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TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE eVl E 1 . 0INIHENW OUUSHOTHMMJTPILES mmmmmmm A Known fiLM Mil CERTAIN OUR t W IIB yMtr m VtlMIDY rom PI LBS,torn. r. inM ho now walked from tho window Paid at Salvage for Saving Disabled Ocean Ships. where ho had been standing listenEvery ocean steamer carries a ing in horrified disgust to tho true character of the woman whom oiily largo crew, varying from a score or IMITATIONS. u fow moments beforo ho had greatly mom to several hundred, and in tho admired and hoped to make his wife. event of a disaster at soa tho loss of life would be large, even though no Offering his hand to Leila, he huld: "I had no Idea, Miss Latimer, that passengers were on board, says an Tho wreck of tho White I should have exchange. In coming hero LEILA'S LOVE STORY. tho pleasure of renewing our ac- Stur freighter Nnronle, with atl her quaintance. I am most happy to crew, carried mourning Into scores I. V MllS. 31. M. HTEMiNH. of humble homes, while tho Alvo, of meet you again " "Mr. more recent date, was no more Leila looked up quickly. Tick, tick, went tho nmntol clock, Lawrence," she said In confusion, merciful Inftits final plunge beneath and tho tired flnffen of the lovely "can It bo possible? I am greatly tho waves. jjlrl straining her weary eyes by tho pleased I" Enormous sunWhnve been paid us even I ii light kept time with It. "I did not know that you wero in salvago money to the rescuers of In and out. In and out, tho necdlo Washington or I should have given ocean steamers whenthpy are diswent, through tho heavy Bilk, until myself tho pleasure of calling beforo abled at sea, and probably this is a ut last the girl could seo no longer. this," he said, looking down on tho more fruitful source of expense to "Half-pas- t four.nnd dark ulready," flushed fueo of the beautiful girl the largo companies than any other. sho said to herself, in a despairing him. "I am distressed to hear On her first voypge, tho City of New volco, unconscious that sho had of Mrs. Latimer's Illness, und trust York (as she was then called) run spoken her thoughts aloud. ''What it is not serious." nshoro off Sandy Hook, aud it cost can I do how cun I flnlhb it?" "Mamma is very ill," Leila replied, thcdcompany one hundred thousand "My dear child, how 1 wish I could while the tears which she could not dollars to float her off. In 1890 her help you. It breuks my heart to see repress rose to her eyes, "Sho has sister ship, tho City of Paris, broko you thus toiling your young life not been very strong lately." her engines off tho Irish coast, uud away,1 said a gentle voice from tho Miss Wlnthrop, who had been was towed into port at an expense of adjoining room. Tho girl was by her looking from one to the other in thirty thousand dollars of salvago aide hi an Instant. amazement and mortification at her money. "Dearest inumma," hhe said, lov- want of tact, now rohc slowly, and Tho City of Boston broke her shaft ingly, "I am not tired, but the days offering her hand to Leila, said: In 1882, and It cost thecompauy fortyI must ask you to excuse my -six are so snort, ana ;uth3 wimurop thousand five hundred dollars must have tho dress by Wednesday; hasty temper, Miss Latimer. I hope to gctlier Into port, and tho Venebut do not worry, love; I will finish, your mother may soon recover, and zuela, of the Red D line, struck on It somo way." do not distress yourself regarding the BrlgantineshoalSjOffNew Jersey, A fow years before Mrs. Latimer the dress. Next week or later will In 1889, so that the company had to had been a leader of fashion, with a answer, spend forty thousand dollars to get "You shall have it suoerb house In New York and a cot her off. The City of Richmond was tage at Newport, bu$ her husband If tMsslblo," Leila replied with digtowed iuto Halifax harbor in 1S32, failed, and ho died soon after from nity. thousand at an expense of thirty-fiv- e "I bhnll give myself the pleasure dollars. The list could bo largely tho effects of tho shock and mortification at his Inability to retrieve his of calling very soon," Stanley Lawextended, showing that tho amount rence said, us ho shook Leila's hand of salvago money paid for rendering fortune. After his death Mrs. Latt mer paid every dollar be owed, not warmly and followed Miss Wiuthrop service to disabled steamers at sea retaining ono penny, and removed, out. They walked boino distance in is so enormous that it almost equals silence, then Maud said: "I see that the loss entailed by injuries to our with her child, to Washington, you have found an acquaintance In wooden vessels. The loss of life is whero,nmld new associations, she endeavored to support herself and lit- Miss Latimer. I am sorry that I less. It is qulto raro that an ocean should have lost my temper, but, of steamer Is submerged beneath tho tle daughter. Uut her health, which had never course, I did not know anything waves so that the passengers und about her, und you cannot Imagine, crew aro lost, but when such an acbeen robust, failed under tho privations and hardships to which she hud Mr. Lawrence, how unreliable these cident does transpire tho destruction been unaccustomed, und in a short dressmakers are." Is appalling. It excites tho Interest "I am greatly shocked," ho an- and sympathy of two continents and tlmo she became an Invalid, confined Latl-mor- s Leila, swered gravely, "to find the almost entirely to her bod. warns the world again of the danger Two years In that condition. who had a natural taste for dressthat conies to those that sail upon making, by advertising secured a ago they were leaders of society In tho high seas. New York, aud it cannot bo possible, few customers among the fashiona bio residents, but always avoiding Miss Wlnthrop, that you have not Fire-ProLumber. those whom sho had known In tho met them or heard of them, for their were so lavish its to A Chicago man has Invented a past. Of those for whom sho sewed entertainments chemical solution, by which ho was Maud Wlnthrop, a beautiful girl attract widespread attention." "Are they tho Latlmers of New claims tlmtwofloVcan 4bo rendered of good family but without fortuuo, York?" Maud exclaimed in dismay. fireproof. If saturated in this soluwho had been brought to Washing"Tho same," Mr. Lawrence ton by a maneuvering mother with tion, be maintains that It is impos"Mr. Latimer died shortly sible for a pieced lumber to burn, tlie hope that her beauty would There was after his failure, and his wife p.ild even if it should be soaked In coal an eligible party. all the creditor with her private oil. The wood or Inflammable matho French ministo be a dinner at ter's, and tho dress over which Leila fortune, which Is the cause, 1 be- terial of which houses are constructwns struggling was to bo worn on lieve, of their prchctit distressed coned is first immersed in the solution of chemicals for a period of twenty-fou- r that occasion. It was of heavy white dition." "I am really very sorry," Maud hours. The lumber Is thus satin trlmmod with pearls, and In It Maud Wiuthrop expected to look said, "but, us I have already re- claimed to be fireproof and will burn sufllclontly lovely to capture with marked, of course I did not know." no more than a piece of iron or her dellcato'blondo beauty the heart And as she looked Into tho now cold stone. By means of tho chemicals, eyes of the man beside her whom she the wood becomes so dense that heat of Stanley Lawrence, a wealthy young banker from New York, who loved passionately, she rcaliid that will decompose It by charring only, was their guest. Tho days passed her want of womnuly sympathy had but will not cause any flame. The rapidly, and poor little Leila toiled disgusted him, and that all hope of substance produces an inert gas, By day and night with flushed face and wlnulng him was over. Meanwhile which prevents combustion. aching fingers, but on Tuesday her Leila was exerting her poor little this scientific process of making tho Inventor mother was taken suddenly ill and strength between the euro of her wood mother and' tho dress which she believes that thousands of fires may sho felt that her chance of completing tho dross by tho following day was determined to finish If possible. bo prevented.- - He also thinks that Lnw-reuc- o was uncertain. Sho wrote to Miss Tho following morning Stanley after the invention is thoroughly sent a superb busket.of fruit known many railroad coaches will Wlnthrop and explained, addtug that and wine to Mrs. Latimer, and somo be built of .wood so prepared. she would do her utmost not to dislovely flowers for Leila. By five Southern Lumberman. appoint her. Wlnthrop received tho o'clock tho dress was completed, aud Whon Miss ALONE FOR CENTURIES. letter she was furious, and started with aching lingers tho poor child at onco for Leila's. Sho had gone packed it neatly und sent it home, Inhabitants of an Abytiin'an Island Who Live by Themselves. but a short distance when she mot and dropping on her knees she Lake Zouay, In Abyssinia, and Stanloy Lawrence, who joined her passed a few moments in thankful and Inquired whether his escort prayer to God for having given her near the southern fiontler of that would bo unpleasant. "Oh, nol On tho strength to finish her task.- country, had not been visited for thocontrary," slio refilled, with a Tho weeks passed rapidly, andStuu- - three or four hundred years by the pretty blush, "I shall bo delighted, ley Lawrenco was uovotcu in his at- Abyssinian authorities, and tho peoI am going to tho dressmaker's, but tcntiims to Leila. Mrs. Latimer ple who live on an Island In the midst will only be detained there a fow mo greatly Improved in health, owing of the luke had remained without to tho many luxuries Stanley Law any communication with the extements, ' When Leila appeared in her trim rcuco delicately, provided, but tho rior world. Emperor Mcncllk has llttlo morning dress, with dainty col- strain was beginning to tell at last recently paid a visit to that lake, lar and cuffs, her beautiful brown on Leila, whoso bright eyes aim whero is situated tho Islatid of in tho churches of which hair colled high on her shapely head, flushed faco proved a nervous and Debrn-Sinn- , cDudltion. Stanloy most valuable Ethiopian manuscripts looking as pretty and refined as possible, but with a weary and anxious Lawrence loved her and was deter- had been hidden by Abyssinian nion expression on her lovely young face, mined to win her for his wife, but he nrchs at tho tlmo of the Invasion of Maud Wlnthrop felt her heart harden hesitated to speak too soon, fearing their country by the Egyptian and that sho would misconstrue his lovo ' Soudan Moslems. Tho Island Is held against her. Vomon often find symmlsfortunqs of a plain for pity, and thus through her prldo as snored ground and Mcnelik's chop- pathy for tho woman, but their hearts are usually lose whatover chances there might lain was tho only man to proceed be in his favor. there on that occasion; ho visUed of marble toward ono possessing But her falling health was so ap- tho churches, looked ut tho ancient youth and beauty. risk all "I am amazed. Miss Latimer," parent that ho concluded tothe llttlo muuuscrints and brought somo of and speak. She caino into them to tho emperor, who ordered in a hard, cold voice, she began "that you should for a moment dis- parlor to meothlm with a smllo, buto them to be religiously returned fro tho chief of tho Island. N. Y. Tribappoint me regarding my dress. It ho was shocked at tho worn appear-ancand pallor of her face. "1 une. was positively uuuersioou, as you aro aware, that it was ordered for a have run down for a moment," sho said, playfully, "but I cannot glvo special occasion, and unless it Is Our iiome$ite by that time tho material as you longer, us my tlmo Is xavy 2finni$t ha$ a I havo a dress precious well as the work will bo your loss," bright UUU girt," writes Mrs. Ij. 0. "I wroto and explained my moth- which must bo finished by Smith, 30 North er's sudden Illness, Miss Wlnthrop," Washington St, "Let It bo the last, my darling," sho began calmly. "Icaunot leave Rochester, N,Y., her. thero being no fcono to care for he said, taking her baud tenderly. "and I have beLeila, to ask hero "I camo LI. come much In- "" lllllll; I J teresiea in me A POOR SUBSTITUTE you to bo my wife." II moat-clu- e laratiy. roor She shook her bead sadly: "You for a thln&r she Utile pays more profit to a dealer, when be sells are very kind; but I cannot tako knows that her poor mother has had tho o he the of it. I know that you vonsumpttoa. She Is from a consumpit Thatrsyou reason his with annoys to help mo, but do you for ono tive family and had been on tho decline claim tUt it is" Just as aet in. till the unerring "hectic flush" Golden good," And that is one moment supposo thut I would acwent for Dr. Fenner1 reeuori why verr wo cept your offer under such circum- Well I giving her 5 drops on a small r.eBBBl BaaaaW ltellef, man woo wants uoctor lump of sugar, every a hours. I used it Heros's FaroriU Pre- stances?" and you ought scription should gotoa Thero wero tears In her beautiful with her about a month haa become hale She rUM dealer. eyes, but sho held her little head to see the channel knowing1 to several Every woman do$ and buxom. I am want it, if she's sufferproudly. "You forget," sho contin- other cures of consumption by it" ing from any ailment ued, smiling through her tears, "that Do not forget while ualutf it in thesa in S that It cures a eawu Umawlawn ." or delicate, she needs It I am only a poor seamstress now, nave eases heals a bruise or burn cut fresh minutes, or & jiit as much. It's a special tonic, that builds hardly u worthy wlfo for a man in without there ever being any soreness her up; a legitimate medicine, that corrects swelling or matterating. The injured your position;." v and cures. For very M aa complaint" Daln. It also and weakness, it is the only semedy so safe "You wrong me, no unswerea, mri nan Iia used without . .. iurAanuleklv summer complolntSi and T and certain that it can be (ruaranfeea, If II "and are unjust to yourself, 1 J0V0 flux, arwl inV disease whore there is inevery casOj you . ,,--.- . I doesn't benefit or cure, in ,r ka vmip mniMV taUV. you, my darling, ana an my ruturo flamraauon or pain, van uiwiwmui totals, oaabe a" jusf as good" for you t happiness Is in your hands, dear. I euros La Grippe. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. Never disapA ion aTsssement U unnewjssary to ask you again to be my wife." points. Contains no opium, morphine eoBTinoe you that you need Dr. Bage's RemeSho looked shly into his eyes and or mineral poisoaa. ilka a bottlo dy for yor Catarrh. IU makers offer $500 ea1 n their earnest (leptfis bis great homo foraoaaethsycaanofcure. to-da- y ,. bo-fo- re so-cuover-wrougflu-isbto-daII to-daI n urranged." "I fall to understand what I have to do with your family affairs," ro piled Miss Wlntbrop, unmoved by tho poor child's sorrow, urn! forgetting Ih her anger tho presence of Stanley Lawrenco. To her dismay sistance. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Sho loveddilm, and nestled In his strong embrace. Sho know that peace liad come to, her at last. N Y. Mercury. DIG MONEY. Is? IIIS FALL FROM i Rw0er .OIOfl . PV t OWCNSBORO, KY. Will practice hid profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, H. J W LTTLB, ' Jus. Glenn, J.ff.K. Weddlr ABSOLUTELY PURE GRAOE. LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, ore r Anderson's Bataar.) ; M M de-Bir- V1 M "4 i, to-da- Bolng tho Sad Story of a Gandoi'a Doublo Llfo. Tli cro be tales which are true and ttales which arc not true; but, unfortunately for poor humanity, that historic meal in tho Garden of Eden, uTTORHBY jJT with its resulting knowledge of good and evil, did not Include an InIlAKTft'ORIft, KY. tuitive perception of truth. Will practice his profession in Ohio I was led to this profound refleciud adjoining counties, and court of tion somo years ago as I sat on a Appeals. Special attention given to flight of stone steps overlooking the collections. OJIico eastiide of public Mine1. Before mo lay an cxpanso Vjuare. of blue sky flecked by white clouds, an expanse of blue sea flecked by M. L. Hkavkin. white horses, between them a fishSiiiany Taylor. ing solntif blending tho blues and HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, whites in a pillar of spray as it fell from sky to sea after its Invisible prey. An idcnl scene; an Ideal day. note a personal pleasure. But I had just lost a HARTFORD, KY. "For, about three weeks after I over n domesticated gray lag gander, Will practice thier profession in all seen htm hurrying up the path, I he Courts who was preening himself on the had ot Ohio and green; and tho fact that four of my had togo over to Flodda that island counties, and in the Court adjoining ot Apcompanions on tho yacht, which lay yonder to shoot a sheep; and there, peals. Hpecial attention given to eggs, I found tho ollectiona. anchored in the bay, had lost similar Sitting on three Office, next door to sums, did not console me. It was gander; Rosamund, meanwhile, be3ank ot Hartford. not our host's fault. Ho had ing allowed tho soloco of society, as warned us that wild geese were tho poor Eleanor had been tho year be wisest animals In creation; ho had ioro. i snau never xorget xno exPerry Westerfield, sworn tho title was true, nod we hod pression of that bird when he saw treated him with contumely. So ho me. Perhaps you cau Imagine It, At any rate, I cannot had brought us and our cigars to the gentlemen. Beaver Dam, Ky. steps whence, five minutes before, describe It properly: but there was a wo had seen that beast of a gander pathctlo appeal in It, as much as to go deliberately up to tho big water say: 'Yes, old man; I've made a mis.D.GUFFY. fl. D.RINGO Unit, turn the tap with his bill and take, I know; but I'm not sparing myself. I sit all day here, and I sit tnko a leisurely bath. "You will observe," said our host, all night over tho way, and, upon caressing tho ears of his favorite set- my soul, I don't think- either of them ter, "that he does not close tho tap has much to complain about.' ill practice in all courts of Ohio again. Indeed, he seems unnblo to , "I went home, curious to see tho dud adjoining counties, Kuperior connect this negligence with tho denouement of the little tragedy. It 9ourt and Court of Appeals. Colsubsequent phenomenon of an empty begap with the appearance pf Elea- lections and all legal business attend-i- d d to. Office 329 E. Market St. butt. Barring this failure to grasp nor, bringing with her two tho first principle of hydrostatics, Uko balls of goslings there is nothing, I verily believe, ' chenille. They were children any H. B. WEDDING, which that gray lag does not undcr- - . father mighty be proud of, and tho stand." gander gazed at them with fondest There was a loud silence. Wo had affection. But his 'honorrooted in learned our lesson. dishonor stood,' and almost before Hartfom), Ky, "And yet,' continued our host, the mother had finished pointing out W ill practice his profession in all meditatively, "that bird is a living their charms ho was off to his other the courts of Ohio and adjoiuinsc cxninplcpf the rulh tfiat the wisest duties. I don't know" what excuso oouuties. Also Notarv Public.' of us may stoop to folly. It is two he mado. There are a number of Office, room 20, Hartford House. years since, and he has almost re-- i them to choose from, so it can be covered Ids aud author- left to tho Imagination. It was ity In the farmyard; but at tho tlmo after this that I noticed for the first You are time- what I may call moral deteho was qulto crushed. aware, of course, that tho graylags rioration in tho gander. Hitherto ho are not only monogamous, but that, had, as it were, bolstered up his as a rule, the tie is binding for llfd?" br his own discomfort: now. Ono of our party, whose wife when I met him hurrying toward tho ' Hartford. Ky. audits his monthly accounts, mur- kelp house where, no doubt, be had ILL practice his profefcion in all mured his belief that the samo was a sick friend, or something of that the courts of Ohio and adioioin&r true of tho whole family of gecso. unties and Court of Anneals. rWn. sort he had tho furtlvo look In his "They do not pah until tho sec- eyes ofone who is thoroughly lf attention given to collections. Office over Carson ft Co. Ho was ond year, and when our colony of ashamed of himself. domesticated graylags began, it so lying horribly, and ho knew it. happened that It consisted of two Still, in his limited way, he was reBa geeso and a gander, one of the ally trying to minimize tho evil. To former being, as It were, still lu tho no purpose. He was reckoning with As a natural conse- - out that feminine lovo of a scene schoolroom. quence, tho gander sot up houso which Is resjKmslble for so many HARTFORD, KY. with tho other, whom, for tho sako tragedies In life. One day, when sun was shining, the tsea and W'H practice his profession in the of convenience, wo will call Eleanor. the Ho was a good husband, a devoted sky as bluo as biuo, could be, and all courts of Ohio and adioinimr counties. Careful attention given to all business father, for you aro also aware, of ,,iJMruited te him. Office in Runni i iV iHiiujui tlvo goose trlbo share .it course, that Tl..:i,l! Iliuuu ttuinwu lutu .iu "unmuH. gosllugs T tho duties of tho nursery. During with three more fluffy, more tho time of incubation, he took most more utterably desirable than any of the day work, so asto allow Eleanor tho solace of society. After- previous goslings! Gentlemen, I ward he sat up at night with tho havo heard many sermons on the danger of yielding to temptation; young goslins when they were teething. Ho was, in fact, a compendium they are all weak as water compared of atl tho domestic virtues, and hod, to my memory of the gander as he let us hope, his reward In the affec- btood there in tho sunlight surrounded by five goslings, and two tion of his family. "It was on February 14 In tho geese. Three weeks after he was following year that I first noticed a skin and bone." slight fiiction In the hitherto happy "Is that all?" asked one of our Until then, tho younger party, timorously. home. goose, whom wo will call Rosamund, Our host sighed. had been freely admitted to the fam"I wish I could say It was. Next ily circle and permitted to graxo year those three gosllugs were HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. with it. I was surprised, thorefore, I will say this for the motherless. Is prepared to do any and all kinds to see Eleanor, after watching fur- gander, that I am convinced ho was Trices most tively fiom behind a bowlder, ad- Innocent of all blame; I will say this of Dental Operations. nable. Office over Williams 8c vanco on Rosamund and drive her for Elcahor, that she did hcrbest to with great asperity; tho look after the orphans; but there U Bell's Drug Store. away gander I could sec from his a senso of duty about the female sex remonstrating feebly which makes me glad sometimes expression as he wus hurried away to a dis!S IX IVHI'X'sVS that I'm not a married man. That tant part of tho green. After thut is all. It Is a true story, and If auy poor Rosamund used to sit on a of you doubt It, I shall be happy to d-covered stone on tho shore and prove It from tho mouth of creditlook out over tho Mlnch, tho imago able witnesses on tho same terms." of outraged innocence and patient There was auothcr loud silence. despair, Eleanor had sottlcd her London Sketch. nest, as on the preceding year, Not a Ufa of Bliss. about a quarter of a milo from tho house, and on tho principle, I supTho amount of detail work necespose, of Satan finding mischief for In un architect's office is simply Idle hands, kept tho gander pretty sary stunning, aud ttio fivo per cent, fee Consebuy with preparations. quently I saw very little of anyone of the prof csslon Js really insignif- OFFICE OVER RED FRONT the a compensation la prepared to de all kinds ol but Rosamund, who moped on tho icant as services exacted. for Besides arduous edge of the tide like7 Mariana at the Dental work at reasonable priots. tho architect window of the Moated 0 range. With tho largo contracts, arrogance whlchhnust has to attend to numberless petty that human In contracts for every building. bo so aggravating to tho inferior tho ARK PENNYROYAL PILLS animals, I concluded sho was on tho these days of fierce competition as little as possible the celebrated Female Regulator, lookout for another mate. I was contractor gi"s and are perfectly sale and always relia sorry for her as a victim to civiliza- for the money ho receives can, tho J owner gets as much as no ine le. For all Irregulantes, painful tion. lenitruatious, Suppressions, they "When, however, tjio Incubation ' architect's position as a mediator beever fail to aflord a needy and cer- bcunu.t I noticed at once ttmt thn tween the confllctlntr interests Is not - gander had Insisted on haVlnglils an enviable one. Every day when in relief. NOEXPEKIMKHT.but building Is lively he Is called upon to scieotifio and poaitivercJiel, adopted day out. After all, it was very nat AU ural. Eleanor was no longer quite uecuio questions y mw, umuy ui nlv after vcara of experience. was the mother of a which wouiu puzzio me average law orders aunnlied direct from our of voumr. Sho family, and, us such, soclbty had yer, and ho is generally able to do fice. Price per package, $1,00, or post-riaidoubtless ceased to hayc charms for It. Between Ignorance aud selfish- six packages for $5.00, by mail EVERY PACKAGE GUAR gentlemen, that I noss on the part of clients and con her, I may say, (sealed) 4c. hud uo'suspklons 'until in tho dusk tractors the llfo of au architect is so ANTEED. Particulars Confiono ovenliiL' I mot thoenndcr hurry- - harried that it la a .wonder that the All Correspondence strictly average duration of life of this valu dential. PARK REMEDY CO. lug, up the path from tho sioroylth ' Is not shorter Boston, Maw. Rosamund. Ho was evidently airaiu able class of citizens than It Is. Buffalo Courier. of being lute somewjierfi f "Tho next day Rosamund had disappeared, aud, as Eleanor was now Immersed in maternal duties all day, I saw nothing of anyone, save the gander. In the early mornings or late evenings, e appeared for a few minutes on the green, with bill down, grazing hastily, distractedly, like a man eating his dinner at a railway station. He looked ill at ease; his eyes had the sleepless, harassed look of one burning tho candle of life at both ends, and be never took a bath. At the tlmo I wondered at this, for, as you are aware, he la a very cleanly bird." (A faint sigh ran round tho company.) "Afterward I learned, by the light of subsequent events, to appreciate tho Though erring, ho was not utterly dead to duty, and the fear of giving a chill to his potential offspring restrained him from Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice 4nd collections. if RttorneysatLaw five-poun- d Attorney at Law. ttorneys - t aw, green-and-gol- I Attorney at Law. sclf-rcspe- - W. H. BARNES self-respe- ct imwt at Jo. m attorney at Law, ROQERS, greou-nhd-gol- ia d '. - green-anugoI- J. R. PIRTLE ENTIST 4 seawee- i 4 DENTIST. I r- J place, between Cloverport aud liarQUAlVVtUlLY UKPORT As is well known, he jvns no match upon arriving at tho place whoro tho for Mr, I.ouis and v,is nt n great dis- juicy fruit ot tho vino lay, mcir lean dinsburg to water their horse. Both OF YHIv- gentlemen bad gotton out of tho bugadvantage and showed he wushackid, cr, Mr. MuKinley entered tho patch F1UDAY HORNING iFUnMSUEO EVERY took olT his coat, diauk water, cleared and beimn thumping; tho melons nt fill a gy. The horse after drinking his Hie Hon. John W.Lewis Roasts Oar Correspondent Writes Editor Anil Proprietor. 'JO. II. ItOULIt.N, his thioatund used nil those tittle de- his teisuii. when all at once a hammer stuck up his head aud then bis tail Touching Up vices known to public speakers where- fill caused by u trigger being pulled Racy Letter, our Alex in Most Apaud then started for home, where he Friday, SistTCMiiitR 7. iSjm. by time for thought to gdued, and then u loud repoitnml a man ou the soon arrived with mauo and tail flying. proved Style. Domooratio Tiokot. embarrassment worn olT. llto efforts ground with 11) little bullets smarting MEN, WOMEN AND THINGS. The two gentlemen after staring for at explanation were indeed pitiable, his skin, lie soon got up however, At thoCloso of Business on UnttTTu n k. r o nTo a while at their fast fleeing horse, took Mr. Lewis replied nt .some length We are authorized to announce A COMPLETE VICTORY. 18th clay of Juno and hurriedly loft leaving his hat, up their line of march and were soon I and the way he used ltitti up would K. T. Williams llARDINSllUIUI, KY.,Scpt. 3, '94 1804. met0 by the delegation from town, for which ho limped back tho next have excited sympathy for him had As the Democratic nominee for CounMiss'Tida Mercer attended tho which escorted them to town amid Hoikienvimj:, Ky,, Aug, HO, I uot his castigation been of his own morning and made his acknowledge" Election, Judge of Ohio county. ty R1W0URCKS. Sunday School Convention at Editor Riu'uiimcax: It is desira- tremendcous enthusiasm. mcuts promising never (il Wwterlield November 6, 1894. Loans aud Discounts . , $7t75&7 would forgivo hiuO to molest his Overdrafts, secured The attitude in which Mr. Cleve- blc that an account of tho meeting ho-We are authorized to announce . 264.11 Whcn hc pJclu wl Mr. Montgomery Misses Fannie and Mary Smith land now stands beforo the world is tween Hon, .John W. Lewis, Kepub- 5'J4fto. Big hearted Overdrafts, unsecured , John M. I.kach jM Congress, who nielons any inqre. ( na llC 0Illv man As the Democratic nominee for the left last week to atteud school at peculiar and somwhat puzxling. For hcan candidate for Concrete, and according to his own theory, did uot Perry promptly pardoned him and Due from National Hanks 11,115.58 Due from State banks and office of Assessor of Ohio county. Midway, Ky. Miss Fannie will have Hon. A. B. Montgomery, his Demo- belong totlicCouricr-Journnr- j years Mr. Cleveland has been consttN "army took him to the patch and "set 'em Hankers ' Election, November 6, 1894. completed her fourth year next sum- - ered far better than his 3,000.001 party by Re- cratic competitor, nt this place ou of noodles n1ltrc.ikcd with treason," lip" nnd young McKinloy took Ids Hanking house nud lot , Miss Lizzie , , 2,632.71 . mer and will graduate. publicans. While Republicans jcoultl Monday, tho 27th hist., bo laid beforo but as the only great tariff reformer departure a sadder and wiser man, Specie , , Hopublicau Tiokot. Currency a,p4.iH Smith will teach school this fall at net and do not eudorse his on tho readers of your paper, and m cir- and voting ngniiut the wi.shes of his but perhaps feeling in his heart that Furniture nud Fixtures . views 1,500 00 Glendcane, Hardin county, and Miss the tariff, yet they have thought that cumstances prevented n preparation district, for Mr. Crisp for Speaker, it was good to have bejm there on , . "867.12 Current expenses' , Maggie Smith in Daviess county near he possessed a sturdy honesty. They of same in time for this week's issue, against Mill the gteat light of n that eventful night uml thaUthe ox Owcnsboro. nud the strange nud sudden periencewas worth more than tho have believed him conscientious and it is hoped that it will appear next A serious cutting affray occurred have thought he had the good of LIABILITIES. week, as time does not materially ef- metamorphose ffom u very small nud blood ho lot aud that tho surplus iu tho unknown Congressman to u Commitrecently out near Hudsonsville be- Nation ut heart. They now have fect it as an item. his bond where tho experience got to, Capital stock paid iuliiic.ish5,ox),(M) Surphis fund $,250,00 tween two bovp, each one of them beMonday icferred to was County teeman of thegreatebt importance and was wortlrmorcthan thc deflcitin his Undivided grave reasons to believe that theso , . '4720 jToi" jnofits asked how came it? Was it n case of, ing about twelve years of age. They facts are now not so, because of recent Court day and Mr. Lewis had an ap- - ! Tickle me,ticklc me. tickle mc Hill, do, legs where tho most of tho lead land- Due Depositors 5n5717a . a. became angry at each other, we under events now fresh in the DueSt'telutiks&SPleb'k'is- - 5!Mo ed. memory of nil. IHiiiiunoiii 10 spcnK nere. 1 ncrc wits Y ( vn t;ck , yoll lickIc ' National llnnkji stand, over a knife swap and began He has said that the Tarid Bill which no oiner appointment ami .Mr. Klrolloii.Mov. O, C. M. Kvnna is opening up u lino Due -thc climax was rcaclcii ami tliehomro For Congress John W. Lewis, of to fight. One of them whoso name coal lmuk on W W. Royal's faun. a Democratic Congress has passed was made with that knowledge. A came down. Washington county. $1tl33" SVATJJ Ol' KltXTL'CKV, )'J should he known that in his Tho coal is said to bo of u very supeFor Appellate Judge II. ID. GufTy. is Kevitt, and a sou of tho People's constitutes party perfidy and dis- short time after ho arrived hero he re It s Party candidate for Jailor, drew his honor. Such a measure in the light ccived notice from a member of tho speech in the Court House Mr. Lewis rior quality and considerable coal ha County oi Onto, For Comity Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. knife and began slashing his oppo of such a statement certainly deserved Democratic County Committee that made a statement in the presence of already been sold. II, U.irues, Cashier of Reaver John For County Clerk D. M. Hoclccr. Deposit Hank, a bank located M I nent viciously. He kept it up until his prqmpt veto. He did not veto Air. Montgomery was on his way here Mr. Moutgoucry and in his hearing B.J. Head and Will otttt, of Datudoing IniMiur.s iu the town of , For County Attorney E. P. Neal. nud he was stopped by bystanders. The the bill. If it be truo that the new to speak also. Mr. Lewis said that of what was said and transpired iu Reynolds, completed digging n well Reaver I)au),iii .said coituty.bciiig duFor Assessor N. C. Daniel. boy who was stabbed is in a critical For Jailer John W. Clack. ly sworn, nays that the foregoing retariff bill is Democratic perfidy and hc had not invited Mr." Montgomery Dr. Smock's stoie and that Montgom- for W. W. Royal a few days ago. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. condition. He is a son of Mr, Felix. dishonor Peyton Anderson utu! Dutch Unb- port is in all respects a trucstatcment and Mr. Cleveland by bis and that it was his appointment to ery neither denied nor dissented from For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. of thc condition of thc said bank nt any part of it. Butler, a prominent stock dealer in silence permits it to become uilt havo leased Mrs. Juno HoyaPn thc clo.se 01 business ou thc rSth doy magistrates: a law, speak the gentleman said it was cerThe crowd, though composed of thc new coal ban!; nnd huvo begun work, oljune. rSj(to thc best of his: that part of the county, Tho aftiair then it is a logical conclusion that Mr. tainly an unusual proceeding. With Hartford A. S. Aull. is deplored by the whole community Kosine C. I. Woodward, this information he told some of his usual number of Democrats iu such Henry Chambers and ton, Ab, knowledge and biliefjnud further snyt Cleveland is a party to Democratic evidently in sympathy Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. that the business of s.'iid bank has in which it occurred. friends if Montgomery came and meetings, was of near Huwcsville, th latter u Dop been transacted at thc location namperfidy and dishonor. The actions Fordsville with Lewis in his manly handling of The correspondent to the Hard rg Buford of Mr. Cleveland have surely placed wanted to see him hc could be found thc personal part of the matter "as uty Sheriff of Hancock county, left ed, nud uot cl&cuhuc; nud that the Leader from Harncd gives an himself report is constrblk: or bis party in au extremely at thc Hays Hotel. Afterwards Dr. iu tho discussion of thc tariff issue for homo Friday, after :i few days abovean official made in compliance with notice received from Hartford Hosea Shown. account of a rather singular social Smock sent to thc hotel for Lewis to embarossing position. It u ill be reand he will receive many Democratic vUit nt aunt Uabulle Royal', who has the Secretary of Stuti designating Rosine Thomas Allen. Singular membered gathering at that place. to his drug store, ho Avcnt there votes in I.aUue, Thc Democratic been sick for sometime. thc iSth day of June, 1894. as thc . after conic Cromwell R, B. Martin, that immediately on account of what the parties ate. Mr, Fordsville H. S. Royal and Clnv Ivlwanb, day ou which such report shall be Cleveland threw a bomb into tho and was receiving his party friends, Comrress hv the crace of (Sod. now made. Buford He says; "The following parties met Senate bj his letter severely condemn- and others, when Mr. Montgomery adjourned, has presented the country j of Dai7.ctown, paid their brother and Subscribed nud sworn to before ere at Ed Goodman's last night and spent ing the proposed tariff bill, several came in, he walked up to Mr. Lewis with facts which even a novice could father-in-laLeo Roval u visit tin? by John II. Runes, the 20th day if Montgomery voted for the Sugar a few hours in eating watermelons, and spoke to him, at the same time array so as to discomfit a much abler week. June, iSgj. Rowan- - Uouikooc, Trust Tariff Bill and John W. want ice cream and other social enjoy- Democratic Senators stated that Mr, Clerk Ohio Countv Court. Sherman RslhuiiV, a little mui of CIcvelaudhad known all the sterol extending Ins linml. .Mr. J.ewis spoke man than our A lev, aud it is there ' m " to repeal it. Think of this and vote ments," lly Simutv Tavi.oh, U. C I ot take his fore no wonder he appeared as though W. J. Uellamy, U quite sick at tlu M Wra Pol,tc,y but (itl that;had been taken and had practic- na you like it. J. II. Hani: ns, Cnshfer Mr. Jo B. Bugby has a position ' Montgomery said you speak a .cyclone had .struck him when they wilting, ally given his approval of the same. " R. l HoCKitu, Director. in the un revenue ,,erc were handled lyso consummate a service that ho would, Mrs. G. W, Clark and children, of Jko. H. Haunmw, It this be true Mr. Cleveland did not Tun Democrats of Colorado have dcr Collector I. IV HAUNAitn, Powers. His family tote fair with Democratic Senators. ' Montgomery thcu announced that hc master of sarcasm and irony as Mr. Owensboro, arrived :i few days ago declared for Free Silver. The Dem left for Owenaboro last Saturday, come l0 emanrt n division of Lewis. cvcr;il dayb with her broth to spend Iu fact Democratic Senators have i niul ocrats of Kentucky did the en rue No man ever appeared at better adwhere they will make their future or?, Perry and Iku Waiierficld. charged him with acting unfairly. It time. Lewis said that he did uot re- vantage nud as a thing only a few years ago. moic complete tuns home. They hare a host of friends ud, Will Day , About threo weeks would seem therefore upon a compar-- . cognize his right to make such a Of condition of the terofthe field than did John W. caught two rufliuiH ago Dcuuch'cld, this place who regret to see them that it was lib appointment from Evkisy voter who is tired of hard at ison ot Mr. Uevelaud s letter to tt X, Lewis at Ilcdgenville. leave, but whose best wishes follow .p HobMcCleary and Jo Mill?, 111 the nud his letter to Representative nud he claimed thc right to manage time, who desires a return to the them to their new home. Dr. Price's Cream Making Powder act of stealing chickens at hi' home 1I-1TICatchings that he is inconsistent. Ho his own canvass us hi i ted him beat. prosperity of two'yenrs ago and who IjI anJ WorU's rlr Highest Last Tuesday was a warm day a near. Deancfield. They had teui has been dodging. The American If arrangements for joint discussions is willing to do for what is the best in very warm day, but the excessive there the night beforo but bid k?h people, above every thing else, detest were to be made that certain courtetercet of the country should cast Lie tins heat had not prepared us for a certain sies aud amenities should bo observed frightened away, leaving their txk weaK and vacillating character; a ballot for John W, Lewis for Con. 1 RKSOURCMS. t scene that met our reportorial eye. It That tho ing uteusihs salt, et 'dilcli IWr. mind that shifts with every wind that in such arrangements. gresa. I.OU1H was tins: Wo were walking up blows. They firmly believe, espec- matter should have been arranged by Day watched the next niphr, rl m Ovcrxirafts. hctircl . , , . Church Avenue, and happening to a respective committees in tho district, they stooped to pick up tiioi Ovcfdrati, na&cvuied , , 1142.91 '. ially on occasions like that which con A man of marked ability, of unIJ3.04 look up w.e saw a colored gallant com cooking apparatus' Mr. D.iy prwcuN Dupfrom Rinks fronted Mr. Cleveland, that "ho who aud until such arrangements were sullied character, and representing a iiKititncr. Haukiuir house anil lot . . 3,000.00' ing down the street. Under his arm Mi$s Ilallic Miller, of this place, ed his double barrel ni.d matched furniture nnd dallies is a dastard and he who doubts made hc proposed to manage his own party pledged to uphold American , FLture 1,000,00' was a folded umbrella of the largest Cleveland campaign without dictation from him. was thc guest of MUs Mattic Holland, them around to gi'L wlruvf cn iu cito Cash In safe , .,. is damned already.' Mr. interests, the canvass of John W. . 8.696.13. size. Upon his arm was a duster. In , . . . . of prosecution, which bhouM follow, Debts tit, suit 668.54 however hit the nail squarely ou the If n challenge is given for it joint dis- of Whitcsvillc last week. Lewis for Congress should appeal his haud was atremeudeons palm leaf The ice cream flipper nt Berry as thc whole DrntiifieM eon u try StocutniiilJia:u4M . , head when hc said: ' "I do uot claim cussion it is always awarded the one with special force to the voters of the ' ' fan. At each arm was a damsel, each to be better than the masses of my challenged the right to choose the Hchoolhouse Saturday night wa.sqtdto complains of having chickens stolen Fourth District. $89,11X05; f of whom he fanned impartially. The and a roasting ear is lucky if it esa success. party, H and the Democratic party time and place of such discussion. I.IAHIMT1KS. gentleman himself seemed to be in u Mr. Lewis told him of ungentle Mis Beatrice Motrin leturucd from capes the stomach ot theso midnight Capital Stock under the great white light ot recent Elsewhere in this issue will be ?J0,0H),ilV happy mood. His face was wreathed Due Depositors R. K, j'uui.kmn. manly treatment ho had received at Foidsvillo. Sunday, after .a week' prowlers. . exceedingly bad. giving full . events appears found a communication Due other Hanks in the blandest ot smiles. The per August :m, wju uis nanus at oiicpuerusviuc, Ky,, in visit. Robin Hood. particulars of the meeting of Mr. Profit and Loss account , , ... . spi ration was running over his face, 18S7, when he ran in ou him us ho Tho singing at .Mr, Jim Jones' Dividend Xo. 20 Lewis and Mr, Montgomery at Hod not seem to disturb his had on this occasion, and was given a Thursday night was ijuilo nice. Iu the last issue of your p.iper r. geuville Monday the 27th. The tetter but.tbisdid We passed, beaming countenance. $S..i8.o5: division of time nod after receiving Mr. Virgil Miller has leen work piece appeared concerning n bible did not icach this office in time for and as we passed the happy trio S. K, COX, PursimiST. fair treatment from Lewi, he made u ing ou a house for Miv. Lou Maddux which was lost during the campmcet-inis Mr. Lewis insertion Inst week. smiled and smiled. at Sulphur Springs belonging to bitter personal speech and then walk- at Philpot. abundantly able to take care of Revs. W. B. Suead and R. W, Cox ed out of the house backwards calling Messrs. R. M. Miller nud Allio U. S. Tabor himself and no ono is more painfully recently closed a very successful reThc lady alluded to in that article WIIEH YOU GO 1 Q QWENSBQIUF to the crowd to follow, th us trying to Rico made n Hying trip to Hnwesvillo aware of that fact than his opponent, 0A1.1.OM vival meeting which was held .it the was Mrs. Dr. Hcan. Since the article break up the meetiug and prevent Wednesday. Mr. Montgomery. NT. IIFKMO.V. residence of Mr. Riley Blair, who lives appeared I have seen Mrs. Hean mid Lewis from replying to him. He Mn. Agnes Stewart and daughter, Sept. 3, Thc school atBcda openshe acknowledges that Mic said iu about one and ahalf miles from also spoke of insulting language used Miss Hnttle, of Chamber, are of its Tun Revwilican is proud ed Monday morning with sixtyfivo thc presence of a few persons that town ou the Owensboro roaU. We by Montgomery on that occasion toHiLK.ut, thU place. excellent corps of correspondents and Hrother Tabor had lelt his biblcinmy For thc fineMtml Mont ArtUtie Wmk, understand that there were some 14 pupils enrolled. The sun which shone wards both Lewis and Bradley, in hence feels that an apology is due so bright seemed to uweken each pucare, but she had been misinformed any size Ffcdcriea Si.t Mttn or 15 conversions and several addi them for the manner in which, of echool whose iuterest Lewis was speaking, Re- by another party. Mrs. Heutt said to SrrlawMtfu &37 M. E. Church and the M. pil, making them glad that tions to the Mr, Montgomery denied using cernecessity.they have been treated inour me iu thc presence of two or tlitce days had once more arrived nnd that E. Church South. tain language attributed to him when last few issues. Circumstances have others that she did uot mean to intithey must enter upon a field ot work. Lewis said, "why have Miss Irene C. Board left Mouday youthehra.cn reudered it impossible for us to give mate that I had gotten siidliiMeShe We are sathfied that Prof. Barnett 011 them the space their work merited, to attend college at Russellville, Ky, and his assistant, W, R, Carson, will impudence to deny that which I can also says that she i3 willing to inakc prove by a hundred witnesses? I will Some one from Stephensport, in gocalh that she did not mean to leave but we hope to do better in the future do all in their power to make the not permit you to deny it sir, you this county, contributed a very in any such impression 011 tin: mind of ingLet the communications come in. school a success. shan't dispute my word," any one that she would be ns far We desire a good correspondent from teresting column to the Leader a ComI, rorr Mrs. Dee Galloway nnd sons, Ernest , In further conversation Mr, Lewis 1 I have sold my Interest fir the from believing puch a tiling of me, as in the county and from this place. Remarks here and there and Mora, of Cloverport, every town have asked him ithe proposed to retract the Johnson and Mosely Coal Bank to she would of her httsUmd, in the column established tho fuct every county in the Fourth Congressreturned to their home after several the offensive language used on that j I write this in jttstitc to Mis. Hv-athat the writer was a woman. In last ional District. days visit to the family f her sis- occasion and apologize for same, aud Albert Rial and have opened another week's issue she says: "We some times coal hank ou the farm of J, V, Recks, she having denied that she meant ter, Mrs. J. A. Bennett. he replied no, he had no apologies to three miles east of town. Send :uc In thcJeasttotiisimiatcion my diameMiss Lura Ward is visiting above make.Lewis told him then hc would Jack Gross tin soldiers disgraced wish that tho 'Leader9 was not so in i Martin, your orders and I will guarantee you ter, pepeudent, for wo feel like saying town. themselves and the State during the never recognize him in any joint de- good coal, Respectfully, something 'political,' but fear to, and Miss Clara Fnrd Ccntertown, is bate or discussion nor voluntarily en- recent Dncampment at Paducah and Needing a tonit wikUdrvntlintwantfauIMtu; N, Gatj.acijk, up.viwuM title cloeed out by getting ono of their then you know that George Elliott spending a few days with her brother, gage in any with him, and that he Si nnoww'rt uto.v niTTisrt. is not Ills le&flillti tnku.rurot MA!arU, Imllirev would manage his own campaign free and killed. The soldiers told us years ago, that 'politics number shot Mr. J. N. Ford. Tone he rn .oflci. tion.uuil WMoiUiiifi. AlltKftKtnkcfl The Teachers of the Hit ford Magishad repeatedly robbed a boy who woman's sphere." Your conclusion Miss Mamie Borah, who is visiting from his insolence aud dictation, to keep out of politics, my lady, is at said that Lewis could terial District are earnestly requested kept a stand near the camp and one relatives here will return to Cromwell Montgomery opiu-iospeak two hours nnd that he would to meet promptly at S o'clock a. m. night the young fellow was roused wise one indeed in our humble Suuday. means so much more; c7 ill nI While it is the duty of every I from sleep by some one trying to Some of our people ntteuded Church then take the Court House. Mr. on the 3d Saturday in September so you imagine serious ancj Lewis asked by what right he ns the business can be transacted by 1 1 his house. He fired with man to bo interested in politics suf- at Victory Friday. break into 'trttril llCfifinnn rncul r evsumed to control his time, that he o'clock, J, L. Rlmoku, Vice l'res, Mrs, Lottie Paris, of Henderson, a shotgun and the intruder a soldier, ficiently to enable him to cast an in trifling ailments neg) would speak one hour or five just as Amci; Bowman, SecJy, received the charge in the neck and telligent ballet, yet it would be better is tho guest of her pareuts, Mr. and 4 Iln.i94- .- aI.. ...!1. XT - - u. jiirty wiui. vv iUure'S he saw fit and that he would occupy for the country nt largo if a great Mrs, was instantly killed. The fact that J. N. Hudson, Ij.s.l 1 " r.'i'nntAftt- - vill When thc ncalp is atrophied, thc house until he got though aud or war K4v.tu.w.iL Khl mauy men who are uow in politics ;ifjulijmi Ju;" tho Mayor of the city signed the boy's John 1). Foster, who has been iu din not intend to be interrupted and shiny bald, no preparation will re, XV The Republicans of tho Contrr- were out of it altogether. It is a very ouarefcellne bond is conclusive proof of tho state business at Bedn for the punt fourteen any attempt ou his part to do so btoro the hair; in all ' r.1 ..l. - k othercases,Hairs lowu voting precinct aro cnTKerf to J? U Kmtrall))(-soldiers hard matter fora man to spring upon years, has rented a large storediouso might have a very serious termina- of public sentiment. Jack's justed, nenom, Hftr Rcnower will start a growth, r Ha un tililiilllrt meet nt tho Cculertown SchfioMiiiiui J and come out with proved themselves very tough. How the political arena in Hnrtford and is uow in Louisville, tiou, ' . ..i i rnu't i nrlr ou Saturday, Sept, 8, at 2 o'ekek ;pf Ins escutcheon untarnishcd.In politics begin Lt oncetak like Jack! purchasiug a stock of fall goods. He UfcClll'fcloil Uiitr. n( Tim ferofmW i flin QiitiQlfinri liitltcinoitrclla money is more powerful than brains. will l c ktreiJirtlicnhie . A, R. KncanipnicntatT'ittsJ m.. for tho purpose of perinnncdt raovo to Hartford ina few days what was said iii Dr. Smock's store I flincdkine.wlilclil organization, Foul means areas potent as fair ones, A full ntloiulanco is "AUU Among the latest charges against and begin business at once. May uc The whole manner of Mr. Montgom. burtf. P". Sept. 10th to lfith, 181)4, trrt. A few bot desired. J, M.ilisuoit tle cute benefit Populist when the passions aud prejudices of cess be his wherever he may go. and the Republicans cry was that of a bulldozer and that it t!ckets will he on sale nt Heaver "Dam Cnmen from the . Member of County Committee. men are aroused. Let women at least very firtt do- e- " BU)NJ)A, parties made by Democratic newspawas presumptions iu a Republican to September 5, (I, 7, 8 ami i)f at S1LM0 . tfcir trim refrain from dabbling iusuchpollution. teeth, ana It's pers is tho enactment of iho new Sudare to speak iu the Court Houses in ! for round trip, limited to two days nciiaui (otikc. "Politics is not woman's sphere.7' Tlml TJreil Ffellntr The Henderson gar Tariff Bill. his District without him being pres- - each way with extreme limit till Hop Is a dangerous couditiou directly due I Messrs. Duel Board aud C. E.I entand acting as "cock of the walk," , tember 23, 1804, Gleaner bays; "By tho terms of the . should furnished a sensation for tho to depleted or impure blood. It his bearing and language one , KorColorcd Emaneinathm (?lnhm. Tired and nervous, my food am not digest From amended sugar bill tho Sugar Trust Kidney and I.lver pepsla, not be allowed to continue, as iu its would have thought hlmire.sh from a cully In fact I wni Iu poor 3ie!th trenerAliv. will pocket annually forty million town last week. They drove down Troubles, .raila, 1 naci jo sioep debility tho system is especially liablo House that had bulldozed a Senate tion at Greouvillo, Ky, September In the ,ist:pa(Zoci9 Itod Blood dollars and who'so to blarao for it? If toCloverport in a buggy. PWlrjinttipinnerito 22, 18!) fh tickets will bo 011 sale at Hood's Instead of being front a Mouse jnst to serious attacks ot illness. breathe easily at Nervous ailments ilarb, is not tho Democratic party, and yet evening about half past seven o'clock iufinu Sarsaparilla is tho remedy for such a bulldozed and humiliated by n Sen Reaver Dam, Soptcmber 22, nt 7oc. i jinn the V Women's complaints. a few renegade Democratic Senators the horse came trotting into town for tho round flip, good to return has crossed red condition and also for that weakness ate, and made thc laughing stock of others ate sub voted with the Republicans and Pop. with an empty buggy. Several par18t) which prevails at the change of seas. the country, abyworduud n reproach H September 23, iouB.a relief ln.1 I jtiiuu onreceiioi two ac. stamps wo will Kiwi fctt Of Ifll UCHU tlful WDflJ Ilnvt'taa Sarsanarliu: II I ulists to bring about this result." ties in town knowing tho horse to be ..vn, 81,50 round trip from Reaver Dam I. til Mr, Lewis spoke one hour aud L.1.1.. on, climate ot life. J liavu1 taken loven Speaking further on this subject and n spirited one immediately surmised P BROWII CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, thirty-fiv- e minutes, though it was to Princeton Sunday, Sept. 10. SpecLotties aoiI can pat Hood's Pills arc purely vegetable, in ripping up tho Populist Senators it that ho had run away, thrown Messrs. wlAtipiuunf, sleef, evident that Montgomery thought ho ial train will leave Reaver T)in at soundly uid fet says: "Wo find them voting with the Board and Haswell out of tho buggy carefully prepared from the best in was speaking ngaiust time ill order to 7:10 a. m. Returning, leave PrinceroaUdunlciriovtiK BUtUQUITr, OlT II QCAITtTTi Republicans solid as ono man to give aud that their mangled remains could gredients. 25c, prevent his speaking. He devoted ton at 11:30 p. jh. Tickets will nlso young at taicfar.V the Sugar Trust forty million dollars be found some whereon the road side. tar i IT and thc part Mr, ho good returning on No. 0, Septemhimself to thc I vhen I uso Judf of the people's money,'' Comment is This report being circulated caused Montgomery plated in it, convicting ber 17th. meiuiamytiiijtf II. Mkuiiiok--. unnecessary, yet wo can't refrain from considerable agitation ou the part of him of inconsistencies that are uppa tlu ti express my thanks auffioft.ent hr?' remarking that we thought;-hearor their many friends. Consequently rent to any one who has followed m hiv owwfuuiH. uvititu nng nvvAi Momla'y night, the l.'llh, Mori id dreamed we heard the new Sugar pedestrians and equestrians went the bill from the time it was repotted CREAM C Savsat by Mr, Montgomery's Committee to McKinley with otlicra went to 1 Tariff Bill was a genuine Democratic pouring out the pike in hot haste ex SJ his- its final passage, nln hot haste" by Vc8terfiehrfi two gentlemen watermelon Wlr measure enacted by a genuine Dem- oxpecting to find the natch, lla the Houise, as amended by the Sen- buving nuido un unsuccefisful raid ou fts Hood's SarsAnrllla. ocratic Congress, but not until we all broken up. About two miles 1KB. LLAHA. JBe i, yAt ate. YEARS FOR tho patch the Saturday morning pro LACK.Wlfgofitnr. T. V. read the Gleaner did wo know that from town, however, the two gentleKW Mr, Montgomery's speech was a vlous, but this time thoy doubtless Wallaco, clp'rk ofbiood 08 !od all Worm Wemodlos, tho Republicans and Populists were men were found meandering their AiyfQciaUoq of naptlaf, Calro;t GUARANTEED. defensive one. He defended thc part anticipated a high old tiiuo, but they Kircr , Vim BOTTIE tyKy, accused by the Democracy of passing way home on foot. Tbey bad stopHootf'a Pills tire unireriai.iiatit HOTD EVERYWHERE. In "perfidy and dishonor," were doomed to disappointment, he played faction. ped at what is known as tho halfway for rreparjil by 0, X. Hood A the bill. What next? n Uf4 kf H11H4I0101 KDIC1K1 CO., tT. UVlt, jFty an, a9naa Hartford Republican hardinsbdrg: HODGENVILLE. Beaver Dam' DEPOSIT BANK Rus-sellvil- 1 1 ". refor-matio- 5l' r 1 ins-bu- w', - de-ma- il-- son . 1 Ohio Attend County Fair and spend pleasant time .,.,,, ., Remember the Ohio County Fair begins September 20, and continues 4 days. C.Tfoec.Cain, oraf. The Fair. member the date September 20 four days. Get our prices elsewhere. !' .rob Wok before o .11 I i , u. . The OhiJTCountv Health a 1 J Pair offers special inducements for erybody this year.!'( t ' ed. j ' J , r rovvtis 1 IrG. 'B. :J J m tif&Ei vr ( law-w- Was Weak. -- It Cures ri teS!i I i The Ohio County Fair Co. will have the best Fair this year in its whole tory. there and enjoy it. September days, WORMS! WHITE'S l Hood' VFRM1FUGE 20 d 264 ,W a I' I i w u- - AMyr r jlm " SWEEP SW'l? 013 i IT CLEAN we must do now That's what not next wcek,or next month S50ftetfiN! The Fall Goods that have heen ordered for cash, must have room. SW 013 'fresenl gtoe Clean! i AH goods on our shelves must be sold at once. Prices cuts but little figure. u o ( ghelves ; i tr (?Jean! Summer y - .W4 ,!HH 4fe .t 'w. Here. and now can be found ttyf . bargains Goods. "sear- in all pI B0. Sweepers for STM TIME TABLE. &sK An infant child of Mr. Pete Hafley died Monday night and was buried Tuesday. Mrs, Jonathan Miller died at her home near Sulphur Springs Tuesdiy and was buried Wednesday. Rev. Joshua Armstrong died suddenly near Leitchfield last Saturday evening. The remains were interred in the family burying grounds Sunday. KIder I. II. Teel, of, Beaver Dam, filled his regular npiointment nt the Court House Sunday and Sunday night, and his hearers were delighted with his discourses WKST. r.rn:cTiVB aprii. No. 5, Mail 894i4SaS P- - " 11:48 a.m. Ko.7,X.tm.Bx No. 31, (Local) HAST. ii5P.n' 4.35 ? . ra- - No! 6, Mall No. 8, Lim. Ex No. 32, .. . 12:50 p.m. 3:25 a. "' 5:54 a. II. MssuntCK, A&'t, IkavcrDam. 8q4. ?? If ;U He spesks nt Sulphur appointment. stock ot New Fall Goods. night of the 14th. Springs the Tracy & Son want your cgtfs and cash or The Reunion Ice Cream Supper Tbutter and they will pay you '& given last Saturday niht by the SciOOdS. entific Class of Hartford College was Quite a number of interesting com this a marked success. The social features munications are crowded out of the occasion were very pleasant week through lack of space. indeed. The sum realized was $25 While at the Fair remember that C. R. Martin, our hustling Jeweler, Tracy & Son will serve you with a has just received a big lot of Jewelry, ground. 64t good lunch on the composed of Pins, Rings, Chains, ButTracy & Son will furnish you while tons. Charms, Bracelets, Necklaces, at the Fair with all kinds of cold Scarf Pius, Watcher Clocks, and, in drinks and everything you wish to fact, a full line of everything, which 6- eat. he will sell cheaper than the cheapest r, Remember C. R. Martin, the Jewel-e- for cash. Call ami see him. does all kinds of repairing on Prof. Lee B. Mills opened a school Watches.Clocks and Jewelry on short ht Hickory Grove last Monday with tnotice; There filty pupils in attendance. d were several of the patrons present Ho for the FaiSept. 26, 94. on and all seemed well pleased with the When you come be sure to call Tracy & Son for all kinds of refresh work Prof Mills is one of the fore6 most teachers of the county nnd we nients. predict for the people of Hickory Carson & Go's is the leading gen. county. Grove a good school. -- i nintpiinndise store in the Last Friday night Mr. Thomas Their stock ot New Fall Goods will Duke chanced to leave the front door sustain this reputation. Amply of his residence unlocked and some Mr. J.l Clark and Miss Ben a were married last burglar went iu and began going of Cromwell, through the house, Mr. Alva Duke Saturday. Their many friends wren happiness. came home about this time and the them a long life of much intruder beat a hasty retreat. He was . Marriage license: J. P. Clark to making off with Mr. Duke's pants Miss Isabena Gllstrap, Adolphus and pocket-boobut dropped them Christoin the yard. Johnson to Miss Edna Aull, pher Thomas toMUsCordaEdmunds. We take pleasure iu calling the atCarson & Co. will put on their tention of our readers to the adverand tisement of the Hardin County Fair counters next week the largest prettiest line of New Fall Goods ever Company contained in this issue. The Wait for Kliabethtown Fair though young in opened out in Hartford. years is great iu porportions and is them, t Miss recognized as one of the leading Fairs Mr. Christopher Thomas and Cromwell, Jwerc in the State. If our readers desire a Corda Edmunds, yesterday at the home of the pleasant outing among a pleasant married they should attend the Hardin bride, Rev. J.NJarnagin pronouncing people Rkpuducan county Fair at Elizabethtown, begin'the ceumony. Tiir ning Tuesday, Sept. n and continextends congratulations. uing four days. County Court convened Monday While Mr. Achilles Webb and wile, vrlth a small docket. The will of the L. Sullenger was probated. living near Beda, were out milking late E. deTuesday morning their dwelling was Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, sister to the as executrix, and all entered and about $43 in money stolceased, is named aft-fe property isjciueathed to her ir en and the bedding set on fire. Wednesday Harlan Leisure, nged about ptyment ofjust dtbts Mw;WV l)7niel,ol Cromwell, who 21. Mr. Webb's step son, who was living with him, confessed and paid VVas been suflWrirtL' with bone erysip. ' a finger the money back. A writ was issued las for seveial wcolu, had for young Leisure and Sheriff Stev Amputated last Friday and is now ens arrested him Wednesday at Drs. J, W. Taylor, Improving He waived an examining CromRelirjohn J. Mitchell, Beaver ol Butler county, tritl and was sent to jail under $150 Para, and Crump, bond. performed the operation, Gil-stra- p, k J John W. Lewis will be in the county next week as will be seen from Wait for Carson vS: Go's New Goods. listol appointments elsewhere. A greet hiuuit every Wait lorCVbori & Co'a immense large crowd should 1?IUIAY, SKlTKMHR7t PERSONAL. Miss Laura Render opened school nt Kim wood Monday. P CI. .. .Mill ? T Miss Lula Walker is visiting in New 'students arc coming in almost ! visSj Among Ovvcusboto, College. Personal Pornyraiihs Arrangevery day to the ? risv Mr. Henry Nail is spending some the new ones this week U Mr. Joseph ed far Koadors in our time iu Greenville. B. Rogers, Sr., Beaver Dam. nnd wife, Select, Dr. G,W, Hi uchee, Neighboring City. Mr. R A. Crowe lias accepted a were in town yesterday. position as head clerk in W. H, Miss EdnnOriniu will leave WedWilliams grocery. He is quite pop- nesday for Kliabethtowu, SCHOOL NOTES and COMMENTS ular and his friends wish him success. C. M. Cole, Davidson, cillcd to s cc Mr. John B. Foster, lScdn.wlll open us while in town Tuesday. Rev, K. Iv. Pate preached in the Miss Isabella McIIenry will return School Hall Sunday night. up n big stock of general merchandise j ItiSSfidSsSEia tHZSZ? Ti-in the Knjin Trade Palace next week. from Louisville TUB START. A jolly party, consisting of Mrs. J. Col. W, II. Moore, Hines Mill, was He is now in the eastern cities laying H O'Biyau, nud sou nnd daughter, in town Sunday and Monday, in stock. Mrs. B F Keegan, Messrs. C. W. Mr. Louis Gunther will attend the Mr. Thomas Her, Rockport, has National Encampment at Pittsburg. Parrott, C. P. Austin,!?. P. nnd Byron purchased Mr. J. R. Herald's interest Barnes, Misses N. May Friend, Hmma Mr. Herbert Sanders, Owcnsboro, in the Commercial Hotel, and will was in town a day or two last week. Barnes, Attyc and Sadie Austin spent Mr. Sunday at Dawson Springs. continue this popular house. Mr. W, M, Fair has gone cist to Herald will return toCromwcll where purchase the fall stock for Fair Bros. Mrs. R P I locker nnd sons, Clarhe will go into business. & Co. ence and Harvey, spent Sunday in Mrs Harrison Taylor, of Louisville, Cromwell, the guests of Mrs. Alfred The steam drill began work 111 the Leach new well nt the Bank Wednesday is visiting the family of Mr, II, 1 evening, and up to time of going fo Taylor, Mr, A V Thompson and family Mnctpr Krnoct Uluinds lini tplnrnnit press had reached a depth ol (v feet. left last week for Louisville, where to Louisville alter speeding the sumi-- I After finishing this well the machine mer here. they will spend the winter. will be put to work in another near MirsAbbic Sawyer of Illinois, is Col. I. B. Nail, of the Farmers Williams & Bell's drug store. spending a lew weeks with Mrs. HarHome Journal, Loulsvillc,spcnt Sun lan Merrick. The Ohio County Fair is n home day in town. institution and abundantly merits the Messrs: J. A. King and John O. Mr. Miller.the Pnducnh Jailer,speut support of its home people. It devel Butler, Cromwell, were iu town Saturday night in town. Wednesday. ops nud encourages every worthy InMiss Viola Pirtle, Sulphur Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Cummins Jr.,of dustry ol the people, nfTords an unMr. Kd, Piitlc, Versailles, and Miss Memphis, Tenn.. visited the family equalled opportunity for social enjoyGiavcs, ireNiugtcn, spent Thursday of Dr, J. E. Pendleton last week. way offers a first-clament and in cveiy night in town. Mr. and outing. It begins Sept. 26 and Owcnsboro Mrs. T. L. Griffin went to j Dr, W C. Hunt, Rochester, and Tuesday, Mrs. Grifliu continues 4 days. will spend several weeks' in the city. Dr. Alexander Hunt, Huntsville,have One of the happiest little weddings Messrs. T. F. Johnson and O S. been in town this week. of recently celebrated at SulphurSprings FiUhugh, Sulphur Springs, miide us Mr. Hudson, Nashville, istheguest ! was that of Adolphm Johnston and n pleasant call while in town yester I ol his daughters, Mesdames W, T, day. Miss Edna Aull, at the home of 'WM-.MW&W'- -' McKcnuey and B. F, Gray. Mr. T. W. Cascbicr nnd wife, of the bride's father, Esq. A. S. Aull, . . "" II t 1 i Ih i.ii - xxxy ." n wb-- i 'vat. -h'WVOV iI I Nelson Creek, visitieu the family I Mr. J. II" Nave left Monday for The of his father, Mr. M, Cuebier last Monday evening nt 5 o'clock. J, Russcllville to attend the Soldiers contracting parties are worthy nnd week, I Reunion. Many others followed on popular young people, and TiiK Miss Mattie Chiuii, ol Beda, left Tuesday, congratulations. extends Monday for Arkansi?, where she will Mr. F O Austin will receive his Mr. Wash Gossett in nigging a spend several months visiting Jriends fifth carol ice iu 11 ft w days. . nnd relatives. well on his farm ten miles north-ea- st Miss Dora K Gibson spent Sunday Misses Annie nnd Pearl Renfrow, ol sand rock, of town struck a kind Sulphur Springs, spaut Sunday in nt her home in Hartford. impregnated with what has been pro- town, the guests of Misses Stella nud Mirs Lcta Hays, Rochester, will nounced uatural gas. ThcCommert Etta Thomas. pay Beaver Dam n visit soon. committee preparing clal Clubhnsa Miss Olivia Wedding, who has been An Ice Cream Supper will be given a report on the recent oil and gas visiting her uncle, Pol. I. S. R. Wed-din- g SIlEXr KIU1UIT. TIMEK'YKAR-OIOS- . finds, and the next meeting of the for the past month, returned iu the School Hall Saturday night, . Sept. Sth, for the benefit ol the Union awaited with much interest. home yesterday. Club is Mrs. Dorcas Addington and Mrs. , Sunday .School. The Beaver Dams and Hartfords W II. Taylor left Wednesday lor SCHOCM, NOTKS. pfayed a game of baseball last Satur- Louisville, where they will visit Mr. Rev, I. II. Teel conducted devotionj day at the former place, which iu Henry Taylor nnd family. al exercises for us Monday morning. many respects was remarkable not Mr. John Vaught, of the Herald, After left Wednesday forHurnt Prairie, 111 , I Several new pupils were enrolled however lor brilliant playing. Monday, winning the game against heavy odds where he will make a two weeks visit to friendsaud relatives. Mrs. H. Merrick, Misses Abbie Beavthe visitors presented it to the Mrs. Amanda Dams in the last inning by allow-in- g Kmitin Austin, nf Griffith and Mrs. Sawyer and Irene Andcison were at er vvrro in Ci!!inmi them to score no less than c!even town last Friday nnd Saturday, the openirg exercises Tuesday morning Dr. J. J. Mitchell visited our school rims, alter six easy chances to retire guests ol Dr. J, S. Coleman nnd Mr. Wednesday morning. the side and save the game. Hart- F. L. Felix. ford 27, Beaver Dam 35. The Higher Arithmetic classis now Master Somincrs Bamett, who has been spending the vacation with his very interesting, the lessons being County-Fairs- . A gentleman living near. lied.i has grand-motheMrs. Amanda Barnett, test problems iu Arithmetical signs. watermelon patch, and one near to vu.left for his ho.ua iu O vj n goodly Attyr. Tuesday. night recently he called upon a neighbor to nssist in keeping watch. This Drs. T. E. Pendleton, J. S. Morton, Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder Ford, the neighbor did. Some ol the boys Mcssk. W. O. Holbrook, J. World's Fair Highest Award. iu the neighborhood had planned to and S. S. May attended the Confeder ate Soldiers Reunion nt Russcllville. The only way to cure fever and ague xw raid the patch that night and in some TJiey report a grand time U cither to neutinlie the poisons way their scheme had been learned by - whirl) canto (ho ditbfue or to expel M v'KKI.IC. the guards. The raiders also learned The crops are looking J.stter siueo them from the byetenj. Aye r's Ague watched, but they the patch would be Cure operates iu botli ways. It .is a pushed on and after icconnoitering a the rain. " Misses Lola nnd Mamie Waul, wurmnled specific for nil forms of ma while finally located oueofthe guards One of Prudic Bonuettt uml Merits. Dob nud larial diMinlcrs, and never fails to crouching down by h tree. the boys pretended to draw a pistol Herbert Ward attended meeting nt cure. Try it. from his pocket, at the same time reAlexander Sunday evening. A f'firtl. Wc aic having nn mteit'Mini; prayin irking that he c uld put three shots CuoMwnu., Kx., Sept 5 out of five in that tree not more thnu er meeting ut Wesley's Chapel. Kvory To my Fiuhnds: I take this methAt this body invited. two feet from the ground. od of stating to my friends throughDon't shoot," nnd the guard yelled? MisaLuraWnnl is vNiting Mi. out the county that owing to the confOCLTRT EXHIBIT. took leg bail with nil due diligence D. E Ward this Meek. tinued illness of my wife during the nud dispatch. In this he was joined Mr. John B. Ward U having hi past two mouths it has been impossiby his fellows and the boys were left hnuae repainted, Messrs, J. H, Den ble for me to be actively engaged in in full control of the fieW and the nettaud Clint Chapman aro doing my canvass lor the ofllce of Assessor, watermelon patch, and straightway the work. and to nsk them that they do not they did pluck and eat. When circumMisses Bertie and Lylin Ward, forget my interests. luc. King and Messrs. Berry Rial, stances will permit I shall be pleased Bob Carson and Virgil Sanderfur at. to visit every part of the county it is tended meeting at Victory Sunday. possible for me to reach before the On the account of tho meeting at Victory last Sunday Rev. J. B. election in November and to see per Pen) man failed to fill his regular sonally as many of you ns the limited Very truly, Xollcr. time will allow. npixiintmcnt at this place. I am still running the Mosely & W. C. Wallace and wile visited the N. C. Danikl. Johnson coal bank, and no man has family of Mr. J. P. Wallace lust any claim on if except myself. The week. FonawMENor. Awarded notice published in the last Herald MTM'Ht'It Ht'UIMJS. Vllghest Honors World's Fair, nnd signed by Albert Rial was done , Born, to the wife ol Fairell to injure my bank and no reliance a girl. To the wife of J, W need be placed in it. No man need Daniel, a boy. To the wife of Kd be afraid to purchase coal from me, Foieman, a boy. To the wife of J. B. for I guarantee that he will have but Wedding, a toy. To the wife of J. Resp'y, one price to pay. T. Moore, a girl. ruaxo mmu ins iriu. P. H. UAVI'KV. The New Baymus nine placed the Narrows nine on tmrlatlers ground Fourth llUlrlrl. The. Hon. )ohn W. Lewis, Republist Saturday, resulting in n score of N lican nominee for Cong'ress, from the 21 to 34 in favor of the former. Married at the residence of the Fourth Congressional District will address the people nt the following bride's lather, A.S Aull, on last Monliberday, Mr. Adolphns Johnson and Miss times nud places: Upton, Friday Sept. 7, nt o'clock Hdna Aull. Gains and Ash craft have leased c n p. m. MOST PERFECT MADE. Nolin, at night. sidcrablc coal lands near the Narrows pure Crape Cream of Tartu Powder. Fret Eliabethtown, Saturday Sept. 8, at and will sink n shalt'toou, 'rem Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 1 p. 111, Powers & Rcnfro.vs' saw mill at 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. , . Hardinsburg, Monday Sept. 10, at the Narrows resumed work Monday 2 p. m. with a cut of 25 per cent iu the wages Iinnc ei A Urrnt Afients Wanted! iiutke .Monty, Cloverport, at night. of their employees. Hudsonvillc, Wednesday Sept. 12, Klders Ashcraft ami Brandon are VITAL QUESTIONS OF THE DAY nt 1 p. m. conducting n meeting nt New Baymus. Political Revolution of '92. Crisis of Glendcnne, ThmdaySept. 13. 12130 Shvmhock. 93 and '94. Rattles for Rread. Strikes, the Unemployed. p. m, Great Labor Issues of the present nnd Fordsville, Friday Sept. 14, at 1 ' BEST FARE. the future. Tariff Legislation. The OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. p. m. What Protection Silver Question. At Sulphur Springs at night. docs fur the American Workman. What liee Trade docs for him, A Hartford, Satuiday Sept. 15, at 1 book for the hour. Kverybody wants p. in. it. Price only $1.50. Sellsnt Sight PATRONMcIIenry, at night. Send NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE Most liberal terms to agents. Brandenburg, Monday Sept. I7tati or 20 cents for agent's GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. for circulars AGE OF ALL outfit at once. 1 W. Ziboi.ru & Co., p. in, -720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia,Pa.4t8 In CV Everybody invited to attend and hear the issues of the day ably dts cussed. BEAVER DAM. !iMI MM 1 ' 'Wkvur 7 f l FJ. 4 FAIR AST HARDIN COUNTY Don't Forget the Big ss ky., elizabethtown;'94. II, IS, 13 ft 14, Sept g w- I The one. The only. The long looked for event the season. mmm m.m I I 11 MMSfti... Uy Stoe' Che ice Breeds of Live Stock, Swine and Cattle. J?remicim Lisi exhibited at the Offers special inducements to Exhibitors, and includes al) articles usually J, r, 1 MANY SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. r"mmmj!Z2''Z&S?S'SSS fill Railroacis. the Kfnrdin County Fair next week. Be sure to attend Write for Catalogue and Information. Bos-well- vWCf; CREAM BAKING T 1 POWfR Every day, hotly contested for al Premiums. Tl BINNING F. M. JOPIdN, President. Yvo R. E. ESKMDGE, SeCy. 1 Cox-cyis- fCrane5 I am not going to Owensboro, Kentucky. .dfprop'r. V I Ayer's Sarsaparjlla iu ono of the few remedies which are recommended by every school medicine. Iu strength purity, aud efficacy uretoo well cstub foiled to admit of doubt ns to it su- p.. I Tinrvira T' W'r'iy W Emj Stjls ind Sin. 9 ... , iMKTO , . I i.tiiM. . Stltlms periority over all other Ayera Sarsaparilla whatever. leads all. blood-purifiers !l;kigFlkolograk. t pl uj w- - I n. It is important to keep the liver and kidneys in good condition'.Hood's Barsaparilla is the remedy for invigorating thee organs. Elizabethtown Pair, September 11 four days. I Congress but to the Pictures la Itt?-01U J.WlT,r ffWJPiaaffl) x ypr.uooeM will low Pictures Copied aud Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108i Main Street. f)7mO OWENSBORO, KY (('.) .... n.,,urpDn.W.UrU.W Tfcoto wno . 1 4 Hnrtford Republican FlUDAY, SKl'TISMIlKR 7. l894 FREE LIST UNDER THE PRESENT LAW. AclJi u wil for medicinal, chemical or not socially protMcd tor In this act. Aconite. Acorns, raw, dried or undrled.but unsrounit. AfrMfi, unmanufiic-tnre- d. Albumen. Alltarln nnd alltMlr. colnatural omrtMclal. Amber ana ors or mnberoid, unmanufactured or crnde gum. Am bergrls. Anlllna Mitt. Any animal of pure brocd jciaily for breeding purpowa. Aniexmals brought temporarily for a period not ceeding six months, for the purpose of exhibiroucou, rocoa tion or competition. Annatto, or Orleans, and all extracts of antimony ore. Apatite. Argal or Mgol or crude tartar. Armanufactured. Arsenic rowroot, raw or and sulphldo of, or orplraent. Arsenate of aniline. Art educational stops, composed of glass and metal and alued at not moie than 6 cents per gross. Articles Imported by the United States. Articles In a crude state nsed In dclng or tanning, not specially pro IdM for In this act. Asbestos, unmanufactured. Ashea,wood and ley of, and beetroot ashes, AsphaUum and bitumen, crude or dried, but o. not otherwise manipulated or treated. df, purpows. iin!iet, rawor preiwed. Haffron and lafllower and extract of ande. saffron cake. Sago, crude, aud Mgo flour. Usage skins. Malt. Sauerkraut. Seeds. Helup or snloun. Shells of all kinds, not cut, ground or otherwise manufactured. Bhotgun ban!, forged, rough bored. Shrlmi'S and other slu UPali, canned or otherwise. Hllk, raw. or as reeled from the cocoon, but not double, twlMed nnr advaneitl In manufacture Ik waste. In any way. Mlk cocrtns and bllkwomiR'egt. Skeletons and other prepahnalls. 6tida, nliraleor. rations of ntmtvmy, orcublc nitrate and chlorate of. Sulphate of hoda or salt cake or niter i ako. Sodium. Spar-lerr- e, suitable for mnklngor ornamenting hats. Specimens of natural httor, butany when imported fcinablnet or as obcasjects of science, and not for nalc. Cassia, inna sia vera and cassia buds, ungnmnd. I tnou and chips of, ungrouml. Cloves andchne stems unground. Glngt r root, unground and not preserved or candled. Mace. Nutmegs. Pepper, black or white, unground. Pimento, unground. Spunk. Spurs and stilts used in earthen, lmrvlalti and the manufacture of foreign postage or revestoneware. Stamps nue stamps, canceled or uncanceled. Stone aud sand. Storax or stvrax, Stroiitla. oxide of and protoxhleof strontlaii.aiid strontlanlte, fcnlphur. or mineral carbonate of atmntla. and gold. Sulphurlo acid. Sweepings of Mlver Tallow aud wool greafe. Including that known commercially as dtgraa or brown wool grease. Tapioca, cassava or cassady. Pur and t.f wiu.i ..nil tiitrh nf Mi&l tar. lea and tea plants. Tteth, natural or unmnnufaetured. Terra alba. Terra iaponlca. Tin ore, cesslter-It- e or black oxide of tin, and tin in bars blocks. pigs, or grain or granuiaieo. i inse wire, iame orlahn. SavuHUxards, plank, deals and other .it. IJagglng for cotton, gunny cloth ana all similar material suitable for co erlng cotton, composed lu wholo or In part of hemp, flax, Juteor jute butts. llalni of gllead. Dark, cinchona or other, from which quinine maybe extracted, naryta, carbonate of, or witherlte, and ba-- r ta, sulphate of, or bar) tes, unmanufactured, Including bar J les earth. Bauxite or beauxlte. Beeswax. Bells, broken, and bell metal broken and fit only to be remanufactured. AJlblnd-Intwine manufactured in hole or In part from New Zealand hemp, ietlo or Tamplco fiber, sisal grM or sunn, of single ply and measuring not exceeding COO feet to the pound, and manlla lw lne not exceeding CO) feet to the pound. Blrdsklns, prepared for preservation. Birds and land and water fowls. Bismuth. Bladders and all Integuments of animals and flsh unmauufnctureJ.not specially pro Ided for In this act, Blood.drlwl. Blue ltrIol or sulphate g deals ami other lumber lance wood, ebony, box, granadllhu mahognny, rosewood, satlnwood and all other cabinet Spruce clapboards. wcxhIs. Pine clapboards. Hubs for wheels, posts, last blocks, wagon blocks, oar blocks, gun blocks heading and all lumlr,rouguorureseu,exeepmuru,j'mini, of cedar, lignum v lta?, . watchesorclocks. l)lvldivl. Dragon's blood. Drugs which are not edible and which have not been advanced In value or condition by Terming or grinding or by other process of xnauufactuie. Kggsof birds, fish and Insects. Emery ore. Ergot. Common palmlsaf fans and palm loaf unmanufactured. Farina. Fashion plates, engraved on steel or cornier or on w ood, c olored or plain. Feathers and uow ns for beds and feathers and downs of nil kind, crude or not dressed, colored or manufactured, not specially provided Felt, adhtahe. for orin this act. sheathing vessels. Flbria In all forms, fr Uh, frozen or pat ktd in fresh Ice. FJh for bait. FUhsklns. Flint. Hints and ground flint Monet. Floor matting manufactured from comround or split straw, including monly known as Chine inattlns Fossils. Fruit plants, tropical nnd semltroplcal, for the purpose of prorogation or cultivation. Fruits and nuts. Fruits, green, rlie or dried, not Mwctally provided for in thtsacV Tamarinds. Brazil nuts, cream nuts, palm Trute and palm nut kernel, not otherwUcirovIdcd for. Furs, undre&wd, drewed furu bultablo only for ue In the manufacture of hatters fur. t ur skins of all kinds not dressed in any manner. Gambler. (Hue?, broken and old glass which cannot be cut tor um and fit only to be remanufactured. Glass plates or dUks, rough rut or unvi rought. draws and fibers Utle or Tamplco fiber, jute, Juto buttn, niuntla, bUai grata, punn, Xlax straw, flax nwt hntkltd, tow of flax or hemp, hemp not buckled, lump, flax, Jute and tow wastes. and all othertextile grasstHor fibrous vegetable substances, manufactured or undressed, not specially provided for In this act. Gold beaters' molds and gold boaters' skins, Grtase and oils, such as are commonly used In boapmaklng. (Juuno, manures and all MibslRiices expreFnly used for manure. Gunny bags and gunny cloths, old or refute, fit only for lemunufacture. Gutta pcrcha, crude Hair of hordes, cattle or other animals, cUaued or uncleuned,and human hair, raw.uu-rlianc- d aud not draw n. Hides of skin, raw or uucured, whether dry, malted orplckled. Hide cuttings, raw, with or without hair, and all otherglunstock, Hlderope- - Hones and whetstones. Hoof, umimuufactuied. Hup loots for cultivation. Horns, and pints of, unmanufactured. Including horn atrip and tips. ke. India rubber, crude and milk of, and ultr bcrap or refuse India rubber, which lias been w oru out by use nnd is fit only for Indigo, and ex tracts or paMta of, nnd carmine. Iodine, t rudo and rcbuUlmed. Iptcac. Iridium. Ivory, bawed or cut into logs, but not otherwibe manufactured, aud Mgetublo ivory, Jalnp. Jet, unmanufactured. Joss stick or Jom light. Junk, old. Kelp. KttberJte. Kvanlto or c)anlte and knlnlte. Lac ilj e, crude, seed, button, stick and shell, I, tic spirits. IdK'tHiim'. laa, unmunuloc-lureLeechei. Iamhoii Juice, lime Julco mid nour oraugo juke. Licorice root, unground. Lifeboats and life saving apparatus sKtfally importiit by mm Mies incoriorated orestab-linhito encourage ihesuvlngof human life. IJine. citrate of. Lime, chloride of. or bleach lug powder. Lithographic stones, not engraved. Litmus, pupated or Lot picpared. 1mdotoncs. Madder and tnimjeet or Indian madder, ground or pit pared, and all extructs of, Mug lit blu, sulphate of, or L'piom Milts. MiiL'iu tIte, or native mineral tarbonutu of luagntsm. Magnesium. Mugneti', Mangunebe, oxidound oroof. .Manna. .Mnnunripts. Alarruw.erudo, Mahmallowf, Medals ateepted its hnnontr) FeM-par. of copper. Bologna sausages. Bolting cloths. Bones, crude end bone dust for fertilizing Books, engraings, photographs, purposes. bound or unbound, etchings, music, maps and which shall bate, been printed mow charts, than SO J ears at the dato of Importation. Books and pamphlets printed cxcluIely In languapes other than English: also books and music. In ralsi d print, used exclusively by the blind. Books, cngraIngs photograph, etchings, bound or unbound maps and charts Imported by authority or for the ue of the United States or for the ue of the library of congress. Books, map, music, lithographic prints and charts, specially lmiorted, not more than two copies In anyone Invoice, in good faith, for the use of any society for educational, philosophical, literary or religious punses. Books, libraries, usual furniture and similar household effects of persons or families from foreign c'ountrle s, if actually used abroad by them not Braids, lesa than one year. Brazil paste. plaits, laces and similar manufactures composed of straw, chip, grass, palm leaf, willow, osier or rattan, suitable for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets and hoods. Braxillan pebble, onw rought or unmanufactured. Breccia, in blocks or slabs. Bristles, crude, not sorted, bunched or prepared. Bromine. Broom corn. Bullion, gold or slher. Burgundy pitch. Burlaps and bags for grain made of burlaps. Cabbages. Old coins and medals and other antiquities. Cadmium. Calamine. Camphor, Catgut, whit-g- ut crude. Castor or castoreura. or wormgut, unmanufactured or not further manufactured than in strings or cords. Cerium. Chalk, unmanufactured. Charcoal. Chicory root, raw, dried or undrled.but unbound. Cider. Civet, crude. Chromate or bluo clay iron or chromic ore. Clay-ComIn casks suitable for the manufacture of crucibles. Coal, anthracite and coal stores of American etttls, but none shall be unloaded. Coal tar, crude. Cobalt and cobalt ore. Cocculus Indlcus. Cochineal. Cocoa 0 cacao, crude, leaves and shells of. CofTee, Coins, gold, and copper. Coir and coir yarn. Copper Imported in the form of ores. Old copper, fit only for manufacture, clipping from new copper and nil composition metal of which topper Is a component material of chief value not jecliill provided for In this act. Copper, regulusof. and black or coarte copper 1'i'j'vi it. fit hi vntv, HUlI UUj'jitr l viuviii. gots or plg,nnd other forms not manufactured not specially provided for In this act. Co pi eras, or sulphate nf Iron. Coral, marine, uncut and unmanufactured, Cork wood or cork bark, unmanufactured. Cotton and cotton waste or flocks. Cotton ties of iron or steel, cut In lengths, punched or not punched, with or without buck Us, for haling cotton. Cr)ollteorkrrolith. Cudbear. Curling stones, or quoits, and curling etone handles. Curry and curry powder. Cutch. Cuttlefish bone. Dandelion roots, raw, dried or undrled, but glaziers' and unground. Diamonds-mine- rs, engravers' diamonds not set, and diamond bort, and jewels to be ued In the dust or llkeblocksoriticksroughhewnorsawtdonly. Laths. Pickets and palings Shingles. Staves of wood. Wcods namely, cedar, lignum vllee, lanccwtN'd, ebony, Iwx, granadllla, mahogany, rotewoud, satlnvrood and all forms of cnblnet to bo converted; woods In the log. Intended not othcrwl-- o spebambtw reeds and sticks, cially provldtd ft.r In this act. In the rough or not further manufactured thaucut Into length i suitable for sticks for umbrellas parawlsMUi shades, wldia or walking canerwnd indl.i malac-cJoint, not further manufactured than Into cut Into lengths for the manufacture which they are Intended to lw converted. Tobacco stems. Tuuuuln, tottqua or tonka bean. Tripoli. Tumeric Turpentine, Aeulce. Turpentine, spirits of. Turtles. Types old aud unfit only to be remanufactured. Uranium, oxide and salts of. t i legetable or inlnerf L Wearing apparel and other personal iflects A halebone, Wood lugs and round, unmanufactured timber. Firewood, handle bolts, heading bolts, stave bolts and single bolts, hop ml! road ties, ship timber poles fence and ship planking, not specially provided for in this act. Timber, hewn and sawed, aud timber used for fpars and lu building wharves. oolof the sheep, Timber, squared or nlded. hair of the ratnel, goat, alpaca and other like animals Works of art, the production of American artists residing temporarily abroad. Works of art. drawings, engravings .photo- pictures and philosophical and sclen- Ific apparatus brought by professional art 1st p. lecturers or scientists arriving from abroad for uise by them temirarlly for exhibition. Works of art. collections In Illustration of the progrestof the arts, science or manufactures photographs, works in terracotta, pariau, pottery or porcelain and artistic copies of antlqul. ties In metal or other material, hereafter Imported In good faith for permanent exhibition at a fixed place by any society or Institution established for the encouragement of the arts or or science. unmami-facturv- te d!crIsor Vaccine vlru. Valoula. of coppt r. Wafers, unwedlcated and not edible. v ax, , Yams. ZalZcr. THE INCOME TAX. That from and after Jan. 1, 1&5, and untllJan. 1, Xl there shall bo assessed, collected and paid annually upon tht gains, profits and income received in the preceding calendar )ear by every citizen of the United States, whether residing at homo or abroad, and every person residing therein, whether said gains profits or income be derived from any kind of property, rents luter-es- t, dlvldendsor salaries, or from any profession, trade, emphoment or vocation carried on In the United States or eUew here, or from any other source whatev cr, a tax of 2 per cent on the amount so derived, over and above Ji.fUO, and a like tax shall be lev led, collected and paid annually upon the gains profits and income from all property owned, and of every business, trade or profession carried on la the United States by persons residing w Ithout the United States. And tho tax herein provided for shall be abs&sod by the commissioner of Internal revenue and collected and paid upon tho gains and profits and income forthevear ending Dec. SI next preceding the time for lev ) ing, collecting und pa ing said tax, bee. AT. That In estimating the Income of any person there shall be Included all Income derived from Interest upon notes, bonds and other securities except such bonds of the United States the principal and Interest of which are by the law of their Issuance exempt from all federal taxation; profits realized within the ear from eales of real estate purchased within two ears previous to the close of the year for which Income Is estimated; Interest received or accrued upon all notes, bonds mortgages or other forms of Indebtedness bearing Interest, whether paid or not. If good and collectible, lets the Interest which has become due from said irwm or which has been paid by him during the vear; the amount or notes of all premium on bonds, coupons: the amount of sales of live stock, sugar, cotton, wool, butter, cheee, pork, beef, mutton or other meats hay, and grain or other vegetable or other productions, bf Ing the growth or produce of the estate of buui person, less the amount expended In the purchase or production of said Mock or produce, and jiot Including any part thereof consumed directly by the family; money and the value or all personal property acquired by gift or Inherltanc e; all other gains, profits and income derived from any sourte whatever except that portion of the salary, compensation or pay received for services iu the civil, limitary, naval or other fccrvlce of the United States, including senators, representallv es and delegates in congress, from which the tax has been deducted, aud except that portion of any salary upon which the emplojer is required by4aw to withhold and does, withhold the tax and pn) a the Mime to the o Ulcer authorized toy recelv e It. In computing Incomes the necea-rexpenses actually incurred In earning on any business, occupation or profession shall be deducted and also all Interest due or paid within tho vear by such person on existing Indebtedness. And all national, state, count), school and municipal taxes. not u ling those assessed against local benefits, paid within the ) ear, shall be deducted from the gains, profits or income of tbe person who hasuctunlly paid the same, whether such per sou be owner, tenaut or mortgagor. Also loss actually sustained during the year, Incurred tu trade or arising from fires, storms or shipwreck, and not compensated for by Insurance or otherwise, and debts ascertained to be worthless, but excludlngall estlmateddeprccl-atlo- n of value nnd losses within thevcaron real estate purchnsed wlthlu two j cars previous to tho J ear for which Income U estimated. Provided, That nn deduction shall bo made for any amount paid nut for new buildings Iiermanent Improvements or betterments, made to lncrVase the value of any property or estate. Provided further. That only one deduction of t7U) shall be made from the aggregate all the menibernof any family, composed of one or both parents, nnd one or more minor children or husband aud wife: that guardian shall be allowed to nmkeadeduo-tlo- u lufavorof cachand every wa.', except that In case where two ur more wardsTttre comprised in one family and have Joint property Interests, the aggregate deduction In their fa-- v or shall not exceed HUUU. And prov ided further, that In cafes where the salary or other compensation paid to an v irtwm lu the employ mentor servlceof the United States shall not exceed the rate of $4,lUJper annum, or shall be by fees, or uncertain or Irregular In the amount or In the time during which tho same shall have accrued or been earned, such sala-rvother LomiJf libation shall be included In estimating the annual gains, profits or Income of the person to whom tho name shall have been paid, and shall include that portion of any income or salary upon which a tax has not been paid by the i mplo) er, where tho emplojer Is required by law to pay on the excess over $l,uot; provided also, that In computing the Income of uny Person, corporation, company or nssoclat Ion, there shall i.nt bo Included the amount icceived from an corporation, compati) or association, as dividends upon tho stock of such corporation, company or association, if tho tax of - per cent has been paid upon Its net profits by said corporation, company or association as required by this act. Must Jteport Ills Profits Scc.M. That it shall be tho duty of all person of lawful ago havingau Income of more than S.l.&'O for the taxable year, computed on the basis herein prescribed, to make and render a lht or return, on or before the day provided by law. In such form and mannerasmay be directed by the commissioner of Internal revenue, with the approval of tho secretary of the treasury, to the collector or a deputy collector of thedlstrlct In which they reside, of the amount of their Income, gains and profits as aforesaid. And all guardians and trustees, executors, administrators agents, receivers and all Twins or corporations acting In any fiduciary cupiiclty.shall make and render a list or return, as aforesaid, to the collector or a deputy collector of the district In which such person acting' tn a fiduciary ea. pac residue or does buslnuHS. of the amount uf Income, gains and profits of any minor orperon for whom they act, hut persons having less than KkfjUO Income are not re. quired to make such report, and the collector or deputy collector shall require every list or return to be , verified by the na t!i or affirmation of the party ren-ring It aud may Inert afo the amount of Hit or return If he has reason to believe nt the same U understated, and In rase any ch )erM)ii havlnga taxable income shall neg et or refuse to make and render such lUt ami return or shall render a willfully false or fraudulent list or return It shall be the duty of the collector or deputy collector to make such list, according to the best information he can obtain, by the examination of such person or any other evidence and to add 60 iter cent asapuualty to the amount of the tax due on such Hit In all cases of willful neglect or refusal tu make and render a list or return, and In alt cases of a willfully false or fraudulent list or return having been rendered to add KX) per cent as u penalty to tie amount of tax ascertained to lw due, the tax and the additions therete asapenalty to be asseased nnd collected In the manner provided for lu other canos of willful mgluHor refusal to render a list or return or of runderlng a fulse or fraudulent return. Provided, That any or corporation tn his, her, or itsow n behalf, or as such fiduciary, shall be permitted to declare, under oath or affirmation, the form and maWlier of which hall bo ptescribed by the commissioner of Internal revenue, with tho approval of the secretary of the treasury, that he, she or his, her or Its ward or bene tic fary was not possessed of an Income of l,(Ul, liable to be assessed accord. IngtolhepiiAUlons of this aclj or may Uoiibc.&be or Lor Jilu.Ur w iU.u.ad' Sec. M. lev-le- or beneficiary has oeen assessed and has puu an Income tax elsewhere In the Mine Jiur, tin. der authority of the united Slates upon at his her or its Income, gains, or profits, and upon all the income, gains or profits for which he, she or It U liable aa euch fiduciary, as prescribed by law: and tf thetollectoronlcnuty collector shall be tathlled of the truth of the declaration, such lerson or corporation shall thereupon In? exempt from Income tax In thu aid district for that earj or if the llt r return of any person or coriwrallon, company or Increased by the association shall lave collector or deputy collector, such pcruu or cortNiratlou, company or aftOclatlon may bo the amount of Income 1ermltted to prove but such proof shall not bo considered w conclusive of the facts, and no Ucductloiisilalmed lu suchcases shall I o in ado or allowed until approved by the collector or deputy collector. Am iwruiti or cumiianv. corouratloii or haao-elation feeling aggrleveil by the decision of the deputy collector In such cases mayapieal the collector of the district, and his decision thereon, unless reversed by tho commissioner of Internal revenue, shall be final. If dissatis fied w itii the decision or mo collector sucn per-aon or corjoratior, company or association may submit (he cae, with all the paicrs,to the commissioner of Internal revenuo fur his decision, and may furnish the testimony of witnesses to prove any relevant facts, having served notice to that effect upon the commissioner of Internal revenue, as herein prescribed. Such notice shall state the time aud plate at which, and the officer before whuru the testimony will be taken; the name, age, residence and business of the proposed witness, with the questions to be propounded to the witness or a one i giniemeuwu tou luiwiumeui mu testimony lie la expected to give. Piovlded, that the government may at the same time and place take testimony upon like notice to rebut the testimony of the witnesses examined by the ncrsou taxed. Tho notice shall be delivered or mailed to the commissioner of Internal revenue a sufficient number of da) s previous to the day fixed for taking the testimony to allow him after Its receipt at least five da s, exclusive of the period required for mall communication with 1110 pin it) ai which ine irauinuiij is iu uy ihk- en, ill which to give, should he to desire, Instructions as to the cross examination of the proioetd witness. the affidavit ordepo- Whenever sltlou shall Ih; taken belot-- a Lulloctor or depof Internal revenue. In w htch cai-uty reasonable notice shall be given to the collector or tleput) colUctor uf the time fixed for taking lh deposition or alfidavlL Provided further. That no penalty shall be upon ait) person or corporation, comascM-cpany or asstnlatlon for such neglect or refusal or tor making or reuderluga willfully false ur fraudulent return, except after reasonable no lice of the time and plat e of hearing, to lw prescribed b) the commissioner of Internal revenue, so nt lo give the person charged an opportunity tolw heard. Scc.b7. That every corporation, company or association doing business for profit idiallumko and render tothocollectorof Its collection district, iu or bvioret lie first Monday of March In every )tnr, bt ginning with the. ear IrtO, a full leturn, verified by oath or nflhiuatlou, In such form as the commissioner of Internal revenue muy prescilbe, of all tho following matters tor the hole calendar) ear last preceding the date of sue h return: First T h9 groiw profits of such corporation. company or association, from all kinds of busluesHOf every name and nature. Second The expucfcof ruich corporation, com pan) or association, exclusive of Interest, annul tie and dividends. Third Tho net profits of such corioratlon, company or usMKlution, without allowance for Interest, annuities or tllv Idends Fourth The amount paid im account of Interest, annuities and dividends stated Tlio amount paid In salaries of $1,011) or less to eacli person emplo) eel. Sixth The amount paid lu salaries of more than $t,UO to each person eiuploer, and the name and address of each of such persons and t he amount paid to cae h. 1 looks to lie Inspected cc.f&. That It shall be the duty of every doing conxjrutlon, com; any or association business fur profit to keep full, regular and accurate books of account, upon which all Its transactions shall be entered from day today, In regular order, aud whenever a collector ur deputy collector of tho district In which auy corporation, company or association is shall believe that a true and correct return of the Income of such corporation, company or association has not been made, he shall make an affidavit of such belief and of the grounds on which it Is founded, and file the same with the commlsslouer i colh-etov sop-Fif- th Secrctnry of the TmsunryimiuctHntc ly niter the pfusflgc of tlit.s act, and thereafter on thu first tiny of limitary, Apiil, July nud October in cncli year. And the vnlues so proclaim! d shall c nllowid in estimating the vnlnc of a 1 foreign merchnndise exchanged to tl e Tnilcd States during Mic quarter for lilcli the value is proclaimed nnd the date of the consular certification oi any invoice, shall A r the purposes ol this section be cons iWcd tl.c date ol eS'portntion, proid:d that the Secretnry of the Treasury may order the relitptidation ol any entry of a different value whenever sntlsfactoiy evidence shall be produced to him show ing that the value in Unitid States currency of the foreign money specified in the invoice, was at the day ot ceitiffcation at least 16 per cent more than the value produced during thccpiarter in which the consular certification occur led 1 THE BEST FATPEOPLE BLOOD MMllHVIMjK.Hr.LOUlN ATKX.R.R BCIlRDUIiK IN KFKKCTNOV.l, 1MI. no. 01,; i10Uf j..... ..M Ti45 . i run; uuuuy i ilia wniruiucoyour tttiMitPERMAKKNTLY-- Irom 12 n WEBT HOUND. (tVt IoiilftTilln.M. viiikiix ItrHiiJi'tiimrK., 1 nrm ftTm. i.tt p. m. .it 7m. 7iop.m, fr Purifier AND TONIC For Old and Young TO month. NO Siurving si ok nei4 01 injury; NO Publicity. They huiltl up ihe health titiil beuuti fy tho complexion leaving noWHlNIv to !" pounds 9:17 9 4 m 4t.fi7 p. m lrvlhMtnn. IIHI UttH r'tnripoil ,. .... ,... 10.2:1 10 44 . a.m. 137p.m. a, in. 9.31 p.m. A.m. .46p. m. tMoefwrl llitwexrlll. I,PWf(KHt Owcnlori-HpoltiTillp i lt(.Ml LKHoi lltililiiiicmi. SrOUTABDO MKNti anililiUIciilt iHeutliing ctirely rolievcil. NO KXPKIU.MKNT hut n Ecieutifu: ntul poHilivo reliendopted All only niter yenM ol expedience. Ar. liemlrrion, Udltv.m loll) p.m. ll.tt a. m. 10 M p.m. W: Up. m. Hill p.m. 1:04 p. m. lt.Mp.m 1:25 p.m. 12 20 a.m. No. 64, Dally. IM1I7 7ilflA.m at 16p.m. 717 a. m. 3 37 p. m. 8 27 a. m. 4.26 p.m. fluOA.m 66p. m No. 62, QUICKEN " nAHT 110UNR THE Appetite, REMOVE THAT Tired Feeling And Mnko tho Weak Strong. tho Mood unit Invlcoratcs every organ ami tissue of the body. orders supplied diieet Jioiu our office. Prieo 2.00 per pnuktigu or throe pticknucd for 5 00 by mail postpaid. TeMimoiiiuld nud ptiniou-lurf- l (sealed) 2 cent. All correspondence strictly confii dential.1 tY. Ilfnilcron BpoltMfllle !itwiH)rt llnwtiiville M.. I'lotcrport..., ,. Plrphrnnpott Irving! on.... .. llrnndcnMirg ..... Wrrt Point PARK REMEDY CO.t TT. .1. ! Ar LouiiiTlll 1 .... 61 .... 9.3.iAm. 6J0p.m i a. in. 6.67 p. m. mm a. m. .ll p. m. 1 1 W . m. 7:0A p, m. 11:29 A.m. 7:11 p.m. IvciAp, m. S 06 p.m. l.mi p, m. 9 06 p.m. THE SUGAR INVCSTIOATiqN. Tho report of tho sugar trust committee reprcNonts tlie happening of the expected. There was never any ronton t look for u d liferent result, bceauso there wni iiever any reason to suppose that the committee would make an earnest nud thorough attempt to obtnln thu facts. A (rrcat deal of testimony has been taken, but It U mostly of tho kind Mint stops whore the trail begins to be fresh. Tho accused parties, and ninny not accused, were summoned one after another aud their picas of not guilty accepted uv conclusive in oof In tho ease. There is nothing to shuvr that plain clews were followed up lu a capable and resolute way, or that husplcloun circuiustnnces were pushed to a dell-nlt- c and satisfactory explanation Thu method J employed to ascertain tho truth eoucernlng alleged corrupt or Improper proceedings were calculated to defeat that purpose by providing ample opportunity for concealment. As usual lu such Investigations, the line of action wus so adjusted as to introduce an abundance of irrelevant matter nnd to keep the essential point l out of sight. There is no doubt lu tho public mind as to the fact that fortunes Were made by speculators upon advance. Information furnished by democratic senators, and that certain of those senators were large gainers lu the matter; but the committee wan not looking for such information, and so did not tlmt It. There are some, things of a damaging kind lu tho report, however, which could not be suppressed It is stated, for Instance, that Secretary Carlisle drafted a sugar schedule which was favotable to the trust, and Mint tho schedule finally agreed upon was of the same character. In other words, It appears1 that thu administration, as represented by Mr, Carlisle, took a special Interest in the sugar matter, nnd that its recommendations were In perfect accord wltA the wishes of the trtiit. This does not legally prove that the trust was given the protection and advuutage that it desired, or demanded, lu return for its large contribution to the democratic campaign fund of lbthi; but certainly the coincidence raises a strong presumption to that effect. If there was not n bargain of that kind, then the demociatlo senators, with the approval, If not nt the instance of the administration, made the trust a valuable prescut at the cost uf the government ami tho people as an act of generosity. When the affair Is looked ut from any point of view It has aii ugly aspect. The trust got what It desired, let the explanation bo what it may. It is for those who thus favored a gigantic nnd grasping monopoly to convince the country, if they cau, that tl icy were actuated by honest and patriotic motives, In splto of the very distinct Indications that other and less creditable Influences had a controlling effect In the transaction. St. Louis FIXING" THE "BLAME. Iiivcn-tlgatln(jlobc-l)emocru- u It enriches IteveUtloas hU li Muho 1 lilujrs Dnrk for the Primn'rncy. Look Ayer'sSarsaparilla Ouros others, will euro you Needing ii ton.c ot rlilMrcn tlmt viMit bulUlng up, tlmuM tnlr imOAWVS IHON 1ILVTKIH. His ileftAiit to Uku.eurw AUUria, ItuUgcfl tloii.niut Itllloiunvu. AllilCftlcwlwpU. f., MI ll, lT.,S, Cm ii 11 J. L. Carson & Son, BUILOBRS ? CflHTB&CTOBS pentering and Uuildiup;. llaitlord, Ky. f 4 M innke rnnfcilTi a pled) with trlnn on Loult till, ItArJlniUir A IVevtr rn H. It., cam! And nt liouml. Kor further lifornntlon, MrMa II. C, MOHliUi:, (Jen. IVr A't. I,ouliillf, Ky mini No, Ami No. IrTinKlon (HmtUjf tic 'lllifthk I nuttuln.UooLnri.aN fiSllLALi C tirtirsnntFr.i:K. Atlanta. r.a.oaicolUl,UlcliU:sU iil DOLLARS Careful IvstiniaUs tnndc on nil Terms Care, Mifet und hett reulntor lor Indies; nothing unplmsntit, und nhvaya eilcc liml. Advice free. l'iieknge$l nnd 2 tllrcot TiihUatonCo.. ' I ly DruggiMs, Hoston. Mass. 114 PENNYROYAli PILLS. Dr. Perry's Voliablo ro the mailo tnUy nud Iionorri 1yvliluntrapl-- l Anv win d, tlhilitgyoui ..i!0 hours uomatiflmy. or'Iilr.uidoUiov.v(uUa. miT.-ll v, without iNpericnca. l inir Xothln;: llko It for money making cvr tHwl huforc. OiuMow;crs No time wasted In nlvvnvs pro- - tr. lcarnlMf; the bi'Mucvs. Wo teach you In rt night lion to Miccuctl fnm tlin l!nt hour. You can waUoatrhl wllhoutfX-poiiM- j to ouiclf. Wc Btrt )ou, nirnlsli cvtr tldn needed to c.uryou tl.o bul you nt'Mf Mieceaofiilly, nnd piiaiantcc airrtlnst failure If yon hut follow oui pimple, plilii Injunctions, Kcaihr, l ou ai-- In need of ready money, nnd want to know nil about tho best paln buMms Ik1 fore tho public, (.end m.youi mklroif, and c will mall you a document th Inj; you all the jurtlcul vs, PER EA3NTH In 'Your Own Locality p E'lZ.Mami wr MA Iti BUSINESS tlNCORPORATIDJ F'?h rolltiiii. Tiny Kiioa mou )i.iiiiort t. hiiAiiiou nuil miivi, Cutalnnnnfrfio. l'rst, J. K, l'Uli, Poo'y. Adilrons Hponcrrlan Colleuo t Louisville. Ky.f Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGCMCNT.- - Tho fmwit Hjwnt'fr, aWAsBU.' 111 COLLEGES TiriPt'nl ltiifnr 1 r r- Trftinliu Iliintc.lCfnnltiff nml HhnrlhAtid O SEPARATE BOYLING GREEN ynegsCflta. RIIHIII (IIIICII GREEH BOWLING , 1 Jo f COLLEGE. A- -. SOUTHERN SchOD ESTABLISHED IN UTS. MWI II BUSINESS TRUE & CO., Cox 00, f.uguGta Maine. Q he crcvtliuiInrM Training JmoIoI the South. I 1 rntlith. TeACher', Scientific, and Chute ICourfv, Mutlc, Ait, and K locution trovidi m iooi. iMiiiiii Ki MorWiami, b (irk iii iii vvritlnc, and renmanthtp. rurtU can enter it I for. Iuw rate ol Iniaril and tuition. Send lor nj lor catii.nut im nine icaiaiomie. CUCRRT DR08 , Vrxjn, Bow tin OrMB,Kr. UT Mo nil on Couri dilrei. Address iSOUTIinRN NORMAL SCHOOL, iv; j batons Itnis ui Ql'KKLY fJcrve mm CUIll-- Come to Hartford -- TO SHK Till;- - ' v)t 1 reman-ufactur- e. of Internal revenue, and tf said commissioner shall, on examination thereof, and after full bearing uixm notice given to all parties, conclude there is good ground for such belief, he shall Usue a request In writing to such corporation, company or nsfociatlou topermlt nil inspection of the hooka of such corporation, company or association to lw made; and If such corporation, company or aotlatlnii shall refuse to comply wi tii such request, then the collector or deputy collector of the district shall make, from such Information as he can obtain, an estimate of the amount of such Income and then add fit) per cent thereto, w hlch said asess-meso made shall then be the lawful assessment of such Income. Sec.W. That It shall be the dutyof every collector of internal revenue, to whom any pn)iiientof nny tnxc other than the tax represented by an adhesive stamp or other stamp is made under the provisions of this act, to give to the person making such pa) ment a full written or printed receipt, expressing thu amount paid nnd the particular account for which such pa ment was made; and whenever such pavment is made such collector shall, if required, give a separate each tax paid by any debtor, on account of pawncnts made to or lobe made by hlmtopeparate creditors. In such form that sue a ueluor can conveniently prounre me same separately to his several creditors tu satisfaction of their respective demands to the amounts specified In such receipts, and such receipts shall be sufficient evidence In favor of such debtor to justif) him In withholding the amount therein expressed from his next payment to Ids creditor, but such creditor may, upon giving to hU debtor a full written receipt, acknowledging the payment to him of whatever Bum maybe actually paid, nnd accepting the amount of tax paid as aforeeald (specif) mg the same) as a further satisfaction of the debt to that amount, require the surrender to him of such collider' receipt. Kxtrsv Tax on Arrears. Sec. CO. The taxes on Incomes herein Imposed shall be due and payable on or before tho first day of July lu each ) tar, and to any ftiim nr nitmn anniullv duo and unoald after the first day of July ns aforesaid, and for 10 davs after notice nnd demand theituf by the collector, mere snail oe jevieu in huuuioh thereto the sum of Aperient on the nmount of taxes unpu'd nnd interest nt the rate of 1 percent month ujtou said tax from the extime-thfame becomts due ns a cept from the estates of deceased, insane or insolvent perrons Nonresidents. Sec. til. Any noutestdent may aho receive the benefit of the cXfiuptWiiH herclnlM'foiupio vided for by filing w lilt the deputy collet tor of auydUtrlctn true list of nil his property and source of liuomo lu thu Cnlted Mates Htid compl)lng with tho provisions of taction ; of this net. a If a resident. In computing Incouiu fn meven lucome he bhull Include-nisource, but unless he be iv cltUenof the United States he shall only uv on thut part of the Income which isdcrlved from any source In the United States. Incase such nonresident fail to file such statement, the collector of each district shall collect the tux on the- Income de. rived from iroicrt) situated In hH district subject tu Incumu tax, making nu ttllowauce fur exemptions and u protierly belonging tu suchuourcfcldt nt shall bo Ilabln to dlslraltit tor tax: l'mvldtd, that iiomuldent tnrHj rations shall be subieet to the same luwsmto tax as resident corporations and the collection" oillie tax snail ie inauc in lne same manner as provided lor collections uf taxes agulnst nt -, en'i ft Jvlervo'is Debility hiiil i oiit UlS Iikmh tux .Nriii nrMlii' lfitAmlihlfHMi IIIII1I SsV.u'.l:ai Nsms'iTuii, llfl . IVrt r!a Mini ltJlMcilIltiM,'r III It:, S.MT' - COURAGE OF MANHOOD; !(siirliiu: lo f'nti'1 tit i'tt I tipritiMil. lm Mr rurr. tinih nml !( M W "433W )! itl i:li. uisii'il, IX'vlliillMtl .Hi ii utitl WoMirti ir Otrrvoilt I Perfect Constiiutiotic-is taken On Powers. lis extimmliiiry iurntiuc jiower tuatM'csls i'sell ulumtt immwlulelyil of those who have taken thh point and positive. Ir l - nonresident persons. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS. d. d distinction. Meervbatim.crude or unmanufactured. Milk, fiefth. Mineral waters, all not artificial, lemonade, sodu water, nud alt fclmllur waters. MInerats, crude. Models of Mo-beaweeds and eg table Inventions. substances crude or unmanufactured. Musk, In natural pods. Myrobolan, crude. Needles, hand hewing and darning. Newspapers and periodical. Nux vomlciu Oakum. (Jcher and ochei earths, sienna and ateuniv earth, umbur and umber earths, not ppectally provided for in this act, dry. Oil cuke. Oils- - Ollvo oM for manufacturing or mchunlcnl purpoMtyn!lt for eating and not otherwise provldtd tor in this uct. Opium, crude unmanufactured aud nut adulleiated, containing U per cent and over of morphia. Orange nnd lemon j tee 1, not preserved, prepaieu, Orehll or orchil liquid. Oresof gold, sllur and nickel uiatte, 1'alntlngs, In oil or water colors. Palladium, Paper stock, crude, of every description. Paraffin. Parchment and vellum. Pearl, mother of. nut sawed or cut or otherwUe manufactured. Peas, green, in bulk or In barrels, sacks or blmllar packages. Personal or household etTeus nut merchandise of citizens of the United htatcsdvlng In foreign countries. Pewter and britunnla metal, old and fit only to be ruinauufaciurf d. Philosophical and scientific apparatus. Phosphates, crude or native. Plants, trees, shrubs and vines of all kind commonly known as nun cry stock, not specially provided for In this act. Plaster of l ai Is and sulphate of lime, unground. Platlnu, in lugots, bars, sheets and wire. Platinum, unmauufucture-dPlows, tooth aud disk liarrowa. harvesters, reaneri. aerti ukuntl drills and planters, mowers, horse rakes, cultivators, thrashing machines and cotton gins. I'ruvmeti mat an paragraph, If Imported from a country which mi h mi lmiHin uuiv o hkb nriicies ini iwrted from the United States, shall be sub Jttt to the duties existing prior to the jiassage of this act. Plumbago. Hush, black, known commercially as hatters plush. Polishing stones and burnishing stones. Potash, crude, of or "black salts." Caustic potcarbonute ash or hydrate of, including rtflned in sticks aud rolls. Nitrate uf potash or saltpeter, crude. Sulphate of potash, crude or refined. Chlorate of iotah. Muriate of potash. Professional books implements Instruments and toolsnf t rade, occupation or employment, In the actual possession at tho time of persona arriving In the United Slates. Pulu, Pumlco. Quills uepared or unprepared, but not made up into complete, articles, Qulnla, sulphate of and all alkaloids or salts of cinchona bark. this act. HegallaanciVnai, statues, statuary and specimens ortuts of sculpture where specially lor ported In good faith fur the use of any ftocietyiucoiporated or established solalyfor tiiUiMtly"L ithl''PUhjiJLlUvtsvry or rsUlsou . specified lu such receipts; nnd such receipts shall be sufficient ivldnico In favor of such debtor, to justify Mm lu withholding ihe amount therein vxpimvd from hi next pay-meto his creditor, but suth crtdllor msy, upon giving to bio debtor a lull, written receipt, acknowkdgli if thv pi)imiit to him of whatever sum n n) lo actually pild,nnd ac ceptlng tho amount of lax paid ns aforesaid (spccll) Ing thu satm ),ns a further sat ofthodtbt to that nmount, rcqiilii thu surrender to him of surh i olN dor's rect ipt, Tbe following additional requirements of revenue law a.e of Importance; Internal Iteveuue Stamps It shall bo the duty of cvory collcctorof Internal revenue, to whom any pa ment of any taxes other than the tax represented by an e Btamp or other engrav cd stamp Is made under tho provisions of this act, to give to the person making such payment a full written or printed receipt, cxpresrdng the amount paid and the particular account for which such raiment was mode, and whenever steh lmy- ment Is made such colhetur shall. If inquired, give a separate receipt foriach tax paid by any debtor, on account of payments made to cr lo bo made by him to sepnrate creditor?, tu such form (hat such debtor can convenient V produce tho sunn sen-ately to hUhtveiul creditors In satisfaction of their respective demands to tho amounts at rinIng Cards. l' 11 It de-cl- Imports of Cigars 6eo.,H04of the revlicd statutes U amended so aa to read i 'txc.2.WH. No cigars shall be Imported unless the same are packed In boxes of not more than SOU clgara In each box, nud no entry of Imported cigars shall bo allowed of less quantity than 8,u)lua single package,and all cigars on iiuporta.fon shall be plated In publlo stoisor bonded warehouse, and shall not N Y. Ueeor 'or K moved therefrom until tbe same shall have en Inspected and a stamp affixed to each box Indicating such Inspection, and also a se Missed. rial numoer io oe rucorueti in mo custom house, A9 the secretary of the treasury is hereby authorized lo provldo the requisite Friend You'll be missed If you stamps, and to make all necessary regulations irnvo tho fit ago. for carrlng tho abovo provisions of the law into cirect.' De Run tor Tliut'a the reusou Tin I Valae of I'orelgn Colon. going off, I'm tired of being hit. Tbe value of foreign coins as expressed In the money of account of the United States shall Town Topics. bo that of the pure metal of such coin of stand- value, nnd values of the standard fnl circulation the the various nations ofculm i of the world shall be estimated ouarterlv br IbadU d.TTTAYlVriSH. eur uflwriM4 WtU rector of lie mint, and be itrocUlmed by 1 1 On nnd lifter Aug. 1, 1'Wl, there shall he levhd, collet ted nnd paid, b) ndhi she stumps a tax of --' unls lot mil uion every i Mk of pla)lug tarda lonlnlnln;; not moio than Li cards, maiiufacluicd in d sold or n mow d, nnd also upon every pack In thu stock of any dealer oiumd uftt r that date, nnd thutoiiimlsrlni.-ero- f Internal rt vt ime, with the nppiowi) of the secret ho of the Ue.iMiry, shall maku rcg ulatlons as lodlcs and ndheslve stamps Good Made by Convict Lubor, All poods ware, articles and mcrchundho manufactured wholl) or In part in any ton-- en country b) convict laoorshall not bo entithd to entry at any of the luris of the United hereby thu btutesaud and Imporlutloii thereof Istreasury Ihe sciietary nf the prohibited, Isauthorlxed to prcsrlUfuth regulations may bo necessary for theen.ortemeut of this provision. I4'UUtIoll. Democratic upologlsta are having their lines cast in hard places these days. Tacts pile up against them with terriblepreclslon and swiftness, ami each hour of delay lu settling for good or ill the great question of tariff legislation brings witli It an addition of odium and dlsgi aeo that has already been laid ut their door. As to this more recent delay lepublican skirts have been kept clear, hluee the senate passed Its bill no republican has ut tcred more than a few words of de bate, no one has made a single dlla tory motion, no one ottered the slightest degree of obstruction. Democratic dissensions, w raugllugs nud recriminations have ill led the hours of congress. Democratic confenees have "sat and looked at each other' lu the language of the wily senior bcuator from Xcw York, aud all this the country knows, and condemns with bitter words and more potent political resolutions. The point of special Interest in all this Is to try to ascertain just where, Inside the charmless circle of democracy, tho responsibility for delay rests. And it must be said, ns It Is secretly felt in Washington already, that on Grover Cleveland's shoulders must fall the burden. Xosanc observer of affairs can doubt that before that famous letter was written, the senate bill had every advantage of war, nnd it wo a question of only a few hours when the house would sunender unconditionally. The white Hag was tied to the halyard, when from thu white house came that curious command to hold 'the fort. New hope came to the weary soldiers, tho guns ero remauned and the w ar commenced afresh. Is doubtful lu The outlook the extreme. Theiemaybe no tariff legislation at all. Aud If all the trouble, und turmoil und attack on American Industries comes to naught, there can be no doubt that Cleveland can be honestly thanked for what lie has done, however little he Intended to do It. Itoston Traveller, 'Ibo Democratic l'urty Host, In tho senate, July till, Mr, (jorman made the following statement: "To my personal knowledge, after conference with Ills friends, ho deliberately aud wisely snld lu tho lino of all precedent, of nil tho declarations ho had made, of all tho declarations that his party had ever made, In the exact line of all legislation from Jefferson down V will to drover Cleveland in IbW: not dostroy any industry; we will remodel tho tnrlff; wo will give lower duties; wo will even the bunleus of tho people, nnd we will give freer taw materials not free raw materials.' 'lhere it stood. As I hare once before said in the senate, but for that declaration I do not boleve Mr. Clevclnnd could have carried tho country and been elected president of the United states." t?TTho fewer tho nunib.'r of tl.es parly pledge! Kept by the democracy Ihe better it will be for the Lniuitrrt y Who In ltenpnnsloh fur Del i) lug Turin They tay cvory ('oe ;oo(l It is a powerful nerve invlg-oralintonic, unpirliiijr its rcMora tie influence throuchtothe intdium of the ncrvouH syttm eveiy oiuan tnd ti?cnc in the lodv. It ni.tki.sbut little difference whether the constitti uonal vigor has been ittulenu!uel by icuie disease, overuf'rk, or certdin mihchicvous indiscrctinn; or whe h er the broken down condition iscalled by one name or other, 50 long as there is nervous exhaustion, penerat or local wtakne.ss o long as enervation and debility arc the type of the ailment, tins is the remedy. the c fleet ol 'hi? eviJcttcc it U uiii'orm they can feel doing- them SPRING OPENING OF - 1, C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from. tho Dnvjs Carriage Company. , ! -- He will save you MONEY by Huying from HIM. you a Huggyf Harneas, La up to 75.00. Will J-se- ll THOSE WHO SUPPER from the tcmiKs of over mental or physical c.xeitlou, liartlUip,cixpo.surea tiiddeu dtftius, caprirc, or who have Drought upon themselves a fciirsof .ftlictions Cy ignorantly or wiliully violating nature's laws, will find in Caton's Vstamzkk ami Nhuvi; Tonic the remedy for their ccttnln ulicf. of It speedily temoves a'l progressive physical deterioration, and restores the enfeebled energies to their natural vigor. vousness, prostration of the ph steal or mental energies confusion of ideas, iack of self confidence, in liability of temper, uiclancuoly, cowardice, wtnk less of the knees aud baLk, p.dpita ion of the Heart, dragging nU in the lojns, headache, irriintipu of the kidneys and bladder milky urh.e, pernicious and hidden wasted, icult-m- g in n failure of the mental and physical powers, constituting nu impediment to Miccess and unfitting him or her for the duties and responsibilities of life, it is the ieiucly ,for excellence, A single package viil h sufficient to inaugurate the work'ot icgenera-don- , and cure iu many cases. Hut stobborn cases often require more It will be sent, postpaid, secured from ooscrvation, for$i per package, or 6 packages for 55, Address all orders to Dusterand Whip from f 60.00? ? " The Davis Cnrriago Company has tho reputa- , , tiou of building the beat Buggy for the moucy ot any Factory iu Cincinnati. So come and judge for yourself.. 1a any weakness of ihe vital orgnns, WHENEVER THERE IS ner- NEW WEKLV AN!) TRIBUNE i$ frrtl'j It ft n x pj t ttui ttBMuliH ONE VEAR f it1 Address all orders io IIAL1IT011D BKFUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky caton hed: CO., Boston, Mass. 39LH:a' m:Km &A: rr iTmrrrfi"" & ii w ."llPiiiitil " J w "J, Hi t 'o!QL We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are real onauie, and we guarantee satisiaciion. J '1 A Will aLa.laLe.; nvo..J UA a iv j ' i'jm mM' y Owensboro, Ky. r .ll f itWTIIIl' - T " .lM.ifl4fi rim Um .It rftn .rr-i- il.wJlMlC. Ill - U 1 - ' -- ' wJArffrvtMa t f , V.a-Aa- jk. uirfTHtftfiinwuM 'n