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OciNCRt ICO, Chicago, Becre litr The .a. Hartford Bepublican. OFFICIAL ORGAH OF THE PART? IN SILVER OR GOLD, Bettor tlmn oithor ia a healthy livor. If tho livor h 0. K. tin man is 0. K. His blood is kept pure, his digestion perfect, and ho can enjoy life and act intelligently and patiently upon tho questions of the day. You all know what to tako. You havo known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator UE FOURTH C.N.R...IQM DISTRICT, MS JUtDICAX, REQUIRE. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, L896. CALL TO Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. II. Latest U.S. Gov't Rcptrt Tor sfearly- - I hcx-iIF- 1 CEJisrar-cr"- " POPULISTS Mr. Arnold Wants a Middle-of-the- -, I DELKER 3E3Cuk.XTES J MiPRE TKC3B3 , DKCE-XjI- VEIinrilU.; 31.E J.JCf. o Road Ticket. Time is Short, and What is Done Must be Done Quickly. Bardatovvn, Ky Oct. 4 To all d RoYal Powder ;was353 Baking JaBBBBBBBBaaaB tfv 3bbbbbbbbbV 4BSOI.UTEE.Y PURE SIMPLE SUMS FOR SILVERITCS. 0 0 f 9 S V Si o 0 0 XOO DEe:r Oent. tlxe -- H.sxiaa.siOiaa.es'fc- - - WRITE FOR CA TJlLOG V- L- Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from 1L &TvtfM 1 TKEOILKEI CO., MANUFACTURES, HendrsonsKy ow Populists in Kentucky who are to having theitrotes traded off to the Democrats by our Populist Committee, gteetlng: Brothers, if we ate Populists in enimst we enn only support the principles ol our party nnd candidates for office who honesty represent them. We can notaflord to stultify ourselves bv nbindoning the principles we hold dear, whether we are bidden to do so by the dicker ol a committee or any other authority. y Every Populist in theState of who does not wish to see our party die, who does not wish to see the caue for which we have struggled so hard in the past perish and with it die all hopes of refom in the breasts f our people for years to come, is most earnestly urged to send me his name and address at once. Every Populist who loves principles more than those scheming politicians and that embraces s of the rank and file if he wauts a straight-ou- t electoral ticket to vote for, will please s:nd me his name and address without loMag a moment's time. If we put a straight electoral ticket in the field we must act quickly nnd deKen-tucknine-tenthmiddle-of-the-roa- cisively. I appeal to every middle-of-the-roa- d rr. The tobacco habit grow on a man an til iii nervous sy'tera is seriously aBccted, impsring health, comfort and To quit suddenly is too Idippiaets. severs a shock to tho ayrteru, as tobac- 00 to an invelersta liter becomes a ttiiaulant that his system continually o'raves. "Bnco-Curo" to cuwt Tunsni.r 0bI "lap Tokatre, wniMi usmu HAS QOLD DEPRECIATED? An AbU Aoiwer to a Foetlah 1'opalUt Aaaertloa. Mr. liryon In all bin Hpeecbes Inslsta Uint tlio gold dollar Is "o rUln(f dollur." Tho popullstlo Bcliool of jKilltlcnl coon. oiiiIhU are unanimously of the opinion is a scientific car lor the. tocacco habit, iu all its firm, carefully compounded after tho jorsaula of an eniment Berlin physi-ciawho has ued it in his priralo liraatic sine 187J. without a iailuro. it is purely vegetable ami guaranteed erteclly hannbeis. You can ueo all the tobacco you want while taking as In the Chlengo Itecord soym "Gold ha appreciated 67 per ecnU Silver hos not depreciated, but Is everywhere rcr Krted to Ins able to buy a much as It tlint gold has appreciated. A writer v-- 'Baco-CurIt will notify you wken to stop. We give a written guarantee tn cure permanently any otis with three boxes, or rofaud the Money with 10 per ceut, iutcrest. "Baco--Curis not a substitute, but a wisilifio cure, that cures with-oa- t the aid of will power and with no incenyeuiencs. It leaves the system as pur and free from n cotino as the day you took your first hew or smoke and gained Cared By Baco-Cur- o Thirty pouu d. From hundred of testimonial, tho rijinalsol which arc ou lilo and open toiaspectiou, the foil owing is present o." w -- .it r d. C1ayton,NeTadaCo.,Ark..Jan.28,'95. Ifureka Chemical & Mlg Co., La Crone, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty feafs I used tobacco iu all Us forms. years of that time I For twenty-fiv- e was a great sufferer from general For fifteen aud heart dieea-ytara I tried to quit, but couldn't. I tok vaiious remedies, among others HVTo-Bao.- " "The Indian Tobacco Aatidote." Double Chlorideof Gold." et., eta,, but none of them did mo tho least bit of good. Finally, bowover, 1 purchased a box of your "Baco Cure" and it has entirely cured mouf the kabit in all its formr, aud I have increased thirty pounds iu weight aud am relieved from all tho numerous aches and prins of body and mind. I ould write a quire of paper upon my chanced feelings and conditions. Yonrs respectfully, P. II. Maruury. Pastor C. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. 8q'd by all druggist at 81.00 per ), box; three boxes, (thirty days' written $2 50 with iron-clgtraraatee, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Writo for booklet and rift, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. C La Croste, Wis., and Boston, y e. treat-Meatad Mass. era Toms WANTET-3BVRR- o. ! 41ji Dr. NlleV falii Pill. AL I or women to travel for responsible established houc In Ken. 780, payalile tMcky, Salary $1$ I'ssition per-- . weekly and expanses. uianent. Keleience. Rnclned stamped envelnpe. The Nations! , Star UulUling, Chicago. ji6t. RATKK BAH ft. R, TIMK TAIII.K WEST BOUND. Past Mall Aceorauipdatlou Way Vrelght , , . Aoceimaodatioa , . XfWOrlens Limited ..... , 7:16a 111 i i ll , EAST-BOUN- D ClaelanaIjlmited AceotatHodatloit , , Way 'Prelg bt . . AtcWmtuodatlon .... ... , . , ... n;ia . 11:43 a. 111. p. m. . . . j:j 8:18 p, m. p, m. m $: s m. oijfi a, ra 1:29 p. m 7:30 p m 4U3 There arc two method of determining tho answer to tho question whether gold has appreciated or depreciated. The ilrst of tlwe Is by comparing It with the price of commodities; tho It with the Hccond by comparing amount of labor required to earn a given quantity of gold, say, one gold dollar. The jwpullsts contend that the first Is the only true method. They say In effect thut prices measured In terms of gold hoe gone down, because gold has gone up. It would be Just a accurate, and,- - Indeed, n little mor-- i so, to say ttmt gold ban gono up, because-pricehave gone down. Tho populist mlstnko the relation of cause and Prices have gone down, not gold Iioh gone up, but beciuse of the enlargement of the nren of agriculture nnd mining and tho Improved mcthodB nnd grenter efllcleney of manufactures of nil sortH, In consequence o( modern scientific discovery und Invenappreciation of gold tion. The Is tho resultof the fnllof prices, nnd not tho cnusoof tho full of prices. It Is a very difficult undertaking lo dccldo what ore the average prices of all commodities tuken together, nt any given period, This average cunnot bn calculated, as every mathematician knows, merely by adding together tho price of every commodity offered fnr solo and dividing the sum thus obtained by tho number of commodltlM In tho list. It Is necessary to form nomo conception of the relative Importance of the different factors In the calculation: in other words, we must estimate the volume of each commodity. Since the Tolumo of each commodity bought and sold cannot possibly bo kDown, on I in mense element of uncertainty nttachca to tills cutlmatc. No two statistician would estlmnto avcrngo prices at any gtvendqto at tho same figure. The same statistician could not, to snvc his life, malco tho calculation twice alike. But, nfter all, the estimation of tho valuo of gold Is properly made, not by. comparing It with commodities, but by comparing It with labor. Tho cost prlco would, of course, bo expressed by the number of units of labor required to purchase a given quantity of gold. But that Is not what Is hero meant. How many units of labor does It require to earn a given quautlty of gold? Statistics prove that In 18t0 one dollar In gold purchased 13.1 hours of labor, but In J801 ono dollar In gold purchased 8.0 hours of labor, Tho value of gold expressed In terms of labor had fallen more than SO per cent. In SO years. Tho only nuower which populists hove to maKe to this argument Is to deny its validity. Nevertheless, It Is evident to thoughtful men that to measure tho value of sliver In gold and then to turn around and measure the value of gold in silver, or to measure tho valuo of commodities In coin nnd then to turn around nnd measure tho value of coin In commodities. Is reasoning In a circle. Tho value of commodities Is measured In coin, the valuo of silver Is measured In gold, and tho valuo of gold can bo measured In nothing else than In labor. The value of labor Is the governing factor In tho determination of prices of commodities, gold and sliver bullion Included with tho rest Tom RMd'a Wit. erer could." Kat Uail . . Hablbm atalla H UaRBICK, Agt. ll W r vrtfM. ojk.m'koiitxjL. HUHM An Important party measure wns about to be voted on by tho Ptfty-flrs- t congress dead the republicans needed cvesy vote. "Come nt one," Speaker Heed telegraphed to Congressman tensing, of tho Watcrtown (N, Y.) dUtrlot. "Impossible," tho congressman wired bnck "vvashoutonllnc," Itced's reply to tills was promptly wired, nnd vns us follow st "Never mind little tiling like tluit; buy nnother shirt and conic on." N. Y, Heruld, Populist in the State, who is resolved that no man or set of men can traffic Reading Citcl-tokeldat Benver Dun Oct 17. with hisI vote, to assist me in this hope the following brothers woik. 1S96, at 9 a. 111 : will go to work at once and help me Roark's Psycliologv : Vcntn.1 artiv in this work: John G. Blair, of Lon Rogers Senses: r INyeholo Nicholas: W. B. Bridgford, of Frankgical valne J B Tnjlor. 2 Educalin; Frank Rectenwald, David O'Con-ne- ll. tion of W. M. Likens. Ben. J. Wi'bbell, of Loulsrllle; J. Intuition: Discuss Elmo WillI. Grein, Oscar Hughes and Charles iams, hlements of memory H E Durbin, of Grnyson; Ben S. South, of Brown. EducatloiiaJralne ol memo Hardin; Ben Currant. James O'Bryan ry J P. Hicks. 1fiirtrincraory and A S. Jihusob.of Sfead, andevery L. T. Barnard. we nrwtfe: Shall other true Populist whose eye shall use I. Q. see this c ill. I have already received 1 Laws of Memoiy: Use. a In terest R.C. Jarnsgln, .3 Atttntinn a number of responses. If you are with me, arswer quickly. I mean Onn WeTrMMd.MU- 4 Repetition business. With rae it's still "No chieSandefur. 5 Association J 1ViJ Watsjn.no Bjan," and will boon vppucaiioiM 10 tejeuers iiKcns November 3 E. R. Ray. Judgment: U Defined Friendly pipers please copy. And as Faculty and product J Jlam all persons In sympathy with this Barnes 2. Functions of II II. Damovement will please put this call in vis. 3. Clods of W E Moiton 4 the hands ol every Populist friend or Conditions favorab e to accurate neighbus he can "reach. If we act V judgment E. 'Moiton, I.aura promptly, we can yet meet, name our Render. Applications to tciching electois ard get them on the official Nettie Rogets, Anna Oicgory. Imagination: 1 Relation to mem- billot under the plow and hammer by petition. Fraternally j ours, ory Eflis Kahu Tnjlor. 2 Kinds Joseph H. Arnold, of D. E. Miller. 3 Value A C. Taj lor. Ruskin: Lecture II Lilcj. Each member is t prepare Ks written stitcmentio' ten itn For Infants and Children. portant thoughts gle.mel from the lecture. The reading of these will be followed by a general discussion. It is expected that every member read the entire work in both the Ruskins, nnd make speA Kninlnn. cial preparation 011 the topic assigned A very Interesting and pleasant Ipccnra n.111 mei.II Im family TlirA llllll. reunion meeting was held at much profit to all who endeavor to ' the home of Mr. M. M. Trun ui, ' make them so. But remember ea:h near Fordsvllle Ky. on September 17, one's abbence will detract from theJ i8yfi. success of the work. The occasion was the 50th anniverE R Rav. Prin sary of their marriage. Mr. Truman "For several months, I was troub- and lib wife are now nearly 75 years led with a persistent humor on my of age. The children eight in nums tier had planned to make the occasion head which gave me considerable nn noyance, until it occurred to me to one of joy, and peace, and gocd will, try Ayer's II dr Vigor. Bef.ire using several weeks before hand. All the children living near and far were no one bottle, the humor was he.iled " T. T, Adams, General Meichant, tified as were also the nephews and nieces, All were requested to bring TurbeviUe, V.i. . with them baskets well filled with w ri'IMMI), that which satisfies hunger. This Mrs. Logan White died at her fath- was done to the satisfaction and joy ers residence, Mr Chartfe Hill last of all. Sunday alter n lingering illness of There are 8 children, All were consumption. The rrmdns were in- present rxcept one, John G Truman, terred in the Rowc graveyard Mon- who lives iu Oklahoma Ty, There days She 'eaves a husband nnd two were present 7 children; s grandchildren to mourn herdeputurc children; 15 nieces and nephewc and Mr James Eudnly while wotking others. 011 h barn Fliday fell nnd broke hh It was a very interesting scene to leg, but is getting along very well at witness, the father, mother and the this writing. children reated around the old famls Mr. Hi my Tinsley has sold Ins ly Bond, perhaps for the last time on house nud lot to Mr. L I, i'ulkersou eaith, and listen to the words of and will nuke his future home with thanks giving in words so humbly relatives iu Muhlenbjrg and given to Him who doeth all things sou counties. Mr: Tiiuley nnd his well 1846 1896. family have been residents of this After this sumptuous repast Relig place for over tweiityycns, and their ious exsreises were had consisting of absence will be noted very much. prayers, tinging, talks and extendMr. Llzro Atluitou and family, ing to each other the hand of good Duel, arc visiting reUtiyes near here. cheer, love, and sympathy, Mrs. Jennie Allen, of Buford NOTK9. neighborhood, visited her sister, Mrs, On the day cf the matrlage of Mr. G. L. Everly last Sunday. Truman to Miss Lou Neville, near We had a good rain Monday, which their old homes inShelby county Ky., was vrry much needed, Louis. - Sept. 17 1846, the Battle of Palo Alio, Mexico, was fought, when Gen, Toy., I WiKreMrT man ami woman In lbs Unlt-xlor defeated Geu. Aristy, SUloi iQtercital In IDs Opiuw suit Wlukr liiblta lo liav ono of uit booai on that ilia- The Hattfotd Herald, Owensboro ' atti. Aildrtwa II. M. Wooll.j. Atlanta, Oi, Messenger, Sentinal and ..vox 3SJ, awt 000 Hill Lf tnt juu ireo. Skelby Piinceton Banner will please copy. HKDIIATXIIA rurmt l.y Df MI'W ?il II, C, Truuan, fuxs 'tliio rout 1. d...' .mill cuirrt U l'rAjrrniii Of the Teacheis be llooet?yuttrt.cr l'roblem. Which Can Iiaalir II Flgnr.il Out by Voter. A farmer raises 1,000 bushels of wheat, for which ho now gets $J0O. With that money ho buys various kinds of manufactured goods at low prices. With free coinage at sixteen to one ho might get $1,000 for his vvheot, but would certainly havo to pay nearly twice as much for tho goods ho would buy. How much would tho fanner gain from a cheap money echeme which doubled tho prlco of tho things ho got In exchange for his wheat? Tho Sherman silver law of 1800 provided for tho purchoso by tho government of 51,000,000 ounces of silver per year. Under tho operation of that law tho prlco of silver, after a short speculative rise, fell steadily from $1.10 to 73 ccnte per ounce.' If tho purchoso and storago of practically tho entire American production of silver could not prevent Its prlco from falling, what reasons are there for believing thjnt tho mere act of coining silver Into dollars nnd returning them to tho owners of tho bullion will double the prlco of all the silver In the world? A worklngman who depends for his livelihood on the salo of bis labor to an employer Is now paid two dollars per day la currency based on the gold standard and kept on a parity with gold by our laws. This two dollars win uuy a relatively large quantity of necessities. If this country adopts free colnago and goes on to n silver basis, two dollars will buy only as much of tho goods the worklngman needs. Show how labor would bo benefited by a policy which would cut tho purchasing power of wnges In two? An Investor having money to lend was approached by a former who wanted 0 loan for tho purpose of buying new Implements, additional stock and some fertilizers. "If you will let me huvo SHOO on the security of ny land and Bald tho former, "I will buildings," volo for a freo silver law which will cnuble mo to pay you buck next year In dollars worth hulf of those you lend rue." Stuto bow much money that Investor loaned tho farmer, also tho rate of Interest paid. A large number of persons who complained that they were poor decided to enact laws which would muko them all rich. Ab the poverty consisted In tho lack of food, clothes, furniture, houses and other forms of wealth, they agreed, thut Instead of producing tho things they needed they would set men to work digging silver, which they did, not need, out of the Rocky mountains. By bo doing they expected that the supply of othor labor products would In somo mysterious way bo increased. XIovv much Is twlco nothing, and how will the changing of stiver bullion into coins mako mora houses, machinery or beef? If tho "sound money" vote In Vermont Increases tho republican majority from 21,000 In 1802 to 88,000 this year, how long will it tako tho sixteen, to one Issue to wlpo out the entire democratic voto in that Btato7 Whlddea Qraham. one-ha- lf At tfio same tlmg tho heavy Increase of Imported manufactured goods crippled our domestic manufacturing concerns, Hircw laborer- - out of employment nnd thus deprived tho farmers of Michigan of a home mnrkct. Thus hampered on tho ono sldo by Increased competition nnd on the other by tho loss of o homo market, is It any wonder tho prices of farm products are low? Kalamazoo Telegram. CAMPAIGN NOTES. Tho hens of tho ITntfrd Htjitji nrrw duce more wealth annually than do Itn silver mines. What do tho mlno owners propose to do for tho poultry of For years you and your fathers havo found it of sterling worth. It is and always has boen put up only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Tako nono but tho genuine. It has tho Hed Z on tlio front of tho wrapper, and nothing elso is tho same, and nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL VARD. Jna.n. Ulenn, J.N. It. WcUiIIiik LAWYERS, Will practice their profession in ah thecourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. (Special attention given collections. Also Notary Tublio for Ohio county. (Office, over Anderaon'a Bauar.) GLENN & WEDDING. UAUT.FOKD, KY. this country? Mr. Bryan has not yet told the laboring men of Amorlcn how freo silver Is to glvo them back tho Jobs he helped thorn to lose by hl voto and volco for freo trade In congress. a Listen to Mr. Bryan whllo ho teaches democracy to the old gray heads of the party that were making history whilo ho made mud pies la his pantalettes out on tho PI at to. a ITam.es A.. -- PIEY M. L. jJT AW , The American farmers have hod a hard ttmo of It for the post three years, and It Is no wonder they aro restless and trying to get at tho bottom facts of the trouble. But an a class they are intelligent and do a lot of thinking, and, given the facts, will mako a good rt of themselves. Two Oratora. McKlnley says more In one little minute Than IJryan unys In a week; The words of a statesman, those of Those of Hryan, the talk of n freak. Th words of McKlnley bring- - solace and quiet. Those of Dryan unrest and distress; , And eo of the two which one will bo chosen Is easy for the people to ruens. St. Joseph (Mo ) Herald. The country Is still waiting to bear working-man. IIAHTFORII, KY. Wih practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of A.nn eala. onecial attention envon t- collections. Office east side of purli- squaro Hkavrin. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN& TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. -- Perrv WestorfiEld. " - what Bryan will do for the Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. R. R. WEDDING Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adioininir Bates and Terms. counties. Also Notary Public. Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in Office, iu Commercial Hotel. advance. Local notices 10c per line first in sertion nnd 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. THINGS MIGHT BE FAR WORSE. Worklacmen Would Sutler Mora Under Fre 811rr. It la a frequent excuse of unthinking men for leaning toward free Bllvcrthat "things cant bo worso than they now ore." This is n mistake Matters can be very much worse, especially for the worklngman. rirst. They would bo worse If wages were paid In a dollar or in a dollar worth less than 100 cents. However It may be with mine owners and mortgage debtors, men whoso capital is their labor are not Interested in having tho "purchasing power of their dollar" diminished. Second. Things would bo mado worse for the 1,732,883 savings bank depositors In this state alone If their $713,032,809 of savings were made payable In depreciated dollars. Third. Things would bo worse for tho nearly 1,000,000 pensioners If their monthly stipend wero to bo paid In dollars. Fourth. Things would be worse for all the millions of beneficiaries of stock, mutual and cooperative Insurance companies and all the 1,743,729 shareholders In building and loan associations if payment were to bo made to them In any money less good than tho best. Fifth. Things would be worse for everybody in case a panic caused by tho prospect of a silver basis. N. Y. World. nt CASTORIA -- &&&& Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties .SUM'Ill'n hl'Ill.Ml.H. Careful attention will lie given In 1892 the Democratic party won business entrusted to his care. lo a Col a political victory of which any party lections a specialty. Office over Ohio might well be proud, and it has County Bank. Also Notary Public. given the country an administration ol which any party ought to ashamed. E3. (Comity Attorney) ircnELaLjL., The result of this administration has been a depression of business never before witnessed by the American HARTFORD, KY. people Millions of idle laborers, Will practice his profession in the armies of tramps marching onto the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to colNation's Capital, and an increase of tbe public debt to the extent of $262,. lections. Office in Courthouse. 000,000 and the country gone to the JNO. B. WILSON, devil generally are the fruits of that victory. HARTFORD, KY. The scriptures say that the man who fails to provide for his own SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, Ac., household has denied tbe faith and is also Notary Public for Ohm Ooiintv. worse than an infidel. Such is the Office North side of public square. scriptural inducement of the Democratic party. Afterscuttllng the ship R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, of State with free trade the Democrat cy now proposes to patch the holes with freecoinige of fifty-ce- nt dollars. Hartford, Ky. It is remarkable that since i860 Will practico his profession in all the the Democratic party has objected to Courts of Ohio and ndininitip counties Collections carefully and promptly at every measure proposed by the Retended to. Office with T. J. Saiith publican patty and yet subsequently & Co., Market Street. endorsed everyone of those same measures including the protective ttrlflf, although it waged war upon SPECIALTY: protection for twenty years, and we Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, confidently predict that within the EVANSVILLU, IND. next decade it will endorse the presOffice 416 Upp. First st. policy of the Repubent sound money lican party, J. T. Wkddino. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, 3F. Attorney at JCaw, Attorney at Law Attorney at aw 'Qr.Qf. fi. cimaer -- Attorney at Law, J.B. VICKERS, IIlIRTI'ORD, KY Cancer 01 the Face. Mrs. Laura E. MIms.of SmithvtUe.Cln., says: "A small pimple of a strawberry color appeared on my cheek; It soon began to grow rapidly, notwithstand ing ail euorts to cuecic 11. juy eye oecauie lernuiy inflamed, and was so swolleu that for quite a while I could not The doctors see. said I had Cancer of the most malignant type, and after exhausting their efforts without doing me env (rood, they gave When inhopeless. up the case as formed that my father had died from the same disease, they said I must die, as hereditary Cancer was incurable. "At this crisis, I was advised to try S.S.Sandlnashort while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do so for three months, then it began to heal, I continued the medicine a while longer until the Cancer disappeared entirely. This was several years ago and there has been no return of the disease." FACTS FOR FARMER8. Will practico his prolebwou h Ohio and adjoining csuiities. Speoial attention given to nil busineei entrusts1 Office in Rhi'Ubijcan lohiacnre. building. Ilc-idf- r Michigan farmers who aro searching for tha true cauao of their present depression con find food for thought In an examination, of the flgureo giving tho Imports and exports of agricultural 'products In 1803 under tho McKlnley tariff of 1600 and In 1608 under the tariff act. Under tho republican tariff law of 1800 wo Imported In 1803 over 111,000,-00- 0 pounds of wool valued at over In 1803 tinder the democratlo tariff law wo Imported 248,000,000 pounds of wool, valued at $33,770,000. Nearly $20,000,000 worth more of wool Was Imported under tho democratic tariff law In 1804, Tho Imports o woolen goods In 160 1 omouctcd and In 103 to $37,404,000. From tho report of tho treasury department at Washington wo find that thorn were 47.S70.00O sheep In tho United States tn On the 1803, valued at $123,000,000. 1st of January, 1800, there were 88,206V 000 sheep in tho United States, valued at $43,000,000 n decrease of 0,000,0000 tn tho number of sheep, and of $00,000,-00In valuo. Go with othor agricultural nroduots. During tha lost 17 month of tho to Tmbltcou tariff law there were Imported Iu this country 140,000,000 tons of hay, nnd during the first 17 months of tha democratlo tariff law there were 0. tojlo,-B00.00- Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Special atOiKco tention given to collections. with County Attorney. Who think of iomo iimpl Protect your lAeut thtr mar bring you weUU. & Writ JOHN WEUPEltUUUN ,L.I LU.I.tU) i en I Attar. fit iirlMuffsr i, Washington, V. C.for 1 Ut ot two bumir4 laTentluu. ARMISTEAD JONES, Wanted-- An Idea rn HI I.oula I.ualavllU.IUuiUraoii A Juna 1. Co' tn J!ri Itnll-wa- y West bound!-- : No. 41. daily No. 43. l I L Stephen port . . L Cloverpott L Hawesville , Cancer ia a blood disease, and only a L Owensboro , S. S. S. Ar Henderson . blood remedy will cure it. (guarantied purely vegetable) is a real blood remedy, and never falls to perHost bound manently cure Cancer, Scrofula, Eczema, L Hennersou , Rheumatism or any other disease of the . blood, Seud (or our books L Owensboro . 973,000,000 tens. Blood Diseases, I, Hawesville oa Cancer and In short, the democratlo tariff act of L Cloverpott . free to 1894 caused a heavy Increase iu the Im mailed I, Stepheupott . address, portation ot farm products, thus in- any L Irvlnuton , , creasing the competition of Michigan Swift Specific I, Drandonburg Co. Atlanta, Ga. farmer Ar Louisville uoutsvuie , I. Brandenburg . L Irvington I . , 7 55 , .9" 9 49 , 11 ia 13 15 t 15 a m 630pm 7 55 8 to 8 58 dally 10 a8 A Real Blood Remedy 1047 918 p 1111048 9 44 55 No 43. . II . 7 xl 1 sss . 8 35 . 9 5 dally daily so a m 255pm 3 55 No. 44. .950 11 11 10 10 51 )8 itt 4 53 5 17 5 35 b 16 ia 45 P 639 800 i T '"fH r ! VMfa.jrV',Ni rwr"wr - r V - TP. HWfO!.!?- - '$fp,. T A rara? asms S3CS1 Hartford Republican HAM A.A.XItl'.IWON.. ..Kttllar. Voti; for ftto sl'vcr arid lio pros perous like China, wages 10 cents per dny. A PROTEST N ; Subscription, $1.25 par yonr I'niDAY, OCTOnrWO. I896, Voti: for f rco silver nnd bo prosperous iiko South America, wngea 20 cents per day. bo pros15 cents f We nte authorized to nnnounce Voir, for Ireo silver mid JNO. D. FINLISY As a. candidate lor the office of Jailer perous liko Japan, wages of Ohio county, subject to the action per day. olthe Republican party. Vote for lrco silver and perous liko Mexico, wages H Against the Proposed Fusion With the Silver Demo- crats. Jas. H.Arnold Callsa Halt on the Scheme to Sell His Party to the Enemy. Domocrats Moro Novicos in Flnanco; Cannot bo Truntod to Establish a Just Monotary Systom. bo pros25 cents fJKlLl . in per day. Ml Horace Gheei.y slumped tho Unit-c- d "it.! JBasawQTrBWssaasir I luflBBBBBr X i .j States for Fresidcut in 1872, Q. Jas. defeated; and was B'nitio stumped tlio United States in 1884 and was defeated, and Win, J. Bryan is stumping tho country now and will be defeated. Vi Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1890. For President. WILLIAM McKHfLEY, of Ohio. Mr. Farmer, snpposo the mints wcro to run day and night for years without cessation, this would not uso wii.i, onaM7.K FUR ItENthTAat'E. up tho surplus wheat and corn and The following address to the Popus beef nnd bacon of tho American farm lists of Kentucky has been issued by How would freo silver benefit er. you? It is markets for products you Jas. H. Arnold, of Bardstown, one of the delegates to the late national Pop. want, not market for silver. ullst convention. Mr. Bryan's friends, who several weeks ngo were wildly enthusiastic over his prospects tot election, are now by no weans so certain. Those who felt that he was a man sent by Providence to save the country are now about to come to the conclusion We now begin to see the evil and demoralizing effects of fusion. We see our party distracted and torn with dissensions. Some of our party lead ers favored fusion with the Democrats on the best terms that could be obtained; others opposed compromise with our old opponents on any terms, believing such a course could only in disaster and defeat. But the fusion element triumphed; and the People's party ot Kentucky is without a ticket in the field today. The terms of fusion were that the Populists of the State were to get two electors who would vote for Bryan and Watson, and the Populists were to support the eleven Democratic Sewall electors. But not even there terms hare been secured. In the Third district the Populists and Democrats made their own tr.de. The Populists were to support John S, Rhea for Congress in that district and the Democrats gave the Populists the district elector. It is said in the news dispatches that the Populist elector down there is for Sewall, and I have not seen the charge denied. But what advantage is it to vote lor a Populist who will if elected, vote lor Atthur Sewall for it rnr Vice President. GARRETT A. HOBAKT, of Now Jersey. JOHN W. LEWIS. Froin 4th District of Kentucky. for Congress. . r irV! that Providence didn'thavc anything to do with it after all. In his candidacy the mine owners are the moving ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. Ben Rius power and not the deity. At Large 0. S. Deming, Mt. Oli- go's Paper. vet. And yet Mr. Ringo is going around At Large S. H. Knsb, Manches in Ohio county making free silver ter. First District W. S. Maion, of speeches. Ho should harmonize him self. People don't like this kind of Mavfield Second District George H. Tow- - business. cry, of Dixon. F. Taylor, of Third District- -J. The Hartford Jferald this week Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, says "it is tho dutyot every Demoof Hartford. crat to vole for Dave Smith lor ConS. Stiglits, gress. Fifth District-Cha- rles Ho is one of tho best of Louisville. in the country." Now, of B. Wallace, Sixth Diitrict-- D. we'll admit that he is a good parli Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosley, mentariau and is a political trickster ol Paris. who cannot bo excelled. He was Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, trickster enough to beat Dave Murof Nicholtiville. Ninth District Robert Buckley, of ray out of the nomination for Congress. We'll admit that he is quick Mt. Olivet Tenth District J. B. Marcum.of to tako advantage of a point. Ho nelson. took ad vantage of the point when he Eleventh District H. G. Trimble, took the nomination away from Mr. af Somerset. Murray after Mr. Murray was nomi Hon. Roswcll G. Horr, financial nated. editor of the New York Tribune, will Our silver .dollar is now worth speak at Leitchfield October 22. about 53 cents when melted into bulIn an other column in this issue lion. The balance of 47 cents is the we publish a letter from Mr. Jas. II. governments pledge that that piece Arnold, who was the Assistant Popu- of money will be held on a parity Tho with gold list Elector of the 4th District. at 100 cents. Under tke letter is very bitter against the fusion free and unlimited coinage of silver of his party with the Popocrats. the mint stamp would be simply the governments guaranteo that the caiu Mlt. Bryan is the worst nominated contained a certain weight and fineman who ever run for President. He ness, and tho coin would only circuhas now accepted the Populist nomilate at its bullion valuo of 53 cents, nation and stands squarely on that Ho is. in favor of tho and the government's power to mainplatform. between two metals Government owning the railioads, tain a parity he which are so widely different in value telegraph Hues, Ac, and in fact that it would becompletely exhausted acnow to would be willing by reason of the enormous increase cept anything in order to get his free in silver coins and the disappearance silver ideas in working order. of gold. When the hard time begun in 1893 Hon. C. L. Jewett, we had more silver money than we ever had in tho history of our country, of the Indiana Democratic Commit, and we have more now than wo had tee, has repudiated Bryan and in a then. It was not the lack of silver speech at Columbus, Ind., he pourthat caused hard times, but an over, ed "hot shots" into the Bryan camp. abundance, the threat of freo trade. Among other things he said: "Laying: aside old quarrels, forgetHistory tells us that every period of ting old differences and coming with hard times wehave ever had, has been unbiased minds to a consideration of broken up by restoration ot a protec- present emergencies, it must be ad mitted by candid men that, either tive tariff. from choice or through force of circumstances, the Republican party toThe average weekly wages paid day struggles for the best interest of in the United States is 88,88. the Ameiican people. Its platform Tho average weekly wages paid for is distinctly right upon the questions laborers in free silver couutries: that are now agitating the public mind. Mexico, 82.50; Peru, 83.55; Russia, cept that Its candidates manfully ac platform in all its integtity J2.88; Japan, 81.14; China, 81.00. and stand for which Is moit Which do we want freo silver or an laudable in politics, most conducive The American to the public peace and the preservahonest cuneney? tion of the public honor. At least I people will nnswer on the 3d of No- believe these things; and so believing vember. Give us honest money and give to this party my vote and cheerpay our laboring men thp best price ful support. "I do not overlook tlie tremendous of any country, price which every man pays who ! I . prefers his country to his jnrty, and Tun Bryan managers are giving up who allows his patriotism to come between him and his former political in dispair, for they see that their man associations It means that he must is defeated and with defeat constantabandon nil hope of political prefer-men- t, nnd torevcr lay his ambltio ly staring them in the ftico they feel Chairman Richnrdsuu upon the alter ol his country. Those crestfallen. who are not willing to make such a of tho Literary Bureau of tho jNation-a- l sacrifice may follow their own courte; Committee, has thrown up his job I have chosen mine. Believing that and gone home. Jo Blackburu fail-e- l so long as present conditions exist it is the duty ot every patriotic man to to fill several uf his appointments suppott the Republican pirty and its last week and it seems that the Sena' candidates, I will do t.o cheerfully tirlms gone oil to souio secluded and without the lightest regard to -1 spot. Tho Amcricau pooplo nro awako and thoroughly convinced tlut we want no Bryanism in this country. ono year after wool was put on tbo free list we nearly doubled our importation of foreign wool and sent something near 817,000,000 abroad to pay for same, when tlio money should have gono to our homo wool Tlio farmers of Ohio conn, raisers. ty, ot whom none aro butter, feel this. It has only Won a few years, undor the McKinley bill when farm- ors could get 20 cents to 33 cents for their woo, mid tlio merchants of Beavor Dam aud nil the tOTrnH wcro anxious to get itat that price. How about it now undor free trade? What do you got for your wo 1. Mr. Fsrm.il? Tin same, fnl- lows who wero crying froo trado four yar ago am now crylug freo silvor. Will the people heliovo them? Wo think not. In f I May you do personal consequences. We will march to the mulikewise. sic of the Union, and oar high purpose shall be one of country nnd one fl.ig, now and forever." l.t-X--.l..3C.&.. ntftth Vol Ire. tTHT Theie will be n meeting ol the resident Baptist ministers ol Ohio county, and also of such ministers as ' are pistors of churches located in Ohio county at Beaver D.im on Priday before the fifth Sunday in No. embcr next, lor the purpose of organizing the Ohio County Baptist Minister's Institute Let all such preachers take notice nnd not make nt,v conflicting arrangements, ns im I'oiwni imcrcsis will demand thrir attendance on the said occasion. A full program will be announced in due time and all assigned duties will be expected tn respond promptly. It is more til in pmpibly that prominent from be ptCKcnt will pre.icheis n'ltciud, I. t tm cooperate with each other to hi ike thu it proud and prof. J S Cor.CHAtf Ita'ileofwlm O I 0 t5gCT,'rqrTJrnrafff TuwttiuuX' LocgU Q Ik.l In lime.brup. by druqauu. huM rn Uo Mfl 11 l'i6 One mixed white about ees nnd neck, about 7 Homo hnve lumber, so much for a months old, goes byname of "Ring," bonds? dollar. Home have sugar or potatoes or htima stra)ed off on September 4th. He I hope every Populist who reads or eonl or wiiicthtag else, alt so much has one glass eye and one black eye. this will refuse to be delivered over for u dollar. Finder will be reasonably rewarded by ourrommittcc to the camp of the We have ndvortlslng ond subscripby returning him 'to me. tions, bo much for a dollar. politicians Sewalls, the Jam us A. Thomas. When wo want one of those silver the specie basis swindlers and our Hartford, Ky, dollarK, we cum not go utd tako It- - They old enemies, who are seeking to deMany don't Ixloug to ua. They bolong to Who stroy our party, I ask every reader tho men who took tho silver to tho Kicked mint to lie coined. of this to lend it to his Populist If wo took one. It would be stealneighbor and get him to write me a ing. Bildness is ellher hereditary or card at Bardstown, Ky., if he apIt we asked for ono for nothing, It causeJ by sickness, mental exhausproves my stand. We must organize would bo begging. fitting hats, and If tho owner gave ua ono for noth- tion, wearing as qaickly as possible all those who by overwork nnd trouble. Hall's ing. It would bo a gift. object to being turned over to the Owensboro, Ky., Oct 6 Though If we liorrowcd one. It would cost Reuewer will prevent it. enemy. Jas. H. Arnold, in Farm it may not be generally known, it is im Interest, and bo and Labor Journal. Mont of us, to get one, must trado nevertheless true, and very true, that Why be hoodwinked into buying a there are many Populists dowii here lnbor. Iumtcr, sugar, con, advertising Cheap John Sewing II sell in e, when in this hotbed of Populism who w ill or ooiiK'thltig to get It. Thin la absolutely and honestly so. you can buy the best on earth (Singer) by paying I5 00 down and fj.oo Wrltos Anothor Lottor and not vote for William Jennings Bryan. Isn't It? Welt, lelng ho, why do wo tako any every They are middleol-thc-roadeiand urgostho Pooploto Stand month till paid. Remember ' Vice President? chuuccH on tho dollur? they are led by the local Populist or for HonostMonoy. there is only one agent in Ohio counWo can get gokl now. It the purpose ol fusion was not to gan, the Farm nnd Labor Journal, It In worth 100 rent on tho dollar ty and that is Gross Williams, Hart-Urelect our candidate, Tom Watson, we Paducah, Oct. 5. which is violently opposed to the everywhere. Ky. have been deceived. I sec from your last issue a letter leadership of the men who only n few So wo hnvo supposed tho sliver to be, Tn flip Pirf ftlQtrli-- r ftlA nAmrt.rnf?r ' from tlMrpr Dam lcrned Frnt the but mouths ago were abusing the third Upon pure, rich blood and you need Suppose It Un't? elector has withdrawn his resignation list," declaring his iritention to vote party men for Imaginable. cverj thing What then? not fear nervous prostration. Nerves as elector, leaving us as the price of I for McKinley nnd sound money and The men who will not be driven What Ik the line of taking u chanos are weak when thay are improperly 20,000 votesonePopulistelector, who, giving his reasons therefor, are going to be quiet during the cam- tinlrH we ran do better? A silver dot-lit is said, has promised to vote for won't he worth mora than lOOoenU, aid insufficiently nourished. Pure I think his conclusion is n very log- paign, but they are uot gojng to forblood is their proper food, and pure Sewall. ical one and must be acknowledged get to knock out Brjan at the polls. will It? We are getting that now. blood conies by taking Hood's Sarins Has not this whole fusion business by all a very patriotic one. To my One of the leading Popu'ists is Lut well enough alone. parilla, which is thus the greatest ended in a complete defeat and disas- mind his conclusion will be reached Capt. Sam James, and tie is talking Pome toy duty compels a domocrnt ter so far as our party is concerned? to luick up and vote for a democrat. and best nerve tonic. It also Luiids by eight out of every ten right out in raeetin' against the leadYou lmo Hrynn'H word that ho la no up the whole . ,' The mission of the People's party in the Populist party. ership ot Gorman, Jones, Blackburn democrat, lcl him deny thut be said we believe to be glorious nnd sacred. They are men whose patriotism and and Rhea. Hood's PiKs are the favorite family It. In her principles lay, as we firmly be- honesty of purpose has never been Boiiki Kiy It Is pretty bad now. We cathartic, easy to take, easy to operIt a goodly number ol men who lieved, the only solution of our in- doubted, men whose opinion demand- were the first to espouse the cause of might oa well take a chance. It cant ate. dustrial chaos and economic anarchy. ed the respect of all hearers. They free silver and free railroads do not be w orwi. What kind of tomfoolery U this? Shall we ratify the fusion ngreed up- went out alter what they thought give the eleven sllvercrit eUctors on csiox. Are things bad In a buslne.w way? Mr. Klljih Johnson happened to on by our committee; give up our was to tke best interest of thousands the ballot knockouts in the NovemLet m tell yon sotnethlng to try. cause, and furnish the votes necessary and their country, only to find them- ber election, it will e a surprise to Vote down thla crowd of repudlatorav quite a fllnful accident last week. Tell the woria In trumpet tones In He was kicked by a mute, breaking to carry the State for Sewall, the mill- selves completely bargained and sold jour correspondent Ifevnniber that we want the bcAtiuoaay, both bone in his leg above ionaire monopolist shall we do all both Nationally and locally now. the ankle. THINK TT T5VER. that we will take b other, ana aual He is doing as well as could b exthis for the poor privilege of getting uewi will revive. It must be very humiliating to a 9m rtUU for rwmwi Cwfu7 Let the capital out that Itrso ao4 pected. to vote for one Populist elector, wno man whose idea of government and CoMbltr. Mrs Nettie HocVer who has had will also'ote tor Sewall if he is elect-el- ? laws have alwas been who think that free rIItvt his fnlkmern hava scored uader cover, Farmers the highest, to oiia properitjr will taiaber typhoid fever for several weeks ia will help them to get rid of tbeir mortbe asked to vote for the Chicago platgages should consider caiefully what Traaa Juurnal. improving. Shall we who love the principles ol form. taw will have ou This will apply to a true effect a slxtccn-to-on- e Born to the wife of Sam S tevens, Sraa( the People's party sit idle by and per- Democrat as well, who followed the tholcndcraof capital. TheRllvcrltrsaav September ig, a girl; to the Wife of mit our votes to be traded off to such teachings of Jefferson, Tilden and telling you b'uutJful stories about tho grout volunra of money whloh will be Sam Foglc, September j3, a girt. a man as Sewall, and never enter a Cleveland. ready for loaning at low rntos of Intec-Cf- it Misses Minnie and Kmuia Reld are protest against the deal? (ifl noon fiA wo adopt tho (silver standThe Republican patty will welcome on the sick list ard. But suppose tho nehemo should not We believe the principles of the back all such ns the Beaver Dam man It is with regret that we learn rif In tho People's party represent the best in- and will welcome alt whose love for work as noonway they expect? 8upo8o the death of Miss Rlioda Ashby, ot as it bocomes likely that a that terests of our country, and the uplift- country nnd good government comlaw will be cnoctad there. the Shullz neighborhood, formerly ot ing of mankind. pels them to repudiate Bryan and his Is a general demand that all mortavs the Point. Her remains were interrshould nt once be ixild In full? The followers. Shall we who believe in the princied in the Walton Creek cemetery Ocproralte of cheap money when frvo Palmer and Buckuer both faltful ples ol our party stand by while it is tober s comes won't help you now. Whoro being immolated on the altar of servants to their State stand nro you golnff to get too money to pay A. C. Stevens and family visited "Democratic perfidy and dishonor," representing all that is good in the off yonr mortgngv? Do you Ruppowj the family ol C. T Barnard Sunday., any man la going to moke loans whlla and never lift a finger to save it? Democratic party, be it said to their thnro Is a powlbllity S. B. P. . of hU being reWas the mission of the People's par- 'aonor a life well spent and in ripe old paid And If you Can't ty to end in the election ol a national nge crowned with the honors of the raise tlio money when It Is called for, Mlraffd From Halt lord last Friday night one banker, a monopolist of the most nominations for the greatest office in orut If your farm Is Bold at n nacrlftcn, will you bo then? bay mare, branded with "S" on right nature and the hardest the gift of the American people, but where It thefco thtagH over. Don't bo The thought of sleeping with such Til Id shoulder, both hind feet white, has is absolutely no chance of their fooled by tho heart, a crusher of hbor and a sender there bedfellows dlfgtista Uacle Bom. two knots In forehead, about 14 hands of misery aud despair into the homes election, then why not give a warm money means low rates of Interest. Tlio fighting-- Their Shadows. hijh 6 years old Finder will ptesse of workingmen, n man who where welcome to those patriotic Democrats facta ore Just tho o their way. Interest Is The sixteen to one agitators who are fr far higher Ip all countries notify me at Whileavllie, Ky., and be's known is most thoroughly de- to vote where jt will count. than m gold countries If wo go on the urging tho people to light an Imaginary will receive n revvatd. electiouis over and sound silver standard tho men who have capitested? After the money power aro morcly warring JNO, W. I.AKR. Populist ol Kentucky, that is the money triumphs, let Congress ap tal to lend will charge moro Interest ngutiut tliclr own shadows. The only I "money power" in this country Is a order to cover th kind ot man our committee has bar- point a tariff commission composed than thoy do now In In ' creature of the allvorlte's Imagination risk of being repaid depreciated silgained to deliver our 20,000 votes to. of Patriotic Democrats nnd Republic- ver dollars. So, If you succeed In bor- which Ik to bo found nowhere becauao and formulate a bill that will pro rowing timlcT free colnngu you will pay It linn no real existence. LIUethe man My friends, they can not deliver my ans whoso fnirs of ghosts and hobgoblins vote to such n man. Can they tect the American farmer and laborer higher Interest od tlto loon. Ask anylend him to see In his shadow coat by I at the same time raise revenue body wImj kitowH the facta whether yours? Ot ill health, despondency and despair, tho moon a frightful monster ready t la not much hlglier m Mexico, Inenough to ruu this glorious country" dia, or tho silver South American ghci way to tho sunshine ot hope, devour him, tho cheap money advocate Last week I met the Hon, A M counwe have will tries than In the United Statea, Engeco In the effects of their attack on our h.ipplncKs mid health, upon taking Hiitkle, who m ike the race in this of ouis and the dollars nnunclsl system tho work of an evil Hood's Sarsaparilla, because- it gives Yours truly, ciiculate freely. land or flermauy, with thetr currency county last year 011 the Populist tickuaenl on gow. Then rrrako up your mind demon which is deatroylng bunlrteaa t renewed Ufa mid vitality to the blood, W. Fnr.D Lono. nnd he nuthnr-iz;- d et for that imparts that you will vote for the fluancUU sys- - ond Imroicrlshlng tha people. It la and through gth, vigor tern which lctft undisturbed will ben-- uot creditable to tho common Dense of nerve gtrca jM me to say he would not support habit, cflt JW) rar If To remove the nnd energy to the whole tho American vctera that the ghost mor0 UmnIreoemePm, such a deal nnd did not have a Pupu body. Head HTB is a course of flits letter: the only sate treatment stories of deluded believers In freo silOae Nxclxted Detail. list neighbor who would. He will Ayer'a Pills, followed by a laxative a a par Ilia IIood'iBar ver should bo listened to, much lees so said tho "No, was not vote lor nny Sewall elector. Mr. diet. Most other cathirtlcs do more chewing sir,"long straw, man who satisthat any considerable numbcyof people helped ma wondsrfally, a "I ain't should be scared by phantoms Into ac ohanged ilcknees to health, (loom to sun. Louis Kirsch, foimer lecturer for the fied jet, I don't think nry onoo' them harm than good, therefore leading humbug nnd shine. No pen can draerlbe what I sufcepting a gospel Alliance, will not support Sewall fur enough." physicians recommend Ayer'a Pills, contentions went regarded the fered. I vr 11 deathly tlok, bad tick repudiation, "I thought you future The Hon. lid Beam is an electors svary few days and thoea terrlbls especially as a family physic. hotiefully." very other; and the truth is I have not met tired, deipondsnt fttllnrs, with heart 1'nlillr Pii'nhiiia "I did fur a time. But In tbo exciten single Populist who will vote for ment we overlooked tilings thot ortcr fl.IM'NI'III.(l. J II Thomas will address the vnt troubles so that I could not jo up and for Sewall, nny elector who will Free trade is dead and buried, and V been done It never occurred ter mo ers ol Obi county nt th- at tbo time, but wo made a big mistake r.amcd times and planes, viz, Shall we abandon every ptlnripal free silver is fast dying, nnd the votof our party except the poor puliation ers at the polls ou November 3, will by not hit v In' a plank put inter tho 11 RlcUti's chool house. O.t tj nlatfnrm rankln It njrln tlm Inu fn of free stiver coinage, the most insig- bury it so deep that it will never rise t tcr rain on a man's hoy when he's Hickory School house, 14 nificant of all our "demands?'' We again Free trade is the father of gone ter town ter 'tend a pTIUcal meet. down atalra without clasping my hand U.ilwtown, Oct. 15 havedeclaied against all special priv- free silver; the father and son must my Washington Btar. Sugar Opive School house Oct 16, over my heart and resting, In fact, It would almoat take my breath away. I ileges to nny citizen or class of citiz- be buried In the same grave. I will Sllror Trodaottoa anil Trlees. Dogwalk School house. Ov.t 17 so I did not care to Uve,ye.I had In 1873 tho total world's production ens and for eqml lights to all men, say to the friends of the father and Spenklng will begin promptly nt much to live for. There la do pleajara la wru) Shall we tepudiate this declaration son that alter the son is burled, to of silver In a Cl.lOOjOOO ounces, and seven o'rlocl at right, Uvery voter Ufa It deprived ot health, for Ufa beoomsa tho silver dollar wvui worth 81.04 la now by enlisting under the binner of weep uot for your loss, far it is for gold. Last year the worlds produot of is invited to attend a harden. Hood's BartaparlUa doav far W (Jiiison, mora those who can see no other remedy the good of the American people. sliver was IdifiOOfiOO ouocea sod tho slr .Ch'm'n Rep Co Com. bottle,than advertised. Attar taklag1 o'na It U auffleleat to recommead for our iuduttrlul distress than to ex. While you lose yonr 50 cent dollar ver In a dollar woo worth only 60 Itself." Mas. J, H, Smith, Belolt, Iowa. cents. Will tlia alrver miners restore, lend to the owners of the silver mi. the people will gain a too cent dollar; the production of 1873 na tho first hiirrli Meerrua, nerstliespecl.il privilege of getting while you lose yonr silver the people toward "reatorlng the conditions?" atej All the members of the iUitfmd fifty three cents worth of thtir silver will gain their gold, silver nnd paper ...."Gold Is the peculator'a dollar," Hiptlat Church nre requestrd to be coined into one doll tr of moncj ? in uey, all of the same value and say the advocates of the silver standard. pircent at our next regular church It is a cardinal principle of tlio debt paviug power; while you Irse How about tbo clieap money riod meting, ns the question of calling People's pmv that the whole people Bryan nnd Sewall the people will from 1801 to 1873 f Did not speculation pulor will then hecondd rot ts the One True Wood Purifier. All druwlrt. L ot this nation thioUKh their G ,verii gnin McKinley and Itobatt, sound ot all kinds flourish then, and wcro not I, P Sanijurfuh, ) the gamblers In bonds, Blocks or farm 1'rep.ved oaly by C I, Hood & Co.. 1,0 Vtll, Hut, R P. Thomas, Dencuns incut shall hive exclusive contnl ov money nnd protection and prosperity products greatly aided by tho depreciJ O G Fahi, A few woids to ated and fluctuatlngcurrcncy? ei the issue and trgulnliouol Hie voK will stiiely follow, Hnnrl'c IniM1"""1"" I'wr III, bilious. office-hunti- of money. Shall we repudiate this principle of ours byjoinlng those who want to farm out to millionaire owners of gold nnd silver mines the monopoly ol the issue ot money? Seriously, my I'opulis ftlends, can we remedy the hard times, suffering nnd wretchedness of the masses who toil by increasing the millions of the millionaires whoown thesitver mines? If the product of the silver mines in the United States is now worth $60,-0- 00 a year under free coinage it will be worth, in round numbers, making n present by law to the mine owners of $53,000,000. Shall we, who know what Populism means, abandon our creed and unite with those whose statesmanship and political wisdom consist in trying to lighten the burdens of the poor by increasing the riches of the rich? Populist believe that nil money should be an absolute legal tender for alt debts ot all kinds and natures whatsoever, public and private. We do not believe in making one dollar nnd then making another to redeem this one with. Shall we desert our position on the money question nnd join with the silver Democracy, which believes In making two kinds of money, one kind to redeem the other in? Populist cannot trust the Democracy to establish a just financial system; they are are mere novices in finance. W are opposed to saddling a mountain of national bonded indebtedness on the people for any purpose whatever, cither in time of war or peace. Shall we now go over to the suppott of those who favor redeeming their Issues ot paper money in coin and who will have no means of getting coin which to redeem their paper issues except by the sale of Utile $113,-000,000, Stind true to that issue tint is for protection, sound money and high wages. As nominations seem to be in order for county offices I wish to nomi nnte Luther Roger for Assesor, Sam A. Anderson for Circuit Cmtt Clerk, J 110. A King for Jailer and R. B V. P.A. Martin lor Sheriff the Republicans! Rev O. M. WiUou filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday. Miss Jennie McDowell U visiting her brothers at Central City this week Mr. W. R. Branson, Hopkins county, is the guest of Mr A Poster's family this week. Miss Hcllen Maple, ol Indiana, was the guest of Miss Mnttic Brown Sun- TO WORKINGMEN. A Plain Talk. Tho A. B. C. of tho Sllvor Quoatlon Clonr- - lyPut. im.iii.i iiAii:i.. day. Mr Red Black is on the sick list, also Miss Francis Black. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John Felix was buried at the Black graveyard Friday evening, The people are almost through making molasses in this part of the county. Messrs Milton Black nnd Dan King have taken charge of the Cud-d- lfl coal bank. Mrs. Henry Black nnd Mr. Frank Black and wife aud little daughter visited In Butler county last week. Miss Maggie Black entertained a few of her many friends Tuesday Busy Bkk. night. REFOSED TOTAKETHEYOKE, Populist in Western Kentucky Will Not Follow Former Enemies. Let us not lwfog our brnln with nrgiitiiftitH ubotit the crlma of 1B73 or bother with the nmny throrli which tho advocates of free slher nro giving us. Hut let us take acommon-oenscTlcof tho situation. Now, to Htart with! Supposr llryun wru elected nnd the freo coinage net had been poed and that free eoliuige wiia on actual fact. HuppoMo Hint silver could b taken to tho mint and coined Into slher dollar nt tho ratio of nlxtcen to one. How would that affect ua? We haven't got any silver bullion. A whole lot of people who own silver mlnen have it, uml no Uiey ooukl liava It coined Into sixteen to one dollans we could but not having any not have a rolltary, stagU dollar coined nndrr tho freo silver act. Now, suptrae, however, that all tho liver mine owner aoa ethers who had liter took It all to Washington or Philadelphia or ta soma other United Stale mint and bad It coined lato slitrn to one dollars, aui Veea coined Buppono so ranch had that all Um silver In th world was msde Into idxtoc to one dollans and 8uppce tltat everyone of tbess doU lam was pllad In me hrnp rlfht on the next block, and Suppom every slnglo oae of them wn worth 100 cents here aud everywhere, Wlmt good would Uiey 00 us unlesa we hud Huinethlng wo could trade by which wo could get one? Well, we hnvo taiaethtng to trade; everylKxly hns. Some huvc labor, so much for a dola Let uk not get mixed up lthcouiJcx mutters In connection with tlio free ulher Idea. Ilrlflk lor nnle. btlck 1 have a fine lot of fltst-clafor sate nt Hartford, Ky. Partlrs needing brick for nny purpose will do well to call on or address me at the above place before purchasing All orders filled promptly at most rcasomble prices. Your patronRespectlully. age solicited. K. ! Hkrhins 40H sa elsa-wher- e. There are three or four boys between the ages of five and ten years and one girl nged three nt the alms house, all Intelligent nnd bright. Responsible parties may adopt or otherwise take control ol them by applying to poorhouse commissioners, Judc J P. Morton, County Attorney It P. NenI nnd Dr. fi W Ford. tojt. . Wins Inehlae. thinklig of tuning one, cM on or write toOross Williams nnd mt one of Uie latlet him bring est Singers They ale just too nlc for nnything. II yon are tm Hood's Ssrsapsrllla purifies the ovetcomrs that tired feeling, cientes nn nppctite, nod gives refreshblood, ing sleep. Clubs of Ohio The Republican connty are requested to furnish the proceedings of their meetings to T11K RnrunuCAN. Some people will ttiink that Dr Bell's Pine Tor Honey is no better than other cough remedies until they try it Then thty will know for themselves that it is the best on Up to date diuggists sell it. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. , earth Lll Illtd nnd Shepherd dog, lar. of them Have Out of the Popocratic Speaking Oct. 9.i tiht Traces. FRED LONG d, t- - ev-Pn- ntl I 5rva I - ar cc. c Blfllw. o bIV-v- to-d- ay cold-blood- ed nllver-ualn- Gloom fl 4 WsT haad-ach- one-ha- lf ene-hn- lf es vi-t- 1 Ml-win- -- 0t .shine aut-for- '.XI -- 13 r,lll , i Hood's Sarsaparilla iiiuUcur, Wccntt, C -" SjT v ("& V CAPES AMD JACKETS" -- SPECIFIC FOR "Slnco childhood, 1 liuvo been nflllctcd with scrofulous bolls mid sores, which caused mo terrlblo suffering. I'hyslclnns wcro unnblo to help tne, mid 1 only grow worso under their cure. At length, 1 begun GOV. BRADLEY. In Readiness BEAVER DAM. Rev. Chandler, Hartford preached m the School IU Sunday evening. Mr D J. Youui!, Roclpoit tu in town Sunday on his wheel. Mr. W D. Taylor one of Beaver Dam's former young men died Stturi day morning Oct, 3, '96 at the home of his father near here of typhoid fever. His remains nerc interred in Goshen Cemetery Sunday a. m. A large crowd from this place attended the funeral. Bowling Miss Nannie Chick, Gteeu has been visiting her cousin Mrs W, A. Austin this week. Mr. Prank Casebler spent Sunday at his home in Rockport. Messrs. Barnard, Nave, Stein, and Palmer and Miss Bessie Nave, Louisville spent a few days in town last week attending the Hartford Pair. Returned home Sunday. Most all the young folks of town MAGAN. Tho Republicans aro Doing Good VVorlc In Old Hjlicit Monorc Awarded World's Fair. SCROFULA. Everything for the Speaking To-da- y. Matan. """Fair Bros. & Co. Arc now showing the pretties lines of to tako AVER'S Sarsaimrllln, -- And Janets very soon grew better. After using liulf n dozen bottles was completely cured, so tlmt I havo not had a boll or pimple on nny part of my body for tho last tnclvo jenrs. I can cordially recommend Aycr's Sarsh-parllr as tho very best In existence." 0. T. ltMNiiART. Mycrsvlllo, Texas. 1 blood-puridc- nnd Everything is in reidiness for Gov Bradley's speaking this evening, nnd no doubt, he will be greeted by an immense crowd. The Governor is very popular with our people, who will gladly welcome him and give him a royal reception. Everybody should turn out and hear him. Beda Republican's Inst Saturday night swelled the membership of their McKinley and Hobart club to 106. Prof J.'L. Elmote discussed the principles turd histories of the two parties nud wad followed by State ChairBoth were repeatedly man Barnett. intenupted with npplause. W. II. H, Park, of Daviess county, made a stirring filteeu minutes speech, after which the body adjourned to meet the third Satu tday night in October, when it will be addressed by Esqr. J. A. Paik and othtrs. Ilon'e TliUT Sver Brought to Ohio (Jocmty, ? la The Republicans of Magan voting precinct mtt nt Magan last Saturday, Oct. 3, nnd organized n McKinley and Hobatt club. W. W. Royal, precinct committeeman, called the house to order, and G. D. Royal nominated Dr. J. II. Roach, for President; II. M. Babbitt, seconed the motion and Dr. T, Roach was unanimously elected D. Royal was nominated lor Vice President and was elected unanimously. Rev. T. W Wticht and G. D. Royal were nominated tor secretary; Royal was elected. President Roach took his seat hi the CilEAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles arc right, the quality is the best, the prices are the lowest. LADIES FINE m fleaA AVER'S Sarsaparllla Covghi THE ONIY WORLD'S FAIR AiriChcrry Pectoral cwm ud Colfe BEAVER JACKETS . ..:.-.,w- X When son & ou come to town visit Car- to give you Ho Little We have Dullington Is prepared Black and blue 3; Ladies black and blue For Salr:"A saddle nnd harness horse Apply at this office. tl K. nnnnr, CO ln.,Aln innUlr. COO jf Don't forglwtut we take school A cakso&co in braid or fur: handsome beaver canes,fod8. We have a Digger ttock ol c'nthiDg trimed in buttons $3.50 to $7, misses jack,thin ever. S Carson & Co. ets, size 8 to 12 years, S1.50 to $5. We Mr. M J. Keid nnd tittle son, Rock port, were In town yesterday. have a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, Mr. T. II. Aull, of Auburn, was in brown, black and blue to match capes and Haitlotd aoffew days list week. 13 to20 years a splenSeveral Hertford people aje did line. There are the Owensbor'o fair this week. infants cloaks. i a good shave or shampoo. suits for from 3 years old to 14 years in prices ranging from $1.25 to the finest. Somenew thing and CHEAP. Also for youths from a attended the Pair at Unit ford last wtek. Mr. E. Welgel, Louisville, visited the Monroe family last week and attended the Pair. Miss Maude Montoe left Sunday for Louisville where she will spend Boys! several weeks in learning dress makBRAN-NEW- " ing. Misses and boys Austin andVirgie Hocker HockerNell are Master Harry on the Sick list this week. Messrs. Liles and families have moved into the Cottage Hotel on Main St. Mr. D. L. Baldwin and family moved into the cottage vacat- Horn to the wife ol Mr. J. R. Cinderhook, last Thursday, a Will-lams, great many boys iftu- - We can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. bay' I v i Mr. E U Bulliugtou visited friends Eye, ind.thi uii relatives at week. and we have a stock of clothing for them. ! dw All we ask is a ig Come soon. HOOKER & CO. Now is the t Carson & Cos nnd ? tothebuy shoes, buy l VISIT. place to will preach them s- - Co. proprietors, i Rev. Jo. the Hartford Baptist Church Sunday night. I. Rogers at next Jiartford Jemple of fashion. " New (all drees goods Mls'es Mlneiva and Florence De Haven visited friends and rcbtivesat Uorton this week. An infant child of Dr. B. F Tich-enoCenteitown, died last Saturday and was buried Sund ty. r, at Carson & NuprrlntciHlriH' No. No. 17 No. 72 Co'. Ihiy yout tnachlnenecdlea.oll, &c, of Gross Williams. Remember Dulllugtun, the barber, during Pair week. Come in and see our big new stock. Appoliilmrnn. Monday, Octoiirk 12, 1897. 743 a m D. 12. Miller. n a. in U. C Birnclt. ajo p. m. O T. Tiusley. Rev E K. Shultz will preach his first nt Bjaver Dam on the third Sunday in this month Born to the wife of Mr. Jro. T. King, Hartford, Wednesday night, a fine boy. Another McKinley man. -- ' L Carlok Remember Dulllugton & Co. TUBSDAY, OCTOIIKR 13. 1896 No. 13 8 n. tu. I. L Brown. A A. Brown No. 60 11 a. m No. 14 2 p. m. M P. Kimbley. when yon Thursday, October No. No. is No 87 15. i8y6. want n good shave or hair cut. 11 wool serge, 50. inches wid-eBlue and black jo cents at Carson & Co's. Miss Edna Hlpatey, Uvermore, is the guest of telatives in town this week. 688 a. in M D Maddox. C Igleheart. 11 a. m 2:30 p. m C Snitti 16 Friday, Octoukr 1896 Glveusacall when jou want let 4. , J. ? I i il lis M,l terheads, envelopes, &c. . tion guaranteed. fine line ol teachers' We have a I. Schroader. 128 gtade cards for 35 cents per hundred. Mr. A. D. Taylor v ho has been nt Send in your orders. Dawson for several weeks, was in Our Job Dcpirtment is always CromwellTeacher'sUljttictAssocia- - Hartfor' Monday and nnde arrange ready to do your job work for you at tiou meets at Union No 1 October ments to open up his Photo Car here the lowest cash figures. 17, October loth is pay day, only 20 in a sbott white. Silk velvet black, blue, green, pet cent will be paid. The Republicans of Robine raised a Z II. Shultz. County Supt. brown and ordinal 75 cents per McKinley and Hobart fhg latThurs-day- . Carson & Co. yard. There was a large crowd in at' tendance and a greit deal of enthusiItivFnlr. of Ohio county ore The Republicans Last week witnessed a successful asm was manifested. requested to send noiiceol speakings, meeting of the Ohio County Pair. &c, to Tim Rbpuducan for publicat- The weather was beautiful nnd there The Ohio County Bank has declar-- c was an abundance of stock on hand. ion.I n qairterly dividend ol $5 00 on C. M Barnttt made a rousing The managers, Messrs T. L Griffin, the (dmre out of the net earnings fir Hon. K Cos and W, G. Hardwick, had the pist three months and placed speech at the meeting of the McKin-le- y S. and Hobart club at Bed a last Sat spared no pains to have everything $ 140 00 to surplus "thU makes 13 in nice order for the people, and well per cent, declared in eight months. urday night. did they succeed. The crowds for Hon, C. M. Baiuctt has been invitJudge R. R. Wedding will speak at the fir&t two days were larger than ' ed by the Gatfield Club, of Louisville, school house, near Roslne, usual, but Saturday it exceeded all Vine Hill to accompany them to Canton, Ohio, j Saturday night, Oct 10. E'erybody expectations. Mr. Barnett has acEverything passed oft quietly and on the 17th. invited to be present, r cepted the invitation and will uccom- there was nothing to mar the enjoy ' would bo cut In two. As the chief comJudge R R. Wedding addressed a ment of anyone, There was only one Panv xhH plaint ot the farmers now lit that Interputthe Schroa accident. la,rge number of voters nt One of the mules In the tIio is Mr J. It McCltntock, est Is too high and capltat'too scarce, der School house Tuesday night In the race threw njockty and for a time it ting up the Court House the effect of a policy which would make interest of McKinley and Hobatt. He was thought he was seriously hurt, a telegrnm Monday announcing capital scarcer and dourer can be, Wednesday but he was soon proven to b out of the serious Illness of his little child. figured out by each farmer for himself. also spoke at Olaton a Keconn way in wnicn irec comaga good crowd. danger He left immediately tor his homo in would hurt arrrlcultnre would bo bvtbd J night to a .7 . kb. New Albany, Ind. He returned Vs llnanclM panto whlcn would inevlinniy Mr. I. P. Barnard, Louisville, was ' present & JUpllQW.. t"; overthrow ojpur teiday, in town last week attending the lair. ound financial system ana tno tuioptioa Hons N T. Howard, of Morgtn of the unstable oheap silver standard. Mr. Barnard is an enthusiastic PaN town, nnd David Powers, "of Hawes-vill- e, , With the millions of bonk depositors jnerjtnd Buckner man and says they spoke to a good nulletic; nt thi demnndlng their sayings, thomuchlnery He will get a large vote in Kentucky of credits, by which bo large a part of Coutt House last Monday compwd the country's bulueladone,wouldb says the free silver craze Is fast dying Their ar ol voters of Ohio county atuldcnly otopped. Mcrchanta wouldbn out, and the people are fast learniug guments In suppoit of a protectee unable to buy good for lack of credit! the value of an honest dollar. would bo tirifi nod a sound currency were cor. manufacturing Industries and million Tfiaf s the whole secret In a an In 1803, vlnciug and their speeches done the ' closed down, word. We can core no disease of workers would bo Idle. Men out of What Think you ot This? cause much good in Ohio county unless we can keep up the paemployment do not buy n much farm Pins and needles ic paper. 3 cakes o when they are ot work.onj tient's strength. And there's 6lbj best green good wash soap 5c. The following named persons have products the farmera who now complain of tho only one way to do that feed Ladies and gents good cv to Tub coffee $1. piid their subscription luck of markets for thelrproduce would him. But If the system refuses eryday shoes 98c. Good winter boots since our last issue: Lee find themselves with a largo part of food? Then use SCOTT'S $1,38. Best oil cloth 19c Good chair OU Fisher, MoHenry; Dr. A. It. II) eta, their crops untold. Would notthtuboa EMULSION of Cod-livserious Injury to nffrlculture? Double one peat chair $3 $2 set. Olaton; A. D Taj lor, W. H Blank-enshlwith Hypophosphites. It goes Another evil w lilch free colnapo would Finest Maple Good bedstead $1,50, THE BLOOD, Rogers Bros, I'eaver Dun; brlnp; to American farmera would ba STRAIGHT TO bedsteads $3 to $6. Double fold wool stops the wasting;, rekindles Mary E. Christian, Halcomb, Mo.; the unaettlement of tholr trndo rela standard the vital fire, makes new flesh All wool serge filllug worsted ice. V. P. Allen, Flint Springs; Tho R, tlons with the great gold purchneo com; each merclal natlona. which and so renders a hopeful fight ' Bishop, Centettown, 35c. Finest silk casbniere3$c. Misses year $000,000,000 worth of oor aurpliw possible against ANY disease. and ladles all wool jackets $t, Misses theall-ve- r The adoption of Eirxcklly Is this so in bron"Porsever.J. month, I was troub- farm product.with I WoonaUntly ftuctu-- 1 Misses fancy standard, 35c. chial and lung troubles, In the led with a perfistent humor on my ntlng- - scale of prWs, would prove Ua Pancy caps 10 and toa and up, relief and cure of which Scotfs head which gave me cousldetable taw.e barrier to commerce between, this shirts 40c. Sailors and hats trimmed Emulsion has won Its reputauntil If occurred to me to and other countries that It ho to trd any style 25c and up. Young men's Book about It free. and Intion. try Axer'a H ilr Vl;or Belote inlug between (fold standard Europe farmer Boys and tourist hats 75c to $1 25. Scott's EmuWoa b no myaUrlous dia, China and Japan. Do one bottle, the humor was heUd " mixture. It la palatabU. want to curtail owl unsettlo our foreign men Somerset, saddles $1.75 and $1 aad inflaltaly ertfmble to the T T Adams, General Merchant, trade? Morgan tree saddle 3. Loaded Ladies plain dL To gtnuke hu our tradeI Tufbevllle, Vn. The are aome of tha ways In which wrapper. Gtt mark on shell 30c- - Adkins thin back saw 35c free coinage at sixteen to one would ths genuine. $55.00 sewing machine for loot. Thos H. Hl.ick has teceivel a fun, hurt the fanners. No advocate of M- For tilt at 50 ct. and $1.00 by all pent ilnll.irnMina ntr been ablo to ehow (20 00, new line of gUaswure nnd q'eni druggUU. In which It would help ware, Pricts are light tnd good ure n alnglo way SCOTT Si BOWNE, N.wYck. & them, , . the best, PLKASWT Riduk, Ky. 1 wMc-rprr- nd mort-fltiRcI Satisfac- 3 a m. J. II Wood No. x No. 113 11 a m. Alice Ioney No. 6 1 tn. A M. Smith. Monday, OcronrsR 19, 1896 No, 54 8. a. ui. Elmo Willi mis. No 100 11 a. in Laura Render. No. 552:30 p. in. A. S. Benuett. Tuesday, OcTonER 20, 1896. No a m II. F. Crow. No 52 II a, ui N. B White. No. 53 2:30 p. 111. J Ham Barney. OieTownTiu.stees are having same much needed work done on the stiecU They have hid sewers thU Week. put in and hi 1 the lars hole filled near the Commercial Hotel Messrs Ernei-- t and Everett P. lis, Will Tanner nnd Ed EI1U left lor Evnnsville Monday, where they went to enlist in the United States Army. M .miage license: Archie Rhoads to Ida Coleman, Harrison Crcve to Miltie Wilson, W. P. Brown to Oct-v- a Simpson, John W. Nelaou to Eva OF particular Mr. Bryan's friends fail to practice what he preachhoticm. Lfirli In MbIp. United I WAjrr I accompanied Mr. John W. Lewis es. The good people at Owenton, Btatci (Ttrr man and woman la Ilia Wnlakr InUntMd In In. Opium and Pigs in pairs not akin. bar Come and our Congressman in this district, to Taylors ville and other place where hablta toAddrettone of my books on thcit !! I). M. woollty, Atlanta, Va., am. see my Stock, or write your wants. all ot his appointments in this sound money advocates have attempt- Dot JM, and on will b tant joo itm. county last week, Meade county. ed to be heard will bear witness to the Prices reasonable. New clothing, new hats, new dress When he spoke here last Thursday at truth of his statement. 11 Cm J. G. WELLR, goods, new everything, that you the Courthouse it was the largest Beavor Dam, Ky. might want at Carson & Co's. (lot. UraUlry ill Oweuaboro. political gathering that I ever saw in OWKNSnORO, Oct. 5. this town in my life. The Court Gov. Bradley spoke here this alter-house w.is filled with people, and noon to a very large gathering of OT there were hundreds in the Court people, composed ot ladies and gens house yard and on the streets unable tlcmen. It was said by several men to get in the Courthouse. Mr. Lewis that there were between 3,000 nud and the Hon. Charles Blanford spoke 5,000 people present, all ot whom on that day. here gave the speaker the most respectful Mr. Lewis also spoke at Paynes-vlltfrom the beginning to the Concordln"'and"G'rftriamptbn, in attention J3k.TSnSTTJJl.X-- DF'-A.I- El end, this county, and at all of these places Gov.Bradley's speech was.perhaps, large crowds of people turned out to one of the greatest speeches be has hear him speak, nnd on every occaever delivered during jany previons sion his sneeches were Well received. campaign and it had a telling effect He tnnde good Impressions on the upon the minds of the people. people whererer lie spoke in this The outlook here for Mr. McKin-ley- 's did county. Never before in my life election grows stronger and I ever e the people of this county stronger every day. An influential as so anxious to hear any man speak gentleman told me this evening that they were to hear Mr. Loads. I think McKinley would carry this city over I can safely say Mr. Lewis will that Bryan, and that he would carry KenResp'y, carry this county. tucky 15,000 votes. CrtAs. E. Bryant. It is wonderful how Mr, Bryan has Brandenburg, Ky,, Oct. 3. breeze-swe- pt weakened during the past two weeks, while Republicans are becoming more and more sanguine and buoyant evH. C. T. WOULD HURT INSTEAD OF HELP. ery day. How Tree Culnngn Would Injur, tbs tVIIITnjrlor Uentl. Fnrman. Mr. Will D. Taylor, who had been The chief strength of tho sixteen to ono agitation Ilea In the belief that It suffering with typhoid fever for the would benefit the agricultural classes. past lew weeks, died at the residence Thin Is a serious error. The facts ot of his parents near town last Saturnil human experience ebow conclusiveday morning, surrounded by kindred ly that frco ellcr wouldroause Mr. Taylor and prolongs! Injury to tho tics and loving friends. farmers ot this country. ; was a young gentleman respected by The mere threat ot f rccOlngo would ull who knew him. He was a brothprcatly Injure the former by causing er ol Mrs. W. M. Pair, of this place, an Immediate calling in of all loans through the natural deslra of lenders to and 'he was once a resident of Hat saw get back money worth oa much as thoy for severat years where he was lent. Hundreds of thousands of fanners engaged in Funeral business. be would be unable to pay their ervices were held Sunday alter which and their farms would bo sold at the remains were laid to rest in the a a sacrifice. No new loaiw would be Goshen Cemetery. forthcoming, as the owners of capital of would not Invest bo long as there wua Remember when in need of grade cny danger that by a change In the money utandord tho value of loans cards we can furnish them, cheap. of In this ed by Messrs. Liles. Little Miss Myra McKenney was in Hillary In Rhyme. Morgantown this week. June, Mrs. Frank Hays and Miss Lesta Bryan, Hays, Rochester, were in town WedJuly, nesday enrout to Louisville. Tryln'. Misses Myrtle Butler and Noka August. Waddle and Master Harry Butler, Slghln'. Morgantown spent Saturday and SunSeptember, day in town with friends. Cryin'. Misses Annie Allen and Annie October, Walsh, Hartford, took dinner at the Lyin'. Austin House Sunday. November, Mr. Prank Eblin, Louisville, arrived Dyln'. this week to work on the new build- New York Press. of Mr J. H. Barnes. "CANVASSERS WANTED To Mr. Warren T. Stone, Leitchfield, spent Sunday in Hartford and Beaver sell our U. S. Indestructible Fire Kin-dleand Oil Cans. Dam. Attye. Fills a want found in every household. U. S. "Truth will vindicate itself; only Manfg. Co., Found du Lace, Wis., error fears free speech." W.J.Bryan. U. S. A. "White House," and the secretary submitted the following: "We, the undersigned voters of Magan voting precinct, believing that the electiou of the Republican candidates for President and Vice President would be to the interest of the vast majority of the people of the United States, we thus bind ourselves together la a McKinley and Hobatt club, pledging ourselves to use all honorable means possible to secure their election " After the above was read 64 bona fide names wereenrolled ontheLambs Book of Life, and there's more to follow. Alter agreeing to meet again Saturday night, October 10, at which time the club will be addressed by the Hon. J. Henry Thomas, who will give the Popocrats a "plenty," I'rotferm d 01 Teachers' Reading Citcle for Magisterial District third Saturday in October, 1896. Welcome address J. L Elmore. Response A S. Bennett. PerConsciouness J. L Elmore. ception K. F, Lowe. Imagination W.'R. Carson. Arithmetic genNoon. eral discussion. Recitations by pupils of district. Geography genernl discussion. Ads drese Ernest Woodward The teacher as a factor in society. Grammar J. II. Barnes, A. S. Tanner. Primary methods Rhoda McDonald. W. R Carson, Ch'm'n. Ai.np.RTA Grkur, SKc'y. Bu-for- . m as to the choice of n s is unnecessary. There is but one best Sarsaparilla, and that is Ayer's. This important fact was recognized at the World's Fair, Chicr ago, 1893, being the only admitted to be placed on exhibiConfusion blood-purifieblood-puti-fie- tion. A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good orched, two hundred bearing ttees, good buildings, and in good community. For further particulars call at this office at once, tf Remember we take in old Sewing Machines as part pay on our New Singers. Gross Williams Agent. tor Nnlc rs Fair View Herd f ol&nd (Jhinas, LAST-N- LEAST! 4 20TH e, THE! CEHTURY EXPOSITION. Eclipsing Former Events, . AT s-- GREENVILLE, ST., Pet 1 13, Ifc and I? The acme of perpection, acres of shady grove. Liberal Premiums m Every Department. TRAP SHOOING SPEED RINGS On Friday and Saturday. Magnificent pure food exhibition, Grand display of flowers and vegetables. Special attractions the like of before. which you never unexcelled. Live stock department will be complete The poultry show will itself. exhibition women's work, Magnificent Exhibits painting, Scholars' work, etc.,eto. Suffered Eighteen Years. Pain Departed and Sleep Camo. Races and band concert every day. Sports, Mr. Julia A. Drown, ot Corlngton, Tenn, - Nourish Him- whoso huaband baa cbargo of tbs eleculc light plant at that place, baa been a great 1Taa ailment .fViM and speedy cure aro beat deacrlbcdbrherMlf, aa folio wit For 18 yeara I aaffered from ncrrouaneat inuigusiioa. 1 inwiofwj isuhnj .wv- lea by lamuy ana rriem could eet no relief at all. Twoyearaagi i treated by threo local obji cUns, Vn. llatret, tlaley and Bberod, tbe; "" games of all kinds. Ample accommodn tions for all. Grounds supplied with plenty of water. BALLOON ASCENSION EACH DAY For premium list and othor information address tho DRHIIL-Ilai- r, Soo'y-VCr.JL- S er SSOO'y. GDLLEBE I KING'S S. E. Cor. Una. Jcua A. Duowa, lafonnod mo that I had bocomo dropttaaL ami inai mera waa Utlo hope for ma. I then UocldoUtu try COMinL oaa Stla. practical SHORTHAND 1NSTITUTJJ1 5th and Market Sts, - Louisville, Ky. 33aDL"ticai3Loe Dr. Miles' Restorative NcrTine, U I waa than urtablo to net and aleep unUJ all durlnf my vrlt on toward daylight, tal. Ilmo I bad a dwp, heavy pain in to CHARGE. UvUtd, lift aid. I tM ltrnoti mUtrabu, tha Xtrxtr bottla ot a.'tertaiing1 could aleep all nlfbt Juat aa well aa I avot did. Tbo Kerviiu h tha only remedy that gave me any roller wnaiever. 1 am now wetland atrooe. and I ikonfc OoJ nxryOay Of my IV forDr.MUu'tltrvint." MRS. JULIA A. SHOWN, Dr. Wllea Nerrlno la aold on a poaltlrn (oarantee tnat tne nrat uouie win iwnenu one-ha- JStr. SHORT-HAN- Tam-o-shant- ' Success assured In TYPEWRITING and Pupils assisted to POSITIONS MONTHS. Terms moderate. THREE Business men furnished Stenographers FREE OF when competent. DOOK-KREPIN- Affords the best facilities for thorough tralulup; In , tolmoa-colort- d j Alldruigt.uaellHatll.o bottlta forW.o Jones Morehead, Dr. Miles' Nervine ? and oure I) the bait boaie la ihlp w. numuu liboral ad. Tbla It BetldM we hare Utter facalllM than other homea In havlntf Yancaa on oonil?menta. many Urge factoriee to apply. We ftt you the tpr prloe and pay apo caab. not lii T tthlp alt your wool and farm proUuoe direct to trad. Ko tratollnj HBRNDON-CflRTE- R IOUKVXLU. KY. 110 Third fitr.at. or 813 to 810 JCurrelt Court, WOOL. WOOL. ant CO. mfmsHfttifAfm kw AfTlBWPSITr' it j f ,. &&?'.: s..: ' t t $ -- 4 Hartford llopublicnn Pminv, OCTO11KK9 u ilong roslc'rs'of tho array of voluntecrH will prove. IIclsnafattlifuHohlsflnnn-clal obligations, and as Intent upon doling tho right. Ill" houncHold Is visited hj newspapers nnd magazines, to which 'moro lliuo nnd attention nre given than In innny homes where liettor facilities to rend are afforded. The farmer Is U10 most numerous class In tlie country, and Is therefore the man more than nny lother Interested In tho country's welfare, nnd In tho national Integrity. All 'theso things luelng culled to mind, and they nro all uppnrentenough when tliey are oallcd up, It Is hardly fair to set the fanner over Into llio ranks of the populist, and to mnko him tho typo of that 'grotesque olltlcal crvntlon. It Is doubtless correct that In the far west, when tho linlluclnntlon rngel at ilts worat, n large projxirtloii of the iop ullstfl were fanner, but that Is not yet to jiy that n largo proportion of tho farmers were populists. Wherever tho. populist farmer wns found In large numbers there also una found the form er of other polities, nnd nil over the In Its west, when populism wns most malignant form, tho mainstay against Its further growth, nnd the force tJuit turned It under to die of Its own absurdity, was the farmer vote. The fanners of this country nro not west of tho Mississippi. The rami population of New York and Pennsylvania Is greater thnn that of the total imputation of any other state In the union except Illinois nnd Ohio. The rural population of Pennsylvania is three times tl.nt of Nebraska. Thefarmsof l'ennsjl-- ' anln numbered nt the Inst census those of New Yoik 22(1,000, of Ohio 31,600, w 1th a value of $.1,000,000,000 for the farms of tho three states, or about of the value of tho farms of the whole United States. The forms of theix; three states produced In tho census year acrop worth $110,000,000, or h of tlie w hole crop produced In n-eSOO,-00- 0, h one-sixt- -j aa M'KINLEY'S DOLLAR. Gcnoral Directory. STATU Ulpstw TabulON 1S96. 1 TO How HELP THE MHMER. MnJ. McKlnley's dollar's a dollar 80II11 all tho way through, Good for tho rich or tho Kor, sir. Always stilnlns: nnd new. It holds the nllnt of tho sunlight And cheers wherever It Iks. McKlnley's dollar's a dollar, The best In tho world for me. for McKlnley's doltnr, A lusty throe times three, Tho pood straight dollar, The fair and square dollar, The loot for you nnd for me. In tho hand of tho toller It glimmers, With n promlso safe and secure, It's worth Its own weight, and, besides, sir, In a ifl.rort trusty nnd sure. Wherever on earth you may wander McKlnley's dollar will guide. Whatever troubles beset you McKlnley's dollar vlll tide. Chorus McKlnlay's dollar will open The lock of each factory doer: Tho wheels ngnln will bo singing Their paeons of effort once moro. The llttlo tin bucket will glisten The ejea of tho worklngman, too! Tho good old times will come bach, sir, Tor McKlnley's dollar Is true. Ct.oiu.- jHurrah for McKlnley's dollar, A lu.ty three, times three, Tho good straight dollar, Tho fair and square dollar, Tho tiest for you and for n.o, In Chicago Inter Ada Iddlngs-Oale- , Ocean. Chorus-Hurr- ah mMZ&nSMBffiimSSIBSIXEUl NVrlh-iugUii- Ol'PICIAL.1 -- Governor William O. Hindley. Lieut. Governor V. J. rJeerctarynf State Alturno) General Auilitur-Hiiniiii'l i. C7 EPsr-- "- rl '"? Chatlca Finley. MoICIr.loy Would compllah This. Ao- - W.S. Tujlur. H.S10110. V. j.,,..ii,iu:atji: h Tmiturer Can't Cure Oicrt,irnliictlon with Tree anil Comn Tlirnuijli llio Not Through lle WoriU. Geo. Commirsiitucr oi Agriculture, FactorlM Mlnt-Tell- lnc With n few Incisive nnd eloquent words Maj. McKloloy cut the ground from under one of tho chief nrRiimenls of tJio freo ellier people. In tulilresslnff n delegation of farmers he snlili Freo silver will not euro overproduction You don't get eon nor underconsumption. mimcra through the mint! you gel them tho factories. throiiRh Moore. Bapflrintciulcut Public lustructlou-Ge- o M, Davison. Register Laud Ofllco Clias. 0. Reynold. Insurances Uurrnu Comtnissioncr-- D, W. Coiningaru. Adjutant General I). II Collier. 8lato Librarlau Mrs. Mary Brown nul Statistics Lucas ASiUBlA fr.ulrn;.v:'.rr.'Tr ANvBctiibJoPrcimrorionforAB,:;.iir.r:,;r ,n THAT THE FAC-SIMILE ,:m SIGNATURE Ulpiins Tnhulefl curfl nsuren. Illpnns Tabules: at dnnrtflsts. Itlpans T.ibulw cure dlislncss. ltlpans Tabulcs euro hcrtdsehe. Hifians TaIiwUh euro flntulAnoo. Iilnaurf TaIiuIo erne dyspuA. Itltmns Tabulefl njtlst iVIcMtloa. Hlpin? Tnbulci euro bad IrtsHi, UliKiiiu TibuliHi euro billoiuntM. lllpsiiE TaIuIcs) ono kItw illaf. Hlimiw Tfibulca euro IndlgeaUMi. Hlpans TAbulc euro toipld lit r. Hipsns Tahtilos; gentle cAthArlli. IllpAiis T:bulrrt euro conitlrwtkm. KIpaiis Tnliulcfl' for sour stomseh, H.pans Tubule pleasant laxst ts. ltlpans Tnbulrs curn liver tronbles. slmflating UicToodniKincgula IliigtlcStomuLhsondl3cm-ubQf iToiiiolcsBlgcanoiLClicciful-nc5- 9 Day. ltAII.HoAD COUMISSIoNKltS. The free silver Idea was first preached to the tcslcrn farmers, w how cro told That tho making of on unlimited number of client), dollars would doubla tho prices of their products, and this would result In making tho whole country prosperous. It was evident to tho thinking twin that this was rotersing Wheal tho natural order of things. tlniou wc.ro dull and people were, out of work ami able, to buy only tho most to at- limited (juantltles of tempt to restore prosperity by iloublnf? the. value of tho latter was certainly not tho way to bring" relief to cither tho farmer or tho rest of the nation. Evidently tho only sensible remedy was to bo found In tlio creating' of alnrper demand for the fnnuer'a products by putting It In tho iowcr of his ens- timers nt home and nbraud to buy moro of them. Iho way to accomplish this, M aj. McKInley pointed out, as through the restoration of tho iollclcs of protection nnd reciprocity. An udequato protectJio tariff will open our workshops to ticlr fullest capacity, nnd give more steady work to our own at better rates. Then they w 111 bo able to buy much more of the products of thofnrm, and the prices of tio latter will Iraproio with the better demand. The renewal vi the. reciprocity iwucy will open up larger foreign markets for our produce, nnd assist) in giving tie farmer bottcr prices. MnJ. McKInley said depression In agriculture always follows low tariff legislation, and the farmer is sufferlncr y because tho number of his com- petllors has increased and his best customers are out of work. Diminish the competition and increase, tho number of his customers by a. fenslblo and reciprocity txillcy nnd tho fanner will get better prices fur what he has to cell, while Uicrcstot tho nation will eharo In his prosperity. But lrostcrlty will never come to tho farmer or anyone else by opening the mints for free coinage of n depreciated silver dollar, while at tho banie time wo shut up our fuctoriea by the adoption of a fieo trade policy, to Iwth of which Ideas Mr. Bryan stands pledged. Pittsburgh Times. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dcnipsey, II, S. Irwin, Secrutnry Samuel F. Drown. .Tno nnd Rcat.Contains ndlhcr Sirum.Morphlno norlDrtcml. Mva'aja-StNEZZmE- IS ON THE 0T "lll auwer gti iTary pr- - OF I IB LV LLV LLw Bl 1 jH 1 amours ional. Scnaton Hon. William C. Liml. say, Hon. J, G, S. Ulackburu. Representative Fourth District Hon. John V. Lewis. WRAPPER OF EVEBY ebulnrd n4 all Pat- MoDtRtTI CIS. . PaTiNTOrnti nj wtnicur tailiotw lul ilatt Ikia Uat . rtmola Irora WuMnrtoa. acou mwiii uiwina vr yam wiia lion. Wa aJriic, l pawn libit n tA, lit M thAttt, Our to not dm till rauol h enrtt, Wi A piurHitT, " Hew w Obtala PaNau," teat of am In Ika U. S, and fcralfa coaautai JJrui, Mot frta. Tridt-ltuV- t Omit, and ntbTlnrncn()iclcdler ounomccitOrpetiTCU. mnr .. ncairlr, I wngc-enrnc- I pro-tcetl- io , TILLMAN i AND THE COURT. SUPREME lected to cheer his audiences with the glorious popocrntlo programme respectn ing tho supreme court. Senator has Jumped Into the breach to correct the omission, uud In a speech ot l'hlladclulilu reassures tlm thnt this reign of law and order need not bo endured much longer If the npostlo of repudiation Is elevnted to the presidency. Says Tillman: "If McKInley Is defeated tho democratlo party will take tho rascally judges by tha throats and teach thum that there Is yet liberty In tho land." This is the kind of unequivocal talk that enlivens the ca'mpalgn und serves fully to educate the people Whnt Is tho ui of with the great Issues w hen a llttlo pla In ipenkli)r cover the ground 60 much more clearly? "Theeo rascally Judges," ns Mr. explains, the men who hold tho highest places of honor now In tho hearts of tho people, are the bo taken "by tho throats" when tho popoctnts mil Into poTt with black flntf aloft In their ship of ruin, robbery and repudiation. This throat business must not be taken literally, perhaps. That Is merely Tillman's way of saying that their decrees will bo throttled, their judgment stilled, their honor smothered, their freedom cut off, so that they may be taught "thero la yet liberty In tho land" for all thosu who may applaud Brjon, tho mountebank, Tillman, the fcenvenger, and Altgeld, the anarchist. Tillman's timely discussion of tho supremo court lssuo suggests n division of labor for thrco leaders that w ould Insure tlaat nono of tho threo features of tho platform would bo blighted. Let Bryan continue to devote himself Bolely to free silver and repudiation. Let Altgeld treat of his hobby, the immunity of mobs from finlctal intervention, even when government Interests are attacked. Tillman can keep Impressing on his hearers tho fnto that will bo meted out to the supremo court "toko tho rascally judges by the throats" If Bryan should Ikj v ktorious. These are tho threo chief planks In the jiopocratlo platform, nnd thcMinre their reprcbentatiio nnd respective Tlll-'maEhllly-shallyin- g TU1-iw- in t It cannot be denied thnt Candidate Brjnn has devoted himself too exclusively to tho sllier question and neg- FALL term begins August 31, 1896, iDuea 0TIIEK COUNTY OFFICERS. at her home for the receptiou ol pu- rrvtnuuai per mncitribr a a G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Special only ones who will help In the death. Pu,s- - Thorough training. ... ..... .. irrilraent bt pra- m t P obviinordltiUoofimbQjioa.Ti. AsCn But they will be for "sound money," us uueuuuu given to young pupils. Springs. Daniel, Assessor N. 0. Cromwell. y 1 our patronage soi they always have been as a class. Just Terms as usual. rTrtw rrnf fci lvitli and Ivsuiirv Z. H. Shultx, School Supt. HartMfttxu uid ndir 11im lndomi il ibouuAtli oun THE LEADING NATIONAL UEPUBLICAN ns enthusiastically as tho men of any licited. 5 Gin PATIENTS TREATCD DY MAIL ford. FAMILY NEWSPAPER, otlier calling. Pittsburgh Times. roSdeoUallr. rr tjartltuUn addma, with Maia. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur lVriaunl. Will mnko n viporrus nud ulcnllefs filit tlirnufli tho Prciidential DR. SNYDER. JUVtSSStHS'iSSilk. Not Mud. SIiirIo Idle Free 64 page medical refereac Springs. campaign, fur principles which will bring prosperity to the entire Maj. McKInley In the closing words book to any person a filleted with any Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouee country. of his speech to the republlcnn editors special, chronic or celicale disease Keeper, Hartford. Irs campaign ne und dicufsioiis will interest siulihouldb from West Virginia hummed the pur- - rwnllinr to tli,ir cpt. Ailrlrua t li read by everv Anierican cit'zen. JUSTICES COURTS. pose, policy nnd end of the republican , tending physicians and surgeons of We furnish THE REI'L'llLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY Fordsville. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's J ?' ,1S 2our.vr, '? the the United States. Dr. Hathaway & United States nnd then there will not Co., Ferry, March 21, June 20, .TRIHUNK, I'olh pH'i r 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. be on Idle man beneath the flag." September 19, December 1.9 r. REQULATK THC Mr. Bryan and the Chicago nnd St. 43 1.' Buford. Ben F. Graves March STOMACH, UVEH AND BOWELS Louis platforms offer more money. The 26, Juue 25, September 24, DecemAND PURIFY THE BLOOB. renubllcnn nartv offers more work. No Tfcjfn 11111 tin ber 24. man, no men and no land ever Improved BIPANi TAnCLI mr U Vm Mat triry l rutin Atlilrcss ull iirdcrs In the ' Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, D 4a kaw latUafMil mrj Its condition by Increasing the volume cf Juno 4i September 3, December 3. Biafc. ? fr atta. PftVlA,CkrU of money. Increasing tho volume of UtrTltlHllatSU4Cwr4iUav NprHtilllfC. Woodward-Ma- rch Rosine. C. L. I'llbllr PjtvcaUrr, Oralf llrralt 4 til Jte work Is the sure path to pence, pros if Ut Ilu4k, livrv r4t?r 4 I1wU. Hon. J. S. R. Wedding, Elector for 13, Juno 12, September 11, E3C,I-tlOl3- L. perity nnd happiness. KfTaUU TftbvlM eonUls tMrtXliLj tnJiHai to thoHiMiWicutmuUofi. ArriMutto There Is the broad difference between the 4th Congressional District on the December 11. Write your nnrtic and addresi on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Des Ukf. M.KNtul, tukd 1rImm4iaW rlW, rHo-- M the party of anarchy ond the party of Republican ticket, has made out the Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch Room 2, Tribune Iluildinir, Ne' York City, and sample copy olTIIE CU T DOS. MAJ b tr.roQfh BttrcM dnirtTuC. or lruU. ft4arU Industry. "Open the mints," says Mr. following 7, June 7, September 5, Do NHW YORK WKEKLY I KIHUNK will te mailctl to you list of appointments to THC RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.. Brynn, "nnd prosperity will come." cember 5. u tlsi?iu rmrrr. vrvYfiur rrrr "Open tho mills," declares MnJ. Mc- speak in the District: Bardstown, Oct. 10. KInley, "and work will come and out of work prosperity." TherO'Is only ono Leitcbfield, Oct. 13 way to open the mills. By the conFordevllle, Oct. 14. THE fidence "found money" will bring and BY OOINO TO THC (1 Hardinsburg, Oct. 15 the Increased demand protection will QUICKBST give. Brnndenberj, Oct. 16. Louisville Dental Co., These two will bring more work, nnd ucniHL mnLuno, '4 Tlllsf UNB b-the American vn orkmun w nuts w ork and In the Ave. Theater Building, on 4th bet. Often & Walnirt Wc oiler One Hundred Dollars Rewages nnd not free nllver and Inflation. XfflWiCArT This Is tha place wtifrayoican haveyoarflratal work dona bettor an4 for leaa tnnney than I There are ot least 2,000,000 men withward for nny case ol Catarh that canany cithf r I'Hce In llir Sontli Rvery oporator In ml oBUs la aa eipvft rrajnala of not It thaa In the United States. out work Sro rear txpstliHice, (r"membr un Btndeata) capaMa and wllllar to irtre tpu any adrlca nt be cured by Hall.s Catarrh Cure tilnlnj to chUer jrour mural or artificial tMitb. Wa makacverf braocB ot daniUirr a apeclaity. But the republican party In power and not w III not be on idla man beneath FJ CHENRY&CO .Props,, Toledo.O. NOTICE OUR PRICES, "there fint et of tKth on ruhlior, O.C0, cuarantt-,- 1 to flt and aralnat hraakaira for flva jrara. A. our Hag." Philadelphia Press. We the uudersigned, have known wrltKn inarantn elreii with everjr art. Gold filllucatl.OO and ap: I'nra Slltw nillnfi, 79c. all ollur jilaillc fllllniia, &V. Oar crown and bridge work, or teeth without platan are aa ran, Dlract ConiMctlou Por Hero Is a gem of populistlc oratory F.J. Cheney for the last 15 yesrs iron; and iwrTlctable u jnnr natural troth, and at price lower than tha lownl. teeth and Wcan extract rour Y011 can put la new vne aama day. Taetli extracted, 25c, and nnd believe him peifcctly honorable from the bifurcated tongue of MissouCINCINNATI AND THE EAST. without psfn. make apilnmenta by mall. All aminlailon fren, A lady at. haya In attendance, at ri's governor Stone: "A slimy and in all business transactions, nnd finDirect Connectlona lor jioisonous snnko has laid a foul mid ancially able to carry out any obli caall PoInU In corroding hand upon tho welfare of the notion." And yet the governor was tions made by their firm Mississippi, Louisiana, ArkansM, In the Avcnuo Theater Building, 4th St., bet. Qrcen ond Walnut Texas, West & Tiitix, Wholesals Druggists, sober nt the time ho mnde the stateOklahoma, Mexico, I It will borcen that when the farmer Is to lie counted In anything we must commence with tho farmer ot our very doors. And there-waneurntlme when the farmer of Ohio. Pennsylvania and Xcw York could not be relied on absolutely to stand up for his country In nny danger, no matter In wluvt form It presented Itself. Then Is no Instance . on record w here the. fanner vote of the V V I i I. ot tomlng states of Illinois, ffrent V Michigan, owa or even otnors of the. , ' prominent, although less Important, states of the union, allowed themselves to follow nny of the Idols of folly w hen n crisis threatened. But If the past were not n sufficient gunrantee that tho majority of the farmers of the United States nro not deserving of the name of populist, the declshe repudiation of all vngnrles by the farmers of Vermont, w hen the question comes before them In plnln nakedness, clears the farmer's skirts of the libol of ioltlciil Imbecility. Some farmers hero and there may be wandering off after the blathering nonsense of Brynn and his crowd, but the men w ho are going to stop that folly , foreier, nnd who nlono nro sufficiently numerous and powerful, are the form- I -- the country entile!) ltlicvd ofniy ttoubles. I m ver intend being without Simmons Livir Regulator." I STATE LK(1ISI,ATUIIK. Memory is n little treacherous now Senator Hon. A, D. Janiw. and then, nnd causes one to forget Rcpreecntiitlve Ohio County H&n. some things worth remembering, unless one has mi experience like that C. M. Harnett. which came to Mr D. E ISnft ModOHIO COUNTY. alt's Creek, Vn., who siys "I hnd cincuiT COUNT. Hon. AV. T. Owen, Judge Oweni- been suffering lor yenrs with n torpid liver nr.d f mud no lellcf until I took boro. Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney Simmons Liver Regulator hen I was Oivensboro. - BOTTIJB3 OF Atxrfecf Ilcmcdv f6f Conalloft- tion. Sour Stoiiuch.Diarrhdcu, onn3,Convulsions,rcvcrish- omec. wvtwiviiay Opp. pavcHT C.A.SNOW&OO. 0.0. WaaMiNrraM. ticss andLoss of Sleeh CASTORIA fit li act tell "Jirt jwta." EROVEIi Too Simile Sigmilurc of NEW YORK. IT " thousands submit to this Me without a struggle People cannot learn too toon tbit couch and colds and throat and chest cannot be salely neglected. The most fatal disease known to physicians have their inception in there dl'hoiders. It is easv to cure a cold It is to cure consumption One follows the other as surely hs night follows day Dr. Pell's Pine Tar Honey is a sure cure for coughs, colds, throat and chest troubles. Druggists rell it. Fot wile by Z. Wayne GiilTui & Bio To be drugged istly gtve by the neglect ol a trivial ail- ment is not an enviable fate, and yet T. II. Black, Jtulcr -- Hartford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Hiugo, Master Commissioner Hartford. O. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford J 00 .Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Centerlown; S. T, Stevens, Cromwell. nit ib la aiMht lottlw oslr. It bill. Loa't lkw tareu to Mil toi ujlMig eln ea tli pie tr eromlM Hit It OuViHa ! In u EXACT COPY OF WRAPPCn. lil (M ' em SIX tr tr. "LLai&tteuZ&U . - f nod" aaa Be lilt jw - TTipfW. a ""T. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, ami third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COUB.T. RALLY BOUND THE FLAG -- TASTELEESEI I'OK C H ILL t i John P. Morton, Judge Hartlord. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hsrtlnrd. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfo- rd Court convenes each month. first Monday in W SOU XI) MON'fiY. aMaaJBfcam itBaHtflfM iVcxi-iona- l TDNI WARRANTED. PRICE VViss Margaret fJall, BIB QUAKrEKhY COUUT. ill. iiya&m AflDB1l HAltTFOIID, KkSTUCKY. Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July ami October. COURT Or CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. Horjor ' iHome Prosperity paWMoJlolnaro., SI lal,Mn. Wa atM lut Toar, flHO aottlaa nt flanlUmcni (IIUIVCS TASTRI.KKS CIIIU. TONIO aivl kara ttoaabi tliraa aroM alraadr thu rtar. In all nar an Mnenea ef II Teara. tn the draff unimn. ' aerar aold an anlrl a thai B7.T) aueh aalearialiana. XacUoa aa joor Tuolo. liOurstnilT, IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. CO ct3. a 1, ills., nor. i. ua. inn .... Aa.iir.Caaa AO, H 1 1 ffffiB i mm. ONE YEAR I'or sal by Willianu & licit. barra-U- a m. M I I &l ABULESl 111 -- I OASTOniA. &A HAnTKOUI) ItKIUBLKAN. u 3SLy. ( OnlH-ta- J OASTOniA. .....................a..Val SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY I BEm luuiowillc V. - y L001.lLlEpPlPlll. 11 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, -- THAT ment and otherwise qulto ACTION w ell. Toledo, O. Raiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O Demand the Itetarn of the MoKtuley Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter1'rociHtlve nates. nally, acting directly upon the blood Ohio woolgrowers, In their Tho convention, demand tho return of and mucus . urfnees of the system. the protoctho rates that obtained un- Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all der tho McKInley law, and nsk tho Druggist;). Testimonials tree. (Joekmiuiters of tno state to only Bup-lo-rt Hall's family Pills are the best. eandldutes for congresH who will OF WOOLQROWER3. nn-nu- 4 W.M.St. and California. WB CAN Slvt.LYOU OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $ 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver fillinjjf 75c P.xtractinjj, pel tooth sjc Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located SUVERAI, FAITH- -f or women to travel for responsible established hoiife in Kentucky Silary $780. payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position perEnclosed manent. Reference FAST TIMG LIMITED TRAINS. PULLUAU MORE HARDWARE FOR $1.00 THAN ANYOTIIC.R HOUSK IN TUB CITY Michigan Steel UauKCt le.nl nil fir bennty. Durability; pood Cookers. Htst Baiters, use little fuel Jewell Cook Stoves lend nllotlierp. Prices to unit the TIMR9 Healing Stoves of all Kinds. Balii'Knnd I'enclnir Wire; Iron and Steel Roofing; alrto sec our New Rock Asphalt Roufinn; need" no palntinfj for TUN Kxamine it or write- to ns lor jiaitlculars. Agents for years. "UKANi.iis nmtinltlon. - BUFFET SLElPERf m ' Write fur Information tothtnearcaAatota the Chtaapaake, Ohio A aVMtkwMtani R. H. JOHN CH0LS, A a. KY. ii HA Otn't Macgr. LOUISVILLE. TCH, Taaa. Aft What n trinity to brave tho sober judgment of the I'nltcd States of America I Chicago Tribune. Mr. Powderly In a nutshell when ho wild In his New York speech: "It hounds beautiful to nay that tho world Is my country and nil men are my brothers but is tlio first law of nations unwell as of nature." Tho nation, like nu Individual, must Hi e nnd my its just debts, und there Is no honeslcr, cnslor method than to tax linfMirts und protect homo labor. put the tnrllT question Nebraska Is nu Indian mime, und signifies. "Shallow Wiiter." This Is, of tourw, no reflection on tho Mate, nml wo merely mention the foctotthls time for tho iiosslhle Information of Mr. lirjuu, of Lincoln. LIBELINcf THE KARMEil. The Innultliii of tho I'opo- ir.itlv II)hrlU One of t'.io ntwiiinptloiiaof the Iliynii school of pul'tlca! hmubiiggery has .been tliot the furmcT is muled iiwuy iviith thodoluhioimof frevsilier. Prom uvury stump tlm ih o hybrid speaker him appealed to tho fanner ns the man who Is (iceullnrly concunicd In di'HUoyIng tho credit of the nation, nnd In repudiating every honeiit debt, Jimt why the fuimer hhould bo svU't'teil ns thu man moru hiueoptllilt) than liny other to diiritonekt QPIionla wiw not mude known. Yet tlui 'jdiiy for tho former was modo ki t blstent that It hasU'cnnewpli din some .quarters that tho words "fnriuer" nnd "ixipiiIlBt" are to mine o.lent Hynono-inouiiioeiiitlc-i.opulU.tl- ' Kvuryhody ih snot b'llec nil of this, .liouover, tiartleiilnrly the foirner hliu wit, who by his railing docs nut mnko hliuwlf, either In moruU, clwuueter, jikhIs, or tastes, any dlffen rt from (my .other man in the country. Tul' n rule, tho farmer Is ns RtentlfuM In als .niggeil deiollon to the truth iii ty i;nun. llolsuslovul loUieiuitlon.uHllio f lonil Nitcutli ill Harm 've. Horse Cave, Ky., Sept. 31 Hon. Under the freo wool, J. S R Wedding ad Iressed a large law now In force, the occupation of tho crowd at this place to day Mr. Wedwoolgrowers In Ohio and elsewhere has was the bett political almost entirely disappeared, causing ding's address He held damage to thousands speech ever delivered here. untold of farmers. Under tho McKInley law his crowd lor mote than tvn hours in they flourished nud nrotuiercil. Under advocacy o( protection and sound the proent enactment they hove stead Ills ability ns an orator is lly declined, until tho raising of bheep money. unequa'ed the Sute of Kentucky. for wool has almost censed. Tho woolgrowers fully understand he the remit of toMuch good thnt William Jennings Bryan, when a day's politictl work nnd McKinley member of congress, voted for tho Qor man law. Ho f nv ored f rvo wool and did and Lewis are xure to cirry this county. nil hu could to secure Its enactment. But ho Is carefully avoiding nny reference to It In his public spceclien. Ho Wnrihr Your 'iullJcii. hasn't a word of defense for tho voto The mrcem ol Hood's Harsaprllla tlvo Incubus of free that heled fasten scroluln in whatever wool uixm the farmers of tho country. in conquering On tho contrary ho dodges tlvo Issue way it may manifest itself is vouched ond prutcs of freo silver ua the panacea lor by thousands who were severely for all tho woes experienced by tho aniictetl by this prevalentdisea.se, but agricultural chiarcs. Ho would have them favor n debased currency, nnd who now rrj'iice over a permanent at tho same tlmo Lo eomiellid to ll cure by Hood's Sarsapurllla Scrofutheir wool product In competition with la may oppear ns a humor, or it may Australia und other counnttact the glands ol the neck, or break tries, where land costs virtually nothing nnd pasturage. In had almost for out in dreadful running sores on the body or limbs. AtUctlnjr the mutho asking, Tho wool pnxlucera arc not to lie cous membrane, it may develop Into foiled by his specious pleas. Tho furm-er- s catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead were tricked two years ago by freo trade. They do not propos" to bo to consumption. Come as it may, a caught by free sllverclinff this time, faithful course of treatment with Columbus (0.) Stato Journal. Hood's Snrsnparill.i will overcome it With the election of McKInley tho re- for woiking upon the foundation of turn of prosperity will bo a certainty, all diseases' inpure blocd, the system and that Is the reason why all business is clarified and vitalized, and vigor, ruen are for him. strength and health restored to the Mrs. Smith Wooldridge, ot Kimble, body. Ky,, was so afllicted with her throat for over two years that she could not If vour child Is nuny.lretlul. troub Fpcak above a whisper. After she led wlthglandularswenings, Inflamed used the first bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine she could talk as well as eyes, or sores on the head, face, or (.ver, nud the case Is such a wonder. body, a course of Ayer'n Snrsnparilla It 1 cure that her neighbors come In to Is needed tn expel the scrolulous hur e for themselves and are astonished mors from the blool, The sooner to hear her talk. i ou begin to give this medicine the So(d by w pledge thiiuhclvee, if elected, to voto for a revival of n protective tariff on ool. WlUon-Conm- 1 fAmorloan Stoam Launclr' St., . No. KMnrummftMmfintm. i rminiTii m 1 1 1 Wain 1'kixohtom, finest Ky., work of OwensboroXv. iiawntx Dues the WANTRD TZ5 flrlttlHawEl laundry in Kentucky, work is all guaranteed. ara not torn up, but are in good coiiililinn. any Tha Good retarrr-o- d mimMUtJ aaailaVa 11 ed stamped envel"pe National, Star Building, Cfiicacn The MO BE Clarence Casejjikr IIautporii, Kt. Agt. Laundry SUippod on Moa-da- y, roturnod ou Friday. g Horn. l'eritii wli 1'iih'I mtr. Any voter having moved into this county from another State siuce last November election day is not entitled to n vote Nov. 3rd 1896 TIIATTHE- Any voter that has moved into this county from nnother cuiiutv in this o, y state slnCQ ,he MCOtld dly 0, Ma 1896 is not entitled to n vote Nov. Is making Cabinet !' I'li'Mi clieaper tlian any i;allerjr ever tlid In 3rd 1895 lit this county Any voter residing to bo of the- most perrnaiKiit finith, Hailfinl, pimrniili'iiny nil ' who has ch inged his retddtuce from ftvilo. that 'ill not Cabinet pur dozen, 3175, hall dozen $100. one election precinct to another since Half Cabinet iizi$l per ill .vn. Koupectfullr, Thursd ty Sept 3rd 1806. or who noes c.CE3'X'KjE2, 2Xlym election day, Nov. 3rd so move belore 1896 will not be entitled to a vote on N. II Will b hre ti'l alter I lie Fair, and longer unlesi the river said election day. C'oine befnro the Fair nud Avoid tho riieia'i wn can got 111 Oreon liver. Hlectlon ofi'iecrs and nil honent ruth, Thu Floating istudin trill ga I'miii hero tn Itocli'iler, then to Itnck-p- ort voters should set that only legal and South Carrnlltmi nml will hnd at the inmller pointa between. votes lire polled. -- mm - J. p fTjCOASIK SCH 5T3T;IO-- -1 DENTIST HARTFORD, KP.NTUCKY. 3E-- O. laTartford., J t a mitmiM1&Mim&wlITmmimmmmrmammvkmimmvmnmrWKpiMmjmMUmH'0imm of Dental Operations. Prices mast reasonable. Office over WlllIaMs it Bell'a Drug Store. Vitalized air or laugh'ng air ail. ministered for painieea oxtraclUi teetk' Why safier with CoHgba, Coldaaajd IjiCirlppo whoa LazatitH JJaous Qoiximh will core tob la one day. Does not product, the rlngliif la the bead like Sulphate of Quinine.' Fat np in'tablcta conTeatlcnt for takiaar. Guaranteed to cure, or money raaaS ed. Price, l Cents. Por sal by Williams & Bell, Hartford; K. V, Wlltlama.Beaver Dam; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ceutettown; Her Co.j Rockpott. U. Is prepared to t'o any and all kUia y Dr Pe'l's Pine Tur Hci ry ir illf ferent from all other couh remedies. It cures by allaying the infltmniation nnd Klvlnu tone, strength, vUor nnd vita ,tv ,0 the renplrntnry organs, All dnu'RisUsell It. For sale by Z Wayne Onllin St nro Who oaa think of aorua alraDla thlBf la palaall Prctaol rour Ideaai th.T mar tiring you raai.a. CO , nwui J....W WBUDRllUUBll Wrlta lOlltf rera, Wublntton, II. t',..roe their ai.nu uriao uaar BRY AIT & STB.ATTOW BUSINESS COLLEGE ShorllHiid, tion. Extabliied 18G4. Teloijr.tphy, Institute. Wanted An Idea . all druggists. Por sale by getter. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Offers unsurp (."ft-- :nlvnnt ige.i for smiting a Practical lluslness Kduca Nu other school or South possesses eijual facilities for locating young men in positions in the South, south-we.- it and west, Write fur catAddiess, alogue -- Free HRYANr&UTRATTON, Louisville I, lX