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HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER 25, 1896. ALL OVER 2 SILVER OR GOLD. Bottcr tlinn oitlior ia a healthy liver. If tho liver is O. K. tho man h O. K. His blood is kept pure, his digestion perfect, and no can enjoy lilo and act intelligently and patiently upon tho question of tho day. You nil know what to take. You have known it for years. It is SimmonB Liver Regulator rrtrdlB( net. Accident Iniur- - Mnbenhlp fe. UJmlte. He your own Agent. W lUtOIOU, RXAMIrUTlON KRQUIRB. By 10 dolnr nUtatil IX. NO. 9. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Highest of all in Leavening Power. HKiiiMRHHH fTor Jearly- - DELKERS 0 U tt.XJ& -- - CEIIiTT BUT THE SH3UTING. Mark " VEHICKLE TJEIES H.ES A. J3. 0 fl, Hanna Sends Wordto Kentucky Tnat'theM' Kin-le- y Royal Powder AB&OWTEE.Y PURE and Wago I J Baking HPliiflH 1 ftp E GULATO RM HAVEKCELD r1' o fight has Closed. The Fight Will Now be Carried on to Stamp out Evor Spark of the Free Silver Fanaticism. The campaign of the National Re- WHO 13 MOST INTERESTED. IHuiUl W.btter on Stone 4 0 ID PIS rf B $ - 0 CO Ha-aacLsOiaaLOst. 0 XOO Per Cent, tli WRITE FOR CATALOGUE- .- Sold bv authorized deal- ers or direct from THEEED.DELKER CD,, f Baa't Nlap Tabaer. BOW TO COKK Y0UR8HLV IT. VfHIMI U8IX0 MANUFACTURES, Hsnderson9Ky Th tobacco habit grows on a man ntit kit nervous system is seriously affected, imparing health, comfort and To quit suddenly is too happiness. saver a shock to the system, as tobac-c- o to au invcterata (iter becomes a stlroulaut that his sjsttim continually is a scientific cravss. "Bsco-Cur- o" car tor the tocacco habit, iu all its forms, careiully compounded after tho iormula of an eniment Berlin physician who has used it in his private nraetica sine 1872, without a failure It is purely vegetable and guaranteed ptrlectlr barmbess. You can use all th tobacco you want wbi.o talcing "Btco-Cur- o." It will notify you when to stop. Wo gtva a written jdarmutee to cure permnnoutly any or ewith tlifeo10 boxes, cent,rotund tho iutcrest. per money with "Baco-Cur- o" is not a substitute, but a KlentlGo cure, that cures with tot the aid ot will power and with no inconvenience. It leave the system as pura and free from n cotino as tho day you took your first hew or smoke Cured By BacoUuro nud gaiucd Thirty poun d. From hundreds of testimonials, tho originals of which are on filo aud open to inspection, tho foil owing is presents The Daviess County publican Committee, so far as the election of McKinley and Hobart is concerned, is over. The continuation of the fight la only for the purpose of er stamping out the heresy while it is in the bud. The results of the work done by the Polling Committees in the various States in the Union show that McKinley nnd Hobart will be elected by the largest electoral vote ever received by a President, and that Bryan's vote in the electoral college will be even less than that cast for Horace Greeley. "The campaign will not stop," said Mark Hanna to Col. Ward H. Shermau, ol Chicago, whols in Louisville, "but will go on in order that the silver craze may be destroyed In the bud. The election of McKinley Is already assured by an unprecedented majority, and the work ot the National Committee from now on is simply to increase McKinley's majorities in the varions States until his victory is an ovetwhelmlng one. We will continue to flood the country with soundnmoney literature and wage an aggressive stump campaign. The McKinley fight Is ended, but the battle to make the victory for sound-tnona- y overwhelming will still be pushed without cessation." free-silv- The very man, of all others, who has t be deepcat Intercut In a round currency ond whs suffers most by mischievous legislation In money matters is the man who earns bis dally bread by his dally IBs property 1b in his hands. toil. Ills reliance, his fund, his productive freehold, his all, is his labor. Whether he work on his own small capital or another's, his living' is still earned by his industry, ond .when tho money of the country becomes depreciated ond debased, whether it bo adulterated coin or paper without credit, thht industry is robbed of its reword. lie then labors for a country wdom) laws cheat him out of his bread. I would say to every owner of cery quarter section of land in the west, I would say to e ery man in tho east who follows his own plow and to every mechanic, artisan and laborer of every city in the country I would ray to every man, everywhere, who wl&hca by honest means to gain an honest lhing, "beware ot wolved In sheep's clothing." Whocw attempts, under whatever popular cry, to shako vhe stability ot the public currency stabs your Interests and your happiness to the heart. Earner. For years you and your fathers ciVeJilTUtreiirtoSityl 'Never duceYrfati this time did tbo country havo much have found it of sterling worth. money per capita as it now hti. Never It is and always has been put up once, oxcept during the war, were only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Tako Wages so high ond prices so satisfactory nono but tho genuine. It has tho as In tho 12 years following tho resumptho wrapper, tion of specie (gold) payments In 1878. Red Z on tho front of The talk of "good old times" Is simply and nothing elso is the same, and nothing so good. bad old humbug. Thrift's Havings Would Shrink. PROFESSIONAL OARD. The savings bank deposits of tho United Stntcfl amount to $1,800,000,000 Jns.H. Olenn, J.N, II. Wedding on a gold basis. Under free coinage they would shrink In actual value to about $900,000,000, The government pays nbout a year to pensioners. The payments hist year were $141,303,229. Bvcry one of these, dollars was worth 100 cents and equal to a dollar In gold. If the policy of tho Chicago platform ond party should bo made effective by kglslatlon, every dollar thereafter received by a pensioner would bo worth only 53 cents. It would be called a dollar, but in tho purchase of a pensioner's supplies it would go only so far as 63 cents go now. Tho buying power ot tho pensioner's monthly allowance, llko that of tho depositor's money, still to bo paid out ot the ravings bank, and the value of policies to be paid by life insurance companies, would be reduced . N. Y. Times. by nearly $140,-000,0one-ha- lf LAWYERS, (Offlc,otfr GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Anderaon'a Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. Bur.) A pun? p M. L. aw CFA IS & "Sure X,arge and Xitieral 0" AND WILL COMMENCE Rr for 1696. AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS Thoy uro still in the lead in the Southwest iud will always be there with theii OCTOBER tin., For all eludes of Fine Stock. They pay tho price of a fiuo horso in single premiums for best displays ol Utility, Sadd c and Harness dock. Their hull mile track is improving every year uud bids fair this year to bo u record breaker. Tho usual purses will be given, there will bo no enDon't be alraid ol hance fro, aud everybody has tho sanio chance. freezo outs, you have got a show every timo, ami if your hone is tho fastest you get thopiir-and it cost you nothing to outer. fash f remiams aiDHKiKAjMO Sfl055iK aes. WCS Op AOMIS10K To see tho lUccs from the Uraud Stand has been reduced to 10c, so look out - SHS you don't get left when tho rush comes, il. Clavton,NevadaCo.,Ark.,Jan.28,,05. GISpLAY Eureka Chemical A Mlg Co., La Will bo up to tho ufunl standard, nud will be as attractivo ns last year. CroM, Wis. Gentleroon: For forty Tho Poultry will bo Tho promiums are. good, and the quanveals I Used tobacco iu all its forms. tity and quality of the exhibits aro better every year. For twentyfive years of that time I was a great sufferer from general debility aud heart diseao. For fiftcon years I tried to quit, but couldn't I Aro gooduhe people havo been stayiug at homo and want tok various remedies, among othcra You needn't to bo an outiug; so look out fur the best Fair for years. Tobacco "The Indian afraid to bring your boys and girls, uothinggoosthisyear but Aatidofe." Double Chloridcoi Gold." outettaitiinenU; no intoxicating liquors of any kind will bo sold and au U., to.;butnone of thorn did me the least bit of good. Fiuaijy, however, old Inshloncd Fair is what will bo tho ticket. REMEMBER THE I purchued a box of your "Baco DATES: Cure" and it has entirely cured me of tha habit in all its formr, and I havo increased thirty pounds iu woightand am relieved from all tho numerous Excursion RatoB by Rivor and Railroad. aohea aud prins of body and mind. I For Premium For Privileges apply toT. A, PEDLEY, Mgr., Owcnsboro. could write a quire of paper upon my List, or other information, apply to the Secretary. changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. MarhUry, "Pastor C. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. O". "XTST- 8o'd by all druggist at $1.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty daya' treat written limit), f 2 50 with iron-cla- d guarantee, or sent direct upon receipt Write for booklot and proofs, .uureK uncmicai . mig. Co7i L Prows, Wis., and Boston 15m FIOAjC first-clns- a. HCL f ii frospes for th f ak ." first-cla- ss OCTOBER 6, I 8,9 & 10, 1896. seo'y. o. - ". nit . f At 17 -- 0 mo. ls Dr. IUIm' rain rills. rotoaa AND BE sissssssssssssssssHlI or women, to travel for responslble.estabHslied house In Kentucky. Salary $780. payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Unclosed self, addressed stamped envelope. The National; Star Building, Chicago. WANTRT-SBVBR- JtJsflHsVsVlsisssssssW CONVINCED! THAT THE SfPOJICH- Rcspeotfully, tlVIBBlM FastjUaltj 1 .1 R. R. TIMH TAHI.K WEST Accommodation Way Prelght . . Accent uiodatlou . , ,..'.. ..... 7''ii'm . . BOUND.-4ry- - rm , - Photos cheaper than any gallery ever did iu Hartford, guaranteeing all work to be of the most permanent finish, - that will not fado. Cabinet per dozen, 81 75, halt dozen 81.00. Is making Cabiuet,-sizn Half Cabinet size 81 per down. N, B 11:43 a. in, NewOrleans EAST-BOUN- limited';', iihi ' D, . . p. in. . 8:18 p, ni. p. m. .3:3 EC. O. SCiaCKCEJI'ElEa, Hartford., 3Cy. Will be here till after Iho Fair, aud longer unload the river Come before the Fair and avoid tho Hies so wo can get in Green river. rush. The Floatiug Studio will go from hero to Rochester, then to Rock-po- rt aud South Currolltou and will land at the smaller points botween. . CUclanatl Limited., Accommodation, .' Way Freight . ( , 4'33 a " . . . 5:2 a- - in 6:36 a. in Accuuiiuodatlon . - , . . 1129 p. ni. . 7U iu Fast Mall ,. . , '.I. IlABXKM llBRlUpiCjJVgt, p hosM to ship to. W tuka llbora! tho This ! tha belt mukt tnd onrs on cotulrumonu. Benldei wo huo betler Ucllltl Uua oth.r noe la you tho u prloo tnd rT tpol euht hTlnla uutnj largo (totnrlc to sopplr. W. sot tnda. No trrclln nl Ship til yout wool aailhna prodooo dtfvet to HERNDON-CARTB- R WOOL. WOOL. fl let norThird Stre.t. or BIS to 810 KurraU Court, CO. LOUZKVII.LS, XT. Tree Silver Doctor. Dl.acrso. Presidential Candidate W. J. Bryan declared in his speech in New York city: "I am firmly convinced that by opening our mints to free and unlimited dol. . . ."Wo don't want any coinage at tho present ratio (10 to 1) wo lars in this town" was the emphatic ecvn create a demand for silver whlc greetlng'of a workman to the presidenwill keep tho prlco of silver bullion at tial candidate of the populists and $1.29 per oun.c, monaurcd in gold." as he passed through HuntingJudge W. S. McCain, of Little Rod;, don, Pa. If the American workingmen a free silver leader In Arkansas, differs iore vvlso they will see to it that every from Mr. Bryan in his interpretation of town and city in the United States gives the popocratic platform. "I am some- the same answer to the free coinage aptimes asked," he says, "if I believe the peals for votes. remonetizatlon of silver would increase No country can prosper that habitual-- 1 its value so as to make the bullion in a silver dollar equal to the present gold ly tells lies. If tho United States stamps dollar. I answer no. It I thought so, I the lie "This is one dollar" on pieces of uld not waste timo advocating the silver worth S3 cents, it will have taken restoration ot the unlimited coinage of the first step nwny from the straight path of national truth and honor. silver. The solo object of remonetlzlng silver, as I understand It, is to secure a chenpor dollar with which to measure Mr. W. B. DeHaven has located in and regulate prices." . Ilcre are two eminent financial doc- Hartford and is prepared to do all There are some people who never tors who agree in prescribing big doses kinds o' stone mason work. He is wear dark glasses and yet they never ot sixteen to one pills, but widely disa- a s workman and guarantees see anything bright; it's the people gree as to the results of the medicine. satisfaction. His work on the Court When the leaders of the free coinage agiwho ore dyspeptic aud soured. Ev tation differ ns to the effects ot their House fence has been highly com ery thing is out of joint with such scheme, how can they expect tho people mendable ot his skill in the art of people. "I suffered many years with to believe that they know what they are cutting stone. He will highly apDyspepsia aud liver troubles but have talking about? 8 3 t preciate your patronage. been relieved since taking Simmons MTho Stamp ol the Government." Liver Regulator. I know others who "It is true," confesses .he silver men, When a Democrat an nounces that have besu greatly benefited by its ''that the bullion value ot the metal in 0 slhcr dollar Is'only 03 cents. But put he is for sound money and can not for use" James Nowland, Carrollton, tho government stamp on it by free that reason support Bryan he is deMo. coinage and you will ralao the value of popo-cranounced by all the wild-eyIt to 100 cents." Many tioor devils who went to see as a traitor and a bad man, but Senator John P. Jones, of Ij'evada, Bryan left hungry children and erupone of the most conspicuous and most if on the other hand a Republican, of ts tncal tubs at home. Is it any won- vble of all the silver advocates, speak- the Teller stripe, declared for popuing on April 1, 1674, said: "The value der we suffer fiom hard times? of gold is not affected by the stamp of lism, he is eulogized at once by them as a patriot and a saint. It is a poor In 1878, James G. Blaine said: the government." has considered Bveryono who the rule that will not work both way3. "The free coinage of a dollar contain- subject knows that this latter stateing 412K grains of sllverls an undue ment is true. Tho metal In a gold dolnnd unfair advantage which the Gov- lar is worth exactly 100 cents, whether II Brother Bryan will turn to the governmentor ernment has no right to give to the It he stamped by therun It into any not. Book of Ecclesiasiastes, fifth chapter dollar and Melt the other owner ol silver bullion and which de- form and lte valuo remnlus Unchanged. and tenth verse and the frauds the man who is forced to take ' will, for this purpose, tho stamp of the government docs It not chango the valuo of one metal, is it lend him a copy of the Bible it he the dollar." reasonable to suppose it would chango sethat ot another? Can it do any moro will deposit two 17 to 1 dollars as I'ernonal. for silver than It does for gold? No. curity lor the return of the same he Freg 64 page medical reference book to any person afflicted with any The stamp of all the governments in will find these words: special, chronic or delicate disease the world cannot make'(T3 cents' worth "He that loveth silver shall not be 100 cents any moro peculiar to their sex. Address the of silver worth than they con mako a sink purse outof a satisfied with silver, nor he that lovleading physicians and surgeons of eth abundance with Increase; this is the United States, Dr. Hathaway & eow's ear. Exchange. also vanity." Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Mr. Bryan says railroad rates have r. becu reduced to keep paco with not falling prices. In 1673 it cost 33.5 cents An account of the historic Lincoln Let it be borne In mind that a to take a bushel of wheat from Chicago Douglas debates will appear In newspaper requires "grease" to move to tho seaboard y rail, and in 1805 it and based on macost 12.17 cents. Even Mr. Bryan will the October McClure's, along smoothly and successfully not assert that average prices are less terial reminiscence gathered by Miss "just the same" as any other busi- than bulf and only a little more than a Tarbell at Ottawa, Freeport Jonesbo-rness. How a man can take a paper third of what they were in 1872. How Charleston, Galesburg, Qulncy, year in and year out and never oOer n mere fact will overthrow a whirlwind and Alton, Illlnolse, the scenes of of eloquence. to pay the editor even a small pitthe debates, from persons who heard tance, is a problem we have never Home Facte for Farmers. them and were intimate with the disbeen able to solve. Pay us somIn 1677 the average value ot the hay putants. The articles will be lully ethingwe cannot subsist on thin air crop in tho United States was $3.60 per Illustrated. we are already too emaciated in ton. The following year it dropped to (7.20, and in 1870, the year nextensulng, body and purse. ton. 'It Jumped up to $0.32-pem 1691, when this country Agatnt The New York Herajd is discuss- ,was flrinly In a gold basis, the average on ing "the right age for women to mar- .value of the hay crop was $8.40 per ton ry." The woman may be amused, If In 1803 itfell to $0.73 per ton, and in they are not instructed, but they will ilBOS it roso to $8.08 per ton. Last year was $8.80 per tonv go on marrying "when the right 'tte average valuo Assuming that the fall In prices Is man proposes" regardless of age or flue to the "crime ot 1873," how are itlicac fluctuations to be accounted tor? previous conditions. Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th Will some Bryanlte explam also why it Street, St. Louis, was given the usual Gen. Garfield, In discussing the ,1s that the average value of the hay crop mercurial treatment for contagious 180S, when we blood poison. He was twice pronouncfree coinage of silver as provided by Ipcr ton was greater in ,wero on a gold basis, than It waa In ed cured, but the disease returned each the Bland bill, which was introduced 1878, when gold was ot 0 premium? time, he was seized with rheumatic in the lower House of Congress in Bay bos undoubtedly declined in price pains, and red lumps and sores cov- ereu ms uouy. not have 1876, said: ':I have never known since 1873, but why should it "I was in a hordono so? Apart from cheaper methods any proposition that contained as of production ond cheaper rotes of rible fix" he says, "and the tnnnv of the essential elements of transportation, the annual hay crop Inmore treatvast rascality or colossal swindling creased from 3,083,100 tons in 1673 fn ment I receiv1603. Lost year It 60,780,158 tons in ed, the worse I as this bill." to about 47,000,000. seatned to get. Amounted A New York At theamo timo the number of specialist said horses l(r tlrti United. States Increased he could cure only from 0,223,470 in 1673 to 13',6P3,318 me, but bis In 1893, It is estimated that thero are treatment did nearly 1,100,000 fewer borsce In this me uo good Fof Infant and Children. country than there were three whatever. I was stiff and full of years ago. so j pains, my leit arm waa useless vitro- These plain foots and figures should , that I was unable to do even tho ' fcN not be hard to comprehend. Let the lightest work. This waa my conaition tUIU vEfSJ farmer study them before 'be olows n hen I began to take 8. S. 8., and a himself to bo hoodwinked by free silver few bottles convinced me that I waa being benefitted. I continued the Urmagogism. things medicine, and one dozen bottles cured One of the most gratifying A JJd Old Bumbaf. me sound and well. Mr system waa connected with the Maine election was Tha Denver nenulillcanrallaforrnora under the effects of mercury, and I the return ! Hon. Thomas B, Reed, money as tho cure-o-il for tho people's . would soon have been a complete . ..' I.. -- 1. nrrrk hnt for 8. H.- ft." to Congress. He will continue to be wnrL im mi uuern iimv iuiu.1. h 1. it national to the good old American pollay of bi- is S. 8. 8.. (auarantetd purev ttaelabU) the central figure in our metallism, under which the country en- -' fortue oniy cure house. No more capable and deservreal blcod disJoyed such extraordinary prosperity The mering man have we than the Maine from 1703 until the complete demoneti- eases. treatment curial statesman. zation of sliver." Oh, those "good old of the doctors does more days," wheq less than 7,000,000 sliver dollars were coined In the 81 years harm than good. Beware of mercury I Books on the disease and its treatfrom 1702 to 1873 less than In the first to any six months ot the present year and ment mailed free Atlanta, address by Qa. wl.ltQ no man ovcr utY A sliver dolly Bwlft Spcclllc Co., first-clased ts "Globe-Democrat Globe-Democra- t. 43-io, r HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given f . collections. Office east side of purli-square- Hbavrik. Surlby Taywr. KY. Knorneys at Law HARTFORD, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. 11. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Perry Westerflcld, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, K. WEDDING Will practico his profession in all th 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. 353. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse.. Attorney at Xa JNO. B. WILSON, 3. PkT353uSLlj, (Connty Attorney) Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col making Ac, also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North 6i3o of public square. H. E. Hartford, Ky. Will practicehis profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street, Attorney ai aw LEESIMMERMAN, r.. fi. cirnaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BVANSVILLB, IKD. Office 416 Upp. First st. Beware Attorney at Law, IIllRTFORD, J.B. VIOKER3, KY., Of Mercury! Will practieo his profession ia hio and adjoining eounties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in building. Rki-ubuoa-n HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. Wfco tin think ol umi tUnpte thlQff la Mlaftl1 toft your Id!! thtr mar brin yoa wa<h. CO , Patent attof Writ JOHN WKUDEHUURN UT), WMblnttnn, D. C, for tbalr S1.8UO prlM oa ana Utl o( (no bunaraj bmmlou wasted. Aitorneyatlaw ARMISTEAD JONES, ' 11 i ill Wanted-f- in Idea CASTORIA y 1 utl I LouUvlllr.llrntleraoii A Nl loula Hall, way .'' Iu KITecl J.iue I. No, 43. No. 4i dally t!aily West bound L. Louisville . , . 7 55 a m 6 30 p ra 7 55 L Biandenburg . . 9 2:1 8 so , . 9 49 L Irvington 8 58 LStephenport . . 10 j8 9 18 L Cloverpott . . 10 47 LHawesville . . 11 la 944 L Owensboro . . 12 15 P niio 48 11 55 Ar Henderson . . t 15 No 12. No. 44. a 1 , if. 1 ? )'t -- OASTOIUA. 5 L Hennerson . L Owensboro . 3&2&J08SFJ5 7 20 a m 2 55 , 35 35Si 4 53 L Hawe&viUe . . . 5 '7 L Cloverpott . . . 950 L Stephen poit , t 10 11 6 L Uvlngton . . . 10 51 639 L Drandonburg . 11 18 Ar Louisville , 12 45 p ni 800 East bound dally dall- y- .8 pa M 95 7 i6k" i i 7 iijiiiwqmnluMWH fllWII mmnWPM 'J.V yT'Tri,t"rpCOA ';Hpyf yryspngr'? KigywTiyiy:yha Hartford llcpublican HAM A,ANIr.lUON.. ...i l;tltar. Subscription, $1.20 por yoar Friday, Ski'Thuder 25, 1896. Woliavo been easy on our subscribers Rnd havo given a great many of them a long timo in which to pay their subscription, but they havo treated us with much ncglcctand havo failed to respond to requests made- - for money wo havo l'npnllal Iilrn. Arnold a Fopullst of has written a strong let ter to the Courier-Journ- al opposing the proposed fusion and among other things he savs: "It's true we have been fighting for 'equal rights to all and special piivileces to none," but we are wll- tho account is paid you may ox ling to waive this motto ot ours for this year and unite with the Demo-crr- ts pect a law suit. in their patriotic crusade to save It is tbo duty of every Republican the country by granting to the who own the silver mines in Ohio county to como to Hartford to hear the Hon. Jno W. the privilege of getting fifty.threc coined into 100 Lewis speak. Mr. Lewis has made cents worth of silver cents of money, il only Maj. Johnston this District a faithful Representative will grant us "recognition." We are and our pcoplo shtuld show their apafter "recogition" in this campaign. preciation of h'm by coming out to. Kentucky's vote may be necessary morrow and hcariog bis speech. to Sewall's success and to silver's Should the late Wesley Crowe success. The Western silver kings' chance to sco a copy of the Hartford privelcgc of getting $530 woith of silver bullion coined into 1. 000 dolJJerald now and compare it with the lars of money, as well as Sewallts same paper at tho timo he was tho election to the vice presidency, may Populist Representative from Ohio Wnge Qn Kentucky.s electoral' vote, county, wnat uo you suppose no wouiu and hence ,t 0UgUt to be very p,aln Can it be that the spirit of the 10 say? JIr Johnston that the 20.000 Pop-lat- o departed is now haunting said ulist votes are nn imp0ttant factor in paper, or has it been hypnotized? 'thls campaign and certainly worth I We very olten hear the remark "recognition." A through there col umns and also by letter. Wo would liko to bo able to run tho paper without collecting any money, but finding that to bo an impossibility we havo decided to forco collection and wo hereby warn tlioso who havo been notified by our Attorney of their in debtedness that they had better pay and thereby save tho cost of a law suit. We mean business and must have what is duo us on usbecription. This is a mere matter of business; you have leen getting tho paper aud now ith-owo MUST havo tho money. ut Circulation nvef fifty Uinta as many ofdurelU'et dollars as were coined Jfdill the foundation of the Government down to 1873. There never was as much silver of nil kinds in circulation as the champion of gold before 1873 as there i3 now. If silver Mr Harry Woissinger, n prominent was put in the axact condition it was Democrat of Louisville, has forsaken before 1873 there would be none of it Bryan and in a letter to tho chairman in circulation, except the subsidiary of tho Republican committee says tho of fraction at coinage. , ii following in the courso of his letter: Carl Schurz says "that, II you call a peck a bushel, you will have more "I nm persuaded that If thefree-sil-ve- r doctrine promulgates nt Chicago bushels, but not more grain; if you becomes part ol the financial system call foot a a yard, you will have more ol this country, it will sap the moral sentiment of the people. I can not yards, but not more cloth; If you call tr 10J you will Hare follow who stands on it. In my bumble more acres, but not more land; and il opinion, it behooves every man who you call fifty cents, or one cent, or a loves his country and feels as I do to take such action as in his judgement hit of paper, it dollar, you will have will best serve to defeat this most tin more dollars, but not mote wealth desirable consummation. The only indeed, a great deal less chance for way to defeat llryan is to vote lor Mo wealth, for you willhave far less credKinley. it, because far less honesty." tho ngresmetit !ho Popultals aro (0 bad tbn 1'dplltJraU elector cloven, but tbo l'opocrata Will nrt support Watson, henco tliey aro working to got tbo Populist voto for Sewnll. llftVB tWo in M'KINLEY ANDLEWI9 la tho Political Qnltlo Cry at one-thir- d SprlngFlold. President Isaac Lewis ot Sabina, Ohio, is highly i'csicctvd all through that section. 76 Bank isnnn Our Friends m He lias lived in Clinton Co. qr'ray;iiwaMra"! iwmwi'tiiimw tm the-tna- Mr. las. Bardstown, II. mill-ionalr- es This is Springfield, Ky., Sept, 21 the home of Hon. John W. Lewis. No man in Kentucky has more warm and devoted admirers at his home than John W. Lewis. It Is remarka ble how many men of all political parties respect nnd compliment Mr. Lewis as a citizen and politician. Many Democrats will support him, and it looks like his majority will reach much higher than it did last year, when he beot Montgomery by 477 votes in the country. One of the oldest nnd most highly respected Democrats here said today that John W. Lcwl9 was a man whom Washington county was proud to claim; that he was a gentleman of the brightest and purest character; a neighbor of the most pleasant nnd Ildla Republican fill l. The Republicans of the Ilcda voting agreeable associations, and a man and ptecinct met at the Deda schoolhouse public servant in whom every citizen last Saturday night fox the purpose could point to his past record with of organizing a McKinley and pride and admiration. Club. A large number were Many of the city's merchants will in attendance and were highly entergive their support to Congressman tained by speeches from J C. Park, Lewis, Influential and prominent busErnest Woodward, A. W. Mill3 and iness men in the country. Large others. Mr. Clint Park was elected gains are reported from all over the President and Ernest Woodward, sec- county. The farmers vho have of retary. The club wa3 organized with late begun to study the financial 64 members. The Republicans of qiestlon are rapidly coming out for Beda are in good working order and McKinley nnd Lewis. The laboring we can safely count on a handsome men, who work for their living by majority from old Beda. The club day, are nearly a unit for the above will meet again on Saturday night, ticket. If the rest of the district will October3. Every Republican is urg do one-haas well as this county ed to be present. does, John W. Lewis and McKinley will carry the district by 2,500 majoran-uuie, Ho-ba- rt ll years, and has been president ot tho Sabina Dank 20 years. Ho gladly N SAYING TO U 5 testifies to tho merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and what ho says Is worthy attention. All brain workers find Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted to their needs. It makes puro, rich, red blood, and from this comes nerve, mental, bodily and dlgcstivo strength, "I am glad to sty that Hood's Bars partita Is a very good medicine, especially as a blood purifier. It bai dono mo good many tlmca. For eorcral years I fluttered groatly with pains ot That Other Merchants toll them we can- Neuralgia eye and about my temples, especially at night when I hid been having a hard day ot phjilcal and mental labor. I took many remedl), but tonnd help only In Hood's BarMparllla which cured moot rheumatism, neuralgia and headache. Hood's BarMparllla hat prortd itself a trns friend. I also talco Hood's Pills to keep ray bowels regular, and like the pills very much." Isiao Lkwib, Beblni, Ohio. In on not sell goods as cheap as wo claim to. This is very gratifying to us because it convinces our customers that we are doing something that other merchants cannot do. Why is this? There arc three excellent reasons: FIRST: With five other GOOD Merchants ne spent ten days in the VHRY best Markets, prielag, selecting Wc buy lrom Jao.ooo to $30,000 worth of and buying. goods at one time. The more we buy, the cheaper we get them, and goods bought right are no trouble to sell right. SI2COND: Hood's Sarsaparilla liUw One True Illoodruilfler. AlldruggbH. IL Pre pared only bj G. L Hood & Ce., Lowell, Mass. are prompt, efflelen and MOOU S PUIS cuy In covet, ttctat. Our We do not pay a dollar for rent. are Heht and we can afhrd to be satUfted with small profits. THIRD: And last reason, but tke best f all: We pay WB SRM cash for our goods, get very beat discounts. STRICTLY FOR CASH TO EVHRYUODY. But let our prices talk for themselves: Hoosier cotton (by the bolt) Full standard calicoes I'laid cottons, 2$ Inches wide Bleached cotton (no lime in it) Good shitting Good canton flannel Children's ribbed hose 4e . . 4 4C ii RANDOM NOTES. The similarity between Congressmen and Canines with hydrophobia, lies only perhaps is the fact that they both dread water. a the size of the crowd at the Fair. 1 16 to will be ity. n is 1 from our old soldier friends that they want the vary best money when they receive their pensions, which is just and right and every American soldier should vote to maintain a currency that will pay all pensions in dollars worth 100 cents when they have to purchase the necessaries of life. Down with tho free silver fanaticism. WnENEvrai you hear of a Republican refusing to support McKinley the Popocrat papers laud him to the ekies as the prince of gentlemen and the foremost man ot his party, but when a Democrat refuses to support Bryan they denounce him as a traitor, a thief and a bolter of the worst This is about as far as they type. know. They are a deluded set anyway. No one in the Chicago Convention mentioned the fact that the nominal tion of Bryan would lead to a divis-- . ion of electoral tickets with the PopThe fusion is complete in ulists. nearly all the States, and Democrats who would have scouted the idea in Jnly are now touching elbows with s in a common Populist cause. fellow-soldier- J We do not suppose that Mr.Brjan ever thinks of the effect of bit freo coinage would have on the pension Ho was bora crs of the country. about tho time the Great Rebellion broke out, and cannot sympathize with the men who oiiered their lives and thoir all for their country's good. But this Eamo Mr. Bryan is now going about the country preaching a doctrine, which, if put into effect, would pay all pensioners in a depro ciated currency. And now the Breckinridge Ntut is kicking because Hon. Jno. W. Lewis would not divide time nt Cloverport with Mr. Murry, tho supposed Democratic uominee for Congress, and tho Bullitt Pioneer is kicking because Mr. Lewis would not divido time with Mr, Smith, the Democratic nomineo for Congress. It does seem that if tho Popocrats, &c, know so much about running politics they could harmonize their papers over the district so tho would really know who is people their nomineo. The lamb and down tho lion have lain together and are sleeping soundly in the Enme bed, rocked to sleep by the silvery notes of Bryan's It has only been a tree silver flute. few years einco that tho Popocrats imported Jno. S. Kbae to speak in but Hartford against Populism, Mr. Ilhea is things have changed. now running for Congress in tho 3rd District on the Populist ticket, aud Hartford Popocrats who tho have ulwaya condemned Populism, including the Hartford Herald, aro now locked arms with the Populists and sliding merlly down tbo stream to defeat in the same silver boat. telf-ean- io The long talked of fusion between the Popocrats aud the Populists culminated Tuesday aud was brought to an eud by an agrecmeut between Chairman Johnson, of tho Popocrats, and Chairmau Parker, ol the Populists by which Mr. Parker agreed to sell the entire Populist voto to the Popocrats for two representatives on This will virtually do tho ticket. away witli the Populist party in tho Slate, and a great many of the l'opu-list- s who are siucero in their belief aie very angry at tho transfer Mr. Parker has made, aud will support and Hobart beforo they will support Bryan and Bewail, which they will cvidcntally havo to doao. cording to the agreement, It would fctoin from tho aotion ot Mr. Parker that ho owns tho Populist party aud ban bartered it away to satitty lit own tellMi notions aud not lor tho good iif'ltiucauM) which ho cepousea t. I a WKMt All I1M fAILS. I liMt Couah Sirup. TmimUooJ. Um I HiMd br drucjrtsu. "sack" to a "carload." On the subiect of free silver, Mr. Dandruff is nn exudation from the HOCKER & CO. Bryan said a short time ago: pores of the skin that spread and I think it will cause a panic. Bnt dries, forming scurf and causing the Unlit Itiablientia. the country is in a dpeloiable condi- hair to fall out. Hall's Hair Reniw-- er Pursuant to call, 64 voters assemtion, and it will take extreme measenres it. bled together at Beda sckoolhouse ures to restore it to a condition of Saturday and organized a McKinley prosperity. Entertaining and Hobart Club. Evidently Mr. Bryan has heard of speeches were made by Messrs. A.W. the doctor who always threw his paRev. Casebier filled his regular apMills. W. S. Tlusley, D. L. Smith tient into a fit before administering pointment here Sunday. The meeting then and J. C.Park. any curative medicine. He would Little Joe Young relumed Monday adjonrned to meet the first Saturday first throw the country into financial to his home in Rockport after a long night in October. J A. Park, Pres. epilepsy, and then see what was nec-visit to his aunt Mrs II. D. Hunt. Ernest Woodward, Sec'y. . essary for a restoration of the nation Mrs F.O. Austin, c'aughters, Hisses al health. Manilla; Sfactitwea. Attye and Little Marie were in LouisIf you are thinking of buying one, Hare i Uiu. ville last week. call on or write to Gross Williams and The peoplerecognize and appreciate Mr. Rob China died at his home let him bring you one of the latreal merit. That is why Hood's near here last Monday. His remains has the largest sales in the were interred In Liberty Cemetery. est Singers. They are just too nice for anything. world. Merit in medicine means the Mr. Chlnn was a former pupil at power to cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla Beaver Dam 1IBIIA. Seminary and also a cures absolutely, permanently cures. business young man A. Godshaw returned lrom Louis of town. We It is the One True Blood Putifiej. extend our sympathy to the bereaved ville Thursday. Its superior merit is an established ones Mr. Lucian Ambrose who has been fact, and merit wins. Mr. V. H. Stewart and Mrs. Mary vers sick, is improving very fast, Rev. Hicks failed to fill his apHood's Pills are easy to take, easy Martin returned from the East this to operate. Cure indigestion, head- week having purchased the fall stock pointment here Sunday. Mr. John Chapman nnd wile, who for Hunt, Stewart and Leach, ache. Mr. E. P. Barnes, Misses Fannie has been visiting friends and relatives Barnes and Viola Pirtle arrived from in this nelghbordood, retumed to their home in Owensboro Tuesday, the East lait week where they select Prank Lowe, one of our popular ed the fall line of goods lor Hocker & teachers, is favorably mentioned as n Co. Mr. Chas Ray, Bedford, Ind , is suitable candidate for Circuit Court visiting his brother Prof E. R. Ray. Clerk. Nome i'naia for Former!. A Republican Club was organized During the first two years of the He will leave Tuesday to attend a here Saturday night with 64 members. present Democratic tariff, the imports Medical College. Mrs. Tweedle of Kvansville who of hay were greater than the imports Mr. F. Monroe was in Louisville has been visiting relatives here, reof hay under the first two years of this week on business. Mrs. L B. Beau Hartford, is visi- turned to her home last week. the McKinley tariff, by 366,595 tons, Hug. ting her sls'ers Mesdames R. P. valued at $3, 046,639. tariff imposed a Hocker nnd P. O. Austin. The McKinley ClCltAl.VO. Miss Lizzie Barnes, who has been specific duty of $10 per head on forMr Marvin Everly, who has been eign cattle. TheWilson-Gormatar working at the Millinery tiade for very sick, is better. iff repealed that duty and substituted the pissed year in Blockton, Ala , has Messrs James Garrett, V. D. nnd a duty of 20 per cent, ad valorem. been visiting her parents near here, N. B Fulkcrson attended the Bryan As a consequence we imported 367,-60- 8 She Is now in Louisville. speaking nt Louisville head of cattle valued at $2,275,-7- 09 Proi. . R. Snyder and wife, Misses Dr. G L Everly was in Evans-vill- e in the first two years of the Emma Barnes aud Attye Austin last week. Undertbe first two spent the second Sunday in the counMrs. Logan White is very low and years ol the McKinley tariff we im- try at Mr. G W Barnes. is not expected to live long. Mr. Oscar McKenney, Rochester, ported only 14 560 head, valued at Wheat sowing and corn cu'tlng arc $150,444. thus depriving our farmers spent Monday niht with his parents, the order of the day. of a maiktt for over 353,000 head of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McKenney. The chills and watermelons have Misses Muide and Glttle Monroe now shaken hands. cattle, Under the first two years of the ptesent Wilson Gorman tariff we and Virgle Hocker were in Hartford Louis have imported over 4 000,000 pounds Sunday afternoon. When you attend the Pair next Mrs. J. P. McKenney is in Louis of cheese more than under the first week bring enough money with you two years of the McKinley tariff. ville under medical treatment. Mr. OUle Yewell nnd sister, Miss to pay j oar subscription. Under the McKinley tariff the average ay price' ol imported cheese was 15 cents Mary, returned to their home near Owensboro alter a long CAMPAIGN NOTEa a pound, under the present tariff the Canadian farmers can put it on our visit to friends and relatives in towu Tho republican party promises procents a pound. Sil- nnd the county. market at 9 tection to your Industry npalnst low ver had nothing to do with this fall Mr. A. M. Johnson and sister, Miss wage and low prices, hut wti&t does Laura, Sulphur Springs, wetc in town democracy promlsoY in price These are some of the smaller ways Sunday, Soino democrats prufcni to twlleto Miss Alice Edmonds has taken a that Bryan will be elected, but nono o( in which the tarlffaffectsour farmers. r and wants roam at Miss Emma Dimes' where ttiemcan bo found going around buying Mr. Bryan is a she Is prepared to do all kinds of liter 011 a speculation. to make the tariff still lower. Eewlng, Mr, Bryan la making a great many Mr. Ren Roller, Alton, III,, a for- speeches, but ho hn fulled to tell tho I mer resident of town, has charge of ttYirVlnnmnn linur thi.tr WHJH1 will Iwl Mr. J. II. Parnes' new house which IncrixiMxl by the free coluage of silver.' is being erected on Lafayette Street. TVkM n nlinniM liJ'ai t alM 4laM twf v nu i V U 14IUISUV In his Maysvillc speech, Mr. Bryan Mr. Joe DeWeese, Cinty ville, is tor's defense of Um ChkucP IfJ pladki Slid that down to 1873 silver was the building Mr. D.. Lee Barnes a new which advocates packing' tba supreme, champion of gold as money. There's dwelling on 4th avenue. Atiyk. court in the tutcreut of riot aad au- - ' arcby. where Mr. Bryan showed that he 'For years," says Capt. C. Muelldoes not knowthe history of hlscoun-try- . l'lre years ago the peopla of the coan-tr- y Down to 1834, we had no gold er, "I have relied more upon Ayer's consumed five buahels of wlieat eoch. in circulation, and from 1834 to 1873, Fills than anything else in the medi- Lost year they cotmuovj Ieu than three. cine cheat, to regulate my bowels, That Is what la the matter with th we had none of our silver in clrclu-tioexcept the fractional coinage and and tho&e of the ship's crew. These prleo ol wheat. ". worn coins debased by the act ot 1873 pills are not seveie in their action, If any of these free silver men should but do their irork thoroughly," ever move to tho New Jerusalem It Since 1873, silver has been the chamwouldn't be a week before he would lie pion ol gold, as inorey, as it nrver organizing a party to change the charWe have was before in this country acter of the pavements. coined, and have rcprescnttd in our MO.t. Died, at his home near Prentis, of typhoid fever Mr. Chilton Hunly, one of our most popular citizens. Mr. Hunley leaves a wife and three children, his aged ' pirents and a host ol friends to mourn his loss. His remains were interred in the Hopewell cemetery the atst. I Born, to the wife of Thomas John son, a girl September :3th. Claud, a little son of Thomos John-- I son, fell lrom a tree nnd dislocated his elbow. Dt. Sim Taylor attended the case. Miss Adelia Stevens, who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. A. C. Stevens, last week, returned to her home at Beaver Dam Saturday. S B. F. V You'll regret it if you miss the Ohio County Fair. At the ace ot forty ever cultivated nun ou;htto be an authority on some (.object and itonght to be something dtflcrent from brandy nnd cigars. ' . . . 5c . . 50 . . 5c - . SO Gold or Silvor Nearly every family has a skeleton Is tho question now uppermost in in the pantry the night following tho minds of tbo masses, but "how to Thanksgiving day. grow wheat to pay" is a question which prudent farmers are pondering Time and again attention has been over. Wheat WILL PAY, but tho called to the barren condition of "The haphazzard way of sowing on POOR Park." Now that time for tree plantCareful seeding oa ing is at hand again let her prowess land don't pay. toward steps well fertilized land does pay, and take planting "Raw Bono" has proved to be THE and protecting a number ct shade goods. There is no two opinions on trees. With n little labor the place Wo havo a CAR could be made beoutilul, attractive this proposition. LGADoP'OliG SHOE" just in and useful. Let us have something and wo will fill all orders from a more than mind work. How dear to our hearts is Cash on subscription, When the generous subscriber Presents it to view; Dut the man who don't pay We refrain from description. For, perhaps, gentle render, That man might be you Ladles good black hone 5 papers good pins Boys suspenders I.inen crash . . . .' to one customer) Granulated sugar (only 40 Green codec " Rye Men good suspenders 3 cakes butter milk soap All wool filllnc doubled fold cashmere Teazle down (for childrens capes) 3 spook O. N. T. thread Conesoga bed ticking good Woolenetts (for capes and cloaks) All wool red flannel White flannel J3 Inches wide Good cotton jeans 10-- 4 Pcpperel sheeting ... . . 50 . .se S . . 5c . sc Du $1.00 65c bu 10c too toe is.Sc istfc fc i 5 6 10c Turkey redtablclinen All wool filling Henrietta Good umbrellas Children school shoes Ladles iron clad button shoes Ladies fine Dongola button shoes Mens heavy creedmores Mens heavy kip brogans Men good wear's fine shoes Mens and ladies fine slices lrom Heavy double front overalls Good jeans pants The celebrated Ma) field pants Baat corduroy pints Heavy duck coats Metis good worsted suits All wool Cheviott suit Nice clay worsted Tae very finest lrom ". I7 S 69, 79 and 3o fl.oo i.shi BEAVER DAM. Jt.oo t.oo 5 Exchange. The above little clipping Just suits our own notion, For our "hints to the wise" Are often forgot; We would therefoie arise To second the motion While many pay promptly A number do not. fi.jo to $1 50. 5 $4.00 S ... fi.oo, f I 85c 00 sad $2 50 00 25 and $1.50 i 00 to js co la The OhioState Journal gIvcs"Cous-i- n Zeck's Opinion" on the political outlook as follows: What kin the silly people mean uy 'duigin' in sucli talk About free silver money They nius' think me a gawk Fur don't know jest well hs they I've learned a thinj; air tew An' don't reccollec' how Eve Got Adam in that httw. 7 So i 00 15.00 J a Highest market price paid for produce. Give us a call. Vfl Jones &Morehead, ZNldcr, 3Cy. Flaoaant ffifflK -- The races next week will be the best we have had for several years. u that's ther way it is tetdny, They'll talk an' gab an' peck, An' it your eye is green inside Ye'll pit it in the neck. They tell how good free silver is Tucy never luu a Into Dut after vou have swallowed it Yew'll find it's "emit ot sight." I'm older now than some of yew's, I've rsached three an' six; It's time fer me tew go ter seed, But I'm onter all their tiicks. They made a fuss about free tiade, An' nuthln' else wuz hurd; They said they'd lighten labor, an' Fur onct they kept their noid. They caught me fur a sucker then, ('Twaa jest four years er Mch;) I voted fer that free trade bill Thet wuz tew make me rich But since I've lamed a thing air tew; "When on a craft thet's sound Don't leave it fur another tub The't run inter the ground." Well, LAST-H- OT A LEAST! .1 20TII 1 EXPOSITION. . Eclipsing Former Events, CENTURY T3E3CE3 j.T3"TXrTJjaLlL. 2PJ5LJEEI. 1 JWlwten Jo. I air poQiatioti, AT it J Seven Months With Fever. Wonderful Recovery or Health. Mr. Datrd's rapid and marreloui recororr from a mora skeleton to hla normal weight, 270 pounds, was surely thouIIit(ca(ot tho GREE1TVILLE . ITZV' Oei 14, Is, lb and If : The acme of perpection, acres of shady grovo. broqge-swep- t grandest strength-givin- g medicine over producod, uamolji and bnlldlng-u- p Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine Wed-netd- 4 qY free-trade- MKvmm 9&PJSJ& J, 17. stl s mwn will be Oh, yes, the Fair meets next week. there. I s j IUmD. n, Don't miss a single day of the Fair next week. "d.ntlomen I wtih to cipreaato jroumr ratltude for tho great rood that Dr. m ate attxint baa uono (or rae. taken. alck with trpbold (aver and I laid In oea (or seven months. Alter seUlna over tho (ever 1 waa thin, nervous andtlred. and did not regain tny tout trength, I tried aoveral proprietary medicine, and finally, after having been reduced In weight tola) pounil.,1 began trying your Jvnrln, and at once began to Improve. Waa Anally mHrtly curni, and today I can aay I aover felt better In all my lire, and weigh 270 poind.. Thl la my normal weight, aa 1 measure o feci 5 inches lu height," Booth Dond, Ind. J. It, 1IAIRD. Dr. MIloe' Nervine 1 sold en a poelth guarantee that the flnthottla will benefit All drufgLWaoll Hat ll,o hottlua for H, or II will boaeni, prepaid, on recoipi oi pries Co., BlkhaisUiwt tho games of all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with plen- Liberal Premiums m Every Department. TRAP SHOOTING SPEED RINGS On Friday and Saturday. Magnificent puro food exhibition, Grand display of flowers nnd vegetables. Special attractions tho liko of which you never saw before. Live stock department will bo unexcelled. The poultry .show will be a complete' exhibition of itself. Exhibits of women's work, Magnificent painting, Scholars work, etc.,otc. ' Haccs and band concert every day. Sport, ty of water. BALLOON ASOEXSlQN EACH DA.Y For promlum list nnd other Information addrem thngeo'y. Dr. Miles1 Nervine RTwwi W.L, r3EIIIJXJI. aeo'y, j "WM! - JlLLi U C-'.- i : jtAiijJr miifinrr raptcc. '. 'uiivi7f ir n WOMAN'S WORK IN THE CAMPAIQN. i Political Notes and Observations from tlio Popocrat Oandi- dato'8 Own City. HIS A PLATFORM ANALYZED, Constant Appoal to Class Proju dico in the Interest of Silver Mine Owners. Business men are tmljrlns the mrinoy Mr. Hryan linit seen fit to question. tell his audiences orcr nnJ over again that the business men of the country nro ngalrnt free silver jiartly because they don't know anything nbout the question nml partly because they are dishonest. In tlil .Mr. ltrynn misleads his followers nml misrepresents the business men. It mny be true that what Is calleil free sllrer agitation started first among the farmers rather than anions the business men, hut later the business men havo literature, bave rend rend the free-silve- r both sides of the question, until at the prevent time the business men of the Jiatlou are thoroughly Informed from a business standpoint and from a nonpartisan standpoint on thp money question. It is probably true that the politicians that oppose silver are moved by prejudice to a certain degree Just and as the politicians who favor free silver to a certain nro moved by degree; but the business men, the men wbo are managing the business concerns of tliu country, the bankers, and tlie financiers bave made It n part of their business to read up on the money question, to become thoroughly Informed, and they have passed upon the question' from a business and not from a political standpoint. Mr. llryan, recognizing the moral force of the business Judgment of the country and knowing that tills business Judgment condemns free coinage as n dangerous thing. seeks to discredit the business mind of the country by denouncing It as Ignoraut and dishonest on the money question. Mr. Hr.uin professes to desire a restoration of the industries At the same time he of this country. denounces the business men of the country nml propose a plan which he knows tlicy are afraid of. Th( thrr.it of free trade In the campaign of 'tl'J anil In the election of 'VJt, frightened the business mind of the country, first into distrust and doubt nnd then into n panic, the effect of which is still on. The question ubme all others at this time i how to remove this business depression from the business mind. Mr. llrynn says that free coinage will revive the Industries, but at the same time he admits tlm' tte business mind is against it ami is afraid of It. The effect of this threat of free coinage Is to make every capitalist hide bis money, to make every banker afraid of inctinciit. In make every dollar creep Into the darkest corner of the wifely vault, nnd by this process of money hiding and money hoarding which Is now going on nil over the United States, the circulating tnoury of the country Is disappearing from active use faster than all the government mints could coin new money If they wore now under a free coinage law. speech In front of tho Hotel Lincoln, someone asked, "What about .Mr. Bewail?" Donnelly replied, "I know nothing of Mr. Hewall and I don't want anything to do with him. If I had my way ho would come off of that ticket In twenty-fou- r hours." Mr. Donnelly then went Into n bitter tirade against nil bankers and business men In general, and the laboring men who henrd blm applauded his utterances. Now It must havo occurred to tho more thoughtful of these laboring men that every day's work and every dollar paid to labor must first be thought out nnd planued by sonio business mind. Ileforo labor can begin In any Industry thcro must be some thought force nnd some business judgment which passes upon the plins of that Industry nnd believes that It .rill succeed. 'ibere must bo financiers, bankers nnd capitalists to consent nnd their consent must bo based uion tho faith that the Industry will succeed. If Mr. Donnelly nnd Mr. ltrynn were capitalists nnd business men, then they themselves might promise employment to labor. Or, If the plans proposed by Mr. Donnelly nnd .Mr. llrynn were receiving the endorsement of the business judgment of others who have capital, then It might seem reasonable that free coinage might revive Industry nnd bring better times. SOME PERTINENT BUT RATHER EMBARRASSING QUESTIONS FOR MR. BRYAN. tj .Drvart ift wili .. Will U , J1L.a8 Ct nil nrftum woelti.gy csnli prl)irn Never was there before a president!! campaign in which the women of ths country have taken such an active part as in the present struggle. In three states of the Union, Wyoming, Colorado nnd Utah, women liars the same voting privileges as men; but feminine Interests In the campaign art by no means limited to those states. Intelligent women all over the country seem to feci that the contest has an important bearing upon the welfare of their households. Ihey think that the cause of protection nnd sound money Is bound up with the prosperity of the family, and they feel n grent interest In the presidential candidate because of the nobility of his character nnd his devotion to his home life. The Woman's bureau Is under the direction of Mrs. J. Kllen Foster, the well-knoorntor nnd political writer of Dcs Moines, In., for several years president of the Woman's National Iti publican association. The bureau Is established In commodious quarters In the Auditorium Annex, Chicago, quite nway from ths noise and nctlvltles of the national committee, where Mrs. Foster Is provided with every convenience, unci assisted by capable aids. The Woman's Republican association thinking, active women-wointensely nllv to the bent Interof their count r." and homes. Tho ests Woman's association Is not n suffrage Is composed of men i elsCfe-- t Laboring men are crowding around Mr. llrynn to bear his speeches nml msny of them nppear to be pleased with what he says, lie talks kindly to the laboring man and his words nre as sweet as honey. Hut the thinking laboring man knows that so long ns Industry, that is, the mind force which is managing Industry. Is nfr.ild of free nnlimi-r- . that all plans for the enlargement of Industry or the employment of labor are suspended, pending the discussion of the money question, nnd that these plans will be tnken up and carried into execution only when the business mind of the country Is assured by the election of McKlnley that there Is to be n sound business policy in the government of this cation. George Groot, chairman of the NationSilver party, speaking nt Lincoln. rcb., on September 8, from the steps of the state capltol building, with Mr. ltrynn sitting near him, denounced the bankers as the enemies of society, and declared that the financiers of Wall street should be bung to the telegraph poles. On the evening of September 7, In front of the Hotel Lincoln, In Lincoln. Neb., Ignatius Donnelly of Minnesota denounced the bankers nnd the financiers of this country ns the enemies of the people, enemies of prosperity, and declared that their Influence upon this country ought to be set nside. Now, what do the followers of Mr. llryan expect to happen to the laboring men nnd to the farmers of this country, when they, by reason of their superior number, have voted out the banker nnd tlio business man nml have voted in this new system of finance? What force will take the place of this business mind force when It has been displaced? when the country has struck down its al present bankers, its present financiers, its present business men, Its present managers of industries nnd commerce, when tlio common people by a majority vote havo paralyzed this business power, what other force will take its place jind form plans for the employment of labor, for the Carrying on of commerce and for the management of alt the Indus-triforces which give vitality to the material body of the nation? On tlio nfternoon of September 8 In front of the state capltol building nt Lincoln, Mr. ltrynn, nfler denouncing the business element of the country it is ngnlnst him In this content, congratulated himself that the laboring men of tlio country believed in him and that enough of the farmers believed in blm that these two elements united In this election would enable hlin to sweep the country In November. This he characterizes n victory of tlio people, because it will bring them better times. It may be very pleasing to Mr. llryan when he looks out Into tlio faces of laboring men nnd fat mors, who applaud such speeches ns this, but what reason have these laboring men nnd farmers to expect better times through the election of Mr. llrynn, when he himself admits tlmt the business men of this nation regard bis election ns n menace to business and prosperity? Can you revive business by doing that which paralyzes the hopo nnd courage of business men? When the Industries of the nation revive, there must be sonio mind forco In tho country to bring It about. There must also be capitalists who bcllovo In the future and who nre ready to Invest money. There must be banks and theso banks must not only have funds, but they must bo willing to Invest these funds, and they must believe and have confidence before they .Mr. llryan admits that can consent. they nro not consenting now; will they consent after election? was deWhen Ignatious Donnelly nouncing the bankers nnd the financiers s the enemies of their country, In bis SB hen he wns n laboring man bis opinions nnd bis plans were In n certain degree dependent upon tho plans and the As he comes upon the stage anil as the opinions of some ono else. When IMI- applause It breaks forth he smiles. son was n laborer, employed in conIs a pleased smile properly speaking, a structing machines whether he wns il grin. The grin of one to whom the or not depended upon his employer. If the employer found by exfierl-enc- e yells of "Hurray fur Hill" and the that the work In which he wns enof a gallery Is food and drink gaged was unprofitable to blm. then Mr. Applause, of what kind Ldlson lost his job. Now, Mr. Kdison, and raiment. having evolved by his own exertions out It docs not matter, Is what the naThe recof n condition whero he was n worker ture ot the man thrives upon. ognition of him as n great man, a hero, with his bands only, Into n condition where be has become n great mind force a deliverer cannot but make blm smile. which controls industry, Is vastly more lie appreciates the Joke. Important to labor than he was before. He composes his features as he reThen he could consent to the employment members what is expected of him. His of only ono man, himself. Now he can attitude at once suggests the hero of He consent to the employment of thousands the melodrama the "tank show." of men. nnd whether they are employed looks this way, then that, mid then toor not dcpnds more ui-.- n his judgment ward the part of his nudlence from than upon their own. The industries of which comes the most hilarious demonHe grins again, as be thinks tho world, no matter who is employed in stration. them, bave always been nnd always will of his side of It. If the noise continues, be under the control nnd direction of he turns to those nbout him nnd smiles Hut he Is not nfrnid of it. mind. Majorities have pothlng to do naively. with It except ns the majorities are In The eyes gluw nnd gratification shows every movement, glance and action. harmony with this mind force and havo In He is introduced nnd stands erect and the approval of Its Judgment. ngnln grins. It Is not the pleasing, digWhether f,00 or MOO men arc employed nified acknowledgment in keeping with nt the Ilurllngton machines shops at Lin- the honor to which the man aspires, but coln. Nebraska, during the next four the smile of the magician to the audience He depends not iqion the olltical that cheers because It is mystified. Sears, of the men who are employed raises a restraining band to hush the graceuincblnc shops, but upon the demonstration. The movement Isgesture Like every ful, nothing more. business judgment of those who must fur-nmoney to pay for this lalr. And be makes, it lacks strength. The hands nre weak, hopelessly so. If the applause tids business judgment, looking always to continues, be waits, posing ns If for the the financial policy of the government for He Is patient. A dignified signs of business safety or of business camera. danger, is Inspired with confidence or is statesman's verv presence would ofcomapmand silence nfter the first burst inspired with fear ns it Interprets the It would not be necessary for business prosperity of the future by the plause. great man to wait until every unliolltlenl conditions of the future. If this the joke, biKlncss mind sees in the election of couth wit had made hisof the but this lacks ltrjnn nnd chenp money signs of future man plays forthe dignity and theposition. gullery the gallery, He stnguatinn nnd depression, then It Is but claims him fur its natural that It should keep the number of whistles, stamps aud men emjilo.ved to the very least possible d He begins his address with n limit. People who ride In the Ilurllngton sentence, which be knows will nun mow; uy me town ot unvelock please his audience. In fact, from first near Lincoln whero these machine shops by nre located, can see the signs of business to last. It Isto his effort He Is skillful of offend. canable never depression and can interpret the doubt flight In words, but nt no time Is that is In the mind of the directors of the n fair orntor. At no time does he bring he nn road, when they see the side tracks lined his with broken engines which the small n known fnct to the notice of one bear force of men employed nre not nble to ers; then nn argument, men then, conui-tlo-a ns nnd still another, nnd repair. If the laboring people of the Knst were nt work today there would be n cllmnx, ns one Indisputable, unansweraIn these great centers of Industry ble declaration, rounded nnd full, guardmarket ed and protected by logic, launch it forth In tliel.nst for Nebraska's food product, and then these great railroad systems at his listeners. Ills lllght of words would require every engine nnd every car alleged to be oratory nre made to divert which they own to be in repair and nil the mind from questioning his asserHe soars lu nn outburst, the the wheels would be kept rolling night tions. ground work of wnlcu is as old ns me nnd ilny carrying the great crops of Kan-sahuman voice, to pleaso the ear of his .Nebraska nnd Iowa to the Last. This condition would cm-P- 'r listeners and keep their thoughts oil the '"bor nnd give value to farm prod- wing. These nights appeal to all that They are seldom original; ucts. The whole theory of Western suc- Is emotional. cess depends upon tho activity of Knstern they express no new thoughts, nud they Industry ami tlio activity of Eastern bear his trade mark. He makes asserdepends upon the faith nnd confi- - tions while the audience Is under the 1 I a ,lft,.,.t v. tuv He pours forth of his heroics. ....v .f lin uusiuess minu. tvt,n In. thinks, nnd declares it to be when the time nrrives In the A hired man ennnot tie employed upon true, but n farm without the consent of the owncourse of his remarks when the facts to er of the fnrm. back bis assertions should be henrd, behold another flight In Fourth of July A, cn.I'I'entcr ennnot get employment without the consent of the builder wbo fireworks. s engaged hi building houses, nnd Labor applauds itseii, ami mis man the bit Ider cannot get the house to build knows It. lie recognizes that "sacrifice," "down-trodden.- " "the peowithout the consent of tho men who "crucified," and similar have the money to build homes. In ple." "sweat of the face," the ordinary nrouse In all lines of Industry the man who works words nnd phrases with his hands is dependent upon the audience nn Imperative desire to applaud. man who works w th his mind nnd In For logic he uses heroics, for argument nil countries the mind workers are tin. words used by truly great men, but controllers of Industry. When the mind which no more apply to his subjest than workers and those who hnvo the making to the crucifixion. of the plans for Industry have confilie compares himself to the Man or dence that ludustry will be profitable Galilee without a blush. then there is employment. He defies facts as Ajux did the light-li- e William Jennings ltrynn nnd bis platform is a menace to Industry mid Mr. declares that something can be got llryan knows It. The conviction is fast-ene- d out of nothing: that a miner will be nble deep upon him nnd the lenders of to get ft'l cents' worth of metal coined inhis cause, that the thing which thev nre to $1 nnd in the snme breath insists that trying to accomplish Is against the'busl-nes- s the miner will sell Hint metal to anyone judgment of the American people. wbo will buy It for KI cents nnd give the Ihey are condemned by the mind work- buyer the chance to make that profit ers of tho nation, nnd because they Instead of himself. Why the miner will realize this, they constantly appeal to sell nt KI cents and lose the coined profit, class prejudice, hoping that there nre he explains by a highly colored account Mborers nnd fanners who hate the bitsl-neof n "crime" which has nailed "labor to men nnd the employers of labor, n cross of gold." that when all these haters are organized He refuses to believe that captltal Is of Into one great army there will be enough any use except to starve and grind down of them to carry this election for Mr. uinuklnd. llrynn and for the mine owners of Colo-ratiInsinuations, that every man should In whose Interest his candidacy exhave more tbnu enough In spite of his ists. hlblts, his drunkenness or bis improviupon his bearers, Silver Dollnru Are Legal Tender.; dence, he lavishesthat n country is nil Declarations, Many of the "plain people" of the wrong which gives every man wbo will United States havo wondered whnt Is work with head and hands n chance to meant, when It is said that Congress In be above those who will not, lie belches 187.i struck down one-ha- lf the money forth In torrents. "Sly friends," lie says, nnd advises in the country. The figure Is forcible but somewhat obscure. The Denver those to whom he applies the, term ns n News comes to the rescue. It says: "Ily sane man would hesitate to advise bis tho legislation of 18711 the mints were worst enemy. He distributes chaff, coolly predicts n not only closed to silver but the silver money of the country wns demonetized; panic, quotes the words of Christ ns It wns deprived of its legal tender qunlU glibly as the rowdy uses bis name, nnd having directed the eyes of his hearers ty. Thus the sliver money of tho counupon n bubble which (louts pleaslugly try wns struck down," is In error. Section 07 of about, ho says; "I thank you, The News I'iuiI Armstrong. the net ot 187!l contained n proviso that "this act shall not bo construed to affect nny act done, right accrued, or penalty In nil parts of the country women have Incurred, under former acts, but every organized campaign committees, working This languago tinder the direction of the Woman's busuch right Is saved." preserved the legal 'tender quality of tlio reau of the national Republican commitdollar, since tho right to pay one's tee. They distribute literature and use silver debts In silver dollars was ono of the their personal influence with husbands, rights nccrurd under former acts, which brothers and other relatives to sccuro nothing contained in the act was permittheir votes for the good, cause, paying especial attcutlon to first voters, ted to destroy, Sir. llrynn nnd his corps of free silver orators constantly denounce Idle capital. Mr. llrynn knows that Idle capital Is always the result of lack of confidence. He also knpws that Idle capital makes Idle men. If one set of men hnve the capital nnd another set of men who arc workers stand ready to be employed by this capital, then there must be n condition of harmony between the people who own the cnpltnl nnd tho men who stand ready to go to work or there will be no work. If n plan Is proposed which makes capital nfrald, nnd if the workers stand ready by their voles and their majorities to carry out this plan, then It Is but natural that the men who control the capital, being nfrald of bis new plan, will hoard their capital and keep It Idle rather than risk It under conditions which they believe will be disastrous. Does It then nvnll nnythlng to the laboring man that this capital Is denounced ns the enemy of the country? IMIson wns once n laboring man, but Is now n t. Many of Its members do association. not believe In suffrage at nil. It Is not n moral reform association, although mnny of Its members are engaged In the philanthropies nnd reforms which Illumine this decade of our natlonnl history. They do not seek to utilize the Hcntib-llcn- n association to ndrance nny of thes reforms. Its members are simply, nnd nil the time, Kepubllcnns, Inborlng for the support, of the principles of that party and for the election of Its candiChicago Tribune, August 26. dates. ABiHlHDU farmer mind, the truth, truth, still remains thnt the A the mind of the business man must originate nil the plans for the employment of idle labor, and whether these Industries are little by little enlarged each J ear, emEffects of Industrial Depression in ploying more nnd more men, or whether they nre little by little narrowed each year, employing less nnd less men, deCities Brought Homo in pends, not upon the judgment or the political views of the men employed, but a Practical Way. upon the judgment of the men who employ. When the farmers in the country nnd the laborers in the city suffer themselves to be led Into some great national STORY OF A KANSAS FARMER. movement which the business mind believes Is dangerous, then this business mind, in order to protect the Interests over which it presides, begins the process of Decrease In the Consumption of Food narrowing its operations to suit the new conditions. by Laborers Affects the Sale A farmer may believe In free coinage and n laboring man may believe in free of Farm Products. coinage, but If the business mind of the country on which both the fnrmer nnd the laboring man is dependent Is afraid of r In free coinage, then the threat of free of Kansas, recently A coinage, instead of breathing new life InKansas City, tells a story that is worth to industry, strikes it with the paralysis repeating for the excellent lesson which of death. Kvcry earnest thinking man In this it teaches. In n certain tuwn wns n creamery. It gathered the cream from country nt this time, whether he be n farmer or a laborer, above nil things, the farms within a radius of ten miles nbove all party or personal preferences, nnd manufactured about 100 pounds of desires to sec tho Industries of the nation butter per day. lleyoud the limits of revived, because labor can find employthis circle from which cream was gath- ment and fnrm rroduce find a market In other ered .there were u number of farmers noWhen way. all the arguments have been exwho desired to sell cream, but were not hausted on both sides, the whole quesnble to do so because the wagons from tion narrows Into this proposition, that the creamery did not reach their farms. activity In industry Is dependent upon One day n delegation of these farmers the confidence the business men hnvo In the financial and tariff policy of the no- called at the office of the creamery to tlmmt .. .... . ,.vu... v,v.iiiii, may nave i'iiiuit-iconsult the manager with reference to confidence In some untried nnd catchy the enlargement of its business so ns to proposition, nnd the laboring man may They have confidence nnd even bo include them nnd their neighbors. enthusiasexplained to the manager that by sendtic, but If the miles farther in hesitates then mind of tho business man ing his teams a few Industry languishes. A nil directions he would double the quan- thousand laboring may tity of cream gathered, double the nmount to go to work in menfnctory. stand ready n of butter produced nnd consequently farmers may stand ready to And the double the profits of tho creamery. The these laboring men with food, butprovide If farmers were disappointed when they managers of tho factory nre afraid the to saw by the look on the manager's face start it, then It will not start. It mav wns not favorably appear to these thousand that their proposition unll received. There had been n great deal to these farmers that the laborers managers of of gossip nmoug the farmer patrons of the factory are unreasonable, nnd 'lint creamery that the price paid for they have more power in the the cream was too low aud that the profits they ought to have, but thenation than truth will couccrn were larger than they remain forever, that mind, of the nnd not ma-jought to be, nnd now theso farmers ties. Is the controlling force t'pon could not understand why a business which the Industry of the nntlon depends which was making exorbitant profits nnd that the judgment of should not be willing to enlarge Itself, to business mind is worth moreone trained to n to double Its output and consequently than the judgment of many men double Its profits. who their manager explained that to enlarge farm work In with factory.muscles on tho The nnd the the drclo of their farmer patrons would require nn additional number of men JONES' SILVl.lt MINE. nud teams to gather the cream, would require additional machinery and an enThe present Interest In nnythlng relatlarged plant with more buttorninkers ing to sliver recalls James lttissell Lownil of which ell's witty rhymes of twenty years ago-and other operatives, meant nn nddltlonal Investment of niAt.onun. money in which he did not feel justified "Jones owns a sliver mine1' "Pray who Is Jones? at this time. vex He explained that the price of butter Don'towns; my ears with horrors like Jones was low, thnt thousands of laboring men "Why. Jones Is Senator, nnd so he strives being out of employment In the cities To make lis buy his Ingots all our lles were not entlng butter, but were buying At a Mint premium on tho market nrlre A sllu'r currency would he so nice!" Imitaoleomnrgarlue nnd other chenp tions of butter, nnd because of ull these "What Is Jones' plan?" "A coinage, to be sure, discouraging circumstances lie was unable To rise and fall with Wall street's tern- to consider a proposition to enlarge the perntme. business of the creamery. The manager You wish to treat tho crowd; your dollar shrinks went on to explain that a creamery In Undreamed nercentums while they mix the Knusns, Nebraska or Iowa depended upon the big cities for Its customers. "Jones' mine's quicksilver, tliea?" "Your In smnll towns many of the people keep . wit ttou't p.isa; . cows of their own, but In the big cities Ills coin's mercurial, but his mine Is brass." Deliver, Kansas City. Omaha. "Jones onus" "Agalu! your Iteration's such ns St, Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis and slow torture of an Chicago, where thousands of laboring Than theyou II tell one thing Jones won't own-Tmen nre gnthered, the farmers find their best customers not only for dairy the cat hid beneath the meol Is his." all the other food products products but Cleveland World. of the farm. The families of these laboring men nre extravagant enters nnd Ho Is Mistaken. extravagant buyers of farm products In his speech at Springfield, O.. when they have the money to buy with. Wednesday, Candidate Hryan spoke on of When the laboring men In these cities "the nations peiisantry." There are employed they consume vnst quanti- no peasants in this country, nnd nre the butter, eggs. Hour, meal, beef and nan who attempts to ninke such n classties of poultry. The thousands of creameries ification is unworthy the support of In Kansas, Iowit aud Nchruskn had the free American sovereigns, Kvcry more orders for their product than they man Is n prluco nnd no man is n ncas-nn- t. could supply before the Democratic With the ballot In his hand, the panic stopped the Industries In the cities voter ranks with Vnnderbllt. The rich nnd threw the laboring men out of work. man of today may be the jioor man toIn the last two years the demand for morrow, nnd he wbo is not endowed food products have been less and less, with wealth nt this moment may be n showing that the families of the laboring millionaire before the close of n decmen in the cities nre growing more nud ade. .This arraying of the people of more economical In their consumption of the United States Into classes is the food. In n long conversation with the most pernicious thing that has ever been malinger of the creamery, these farmers attempted in, this eouutry, and the gathered the Idea, ns they bad never demagogues who are engaged in the unrighteous attempt deserve the contempt understood It before, that the Into which they are sure to fall. farm Is dependent upon the city fur Its market nnd that the price of food uud the demand for It Itomumticr This. depends upon the employment nt good When llourke Cockrnn, wages of the laboring people of the grent speech In New York,In his recent cities. This much the fanners bad al- following senteuce, be uttered uttered the n ready understood lu n general way, but which should be posted over thesentence door of ttiey had never stopped to realize the far every honest laboring man, whether Itemore Important truth, that the managepubllcan or Democrat, In this country: ment of these great laboring employing $10 Industries devolves entirely upon the "1 ran take a all gold piece and defy all the power of trained business minds of the heads of earth to tuke fithe governments of this cents' value from it. whom the l'opocrntle these industries can go to the uttermost ends of the now denounce ns plutocrats, and It, Its Is enrth, and wherever I present of the common people. enemies It value will be unquestioned, unchallenged. very fine sport for eloquent politicians to denounce the men who That gold dollar the honest masses of manage the labor Industries, to cull them this country, without distinction of party "plutocrats," "goldbugs." "robbers," "op- divisions, deninnd shall be paid the lapressors" nnd other offensive mimes, but borer when be earns It, nnd no power nftcr nil these eloquent speeches have on enrth shall cheat lilr.i ant of tho sweat of his brow," Galesturg livening been delivered and after all tills mischievous talk has bad Its effect Mali. upon the great stock-feede- great charities, philanthropies and societies, aside from her political duties. k The national treasurer. Miss Helen Iloswell of New York city, has supervision over the headquarters of her stnte, located nt 1473 Broadway. Miss Iloswell has Inaugurated the plan of personal visits among the women In the tenement districts of New York, for the purpose of showing tho women the meaning of the free coinage of sliver and how it will affect the purchasing power of She finds these women their dollars. views on the currency with question nnd ready to defend them, ns they do in insisting that the voters in their families shall maintain them at the polls. Miss Boswell has enlisted a large number of young business women to help spread tlie doctrines of sound money and protection nnd to help recur votes for the Itepubllcan candidates. Var-wlcd Mrs. Foster's Immediate associates and assistants In the work tire women Mrs. of capabilities In various lines. Thomns W. Chnce, tho general secre-tnrresides In Last Greenwich, It. I., nnd from there exercises a watchful care for the work In the New Kngland states. Mi. C'hncc has an extensive acquaintance nnd is identified with many .. s I In the Chicago headquarters Mrs. Foster's chief assistant and secretary IsMrs. Alice Hosseter Wlllard, who has wide experience in general business nnd newspaper work in this country nnd In Kngland. Next to her comes Miss Anna llrophy of Dubuque, la. Miss Itrophy Is not only xaluable for her education and wide general knowledge, but because piece of work which passes every through her hands receives her critical nttention as to Its correctness. Its acMiss- - Itrophy is chief stenogcuracy. rapher. Almost the first thine done bv Mrs. Foster nfter opening her he.idquarters, wns to issue an appeal to the patriotic women of the country, urging them to organize committees or clubs for study of the Issues of the campaign, and to belli promote the cause of national unity and protection. The responses have been most gratifying, coming ns they bave These from Oregon to New Jersey. women nre directed In their work of nnd ndvlsed how to make their The weapons of the efforts effective. women are personal appeal and literature. These arc used to convince the women that their own personal welfare. Including the Interests of children nnd of the homo, nre on the side of the Ucpnb-lle.i- n party. This conviction assured little doubt remains as to how the vote Influenced by these women will be cast. a echo-vers- 1 hat home mnrl.ct for woolen goods nnd grnd iinlly get n good hold on the markets of the world. In n recent issue the Record threw up the sponge. It ndmits that free wool Is not strong enough to carry-fre- e silver. The confidence with wiilili It attributes the failure of Its free wool' theory to some other person's free silver theory would, if transferred to the money market, revive business even in these frco trade times. Sajs the Record: "The distrust engendered by the silver ernre has checked sales of maim-fneture- d goods, increnscd the percent-ng- e of idle mills and so nnrrowed the outlet nnd crippled the financial resources of Knstern distributors of wool that the latter have practically ceased purchases of the staple in the country markets, nnd in many enses have refused to make even reduced cash advances on consignments." The silver craze did not materialize until free wool had had nearly three yen is in which to show what ft roulil do. During nil thnt time the wool Industry went from bail to worse. Now the people nre nsked to believe that free silver did all the mischief. St, Joseph (Mo.) Herald. Free Wool nml Frco Silver. During the mnny wenry months after tariff had given the the death blow to the wool Industry free trade journals assured their rendeis that the blow would not be fatal. In time the ludustry would revive. Considerable prudence was manifested ns to dates, but the prediction wns confident that In the course of time the Industry would recover from Its paralysis. 1 ho Philadelphia ltccord was one of the most sanguine of these free traders. That journal simply knew thnt Its theories could not be wrong. Free wool must nnd would ennlile our manufacturers to recover th Wilson-Gorma- 1 Glvo It to tlio Indiana. "Let us restore the conditions that existed prior to 1873." says Mr. Teller. Very well; let us tenr un nil the railroads that hare been built since then: let us reduce the ncrcnge of wheat and corn nnd cotton to what It wns then; let us send back to barbarism those parts af the world that have since been reclaimed to civilization; let us plug up the Russian oil wells nud destroy tho wheat fields of India and the Argentine; let us smooth over the hills of LcadWlle ami Crlpplo Creek, and fill up the mines, und of silver from reduce the production $170,000,000 n year to $(50,000,000; let us kill off nbout 0.000.000 of our people, so ns to make the population whnt It was in 1S73; let us have a paper bails for our money, us we bad then, nnd gold nt n premium of 1.1 cents or moro on the dollarIn short, let us try to turn bark tho linnd on time's dial, nnd make everybody as huppy ami wealthy ns nil the iicnplo nre now alleged to havo been before Colorado Springs, Gazette, 1S73. F1VK, in tmmrd"Ma m Painless" DentUtandj In all- thorough workman the , I I ' fauM . . jintf' free on v, tc I I buried at" Green tflyer- Wednesday evenlnjr. Rev. O.J Bean conducted - -- I bTMlia Rhoada, of,, IridlaoapoHa, mm Sweetie, ol Loulavllle," Mlaa tQ- - the conception ,o a anecial rates. critical atudent. Uo'n7Laxgec candidates) and political painter. I I . .er- - .1 I rmi-1"- !- lUlOia KCpUbllCail ... . f. i)f...f.t..pnt1gagty ilbiea on on fJIn8BicollhePopuluUiafototlKutaHdaBVeflfty B'Mtort retTr, tMT.Ti,iNit"jTlf mrn. .. i kndtbal'tfpUOraU urdnfBlWerdiillaM ninny I wen coined M'KINI PV AWniLEWIS J ' J WaWtflW' . SOPPLEMENT HARTFORD, KY., REPUBLICAN. l'ltllAY. SCPTEMBEK 5J. 1801 PUTTING RINGS ON THE RIGHT HOGS. 'f'-- l ' l ' ' ' M a m& VJBL His Repeated Assertions Concern' ing India Wheat Proven False. HON. JAMES BRYCE SPEAKS. Denials by Members of the English Parliament and a Prominent London Merchant. In the speech delivered by William Jennings Hrjan to the farmers of New Vmk assembled at Chautauqua, llio India wheat fake was revamped by the tlh or candidate fur president. Tbo assertion made by Mr. Bryan in his Omaha debate last May that the 1'ng-lls- b speculators could drive great bargains In buying silver and tradlug It for India wbeat to the detriment of the, American farmer was reiterated and embellished by his fervid Imagination so as to create the Impression that tho decline of silver has made India tbo most formidable competitor of tho American wheat mid cotton growers. As usual, Mr. Bryan talked at random without taklug tho trouble to acquaint lilmself with llio actual facts. Tbo lice now has tho facts and tho figures that effectually explode Mr. Bryan's India fake. Over two months ago tho editor of tbo IJeo directed a personal Inquiry on this subject to Hon. James Bryie, who Is now and lias for many years been a member of Parliament and was a member of tho British board of trade. ltcspondiug to this letter, under date of August 1, Mr. Bryce says: "i'ou are milto right in thinking that gain nothing at all British from the iluslng of the Indian mints. The sharp competition, especially of the uiuiiuo native niercujiits, cuts clown their profits uud they lose heavily on tho exchange between Itidla and England in turning into English gold the silver prices they recelvo for the goods they export to India. The export of food stuffs from India has not, 1 gather, Increased during Hie last few jears uud the closing of the mints has not Increased It. Manchester and our manufacturers generally complain that business with lndh Is unpnilil.ible. Our cotton Industry is at present greatly depressed. So Britain at least gains nothing. You will, therefore, be safe in denying that there has been, or Is, any bonus or benefit to British merchants or manufacturers." This letter h is been supplemented by I'rof. Itijce with an article prepared by his brother. .1, Annan Hrjce, a very prominent London merchant, who was for many jciis a resident of India. Mr. J. Aim. hi llruo s.ijs: "Tur .Mr. i:octt. iter's guidance I have made up the nnnecd statement, which shows In pir.illel columns the exports of wheat from the I'niled States. Argenmen-hint- I was passing through Iowa 6ome months aso, and I got an Idea from some hogs. (Laughter.) An Idea Is the most Important thing that a person can get Into bis, bead, and we gather our Idea from every source. As I was riding along I noticed these hogs rooting In a Held, and they were tearing up the ground, and the first thought that cam to rao was that they wcro destroying a good denl of property. And that carried tne back to the time when ns a hoy I lived upon a farm, and I remembered that when wo had hogs we used to put rings In the noses of the hog.and then the thought came to me, "Why did we do It?" Not to keep tho hogs from getting fat. We were wore Interested In their getting fat than they xvcre. Laughter. The sooner they got fat the sooner up killed them; the longer they were In getting fat the longer they lived. But why were the rings put In the noses uf those hogs? So that, while they were getting fat, they would not destroy more properly tbau they were worth. Laughter and great applause. And as 1 thought of that this thought came to me, that one of the duties of the government, one of the Important duties of government, Is the putting of rings In the noses (From W. J. Uoui's Labor Day Spetea. of hogs. Applause. Indu up to lbTIl silver and rupee lieeiune pinnniinccd. You will oliM'iM' tint while the o.xports from the United States, I'livdi ami Argentine mo on the whole lnci casing, those from India aio falling oh, anil that In the year IN 15 the exports from India were the tame us in the jcar 1ST". Of lourso it docs not do to teason on Indiililii.il jears, as there may be special circumstances, bid h us famines, cry to account for short jeais. Pur Instance, lb"S and IS7!) weie tlie veils of the gieat famine in India and 1S!VJ was the year of the fttmlno in Itiissin. Dividing the last twenty years Into periods of I'm- - voais each, you will see tint during the last three livo-vepeiiods the exports fiom India have In en falling oh, while those limn the United Stales, Argentine and Iiii-s- la li.ne been Incteas-lug- , although all the while rupee h is lieen steadily falling with silver. The liguies pmvo conclusively as regards Indian wheat, which has nlwnjs been the great bogy witli the mm, that the India exAmerican port lias had nothing to do with the full of silver or tunee exchange. The silver man would be more sensible if lie xere to take alarm at the cloning exports from Argentine and fiom l.ussla. But he could make untiling of the silver argument here, fur neither Itussl.iu nor Argentine oxihingo depends on sller. Both itiiriMcs, during the whole of the period em'j-ii'i- .l in my statoiumit, had for the basis of their currency and of course foielgn exchange an inconiei tilde paper currency and not cither silver or gold. "Altogether the farts Illustrate the roundness of Mr. IJoseivater's conclusion that the fall In prices of commodities Is due to mole ornnninlc.il production and transport. In India, In Itussla and in Argentine! wheat exports became possible not beianse the exchange value of rupee, the louhle or the dollar fill, but because railw.ijs weie built Into districts previously Inaccessible. In India the providing of tallway facilities stimulated the extension of Inlgatlon. In the Punjab, for Instance, many millions of acres were hioiight Into cultiintloii under iirlgatlon ns soon ns the opening of tho railway to K.ti.nlil ni.nle Hie export possible. But in India then no longer remains any lirge new Held to be opened nil, and in most of llio districts which depend on Iriigation I believe as much witter is now taken out of the rivers as they cm give. America theiefore need not fear India much In the fiituie, even If silver and rupee weie ULely to go lower, which they are Hot." The statistical exhibit accompanying this statement is oxlniistlvo and in support of the couibislous In IST.'t (lie nirlvid at b Mr. Brjce. cxpoit of wheat from the United Slates to England was t.VTIII.HIill bushels! from Itiixhl.i, l.H10.rxHJ bushels; Argentine made no cxpoits mid Indli expoiled a fraction over 1,'J."UI00 biisliels. In 1S77 wheat cxpmts fiom the Culled Slates !nd reai hid 107. 'Ji I (Will bushels; from Hiiss'n. ri7.rJII.H0ll bushel; fiom Imlli Argentine xt ill had lri.lkk'l.::.".'; bushels; no wheat in export. In IMKI wlieat exports from the United Slates hud I cached L,j:t.si:i.:::t.'i bnhii. fnun itussia, jot).. :tT-"fiom India, J7,(M!ll.i;r.i! i OHO r.'.OOO.(K)l) bushels, ii lid fiom 1S!I Argentine exported bushels In Imsliels of wheal In England, while India did not lui lease its export iei the lueiediug joai. In ISD.'i Ihe wheal ospiul fiom the I'niled Stales wn 170.:t:U;.:'i!.'t bushels, fiom Itussia, tine. the fall Uussi.i and In .tcr Ml Xk'Uk'k'l n 42.niltl.niHl bushels; fiom India, 15,1 Imsliels. I ! average piice of wheat In Bom- fiuiu l$i;:) to IbTCt was .fl.'O per hiihcl; lioni Argentine, ll Canton is alive with enthusiasm, the coiiitlioiiM', business places ami private houses aie ilcvoiatcd with lligs, portraits of Maj. Mclviule,v, national colors and various nation il and p.ililollc devices. It Is easy to recognize the McICInley THINGST0 REMEMBER. resilience by the lawn, which is worn blown and bate by the delegations that Mn Tolut About Silver nmt Trotec-tlucontinue to come from all parts to pay their respects to the futuio ucc.iip.iut uf is not a fiee coinage Pirst That there the white house. (ouutty lu Ihe world today that is Hot Never before have women taken such on a silver basis. nil active Interest lu Ihe presidential Sei ond '1 hat free coinage will not campaign, ami never before since the raise the pi Ice of Ameilcan wool one nomination of Piesldeiit Lincoln have tent whllo loiclgii wool Is coming iu free women's heaits been so stilted over of duty ami is uowding Aiueiicau wool the condition of the country, ami while out of the home mniket. 111 iny of the nre Interested becauso Third That their is not n gold stand-m- il main issues of the campaign, all nre counCty In Ihe world that does uot interested lu the Republican nominee use silver along with gold and keep its for president, because of his standing silver coins worth twice as muih as their ns n mill mid a citizen, nud his social bullion value. and f.unllj life. Pouith That tho free coinage of sliver The residence of Clov. nnd Mrs. will not slait a single factory in this is homelike, and free from oslountiy. when under the Dciiioctntlc tnr- - tentation. A porch extends along the 1ft the products of foreign labor are, entire front of the house, some line old suippcii nun 1111s cuonii iiienpcr 111.111 trees cast a grateful shade upon the they call ho made here. lawn, and beds of Dowers attract the Plfth That there Is not n silver stand- sight. Wo stin into the softie carpeted ard country in the world that uses any hall, furnished with easy chairs and gold as money along with silver. colors rest fid to the eve; n moment Sixth That frco silver coinage will more, and wo aio leceivcd by Mr. not create 11 demand for labor when Democratic free tiado makes the supply The reception room, on the right of many limes greater than the demand. the hall as one euteis, is used ns .111 Seventh That there Is not a silver-standar- d ollico, uud here at all times of the da) country In the world today that Mr. MeKlnlry receives news mid telens much money grams that me communicated has more th 111 one-thir- d directly lu ciri illation per capita as the United to Ids resilience, of such matters as perStales lias. tain to and mc of Interest to the capi-palgEighth That free silver Is not going to Iniiease the price of nor the demand While he tnlks his secretary occasionally hands him a telegram which lie for farm pioducta so long as the Ameilwho Is the principal can wnrklngmau, leads without Interruption to the converconsumer. Is kept In Idleness by transsation. ferring Ids work to the hands of foreign Mr. McKlnloy wih remain in Canton workmen llu unli Ihe medium of five most nf Hie lime iin'll after the dicttrade. ion lu November. It has been his Ind Ninth That there Is not a tention to take a short trip to some point country lu Ihe world where the laon the sen mast, but he has decided to boring man receives fair piy for his, remain in Canton. "I have 110 wish," daj's work, and it is largely these men's he said, "to shut injsclf uwa) from the (icople." products that have come into this country by tho grace of Democratic free Sa1lng of the activity of the women trade, and wiped nut the prosperity vxe In the campaign, he sil.l; "I am glad enjojed prior to lh'.k'l. ZiuesvllloTinies. the ladles hare such confidence lu inc." 1 wns glad to lespond: "Wo do have I'reo Silver nmt Dcgi udntlon. great confidence iu jou, Mr. McICInley, Labor, today, has readiest Its crisis. inoi o than it iias ever lief 01 e been our This Is a very simple proposition, to opportunity to express." "Would 011 like to meet Mrs, McICInaiivone who looks nt it with common seiiso nud reason, but one on which ley? Mother Is one of our family, hut hangs the fate of labor. If labor rotes nt present she Is uivay on n visit; nud for Itryaii and free silver, it votes nvvny although she has teat hed the age uf one-haIt will vote Its 81, she Is In excellent health." of Its wages. organizations and unions nut of existAny anllilpatd pleasure we may have ence. Por degraded labor Hint Is a drug had (11 meeting Mis, McICInley Is more on the 111,11 ket. loo poor to save a penny, than tc.ilizcd. Seated lu the handsome too feeble to lift Its head against wrong parlor, where nil lights ami colors haroppression, cannot mihitnin an and harmony Impresses monize prevailing against power and wealth. one Hut and last In the McICInley liume It will vote its children Into Ignorance with some dainty tinchct work In blue and toll from their earliest years. It zephvr in her lap talking with a lady will vote its women Into the tilling of visitnr. Is the future mistress of the Its fields. Into drudgery In brick vnrds of this while hotte. It is easy to and Into sliveiv lu the very mines which worn in who will be the first lulv iu the liver men will opera to for their own laud, now thai she is approaching her advantage, nt the expense of everyone zenith, that she Is one of the loveliest In the Pulled States who works for women we have ever met, but such U wages. It will vote Itself Into bondage veidlct of the in my. the 10111 which It cannot escape In our day At first glance we iccognlze Mrs. and time. 'Ihe statistics of every free from her plenties recently taken, silver (oiintiy iu Ihp world will pioto the shining hilr parted In Ihe center of this proportion to be true. tho fuicheud, tlpplluj softly uvcr the bushel, which was equal to the price of otia ounce of silver, l'roni 1S70 to 1SS0, while silver was going down, the average price of wheat at Bombay ro to $1.-11- ) per bushel. Between 1SS1 and ibSo the nxcrage price of wheat nt Bombay was M.ll) per bushel, and from lSbtl to 1SU0 $1.01 per bushel, although silver had been tending upward. Prom IS'Jl to 1S'.)3 the average price of wheat at Bombay was !)," cents per bushel. Had x beat followed thepriceof silver it should have been only (3 ceuts per bushel. Cotton exports from India to Europe Imvo been equally at v.iriiuce with the theories advanced by Mr. Bryan. In 1S74 India exported l,C3t!,!S2 biles and In 1S7." l.'Jll.S'.M biles. During tho live jears following its cotton export was below 1.000.000 bales. In 1S70 it was only 0I1.15S bales. During tho five jears ending with 1S1K5 tho cotton export from India has beeu steadllv decreasing. In USUI it was l.OUS, 117 biles: lu 1S0J. Or.4.000 bales; lu lb:i, S.17.771 bales; in JSIM, 707,070 bales; in -. lM.bales. In contrast with this the United States exports of cotton hive been steadily increasing. In lb!K) thev amounted to o.OJO.OlU bales; In 1!)1, 5,S20.770 bales; In 1S92, 5.S01.111 bales: in 4.KI1.'J20 bales; in 1S91, 5,:!! 17,500 biles; in lbD.", ll.!IUo,:'5S hales. Thus It will be seen that the India bugbear has no foundation, but has been (onjured up for politic il purposes bv Bryan. Ilurvey and all the ipostles of silver. Omaha Itee. M M'KINLEY'S HOME A Household Truly Homelike and Eutirely Freo from Ostentations. NOTES OF The A All VISIT TO CANTON. Have House Where the McKtnleys Made Their Home lot Twenty-five Years. Sojourning a few days recently near Canton gave opportunity for u charming visit to that uciv center uf attraction. m:, labor coiiulriri farming Industry is utuiucstlona bly iu a dt pressed condition today, am sweetness. the cause Is not far to seek. Look One who Is sensitive and observant, the hundreds uf silent factories witl need never to have henrd one word of Mr. their smokeless chimneys, nil over th MelClnle.v's family life to understand the relation .Mr. nud Mis. McICInley occupy Homo Doniand Supplies tho Cliiof country, from Nebraska to Maine, am form, if you can, an estimate of th toward one unolher. mid while the pleasMarket for Agricultural former! Immense multitude of ant morning conversation proceeds, we employed iu these establishments, wh seem to feel thioiigh the atmosphere of poor living ns bci are now cklug out Products. the room every word of the spirit and exthey can other vocations, many c istent 0 of the happy wedded life KTIK'tll-alctlieiu, no doubt, in farming and gimlet which Drowning expressed uud llu:. where they have bcronic coinpetitnt painted lu his "Ity the Plrcndde." We .ire looking at mid ilisuissing picWHERE THEIR INTEREST LIES. with the men who former!) supplif thcui with food. If the inuv tures of Mr and Mrs. McICinley, when incut led by Mr. Brvmi goes ou to I one of the faiullj, taking up one uf Mr. 1u1tur.1l isiiie liislon, whole lines of I McICinley, which fiom the view of Ihe f.in' shows Ihe deep thought line extend- Effect of Curtailing the Purchasing ihistry which have survived the Wilx T bill will be mints) and hundreds of tbo ing Hie length of the forehead, teiiiarks: sands of employes will be ttiruwu 0 Power of the Men Employed "Mis. McICinley does not like llu- -i slie uf work. thinks that line looks like a scowl." We - pla in Factories The conclusion ought to all smile and ipilte ogreo with her. that to every thoughtful innti engaged in that plctuie does not 'Mo linn justice," riiiiliurul pursuits. We cannot afford and we Hunk what plctuie could reilute our wage rales to those of ft him as be is, the dimming personof the eign countries. We must make for 01 We export about ality, the klndlv, genial milliner, the w III the Pulled Slates either Scent glow selves nil nrtieles needed for our or clear, pcrfccllv voice, the modulated mirj.lver.v-dnct luuht blue eve, and clear complexion, ill the form uf Hour or uf wheat. We such luxiiriM as iums, iinKrtitig ha foreign countries T per cent, of our and the line smooth skin that a womonly o.irt crop. nlsiut exportation of other producing. Tni facilities for an might eiivv? While his pictures cancorn The for revenue only mentis the ruin of ' not Hirtriiv this, the) do shoe, with fidelfiinnsr, ami tariff for protection tuo. ity sonic iinalities of the man whose gtiiiu is as a rule trilling iu ipinnllty, although the very low price of oats for tl.? n well employed town nnd tity popi splendid constitution has never been lion, nud good home markets fur eve by excesses, the elect form, the past two votirs, owing to heavy producthing the fanner has to sell. blown hair, that shows but few traces tion mid n fulling off in the home deof silver, the luoad. full forehead, deep mand for consumption bv street CAMPAIGN NOTES. set eye. dearly cut features and square, burses mid driving horses, has led miisre jaw, the features mid hearing tonsidcrnblc foreign movement in "I would willingly defend freo tr one might look for iu the heio of the to with my life." snitl Mr llrjau In his I battle of Plsber's Hill and Cedar Cicek. tills grain, Of our meats we probably wheie he was breveted major by l'icsi-den- t export about 10 per rent , although exact speech ill Congress, and as lie is ; statistics are not available on this point. defending free silver with his ton Lincoln. Those figures are sullu'iciit to make it oiilv it is easy to see to which policy Mr. McKlnlnv's passionate love of plain to the iiittlligcnt fanner that Ihe Is most devoted. flowers is tccogulzcd by his friends. not those roses lovel)?" says home market fs his great market, nud "Ate Democratic orators nnd organs Mrs. McICinley, calling our attention to that any causes which leduce the home evade the tariff, but the workiiigmoi some vases 01 rare red roses, upon Hie demand for provisions directly Injure the the country cannot, for to them it mantel nnd btnekets; "but love these," larmiug iiiieiest. sents the unavoidable Issue uf wort: Besides the staple articles of grain nnd prosperity or Idleness and poverty. glancing at a boiuiuet of sweet peas on the pretty table beside her. "The roses meat, there are n multitude of farm Popocrnt demagogues While came iu such a beautiful wooden box. products for which there is no market at shouting the with the rich." The inline of tbo giver Is not here. Wil- all except the home market This in- Itepublii an"Down advances with the party liam," addressing Mr. McICinley. and, cludes the whole range of perishable fruits and vegetables, and nlso includes "Pp with the isior," and proposes taking n card and reading. "To Mr. to veiy gieat extent the dairy ptodiitts. in.Htmont of measures thut will pre mid Mis. McICInley, from jour devoted " "The magnolias were sent Other Important turns me poultry and work fur the workers uud prosp friend, from the South." As Mr. McICinley eggs, All thrifty fanners know the value r.ir all. llses, our ejes follow him. mid we catch of home maikcts for such nt! kit's as Sam Jones is nothing If not ex a glimpse, through mi open door, ut a thef, and know, too, that nine li of the site. He declares til A t he would n dainty couch iu white and gold, and prolit of farming comes fiom the minor climb n ladder with an nriuful of Mrs. .McICInley says softlj. "William, productions of the farm. t i ti to undertake to fuse with the . If wo me to luve Increased home conthere Is baby asleep iu there." f sumption of farm products we must have So gentle is the step on the thick carThe vvnrkiugmaii docs not wo) pets that It cuiild not awnken the labor generally einplojeil, and nt fair wages, iu the towns ami cities To keep thciiHr dollar. He wants steady t lightest sleeper, mid holding the labor well cmpliijcd it Is absolutely is phi) incut paid fur iu dollars as go snowy, waxen blossoms for our inspection lie says, the recollection, perhaps., scntial under the present conditions that gold. suggested by the thought of the little we should have protective duties upon The simplest way to elect McICln articles. to tote for him, Mr. Itoiirkc Cockrt sleeper In the adjoining room, "We a large range of forclgn-mailcommenced our first housekeeping in This is no longer n matter of theory, serves to his fellow Democrats, unc this house over twen'y-llvveins ago. alwiut which intelligent men dispute. It remark contains nil the wisdom Here our little ones were born and was helil for n time by the advocates of the ages. passes! away, the old home's endeared to free trade that the superior intelligence The one question Bijau never an us by many pleasant, hallowed tiieni-u- i of the average American workiuKiunuaiid the superior tpiality nf the machinery he Is the simple oue, "How about les, ' be n siilhclcnt protection to IradeV" The silken II ig that adorned the used would The Brian party Is made up chali ill's desk at the Itepuhllcaii con- insure our tiirii markets for our uwn kinds uf factious, led by all so vention at St. Louis Is diaped on out- iiianiifat Hired products. This Is n declanks, ami if It should get Into n gavel used lusion width no Intelligent man now adcome r of the plum, The vocates. The extension of commerce by couldn't work together. by the chairman on that occasion, steamship lines all over the world, the beautiful piece of carved workmanship, In denouncing wealth the Drm wns shown us, "It Is said to have been I lying of submarine telegraph cables, aie consistent with their habit nf travel, the cheap- organs has done piece of one of the logs Ihe world-widundo from for It ever) thing it it) ness nnd convenience of tinnsportalloii, fiom the log cabin lu which Abraham anil the general spread of intelligence make the people poor mid keep thcl Lincoln lived. It is a pleasant thought by newspapers has put the entire civThe Republican pledge to pioinj to a lover of iclits mid to the patriotic," ilized mid semi-li- t Hired globe in close free coinage of silver by Intel il tuvs Mr McICinley lelations. Our ingenious There were also some beautiful bad- business machines nre being Introduced agreement offers the only solution; money problem which good biisinc) ges, used during different presidential ml no Important campaigns, one while satin badge used Into CI1I1111 amiis Japan, r.iu inventions In can accept, and for that reason v Improvement made Democrats among them nre vvorkl during Piesldeiit Tjler's canipilgn, this unity that Is not Immediately bearing his motto, the design nf w tilth known iu all parts nf Europe The skill Hie Itoptibllcmi party this year tote fur McICinley, t of nnd prodiu Ing capacity of Hie mechanics would have done credit to Hie today, with "II our Any Popocrnt who believes th accessories nnd operatives of other countries are an can cniry Kentucky whin Pali uf ait. being Incio.ised bv Ihe sharpconstant" Mr, McICInley Is, ns It has been said, ness of lompetillon and by the lutiodiic-llo- 'i native anil Biickucr n native uud gospel new to "Hie deliverer of n of new methods and miclilnery. ilcnt of the Blue Grass state, women and children In making protecLabor (.1) over the world is tending to a know the Kentucky nutme. plain to them," ami lomtuon level tion mid Ihe tariff It Is easy to sec from Tho we may mid, Hint Is his blameless politiNow the thoughtful farmer will readily Heed's speeches down cal, piofcssiouiil, icllgloiis, domestic cud see that If we were to keep up the ab'll-I- r Is perfectly serene ami iu Mnlue happy. social life, ho has also revealed a new nf our own shop anil factory populahe usually feds that way. llo t guspcl to Ihe joiing men of our country, tion to loiis'-inhis pindiict III liberal eo. Mary Stuart Coffin. iiuantillvs we must maintain an excepMr. Ilrvnn errs in snvlntr Hint tional into nf wages. If through such Bryan's hope of success Is grounded legislation ns Mr. llrviili uud curiosity that draws people to I lugs. wholly on the Into P, T. liaruuiu's theIt is both Interesting his followers advocate we .ire to lower ory Hint a fool is Loin every minute. our American population to able to study n man who, lit this country In this age of the w Paste It in jour hat that free coin- the standards of living prevniliug in the age mid fice trade, Hie great pair nf manufacturing countries which compete pnrcntly thinks that wealth ca go hand In baud In this with us, then llieie would be great utcd by legislation, You can't support thu one surplus of farm products in this country campaign. "Whnt gain would we mail without voting for the other, circulating medium," nskrd for which there would be no homo, marMr. Brynn Is ton confidential with his ket, We must put up a tariff wall to .1 nines (I, lllnliie eighteen year nuilieni.es for dignity almost plaintive, keep out a flood of such articles as we nit opening the gate for silve sometimes. In his appeals to them to say manufacture In our own country, or we In, we open still wider gate will soon be deluged with c hen wares to flow out?" The question It whether or uot ho "looks like an anarchuud fabrics from Japan and China as answered and still timely. ist." beautiful brow, a sweet, almost girlish face not a line or wrinkle marring its smoothness the Incarnation of womanly well as from the of Enrol. '1 lu- - low-pai- d 11 111 frev-lrml- c one-thir- d 11 rail-wci- 11 1 1 1111 11 11 dle-u- gic-a- e e 111 11 11 e labor-savin- g 11 1 11 lln-J- i frce-lrnil- e 111 wngc-caruin- 11 11 ' tr 11 tv & rt mil lly rcement. It woulel wuere Mr. Ilryan showetj that be 'on of Air. Purkcr does not know the historyof hlscoun onulidt party aud uy. uown to uy to satiily lus n circulation. IHJ", we. Imd lio cold n,1 o.. nun not lor tho -TK thlch ho wjioutes 1 I -- ,,. ror years," saya Cant. C. ... er.l li . .ll- -i , 2. .. ! - ".." " "" . ... rs-HK- r ." """ "pon 'r-'-:- AVer's Mu.11 . ' ' .!. 1' -.- ...-..-. ... ' for ovcrUioBTerIi,.TMV. " ".S"'."" in Bed Tsn'S,nn.T,.V.,---.- jr Tear ncro tho nmb, !...- - . trre0ni.,n,.ifl..i, ."t.T.Ts:..rr "."". We .?.ea "5V5?P't7 !"J"."V ." nUdidBotiounVIa,.7r.lV.rS?i Medicine, and flniiiV Jfl .iht toiSt unu mum concert every day. Snort games of all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with p!en- nuui-a "or-Sf- i mnnmiiPHiW'ir KWMltfcJ -- - - . Tnree days only. .. , ., ,, 11 i'i '. .1 r 1,7 jt jyi ,im BEYOND A DOUBT! -- Jl The Only One To Stand the Test. of Itev. William Copp, whoso father w.is physician for over fifty cnrs, in New Jersey, and who himself spent innny years preparing for tlio practice of medicine, but subsequently entered tho ministry of the M. Church, writes: "I am glad to testify Hint 1 have hud analyzed all the sarsnpnrllln preparations known In the 11 Fresh Cabbage at T. II. Black's. Awarded Highest Honors World'a Pair. 0"CTS3- - 'ttrtrr nj Don't forget the Fair next week, T. H. Black wants our butter and effBB. The biggest and best selected line Dry' Goods, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies and gents furnishings, Clothing &c., to be found in Ohio county arc now arriving at Vt. sure to attend the Fair the 3 last days. Don't forget to attend the 3 first days of the Fair. Be 1 mis CREAM YEARS THB STANDARD. FALL STOOK OJF -- Theso goods were bought strictly for CASH and at prices that insure us keep- Fair Bros. & Go's trade, hut Gold, silver or greenbacks go with Fair Bros. & Co. Bring yonr boys and girls to the Fair next week. Monday Fair Bros. & Co. will open their millinery. Come and see them. Hon. N. T. Howardwill speak at Beaver Dam Everybody BAKING AYER'S pis tho only ono of POWER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre from Ammonia, Alum or any other aduIUrint. Coa,plete Xi3,e fToreign WE HAVE A FULL AND them that I could recommend as n o 40 M ing ahoad of competition. Farmers having large families to supply are urged to No hard times come and got our prices. when you can buy 10yds of good calico for 45c; 20 yds heavy domestic lor 81; 20 yds 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 ior nice ginghams; $1 for men fine shoes; $1 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. These prices are only a few of the bargains we have for you. We will greatly appreciate a visit from you. given nwny hundreds of bottles of It, as I consider It the safest as well as tho best to be had." Wm. Coit, Pastor M. E. Church, Jackson.Mlnn. invited. Novelties in children head wear will be opened at Fair Bros. & Co's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G.Hardwick have returned from a visit to relatives at AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla When In doubt, nsk for Ayor'e Pllle The Fair. The Fair next week. Come to the Fair next week. Visit Fair Bros. & Co. Monday. Fresh Oysters at T. H. Black.a. You'll always regret it if you miss the Fair next week. Mrs. Mottle Barrett returned from Louisville Wednesday. THB 0K1T WORLD'S 7AIR Oirensboto. Prettiest line ol millinery in Hartford will be opened at Fair Bros. & Co'a Monday. Next week bring your sweetheart or somebody else's sweetheart and come to the Pair. We have a fine line of teachers' grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. Send in your orders. Marriage license: Jno. R. Baize to Sarah R. Daughtery, Joseph R. Faught to Ivy Martin. Our Job Department Is always ready to do your job work for you at the lowest cash figures. WE BUY AND SELL For cash, therefore can afford to give you more for one dollar than those who buy Mr and sell on a credit Hartford ZETa-ir- r emple of fashion. Bros- race next week. z Co. :E:ro;E:iM.eto:E,i3, ; ITS'. !3 ' ' The Fair only lasts 3 days. Save your laundry for Lyman WillNew rail dress goods 3 iams. Co's. Mr.Jno. B. Wilson has returned 'Sec Field & Holbrook's new bugfrom a Southern tour. gies. Remember BuIHngton when you Uayyoni niachlneneedlw.oll, &c, want a good shave or hair cur. of Gross Williams Come in and tee our big new stock. Remember Bulllngtou, the barber, Cablon & Co daring Pair week. Rev. Jo B. Rogers preached at the .Don't lail to see our new neckwc--r. Taylor schoolliouie last Wedne&day Carson & Co. y " ' Br. Eugene Miller, Oweusboro, night. Ask to see the wraps lor infants, was in town Sunday. from age 3 months to J j ears. V. U. Felix returned Hippodrome H at Carson & -- lr. Louisville Wednesday. " Carson & Co. Bxdting Hippodrome races next Don't miss them. Bulllngton is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo. t'Wehnve triniiniuga ol every de. Cabson & Co. scrlption. lamlly to see the excitPrint your ing Hippodrome races next week. week. Mrs. S C. Walker and children, Hardlnsburg, are the guests ol the family of Mr. B B Allen. r have ' New clothing, new hats, new dress winter goods, everything nccea.irilly s general store. goods, new everything, that you kept in a Sc Co'b. Carson & Co. might want at Carson Field & Holbrook sell their new Silk velvet black, blue, green, brown and cardinal 75 cents per Buggies at such astonishingly low prices that everybody owning a horse Carson & Co. yard. s one. can afford to When you come to the Fair go Ira mediately to the Hartford House and you will be taken care of while here. first-claspot-aes- All wool serge, 50 inches wide-b- lue and black 50 cents at Carson & Remember we take in old Sewing Go's. on our New Machines as part Singers. Gross Williams Agent. Field & Holbrook are selling Bug glos, harness, Mooro's lapdusters and Clubs of Ohio The Republican whips. county are requested to lurnlsh the proceedings of their meetings to Tub ilr. J. B Pirtle and wife, of have been ths guests of Dr.and Republican. Mrs. J. R. Pirtle this week. We a complets line of fall and Our capes and cloaks will be in, in ten days, ask to see them. Carsom & Co. We hnve a lovely bilk velvet at 75 cents all the colors bluck, blue, cardinal brown and green at Carson & Co's. py Ver-sale- s, Always busy giving our trade bargains at Fair Bras'. & Co's. The Fair next week will be far need ot grade ahead ol all Fairs of former years; and Teachers, when in you cannot afford to miss it. crads will please give us a call. If you want to hear the truth about Remember when in ueed of grade politics attend the Lewis speaking at cards we can lurnish them, cheap. the Court House Born to the wife ot Mr. D. U Bald-wiNever In the history of the dry night, Beaver Dam, last Friday goods business was goods so cheap as a boy. they are at Fair Bros. & Co's. Rev J. S. Chandler left Monoay Field & Holbrook handle the most for Hopkinsville to attend the annual serviceable Buggies ever sold in Ohio Conference. couaty. Call and examine them. Miss Etta Thomas left Tuesday tor Teachers who want to grade their Louisville to attend King's Commercial Collet c. school should call at Tns Rkpodlic-a- n office and get some grade cards. Remember, Hon. Jno. W. Lewis will speak attheCmrt House Be sure to attend the speaking at t p. in. Saturday and bring enough money . Give us a call when you want let- with you to pay your subscription terheads, envelopes, &c. SatisfacThos. II. Black has received a fine, tion guaranteed. new line of glassware and queens-war- e. Prices are right and goods are Dr. C II. Guuiaer, of Evansville. In THE the best. whose ''ad" appears regularly r Prol. Sam P. Render has returned Republican, has returned lroui his to his home in Texas, niter spending summer vacation. several weeks visiting his parents at All of our new goods will be open Come this place. by Monday, September 14. and see our stock. Field & Holbrook buy their bugCarson & Co. gies by the car load direct from the Hence Hon. J. S. R Wedding will address manufactory paying cash. the Beda Republican club at Beda the low prices. Saturday night. October 3. EveryMiss Maimre Ross will leave in a body invited to be press tit. lew weeks for Cincinnati, where she We have just received a lot of new will take accurse in instrumental lace curtains and dress trimming, kid music this winter. gloves Ac. Ask to see them. There will be a meeting of cheOhio Carson & Co. County Executive Committee at morning at 10 Hartlord College opened Wtdncs-da- y Harttord Let every member be with Rev. I P. Hicks as princi- o'clock a. tn. present. pal. The school opens with favorable prospects fur "a good school. Miss Lucy King fell one day last W. Lewis will week and broke her left wrist. She Congressman Jno was nt Calhoon visiting relatives. speak at the Court House will be sorry p. m. Come out, and hejr au Her many friends here at one to learn of the sad accident and wish able discussion ol the political issues. for her a speedy recovery. Miss Martha Ann Ralph died at the There will be a grand Republican home ol her father, near Magan, last Thursday night aud was buried in rally at Hartford on October 9th. the lauiily buryinggrounds Saturday. Gov. W. O. Bradley and Hon. F. H. There will Roberts will be present. Mr. Chilton Hunley died at his be excursion rates on the railroads home near Beaver Dam last Saturday and a general rally. Everybody inof typhoid fever and was buried at vited to be present, Hopewell Sunday. He leave a wite Hon Jno. W. Lewis will speak at and three children. Fords vllle this evening at I o'clock Dr, E. P. Bender, thel'ululess Den- p m , and at Sulphur Springs totist, offers modern Dentistry at city night at 7 o'clock, and at Hartlord toprices. Give him a call; at the Hurt-for- d morrow at 1 p, tn., and McIIenry at House Monday, Sept. aS, renight. He will speak at Bell's Run maining one week. next Monday at 1 o'clock, and TuesMrs. E B. Allen happened to quite day at Centertown at r o'clock, and a painful accident Wednesday, by let- at Rockport Wednesday at 10 o'clock ting a window fall upon her hand. a. m., and at Roslne at 2 p m. EvShe has been suffering greatly since erybody should go out and hear him. the accident, but is getting along as well as could be expected. 3. 1, 2 The excellent race track at the i Fair Grounds has been put In good KriMIt condition and the a tills are filling up Bird and Shepherd dog, One mixed with fast race horses, so if you attend white about eyes and neck, about 7 you are certain to be well months old, goes byname of "Ring," the Fair Last Sunday's Courier Journal contained the announcement of the approaching marriage of one of Hartford's fairest and most popular daughters, Miss Issabelle McIIenry, to Mr Horace W. Rolph, o( Louisville. The Courier Journal says: At the lesldencc of Mrs. Henry D. McHenry, Hartford, Ky., on the 14th of next month, the wedding of her only daughter, Miss Issabelle Howe, to Mr. Horace W. Rolph, of this city, will take place. The bride, Miss McIIenry, has long been known and admired by many throughout the State and this city. She has for many years been a welcome visitor in many of our prominent families here, and is highly and deservedly esteemed. She comes from one of the oldest and most prominant tamilies in our State. Her father, the late Henry D. McIIenry, had a national reputation, was a Representative in Congress from the old Second district in Kentucky for many years, and was for over thirty years a representative for Kentucky on the Democratic National Committe. He was a member of the .Constitutional Convention, and occupied many positions oi trust and responsibility; he was a gentleman in the fullest sense of the word, a true Kentuckian and a man respected and admired by all. Her mother was Miss Jennie Taylor, daughter of Ithe Rev. James Taylor, of Hardlnsburg. She was a contributor to the secular and religious press for many years under the non de plume oi "Rosine" and to day is recognized as the leader in Christian and benevolent work in Hartford and Ohio county. The groom is the only son of Mr. aud Mrs. W. T. Rolph, of this city. He was reared and educated here in the Male High School, and graduated in 1887. Shortly alter that he entered business life, and some four years ago became partner with Mr. P. II. Clarke here, and is now the "company" oi the firm, P.H. Clarke & Co., financial agents, etc. He is a man oi fine business sense, and he is regarded on Main street as a successful, capable and energetic young business man. Owing to a recent bereavement in the family of the bride there will be no Invitations to the wedding, which will be private, attended by the relatives of the two families only. After the wedding announcement cards will be sent to the numerous friends of the bride and groom. The young couple, after an Eastern trip, will reside at 814 Fourth street, this city. Insist on having just what you call for when you go to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla, theOne True Blood Pur ifier and nerve tonic. In Jlcll.nr'fi Wedding. and Ameriean DRESS GOODS A complete assortment of Wash Fabrics, Everything that you might call ior in DRESS TRIMMINGS. A beautiful line of Velvets that can't he surpassed. ALSO A BIG STOCK OF s PRINTS AND PERGALSii first-cla- ss BEST- - In fact everything kept in a general store. -- THE BIGGEST AND STOCK of CLOTHING In the County. flJgGive us call and be convinced.-- 5 CARSON OPEN CO. LETTER To The People! A dozen years of Business Experience we trust, has made a favorable and lasting impressing upon the minds of the people, in regard to our business methods and troubles for a few days and come to the great Ohio County Fair next week. AHug-jnllo-- Forgetyour toils and . An idea has been suggested to us to which we have given much thought since Dr Coleman's magnif pleased. The Hartford House invites you to come and get your dinner when In town. You will get he very best tht market affords Your Judge Morton rrcelvel n letter yesterday saying that the fence fir the Court House yard had been shipped and work would begin re.xt Mjuday putting it up. This will lie a great ornament to Ohio county when c This has been an unustutly good croi) year aud the firmer are feeling jubilant ovet their gool crops aud will want to spend a tew pleasant days in recreation aud ol they will all ntttend the Fair next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, The following named persons have paid their subscription to Tub Republican since our last Ifsue: W. B. DeHaven, Tho. H. Black's grocery store Is n" Cough, a dog's bark, is a sign that there it something foreign around which shouldn't be there. You can quiet the noise, but the danger may be there SCOTT'S Just the same. OH EMULSION ol la not a cough specific) It does not merely allay the symptoms but It does give such strength to the body that It k able to throw off the disease. You know the old proverb of "the ounce of prevention?" Don't neglect your cough. A book which will teU you more on the subject sent free on relike Cod-liver $ '1 V chock full of the very best and Give him a call when in town next Mond.y, s. (The Hartford House is well prepared tq entertain guests during the Pair week and if you want treatment go there. first-class "' JVhy be hoodwinked into buying a Cheap John Sewing Machine, when un can buv the best on earth (Since er) by paying 5 00 dowu and fj.oo .. .ii. ? n i. ueruemucr 1111 every F. M. Westeifield.Hnit-ford- ; I paia. ruoniu there la only one agent in Ohio ty and that is Gross Wlllhuns, Ky. 1 counHart-lord- u Frank Mlllhoase, Sumncr.Ncb.; F. M. Petty, Lewlsport; Rev. R, Romaus, Horton; W, L. Brown, Rochester; Jake Shaver, Beda;Jas. A McIIenry. Mrs. W. G, Tilford died at her home In Cromwell, Tuesday and was burled at Green River Wednesday evening, Rev, G. J Bean conducted funeral services. She was a devout christian woman, a loving wife, a kind and adectionate mother, and a faithful friend. She leaves a buv band and several children to moura her untimely taking away. m Dr. Bender comes to us highly recommended as a Painless Dentist and a thorough workman In all the branches o his profession. He extracts, crowns and fills teeth without pain and makes the proposition If you are not satisfied lie will make no charge, At Hartford House Monday, Sept, -- 3, remaining one week. quest. Your iragef eta. and $1.00 Cad-ttv- cr -t SCOTT a BOWNE, VtwYock.' U. fcsrf SceH' Etout-ila- q OU. Put of la M icent work in the organization of the Third Church. It is this: That since he is so well fitted for general denominational work, that the churches take him up, as their "man oi all work," and use him as a public denominational servant, In organising and dedicating churches, ordaining preachers, preaching denominational sermons, helping weak churche. and pastors, etc. What do the brethren think about M There is a sufficient amount ot work ol this kind to keep him busy all the time, and he could be well supported If the brethicn would take a cash collection at each of these gatheriugs to remunerate him for his services. In this connection It would be a strajed oil on September 4th. He guod idea for him to have a book glass eye and one black eye. and has one tract depository, and go among j Finder will be reasonably rewarded the churches stirring the people up returning blm to me. by to the importance of reading religJaubs A. Thomas, ious aud denominational books and Hartford, Ky. papers. Grand crowds could be gathered at any point when he would be A VoiulBK WeddlDf, Oweusboro An announcementof unusual inter- announced to preach est to the people of Hartford appeared Watchman. Miss Sue in the Sunday Messenger. Ayer's Sarpaparilta is not a secret McIIenry has frequently visited her preparation. ' Any physician may relatives nt this place. The Messenhave the formula on application. ger says: The 6ecret of Its success as a medicine Society is astir over the approachlies in its extraordinary power to ing nuptials oi two of Owensboro'a cleanse the blood of impurities and most popular young people, the concure the most deepscated cases of summation o( which will serve to blood'dlsease. closer unite two' prominent families. It is given out that in the libera Iorneh'a AuierlcujK 'rl. coming month, October the latter Albert Lynch, the famouSw rcuch month, perhaps, artist, is said to have given uTu new part of the the date not definitely fixed Dr. and distinctive type of "American Wilbur F. Stirman and Miss Susie girl" in a picture completed alter his McIIenry will be united in marriage. return Irom a recent extended visit It is to be a church wedding, the cer- to this country. His characterization emony being performed at the First of young American womanhood is exBaptist Church. The bridesmaids are ceedingly Interesting and attractive to be Miss Rhoads, of Indianapolis, the conception ol a critical student, Miss Sweetie, ol Louisville, Miss and the creation of a skilled painter. Kvaly Craig, of Georgetown, and Mr, Lynch was commissioned bylj Misses Margaret Tompkins, Tina The Ladies' Home Journal to portray Luckett, Rida Watkins and Sue the 'American girl" as lie saw her, Mr. C. W Slaughter, of this city. Willholte will octos best man. the and his picture will be reproduced in the October number of that magazine. other groomsmen not yet selected. liemember the date and 1 1 character. We are not "adventurers" we are one of the people, engaged as we feel, in a business as necessary to the general interest as any, and we are here to stay if we can make a living. In the past we have built up a trade with people all ovre this Green River Country, by open, straight-forwar- d methods. We have never to meet competition of any and all failed kinds of a legitimate character and we propose in the future to let no man or woman lose money by trading with us. All we ask is at extension of the confidence hitherto reposed in us, and a visit to our store. Come and see for yourself. On Saturday 19th, icst., we will have open our new Lines of Dress goods, Linings, Notions, etc., just selected by our lady salesman in the markets of two Cities. These are and up to city style. We invite an early call. Wo have not time now to mention our General Line which is full up with all former years, and ahead in some respects. TAKE NOTICE:-Weh- ave not advertised something we know nothing about. That is, we have made no comparison with other merchant's stock and price, because we don't know of their business, but we guarantee all we have said relativo to our own. Terms, Cash and good country up-to-date 1 pro-duc- 6. "Come to see us. HOCKER SuVacrlptiona $i.S per annum in advance. notices Joe per line first in sertion and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls ou candidates and political CO, Mr. W. B. DeHaven has located In Hartlord and Is prepared to do all kinds oi stone mason worfc. He is s a workman and guarantees satisfaction. His work on the Court House fence has been highly com.' taeudable of his skill In the art of cutting stone. He will highly ap83 t preciate your patronage. first-clas. RatosaudTorms. Ixl matter 10c per line. Pew pleasures exceed that of bug- gy riding, Uuy one oi Field & Holbrook's elegant Duggles and enjoy lite. Read Carson & Co's ail," J?frlWq8W8t&&$. Hartford Republican Futruv, SRPrKMDRRas, Gor.oral Diroclory. PAINLESS DENTISTRY No Gas"""" 1896, tTtto Cocalno Ho More fTear of the Rental hair. TEETH EXTliAUIED FKEI3 OF CHARGE AND WITHOUT PAIN BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 AND 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DR. mm j The Famous Surgeon Of National Reputation, formerly President oftboXoi lumliua Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, III., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will boat tho Hartford House, Monday, September 28tb, remaining until Saturday, tober 3, inclusive. Oc- DR. BENDER has been connected with sonieotlho largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in this country, Ho is prepared to aud has no superior in his profession. extract, crown and fill teeth without pain, and without the uso of gas, cocaine, odontunder, chloroform, ether, agents, but by a methelectricity, or any Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, od invented by who is tho easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in by tho dental the United States to day so acknowledged When he causes pain in operation profession at large. sleep-produc- ing ao.ooojlnjorlty lor McKinley. I.OU1SVIM.K, Sept. 14. I have concluded to write you a few lines id rcgatd to the outlook here in politics. I attended the notification nf Palmer and Buckucr Saturday night aud can npsure jour readers that the souud money nun of Ken tucky ate in earnest and as the call it a McKinley Aid Society which is true to a great extent, for n great number of them arc going to vote for McKinley. They rtnson this way: That they cannot afloid to risk a vote for Palmer and lluckncr and run the chances of Bryan being elected, therefore tbey will vote I sat among straight lor McKinley. a number cf that class of men Sutur- - ' night nnd had n dozen tell me that they had been Democrats all their lives, but would now ,otc for McKinley. You can hear this talked all oer the City. Now, ns to n talk I had in 18S8 with n gentleman at Cnucyville whosild that Harrison would be elected nnd in 1S92 the Democrats would sweep the country clean, but in iS96theDcmmies would go to pieces of their own weight; that they would unite witli the Pops, An-- , archist, socialist and nil other isms, which would form a dead weight atound the necks ot Democrats and they would never be heard of again. I think it was true. Ycu may expect the sound money Democrats to poll 50,000 votes in Kentucky aud give the State to McKinley by 20,000 man jority. It now looks like the Hon. Jno. W. Lewis will have a walk-ovI will be down and vote for himand McKinley. He has done more for theDistrlct than any man we have ever had in er. statk ornciAt.9 Governor William O. Itmilloy Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iiigtiiHccrotnryofStnto Charles Finley. Attornov General W. 8. Ta) lor. Auditor -- Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Guo. '. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture. Ilor ticulturo Statistics Lucas and Moore. Pi. mfwiiinmm ti nitmtt n iimi 'i '" urn mnn'i'w iiwii ttWjsj SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE MvmM I Miiil'ii!:ifliiiliiiliiMiiiiiiTii;:iiffli;llilMii'iDi.iiiihlr. Suporintcndcnt Public M. Davison. Register Land Reynold. Office lustructiou-Ge- o. Chas. O. AVcfit lablcPrcparafion for As sitrrilatlng ihcToodamntctf -- 9 SIGNATURE Hlpans Tabules. Itlpans Tabuloa cure nausea. Illpans Tabuloni at druggists. Rtpins Tabules cure tllMlness. Hlpans Tabuloa cure hcadacho. Itlpans Tabules euro flatulence. Hlpans Tabules euro dyspepsia. Itlpans Tabules assist dlK'oitlon. Itlpans Tabules euro bait breath. Itlpans Tabules euro blllflusncsr Itlpans Tabules) one gives relief. Illp-tnTubules euro Indigestion. Illpans Tabules euro torpid liver. Itlpans Tabulesi gentlo cathartic. Ittpana Tubules euro constipation. Illpans Tnbulcs for sour stomach. Itlpans Tabules pleasant laxative. Hlpiius Tabules cure liver troubles. s op as I . Insuranco Bureau Commissioncr-- D. W. Corningoro. Adjutant General 1). R. Collier. Stato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. 1U II.UO A I) COMMISSIONERS. H M H H H B aal' PromolcsI)icslion.CIrfuJ-TxssnrKlRcst.Contal- neither OpTuuT.Morphinc NOT-NAlt- norlSncrol. Uoi IS ON THE C. Wood, chnirmnn: J. F. Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary-d- ay Samuel F, Brown. Jno OTIC. a tovmtfaja-swaznizs- CONOltES-IOSA- U WRAPPER OF EYEBY caarft. Oar l MeBiaari flta. OuKOrricciaOrreaiTtU.B.PATiNTOrriai aad w can tecur rat.ntla baa tiaaa tnaa uhm remote from Washfoitoa. ccod rnoatk oraviaf or paoio. inta otaent. tton. a advlic. or not. fraa ml 1C tat tnulntu Canata, and TmJa-Mat- conducted lor obulnad (ad alt Fat- - Senators Hon. William C. Liud say, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE U C1ISI.ATUIIB. ftku Hat free. tcurd. fMLtT, " How to Obtal FaiMts," vka tSa U. 3. a&J lontft toaatfiat Address, aot duo UU oat.aiabla pataat Is Pndl& l.ft- - O.A.SNOW&CO. Vfal&- At)crfcctncrncdy forCDnslIpa-tior- t, Sour Slomach.Diarrlioca, Worms .Convulsions.rcvcrish-ac3- 3 BOTTIiE OF Sleep. Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Baruett. OHIO COUNTY. cmcuiT COUKT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. end Loss or CASTORIA loUlta only, It OutcHa li pit tp la oM-ttsold la Inli. IWt allow anjons to nil ! ea tU jlfa or jromlio tUt It Ton asTtUiig II "Jtit i good" ad "will auM OTtrj - Bto that jot 1st t0- . J?. emit liti . Bn 0VEB facsimile Signature of Owens 1STEW -- Hon. Owensboro. J. Edin Rowo, Attorney YOniC. BVtiJLIjiuilTnuiEXiXUHsaH li act T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. G. B. Likens,. Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, TrusteoJury Funtl Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kcown Hartford Joo Roberts, Fordsvilio; Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. jn exAcr copror wnAPpnn. tt sfir (Lz&yj&c&uiU Ttl I H. " ., j7x Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues threo weeks, and third Monday in May and A cold in the head is one of the November two weeks. most distressing and dicomforting of COUNTY COURT. If maladies. It causes loss of sleep John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. neglected it terminates in that most D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. obnoxious of all diseases catarrh of E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. the head or throat. Dr Bell's Pine Court convenes first Monday in Tar Honey is a prompt and nter each month. failing cure. COURT. CjUARTEni.Y Up to date druggists sell it. For Begins on the third Monday in sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. January, April, July and October. Congress. D. F. T. RALLY RQUfD THE FLAG njtsflBHsk. FOR WnHHKiad J SOUND MONEY. CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE COots. I8JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. OKOVIIH TA8TKLKK8 CI 1 IO. TONIC arvl karo touaht thrsa grou airasdr tals rear, la all oar aa peneoca ot Is years. In tae Cnt basUMM. fcirs titter suld an antela that gs.a snoa oaiTsrsat SMas. tours mil r. taoUoo as Tunr Took, TASTELESS mPSEJ ?. Kafronal Honor, piome Prosperity. A A A OitSTis, Ills., Mot, IS, UM. ttt rarts Uadlslna Co.. coldLoon, Mo. CB0 bMtloa ot Ust Taar, O.nU.uxni wo makes no charges. TEETH $5. BESTTBETHS8. Fillings with all kinds of Materials and without Udak An Irion Who raneimpM tome Convenes llUlltUU Ideestnil IUUU lalnff la wealth. ntnt and Tuesday first Monday in January, they tnar brlna you Protect your after the fourth Monday Write JOHN WKUDEHBUKN - Patent Attor. nsrs. WaahUuton, D. c, for tbelr $1 KD prise offer in October. InTentlons and list ot Iwo CO- Ufantprl COURT OP CLAIMS. hundred - wanted. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. pain at roasonablo cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of theso aches and pains one must commence at the origin, which nre the teeth and gums, which is only cured by tho skillful treatment of a dentist. Those who nre of a nervous and delicate condition can come and have teeth extracted und filled and feel as calm as if they had no work performed. DR. BENDER guarantees all work and does ns ho advertises. Come early and avoid the rush, as his rooms are Office hours 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day. always crowded. Consultation Free hours, 8:30 to 9:30 o'clock each day. free. XMF&.. 353- - IE3- - 33EST0"XE!3Et, Louisville, Kentucky, "s2a'sniriaj" SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY QOIMQ TO 1HK These gentlemen at Chicago claim that they were regular. Benedict Arnold was regular in his proceeding. He was regularly commissioned by his government; lie wore its uniform; he was regularly af signed by Washington to the command at West Point and the island; he issued regularly his orders through the chosen Stan officers to his ttoops, distributing them broadcast, in order tint the enemy might come in and massacre all of them. All that proceeding was tegular. But when he was detected; when his rank treason was discovered, Washington and his associates refused to follow such regular proceedings. And yet. according to the theory of our friends at Chicago, Washington and the patriots of the Revolution were bolters of theregular proceeding; and in the same sense arc we bolters, refusing to follow the leaders of tieachcry, adhering as of old to the true piinciples and standard of DemSimon Bolivar ocracy. Speech of Acceptance. Buckuer, G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. H read ffBBT THE LEADING NATIONAL REPUBLICAN lElil, YORK WEEKLY 1 1. 1 11 aar,Caaj aO. For rale by Williams & Dell. RIDUOID ETA-TFOL- Bowling March 21, June 20, September 19, December 1.9 BuFOitn. Ben F. Graves March 2G, June 25, September 24, December 24. Hartford. A S, Anil March 5, June 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward Rosine. C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, December 11. Barrett's Ferry, Fordsville. J. A. MOWSPAPER, Will nioLo a viporous aud rtltntlcM fipht ihrnuph tho Presidential DR. SNYDER. campaign, for principles which ill bring prosperity to tho entire country. Its campaign news and discussions will interest and should be We furnish THE REPUBLICAN TRIBUNE, both papers by every American citizen. i SbMl(ruur(lTtn)uetu(n)cnuf.oMc I tvniU wmI bttaauiv rvtnrUiiaa. ptoft mod ctrtj U4i tivWne IU IbouMod nm. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL emSdrGilaVilr. Tor pAnlmwi kV.it. win. ua9. tJrin? rbrtiH in r 1 I of oo mrnltk t ft hirr trvfttnutnlh i ilPMlfcfV molBtoMthfl rn U T7 rfu ftWSSSiataSSSat 55 and NEW ABULES V4 KsM-m nuieiai, ONE YEAR RCOULATE THK STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BL00. S1PXXS TABDLZS tie e kaewa f.r Iadlcelev, Address all orders to the HALITFOIID REPUBLICAN, NKW YORK WRIJKLY 1 ItlBUNC Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, December 5. n(a- nun Cromwklu Jont B. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample cony olTHK ill be mailctl to you. OABTORZJa.. ZdUUi fifraas TstmUs eootsla aosaiac UisriMS aa thSMort d.hMleonrtHsUoa- - areitMMasSa tsSs. mIs. effMSosJ, aaa ales trasWai.u rsuifV ITIos-- W M ORUrad M.U sirMl. UiraattiasarcMdnnlK.cr kriaau. SaisMt tUI. 10 cents Adait THC RIPANS CHEMICAL COM is antecs nirr roar rrrr. s atr 4 aU DlM.t.rr, OaHasIra llrMta, t Us ihmsiI, User as4 Bsvala, 14.seTr.vslM, D1sUm Bs40w.sJaMV itsiit. aoeyaoasa SlfUtUt itsry wntpat. tin LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Ave. Theater Halloing, on 4th bet. Greta & Walnt Tills If the place irncre joa can hare your deatal work done better and for lesa mone than la nuj otuer outi in me aouin. urery operator in lais omce ta an eaperi irraaaaie or not less man Gve rears experience, (remember no students) capable and wllllar to jriTe 70a any adTlce pertain! 17 to either jour nMnral or artificial teeth. We makeeverj branch of eViUstr? a specialty, to fit and affalaat breakiira for fire years. A written B uarantee glren with erery Mt. Gold fillings $1 00 and up; Pare Surer fillings, 75c: all ntlter pU.tlc fllllsvs, 50c. Onr crown and bridge work, or teeth without platea are at firm, Uet sst of teeth on rubber, K CO, guaranteed NOTICES OUR PRICES. kticrir and neMlcrable as yonr natural teeth, and at prices lower than the lowest. Vrcan extract yonr teeth and put tu now ouea him day. Teeth extracted, 2Sc . and absolutely uituont pain. Yon can make appoiatCLnta by mall. All comulatloa dee. A lady attendance, at Neglected coughs and colds are danderous A summer cold permitted to run into winter frequently means Release is at haud fur all sufferers pneumonia. A winter couph and co'd from coughs and colds or diseases of neglected leads to consumption. Dr. the threat, bronchial tubes or nasal Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure a cavities who will resort to the right winter cold or summer cold orn cough remedy. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey of any kind every time. It is harmcures all disorders aud sickness ot less. All pood druggists sell it this kind. Thousands have testified For sale by 7. Wane Griffin & Dro. to this fact It is made oftitnple and Dental Co., Louisville harmless ingredieute of pine tar and Ohio (Joaniy fTair WITH BAGES. s- THB QUICKEST UNE BSTWIIN Mti .b. rOUISVILLE - JllElTIPMIl AMD THE EAST. Direct Canoactlaiu Po CIMCIKHATI LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, 1r the Avenuo Tfientrr Building, 4th St., bet. flrcen and Vclnut. good." Take no substitute from any druggist. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. combined. scientifically It never fails. There is nothing "just as honey Dtract Connections tor all Points In-- Mississippi, Loulslirm, Texas, OkUboma, ami California. ArkauuM, Mexico, slc mmm& THAT WE CAN SELL YOU air rAumo tmnin tub wibsC FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS.. PUUMtM BUfTtT MORE HARDWARE FOR $1.00 THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY Michigan Steel Ranges lead nil for beauty, Durability; good Cookers. Best Bakers, use little luel Jewell Cook Stoves lead all others. Prices to suit the TIMES Heating Stoves of nil Kinds. Riling and Fencing Wire; Iron and Steel Roofing; also see our New Rock Asphalt Roofing; needs no painting for TEN years. Examine It or write to us lor particulars. Agents for ORANGE" powder and amunition. Oet i, 2 OWENSBORO, KY. X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1890. I'or I'rralclriit. WILLIAM McKINLEY, olOhio. I'or Vice Frritiilriit. GARRETT A. HOB ART, of New Jersey. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky, ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Largo O. S. Deniing, Mt. OH-ve- SUPRf S.O, HATCH, Cea'l Pass KY & 3, 1896), Write for Information lothenrare efeiteJ the Cksaapsaks, Okie A Soutkwssteca 8. R. JOHN ECHOlt, Coo'l Msrjr. LOUISVILLE. As. j4 W.M.St. morlcan Stoam Laundr m HillcSsiSteitler, l'lllillo hfiililiir. Hon. J. S. R. Wedding, Elector for the 4th Congressional Disttict on the Republican ticket, has made out the following list of appointments to speak in the District: 2S. Sept. Hodgensville, Horse Cave, Sept. 29, Mumfordsville, Sept. 30, Greensburg, Oct 6. Campbellsville, Oct. 7. Lebanon, Oct. 8 Shepherdsvllle, Oct. 9. Bardstown, Oct. 10. Leitchfield, Oct. 13. Fordsvllle, Oct. 14. Hardlnsburg, Oct. 15. Brandenberg, Oct, if'. No. 1 1 1 flain St., Ovvensboro.Kv. Ham Miller, bearded seed wheat for sale 140 'bushels. Clean High Bribe iVSe Gold Crowns , $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent ly located and woman ia (lit T7ale4 StsUs Intsroilod In tba Opium and Wblik habits lo haro 00a (if cdt booki oo thiit dia. am. Addron It. M. Woollor. Atlanta, Ga., itox HI, auU obo will t Mat joo The Ohio County Fair Company has made extensive preparations for the immense crowds this fall and added some largo and attractive premiums, which arc Thoyhave certain to attract the peop'e. gone to a big expense fixing tho grounds and race truck. PlUNCETOK, KT., Laundry Shipped on Monday, roturnod on Friday. IUrtfojid, Ky. Agt, finest work ol any laundry in Kentucky, The work is all guaranteed. Goods are not torn up, hut are returned in coot condition. Docs thi Clarence Casebier derail can. 8-- 3t I WAWr arry man HOTIOBb l'AITH- -f travel for responsible established house in Ken payable $15 lucky. Siltry 5780, weekly and expense!. Position perEnclosed manent. Reference 1 he stamped envelope National, Star Building, Chicago. SEVERAL WANTED or uouien to lor I (micro. tt. RUMIN& AND TROTTING. RACES Each day and big attractions in overy department. 1 J. R. P1RTLE t. Some l'rraoii wlio t'litt'l ilc Ha.ll, Aiss Any voter having moved into this county from another State wince last November election day is not entitled IPXANO to a vote Nov. 3rd 189G. Any voter that has moved into this llAltTr-OHIKlIXrUCKY. FALL term bourns August 31, 1800, county from another county in this at her homo fur tho reception of pa- State since the bccond day of May SpecUl 1896, is not entitled to a vote Nov. Thorough training. pula. attcnliou jrivon lo young pupils. 3rd 189 j Terms as usual. Your patronage soAny voter residing in this county 5 Out licited. who has changed his residence from one election precinct to another since Good Old Granny Metcalfe, 87 years living at 1005 South Fiftn street, Thursday Sept 3rd 1896, or who does old. Puducah, Ky., says that Dr Bell's so move before election day, Nov. 3rd Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, 1896 uill not be entitled to a vote on cough, lung and bronchial remedy slid election day. that has been offered to the public Election officers nnd all honest during her Hie. oters should see tint only legal sell it. For stle by Z Diuggists Wn ne Griffin & Dro. votes nre polled. VUrgarel mum Ma) field. Second District George H, Tow-er- v. of Dixon. F. Taylor, of Third District- -J. GIltKgOW. . At Largo 8, II. Knsh, Manchester. Firt District W. S. Mason, of of Fi.urth District Hartford. J. S. R. Wedding, rles Filth District-Chaof Louisville. d, Stiglitz, Sixth District D. B. Wallaco, of Warsaw, Sovcnth District John L. Bosley, Paris. Daniel Miles, Eighth Disfrlct-- N. of Nichnlaville. Nintli District -- Robert Buckloy, of Mt Olivet B, Mtrctim, of Tenth District-- J. of ackeon. Eleyontli District H, O. Trimblo, of Someroot. Agents wanted to THE RATIO sell the latest Presidential novelty In every locality, liasysalennd large profits. A child can handle it aud A large number RING HORSES will bo on hai d in abundance. rnakeniouey. Send 10 cents for specTho premium list is above tho average and all nre iiowoii tliogimind. imen, a few da) s stockmen eh uld take nilvantago of 1'. Comn out and CHKRRV&WianuiW.NashvilleTenn. seeing the bights aud get a little recreation from the toils aud trouble of eveawnre ol Oiulmriil lor Ottiirrli tlmt er; day life. Coiiiulu Mercury THE FLORAL HALL DISPLAY will be. the best in the history of as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell nndcoutpletelyderange the Fair, Goods are now being rcceKwl for adiitUsion. Get your work ready. the whole system 'when entering it THE PROSPECTS ore bettor fornFajr this year than they have , throushthe mucous surfaces. Such ever been. Crops are about all iu and the fanners will be ready to come articles should never be used except Everybody canaflbrtl to spend the small sum of on prescriptions from reputable phy j nnd bring their futility, sicians, as uieuauiagQ mey win uo is 25 cents to tot the groat attractions this year. ten fold to the good you can possibly DONT FORGET THE DATES, OCTOBER 1, 2 and 3. derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Bicycle Races, Horn Races, Mule Rucci aud )bo Human Race'will Cure, manufactured by P. I. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O , contains no mer- bo on baud overy doy. cury, and is taken internally, octlug NO intoxicating liquors, of any kind will be sold on tho grouud, and directly upon the bipod nnd mucous bq hetlcket. Coma out, everybody. surfaces of the system. In buying an old i asliiontd fair will '. T. L. GRIFFIN, Frcs't. W, G. HARDWICK, Seo'y. Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, N. B. For premium list or utlier Information apply to. Secretary. and made in Toledo,. Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free, Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle 7'4t Hall's I'amtly rills are the best. HARTFORD, KRHTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all klatla ,of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonaDie. uiuce OTtr wmusu v Bell's Drujr Store. I Vitalized air or laugh'nr air al- mlnlitered for psinlew kaobisa i tssth Why suffer with Coughs, Colds sad LaGrlppe when Laxatiym Baouo will cure yon In one day. 8UINIMU produce the rlncinj In Ut head like Sulphate of Quinine, up In tablets convenient for taklir. Guaranteed to cure, or money rejd-- . ed. Price, sj Cents. For salt by Williams 6c Bell, Hartford; I K. V. WIlllaras.Beaver Darn; ' . A, S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; I Brown & Chapman, Centertown; R, K. Her Co., Rockport. DENTIST Pt Take THE REPUBLICAN. "A, vs 4. RMMt '