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Has paht r Jk S "' T B- - Ootucti "NHMMT B v SHIK WJCDICAt Tie Haeteobb Beptjblicae OFFICIAL SILVER OR GOLD. Bettor than cither is a healthy liver. If tho liver is O. K. tho man is O. K. His blood is kept pure, his digestion perfect, and ho can enjoy lira and act intelligently and pationtly upon tho questions of tho day. You all know what to take You havo known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator nMwM liJutU. Be your own Agent. H KXAUINA.TION str OEM OF TEE PARTY IK ThE FOOSia C.N.EE.5IQM BIStEICI. KSQUIKB. VOL. IX. HAHTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 16,1896. l'roerniii Por colored teachers' Institute ol Ohio county, October a, sj and 24, 1896: Thursday; called to order at to a in by County Supterintendent, reading ol the scripture and prayer by Rev. Rnckner. Address by County NO. 12. Latest U. S. Gov't Report por fJearly- - isljujej DELKER'S 0 a OEsurrc'ZJ'srssr CSCE3 3Li3ESlZ. Superintendent; organizttlon; adjourn for dinner p. tn. School management, 30 mlnutei Prof. James Davis, of Rock port. Discussion. 1:30 p. m Spelling 30 minutes-M- iss Mary Drown.ol Cromwell. Discussion. 2 p. in. Writing, 30 minutes Mlsa Ilnttie Field, McIIenry. Discussion. 2:30, Language lesslon, 30 minutes Miss C. T.EIdson, of Taylor Mines. Discussion. 3 p m. Composition, 30 minutes jrpf Prentls. DiscussMiss ion, v 3:30 Attendance, 30 minutes Prof. P. A Gary, of Hartford, Discussion. Closing. Priday morning, October 23, 9 a. in. Singing, reading of scripture nnd prayer by Kev. Wui. Z. Thomas. Roll ctll, reading of minutes and adjourn 30 minutes. 9:30, Arithmetic, 30 minutes Prof. 3 M. Taylor and Mr. Mark Acton. Discussion of Arithmetic. 10:30, Reading, 30 minutes Miss Georgia Walker, of Hartford. 1 1 1 Pnl m, Highest of all in Leavening Power. L Powder ABSOIslflTEIsY aMwe&a Baking PURE KrG U I A TO R J 3E3Cj9lVe1 HESXjDD KSSttiSaKAf. VSg"y- - & 4 BT7 Wile Nk &&&& 0 0 o 0 CO XOO IlPor Oexxt. tla.o 3E3lct2a.c3lsJ023a.est- - -- WRITE FOR CATALOGL- E- NO HELP TO THOSE MORTGAGED Ilardahlp, Nat Fro Silver t Moat of Tham. People owning their homes and having mortgages upon them should no) be misled Into thinking that a free Mlver victory In November would be oj assistance to them In meeting theli mortgages. A little examination wll' show that on Uia average It will brln hardship Instead of relief. This woult be true, leaving out of conelderatloi nil circumstances affecting wages an incomes and confining the argumen nlmply to a bare discussion of th mortgage Itself. Tho great majority of mortgage especially the smaller ones on dwcllln, houses, are written for three or fiv years, and of thU class tho greate number for the lesser period, whll many run for a year or two. During the last few yearn a great many 0 three mortgages have contained ifold clause. It U obvious that no on having such a saortgaga on his hous would bo helped tn tho slightest b; free stiver. It Is equally plain, that, a tho contrary, woro gold at a premium It would be harder than ever to mak&i nllf, WHY WOT POTATOES? What Is tho Mattor with tho Prloo Flxod by lav in Yoars of Big Crops. On a Lehigh Valley train up in Cayuga county the other day, a redheaded farmer from Moravia wns try ing to convert a sound money man to free silver. Just below Frcevlllc the train tun into a big potato patch, and the farmer, looking out of the win dow, said to the goldbug; "Just look nt those potatoes. The whole patch almostiuined. That hot spell in August was to much tor 'em. There ain't a tenth of a crop. Last year, we had thousands of bushels more than we could use. Couldn't sell 'em at any price, couldn't give 'em away, couldn't feed 'em. Just had to let 'em lie in the ground an' For years you and your fathers havo found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been put up only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take nono but the genuine. It has tho Ked Z on tho front of tho wrapper, and nothing elsa is tho same, and nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Jnn.n. Uleun, J.N. II. Wedding, LAWYERS, Will practico their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. HpecW attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Office, oTfr An Jerion'nIVi uar.) GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. Sold by authorized dealers or direct from a m. Geography, 30 minutes-M- iss lEEEUEUEn CO., MANUFACTURES, Hndrsn,Ky Kfsa'l SJIea. Teksee. Ida Berry, Beaver Dam. Discussion. 11:30 a m. Daily program, 30 minutes Prof. P. A. Gary, of Hartford. Discussion. Noon, 75 minutes. 1:30 p.m. Histoty Miss C. T. Ridson, of Taylor Mines. 2, Civil Government, 30 minutes Mr. Mark Acton, ol Sulphur Sgiingi. 2:30 p. m Grammar, 30 minutes Prof. James Davis, of Rockport Discussion. 3 p. m. Queries and discussion, 60 minutes. Closing. Saturday morning, October 24, 9 a. m. Singing and reading of scrip- BOY TO CUES TOOB3HU ttllll.U U8I50 IT. WHERE THE WORKINUMAN WILL GET IT. ' The tobiccu liabit grow on a rota Otll kit nervous syvtetu is serioutly affected, imps ring health, comfort and happiaeH. To juit suddenly is too ever a shock to the system, as tobac on to as inveterate user become a atinulaut that kit system continual. y "Baeo-Cur-o" is a scientific the tttcaeco habit, in all iti carelully compounded after the lorraola of an enimeut Berlin phyai-ciawho has used it in hia private practice since 1872, without a failure. It ii pursly vegetable and guaranteed sepertectly harmbesi. You can al Ike tobacco 7011 want while taking "laM-Curo- ." It will notify you vk'ea to top. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any nit with three boxes, or roiund the nosey wltk 10 per cent, intereit. "Baea-Cur- o" it not a substitute, but aseiaitifie curs, that cures with-a- t tke aid ol will power and with 110. It Icavca the systom ine'envenieuce. as pur and free from 0 cotine as the day you took your first heir or anioke Cured By BacoCuro and gaiued Thirty poun ds. Froai hundreds of testimonials, the erifinals of which are on file and open te inspection, the loll owing is present feHr i . . v. ture and prayer by Rev.Isaac Horton. Roll call, minutes of the last session read and approved 45 minutes. 9:45, Physiology and Hygiene, 45 minutes Prof. S. M. Taylor, of Horton. Discussion. 10:30 n. in. Trustees Hour, 60 minutes. Discussion. Noon 75 minutes. 1:15 p.m. Reading of school law and explained by County Superintendent, 60 minutes. 2:15, Hearing and discussing the report of the committee on resolution. Closing. All aie requested to make special preparations for the1 subjects assigned them und make this a profitable In- craves. tare fer rrsi, ni 11 1 stitute. Supt 7. H SlIUtTZ, P A Gauv ) Com. CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. ilalli ffUIUI ' MM WW! wmiaui CIyton,NevadaCo.,Ark..Jaii.28,95. 'iklisiHMHsrXsisisisBsm.lbw y" -Eureka Chsmical & Mtj.. Co., La 1-K7 KteM,. v - Crosee, Wii. Gentlemen: For forty tk rB I used tobacco in all ita forma, Jealttventyflve yeara of that time I ' wai a great sufferer from general deI'rom lUrper'a Weekly. Copyright, IKK, y Harrr H Drothsra. , bility and heart disease, tor Gftcen ysiaVs I tried to quit, but couldn't I IlnrxN to Wonni.wouAX Now, hold still, and 1't. cut your dollar tn tw toek varioua remedies, among others without hurting you a bit "The ludian Tobacco Antidote.' Double Chlorideof Gold." 'FREE SILVER'S IN THE SADDLEI" etc., ate., but none of them did mo the least kit ef good. Finally, however, I parekased a box ol your "13aco Care" aad it kaa entirely cured mo of the habit in all its formr, and I have inrreuad thirty pounds in weight aud am relieved from all the numerous aeksti and prins of body and mind. I eould write a quire of paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yojirs respectfully, P. II. Makmjry. Tailor 0. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. 80 d by all druggist at SI. 00 per Wax; three boxes, (thirty days' treat written Meat), ?2 50 witk iron-cljearaatw, or sent direct upon receipt ef price. Write for booklet and wref, Eureka Ckemical & Mfg. C La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, mu.au. w . 'T'. !&. .u Has through passenger trains and Fart MEclent Double Daily Service from Cincinnati and Louisville to Illinois Central f. f. i. Memphi6& vJewOrleans In connection with theB. O. & S. W. to Louisville, reaching direct or making close connections for principal points OlD5H & t "le-To-Bao- ' h,usj cluding Vickburg and Jackson, Miss., Baton Rouge and Natchez, La . Little Rock nnd Hot Springs, Ark., Waco, Port Worth, Dallas, Houston andSan Antonio, Tex., aud points on the Pacific Cast. It also has firoutjh passenger trains and fast efficient doub le daily service from New Orleans, Jackson, Memphis and points South and West on its own connecting lines to On its own nnd connecting WG5 lines, in- Cincinnati, Chicago Making Joaisville, & t, Coai8 Chi-cag- o, ad direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH nnd WP.ST Including St Louts, Buffalo, Pittsburg'. Cleveland, Boston, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond. Utn. ItoMV S7-6n- io. ? ""V & P, Iflla' rala Pll & AL I Solid vostibulo tralhs, through Pullman Buffot Slooplngoara, Through froo rocllnlng chair Cars. ISM rl m v A ,11 ABsuaiaBVa. 1B Lai fMa. WAKTHT-anVRR- responsible eatabliabed house in Ken tacky. Salary $780, payable $is wrekly aad expensed. Pesltion per anauaat. Beference. Unclosed self, addreeeed etamped. eavelope. The Watioaal, Star UnlUHng, Qbicago. or womea to travel for "ftyWWlffV' &, Particulars of your local railroad ticket agent. A. II Hanson, G P A , Chicago. "Yes, but whar'a de saddul?" vz W.A.Krtu.OND.A.G P A. Louisville. I'rraoiiMl I'nitK 64 pajje medical reference BIATBU BAM St. at, TIMS TABI.K book to any person Mllicted with nnv specUl, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Addrefs the WHST BOUND. leading physicians npd sutgeona of a. ui the United States, Dr llatluwny k 7:16 IHMVall 11:43 a. tU. Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. AeMtaodatlon Way Freight y.j p. ni. 43-tAiaModatl(rii . 8:18 p. m. A luiici'. Mew Orleaaa Limited . . it:aa p. m. One of the best ways of Judging of ... and advertisement's pulling power is Ctaclaaatl Liultad "t to put yourself In the place of the 4UJ s;s a. m. prospective purchaser and guagc the AeaeHodatloa 6:j6 a, 111 elTect of the Advertisement upon jour, Way Vrelfht Aacaasmodatloa 1:10 p. ut. self. II it produces in jour mind a a de Va Mall IHo p m. sort of desl'e to try the coods. cree ol curiosity about them, whettid Uaslhx Uaaaicr, Agt. them by the manner ol talking In the udyertlseiuent then it is pretouvrroawjiLJL. ty fair to conclude that the advert lament ought to btliK? rem'H, and ice fW9 mtffta, versa." Grocery Woild, D. HA3T-B0UN- ... ... .... When people are obliged to take medicine they want that It shall give relief and not add discomfort to their ttwN 'iiiur We ofler One Ilundrcl Dollnrs Re- suffering. Threercasous why people vr'10 suffer with Constipation and Bilward for nny case of Catarh that cannot be cured by Hall.s Citarrh Cure iousness should take Simmons Liver P.J CHRNKY&CO ,l'rops.,Tolelo.O. Regulator. "It is better than Pills, We the undersigned, have known it does not gripe; it .gives quick relief, P.J.Cheney for the last 15 years, and does not weaker) but strengthens nnd believe him perfectly honorable and relreshcs theSfhobs system." J. in all business transactions, and fin- R, Hiland, Monroe, Ia. ancially able to carry out any obligaOur Job Department Is always tions made by their firm. ready to do your Job work for you at West & Trttax, Wholesals Druggits, the lowest cash figured. Toledo, O. Waldlng, Kiunan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter, nally, acting directly tion the blood and mucous surfares ol the system. Pilce 75c. ptr botlle. Sold by all Drugulstv Testimonials free, Hull's family Pills nre the beft Sukscriptlons $1.15 per annum In advance. Bates and Torms- - I ul-o- 1. iiZST j IkjI notices too per line first In sertlon and 5c each subsequent insertion. I.krfe contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter toe per line. ' 10 cents per pound Fine factory oheeso These dollars contain more pure silver than the United States dollar. (TThose who deliver stock In droves Should bring an extra horse to draw horns their money. A. D. SHELDON. Dated August L Mr. Sheldon Is able to do what ho promises to do. He Is giving the farmers of Chautauqua the benefit of the inflated prices which tho advocates of a Is a blood disease and only a blood remeto cent dollar desire and is. doing it dy can cure it. So many people make without asking tho United States gov- the mistake of taking remedies which ernment to becomo a repudiated and a at best are only tonics and cannot possian lndler. bly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Greencastle, Indiana, aays: "Por years 1'archa.lug row. of CtMap Money. Maj. Sanders, of Louisville, who served I have suffered with Sciatic RheumaIn the confederate army, recalls that In tism, which the best physicians were unable to relieve. I took many patent January, 1804, 1m tried to buy a in Meridian, Miss., but found medicines but they did not seem to he could not afford It, the price (In reach my trouble. I gradually grew monoy) having been $j60, and worse until I waa unas a compromise he bought a paper colable to take my food lar for $123. With gentlemen to whom or handle myself in collars and handkerchiefs are a superany way; I was absopast fluity such object lessons from lutely helpless. Three will hare very little weight. The marvel botttes of S.S.S. reIs that the Inflation cruze should have, got such a bold upon tho people of the lieved me so that I south, where the bitter experience wltb was aoon able to move should, haw lasted confederate money my right arm; before present generation at least- for the long I could walk Philadelphia Record. across the room, and Condition rrior to ISIS. when I had finished one dozen bottles Bomo of tho free coinage men still was cured completely and am as well aa say that all they want is to "restore ever. I now weigh 170," the conditions that existed prior to 1873." In 1873 the total world's pre. tluctlon of silver was 01,000,000 ounces 8.S.S. curea Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, and the silver to a dollar was worth' In gold. Last year the world's and any form of blood troubles. If you fl.0-blood mediblood product of sliver was lflSiOOjOOO ounces have aS.S.S. disease, take a ixvatanttt d purely vtgtta-table- ) and tho silver In a dollar was worth cine la exclusively for the blood and cento. Will the sliver Is recommended for nothing else. It only SO miners restore the production of 1873 forces out the poison matter permanent- is the first step toward "restoring tba lv. we win MmdltlonaT" send to anyone m ai our valuable Give us a call when you want let books. Address Satisfac- Swift Specific terheads, envelopes, &c. Co., Atlanta, tion guaranteed. Ga. silver without making a per cent ? attention given to eel Third Does free coinage mean that SPECIAL makinc nhalrantii fro the Government should coin all un- also Notary Public for Ohio County. coined silver held by the United Office North side of public square. States and mine owners? R- - E. LEESIMMERMAN, Fourth Will the Government realize a per cent, oncolnageof silver under free coinage? Yours truly, Dls Prlece far Farm.ri'trroducU.' Hartfokd, Ky. A SuBSCHinitn. The Chautauqua Xews, of Sherman, N. Y., contains in Its latest number an Will nractico hia nrnfrminn in nil Ihn Answer First Yes. advertisement which we copy free of Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Second Yes. char get Third Free coinage, In the strict Collections carefully nnd promptly atwar rrucKa Office with T. .T. fi.ltl, tended to. In order to aaalat thoM who betlnve In sense, simply means that the Govern& Co., Market Slreet. tho "whits metal"! will pay the rollowtng-price- s In Mexican stiver dollars (no chango ment will make no charge tor turning given) for live stock and produce delivered bullion into coin. In the sense in t Shermans LOCO BtMra welching which the phrase Is popularity used, pounds or over, line . and fat ........... ......J centa per pound it means the same as free and unlimitoo Heifers weighing SPECIALTY: pounds or over, nneand ted coinage; that is, the Government ...S cents per pound fat pound will coin bullion for anybody who Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Rheen, fat and heavy..... cents per Ijumbe. fat and heavy.. .TWeenta per pound brings It to the mint for coinage BVANSVILLU, IND. Veals, fine and fat ., Scents per pound weighing 100 to 1M i'iga Office 4i6Upp. First st. pounds CUcents per pound without charge. pest lloleteln milk cowa.tM per head Fourty No. 0. t creamery butter.. 28 cents per pound culation, and, Instead of more money with which to meet Indebtedness, there would bo ices. Owing to the unsettled condition ft affairs lenders would be more unwilling than ever to loan, and, as an Inevitable result, payments would have to be defaulted. There is still another point. In the very great majority of cases mortgagees do not willingly foreclose. They want their money and Interest rather than the property. This is especially true of the savings and cooperative banks. As a result they often carry mortgages that are due until such atiraeastheownorcanmeetthem. But if they saw that they would receive at some future time an amount less than its value in gold, and only such a payment could be of benefit to the borrower, they would demand a. settlement at once, and, If that was not forthcoming, they would foreclose. And foreclosure in a panic means the wiping out of equities. In the above statement no allowance Is mode for loss of earning power on tho part of the home owner. It Is assumed, for the sake of argument, that he will have as much money as he has now. Even on such a showing free silver to the great majority would not be a help but an Injury. Boston Herald. might also b remembered thai there ore always, especially during good thing for the Legislative to have hard times, a large number of mort. goes, especially on small houses, that passed a law making potatoes worth, are overdue, and are being carried say twenty cents a bushel? This is along by the mortgagee. a mighty big State. We're Bearing these facta In mind Iteeemt of the nation In population tmfe to assume that the average life ol mortgages on this class of property In and a larger part in wealth. Wc do this city and ita suburbs does not ex- a much larger part of the nation's ceed one year. business than onestwelfth. Surely if Por free silver to be of advantage U the United States, which are only the mortgageor money must be more of the plentiful and mora easily obtained within that time than it Is Is world in population, can fix by law a thero any reason to believe It would price for the world's silver, then New be? York can fix a price for the nation's Even without a special Beeslon oi congress, called as ooon as possible to potatoes." The farmer looked out of the winpass a free silver law, such a law could not reasonably be looked for within dow for a few minutes and made no that period, much less an inflation ol reply. At last he said; tho currency, so as to givo relief to "I hadn't thought of it in that way debtors. In the meantime what would before. Seems to me there's somebe the situation? The crisis in financial affairs would thing in that" follow immediately upon the success Then the goldbug got up and went of free silver at the polls. Followlngthe withdrawal of gold thero would be a away to let the farmer think it over. New York Sun. sharp contraction of the money in cirone-twel- fth to-da- rot." "Don't you think," answered the goldbug, ' 'that It would have been o (TT0B1Y JT AW and adjoining counties, and court ei Appoals. Special attention given t collections. Office east side of putin square. M. L. HARTFORD, UT. Will practice his profession in Obto Heavrin. Shelby Taymr. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beavrr Dam, Ky. . Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjeiaing counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westorfiefd, Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Attorney HARTFORD, ICY, Remember we take In old Sewing Machines as part pay on our New Will practico his profession in all th Singers. Gross Williams Agent. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to bis care. Oel Qneatton AawerU The following questions and an- lections a specialty. Office over Ohio swers appeared in the Commercial oi County Bank. Also Notary Public. Saturday from a Hartford citizen: 3E3. 3E. JM3E3-A.IL- ., Hartford, Ky., Oct. 7, 1896. To (Unnly Attorney) settle a dispute, will you please answer the following questions: HARTFORD, KY. Pirst One of my neighbors, a PopWill practice bis profession in tke ulist, says that the words "free and Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. unlimited coinage of silver does not Special attention given to colmean to open up our mints for the lections. Office in Courthouse. coinage of silver of all nations. Does at Law, Attorney at jC&w, JNO. B. WILSON, it? Second Does free coinage mean that the Government should coin any Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY; Attorney at jaw )r. 4. cimaer O.B. VIOKERS, Rheumatism Attorney at Law, IIlIRTFORD, Will practico and oqfoining given to his care. building. KY., bis profession in Ohio ceunties. Special to all business entrusted Oflico in Raruimaur Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attoruey. Who can thick or aonie almple Wanted-- An laiDtfiopaifiiir Protect ronr Ideajj thev maj htiux you wealth. Writ JOHN WKUUEHUUHK Jt CXI l.tlHl AltorI). o.,or tb.lr sl.ou prlae oiler WuMmton, ao4 uat et (wo btuvlrej uveuUwi w total. ARMISTEAD JONES, hand-Kerchi- ef te Idea ujl Nt LonIs LaulsvlU,lluieroii A Jnuel. Ov' In BUmi Hull-nnj- r Weet L, L. Louisville L Irvington ... uranaenDurg 4. boand'TT dally No. No. 43. dally A Real Blood Remedy LStephenport 7 55 a m 6 30 , . 9 7 55 8 20 , . 9 49 8 58 . 10 38 " pm . L Cloverport L HawMvllle . L Owcnsboro . Ar Henderson , 1047 ( 11 12 13 15 No 918 944 PBU048 II 55 15 Bast bound LHennerson dally 3 4 5 5 4. No. 44. dally sss . . . 7 so a m . 8 35 L Owensboro . L Hawesvllle . . . 9 S L Cloverport . , . 9 50 L Stephenport . 10 11 L Irvington , . 10 51 11 18 h Drandonburg , 12 45 ji ut Ar Louisville 2 55 pm 616 639 800 55 53 17 35 J " ll!M, Goon rows ciino from nil over tho WHAT 18 FREE COINAGEP What la mrantby tho frco.unllmitod 4th District In regard to Hon. Juo. sliver dollars, Mr. Lewis' record hi colnago of lilllor. W. Lowis. ntMA A.iniitiHttx.. Congress is such cs to commend htm at tho ratio of 10 to 1? A silver dolSubscription, $l.2B por yonr lo nil the peoplo of his District. His lar weighs about sixtcon times as ellorts in behalf ol the peoplo of Old 1 much as tho glil dollar. When tho Friday, OerontmiC, 1896. county will g'va him a large vote in legal ratio of weight was established Wo me Authorized to nnnotiure this county. Whilom Congress last for the coi lingo of the two metals it JNO. n PINLUY represented their winter lie devoted his titno to the best approximately A a candidate for the office of Jailer 8ubjtet lo the action interest .f tho peoplo of hid District market valuo or commercial ratio. of Ohio comity, nnd they nro now glad to havo the An oiinco of gold was worth about olthe ilrimbllcan patty. opportunity of voting for him. Jnn. sixteen times ns much nsmi oiinco of liver. At present nil ouuco of gold W. Lewis will cf rlnlnly ho tho next is worth moro than thirty times in Cougrctira.tn from tho 4th District. Hartford Republican legal-tend- ftritifintiet'i- - flilrer Colnrgii. Washington, Oct, 13. Astntcment prepared by the Bureauof Mint shows that during the month of September the mints dl the United States coined from silver on hand, purchased titider the net of July 14, 1890, 2700,100 standar1 silver dollars, containing 2,088,358 ounces of pure silver, the cost of which wan $1,862,671, giving 0 seiguoiage or profit of $837,428 to the Government, which sum ha? been deposited in the Treasury. m p- HISTORY OF MONEY. Showing tho Klnclo of Monoy used In Dlfforont Stngos of Civilization. A - The O0111I Olil X Republican Ticket, ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. For 'YILLIAM McKIKLEY, of Ohio. Pinlitrnl. For Vice lrcWenl. OARRETT A. HOBART, oi New Jersey. Tor JOHN V. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deraiog, Mt. Oli- vet. At Largo 8. H. Knsb, Manchester. First Distriot W. S. Maion, of Hatfield. Second District Georgo II. Tow-er- y, of Dixon. 'onsre. Fourth District J. 8. R. Wedding, of Hartford. Fifth District Charles E. Stiglitr, of Louisville. Warsaw. Glasgow. ' Third District- -J. F. Taylor, of Sixth DiitrictD. B. Wallace, of Seventh District John L. Bosley, ef Paris. Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, of Nicholaivillo. Ninth Distriot Mt. Olivet Robert Buckley, of B. Marcum.of Tenth nckaon. Districtr-- J. Eleventh District I Somerset. II. G. Trimble, " BrtYAN's law partner will vote for son will do McKinley and Sowall'a likewise. nest issue: Do you favor tho resolurefused to give a notice of Gov. Bradtions as passed by the Fordsville SilWonder ley's speech last Friday. ver Club demanding the withdrawal if the Governor won't quit speaking now. Wr. must have had very poor civil officers about the time of the "crime of '73," for it has just come to light. Do you know who brought it to light? Yes, the silver trust of the west, the greatest trust in the world, and when you vote for the free and unlimited coinage of silver you vote money into this great trust. Will you do il? Tnr. Hartford Jferald iseo blinded by partitan feelings that it absolutely crntic parllcslmvc always fought cr.cli other in fensoit and out of sea.on. That is the jecotd Why Is it, If the "National" Democratic patty is the genuine ntticle, that they rc not fighting their old time enemy, the Republican pattv, nnd vicu vkrpa Haitford Herald. Yc, Gods of Ijcrall Whoever btnrd of such crying from a supposed Democratic paper? Why is it you Uo aro not fighting the Populist? you endorse the Populist platform? Tho National Democratic platform and the Republican platform agree on tho money question, but diller widely on other questions. "People CAMIltV.T. who live in glass houses should not Molasses making is done and the throw stones.'' Answer out, if you farmers are now busy sowing wheat. aro a Populist, support Bryan nnd The teachers meeting was held t dollar Tins. If the Watson, they arc good Populists. here last Friday, October 9th The Another good citizen,- Luke Anderteachers present, twelve. Mr. J D. Here 13 the way Msj. John M. Car-eo- Miller gave a nice talk on how the son, in 1873 earned $426.95, and in the veteran political correspond, school was conducted forty years ago. 1895 he earned $424 He could buy of food and goods with his wages in cut nt Washington, figures on the reRev. J. D Duncan will fill his reg- 1S95 full twice the amount that he sult in Kentucky after a personal in- ular appointment here next Saturday bought In 1873, and Luke says the spection of nil the forces in the field: and Sunday. present dollar is good enough for "Gov. Bradley's vote was 172,436; Mr. N C. Daniel aud family re- him. He doesn't want a change. Now, it is estiHardin's 163 5J4 mated that the sound money Demo- turned home from Texas Saturday. xtmcB. cratic defection will take from that Mr. S M. Wilson and wife visited I wast every nan and nontn la tho United Slitct Intereited in tte Oplnra ami Whisky party 30,000 votes. The highest esdie hsva timate of the Republican tree silver at Deanefield Satutday and Sunday. hihita tnAdilrattnnn of inv hnnkt on then Uo.. 11. M. Woollir. Atlanta, eiitt. Anderson. Box SSI, and eu wlU be lent 70a fro. vote is 10,000, which is really without Add 50 per ceut. of the foundation. sound money Democratic vote, or BY FACTS. 15.000, to Bradley's vo'e, 50 per cent, being figured for Palmer aud Buck ner, and you have 1S7.436. subtract Congressman Baily assured his audiance in this city that ho was willing 10,000 as Republichn loss, nnd you have 177 446 Subtract the 50.000 to submit the silver dollar to the firo test, asserting that when melted tho sound money votes from Hardin's vote, and add to it 10,000 free silver bullion that formed it would buy as much now as it would havo bought iu Republicans and 17,000 Populists, aud 1873. you have as the probable free silver vote, 160,524, which gives to McKinWould it Buy as Much Labor? ley a majority 0117,911. This is a The average annual wages of American laborers IN 1870, as 6hown by low estimate, for I don't believe there will be any considersble vote ol Re- the United States census report was $324. publicans for Bryan, aud that McKin-ley'- s Tho average annual wages of American laborers IN 1890, as shown by majority will reach 30,000." the United States census reports, was $481. The Hartford Herald will please It would have required the bullion in 318 silver dollars to pay nu averanswer the following questions in its age year's wages in 1870. fifty-threo fifty-cen- Why, O, why don't the Republican press of the country turn their batter-le- a upon the "National ' Dcmocrntic It Is C.irt? only olduntil by its members to fashioned Democratic in existence to day the genu, ne article, all others base counterfeits. The Republican and Demo much as an ounce of silver. Whoever owm gold bullion can take It to tho mint nnd havo it made into coins That is freo enimigo of gold. The gold thus coinid is worth what the ciin purport", irretp'eUve (if the ttamp, all over j troiM. Tho silver udvi'Ciitcs demnud that every owner of tho il vcr shall bo permitted to take it to tho mint without limit and have evpry cents' worth of it stamped ns a dollar. That is the proposed free coin ago of Bilvcr. Thoy say that the stamp will mako the 53 cents' worth silver pass current nt par with a gold dollar. It would not dc so, either outside or within the Uuited States. It would bo north tho prico of the silver bullion iu the piece stamped as n dollar. One of our old citizens, it miner, is Pierce Myers. Mis first year's work In Harllngton was fromOctober, 1873, to October, 1874, and he caned $405, 63, In 1895, lu the Mine mine in which he worked lu 1873.74, he earned, digging coal, $599 77, and for entry work $139,50, n total earning of $739,27. Suppose Pierce has spent his whole earnings in 1874 for any one ol the follow) tiff articles: 1'lour, sugar or calico, and had bought with his enrniugslu 1895 the same articles, the account would have stood as follows: His wages of 1S74 would have bought 45 barrels of flour, 2,700 pounds of sugar, 3.245 yards of calico. His wages of 1S95 would have bought 164 barrels of flour, 12, 286 pounds of sugar, 14,744 yards of calico. We see here that Pierce ws able to buy of the necessities of life in 1895 more than lour times what he could buy in 1873-7- 4. But he Is not happy, he waHts a change, and will dollar. vote for the Bryan Glty-cc- nt He will evidently get the "change" Time. or substance hate ben discarded mid others retalnwl. The nntutiU ml we general tendency well hnvo only to Juilfo the future by pnst cxperk-ucto p ml lot what will ntul what will not bo the prlnclpnl money ' moUl of tlio future. Hunting and Flahlna; HtnR. Tho kind of mono In iim In many countries Indicates the drrrrca of civ ltlzatlou attained. Man probably flrt became a tindlnu; animal lu the hunting nnd finhlnp 8 tape. Weapons of wnr and the chase, together with ok Ins otul fun, were then the most Important kmdaol property. Hence wo And that tho more useful, stable and portable of Uicm articles wcro first used na money and In barbaroiM coun aro eo used 11 midi'i-stooil, tic useful Just now In ordir to glto 11 utoie definite liloa u( cxiiotly whal money In, mid to loam whj certain aril-clo- study of tin growth of tiiuney ma; nr y TESTED Beaver shins, or "beaver," was tb unit of valuo when our forefather traded with the Indians. Thus otio boaver equals one brass kettle; ono leavor equals two shillings; six era equal ono Ion brandy, Fishhooks formed the currency on the northern stores of tho Indian ocean from to Coy- Ion. Latterly, how-j- , nn.vvnn bkim. ever, pieces of bent 11. wire wcro tubtl- - III WAMPUM. lulxl for real hooka. Wampum was the currency ot the more civilized Indian tribes In New England and Long Ifchind. It Consisted of whlto bcudit, made from the ends of n perl w Inkla shell or block beads modo from a clam i0t?l tirnuigvd In itrlns or bcltfl. It became tbo official money In Mew Knglaud and New Amstcrdwu and lot lta place as money between 1C50 and 1700, when th "Smart Alecks" among U10 whites began to debone It by the 1a!r unpolished or unplerced or by mukloff them of bone, horn,. gli,w. nnd even of wood. The colonist!) legislated much trylnff to fix price, ami to pave wampum from declining In alue, but itwiis bclnff produced too cheaply. Natural luw wo ngnluKt It, snd It had to (, down. Tho use of slaFiIlB ns motwy It "till common on many tropical counts. Their he tuie Is probably duo to the strong passion, common to prloltlvc man. for personal adornment. ThU frttroHbellsa permanent Talue. Besides they arorery durable, comparatively light, and are convenient for small oliango. Whales' orrowhula, beads, tniks of Ivory nnd engraved stonra are porno of (he other money materials of thla later Btaga of civilization. IYj-al- a tries. Boms of the other money articles that may perhaps belong to UiU stago are cotton cloth, straw hats, cubes of salt, tea, beeswax, knives and silk cloth. It was probably In this stage that the precious metals began to lie measured nnd weighed more accurately nnd to be oast Into standard forms. I'oumfrcUl RtsRO. 1. lNiF.11.NAt, TitADl!. When men began to live In cities, to have regular markets where products wcr exchanged, mid to hne shopketjiers or merchants nnd professional trodera, there wos a great need of 0 more uxact and scientific money such as could he supplied only by the mttals. Tin sc began to bo cost or stamped Into the regular forms, sires or weights. Uronze bars and stamped brono pieces were used In tlrcece and Italy. Tho bronre piece here represented Bhows thu evolution from cattle money to stamped metallic money. Weights In the form of sheep Indicate that sheep were In Biblical times the unit of inlue In Palestine. Iron wos uiid ns money In flrxrta. rieces of lent Iron ready for the blacksmith pass or money In west Africa and elsewhere. "Cash" or "sapeks" or "le" Is the only native coin nnd the only legnl tender of China as well ns the principal money of small accounts. Cash consists of round disks of a kind of brass ultli a square liole In the center. The evolution Itllll.Vrlll.VKtt will come w'en de race Good tlme we've won; Ills country will shine like morning MID. rrnttctlon will relRii'froiu sen tofea, Our money aoun' our ollvcr not lree- - Citont's; Wlun ftontiB ob bnllols wld stencil cross Shall stew dat kldrldlti' liver ho.'s. A Miiolheifacc boy ss big ns n Who.se name dasay U Hllly-Rry-n- man, Rose up one day from a new born town, Way out to'rd whar de sun goes 'own; Cnouus: Put stotnn ob ballots wld Mcncil ctoss Shall slewdjt kid liditi silver boss, IJh'iy sweet vlfl Should !"' "Ildehrnve; bojs, bliould fill to dc brim wld vigorous joys; Rludly thront; hill de protection Wld voices Cliontis: wid f tencll ctos Shall slew dat kid ridln silver boss. swttt in jubilant sonp. Caue stortues ob ballotd Stan' back yc"dcms,"gtvc groun' ye pops;" We will 'tcct ourlnbor an'ntirshops, We'll pay our debt- s- hab money to hol- dWld piper an' silver good as gold; Citoni's: When Montis ob ballots wld rtcncll cioss Shall slew dat kid tidln silver boss. I pity dnt boy, he 1) to brave, Wid sliver spa.de 11c dig" him own pmve. He Is most too youn tobeour boss An can't git daron a silver boss, Cn 'Kiis: Cause (tonus ob ballots wld stencil ctoss Shall slcwdtt kid ildlit silver hors. 10 XI risniioojc x. unoNZK Dixuesia xi. ikon is in ma- - tth, Tho It would have required tho bullion in 598 silver dollars to pay an averi of Hon. D. II. Smith, the Democrat In 18(U Mr. Liucoln said: "That some may bo rich shows that otucri may become rich, and beucoujust encouragement to industry and enter prise. Let not him who is homeless iU down tho house of another, but let him labor dilligently and build one for himself; thus, by examplo, assuring that his homo shall bo safe from violence when built." ic nominee from the raco for Congress and supporting Hon. J. E. Is there n Durham, the Populist? silver standard country in tho world that has more than one third tho per capita money as tho United States? Is there a silver standard country in the world that wes any ilvci? gold as niouey along with What is tho difference in tbo Populist platform of 1892 and the same platform of 189G? And why is it that you Eupport tho Populist plat, form now nnd was so bitterly opposed to it in 1892? And havo you retract ed all that you said nbout Hon. F.W. Pirtlo in 1893? If tho Government can make money by Jaw why then collect taxes? It the fiat of tho governmeut la sufficient to make money why have any ratio? Why not mako it 1 to 1 instead of 10 to 1? to-d- ay age year's wages in 1890 Aud tho bullion in the silver dollar, which was worth 31.02 in and SI in 1890, is worth only about 50 cents now. WAGES HAVE GONE UP, SILVER HAS GONE DOWN. Man early tamed tbo domestlo animals. The sheep and the cow being tho most useful, they naturally, with their skins (and some times with tlielr milk) for me d the currency Bnd tho unit ot value. Our words fee, Piltaral )!. KkJ IV. SHEEP. pecuniary in 1870 from the use of capital comn and cattle as money. Similar word Id nearly every language testify to th once, gentrtU use of cons and sheep a money. A man's wealth was estimated by his herds and flocks. It was in this stage that conqucroru stopped eating captives because It was discovered that they were worth more as (shepherds and carriers of water, wood, eto. Ilcnco also slaves of ten figured as money. Ac I Would it buy as Much Wh eat? The bullion iu a silver dollar would have bought ono nnd onotweutiotli bushels of wheat in 1873, the farm price of wheat averaging about 93 cents, and the bullion value of a silver dollar ranging from $1 OOi to 81.016. y about Tho bullion in a silver dollar would buy in Louisville two thirds of a bushel of wheat, wheat being worth 74 cents nnd tho bullion in a silver dollar being worth about 50 cents. WHEAT IS DOWN LESS THAN 25 PER CENT. AND IS GOING IS GOING LOWER. HIGHER, SILVER IS DOWN 50 PERCENT. , j Would it buy as Much Corn? The bullion in a diver dollar would have bought nearly three bushels bush- of corn in 1872 The bullion in a silver dollar would buy about ono nud els of corn in LouisviUo y. two-thir- Nothing is clearer to tho minds of fair thinking men than it is tho duty tho atof every good citizen tempt to bavo this grand country adopt tho free and unlimited coin age ol aitvor at the proposed ratio, for this alono means silver raouomctal-isa silver bases, a depreciated a brief period of intoxication, and then a complete demoralization of business and a financial crash. st m. cur-renc- y, Tun great cry of tho "crime of '73," is now being made by those men attempt to excite the mind of meu who have never studied the money question and is made in order to try to make the voters helievo that a great crime was committed ami tho murder, er has gono unpunished. In tact, the question bad beou up in t'ongicss lor bo .era! sow ions and has bceu debated thoroughly by both Bides. In overy district 111 this county the freo coinage advocates uro promising tho farmers that 16 to 1 would raiso the prico of wheat tind grain and meat, and thus reduce tho piopor-tion- s of tho produce of the farm that goes lo pay tho laborer employed. Of all lirnzen performances of the century tho must impudent is that by which, nt tho sjhio time, the wage earners mo neked to assist iu a to main tl.cir food moro campaign dear to them and to reduce the wages of tho must numerous class of ThU is tho of tho c Mintry. A vcr question in a nutshell; it is e'uuply a question ns to whether our s arc getting too high T hoy may 11s well face tho wages. (juuitiiii, If our wago.earners thiuk thoy aro gotting tm hih wages they and their bh mid vote for Bryan lint if thoy wages will b3 luwerrri. want moro wages they should vute for McKinley, Bound Money aud wage-earners wftio-oarner- l'rotfciloii. TawrtiT;nT7Br3ia Twin Ed Bot Umli tl ' '"" '"'dllTHtUfrll'lc fjl Kjiup. l I'ruyor far CJIrla. You ask for a little nraver. Here States ' shall pay its great debt in dollars Is one written by Jeremy Taylor In wotth 5oc each, and that all private his effort to teach the world what was debts may be prtd In the same way, meant by holy living: "Tench me would be to enact that fraud shall be to watch over oil my ways, that I may the rule. Vet that is the sum and never be surptised by sudden temptasubstance cf the Bryan plan for the tions or a careless spirit, nor ever return to folly and vanity. Set a watch free coinage of silver. It is a misfortune, unquestionably O Lord, before my mouth, and keep kind in this United government U liv- great, and, so for ns It has gone; ir- the door of my lips, that I offend not in my tongue, neither against piety ing under tho stars nnd stripes won by remediable, that any considerable Hut this new reg number of citizens of the United nor charit. Teach me to think of a nation's blend. nothing but Thee and what is In or- - i imo sprung by n few silver mino States could be found to countenance coupled as it Is der to Thy glory nnd service; to speik tn bo greater than such a proposition, owners.prnmlses with the sinister threat against the uothinir but of Thee and Thy glories; tho struggle of 1800 if it U not checkIntegrity of the country' highest and to do nothing but what becomes Tho question that coned in time. court, and the power of the law to Thy gloiles; and to nothing' but what is wheth fronts evoryono ot us protect the public from the anarchy Incomes Thy seivant, whom Thy er wo, as n people, can alford to give of riot. Itlsbjon1 liuuitn ability servant, whom thy inCnite mercy, up a good, sound stapto currency to now to prtvent the success or failure by the (trace of Thy holy spirit, hath go off after a mere hallucination, a i il.Io la.notif !,M ift'irMmtn hflnnr sealed up to the dayof Redemption. " myth and n which is dec(Jed , Ruth Ashludraln October Ladies' a mce nw,orUy vote. ti,iu BfMlrinrr fill) rntllltri' limine (Tin I The Bryan party, calling tberui-clveHome Journal. false namo of freo and unlimited coin- Democrats, have precipitated the is, t net i iff The election is tn de- sue whether or not the United States, age of silver. Gen Trocy V'uts It no more tersely cide whether this nation is to repudi- the proudi-s- t nat on on with, is to be than truly when he says f of it indebtedness and written down n swindler, a cheat ate "The Chicago platform Is loaded thereby deslioy its credit with nil tho abrord ml at li'iine All that we can with dynamite. It declares lor ieptt great nations nf tho world or whether do under the circumstances is to do diatlon, nullification nnd revolution. it will stand firm for honest govern- - the be-- t we can, an that will be to To pronounce 50c worth of silver to ' l majority airiinst bea dollar, and to make that a legal mentj it will decido whether tho gov maWe the of tender for the payment of the public will compcll tho widows nnd fraul and atinst fie eminent discredit debt,' Is repudiation. To resolve not orphans ot tliU countiy to accept this country to elec- - to entorce the laws of congress when nnchalf that is due then on Hieinsur, so overwhelming tint, niter the n,l:,l l,nthr !, lion lias ueen tun icu,wcii.uq..m - resisted by vhlence and insurrection, policies; nnco for repudiation and social lbwithout the consent of the governor working meu o' this country uro to tnlfiti Into forpetfu'ne.s To recol the state, is nullification duo them from ordrr will fdc nrcept ono half that h The vote of every uinn who prefers ognize the Supreme Court so as to tho Paving hanka, or whether tho honesty to dishonesty Is needed In make It the register of the decrees of government will maintain a parity every S'ate Pile votes up in every a political caucus Is reTolutkn " between tho two metals now used as Stale in one vast heap for the candi company, date l"r President whose triumph moiiey.eo tho iuaurauco Nlnle (;H,i', orKniicii, nod tho savin; bunts can pay dollar tueaps the pteservatlon ol the United Capt Noel (Jilnes. olFranUott on fur dnllnrand that d 'liar wi bo good States' honor and the final erasure ot of Kentucky a Company Take these questions feri money. the scars which repu Hation has put State Guuds in Htrtford this wrek. mn-lfinely lliom and when you upon us already Ttie candidate's J. G Keown was ekctrd Captain; l)r ennto to vote, whether you ho Repub R. W Ford, 1st. Lieutenant; Sam A. llcitn, Democrat nr Populist vote for nimels William McKinley. The 'Anderson, jnd ' Li.tiuant. a. 1 your wife and children, vote for your Company is compose.) ol the viry li'iinef, vote so that jnu may lift your When the hair belu to fill out or hind hum heart to u U ami tlmnU uest young men pi imttioni ami Mir .loct-rii- ir, Him f ri' I'dlnir vn l Inastriipclo Uuu gtay. the sc.Ip need rounding ronntry, und Cap Gl"ta Do nn( we know rf no bettr fpecfic wliern R' mun1! N involved. gives It as hit opinion that it will tl t' inj'saMi you wi I Minly viito thmi Hall's Vutable Sicilian Hair soon rank with the best Cimp nles Sloiiey and f'i MfK'i'ey. Suiinl in the Stute. rcuvrr Pk .rt .1 FrniiU-Vo- lo It Down. To declare that the United to-d- ay one-hal1 rmti-ma' 1 is now less than three weeks uu til tho election when you will bo called upon to cast your ballot either in tho interest of gord government or for a depreciated currency, repudiation and Havo you made National dishonor. up your mind? This is n great question and ono which you should r!vo mature deliberation bofnro ynu cist your vote. It is low a time of peace nnd good goverument and all man- It Tho effort to establish an occult connection between tho prico of sllvor and tho prices of othor commodities cannot stand tho tost of facts. Courlor-Journa- l. to use metals, especially copper and gold, which at first w ere usually estimated In terms of cattle nnd were measured roughly Instead of being weighed. Wheat, barley and onts ore now, as they have been for 2,000 years, a mcdl- - ' utn of exchungo In Norway and perity than when he was a nomad. Though be continued to use cattle, slaves, etc.. as money, yet ha sometimes added staple farm products and Ix'Rcn In tho agricultural stago man owes ' land, has fixed habitations and la of a far greater Mirlety of pros- lcltart Stago. other retnoto parts of Kurope. Maize, or Indian Vj Iff 6 lj (M 4 VI If corn.once formed tho currency of Mexico, Central America and some of the early colonics. Tobacco formed the principal money of Virginia and Maryland. Itw as legal 1733. In Maryland tender In the handln. lly (00 A. D. the knives Indies long and the hokj or were 7 ring was larger. Liter the bundle disappeared and tho ring was attached to the blade, w hlch u as Increased In thickness to give the same weight as formerly. Still later the plade wns gotten rid of nnd the ring was pierced with a square hole for tho string. Thus transformed the original nnd cumbersome knife money beeamo a comparatively convenient enrrrncy, though the value has depreciated greatly, partly because of reduced size nnd Inferior quality of rnetnl used. Cash Is the hasls of all price computations In China. Considerable sums may be paid In gold or slher, but they arc treated as merchandise and are bought und sold by weight without n government stamp to guarnntee weight and flncnesn. The ns wns a brass coin used In Italy until after 200 A. D. . 2. iKTcnsATtoNAl. TnADB. When trade became International, there was still greater need for the most nccurnto nnd reliable counters of vnlno rxMslhl. Heal coinage lcgnn when governments first guaranteed weight nnd fineness with an official stamp. A gitvit part of this Immense gain to commerce nnd civilization was lost when, nftej while, monnrchs began to ubuse this coining privilege and to break faith with their subjects by damping light weight or otherwise debased coins oa genuine. 8ueh coin? would continue In use, but w ould soon depreciate In voluo. Figure H represents one of thp earliest sliver coins. It wns struck In Rome nbout 300 B. C. Gold wns coined In Rome In COC'Il. O, Figure IS shows the gold mlldus of Jullnn II. The solUlus weighed four scruples from 312 A. D. to HM und formed the biuia of more modnrn European coins. The florin, coined In STor cnto In the. fourteenth oentnry, waff the first regular coin of western Europe. It soon becamo the recognized unltot value In commerce and wns replaced only by the I'ngllsh sovereign, whlcH has since remained the standard unltol vnluo for International trade. The commercial world has chosen gold as monoy beeause, all tilings cor ridered. It Is better fitted for this pur poe than any other metal or snbstance. It ewes Its position entirely to Its Intrinsic w orth. It hAs needed no special legislation to sustain It, nor has the almost unlimited special legislation In the Interest ,of silver and other metals olid Mihstttnc's been able to moke them "as good as gold" In any modern clvh llzcd country. It has come by evolution, and will not go even by revolution. Wo liavo passed tho (Ishhook, wampum, tobacco, Iron and silver stages ot civilization and have catered the golden stage, Lach ycarfcccs some progressive coun tnr stop experimenting with the fickle, ana An' gtcnt dat l.dl from n campaign stump 11. C of cash In Interesting. About 00 So whar he mils' wait for Gabilels the Chinese wcro still using a bronze trump; currency representing knives 3 J holo In ono end ot Clloiil's: Inched long, with a Cause stottus ob ballots wid stencil cross Shall slew dad kid ridin silver boss. J H. OTRV. NILI.A TIIOM WEST AI'MCA XII. CHINKBU CASH." XIIl.COri'L'Il AO. He'll fall low as dc vaults ob dc dead. And de 'lection snow cubbcr up his head, Humsn lite is held too cheaply when the individual who needs a tonic for hli system, recks to cover his wants by putchsFlng every new mixture that is recommended to him. Remember that Ajcr's Snrsapatllla has a well earned reputation ot fifty year's standing, II you ate thinking of buying one, cs.ll on or write toGross Williams and ou one ol the latlet him bring (wine Maehlvrr, est Sinpers They are just too nice for anything. I have a fine lot Ilrirk Inr Slule. nf fust-cla- ss brick for .le st Hartford, Ky. Parties needirz brick for any purpose will do well to call on or addrcsB tue at the above place before purchasing All oidens filled promptly at most reasoniblepiices. Your patronage solicited. Respectfully. 40H K. L. HiSBRiKa Some people will think that Dr Hell's l'ine Tnr Honey Is no better than ether cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for t hem elves that it is the bast on -- earth. Up tale tij todste druggists sell Z Wayne Griffin & Iiro. it. I'or Why be koodw inked Into buying a Sewing Machine, when von caii buy the bast 011 earth (Singer) by paying $5 00 down and $3.00 every month till paid. Remember there Is only one agent In Ohio county and that is Gross Williams, Hrt-lerKy. Ckp Jobs d, Aei's Hnir Vigor, which has outlived and supttsededhtindredsof similar preparations, is undoubtedly the most fashionable as well as economi-ct- l lu the market. Dy Its ufc. the poorest head of hair so n becomes luxuiiant and beautiful, g . gajl rK-h- The prico of whes varied from 100 to ISO pounds ot tobacco. Dried codfish VII. (XJDFIBH. was onco currenV. INDIAN COIIN. cy In NewfoundVI. TODACCO. land. Sugar, rum, ginger, olive oil, eggs, Indigo and molnBbcs are somo of thu products that have been used In different countries. Tho friends of tobacco and corn tried hard to prercnt these "crimes against humanity," but tho copper, gold and silver bug conspirators came out on top In spite of special legislation In tho interest of tobacco und corn. This was a hard blow to our country. There Is plenty of tobHcco, corn, eggs and molasses to glvo us nil the "per capita" wecould carry It If thecrlmeofderaonc-tlzatio- n had not been committed against them, thereby causing prices these and other articles, except the of precious mctali to fall precipitately. Economists tell us that three articles ceased to 1h) used ns money because they lacked some ewentlnl quality. Tltey say that some were perishable; others bulky and hard to truns,oit; ethers could not be easily divided for tho purpoo of making change; others were not uniform In fclxo and qtmllty, whllu nearly all lacked stability of alue. lint every tobacco, corn, molasses or egg producer and eery lover of the weed, ot omelets or of Johnny cake and vorghum knows that they were demonetized because they were so plentiful that the Shylocks could not monopolize them as easily as they could the pi eclous metals, ManoractarlnC bUra, Tha manufacturing stage Is not clearly defined. Hoes wcro once money in China and they are In Anam. Little hoes, such as the one here figured, took place the of real hoes and bccuiue money. Hand made nails once circulated as mon VIII. CHINHBB ifon. IX IIND-MADey In some NAILS, Bcotch vlllacwu to-da- There are three or four boys the ages ol five nud ten years and one girl aged three at the all intelligent and brlgkt. Responsible pArtietj may adopt or otherwise take control ol them by alius-hous- e, poorhouse commissioners, Jude J IJ P. Morton, County Attorney V. Ford. 10 ' P. Neal and Dr. R jt. .- - I la IS Singers. Uemember we take tn old Sewing Machines ns pirt pay on our. New Gross m Wiluaus Agent. m aa HER LIFE TRULY SAVED. Li 1.0 v X 51 Dr. Miles' Heart Core Does It. Mrs. Ohas.Ia Tola t, a n resident of Denver, praises tills wonderful romodr. all as to (hs tier testimony should convince ladltnitora-tlve worth of thoNowIIoartUure Nervine. Her letter dated Bept-lltwm iviua cws tutitinoi ia . r 17 XV. XIV. GOLD BOMDU3 Oil JULIAN IL XVI. MKXIC'AN HILVKn DOIXAR XVIL IINOLIBH GOLD BOVBnElON. fluctuating silver standard and declare for the stable nnd world recognized gold standard of valuo. Possibly we may, by foolish legislation, make sliver legal tender for awhllo and drive gold out of circulation, but our commercial Interests will continue to una gold, and soon all Interests will be glad to drop Mexico and China and to return to tha society of civilized nations. Ilyron W. IfaH. Mas. LA ronrr, 1131 Ilaaboldt 81. "Typhoid fover left mo with heart trouble moat serious nature Nohlu( tha oetors rave bad any effect. I had tbvero pains In tbo heart, and was nnabla to US on my loft slda for moro than thro minutes at My heart soomod to nils bos U, and ifii uoinuunKanuiM, m every orosta wouia oa my waicaivcooms! last, we accr-den- tly saw an advertisement ot " 7 Miles' 9r. Restorative and true osiu. E State Supn'n'rn lent Davidson has fMMicil the p.ip rs In the last State I'.x.imtiMtlii,! for certificates to teach 11 tie common schools in the ,Stnt., ard we find anion? the list the name I Mr Craig a former student Uardiu of Hirlfotd Colle-Mr Craig Is a nf his brother of Mrs, T U pi oce, nnd is u ouug nun 0) cxtrnor- e thoy saved my life. -- , ntua. ujiao. jm ruicvA, Dr. Hlles Heart Onro Is sold oa a, poeltlva seat. Ruaranteo that ma nrsi ooiua wiu IdruKgUtssellltattl, bottles foe IS, or bottlept eactj. Af tor taking the maodles week, I could bo lifted In a chair and sit up an hour, and In a short time I was able to dolmbthousewnrk. I shall bq ever trsuful toyou for your wonderful modlclaas. Truly Nervine, and purchased New Heart Cure tytL Dr. AlilM Heari Cur ulnary habits. ?. " CAPES A KliJf. W Hm Q5S Bt ' "Saved "Several years My Life" STORY. ngo, whllo In BEAVER DAM. A social nnd candy pulling wi re gUen last Friday evening by Mr. Ambler Chick, South Ucavcr Dam, In honor of his cousin, Miss Nancy Chick, of Bowling Green. Quite a large crowd was thcie nnd it is rcported that n pleasant and most enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. Verge Stuart and daughter, Little Miss Mary and Miss Tommic Cooper, have been visiting relatives in Cromwell this week, Rev. Tuckthcchristlan pastor filled - A VETGRAN'8 i '- -' Fair Bros. And & Co. Arc now showing the pretties lines of Snolllng, Minn., I caught n sovcro cold, attended with a terrible- cough, that allowed mo no rest day or night. Tho doctors after exhausting their remedies, pronounced my case- hopeless, saying they could do no moro for me. At Tort thlstlmoabottloof AYER'S - x gver Brought io Janets Cherry Pectoral was sent to mo by n 52jf wj-1'" Ohio (Jocmiy, f rlnnrl wlin llrfffwl rno to tnko It, which I did, and soon after 15' t V IV Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles are right, the quality is the best, the priees are the lowest. LADIES FINE rcllovcd, and in a short tlmo was completely cured. I have never lind much of a cough slnco that time, and I firmly bcllovo Aycr's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." AV. II. Ward, 8 Qulmby Av., Lowell, Mass. I was greatly AYER'S Cherry Pectoral nigheit Awards at World's Fair. AYER'S PILLS con Itdlgutlon aid Headiest goods BEAVER JACKETS Black and blue $3; Ladies black and blue bouclo jackets $3 to $5; capes $2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackets, size 8 to 12 years, $1.50 to $5. W e have a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infants cloaks. New fall dress Go's. at Carson & $1 25 for men boots at Fair Bros & Co's. 75c for child suit ot Fair Bros. & Co's. 25c for boys wool hats at Fair Bros. &Co's. $1 for ladies fineshocs at Fair Bros. & Co's. Millinery ot the date at Fair Bror. & Co's. When you come to town visit Sc. Co. 19c Car-so- u turkey icd table linen at Fair was Bios. & Co's. Mr. L. P. Louey, Owensboio, in town this week. We can please you in style, quality (JW-f- Buy your machine needles, oil, Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. frost &c, Williams. and price. Heavy duck coats (1.25 to $2 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co. want 5 pieces ol white homemade llnsey. Big line overcoats nnd Mcintosh coats at Fair Bros. & Co's. Dr. J. H. White will be here In a few days to see his family. We have a bigger btock ol clothing Carson & Co. than ever. Bullington Is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo. Co. proprietors. Hartford Program Of the Rockport Teachers' Association to be held at Ceutertown, Oct. 31, 1896: Opening remarks by Vice Presi- mple of fashion.- Don't forget that we take school orders. CAnsotr & Co. We have a fine line of teichers' grade cards for 35 cents per huudred. Send in your ordcts Kenfrow, Sulphur Miss Mollle Spriugs, visited Misses Kltctra and Olive Carson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs G II. Vickers, of Lyonla, are the guests at Mr and Mrs J B Vickers this week. The Republicans of Ohio county ate requested to send noiiceof speakings, &c , to Tutt RKPUnucAN for publica- his rcgularappolntmcnthsre Sunday. Mr. Frank Hays and Miss Lesta Hayc, Rochester, speut Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. J. P. McKenney. Miss Gertie Monroe visited the ber. Mlstcs Chandler in Hartford last Poor Bryant He has been woundweek ed In the house of hh friend, and that The free silver people of this place friend, even wheat, has run away were quite jubilant Wednesday. with the Free Silver Boy Orator's Little Mioses Pansy Stevens nnd stfck in trade. Wheat has come ov S dlle Hunt nre out of school on ac- cr to McKlnley. Leader. count of sickness. Mis Grnrlc Smith spent Saturday Gen. Sam E. Hill will speak in and Sunday at !nr home in Mcllcn- - Hartford Saturday, Oct. 24. Gen. y. Hill was for a number of years a resProf. J R. Snyder and wife spent ident of Hartford, and his many 's. Sunday in the country at Mr. friends throughout the county will be gl?d of an opportunity to hear him in Miss Lizzie Barnes has returned tbid campaign. Especially will the from a long stay in Louisville as she old soldiers, of which he is one, will received no position for the season be glad. We bespeak for hlra a she will be with her parents this win large crowd. ' ter Messrs B C. Barnes, C. P. Austin The following named persons have and R T. Taylor, Misses Lottie and pi id their subscription to Tub Abhie Metcalf and Beulah Coots atsince our last issue: J. H. tended the Owensboro Fair one day B.size, Baizetownj M.F. King, Buford; R B. Everly, Point Plaasant; A. B. lat week. Mr. Frank Casebler visited his Leach, Beaver Dam; J. N. Rally, Select; J. K. Taylor, Echols; H. H parents in Rockport Sunday. Mr. K. D. Tilford one ol Beaver Davis, McHenry; F. D. Sanderlur, Dams mo&t successful young business Horton. men is in Nashville studying dentisHon. J. S. R. Wedding Republican try. Elector for Fourth District will close Mr. Noland S West, D. D. S. Bowling Green, who has been at this his campaign at Ulizabethtown the of Hardin place for several days is now In Hart- 31st. The Republicans county are going to give him a grand ford. Misses My tie Chandler and Lyda ovation. Mr. Wedding stands in the Morton, Hartford were in town Tues- fore front oi Kentucky's best orators and we predict that the occasion will day evening. be the grandest of the campaign. Mr. C. P. Austiun was in Caney-illTuesday on business. Judge S. D. Morgan, of Rosine, a Miss Fannie Barnes has been quite strong free silverite had an appointill for several days. The ttavellng salesmen all have ment to speak at Hopewell, Tuesday left the cities nnd trade is increasing night, and after he was through with h!3 silver harangue, an enthusiastic for the Hotel mem. Mr C. D Chick who Is teaching at McKinley man took a rising vote and Hlmwood spent Saturday and Sunday ouly found two Bryan men in the crowd, the balance were for McKinat his home In South Beaver Dam. West, Bowling Green, ley. You will find it thatway everyMr. is here trying to organize a Knights where. The people will not be led off after false Gods. ol Honor. Attvb. Mad-dox1 e, Iloliih-IIclIearjr. waiting on Wait Slfectnud the blood So it jumped up to 70 cents. It is a thievish proceedings. Wheat li.ta htolcn tlm great argument of the freo Mlvctlte, nnd has gone beyond the potfei 01 even Bruu'u special train to arrest It. Wheat Is winning. Sliver li falling. Bryan Is still talking and elms-inbutteiflys. McKluley is expecting patiently nnd with dignity the mandate ol the Nation, Wheat cares not for silver. The nation cares not for Bryan and his madness. Wheat obeys the law ol supply and demand. Biyan condemns all law. The nation will have none of him. Wheat refutes his false doctrines. The Nation will answer his mud theories by the voice of its suflragcs the 3d ol NovemMickerH. tx-preg THE RALLY. Tho Froo Sllvorlto3 Moot and Mnkotho Wolkln Hlng. Alter much advertising by niious methods lu the way to catch the eye of the unsuspecting voters, the Hurt-fo- rd bossts of the Democratic party had their crowd here Wednesday. They had it advertised in every club iu the connty nnd one would think from the tioise they made tint there were between 100,000 and 200,000 people iu attendance. There were 128 in the parade from Beaver Dam. The bosses whoiiAve been negotiating for the Populist party came to nn agreement by which they should let a Populist introduce the speaker and when the Hon J P. Miller ntose to say his piece, the Democratic bosses were struck with shame, some hung their heads, others turned their backs, and altogether it was a sad scene to them to witness the deatli of their party aud to buckle on new armor. Mr. Miller rehearsed his old speech, and sat down without telling the people whether he was for Bryan, McKlnley or Watson, but lelt the impression that he wanted the Government to make some money and distribute it free throughout the laud. He Introduced Mr. Williams who proceeded to tell the people what he knew, but altera vain attempt of about 3 hours to convince the farmers that they wanted 53 cent dollars, nnd arraying class against class, he closed. The speaker's very first dash out of the box was to "cuss" Cleveland and Carlisle and condemn everything that was Democratic. He "cussed" every Trust iu the world but the Sugar Trust and the Silver Trust. He lives in Mississinni and of cause ticould notsayanythlngabouttheSugar Trust. He said all who went to see McKlnley were dead heads and bums, which he knew was a lie. Said there was no Trust in the world for Bryan, when he ought to have known that the Silver Trust was for him and it represents $616,000,000. Of course he was not on the witness stand nor was he teaching a Sunday School class and he did not tell the truth Said he was a cotton planter and was for free silver because It would help him (get rich while he could pay his laborers In a cheap dollar.) In the next breath he cussed the bankers and railroad men for wanting to main-. Hlgfccit Honors v.il Awarded World' ' "-- Fair. ift. - imWkFW MOST PERFECT MADE. A MMR BRADLEY'S imm SPEECH, pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Tree from Ammonlj, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YOARS THB STANDARD. GOV. A Large Crowd Greeted Kentucky's Governor last Friday. Gov, W. O. Bindley spoke to a large crowd at the Hartford Fair Grounds last Friday The speaker was Introduced by Hon. C, M. Barnett, Chairman of the State Central Committee, iu an appropriate little speech, after which the Governor took up the leading questions, the Tarifi and Money question and made both so plain that the "wayfaring man, though a fool," could understand that this country needs a protective tariff aud a sound staple currency to their welfare, and without them we could not be a successful nation. He showed how prices were high for all the products of the farm under a protective tariff and how they were lowered under a free trade bill. He took up the question of the difference between the people of free silver countries and those of much more prosperous countries. Altogether Gov. Bradley made a good speech and has been of much good to the cause which he espouses. DID YOUkNOW We often sell 40 pairs of shoes in one day? That we handle Keith's Shop made "Cannot Rip" school and ladles everyday shoes, Stribling's colt and kid boots and Dittman's box and It don't satin fine shoes for men. take any talking to sell our shoes. MoINTOSHES For men, boys and ladies. A good Mcintosh with cape for $2 50. We ?4 75 and $6.50, have them at $4- tkat are guaranteed. If they leak or do not give satisfaction in any particular the Mcintosh will be taken back. Ladies cloaks, capes and hats, tain the gold standard. He said whenever you see a little village banker you will finda man who thinks DC i HOWS fill ntimit fitiansA Ua I "i fw . ' dent. The most effectual way ot reaching my pupils. O. T. Tinsley. Arithmetical signs, C. E. Smith. . Should special lavors he rli iwn in . the school room? J M. Stogner. Recitation, Miss Dcssle L. Rowe. The chief agencies in popular edu-- , cation, J. II. Wood. Should whispering 'be allowed in school? J. L. Brown, Miss Alice Lo-t- i ey. harness tl horse. Apply Remember Bullington when you want a good shave or hair cut. Money saved by buying your winter supplies at Fair Bros. &. Co's. Come in and sec our big new stock. Cakson ct Co. Remember when in uced of grade cards we can furnish them, cheup. preached at the Rev. IS. E. l'-- te Methodist Chuich Wednesday night. tion. Judge R. R. Wedding will nddiess the voters at Davidson's Station Wednesday night Oct, 31, Everybody invited. Senator ami Mrs. The importance of my school, A. M. Smith. A. II. Rots. Recitation, Miss Edna Carter. Practical verses Theoretical writing, Noon. C. Igleheart Helps in procuring order in the school room, L. D.F. Whlttaker.Miss Agnes Herael. Recitation, Miss Oma Maddox. What must we expect of our patrons and arc our expectations CTcr realized? I. K. Taylor, C. D Chick Practical Hygiene in school, Dr I). F. Tichenor. Recitation, Miss Deua Woodward. Patriotism in school, W. L. Scott How can a teacher tell whether or not his work is appreciated? W. D. Maddox, A. A, Blown. Address, Z H. Shultz. AdBusiness of the Association. journment. The teachers ot the District are requested to brine one or more ol their .pupils with essays, recitations, &c, 'prepared for the occasion. Teachers of the county, as well as those of the Rock port DUtrlctare Invited to be present. cor-.'dlil- of Elizabetbloivn, Mr. and week, and while atteuded the Bradley W. B. liayward, Were the guests of Mrs. D. M. Hocicer last speaking last Friday, Rev Jo U. Rogers has been called to the pastorate ol llaitlord Baptist Bro, Rogers is a young di Church vine of much promise and will do doubt come up to the bUudard ol the excellent preachers who have fillcJ We want pulpit in years gone by to congratulate the church on its wise selection Mr. C. R. Martin, the jewe'er, who has bten here for ten years, has formed a partnership with Mr. W. O. McClnre, at Beaver Dam, to tike effect November 1st. He will be at his old stand in Hartford every Monday and other days when there are crowds in town to attend to the wants of his old customers U. C. NT L A desirable farm of one hundred Jl.fUO acres, situated near Hartford, well M. L. Likens has moved into his watered, good oiched, twi hundred Miriou Likens has also bearing trees, good buildings, and In new store. opened a business hoasc here. good community. For luither parThe school Is progressing nicely ticulars call ut this office at once, tf with Miss Alice PUuimer teacher, B. C. Sutton Is building a big tobacco house, which will be the best lathe neighborhood when completed John W. Nelson and Miss Eva baud, Shroader were quietly married at the Miss Lnla Walker, stenographer or home of tke bride last Thursday eve ning, Rev. Matthews performed the ! ralor & Mctlenry, has purchased I from Mr. T. L. Gritli.i a houss and ceremony. You and we may differ as to gone to Mercer lot iu the Hasten! past of town. The J, L. Allen has money standards and out of house is now occupied by Mr. W B, county. ' Jtrome Allen who has been quite Dellaven, our very difference! good may come. But we won't differ as sick It able to be out again. Judge R. R. Wedding and Mr J.II. Plow Bov. to the merits of one standard Thomas will speak at Sunny Dale oil. r emulsion of ANaat Daalla, , next Tuesday night, Oct 20; aud at SCOTT'S EMULSION has Miss Clara Ford, of Beda, and Dr 3 Beech Valley next Thursday ulght, won and held Its way for Le'no Kecler were to have been marOct, 22, Everybody invited. nearly 25 years In the world of ried at Beda church in a few months, Marriage licciue: Jas. A Baize to b'u Dr. Keeler died ot typhoid fever it is almedicine until y Lena J. Howard, J. H Chrie to Lillle October 10th, was not sick but a much the standard in most as Calloway, M. L. Johnson to LU;ie short tlme;was born January 1st, 1862; all cases of luny trouble, and Stratton, C. T. Doughtery to Hlla was a member of one of the best famevery condition of waitlnjr Holland, Joseph Mitchell to Hester ilies of the west, had a large practice, child or adult as whether in E, Bolten, Horace W. Rolph to On bis death was, worth $20,000, quinine is in malarial fevers. McHenry. all he had should bed requested that Differ on th6 money quesbe given to Miss Ford. We failed to Hon. J. S. R. Wedding spoke to o tion if you will but when it learn his residence large crowd of voters at Fotdsvllle coma to & question of health, Miss Ford went a Bhoit time ago to Mr. Wedding had been Wednekday. perhapt of life and death, get keep house tor her brother, Dr R L suffering with a severe sore throit for standard. the Ford, of Beda, The dear gltl has the several days and was hardly nMe to Your drujgto UO Scott'i EmuWon. sympathy of the entire community, Fordavllle Refill bis appointment 50 cU. aad $1X0 for she was well worth the affection Two publicans are in gool ibape and will SCOTT & POWNB, Nw York. and money bestowed upon her bv the A Fribno. man of her choice. give the Republican ticket n big v te Ki-qr- Barnjitt For nmla Only One Standard cod-Ilre- Wednesday evening at 4:30 o'clock ot the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jennie McHenry, on Mulberry Streit, Mr. Horace W. Rolph, of Louisville, was united in marriage to Miss Isabclle McHenry, Rev. E. E. Pule performing the ceremony In a beautiful and impressive wanner. Owing to a recent bereavement In the family only the immediate relatives nere in attendance. Mr Rolph is' n prosperous young business man of Louisville and stands high both iu bu3iuess and society Born to the wife of Mr. Dan King, circles He is connected with the near town, last Saturday night a lieu firm ol P. N Clark & Co., and is regirl. garded as one ol the foremost men of AH wool ser,je, 50 incnea wide-b- lue lint city. Mrs. Rolph was born and and black 5 ceuts at Carson cc reared in Hartford aud Is the only daughter of the 'ale ileniy D. McCo's. Henry, and is a oung lady possessHou. C. M. Harnett and wile left ing all the traits and characteristics last night lor u visit 10 Cautou, of Uue womanhood. She Is loved Ohio. and eetmed bv all who know her, Now is the time to buy shoes, and and is one of the most lovable women Carbon U Co's is th place to buy that has been reared in our midst. them. She was foremost in all charitable unwill speak at dertakings and W4S kind and courte Hon. J. S. Weddiu Roaine Saturday ui,jht, O.-t-. 24. iiv-cr- y en to- evjryone, and she will be greatly missel, but Louisville will body invited. gain nn addition which she may well Lidies jacket fi to $10 capes $1 50 be prou of. The good wishes ol all to f 10 .Miib&j j iczeis $1 75 to f5 at her friends will follow her,and)wlsb for Fair liroi. & Co'b. her and the man of her choice the Buy millinery where jou can get r'chest blessings which may be bethe btyles and prices right ine place stowed upon them. is Fair Bros. & Co a. Grn. Nnm K. Hill C'nlllintr. Mr. Armlstead Jones addressed the Gen Sam E. Hill, of Lexington, McKluley and Uobait C1UD.1t fa tor Ky., will speak at Hartford, Ky Miues Wednesday night. Saturday. Oct 24, in the Interest of Clubs of Ohio genuire Democracy, sound money The Republican Is county are mpiesttd to lurnish (be and good Governhient. Gen Hill too well known to our people to need proceedings of (heir meetings la Tun any introduction to an Ohio county Kltl'UBUCAN. audience, and the mere announce-me- nt Mr. C. L. Field is in Nashville, l of his coming u ill be the Tcnn,, this week lu Ilia luteicat of for an outpouring of the lovers of the Field Coal Co. liberty nnd the grand old Democratic Silk velvet" black, blue, gieen, 'paitr which he represents. Every-bod- y Is invited, regardless of party brown and cardinal -- 75 cents per yard. Iakson it Co. affiliation .R. E.LK8 SmuitRMAH, . Ch'm'n Com. Judge K, R. Wedding and . J. 'titillaninklnir. A Park will nddusa the McKiule) Hon. C M. Barnett will speak at and Hobart Club at Beda night. Kveiy member should be oil the following times and places iu the 1 slg-,na- For Salu: A saddle and at this office. Home I'rrnona who 1'itn'c Vole. Any voter having moved Into this county from another State since last November election day is not entitled to a vote Nov. 3rd 1896. Any voter that has moved into this couuty from another county In this State since the second day of May 1896, Is not entitled to a vote Nov. 3rd 189S. Any voter residing in this county who has changed his residence from one election precinct to another since Thursday Sept 3rd 1896, or who does so move before election day, Nov. 3rd 1896 will not be entitled to a vote on said election day. Election officers and all honest voters should see that only legal have thought the Hartford banks wcic ugmust nim, out tney nre botn for tree silver. The speech was very tiresome and many left before it was much more $1 to $3. than half over. It Is safe to say that & their party was not strengthened any Pleasant Ridgb, Ky. by Wednesday's proceedings, but on the other hand they lost. The speech Remember Bullington, the barber, was a disappointment to the crowd that had gathered. during Fair week. irl- - Jones Morehead, OUR PRICES! 4c 5c 5c 5c 10c Indigo blue, Turkey red, shirting and lancy calicoes per yard Good shirtings per yard Good ginghams per yard Good bleached crash per yard Best brown colored and dress canton flannels Boys SOLID brogan shoes per pair Women solid brogan shoes per pair Women glove grain shoes per pair votes are polled. Men "X Ray" fine shoes per pair ,. VXANTED SEVERAL FAITH- - Woracns heavy under vests each ful men or women to travel for Men heavy under shirts each responsible established house in Men good jeans pants per pair Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position per- Good brooms each manent. Reference. Enclosed 4 X, Arbuckle and green coffee per pound stamped envelope. The Best granulated sugar per pound National, Star Building, Ohlcago. Ken-luck- 50c 75c 90c $1 10 25c 25c 75c 15c ; 20c 5c POLITICAL ACROSTIC. Michigan Connecticut South DaKota Rhode Island New Hamehiro Pennsylvania 14 G Our Fall Stock was purchased In Chicago, the greatest Western market, for CASH and the above Is only a few of the bargains we offer. Country produce taken. OTSTJSS 3MC03EtE! NEwJersey New York .- - 4 We have a few pairs of C. H. Fargo & Co's famous $2 50 women kid shoes, which we offer at $(,50 while they last. Call and see them. 4 4 Respectfully, 32 -10 ITEM: - 33 3 4 ROCKPORT, KY. H.J. YOUNG. - Wyoming. ...j Washington Illinois Massachusetts WestViBginia MinnEaota VermonT OhiO DelaWnro 24 15 'KENY0N C0LLEGE- HODGENVILLE, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladles and gentlemen desiring a complete education at small cost. New Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia-ry- , Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. OP SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PRKPARATION Teachers Review and Normal Training classes In session at all times, besides six other exhaustive aud complete We court Investlvation. course of study. Send for a catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST education can be obtained for the LEAST. MONEY. Address all communltlons to 0 9 4 23 .' p Indiana CaliforNia MnluE .' 3 15 9 G M 31 .! 1 3 UtAh WiSconsiu . 3 12 13 Fourth District: Ellzibethtown, Oct. Iowa Mary Land Springfield, Lebinon, Oct. 30 7:30 p. m. Campbellsville, Oct. 30 1:30 p. m. New Haven, Oct 31 t p. tn. Lebanon Junction, Oct 31 7130 p.m. CiiAiuMANSomor,oi tbo Popocrat-iCommittee, fays lie- has not hoard of a man changing from silver to gold in this campaign, hut knows a large number whnhavo changed from gold How ignorant that man to silver. Somen must be. lie don't kuow anything. It ho wlU come down here show hlra a tn Ohio county wo low and teach him how to tell tho o 28 1:30 p. m. Oct. 29 1:30 p. m. KcntuckY Total electoral voto 8 13 280 3 3 9 4 9 8 11 XS.0X137 Hodgenville, Kentucky. oia. College. North Dakota NEvada Mississippi KING'S COMMN anoe oao. Stn St-:- ' BOOK-KEEPIN- FlOrlda South Carolina Arkansas Alabama SHORTHAND INSTITUTE,.. S. E. Cor. 5th and Markot Sts, - Louisyjllo, Ky. 1 euneesee KanSas North Carolina... 12 10 333Q.tr to-da- j '0u .11 IdaBo VirglnlA NoNtana Colorado, GEorgia MISiouri truth. m Isa-bel- le hlop TblHI A rascally fellow is wheat. Here our F-- Silver Boy Orator has been weeping over 50 cent wheat when we had a 70 cent dollar, and he promised by the beard ot an anarchist to uplift wheat f the villi ins of Wall Street, of the banks, would the quit stabbing silver in the back, Well wheat has become tired oi blood-suckers Affords the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTSuccess nssuredrlii-THRE3 HAND, TYPEWRITING nnd MONTHS, Terms moderate Pupils assisted to POSITIONS 12 Business men furnished Stenographers FREE OF 3 when competent. CHARGE. 4 13 17 E iTJNrO. Z4. 33LI2STC3!--, 2PxMn. U, LouslaNa OffgOn , Nebraska TExas , ...., , . . 8 4 8 15 Tbh ll tb bttt mtVttai onn U tb tMt botiM to thlp to. Wo jniiu lltonl ad. vttMM 00 oontlf unatt. Bwldt i hT twtur ImXIUm ibm othw hoiuel Io htlu to tuppli. sun? Ur luiorU ajaala. blilp Wa gat you lha too prloa and pJ apot oaab I cot lu all jour wool and tana prodUQ. dlrwt to trad. Mo taTalhif HBRNDON-CARTB- R 110 Third BtoMt, or 818 to 010 Murrall Court. WOOL. WOOL. Total electoral vote,, ,..,107 CO. LOUISV1XX.8, XY. K Hartford Republican Friday, OctoiirriG, 1896. AGAINST DRYAN. Duslnoaa Mind of tho Country for tho Pnrty of Law and Ordor. Tho Two CUiim uf the Voting l'niula tlan ami the Uallota Knell Will Ca.t-T- lie iClaat to Which Urrnn Appeala. of Mr. tlryon tlcpentls upon the aeparn-Hoof tho voting population Into two great classes which may be designated by tho tho two words, order nnd disorder. In tho ono class am the men who hate property or who havo plans by which they expect to nchlcvo property or means. In the other class to which Mr. Urynu constantly appeals, nro gnth cred the men w ho are actuated more by bato and prejudice than by judgment and who arc determined to use the ballot In this election to create as much con fusion as possible, hoping that in a gen oral upheaval they will come out better on" than they went In. When a great country like this reaches f of the people nro n point where willing to see a general upheaval and to take their chances on the result, the situation Is very serious. In such a crisis party lines become as straws. As tho ono class more and more exhibits lt recklessness, tho other inoro nnd inoro throws oil its pnrty tics and puts Itself into the breach to check disorder and to restore confidence and security. Tfi g 'man who has property and w ho Is w with his mind nnd his plans expecting to achieve something for his old age, eccs In this general upheaval the do structlon of values nnd tho baffling of plans. Tho security of a people in thelrprop-crt- y and their plans depends on the security of tho government. The danger to a government lies In tho restlessness of tho masses; that Is, that part of tho people who do not work with mind or with plan, but only with their hands la an uncertain lneontinuous, undirected iway, with no goal to reach, no definite 'thing to achieve, except to live as easy as 'possible, and to have as much license with their liberty as they can get out o 'tho laws of tho country. Mr. Bryan, realizing that the last three years of depression have brought many men Into a reckless state of mind, iDppealn to this reckless mind in propositions that are catchy with the reckless voter, and as theso catchy theories arouso tho reckless enthusiasm of tho one class and the decided opposition ot the other, ho cheers on the conflict with j the boldness of a. maurader leading a host of plunderers ngaiust a castle where booty Is to be secured. In ono of his speeches in Ohio ho said t "They say wo nro anarchists, but the man whogothls property honestly need not bo afraid." Mr. Brynn's friends defend him in this statement by saying that he did not mean It as an Invitation to plunder. But how arc we to judge of what a man means except by what ho toys? And how nro wo to know the Interpretation put upon this statement .except by the demonstrations of np-- f iproval from Uiose who were reckless enough to applaud It? Does Mr. Bryan ean that when he gets Into power o process of law will be Inaugurated which will redistribute tho property, taking owny from those who havu not achieved honestly? And who Is to bo the Judge whence this process of distribution commences, between honestly nnd dishonestly acquired property? In the Enine breath wltli which lie utters tills (lunge rous threat ho denounces bunks and nil centralized business forces because they oppose his election. Docs he mean that legislation will be inaugurated that will seize theso great business Interests and take their property, on the theory tiiot they have dishonestly acquired them? What does It mean when tho entire business, financial and Industrial Interests of Uvo country nro arrayed agnlnBt this bold young orator and his plans? Ho says that it means that the business men of tho country aro dishonest; that they wont to plunder the people But the people, tho thinking people, know that tho business mind of tlih country is against Mr. Bryan because It isniruld of htm and becauso Its business judgment condemns him and his plans as unsafe. Here is this business mind, this great engine of thought that has evolved all the plans, that has built up Now York, Chicago and all tho great centers oj commerce, that has built all the great railroad systems and developed the great northwest, that has founded all tlte Industries whero thero is employ-men- t for labor and market for produce, hero it is in all Its mind power, to create, nnd to direct, astonishing tho world with its achievements in tho lost quarter of a century, and this young man denounces it as dishonest nnd as an enemy of tho people. He snyB It must be dethroned; that Its power must be taken away by majorities and votes, and that tho Industries, the materlnl life ol tho country, must bu taken out of the control of this great mind foreuand put into tho control of a reckless, unthinking nines of men who haw no ability to direct or hold together that which has been created, oven If they desired to do so. The governmental situation ulvvnva controls the business and Industrial When tbu government Is In ' safe handu then this great thought power, believing In the government. In the security nnd stability w hleh It guarantees, bienthcH into industry that v Itallzlng nnd moving pow er vv hleh ptita ' every wheel In motion. The people who think out business plans mid on whom the country Is dependent for leadership and guiding force are ngalnst Mr. Bryan because they aro afraid of him and the plan ' which ho pinprrcs. When n plausible talker, or any set of plausible talkers, can muke the people believe tlmt tho Judgment and mind power which dl recta their Industries Is their enemv. SCHURZ. Hliow Clearlj That Fre bitter WoulU Hutu liiduetrj. lion. Carl Kchurz. of tho interior, uddresbed au Immenscnudlence In Central Muslu hull, Chicago, on B:ih tenibcr S, .Speaking uf u osgble free ' bllver victory, liu wilds Consider vvhut the Immediate coiihc- - ' quences would Imj If Mr. Br.vun ww ' elected prcbldvnt, with a congress to mutch. Mr. Bryan would, of course, bo iui.Ioii.i to luivu his free-co- t uugu law enacted, hut (hut could not be, even If lio culled uu iixtru besslon of congress, until koine time in April or May, ilvo or aU months utter the day of election. But as us on tho 4th of November the result of the election wuh announced mcrjbodj would know that the purity of gold mid silver would not bu maintained, It hating Ixtii mudi) certain by Mr. Bonn's election tlmt tho purity of jfold and silver would not bu iiiiilntuliirxl, theie would ben rush iiwiii tliu treasury for the gold III It by the persons holding greenback entitled to redemption, uud I he gold reserve would Ju u twInklipL' (lold will Instuiillv n one-halork-'inI i roll-loadi J i this campaign progresses It U more and more evident tlmt tho election As of silver. making it payment will prefer to muko ' frco Tho stake hero offered in well worth It In tho lew valuable dollar nnd hold Will the populist candidal the more vuliiubltt gold dollar Ivaek for playing for. glove? lie Is not likely to more piolttubla liwe. (laid will there-foi- e toko up tho and for salient reasons. In the first quickly rise to n premium, nnd wo Is nothing In human expedshall be on the silver basis luugbcfnro place there given him n foothold. Sllvci u law villi be enacted. Our ience that hoa always been nvnrlnblo commodity. ilnllv tnitiKiietloUH In buying uud sellThere nre Inexhaustible quantities oi ing. Ill tivlng uud receiving vvnges, It, mined and unmlned. In all parts ot will no longer bo carried on upon tho tho cl i II led world. Tho costof produo- basis of the gold dollar worth 100 cents, Ing It alone governs Its price. That but of the silver dollar worth SO rents In-every or thereabout, for the government will cost must bo reduced byrefiningnew ItI volition for mining nnd It no longer hold up the silver dollar to 'Is known to exist In thousandsand thou-- j the value of the gold dollar. That Is of what tho silver basis meiins. You can sands dono. localities whero nothing 1ms to btlng It forth because nl been study In Mexico how It works. Its The quantity of gold viitilshlug fiom ilof market worth the cost could not be raj cd. To coin It at a iletlMous value circulation will amount to iiIhiuI of $1.20 nn ounce would afford an cuor- tho disappearance ot vvhloli will ninko a tremendous hole In tho imous proQt, nt lenst temporarily, for In tho volume of our currency. Bui, suys tho 'fixedend ns n money metal Invested nt a vnlue It must find its true level. silver man, there will be free silver But Mie promotcrsof thlsrcvolutlonaiy coinage to Mil tho gup promptly with campaign would tnnko hsy while the coined silver or silver crrtlllciilcs. Oh. no, my fellow sufferers. TliodlNippcur-une- c i sun shone. Before Mie crash to national crrillt enme Miey would have secured of gold wilt happen promptly after booty. As every the election ot Mr. Ilrynu, nnd there ithrlr from the purchase oftnuuncllon In life, a penny paper w 111 not possibly bo nny free coinage of silver for at lenst six months, unit It to the Investment of a million, would havu to my them n handsome profit, It will require ii great tnntiy more month would not take them long to glut Midi to till H gupof $000,000,000. vennllty. It might bo six months or It What will hapiM-mciinwhllc7 Tho might bo n presidential terra, but It 8t Iiouls O rc)Hrts Mr. Bryan to hnvo mid some time ago: "1 would suflleo. They know, nnd Mr. think It meaning the victory of the Bryan knows, that this country would movement will rtiinu. n. not remain an hour beyond tho latter period on n silver basla But tho mints panic. But the country Is in n deplorable condition, nnd It will take extreme of Mie United State would work fast measures to restore It ton condition of enough to mako them whole. All they prosperity." Whereupon the Ht, muh want Is one chance with Mie tools of destruction In their bands. Syracuse (N, paper pointedly remarks: "Kvldentlj" Y.) Standard. Mr. Bryan Ikis hoard of the doctor vv ho nlvvnys threw his tmtlent Into tits beforw administering any rumtlve medicine. Just so. Til fu-lHow, then, would Mr. Bryan's "flf ies ll sill eri-- r work? The sudden disappearance of lifutut CI our gold from circulation would produce the most stringent contraction of who t'nn't Vota. Nome 1'rrsoii tho currency on record. Business mca Any votei having moved into this who own money and ut tho sume time have money duo them will be forced to county from another Slntc bince last collect Mint money by every means ot November election day is not entitled their dlsposul. Nobody will be Incllued to a vote Nov. 3rd 1896 to lend out money except upon, exAny voter that has moved into this traordinary security. Tho bunks wilt nuturnlly consider It their duty to keep county from another countv in this themselves strong, and therefore to call State since I he second day ol May in loans and to restrict their discounts; 1S96, is not entitled to a vote Nov. and udvunccs to business men with the utmost caution. Business establish- 3rd 189S. Any voter residltiff in this county ments, manufactories, mercantile houses, unablo to get Mie money for who lias changed his residence from meeting their obligations, will by one election precinct to another since succumb to their embarrassThursday Sept 3rd 1896. or who doei ments and tumblo down like a row of bricks. Others will cautiously restrict so move before election day, Nov. 3rd their operations to the nnrrowest possi- 1S96 will not be entitled to a vote ou by tho thou ble limit, and w said election dty. sands will lose their employment and bo Election officers and all honest turned Into the street. voters should see that only legal How can I foretell these things with so much assurance? Because they have votes are polled. already cast their shadows before. Do you remember the crisis of 1S03, when Dr. Bell's Tine Tnr Honey is dif the silver basis was in sight? And now Cerent Iront all other cougb remedies. again the mere apprehension ot a possibility ot Mr. Bryan's election and of tho It cures by allaying the inflammation consequent slipping of our country upon and giving tone, strength, vigor and tho silver basis has ulready caused unvitality to the respiratory organs. told millions of our securities to bo All druggists sell it. For sale by thrown upon the market in Kuroyeaa Z Wayne Griflin & Bro. well as here. Scores of business orders are ol reedy SEVERAL recalled, a large number of manufacture ingestabllshmcnts have already stopped WANTED or women to travel for or restricted their operations, enter responsible established house in Kenprise is already discouraged and nearly i tucky. Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position perparalyzed, many works of public utilicompanies-harty by industrial or railroad manent. Reference. Enclosed already been ordered off, thoustamped envelope The sands of worklngmen ure already National, Star Building, Qhicag. Is althrown out of employment, gold ready being hoarder, capital is already being sent out of the country to bo InTo be dragged down to an early vested In Europe for safety. grave by the neglect of a trivial ailMils? Not, as tho sllvor ment is not an enviable fate, and yet And why all men foolishly pretend, because Mie exthousands submit to this late without isting gold standard has mado money a struggle Ptop1e c.innot leirn too lying idle in heaps, soon that coughs and colds and scarce, for capital is ccores upon scores ot millions, fairly throat and chest cannot No. be safely neglected. yearning for safe employment. The most fatal concerned why all this hap- disease known to physicians have Ask those pens, nnd wlMi one voice they will tell their inception in these dfchoiders. you it is because they apprehend serious It is easy to cure a cold. It is imdanger to every dollar ventured out possible to cure consumption One through Mie change of our standard of follows the other as surely as night value in prospect, through the debasef,.llnu7C Hfit, rir Ttnll'u Plnn Tar ment of our currency threatened by tho Honey is a sure cure for coughs. . And If colnngo movement. s11b til rnnf n ti r1 rVt Aof trrttlKIno '. n these are the effects of a mero Druggists sell it. Fot sale by Z. of a possibility, what would be Waue Griflin & Bro. tho effect of tho event Itself? From Emlnont llliuetalll.ta. yA.iss Aarg&rel Gold is recognized as the universal standard of value. It is the measure that must be used. It Is the measure by which your wealth must bo tested. The wealth of the United States f HAitTFonrj. Kentucky. is tested by tho samo rule. It has been nnd always will bo the touchstone of FALL term begins August 31, 1896, measurement, and when you depart at lier Lome for the reception of from that nnd try to figure up any other Special Thorough training. measure which tho world does not recto young pupils. given ognize you get Into confusion. Senator attention Terms ns usual. Your patronage soWilliam M. Stewart. ! Cm licited. free-coina- dUiVpMiir from circulation, to Tie hoard-e- tl or exerted. Why will It dlxuppcur? Beciitixu every scuslblo person wheal tho other, tho Courier 'tram ; Journal will withdraw all opposition to tht coinage ts luohoy ulJiTby expelling side, and preventing' b!i General Directory. Governor William 0. Utailloy. V. J. Worth-iiigtm- i. Lieut. Governor Sccrotaryof State Chnrlc Finloy, Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor -- Bminiel II, Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Iiiijf. Commissioner ol Agriculture, Horticulture Statistics Lucas and Monro. STATK OI'l'tCIALS. SEE Itlpnns Itltxina lllpfliis ltlpana Elpaiis ltlpana Hlpaus ltlpana Itlpans Tnbules. - wmm ffft'itf!ilif,T':f,?.-ffl!ili.t,lif.il.i,rL:ffl,i,ftli I THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Superintendent Public M, Davison. Instructlon-Ge- o. ANtflclaulorrcparallonforAa-similatin- g SIGNATURE lllpaiu Tabulcst ono kItn rajlof. Itlp.ins Tabules euro Indlgratlou. ltlpana Tabulca euro torpid fa, lllpani Tabillra: gentle calhivrtlc Illpnna Tabulra euro eorutlptlrm. Hlprinn Tnbules! for Hour storaaeh. Klpana Tnbules pleasant laxatlTt. ltlpana Tnbules euro liver tronble. VI UllMnsTabuleacuro'blllouinoi. Tnbulca: at drugstsO. Tnbulon cure dltr.lnee. Tftbules euro hwvdaohe. flatulen. Tibuli cure drtpapilA. TabulM euro Tabulcs atsUt Tnbules euro bail breath. TMiuloa euro nauiwi. tUUo. r 1 ' Register Reynold. Land Office Unas. 0. thcTood op Insurance Bureau W. Comingoro. Adjutant General D. 11 Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. RAILK0A1) COMMlBSIoNKRfl. Cotnmluioncr-- D. PrornQte8T)igc8non.Cbrctful-ncs- s nmincst.Contalru neither dLtf&Z IS ON THE I KB. M A BBJ ka f BBBa I V agM and LlVLaiM-BjkaBL- C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dompaey, II, 8. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. Jno Not NAnc otic. - OpniaT.Morphint) Ttor Mineral. iCartau, &ZtfcuirsaBXUEtMa. m CONOIlEB'IONAt.. WRAPPER OF EVERT Trade-Marr- a obtained and all j"a- conducted for MoomtTC ftta. isOrroaiTcU, . liava tKaa uom raTiHTOrrtii patinlui MM remote Irora WMhlnetoa, Send nod.L rirawiae or rho&. wlta oecH lion. VV aJrUe, II rat.auble or awt, IrM t charr. Oar let ! due till ut.al la aenred. I a W &BBBI ftaV H BflPaB1 H BBFB BBaIP Bm1 coat of aama la lh U. S. aud lortlf Addreaa, eeat (rea. OPriCC, a aoaabiea Senators Hon. William C. Liud Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. Bay, STATE I.KOISI,ATUItK. C.A.SNOWc&OO. WAtN1NTM. o. OPF. VATINT . BOTTIiK OF Apctfcd Remedy for Constlpa-rion, Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Barnctt. OHIO COUNTY. CIHCUIT COUHT. Owens-boro. SourStomach.Diarrhoca, or Sleep. TaoS inula Signature of GASTORIA la not tell la lull. IWt tlio or promlw voa iijtUiig ! ea tk good" ai "will Miwer Ii "J nit "B tluit gtt TV pott GRDVE Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. Owonsboro. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney 1 1 new I U Yomc. Oiitotl Ii pi ip la eat-i-lt toulti nlr. oix.aTon.XA., W T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trusteo Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, 8hertlT Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kcovvu Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntcrtowii; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continue three weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY JRiliJNMi-lfH- i rJ"-EXACT COPYOrWRAPPCn. 1 IB u fin urai u Mil till It bw It Bftyp. ...,fur 9 n jn Wwwm nnj fu- TflltM. &a&zffl&< ltT RALLY ROUND THE FLAG FOK COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Hartlord. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month. QUARrERLY SOUND ifON'KY. TaLJional first Monday COUBT. in in CHILL TUNIC WARRANTED. PRICE OOota. 0H.ATIA, Itxa,, Hot. IS, UM. et rarte Medleln Co., mtto Uul.lo. Wit roar. 000 boMtaa c Uentlememvva TASTMI.KXI CIIIIJ. TONIO anj kl,l nnovK-boot hi threa ina. already tbu year, laalleareaa Mrtene of II reart. In the drua ba.tiMiaa. kam CD onlTtraal aaata aate t aold an aniela tbal O" Tuulo. Tourairulr. tacOou aa TASTELEBB ISJU3TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. rs Jnnnary, April, July and October. COURT OK CLAIMS. Begins on the third Monday Honor, Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY Ylqtcz rosperiiy. Xx OFFICERS. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. I. f . THE LEADING NATIONAL RHPUULICAN FAMILY NEW-SPAPE- liii! tiii; tiitlit through llio I'ro.IdentUl will hrinj; prosperity to the cutir f For salt by Williams It Dell. a. e a jr m FATPOLKSRKKSf A Im I U -- Ml dtumiu. hMUih .uxl Ttnr1 tautinf TbouMiwl nuW riorii.a. trr ttdAm wiJ fraclftr Utltri arA tL PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL praTf L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Will niakc n viptirnti" nnd campaign, lor iriiu:i!tie which nnMfntUUr. Frr ntrtleul&rt tuUnw. with DR. SNYDER. Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19, December 1.9 Buford. Ben F. Graves March 1-226, June 25, September 24, Decem5 ber 24. Address all older in tlio Hartford. A S, Aull March 6, June 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward Rosine. C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, 3EC.3T- December 11. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Dei Room a. Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTHK Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, De- NTBW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will !e mailed to you cember 5. Fordsville. J. A. Bowling couutry. Its cnnipnijrn news nnd difcuiaioiis will interest and should ! read hy cvei' American citizen. We impish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TMDUNE, hoth mipPM i'SfsrO."?. " tun ONE YEAR inn. - gL slitlco I1AKTPOUIJ UBITBLICAN. saisii'Uiorca., fr Bftftik,Calliallta, LI trTrlUa.llUai OVVaalr ! RCOULATC THK STOUACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. B1PAXS TABCLKS r tU UH MH ft a R.I.PANS t J ABULES kwa IUUa) BlUfMM(Mk lytila.Ckfto , Ik ! all AU Br D4CtUit PfMaUrr. Rlt-u- u oUJa MttUnc tejarWu U Louisville Dental Co., SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY Uroo(haaraMdrunlat,er bf mall. taaiaM VtaLtoceau. Addraf. THE HIPAN8 CHEMICAL OOw laSKnucvmrn1 vt w tab r nrr aae.n . OOIHOTO TMI fTtJlPi au 1 free-silv- nppro-hcnslo- Till. I. the plc her joti can hiro dotal wofk dooo btwr and for 1m moar Vb M in tha Sooth. KrerT ovctktor In tkltoJIUtf W n apvrt rr4tMaof do lemt lk Uvq Tear experienct. reitipmber no itadealA) capl4 mad vllllar U slra jm aaf kdrla Mf branch y iltoHtny a ayeculli, lalnlui- - to cltUor jout natural or artificial tNth. VV mak w fi LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In tho Are. Theater Buildlof, 00 4th , IPJP' Fair of Vifiw Herd bet dreca & Wshat fFiuii mm Jail, licit ' of Iff lit on rrMr, JJ.0O, iraarantwd to fit and aralatt hrraliar for Am ytaaa. A aud dp; I'ara Sllrar aillnfa, lie: B written itnarantMi Blrcn "tthoTtrj mi, Gold tUllngall-COur crown and brldjo work, or iKlh mhr ilaiilc flllln, 3V your tiataral tMtb, aod at prlcet tower thanwithout platca an a flna, the toweal. truNir and MrTicrabltf a Ve can extract Tuar tMtlt aud put In new one aamo day. Telli extracted, 23ol. aod af aolutely whhdut pain. Yon can make appointments by mall. All confutation free A ladf NOTICE OUR PRICES. nf Poland 110m (Jhin&s, I'jj; in pnira not akin. Cotno and see my Stuck, or writo your vvanU. Prices rciisonuhV. L. way In attendance, at J. O. WELL8, Denver Dam, Ky.1 1 a. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 of teeth (no better made Best set no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Office permanentTeeth are ordered. ly located 14 W.H.St. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenuo Theater Building, 4th St., bet. Oreen and Walnut tlruiut -T- n.an. ha. n Oia.TOriIA. IlK trwy HAT WE CAN SELL YOU Mrs. Smith Wooldtidge, ot Kimble, Ky., was so afflicted with her throat As tho campaign progresses Gov. ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY speeches become greater, mora for over two years that she could not Michigan Steel Ranges lead nil fir beauty. Durability; good forceful and more eloquent. Saturday speak iibove a whisper. After she Cookers, Utst (lakers, use little luel Jewell Cook Stoves lead ho mado several addresses, each ot used the first bottle of Dr Bell's Tine-Ta- r HeaUnjr Stoves of all all others. Pilces to suit the TIMES Honey she could talk as well an which aroused the enthusiasm of his Kinds. !lalirit and I'encinj; Wire; Iron and Steel Roofing; also auditors. lie touched with a master'a ever, nnd the case is such n wonder-lser our New Rock Asphalt Roofing; needs no painting for TEN' cure that her neighbors come in to hand Mie great questions whloh engross, years. Examine it or write to us tor funiculars. Ageuts for publla attention and revealed a grasp of see lor themselves nnd are astonished Wanted-- An "Idea UKANlili ' iiowiieraiul aniiinttlon. tho subjects ho handled which showed to bear htr talk. roar Idatjj tbr maj CO- you Sold by all druggists. For sale by ProtectJOHN W&DDEItUURN ft bring FtenttrUb. great rango of mind and profound No. 1 1 1 Main St., Write Wubloun, D-- C., for thalr tl.OX) prl oftar knowledge of the problems ot the day. Z Waj ne Griffin & Bro and tut of two toundr! loraDllona wanted Owensboro.Kv. ' Maj. McKlidoy is not a scIoIIbL Ha knows of what ho talks. He has studied tho subjects he undertakes to discuss, Ho Is grounded in tho principles of finance. Ho is a, trained nnd careful Wrlw;vi a letter covering these throo points: statesman- - competent, ns be shows by First. State how long you ha vo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. Simtils acts and by his speech, to deal with mons Liver Medicine." tho most complicated questions that Second. State diseases you havo known ft to euro and giro tho nsmes of can arise. thoso cured by it. y Ho Is stronger Tiiiud. Glvo your opinion as to tho dlfforonco between IU strength and than he was action, and thostrongthnnd action of tho "Llror Hegulator" mado by J. H. iellln when ha was nominated; while Mr. BryCo., nnd tho "Black Draught" miulo by Chattanooga Mcdiclno Co i both oi an was stronger on tlio day the repre6 or 7 conts per package, not, and should retail at to sentatives of riot uud mlsrulo took him which havo sold 13 dealers atconsuraors aro cents, if not imposed upon, whllo our Original for their chosen leader than ho has leen not over 10 or sold at less than 35 couts per package, as wo havo too much reartlclo cannot bo ntuny tlmo since. gard for human llfo to use cheap drugs In any of our mcdlclnos. Tho reason Is Gov. McKlnlcy has stood crery plain; Zollln & Co. and tho old proprtotoraof "Black Draught" woro both enjoined seeded test to which ho has been subIrom deceiving tho publlo by using tho words constituting our trado namo; thereTHAT THE jected. Ho does not fall. Ho docs not fore, look out that somo doalor (not knowing you aro posted) don't soil you some cheap packago at n profit of 800 or 400 nor cont., Instead of ourGonuino "Dr. M. A. fall off. Measured by tho standard to which Simmons Liver Medicine," which you lxi suro to specify, and tnko no other, as presidential candidates should comply, thero Is nothing olso llko it. On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you freo of ho is found to be worthy of trust and Is making Cahinet siz-- i 1'liolu oheaper than any callory over did ia charge, a $1.00 package Liver Mcdiclno, oronrecelptof lottor without photograph, confidence. Albany Journal. wo will mall you a 25 cent packago. froo. Hartford, f nnrsiitotingnll wurk to ha of tho most permanrut finiali, Geo tho ailmonti, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, ana BRYAN CHALLENGED. which Dr. M.A.Simmons Liver Medicine has Invariably cured sinco 1810.. Bowels, tlmt will nnt Itide. Cabinets per dos-n- , 81 75, Imlldizou $1.00. Sick Headache. Palhtatiox or tub Heart. Duowsiness. Irbitabili-ttThe Democratic Candidate Ha Mad Half Cabinet tho $1 per ilozon. Indiqestiox. Cold Feet, Eklaroement oj" Liveh & Spleeit. l'ropoiltlou llo Can't Frova. low spirits. general lassitude. dullness. heaviness. ho Tho Loulsvlllu Courier-JournWill he at I! hi (lord tuniljNuvmiihor 2Qlh nnd longer if tho people of Had Taste in Mouth. Constipated Bow Souu Stomach. Issued a challengo to Mr, Bryan, It Tiiied Fxslino.Ktes Yellow Biliousness. Losj or Stbenotii A Flesh. Ohio onunly still want fir4 c'nn Phtitogritplis nt reammb!e prici s as thoy nLs. takes Its stand on the proposition thai Coatk 8sik& v Tonoue. Pains in Side A under Shoulder Blades. Foul Breath. market Glimmering ulforethk Etes. Weight in Stomach aitter Eatino. Torpid are now, Wo nro having all tho limine wo cuu iht, which proves to us that It is impossible to muko the price of silver bullion $1.20. Mr. Bryan Liver. Flesh Soit A Fladdt. Acute & CnuoNio Malaria. Bilx comino we ure giving uhItoisiI Hulitlticliou. having hald In New York that free coin- upin Mouth. Nervous Headaches. Memort Clouded A Indistinct. Wind Tli4 Floating ijttiilio will v 'nun horo tn Hocliestar, then to Rockport Piles, dt Curino Constipation Pkoducino it. Kidnet Disease age would accomplish this financial Colic Fullness 07 Blood in Head. Numdness or Hands, Arms A Feet. Belch-in- o nnd South Csrrollton and will land nt ttiu smuller points butrreen. miracle, the Louisville Courier-Journup Gas. DLOATINQ or Stomach after Food is Taken. Irbeoulas Arri throws down tho gauntJet to him Id DE3T. O. 3C3T. Vision. Dizziness upon Dimness tite. Heartburn. Sensations.or Dispondenct or PreonantSuddknlt Gettino way i this Up. Sufkocatino Women. Nausea "QQSF1 SK 1. It Mr, Bryan, or any other human Yellow Jaundice. DEnciENcr or or After Eatino.--Viirticiwill show that this country, when It Before T Commom-tComplaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so hud tho free coinage of both stiver an4 Perspiration. Femalb Losa or Appetite. Pains A Aches in Joints. Flatulenct. Mothers. cold at tho ratio of sixteen to one, or in Chilly Feei.inos Down the Back. Limbs Feel too Heavt. Cramp Colic other ratio, was ever able to brine th Thinness. bullion value ot both metals to the ooinaas Skin Drt A IlAnsn. Bilious Fkveiis. Paleness. Weaknws. s value and keep them tcnelhcr, thus ircur EsUbliied 1804. Detestation or Food. Sudden Flushes or Heat, General DKBiLrnr. and maintaining their circulation si DrspErsiA, Nervous Depression or Tired Ins or Teething Children. money side by side, and preventing' on. Women. Unpleasant Dreams. Spittino up or Food After Eatino, Diar- from expelling the other, the Courier 11 r llEMOYTXO THE CAUSE, Institute. Teletjraphy, G.fAWINO SENSATIONS IN STOMShorthand, Journal will withdraw all opposition totlu KtluiA OF ClIII.DIIEN, Dark IIinos Under Puffiness A ACH. the Etes. That Kestless "Out or free coinage of silver. If Mr. Bryan, or any other humae Soiits," Not Sick and Not Well Feelino, so Common with Oileis utibiirpuhcvl ndvniit.igei lor htcurlng a Practical liusiness Educi People. It Builds up Weak A Debilitated Mothers and Fathers A Pale and being, nlll show that any nation on earth, or South possesses ep.ul f icilitles for locating tlon, Nj other sclio by the freo coinage of both gold nnd allvct Enfeebled Children, nv Perfectly Reoulatino the Action or the Kidneys, at any ratio, was over able to bring tht Liver, Stomach A Bowels, so that Write lor rooo taken is haturally assimilated. young tutu in positions In the South, soutrwwo.t and west. bullion value of both motals to tha coin 11RYANT ft SfRATTON, toulsvllle Addieb, 0, F. SIMMONS MEDIOINE OO.pProps,, ST. LOUIS, MO. age voluo and keep them together, tliui !culn ojid.n:alnl6luliis tc.Zr.cJ7f7XIi ul HE GROWS IN STRENGTH. MORE HARDWARE FOR $1.00 THAN WE I Ift V hi i tut llW 4iitct to U consumer at wbolal prlcei bhlpanywbrlof oiaminMion Iwforu aala. warraottM. Kfryit)ln(i NO AGENTS IW . lOityriorMiirn. 1 Atiaiav imiipm trio m , lOOatjletofCarrlJir ELKHART... X ff. 0 inurr, Beer. ilihirt, lad. gga, Attor-Bt7- morlcan-Stoa- LaundraB Kt., Hill& S teitler, 1'hincbtok, Does the $1.00 FOR TOUS PHOTOCtRAPH. I Latindry Shippod on fifon- dar, roturnod on Friday. ( LAUENGE CASEBIJDB lUuTr-onn- , finest work of any laundry in Kentucky, Tf Good rforkissll (,'iinraiile((l. are not tnru up, hut aro retarded in cn"d t'omlilloii. Ky. mmimmi At?, f DENTIST HARTFORD, KKNTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all )ehii Prices t of Dental Operations. Office over William Jt reasonable. nell's Drutj Store. r Sleep-le33xe9- 3. SCEIxxCEXaH:, Klartforca., Vitalized ir or lauhinff nk" ai e4traoriMt;i teeth' ministered lor painless f, o. BR-S- AH & STR ATTO!T: 1 Way s4rr with Cexjlis, LaGrlpp fhea I.XATfTr QuiMiva will cure yoa la Doc Colt!iaa Baosa no day.' Fret-fulnes- BUSINESS COLLEGE litatl like Sulphate of Qalnltfa. fat up In tablets couvealcnt for UVrlae. not product tha tlnf lag la tha I t Over-worke- d Uuaranteed ta care, or aioney rafar-ealPrice, s Ceata. For aU bf Williams & Dell, Hartlord; t I . , all K. V. Wllllams.Deaver Dam: A S Anil, Stilphar Sptlnra; Drown & Chapman, Centettown; Co.j RocUport. R. B. Her