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By M dolus yoa eta ho for tnfornutlo 8raa Acciomi 8ct The Haetdbj) Eepfblican. OFFICIAL SILVER OR GOLD. Better than cither fa a healthy liver. If tho liver is O. K. tho man ia O. K. Ilia blood ta kept pure, hia digestion perfect, and ho can enjoy lifo and act intelligently and patiently upon tlio questions of tho day. You all know what to tnko. You have known it for years. It ia Simmona Liver Regulator ow , 00 (of OEM OF THE PAEII IN TEE F0UET3 C0HBBCSS10KAL DISTRICT. 9 your own S KJtOlCAT, A teat.' KIAiUNATJOK HKQCUUU, VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1896. ' NO. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 10. fTor fearly- - 't -- FRED LONG. Highest of all in Leavening Power. EZ&JXJF - CETT-CrK-S- T Writes of Politics and the Benefits of Republican Rule. Paducah, Sept. a8. We arc in the midst of one of the greatest campaigns ever waged In this country. The people are again asked by one wing of the Democratic party to adopt a new financial policy, thereby changing every .business in. terest In this country. We are asked to do this merely upon the opinion of Mr. Bryan, that it will benefit us. Ilesava he believes It will helD us. but gives no proof.. un me ineory mat a Durnt. cnua is afraid of the fire, we may expect hfa opinion to be repudiated by a large majority in November. Pour veaig ago this same man told the people they were being imposed upon by the .Republican party, they were taxed too death; duties were imposed or the sole benefit of the manufacture and the laborer was not benefited thereby. Justgiveusachance and see what wonders we will do. We will reduce your taxes, Increase the price of farm products and manufactured goods will go down. We will tear down the wall between this country and the English manufacture and let him bring his millions of dollars worth of goods and wares made by labor costing f of what the American laborer gets and we will thus let him flood our markets in unrestricted competition with the American manufacture, who pays double the wages the Englishmen pays, thus will the unreasonable profits of the American manufacture be cuitailed and you will get your goods cheaper and everything will be lovely. The manufacture Isn't going to give up his manufacturing, yon will get the same old wages and we shall cut the profit into and you shall reap the benefits. Doesn't this sound well aud enticing? We tried It and don't wan't any pore theories. Mrange to say of this reasoning did. not reveal itself to the '- DELKERS CO VEHiCKLE 0 Baking Royal Powder ABfvOIJtmSI.Y PUBE TESTIMONY Effoot of tho Monotary SPIRIT OF REVOLUTION ABROAD. Th. (Maaiaal Lagto of tba ropall.t 1mI-tlo- a The following sentences nre quoted from a HtUc leaflet which bear no imprint showing ita origin, or who le responsible for It. It ia given away to aople on the afreet. "Why are democrats bo slow In Icffia- jallnff upon public question? Being nearer the moaaen, they have a more diversified interest to eerre. What is th coqbo of their failure as legislators? A lack of eourng of their convictions, trying to serve two masters. Why does copltal deelro servllo labor? That 0 political oligarchy, fostered by class legislation, may perpetuate their powor. What is the cause of the dtasenslona amontr the working men's organizations f Th Influence of the press. What I their object? Revenue only. Is there onv remedy for existing conditions? THEBE IB NO PEACEFUL ItEMEDY. The author of the nbove bellorce tho ery beat remedy that can bo eppllcd is for the worklngroen to Ignore tiw ballot, let the election go by default. LcttlenanuractureraaodUve manipulators of eleatlon returns do all the voting. And the old maxim that when thieves fall out honest men will get theix duea will be realized. Then fcerit will emerge from obscurity, and ino oowusivc political mountebank will be relegated to prlvote Ufa." We have printed In ropltols tho sen- tencc to whieh we desire to call the cpe-clattention of the public "There Is no peaoeful emedy., ThU is the beBef Of a largo numberot those who are pushing the. question" of ireo coinage of all-VrJbJ"Jbo front. Oov. Altimld. In hU pcbJ,bpenlng fM campaign in IlL'noIs pt alrard, AttfcT&tlJSfc sold that tho period of tho cryfl'jwar of 18l-- was n period of prosperity. Ho said that Insistence upon the gold atandard means the overthrow of republican institutions. The neceseary Inference is that it wonM be tustlfioble on the part of tie minority, who believe that the institutions of tho republic were in danger to resist their overthrow by force of arms, and tbemiggestlonwaa thrown out that civil ww Is not, after air, a great calamity, .since it nccensltatea the Issue of paper money, whleh means the Inflation Of tho currency, which means better price, for labor and for farm products. Thla ta the absurd and criminal log'o of the popultetlo position on flnanco. one-png- o al o WrFJj For yeara you and your fathers havo found it of Btorling worth. It 18 and alway8 has been put up only by J. H. Zoilin & Co. Take nono but tho genuine It haa tho Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper, and nothing cleo ia tho samo, and nothing so good. PRUFEtiSWNAL OARD. Jna.H.aienn, J.H.R. Wedding OF FIG0RE& Standard V; 0 -- m riaaae. on tho Farmora. 4 V ri p rKXSi -- I in v 8! ft if) n:' ti.. ..... Anr Candid Man Who Oonalilera tba TO1U Katllr Ma That Demon- etlutloa Ita Not Forced -. Powa Trlee. rt. 4 0 CO . loo DEer Cent, tlie XXxxasoxkOLeect- - average prices of farm crops by periods, from 18T3 to 1692 Inclusive. Tho Dispatch baa inodo similar for otlter period. But this exhibits tho actual course ot prices go clearly that It Is well worth while to repeat It-- Tho prices are gold values and are what the farmers of Indiana received for their productn, not those paid in tho central markets : 18T1-T1&7S-1M3-C1SRH-I- A very striking Illustration of tho truth wlUi regard to tho monetary standard and its eiTeot on farmers la afforded by a table prepared by Mr. L. U. Hwlft, of Indianapolis, giving the live-ye- ar LAWYERS, (Office, o GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah thocourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. w Anderion". 13tr.) CTam.es jt. jJT WRITE FOB CATALOQVEA .Vhftnf. nArtitl.. itSrffr'beil: Sold by authorized dealers or direct from i.l i one-hal- V -- VPS at ! THE9ED.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, ? Handerson,Ky OT TO CURB TuUBflHLT Tata. nrtlMI U8IKO IT. The tobacco habit grows on a roan ntil his nervoui system is seriously affected, impsring health, comfort and To quit suddenly ii too happiness. avert a ihock to the system, at tobacco to an inrettraia titer become a atimulant that hii system continually car lor the tocacoo habit, in all ita ferns, carefully compounded after tho 'loraiul of an oniment Berlin physician who ha used it in bis prirate prastica siuca 1872, without failure It U purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmbets. You cau uh all the tobacco you want while takiug Baco-Cur- o." The Daviess County FAIR IS AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS They aro slill in tlio lead in the Southwest dud will always be thero with theii crave. "Baco-Cur-o" iia scientific .V.. for 189&. OCTOBEIw StlhL, o" AND WILL COMMENCE- - a "are -- when to (top. X,arge and JCiberal Qash premiums guarantee to cure permanently any They pay the prico of a fino horso in single oaat.with three boxes, or refund the For all clasitce of Fine titoclt. premiums for best diaplays of Utility, Bndd'e aud Harness stock. oney with 10 per cnt, interest. "Baco Curo" is not a substitute, but a seU'ntifio cure, that cure with-a- t the aid of will power and with no Their halt mile track is improving every year aud bids fair this year to bo a The usual purses ill be given, there will be no en record breaker. inconvenience. It leave the system a par and 1 reo from n cotine as the Don't b afraid of trance fee, and everybody has the samo chauce. day you took your first how or smoke freczo outs, you have got a show every time, and if your bono istho and gained Cured By Baco-Cur- o fastest you get the purse and it cost you nothing to enter. Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, the originals ot which are on iia and upon, To soo the Races from the Grand Stand has been reduced to lOo, bo look out to Inspection, tba following is present you don't get left when tho rush comes, ed. Clayton.KevadaCo., Ark.,Jan. 2o,'05. HACL OISPLAY 5HG Veka Chemical A, Mfg Co., La Will bo up to tho usual standard, and will be as attraclivo as last year. Wis. Gentlemen: For forty Croat, The Poultry will bo firit.clasa. Tho premiums are good, and tho juau-'th- y yeafs I used tobacco, in all its forms. and quality of the exhibits are better every year. For tweotynvo year ot that time I was a grea( sufferer from general debility and heart disease, tor fifteen ytaral tried tojuit, but couldn't. I Aro aro good'.tuo people have been staying at home and want toek'various remedies, among others You needn't to be an outing; an look out for the best Fair for years. Tobacco "Theindian afraid to bring your boys and girls, uothing goes this year but Antidote. Double .Chlorideoi Gold." 'entertainments; no intoxicating liquors of any kind will be sold aud an eto.,butnone of (hem did me the REMEMBER THE least bit of good, 'Finally, however, old fashioned Fair is what will bo the ticket. I purchased & box' of your "Baco DATES: Cortland it has entirely cured me of all its formr, and I have the habit 6, T, lucre ased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all the numerous Exoursion Ratos by Rlvor and Railroad. achee. aid prins uf body and mind. I For Privileges apply toT. A. PEDLEY, M"gr., Owensboro. For Premium could write a quire of paper upon my List, orbther information, apply to the.Becretary. changed feelings and conditions. Toars respectfully, P. II. Maiuiory. JD3FI-- 0 PajteNO. P. Bhureh, Clayton, Ark. Soidiby all.drugjut at $1.00 por box; three boxes, (thirty dart' treat written mat)y$2.50 with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and preors. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. C.,La Crosse, Wis,, and Boston, It will notify yon We give a written American people. Thy did not see thatevcry dollar's- woith ot foreign goods sold here, represents about 75cts out of the earnings of American laborer's ' pocket, and into the foreign laborer's. They werc.led.to. --believewere impojing upon them, that the VIcKinlcy law worked only to benefit the manufacture and eventually so blinded by prejudice convinced wrong theories, overlhrowed the Republican party, only to find now that Democ- -f racy was utterally unable to redeem a single one ot its promises. The factories all over this country have closed or reduced the amount of labor employed, because they have been unable to find a market, for their produce at reasonable prices. The products of American labor and American shops have been replaced llajr, per on...C.O 1.4)4 S.11.0 9.61.0 Any candid man who conaldera theso figures will easily boo that demonetization has not forced down prices. All of tho products. Including wheat, were higher m tho five years. 1878-8than In tho preceding years when tho alleged deinonetitatlon commenced. Then tho immense developments of wheat territory, both In tills country and other parts of the world, brought wheoidown and other product) with It. Following thot, the prosperity in thla country 'permitting on immense homo consumption enabled all these products to rice again, and all oxoopt wheat to rise to ,more thon tlio average for 1873-This teBtlmony, too, can be repeated with regard to other great agricultural Btaplts. .rork was higher in 1893 than In 1673. On the farms, horses, swine, sheep and mutee were worth as much In 1690 and 1601 as m 1872-while cattle were worth a little' less. But In all theao CO years of the standard which Mr, Bryan is denouncing all over the country the crushing decline In agricultural prices bad not token place. Even the value ot the yield of wheat per acre in the United States was as great In 1691 as In 1873, and greater than In 1874 and 1875. 'ouuoe",por du u.y tro. per bu...t 62.8 fiVA Vfl M A M 70 A S: w.s 70.4 wt C7.8 u.t C8.6 ( JTTBiiY Aff Will practice his prof ession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given tcollections. Offico east side of putft square. - ITARTFORD, KY. M. L. Hkavrik. Shelby Tayior. ' Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Perry Westcrfleld, La-v- r Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adioininir counties. Also Notarv Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law,. ' Beaveh Dam, Ky. K. R. WEDDING 5HS pftiSS of aomissiok FOfiAt i'be Inspects fo? 4b fair "Ne-To-Ba- first-cla- is e., by European labor and European shops. The lesson has been a dear one and not to be forgotten so soon by the cry of free silver. Mr. McKinley very recently said: "I think it is better to open up our shops to labor than our mints to Rusia, Mexico, Japan and China." If the Democrats, were wrong in 189s, they may be wrong 1896 and the American farmer and laborer will in November return the government to that party under whose rules America prospered and grew as no country in the world ever did before; then the Republican idea of finance and economic will prevail. There will be a revival and rchabl-tatlo- OCTOBER 8,9 & 10, 1896. n I3:.,riBOI3C5,3Fsi:e1;. 0"7,2a.s"fc0'r,o, l5Ly ad of our industries; labor will again be employed and we shall be happy. The old colored man pnt it about right when he said when asked to vote for free silver: "Ob, no, boss I I will not vote for it, kase anything that am free am no account. Use to I would bring $1,000 now I won't bring nothing, too cheap," W. Pbrd Lons. Mats. Br 37 -- 0 mo. rooua AL $ Br UUe Pala Fill PAITH- -j or women to travel for responsible established bouse In Kentucky. "Salary J780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position pert manent. Reference. Unclosed WANTBT-SBVERed stamped envelope, The National, Star Iluildlng, Chicago. 5st. i, ' , RAYRR r.'WBST BOUND... Fast Malt .' . , . ". t I 7:i'6'. m , .. Accomrutdalloh ;' . , , '11:43 ' 3!3 P Way lefglj '. ft. AeeiariodMfa v. . k 8; 18 p.m., -- bam b. r- Vi. B. TIMH TABLK ) ' There are a great many of the unfortunate ones in this world, greater in number than those who are blessed taBBBBsiBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBnlD with good digestion. To some people the greatest misfortune is not to be oble o eat everything set before them. "I suffered for years with Dyspepsia, and everything I ate disTHAT TI1E agreed with me. I was Induced to try Simmons Liver Regulator and was cured. I now eat everything." M. might, Madison Parish, La. Is making Cabinet-sit- o Photos cheaper than any gallery ever did in Hartford, guaranteeing all work to be of tho most permanent finish, HRYAN. Cabinets per dozen, $175, halldoson $1.00, that will not fade. Respeotfully, lalf Cabinet sixo 91 per dozen. Peroration. AND BE CONVINCED! jrtOASiK 5UJ?io-4- - KCi O. SCSIieCBTElie, KCaxtfordL, IKy, ' Jubllatloii. Nomination. ilciuau jjiujueo AowVaUUoay((. AtQiuasiewauon rast Mail . .v, ...., ., , 4:33 y, i . Nj B. Will be here till after the Fafrt awl lunger unleaj, tho river Uomo bcloro the ' Fair and avoid the rises so we can got in G,reen river, rush, The' Flouting Utudlo will go from hero to Rochester, thon to" Rock-p- ort and $outh .Uarrolltoli and will land-a- t the smaller pointi'between. 1.J1,,1, Preparation, Notification. mV .', 'lllJ-.l-1 .,.'" jiiu.,'", ' ; ',",, ), ?! Peregrination. Argumentation. a HVMir.1 t- - t, iT..a?JP VnBBicxAgt. Had M i . , , i;y p. .' ThU l tlio boat muk and oan fa tba bart hoaw la thin la. Ws mV hn. btttf r twXltlM hu othar lioaae. rtnoei on oqlf uawiU. Betlda trada. Mo trarallug asahta. Snip aU jour wool aaj&na produao dlraot to HERNDON-CARTB- R WOOL. WOOL. la .A. hiTten I Trepidation. Condemnation, Consternation. Lamentation. HOThlrd Straat, orSlB to 810KurTU Ooart, CO. LOUJgVILLB, ST, Extermination. This was tho ease up to the cJpec of 1800, under 20 years of tho policy which the democratic candidate is attacking. Mrs. Smith Wooldridge, 01 Kimble, But thon something happened. To afflicted with her throat ahow how what happened then affected for over two years that she could not the farmers, we compare the prices given in the last of the above speak above a whisper. After she i table with tboao columnby the United given used the first bottle of Dr. Bell's State statistical abatractt for 1803: 1894 she could talk as well as Corn M.s M.4 ever, and the case is such a wonder- - gata I........ n.i W.J !..,. t ialcure that her neighbors come in to Wheat 44.0 .L U Pre... M so.) Potatoes see for themselves and are astonished Hay ,......,... .9.64 tW Do the famer know what hit them to hear her talk. Sold by all druggists. For sale by In J93 ? The. homo policy of meddling with business, advocated bv the same Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. man who is now stumping the country, with the soma abundant promises of unalloyed prosperity it they would vote The crowds continue to call on McKinley, and Bryan continues to call him and hts party into power. The people, or a share of them, were deluded on the crowds. bv theee promises. The result is Bhown above, and the way it worked is also Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is dlfN statistically shown. The ability ot tho ferent from all other cough remedies. Industrial and mercantile population ot the country to consume It curesjiy allaying the inflammation ucts was reduced 45 per cent,farm prodon wheat, and giving tone, strength, vigor and about 43 on cotton, over 40 on corn, 30 on wool and other products in propor vitality to the respiratory organs. All druggists sell it. For sale by tion, wnentnelrculeranasuromarkct was so much restricted, Is it any wonder Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. that the fanner's products dropped more in three years of democratic rule It is alleged that Popnlists are better than in 20 years of "sound money, and judges of Democracy than men who protection? The question for decide have carried Democratic banners for Is whether they will the ftunera toregime continue the forty years. thafhas Inflicted thla Injury on them, or whether they will restore the condiTo be dragged down to an early tions prior to 1893, When the industries of tho country were able to boy farm grave by the neglect of a trivial is not an enviable fate, and yet products and pay ltvintr prices for them. Pittsburgh Dispatch. thousands submit to this fate without a struggle. People cannot learn too It is all right for a "so called" soon that coughs and colds and affections of the throat and chest cannot Democrat to vote for a Populist, but be safely neglected. Democrat to The most fatal all wrong for a disease known to physicians have vote for a National Democrat. their Inception in these dlshotders. It is easy to cure a cold. It Is impossible to cure consumption, One follows the other as surely as night follows day. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a sure cure for coughs, colds, throat aud chest troubles. Druggists sell It. For uale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Mr. Mncolq Nelaon, of Marshfield, Mo., fti TaaHHIas! 'Hon Radar" SolMwaa. writes: "For six; years I have been a auuerer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck, and alt efforts of physicians in Washington, D. C, Springfield, 111., and St. Louis failed to reduce the enlargement. After aix months' constant treatment here, my physician urged me to submit to a removal of the gland. At thla critical moment a friend recommended S.S.S,, prejuaud laying aalde a dice against all patent medicines, I began its use. Before I had used one bot tle the enlargement began to disappear, and now it is entirely gone, tnougniam not throu; h wltu my seconu bottle yet. Had I only uied vour S.S.S. long ago, I would have escaped years of misery am! Biivtl over frn .' There would ba e scramblo to pick This experience is like that of all who tip the promlaa did they not fieo the suffer with d blood troubles. string to It. The doctors can do no Rood, aad even their resorts to the knife prove either Bllvut Oovpa'i aa4 TImb Papalv fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only The owners of copper mines need not real blood remedy; It gets at the root of t elated with; tho idea that the argtw the disease ana forces It out penna meat for cheap ellver dollar U a etlll mtly. S.S.S. (euarantttd furefy vegetable) totter WHUmeat for cheaper copper dollar. W aboil rxt drop to UmU, Tho ulUmoto resttiur place-- for ttie pojKjcratS, U foredetermloed In their Is q blood remedy for real blood troubles: giattot.-o- . oaoertioo of th right ot tho it cures the most obstinate ca4 of legal tender pope Scrofula, Bczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, govarnaeot to blood remebote. That ta the cheap money pr-dla- n etc, which other at the into which all the adrooatea of re- dies fall to touch. S.S.S. get out perdisease and forces It root of the pudiation are togtaally drawn. manently. Valuable books will poo's Oa It Blind. be aent free tj"ha man who cannot sen Just how the to any address by the Swift going, to ia rea coinage ot allver Specific Co., Atereaae th number of dollar in hi lanta, Ga, fkeckct should not vote for It. all-me- at Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th' courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Carelul attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Offico over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. . 3ES. Will practice his profession in the and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Offico in Courthouse. Courts of Ohio Attorney at aw, HARTFORD, KY. JNO. B. WILSON, DF. TVrTCTT. (Gonnty Attorney) Attorney &1 HARTFORD, KYV SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. Iav? Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Saiith & Co., Market Street. Attorney ai Iaw R. E. LEESIMMERMAN )r.. fi. Office SPECIALTY: cimaer Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLW, IND. 4:6Upp. First at. Beware Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will praotico his profession Ohio and adjoining counties. Hpeotal attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Oflico in J.B. VICKERS, 0! the Knife. building. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Oflico with County Attorney. WhA rAit lhfnlr An of Mm ilmpl Protect roar Maui ttur mtr rlo you wellh. WrU. JOHN WEDOEHliURN S CO. Pltunt Attor. mts. WuMnttou. I). C.fo tbtlr sl.au PriM o4 Urt of Ino auoilffel UTtatloo wuted. ARMISTEAD JONES, deep-roote- d Wanted-- Idea ar ar deep-seate- I.ouliTlll,lllilriu . Co lu IMTcvl I Louisville U West bound No. 41. Juue HI A Real Blood Remedy. Brandenburg . . 9 32 . 9 49 . L Irvlngton LStephenport . . 10 38 LCloverport . .1047 LHawesvllle . , 11 12 Ar Henderson Past bound LHcnntrson , , . . 7 55 a m 6 30 7 55 8 20 8 58 daily I.uula Hall-w1. No. 43. daily pnt h Owensboro , . 12 15 . . ( 15 918 944 p niio 48 11 55 kx No 42. . dally No, 44. t, Owensboro 7 20 . . . , 1 sss L Hawesville . LCloverport . L Stephenpott , h Irvlngton , . I. Brandonburg Ar Louisville 825 925 9SO 10 11 10 51 II 18 13 am 255 ptn 3 4 5 5 55 53 17 dally I 1 616 639 3S 45 p m Soo 1' llnrllbrcl Republican AH J i L sAflKSl AMU.UMOt I'll I lor Mil. JJrynu'o- New l'tiglnud speeches nre not tubstautinl enough to produco nt much ns nil electoral voto. - Subscription, $1.25 por yonr I'RIDAV, OCTOI1RR J, T111.111: is n general depression in The intended Popocrat tally nt That Is the Great Issue" of Prentls last Wednesday night, Sept the National Cam- alfts 23, ended In n grand victory tor the paign. Republic in patty.. Rev Jns. P. Tny. A stiionii address bus been issued lor, of Butler county, wns to be the by Mr. .Ins. II. Arnold, n Populist speaker of the occasion nnd was to prove by the Bible that "free colnwr" MAJ. M'KIULEY ON TOE SUBJECT. leader ot tho 4th District, catling on Wo hnvo been easy on ouruucrib-er- a all truo Populists to repudiato the fusof silver is tight. The appointed j nud hnvo given a great many of ion agreement If the hair is falling out, or turning lime came nnd Rev. Taylor came, but and stay in tho middlo them n long timo in which to pay of tho road, IIo contends that his gray, requiring n stlmuhnt with only in the person of a short note Addrossos n targe Doldgation of their subscription, but they lrnvo party has been sold out secretly by nourishing nnd coloring food, Hall's whose message was "sickness nt Holmos County, 0,, Fnrmora on Vetetnb'.e Sicilian Hair Reuewir Is home," nnd closed. Thnt wns nil treated us with much neglcctand have their State Chairman and others nnd just the specific. that could be known, but it is to be Domooratio Promiass, failed to respond to requests wo have concludes with n stinging rebuke to hoped that the wandering brother has IIo the silver Democratic managers. t'l'.NTKKTOWJV. rondo for money through theso colreturned to the Lord In prnyer and Centertown is having n good busisays: been admonished to turn from the erWo would umns and also by letter. ness boom. Wind thi Sllrer Crm Burled So Coop That It Will "I hope every Populist who reads ror of his way nnd quit middling In The people of our community this will reluse to be delivered over liko to bo nblo to run tho paper withHewr Again Alirm tht Butlnui World the dirt nnd slime ot the "silver pool' ' by our committee to the camp of the 4 x strong, three fourth Stand tj Our Institutions. rtvelrlneof Hamilton aad JetT.rsea. out collecting any money, but finding Sewalts, the office hunting politicians of politics. Bro. Taylor, remember to here J W. Lewis 'This was the doctrine hf both Hamilton r that to bo an impossibility wo have the specie, basis swindlers nnd our old It would b but reasonable to that silver Is n dangerous tiling for and Jefferson. This has been the siy enemies, who are seeking to destroy policy of the government under every Joseph was decided to force 'collection and wo our party. I ask every reader of this from the amount of enthusiasm with the Saints ot tb Lord Three delegations cntlftl upon Hi, re- administration, and has been the settled sold ior stiver, nnd our blessed Savior publican camtltlntu Tucmloy. To the policy of all the great parties of the counhereby warn those who have been to lend It to his Populist nelchbor n general expression lor protection, try from the beginning of the government, was betrayed for only thirty pieces of first ridffratlon to arrive MaJ. McKln- ily the act of July, IBM, commonly known nnd get him to write me n card at nnd sound money that old Centcrtowri notified by our Attorney of their in Ban'stowu, Ky., If he approves my law, we Insisted upon put the precious metal, nnd now dear ley spoke uh follows! ttlvAa .ma ...... as the Hhormanlaw the doctrine of Ilamll will ag lin cover herself with glofy ting Into that "HelkiwrMtl.n. It debtcdnesa that they had better pay stand. We must organize ns quickly brother, if jou nre not careful you Pleasure to welenme lo mv linmn ih rin. i ton that the parity of the two metal must third of November neft., Mr. Lewis as possible all those who object to (Ap-sens of Holmes county recall with te- - , always be sacredly maintained. and thereby save tho cost of a law turned oer to the enemy." made a great speech at this place to Will be betrayed for much less. clal satisfaction that In 1S'. lust sis tears platise). The republicans wrote Into that ror coin branches or congress ana tno ago, hy the act of the ligtslalurs law, When it was known that Bro. Tayour presidency Mr. Arnold says further: the satisfaction of the unbiased mind. Wo mean business and must suit. were In the hsnds of the repubcounty became a part of the congressional a solimn pledge, "Seriously, my Populist friends, The McKlnley nnd Hobart Clnb is lor would 'licit speak James P. Miller district In which I wns a landldateon the lican parly,contract lietween which Is aa have what is duo us on utbscriptioD. can we remedy binding a republican ticket the governremember tho camthe hard times, suffer- nearly one hundred strong, we had a was selected by the Popofirnta to en paign that I made In your county with ment and the people aa ever nvulo. Here This is a mere matter of business; ou ing nnd wretchedness of the masses nice tertain thchttdience assembled to her special pleasure and gralltUallon I re- la ths language: debate between " 'It Is the established policy Tay. warm wilcome, I who toll by increasing the millions of Mr. Miller spoke for call your gooa cneer. I retail iccalt jour United States to maintain Ihe two of the have been getting the paper nud now the millionaires who own the silver lor an A. H. Tichenor last Saturday woras ui reetsls inn encour(gold at a each forty-fiv- e ou minutes and had as agement which an gave mo ut e cry turn; other and filler)present parity wtlh or at mines? Withupon the It the product of the silver night. It was not ns the Herald cor about wo MUST have tho money. legal ratio and although oerwhlmttmly di mo. mines in the United States is now respondent reported that Tichenor good attention as nny man could wish crstlc count), as ou hae alnnys been. such ratio as may bo established by law ' t out the account is paid you may ex. worth $60,000,000 n year under free It wus This was the act of the studliig tho When oe had finished a cry turns topleasunt to m byIn our aid and repassed hy the republican party for ripped him up the back. And it 13 tor. ubsero that that coinage it will be worth, in round pect a law suit. was wade for of some of your democratic mlghbora the the purpose of presenting the free coinTaylor, age of silver at the ratio of sixteen to one, result showed u republican gain numbers, $113,000,000. making a surely n mistake that eight RepublN whereupon he attempted to m as reply to Thst was the year whin the prophet but, nevertheless, giving to silver the present by law to the mine owners' cans luve joined the free silver club was abroad In the land Therumpalgn was Ciiateet uslble use as money, and for humor of the present campaign The a of $53,000,000. Shall we, who know here, they have I understand taken a few of the Pop's wild nsscitions nnd one of prediction and preurlatlon, the that purpose providing fur the utilisation Mil Vole Inr NrKlHley. is furnished by those gentlemen who what Populism means, abandon our in non of substantially voters to swell their big report annrchlcal doctrines, but with the tin peddler wus abroad In Itolmee county. American mines. the full product of the (Applause) This l not BrnviiR I)m, Sept aS. His marvelous tales startled the commuSenator's rising came a mUhty ringannounce their opposition to Bryan creed and unite with those whose was astonished nt such report. nity Tin never was so high lieforu or since. the only declaration In rocent years In wisdom statesmanship and support of the Hamilton Idea of this parEditcu Rki'uiiucas: ing of cries and shouts which drown-de- d W had only Just enacted the protective ity. and then cry they nre going to vote consist in tryinj to political the burcongress, elected In The rifty-thlrlighten J. A. R. law of 1680. and we Permit mc through jour paper to the voice of the speaker. He Jaw that we would had determined In thnt IRK. and democratic In both branches, for him. dens of the poor by increasing the establish In the United with President Cleveland as the chief ghe some ot the reasons tint shall paused a moment and when the dis- State factories that would muke tin plate riches of the rich?" elected hy the democratic party, for the uses of our own people (ApMr. W. Q. Adams, of Arkansas, turbance had sufficiently ceased, at- plause). And we have done It (Oreat also recognised the doctrine of the par- govern my action nt the coming elecThis, in view of its sourco, will ity. cheering). And the people of Itolmee counIn the first pi ice I was a Retempted to speak again, but in u few ty will recall has purchased the stock of the Owens have a stinging effect upon Mr. Bry "With what bad fslth. therefore, with tion: that not a single disregard justice moments another shout like that of prophecy, not a single prediction made In what nonor, ran for the rlgtit. fordemand publican and joined the Populists and will establish a an and his followers. These question) boro Inquirer and any rlticcn now ana ISfO respecting the price of tin has been b,.t teiwith them in go, so maby raving maniacs, went up verified. daily paper. Mr. Adams was former- must bo studied and then the people settlement of our debts or scheme of coin- - found they are only one of Democrat- again and again, the speaker was Aaetber Caaipalga of rrenl.es. age. tbo confessed result of which would ly a Kentuckian. will become enlightened. T. "And by the turbulance of gaged this year, as In tsao, we are en- be to destroy the parity between dollars. , tc Or rather ontrcllllt kite. overwhelmed In a campaign whkh Is fruitful of urive eom rram rirouiaiion. ana reaucethe Jndors. the Ch eairr, nlatfonn nor it People's party voters in Ken- A LARGE the mob. Again and again it was promises. Six years ago frtve trade, as value of sliver and paper dollar still cirCROWD spokesman culating Hamilton and nominees, while I have advocated the a repeated. tucky who desire to voto ior Watson At length , the Senator J ourall our Ills, has said, was to beall cure Jefferson, near for Jackson and Lincoln, or Grant the panacea for our turned to the Popocrat leader and his troublee. Well, we have now for four years and Cleveland, nmer taught a doctrine so free coinage of kilver but not unlimfor Vice President must now vote BEAVER DAM. enjoyed partial free trade In perilous as that (Oreat applause) Unite. ited. I believe it would be a leap in followers and exclaimed: "You are States, more cepeclally tn woolthe(Laughunder the rooster and when they do Listens to Hon. Jno. W. Tho peoplo of tho United States will adopt ter). And what discreditable and danger-ou- e the dark under the leadership of Mr. a set of low down cawards. You don't wool growers effect has It had upon the never course,sonor two electors thisjthey simply vote for Lewis' Speech Last a of Holmes county and other will they fall to brand Bryan and his heathens. Rev. O M. Wilson, being unable want the people to know the His )iadi condemnation whenever an optruth. wool growing counties of Ohio and the with thWr Ih who aro for Watson and for eleven Saturday. given them through the balcountry? You know better than I can tetl portunity to fill his regular appointment nt the Now take your course, I'll say no you. 83a S mare sp ech his Utter of aclot, (Diesis) Tbo Idle talk stout the electors that are against him. Will M E Church Sunday, Rev. I C. more." ceptance his l.inc iln nnd Louisville "Now It Is free silver; free sliver la 'Dollars of tho fathers' and The principle they do this? Their State Committee and men of 177IT will do no harm, but It speeches sho gains; to cure all our Ills. My fellow-cltHoover preache in his stead. him unworthy the Last Saturday was the day for the ,. mc ropocrat leauer arose and sens, it rior mi m.k . will never convince tho honest citizen that iucu hiit.... has agreed that they shall do so, but Mrs. L B Dean returned Wednesspeaking at the Coutt House, and with him arose a m ghty out burst of "tatro-y-"llver '" !?, " " the United Hamilton or Jefferson, or any other of oar high office he aspires to and band revered fathers or patriots, ever, viewed ou will not get a dollar of It un-we repeat, will they do it? . day to her home In Hartford. him as nothing higher limn an ac Hon. Jno. W. Lewis, Congressman, with toll ration any Mhcme of dtihoneet you give something for it (Loud wild shouts which came like the re le contemplated for we bad mints In every state Instant tho Mrs Nellie Her nnd baby, visited tiitttf-n- r P,UM: and In every county of every .flnence or the United Statesanwould cheat compllshed demagogue. He seeks from the Fourth District, was billed fnrvnf th. ..1,1.. Idea thnt Should some Populist ask the In the union in the day the Mrs. II. D. Hunt last week. until a member of the Baptist church siate, ana tne sliver or tne woria was the people In their money, or repudiate to array section against section, labor Hartford Herald what caused it to for a speech. Early by mints, Profs Ray. Taylor, Snyder and asked the howliag mob in the name brought to theseopponents, as Li proposes) any obligations II eer made either (dreett against capital, the. poor against the crowd began to come to town and by terms or Implication. by our political sliver would change front so rapidly, what dt you wives and Mr Charles Ray went of the Master of the not be any freer than It ts now. Then, cheering) rich, anarchy against liberty, regunoon a large number of the voters of houieandin hon- besides. In this country we do not "My It must never be suppose that paper would say? It has Ohio county were here to hear the throug Taylor Mines Bank last Sat- or of the ladies present to act like written that this nation either encourages lated by law- to have a dishonest dollar We procalling always fought the Populists, or practice dishonesty flood money we pose to urday. In act he does not ata-ifor pitri-otistruth expounded by Mr. Lewis. civilized men. Then the cheering going. have the best of everything that In will continue to havo (Applause) (Applause), we have ths beat them all kinds of mean names and Little Mis Bessie Barnes, Goshen, ceased and the meeting soon closed, t Mtt"'n' "?. Want a Chaaea to Karn Money. statesmanship, integrity, and beet men. and we pro- - I Promptly at I o'clock p. 111. Mr. W. pone to continue to have the best money. I "What wo want now Is a chance to earn made a personal attack on Hon. F. A. Gibson, chairman of the County spent Saturday and Sunday in town. pronounced by all right thinking more of our good money, (Itenewed ap-- all those qmlificatlona that elevates I "mere is another thins;, mr W. Pirtle a few years ago and called Committee, introduced Mr. Lewis in rena: this year the people men to Nit at piausej e never Mr. A. D Taylor, wileand children men, of .whom were many In honest rert tb question of their honewty, which tho world than we hnq better currency we us'as iudividuilsand ns a nation, t have today, and lnm all the mean names imaginable, a neat little speech, Having been up returned Monday alter three months Democrats, tobe. the Neither do I intend to avail myself In our wildest mob they w as never doubted either at horn or abroad never had so much workcheers) history as put Into controversy by What we allied wo had In IKtt (Ortat and now this same paper is down up- the night before and traveling ro absence. had ever seen gathered together In a vntll In this political content. I the allied want Is to get back thoee good times, and of the exalted privilege of voting for parties say Miss Anna McKenney, Mrs. Joe time of peace. parties the on a new pnrty aasumtna; the people are only waiting for an opporeleven Democratic electors and tw on its knees begging Mr Pirtle's mucli in the last few weeks.the speakon old name; the other a little obler and tunity tn lX to vote luck the principle crowd to "come over and help us er appeared as a tired man, but he Plummer, Messrs. Carl Coots and Joe The whole ot the Pop's argument also claiming to be ths people's party It and policies they gnio up four ynarsago Populists, Mr Parker St Co to the (Oreat cheering) U to the credit of the country that the We want no fiW trade contrary notwithstanding, and now out." Such lalse fealty to any cause soon warmed up to his subject and Williams who hive bcenilj for several was made up assertions, bit leaders of one of the parties havs tn tho 1'nlled State (Applause and cries declare tny intention of voting for of 'No, no ") We wont tho American workproceeded to "pour hot shots" into weeks are able to be out again. Oth- ter arraignments of the old parties, Indlenantly repudiated thoee who have is rotten bosh and pure nonsense. " to question the publlo honor tn shop protected the enemy. He took up the Tarifl ers are improving rapidly. and appeals to the prejudice and the name of democracy. (Applause), ."he foreign workshopand defended against the McKlnley electors and urge nil oth for the lienent of AmeriIn November will repudiate Hon. J.W.Lewis' effort in Congress issue and showed how the country Mr. Charlie Ray went to Louisville passions of the people. (Enthusiastic cheering) He said the people pnrty of the combination for ths can workmen means free trado, Buppoee era who do not propose to be sold 'as as"Free silver other in behalt ot the citizens of Hartford prospered under a Protective Tariff Sunday. fight was the dob. cattle to do liken Ise. that It was suming The role of dishonor tn their sacred you could pay tho duly with a people hove no patience with name. ,ur. wduhj you not reduce ins protection Mr. I P. Barnard, Louisville, was not farmer against ftttner, but nnd the surrounding country, in get- and how the public debt had been re IU Poruusr, that it those who would violate the plighted faith o now have almost one holfT "My fellnwcttlxtns. do not be dduded ting an appropriation of $43,000 for duced under Republican rule, nnd in town last week. was the"clases ajrafnst the masses." of the nation, and stamp Its obligations with dishonor. They will not toleralo re- No mattir how much money wo hae or A larue crowd ot boys spent Sunday He "TIimI Lets Out." Rough River, should insure him a how ns soon as Mr. Cleveland got his asserted that capital had labor by pudiation of publlo law or private deal- may have In this countr). them li but one way to get It, and Roc'.port, Ky., Sept ay The (unings. They will not countenance the clipIn Hirtford at the Fair Grounds. something free trade laws in operation the counlarge vote in Ohio county, not only tne throat and was gradually closing ping of the ootns of tho country and wui for It (Applau that Islu give of That's and crlea ion ol the silver Democrats audthe Mr. F. O. Austin was in Louisville cllpploK the currency lo right ") now somein and if poor laborers did not kick never consent to may be proposed. (Con- body who U hat wo wunt Juat o Republicans but Democrats and Pop- try had gone to pieces and charged any form which wants what wo ha to give htm. Populist iu Kentucky lets me out. I those same fellows, who are now this week on business. Attvk away soon ft would be too late. , cannot wait. ulists should stand by the best Reptinuous cheering). 'The capital of thp worklngman la lo hi was under promise of two good haaM He Settled far All Tim. Such was' the aature ot his arguresentative tht District has oyer had. shouting for free silver to be to blame strong right arm. (Tremendous cheering) friends to The this be a ment throughout. Tinted with the that nocontent should to settledalarm year of ho does not usegone Just that much the Chkngosupport the nominee's of It If Ho was indeed the friend of the old for the present hard times. Mr. party hereafter can the his capital Is forever cuuvention, this promise (Itenewed business world and shake publlo confidence most hideous strains of anarchy. cheering) The capitalist can soldier while in Washington last Lewis next took up the money quesby a proposition to scale our debts either dividends, but tho worklngman wall on hla being made piior to kM convention. cannot wall tion and thoroughly showed the dif The promulgation of suck doctrine publlo or private. (AddIuust) Wo cannot on nis winter, for he took up their cl ums sinner. Ana I nnro ts nothing m Dut I had not promised to cast ference between our monetary system I Ions.' i n shame mid adisgraceto the nam: auora io nae me .ITL'!?!1 J?.?7 ' .V" calculated to Injure labor In the T. four years whether and had thorn adjucatcd and by his ur I nusn uisias a n e J uutivii niu or any other Iractiqn o) a and the money system of free silver repudiate Ita debts inu whom or In ubi In par. I of any man. It is a reflection upon "wetilef iald March vote for mhI nomln-e- s to efforts in their behalf he secured (Tremendous applause) This U I ho year. I 5. $&. ,n readrlrrVl ilStS nor to vote lor countries, our country is much more the honor and integrity of the nation, 2?2Lfe.,2"w-- c ""."" r Holmes county, to , -- Ho who tamper with about 850,000 for the old soldiers of prosperous than Mexico or any other the eurrenxv Populists electors. that question forever. It can bo so rubHlalKror It bread He panders Indeed one or more threatens domestic tranquility and determined this year that It will never his District. Neithet is any man who voted fqr a to greedy capital, free silver country. He was frequent stabs at the very life of clvllizitlon present Itself again In your lifetime or and may shift for which Is keen.slaht Itself, but he "beggar mi mine. A sweeping arid Impressive major lalior, which Is honest, unsuspecting, and resolution binding' himself to vbte ly interrupted by loud applause, and 1 CiiiiiIiii; and the Republic too The advocaKeniuclt). ity against tno combined opposition will Ho.w David R. Mukray has Populist Tom Watson is coming to tion of such doctrine caused the great- do It (appluuse). and nothing eUe will too busy with the present to calculate for for the Chicago nominees In honor it was clearly seen by all present that the future The prosperity of tho working bound to vote fur orsuppoit a Poptw (A voice: TVo will do It all right) Not again been robbed ot the I'opocratic his audience was deeply interested In Kentucky, and he will make three est disaster to befall the French gov- a bare majority, but a mighty one. Ilaclng 1 lasses lives, moves, and has Its toeing In list elector Nor can a man who la a nomination for Congress in this dis- his speech, and it is safe to say that speeches in this State. One speech ernment In the seventeenth the party of national honor In control of retalllshed credit and a steady medium century every branch of goverment will do of parncnt All sudden changt-trict. The Stato Central Committee he will get a good large vote in.Ohio will be made in Louisville, another that ever befell any nation under the It. Anything short tho that will leave tha It Honest Industry never comes iIn destroy Democrat from principle vote for a or for any In has decided that D. H. Smith is the county. will be made in the Fourth district, sun. France was shaken from shore question open to further dispute. Let us part of Ihe spoils the that scrambU which Populist elector without doing vlo-- t currency of a counsettle once for all that thlfl government la take place when ' man to sacrifice in this race and Mr. and the third in the First district. to shore.her soildrcnched in the blood one of honor and bf law and that neither try Is disordered Did wild scheme and lence to those prirclples. projects ever benefit the Industrious? Did the seeds of repudiation nor lawlessness A sllyxr Democrat dislikes t5 be Right In the two latter districts the Populist of her sons and her hills and raoun is agaiu relegated back llo Nnro Tun Are to a Murray con (1ml root In our soil or live beneath our violent fluctuations over do good to him flag." (Vociferous cheering), w I 3 depends on lit dally labor for his called a' "Popocrat," but he who seat. His numerous friends in Ohio And then go ahead. If your blood is hae candidates for Congress. tain, tops echoed and re echoed the dally bread? Certainly never. All th A special train arrived at two o'clecc stamps his ballot for the fusion ticket impure, your appetite failing, your Chairman Taylor, of the Populist cries of misery and distress. county are very sore over tho treatwith a Urge delegation from Jamestown, things may gratify greediness for sudden In Kentucky tbeieby stamps himself gain or Ihe rashnees of daring speculation, N. T representing Chnutauqua and Catyou may be sure that Committee, said: "The action of the ment ho has received at the hands of nerves weak, Any man. who will be so vile, o taraugus counties with two bauds. At but they can bring nothing but Injury a 'Popocrat" in reality. Hood's Sirsaparilla is what you need. Silver Democratic Committee regardand dtstrcea to the homo pf patient Indus-tr- y the McKlnley home a congratulatory adlow, so base as to attempt to array dress was made by A. the committee, and Mr. Smith will I predict that thousands of lionet t and honest labor," C. Wade, of JamesThen take no substitute. Insist up- ing the Fourth di&trict has made us lrierid against frieud, gains. Tho sutler for his brother against town, to which MaJ. McKlnley responded Congratulates Indlanlao. Democrats of Kentucky, who love. aa follows! on Hood's and only Hood's. This is all the more determined to elect DurA spcclol train of 12 coaches arrived, brother, is a menace to his communiPopulists will not havo their candi"Mr. Wade and My Democracy (or Democracy's II sake. the medicine which has the largest remibltciui dubs nml citizens gratifying to me to welcome brlnL-lni- r date, Mr. Durham, to withdraw, so sales in the world. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a ham. When they refused to Indorse ty, nn enemy to his country, and a la especially and home cltltcna of the great rum l.lklmrt to my city and northern Indiana. rill refuse to do it; and that tbisAvllt Durham we asked that Murray be disgrace to humanity. Empire state of New" York. It Is a proud Retho race is made up us follow': is the One True Blood Purifier. nominated, but now that they have thing to be a cltlxen of tho nrst and great- 1 h lllkhurt bond led a parnilc to tha be true of a number who woulba.vc publican, Jno. W. Lewis; Popocrat-io- , state American but It McKlnlc) lionic, w Iicru Attorney Jninci request and named IMOIto JlcKluler t'lienp llnles 10 estprouder In the be a citizen union, mlgjily S, Dolc mnile a congratulatory ad- vottd the straight Chicago ticket Is still to Hood's Pills are prompt, eflicie'it, ignored that of the D. II. Smith; Populist, J. E. Cniilon. Ohio, nud Itetnrii. Amorlcun nation. Smith, we will fight It out." dress nnd presented MnJ. McKlnley a without fuslon.J. I). Maddox In We aie pleaeo to advise our read Your call at any tlmo would havo been Couiier Journal. Durham; Prohibition, W. M Ltk-en- nlways reliable, easy to take, easy to mos' welcome, but your coming so far on bust of himself. MaJ. McKlnley operate. ers that In piirtna follow bi ii.i"ttiucnia nave oren BUCh Bn inclement day to ttsllfy yourdw CURED AT 73 YEARS. "Mr Dodga and My maae witn tne u o. & s. v and votlon to republicanism Is a most Imprco- siii.i-iii'i- i It gives me sincere ykasure to welcome to NrniMis. Perraa lines for n very cheap excur It on behalf of tho republican cause, and my home the clllsess of Indiana I have New Heart Cure Victorious. Ik his speech atHodensville Monspoke here Br. Miles' mcdlclnocun show such Hon. John W. Lewis No other congratulate ou and tlic great people and had a good many delegations visit me In a record. day tho Hon. J. S. R. Wedding wai Friday night to n large and enthusHero Is a vcrltablo patriarch. 73 years '7 sion to Canton, Ohio, and teturn, lor stato thut you for tho tho upon three months, but I assure you age. with strong prejudice to overcome wh. the purpose of visiting Major McKin-ley- , tha splendid, prospectstime represent nafor local and nortoof Ihrm havo given mo moro pleasure lVoplo ilml Just tho help the so tnuch frequently interrupted by a crowd of iastic audience. His argument fir had Heart DUeate liytart. Ho took tho Now tional success. (Applausv). It I dlttloult or havo received heartier welcome than who has let apart Saturday, Oct. to realise and 1 sometimes think that tho I give to ou hero this ufternoon need, iu Howl's Saroaparllla. It furfree silveritcs, who mi doubt were sound money and natloil honor Heart Cure and Is now Bound and well. 'Vou havo a great stale. You havo much aa Immense 10th, as theQate to meet his Republi- country does not reullio-tli- at hired to prevent a discussion of their would make n good camp dgn docuas the agricultural resources of tho west to t proud of, you have much to glory In nishes tho desired strength by purican filends from this District The arc. yet New York Is still the first slats your matt rial rceourccs and manufacturing fying, vitalizing nnd cnricliliuf tlio A conservative ment Many who came with minds pet hallucination. In both value of Republican Clubs urearganizing, nnd products. tho (Applause). her farms and farm enlcrprles. but you havo more to glory In blood, mill thus build up the nervco, Your touulles are Ihu splendid men which your stats ha gentleman in the crowd who affiliates befuddled on the silver question went among the most northwestern In that produced will go in large niumbers. Promt- (Applause I cannot forgot ar tones tho stomach nnd regulate iho with that element of Democracy call- away expressing themselves enlightI stand In tho prcenco.of an Indiana au nent leaders Will accompany them, counties itretchlng across your state, wholo )Rk'iu. Ituad this: d dience that It was your state that pro. ed frco silver men, called upon the ened. If such a speech were made in in proper addresses, introduce ing In isoo an assessed valuation of iucm.-th- c d'tecd that splendid soldier and etatcamat wsnt to praise Hood's BarsaparllU. and lllutrlgus president, Ilcnjamln audience to give Mr. Wedding a every precinct in the county, Ohio My health run down, and I bar) thegrip. visitors toMr Mclvlnlev The 23.000.000 and ylcldlnrr annually from your (tremendous npplaust), whose a acres 1178,000.000 worth of pi county would give 500 Republican hearing, but his appeals were almost Alter that, my heart and nervous system ministration of four year of government from Louisville will be $s 00 for ucts of Iho t'tilted States has row paraUel It majority. Were badly affected, so that I could not do in vain. Af tor considerable distuih Kastero Farmers Are Interested. therminrl trln This hsveivlnvl tho history of our country, . Honest my own wpfkr. Our pbyslolan gae ma ' ...r "Your farmers, therefore ore quite as strong, wise, patriotic, American! an V Mrs, Oscar MldlriiT met with n mice tho speaker exploded their falte rate, taking into consideration the much Interested In the proper settlement ministration that stood by tho great doo oomo help, but did not cure. I decided gods nud taught them of the silver, tariff and letlproclty Issues , Irlnes cf the republican party, and thai less hi in painful, if not fatal, accident a few to try Hood's tjariaparllla, Boon 1 could fact that the dUlnnce traveled lo nearin this cnmpalgn, which In Importance isvor turned its back upon tho glorloul do all my own bouiowork. I have taken good government, honest money and days ago. She and Mrs. I.ogn Canly 800 miles, roportlonntely low dominate all others, as tho farmers of any , stars and stripes ami the men who u section of the country, and so, whatever , tulned Ihem during the four year of clvl n chnuco to tarn it by nil Iioneiii day's non were driving near New Baymus rates will be made from nil may be said on those subjects, the fact unr (Continuous applause), M'c veouM all I glad (obobacklnthoat Special trains of tluough coscIich will ougtit to be constantly borne In mind that work. Itisthenim of the silvcrites Church when the horse became fright- no rarmers nr new York nre Quito ns ' pi el and getting Lcjoiul control tan yir unuer 1110 administration o leave Louisville at 8:30 p in Oct oth much concerned In point of actual property President Harrison, year of tlw highest to prevent n disousaion of the sub down a very steep hill and Mrs Mid sloko as at ianion 7.30 n. m motn- - aton ,n, those of any other state or sec- -I and greatest ptosperlty to the Amertcar ject. Mr. Lewis was iutciruptod nt I urnving , t,n,ll(). , nrs that registered the hlghesl of kid was thrown from the bugpv and food' P(IU with Hood's Barssparllt fnrelnn trade this nation ever had. ami "Tho attempt to Inflame ths passions of the Court House last Saturday lug 01 wet. ioiii,, v. litre inc ny win Ono received a deep cut just below the largcet lie west eoirtti ara nst the east Li. nd they hve done me utuih iruod. be spent. Returning Special tr.tn therefore, ami a mischievous nnd uppatrl- - n gtstorcd, too, the ney weredorneetlo 'rode rUKDII. O. Stokb. night last week uhen Heuator Taylor . wv wit cu;ycu. but i inprouryoart without them. ftte taken It ejes tlmt se,vtl, her ose t(J thc flca, Draw take. Mich , Doc IS. 18M. wilt leave Canton 8 p. in arriving nt otic effort to nrpuse prejudice and huirod v iicit nr nau wis largest onu ine mos I havo boon troubled with heart disease 13 attempted to speak at Prcntis a baud ,)0ne, VmTtttn 5titche3 wete m!)Ue tt'e'eMlood'sBarMparlllibdlnroiurh did prosperity In all our hlatorv. when nralnltjmcn orlhtr own railing, affected Most of the tlmo I was so WJUISVIUC at 7 a. ni UCt every man In this oautrirx who wanted U I the bltsilnu ot Clod, by th'o same cause nnd feeling Ihe same Illll ufnilvontoi weroon hnitd lo houl and In sewing the wound. Mrs, Cnnnoii 2carsormoro. iafeforiuo to ia out alone, cured tne. -- . wncn a dlny spoils would cnuao falling. I had ery arrangement will be made for the anon x worked vuuiu u Va'ib hen svBrv 1&X& waq open. whv 'wo,, rsetnrvrverycity--.n.: , mee., and T hard lL.l.1 .. past sum- break up tho mcotiug. ThU is only escaped unhurt. The horse h ts hithaaveropulbltatlon, shortness of breath and o. -. sudden pains thatrendered mo helpless. All comfott of passengers, and the train I have no sympathy, my nlng: when every busy, ' thriving hm ol tuauaiui 10 say s am following nut tho tcnchiugs of the erto physicians did for me was to advlso kooplng been n docile brute nn a cause iiubihi uiioii mere nets anil this land was active In lis enterprise and well. IlocdVi rills wbf (ken with quiet. In August last I commenced tatting will be iu charge of experienced rail Chicago platform free silver, frco 11 lias not been so In the as passion. It Is beneath Ihe alms and purinuiuiriea Hood's BarmperllU hlp wy Bishop McClosky, of Louisville, patriotic freemen, apd I nm glad rloH, etipp irtetl by the mimo men who Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, roadmen, For full infoimntion, ad- poses of that It receives no rncouragcmenl four years. hod some experience during MM. M. M. MWo?,fytHd,wueh." "Wo have to note rl". and hofpro I had flnUbod tho first bottlo I dress, R have liciiti ci)iug free trade and gave confirmation to n number of canJ Urown, D. P. A D. & O. from ths sturdy cltlscne of New York, theso years, wo know more now than w aim many coaf cure prove that 1 have modlclna was knew I lion, and wo know better how to (Applause) Tnrill Knform fr tho past low) ears. didates at St. John the Baptist's found tho four bottles In ft and am feeling S. W. R. Y LonMvllle, Ky. now usod alt vole now than wo knew In lJ. Yen "How strikingly tho names of the Illusentirely well 1 am 13 year of ago and Lave Thid will nnly end when the freo hiU Church on Wcduesd ty of last .reek, a hold a grudge aaalost patent medicine all thai In that year tho campaign trious IlamUlqn and the Umpire state of my life, but I will not, allow this to Proven! ver crue rec'ehoH n black eye iu No niter which Rev father O'Sullivin, Some people will think tint Dr New York are Inseparably connected Wo was Oiled with fluttering promisee; every.' fflvln lyiosiimqny 10 tno groat cannot think of Iho groat events of our thing good was to coma to this country If ember nnd McKinlny is elected, valual e remedy has wrought In euro your Bell's Pine Tnr ifopey is nnlxttir of Whitesville, celebrated high urn's mo. 1 do history without at onro associating them wo would only turn the republican party thU to show my ouj of power and put (lie democratic, parly reflation 01 ur. mhos' than other cough remedies until they tout then and wo cannot recall any, exwith the response bung by tl e riowHotrtChiro. HAMUFIi O. BTONK. ample of like nature so conspicuous unDr. Miles Heart euro Is sold nn n nmltJvn try it. Then they will know for less II l the Inseparable association of In."FrOo trade was to relieve us of eierv Wnitesville choir. Miss Allies Itray, that the llrst bottle will boneUU III or, ovl that had ever settled upon ti Washington and Jjfftrson with Virginia LUIItl muse Ml llil Jsn?. I IM tbli' the organist, is gifted with a voice ItlldruggUtssellUntrt, nn0 kudus for 11, or Ihenuelvrs thut it h the LZJ Uol Uiuvh Ijruu. Juieaixxxi. Uh I will husuiit, prepaid, (Applause), and Lincoln with Illinois. vwumrr. iiyirmiuu was a roonory, was receipt of earth I hv druoirLU In tlmo. Ki IV by tho Dr. Mlloj Moulcal Co., Elkuart, prico Fortunately, these statesmen ore our own unconstitutional, was a fraud, and oimht iud. tcarcely less rich nnd mellow ih in Up todatedtugglstH sell it Pr.r countrymen, and we cannot too highly re- lu be repealed and that If that uartv was T .iV ... lAJBfiTiITJPOT?TiTJl -' rmuL. the Queens ol the orchestra who have Dr. Aliles' Heart Cure ?.:&&, inlebyZ Wnyne Orifllii & f'io. vere however much, they Bjajr only h tn power Inilils country iMsoypuld d. We nic nuthoiired to Announce JNO D 1'INI.IIY A n for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action oltlie Republic, party. undevl-atlmbe-In- s: 1 1 Rcv.-Taylo1 Vlfly-rirsa, d 1896. every lino of butiucss. From tho an. nunl report ot the Postmaster General wo learn Hint the tuait robberies iu the United States lrnvo dectcased. sung to Kings and Princess in the impstlnl palaces of the Old World. The other tncmbciB ot the choir have been carefully trained lor their post-tlonnd while their voices blended with the low deep notes of the Instrument In Mngtunn's Mass we wonder ed If we were listening to the echo r,f songs sung centuries nj;o In the rate old cathedrals of Europe or music stolen fresh from Heaven . We should be glad to welcome the choir nt our church again. J. H. T. DISGRACEFUL Wns tho Trontmont of COMMON HONEST! applaune) "No man of his time left a moro lasllpr lmpres!on on publlo legislation than the eminent leader In New York, Aloxsnder Hamilton, who. more than anyone ele cured her ratification of the united States constitution, and lo whom we are more largely Indented than In any other cltlteu for our protective tariff system, steadily supported, and which he for our eicellenl monetary sMcm, for beginning with tho nrst coinage act. April t, 17"2. every law enacted down to and In eluding tho act of May, 1875. proldlng for the resumption of specie payments, was based upon th principles laid down by Alexander Hamilton and supported nlmost In their entirety by Thomas Jefferson (Applause) "We hae heard a great denl In this campaign about the doctrines of ths fa. there. Hamilton favored both gold and silver as money, though he preferred gold alone himself, nnd tho government of Iho t'nlled (Hates entered upon the use of both Hamilton announced the great fundamental principles when he said "There can hardly be a better ruin for any count rj for a letrat than tho market ratio tn other words, every coin should contain enough metal so that when melted It will bo worth Just as much as when II Is stamped as money, Ihe bullion or market values alwajs to be the rsmo as lis legal or money alue.' (Great applause), have oiflc'rrd In auminlilrallveTionelea, they were always and at all limes to. gcllier for the honor ofhetountry (drcat amllhen wo wnilia enter upon nn era of prosperity, the like ef, which And the we lind never known bofore people put that party In power, and Ihe splendid prosperity wo have had sliice you ail know about 'There Is one other question that la already settled, but that some peoplo pro-imlo unsettle, and that Is the money and we are opposed lo any question; such unsettling ns llioy fajor, Thy propose to debase the currency ef the country by frco silver ns they havo degraded the labor of the country W frve trade. We want In this country dollars worUi too cents enrh, dollars as good as am found anywhere In .any country of the world. That's tho kind of nionty we have mwj that's the kind Ihe republican party gave this country, for ecry dollar we have today of eery kind has been given to you for the most part by republk an legislation, and overy dollar of It Is as good as gold everywhere In Ihowotldl and we propose to keep (t right there. -- Then, thero la another thin we pro-po- so to do. We propose to settle It for an time that this Is a government of law and n government by law, and a government of honor that will not sell Us honor and publla fnllh for any price or contldirntlon, There Is another thing, my rountr) men from Indiana, that we propose to do. We propose lo stand by the honest Judiciary of the t'nlled Males. That has more than In llmo of once been our sheet-anchtrouble, the tribunals t,halfprotet the weak against tho slroug, that Is unlnfluenood by avarice and 'UnmovM by TroJudloo. Htanos ky Oar InsUlalleaa, "We propose. In a word, to stand 1V our noble Institutions free lasllliKlons-BTan- d. even young man has an thsy aee-wh- ere equal chance In the race of life, and spurn Ihe suggestion that there are cteesea tn the UnllMl Bute. (Applause) Dreryhoft-os- t man under our flag Is aa good aa any other honest man, and we propose to ksp him so. "Kvcry man has ah equal opportunity under oar laws to rise In this country with any otlur, and I Nd ttvo. young men whq stand around me never to permit in? rlera to bo raised between uns Class of clllsens and anolh.r, l(eep ihe gataway wide open, kiti Ihe door ef opportunity swung wide open, so that your lxff and his twy may have every opportunity thai be. tonga to our free gosorument and Ita (Coniliiuout crteer-Inprecious Institutions. And now, tny fellow-- , Itlxeus, I am done, eicept lo thank oil for the courtesy and i ordlallty of this mil I hate been plraecd to rvclvo tit gracious message' of your spokesman thai Indian will give' a republican majority of M.!")." (Loud cries of "Wo will.") , i feliMI Ilia! 'law," tr. Speaking at the Court House next Monday by Hons. N. y m, Howard and David Powers. ... one-hal- ft I l- .,, oln. fellow-cttlren- pro-pe- so d fellow-cltV-- ed " n, 1 Monday will big day in Hartford. N. Howard and David Powers will speak. 1 to-d- eleven-thirteent- ..s s Fcllow-CltlBen- s. rcllow-Cltlsen- ta-- Nervous 'I FS? . hav-an- Has-rlso- n re W I I 11 t , 1 I Cured ""'N " Mw fellow-cltlten- '. Ood-son- ltt 1 Hood's Ssr4parjUa J- , 1,1 tbem-AD- .HoPjlisra'ri: I , . 4 .. V- l . .aB.a.awm .V " imJm1mmmmmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmmWmWmWmmmmmmmMmm-mmmmWm- m ..in f - LtW " "A - y M.M1111I.MMaMajjaHjjMBB.slslWBlsWILsllsllsllsllsllsl -- -- Xr""' 'iwnptiH J1"irjjp. iww ' 1L kw L0UESV1LE DENTAL iarxfiELEi,Eiwx?n Gold Crowns Porcelains Crowns mttTW) Our colobratod Crown nnd Brldgo work or Tooth without plates appllod without pain, and guarantood to glvo por-fo- ct satisfaction. Q'wxujsr&mox-O- , &b $1 up 3E5.TST f 4 to f 7 i tojti Best set of Teeth (no better no nutter how much jou piy) A good Met Gold fillings $8 Silver 86 Extracting per tooth Gold fillings in your Artificial by use of our Teeth same as your natural teeth. 75c Vitalized Air free when Artificial Office pers All work guaranteed. 25c Teeth ore ordered. mancntly located. Palnlcs Extracting Come to the Fair and, get Your Teeth Same Day. J J BEYOND A DOUBT! kA,V .,. . Over Thirty Years Cume to the speaking Monday. Come to the speaking next Monday, LEWIS' RECEPTION LAST--M- T A Without Sickness. .i 1. rri ,xuu i:, uubl uiggcoi mm u'i. seiecieu jine 01 S- ydrdptl8, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies M.and gents furnishings, Clothing &c, to be v 'found: in. Ohio county are now ariUviner at -- ia.i & Mr. II. WettsteiJj, a enterprising citizen of Myron, III., writes: "Before I paid hluph attention to regulating tho bowels, J hardly know h well day; but since I well-know- i learned the evil re- CASH and v.. ;J"Fair Bros. These goods were bought Go's strictly for us keep- at prices that insure ing ahead of competition. Farmers having large families to supply are urged to come and get our prices. No hard times wlien you can buy 10yds of good calico for X 'j ! 45c; 20 yds he ivy domestic for 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 for nice ginghams; $1 for" men fine shoes; SI for ladies kid button shoes; 65c for children fine shoes; 25c for infant taboos: $1 for men heavy work shoes; 75c1 fpr a pair good blankets; 25c for heavy! - . ft work shirt and so on. These prices are only a few of the We will greatbargains we have for yon. ly appreciate a visit from you. . f WE BUY AND SELL v For cash, therefore can afford to give you Hipre for one dollar "than those who buy W'oodward, Sacramento; T I'. James, Balzitown; Harry T. IlARDINSnURO, Sept. 30. Heaver DapiW,, II. HumpDuring the last two weeks tho Rp. Fills, I Imvo not had hrey. Rci; I. We KwMnger, Sherman, pubheans of Breckinridge county ono day's sickness ' iTexus, J M, Wade, McIIenry; A. C. have been unusually active; the Hocker, South CarrQllton; W. Iv. for over thirty years in the mean time have not been not ono attack Reidi KenJer. asleep. On the 19th Mr. Lswis bethat did not readily yield to this j In another column in this issue gan his canvass in this county. His remedy. My wlfo had been, previy&u will find the announcement of first speech was madeat Hardinsburg ous to our marriage, nu invalid for Rev. Jno D Finley-As'candidate lor A large crowd which packed the Court years. Shohad a prejudice against the Republican nominatioa lor Jailor House to the door greeted him and cathartics, but as food as she began to use Aycr'8 Pills her health was of Ohio county, subject to the action gave him marked attention. His enI restored." of the Republican party. Mr. Flnley tire effort was directed to a discussion 'is a resident of the Horse Branch vot ol the financial and tariff questions. i.ig precinct and has always been a He made telling hits throughout his Republican, and devoted his masterly address and was enthusias, Strung tui.e nnd talents supporting those tically applauded from time to time. principles. His announcement no Mr. Lewis surprised his many friends doubt will begreete'dby his nuraer- - by his many surperb flights ol orato-ry- . Medal ind Diploma at World'! Fair. His enlogyof McKinley especial-l- y ous fiic nils with much enthusiasm. Tn Ruton Strciytb, tiki Mitt's Sinapirilli was eloquent,nnd its close brought Wednifcdny morning while Mr. R.tf Elliot, ol Warren county, waa forth loud and prolonged cheering. Many ladies were present, and nt Ask to see our Misses Jackets. prepirlng to exercise one of his fine the close of Mr. Lewis' address, a . Carson & Co. trotting mares at the Fair Grounds large and beautiful boquet of roses Alf silk velvets 50c at Fair Bros. 8c she broke loose from him and ran and other fragrant flowers waa predown through the woods and some Co's. way stuck a stick into herself and the sented to him by the ladies of Boys suits 75c tof s ooat Fair Bros entrails came out througli the hole & Co's. His acceptance of and thanks for A physician was called i and the See Fair Bros. & Co's Jxctets and rnare was thrown down but nothing their token of esteem, was most ap propriate and captured the ladies. Capes. , could be done for her nnd lie was At at every ' point in this county compelled to nave her killed. The . Whe you come tothe Fair visit CarMr. Lewis was met by large and en '. mare was vitued at $1,000. son &' Co. thusiastic audiences. At Stephenport Fair Bros, & Co. do tho clothing Mr. J. W. Ford has received a letter there was a tremenduous crowd and a business. from Mr. W. C Sadriderson, clerk of glee club of 30 members from Rome, the boat "City of Hartford," in re Indiana, came over and added largely Plaid dress goods ro, is "and 25c at gard to the trade on Hough River. to tUe impressiveness nnd gayety of Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. Lewis has made He says he has gotten the boat the occason. j Prettiest line ol Misses capes shown named for our city and is now mak-in- g votes and friends by his swing around at Fair Bros. & Co's. trips from Kvansville to Llver-inor- the circle in Breckinridge county. .1 Hon. Ben L. Bruner, our Assisaut ami will be ready to enter the 'Priesmeyers shoes are the best.Falr trade on Rough River just as soon as Elector.hasialso'made a thorough canBros. & Co's sell them the lock is completed and will make vass of thiscounty. We did not have No question nbout Fair Bros. & Co'a two trips each week to Hartford the pleasure of hearing him speak, millinery being the prettiest. They are now delivering freight at but we understand that he Is a bright Don't fail to see our Clanks and Ccra,lv6, and nriylettersaddressed to and convincing young speaker, and Capes. the "City of Hrtlord,"care of Frank made telling addresses wherever he Carson & Co. Skin, ng't. at Ey'ansvilte, ind., will spoke. n Overcoat or Two local Popocratlc celebrities unreceive prompt attention. This will tosh call on & Co, be a. great help tp the business men dertook to answer him at two points Lovely line of capes; Jackets and ofjlartloul. in the county, but they were made to j 4 Misses wraps ut Fair Bros. & Co. regret their sults of constipation, and tho efllcucy of Renumber the speaking Monday. By the People of BreckWe have the Goods and Prices to inridge County suit the tines. Carson & Co was Grand. The following, named persons have p td ihtlr subscrjptiqutu Tub fluce cur last Issue: Z. Mnny Domoorats and PopulTtlor. CrouwellJ Henry Field, Hart-lorisms will Support Him. d; LEAST CENTURY JZJSHXTJJ!LTLm DF'jauIEl. 20TII EXPOSITION. Eclipsing Former Events, A A THE! T"S AYER'S ,. Iplgitail m laip Hi r' Association AT j'-- . Pop-ocr- ats PW h GREENVILLE KY., Pet 14, Iq, Ifc and I? The acme of perpection, acres oi shady grove. breeze-swept AYER'S Cathartic Pills Hard-insbu- rg. e, Liberal Premiums m Every Department. TRAP SHOOTING SPEED RINGS On Friday and Saturday. Magnificent pure food exhibition, Grand display of flowers and vegetables. Special attractions the like of which you never saw before. Live stock department will be unexcelled. The poultry show will be a complete exhibition of itself. Exhibits of women's work, Magnificent painting, Scholars' work, etc.,etc. Races and band concert every day. Sports, games of all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with plenty of water. BALLOON ASCENSION ETXXT-mJL.XE- S, EACHHY For promium list and othor information address tho Sec'y. "OT.Hu Mcln-Carso- Secy. Establiscd Our Cloaks and Capes are ready. for inspection. , CAitsoN Co. We boiight our Shoes and Boots at hard time prices. Carson & Co. and selLon accredit ' , .. " r ;' . & Jiartfbrd Sample of fashion.- - Mr. and Mrs. J T, Morgan, Maxwell, gave uan pleasaiStc'all Saturday. Speaking at the Court House next Friday, Opt, 9 Gov. Bradley will speak. &' fEstix Bros- New fall dress goods Sz, Co. Proprietors, at Carson & Come in and see our big new tcck. CARI.ON & Co Co's. v. r Remember Bullington when you your machine needles, oil, &c, want a good shave or hair cut. ofGross Williams. All wool serge, 50 incurs wide-b- lue Remember Bullington, the barber, and black 50 cents at Carcqn & during Fair week. Co's. ye have trimmings ol every deGive us a call whtn you want let scription. Carson & Co. SUs.fac-tio- n terheads, envelopes, &c. Teachers, when in need ol grndo guaranteed, crada will please give us a call. We hav; a fine line ol teachers' Remember when in need of grade grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. them, cheap. cards wo can iurnlsh Send in your orders IjjrYhen you come to the Fair go lm Our Job Department is always House and .. met! lately to the Hartford 'ready to do your Job work for you at you will be taken care ol while here.- the lowest cash'flgures. t The Hartford House invites you to Silk velvet black, blue, green, cotue and get your dinner when in brown and cardinal 75 cent per "town. Yuu.w ill get the very best the yard. Carson & Co market affords Remember we tike in old Sewing lys II Black's grocery store. Js Machines ns paft piy on our New Singers. Gross Williams Auent. chock lull of the very best and Give him a call when (n town.next Monday. . fBuy llrick fo Mule. I have a fine lot of first-cla- ss brick When you come to the Fair, dome for sale at Hartford, Ky. Parties and buy a nice Wrap at Carson & needing brick lor any purpose willdo well to call on or address me at the Co's. above place before purchasing else Hon C. M. Barnett will spnk at where. All orders filled promptly at Baizetown on Saturday v October 17, most reasonableprlces. Your patronat 1 o'clock p. m. . 1896 age solicited, Respectlully. New clothing, new hats, new dress 4tl . E. I. Herring. goods, new everything', thnt yoil l.onl! might want at Carson iCo'a, One pilxed Bird and Shepherd dog, The biggest and ciicapebt lineol white about eye4 and neck, nbout 7 Diess Goods ever opened in Hartford. months old, goes byname of "Ring," Cass.on & Co. strayed oil on September 4th. He has one glass eye and one black eye. Thos H. Black, has received a Cne Finder will be reasonably rewarded new line of glassware ncd , rjupeus-warby returning him to me. Prices are right and goods ate Jamrs.A. Thomas, the best. Hnrtlord, Ky. J J e. - Mrs. J. F. Vickers fcud Mlss.Vr-g- ie What you want when you are ailing Smith, Owcnaboio, were tile is n uiedicinethat willcure you. Try gnests of Mrs. Hcber Matthews the Hood's Srsapirlla and be convinced first of the week. of its merit. Mr. Jas, Eudaly, of Cernlvo. met with quite a serious accident while workinr on a barn neir'.Ccntertown. i m He fell and broke botli bones of his" Speaking pet. 9. OHIO COUNTY FAIR lelt leg near the ankle last Friday. Marriage licence: Ellis O Onnnon to Florence King, He nun RsndcrHo Opened s. Yesterday with Bright Prospoota. ,1 I ' The Hartford. Hoiise is well prepar-ed tp entertain' guests during the s Fair week and if you want go there. treatment 1 , first-clar- Growing Children Wilson, W M. linujto T rial Al ce Robey, J. A Tnlrdji Mrs, Mat-ti- e Yesterday was a beautiful day, and May, Rtdlord Deau tu Ida Hine. the prospects for a successful Fair are SUieW. I i 31 Vfby be hoodwinked into buying a Cheap John Sewing Midline, when, yoli can buy the best on earth (Sing-- 1 erj'by paying 5.00 down and J3.00 every month till paid. Remember there-i-s d only one agent in Ohio that is Gross Williams, Hart- ojd, Ky touu-tyfan- ( , Bender comes to us highly rcc Rtmcrrded as Painless Dentist atl(l a thorough workman in all the' branches ol his profession. Ho extracts, crowns and Alls teeth without ' paln'aud makes the proposition If ypu, ' are not satUGed he will make 'no1 charge, ' At Hartford House Monday, aepi. to, remammg one weet. -- .. tU. '- Mr, Wj- B DeHYu has located Ip HartterH.iaud is J'do all kinds ol toc inmo'ti1 work. Ho Is s workman and. guarantees J & gsfUfactfon. Hlft work on the Court . House leue. has been highly com" rnendabfe'ol his skill in the art of cutting stone, He will highly op. JDr. prtwd One-thir- d' o! all the children die before they arc five years old. Most of them die of some wasting: disease. They wow very slowly i keep thin in flesh t are fretful 1 food does not do them much good. You can't say they have any disease, yet they never prosper. A slight cold; or some stomach and bowel troutle takes them away easily. SCOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-livOil with Hypophos-phlte- s Is Just the remedy for growing children. It makes hard flesh t sound flesh J not soft, flabby fat. It makes strong bones, healthy nerves-I- t changes poor children to children rich in prosperity. er first-clas- Book aiout it frt for tfw asking. I3T No tuUUtuU for Scott's Emotion will do for the children whit we know Scott's ErauUon will do. Get theceauhic. For sU by all druggbU at 50c sad predate your patronage, 831 SCOTT A BOWNE, Niw Ywk crowd was entertained ,by a game of ,bnse ball nnd mule rings. Mules 3 years and over Jno. P. F'sUr pscmlum; Theo. Sowders certificate. Mules. I year old and under 3 G, W, Sowders, premium, A. D. Hocker certificate Best pair of mules G, W. Sowders Everywhere In Ohio cou.ity tint Hon. Jno. W, Lewis spoke this wctk premium; Jno Duval! certificate. Bet jack any age Jnof P. Foster, he was greeted with larpe audiences, ' ptcmluiu, which clearly shows that the people I SADPf.K HORSE3. are not golng-of- f after lilse Gods nnd Stallion 4 years old and over C. free silver fanaticisms, but 'nte'golng M Smith, premium; W. S. Nichols, to vote to return Mr Lewis to ' Con- cwtlBcite. Stallion gress. He had large crowds at Bell's premium . under 4 Theo. Sowders, .. Rock-po- rt Ruuj McIIenry, Ceptertown, Mates 4 yenrs old nnd over W, S. and Roslne, Qhlo county will Nichols, prernlum;C. M. Smith, certificate give him an Inccreased maiority. Muro uuHer 4 years old W. 8. There are three or lour boys be- Nichnis, premium; J. 3, Vlttlto, certween the ages of five and ten years tificate and one girl aged three at the alms, M Gelding 4 vears old nnd over C. Smith, premium; W. S. Nichols, house, all intelligent and btlcht. certificate. Responsible parties may adopt ir Gelding under 4 W. S. Nichols, otherwise take control ol them, bv np Premium; 15, F Dames, certificate. The ball game was wou by the plying to poorhouse commix-inneriteam. Judge J. P. iforton. Cuuntj Attorney Williams Mined race won by Oue linlt mile E. P, Neu! and Dr E W Ford, "Sivuty C," owned by Geo. Thonip-son- . 10 3t. 1, Mr. T, J, Morton, a former student of Hartford College Ins been appointed tns.inctor of the Freshnmri class in chemistry In De Paw UuiverMty. Green Castle, Ind. Mr Motton went to Green Castle to attend school, and the position was offered hlui, winch he accepted, very bright. Yesterday morning the t W. D. Cushmnn. O. B. Circuit W. C. Hayes. Yelvington C. W. Hesson. Rome J. T. McCormJck. Calhoun Silas Newtou, Beech Grove E. M Tibbons. Hartford James S. Chandler, Ilawesvillc U. G. Foote wouldJ'iRWiJlate with them any Patevllle Mission C. F. Williams. more', HWtifactionsof the Iree Cloverport S G. Shelley, silver roSrVtftij$vrnmittee were enough to. disgust?a1iy Ceralvo J. II. Richardson. Populist. Lewlsport F. M. Petty. Fordsvllle J. P. Hognrd. N.wlliit Hnelira. ' South Carrollton II you are thinking of buying one, R. Y. Thomas. call on or write tqQross Williams and Llvermore R. C. Alexander. lat- let him bring you one ol the Roslne -- uvy tow fcJiugeio aicjuakvvutw Tleasant T. P. Roland. Black. Ridge C. C. - " What Think you ot This? for anything. Pins nnd needles ic paper, 3 calces Rev. J. C. Brandon hos been trans61bj best greeu good wash soap 5c. Bullington is prepared to give you ferred from the Ceralvo circuit to coffee $t. Ladles and gents good ev- a good shave or shampoo, Slaughterville, nnd Rev. A, E. Bareryday shoes 98c. Good winter goots rett has been stationed at Dirdstoun. Awarded $1,3:1. Best oil cloth 19c. Good chair Rev. R, D. Bennett hns been staDouble cane seat chair $3. HigbMt Honors World' Fair. tioned nt Tolu in the Princeton Dis2 set. trict. Rev. E. E. Pate is stationed Good bedstead $1.50, Finest Maple at Br andenburg, bedt,teads $3 to $6. Double fold wool filllog worsted ice. All wool serge 35c. Finest silk cshraere3Sc Misses and tadies all Wool jackets $r, Misses Misses fancy 250. capa 10 and joc and up, Fancy Main-stree-- They were soundly spanked by the young Republican champion, to the great delight of his friends. The Democrats had a big "blowout." at Kirk last Saturday. A twen-foflag pole waa raised and then the crowd retired to a shady spot and were addressed by Mr. J. K. Lemon, a prominent Popocrnt of this county, and Judge Mercer, who is a big man In the camp of the Bryanites. Both speakers thrashed over, old straws, and while their efforts were quite creditable, they made no votes, and established very clearly the fact that they were trying to boltser up a woed and delapldated cause. The Popocrats are badly rattled in this county and are ready to make deals of any sort with any one, to save themselves. The Republicans of this county will hare a grand rally here on the 12th of October. Attorney General Taylor will be the orator of the day, and will be greeted by the largest crowd ever assembled at this place, to here a political speaker. There was much soreness here among Popocrats over the treatment received by Hon. D. R. Murray at Elizabethtown, If Mr, Murray had remalnedbn the track many Populists would have voted for him. But as Mr.Smlth has been declared the nominee by the State Central Committee, the Popocrats of the county will go for him. The Populists however have no love for Smith and will not support him. Mr. Lewis will therefore carry the county by a majority ot about 500. Robin Hood. ot BR"2"AH& STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Shorthand, Telegraphy, 18G1. Institute. Offers unsurpassed advantages for securing a Practical Business Education. No other school North or South, possesses equal facilities for locating young men in positions in the South, southswest and west. Write for ca- talogueFree. Address, BRYANT & STRATTON, Louisville KING'S GOMMERCIAL S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE ESm.tira,n.o on stla , - Louisville, . Ky. Affords the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTnnd Success assured ,in HAND, Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Terms moderate. THREE MONTHS. Business men furnished Stenographers FREE OP when competent. CHARGE. TYPE-WRITINBOOK-KEEPIN- J3XTQ. lions. N T. Howard, of Morgan- town, and CM. Barnett of this place, addressed a large crowd at Beaver Dam last Friday night In the interest ot McKinley and sound money. The crowd was very enthusiastic and frequently cheered the speakers, a large McKinley and Hobart Club was organized. When the names were called for Mr. Walker M. Stevens, one of the Populists leaders, arose and asked that his name be enrolled as a member, giving his reasons for so doing be said the Populist party had been .g&hVut by their leaders, nnd he ! JBLIJJCa-- 3rPyl3aAanlgniiK-titii- - New . The methodlst Conference has adjourned which has been in session at Hopkinsville. The following assignments were made for the Owensboro District: G. H. Hayes, Presiding Elder. Settle Chapel G. W. Briggs. 1 41 Gov. W. O. Bradley will speak at the Court House Oct. 9. -- v$ DR; shlrta 40c, Sailors and hats trimmed any style ajc aud up. Young wen'n tourist hats 75c to $(.25. Boys and men Somerset saddles $1.75 and $3. Ladles Morgan tree saddle 3, Loaded shell 3oc- - Adkins thin back saw 35c tot. I5S.00 sewing machine for $z oo, Mm BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. Speaking at tho Court Houso Oct. 9. Gov. Bradley, Hons. F. H. Rohorts and C. M. Barnett will speak. Everybody invited. inumiiii in in Uiuui ami vrbi.ijr Ei ablll to bar ooa of mr booat ou tott itu-Ki- t. AiMrMi 11. M. Woollir, Atlanta, tta., and on will I taut u ItM. I watt ereri r man anil woman In the Unite minou. Jones & Morehead, TI.KASANT RlDOIt, Ky, pure Grap Creim of Tartu Powder. Frc from Ammonia, Alumorsny othwadulttrant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. - mu&iz fpfrwmwftjmw. No Hartford Republican Friday, OctonitR a, 1896. General Directory. GovernorWilliam 8TATK 01'FICIAI.S. i i " -- - -- J "a SB PAINLESS DENTISTRY Gas' """No Cocalno rOWDERLY'S POSITION. Lieut. Governor O. Bratlloy. W. J. Worth fJo More fiear of the Rental Qhair. TEETH EXTRACTED FREE OF OHAKQE AND WITHOUT PAIN BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 AND 0:30 O'CLOCK A. M. Socrelaryo'f State Charles Finley. Attornoy General W. S. Taylor. Workman Tollo Why Auditor Samuel Il.Sloue. , Ho le Oppoood to Froo Oolnngo. Treasurer Goo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, HorWoolil Not Help Worklng-iie- n I'hdIo ticulture Statistics Lucas nnd Would Kollow llran' Klectlon, and Moore. I'anlc la Toor lath to Superintendent Public lustruction-Gc- o. a'roeperttr. M. Davison. Thorn who moko light of what le termed tho silver craw cannot, I Imagine, have given tho subject a great deal of thought. For many years tho silver men have been nctlve In spread Ing tho gospel of free coinage. By Incessant labor throe BllvcrsmltliR have succeeded In committing some Industrial organisations to the advocacy of free and unlimited coinage at tho ratio of sixteen to one. They hnvo so Industriously circulated tho story of "tbo crime of 1673,M that tho belief that silver was stealthily and surreptitiously demonetized has gained great head way, and the means of disproving thclrstnte-men- ta aro not accessible to many. A fact lost sight of Is that thoso who hao exposed the alleged crime were themselves criminals. They sat in congress when tho bill wos passed, they s took part In tho debates and by aided In the passage of the act. Tho free coinage measure Is not a labor measure, but by skillful juggling with many hnvo Industrial organizations been broken up In consequence, of other demands being set aside for that of f reo coinage. Had tho men who discovered the "crime" not been owners of silver mlnca, or did they not wish to unload stock In silver properties on the unwary, no ono would have hcanl mora ol tho act of 1873. Oo carefully over Mr. Bryan's speeches and you do not find a slnglo labor measure championed. During my 27 years' connection with labor organizations, I never heard the name of Mr. Bryan until about two or three years ago. He is vouched for by no one; ho nominated klmeelf In a speech about crucifying labor upon a cross of gold, but his only solution of the difficulty is to break the bones nf labor upon a rack of silver. Ho says the purchasing power of tho gold dollar has doubled. Is not that a gain to labor? If It will buy twice as much wheat, corn, or potatoes as before, will not the fanner buy twice as much of what h requires with the gold dollar silver dollar. He than with the does not say that while the gold dollar will buy 100 cents' worth of produce, the silver dollar and the paper dollar which this government has pledged Its honor, and tho honor of every loyol citizen, to maintain on a parity with gold, will buy just as much as tho gold dollar. Mr. Bryan speaks only for tho silver men. He known their wants, but baa never famlllarlzeed himself with tho wants of the Industrialists of the nation, lie suggests no method of diffusing the products of the farm among tho needy or of securing to the needy tho means of procuring what tho farmer produces. He has not realized that through tho introduction of electricity as a substimillions of horses tute for horse-powhave ben disponed of, and the loss to the farmers, In a lack of demand for oats and hay, has gone Into hundreds of millions. How will free kIIvot create n demand for oats and hay? He speaks of gold plutocrats lording It over the people, but does not explain how a gold plutocrat Is any worse thanaslhcronc. He would exchange one set of plutocrats for another, nnd In doing bo establish the rule of the minority, who have already been favored more than any other. no would change the constitution of the United States In some particulars, but If he ever succeeds In opening the door for a change the place to begin Is in the state of Nevada, the home of this agitation for the elevation of the single silver standard. Nevada has a population of less than 40,000. My home, the city of Scranton, has a population of 115,000. TakeM.OOO, or double the population of Nevada, from the population of Scranton and we have 23,000 people, or city. No. enough to mako a voda has two senators to shout for silver, while tho city of Scranton has no representative In tho senate to boom our coal. Iron or steel and demand of the government to double the, value of thou-votcer good-sized SEE THAT THE FAC-S1M1- LE ii.n ! iiniiiTi iiu 'n.iiiiiiWtwiiiiiiiiifiii iIiiiH.Ii' Register Land Office Cbas. Reynold. O. AeciaUoPrcpara(IonrorAa slmilatlnglltfroodatKincula SIGNATURE OP Rlpana Tabulos. Ill pans Tabulos euro nausea, Itlpans Tabuleal at druKglsUi. lllpans Tabulos cure illsslnesa. It I pan a Tabulca euro headache, lllpans TabuUs cure flatulent, lllpans Tabulca euro ilyspjpsla. Itlpans Tabulca assist dictation. Itlpans Tabules cure baa br.ilti, lllpans Tabulca euro blltousnsst. Itlpans Tabulesi ono rItm relief. Itlpans Tabules euro InutgMtlou. lllpans Tabulca euro torpid llrar. Itlpans Tabules: gontU cathartic. Hlpnns Tabulrn cure constipation. Hlpana Tabules for sour stomach. Htpann Tabules- pleasant laxative, lllpana Tabulca euro llvor troubles. "I BnglheStamadaanllkmbof Insurnnco Bureau Coramissionor-- D, W. Comingore. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. 1UILR0AD COMMISSIONERS. lTDin(Jte3T)1ficsn(m,C.iectrul-ttcs- s Juo C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H. 8. Irwiu. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONQRESMOXAL. Not NAiic otic. nodIfc3t.Conta.Tt3 neither qrrtum.MorphlnC nor Mineral. &0Z IS ON THE M CarMtf, lion. m Trd-Mr- ad jkfmtYOdirSfNcamBBa .JW- - WRAPPER OF EYEBY Senators Hon. William 0. Lindsay, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. BTATE Sud moJ'L drin or pbokx, W. kdriM, 11 t..uM kx, lr. tt (hurt. Oar (M MX Jm till mimI b Mrar-" Ho to ObuJa hNtu," wM A cnt of mud. Ill IM U. S. ud krtlft cwutftM KBt fraa. Aiimt, -4. rm-MLl- T. 0u0rneiOTOiTtU. ulMaiKiii MiiitU lm Urnt remon Iron Wuhlnt too. .rTi-iTOpn- MtotMTt .i Fit. lata Umm ebuliwd 4 mr ii H rt- - .... U.A.SNUWAUO. Or. Patent Omn, VAtMiNTM. d. . LEGISLATURE. CJf" 'rOOST I BOTTUGB. OB1 Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Barnott. OHIO COUNTY. Hon, W. T.Owen, Judgo- - Owons- boro. Hon, J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Uwcnsboro. . CIRCUIT COURT. Apcrfeet Remedy for Cons Worms ,Cormilsions.Fevcrih-tws- s andLosaorStium NEW "YORK. CASTORIA ! tnttl nlr. It Outeri li rat is la li act sold la bill. Doa't allow ujtn M 111 It tot aiTtllsg elit oa tit ! ct praml U "Jut u mod" ani "will iimt rmr nt Be thst jrx gtt pot.' --- GRDVEB DR. E. P. BENDER j The Famous Surgeon Of National Reputation, formerly President oftboCoi lunibus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will boat tbo "fcsSimib Signature of Hartford House, Monday, September 23th, remaining until Saturday, tober 3, inclusive. XXa:rt0:rcaL, ISLST-- , Oc- T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustco Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Sarauol Keowu Hartford Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. tit nr EXACT COPT f WRAPPER. ilall Ifntot If bra TUT TTtl-- DR. BENDER has been connected with some of tbo largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in this country, Ho is prepared to and baa no superior m his profession. extract, crown and fill teeth without pain, and without ether, tho use of gas, cocaine, odontunder, chloroform, agents, but by a methelectricity, or any od invented by Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, who is the easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United States today so acknowledged by tho dental When he causes pain in operation profession at largo. Bleep-produc- Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third' Monday in May and November two weeks. COUKTV RALLY BOUND THE FLAG -- TASTELESS I!OR COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Htrttord. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday each month. QUARTERLT COURT. SOUND MONEY. 4m TDNIC 18 Xaauuo aa yoaf Toola. C HILL JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTi. xearatnilr. Becins on tho third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLA1M8. 'sfTWMkrH makes no charges. Convenes first Monday in in October. OTHER COUNTY January, TEETH $5. BESTTEETHS8. Fillings with all kinds of Materials and without and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday OFFICERS. G. S.Fitzhugb, pain at roasonablo cost. Survoyor Sulphur Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of these aches and pains ono must commence at the origin, which are the teeth and gums, which is only cured by the skillful treatment of a dentist. Those who are of a nervous and delicato condition can come and bavo teeth extracted and filled and feel as calm as if they had no work performed. DR. BENDER guarantees all work .'and does as he ad vertises. Como early and avoid the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. ni. each day. Consultation Free hours, 8:30 to 9:30 o'clock each day. free. Springs. N. O. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. ShulU, School Supt, Hartford. P 11 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouso Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. 4AJ XMRL- - E3- HP- - 3SE33NTIJiiJbt, Louisville, Kentucky, - 'fa&oziiisn&irJur Hou. J. S. R. Wedding, Elector for the 4th Congressional Dlstiict on the Republican ticket, has made out the following list of appointments to Hartford, Kentucky. speak in the District: FALL term begins August 31, 1896, Greensburg, Oct. 6. at her home for the reception of Cainpbellsville, Oct. 7. Special Thorough training. Lebanon, Oct. 8 attentiou given to young pupils. Terms as usual. Your patronage Shepherdsville, Oct. 9. Public Hprnklnft. Fordsville. J. A. Bowling Barrett's Ferry, March 21, Juno 20, September 19, December 1.9 Buford. Ben F. Graves March 26, Juno 25, September 24, December 24. Address all orders to the Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, June 4, September 3, December 3. Rosijje. C. L. Woodward March 13, Juno 12, September 11, DKLy- December 11. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes Cromwell Jont B. Wilson Room 2, Tribune Building;. New York City, and sample copy olTIIS March 7, June 7, September 5, De- NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIRUNR will r mailed to von cember 5. t FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Tvr nanicclan addraat, wita ana-- -, Will mako a vigorous and relentless fight through tbo l'nwidential amaastlallr. DR. SNYDER. SESESfiBfSiSle '. campaign, lor priuciplas which will bring proerity to the cntir 4 country. Its campaign news and discutsious will interest and should be R.I.P.AN-read by every Americau citiren. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both papers S THE LEADING NATIONAL II iome Prosperity. y o AtATtA, lixa.. Hot. X IMS. Id.u, Ma. ino -- nun . ..'v flROVB'a -.TASTHI.riMS CHILI. TOntO an.1 kaT ho.ihllhr- sro.lr.47lhl. j.m. la.linafaa. hiuiaaM. aara lha rri.nc af li )Hn,li ra.. drac aairna aaaw ta aar.r nM an artt.la loal TV M"Wta Co.. St. WARRANTED. PRICK OOott. iyitttyitV r r y REPUBLICAN -- -- - i, .' For sale by Williams ft Bell. a. . .i r toiler rniillUlllH a a faa aWnraarflrluiol SO rwtr .invlRiM. Avir,CiaaO LCATFOLKS Cimu .alamnf. dana and rM.rel bMilk and imi vrlatl-a- rr H. akTrflMU or iMtraUno lrn baai-M- a lm -. I ladi. lixlnr- Ik llwuucda t PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL marlnhav T ABULES LIVER AND BOWELS a $1.25 ONE YEAR Ian. AdvanoQ RCaULATK THC STOMACH, AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. UAKTFOKJJ RRPUKL1CAN. aia hHwi laAltfU.. IIulu.r.ullHIIn.ljimdhCkml, far KJPANa TABCLXS ar. la. VmS K BIUmimm. Harttorca., DMaUfT, OfaMl.a BrMla, aa4 aH 41a Hara U. Ut ml Baa-a- t, uSAaa. TMM aoaUla aMalw WatWa. aa tb dui. ,Hafai,.w. aiiO. riUmMii '"le-oUv.Ai'aaa.- .-. ajaa arrfut. or Pf xaau. aaaiaai go, ins niPAna chcmioalcm. u meet mxrr. key tou: ,VUss Aargaret Hal ojk.mvoTtzcjL. Louisville Dental $1.00 FOE fOITti PHOTOGrBAPH. C., Vrrtuaui a lottor eorcrlng those threo yolnt: Fiitsr.5tato bow Ion ffjou bare known, or need, or sold "Dr. M. A. Sim mons Urer Medicine." Szcomd. State diseases you hare known It to euro and give tho names of thoso cured by, it. Thikd. Olvo your opinion aa to the difference botween Its strength and action, and the strength and action of the "Ltrer Regulator" mado by J. II. Zellln S Co., and tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Modlcino Co : both of wliich haro sold to dcalors at 0 or 7 cents per package not, and should retail at not orcr 10 or 13 cants, if consumors aro not imposed upon, while our Original article cannot bo sold at less than 'J3 cents per packago, aa wo have too much for human llfo to tno cheap drug's in any of our medicines. Tho reason Is plain; Zrllin & Co. nnd tho old proprietors of "Black Draught" wero both onjolnod from deceiving tho public by using tho words constituting our trado namo ; therefore, look out that somo dealer (not knowing you aro posted) don't soil you somo cheap package at n profit of flOO or 400 percent., Instead of ourGonuino "Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine," which you do sure to specify, and tako uo other, as thoro is nothing clio llko It. On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you freo of charge, a II. 09 package Liver Medicine, oron receipt of letter without photograph, wo will mail you n S3 cont package, free. Sfo tho ailment., caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Llvor, Stomach, and Bowels, which Dr. M.A.Simmons Liver Modlcino has invariably cured slnco 1S40. Stcs Headache. I'ali'itatiox or tub Hkart. Drowsiness. Irritaiiiu-rr- . Lnbjowtioh. Coi.d Fket. EsLAnooiEXT oir Liver & SrLEKje. Low Spirits. Ge.ieiul Lassitude. Dullkess. IlEAvntEss. TiKKD Fxdlino. Sotm Stomach. Bad Taste j.t Mouth. Cosstipated Bow & ErES Yellow aw.-S- kih Biliousness. Loss or Stuekoth & FLEsn Sleei-i.t33Nis3. jPUIQ TEACEERf s. THHi ; QUICKEST BtTWtCN , Mr. Bryan, if he has not been misquoted, admits that If he Is elected this Free 64. page medical reference country will bo plunged Into a frightful book to any person afflicted with any panic. I believe be speaks tho truth, special, chronic or delicate disease for there appears to be no way to avoid peculiar to their sex. Address the It If free and unlimited coinage of silver leading physicians and surgeons of prevails. tlifu- the United States, Dr. Hathaway & I was ono of tho victims of the panlo mill Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. alrutu of 1873, and I know hundreds of others who have never recovered from Its effect!. If the American people aro wlso SEDRALQIA cured bv Dr. Mil.' Pam will Improve the (mi "Ono con. a dose-- AtnlturusKltla they standard without present moneplunging the tary - country Into another panic. any man or any newspaper telki It He must be a poor statesman Indeed jou that tho St. IxhiIs platform pro- who can point ou t tho road to prosperity nounces far gold monometallism hi or ' only through a panic. And unless tho It docs serious vlolonca to tho truth. American people have lost their senses That platform declares In favor of pa they will not entrust power to so Inextrlotlo bimetallism. perienced a man advocating suah unreasonable demands. T. V. Powdcrly, Tho cflort of Candidate Bryan anJ 10 um a. 1. norm. tho popocratla leaders to array labor Tho Common People. and capital against each other, though Candidate W. J, Bryan Is continually X predestined to deserved failure, Is still tha worst piece of political criminality talking about the common people. What aoea ho mean by the common peoupon record. Republican Ticket. ple? And what are common pcoplo? people are The popocrotlo candidate saya that Does ho meon that the campaign for frca Biker le a great, common and those for true, bimetallism ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. aro uncommon? Is he trying to adopt humanitarian movement, and mean-whi"class" politics? We are all freo AmeriNalwb Stewart, his continues to pay his printers) cans and when any candidate makesap-peal- s I'or I'rralftrnf. for the rich against tbo poor, or to nine dollars a week. WILLIAM McKINLEV, the poor against the rich, ho always gets of Ohio. left. Some of the poorest men financialMr. Bryan says that tho United Sta teals largo enough to fix Its own money ly aro the most prominent In the nation, for Vice I'rraltleiit, standard regardless of tho world. And nnd some of the richest aro the poorest It would GARRETT A. HOBART, yet China, with flvo or six times the In morality and brains. sound much better If Mr. Bryan would population, is unable to do I U Evidentof New Jersey. appeal to American citizens instead of ly history has no terrors for some men. the "common" people. We are as n naTor ('oiJurrn, tion either all common or there Is nothIn speaking of Mr. Bryan. It should JOHN W. LEWIS. not lio forgotten that ho helped to frnnvi ing common about us. Wo think it Is the Wilson tariff law, which closed the latter. Dwlght (III.) From 4th District of Kentucky. more shops uml threw mora men out of ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. employment than any other ono piece l OiutmMit lor nlarrh Hint 1 Meaeitrj At Large-- O. S. Demiug, Mt. Oli- of legislation In the wholo history of as mercury will surely destroy the J the country. vet. sense 01 smew nnacompiciciyucrungc At Large S. II. Kash, ManchesAs tho result of a careful poll, tho the whole sy.stem when entering It ter. New York IJernld estimates that throush the mucous surfaces, Such First District W. S. Mason, of majority In New York will bo articles should never be used except May field. In the neighborhood of 20COO, May on prescriptions from reputable phySecond District Georgo II. Tow-er- y, be tho Herald understates Hhj case, but sicians, as the damage they will do is the figures named will answer an prac- ten fold to the good you can possibly of Dixon. derive from them Hall's Catarrh Third District J. F. Taylor, of tical purposes. Cure, manufactured by V. J. Cheney Glasgow. If the farmers really want to prospes & Co , Toledo, O , contains no merFourth District- -J. 8. R. Wedding, why don't they get a law pansod cury, and Is taken Internally, acting of Hartford. that the government shall directly upon the blood and mucous Filth District-Cha- rles S. Stiglitz, all tbo wheat and corn they rotso surfaces ol the system. In buying of Louisville. at tho uniform price of ono dollar a Hall's Catntrh Cure be sure you get B. Wallace, of bushel? They ought to have bh good Sixth District-- D. the genuine. It is taken internally, WarsaYr. a chance at the treasury as the rains and made Jn'folrdo, Ohio, by P.J, Sovcuth District John L, Busley, owners. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. of Paris. Sold by Druggists price 75c. per Men who hava mony In savings District-- N. Daniel Miles, Eighth 7 4t bottle banks, men who haw pcptlooa, credof Nicliolavllle. Hall's Pamily PilU are the bent itors of alt kinds, ckrhs wttb nxctl'fflt Ninth District Robert Buckloy, of arlra and worklngmen with rrirtihir Mt Olivet wages wDl all be rtiffererB should th Clubs of Ohio The Republican Teutli District J, I) Miucuin, of democrat!.) policy of silver monomotal-Itw- n ci unty arc it quested to furnish the aeksou. bo carried out tmless, Indeed, It Eleventh District II, Q. Trimble, should Ixi carried out on a stretcher In proceedings of their meetings to Rlvl'UllI.lCAM. November and burled. of Boiuertet. Bardstown, Oct. 10. Leitchfield, Oct. 13. Fordsville, Oct. 14. Hardinsburg, Oct. 15. Brandenberg, Oct, 16. 5 Gm IIS?ILIEIIEW. Dlract Catioactlan Par CINCINNATI AND THE EAST.;:. . either. I'crsonnl. Direct CaanartlMU to M PtJata h ,, ArkaiuM, Meittcb, " OASTOniA. Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, 2s0S3ii3r3 43-ij- r- 1 1 4 W.M.St. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $s to $ 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how ranch you pay) . $& Gold fillings $1 up Silver filllnjr 75c Extracting--, pel tooth 25c extracting with Vitalized Painless Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Office permanentTeeth are ordered. ly located ' and California. FAST TIMB LIMITED TRAINS.' pviuuh Btirrsr slieritr ', : I ' " 'j . I I freo-slli- cr Ham Miller, bearded seed wheat for sale 140 bushels. Clean High Bribe , le iVJederanean. WANTED SHVER or women AL 8 3t Coatb d Tongue. Pains in Side & under Shoulder Blades. Foul Bbeatii. 'iLniMiiu.so pEroiiKTiir. Etes. Weight in Stomach Arrsa Eattno. Toupid Liver. Flesh Soft & Fladbt. Acutu & Ciikonio Malaria. Bilk cosuito :r in Mouth. Nervous Ubadaches. Meuorit Clouded & Indistinct. Wikd Colic Piles, nr Curuxo Constipation Productno it. Kidnbt Diseases. Fullness or Blood in Hbad. Numbness or IIamds, Arms & Felt. Belch-'n- o ur Gas. Bloatinq or Stomach aiter Food is Taken. Irregular Arr- DIZZINESS UPON HUDDEXLT GETTINO DIMNESS or VISION. .ITE. HEARTDURN. (Ji. SurrocATiHO Sensations. DisroNDKNcr or Pregnant Women. Nausea tlEonn oh After Eatiko. Vertigo. Ykllovt Jaundicb. DsricntNcr or I'erspiration. Female Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches bo Common to Loss or Appetite. Pains & tents in Joimts. Motiuiis. Flatulenct. Uhillt Feelinos Down toe Back. Limbs Feel too Heavt. Cramp Colic Thinness. dxiN Ditr & IlARsn. Bilious Fevers. Paleness. Weaknbs. Detestation or Food. Sudden Flushbs or Heat. General Debilitx or Tcetiiino Children. Dtspepsia. Nervous Depression or Tired Womrn. Unpleasant Dreams, Spittino up or Food Aster Eatino. Diar-riiu- ! a or Children, nr Removino tub Cause. Gnavtino Sensations in Stomach. PurriNESi & Dark Rings Under the Etes. That Restless "Out or Sorts," Not. Sick axd Not Well Feeling, bo Common with Pr.on.n. It Builds up Wr uc & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pale avd F.NrEBDLKD Children, r.r Pr.nrECTLr Reoulatino the Action or tub Kidnets) Liver, Stomach & Bowels, bo that all fooh vken is naturally assimilate. 0. F, SIMM0N3 HEDIODIE 00i'rops ST. LOUIS, M0. -Fret-rtrLNc- ss Over-worked Write tot Inronsatlon to tha Mrea a(at al f tb Cbaaak, Ohla 4k SaiKkwaatarN' R. M. J0HM ECHOLS. Oral Manga. 'X at HATCH;;, " "Owl raaa.Act, LOUIBVILLC KY.' morlcan Stoam LaundrjB PBivoirroaT, K.Y,, Does tha finest work of any latindrv in Kontuckr, Tha work is all guaranteed. Goods are not torn up, hut aro rctnra-c- d ' in good condition. . t Clarence Casebib Habttord Ky. Laundry Shipped on Hon-drt-ri roturnod on Friday, Agt. Plar-Heral- to travel for responsible established house in Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position perEnclosed manent. Relerence 'Iho stamped envelope National. Star Building, Chicago. Ken-luck- SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY OOINO TO THC LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, . In (be Ave, Theater Building, on 4lb bet. Qreca & Waknrt wti.ro jou can Iisto joar dcalal wock dona better and for leaa moatf tbait I Tlil I. Ilia pl aay ntlitr nftlre In Ilia South. Kitty oparalvr In tbl- - o0e la aa eapett rtaduald of not lea. than (ramfnibar mi .Ind.aU) capnbla and miliar te irtto Ttm inr adrlco pea uloldp tocltta-rjo- ar ntnrl or artlllclal leath, Wamakacr.-- y branch ofdmu.try a, apectaHy. ta fit and aralaat brtakaira for ftra yeata. A Hail i of teeth on -- abbcf, J3.00, written aaarant-- a siren wliheTM'j act. Cold niuiai.uu ana on! Pata niiTer fllllaea, 15c an nih.p nli.lle dlllnira. Of. Oar crown and bridge work, or teeth wltboat plataa aro aa arm, and at orleaa lower tban thalo-rea- t. natar.1 ur.,. .mH rvleKikl. We can extract Tonr taeih and nut In new one aame U. Teeth eatraeted. He. and ab? aolntelr wllhoat pain. Yea can make appointment by Bull. All couealatloa freov A ledr at trajeln atirndance, at rume C011I-1I1- I'rraon who t'nn'1 Yule Any votei having moved into this county from another Stale since last November election day is not entitled Noinn NOTIOtX OUR PRICES. pro-eldi- pur-eha- to a vote Nov 3rd 1896 Any voter that has moved Into this county from another countv in this State since the btcond day ol May 1896 is nut entitled to a vote Nov. 3rd 1895 Any voter residing in this county who has changed Ills residence from one election precinct to another since Thursday Sept 3rd 1896, or who doea so move before election day, Nov. 3rd 1896 will not he entitled to a vote on said clecllott day. Election officers and nil honest voters ah'itild see tint only leal votes are polled. IUDIW Wanted-- An Idea MIM must t to tact your I'uit (hr wr tno( tou wMlih. . Jrtltin WKIJUBIll IBM OO.K.Ual Lttpr. .. tlh. ' LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS. In the Avcnuo Theater Dultdlnp;, 4th ATH AT WR CAff SjilU YO- U- St., bet. Qreen and Walnut Bell's Drug Store. teetn- KENTUCKY, inv mnti kit Amdn Price of Dental Operations, wast Office over Will laws 4c reasonable. In nrt-rvi- DENTIST 1IARTPORD, In rln : v Vitalized air or laughing air aJ- mlnisteretl for nainles extraeUtB it . ' -- MORE HARDWARE FOR $1.00'THAN ANY OTIinR II0U30 IN TUB CITY. Michigan Steel Ranees lead all fir beauty, Durability! iroo'l Jewell C00V 8tovea lead Cookers, Best Ilaleen, use little Inel Heating Stoves ofall alt others. Prices to nut tlie TIN(RS Kinds. Hall"! and I'encinir Wire; Iron and Steel Roofing! also see-- our New Rock Asphalt Roofing; needs no painting fqrTEN Examine It or write to us tor p.itlculurs. Agents lor venrs. 'ORANOIJ" powder nnd amunltloii. Ti I ouUhik M, Watahiiteii, p. O., for Ibelr l.M ICIM Mar )lt of iwo Infaifl lu'ealUv wa&led. Akk. fAMit - L- - KiU ASteitLer- - No6.i1tt,8t' Wh anfTar wltlt raHrrha.'rnllaaail Ladrinna whoa TASATivb Msntia Qurimsy wlU caN.rqg; i uoca noi'prooacti.iaej ringing iB,wa head like Sulphatt of Quinine.. Pat up in .tablet eeirilear for taklar, Gnaranteed to.caMt.'V.woney jWaaJ, ed. Price, s CeHtofor m1 by ' Wllllatua & Bell, Hartford). K. V, Willlanifl.Bavar Daaj A. 8. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ccntertown; tt. B. Her Co., Rockport. (, V -- "U'. i"Ti