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Mention this paper 8jr o dolrif jrou it Has paid Oyer HW.tW.U) lot tffirdlnr for In'prmslloi Accident Iniur. ts If E FOURTH C.MES.IQM BI3TRICT. sccUesisl Isjntles. Be your own Agent. BXAUINATIOM KltUCIRKJ VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23,1896. NO. 13. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Better than oitlior is a healthy liver. If tho liver is 0. K. tho man is 0. K. His blood ia kept puro, his digestion perfect, and ho can enjoy lifo and act intelligently and patiently upon tho questions of tho day. You all know what to take. You hav known it for vcars. It is SimmonB Liver Regulator S1LYERWAGES. JTor Highest of all in Leavening Power. fearly- ILZF1 - CEISTX'XJ"' TJEEEl T sT-A- DELKERS DE3Cu9l."VJEX DE3CDE3XjX What a Depreciated Currency has done for Mexican Royal !Kr UlSOWTEI.Y PUBE LEWIS AT COLES BURG. CoutsnuRG, a ''"ti mirhzr&nx? " 0 Dreary Picture of the ADIogracofulAttomptmadoto Lifoof the Toiling Interrupt tho Spoakorbya Masses The Gangof Hoodlums. Very Rich Kv.,0ct 14,1896. Is Pi CO 0 CO XOO 3P03C C3aa.t. tlio 3EEviicls033a.est - 7P7ti TE FOR CA TALOG I E- - Sold by authorized dealers or direct from THEGEB.DELKER CO., Mr. Henry C. Paynrju formerly ol this city, but lor nine years a resident ol the City of Mexico, has been interviewed by one of the correspondents sent to our neighbor republic by the Chicago Recotd. Mr. Payne has Ueu in business in Mexico tbe whole period oi his stay and can speak advisedly. What he has to say is of especial intetest to 'niotkingmen who arc being falsely told that their condition would le be improved were this country to goon thesilver standard. Mr. Payne, after sating that Mexico is a countty ol the very rich and the very poor, was asked about the ciTict of the silver standard. "How lips this affected the laboring classes?" ' It bns not affected them at oil. They do not know anything about it. The tbe capitalist and the middle-ma- n have enjoyed all the bencGt. The man who works with his money and his head is getting rich. The man who works with his hands is just the same as he ever was. His wages have not changed a particle. He works on the tame terms, at the same place and for the same wages that his father and his grandfather got. He eat beans and tortillas as tin y ate them, and is satisfied, because he does not know any better. The laboring people ate as ignorant as they can be. They can not read, and therefore tbey have no newspapers. They have no idea ot labor organizations to regulate wages, and do tiot know or care about reforms, be cause they nre satisfied with their c ndition. They know nothing and care nothi g about export prices or tht value of Mlver or the premium on gold or the fluctuations of exchange, and if I hey jot hold of au American dollar it would have no more value to them than a Mexican dollar. In fact, land-own- MANUFACTURES, Hndersen,Ky Has through passenger Past Efficient Double Daily Service from Cincinnati and Louisville lo Memphis & pev? Orleans In connection with the I) O. & S W. to taulsville, reaching direct or making dote connections for principal points Illinois Central $,, f. trains and TO MR. DRYAN. How the people all must love you. Did their righteous verdict civs you Qualm, of conscience, throbs of pain? Don't you think your partner, Scwoll, Vr duplicity controlled When ho advocates free allvcr, Dut for freights demands the coldt Or that all tho voters I Gathered at thepollslnMatnel nounce the monev, schemr which Bryan represents nnd which violates tho com- mnudment: "Thou shalt not steal." Grand Rapids (Mich.) Herald. CLOSING OF M1IXICAN Own Troubles. MILLS. That Happy (f) Lnod of Silver Mas Its from Qutretsro, Mex., states that the Hercules cotton mills ol that city, which Include three of the largest cotton factories In Mexico, shut down Saturday morning for an Indefinite period, throwing 1.C00 operatives out of employment. An overproduction of manufactured goods is given ss the cause of the shntdown. What? now Is this? Po they hare business stagnation and Industrial distress In Mexico, that happy land of free silver, whloli the free silver ndvocates aro so fond of painting as a sort of earthly paradise for the laboring man T Mexican mills shutting down becvise )hey cannot And n market for their goods! 'Oh, there must be some mistake on tills point. Why, we are told that new mills were rising on all sides nnder the blessed etlmulus of dollars. ' The Quetntaro dispatch talks about an overproduction of manufac-- ; tured goods. But how can that be, when tho orators hure assured us that the only difficulty the Mexican mills hnve experienced was that they could not turn out goods fast enough; tho demand far outran tho supply? We must say a shutdown Is hard Itnea for the Mexican operatives. As they are willing to work for what nn Amor-cawould regard as starvation wages, dollars and to take their pay In nt that, they ought, at least, to bo secure of steady, omployment. But, apparently, the free coinage of silver affords them no guarantee of work even at tho wretched wages they ore willing to. accept. Boston Herald. A dispatch n SOOSH & On its own nnd cluding Vickburg nnd lackson.Miss , Baton Rouge and Natchez. La . Little Rock and Hot Spring, Ark., Waco, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex., and points on the c Coast. It also has tirou.-- passenger trains and fast efficient d ub-l- e daily service from New Oilcans, Jackson, Memphis and points South and Weston its own connecting line h ws& connecting lines. In- Tour attempt to stir up classes With vindictive footings, hellish Ilreodlnit riot In the masses! Did you hope that your assertions. Which ) ou never can explain. Would result In quick conversions In tho honored homo of UlalnoT r)lsh Can you benefit tho farmer. Help the laborer and mechanic, Dy free coinage, when you've staled That 'twould surely breed a panto? Are ou honeatly lnoarnest. Or an expert touting "Dutch," When you say our silver dollar In the market buys too mucliT We all think that It's a daisy. And don't want It split In two. It Is now nood ns a cold one, And we love It yes. we do. When you como to visit Bewail On next Babbath, bring a man Who has brains enough to alvo us Borne woll formulated plan Oneoi the most outrageous schemes ol high handed vlolenceeverperpetraU ed was enacted here toaight, when Hon. Jno. W. Lewis, the present Congress-"taui- n from the Fourth Congressional District, attempted to speak to the people on the issues of the campaign. The Hon. Lewis came here, as previously announced, accompanied by C. L. Barnes. Mr. Jno.Rogers had secured the publicschool bulldingin which to speak. When Lewis and Barnes arrived, services weie being conducted nt the Baptist cliuich, just across the road from the school house, only 40 or 50 feet away It was suggested that the speaking Le postponed until after churchandsoairanged. Mr. Lewis was introduced by C L. Barnes and he proceeded at once to speak in the gentlemanly manner so natural to the ajieakei. He had not proceeded far when some one in the rear of the buildingshouted,"HurrahforBryanl" That seemed to be the signal, and according to previous arrangemens, for a general disturbance. Mr. Lewis asked them kindly not to interrupt him, as he was tired and would not speak under such treatment at their hands. He then asked them, "what have I done to any of you to merit such shameful treatment." This had no effect whatever. Then Mr. Barnes, in the most kindly way, asked them not to disturb the speaking, and this also failed to do any good. Mr Lewis again tried to speak. Be it to the credit of Father Hart, the priest at that place, went to the door' and told the rioters that Mr. Lewis had said nor done anything in any way to offend a single person, and that such treatment as that was a disgrace upon a civilized community and that it was outrageous in theextreme, and even this man of God was not respected by the bowling mob of free silver, free Hot, and free torch men, who cussed and damned and even ap- Elled toul epithets to him, although for peace and for proper nn endorser only and is more than amply secured for such endorsement. The government does not even redeem them temporarily when they come in as mutilated currency or otherwise, with its own money, for the bank at all times must keep a deposit oi actual cash in the U. S treasury for that purpose and must hold itself subject to instant call for making that deposit good whenever any considerable portion of it shall have been used in the redemption of its notes. The bank pays for engraving of the photo from which its notes nre printed, the work being done under government supervision, as a matter ol convenience only and for the purpose of securing uniformity in the issues of the different banks. Not only does the bank never receive a dollar of the people's money on any pretext whatever, but the government makes about three millions of dollars annually, cleafof all expenses out of the one per cent tax which it charges for acting as the redemption agent of the banks aid in addi tion the government has the use of many millions of dollars, the actual property oi the banks, which stands deposited in the redemption fund. Mr. Editor, we can safely trust the consciences ol the American people, I would we could trust their understandings as welll Then would the demagogic blatherskite who from the summit of a Polk county stnmp vomits lies into the ears of the people, find small audience tb feed hs vanity withal. E. W. Covington. Bartow, Sept. 23, 1896. For years you and your fathers havo found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been put up only by J. H. Zoilin & Co. Tako none but tho genuine. It has tho Rod Z on tho front of tho wrapper, and nothing elso i3 tho same, anl nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL OARD. Jns.N.aieun, J.H.It. Me.l.tliig LAWYERS, Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Fublio for Ohio county. (Office, over Anderion'sllstasr.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. i7aaaa.es a..SraJ.tli, JTTfiBiY JT HARTFOKD, KY. Af Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t' collections. Office east side of publi square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR. Attorney at Law Beavkb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfiefd, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession i all the courts of Ohio and adjsining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING to iii RUTTING RINOS ON THE RIGHT HOGS. ".t (inQinnati, Louisville, ' i , Qhfctgo & t. JCoais Making direct connections with through trains tor nil points NORTH and WEST Including St Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, Pittsburg-Cleveland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore and Richmond. , (umty Attorney) is presented. Practical and Tbeortical grammar by W. E. Morton. He said that the HARTFORD, KY. practical was of much greater impor Will practice his profession in the tance than the theoretical. Courts of Ohio and adjoining Dona-tie- s. The pupil as an imitator by A. S. Special attention given to colinBennrtt was very Interesting and lections. Office in Courthouse, structive. He said that the pupils J ct Teneliert Meeting. The Ohio County Teachers' Asso-- . elation met in the Court House hall, Saturday, Oct. 10, 1896. The house was called to order by Supt. Shultz nnd the program rendered as follows: Professional Training was ably discussed by Prol. E. R. Ray. He says that the teacher shoald have a knowledge of the mind and its operation and also a knowledge of teaching. Emphasizing the fact that every teacher should attend tbe County Association. D. II. Godsey also gave a good talk on the subject. Tbe subject ot history by I C. Hoover was very interesting. He teaches the subject by usiug unbiased papers and thinks a great deal de lends on the way in which the sub-e- Habtford, Ky. Will practioo his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful atlention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Oho County Bank Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. o. :m:. BAwiBisrE'ra?, E3. Attorney at JCnw, JNO. B. WILSON, KY. 2. JXTESLIj, Solid vostlbulo trains, through Pullman Buffot Slooplngcars, Through froo roollnlng chair For free colostra and froo trading To It we'll make no objection If It's like McKlnlcy's tarif-fNoted for a wise protection. That's what wo wont: Work In plenty, Honost dollars as our wages. Making us a model nation, Tatlcrn for the coming ages. -- 8. M. Mooro. In New York Com.-Adv. I Cars. THE CLERGY AND BRYAN. Why They Work Agnln.t tho I'opiK-nitl- j Particulars ticket agent. of your local railroad Koiuluce. A. II. Hanson, G P A., Chicago. W.A.Khllond.A.G P.A. Louisville. fc' f lor responsible established house in Ken-tikSalary $780, payable $15 weekly aid expense. Position Referent. Unclosed self. addressed stamped envelope. The Kttiosal, Star Building, Chicago. 6t WAHTET SEVERALto travel or yrotaea aat. t- Bfe'- - ATM BAM ft. St. TIMS TABLE) wntvr bound. 7:16 a. m m. p. m. VTf.y Freight AtMMHodaMosi 8:18 p. ni. Xw Ofltmrns Limited . . 11:23 p. m. MMmodatlon lHatUall n:4ja. yt Bi.T-BOUN- D. is-- a t 4:13 a. m m. 6:j6 a. ra. Way freight AaMMmodatlon . , . . . 1 its p. ra. 7:jop m. Haht; UU HAsXnM.Umisica:, Agt. Oixalajtata Limited AaBsModtla .... j:a a. " refereace book to any, persou afflicted with any ' special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Address the leading physicians and surgeons of the1 United States, Dr. Hathaway & Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. e Fhrk Prorl, medical 4J-t- v thousands submit to this late without a struggle. People cannot learn too soon, that coughs and colds and affections' of the throat and chest cannot be saWjuueglected, The most fatal diseflsjkjown 'to physicians have .thair inception in these dUhoiders. It is easy to cure a coldi It is impossible to cure .consumption One foll&ws'fhe other as surely as night follows day. Dr.' Bell's Pine Tar Honey U a sure cure for coughs, colds, throat and chest troubles. Druggists sell it. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. - To be dragged down to an ently grays by the neglect ol a trivial ailment is not an enviable fate, and yet Wantsd-W Ml V An Idea & topaUair Jk iIbbW .WP; HV HWUrVU IHTMttUU WWHII. "! ! P! From tbo day of hUnonilnatlon,dovm to the present tunc, In all hla speeches, Bryan boa made somo allusion to tho Holy Scriptures. In aim out etory Instance hla allusion have been unjustifiable, and In many Instances they have amounted to perversions of the text. With little regard for accuracy ho has ttuinbled nloug In hU disrespectful style, in the vain hope that ho might bo able In this way to bolster up his dishonest cause. Now nmanAvho will wilfully or Ignorantly, aa the case may oe, pervert the Scriptures, will notbrsltato to assail minister of tho church. And ho did that lu his Raleigh speech. Ills main effort ban been to array claim against class. The ministers, realizing . the dishonest course of this boy orator, have warned their flocks against hla teachings, nnd they would not have fulfilled their mission as teachers had they dona less. For Is It not their business to Uvach morality nnd houesty. Now some of the ministers have spoken out fearlrmaly for tlw cntiso of honerty and morality, and because of that Bryan said to his Kalelgh hearers! My friends, when certain ministers of the Goepe! denounce tho great mass of the people who stand behind fre oolnaffo, when these ministers have denouncod these advocates of free coinage and hare taken tholr places upon the side of these great aggregations of wealth, I remind tbm that when the Oavlor was here It was the common people who heard him gladly he very people whom these ministers today call anarchists and socialists. But It Is most untruthful to say "when tbe Saviour was here it was the common people who heard Him gladly" tho people who "heard Him gladly" were tho general people. There were titled people who "heard Tllni gladly," rich peoplo as well as poor people, good people, careless people, Indifferent people) In a word, what has been designated, all of the people. Now It Is untruthful tossy, as Bryan dot say, "the ery people whom these ministers call anarchists and socialists," for that Is tho same as saying all of the people of Christ's day were anarchists nnd racialists, Mr, Bryan knows all of the people of that day were not socialists isnd anarchists. II knows the mlnls-Ur- s hav not one alluded to of tbe common people as socialists or They whom tho ministers ,Wq sBoded to as socialists and anarchists aro the BryOiis.thsTlllnuuis.and 'the. Altjrelds. The very ones, In foot, ,Yf ho hAva writ tew themselves down socialist and anarchists. Tbe ministers .who have spoken for "sound money," for an honest currency, for the prosper-Jlt- y of the country and for the lest of the working people hove done In morality. In (SO because they .honor, In loyalty and In patriotism. They could not do otherwise than tode- to-d- y e . fh Pensioner's Dollar. "You say you want to hear a little about the oldooldicrs. Well, my friends, the crisis which Is approaching now, tho question ' before the country now, to the old soldier as much as It did In 1851. I am not afraid that any man who risked Ms life In his nation's behalf Is going to be Influenced by the arguments Umt are addressed to the soldiers now by tho financiers," etc, Mr. Bryan at Milwaukee, September J. Not one word In answer to the question whether .tho purchasing power of 0 the monthly pension payments to pensioners would bo reduced by tho free coinage of sixteen to one sliver dollars. Noi n word ns to the effect upon pension pnyments hereafter of the "ext dollar" termination" of the because, Jt Is worth too much and bnys too much, We do not assumo that the veteran soldiers are thinking of nothing bnt pensions, hot they should compel Mr. Brsii to say frankly what would bo the effect of free coinage upon the pensioner's dollar. Make dm answer the question ona way or the other. Exchange. is 970.-C0"200-ccn- UftllBH One Unsettled Point. An old man who bore evidence ot more work titan culture, approached a representative of a free silver paper the other day In the state library. "Can I ask you a question?" United Stated" "Certainly." "They are all DOUBLE ANDGEN-ERALL"Well, If we have freo silver coinage, MORE Por example, we'll sll have mora money, won't weT" breoklas-- t bacon, which costs about "Why,. yes, certainly. Thst's easy twelve and cents In gold in to answer." the United .states, will cost from "Well,, what I wont to know," said thirty to lotty cents In Mexican silver. the old felld, earnestly, "is whether All Mexican prices are stated In slN they will' bring It to me or whether I'll ver, as all American prices are stated have to go uftr It?" Nebraska Slot in gold. Ham Is about the same as Journal, bnron Plour, which costs $1 a sack in the United States, will rost J3 in 0 to At Pat If oy d you sthand on tho silver Mexico, Sugar about the same in ptnpnrtlon to quality. A person who question, Molko? . in Mexico may ex Mlko Me? Sixteeu to wan bs mol goes to ect to pay from two to tour times as platform. Pat TU. U It? Woll, me ksddybuck, much for the same articles as in, the If you and tho long phlskered cranks United States or Europe." win I'm thinking that by next winter "Thtn living has increased and Ivrybody's platform will be'i ".Nothing wages rcmsin the same?" toaUL" Detroit Journal. "Yes, THBONLY PERSONS WHO HAVE BEENBUNI5HITED BY THE DEPRECIATION OP SILVER ARE THOSE WHO HAVE HAD SOMEtltfw- lies Usui THING THEY COULD SIJLL IN rwr one-half examples. Which grade needs the most atten tlon the primary or the advanced by I C. Hoover. Mr. Hoover gave quite a spirited talk on the subject, and said that tbe primary should re ceive as much attention as the advanced. Prof. Ray and others took part in the discussion and it was very interesting. The pleasure I find in teaching by W. E. Carson was very pleasing and showed Mr. Carson to be a humane and sympathizing teacher. He said that tbe pleasure be found in teaching was In seeing others pleased. Should a teacher strive to inculcate virtues that be does not possess was then discussed by J. H. Barnes and Ooe of tho duties of the government oae at tat Important duties ef forersmeat Is ttie and W. B. White. Mr. Barnes thinks that the teacher should strive to posputting et rings In'tht noses f kof a. From W. J- - Bryan's Labor Dsy Speeoto. sess these virtues. Mr. White said that a teacher should strive to Inculcate virtues which hedid not possess, there nre very few foreign coins in it spec t to the many ladies who were because it was very necessary (or the child to have this training. A motion Mexico. A few drift over the border, gathered thete to hear a quite digniwas then mae and carried to adjourn. but soon finr1 their waylo the banks. fied speech. J. S. FiTznuGii, Sec'y. I cannot believe the party, that is A Mexican peon would not know the supported by all the lawless elements difference." "What are the wages paid to ordi in the land, and tbe ton trolling forces of which go aronnd terrorizing ladies nal y mecnanicsanci laborers?" "What we call a skilled mechanic who attend peacable meetings, and will earn nhnut SEVENTYFIVE abuse the clergy who try to preserve CENTS A DAY. MEXICAN SILVER. blood-sheWhether in the form of pill powder can be A day rtav laborer on a farm will get order, and prevent or liquid, the doctor's prescription for endorsed in this country. EIGHTEEN CENTS. The average blood diseases is always the same-merwill be about thirty seven' and one-haThe d n lie was sevsral times or potash. These drugs bottle l np the poison and dry it up in the cents. itih of wages given by the disturbers. system, but they also dry up the marrow is about one fourth ol what it is in Dr. Hubbs was sittlmr on a front In the bones at the1 same time. this country " The suppleness and elasticity of the seat, and at this junction, jumped up And the cost of living?" loInU give to a stiffness, the "To the working classes it Is just and said as he did so, "come boys, all ing pains wsy rheumatism. The rackof form about what it has always beeu.be-caus- e of you, Democrats, let's go, this is a ' gradually bends, the bones ache, while they tire no imported goods, regular burlesque," and they left the decrepitude and helplessness premabut live ofTtheirown products To tbe turely take possession of the body, and upper classes it has been considerably building, whooping and yelling like it is but a short step to a pair of comes falling of Comtuanche Indians. Wlll,tbr better crutches. Then inrrer8ed according as they use imthe hair and decay ported goods " class of people sanction suchdlsgrace- - dition truly horrible.of the bones, a con"How do the prices of the necessa-tie- s ful actions on the part of hoodlums? Contagious Blood HPOTASHff ol life compare with those in the Poison the curie We think not. ers and in so doing was forming a character, therefore.is ot great importance that we as teachers set right imitate their parents and teach- Attorney at Lavs HARTFORD, SPECIAL attention making given to abstracts, Ac, alto Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North side of public square. R- - Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office wfth T. J. Smith A Co., Market Street. Attorney at law B. LEESIMMERMAN, )r.. fi. Office umaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. 4i6Upp. First st. Bottled Up! Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoiaiog counties. Speotsi given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Rwuwjcax J.B. VICKERS, d cury ll building. The-xenera- I HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Cosrts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. with County Attorney. Offics Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, Y Pihtor Common Krror Kxplnlueil. Courisr-Inforuant: I desire to call attention to what I have recently discovered to be a wide spread error in the publlcraind In regard to the telatlons existing between the government and the national bnnks, I find it to be a' widespread impression that after thebank has deposited its bonds with the government, the treasury depattment loans to the bank without Interest, ninety per cent of the face value olthc bonds so deposited. CASTOXIXA. a POKElGNtOUNrKlflS." This Is entirely wrong, The government does not loan the bank a penny under any circumstances whatever. The national bank note in not in any sense a note of the gov ernment. The government stands as of Mm .Impb. of msnklnd is the Wanted-- An thlOtf to pstcntr your Ideas, th.r most horrible of all ProtectJOHN WKOOEKUUnN m.yA tirlnir vuu waalth. CO Write F.teol diseases, and has alWwuiasvon, I. ).. for Ih.lr ll.Buu prise Oder ways baffled the aa4 Uit ot Ino buadrsd lareailous wmnd. doctors. Their potash and mercury Ialeynu,llMulr.oB dc nt Limit it y Vu' lu Btflesl June 1. bottleuptbepoisou, No. 3. No. 41. but it always bresks dally Wsst bounder. dally forth sgsln attacking some delicate Ji, Louisville . . . 7 ss a m 6 30 pm otgau, frequently L Biandenburg , . 9 22 7 55 the mouth and L Irrington 8 20 . . 9 49 throat, filling them LStephtnpott . . 10 28 8 58 with eating sores. L Cloverport . , 10 47 9 18 S.S.S., is the only 944 known cure for this LHawesville . . 11 12 p nuo 48 L Owoflsboro . . It is WL9 disease.purely guar- Ar Henderson . . 12( 15 vege 15 anteed it 55 No, 44. Vo 42. table, and one thousand dollars reward Is daily offered for proof to tbe contrary. It dally Itast bound never falls to cure Conteglous Blood L Hsfinwton . 7 aoa m 2 55 pnj Poison, Scrofula. Eczema, Rheumatism, L Owansboro . 8 2J 3 55 Cancer, or any 'Other disease of the L HawoavilU . 4 51 bsve a blood disesse, blood. If you L Cloverport , . 950 5 17 take a remedy which will not Injnre you. 10 11 L Stephenpott 5 J.1 Beware ol mercury; uont uo violence 6 16 1051 to our system. Don't get bottled up I L Irvlugton . . 11 18 639 On: b o o k s scut free to any auuress, L Braudonburg 12 45 p tu 8 00 Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa, Ar Louisville Altctr-Hiart-wa- Idea Who can think sML'?r , 95 , .Mki-- ! r r Hartford Republican Friday, Ocronnnaj. a AMitr.itnoj,. ham 1896. FREE SILVER AND WAGES. JOS. H. ARNOLD Extracts From Speech of Hon. Jas. T. McCleary.of Is Still Unshaken in His Minnesota, Delivered In the House of Rep Conviction by the Suboorlptlon, $1.25 por yonr Abuse of Eneresentatlves February 12, 1896. We mc authorized to announce JNO. D. FINLKY Ai a candidate lor the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action olthe Republican patty. And now let us sec how the situation of working-me- n In this country couipnied iu 189-- with that during the "blmetallc times." From the fatuous Semite report on wholesale prices, transportation and wages, before referred to, I take the facts for the following tabic of Rates and Tonus. wages in leading occupations every tenth ycr for some time before the war, Subscriptions f 1.25 pet annum in when we had our mint, "open to the ftee coinage of both metals," In comadvance. I,ocal notices 10c per line first in parison with wages in 1890, a sixth of a century after we finally adopted sertlon and 5c each subsequent iustr-tlo- our present system of unlimited coinage of gold and limited coinage of sit Lame contracts snecial rates. Calls dU "candidates and political rven matter 10c per Hue. ) mies. I desire to express my earnest appreciation of the honest, manly and courageous stand you have taken In this most remarkable campaign of fusion and confusion. It is cucour aging to know there is at least one true Populist paper In the state that has not hoistel the white dig of surrender, nor tumed its back on the cause of the plain people. The People's party must be saved from its professed friends who are really, whether willfully or not, its most dangerous enemies. The rank and file of our people who ran be neither bullied nor bought will know whom to trust when tht3 crimes is over and the treachery of those who have bargained to deliver us to the enemy is properly rebuked, as it will be. X Republican Ticket. Occupation. Plasterers Blacksmiths Blacksmiths' helpers Painters Wheelwrights Carpenters Engineers Firemen . Laborers Machinist Watchmen Average '. 1840. $1 50 I . . . 51 83,1; 25 25 29 (850. $ 75 1 5n 1 1 . . . 1 8jtf i860. $ 75 I 50 ti SiX t 25 I 25 J 52 3 00 ! 44 1 1 1 1 25 25 I890 50 3 00 i 75 2 50 2 50 141 2 25 I 1 1 1 194 4 25 5 5 9 1 2 00 15 81 t 54 1 10 87 7 37 04 55 06 99 76 00 55 Average, according to importance, 1 00 168.6 92 7 for all occupations, i860 being ELECTION NOV. 3.1896. For President. reconcd as 100. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio, Far Vice Prrslttrnt. GARRETT A. HOBAET, of New Jersey. has vast We have seen that the condition of American working-mely improved since the days when we had free coinage of silver. It his been shown, also, that opening our mints to coinage of silver on private account How would this affect wages nnd would at once send us to a silver bisis. n the men who earn them? for t'ongrrM, JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Everyman who earns his daily bread by his daily toil owes it to himself and those whom he holds dear to think this over carePoruLiSTB who vote uuder the roosters cast eleven votes for Sewall and two for Watson. AccoitDijui to Parker's sell out ot the Populist party, all Populists who vote under the rooster cast two votes for Watson and eleven for Sewall. fully. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Largo 0. 8. Deming, Mt. OH The Democrats have refused to vet. At Largo S. H. Kaeb, Manchesgive trjp Populist the Congressman ter. in this District, and are now down upFirst District W. S. Mason, of on their knees begging the Populists , Tae Second District George H. Tow- - to support Bryan and Smith. ' erv. of Dixon Democrats have been trying to fuse Third District J. F. Taylor, of the Populists entirely out. Ma-field- CSlnecnw. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, Tun Hartford Herald is even partiEvery Reyuldican in the county is of Hartford. san when it comes to mentioning a Fifth District Charles to. Stiglitz, for speech. We understand that requested to be on the lookout Populist of Louisville. They are now circuPopocratic)lies Sixth DiitrictD. B. Wallace, of Mr. Parker made the best speech that in order to carry Warsaw. was made at FordsviUo last Saturday lating everything Seventh District Johu L. Boiley, and yet the Herald complimented all their point. f Paris. the other speeches and never men Notwithstanding the fact of Mr, Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, And yet they Bryan's argument that wheat, cotton, tioned Mr. Parker. f Nicholasville. Ninth District Robert Buckley, of want the Populist vote. Ac. are falling in prices, they have Mt. Olivet since the assurMarcum, of The silveritea, to further their pet risen nearly one-haTenth District J. B. ance of Republican victory. ackson. theories, will resort to almost any. Eleventh District H, G. Trimble, thing. Now, in order to break up a "Bryan is not a friend to the synf Somortet. Democratic speaking they have im- dicates and trusts," spouts the Herported a man to speak at the same ald. How about the silver trust, repThe Gleaner is a neat little 4 column, 8 page paper published at Beav time in a different part of the town, resenting $016,000,000? Bryan is er Dam, by Messrs. J. N. and W. M and will parade the streets with a bras3 their paid attorney and is now raak It has the appearance of band and with Ccmmancbo yells unLikens. interest of the coming to stay; it will bo independ- til they break the speaking up, and ing speeches in the Why greatest trust in America. ent iu politics. yet they say they are not rioters, an can't you tell the truth? Tun Hardinsburg Leader, publish- archists, Ac. Away with such bosh, Oh, yes Democrats love tbo Popued at Hardisburg, Ky., is one of the it is imprinted on their foreheads. latest additions to our exchange list. lists. A Democratic clerk at Owens-bor- o The H'.rald this week eays there It is published by Mr. I. E. McUlure, refused to let Southall, the Popan old experienced newspaper man, were 3,000 people heard Capt. Ellis ulist candidate fir Congress, on tho and as it is published in the interest at Fordsville last Saturday and that ballot. There is no telling how the ot the Republican party, wo trust that there were 1,500 horsemen in the pa- Democrats will fall orereath other to it may liveaiid do much good for the rade. We bavo taken pains to inter kick the Populists, but then they love view Mr. Lee B Stevens, a Democrat cause. them. who was there, and he informs us that Tiieke are sound money Democrats there were about 40 or 50 in the pa- Wiien Popocrat orators speak at about town and other places, who are rade and there were not more than Hartford they are advertised by the b itterly opposed to the Chicago plat- 300 who heard Capt. Ellis, bo you Chairman of the Popocratic Commit form, and who were sound money see that the Herald has lied again, tee with flaming bills, but when the men before the Convention, but since but if it does not lie everybody will Populist State Chairman proposes to the Convention they are now "Flopo-crats,- " be disappointed. speak here no bills are Been on our inasmuch as they will vote for streets signed by said Chairman.' The Herald gets upon its head beBryan against their own belief and comiiittee Tnrc Republicans throughout the against the best interest of the coun- cause the Democratie didn't advertise Gen. Hill's speaking county must understand that there is try. --. in that paper. That is easily explain- work for all between now and the EvEimvnERE throughout the DU ed; a few weeks ago, Mr. Reid, of election, and to get out and do sometrict Hon. J no. W. Lewis is met by Rockport, sent them a notice of a thing to save tho country from the tremendous crowds anxioui to hear Democratic speaking at Rockport aud wild cat craze of free silver, free riot the truths told by him, and every- told them he would pay for it, but and repudiation. Go to work and where ho is met by the intelligent still they lefused to hear fre speech, never ceaso until the buq goes down peoplo and givon an ovation which aud would not publish a notice of tho on election day. shows his popularity among the peo- speaking for love nor money, and yet Shortly after Benjamin Harrison He is making a this same paper sets itself up as a ple ot his District. was elected President, upon July 1, magnificent canvass aud is gaiuing teacher. So A great teacher it i! 1889, the interestbeariug debt of the strength every day. blinded by partisan feeliugs that it United States amounted ts 8809, cannot tell whether it is "comin or 853,090. At tho close of his AdminIt is the iutontions of the silverites gwin." They have 0. to suppress free speech. istration, July 1, 1893, it was no argument nad they know if they During Harrison's admin Wilbur Condict has at And now will listen to argument in support of last landed in a party. We never btratiun the reduction of tho interest-bearin- g Sound Money the majority of men knew until this week wheie he was debt amounted to $244,821,- they are couutiug for certain will "at." Ho has been so scattering that (110. Upon July 1, 1896, the Now to prove vote against them. debt amounted to 8847- ,it was impossible to 4 ml him, bu t aring that they will not listen to Sound since he has placarded biinsell we .303,890, fhmwrg that during Mr. Money argument, they have 6cnt off know he has fallen over the fence, mid Cleveland's Administration the inter- and got Jo A. Parker, a Populist, to is now ridinga53centdollar"through debt nf the United States speak here at tho same time that Gen a s'aughtor hou.o to an open grave." ' fltitunr nnlip Ihran fonra liml tttnranaail MIMIUU Willi WIIVU IVHiq IIHI 111 VU4VU Hill is advertised. What does this 'This sad, indeed, to chron-- his Adding tho d.creaso show? How does it strike of the debt duriug Harrison's Ad. what the Republican party men? and the increase of it gains, the Democratic party loses by ministration Go on, and 011, Bro. during three years of Cleveland's getting him. "You shall not press down upon Adiuiuiotrntion, we have practically tho brow of laborthiscrown of thorns, Condicl; it will not be long until you you shall not crucify mankind upon a will want an office from tho Demo au increaso ot over $500,000,000 in W. I. Bryan. cross of gold." cratio party, and when you are refus- tho public debt ai tho result nf ono The abovo is somcthiug uuheard of ed, whfro, oh, where, will yuu be? dose ot free trade under the Wilion turifl. coming from a Presidential etiudi Echo answers, "In tie soup." date. It has allocked the entire reTlIK Hartlonl says this ligious world of both reel aud creed aud Last week we asked tho Hartford ut. - .....!.. 11 .. week: they turn with shame (rum such an eraWsome very important ques- - t fu.r.lT.Z Well u he Horn, bearing d.rectly on tho issue," exhibition of bud taHo. '",7 or soon answered by Mr. Verdey iu the fol of this campaigu. The questions were often thousand will beat tliodlpoul of tho Itepub lowing language: asked that that paper might give the "No, indeed; no crown with its truth once more when it answered lican managers here to help carry for McKmley and sound pohcnoui prongs ,slull pierce the suf. them. (raid fol- Ohio county JJut this week's ferine head of hb-r- but instead, that monoy." Once moro the Uerald has same head shall by this free silver lowed up their long established repu. ' told this much truth, but it might policy be made to burn nnd sweat be- tation ot lying aud suppressing the have gone farther aad Btated truth neath the scorching sun of long days, truth. What dues this prove? It nnd receive as reward a spurious coin fully ihat the editor of tho flerald whose lace value belies its real value proves that they havo no argument in T'.Minnpallfi inirn mil llt .1 I1,a ' changer-No- , support of their false theory and Hro in the scale of the money were the sole orig- -, bosses . ',' 'you shall not crucify mankind dodg 02 tho issue. If tney wero hon b. Neither was upon a cross of gold ' inators and circulators of bu1 report, the victory of Calvery's stupendous est in their convicious, if they wuI.ch UPU il? fce ".w il u,,rca': . ... th. n,.Miin.- onableness mid ..- , tragely so crucified, but lie was cru t,.n'.... v..M..v.. .v that It is a pure and elly be' rayed for thirty riKCKs oi would have hcen answerod. We unadulterated "campaign lie." Re hiuvf.it, aud the metal fctitl smells of again iusUt that yuu answer the publicans believe voter who would ittachery." not be trust 'questions or else admit, by your si. sell llivir priiicljilt-scoul--I v','e r,'u VT" ,or l,l',l,e tet.ee, ibatynu aie ignorant of tho unnecessary to thcrefmo they nil j ct or your rau-- cannot be sup, mvo 8nv aJman fund for the pur- L'uu b H Bwt in timaSirup. bTutta Good. Vm Huid y druuirl.u. ra pirled by argument because you have ...0nf buying vote-- , a the Hrrahl no argument. , iuvimiato , even it Ihey were for rale. lf ( $535,-029,38interest-befair-mindf The leadership of the People's parif it is to continue to live, must be taken out of the hands of those who have abused that leader, ship In the past. For how can any honest, faithful People's party man trust in the future the leadership of those men who in the past have dickered fsr the delivery of his vote to the enemy? If our committee can sell and deliver us to the enemy in 1896, what shall prevent them from selling us out in 1898 and in 1900? I am roost heartily glad that the rank and file of our people are going to refuse to bo delivered notwithstanding the fact that our ''leader" have bargained to deliver us. Now is the best time in the world for all Populist loyal and true to show to the world, and especially to our "ltader" that they are absolutely unpurchasabl- - and cannot be sold and delivered as mere merchandise now or at any other future time, by any committee for any price whatever. I want to ask candidly, how can we ever hope to win and hold the confidence of the masses of the people In our honesty and integrity of pur pose if we exhibit a willingness to enter into deals and dickers with our opponents, and trade off our professed principles for a share in the spoils ty in future, of office? One of the difficulties I have had to contend with when speaking and wotking for the People's party was the answers I got so often from old party men that our party would be just as corrupt when they got into office as the old parties are, and would sell out just as quick. What a damper we will be forced to meet now when our old party brothers turn on us and answer our appeals to them to come out of the two old parties by saying: "Ah, your leaders were even more corrupt than we thought they were. They did not even wait until they got into office to sell you out. but actually sold you out before they ever got into office. Ah, you Popu. list talk mighty nice and promise many things, but we are afraid to trust you. You ore only wanting an oppurtunity to sell us out." Let ev ery true Populist firmly resolve to teach the trimmers, fuslonists and traders who have been trafficing in our votes a most wholesome lesson by refusing to vote for Bryan I am greatly encouraged, too, by the great numher of letters I have re ceived form ever past of the state repudiating the action ofour trafficking committee aud declaring they will not vote for Bryan. Let no Populist be caught by the free silver bate with which the Democrats have bated their book to catch Populist committees and suckers. J. II. Arnold in Farm and Labor Journal. Elrrlrle Illlfrrs. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for nay season, but perhaps more generally needed, when the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggih ar.d the need of atonic and alterative is felt A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting nnd freeing the system from the malaria poison. Headache, Indigestion, Dirtiness j ield to Electric Bitters 50c and $1 00 per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. THE FAP.MEn'8 FRIEND. names in a exuberant vocabulary, how can you say, "Come sit down, JTr Silver Would Help th rsvmer by Reducing th (TM f HI- - H'P- We are nnd let's reosun together." rarmcr 1 rckon Uils free silver what we have nlw.tjs been. If you about the best friend of us fanners fellows didn't need our votes you that's come our way slnoe the war. Alwould still be heaping this kird of lowing Bryan's elected oil right thU year, 1 calc'lata M bo worth nearly abuse upon us now. We are willlnt; to vote for your 12,000 more next year than I'srnier's Wife Nonsense, Barrel I nun il j 011 will vote lor oun, If you don't beller silver's gong to make can't recojnlza us, we won't iec folka rlcii. Ono'll have to work for a ytu Free sliver may settn a living If Bryan's elected Jut mi bard a sweet morsel to you, but enlightened If he Isn't. don't deny but what your beads P. Populists nre sure it is not the cured level there. Juno. Borne folks will bate. -- nil you pretend. With Its introdttc- - I to work hunter, but It won't be u narra tion, financial reform will be set back era. We'll come oui on top mm for years to come, nnd the Topulists silver. That's mire's shooten. tn your V. W. Whut cnuty notion's will have to begin their work of edu- head now, anyhow? D'you think fanncation all over again Some of you er are smart enough to msko laws know th's; others of you ore too that'll Urko isonry out of other folka' blinded by patty ties to realize It, and pocket and put Itintothelm? not, but t!y're plnjr to R go along In the footsteps of others. try It. P'raps I n'poso you don't see bow free) Populists know exactly wheie they are ktUer'll help us, but I do. P. W. If you'll tuko my advice yuTl "at" nnd don't propose to be drawn trylngX out into the darkiuss to be betrayed not botlirr yourself to death warrant It get rich by free silver, I'll nnd destroyed. Firm and Labor won't uork on you culo'Ute, Journal P. I'll tell you one wsy It'll help me, Jane. You know that If we got POLITICAL NOTE8. free coinage w will hawi silver dollar worth bout SO cent aurue'a Mexican dollars now. up P. wV I thought Bryan said thatstl-vcr- ll be worth just as rouoh as gold goes when wo got free silver. still P. Yes, that what he ssyn In tba Wheat rust, mi's lis won't scare the mill bands And silver and savings bonks folks too much, nut he don't tolk that way out here, because goes down. he knows that aln'l what we're after. Downl We want ohrap money, no's prlri of twin us high, wheat, rorn and pnrli'll Say what you please abuit Jo name tut In Mexico. V. WV Aiipi'Vii' ther are? Wouldn't Blackburn, he is a mti l rare couryou huve to pay t.wfc in niueb for age, as witness his determination to clotlirs nnd grocM-lemill evrrythlnff answer Carlise. G'lln, Jo, and d nd else you'd hnc to buy? If you got be he who first cries hold! enouph. two dollar limlrail of one dollar, jouM have to xwnd two dollars limleail of Remember, Joseph, that "he who ono dollar. It'll Imaihrftuilasll Is long. doubts is a dastard." etc., etc. to make If Uiut'ii the way )ou rich, you'll twveriret rlrli. two r. lint I wouldn't bave to According to Chairman Jones, the dollarn for rcry dollar I pnd now. campaign funny man of the Popociats, You know, un huvp ut least two hired limn the whole year, and throe to flva be commenced his work n sure winApril to Noverobrr. twwldea ner and kas dally figures to prove n more fromgirl Hie hlml for mot of the year. Do tremendous loss from poor lianna's you reckon I'm gotuff to rulun their pay wlM-army. Notwithstanding these terriwegpt free silver? Why shouldn't V. W- .- I a'lxwo so. ble tidings Ilauna goes merrily along as though he had nn lakh in junis , ou? j,v Jlml J wouldn't bave to. of Arkansas." P'raps attrru jenr or so I'd give 'em two or three dollars more a inoolli, bo t noth- -. Ing like double what they're getting' Hx.Candld.tte Iljrdm was certain now. I mln'late I'd save betwttn SHOO one year ago that he would be elected and 91,000 In wages not tyiHe so much by a majority of 50 000, yet when the on Johu und Dave, because they board with iih, and of counts the price of some voters had finished, Bradley's was 9,000. Today "Also R.m" of the things they rat would go up, but I'd save 'bout hnlf nu ray dnjr hands Hardin thinks he thinks that Brian's who live oihI bourd ut home. Thttt'e majority will be 25,000, which really bow I llgger It, nnd It's 'curding to Uwi means that Bryan will be dtfeatid in opinion of Oot. ltolrs and other big silver people. Tliey soy form wsgrs ts Kentucky by about 18,000. too high for profit nnd that silver!! Wing Vin down. P. W. And so that's why you're for All wage earners who feel that the dollars they receive buy more and free silver, norveOrlmes: want to cheat your poor hired hand out of half their better clothing and food than they lrn who now cm' hardly Wr, are entitled to are advised by Carlisle their families out of Uw poorhoinwl I to vote for Brvan: all waire earners ! thought It was them Wall atreet hy. ' believe that thev shonld be uald In a oiiU '" Roldbiig. you're nftw with your free silver stick nud dollar worth 100 cents will, ot course, trying to square accounts thot you're with them vote against Bryan, who insists that rich fellers, but It srems P. Hold up llwrn, Janel Preo silthe American dollar is too good for ver's going to eavu us 'bout $1,000 on the American wage earner. wlml I still owe on that $4,000 mortgage. Who d'you thtnk'U to that? Y. W. I don't care who'd lose It. The rise and fall Bryan will make a 7cry interesting Taln't right to cheat anybody, but I wouldn't Miy n word so long's It's somepage in Ameiican history. As be body who could nlTord to lo It, but arose in all his glory at Chicago when It come to cheating your poor many hypnotized hearers thought a neighbors It's time to put a stop toll. a fixed star of the firt magnitude I don't care If you never get that other farm paid for. I guess we won't starve had appeared to dtizzle the ejesof on Ihls old farm. I'm going to tell seventy million Americans But now John nnd Dave and all the others Jnat that be is sputtering out like n tallow how free silver will hurt tbem. and I'll got them nil to vote against llryaa. candle, even the Senatorial silver caThe Idan of such formers as you trying bal have ceased to take and interest to elect Ilryan to cut down the wage in him of jour hired menl I'm ashamed ol you, I ami t s lz 1 Till! CIIIL'AMO i'ONVr.XriD.'l, The Democratic party, stout, well and Assembled i.tChicagolnconvcntlou, One William J Bryan, a Populist Hon For a time Democratic in preten- heatty, tion. Captured die crowd In a speech plain and loud, Proclaiming this country nil alone, Should accept repudiation, expensive In order to get n seat on the throne to the nation, no Though without a saddle he attempt to ride a straddle Ol three parties, for office now They were even nt the stilt, but have gotten wide apart Aud Willie Is all spraddled out. I now begin to Willie, my little fear. You do not believe what yuu tell; You, on diflerent days (tell) your tale so may ways, Your Fiatlsm's dead and gone too well. P. RKNl'ROW. O-- ar, -- Halt's 1 and We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarh that cannot be cured by Hall.s Catarrh Cute. F.J CHKNKY&CO.,Props .ToIedo.O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and fin anclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Tiimz, Wholesals Druggist's, Toledo, O. Waldlng, Klnnnn & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter, nnlly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol tbe system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggiat. Testimonials free. Hull's family Pills are the beet. llltst OASTOIUCA. atWazssra i.ju,,, ma-?ori- ty State Superintendent Davidson bos finished the pipers in the lost State Examination for certificates to teach in the common schools in the State, and we find among tbe list the came ol Mr. Hardin Craig, a formersludent of Hartford College. Mr. Craig is a brother of Mrs. T L, Griffin, of this place, and is a young nun of extrabr (tinary habits. CASTORIA for Infants and Cbildrsa. CtUIUI w At fit- urn. m xtritn. M. hi, SJ Some people will think that Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey is so better than other cough remedies until they try it. Then they will know for themselves that it is the bast b Up to date druggists sell it. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. JW evsrrssa sua womsa la th TTnH4 BUUt lBleril4 la Iks Opium snl Wluikv bablt to btv osa of mv book, on thsu tilt . Addrsu IJ. M. WooIltT. AtlisM, Us., Oox as, sn4 oat wUl b imU job irs. v earth. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. XANTED-SUVER- AL Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Is dif. ferent from all other cough remedies. It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone, strength, vigor and vitality to Hie respiratory organs. All diuggistsscll it. For sale by Mark II anna is charged with the "crime of '96" in advancing the price ol wheat 30 cents a bushel, nf corn 10 cents, and of cotton 3 centin pound. Mark is not satUfied with this, but is actually lorcing the tllete monarchies ol Europe to buy heavily, nnd to pay in gold wo'rtb 100 cents on the ddllar everywhere. By the almighty power Ilauna has caused Bryan's 300 speeches with but a single thought to become merely found and fury with no thought atnli; The Tultila Wiokljr II In dr. Every Intellinent family needs'In addition to their local p iper, .1 good national weekly. Th- - greatest and Utslfs rr a tlrjsa Ovllac. FAIT'hlul men or women to traveVfor responsible established house in Salary J780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Unclosed stamped envelope. Taa National, Star Building, OfcUnj. Kea-luck- y. ed Miss Margaret Iclh jFuiro FALL m .""::" r'' T1 T ,... most widely know general family newsp is the Toledo Weekly Blade. For thirty yean .. has been a regular visitor in every part of the Union, and is well known nt almost every one of the 70.000 oMfI!ces In the country. It is edited with reference to a national circulation It is a Republican paper, but men of all pol-- ; itics take it, because ol its hone.My and fairness in tlu disru.lon of all public qurs'ions It i the favorite family paper, Ph Mmie'hlng for every the hou cho'd. Serial fitorie-i- , wit nnd humor; in the Household depiitiuent I.'.IIT AreiiMSHl. Looking over the files of certain world). Young Folks, Siindny School Lessons, THlmnge's Sermons, the Democratic newspapers that are shedBureau ding crocodile tears over the refusal Farmstead, the Question of a big faction of the Populist patty (which answers questions for subto go out of business, we find some scribers), the News' tif the Week in featvery choice arguments that they used complete form, nnd ether a few months ago in their efforts to ures. Specimen copies Kindly sent on convince the Populists that they application, nnd il you will .sen I us t lUt of addresses, we will m ill a copy were away off on the questions advoto each II nu Oily ft a. cated. Here area tew samples: wirh to raUe n clu1), write lor termi. Bunco steerers. 1 p-tr- ('st Argamssl. Brsa's When argument la based upon a wrong principle, It la full of IncanaWt- Candidate Bryan aaya that esnj dollar Is too valuable; that It hsn o Wed UIlUl vo hushtla of vltMl aro now required In exchango focn dothrr, whereas one bunhe of wheat was exchangeable for a dollar tn daywgonoby. Mr. Bryan's remedy for this la to cheapen Uvo dollar. This la logltl,aa4 the dollar would cemalnly bodheapeaiM by "free coinage. ao doubt of that, far Caudklato Bryan U coasbtent. but wait a moment. Ha says also that tlie free coinage ot silver by tho United Elates alont! would double the prloo of silver bullion and make It worth 11.20 per ounce In gold the world over. If this advance should result, the silver dollar would rtne In value to the prenvnt worth of tlio gold dollar, and there would be nlMolutely no-- change in our financial system. Theee two propositions ace utterly at vurlanoe with each other. One of them must of necessity be Incorrect Atlanta Dixie. Tw-Fs- term August 31, I086, at her homo for tho reception of pu pul. Thorough training. Special attentiou given to young pupils. Terms as usual. Your patronage solicited. 5 Gm Hartford, Khhtucky. . Uritk tar Sal. I have a fine lot of first-cla- ss brick for sale at Hartford, Ky. Parties needing brick lor any purpose rill do well to call on or address me at tha above place before purchasing elsewhere. All orders filled promptly at most reasonable prices. Your patron age solicited. Respectfully. K. L. HKBBirt. 4otf "GREATEST ON EARTH." Br. Hlles siterave - fferstae. Mr. H.T Caldwell. I book-ketp- er la the First National Bank of Pulton, Ey. was completely run down. My nerves . "I and worry that I Jell sural would beieom- I ?"...?. fUUjfi ?W ?r-- ik wouU lis UtQU 1DUII UJC but little reK". ......II y-- Anarchists. Fools. Addie.sTh-Ilh.l- e, Miners nt Williams Mines have re The perple here burned work again are busily engaged in the tnlne-- i and lire treatel to weekly political meeting nnd speakings, MUs Cleiiimie Hicks is visiting iciir.NiiY. Tol'eVo, Ohio. itlitlvein Central City. Mrs Ju.ii Davis Hirtford, spent a with friends last week Christian, Louisville, vbiud his par tnts at this place last few days heie Mr Albert wt-e- Communists, Rogues. Socialist. Cranks. Dervishes. Repudiatlonlsts. ,';U: Thieves. ' '',' Pacing, Jacohing. Pirates. Demagogues. ... Adventurers. Loafers. Humbugs. Hobos. I -3 i ft e Frauds, Idiots. Fanatics. ' ' cho.'.-- e Soreheads, After calling a man all the The Republicans ol Il.trtl met Wednesday night nnd had speeches by diflerent members o the club. Prof, P. A. Gary presented the following resolution .''which was unanimously adopted: Rrsoi.vrd; That, we the, colored voters of Haitford do hereby renew our allegiance to the Grand Old Republican party and are prou I of our party leaders, and will not be led off after the free silver craze, and hereby Republican party our pledge the hearty support nnd pledge ourselves fo cast our votes on the 3d day of November for McKinley and Hobatt and Jno W, Lewis, and will do all we can tosecute their rhcthm. t'olsrril Kriiibllrns Mrs. W. IJ Woodward, of Point Pit a:iant, Is on a visit to relatives .V here. n.ibCaldwell. of Woodstock.TcnM.. telegraph optiator, vlsitefliis family here last week; Mr II Ito.-k-tt has moved to nnd the Shul) Bros, are talk In',' ol tiiqving to that town soon. Onr Sunday School is moving on P. nicely. ir tothsYeme up so that I could not possibly s.ieoa to my Dimness ss connection with this I hi 1JouJd. la heaviness about the stomach: anJlklna la different part of ay body, tench roaucea la aeea. i wss cer Mto.Uf I 11.1 CULDWHJ. Dr. Miles' Restorative fliwMe. Our Job Department is always ready to do your job work for yon at the lowest cash figures, , a trUl hoMla dragiUtBBdfoo4retulUqulekyf6uowdr! procured adollsr bottle, sad by thstlB naf used this np I wss adlStreotmsa. I sm now on. lay third bottle and smsblsto sleep soundly sad .est rsfulsrly. seaitihtu I could not possibly do before t&klsf.year Ncrvint, Ism nowuByrMMwred. snddonol bssltste to pronouac Dr. Miles' KeslorsUv Nervine the ortatut sxrsia o sort." B, T. OAtDWKX. Fulton. Ky. Dr. Miles' Nervlns Is .sold oo a pcsHlr iDsnrs.Doms win I Oratnrocared Dr. Mile' NerVln 2ffia "ll u tri kJ- ftrifmr,! . . ri ;c. - ,.... .'.tuiti'i jfe&HaL. --'- .- ..oJh. i ' -- -i- 4v ,i , AsstS-- - ttLsBt. . ,tt v .' iris. .jiJU fi.fTt"iissfs1t-fta)i.i.l- i j iii il sM nafli -- asv sJMrA'riitlsirilsii ilWHsWiTTl intfLs. LW PADCC A13I1 I i P.lf PT5 ASiiffererCured Mrs JJ e Kone and Itltlc daughter, Rochester, Is visiting her parents, Mr. anil(MnY II,-- Ddinven. BhAVilK DAM. t V" oi..,ii, UAVLStoll.. S ULIIAIAIUIVI Touohod Up In SnrcaBtlo ;tc;,3 tm r.niM riti SUPPLEMENT HARTFORD, FHIDAY, republic nml In no part nil Idle working-minwho wanted to work, (Trcmomloin npplause.) - i AN EXACTING PATIENT. KY., REPUBLICANOlTOIIF.il to IW4 Itryuii IIX SIINATOU II i r l'lii I Mono). WORDS OF PATRIOTS. Prominent Stump Speakers on Sound Mouoy, Protection and National Honor. RECENT CAMPAIGN ORATORY. Makers of History Record Utterances Winch Are Bound to Live lor Agos. Whii llie Ili'iHihlftMii i'aity StutiilH Tor. MAJ McKINI.EV. "Tin' political situation of tlio country In peeiilhr. Wo linvo Iinil few pirnllels Wu to our pusent political condition. have lull oiii (mlHlml party which Is muled, nml tluit U ours. (Appkriso.) Disroril reigns in nil others. Our oppunetit, tlio Dunocr.itlc party, It lorn iinil divided. Tun nntlou.il conImp Ih'Oii hold liy It nml two vention nit on.il ticket presented, nml lliolr platforms nrc tutnll) different on every sub-ji'i- 'l Tlio ami In utmost every section. Populist iirl linn merged ilH urgnnlzn-lio- n into tluit of the Chicago Democratic nml Si I,oui silver urgaiilzitions, nml tin ir nlllcs nro for Hip must part harmonious ext cpt tluit inch one hi a illMirit nml iliffeiciit candid lie for (Croat liughttt- - nuJ ap- plause.) na 'Hiippily llie Republican party never inure closely united tlinn now, liolh in f.ul ami in plill, nml lliere wire tieitr lietter reason fur hihIi union, nml never greater necessity for It tlmi now (t liurs nml cries of 'That's right.') it In wedded, devotedly ntililitl, to .nrly principles. It stand nn it linn nhwi) stood, for .in Atnerlcnn prolnllve tariff wlni li shall raise enough ninney to mill mt tlio nover.il ilt t irtiiiontH of tlio gov ninriit, including liberal tensions to (Tremendous cheer-Inllie Union soldiers nml hurrahs for McKinley ) A tariff that will ttop debts nml deficiencies and make tlio trcamiry of the Ulillnl Stale once more safe nml sound In every particular, (Applause.) It stands for i reciprocity tint socks out the markets of the wnrlil for our surplus agricultural nml manufacturing products without surrendering a single iln)'s wages that (Ap to the American workman. It believes In preserving a plause.) home market for the American farmer (applause), in ttic opening of tin American factories for tlio American working-ma- n (nppl luso), mul the opening up of u foreign market wherever II can lie done with profit to nil the gnat Interest of the United States "It in. too, for Round money (great cluirliiR), ever) dollar worth 100 cents (renew id cheering), every dollar ns Rood ns cold (continued cheering), and It in alike to the free and unlimited coinage of silver, and the Issinnoe of Irredeemable paper money to vvhlcli tlio alllid pnrty seemed firmly committed, ((rent applaime) It has nlnnjs kept It propose silver at a parity with cold. to Wcp Hint silver money in clrtnl illnn nml preserve side hy side cold and silver am' paper, each the equal to the other, mid each the equal of the lies), nml the lust never to lie Inferior to the host money known to the (ommcrchl nittons (I.oud cheering.) It of the world. will continue to fntor n iiollcy lint will give work to American citizen mirkcts to American farmers (cries of That' what we want.', nnd (Tremendous sound money to lioth. filterings nnd cries of "Hurrah for McWe are now convinced after Kinley!') time vcir of experience, winterer may have linn our political relations ill the Nisi, of the truth of the observation of Vebtcr. undo more than half n century You will recall that he said: co. policy 'That Is the truest American vhlch shall most usefully employ American capital and Amerirmi labor and best sustain the whole Aineilcnu population ' (drr.it applause.) "Agriculture, commerce nml manufac tures will prosper together or fall to get her. liqualty true also wore the words of John Qiilncy Adnms, 'That tin interests ot tins agricultural, in In fire.it mid manufacturing nation are so linked In unison tint no permanent cause of prosperity to one of lliem can opciato without extending its inlliicnco to the (Applause.) Wo cannot have other.' (ouimerclnl growth nnd expulsion without nitinual nnd individuil honor. "Weiannot linccointnorclnl prosperity without the strlitesi integrity both of go eminent nml citizen. (Iteuewid nml cries of That'll right") The tinnucinl honor of this government Is of too vast I in port unco, is entirely ton stored to be tlio football ot puty poliths ((rent applaunc. nnd cries of "(Jood, coodl 'the Uepuhlican party has iinln taiuul it nnd Is pledged to malntniii It. It his more than once tlood between good fnlth nml dishonor and when it envo iiii the control of the government our national honor had never before been (o high mul unquestioned, (Applause ) The Hepubllcnn party l pledged to the iredlt of the government which Is Intimately associated with its Kkitless nime mid honor, nnd this It will do under nny circumstances ami nt any cot (Hunt cheering ) "It tn.Mil the endit of the government in the da) s of tlio war to Its utmost tension to proserin the government itself, wlikh, under (!od, it was happily enabled to do. follow Ins that mighty bt niggle It lifted onr credit higher than it had ever been before nml undo it equal to the oldest nnd wealthiest naof tlio world. tion (ApplitKc and It is pledged cries of Thnt's right.') to iniilutnin iincorrupted the currency of the country of whntever form or kind that Ins been used by national It made the old creenbick as good ax gold mid his kept it as good as gold over since. It has maintained every form of Atnerlcnn money, whether silto gold, nnd It will ver or paper, not tuko uny b.ilrwnrd Men. 'Great nnd cr!" of '(Jpoil, good,') No party ever went out of power which left n ricord as tlio Itepuli. mi nuigulllcant llcun patty. (Cries of That's right') Our great war debt wns more than two-thirpaid off, our currency unquestioned, our credit unfurnished, the honor of the union unsullied,, tlio country In Its mahad terial conditions stronger, than vvt'r been before; the workliigiiien better paid thin ever "inplojcd nml better dchiscd currency. WAItXlIIl MII.M'.It Mr llrjnn nt lienrt cures imthlng fur the free (olungu of sliver. Mr. Ilrymi is first mid last n believer in lint money, nml hu Is only using the free coinage of sliver to arrive nt that flnnlly. 'I his Is a Kirluus charge to mnke, but if I cannot prove It I will apologize publicly . for It. In the September number of the Arena Ji st Inst mouth tin re In nn nrtklo on the inrri'iiey by Mr. llrjnn, in which lie criticises Mr. Cleveland severely for using bonds In time of peine, mul especially for selling them to n syndicate. lie KH.VBJ "When the United Ktntis, without waiting for the aid or consent of uny othtr nation, opens Its mints to the free mul unlimited coinage of gold mid sllier nt the pnsent legal rntio of It) to 1 it will bring real relief to its people, and will lend the way to the restoration of bimetallism throughout the world. It will then be pnpared to pcrfnt Its linauclil sj Mom b furnishing n paper mono imcHtul with legal tenth r quail-liemid sulhtiuit in volume to supply the metis of the government. Its paper money will nut be loaned then to favorites, but will be paid out In the expenses of govt riiim ut, so that nil mil ruche the In m hts," This Is lint money, pure and simple. Mr. llrjnn proposes to stop tnxntlon nnd piy the expenses of the gorirument by printing lint money. This goviriimout onto launched upon that boundh .s nn would as lertalniy fall and go down as did the Trench republic, width was set up at the ilose of the last century by n tot of theorists ami revolutionists. They Issued during n few sears forty thniisiml millions of francs of lint mnnes They cnlleil nsslgnnts nnd miindits. gnve n legal tender quality to It, but while It could pay debts they could not compel ptople to take It in pur-- i base In other words, they could give Itgnl-temle- r quality to the mono, but they itiilld tint give purchasing power to It 1'rom dnv to day It wns Issued, until finally It all dlsippeireil as utterl Not a single franc of it was worthies I'vtr paid or reiliemul, and llie ptople who had parted with their property for It were remlend piupirs. Their property was gone nml the mono they liiil reieived was valueless. And Shall this be n lesson to us? can we contempt Me the prolnhlllty of putting Inlo power a 1'rosldint of the I'liited States a man who bold suih views? In my humble opinion there h lint olio wii to bring us luck to prosperity and to the path of progress, and that I to n turn to the sjstim cf ndminls trillion which his been of such gnat beuellt to us In the put. and In follow In that path, to follow the limp of experience. To tlo that every true, honest Amir loan citiieii. without distinction of pirty, should unite In tills nltemnt nt restoration, nnd should by nn overwhelming majority slump out now and forever the heresy ami the folly of n cheap and tmm i 1 iii! ifiL tx if " JK2 m Kim GET A fXMGJ MWttS&lil jUM' i fREE SILVER . SPecrAct.es Dotmiir pm?" J.-,- -,1. ,. - " f - Ar Ir) IB ftSib KlX, g)l 10r. ooi's nn Congress, Iirynnt " Tliorc, sirt guzc nt tiny abjvot, your Inrgc nfrnln, cfoosi't It?" Undo tsmm " Alnybo, hut It doesn't trojri xiny lianvlcr." doe-un- r ii ui ;i ii li'l J which miy be intended to be a conservn the bod), tiny be n revolutionary body we tnlce comfort In the fact Hint wo car. rel) upon the patriotism, upon Hie wis-donml upon the fearlessness of the Judiciary. (Applause.) The mnn who makes It his business In public or private life In destroy the confidence of the people In the Judiciary I n public enemy. (Applause.) It I n cowardly thing to do. It is the next mennest tiling to whispering something nbout the character of n woman; and nothing nn earth can be meaner than that. (Applause.) It I the next thing to It, to pass unfriendly comment nml Impeachment upon judges, nnd the Integrity of their purposes; because a Judge cannot come down from tlio bench nnd resent nn Insult like Hint. I say Hie people In thl election ought to see to It that no President is elected upon n platform which, cnlmly propose, by unmistakable suggestion, to make the Supremo court of the United State, nnd other courts in our s)stem, the mere foot hall of politics, the mere tool of passions. (Applause.) "I think Mr. itrynn thus fnr In hi talks and ho sa)s, I understand, Hint he never soon n crowd without wanting to talk to It and I sympathize with him a little In Hint respect: I used to feel that jvny myself (lnugliter), but It was when I wn n good deal joungcr than I nm now, nml didn't know n grent denl; when I wns nbout .'1(1 )cnrs old (laugh-tei- ), although I never expect to know ns much ns I thought I knew then (laughter) .Mr. Urjnn In hi speeches linn not much to say nbout this packing of the Supremo court, but It is in their platform. That fact Itself Is another reason which justifies the Democrats of character nml respectability In n revolt ngalnst Hie nomination made and platform promulgnlcd at Chicago." thi; linosTiit Come, 111: worn: ) us ins hat. I WU V Tor instance; it pause for a while In your play. And put down your bill and your bat.' Attend to me well While a story I tell Of n man. who wns teuiptiil to stray. Anil the rooster he wore on Ids" hat. ' This man was a laborer skilled, My boy. Contented nml linppy thereat; Tor Ids Job was sootire. And til wages were sure, nut Ids heart with a longing was filled, .My boy, I or a rooster to wear on hi bat, Ono day somo demagogues came, 'y boy, (1 or demagogue rend Democrat), Anil spouted nnd brayed In bolinlf of tree trade. Till they set nil Ids fancy aflame. My boy, I or a rooster to pin 00 his hat. Ho whooped like an Imbecile loon. My boy, lor a candidate fussy and fat. Whose Inflated renown Soon eollipseil and cnnie down; And It felt llko a punctured balloon, 5,y boy. On the rooster that sat on tho bat. Chicago Inter Ocean. enn you go, thus fir and no further, us hid down in this written nt. We named an olllcer to execute the laws, called the President, conferring upon lilra icrtaln powers to execute nnd carry out the provisions of Congress Ills powir were conferred nnd limited by the written constitution; It had never been done before. What theuV Still n further thick in thl new experiment To wliil trihuial or what umpire shal It lie referred to decide upon the quetIot whether Congres goe beyond its written lleciiM' iimier this constitution of the United States, nml to what umpire shall It be referred if the President shnll go JK)oml the powers conferred upon him t tins constitution ot me unueu llrjnn nsinii Oialor. nsTAMtOOK IIRMIY I) 1 If w Hi prosperity In erery part of the .Inckson could execute the law for the collection of tariff, this high protective in execute the Assnp.li on tlio National Govern- - tnrlff, nndof toSouth Cnrolini.tariff liwenn Thnt the stnte limit, vicition declared thnt the federal through its Provident, had no DON M. IIICKI.N80X power to execute thnt federal law In that Let us see what confronts us, What state without the leave of the govern-m- i Is this frie gen eminent tint we heaf nt of South Carolina, about Iroui the roslium only occasionWhat did Jackson do? These people ally on the fourth of Jul) mid gala call themselves Jntksonlmi Democrats, Hut n wortl nbout Ihi fundi tl.i.isV I hak bv the card. Ilefore the Up o (u, estab- and mental expression. 1KRJ, Jackson Ocn lishment of the American go eminent, latter end of In toinmnnd oforderedUnited the gou iiiniont hid failed on the fate of Seott, then Stntes nrtnles. to establish his milltnr) the earth foi the object for which gov headquarters In the capital of South CarcintucntK nre fount el. ) the first place. The thcoiy I that tills Is the best olina.theIn same tiny he ordered(A)iiliiut On tin two government nml the only free governmost powerful ships In the American ment width nchleves fur the people nnvy Next he orthe Inrgest nmoitiit of linpniness. com dered to Charlestonofhnrbof. United Stntes the the troops fort nud prosperity for the greatest available on the Atlantic' const to Now. they hud tried emper number. of within legitla-tlonbsolute nt. lodgingI'Mitttlou ofpower of mid nil South Carolina, striking distance he (Applause.) Ami laws, the bv judgment upon lawn In one man, nml sent word to John C. Calhoun, notHie) were oppressed public pioclainatlon, but in private it failed, the people had bun good friends befoie, lie still ami made serfs. They tried then n gentrnmont of innii) mm. "You tell John C. Calhoun that If he for the purposes for which I' persists in this treiouable ndilce to his It fnllid wns founded; so that nil nionariliy and stnte. In the Uternnl, I will sai htm all s) stems nml every republic In tit' higher than Hainan. (Laughter and nppl line.) world hud fulled when our fnlioi formed the United States of Ameiiin and gave us n place in the family o Xo New Scptlnual Ihkuo will bo Tol- nations. (Applause.) What was the peculiar part of the rrntril. government which promises porimiiienc), Br.NATOIt TIHIIISTON. which promises n republican nr demo My fellow citizens, there nre other ren- crntlc form of government, tint could It wns this; Wo established a cu )tt why the lojnl pcoile of this live? legislature to mnke laws, a conguss; wt country 11011111 ttntul togctliet nt this time. Senator Tillmjii c( South Cniu- limited the powers of that legislature b u written constitution thus far, Mr. llnn, ilinlririin ot the coir'llteu 011 rto- - does not smoke or ilievv, drink or swear, steal or gamble In short, he has not single redeeming vice that I know of, iiiiles It mlcht be hint: and even there I have had spell of thinking he believes himself. Morton r, Mr. llrjnn is a man of rare eloquence, although anyone rending hi speeches would be pardoned for to Ilcdiiccd doubting the assertion. iiihl t)lH his words become mere rant while those self same and iKimbist, words, spoken In Ilrjnu's voice a voice ns mollitluous its the sweetest pine In jonder organ would stir your heart, Just as would the voice of n grent singer, by the very qunlity of tone. Add to this n handsome, graceful presence nnd n lire nml energy of notion, nml you can Imagine that It mutters very little to Mr, Hryan's audience what Mr. Ilryan si)s, so long ns lie keep on s lying It. The tnistnke he tnnde in Mndison Square gnrdeif wn In the attempt to He ought never to do t nn t, for the divine attribute of reason was left out of his mental makeup. lint, my friends, (here I not a word in this ineomlum which would not with npply equal truth and nppropriiteue to .another fntnou Nebraskun, whoe ex- are inseparably linked with the filolts of Omaha; whose Inblts are ns regulir ns the suit, whose character Is ns impeccable ns ltrjnn's own, whose presence Is just ns hnndsnme, whose powers of speich were formerly just ns great nnd hive wrought tunny nn audi-nic- e to tenr, to liughter nnd to frenzy; n man who, like Itrynn. wns of n talking devil, and who today, in Madison squire, Niw York that bourne from which no Nobraskan teems ever to return is feeding breadcrumbs to the sparrows. That man Is Cenrge Trancls Train. Ami it must be romem-bcie- d thnt Mr. Train once ran for the prisldeney. just ns Mr. Itrynn I doing, on n ticket of hi own. I siy that the ticket ou wlikh Mr. Itrvnii I running I fur the presidency essentially his own, nlthoiigli two other gentlemen linvo In connection bein casual!) mintloncil with It one trjlnu to get off ami the other tr)liiR to get on. Here, you is n sort of political lereliu. with not the best of fee line between the en nine collateral. Mr. Ur)nus picdlca-incu- t is not without enibnritissincnt. lie must ficl ns bow lldi red with these two appendages ns the proverbial cat with a like number of tail. He has probibly tirevalled upon Mr. Sew nil to stay where he Is, whereas Tom Wntson wants to know. He wants to know whole he is "at." He wants to know whether he is n candidate for tlio or only n vermiform npptndlx Itut Mr. Itrynn I know- - somewhat, nnd find in his habits of life many thing a man of undoubted to nilmirc. He talent, n tnlent for the stage, perhap. than for slntecrnft. He Is a kind rather husband mid nn indulgent father. He We hid created a congress Independent of the President: we hid creited n President independent of tlio congress, within the powers conferred by the written instrument. Then the father decided tint another check was nccessnryi this President nnd this Congres, that wc have set up, may go the way of the French republic, or the Itoman republic, nnd of other systems of government tint hnve been formed; even with n written constitution they miy ngree upon a certnin construction. Wo will set up here a tribunal, fur removed from political contest, the Supreme court of the United Slnlcs with power to say to the public the representative of the state and the Scnnte: "Thus far shall you go In dealing with the rights of the people, thus far and no farther, and we link! that you are forbidden to do these thing by this constitution of the United They said further that the President, occup)lng the olllce of the greatest potentate on enrth, with these great powers conferred upon him. he may transgress this constitution of the United States, nnd there Is no power to interfere with him ns it stand", except by way of Impeachment before the Senitc, and If the Senate nnd the President ngree, tint power would be futile, so that we will name this great tribunal, fur nwny from partisan politics, far away from the pissions of elections, far nway from the dlclitlon of party convention, and the decision of this tribunal a to whnt miy be done, or what may not lie done, by the President or the Congress of the United States, that decision State? State." (Applause.) h.irnrds. '(Appliuse) We find Congress providing, nn between the stntes, that tlio President shall rxecute the liw regirdlnir the free of freight nml merchinillse from Wo find this jiower state to state and find in the declaration of the Tarty platforms mule at Chicago a statement in effect thnt Jhe President of the United Stntes cannot execute the federal laws; cannot exetule the power conferred upon him by Congress and the Constitution of the United Stntes, except by lenve of the governor of the state (ipplansc), and this Is declired. fellow citizens mark it well thi Is dechred by n .body of people that came together nt Chicago and declared that they were J.ieksonlm Democrats. (Laughter.) Why, gentlemen, In IKK. John C. Calhoun udvlsed that n convention gather In the state of South Carolina to consider the qucBtlou whether President trim-missio- n shall be final and binding on all the (Appeople of the United State. plause.) In the Now, what lnvc we today? first place, we have this extraordinary We find the power proposition made. conferred upon the President of the United States to execute the hws of Congress In these two things; we find tint by the law of Congres the President must see to it that the malls of the beUnited States, the communications tween our comniertl.ll People, shall be opcu; thnt the mails shall go at all kept lutions, who represents neither the old heroic South of Lee nnd Cordon mid 1'utkncr nnd Hampton, nor the new South of enterprise and euerg) nnd nttiv-l- t nnd Increasing lnmiufneture, stood up in the Chicago convention anil proclaimed a now sectional Issue, the South and the West against the North and the ' fast. A new sectional Issue between the North mid the South! Why, Cod forbid! Illinois sent out the flower of her mm- hood to the nation's battlefield under (irnut and Logan ami Oglesby and I'.ilm-t- r to put nil end to sectionalism between the North nnd the South forever. Illinois gave Lincoln to the restoration of the Union, that in hi hallow oil memory the hi arts of all the people might grow together in close and lasting friendship. Mv fnther went out under Wisconsin's flag, and gave hi life that there should bo nud should remain a united people. I hare crossed the old Mason and Dixon's line. Two weeks ago I went from Washington to ltlchmond in four hours It took some of )ou four year to make the same journey. 1 have tlasicd In right good fellowship the hands of the men who fought upon the othtr side. The heroes of that great war South nnd North will never again .nlit in another sectional strife. I It doe not matter whether the Amerl- em tradle I rocked to the musle of Ynnkte Doodle or the lullaby of Dixie. If the flag of the nation is disphyed above It; and the American baby can be sjfel) trusted to pull about the Hoar the rust) scnbbinl nnd the battered canteen, whether the Inheritance be from blue or gra). if, from the breast of n true mother and the lips of n brave fnther. its little soul filled with the glory of the American constellation. A new Issue be'ween the West and the Unst! why, Ood forbid! I am n part of that mighty West. I know its brarc, enterprising, pioneer people. I have seen them rescue the wilderness and convert It into a garden. The) have been greatly nldcd by the of the Kasr, by the use of money which represents the accumulated savings of two centuries nnd a half of Hast-tr- n thrift. The great West cannot live and thrive without tho cordial co operation ind support of tho strong Kast. and the Hast emmot live nnd grow nnd thrive ns it ought nnd should without tho cor- dill co operation, friendship nnt support of the mighty West. United, we arc 11 nitiiin powerful for the welfare of all sectnns; divided, we are at the begin, nlng of the downfall of the republic, N'tbraska put one star in the nzure of the flag, nnd Illinois put another, but when they took their places in the llig Hie) were no longer the stars of Illinois mid Nebraska, but (he star of the greatest nation of llie earth, shining for tlio wilfire and protection of every sictloi ' and all the people. they went on, I think, to tlio mnount of and finally the whole eollipseil. The government would nnt take tliein, the piper became absolutely worthies, nnd when Hint paper became worthies It was found, nut in the hand of the speculator; no, It wa found In the hind of the ninnu-fatttirc- r. of the ISuslue men, of the workingnien of Prance. It wns on them tint the los fell, because they had their labor and their earning for this worthless piper. Tint Is the history of all attempts to Juggle with the currencv. The lo lands nlnays in the nime plate, and we ran form no exception to the grent natural laws. $8,000,000,0110. structure ,n II11M0 Currency, HI.ACK, CANDIDATE FOrt OOVEUNOIt Or NEW YOItK "No man's labor of yesterday or last yeir can be preserved, except hy some rt n tentative or token of it, and money is the almost universally adopted agent fur that purpose. Nothing In the world should be so nnxious ns labor that (ho Inkiu which represents It should be tin-- v ir) lug and reliable. Who can pr - m until tomorrow-- the labor of toil i)' It cannot be done, and the only 1111.1m of si airing Its benefits. Is to and preserve some token which hill stand in Its stead nnd which mnv lie used ns future needs ma) require. And further on the speaker said: "If n nun Is robbed, It is n crime mul he may redress. Inn' If n Innk foil and piys I1I111 only r3 cents on Hie dollar, it I a IntCRrltj- - oftlro Courts. iiilsfoituiie, and he is not jet without hop uf recovery, JOHN C. HI'OONEn. lint If he votes nway 4.7 touts of every dollar. It Is hi own "There Is another proposition In that fan!', and he has nothing to condemn platform which ought to fclrike terror to but his own folly, which will remain the heart of ever) good citizen, whatwith him much longer than his money." ever hi political alhllutlons heretofore mil) have been, and thnt Is the proposition which even shocked Dnv Id llounett l'.fTect of Inflation. Hill (liughter), whom I nm faintly hoping will come out after 11 little for sound SENATOIt LOIK1E. Is tho suggestion that WMI, It is easy to murk up prices. A money, mid thatSupreme court of the whenever tlV 111.111 inu go over his stock of goods In United Stntes, In theexercUeof the Juristin morning nud uinrlt the in up with a diction vested in that tribunal by the conbin- - pencil: but jou tauiint go over the stitution, renders n decision which 3. uli us mul the wages of this country nut ngri cable to Congress, Hiej shall wnli blue pencil lu the morning and prntttd to pack thnt court In some wn.v 111 " them up. with Judges who will reverse It, nnd who )i ring our war, when we hnd nn will be more complaisant. You recollect, currency nml prices rose, the nvcr-uladies nnd gvntlcmin. Hint the Supreme price of commodities 1 roi" fell per court of the United Stntes Is created by cud labor rose about 10 pir cent, the couMltution. There nre three sub'llur was 11 net loss to I ibor of nbout divisions ot our government, eutli IndeSO pr cent., a net reduction of wages to The oxocullvi pendent of the otlur. tint extent. Labor alwn)n. In case of the legislative nnd the Judiciary, The iriclutod currency, lies behind oth- Supruie court of the United Slates ha, er yiocs. It is Inevitable; nil history bun. from the beginning, an honor lu nud ill experience khows it. The) trletl this tountr); and Its lino of decisions, it i I mine In the Inst century, lhey the gnat men who have boon nisi 11 Hint "l-- iiiuaiinii 01 ine curicmy in tne bench shedding luster upon our jiirlsurti irn use jou renu the history ot deuce nisi upon the jurisprudence of tint Period; jou find in Hie debates of tlw world, have abundantly vindicated ri ncli convention nt the time of the tin the wl'doni of the framcrs of the creatine It, lln lutloii which resembled 11 good constitution lu In providing in making It d, In ninny respects, for the Indeat perpetual and igo-)- ou pendent mul fonrliHs action by reason of snld-- " It constntitl) Hi an, nml b0 Kr,.t. Prone Is so powerful, llm life 11 mire of Iw judge. like tu n iillized,of so free. Hint she can rain. "I do notJiu'gok. lienr men enst suspl-ilo-Isii Our Inst reliance upon tin price money, can maintain the In-ytem shn wiims."she in And the) lsued lu the Intigr!), the iiiurnge nnd lien the pcndi me ot our Judltlar). tl J f'lgnntvbnkee) on the public land, s.wu)cd by passion. when Con-itrtt' " wiih Inn'il behind them nil; they pi uplt me (win- not merely irredeemable uiaj go wrong, when the Semite, piper; t'KAMC S Labor Ncccta nn UiivnrviiiR nml lie- - Willi tlio Notional Credit. ciiAUNCEY nni'nw. "Bryan and Seivall and Watson proclaim a revolution. These jugglers w Itli the 111tion.1l faith and national credit, with business and prosperity, with labor and cmplojnient, are recklessly endeavoring to precipitate one of those crises in which capital and labor and home and wages arc inextricably involved. The right of revolution Is divine, but it must have supreme justification. Under our constitutions and Institutions and hws as they exist there in before us in the promise of the Popullstlc leaders nothing but nn invitation to embark upon Hint sei of repudiation and dishonor which In wrecked every nation nnd every people that ever embarked upon It. Thi revolution promises to destroy the Supreme court, to prevent the Issue of bond and the use of the credit of the country for nny purpose, to debase the currency, to Issue, if need he, Irredeemable piper nnd fiat money, and to destroy the validity nnd the Inviolability of contracts between individuals. It proposes to seize the railways and the telegraph, to enter upon n vagio and vast system of paternnl government and to destroy those elements of American liberty by which the government govern least and the Individual has unlimited opportunity for Industrial business, professional and political honors and emoluments. "No one ban ever doubted the wisdom of the fathers of our republic. A century of experiment has abundantly and overwhelmingly justified their foresight, statesmanship and patriotism. iney saw me norrors 01 tne i'rPr,cri revolution, nnd they mndo nn their minds to guard their country ngalnst the ex mauness. cesses or temporary iney created the executive and the legislative hranthes of the government and made them subject to frequent submission to the will and judgment of the people, but they enacted a written constitution under which the executive nnd the legislative branches must net, nnd then they crented Hint new fenture of government, that palladium of the rights of the people and the permanence of our institution, an Independent judiciary, n court which could say to a wild Congress: 'You hive overleaped the boundaries of the constitution and jou must bring vourselves within Its limits. They knew from Hie precedents of liberty behind them tint the judiciary can always be trusted. There are two place under our constitution wlure neither wealth nor power gives any advantage to the individuil. where the richest nnd the poorest, the most exalted nnd the humblest stand on the same plane; one I the billot box and the other the court. And jet thl Democratic unci Poliullstic alliance proposes to destroy tins mi jostle tribunal and make It simply tlio echo of the pirty caucus which controls Congress this )car and may be driven Into obscurity next." Jugglers float In the soup. '" Along with the bill they begat. The cuckoos all sigh vanishing pie: l'or their And the rooster Is sick with the roup. My boy. Poor rooster that rode on the hat. Now his partisans ' And poverty sits In the seat, Where competence formerly sit. And the laboring man, Through this fatuous plan. Is now left with nothing to cat. My boy. Uut tho rooster he wore on his hat. Then tako waraln? and nbver forget. Tree traders are blind as a bat. Their promise of good Is adversity's food. And tho laborer long will regret, My boy, Tho rooster he- vrorp on his hat. Indianapolis Journal- AIJOU IIII.I, IIKVAX. Abou mil Ilryan, may Us tribe decrease! Awoke ono night from a deep dream of And saw within the moonlight of his room. Making It rich and silver-lik- e In bloom. An angel writing In a book of gold; Exceeding gall had made mil ilryan- bold. Anil to the presence In the room he said: peace; "What wrltest thou!" The vision raised Its head. And, with a look of what ho might expect. Answered, "Their names who'll get It lathe neck " "And am I one?"' asked Abou. "I don't know," Replied the angel. Abou spoke raoro low, Uut cheerily still, and said, "I pray thee, Write me ns one not IIaIiIa ta err." Tho angel wrote and vanished. The next night It came again with a great November light. And showed the names o( those knocked galley. nest: And lot Dill Uryan's name led all tho restt Lincoln (Neb ) Nnws. Blr, comi: iionir. 'Trnm Thomas Watson."' O! nryan, dear Ilryan, como home with me now. The pops arc all ready to run: You said you. were coming right beak to the ratte. As soon ns your talking was done. Couio home, como home, Bryan, dear Itryao, c time home. Poor Altgeld Is dying and Boles has gone flat. Doa't talk any more, but come home, O! Bryan, dear Ilryan, como homo with, mo free silver's all right (for tho heathen), that's so. Hut you can't stuff It down a free man. Come Inline, como home, Ilryan, dear Ilryan, come That now. Why don't you como home whlto you can? home. McKinley Is ready to give yon a blow. will knock you qulto flat, so como home. Lincoln (Neb,) Call. CAMPAIGN- NOTES. - Is. the story truo that thoiisin'I) of laboring men arc wearing McIClnler button who Intend to vote for itrynn? We rather guess not. Tho laboring man Is not that sort of n hypocrite, if we correctly estimate him, nnd it I an. insult to him- - to nay otherwise. Mr. McKinley said: "Good money lifter mado hard times." Mr. ltrriin snidr "'Money cmi be too good," Will the people of thl country have dllltculty in determining which Is right? Among tho best speeches- being mado In- - thl campaign nre tlicuo coming from porch nt Canton. thnt Iittlo two-sror- y It requires no argument to ei why rtry an and his followers do not want to talu. about prorrctlon. It is the mills anil nnt tbe mints Hint millions of workers vvanr opened. Stop, the wheels In the bond nnd let the wheels. In Hie iiinchiuc shops go arouuil. The most pressing money question Is that of wagvs for Hie ixvplo uud n rev entic for It government. Ilr)nn Is. now being collet the business-kille- r. lie mcnuilvra through tho Hast making silver sneeehea and the mills nii'l , factories, close in Ills wnke. After rending Hryan's wool recori? In Congrck the farmer who votes for him must Oilier have a forgiving disposition or In his wits be on the wrong ldo ot the non compos mentis boundary line, A farmer's Illustration of the sliver dollar Is Hint It would be like olfc.r-in- ifor sale a calf labeled "This la twins," mid demanding double prico for And still some people pretend lo II. think that farmers are not Vfltchlux pub;, lie affairs. fc V Campbellsville, Oct. 30 1:30 p. ru. nail" up your whole ivitem with Do I VVUVtV L. D.'MI lawwe re canmuiuea iurjjiiu, Aud rnonte a tnousanu vuica, ane um, 1U - VH. "u" "' - """""B-mc- n in tills country I -- Mfc :.miBSiag , - L.,,li2JL"e.MWoiis Sennit ,1.1. -- ..... ... times." , We ore 1.' - ... ipuwiiiV6t;i6roun. rental WvJklL ..., J.. ' your , -- - isa0Ii1LC"0,'aU rU ji . ta r'th'ncarV 1.. I tloiiT Canttirnl i'c'atlc:,n 1. P'elt Ifvou h....-- -. Nathaniel McKay Tells of His Tour Through British Manufac- turing Oentore. PEEP AT POVERTY IN LONDON, Working Women at Maiculine Labor Stern Facts for Our Wago Carriers. Free-trad- e llritlsh empire liniwlthstuiidinir the u tluctinu of tin- - Ainorlctiii turlff, which lieneliis the Liigllsh iniimifiiiturer. lint tine not roach the P.rltMi uoikinan. Knglmid for Illicit stars ago 1 nl the purpose of study lux the condition of slniery Mill exists In flic ' Tlil "court" xms horseshoe pattern lo nianiifiutiire your gtsiil mid ''ll'ly our own people f" mil contained It houses 18 dwellings Ti on inn' side mill 4 1111 tin- - other, mid lll answer in: "We want "" v these throe closets were nil there was lenu ni.li ket. It Is the grcittt uunn In the world mid during Hit """ ''"' for this whole "lourt." rH MeKlnley hill win a law our '""' Hoard iiikI Lodging, , were ipiite paraljc'l . Tlie" hovels nre Inspected by the po1" '" "'' There win exported Iroiii in the Imll of lice. I found n during the l.iot nine iiiniitli "I '.'" Z INI'l. mill 0110 of tliom tlntt'il Mnrth "J. KMI ( the slgiuil "A. T. Wood, chief polite super- Istelite ofgood". MfKllih.t lin "in intendent." Those certificates ore signed worth of lo Scpti-nib- i Thisr was '"" " ::o. 1. 1MU. nt Ills oilier, nnd prubAbly he noior vistho torrospniidlng H'iiitl ! il" f' " ",MB its tin1 places. " jenr ifrom .liinuiuy I. IV'. HM- -.Na ',''!", 111" breakOlio 111:111 told 1110 lie lincl for nil. tier .'ill. INI.".!, fast lironil and tintlrr mid toil no ment the eport fnununder the iniimii''1 ' ,'" llrmlfonl nnd for his dinner bread nnd Imcon. ?I,I7I.(HKI. I'lie tlini". n urn-l- i "i"ler Imt nii'iit wns n luxury lie could not M. h'liojr the hill n limit r TIip tenants Hocked nroiind me by Mil. Wiltontotal exports for the n n l tin The tin- - dozen in Miller's lourt. I would from llriiilftinl iiinoiiiitnl to -- . Inn 0 lioi'ii clad to lime taken some pho- 'lhise exports iixliide llnrlt " m"i scenes nnd "uuiiti," hut ct'isiM dilell.v nf .ml . lutl'iii-to- n ot tographs of tin-sImt tlie weather wiib ton cloudy for liny I. mo'1 goods, iron nnd tt sif, satisfactory results. hosiery, stuffed goods, mi-t- il I passed from this court to another, jnrns, silk", etc. ' nnd. going to 11 door, 1 ashed, "Wlint nt .Mr. .Meek, r. fiiltetl St m dn .ion do for n llvIngV" The uiiiii there ltradfonl. furni-he- d me il-- e -- m le, answered. "I take In lodgiis. wlileh Were tnktti from In- - nieil- - t I Ik. 1 ourponeo What do ou charger state department. (S cent) per night or scicnponco - In (II We luiiuilfiutlire sinnlir icnts) n louple." (The lint 11 snw there ni.trl,.n Imt am . i. ..nut il ll. iOtl were twii of us.) the hill i' hale linn t'tpimd l'jisxliijj on, wo mine to the largest of ftariff Im iitt tn iii'iiiiifiKture ilm. . i"l the Its kind, loiitulniiig ,'K)." bed. (In the llltllll) Will, ll shollld llllM' lull JO W our own working nople In- - isto the Inhoruig penp ot (In.i. '.' ' iln. - I v. n.iOur clilmiieiH liax while theirs are in ri.ll hi i working I'tHiiile are Idle iml '' . .i' of n living on iieioiiut i'l tin- - mi'iii" ii, frit' I nule. W ilsoii tin ill. Htislnr-- s UirHes in lllritiiii!.)' nil. f i rttr. 1 left llrailford on Augu-- t mil inlugliaui, iiising tlin'ii.'li I ' -- ti arc Id, whose iron mid I '(.ex. Not oiil in In full lila-- t. In- but .ill oier I'li.'lanil, iln- - lim And !" i ' rleti tlustn Is iter are riiuuiiig full thin1, ami '" the part of their .rodin t rks L uited Staus. And wlnl Hi. i, I!l li"'V ii ''' 'r. ')r two) and he told me It wns his wife, Who vn xery sick. All nroiind were lgm of poverty. It was not lit for human beings. It made me chill with P'ty tin I looked on this terrible scene. Doing through u little court nUmt 11K Id feet, in the rear of this house, 1 eiime to the shop where one of his daughters inn ken chain with another woman. I nsked her name nnd she told me Clnrn lloxley. Her age Is i!J years. Wie has been making clmln fur fne years ami receives from $1.7." to n week for her work. She ninki-- s three-eighth- s Inch clmln nnd is (mid SI.ik: for 11- iMiutiils. Pur bre.ikfnst she has bread and butter nnd ten nnd sometimes n piece of bacon. She told me she worked from 7 o'clock In the morning until 7 In the exenlug; that the only reason she stnld there was because she could not sale enough money to pay her fare nwnr frtuu the town. lhe luilldings bitik as if they had stood for centuries, nnd ns I passed ilinnish the little court lending into the house and which Is walled on eicrj side by houses I couuteil fifteen little ehlldrell from '2 to (1 jears of age plajlng In nil the filth that toiild sur round a blacksmith shop in this Acnivt the nlley was miuther shop when siiolhtr daughter was making chain. She Is married, has one child ami makes SiHS iter week. She hns been making ilinin for twenty yenrit. Inning commentssl when she wa - years old. Her d. n chain-mnke- r also, eiirns from :t lo Sl.r( n XMt'k. distinct goierinnelits. One imuper to el cry fl" persons. Tncnly-righ- t paupers to eiery 1IXI persons. to nialutnln these paupers annually J.'T.SV.'.tT.i Col in tii.il IK n ci lhe iilireii and lhe royal riinllr ?J,ti,7"0 Cost tn maintain the president JxS.imhi and his secretaries The population of lhe British empire, Including In, Iln mid the colonies, There are fill colonies iml 1(1 Cost I.lfn In l.nittloll. I nrrlved In London August "S, nnd I made a visit to Wliltechapel. rlslled I n lotlglng house on Osborne street. nsked for the proprietor and was Introduced to lilm. They call him "the to disllngulsh him froui other membershlii tit l.DI.'UKMI (Inken from reSeveral port of Utilise of Ciiiiiiiioiis). of these societies .lie located in London nnd Include some of lhe trades eiiiiiner- The sm ielles ll led in the Iloolh table. control tlie wages of tlitJr various trades, were It not for the stand they take and their wage would be reduced by the mauufiii Hirer tn u lower standard than thev are nt present, uhlih Is less than ene'-hnlf of what Is paid in Aim ilea. Higher Wages III Aim I ltd. Our last lensus resirt of IS',10 gave people fiupln.ictl In us l,7l-'.ir- j". tlie niernge early earning of pcrmm being JflhS. The niemge iu each There nre filll frlendlv societies of trades unions in (Irent llrltniu with n Mrs. I'olly Powkes has four tlnugli ters making ch-ilShe Is M jeirs old mid has mude chain sline she was 7 ears of nge, but is now too old to work J at It nny more. Kacli ol the daughter-mnke- s from Sl.L'H to l.ril i r wts-lliey live In a little old lioue. with tone lloorlng. Here they issik mid eat mitt Ue In the snme room all huddled together. The girls are xerj sniiirt m the forge. 1 set the gills to work in HauRlitctiorMn. KoMLtsi, gf a day f 1Vwi'r-S7.4- cUlunialrmuri ru'lltt llonlh. miliil.1- -l IS'JtJ. Taken Auiiu X. Ly ,'Oa S. McKay. wek. WurL Irn hours ChaluinnLcrsofCradley Itcnth earning from SI TuLeu Augiitt J", 20 by N. McKay. l.M per week, working ten hounperday, floor of this lodgliighousc is n huge room for the men to sit in. The kitchen below contained a large dosed cooking range, which was red hot, and the odor of the cooking going on made It make another imeMlgntlon. I nniieil anything but euilable to be ill. The lodgin Manchester on August I'd mid there ers all cook for them-cliand have n began my where 1 found variety of things to took and. the are than I li.ul eicr been not i cry particular as to how many mole tilings nre cooked together iu the iu any other city. same pot. We went upstairs and snw The if 3tilliclipsttr. :!l." beils, which are let at three differStniiiling, looking up Angel meadow, ent prices (. S nnd IU cents per night. n graieynrd on the left and behind one The t lodger has u place liu.irtli.il of the worst "courts" in ( treat Britain, off to himself no water, no towel. public houses of course, and nil around XVrnltli unil 1'ollTtj 3Ilxril. a population struggling iu the ocean of moiul ami social degradation. It has Mnnchfst.-rwith her .".00,000 populabeen culled the "cesspool of Manchcs. tion, bonsts of her wealth and manufactci." Its history is n history of dirt, turing resources and one would suppo-- c vile crime, drunkenness, riot, cruelty that all of the people alike Hied Iu mid robbery. The houses nre low anil but to examine Into the . emt dilapidated, mid many are illl.iinoiis I lind quite the reiti-ses holes, miientil.ited. iindrained, corrupt, of these people live on alcohol. reeking with smells, utteily Infamous When they earn any money, it goes for mid sickening both to body mid mind alcohol chielly. nil this within n few mlnutis' wnlk of Coming h.uk to my hotel, the Queen's, lhe Queen's hotel, the Exchange mid facing one of the finest streets In railway Minimis. Is the Itny.il infirmary, all along Then, ate Kons of rooms furnished the fiont of whbli there are seats which the working people and coniinring their xvnges with those of Americans, l'our J cars ago I made n hecoiid licit for the same purpo-- e and on August IL. lS'.HI, I left New York, for the third time, to ground ill IciARK-xrtS- p L 811 ' ' -- tf ttptil" . rTtTJ7 ' - n Kuilly l'Hroii!. ion IJ. rrmlh'V Hi ', tn .30TMrarhalnniaker. Wor! 'sv.tsirdayaiiil earns (2 1A u uivk The l.lill.in,.' - ir'ilacktmllh ihop. Taken Aut W. ISls,, by N. McKuj. men. His name Is Wildcmoiith. He lodges ;;;it persons in his house ixtry night. Hiil rooms nre (I by (1 feet ami he receiies ill cents ht nlglit for each of these rooms. 1 went from thereto Commercial street (in WhiteihiiiM'l) where I suw n place culled the Victoria home (kept In the same milliner as the one on Osborne street I, where the roomer iy from (! to IJ cents per night. Then I went through the thickest part of Whltts. Impel -- nil ulle culled Petticoat Inlie. The meat bunging iu the stores mid nu the sidt walks was so filthy thnt it sit kciictl i 'i mid 1 could nut tarn long enough to ei en ink the price of it. I asked the price uf herrings 1 tent ench. Ilrcod was 1 cent u loaf, and It was hnrd looking bread; isitHloes one-luil- f cent n pound; onions oue-linl- f lent n hiiiiii1; il pounds of carrots for - cents. Such u tilth; trading market would disgust n -tine TJie.t Im- - in tilth, breed In tilth iiid die iu tilth, knowing nothing else, tlir "I'litiuil Wiiril," 'liien I went to a public Institution known ns n casual ward, the same one I iisitnl eight years ago. I found it just as It was In lVvS. The keeper, or giinrdinii, told me this ward hnd been in existt me f-i- more than thirl) .leant ind that then- - were thirty sueli places iu London at present. These institutions are kept as public plates and are nully loorhoiisc. If a man lias no money, lie .nu go there nnd iiiil for admit la nee, If the ilaee Is not already width tilled. When receivetl. they nre kept iu confinement for two nights unil one day. our luiler-mukerour brick-hijerour boiler-sho- p r ll," moro; oui tent, lielers, ItlTi per cent more, our earpentt (on express trnius). Hill sr tvnt. more: our locomollie cnuiiieers. ltll ix-- r r cent, more; our imiIIcc. iiiUl will, more; our telegraph iienilors, Hk't per . ent. more; our train dlspau hers. :iH! mt it'iit. more, ami our common laborers, l.V s--r rent, tiinre. The difference ill all classes of labor is the aauie as these examples I mention. The engineers who run the fasti st pj. gel press trains on the road In Itua-lam-l but S10.MI H'r week for ten hours txr week or tiny. The firemen get Jfi.'.r.' 'r US cents per tin). The guards (who get wilh our conductors) correspond from Jl.SO to Jftt.71: ier week. The tr-ter- n them brnkeuieti) get $)-ll iwc of the ht xveek. This is a rumpleengineers pay in of Luglish labor. Our tniliw reieire Auurieii on the $.'ll.r0 per week, our conductors Jt5 We my more and our hrakemnn ild in Ifniland, than double the wajc higher and th where railroad fare is coal thenper than In Atnerloi. The following tnble of wnar-- s antwers nil tlie frtstnnlt fallacies of the Democratic urty and cmiiiioI bo tlisHittHl: I'liglmid for rarh person (taken from riHirts published by Parliament is alsmt S'JMi. n difference iu fuior of America of $'J0S tier cutiltif. Now there nrc thousands of ptsiple in Knglnutl who do not reeeiir one half this SUN). We pay our angle iron smiths ,"'t sr rent, inure titan thti are imUI iu Lnglai.d. our I black-sniilh- s, per cent, more; 17 per cent, more; l'JTi per cent, more; lllj r, Thou-sand- Leeds and ill Slielin Id nutiM. vwr. it ihH for the Wilson bill, be m nJi n, the United States, I spent a day in ISirmiiigh im hick g Is iiuuthtr thrliiug and piosp, ;. Here ,il- -. i1 center. ..sjple I ,1, .. are xerj desirous th.it i... made in the present Amitni. tarltf selicdule whith would rn-.il-t irvlug in them of our market fin ihtir . ..'- Tliu lirltl.li C'li.iln (, ii,- -. Aftir leailug liere 1 w.nt to Cndley Heatli aiiioiig tlie woiinii ih.iioi kern nnd women blm ksiuith- - to wt the misery tin-r.: whleh I hid In are running full time our Today the goods th.it are t - l 1' n itile. m.' n, ole Iu 3cMsJfesfMwrrt?'v,, "hoe Horn 1SSS i HIbbii Wo fKmsi - ; LAfe'j TaaiJir v ' ifll frHi.i-tX- Mlt ten W v One man, Willi im Iioxh . was ."IJ je.irs old and i.iiih day as ,i l.iliorer. win u In He lias file ihiughteis m! Three of this d.iiighti in i, ' mid one winks iu n hii k lultk. 1 went into his I, i. llooi was ,i louiu up lowt-- i thcie bv the thousands for n III lug ill old, low lug their houses. and Iu LS'.rj. h,., who louMi .. men Iwlu Jvlli- ' -- c ias-kT- ill: Llli uiiil"i Hit of Crmlley Heath. Ihc biclgrouml shmta on the left lira shopnud on lhe right the home Mio makes filll it week 'laki-- 4 L eS'- August ifi. IWS. by X McKay wiiii n mine, a cnair, a tn in; cal etl n bid and n few pots. These looms are n night lor two iililet fur IS fhv i'2 by 10 wliele people eat, cook I sleep, nnd some of these houses such u name toiild lie giieu to the lioiels I mn and in one I usked of a woman: "Do joii iciil llilsjr" "Ves," was the iTply. "What do you pay for It'j" "Four mid tl (S1.K) n week," "Iluie .ion the whole house?" "No, lr: only this loom." (Sle J J by 10.) "Do joii sleep in heie'j" "es. sir: we sleeps, eats', cooks and eici)tliiug Ktiilrs'" will let "ttiu lime "l.nu I them." Trade l'arnlls In llniilliiul, "Wlint tloes lie earn In n week?" At this 'jucstlou tin- woiiiau smiled, Leailug I visited nrn,. more, ford, which Is the largest woolen "Well. It depends sonietluies mid soinetimes less, One day pel haps a shilshoddy mniiiifatciirliig district In (lo. ling ('.'I cents), another tiny 1 and ll worm. I nine is paiulyzeil there as fur (.'ill i cuts) nnd so on." us United Slates shipments are conI should say liere thnt the agent finds cerned ut present, 'the the pots, iians. Ixsl nnd lire, siuh u are awaiting the election iiinnufaclurcis of the Presithey nre, for I will imt attempt to dedent of the Pulled Stales, to know scribe tlieni. 'Ilils I will say no dog whether lie will le u free trader or n of mine should ever be allowed to sleep The merchants nre ery much agitated on this niroiiiii inr tu.v emi ii what Is culled u bed Iu those places, The whole untllt wiih not worth 10 get but few orilcis fiom the uiiiliil ifl.ts, States. I ralil to one of theim "Vou linve now tlie whole llrlthh eniplrellu-cliullii"lime joii n back anl?" "No, sir." I ml I,'), witli a populuthui closet, IheiiV" "Where Is of a four 10 Thcie, sir," polulllig three ilotcts most :r0,MJD.iM)0 itmtriillt-.- l b," i.t lunjes I; ty, to sniply; why ar you in,t Mtlsiuti t. sliut. Mam-hcstcr- , iill." "Ilefore I uo up I would like to ask, My What do joii du for ii IlilugV IiiisImihI sells Miuilstolie, sand ami blue mole, or lie gilcs the stiuie and gets buiies or old iron fur IHgs, Isitth-s- , u loom nboie up the "So, sir; tlial'h another go tip?" "Ves, I dare suy he piu-li's- by poor people from the slums. I was Informed that many sat then- - the whole night, so I arose early the next morning mid went iuiuss to the scats mid found lh.it .'111. 12 of whom wen- - women, one with n ihlhl. had sat there nil night because they had not the necessary (I s for n bed. The trade of Manchester is xery miuh depressed nt present awaiting the prts. identl.il eleitioii iu Iln- - I'lilteil Stutt-w- . lhe iiicii limits of the I'nlttd .States making lery small purcluises now, me because they fcir a new tariff bill and because Ainericili consumption is lessened thioiigh lhe idleness uf tlie people unil their Inability In buy. The iiimiii- mi nut is mm suippci nere ilti not limit J,,!Virr','iV.,.,f''.il" ,1,t' 1,"l",,," '''"-rleaI'ey, would rather i.".r.lrr'xi" '. for I'lesiileiit ihnu llry-nfur If llryan Is ehtteil mid n sllu'r staiuhird dcclaied III the fnlted States they cmiiiot sell their goods m .,; AmeiUii Yet they despise MeKlnley ror, us the Loudon 'limes stated n U.ijs iign. "his Infamous t.irlll bill." lew are occupied A ,J- - lift U mjtn 3 tlie tunc lj )hti ork. ens. kcrs ts he a shop. They worked "0 me 11 wuuds of ilinin. L.iih pieic was mer two feet long, mid they worked liki beavers lo se who toiild miike the long wt plecr. They work ten hours a dai. I itnie them a shilling aplice when Ihci all came into lhe room, and I uskctl them how lung it would take to cam that amount. They replied. "It would take more than a day" (to earn -.- " cents. 1 thought. "Miserable Lnglnud!' Women Co ll Minor. I did not visit Wigan this time (.is I have dune twice before), but there is tin chuuge iu labor there; the puorlioues ivhlih I described nnd reproduced in 1S0J still stand. It is a pllllul sight to witness the poor women there, half stnricd and half ilud. wheeling ton I on tlie top of the jilts for the small pittance of 10 to SO cents fur ten hours' work. I reproduce here n cut of the shots lint are worn by tlie women in these ills, t riots, heavy clogs with big nails Iu the hot tout. The situation has not changed yet. As long ns there Is coal in the jilt there will bo women to wheel It. At out- - time this class lived and hnd their families ,'u the coal mines, but Parliament prohibited this, and now they do the wheeling on the top of tlie pits. With this (heap labor no wonder coal is cheap Iu this country. Tills eon I is used on the verj steamers and vessels which carry free trade labor product lo America to lonipeto with our labor mid mmiii the blacksmith minutes ami three-cightl- ;de Mrs ToMkes' daughters work ten houia sr day. enrn from ft Taken at Cmtllcy lluilh. Aiiklisl 20, IS'.C. 201 Ml per week. -. Ji r- -- .it the oxplrnllou of wldcli time they nre dsihnrg(d. Noboily is allowed to come to these iilates more than once u mouth, unil lie urn stay no longer than lhe time The ward I lisltnl actoiii uioikitid tifty-liimeii nnd thirty-twwomen. Tlie beds consist of n narrow of canvas strelthed like a hammock .trio fnctiircs. between two iron rods about a foot from Charles L. Snowden of Ilrnwnsville. Pa., writes me: "W e pay our miners 7(r the Moor. The iimllciiuts nrc admitted lime (cuts per ton. or J".bO pir 100 bushels after llI p, in. in tlie - summer time. mid p. iu. In tin- w Infer As (70 pounds to the bushel). One man tan after Ifill to L'OO bushels per day soon ns lliey are admitted they me giieu put fiom mid can earn from ?.'! to .?! daily. There a hath In one of the six hatha in the ward nnd their chillies nre fumigated Hid disinfected. After the bath they lime their siiprer of six ounces of hicoil mil a pint of gruel. Koi their bid they bicakfiist ire glicn thlce blankets, icu'lvc the same food ns for supiln per, Tor dinner, in nddltlon to tlie breiiil .iml srucl. Ihcy nre given Vj (unites of Tin- tntiil cost for cnrlng foi ehecse. of their 'hi so people during the oiifiuemelit. iniliidiug the lie niciils. Is I i cuts Clltll. Ailllte In My nth lee to fiery Amrrlcan.worklng-naI re , I1 i Is, ax I haie said befuie, to his own rights and the rights and rlllltgcs ol Ilia inuiiiy nun hoc io iui- ' I -- ?.. V- -" r low Ihc WDIIits, tries ami iiusciiooiis oi polillci.iu who seeks to 'he the liaie goods iniporlcd lulu ilieap United States which lire made by goods pauper can lie '.iltnr berause he thinks the sold cliciiper than if they were iiinile e o TAKI.N I'ltOM ni'l'KllAI. ROIIIICIiS. ? Per Week. if er s 5 i.i Bit if hvSti - n pro-u-- tt .mgie Inm siiiIUm. ,. . Itolleruiakers Ilhieksiiilllis Ililrkliiyi-r-s Ilollersuop helpers.., Culkers Carpeiilers, lioiise. ... Carpenters, ship Conductors, express. Dug, Cur drlit-rs- . 12 hrs.. .liner x ,. Liiglueers, limlon nail .Miruiiicatcrii n ml .Y V rireineii, Iloilcnrrlers Holders on. Isilh-- r ahups. joiners, nuuse, i,ivt-riiul.iilinri-rIu streets, f.on $13 I .Ml IHCU 27.1 I l.M fS.IC 11. 7.trj 12(11) H.III Ml 7.02 lll.rsl 2 1. HI 21 HI 2U.-I- 7.!: K.4III O.SH 1100 loos nt.no io so 17.10 r.!i2 tn M) AM in r.o nu i low 7.U2 fiee-trad- e in Amerlcii. "'' Ssry "W A i ct their rcit. --X iiuii 4 taken n, i ,, ,, i. stioulns how tho poor ll Hoar nnd nn imoiacc wltli ovens on eiiiii aide ami i eoul III the middle. It.uk ,, '"".Jo little lini-- for a waaliunu, H.,r Is loom for only one ii'ion. I I'" I rout .nam nil the imikiug i ,1,,,, I It I" i.l.ii used for t llvii n i.i .ilnlii.' I' i tail' Is n io, , onui. ' (v. I I , A i Mi iu:l. oi m- of t'le b.. ..Hi) ,irt i , time the wage innke from ix lo of lhe oor people nt Wlgnn. nnd then-nrnt wink wlicellns rn.il ' no iionieu the (Tiiilnl s Stnles. lo "'" llrltlsli Iluiplrs. I'liupi-rSipc'attoii of linnt Hrltnln and ,. lrl-n- are no ponrhouaes In Druwniville at.irlug working people In tlie face. The) tlu-s- Labor In London, The following statistics nre taken from totitli'H "Life and Labor of the Peoplo ,f London," showing the number uf pen- Ve emplojed iu tlie unions Hues In tho "ItV (II l.uiliiun. i...tinj II1.S7U HU.UI I .loot and alioi'iiiukers li.fc"? , 1.1,7111 i it.er aud iiillllut-rs..I7.:i2il SlilrlniHkera 11,71 5 ' Mochlnlits. ,., ni.:i7T Drapers) and hosiers Dti.fi.-ai'libinc'ii', co'atliiiifii, busmen, etc.'.'.'. aii.-n.Ullwu) nerilte, labor, etc la.JslU illllll'll. .. Dock sen Ire, labor, coil healers, ss.ini hoilrrs. g.isnoikerr. etc enenil lat'or, faelory labor t.l.IHK) .niliie tlrlu-r- and artisan ...l.'.'Oi; Tolnl ,v oilior iliisslllcil labor not In. 711,: laded auoie (Irani! total Iu f.oiulon, .l.'.llS.tW) with? If the wiiges of the American working-mare not reduced to the jdnnd.iril uf hnse Iu Ilnglaiid, unil the goods nre not unite In Ainerlcn. lie has mi money Hen punlinst' these (heap guilds wilh. ine ilepriicd of work, ti lieu- an- lliey to money to make their piircliuiss et Ihclr - n 11) .VI tlpn .' 7.20 'I.oiigshoreiut-ii- . V, N. tint Us 22 to 41k ner hr: Lomluli tloeka 12c per; , in 111 1)2 Xliichliilsts, (172 1st class. (1.72 Mnililulsta, 2d claas.. 12 Masons, N hours...., 27,1s) 11.10 111 Ml .Mohlers, Iron. ,, si.lt! 12.111 Piiliiters T.tU 21 ID 11.10 Plasterer Plumbers 2I.IKI Hill H.S.SI 121)1) Pinters t PrliilciH, Job. IX IK) 7.HJ! 2.X (W I'nUteiiirii iiiiii 27 no 11.71 I'aiers ll 1,.1) .711 MIT ,M .r.i Lit l. .:h 1.21 1.77 .311 drjirrs (sunn- - us nurse car ilruers) lino Tcltgrapli III 111 Klnge Ithrirers lllwtiT l.'l Ml 11)02 11.71 T.OS .11 oK'rutoru 20 Ihiglaml Aierogc Hrat year's service Aveiiige ten years' sen-let- - 0.M Ml .an l. ict LSI 1.88 7.1S ::: Tiiiln illsiialclirr 2l.no Mil a. in Coiiiiuoii hi borer. iii .'.)! S.IKI l.r.s 1UM) 7.2l) Murlur makers. .M Ilngllsb stage drlicrs work 12 to IU hours' n day; American, 10. Clienpiiess will be still more dearly bought by the American wage-earnif policy In Amerwe loutiiiiie a frec-trndica. I present thin statement to the Itcpuli-lie:- 1 n iiatlouiil enuimlttee, free of charge, nnd 'trust they will ntteiul to the distribution of it, Loudon, Sept. I, Nathaniel McKay, 8'J0. 'ijiirrJ uii. 8r.VB.xj ifru'ii nynrKi1Pi becaueeyou have - ffi .J,:',e;vcveni'','s'reorlJ; l- IlltlU Mil - 4 -e .Mmy,ilr .... llttlil mi iuiki D-- r (,0 I'anallcs. Soreheads.. ', . ... niter calllojr a -- (.jwat'"' untnejd rtayofN6. . far MoL'l.,1.... nun Mil all i.. ' . '. 1 -- l "-- ' I I n ..7.""" v7WAtDWin,t. "OUJO .rfflaBttfteiv.A5ii..5aTr " law """ 'UWiWiwsjil Is. CAPES AMD JACKETS -- A Sufferer Cured I I , Are now showing jiVi','- Bros. TFairthe pretties& Co. of lines was two years old, I suffered drcrul-full- y fwnn erysipelas, which kept growing worso until my hands wcro almost useless. Tho bones softened so Hint they would bend, and sovcral of my lingers nro now crooked from this cause. On my hand 1 carry largo scars, which, but for "Every season, from tho tlmo Mrs D e Rowe and little daughter, Rochester, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Delmven. BEAVER DAM. Rrv IS. K. Shullz, Central City, who has derided to make a minister, preached Ins fust M.1111011 hue Sunday. Misses Maggie Ashby and Ida Maddox, Mcilenry, spent Sunday with Miss Oliie Hocker. Miss Fannie Barnes, who has bcea 111 lor some time, is improving. Miss Fannie Ham, Owcnsboro, is visiting her aunt, Mrs A. D. Taylor. Miss Nell Austin, Messrs. Carl Ciots and Harvey Hocker, who have been out of school on account of sickness, entered Monday. Mrs. L. B. Bean and son, Jesse, Hartlord, were in town Wednesday, Prot. E- R. Ray and the Geology and Zoology classes spent Saturday in the Woods. Room 3 spent Saturday at Highview. There were 30 in number. Prof. J, B. Taylor and wile and Prof. Snyder chaperoned the crowd. Hon. Jno, J. McIIenry and wife Hartford, were in town Wednesday. Miss Maggie Smith visited her par- DAVE SMITH'S ULTIMATUM "Awarded it'ehssfc Honors World'j Fair. EEICL; Luthtir C. Willis, Sound Dcmocut, will address the voters of Ohio county at Fordsville next Saturday, Oct 31. Everybody invited. Hon Money Touohod Up In Sarcastic Stylo By an Ohio County Do moo rat, " ladies & pftf;- my - -- - AYER'S J afe' And Jewels gver Srocighi io Ohio (Jociniy, Our lino comprises the output of two factories; the styles are right, the quality is the best, the priios are the lowest. LADIES FINE Barsaparllla, would bo sores, provided I was nlivc and abls to carry nnytlilng. Eight bottles of Ayer'a Barsaparilla cured me, so that I liavo had no return of tho disease for moro than twenty years. Tho first bottlo seemed to reach the spot and n persistent uso of it has perfected tho cure." 0. C. Davis, Wautoma, Wis. Every Republican in the county is urged to attend the speaking at his schoolhouse next week, mid hear the truth. The silverltcs have resorted to lying. Don't listen at their silly twaddle. Study the question for yourself. Gen, Sam E. Hill, sound money Democrat, will speak at Hartlord to morrow nltcrnoon, We understand thut Jo A. Parker, a Popoullst, will speak at the Fair Grounds at thesame time. Gen, Hill being a former resident of this place, will no doubt be greeted by n large crowd. He will speak at Centettown Saturday night. Mr. J V. T. Ward fMed at his home near town last Tue day evening, niter a long spell ul sickness. Mr. Ward was about 65 years ol ngc and was a highly respected man, and had many friends who will mourn his death. He was a consistant member of the Presbyterian Church and was always active in church work. The remains were buried at the Patterson graveyard Wednesday evening. I Rockpoit, Ky., Oct. 19. The ttue Democrats of Kentucky, every one a hero, whoso courageously repudiated that Chicago cabal of all the worst and most dangtrous elements of American politics, will learn with feelings mixed with amusement and pain, tinged with pity, that Hon. D. II Smith, silver Democrat nominee for Congress in the Fourth district, solemnly warns them never, never to "come whining around logct back in the Democratic party." Think of the ultimatum thundered from Latuel Think ol Carlisle, Lindsay, Buckner, Watterson and Btecklnridge in abject Servility " whlning"around the like 0' Dave Smith, begging for quarters. Why, like Tobe Grider's show it's so d d bad it real good." Let me suggest, David to the contrary notwithstanding, that the inevitable march ot coming events plainly tells us that it remains for these grand conservators of true Democracy, whose love of country rises above love of place, to dictate the future caste of the party. And, mark you, when that mongrel, faction is scattered to the winds in November, having harvested a cyclone the fruitage of its own sowing; when it is wandering, footsore, disowned, and despised upon the face of the earth seeking some, any shelter from the storm its reckless folly bred; when the Dave Smiths, utterly "demonetized," are begging the preservers of the Covenant to kick them for their unutterable folly, there shall be em blazoned upon the temple now in course ot repairs, the following significant inscription: "No Tllltuana, no Altgelds, no Debs, no Coxeys, 'no compromise with dishonor' shall ever enter here." Thus chastened, wiser and truer we shall go back to unsullied principles and start anew. But for unspeakable gall and cheek, It wauld seem Mr. Smith is to be commended. Its brazen effrontery is monumental. Unvailed on the outskirts of our temple ground, what would more fittingly commemorate a betrayed Democracy headed for the demnitlon bowwows? As a warning to future gen erations give, oh give, this rare a niche in the Pantheon. Far, among the thousands galloping up and down the earth, like vandals despoiling a temple richer in the blood of martyrs and more magnificent in architecture than that built to Diana, may we not thus immortalize one Herastratus? I thing he would rather like it. He seems to be built that way. R. in Courier-Journa- l, Eph-eslon, mum POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grjpe Cream of Tartar Powder. Frs from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A CREAM' v . fPW JHI ?; jar;' , fifc.; AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla TEE'S PILLS fromoU Good Sigutloa, THE OHLV WOnilVfl VAT ents at McIIenry Saturday and Sunday. Sun- ,.,t , . day, Mr. J. T. Casebler was in Rockport Mrs. Georgia Coots is on the sick list this week. Miss Lula Walker, Hartford, visited the Misses Barnes and Pirtle Sunday. Mrs. Mulhall, Louisville, was in town this week. Miss Nancy Chick returned Wed. nesday to her home in Bowling Green. The Christian Endeavor meets on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock instead oi Sunday evening. Wehopetohave au increased number out to morrow It Cm rim WelKiH. Mhe catnlogus just Issued by the Bryan & Stratton College is most convincing proof of the unexcelled merits ol this institution. The book is edited almost cntltely by past students, who speak in the loudest terms ol the school, iti methods and superior advantages. The typographical workmanship is excellent, and the halt tone etchings of over one hundred of the graduates look like Louisville Post, photographs. From a letter written by Rev. J. Ganderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. ( BEAVER JACKETS Sv iSstm Lots ol Knit Gloves. CAnsoN & Co. Jlarvclour lletnlln. - r ftV, O. iX-- . v ' Black and blue $3; Ladies black and b ue boucle jackets $3 to $5; capes $2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackVe ets, size 8 to 12 years, $1.50 to $5. have a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infants cloaks. can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. "VTe If you need a wrap, come to Carson &Co. We can sell you a Cape lor $1.35. Carson & Co. We arc headquarters for clothing. Carson & Co. Wo Speaking at Fotdsvitle next Saturday. A man's good Suit fjr $5,00 at Carson & Co's. Best assortment ol Dress Goods at Carson & Co's. 22 pounds of granulated sugar for Si 00: 24 nouuds licht sutrar i 00: 6 and 7 pounds green coffee $1 00; 3 cakes Lenox scap 10c; Brooms 9, 13 and 19c; Miners supplies; men good boots $1 33; men and women shoes will Soil You 98c; men good shirts 30c; jeans pants 75c; boys Mcfntoshes $2 50; men M: Intoshes $3 00 to $8 00; large line ot calicoes 4c; Clark's O.N. T. 3 lor 10c; campaign caps and handkerchiefs 5c; full line millinery goods and cloaks. Good Canton Flannel (or 5c. at Glass tumblers 15c; cups and saucers Carson & Co's. 25c; stove ware all sizes 8c; per gal.; Don't forget the Republican Rally kitchen safes i 50; 4 quarter bedat Fordsvllle next Saturday. steads $1 50. Atkins thiu back T.T. Anything you might want in. the saws 36c per foot; $63 sewing machine lor $20 00. Heating stoves $3; furniture line at Carson & Co's. cook stoves $6 and up There will be a grand Republican MOREHEAD, JONES & CO., rally at Fordsvllle Octorber 31. Centertown, Ky. sight. Can't you and won't you ' - come out and help us In our work? Mr. W.M. Likens has now a week ly paper, "The Gleaner," and you will be more than paid by subscribe ing lor it and reading it. Mrs. G. W. Barnes, Goshen, was with her daughter, Miss Fannie, Sunday and Monday. Mr. Ed Bycrs and wife, McHenry, were in town this week. Mr. C. W. Parrott is again in town Terrible paroxysms of coughing would lost hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it wa3 quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results," Trial bottles free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Reg-ulsize 50c. and $1.00. ar i. .V ZETsLir Bros- at Carson & cSs - Co. 1.Z. 'j-5- :? aisti Co's.- - rlarlford gemple New fait dress goods of jTashton.- DID YOU KNOW When you come to town visit Car We often sell 40 pairs of shoes in one da? That we handle Keiths Shop son & Co. made "Cannot Rip" fcchool and laCome in and see our big new stock. dies everyday shoes, Stribling's cult Carsw & Co. and kid boots and Dittman'a box and It don't Soldiers Reunion atFordsville next satia fine shoes lor men. Saturday, Oct, jut take any talking to fell our Mioes. Mr. C. N. Marks has returned from his trip to Canton, O. We hare a bigger tock ol clothing Causon & Co than ever. .Hulling ton Is prepared to give you a good shavt or shampoo, MoINTOSHES L U' r 4 tJL, ' . fi k v." ; si a A good For turn, boys and ladles We Mclntosbwlth cape for $2-have them at $4 00, $4 73 and 6 50, that are guaranteed. II they leak or do not give aatislnctlon 1. any par' A new Baptist Church was oigan ticular the Mcintosh will be taken backi Ladlea cloaks, capes and hats, ized at Central Grove last Thutkday, For Sale: A saddle and harness Oct. 15, with 77 members. f to fS. tl horse. Apply at this office. I want to trade a' sewing machine & Rsmeuiber Dulllngton when yoti lor a No, cow and calf. FUJASANT RlDGK, KY. tant a good shave or hair cnt. Gross Williams. Weknow whereof weaffiimwhen Don't forget that we take school we state that Ayer'a Pills, taken We can sell you a 1 idles Jacket Car bom & Co. order. promptly, at the first symptoms ol from $1.00 to $20.00. Don't fall to see them. Carson & Co. We hay; a fine line ol teachers' cold and levers, an est luither prog'grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. ress of these disorders, and sptedily Mrs. E, D. Gufly ai d little daughtSend in your orders. restore tne stomach, liver, and bow- er, Mercedei, Frankfort, are visiting and regular acSilk velve- t- black, blue, green, els, to their normal the family ot Mr. E. K. Allen this brown and cardinal -- 75 cents per tion. week. Carson & Co. yard. CKKAL.VO. Mr. Jno. P. Haswell, Jr., ol ' (Now is the time to buy shoc9, and Miss Etta Milner returned Friday will speak at Fordsville, Carson & Co's is the place to buy alter an extended visit to relatives in evening, Oct 24 EveryMcLean county. them. body invited. Miss Alice Eudaly it In Louisville " All wool serge, 50 inches wide The ladies ot the Baptist Church ijjue and black 50 cents at Carson & learning diess making. Rev. J. II. Richardson, who has invite everybody to attend the oyster Go's. charge of this work, his moved his supper and candy pulling at Mrs. W ''The Republicans of Ohio countyare family into the parsonage here. G. Hardwick8 tonight. Gi, aud ' - requested to send noticed speakings, Mrs. Blackburn nnd daughter, help a good cause. have been visiting the famiJtc, to Tub Rki'Uducan for publicaMr. and Mrs. J. D. Render, and lit tion. ly of W. H. Harris fr the past lew were the tie son, of Morganto-vn- , Messrs. J. L. Elmore and W. M. weeks. guest of Mr. and Mrs. E P. Neil Mr. J. P. Fulkerson went to MisStevens will speak at Sunny Dale Sunday. Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Every- souri last week to look after some land sales. Hon. C. S Taylor and Mr. Fon Mr. Stevens especially body Invited. ityvltes Rev (2. 1. Bean to be present, I Mr. R. II. Jones, who has been Rogers will speak .'at Sugar Grove spending the summer with his son, next Friday .night and at Iloise . 'Mr, W. M. Stevens spoke to the , Capt. P, Jones, left last, week for his Branch on the Saturday following Republicans at Hickory schoolhouse borne in Christian county. Every body invited, last Wednesday night, He also spoke Mr. George Maddox has moved in' He had fo the house recently vacated by Mr at Excellslor Fri 'ay night. Hon. Luther C. .Willis will speak large crowds at both appointments. in Hartford Friday. Oct 30, in lie L Fulkerson. Louts He 1 interest of National Democracy The McIIenry McKlnley and will speak at Mcliemy at night and club met at Render school house Sulphur Springs Satun'ay night. ou the night oi the 16th inst, alter a short talk by II. II, Davis, the Two boys of Esqr, Glvens, living of new members was made at BlgJ Springs, in Butler county, and resulted in addition of 15 ne.v were burned to death lat-- Saturday names to the club, morning. It seems thut they were caught by the falling root, C, R. Martin, the jeweler, who Mr. I has been here for ten years, has The following named persons have formed a partnership with Mr. W. O. pdd their subscription tu Tub McClure, at Deaver Dam, to take since i.ur last itsue: Sam effect November 1st. He will be at instantly when you pull the Battlett, Bulord; Henry 0.4bome, trigger. So sickness may come his .old stand in Hartford every Curdsville; If. C, York, Horton on suddenly. But it takes time Monday and other days when there to load the qua, And it takes Jennie, the little daughter, of ,Mr ! are crowds in town to attend to the time to get ready for those and Mrd Win. Tlimna, Roslne, died wints of bis old customers, Cough, Wednesday, and was burled ThursI'nfclU NlvMklua-.- ' colds, any "attack," whatever day. Mr and Mm G n. Willi nut C. M. Darnettwill speak at Hon. ln the subject be, often means , ol ths place, attended the luncral, Uie'following times and places in the Bleakness and poor blood. jfliuftr. District! Are you getting thin? Is There was n touslng. Republican your appetite poor? Are you fc.IttUabethtown, Oct. 28 1:30 p. m, Rally at .Davidson Station last bring that snap, energy and Springfield, Oct. 39 1:30 p. m, Wednesday night, at which time the vigor that make Lebanon. Oct. io 7:10 p. m. voters were addrts.ned by Messrs. M. Do one thing 1 build Campbelisvllle, Oct. 30 1:30 p, tu. whole system with L. Htavrin, D, M Hocker and G. S, New Haven, Oct. 31 ip.u. SCdTT'S EMULSION of Fitzhugh, Lebanon Junction, Oct. 31 7:30 p Cod-livOil It is the essence In many cases, the. first work ot of nourishment It does not ffr flat. nauseate, does not trouble the A desirable farm of one hundred Ajer's Sarsaparilla is to expel .the efstomach. And it replaces all acres, situated near Hartford, well fects ot the other medicines that have that disease robs you of. - watered, a good, otched, two hundred been tiled iu viln. It would be a A feok Uffing mar aW It Mat saving of time and money if experibearing trees, good buildings, and in Adcfoflt. For further good omuiunUyt menters took Ayer'a Satsapaiilla at SCOTT k BOWNB. NnrYwk. Cist instead ol at last. call tit this office at once, tf 1 I want to trade a sewing machine Word comes Irom all quarters that Gross Williams. the neatest and most satisfactory dye Hon. C S. Taylor spoke to a large for coloring the beard a brown or crowd at Indian Camp last Thursday black is Buckingham's Dye for the night. Whiskers. I want to trade a sew ing machine lor corn nud hay. ('.boss Williams. We will sell lor cash only 21 pounds ol Granulated Sugar lor $1 00. Carson & Co. Miss Mabellc Hubbard has been quite sick lor several days, with the chills. RepubExamine our line ot Shoes and Boots before buying elsewhere. Carson & Co. be Col. Ward B. Sheimau, ol Illinois, will speak at Fordsville Oct)bc 31 Everybody icvitc-31st, Please be ready t pay lor your laundry when delivered. Lyman Williams, Agt. for boards. 1 after a long absence. Miss Myrtle Carter, Glasgow, has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Barnes. Misses Fannie Cooper and Daisy Stevens have returned from a visit to Cromwell. Miss Nell Tillord, Cromwell, is visiting relatives in and near town. Mrs. Boswell spent a few days in the country with her brother, Mr. Geo. Smith, who is quite ill. Mr. H. S. Metcalf and daughter visited Mrs. Ed Byers, McHenry,Sat-nrda- y The chronic grumbler still lives, but there arc less cases of chronic Indigestion and Dyspepsia than formerly. The fact is so many people in the post have taken Simmons Liver Regulator that they ure now cured of these ills. And a great multitude are now taking Simmons Liver Regulator for the same troubles and they'll soon be cuted. "It is the best medicine." Mrs. E. Raine, Baltimore, Md. Hon. C. M. Barnett and wife have returned from Canton. O. Hurrah! and Hurrah! A Gala day at Fordsville arranged for. A rousing lican Bally will and Sunday. Attye. bad at Fordsville, Ky., on Saturday, Oct. at which time the voters will be addressed by Col. WAKD B. SHERMAN, ot Illinois. Jones Morehead, 1 Cornet Bands have been engaged to furnish music and excursion rates on all Railroads have been secured. Why not buy HIlTerT Paducaii, Oct. 20. It seems to me that the aident advocate of tree silver are neglecting a greatopportunity to become immensely rich in a very short time. Mr. Bryan and his disciples arc confident oi two things. 1st, that silver will carry the day at the election November 3. 2nd, tbnt should this occur it wcAild be a success, a great boom to all. They are so confident of both, s that their conscience as men and permit them to ask' laboring meu and the farmer, both ot whom have not any too much money to lose without feeling the loss keenly, to vote for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at an arbitrary citl-ten- ratio. Mr. Bryan's greatest argument is that while silver under present conditions is worth 63 cents per ounce, the free and unlimited coinage of it by this country would raise its value to $1 29 per ounce. As ridiculous as this must appear to anyone with the slightest knowledge of financial matters, I will for the sake of argument grant all this to be true. But then if to day, Oct. 20, silver is bringing 63c per ounce and November 4 it will be worth $1 29 per ounce, why don't Mr. Bryan buy some silver now? Why don't all these silver prophets sell every thing they can spare and buy silver at 63c and double, yea more than double their money in two week's time?. II Mr. Bryan and his followers ate sincere in their teachings they onght tibuy silver, the present owners wjuW be. glad to sell at 63c. If they date not risk their own money on this silver question how dare they ask the laborer and farmer to risk his all, his existence, his future prosperity and happiness on the silver idea. Does not the very fact that. Bryan and bis clique are not buying silver absolutely' now 'prove conclusively, and undeniably at least one of two things: Either Mr. Bryan has no hopes of being elected and the free coinage ot silveradopte-- 1 or he knows In his own heart that even should he be elected and this country adopt free coinage of silver, it will never be worth no mote than the commercial value, that price which is governed by supply and demand. Think while there is time to thluk and don't be led luto cheap and debased currency, W. Fbkd Long. Represented bv parson & Qo. OUR PRICES! Indigo blue, Turkey red, shirting and fancy 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 brogau shoes per pair ; . . ' Women solid brogan shoes per jalr . Women glove grain shoes per pair Men "X Ray" fine shoes per pair Womens heavy under vests each Men heavy under shltts each Men good jeans pants per pair Good brooms each 4 X, Arbuckle and green coffee per pound Best granulated sugar per pound Arrangements will be perfected to entertain not less than 7, 000 people who will attend from Ohio, BreckinGrayson, ridge, Daviess and Hancock counties, It will be the grandest ... . . 4a 5c 5c 5c 10c ... lle, : 50c 75c 90c t 10 25c 25c 75c 15c 20c , 5c political gathering and demonstrat ion ever had in Ohio county. Sound Money Democrats will be represented on that day by 1 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. 03XTDE3 3UEODRJE3 Ho-ba- rt We have a few pairs ol C. H. Fargo & Co's famous $2.50 women kid shoes, which we offer at ft. 50" white they last. Call and see them. Respectfully, ITEM: 4 H.J.YOUNG. ROCKPORT, KY. m lon.Luther C.Willis t lhe V will address who thorn on tho issues as KENYON COLLEGER m fDl HODQENVILLE, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladles and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at small cost. Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia-ry- , Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session at all times, besides six other exhaustive and complete Send lor a We court investlvation. course of study. catalogue and judge for yourself wheie the BEST educaAddress tion can U obtained for the LEAST MONEY. Gun Goes Off ' J pre-ced- he sees it. Lot every voter who desires that our government and Nation keeps dollar as good as every other dollar hear thesegrand rep-- ( ov-jory ff 2 'Si ,1 CO er rs k. We're candidates tbegither, Aud monle a thousand votes, Tom, HnrMen'a .irale Balv. We've lost wl ane anlther. The Best Salve In the woild for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Now we tnann get laid out, Tom, But band iu hand we'll go, Rheum, FeverSorea, Tetter, Chapped up Hand, Chilblains. Corns, and all And float thegither my Salt Creek. jol Tom Watson, oh Skin Eruptions, and positively cures The Bryanited Burns. IMlcs, or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction OAaTFoiiXA. or money refunded. Pike 35 cents 11 imll. s (ale by Williams & per box. For Bell. 13 1 yr. resentatrfeB of sound money. Watson, oh my jo, Tom, When first acquent were we, You used to spout in Congress, You were a sigiu 10 seei But now yon'rfrin thcold, Tom, blow, An J through your fcnt-yoBut still you makeji'fot ot fun, Tom Watson, oh myjol Tom Ifi) 13 ," CD all communltions to Tom Watson, oh my Jo, Tom, college, K.eU7on Kentucky. Hodgenville, WOOL. WOOL. bt cAt&mmt 1 hooo to ship to. Wo nuia llboral Ut buM sad oon U tha log on coDilauuMU. BettdM w htr btKr IkeKIUu thin other hotuei In mudt Un ItctoilM to tapplr. W i.l rou tb tpD pilo and partpolcutit not lu lr.il. Mo Wawlus uaU. Ship all jour wool and Bum produce direct to HBRNDON-CARTE- R LOUISYZZXB, XT. 110 Third trwt, or 13 to 810 XarrtU Court, ThW U ih tf CO. . iMtfiiijnniiwiiMin-na- ... tiWiltij.imwi Lfe&ac&xs&syi rtlpflnn Tftbulcs. ltlpnna TnuulM cure rmtuciv. HI pons Tnuiile! at drURSlsU. Jllpans Tpbules cure dlztlncts, Itlpans Tubules euro hondnche. ItlpiuiR Tftbulofl euro flatulent. Itlpans Tnbulec euro iljipspiWi. lllptins Tnbtllca assist lUcwllon. Illp.tn' Tnbulea euro bad brsstli. Illpeni Tnbulea curt blllouinsM. Itlpans Tabulcit ono rItm rWlof, Itlpans Tabuloa euro lndlE4tlo. Illpins Tnbuloa euro torpid liter. Itlpans Tabulca: gentls) cathartic Ulpnn. Tnbulco euro constipation. Itlpans Tnbules- - for sour stomach. Itlpans Tnlnilcs- - pleasant laxative, nipans Tnbulra euro liver troibles. Hartford Republican l'mnAY, OcroniR23 1896. CLOTHING NAKED LIMBS. What Mr. Bryan and Othoro ised This Country. PromI I ' 'Trophwy nml Hxporle pro" ns Comment- cm! 011 bj the Itullrtln of the National Assorlntlon of Wool Mnnufnrtur ere The Crlmn of 1801. We wish It were possible for every voter In the United States to read tlio tirticlo entitled "Prophecy nnd Kxperi-enc- e the Wool Tariff of 1304," In tho September Issue of the Ilullctln of tJie National Association of Wool Manufacturers. In this nble paper It Is shown, with almost terrifying exnctnoae, what bountiful blessings the democratic free traders chief nmonfr them Mr. W. J. llrj an, a member of tho congress u nj s and means committee which framed the Wilson bill promised this country from the reduction of duties, and what destruction and ruin they pine It. As wo shall malca liberal use of the facts nnd figures furnished In tint taluable nrtlcle, we Rho In the beginning, as does the nuthor of tho paper, tho following prophecies: 'Tiun this bill, and thousands of feet heretofore bare, and thousands of limbs heretofore naked or coered with rag, will bo clothed In suitable garments, and the condition of all the people will be It will gho employment to mora operatives In woolen mills: It will Increase tho demand for wool, and prices will Increase, and with Increased demand for labor, wages will Increase. Those who fa; or Its passage may bo assured that they have done something to promote the general weal, something "To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land." Speech of William II. Springer, April 4, lSf.2 l(y, It flits InkoirhtUiV amboHIIng from tliflte wlto wrigrs or living lilts' depended on selling Articles of con sumption to those mill operatives who nre now robled of their pay by a tariff law which gives their wages to peoplo who work nt foielgn looms. ltaro feet nnd linked llmbsl Whero were tliev In 1802. nnd what is re anonsl- ble for them now? Does the farmer wonder why he cannot sell his crops? 1b the merchant puzzled bccaiue his frnoit Hi imhmtfrlit cin tho ttholvcs7 r seek n reason for Does tho tho scarcity of employment nod tho lessened reword of labor? Is there any mnn uhn .uliihivi In wnrk. or has any thing to sell, or Is nnxlou to get returns from nnj thing he who doubts whnt Is the source of his trouble? It Is the crime of 1691 the crime of Wilson, of Springer and of Brynn. A CUNNINQ FALLACY. wugc-carnende-qun- to s, ItUSSIA AND SlLVflH. , ' PrlVatd Oolungo Hud Lous Blnoa Boon Stopped, r - -- rh . llank of Itnssta lias tho Largest Amount of Gold and the H mall est Amount of Silver of Any In Itarop. . Speaking for msclf. It Is Immaterial, In my Judgment, wlicllitr the sheep grower recehes any benefit from the tariff or not. Whether he docs or does not, I am for free wool In order that our woolen manufacturers, unburdened by a tax upon foreign wool and unburdened by a like tax upon home-grow- n wool, may manufacturo for u wider market." Speech of William J. Bryan, January 13, lirM At tho time bare feet vcro to begin to bo shod and naked limbs to bo clothed lu the gorgeous fashion pictured by Mr. Springer nnd Indorsed b Mr. JJrynn , the sheep flocks of the United States had reached a total of 47,223,000 and were Increasing nt tho rate of 1,000,000 a year. The alue of the sheep was $118,057,500. Since w col w as put on the free list the fJiccp ha e decreased early In 1696 to 30,000,000, vulucd at $58,000,-00according to the department of agriculture; and, according to W. B. Snow, formerly the assistant statistician of the department, the flocks now are reduced to 32,000,000. Under tho McKlnley act the wool clip had reached, In 1893, 348,500,000 pounds, valued at $52,000,000. The clip of the present J ear Is estimated by the ,HAS HELPED (7) Tf hat Candidate Ilryan Has Dona for tho National Association of Wool ManuAmerican Worklngmea. facturers to be 270,000,000 pounds, j What has Br an done for the valued at $20,600,000. d of America? In 1692 he That 1b how tho Wilson law clothed tho cause of free trade and did the limbs and shod the feet of the farmers and other wool growers. Now, let all he could to overthrow the protectlvo policy that kept workingmen at work us see how it was with the manufacat good wages. He was successful and turer. In the first j ear after tho Wilson law the protective policy, that mndo tie went Into effect the Imports of foreign progress of tills country the envy of the world, was overthrown. W hat has been woolen manufactures represented a dothe result? mestic value of $90,000,000, equivalent The American Economist sought to to of all the woolen goods made In the United States In 1690. In And out nnd sent to all manufacturing 1695, snjs the article, "the output of establishments in the states and terriAmerican mills was reduced In a larger tories a letter asking for information for the number of persons cmploved percentage than the Imports were increased; to such n degree, In fact, that during July, 1692, and July, 1690. These of periods were taken because they repre- it la safe to say that nearly all tho woolens which entered Into con- ' sent a lapse of two j ears after tho pas- sumption that jenr were of foreign sage of the McKlnley bill and two) ears manufacture," though "we have In this after the passage of tho Wilson bill. country enough woolen machinery to The Lconomlst says regarding the remanufacture all the woolen goods our plies: Up to the close of last week wo had repeople can consume." ceived upward of employThe quantity of woolen cloths Im- ers In M different 650 reports fromJuly, lfW, states who. In ported in 1605 was almost equal in afforded occupation for 111 231 hand, whereas the some concerns could only empounds (40,070,148) to the total quantity (41,739,000) imported in the three ploy 78.700 hands In July of this year 1S51. The amount of wages paid In July, 3 ears, 1691, 1892 and 1893, under the to the 114,231 hands aggregated tJ.cr7.tW. tariff. Nor was the McKlnley But tho pay rolls for last July, after two tariff by any means a prohibitory tariff, years of the democratic free trade tariff, 2.4&711 for in 1802 tho cloth imports were the Aggregated onlyrate of wages has dVcllnofl Tho monthly largest in quantity (10,248,313 pounds) to $31 among those who ore at from 34 work. The number of Idle hands In about up to that date. These enormous Importations, under 650 establishmentstowas 33.631. The monthly toss of earnings was the valued by cheaper qualities and ad 11, 457,453. Tho decrease In employment has valorem duty frauds, stopped American exceeded 30 per cent. Tho decrease In wages earned has been 40 per cent looms by tho thousands. But tho WilThis is what Ilrjan has helped do for son law started a foreign loom for every American loom it stopped, as the the workingmen of America. He was the eloquent champion of a o1Icy that article explains: "The Bradford Observer described 1685 has thrown 30 per cent, of tho out of employment and reduced as the annus mlrabllls In the history of that center of the English worsted Industhe wages of those that lire fortunato try, Tho Bradford exports to other countries were smaller than usual In that year: enough to bo still employed 40 per cent. would do well to but to tho United States they reached a The total never before approximated; they rose steer clear of uny policy that Urjan adto t?7,745,CW, an Increase of 21 per cent, over vocates. Hamilton (0.) News. the value of tho exports thence of the largest previous J ear, 1SS9, when their value A campaign of honesty Is the best was t23.faS.C91. " 'Hundreds of housoholds,' It says, 'have campaign of education. N. Y, Press Kasj Lessons siDocr Tluuey, been stranded, because tholr At first nil money was neighed In havo thrown away tho cap and print dress, to don tho weaver's harden skirt.' It scales. The first money trade told In the probably never happened before that Engwas In si her, "And Abrnham while the Illblo land found herself weighed to Kphron 4C0 shekels of Kilu-r- , United States was filled with people looking for work." current money with tho nieixliiint." A We come, then, to a summing up of shekel was half an ounce. v hat the Wilson law did for the. AmeriIt was not easy to clirrj round n pair can manufacturer: of scales and weigh out mutnl each tlmo thero was a tmde. So coins were "Toward tho end of the car 1893, therefore, production began to decrease, and made. season was over licforo tho A shekel or some weight of silver or nearly of tho mochlnery employed of gold was weighed out, incited toupon men's wear was Idle. In tho transilightg tion from the heavyweight to the gether nnd stamped with a dio weight season, tho real condition of tho its weight. Now money could bo American wool manufacture was for the counted Instead of weighed out. This first time apparent. Many mills shut down entirely; others ran alternate days, or made trading much easier. time, still others dishalf or An) tiling that makes trading easier charged the half, or more, of their betters trade. and with tho advance of this BumSliver was first In general use for mer about SO per cent, of tho wool machinery of the country stood Idle." coins. Hut as people became better oil And now we shall see how many feet nnd hnd larger trades to mako sllter were covered with soft was too weighty. So gold camo Into use. of ullk and fine kid, nnd how many limbs As nations have become better off were adorned with broadcloth. In 1692 they have corao to uso gold moro than there was enough woolen machinery In silver. Tho great trading nations now tho United States to give employment use the gold standard nnd only tho to 230,000 persons. In tho woolen In- poorer nations the "liter standnrd for dustry wages had steadily increased. their money systems. N. Y. World. Immediately nftcr the McKlnley law Why DM Nor Ur. Ilryun Answer went into operation they ailtanced 2U Mr. Bryan tells tlio farmers that free per cent, further. The operatlvcH In coinage- of silver will gho them cheap the woolen industry hud full and steady dollara with which to pay their debts. employment all tho) ear through, their Mr, Ilryan tells city workingmen that normal wages amounting to $30,000,000. free coinage of silver will raise tho And now I With 80 per cent, of ull metal to $1.29 per ounee.'brlnglng tha the w nolen machinery idle in the United silver dollar to par with tha gold dolStates, with tho corresponding loss of lar, thus giving city workingmen anwages to the operuthrs und thoieduo-lio- n other dollar as good as tho present ono of wages In other Industries with which to buy the farmers' prodcaiikcd by tho competition of idle mill ucts. opera t hea seeking employ ment In new That is to say, to tho farmer the fields, wlieiu does the find Brjnu silver dollar la to be a cheap dolthobe "thousands of feet heretofore lar to pay debts with. To city labor linro nnd thousands of limbs heretotho Ilryan dollar Is to bo a dollar of fore naked or coercd with rugs" high purchasing power to buy with. clothed und shod, as Mr, Springer and Free coinage) of silver cannot produce Mr. llrjnu promised? these two dollars. It can produce only Wo seo what the Wilson low, operatono of the two. Why do notwould-bing on tho woolen Industry ulone, has supporters of Mr. Bryan ask him which tost our people. It has emit the farmer dollar he really means? Both tho fanninoiu tluin 15,000,000 sheep, that In 1602 er, who wants to pay debts, and tho who roust buy farm prodweic vnlucd at $.'.50 u heud. It has cent working-man-, I Mm $32,000,000 a j ear In tho uluo of uce, are Interested in having tills queslit wool. It has cost lilm tho loss of tion answered, Chicago purthiuing power of the in thu woolen Industries, who, with Kara Joaes Makes It Llear. their earnings reduced or gone 80 per "Suppose," says Iter. 8am Jones, of tent, of thu wool machinery being Idle Georgia, "tha government owned all tHo cannot buy his other products as grist mills In this country and congress they bought them in 1802, should enact a law that all corn should It has cost the manufacturer his busi- be ground by the government mills ness and his profits, which enabled him free, ond that while corn was worth Ifl tu pay full wages to 230,000 persons. cents a bushel the government would It has cost tho mill operatives mil- stamp the sacks of meal so that it would lions lu wages, and, with their wages bring 50 cents a bushel and do this for fcluunkcii Into Insignificance, It has cost nothing? U Is a very hard mutter to ctervone else some part of his prosper; keep meul abote the price of corn." 0, pig-Iro- n WAOE-EARNERI wage-earners chain-Iploneone-thir- d one-ha- lf CO wage-earnewnge-turnewnge-eorncshort-hande- d heavy-weigone-hu- lf ntio-intwo-thirs, wage-earnewuge-eurno Tlmea-Her-aiwuge-earne- of free sllter against the charge of dishonesty Is this: When John Smith borrowed $1,000, wheat was worth one dollar n bushel. Now when his debt Is due It takes 2,000 bushel to pay the debt. dollar become legal It If the will only equalize the matter and John Bmlth to pay his debt with tho sale of 1,000 bushels. Sometimes this wretched fallacy is put In even moro nllurlng shape as this way: John Smith borrowed $1,000 to buy seed wheat and got 1,000 bushels of his neighbor, Jones, who would have given him the wheat Instead of the money. Now ho has to pay book his seed wheat bill ond he has to devoto 2,000 bushels to pay for the 1,000 bnsh-el- s then purchased, and the question Is asked: "Is It Just?" The answer to this wretched subterfuge Is this: John Smith borrowed money, not wheat. lie took his chances on the rise or fall of wheat. Ills neighbor, Jones, took no part In the speculation, nnd would havo gained nothing li wheat had risen, nnd should, therefore, lose nothing If wheat has fallen. Suppose wheat had risen to two dollars, would Smith have paid Jones $2,000 instead of $1,000? Suppose Smith had been a manufacturer making fnrmlng machinery; machinery has fallen In price; shall the manufacturer pay his debt In the equivalent of machinery at that time? Some men buy grain options; shall they bo alloyed to liquidate on the basis of their purchase price? A bnshel ,of wheat Is not tho unit of value, nor Is corn, nor cotton, nor cattle, nor pig Iron. All these fluctuate. Good money does not. The rnlter of wheat can no more be shielded from loss by decline of the market than the man. St, Joseph (Mo.) News. , le One of tho Tree Oliver Arguments That Uoeeu't Convince). One of the most cunning nnd fallacious arguments for farmers lu defense , Is oftlclally regarded an the legal tender of the empire, but tho privilege of private colmgo has been long since suspended, and the Hank of Ituuln, w hlch Is merely an adjunct of tha lmcrlnl t roast try, has In Its vaults the largest amount of gold nnd the smalleM amount of slhor of nny on the continent of Kurope. Last August, while the amount of gold held by tho Bank of 1'itinco was $403,085,008 and of slhcr $244,424,-82the Bank of Itussla hnd $ 134,30 In gold and only $3,035,000 In slhcr. Ken tills latter nmount was twice that held at the beginning of the ) ear, nnd Indicates the progress of the coinage of subsidiary sliver pieces to tako tho place of some of the small notes. Last March, it wns officially announced thnt the treasury had ceased to make Usfl In its payments of bills of one and of three roubles, and thut it was to them by llver coins. But the treasury takes the profit on this coinage, and accepts a!f tho responsible lty of keeping it at par with the paper or credit rouble, which, cndlng tho resumption of specie pn)inents, bears the relation to gold of three to two; that Is one rouble and fifty copecks in paper is equal to one rouble hi gold. This seems to be rather a complicated situation, but It is really a very simple one. It was In 1893 that the Itusslan government formally disassociated Itself from the silver rouble In an imperial decree which was thus oftlclally explained: "In view of n depi relation so rapid and so great, It became the duty of the. government to take such steps as would lessen, at least, If they could not neutralize, the disastrous consequences nrlilng from the depreciation of a metal which, in legal contemplation, serves as tlio basis of our monc-en- ry s)stem, though, no a matter of fact, the silver rouble of full weight and fineness (18 grams fine) has entirely disappeared, and the credit rouble (paper money) has beeomo our real monetary standard." It wos further explained tlut it was very fortunate that the silver rouble of full weight nnd fineness has practically 'gone out of circulation otherwise the depreciation of tlio white metal would lithe been followed by serious losses In Russia. As It Is, the treasury will not be seriously damaged by the return to It of the 20,000,000 or 25,0000,000 of coins outstanding, which it will be obliged to accipt nt pnr, thnt Is as tho equivalent of credit roubles, notwithstanding that the 13 grams of silver In the coin rouble Is of less value thou the paper rouble. Till llussla Is able to adopt gold as its monetary standard tho silver rouble will continue to be its legal tender. But that simply means that the credit of the government Is pledged cents to keeping at the value of 51 in gold a silver piece coined by itself containing some 23 cents worth of pure to silver. Just ns It has undertaken maintain at the same value of 31 3 cents Its credit rouble, which if It were nt par with gold would be worth 78 cents, but which measured by tho bullion value of its silver equivalent would be worth lees than half that sum. Plnlnly silver has not succeeded in Russia, any more than elsewhere. In holding out against the depreciation forced on it by the universal law of demand and supply. It follows that bimetallism has not the slightest chance) of revival In llussla, the Imperial government being only too well satisfied with the success It has had in avoiding the losses Incurred by other countries from the depreciation of silver. It Is not generally understood how substantial nn Item this has been. The French government guaranteed the Bank of Franca against the Ions whloh It might suffer from the acceptance of the sliver pieces of tho Latin Monetary uulon nt their face value, and. In all calculations of the liability of the Trench treasury, 600,000,000 of franca, or, sny, $120,000,000, is reckoned as the nmount of the loss entailed by the silver accumulated In the vaults of tho bank. In like manner, 130,000,000 of marks, or, sny, $31,000,000, U reckoned as the amount due to the Itelchslxink by the Imperial government of Germany to mnkc up for the depreciation of sliver thalers held ns part of the bank's reserve llussla has escaped any such penalty of the downward course of silver as completely as England has, because though nominally on a silver basis, it has had no silver in circulation, and Russia being now on the eve of placing Its currency on n gold basis affords merely another demonstration of the folly of expecting the International "rehabilitation" of silver. Rochester Post and Kt press. IIo I'rnyrd a Trayer. The praw-- r offered by no old colored minister at Fairfax Court House, at. a meeting a day or two before Candldato Br) an came Into. Virginia, is receiving general commendation. This U tho 9, 3 In the discussion of the currency question it is customary to refer to litis-sl- a as one of the countries that is still doing business on a silver basis. This Is so far truo that tho sitter rouble known cities whcTc employers used obhuvc used Mexican dollars to enforce object Whenever un rtnpliyer tells )ou how to vote, tell htm the declaration of Independence sit)s )ou arc his equal before the law nnd )our vote cannot be bnrlered nvvn)." At Syracuse: "llut If n man In this country assumes to thiuk nnd npeuh for somebody else, or he seeks to m.o his power us an rJuplo)cr to coerce the men who work for him, we stand uml oppose liiin nsiwe would oppose the man who would attempt tu establish n muiiurchy In n democracy, Wc oppose him und offer no apology for that opposition." At Hornellsvlllc: "These incn, who hnvc now become the great apostles, preaching in the interest of the laboring nun, my friends, these men who stand nt the hend of the gold crusade, arc tho men who have prevented the nihltratlou of difficulties between laborers und their emplo)ers. These are the men who, by the formation of great trusts, have stilled competitors out of business mid then preyed upon society, with no ono to restrain them or make them afraid." What comment la needed after one rends such bits of demagojrery ? Wnlk-In- g Delegate Bryan can give Debs points. Watch the boss, workingmen! Remember there nre no honest ami employers In this country. Sioux City (la.) Tribune. ject lessons, where employers Irs-M- Nira&!Kffilffi!&&.a SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE i.vLfi'.',,, '$'. if friff lffai:rn-T,,,-iiC- , ycfictaWorrcnarafionTor Assimilating ihcFood widncgtila-lin- g the Stomachs andDovvm of iCTKva-fmmT- SIGNATURE OF- - fromotesDigcsllon.Chccrfiil-rv3- S nmlitest.Con tains nclUtcr Siiutn.Morphlnc nor Mineral. (fWSC w i Cavesta, and .- -, Trade-Mar- obtained aod all IS ON THE KavfCtdOrSINtZUmaai JUyJUmSaJ- SmMJuJ WRAPPER OF EVEBY bead model, drawiaf or photo with oWrlp- 1 tlon. Vi advise. It patentable or net, free it chsris. Oar fee aet due till rateat Is secured. HewlObtslPstets,"whli A PfurmtT, cost vi mjbi ,n ia u, a, ana kkv, nwuw Addnu, sent free. remote from Wasninrtoci. Ousomet isorrosiTCU.8. rATtNTOrriei ,,rlw,f,n,irnri rslinl In Ifss lime isin Ikras MootasTC Ft IS. J folr-mind- BOTTIJ3 Apcrfccl Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stonvtch.Diarrhoca, C.A.SNOW&CO. WtMlMTH. Or. PATINT OfFICf, O. OW VVVVVwVwVVVVwVVlsVtjjO. TH E RISE IN WHEAT. It Shows tho Law of Supply and Demand Is Still In Operation. While the Boy Orntor and his aiders andLosBorSlEEP. facsimile Signature of CASTORIA kttlst eilr. It Outorls li rot la es-(mu li not sold la lull. Iloa't sllov snjens ea Us fits or jronlis Utt It oi ssyuilBg tin "kit si rood" and "will stiwir svtrr pir. post." 8t that Jim est GRQVtb and abettors are telling the farmers thnt the "crime of 1873" has demolished the price of wheat ond that the price will go lower and lower until that crime Is repented of, the price of wheat is rapidly rising. The reasons for the rise nre plain. There Is a shortage In This the world's supply of wheat. shortage first becamo conspiouous about the first of September, when tho report of the Hungarian minister of agriculture yrtM made. His reports are nlwavs Influential in the vv heat trade. He tlmntes the shortage at 137,000,000 buabels 00,000,000 In tho United States. Slmoo that report was made its conclusions have been substantiated by other reports. Including that of our own government, mode September 10. There has been an unusually large exportation of wheat and flour from this country during the last month, the markets hare been active and the price of wheat has risen so that the value of the wheat In this country has increased about $30,000,000. new vonic. fcwm"jfciaPg,!lai EXACT C0PYOF WHAPPCn. Ill Im- u&t r . ., "' ''U&TAzSWiV TTtM. . iff f - SV-Z- l a Mllstglsl-f- e BALLY ROUND THE Km FOR TASTELESS Li SO U.N I) MONEY. TDNI WARRANTED. PRICK rvtsVedklneCo., HHnrpArtlrtftncaf Itovm KrtMTftl tUiUi ftaJ hnrtH b n I LL 00 ct. Asetr.Ciasi AC. La.no tWft.mou.br prft This is cheering and it shorn tha the great law of supply and demand is still In operation. The silver howlers talk and act as If they would repeal that low if tho people would only give them a chance. Its workings Just now are certainly troublesome to them. New Haven (Conn.) Courier. Dbs Is for IUot, Not Silver. Several miners havo been arrested nt LeodvUie, contrary to the spirit of the Chicago platform, on the cheap and flimsy charge of riot, incendiarism and murder, iu blowing up the buildings of tho Coronndo mine and shooting it guardians. And this outrage on them lias been committed in the face of a new and bristling manifesto from Eugene V. Debs. No wonder that in view of this outrage on the part of capital on tho sacred right of riot Debs announces to breathless world that be does not rare a rap for free silver; he does oaro for free riot, and the abolition of courts and laws that Interfere with It, The wretched sliver mine owners who looked to Deb for encouragement now find themselves abandoned In a crisis. As regards the striking miners, their thrent to burn tip tho waterworks of Lend v We unless tlielrarrcsted brethren are set free Is both logical and consistent. So lonf as I,cadvllle Is for Bryan it ought ut least to live up to its principles and secure tho freedom of Its rioters. If. Y. Commercial Advertiser. The war democrats helped to save tho union, and democratic soldiers were a powerful element In tlio union armies. When the national nafoty and honor nre assailed the democratic party divide, nnd. Judging from Its past history, tbo patriotic end of It comes out on top. The question simply resolves Itself Into this: Shall tho workingmen and continue to put 100 cents to the dollar In savings banks and building associations, or will they present 47 cents of that dollar to the silver kings and mine ow ners of tho w est? There Is no need for MoKlnley to tojcei the stump; his record speaks for him. SILVER IN A TjUTSHELL. wage-corne- ISJUSTASCOOD FORADULTS. Home prosperity. A A A A X A OiLATta, lixs., rlor. 19. tlM. M lxwu.Uo. We sM last rear. (DO boulee f Uentiemem OKOVKtl TABTKLKWa CIIIIJ. TONIC snj kill srose already this veer. Inslloerew-perten- c bunfnt three vesre. tn the dmf basuiess. See of II never sold an article that cave s,in universal aan lourstnilr, 2aUua as vuur Tonic i. 1. 1 IEIL! 1118, 11 For oale by Williams & Hell. nBDUOBII CATFOLKS truuituiibt fei. f (ipcuordctmiUtMi frt-- baMivft. rftirlBf, wrlnki) e AhNDiM. Ira M aIV THE LEA.DIVG NATIONAL REPUBLICAN FAMILY NEWSPAPER, ONE YEAR 351.25 inn. Address the -4- Will mako a vigorous anil relenllefs fvlit through tl o Presidential csmpaign, (iirprinc'i'Ui which will bring prosperity to the eulire naMtwUftlli'. r rnlcnUm 4dnm. witk iurx DR. SNYDER. SWSSeBBaV. country. Its campaign newt anil ilitcuMions will interest and should be read by every American citizen. A Wh tiitm-d- i I'HE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, hot), purr levllr lotlon IL 1 buunU rM. PATIENT8 TREATED BY MAIL hiU ftnd Xj iri' titrtneo. iVxV Xji ft li rtrr iiki'TABULES nCQULATCTHC STOMACH, AND PURIFY kaMTani .c3--v"a-2LO all orders tu HAirrPOKD KKPrBLICAN. Write your name and address on a postal card, send tt to Geo. W Res Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTWJC NRW YORK WRRKLY TRIBIWR will he mailed to vou Z 9 UfrTriMtUsUesMssBft4CMUilsMv f S7Ma.lr7v OTsUt firfltls ft4 ftlKULiV. aUfuu TsibU csosUJa roUtm UJmriim U tialBOsrtdliaMBWsuJeiUM air mltMJSJLAl Is , .giMjJ. ftwl t1 iraiMlUl rui IsS P4Aa atsntjl ff Ht)ft.0ft.UtftUtuItfaa 4a. UVER AND BOWELS J THE BLOOB. niPAXi rxnvhZM r iiu w xuu f IfttUsf U BlUsSsMMkM f f tW. liar ka MrVsBrhl TU1.I0CMU SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY n II BITlLtl ITalKCT. nirnissj wniiiniufiti sve Jf KW TORS OTT. Adir X OOINOTO THE LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, la the Ave. Theater Bulldlnr. on 4th bet. Oreto & Wala This Is the nlace where von can have voar cleats! work done better and for 1m moner than la any other nrflee in the South Every operator la this odea Is as espert eradnataof notltme taaa fle rears eiiicrleuef, (remember no indents) capable d wlUUr to kItii to an adTlca to cither your natural or artificial teeth. We make ever branch of eMrieirr a specialty. TWMt for five years. A Bnaranteod arslast written ou.irautre flTen with every set. Uold fillings $1 OS and up; Pure Silver Dinars, TScl all other plastic fllllnirs, fOc. Our crown and bridge work, or teeth without plates art as firm, strong and serviceable as jour natural teeth, and at prices lower than lbs lowest. We can extract vonr teeth and put In new ones same day. Teeth eiiracted, 15c. and absolutely without pain. Yon can mako appointments by mall. All consulatloa free. A lady al. Ki) s In atlendauce, at WJFalrVi'WHora ur NOTICE OUR fit PRIOCS. breaktaa to and e' of teeth on rubber, H00, Poland 8r--o 1 (Jhinas, J. G. WELLS, r Vip' in '"if nut nkin. Cuine dml' my Ht'.ck, r wiite your waflU. ' Prices reKS'iiinh'e. 1 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenue Theater Building:, 4th SHOUT-BAN- Cm Dam, Ky. Vreo Coinage of Ilrlcks Woold N.,1 Kalsa St., bet. Green and Walnut prayer: ( "O Lord, save this country from tho hands of thero who Is tryln' to bust It up. dive us plenty of work and good money for It no's wc can tako care of our wives and children and buy good bread and meat and pay for It. Wo want to keep polytlcks out of our churches and out of our prayer mtctln but we can't help asktn' Thee to Keep a loo'iout for that poor miserable sinner Ilrvun, who, we hear. Is cummin' Into this state hand In hand with Batan. We Hsk Thee don't Irt him do no harm, dm3 If It ain't askln' too much, pltase forgive his sins that ho Is commlttln' overy day and then knock the stuflln' out of him next November." Tho colored minister tersely and hap pily expresses an aspiration v cry wide!)' cherished now. Buffalo Commercial. DOSS." This Is tho Hubstanco of Dryaa's Appeal to Workingmen. Some of Br) un'n appeals to the workingmen are tuken up nnd commented upon by a contributor to Harper's Weekly, as follows: Listen now to these appeals to workingmen to rise against employers. It is tho old cry of "Vote ng'ln the boss." Tho man w)k employs )ou Is ) our Industrial enemy, at least; don't forget that. Vote agulnst his Interests und thereby advance )our own. Make him "gho up." You'll get loui of work by voting for a policy thnt will prevent your employer from making a profit . on his goods. Listen to Mr, Bryan, At Albany he said: "As a rule the men who havo spent their tlmo frying to break up lalwr Hoot, , ' unions, tho only protection the labor' ing man haa hail, these are the men who Mrs Smith WnoltlrMi't'. oi Kimble, 'now come to the laboring men. I ask you If you nre to expect a blessing Ky , was so sfllictHl with her throat jeHrs lh it rhr rHili) not from thoso from whom you havo only fornvei hpek.nbwen wilier Alir hh received curses In the past?" i uid tl e fir.t In Hit; of Dr fell Pint-Ti- r At Kingston! Horny Mif is tild InlL wVl "You hove been kind enough to preand (he cue in snrb. n w.u sent to us a bouquet bearing the InHint her ntlghhoisn tut- m lt scription: 'From Workingmen.' I um e (or mid nre nt.toins.lud glad to Kptuk to tvorklngmvu; and when I speak to them I do not spcuk to t hint her Inlk Sold by nil driiut'l'ts fnrsjlc b their omrloyers and ask them lo deliver IIih workingmen's votes. I have Z. Va)iieUrifrin& Uio DE , I "VOTE AGIN' what would be tlio result if the government should by legislation deteimlne that ordinary building bricks two by four by night Inuhcu In size should bo legal tender In uny amount for one dollar cuch und should urruuge to huve them go stamped lu uny quantity free of tost to the persons presenting them? Under such circumstances tlio prlco of building bricks would ut once advance to $1,000 a thousand, for If they could bo "coined" without tost tho bricks "uncoined" would be worth Just as, much ns tho "coined" bricks oWj dollur each. But did It ever occur to Ou that It would not bo an advance In the v nl tie of the bricks, but a decrease, In tho value of the dollars, which would thus establish u new "parity Ixttvvern money and property;" thut under such n K)stcm $1,000 would be worth only 1,000 bricks; that that 1,00 bricks would ovrhango for no moro rommodl-tie- s or labor than It does and consequently that $1,000 would meiin in more to us than 1,000 bricks do now? In other words, our government can dotcrmlno by legislation what commodity nnd whnt nmount of that commodity one dollar shall Ik?, but It must leave It to the laws of comparative supply and demand, cost of production, etc, to determine) what the vulueof thnt commodity shall be. It may dtslaro that a brick shall boadollai, In which caso ono dollar will lie worth vvhntcver a brick will exchungo for. It may declare that 23.8 grill tin of gold shall be dollar, In which caso one dollar will be worth whatever 23.8 grains of gold will exchange for, or It may declare thnt 413yJ grains, of silver shall be n dollar, In which case one dollar will bo worth only what 412V, grains of silver w 111 exchange for, the same to day as 50.1 rents In gold, or, "giving Hip debtor the option" ns to what dollar he shall uso with which to pay his debts, It may declare that each of these three shall lie n dollar, lu which cans one dollar will bo w orth jiiat as much ns the least vnlunblu of the time, which under present conditions vvould.lie'llie brick. U Carroll Did you over stop t o think ThHr rrloa. TELEQBAFH7, PENMANSHIP, ETC. (h&Uin Wfrtryfewz?' o Who desires to hotter his or her condition in llfo, should writ for tho Oatalog-uof tho & STRATTON 3atSSESg&:Bi. BRYANT 400 THIRD STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. No. LiV sJawai sadMasataa j. J. t wamMaomi i-- R. P8RTLE - rr?Ks v. 'MOM, i wm? KliNTUCBT. T.'1 DENTIST HARTFORD, sa4aasr HCEG! TIT AT THE -r ihan atiy gal'ery over tlitl ia wmk in !r ol tlio most permanent fimals, Citliiiien per iliu-- n, 81 75, halt dozen 8100 tlmt ill not fin'ii ( 'nhinet iizi81 er il zen. Ha'f Will ho nt Uaitfonl m til Nni mher 2iih anil longer if the people ot i'lu'tiruplm nt imsonaule pricm as thojr Ohi'i cnuiily Mi I wvii firt e'nWe are having till thu husiiies ho can iln, which proved to us that are, n iv. wo uro :itin(; umreri'iil rulMiic tnii Tho I'loiHini! " 1' ' w'll V" ''"'" ',ere ' ' K "Chester, then to Rnekport nnd8rtitliCHirolliniiMiil will ! l m ili amiiMiT p..ni between Prices aftaot of Dental Operations. Office over Wllllaisfa A reasonable. Bell's Druir Store. d Vitalized air or laugh ng for painless e traoUw stj teeth' alr.ai-ministere- Is prepared to do any and al) leJanIa Louisvilh Dsntal Ce. T HrOA5iK rhn I sgupiCM-- making Cnlilnel siz ehi-nne- Unrtfuril, KiiaranlrtinuMill - H. cr. SCH , OS X 3;k. ssartfexd., 2Cy. OWEflSBORO, ICY. , . . $s to $j Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ot teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) v- - $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling , t , 750 Uxtractlnf, pet tooth . , . . , , jc Painless extracting with Vitalized -Air 50c nxtractliip; tree when Artificial Tceih are ordeted, Office permanent. Iv Ineattd 4WM .- -t. Jf. S'S'liiiSLlLLIEE AKTD W VV h -- n- SII0RTHM) 5th ami Mark. Sts. INSTITUTE '. to s S. E, Cor. AOut Loulsvillo.-Ky- . if - tlielK't fr Up ..... prhilirM liHliiiai; In SHORT Silrcrpa anirwl In TYPilWUiriNO hhI HOOK UIMJI'lNO OirTIONS PupiW mlM,d'to T tnij miK.tiii'' THKKlt MONTII't. ipliets PRl.l Oi' tti ihikh m" lienc"'i'ptteit HANI) THrXTtTEllGG C3XX OTJl SE4X. ftn'r t ... .!.. . WC HAVE I consumer at wnoleesle prices tfblpsnrwlierelor aiamtnaUon bafure. sale. Ilv.rvtlias . vrarranted. but sail dliMt to tb. lunii-he- CHAKGK WJ.TII- '-' -- . ..- i IfJJaU OOstflasofIHararee.At 7!ea saiaina Madetas, VfrltaforAsiali , . vv.l,M. uuarriaisi, , eLKllAttT. M W.B PlUTT.Seer. 'A6tSitm0tltittSAkmMt - .w .......mw. ., mm., tt: Jft h tA-.- . ,W Mkntl M- I