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THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE ' IstmUnUp fe. scUsaJal lajuriss, Write lo T, fl, Qvwciti Unmet 1M, Chicago, Btcrr Ury of the Bli AccnifNi Court XT, far Infarnutlat rtftriilir Accident Iniur. j Minttoa this paper. eaa mt ly so dolor paid ow 000,000 00 foi Su The Haeteo OFFICIAL QR&AK OF THE PARTY IN Eepublioae ?U FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. SILVER OR GQLE, Better than oithoriaa health liver. If tho liver is 0. K. tl.9 man is 0. K. His blood is kopt puro, his digestion perfect, and lio can enjoy lifo and act intelligently and patiently upon tho questions of tho day. You all know what to take. You have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator ni Be your own Agent. MB MMDICU, KXAUIIUTIOX RItQUIHB. VOL. X. HAltTFOKD, KY., FRI'DAY, OCTOBER 30,1896. A NO. J 4. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ftor pearly XE-A.X-J- ?'' DELKER i H-A.T7-- 0 PQ a P lOO I3 OeDOLt. "taa.0 Illinois Qentral ft. ft. UiBcient Double Daily Service from Cincinnati mid l,oiiisvillc to Fan Has through passenger trnlns and Baton Kouge nnd Katclnr.. La . Utile , Rock and Hot Springs, Ark , W Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston nudS.iit Antonio, Tex., uud points oa the Pa- clfic Const It also lms t'uouijli trains nnd fast efficient d mole dally service from New Orleans. Jackson, Memphis and points South and West on its owu counectmg lines to In connection with the n O. & S W. to Louisville, reachiuc direct or mak(or principal ing cloe connections points 0U5H & On its own and connecting lines, Vlckburg and Jackson, Miss , Memphis & few Orleans wess iniinnaii, ociisville, Chicago & t. Coais with Making direct connections through trains lor .ill points NORTH I.ouis, Chiand WKST including St cago, Btifialo, Pittsburg. Cleveland, Boston, New York. Philadelphia. Baltimore nnd Richmond. Solid vostlbtilo trains, through Pullman Buffot Sloopincrcars, Through froo roollnlng chair Srnionn. During the flat money ruul unlimited paper currency excitement of )s"7 Mr. lieeelicr ilclhercU n famous bcriuon on Thanksgiving ofithal year on the perils of thutluy. In ltaie uied this language: "Wlicneu-fnj nu tuition there is P uvh on attempt to tamper with stand-Old- s tlUl the moral MUike of mnii Is bewildered and liberty is given to unprincipled men nt lHTgc to client, to be unfaithful to obligations, to refuse the JitiurM fiii.t IN IiiiiiI. payment of honest dobts whenever -irSSuSLlO. 3E3CE3XJ23 There was quite and interesting that tuXes place1, It Is nil the woiso if done with the pel allusion of the law, at the court house Monday night I hnte tho devil riding on n law worse between Ollie James, of Crittenden 0 than I do the devil riding without a county, representing the silver side law under him. Whoever tampers with cntnbllslied standards tampers with tho and John I'e land, Jr., ofthis city, very marrow- - nnd vitality of public the gold standard. Both faith. The danger Into which ol these young men arc giants in wo nre running Is hidden under the their way.but their waysare as widely d mystery of finance nnd the currency. All nvency Is but airepreoentatlve of apart as the rising and the setting o sun. property. A4ow, By facility of all the world la one open mar Mr. Jame3' fort Is burlesque and ket, thotiert of ononnd the Fame stand-ar- course wit. He would make an ex- of money, uniform, universal and c:llentend man for a ministrel show. unnlternbly becomes lincrIoun, "Oold Is the world'a standard. Gold j It is ridiculous for a man to get up Is the universal! measure of value. Other before nn intelligent audience, when hinds of money there are Rllver, cop- questions of so much importance ate per, paper but thoy all must conform to gold nnd bo niensiux-- by It and be before the people for their decision, Interchangeable with It, In Dxed ond and spend his time in burlesque. It C9 definite proportions. Oold Is king Iu is not entertainment the people are commerce. AH other money must rep- after when .they go to a political gold. Jfo vote of legislature can resent change tho nature of commerce, tha meeting, but they want instruct nature of property, the nature of IU tion; and the man who occupies representative In money or the relative his time In a political discussion in Bupcrlority or Inferiority of different telling anecdotes and burlesqueing FOR CATALOG I K(Currencies. Oold came to Its supremacy on n representative of property by the his opponents is not true to the best consent of mankind. interests of his country. Congress ennnot change It for the That was an insult to every true world, nor even for thl nation, except Christian in the audience, nay, to upon .aBt transactions. It may glvo God himself when he said that if he Impunity to men to chcot confiding creditors, but It cannot rule the valued were in heaven he would tell God to currency In nil future transactions. nail down the throne or the gold "The crime of puyfiur a debt In a cur- bugs would steal It and coin it into rency Inferior In value to that In which to buy bonds with. Stealing It wns contracted, base at all times and dollars Ollie James advising God I nnywlicre, hn n deeper guilt and a in him! bnner Infamy In our case. When In our Has it at last come to this? Is nothrnortnl struggle capitalists were solicit- ing to sacred for the Popocrats to ed to lend their money to ua on the faith drag down into their dirty political of the nation, wc were too glad, most grateful, fortheJrnld. Thenthcywcro discussions? lAdvise God to nail down not graiping nnd swollen usurcru. Oh, the thronel Now, wasn,t that an arWo re- gument? no! They were benefactors. He said there were always i joiced In their bounty and gave thanks some fools in every audience he adfor their confiding faith In our national houcnty. Now, our dangers past, we dressed. And from the applause that " lvvlle them, finding no epithets too vio- that expression brought forth, there ' WHY BUSINESS IS BAD. f 71 . ? lent, nnd strive to pay them, not gold must have been quite a number at the r iihmMh f.ir the gold they lent our misery, but Court House Monday night. In a dishonest mcasuro of nn Inferior Mr. Feland made nn argument that metal. "In the court of the commercial was sound to the core. He appealed world's conscience wc shall be convict- to his hearers to throw aside all prejed of endeavoring to cheat tho men who udice and study the present situation came to our rescue In the dark day. t tits congress would not uave existed, calmly and dispasionately, and then nor any government of tho United vote as patriots, regardless of party Stat"s, but for thentrcngthglven toour or party bosses finch side, as usual nrmlps by foreign capitalists, nnd now in debates, claims the victory. to return their nld by n base treachery Hopkinsville Banner. Is to drvrvo nn infumy na deep ns the lowest depths of hell. Hut woe to those Tlin Discovery Nv(l Ilia Life. mm. withouteyee.whoor'e Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, attempting to undermine the Integrity and simplicity of Uio nation." 1H., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was Wheat, Cotton nnd fil!vt. Whllo Bryan Is teleprophmg tbo New taken with La Grippe and tried all York .lotinml tha Htiio gold sUwdard the physicians for miles about, but of makes a dearer dollar, a dearer dollar means falling prices, and falling prices no avail and was given np and told I 'wean hard times," the prlora of wheat, could not live. Having Dr. King's icorn nnd cotton two going- up, and the New Discovery in my store I sent for prlco of silver, tho supposed barometer bottle and began its use and from of prices of farm products, la going a the first dose began to get better, and .down. The mcio proopectof BnllTcrstnnartl Is driving capital nwny from us and la after using three bottles was up and making tiinoi InnL If we wish Investors, manufac tutors, ti&ilcrs, etc, to risk about again, It is worth its weight tholr coiltal In ou country, wo must chain up oar free silver nnd repudiation, in gold. Wewon't keet store or house dogs. Of oourso, If wo wish to alienate ourselves from the rest of tho coinmor-cl- al without it." Get a ftee ttial at Willworld, wo will lot looeo theso natural enemies of capltsl and progress, and iams & Bell's Drug Store. tho doud It douc. REPUDIATION l'ort f lleur AND Ward llecclirr DISHONOR. llrat Higkcst of all in Leavening Power. .A. CB3"r"CJX5"S". wenisiikiB TPZISX j u 2 o MEmum E r A, Baking PnVI Powder wwesa de-ba- t: ABrO.WTEE.Y P&BE Pw 11 A Inter-couit- d I PiS 0 ESi2ac5.s 0230.6- - WRITE - Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from M(EUEUEI CI., HARTFORD, KY. orrr AnJf ricn' Buar.) Will practice thoir profession In alt the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining coiua-lic- s, Nomell-lni- : and oourt of Appeals. Special to Know, It may be worth something to attention given collections. Also know that Uip very best medicine for Notary Public for Ohio county. restoring the tired oat nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely AW vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomachc, gently IIAKTFOBD, KT. stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, Will practice his profession in Ofcio and aids these organs in throwing oS and adjoining ot counties, and impurities in the blood. Electric Appeals. Special attention oourt ! given Bitters improves the appetite, aids collecrionji. Office oast sldo of pub' digestion, aud is pronounced by square. I those who have tried it as the very M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. best blood puriGcr and nerve tonic. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Try it. Sold for soc or fi.oo per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. HARTFORD, KY. (Office, self reliant yet never aggressivs; a girl more often beautiful than otherwise, for beauty is the divine right of every woman properly bred and nourished. She is well groomed nnd dressed, unconsciously expressing her harmony of thought in harmony of though in harmony ol appearance. She is a loviug, lovable girl, with a splendid capacity lor romance; but none for "sentimentalism." She is the newest growth of a new country and exponent oi the freshest and strongest civilization In existence. From Mary Amiable Fanton, in Demorest's Magazine for November. For years you and your fathers have found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been put up only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Tuko nono but tho genuine It has th" Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper, and nothing olsa is tho samo, ami nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL tJARD. Jls,N.Jlenli, J.N. II. LAWYERS, GLENN & WEDDING. TTB1IY JT KtforneysatLaw Attorney at Law Beavkh Dam, Ky. MANUFAOTURES, ccL2ii&X302Ji2"y . ft." Beav-ersvill- e, "Per Capita." f money the Bryaailta wmt. 2Iow, which nations have tha moat money those with tie gold standaud or thoee with the silver bttmdurd? Tho sllvcritca arc fond of talking about per capita circulation. Under free coinage of both gold and allver tho United States hod a per capita circulation In 1800 of $4.00, la 1683 of $8X0, In 1852 of $14.C3, In 1878 of 918.19. In 1804 we had a per capita of $248 tu 1894 wa have one of $31.10. Tho per capita, circulation of the . world Is The per capita of tho gold standard coantrtea 1a $18. The per capita of tb silver standard oountrlca Is nearly $4.80. The gold standard countries have a per capita of silver alone of (.40. The silver standard ootmtrlcn havo a per onpitn. of silver of $3.32, tho refit of then- - small circulation being mainly depreciated paper. The gold standard countries, with d leas than of tbo world's population, have very nearly of the world's currency circulation. And yet Mr. Bryan wculd talco tha United States from tha gold standard' nndplaco It upon the .silver standartt It fa mora Perry Westorfiefd, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profeisiou in all the courts of Ohio aad adjoiuinc counties. Aho Notary Public. Office, tu Coramercial.IJ.otel. E. It. WEDDING Haktford, Ky. about-56.15- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. one-thir- Will practice his nrofecrion in nil th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties uucuuuu win oo Kiven to a business entrusted to his care. Cnl loctions a specialty. Ofrioo over OiA) County Rank. Also Notary Publw. "'' two-thir- 3EJ. qEf. ITIESLfiLXj: T HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his jwofossioo in th Courts of Ohio aad adjoining coxm-ti- e. Special attention given to eel lections. ODco in Courthouse. "" . Xtoufevlllo Coiirler-Journa- L Attorney at JCaw, . (Comity Attorrxy) - pHWfILvlSTTvy Cars. BHY OPK ITS TROLLEY. UNION. Particulars of your local railroad ticket ugent A. II. Hanson, G.P.A , Chicago. AL Ken-Uky- W.A.KW.LOND.A G I'.A. Louisville. or women to trttel for . responsible eatablished houie in Salary $780, payable $15 I'osition weakly aad ezpenaca. Kalerenc. Uucloied self-addtaed Hauiped earelnpe. The antioatl, Star Building, Chictjo. ia a WAMTUT-3KVER- ta w Bryan must domodlfy his farm product speeches or ho will have to foca "What about wlieat nnd cotton? Aro their priatgo-In-g up In sympathy w Ith, silver or of a Kborbigu of foreign crops? What connection In there, anyway, between tho prices of farm products and of aUverr Of course Bryan can answar all such questions. In fact they aro "dead easy"' for a, powerful man who can lift the prlco of all tho silver In tho world to twtoo Its preaent height, but It la just ns well to avoid all unnecessary embar' rassment. A Vow l'nctl. In 1878 farm' products wwe lower than ev or beforu tlneo tho civil war, and tho "greeubackcrs" were arguing that tho preparation for resumption on January 1, 1870, had produced tho liard times, and tholr advocates tried to postpone tho date for resumption. But resumption cumo January 1, 1670, and No. U canti wheat void ntEt( by May it was up to $1 .01, otul by December, 18T0, It was up to $1.33, Corn was 0 In January, 1679, but In December, 1870, 16 was 43. Such facts need to bo borno in mind at this time, when so many falsa thcorica ure afloat. ....If a merchant marks up his prices ami people refuso to buy, hoetlll lias his goods. If a worklngmau undertakes to mark up his vvagv-- s and employers to pay, whero is ho? What Intelligent con vote for priced of cheaper money and trust to luck to inercaso hlo wages prowage-caruer Huch hard questions nst istrrnt dam h. k. timk TAni.r. WHST BOUND. 7:16 a. m 11:43 a. m. 3: j p. 111. . . lNt Mall AeaoMrnodatlon Freight vlhAaMaodatioa r Ofloaai Limited YTay N-rHAST-llOUN- Mrs. Nettle Hocker has bad a relapse and is still sick. Gustie Cooper has pneumonia and whooplngcough. There nre several out of school ou account ol whoopWages Oo Cp Blowtrt lngcough. Every cheap money experiment aver Died at his home near here of contried In tills or any other country has gestive chill, Mr. James Johnson. demonstrated thnt,whlle prices respond He leaves a wife and two children, an quickly to changes In the vdlao of wages respond hut slowly, aged father and a host ol frieuds to money, though wages appear to rlsa ricnco, mourn his loss. when currency In depreciating, they ares The Teachers Association which ha reality falling. The difference in was held at this place last Saturday rapidity with which wages and price go up has been illustrated by week was poorly attended, but those going up In elevators, while wagesprloei walk present seemed enthusiastic in their up tne stair steps. It Is oectaln that always lose and never work. Prof. Shult gave a good talk on the behalf of the assochtlon and gain by being paid in a depreciated or QeprooiflUntf currency. how to make it a success. S B F. wagw-earnc- rs Tlrttlih BUtob. Edward Atkinson caila attention to a foot apparently overlooked by Mr. Bryan In his denunciation of "British' pold" that British owners now hold 'a large part of the stiver stook of this country and nearly oil tho productive silver mines of the world elsewhere. Mr. Atkinson quotes the report of ona British mining company which has paid, Its shareholders In tbo past eight yean over $40,000,000 profits on a capital of less than $2,000,000, In spite of tho prevailing low price of silver. Such a company could afford to pay handsomely to havo Its pronts further Increased. But of course tWo ere do contributions of "British silvsr" to this campaign. Philadelphia Times. Aliorney at haw HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offioo North sido of public square. I'1' JNO. B. WILSON, frimx col given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to Ac., making Attorney at Iaw Hautfoud, ICy. H. B. LEESIMMERMAN, Will practice his profession in all Iks Courts of Ohio and adjoining countrn Collodions carefully and promptly attended to. Office- wrth T. J. SsaKh A Co., Market Street. - Or.. J-- i. amaer Firsts, VT.CKERS, SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat EVANSVILLE, IND. Office 416 Upp. 8:18 p. 111. 11:22 p. m. 4:33 a. in, a. in. a. tu. 1:19 p. iu. 7:30 p HI. D. CfaelauaU Liiaited y ' AeiniMiiaodatioa Way AciciHBiodation , )feM Well .... j:a . Frsht ... .... I . 4- .- . ....-,- ., - THE FREE COfNAGE HOLD UP. Kll nnd Clinnncry. "I was talking one day. with Mr, Depew about demand and supply," writes EH Perkins. "I said the price ol any commodity Is always controllsupply." ed by the demand "Not always, Eli," said Depew; ''demand aud supply don't always govern prices. Business tact some- Cancer Oi the Breast. Mr. A. H. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St., Memphis, Tenn., says that his wife paid no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast, but it soon developed into a cancer of the worst type, and notwithstanding the treatment of the best physicians, it continued to spread and grow rapidly, eating two holes in her breast. The doctors soon prononncea A her incurable. celebrated New York specialist then treated her, but she continued to grow worse and when informed that both her aunt and grandmother bad died from cancer he gave the case up as hopeless. Someone then re1 commended S.S.S. and though little hope remained, she begun it, and an improvement was noticed. Thecancercommencedtohealand when she had taken several bottles it disappeared entirely, and although several years have elapsed, not a sign of the disease has ever returned. Xy-F- Attorney at Law, Hhktfoiid, Ky., TUi practice and adjoining given In his care. building. J.B. lib prolessfon nd iu Ohio counties. Special to all bimuc-e- entrusted Office iu Rbi'Uulicax Hailtw UmitiCK, Agt. , medical refereac I'rbk book to any person afflicted with. any special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Address the e lrrBaiil. leading physicians aad surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway & Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 43-- 7. ' jAB&rtoci&3effl&& Stmjdffjr jmsm Trv ' To be dragged down to nn ently gmve by the neglect ol a trivial ailment is not an enviable futc, and yet thousands submit to thlsute without a sttuggle. People cannot learn too soon that coughs ami colds and affections of the throat and chest cannot be safely neglected. The most fatnl disease known to physicians have their Inception in these dlshoidcra. Itilseaiyto cure a cold. It is impossible to cure consumption One follows the other as surely as night follows day. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a sure cure fdr coughs, colds, throat and chest troubles, Druggists sell it, For sale by Z, Wayne Grlffln St Bro. Wanted-- An .nn. LldA.t thr M.r i WteftMn2, fZiMnHAtrfV ttrln v eu wulik,-7. 1JL. .ivni. write r4i'afuiin m t nwai .tmMrs Wututa, l. O. for Ih.lr (l,an prlu Mtf Idea of Wko out lU&k loni slupto 1. '.i.., Vote early, Polls closeat4 o'clock times governs thera." "When," I asked, "did an instance ever occur when the price did not depend on demand and supply?" "Well," said Mr. Depew, "the other day I stepped up to a German butcher, aud out ol curiosity asked: " What's the price of sausages?' " " 'Dvvcnty cends a bound.' he said. " 'You asked twenty five this morning I teplled, " 'Ya, dot vos ven I had some Now I ain't got none, I sell him for dwenty cends, Dot makes me a tor selling cheab uud I don't portionately? lose noddlngs,' "Be regular and punctual in nil "You see,"sald Mr. Depew, laugh-- . Ing, "I didn't want any sausage, and things" was one of the old maxims, taught long ngo. The last is not for- the man didn't bnve any; no demaad nnd no supply, and still the price f gotten, but the first Is scarce rememsausage went down five ccuts." bered, so irregular is the life or most The Waterbuav. people nowaduys. The only corrector of this evil Is Simmons Liver RegThe Mew Ulrl. There Is a "new girl" ns well as a ulator, which keeps the liver active woman " She has not been nnd prevents the ills of irregular Hvs "new much talked about and she would log; Dyspepsia, Bltiousuess, Consti- not like to.be; bat she exists strong pation, etc. It also curesthesetroub-les- , of muscle and keen of Intellect, modest aad dignified; fearless yet tender; Attorneyatlaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all tho CourU ol Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Special atOflicu tention given to collections. with CouutT Attorney. Who tblak Wanted-- An Idea rr ftomo itmpln luiogioimifiur protect your l3ui thr mar trtoir you woalth. WrUt JOHN WKDliKKUUll.N ft CO . Patent can Attor-My- AEMISTEAD JONBS, a 1Mb Wn Mu ton, D. a. for thlr tl.Sw prUo oHr u iwu auuarea iutpuhuus vtuivu . Halt. No. 42, No. 41. daily West boaud2ST-'ll- y L. Louli vtllc . , . 7 56 a m 6 30 pat 7 55 L Brandenburg o L Irvlngton . . 9 49 8 58 . . to 28 LStephsnpott I,iiUTlU,lludruti A l Loals In MTmUdiiii I. nf (' ..9a! LClovarport LHaifMvllle ArMaaderson bound L Owansboro daily Ikit S.S.S. (jpiarunletd purtly vtgttabte) is a real blood remedy, and never falls L Hantutnon . , . 7 20 a in 2 5 p ui 3 5s L Owsnshoro . . , 8 2 to cure Cancer. Iiczeina, Rheumatism Scrofula, or any other blood disease. 4 53 L HawMville 9 25 dally will be mailed free to any Specific A Real Blood Remedy. uur . . 10 47 . . it is . . 12 1$ p . . 1 15 Vo 42, 9 18 mio II 9 44 4S 5S No, 44. uooks Swift Co., Atliuta Ga. sss LCloverpott L Stephenpott Llrvlnftton L Brandonburg Ar Louisville ... ... ....1118 9 50 5 17 . , 10 11 10 51 12 45 6 16 m 8 00 53s 639 " ffiy ""' c - fc Hartford Republican -- - ' Ir you own a silver mine it wi pay you to voto under tlio ronMer. tlio respectability of your family nml voto under the log cabiu. Poi'ULisT who voto under tlio rooster cndorso tlio soli out of Chairman IttM.l.AXIIKItftHK Bailor. tSoG. Subscription, $1.26 per yoar Frihav, OcroiiCKjo, Voir, for We nte nuthorlied to announce I'arkcr. JNO. D. I'iNLKY A a candidate (or the office of Juller If you want to put yourself on nn oi Ohio county, subject to the action equal with tlio Chinaman, vote the olthe Republican patty. looster ticket, China is n Ireo silver Bates and Tortus. country wages 10 cents per day. Subscriptions $1.25 per nniinm in advance. Ir you nrc getting too much wngc, Local notices 10c per line first in voto tho rooster ticket nud you will sertlon and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special ratea. certainly get them lowered. History Calls on candidates and political will prove this. Look at Mexico, n matter 10c per line. free silver country. Somk rowdies nttempted to break up Mr. Hrynn's parado in Chicago this week. This is wrong; they ought to let him nlnne, ho is making votes for McKm'ey every day. X Republican Ticket. t Tho country was prosperous until this same Dcmocrntie party debauched it, and if the Republican party is sucELECTION NOV. 3.1806. cessful in this struggle we will ngain have a prosperous and united people. I'or WILLIAM McKINLEY, If Bryan is elected we will have a . of Ohio. wide spread panic, disaster and Our workshops will be closed, Tor Vice I'rrMilmt. our wives and children will go half Tins Popocrats havo resorted to evGARRETT A. H013AHT, starved, and, as the free silver leaders in order to win erything imaginable of New Jersey. say, the tide oiciviiizatiou will be set in this campaign. They have tried back twenty years. Vote intelligentto keep the truth from being told, for ('onerr. ly; vote for home, vote for your home JOHN W. LEWIS. when they knew they had nothing to people, but for God's sake don't vote From 4th District of Kentucky. They aro support their pet theory. to enrich tho greatest trust in the now ready to boast that they have ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY.. Voto tho captured the Populist voto solid. world tho silver trust. At Large 0. S. Deniing, Mt. OliRepublican ticket, go home, kiss They have said everything mean they vet. loved ones, nnd ask a blessing could think of against the men who your At Large S. H. Kasb, Manchesfrom Him who rules the universe for fought to save the country; they ter. First District W. S. Mason, of have condemned them from almost guiding you right in this matter. Mayfield. every stump in the county, becauso Second District George H. Tow-er- y, they are intelligent men and are goof Dixon. F. Taylor, of ing to vote the Republican ticket. Third District-- J. TnK Jlerald never denied failing to publish a notice of the Sound Mn ey meeting nt Rockport. They have tried to supprees free speech, nnd by failing to publish that notice they put themselves on record as not being in favor of freo speech. dire-want- And tho Herald and its gang the hoodlum element who disturbed Mr. Carlisle nt Coviugtou by not coining out and condemning them. That Covingtou outrago is the. Chicago platform iu operation. S3SB STTM' Buroitc this paper is Issued again IT HAS CHANGED. By It, wo mean tho esteemed Hart tlio election will liavo como nud gone, ford Herald. Our beloved content" tho people- will havo passed on nn impnrary is straining its whole- energies portant question, one that perhaps towards tho election of Bryan aud the It success of free nnd unlimited coinngo will rule the country for years. is yet time to study the question of silver nt tlio ratio of IU to 1 In Tho wolfaro lookiugovcr some editorials clipped and voto intelligently. of the country is at stake, tho life and from past issues of our neighbor, we fell upon enc entitled, "A word to tho liberty of those who nro near and tho Press of LouisvilleThis was dear to you aro brought directly to in itsissuo of September 1, 1995. Free silver, tho front in this lilit. In that editorial tho Jlerald makes free not and the suppression of freo this interesting remark: speech, havo been tho battle cry of "The Herald has never iolued iu this cam- the demand so widely reported for the the Bryauitcs throughout unlimited coinage ot paign, nnd should that party bo suc- free nnd the ratio of 16 to 1, silver at cessful we may oxpectnll these things because we have ncver.bcen convinced, Mr. Bryan to b" carried into effect. thai this law would remedy the evils silver we will says if we have freo which we know to cxiil. Jf we thought, have a panic; Mr. McKinley says if as many of the bctl mm in Kentucky do wo cap get this question uttlctl right, think, that the evil could be exlirpatfd, the workshops will be opened in d we thauldtmvc no haitancy in taking iij) prosperous times will certainly follow. is tho thefghtforiileer.'' Which do we want? That What confidence can bo restored In questions. There are only two quesa paper which one year ago was not tions to be decided. If you want less work nud less pay, vote for Byyan, for freo coinage, but is now nil its power for free coinbut if you want more work, better age? Was tho Ihrald right iu 1895, make nn honprices nud a cbauce to est living vote tho Republican ticket. or is it right iu 189G? - rare .,... urea. 3oiuc of us uiay be mistaken In our view 1, let us all pray for the right followed by peace and prosperiW. V. Lono ty. L.JWf...gMffti,-rWTMa?.,,,,- w Hon. S. E. Smith, delegate to the Nallcpublicfin tional Convention speak at the will " Court to- House at 2 p. m. morrow. scream-ing.wit- h Hon. S. E. Smith, the greatest colored orator in Kentucky, will speak at the Court House to-morr- at 2 p. in. well-know- n 1 Among the Republican speakers who will take part In the big rally at Kordsville on October 3 is Col. John A.Joyce, ol Washington. Col. Joyce arrived in the city to day. been born in the county of Bath. He is a itroug, forcible talker. It is quite likely that he will be given other dates in the State. Buy your Hats at Carson & Co's. Glasfew. Voters desiring to keep in the Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, of Hartford. and vote only for Fifth District Charles S. Stiglitz, Bryan and Watson and Durham can of Louisville. dose by stamping their ballot under Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of the Plow and Hammer, which will Warsaw. Soventh District John L. Bosley, count for Mr. Durham for Congress of Paris. and then going to the rooster column Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, and stamping in the small square just f Nicholasville. of J. C. Ninth Distriet Robert Buckley, of to the right of the name Feourxoy aud W. R. Browdeb. Mt. Olivet Tenth District J. B. Marcum, of Mr. Flournoy's name will bo the aokson. third name in the rooster column, Eleventh District H. G. Trimble, while Mr. Browder's will be the fifth f Somerset. name in the same column and if an n' mi Vote the log cabin ticket and you X mark is staaped in the small square just to the right of those two will uphold your country. names they will be counted for Bryan Votu the log cabin ticket and voto and Watson only, and Sewell will to make your wife and children a not be in it. middle-of-the-ro- REPUBLICAN DEVICE. ?r4) f3 ., A IIoxuk Clirnliir. "Too rich for their blood," is the heading of a boguscircular letter uow being scattered over this county by Topocrats. This base forgcrv, seems to be late In readilng our county and wc arc surprised at this late hour to see our Topocratlc friends trying to get this old lie off as something new. The truth of the business is, there is no No. n Wall St. Iu New York nor can anyone by the name of J Praucls Forsythe be found on Wall Street or any other street In New York. This matter has been thoroughly investigated by the National Republican Committee which besides finding that there was uo J. l'rancis Forsythe ) also found that to have a No, 1 Wall Street the building would have to be nearly two thirds of the way across East Kiver. This bogus circular which claims to be "bona fide" nnd "no fake" hears no date, is signed by nobody and no one is responsible for its contents. It also says the Deuver Post nnd Fott Wayne Euquiicrestnblishtd its anuthenticity last week This is a mere assertion andif read 3 months ago or in 10 years from now it would appear as something fresh, as it bears no date and as staled belore is signed by nobody and nobody Is responsible for nnything it says. Said circular also states that there is nut n labor newspaper in the U S. that is supporting McKinley. This is another lie for which no one is responsible as no one says so by signing the circular. In fact the whole circular is nothing but a system ol campaign lying used proposely to delude and blind the honest voter. The truth is thousands of labor organizations arc doing all they possibly can to elest McKinley, lor having been fooled aud thrown out of work by the free trade fallacy of 4 years ago, they are no.v striving to open up the coal mines, mills, factories, foutideries 1 nnd furnaces, and will do so by cist-intheir ballots for Wm. McKinley. Hon. T. V. Powderly, the tormer General master workman in addressing a mass meeting of wage enrmrs iu New York said: '"It has been said that platforms count for but little, and that men stand for everyg To the voters of Oho county we When you vote under the rooster would say that we have just interyou vote to put yourself on a level viewed County Chairman Gibson, of with Mexico. the Republican committee, aud he assures us that a revision of the poll of Ir you are in favor of good govern- Ohio county just completed places it ment, vote early and vote under the in the McKinley column by a hand, log cabin. some majority and that many new Ir you want your money good, converts are being daily added. To If you this we will add that Mr. Gibion vote under tho log cabin. want cheap m oney vote under the knows what he is talking about, as he has had a pall mode threo times withrooster. in tho past four weeks and h in diMil. Pabkek is now playing into rect communication with every prethe hands of the Democratic manag- cinct nearly every day. Voter, if ers nnd has sold the principles of his you desiie to be on the winning side, party to that organization. get there by going to the polls early if next Tuesday morning, by stamping SruDV the question well and ballot in the largo square emyou want to be honest with yourself, your bracing the log cabin. vote under the log cabin. It you are iu favor of riot and mobs, vote Some mud slinging politicians under tho rooster. around Hartford have been nttempt-io- g to criticize seme of tho actions cf Wiu. tho Populists who are honest in their convictions he sold out like tho Hon. Jno. W.. Lewis while he Wo cattle in order to benefit Mr. Parker? was in Congress last winter voto tinder the rooster they notice that tho same men who are If they thus villifying Mr. Lewis are tho very endorse Mr Parker's action. men who last winter were asking him Suca mobs as tho Coiugton disi to help them in getting an approprigrace is only tho outgrowth of the ation for Rough River. How unIt proves conclu- grateful they must be. The approCUicago platform. sively that they are iu favor of anpriation wns secured, all we asked archy, repudiation, suppression of tor, and these same fellows who will fico speech and are no good to any- reccvo tho greatest benefit aro now one. Will the people tolerate such, working against Mr. Lewis from a if not they will stamp their ballot un- partisan staudpnint, God deliver us der tho log cabin. from such hyppocritical fellows. Mr. Lewis hni mudo us the best CongressTwo weeks ago we asked the Questions, man we havo ever had and deserves plain questions. the endoisement of hi people so that which, if they answered truthfully, tho work ho has begun may be finwould liavo taken nil their argument ished. The people of Ohio county They have nover away from them. especially owe it to him, they owe it which to themselves to voto for him. tried to answer tho questions, shows clearly that they do not beTin: Popocratie managers of Ohio lieve what they are preaching. They to deceive county showed thelrlovo fur tlio Popuare wrong and are trying list in tho Special Election last spring. tho people. They havo been presummuch on the ignorance of tho If thoy had supported Mr. Render, ing voters, who are much better informed the Populist, ho would have defeated Dr. James, but they would not do it. than tho boss editors of tho Ikiahl, What aro they doing now? They are Wj:m., well, Mr. Leo 1$. Slovens begging and pleading with tho Popuconies out in card in the Jferald nud lists to ho'p them foist upin tho Bays he nover told tho editor of Tm: American people something that they RiU'unucAN about tho FordsviUo do not believo to bo right. They Rally. Last Thursday morning Mr. have always abused tho Populists u Stovend was iu our uilico looking over every occasion that prcbcuted itself, our exchange?, and brought up tho and now deep down in their hearts conversation, and he was asked by they hato the Populists worsu than viow of tuey j0 Republicans, but they aro the editor for a tho FordsviUo Rally, but ho was not now begging, thoy aro pleading for asked anything about it until after ho tn0 Populist vote. Will they get it? hud called attention to tho lio of the Jr tho Populistare willmgto bo traded JprnMhi saying there weie 1,500 in 0(j Hko cattle, they will support the We fay thai ho did rooster ticket, if not thoy will spurn that parade. tell us tho oxact woids as weio used their falso friends aud tarn with week and now ho denies it and j Intty j,um ,lem The Democratic It Will liavo 10 kuuu, ami w iwtvu 11 Uvo l.,mL,lt tl1B i,.,...,. n. to tho public- to say who has lied tho Populists party and now expect iar tho rank and Moot" that party to be delivered as it they were stock being I I bOKts nhlKt Alt list rH3. UtCuulitt;riti. Taatratluul. Um I Th so are quev driven 'n market. it, ui.wjuifc in uiiiu. HJflgusM tii iif In ho studied, 7er-rtWso- home. Place the X inside the square under the Log Cabin. to 11 an ' ilia-la- st .,.., I10KtllUll According to Mr. Bryan Mr Carlisle is an enemy ofmankiud, a traitor to his country. Senator Tillman and Gov. Altgeld both expresses Mr Bryan's theories in even more, but worse language, and Mt. Blackburn, I would not quote him without utterances from leaders, it is not surprising that people will attempt to wreck veugence on the authors of all their troubles e cry day to Mr. Bryan, and the very first out break i3 to stifile free speech; to strike nt once vot- grand work of our free institutions-freed- the om of speech. ' The silver leaders no doubt regret the afiair but they cannot escape the to- responsibilities therefrom, The vicious and weakminded hoodlums who perpetrated the otitiage wete but puttinp, into duds thp opinions of thrlr leaders. Ilryn' i:irlnni Tiiii III 4'Hll Bit;,, The bugging !ws brcn sni ill, It a. Hr, Paducaii, Ky Oct. 26 1896. will injure uo one, but it should When in this city two wveks ago arose the American people to a Gen. Adam E. King Republican elec- sense ot the great danger impending tor at large ot Maryland said tint the and give these talse prophet' Mich a time would coma though Mr Bryan rebuke that uo one will again dare to may not live to see it when the doc-- . make political capital by discrediting trineheis spreading wherever he goes ' our institutions and by Inflaming the would result In dire disaster to the pissions of the people, It is a great country when class will tise against ' pity that some of our politicians have class and revolution with all its terrl-- ' not studied the pro vet lis of Solomon ble consequences will be the result. Instead of lleleingsale, &c The writer with a great unny others j The election is soon to be over ' thought the picture painted was too with and let all men remember that ' dark and that the speaker had not ' we will have to submit tothedicls. given the sti'iject that uttention he ion reached by a m ijultv, remember should or did not have that confidence that your nclsihborhis thesame privs in his fellow man which we have. lege you Invu, Gold and silver is nut the action ut the h od'unis of the Lord's funney, he will settle It Covington Thursday night was one He says we cannot have two iura.1 Misses Anna McKenney nnd Lum-mi- e Coots entered School Monday alter a protracted nbsence. Mis3 Lola Stevens visited her parents iu II irtlord S iturd ly and Sunday, Miss Mollie Martin who has been quite ill for several days went to her home in Hoi ton Monday. Messrs. C. M. Taylor and C. P. Austin were in Louisville Wednesday Attyk. to hear Carlisle. of the first results of this dangerous doctrine. I do not believe those ruffians were acting under instructions Rev. O. M. Wilson filled his rcgu-la- r from the free silver leader, but they appointment here Snday and were merely putting into practice the Sunday night. idea ol their leaders. The inevitable Master Willie Monroe has been result of uncoutrolable freedom is the quite ill for several days Unbti-dieworst sort ot proscription. Prof. J. R. Snyder nnd Mr. Roller license means lawlessness. were In Bowling Green Saturday. Mr. Bryan teaches that the gold Mr. I. P. Barnard. Louisville, has standard men are enemies to man been in town this week. kind. He instills into the minds of Quite a number were In Hartford his hearers the idea that the people last Saturday to hear Hon. S. E. Hill of this great Republic nre divided inspeak. to classes and that there is a great Miss Alice Moris, Hartford, has gulf between them and that there is been visiting Miss Susie Stewart this a great part of our population ground week. down under the heel ol a desperMisses Sowders, and brother Julian ate tyrant as worthless aud as heartand Misses Lottie Barnard aud Bessie less as the aristocracy of wealth and Hocker went toMorgantown Tuesday that sucked the life blood from the to attend the rally there Wednesday. I'rench people but on the days of their The property of the late Mr. W. H. bloody revolution, when such murBlankenship was sold here Saturday. derous exercises were indulged in by Revs O. M. Wilson ind W. M. the people in the name of liberty. Likens spoke at the M. R. Ch urch He plays upon the passions arouslast Thursday night on "Temper-nuce.- " ed by enemy and enfiamed by want and desolatots. Excesses iu revoluMiss Fannie Barnes who has been tionary times are committed by the itl for some time is at herwmk again. hot headed, the reckless and the viMr. J. C. Williams has bought a cious, blinded by passion or igno-ranlot in town near the Railroad. they magnify their fancied or Miss Grade Smith spent Saturday real wiongs. and Sunday at her home in McHeury. d ee, BEAVER DAM. "i r thing in a contest like thU. If that be true, then the duty of the citizen and patriot is plain, for William McKinley stands peerless among statesmen and is n whole platform in himself." He also faid. "The proposi. tion that the silver dollar is the poor mans dollar is all gush." He said further. "The worlciugman is entitled to the best in the market." "The best it none too Rood lor me" &c &c. Yes, the nieahauics nnd laboring men are for McKinley nnd n dollar worth a dollar. They don't complain because their dollars buy too much. Farmers, docs your dollar buy too much when you go to the store to get your sugar, coffee, nails, hardware, plows, rakes, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, nud other necessities. Don't be humbugged. Yours truly, Think of it. W. A. Gibson, Ch'm'n. Rep. Co. Com. I . .IMInl. VOTERS. The Hnitfoid Herald last week contained nn nitlcle reflecting on the personal chnracter of Mrs McKinley An Eduontod Bnllotls tho Buland sa) ing she was n saloonkeeper. wark of ourRopubllo. To coricct the mistake we publish the following from the Western Wonder how much and what kind Christian Advocate, the leading pj-pof education those voters all over our of the M. K Church: state and county have, who have perMany good people have been diss sistently tiled to howl down speakers tressed by the statement, widely printand break up mcectlngs where citied, that Mrs. KcKiuley Is the owner zens have met to discuss and try to nnd received rent from premises in learn something ol the issues of the Canton which nrc occupied by n sn.' da ? Would also like to know some, loon; and thus Indirectly nt least, her thing olthe education of those citihusband Is responsible. We recallzens who have not only refused to ed thebltter accusation hurled against hear other party speakers than their Lady Somerset on similar grounds, own speaker, but have absolutely forand the tact subsequently ascertained own followers fiom hearbidden their that she had inherited the property ing same nud have also like a set of incumliercd by unexpired leases, over skulked around with n lew ol hyenas Believing which she had no control, their toughs demanded division of that something ol the kind lay hick nnd by hisses, yells and general time of till case, we wrote the Jtcv John rowdyism created disturbances so I Wilson, pastor of Simpson Methodthose who desire to hear could that ist Epl.scop.il Church, Cajiton, not. Wonder what kind ol education elder of the Cambridge those wire pulling bosses have who District, East Ohio Conference, nnJ ordered their voters to stay nt home secretary ol the Board of Trustees of every time n speaker representing the Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' some other party has been billed for Home, Xenin, 0,,from whom we rethat neighborhood nnd not to hear ceived, loth Inst., the following reWonbint under nnycircumstances? der furthermore if a billot cast by ply. "I went to sec the 'McKinley 5 such a class of voters as those above named that is the booses and wire loon.' Found that Mr. Sax ton, during his life, leased the aforesaid piece pullers nnd tho-'- e who obey their commands, would be callel by the author ol ground, unconditionally, for thirty years, nnd the partlis sub let it and ol the head of this article "nn educated billot." He certainly meant built n shanty on it for a saloon, and nothing ol that kind reader, what the lease has yet two years to run bekind ol n bulwark would our grand fore it comes into the hands of Mrs. McKinley nnd the Saxtyu heirs, nnd, Republic have if trusted in the hands of such a class ol citizens and v iters consequently, she receives nothing ns have been described above? Would from it, and has nothing whatever to you be willing to trust your friends, do with it, much less the Major. your property or yourself in the Tlifte nrc the fuels about it, ns I clutches of such a gang? I dare say could get them." no, nnd I dare say further that many Il.w'i TlilaT ot these rioters and disturbers of pubWc oiler One Hundred Dollars Relic meetings leaders ol the gangs, ward for any case ot Catarh that canclaim to be "educated" men and that not be cured by Hnll.s Catarrh Cute. they nre educating voters so they can F.J CHKXKV&CO ,Props.,Toledo.O. We the undersigned, have known cast nn "educated ballot." The F J Cheney lor the last 15 years. writer has heard that Ohio county has numbers of these so called ed aud believe him perfectly honorable ueators, nnd knowing the teachings ' in nil business transactions, and finol such clas can but be harmful, I ancially nble to carry out nny obliga-- 1 now appeal to every good true, tried tions made by their firm. and loyal citizens to stop a moment West ": Truix, Wholesals Druggists, and see where wc ate drifting to. Toledo, O. Has the time arrived when a loyal citWnldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholeizen of yourown Stateor county can't sale Druggists, Toledo, O. come to your neighborhood to speak Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interwithout being disturbed hissed or innally, ncting directly upon the blood sulted by citizens of your own com- nnd mucous sutfnees of the system. munity by men who claim to be eduPrice 75c. per bottle. Sold by all cated men, men who claim to be repDruggists. Testimonials free. Hrlt'g family Pills are the host. resentative men, by men who have -m been honored by you by )our county State Superintendent Davidson has nud your State? It does seem tlint finished the pipers In the last State this is true yes too true, aud unless Examination for certificates to teach the loyal citizens nnd the christian In the common schools in the State, people halt in their mad career and nnd we find among the list the nnme Mr Hardin Craig, stop this tiotious proceeding a revolu- ol Hartford College. alormerstudent of Mr. Craig is a tion will be the result. May the brother of Mrs T L Griffin, of this place, and is n young man of extraorFather guide a 11 of us in the way ol right and of truth, and so ed- dinary habits. ucate us that we may in lact nnd in Urn. Mi, 1:. Illll'a Nprrrh. Gen Sam, E Hill spoke at the educated batruth be abletoca-t"a- n Court House Saturday evening to a llot" is the earnest desire of large crowd of the voters of Ohio Non I'AIJTUAN. county, while Mr. Parker, the Popu. Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey is dif- - list, stood on a goods box over iu the Irrent from nil other cough remedies. Park nnd rrowd m about It cures by allaying the infl uumation Gen, Hill's speech wms n .nt. i;iviu viiiic, nkicuiii, viui hiih So or 75 convincing argument for sound monvitality to the respiratory organs All diui.'Kis.t'sell it. For sale by ey. Mr. Parker, we understood, did Z. Wayne Gn(Iin & Bro. his cau-- e equal jiutice. ,1 1.11) er 11 111 1 He as About as transparent nnd stupid n the Popocrats have invented l during the present cauipalcu tul men or women to travel lot v being responsible cbtablished house in Kea-Inck- VVANTfiDniJVI5KAilITU- Sslary 5780. Hartford, Ky. Oct. 30, 1896. Hurrah! and Hurrah! A Gala day at Fordsville arranged for. A rousing Repubwill lican Kally be had at Eordsville, Ky., on Saturday, Oct. 3 1st, at which time tho voters will be addressed by Col. WARD R. SHERMAN, of Illinois. Cornet Bands have been engaged to furnish music and excursion rates on all Railroads havo been secured. . Arrangements will be perfected to enter- asserted iu the specchu) olGov. Matthews, of IndiaiiH, and the lesser Hoosierpolitici ms of the (reccoinagc faith. It Is that President Grant did not know what he was doing when he signed the act of 1873, which dropped the silver dollar Irom the coinage. Aside from the lact that the great General and statesman, unlike the financial political gymnast, Claude Matthews, not only knew nt all times just what he was doing, but also why he was doing it, it is hardly possible that Milthcws was ever so intimate with lilni ns to be informed of any exception to this rule, if any had occurcd. The assertion that the net of 1873 was passed secretly, when it was debated thrutigh two successive Con gresses; that it demonetized the sil ver dollars when there were none in circulation to demonetize, utid when there is not a w.jrd in the act which could diiuonetiz: tlism; an I, fin illy that President Grant, who signed the net, would give his signature to a law of the nature of which lw was i g norant, are n series of misrepresents tions so apparent and stupid til it tiny public man who utters them stamps Us: himself as elthera fool or a liar. weekly aud expenses. Position Relerence. Kuclowl stamjied eurelope. Tk National, Star HutUing, Ofalen. IWAjrreisjrymin payable $15 nt. ed SUU'f :i(rriGM. n worain In lh TJnIM Intaretted in lh Opium nml Whukr otlilU to have unn of mj bonki on thine di. A,,l" I''."; Wooll.y. AtUuU, U., Jox Mi, mil oi will Ixi lent foa .""i. in. I'rniirnm 01 Buford Teachers' Reading Circle to meet at Holbrook School House the second Saturday iu November: Welcome Address J. II. Barnes. Response W. R. Carson. The Intellect A. S Bennett. Sensibilities J. II. Barnes The Will W. R. Noon. The application of Carson. Psychology to school work J. L. Elmore. How to teach the Alphabet-La- ura Render. Recitation Georgia Hudson. Address, "Work the Law of our being" B. M. Tanner W. R. Causon, Ch'm'u. Amirrta Gri'RR, Sec'y. ip i Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A Convincing; Testimonial. Obllii'irj', Every colored er in Ohio county should hear Smith at the Court iiouso morrow. tain not less than 7,-00- ' people who will attehd from Ohio, BreckinGrayson, ridge, Daviess aud Hancock counties. It will bo the grandest political gathering and domonstrat i o n ever had ia Ohio county. Death is tcrtiole, although it is the door to the christian's perfect life, none the less it is dreaded; if it be the old or the weak that die there is sor row, but if it be the young, the beautiful and the good, how hard It seems, how almost wrong, yet iu time we it is well. hear the soft whisp-rs- , Such grief was lelc in this community when It was known that Isaac Dinlel. the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. I) intel, was dead. Isaac wasbotn June 21, 1876, and died September 14, He only lived eleven days af-t0 1896 he took sick. In his last hours he told his mother all was well with him Ills funeral was preached by Rev B. F Jenkins nt Bell's Run Church on the day following his denth and his remains laid to rest in the presence of a large congregation of relatives and friends. No man can say but what Ike was a good boyj no wonder the dear mother looks broken hearted and the tears steal sadly from the Mlier'a eyes when he talks of him nnd how lonesome his brothers nml sisters nrc, the r home is desoA Friisnd. late Remember the Rally at F'mWville K Miss Eua Kuiitz. yean I miffcrod from hoar trouble. During that tlnio I wo treated by flvo dlfferout physicians. Alt ot them claimed that I could not b. cured. I mi greatly troubled with thortneM of breath, palpitation and pain la the side. It I became eicltod, or eiortod myaelf In the leoat, the pain in my ildo became TeryBsrore. At g times It soemed a though rucUM trcr "For 19 lAout-in- tfwouA my td. Sometime In tfce mouth of November tut, I conmencediaklag DR. MILES' HEART CURE and alnco then I bare Improved atoodity. I can now sleep on my left side, something I had never been able to do before. I eon walk without bolog fatigued, aud am la nuh tMtr htaUh Vuut cwr Won, I would recommend alt sufferers from heart trouble to try Dr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without MISS ELLA KDUTZ, delay." US Wright St., Milwaukee, WU. T)r. Miles Tlcort Ouro Is sold on a posKtv guarantoe that the drat bottle wlU beneflu AUdrugglaUaellltatU, bottles for to. 0 Dr. Allies' Heart Cure R,$aU bftrc miiu jftuitk " a & Co's. 'ttVltW e Permanently Cured "I was troubled, a loiitf time, with Home-mad- yarn cox at Fair Drop. & Co'd. 1 PntH Wl WlTO BB llllllll OF THE SWIM. ' "lw',IM,,l,","M""""WW'"""i"""WiMIBiWWWiBWBMMlWMtoiWIIIIMIIIIII H ? 883 aWW AT TJ4E Cflntnii 0 . Oct. 17, J MM Canton the Ihihiv of William McKinley, ha sun many inirvolous event In this campaign, luit mine nlilth equileil Hint of today. .Mori- - mpii nml women mine peJnl train, mnrp delegation, more iiur-iiih-i- k nf loyalty to n.it ioiint honor, nunc uUiIWh.ih anil more I ioiim- - liy M.iJ MkIuii'i'j than mi imy pievlous wcr" the record of this seventeenth day of October. 1MKI 1'roiu iniiiulng tuitll night I he number of special 'lie '.lie slnnita nml rlicii of delegations, klflHKc of bands, the clittir nf uinfirni ubii ihc addresses of spokesuen iml nf .M.iJ McKinley wore heird. Nca'h 'M ears limuslit perhaps MiMhk) li ilf I lie italt'i of I'ihid'- - iiiii.i IM. uWMI Kii.'loy. w In. .Ml V, I..fl his home cirlr form stwrt nail. In tlic crli Oi toiler Air. ihiuhI in anxious throng at liU rol Ii'inc ,ni hi ri'tnrn, and fr.nu that tnuun-n- t unill inns after dnikncs lie van llir ei'iiltr of iillniitinii. thi recipient of honors innumerable .iml the dispells r of . Ihiiriniii ncniiuicuis ivniiii were tooelinl l with mark of Hie highest approval by i t,.. ,i ........ ...1.. ..I... 1........1 llll'lll. ......mimiiiu. it mi uriiiil Op PflTHlOTISp AT THE HOME OF MWWBI I" lllllll IIIHiaB 1 Ml l Will JIII1 mil rtlllll I JUJJJ Democrats Vie with Republicans in Honors to William McKinley. tin1 c'rrulnilon It would docreve tin clr.iimtlou of the iiinhtry, and Instead of glvlm us good, roui'.d 100 cent dollar, which we have con, they would niI in dolto do our bulr.es with ft lar a 'id brine ouim'Iios to ili tinandil VVe dcc!lnc C!,)lniV f1"'" f..M,l;Vc" h. A SINGLE DAY 1HE NATION'S CANDIDATE. " I Mute (.not .Mn. .llrKliilejr. Another lame and Intorctlntr delcna-tin- ii was made up of (simmerclal trmol-ers- , mostly from Uhhi aud adJoinliiR b) Mr states. They wire iiddicii-ci- l .McKinley as follows' MARYLAND'S FIVE BATTALIONS, "You Iiiii v dlsiiiiernl In the last four frin-j- . rimlKit tlmt Mstn In llw I'.irt) of J c.us that it is a Kood deal safer tu conYou hale sult markets than inaini. lliiiiiiftl iloiit)' unit rrotrrtinii. 'I'hi' Mar) land dolog'itlon, consisting dl.inorod that pikes current and actual experience in trade nnd comnicrcp are n of lie battalions, n totnl of JIOIKI men, than weu the first to got ii t lout ion. To them bitter guide to business prosperitybooks. nu.i thine )ou inn 11ml In the text .Mill. McKinley said: "Nnlhlng Ikik given me. Ill nil this Your i online together. Democrats mid In Wini alien, so iniu'li ploasuio and sails- - I.ipuhliiaiiM (a lolie: 'No Dvmouat but this crowd') well, once Democrats, Com-im; now preferring country to party. together as jou have Is nn act of ,', " IIV lime tifi pride in our qlonons J sterling patriotism hitherto almost und known in American politics, and ' rttfiW in fawrof free tprtcli, frte toil, only by considerations of the pub' lint these fur rv, frtt mtn ami fite convifuct, lic pood, the businessare ihariKterlstle and ioinmoril.il traits of U I Miff itml the grml majority vf our inoii of the country. do not attribute jour call tonnypcr-soua- l "I J tWirtuVitWfn art neither in furor of fret concern for my suiicss. You look prluil-piethe candidate the "7liV, frtt tilar or fiet Uncteunett, nor Ih'JoiiiI represents, andtoupon great ground s that he " pf tlimttfj jifopie in the Mcml name of and in that spirit jou lire here today, I address the same sfrtrilvm." Maj. McKisluv to I'iim- - ami in No people inspirit country tan jou lie the now. HI,nL'ritvtLiin, Oc--r. l.tli. IMH). T more interested in the result of the elecT -tion two weeks from nct Tuesdav than the commercial men of the United tr What jou want Is Stales. (Applause.) f iiutloM. an to fitl tliat tliv wnei'-i'iirneryou lime discovered that nf vlbi' I'uiintry nro for tlie mot iart business, nnd cannot sell if there is nobody to buy. iWWti'l In Hie iiiiiiD' fur nhkli wo .land. i nil liiH'rliik'.) I know Kaiiiotliltn; You h.ue suffered greatly the last three .jl'oh)iiKiNl touch of under the Ihc 'jrtho workiiiEinon of the t'nltrd Stiitcx. )ears free trade, withering Instability parof and the I know aoiiii-tliiiipotlerM. (Creat tial of I know 'npflluiiH.' from the potior.) n In the of the ifMMtliiillc cnkt o.tinu mid woolen mills ami that ., Ail InvY Unlit in nil oniiortiiiiit. to work: J "There in one thing that the llepuUiean . i)aJ,to Mi'iiiv lliit all the) imk U pro- it ilcillcakd to, nml that is tolabor iirHMi iiuniiiki tlie priniiietH of other juaiie li) underpaid labor. (CreJt firtl, then to law ami order. Tlieteare MM ! tic u fellow ritircti. ron rnn rei?. to the mlfart of iiniitimi imlifjifHMiU W tV o'ii own lulloiK. lVtitlous u of Miiir HiMikexinen hua ulrendy Mild. t nKi milirjienmble to the pTOipeifij and SI u. .tilt for luiiuht. l'rotPntH to tlicAincr-ithe jm-- i immencij of the .VmWic." Cufisrviu count for nothing. The MlKlMLV TO MkIIKMN I'lUMFIW, wiieu i ne iitireirH loltf counts U im that Biiprt'tne day the ilw- OiT. Kill, 1S!W. ihiyi What jou want to do It to it Corncrtiii that renri'seiitB Miur n: then jou won't neitl to recoil to to regulate them, or to kiep nbovo nil, the abpence of business, I'M I injnrinc jour iniiuilries. Let confidence.nndShall these commercial men nl .Mar) laud vni the Milcc of .Mantlil-- i year now t'liiliirk In the vastly more disaslaud did last silr (.tntliiinliiKlIc rhceiini; and crien of trous nnd destructive olicy of free not vrm I for honext money nml protec- - ler, which is the party shibboleth, 'lllll' I Iiri II ipiCSUOll 13 11 I'llCKtlUII of honor but of dishonor? Hud peculiar "A great many people of lalHir. It Is n Y, will inn mi fin In rrt ttl! lli ti orlil pleasure In the word 'free.' apIf Me it of the world will pay in good grand, gloriousnotword when properly uiiiy know what jou plied. I do nro pnhl in 'tt we Ioiik us it does the tuttedc think about it. but I do not belle to in r Inn an not, patri-Ptiulneither the business, the proi-ertjAinerleanlfiiii. mid eierv or the iredit of this country under ileiniinil-- i rial Intirent that we (Tremendous I mike our tariff IiIl-I-i enniiL-- h to the cry of free silver. We ilmv the dlffcreiKe lietweeu the low cheers and tries of 'Never, never.') record In at" lalmr in forelKM rnmitries ami have ju-- t pride In our glorious free press, speech, free soil, (CIltHTK ) Of MlHir III tills. favor of free I bejou ure Interested In lionct free men nml free conscience, but counvil don't want any short dol. lieve that the great majority of our Von li.ire tried fiiinrt hnuri in the trymen are neither In favor of free trade, fiee lawlessness (great apnil r seam, nml haven't hl.i-i- l lliem. free silver,-o- r HMmtrr and nriilamn mid crien of plause), nor of ilifjitlng people In the wv don't. ) When you uliie n sailed niuio of freedom. utl "The question of honest money against m mr work to your vmpiojcr jou free and Irredicmable paper mono), both ik' imiii in inn, uiiiiiiextloneil (tircnt up- - unlimited nml both unsound, has bien ii'tlliinlleralile dollars. mm- - i iiih ik i nc Mini oi money we so thoroughly aigued that I do not wish And the kind we propose to to oiiiipy jour time In dlsuisslng It Hom'. aUr if the Amcriwiii people Mitnu SuITuy It to say that no valid or sulli-cieteiiMiu lus vet been given, or can be given, for the United States adopting Some things nie so plain, some Tm ''jARMCnS ATTEST LOYALTY either. are so ilear nnd distinct, some things IciVrtttore so palpable and m tlmt They .ro fur Soiiml tilings like day and night, every man must that, Money titol Mlullll lrtiicJnIi. If huor later recognize them. jif the earliest paitlea was innile soonereiperlciiee has proved an) thing. It man from M i. firmer Muj. Manroo eonntr. is that no nation was ever benefited b.w .McKinley said: 4n ulioui poor money or Injured by good money, e ueer lielleveil, as some neo- - nnd that no man over suffered from beliceu sa)liiK, flint there was ing honest, and no man ever profited by vhM iBTf li iiancer nnout tne state of .Mich- - being dishonest, (fircnt iheers.) Good, IntCn Tin re has neer noon n iiinmont honest dollirs hurt nobody. If we have-no-t wbjy ,'I had the slightest iloulit about as much good money us we ought to wnio Untile electoral vote nt your clorl- - have, let us get more, nnd we will get would bi in the presidential more whenever the country requires It. nllmilhU' ciittMNl.nf lSOi). No state In the Union Hut we will not get It as long as we nro U iMtoi deeply Interestwl In the Konulne proposing to adopt the tlnnnciiil policy of Aiufip8ii policy that will protect jour China or Mexico. (Jlvo business confipiiiflHIy, jour Interests, jour lahor, jour dence n hano to be restored. Stnrt our ililuai, the products of your forests, from mills, factories, mines, quarries; restore iiihHm (ouipetitiou than the state of good pricis, good home markets for our .Mle&fcan. (Appl.iusc.) And there Is farmers, good wages for our working-men- , and then, if the liw of supply and iio'tHalv that Is more deeply Interested lit MMflim ii tiroteitire policy than the demand leqiiircs It, coin In hoiust dolhonest dol(Aiiplause.) .Mkliiuau. lars. All the good, lOU-rc"TWre I one thlm.' that the llonub. lars will siieedily tome for the uses of Is dedicated to, and tlmt Is to the people.' llln1irit, thou to hw and order. These nn lBdltiens.il)le to the welfare of ninn-kin- d STUDENTS AND TEACHERS. nml lndipensaljle to the prosperity and tie permanency .of the republic. llaprrirntiitlip of Culloses I'ny Their I unuglail to know from your spokesman lleipet-ts- . tlmfej-ftbelleo not only lit a protective A hrgc delegation of students and tarliTJ Jmt that you believe in honest professors nf the Ohio Wcslojnn univerpiouja1! intent clieerliin.) When you sity, the Oh'o Medical university nnd do .toUr work, whether it be on your others were liie next callers. MaJ. Mcfiiriihor iu the factory, or lit the mine, Kinley said In tesponte to their greet- jmi'Mfiitt fo receive In liajiuent dollars tlnit'ari' good every tnoiith nnd every-"if there vvas anything needed to disdaugcrous doctrlno lil6'ln every part of tho civilized pel that false and are now teaching, it w oi 111. . That's the kind of money we which some people liavijiftw, and we have morn of It than is dispelled here today a doctrine that To would array class against clam and one mi- - iflwr had in" our history before. fiitpnipnii the free nnd unlimited coin-ii- section of our country ngalnst the other. of tllvcr would be to commit this We have lind on these ground today n dozen M'liilfri''!0 silver alone and deprive us of men from more than inlllnorkcn,states furmminers, tin' iXjjd (ve have. Iustend o iucieaslue wage-earner- COMMEBCIAL TRAVELERS. arKf lppalliiiit from Otilu and Oilier j jotj if g?rrr- AMll lnlur w -- rJbne Day's Record at Canton. ip t Aiichlgan Sends -- i West Virginia sends Maryland sends kciitiicky sends .phloscnds Other States send .... ...... ....... .... - . 3,000 3,500 3iOoo men. commercial travelers, old folks and young folks, college-bre- d men and men of every profession and walk in life. This great day demonstrates that this l a untlnu not of class but of equal nnd honorable citizenship under one constitution and vol em(Prolonged cheering.) inent. !; ',:';:,';: "I am cl id to know that the students of the universities are enrolled In our (Cries of 'We are, an) how.' followed by livery newspiper of the conn- - great applause) They know-- on which ranks tr.v. Last and West, tells us that In the ,i,. ih,,y mean to vole. (Cries of 'The great colleges of the Last, ns well as In Itopubllian ticket.') Why do they want the great inlloges of the. West, teaiheisi to ,otl. ,lllt tcIet ,,,, mr-- j jjecnuse and pupils have inllstid under the ban (K.y belioo that involved iu a ltepub-w- r nf the Ilepubllciin party In greater Cau tiiiimph Is public tonhdonee and numbers than they hnve ever done hi; 'the restoration of better times. They Ihey stand ,nTC ,ad Mime expirlcnce in the ((iient applause.) fore. this year for lountiy and coni lenic. ,mc iar, an, unf nnd ,mt ,, ,,M,er. ,f,si,! llify stand for pulilli lionoi ami morals ,.c(. m, (, ,110t c0iv, ot ,i,',"",,. ," '"" inicii'si iu die (ountry but lias ufieroi 1. ."' Is for nil time this vi.ir that this "'! The com mint lit has Ml rf 11 oil in its lev-- i goveiuiueiit b) law and a government nucs and the iiooplo iu their wages and that rests upon laws made by its own tlie prkes of their piodutts. In fact, ((Ircut ap- iverjthiug has sufTtied but the glorious free and equal citizens." plause and tiles of "Good, good.") prlmlples of the Republican party. (Gient cheering.) "Protection, honest money, public morDEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS. als, reciprocity, the national honor, the Citizens of Kentucky Join In Support of public tredit all emblazoned on the banner of Republicanism this year, and ralMcKlnlpy nml lfonrit MotiP). A large delegation from Kentucky, lying around that stnndard arc men of ail composed of both Republicans and sound parties, all races, nil sections, all creeds. money Democrats, was one of tho most I he white man, the black man, the nnd the employer, the prodemonstrative in honoring the Repub- vvogc-camlican candidate. To them Mr. McKinley fessional man nnd the business man. nil have united nnd stand n a common , said: "I address you not as Republicans nor platfoim. which platform Is for our counDemocrats, but as coiiutijmen and try and its honor. (Gient npplause and friends. Your glorious old state has al- cries of 'Good!') I have heard from your ready teglstered n vordicjt in favor nf spokesman today that West Virginia's one of the priuolp.il issues involved in electoral vote this jear will be for the this campaign. I do not believe Hut iu Republican ticket. (Cries of 'Right jou tlie past twelve months the Kentucky are. ) This assurance gratifies my heart. people have changed their opinions on (A voice Mine, too. followed bv tremendous the questions of honest money aud public of every cheering.) It gratifies the heart lover of his country." honor. (Great applause nnd cries of 'No, no.') Kentucky has usuallv been n Democratic state, nnd In 1S70 gave that OHIO WORKINGMEN. sturdy Democratic stntesuinu, Samuel J. Tilden of New York, nn unprecedent- Laboring Men from Alt I'arts of the Slate ed popular majority for President. Ills Are Greeted. memory is doubtless revered by many pf Xo your Democrats toda), and I venture to comed delegation was moreupcordially .welthan that made of railroad send by jou this message to them in Mr. men, dock men. farmers nnd miners from Tilden s own words. Ohio, to whom Mnj. McKinley said: "In Ids telebrnted joint debate with 'There Is a studied effort Horace. (ireeley, in lblO, Mr. Tilden said: some quarters of this country made in to teach 'An unstable currency prodmes Instabil- that tho emplojer of labor is attempting ity of prices and is peculiarly Injurious to enslave the workingman. I submit to the tanner. He ought not to bo sub- to you men of around ject to the tremendous agency of an un- me, who Is the toll all friend ofnnd about 1m better seen cause, which may disappoint, his who gives jou work that brings labor, wisest calculations and overwhelm him ment, or he who breathes only contentwoids In constant ruin, but he ought to be sethat create discontent? There cannot cured In tlie tranquillity of his fireslda be, there ought never to be, any enmity from the curse of an unstable and between labor and capital. The interest currency.' (Great npplause.) of the one Is the interest of the other. "These were wiso nnd honest words "Ion know that the greatest friend of they are true and honest words slavery Is Idleness. then; They talk about now, nnd commend themselves to the making the worklngmcn slaves. There Is no danger of n workingman ever a slave if he receives American wages, the wages 'that he had for thirty i " submit to you, men of toil, all years, from 1800 to 1890. under tho glorl-pu- s policy of a protective tariff. The arowUl and about me, uho is the better I best friend to labor, the best policy In friend of labor, he who jiifi you uork the Intenst of labor. Is that policy w'hieli i that bnng contentment, or he uho gives worklngmcn an opportunity to work at good wages. Which policy do jou I breathes onlyuords that create discoiv think subserves that interest best? Oiu t tent t There cannot be, there ought ntier policy of protection or their policy of free (Tremendous trade? 1 to be, any enmity Ictneen shouts. 'Ours! labor aud Ours!" and 'McKlnley's policy!') t canital. The interest of the one is the "This great audience fairly repieseuts Industries of the United l vj. McKim r.v J the dlver-ltic- d interest of the other." States. On the one side of me are men Ktll, 1S0G. f ToOlltoWoKKlMlVltNOcT. who manufacture; on the other side are men who handle Iron ore. and In front are men who dig our coal. One is dependent on the other, and here In this careful consideration of every dtlzen in audience, too. are lepresentntlves of the tho laud, who. If he would be spared railroads the country, which further distress, should allow this tougi not only of material, but the transport raw finished sol to guide him at the uppiua.ihlng na- product. ' from cue end of this country tional election. 'I he one Is never prosperto the other. "Another issue, my fellow citizens. In ous unless the other is pioporous. You this campaign Is the tnrifl. (Applause.) That Is to s.ij whether we shall raise sullicleiit revenue to pay the current ex"Protection, penses of the government Instead of borlioncsi money, public J rowing money for that purpose, and morals, reciprocity, the national honor, whether we shall do our work at homo the public credit all are emblazoned on I or have It done abroad. (Great applause nnd cries of 'Good, good,') Shall wo the banner of Jlepublicanism this year, I place duties high enough on foreign goods to protect our labor against the men of all partht, alt races, all sections , t cheaper labor of the Old World, and build up the magnificent Industries of I aUcrecdt: the while man, the black man. United States? the the wage-ea- t her, the employer, the pro "I do not know, my fellow cituens, fentionul man and the tmsincw mmun when it will be possible to bring hick T . the prices of 1MIJ; Hint is only conjjttur-nlThe only way I see toward accom- j Oct. Ktli, 1890. j plishing that is to restore tlie grett naM.- -. tional policy, which your own tltlzen, Henry CI115, so well maintained; n policy know that from experience. There Is and piomoto that would encourago not n handler of ore nt the Ashtabult American development, build up Ameriharbor .who does not know that when can Industries and employ .vnrican the gient oie and stetl industries of tills labor, (Applause.) has "It pleased me to hear the generous r. countryisare stopped he minernothing to do. not n coal There from Perry words of your venerable lieutenant louuty who does not know that when the I was glad to hear those splendid In oar furnaces tires nie extinguished sentences filled with patriotism, which there Is no demand Now-- , the must have thrilled every hoiiit, troin your Republican pally is for him. universal It apGerman editor, and my comrade who plies to eviry Industry from the man who Hag of his toimtry and the Inputs the digs the coal, which they call the terest of his country nbve that of any If they just tried digging it for (Ticmeiidous organlzitlou political n time, however, thej- - would lind it was cheering.) not so very raw from the man who "This is tlie hour and the era for tho mines the In Michigan and Minneexhibition of the highest patriotism. Wo sota to the oie man who handles it nt our have put the past behind us. We know great ports, and to the final finished no North, no South, no Kast. no West, product, the Republican polity protects but 11 perpetual Union of Indestructible ami defends them nil. .. .... I....1 t ...1 states. (Kuthuslnstle applause and crlis .1,1. .1 lis, !. IliriU ...Ill, !. .1 ilnfnml ,1m... fiKiiimif4 I welcomo of 'Hurrah for McKinley,') We defend them against the products of tho men of the South as allies In this n men per inner in nie oiu world. wo great conflict for natlonnl honor. I.ct ns defend our labor because In the United giro notice to all tho world that theie nro States every laboring man Is an equal Hues to divide citizen with every other man In Hie coun110 longer any sectional I am glad to see jou; glad to meet u h (great applause) and that we have but try. nuo ling the glorious stars and tMlpcs j'ou; glad to have your assurauies of nn (great enroling), the same our grandsires unprecedented victory In Ohio this jenr. She led In bore upon many n field. When we stand Ohio has never been liclilnil. for that Hag we stand by nil that It the great Civil war. and she lias led in represents, by national Integrity. Iluaii-cia- l the march of progress, ami her states, honor, the supremacy of government manslilp has In on Impressed upon the by law, and the sneredness nf tlie federal most glurioui pages of Amoruan hisjudiciary, whlih Is our author of safety tory." (Gieat apin every hour of trouble. plause and tries of 'McKinley Is nil MICHIGAN PAYS HER HONORS. ers, professional SHOUTING THOUSANDS ! THRONG THE STREETS OF CANTON. the greatest day of the cahpaign "There Is one thing that can be said about the Republican party it can celebrate the anniversaries of all the great American statesmen, no matter to what party they may have belonged, who stood for the country pnd Its honor. We have no difficulty In celebrating, too, with our Democratic friends, the anniversary of Jefferson, .Tnekon nnd Hen-toWe celebrate those anniversaries with the same satisfaction that we celebrate the anniversaries of the early statesmen who were mine nearly of our " j ht HOSSE CMffl i"' "' Saturday, October 17th, 1896 right.')" .,ooo 0 Colored CROWDS FROM WEST VIRGINIA. Voters Aro Ilupiipiileil Iu the llnurliluiia Ueptltiltloil, III 20,000 MllpOctions, all creeds, all natlgnalillcs, all colors, all classes, all and all parties unite- In honors to William McKinley. The Cential, Uastein and Western lountles of West Virginia were all . nddiis-odforty to the Tin so people tilled loming plntfnimI In In n of in railway eoiiihes. McKlr'c) poke a five rettlou. M.IJ. follow u the next iltidlcnie W?? 3S?s?$s?5ySsWr - 5- 5 political belief. "When we reflect the development of nil this we:. Mi Is in a state of less than 00,000 square miles, nnd among people not yet J.fiOO.OOO In number, we can begin to realize how great is our country. Can It be possible that such a magnificent commonwealth will ever lend her lnlluenie to free silver, free trade, dishonor and partial or entire repudiation? ('No, no, never.') No, I sny, forever no. What the people of this country want, whether they dwell In Michigan or Tennessee or Ohio, Is n policy that will protect and defend every American interest against the outside world, from any quarter. What we vvnnt is a tariff put upon foreign goods high enough to not Bryan (to depot agent) Where aro only give us revenue enough to run the government, but to ntford adequate pro- all the folks? tection to every American industry and Depot Agent All gono to Catiton. occupation. This is the policy of the Times. Republican party. "What we want is to restore a policy that will enable us to pay as we go. "There Is ono thing that can be said btjth government and people. We have nbont the Republican party It does'not not been doing that for four years past. teach the doctrines of hate and prejudice, I am sure jour great and grand state but tenches the gospel of peace, good can be relied upon to enroll Itself In the will, nnd frnternlty between tho emcolumn of national honor ns against re- ployer and employe. "The man who would array the poor pudiation, of a protective tariff, reciprocity and the maintenance everywhere against the rich, labor against capital, class against class, or section against of public order, tranquillity nnd the section, is not a friend of the country, of law." but nn enemy of the very best Interests of every citizen In the country. I vvquld rnther teach that doctrine which is so WORDS TO RAILROAD MEN. prevalent this year. North nnd South, nml flood Money Are lie- - where none nro fer party, but all for govlliuptojment Ircil by All. ernment. This is the true policy1 of There were ralhoad men on nil sides sturdy American citizenship and civlllza- McKinley when ho began his tlon. I look Into your earnest faces and, of Maj. fourteenth address. One party tcpre-seute- d believe I know what is in vour hearts. the Michigan Central. Another Cries of 'McKinley, McKinley.') There is Dut one aim nnu purpose, ami tms is came from Columbus, O., nnd represented the Pennsylvania lines cnteriug that that you may have nn opportunity t6 city. Still another party represented the work for yourselves and your families. To all This oppcytunity is best enjoyed when we I'rle employes of Cleveland. dc our own work in the United States these Mnj. McKinley said: "There is not a workingman in this and not in some other country of the This opportunity cannot bo not rather work for world. audience who would a good road than n poor road; and there reached, however, until we have a regreat audience turn of confidence, which can come only is not nn cmploje In this that would not rather bo paid In good whennil the American people have settled time that they will have no defor moiiev than poor money. (Applause.) preciated and declare that tho "What jou want first nnd above all principles currency Republican party shall of the What you want is else is employment. pay roll of n good railroad be upheld. to get on the "When confidence comes, money will company, for jou have to get on the pay you had the roll before jou can get an) thing out of come. inIfthe United all the silver in not tho pay car, to which my fiiend has al- world more business.States it would make Business makes (Gieat chceilng.) Hut In order money, money docs luded. to get on tho pay toll the railroads must livery one of you hadnot make business, plenty of work at You know when busi- good wages have business. until trade policy ness Is poor vtlth the railroads some of was inaugurattd Inthe free We want to 1892. jou are stricken from the pay roll. restore our protective policy. We have You have (Ciies of That's right.') good money now, but we have little bust-ncs- 3 that iu the last three jears and confidence. No business man will a half. What jou nie Interested in, manufacture If ho does not believe that theieforc, is tlie general prosperity of the at the end of the year he will make ai . (ountrj-- We wnut every factory in the profit. The business man cannot plan land to lie nt vwuk. We want every for the trade If he docs not know what (A mine in tlie country to be busy. My kind of competition he is to have from volte: 'Not the silver mines.') foreign comThe less he We are abroad. the more workhas of have at homo friend sa.vs no silver mines. petition jou willing that our silver 'mines shall be ut better wages nnd prices. busy: I hope every one of them, too, "Nothing gives mo greater satisfaction will be busy; but If they were all put to or calls from me deeper gratitude than work nnd every mint was nt work they to have the workiiigmen of this country would not furnish cinplnjmcut for one-thir- d enroll themselves on the side of good of the idle men in this country who government, sound curieucy, and the suearn their living by toll, premacy of law." "You have to get jour employment In the great, active, busy industries of the ' CAMPAIGN NOTES. This is where jou get jour countij. woik nnd wages, nnd when these gieat, We do not believe In wanton cruelty busv iudiisttles are nt work jour mil-loahave plenty of tralhc. (Great ap- under liny circumstances; Mr. Uryaii plause.) When jour tnlhoads have plen- should see to it at once that the ropes of ty of tralhc jou have toiistunt nnd his parachute arc In good working order. The best wnv to deal with a panic 1 to steady eiiiplovment at good wages. Is vote It to deatli in advance. , not that snf (files of 'Yes. jes.') The Roy Orator lias become Irritable. to get hack- that "Now. how are jou piospeiity jou onto eiijojed? (('lies of He scolds the people and mils mimes. Ily voting the Ripubliuin ticket.') Some He started out on his campaign In good temper and iu good voice. Ho still has the voice. If llrjnn will look nt his hand ngahj he will find that there ure four cards io uould array the poor i i,,37irwnii lit It, labor agninU capital, t instead of five in his Hush. The cilme of '7.'l must be lost, strayed fttoa jiiml Diii111 ljynnj HJiZiAll T i l(l(-?- (IMlll4Wllla OCIIIUII Iftsfllic nun. or stolen. It lias been conspicuous by Its not a friend of the country, but an absence iu Popocrnllc speeches for sevits of the icry Utl inteiettsof eiery eral weeks. McKinley William nh:en. I uoivd rather (cnti imf ccoc- never ndvocntcd tho passage of a law which vvas designed to so piewhnl this year, Xorth and trine lake money out of the pockets of AmeriSunlit, uhcre none are for mrtu but all can workiiigmen. This is the true cire for tioxerntnenl Ilrynii is misled Into thinking "the policy of sturdy .liiim'ciin citntnihip." country Is going to tho dogs" by the .11 VJ. .lUllM.liV IU 1 ACIUttT snarling of Altgcld and Tillman, Tho 4 T Ktli, IbUO. T rioLS, Ocr. country will go after these dogs on No- T t v ember U for a brief period, but when the country returns there won't be uny more dogs worth mentioning. people say that the way to get It bntk Here's n "straw" for llrynn: Out ot is to debase the money of the country. twenty-nin- e tho Dois imy body believe that? (Cries of Center street voters "in trouble" nt York pollco 'No, no.') Some tieoplc seem to think city .Sunday morning,court iu New twenty-seve- n that the way to get back prosperity is dared they would If at liberty voto ilc for to strike u deadly blow nt the capital .Mr. lirjau. The other two were uude- of the iiiiilitry. Is that the way to do It? tldid. u no.') Some people seem (Ciles ot 'No. tu think that the way to put 'men at work is to despoil the profits of the men who employ. labor. Is tlmt the wuy to "Patriotism, genuine Americantint ll.oiid dies nf 'No, no.') get work? Capital nnd labor lire interdependent. and tiery industrial Interest demand A I.iugn Delegation nf tlnilne.s Men, They are not enemies. They me friends, that ne should make our 'tariff high I'liriiiers nml Itallviuy ICuiplujes, or should he f I lends, (Applause)" Ten loaihloads of people fmui (linmt enough to measure the difference Utueen Rapids, Kalaiiiazoo and Western MichiWORKINGMEN FROM FACTORIES. gan ((instituted the next audlciue Iht low cost of folior in foreign countries In Mnj. MeKliilej. Tlie paity Ielrutlon from Tin I'lute I'lictorlet soil ' Mt-e- l nnd Iron Work., nnd the tost vf Inlior in this country " was laigelv niuipiised nf membeiH of the delegation comimsert of Railroad Men's Sound Moiiiy dubs, but All I'tinrui'ju Mai McKimiato the M tut lande and lion ami business men, piofcssloual men nml dtl-yewoikmiii fiom the gcneriillv were leprcseuleil Mr. nml winks of Ohio. Pinusylinnln and his, Oct. I7tli. I8W MeKiuley. after dim ulng the won. oilier states mis aildri cil b) Maj MeKliilej a follows. derful ieourte of Michlgau, taidt " Urelyoftb'e'best vegetable aperient. I I yoor faith, to the one remtHy 1 I rnclcs. &c. to break up tbe meeting. I t Mr. Dennett, of DedaVIs nt Mr. I shoes, oea comiona, u.uuiM.C13, ucavy 1 ft Mi M lJ JVtV ., . flilipl with tllO Cliininmn. I"" i""1'"1 "" '" nl I ti.n iii.n.i tliU IIUVU t ..,!. Ul .i..., Mill lUUaU M" . II II' U I III...i l" IU, lJiu)ouBeontUlC(l.-W'A.twon- Pin 'r l - to -- .? ,.'"'1 V ijJ-"- r77CTl5istcntlv4tH. tn iinmi H SUPPLEMENT HARTFORD, KY., REPUBLICAN. rniDAY, ocTonnu so, ism. IT WILL BE A "STRIKE." M WAVE - TO OLD GLORY. Chairman Hanna Names October 31 Flag Day for Loyal Republicans. DUTY OF PATRIOTIC of CITIZENS. the the Fact that Recognition Party Is Fighting for National Honor. One does nnt have to go very f.ir In seek tin- - rc.im for tin profuse of llic nation il emblem In tills eitnpiign. It oan I? found In the Chicago pi it form. f Its selection as the The spontaneity chiin-rilon- s appropriate badge of sound-mone- y significant. Theie Is wonderfully uvm In hnve been little inclination on the part of Mr. Bryan's follower to question tne rigni 01 me juvmair 01 uounil money and protection to tllpla) the nitlonal colors as the tiroi r Insignia The only lamentation of their cause. heard was the AltKeldlin wall, w hit li It always exected when the stars and ttripta are Hum; to the breeze. The rittilry as to who could make the most lavish diplav of the imtiomil tins been conllueil to the rank of There has the supporters of no iffort on the pirt of been the I'oiocrnt to wrest It from those who are. fighting to inaliitalu the national credit. There seems to be a gi assent to the proposition that the II IB does not go with the Chicago platform This tacit recognition of the fni t that the this is the one suitable emblt m of the Issues for which our pnrty is contending I something new- - In our American lsdi-ticllirctofore there has been a nvnrly between the Hepnblicans mill the Democrats In our nitlonal mm-pilg- n n to which side could mike most profuse display of the stars and stripes. It is n circumstance that will menu niuili to lovul frienils of good government and will be a iHiteutl.il factor at the polls in November. Iticogulzlng this fact, riiilrninn II in-tof the national lommlttte suggests tluit October III. the Saturday before election, be observed as "tl ig ila" In every city and town, on which d i) etorv piTson who Intends to ote for sound money and n itional prospe rity sh ill di. play the national colors from his home The sugge and his place of business. lien is ;i most ininmendable one - and should meet with an enthusi itic- response all over the nation. Let every man who intends to Mite foi "the preservation of our uitinual honor signify his pitrlotie intuition In ills. playing a llig on Saturday. Oetnbei 1.1 It will be a significant iihlci t lesson In pitnntism to hundreds of thousands who may be w itenng between sound money anil rcpudiitlnn. Itemeinber the- - day Situnbiy, October J.I. 1'hir.iKo Tiiues.IIcrald BBHfflmmsm V JasK-'IW ., THE PARMEHS' TOOLS. Efficiency of Agricultural Implements Greatly Increased Since IS73. The filter ndvoeatis hate hid so main of their pet theories absolutely ilemol Hid b eollision with bird fails that they are they hac uuilei taken to den) both propositions. In ii pecih at the Oentril Mush- - hall mi September 1!, (lot. Altgeld III at tempting to answer the arguments pre aented li) Carl Sclitir In an addiess In the sanio hull earlier in the uimn.ii.cii, of the decline In wheat, sulil-"Th- e truth is tint there has been M.iue ly any improvement In tnitliliiery for raising and harvesting wlieal In 'la-- list now losorting to deliberate in hope of hrtukltig the force of the various exposures the annulling. Tlu-- j have atti inpttil to mike much capital out of the decline in the iiie of wheat during the list few veins, mid when attintlon has bein called to the i (impelling in the cost of prodm Hon by the use of new and improved mm and the npld enlargement of the coinniertiil ittrpliis of wheat in other eoiintrh thin the t'ulteil hill-trvthint-grnwln- Mites Iwentj ji'iirs." Such a statement Is a severe retleclion either upon the inventive genius nl American m.iniif lUtirei and the spirit of American farmers or upon the sincerity of (iuv, Altgild him elf. The truth is Hint the greatest impioto-mcnt-- i in farm Implements and tnai him rv that hive marked the latter half of the Nineteenth hive been m nle hinee 1S7.I, Not only has the retail pi he of nil ihtsseH of Implements used i the very iniuh reduced dining tfatm lui-tthat time, but the ellieieucy of the itself has lie en even inure e:mi- (noiislv inereused. Taking the liun.Mter alone it has been so improved during the twenty jears that one man inn now last accomplish what required the libu ot live in bT.'l, no that instead of time being scarcely any improvement iu ma rliinery" for harvesting wheat, the tin Iirovenients In thu harvester alone ate fchown full). In other words. It led ij only requires of the labor eot In hnrvcjit cralu thnt It did twenty years uue-lift- h To entirely overthrow till last erver-rln- ii of truth, with which silver men are to bolster up a losing cause, l pleiH of some of the prluiliil farm nnthmiTy luive liwii H'emed from lead ing in I no fin Hirers showing the ot to in 1MH! the fanner In IST.'i and the As tin wheit erop begins with the plow, the following Malcment from the take Oliver Chlllisl Vloir works of South llcuil, lud , ntul see how the io.t of plows Ins been reiliui-el- , "We uniiiifniliire plows alone ntul In (lie )eir 1K7.1 elillleil plows of the Hum lier .'HI and 10 were the leading pit-tern- s Th" same nmulieis are ten HrgHy hmhI nt this tjmi and otn corn pniisoiis ire iiiiorilliul) ImmiI on llnm hi I A I the ictiiil pi In of tin, Si) n wu. ill IS71 the retail prhe of ll.e No in was 'lluj suae pliinit now- - retnll nt fsrsl li fui t'sl silnreseeutt tliee plum, retailiT.Iuii re tnlli-.- t Hi each, now at 30 I ems i in li .Muter for these plows li U7I retailed at I l.V; euli, ni.w retnll nt ?.' null WImvIm for llime plans In IS7I retJlleit ,it li . now letall nl (I null (I VI for I'liil'isnow ili.se plows hi 17,1 retailed nt u tall at '.'- - eenis em li vai h, flAn I illier Hems In iliout tin. uniiie rntlo The ioiitiiiitlou ami ijinlln of the piu.lt are far belter I hail Iu 1S7,'I" O, M OsIhuiii' and Coiiipau) of An bum, N V., the gusli liuniifai Hirers of haneatliijc iiuililiit'l.v, iiuutliig lioin thcli tljlug own retail price's show the enormous reduction of the price to the fiirnii r. I In Ir statement in full Is us follows. "rami machiner.v is not on'v veiy much cheaper but fill moie tin lent at the present time than II was iu 1S7H 'Iheie is h ir.ll) anv compailon between A Comparison Botweea the Policy the two. 'I lie harveMcrs mid blndeis whlih now harvest the great wheat crops of the Republican and were not ot tills cnuntrj and i:uio known until ls". but the best of faun Democratic 'Partici Implenie nts and maehlmij made iu 1S7.I. vvilli those in ule-- in IMMi when of the b.v the leading m iliilfiu tun I eoiintr.v. would look iiuie mid cumberFOR AGRICULTURE some an I would not Ik- - puiehased and LEGISLATED Heil b) an) farmers at the pieseut time at an) price. The dlffc'ience in let til prices I also John M Stahl Tel's Why the Farmer very niaiked- IUi niiil(i Should Stand by His Mime "'I lo IJI Ilenpent Combined muni l anil nap Friends -. .7r. I,. IT". (r ..h"I Iii lo li". Ilnrv.ster anil liiuelir "" !.' to ..s Inldel --it J" --'' ei llukes 1S7S John M. Stahl. a prmtlenl Illitmlx Tlie Diiriug llirvistir lompinv of fa rim r, and a Itml owiiei in Missouii, tail prices Kansas and Ni braska, who is the editor Chliago, ipiotiug f nun II of their various elasx-- s of ui.u him r) Iu of the r.iriuirs' Call, (julney, uiid also ttiti-llie- llt. 1S7.I and Iv.Mi. miketlie following Mirct.it) of the dinners' Nitioiial showing (lie die re.lsul cost and inhis w.i) is a man who his ereused ellieicni) of farm in iclilnery "'I lie twine til in li r was unknown in from poierty to alllite nee, b) the ni , harvi-stei- . a much of his own l 1S7.-!but the Mirh and hinds His iirniui more pllmltivc uiiihiue, Hi wlihh the Heme iu the tirange, I'uriiiers' liistl bludiiig was done b) nun riding oh Hie e ilcillated to 'I he lutes and all inoii to vj.',. midline. Milled nt twine binder ii tails toda.v .il horn S1ik( beltir the eoiiililiiiii or VineTiiaii nsrl-cul- l lire, glus Might to hi judgment for ilu'.ipei mac hini s to Ml.'i for the Oeeriug mile r and lull healing and mnkis hi v vs on nil public' ipies tious of l.lllll "Tlie self take reipel, whieli Is now Iu a uii ill Intel view he illeises the sold at trom Mill lo $70. sold Tor .1MI lo relillou of the Anierlein farmer In the Slll ill 1S7.!. Iu foi from S!KI to two greit imlltli.il pirtles ami points Moweis sold R 1 1 T. .iiioiillng to the mike- and width out the lul Hill ill legNhitioii the He of viisllv gie.ilei tin- - e ill Muhiius of alw.ivs kept the in-.".." for uililnaii pirtv Ins sill tod iv at fiom ii sts of agriiultuii itivhw. He su)si lieaper inaihines to !4,"i fm the Dceliug "ll iniist be said to the unlit of the roller and bill bearings When the wile binding attachment was farmeis of the Culled Stale III it the) ndih d to the old Marsh hinestu from hivi nevi i nsknl foi moie at the hands 1S7IS to 1ST'. I the lomblmd uiiihiue sold of'oiigies in lessi i ligil,illve bodies for $."00. of whlih Sl-- 0 was Tor the at than Ihi) wen- teiiilv to hive gi.inlisl tin hini lit and ill- si I for the hniveslir sold now, lining to others, or fur legilitnii lint tin) Wile- biiidiis nri- not In did not biheve would In of benefit lo been superseded by the Iwlue bitidi-i- . 1S7.S we iiitiisluieil the Iwiue blmlei -- all the people. No cvcptlmi to this is the m u blue tint now nils the gl.llu ol furnished b) the tin in. which ha been Its Mill pi lie was men tin. most the world lit iiolithal iiiiestioii In A betlei ami moie-- apibl SIIKI to :KJ." iiistoiy Vii nihil qui tlmi has been iiiaililue is Mild todiy, as above lull our Itiiimi-tiiii- l Ishili. in m in. me i. nil nulled, at but Utile our oiie-tliltint ..i. The second ait passed b) the Hinder twine, foi use on these piigli price. Cotigiiss of the fulfill Slate's was a 1," to -'" niai bines, sold iu ISS'l at fiom It was. of eotiise, nil tn rifl ut The bill was introduced and eeiits pe I pound Has known iu 187M. Todiy a niuili better dlsiussiil before lien Washington was and the bill '. to 12 eeiits per Imiiigutatcel from twine letalls it euaiteil into hw two months befole the pound, .molding to itiiht). This hte.ul) ileerease in price does not pissage of the law Heating a tnasiiiv 'I'a i Iff loi protection and in iiiilit) ami elhclinev. ili'paitmiut menu n iliere-asOn Hie niitrar) an uawnnl teiidenc.v in t.illff for leveuue. ad v iloreiu duties the inei lianli al eonstnti tiim and qiialilj ami spieilie iluths, eli wen- - Ihoioiigh of miteiial has been as iiniiked as the f disnisMil while the lirst tlllllf bill Thin was iiendliig iiml then have been few ilnwiiwiiid movement In pities. fai t the advame iu value coiiiihtiut .veais since ill wlileh these questions has In ell made did not iiigage the liu.lt ntteutloii of Hie dee line iu priu witli possible by the use of icoiiomli ill uieth it was Inevitable, the Aiiierhan iK'oole ml Iu enustiiiitloii, and by labot saving therefore, that tlie tarill should have e tin- - fiiquiut lonsldi i.itioii of a uiiihincry. rather than b.v anv dtiii The tost of piodiielng Iu wages paid. agrleiiltiii.il bod) meeting to bv illsnihH propohi-iliine his also been iciluei-anil to cull ui.u the tieini minus number of niai lilncs lo the favoi ihli (oiislderatlon turtle out b) a single linn nf Itgislitlvi' bodies siuh measures as Tlie old mmvi r, for whlih the farmer ale di i mi il worthv ul tint reeommenila piid In the neighlsirhooil of SUN), had lion Mini a noil) i tin l ill nil is .mi hut meager means foi adjustment, nisi Itional Congies ami u its list annual were neither as elln lent iioi as durable iiu cling it adopted the lollowlng as uuiihluis that letall todn) at VIO liitinn rs whieli relallul Tlie old f rake VV lal)lllii-i- l prlnclple It It mi at S'.'OO wen primitive- - and eluinsv as ulili Iwili uf the gie it imlliliiil parties Hull T machines of guud iiiniaarnl with the a tiiilft on lo uiei-- t I nsen of the-- gm-iiuuHie ut stiould be foil--, The Oeeriug twine lilnder InJaj. run lev lul, I lien Hut weili-iniui- l the same mens iilng on roller and ball eimt iu- - of piotec lion foi iiuilcultiu al llulustrle.. .vllHI less than the old Miusli hnvi-te- i Hull Isgluu loollni ImliMirles iiml requires two less men ami two s .vi me lo wi'ie hoises than did that machine-- . In ot lie i dilegalis meiiuig leiiileilwhichtni'ie more I mm stales Iu ale words, one man iiml two hoises inn in uie laimers oi iue imiii loiii-iiuu- s himrle more Main with the liming toll-e- i eoiiiilrv, liom C.illfutiila to and bearing twine bindi r than three men resofrom N'oitli Dakota to Teas, and tluee hoises inulil -handle In 1S7.') lution was adopled without oneThe dissentwith a .Marsh liariestu- Hint cost the ing vote As the hoiioiiible gentleman fiiiiuer siimi more inoiie')." who has been iiiu.tu of the National lending muni Tin m' statements ot Oiauge for eight )enrs and innuy faun niai hlnei). ntliii piomlueut utile iu Ih past the Orange fai tuieis nf hlgh-giad- e of mere I) emphnsii'ot u hut mi) mill of as dilegiles, the resolii Wile picciit alreadv knew Iu a tlou ma; j -nv le iiUui ns expressing general wav and w lilt evei) wheat-giow-the siniimi'iiis o the Oiauge ulso, t'er knew In practical c In the eoiiuti) taluh the I'm nn rs' Nitlonal lougiess, perlellee. that the list tweut) )eirs have being uimposul o fiirmeiH, nIioiiIiI not lie en marked li, wonderful iinproveuiciits hate demandeil less, aid, as It Is nun In the elhelemv ot larmlug tools aceoiu pnlllienl ntul iiupirtlMin, It eoiild not eon ticui in slstentlt tiaiilnl bv no hss marked nt more Similar lesolutlons When (iov All.eld hate been adopted it pretlou nieetliigs the retail prlee. tit and the Josser lights of I'opiillsiu I'rolri'llioi t'lulii VliKlnley that no part nf the deiline in nlie.it is '1 law gate, to agricultural 1' McKiiilet tlie result of Improved maihliiery and lliililsliii's the same iinnsiiii' of protee-tio- u siiupl.v run ioiilrar.v to melhoils, the) lint It gave to other Industries oIimimi fails whlih are patiut lo mil lint lliiinn'hes in a false position In IIOIM-.- , 11.11 IOItlOIS, lIUOIIS, I'ggM, Hill of deiivlug tuitlis that are us well known le) fruits, wool mid other product tun funis, the iiodiiurK of uliiili das the niultipllci tlou table ill iu- - i illicit hem lit liom n ptotecllte ngo C'aiidldale oiii) on iiiuse nuiiies, were given jusi A little over a of and vallsfnitnrv pioti i lion; niubl'lins ih llivau applliil foi the picss iiri-ih- j compauv, ami fulled to git le Klnlei law tint the itoper wishes ami a It Hut hi present advertisement Is the just and liasoualli ilemiilid" of Hie sin h that he inulil have- a sum- - nf miiIi fnimcis As Mum as Hiet hail the ponir, Im In iimoto the igi niles b) asking lie has the Hiking the I e u.U'-rs llgelit lot theill-lleals- . eliiths on farm imnluits or to leniout qualities of II ' iiltng. tliei, ami the Wilson law does tin in mil glte He same tin itue of prolecllou Col Iugersoll mivk In one of his nrdent In uglliiiltiiriil linliistrlis that It gltcs to Wool I a stilklug silver critics! "Yes, mum Hilngs are utliei Industries ample of this ' he MeKlnley law gate eluaper line tlie crime of 1S7.I. talk," llrjan uiuht lo I e aide In It pinpet jwolfilioii. nml while that litv h was iu ilTut only u nij slioil lime. It Iu lh.it fuel. - l.'t ie l.u, Mr l'lekler fnlil- - "It sum tin thrNa-i- v im ilTutt lo Improve llie nervicu for the fame tly toiinlrv people," ami ntlie llntiie com Mi Linnl. tlialrmaii of nml postioud, tiftltl iiilllci mi ihisIoIIiuh debute' in Hie ititirsi' nf Ihe appropriation far tint e 'Ihe Im rente In the our slur mute scrv he during the Ut nioiiey irafi il hnt nrlseii mm the fail thnt ink. ii rum that sertlte mid ilujotul tn rru nml oilier wngmi sntltr. iiliilli'ii. scrit'n In niher worils while yu gintliurn fmn li.lci.lU tut rm II mill) Imte bten Ing n propibitli'iis fur the stnr raule s'ttlrr, hnt been iim.1 lu thi ell u lli.'t liiirene iiutsirteil for the more tli in mil liuiulu-i- l Hits million dollars of gold or its uniiuileiit hr. rtfat I. the amount tlm dlveited durlu sugar would ing the sent nbtiml each sear for last li- -t al )car wu Mtill.iKHI, have been kept at home. win nas the IntniiM- - In the npirorla- Wool, VVIilrli.' Home or lori-lgl- l itr.v mall service was only Hon for t All these niltntilages -- the ne of hind. f.'iiioiNKl sn that iiotttlthstnmlliu the Ihe iiut)lo)inent of Inlsir. the Inert ise nl ilfort of the ftlcnd of Ihe tloiuistii lomimrie and uf uur lirciilit faiiutr to si cure mi nppropnal on lit gold lug nit ilium, the Mention of In tit r hi mall si rvlie. there was ni Hull-I- t would follow also from a production of less unmet sptut on that strvit llisnn the LTiOIMNIOOO pounds of wool that we Ik ton-- , the Dcinmrntle ndiuinls-trilliolilt lnisirt iliultr the Wilson law. ilium nf the inistullue ilepnrttni nt Usui a proilm tlmi lint would follow from the a it has In prcvinu )enr. ste.idv and lontluiied aid tr siuh prntu Hit moiic) ss i it'n all) appropriated hit In-- the Mi Klule.v law Hon as was glti-nt of iim nt r mull htvIip. the Improt Sure I) so far as tariff hgislilloii Is rem Thi it iu striking tontr.ui wiiu ur tlie fartnir, whether he n girds lie uililli an iidinluMrntloii of the po or looks Intend niilv his own liilerist hjj Mr. will ollice ilepnrtiui ut tin IU to the interest of hi 'rinieiil lp i appropriation hue no illllluilt) ill lii ilei tiling whlih par-t- ) uirisl mall ill livery inforviiuipiv aim nt 7Mki Ills iliiisinn fru should have vole. ntlt-e- l tlu'te approprltllonie. will Pe all tne easier ami sun r uuniise faithfull) ex In a t i.iniuiiiiliutiiin tn the Senate lit for of the ritord of the laudldati nuking an nllotvnnct dent. Mr. tlriiin deelireel In Congress. st mil that nftir .lauuirt 1,1. IS'll, "It is iiunialt rial In eipial to the previous avirage niiniiHi iiu rinse of the business of the otlire. II my Jiiiigniuit wliethir the lnii-pnmi- r I bullrceelics am In m lit from tin tariff ot was loiind that the ImrintF of thi- dailyI am for fru wool." f the uthiis tlue tn the frulie lit not of the tlebter) Iiml iiiuri than paid fur thai votid lor frte wool, for the sngir bounties and for the abrogation of iltbtirt lu some iiisih the profit from Mr. Me free dtJitir) was tiiite lirge. In Nw the reciprocity arrangements. Klnley. it Is needless to snr. lias bein Ciiuian Con u , for example, the villupt ami K iu favor of ree Iproclty. Just pro--It in whiih free tlnlly tli livery nn first i Hon to VuniI nml otlur farm prisluc!. ami lu whlih the and siuh reanuiable encoiiragtmitit of wen itindiietrd for five yeor. the nnri nut liiet-sugliidutrv as other eoiin-trlt- s age annual liuiune of the olhce wai In conhave found protit.ible. tit livery tost only while the trast with what Mr, Itrj nn said alsiut JWI A business fru' nn averngtl that tariff on wool i whit Mr, MeKlnley slid $iti proht uf IHI"j ) cent., part ol , when iutriHliic'ing hi tariff bill into the ithe milrlod bilng n time nf unlo anil deHouse: pression, i a good busbies lllilted: Jfl If there I nv one Industry whit h appeal with inure forte than minttier for ilifrnslie the pn suit administration of the pot. tliitles It Is this, and to no tins of eltliiiit olhie dipnrlmriit In ilistoiitiuued tin should this lloiihP inure e lieerfully lend hglt fru- - tlelitiry in the village In whlih It he was Iittlte istlstniite, where It run prois-rlCiiie Innttl Timet ntt stnr. b) Mr. Wnnaiiiiker. done. Hun to the million farmers tcln ottru iu vilTlie results slutp In tin t'ulteil States We isiiimt at lages liidliatiil fromMrexTimetil a Wanamnkcr fore-sit- t ford n a list Inn to penult thli ludutr lo that tin) would, the practicability wn in cffoit long enough to show that In- - longer t rlppli-ami to under it operation our production of This shows .Mr. MiKlnlo" regard for of fru- - dnilt dttitery Ciftyfarmers, Con-g- rj l he semroil from the wool would rapidl) Inereau' to the tllll-i- n the w t If. ire of ngrlt ulturnl niiliistrit-s- , ss an appropriation for experiment lie bene tit ot the ui'lre and Mr llr.tan. also, mi) In- - Judgid by luste-uetn put wool on his uttt rames mi the same siibjeit iu free inn il tltliiir) to farmers, ami u Tin the free list, w lille n taluiug a substantial iippriinriiitioii for till piiruse vta tnailr t IlrptilitlrHiit Hiul Irii.ls, Congrest at both eliit) on the' produtt of the mill and the b) thi Carniers hive been tnn-i-- ti nil) ami ki.siiui l'ift) tliinl mine. In IS.V.I there were In tlie Ciiiteil Tin language of the appro-lirialloi- is oipnsetl to (rusts. I his bus 4 l;y. l.l 17! State-- s was uumlntor) but litli Mr. lnvi. valiusl at MIO. pt rlsteiitltKin exnggeratetl In the tisl iklo.I'ai'lj in lsii.; then were l7.U7:i.";t tltil) has l'.iM II ami Mr Wilson have refuses! tn and feroii simp, valne.l at r.,."..!iO'l.'Jiil. In lS!Mi trusts bv tlie sweeing ileniineiatlotis of expend tin so appropriation The mall '1 In farmers of t'opullst ii- - nri' tin :ks,'Hl;s.l nhcip. vilniil at ha be nun a tirj important factor in that coiiutr) are well ftk'.tllT.ok'i I inter the McKiuliv law tills more trusts tint, aware marl) tin re the irui-- i riti wilfare ami enjoyment while and are the value- - of our ln ei Increased In the attitude' of the of Hu tlie Wilson law has taken from the quite controlling the prodiu turn nml snh llepiibliuiu and I), nu.i r.itir administraof urtmti artieie to Hu ir sure mid lib value of our sluui Ml,"ll,.V.",i, or ve ry eral proht. hate nevi rthtlex. b) rei-sitions town id rural mail sen ice and the I'mli i tlu Wilson law nearlt one-halgallon elforts iu ule to lliqirut e It, the fanner s of the importation of wisd Ins doublut and of the the i mplo)iiienttheofnggrt tali lit of will Iiml i xt i II. lit nul lu tleciding for in heat the priee of the donii tli priuluit has tapitil. whit h part) lo tote .) dire cling, and of produtiiig and hand halte-'I he- law give Hug liri.e ipiit.tiths, iu ule tin price of VVI, l.irf.lls latiul lirns-- r to wool nn! otlur farm proilm Is the just the artielis to the coiiMiint rs es than Cor some .unrs the farmer of tlie Mini isii il pruticiliiii ileiiiandi d lit farm , they probibl) h than thf ers. the 'ilon law reunited tin pm the) wire before and trusts weie not in eountr) have In in dun Hiding th-iitcoiild le if the grant of lauds to aid iu the .onstriutlon tlou. and. ill- -i rliiiiu iting ngalust tlie I'Msti'iiee, .Neterlhele-ss- , lie the fnrmirs of of certain railroads, should lie deilaretl funnel, siugleil out wool growing is the this lountr) luliete that the principle nf thr omt consult ruble indiistrv to feel the full illicit rl) htr trusts are wrong nnd thnt In forfiitul win re the lunditioti not bun complied with. Till forie of :i disastrous free trade sdie) the aggngite trust are a hirioii injury grant hid Congnt-t- he Ciftt-hrs- t first Congm! Kee Iprui It), to business and wield a power thnt will ICfiiiil.tit.iiii ill both brunches since thf At its .iiiiiu il meeting iu IS.' Hi the present to human nature u temptation Km iliiuaiids for the annulment nf these eongress pased a strong to Is: resisted, except in a fitv grants had I en matte at it first set-Io- n Carmen" .Nalinnil resolution in 'ntor of ree inroi it) ; and eases, to us, thnt (sitter with political mat tul a law that It et .uors ruiprnilt) i shown partit and legislative' bodies, for im lliat tin re Is tirrrhy fordltrd to lit lit the following resolution nt It last pnqsr i ml, iu short, that the trust it an fulled Stiit. s. mut the rnlted Suite horeliy and a nun He to the retiitn.-- s the title thereto, all Innrt hereto-r..r- . i lit in) lo tin mi cling- i.rrii.i.ii i,t nur ftiaip ur to nnv rornom l..ui!te-0- . lint Hie Tanners' N'atlnunl eon union, there Wing home' extrptioii to lion hi aid In the rnnntrui Hon n a ralirna.l ngrlt :ress hut listiiii.l with iiriifoiuul Inifrest r to prove the rule, vtltli the ior-tlie ahte mil liistrui tlte address of Isnllet hive viry freipuntl) con-t- h opposite to and cotrrinlnon now coniplrlrit t le u of mi) siuh railroad not .latin Vines of rne2iipi on lulled trusts ami asked legisliHon i "1 lie Ciiiiiiiier. I.il of lie that would im) them, or for the least, nml In ut ration, f"r the construction ol nt which su.li Inndt wire sranlril, hinetll pnlilles would subject Ihilr affair to such public nnd all of lt siuh Inudt ore iliclar.il to bcJ Itisolve.1 thnt to sei ure rrctprocil ,' the Culled Wales ami tin- - pansh knowledge n'ul control a would n unite u Hit- puhll. iluuinlu much nterii.ui reputitlis, ttilt eoiigiess fntors their iKiwtr for evil. A representative Int should have rtulidnp weight 'Ibis agricultural bod) has never pronounced with the fnrmir iu deti legist itlon for rulprixhr, lotiinienlil trial what, les and nld for sti mislilp Hoes smile lent to iu favor of trust. The iswitiuii of the ticket he will tote. for. alde from reof sin li tisde answer nil Hie pur-o- s farmer n n girds trusts is that occupied storing uiiishlerable una to the public The lienehts to otu .igrirnltiiie from b) our nnd by neirl) all our domain to tin proht of the national fair rieiproi.il -an --m-- 'i minis wire so ap-pi- n is.piilaiion. In me, It it sanctioned by it slum id that a ltcpuhlican Con-gr- e ill tint lb'- li ohtlnili wile adopted hiientihc n search ami reiiMinlug and by ss did not fear to rnirt ngliteuiis law lit- - n pr.it lli all) tote, though tin coniiiion In uicord with the for the people and against home uf the iu tlie loiignss were delegitis of all wishes of fnrmir and iu compliit-.cmost pm i r fni corporations iu the conn-try- 'I ir sliulis of iMilitleal billef ngriihe pie tillap- with their liquet, the Cifty first Con-gies- s, in marked contrast to the Hiibscril-- t ullure relitiou of reciproeit) to which was the first Congress iu t In trusts and ccrK)ratlcms of the pears from a leading of Hielu both bra ni his lm-- e Democratic Congrisn that we havo hail trust linil assiiiiuil prnniliieuc-of the M Klnley lawiu this iiiiiutry, shut- to siuire Tim with a view prislii.lug tin- - rulproeal hastintil ut its lust usslon to Who llirnr.l Korrlgn SlnrkettT "n following bill to prolnt trade and trnileVllh couitlles Cor .viar certain Ktiropenii na nrtliles. and foi thisn iiili'"'. on and, after against unlawful lestmint midu.inmtrte linns-o- ne some of which, at least, wlillc inonnisi-hitlie llrst di) of .1 inn. lh'rj, which di elates that: lie satis preaching free trade, prnctlccil he and m nfleii nt the I'lislilent slnlt Uvirj loiiililuatlnn lu form nf io the llisl that the goteriiiiieut of nti) .niiiiir) pro. of certain fatui product lining ami exHtfllng sugar mnliiis, eof trust or otherwise, or consplmc). In re extent of prohibitory decree hail ex fee, ten, ami hldi s, nn nml uunireil, or any stminl of tr nl.- - or i immune iiuuuig the eluded our animal products nml live ml-ins stitt-of suili nrtliles, liupnoes ilutles or other ex- si viral ilulari-- or wltli fott-lgiiulluns. I. for ilit ir market or Iiml anlijet tnl to be llltgnl Kier) is rmui actions upon the .'grli ulturnl or other pro In n h) proht il.slruylng who unit illations of the t idled Slates, wliliti In tlew In mi) sin iiimL.- - nil) niieli or ran or ingnce them tn vexatious nnd wn alleg.d, the) li loinliliiiittiin conspiracy regulatiiius. btcaine It of the free Intnidui Hun of sue h sugir. inn be d guilty of a mlMluuniiior, uml. on were freiiiintly or lisse-s- , iinwholinoine inlTie. lei mil hides Into Iiu- - I ulti d . punUlit l Py a Stales in.i) deeiii to lie rrcluiouill) uuupinl com It lion t lien of. li,ill Our fnruiira were well nwire I i limiting $Mmn, or by Imprison ur uuieasoii ihle,- he sfuill tiste the iotter 1 nllegntlnn tta nn untruthful not nt ruling one iar. or by IhiIIi of that Ihi and It slnll In- his duty to suspend, by nit nt punishments lu Hu- - discretion or Ihe subterfuge, and they iltmandeil inch iinilliiniatluii to that erfeil the proiNlnus slid nf our sluuglittr.il iiulinuls ami nf this nit relating lo tin free liiiliuliiftlon toiirl lltcry person who shall monoiHillns or live nniinnl offered for that forif snth sugir. niohsiH, uiffee, tcnsniHl hides, the piodiiiHon j( sin h uiiiiitr), for slnll atltnipt In muiiopollri., or iciulilue or eign goterninentii could not plead dli'n lonsplre ttlih tiny othci person or pi rsun among .mil liine is he slulll ibelil Just, i tl nniinnl n a jiistilliation for our to monnpullte nuy pnrt Although In effect only a short time, loiiiiiune nuuiug Ihe of tlm trade or cm hiding limse products of our farm seveiul the icclprncil) arrangement made undei or with fnrtlgu nnllunt. ntul! i,a Mates from lluir market. IJii'ryuiio familiar r nml on cnutlitloii tlierenf.' witli our lite "lock Interest, knotv Hint the MeKitilej. hw ileinonstraleil (he of a u.. IMI1III.IU-I- I oy rull benetlt tllll rielploiil) wo'lhl be Mini. or by iiiiprlsnniiiintniii inn ciiiediiig thi wu n matter nf great moment tn not exceeding one il,.,.,. Span' will laam ugrii iiltniul Intel est 'th,. Clflr lirat fongrcs. that did o out slid permit of the illation of mil) one else In .war, or b) IxUh court puoUluiuuts, lu the ko much for the fanner, made molt of wheal so far ilisiietlnu of the rsun" or "persons" point: Oiir.tudmtimi Tint wonl "nt wher hptelion law that tuny met tne wuneai eviieds our needs, while the exsirtatlon evei list it In thin net, slit It he ilei ineil to In of our slcs k raiser, and Hint, bcingl by of itiissln and Argentine has so rnphll) clinic corporations nmlbyassociation .xlstlug faithfull) iiilinlulstered the Inns of ilther Ilusk. niiouiplisliiil nil that was etpoctjr iucriilhi'il that it is of the highest mi under or nulhorlzul t'ulteil States, tin, ln nf any of Ihe eel uf them. It i unfortunate thatjhy IHirtiinie lo our farmer that our wheat the territories, Ihe laws of any state, or the inaikets lie eulargid. The ability uf hi own utterances and action the pefi-- f laws nf anv (on l.-- tountry lo elo this i shown b.v iiurlloiir cut secretary of ngrlciilluro sliould have u This net is m roiuprt hensire in its In less than four Cuba. tiade with of ii trust, which it made Illegal, shown a dilfeient nttltlult) toward thoe veins millet a leelprnill.vper iiirniigement that it win clearly the purpose nf those wise laws. In tlitiruiinlug whlih ticket dSO lent., wliile who made it a law. Hint mi trust ihniild lie shall vote, the farmer will certainly this trade Inireascil nt i si ape. iu the lirst .tear after the in range i otn pale the department nf agriculture limit r Secret a r) Husk with It nnilcr.hlt was terminated II dee reused 4,'J pir icnl. Ileliiocrncy mitt Trtlttt. sec ieiiiro(lly airaiigemeiils trouhl who btgnn hi enre'er All the Contrast with the action of the Cifty. retary or agriculture ny iiisuiinig iorgan-lie- d iiave lieeii of niuili hem tit In our .,Lri-- t tingles-- , pint Denim ruts lirst tCongtitts iiil- ittiioil ill made the t inliusts: and the who ha ei in n thllil the llrst one Deiimt ralii truly fanners, andrecord of not misting ifiunrk.ihlf hastened to tciniluatc thnn since iu both lirnnclie trusts nttnluvtl evil! tine iipiKirtunlty In show, along pith Ileum, ni foreign hogur, VVlilrlr.' In this lotintri to nroinineiice whlih. m hi tutul link of sjuipntliy with farnie, Knell yeat vte send ahronil more than Its regular session, put into the mlfcr of not old) hi complete Ignnr.ilico nf'oiir $1110,000,000 foi sugar. All doubt of our the Sugar trust, bv inenn of the Wilson agrliiilliiral lulercsls. but cither an utter iH,(MH),(H)(l m, K. mtgar possessing llie hoil noil eiioiuii' n.-- i 11 law, n boiiu uf .f iucupailt) or u lomplclcly mirreaifiil In- tnillli lent area lo proilm e from beet the then In Its liniiils; nml by the sauie htti disposition to Itnrp. tnade ii profit fni the Whisk) liust of been siigm we now Import, has Ill lo I Not Wanlril.. Our naliiral ndvautnges for li llie produc- nbout ?10.(HH.(KKI on theIt whisk) tilth-draw- n from bond uftei be came ur-tai- n The c in rem) plank of the Chicago thu, nut-tion of beet sugar are nut that the lax on whisky would be platform certainly don not expreMhe Hiding th" hlglu-- wages paid here, Hirst aid given nut beet sugar Indiisii) uulv-alel- it Iniienu'tl nml bifnrc the law went into sentiment of the National (iniugi: ami Atlanta, lo that whlih has been given In effict, mid. In addition, the Wilson law at it Inst annual meeting, iu I'lirmem' lsil.'. the Hull lull sugar Industries lit I rum e and inireau'd tie nllowanie for wastage lla OitnlKiwhile in bond and leiigtliQiiul the bnndiil Naliniinl uiugicsN vottd down all of tin' nf bounties, (eiiuaii) by menu taxation, etc., ..Minn. perlor from three to eight yearn; woujil The 111 to 1 fue silter coinage resolutiondp Hon of laud I r oin Coiigress legislated ngnliist presented, and adopted lesolutloii undoubtedly tnphll) ImlM up ofir rngnr I'lftJ-lhlllaw, b) trust)', but on I) those Uf which impmt-o- i whlih it declared that It via i luphatfi. 'Ihe MeKlnley prodiitllon s are number nml whlih dial iu in favoi nf the use of both gold ami iheaiis of a bounty, gave to our beet nitli lis. Domestic trusts have re- s'lltcr it the money uf iillliu He lulctnp-Ho- n sngat iudiisliy the eiicoutiigcnieiit that nnd wu In favor uf tlie free loluage the hlslorv of the bullish) In Oernnii) mained undisturbed b) Demoiralle ligln. liitiTiinliuii.il mid I'rniite has shown to be wise nml latioii. No effort ban been iiinde by tlie of slltir b) agreed upon. uKiceiuriit nt ' aduinlageoiiB to the nation Di uiocriilli niliuliilsliutloii to enforce tlie ii ratio tn be hlghl) I leglslntl but justice to the Dcinoi-rallIt of either I'lfl) I'nilir Ihe optiallon liu-- l the MiKluh) iintiliust Ihe l'lfl) tlilrilif Congrc-hs- , the though pnrty lo hay that, until recently, through sugar uphlly llrst ur pioduitlou of law our frequently reminded uf im tint) by the It long inner, it wn Irlemlly to Int leased, Here are the figures: long n II wu inspiicd by A agricultural nml other papers, Im hiding Pounds , is mil his even a lending New York Denim intle .Iiffersoti and .luiksoii It hail u Ji'iilou lh'll. ' ', iT.ncu .!'.. paper. So far iih their iitllliule tnttnrd rignrd for mil iigrlculluiul ititeiest, but IJ IS' 44,H.m r.7 old course; I sill mists I coniiriieil, the farmer ought nut it ha drilled awn) from it hold strung.' who lb law luiiintleu been Iiml Ihe McKiiilet In n compariiliul) to hare nn) illllleulty lu tluidliig which it is inspiiul li)whileon.thoiismu! ami hiiui , political parttis iluitrlnis-- nml of the two leading uiiitiiiuul, we ttoiihl drill nf thousand uf Demount are my it .vims have pintliitvil at Mw. not should have III tote Ileum-eriitlOn qui Minus that have not had the friend.) uf the fariuvr, Ihe present to'elc-i- t e mil) the foil I thoiisainl million pounds of imrty. a un oigauyillon sugar we now consume, hut the Iiu ten sol long ami general ntteutloii ht'Hlowiil on or in Ihe treatment nf evils men to eu lit Imis and uther lo adminciinsuniplloii due lo our Inounseil poputhe tarill that no other thai hate been so iierldl) ileuoiimeil ns ister them. Is, a inmiuiieil vtltli the pi "haMc It I lation pmlt, iiiic'tes of llie welfare piece of Icgl lallon In nur history has Ihe trusts, but I hat farmers have right-full- ! loiisliliiul lo haven illicit mid ion nf uur ngticultiiriil ludiislrlia, uniL of shuivii n greatci Ink of business sense mgur liuiille punter weight with the American f the iffect on agrlipltiirnl lutcicst, eteii than Ihe lepml of oilier eu uf tint financial Integand cirtalnlv few-lilnliirj leglsj.itho our the Di mot tulle nml the Kcpuhlh; an par-ti- e fanner, cureless' underlie the vvt lfimof hate done iquall) rity Hint 111111-huve recently innilv in tun ills In our illl llulustrtes iiml which I isscninil In iigilnillnral InlercstH n printer injury or plain nml slguitluinl. the honor uml ploty of all nations. i Hibjcclid Ihe country In greater ultimate Who I'nvort llunil Mail Hfllttrr? llniiiiilal loss. 'I'd Produce four lliousaiid oil the postnlliic uppin. In Ihe dilate iiilllloti pound of licit mipnr nniihl re prj.tlloii till In Ills.' House March 0 lail.' NINU ol Innd and the million laimr wncet linld to farm and factory would nniounl to ?7ri,tHKI,l.Hj0 per oiilinin. elevotul to imps ol I .a nd and labor now small profit Ami of whlth we produce an excess, like wheat, would be put " n more pronthlo use. 'Ihe .fiii.tHKI.Otui eaili )cur vVDiiht swill our doiuisllo bv nt lenst four tlmis that amount. If we had proditu'd our own sugar Insti ad of gold having bun during the past three .vuir nil export that has vvlflel) hurt our Indus would have bieu tries and business-go- ld s timu. l'n. f;v mal is i'irt lul f. ipilie me mil. tl tr SESEki UsSMKM a4U iuuT Vm I uruiwli'U i ma it uiejc nere muck being TIubo ure iiuei ' ilrivcii to ninrknr. tlmif lo Iki slinltoil, .v.m.mi inn tjHe.iuiv ij.tv lu Ills fellow matt wlileh we have I leReyoulctvu. Ooltl nnt hllvcr In ... !. I . tlt.t l,u ..All,. I... "" "'"'"I"" oi ; the Iird's Money, he will settle it 1, Covington Thmmlay night wn.sone' HeBiy8 wcciiinot have two nirai -- I ovor ' hud . in Ohio iit ataxia late tosinoriotv, iiiVf uic r" nome is aeao-- A Prirnp. Dr.MlleanMrtOariaaoltloa iinttttiotlnttmttla 'WlllMi) the Rally nt l'.riUvillr will VmntaC ror 14,01 Of Drtea bMt, lad. makiM Dr. Miles' Heart Cure KM!SSl gapes T-Hr kmihun Fair Bros. & Co. . Sick Headache Permanently Cured companied with sovcro pains In tho temples nnd sickness at tlio Atom ach. I tried a good many ri'im-dl- a recommended fur this complaint ; hut it was not until I began taking i Fair Bro3. & Co. sell the clothing. Mens Hoots $1.25 nt Fair Bros. & Home-made Awarded Highest Honors World' Co's. 'PR; Pair. IN AND 00T yarn cox at Fair Flannel for Bro?. "I was troubled, si long time, with sick headache It was usually ac- & Co's. Good Canton Carson & Co's. 5c. X& nt Arc now showing the pretties lines of AYER'S 1T1 HVft'c-iMi- s Ladles underwear 18c to $1 each at Fair Bros. & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co. Dress goods are the cheapest and latest. Lots ol Knit Gloves. ' mis CREAM OF THE SWIM, This is the way we put you in the swim; by giving you a little more and taking a little less than anyone else. We give our customers the benefit of the lowest prices possible at every pur chase. It pays you to trade here, because you get what you like and what you need, at right prices. You certainly will- be - BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any othar adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Sver Brought to Ohio (Jocmty, glo box of thosu pills did tlio work for me, and I urn now n well man." C. 11. IIUTCIUNOB, East Auburn, Me. viWP9 Pills that I received anything like permanent benefit. A sin Carson & Co. Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles arc right, the quality ' is the best, the prices arc the lowest. LADIES FINE For tlio rapid cuto of Constipation, Dyspepsia, llillousnrs.s, and nil disorders of Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, tako N1111-pe- a, PI Aik AYER'S Cathartic Pills Fair. tfraygltt Fair Rros.'& Co. capes and Jackets nre the talk of town. Fair Bros. & Co sell the millinery, prices right, style the latest. I want to trade n sewing machine for Iwnrds. Gkoss Williams. Examine our line of Shoes and Boots before buying elsewhere. Carson & Co. There will be a Reunionol the Blue nnd the Gray at Fordsvllle Everybody Invited. ' POLITICAL POINTERS. Polls close at 4 o'clock. Vote early. Polls close at 4 o'clock. Republicans have a full ticket to be voted for. Vote the Log Cabin ticket. The Log Cabin ticket leads all oth- Xedal and Diploma at World' ers. par lor Ajeri Strupirllla. BEAVER JACKETS Black and blue $3; Lndics black and b ue boucle jackets $3 to $5; capes S2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackets, size 8 to 12 years, $1.50 to $5. We have a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infants cloaks. Te can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. Vote early. Polls close at 4 o'clock. Hay for sale at Field & Holbrook'a. If you need n wrap, come to Carson &Co. Best assortment of Dress Goods at Carson & Co's. A man's good Suit for $5.00 at Carson & Co's. Those Capes and Jackets arc ties at Carson & Co's. beau- Wantisd A good milch row with young calf. Call at this office. Everybody in the county, should go to Fordsvllle We nre headquarters for clothing. Carson & Co. Speaking, Brass Bands and a Jolly time at Fordsvilte We can sell you a Cape for $1.25. Carson & Co. Remember that Miss Sara Collins, the expert millinery, is with Carson- - & Co. nSLi-- r proprietors. piartford New fall dress goods Bros- emple Sz, at Carson & Co's. When you come to town .visit Car son & Co. Come in ami see our big new stock. Carson & Co. We hate a bigger stock ol clothing Cabso & Co, than ever. ' Bulllugton is prepared to give you a good shavt or shampoo. Fob Sale: A saddle and harness II horse. Apply at this office. Rwneinber Ilulllngtou when yo want a good share or hnir cut. Don't forget that we take school Carso St. Co. orders. We have a Hue line oi teachers' grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. Send in your orders. Silk velve- t- black, blue, gieen, brown and caidlnal 75 cents per C arson & Co. yard. Now is the time to buy shoes, nnd Carson & Co'a is the place to buy them. All wool serge, 50 inches wide-b- lue and black 50 cents at Carson & Co'a. Prof. A. S Dennett and Mr. W. M. Stevens will speak at Buford night. Everybody invited. Sheriff C. P. Keown and Mr. Oscar nishop went to Owensboro Monday to hear Secretary Carlisle's speech. Uncle Wood Phlpps.of color.recelv ed a telegram Sunday that his son, Judson Phipps, was dead at Buffalo, N. Y and that the remains would be Bhipped here at once. , Hon. J. S. R. Wedding will address the voters of Ohio county at Center night in the Interest town of sound money and protection. Ev erybody Invited to come out and hear the living issues discussed. Mr. C. R. Martin, the jeweler, who ha been here for ten years, has formed partnership with Mr. W. G. McClure, at Beaver Dam, to take effect November 1st. Ue will be at his old stand in Hartford every Monday and other days when there are crowds in town to attend to the wants of his old customers, who has miliar character on the Hartford for several years, ed.to death in her house in Lucy Sutton, been a fa IA We can sell you a ladles Jacket from $.00 to $20 00. Don't fail to vote for McKinley and Sound Money sec them. Carson & Co. and not for Brynnism. Yous truly, Col. Ward B, Sherman, ot Illinois, 0f G O. Hall. will speak at Fordsvllle October 31. Kverybody Icvited Lack of vitality and In WANTED! Please be ready to pay lor your the bulbs causes the hair to fall out To buy 40 barrels new sorghum, will laundry when delivered. To sell nnd turn gray. We. recommend pay aoc per gallon in trade. Lyman Will-avis- , Agt. Hall's Hair Renewer to prevent baldyou the best $ 25 every day shoe The Birdsell Wagon is the best road ness and grayness. you ever saw. The largest heating For sale by stove you ever saw for the money, wagon on the market. linsey 25c. Extra Field & Holbrook. nest ihome-madFords-vill- e Good jeans good ted ticking Mr. W. K. Bennett, of the U S. pants 75c. Celebrated My field pants Army, stationed at Fort Thomas, Corduroy Ky., is at home on n visit and will $1 50, $2 00 and f 2 50. Duck work be at home next Tuesday to vote for pants $1 50 nnd 2 00 FrrtiNllvrr New McKinley. coat, $1 00, $1 25 nnd $1 50 Mr. Isaac Oser.ol Russia. is in town stock of joiing men's overcoat, nir this week, nnd has been giving some prices. Don't forget to see our lectures ngaintt the free coinage of $2 50 to $S 00 and guaransilver. He Is well known to our teed In every particular. Children's people, luviig beeu here a great No 7 step heavy ribbed hose 5c. eve- many tunes. He reports the condistove $6 75 Che val Dressers $)oo. tion ol a free silver country as being Solas $2 40. Cupboards $3 50 ' very disastrlous to the poor people. Double cane sent chairs $3 00. In an Intel view with Tim Rni'linuc-a- n The following namtd persons have he give us some prices of the & paid their subscription to Tint necessaries ot life Bacon costs 25 Pleasant Ridge, Kv. since our last issue: J M. cents per pounds; sugar 20 cents; Shultz, Sulphur Springs; Rogers flour 7 cents; cheapest pair of boots IIAMI.IN ClI.ll'IX. Bro. How. of Hvcrmorc, preached Bros., Beaver Dam; J, A. Clark, Pates-vill$6 to $S; ladies common shoes $4; an eloquent sermon at this place Sun cheapen calico I2 to 15 cents per day night. Hon, J. E Durham, Populist can- yard; cheapest caps from $1.50 to Mr. Kclleyand wife, Butler county, didate for Congress, will speak ot $: 00; buit of cheapest clothing $20. visited relatives here this week. Fordsvllle Saturday, Oct 31, at p m, He says the poor people cannot buy Mr. John Harris ami wile visited Magan, ntnight. Hartford, Mou Jay, cook stove3 because they cost too Mr. Henry Black Saturday nnd Sun- Nov, McIIeury at much. Farm hands are paid $20.00 2, at 1 530 p. :iL day. night. per year for their work; girls to work dissappoint-e- d The rain Friday night in kitchen get $15.00 for a year's See the Birdsell Wagon betore purMr. T. J. a great many people. The best horses sell for $20 uoik. spelling lor that chasing a wagon. It contains splett-di- d Small had announced to $25. He says he has worked many first-claworkmanship and is a night. a week for 30 cents from 4 o'clock in We think nil the civilized people wagon In every way. Sold at a most reasonable price and warranted by the morning till 10 at night. Now, will be thankful when the third of dear reader, this brings things down We are Field & Holbrook. November shall have come. to facts from one who knows. Will tired ol gold and silver for supper, There were 72 people In the Coutt you vote for it? If you do, you vote breakfast and dinner. House yesterday to hear the free sil to put this burden on yourself. Study Quite a crowd form this place at- verite, Mr. Hays, speak. His speech this question well before voting for tended services at Concord the third fell flat and it seems from the crowd such a hardship on yoursetf. Sunday. that the cause of free silver is fl it. Mr. Bernard Ftllx has recovered The people are tired ol the promises flnrUltu'it .Iriilr M.Itc from n very hard spell of sickness. The Best Salve In the world for of free trade and free silver. Mrs Parish McDowell visited her Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hon. S IS. Smith, the great color- Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ir. W. I'irtle, ed Republican orator of Orvcnsboro, Unuils. Chilblains. Corns, and all Sunday. will speak nt the Coutt Hou.'c to- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Mr. Audrew Maple has returned It is morrow at 2 p, m. Everybody should Piles, or .no pay required. I from Beaver Dam. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction He is well or money refunded, turn out aud hear him. Price 25 cents Anything you might want lit the posted on the political Issues. He is per box. For sale by Williams & a fine orator and should be heard by Bell. furniture Hue nt Carson & Co'a. 131 yr. every colored man in the rounty. life-lon- g color-matt1 c Co. want to trade a sewing machine for a No. 1 cow and calf. Gross Wiixiaus. I We will sell for cash only 21 pounds A vote for Log Cabin ticket means of Granulated Sugar for $1.00. a vote for honest money like we hare Carson & Co. now, but better, nnd more chances to Hon Jake Kowe la In Ohio county eirn it. now telling the people how to vote, Stamp your ballot in the large but then he is harmless. square embracing the Log Cabin and Buy for cash and sell for cash is it will be counted for all the RepubliFair Bros. & Co's motto, that why can candidates. The Peoples Party haye only three we undersell competitors. men to be voted for. The first one is Hon. J. E. Durham, their candidate for congress. To vote for him a stamp in the large square immediately under the Plow nnd Hammer will do the work. Their other candidates are the third and filth men named in the rooster column, A stamp in the mi Editor J, L. Montgomery, of Mar- small square to the right of their shall, (111.) Democrat, states that for names will be counted for them. many yars, he suffered untold agony Vote the straight Democratic ticket from Dyspepsia. At last he began to by stamping under the rooster! How take Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and by the does this sound Democrats and Peoptime he used six bottles, he was as le Party voters. well as ever. Cures others, will cure Our here nre tryyou. ing to whip the old fashioned sound Will Vole far 3l.KmI.jr. money Democrats into ranks by callRosine, Ky., Oct. 29, 'gG. ing them bolters and claiming that Editor RurunLicAN: the rooster ticket is the straight DemAfter seeing a letter from John ocratic ticket. What do you think of In the Hartford Herald says this, Peoples Party voters. Ing he Is for Bryan and free silver, Uphold your country's honor by g Stnting that he has been a voting the Log Cabin ticket. Republican, I want to say to the Vote against rotten eggs aud the farmers of Ohio county that I have been a Democrat and will rotteu party whose rotten mob so OUT OF THE SWIM. If you do not get one of the Republican speaking at the court house this evening. Everybody invited, bargains offered by us in our new lines of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Notions, &c. Come in; we want to get your good-w- ill for life. We give you honest merit and your money's worth with each purchase. If you want to get Demo-Popocra- in the swim and stay in the Swim, do your trading with life-lon- u'j. Big Rally at to-morro- grossly insulted the nation by throwing rotten eggsat Hon. John G. Carlisle, the Secretary of the Treasury of the U. S, and that too, upon his native soil in old Kentucky. You can do this by votiug the Log Cabin ticket. To vote for Palmer and Buckncr stamp your ballot in the large square just below the Picture of "Old Hickory" Jackson and It will be counted that way. is (Jarson & (Jo., HARTFORD, KY. EcL-w-.SL.rc- L Customimado Garments Fits Guaranteed. Iose 5s Co. lrl. Hon. G. W. Stone will speak at tlio court house this ning. the advice of Watson and numerous other People paity leaders to People Party voters and some of them even advised their voters to stay at home on election day and not to go to the polls and endorse the sell out made by tbelr committeemen. I I want to trade n sewing machine tor corn and hay. Gboss Williavis. I'rugrnm Of the teachers' District Association to be held at Beaver Bam, Saturday, Nov. 7, 8:30 a. m,: a. Three distinct ways of elevating the school Nettle Roger, J. P.Hicks. b. How study the child Lulu Cox and II. E. Brown. c. Why are our reading circles failures I. C. Hoover, Z H. Shultz. d. Professional training, when and how acquired T. J. Small, L. T.Bar- Jones Morehead, e. 1 nard. e. Sketch of Proebel and his work, paper Mrs. Eflie K. Taylor. 1. Why I teach, general discussion, (2 minutes each.) g. To what extent are teachers responsible for moral training of the child? A. C. Taylor, J. N. Likens. h. Sketch of Pestalzziand his work, paper, Sophia Woerner. Noon, I. Act of conduction a recitation W. M. Likens, J. B. Taylor. j. Propei incentives for the student J. Ham Barnes, Lou Rogers. er Represented bv parson -- & o. ss KENY0N COLLEGE- - HODGENVILLE, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladles and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at small cost. Buildings, Strong Faculty, Chwp Board, Reference Libia ry, Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. !! ConsumD tion Out-doo- r life and Scotfs Oil with Emulsion of Cod-livHypophosphltes have cured thousands of cases of consumption In the early stages. They cure old. advanced cases toot but not so many, nor so prompt" ly. When a case is so far advanced that a cure cannot be made, even then SCOTT'S EMULSION checks the rapid Ity of the disease, relieves the pains in the chest, reduces the night sweats, and makes the cough easier. In these cases it comforts and prolongs life. Don't experiment with cures that destroy the digestion. Pin your faith to the one remedy which has been THE STAN dard for Over 20 Years. er streets of was burn is very unfortunate for Mr. Felix that he has made such unjust attacks on Gen. Hill. When Mr. Felix was a candidate for School Superintend eut several years ngo, Gen. Hill went all over the county helping him, but now Felix shows how ungrateful lie can be by jumping on Gen. Hill with both feet. NMAI.I.llOVKK. It Ilayti last Sunday morning. fisqr. CI,. Woodward held an Inquestovertheremains Sunday evening, and the jury return ed a verdict of burning to death by accident in accordance with the testimony Introduced, So M While thorough in action, Ayer's Pills strengthen rather than stimulate the excretory organs. Leading physicians recommended them because they are free from calomel or other Injurious drugs, being composed en Hrelyofthebeat vegetable aperients. 1 The Popocrats advertised that lion. David R. Hurry would speak in Hartford Inst Monday, but Mr. Mur ray failed to show up, nnd from the size of the crowd that was here it seems that It was a good thing he' didn't come. There was not over one-ha- lf dozen men In town that day from the country. The time was taken up by some local upcaktrs. For lUla A desirable farm of one hundred ll tlpur TTnrffnrfl ...-- elttiat-v- l watered, a good otched, two hundred , rl ..., tv-.- ...,! Book about It f for th aiding. . . bearing trees, good, bulldlngs.and In good community. For futther par tlculars call at this office at once, tf ' For tale by all drugguu at 50c and $1X0. SCOTT A BOWNH, N.w York. Hon, Prank B, Posey, ol Indiana, spoke at Cromwell Wednesday night to a large crowd. The free silver advocates were on hand with their rocks, &c. to break up the meeting. Daring the meeting some of the free Frank Allen's, Rev, L. Tichenor, of the Point, will silver men got out side and threw rock sat the houre and made things so preach at Mr. Jim Fulkcrson'a the noisy th it the officers had to be called second Saturday night in November, into service to quell the mob Tula Mrs. Frank Allen Is ill at this Is another instance of the Chicago w riling, Aunic Taylor Is also sick. I nt for m. School in this district being taught by Mr. C. Iglehart and progressing very nicely. Mr. W. E. Morton, who is teaching near Hartford, came home last week sick Mrs. Lizzie Witlitaw is sick. Mr Press Wood and wile, Ceralvo, spent Sunday with their father, Mr. W M. Hunter. Mr. Jas, Eudaly, who broke a lower limb while working on Mr. Tom Brown's barn sometime ngo, is worse and owing to his age his life Is almost despaired of. Miss Florn Evcrly was the guest of Miss Zoda Bishop, Point Pleasant, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Claude Allen, who has been severely ill ot typhoid fever, is convalescence. Mr, John Allen, who has b:en in the Point neighborhood for several weeks, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. Bennett, of Brda, is at Mr, k. Punishments, proper and D. E. Miller, W. B. White. 1. Sketch of Horace Mann and his work E. R. Ray. m. Teaching as a stepping stone Rachle Sanderlur, R. C. Jarnagln. n. What determines the educationHodgenvillo, Kentucky. al value of any branch W. tE. Morton, Elmo Williams. o How to secure better wages T. G. Miller, H.H. Davis. p. Sketch of Herbert Spencer and his work, paper Laura Render. min2 q. My greatest difficulty ThU U th beat ntrktt and our. la th bi. doom to ahlp to. Wo make llbor.l on comUnmenU. UmIJm w. bT twtlw (uiUtlM thwi othM boDM. la bating utes by each member. Adjournment. minr Urn lactorie. to .applT. W. Hi you th. tor prlo. una pay apo cub 1101 lu MoU. Ship .11 jour lrl. Mo .rYUoHBRNDON-CARTE- R wool ana term produce direct to But teu minutes will be given to CO. each talk. It is requested that each LOUIBVU-ItB- . KY. 110 Third Street, or 818 to 310 Kartell Court, ed teacher persent a carefu ly paper or have his thoughts " well condensed for saying something Our Job Department Is always Mr. J. W. Mahan, of West Louis(leCuite and practical on the subject. ready to do your job work for you at ville, Ky., In a letter to Tub Riirun-lic- an E. R. Ray, V. P. the lowest cash figures. says: "I will give you the SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session at all times, besU.es six other exhaustive and complete Send for a We court investivation. eourse of study. catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educaAddress tion can b obtained for the LEAST MONEY. all commuuitlons to K.enyon college. WOOL. WOOL. ! J 'I pie-par- "A word to Farmora." We take corn, shelled oats, apples, poultry, new feathers, eggs, dried fruits, hides, beans, &c, in exchange for field seeds, shot guns, teed baskets, molasses kegs, heating and cook stoves and gear, bedsteads, kitchen safes, lard cans, overcoats, ladies cloaks and hats, ladles and gentlemen Mclntoshes, sandals and overshoes, bed comforts, blankets, heavy lap robes, jeans pants and over alls. MOREHEAD, JONES & CO., than other cough remedies until they try it. Then they will know for themselvM that It is the bast oa earth. druggists sell it. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. names of a lew Democrats think that Dr not support Bryan, but are for an Bell's Pine Tar Honey It no better W. Baird, dollar: Some people will m m who will Ceatertown, Ky. niht- tftUIHfl Eva. ilalli u d&tf&fa& n OASTOHIA. A. Hon. Geo. Moore, Wm. Hungate, W. O. Goote, R. T, Allgood, J. E. Thompson, II. Payne, J. L. Blandford, M. Warren, F. M. Warren, G. W. Pod-ge- t, Ree Cary, Richard aud J, A. A short time ago I thought Aiss Aargaret Hall, McKinley would not carry Kentucky byjover 15,000 majority, but now I am betting 0030,000. If the Owensboro Messenger keeps (on lying it's no telling how much McKinley' H AitTKonn, Khmtuckt. FALL term begini August 31, 1806, majority In that city will be." at her home for tho reception of Special Thorough training. OASTOXUA. attention given to young puplli. taw HKll. Terms tu uiual. Your patronage soiwf honest Rod-man, tl m SmilO TEACHER pu-pul- e. licited. 5 Out alauiut Hartford Republican Friday, Octoiihr 30, 1896. "SIXTEEN TO ONE." We'll roln Ilia diver ie have cot and all Unit n o run rit. We'll tnal.e tlio "dollar of our dads" a hummer, ion run Bomo Buy 'twill Imnt tho country, and the devil tin lo uy. "In Oral vwi Iriml" ue'll vlunipon It, bucIi luck lo liiipiiwiiy n hen all Wo'ro Rllwrlttp, wivh Is mild mid dune, tho Uuumln Bllver, 1oj, And fto'll coin At nlxtceii to one, lt. l,u)r, I I ( and furthermore, to not the epllo thn Koldliuu erew pttlrlutn and hIiuw And prove that no are tv lint vrn latiflo, We'll copper colli and ptai e the Mtmnp upon our bloomln In hub (If wo have got no ceiitii (hciiki) at all. wo'vo cot no end of hras). are, twin 1. Juat let us So bruHflyllw) And, tip nil iif Ihe ptiillls ut a liirgni liiMtor fm 1111 rx 'I lie iniiitry utori kisiper ienJI doomi bunking liiiilmirw In ai'linusy unit ri't )y 111J. IiimI I..111KK, sui li us cxlvt In CiiiMiilu. would fiiiiilsli Uie fiiriners (lie ullli ikiIIIh nt nboiit illls Willi Miuli hunks nf slim-ethe fun lie is wiiulil sell tlirlr rmps fur lucks, deposit tliein In ImiiiKh und take up Ihi'ii iIIm oiiutcil mill's In this uuy. The filmier Kiiiiuh nothing of this ini'tJiod of iniiiliu'tlng triiiiHui'tliins,und thinks Hint Ills needs mil Ih' supplied only by muklug innru inoiie - ehi aM'r inline, If np'iiwniy. 'Ihe farmers, therefore, innlio no efTorts to obtain better lmtiklng fnelll-tic- s. otu Instead, they work mill ligultist bunks und lmnkerH nl every op port unity. I'linj tax miinny und other lisinubte iiipllal ut luoorU1, jwr whilo demanding that hilt list ls re- IIIUHT OP CONTRAOT. To lie Abridged lij llrjran and Ilia Topo Demo 1'iirty, General Directory. STATU mmamzsziiys iul makn the mun, And we'll coin our bloomln truss, my boy. At hlxtecn to una. And with the Iron and Ktecl v.e find wherever Re may rove We'll coin the lucky eoiKenhue and the old crocked cooking Move. And when ne'vecleicrml thrin ncrup heaps up, we'll turn oumelven about And Bet the furnaces ahluie and run the pltf Iron out, sujs I, rteltes we'll be, soma funsayB we, und then we'll havo As we coin the bloomln ptg Iron, boys. At sliteen to one. And there Is paper, too, m bojs, that may bs mado from run; 80 we may coin our cast off duds and liava some royal Jags. Of wood pulp, too, Is paper made; bo. we'll cut our forests down And Into shady money muke the shade trees of our town. We're pulpullatB or populists, and If you want Bomo mun We'll stamp the bloomln paper, boy. At sixteen to one. With this "sound money" talk wo hear that now Is colng round least we like the ory We do agreo-- ut numo of sound spout and shout, my boys, to And bo wo'll win tho voting herds And 1111 them full of promises and wordB, words, words. Hut words ure wind, and bo with wind. when all Is said and done, Wo'll liquidate our bloomln debts At. Blxteen to ono. duced to two Jier rent. The thnsdrlre away the rriy money thej nro scuMgrr to get. In Home sections of the south It is SO ot TS mllr.s to tho nearest Imnk. They prohibit brunch bujiks, nurh us exist In t'linadnnnd Scotland, to the grent tidiauliigv of remote country districts. The fanners themsehert are the giratr ret oncmle to what Is most needeil In Imtiksor their communities- 'deposit and discount. Mr. Sheurman makes this point clear. Un snys thut Caundtnn farmers "have sulTerrd from tho fall of prices ami from uvory other allegcxl result of the single gokl standard to the sumo extent os the farmers routh of tljem. Yet there Is 110 blinelnl-li- e leiigiio In C'nnndn, und the cry for cheaper money Is not heard. Canndii hus not only enough mone to supply all of her own wants, but also lends such grent.iimoiintH In the Culled Stated that Jculous Aiucrlcau bunkers sometimes try lo sluit Oiiindlnu money 011U" Nothing In It for Jlr. Urjim hus clulmcd thut tho frco coinage of (.liver would benefit the working people. llovv Uiey would secur unjthlntr from the free colnugo of sil ver he docs uot Bay, perhaps because ho does not know. It is certulnly a deep mjstcry. In 110 wuy thut Uie probablo course of events cun be forccush-- can any alvant(fe for U10 working peopln be reasonably shown. Evcrjthlijtf thut u mun bui for consumption in the household would be ralBod In price. Would vwigos bo Increased in proportion? It Ih not pro ha-ble tliut you would for jenre, If ever. As toon us it beranic appnruut thut tho free colnugo of silver would be under- taken prices would bo .idviinceci, but wages would remain stationary until employers could a&certuln how they would be affected. With the heavy losses that muny concerns would bo compelled to meet through tho puj mcut of outstanding ucronnls and mitre In depreciated dollars. It la ery probublo that tho norlilugiuuii would lmve to wult a long time for his vuigns to bo raised. In tho Intervul he would lime nniplo opportunity to reiillre the stupendous folly of the United SUitrs coining hllvcr dollars at the ratio of sixteen d to one unci debusing lis money, the of cominerov Cordngn Trade ItBgc-Karacr- a. Mr. sees whut too few seem to see that the farmers lime a monetary or currency grleviincc lie has Indicated whut Is prolxibly tlio only way of giving relief. lie offem Bcunethlng poslthv. Thnt the farmers uro not vHlllng to tsko tho only iemed for Uielr Ills mid prefer the quack free, plhex and cheap money remedl only prolongs their sufferings stid miikes liitlonul solution of the money question more dlfllcult and uncertain. Slic-arm-an iil contract.' "i'osslbly the United States supremo court will uphold such legislation It sustained the validity of the legal ten-dact and what? Mr. Hrjnn does not tell the people whom he nddressoa When he gets near Uie subject It U onlj' to saj- - something llko " 'When anyone tries to Rlvo you on object lesson with a Mexican dollar, tell htm that the Mexican dollar Is not 1ok.i1 tender In this country and that our silver dollar Is, and under frco coinage will continue to bo, and no ono will bo allowed to contract asralnst It.' W. J. Bryan In Newark, Sep-tiber M.' "This not onlj' shows the purpose of the man, but also gives an intelligent man a vcr.v clear conception of Mr. Drjun's skill ns n logician. If he knew anj thing nt nil nbout comnieree the of which he so glibly talks of interfering with he would know that the execution of his plan would cause an Instant cessation of commercial which would be followed bj-- a resumption upon n restricted and antique basis. Methods which the world discarded generations ago would have to be brought Into uso for carrj ing on business under the conditions which the wloptioi-- i of Mr. Urj'-nn- 's two absurd propositions would impose. "Where would tho hemp come from for next j'car'a binder twine to tlo the farmers' "whcnt? Tho United States, whero silver dollars worth less than 100 cunts would be legal tender, could not furnish Uie material. All prices now quoted nre for gold. No matter how much farmers wanted twine, when it was no longer possible to make a contract to pa j-- gold or Its equivalent for hemp, thej' would havo to go wlUiout it until some cumbersome method of bartering was devised to get around the law. Of course, in Ume the hemp would be secured nnd the fnrmers supplied, but the new way of doing business would be more costly. In tlmend the consumer pajs all costs. Hence the farmers would have to submit to higher prices for binder twine, ns for theybuj And j et Mr. Brj an claims to be the particular friend of agei com-oerel- ul everj'-Uilngel- "'We demand such legislation ns will prevent the demonetization of tho lawful money of the United fetatcs by prlvato Tho Cordage Trule Journal of October dl'cuoscs a part of the Chicago which has not thus far phi If 01 the atieiitiou which It merits that part winch proposis to tnl.onwny the right of prltateeontiact. ThoJour-11.1- l bujs that "no Industry of nny size can cnIsI without tJic use of con tracts, ngrcemenls for the purchase, sale, of nnd pajiucnt for goods. It la hardly necessary to point out whatthU means In the conlage business," It then exiplalns how rope ninniifnc-Hirer- s mako contracts with brokers, ami brokers with foreign growers ol inuiilllu, or sisal, for tlicir raw material . Having nrule tin so contracts, thcj'are In a position to muho contracts wltJi large jobbers uud rope ilcnlcrs. Continuing, tl'o Journal says: "Contructs nre nrecssary to the successful transaction of busliirs--i upon uny scafe alsjie thut of the very small retail trade, where goods and rnoncj' pass between bujer und seller Almitlta-mould- '. Mr. llrj'nn would, If president, ghc his approvnl to laws which would prohibit business men from specif lug what they shall sell goods for or what they shall pay for goods, thus seriously restricting tho right of contract. Ills tlrst nomination In Chicago was li.iM.-- upon hlsocceptnncoof a platform which contained tho following plank: " 'We demand that tho standard silver dollar shall bo a full legal tender, equally pood with gold, for all debts, public and private, and wo favor ouch legislation as will prevent for tho future the demonetisation of nn kind of legal tender money by private contract,' Ills popullstic nomination In SI. Louis carried with It this planki 1 111 Ol'I'ICIAIS ill); tun. ' Governor William O. Htmllcy Lieut, Governor V. J. Worth- Scrrclntynf Stale Clmilci Finley. Atlnrnej General W. S. Tajlor. SEE j H. Sumo. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Cotiimiseioiicr ol Apiculture, Horticulture, Slnlistica mid l.ueni Moore. uilitor - rjuiiiiitl Snpnrintenileiit Public M. Davison. liistrtietiuu-Ge- o gsitM '' lXi V- - THAT THE FAOSIMILE SIGNATURE Hlpans Tabului curr dltilmmi. IUikiiii Tahules euro headivche. Itlpans Tabula euro fltulenM. HJpniiK Tannic euro ilyipHl. Hliuns Tnbulos amUI dJctlo. Itlpaiif Tnluiles cure bad brtiUi lllpAiie Tabuleii cure blllomntw. ItlpmiK Tahuloi, ono rUi rrJIof, Illpnnu TahuJc euro InillBtlon. Itlpjn Tahuleu euro torold lltM. lllpuni T.iIiiiIpv gentU Mthtvrtl. Ulpnns Tahulrs cure rontlptloii. Illpans Tnhtilni: for eour stomnoh. 11 HIlKins Tabula cure nftUMn. ltlpaiiH Tabuleii: at drutrgtuvs. Illpann Tabulca. f ' " Register IjiuiiI Oillcc (Jlins, 0. Reynold. Inntirnnco Bureau Coiiimiiinncr-- D. W. CoiniiiRoro. Aujt.tnnt General U. U Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. HAll.ltoAI) COUMIfSloNlins. AM'fictoWaPrciiaralionTor As similating IhcFooclntulHci'tila-lin- g thcSlQmndi3 and Ltowcb of op bse' .l Hlpans Tabulcs euro liver paiisTahulefl'ple.istnt Inxstlt. .a troble. ( ' iEiwreiiTmTffi-src- a PromotosTJigcsrion,Cliccrful-ncasnndncst.Conlnl- ns ncllticr Opium.MorpUlnc nor Mineral. cWS IS ON THE Jim C. Wood, cliuirmnn; J. V. I)emp9ey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Stumicl P, Brown. COMUIK.M-IONA- IvJOTNAleCOTIC, naprnfcua-soicawaaa-. r.r-.- tt cblilnfd nd nil Tat- .ml lmlr-Mtrl- rt cotbiuincucandiKlcdfor MootRATt Fit. oun orncc it OrpotiTt U, o, patcnt Orriti Senators My, Hon. Representative Fourth lion. John W. l.evvis. Senator J. Hun. William (J. S. Blackburn. C. LinuS JXawflut Ox Joint Sai' - WRAPPER OF EVERY 'itraoti Irom Vhfnlo. Siul raoJtl, ditwint or phoW wll dwerip. ftilrlip. II psttaiAbl c noC fr ! W iIam fin- - J, nAt llu III! ttHl ! MfUr. .!... " 1I to Obula rimu," whl A PnrMeiT, (oil el uiiiIii lh U. S. lUkl lorclx juntiU, MM Kirinwtuti nauatia IcM tim IMMa Ium Zi.tM.SJti- District Apcrfccl Remedy forConstlpa-tion- , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Wonns .Convulsions Te'crish-ncs- s end LOSS OF SLEEP. TaaSimila Sitjnolurc cf STATE I.rOISLATUlU:. BOTTLE C.A.SNOW&OO. Office. Off. PATINT WAtMINQTH, D. . tree. AuarcM, f OB1 Hon. A, D. Jnmea. Representative- Ohio County Hon. C. M. Barnett. OHIO COUNTY. cincuiT coimr. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. CASTORIA 1. MDVK t, Owens Hon. J. Edwin Rone, Attorney Oweneborn. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B, Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. I). Ilingo, Master Commissioner I new vomc. WVIrABifMl4plPJCTrS&MMLJij OutotUli sot ip ia eiu ilia ... ..11 VIT01 ortUiig lit on i.cn tt twHlei ealy. II ..11 11..1. .11 J1( cr promlu ttit It ........ f iniit. f f. f ."S "itji ''SliKiPtl its,3 ,X WrtiA vwvi ""nLnk, S3 a ei Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Hartfonl. Cal. P. Keowu, Deputies Joe. Jury Fund aHSiiil,BiSSEa3 . She'niT-Hartf- nrd. this: Snniuol Keown Hartford Roberts, Fordsville: Thos. R. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continucsthrce weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY i, ,.. BALLY ROUND THE FLAO -- The Mlrerltfl Strong Man. ffiE IT VI JM a Wl Just watch the great .Mr, Urjaii, tho Silver Samson of tho Platte, bs he performs his feat of raising Uie bunion uilue of silver from 07 cents to $1.29 per ounce w Ith ht big "free slhci hammer. M,, ulu't world-renowne- d FOK COUItT. John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Htrtford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month. QUAirrr.RLY SHUN I) MOSW. first Monday in CHiLL TQNIE WARRANTED. PRICE 18 rt TASTELESS -- 3 Bii"JlHUjLm-it2fc ho I strong! JUST A8C00D FOR ADULTS. CO ' Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OK CLAIMS. court. K&lioneii Honort Convenes first Monday in January, nnd Tuesday after tho fourth Monday in October. OTHER COUJITT OFFICERS. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. X. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shulti, School Supt.Hnrt-for- d. 1. THE country. 1 LKVDINT. - L. W. lluut, Coroner Sulphur Poorhouee Springs. Mr. 0. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartfonl, JTSTIl'ES' Will mako n vipirniM iiikI n lenllr fi.ht cMinpaign ti r jirin )lus veliich will liriu Its cnnipaiirn tic(Vi i.n rfnil liy evt-inrr"cin cl'' 1 NAl'I'lV FAMILY NKWI'MMIU. ma win, . Home Prosperity. OlLATIA,llUl.,N0T 1,19QL PmH SfMtkln Co., H liuu. Mo. TO bo4ilM tf (!nt!rocn Wo rol.l leil fear. nilllVK TATKI.KMV CI1I1J. TONIC nj br iii in an toushl cur ttwi Birowny tlt draff bu,ln4.oar p In rneiir,'MolartII Mr. raT fuch nDtvarftal bkm nrtlrt tnal ruur Tuulc louri tnitr, cte. nrr i. Anmr.iicnn AC. & Dell. V'or Mle by William. Mi UKl't'BLIi'AN llirouli - a vr inurs ritvflirn. terrtihirlknot 30 n"ttnrin tiw ffrt' lftfrcUi rdfU'nUnnrr tnliiAinrL wrl k r t r IUM rrenrMktinTl ttrAUU htii FATFQLKSM? Y jn IT Noiianintt tn inMrrraMfitnn. ieml lm I fcf llm l'r.iiili.iitil bmI rlioulil lio iriw(itfii'r to the ctuire inti rrrt mnfWfttIM r PATIENT3 TREATED BY MAIL - Ilf CVVnUf) TAr il!mA, wlih 'rt)tul2 s.fMif,tjMir.rniC4f ittls in. will11. Journal. Uaiaonctttatlou of Silver. Silver was not demonetied b a conspiracy nor clandestinely; neither havo the results beeji u they ure chcltued by The free slher men. Slher won demonetized by Great It lluctu-ntellrltnln 100 yearn ngii because two yardsticks of length or tv IiiisIic'Ih of changing quuutlty Is an iihsnrillty, an obstacle to business and rommiwe. All tho civilized nutloim hao tried the Bamo experiment with the double btandard, have found It a delusion and 11 fluure uud hne ronie to tho blnglo gold standard oh a better thing. The civilized world Is now using mora silver, hna nouniler money and lower interest thun ever lefor in tho history of mankind. Tho attempt to return to the ilouble standard in reactionary, Illogical und irrational and will not Biicceed. go forward, not backward,' Madison (Ind.) Courlpr, d, Ilevo-lutlo- An Objeet Lemion In Silver, 1 i Thoro is on Anverlum silver dollar. There oro two Mexican dollars. There is moro slher la oaoh of them than In the American dollar. I bought both of them for that, Whut Is the reaoon? The solo reason Is that our dollar is a limited coinage, backed by gold. There is anothar coin. Thut Is a Trench piece,. I paid 03 cents for that. It carries u little less silver than the American sliver dollar. Frouoe and tho United States aro both gold standard countries. They keep In circulation a thousand millions of silver, and Mexico and China and Japau have not got ono dollar of gold In circulation. Tho gold standard country can keep slher In ulrunlaUoa. The silver standard country can keep no gold. Thut Is the example of every nation colnogo Gold all leaves the fiee country. Gold and silver both clicn-lat- e In the gold Btnndard countries. From a Speech by Senator Lodge. Ilaihrli uud Hollars. Tbe Declaration of Independence A great proportion of tliu American Was written by tlio man who soldi jicnplo work forwngTH,solarkorothr "Just principles will lend us to disre11m 4 Ineouiea. altogether, riupii.s the Inramen vve.ro fixed In gard legal proportions price of gold to In o numy biiHlmls of inquire into the market bushels of grain tho several countries with which wo wwJc. grain jier day or Bhall principally bo connected In comSupiosi-- . it had been tlu ciu.lom to merce and to take an averagu from pay wugr, in w hi at. them." nut W. J. Ilryan says It Is disBiippnsiMi ivliange was mndotocorn to talk about our the number of bushels remaining the graceful to the ourrenclesadjusting orld. of thu iv ' currency Eame. Would not this rrliiii wngva by just OlES AND HIS HIRED MAN. bctwoejx tluj value of 11ms difference! The Laborer Showed Himself to lie Worth w lira I. und cum? Ills Wage In Uood Money, Isn't tills what would hapjien If wo Hired Man I heard that In your Dei full dollar changed from tJm Moines speech jou said prices nro eo Btnudjrd to ilrpivi'lab'tl stiuidard? low tlmt jou have either got to get Iteatl liushelH for dollars, and you moro for jour outa or elso cut my have the wholu argument In a iiulMliell. wages. Why should uuy workliigmuu, any Holes You nro right. ealarlrd per.uin, imjono vvltb a llxcd Hired Man Well, which are jou g Income, vote for a c'1iiiihv ilollar any to do? uioro Hi. in lie would votii to liitvn liW Holes I am going to get moro for my Y. wagiw paid In a cheaper graliV.-- N, oats. World. Hired Man How? Tbe llargulu Cnuuter Cumllilitte. Holes Ily lessening tho purchasing "Some of tlio reports bay thut tho lower of monc1. Freo colnugo will womou went wild tucr Ilrjun at differgive us a dollar which will only buy ent places along his route," temurked live bushels of onta Instead of ten bushthe horse editor. els uud that will bo tho same as get"That's natural." replied thu snakii ting "0 ceiita for my oats. editor. "He Is the biiigulu couiilercan-dldute.- " Hired Man Well, what aro jou golnf) tft do about my wages? "How suV" Hole Oh, I'll pay jou just tho nam "Jlu wim Ui to inaik tho dollar down us I'm j lug j'ou now, $20 a month. " Plttsbui gh Chrouli to 81 cents Hhoil Man Are jou going to puy m graph, In thorn new dollura? Holes Crrtulnlyi the same kind ol If Thirty founiUnf lieut Mudn u llunlieL Would j 011 liavo uuy innio w heat, or dollara that I get for my outs. Hired Man Thcso dollars that can't could j 011 buj any moro food, clotliivi or Implements w Ith U10 prmcuUof your buj only half as much of anj thing as the old dollars? crop than j on do mm ? Ikiles Yes, jesj the game sort of dolIf 50 cents were a dollar, would our crops hi lug on any mow of tho things lars. Hired Man Thru, as I understand It, thutou need tluui you get now? jou propoto to get twlco as much for mo only liulf what THE FARMER'S REAL GHIEVANCE jour oats und ptij I'm getting now? , Mot n lark of illiiney Hut nf llanktng hj-Holes no. I'll Btlll pay I ucllltle In Couulry DUtrleta. lllud Man Hut this $20 wxjn'l buy Why has Canada no currency quesonly half as much stuff as uow, you tion, no cry lor cheap money, nnd no My, for the purchasing power Is tolxj iuv lesscnul campaign iigulnst gold? Tlu-sx-j so with my $20 I qiiestlonb which Mr. Thomas 0, can only gut $10 worth of stuti. Your answers very effectively In tho K'hcme would bring you twloe ua Loiidiin Times of SeptcinlxT 11. imuii for jour oats uud bring laoonly ilrli'lly Hiimmurlcil, Mr. Bheurninn'fl halt as much for my work. Is this rxplauntloii of tho dlBconteiit iimong fair, do you tliluk? fnrmiTH, which has led to thn ridicuI!oles Well, every man has to look lous demand for free nlher, Is that most out for himself. farmers lu tlio vvict uud ixnith uro nnd I think VII Hired Mim-- So I of Uie benullU of bunking fuclll-tie- s look out for myself nnd vote fov an lliey kcJilom sen (vr ub u check honest dollar for an honest day 'a worb, und nut uuaqiiulnteil with the benefits, - Council IHuiSs (Jo.) Xonporell. of limikN mid Imnk iTcdll. Tor tills reason there Ih great sum Ity of curi rt'iiuy In inout rural districts. Tho "country storu" tuippllen In putt und In u iiruilo and uwtlj wuy tlio ercdlto. wliluli tlilo muny funnel h over from i utisit of tlio ono neiisoii lo unot hrr. griut rUk liiinhril, thn slmekn-per- , For Infanta and Children. by ilinrgliig high prill's for his goods, ami by uiylng low prkesfui furui jrouV Urn uctH, really gels fumilil lH0 er euL, tiny . InleiisL 011 I he criilltH given to the-- , furinciu. Of ciniisc, suih inlcrmi rau flve-fra- riculturists! jr 11 go-lu- Mrs. Smith Wooldridge, 01 Kimble, Ky., vrns so nfllicttd with her throat for over two ye.irs that she could uot speak nbove a whisper. After she used the first bottle of Dr. Bell's Aa Unworthy Citizen. she could talk ns well as Sllvcrlto Orator What wo want Is ever, and the case is such a wonder-lulcur- c more tnonej-- . that her neighbors come tn to Skeptic Would frco coinage glvo us see lor thenisehes anil arc astonished more money? to hear her talk. S. O. Certainly. It would glvo us Sold by all chutists. For sale by both gold and silver. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro S. Hut wouldn't fice coinage at sixteen to ono drive gold out of circulation. In accordance wlU tho Gresham How tlrjitn Will "Do" Ilia TruU. law? Vou follows Mr. Ilryan to tlio Trust S. O, My friend, Mr. Bryan pronro not In It Ith nvo. You think ou're poses to repeal nnj law that is work- doltiff (jrvat tlilnffs when jou put up ing In tho Interest of Uie goldbugs and the price of one thlnpr nt n tlmu and shylocks, you get for It besides. Hut my S. Hut tho Gresham law is a natllttlo sliver tnwt scheme puts up pries ural law, like the law of gravitation. on uvcrythlnu; at once, find I mako 'em S, 0. My friend, jou aro a pessimist think Wro doing 'cm a favor. You felnnd don't know that you aro a citizen low s nro too slow, of tho grandest countrj' on earth ono fiolilnugii In the TVIif'L that can "w Itliout tho aid, or consent of Goldbujrs must luivo ffot Into thi any other nation" repeal even tho law of gravitation. Itself if It should beeomo wheat fields, Judplnjr from the way In a tool of Wall street. Shame on. you! which wheat insists In golnif up while You don't belong to this country, Aa tho prlco of sliver Ih falling. Tho muat And some other standard waaeaylacr of eompariron than their favorite buiih-e- l of wheat, and they havo not much Wufj- Boston Ii oa time left In this campaign. nam TM7 tigutui Transcript. 11 cui-seDry-nult- "It Is to be hoped that the business men of the country will curefully consider what Uie proposed interference with the right to enter Into a contract to pay nnd kind of money would result candidate for in and then vote for president who will prcserv e the freedom of commerce." W IiittiH, TIIK I.'HI'UIH.H'AK ami NKW VOUIv WKKKI.T Fords villi:. J. A. Bowling Imtli piif.t Barrett's Perry, March 21, June 20, TIHHUXK, September 11), December 1. 'J BuFORi). Ben F, Graves March uc3--reLL2G, Juno 23, September 24, DecemO ber 21. Aililrphs all (n!er lo 'lie Hartford. A S, Anil March 5, June .j, September !J, December 3. ItodlNK- .- C. Wood waul L. 1-s.March 13, Juno 12, September 11, Write your rnmr uriil aililrrs on .1 petal card, l it to Geo. W Rrt December 11. Room 2. TributtP nuiWinjr, Kivt York Citj, and simple copy oll'HI Cromw-fll- . Jont B. Wil-o- n NEW YORK WKRK'LY rKHlUNK mil hrnnihd to ynu March 7, June 7, September 5, December 5. COCI.TS. R.I.PANS ONE YEAR SSB1J2IS inn. ABULES REQULATt THC 8T0UACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE DLOOi. mrAXt TAUt'LLl r Ik ! UUU ! ladle U I1UIaMa II ,(' it !! DjriCkirRU 33:i.Y,ttox,jaL. vYYJi YOUR TEETH AND MONEY.! i? tlirooth notrttft drunttt, or tj mail, fcunfl AdirM Tin. iOcmii THC R1PAN3 CHEMICAL CO.. 19 snitXC ITBKtT. XEWTOUK CUT. IUlju Tta1i eosUla noihiaj' lJorti t UimolalKUeautuUoa. IraoMdut An Muj)i Uk. Mf tffMtaal,wmAtlhXtir Ma tut hmUmJ 1i4uaJ Moll keA t4k UttrTriiktfl,l)UtsD1CMiUiUw l7MUrr,ik OrBlT Ilrtatk, to44 U JU. rdcra f SUmmb, IJ r Dwt f X X kka fr j .JHt.rV the LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, by In (lis Ave. 1 heater Building , on 4th bet. Green & Walmt iitt? aoirto to vSJ&fi Fair OF View Herd n f in r t.i JW ji t mm it niiHtt r i.i NOriCU OUR PRICES. r if 'tc'jnu ru'br ii), t'UTiaiitcoil to fit and acInt trrakai;e fur fl?o ;tar. A U" ir.uit i '!ctMi m.iIi rtry m t, doltl fl';itt(f$t.00 ami up; Iare 3(1 re r filllnr( 7Cj All t i MiUiidt rU tr imr n 'iAciouri.i.utaI work it ie Ixttor Art J for 1cm mmicr thiui Is r.irry fip.rair in iukoiuis an eiperi irraaaaioi not i mi. ufMiVr mi M title nt) c a ruble au4 ullltnir ta ulro jou any ajtlce rf-- i u.iiural or anlficial terth. Vom.kecerjr branch of dnUtryatimliy, you (,ar miiii Poland fit- - (Jhin&s, Conic and your want. i'. V .. i - ui i, w u Kur e(iiif.itwu'i tt.rutlivtlt t t i 'in k, . i ut iriairc tvnrw r ivcin vriuiont pinim are a urn, and at prkr lower lhaii ihn lowest. la ait 1 v cit I im v one nanu tla, Ttflh cxtractrc, 25c nnd aS i c ucaa i al ajijiol toK:ital mall All c niiqlatl'm free. A lady al i ( crnwn nn i i'i).'i in ioirK nut nl;in. my Sioclc, nr vvrilo 1 1 Prion rensonabto. Am .1. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, n t!je Avenue G. WKLI?, Heaver Dam, Ky. TJiatcr IJuildlna:, ,jth St., lot. Green and Walnut h wrmwri mr,miTanzww:amM SQ0&T-HAt?- TELE0EAPH7, PENlTAKSniP, ETC. J. i'lji A"Uh1i R. PiRTLE wm-t LZ&U WtW frs(&z?7rSzsk t7mai UTio s; s& Hife 0 i SrXSXtPSSrJiSV & STRATTON BRYANT 400 THIItD BTIH1DT. LOUISVILLE. No. m desires to better bis or her condition in life, should write for tho Catalogue of tho UiVU ,W M ' SSg&oH. KY. t:t "i trs tasiM-HARTFORD, V OASTOXllyi.. 'iiniin nrriif ifi im ii airiTum in hum iirmnnn'i nil i wmw DENTIST KUNTUCWT. cf vitfyoi. atJt-nnt- J amaaiy $1.00 FOR rOHB PHOTOftBAPH. WrlW W a letter covering thoso three jiolnLi: Finsr, V.ato liovv louij jou hao kaQTvn, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A Simmons Livor Mecllclno." Secomd Htato diseases you haro known ft to euro and glvo tho names of thoso cured by It. Tiintu. Glvo your opinion as to tho dlffcrcnco between Its strength and action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver Regulator" mado by J. II. Zcllin & Co., and tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Modlclno Co j both of THAT THE which Iimo sold to dealers at 0 or 7 cents .per paekago, net, mid should ictall at not over 10 or 13 cents. If consumers aro not imposed upon, whilo our Original artlclo cannot bo sold at less thau J.'5 cents per package, as wo havo too much regard for human llfo to uso cheap drugs In any of our medicines. 'J ho ibason is plains Zellin es Co, and tho old proptlutorsof "Black Draught" wcro bothonjolned olu'iijier than nny jiulleijr ever diil ! Is iiinkiiig'aliinei eu- I'lrH lrora deceiving tho public by using tho words constituting our trado namo ; therefore, look out that souio dealer (not know Ing you nro posted) don't soil you somo Hnrllonl, yiiHriMili'iliiirnll mk to Ih ul llio mnt ifrniantil fiiiifh, cheap patkago at a profit of U00or400 nor cent., instead of ourGonuino "Dr.M. A. CnbiiiPti' per ilozuu, SI 73, Imlld''ii SI 0 thut "ill nut In 'o Simmons l,h or Medicine," which you bo Buro to stieclfy, and tako no other, na thero is nothing elso llko It. Half Cabinet iMv 81 pir On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of t NumihI-p2rnb ami Iuiijjit if Will bo at Unitiiiiil chargo, a Jl 00 paekago Liver Modlclno, oromeeelntof lottor without photograph, wo will mill you a J5 cent package fico. Ohio cnniiiy dill tnt llitt c'ltn l'li"toj.'riiplis at mimiiiible iriiv as thoy Soo tho ailments, caused by Indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, nnd Vo aro lutvinj; till tlm Iniiiiiion wo I'.irt ihi, which proej to ua that Bowels, which Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medlrlno has Invariably cured slnco 1810. nr ri'iw, . wo art' t'ivi.ij; inuTftidiil r.iiilucliini, Sick Hkauachb. I'alimtatiow or tub Hkakt. Duovvsiness. InuirAniu-TrInuiqlstion. Cold Fkkt. Rnlauocuent or Liver & Sflfek. SLEEr- Tlio Poiiiiii" Stinli i will v'i rrn horo tn K n'hixUir, then In Itnckpnrt LOW Sl'IlHTS. I.ESSSE33. HEAVINESS. DULLNESS, GENEItAl, LAS31TUUE. Bow-bl- s nnd SiiilliCHrriilltmi hhiI will IipkI ul lhi'cm.iUerp"int h'lwen Tikeu Fkbliho Sorit Stomach Bad Taste ik Mouth. Coxstii-ateSnm& Etes Yellow Biliousness. Loss or Strenoth & Flesh. SCHi-CBTEE- . IEa:aTt.rord., Is prepared to do any and all kind of Dtntal Operations. Prices wont Office over WlUUmi A reasonable nell't Drill,' Store Vitalized air or laughing nir for painler otr'artUn ol eeiiyeEei feth n Louisvillu Dfjntal Co., - in-Il- l i ilinpt-cpluo- 4WM. ft. ono-hiil- fi Hliciir-11111- d X TohQUE rAINS IX SIDE & UNDER SHOULDER BLADES. FOUL BREATH. GLDIMERINO 11EIORETIIK UVES. WfclOIlT IN STOMACH AFTER EATINO. TOIiriD Lirxit Flesh Soft & FLAimr, Acute & Chronio Malaria. Bilk cominq uimn Mouth. Nervous Headaches. Memorv Clouded & Indistinct, Wind COATK O. H. vpaffw'X' 3Cy. OWESBURO,-KYM-- . Colic si, 11 Fullness o? Blood in Head. Numbness of Hands, Arms & Feet, Belching up Gas. Bloating ov Stomach after Food is Taken. Irreoulaii Appetite. Heartburn. Dimness or Vision, Dizziness uroN Suddenly Gettino Up. SurvocATiNQ Sensations. Dispondenct or Tiieonant Women. Nausea Bevorb on After Eatino. Vertioo. Yellow Jaundice. DEriciBNcr oir I'EiispiiiATiON. Female Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Common to Mothers. Ratulencv. Ixjm op Appetite. Pains & Aches in Joints. ClIILLV Piles, nr Curino Constitution I'iioducino it. Kidnev Diseases. RISE'S COHKEHGUL S. E, Cor. 5Ui nntl War!;ct Sts, COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 2Z330.t;3r Skin Dky IU-- 1 Bilious Fevers. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness. Detestation op Food. Sudden Flushes opIIeat General Debility. op Teetiiino Children. Dtspepsia. Nervous Depression or Tired Women Unpleasant Dreams. Spittino up op Food Akter Eatino. Diar-rhie- a or Children, ' ur Hemovino tub Paiih. p.vawimo Sensations ,, Stom- iv . ... ' 11.. " p'uut or wonin.t' er.K anii Enfeedlud Children, iit Peiifectly Beoi latino the Action or the Kidneys Liver, Stomach & Bowels, so that all food taken is naturally assimilati y 0, F. SIMMONS MEDIOLNE 00AoP8,( ST. LOUIS, M0. & Fret-ruLNEA STk --- lEEHNOS DOWN THE BACK. Harsh, LlMBS FbELTOO HEAVY. CRAMP COLIC iiaoo on fr !3-t3- Louisville. a Hit. Air joe Kxtractlng Iree when Artificial Ky. Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Gold Ctovvns f 5 to $7 Pofcel dn Crowns 3 to 5 t ol teeth (no better made Rest no mitter tiow much you p.ty) , J3 Gold linings $1 up Silver filling 75c I'.xtrncting, pel tooth 15c Painless extracting with Vitalized .... In SHORT- thorn...'. .rciiral Anui.Hiel.c-v- t f.iclliti- tSi.ccchi nntwl in WRITING nnd 1IOOK Kl 151'INO UANO TYPK Pupils nsulntcd to I'OSrriONS T rum mM' r.ite TIIRUE MONTIf.'J. SlunoMphcii I'RUU 01' innln.B nt " furnn-liecompetent when CIIARGI5 , WE HAVE boi eoniuuar WrlM prlcei Hhlptnrwbarafot fnainlnallon bfora tal. eaiaiairo. lIdirot to tka Al vbolMal CENT arisro. Xa xsiiisrcsi-- DrPrixx. W. b nun:, Br. nw5 Hrirriuloj warranlL 1 OO ttjlei of rnrrlxaa. HOil7luiolUarta., 41 Itrlet fur Kldlna ad4U.