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CourAnr, Dttutr ISO, Chicago, Sccte til of Ibt Btak Accidkhi Tee HaeteobS Bepitblican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IHE SILVE& OR GOLB, Better than cither is a healthy liver. If tho liver is 0. K. tho man is 0. K. Ilia blood is kept pure, hia digestion perfect, nnd ho can enjoy liio and act intelligently nnd patiently upon tho questions of tha day. You all know what to take You have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator rttttdlsr Um IN TEE FOURTH C0N5R...I.M DISTRICT. VOL. IX. nritflBrii " HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 189(7 BLOWN OUT OF WATER. Highest of all in Leavening Power. All ot nrycm'B Campaign Artro monta Havo Boon Auaworod. Tho Uioger tho Popocmtlo Candidate Tnlhs tho llrrprr IlprnniMi thoUpiierul Conviction That Ho lifts Xothlns to PajvfHU Case Lust. NO. 15. Latest U. S. Gov't Report JTor fJearly- - DELKER 3EI-A.-TE- hjjlj1 3 S u CEiiNrxxj"" 373E3CE3IJE3ja-X- RoVal Powder 3B333&3 Baking PUBE A DEIESIjID . 0 CI 0 e 5SLt V v KKW ri o 0 Pi to fl CO p 0 0 CO -- . - xoo apei" Cent, tlxo 3E3CtixcaLsOxi3.es-tWRITE FOR CA TdLOG VI- I- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from TEEEUEUEB CO., MANUFACTUiiES, Hendrsn5Ky and Hit through passenger Part Efficient Double Daily Service from Cincinnati and Louisville lo Memphis & pew Orleans O. & S W. In connection with the to I.ouisville, reaching direct or niak- lug close connections for principal points 0U5H & On its onn and connecting lines, including Vickburi; and Jackson, Miss , Daton Rouge and Natchez, La , Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark , Wiico, Hort Worth, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex., and points on the Pacific Coast It also has t'arouah passenger trains and fast efficient doub. Illinois Central f. trains . BKYAN TO THE WOMX. I Thoy Want Lower Prlcca Inatoad of lllshor Ouod. ' i I It ! If llio VTom- Would lip Hlrillign I ml a of ThU Country 'rro ItnprtM.i'J with Ilrjan. Hchoine or IIIkIi wess r t'rUr. le dally service from New Orleans, Jackson, Memphis and points South and Tcst on its own connecting lines to Cincinnati, Chicago Making Louisville, & t. ,ouis with direct connections through trains lor all points NORTH and WEST including St Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, Pittsburg. Cleveland, York, Philadelphia, TJoston, New Baltimore and Richmond. Pullman Buffot Slooplngcnrs, Through froo roollnlng chair Cara. Particular of your local railroad ticket nRent. A. H. Hanson, G.P.A , Chicago. Solid vostlbulo trains, through W.A.KKtLOMD.A G P.A. Louisville. SEVERAL or woiuea to travel for rtpont4ble established house in Salary $780, payable $15 wpskly and expenirt). Position Enclosed self. Rslerencs. envelope. The addrwsMd atamped jYatioaal, Star Bulldlnf, Chicajo. WAJmiT Ken-tast- It U n Gtrnti(;i! Uilr.g tluit u presidential candidate who In mow idly policy looking to 1111 lnoienso of homUhlnjf like &0 pur cent. In tlio irlceh of nil the necessities of life, Eliould expect to niij the women of tin) United States to the support of his In his H)ccch nt Mhuivapolia to "women only,'" Mr. llryon had much to Miy about the horrors of tlio gold Htnndard, but he did not exploit! to them how they or their fu ml lie would be bencflttil by u change to u depreciated silver standurd with Its inevitable, high prices. In moat homes the women lire the purveyors. To them Is Intrusted the duty of exchanging the hiiuband'a earnings for food and clothing and household supplier. They know more about prices than the men do, and they follow the fluctuations of the market wltli an Interested and watchful eje. And tlio woman never Hied whowns not drllghted when tJia could innkc a dollar go further than yehtcrdny. There was a speech made before tho Indianapolis convention In which the woman's natural and proper lov.i for cheapness was well brought out. Mr. Frederick V. Lvhmann, of Missouri, nfter showing that Bryan's real objection to the gold dollar Is that It is too good and will buy too much, continued thus! On that score wo stand, not pimply as the represcntatlrcs of n party wo stand hero a trie rcsproflcntiitlveH of tho homos of this country, and wo take our Instruction, not from party platforms, but from tho practices of our housowlvcs. When tho good houscwlfo gets the dollar which is tho expression of her hushond's toll, 11 y ln Speaking Xron'dly, tt lfjny lo raid that, while comparatively few people own wheat, wo nil own money, and po we arc oil interested In having ISnt money iosscss tho Inrgest purchaidnp; power. And an for contracts payable In dollara, every man In this country who works with his linniior his bialns thnt Is, every producer Is the owner of suih a contract. It Is theso contracts which Mr. Bryan la gqlng to Impair and repudiate. They are now payable. In gold, or money an good as gold. Mr. silBryan would pny them In ver dollars, because the dollnro In which they are now paid buy too much. It will bo strange, Indeed, If the women of this country arc Impressed with such a programme. huituH. There In not rj slngloaigument wllh. which Bryan begun his canvass for tho prehldeney which has not been overthrown. Not one. Ilo has contended that dropping tho silver doltar from our coins In 1873 was a "crime," conceived In secrecy and brought forth In knavery. But an examination of the Congressional Record, the testimony of unlmpeachcd w ho helped enact the "crime" In question, nnd a plain statement of tho circumstance) which led to the demonetization, resolves this contention Into a palpable absurdity. No crime was committed. sThe'dolIar was dropped being ovcrvafuid It was not In circulation. Nor was It secretly dropivd. It vvtis dropped otter an exhaustive debute. The transaction was 119 open and above board a any of the proceedings ot congress before or since. Again, Ilrynn 1ms contended that tho demonetization of silver Is tho causo of the decrease In prlocs since 1873. This Is a gratuitous ntsertlon on his port. It Is unsupported by anything In tho nature of proof. On tho other hand a thorough examination of tho silver and the price record slnco 1873 hua proved fatal to the claim. This examination has demonstrated that prices hnvegonc up and down not In conformity with tlio rise and fall of silver but quite Independently of them. Recently, for example, wheat, ilnxand cotton havo advanced without 'any corresponding udvanco in silver. In less than two weeks vvheut rose nine cents; llax, six cents; while cotton has advanced ten dollars a bale. Comparing these figures) with tlio price of silver, the Chicago Tlmcs-IIeral-d puts the pointed question: "How do the 'Coins' and Wbnr-to- n Parkers nnd other Jay jugglers with the tables of comparative values account for this conjunction of acts and for the additional fact that bar silver" continues to linger between 03 and OS cents an ounce nnd pay no attention to the flight of wheat?" So It Is with Bryun's allegation that the money supply of the country has been decreasing since tho commission of "the crlmo of '73." We have Bryan's word for It nnd his word is no good. Tho official figures mako short work of this pretense. According to tlio treasury bullotin for July lost, tho money In circulation at that date was over $1,800,000,000; while In 1800 It was but little over $443,000,000; and In 1872 only 738,203,000. If legard be had to the per capita circulation the statistics sre just ns awkward for Bryan. This year the per capltn circulation is about $21, as against $18.70 In 187S and $14.00 in ' wit-ncsfrco-or- tl ABSOIrtnTEOT aro nTffcDtcil for lie present pfostra-io- n of business. Now tlielr attention in politely tn the foot that an act of September 20, 1890, dropped not only tho gold dollar, but also tlio thrre-dollgold pteoes from tlio coinage, and that hideous act Is still unrepealed. When wo talk about coinage act crimes, doca 1 not appear more criminal to d rop from tho coinage four gold dollars than to drop out only one dollar and tlirc; cents In silver. If our sllwr frlendn will surprino thcmwdvcH by an occasional rational thought. It may occur to them (hat tills dropping of the gold coinage, may lu all tho matter with us. It ocourred but six years ago, and Li tlio more recent as well as the morn atrocious crime, ami Is probably just tho thing that has hurt us. Wo have noticed no oxcltemcnt about the act. and judge that tho reason for this unaccountable apathy Is that this gold dropping was dono In secret by base conspirators opposed to tlio yellow metal, nnd In the interest of silver. Our silver friends will In wise to look tho matter up, and seaxoh out the real criminate, ro as to relievo themselvcH from suspicion before tho people generally become awaro of It, Louisville Commercial. con-gros- ar 1FC0. Which Has Dropped? Mr. Pornn computes that wheat would tuy tho sume equivalent of corn and oats In 1374 as It would In 1603; but It would buy more of silver, therefore baa not depreciated but gold has Admitting that tbeso appreciated. prices of two cnrefully selected yenrs ore crltcrlans, If It wcro anything but kllvcx about which men wcrodlscusslng they nliovv thnt iiia demand and supply of wheat, corn nnd oats have been nearly uniform; therefore, their prices have not varied; whereas tho damand and supply of silver has varied and Its vsluv has fallen. Tlio question Is, therefore, has tlio dropping of silver from tho coinage eawved tho difference between tho two values of '7-- nnd '03, and If so, would Its coinage by tho United Stntcs alone restore thoMj values? Tlieno Is room for discussion In regard to tho llMt n proposition; thero Is llttlo room In regard to tho second. Kven Mr. Koran nnd tho Bryan I ten say It will not, becauso tlwy predict an Immediate advance of prices In tho United States flonc, Cleveland (0.) World. all-vtfordla-Cvislo- A TRADE JOURNAL'S SUMMARY. flt i - ' - BSrAVHR BAM . R. TIMR TABLE 9tt Uall Asawatmodatlon Way Prcieht WEST BOUNp, ..... . AeMMmodatioH 7: 16 a. 11:43a. j:j p. 8:18 P. . p.-in- m in. m. m. j ' I - do not desire cheap commodities. D. Wo do not mean to say thnt tho worn-o- n OlaeUaaU Limited are peculiar lu their wish to mako HiJJ a. m their tnouoy go o far as possible. Thero Ajsoaaoiodatloa 5:2 a. m. who wants In his right Way Plight 6:6 a. m. Is no man cents a poundmindsugar w hleh for to pay ten p. m. ho cau now iurohano for less than five AcMaamodatloH i:iq Uall 7:10 p ui. cents a pound. Money Is worth nothing at nil to men except for what It will buy. Xabmw UMBICX, Agt. Tho man who works In tho stoop doe not work for money, he works for bread lrMBl. And meat and clothes and shelter, for 64. pace medical refereac . .Faun and for nil book to any person afflicted with any schoolltig for his children, tapeclal, chronic, or delicate disease those cri'nUiro comfqrtn, without which intolerable Of jnKullar to their sex. Address the Ufo would bohis pay lu bread course he or nicut, leWiug; physicians of dcf not get which he does gtt Is 'Uio United States, Dr, Hathaway & l buV'lhe money used to purchnne these things. And Mr. Co,, 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Bryan projouvs that ho uhnll hnvo lees ! 4J-- i. of thein. Prices ore to bo rntkcd . through a cheapening of Ihe dollar, C'oqdruiitd Teallmouy. Blmply because Mr. Brjon lelleves thnt Chad. B, Hood, Broker aud Manuprices are too low and the dollar too facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, valuable. And so the American people nro niked to voto ter lower vvpgrfl. Mtn, certifies that Dr. King's New Discov. ery has nOjqual as aCought remedy. as well ns women, are opposed to this know more than tho J, D. Bi&n. Prop. St. Jamas Hotel, policy. But womenrelation of money to incji do about the was goods, nnd, If It be possible, they nro Ft. Wayne, Irid., teltifies that he cured'oi a Cough 67 two years standi lent likely to be rtocelved by Mr. Brjon'a ing, caused by 1a Grippe, by Dr. misty rhetoric. The orator admitted In his MinneKing's New Discovery. . D. F, Herr-il- l, apolis speech that he pioposea to r.ilso Mass., siys that prices, lie showed how wheat would Baldwlnsvllle, he has used and recommended it and rise In price If the supply were cut lu neyer knew It to fail and would rath. two while tho demand for It rcmnlaed same.' Ha went on to say thM ns er have it than any doctor, because it , the ow ncrs of wheat would bo glad to the cures. Mrs. Hemming, 322 sco wheat go up, "so the people who own always R 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it the money, or who own contractH pnyu-bl- e lu doAarB, profit by tho rise, and at hand and has no fear of Croup, be- - j cause it instantly relieves. Free they nro glad of tho rise." Preclavlj who In It thnt owns money or 'conTrial Bottles at Wllllnms & Bell's but payablu In dollars?" Uvery nn tracts Plug Store, Iji the U.ilted who works for. BAST-BOUN- HW Orlasna Limitel . . 11:12 ' she, ns sho goes out shopping, cheapens ovey nrllclo which she wishes to buy. Bh exhausts all tho resources of her Ingenuity to transmute and to translato It Into as much as possible of everything she wants to minister to tho comfort, the wclfarn and the happiness of her family. And I profer that praotlco of domestic economy tho Instinctive wisdom of tho women to all tho political economy that was ever prcuched by Dryan or Illand. Vet, Mr. Uryan seems to think that ho can blind tlio women to the fact that tho adoption of Ida policy would greatly rutbo prices, or else that tba wttnen Various Ways In V'liloh Moaey May Ita Obtained. .... i I I 1 To a man who has no money thcru are to gctdt namely (a) Hepr It. (b) Steal It. (c) Borrow It. (d) Secure It by gift, (o) Trudo Homothtng for it. If wo. nro to beg for It, vre might Just as well do tho best wo can. Therefore a dollar based on n gold standard Is better than a sixteen to one sliver dollar, Is worth nboutS3 cents inwhich y trinsically. If we aro to steal It, we want tho best. A thief who would Meal a silver dollar In preference to a gold dollar would Ixj acquitted on the ground thut ho wos Insane. If we borrow It, wo want thnt kind of money which will go farthest, for so we can get along with a smaller loan. Therefore a gold dollar Is better to borrow than sixteen to one silver dollar. If we are to secure It by gift, certainly we should not depreciate that which wo aro about to receive. This brlngH ua to the. e, which Is tho woy ruowt money Isobtalued. A pertinent question rqr each of tra to ask nt this time l"i What have I got to trade for money which I want? It may bo labor; it may be a bono or oowj It may l. bo lumber or Bhlngles; it moy bo a At the present time we con trade any of the nbov and get a gold dollar for every dollar's worth of value, us may bo agreed upon between buyer ond seller. We can get a dollar which Is worth a dollar auywbero and everywhere. Now, your labor or horuo or cow or lumber or machinery will be worth Just as much, or nearly as much, next year us It a this, but If we have free colnago at sixteen to one will the dollar which, you got In trnde be worth as much as the dollar you can get now? What will that bo worth? Can you tell? .It may bn worth S3 cents or more or less. One day this, one duy that, but con auyouo toll? Tliess are nil pertinent questions, ond, wlven cnrefully considered, roust guide lis In voting at tho ne-- election In November, ami do not )ot sight of tho foot that If all the silver In tho world la coined Into money yuuwnnotget ncent of It except by a, b, c, d or e, above reJournal. ferred to. Lumber Trr-dneverul waj--s 1 raw-milo Another favorite Bryaulsm Is the declaration tint free coinage would give tilier such un Impetus that It would at onev sell at $1.2'J an ounce, thus placing tt ot a parity with gold. But this s a nebulous conjecture which unless counts for nothing Is entitled to no respect whatever. No nation ever has succeeded by resorting to any BUch expedient In keeping the two metals together. Bryon has been repeatedly challenged to give tiny substantial reason fur entertaining such a theory and tlio bent reply that lie can make Is that the Is worth trying. But experiment prudent men shako their beads aud stoutly maintain that It would be tlio height of recklessness to try an experiment with unvarying experience repudiates and which In case it failed would bring unspeakable distress to tho country. The alternative BryanUm Is that free coinage would result not In the appreciation of silver to $1.20 an ounce but In' cheap money In dollars. A ceut dollar, however, docs not appeal to the great army of wageearncrs, since tt simply means a loss of half their earnings. They prefer tho present dollar having :: purchasing power of 100 cents as, Indeed, do all Americans who are entitled to be abroad without a keeper, Ab with these, so with all tho other pleas which Bryan has been urging from multitudinous stumpn to apply the probe of Intelligence to thuu Is to destroy them, ilo assures "the! tolling masses" that free silver would1 glvo them higher wages, but carefully refrains from mentioning the cruolai' consideration Unit during Inflation eras w ages nev er advance cither as met or oa far as prices. Between 1800 and 1865, for example, prices went up 116 per cent, nnd .wages onry 43 per cent. It la acnrcely necessary to say anything In regard to the planks of Bryan'a platform apart from free silver tho planks which Invito anarchy, which look to the degradation of the supreme court,' which would violate the sanctity of contracts. Hla desperate nttempta toj defend theso shameless proposltlonsT have simply served to convince falrf' minded people tliat tliey were Indefensible, so many Insults to patriotism. In a word, tho longer Bryan speaks, the deeper hecomcB tho general conviction that he has nothing to say, On bis own showing, out of his own mouth, ho Btnnda convicted at the bar of publlo' opinion of having-n- o case. Itocheater. 1 (N. Y.) Post .and Express. SO-- 1 Little Doom, Adlra. ' A little boom In Chicago grew, Puffed by the popocratlo'crew It grew, A winner ' i ! ' sure It seemed to the vltw Of Anarohy Allgeld and Tillman, too, Those two. ' Over the bind It briskly flew, Uttering forgeries old and new, A few. Dut election day will soon be due, And tho little boom will rjo up the duel Adlcul Buffalo News. ' THE OREATER ORIME. Dropping j ' vias ing tho changes on tho crlmo ot 1873. which dropped tho sMver dollar and Ihrro-cepioco from tho coinage by an, not of congress. They base thor chief argument for free coinage of slltor upon a mlBrcprvsontallon of tlio foots, Mid although the colmigu of tlio dollar wna resumid after au Interval of five years, und SO tlmcii as many bf them coined In the succeeding I2ycaraaa had coined from tlio formation ot the I'oveniment up to 1873, yet thews gentlo-medeclare that It Is to tluitciuku we Ix-en of the Oulil Dolla! at Which We Hear Nothing. The allver ahrlekeru never ccaws ring- DenfiiesnCnimot be Cured By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cute deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, ond unless the in- flamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of every ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surFor Infants and Children. face. We will give One Hundred DolTil fis- j0 mh' lars for any case of deafness (caused sty by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu. lars, free. FJ.Chbnby&Co., Toledo, O. is the one thing roost IS 4t Sold bv drug gist 75c. Hall's Famdfficult to Inculcate and always hard ily Pills arc the best. toiractlce, especially when there are good things to haue within reach. But There lias Ileen No Redaction. there is no necessary II When a sllverlte tirgra you tovotefor you take Simmons Liver Regulator. free coinage on the ground that "the It promotes digestion, prevents Dys- crime of '73" reduced the money In the pepsia and a dose after a hearty meal country, just show blm theae figures) The money In this couutry in circuof delicacies will prevent any discom-ior- t. lation, not counting the money in the It's the best goodnight toddy. treasury, at two dates 20 years apart was os follows: Doable Standard MapH"eraar. July 1, 1ST. July 5,13. The Mohawk volley was settled by State bank notee ft.OT.US 21.0M.lH Dutch, as your readers know. Bubsldlary silver the fractional currency. 32.933.HU 'st3'.Vsi',U When tho country was new, Vankoo United States notes. 331, 4(7,378 ZIS. 3M.MJ National bank notes. peddlors came through th settlements Spocleonraclfloc'st. SI6.lW.TtH 2i.000.CKW and purchased tho crop ot maple sugar. rfoMooln. 4M.1tS.4si u.m.oss Hilveruouars On one occasion a green Dutchman u. Oold certificates sold a Yankee his maple sugar far be- Silver certillcatM 211.2S9. .H7,3si Sherman notes... low tho market price, and his neighbors J1.840.CM Currency entitle tc. ,.., teabed him for being deceived. Ilo nn.6W.M tl.GM.T2J. Total said, in reply "You volt and I will vis: 110.11 I2l.ll Per capita clrTn. him next year," Tho, next spring ho Besides the money In circulation sold his crop ot sugar to tho samo Yanthere was In the treasury $lll,803,340of kee at tho same price. When his neigh gold to cover the certificates and mainbors rolled blm, he said) "I am no fool. tain the redemption of legal tender I tnado the sap that sugar wos made notes, 378,011,043 silver dollars, which from of half spring water." The green are In the treasury mainly becaute peo-pDutch farmer had Just as much comobject to receiving them, and other mon sense as those cranks who assert moneys aggregating $084,510,081. Tho that 30 oonts' worth ot silver and an whole amount ot money In tho country equal amount ot w ater will make a dol- -' In 1870 was $703,683,284; In 1806,indud-irjg.gol- d lor worth 100 cents In gold at tho presand silver bullion In the treasent standard N. Y. Sun, ury, the nmount Is 13,346,807,953, The Minx Would thrive. Front a Great Democrat. With frco coinage of silver at the raA depreciation of the currency U altio of sixteen to one every mine In the world would bo worked to Its fullest ways attended by n losa to the laborcapacity and tho entire output dumped ing classes. This portion ot the comhave neither time nor opporat our mints. Why? Because fbrovcry munity to watch the ebbs and flows ot tunity $0.0 of stiver bullion our government would gye tho owner $18.00 a net the money market. Engaged from day profit ot $3.60 upon 16 ounces. Who in tnv In f hlr UHAfiil fiHft fhv An nnl 'would blame the mtlllonaries who own perceive that, although their wages are nominally ttiH luttni-- . fir hihii Mimnwhol silver mines for making this mouey7 Common people will bo forced to tnko higher, they ore greatly reduced, .lu tact. tv , h ninld Inrrrnir. nt enrroni-v- , , ... ........ ...v.-- . .,-.-- . from the rich rolneownerndollarntlOO cents whoso Intrinsic value Is about S3 which, a It appears to make money cents ond whose purchasing value is abound, they are not ut first Inclined to consider a blessing, Andrew Jackson, never higher than Its Intrinsla walmv Eighth Annual Mewsapo ntchmondvUle (N. V.) Phoenix. ....Even l(!tweretruethatfreecotn-agoIllil Ton Kver taUteoutoouo would raise the Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for of silver, how would that benefitprice tho yyur troubles? If not, get a bottle PToat majority ot the American people? now and get relief. This medicine Jfot one person In a thousand owns a all. lias been found to be peculiarly adapt- .ver mine or hoa silver bullion for which cewanta a higher price. Hut every body ed to the relief and cure of all Female ,wonU to buy silver In the form of man. Complaints, exerting a wonderful "ufootured wtlolcu of uao or ornament, Influence In giving strength and and therefore want it to be as cheap tone to the orgaus. If you have Loss possible. A scheme for making gUum wore or hardware dearer wouldnot of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, much favor from the conmimernof Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, those goods. Ia It at all likely that the Sleepless, Kxcltable, Melancholy or consumer of silver manufactures are troubled with Dizzy Spells,! Electric onsloua to pay more for them? Wka 6sA tklmk Iiuters is the medicine- - you need. Wanted-- An Ttiea UtMtOlwUflli f mm tbapu Health aud Strength art) guaranteed me tfins you weelifc. yoar thv Fifty cents and ft. 00 at r(euljohb wivduuss 00, r U" it use. write WuUniMa. t. 11.. tor u.lr ur.lUt two kMdrei (avaU4al.iu wU offer Williams & Dell's Drug Store, WMUJ. w4 fix-pre- If Ite Is Sane Tie Is a Knave. Mr. Bryan is again complaining bitterly of tho superior quality of United States money. Ilo cries out In agony because a man who has a dollar can buy a hundred cents' worth of necessaries with It. Mr. Bryan sold In a recent speech: How good do you want money? Just good enough; not too good. They have' been making our money too good. When a dollar is so good that It will buy ten bushels of oats It is too good a dollar to use In this country. That noasonso was uttered In Iowa and was Intended to Influence the farmers. But tho American farmer Is intelligent, and not to bo fooled with tha misrepresentations ot a cheap In tho first plooe he known that It Is not true that a dollar will buy ten bushels of oats; sccondly.hoknowothat If It were true It would bo due to an excessive supply of oats and hot to any thing that could bo changed by legislation, and lastly ho knows that tho purchasing power Is exerted for him, undiminished, when he has received it for his oats or other produco ond goes to buy tho things which hs cannot produce. Bryan'a howls about money that U "too good" alone should be sufficient to' condemn him In the minds of all honest and patriotlo citizens. Uhen ho says that the money ot this great nation ia too good ho says In effect that the nation Is too honest,. .Ilo would have the United States adopt nd its motto: "Dishonesty is tho best policy." If this man Is not mentally unbalanced, and Is accountable for all that ho soys, ho is a knave. Albany demo-(.vogu- e. doi-lar- io STABLE STANDARD. Mr. Uobart shows Why OoM Is the Dest Standard of Value. In his letter accepting tho republican nomination for vice pneeldentllou. Oar-lo- t A. Uobart said: "The money standard of a great should bo as fixed und permanent ,o tho nation Itself. To secure and tlio beet should be the desire ot citizen. Itcstlngon every stable foundations, continuous and unvarying certainty of value, sliould bo ite distinguishing characteristic. Tho experience of all history confirms Uie truth that every coin, made under any law, howsoever that coin may be stomped, will finally command in the market of tlio world the exact value of tho materials which compose It. The 'dollar of ourcoimtry, whether of gold or silver, should bo of tlio full value of 100 cents, and by so much as any dollar ls worth less thantlds lu the market by precisely that sum will some ono be defrauded. "The necessity of a certain and flxd money value between nations as well as individuals has grown out of tho Interchange of commodities, the tradoond business relationships which havo arisen among tho peoples of the world, with the culargcrocntiT of human wants and ,tho broadening of human Interests. This necessity has nxudo gold the final ntandard of all enlightened nations. "If we are to continue to hold our Lplaoe among the great commercial wo must ceoso juggling with this .question nnd mako our honesty of purpose clear to tho world. No room should be left for misconception as to the imeantng of the language used In tho bonds of the government not yet matured. It should not be posslblo for any party or Individual to raise a question ns to tho purpoho of the country to pay oil Its obligations In the best form ot money recognized by tho commercial world. , "Any nation which Is w orthy of credit or confidence can afford to say explicitly on a question so vital to every Interest what It means when such meaning Is challenged or doubted. It Is na-'tl1 right-minde- d For years you and your fathers have found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been put up only by J. H. Zoilin & Co. Take nono but tho genuine. It has the Red Z on tho front of the wrapper, and nothing elsa is tho same, and nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J. M.It. Wedding Jns.N. tJlenn, LAWYERS, (Offloe, over Anderson's Demur.) GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession ia at. thecourls of Ohio and adjoining ccoc-tie- e, and court of Appeals. Special attention givon collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. IIAItTFOBD. KY. WHi practioe his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ei Appeals. Special attention given toollectionj. Office east side of purJi, - pin Heavrin. L ' Taaaaes uii..Sna.itli, PL square. M. L. Siieuiy Tayior. TAYLOR, KY. -- attorneys at Law HARTFORD, Attorney at Law Beavkr Dam, Ky. HEAVRIfU "i Perry Westerfiefd, " -- : Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in nil that woshouldmake Itknown at the courta of Ohio and adjoiniiw once nnd authoritatively thnt an 'hon- counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel est dollar means any dollar equivalent to a gold dollar of tho present standard of weight and fineness." Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING HARTFORD, KY. Will practioe hia profcewon in all th courta of Ohio and adjoining countkm Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to hia oarv. Col lections a apocialty. Office over Oiilo County Rank. Also Notary Puhlto. a. :m:. B.K3srE,T,I,, Attokney at Law, JE3. Attorney at JC&w, HARTFORH. FTV. 3. KTESlIL., (Cbrmfy Attorney) CASTOR IA Will practice bis profession ia tie Courta of Ohio aad adjoining cosm-tie- t. Special attention given to Office in Courthouse. Self-Deui- attention given to making abstracts, Ao,, also Notary Public for Ohio County-- . Office North side of public square. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. ' 3 JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL self-deni- al Attorney at aw Hartford, Ky. Will practice hia profession in all Ike Courts of Ohio and adjoining countlts Collections carefully and promptly to. Office with T. J. Smith A Co., Market Strtet. R. B. LEESIMMERMAN, )r.. fi. Office amaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVIU.U, IND. 4i6Upp. First St. 1 Attorney at Law, IIlIUTFORD, KY., J.B. VICKERS, lib profession lo Will practico aad adjoining tention given lo his care. in Obis counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in Rbpubuoak building. HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all tho Coarts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special given to collections. with County Attorney. Office Attorney at Iaw ARMISTEAD JONES, think All IfJpP Who teneuii.M HII IUGU ot toine batcutf thla to yoar laeeei tnty m&r i.nng you weeun. rroiecv CO Pettnt Wrlie JOHN WIDlitllDWRN seye. Weiblaskm. O. O.. (or thlr sl.au trU0iuor. O0e e4 lUt vl tnu buaUraJ uiTCulloue vreutoj. UniltPii UlllOU n lMinUvUle.llen4ere.Mi . nt I.oulelUII. way Do' lu JJfleet Juno I. No. 41. No. 43. tUilyWeat boumlEir.ilally L. Louisville . . . 7 55 a m 6 30 put It Brandenburg . . 9 aa 7 55 820 I. Irvington . . 9 49 LStephenpott L, Clovarport dl-te- u LHawMville I, Owanahoro Ar Henderson I. I, L L Hast bound Hennbfson Owenaboro , HawervfUle Cloverpoct , . 10 28 . . 10 47 . . 12 , , . it 15 p 1111048 ,., t 15 US5 Mo 4a It 858 918 9 44 vo daily No. 44. , 7101m , 8 as Ut h Stephenport L Irvington . . h Ilrandoaburit Ar Louisville ...93$ 9 50 , . . , 10 3 55 5pm daily 453 5 17 , 10 51 . 11 18 a 45 p u 6 16 SU 639 111 8 00 Hartford Republican ' kih a.an nr.imoiT TlUDAY, NOVKMDBR FALL OF PniOES. Not Cioly felllor, la to Appreciation of Mold, Mai to Cheeper Coet TrodurtUMi. f ut Svibaorlptlon, $I.3G por yoar 6. iSofi. I We ate authorized to Announce JNO. D. FIN LEY As a candidal, for the offise of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action oithe Republican patty. m ' Hon. Darid A. Well, author of "He-ccEconomic Cbaugcs," oik! tho greateat American authority on the cum of fulling prices, had a full page article on .m. ,.,k(.. In t.ie v... vwl. Tribune of Beptcuibcr 7. He Amis that there has been a unlterttal tall in prices. averaging 30 or 40 per cent., since 1873, but tbat It Is only In this country that the fall la attributed to the demonetization of silver. Continuing, ho says lln, Washington, Lincoln and Grant there Irt 1 gulf wider and deeper than the Pacific Itself. LI Hung Owing U mistaken In thinkI.W.- - t andtho rTpUoircarrnTe afof FrahTS INQERSOLL Ths CotonM ON MONEY. Subscriptions $1.25 par annatn in advance. Local noticed toe per line first in sertioa and 5c each subsequent iussr-tioLarge contracts special rates. Calls on candidate and political matter 10c per Una. s. Rates and Torou. in port m Politics and politicians Mill now have time to get their breath. Now that tho election is over erybody is ready to go to work. ev- Ohio County's Vote by Precincts President Cong tew PRRCINCTS. The election is now a thing of the past and business will now adjust it self and once more the commercial world will begin active work. Now, that the election is over, we have taken up come old subscription accounts and will urge the payment How absut of tame without delay. Look at the label on your payou? per. EastHartlotd . West Hartlotd Beda . . lis JM 131 . 49 144 151 93 OS Sulphur Springs Magan Cromwell . . . Cool Springs . . ic6 1S4 135 55 L-5- 131 "5 "3 120 87 85 89 5 19 Rockport Select . . . . . . . M4 148 49 163 101 131 142 87 103 15" 52 167 "7 7' 45 18 6 54 tot 133 92 161 9 3 9 12 5 The election Tuesday passed off quietly aad very few quarrels and fights bare been reported so far. Ohio county did herself proud, as she always does, by net recording any fights. Horse Branch Rosine Beaver Dam . Investigation In Ibe ense of Iter. Jasper and the advoratrftof the gnVd appreciation theory will, however, lead to 41 no 57 disappeared from Chicago, so miste-rioudlftrrcnt conclusions. It is to be noted. 64 BartletU 90 116 54 a few weeks ago, bas been Heflln In the flrnt place, that the tidvoeotcsof si 63 13 53 He was adjudgthe latter theory, in stating what they found in Tennessee. onscrt 10 ne tlie truth, never enpi 2629 2655 58 112 2637 21051 646 61 Totals . . ed a lunatic and has been sent to tie themselves other than generally. In all i 26 Pluralities 53 asylum. that has been written or spoken In sup-port of the gold theory on either side of I Onto county Republicans have the Atlantic. Xo one has ever bwin able to onme a Although much to feel proud of. single commodity that has notably dethe county has gone a little Popocratic clined in price within the last 30 years 18TT. it is still Republican by an increased nnd satisfactorily proved, or even ate tempted to prove, that such decline wis W. Lewis. ,.,.A long na gold, either from majority for Hon. Jno. due to the appreciation of gold. And miperiorily aa a mctai, from R Fighting against odds as the Ohio the reason for such default Is that It rarity or from the pnvfudrera of mn county Republicans have been, it caouot be done. klml, rrtnlna so ronsklerable a pr On the other hand, not a single cometnlnenee In nhio over a it haa makes it the greatest victory that modity that has notably declined In hitherto lmd, ft nnturnl coreequvtica of has ever been known in Ohio county price within this tlmo can bo named In ' this fctnns to te that Its condition wffj politics. All honor to the gallant Rebe more stotlonnry. Tlie revolution, respect to which clear, abundant nnd therefore, ulilch may rnkr placu lo th specific evidence cannot be adduced In publicans of Ohio county. compnnitlve niluo of gold nhd ellrt proof that this decline hns boen due to will tie change In the state of the latdecreased cost of production or distriCM ON. ter rather thon !i that of tho former. bution or to changes in supply or deMrs. Minerva Hoclcer, who has Alexander Hamilton. mand occasioned by wholly fortuitous been visiting friends and relative at circumstances. ....If tho fnst thnt tome fnrrnecaar this place, has returned to her home JJobody, furthermore, has ever rhen poor In to Justify tb connw(Ioq at Goshen. to explain the motive vvhtoi has 'Im of the property of cr(.dltor would net pelled tho honest sellers of merch.in- Little Miss Artie Bennett is on the the pwrrrty of the Coscy armirs of dlso all over the world during tire last 23 ' sick list. regula- - tmmpa ehd unemployed v.01 kra Justify bcoul!" yeora to take lenver price for their , ., . j, . them In dsmondlngA shnra of the prop v. u Mrs. Nettie Hocker is improving. 0 ttoo of tne TttJ110 of con,,., on f he Wrj B goods In the fore of an unrxntnulcd , F sto"'1''"5 ond an hon- - piotu Copt, Ocn. Weylcr tiad a deficient erty nwrnl by tbe fitrmera? 8 Mrs.BettieWilllams has returned to nbundonea of capital and remarkably la o tight for everything that ot cafih nn1 he hod tlw Ilonco ' low ratca of Interest, except for one or est dollar her home nt this place after spending , put Mono fr1?T",':aV0n Prfrre. and T Aaaljiwd. a lot of ;pxr nxniey ,I both of two reaaono execas of nupply for several days near Sulphur Springs. cjtircnahip. An Illuminating gttmpne Into the BnJ ik cwy. a i or diminished demand. Has auynno --Xthe OomrnercUl Advertiser. T. family spent a A. C. Stevens and body hould take It at n par with gold. conntltuents of "the innney power" it ever attempted to explain how It hna of 11a depoct-tow ,Nnnu w pracucnuy ur.otTmor-- a(TonI-t- l by nn nnnlj-nfew days at Smallhouse last week. happened that during tlie recent pnrlod BILVEn QUESTION IN NUTSHELL In a saringnlunk of Dubuque, la, tin! law, ttiero waa government con of tbe fall of pricce the worldTa arock of Mr. John Withrow, Smallhouse, is n Gctttej Too Ulg trol of the currency at Its bent. If )xm which hna 7,014 accounts, mpreaentlng money, and especially of Htlvrr, him been Art. Oar C. T. the guest ol his brother-in-ladidn't take tho banK bilbi ot ptv yoo, $1,000,000. Thcss 7.0W trMns ara constantly Increasing. neighborhood, every rural town rn the country were llabta to bo nhot, Kvm Dryno clasillliil art fnllow: Mrchaolos aad In Barnard, of Liberty Ia H not plain that a phenomena! defree cotnags ndvocotea are promUlng couldn't do room for silver then that, lnbotrn, S.IH); fanners, l,S0T( trcb-cr- a able one known to American history, cline of prices in two parta of the world S. B. F. this week. fanners that sixteen to on would ruloo nut did tho edict keep tho bank notn and pmfesonal urn, 033j as the Bryan followers have all along with entirely different monetary condi the price of grain and meat and thua at par? Xot f or a lay . Almont Instantnnd ejreutora, (10t capita), tions, muat have had other causes than reduce the poportlona of the produce ly they were at a dlsoount, whtclrsooo II. 5HIII anotlr gllmpao la furHot held out the raot alluring promise to a demonetization of silver in the United llllll of the farm that goea to pay tbe labor amounts to 20 per cent. IXen with nished In this itaUmnt by an excepr?T rtrF catch the iinsuepecting voters. But State, which took place. If it overdid, of employed. Of all brazen performances tionally well Informed man of rrsnkli guns and bnyoncta you cannot molio o comparatively short tlmo niro (renvoi right will prevail aiid Iho victory of tbe Sherman act In 1893), mid which of tbe century, tlie most Impudent la 60 cents equal a dollar. Weylcr has had county. Mom., a county eotnponed l'rsbUm. An Apil by whlctk at the earao time ths to give up trying. Ilo ban finally alentirely of small farming towns, has not prevented nearly $000,000,000 that Once upon n time there were two tor Sound Money ia enjoyed by Demare invited to aasist in a lowed the Havana stock exebango to In a recent addmm as to the ptaU of silver credit money from circuiting old meu who sat in the market early campaign to maka their food more dear quote the value ot the bank bills In gold. cmti" of that region who havs Isaoed In the country at Its full nominal vn!un7 to them and to reduce tbo wages of tho Wo were going to say that this proves money on western mortfragrsi Trooi every morning ond sold apples. Big in ocrats ns woll as Republicans. That the price of labor In s one Yeeterday's daily 'papers report gold hna not. declined, but menmired In moat numerous claa of the powcrlensncns 0 low to establish data Ihnt I hare obtained I behVee that Each one had thirty apples, and Increased Louisville in tho nountry. not Iras than 13,000.000 of rraokna the value of money, but we remema marked degree everywhere In the old men sold two for a cent, of the that Kentucky is very close and her Ttiero hi tbo silver question in a nut- ber In time that Cuba han lem than tf county money la Invested t aorld during the last quarter of a shell. Disand the other old man sold three for a la simply a question as to OOCsOOO population to our TAO0V50O It westrrti farm mortgages and thattw electoral vole may be cast for Bryan century, haa been already commented IhlriVt of this belongs to formtrs man whether our cent. Iu that way the Cist old man are getting that nh ncivr put cknvn tbe greatest and may be cast for McKinley. It on; hence, If the purchasing power of too high wagea. Tuoy may na well faco rebellion of modern thncS) but ha In active life," got fifteen cents for his basket of aps gold haa lncrcnaed during tfiln period a the question. If our bo inbabltanta ore not the richest, proudmakes uo difference which way KenAaarrw JarkXMi vs. W. J. Braa. riven amountof lt would hm o pnrchnscd pies, while the second old man reMr. Ilryan soyi a cheaper do! lar would mora labor and not lem, or uluit la llcvo they nro gtHtlng too high viagoa est, most Intelligent people oa earth, ceived ten cents; so that together tucky is counted McKinley is elect. 'J10 somo thing, fuul that this country la auuering In and so we are not eosure. Her case is be better for the working claiwea, wage would have fnllcn, but cents each day. they made twenty-fiv- e ooofccquencc, all they hovo to do ia to only a part ot unrrereal experience Andrew Jackson raid In hta last me d. Louisville gavo a big Republicwhich they have not dona. who Y, aagv: Hngngrd from oldapple-matako Kowcr wag. If they prefer o but we have changed all that-t- f. But one day the day to day In OMt Measured by tbo price of labor, gold an majority, ai did the Ebveuth Dis-roandabout way, they can foAxir freo roat. usofiil toils, they do not perceive that, sold three for a cent was too sick to haa unquestionably depreciated, ami recolnaga of ailver, and they will get their although their wages are nomrnallj "trict, but tho First and Second Dis cent careful cxamlnatlona Indicate that Conflstarloa of Propntf, go to the market, and he asked his trogea cut down half without any tbe same or even somewhat hlgho, the ratio of Its A former who hod hlacropbf wheat neighbor to take his apples and sell tricts rolled up big Democratic ma- In 1873 to 83 Indecline has been from 100 further trouble on their port. they ore greatly reduced. In foot, kj 1 W3. Mrasurcd also by In tho light of our experience with stored in the granary or a manufacturer them lor him. This the other old Ohio County Coos for Bryan jorities. tho decline in thn rate of Interval on who had his worchouw filled with tho the rapid Increasa of a spurious our flat money legislation, from tho greenman very kindly consented to do, auch eatabllbhed sccurltlca nroducts of his fuctorv would think it rency. which, ns It appears to maka 26 and Glvos526for back to the Reports from the Fourth District us British con&oia, tho and when he got to the market with ratio hao been cates, this Sherman pig silver certifi- nn outrage If tiro government should money abound, they nrom.t find loctlo4 country will to H is f Lowls, ot his notconsider a blessing. are that Bryan bas carried it by from 100 in 1B70 to 73 in In 1S0O. Can finally learn that wealth Ls not created mslst upon confiscating the two baskets of apples, he said to until the prices of ths neresaarie anybody suggest a bettor measure for I by flat, but la tnado by labor) that tho wheat or hta goods, what better is it of llfp become nu dear that tbe tuborinf himself: about 2,000 and the election of Lewis testing thin Issue? by tho adoption of free ailver coinagotd j law can put no dollar Into any man's "I will put all the apples into one A BIG VOTE POLLED, is uouuuai, out should tbo count one-haPlan any ono ever endravored to ex- j of tho wego of thtj clanscs cannot mtpply their wants out pocket unless It 'unit takes it from tbe confiscate f basket, for it will be easier than pickplain how an appreciation of gold haa pocket of some laborer of his accumulated of their v. afres that their wage man, and that savingA, or other show bis voto to como anyways up reduced tho cost of rullroad and wnter lf or of tho dower of tho Vfh.l D T 0 with DIUnr ing them out ol two baskets." s nro first and moot interTho returns from the entiro couo ot tho pension ottha Spend them. Do you vrlsh to get M with his vote in Ohio county he will transportation, to tho cxtctit of mora ested in opposing Interference by law, widow, or So he put the sixty apples into one soldier? Philadelphia Itecord. than 73 per cent, within tho lni.1 20 years, There haa never little or as much as pomIWo for root yet been made a low to trv up to yesterday prove conclu bo elpcted, which we trust be will be. although the wugca of employes have, j basket, and he said to himselt: dollars? put Into any laboring man's pocket a Want th lUt TcmU. "Now, if I sell two apples for one sivoly that McKinley is elected Pres notably advanced during tho name single dollar that tie did not earn. Us What good will It do you Tbo vote in Ohio county was very Tbe fanner and the mechanic must twice ns many dollar from to tako ta period T cent, and my old friend sells three' ided and that tho next House and or all men, therefore, haa the best rlghl free to uso tlie very best tools and pie If olher people are to other peo largo, and shows that Bryan bas If, on the other hand, thcro reductions for one cent, that is the same thing to must that there shall bo no le menta, and the merchant and aa many dollars from you? take twrct cau&ed by tho suppression of the patocd will linve u majority for Sound ried Ihecsunty by 20 majority, that will raise the price of whiu Danker must bo frea to uuo tha very as selling five apples lor two cents " and were There are two sides to the cheap do rree ot silver, will not, n re h ha, lo buy. and thus take from him Dcst money ana s Money, instrumcnu orerralti lar. When he had sold the Lewis carried it by 526. The Re- ZZTSl" y Poou of what be ha earnedmeasure of volud he found he had oly twenty-lou- r A eufiicient number of Slates have publicans bavo made a big fight in to advance their freight rates and rob Hou, John Do Witt Warner, In Present An honect and stableboth as ore honest Is just as necessary to tho people, an will bo claimed, by exact cents, which was right; because lliere gone for McKinley to give bim 2G3 rroblems." ond stable measures of weights and the county and their strength bas ing 30 per ecu I. moro than at prceentT are twelve fives in 6ixty, nnd twice quantities, and It requlrm no argument Whcro Are tho rtcncOUT eiccwrai votes aim uy giving lum fooled tbo Popocratic managers, as And will not some supplementary Ilut if the twelve are twenty-four- . silver dollars should double to show that without them lt would be Seven Months With If to tbo act be neceo-tar- y tho prices of form products, It la qui ta Impossible to transact tbo ordinary to prevent their so doing? other old man had been there, and some doubtful ancs he will have 300. they were certain on a majority of Wonderful Recovery of Health. aa certain that thcynrlccs of on the business of tho country. Hon. John each one had sold his apples separate- It hns been a graud victory fur Sound over 300. Mr. Dalrd'a rapid aod rosrvelons recoverv ....We cannot by law fix the vnluoof products which the farmer conmimes . O. Carlisle. Jroma mere skeleton to his ly, they woutd have received twenty-fiv-e Money aud nn honest government. In the pounds, or way. would that fulMUU ofths Tnnfii liaa Vwuin n f Invt .!.& itka There Is nothing old about Dr. either metal or coininto of any of the case double easy to.namehow Infarm- - I lron"ltS:lvhic and cents. Now how is that explainarticles thut enter the wonts of see the lt is not 'mptK,,, of Bpcchj payments in 1879 modlclae overproduced, namelji " As the silver craze bas been buried Dell's Pine Tar Honey. Reliable old life. Tbo great law of demand and sun- - er would train onythtntr by tho free ..... '.i. . .. ed? . , St. Nicholas for November. J. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. ., I mi"H" L"u, " nlv nffm... fh,, nl.,n n. It I f .11. T".. time remedies are used in its manuwo will now seo prosperous times. , labor? the last to ri.o In n?tta Every person who iias used Dr. theTw'anl of de- facture, but Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Hon-e- y copper or xl.ic. All ave fallen in n Tho states whose votes nro sure for ket volue by new dlecoverl- c- piloted currency ond lofl.ES price hanSe li" Bell's Pine Tar Honey pronounces it on scientifically combines new and and Improved meansV methods of product lotw would finally, after much distress of or cwn ailver duilart? the best and quickestcure for coughs, McKinley are as follows: valuable medical nuclides. This Henator Hhermam tha worlnngmen, atruggle up to the troubcolds, grip, lung and bronchial remedy advances a theory in the NOT A "CHEAP COUNTRY.- - common level. ELECTORAL VOTES. WHO IS TO DLAME? Dut whether tho farmer BbouM reles. It is a harmless guarantee California 9 treatment of all lung and bronchial ceive $100 for IOC bushels of wheat and Thorrun Mlver TTulf HnysTlut thHm One nights. against sleepless Connecticut 6 coughs unheaid of until its introdac-HoMom; ljmi It IHaiurhlng llulnra. Whore tho Amotions Worklngman pay out $00 for tha necessaries of living Druggist bell it. Delaware stops the cough. Thu wolf In tho fnblo blamal tha It always cures quickly coughs, Dlfforo from Ohlnceo Mandarma. or should receive $800 for the came 3 For sale by Z Wayne GrlOiu & Bro. Illinois wheal and pay oot$160, In both cases lamb for stirring up tho bed of tha It strengthens weak 34 colds and grip, tlw balance on baid would bavo Just stream mxl making fho water muddy, 1.1 Unr Chsaf Alludes to a Vital lungs and relieves consumption. Indiana Fc tlie samo purchasing power. But In ac- Tlut," hold tlie lamb, "tli Avoter runs 15 Ths rnr.UWIlB lli.llj. Which Is tb Corner Moo Last Saturday was a big day lor Iowa it Druggists sell it. For sale by Z of Ametlcao complishing tlw degradation of the from you toward me, I could not hova "Oh, well," 6 Wayne Griffin & Dro. Fordsville. The largest crowd that Maine monetary standard, which could do disturbed your drlnlilng,' tbe wolf rejoined, "If you did not, you neither the farmer cor the 8 had been in Fordsville for years was Maryland When LI Hutur Chanir, In an Interview any goal, an enormonn depreciation ot grandfather did." And he straightway Excursion rates from Deaver Dam on hand to paiticlpatc in the Repub. M issachusetts 15 With the metropolitan newspaper values and confiscation of accumulated dined on young mutton. to Nashville, Tenn , nccount Con n Hcan Rally. Every arrangement had Michigan Tho sihvrlte wolves who am howltaff 14 declared that "labor is more ecTiHngs, Involving public ond private National Association Agriculcalamity ond threatening to overthrow expensive In these states because yog credit In a maelstrom of destruction, been made to entertain the crowd, Minnesota 9 ture Implement nnd Vehicle s exclude cheap labor," he nlTbdcd to a would Inevitably ensue. Are the farm- our uxiud financial system pretend to and Col. Jno. A. Joyce, of Washing, New llaiushire 4 at Nashville, Tenn., Nov vital fact which is the corner stone of ers and worktngmeu of the country find an cxeuno for their sixteen to ono ton, was on handtonddiesi thecrowd, New Jersey 10 schemes In the unsettled and 18th, 1896, fare $4 12 for American civilization. It la not strange willing to Invoke auch a catastrophe? bUHlncbs. Ileeausu loans nrocondition of and besides him speeches weie made New York being called 36 17 that the Chinese viceroy, intensely rhlladelDhlo Record. the round trip. On sale Nov. 15 aud patriotic oged he ia, should regard tha J, n, Dinux In and capltul Is timidly waiting the reby Senator Taylor, David Powers and North Dakota as sult of tlie elections, tlie adrocatra of :6th, good until Nov. 23, to return, Oeary set prohibiting tbe importation A. K, Dames, The parade was the Ohio ood S.?9 lr. at W 23 freo coinage soy, In tho words of their St of his fellow countrymeu Into tbe Unit I va II. IIiihrick. Agt '??' .su dona for largest that ever assembtcd in Ohio Oregan 3 presklential candidates "you are inter ed Slates SB unjust. Looking at the ferliigwltli business." All unfavorable county. Capt Smith and Capt. Penn ylvanla 3 questions of labor and of social organiI Indications In trade and Industry they ssVaSi? S2J'SJ,n "" The only permanent cure for chrontafl tr Lyons, Jo Roberts, Sim G lines and Rhode Island zation from the viewpoint of a Chi- -' 4 issdleloes, and flsallr. loudly ascribe to tho gold standard, and For Infanta and Chlldrea. ic catanh is to thoroughly expel tbe nese mandarin, LI undoubtedly believed the other Republicans nt Fordsville i;.ii:oio 4 tho manufacturers who aro forced to one the American people to be supremely poison from the system by the faithgreatly assisted in entertaining the Vermont 4 limit their output by reason of tho ro-- rural, foolish becauso tbey Insist on paying ful nnd persistent ut-ot Ayer's ' fitsal of merchants to crowd Virginia Wot buy while them la IV. rt. XOlKrWrWl" m poo ads. 6 high wages to the great army of their Till wonderful remedy uessora M no much uncertainty about prices) aro .asirHWefirewa Wisconsin 13 proves workers. To tbe oriental mind tho success lul when all other nceuacd of being gohibuga who aro pun Booth Bead, lad. masses who labor dally to procure the J.H.BAIBD. treatment posely malting hard times. Total Dr. MIW.Nei Is .aold on t6j sufferer. has failed to relieve the necessaries of life are little moro than WOTIOK. uo iTiEo!! LJJ Nfta WruHt Ait lite f A.1S Ml It sltould be easy for all Intelligent cattle, whose toll should be gained of Bm Cough bjnip. TMUiOoud. DmM kJ I wurr every rata and worain lo the troltcA voters to see through tho hypocrisy of lUdratTbUMirUatH, bottlos for to. or In a gnui rniy respeo's lie ram Ljj lotim. loidbrdniwliu. IntersiUd la th Opium sod Vfhltiy In Mr L. P, Lotiey, Ownesboro, was cheaply as possible Iu order that those SUtet Ml U4T the sllvcrito claims. Nothlnir con bo VSI Ul 01 POOftl OO IBM Ull above and UWIM ' 0t- - 'oro I'liiu just c!oid it (lie nn U mini rk- - In town Tuesday, inCurv, concVlum ot "" KS Dr. "C-Ih- An Powers, of Owensboro, who McHenry . . . Centertown . . . Smallhous . . . East Fordsville . Went Fordsville . Aetnaville . . . Sbreve 10 ISS 142 53 36 169 114 68 81 100 103 32C 86 84 22 4 S iSn 64 169 75 126 172 85 104 '43 153 4 36 169 114 68 75 81 39 9 61 to 65 4P 5 34 2 80 66 163 64 44 105 162 Granting, as every Intelligent person must, that the recent universal decline In prices cannot be due to any local sgenoy, but must be attributed to some universal InSuence, It is claimed that euoh on influence is to be found In an .appreciation In the value or purchasing power of gold, owing to Its limited and InsuiQclcnt supply, and also (hat this decline In prices followed the actnonetlzation of sliver In some coun--, tries, and the closing of the mints in Other countries to Its coinage. The appreciation of gold, helped by rji alleged enforced scarcity of sliver, and a decline in price seem, therefore, ,to eland to each other In the relation of Causa and effect, and the cause of the. advocates of silver has accordingly at he outset much of plausibility. Ilut plausibility is not proof, nor assumption truth, as is strikingly Illustrated by the claim of Jiev. Jasper, pastor of the Pirst colored church In Richmond, Vs., that "the sun do " and the earth "do stand still," and who has more of eeemlng facts In support of his faith than coo be ndduccd by the advocates of the goM appreciation theory for cannot everybody with eye pee the sun move up emy morning In tho east and move down every evening In the west 7 And if the earth room 10 miles every second, na the astronomer bugi tell n, would not every movable thing fly off Jts surface as mud does from a revolv ing carringe wheel? And on nothing does fly off, is It not certain that tho mo-re,- earth stands still? ely Olaton Buford V 96 44 .... M'KINLEY ELECTED Certain. He Will Get 263 Electoral Votes MAY YET REACH 300 Silver Men Have Given up the Fight. exclusion of Chinese coolie ... .L- - Chlaiffo m Octoltrr Si I. A ..A .J . rv i V Money tliat Is uioiiey Jmmh! agonalI , .,... . ..." .... , tmils no luckeri It U always lk. Z good. No natur liow many 11.1 Uotw go "',,, " Ignorantly calls the "laboring clan down to dust, good wotwy uuuiJtm the witnei. V Imve n nun rmmliig party." There li do sush party In tb on tbn plntfarnws for Uhi United Elates. Practically every American belongs to the with tMO rice jmwWctito, thot i"J money Li n civnturo of liw. If tlw "Joboritig class," We are all workers, rich and poor alike, and we are all proud goeTiinipnt ciui make money by law, why phouM tlie government eollrct of the fact. Neither the Irish, the Oet nuns, the Italians por any other type of liucs? According to Mr. Bryan, ww tlie frkimhi of silver, and Immigrant! who hove become In (rood futlwTs faith naturollted citizens of thtn coun- yet our denr old fntJirrs In oil Un-llives mlntel only 8,000.000 of thrw m try have any right to be conaldered aa Reparole clam of rotem. They are all crvd dotlam. Nov, hco what tlio Americana from the hour when their of silver Imve dour. Bincc 187J naturalization pope the cmrmlca of stiver hoe nHnol out ore delivered. Their IntemAa nre at rmce merged 430,000,000 of threw dollars, nnd ye with tho interests whkm ore common rtlvcr kept going down. We arc coIih jmg cow over $2,000,000 a month, ami to the nation. The prows of and Americanization goes oa bUwt keeps guiug down. from thai hour with sstentahlnff raSenator Joncn, of Nevnda, in 18TJ, pidity and completeness. .Yotrd for th in' of 183. He tald, A nation which holds tndostrr ia ,f rom his npvvch In U10 wtinlc, tlot Ood honor, and in which the rail splitter, Imd mcile irold tlw ntan5nrd. He snld the tanner, the canal boy and the plain thnt gold was tlie mother of chlllm-country lawyer can rise to the prrtiden- - ' tion. Wliethcr ho 1ms hmrd from Ood cy and treat as equals the rnhrhtleel xlnc or not I do not know. Out now ho rulers of the earth, boa no ploce within iaou the other aide. Benmtor Btewnrt, of its boundaries for "cheap labor." In Nevada, wns them at th time, Imt voted China and In moat of the countries of for the not of 1B7S, and said that gohl Europe the laborer Is a serf. Here ha) was tle only stnndnrd. He hui c5iugvd b a roverelgn whose scepter b ths bal- his mini. Xo govenrmcint cim afford to lot and whose manhood, unfettered and bo a clipper on coins. unbought. Is the bash) on which tho reA great republlo ounnot afford to public securely rests. Fmra the rank etiuop n lie on wlher or gold or )opur. Of labor the grrnt captains of lnduntry Hortret money for on honml pwpt Ishave come almost without exception. sued by an honest nntlon. You ctmnot The statesmen, the manufacturers, tho rnoko ft p"!"" dollar without Inking a bankers and the merchant princes of dollar's worth of toper. We must have the United Stata art nearly alt men paper that rejireenls money. I want It who were born In moderate itwucd by the government, ond I wiurt earlier yean were passed brihJnd every one of thewe. pape1, dollar m tb workshop or on the farm, and either a dullur In gold or a silver whose, eminence is the result of their dollar worth 1C0 crnAn, no ttit "very own energy, courage and perseverance. grwnliock under the flog con lift up Its The gnte of opportunity is never closed bunds ami swenr: "1 know thnt my reon this, side of the Atlantic The em- deemer llveth." That wtis where I was ploye of this decade Is the employer of 0 years ago, and that U wtiere I nm unthe next. it Ight. It la precisely these conditions which l"or nntlocM ami tniltrlduals, at all distinguish the United States from all times, evurywhtronnd forever, honesty other Important countries. An oriental is the brut policy. Keller bo on bownt like 14 Hung Chang cannot be expected brokrupt than a rich thief. Poverty m to comprehend them. An ictlve and per- - lwkl In Its lamd the Jewel lienor a nlclous crew of domenUo agitators are Jew H tlmt outhlnc! all othT (tnw. A got ng about the land preaching the thousand times tetter be poor and noble aevirs gospel or atfarchy and diahon-etMain rich arJ fraudulent. Nobody can and doing their utmost to persuade Ijc helped by free coinage ecept tt few the people that they are being plunpeople who could pay their dobta If they dered and oppressed by th fairest sys- were willing. Berne my that It would tem of government the kun shines on help tlo mine owoera. It would tx, The free silver movement Is oa Cotning thb bullion would attempt to cheapen labor and degrade not locrcore Its valixs rntodolfcrta could bccnimo you 0,000,000 of workers by reducing the cuin ths bullion of the w hole worid and worth of their wage The the supply would bi frreater than th verdict of Vermont foreshadow ths llac frrAcoinngeCrnornrw, Judgment of the nation upon the policy nml there in not a rilver mine owner which would lower our currency to thi an by that would Chinese level and pauperize our pro- chfinirlng mnko n dollar not coin, it Into Amcrtcnu u ducers to make a market for the output woukl l wxrth only what dm boll loo or o irw mvrr mines. i j ' Is worth hi the open mnrkct. The cbeapnota which comes through We wunt rood mcuej- - good, honet oepreciauon enj detcrloratloQ 1 a curse whleh the American people win moiry. Ar.d there wns never any rml not endure. There is no room under the l)ropritJ for n. nation or nn indtvldusj stars and stripe for cheap money o n Itliout bonefity, wltiiout integrity, ttcd cheap man. The higher and more stable it is our duty to preserve therejnitadoo I wblte. the standard of wagru, the greater wfrj of tlie pivn bo the prosperity not roerrJr of th Ctoto't DUgiurwrlnff nxr"ta bot of the farmers whose CuU ls furnishing a ing that the Hlle Home Itiiln Trutln In III! Own Vnlqn rullowlng Is nn extrrvot fnrni tlie ajwech of Col. ItoU-r- t (I. Ingprwill ut gimt-nnU- ll 'CZlm.i -- ,' ,,i,,. " t?J ". fir-sv- er ttln able-bodi- ed wv r ftie-ml- asalmV-itvtlo- n incut entirely cauwil by tlie ngltatlna for a dcbnrtd currency. With n large g politicians liumW of up nnd down the country ahoutltig for cliccp doltans aud promlftlng lo cut tlw jnrtuiuro of valut iu two If lliey gain control of the government, Imjw con lnwlnewi bo good 7 A tight utouey market liui4y meona tlwit Uiu owners of capital are uiiMlllhig to make Uxixw. Vof any renMnatle man oxiect that f enabling lorrow era tojmy tlc dollnra l going Uicir debt In with their (ocitooumKe Invraiora (o ropitalT On tlie contrnry, laKnotK-levident thnt tin clamor for a debt re trtidlatlon policy U iita rrnl nmrm of mwlnenn deptrrnlonr Bo long n thrro remain nny dmibe to the fnturo ftnanclnl ImwIs of out grent Iniluwlrlal nml mcTciuitllo opera tkwn W) king will thrro be anxiety and fear In the commercial world. tMtni falliUMnt cnjMttd will continue to Im-ewill tu hcimto nrvd Interrnt high; debta collect, ond limtor will le hard lo will hcsllnte toenfrageln pro1uetlTli. rtiwtriea. Thla condition of nffulrncau only W rwncdlcd, In o far as our money aiandnrd is coneerneil, by an riuphatle dcclnrntlan nt the poll ngntnot freo all. or and oil other cheap money falloclca, 1 lo!d mund, triable cturenejr to h4 ninong tlm greiitrHtencounnrrtnenta to InduMry nnd btmtneHi generally and na ummind ami flitctnnllng now expand-In- g and now contracting, no thai no honnt man ran tell what to do a among the grtaimi dbtcourBtremcnta, John C. Culhoun, 1838. ufllro-oxkln- g po-lutlm-ato- ditu to tho gohTVtnriflnrd nny iinnnmCi Ktritigciicy which may now exist Unl jrt olrcnm-sfances,wh- oe y He wlio tatnen with the currency oba labor of Its bread, lie pander h deed (o greedy capital, which la krQ righted nnd may nhlft for Itorlf, bnt h lieggnrn lalKir, which la honeat, unsuspecting nnd too buny with the present to calculate for the future. Tho prosperity of the working claraea Itrtv ntxl ban IU being In ratabiUhad rnoM-credit nnd a atrndy mrttlum of payment. Ail sudden changes dcetroy It. Iloneat Industry TKrr comes In for any part of the rpoll In thnt scramble which take place when the currency of a country Is dlwrdcrud. Did wild schemes and projects cut benefit the Uxlustriooa, Did violent fluetoatlons itrr do good to him who depenih" on liN daily tabor fof Iris dally bread Certainly never. All thee thlnffn may gratify grcedlna fos midden gain or the ranhncna of daring speculation, but they con brlnff nothhaff tail injury ord dlstrrw to the homes if tntlent liulus'ry end honest laboa. IXinlcl MVlwlor, Speech at Now Torlf, d Itata-trinel- A VfiinilBa frtM TrtMt. one-hal- f. sll-c- r ud J wage-earner- s, I VXtSTSL .Iv v. nearbj-exampl- e ' R"cnt a x rv SOUND MONEY AND PKOTECTION. Kentucky is Very .Close and Perhaps Will go for M'Kinley. Republican Vote and the Eleventh trict. OABTOHIA. admin-lntnXor- && wogc-enrnc- ra wage-earner- civ-Hir- y ti Lewis May be Defeated, he May be I Elected. J gold-payin- g g one-hal- lf one-hal- tb, onc-lia- wage-earner- ono-ha- lf I ( te ,) sixty-npple- ?!?IJ??T?T e .- Fever. .., I; ,l """ S Xnd" .""i 'S S3 n. ClU-Uatlo- N wage-earn- er zen-tio- Mana-facturer- I I oe '..13 CASTORIA l!!rfJ!S!&d. SSV.WiJi'' 1(5,JS3i?PTA.yvJ"?V lai 111 Zm, VuV. ' !" Mile' Nrvliw &nKdlcafaal'? i CAPES AND JACKETS Bros. & Co. --- Fair Arc now showing the pretties lines of Indies pg-g- , --- And Jackets Sver Brought to Ohio Qocmiy, Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles arc right, the quality ib the best, the prices are the lowest. LADIES FINE BEAVER JACKETS Black and blue $3: Ladies black and blue boucle jackets $3 to $5; capes $2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackets, size 8 to 12 years, $1.50 to $5. We have a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infants cloaks. YTe can please you 'and price. in style, quality Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. Bros. proprietors. artford gemplo Hay for sale at Field & Holbrook's. New fall drets gooda s Co. of fashion.- Carson & Co. Lots oi Knit Gloves. We can sell you a Cape (or $1.25. Caksok & Co. Born to the wile ot J. Warren nett, Beda, a girl. Ben- - at Carson & Ob's. If you nted a wrap, come to Carson ft Co. When you come to town visit Car- Mr. V. F. Miller, Daviess county, son & Co. was Id town Sunday. . Come In and see onr big new stock. Mrs. Martha Ward, Illinois, is visCAKS3N & Co iting relatives near Beda. Good Canton Flannel lor 5c at Bulllngton is prepared to give you Carsou &. Co'. a good shava or shampoo. Best asioituieat ot Drew Goods ot Hon Sals: A saddle and harness Canton & Co's. horse. Apply at this office. it A man's good Suit lor $5 00 at Bulliugton when you Rituember Carson & Co's. want a good shave or hatr cut. Mr. fen D RliiKO, Bowling Green, Don't forget that we take school was In town this uek. CAHbON Co. orders. Thoae Cpes and Jackets are beauWe have a bigger stock ot clothing A Co'. ties at Car.-'Ot-t Causom & Co than ever. Wantku A good milch cow with I want to trade a sewing machine young calf. Call at this office. Cuoss Williams, for boards. Anything you might want in the We will settlor casltonly 21 pounds iurnitute line at Catson & Co's. ot Granulated Sujjar lor $1 00. We are headquarters lor clothing. Causon & Co. CARSON & CO. We hare a tine Hue of teachers' Mr. D. Dellaven, Indiana, ts the family this week. grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. guest of his father's Send in your orders. The Blrdsell Wagon la thebest road Examine our line ol Shoes and I'orsaleby wagon on the market. Boots before buying elsewhere. Field & Holbrook. Carson & Co. Our Job Department Is always Mrs. Mary J Davenport, Cential ready to do your job work for you at City, visited Mir. Ambiose Miller the lowest cash figure. and Mis. II D. Ward, near Ueda.this A ptottacted meeting, conducted week. by Rev J. S. Chandler, wilt begin at A vnvt tvlittf. olrl la tv.nnltl.. Goshen next Sunday. Floatlug Studio to do general house Miss Myrtle Chandler is visiting work; will pay $1.50 per week. Aprelatives In Louisville and Bowling ply at once. II. O. Sciirobtkr. Green. She will be absent several See the Blrdsell Wagou belore purweeks. chasing a wagon. It contains splenMr. C. R. Martin, the jeweler, who did workmanship and is a first-claha been here for ten years, has wagon in every way. Sold at n most termed a partnership with Mr. W. O. reasonable price and warranted by JJcClure, at Beaver Dam, to take Field & Holbrook. effect Xovember 1st. He will be at Ida old stand in Hartford every Monday and other days when there are crowds in town to attend to the wants of his old customers. ss raafpaaart. Thin, Pale Children It has heretofore been anuounced that the Baptist ministers of Ohio county would meet at Beaver Dam on Friday before the 5th Sunday in this Msath for the purpose of reorganising the County Institute, but having learned from various sources that our preachers will be generally engaged la protracted meeting services, it Is therefore advised that we postpone Let all said meeting Indefinitely. our preachers take notice and govern Res'y, themselves accordingly J. Mattford, Nov. 5. S. Cowuak. Wutl-Cul- ii A reliable patty wants to borrow $100 at 6 per cent for twelve months. Will give gilt edge security. Apply t once, at this office, One satisfaction In giving Scott's Emulsion to children Is they never object to It. The fact Is, they soon become fond of It Another satisfaction Is because It will make them plump, and give them growth and prosperity. It should be given to all children who are too thin, or too pale. It docs but not make them over-fat Rev. Chandler filled his regular np polntincnt heie Sunday and Sunday night. llov. William Cop), whoso futher Twenty boys and girls ol Prof. Rays was a physician for over fifty years, In New Jersey, mid who himself room spent Saturday at High View. spent many years preparing for tli Prof. J B Taylor and wife chaperoned practice of medicine, but subsethe crowd. Atis:i5an elegant din-nquently entered the ministry of the was spread, alter dinner the M. K. Church, writes: "I am glad to testify thnt I hnve crowd drove to Cromwell and got had nnalyzod nil the skllts and went skllt riding, arrived home at 6:3 p. m, each declaring It known In tht to be the most pleasant event of the trndo, but season. Miss Maggie Smith spent Saturday AYER'S and Sunday at hei home in Mcilenry. Ib tho only one of Miss Alice Morris, Hartford, left W&kffi 'them that I could Monday alter a two weeks visit to rnnnmntAiwt IC1 it I ?JV tVUVUIIUVIIU no Vtf lfc Miss Susie Stewart. 1l1nnft.litlfln T1iaA given nwny hundreds of bottles of Mr. Rush Knox and Miss , it, ns I consider It tho safest as well Whltesville, visited Miss Beulah ns tho best to bo had." Wif. Com, Coots Saturday and Sunday. Pastor M. E. Church, Jackson, Minn. Mn, G. II. Barnes nnd daughter, Miss Htuma Barnes, spent Saturday and Sunday In Fordsvllle. Miss Florence Tlcheuor, country, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss THE ONIY WORLD'S PATH Susie Stewart. Mr. El Byers, Mcilenry, visited When In doubt, ask for Ayor'a Pills her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Metcalfe, this week. Mrs. S P. Taylor, Hamilton, visitAll wool serge, 50 Inches wide blue and black 50 cents at Carson & ed here this week. The Misses Sowders, Lottie BarnCo's. ard and Bessie Hocker returned Suns President Cleveland has set Thurs- day after several days visit in day November 29 as Thanksgiving Day. Mr. F. O. Austin was in Louisville Court of Claims adjourned last Sat- this week to hear the election reports. Messrs. II. B. Brown and J. W. urday altertransacting nil business on Jones, visited their parents near hand. Now is the time to buy shoes, and Rochester Saturday and Sunday. Miss Attye Austin has been absent Carson & Co's is the place to buy from school this week, on account of them. the eflects ol a bad tooth. I want to.trade n sewing machine Little Miss Sallie Hunt has been ill to'r several days. tor corn and hay. Gxoss Williams. Master Will Monroe is out again, his sister Little Miss Lillie has been Remember that Miss Sara Collins, quite sick this week. the expert millinery, is with The silverltes spread a big supper Caseom & C. in town Tuesday night. The spreading time has just come for the gold I want to trade a sewing machine bugs. for a No. r cow and calf. Mr. J. F. Casebler spent Snnday at Gboss Williams. his home in Rock port. Mr. C. W. Parrot was in Fordsvllle We can sell you a ladies Jacket this week. from $1.00 to $20.00. Don't fall to A large crowd attended the free silsee them. Carson & Co. ver rally at Morgnntown this week. Mr. B. C. Austin has moved into Silk velvet black, blue, green, per the house vacated by Mr. D. L. Baldbrown aud cardinal 75 cents yard. Causon & Co. win. The Messrs. Wests were out of The following named persons have town this week. paid their subscription to The ReMisses Laura nnd Bessie Barnes publican since our last issue: Dr. Goshen, were in town Tuesday. G. Phlpps, Carslcana, Tex.; R. C. Mr. V. L. Hocker shipped a car of Moseley,Horton. stock Tuesday night. The election of this precinct was A large stock barn belonging to very quite, though on Tuesday night Mr Q M. Benton, living near Rochthe gold bugs were quite jubilant ovy ester, was destroyed by fire last er the messages received and it was morning. The barn ha consid- then that the silverltes betook themerable amount ot hay, corn and all selves to their diuiug-ha- ll to gratify of his farm implements which were their appetites as they had lost much destroyed. sleep and many a meal during the paper la filled up with campaign. The silverltes are now This week's " political matter, we have beeu so singing "I'm Sorry that I Spoke Attye. elated over the election that we have not devoted much time to the prepaDr Bell's Pine Tar Honey cutes ration of the paper, but we trust that coughs for young and old. Most our readers will overlook our short coming this time and trust lor a bet-t- couh medicines simply helps you Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Houey paper iu the future. We still give cough cough See the our readers this week some Found helps yo not to diflerencc? Would you like to try it? money reading, but hereafter we will cents gets you the biggest quarter open up with some new features and J5 bottle cf cough medicine you ever imin the future will mnke greit It is particularly valuable for provements iu The RnruuLicAN saw. who can not stand the strain of We trust our subscribers will assist those coughiug. Ask your druggist for It. us substantially. Take no subitiUte. There Is noth. ing as good as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar l'ollllr Full) all Itljhl "Polly," said I, "do you ever think Honey. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Pro. on the weighty problems ol lift?" " said Polly. What Ulrele. do. She had her mouth full of pins, Some one who has made it a study which she stuck haphazard into a big linen bed quilt, or something which calls attention to some oi the many she was embroidering, says a witter things which bicycles do as follows: They "tire" you never. In Puck. They "pin" your faith. "M-indil" and nodded. They "crown" your Joy. is the ihief end of man?' "What They "grip" your regard. She took the pins out other mouth, They "chain" you forever. and, putting her head on ouc side, They "rivet" your aflection. sutveyed her labor critically, They "saddle" your sorrows. "Papa says the chief end of mau Is They "brake" you bad habits. to sell real estate." They "clinch" your admiration. I laughed. I always feel it incumThey "Inflate" your good nature. bent on tun to laugh at the jokes of They "pedal" you along the road. Polly's father. They "head" you in the right di"And what Is the chief end of rection. wonienl" "To get married, " responded Polly, No one in ordinary health need becheerfully. I looked surprised. come bald or gray, if he will follow "Do you remember when you and sensible treatment. We advise clean I wtnt to the high school commencement lost spring?" Polly nodded. liness of the scalp and the use of "And heard a tall, lanky girl read an Hall's Hair Renewer. essiyon Women's Mission in Life'? ' Polly nodded again. "Well," I conWANTED SEVERALto travel fot or women "you siid responsible established house in tinued, triumphantly, afterward that it was very trusl" Salary $780, payable $I "And you said It was 'jolly rot' I" weekly and expenses. Position per "Did I? Well, I haven't clanged manent. Relerence. Enclosed setf-stamped envelope. Tile my opinion, It seemed that .ou have," addretsed National, Star Building, QhrCago. "No," said Polly; "that Is what a jtfft. woman's chief end should be; you asked me what it is." Itntklrii'a .arnlea alvi. The Best Salve in the world for "Oh!" "Yes," went on Polly; 'if I didn't Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped have to marry I'd be n writer a nov- Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all elist, and write beautiful stories and Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is be famous." "Like "the Duchess?" I asked, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price' as cents sarcastically. per box. For sale by Williams & cr The Only One To Stand the Test. BEAVER DAM. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. WL w BAKING A fttt CREAM ThoCour-lor-Journal's DHL' IN AND OUT OF THE SWIM. This is the way we put you in the swim; by giving you ti little more and taking a little less POWDER MOST PERFECT MAD pure Gripe Creim of Tartar Powder. Fitt from Ammonls, Alumorany other aduKTinL 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. THE COUNTRY SAVED From Ropudlatlon AYER'S "Sarsaparilla Editorial. Bryan Is beaten ingloriously and overwhelmingly. So closes and passes the second great era of national peril which has menaced our Government. So lift the clouds ot fiatlsm and repudiation which lowered above the laud In ominous threat of dishonor and disaster. So breaks the sun of a new dawn upon our manhood proved, our Integrity vindicated, ounintelllgence victorious, our institutions impregnable. So, the gloom of doubt dispelled and the burden of dread upraised, our young Republic leaps forth into that sunlight like a giant unbounded leaps forth to a second century ot prowess and prosperity hardly dreamed of in its first. Thank God. In the nameof a long tried, sorely suffering people, thank God that God who rules the waves of humanity and rides the storms of nations who planted the foundations of our democracy In the eternal gran Ite of its hills; who gave to the builders ot the national structure thereon the wisdom to build for the future as well as for freedom; and who endowed their sons, and sons of sons, with the same hardy spirit to preserve, which in the sires had been strong to construct. Thank God for the triumph, and thank God for the travail, too. For without the trial such a triumph could not have been; and until such a triumph was achieved by our people we could never have been sure of one of the pillars oi our governmental fabric, because It had never been tested . We had safely passed through the formative period of our system, with its contending forces of Federals ism and Republicanism. We had safely passed through the stress of abolition of human slavery. We had safely passed through the terrific conflict for and against secession. We had safely passed through the tremendous strain of "Reconstruction." But never had our system been sub jected to the assault of the elements of discontent, disorder auddlsruptlon combined in one ferment of unrest acd upheaval elements which He like dregs at the bottom of even the stillest waters of all nations and an as ault which had long been predicted and dreaded by patriotic students ol our institutions. But It has come nnd failed. And it came under conditions most favorable to its success. It c.imeupon the heels of h panic of unparalleled severity, in the midst of a business and industrial degression disheartening and long continuing. It came with a leader as if raised up for the mission; a leader, fiery, fanatic; strong and attractive la his personality; Inflammatory in his methods; desperate in his audacity. It swept over the land like a prairie conflagration, finding fuel wherever there was the deadwood of sloth or the drift of failure and misfortune; spreading terror among the timid, dismay among the doubtful, and leaving unalarmed only those far out ot its sweep or those who, despite its roar, understood its im potency for aught beyond temporary evil and who never lost confidence in the virtue and strength oi the American people. With the failure oi this assault our constitutional democracy stands forth stauncher and stabler than ever before. Freed of the menace of fiatlsm, Populism and anarchism, there is nothing now to dlu our horlzoa or further obstruct our onward march. Party divisions we shall have and party contentions Democracy and Republicanism but Populistlsm Is powerless, and when tke Republican pxty shall run its course, the Democratic party will be ready to take command the Democratic party of Jefferson, ot Jackson, of Cleveland and Palmer recognized and revive fled, immutable and immortal. But of that we shall have more to say at other times. This morning it is country, not party. This morning the hearts of Democrats and Republicans alike swell with gratitude and throb with exultation over perils passed, over honor saved, over welfare won. This moralng, not partisan consideration, but the shrill oi ptlde with which we look back upon the field ef the contest just ended and contemplate the splendid impulse patriotism with which American sprang to the defense of American bouor, and, with tht fotce of loyalty assailed and wrath aroused a force as maiestlc as it was resistles- sswept back and crushed out this luv pious Invasion, leaving Intact in all its noble proportions the temple of our ininerlal Republic, above which floats the flag oi an unsullied people, in the unclouded skies of liberty and law, than anyone else. We give our customers the benefit of the lowest prices possible at every purchase. It pays you to trade here, because you get what you like and what you need, at right prices. You certainly will be OUT OF THE SWIM, Mor-ganto- If you do not get one of the 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 in the swim and stay in the Swim, do your trading with (J&rson & (Jo., HARTFORD, KY. "EcL.-wsi.xc- L Frl-da- Costommado Garments "E2ose 3s Co. FItB Guaranteed. "H-m?- presented bv parson & (Jo. ewi h pi s CT a to KENY0N COLLEGER c QCD - HODGENVILLS, KY. Offers exceptional advantage to young ladies and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at small cost. Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Library, Healthful Location, ReEned and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. SPECIAL FACIHTTBS FOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Review and Normal Training classes In session at all Umw, besides six other exhaustive and complete Send lor a ourse of study. We court investigation. catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educaAddress tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY. 3 17 cat rx all commuultlons to college, HLenyon Kentucky. Hodgenville, - Kea-IncV- v. vrkfyJmnnrjyj-hyKfSySjyj- ltbntlaiS-tWe Thlj U tha bait Bukat and eon t tha tsatt hotua DaMar wa M wn.iiT.iwi.ta. Bwldea Wa bay.you Uia tuUUm than othar JWuaaila cot la ton prtoa and pay Biuar Urea Uatoriea to iopplr. trada. Do traTtUos Mota. flitp all jour wool and Jkim produsa dliw ta WOOL.. WOOL. ta. to ahtp l"rl tt HBRNDON-CARTB- R 110Thlrd8tnat.orSl8toaiSXumU Ootut, CO. LOOISVXLUB, KT. WANTED! To buy 40 barrels new sorghum, will pay aoc per gallon in trade. To sell you the best $1 5 every day shoe you ever saw. The largest heating stove you ever saw for the money, llnsey ajc. Extra Best ihome-tnad- e Good jeans good bed ticking pants 75c. Celebrated Mayfield pants ft 50, $1 00 and i 50. Corduroy pants $1 50 and t 00. Duck work New coat, $1 eo, $1 2$ and ft 50. stock oi young men's overcoats, all prices. Don't forget to see our Mclntoahes $t jo to $3 00 and guaranteed in every particular. Children's heavy ribbed hose 5c. No. 7 step stove $675. Cheval Dressers $900, Solas $1 50. Cupboards $i 40. Double cane seat chairs $j 00. Buy your Hats at Carson & Co's. tfeft rronxju rxMU UBiU vntf vunw. llH "M-- m-h- !" plump. No cough remedy equals Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey for anybody of any age, from Infancy on through life until they are as old as Good Old Granny Mctcalf. All druggists sell It For sale by ?!.Wjne Qriffln & Bro It strengthens the digestive organ and the nerves, and material for rich blood. for-nlsh- VthmafeeokUlMflgyouroortoa tlMtutyft. SCOTT Scat (r far tha aattag. BOWKE, tfcv Ywk. "But can't you write novels just as well when you are married?" 'A word to ParmorB." ''No; you have to be wedded to your art to do good work." We take corn, shelled oats, apples, "Oh! But you speak of having to poultry, new feathers, eggs, dried see that you have to; inairy. I don't fruits, hides, beans, &&, in exchange there is no law compelling a woman for field seeds, shot guns, teed baskets, to wed." molasses kegs, heating and cook "Don't you want me to marry stoves and gear, bedsteads, kitchen cried Polly, aggrievedly. you?" sales, lard cans, overcoats, ladles "Of course I dot" I hastened to as- cloaks aud hats, ladles and gentleher; "but you are not obliged men Mclntoahes, sandals aud over, sure to." shoes, bed comforts, blankets, heavy "Not obliged tol" cried Polly, In lap robes, jeans pants and over alls. ' Ofcourse I'm obliged amazement. MOREHBAD, JONES 8c CO., to. If I didn't, some other girl would get yon!" Ceateitown, Ky. Bell. ij-- i yr. ia. A cough which persists day after day, should not be neglected any longer. It means something more than a mere local irritation, aud the sooner It la relieved the better. Take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is prompt to act and sure to cure. Ai65 Aargaret flail, PNO FALL TEACHEHJ Jones & Morehead, term begins Auguat 31, 1,890, at her homo for tho reception oi a. Special Thorough training. attenttou given to young pupils. Terms as uiual. Your patronage s-o- IUbtforo, Kbbtucxt. PlRASANT RtDOK, KV, M hi II iU"XM Hartford Republican 1'KIIIW, NuVIIMIWIt 6. 1S96. Itconun, 7 wlileh ho mjfwa: "when the Fnoar is on the PUMPKIN." Wlion the frost la oil tlic jiiitniiUli: and tlio fodder'H In tlie iliock, And tlio ship of ntalu Id michored, to a tl- metallic rorlt; V.'licn tho rnltlc of tlio splndlo and tho clatter of tho loom, And tho roaring of tho furnaco imhcro In a liualnoM boom; Oh, It's then's tho tlmo a feller will bo fcclln' at his host, With McKInley In the white house and Ilryan laid to rest; With 8eunl1, Watson, Altgeld and Jerry Simpson Pock, When tho frost Is on the pumpkin nnd tho fodder's In tho shock. Thcro'll bo something kind o' hearty llko about tho atmosphere When tho thrcnt'nlns clouds hav evanished and tho skies aro brlRht nnd clear: When nfioln our eoRlo plumes his w Ings ftM lift1: his Roldcn crest And scars In proud dcflanro over North, South, Itoet and West. How hi lusty scream will gladden ovcry patriotic eoull Itow he'll scatter In confusion wild tho ulturo and the owl, Tho popocratlc buzzard and the a.iarclilotlo hawk, When tho frost Is on tho pumpkin and tho fodder's In tho shock. I'liceehert, Wisconsin pensioners Mlnntwoln ensloiiors Mlihlgnn pensioners vvrw ns follow (it Minnesota and Mlchlgnll, ill dellu-m- l lhno sooU'i of "gW .,.. rgjSjESBXssfrMflMEgSayEaaMjtfMfc httM Mfc,i..M..in -- ..Wi General Directory. 7,738 1H.S03 46,218 First a Mole, Then Cancer. Probably no disease carries such terror In Its path as Cancer and well may this dreadful affliction be regarded with horror. In an alarming manner, It slowly but surely preys upon the life's blood, bearing the victim nearer the grave day by day. Ilcyoiul the use of the knife the physician is powerless, and too much cannot be said against the folly of resorting to the knife for n euro of this terrible dlscar,c. Can cer Is in the blood, hence It Is apparent I MMTnTiTTiTTrTirrrrr r wiTiTiiwgBiriTTmiirriri 7 nrrwum STATU OI'I'ICIALS. M.M2 Total old soldiers Thu nmnimtof pensions pnld to them per j car Is close to $11,000,000. Most of these men linvu boii of voting age. Jinny lino brothers that did notwrvo in the nrmy nnd brothers who linvc not applied for pensions. Most of those brothers Jinvo sons who nro otors. They have also sisters who havo voting rone Take these 00,000 soldiers In the three states named, with voting son, their brothers nnd sisters nnd their voting sons, nnd they .will cast November J not less than 2S0.000 otcs. Every ono of these voters li bitterly opposed to having the pensions of tho old lighters for the union cut down CO per cent, or any other per tent. The old vets nro uncompromisingly hostile 1fty-ce- Governor William O. Uinilley. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-iiiptoSccrclnryofStnti' Charles Finlcy. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. H. Htono. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Coininiteioncr ol Acriciillure, Hornnd Statistics hucm ticulture Moore. A, uditor-Samuel Superintendent Public M. Davison. piijiiji i. luflUil.lfl iTmiuiiiiwim i,T AYcge labia Preparation for thcrocxlatulllctfiita-tin- g IhcStomnchs nnd Bowels of iiiini,'jii cimiM mjiCLg i'i ,iin SEE -- : Tsa LM.U li THAT THE FAC-SIMILE liiMnictiou-Ge- o. SIGNATUR OF ri1 ltlpnns Tabiilos euro limdnche. ltlunus TnbilltM euro flatultn. Itjlian Taliillot euro dyipniiU. Klpnns TnbiilcA aidit iU:itluu. Iltpnnt Taliulcs euro bad britWi. lllpfitis TnhnlcJ cure ttllouintn. Ulp.insTnliulPiionoKlTijrftllat. ltln.itm Tnbulcs euro ImllgMtlon, Itlpani Tnbules euro torpbl llTr. lllpiiiia Tnbulcs' Kontl eaJluwlU. Ulpftlis Tabulps euro ronatlpntlon, Hlpann Tnbulcs' for Bour stomach. HIp.Mm Tabnlcs: pleasant laxatlr. IllpftllS III tuiHM euro liver irouuie. IllpatiH Tubules. Hlimnn Tftlmlfw cure nannea. Hlnnns Tnlmlcs: At drugglsto. ItllittM TnUuliii cure illizlnrm. Register Reynold. Lund Ofllce Wins. O. Insurance llurcau W. Coniingoro. Conimisioncr-- D. J a" """ M,, T'" V',ccl,:u ma-tnl- Adjutant General U. It Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. HA1I.KOAI) COMMIbSlnNr.KS. Promotes DicslIon.CIicctrul-ncssnndlfcst.Contalneither ns &&tfM&fa IS ON THE money. dollars don t go i no. , tho sameVlacc, Ifi Ith them, however It may lxj w Ith cer- - roturnSf locality, and Is far niore n thc aame men of doubtful morals who want llrrnant than before. The samo la trua them for tlio purpose of foisting them of attempts to remove thc cancer by on their creditors from whom they got means of caustic plasters, etc., and all who have had tills treatment claim good dollars. death If their comrnde, Mnj. McKInley, Is that there Iscannot be more painful. But elected president tho old vets feel per which gets at a cure for cancer one thc scat of tho disease, fectly eertnln they will continue to be and removes its cause. S. S. S. Is tho e Tho shades of Thomas Jefferson and Anpaid In good, money, ns they j only real blood remedy, and cures candrew Jackson, too; havobcen for tho lastSOycnrs. cer and all other blood diseases, even Of Alexander Hamilton, and Washington, ' Hut If Bryan, thc confederate nnd after other treatment has failed. so true; One of the residents of popocrntlo candidate, Is elected on the Of Lincoln, Orant and Garfield of all our conheroes gone lssuo of changing tho money standard Macon, Ga., Is Mr. U. Powers, thc 51S tractor and builder, who lives at Will connrCRato In spirit land and swell from gold to sixteen tho mighty sonn Kosb street. For twenty years Mr. dollars, will not that bo tho kind Powers has suffered Intensely from a The sonK of our redemption from thecrazo of 'M, of money In which their pensions will cancer on his face, which was treated Of Ictory over demagogues and popocratlo thereafter bo pnld? Because, If it is, constantly, but grew worse all the tricks. He best that would their It will till tho courts of Heaven, and mako half below cut down now value one- - while.In vain, sought the sec no medical and could hope of what they nro or have skill tho "nock of Ages" rock. ever being cured. When tho frost Is on the pumpkin and tho been for many years. OnJune22, 18, he writes: fodder's In tho shock. It was natural, therefore, that theso years ago, while being shaved,"Twenty a small their sons, mole on my face was cut, leaving an When tho frost Is on tho pumpkin and tho om union soldiers nrul brothers nnd nephews were anxious to fodder's In the shock, And wo'vo cooked tho popocratlo gooso hear what tho popocratlc presidential and hushed Its senseless squawk; When wo'vo solved tho Chlneso puzzle, w Ith candidate might have to say on this tcry Important matter to them. lie Its sixteen and Its one. On tho 3d day of November we shall greet well knew they were quite nnxlous to tho rising sun linvo him explain how ho proposed to With a glorious shout of triumph as wo go havo them pnld In good, full value forth In our might, money when thc iopocrntlc platform And voto the popocratlo horde to regions out of eight. nnd BcJicmo propose to pay all other Then we'll seat our gallant major, whllo c classes of creditors bad, popos tako a walk-Wtho money for the good money due them. tho frost Is on tho pumpkin and th What did Mr. Brynn tell them? Nothfodder's In tho shock. ing. What explanation did he make? J. M. II.. In Inter Ocean. None. What condolence did he offer them? None whatever. What apology THE JIICH AND THE POOR. did ho mako for advocating a scheme tltnt would defraud them out of ono-hatho value of the pension monev How Bryan Would Havo Froo Sll-v- congress had voted for their support? Equalize Things. ile offered no apology or excuse to them. lie treated the'm nnd their penV JJnt tho Uryonlc Belicme Is n ratloro sions with silence nnd neglect or contempt. Yet he wants them, though no MR. H. POWERS. That Would Kcsult Only In Increas- friend of their, to vote for him nnd lug tho Oulf Iletwcen ugalnst their own interests nnd their Insignificant sore, to which I paid little the Two. true friend and old comrade, Mnj. Mc- attention at first. This sore refused to heal, and after a while became qulta KInley. He has raced up nnd down nnd obstinate, and began to grow. I placed Is the rich man? How much Who backwards and forth over those states myself under the treatment of promidoes a man have to own before he be- on n special train since the 1st of Octonent physicians, who said had cancer comes a rich man? In this iluy there Is ber, making speeches In favor of chcatV of the most stubborn type,Iand though so much talk tibout the two classes that Ing creditors, and that Is all the satisI took their treatment faithfully, the one would Iniiiginc that there Is clear, faction he gave old s and cancer grew steadily all the while, dividing line, dlbtlnct ns that which their voting relatives nnd friends. And increasing in size and severity. I teparated Dlv e.s from Lazarus, but there he has done this same thing In all tho also took nearly every medicine for the isn't. We look nt the extremes null other states where he has spoken ever that was recommended blood, and applied various salves smirking the vvldo difference we foiffet Mncc ho wns nominated. and ointments, all without thc slightest nil about the great mlddlo clai-s- , and How many of the old soldiers and bench' t. Year by year, I found myself "Tho rich aro growing' we cry out: their voting relatives propose to sup- steadily growing worse, for the cancer richer and tho poor arc growing ixxir-or.- " port such a man for president, and voto was sapping my life away, although I for popocratlc candidates for congress spent hundreds of dollars with doctors, There Is now htoril tho dally appeal nnd candidates for the legislature, to and as much more experimenting with various remedies. I wa3 thou; who are discontented or ento make United States senators next winvious that something must be done to ter, to pass a law debasing the Amer- strongly urged by the doctors to suban operation, better their condition nnd that this ican dollar to the value of 50 eeftts, nnd mit to was the only hopewhichme.they claimed for nomc thing must be of a lecllng prohave these sixteen to ono dollars, worth " I had well-nigabandoned hope of cess. Something must be taken from BO cents, thrust on the old union de- ever being cured, when I was induced and added to the fenders ns good enough for them and to try S. S. S., and even thc first bottle the man who has little, or nothing. Such their scrv Ices? If the old roldlers nnd afforded relief. The medicine caused seenm tho moat catchy theory of retheir relatives nro human In feellngnnd the cancer to discharge, thus forcing form, and It Is upon tills theory that ore actuated by sentiments of right, out thc poison, and ridding thc system of It. I continued to take S. S. S. cr chums the lender of the f h fair play nnd honest dealing W. J. Bryan to the passion and greed of men. will not receive the vote of any of them. until thc discharge ceased, and tho cancer healed up entirely, and I am He pictures the rich as being against No, not of one. Chicago Tribune. perfectly well. My cure Is regarded tho poor, and talks about the oppreu-plo- n as truly remarkable, and demonstrates of the money power. As we nil what a wonderful remedy S. S. S. is. Ilryan's Anilinlty. know, thoso who are classed ns I shall take pleasure In always recomThis Is an ngo of experiments or the mending it." have their wealth In ready public would not even try but S. S. S. is the only remedy that money, but In properties. They could condemn him In advance Bryan, lawfor the thc get cry little Income from locking uri lessness that crops out In the threo gets at all root of all blood diseases, remedies fall to their wealth In vaults. That properties different platforms ho will reprefccnt that reach. It Is guaranteed (Oicced monies Is evident from tho If elected pretklent. no has mode tho reports, which 'show that tho boldest attack on established instituvaluutlon in the United States tions ever nttemptcd. by nnyono In this per capita amounts to $407.18, while on county.. His has procun-- him tho Mimo date tho per capita of money n hearing to fervor amounted to $22.82. Now, Mr. Hryon" basis and the overthrow tho 'moneyu and cures Cancer, Cotaglous Blood courts which have hereto-for- Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, lironosos to lovel un matters botWecn been denied to agitators, and tho Rheumatism, Catarrh, or any other tho rich and tlio poor by his free coinadvantage of hard times litis been disease having Its origin In the blood. age scheme which, ho claims will send turned to his benefit in a manner Books on blood and skin diseases to prices up, probably double. Ho does mako somo people think lie has meri- mailed free to any address, by tho not explain how ho v. Ill manage to torious grounds for his claims. Mis- Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. double the price of what property tho apprehension, however, does not make rich munhas. If ho cannot do this, then, right, and financial wrongs ho would tho rlw) In prices will send tho property. perpetrate on tlio peoplo of tills counWHERE HE IS AT. of the rich man up Just as fast and Just try, If elected president, for thc benettt ns high as that of tlio poor man. The of the London bankers who have cor- With a look that's Intense, millionaire will then bo worth $2,000,-COnered all thc silver in tho world, Is too And a nail that's Immense, nnd tho fellow who has only $1,000 nppnlllng to permit. N. Y. Dispatch. And a superabundance of jaw, will bo worth only $2,000. The differTho beauty ho tells ,. value ence between them now ln?9D9,000. UnMORE IMPORTANT THAN MONEY. Of tho dollar that dwells by In a that's made law. der Ilryan's doubling proce-i- s tbcro w ill be a difference of $1,008,000. There will A Dobawit Credit Will Always Kuln Ho often has told That tho vnluo of cold bo u still greater difference between the IIUS!llCl4H. Hus grown In a way that's a shame; man who now worth $50,000,000 and There Is one thing more Important Dut In thc next clauso the man who has nothing. Tho poor than money. That one tiling is credit. llo sa'3 with Just laws fellow who has nothing can' double A That silver will go up tho same. ' mini can ue hls money but once. nothing (i many times as there arc Ills credit he enn tie over and over With silver ho'd raise ciphers to carry out tho rchult, and ho Tho price of our maize, will be no better off when ho has two nnd over again as long as ho keeps It And wheat would tho dollar mark rubj good. Money does of the Dut ho falls to explain, nothings Minn when he has simply one I low that would bo gain. nothing. Doubling tho wealth of tho business of the country. Credit does To a man paying double (or crub. other fellow would make him worth An Insurance cor3100,000,000, and tho poor fellow with poration In IX-- Moines collected In 1S9S When ho went to orate, nothing would bo that much further nearly Sl.ooo.oco. Less than $3,000 was In a far eastern state. Ho onld a dear dollar was best; nwny from him. collected In money, mid every Item of Put alack I and alack I If all that these fellows hope for Is to Its dlbliurremeiits exceeding one'dollnr When ho had come back, He "hedged" In the south and tho west. make the rich poorer and tho poor richIn amount wns Hindu without the use er, they ought to get noine other plan. So now wo will cay, lb Insmalf transThe Ilryuiilu scheme, and the appeal of nicney. Money Oct out of tho way, Thou I'latto river orator bold! which he makes In Its behalf, eomo in actions only. In largo ciu-- some form of credit Is employed. Credit Is bused Good times will return, bttoug contract to that presented by Wo'U havo monoy to burn. upon 6lniul.ini. If the ttaudaid lie MiKlnUy and his followers, who are l)y coining our "crosses of cold." Jamej H. l'atlerson, In Cincinnati Ttnies- -' methods by which tho poor doubtful or uncertain the v.lngs of Star. Its flight Is cut may better their conditions and the Idlo eicdlt me mny luivo un opportunity to employ tdiott. Its eoiilldeuee In gone. It enn DEBS OR IRELAND? no loi'ger do Its work. When credit U their energies, not by taking from but by producing their own crippled 03 per .cent, of (ho business-doin- g Tho niRcront I'olUIrs These Two Men power of the coimminltv Is cut wealth, mid lmlng it as thelrown after Adiocute. they havo produced It, The honest dol-- I off. Two addresses bearing on tho saino Tor fcome years an nttnek has lieen features of the Chicago platform havo .u' for un honest ilny's work, tho openHindu upon thc standard upon which ing of tin) mills instead of the mints, been iiuulo public wltliln tho lost, two 01110 In ns btrong contrast as tho tho credit of the country hns been days. Ono In from Kugenu V. Debo, hn'MIng upon a rock foundation Is to based. As this nttmvk has grown In tho other from Archbishop Ireland. power Iheeieditof the country has suftint of u building upon a ItiJIoon. Bcbs culls en worklngmen to vote for . fered. When the evil lefiilts of the sil:!ii17h Council Brynn because ho criticises tlio Btcpa ver pnreliiibo law. begun to ifpiienr nnd taken to put down tho Debs rebellion, the danger of a clinngo to the silver and promises that no such "Interfer MAKES NO APOLOGY. stnndnrd lec:iinu Imminent n wideence, will be permitted If ho Is presl spread Injury to credit led to u dlsns-trotdent. Archbishop Ireland ciUla ou pa- Ouudldato Bryan Has Nothlnrr to s panic, Which p.iralyed the trlotlc citizens to nupport McKInley for j Offor tho Old Soldloro. of the community, Other causes, iuuch umj r.aiiiu 11 uiii iiiiiicum no doubt, contributed, but It Is now to the man who vwih chlelly responsl plain that the threatened clinngo of bl for tlio terrible rlotn of lfiOt as on They 11ml Their Irkn.lt Will Nut Asiltt standard wns the principal one. The oilwintajre. to persona of hU Kind, tu 1'uttliig In I'om-- u Tarty That Will danger has hung oer the country and to tho dlstliiKulnhftl prelate, tho Lower thu Vutuo of tho Kit prevented recovery. Tlio advocacy uf guide and tho friend of tho poor of all i tloii'n Currency, this dangerous change by tho Chicago gnulcs and condltlone, u threatening convention was. n fatal blow to credit lawlffi.sncB, annrchy and tho dcutruc-tlo- n Mr. Bryan, popocratlc candidate for nnd stopped all hope, of a return to of Koclal order. Imuo of degrading the normnl conditions until tho peoplo president on the Tlio two oildn'fine.1 aro typical of th American dollar to tho vnluouf JO cents, should hnvo a chiineo to stamp It out In men nnd Idea which stand opposed to hus spent tho last two weeks racing November. ' ono another In thb campaign. On tho out WUi'oiihIii, Minnesota and MichiThe men who nro largely responsible one elilo la the rebellious ugltutor, tho gan, where ho dellu'red 100 for present depressed conditions aro tho nmbltlouH demagogue, the dipsomaniac, on political questions. men who have tniight that thecountrtv tho tierce ratllcnl, vvtio nera In blood-fhc- tl One chits of people tho peiifcloiuTa ' ncdn n debased standard, Whllo loudnnd revolution tho road to his own turned out hirgely to hear what ho had ly professing to lw tho ffleiiih) of tho to wiy on ono subJiK't, which deeply people, they uro their- - worst enemies. advancement; on the other, the prleut, Ititoii'sU them, viz., the kind of money Little rt'llof can be hoped for until they who fcecs the hnpplneui iiud In which their pensions nro to be pnld nro condemned by overwhelming deof tho peoplo In continued pcuco and If ho nd tlio popocruts como Into feat by thosober-mliidepeople of till freedom from violent boclol dlHturlw power next March, country, Des Moines Leader, nnces, In the enactment and enforce-me- ni At tho hibt ofllelul report the nmmVi of wise laws, In honest reward of old union mlillem nnd soldier' for honest toll. Til fit. widow i who drcv pension from the Un ilulli It Rhould not be it hard task to choose tfllT gorcrnment In money of tlio value ol ilpiiarl, between thcic contending forces. M irold rcsldinir In tho thrc stale of w 100-ccfull-valuwell-know- n tooneOO-centfree-tllvI hnlf-valuhen lf or I .Tun C. Wood, clitiinmu; J. R Denijisey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary Samuel 1,T. Brown. coNonrs-ios'At. Not NAJtc otic. fyajnafoun-swrn.rnnta- Opium.Morphlnc nor Mineral i WRAPPER OF EVEET k ebtilnrd and all MootntTI Tttt. OunOrriociaOproaiTcU. a.PATCNTOrrioi nil caniKurt jncntin Iom Uim lata ukm remote from Wjuhmfion. 5.qJ raod.l. driwiBf or ttlioto.. irlla ameno- tlon. Wa adrlsr, If ptltnubla or not, clurra. Oar fa not du till pttBt It ttcur.d. A IUPMUT. V"fT V OMala ralwtt," whk rost ol tamt In the U, S. aad focala toaatiiw CantU, and Tra!-Mr- frf m wnt Int, AddrtH, Senator Hon. William C. LiuuS eay, Hon. J. ('. S, Blackburn. Kepreseiilative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. 8TATK JhunSfd JlfSrHnoiU C.A.SNOW&CO. OfrtCf, OM. PATf NT I.FniSI.ATUHE. Itiwrtmn Apctfcel Remedy forConslIpa-tion- . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions ,Fc vcrish-Ms- s BOTTTJi OF lTWVVVVVVVlrllVl WASHINttTON, D. O. M Senator Hon. A. D. James. Representative Ohio County Huu. C. M. Barnctt. OHIO COUNTY. ClltCUIT COURT. ' ondLosa of Sleep. NEW YORK. ASTORIA Icttlei eslr. It Otitcrla ! tut ip la tu-i- l IU net told In lull. IWt illov htcl to ill pl cr ptomlio tbtt It jjoa aajrtUcg flu ca th l li jbh u good" ana win asiwer titzj pw S - 8( tlat jou gtt poie." BRDEi Tac Simile Signature of Owens-boro. Hon. W. T. Owen, JuJge Hon. Ovvensboro. J. Edwin Rovve, Attorney T. II. Black, Jailer -J- lart.'or.l. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ritigo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fuud Hartfoid. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keovvu Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Ceutertown; S. T. Stoveus, Cromwell. Court convenes first Mouday in March and August and continues threo weeks, and third Monday iu May and November two weeks. COUNTY KMg exact copy or wrapper. rt;ir. IHlMI I Lx itn ta LJTSajtniji i-- sSn rally mum -- TASTELESS KOR rl pirr L.mXwB COUIiT. John P. Morton, Judge Hertford. D. M. Hooker, Clerk Hartford. E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convcues first Monday in each month. QUAKTEKLY COUUT. SOUND MONEY. TON VV Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday Kalional Honor, dome Prosperiiy. OHDVKTI LoiiKnl WARRANTED.. PRICE OOcta. OitTli, Ituu, Nor. It, lfU. 8t fvli MMIelne Co., xl.tIamiii, Mo. bHJri lul tut, lifnllrinam WO IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. couut or claims. S CIIIIJ. TONIC n.l bat EruMBintuir inis Tnr. inaunirc i" tho txrirnra or 11ftrtlf thll ffn dniif butinrM. bM. nnrrr milA tin t men unlrtrilftitA fuHLin lountrulr. iuur Tuuld. Aw.iir.CiKu ACO. url inn. u TASTKLK-- iu'October. OTHEIt COUNTY OFFICEI19. 11 union-saver- Sulphur Spriugs. N. O. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hart-lor- d. L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhotiso Keeper, Hartford. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor fc i. y- - !; T No ftl&nltnt. n&itl.litnM THE LK.VDIN'G NATIONAL KKPUBLICAN tuhl fcu'lrt It 1 FAMILY NKWSr A I'KK. PATIENTS TREATED UY MAIL Will make n vijiirui ami releutlei-- fiiht tlirnutrh the I'reiiiltrntial refill nltsllr. r rarilcuUn M4rwM, villi vums. campaign, iur principles which will bring prosperity to thu nitiro ii CVVnPD iwmn tbmi.i in Ulit Oni UUl.orglvJ..;,l lull. II tv. country. Its campaign nevvn and li?cii v,tona will interest Ainl should lie a lit TT ,? liisii 1-0 For sale by Williams & Dell. REDUOD0 g I I J wrlnktra rr tin A1All 11 rroTtenrral ttAlthMt.1 latirftnunrerrnitlMlnn. currtL Ir bDiuuiJj ttci.vu j IftJif lofie Kut1enpcUort1rtei timirrKiuluttiiwi. KBaM&'SIS tlrlnrrhjilrlanof 30 leMt'tipfrlkcr, " JzJf fa $ tvv justices' FoiuisviLLi:. corners. Bowling-Barr- ett's h J. A. Ferry, March 21, June i!0, September 10, December 1.9 Bufohd. Ben F. Graves March 26, Juuo'25, September 24, December 24. A S. Anil March 5, June 4, September 3, December .'. read by everv Aiiipricnii citizen. W, fiirnUli THE UEl'UBLIUAN TRIBUNE, both paj-i-- nn.l NEW YORK WEEKLY ONE YEAR jLZuJa bllAaCL v R.I.P.ANS aJ 1 TABULES tlaimfSim Adilrti-- i all O Hartford. ree-fil- ls Rosine. (J. L. 12, Woodward-Ma- rch HAHTifOfU) iUvFrJHJCAN. Write your name and address ou a postal card, end it to Uto. W He Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, nnd sample copy olTIIK NHW YORK WH1JKLY TUHIUNK will be mailed to you orders to the HEGULATC THC STOUACH, UVER AND DOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. HIPAXft TAfiULLa nro U VMt UUU rln kwa Tr lndlctli IIlll 4 ftll.Ux llr4tk, 4 Hwbt. rtitr f U AUM4WIL, Wpunj TRbnlai ocUI twMttler lnlvriemi M tli taot aiiiroiutiiijuocu am pk iu . Mir, f flMIUAI, 4UV1 (IT it4 throLftmrttdmgiUt,or to nun. 6udU THC RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.. is BiiitrcE ffncErr, kew tokk cttt. 13, June December 11. September 11, Vjmitrj, Orlf Ltr cember 5. Cromwell. Jont B. WiNou March 7, June 7, September 5, De- SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY THE NEW REBELLION. by J coma TO THC oili-cl- al Purely Vegetable Isryan'a Ulrctlon Would Murk tho Hrgls-nln- rr of a Herniation. The war of 1SG1-G- J vvils iliio to tlio determination of n portion r.f lln .uiorl-en- n people to brc.ik up th- - old governn, new ono on Hues ment and LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, . B -- Fair OI''- View Herd 1 nlueteen-tvventlutli- s d 11 1 Nni-nro!l- is bust-neh- la mnn-lovln- g well-bein- g 11 d OASTOXUA. A &k in of NOTIOC OUR PRICES. stntfK HeeiMlnl r.eitfcft of teeth on rubber, $5.00, srnaranteed to lit and breaknfre U flvo years. A from tlio union and two or tluro others written guarantee given with every fcct. Cold filllripstl.tO arainnt Ttira silver fllllnfft, 75c: alt and up Oar crown and bridge wotU, r teeth trlel to do fo. It took tihu frmitcHt wur other plastic filllnifs, 50c, or natural teeth, and at prices lover thanwlthoat plate aru as firm, fclruntjand fiervlceablu a the lowest. of modorn times to prevent thi hucopsk V can extract your tieth and put In new onus name day. Tcrth extracted, 25c., and aS of tlio movi'iiu'iit and brln tho Mates nolutely without pain. You can make appointment by mall, Allconrulatlun free. A lady ah ways lit attciidaace( at back Into Mio union. Thc war resultctl In the abolition of hliivcry, which hail lcca Its prime cauw, and In settling; forever In thu ncffatlvo tlio question of In thc Avenue Theater Building, 4th 5tM bet. Green nnd Walnut tho right of n state to wcedo from tho union. It Ih not likely theru will ever ho mado anotlier ntti'inpt to break up TELEaBAPHT, PENHAJISHIP, ETC. the government or clinngo Ha form lit thnt vtoy. Jfo similar iitteniit can ever bo mado in RTrnter force or preened wlUi moro and preatcr bravery than tlio one which failed in Hut tlirrc are othor ways of Who desires to better his or her condition in llfo, should write for revolutionizing n jjovernnient tJmn by tho Catalogrjo of tho war. "To lejeetnn established yovern-nient,Milil Daniel Welwler, In one of No. 400 THIRD BTHEET, IiOUIBVILIiE, KY. his great "to break up u po lltlc-i-l constitution Is revuliitlou." It In possible for thifl govirnunnit to bo revolutionised through jxipulnr and.wltliout miy to actual bviolence be done with an It mlj-ostentations nhovv of follow lug methods. It might even lxi done under pretense of rcfonnlng lite constitution mid Improving thu work of Xh frnniers. Thin lo tho kind of revolution foreshadowed by tho platform on which Mr. Ilryan ntands ami by his sperchek. Mr. Ilrynn has not tho tnllitarj Instinct, lie Is not "tho man on horseback." T.hvru Is no danger of his lending ail army, bittln can swny ji mob. Ills cleotlon. would mciui n great deal moro than tiio frrn THAT THE r.ntL unllmltcil coinage of silver, thntstnlklng liorauxinuss a threat cntng proeenslon of other political thangcH. Some pf Uicm arc foroshni! owed In th Chlengo platform, wme In Is making Ciibinot eizn I'hotoi ehenper tlion any gallery ever did in tho (puILst platform of 1693, whose Hnrtfonl, gimrantfciuuall work to lie ol tlio most permanent flinab, presidential candidate. Mr. Ilryan voted CabineM per ilcz'jn, 81 73, hull il ten 81.00 that will not fiulo. hoiiiq In the populist platform of fori Half Cabinet eize SI per ilrzeii. this yenr, on which he Mnmta; nomo in tho x))iillst platforms of Routhem Will bo nt Hint font until November 25ih nml longer if the penplool staUfi, vvhero hu luis liLi groalt Ohio omiity slill want first c!nis l'liotojjnipha nt reasonable prices as' (hey HtrvngUi, and comd In liin Incemllory HjieehcH. 'Tfic phanges which are thu'd are unvv. We aro Imviiin nil thu busine-- d we can do, which provej to us that nxo not wo ure giving iiiiivomil ijaiififiictinn, thrwtoneil or i,H,rciv ejijjurra In nilniiri Is mt he ninth. Tlio Floiitins Hunli'i will c friini hero to HochcBter, then to Kockport od, but In tliuorgalilu liivv. In the ikjvv-pof the (Nciuitive, In tho orpuilzo' mid South Carroll tun anil will hind at the miuiMer point between. tlon nf tlui Judleliiry, In the functloniiof 231. O. SOIHCI-tCETIEjR-. eonprew, in tho line of tlio military arm " of tlio government, and In the vvholo y&rzr coH of givernineiitiil action toward lullrnaihi, to.K'g4nphx and orrntloiui rcnnrully, nnd tow nrihi capital In every foniu WImvii tho ehnugcH Uiuh Uireat- d ned and foriviliiiInvvel are tho Rovernmejit will have been involution! ml nn eoinplrtidy aa If it hitd lnvn ntertnrmxl by war. The changes that will have lieen mndo In thn Louisvjllo. K)f. roiiHtitiillun will b morv nullcU than S. E, Cor. nth and Market St3, thotw coiitnlncd In thu coiiHtitutlon . inlopUil by tho confedcrnto ntaU'H in 1B01. The ejection of Mr. Ilryiui would thoruii).'li pmedcul trHlnlag itr SHORT. AITorIs the liet facilities bo tho Iwglnnlng of a revolution which. flneccw n.nrwl In TYl'Iv WKITINO and HOOK KPhTINO HAND linleoH arrefllril by a popular reaction, TerniR mrxlerate I'upih anslNtoI to I'OSrTlOHB w'ouhl end In a complete eJinnge of our THIUU5 MONTHS. form of government, Mr, Ilryan'n can Hiistnme men fivrnif lieil Titenbsrapheit I'UIili Ol' hen comicteiit dlducy Ih nuthliig less than a new ra I (.MIAKGIt bclllon. Iudlaun polls Journal, thLi moro to Uieir liking, In the Ave. Theater Dalldlnjc, on 4th bet. Greta k WaM Tills Is tli 5 pl.tc wber you can havo your deatal work done better and for less money than l any other rftire in the South. Every operator In this office Is an e port (rradaateof not 1pm tbaa fire years experience (remember uostudentn) eajmbU aad wll1inr to glvo yew iny advice per tatalac to cither your natural or artificial teeth. Wtmake every braachoftUtitWtfTacUlrr, poland 11 Cm Qhinas, detennlnatlon 11 I'ip in piiii-- i not akin. Coiiiu nml iio my ijlockt or write your wnnU. I'riccJi rcutoiiub!e. .1. O. WKLLR, LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS; SH0BT-HA17- Denver Dniii, Ky, J. R. P8RTLE fee 1801-C- " BRYAWT & STRATTON Bix't-clier- suf-fra- ht nort un :: ggggg&xi. DENTISTHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. - - ZD Is prepared to do any and all kind of Dental Operations. Prices meet Office bver Williams ft reasonable. Bell's Drugstore. Vitalized air or laughing air nd mitiintereil for paiulesn oxtrautian o teeth GGUHflNCED! Louisville "Dantal.i Co., IK-hi- Vi J :.' w Hartford., Kly.. OWJBBUJIQ, KY. Gold Crownu. I'orcelnin., Crowns , -- . j to s Best set ol teeth (no bettfx-.uiadno iiiitter how liiucli yoii pay) , f 8 , , , . . , ft up Gold finings . , Silver filling 75c Hxtrnctiuu, pet tooth' jjc extracting with Vitalized Painless - 4W.M.H.- - ., KING'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE noconi-pllotic- SHORTHAND INSTITUTE Air Extracting Irec when Office .Entrance on. Otn St. fr Teeth ly located permanent, Artificial joe N0 WE HAVE bu, uagentseoatijmeiv (ju-- ci ,h- M boteiU prlcei Hblpanrwtaervfuf imlntlou twfom !. Hitjbag wrraaii. lOUfttrlcaofCarrUK. tTle HldlDf HftJdlM. Wtlim tow Mi&Tora. Otti)tofUrnt,4f lilhStlii "suffix 'vr.'ti miTT.BKr. . KtKIIART,, wvr riirllBaANirnan r"" " lih Fit.