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Quihciv butter 1M, Chicago, Sect n W I The Hmtfoed Eepublicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PART? IN JarSraTflfSift i&BumfflOl iwmrti vltffis ttvi fever ami (tne, Liver ' mercurial distuned piuient. how illy re. covetuheaIt!i,chee (ul spirit, nnd Kooil nppeutcithoy will tell rous by inUnR Sim Kr.ou- LATOR, HE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Be your own Agent. MO KKDICAI, EXAMINATION RttQCIMOk. VOL. IX. ' HAllTlfoBD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER WHAT THE FARMER NEEDS. 1 1, 1896. NO. 7. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ucc.IIIUoui.ttac ..SICK IIKADACHK, Colic, Depression of Spirit., SOUK. tftoMAOll, lleartbivn, eto, Thla unrivalled remedy I. warranted not to contain n alifttl. particle ot BlKtURr, or any nVlneral,iubsuuice, but I. coatntaing tJios. Southern Root, and Herbs which an rrovideace han placed In csnnme. wnrre Lier uiimh most pr.van. It wMI enr 0 DIjmsm oeu.a'd kr Derange-Bi- ut f tk l.lver and llow.l.. SYMPTOMS of l.lver Complaint are a bitter crbad taste tn Hi. mouthi Vain In the Uaeki BWJ r Join often mistaken fbr linen. matiami cUar St.macht Loss ot AptwJit.; llowels alternately ce.tive and lai Headache; Less of Memwy, with a tftdntul sensntlon of havlar ftinvt Wto antnethlnK which cughCfo have bent done j D.bllity) Ljf Spirits, a thick yellow nfipearan.e o(Jlie Skin and ltyes, a dry Cough fcen sriletaketrfer Comumprloa Sometimes many et these aymptoms attead th.dls.aiOU.th.rsv.ry lew) but the I.IT.kR la generally the aeat of the disease, and If not K.gtrlat.d in time, safefing, wretth.d- vrlU liu said UEAyTII hJthlvpiiuj. oersons attest The luUowfnr esteemed t the vtrtai. of Slmmorfi l.lver Kaguhrton M,n. W. K tlAft. P.a n- - 4 XV 1J H t f? j. It. folder, ferry, Oa. Col. K. k. kparka, t.a.1 0. llasterson,Esq,, Skeria Bibb Co., (la IIonAlesaadM' II. strLae. "we have tasted Ita vlrtae., rxrsaaally, and know ttfkt for Ijysri.psla, blllousncsa and Taritbbmg Headache It I. lift tnedlcJne.Oie w.rld ever saw. We tried forty other remedies beforefclmmorial.lverk.g'alaMr.butnon.Keva us snore than t.mporarr rell.ft but the KejtH-Ut- .r net only relieved, bat eured s."-4- S. The heocjt, purest and Best family Medicine In lb World I Par DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jann. lTUHELY VKOETAULi:, ?6r fJearly- - JEZZTJ HAVE KCE33L.2D . OB1jTT,,CJE5"SSp DELKERS 'i VEHICLES T3E3CES Hon. Wrrw McKinley In His Closing- Remarks to the Knox Coun- - ty .Farmers Said. Rpyair Absolutely pure TOLD THE TRUTH ACCIDENTALLY A Highest of all in Leavening Power. -- : 0 0 ,. 1 .Hi fiS5; 0 18 lusstttta r.cfeSiiKaffSK ..!. . 5 P 0 lOp OPer 0ia.t. tla.o Handsomest. Sold ' now 1 to cum touiishlf IT. Ui Tabaree. wiiii.ii using JTh tobacco habit grows on a man until kti nervous system is seriously aflicted, imparing health, comlort and To quit suddenly is too happiness. abock to the system, ua tobacMTer co to an inveterate user become a atinlulint that liii jstein cuiitinual y ia a scientific craves., "Ilsco-Curcars' lor'tEe tncacco habit, in all in forms, carefully compounded after ihc formula of an cuiiiient Berlin pliysi-oias- s who hat utel it in hit private 1872, without a Iniluie fractice tinea VtyeUble aii-- guaranteed jttrjfectly harmbcM.( You can uto allth tobacco you want whi'e taking "Bjco-Curo- ." It will notify you when to stop. Wt giv a written guarantee to core permanently any with three boxes, or refund the money wiih 10 per cent, interest. "IJiyco- - Curo"' is not a aubititute, but a acientilio cure, that cures with 4iit'tht. aid ot will power and with no inco'uveuieuc. It leave' the system aapureand Ireofrom n'entino as the drymt took your lint hew or smoke .Cured By lUcoCuro aud gained I, Thirty poun da. "From .hundreds of testimonial;, tho oriji'mlaol which nro on hie mid open tto inspection, the (oil owing is presents o" l se Clarton.NaTndaCo., Ark.,Jan. 28,'95, EoF.k'a ChdmiCal & MlU'., Co., La forty Wis. Qeutlemon: Cro, used tobacco in till UsForlorms. YMts I For tweutyfive yeaw'ol that tinie I was a great aulftrcr froin general rie bility and heart disease. For fifteen tried to quit, but couldn't. I among' others tok varloiis remedies, Xn"()lauTobacco ''HtvTo-llac"Tho Antidote." Double Chlori.leol Gold." et., etc., but uoue of them did me the ltsst bitof joihI, Fiually, howerei Jipurchasrdmsbox ot, your "Unco (Juir" and it has entirely cured me of 'the habit in all ita formr, aud I have inereated thirty pounds in weight and am, relieved fro'" a" the numerous aches aud prtus l bixly and miud. I could write n quire of paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours reapectlully, l H. MAitnunv. Fastor O. P. Uhurcli, Clayton, Ark. BoM by all druggist at 81.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty days' trcat writfen iSsnt), $2 50 with inm-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and yrs V ming with busy lrctistry, employing well paid workmen who can buy and " consume his products. When he has ' " " got consumers, he wants his pay for 0 tfi what he sells in such unquestioned coin that he wll know it is good not only but will be certain to be good every day of the year and in all countries, of the world. (Long and enthusiastic applause.) Free silver fell) will not cure over production nor under consumption. (Laughter.) Free silver will not remove the competition CO of Russia, India and the Argetlne Republic. This competition would res main it you would coin all the silver of the world. Free silver will not Increase the demand for your wheat or make a single newcustomer. You WRITE FOll CATALOGUE.don't get consumers through the mints. (Great laughter and cries of deal- 'No, no.') You get them through the factories. (Criesof'That'srlght.) You wilt not get them by increasing the circulation of money in the United States. You will only get them by Increasing manufacturing establishments in the United States. (Tremendous cheering and cries ol 'Hurrah for McKinley.') " 'Plant the factory by the farm,' said Jackson, and that is as wise now as applicable now as when the hero of New Orleans said it years ago. The best thing now is for the farmer to have factory for his neighbor. (Laughter and applause.) It would be better to have a factory alongside of you than to have another farm alongside of you. (Laughter and cries of 'Yes.') I have no fear of the farmer the most conservative, the most considerate and the most sturdy of our splendid civilization. They are not easily misled. They have no aim in politics but tin honest one. In 1892, when free trade was t'ae battle-c- ry AND WILL COMMENCE of onr opponents, it was said then that the iaimers would follow this heresy, but it was not so. It was AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS the cities which followed the free They arc still in the lead m tho Southwest aud will always bo thcro with thcii trade heresy in the country. (Cries JC&rge and Qash remiams of 'That's right.') The country For all cWes ot Fine titoclc. They pay the price of a fine hone in singl0 voted for protection while the great cities did not. This year they will piemiums for best displays ot Utility, Sadil.e aud Harness stock. vote against free, silver; they will vote lA(2iJS. K Their halt mile track is improving every year and bids fair this year to bo a lor a home market, and for a dollar as record breaker. The usual purses will bo given, there will be no ou- good as gold lu every market of the Don't lf afraid of world," (Great cheering.) trun ce fee, and everybody has tho samo chanco. fmto outs, you havegotnshow every time, and it your horse is tho Nnvexl III Life. Tlie Iiiacove-rMr. G. Calllouette, Druggist, fastest you get the puno and it cost you nothing to enter. 111 , says: To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my Hie. Was To see the Rnccs from the Grand Stand has bceu reduced to 10c, so look out taken with La Grippe aud tried all you don't get left when tho rush comes, the physicians tor miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I Will bo up to the usual standard, and will be as attractive aB last year. could not live. Having Dr. King's The premiums nro good, and the quan- New Discovery In my store Tsent for Tho Poultry will bo a bottle and began its use and from tity and quality of the exhibits are better every year. the fust dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and gooduhe people havo been staying at home and want about again. It is worth its weight Aro You needn't to be in gold. We won't keep store or au outing; so lookout for tho best Far for years. house without. Get a free trial at afraid to bring your boys nnd girls, nothing goes this year but Williams & Bell's Drug Store. entertainments; no intoxicating liquors of any kind will be sold and an REMEMBER THE old fashioned Fuir is w hat will be the ticket. The Central City Republican says. "A very approptiate sign hangs near the depot at Earllngton, put up by 6, 7, Mr. George C Atkinson, and reads thus: 'When six inches make a foot, F.xouralon Rates by Hivor and Railroad. For Premium when eighteen inches make a yard, For Privileges apply loT. A. PEDLEY, Mgr., Owensboro. when two qatts make t gallon, when List, or other information, apply to the. Secretary. two pecks make a bushel, then fifty cents' worth cf silver will make a T. S7ZT. dollar ' " - p' upM A 4 w "The farmer yants to be ptotected by wise tarifl legislation from the competition ot the other side; and then he wants the mines and mills and hisotvn country hum- act6iof Free Silver Organ Admits That the Silver Dollar is Dishonest. ttt TSSEOKAril AND HESSE.10EH, J. II. ZlilUN uivuraCTL'Rr CO., Philadelphia, Pa. llac.a, only bt. Ga. Ofl. &8 0 There has been considerable speculation as to the standard of the silPROFESSIONAL CARD. ver dollar under a free and unlimited coinage act at the ratio of 16 to I, as Jna.N. tllemi, J.8.H. Wctlillua; provided by the Democratic platform. We'do not ask the public to take our GLENN & "WEDDING, word for it, but quote from the Cincinnati Inquirer, which is the recognized free silver authority In this part of the country. HARTFORD, KY. On July 39th the Inquirer printed this question submitted y"Readors:" (0fflce,ov.r Anderson's nataar.) Will practice their profession in aL tbo courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. we LAWYERS, Craraes.Srtal-tta.- , - should have the Free and "If Unlimited Coinage of Silver, what would the Government stand good for? Would it be redeemable or would it be worth 100 penis." This is the answer given by the Inquirer: ftTTORIUBY JT AW ers or direct from THEGEO.DELKEH CO,, "UNDER THE FREE AND UNLIMITED COINAGE OF SILVER THE GOVERNMENT STANDS GOOD for NOTHING. IT GUARANTEES NO VALUE. It simp-l- y places its samp upon 371 grains of silver and says 'This Is a dollar.' as many It places its stamp upon g rains of gold nnd sa ys 'This is a dollar. ' It does not buy HARTFORD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttention given t- collections. Offico east side of puV.1i square. " ' ., -- ! i M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Jl Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. SMassnasssaassMaMasaasaatsataeeiasiaasasiiseaessssl HEAVRIN & TAYLOf,, MANUFACTURES, Hsnderson.Ky The Daviess County IS either gold or Silver. It simply fii's to tfce w'tigkt They and fiueness ol the metal contained in the coins. are then handed back to the persons who brought the bullion to the Mints and the COINED S1LNER DOLLARS PURCHASE WHATEVER THEY CAN IN THE MARKET." To the futther question "HOW WILL FREE AND UNLIMITED COINAGE ENHANCE PRICES? The Enquirer replies: "The free and unlimited coinage of silver will result in a great volume of money that Is, primary money and will therefore increase prices. There will be more money to be exchanged for other things than there was formerly; consequently, EACH1 DOLLAR WILL BE LtiSS VALUABLE THAN IT WAS BEFORE!" Attorney at Law Bkavek Dam, Ky. Pwry Wottsfriifc., jTor 1896. "are OOTOBBE Stli, a FAIR 0" liberal Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining" counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Will practice his profession in all ti -courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. 3ES. Remember, gentlemen, Democrats f aUNKlKSArlO 50551 and Republicans, that this Is the explanation of the Cincinnati Inquirer, the great silver organ of the popo HARTFORD, KY. crats. Let every farmer, laborer and business man reflect. Ifyouwanta Will practice his profession in the dollar with nothing behind it, a dollar that goes into world to purchase Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- a. Special attention given to colwhatever It can, then vote tor .Bryan and free silver. If you want 'a dollar lections. Office in Courthouse. promise ot the government behind it, a dollar that goes Into the that has the market and purchases 100 cents worth, then vote for McKinley and Sound JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at aw, JP. TXTE3.31., (Cbnnty Attorney) Beav-eravill- e, Money. Ftom Mavsville Ledger. she miee op aomiiok firat-cla- slgutart s nshi' slmlls OASTOniA. fflarfUUi tits "- - Stfe FLOajc HAtL display i&e f respects tor th. tfair responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Enclosed stamped envelope. The National, Star Building, Chicago. ed WANTET SEVERALto travel or women for first-cla- ss McKinley KlBTrnina. If I have been associated with any ""'OCTOBER 8,9 & 10, 1896. O-wenstoor- Seo'y. ISLy Cr & -- ad POSITIONS GUARANTEED. tloa. Enter at tnjr time. Cheap board Will Accept notM Ar tuition, or deposit aioaey In buk until position fara OAld. Navin. li lecurtHl. Send for frco Hluttntctl caUloffues Mention this ptper. .$-.- ca Ala. eroofa.Kiireka Wis, Cheiuicul t(, fjbkivIeii r ; ir. ik Mfg. and Hoiton, 37 u iuo. 4 . Draughon's MIImM aln hlU., AaXT ' COIlilHO MUXKY MHI.I.IXU '' I.JlB OV . 4"flcKINLEYANDH0BAnT, ByIurat.Ualstead, lor 40 eats the most famous Journalist in America, assisted by lion John Sherman, Gen. C, II. Orosvenor and Hon. Cluuncey Jf.'Depew. . Aip contains complete Biography qfiilon. ftrrctt A. Ilobatt, nominee JorJvice-Preslden- New Syatcm o( Bookkeep-lr,- " to twelve weeka by the old plan. Their I'rr.ldfntLautborof'Draughoa'a which cannot be taught In any other achool. hnw note written appllcallons for bookkeeper, and (Cnn flfl given to any college if we cannot twelve montkt, than any other five Bulnes. College v)0 U Ui U U atenographera. received In Xhefail In the South, all " comhuri" can ahnw In have received in the past fiveytart. We eipend more .motiey In the Interat of our Employment Department than any other Bm, College InTenn. lakes In a. tuition. S800.00 Amount we have deposited In bank ai a euarantee thatwe have In the pait fulfilled. andwUlTa the future fulfil, our ruarantee contracts. IIOMU STUDY. W. have pretred, cKxlilly foro(.(c,lKxil(.ocinookkeepliis,SliorthJnd and Tenmansblp. Write for price Hit. I'aor. DaAuaiioN I now have a rHnitlon a bookkeeper and atenographer for the bouthern iinvery company, 01 tni. puce 1 B4iary,t7jooicrmoniu. loweuaino your uooaa m Dooaaccpins and shorthand prepared for home ttudy.- - Irt'l P" JltiCff, Ail, iBxamana, lex. P.nm.nihlp, Shorthand. Typewriting, TeUerapliy, etc. The moit norougi, (tactical tuviftormtivt ichools of Iba kind In the wotlJ. anJ the btifiatnmui one. In the South. Iiidnnej by banket., nicrchanti, nilnlslert, and othcta. Four wttki In bookkeeping- with u. are equal nookkaeptng-- , Practical f J 9 JSA44yMA.7Mifj Sff M Nashville, Tenn., 7W' legislation that has given to an American workingman--a day's more work at American wages, that is honor enough for me. What we want in this country is a policy that will give to every American worklngman American wages; a policy that will put enough money in the Treasury of the United States to run the government. 'ire tor Ilendnclie. The government of the United As a remedy for all forms of HeadStates must raise enough money t ache Electric Bitters has proved to be meet both its current expenses and the very best It effects a permanent increasing needs. dreaded habitual cure nnd the most Our domestic trade must be won sick headaches yield to its Influence back and idle workingmen employed who are afflicted to proWe urge nil in gainful occupations at American cure a bottle, and give this remedy a wages. casesofhabltual fair trial. lu The American people hold the fihitters cures by givnancial honor of our government as ing the needed tone to the bowels, sacred as our fhg. and few cases long resist the use of The money of the United States, this medicine. Try it once. Fifty and every kind of form of it, whether cents nnd $1.00 at Williams & Bell's of p.. per, of silver or of gold, must be Drug Store as good as the best In the world, Only Wnitlng. l'eraonnl Following. One of the tuosr. potent secrets of a young man's success in any business is the personal following hebuilds up the people who will throw their trade in his way because they like him. A personal following of this sott is olten as valuable as a oash capital, and no salesman who lacks it can secure a position worth the having. It is the easiest thing in the world for rvclerk to do this if he sets himself to do it in the right way. It Is not hard to make ourselves either liked or disliked in this world. . If a clerk systematically endeavors to please and attract customers, with the direct purpose of attracting to himself their business, the time will very soon come when he will become a power in his employer's business, and no merchant ever employing him will ever wish to do without him. Grocery World. Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD, KY7 given to SPECIAL attention making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. tended to. Odi with & Co., Market Struct. Harti'oiid, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atT Attorney at Iaw J Rmtii. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN. r.. fi. Office SPECIALTY: cimaer Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. 4i6Upp. First st. J,B. VICKERS, Attorney at ,Law, HlUtTFORD, Ms Qbie frx.-.aiQ adjoining euaties. SpcehU given to nil businetr, ontrastetl tohisoare. Offico ia Riipublican His Lip Gone. M. M. Nicholson, who live at the corner of Currau and Anderson Sts., Atlanta, Ga., bad a cancer for years. It first appeared on his lip and resembled a fever blister, but spread rapidly and soon began to destroy the flesh. His father and uncle had died from Cancer, and he sought the boat medical aid in different cltlos, but It seemed Impossible to check the disease. Several operations were performed bnt the cancer always returned. This continued for years until the partition in his nose and his entire tip per lip were eaten away. AH treatment having proved futile, he looked upon death as the only reliaf. "Some one reW.irliWsW- - commended S.S.S." Tf . Kr., k building. Attorney at Taw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office with County Attornoy. Who no think or Mm. sunpW thlDir to pateolf may brlof you w.alcn. CO.. fal.nl Attor-Bsywrit, juhw wauuaituuuN Wasalaiton. D. lot th.lr Sl.Hii prtse oiler and Itsl ot two hundred iav.ntlooa wanted. ARMISTEAD JONES, Bicycles! Victor, - Bicycles! ! . WE HAVE CUT THE PRICES (No cniplfri liook equal Jn It has cVer (ben Published, The iUuBtra-tion- s are rich and beautiful, including Mr, and Mrs. McKtnley, and all the ON OUR ENTIRE LINE OF WHEELS. Our Tip Top WhoolB Itoduood to 850.00. plapoleon, Barnes, Monarch, Overland Writoior Cataloguo and Special CasUDipoount grtt national JMdersi - k. K r- - pageLprlBia:piute, ndscejgeqefal also persons interest. 6oopaperj,W0tn-lUtldln- $ft;;3r'HMhtorocc& pindlng Destnald. ti 00: br mall. 7Acfc Bicycle Save you Aoney ""rA6 We Will Bbttom Prices. Sundries at Rook act qalckly wrJ ow your uarveat liaiBi uoa'i uiuyiuricr mio Prospictus'byBiafl.'.Qiiry "to cents, which merely coyeM eMt ol postage and walling. Address, , aUDPLY CO.f PUBLISHERS 2j '&. 69 BiUlVliulIdiug, St IulS, ifo. . Hillc&Steitler, foli Take THE REPUBLICAN. ' ,' Repairing done on short notice, '.. ,''''"' !' The dollar paid to the farmer, the and the pensioners tuuU continue forever equal In ' power to the dollar paid to any government creditor, We want good times, good prices, good wages, and when we have them we want them paid in good money. Whether our prices be hlgb, or whether our wages be good,orwheth-e- i they be bad, they all are better by being paid in an unconditional dollar worth 100 cents II we have good wages, they are better for belpg paid In good dollars; and If we have poor wages,- they are better for being paid in a good dollar. Huving injured our industries, a new experiment is proposed, one that would debase our currency and further weaken, If not wholy destroy, pub"I thought you knew I was wait- lic confidence, Workingmen, have ing In a restaurant." Buffo. we. not had enough of such costly ex"Oh!" crasped the Judge. ' lo Rvenlug Times. periments? , His name was George Arnold, and he was arraigned lu the Police Court in Cleveland on the charge of stealing a ride on a train, "Where were you?" nskid Judge Fiedler, referring to his former place of abode. "In the Indian Territory," was the reply. "I was waiting." "Waiting for whom?" "Just waiting." "What were you waiting for?" '' "To get my money." ' "Who from?" "The man I was waiting for." "What did jie owe it to you for?" "For Waiting." "How did you stait In waiting?" "By beginning to wait." "What yon mean? Kxplaln your-sell' ." wage earners ng Wanted-- An Protect your IdMii tby idea c - a few bottle affordftl L.ula Hall, ed soma relief: thui Loulavllle.ll.iMl.r.oii way .' In KHeci June 1. encouraged I coNo. 41, No. 43. ntinued it, and daily daily it was not long be- L. West bound Louisville . . . 7 55 a tu 6 30 p m fore the progress ol uFiJ 7 55 the disease seem- - L Brandenburg . , 9 ed checked. in us X, Irvlogton , . , 9 49 8(ao , persevered use, and rctnatkab fe as it may seem, I LStephenport . . 1028 858' 1 ntu comrjlctelv cured, and foci like LCloverport ,.1047 918" ' have new life, S.S.S. is the most re- LHawesvllle , . ' 12 944 markable remedy la the world, and L Owensboro . . 12 p iuio 48 , 15 everyone will agree that the care was a 11 55 Ar Henderson . . ( 15 wonderful one." No, 44. No 42. daily daily East bound Cancer is in the blood anil it is folly L Hennerson , , , 7 ao.n in, a 55 pju,. 3 55 to expect uopcrratioato cure it. S.S.S. L Owensboro . . . 8 25 guaraittttJ purely vtgtlablt) Is a real L HawMvllle , . . 9 25 4 53 remedy (or every disease 01 the blood. L Cloverpott , , 9 5q 5 17 uooKS maiicu LStepheapott . . 10 11 535 free; address Lltvlagoii . , , 1051 616 r Swift Specific 6 391-AL Brandonburg; ,1118 co,, Atlanta, Louisville . , 12 45 i 111 8 00 Ga. sMflMgl he says, "and t n A Real Blood Remedy. sss mi 'lunulas: has an It ticket as to vote for eleven DemoiJ A So lot cretic ticctotB out 01 tniriecnr Manual eufpllU, not it deficit What about your patriotic professNAMA.ASI)i:itO.V :lllor. us try au administration and Congress Good Citizen In FavA year ngo you By that will do as well hy the nation. ions gentlemen? Subscription. $1.25 por yoar The country needs just such protec- were telling the people that both of It M often difficult to convlnco peoGood Money, ple their blood Is Impure, until dreadthe old patttes were con upt and could tion. Friday, SurrnMnnii it. 1896. ful carbuncles, abscesses, bolls, scrofno longer be entrusted with the peo Wo Nood Protootlon, Sound ula or salt 1 licum, arc painful proof ot You told us you inbo lost sight of pie's welfaie One fact mint not the fact. It Is wisdom now, or whenRatos and Tonus. Monoy and Thon Wo ever thcro is any iudichtioii ot Tbo party that tended to putify politics and hurl the Subscriptions $ 1.25 per annum in in thii campaign. Will bo Prosporous. Now, lot advance. nominated Bryan at Ctucigo is the old parties from power. Local notices toe per line fust in same- party which is responsible for and tehold, you are tendy at the com sertion and 5c each subsequent inserNever in the History ol these Unitmand of your bosses, to walk up to tion. Large contracts special totes. the enactment of the ed States has so many farmers had Calls on candidates and political bill and for all the disaster which have the polls ard vote for canol the electors of that party the wool ho completely pulled over blood, to fako Hood's Sarsaparilla, and matter 10c per line. grown out of that Tnrifl Reform legisprevent such eruptions and Buffering. Is that has abused you in the past their eyes as it lation. It is the party ofFreo-Tra- do "I had dreadful carbuncle abscess, Now there arc only three things red, (Wry, fierce and sore. The doctor atwithout end. still and, it successful at tti'o next Arc the honest Populists ot our clearly needed. tended me over seven week. When the election, ii will go on with its work; of abscess broko, the palna were terrlble,and State (and the massesof the Populists 1. Protection, and plenty of it. industry destroying Tariff Reform. I thought I should not lire through It. I are honest men) going to permit 2. Tariff, and plenty ot it. beard and read so much about Hood's thrtuselves to be made the tools of 3. Sound Money, and plenty of it. Sarsaparilla, that I decided to tako It, and D. H, Smith, of LaRuo county, men who wish to make a shameless With these three, everything else my husband, who wai suffering; with has bccndeclaiel the norainoe of the b bolls, took it also. It soon purified our liter and trade of their principles will follow. silver Democratic Convention at for office? The Dctuocrntic party ,my What I mean by Sound Money is Elizabetbtown. The nomination was Populist friends, has no love foi ou this, If a coin is stamped ns being of stolen front Mr. Murray nnd his friends or your principles. Finding Itself in the value of one bundled cents, it are very mad. Oa twoor tbreo counts a dilemmn, however, it is pandering should contain an amount of bullion X he had a clear majority of all the to you to r( t your votes Gentlemen worth that much iu the market, or built mo up and restored my health so FIRST: With five other GOOD Merchauts we spent I be the nomi- of the votes ami should Populist patty, stand by be secured by the difference between that, although the doctor aaldhave would Republican Ticket. ten days in the VERY best Markets, pricing, selecting since not bo able to work hard, I nee. Murray and Sweeney's fricuds your colors! Never permit yourselves its intrinsic value nnd face value in done the work for 20 people. Hood's We buy from $20,000 to Jjo.ooo wotth of and buying. cured my husband of the bolls, unscru-pu'ou- s the treasury vaults of the country, so and we regard It a wonderful medicine? ' will remember tlio treatment they to be made the pliant tools of ELECTION NOV. 3.189G. goods at one time. The mure we buy, the cheaper we get politicians. that the holder could always be sure Mas. Anna I'etbrson, Latimer, Ksuosa. havo received when tho November Do you think the Democratic party of having one hundred cents ol value election comes. Tbe convention them, and goods bought right are no tioubletosell right. for President. is for free coinage of silver? If you while he holds that coin and be able broke up in wild disorder and refused WILLIAM McKINLEY, Our We do not pay a dollar for rent. SECOND: to listen to nominee Smith speak. do, permit us to call your attention to get a dollars worth ol goods for it of Ohio, to this fact: Four yeats ago we Ins at any time and any place, and if paid are light and we can afford to be satisfied with "There's trouble in de lane " trusted this government to the Dem- to him for wages be sure he was getsmall profits. for Vice Praiileiil. ocratic party: they had the Piesident ting a dollar in f ict as well as apparFoun years ago we wcro prosperous GARRETT A. HOBART, All druggists. t THIRD: And last reason, but the best of all: We pay both branches ol Congress. Did ently. Now that is the sort of dollar Is the Ons True Mood rurlfler. and beyond anything that we had ever of New Jersey. eure llier Ills, easy to take. Nay, that we believe in. But we want althey give you free coinage? cash for our goods, get very best discounts WE SELL HOOd S FillS easy to operate. zaccuu known, even in this nation of prosverilyl Iustead of giving vou free so that there be a precious metal of 8 phi Mm Ni'i.rni'K STRICTLY FOR CASH TO EVERYBODY. For Conirre. perity. The monetary standard was coinage they repealed the purchasing practically no fluctuating tendency must be that this place is situatJOHN W.LEWIS. then as now, but our Tariff policy was clause of the Sherman law, thus prov- coined into a dollar and this to be ' It But let our prices talk for themselves: ed exactly at the center of the uni From 4th District of Kentucky. different. Then we had Protection now ing that they were enemies to free the unit of all our money values. verse. white people are crowd For Hoosier cotton (by the bolt) 4c Ft , we have Tar id Reform as exempli, ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. coluage instead of friends to it These Just as the inch is of the iag in almost every quarters, our Full standard calicoes 4c Wilson-Gorma- n fied by tho hodge-bodg- e gold has this peculiar quality, it is people are generally contented and arc facts. At Large 0. S. Deming, Mt. OliPlaid cottons, 25 Inches wide 4c bill. Whether or not our financial vet. is the almost without appreciable variable- happy and indeed why should we not The Populist patty . . . . 5c Bleached cotton (no lime in it) Large S. H. Kash, ManchesAt system can be improved, it is plain only free coinage patty, If you vole ness of intrinsic value, it is as nearly be happy for we have good churches ': Good shitting 5C ter. that our firs trequisite is a return to for Democrats you will merely throw perfect iu this matter as any earthly good schools, fairly good roads and . Good canton flannel 5c - First District W. S. Mason, of thing can be, it is the everlasting one good crops. Store truck is cheap and your vote away. The past history of tbo Protective Tariff policy, the pol5C Children's ribbed hose Mav field. in Julius Caesar's time the ratio be- we are blessed with good millscnd last ' Second District George H. Tow-er- y, icy which gave us prosperity in tho the Demociatic party proves this. 5C . Indies good black hose tween silver and gold was 7 to 1 when but not least, all our neighbors are Robin Hood. of Dixon. past. That comes first, as Major ; " Sc 5 papers good pins x Columbus discovered America tbe ra- good ones, genial and kind SpeakF. Taylor, of McKinley said in his letter of accept Third District- -J. Boys suspenders jc SfeHlalsy. Kobt. Mostly tio was 10 to 1. When our forefathGlasgow. ing of the raids we are of the opinion ";' C ance. There have been various rumors in Linen crash Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, ers settled here it was 15 to 1, prior the road problem is solved by the in regard to Mr. Robt. Mosely. of Cal- Granulated sugar (only 411 Rm to one customer) . . . 5c tb of Hartford. to 1837 it was to 1, up to 1873 it troduction of our new road machinRe6 ns $1.00 Green coffee FreeTiuder Bryan and his party hoon, who has been a Fifth District Charles S. Stiglitz, was 16 tox. Now it is 31 i to 1. ery by which we are persuaded that 65c bu Rye of Louisville. making desporate efforts to drive publican, voting the Democratic tick- Always the I and silver gradually are one dollar spent in properly using it, Sixth District D. B. Wnllace, of tho Tariff issuo into the background. et this year. Mr. L. P Crowder, of Men good suspenders loc and constantly climbing numerically Warsaw. loc 3 cakes buttermilk soap The nomination of Mr. McKinley Rosine, to settle a dispute, wrote to upwards in ratio, why is it, if not it will on general principles do as Seventh District Jobu L. Boeley, much work as six dollars fpent in the 10c All wool filling doubled fold cashmere proved that the Tariff issue would Mr. Mosley who responded as follows: that gold is the staple metal and siU of Paris. old way; and I speak from experiTeazle down (for childrens capes) Calhoon, Kv., July 26, 18S6. ice Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, not take a back seat in this campaign. ver not so, we single We believe 10c spools O. N. T. thread Dear Sir: I will say to you that I money unit ormust have ota money ence as to store tiucks of Nicholasville. McKinley is identified with the tariff standard a dollar spent with our merchants . Conestoga bed ticking good ntfc Ninth District Robert Buckley, of question, identified with the policy of am for McKinley first, last and all the will buy as much, if not more, than laji'c Mt. Olivet time. If I live until November I valu es. Woolenetts (for capes and cloaks) A double standard is practically au any place outside of the eastern Tenth District J. B. Marcum, of Protection to American industries, will vote the Republican ticket. I All wool red flannel and it is to that fact that bo owes his have not seen Mr. Calhoon since the impossibility, just as a double stand- cities. How docs 6 pounds ol ackson. White flannel 23 inches wide I3ic or gallon measure With the "Apostle ot rumor has gotten out, but I don't be- ard yard-sticEleventh District H. G. Trimble, nomination. coffee for onedollarstrikc you? . . . '5C Good cotton jeaus of Somerset. ' would ' and there would be just as For this you ran get nt some of our Protection'' as leader of tbe forces on lieve there is a word of truth in it. . . 16c 10-- 4 Pepperel sheeting much sense in one as the other, all stores, aud other things in proporR. C. Mosely. Turkey red table linen Yours truly, 19c We have been easy on oursubscrib-er- s tho Republican side, Mr. Bryan can other moneys must be measured by tion. not ignore the Tariff question. He 17KC All wool filling Henrietta and have given a great many of A Million Gold Uollnra ' Bond & Sons, of Olaton, ship from may divert the attention of the peo-pl- o Would not bring happiness to the this standard. A dollar coin made Good umbrellas 5c them a long time in which to pay 69, 79 and 89c for a time, but a reckoning is person suffering with dyspepsia, but of silver must be worth a dollar as one to three car loads ol live stoik Children school shoes bullion or be secured to that amount per week and this alone is q tite a their subscription, but they have surely coming and he will yet have to YTmmI t a 0 mia $1.00 Ladies iron clad button shoes ll nuuu oa.eaj,.., a 1u n .u. paY n m 99 , by governmentf Js the wjth source of income to our scock raisers; Ladies fine Dongola button shoes i.ou. with much neglectand have I answer some straight questions. treated us inousanas oi cases oi mis uiseasc. the 53 cent silver possesses no specMens heavy crcedmores fi.oo stomach, regutatcs the bow- ial merit for money purposes over and then our mill is quite a conventones the failed to respond to requests we have ience and of which Renlrow & Dean 1. 00 Mens heavy kip brogans els and puts all the machinery of the other metals of an available characmade for money through thece colMen good wear's fine shoes system in good working order. It ter, and any argument that is made hive the best one in nil the Green . . $1.50 to $4.00 River country. We would Mens nnd ladles fine shoes from . . umns and also by letter. Their capicity, I Col. Parker's Speech at Har- - creates a good appetite and gives in favor of flooding the country with believe, is 75 barrels ol flour per day, Heavy double front overalls 50c like to be able to run the paper withhealth, strength and happiness. silver coins can as well be made for and that ol the very bett. They have dlnsburg Mr. Bronston Good jenns pants 85c out collecting any money, but finding Failed to Show up. Hood's Pills act harmoniously with copper, if the governments fiat alone also the best corn mill it was ever my The celebrated May field pants . . . $1 50, $ 00 and $2 50 that to bo an impossibility we have Hood's Sarsaparilla Cure all liver can give value to an unlimited coin- good lortune to see, and it is in fine Best corduroy pants 00 age of silver and maintain a parity trim, doing ills, 25 cents. IlARDINSBURG, Sept. 8. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 decided to force collection and we Heavy duck coats woik and what between it and gold, then the same is better the proprietors To what are the silver Democrats $3 00 Mens good worsted suits are first class hereby warn those who have been l'roicrnns coming? There is nothing it seems, Ot the Teachers' Reading Circle to be fiat can make copper coins in the broad guaged gentlemen. All wool Cheviott suits $500 notified by our Attorney of their they will not do, in order to get of- held at Beaver Dam, Ky., September same way nnd give them the same $S 00 Nice clay worsted All our business nun aie busy and that they had better pay fice and political power. Last Saturvalue. And if cheap money is want- hippy except, perhaps, our M. D's, . $7 & to $15.00 Tie very finest Iroui 19, 1896, 8:30 a. m. ed copper hasthe advantage of being a ol which we have two . and thereby save tbo cost of a law day was the day set apart for a great Roark's psychology. A Methods of mind study Oma Wil- - much cheaper metal, and paper Is ev- month back they were real busy, but We mean business and must free silver rally. C. J. Dronston was suit. published as the Democratic orator, iams, II. E. Brown. Contrast, in- en still cheaper Businessis bad, but not so busy now, peihaps that by have what is due us on usbscription. while Col. Joe A. Parker was an- struction, developing, training and bad money wltl not make it better. their efficient treatment they have This is a mere matter of business; you nounced as the drawing card for the educatbn Nettie Rogers. Relation France tried that experiment under gotten the people so well that they As the result oi these of mind and body have heen getting the paper aud now Populists. .Miller, W. similar circumstances just a century have not much to do nnw. announcements there was a large M. Likens. Mind defined, discuss- ago, and her experience should warn The political caldion boiicth. How Withwe MUSE have tho money. us against its repetition here. Farm- she bolleth! There are more lies and gatheriug of Populists and Democrats out the account is paid you may ex. assembled in the court house at one ion L. T. Barnard. Consciousness, Gregory, discussion Anna Elmo ers and working men demanded plen- more truths told and more flimsy nnd pectalaw suit. o'clock. The Democratic champion Williams. Mental activities classified ty of cheap money, and so it was giv- more sound arguments indulged in Mr. Bronston, failed to put in au apJ. N. Likens. Applications for en to them, widespread distress foN than has been for quite a long while A Lexington shoe firm o fl'ers to sell pearance. lowed, and as usual the poor and pro- and as Bro Cook, of Rural Neck, now he teaching R. C. Jarnagin. AttenThen as shoes to responsible persons payable is engaged in repairing the tion Definition and kinds Laura ducing classes were the chief su (Teres. Wanen county, says the most honest when McKinley is elected. The pur- breaches in his political fences that Render, I. C. Hoover, educational The same thing was tried in our New man, the biggest tascal or the bigchaser had just as well pay cash at are continually being made by Col. importance J. B. Taylor. How sen England colonies, and with the same gest fool can now find a candidate in once. Hodges and W. C. P. Breckenridge. results. Mexico has cheap money, the field to suit his principles cured and held II. H. Davis. HabWhen Hodges and Breckenridgeskall it, definition and formation We know ot but two silver RepubW. E. and the laborer is paid 55 cent dollars Ik the Arkansas State election last have done with Bronston, he will Morton and Ham Barnes. Classes and buys with too cent dollars; that licans in this whole section, but we J. Tuesday the State gave her usual doubtless be in a suitable frame of of habits, discussion A. C. Taylor. is, he buys all commodities based on know of to or 12 gold Democrats. Tho State is mind to sing: Democratic majority. Let the good work ot educatirg Educational value and danger E. R. the gold standard. No country In the world, we believe the voters go steadily on. always Democratic and the result We shall "Earth's but a desert drear, Ray. Application to teaching Eule gives free and unlimited coinage to see what we shall see. was no surprise to anyouo. Heaven is my home." Kahn Taylor and Lon Rogers. silver, and none on a silver basis is Mr. Bronston could not be at Titos P. Johnson. -- THAT THE- Ruskin. Tub election of McKiuley will anything like ns prosperous as ours last Saturday. Col. ParkEach member is requested to preGood Old Granny Metcalfe, 87 years start the factories to running, and er however was here, arrayed in all is at this moment. No country in pare written statements of ten valuaat will give employment to labor which his glory, and heavily surcharged the world gives as bigli wages as old. livingKy 1005 South Filth street, Pudneah, ble thoughts gleaned from Lecture 1 hays that Dr Bell's honest money for an with his Populist speech. ours, notns many dajs work in the Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, will be paid iu Photo cheaper than any gallory ever did in Is making Cabiuet-sii- fl "Sesame Of King's Treasures" Give us Mchonest day's work. The fust Installment of his speech The.se will be read and f illowed by year. No silver basis country iu the cough, lung and bronchial remedy l work to be of tbe moat permanent finish, Hartford, guaranteeing-althat has been Hired to the public Kinley and prosperity. was devoted to our National banking general discussion. Do not fail to be world hai ns large a commerce as during her lilc OablnoU per dozen, 81.75, half doron $1.00. that will not fade. system. He made quite a number of present, for no one c in diiyour work. prosperous manufacturers or as 7. Diugglsts sell ! an agricultural class. How Wayne Griffin & it. For sale by of Illinois, has been misrepresentations regarding banks, Respectfully, Gnk. Palmer, HalfCab!netize81 pcrdoztn. Bro. E R. Ray, Instructor. shall we improve ourcondition, then, nominated by the Sound Money Dem- and clearly established the fact that DEI. O. by adopting the methods of less pros Nrulliir Jlnrlili.r-- . ocratic for President and Gen.Buck-ne- r, he does not know as much about the Ayer's Hair Vigor tones up the If you are thinking of bujing one, N. B Will be here till alter tho Fair, and longer unless tho rif of Kentucky, has been nomiuat-e- d financial institutions as he might weak hair roots, stimulates the ves- perous nations. Do you say that our Come belore the Fair nnd avoid tke nation is so incomparnblegreater, nur call on or write toOmss Williams and rises so we can get in Oroen rivor, Tlioy w" ill .know, and as he should know. for Vico President. sels and tissues which supply the let him bring vou one nt the lat- rush. The Floating Studio will go from hero to Rochester, then to Roak-po- rt of Col. Parker's hair itself, and adds the oil which resources so vastly superior, and our The greater patt get a big voto iu Kentucky. est Singers They ate just too nice and 8011th Carrollton and will land at the smaller points between. speech was devoted to financial mat- keeps the shifts solt, lustrous and people so superlatively more ingen-iou- s aud excellent, that we ar capable for auv thing DuitiNU a period of ten years from ters. hearing Parker's argu- silky. The most popular and valuaAlter of succeeding even where other na1880 tol890 tbe (wealth of the New ments on financial mutters we were ble toilet piepjration iu the world. SEVflRAL Aiss A&rgaret ioM,y A cold in the head is one of tions less favored have failed Boshl most distressing nnd . dicomlortingthe WANTF.T or women to travel for convinced that the peoEuglaud and Middle States iucreased thoroughly of Kenchin music, it is not n sensible host. maladies It causes loss (if sleep If responsible established house in ple have been unfortunate in not The llllie Mini Use llrny. 24 por cent; tho wealth of the SouthSalary $780, payable $15 There will be a reunion of the Blue Don't take chances where all the neglected it terminates in that most tucky and expenses. Position per- having him at the head of our finam ern States increased 01 per cent , and . weekly r field, on Low odds are against success, use common obnoxious of all diseases catarrh of manent, Refetence. Enclosed tho wealth of the Pacific Coast States cial affairs, instead of such men as nnd the Gray at Sisters' .HAirTFoUD, Kentucky. ., the head or throat. Dr Bell's Pine beginning on Septem-U- r business prudence. Seek to restore Tar Honey is a prompt and never stamped envelope. The FALL term begins August 31, 1890, increased 55 per cent. This doesn't John Sherman and John G. Carlisle. er M.iln street, National, Star Building, Chicago 17, and continuing three days. confidence In capitalistic and bust, failing cure But the matter we wish to speak ot at her, homo for the reception ot pu look much like tho East is growing 5 i5t, Up to date drttguists sell it. For Special puis? Thorough training. is this: more At the Every preparation is being made to ness circles don't elect drunkards, rch at the expense of tho South nnd close ofparticularly speech , sale by 7. Wayne Griffin & tiro. attention given to young pupjl., Mr. James do nit that Is necessary to make tbe gamblers and incompetent-- generally P.irker's Salvo. Bucklon'8 Arnica West. Your patronage Whiteuorth, chairman of the Demo occasion one ot unusual iuterest to to Congress and dou't be misled by Tint IIkst SAI.VIC in the world for Terms as usual. (Mlltll.VO. 5 0m "f large mouthed orators be sober, be Cuts, Biulses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt licited. who attend. cratlc county committee, got up and those Mrs Bettie Athertoit, of Iluel, McRheum. Fever Sores. Tetter. Chap. is very imp irtant that RepubSpeakers will be procured and there diligent at your business, and avoid Lean county, is visiting relatives read a resolution to tbe effect that it ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SEVERAL licans rally to the support of Hon. was the sense ol the Democrats of .will be ndJtesses every day. It will internal dissensions nnd walk up to here Miss Vitula Tot, also of Bnel, Skin Eruptions, and positively cure WANTED or women to travel or Mr. Bitckintidge county that the PopuJiio. W, Lewis for Congress. poles iu November like men and is visiting Mrs lie umiiAged so that one day will be the responsible established house In Ken-- , Piles, or no pay required, It is guarOverhulse. Lewis nude tho best representative lists be allowed two electors oa the Democratic day, another will be Re- - vote for McKinley, nnd let us bury MUs Mliida Wood is visiting in anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or lucky Salary $780, payable $15 Price s cents per weekly and expenses. Position permotey rclunded, the 4 th District has ever had and Democratic electoral ticket. day, and another Populist the Democratic party, and this free Mnrgautnwn and Rorhtster, I publican 'box FOR SALE BY Williams & manent. Relereuce. Enclosed now asks for au iud moment at tho A rising vote was taken on this day, and spent ers whose political silver foolishness so far out of sight Rev. T. M. Morton visited his Bell. U stamped envelope. The II's efforts in proposition nnd the Democrats pres- faith is In ace ird with the program thut even the X Rays cannot find brother, V Ii Morton, Sunday. hands of his people. National, Star Building, Chicago. W, G, Ilici:3 Release is at band for all suffeicrs 't bihalf'of the people nt li!i District ent voted for it solidly. When we of pnty for the day will make the ad-- d them. Rev, . C. Brandon conducted a coughs and colds or diseases of esses. will certainly givo him a large follow- me the word "Demo:r.it" we refer to very interesting meeting at the church , front tbe throat bronchial tubes or nasal Mrnjtil I The committee 011 Invitation of A. the silver Democrats ing aside from h's own personal popuO.dUS'rOXlXjaV, cavities who will reaoit to the right From my farm near l'reiitls one last week. faI. M Whitehead, Robt. to the wife of remedy Horn mi the 3rd The Nitinnal had no C Tompkins, Dr Bell's Pine Tar J(uney titalii larity, which extends over tho cutiro ll black heiferwith line back, 18 months Mr C G Kimbtey, lnt, a girl. cuics all dUotders and sickness of ttfUIsM With McKinley in the hand in the matter, hut looked upon Pike and Jim Wilson. District. old, marked with split in left and tf School opened hete Monday with this kind Tncnwrids have testified Committee on nceptlon Dr. Chair ami John W Lew. the entire proceedings with utter conPresidential L1UI3 swallow fork iu right ear. Anyone 3lemoled. to this f .ct It is made ot simple and Oil. Rill Hill. Geo. B. tempt . ! is in Congress you will see times knowing of her whereabouts and will harmless iugredieiitc of pine tar and ilaUak Cipt John Trlplett. ' According to this arnngement if It mourn combined. It Wanled-- An I'rrsauAl honev sclent fically" open up aud everything will bo tn I't me knov I will come alter her Arrangements will lie in ile to is carried out, I'opulNts will go to - O4 page mi dical reference never (,.tl, Tbeic is nothing "just as Fuci!burning. aud piy lor the trouble. 7 it the oldKol.'iirsoiithegrounds. hook to any person xillicled with any good " tile (Kills and vote for ckveii tiiOdxsi'foTMltjnJwMfij. llAuiu.t Wai.lack Prentis, Cy, .iet'H, chronie or delicate disease Take 110 substitute from any dtug- - sa4 llil ct iw 0etis'Hin Messenger. elector, while OrmncrJts will Address the gUt Pur sib; by 7. Wayne, Gtlffiu peculiar to tlit ir (ex, we lor two Populists MUTllHb camayi'MmMUiimisimn Taken In time flood's Siraaparllta leading phMclaiis nud surgeons 'if tfi Bro. CilLlBITOXtXiL. I witnr srsrr mm ao4 vacuus la Its DalM How dues this Milt our mi mm au MtM Uoud. DM CJ list I IS. preveut serious Illness by keeping the JJnlted States, Dr. Hathaway & BUlst kirsit 4 la Iks Opium aad Walssr brrup. T 7lsh El is ta Hold br drutftftitft. Remember' Bulliugton when you habits to dsts oas of bit tanas oa Usss at- Populist friend? Dearboru Street, Chicago, Co,, lialli it id you J niif the blood pure and all the organs in a 43 70 SSSSf. Aikirsit U. u. WoollsT, Allsala. (ML. Cuius want a gooi? shave or hair cut. ". VlllfU. lea fiy couditiou. not us well vote the rntire Djmocrat- ox sM, aa4 sas U1 b4 Hartford Republican AMtcpeMliillhialacu man QQ OD AROU ME NT a or of Boils wsmmmmmammmwmm Our Friends E BEE G TO US Wilson-Gorma- eleven-thirteent- Impure That Other Merchants tell them wo y. not sell goods as cheap as wo claim to. This is very gratifying to us because it convinces our customers that wo are doing Blood something that other merchants cannot do. Why is this? There aro three excellent reasons: tn-d- ay Hood's Sarsaparilla es yard-stick- to-d- ay ...... '. ... ... rr lite-lon- g isi i ... l)ic kle 1, 1 a au, n POPULIST SPEECH. $5 i .... first-clas- s first-class- Highest market price paid for produce. Give us a call. Jones &Morehead, Kidgre, JCy. Pleasant mZL, lMB !fla0lrn&avKp' ANDBE CONVINCED! rg c well-to-d- o SCUKCETHIR, IKy. j T It I , 1 I Vir-gaso- n, Idea I Blown V G&Afffl&ifai tut im Irvs. A. l- -i ti . '"- -- ' is m 1111 f'-"- ''' &m f , ?v rj, x. '', f9 s: fully fnoin erysipelas, which kept growing worso until my hands wero almost useless, Tho bones softened whs two years old, J. suffered dread- l rill Ullia. (X Ubi ' Kemcmbcr UiillIngtoYi, the barber, during l'alr week." taMffcitt WITH RA An Open Lottor to tho Popooratio Candidate for tho Presidency. SOME PERTINENT . QUESTIONS. AppreWMon Exeitod by Campaign Utterances Refuses to bo Allayed. World, In nti open letInto Ilrynn on Tuesday iiiuri hi is nine gnivo and Ituporlnnt Mm liim, ami uruM Iiitn to it s i ti ii lie wants to lio elected, an Hie n ro pondering those very i P ii'k ir votes will turn on how liy r tluv ii wired mill explnlncil li ni II Iitn of llin Tribune' should , ,i,,rnl, which Is reprinted peruse i her ii '.tinii with llrjnn'n inech at Mail v , s, pi ic girdcn lut night. Tin' n snjs, under the million "1 i M 1 Mil Ti Mr ltrflii: On the 10th of July. tin1 ti v i n of jour nomination for 1'rvs ill i ', tnii nddrcsscd n TOinuiuiitV'n lion to the urM In the follow lint words- T lln ii riie restoration of silver t' of pilil will. In the lliii ii i ii o lijrmre ulila parity between in ; Ii- the it mm rij ami liius pi nun n n in iiu jr i ti of riil tirimm my. Hie worm. vwi li lit hchiilf r ii i fr.tliii work larger Mill will tlml ii'iui it i -- i ini uppurlliii: tho guld anilHeld of mm lli'i c,olns.t r i.c ..ntltiiil.m. W II. 1. AM J HIIV.W The i .1 hm conscientiously ennsld orcil jr r i.iiirtcimH ropiest. It linn carrful.v kt idled your speeches mule during a "' siwe the Chlengo ronven-tioi- i I' h ii studiously examined your record in ( ilk-rIt ha liiipirtlili) n tri ed iiuir mriiT ns a iilltli i in. to lawjcr an nior-- nod editor, in order obtain ii undi standing of jour li'iil Chirac r -- rb hardest thins in the world to tn i r'niii concerning any nmn word It hn rlli'itlml every eulogistthat rouhl I from jour be oht and u It end in the iKIi'e, w;i l 'i Inn same rln re re view. that in the hnia tits dii'i the linn li lwe gnineJ or Impressions re ived w .' Id reli e the fear mid nppre-lie4id.i i il by wiine of your utter nn is nrta lb marly by some parts of platform, on wlut.li you the 1 i 'I The ter t Trli In I'm" 1'iitieetlnn It In nnlv jimt to remiiul nu Unit the plank in the Chicago pllt'irn wi tiling In rellii-- t upon the lut mi' v 'f the Snpreiuo court nud a urpnse to park that triliiiuel In enli r t mh ore n ilonlrtil ile nml tl i lln r riwliltion dKn'mcliis "Ko rni ii nt hy injunction." !inTe lieeit ferpn It riineil by ct'r.rrtiitire nnd Ink al.iJuu ntltein. "r.i- - H'Ople lime a for their iiroftimd and nlild.'tis Inclicit court, e'e:i when they arc Tliey in their decllon. would li ri.1.1 to hear jour luterpretn-tio- n of the resolution, which N Eeuernlly nii'epted an a Ktupiil nud Intenipernte ntt.T k upon the Supreme court nnd the nrowal ef the purpose to reeoiiMruct it In nn'irdance with the licliefa of the platform makers should your election prexcut the opportunity. la thta jour land roc Definition is nlto called for of the resolution ileiiniincln: "nrhltrary Inter ference hy federal nittlinrltieii In local Rciiernlly bellevoil to inatterx " This rtK-a"free riot with free iillrer," n veil nn iiyiiipathy with lavlcuesi and dlMPpmliation of l'rcldcnt CleTeland'a nctlon at the time of tho Uhlcaco itrike. ct nil who Micro In law and order n the Tery life ami root-linof liril-lie- d coti rnment ricnrd this an one of the limit lustily creditable nets of his Administration. What Is jour view of undemiandinc It? Are you. Mr Hrynn. for actual nnd prnctUni bimetallism the equal colnape of cold mid silver nt n ratio that will IK'ruut tho free ilrculatlnn of both money uietnls, ns the ratio of 111 to 1 has recr done? When you say that you fnTor free coinage by the United Stoics without unitlni; for the nld or consent of nTiy H that the louiurrcnco of the crent commercial nations with wtilch we trade is not desirable and crcn Indispensable If the country is not to sink to a silver bails? Do you really fnvor the monetary Isolation of the United .States in the family of cre.it nations? Do we not want our money to be accepted at Its face rnluc all over the world? You ujioii "tho rlcht of the ncv-ll- e of the t'n!ted States to legislate for themselicH upon nil questions." This ruht is not questioned by nny, no far as we know. lint the right does not Imply the duty or the wisdom. Congress has the right to declare that our Mirnlus agricultural products shall be Kohl nliroul Hut would such nn insertion of national Independence benefit the country? Would It have helped the farmers of the I nited States to hao had the $S otW.mw.OOt) of exports In Hie list ten j cars kept In the home t, or to have sold tliem for n ilepreci-ntecuneney while bujlng In return nt gold prltcs? If j on would not fin or the Isolation uf the United States why abould jou desire Its fluinclal isolation? of n clear understandIn the Interest ing of j our position, nnd to allay if possible the feat and apprehension whlih you know to ixUt, will Jou answer tlieso iiestlons in jour ncciptunce of tho nnmiiintlnn, which jou nre nbout to deliver? You must perceive In the preparations for n second Democratic ticket, nnd in the divisions nnd distractions among your l'opullst nnd Democratic Bupimrtcrs nt the South,........... n growing nn Hsu .t.h.nt. ... j"i i.innu. l,,i-a- iiaaiiiuu .1. . mat '"li" " to nt... cletted. These me sofw be jou wish of the points upon which jou can uro otv by allaying npprehensiojs. You may also lie able to do this by reply-lu- g lo these inicstlons, suggested by jour telegiam to the World: 1. When In tho history of this country Jias sllvir occupied "its nncient place by tho side of gold?" lias thero ver been ,i time when the two inetuls circulated upon equal terms as full rpuney, with tho mints ori to Hie free bod unlimited coinage of both? In-lmnr-Led prcsl-sieutlelegal-tend- fortiMi (joverninent, ijo you menu that the restoration of that couditlon will, In jour Judgment, "restore thfr parity between money nnd property " Will you kindly explain w lint jou menu by this? What Is tho "parity Jietween money and property?" Do you mean that tho "rebtoratlon will put up prices, undo the cheapening effects ot Improved machinery, transportation, etc, nnd Increase, thu cost of Ihlng to all clasps of tho community? If so, will you kindly explain how this Increase iu the cost of all commodities Is likely to promote "a return of gencrnl prosperity?" Will the worklngmnn, whoso wages are itntlounry or nearly so, bo made more prosperous by liming to pay more for his flour, meat, groceries, chickens, eggs, fruits, vegetables, clothing, household utensils, rent, and all tho rest of It? Will even tho farmer bo better off with his produce, In the a double prlco for contingency wholly improbable that will consent to pay it, If he must oay double for everything he has to buy? ou o so. If'2. whi-- j. uy was It? bo relieved to have lis npnrchen-sinu- s ui to "n larger field of would nthijeil and its misconceptions, If supporting the gold or co of tfie Constitution." Hut the ere tnlsiiiiiiintlors corrected. he Democrats flit In 'the cold mill silver coinage of u east numbers who the Constitution?" In wlmt clause of share this curiositj and these apprehenthe Constitution, or in which of the fif- sions stand by what they believe to bo teen amendments, does the fundamental the historic jHillcy of their party In relaw prescribe n gold and sliver coinage gard to the currency. This policy was or any other colnnge? In which does It eleclared In 1H70 und rcnlllrmcd In 1802 mention nny colnnge further than to au- In these words: We hold to the use of both gold nnd thorize the general got eminent to "coin " silver ns the standard money of the monej" nud "regulate the value country, and to the coinage of IhiIIi gold Acting under that nulliorlly dlserlmliiitlng silver without nt llrst nuthorlrid coinage nt 13 to nud ngnlnst either metal or charge for mint-ng1. Wns tlmt the "gold nnd silver coinbut tho dollar unit of coinage of age of the Constitution)" If so, how has 111 to 1 iiimc to be the coinage of both metals must be of equal Intrinsic the Constitution? Under the lirst rntlo nnd exchangeable vnlue, or be ndjusted sllier wns unilci valued and refused to through International agreement, or by circulate except In tho form of worn nnd such safeguards of legislation ns shall abraded foreign coins. Our own silver Insure the maintenance of the parity of coins, even the subsidiary pieces, were the two metals, and tho equal power of melted down for bullion because they every dollar nt nlf times In tho markets were worth nKint !I per cent, more than nnd In the pnvment of debt: nnd we gold dollars. that nil paper currency slnll be In nil the period UP to the time of the great silver ellscoveries Con- ke'it nt liar with and redeemable In rueli We Insist tition this miller ns coin. gress sought to make the colnnge rntlo the same ns tho commercial rntlo. It ,1'spi'clnlly necessnry for tiie protection never authorized coinage nt any other. ii nn- iimncrs nnu innonng cinssi-s- . nnd most defenseless victims of unWas that the "coinage of the Constitution?" If so, will It be n return to It for stable monej nnd n lluctunllng currency. These Democrats still hold to the docus now to establish free coinage nt the trine of dollars of lsutli money inctlls of rntlo of III to 1 when the commercial ceiunl value, that the country may l.ave rntlo Is about .'11 to 1? the benefit of n concurrent circulation of I. Will nut free eolniipe nt lfl to 1 reduce the Milue of the dollar milt by nbout gold nnd slher. mid paper rrileennblo In s the same. Whv not give tlu-sn chnncc to vole for you? Ahy ti. Will It not be hi fact n repudiation of nbout f our debts, public continue tho alienation of so larje a of all body of Intelligent, honest and and priititc? tt. Is there not danger that It will voters? If jou nre rendv for bimetallism, nnd would welcome cntise the return to us of nil the Ameringreement. If It enn be seei'.vd. can securities belli nbrond gore rnment. of rniironu mm imiiistrinl stocks mm iionus to effect n change without possibility You disiistir nt homo, why not say so? thus precipitating n panic of glnnt surely enniiot object to nn estnbllsheil with long years of cliprcMiuu to mill world wide pnrlty of vnlue between follow ? gold nud silver iiiouev. Why refuse and 7. Will not your election upon the Chireject Intiruatlonal ngreement? cago platform muse the calling In, between November and March, of all coliiiiYAys CREED. lectable debts, all loans, all mortgnges that have expired? And will not this produce muli n distress ns this country has never known, particularly in the Tho Clot of His Long Arjjumont In a l est nnil Sonlli. ulurn rnnttnl nnd Few Short Paracredit are most milled and depend upou graphs. confidence ns their basis? K. Will not freM! nnd unlimited coinage I believe It will be n blessing to the diivc nil the five or six hundred millions of gold and gold eertificntes out of use United States to lose five hundred milns money or ns bank reserves? Will it lions of gold. not cause n currency contraction of the I lelleve It will be n blessing to the most disastrous proportions, inasmuch to take half the purchasns the utmost capacity of the mints to United States ing power out of mm sllrer cannot make good this with- of silver dollars. Its live hundred millions drawal for years to come? I Inline it will be n blessing for the I'. Will not free colnnge phee us nt United States to take half the purchason n financial level with Mexico. ing jnep power out of its billion dollars' worth India and Chlnn, nnd can wo nfTord to of api r monej--. go upon that level? I believe that to cut a dollar iu two Is 10, Is there nny country In the world to double Its value. today which gives fre-nnd nnllmlteil I believe that 50 cents is twice ns much iiiinnge to silver? Mexico di.es not. Iiulli does m.t. None of the Central or asI 100 cents. the believe that farmer will bo lietter South AmertcHii Stnti-- does. We know of no ciniutrj that does, of no example off when he sells half ns much of his produce ns he does now nt the same rate. that can tie studied. I believe the farmer will be benefitted 11. Is there nny country In the world by hnvlng to pay twice ns much ns he now on tne silver basis which Is ns eloes now for evcrj thing be docs not raise us tfle United States, even In this must imv . time ui depression i is lucre any in ' ni,i.i be nee bold that tli e farmer wr. vthh.li nre so high as they are off If he sold half as in iicl as lie here, or.l.i which till- dollar received In ilni's iiiiw- - nt the same rate, it follows wages will buy so much? Is there nny surcr-nnficountry that has a large that I hold the farmer will be still be quarter ns coin nn rei, prosperous manufactures, cr eloes uTf if he sold same rate. much us now nt the n acrleullur.il class? Is It Therefore. It follows that I hold It s counnot n fact tint In every try In the world nbject nud hopeless pov- would be better for the farmer If he n)ld erty oA the part oi the masses is the nothing nt nil, but let his proiuce roi ou his fnrm. rule? I hold that the city worklngmin would l'J. Will you explain to ns for our enlightenment and guidance how our coun- be betlcr olT if he earned half as much try Is to rseniM? like conditions If we as 1 he docs now. all the widows and orbelieve thnt go to n silver basis, or how we are to is investavoid the lapse to that basis if we ndopt phans whoso means of supportby getting ed In loans will be blessed free nnd unlimited coinage nt IU to 1 back M cents on the dollar their brend when tne commercial ratio between the winners toiled for nt 100 cents In the metals is about twice that? would be still betlfl. And If jou tell us, ns many free dollar, and thnt they go to the noorhouse. had to coinage nilvocates do, that free coinage ter oil if they would lie n blessing for I believe it will raise the commercial value of sliver depositors in savings banks who to the coinage rate, will you explain to uy ion ni up us how In that case free coinage is to Have Inlil to the.,esi,CKj,c,uuget back half dollar to make money cheaper or easier to get, 100 leuts the amount of their savings Instead of how It Is to relieve "the debtor class," tiie whole. jiow it Is to Incrense the price of wheat 1 hold that the country would be betor nny other commodity? ter off if You may lo li.year on deposit nnnro that there wns of the 40eX)half the value of the capital iutlor.nl banks, amounting to In the swings banks last . This nenrly $701).oti0,000, were extinguished. of this stnte nlone ?ili:i.87.-l,r7tIt would help business all over tho counenormous sum belonged to 1,1110,178 depositors, giving nn nverage to each of try. I believe It would lie n blessing on the It represents mniulj the small f.'1'.N (CI. Nearly all states of the American union If the savings of the thrifty poor. deposited by private persons In of It has been deposited since the pres. cut standard of value wns adopted by 4000 Mate banks were reduced to t0 government. Do you think it fair cents on the dollar or largely lost altothe or Just to Impair by li per cent, or by gether. This would encourage thrift nnd even 1 per cent, the value ot the money unlmnte enterprise. in which these deiosIts were earned and I hold that the states would be furin which today they would lie paid? ther bless-- d If half of the $2.10,000,000 1. There are In this stnte SS.710 pencapital In state banks were shruuken to They drew from the govern-mepower. sioners. This half their last year nenrly $11,000,000. Con- would help the farmer. sidering the nature of this debt of honor I believe it would bo n blessing to when justly due can jou look with fa- towns if the Are Insurance companies vor upon nny policy that might result In were so crlppleel that they could pay ouly pijlng flieni In a depri'clatcd currency? nan uic line vaiuo oi risks. Ill There nre In the country W.IS I believe thnt It would fall like n benebuilding nnd loan association, of which diction upon the holders of thirteen bil418 nre In New York. These associaworth of life Insurance, on nil of lion dollars'had paid 100 cents to tions have 1,715.123 shareholders which they the dolthe working nnd snving classes. Their lar, to learn that they can realize only repreassets last j ear were ?ir0,t(l",!VH, CO cents on the dollar of their policies. loana to sented chfeily by mortgage I believe thnt It would lie an enhomeseckcrs, of whom 45.11100 nre memcouragement to home makers to know These associabers of the associations. that the four hundred nud fifty million organized withtions hnve nearly nil In building association shares in the last fifteen jenrs under the exist-In- c dollars shrivel to half their value. money standard. Can you think it were to I believe that, although owners of to the working people fair or beneliclnl to reduce by 17 per cent., or nny lesser silver would not permit the metal to be sum, the value of these Investments of coined Into dollars for Americans when It wns worth more to export than to the thrifty poor? coin, although coinage wns free nnd un17, Is It not n fact worth consideration limited, owners of silver nre unselfish In proposing n elescent to the silver stanpatriots In desiring to coin unlimited sillife Indard that tho thirty nlno now when surance compxnies nlone elolng business ver Into dollars so nt twice they can get n chance to do the worth of In this stnte Inst jear hid in force here ncariv 'J.OOO.OOO policies. Insuring over the silver nt the market price nnd half the value In the dollars to the people. The assessment compa$Ti,0m 1,000,000. I Iic5ld It to bo a solemn duty to the nies nnd various benevolent orders h.iven vast amount more. Would It not be nn SOO.OOO Invalids-Mi- the the 220.0(H) w blows pension loll of the nud orphans on Injury nnd n wrong to the houeilclarles them of these polices tho widows nnd nation to deprive monthlj-- . of half tho each It will be orphans, whom n provident lovo lutd amount paid osneclnllv heroic for those w ho get along sought to protect to compel them to now on $10 ii mouth to contrive to live In pajment depreciated money? 1R Tim "rlwi In nrlees" u htrb von ou $" a month that It Is better for the United I predict ns n result of free silver coinage woillil, oi course, mean nu increase in ine States to guide down with China und Mexico than ui with (irent Ilrltaln, cost of living to nil the people- - to Trance, sal tried me n, nnd the w hole lierinnnv. Do you know of nnj Holland, Hclglum. liody of consumers. I hold that expulsion of nil our gold case In which a rise In wages or salaries has been parallel with the rise In nud contraction of half our silver nud prices? Is there nny wnj" to render It paper U expansion of our currcnoj I hold thnt the law of gravitation can certain, or even probable, thnt the be uncmlt d bj ne t of Congress, will be comiiensated for the InI believe u Una mini quicksand is living? creased cost of for n nation. II). You attribute the decline In silver I believe that tho best way to build up of the sliver dolto the demonetization In lSi.'l, though that dollar was not a country Is to destroy It. lar my wife hns I then coined In nny considerable numbers, sensebelieve all the politiciansmore political and was Hot in circulation nt nil, owing try. than bh'ss both of us.iu the counCod Amen. to the fact that sliver bullion was worth Cliicngo more In the market than at the mint. Do jou consider that the Increase In the world's silver production from 111,100,000 Will llnvo to Work ftir It. ounces In 18'ii to 1IK.000.000 ounces In After .Mr. Ilrjnn shall become presi181)5 had something to do Iu causing the colungu shall bu accomdecline, even though gold, the standard dent nud free plished the people who wero so eager to money of all the greut commercial nau conjuncture of circumsuch tions, and the most sought after of mon- establish will finally that they ey metals, has also Increased Its jield stances better oft thandiscover wero before. they nro no !!. urn fill less in Von point ll CUT STAND ALONE. s Foolishness of tho Declaration in Favor of Monotary In- dopondonco. POPULIST IDEAS OF FINANCE. there-ofV- Feoblo Attempt to Invoko tho Na tion's Fathers in Support of Freo Coinage. Among nil the crazy assumptions of the l'ounlisttc platforms, perhaps the most foolish is tho one that wo can create nnd maintain n monetary system Independent of that of other nations. To make this stroke of idiocy more preposterous, the spirit nnd the example of the fathers of the republic nre Invoked to sustain It. Tho (Torts of the fathers were most earnestly and stcnillly directed to bringing the joung republic within the commercial brotherhood of nations, nnd nothing was further from their thoughts than the Men thnt the progress of the country could be fncllltnted by n dechration of financial Independence, l'or sixty rears nfter the pnssige of tiie mint net, Unglish, Trench, Spanish nnd Portuguese coins wero freely circulated In the United States, nnd were n legal tender for tho payment of debts nt certain values fixed by net of Congress. In his celebrated Jllnt Itcpdrt, Alexander our Hamilton euidenvored to monetery sjstcm with that of other nationsnot to mnke nny violent departure from Uuropcnn practice. The only striking departure thut wns made In the legislation fr.imeel on Hamilton's recommendations wns in fixing the coinage ratio between gold nnd silver nt 15 to 1, and the result of this quickly demonstrated what tho Popullstic Democrats call our "financial servitude." Thnt Is to say, It showed that while the mints of Trance were open to the free coinage of gold nt the rntlo of 15VJ to 1, we could not keen our cold fioni going where it would hnve most vnlue. The difference wns only nbout .'1 per cent., but it wns sulliclent to drive gold out of the country, so that In the words of Scnntor llentnii Its extinction was complete. If the establishment of n ratio of their own wns n strike for financial Independence of Uuroiie on the part of the "fathers." It wns n manifest failure, and established for the lirst generation of the republic n regime of silver monometallism. Hut this was not In the least what they desired; In fact, so little were they Impressed by the necessity for keeping silver ns n part of the circulation tint the coinage of silver elollars wns suspended by executive order in ISO." and was, for domestic purposes nt least, never resumed. That is to say, the fathers were so determined to get gold tint for thirty years they back the had been shunting into Uuropc.iii mints that they fixed n new ratio, which offered .'J per cent, more to the possessor of gold bullion than he could get In Trance or Holland. That the bullion In the sliver dollar thus became more valuable than the bullion In the gold dollar did not trouble them much, for thej, apparently, did not want the silver dollar halves, quarters and dimes of this metal beiug sufficient for their wants and nil the subseeiuent coinage of thnt but little known piece, "the dollar of the fathers," was for export to the Uast. Here, again. If monetary independence was what they nre aiming at, the result wns a failure, for Uurope diverted into Its own mints the silver of the United States as peremptorily ns it had done the gold, for the simple reason that no law could compel the owner of bullion not to take it where he got most for It In returned coins. Hut the Populists nre determined to hnve "an economic nnd finnnchl system which shall make us masters of our own Among the preliminaries of nffnlrs." such n condition of things, they nre at least logical euough to recognize the necessity of interfering with the freedom of prlvnte contract. That was a cure for financial lameness not thought of by the fathers of the republic, and Is one generally deemed to be contrary to the letter and spirit of the constitution which they framed. Hut the transformation of the Democrat Into tho Populist Bcems, nmonc other chnnges. to work n surnrls- ing Indifference to the vnlue of the safeguards of the constitution. Trom old habit, there Is the customary profession of allegiance to "those great essential principles of justice and liberty upon which our Institutions arc founded," only to be follow ed by a series of propositions destructive alike of the principles nnd institutions. On whatever other points the mnkers of the constitution may have differed, they wero entirely nt ono ns to the obligation both of nations nnd of individuals to make nn honest provision for pnj Ing their debts. Rochester Post. Tho Dllllouliy Is tlio Tar I IT. In n recent speech nt La Grange, Ind., Senator Hurrows said: "With all tho vagaries of the three Hryan platforms they nil unite In the demand for the free and unlimited coinage of fcllver nt 10 to 1, nnd to that question Mr. Hiynn devoted n goodly portion of ids time In his siieceh of ncceptnnce. Ho declared that 'times are hard, prices nre 'f much-tnlked-- - uic-fir- ? Demo-crnt- one-hal- "on'cl-entlo- 'nter-nation- s pros-kto- - s well-tr-d- o sllver-lnsi- g e destrojed. "Mr. Whitney says: 'Don't talk nbout the tnrlff.' Hut the whole difficulty today is tariff. When MeKlnley Is president low, nnd Mimetlilng Is vltnlly wrong.' It is not the erlmo of '711, hovvever, but tho folly of '02, when Harrison was defeated and the prosperity of the United States wage-earner- s, Austria-Hungar- Wage1-earne- rock-botto- Tlnies-IIcrnl- our history. "Panic nlwnys accompanies free trade. During the thirty jenrs from 1S01 to 1802 we lind unbounded prosperity; wealth advanced; this republic took a lend In manufacturing nnd stood ahead ot , INK!. all other nations until March g The public debt wns reduced administrations, mid increased under Democratic. There is pot n single day but the government Is running The deficiency elurlng July, lSOt), alone wns 1:1,000,000. "The results of the Democratic policy arc so evident that n new issue was necessary to give them even a fighting chniico before the people in this campaign, nud to they say that In 187.'! the Itepubllcnn pnrty caused the trouble by demonetizing silver. If that Is so why dii-in- the money question will settle itself. "Moro silver elollars vveio coined during Itepubllcnn administration than during all of the other clgbtj-thrc- e years of It is n idea for bimetallism nnd In strong fiiWl opposition to tiie gold motinmetnlllsts. He snjs, though, ns every other true snjs, thnt the attempt on the part of this country to coin silver In unlimited quantities free, without nn understanding with other nations, would Writor Introduces Himself to tho be nn assault on the cause of bimetallism nnd practical suicide for the finnnees of Farmers Telling of His Own tho United States. In 1878 (Jen. Walk-e- r said: "Tor us to throw ourselves Rural Experiences. nlone Into the breach, simply because we think sliver ought not to have been demonetized and ought now to be restored, would tie n piece of Quixotism un- WHATIS WRONG WITH FARMING? worthy the sound practical sense of our people. Tho remedy of the wrong must he sought In the concerted nctlon of the civilized stntes, under nn Increasing conPropounds and Answers This Question viction of the Impolicy of basing the Advocating MeKlnley and His world's trade on n single money metal." This Is his opinion today. Policy as a Panacea. As to the possibility of free colnago without nn Immediate fall to n silver basis, and the strident claim that this country Is big enough to "leglshte for It- Special Correspondence of the Chicago Dally self," (Jen. Walker points out two facts. News. The stock of precious metnli has so New York, Aug. 5. I desire to Introgreatly Increased In the world, and communication nnd transportation nre so duce mjsclf to the farmers by saying I much There rapid thnn of old, thnt even am by trade one of tiicm, though for a Trance found It Impossible in 1873 to long engaged In dally labor on the continue freo sliver colnnge. Since there dally time papers. There arc still some frosty Is vastly less money metal used In the United States than In Trance, the In- old friends of mine who can testify of fluence which this country can exert their own knowledge that fifty years ngo upon the money market of the world Is there wasn't n boy In Butler county, O., less than the Influeneo of Trance. And I. yet no one nccuses (Jen. Wnlkcr of be- who could turn a furrow better thnnleft ing less n patriot or less proud of the or was more expert In using plows country for which he fought than tho or right handed on hillsides or level joungest orator of the far West. The lands, so ns to leave less unbroken land difference Is thnt he Is n student and a nt the turns than I, and there Is no light man of sense. Syracuse Post. work I would like better now than plowing corn when It is about ns high as ft Tho Money of llio Constitution. plow boy. The trouble then is it Is so brit"silver-Ite- s' tle, and It Is very provoking to have thj What w lid talk Is thlf of the ' convention, "In fnvor of restoring and many stalks Erettylammed broken punishment a horse I ns a for putto the people of the United States the ting his rude foot Into n hill of corn. I d money of the constitution was a great boy to bind wheat, rye, oats gold nnd silver not one, but both? The constitution prescribes no suchv or barley with double bands, nnd once I money, nor nny form of money what-e- tied up n btncksnnko In a sheaf of wheat so tight he could not get out, nnd there er. Hut If It Is "gold and silver not one, never wns a snake or a boy more astonbut both" that they want, why are they ished. I could beat the girls dropping not contented now ? Both gold nnd silver corn four grains to the hill and I know are In circulation now, on equal terms, nil about husking frosty enrs of corn with n bone busking peg, held by a strap in larger quantities than ever before. In the twentj two years since the blood- over the two middle fingers of the right of digcurdling "crime of 187.T' was perpetrated bund; nnd the accomplishments more than fifty times ns many sliver elo- ging potatoes without cutting them, and mixing green nnd dry food for horses, llars have been coined as in the eighty and watching calves become cattle, colts years preceding. The simple fact is that the United evolve Into horses, limbs nnd pigs bloom n very much larger actual Into sheep and hogs, nre, with nil the Stntes ins silver money hopes nnd fenra nssocinted with them, supply of full legal-tende- d The practical farmers will dethan nny other country In the world, excepting India and China, nnd a larger tect in these observations the presence of n line of Information not pulled out of supply In proiiortion to Its population up in schools. I books or than nny other, excepting Trance, Spain too, aboutpickedwny good old farms know, grow the and Holland. It has more gold in circunny in the world, less valuable, In spite of faithful attenlation, nctuallly. than Is that some farmers excepting only Trance, nnd more propor-tlonatci- y tion, and how it than any Uuropenn country, who do not buy pianos on the installexcepting (Jrent Ilrltaln, Trance nnil ment plan find it a pleasant experience to Germany. It nlso has more money of borrow money. Farmers Are Discouraged. nil kinds In circulation, nnd nil nt par, than most nations of the world. The news lias been circulated a good Less talk and more reflection would deal and not conclusively contradicted currency reconvince these would-b- e what thnt this year a good many farmers nre formers that wo already have money so discouraged by the wny their affairs d they talk of ns "the have been going that they nre rendy to of the constitution." in abundant supply, do something unexpected In politics for every man who Is willing honestly mat some oi tnem mini; maync mere is to earn It. New VorK xrimine. something In free sliver thnt would Just fit their case therefore, that there Mills, Not Mints. nre Itepubllcnn farmers who If not enMore truth cannot be crowded into an lightened nre liable to vote for Bryan equal number of words than is found In and Watson or Bryan and Scwnll. They this passage of Mnj. McKlnlev's speech have heard so much about free silver as In reply to n congratulatory address from a patent medicine to cure the rheumasome of his old comrades in nrms: tism, heartburn, earache, fistula, dyspep1 Uo not know what you think about it. sia nnd vertigo that they do not know but I believe it Is a pood deal hetter to open hut they will try It. If they do they will lann the mills of the United States to tho bor of America than to open up the mints of make the same mistake tho workmen the United States to tho silver of tho world. did four years ago nnd Invite even a Thl goc. hord and straight to the greater misfortune thnn they tumbled upon themselves. There is absolutely root nf the mnttcr. farmers. Times nre not dull In Pittsburg because nothing In free sllrer for ly there Is no mint coining silver or gold Whatever they want for relief It the In that city, but because is not depreciated money dollars dollars great iron works ore not running on full debased. We have been going on now time. There was no mint at work In with dollars of the same value as that South Chicago when the rolling mills of gold for eighteen years and a chnngo were nt work by night and by day, but jn the purchasing power of a dollar will there was n wage roll of $0,000,000 a not help any honest man, unless It Is year. It was not because of the activity incidentally and In a petty and fracof tho mints that Louisiana nearly dou- tional way. bled its sugar output, but because of the What is the matter with farming? MeKlnley bounty. It was not because The owner of ono of the finest farms In the mints were more nctive In 1SU1 than Ungland, within sight of tho forest of In 1S03 that In the first year men were Windsor nnd the towers of Windsor striking because they could not earn castle, stntcd to me that wheat had got moro than $3 per day, nnd In the last so cheap In Kngland that the straw was were hunting for work nt 75 cents, and, more valuable than the grain. The defor tho most part, not finding it. The pression Is not exclusively American. mints were turning out ns much money The trouble Is acknowledged what Is in 1!D3 as In 1&01. But the mills were the remedy? Whatever may te wrong, not turning out so mnny yards of cloth and however difficult it may be to right or tons of iron. the wrong, there should not be a farmStart the mills nnd the mints will all America so Ignorant ns not to active. Iteturn to protection, nnd er in that the man who has done most to Chicago know the currency will Bettle itself. frame n tariff law to help the farmers is Inter Ocean. William MeKlnley. Tree, Silver nnil "Wages. XVIint MeKlnley Has Done. attempts to explain A correspondent What did he do? Consider sugar bounwages would be increased under how ties, for one thing. If the law had been free silver coinage bjs asserting that to remain ns ho drew jt Nebras"trades unions, through strikes and nllowcdthis tlmo would have teemed with by other means, would force tho price of ka manufactories, every ono a Is beet-suglabor to n higher standard." This help to the farmers, nnd the soil ot sheer nonsense. Nebraska is better for sugar beets than demonBxperlenco has conclusively only needs a good strated that wages, under a debased sys- that of Germany enormous nnd inthe tem of currency, never Increased Incom- start to establish nn valuable industry. The MeKlnley duty same degree ns the money cost of barley caused the raising of millions modities. If there was ever n condition on the average of of affairs which wns favorable to such of bushels additional to reduced sensibly nnd an lucrcaso It was during tho Rebellion. former crops, wheatthis production. This Ij only on n cheap money the excess of We wero not dibasis, but the ranks of labor had ben an example of what we mean by thesysIndustry that tho protective enormously elepleted to send men to the versified front to battle for tho republic. by Yet, tem promotes. We want moro of it, nnd the that Is McKlnlejIsm. what actually occurred? Judged Why are wheat nnd butter down? As power of his wnges Curehaslug lblkl received only 70the cents to wheat: The uso of agricultural mabe bad received a gold dollar In chinery and the Improvement In transwhero lSliO: in 1801 he received nbout 81 cents portation has cheapened l.ilior and extended available territory. Argentina Isj and In 1S05 a. little over CO cents. But how do workingmen fancy the Idea a prodigious wheat field. The soil Is compelled to resort to "strikes" admirable, the rivers are deep, tho plains of being in nnler Unit their wages mar have the give fuli sweep to the machinery, the railsame purchasing power that they do roads havo nothing else to do than car-r- v i,n nhent io market and the steamers It will occur to sensible tollers now? that If freo silver colnnge is going to carry the grain to Liverpool in huge enr-goe- s. Sailing vessels whoso sails are precipitate strikes, not really for higher wnges. but simply to keep the wnges pulled about by steam, saving bands, nlrendy exist, it will be the part of cheapen the cost of putting down Artint wisdom to let well enough alone. Now gentina wheat In Llveriool, Tgypt, India, York Commercial Advertiser. Cnnnda, Bussln, compete with us In the To Sound Money Democrats. Here Is a brief and simple catechism for sound money Democrats: "Do jou want to bent "If jou want to beat Ilrjnn, do you know of any other way of doing It than by electing MeKlnley?" "If jou want to beat Bryan, nnd don't know of any other wny of doing It thnn by electing MeKlnley, why don't jou tnke your coat off and wade In and elect MeKlnley?" Answers to these interrogatories are respectfully solicited from sound money Democrats who declare the currency the paramount Issue and yet refuso to act ns If they believed what they said. Boston Journal. Curiosities of Our Money. Tew persons nre aware thnt silver eertificntes are not legal lender, though receivable for public dues. The fact was recently, it I stntcd, forced ou the nttention of tho tiostolllcc department by n person who refused to accept the In pajmeut of a money order. Thus, it seems, the government Is obliged to receive silver certificates, but cannot nay them ont to any oue unwilling to receive them. Should our silver friends become able to legislate, they will doubtless make the certificate., legal tender, so js to force the unwilling patriot to take the paper representative of 53 cents at a Brj-nn?- " 100-ce- ) wheat market of Western Ihiropc. Tho world is n sort of country neighborhood. What Is the matter with butter? Let the price of buttera go up ina New York living can pound to 25 or 30 cents bo inado producing butter nt those fihappens? cable message A gureswhat goes to Australia and there aro shiptons excellent ments of thousands of It canof be placed butter at once. And 111 did It not show Itself before 1&0.1? We were prosperous In '02, and the crime bad been committed before then." These questions are The World would have it mndo clear that free and unlimited colnago volves no danger to tho premises prosperity to all meanwhile? 20. You speak of the "crime against silver" involved In suspending the coin-ag- e of nonclrculntlng dollars. Has jour nttcntlon been called to the fact that the government coined only IKXI.llOO silver dollars In 18711, but that from January 1 to June 30 of this year It coined or D03.0U1 more than In the jears of Its history up entire eighty-on- e to 1873? ,,,,.. tie. people. bo rejoiced to tho nolley of at 10 to 1 In- country, but It Gen. AVnlkcr'a llliuotallUm. Not it man of them will bo able to gi-- t a Trancis A. Walker, president of the dollar, whether worth 60 rents or other, mny bo wise, except Iu the same way thnt Boston Institute of Tcchnologj-leader money has always been got. It must cnlleel the Stutes, of tho Mmetnlllsts of so far as a man not In obtained In some sort of honest busi- tho United bo Thero Is no politics cnu be called a leader of a moveness or earned as wages. become n political other way In which nn honest penny cau ment which has ardent advocato of Issue. interHo has been an be got. New Orleans ricayunc. national bimetallism for more than twenty jenrs. He speaks with authority on MnJ. McKluley's talks to tho old who call upon hint are models of all economic questions, but bimetallism his hobby, be short, patriotic speeches, as have been mny new called written without regard to book, A all ms short speeches slnco his nomi- tho present situation, but singularly apfor President. There are a few nation propriate, has just appeared, bearing pcoplo criticising McKlnely as a one-Ide(len. Walker's name on tho title page. man In this campaign. New York and profitably sold at 12 It cannot ho produced York nt those figures. Ibis IlThe transIs not Imaginary. lustration actions supposed have occurred recently. the remedy? We can answer What Is confidently thnt the coinage of mora v o silver elollars will not bo n help. own ought to raise our own barley, our own eggs, chickens, onions bops, our and potatoes, to mako our own sugar and our own tlnplate, so as to give the advantage of our own markets, the most valuable in tho world or that ever were The producIn It, to our own people. named tion of articles wo Itavo Just working-me- n would turn over to American gold dollars annually, 100.000,000 of nnd then custom would linprovo the Thero Is no patent value of tho fnrms. Our records nro nostrum nbout this. full of the proof furnished by our own The best thing tho farm experience. er can do Is to try McKlnlejIsm. cents n pound. In New " valuation. Murat Halstead. THUKK luuiumg sua uic uuciuuuu wus )eui In'sirjginp;'' Tbeclasi had dinner on -- ,.... arris leIUnF-- n , w. y ...nwi s. .,.., m tXiY words how and please don't say "charge this to me," until you have ptld off the old debt. AS. XJ I1UUI rvM .. vu ma Husi for the paused weelc. Tichenor entered Miss Florence i.. t ratpns.uRMi m vrii Donio trom a local riiKKlst sad rood rs.ulUqulckl followed. I then nrocurien aaousr Dome, and vj tns urns I hef uad this up I was SVdifferent man. my j mends ouu relatives in tnis community recently, , Mis Nancy Outer and Mr. Will aassasBSiWijErJ.:-t- y nfcwi 1 ,' r " tJfiilslH, MBBtM -HARTFORD, KY., REPUBLICAN. II. I'M flU-rH IffiPfFfl I JIIUiMIIf'i rillDAV, sni'TUMIlEIl Tho Only Eli Telia tho Hollow Tale of Frco Silver. HE SIZES Good UP THE SITUATION. Reasons Advanced for Being on the Side of Gold "Are you In favor of loth silver and cold?" nkcd a Populist of nil Perkins. "Certainly," mH nil, "every civilized nation uses the two metals gold nnJ silver lint tlie United States Is the only nation that lias coined as much silver as gold. We have been rank bimetal-lists- . We have stood by silver too long. AVc have coined $023,300,000 worth of silver and $020,000,000 north of cold." l-II"What have tho other great nations coined?" asked the Populist. "Why. they have coined less than half ns much an we have, nngland (the "I believe it Is a good deal better to open up the mills of the United States to the labor of America than to open United Kingdom) has coined and has on up the mints of the United States to the sliver of the world." If Vi. MiKmlty. $112,000,000 worth of silver and hand Chicago S.V.0,000,000 In gold: France has In silver and $82.".000.000 in gold; Germany has only $216,000,000 In legal with gold undollar, he says, that has brought down silver ami $r2..00O.0OU In gold; Kussia guaranteeIt It would tender$400,000,000 to der It. take allthls alleged calamity upon ns. Ins only in silver and Slou,-00Nobody but the tnlue owner would be do this IB to I. Can we do It?" 000 in gold." bcnelltisl If silter should go up from "How about "Then no have coined nbout ns much ver?" asked the Mexican and India silounce, mid we can 08 In 129 cents Populist. silver ns all of tiiem together'" hardly supjhho that Mr. ltrinn Is run-- I come to us like "Ah, "Not quite. Thce four great nations, deluge! that would no tariff against sil-a niug tills silter crusade for the sole and We His Solo Aim is to Seduce tho cxciiiivo Ismetit of a huudful of millionwith u population of !Mt),000.000 iiooplc, ver. It wouldhato us: 1.200.- Hour have on hand .87l!.O00.0O0 ill silicr, 000.000 people would in unon on 70,000.-00aire mine owners. unload Valuo of tho Monotary while we. with 00,000,000 people, have There has been mined during the Ills whole nrgument Is for cheaper In silcr." SlO.UUO.U0O.0tN) worth last dollars if it has any or niiit at all. .tea Standard. "Where is our silter now?" asked the Miter.400 The sworld mined $209.10.-00- 0 of He entices farmers to join In the eril-- I Populist. sude bv suggesting that they can jwy sliver last year. 1 his "Why. $ri0S,O0O.OO0 lies piled up In worth of upon ineir neius easier Willi ciioap Hollars. the treasury. It is rusting In the vaults, would come rushing in groundih.of We the BASES HIS ARGUMENTS ON IT He is like the unjust steward who said paying no Interest, and dropping In would be the dumping to the debtor who owed his lord n hunIt, and when talue. Carlisle Is bogging the people to world. We could not loin all our coined we stormed dred measure" of oil, "tnke thy bill and tike it. freight free, but he can only get sliver would our guarantee sit down quickly and write fifty." fnll back from 10 to t to In circulation. The people s to J. We would have the iiOcont Claptrap by Which the Orator Seeks He tells the that It would won't hate it. They sling it back to be a good thing for them to get their no gold the banks, and then the free silver men dollars of China and Japan, with laughing in our treasury, nnd be the jsiy in cheaper dollirs and that lu some to Capture Foolish Jump up and cry, 'We want more silver!' rouudnlsiut way cheaper dollars would They say, 'The poor people are dying stock of the world." Voters. glie them steadier employment. "Well, w ho tvoulil be benefited by free for silver. Coin morel' He tells the holders of iusiiraniv polihow much of our cold Is In elr. coinage?"' asked the Populist. "And cies that It would be t ell. no one but the blessed thing for lie owners. culitlon?" them to have their losses paid in cheaper There are Soot) of them. Their work"Why. every solitary dollar $020,000.-O0- 0 dollars, because the companies would Mr. Hryan's "Informal" speech acceptworth of it. Tho banks only hold men are paid In silver, paper or gold dollars worth 100 cents In gold. The ing the nomination for the presidency loe more than they (the policyholders) ?12S.O0O.O0O." "You don't say tho nation has no gold mine owner Is working for silter was carefully written beforehand, nnd it would, the aggregate of premiums exceeding the aggregate of losses, and the worth TkI cents. The farmer is getting nt nil?" "No gold of our own. We borrowed money ns good ns gold for his whe.it took about two hours' time to deliver It. premiums being paid In cheaper dollars. can hardly be necessary, therefore, to . We tells the depositor With free silver he It 5200,000,000 from a few Americans nt and cotton now. in savings 3 per cent, and spent that running the could get no more for hi" produce nor wait for Ills "formal Utter" lu order to lianks that it would bo nice thing for them to draw out cheaper dollars than government ami we've got to par It no better money than he Is getting. learn his tioits on the issues of the they put In because If they don't they And, by nnd by, if we went on coining back. Then Cleveland borrowed may not be able to draw out mi thing, more from the Rothschilds nnd silver nd libitum, silver would go down The most of his long nnd prosy speech or they may find It necessary to draw KnglMi at 4 per ceut while our own like the old greenbacks In ISiVI. That the Is devoted to what he calls "the paraout nil their money to meet liiing expeople were crying for It at .1 per cent., went down to 35 cents on a dollar, iid that we've got to return In gold. while gold stood still. You could buy mount question of the campaign the penses.such puerilities he seeks to Induce Hy To tell you the honest truth, this nation wheat then for $2.50 In greenback or money question." And ns this is in fact lias got just $90,000,000 worth of bor- 85 cents In gold. You could buy u farm the real Issue other pirts of his speech people to swallow the free silter pill. rowed gold In the treasury. Hut we observe one strangii overs'sl't. In lStU for $00 an aero In greenbacks or may be disregarded, or nt least comment It Isn't Mr. Bryan did not explain how ours. It is borrowed to prevent a run $20 in gold. Do jou want that to occur on them may be postiioned. In discussing the money question Mr. dollars would benefit pensioner el. caper on the treasury, with 100,000,000 In again?" lie ltryan nt every step that the might hate told them that th'.t rould cold due the people besides. Oh, If wc The Populit was silent. standard dollar we now have is too had bought gold when wo coined that more than make up their loss by dead That assumption lies nt the bot- beating their landlords ami butehers jd $..08,000,000 worth of silver now lying "Poor Man's Money." tom of the whole nrgument. lie comIdle in the treasury, as nngland, Trance, Ilui he lost his opportunity. Among the transparencies carried by plains that the dollar U too dear. 'and grocers. Oermany and ltussla did, we would be Perhaps h i ill attend to that in his ltryan at on top today. We wouldn't be tho the shouters for were some Dcs Moines that It is filming dearer: and to this he "formal lettc r " bearing the attributes all our economic woes, reul or evening I'riday laughing stock of nuropo then." When it comes to that he may think "Did nngland nnd the other nations words, "Silver is tho poor man's money," imaginary. As a remedy he proposes something It best to make It n llttlo clearer. If he stop coining silver?" asked the Popu- "Vote for the poor man's money" and "A 20Ctcent dollar is n dishonest dollar," which he culls bimetallism, but which, can, how workingmen, policy holders, delist. "Of course they did. They rang the Such sentences show the drift of tho so far from that, Is silter monometal- positors in satines banks and Investors in building nnd loan associations would lism. bell nnd put out the red light against public mind nnd retell only too plainly be benefited by getting their pay In dolMlver years ago. Since 1800 nngland that with many people the silver quesHe has much to say nbout bimetallism, nnywhi're from 10 to 50 per lars lias coined $140,000,000 In gold nnd only tion Is 0110 of prejudice rather than one declaring that no party opposes it, but cent, worththan tho less dollars they nre now What Is the meaning of the what he really propose's Is, in his own of reason. 814,000,000 In silver; Prance has coined getting, or the dollars they deposited, Inwords, "the immediate restoration of $111,000,000 in gold nnd not n cent of sil- phrase, "Silver Is the poor mans monvery much If the man the free nnd unlimited coinage of silver vested or paid in premiums. ver, nnd Germany has coined $19,000,-00- 0 ey?" We doubt There Is ground remaining to be covIn gold and only S4,500,000 in silver. who carried that transparency could and gold nt the present legal ratio of 10 "formal letter," though the They have been hugging the shore, while have given nn Intelligent answer. Under to 1 without waiting for the aid or con- ered in Hintrpct-e"informal" was two hours long. present conditions n silver dollar of the sent of nny other nation." our miners and Populists hate piloted us Chicago Chronicle (Dem.). United States will buy Just as much nt into deep water." Thus Is to say, he proposes to permit gold dollar. It anyone who has sixteen ounces of si"How much silver Is there for each home or abroad ns pen-omakes no difference to the ttorklugman lter to take It to the mint mid have it In the big nations?" Iticli nnd tho Poor. "We have $0 In silver for each person whether he nreites his wiekly wnges made into ns many dollars ns are made Here now comes up this thoroughly In this country, but the people onlv tnke in gold or silter coin. The amouut of from one ounce of gold, or $20.07. question of the rich against 70 cents. They kick $S back Into the goods he can purchase is the same. Unlie proposes this when he knows, or Kior. Some criticism Is nlrendv treasury, nngland has $2.88 per person, til tho agitation of the sllverltes drove may know by referring to the published the at this movement because those, Germany has M.:j."5 nnd Prance $12, but the gold of the country Into hiding places quotations, that sixteen ounces of siin it nre representatives of proper$9 of It lieu idle nnd all silver coinage is workmen wire eften paid In gold and lter nre worth only $11 lu gold. He ty In their respective localities. It Is Mopped, and their red lantern hangs when this slliir craze is squelched they must know that an ounce of gold Is characterized ns the ricii nun's movewill again rcceiie gold as a part of their worth In the market nearly twice sixout." ment. Property Is bawling together to teen ounces of sliter. curry Its ends, nnd those ends nre liiltui-f..."Some notions have fice coinage," sug- wages. I to the Thero is one way, hovtever, in which gested the Populist. What he really proposes, therefore. Is and the firmer. "Certainly and look nt their condi- silter can be snld to bo the poor man's to substitute tho silter dollar for the This simply Is criminil nonsense. There tion! They are bankrupt. Our sliver money. In those countries where the gold dollar as our standard, and to make Is not the slightest wnrrant In reason for dollar N still worth 100 cents In gold coinage of silter is unrestricted the the substitution because the silter dol- any such stntement. The pariuiuuiit nny where on earth. Hut In the free coinme emphatically poor. A list lar is cheaper. of tho campaign is n business Issue. Is printed in another age nations, like Mexico, Japan, China of thoe countries It relates to the tert- - life blood of busIndeed, he virtually admits this at alnnd India, where free coinage has bank- column this morning nnd the wnges paid most ctery step in his labored urgainent. inesswhether that blood shall be purirupted those nations their dollars nre to skilled nnd unskilled laborers giten. As AH his arguments addressed to fanners, fied nnd kept pure, or tltlnted nnd Imletpoverished. Surely to men who work for wnges, to holders worth r.0 cents. They have no gold. was shown by the that proposition of Insurance policies and so on virtu illy reaches nnd interests everjbody. Gold fled with free coinage. And It will do ters from Mexico published in tho he proposes to substitute a another point. What authority Is there on I'riday and Saturday the admit that so ngnln." for the assumption that In moving In his price of the necessaries of life in these cheaper dollar as the standard. "China has no gold at nil you sav?" He tries to conceal the admission by own interests the business man is, mov"None at nil. China has $7.r.O,600,0O0 countries Is double the price paid ill the worth of silver, but no gold: Unites States. Is this "tlio poor man'it talking nbout a "rising standard," nnd ing against the Inter sts of other men? of the talking about "Influenced which nre now I nder a free government nil interests India has $150,000,000 In silver, nnd no money" that the The business man cannot gold; Spain, wrecked by too free coin- United States nre to tote for? Are they operating to destroy filter. In the United are allied. r. ...1 elm fn.n. age of silver, has $100,000,000 in filter willing to sink to the level of tho Mexi- Slates." Hut whllo tho attempt is uJrolt prosper if the or do not. It Is impossible. If the crops it will not succeed. nnd $10,000,000 in gold, and Mexico has can peon or the coolie of India? If so We hato wo "rising standard." Wo inn nnci the mines una factories nre idle, way to do it Is to vote for the free In sitter and $50,000,000 In the wo the r gold." and unlimited coinage of silter. If a hate in all same standard that sixty-tw- have so that the farmer mid the had for have no money, how can the merchant, "How much money to the person cir- free coinage law such ns Is contemplated .tears. An coin pnj ments may cxc'iango or ounce of gold the banker, or tho manufacturer culates In those free coluagu countries?" by the silterites be passed, one of two for more of commodities In general Hun here Is business to thrlte usked the Populist. tilings must happen, nither the silver It from.' On the other hand. If timescome nre "China has .yi 20. whllo the.; United of the entire world must bo lifted to a it would twenty or thirty .tears ago. in good may, and probably does, go farther and confidence prevails, all feel tho 5Sn.,.,.,a l'a$'-3- : Mexico has In.ll.i paritv with gold or the silter dollar of ing tho necessary cost of lit lug. Hut S.U.J, nnd Japan $1. This is poverty for the United States must sink to the level pa)will not go further In pajlng for labor. benefits nlike. Not all in equal degree It of course. That could not 3 our of Mexico and other silter countries. Its talue measured by the labor s'and-arc- ! never has been. That never willbe. That "Who suffers from frco coinage In that case tho wnges of the working-ma- n be. Hut Is less than It was years ago. A to the extent of their stake in the game, there?" InIn two ml he man can earn mnro of It by working tho when the winnings nre large, the "Utcrynnc. nvery man has lost half deed will be cut to talk of "jiworwill farmer man's same number of hours. If, then, he can nnil the lime cause r get flielr sharo nlong his wealth. A man In Japan. Mexico, money," buy more with the ounce of gold ho Is with the business man. Washington China or India who was north $1000 Why should not the laborer continue belter off In two ways: no gets more .star. thirty .tears ago Is worth $500 tnd.iv. to b paid in good money? Cedar Itnp-Id- s gold for his labor and he gets more of 'J ho pay of tho laborer has not been tho necessaries and comforts of life for Hi public nn. hanged, bnt n mnn who gits 10 Japan null Mexico. his gold. day In China, Japan or India cents a really "If There nre no "Influences operating to why sllicr Is such nn slioinlimble curse Who Control Silver Milieu? gets 5. are Jnpin Mexico "Does Wall street own or control any of destroy silter In the United States." prosperity!"-- J. nml Amber, IiikiiiiIii- - with "When I went to China," contl.iued K Muli nt least ten times mines If so, much Mr. l.Vikins. "my letter of credit .ailed nil theIssilter object of this country? about We now hate ns inomy, Includingasuctunl In being so still No one says her trliat that silver Is nn silter serving for !s.0, 0 In American dollars. When I It?" II. . Uremic 11, Knu, coin. Its lepresentatlvo certificates and "abonilnnhle curse." The project of g cot thero I found $10,300 to my credit to the sllicr standard Is one which You seem to think Wall street Is n Sherman notes, ns wo ever had vhen in Mexican or Japanese dollars. Now would bring on mi era of pmlc and We doubt If tho iiujorltv of the colungo of sliter was flee. who has eior lost lint thing by tlin Amor. woman. operating to financial disaster; but to siy this There are no lean dollar .Not a man. It Is as good the Populists who talk so glibly about destroy one dollarlulluenccs mass of silver of this project Is bad Is not to say silver is a The ns gold. Our good government him imt "Wall street" know what it Is. mounting Try to apply reason to the to about $550,000,000, or "curse." United States subtreasury In New York old under It. Hut free coinage uoiil, G about $50,000,000 more than gold esti- subject, not prejudice nnd emotion, 'j'ho Is on Wall street; so are a number of nil- emieis I'lllK. 11 would In jug Is a plain one of business nnd question mated to be in circulation. banks and brokers' ollices. When prop8 to the level of MoxI.m n.,.1 I...11 . The slinplj truth is, nnd there Is no only common sense Is needed tu settle It "What would he the lirot result of erly used "Wall street" Is simply n general name for the dealers In New York like In trying to disguise or hide It, that rightly. frco coinage l" You say Japan and Mexico nre 'lioom-InHrj.ut nnd the men behind him are enother "All gold would hide nway. Then we in stocks, bonds mill nre securities. gaged lu desperate attempt to lower with prosperity." owned by corHow do you The sliter mines nre now exporting nunmilly $10,000 000 Prosperity Is nn extremely and their stock Is dealt lu by the talue of the dollar. If that Is not know this worth of commercial sllicr ami selling porations, In both countries the same us other what they nn after there Is not a gleam relative term. enough to make a dollar for 50 cents New York brokers, the Is In of the working class are not keeping That Is 3S to 1. Tho free sllverltes stocks. "Wnll street'1fellows who are of Itsense true Mr. Urjnn's speech. believe wages an American tvnrklngmaii so Is The that ho says, "We would still aliout it. want their silver coined like our col great silter barons, that a sllwr dollar will be worth as deem them starvation wages. the Ho could keeping filter, 10 to 1, and handed back to them. who are still nre frco coinage, and spend- much as a gold doll t." It is true that not live. Mexico Is far more prosiHTous pushing "With tho government pa) Jug a double ing money like water to make It win. he sajs, "1 nin llrm'y convinced that by than she has been for many yems. hut value for silver exportation would cease, it Is because, under President I)laz, don't ttnnt the toters to know opening our mints to flee iiud unlimited and the government would pay the win. They free colnago nt 10 to 1 would, by colnagu at the present ratio we can there has been pence. The country has crs $80,000,000 for what they aie that putting tho country on a sliter basis, create a demand for silter that will keep not been the scene of chronic revolution, now selling for $10,000,000. Then make the value of the dollar depend the price of silter bullion at $1.29 per as It was up to a few years ago. Wages tho output would Increase. Wo on the market price of silver bullion, are very low, and manufacturing is ounce measured by gold." rained $82,000,000 profitable. Japan is Just ndoptlng the worth of sliver which they, by speculation, could run Hut If Mr. llryuu Is firmly convinced in 1892. In 181KJ we would mine up or down, nnd really put the entire of thnt, what is he making all this do use of machinery In manufactures, and money f tho country at their mercy. $200,000,000, with tho price The dollar would still be a) Is jet far behind us In everything, about? We would have to take It and Toledo Illado dear as It Is now, and It is the dear Toledo Hladc. AIsD 3LA.BOH YIL1L AGEEE WITH Iiiltr-Octa- SAW,-200.0- 0 is-- r wage-earner- 111 11 11 cam-liaig- tnlu-abl- 11 n wage-earn- wage-earne- rs no-ce- wage-earne- wage-earne- o $.-- 11 wage-earne- g 11 low-th- 1 11 dou-hie- In 1S(TI, after Ins dread Mourn!, we 1II1I not suppose we wo him with us again ivi have w hate us today that brave soldier ouirade, ( Itussell II. Hastings. IAiuihiiise.1 m was glad to note lu tint et.iunt spci of my co m in ile, Cant. Ullen. that Survivors of tho Trronty-tlii- rt old Tw till) third Ohio stands lu 11 us it stood In 18111. for the counlrr n Ohio Rcgitnont Jourtioy ill a the country's flag. Ureal aiipiause n .tieiviniey, 1 1.1 .Mini cries "i-oBody to OautoD. could hate doubted that, knotting luelnl from which this old raiment lJ inane. My conirndes, you nre Just M'KINLEY AND HIS COMRADES. country now nsjott wc re lotnl ns loyal to eouii' then, nnd ns you stood from 1S01 to If Hon of the governnu for the proserin Tho Maj'or Makes a Speech Which of the United Stntes. toil stand tm! Just ns unitedly for the honor of government nnd tho preservation of Rousos tho Old Soldiers to credit nnd currency. Cheers Enthusiasm. i'rotrrlli.it mill Hnllllil Molipy, I do not know what ymt think nbc it, hut I bellcte that It Is a good d us the mills of the Ui better to Two hundred of MnJ. McKlnley's old ed States okuthe labor uf America Ih to comrades lu war called nt his home cm to open up the minis of iho Unli August 12. They came from Clct eland Slntes to the silver of the world. On principally, but tunny of them from dis- cheering' and cries of "You are right told tant points. They were survltors of the Washington was us over nnd over ngi nothing so iulpotti Twenty-thir- d Ohio Volunteer Infantry. that there ns the to nreserie nation's honor, The regiment was famed for Its war snld thnt the most important source record, the number of its hard-fougstrength was the public credit, and tl battles, liu hiding South Mountain, the best method of preseril ig it was and Cen. Sheridan's m my but sparingly No ties in tlie Shenandoah valley lu '01; fur use It ns can get 011ns possible. nnd gi without it eminent (tie nutnncr 01 its mien mm uoiinuci. serve its honor. No government Is p jri mid nlso for Us great men noted lu enough to get on without it. In t war and civil life. Of the field otliccrs only two survive -- dnrkest dnys of the revolution. Hob. Oen. William S. Itoseernns of San Pran-cisc- o Morris, its Annnrlcr, went to one of and Cen. Itussell Hastings of the friends In Philadelphia after he had volved himself ns n debtor for n Ini Hermuda Islands. The siene today wan a touching one. sum of money on account of the go Mrs. MeKinley sat in the hallway lunr eminent nnd snld to him- - "I must ha the poreh, from which the major re- $1,500,000 for the continental army sponded to the eloquent greeting given Ills friend said: "What security c him by ('apt. John S. mien, mayor of jou give, llolicrl?" He answered: ". Wllloughby. The old soldiers cheered name nnd my honor." Ouick came tl nnd the old ting waved with etery burst reply: "Koliert, thou sualt lime II Capt. UHcn told of Wilof applause. Applause And from Hint hour 1111 liam McKlnlry us u private soldier, savnow me country s nonor nas iieen 0 ing in part: sheet nnchnr In every slmm Comrade: We have nssembled here Lincoln pledged It, when, In time I today from nil parts of the union nnd war, we Issued imper money He sal from many vocations lu life to congratul.very dollar 01 that money shall late you, our comrade In arms, on jour made as good as gold." And it 11 as left nomination as a candidate for the Presi ltutherfnnl II. 1 ayes, your nil colon dent of the United States. I renicuiiber as President of the Unllid Slates, to c tint Co. i; hud one member, very youth- rente the promise In the resumption ful in npsarune, so much so tint Capt. snoete iiavnieiits in 1ST! IChcrlne ni Itnbm-e- n of the 1'lftb infantry made npplause. s When Itotic rt Morris some Inquiry as to age and consent of that thet had nothing In gii.- - but the parents. honor there wns Isdiliel his word It. IKK linger for the I'ray. O00 of struggling patrn.ts. Tiuhiy lehin 1110 nation s minor am .o.cssi.iss) or jm Tho answers of the recruit were prompt and so deviite and his desire men, who menu to kep this guieruinec and lis honor and Integrity mil ered so tiry modest, ami nsklug to lie enJ rolled as a priiate, tli.it the ntlicer withuuinetnncd. (.rent applHiisi I 1 thank you, my comrades, for t lit out further hesitation niliiilmntcrod the Nothing has xiveii me grentil oath nnd William MelCinlet, Jr. at the call. Nothing rues me greatij pleasure. age of IT, if ns made a full fledged pri to lieen 0 priwite hOldln tale oldler In the Union urin). (Client pride than lu hate great ('ml with jou that war. (Au applause ami three cheers for MeKinmy holm lila use I I bill jou nrlcniup ley.) You already lime 111.1 heart, you hall Then away to the hills and moiintnlns of West Virginia, where wo foiysht and bad it for more than thirtv year. K.rcnj It will give Mrs. McKfnlrj skirmished the summer away, meeting cheering. and defeating Confederate (.en.- Ploytl and m j self much pleasure. I a Mil re vjj nt Carinfnx Kerry. SeDteinber 10. 1N11. 10 nate you come into our iixnu. i,n efpiuuse aim inree ciiccrs mr i ivliiley.j ejf junr brnvery, In recognition ficiency nnd fidelity to duty, you were, in April. 1802. appointed to the commisTill-- : AVISH KANSAXS. sioned staff commissary sergenut. Those of n present whom jou then served are ready to bear testimony to the very HowThoy Sought to lnoran.se That! marked Improvement nnd regularity of Wealth by Loglslatlvu sen ice in this one branch of rnllftarr Enactmont. nny cause the coming of life. If the supply trains were delayed and raF. A. Stlllirell has prepared a lesfie tions were short, "Mack" did the next purporting to give n history of cvrtgli best thing and made n requisition 011 the country round aliout. At a later dai events occurtng near the clov of tin your gallantry nnd fidelity scoured your Nineteenth century. It was declared It promotion nnd assignment to duty 011 be n perlcxl of dcpreuijin. during tvhlcli it occurred to the wise men of Kniisss, the general staff. Hut whatever the or disparity In rank you ulwnts that they could legislate theiusehes I11RT retained close touch with the Imys who allluence. The governor aiwiubled tho 11 Ih men and said: were your first associates In nriny life . lu conclusion let me say that the spirit A Kansas policy for Kansas is thn of 1M!1 is not dormant: that, as we went need of the hour. Wheat is hard to to shoulder in the defense of raise, nnd the yield is light and uncershoulder our country, so now with willing hands tain; but we nre great on corn. Make-)e- . and united toices we stand for our conn therefore, n htv in accordance with, try's honor and for our country's Hag which soiercign nnd RUKinti statute corn Tnirtj-fn- e years ago you stood with your shall Is put uiion a par with wheat., comrades ns a prltate soldier in the great They shall be iiiterrhuiigi able, and the army which was cortendlng for national price of corn shall be tin- - same as the life and nntlonal unloti. Today you nre price of wheat. The wise men passed the law as tho the chosen lender, not of a mere parly, but of the people, contending for law governor had advised and all the people of the state rejoiced, for their cribs were and order, national honor nnd the of the public faith. Your full of com. They could hardly contain old comrades are with you now as then. themselves tilt the governor had signed We stnnd shourVler to shoulder now as the bill which raised the pri of KsnsV, corn from 1! cents to jr. cents n bushel. thou. We rally nbout you and the glorious banner jou now carry with our old All the people now felt rub. They lojnlty, nnd declare with you bought many luxuries mid the most of hue and that "the money of our couulry must be them went In debt. The 11 the farmers from other states began hnullng their ns sound ns the Union and as untnr-nUhens Its flag." With an abiding corn to Kansas. It seemed ns if the counfaith In the virtue, Intelllgenca, honor try wns all corn and It wan all headed nnd discriminating judgment of the for Kansas. The people of Kansas took American people, we again congratulate their medicine that Is, they took the you and bid you (iodspecd. (Crcat ap- corn and gave up their wheat. The farmers from the other slates plause and cheering.) thought Kansas were queer, but Happy Ileply of Mr. MeKinley. they kept bringing them their corn. Corn When n storm of npplause had sub- came in and wheat went out. When the other stales saw this vast sided Mai. MeKinley responded: Cnpt. I'llcn nn.I MV Comrades of the accumulation, tho prlii of corn began to g Twenty-thir- d Ohio: This call of the decline till it could be pure-hananymembers of the old regiment with where except In Kansas for 10 cents a ' which I scrved for more than four .tears bushel. In Kansas the price was stilt at mv homo Is a most gracious let on 15 cents, which was the price of wheat, their pnrt. and brings to me peculiar and but there were no hujera. When the 1 special gratification. look iqioii nutuuin came the Kansas (iconic did As not this little body of men assembled about have any wheat for seed Then me, and remember that this is but the sent to the .neighboring states nnd they that, plored farmers to exchange wheat atIm-a old Twenty-thirremnant of tho thirty-lir- e years ago, had 1010 sturdy parity with corn. young men on Its roll ready for dutj--, "We will exchange Hut the farmers said: bushel of wheat and that It was twice recruited lo the for four and one-ha- onebushels of corn." total number of nearly 22(H), that here "Our law," replied the Kausas people, Is gathered possibly less than 100, nnd wheat nt n parity. They h of tho surviving mem- "puts corn and our that Is wise bers of our glorious old regiment, I am nre equal, forAnd the men said they should be." farmers rcpllecl: tivldly reminded how rapidly the yenrs are passing, nnd with them are passing "Your wise men nre asses, let them eat So the Knnsans went back our old associates of the war. Tho sur- jour corn." vltors are scattered through twenty-fou- r home and all their people were lu destales of the union. Some of our spair. Then the governor ngiln assembled members nro In the territories. One of them resides on the other side jf the the wise men nnd said to them. "Most they nre, nnd In consummate, picturesque ami glittering wnter. Hut wherever There is bnt one whatever tocatlon they may be engaged, Soil elnri'rd fools. fool than yourselves. It Is he they all love tho old regimental organization which Is the proudest thing to them who addresses you. thought we could bluff the ever"We Applause. on csirth. Wo had a great regiment; great in Its lasting law of supply and demand with We thought w, could legfield officers; great In the character of our statute. the rank nnd file that constituted II. islate value into a thing and make our We thought Our hearts go out with tenderness and people rich by n law. We were idiotic. love, I am sure, to the first colonel of our we were patriotic. Lot us honestly acknowledge our regiment, den. William S. Kosccraus, repeal our fool law, get back to his distant homo in California. Ureat Into line with tho other states and Imagapplause. no moro that we nro wiser than ine We all remember his splendid disciDo this, nnd may we lire-lon- g world. pline mid geutle qualities, aud wo rememenough to know that the other ber with what pride wo ma relied urrfcr states hate ceased laughing at our folly hU command in West Virginia in 1801, nnd that our own stuto has ceased cursTribute tu Bcamuion, ing us for it." Then the wise men repealed the law, And wo remember, too, thnt ether regular army olhccr. that splendid sol- but It was many years iH'fore the people recovered from the effects of the corn cheers dier, (Icn. 13. 1'. Scainniou soare. not the most popular man in tho legl-meIn its earlier days, for wc thought Questions ftir Wngo-I.iiriicr- a. discipline tery severe and his drill Ids very hard, hut after tho battle nt South History teaches thnt In nil cares it litre Oen. Scum mo u was the most tho cost of lit Ing has suddenly increased Mountain, popular man In the legiment. Ureal 11 ns a result of depreciated money wages Wo knew then for tho first have Invariably been tho last to respond time what his discipline meant and tvhnt to such conditions. Does nnylnhly bestrength it gave to us on the battlclHd. lieve that with dollars ns t InNor can wo assemble here as we have sole money of redemption the wages of today without recalling the third colonel tho KV),000 railway employe would be Ohio, who was longdoubled? Would tho salaries of of the Twenty-thir- d school teacher, bo doubled? est with us, Rutherford II. Hayes, Orcat cheering. lie wns beloved by every mnn Would the wuges of tho O.OOO.OiH) emof the regiment, mid no braver colonel eu and children who work in factories, ever led his soldiers to battle. Nor Stan- bo doubled' Certainly not. (Jjltestoiv ley Matthews, the first lieutenant-colone- l News. of tho regiment the great soldier mid To William .1. ltryan. lawyer. lApnlause.l Nor can we forget Coinley, glorious obi Coinley. ICheers You shall not prod tho sldss of l.thor of "Nor Mrs. Hayes." Nor with goads of silver. You shall not Imand cries Mrs. Hayes, the faithful friend of the pale the laborer's wife upon tho prongs-oregiment; nnd we have with us today, high cost and low wage.-Watorb- ury and wo are all glad to sec him, for I American TALKED TO TOMS. remember a me in mnnai Hart no - ioihiui, i. ,u iiiiciicii,i.uui black iieiferwlthllne back.iS months Mriioniiiiiiiiejiii iiiM.ufiiie wiiciii band in the matter, hut looked upon I'il;e nnd Jim Wilson, C G Kimbley, u girl. old, marked with split in left and I School opened hcie Monday with Committee on reception Dr. Pert- the entire procevdinga with utter con- r T rellleiiy cutC!i ,,,, ,, Umj (hotlen mi ijr ucll's 1'ine lar Honey icknts ol TU)Ugand, Uwe testiflcd ,. st tutus stall! 7.J ,.jT. ' UtM - ivwr i i4T IT SFTT xmvsrrK. sszJs&sr jGZiMm rcc: BEYOUD A DOUBT! l A Sufferer Cured Read Fair Bros. St Co'a advertise- v "Every season, from tho tlmo I was two years old, I suffered dreadfully fwmi erysipelas, which kept growing worso until my hands wero almost useless. TI10 bones softened 80 that thoy would bend, and several of my lingers nru now crooked from this cause. On my hand 1 carry Jargo scars, which, but for ment. Heavy twilled red Flannel Fair Bros. & Co's, Awarded Highest Honors World' 15c at nD Pair. ORio (Joanty WITH RACES. pair n7A : 5r Tho biggest and best selected line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies and gents furnishings, Clothing &c., to be found in Ohio county arc now arriving at -- Remember Bullington, the barbtr, during Fair week. Boys heavy knee pants size 5 to 13 years 25c at Fair Bros. & Co's. Born to the wife ot Mr. C. R. Martin last Monday evening, a boy. Novel corsets 50c R. & G. white and black 85c at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr, Tom Battlett, of South Carroll-towas in town Saturday and Sunn, sSl w CREAM AYER'S These goods were bought strictly for CASH. and at prices that insure us keep-inhav- Fair Bros. & Go's g ahead of competition. Farmers ing largo families to supply are urged to No hard times come and get our prices. when you can buy 10yds of good calico for 45c; 20 yds houvy domestic for $1; 20 yds Samparllla, would bo sores, provided I 'was allvo and nblo to carry anything. ssctts ---' Elirht bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparilla cured 111c, so that I havo had no return of tho dlscaso for rnoro than twenty years. TI10 llrst bottlo seemed to reach the spot and n persistent uso of it has perfected tho cure." O. C. Davis, Wnutoma, Wis. BAKING POWDffl IU&m$ZJ2U8&&& AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla IYER'S PILLS Promote. Oood DlgMtios. day MOST PERFECT MADE. English walking hats, Alpine hats, A pare Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. latest styles lor ladles at Fair Bros. & 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Co's. Marriage license: (no. W. Coy to G. T. McHENRY DEAD. Tula Duvall, fl. P. Petty to Cordelia Gentry. A Popular Young Man has A large McKinley and Hobart Club Joined tho SilontMa- was organized at Centeitown last Jorlty, Saturday night. Mr. E D. Til ford, Beaver Dam, J News reached Hartford early last will leave in a short while to attend , Friday morning announcing the death a Dental College. of Mr. Godfrey T. McHenry at DenRev T.J. Acton, of Sulphur Springs, ver, Col., where he had gone to rewill preach at the Baptist Church , gain his health. To die at home surSunday and Sunday flight. rounded by loved ones is sad enough, McDowcl Fair moved yester- but to die away from home in a Mr. strange land among strangers makes day from Fox Street to the Tavlor It doubly sad, which was the case on Washington Stteet. ptoperty with young McHenry. His brother, Mr. J. H.B.Carson was in the East- the Hon Jno. J. McHenry, was on ern cities Ibis week buying goods for his way to his bedside when the famthe popular firm ol Carson & Co. ily received the message announcing Godfrey's death. Remember we take in old Sewing Mr. McHenry was born August 6, Machines as part pay on our New 1864, In Hartford, and was the son of Singers. Gross Williams Agent. the Hon. Henry D. and Mrs. Jennie Few pleasures exceed that of bugT. McIIenrv. He had always lived gy riding. Buy one of Field & Hol- In Hartford until a few years ago brook's elegant Buggies and enjoy life. when he went to Colorado and was Henry Harlen, ot McHenry, was employed by the Southern Pacific odjudged a lunatic Tuesday and con- Railway Company, which position he veyed to the Hopklnsvllle by Jno filled with much credit and gave enCampbell. tire satisfaction to the corporation. Field & Holbrook buy their bug- He was a diligent, studuous young gies by the car load direct from the man and counted his friends by the manufactory paying cash. Hence score. The remains were met at Beaver the low prices. Dam Sunday evening by a large numCounty Court has been in session ber of Hartford people, and were conthis week and an unusually large veyed to the family residence on docket has Ueen disposed ol. The Market Stret and alter shott funeral Court has been quite busy. services by Revs. Beau and Chandler The protracted meeting which has were laid to rest by the side of his father in Oakwood Cemetebeen going on at the Methodist Church for the past several days clos- ry to await the dawn ol the resurrection morn. ed last Tuesday night. A McKinley and Hobart Club will be oignnized at Sulphur Springs torn o row night. Every Rcpublccan in the precinct should be on hand. We have just received a lot of new lace curtains and dress trimming, kid gloves &c. Ask to see them. Carson & Co. rAESIKO DNDKB TUB WUUt Oet 1. 2 & 3, 1896), the onit world's ram good shirting for $1; 20 yds good bleached for $1; 19c for table linen; 20c table oil cloth; 10c for cotton jeans; 5c yd for toweling; 5c yd for nice ginghams; $1 for men fijio shoes; SI for ladies kid button shoes; 65c for children fine shoes; 25c for infant shoes; $1 for men heavy work shoes; 75c for a pair good blankets; 25c for heavy work shirt and so on. The Ohio County Fair Company has made extensive preparations for the immense crowds this fall and added some large and attractive premiums, which are They have certain to attract the people. gone to a hig expense fixing the grounds and race track. New fall dress goods at Carson & Will-lams. Co's. Save your laundry for Lyman 3 tf See Field & Holbrook's gies. new bug- Come In and see our big new stock. Carlon & Co. Buy your machine needles, oil, of Gross Williams. Read RUNNING AND TROTTING RACES Each day and big attractions in every department. RING HORSES will ba on hand in abundance. A large number The premium list is above the average and all are now on the ground. stockmen should take advantage of it. Come out and spend a low days seeing the sights and get a little recreation from tho toils and trouble of everyday life. THE FLORAL HALL DISPLAY will be the bast in the history of the Fair, Goods are now being received for admission. Get yotir work ready. THE PROSPECTS are better for a Fair this year than they have Crops are about all in and the farmers will be ready to come ever been. and bring their family. Everybody can nflbnl to spend tho small sun ef 25 cents to tee tho great attractions this year. DONT FORGET THE DATES, OCTOBER 1, 2 and 3. Bicycle Races, Horse Races, Mule Races and tho Human Race will bi on hand avetjf slay. NO intoxicaiisg liquors of any bind Trill be rold m tke grual, antl an tld fabione fair will be tho ticket. Ceeio out, everybody. W. G. HARDWICK, Sec'y. T. L. GRIFFIN, Pres't. N. B. Far premium list er other information apply to Secretary, ' &c, These prices are only a few of the We will greatbargains we have for you. ly appreciate a visit from you. Congressman Lewis' Hit of appointments in this issue. Bullington is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo. Field & Holbrook are selling Buggies, harness,Moore's lapdusters and whips, Mr. Jo L. Carson and daughter, Miss Olive, have returned from a visit in Daviess county. Messrs. T.J. Morton nnd Z. II. Shultz were in South Carrollton a few daye last week. Field & Holbrook handle the most serviceable Buggies ever sold in Ohio county. Call and examine them. All of our new goods will be open by Monday, September 14. Come and see our stock. .. WE BUY AND SELL For cash, therefore can afford to give you more for one dollar than those who buy and sell on a credit Hartford Jemple of fashion.- - Carson & Co. A large number ol Hartford people spent yesterday at K. Holbrook's farm below town, and had a pleasant picnic. Co. HKAVEH RAM " TiMK TA,,IK WBST BOUND. m m Fait Mail Accommodation Way; 7:16 11:43 a.m. a.m. P- - DXln.v. The farmers ore ("one cutting tobacco. Rev. Berry preached to n large and attentive audience at this place Sun- Freifbt . . BA3T-BOUND. 3:3 day Mr Horace Taylor's singing school place closed Sund ty with great credit to him and his class Prof Snyder, of Beaver D mi gave us a little talk on music Sunday. Mr. Henry JorTnsnn and lamily ol this place returned S iturchy alter a ten days visit in Log.in county. Mr. James Johnson of Illinois returned to his former home in this Accommodation New Orleans Limited 8::8 p. m. 11:22 p. m. at this Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way Preight Accummodation Fast Mail . . .... - . . . . ...$: ... o'jo ... 4:33 " " m ni, 1:29 p. m. 7:30 P " Kt i T?.v MP. Haulun Mnmiicr. Agt. LI a. Mill ftlaelrlellTeafluiealala, Wy wile suffered lor twelve year witlt sour itominch and indigestion I trled everything I lieard of without getting relict. By the u.eol one hot' tit of Liquid Electricity the was not only relieved, but entitely cured. I iosd it effectual forcure of toothache alio. Huoh.Rcuch. McHenry.Ky. I stepped on a rusty nail and run it almost through my foot, causing a severe, painlul and dangerous wound. Alter trying every thing that is usually uied and getting no relief, I purchased a bottle ol Liquid Electricity. Alter applying it a few times I was rcliived ot pain and swelling began to reduce and in a shoittime was able I earnestly recommend it to walk. as the bent remedy I ever used. Mrs'.Uaby A.WiUON.McHenry.Ky. On night ol June 26th, 1896. I was bitten by a very poisonous spider. Alter using several remedies without botaay relief I purchase filty-cetle ol Liquid Electricity; and alter a lew applications was greatly relieved. Aim confidant it was instrumental in I cheerfully lecom saving my life. Heud it to suffering humanity as a valuable lamily medicine Duncan PrtNuAty Mclfenry, Ky. I have healed several scalds and bvinA very rapidly by the use ol Li. I thlnlc it the best hosliig remedy I ever used nt -- county expecting to make this his future home. Miss. Sophia Davidson began her school at Prcntis jcsteida). Miss Cornelia Birnard attended the preaching and Singing at Union SunS. B. F. day. In cases where dandrufl, scalp difalling and graynei-- of the hair appear, do not neglect them, but apply a proper remedy and tonic like Hall a Hair Renewer. sease, Ulllril John Combs, a young m.irired man, of Delaware, on Green River, north Of Sebree, was shot and killed by a woman named Mills. Combs went to the house ol the Mills woman expecting it Is said, to meet another woman, and demanded admittance, which was refused. He thereupon threatened to break in the door. The Mills woman replied she would kill him li he attempted to enter. Combs threw his wtlght against door, and as he entered the woman drew her res volver and shot him through the bjr h Woiimii. brain, killing him instantly. Twenty For more than twenty yean we tave been telling: how Scott's Emulsion overcomes the excessive waste of the system, puts on flesh, nourishes and builds up the body, making: It the remedy for all wasting- di - CilBisTiAN.Blacksmlth, McHenry, Ky. I have used Liquid Electricity lor cuts, cramps, colic, etc., and find It to be a rapid healer, and reliable rem Wim.uk Mrs. Annih Duncan, McIIenry, Ky. I am authorized to appoint sub agents; and am prepared to furnish same, with this wonderful remedy. Correspondence solicited. DJ' 8. DUNCAN, Gen. Agt. , McIIenry, Ky, 5s 8t dy. "N Why be hoodwinked into buying a Cheap John Sewing Machine, when Mrs. R. R. Wedding and children, you can buy the best on earth (Singn tWill and Daisy Deanc, are la er) by paying $5 00 down and $3.00 visiting relatives and at- every month till paid. Remember tending the Fair. there is only one agent in Ohio counThos. H. Black's gtocery store Is ty and that is Gross Williams, Hart-lorKy. chock full of the very best and Give him a call wben in The following named persons have town next Monday. paid their subscription tu Tint since our last issue: B. Bring on your wool to be catded. Our carding machine will be closed Smoot. Greenville; H. Hinshaw.Hart-ford- ; Stephen Westerfield, Beaver on the 15th or 20th ol this month. Dam; S. T. Hunter, Smallhouse; J. W Ford & Co. Monroe Bratcher, Geo. S. Duncan, Miss Annie Walsh, Fair Bros. & Ceralvo; S, A,. Garrett, Centertown; Co's popular milliner, will arrive Jno. J. Lay ton, Prentis; Miss Cyntha MilTuesday to take charge of their A Warden, Buiord; V. R. Carson, linery department Beda; E. R. Ashby, Centertown; J. Field & Holbrook sell their nev W, Carrell, Spiing Lick; R. T. Roslne; Frank Boyer, Buggies at such astonishingly low Jas. Wedding Sulphur prices that everybody owning a hoise Spring-- ; A Carter, Centertown. can afford to possess one. Notice. Mr. Geo. Irjvwiu, ol Caliioon, was All parties desiring to join the in town Monday, and repoits everyState Guard will meet in Hartford Satthing in good shape for the RcpublU urday Sept. 12, at 3 p. m. An officer will be present to muster Into seivice. can ticket in McLean lor this year. Please be on hand promptly. T. J. Morton. Mr. W P. Bennett and sister, Miss m Lizzie, of Rochester, were in Hartford Our FUeauiboM Line Tuesday enroute to Lyonia, where There have been several steamboat Mr. Bennett is engaged in business. men looking into theworkof a steam boat on Rough river, and we will no Mr. S. C. Stevens, one of Ohio doubt soon have a first class boat indcounty's foremost teachers, left Mon- uing to our town. The following day for Bowling Green where he will letter has been received from an.old attend Cherry Bros. Southern Nor- steamboat man ot Hawesville: Hawrsvillk, Kv.,Sept. 8, '96 mal School. To the Business Men aud Merchants Misses Mabelle 1 locker, Myrtle and of Hartford. Gentlemen: No doubt you have and Elizabeth Chandler, Lyda Morton and but what about the many letterstrade inquiries steamboat Corinne Cox, accompanied by Mr. of Rough river. If you will agree to R, D. Walker, went to Beaver Dam support a nice steamboat I wll,l put Wednesday evening on a pleasure one in the River and makedaily trips out, and leave it to you all to make trip. freight and passenger rates so a boat Preparations ore now going on for can live in the trade. I will equip the boat with first class officers. Let the Ohio County Pair andeverytbing me hear from you. Yours truly, points to a successful meeting this C. F, BrtBNDBNDACK. year. The grounds will be in better condition and there will be more Everybody stock in attendance. Rev. Chandler, Hartford, filled his should take In the Fair and lend regular appointment heie Sunday, Mr Win. Smith and wife, Morgan-tow- n, the assistance possible. See it were in town Tuesday and "ad" in this issue. Wednesday. Mrs. Felix Monroespent a lew days Some counties in Kentucky have in Louisville this week returned already held conventions and nomina- Wednesday night accompanied by Mr. ted a full set ol officers for county ol Ed Weluel who will visit the family flees to be filled at the November for a day or two. Miss Emma Barnes was in Hartford election in, 1897 There are a great many prospective candidates in Ol'io Sunday afternoon.from Hartford were A party ol six county but so far they have never out for n horse back ride Wednesday Eliza-bethtowd, fresh-estgood- s. Til-for- d, Thos. H. Black has received a Gne, new line of glassware and qutens-war- e. Prices are right and goods are the best. Pnblle Hirnkliigf. Hon. John W. Lewis Republican candidate tor Congress will address the voters of Ohio county at the following times and places viz: Fordsville, Friday, Sept. 25, at 1 o'clock p. m. Sulphnr Springs, Friday, Sept. 25, at night. Harttord, Saturday, Sept. 26, at 1 o'clock p. ra. McHenry, Saturday, Sept. 26, at night. Bells Run, Monday, Sept. 28, at 1 o'clock p. m. Centertown, Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 1 o'clock p. m. Equality Church, Tuesday, Sept. 29, at night. Rockport, Wednesday, Sept. 30, at :o o'clock a. m. Roslne, Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 2 o'clock p. m. Night speakings will begin at 7 o'clock. Everybody is Invited to be present and hear this gifted orator, who so ably represented this District and county in the last session of Cons cress. Veuterleffu tinb Centkrtown, Ky., Sept. 8. Centertown Precinct is all right for McKlnly, Hobart and Lewis. We organized a McKinley any tt club at Centertown on Saturday night September 5th and enrolled more than seventy names. The house was called to order by the Precinct Committeeman L, C. Reneer and proceeded to elect officers as follows. J. A. Reneer, President; W. P. Render, Vice President, Virgil Bishop, Secretary; and T F, Balls, Treasurer. Ho-ba- LAST BUT A NOT LEAST 189 6. CESTURY EXPOSITION. Eclipsing Eormer Events, T3E3CES j&.TSnSXTJJSLIL, 3&J.XEt. 20TH OFSHe AT Oei 1116 and Iy The acme of perpection, acres of breeze-sweshady grove. pt GREE1TVILLE, KY1., i The President then appointed a committee on finance and literature, he then announced that we were ready to hear speeches, A call was madeionArmistead Jones of Hartford, who responded with a good talk, and was followed by W. P, Render with a neat speech. The meeting then adjourned to meet on Saturday night September 19, wnen we expected; to be entertained with speeches by W. P. Render, Point Pleasant; T. R. Bishop, Center- town; ana (J. M. Harnett, Hartford. V.rgii. Bishop, Sec'y. Liberal Premiums m Every Department. TRAP SHOOTING SPEED RINGS On Friday and Saturday. Magnificent pure lood exhibition, Grand display of flowers and vegetables. Special attractions the like of which you never saw before. Live stock department will be unexcelled. "GREATEST ON EAJOT." The poultry show will be a complete Br. HeitorntlTe Itezvlaa. exhibition of itself. Mile-.- " BEAVER DAM. T Caldwell, ia la the First National Dank ot Fulton, Kj. "I iras comploul run down. My nerrea rnrama to unatruni through tons of !ep and worry that I felt sure I would be to Klro up my position. I would Ha awake all night lonr. and It Uwk.but UtUe Mr. K. er com-pull- 1 Exhibits of women's work, Magnificent painting, Scholars' work, etc.etc. Kaces and band concert every day. Sports, games of all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with plenty of water. BALLOON ASCENSION EACH DAY Hi I ' V The singing at Union closed last Sunday. Quite a large crowd was present. Bro. Berry preached In the morning and the afternoon was spent in'slriglng. The dais had dinner on thV ground in honor of their teacher, Prof, Horace Taylor. He la an ex. cellent gentleman and well does he deserve the honor given him by the people of Union, We were plea.ed to have, with us Prof. Snyder who is teaching vccil music in Beaver Dam school, ii leases of adults and children, but it bn'J possible for us to tell the story In a mere stickful of newspaper type. We have had prepared for m by a physician a little book, telling- in easy words how and why Scott's Emulsion benefits, and a postal card request will be enough to have it sent to would be a you free. To-da- y good time to send for it. - . SCOTT BOWNE, Ww York. Mr K J. McKeuney who has been toller, sick for many weeks is now able to A word from A. D, White to the be out Again. Mesdames W, II. Austin and O. people of Hartford: I have been carrying you for some Stevens spent Sunday In the countime on my books with a promise to try. Mr. J. W. Cooper and fanilly spent pay, and have sent you statements of Sunday near Cromwell at Mr. Billie your acconut, which you have tailed Tilfords. Miss Nora Martin returned Monday to notice; that luy book) are now closed to all such You mut pay to her home In Fordsville. Little loe Young, Rockport, has me if you want me to trust you, so been with his aunt, Mrs, II. D. Hunt please don't say "charge this to me," for the passed week. Miss Florence Ticheuor entered until you have paid off the old debt, I am needing my money now and school Monday. Mr. E. D. Tilford was In Hartford will have to place your accounts In Wednesday. the hands of an officer if you do not Mr, A M. Hunt who has been sick come forward at once. So take no. tor several days Is in school again. Miss Anna McKcnney Is out of Yours truly, tlce. school on account ot sickness. A. I) Whits Miss Teenle Hays, Rochester, is Remember I cannot and will not visiting her sister Mrs. J , P. McKen-- 1 sell you any longeron ere lit. Attvk. ney. published their announcements. evening, For premium list and othor information addrosa tho Soo'y. "T&.Xj. 3E3E3:iIji3LjiI3PS, VAHEHti.tr. Seo'y. dlirerentparuofraybody, reduced In flesh. K.T. Oaldweu. to ihake me up o that I could no) poaalbly my bualoeaa aa I should. In attend to connection with this I bad. Mw trouMi, btavlneu about the tomach,anlplns In then auoiiar Doi.ie.anaDy thatlm I had used this up I was a, different man. am now on my third bottle and mania to elcen soundly ana est ruulaur.aom thine I could not uasslblr do before Mkloir Tetjr Arrvfcu. I am nowuliu and do not hesitate to pronounce I)r. Miles' KestoratlTt tisrvlne the ortatut mrvins on earlA." R. T, CAM) WELL. Fulton. Ky, Dr. Miles' Nerrlne U sold on m poaHI iiarantee that tho first bottle will benefit. Alldrurtlsuaellllatl,e bottiea 10 r to. or Iwuabomnea I was persuaded to try Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine I trst procured a trial bortlo from a local druggist aad rood results quickly followed. I procured rwrd. Dr. Miles' Nervine fcJBBBa&fWSfiffl.'fiS !!$& ing and prayer by J, O. Wilson sh was laid to rest. She leaves a hus fodder. band and three little children and a We had a good rain here last Fri- hostof Iricnds to mourn her loss. day night which we were all glad to Mr, G. J, Christian is teaching a see. singing school at New Bamus. Mr. Louis Trogland Buford visited Born to the wile ol Mr, R. T. Hoovfriends and relatives in this commuer ou the a i ult a boy, nity recently. Anderson. Miss Nancy Qulg and Mr. Will There is nothing to prevent any Qoghlll, I.lvcrmore visited relatives one concocting a mixture and calling in this community last week, Mr. C. V, Christian hag bought It "sarsapar.lla,,, and there is nothhim n cane mill and has begun work. ing to prevent anyone spending good Mrs, Hauner U. Allen wife of Mr, money testing the stuff: but prudent Willie Allen died at her home near people, who wish to be sure of th-i- r Roslne Sunday, The remains were remedy, takeonlyAycr'sSarsapatllla, trken to Mr. G. W. Italy's alter sink and so get cured, Partners are busy at work savin i f u 1 Wj.ifriai-w- ' tjl. .i. Ilartford Republican l'nin.w, SiUTKMiiHR it, 1896. FOR HONEST MONEY. Mr. MoKlnloy', Ablo D.'scuaslon ol tho Monoy QuosUoil Money-No No Dcbascmrntor of Dbta-F- re ' ' Natlon'a Coinage Imperils Iha Safety WorkliiC"nii and Farmers Have Moat at Hlke(Jood Money Merer Mad ItrpmlUtlaa - Hard Timet." Is as sound as a gold dollar. The follow Inu nro somo of his best points: What Free Coinage Meant. The character of tho money which shall measure our values and exchanges: and settle our balances I th one another and with the nations of the world Isol such primary Importance and so In Its consequences as to cnll for tho most painstaking Ini estimation, and In the cn'd a sober and unprejudiced judgment at the pollB. Wc must not bo misled by phrases nor deluded by ful&c theories. Free silver would not meun that silver dollars wcro to be freely had without cost or labor. It would mean tho free use of the mints of the United States for tho few who are owners of slher bullion, but would make silver ccdn no freer to tho many w ho arc engaged In other enterprises. It would not make labor easier, tho hours of labor shorterorthepay better. It would not make farming less laborious or more profitable. It would not start a factory or make a demand for an additional dnj's labor. It would create no new occupations. It would add nothing to the comfort of the masses, the capital of the people or the wealth of the nation. It seeks to Introduce a new measure of value, but would add no value to the thing measured. It vyould not conserve values. On the contrary, It would dexango all existing values. It would not restore business confidence, but Its direct effect would be to destroy the little which yet remains. "The meaning of the coinage plan adopted at Chicago In that anjotie may lake a quontity of slhcr bullion, now worth S3 cents, to the mints of tho l(uited States, hao It coined at the expense of the government and receive for it) a ether dollar which shall be legal tender for the payment of all debts, public and private. The owner of the silver bullion w ould get the silt er dollar. It would belong to him and nobody else. Other people would get It only by their labor, tho products of their land or something of value. The bullion owner, on the basis of present values, would receive the sliver dollar for 33 cents' worth of silver, and other people would bo required to receive it as a full dollar 5n the payment of debts. The government would get nothing from the It would bear tho expense of coining the silver, and the community would suffer loss by its use. ' Silver Dollars Now on a Gold liaala. AVo hate coined since 1S7S more than 400,000,000 of sliver dollars, which are maintained by the government at parity with gold and are full legal tender for the payment of all debts, public and private. How arc the tiller dollars now- - In use different from those which would bo in use under free coinago? They are to be of the same weight and fineness. They nre to bear the same stamp of the government. Why should they not be of the same value? I answer: The silver dollars now in use were coined on account of the gocrnmont, and not for prhate account or gain, and the government Iioh solemnly agreed to keep them as good as the best dollars wo liavc. The government bought tho silver bullion at Its market value and coined It into silver dollars. Having exclusive control of the mintage, it only coins what It can hold at a parity with gold. The profit, representing the difference between the commercial value of tho slher bullion Mid the face value of the silver dollar, goes to the government for the benefit of the people. Farmers aad Laborers Would Suffer Most-I- f there is any one thing which should be free from speculation and fluctuation, It Is the money of a country. It ought never to be the subject of mere partisan contention. When we part w lib our labor, our products or our property, we, fhould rccelio In return money which Is as stable and unchanging In value as the Ingenuity of honest men can make It, Debasement of the currency means destruction of values. No one suffers so much from cheap money as tho fanners nod laborers. They aro tho first to feel Its bad effects and tho last to recover from them. This has been the uniform experience of oil countries, and hero as eUew here. The jxor, and not the rich, aro ulwavs the greatest sutferers from every attempt to debase our money. It would fall with alarming severity upon Investments already made, upon insurance companies and their policy holders, upon savings banks and their deposit-ar- s, upon building and loan association members, upon tho fangn of thrift, upon pensioners and their families, and s and the purchasing ipon lOKcr of their wages. Good Money Never Made Ilurd limes." It Is niero pretense to attribute tho hard times to tho fnet that all our cur-r- e ncy Is on a gold basis. Good money never made hard times. Those who that our present Industrial and financial depression Is the result of the gold standard have not read American history aright or been careful students of thocmitH of recent jcnis. We never had greater prosperity In this country. In eery field of employment and Industry, than In the busy years from 1860 to 1602, during all of which time this country was on a gold basis and employed moiegold money in Its fiscal and business operations than eer before. trana-actlon. wage-carucras-te- rt MnJ. McKlnley's letter of acceptance n ghen quantity ot gold equal to 100 cents anywhere In the world, with the purchasing power of 100 cents, the laborer Is to be paid In dollnrs worth 50 cents each, he can only buy half as much with a day's wngrs its he bujs now. If the value of the populist scheme, then, Is to be tested, let the laboring men of this country nsk Mr. llr.tnn and lilt populist friends a simple, common, etervdny question! "Where do I come In?" Mr.'Ilryun himself has n glimmering Ideu of where the liilxirer will come In, or, rather, of where he will go out. There Is one paragraph In his speech which whether It was the result of on unconscious stumbling Into candor or whether It was a contribution made In the stress of logical discussion I nin utterly unable to sny that throws n flood of light upon the whole purpow unders, lying this populist agitation. Mr. llryan snjs, know that while n gold standard mlses the purchasing power of the dollar it also makes It more difficult to obtain possession of the dollar. They know that employment Is less permanent, loss of work more probable and reemployment less certain. If that tiienim anything. It means that ft. cheap dollar would ghe him more employment, more frequent employment, more work and chance to get reemployment after he was discharged. If that means anything In tho world to a wine man. It means that If the laborer Is willing to hne his wnges cut down he will get more work. If It were true that a reJuctlon In tho rate of wnges would Increase the chance of employment, I would not blame Mr. Bryan for telling the tru'h, because, howeter unpalatable the truth may be, I conceive. It the duty of any man who nttempts to address his never to shrink from a statemeutof the whole truth, whatever may be the consequences to himself. I)ut, as n mntter of fact, a diminution In the rate ot wages does not Increaso the scope of employment. There con not be an abundunt product unless labor Is extensively employed. You cannot haw high nnges unless there is an extensive production in every department cf Industry, and that is. why I claim that wages are the one sole test of n country's condition that high wages mean an abundant protection, nnd abundance necessarily means prosperity. Mr. Bryan, on tlo other hand, would have you believe that prosperity Is advanced by cheapening the rate of wages, but the fall In the rate of wages always comes from a narrow production, nnd 'narrow production means there is little demand for lnbor In tho market. When, after the panic of 1873, the price of labor fell to 90 cents a day, it was harder to obtain work than when the rate of labor was two dollars, and the difference between the populist, who seeks to cut down the' rote of wages, ami t!e democrat, who seeks to protect It, U that the democrat bellctes that high wnges and prosperity are synonymous, and the populist wants to cut the rate of wages In order that he may tempt the farmer to mako war upon his own workingmen. Wage-earner11 felrow-cltlre- framed against nnd economic policy. A stmilinr condition oi the working classes fs not to Ic found in any civilised country on the face of the globe. Were the foregoing; statcsments contained in reports of United States Consuls, or in letters written by the most trustworthy nnd candid they would be denounctd and discredited by every professional tree trader In the world. But coming ns they do, trout nnd official report to the British parliament, from men who were held in such high esteem by the government ns to appear worthy pf executing' such an important trust, they cannot be questioned. The report is above inpeachment. The facts set forth nre more appalling because they nre true. "Throughout the whole kingdom one person out of ever v four or five is buried by the parish " vlit n fact to contemplate) "Ol nil who survive to thenge of seventy, one out of every three" is a pauper. Death at middle life is better than old age. Yet, even then, a pauper's grave is the lot ol one out oi five. No amount of accumulated wealth centred n the hands of a lew, can compensate a nation for such n condition ot the masses Avast commerce, innumerable ships visiting every harbor in the world, are dumb and speechless as expressions of national growth and prosperity, when the harbors from which they are sent and the country whose flag flies at General Directory. STATU Wsssm OI'1'ICIAt.S. Governor William O. Htndlcy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iugtoCharles Finicy. W. S. Taylor. uditor-Sam- ucl II. Stone. Treasurer Goo. V. Long. Commtainncr ol Auriculturo, Ilur Statistics l.ucas mid tlciilturo Secrotaryof State Attorney General Moore. SEE CASTOR JiN'cBclablcPrcparatlonror Assimilating ihcrooclnntlllcfittla-llnf- j HicStomnxhs. ond Bowels of THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Superintendent Public M. Davl-oItcgletcr Laud n. lustruction-Ge- o. SIGNATURE OF lllpann Tabulos. ItlpanR TalmlcB euro nausea, jltlpnns Tubules! at druggist. Ulpans Tannics euro (lltzlhrss. Illplhs Tannics curb hwTdkho. lllpann Tahulcs euro flatulence. Itipans Tabules euro dyspepsia. Ulpnns Tabulos assist digestion. Illpnns Tabulcs euro bad breath, Itipans Tannics cure biliousness, Ulpans Tabulos: one gives relief, Ulpans Tabules euro indigestion, Ulpans Tabules euro torpid liver. Itlpani Tabulcs: gentlo cathartic. Ulpans Tabulcs euro constipation. Ulpans Tabulcs' for sour stomach, Ulpans Tabules; plcasaht laxative. Ulpans Tabulcs euro liver troubles. Ofllco Uhns. O. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissioncr-- D. W. Comingorc. Adjutant General I). It. Collier. Slnto Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. ItAIMIOAII COUMISSIONKItS. FromotesDigcslionXhccrrul-ncssnruincst.Contiilnsncllli- cr (WcJ&lC IS ON THE Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dcmnsev, H. 8. Irwin, Secretary Samuel F, Brown. Jno WOT NA31C OTIC. CONIIULSMONAL. Sttvetfounrxmnmusa JUvXi Sat- - WRAPPER OF EYEEY ' uua Uwm mkbiu Urn rcnot from Wnihint too. Sttkd inixlfl. drfcwlnr or nhirtA kith lion. V Jrlif, II nunubla or not, fru f rh.n... fin. fA Ml 4n (III iul..l U Cartiu, nd Tnd-Mt- ti cbulned tad U Fu- tot bo.lntu conducted (of MootRATC fill. Ounorriei KOppeaiTiU.a. PATiNTornai d tnfcui tin Jnl. not ol A FMPHHT,''ltWloOblllll'IMU,"ll u...J Senators Hon. William C. Lind say, Hon. J. J. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE IXatSLATUIIK. nt free. In tn iuiAildreu, U. S, mj (onff a cswti( BOTTIjE Apcrfcctncmcdy , forConsllpa-tlon of C.A.SNOW&CO. Orner. WMtNTon, D.c. Opp. PATtNT Senator Hon. A. D. James. Representative Ohio Couuty Hon. G. M. Barnett. OIHO COUNTY. cincuiT COUNT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. Oweniboro. SourStomach.Diarrhoca, s Worms .Convulsions.Fcstrish-ncsnndLoss OF SLEEP. facsimile. Signature of CASTORIA a CuttrU li pit sp In Wtln calf. It li net toll in loll, bo n't tUoir 1070111 to nil tci tnjrtMig elit en lt pl or promlit Uit itli joit ai - good" aid "vlll anivtr mrr parr- B utt yen g pote." o:e-tli- GROVES Owens-bor- o. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney NEW YORK. Property and Industry. Property Is the fruit of labor. Property Is desirable, Is a positive good In the world. That some should be rich shows that others may become rich, and hence Is encouragement to Industry and' enterprise. Let no man vlo is homeless pull down the house of another, but let him work diligently nnd build one for himself, thus, by example, assuring that his ow n shall be safe from lolence nbea It Is built. Abraham Lincoln. The Gotd Dollar and the Silver Dollar. The value of every dollar earned by r nnd paid to the farmer the under present conditions Is 100 cents. wage-earne- BfTaiVlaltStfELSg With the unlimited coinugc of hilvcr nt the ratio of sixteen to one the value cf the dollar would sink to the price of the sliver bullion In coin, containing grains of pure sliver, or about 51 "71 cents. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Koown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford A Timely Rrmlniter, Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Each season forces upon our considBishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, eration its own peculiar perils to Cromwell. health. The advent of fall finds Court convenes first Monday in many reduced in strength nnd vigor, March and August ami continues three poorly prepared to continue the busiweeks, and third Monday in May and ness ot life. The stomache and bow- November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. els the great highway of animal econs John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. omy, is especially liable to disorder D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. in the fall. The nervous system has E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. also suffered in the struggle. TyCourt convenes first Monday in phoid fever and malaria in particular each month. in the fall that combination of earth, QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in air and water that mark this season as especially dangerous. The tailing January, April, July and October. COURT OK CLAIMS. leaves, the decaying vegetables conConvenes first Monday in January, of contamination. tribute their share and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday Hood's Sarsaparilla furnishes a most in October. valuable safeguard at these important OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. points, and should I be used in the G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur tall before serious sickness has laid Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. you low. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartAL ford. WANTED-SEVERor women to travel for L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur responsible established house in KenSprings. tucky. Salary $780, payable $15 Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse weekly and expenses. Position perKeeper, Hartford. manent. Reference Enclosed JUSTICES' COURTS. 1 he stamped envelope Fohdstille. J. A. Bowling National, Star Building, Chicago. Bnrrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19, December l.U George Washington Jones, a colorBuforii. Ben F. Graves March ed gentleman, was sad, very sad. He 2G, June 25, September 24, Decemwas a kalsomierwheu he had work to ber 24. Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, do, but, as he expresses it; "Deradere white trash hab gone June 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward-Ma- rch Rosine. C. L. into de trade, an' now Ise got no 13, Juue 12, September 11, work to do ', But this was not what December 11. made hint sad. "Dis here life," he Cromwell .loot B. Wilson said, "am not wuth livin'." March 7, Juno 7, September 5, De"What's the matter, George?" in- cember 5. their masthead, are fettering with destitution nnd despair. The loud boastings of the champions ot a poll cy under which such conditions exist cinnot long drown the voice ol mull-tudpleading for work. EXACT COPVOr WRAPPER. SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. TIiWIj tlia place where yoj can Hare yoar tltital workflow tetter nI for lets manty tb tny fiiiieritTic Iti tlu Soatli livery operator In tblt office It an ei pert graduate nf not te ttua ine 1.1 ti'arrxtrl'itrMrrnimter ttoMuttent) cajb1e and wHIIrtr to uhe you any advice ttr-- t j In ' lotrltlierjutir tuturalor artlUclal teetti. Vcmakeevry braticbof dwiUntry apcilly. m iti u. Y OOIKOTO THE V UiL'LlV v I LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS. In the Ave. Theater Building on 4th bet. Green & Watart . othr wji Pc-i- t f uetli on to fit and apalnit lrrakap for flte yeart. A written Lii.n.ii'irf cton with every Ml. (lold tillinfff! rt and up: l'nre Sllrer fttllnrt, 75ct at v work, iililui. 5iV Our crown and brldce pricu or teein without plate are at Arm. lower than thelowent. tlrotiir .mi ' rorvkiMtlenyottr natural teoth.and at V I'C.tii extract your teeth and put In new mica aaie day. Teeth extracted, IV,, and aV nlutet) t louipain. Yon can make appohttmwntii by mall Allruuftulatlou freo. A lady al NOTIOC OUR PRICC8. rubbor,$3.00, ifuaram(Hl I3JUSTASC00D FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. raiUll3KlD0Co..l.U!uli.Wo. tlinllemen Ws M laat year, CHILL TDNIC Oilatu,Ilu.,Mot fflO TASTELESS le, MM. Hteudaiti.t.at LOUISVE.LE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenue Theater Uutldlng, -- twlllaa ot OllOVKH TA8TKI.KPM CHILL. TONIC anj kas aa. bouabt Uir gruaa alraadr ibu la all II eara. In lh draai ckiiIimu. never sold an article iu.ii r'TTTTii riiia-aa ruur Tonlo. touriiruir. Jtuar,C-iu- i AOO. Snnr ft .""w jtu. i.Hi.i, ef kr For sale by Williams & Dell. jth St., ln:t. Qrccn nnd Walnut. RALLY mm THE -- FATFOkKQ wMlrratinMittr FLAG No btvt rrfreu of dttMu tfin lai4nM& NotmrLC. lilikrM tr AiliUrwtM Im Itnm ffvitcnl hc&JU atKl trautvcroit4.un. iii id ui an4 "ctrtf UJie It 1 buuMtida caraa. nufliauu u CT io-- REDUOKD ri onf.A4ttiUa.lr, Tor I:OK- PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL aUdrM. wiia iunL9 HI? CWVnPD nw UK awll I UUK or hj cin ifuirtTkw4-,cnicia5it- lon aj.j, S iou R.I.P-A.N-- SOUND MONEY. TABULES RCGULATt THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BL009. ItlPAXA TAniLM ar t Wl a(41. National pionor, piome rosperity. ; In v f A quired his Iriend. "Why, Ise got a little money on Louisville Dental Co., that last job, an' Ise went round to setle the bills Ise owed." rtiysical Faaslen. A man has been discovered In Okla"Didn't you attend to it all right?" homa who wants the government to De "Dat's the strange part of it coin silver dollurs. and "If the other butcher he wuz out, an' de grocer he nations act frisky, take 'em by the throat, darn 'em, ami make 'em tnka was out, an' every one Ise wanted ter em for legal tender." Kunsas City pay wuz out, an' den whit'd I do but Star. lose dat money." "Well, that was unlucky nnd no How do you find business? If you want to borrow money, nre you not told mistake; but still you showed your thut this free der racket h scaring In- good intentions, and no doubt they Don't manufacturers comvestors? plain Unit they have dllllcul ty In getting won't press their claims." ' Press dere claims! Yah, dat's de loans with which to liny raw material, pay wages and curry stocks of goods? trouble. When Ise got 'ome Ise 4 W.M.St. Ihn't the uncertainty about the money found ebery one of dem waiting to in which loans will be repaid piny leg press dere claims, an' as Ise couldn't the dickens with credit and confident',-amonfix dem, dey done an' fixed me." business men? Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Harper's Round Table. Luinrf l Oiufiuriil Inr llitiirrli Hint Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 t'nuliilii .tlerrnry Neglected coughs and colds are Best set ot teeth (no better made as mercury will surely destroy the danderous. A (.umnier cold permitted no mntter bow much you pay) . $8 sense ol smell and completely derange to run into winter Irtquently means Gold fillings $r tip 75c the whole py.stem when entering t pneumonia. A winter cough and cold Silver filling consumption. Dr. 25c throush the mucous sutfaces. Such neglected leads to Honey will cure a . Kxtrncifng. pet tooth Bell's Pine Tar Painless extracting with Vitalized articles should never be used except winter cold or summer cold urn rough ' Air 50c on prescriptions Irom reputable phy of any kind eveiy time. It is harmExtracting tree "hen Artificial Office permanent sicians, as the damage they will do is less. All good druggists sell it. t Teeth are ordt red. tiro ly located ten fold to the good you can possibly r or s'tie ny , way lie uilliiu 1 1 ft 1. 1 max iic AAA THKLK.VDING NATIONAL RHPUBLICAN FAMILY MCWSPA IMIIt. It nt ft Will iiuiko n vipiM lit f.i (I fiflit c impatii. for principled wliicli will bring lliiouli tl.o I'roidi'iitial irnwi!ty to lliu entire inlcrii-- t m A 1 a A i A laruaf BiaroH arvvtrus or 07 mail, !(, IVtrilll AU4IIN THE RIPANB CHEMICAL CO r II?ta TbU faUJa notaiac lajvriou W Ar mmjiI iirainfUMtiiu rUf. Uk, f, cffvctcuU. asdfcca. I1fe-Uj M pnM4 trail r unpu a thmotdall-ttUroatiltioaM lUlaileMtttpalUa.IjpMiCarU VjmfrjtUorlr Hrlk, b4 all f r ttl (, litf 44lUi JU-r- Jr ersccx btkict, ni-r- yoke cmY j ?- a cmiiitry: lis canimij;ii by pvoiy THE QUICKEST nii'l ilifcii-i-ior.- s will ami anil eliould d W.f tin i.iHt. 'I'll B- UKPUIILIUAN TKIUUNK, both i.anorH Aiiutciii 'itizii. NKW YOK UNE BCTWCCN - WEKKLY OME 1-2- 5 Adilrefs all (irderx to tho iaa. YEAR ., .d"7"ance DESLy. QUISVILLEpiEmPHlS Direct CmiiwcUoim Pot HALiTRHU) UEPUBLICAN, 3E3Ca3C-tl03cad CINCI UN ATI AND THE EAST. 5 OWENSBORO, KY. Write your name-miaddress on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bed Room 2, Tribune (mlding. New York Cit, and sample copy olTIIH NEW YORK WEKKLY TRI11UNH will be mailed to you Direct CarmectkxM lor all Point In Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arluruaj, MmiIco, Thin Is tho lictt market and ours la tho houso to ship to. Wo maVo liberal aj-- i lleslilcs vro baro belter lacKUIca than other housea Id haTlns Tancei on couilKiimenta. manr lamo factories to supply. We get you tho top prlca and pay spot cash not lu trade. No traTclIug agent. Ship all your wool and ta.ro. produea direct to I1! I ltt FAST TIA1E LIMITED TRAINS. PUUUAH BUFFET SLEPR ; HERNDON-CARTE- R 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO, LOTJISVILI.B, Write for lilformallon lothanmrttlascatW Hit Chuapeaka, Ohio SsatkwMtarsi'R.'lt. JOHN ECHOLS, KT. Ocn'l Hangr. LOUISVILLE. S. 0. Hi TCt,' ' Otn'l raaa. Af L KY. a derive fiom them Hill's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P, I. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O , contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous In Inijing surfaces of the system. Hall's Catanh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in fob do, Ohio, by 1'. J. Cheney & Co, Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per ;Jljjlmorlcan Stoam PlllNCCTO.V, The American Protective Tariff Ageuts Harvest Time! League has just issued document No. Lii'noi' which gives extacts 59, "The Turifl," BRYAN AND SEWELL. In parallel columns, from the speeches Only puthentic Biography of the of Hon W. J Bryan and Hon William Democratic Nominees for President McKinley. The document should be ahead ol all others read by evety voter Address, W, P. nnd Vu This wlU Ik- - the Democratic Hand Wakeman. General Secretary, 135 W. Book ot 1896 and millions will be 2,jrd Street, New York. I Laundrff Ky finest work of any Tt)0 in Kentucky, work in all guaranteed. Goods aro nut torn up, hut aro returned in good condition. Dues ,tbo laundrr Laundry Shippod on Monday, roturnod on Friday. IlAimoitn, Ky. Act. sold. Worst of All Misfortune. The great double about repudiation that joti cannot jmy debts with It more than once. In other words. It Inches the crticlflilon of credit on 1 cross of raKcallty, and the loss of eredlf Is thn worst of misfortunes, St. Louis 1b t. bottle 7 4t Hall's Family Pills are the best. AGENTS HARVEST TIME. Finest Campaign Boooks tver issued. Handle one or both ol these and coin money. IlltYAV, SKWALI, AND 1'ltliU SILVItlt, tiling to say but never theless true, that a great multitude of people have crowned Simmons Liver Regulntoi, the "Kingof Liver Medicines." There is nothing like it tor Mnlarla, Rheumatism, Chills ami Biliousness, I'tVtr. Constipation, Sick llenilnche, Indigestion and all tn lilies ariMng from n Muggish nt It is a big Thia will be the year of yers for the sate of Campiign Bonks, for there never has been such excitement and controversy over n National election. Book will be handsomely illustra. ted; 65-- pages on fine paper, Cloth Binding i 50; half Morocco Binding $2 00; by m.iil, postpaid. Clarence Casebier J. R. PIRTLE PZffl iHHT mUk HERE? Samples of Pn Tnilnpinor MaMkMMsWaMMsiaMMHSaaMMiBlBiaBllHHSMMajMaaiaaaiaaaHaaaa DOURKE COCKRAN ON UflYArJ. The Uloquent l.iwuc the Froo Mirer fraud on noriduguirn. In his gical speech in Mud ton Spiuio (larden, New Yoik city, e.('oi,greHHiiim llourku Cochran fcalcl In reply to Presidential Candidate, lirjun: If everything In this wotld or In this country, Including lulxir, l.o Increiikcd In like proportion, In tuliio r.ot one of im would le affected at all. he If that was Mr. Ilr.wui's would ncer hate iitopullst nomination to gho him luiportaneo in the eyes of this community. If that wero nil that ho meant, he would lxt bo hiipportlng It, and I would uotbe taking tlu' trouble to oppose It. If every thing In thowuild N Increased ten jht cent. Ill uilue, why, y ten per cent. In addition we would fur what uu would buy and got ten cr cent, mora for what wo would nil. What, then, Is It? It an Ineivnsolu the price of commodities ml allowing lalwr to shift for Itself If tho price of commodities bo Inerciihed und the prlco of labor be left statlouury that means a cutting down of tho ruto of wngrs, If, Instead of a dollar which consists of I 11 f Omaha "World. By K L. Metallic Htrald," 500 ppHges. Also, books, nnd We tell both ot the-guarantee them to be the finest and best istued liming 1896. Very Lib- eral Terms to Auents nn either or Pro pi ct a of both of these hooks tech by m.iil, iC cents Agents, (.'ft to work quick, secme and Coin the Clean ol the Money. Fend (or elegant 1'rntpfctus Addirsw, and take orders nt once I .SUPPLY CO. PUHI.ISUHIW d7vSc(VKmilie lluildmi;,St, IrfiuU, Mo. ' e 11 I Simuionb Liver Uegu l.itor ih the pt eve nt 1011 and cure lor thr.e iiiliiifnt.i MCKINLEY AND IIOll HT, By Mu rat Ilalstcnd, pgcs. 0n Notice! If your subscription is not paid, please send in the money at once. , Very Liberal Terms to Agents. Agents get to work quick, secure the cream ol the Business, and Coin Money, Send for elegant Prospectus io cents by mall, and take orders at once. 67 J l I I m aF W I 41 Address, , PUIlLLSlinKS' SUPPNY CO i: 69 Iimllle Building. St I.ouls. Mo. JB Prettiest Styles Largest Assortment m I Lovest Prices tion deal. i One subscripnot much, but Pettibonos Pine Point Resort. Elkhart Lako, Wlsoomin. elegant summer resort on east bnk ol lake, affoidinc the most beutilul suntet view, 6 acres ot grounds adorned with spring, cultivated flowers, and delightful drives, botidg and bathing unsurpaited, Good win. Croquet and Ivrn tennis 1c throughout the season accomodation lor joo giieMn, Rates $800 to $U.oo a week, $3 51 n day, Por further In Im nut Ion apply to C. V. Pirrriuonu, Elkhart Lake, WU 4 4t B11 y This map- Label subscriptions amount to n great 1,000 r'rrp Irnile In i:nuliunl, Oitirge It Cii'lis.4 in lil.s great tariff' Prosperity" hi tni, "I'm oiler (dinwinj mi the most complete manner Ihr "ilnn ol the I'lee Trade movement in Huglaud, Its Miccess nnd reoillx nnd niving mass of testimony before the Unyal commission ItiMill Ml 11 MMWai ;pHHHDHHBHB to fit and please WtfSSKBKKm you, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, Is prepared to do any and all kind Prices most of Dental Operations, Office oyer Williams & reasonable. Dell's Dnifr Store. Vitalized air or laughing afr ! ministered lor (itiuleu itraoHpa of tMth' Why stifler with Coiiglis, Colds and LaOrinne when LlxATirv Rinun QuiviNU will cure you In one day. uofs not produce tne rinKinr in toe head like Sulphata of Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient for taVlaf', Ouarantecd to enre. or mnnrv rcluml. Cents, l'or sale by ed. Price, Williams x lien, ilartford; K. V. WlllIams.Beaver Dam; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Tlrowu & Chapman, Centertown: R. H. He Co., Rockport. DENTIST 1 J i4 'j - CASTORIA For Infants and Children. cijuton Tti fie- llBlll in every Coat stands as Our Guarantee WE ARR ccl READY TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE. c includes nhlollowM nn Never wni indictment u &&&&$& by J - i. TSOdlNd'A.S A .tm,-