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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896080701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "- - - r membership ice. MclJcnUl Injuries, Do your MO UKD1CAL it JTor fHEilGClDEinSOFLll-l)ratl Wtll- t - 10 TV K OtHM'HV IM, Cliki;o laty of Hie Bran Aivli'.M CuMrA.iv, for liilorniiiK.t regarding AcrliUm Injur ance. Mention II. I -- aw tly to Join a lou Has paid over i'HU.UWm lw ii The I Iaetded OFFICIAL tuii ,, Eeptiblear CONGRESSIONAL Mmsmm J232ftus?tiw IllaidP victims of rever ami nine, in mercurial ill Ion tail how they re ntlent, covered health, cheer-laptrlta and good eppetltcithcy will tell you oy iniung dim MOXS l.lVtH R1.0U- sufTcrera, LA drsreptico, ARK the. reeeiv.r.it bilious ION MM OF THE PARI? IK THE FOURTH DISTRICT, own Agent. i' A 5 HXAMWAT10N IIHOIM'' ' Vol. ix. HAIIT.FOHD, KY., FIUDAY, AUGUST 7, L890. STOOD FIRM. Highest of all in Leavening rower. NO. 2. Latest U.S. Gov't Report Tho ChcapMt, Purest and Beit family Medlcfiialn lha World I For t)V8I'Bt'SIA, CONSTIPATION, Uun. dice, Hilloun.uackn.SICKHKADAeill!, Colic, ( Spirit., HOUR STOMACH, Heartburn, etc. Thl unrivalled rtmedr It warranted not to contain 11 .Ingle particle o( Mekcxry, or aay mineral aubetance, but la containing thosa Southern ltoote and llerba which an all.nUe Providence haa placed In countrlea where I.lver Dl.catce moat prevail. It will cure all Dlnann earned by Derangement of the I.lver and llawele. "the SYMPTOMS of Liver Cenjrlalnt are bitter or bad tatto In the mouth) Vain In the Hack, Sldea or Joint, often mistaken (or Khea. Los. of ApreWte) mntl.mi Sour Stomach) iiuwci. nucrnarviy cuvuve ana mi) iiraanciiej Lois of Memory, with a painful tcnaatlon of havlnar failed to ln anmethlnir which ought to havo been done) Debility) Low Spirit, a Ihlek yellow appearance of the Skin and lire, a dry Cough often mintnkcn for Contumptlen. sometime mnny 01 trine aympiome attend the dlieate, at other) very few) but the LIVIR. I. generally the aeat of the d liens, and if net Kegulated in time, (treat ettlTerlng, wretched neaannd DBATII wilientiie. The following highly esteemed peraoaaatteat to the virtue, of Blmmont Liver ReguLatori Gen. W. 8. Holt, Prei.Oa.8. W.K.R.Co.1 Iter. It. Folder, Perry. Ga.i Col. K. K. Srarke. AI- any, t)a.) C. Maittraon, Kaq.. Sheriff Diub Co., UA.I Hon. Alexander 11. Htenliena. "we have tested its virtues, personally, and kno-that for Dyspepsia, Ulliousuesv and Throbbing Headache It Is the best medicine the world ever taw. We tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, but none eeve Kegn-latus more than temporary relief) but the M Ed. not only relieved, but cured us Teleokani amd Messknoer, Macon, Uo. PURELY VF.GKTAI1LI2, JJearly- - hzxjf1 .? 3E3CL-V3S CENrar-crz-a- T Col. DELKER CO EHBffl T73EIE.XJ2i;-A.33- . Is Thos..W. Bullitt Could Not be Howled Down. PrivXl Baking m. , 1 I3CESai.X o fe?K 7 MA V, ftffl 0 0 CO loo Per Cent. 't-fcL- 3E3C,ixa.sOxn.ej3t- - - WRITE FOR CA TALOG V- R- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from coin. (Tremendous npphuse nnd cheering ) These 970,000 pensioners on the honored roll of this governand government pays The sound-mone- y cause was well ment out of Its pub'ic treasury in pensions represented in one oj the stronuholds in the Fourth concress-- . over $140,000,000 every year to the 'lonal district Saturday. On invita soldiers and saitcrs, their widows nnd F.very dollar of the tion Col. Thomas W. Bullitt, of their orphans. Louisville, nccompanfd by I1I9 wife debt must be paid in the best currennnd son, Scntt, nnd V. C. Hays, at- cy." .. tended the sixteenth annual picnic at Just now everybody is beginning to Tunnel Hill, Hardin county, Kentake n Spring Medicine. And it is n tucky. Over s.oooj people were in good thing to do provided you take the'' largest nssemblance attendance, Simmons I.iver Regulator the best ever known before. on those grounds. Spring Medicine. It's nsluggish livpti11clp.1I. feature of theday was The public speAklng, Col. Bullitt repres- er that clogs the sA"stein nnd makes enting sound money, and Hon II. II. bad blood. A dose a day of simmons Smith, of Hardin, and Hon. Dave Liver Regulator will makeanew man out of you, and a new woman too. Smith, ol I.aRue, both candidates for Look for the Red Z on the pnekaga. Congress in ths Fourth, representing It is Simmons Liver Regulator you fiee silver. want. All was terene until Col. Bullitt bede-- . gan to analyze and expose, to the advocates, triment of the the Chicago Populist platform. lie was making such a clear and forcible r heresy exposition of the and his speech was meeting with such telling efTects ou the thinking element free-silve- r -free-silv- er Put the Free Silver Men to Rout At the Tunnel Hill Picnic. Powder AB&0LUTEE.Y 2Msa PUBE 0ASS1US' SON. Clay, Jr., Says Ken-tuclc- I I yis Repub- lican. Lawyers Against the cago Platform. Chi- J. HANUFACTUrtEO ONI.V BV If. 7.CIL1N & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PliUFESMONAL OARD. fnn.H.fJIriiu, .I.N. It. IVnlillng Notice! If your subscript- free-silve- MILKER Don't CO., MANUFACTURES, Hendersoa&JS1 Klp IT. r that the rank cranks, regardless 0' good reasoning and solid facts, concluded it would not do for him to proceed further and attempted to howl him down. But he held the 1,600 fort, getting in the force of his argua ment, which was well rcceived.by the nttentlvc, intelligent, thinking farmers, and many converts were made y cause. Set" .Voted lrom the Onrriiaboro for the free-silve- ion is not paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but subscriptions amount to deal. great Mea-aeng- sound-auone- Tnbnrco. WIIII.U U8INCJ HOW TO CUKE YOUIISKI.F MAKING PDN OP I HE SILVERITES. Ono of tlio Alexander Tlio tobacco habit grows on a man until hid nervous system is ecriotitly nllcctcd, impariug healthjcomfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe a shock to tho system, ns tobacco to nn inveterate liter becomes n itiinulaut that his system continually "IJaco-Curis a scieutiliu craves. euro lor the tocacco habit, in nil its forms, carefully couiX)Uuded nfieriho formula ofnn enimeut Berlin phyei-ciau- s who lias u.ed it in his private practico sinco 1872, without a luiliuo. it ii purely vegetable nnd guaranteed perlcctly harfnbess. You can use all the tobacco you want while taking 'Baco-Curo- ." It will notify you when to slop. Wo gtva n written .guarantee to cure permanently any ease with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, interest. o" wittiest Sarcasm Atlanta, is a of tho Cnn.pn.gn. P. Hull, of He does not beStrong 16 to 1 mutt lieve inhalf-wn- y measures. The free comnge of silver idea is too tame for him. He is willing to see the .silver ites nnd to go them mo poliit belter Here nrc hi. declaration, proposition nnd argument. 'Hnving been deeply impressed liy the arguments or Judge Crisp, Bryan, Stewart. Jones nnd other silver lenders, nnd especially grieved, shocked tie, that wages would not ris in proportion to prices Th reply is. 'Wages would be compellel to rise since no man would be fool enough to work for $1 a day who could make 51,000 n day picking up rusty nails nnd old horseshoes nnd carrying them to the mint for coin. ge.' (Hull ) "In nddition, it may be urged by the money power, by the 'Wall street "Baco-Cur- o" Uuotn substitute, but a scientific euro, that cures without tho uid ot will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the sjstcui ai puronud irco from n cotino as tho d iy you took your first hew or sinoko Cured By Baco-Cur- o and gained Thirty pounds. From hundreds of tostimnuMl?, tho originals of which aro on file and open to inspection, tho foil owing is present') ed. " Clavtnn,NovadaCo.,Ark.,Jan.28,,95. lurcka Chemical & Mfg., Co., La Crui.o, Wis. Gentlcmea: Tor forty veals I used tobacco in nil its forms. For twenty-fiv- e years ot that timo I was a great sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I others "The ludian Tobacco le AntMotc-'DoubChloridcof Gold." etc., etc., but none ot them did mo tho least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased n box ot your "Baco Curo" and it has entirely cured mo of the habit iu all its forme, ami I have increased thirty pounds iu weight nnd am relieved from nil tho numerous aches and prinsof body nnd mind. I could write aquiroof paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. H. Mahiiuky. took various remedies, ." among Pastor 0. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. Bo'd by all druggist at 81.00 per box; threo boxes, (thirty days' treat written ment), $2 50 with iron-cla- d guarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklot nnd proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LnCroeso, Wis., ami Boston, Mass. 37-- 0 mo. Ewrr voroki wdi . Mttea' I'aln I'llU. and hoir.fied by the 'awful ctimcot 1873,' ns so luridly depicted daily in the columns ol (he Atlanta Constitution nnd other silver orgaus, I have changed my views on the money que? tions, and am ready to maintain the propositions following in joint debate or newspaper controversy. 'I nccept the arguments ol the advocates ol diver, nnd agree with their However, tciutdy so far as it gees. Let us it does not gr far enough. have plenty of remedy in fact, enough to make debt nnd poverty things ot the pist, rcbci of the dark-age-s I am in favor of the free nnd unlimited coinage of pig iron nt the ratio of 6 to t with goldby the Un States alone, independent of nil nations, ami can piove by the best authority obtainable that such n policy on the put of the United States will 'rnlse prices,' 'put plenty of money into circulation' and give the honest debtor a chance to pay his debts, thereby making the whole country prospeions. "Now, In the first place, it mny be urged by some 'who do not under derstand the subject of standard of value' that a free coinage act for iron would not raise its price to n ratio To them I reof 16 to 1 with gold. ply that the 'stamp of the Govern ment' nnd the 'legal tender qualities' ol the iron dollar would instantly make the bullion valucof the pig iron the same as the mint value. 'For who would part with nn ouuee of this precious metal for an) thing else than the mint valuer (Stewait, Joues and Bryan ) AUENTri (lOIKINO MO.M'.Y NKI.I.IM. UI'R Of Mckinley and hobart, or 40 years the By MuratIIalstead, most famous Journalist iu America, assisted by Hon. John Sherman, Gen. C. II. Grosvenor and lion. Cuauncey M. Depew. Also contains complete Biography of Hon. Garrett A. Hobart, nominee for No campaign Book equal to it has ever been published, The illustta-tion- s are rich and beautiful, including Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley, nnd all the great national leaders; also persons and places of general interest. 600 pages, printed on fine piper; Cloth Binding $l 50. Half Morocco Binding i 00; by mall, postpaid, Very Liberal Terms to Agents Agents act quickly for now is your harvest time. ' .Don't delay; order fine Ptospectus. by mail, only 10 Cents, which merely covers cost ot postage and mailing. vAddrcs8, runusni.hs' '.supply co., 57 & 69 ItuiTlie Bul'lding, St. Louis, Mo. "Agalu it mny be urged that our mint would be overcrowded with pig I reply that the price of pig Iron. iron having been raised Iroin $7.50 n ton to a tatio of 16 to I with gold the world over, 'no one would care to carry it to the mints, since the mint ptice could be obtained anywhere iu the open market.' (Atlanta Constitution) Next It may be urged, that gold and silver would go out of circulation. I ieply firht, This Is n inert assumption of the tools of the iniuey power which they cannot verify '( U lanta Constitution,) second, 'Suppose gold nnd sliver do go o'lt of circulation, Is there not plenty of pig iron to take their place and give the peo. pie plenty ol monej ?' (Ilrynn.) and third, such nn assumption mixts the nnd Ideas of cliculntlng medium standaid of values, gold and silver would still be potential money metals though not In ciicutatlon, nnd would lend their help toward raising pticia nnd causing general prosperity (Clsp) "Then, again, it may be urged f gtilr, t tl c pig lion standard of val- - sharks', and the "Bond street that we could not nlone go on the pig iron bisis without an international agreement. 'To such das t.irds ns dare to lay n limit to the power of the American people to do what they please, independently of all nations, I hurl their cowardice and lack of back into their faces.' (tlryan ) "The 'crime' of demonitiziiig pig Iron took place about a, 200 years ngo, when certain 'goldolators and silvcrites, in order to fncri-asthe purchasing power of their wealth, secretly and 'like thieves in the night' got the demoni'izition net passed, repealing the good, old free coinage act ol Lycurgui, the friend ol our ancesters' dadics' To day China is the only cou-itton earth honest enough to coin. and there the honest laborer can carry home the wages of his honest toil iu a wheelbarrow.' (Atlanta Constitution,) "A tunious fall In prices followed the demonitlzation of iron, and has continued upword of 2,000 years. I have calculated the losses entailed upon the honest people of this world by thit tuthleas act, but the figures are so enormous I fear a revolution will ensue if the people learn how greatly they have been robbed. But facts are facts, and the best way to right u wrong is to meet it squarely That loss is $2 1,000,000,000,00 000, 000, 00 j.' (Coin's financial Schtol.) "In coucluslon, I intist that the free coinage of pig iron will do everything that U claimed for silver, and Infinitely more. The People will be rich and prosperous. The once poor man can pay his debts with his old stove. Bailroids can declare diviroll-- . dends on old mils and worn-o- ut Ing stock. The small boy can pick up old naiiS uud Imscshoes enough to support his family. Iu fine, poverty and debt can 110 longer exlsll" Prom the Atlanta (Ga) Journal. shy-locke ,ooo,-000,00- 0, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Foster nnd Mr. Joe Foster, Centertown, and Mr.Wm. Foster, Hartford, are visiting nt Mr. Kinchin'Howard's on Third street. Miss Annie Kills, daughter of Dr. J. W. Ellis, of Masonville, who has been ill so long with typhoid iever, and whose life has been despaired of for nearly two weeks by some of the best physicians of this city, is now improving and there are chances of rows, Ky. her recovery. Henry Fielden, thellttle three-yen- r Children Cry for old son of Cal Fielden.of the Red Hill neighborhood, hnd one of his legs severed nt two different places above the kuee Thursday evening. Mr. Fielden, a tenant on the farm of J is M. Gordon, on the afternoon of Thursday, after finishing the cutting of some grass lu a field some distance from the house,started with the mowis er to the bam. Knowing that his woik in the meadow would lequlre 1,600 several trips between the field and the house, he set the machine in motion and was mowing a path through to a the weeds between the field nnd the dwelling. As he got near the house Itltl You tver Try Electiic Bitters as a remedy lor he heard his little boy scream In the your troubles? If not, get a bottle weeds on the blade of the mower. He now nnd get relief This medicine checked his team, jumped off the mahas been found to be peculiarly adapt- chine and picked up the bleeding, ed to the relief and cure of all Female lacerated child. One leg was severed twice above the knee nnd he was Complaints, cxeiting a wondsrful it flutnee in giving strength and somewhat bruised about the body, tone to the organs. If you have Loss though he had received no cuts on Reports of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, his body or other limbs. Falntlag Spelts, or are Nervous, from Red Hill yesterdaysays that the Sleepless, Fxcit ble, Melancholy or little lellow'8 body was rapidly swelltroubled with Dizzy Spells, Klectric ing, and the physicians thought it Bitters is the medicine you need. would be only a few hours until death Health and Strength are guaranteed would relieve the suflerer's pains. It is though the little fellow statled by its use. Pifty ceuts and $1.00 at to the field, where his father was at & Bell's Drug Store. Williams work and growing tired lay down in the weeds, dropped off to sleep and GOLD OR EQUIVALENT. failed to hear the approach ol the Bell's Pine Tar Hon-e- v for sale nt the Store of Messrs. Gunn, Burnett & Co's, Grantsburg, 111. , and meeting mnny commendations Irom dillercnt persons ot its wonderful merits, I thought I would try a bottle I have been seriously effected for 25 years with a cough and pains in my side and breast that were causing me a miserable life. I spent hun dtdsof dollars with doctors nnd for medicines, but everything failed until I tried this wonderful remedy. It beats the world a,nd saved my life. I recommend Dr.Bell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is a great success. J. B. Rosell. Grantsburg 111. May 20,1895. For sale by Z WayneGriffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrew Bros., NarI heard of Dr. Miss Myrtle Howard has returned Irom an extended visit to relatives in Ohio county. Miss Etta Thomas, of Hartford, is visiting Miss Mabel Kimbley.Daviess stnet. Will practico their profession in al tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special The Hon. B. J. Clay was at the. attention given collections. Also Grand Hotel Wednesday morning. Notary Public for Ohio county. He is a son of Gen. Cassius M. Clay. -- A.. Father and son arc Republicans. Clay resides at Richmond, Ky., the Y native place of Gov. Stone, of MisAW souri. He said to a Post reporter: "Our State of Kentucky will go for HAItTFOItD, KY. sound money. Will practice his profession in Ohio It will go Republis can by a large majority. There are and adjoining counties, and court of a good many prominent Democrats Appeals. Special attention given t OfDco east side of puHfc who say they will vote for McKinley. collections. square. This is saying n great deal for a but it is true. M. I.. Hravrin. Shiuby Taylor. "There are a large number of busiHEAVRIN & TAYLOR, ness men who favor a high protective tar I IT, and think that the hard . times HARTFORD, KY. are not due so much to the financial as to the tariff question. Perry Westerfiold, "Kentucky Democrats object to certain features of the Chicago platBeaveh Dam, Ky. form, especially the plank with reference to law and order, and the denunIt. K. WEDDING ciation of the Federal government for interference with alleged State's Hartfoud, Ky. rights. Lawyers of every complexWill practice bis profession is all ion object to the feature of the plaN tho courts of Ohio and adjoining form which impeaches the integrity counties. Also Notary Public. of the United StatesSupreme Courts' Office, in Commercial Hotel. Clay and his wife are bound for the Jersey coast, where they will summer several weeks. Cincinnati Post. Think ItSlappod thoSupromo Court. LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's Bataar.) GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFOKD, K.Y. Tames SraltH, ATTN JT Ken-tuckia- n, Attorneys at Law. Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, C'oiiilenacel Toatlmoiiy. Pitcher's Castorla. Notice: if subscription One not paid, please send in the money at once. subscription not much, but subscriptions amount great deal. your Chas B. Hood, Broker and Manufacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a Cough Remedy. J. D. Brown, rrop- - St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was cured of n Cough of two years stand ing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Mer-rlBaldwlnsville, Mass., says that he has used and recommeuded it and never knew it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup because it instantly relieves. Free Trials Bottles at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. d, jffillRlT WILL W. K. BARNES Hartford, Ky. LAW, practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Ollico next door below Comraeri ciai Hotel. Attorney HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bauk. Also Notary Public. (umnfy Attorney) at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. If you need anything iu the buggy Special attention given to colline, you will bo well to call on Field lections. Office in Courthouse. & Holbrook where you can get them JNO. B. WILSON, at prices to suit the times. l.otvle Will be Elceleil. Saturday's Louisville Commercial We are needing some money now what about that subscription? Attorney ext JC&w, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, says: Hon. John W. Lewis is feeling very comfortable over his prospects in the Fourth district. The number of Republicans who will abandon their party to follow the free silver banner can be counted on the fingers, white hundreds of sound money Democrats lu every county have assured him of support against a free silver antagon- given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to col making Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Ollico North side of public square. di-i- crt Attorney ai lexw ist. HAItTFOItD, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. MoKinlny Again Spoaks out for "Dost Curronoy.' Canton, O.July 31. mnchine. Rheumatism r.. p. SPECIALTY: cimaer An enthushsllc delegation and affectionate greeting at the McKinley home was visit of the farmers, workingmen and old soldiers of Guernsey county, who arrived here shortly before noon. After greeting them Major McKinley said, among 8IOO Krtrnrel 8100. The readers ot this paper will be other things: "When the war closed pleased to learn that there is at least there were two great debts resting ouc dreaded disease that science has upon this government. One was the been able to cure In all itsstages, and dept due to men who had loaned the that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure government money with which to is the only postlve cure known to the carry on Its military operations. Thu medical fraternity, Catarrh being a other debt was due to them who had constitutional disease, requires a con. willingly ofTered their lives for the stitutionul treatment, Hall's Catarrh preservation of the American Union, Cure is taken internally, nctlngdlrect-l- y (cheers.) The old soldiers waited ou their pensions until this great debt ot upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroys the government whs well out of the ing the foundation of the disease, and way. They waited patiently until the giving the patient strength by bull, government of the United States had ding up the constitution and assisting reduced nearly twolhlrds of that nature In doing its work The prop-- , great money debt, (Applause.) They rletors have so much faith in its cur wanted every dollar of the debt paid ntlve powers, thnt they offer One in the best coin known to the comHundred Dollars for any . case that it mercial world. (Qreatnpplause.) And every dollar ol that debt up to this falls to cure. Send for list of ' hour has been paid in gold or its Address, V. J.CHRNRY &CO , Toledo, O. equivalent, the best recognized money of the world, and every dollar, of that Soft! by Druggists, 75c. debt, my comrades, yet to be paid, Hall's Family Pills arc the best. will be paid Inthesame unquestioned' 5Mt. testl-monlnl- NOTICE: If your subscription is rot paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deal. Is a blood disease and only a blood remedy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possibly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Grcencastle, Indiana, says: "For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumatism, which the best physicians were unable to relieve. I took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was unable to take my food or handle myself fn any way; I was absolutely helpless. Three 3fi:i,T IT Ul' AMINKt:. bottles of S.S.S. relieved me so that I If a dollar be n dollar, honest coin was soon able to move without deceit, kTtJHiiHr my right arm; before One may melt It, one may smelt it, long I could walk but its value won't retreat. across the room, and Melt ten dolars, silver dollars, In unwhen I had finished one dozen bottles biased melting pot, was cured completely and am as well ai And the silver 'slug' resulting only ever. I now weigh 170." sells for 'five the lot.' Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, I'.VANSVILLU, IND. Office 416 Upp. First st. Attorn oy at Law, IlHRTPORD, KY Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted Oih'co iu Republican to his care. J. B. VICKERS, building. vs&HiiHfr HARTFORD, KY Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio Special atand adjoining counties. Office tention given to collections. with County Attorney. WhoeaataJak of some etiniifte vium w vour tdeaji thav Prclacl A..7 ...U...l.r..ffnum.v br . 70V weaiw. ii.... .u,in .w&,.uun. '. .(! mvh .a.... a.mm- ners. Waihlnttoo, D. o for their tl.nu prtte eoTer aaa uis 91 iwu uuaana wreaiMlM wmaiea. Attorney at law ABMISTEAD JONES, Melt gold dollars, melt an eagle, in aforesaid melting pot And the golden slug resulting quickly sells for 'ten the lot.' A Real Blood Remedy. Wanted-- An Idea S.S.S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, and any form of blood troubles. If you have a Mood disease, take a blood medicine S.S.S. (gnat anUed tut ely vtgeta-tablWill you tell me, kindly tell me, how is exclusively for the blood and Is recommeuded tor nothing eUe. It those dollars equal are forces out tho polsou matter permanentonIf a little glowing furnace puts on ly. We Will ly one the scat? send to anyone Am I'm thinking, quittly thinking, our valuable books, Adilrcs.3 that n poor man has poor sense Swift Specific 11 hu votes to have a dollar that will Co., Atlanta, ' - iiielt to 50 cents. Ga. sss The theory in the treatment ot coughs, lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by the manufactures of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a All deal. truly a wonderful remedy. era sell it on n positive guarantee. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Ilrp,, druggist, nut" Renfrew Droa.,tNar-'W -- !? - rows, Ky. ' Hartford Republican KIM A. tMir.HNOV. ,.t:lllnr. Subscription, $).25joryoar. i'mtiAV, Awiu.tr 7, 1896. I.Tcnl notices 10c Jut line first In sertlou and sc each subsequent laser tion. Large contracts special rotes. Calls on cnndldatcs nnd political matter toe per line. Obituary notices sc per line, nnd must Invarlbly be paid for In advance, unless patty ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work oiall kinds promptly nnd neatly executed. nlv.itice. 3fut08 and Tonus. .Subctiptlons ft. 25 pet nnnum in Uryun in lila Chicago Candida speech spoko of tlio sympathies ol tho Democratic party being ou tho sido That ol tho "struggling masses." is just wlicro tho sympathies ol tho Democratic party ouht to lie; lor what party has done more to make tho masses struggle lor n livelihood than the Democratic party? REPUDIATION. Breckinridge Democrats Will Not Support Bryan. McKinley, Hobart nnd Lewis Will Win. NoV3 A MATTER OP EXPERIENCE. Iu the campaign of 1892 tho arguments produced by Democrats upholding their Iree trade theories, were enThoy were great tirely theoritical. theorists. Itopublicaus Bald tho Wilson bill would inevitably bring disaster and distress. Tho Wilson bill tins beeu paved nnd the reuplo are now experiencing There aro no theories its result. It has been proven nbout it now. that it will not inako wheat sell for $1.25 per bushel; that it will not advance wages aud give laboriug men constant employment. On tho other hand, wheat is lower than uvcr before; laboring men are getting reduced wages, ii they get wages at all; all business interests have been injured fearfully. How difficult the actual result ol tho Wilson bill, nnd the great benefits wo derived from it. Before Its passage peoplo were mislead nnd dcceiv ed by false statements and promises. Thoy thought they would better their conditions. A little of of a Democratic tarill haj brought tho people to their senses. The Chicago platlorm acknowledges that Democrats havo been in error, and that tho Wilson bill i3 not sufficient to supply oven enough revenue to run tho government. It says: "Until the money question is settled, we are opposed to any agitation lor further changes in our tariff lavw, except such as are necessary to meet the deficit in revenue, caused by tho decisou adverse of tho Supreme Court on tho Income Tax.'' Here is an admission that wo must havo higher tariff laws. Thus it is that Democrats me placed in the humiliating attitude of acknowledging that all their theories wero wrong. It is not necessary lor them to admit that they were wrong. Experience, which is the best of teachers, has convinced everyone beyond a reasonable doubt that the Democratic idea of a tarill is Tho Wilson utterally erroneous. bill is now a matter of experience. Notes and Othor , Hnp-ponlnc- s. Republican Tickot. Aug. 3, '96. ol our most popular glils Is visiting friends In Evansvlllc Indiana. The marriage ol Mr. Walter CampHAtiniNSiiimo, Kv Miss Ella Dillon, o- -c bell, of Ashland to Miss Mary ut this, city, Is nnnnttneed August tho 2 til. 1 Bow-ma- ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. I'nr I'realtlmt. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. r, lor Mr I. was here I? McJlur-- . stntt up ht werlc a Republican of I.eltchfield, to News p per. For Vice I'rcatileiit. GARRETT A. HOBART, ol Now Jersey. I'or Cong JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Gov. Brail Lor has designated tho September as Labor first Mond Day. re. J?t 'v? RiU'orts from everywhere indicate that McKinloy will bo elected by an overwhelming majority. PitEsiDENT Harrison has consented tocomotoHodgcnsville and deliver au address at the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. One thing we admire iu Mr. Bryan and that is that he is honest enough to admit that the free coinage of silver would cause a panic. But wo do not want a panic. He was not successful. Our kid babe lull nine jottrnevtd down to CI0verp.1t list Pridiy tor the purpose of givin4 the Cloverpoits I i lids they did a sound drubbl not succeed, c tiling horn- with their UK fealhtr trail! tg iu the du.st. The ?c ue ttoo.l 27 to 25 iu livorol Cloverport. Professor ilnncVlett who resigned his poaittiu us principal of our college has been succeeded bv Piolessor Rob-eitol Me.i le county. Mr Roberts is it ung man ubout 30 jcars ol age nnd is highly recommended. Mr. Arthur Boird, of Louisville, is is spending n slim t vacation herewith He has grown quite stout. friends. Campaign orttors will be plentiful for the next three months. Indeed they bid fair to become too pltntilul, the common herd hnd best tai.e to the woods. i. - of silver sentiment Is an utilicatihy growth. Many men ate now favorably disposed toward the Iree coinage of silver, because ol sheer ignorance as to the meaning of free nnd ttnlltn itcd coinage ol silver at the ratio of 16 to i When its meaning is explained; when its dangerous tendencies arc exposed; win 11 the light ol logic and reason is thrown upon it, it will at once begin to lose ground. It cinnot withstand the light ot reason. Appeals to passion nnd prejudice, nnd socialistic sentiment, nrc what silver orators are depending on to carry the day. They ore mistaken if they think this will win before the American people. The Republican party has never in Its his toty stood in such a favorable attitude before the eoplr. But the facts must be shown. Republicans have not as yet entered earnestly Intothe campaign. They will do so in due time, however, and then the Chicago platlorm will be shown up in its true colors. It is a monstrous Idea that the American people should be asked to indorse a platform so wholly unamerican They will not do so, but on the other hand will rebuke it as no other platform Mnnwhlle hat ever been rebuked. let Republic ins pet feet their arrangements in order that n campaign of education may be thoroughly inaugurated and completely carried out. RoniN Hood. seeming increase among the people. It Anxiously watch ricclliilntf health of their daughters. So many arc cut oft by consumption in early years that there Is real cattso for anxiety. In the early stages, when not beyond tho reach ot tuedlcluo, Hood's will restore tho quality nnd quantity of tho blood nnd thus give good health. Head the following letter: "It la but Juat to write about my daughter Cora, aged 19. Bko waa completely run down, declining, bad that tired feeling, and (rlenda aald abe would not live over three months. Bbe bad bad gareti-parllla Mothers ftCI IfCD K HfB&ttlm EA Sieyeles Are ood Bicycles Pricey' ARE RIGHT - and - Cough and nothing acemed to do her any good. I happened to read about Hood's Hariapa-rlll- a and had her gtvo It a trial. From tho very first dose aho began to get better. Alter taking a row bottles aho was completely cured and her health his been the best ever since." Mns. Addib Peck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. "I will say that my mother has not stated my casa In as strong words as I would have done. Hood's BaraaparllU has truly cured me and I am now well." Cora Peck, Amsterdam, N. Y. Ue sure to get Hood's, because Bicycle rcpairng of all kinds done promptly DELKER CYCLE liF'G COMPANY, 209 Allen Street, OTWEKTSBOnO 1 Bicycles! OX OUR . Bicycles!! B HAVB CUP TUB I'lUCES Hoods Sarsaparilla U the One True Illooil I'nrlfler. All drumthtt. It. 1'ri'iwrecl only !)' C. I. Unix! & Co., Lowell, Mais. KiNTIKKUXEOF WHEELS. Victor. Napoleon, Barnes, Monarch, Overland Writolor Catnlcguo and Spccirtl Cn?)i Discount iC3r As We Will Save you voney Our Tip Top Whool3 lloducod to 850.00. s, BRYAN WON'T ACCEPT. Chairman of DemoNational cratic Committee Defies Southern Pop- ulist. Says the Southern gates to the Populist Convention Were Not a Class. ' M S FIllS rn liurrljr redouble, liable mi J txncnclaL c Bicycle Sundries at ttoek Bottom Prices. Repairing done on short notice. HARD TIMES AND FREE SILVER. Cheap Money rroUuctlve of Commercial DrpreMton. cELIU Sa pw w The ClorkBtllle (Tenn.) Iioh the fallowing: "Tticro la not n commercial country on i now that ha--s free- - coin-ngflmt-closs ctu-lJ- c. Mr. V. G. Baggage a leading Detu- ocrat of our countv nnd free silver The Populist party now finds itman, went out to West View recently Dele to instruct the people how to vote. self in ihe middle of a very bad fix. i They we're told by him that in Bryan The masses of the party was opposed and the Democratic pirty lay the onbut while they to endorsing Bryan, ly salvation of the country. Col. V. were at homo at work the bosses went CreditaB. Burton hearing ot Mr. Babbage's St. Louis and formed a combination ble boldly buckled on his arexcursion, with the Democrats by endorsing mor and followed him. They met in Bryan and nomitaing Mr. Watson 1873. political combat before an audience of "The Will llnrnn Ihn Democracy, The result will for Vice President. "The ajrc8 of tho laboring iiuiu will Fuaft Willi I lie Hepubllenna, Vole men, women and children, and we are bo that the Populists will go all buy doublo ns much of the necevsarrrn lor McKinley nnil do Wlttt the told that Babbage was utterly nnnihi-lated'b- y for of lire now as In 1673, aud his wage through the campaign working STrgroea, Hhern Tliey Ile- the Republican champion. as hare not been reduced Bryan nnd Watson and luuic." their ticket of much as the purchasing power of hh Split in Twwiv: The Democratic money has boon increased." in November will be compelled to party ol this county is divided. The All of tho above propositions w as-- I Chairman Jones of the National support Bryan and Sewall. rank and file accepted Bryan and the Democratic Committee was interview-e- d mrt without tho fear of Intelligent con-- I tradlction. Then, If ltbe a fact that no What causes bad dreams is a ques- Chicago Plaform. From the beginRepublicans ol the 4th Congress in Washington last Monday by a remember that Hon. tion that has never been satisfactorily ning however there has been tnutter-In- gs reporter ol the New York Wot id, and freo silver country on earth has al District must much as flvo dollnrn per capita; and If answered; but. in nine cases out of of discontent. Mtny Democrats iu answer to the question as to It be a fact that we tint c about $24 per Jno. W. Lewis has been ed for Congress and is now in tho ten, frightful dreams arc the result of in this county advocate sound money. whether Mr. Bryan would accept the capita; and If It bo a fact that we havo rnoro sliver in circulation per capita imperfect digestion, which a few doses II Democrats at Chicago had contentfield. His oppoucnt has not yet been Populist nomination said: than any free Bllver country in the of Ayer's Sarsapatilla will eflectuilly ed themselves with declaring for free Mr. Lewis has made a nominated. "He appreciates very highly the world; and If It bo a fact that the purremedy. Don't delay try It coinrgc ol silver at 16 to 1, and had Tact that the Populists honored him chasing power of our dollar is now splendid record in Congress nnd declared for nil other Democraticprin-ciples- , with so many of their votes, bat when about double what It was In 1673, and should be returned to serve his peoWHAT WOULD HAPPEN. nearly nil the Democrats ol he sent that telegram to theSt. Louis that tho products of tho farm will purple. Ho has always been fouudat In chase more nrcewiarlea of this county wou'd vote the ticket. Convention requesting the withdraw 1873, our f rvo silver friends life than to vt 111 have liis post of duty, and especially ought Dr. Miles Medical Company But the principles that the Democrat- al of his name he meant that he could hunt hnrder for tiu linrtl flmM eim. he get a good vote in Ohio county for Would Cancol Contracts. ic party has been advocating for one not accept the nomination IT- tj nl ' plained of. They can't charge It to a Rough the interest he took in getting hundred years have been ignored by the same mind now. Dalic ton Neiwa. We have received a letter from Ho ttands River navigable. the Iree silver element in that Party. "I seethat sotueof the Populists are Movament. Tba representing his people as they have the Dr. Miles Medical Co , of Elks As a result ol all this, many of the untess Mr. Drjnn acTho stives- - bivr sliould not delude before, ever bait, Ind., in regard to the financial most ptominent Democrats in this declaring that nover beeu represented with tho idea that tho only enemy cepts their nomination by Aug 5 the watchful of their interests and has no situation, which shows what would county have denounced the Chicago he lias to combat Is the goldbug. Theiro happen should the free silver craze Platlorm as undemocratic, and boldly Central Committee will withdraw his are others. Tho copper bug bi abroad in equal in the entire District. name and nominate some one else in carry this fall. The letter is us folproclaim that they cannot and will his place. Well, let them do so. Mr. tho land. Ills arguments are finding fixed lodgment in the minds of many The "crown of thorns" and "cross lows: not support Mr. Bryan. Some state Rryan having been the nominee of who have rejected the goldbug and the Hlkhaut, Au. i, '96 of gold" portion of candidate Bryan's they will support Mr McKinley, the Democrats and ol theSilver party, Bllver bug. Every argument advanced To protect ouselves Gr.NTi.RMEN speech, it seems was copied from a for free silver applies with greater while others will Insist on a sound common decency would at least sugforce to free copper. Tlie i Mow "s mltu speech made by Mr. McCall iu Con- in time of panic and financial dis- money Democratic ticket a most gest the propriety ol his accepting v. as copper. The money of the poor Is Candidate Bryan's crowd, as tress which we regard as Inevitable significant fetture ol this bolt in the gress. copper. It has been coined Into money those nominations first. well as himself, aro not at all back- ii the unexpected should happen in Democratic party is the character of We all know that we are going to by nearly all tho nations of tlio earth They have stolen November We have decided to add these mm who rtfu.ee to support have either llryuti and Sewall or Mc for a thouMuid years. If the go'rn-men- t ward in stealing. following condition to all conwltli It Htninp can make S3 cents' Bryan. They are the leading men the Populist platlorm, aud will event- the tracts made for newspaper advertis- not only in their party, but also In Kinley and Hobart The best men worth ot idht-- r worth a full dollar, It ually swallow the whole Populist and most intelligent ol the Populist can make three cents' worth qf copper ing: the county. Among these men ate party will vote for Bryan and Sewall. worth one dollar. If tho hlhcr Tho Democratic party has party. "It is also agreed that should the Mr. W. J Dean Jr., ol Glendean, who dollar will bring prosperity nnd give alway been knowu as a party that That sectiott of the Peoples party that money to all the people, the threocent Free Silver Candidate Bryan be electranks among the leading business is actuated by patriotism will vote for coper dollar will bring thane hlcMtings could adopt itself to any and all cired, the Dr. Miles Medical Co. have men ol the county; lion. w. k. free silver, and when they find that In greater measure. If tlra debtor can They will crowd the the privilege of cancelling this concumstances. Barnes an able lawyer and once the Populist party, which was organsue 47 ccnta on ever' dollar under free anPopulist from their platlorm, and tract." Chairman ol the Democratic county ized to bring about free silver, and silver, ho can novo 07 centouecry dolthat they nounce with complacency lar by paying with a three cent copper Prom this date contracts without committee; Mr. B. P. Beard, President which they joined with that object in dollar. Tho copper bug certainly luuta always advocated such measures as this clause will not be accepted. of the Bank of Hardinsburg, and who view, Is forsaking its mission they better scheme tlmn the silver bug. It are set lorth in tho Populist platform. Resp'y, was a delegate Irotn this district to will come back to the Democratic pan the arguments of the silver bug are The Populists are being humbugged, Dn. Mn.rs Medical Co sound, those of the copper bug are the Democratic National Convention ty- sounder. But lot us suspend judgbut they have not as yet discovered nt Chicago in 1692; Mr. A. B Skill-ma- n I found, while at St. Louis, that ment, brethren, until we hear front the Arn You Tlri'il it. Cashier of the Breckeuridge the Populists ol the North and West man with tho leather dollar. Chicago All the time? This condition is a Cloveiport nnd a number of were generally broad minded and patHeiie are Borne interesting figures: sure indication that you blood is not Bank at other prominent gentlemen whose In- riotic men. There were some ol the Why Not Dollar r In 1889 when Mr. Hurrison became rich and nourishing as it ought to be fluence is grrnt. These mea cannot same sort among the representatives Wo nil know that tills country can President tho public debt of tho Unit- nnd as it may be if you will take a support Mr Itryan. y It is said that from the South, but as a general rule Mistnln a limited amount of silver In few bottles of the great blood purifier. ed States was 8820,853,990.00. at a ratio of sixteen to one, Thousands at the battle ol Wuterloo, Lord Well- the Southern delegates were not n Hood's Sarsnparilla. it loalreiuV'dolnglt. Hut If It con 1892 the last year ol his administrawiile that Hood's Sarsnp.trilh has ington said to one of hh officers: creditable class. They practically Mistaln an milimttt-i- amount coined ut tion tho public debt ol tho United hageol the Kngllsh army admitted while iu St. I.obis that they the same ratio, u hy can itiiotHUMtaln It 'The hemoti These cured them ol that tited feeling by is terrible; would Gjd that Bleucher States was 8585,029,330.00. were out lor nothing but spoil. They nt a ratio ot three to one? In other giving them rich, red blood. Harris-oil'- s llguies show that during Mr. one night would rome." So it is said that there was 'nothing in it' ,wonls, why am it not strike from our ten cent pteco the Inscription "ono Hood's Pills act easily and prompt- with the Democratic party. Her administration the public debt ol for them to indorse the Democratic dime" nnd make) it "one dollar?" If ly on the liver nnd bowels. Cure Best men arc tepudiatingthe Chicago tho country was reduced 8244,824,-fiOO.Onominees, and this same spirit will this tie practicublc? and it we ma to me that tho one Is an practicable as tho plotrorm and the candidates who probably dominate, their actions in Under Mr. Cleveland's ad- sick headache. I stand 111 it. It can be said that the the future. They will do all that other ii nottothe proposition of unlimministration the public debt has inono an extravagant and ited sixteen Ml Vl.l.llllt'N. hemorthage of the Democratic party Thereloro creased 82G2,000,000 00. waste, of tlie, most valuable The rain Saturday afternoon wai is fatal; it is draining her lite blood. they can to harrass the Democracy which tlie woild has ever tho American people us a result ol an advantage to the the and create contusion, and in the end crop). While greatknown? ItaienrHthat their inglorious Democratic adminis- the wind nnd lijttning did considera- Night the night of defeat and disa- they will do just ns they are dolug er possibilities open totheroare the steris surely awaiting Bryunnnd the now in Alabama, (use with the Re of the white mctiil than even ndvocatea tration will have two hundred and six ble dimage in other localities we es tliey have vicious principles he represents. as yet conceited. T. P. Rice. tyitwo millions to pay iu the way ol in- caped A barn belonging to Ben Meanwhile McKinley Is marching on publicans and vote lor McKinley. . Other financreased indebtedness. Drake wasdestroyed bylightningkill-in- g to victory. Bryan nnd his anarchis- They will go with the negroes, where llrarnaa Not tha OoaL they belong. menTlie sliver men give, away their case cial losses are too numerous to three horsesand badly injuring an tic may lurk and bite at "I do not know just what Tom when they tmy that free coinage will tion. other, two ol which belonged to Mr "Increase, prices." Tlio ono universal They can do no more. Watson's attitude Is," continued heels his Sam Bilbro, Point Theloss Proudly and triuniplnlly Mr. McKln-l- y human Interest Is clieapnetx. Tlio Ideal "but I received n telegram condition would lie one w herein all houest money Democrats of will be considerable n the most of Tin: will go on to Wrtory and tinder the some days ngo Irom Claik Howell, things were produced without Kentucky havo called lor masj meet. his hay, gmin nnd farming iiuple-ing- s benignant inflience nt a Republican ' saying that Watson was ralring a any cost utull. lltcry ndtiuico toward were burned to bo held in every county in uients admiiiihtration, our many and varied Uuit coi.dltlon- - that Is to my, cveay Mrs. Bertie Ashby died ut the home industries, now closed down, will good deal of a fuss nnd declaring that chcuiH ulng of tin' liei'Cwsiii'leHof life Id Kentucky on August 15 for tho pur- Sewall was the a the withdrawal ol Mr. . nl " ranfo Inut utufl nunI 111 ef i"rtt1 11 iiut fa !n for everybody, On tho nose nt sclectinc ueicgaies to tueir "' liar r",v"""'" ..v.. ..v.,...., v. v.. again spiing forth with renewed vigfirst step that must be taken to obother am', vci) Ii eioiusu In the prloo Her remains were Interr Conventiou to6cnd deleiiates to bu"1Uoii Stale or, and piofrperlty will again shed tain fusion." of tin- - n nm irViiof life Is a direct and burying grounds, In( ' V ioplo. tho Nationul Convention which meets ed in the abroad ovei our hnd her gracious by Kev. T. M. after luneml in IudiauapilU the first otSjptoinbjr. beams iet thobb rdrmers who lielicte 7ir-- i flint ulThniika. Mortoti will cai.o the pike of farm HKAVRIt DAM, AUJ. I, I silver Tuese meetings art) callol by the old ' McfCtsr.riv and Hoiivht and f.mv Miss Clara Pord, Cvnteitowu, reprodunts to advance usU tlwmtolves this We take this oppottunlty of time Democrats, who rcluso togiiu'o turned home Sunday niter n wetk's simple questions Will free silver causo is: Ut tliH be the battle cry ol Reour sincere and heartfelt wheat to advance, to one dollar a bushel, the 1'opulist party and support a Pop. stay with her brother, T. J Potd, publicans. Ttie Campaign Commits a bushel, nnd not or corn to 30 u'ist lor President. It represents tho whose wl e has been sick, with remit- tee ol the State has been appointed, cnuwj a ttUttollur suit of clothes toad- iiitrtlligeuco of tho Djmocratic pirty ting fever Kentucky must uam lor mcir hiduuui buuwii us Touco to CU, or a nnd the light is on, hat to two saddest aud seveiest trial und U c tiled for tho purpim ol dollaraV Can It bo itoaalblii that nny In ranks. The during the be kept lu the Rep'tbll'-aMm. Ami Kois in quite sick. ol our life, the Illness aud death o( telligent furmer believes free sllvervvUl Much intheir organization, Iree hllver idea, it is true is abroad Miss Gertie Reel teturned our little baby. So long as memories advauce the price of the products of terest id being liikou in iho inuitor. Sunday after visit to Miss Miml in the land aud reems to be carrying of tho mat remain In our minds, will i his labor and not the IU lee of the rirod- Large number ol Denmcrulx throuuh-ou- t Bennett, Point Pleasant everythirg before it. In reality howu ,0'0,lu'r men''' biWv-ilenir- bon wegteatfttlly remember your I ind. tho Statu aud Nation Imvoielu.el (Ky.) ever It Is alt sound and lury signifySeveinl (Volutins neisrhlnrlinil atChicago Praying to support Bryan nnd tho ness nnd labors of love ing othlng. The American people tended the Institute lust week. All Kluilt of Jlrtv4on. platfoiin. ' reNot only doea every consideration of as to that the Lord who alone can in t bcrelt ot rea-ot- t will teich our aie not yet solar Mr. Clinton ward you. J N and Iin Uki'.ns honor aud patriotism command iih to embrace such nil idea as the free and school; this being the fourth I atnnd for Kound currency, but cumild-- I coinage ol Mlver at the I in succession he has taught in f'ls unlimited LUKlS VrHLKt AU lljt Alio. eratlous of expetlleuey ua well. Tbera Dm I Uett I'uusli Sirup. Tuim Is n probable presidency Iu notind curratio ol 16 to 1 There is no need tor district, which speaks well lor him la uaie. poia br druiuri.u rency. There Is nor.rtigbut dUusterlu M I, Rfpubl cans to be nlarmcd nt the free ajlver. Utleu Observer. to-da- j por capita In circulation all kinds of money. "There la in cliculatlou In the United Suites $24 per capita, or $10.30 more per capita than any free sllvor country on earth. y "Wo havo ruotv In circulation thnn cier and more per capita thnn any free nllvcr country on carUi. "Our dollar will buy more ufrar, coffee, ilour, roeol, incnt, medicine, hardware and clothing than In 1673. "A iinrrel of corn, a bushel of wheat or 100 pounds of tobacco w 111 buy nearly doublo a much of tho article that farmers consume as the same kind of com, wheat or tobacco would buy In "Tluro la not a free nller country on eurth that has as much oh flio dollars ulflijflf f w mmmm Stitl3T!i .i -- 6wensboro" Kv.' " ' vra me "' .'.' " 1W fiere is Yocir WSSXSKSSmtm Mm rTii iTiTMili ifrv r- -r 1 J To have your P'ottm taken m Uqli (haneel prices not an Excuse. Green a River H. O. SCHROETER, the Profssional la now at tlnrttordvrUhhla Floating 3tudto. Photographer day or nielli; view ot residencei or any out door object, I'rico of Ibo standard size (Jatnin-t.'- . $1 pur hull d xeu; f I "") per dozen. Little Queen (half tiro cabinc') SI per dnzpu. One and all aro invited to call at mv atuili aud bcu my work II. O. SUHKQBTKIL i not to Mo lor the vcrv HB Allcleuuiillv fuiipcd Dailies up. bet work, guaranteed nny parlor or kiiei lusiilo, Irom ANi j,tjiiij muile in room, one-four-th I I -- u C.u.itoo.N, Kv., June 28, 180(1. To Whom it mav Ciixciiits: Wtv luko plenturo in tccomtuemJinstto your fuvor Mr. H, O. Schroetcr, the Photographer, who is not only a firit clam artist, but it uentlumaii of the liinliedt order. He has been auocltted with tho people ol La boon fur over two yearn and wo .ill regret very much to imve turn leave tiopiiu; you will extend turn the "lintid of fellowthip, wo are, Okm. F. Svvint, BditorCalhoou Btir. Kepertfulv your, " to-d- FrM-Copp- him-Ke- if Take ndvantajjeol our low rate and lilililiis Itttfr. We will .send Tint KlU'UMUC ANnml Bet your favorite county paper from either ol the following n until mci now- until Nov. 35. for i.s cents ciuu tor one j car for the amount opposite in advance. a each name. Look over tlie list and Whenever a drtij;t;Ut tells ypu h see nh.it jou need nnd xiie u a oil: lias soinethlni.' justascixxl lorcouyhi, Daily aud .Sun Courur Journal $3 25 crip, etc., as I)r Bell's riueTarlfon ' without Sumtny " . . , 6 3$ ey don't you believe it, for we gtjar-an- te that it is not true. We make ley Globe Democrat 75 the genuine aud authorize all drug Wtekly Coiittct-lotmi. . . . 75 gists to pttarantee it. The If. U. . . Iiiii.sville Comuieri-i.i- l . . 15 Siitberlaud Co., I'aducah, Ky. N Y. Tribune I'or atle liyZ Wayne RrtOiti AcBro., 15 N.Y. World thriren.vvtek 65 dniKK'ii't.nnd Ken I row Ilros. Narrows. Ky. Chicago Inlet CKcan Semi-Week 1 1 1 1 al ... 1 1 4.1 I 'aim Home 25 We would lie .'hid to feud vow amy ol the above named impels. Th.a ofTer is coo.1 lor new Mibscultit. and old ones vvbop.iy otic ear in advance 1 I.onla l.iiilalllc.llrnlrraoii 4r Nluna '"' I.Urrl lit i Itemeuibcr bullintun hluve you a good ens Irvington . I.Siephctiport will (;ivc I. Cloverpott T. Wet bound I. l.ouisvil'e I, Uiuiideiihuri; No. 41. J daily I. . No; 4 J. Ban-- ) dally 1 . . 7 55 . . 9 12 . a iu 6 9 49 . . to 28 . . . 12 15 t 15 . 7 55, 8 id jqptu 858 944 nt ped Hands, Cllllblaliia, Con.and all ij Skin Kruptlons, and coin Piles, or no pay required. It t gn tr to pive perleet AJtiNlrfeuion or antted 1'iicc 2$ cent-- , jet uiotey relumlcd. J5AI.U IIY Wtlluu & box. t).-itivc- Tim Iii:.st Sai.vi'. tn the win Id lor litst liound Cuts, Utilises, Soles, Ulccts, Salt Kheuiti, Fever Soict, Tiller, av.li.ip. I, HetintrHiu I. OrtenMuun I. Iluwcvillc I. Cloverpott Bucklon's Arnlcn Snlvo. I. Il.iwesville , I. Oveii.boro . Ar Henderson . . . . .1047 Dell t 9 50 517 I. . . 11 5 35 I, Iivington . . . 10 jt 6 16 I, llraudonluirg . it 18 639 Ar IiuUville . . 12 45 p in 8 00 11 ... ... in Stephenport . . 8 25 9 25 p 1111048 I! 55 No 42. No. 44 dally dally . 7 20 u tu 3 55 ptu n j 918 355 4 53 TlmcH-IIerol- Tan-Ce- cur-lenc- l s coin-rundl- Iv W. Pntilty, prominent .lawyei ol l'.iducah, Ky., shjm that Dr, ,uU' 1'meiT.ir Honey cured hia children of pFollow tha I.tara of iullftar n whooping cotii-when all thiugB eltt Utanva. t.u'vil It'a a new In declarlntr for tlie flee coluuire ol Guarantee by all remedy lorcoujhi. I Fqr Ml dealers. silver indeiiendently of all oilier eoun- by 7. Wnjte Onflin tries the Clilcgfro LOiiviutloii In elTcct and Itentrovv Iltoa., ft liro., druejlat Nartowal Kjr. doclared for a dlnVicnt uiul lower ,raonoy atamkird tlmn Unit lined by tlie I'oh S.M.K. At u barjrnln a Scholgreat commercial putloim with vvlileh we trado. Trude and coinmi'iee follow arship in the Lexington nualneaa ,tho lines of leant monetary ien!stanco, Co'lege. Apply nt this office. ' and out of totul niTfb.u:(llse Importi and cxporU kit of $1,S30,S'JS,13C I'rnxilinl, only $IC.'I,S93,S37 waa from alnglo silver j I'ltP.l!- - 64 page medical relerenc KtiiDiuvrU eountrlr- - Itwa than 11 per book to any tierson afllicted with any cent. Ispicitl, chronic or delicate disease liven in our Routli. American trade, peculiar to their sex. Addresa ibout willed no mueli bos been Raid, ieai ing physicians and surgeonstbt out of n totAI of $145,003,033 only 0 per the United States, Dr. Hathaway of cent, $8,0Q1,83.'I, vvua wltli silver stand. Co , 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. & urd countries, vvblla 72 jwr cent, r. 43 won with single gold Htuudiird countrlM, and $31,483,338 una wllk'bl- motiullo oountrleu. I'raetleully siiealtlng, all bimetallic eountrlem aro on u gold Iiob their lernl titbit to line oae ot dt booki 0 taaia di. a.Ua.( OUR TRADE IHTSJIESTS lat - I jiir $103,-2170- Let Kurojiofcerve us the example. While inucn less man nan 01 iifl population liua the bIdrIc gtild standard, tha follow Ing tabic shows our trndet SlZ , l. V.oT.15"w",?V.W Stf!S ' SifSSWS& If I Call on nullington, thebaiber. I I 1 1111 Portuital Sweden und .ui vwnj . DvOina'rk.. iTurkry .... UouniHiila eiimlo Gold. TllinetalHc innKland..,.t34i1.t0SI70l Germany ... jis.iw.v Italy J7.I14.Ml a,OJ(i,yj lAuaina ., Notice: fJaKrVaHtfi! i.tii.m 7.1U.CM 1S.S30 ' 1 J.W0.1M Greece .. J,1W,35 All other T.MoJ Hwltxcrl Braln .. TJcliilum '': Sli 'V U.I1I subscription is not l)ai1' Plcftsc send in your 1 liy 1 Total ....t2MI,SJJ.7ll Total Ituaala. slnala illvcr standard. i9.C33.ttt. To classify by atnndords, tho total elgn comrrVere of the United Statea will,"".1' BiirprUo many. Rflvhf Gold lllmclnlllc Kurope .,.43,717.(3) S:Sf:ll! ll.lkj.l fl. Amerlra tuS,ltr.M4 N. America Oceantcft . ?.m """t lllf:l linA subscriptions amount lYlllfll tho money at onco. Ono subscription is or.c-doll.- ir Wstlndl's Asia. Africa..., lt.Cll.Ut Ii.ia5.4t4 UCJt.ctX tiW.JOU l.tMMi 10,tM01 VZ.v71.TII to n grcnt deal. W.W1. .411 Mt.Tll uniti-ttiitiii- !!. ig ho-ti- 3"otU...SSI,lH7,U I4ii.sti.072 VnclaaalUed, lz.Ul,7GC. itu.isicn ' 11 1 IsU-hnr- Children Cry for Pltoher'g Caitorla. Our trade arid commerce aro not only on "a gold bunla," but are on "a single gold sdindurd." To adopt sliver monometallism, which Independent free coinage would sutcly proiluee hero as It has everywhere else, would bo to permit Europe to fix tho prleo of our surplus products on a gold basis, while It could pay tin In our own legal tender silver dollar coined freely out cents' worth of bullion. Is this busluess? Field & Holbrook Imv their the car load direct Irom the manufactory paying cash. Hence the low prices. Bies by f,. r ' of3 couch, lung and bronchial remedy that has been olTered.to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bra., druggist, and Keiifrow Proa., Norrowa, Ky, Oood Old Granny Metcall, 86 yean old, living al 618 Monroe street, Ky,, says that Dr. BelPa Pine Tar Honey Is the best grip cure, m ii i ii,i iilMaamiWMi nil iinanfc ,i, . II CAN'T COMPUIN! - .Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. Wr. II. Wkttsti'in, n enterprising citizen of llyron, 111., writes: "Before I paid much utten. Hon to regulating tho bowels, I hardly knew n well day; but since 1 learned tho evil results of constipation, m "" H and tho cfTlcucy of well-know- CM 0 CIRCUIT COUNT. Neur undersold -- Pair Bros &Co. KILLED BY ATRAIN. Awarded Civil Dockot August Term, 1000. l'll'TIl HAY 1'niDAY, AUflUST J. R. A. Cuodail, Ac , vs W. G. Tilford, &e 3612 Thos Andrews vs Singer M'l'g Co. 3620 Henry Grccr vs. . L. Miller. 3I22 PA llonilovs J. W.A. Mjers. 2559 Cynlln A Wauleii vs W. B. Pulkerson, &c. SIXTH DAY FATUHDAY, AUGUST 8. 340S A. O. nildgesvs. W. W.Austin. 3523 J P Stevens, vs. John Robeit- son, &c. 3G2G B. P. Cook vs. L. T. Barnard. 3628 J W. Stevens vs. Same. 36-- School otdets taken nt Pair Bros & Co's. Hon. N. T. Howard, Motgintown, if in town Highest Honors World' Pair. Jasper Maddox Loses His Life. I.nt Sunday evening Jmper Mad hilo sonio merchants uro oomplaing t iyul discussing IIAItD TIMES, politics, etc., j ft () fur Mens lilh cut Plow Shoes nt Pair Bros, & Co's Lost.--- A door key, finder will phase leave It nt this office, Mr. J M. Cnsebler continues very sick with little signs of Improvement. Dr I. E. Pendleton is still quite sick. Alnin.t nil ol his family is nt his bedside Arc having a good trade, and in order to make it better tlioy have put their lino of summer goods "FAIR BROS. & CO. COST AYER'S mis, I lmvo not had did not readily lo!d to this previremedy. My wlfo had ous to our marriage, an Invalid for years. SI10 had 11 prejudice against cathartics, but as roon as she began to uso Ayer's Pills her health was that isrs ono day's sickness for over thirty years not ono nttack Ix-e- Miss Lilly Thottns guve n dillght-fil- l pirty to her oung friends Inst nijht tit her home on Washington dox and Sindlord Caldwell went from McIIenry to Rock pott onn hand car. Alter staying some time they started hick home, but were overtaken nt the Southard cut below McIIenry by the rast bound passenger train nnd Mnddox was crushed to deith under the wheels. Caldwell barely escaped with his Hie. Maddux leaves n wife nnd several child ten li w CREAM KAhING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A sttcet. JalUr Jno, W. Black is very low with tjpltold flux. He was thought to be soiuewhut better late yesterday S iVKNTII DAY MONDAY, AUGUST 10. Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Rend below the bargains: Zelpluy Ginghams -- Dress Styles Gingham Stripe l'iitues Stripe Batiste Plain and I'oncy Organdies Terslan l'trcals l'luln and FIRured Swisses White Duck Grass Linen 7c woith 8c 6c wot th 70 M wotth '5C 7C worth 10c 8c worth 10c worth Sc worth restored." AVER'S Cathartic Pills Xed&l and Diploma To 3G28 1. O. Renfrew vs. L. T Barnard 3G32 Pordsvllle Block Coal Co , vs. Mrs E. W Pord and little daughtJ P Motion & Co., vs Ohio er, Nannie Ellen, nre visiting the Co. Pitc.il Coutt. family nl Col. W. II. Moore, Sulphur 3G38 Geo Cheek vs. John Johnson. 3635 EIGHTH DAV TUJUDAY, AUGUST II. 2G39 J, I. Harder Adm'r vs. Loo John Julitifon. ecning. Sptings. at World's Fair. Rtttori Streagth, tilt Ajtr't Sarup irlli tajic Mr. L. C. Duke, Eddyville, is In town. New nobby Clothing ut Fnlr Bios & Co's. 20 yaids ol Shitting Broi. & Co's. i,'c 2yt istfc soc ioc worth $1.00 at 1'alr Goods Udides Muslin Draweis, Skirts and Gowns Udles Vest Udels Vest Woven Corsets Men Sweaters Ladles Shlit Waist Men Shirts i ... 2' wo,t Plenty Campaign Bros. & Co's. G.mxI 5c to $1.25 ,oc wo,lh soc aocworth 25c - at Pair Soc worth 75 woith 50c 50c worth $1 5C 50c & Goc woith $1 Pans and Parasols at low prices. ri,S an goo Idiivers at Field it Holbrook's. Big line ol Shirts(recelved to day at Pair Uros. & Co's. Buggies nt cheap as the cheapest nt Field & Holbrook's. St 00 for n ljdies line button Shoe at Pair Bros & Co's 1 Pield & Holbrook defy nil competition in the bujgy line We are determined to carry less over this season than ever before, so these goods must go a-- As Remember Bulllngton cm give you the vcrybest in the tonsorlal line. Col. W.H.Moorc, Sulphur Springs, was in town the first ol the week. Advertised Attorney J. P. Gordon, Madison vllle, is attending court this week. Mrs. Jo Mulhall, Louisville, is visiting her lathei'a lamily this week. Miss Ella Castlen, Evansville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. J. Williams. Pield & lljlorook are selling Buggies, harness, M core's lipJusters and wliipF. Mr. and Mis. 15. P. Neal spent a few days last week with relatives at As our fall line is now coming in. When in Hartford Call on us and we will show you a line of goods excellent in quality, low Truly, in prices. UTa-in- : H a r tf Picutis. Mr. G. T. Wcslei field has. purchased the Brandon property aud has moved Into same. Mr. Ben D. KIngo. of the Park City Times, Bowling Green, has been in town this week. to Sheriff lCcown and his deputies are hustling for taxes. See list of land sales in this issue Euros- - z Co. C 00 to "C" 'ord, Ky. (Republican Supplement ) JAILOR BLACK DEAJ)- - Mrs, A, C. Ellis, who has been ,tc for the spending some time in Denver, Col., Congress arrived home yesterday. c i h P 9 Passed Away at 6:30 This Morning. A I' (.. Good Man has Jolnod tho Sllont Majority. tf sr . W. ar Mr. no. W Illack had been sick for onjy n few days when the grim hand ol death laid hold of him and he was called to his reward above. In the death of Mr. Black Ohio county loses one of her best citizens and officials. He was elected Jailor in 1894, which office he was fillinp to the satisfaction of everybody at the time of his death. He served in the Union Army and was 52 years of age at his death. He leaves a wile nnd 8 children to mourn his loss No man in Ohio county stood better than Jno W. Black and many hearts "vill be made sad by this an. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Rted. of Owens-borwere the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. B. Victors this week. 2 p. tJI. Jo 3 2 p. m. Mis Annie McGill and Mr. Bert 2 p. m. Dugan, Oweusboro, nre visiting relaujj. 14 3 tives and Itiends in town. Sirs. T. B Chandler, I,uulsville, i visiting the family ol Rev. the cd' has been f town. J. S. Chandler this week. rial Miss Beulah Coots was in Hartford At II you are needing a nice II. M. T. Monday evening. Attye. jets could buggy call and price at Pield & (of much Holbrook before jon buy. You need Hood's Sarsaparilla to me. The is tigeut for the enrich nnd purifiy your blood, create Lyman Williams ,ct editors Hopkinsvllle Steam Laundry and an nppctite, nnd give sweet, refresh3iey have Save your laundry for ing sleep. Dye Works. 2 at 10 2 p III. p.m. Esqr. W. P. Render, of Point Pleasant, has been in town this week Phillips, (Sec. Ira Pulkerson vs. J. T. Rone &c. attending court. He reports crops looking well in his part of the counCOURT TRIALS. ty. WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 12. NINTH DAY Mrs, Silllejohnson, of Louisville, 3G45 R. C Yohatu, &c, vs. Matthew who has been visiting F. W. Pirtle Shultz, &c. nnd family left for Spring Lick to day 364G J. H Scott vs. Clay Taylor. to spend a few days before returning G. B. LiKitNB, Clerk. to her home. "Mamma, was that a sugar-pluyou just gave me?" asked little MaRev. Jo. B. Rogers will pteach at bel. "No, deir, it was one of Dr. Huff's Creek Church on the 5th SunAjer's Pills." 'Please, may I have day In August nt 11 o'clock a.m., another?" "Net now, dear; one of nhd the Saturday proceeding at 4 P. those nice pills is all you need nt ra. Everybody Invited. present, because every dose is effeCircuit Couit has been in session ctive." this week, A large number ol cases have been laid over tilt next court, BEAVER DAM. and a gteat many have been ttied. The weather has been extremely waim Rev. Chandler, Hartford, filled his on the court officials and the Juryregular nppolntment here Sunday. men. He and Rev. Pallin are conducting a Mr. Henry Schroader died at his series of meetings bete. A large crowd of young folks spent home near Horton Monday morning Sunday at Sulphur Springs. They of heart trouble. He was an old and all report a good time and feel doubly highly respected citizen and will be paid lor their trip by hearing Rev. greatly missed in bis community. Beauchainp's lectures. The remains were interred in the Prof E R. Ray, wife and daughter, Bethel burying grounds Tuesday. little Elizabeth, spent a few days visHartfoid and Beaver Dam kid base iting near Sulphur Springs last week. a game at the Fair of Mr. Perry Wester-fiel- d ball teams, played The infant of Grounds last Saturday, which resultdied Priday night. The rescore of 27 to iG in favor of mains were interred in Rochester ed in a The game was tha Hartford boys. cemetety. a Miss Bessie F, Nave, Louisville, quite interesting, and large number were in attendance. arrived at this city Tuesday where she of spectators will spend several weeks with relaDr. E. N. Kirkpatlck, Alto Pass, tives and her racny friends. 111 , passed through town Tuesday. Miss Eva South, Bowling Green, is He is out on a vacation and has been visiting Mrs. Daw Taylor. traveling through Tennessee and Miss Annie Westerfield, Rochester, Kentucky for several weeks. He reis visiting her brother, Mr. Perry ports politics nil the talk in his travWesterfield and family. el, but that the free silver craze is The Misses Sowders have returned fast dying out. from the Ellendalc Pair. Miss Sara Col. S. R. Dent, District Manager Collins, Hartford, stopped over with of the United States Life Insurance them lor a few days. The Livery Firm of Laylor& Wad- Co., has been in town this week in Col dle and the firm of Taylor & Co., the interest of his Company. Dent stands very high with his Com have consolldaded. The people ol Beaver Dam regret pany and they regard him as one of He will likely be to hear of the death ot Dr. Geo. M. their best agents. El wood, the manager of the K,ickapoo here several days. Indian Show. The Ohio County Teachers' InstiMiss Attye Austin and Bessie Nave tute closed last Friday evening after were in Hartford Tuesday evening. holding a very profitable and interestMrs. Shelby Taylor, Hartford, was Notwithstanding the ing session. in town Wednesday. extremely hot weather there was The dry goods firm of Hocker & much interest manilested by the teachCo. nre invoicing this week. By a vote of the was in Whites-vil- le ers in their work. Mrs Georgia Coots teachers the Institute will be held at last week. Beaver Dam next year. Mr. Fred Duniel, Louisville, is in tur Tiixph, By virtue f taxrs due the State of Kentucky nnd county tf Oltio tor the jenrs 1895 nnd 1896, I or one ol my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day 189G, of September, between the hours ol to o'clock a.tn and 4 o'clock p m. at the Con it House door in Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., expose for sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash in hand, the following lands (or so much thereof ns may br necessary to satisfy the amount ol the taxes due and costs) to wit.: J.tillll Mile 1 pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ft Irom Ammonia, Alum or any other tduttttai.t. JO YEARS THE STANDARD. a panT(T will follow The Passage of a Free Coinage Bill Says Bryan. And yot Somo of tho Pooplo uro Clnmorlng for Froo for year 1895. i Owner Arces Bishop, Thompson 63 1 Basham. Win. A. Bray, Win. 80 Bashamjoe D. 14 Boswell, Thos. II. 75 Cooper, Ed P. 90 Everly, Elizabeth 100 Ford Bros. 5 Pulkerson, Jacob W, 50 Pielden, Lewis 25 Farmer, Thos G. 17 Tax & costs . $4 30 . 4 35 6 45 . . . . . . . 4 25 . . . . 3 75 . . . . 380 . . . . 5 35 . . . 7 5" . . . 5 95 . . . . 5 20 . . . 4C5 . . . . 5 45 . . . , 480 . . . . 4 00 . . . . 480 . . . '3 35 . . Sliver. In a speech in Ackley, Ioun, a short time since, Mr. Br an delivered n lecture upon the free coinage of silA prominent merchant, Mr ver. Peasants, asked the lecturer this question: "Mr. Bryan, will the adoption of free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 cause a business depression and panic, as Secretary Carlisle and other great financiers predict?" Mr. Bryan answered promptly as follows: . . Guy, John M. 3 Galley, Agnes B. 50 Howard, Martha A. 172 Hamilton, Lucinda '75 120 Hunter, Jns. A. Likens, Ras, 20 . . Kuykendoll, Mary J. 225 2 . . , 4 90 tracts . . . 7 "Yes, in myopinion, it would have that tendency. But if a man is sick there is no use putting of! giving him 00 his medicine and letting him get- cause a panic. in a deplorable condition, and it will take extreme measures to restore it to a condition I tninlc of 16 . . . Matlock, Wra. Maddox, John 3 . . Perry, Martha 10 acres of land and 1 town lot Watson, Wade H. 198 . . . Young, Ezra 92 . . , 4 90 worse. it will .490 But the country is .385 . . 8 10 prosperity " Mr. Bryan holdsouta cheetful prostown lots. pect to the workingmen No. lots Tax & costs and their families, the struggling Owner . . . 2 40 farmers and the almost bankrupted Sullivan, R. B. I 1 . . . $G 45 merchant and manufacturers. Olaughlin, Btidget 1 . . . 4 20' Wallace, Mary F. He admits that free silver would FOR YBAR 1896. produce a panic, but thinks the reOwner Acres Tax & costs sult would be beneficial in the end. Burns, W. P. $3 05 Are the people ol the United States 32 . Earley, H. L. 120 . . . . 6 20 who have just gone through three half-starve- d 700 ... Eisler.Wm. Finch, W. L. Griffith.Cllnton Sr. 100 228 147 . Holbrook, Lewis 13 Hudson, Wm. T 86 Hunter, W. II. 70 Kissinger, J. W. 121 Lee, Jas. E. 3 tracts 207 Miles, C. F. 32 Rowan S. W. 33 Triplett, Robert 100 Thlxton, John Tnylor Bro's. Owner 154 600 No. lots compatriots? Are the men who will do the voting . next November ready to try anymore . experiments, when even Mr. Bryan . himself promises no relief except af. ter another panic? . That is the question that will be . discussed by many a fireside between Lexing. 45 50 now and the election day. Tax & costs ton Leader. - . 5 30 . . 12 25 . . . 5 20 - 4 15 . . . 7 20 . . . years of ruin and disaster willing to enter upon another awlul panic merely to gratify the whims of youthful Mr. Bryan and his populistic 3 5 . . 7 20 . . 12 70 . 3 5 . 565 . . 5 20 . . 6 20 TOWN LOTS. 1 . . . $6 15 Long. W. F. . . 2 Masterson, Pat 4 15 1 . . . 8 20 O'Laughlin, James A liberal reduction of costs will be madeonanyof above, if paid before day of sale, Aug. 7, '96 C.P.Keown, Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. When Bbjr wm tcV, ira giro her OutorU. When ih a Child, tba crleJ for Cutorlt. Dts-Ao- The following named persons have p lid their subscription to The since our last Issue: R, A. Byers, White Run; Thos. Allen, A.P. 7hra lbs becun Mix, lbs olung to CutoiU, WbeathsluulCMUrei shafaTttbtuOMtork. u This testimonial is unsolicited and for the benefit of humanity. My daughter has been subject to severe colds and croup and often taken with violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only preparation I have founn that will relieve her. I think it is as necessary in the house-hol- d as a life preserver on a steamboat. Res'y, B. L. JiIssiiL, Jan. 18,1895. 202 W.Bridge St., Louisville, Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griflln&Bro,, druggist, and Rentrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. .. NtiperlnlPiulriil'u Kxiinilnntlou. The following special appeared in the Louisville Times Saturday from Frankfort: The Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mr. Davidson, has notified the other members of the State Board of Education that a meeting will be held here on Monday, August 17, for the examination ol applicants for certificates of qualification to become County Superindendcnts of Schools. As there will be no other such examination held lor a year, it is expected that numerous candidates and candidates for County Superintendents v. ill be on hand. Itmiy b: that county examinations will I e ordered all over the State for the same day, but this matter has not b;en definitely decided upon.. pror-pecti- ve "very r, him. derived In-f- ganiz!tig that we Prof. A P. Taylor, who has been spending some time in Henderson, has been the guest of Mr.T. J.Morton this week. Leave your order lor Ice We will deliver Irom 5 to G. After that time we will not deliver. Car RON & Co. just, 1896, iensBuild- fsue a cer es ol run No. 607 m M rt I nounccment. Funeral arrangements have not been made yet. Judges L. P. Little, C. W. Massle, day C S Walker, and Attorneys J. W. tnd being Lytic, E. B Anderson, Owensboro, now de- - haye been attending couit this week. this 18th inwN. S3t r. Dec. "mend it to sttftering humanity as a valuable family medicine Duncan Phmman, Save our Inudry lor Lyman Williams. He tends it off Tuesday morning and receives it Thursday Don't have to wait a week for your laundry. The I oats on Green river have agreed to deliver freight for our merchants nt Ceralvo for 7icts per hundred. Thus you see tint Rough River will be ol great benefit to us. Ijint Mttiiri'ny' Nlurni. Reports from the lower cud ol the county are that the tonu last Saturday damaged the crops to n large ex. tent. Wm Brown lost Ills entire crop of tobacco nnd his other crops L. S. were considerably damaged, Smith lost fully half of his crop and several ol his outbuildings were Hugh Wilson and E S.Barnea The lost nearly nil ot their crop, wind seemed to be the hardest in the county between Ceralvo and McIIen ry. dam-age- rsaoys Second m a McIIenry, Ky. I have healed several scalds and burns very rapidly by the use of LI. quid Electricity. I think it the best healing remedy I ever used CiiBiSTiAN.Blacksmith, McIIenry, Ky. I have used Liquid Electricity lor cuts, cramps, colic, etc , and find It to be a rapid healer, and reliable rem. Mns. Anmr Duncan, edy. McIIenry, Ky. Summer Is the time that tries all the care of the mother and all the skill of Wiluau maternal management. comes from fat; fat Baby-comfort babies have nothing to do but to sleep and grow. If your baby does not seem I am authorized to appoint to prosper, if he does not gain and am prepared to furnish In weight, you must get more same with this wonderful remedy. fat there. A few drops of sub-agent- s; Correspondence solicited. D. S. DUNCAN, Gen. Agt , McIIenry, Ky. 51 8t t each day will put on plumpThe house and lot in Hartford property. ness; fat outside, life Irrlde, know os the A B. Balrd both happy. F ir terms apply to A. C. Ellis, Agent baby and.mother Your baby can take and relKy. 3 lor Df. A. B. Baird, Hartford, fur Ucut. SclUion lis A election for ascts, cash. ish Scott's Emulsion as much In summer as In any other Remember our campaign offer, Tint Rkptihican from now until ofter the season. by all ilruggUU at po. and For mIi As our'lriends, the lUrtfurd base ball club, have mbir.prVsented the ball game of July 30,1 will ink you to put this correction in your paper: The Pordsvllle ball club plnjed n game with the Hartford team on July 30th. The scorewas ij to 18 in fiwor We played 7 innings. of Fordsville We are now ready to play any team in the county fot $15 000 u side. SV. 4'rrTlln L. WmoiiT, Pordsvllle, Ky II. Shultz, Hartford; Warren TRYING TO DODGE. Mills, Beda; W. M. Bryant, Horton; Appeal la National C L. Woodward, Centertown; Win. Candidal Ilrymn Combs, Adaburg: J. W. Glasgow, In ilia Bpecoh which gained him the Hartford; L. Worth Tichenor, Point democratic nomination for president Hnrtlord was baptized in the silver Pleasaut; J. M. Sanderfur, Horton; Hon. W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, said, In river of oratory when the four Demo- Mrs. Isabelle Morgan, Maxwell. reference to what he termea "me great pnrnmountlasue:" "My frlends.wo shall cratic candidates for Congress spoke declare that this nation la able to legut the Court House last Monday, The A stimulant is often needed to islate for Ita own people on every quesopened by W. II. Sweespeaking was nourish and strengthen the roots and tion without waiting for the sid or ney, followed by D. R. Murray, D.H. to keep the hair a natural color. consent ot any other nation on earth, It was Hall's Hair Renewer is the best tonic and upon that issue we expect to carry Smith and II. H. Smith. every alnglestatolathlaunlon." Circuit Court day and a large number for the hair. If this means anything It mean" that people wercin town. There speech-e- s of the "paramount Issue" on which the were about all of the same order as sllvcrlte campaign is to b fought la but the not frco silver atslxteen they were all in the same political question whether tide country is able boat and all after the same empty to legislate for Ita own people. On thU We have warned these genhonor. issue there can be no dispute. Of course tlemen to let this nomination alone tho United States can legislate without the aid or consent of any other country. it is loaded. No advocate of sound money will for a moment deny Mr. Bryan's assertion, rrnlrrniil .Vulva, K. r I. nor haa anyone ever done so. If conRough River No. 1 10 has just ad gress choosea to pass a law that the ded considerable pirapherm.Ha to her tldea shall never rise moms than four feet along any part of oiw seacoaat, it already elegant outfit. She can be his a perfeot right to do so. If the depended upon to keep up with the United States wishes to enact legislatimes. tion forblddjng tho Russian thistle to grow, It is able to do so without the Some grand work was done In m consent of any other nation. If Second Rank ut lust convention of chooses o fix the price of sugar llr. MIwcmmI itrad. Rough River no. at four oenta per pound, it can leglaluto News reached Hartford last Wednesto that effect without any aid from Rough River received three peti- day that Dr. G M. Ell wood was dead. hated British or Frenchman. Thoro U tions lor membership at her meeting It has only been a few weeks since he no doubt about our ability to legislate last Tuesday night. on every question without asking any was here with the Kickapoo MediWork m Thlid Rank next Tuesday cine Co , and was in good health body's consent. laws But if night. The presence of the full team Ills Company was at Whitesville and will they congress passes foolish la the have any effect? That is desired. Visitors are invited to be he was taken suddeuly ill and died real Imue. Can ihe price of such a compresent and see how Rough River in a short time thereafter. During modity as sugar be fixed by our laws? Equally Impossible Certainly not. does her work. in Hartford he made many would It be to fix the price ot silver at his stay Rough River Lodge noK. of P. friends who will regret to hear ol his sixteen to one of gold. No believer in eound money thinks or says that wo units' at Cnstle Hall every Tuesday death. cannot pass a free and unllmittsl six, ..w. n,n ... ,,..., Vialtnra .... nluruva tvplrviniA .....,, ... , ..li.ltt teen io ono coinage law. They do say, Visit US. and all tho experience of mankind prove that they are right, that under . ATrallmouUI. auch a law thle country caauiot alono maintain the value of sliver at the presWe consider" Wllmore's New Analent ratio. ytical Reference Bible" the best we Mr. Bryan's attempt to run away have ever seen, and take pleasure in from the question an to our ability to recommending it to all. No one can raise tha value of all the world's silver without tho agreement (not consent, as afford to do the work necessary in he Matea It) of the great commercial naother "Bibles" fot the money this tions shows the weakness of the silver cost. Each of us have bought book caiwe. Confusing the ability to legisa copy of this grand book, Tais book late, which nobody denies, with the ability to control values by legislation is now being sold by Mr. J. W, Glasmay do for a stump speech. It wilt not gow in Ohio county. decelvo the American people, who know P MtjnTON, T. L, Grii'pin, Jno. well enough that our laws cannot fix D, M. IIOCKKR. J. R. 1'lRTUt, the value of silver or of any other tabor ' Sam A, Andimson. . product. King, Z NOTICE: If your subscription is r.ot paid, please send in tho money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deal. CURED AT 73 YEARS. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Vlctoriora. No other medlclnocan showtuch u record, Hore is a veritable patriarch. 73 jean ct age, with stroag prejudice toovercome, whe Heart LXscaatlivcart. He took the Mew Heart euro and is now sound and well. cou-pre- SAHDU. O. 8TOMB. Notice! ion is not paid, please send in tho money at once. Ono subscrip tion is not much, but subscriptions 1,600 amount to a great If your subscript Onus Lake. Mich. Dec 28. troubled with heart disease se I Tears or more. Moatot tho time out alone, bad It was not aafe for mo to (to as dlur spoils would cause falling;. I bad aavero palpitation, shortness of bream ana sudden pafns tbat rendered ma helpless. All physicians did for ma was to advlto keeping quiet. la August last 1 cominencod taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, tuifM t hmA DnlaViMl th flft.t hottlS I I have found tbo medicine was a god-tennie giving my testimony to the Brest cure your valuable remedy has wrought lu me. 1 do this to snow my appreciation 5. BTONB. Now Heart Cure. Dr. Miles ITeart Onto Is sold on a pe"l deal. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure R;:iffiU. JC W rW w r W t F p I WfUfc seeming increase of silver sentiment among the people. It Is an unhealthy growth. Many men etc now favoraHAM A. NHr.ltt'V bly disposed toward the tree coinage AnxloiiHly watch declining health of Subscription, of silver, because ol sheer ignorance their daughters. So many nre cut off by consumption in early years that as to the meaning of free and unlimSupI'lUHAY, AUUIMT7, 1896. there Is real causo for anxiety. In ited coinage of silver at the ratio of tbo early stages, when not beyond 16 to i When Its meaning Is exTtatoa nud Torma. the reach of medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla will restore tlio quality nnd plained; when its dangerous tendenSubscriptions $1.25 pet nnmiiii in advance. cies are exposed; win the light of quantity of the blood nud thus give McKlnley, good health. Bead the following letter: Local notices 10c per line first Iti logic and reason is thrown upon it, it sertlon nml 5c each subsequent inser- A MATTER OP EXPERI my Lewis Will Win. "It U but will at once begin to lose gtound. It daughter Cora, Just toIt.writs about comtion. Large contracts special rates. aged Bhe wis ENCE. cinnot withstand the light ot reason. pletely run down, declining, hid that tired nml political Calls on candidates In the campaign of 1892 tlio argumatter 10c per line. Appeals to passion nnd prejudice, nnd feeling, and friend laid she would not Now3 Notes and Othor Obituary notices 5c per line, nnd ments produced by Democrats upholdsocialistic sentiment, arc what silver live over three months. Bhe had bad for In advance, ing their free trade theories, wcro enmust invaribly be paid orators are depending on to carry the is unless party ordering publication Tlioy wcro great tirely thcoritical. day. They are mistaken If they responsible therefor. llAuntN'snunr., Kv , Aug. 3, '96. Republicans said the WilJob Work olall kinds promptly nnd theorists. think this will win before the AmerMiss Ella Dillon, o"r ot our most ican people. neatly executed. son bill would inevitably brihg disasThe Republican party popular glils Is visiting Iriends In has never in Its his toiy stood In such and nothing seemed to do her any good. ter aud distress. I happened to read about Hood's Barsapa-rllt- a Republican Tickot. a favorable attitude before the people Tbo Wilson bill has been passed Ev.uisvillc Indiana. and hid her give. It a trill. From tho The marriage ol Mr. Walter Campvery first dose tlio begin to get better. But the facts must be shown. nnd the people aro now experiencing r, Republicans have not as yet enter- After taking a few bottles iho wis comThere are no theories bell, of Ashland to Miss Mary its result. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. ol this, city, U announced lor ed earnestly into the campaign. They pletely cured md her health has been tho n ho ut it now. It has been proven licet ever alneo." Mug. Addik 1'kck, August the ulh. will do so In due time, however, and 12 Railroad Flice, Amatcrdim, N. Y. I'nr I'rrnlilrnl. that it will not make wheat sell for WILLIAM McKINLEY, Mr I. I? Manure, of I.ettchfietd, then the Chicago platform will be not "I will nay thit my mother ! $1.25 per bushel; that it will not ad of Ohio, It is a stated my cato In is itrong wortU is I werlt endeavoring to shown up iu its true colors. was here vance wages aud give laboring men would hive done. Hood 'a Baraaparllla Republican Newsp iper. monstrous idea that the American constant employment. O.i the oth- start up a has truly cured meind I am now well." V K HA VK (;U I' TIIK 1'IUCES Tor Vire I'rriiloiil, people should be asked to indorse a Cora Peck, Amsterdam, N. Y. Uc was not successful. er hand, wheat is lower than ever GARRETT A. 1I0BAET, platform so wholly unamerlcan They lie sure to get Hood's, beciuso Our kid base ball nine joitrnejtd before; laboring men are getting reot Now Jersey. Fridiy lor wilt not do so, but on the other hand duced wages, if they get wages at all; down to Cloverp.it list Our Tip Top VVhool3 ltoducod to $50.00. purpose of yivitu the Cloverpoits will rebuke It ns no other platform nil business interests have been injur- the I'or failure. Victor, . vJcxpoleon, UU they did lias ever been rebuked. M." in while n sound dnibbli. ed fearfully. JOHN W. LEWIS. not succeed, c mlng lioni- with let Republicans petfect their arrange-meat- s Writo lor Cntftlcgiio nnd Specinl Cnsli Piscount How difficult the actual result of From 4th District of Kentucky. in order that n campaign of their tall feather. trail! lg In the dust. Save you &s the Wilson bill, nud the great benefits The tone itoo.l 27 t 25 in I ivor ot education may be thoroughly inauguGov BradU," has designated the we derived from it. la Hie One True Hlnol Purifier- - All itrurRt't. 11. Before its rated and completely carried out. Cloverport. l'reiwreit only !) C, 1. I00.I & Co., Iiwell, Mais. September as Labor first Mond pcoplo were mislead and deceivt RoniN ttoon. Professor iinacklett who resigned r" purely veftelable, W Day. ed by false stutcments and promises. -S frlllS lUbiemiJIwncnclaLaso. his pushi-- us principal of ourcollege Ml They thought they would better has been succeeded bv Ptolessor Rob-eitRiU'orts from everywhere indicate HARD TIMES AND PREE SILVER. QmC their conditions. A little of ol Meale county. Mr Roberts Owonsboro, Kv.' that McKiutoy will bo elected by an of n Democratic tariff has is a young man ubout 30 .cars of age Cheap Money rroUuclUe or Commercial mymmmmtm am mmm. pmqmmmmm overwhelming majority. B.mtw4 Depreailon. brought tlio people to their senses. nnd is highly recommended. The Clnrkstlllc (Tenn.) Harrison has consented Tlio Chicago platform acknowledges President Mr. Arthur Bond, nf Louisville, is ban the fqllowlng: tocomo tollodgensville and deliver that Democrats have been in error, is spending a short vacation herewith s "There is not n commercial Abra nnd that tho Wilson bill is not suff- friends. He has grown quite stout. country on earth now that has f ree coin-ugan address at the birthplace of icient to supply even enough revenue ham Lincoln. Campaign ontors will be plentiful "Tlu-rU not a free ller country on Deto run the government. It Bays: for the next three months. Indeed Mirth that has ua niui-- iw (ho dollar One thing we ndmire in Mr. Bryan par capita In circulation oil kinds of "Until the money question is settled, they bid fair to become loo plentiful, nud that is that he is honest enough money. wo are opposed to any agitation for tu:aiiliile the common herd had "There U In circulation, to the United to admit that the free coinage of silPopfurther changes in our tariff law, ex- best take to the woods. States $24 per capltn, or $10.10 more ver would causo a panic. But wo do cept such as per capita than any free allvar country are necessary to meet the Mr. V. G. Baggage a leading Dem- not want a panic. on earth. To have your F'oti-- o lakutt ciencn in revenue, causea ay me ; ocrat of our countv nnd free sUver "Iqli prices not an Excuse. "We havo more In circulation it- adverse decisou of the Supreme . rafl. went out to West View recently The Populist party now finds than cer lcforc, and wore per capita O. Delethan any free silver country on earth. self in.tb.e middle of a very bad fix. Court on tho Income Tax.'' Here is to instruct the people how to vote. "Our dollar will buy more sugar, The masses of the party was opposed an ndmission that we must have They we're told by him that in Bryan coffee, flour, meal, irvoat, medicine, Thus it is that and the Democratic party lay the onto endorsing Bryau, but while they higher tarifl laws. hardware and clothing than In 1673. Is now at Uitrttordwithhla Floating 3tudio. "A liarrel of corn, a bushel of wheat ly salvation of the country. Col. V. were at homo at work the bosses went Democrats ate placed in the humiliCreditaor 100 pounds of tobacco 111 buy nearly idpL'aullv piiiliicil tor the wrv i not to fadu St. Louis aud formed a combination ating attitude of acknowledging that B. Burton hearing ot Mr. Babbage's UK All tiz innile, from Dairies up. Ali'i work, uarnntecd any parlor or double as much ot tho articles that ble t,TJiiij made in with the Democrats by endorsing all their theories were wrong. It is excursion, boldly buckled on his arfarmers consume as tbe same kind of room, day or uij;lit; view ol or any out door object. I'nco of tbo corn, wheat or tobacco would buy In Bryan and norailaing Mr. Watson not necessary for them to admit that mor and followed him. They met in atandard sue Cabinet, SI per hall d zen; ft 73 per dozen. Little Queen 1873. they were wrong. Experience, which political combat before nn audience of "They Will llnrna the nmioemrjr, The result will 011111110') for Vice President, SI per dozen. One nnd all are invited to call at mv atudi "The wages of tho laboring inau will (half size I'uu With I lie Kermhllenna, Vole men, women and children, ond we are H. Q. SUHltOETKU. be that the Populists will go all is the best of teachers, has convinced tiuy double as much of the necevsarrett and ecu my work McKlnley nml 41o Willi Ihe annihi-lated'b- y lor told that Babbage was utterly of life now as In 1G73, aud his waged through the campaign working for everyone beyond a rcasonablo doubt Xrgroe, Where They lie. Cujioon, Kv., June 28, 1890. the Republican champion. have not been reduced as louic." their ticket of Bryan and Watson nnd that the Democratic idea of n tariff is To Whom itmayCoxci:kn: U'o lake pleaiuro in lewmmciidinif to much as the purchasing power of hrs Srr.iT in Twaix: The Democratic The Wilson your favor Mr. H. O. Schroder, the Photographer, who is not only a first in November will be compelled to utterally erroneous. I money has been increased." party cl this county is divided. The He lias been auociated hill is now a matter of experience. support Bryan and Sewall. Chairman Jones of the National j All of tho above propositions w as- - claw artist, but :i ueiitlumau of tlio hiclicat order. rank and file accepted Bryan and the Democratic Committee was Interview- ncrt without the fear' of Intelligent con- - with the people ot LVhoon for over two years and we all regret very much to tradlctlon. Then, Ifitbe a fact that no have him leave Hnpinir you will extend him the "hand of fellowship," What causes bad dreams is a ques- Chicago Plaform. From the beginRei'ijiilican8 ot the 4th Congress -ed in Washington last Monday by a free silver country on earth has a wo are, Hepeetful'y yours, F. Swint, KditorCalhoou Bur. nl District must remember that Hon. tion that has never been satisfactorily ning however there has been tnutter-In- gs reporter of the New York Wotld, and much as flva dollam per capita; and If answered; but. in nine cases out of of discontent. Many Democrats Ut!.l'-!ll-il JHKL-- 3 Lewis has been Jno. W. iu answer to the question as to it be a fact that we have about $24 per Take advantage ol our low rate and Itnir-- . ltt,l,l, ed for Congress and is now in the ten, frightful dreams arc the result nf in this county advocate sound money. whether Mr. Bryan would accept the capita; and If it bo a fact that we have tporo silver In circulation per capita imperfect digestion, which a few doses II Democrats r.t Chicago had contentKet your favorite county paper from We will send Tint field. His oppouent has not yet becu Populist nomination said: than any free silver country in the now until Nov. 35. for i$ cents cah of Ayer's Sarsaparilla will effectually ed themselves with declaring for free Mr. Lewis has made a nominated. "He appreciates very highly the world; and if it bo a fact thnt the pur- either ot the lollowinj; n until mci remedy. Don't delay try it colnrsrc of silver at 16 to i, and had fact that the Populists honored him chasing power of our dollar is now lor one j ear for the amount opposite in advance. splendid record iu Congress nnd declared for nil other Democratic prinLook over the lift and with so many of their votes, bat when about double what it was in 1673, and each name. should be returned to servo his peoWhenever a druggist tells you b WHAT WOULD HAPPEN. ciples, nearly nil the Democrats of he sent that telegram to theSt. Louis that the products of tho farm will pur- bie ttlut j oil need aud u a call: has souiethini! just as good lorcoughs, ple. Ho has always been found nt chase more necessarieH of life than in county wou'd vote the ticket. Convention requesting the withdrawDaily and Sun Cuuriir Journal Jit 35 grip, etc., as Or Ileir.i PineTarlion this 1673, our free silver friends will have to his post of duty, nnd especially ought Dr. Milos Medical Company " without Sunilay But the principles that the Democrat- al of his name he meant that he could hunt harder for the hard times com6 15 ey don't you believe it, for we guar he get a good vote in Ohio county for Would Cancel Contracts. is not true. We niakt ic party has been advocating for one not accept the nomination. He Is of plained of. They can't charge It to a. Globe Democrat 75 ante that it the genuine and authorize all drugthe interest he took in getting Rough reduced circulation or hlfrher prices. Wtekly Coiinci-Iourii. . . . hundred years have been ignored by the same mind now. 75 gists to pnarantee it. The If, U. tialveaton News. We have received a letter from the free silver element iu that Party. Ho ttands River navigable. In'usille Com111c1ri.1l . . . . 15 Sutherland Cu, l'aducah, Ky. "I see that someof the Populists are The 3rovement. representing bis people as they have the Dr. Miles Medical Co , of Elk As n result ol all this, many of the N Y. Tribune byZ Wayne Grifliti tVQro., For 15 declaring that unless Mr. Br) an acTho ailvar buff slioidd not delude uoverbeen represented before, ever halt, Ind., in regard to the financial most prominent Democrats in this 65 druggist, and Kenfrow Uros. Narrowi. with the idea that tho only enemy N.Y. World cepts their nomination by Aug 5 the Ky. watchful of their interests and has no situation, which shows wbut would county have denounced the Chicago 4.1 he lias to combat is the goldbug. There Chicago Intel CKciui happen should the free silver craze Platform as undemocratic, nnd boldly Central Committee will withdraw his are others. Tho copper bug n abroad In Home & l'iiiiu equal in the entire District. Jk Nl Luula Karl-- j 25 I.iiiiUvlllr.lli-tiilrrxM- i name and nominate some one else in !' lit l.llrrl Juim I. . carry this fall. The letter Is as folWe would be jjlad to fend joti latiy proclaim that they cannot and will his place. Well, let them doso. Mr. the land. His argument are flmluijr No. 41. No; 43. fixed lodgment in the minds of many The "crown of thorns" and "cross lows: We.-- t bound not support Mr. Bryan. Some state Bryan having been the nominee of who have rejected the goldbufr and the ot the above named napctK. Th.k daily daily KMCIIART, Aug. 1, '96 of gold" portion of candidate Bryan's they will support Mr McKlnley, the Democrats nnd ol theSilver party, sliver bug. Every argument advanced offer is );ool lor new Mibscnl'ttt. mid I. I.onii.vil'e . . . 7 55 a m 6 jqpra To protect ouselves GiiNTtRMEN I, Iliaudeuburg , . 9 22 speech, it seems was copied from a for free silver applies with greater old ones who pay otic jtnr iu advance 7 55. while others will Insist on a sound common decency would at least sugI. Irvington . . 8 20 9 49 speech made by Mr. McCall iu Con- in time of panic and financial dismoney Democratic ticket a most gest the propriety of his accepting force to free copper. The w Idow's niitu I.Sicphcnnort . . 1028 was copper. The money of the poor is 858 KememLcr bullmton will gress. Candidate Bryan's crowd, ns tress which we regard as inevitable significant feature of this bolt in the iw I.CInverpoit . .1047 those nominations first. cojper. It has been coined Into money 918 you a yowl ensj I. H.iwcsvll!e . . 11 ij well ns himself, aro not at all back-war- d it the unexpected should happen iu Democratic party is the character of 944 We all know that we are going to by nearly ail the nations of tlio earth November We have decided to add ! Orteiihboru . . 12 15 p 11110 48 thouHtuid years. If the governTbey have stolen in stealing. these mm who r(fue to support have either Bryan nnd Sewall or Mc for a following condition to all conAr Henderson . . (15 ment with Its stamp can make 53 cents 11 55 Bucklon'9 Arnlcn Salvo. Bryan. They nre the leading men the Populist platform, aud will event- the No 42. No. 44. This Hhst.Sai.vi'. hi the wmld lor tracts made lor newspaper advertis- not only in their party, but also In Klnley and Hobart The best men worth of slhcr worth a full dollar, it ually swallow the whole Populist of the Populist can make three cents' worth qf copper Cut.s, Bruises, Soiea, Ulcers, .Salt Hist bound daily and most intelligent dally has ing: I. HennerMm . , , 7 20 u m 255 pm theconnty. Among these men ate party will vote for Bryan and Sewall. worth one dollar. If tho slher Kheum, Fever Suiea, Titter, Lhap. Tho Democratic party party. "It is also agreed that should the Mr. W. J Dean Jr., of Glendean, who dollnr will bring prosperity nnd plto ped Hands, Chilblains, CoriiA.aiid all I. , 8 25 . . 3 55 nlway been known as a party that That sectiou of the Peoples party that Ilawe-vill- e Free Silver Candidate Bryan be electto all the the . . . 9 25 4 53 ranks among tbe leading business Is actuated by patriotism will vote for money dollar will people,Uiom:three cent Skin Kruption.s, and pn.itivci cuita I. could adopt itself to any and nit bring blessing I. Uerpmt copjwr Piles, or tio pay required. It is gu ed, the Dr. Miles Medical Co. have 9 50 5 17 I. Strplienpnrt . . n tr They will crowd tho the privilege of cancelling this con- men ol the county; Hon. W. K. free silver, and when they Gnd that In greater measure. If the debtor can to cive perfect rutiwlaciiion or 5 3j Barnes an able lawyer and once the Populist party, which was organsue 47 eente on every dollar under free motey reluiuled. I'uce is cents jer I. Iivington C 16 10 51 Populist from their platform, and tract." silver, he can savo 07 centson cv cry dol- box. 1'Oit SA1.H I)V Willuuiih & I. Dratidonhnrg , 11 18 Chairman ol the Democratic county 639 that they with complacency From this date contracts without committee; Mr. II. F. Beard, President ized to bring about free silver, and lar by paying with a throo cent copper Dell Ar I.ouUvilIe . . 12 45 p iu 8 00 which they joined with that object in dollar. Tbo copper bug certainly ban a always advocated such measures as this clause will not be accepted. nf the Bank of Hardinsburg, and who view, is forsaking its mission they better scheme then the sliver bug. If I? W. Raj; by, a prominent ,&wyei aro set forth in the Populist platform. Resp'y, was a delegate from this district to will come back to the Democratic parthe arguments of the silver hug mp of I'uducali. Ky s,iya that l)r,.lkll' OUR TRADE INTSHESTS Populists are being humbugged, The Dr, Mit.r.s Medical Co sound, those of the ooppor bug are National Convention ty. the Democratic 1'inelT.ir Honey cured hla children of sounder. But let us suspend judghut they have not as yet discovered tFollow th lame of l.citt Muuvtttrr ft. nt Chicago in 1892; Mr. A. B Skill-ma- n uiiHiiiii; rim;: wueil all tilings ell alatKiie. "I found, while nt St. Louis, that ment, brethren, until wo hear from the Arc Yon Tlrfit it. It's a new remedy lorcoughi. Cashier of the Breckenridge tbe Populists of the North and West man with tho leather dollar. Chicago I In declarliif; tor the dec coinage ol l.n'ed All the time? This condition is a Po.r sal liver of all other coimv tiuarantee by all ilcjleri. Bank at Clovei port nnd a number of were generally broad minded and patby 7. HnrtE aro some interesting figures: sure indication that you blood is not rles the Chicago eonwntloii In ptTcul and Wajte Grifliu ft llro., druggist other prominent gentlemen whose in- riotic men. There were some ol the Uenlrow Uros., Narrows! Uy, Why Not OulIvraT In 1889 when Mr. Harrison becarao rich and noutishing as it ought to be doclarcd fur a dlnVient aud lower fluence is grrat. These men cannot We couutry President tho public debt of tho Unit- nnd as it may be if you will take a support Mr liryan. It is said that same sort among the representatives Mistalnall know that tills of slher cany ,mouoy Htamkird tluiu that uacd by the a limited amount 1'nitSM.K.-- At n bargain a cboN great coinmcrvlat nutloiiH with which from the South, but as a general rule In few bottles of the great blood purifier. ed Slates was 8829,853,990.00. at a ratio of sixteen to one, be- ,wc trado. Trade and comim-icfollow arshlp in ihe Lexington Buslnee nt the battle ot Waterloo. Lord Well- the Southern delegates were not n Thousands Hood's Sarsaparilla. cause it kiolrcmVdolnglt, Hutlf It can ,tho lines of leant monetary irttlHtaiicc, Co'legc. 1892 the last year of his administraApply nt this office. ' sustuln an unlimited amount coined at and out of total merehar.dlntf ImpoiU wiite that Hood's Sarsaparilla has ington s.iid to one of hh officers: creditable class. They practically tion tho public debt of tho United them of that tiled feeling by "The hemorihageotthe English array admitted while iu St. I.obis that they the Nunc ratio, why cun itnotNtwtain It nnd exports kmt year of $l,330,3'J!f,t30 j These cured l'rroiinl. States was 8o85,029,330.00. is teriible; would Gad that Bleucher were out for nothing hut spoil. They nl a ratio of three to one? In other only sic:i,tJ93,6:7 wuh fronmingloidlwr giving them rich, red blood. figures slmw that during Mr. Harrisis said that there was 'nothing in it' .words, why can it not Btrlke from our atandard countrlw v thun 11 ler . book to anv lerson afllicted with any one night would come." So it ten cent piece the Inscription "one cent. .. i t Hood's Pills act easily and prompt- with the Democratic party. Her on's administration the public debt of spicm, curnutc or iteiicate dlseas for them to indorse the Democratic dime" and moko It "one ilollur?" If Kven in our BouUi. American tnulc, peculiar to . ly on the liver nnd bowels. Cure Best men arc lepudtatingthe Chicago their sex. Address tha the country was reduced nominees, and this same spirit will this be practicable and It seems to ilout whlc(j ho much has been said, kii' in tr physicians and surgeons of mc that the one Is as practicable as tlio out ot n totAl of Sl,003,055 only 0 per plotfortu nud the candidates who probably domluatt their actions in Under Mr. Cleveland's ad- sick headache. the United States, Dr. 111 it. has inWJl.Hyi, wuh with silver stand. Co . 70 Dearborn Street, Hathaway & It can be said that the the future. They will do all that other U not the proposition of unlimfont, stand ministration the public debt Chicago. ited sixteen to one nn extravagant and urd countrien, whtla 72 mi ii.i.iior.N. r cent., hctnorihagc of tbe Democratic party they can to harrass the Democracy tibelesa waste of Die most valuable Therefore r. creased 8202,000,000 00. 43 rain Saturday afternoon wa wuh with single gold Htiuuliird The is fatal; it is draining her lite blood. and create contusion, and In the end which the woild has ever countritvi, and W1.4S3.33H was wltVTbl tho American people as n result of nn advantage to the the cropi. While great- motallle countrlra. HOTIOK. inglorious Democratic adminis- the wind nnd ligtning did considera- Night the night of defeat and disa- they will do just ns they are doing known? It njpenr that there are their er possibilities open to the advocates 1'iactlenlly s,eallng. all surely awaiting Bryan nnd the now in Alabama, fuse with the ReLB,tffiffiM,i"-WS-H steris ,.'.V4W.f! tration will have two hundred aud the white metiil than even Uiey have coun trim are on u gohl ImsU, bimetallic habits to of ble thmage in other localities we es nato oa of ur books their leral Un, diV. vicious principles he represents. as yet coucclml. T, F, nice, millions to pay iu the way of in?i,'J'i caped A barn belonging to Ben Meanwhile McKlnley is marching on publicans and vote (or McKlnley. tender ailver being cxohaiiffeoblo for , w wa. $$!" Ii..Vv.'Voo",'''i,, uu H TOU irCV. r Wilt Um gold, but thfc blmetollle trndu is mnall Other financreased indebtedness. DearnMS Nat the OoL Drake wasdestroyed bylightnlngkill-in- g to victory. Bryan nnd his anarchis- They will go with the, negroes, where they belong. The sliver men give away tiieJr case Let Kuroofccre as tbe example. While cial losses nre too numerous to menthree horsesand badly injuring Call on Iliilllngtou, thebaiber. much less than half of Ita population tic coadjutors may lurk nnd bite at "I do not know just what Tom when they say that free coinage will liuu tho single gold stundard, the fob tion. two of which belonged to Mr his heels They can do no more. Watson's attitude Is," continued "Increase prices." Tlio 0110 universal Sam Bllbro, Point I'lmsnnt. Theloss human Interest Is cheapncrai. Tlio Idcul lowing tabic shows our tnulet Proudly and trltmplnlly Mr, McKln-l- y filnglo flold. "but I received n telegram condition would be one w herein all derilmetalltc a the most of The honest money Democrats of will be considerable will go on to "Hory and under the Howell, sirable ttibigH were produced without (Jernmny... HS,tT.V Kentucky linvn called for masj meet, his hay, ginin and farming imple- benignant infl'isnce ot a Republican some days ago from Claik saying that Watson was rairlng a any cost ntall. Ktery ndviuiee toward l.iuaiiw .... o.v.i.y'1 Portucal ... i.tii.C iugs to bo held in every county in ments were burned admiuUtration, our many and varied good deal of a fuss and declaring that Oiat condition that Is to my, Sweden and Mrs. Uettie Ashby died nt the home industries, now closed down, will Nonfiijr ,. 1.US.KS 15 for the purU chiii niiig of the mveswiHeHof life Kentucky on August Denmark... i.sw.iu,urtcce the withdrawal of Mr. Sewall was the a flint rVn for everybody. On tho iTurkty conau other., pose nf selecting delegates to their of her parents last Wednesday of forth with renewed vigtain again spiing .. first step that must be taken to J9.S1U V 1. li.ciciuta In the price noumanta... other In in!, iu-iStatu Convention to send delegates to sumption. Her remains were interr- or, nnd tiiotpcrity will ngain shed n of tlw in NV..irVrtof illrrctaiid fusion." 1745,717, Total burying grounds, , 'm. coplo, I i.'ewiw In- uaula, alngla ailver itandard, 13.UJ.ttl. tho National Convention which meets ed in the abroad ovei our land her gracious after luneinl hervlcos by Rev. T. M. total in Indiauapilis the first otSeptomb jr. fifrrt uel thobo tanners who belieie 7ir .To classify by standards, Uie8tiite forbeams t'liril olTlinuko. Mortnti will, , silver will caittto the pi ices of farm elgncommorco of the United lllCAVnit DAM, AUg. I. Tuese met'tiugs art) called by the old surprise many! McFCw.r.v and IffliiutT and I.rcw Miss Clara Ford, Ccnteitown, product to advance nsk themselves this We take this opportunity of ex Oold. nimotallle. tune Democrats, who reluso to go iu'o III free silver causo simple questinni this be the battle cry of home Sunday niter a wetk's is: pressing our sincere and heartfelt wheat to advance toonedoiliirubiishal, Huropa ...t7U.717.S3) JiM.SIz.7 .:S!:lll n. America jw.jii.ixh the Populist party and support a Pop. stay with her brother, T, J Foid, tl.M. Tue Campaign Commits N. America n.tK.w 48.sSl.UI u'tat for President. It represents tlio whose wi c has been sick, with remit- tee ol the State has been appointed, thanks to our tunny iriends of Denver or corn to .10 cents a bui.hcl, nnd not wat inara 17.M1.62I M,8J.J(W 6S4.74I I'leld & IlnlhrnnL- - lniu lilr ... W.C51. null of clothes to adAsia shown us 'canto a intelligence of tho Democratic ptrty ting fever Kentucky must Dam for their kindness nnd the fight Is on. vance to i"0, or a hat to two 'Africa giea by the car load direct from the lS'.fMOl Oceanlca,. 1J.C3I.0M during the saddest nud seveieit trial dollars? Cun It bu posslbht and U called for tho puipno of ranks. The that uuy in be kept In the Rep'ibll-nMm. Am t Roi.s is quite sick. ot our life, the illness aud death of j telligent farmer believes free silver wul Hence Totals... tssi.M7.tM 4M.Kit iu,iw.n ' manufactory paying cash. Much intheir organization. Miis Gertie Reel leturned Iwue free rdlver idea, it is true is ubroad vncifuisiuea, sz,isi,rw. the low prices. So long as memories ( advance the price of Iho products of is being Irtkou in tho maitar. Sunday after u visit to Miss Maud In the land nnd Menu to be carrying our little baby. terest Our trade and raminerco are not only of the past remain in our minds, will his labor and not the lee of the prod- - vu a K"'" uuitia, mil ure on u single Largo number nt Democrat throiiuh-ou- t Bennett, 1'o'nt Pleasant everythirg btfote ft. In reality hownets of other men's labor?' Ilrntlerfcon gold standard." To adopt slher mono- -' . Mctca"' 86 Und-nes- s wegrentfully remember your the Statu and Nation havett'ltitel at(Ky.) Sun. ever it is all sound and fury signifyI1' M o Seveial froii this neighborho f.et'r-ngraetalllsm. which Independent free coin- Praying to support Brynn nnd the Chicago nnd labors of love ing othlng. The American people y.V at,iha Dr; De,11 Pln All Kluds of llriuona. tended the Institute lust week. would surely pro.li.ee hero a. It has plalfium. that the I.ird who nlone can in y cur Not only doea etcry consideration of everyvhere else, would be to permit T"r Hon,ey ,S l1". Mr. Clinton lulvhart will teich our nie not yet ho far bereft ol reaoa aalo ward you. honor and patriotism command nx to Europe to fix Uie p.leo of our surplm, f,ou,c,' '""P ani bronchial remedy J N and Ida I.ikkss school; this being the fourth echool embrace such nn idea as the free and I h oflj;e,-tstand for Kound cirrcncy, but euusld-- I prcluots on a gohl basis, while It could V"i u E'jJ CUJftS WhLh ALL ILSL IAIL5. in succession lie has taught in f'ls unlimited coinage ol rdlver t the eratlous of expediency us well. There us In our own legal tender slher 'uri,1B erJ,ei Guaranty by. Z. Cough Syrup, f Mies (loud. UM r?J HUwt In time, fold br drviwUU. Dro., druggist, am la a probable presidency In pound curratio ol 16 to 1 There is no need tor IF1 district, which speaks well for him dollan coined freely out of S3 cents' J) ayne Ketifrow Pros., Norrowa, Ky. rency. There In iioiYiik but dltustcrln worth of bullion. Is this bu.luesa? M l Rrniibi can to be alarmed nt the tret 1lvr. Utlea Obseryer. Hurtford Republican $l.25poryoar. Candidatc IJryiin in his Chicago speech spoke of llio sympathies ot the. Democratic party being on the, side, of tlio "struggling mawos." That is just where tlio sympathies ol the Democratic party ought to he; (or what party has (lone more to make tlio masses struggle, tor n livelihood than the Democratic party? REPUDIATION. IV! Breckinridge Demo- others 0ELKER Bicycles - Are - ood crats Will Not port Bryan. and Prices Hobart and 11 ME RIGHT - Hnp-poiiln- cs. Cough Bicycle rcpairng of all kinds done promptly BELKEH GtlUE I'E Hrffl, Bicycles! Monarch, 209 Allen Street, Dow-ma- lit hi Bicycles! 1 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 Unit-claso OX OUR BiNTIItK LINK OK WHBKLS. Barnes, Overland Aoney esagr We Will pad-sa- ge Hicyalo Sundries at Rock Bottom Prices. s, BRYAN WONT Repairing done on short notice. expi-perien- ce -- ACCEPT. Ailll kDtltl02 i Chairman of DemoNational cratic Committee fies Southern ulist. e. fiere is Yocir to-d- Says the Southern gates to the Populist Convention Were Not a Class. H. Green SCHROETFR. tho Prnfcjcinnal let River $ Photographer one-four-th I I 0i. ie Semi-Weekle- y ... ... 1 1 1 nl to-d- Fre-Cop- 1 htm-Ke- if tlirire-n-wt-e- 1 1 1 nt 0enloin ... ... 11 f I TimcH-Iteml- Ten-Ce- f IndejK-ndcntl- cur-lenc- c I 8244,82-1,-fii.O.OO- com-ruodl- six-tyit- WM I "s r, Notice: If F,F,y;,,Sli subscription your cry ( ggto: $g oh-tai- n ) t.i.? is not paid, please send in tue monev at. nnnn. --'' .. Pfi-lR- - 1 J not llllicll uuounjmun lllltl i)UW la I ut to a great deal. one-doll- mitii-ttiiiii- f!" 111 1 pm,iftUn..1. Jl1.80 yr V.'P Children Cry for ,y PP' Pitcher's Castorlat n i. - CAH'T CQMPLIIN! ' hile sumo morclmnls arc com pining jii(l discussing HAItD TIMES, politics, etc., --F- .Over Thirty Years CHO CIRCUIT COUNT. Keu-- under sold -- Fair Bros &Co. KILLED BYATRAIN. Awarded Without Sickness. Mr. II. Wkttstkik, a enterprising citizen of Dyron, III., writes! "llefore I paid much iittcn-tloto regulating tlio lxwels, I hardly knew 11 well day; but since I well-known OivjlDookot August Term, 1Q00. School oideis taken at Fair Bros & Co's. Hon, N. T. Howard, Motpintawn, it in town Highest Honors World's Pair. Jasper Macldox Loses His Dli' Life. Iist Sunday evening Jni-pe- r I Ms.-- . l'll'TII IIAV I'RIDAV, AUGUST 7. 3613 R. A. Oooda.l, &c , vs. W. O. Tilford, &c 3612 Thos Andrews vs Singer M'l'g Co. 3C20 Henry Grerr vs. I. L. Miller. llomtovs. I. W.A. Mers. 3122 l 559 Cyntlw A Waiden vs. W. B. Fulkerson, &c. SIXTH DAY f ATUKUAY, AUGUST 8. 3408 A. O. Bridges vs. W. W.Austin. 353 P Stevens, vs. John Robertson, &c. 3626 E. F. Cook vs. L. T. Barnard. 3628 J W. Stevens vs. Same. J- - ft irn fur Mens high cut Plow Shoes nt Fair Broi. & Co's Mad-do- x AIR BROS.& CO. otnriwJl learned tho evil results of constipation, and tho cfllcucy of Arc having a good trade, and in order to make it better they have put their lino of summer goods &'-- . AYER'S Pills, I hnvo not had ono day's sickness thirty years PlKIKV for over ono nttack not tlint did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife had leen, provl-ou- s to our marriage, an invalid for years. Sho had a prejudice against cathartics, but as roon as she began to uao Ayer's Pills her health was COST ! Caldwell went and Sandford Lost.--- A door key, finder will from McIIenry to Rockport on a hand car. Alter staying some time they pltase leave It at this office. started back home, but were overtakMr. J M. Caschicr continues very en nt the Southnrd cut below McIIensick with little signs ol Improvement. ry by the past bound passenger train Dr J. E. Pendleton is Mill quite and Mnddox was crushed to death sick. Alinn.t all nl his family ih nt under the wheels. Caldwell barely his bedside escaped with his life. Maddux leaves Miss Lilly Thomas gave a dtlight-fil- l a wlf nnd several children. pirty to her young Iricnds last l.ii ml Mtlr Inr nijht nt her home on Washington By virtue taxes due the Stale of mis CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST A PERFECT MADE. sttcet. p Iff ) . Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: r restored." AVER'S Cathartic Pills Hed'al tad Diploma at World'! Fair. To Rttlori Strcagth, Zelphry Ginghams Dress Styles Gingham Stripe Pique Stripe natiRtc Plain nnd Fancy OrgandicB Perslnn Pt reals 7c woith 8c oc woith 7c 10c worth 15c 7 JaiUr Jno. W, Black is very low MONDAY, AUGUST 10. DAY S iVKMTII with typhoid flux, He was thought 3628 J. 0. Renfrew vs. L. T Barnard to be somewhat better late yesterday 3632 Fordsvllle Block Coal Co., vs. evening. John Johnson. Mrs E. W. Ford and little daught-er- , 3635 J P Motton & Co., vs Ohio Nannie Ellen, nre visiting the Co. Fiscal Couit. family of Col. W. II. Moore, Sulphur 3638 Geo Cheek vs. John Johnson. Springs. AUGUST DAY EIGHTH 2639 J. I. TUIHDAY, II, Kentucky nnd county i'f Ohio lor the 1895 nnd 1896, I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 71I1 day of September, 1896, between the hours ol 10 o'clock a.m and 4 o'clock p. m. at the Con it House door in Haillord, Ohio county, Ky., expose for sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash in hand, the following lands (or if Txr, pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fi from Ammonia, Alum or iny other aduttetau. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. j ears a pankT will follow Bryan. The Passage of a Free Coinage Bill Says And yot Somo of tho Pooplo uro Clamoring for Froo tiki Ajtr's Siroa irllla worth 10c ujfc worth utfc 10c 8c worth . Mr. L. C. Duke. town. Eddyville, Is iu Plain mid Figured Swisses White Duck Grass I.lncn Ladles Vest Ladels Vefct Woven Corsets Men Sweaters Ladles Shirt Waist Men Shirts i Ladides Muslin Drawem, Skills nnd Gowns ... 'Sc worth 22i 10c worth 15ic '' wo,t soc 50c to $1.25 New nobby Clothing ut Fair Bros. & Go's. 20 yauls ol Shitting $1.00 at Fair Goods nt Fair Ilro.t. & Go's. Plenty Campaign Bios. & Co's. ". G.wd & Holbrook's. Big line Fair Bros. ,oc 0,l,, 20C 25C ris nn.l goo Idiivers ol ShirtH,received & Co's. at Field at 20C"r,h 5c worth 75 25c worth 50c 50c worth t Buggies ns cheap as the cheapest at Field & Holbrook's. $ 1 00 lor n tallies fine 5c & 60c woith $1 button Shoe Fans and Parasols at low prices. at Fair Bros & Co's We are determined to carry less over this season than ever before, so these goods must go Field & Holbrook defy all competition in the bu;gy line . .1 ...IM Remember Bulllngton cin give you the very, best In the tonsoriat line. Col. W.H, Moore, Sulphur Springs, was in town the first ol the week. zg As Advertised As our fall line is now coming in. Attorney J. F. Gordon, Madison, ville, is attending court this week. Mrs. Jo Mulhall, Louisville, is her lathet's lamily thin week. vis-Rin- g Miss Ella Castlen, Evausvillc, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. J. Will- When in Hartford Call on us and we will show you a line of goods excellent in quality, low Truly, in prices. ilTa-ii-c fc iams. Field & lljlorook are selling Bug. gies, harneis, Moore's hpJusterd aud whip?. Mr. and Mrs. 15. P. Neal spent n few days lost week with relatives at Esqr. W. P. Render, of Point Harder Adm'r vs. Loo Pleasant, has been in town this week Phillips, &c. Irn Fulkerson vs. J. T. Rone &c. attending court. He reports crops looking well in his patt of the councourt trials, ty. ninth day wrdnnsday, august 12. Mrs. Salliejohnson, ol Louisville, 3645 R. C. Yoliani, &c, vs. Matthew who has been visiting F. W. Pirtle Shultz, &c. nnd family lelt for Spring Lick today 3646 J. H Scott vs. Clay Taylor. to spend n few days before returning G. B. Likens, Clerk. -( to her home. "Mamma, was that a sugar-pluyou just gave me?" asked little MaRev. Jo. B. Rogers will pleach at bel. "No, dear, it was one of Dr. Huff's Creek Church on the 5th Sun-di- y Ajer's Pills." ''Please, may I have In August at n o'clock a.m., another?" "Net now, dear; one of nhd the Saturday proceeding at 4 p. those nice pills is all you need nt in. Everybody invited. present, because every dose is effeCircuit Couit has been in session ctive." this week, A large number ot cases have been laid over till next court, BEAVER DAM. and a gteat many have been tried. The weatherhas been estreraely watm Rev. Chandler, Hartford, filled his on the court officials and the Jury regular appointment here Sunday. men. He and Rev. Fallin are conducting a series of meetings bete. Mr. Henry Schroader died at his A large crowd of young folks spent home near Horton Monday morning Sunday at Sulphur Springs. They of heart trouble. He was an old and all report a good time and feel doubly highly respected citizen and will be paid lor their trip by hearing Rev. greatly missed in his community. Benuchamp's lectures. The remains were interred in the Prof; E. R. Ray, wife and daughter, Bethel burying grounds Tuesday. little Elizabeth, spent a few days visHartfotd and Beaver Dam kid base iting near Sulphur Springs last week. ball teams, played a game at the Fair The infant of of Mr. Perry Wester-fiel- d died Friday night. The re- Gtounds last Saturday, which result16 in favor of mains were interred in Rochester ed in a score of 27 to The game was th a Hartford boys. cemetery. Miss Brssie F. Nave, Louisville, quite interesting, and a large number arrived at this city Tuesday where she of spectators were in attendance. so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount ol the taxes due and costs) to wit: for year 1895. Arces Owner Bishop, Thompson 63 . 1 Basham, Wm. A. Bray, Wm. 80 . Bashamjoe D. 14 Boswell, Thos. II. 75 Cooper, Ed P. 90 100 . Everly, Elizabeth Ford Bros. 5 . Fulkerson, Jacob W. 50 , Fielden, Lewis 25 . Farmer, Thos G. 17 Guy, John M. 3 Galley, Agnes B. 50 Howard, Martha A. 172 Hamilton, Lucindn '75 . Hunter, Jas. A. 120. Likens, Ras. 20 . Tax & costs . . . $4 . .... .... .... .... . . . . 30 Silver. . . . . ... . . .... ... In a speech in Aclcley, Iown, n 4 25 short time since, Mr. Bryan delivered t 3 75 n lecture upon the free coinage of silA prominent merchant, Mr. 3 80 ver. . 5 35 Peasants, asked the lecturer this . 7 50 question: . 5 95 "Mr. Bryan, will the adoption of . 5 20 free coinage of silver nt the ratio of . 4 65 16 to 1 cause a business depression 5 45 nnd panic, ns Secretary Carlisle and 4 80 other great financiers predict?" . 4 35 6 45 ,i yka 400 . . . 4 80 . . . 13 35 . , . 4 90 Kuykendoll, MaryJ.225 2 tracts Matlock, Wm. Mnddox, John . . . . 7 00 16 . . . . 4 90 3 . . . . 4 90 Picutis. Mr. G. T. Wcntei field has purchased the Brandon property aud has moved into same. Mr. Ben D. Ringo, of the Park City Times, Bowling Green, has been in town this week. Sros. M. &- - Co. emple of fashion. Nt.llr Anyone having about $500.00 to loan, will do well to write to "C" Hartford, Ky. caie Tiik r HKAVCIt MAM B. TIMi: TAIII.i: WUST BOUND. Fast Moll Accommodation 7:16 a. m. it :43 a. 33 . . P- - 111. Wy Freight Accommodation New Orleans Limited KAST-DOUND. m. 111. 8:18 p. 11:22 p. m. m. Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way Freight Accuiumodatlou Fast Mali .... 4:33 S'a 6 36 a. in 1:29 p. 111. 7!3 P ' IlAULKN MRRRICK, Agt. 1 11 s .1 l.lqlllil t.lrrlrlnly TnlliuiMilnU. lor twelve years with sour stomach and indigestion I tried everything I hea:d of without getting reliel. Hy the useof one bottle of Liquid Electricity she was not only relieved, but entirely cured. I "iouud it eflectual for cure of toothache Hugh Roach. McHenry.Ky. also. I stepped on a rusty nail and run it almost through my foot, causing a severe, paiiWul and dangerous wound. After trying every tiling that is usual-l- y used and getting no reliel, I purchased a bottle ol Liquid Electricity. After applying it a few times I was relieved ot pain and swelling began to reduce nnd in a shoittime was able I earnestly recommeud it to walk. us the best remedy I ever used. Mus.Mary A.WiLsotr.McUeniy.Ky. On night of June 16th, 1896. I was bitten by a very poisonous spider. ceased. Alter using several remedies without Given under our hand, this 18th botany relief I purchase 0 fiity-ceday ol July, 1896. 523t tle of Liquid Iiletrlc!ty; and altera Jno, S. & Wallack Huown, few applications was greatly relieved. Administrators of S.C.Toylor, Dec. Am confident it was instrumental In I cheerfully iecoiu saving my life. rnend.it to suffering humanity as a valuable lamily medicine Duncan Pkmman, McIIenry, Ky. have healed several scalds and I burns very rapidly by the use of Li. quid Electricity. I think it the best healing remedy I ever used William CiiBisTiAN.Blacksmith, Is the time that tries alt the care McIIenry, Ky. of the mother and all the skill of I have used Liquid Electricity ior maternal management. Baby cuts, cramps, colic, etc., and find it comfort come3 from fat; fat to be a rapid healer, and reliable rem. babies have nothing to do but edy. Mrs. Annir Duncan, to sleep and grow. My wile sullercd Build-ing-Loant Sherift Kcowh and his deputies are hustling for tnxes.' Sec list of land sales in this issue. Mrs. A, C. Ellis, who has been Hun. II. II. ftiulth, 01 Ilanlln county, candidate for the spending some time in Denver, Col., Democratic nomination lor Congress arrived home yesterday. iu the 4th District will speak at Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm.Rted. of Owens-borHorse Itranch, Mou , Aug. 10 2 p in. were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell, Tuesday. Aug. 11 2 p.m. Centertown, Wed , Aug. 12 2 p. m. Jo B. Vickcrs this week. Ilulord, Thursday, Aug. 13 2 p. m. MUs Annie McGill and Mr. Bert Denneficld, Friday, Aug. 14 2 p. ni. Dugan, Oweusboro, ore visiting relaSulphur Springs Friday, Aug. 14 8 tives and liiends iu town. p. m. at night. Mrs. T. B. Chandler, louisville, has been visiting the family ol Rev. It would be a good idea ior the ed S. Chandler this week. itois of the 4th Congressional Dis- J. II you are needing a nice II. M. T. trict to lorni a Press Association. At such meetings various subjects could buggy call and price at Field &, be discussed that would be of much Holbfook before you buy. The benefit to each nnd everyone. Lymau Williams is ugeut for the First Congressional District editors Hopkinsvllle Steam Lauudry and have an Association nnd they have Dye Works. Save your laundry for regular meetings, which are very in- him. . teresting and good is being derived Prof. A P. Taylor, who has been work ot organizing therelrom. The spending some time in Henderson, should be taken up at once. has been the guest of Mr.T. J.Morton A'otlre, this week. Notice is herby given that we Leave your order lor Ice We will will, on the 18th day of August, 1896, deliver from S to 0. After that time n npply to the Kentucky.Citizens Association to issue a cer- we will not deliver. Car ron & Co. tificate for five hundred shares ot run in Hen of share No. 607 ning stock Judges L. P. Little, C. W. Massie, day C. S. Walker, and Attorneys J. V. heretofore, to wit: On the 1892, issued to, and being Lytle, E. B Anderson, Owensboro, ol the property of S. C. Taylor, now de- have been attending couit this week. a, 10 acres of land and 1 town lot . . 3 85 Watsou, Wade II. 198 . . . . 8 10 of prosperity " Young, Ezra 92 . . . . 7 00 Mr. Bryan holds out a cheetful prostown LOTS. workingmen pect to the No. lots Tax & costs and their families, the struggling Owner 1 Sullivan, R. B. 2 40 farmers and the almost bankrupted 1 . . . . $6 45 Olaughlin, Bridget merchant and manufacturers. 1 Wallace, Mary F. 4 20 He admits that free silver would produce a panic, but thinks the refor year 1896. Owner Acres Tax&costs sult would be beneficial in the end. Burns, W. P. . $3 05 Are the people ol the United States 32 6 20 who have just gone through three Earley, II. L. 120 . 5 20 years of ruitt and disaster willing to 100 Eisler.Wra. 228 . 12 25 enter upon will spend several weeks with relaanother awlul panic Dr. E. N. Kirkpatick, Alto Pass, Finch, W. L. tives and her many friends. 111 , passed through town Tuesday. Griffitb.Clinton Sr. 147 . . . . 5 20 merely to gratify the whims of youthMiss Eva South, Bowling Green, is He is out on a vacation and has been Holbrook, Lewis 13 . . . . 415 ful Mr. Bryan and his populistic . 7 20 compatriots? visiting Mrs. Daw Taylor. traveling through Tennessee and Hudson, Wm. T 861 Miss Antiie Westerfield, Rochester, Are the men who will do the voting 3 15 70 Kentucky for several weeks. He re- Hunter, W. II. is visiting her brother, Mr. Perry ports politics nil the talk in his travKissinger, J. W. 121 . . . . 7 20 next November ready to try anymore Westerfield and family. el, but that the free silver craze is Lee, Jas. E. 3 tracts 207 . . . . 12 70 experiments, when even Mr. Bryan Miles, C. F. The Misses Sowders have returned fast dying out. 32 3 15 himself promises no relief except affrom the Ellendale Fair. Miss Sara Rowan S. W. 5 65 ter another panic? 33 . Col. S. R. Dent, District Manager Triplett, Robert Collins, Hartford, stopped over with . 5 20 100 That is the question that will be of the United States Life Insurance Thlxton, John them for a few days. 154 . . . . 6 20 discussed by many a fireside between 600 . . . . 45 50 now and the election day. LexingThe Livery Firm of Laylor& Wad- Co., has been in town this week in Taylor Bro's. Col dle and the firm of Taylor & Co., the interest of his Company. No. lots Tax&costs ton Leader. Owner Dent stands very high with his ComTOWN LOTS. have consolidaded. 1 . . . This testimonial is unsolicited and . $6 15 The people of Beaver Dam regret pany and they regard htm as one of Long. W. F. My He will likely be Masterson, Pat to hear of the death of Dr. Geo. M. their best agents. 2 . . . . 4 15 for the benefit of humanity. daughter has been subject to severe Elwood, the manager of the K,ickapoo here several days. I . . . . 8 20 colds and croup and often taken with O'Laughlin, James Indian Show. A liberal reduction of costs will be violent coughing spells at night. Dr, The Ohio County Teachers' InstiMiss Attye Austin aud Bessie Nave made on any of above, if paid before day Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only evening after tute closed last Friday preparation I have founn that will rewere in Halt ford Tuesday evening. of sale, Aug. 7, '96. CP.Kf.own, lieve her. I think it is as necessary holding a very profitable and interestSheriff Ohio County, Ky. Mis. Shelby Taylor, Hartford, was as a life preserver in the house-hol- d Notwithstanding the ing session. in town Wednesday. on a steamboat. Res'y, extremely hot weather there was B. The dry goods firm of Hocker & Jessel, Jan. 18,1895. much interestmanliestedbythe teach202 W. Bridge St, Louisville, Ky. Co. are invoicing this week. By a vote of the In their work. For sale by Z. Wayne Grifffn&Bro., Mrs Georgia Coots was in Whites-vil- le ers druggist, and Reulrow Bros., Narteachers the Institute will be held at When IUI) wu lick, wo care her Cutorta. last week. rows, Ky. Whea ih wu a Chill, th crM for CutotU. Beaver Dam next year. ... Mr. Fred Daniel, Louisville, is iu Whin ihe became KKito clung to Outotta. Niiperlnleiiilrm's Kxmiilunllon. town. The following named persons have When th bad C JUreo ab gart tbm Cutorta. The following special appeared in Miss Beulah Coots was iu Hartford p lid their subscription to The the Louisville Times Saturday from Attye. Monday evening. since our last issue: R. A. Perry, Martha Mr. Bryan answered promptly as follows: "Yes, in my opinion, it would have that tendency. Dut if a man is sick there is no use putting of! giving him his medicine and letting him I think it will cause a panic. But the country is in a deplorable condition, and it will take extreme measures to restore it to a condition get-wors- half-starve- d .... .... ... .... ... ... ... .... .... ... ... t. Snve your laudry lor Lymau Williams. He lends it off Tuesday morning nnd receives it Thursday. Don't have to wait a week lor your laundry. Baby's Second Summer The I oats on Green river have agreed to deliver freight for our mer chants at Ceralvo for 7iCts per hundred. Thus you see Hint Rough River will be ol great benefit to us. McIIenry, Ky. I am authorized to appoint sub. agents; and nm prepared to furnish same with this wonderful remedy. Correspondence solicited. D. S. DUNCAN, Gen. Agt , McIIenry, Ky. 8t S If your baby does not seem to prosper, if he doe3 not gain In weight, you must get more fat there. A few drops of lMt MitnriiKy'o Nlurui. Reports from the lower end ol the county are that the Monu last Saturday damaged the crops to n large extent. Wm. Brown lost his entire crop of tobacco nud his other crops L. S. were considerably damaged, Smith lost fully half of his crop and several ol his outbuildings were damaged. Hugh Wilson and E S.Barnes The lost nearly nil ol their crop, wind seemed to be the hardest in the county between Ceralvo and Mcllen y. A 'irrt-cllo- ScoKiiufat Vur Kcnf. each day will put on plumpThe house and lot in Hartford ness; fat outside, life Irrlde, know aa the A B. Daird property. to A. C. Ellis, Agent baby andiinother both happy. F ,r terms opply Your baby can take and rellor D. A. 1), Baird, Haitford, Ky. 3 ish Scott's Emulsion as much In summer as In any other Remember our campaign ofler.Tiut Rbptuucan from now uutll ofier the season. Per Ml by .11 As our'frlends, the Hartford base ball club, have mlsuprtsentcit the ball game of July 31,1 will ink you to put this correction in your paper: The Fordsvllle ball club played a game with the Hartford team nil July 30th, The pcorewas 14 to 18 in fnvor of Fordsvllle We played 7 innings. We are now ready to pUy any team in the county fot $i$ oou a side. W. L. Wrioiit, Ky V election for ascts, cash, druggists t too. anJ i Fordsvllle, Byers, White Run; Thos. Allen, A.P. You need Hood's Sarsaparilla to King, Z II. Shultz, Hartford; Warren TRYING TO DODOE. enrich and purifiy your blood, create Mills, Bcda; W. M. Bryant, Horton; give sweet, refreshon appetite, and Candidal llrao Appeuli to National C L. Woodward, Centertown; Wm. Prejudice. ing sleep. Combs, Adaburg; J. W. Glasgow, In ilia speeoh which gained htm the Hartford; L. Worth Tichenor, Point democratic nomination, for president Hartford was baptized iu the silver Pleasant; J. M. Sanderfur, Horton; Hon. W. J. Bryan, ot Nebraska, bald, In of oratory when the four Demoriver reference to what he termed "the great Mrs. Isabelle Morgan, Maxwell. paramountlasue:" "My friends, wo ahall cratic candidates for Congress spoke declare that this nation fa ablo to legut the Court House last Monday, The A stimulant is often needed to islate for IU own peoplo on every quesspeaking was opened by W. II. Swee- nourish and strengthen the roots and tion without waiting' for the aid or tie), followed by D. R. Murray, D.H. to keep the hair a natural color. consent of any other nation on earth, It was Hall's Hair Renewer is the best tonic and upon that Issue we expect to carry Smith and II. II, Smith. every single state In this union." Circuit Court day and a large number for the hair. If this means anything it iuean that of people vereln town. There speechthe "paramount Issue" on which the es were about all of the same order as llvciite campaign Is to bo fought Is not frco silver atslxtcen toone, but the they were all iu the same political question whether this country is able boat and all after the same empty to legislate for its own people. On this We have warned these genhonor. Issue there can be no dispute. Of course tlemen to let this nomination alone tho United States can legislate without tho aid or consent of any other country. it is loaded. No advocate ot sound money will for a moment deny Mr. Bryan's assertion, Trim-mil- l Nolo, K, or I'. nor has anyone over done so. If conRough River No. no has just ad gress chooses to pass a law that the ded considerable piraphernhlia to her tldoa shall never rise mow than four feet along any part ot oisr seacoost, It already elegant outfit. She can be has a perfect right to do so. If the depended upon to keep up with the United States wishes to enact legislatitties. tion forbidding U10 Russian thlstie to grow, It is able to do so without the Some grand work was done in m consent ot any other nation. It conit. Second Rank ut last conventiou of gress chooses o fix the price of sugar Mr. KIIwihmI DfHil. Rough River i io. at four oente per pound, It can legislate News reached Hartfordlast Wednesto that effect without any aid from Rough River received three petiday that Dr. G M.Ellwood was dead. hated British or Frenchman. ThopoU membership at her meeting tions lor It has only been a few weeks since he no doubt about our ability to legislate last Tuesday night. on evry question wlUtout asking anywas here with the Kickspoo MediWork in Thiid Rank next Tuesday cine Co , and was In good health body's consent. But if congress passes foolish laws night. The presence of the full team His Company was at Whltesville and will they have any effect? That Is the is desired. Visitors are tnvlteU to be comhe was taken suddenly 111 and died real issue. Con the price of such alaws? present and see how Rough TUver in a short time thetealter. During modity as sugar be fixed by our Equally Impossible Certainly not. does her work. his stay in Hartford he made many would It be to fix the price of silver at Rough River Lodge itoK. of P. friends who will regret to hear ot his sixteen to one of gold. No believer in sound money thinks or says that we melts' at Castle Hall every Tuesday death. cannot pass a free and unlimited sixVisitors are always welcome. , night. teen to one coinage law. They da say, Visit us. and all tho experience of mankind proves that they are right, that under such a law this country ctuuiot alone t ATVmIIhiquIhI. New Anal maintain the value of sliver at tlio presWe cotislder"Wllmore's ent ratio, ytical Relcrence Bible" the best we Mr. Bryan's attempt to run away have ever seen, and take pleasure lu from the question as to our ability to No one can recommending it to all. raise the value of all the world's silver aflord to do the work necessary iu without Ue agreement (not consent, as he states It) ot the great commercial na"Bibles" fot the money this other tions Dhows the weakness ot the stiver Eacii of us have bought book cost. caiwe. Confusing the ability to legisa copy of this grand book, T'ais book late, which nobody denies, with the ability to control values by legislation is now being sold by Mr. J. W, Glasmay do for a stump speech. It will not gow in Ohio county. deceive tho American people, who know I Jno. P Morton, T. L. Gru'pin, well enough that our luws cannot fix l D, M. Hocker. I. R. Pirtui, the talus of sllw or of any other labor Sam A. Anderson, product. NOTICE: If your subscription is t ot paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deal. Frankfort: The Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mr. Davidson, has notified the other members of the State Board of Education that a meeting will be held here on Monday, August 17, for the examination of applicants for certo become tificates of qualification County Superindendcnts of Schools. As there will be no other such examination held for a year, it Is expected that numerous candidates and candidates for County Superintendents will be on hand. It mi y bs that county examinations will I e ordered all over the State ior the same day, but this matter has not b:en definitely decided upon.. CURED AT pror-pectl- vc 73 YEARS. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Ylctorlow. Noothermeillclnocan shownuch a record. Here Is a veritable patriarch. 73 jeara U aire, with strong prejudice toovercome, wh; bad Heart IMuom 15 year. He took the New Heart Cure and Is now sound and well. Notice! ionis not paid, please send in tho money at If your subscript1- - fliuiitf. O. Bronx. Orass Lake. Mich. Dee. S9.M. H Ibavo been troubled withheart disease as Team or more. Mont of the time 1 vaa bad It was pot safe ror me to so out atone, aa dluy spells would cause falling. I had aevero palpitation, shortness of breath and sudden pains that rendered me helpless. All physicians did for mo was to advlae keeping quiet. la August last I commencod taking once. One subscription is not much, but subscriptions 1,000 amount to a great deal. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, and before I bad finished the, first bottle I '???.i?"'r.n"K"T.r" P.ztit;; yvssa.. nOW UHHl IUUr UUlUDa mi kuv otlroly well I am T3yM.ra of z. Wll -. Z.Aa a.alnal r.atnt m All yva- 'a1" KTW. IIIUW Diy IltOa DUt 1 Will your 111 !.. I I V W.'-- gtvlnzmytoitlmonytotbeprcatcura t Dr. Miles' this to show my new neart uaro. on"ur. Dr. wiles tteart Cure tasold on PltlT fuarantee that toflrst tot tto wlIT n.U apprw-latloop- OUst IT, U II nt Dr. Allies' Heart Cure m m jtf fnt jy v R jv ' Hartford Republican Friday, Auoust PLATFORM 7, 1S9O. FALLACIES. False unit Ml.lenitlnic Aa.ertlnna by the Iremoeratlo Naltnuiil Convention. The ileclarallun of financial prllict-pic- a put forward by the democratic com out Ion Is Hlui-vvmlxtuiv of cheap tuoney deliiffltinn, half trutlia nnd wholly tiufotindit nti'rtlonn. lta alleged Rtntomcntof facts liruvfrniiitMit. Jy been Rliovvn. to bo untrue; In pltoof ibis Mipy wero ilcllborufoJy Indornetl by n majority of Uio repnwcnttli pu of tlio tlrruocrntlo party. Sinew tlio tmi(lnrU Tnlecd at Chicago will 1k imxhI (o rally ull tho forces of Bllvcrlwn, flatism, currency debasement nnd dobt repudiation. It Ixxjomcn necessary to refute onco mora tlto statements on which Uio 'American people arc asked to support tho democratic candidates. T(iU can bo briefly and cfTrctlvely done by a comparison of tho assertions of the Chicago platform with tho simple facta. BtLVUn CLAIMS. BOUND MONEY KACTH "Tho constitution names sliver and Tho constitution Hold together as the does nothing of tho monov metals of tho kind It does not contain a line or itlnlteil States," ffwru wnicn can to twisted Into meaning that cold and nil-- 1 vcr shall be the Mnnfiv mntaU nt tlirt y country. Article 1, "No stato shall enter Into any treaty, alllanco or confederation, Rrant letters of marquo and renl 11 I "The first coinage law passed by con- made the silver ollar the money unit and admitted gold to free coinage at a ra- tlo based upon tho slUer dollar unit." ' i '! "Wo declare that tho act of 1673, de- monetizing s 1 1 v or the knowl- edge or consent of the American peo-pie, has resulted In tho appreciation of gold." mentioned. Tho first coinage law passed by con- gross mode both gold and silver coins the unit or measure of value. Tho Spanish milled dollar was made the unit of number, but the coinage of gold was based on a fixed number of grains of gold, and not on a. ratio with the Blher dollar. Tho coinage lawof 1S7S was paesed after three years' dlscus-wlthoslon In congress, and It was printed 13 times In tho course of Its enactment, The speeches In both the house and senate during tho proceed-- , Ings on the bill show passed by congress. Thero Is no proof that gold has appre-elated. Measured by Its labor cost that make anything but gold nnd sliver coin a tender In laj ment of debts." The denial of the right of the states to mako anything but gold and Bllver legal tender Is very far from naming those as of motals metalsthe "money tho United Statoa" In. nn nthpr nflrt of the constitution la gold or silver even prisal, coin money, emit bills of credit, that the change was made as oDenlr as any other law ever . !j ! . I the amount of labor necessary to obtain a given quan tity of 1t gold is cheaper than Is, to-d- " We are unalter- ably opposed to rnon- ometalllsm. which has locked fast the of an Srosperlty people In- In the raralj sis of bard times." t. The freo coinage of stiver bullion, of hlch 30 ounces are worth less than ono ounce of gold. Into legal tender dollars vv In 1SJ3. "Gold monometal- l a nrltlsh pol- - It Is not only but i " We demand the free and unlimited colnngo of both nil- tho errand tpresent cold 'atratio legal of sixteen to one, without waiting for tho aid or consent of any other nation, Wo demand that tho standard silver dol- lar shall be a full legal tender, equally with gold, for all public and private." 1 to one gold dollar, would at once force this country on a sliver basis and thus bring about the monometall Ism which tho sllverltes pretend to oppose. It is also the poll-llscy of France, Ocr-Ic- y, many, Austria, ly, Delglum, 8 land and other civilized nations. Silver monometallism. which would be tho certain result of freo coinage at sixteen to one, Is the policy of China, India, Mexico and Japan. Arc tho gold using or sliver using coun- tries mo most en lightened and prosperous and worthy of being Imitated by Americans? This is a demand only 2 cents shall be declared equal In value to a gold dollar worth 100 cents In face of tho fact that tho rest of the world refuses to Join In establishing an arbitrary ratio gold nnd between silver It Is also a demand for leglsla-debt- s, 1 1 o n making debt contracted on a 100- cont basts payable In dollars It Is a frank assertion In favor of debasing tho currency by adopting tho cheap silver standard. It means that one-ha- lf of the property of tho millions of creditors of the country shall bo taken away from them by law, and that If the aro successful they will bring on a financial panto by threatening Investors with the loss of half their capital, thus forcing them to can in an mm loans. at a. ratio of sixteen Ida UielrrKtrrn tnoni jil (form, It will It will ut Inot only pirnlyce bii'ncs terly destroy It, There w 111 lie scarcely a hnnk or business houno In the land 'that will not go down before the storm ill w 111 send gold to almost 100 per cent premium, and. n measured with silver every tiling else will go up In vultnwlUi It. but n It will tnko twice us nianj 'dollnrs ns now to buv the same nrtlclt ,lt will be of no earthly ndvnntngotc an) two except the man who ovvci idehU that he hns nnt promised to pnj In gold. Ills silver dnllnrs will pay such in (Wlit just ns dining tho war green backs would pay one, nlthoiigh worth but 31 tvntn on the dollnr, but thev will onlv buy half ns much flour ot clothlii: or groceries nn now. Hut If In owes money to Ixink ot money lenders- - aitd who docs not? II protected themseltes by who hn-gold eoi tr i ts, he will hnve to take twe ,of IiIh nl'u r dollars to buy one In gold nnd at t! e - ime Hire, owing to the genthe.v will be eral Mnrnrt'in In harder ti t hold of than fold dollar! nre nov II will be of no advantage tc the silver Mntes. bccnn'O their sllvct vv 111 le hut ns 1 mil to get from the ground ns now, and n pomwl of It will buy no tnnio steel or powder or any ot the necfsntles of life than now. Hut the ln1orlng mnn will le the one who will suffer the most. The Comvtock miner will still get four dollars per day, the laborer two dollnrs nnd the clerk $C0 to $7S per mouth, but It will be In silver, nnd, as It Is now In Mexico, It w 111 only buy for his fpmllv or hlmrclf w hat It w 111 The same will bo the cnRo with the crippled veteran, their widow nrxl orphans, who ore now igettlng pensions. Its c.uYct will le tc scale th.--lr religions. Its effect will be 'to scale their pensions down There Is not otic of the arguments ol the sllverltes that ennnot be completolj nnd miccessfully refuted, I'reo colnnge , to one by this country alone at cannot pollilv benefit nnyonc, but It ' enn bring fearful dltifss upon all. Attnehln? llnmn IlntMer. Tlio sllverlte candidate for president nominated nt Chicago ikclaredt "Wo arc fighting for our homes, our nnd posterity." Mr. Drynn neglected to say ltovv n policy of debt repudiation nnd property confiscation ivvould efltnblbvh more flnnly the right of men who build homes" to ovv n them. If, as he noems to think, the fact that porno debtors nre xxr Justifies ttie wholesale robbery of creditors would not the. same logic entitle the millions who hnvo no land or homes to share the property of the farmers who hnve by hnrd work soeurtd a home nrd a little wealth? Oin nn agitation which attacks capital nt'il proxrty rights Le itruly wild to 1a; u movement In defenso of the tropic's homes? There aro nlxxit 'n,000,C0O who have savl up a little money ami dopoltol It hi savings and other banks or In bulldlngnjid loan associations. A lnige proort!on of the S,000,000 havo saved from their small earnings In liope of one dny hnv. Ing enough to pet a home for their old inge. Mr. Bryan's sixteen to one scheme would cut tlio value of all these savings In two. Is that n policy In defence of i the American home? "righting for our i homes" sounds well, righting to pre- - ' vent thi masses from getting homes would be a more trutlifiil statement of tho sllverlte ngltation. e one-ha- lf one-hnl- f. I I fnnt-llle- n Anii-rlcar- rj I a loif 'bf rj- - ifrehn, goTs rfir n3 Whero nrtlsnns of nioro than usual Intelligence wero collected In great numbers, ns In tho dockyards nt Chnthnm, they wcronblo to make their complaints heard nnd to obtain some redress, lint the Ignorant and helpless pcnRnnt wns cruelly ground between, one class vvhleh would give money only by talc and nnother wlilch would take It only by weight." Mucnulay's History of Hnglnnd. Gonoral Uiroctory. STATK OPt'lCIALS. Governor William O. B'ailloy. V. J. Worth-ingtoLieut. Governor BecrolaryofStato Attorney General a iiditor-Siiiii- ucl Charles Finlcy. W. S. Taylor. Will Uncle fcami:verllo In This Condition? Jr v (L ury 0 d t that ether worth V. S. IVgosliI on. If I get solier do It ngain. Worst boozo ever got tils time, I'll never I'oor Argument for Free silver. The free coinage agitators ask tho people to vote for tlio sixteen to one schemu on tlve ground that tho bankers, manufacturers nnd merchants aro all in favor of a sound currency. "If the Krvnold. Cnstorhs Is Dr. Stimuid IMtchcr'H prescription for Infanta banking and business Intercuts nre Insuranco Bureau Commissioner nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Mornhlno nor to free silver," nay tho cheap dol- I). W. Coniitignro. lar advocates, "tho formers nnd workother Narcotic MilKtunco. It Ih n harmless Htlbslltttto Adjutant General U. K .(Jollier. ers should support it. There must lie Slttlo Librarian Mrs. Mary Uruvvn for Paregoric. Drops, UmiUiIng Sjrtipi, and CtiNtor OIK something good for tlio poor in this It In Pleasant. Its t;tmptntco Is thirty j cars' tiso by freo eolnago scliwno Just becnuso tho Day. ltAII.UHAI) COMMISStnNKltS. rich jiooplo do not want It," Of all Millions; of MoUierx. Ctnttortit destroj s "WoriiH nnd allnjl nnd demagogic pleas for 00 Jim C. Wood, chairman; J. F. fovcrlKhncs. Castorla prevent vomiting Sour Ctml, cent dollar UiIb Is tho worst. An Pptnpfy, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary cures Dlnrrhrun nnd AVlntl Colic. Castorla relieves similar argument would be a de- SamutlF, Brown. I mand on tlio partof tho millions who tlo teething tronlilcn, ettrc constlpntlon nnd llatnlcnoy. coNtirtEseioHAU not ovv n homos or bulldlngsof any kind Cnatorta assimilates tlio food, regulator! tho Htomacli Hint nil houses sliould bo burned down Senators linn. William 0. LintN bccnu-innd liovvols, giving lunlthy unit natural uleep. CasIt would hurt property owners. Bay, linn. J. C. S Blackburn. There Is no doubt but that every man Rcprcnentativo Fourth District torla is tho ChIlilrcli,.s,Pr..tneoit the Mother's Prleinl. in America vv ho ovv ns n. building would Hon. John W. Lewis. havsny, if asked, that lie Is opposed to Castoi'ia. Castqria. BTATK MAIISIjATUKK. ing his proxrty destroyed. Hut thnt w ould lie no raison w hy tho people who "C.tori I. an (mllcnt iilMlcfn'e forchl'-ftrtn- . 'Ca.torla I. no veil ailrpleit tnchllJren that 8cnator Hon. A. 1) JntncH. Mother, lint rcrxntiUly luU iu ot lit I recommeiKl It a. .ujier lor tu any )urclltlon have no liomcti sliould favor arson. The Rrprecntatlvo Ohio County Hnn. Coud tffctl upon thilr cLUJitn " known tome attempt to create a prcjudlco in favor C. M. Harnett. It A. Aciir. M II, Pi O. C. runnnn, of debt repudiation because Imslnem III !Vi. Oxlonl bt , llrooltlin, N Y. , M.. "oil 10 countS In lioncitv men and bankers liellcve "C.itori. 1. tlie lot r.urlr furclilMim r cimi never succeed with COUI.T OIlSCltlT "Our phyilflvn. In the tl IMren'i Jeriart. which I am Acquainted 1 hci tli daj U 11U ment hae .jioten highly of their tipeil-niclionorable cltlrens. They will decide Hon. W. 'J'. Owpii, .Itidpo Owens fir dlitant vvhru notlitr. will oituMtr the In their outtlde piactK-- with Catlorla, tho stiver question on its merits and born, real tntcrc.t of their cliiMrtn. ami vie Ca.torla ami althoui;!i t only have anions our will not Is- - led astray by appeals to Hon. J. Edwin ltowo, Attnriiey In.tcaJ of thevarlou. qu.i.1. nvatium. vhkh medical .ufiillr. what l kiiuwit a. regular one class to vote for cheap and trashy Oieiifl)oro. their totul om , y foulnj product., vet wc arc fric tu coufea. that the are dcbtroyln money merely becnuso it Is favored by t;iiui 1, niorplitu?. .nothlnr; .)ti n amt otlur merit, of C.itoiia ha. un vt to look with J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. another class. hurtful actili ituwii their tlituati, tlicrtb favor ujiun It " G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. cudluff theruto tirematuie rraxi " INltLII ltOSrlTAL AM) llirSNAV, Tho Common lople. Da. j, 1'. KiNuir.tnn, B. D. Bingo, Master Commissioner lloaton, Maia, At this crisis the claim Is made that ALLtX C 8VITII, V Couwi), AiL. Hartford. Ilryaji resembles Lincoln In his faith In G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Tho Centnur Compnny, 77 Murray Stroot, Nov YorV City. This is n. lino of "the common Hartford. comparlvn Unit Ilryan's friends havo Cal. P. Kenwn, Sheriff Hartford. made a mistake in suggesting. Lincoln realized thnt In the long run tho mass Deputies Samuel Kcovni Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. of tlio peoplo nre honest In their Inclinations and arc not to be misled for any Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Slovens, great length of time. Tho common Cromwell. peoplo know an honest dollar from a Court convenes first Monday in BY OOINQTO THC fraudulent dollar. They know the dif- March and August and continues three ference between statesmanship nnd weeks, and third Monday in "May nnd fim, They cannot he LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, two weeks. . . V. permanently blinded by dazzling epi- November i. h. ( , COURT. COUNTY & grams of tho picturcsqnc attractions of ik.vJ"ii aLy In (be Ate. Theater Building, on 4th bet. Green Walnut John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. j outh and eloquence. Common sense is ' hi. la the place where you can have ) oar deatal work dona better and for le.a money than la D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. the Inalienable heritago of tho common Kvery operator la t hi. office la an report graduate of uot le.. thaa i.uv i Uicroukeinlhe South aod wllltag to glv you any E. P. Neal. Attornev-Harlfor- tl. people. P. L. McConlhec. ltt vMr.'Xo Icier imnember no.iudeutt) iaabUmake every branch of dentl.try advice pe. VV. a .lalty. in t.lulitir to either mi natural or artitKliI teeth. Court convenes first Monday l'lenty nf Illmetallltra Now. each month. of teeth ou rubW, 15.00, gnarantMtl In fit and araln.t breakage for fire year.. X I!et Wo have bimetallism in tlio United written uutranter given with every net. tiolj rllllagafiai and up; I'nre Silver fllllnga, 7Jc; all quArtrEnLT couut. plvolc fllllin.'., .vc Oor crown and bridge work, or ireth without ptale. are a Arm, States In ev ery sense of tho term. If tho Begins on tho third Monday in other and iervueabieaiiyOBr natural trtii.anii at price, i.iw.rinau ine towe.i. atrunir gold man w ants gold, he can get It, If VVecan extract vr tocllt and put In new one aame day. Teeth extracted, 25c., and ab- January, April, July and October. the silver nvon wants silver nt sixteen aotuteiy wttnont pain, i on can maae apnHniaienia uy man. All ccnftulitlott live. K lady a I. COURT OK CLAIMS. taklu attendance, At to one, he can get It. Ilased on theso two Convenes first Monday in January, metals mid redeemable In them, or llko them. In the products of the world (tho and Tuesday after the fourth Monday final redeemer of nil moneys) we hove in October. In the Avcnuo Theater Building-- , 4th St., bet. Green and Walnut the greenback, tho treasury note nnd OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. tha national bonk note, so that if the cit G.S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur izen prefers paper to either gold or sil- Springs. PREPARATIONS FOR THKver, it Is within his reach. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartMexico's Silver Hollar, iteilco has freo nnd unlimited coin- ford. age, nnd yet tho Mexican silver dollar, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur although larger than ours, Is quoted in Springs. J?ew York, Tarls, London ond Berlin at Ol Niveuiber 3 uie nlivudy well iiniler way A upt Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse 32 cents. It sliould be sold also that In Keeper, Hartford. Mexico It Is w oi th but 52 cents In gold, justices' courts. nnd that It passes there and elsewhere Fordsville. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's at Its bullion valuo as measured by the Ferry, March 21, June 20, money of commerce. September 19, December 1.9 IKTOUKKLECrBD, AN' I) ilUKORi). Ben F. Graves March fi. R. Sutherland Med. Co : GnST.s- :- I write this letter because 2G, June 25, September 24, DecemI believe j ou li tve made a discover ber 24. in a cough, cold, throat nnd lung remHARTroiti). A S, Aull March 5, edy that the people ought to have. I Juno 4, September 3, December 3. refer to Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Hotiey. I Woodward Rosine. C. L. have thoroughly tested it and know March 13, June 12, September 11, Will, a nhvnyg Iip funnel in tbe tliicltMf ol tlip figlii, bull iii(! merits. its wonderlul It cures. December 11. fur 8'iunil Diipint'ff l'riiiciiilic, liirli will lrirt' I'nvp'titv In tin- - Nttin. Any one who ever needs a remedy of '.u.lv th. Inuling THE NEWYOHK WEEKLY TltllUNE Crojiwell. Jont B. AVileon be never tliould this kind Ilepublicnu iifivvinicr in tliu uiiintiy, but is I'icEiiiiih oily ti Niilimuil March 7, Juno 7, September 5, Dewithout a. bottle ol Dr DeH's Pine Family Nevvspajier. cember 5. Tar Honey. JnRUV M Portp.r, Its campaign newn nnil ilieui'inin will interrt every Ann rienii ritizm Glass nnd Queensware, All tlio nevvsot tliedny. Foreign Uorrespomleitce, Agriculltiriil DepartLouisville Dental Co.. P.iduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1S95. ment, Market RcporU, Fuebion Platte witli eliilmratu ilthcriiii'ins nml vaFor sale by Z. Wayne Gnfun&Bro , riety of items ol liounelinld iuioroM. make up an iilrul Fuinilv Phikt druggist, and Renfrew Bros , NarNVeluruiabTllE KEPUULICAN nml LEW YOlilv WEEKLY rows,, Ky. TIHHUNE, Imtli impori. H. Stono. Treasurer Gen. W. Long. Comiiilruinner nl Agriculture, llur Statistics Lucas und ticiilturo Moore, Hiiperinlpnilcnl 1'iililin liiMrurltnii-Ge- o M, Ditvivm. Ueglster Ltnil Office 01ms. 0. nrr 5JSSCS!SS2SUii What is Hlp.iiia Tn Dill cs euro nausea. ltlpatiB Tnbtilcs : at (IriigRlflUt. lllprtns Tnbtlleg cure tllzzlnesri, Itlpaii" TaliulPit euro licnilncha. lllpaim Taliulcn nirn llntiiliinco. ItlpanaTaliulefl euro ilypeprit. Uip.mii labuii.' Mli.iiiiTnhiilra KIlutinTniiiili'S HIptiiHTabiilco lllpaiiH Talmlra ItlpaiinT.ilmlos ItlpiuuT.diitlPH HIpanoTtlnilPB ItlpniiBTnliulPs sa3Cisv;c?ssyx'35Nsxs3fr rtire btlluuancns. nun cIvpb roller. euro 111 Jlcostloii. rurotorplil liver. gpntlo cathartic, euro coriBtlpatloii. for Bouritotnnch. plenRnpt laxntlvc. KipntiBTabtilpR ctirollvcptroiiblpB. Kl ttm TalmlcH nanlRt illKentlon. tllMiinii TnlillloH cure linil liniitli. f B wwrl I&A KBBBffJMHBKMaflaaXaJBBffbK.BB,aV obtained and all rat- and Trade-MarCaveala, entbuilneuconductedfor MootlUTC flta. iiwatanietura pattul u leM una Inaa tbuM Jremoie front Waihinrton. Bend model, drawing or photo., wtih dearrlp- J lion, vva auviie, li pai.maoia or noi, irt. charce. Oar. fee not due till petcnt 1. Meurcd. . " wl,V HUm ,rt IVl.i.U icon ol aame in the U. S. and foreign oouatriu Jieut free. Addrctf, H bwJ OunOrriciloppoaiTCO.B.aTiNTOrnet .. Plttt. o C.A.SNOW&CO. Orrici. WaiHinavoN. n. WWvynrnnrfvnrvfrwwv c a PaviNT D. M l.H-t- .1, d, e ys'y'WTrrerapsfq SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY fh!'. "' rht L --, V ,H :r9 I notice our pmoca. CHILL TONIC DlulVUri TANTKI.KM1 CIIIIJ. TONIC and have Louaht uirea KTti.. already tht. year. In all oar ex porterco . I It rear. In the drug builnen. hava never wld nn artlrta that give .urn unlver.al tour, trulr. ua your unle. AtixiT.Caua A CO. TASTELESS CO eta. Oir.ATii, lixa.. Nov. U, lu. rarlaatedlclnafa, bt Unit., Mo. rino boUlM ot t.entiecicn We antit lut rear, WARRANTED. PRICE 13 JU3T AS COOD FOR ADULTS. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS. - 1'or sale by Williams & Bell. trrftlnnlbf Nitatirtins. trfMt ntlftllr fM Im I frS CT mthi 1 ?. BATTLE Mnkti p HaI hlnwM. DR. SNYDGR. XlSSSSZlSi'iSSZSfc R.I.P.A-N.S PATIENTS TREATED DY MAIL Tor lirtlrtiltrt Ulrfw, wttb vurnf, IT OF THE DMTED STATES H PET Bill, vipi-nuisl- .. ABULES REGULATE THC STOMACH, LIVER AND DOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. RirAXA TAI.UI.rJI artt.VM4 MUU ! kaw Tmr Ib11i(Ib II II Ml CfcrU llralait.f,rtlBatlB, ! vtLl)cnu tAjnriom to thaaaovlilcItrataoofumaUoa, Ar tl-- ft tftka. via,fl(rctvul, at gtr LntnaJUu rslUf ItW--0 ordar4 M7 fU twr .nroDiariaiTiaruriin,or vjuuuu cuaipii lJtrTrkI,llsElaM,lt4CiUaU4i aJI UjMaUrr, r..lv Urtalk, Llvar aa4 Bawtla. f la rlr rJrna Sttaa, Talil eonuln nothliyr tx. . Ad'lrciM mmA !, t THE RIPANS CHEMICAL i t ruccK inurT, nKir tore 'j THE QUICKEST 4j-- e VOIE FOR SILVER ORE YEAR Adilreas nil orders to tlio And you Will bo Voting n. fixed Are jou A gainBt Your Own In- Balary? Vote for fieocoltingo and jou votu to roduee jour Hilary 30 per cent., torosts. To Officeholders. fin officeholder with In ono respect at least tho Chicago platform Is to bo commended. It U a otralghtotit detloratlon of revolutionary doctrines nnd repudiation principles. Kveryono who supports it will know just what ho Is voting for, nnd the American peoplo will hnvo only thcnieleH to blame. If they nre foolish enough to Indorse .v policy which would bring widespread ruin and poverty nnd end In jiatlon.il bankruptcy und dishonor. Whldrton Graham. Aro jou a wagoearncr? Votoforfre oolnugti nnd you voto to reJuco your la Wuga 12uruero. 60 pir cent, until jou cun, by striking or threatening to strike, get buck a part of tho reduced purchasing In which jour power of the dolla wages wnges aro jxilil. Never Jllurt the xUrkliicuen. Suppostv it to bo trtui thut free coin-ag- o will doublo tho pi Ico of wheat and other food products, where does tho worklngmon como In, with doublo prices for hit bread, meat and tlio like nnd the same old wngc? To Follry Holders. Do vou hold n nollcv In a life or tiro .insurance company? Vote, for free coin- ngo and you vote tomluco iy one-nn- ii I tho value of your policy. JUSTICE DIGELOW'S VIEWS. Ntnucla'4 lrout Jurlit Telli Who 1 rH Colnugo ll Injure. Chief Justice It. II. Dlgvlovv, of th( 'Mijirenie court of Neviuln, hml a letter ir u recent Ismuo of tho Itcno (Nov.) whlcli stutc soniu of thu ctTixiti of sixteen to ono f reouolnugo v cry clear- Jy. Hero Is a mrt of his letter; ' It Is not to lie deiikd that tho icpub llnum of thin fctnte urn hatd hit by t!w action of tho St. Louts convention upor the monetary ptlon. 'lhu free colli ngeof kllvur U believed to bo ho much to 'the udwintngo of Nevada us usllvci producer, und wo have for bo man lyeuts luurd nothing but freo eolnuge u Thete nre, we suppose, sime men To Pensioners. in every community who feel they Do j ou draw a pcnMon? Vote for freo should vote for silver. We shall coinage ami jou vote to cut yovtr pension hi two In tlto middle, because un- enumerate them, Kvery man v. hose wages are too der free colnngo jour dollars would purchase only half as much ns now. high should vote for silver and get them reduced. VICTIMS OF CHEAP MONEY. Kvery inin whose market bill is too Maraulay's Uemrlptlon or bulterers by Clipped Colim In the 8erenieatli On-t- o low should vote for lrcc silver nnd get it raised Free colnnge ntblxtecn to ono Isequlv-aleKvery man who thinks lie gets too to dipping from 13 to 30 cents from the present dollur. It would give much sugar for a dollar should vote un a debiihed dollar of varying value. for free silver and have the price ol Thu world has had experience with sugar go up. clipped coins. Pooily minted coins Every man who thinks shoes and timo made It during Queen niialx-'tliV- i easy to clip them. Coin clipping was clothing too cheap sliould vote for curried on extensively during the rest free silver mid have pticcs go up. of tho blvtcenth and during all of tho Every man who thimks hoti-.- rent seventeenth century. Ily 1C05, too low sliould volefor free silver aud tells us, " It could lumlly lo sold that tlio count ry possessed, for practical have it doubled. Every man who thinks building too pUfpxxses, any meiusure of the value of commodities." cheap sliould vote for free silver and Rpenklng of the effects upon tho higher prices for building uinteriajs. peoplo at large of tills delMised coin of Every man who wants his Hie inuncertain value, this great historian snja that "It may well bo doubted surance cut in two should vote lor whether all tho misery which had been free silver. Inflicted on tho Ihigllsh nntlon In a Every man ulio wants the money qunrter of a century by bad kings, bad minUtci-H- , bud parliaments ami bnd he hns put in saving banks pnld to judges wns equal to the misery ennsed him In depreciated silver should vote In a couplo of years by bad crowns and for free coinage. bad shllllngH." IIo describes tho w Every man who has invested In nnd effects In the following building nnd loan associations and is "Hutwhen tho grcatlnstrumcntof ex- willing to have thenisettlent 50 cents change- became thoroughly dernnge!, on the dollar should vote for Bryan. nil trudc, nil Industry, wero smitten ns Every man who wants his pension with a palsy. The evil wns felt dally paid In silver should vote lor Bryan. nnd liourly In almost every place nnd For free silver means fitst, a conby nlmost every elnsa. In the dnlry nnd on tlio threshing iloor, by the nnvll and traction of the currency and ol credit; by tho loom, on tho billows of tho ocean commercial disaster; discharge of laand In the depths of the mine. Nothing could le purchnscd without u dispute. borers, and then a rapid advance in Over every counter there w as wrangling the prices ol all the necessaries ol life. from morning to night. Tho workman Higher wages would be a long way ami Ids employer hnd a qunrrol us reguoff, and in such emplojiucnt ns raillarly ni tho rkitunluy enme round. On n fair day or a market day the clnmnrs, roads, strict cars, and municipal and the reproaches, the taunts, the curses, national service it would be j ears bewero iniessnut, and It wns well If no fore nn advance come3 to ofliet, the booth was overturned nnd no head higher pries tor those things men broken. No merchant would contract to deliver goods without making some must buy to live. stipulation aliout the quality of tho coin nt Mac-caulork-Ine: for under free colungo the snmo number of dollars w 111 purchnso only half as much n nt pivsent. UAUTKOUI) UKPlHUCAN. L0BlSlflHEIIElllPM5 Direct Connection. Foe CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. 1 1 4 W.M.St. - Write your nainc and mldress on n postnl cnnl, wnd it to Geo. W. lies Room 2, Tribune Building, New York Citv. nod sample copy olTHU NEW YORK WERKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to jou. 3HCsLi'ti:Oi,3.. 3?Ly. OWEiSBORO,KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $ up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting lree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located 1 Direct Connection, lor all Polnta In Tbla la tho beat market and our. I. tho beat Iioutc to thlp to. Wo mako liberal on cnn.lKiimcnta. Dealdca vro hara better facllltle than other houaca In baring get you tho top prlco and pay tpotcaah; not lu many largo factnrlca to cupplr. trade. No traTollug agenta. rJblp all jour wool aud farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, 110 Third Street, or 319 to 810 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. PAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERf Write for Information tothcneare.vagentoi the Cheaapeaka, Ohio A Southweatern R. at. JOHN ECHOLS, POSITIONS GUARANTEED. Enter at any time. Cheap board. puat novacft wirihu. wir Mention this paper. Send fur free lltiutrateU catalogue lire Will accept notes for tuition, or can Ueuo.lt money In bank until position Draughon's Mr. Will Skillman has had the sore He has tried many eyes for years. doctors and reme ies, and has always failed to get relief until we sold him a tube ol Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve, which cuted him inside of one Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey week. sells well and cures. Res'y, January Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H. Skillman. Buras, Ky. For sate by Z. Wnync Griffin & Bro., diu'ggist, and Retiirow Bros., Narrows, Ky. VlLLS. M. MltVKK &Co , Buras, Ky. 15, 1895. Tavarl-an- a To lUAuinuuui ibai lloo'ileeplns, Penmamblp, Shorthand, Tvpowrltln', Teltsrapliy, etc. aiic moil tkorontk Itacticalfn&progrtHivt achoolaof the kfnJ In tiievtrtll i,;. llm belt tatrxmlttd onea In the South '.....v u; w..k,. iiici(.iiaui,aiuinici, aiiu fKiicra I'uuru fries In finolckrettlnir tellh iniMmint iuiwcivq wcck. ujineoiu pian, 1 htlr I'rnldeiil laauthu' of " Urauhon'a New byitcm ot liookkcriv. I tr." which cannot be taueht In nnv other acliool. ..fin nn Elvento anvtolUire If wecnaiot jhowmnie wrltlrn Ainllcatlora for brjoVAemera and yUUUiUU atenographera. received In Wtfailluiilitmnnhi I mii any other five Dualneu College, in the South, all " comimrJ," can ihow 10 1.4vt received In the paat fittytan. We eipend mote inniwjrln thelnteretofourKmploymrtit Dct'ittmrtit It, si nyril.er l'u. ColkelnTenn. takes Ina. t iltl.i. S300.00 Amount Wl t,ioilcpo.itr lln 1 i,a rMnleethatvtehaveln thenast ful. . lined ami win In the ruture rum I. our S'uriMe - coi imitvu aruur. We have premreil cnieitaUy rorAowriifiy.booksoti Hooltk-enlSliori Uau n?id lVi.n iiuhin. WrifACnrnrirUit.t I'Ror. Dkaucuon- -I now have at b. tkr I , tt and atcnoRrapher for the Southern Company, of thU place) aalary,J; vji rmon r,r'ery ..eli i lltu yourbookjonbookkeepluir ami ahorthand prepared for home t.ait.!i lAiMilm,,-- , I, flll,Aik. it Practical y& &&& X'W''lC ' &?? r . S-- Uen'l alanrr. I S. 0, HA TCH, Oen'l I'aaa. KY. At Nashville, Tenn., OUI6VILLE. .vmorioan Stonm Lttundr 1'itiscr.To.v, Dues th fint-- Ky., work of Kentucky, work in all guaranteed. xrtt not torn up, hut aro in in Rfwid laundry any The Goods rotitrn-e- tl condition. Laundry 5?lnppod on Mon-du-y, roturnod on Friday. CLA.KKNCE Casebibr irAItTKOllD, ti?? XK FOOD iRonts UarvcBt Jlmo! - lii'i'oi- 'BHYAH AHU SEVELL Only nullieiitic Hiotaiiliy of the Demncr.itic No nlnecs for President and ahead ol iillotlit-rTills will be the Democrttlc II ind Pikiv: ot iSyfj ami tuillloiu will l sold. This uill bo tilt year of jeais fit the sale of Campaign UiMk.4, lorthcit never liai bten such excitt mcut ami controversy over a N.itl.in il cleciiuu DouU will be handsomely ilhtiit ttdj 651 pniei on fine i.iu r, Cloth riiKlinp Kiudiiii! $ I S', h.ilf $2 on; li) nt til postpaid. Very Liberal Terms to Atji'iitH. Aiteuts ut t to wtuk (puce, wi'iirc the cii am ol lilt Ottniiieb.s, autl Coin Morey. Stuil lorelfgant I'rospecttii lo cents by mull, and tnke orders nt onct.'. Address,' rUUMHilERS' SUPPLY CO , .t s Ky, Agt. J. 0 R, PJRTLE jcfgWjiv KS REURALOIA "Uuiiiont nlmo." IUIS cured by Dr Jill At bll Urucultt FRENCH NERVE V -- Si A. P. T. L. denied form and acta at once upon the aeiual organ., developing tone and atrcngth, driving out dlaeaae germ.. Imparting healthy.vlgoroua of old or yonng. entire Lur 'I 1 R'JssirsrLOSt manhood, iss in back;, nerrou.neaa, auccta of aell abu.e, eiceaaea and Indlacrctlona. Ke.torea .mall weak organa and loit vitality In MALE OR FEMALE. Kcmovca adecl.ol tob.cco.oplum and liquor, ward, offlnianlly and con.umptloo. Slop, nightly cmi.lon., evil dreama and wait. Ingdlaca.ea, curca Indlgcallon.dlislnc.bead. acne and general debility. Kcmovca blotcbea and plmplca. apeedlly relieve, thoie afflicted with weak memory, confu.lon o( Idea., aver, alon to aoclcly and aeaual eib.uitlon. Curea when other, fall. No unplea.ant (Bectafrom lta uie. By mall accurcly aealed t box. Six boxci , with a guarantee to cure or refund the money. Convenient to carry In veat pocket. Addre.a all mall ordera to The American Protective Tariff Leagu is a national organization advocating "Protection to American Labor and Industry" at explained by its constitution, as follows : "Th.obj.ct of tM Lju. idill b. to proUot l.lrr by t Unff on Import., which .li.ll .JiQu.tily iisum Am.riC.n irtdu.tri.1 product. iint ti. ompil.tion of for.it n Itbor." Ami-io- n DENTIST HARTFORD, KRNTUCKY. Trices most of Dental Operations. Office over Williams St reasonable. Hell'H Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air ad miniatercd for painleu attraction of Is prepared to do any and all kioda I Bcoumlitl Ixiugbt with IlrltUh gold Hut thero Is unotlier side to tho ipjehtloB thut Ubclluvtd In bl nee rely by million! of as pure patriots as any who believe In free colnngo of silver. Any mini whe savs th.it this country can nlouo double the Mil no of all the kllvcr of tho worli land bring It and gold to pur Ih uthei Ignoruntof thg leisoiikof tho laiforht willfully nhuta bin eyes to tlieim If the fri'cilerilr rnrrv thv.'"f tlou tjils full Klxteeu toonu"iiigumviits, thatwt hav o ul most eoiuo to tho conclusion that nooneraii think otlierwlto who Is not o "at In which tin wns to be pnld, Kven men of business wen! often liovvlldered by the, i on fusion Into which nil iiecunlnry traiiMiet Ions wero thrown. Tho slmplo and the enrcless weroplllnjred without mercy by extortioner, whose demands grew even inoro rnpldly than tho money shrank. Tho prlco of the neersnnrles ut life, of rhncs, of ale, of oatmeal, rose fnst. "Thu lnlwrcr found that the bit of metal w lileh, when ho received it, wns called a shilling would hardly, when lie wanted to purchase a jot of lier or Money to Loan. 825,000 on desirable farm proporty lor a term of- years. Call at the Ohio County Bank or to SJ. E. Leo Simniernmn. - There aro no 'personal or privato profits in connection with tho organization and it is sustained by memberships, contributions and the distribution of its publications. CorrMpond.no I. .oholt.d r.trdln( " U(nibrthip" nd "OHieltl Corr.ipond.nl.." D Wo n..d nd w.loom. contribution., 0CC0N , wli.lh.r .null or targ., to our cum. THIRD. Wo publUh . Urj. Im. of doeum.nU coyarinr .11 ph.i of tho Tariff qu.itlon. Com-pl.- t. 1.1 will b. mail.d to n)r ddr.. for B0 o.ntt. for fr. FOURTH' 8.nd po.UI ord fqu umpl. copy of th. "Am.rlo.n Cunoml.t." Addr.i. Wilbur F. WtUmtn, Q.n.fd8)r.Unf, 13b W..I 23d BUMk, Now York. FIRST i FRENCH NERVE FOOD CO.. Loulivlfle, Wc.tern Agent., Ky., V, B. A. tcctlr Whan Baby waa alctr, Vro ;avo her Cwtorta. When aha was a aaid,'a'ha cried far OaatttrU, When alio became Ttbnf, aha clung to CaitotU. WboaabeliadCillivti alio garotUtu Cnatorta. Neuralultt a ililiu." ()n..icnt UTI'Ji' 1A f ri lill.l'il Ueothly rlu ic urcd lajr Dr. M,ltw J'aln I'llla. (ttitl V(iifirJtii cured by lit Why sttlTer with Coughs, Colds and LaOrippe when Laxative Dkomo Quininr will cure you In one day. the not 67.69 Hmllienuildliii?,St Imls Mo Does like produce the ringing in Put a. . Sulphate of Quinine, head Youriiubrciiptioit Is now due nnd up in tablets convenient for taking. vc ilttd inonrj All vvho Inve not Guaranteed to cure, or money refundpnld will plea ( semi in the niiidtint ed. Trice, as Cents. I'or sale by Williams & Dell, Hartford; t'ue, It is but n small amount to itn K. V, WllUams.Beaver Damj iudtviititdl, nnd these times the nff A. S Anil, Sulphur Springs; amount due will help the K legale Drown & Chapman, Centettown; ptibllnhei along. Don't omit to atnd Co., Rockpott. R. R. He it up, iL ?. jA&ttt4tav