it to be. If they wish it to be lively and animated they can make it so. A great deal depends on the Superintendent, to be sure, but not all by any means. With the teachers properly interested and resolved todotheir best the Institute can be made interesting and instructive. And as long as they are compelled to attend, it is to their interest to make the best of it. At the Institute last week fully s of the teachers failed to discuss the topics assigned them and as a result the conductor was forced to discuss them all Some few teachers helped him out, but they did not enter into the spirit of the work as they should have done. It is getting time that everyone in the least con nected with the common school system should get his eyes open and wide open at that. Our free school system has enemies within and without. It constitutes the bulwark of American liberty, and a blow at it is a stab to our boasted freedom. Any infringement on its domain, therefore, should be viewed with a jtalous eye. But with teachers indifferent and inefficient, the enemies of the common school system can argue, and successfully, that common schools are not what they should be. Greater inter est and activity, therefore, should be manifested by common school teachers in order that they do not discredit their profession, and injure the cause of common schools. Rows Hood. two-third- THE IIAYIUDE. One of fclio Pleasant Most Occas- II you'll go along lnmorrov ulght, A picnic we intend thi.i t be, without thee. Aud we'll be The lollortiug vuui: hull- i composed the crowd: Mivim 1'jVii .tod Bch sie Morton, Mary and Kiln C6a, Coro niiM-mti- JI0I1GENV1LLK. The Unit Ilnhi WjLbwis Speaks QUARTERLY REPORT 01' 'I'll 15 Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Business on 18th day ot Juno 1804. "to a Larue Crowd altlie Rue La- - ions of the Season. All-around lyn and Muraiet Bailmur, Elizabeth Calloway and Emmi llu)craitt Thpschitol at Alexander will open Monday, wilh C, II. Ellis ns teacher. Mrs. V, D. D. Stevens lia returned home after a weeks hit tohr brother, Rev. R. D. Betiuett, South Aug. 211. Capital. KI.Mil.ltlinoU. Sulphur Springs tho Destination and an SuccessrxirNVti.i.Y .0vr.1. - Montgomory Attempts tho Old Timo Bulldozing Schomo but is not i.nitatio. Car-rollto- n. The Republicans of the Mclienry the Rev. Barnes, the evangelist, There is Mr. Wilson Mr. Wilson, voting preciuct are called to meet at shocked the feelings of the moral the Chairman of the Way and Means the echoolbouse at McHenry on Satand christian world by coming boldly Committee, who framed the Wilson urday, September 8, at 2 p. iu. for out in a sermon and indorsing BreckTariff Bill. Our Queerest sympathies the purpose of establishing a perraa The reputainridge for Congress, are extended to Mr. Wilson. With nent organization. tion he has heretofore borne as a the greatest care and after Herculean S. B. Bailor, CbWu. christian minister not only adds to the labor he presented to the public his Do notweat impermeable and tight insult to the good people of the State revsied tariff laws, over which the fitting hats that constrict the blood No Democratic but to the cause be espouses. press at once went into vessels of the scalp. Use Hall's Hair man has a right to subject the religion spasms of ecstatic praise. Immediwill of Jesus Christ and the gospel minis- ately after his assiduous toil or per Reuewer occasionally, and you not be bald. try to the slurs and insults and con- baps while engaged m it, a burning tempt which just such utterances as fever laid hold of his exhausted frame Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Hlf hest Award. those of the Rev. Mr. Barnes bring and for weeks be lay racked with of Ileftolutlon of lleetf, ForUtllle upon them. What respect it a mail pain.- - Skillful medical assistance,to f,odjce.o. GOO, F. A A.M. world calculated to have for a gcther with the climate of Mexico, to the Whereas, It has pleased theGrautl cause however lofty, but which is which he had repaired to recuperatu Master of the Uuiverse to call from represented by men of ability and bis exhausted energies, restored him earthly labor to heavenly refreshment reputation who go about the country to health. He returned to his coN our aged brother,Dabney Gaines, who asking that a moral leper and leagues in Congress and received their departed this life on the 12th or Auglibertine be giveu the high- overwhelming congratulations upon ust 1894. est recognition. Barnes deserves as bistecovery. But bis reentry into Resolved, 1, That the fraternity he receives the universal condemnapublic life only brought down on his has lost au honorable and efficient tion of right thiuking people, his devoted bead another storm of member, the Christian Church a misery. This time it came in the consistent and faithful member, aud JIOW MO.TUO.EKY ItKHAItUN HIM shape of mental anguish. His very the community an honorable and vaU soul was tortured in a manner that tied citizen. the late MontgomeryMui During He came words cannot describe. 2, That this lodge extend to the ray canvass for the Democratic nomihome to see the bill, as dear to him members of the family their most siu nation in this Congressional District life, jumped upon by the remorsecere sympathy. some good men in his party in Hardin as less and unfeeling Senate, which 3, That a copy of these re&olutioua Montcounty chose to oppose Mr. the twisted, changed, and contorted it, be sent to our county papers aud gomery's renomiuation, among Cbristiau Guide for publication. number was Dr. J. H. Ashlock, of until it was entirely hojond recognition. It would seem that at this Bro. Gaines was born in Barren Summit, who has long been a mempoint his cup of sorrow was filled to county, Ky,, Febiuary 10. 18111, In ber of the Pension Examining Board, of Eluabethtown, who eujoys the rep- its fullest. But not so. Ho was 1843 be joined the Masons at Georgetown, Ky., and later was made a utation of being one of the fiuest ex- doomed to seo it filled to overflowIn the year State and holds the ing. Tho Senate said it must be Royal Arch Mason, aminers in the confidence of the old soldiers of that tboir bill or no bill, notwithstanding 1853 he joined the Christian Church locality as Dr. Pendleton does in Ohio the fact that Mr. Wilson was bathed and was baptized atCanoRidge(Ky., county, but Dr. Adhlock no louger in tears, and that Mr. Cle eland had by Elder Johu A. Ganoe, and has since lived a consistent member of meets with the board at Elizabeth-tow- n. said it was porfidious und dishonoraMontgomery ble. Mr. Wilson was forced to the same church. As soon as Mr. He was married to Mis Annie E, returned to Washington from his swallow the Senate Bill. This was at Lexingcanvass, Dr. Aehlock was notified by tho consummation of his sorrows. Yates, of Maysville, Ky., ton, Ky on the 13th of March, 1854. the Pension Department that his ser- There was nothing loft for Mr. Wilson Bro. Three children survive him, vices could be dispensed with, and his but to mourn over the broken promts Gaines participated in the Masonic of Mont- 0? und pledges of his party. Mr. place was supplied by one Clay. gomery henchmen without regard Wilson surely presents to tho public funeral of Hon. Henry Sam Kkowk, sympathy for the a lauiontable scene. to qualificationsjor But all is not B, F, MlTCIIKM', As a small, narrow-mind- ed lost, Mr. Wilson. The poet has said: old BDldiera. M. L. Junks, manipulator of the machine Committee. uBo still sad heart and cease repinr. Montgomery is away upheal,but ing, AJo4 Appeltte when it comes to filling the chair'cf Holiim) tho clouds is the sun still Always accompanies good health, and sl.iningj a statesman he enjoys about as much an absence of appetite is au indica does 111 a suThy fate is the common fate of all, room as a bumble-b-ee The uniFor into each life sotno rain must tion of something wrong. gar hogshead. versal testimony given by those who fall; ... Some days must bo dark and dreary." have used Hood's Sarsapanlla, as to Don't buy a blood purifier because The Breckcnridge County Teachers its merits in restoring the appetite, it ia "cheap." The best the SupeInstitute convened here last week and and as a purifier of the blood, constU rior Medicine AycA SarsapariHar, was conducted by Prof. Logan, of tutes the strongest recommendation ir? iu the end, the cheapest blood purClovcrport. A few general remarks that can be urged for any medieiue. ifier iu the market. The ingredients anent Institutes at this place may not Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bilof which it ia composed are the most be amiss. Ju the first place there is iousness, jauudice, indigestion, sick expensive and medicinally efficacious always grumbling on the part of ' teachers to a greater or less extent, headache. that can be obtained, Last Sunday night at Lexingtun It is olten said that the meanest man is he who permits a newspaper to be sent to his address and then refuses Ue is not to pay his subscription. any meaner, however, than the man who has not an earthly thing to do but yet thinks he will be everlastingly ruined if he steps into a barbershop where several are waiting and cannot be shaved first. Such a man I think is equally as mean as the other fellow and by far the bigger fool. The? TVnchrnior Buford Magisterial District are called to meet at, Buford third Saturday in September. Opening Addiess Mallie Ferguson. Response J. L. Elmore. Essay Sallie Quieenberry, Diacritical Marks G. W. Wig ginton. Moral Duties W. K. Carson. Recitation Maggie Richardson. Our Aim I. C. Hoover. M. T. Westerfield. Penmanship Manual Training Carrie Lindley. J. L. Euioue, Pres. Alice Bowman, Sec'j Republic! Meetinic. Children have the poet's gift of porMJUitlcation. Their vivid Imagination endows everything with life, and they make companions of bird und tree, bush aud flower. A little tflrl was walking with her mother one day when they aw in hc grass tho flrt dandelion of spring. "Hun, pick It," said the mother. Tho child ran, but present ler-The wagon was bedecked with suu ly came back without St. "Where ami each member of the fine Is the dandelion?" asked the mother. I flower "Oh! 'answered the child, "It looked tourhorseteaui was dignified with and around their right at me and said; 'Please, little at their heads Helen, don't pick me. I want to , collars. Each of these merryhcarted stay right here.1 So I didn't pick girls wore one in her hair, one in her It." To her little sensitive heart belt, and carried one for her escort. the Impression was jut as real as If the flower had actually spoken the This bright collection of appropriately words. styled sunflowers drew rein at Car chlld who was A little fresh-ai- r son & Go's, store, where the gentlemen seeing the country for the first time, joined the happy crowd, and Mr. would throw herself upon the grass, Januj Hudson drove his gala troupe face downward, and foiullo and talk triumphantly through the streets and to each separate blndo as she lay reached the Springs about 9:30 o'clock there, und the sight of a growing flower would throw her Into an in high glee and as hungry as pic ecstasy of delight. One morning ulcers usually are. The young ladies she came stealing down ns soon as it had provided au ample lunch, cou was light. "Why didn't you sleep, sisting ot all the good things incident Bertha?" called the house mother as she heard the child coming down. to such occasions, which after adjusting their toilets, they spread for their "The leaves talked to mo and I looking guests, who did ample justice to the couldn't," answered Bertha, with eager ryes toward the open I substantials as well as the cake and door. eherberl. ot which they had a big sup A little boy stood with hushed ply. The delightful repast served to breath aud parted lips, listening wear ofT the fatigue of the long drive, eagerly to tho twitter of a robin in and they spent the remainder ot the the apple tree. "Don't make a noise," ho softly evening dancing, which was greatly said. "Birdie is telling a story to enjoyed, as time was short. theapplo-floivers." At 11 o'clock "Home, sareet home," A little girl was watching a gorgeous sunset, when with nwestruck was sung by the merry crowd au Mr. face she exclaimed: Hudson found his wagon load of hu"O mamma, God has opened Ills man freight ready to start, aud troe door and I can sec right Into to his trust, he landed them safely at heaven!" their homes, which they reached as Sho did not know that some poet jolly as when they started before her had likened tho flaming clouds to U10 "vestlbulo of heaven." INVITATIONS. boy was watching A Dr. White how would you like, of July To go to the Spriugs to morrow night? the Arc works on a Fourth evening. The full moon had just Mr. Carson what would you sav, arisen, and to more than one obTo going to the Springs on a load of server the sharp contrast between ha? God's work and man's was made If you go, don your best frock, strikingly apparent; but to Ernest For we make our start at o'clock the contrast was more than ho Mr. R.T.Collins on a hayride,we will could bear. Suddenly he exclaimed: "Auntie, I shouldn't think God And you must be our devoted bea u. would like to havo his pretty sky spoiled with smoke." So to prereuta jealous squall, To this Kctsoul the whizzing Put your hand on your heart, rockets and wheels and Itoinuu canAnd swear you love us all, lu comparison Mr. J. II. Williams, at the setting dles were us nothing with "God's pretty sky." Harriet of the sun, A. Farm ml, iu Chuutauquau, We start out iu search of fun, Aud as weexpect to beout rather GROWTH OF NEW WORDS. Jate. You must keep your tougue rattling How They Aro Gradually Adopted Into CvcryDa vLansuage. ata2M0g.ut. Tho growth of new words lu our M, Bean, please don't be mean. And say with this crowd you'll not be existing languages Is the safest juidc to tho origin of hmguago In seen, But be at tho gate and ready to start, genera, Such new words aro conFor in this picnic you must take tinually arising from day to day iu our midst. part. Just at first thoy uro usually imiMr, Duke if tho weather U clear tative or onomatopoeia and moro or To morrow cveniug won't find us hero less inarticulate. They are defiAnd if you will go with us under cient in vowels. The steam engine the tries You may eat and drink as much as hccnis to say to us; "P'f, pff, p'f;" tho cat bpctns to say to in- - 'P'rrr, as you please, p'rrr, p'rrr;" tho sound of a cannon Mr, Hardwick, if this town you ball ns it strikes tho ground we would like to leave. by "Th'd;M tho sound of a Come and join us on eve, lepresent gun we represent by 4'irng," Hut we are go For in the moon-lig- ht when wo como to use these hounds ing to bask, be gay will bo your familiarly as part of language wo And to talk and Wo soon grow to vocalize them. task, bay puff, putT, puff; pur, thud, bang. Mr. Carson wo are going to morrow, In proportion as we uso such To leave behind all care and sorrow, words in composition do they beAnd if you wish to be forever facome moro nnd more articulate aud mous less and less onomatopoeic, while ut Oh, come and go with us, Mr. Amos, the same timo they tend to becomo Mr. Moore, what do you think In widened and conventionalized Of going to the Springs to get a drink? meaning. At last when wo talk of Mr, Walker, wo waut a good talkwhizzing wheels, of a banging door, er. of giving a friend a putT in the paThis fact is very plaiu, pers or of dexterously booming a So to the Springs we will hie, now invention wo havo almost lost In the sweet by and bye, sight of onomatopoeia altogether. If it doesn't pour down rain. Even when we remark that the cat If you will joiu us Dr. Piitle, purrs or that wo distinctly heard a We will place a wreath of myrtle. loud thud at a distance wo uro On your brow and treat you right, scarcely conscious of Imltatlvo inOn our ride tomorrow night, tention. Longman's Magazine. Mr. Steven?, us you will delight, sun-tlowe- rs One of the crowning social events of the season was given August 10, by some of Hartford's merriest and most charming society home girls and visitors. The invitations were issued in a most unique style, each one be ing in rythni, tied with a bunch of hay. The?e were pi a ceil on a rustic tray and sent to .Carson it Co's, store for distribution among the fortunate gentlemen. Ceitaiuly our town can shew more talent in this line thau was known before this delightful event. The young man entered into a high glee, and the sport, as it may well be termed, of answering these invitations can more easily be iraag- (iued than described. Nor am I able to portray the anxiety and curt-oeit- y of the young ladies while await ing the arrival of the replies. These important missives, I have been for tunate enough to have made a col lee tion of. Mrs. Lon Walker's invita tion as chaperon ran thus: 41 When the evening shades begin to play, Over the hills, we'll hie away, At Sulphur Springs we intend to land, So come along and join the baud." Mrs. Walker sent the following ap propriate reply: "Your note thia moment came to hand, That you want a chaperon I under stand, And if the evening shades be fine, You'll find me ready and on time." The young ladies left Dr. Alexander's at C o'clock p. m,( one picsing the guitar and the rest joining in the soug, (union by the way, was composed by them for the occasion, with the exception of the chorus) which was, We arc all as happy as a big Sunflow J, L AmlerNJii mid family and Mim MiiiIh Widp returned to Owens-boi- u At to Monday, after a thitt friend? and relative 111 Kinderhook. Rev. 1 H. Teei will prated at AlexuiderScuoolhou-- e next Sunday hi o o'clock p. m. Everybody Invited to le Mhu MagiMtlU Like has returned horn Daviess county, alter a !iort vMt to frictu's aud rdaliw. T. L, Samlerfur ?jent lat week among lnends and relatives in Kiudtrhook uuA No Creek. Mrs. Maty Luidley, McLean couu-ty- , spent Saturday and Suuday at her mother'?, Mis Ellen Burnett 011 No Crock. Mr. S. T. Barrett and Mrs. Aiuuc Wallace, X" Creek, were united iu the holy Ixinds r.f wedlock lat Sun Sv at 10 o'clock a. in , at the itJ KcV. J. Jno F. Wallace B. Perrymau pronounced the woids that made them man and wife. Only a few special friend' were ini.cd. i May not n cloud rise to mar their is the wish of I).uY Dkam:. t. pu-KMi- dreof liap-pinrs- THE CHILD-POE- T. Llttlo Fooplo mid Thoir Donutlful Oltt of Imagination. Itrlen nud the Dandelion la the Ca1II Her-Uu- The Apple nff Trr Iatet The Vestibule of M.od' llrarii-Mr-rl- l'rrttf SkjV UESOUKCES. . $72,075.87 Loans and Discounts. Overdrafts, bccitrcd . . . 364- Overdrafts, unsecured . . 59t.1o Honc.uNviuii, Kv., Aug. 27, '94. Due from National Hanks 11115.58 To TUB HAKTtORD RK PUBLICAN ' Due from State banks and y to Hankers Lewis spoke here John 4559 a large and enthusiastic "audience. Ihutking house nnd lot . , 3,000,00 232 72 Although the meeting had only been Sjiecie 2,04 j.oo Currency had but lit Furniture nndl'ixluic3 . .1,50000 arranged on Friday and tic time lor publicity, yet there was a Current expenses . . . , K67 12 big crowd and they.wcie of the most f94,t39.2y substantial citizens of the county. LIAIIIMTIES. Montgomery's henchmen informed him of the speaking by telegram nud Gipitnl stock paid in, in caMi $25, 000,00 8,250.00 requested him to come over, which Surplus iuml profits 4,204,02 he did, aud asked for a dUision, of Undivided Due Depositors 5f57'.f7 time, which was refused on personal DueSt'tobanks&St'telk'rs 59.00 grounds, but the gentleman display Due National Hanks ,'. , 54.60 cd the old Democratic bulldozing f ou 139.29 tactics and declared he would speak Statu 01' Kkntuckv, ) ha nnd alter Mr. Lents was done he did County op Ohio, ) speak to a crowd of 35, and one to Johu H. Ihrnes, Cashier of Itcavcr have been just out side of the Court Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located House would hae thought that the ana c0;nK butiness in the town of entire Democratic party of the Fouith Heaver Dam,m said county,leing duly sworn, says that the foregoing reDistrict was iu there. port Is iu nil respects n Mr. Montgomery has certainly of the condition of the true statement said bank nt lost all honor or he is in the d:tch. the close ol business on the iBth day His own apiointuients fail to bring of June, l$94t to the best of his out the eopIc because his sjecchcs knowledge and belief, nnd further says are on a par with hU record as a that the business of said bank has been transacted nt the location namCongressman, aud the cople don't ed, and not elsewhere; and that the want to hear him. anil if he makes nboe rejwrt is made In compliance them on any other line they won't be with an official notice received from lievc him, because he publicly pro the Secretary of State, designating xMh day of June, 1S04. ns the claimed before the people of Hardin the on which such report day shnll be county that before he would vote for made. Subscribed and sworn to before me the tariff bill he would suffer both arms torn from his body. And in less by John II. Rimes, the 20th day of llKOOK, IS!- than one week he voted for the Clerk Ohio County Court. measure. It is no womler that the By Siikmiy Taylor, I). C j eoplc don'twant to hear hint. J. H. Hnki3, Cashier I When the people have lied two R. I IIockkk, Director. t years longer and Jno. II. Haknks, hac paid out two I V nHNAHI " hundred and ten millions of dollars to ' the HavcmcyerSugar trrt, they will have less use for Montgomery than they hae now. Of condition of the Free wool has cost the farmers of J Kentucky two hundred and sixty-fou- r thousand dollars this car and has Ol II reduced the price of sheep irom $4 to $ 75 per head and will fiuaily n ult in the extermination of one hmf d the sheep in America The promised tree trade stit down . 04U4 the manufactures of this country nnd Mcnlrafts. ve u"-- l 1,642.91 has thrown two and ahalf millions Otc'dralt. u eu cd from It ink . 7.763.35 I of people out .t. .1 ItniltMMU lm.Wi.;ittil . lnf of employment tK"4"4 Pile the commerce of the count n, filled 4 Kurnfttttt- - midi tvnm . . 3,000.00 1,000,00 strikes! C1M1 fit xh1i the land Aith tramps, r.)U-c. . . 8,690.13 , 66S.54 and riots, such ns tht world tins never lh;l s in Slit seen btforc, is Incentive tt anarchy, rUckb .tuji ltmd the cause ol hunger and and idleness, fS9.4iS.05 all brought about by demagogues I.IAIltUTIKS. who succeeded in making the people Capiial Stock s30.0oo.oo believe that the Rcpuplicati pirtY Due Depositors 52.839.71 was a set of robbers aud thieves and Due other Hinks 43". 17 Profit and Ioss account . . 4.9IS.I7 were robbing the people. Dividend No, 20 . . , , 1,200,00 It is no wonder the people do not want to hear Montgomery. $89,418.05 AM'IIA, S. K, COX, Pkkmdhnt. Glad of It. to-da- I .!. ( Jixne so,'94. ... , I T , i'xriimttni Ilitli, 81.50 round trip from Heaver Djiu to Dawson Suuday, Sept. 2, Special train will leave Heaver Dam at 8:10 a. in , arrive at Daw sou at 11:0 J a.m. Returning, leave Dawson nt 11:0 a, m. Tickets will ul.j be good to re turn on No. 0, Sept. b, 1804. KurG. A. H. I'ucnmpment nt Pitts burg, Pa,, Sept. 10th to irth, 18W, tickets will boon sale at Heaver Dnm 7, 8atid!),nt 8 Pi 10 September 5, for round trip, limited to two days each way with extreme limit till Hep WHEN YOU GO TO CJMXO.N 0WENSB0R0 C.Theo.Cain, For the finest ami Hott AriUtic Work, iny size or style. Frederica Si. , Utxccen )rda,ul Wi. Gm37 tenil)er25, I8D4. 61. dO round trip from Heaver Dam to Princeton .Sunday, Kept. 10, Spec. ial train will leave Heaver Dam at 7:10 a. m. Returning, leave Princeton at 11:30 p. in. Tickets will also be good returning on No, 0, Septem 17th. If. Mr.miH'K'. Get our prices on Job Wok before going elsewhere. br it in I ' ' 'I I I " II 'tYTf U U njlifli Tho people quickly recognio merit, and tliis tho reafou the eales of Hood's Sarsaparilla are continually increasing. Hood's is "on top." Fourth lllMlrli-t- , The Hon. John W. Lewis, Republican nominee for Congress, from the Fourth Congressional District will address the people at the following times and places: Shephcrdsvillc, Monday Sept. 3 at 1 o'clock p. m, West Point, Thursday Sept. rt, at 1 o'clock, p. in. Vine Grove, at night. Upton, Friday Sept, 7, at 1 o'clock p. in. Nolin, at night. ;liabethtown, Saturday Sept, 8, at t p. 111, Hardlnsburg, Monday Sept. io, at 2 j), m, Clovcrport, at tiiht. Hudsonville, Wednesday Sept, ia, at 1 p m. u 'means so much more than serious and 1 'fatal diseases result fronH "you imagine Poor Health mil. rt .w, i., w. aApla trifling ailments neglected. Don t play with Nature's greatest gift health. i Brown's Iron r I Bitters Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Cnnctlnntlnn wU....FHklW(l Malaria, Women's "I,111" rmir If)ouarefeellnr tiit i,u; 1 .. uL & lUei at onceuk- txn.l utl Me ttreiicihtnhiK 1 niriiicmc.'ttiiHnis Urow n Iron Mil. ttra. A lew lot. I lic no appcllle " uiiu ran ivoik, II IV th "7-bent- fit jDll!ll 10 Ukc.X j X It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles, Tim A DUa.I iuu uiuuu Nervous ailments complaints. 'Gluuicunc, ThuidaySept. I? 13, 12:30 1 m' Pordsvilje, Friday Sept, j 14". at at 1 1 P. 1" mm Hattford, Saturday p. 111. SeptSps, s 1 Get on! the Ktiiulnc It hat crossed red Hues 011 llie wraj her. All others are sub. receipt of two ac. stamps ue ,.,d ,et ol. ".' World's i H t unvrrn untMiwu iish len Butllul auu ooox iree. V.U, M Mclienry, at night, P-i- v t 17, '" BALTIMORE. MD M II j ui njflf Brandenburg, tMonday Sept. " ' at 1 COflT II QCUTtTT. utTuqcurrr. Kvcrybody invited to attend and hear the Issues of the day ably discussed. Conl, Conl. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAH sold my interest In the Johnson aud Mosely Coal Bank t6 Albert Rial and have opened nriother coal bank on the tartn of J. W. Reeks, three miles east of town. Send me your orders and I will jjuarantee you good coal. Respectfully, N. GAM,ACtKR I have VERMIFUGE n Has Ida Uf Worm Remedies. EVERY FO 20 YEARS BOnLE GUARANTEED. SOLO fleVKHYWHEltE. yrtw r KjfiKnaf Maicm co it. tons. L suited, u sfluTof bucon with dry iuturo ho will bo in Ohio, Breckcn-ridg- o ll theso will bo euten by n and tho counties in tho loucr sick person who would not want to "touch them if wt'll. Ono prlmo end of tho district, where I bespeak Most Auspicious Bogmuiug In cutcritif to sick people is for him, judging only from my limt of tho Fourteenth to bo neat about it, and serve things What the Eastern Counties of ited acquaintance in your section, as in " Year ot our daintily. Medical News. the District will do for Mr. J. K. Fogle Is having n large largo audiences as have greeted him School. addition built to his already commoTho Lait Dollar for a Dog. elsewhere. Lewis in November. y dious residence on the corner of I heard this week of a family who As special judge, Mr. Lewis has for nnd Walnut Streets. The work Hartford College opened Monday had about reached Its laxt dollar, weeks at a time, adorned tho bench is under the skillful management of morning with the largest attend nice and when that was spent would not Mr. Montgomery Sized up in of our judicial circuit. As a member Mr. Henry Armendt and is progressof home and boarding student in its know whence ito draw another. It Good Style and his Weakof the Constitutional Convention he ing rapidly. was only ono out of a hundred simihistory. No les3 than thirty-fiv- e stuwas the peer of any man on the floor, lar cases which .tho hard times had ness Pointed Out. Beaver Dam Seminary opened Tues- - dents from abroad have matriculated brought to light, but it bad a feathough by a decision as infamous as it r ...... ...1 . C this week and fifteen more are expect.tilt It m. nnlln!. ture wholly Its own. So depressed was wholly unsupported by law, he 8UCCCSS' A IarSc number of students ed next week. and miserable woro theso people, AS 11STKKF.HTINM COM MlWICATieX was finally denied his seat to which he b The following is the list! and patrons were present ntthc open accustomed to n better condition of was elected. Reaver Dam affairs, but latterly mi their uppers, ing exercises ard everybody was de- Alva Taylor . . Leiianon,Ky, Aug., 27, 'Of. Hi is an accomplished lawyer nnd O McMurray . Spring Grove lighted with the new addition to the T that they went forth and bought a As the official organ of the Repub- advocate V K Morton . . by thorough education nnd dog! As ono of them said, with more ( Ccntutown house and the showing for a fine C I Armendt . Sulphur Springs pathos than reason, iu excusing tho lican party, I addess you, asking you large experience, and a scholarly school purchase: "We wore so unhappy. M to lay before the Republicans of tho gentleman. Irene Roberts j . Niagara Dr. Fred Hale. Owcnsboro. and Mrs.Maggic Simmons Hostou Herald. district, through your columns, someDrakesboro Ho should be elected, and if ReRev. W. D. Cox, Whitcsvillc, are thing ot tho campaign on which our Miss IdaStuatt . . . . . Yost publicans do their duty ho will he. A Teacher Meeting. conducting a very successful tent R . . T Ross County The Teachers of the Rosine Magis-tcri- candidate for Congress, Hou. John X meeting at Concord. The religious R I, Pirtlc County District met at Rosine, August W. Lewis, has so hopefully entered. feeling is profound and the work of O To Whom It M A Concern. Mr. Lewis has thus far spoken in II Riggs Olcnvillc 25i 189J1 and owing to the lateness of frV the spirit effective Many have been C IS Ruby All persons indebted to me by note Olcnvillc the arrival of some of the teachers the the counties of Washington, Nelson, converted and quite a number have Ilcssie Maddox . . , . or account are hereby notified to set. Mc Henry Association did not begin work until Taylor.Green and ullitt,and has been tle same joined the church. About thirty were at once with my legally apLillic Barnes County in the afternoon. greeted by largo crowds wherever baptized at Mr. P. W. PJrtle's on pointed agent, Mr. A. CA Ellis, and Oma Williams County p. in. the house was called to ho has spoken. In his old home At Monday evening and another baptiz.. save cost. Very respectfully, , , South Carroll ton order by the Vice RI.cc Drake, at Greensburg where ho was raised President. ing is to be lieluTSuudny. A. B, BAiRb, M. D. 24t Kva Taylor' Reaver Dam The Secretary then called the roll, he had such a magnificent ovation K O Rhoads Metropolis 111 showing the absence oF several memtendered him aa was never before Arsenic and quinine are dangerous Sam II Hcavrin Owcusboro bers. seen in the Pennyrile District. drugs to accumulate in one's system, , F II Heavirn , D. II. Godsey being absent, go6(K "The Green county will give him a good and it is to be hoped that theso poisOscar B Heavriu Owensboro Object of Teachers Meeting"'was asV majority, Taylor will do likewise and ons, as a remedy for ague, have bad Amanda Story . . . (ilenvillc signed to J. N. Likens. He thii,. !. tui, unless all signs fail he will carry this, their day. Aycr's Ague Cure is a - . V! . iMngara Hugh Roberts , . ( cmei object or the meeting is to jn in- Truman Woodward Marion county, by a small majority sure antidote for the ague, is perfectcome familiar with tli- - ,i:rAM... . and Washington is sure to give him a ly safe to take, and is warranted to A P Taylor Westerfield of teaching. Superintendent Z. H. rousing majority. ' Thus you see this cure. T C Slack Uniontown ShulU being present gave an inter- end of the district will do its duty. Floyd Wyatt G. Curdsville esting talk on the same subject. He jWl"'. r. County TJ Morton thinks the regular attendance of the In 'Congressional elections the nor- Dr. Price's Crean Baking Powder World' Pair KlctMst Medal and Diploma. M II Kecle mal Democratic majority in Marion Port Koyalfenn teachers denotes an object other than. Herbert Roberts Niagraa a pecuniary one. county is about four hundred. Iu a No re. BEDA. Curdsville m& year like this one, of devastation and "Why Teachers Fail" waa clkr-tu- i During the camp meeting at Sul- Harvey Pruden Aug. 28. Mr. Ed Williams and f Stithton by G. W. Miller nnd others. phur Springs, thcKcv. U. S. Tabor's J C Hoskiuson wife are in town the guests of a4& Mr. ruin, resulting from Denocrafic inY R B Settle Vine Grove Miller says there is a bible was misplaced. Bro, Tabor lack of a thor-- , competency and legislation, in a year J. N. Ford and family. Howes Villey ough knowledge of seemed to labor under the idea it had J CPirtle the subjects to be when all men are crying out, "what Miss Forenco Green, of McLean Mr Neafus Vine Grove taught and the teacher been stolen. He made the statement docs not un- shall we do to be saved," it would county, is visiting Mr. L. D. Bennett ( derstand the disposition of the pupil. hardly be considered a herculean known to his sister who apparently tak and family this week CABS IN THIS COUNTRY. Mr. John Barnard thinks one is a very devoted Christian, claiming reason 10 wipe out that majority. Coupled Mr. Elijah Mosely is visiting in this siuctificatiou. His sister, who is a Women Patronizing the Hansoms Not way teachers f ul is they are not punct-ua- l. with the foregoing is the fact that town y, tho guest of Lindsey Particular About the Quality. He thinks the teacher should married lady, was heard to say that gi eat opposition to Mr. Montgomery Bennett. have come Into their practice a her brother left his bible in care of loving disposition exists iu this county. Never very R, P. and W, C. Bennett attended a certain oung minister, and was al- own ugaln, aud the hosts of women toward each pupil, W. M.' uitm strong with our people, he has sucwho drop up to town for a day's thinks the meeting at Concord Sunday the teacher should always ceeded so heard to intimate that this young in the distribution of patron- night. shopping this weather are generous ( study the lessons assigned the puclergyman stole her brother's Bible. patrons of the hansom cab, says tho pil. age in weakening himself in the coun Jacob Shaver lost a fine mare SatJohn B. Taylor savs the m The writer being personally interested Vniv Vni'le Rim Tf Iu n nlh Imw. tcaclcrs fiil is a lack of consecration ty, in a manner certainly wholly un- urday night. wishes to announce that the report is ever, that they are not more gen- - , locked for by him. Particularly is W. A. Caraon and wife will go to entirely groundless. He further wish crallv cmnloved bv men. Women tu u,L,r this so of the Lebanon precinct, which Owensboro Wednesday and retuin Mr. John B. TnIor then gave es to make known to the public that tiro less lastUllous in matters or an the lost or stolen Bible was not left in physical comfort nnd are careless interesting talk on "The Reading polls about one third ot tho votes of Thursday. the county. Out1 school will begin his care but was in care of another about exacting tho uso of rubber I Circle." Monday tires. In London no cabby could Tho CllVtlurtt- f -nit party. I write this little notice be...Mjvwu, rerceniage" was I This was . shown by the overwhelm- - with Prof. U. C. Barnett as teacher. . ma. earn bis salt who rattled and banged openril by W. T. I ing majority given Air. Murray, a He is an enterprising young man and cause I feel divinely impressed. Sanders. 11. a rare over mo stones uie way mey , prrm.,i.. , would further add that people start- do in New York. Even the shabbiest yf ,le. never ,IM his stu man totally unknown to our people, in we hope he may have a good scboel. tbe Lebanon precinct over'Mr.Mont-gomer- y ing such slanderous reports should public vehicle on Piccadilly or tho dents to study the rulej, Gknkual Roust Aijout. "Diacritical Marks".W.M.Ukens know whereof they speak. I would Strand has rubber ringed wheels, in tho primary, when he, Mr. 1 not have noticed this little report had while it Is n difllcult task to find ono an John C. Barnard. Mr. Barnard Montgomery was personally known Uncle Dick Williams, of Heflin, Ni;W TINE TABLE begins with his primary class It not been flying all over the com- in tho long line of carriages fringing to to every raau in the precinct. was a pleasant caller at our office teach diacritical marks. munity. I want to add a word of ex- Madison and Union squares. The mule trade brings thousands Monday. When tho manager of one of tho An issay or: "The Teachers' Duty" hortation. This sister will please reof dollars each year to Marion county. bl cab companies was questioned was next icad by Mollie Tunstall. Our old lricnd, Mr. J. V Tichenor, member that if any class of people The destruction of tho sugar interest about this fact ho said the expense 'Primary Reading" was intmdtiiH. Point Pleasant, made us a pleasant need bearing up by the Christians it Involved made It impracticable. in'Louisiana means tbe ruin of the So common at this souon, la a serious ed by Miss Sti&an Monroe, call while in town Wednesday. is a young minister. May the party who gave mule trade in this WT.ST. "It costs,' he continued, "from an condition, lUble to lead to dliaatroua county. The re iiiteretinff talk. or parties who started this report, seventy-flv- o to one hundred dollars 8, 1894,4:35 P- - m reaulte. It U aure atgn of declining KPI'KCTIVKAPKII peal of tbe two cents bounty and Marriage license: S. T Harnett to A motion was then made nnd . which is w ithout any evidence of to put rubber tires on a four-whehealth tone, and that the blood Is Im. , 11:48 a. in. Mrs. Annie D. Wallace, Robert L No. 5, Mail . . of the 4O per onded to elect John B TaylorTeach-e- r the substitution truth, go down upon their knees be- er, whllo the extra circumference poverished a,nd Impure. The beat and . . . 11:25 p.m. Kverly to Miss Myrtle Wallace. No, 7, Lim. Kx. ot the Reading Circle. He was duly cent ad valorem duty means higher most aucceaaf ul remedy la found In fore Almighty God and confess unto allowed for two wheeled carts and . 4.35 ? m- No. 31, (Local) . sugar to the consumer and less to the him and He u ill abundantly pirdon. hansoms brings tho cost up to some- elected visiMiss Bcttic Crabtree, uho J' thing like fifty to sixty dollars. And KA5T. During an intermission for recess producer, and fifteen dollars per head L. Makti.v. ted Miss ttlva Morton last week, reonly with the most careful driving the books . . . 12:50 p. m. No. 6, Mall . . wcie distributed among less for mules.- - This state of facts is turned to her home at Panther Saturnnn 4 linen ilna Kr trtnrln ir lncf nwuf ww . . 3:25 a " i w" the numbers of the State Reading charged up against Mr. Montgomery No. 8, Lim. Kx T itt:ii:it ham. day. Mrs B. P. Keegau returned home , a year and a half. Reckless Jehus, Circle. A vote was taken to hold . . . . 5:54 a- - m. No. 32, the also, and be will not receive a voto Which make rich, healthy blood, and 1. , The Hartford and Beaver Dam Kid Saturday from a weeks vis It to friends' ","'',w next meeting at Mt Olivet II. MmtftiCK, Agt, Beaver Dam. of a mule dealer or of a mule dealer's .' mg ui running iiiuii wuueisbiuuwuys thua gtree atrength to the nerree, elas, Teams played another game here Sat- in Paducah. The following program was then friend in Marion county. ticity to the musclea, vigor to the brala against sharp street car rails that and health to the whole body. la Miss I.csta Hays has returned to cut the rubber like a knife. Fkihav, August 31, 1894. urday and maintained their reputaarranged: Meeting to be called to Thus far in the campaign Mr, Lewis truth, Hood' SarMparUU tion for good ball playing. The score her home in Rochester. It Is discouraging1 tho manager order at 9 a in. has conflued himself to the tariff enfilled his regular added, "to try to Improve cab serv-ic- o returned to Louis- was 16 to 18 in favor of Beaver Dam Miss Lilla Bain! Rev. I. II. Teel Welcome Address W. M. Likens. tirely. It 13 a business condition, and in New York. Women are tho ap)ointment at Central City Sunday. ville Response H. C. Crowdcr. not a theory which confronts ug, tbe Win, Brown, who shot you n;r Petty most generous patrons of hotel upThe R. E G's were very successful School management to page 48, Mrs. Dr. J. C. Hoover and Miss a end Miss Willetts some two weeks district and the country, aud he has town conveyances, and thoy seem to Hunter,PlcasantRidge,nre in town. ago, while young Petty was in with their exercises and cream Satur lack all senso of selection in tho by class. addressed himself to that. Notwithday night. Be aure to get Hood's and only Hoo4a noon'. matter. If two hansoms stand sldo standing (hat heretofore tbe discusMiss Klla McBeath, of Leitchfitld, Brown's watermelon patch, was tried Miss Bessie Hocker leturned to Recitation by pupil from Win, Liby a feeble-lookin- g Haaet'a PIHs are purely sion: of economics aud policies baa fectly aarmleu, always reliable vegetable, perwas the guest of Miss Mary Cox at Fordsville Monday before Esquire her home in South Carroll ton Tues- by side, tho ono drawn aud beaettcUL beast and 0 very bolt rattllutf kens school. a. Bowling and acquitted. T.rrr:; s V Wednesday. day. School Grading will stand equal chances with a R, A. Byers, Miss been considered dry and tedious, the itji evils of the hour have clothed them Agents Wanted! Miss May Rogers, of the Liberty smooth running cab, having a sleek Alice Plutuiner and G W. Miller. 2SKS5ke, Mr. G. T. Westerfield, McIIenry, Mr. I. Ham Miller, of Beaver Dam, with the interest to the common peoFolk Lore to page 700, by class. made us a pleasant call while in town will move to town soon and assist neighborhood, spent last week in animal In tho shafts. Of course, If VITAL. QUESTIONS OF THE DAY ryesterday. Paper Miss Susie Monroe and J. ple not before felt. It may well be his father in the butcher business. in town, the guest of Miss Cliflle Gray. New Yorkers want rubber tires they Political Revolution of '92. Crisis of sick can have them," he concluded, "but N Likens. Mr. J. II. Nave has been very said in addition that the command "X compmceting is in progress near Mr. T. Jahn will take the position 93 and '94. BaUlcs for Bread. this week, but is now much better. you must remember Englishmen ing eloquence of Mr.Lewis,bi8 earnest, General Business of Association Strikes, the Unemployed. Victory, but we have not heard with with J. W. Ford & Co. made vacant know a lot moro about comfort than Mr. Owen Williams, of Hartford, by Mr, WesteifieUTs resignation. plain and pleasing presentation of the Great Labor Issues of the present and Americans, and won't bo put off or by the Committee. what success. spent Sunday here, the guest ol hii fooled oven iu tho smallest details." The The Association adjourned at 4 question 'gains him large crowds and the future. TarifT Legislation. s A brakeman on the O. & N. RailSilver Question. What Protection aunt, Miss Dora E. Gibson. The work of putting down the o'clock to meet at Mt. Olivet, Sept. ready listeners. He is making a does for the American Workman. road by the name ot Sidney Fletcher j pavement on Union Street is progMARRYING IS A PANIC. Messrs, Richard Blankenship aud IS. 1894. magnificent canvass aud in tbe near What Free Trade does for him. A was killed Monday evening at Ow- Byron Austin are drilling a well on nicely. ressing One of the Follies Into Which Girls book for the hour. Everybody wants John P. Taylor, Vice Pies. ensboro while attempting to couple Dr. W. T. McKenney'slot. Have Fallon. it. Price only $1.50. Sells at Sight. Attorneys H, P. Taylor, P. L. Felix cars. He was Hhrown under the Mom.tr Tunstall, Sec,y Awarded Most liberal terms to agents. Send In tho early part of her girlhood a Miss Nellie Young, of Rockport, Herald please copy. and M. L.ileavrinandSheriiTStevcns wheels and horribly mangled and onfor circulars or 20 cents for agent's Fmlr. HigbMt Kmn-WK- kl'i woman Is apt to think ull she has to is spending a few weeks in town. Fordsville Monday, went to outfit at once. P. W. Zieglkr & Co., ly lived a short time. Those on the sick list are: Misses do Is to wait and nmuso herself In 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.4t3 The Chinese Laundry Ticket. the Interval; that tho futuro holds Mrs. J. R. Crawford returned to Last week Tim RnwiiMCAN con- Fanny Barnes, Mabel Sweatte, Lottie tho fairy prlnco who Is sure to accompanied by vOwensboio Probably not ono person in a thoutained an advertisement ofa steer that MidkifT, Nannie Weller, aud Mrs. II, present himself sooner or later, and her mother, Mrs. S. M. Baird. sand understands tho truo interprehad strayed and in three days the D. Hunt and Mrs. J. T, Martin. thut ho will bo all that sho would Mrs. Lon Black, of Horton, is here havo him bo. She has mado up her tation of tho Chinese laundry Miss Mabel Hubbard, who has been party to whom he belonged, Mr. Elias e of her sister, Mrs. I. mind what ho is to bo like, and what ticket. spending the summer in Chicago, will Farmer, had recovered his property at the Tho Celestials have n systom of must bo his various qualifications, And' was happy. It pays to advertise T, Martin. in a few days. return home their own. It is based on tho many and sho oven chooses mentally tho Mr. R. P. Hocker aud wife attendin Thk Rkpuhucan. gxls and goddesses of tho laundry. Mr. D, M. Hocker, Republican cancolor of his oyes aud his' general aped church at Liberty Sunduy. Although the system Is a very cornmade didate for County Court Clerk, On pearance. night the students Sho Is so suro of her tiliiiitnrl nun iilrli Several of our young men attended IiAa o frltlnnaA while In town yesterday. us a call and faculty of Hartford College will I'ord's show at Hartford Monday ' Juturo, nnd that the "right man" will aumlryinun ,U.Hvcr a ,MW.kn0 o( ..- Miiiiiiv iiui. in ! iiiiiiiiiirii ni'ii t niir. uiin ' Miss Minnie Robertson, of Decatur, give an ice cream supper for the ben- night. ""',lt tlrt " "rr-- rr : nvADnnf ' washm to tho wrong person. Fur rtv r Sin. Fklarii Is Etitj Style efit of the Scientific Class. Besides thermore, If tho ticket Is lost tho Ala., who is visiting relatives 'in the Mr. Levi Whlttaker, of Rochester, maiden this it will be a reunion of the pres- spent Saturday and Sunday iu town. suitors, nnd remains "in sudden- chances aro that you will not get Wednesday. county, was in town I9"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged meditation fancy freo" until your linen, unless you bo a particuof the College, ent and MOST PERFECT MADE. Several young ladies and gentleA SPECIALTY. ly sho realized tho awful fact that Mrs. Alice Murphy, who was so together with the friends ol the instilar friend of tho proprietor. In- A pure Grape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free men from Caneyville, attended the the years aro passing, and thut her 108 Main Street. severely shocked by a stroke ot lightstances are on record where an from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, tution. The occasion promises to be "chances" aro becoming lessened, American has gone to court to forco 37m6 OWENSBORO, KY ning Sunday morning, is improving. a nfost pleasant one and everybody entertainment Saturday night. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Prof K. R. Ray and wife have de- and that tho fairy prlnco Is a mlrago tho Chinese to yield up tho washing, Dr. A. R Byers, Olaton, and W. should attend. after all. It Is then that the aver ago but the judge was not convinced that clined housekeeping and are board woman will, tn nlno cases out of teu, tho ease of tho white man was a P, Render, ol Point Pleasant, were in Wednesday a week ago A. .M. ing at the Cottage Hotel. tako tho first avallnblo caudlduto good one. town Tuesday and made us a pleasant School opened Tuesday morning Miles and wife, of Fordsville, caused that oiTors, rathor than remain uncall. The Chinese, lauudrymau at the a disgraceful disturbance in the school with a large number of both patrons married. Her family expects her to beginning of each week makes out a and pupils present. Rev. Teel con- marry; sho Is brought up to no occuMr. T. O. Baker, of Careen & Co , at that place by attacking the teachof clrcks, In duplicate, to be SplenOPPOSITE TEXA8 DEPOT. pation; what tho world will say sho batchas wash BEST FARE. will leave on the ioth of next month er, Prof. Stum, and one of the trustees, ducted devotional exercises. used tickets. Ho selects for Kansas City, Mo., to remain a few a 'Mr Brown. A wayward boy of Mr. did talks of encouragement were has been accustomed to consider tho name of some god or goddess, or So rather than run tho given by teachers and visitors. All y weeks, Idlest, had brtn chastised, very of some object, as the sun, the moon are jubilant over the new building chances of remaining single, sho or. tho stars. To this nume ho pro-fixThe offenders and are preparing to do grand work. the teacher. elects to unlto herself for hotter or Teel, of Beaver Dam, Rev. I. H. No. 1," a number, as were arrested and their trial set for Attyr. for worse to some comparative "Moon, No. 2," and ''Moon, In tho NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES .KEPT. THE PATRON will p reach at Alexander SchooMiousc so on, September 8. The peace and dignity stranger, who may betitterly uucon-genia- l, spaco between AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. next Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. of our schools must be maintained. the two legends for Tbe Colored Ncliool tho match being simply tho generally are invited, The public Opened in Hayti Monday morning, the signs uro repeated twice hobos So let the guilty be punished. result of a panic N. Y. Tribune. his own name, as. for Instance, n August 20, with Prof. P. A. Gary Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Cox celebrated 'Wall Leo." Dainties for the Sick. Last Friday evening the Misses Principal and Miss Mary Brown Astheir daughther, Isabelle's, birthday Barbour entertained a few friends When a customer tukes a bundle at sistant, There were a great many In providing dainties for sick Wednesday evening. Quite a number washing. to tho laundry the the residence of Dr. Alexander in a of the patrons present. There were people it should bo remembered that of first (.oaring a ticket in two In of little folks were present and a pleas royal manner. The young ladies had several preachers present Revs. sweet things are seldom as tempta ragged fashion, puts ouelmlf on nnt evening spent. . invited a few special friends and Robinson, of Bowl ing Green; Bloomer, ing to tho sick as they would bo if tho packet for reference, the other tho person wero In health. Tart half he gives as n receipt io the perMr, Sam T Barnett, a prosperous about 8 o'clock tbey gathered in the of Beaver Dam; J, H. Rly, South ri. jolly or son who hu brought tho puckago of sweets, such us crab-appl15. Richey, of Lexington, and young fanner, and Mrs. Anna' Wal parlor where sweet music was renderj T fc I I I current jelly, uro generally accept- laundry. It must be preseuted when HftJ H)oAKaBCtnBAaBioPDWDBalIaofaliw'TfoaadUMbcat! I U and various games were indulged Revs. Green Phipps and Win, John-solace a most estimable lady, both of ed able, but strawberry preserves or tho laundry Is demanded, and no Ll A)mwljpw$mAvioUwmit (OmM4 . . . . Uakaaaplacaabor thereat of Hartford. All of thern gave jelly will sicken. Thoy belong to No Creek, were married at the home in, after which refreshments were fears need bo entertained that the Ha foar geanlea win r par of Mr. J. F.Wullace on last Sunday, served to the satisfaction of all. The good talks. There were sixty-on- e As a general tho cloying sweets, aWi-ciowUmiwIUiitoU; Misses Barbour have been spending pupils to begin with and we have thing salty things tusto best to tbo package of clean clothes will not bo , . TtUMwho uaaQ.0. B. P. OmiL) Rev. J. B.:Pexrymn pronouncing the. ul ForaoocwUIr-rfollo- v forthcoming, for the Chlncrfo are the words that made two happy hearts the summer here and have made started off very nicely and everyone convalescent; a weak bouillon, scrupulously exact In theso matters, beat as one. Tub Rkvubmcan extends many friends by their kind and court- seems well pleased wth the managerather salt, or a bit of ntco, sweet and seldom or never inuko mistakes. congratulations. eous treatment to all. ham, with somo butter toast tasting ment of the school, Patron, Ladie9 Home Journal. I d of tho salty buttr, z egg tajBHpjLEK flHHMHjflVHft raabaHkjppjpH SWEEP ii CLEAN Mr. A. P. Taylor cntcied Hartford College Monday, having icslgued his position ns Deputy Clerk, He has made a very efficient officer during his Incumbency. A GRAND OPENING. Well toast-Hi- LEBANON. roq-ulsi- That's what we must do now not next week,or next month Mul-lerr- sweep ouif 50 VClsyN'l The Fall Goods that have been ordered for cash, must have room. Wg ... al 013 present toe (JleanI ........ 1 a33JJiV fiiv.r !&' All goods oii our shelves must be sold at once. Prices cuts For Sale. but little figure. Terms reasonable. Eor formation apply to A. One hand piano. second l I , 1 hIvs (Jlean! lb IrtfordV Ky. 1 1 Ellis, .... ..... tfW un$ r? Here and now can he found bargains in nil Summer , Goods. I Two-wheele- rs B0. 0. ". ftp Sweepers for (J&sfr r I ... Tired Feeling HOOD'S That , "y ... Sarsaparilla to-da- y KI-l- Makes the Weak Strong:, v.-T:-,- :.i:r: Cox-eyis- to-da- bed-sid- am M Dlt CAXiIjON Jteitlor, ui BAKING POWDffl Tit LtiiigPbtograjk past-student- s t fCranees Hrofl: Owensboro, Kentucky. prop-eriy,b- Rates Reasonable. Proper. Chl-uob- c. QUAKERCITYBAKING POWDER Par-rollto- n; o u, fiTrewvissfisasr0. aarr; JKoa-aatafUrit, lniinrirrnMrrirrrifcrrirf scf!-hoUo- w!i S fc 'T jriJB Hartford Republican 1'iuiMY, AuniTsr 3tt 1804. All other manufactures not specially provided for- rartiiri' nf tnltt Valiiftil at Airntn tur tound or f- i'rcclo'is stones flie new Tariff and Income Tax. (Continued from 1st page.) Valued nbotafttrnta Per pound, 40 Manufactures or ntner efteia hie (liter, except flax, hemp or Valued lefts. i less...., Ktfff .......IM.P1 ot alcohol I'rimv Jul o or prune uIim GnntAliiliitfnot inorutlian 09.10 centof altohol GlntreTftle Hhd plncer beer or colored, In plain, Kiccn mnlitoil nr iirccttii i!lftl txttlp Ontalnlnireiicli not more than li-94 of n Containing more than M or a pint each anil not more than ..., 1U6.W at ft cents per pound or ... .. ...... abve A cents per pound, ool.n 4U iwM Goods. 8CIIEDHLK llcr Ct.97 t pint.. SO tion . In plain, preen or colored Rlaaa bottle Containing not more than 1 pint. 22.68 Ooniafnliiif more than 1 pint and . 1W not nioruthnii 1 quart OtlivrnNriliaii In such bottles, or In Imtt'fi containing more Other uli limn in such bottles or In uch omucs containing more than i pints rach Mineral waters and all Imita 1)4 pints. . . 00.30 80 20 , otiieraminait, 62.60 Shoddy... ), Yams, woolen and at not more than 00 cents 278.M per pound Valued at more than 30 and not moro than 40 cents per pound, .118.79 Valued at more than 40 cents per lfCit Inund woolen or worsted-Valat not moro than a) cents 163.09 per pound Valued at more than Hi and not moro than 40 cents per pound. 1U.M Valued ahote 40 cents per pound W.W Valued at more than jo and not more than 40 cents per pound, .150130 per Valued At above 40 cent worsted-Valued Manufaoturoaoomposeil wholly or In part of wool, worsted, the hair of the camel, goat, alpaca or 10 Cut, bulnot ret provided hcl. and nut , .& . for.. ..... i i Imltatlotm of, not mJ, composed of pasto or iilasH. not exceeding ,. 10 ' Inch (n dlmeukloiis Diamonds and other precious stone, nntfth or uncut free Leathcrand manufactures of , 10 Bend or belting and sole Calfskins, Japanned Calfskins, tanned or tanned and d re wed ,20 Pianoforte and pianoforte Action - And imitations 2ft ,,, ,,,, isj 2ft 10 "tixpvrlence haa ttitight mc that manufactures are now as necessary to our Independence uh to our comfort." when tho net was passed fifteen of tho lliirty-nlusigners of tho constitution of the United States. JciTomm said lu lin: u 9P JUiV-X- 'STV Ti. ."'i. V-- v. "XX P" u , i.oiukvii.m:,!'. i.oiiin ' muikihim: in kVKKtrr Nov. .'-'WKJlTI.OlINl). . .ri;x, h.k i. mat Dsllj. . m. 37 p. in. 9,'il p. m. V 46 p. m. Obority, PilU will rviluco your Vc!BlitlMiUMFANJ5NTLa (nun fa . JVk .lilly f.v, !oiilivttle..M wTmi IN. hit ....UTTi. 80 00 40 40 .... ued to 86 40 Oft 40 Tannetl, but mtflu!ihed 10 bklnt, cliAiiiols or other, txwk binders calfskins, kangaroo, sheep and gnat sklnc, dressed 20 and tlnUhed,. Upper Iratht r, dref ed. Including , patent, enameled And Japan ned leather, dressed or un dressed and rlnlshed.,,,.,.,,, 20 All leather not specially pro Med ,,,,,, 10 for 2ft Boids and s)ucs finished., ... ........ leather.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hklne for morocco ,.,.,,,, 10 U 0 20 21 10 85 ,,(,,,,,,,, 20 20 ,,,,.,,, 20 than quart.,. 1 . exccfdlni; $1 r pound. ........ K155 4ft Valued atowrfl ior pound. ,,,i CO Thread on spools, 1U0 Ards on 44.30 ,, .W.38 each iool Cloth Not exceeding to threads to the a-square Inch, counting the-warmid filling ' llatsoiwool Not bli ached, dcd, colored, at not more than 80 centa I Valued stained, painted or printed, , 86 per pound (iK cents or less per valued at 0.83 Valued at more than 30 and not 41.65 square )ard... more than 40 cents per pound. .100.33 allied at 9 centa or Dleachtd, , -- J.fll 14.80 Valued at more than 40 And not les er square yard more than 60 cents per pound. .1043 D)ed, colored, stained, (tainted Valued at more than 60 cents per printed, alutd at - cents or 67.30 40.63 pound... 3.54 orlcsiiterwiuaro yard Flannels for undemear Exceeding Aland not exceeding Valued at not more than 30 cents 100 threads to the square Inch, ,, fH.wj per pound., ,.,, counting the warp and Ailing t Valued At room than 30 and not Not bleached, d)ed, colored, more than 40cents per iound. .100.61 stained, pnlnted or printed, Valued at more than 40 and not valued at bK cents or less per more than 60 centa )er pound. .10&! 40.83 S7JS fcquaro )anl. Weighing over 4 ounces per Bleached, Milued nt 9 tents or square yard 90.54 47.79 . 7.88 lets pertquare jard. Dress goods, of which the D)od, colored, stalneil, painted, warp comiats wholly of cotton centa or printed, valued at 43.57 or less per wiuare yard 868 or other vegetable of materials, with the remainder the fabric Not exceeding VM threads to composed wholly or lu part of the Hiuare huh, counting the . wool or other animal Unrnnnil flllfiiff Valued at not exceeding 1ft centa Not bleached, djed, coloreil, 93.93 atalncd, painted or printed, al tT wiuare ard Valued At above 15 cents per centsper square ued at merCf 2ft ov.w yard miunru jnru ,,, Weighing over 4 ouncea ner nieached, alued at oter 9 centa 103.84 square )ard... 33 25 Ier square ard uonjposeu wnouyorinpartor Pied, coloreil, stained, painted wool worsted, the hair of the or printed, nlued at oer 12 camel, goat, alpaca or other ani33 80 cents ier wiuare i e.nl Kxceedlng l(U and not exceed mal Weighing over 4 ounces per Jng 1&0 threads to the square square jard 87.14 Inch, counting the warp and , KJ9.U9 All others Other clothing, ready made, and Not bleached, dyed, colored, etalned, painted or prlnted,val articles of w earing apparel (except knit good), made up or cents or less ier ued at ,, 3.71 n i anu iaci urea wnoiiy or in yard 891 Kiuare part. P0.33 Not bleached, d)cd, colored, Felts not woven tu.09 stained, painted or printed. aU IMuhes and oilier pile fabrics. ,,105.09 Utd at ocr 7,4 cents per square , V0 40 Cloaks, or other outside garvard Bleached, alued at TO cents ments for ladles and children's , 49.S9 apparel 81.23 85.65 or lets iter square ard ebbing, goring. Bleached, alued atoer lOcents upenderH, , 40 83 etc.. w rought by hand, or braid I r square j ard ed oy machinery, which are Ded, colored, stained, rnlnted 93.83 or printed, valued At U)i centa elaatieor ,.. 48.76 378 Carnetsand nonelastlc rugs OObft or less lequare janl Kaxony, Wilton and Touruay Bed, colored, stained, pniuted , OP.&ft or printed, valued at ocrl-- J vehct carpets, Oft 40 ents perbqtinro ard Brussels carpet 81X0 Kxceedlng rOand not exceedtl vets and tajestry elvet caring 30 thnads to the sou a re pets, printed on the wnrp or Inch, counting the warp ami All otherwise 71.86 lng Tapestry brutteK printed on warpor otherwise Not bleached, dyed, coloreil, 77.97 Treble, ingrain, three ply and all stained, painted or printed, chain Venetian carets. ....... 63.05 valued at 8 cents or less per 67.35 tquare lard... ool. Dutch and two ply in 45.71 Same, Anlued atoer8 centsper 64.74 gralncariits ,,,,,,,, 4ft square yard,,, Drugeets and hocklngs, printed, 8ft , 82.57 colored or otherwise Bleathid,aluedat lOcents jh.t hCHKDVLi: I Cotton Manufactures. Cotton, manufactures of Vnlnml nt lint i ft dlllff 2j centl 5.C0 80.03 ... pcrpout.d Valued at ner 23 and not ex- 42.60 01.13 cmllng 4U cents per pounu SVnlnod nt Arr ill And II Ot X 4ft cvtdinicM cent per pound,.,.. 0.17 Valued at our to and not ex- 4ft 48.M roedlngtiU cents per pnund Valued nt mcr Go and not ex- 45 60,19 circling TO cents per pound Yiilued at ocv TO and not ex 4ft 49.W M rent per pound tet ding Valued at oterW) cents and not 4ft - 82.2H pound W.UV All knit wearing apparel am omer manuiaciurea not specially provided for Valued at not more than OOcents 159.60 per pound Valued at more than 30 and not more than 40 cents per pound. ICftO Valued at aboo 40 cents per , 67.03 pound Blankets Valued at not more than 30 centa tVUS per pound.,,, Valued ut more than 00 and not more than 40 cents per pound.. 100 Valued ut more than 40 and not more than fiO cents per pound, .103L00 Valued at more than 60 cents per WL33 pound.. Knit fabrics-Valat not more than to cents iMf tiniind. ...... ................ " Valued at more than Ul and not more than 40 cents pr pound. 190 Valued at aboe u cents per ued jtounu .,..., and children" Fourteen Inches and under In extreme length 1 Moves Jul lea ,,(,(,, ....... jij 20 (Jen, Andrew Jackson said: 'In short, air, wo hao been too long subject to the policy of tho HriM-- merchants. It Is time wo should become a little more AniVr lcanifod. and lnitead of feeding nnd lature of Europe, feed our own. or else In a short time, by continuing our present policy, we shall all bo paupers ouraelves." Tho Immortal Lincoln saldt "lam In fii or of the Internal Improvement system and a high protectee tariff," -- Hon. Hinder Jlermutw of Oregon. ther-uupers 1 suUl: ''There may bo some manufactures which being once formed can advance towurd perfection without any adveutltlous aid, while others for want of thefoatcrlng hundot guwrnment lll be unable to go on at all." Madisou tin.ffitiiTnlTOuoiRli.1)HlnrvIiiK rickuciw or A SLUGGISH CAUSES LIVER Constipation, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Nervousness, AND BB.CU "Iain,,prick ,(,(,,,,,,((,,, riquo or teatu, nnd em Hchmaschcn CkiD 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Dr. Price's Cream Da 83 40 40 41 40 60 2ft 80 8ft 8ft Iamb , ,,, Plain rique or prick Mnm, and em broldered with more than threeslngle strands or cords,,, Uucd .it,,,,,,,,, Kl- dPlaln Flque or jirkk team and em broldered with more than three single strands or cords ,,,,,,, , , Lined Hiiedt'i and nther.whelher more or lrsa than 14 Inches In extieme lenath IMaln ,,,,,,, (, i, Pique or prick tram, and embroidered with morel ban three Uueu,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, broldcreu with more than three single strands or cords.,, MM World's Fair Highest Aedt and Diploma. kin: Powder DISTURBS THE SYSTEM fiEHERALLV. tlential, uMivin MippiiiMi imrrt iriini our oi-- i lice. Price 82,00 per puckauo or tin eo iiiicknuTH for 85 00 by mail iMMtpaui, TeutinioniaU ami particu Jarrf (Hcalctl) 2 cent. All coirepiuidenco ptriclly confi ; i injury; NO Publicity. , lo.ii n. in. t In 41a.m. Clnvt'ri'Oi t Thoy hiiihl up the henltli myl hctiulU , 11:11s, in. llittffMtlle fy tho complexion Iruviup noWKINIv !.rtHM)H. ll'ifis.m , li; 10 p, in, Owi nlMtro. JjKS 01 HahhincM. HTOUT AUDIU yt HolisTilh!:! p. tn, i M KNH mid ililllcittt hrrnlhliif; Purely l;'iAp, n, r. Hfndefeii relieved NO EXPERIMENT but No. 62, n fcicntifio anil ppmuvu tcliuf.iulonliMl i:HTllOUNI). Isllj. only alter years ot cxpciicuco. All'l l.t. HrndTMon 7:1 5 a, in, hwi-m- rt M - lrvlnKlnn ...flf ml7 a. iikI.07 " 14 a, in. 47:1511, mf t.lS it. in. ' inHTTi'JU it, iii. loll) p.m. 1034 p. m Hill p. m. It.Mp.m, U2Um. No.M, Imilj S: 15 p. HiHtllNvtllr (fMri.i'-ini, , Lelr'iHUt HawVsville Cloverport htpphpn(or! Irrinxtitn C4.lt) fA37 aLittlehgurIng Somo Tariff Points Evory Citizen Should Bond. 8TOI- For nil turh nllmenM, nnd to Impart n natural, healthy touo to tho btomach, Mver, mid Itowels, lako PARK REMEDY' CO. . J iliriHiJnd'urj, r. IiHmIMo JJoslou, Mum. m. a. tn, 3 37 p.m. :27 n. tn. 4. 2". p. m, U.oil s, in. A M p. in .... ...., 0.1.1a. in. A..top,in K "I m 6 67 p. m. , 1o s. m. 6.19 p. m. 11 Via, in. 7.0A p, m, tli1' r, in, 7:31 p, m, , 1 n., p, in, 8 oft p, m, 1 (mi p, in, y.Wip, m. ..... 7fc17 ,,,(,,,. M.M C4. 41 W.T7 AYER'S PELLS Evory Doso Effootivo r J.AD1KS Needing a tonic or children that want tmlldlng vip.ihoutd tale Uoii.itnd Tssln , . J, I., fiiiMin, irN. 4'nrion' i J. L. Carson & Son, ill A 1 Nn At and .No, Ai innko eonueetlnn a vrjtli trslnson Jxmln. Irvtnuhm (innlny cxct-i.tcl- ) llle, lUrhnliiirtf A UVslem It. It., est snd t boMmi KorlurthirhforiiiatlAn, address Jl. i. MOUMIK, (If n. Ps'r Ax't. l.oiitville, Ky ,. 81.M 67.07 A MIMTTi: A l TlllMi. ,.. 3 80 03 85 3 80 33 0 A7.83 single st rAttds or cords Jned lLU Allies' And chtldreus on which the Above rales of duty do not equal a duty of 60 per cent,, 60 .,, ,.., ,,,, ... ...... . a ,, ,,,,,, CO 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 4J (O NATIONAirilUUUNi:. Coninnle: Take a pencil nnl piece of papcr,aiiil let ih do fonicolri It Is nmnv.vs iiiorv iuttkr. tn tulco, cures Mshuis, Indigo tleAnt Jiillouinws, jn utftivntKvw' " Fourteen Inches nnd underlnex 60 treme length, plain........ Oter II Inches in extreme length FlQUe or prick IK11J.. Men'aeloies ,,,,, ,,, ,,,(..,...... ,..,, 60 60 60 broldered w It li more than three single strands or cords,,, JT.M ,,,,,,,,,,, .W j 'j ued 1.1 ned,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, tU ,,,,,,,, llnexi . , . , , , Mlcellaniou manufacturcH-Alabas- ter and snar. tuanufar w lures or. Amber, manufai Hires or.,,, 25 2ft Asttestus, manufactured,, lUadders, inauufac turn nf Coral, manuiacturu4i)f.,,,,t,, 2ft. Catgut, or whlpgut or wormgut, ,,, 25 mAiiufacturesor Jet, manufacture of,, .,,...,.,. 2ft ,.,,, 25 Paste, manufactures! 25 Wax. manufactures of, Caudles and tat.ra of wax,, 25 OMer or wllluw, piepared for a) basket makers uw.,,, ,,,,,, wain, and . em .. 7U (,,,,,,,,,, ,,(., 40 4 .,.,,(,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2ft 25 2-- 1 25 15 23 2ft O&IerorwiihiM.iuMitu'HC'iurvaof, 40 Hone and horii, manufacturesof, 30 Chip, manufAeturvsof (baskets), 'M Ul Oras, manufactures of Balm leaf, manulaituresot,,,,,, 30 SLraw mauufactuies of I hi,, for J Ules., ,,,,,, I,,,,,,,,,. India rubber ,,,.,,,, 25 25 25 1ft ft 50 60 ii JO .... .,...., ,,,,,,, 60 IS 60 60 ,,., 60 40 40 40 40 4160 India rubber, ulcanixtd, known S'i as lianl rubber (luittt lHtrchH Ht Hair, manufactures of,,, at Papier mache,iuuuufiictiireii of, a't Ivory and egetable hory, man 40 ufacturea of femdl and mother of jtarl, man- , 40 ufaclutes 'f.. Matks, tinn,)ed ot Hir or 3ft pulp Matting and mat) mmleof cocoa nberor leather, all mauufaiturcsof,,,, Fur. manufactures of,,.,, ,,,,,,, hale bone, manu.aciures of,,, :i) ? 35 25 25 5 fashioned ciphern' amon ourselves. "Firet The census report wyj that the total value of the products ot the labor of our people for one year ic 80,000,000,00'). That is an amount no largo as to be incomprehensible. Wo can pet it within range of our under standing by dividing it by 02 000,000 the number ot people in ihe country in 1&)0, This will show- - that it ave ragea about 8150 for each man, wo man and child iu the. United State?, including the loiter, politician, laboi ngttatonj, and other who w irk only with their mouth, and produce mere ly valueless wind and word. "There is one workingmau to even four women and cliildrcn.Tlmt tnean that the workers each produce an av erage of 8710 worth ot product n WHISKEYih.M.mM.EV.M MA cuad ut homo Willi outpain.nookorrsr-tlruIsrscDtFIUlIU uudOnluniiiar-it- I). litH WliltchsllSU aud'hcHt iculalor for ladicn; tiothiui; iinplpaHaut. and ntwava euYn Careful Kstimntcs made on nil Car Itmli Advice lice. Tackai-c81 and 'J m Uaton Co., ptiitermij nnd Huildin ' Tciius rvn- - - lir(Tl ' l 'Lly Drupgiaie, lloetou, Mass. sounble. ifnttlord, Ky vivi PENNYnOYAIi PILLS. Dr, Perry's liolinblo are the made nMly and hononddy, w Ithotit capl-ta- l, darlut; jour hpcio hour.", Any man lly, i.Hliotit experlontv. Tall.Inir im liecoviry, Xuthlng like It for PER MONTH In Your Own Locality wouMiiJiojrtorgiiUMudothoroil.'hdid Mte4J ouogc-- i, U Vu Vf li 1 Li U KJ learning the ImMncMi le.tch )oii a night lion to Htircvvd from tin llrt hour. You can make a trl d w Itliout oniNelf Wo Mart you, lurufeh cri'Othlui; iievdcd to carry on thclail-iicn- s Miceesfullv, and guarantee you niraiitt Ihllitru If you hut follow otti trailer, It simple, plain liistfuctloiw, y cut uiv lu need of ready money, and want to know nil nlxmt tlio host paying business Inforu the public, hcud u join nildn-.vami no will mall ou a document giving you all the particular. 1 t.haH piovtir. So time Oiirwotkers wa-ti- d Knew lhty Hponrer, ixvou jMmit Hoo't-Krcnl- mti Vd In in r.y. owonsuoro, Ky.f or Evansvlllo, Ind. F. Plliv lumluuhS itndMhiK. f.fey. AddiWM NcnspnssTvn.i nnd Shorthand t'ataloiruorrf n. f ., mm wmSOeWcme' BOWLING GREEM SEPARATE: SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT.- - JpT -- SOUTHERN t CRTAm mwrn in !. -.. .1. utr. I,il"1 Schoo BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE., ;i III no ; ,,,, year. "Got that down4 Understand TRUE & CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maino. it? ;n 30 3ft 8ft 25 lats,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Pencils-Wo- od, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, rattan-Matting,, i 1.87 41.4o 3) 2J M 'M 10 KX0 SO DO .,,... filled with lead or other material, and pencils of lead.,. Flato pencils...,.,,,, , Pencil leads, not Inwood Pipes and smokeiVartlchs Tommon plj.es of clay... Pipe, pipe bowls and all smok- - 63 07 47.57 10 60.11 10 fquareard Bleached, nlutd at over lOcents ler Kqunrc janl..., D)ed, colored, Malned, 1'alnted 61.67 4ft 42.83 8ft or printed, valued At - cents 51.33 iKTMiuare )anl Valued at over i er square alued at 25 cents or leas per ,,,, Mtuaro ard 40 arna or thread Flax or hemp valued at 1J cents or leu per pound,,, 63.93 Valued at more than 13 cents ter pound , 45 Manufactured of flax or 1 emp.or substances or -: .wnlc" ! cither of them Is the component material of chief value. j, 60 Manufactures of flax contalnlna more than 100 threads to the tquare Inch, counting both denied for years past. The following extracts from the Washington Post 4ft rIiow the force of the drift: 17.06 oQ to The fre trade element In the liouee veuoiug. curings, suspenders. in feeling pretty good over the pre&ent oraces, oeiiings, oraias, uinu M Uig-igallooiit, frin s, cords 40 fitatns of the tariff fight, which Is and tassels, elastic or nonelas- causing them but little discomfort of 4ft 60 , tic tons ,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 60 45 Iut mind. If the aenatc perhtst In Its ., ft) Handkerchiefs.. 60 40 spirit of perversity, they say, and trc iAces and embroideries, neck jn ruftllngsand ruthlugs 60 60 40 tariff bill fulls lu conference there Is Wearing apparel-K- nit still time to formulate a new measure. lu part of India rubAccording to Mr. De Witt Warner ber 60 81.12 (democrat), of New York, they arc Other 60 60 ' eens Heady made clothing and oth making converts among the conservaNot bleached, dyed, colored, tive element of the house, who are Mutncd, painted or printed In part of India rub- 726ft 40 . dally hearing from the people In the Bleached 63.93 47.50 Djed, colored, stained, painted or 60 oer,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,(,,Mt,,i(, P0 printed r,,, , ,,,,,,, 77.79 60 shape of advice to stick to democratic ciiner,,.., .,,,,,,, 60.25 l 47.60 Ilresaand piece goods principles and force the senate to come , 40 4ft 60 Ail oilier,,,,.,.,,,,,, 40 Hlbbons. Corduroys and other pile fab4ft 60 to terms. The longer the deadlock rics Another not specially proWded continues," said Mr. Warner, "the market." for Not bleached, dyed, colored, 4ft 50 stained, painted or printed 6A.73 40 Fap.r and Books. moro the people of the country will , ...,,... IU.43 47.60 SCHEDULE BleAched "Since the land scare has been become aroused, and time alone is rePuln nf tvnml Dj ed, colored, stained, painted or Mechanically ground ,,., Tjriutcd .., 14.44 10 00.63 47X0 quired to teach the aenate that It Is on the country.it is estimated that 5, ( hem ca, unbleached Jill other,, 10 40 12.W 40 hopelessly In the minority In this (toods manufactured of cotton Chemical, bleached 10 w.;fl 000,000 workingmen have been out jo , chenille or of w hlch cotton cheI'aiwr sheathing 10 tSheathlng, patent ,.,..,, nille forms tbo component ma, 20 10 'house has been nearer to a of employment. If we call the pePrinting paper, suitable only terial of chief alue 00 45 for books and new spapers Knit gooda mado on knitting surrondcr," he said, "than it will ever riod of idleness r ne year it is nearer machines or frames UnblzeJ...,.,,,,,, ,,, 15 lft be again. Do I think that the house Hlzed or glued... htocklngs, hoM and half hose, aj 13 other, alued at not more than J 'a per, albumenizud or entltlzed 3ft wlllflnally triumph? I do emphatically, two wo find these men nlono have 80 (I..'j0lrdo7en ,,,, Known commercially as 35 80 All over the country the county palost the enormous sum ofVAOjOOO,. cop) in g pajier aMl tissue hhlrtsaud drawers per, made up In runyliur bo.ctka. alued at not more than $1.60 persand they represent the people-- are 000, or nearly 81,000,000,000 moro per dozen reams or In any other form, , 62.14 35 60 85 coming out editorially against the Patersk-owValued at more than $1.50 and comraorclal v as position taken by the senate. That than the whole national debt at the not more than surface coated papers,. ,, 8ft , alued more M dozen,,. , 74 . 30 60 Envelopes.,.. at than $3 and not "0.95 body could not have chosen a more In20 close of the war, and m re than our Hangings am) paper for screens more than 8ierdown.... 60 72.$0 opportune time to tto against the whole export trade allied at more than 85 and not orflroboards.,.,,. 25 30 lor five average more than 87 perdozen Books, pamphlets, bound or unGfLCO CO wishes of the great bulk of the demobound, maps, charts.,,..,. alued at more than 87 perdozen. 69.51 25 60 25 cratic masses than the present. It is years. SlockliiRfe, hobeand half hose Engraving, etchings and photo- alued at not more than UU cents graphs. in no position to malntaiu a fight Hut "The exports of all the nations in Blank books, bound or unbound. 25 itcrdoren pairs.,.... &U9 60 20 Valued at more than CO cents cards, piajiiig. ..v,..,,.,,. 2a.ro 107.24 if the bill should fall, why congress is the world the United States incluand not mure than writing, drawing and all other still In session. It might not be good jer dozen pairs 71.97 paier, noi specially, provided 60 pollay for us now to take up a new bill dedonly figures up a little over $", alued nt more than - and not 2ft 20 f I" 4 or to pass a series of bills to revise the 000,000,000, so that you can nt once ujoro limn si m tiozeii palrv., 07.54 60 ftCUEDULE, Vulutdat moiethantlierdoen tariff. It would seem too much like a nristleeof all kinds ,,. 6d,74 pairs, 60 in.67 8.W Cords, braids, boot, ahoo and desire on our part to add to tho com- see that our homo market is worth 4(1 jiruvioso( u KlUUB..,,, 20 rorset lacings Brushes of all kinds. Including plications, but in my opinion this will more to us thau all the markets of On which duty computed At 33 feather dusters and hair pen be done before tariff reform Is abancents per pound Is lets than 40 ella In quills..... 35 tho world combined. .'..ri.,.. 40 f forms-But- ton in .Mir Lent ad ulai-ft- Buttonaand button 4ft doned. When that time comes the ,( W' u unicr, 10 forms;,, 10 45 "This is so important that we must senate will be called upon to dual with Auatebutloui.. Aii ouiurnianuiaciu res or cotton 25 tt not6p,clalIy tirolded for,,,,, 40 Pearl and shall buttons... ........ luCl OS a measure or with measures, as the repeat it. and you ou0dit to go over it M.60 Iory, vtuaable ivory, bone or SCHEDULE Heiup and JuU case, may be, that will be far more again and horn buttons 60 8ft again until you cet it thor .tiauuractures Of, Shoo buttons, made of paper radical than the Wilson bill Flax and hemp, and manufacboard, papier mac he, pulp or Representative Champ Clark Mem.) ' oiighly in your mind. It U that we turers of tlax, heinn, jute and similar material not specially apoke in the flume vein. provided for. valued at not ether rgetable fibers "The Wilson consume annually 88.250,000.000 our per gross, ,,,,, ftlffl 5 bill did not Corks. ,w. ;,.....,. 80,64 iU37 democrats," eo far enough to suit tnobt ProUuclgi wliile the entire exports of Unmanufactured ' Cork bark, cut Into said Mr. Clark, we J lax, hackled, known as4dressed cubes, .,. 10,77 6.89 Dice, draughts, chew squares or 9) 25 thought when wo passed that 'but wo all the countriea in tho world at tho lino that men, ".. a ball iiemp, iiacKieu. known as lino or nory, none or other niMerl " t0 Vl0JlmIt V1 OIJfchhlon' lust cstimato way less thun 87,500.-Ih- o of hemp.,,,, , 10.46 ,2J.X Man ifuf ltiii-60 ,60 action aenate, mean ' Poll, doll nead's,' toy marble s lift 23 80 H.rV i'0 uuuiuuu to deadlock procecdlnffs, will leave u r.mHrv-- a t able, coiduge and twine Grains or ground, pulverised or Cables and cordage ample time to paHH a new bill. There i "Thia will d.) for the first lesson. Of hemp, untarred., ,, SJ.34 36.19 refined,,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,.,, 10 sais Ounpowder and all explosive Other, untarred, comtucd In r !t week, ,u! we win " " , substances whole or lu part of htlo or HH V.II. , Jl t V1( It Tamptco fiber, manlla, sisal Firecrackers, all kinds CO 147J8 mad the Wilson bill as liberal an It lnk( u "P again." fulminates, fulminating pown,grasrt or sunn, 10 ... 15.80 Is. I'll tell 3ou what could be dono , ders And all like article not ,,,,, Inrrrd 31. Si 10 AU other.,, Mclally Provided for ao , 1M.78 80 10 readily proceed on tho .Springer plan OuniKiwder nod all exploairo Hemiinnd iutocariets 16.63 20 and instruct the ways and meaiiH cum(fill netting, nets, webs and itHed for mining, ftibstances blasting, artillery or b porting wines of in It tco to bring in separate bills in the of thread or twlno from purtwaea 'direction of turlff reform. If this pol yarn of a number not higher Valuod at 20 cents or less nee pound , ,,,,, 2180 1160 ley had been followed from the start than 10,.... 144.63 40 Valued at above 20 centa per Made of thread or twine from I there would have been none of this pound , yArniinertuanNo.au ,,.,.,.. 0.68 BM 68.17 40 Jlohe, linen, hjdruullc, rnaiSe In wrangling and the McKlnloy bill Coal and coke whole or In part of nax, hemp Bituminous coal and shale..,,.,, 22.72 lilt . would have been reformed Just the black or culm of coal such a ! ' OiloloVexcVptsiik'oifVlothi ftume. Homethlng of this sort mar will rasa through a, half Inch nnd waterproof cloth not spe ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 23 68 14.34 happen yet before oougreaa adjourns" screeu,,,,,,,,,,, clally provided for- 65.71 cents ior 45 Bleached, alued at U cents or , M.18 leBsperrquaro )ard Bleached, alued at o er U vents per bquare yarn ,, Djeit, colored, stained, PAlnted u or nr in ted. alued at la centa orle&sperfuunreard M.li Died, coloreil. stained, iialnteil or printed, alucd nt over IS 61,57 centsfor Bleached, d) ed, colored, stained, painted or printed, containing an admixture of bilk, and not ,, CI. 57 otherwise. proldedfor Corsets not eluewhere specified. 60 Other articles of wearing apparel and nady made clothing Of which India rubber is a com, ponent material., 89.44 omer, not specially prowaed ,,,,,, .,,,,, 60 "i. I'lUfches. elet. lelveltrenti. cnrtluro) a nnd all other pile fabric composed of cotton or other vegetable fiber Huthes, elveta and velvetKquare Kxceedlng 1W threads to the pquare Inch, counting the warp and tilling Not bit ached, d) ed, colored, stained, palntf d or printed, alueil At 10 cents or lens per square Tanl ; ZXW Ardt,, ... ,, 10 43.10 40 ,,,,ii, 4ft valued nt janl ocr ,,,,,,, 40.02 40 43.89 40 47.12 Cariwts of wool or In part of not specially provided for 60 80 Carpets and carpctlng of cotton 60 30 SCHEDULE L Silk and 811k Goods. Bilk, manufactures of bilk, not raw I'Artlally manufactured from cocoons or from w Ate silk and not further atlx a need or manufactured than carded or combed silk 20 00.50 Pewlng allk, and silk thread or yarns of every description 30 90 Spun silk In skeins or caps or on ,, ,, beams 8S 30 Thrown silk, not more advanced than singles, tram, or organ ,. 30 zinc, tuht and tloss 80 Velvets, plushes, or other pllo Feltcanwtlng.. 62.67 W parasols and with silk or alpaca Covered wit hot her materials,,,, 8 ticks for umbrellas, purao,a Umbrellas, sunsha- f articles ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,0 M 45 4 0 4ft des-Covered and sunshades ... aste, all fur I?'V " 60 not iec.ally nu M &l I. led 10 30 10 ..,,, Th A FREE TRADE PARTY. rerverslty Manifested by the Demo-crat- le fabrics-Contain- ing, !!:'f , goods-Comp- exclusive of less 7ft cent In w eight of silk 72.63 Containing, exclusive of selvages. Taper cent or more In fiOjei weight of hi Ik ir Seuate. Pay by clay It Is becoming more nnd moro apparent that the democratic party Is fiwlnfflnp; back into the free trode principles Jt around before) the rebellion, and which it has so loudly ..,(,,,,,(,,, . Average product per nnuum, $13'); one wnrkingman to four woman ami children, making five altogether, five times 8 loO make 87.10, tlic product of the man who work. "Now for the next 'sum.' We cll abroad nu average of S77O,O0O,O0O a year. That's a pretty big turn to linn dle.but if we knock all the ciphers mT wcehall tjtiickly fiml that it i only ouetwcllth of what we produce; that of every 812 worth that we make by the labor ot our hand, no only felt 81 worth abroad, and consume the rett at home. "Go over tho figures agaiu, hop, and eee that they are ttiniglit, for they show the bigaest fact that has been brought to your attention for many a day. "Figures are correct, eh? Glad to hear it. Now isn't that a plaiti.ttrith metical demonstration of what blatant pernicious demagogues these tarilftlu formers be? "Holding the delusive hope of in creains b) a few cents the one dol lar's worth pent abroad, they wduM wreck the value of the 811 worth re tained nt home. "0 8750 average production of each workingmau only 802.f0 worth i Iu hopes of making that amount 80 1 or 870 they would shrink tho worth of what we prod no to,ay. 822."), which h the average nnniiil product of the European laborer with whom im must compete in the foreign (aton s TeniB id iheerc.it IIuilnei4TratiiiniriutmololthcSiuth. Tcchers .Vlcntlfic. and Cliislc bo s Keeping. Miort-lnn-Trlrnuph), Tuc Couuci, Mutlc9 provided Uriinc, and JVnnuiiMiip I'upn iaii enter At fur. ijow ntts I Art, and Klocutinn bend lot board and tuition, n lme. cnd (or catalocu, catalogue. .Mention Couria dstlrcd, Addrcts CUCRRY BROS, Propti, Bowilns Orssn.Kr. SOUTHERN NORMA!. SCHOOL. Ilifc, rV 4 I I Herve (I llflti mmm :- QUICKLY CURIiS Corns to Hartford snn tup: -- TO en'l Epinl Exhuii:!!. - )'bilily . i, Itral? Iiirri.inir lottr)tw lourr, itir Vnuili imtt nruliitr tin A nihil tt H:tr::thcii. etc. l'oinplilila ITrlTily iiimI lrrmn nriill ltrtt rtmt'iti: tin Vllul I nrr T - COURAGE OF MANHOOD; Itrsloiln In i:iifr'liliil, 1.imtmIi l, i:luiiiHiiil. tp MulUril iirOrrurU-i- l Mriiiiml Woutrii Perfect Constitutional Powers. Us cxtraordi.try ctiintiuc power iiinnUests itsell almost immetltntely it is taken. On this point the evidence of those who have taken it 13 uniform and positive. They my they can feel the effect ol every dose doing them good It is a powerful nerve invigorating tonic, imparting its reMom tive influence through the medium of the nervous system to eveiy oigau and tissue iu the bod v. It makes hut little difference whether the constitutional vigor lias Ucn undermined bv acute disease, overwork, or cvrUiu mischievous indiscretions, or whether the broken down condition is called by one name or other, m) long as there is nervous exhaustion, general or local weakness so long as cucrv.i- tion and debility are the tyje of the nilment, this is the remedy. SPRING OPENING OF C. lu Field's car of Buggies just from the , IJavis Carriage Company. He will wve yon MONUV hy Uuvnij; from HIM., Will-H- I brought upon themselves a eris of afflictions by ignorantly or wilfully viuiaung nniures laws, win imtl in ic the remedy for their certain relief It speedily removes all evidence.! of progressive physical deterioration, and restores the enfeebled energies to their natural vigor. the results of over mental or physical exertion, hardship,exposurc, hidden drains, caprice, or who have from THOSE WHO SUPPER ynu a Uncy, UnriiPM, Lnp Diutcrnml Whip from 00 00 repuln. ' up to f7.r,00. in Oiiiciiiiuiti. TIip Davis Onrrinjo Conipnny lins tho tinn of lmiMinj; the lot Ilnggy for the money of nny Ftctory ' ' Caton's Vitau.i:k anh Xj:ivi; Ton- So come and judge for yourself. M-l- MIp, -- ir ,(,,,,,.,,,, .,', vvt $- ,.,.,,. - .. J-r- iax, temper, melancholy, coward ice, weak ness of the knees nnd back, plantation of the Heart, dragging piin In the loins, headache, irritation of the kidneys and bladder milky urine, pernicious ami ni(iuen wastes, resulting in a failure of the mental nnd physical powers, constitutim? an itn. petlimeut to mtccess and unfitting hint or her for the duties and responsibilities of life, it is the remely for excellence, A single package vill be sufficient to inaugurate the work of regenern tiou, and cure in many cases, lint stohborn cases often rerpiirc more It will be pent, postpaid, secured from ooservation, for$i per pickage,or6 packages for $5. Address all orders to any weakness of the vital organs,ner-vousnesprostration of the nhvsical or mental energies. confusion of fdeaq. lack of self confidetice, irritability or s, WHENEVER THERE 13 NSW LY "STORS TISOBE AND I I m iwm worn 4 1 ill ill t r I A A J ir ONE YEAR . 1.25 ixx 1 1 Address all orders to A .d.Tra - 3a;ce "'r.ur l l t, RTFORD RK V U B L1CAN, Unrtford, - CATON MED. CO., Uoston, Mass, Kentucky (t,,,,,,,,,,,,, .( . IHSIji-o'- s -- I TsnM.i5i 33aJjiM.g6 muiw izr:T?zJ:c?j,?tzin WW f$0mmmM 1 . flax-M- ade j fe i m giua ' . tA '. Him Hi - I lot ....,,,,,,,,,,, ., 8ft 83 and ouffs, entirely of cot esa Collars and cuffs, compoeed la iiuui ur in pari oi unen 0H.64 Shirts and all articles of wearing apparei or aery description, not specially provided for, com. lM.ed whullyorlii part of linen. 65 Itt(s, edgings, embroideries, lu wrii igs.emuroiaered and hem htllchrd handkerchiefs and ar- licies made wholly or in part 1- -N of lace, ruminirs, tnckinss or rucningi, cprapo ad cf flajci.' Juta or otbtr vegetable flbar, cajept cotton, not wymcimiiy p' 1011,001. '", Uearing J?; apparel-Coll- ars . Mini 83 85 p,... 68.54 j Vtt1ttttlUltl4'4 i ("ill tv go Coke,,. , Matches, friction or luclfer.of all descriptions In boxes containing not more than 1U) matches per box 83.03 Otherwise thau In boxes contain lng not more than 100 matches ,,,,,,,,,, 21.19 cacii., IVrcussloncapa 40 -- leathers manufactured, in cludlnr drefed and finished nirus, ior military ornaments M fc4loeMt ail 60 it rsrsed on the skin, but not I ursothar,..,.,,,,..,,,!",,,!, made upjDto.articln., ,.,..... SO Furs not on tho skin, prepared ' SO for IiatUrs' ue y.., IUhhI ot ulass, loote, uuthresded orunstrunkr...,. ., 10 Oun wwlsofalt dMcrlptlons,.,, 06 HuniM.fl liat Clean or drawn, hut not maaa- fsclurvd, 20 JlHlrcloth, kiwwn as, rrlnollno cloth, 7.w. -Ilalnloih, known aa hair seal- InsT.t ,,,,,, ta.ll 1 air. curlud, suitable for beds or ,.,,... 1A luattroses....,,.. ,ilals, coumowU of tho fur of h pavtr or other am roiMi III! Jwslyaod !! trfcioiu KnnM. Dm not atsflvbtrt ipaclM- 15 FAVORED PROTECTION. SO .,,, ytlonnI traders m Hlffli Turlff. Who Wrr In Fnvor ot 20 M as as Why should I oppose anystem which during Its time wus earnestly Hy ported by.such true Americans as Lin tcoln, Grant, Oariiuld, Itandull, lllalne tind others in both political parties? Why should I overthrow a system of which the revered Washington, speak ing of a free people, mi id in his second annual me wo go; "And tholr safety and Interest require that they should promo to suc& wanufsturcn a. tend to leader them Indepundent for tseutlat i 10 1 ..., ,,,,..;...;..., ,,.,,, Itt.(, 10 SO j ' i aw . lA.il 10 ", 40 "Whereas It Is necessary for the support of the government, for tbo dlschnrffo of inn im. of tho United tittttea, and the encourugemont and protection of manufaoturci that duties bo laid on goods, wares and merchandise first tariff act, which set forth that: particularly military supplies." He It was, too, who approved tho u In thai oongrw i then wt7t 9rnaat and UicUschs Cure. Soon commenced dlschartj. Inr matter tn the urine. After taking five bottles. I got all right, well and aound. It la re m a woudorful cure. I waa expected to i 70 years old." ThU would b wonderful If we were nc used to receiving just such letters eood In fumale complaints, rhcuraatlsm, heart disease, dropsy, and alt Wood diseases. ICestores the kidneys, purines ! DlOAn nmlh.il. ih.Hi..i..4 tnfl tr.aitt. not given moaw i.xhl II taming and Complaisant TbO fttlkeilCO'Wtththo.wnrM .rlMn la ths bosom of W. n. Ilrown, Viola, Iowa, when as wrote: "Tho doctors pronounced mine a aerere case of blood polsonlntf caused by kidney disease. Kept my bed two months. Theynra ma up to die, when 1 jot Dr. Fanner's Kidney ",m We are manufacturers directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle; men. Our prices are reas ' Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. m am aaasssssss il' sbsbss a Von. 'iiii. '- - J rrv "VOr5.ll Zl.aELe. of Buggies, Carts Surries. and Carriages, and deal a -- O .iM rfudc4 TUbQDerbo(U9tOHUr. Htifiion Owensboro, Ky. sc-- - i. Jtivrnw. .". -- W.. hl.l n.lll.FIIU-IMM-f- - WfcAsnMi: