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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897100801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PHoFKStilnXA I CAJilK frjztt&&?si children, tnat a curse was pronounced against tiic human race, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Lxpcctant Mother, and should be nvoided, that she may reach the hour when tlic nope ot Her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and strength. lUJi JIAliljjUJI-VOL. X. BRANCH BANKS. Bomo of Tholr I U JXJljJl U JdJLIIjAJN CONGRESSIONAL . Jamos u..CjtxxXx, JTTflliiy fi' I AW and adjoining cuiiiitut., ni u court ot Appeals. S( ctnl iitinitii given t" collections. Ollit'f east ide ot purili square. 11 IIAUTI'OIID. Ill . Will piHCtice lllrpill'teell I III Ohio OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH DISTRICT, HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER WllVTK.KFIr.l.n. unite to lavora country's Industries, It We nre still dry nnd have much may with Impunity take large rlsksand enter on dungcrous experiments. Flat sickness; too much to make special money seemed to be no bar to our pros- mention. perity In the early seventies. Thellland Some tobacco was Injutned by the silver coinage lu v was busily at work In 1870 and 16SO. yet It. had, so far as recent frost i any observer con d discover nt the time, Mr, Roynl and' fiisters, Mcteitn no especially hi 'ful Influence on tho county, visited the" family ot Mr. S. country's prosp ity. In the fall of 1891 there were plent or political oracles to G Rhoads this week. The musical entertainment at Mr. point out the fni .hat good times' wero returning In the aco of the silver pur- S. G. Rhoads' Thursday night was chase act of 1800. quite a success "Hut what value Is to be so seriously Mr, Ira Dartlett will go to Hender- -' put on currency systems good only for favorable times In tradcV What, for In- son soon where. he has secured temstance, would the world have sntd ot porary employment for about forty the English currency system If It had days. satisfied everybody In the smooth sailMr. G Taylor, Henderson, Is ening of 1883 and 1880 and then collapsed Into general discredit during the storm rolled in ) L. Kluiorc.s school at of 1800? If It Is true that we need tho Union Grove, also Mr. J. II. Ralph, surest nnd most Invlunerable currency I Adaburg-- , is a pupil. In the world to sustain our Industries Mr. Albert Heliri and family visit through these periodical stonns which sweep over an Industrial community ed Elder Upton Hawkins la;t Sunday. The writer attended the speaking1 then It will reasonably be admitted that the preparation for such n system at Dell's Run last Tuesday and was must be made ticforo the emergency amused to hear the prevarications of arises. "If we are to pass In tho future those little demagogues try to carry through other years of commercial dis- water on both shoulders. tress and nobody Is so great nn optiMr I. P. Miller was asked by his mist as to arguo that trade reactions opponent whtther he said "he had gone forever wo surely ought, ns nre an Intelligent people, to provide that his foot upon the necks of the DemoIn such an event our whole system of crats," and was informed that come public and private tlnabcc, government of the men were present who heard and Individual credit, need not be swept him. Mr. Miller passed the question down simultaneously. The time to placo our own currency on a sound and stable without answering. Now, Mr.MIIIer footing Is the In mediate future, while you have been denying this, but our Industries nre still feeling tho Im- you know you said it. Some as good pulse of this yc""'s favorable accident men cs there are in the county heard of nature, along vlth the discovery of what our own productive possibilities you nay It. They also heatd you say that the Democrats have got so low actually nre. "We have suffMcnt faith In the pres- that you will not try to defend them, ent treasury administration to believe that they will not try to defend themthat a first move will be made In such selves, Now Jimmie you had better direction before this year Is over." trot out and apologize to the Demoj Rolil llnl for Mexico. crats. You need not tell them that A recent dispatch from Mexico condid not say it. Yoa cannot fool veys the Information that Mexico is you You may fool a few nbout to take what arc considered tho the Democrats. first steps toward n g Id basis. It is Populists and get them to vote the said that the recent (, eat fall in the Democratic ticket, but you cannot price of sllv cr has been a. wonderful and lool the Democrats nnd get them to costly object lesson to .V xlco and other They do not need a silver ns the standard of vote for you nations using man ot your stripe in their business. value. Mexico produces considerable gold, M. L. Hcavrln put up a job on his but It goes to other countries where it opponent; so did Jarnagij. Mr. Mexico now prois more appreciated. opponent is not eligible, poses to put an export duty on gold. It Is argued that this will Keep her gold should the people make the mistake nt home and make it easy for her to of electing him. It would entail usendoptia gold standard In a few years. It less expense upon the county of holdIs also proposed to exempt gold miners from "every form of federal, state and ing am.ther election. Mr. Gabc Likens acted like some municipal taxation." These taxes are said to be so onerous as to practically body's foot was on his neck, because prohibit foreign capital from Investing he contradicted himself before he in gold mining In Mexico. Above all he said Another dispatch says that "it Is un- spoke a minute. derstood that the next step will be tho that whea he was trying to get the 'depositing of go In the federal treas- instructions for some Democrat for ury, the govcrnr ent to pay therefor In Clerk ot the Clerk ol the Court of Ap ether dollars nt ihe current rate of ex- peals, Jo A. Parker was not soliciting change on thedn. the deposit Is made." (It is argued th ' this plan would ac- Democratic aid. You know you did cumulate n go' fundi from which In- not tell that right Gabe You just terest pajment would be met and did not want to help him, but you would also inali t easy to change tho basis. It Is ale stated that Mexico's want the Populists to help you. Thompson did not say much, but cabinet propose to bring nbout tbo gradual adoption of the gold standard Moses will be with the people when so as not to shock trade. we get to the protnlselnnd. In view of the above facts our silver We think, while Mr. Hocker and statesmen show great discretion In reMr. Black nre doubtless fine gentlefraining from visiting Mexico. i men, that if they fail to obey God Ilolea' ev Sliver Scheme. when he calls tbeni to preach, they To cover his complete abandonment may fail to serve the people should ot the falling cause of free silver coinHoles, of Iowa, has pushed they elect them to office. age to the front the storage warehouse As n conclusion the best thing the scheme of government silver purchases do Is to elect the entire evolved by Secretary Wlndom In 1880, people can abandoned us purposeless Republican ticket, and the people but quickly nitdi Impracticable by both friends nnd generally do the right thing nt the enemies of silver eolnuge lu congress, right time. Ivan Todd. lly this scheme sliver bullion Is to be In the treasury and market deposited Ilow'a This? value certificates Issued ou It, redeemWe offer One Hundred Dollars ReIn bullion nt the ward for any case able on presentation ol Catarrh that can- later mnrhet rate. No sliver Is to be not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. be coined, nnd the bullion is merely to CHENIvY & CO , Props , Tole F dealt la specula! Ivcl) as an out and out do,J O commodity. To what a trivial nnd We, the undersigned, have known shrunken compass has the F J. Cheney lor the last 15 yeats, of lown i educed the siland believe him perfectly honorable ver programme of 1S001 Such heresy in all business transactions, and fican bo little less odious In the eyes ot nancially able to carry out any oblithe true believer than on nctunl con- gation made by their firm. demnation of th' "crime of 1S73." N. West & Truax, Wholesnle Druggists, Y. Tribune. Toledo. O. Wdlding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole Ilolea Holt- - Sixteen to One. Under clrcunu auccs ns they now ex- sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hill's Catarrh Cure is taken interby tin ist, with silver Jcraouctized great commcrcl il countries of tin nally, acting directly upon the blood globe, with the frightful. chasm that and mucous .surfaces ol the system. separates the commercial value of the Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all metals constantly widening and In thi DruggUts Testimonials tree. Hall's family Pills are the best. light of our own recent national election I cannot bring my own mind t believe that tho freo coinage ot sllvei Reports scut out by Dradstieet's, in at the ratio of sixteen to one with gold their tegular publication', one of the Is within the reach of its friends, not can I help the fear that It would not be mo-i- comprehensive nnd conservative I iu the country, shows continued tc- desirable even If nttni ble. I have, never Keen nb'e to say and matknble development in maniactur-- I cannot now say that I low free coin-ng- log and business generally through nt such n ratio under existing conditions without safegutudsof any kind out the United States. Its lutest Is- to maintain the purity nf the metali i.te shows that the railroads are so would not drive guhl out of circulation crowded with business ns to require and leave us, practically at least, upon an enoimouse increase iu their cars a silver basis. Horace Jlolcs. for transporting grain and other pro! Yellow JhcU I'lesvuiHllte, ducts, two railroads, who main offices Gu iid agninst Yellow Jack by keep are lu Ohio, having justotdeied i,oo ing the nvstem ihomuglily clean and new box cars each. free from girui hueilii'i; invtlir. CaMMielsCiu.dj Cithattic will cleanse I'hiIs In Sleillrlne. the fyMciu m.U ill all contagious dl as iu There are lads in erase genus io4,t everything else nud a "new thing" frequently sells for a shoit time slm o.A.rs'roTi.x.A.. ply because it is new. Out in mediIl 0 cine, as in nothing else, the people niry TUffM. demand and will be satisfied only with positive, absolute merit. The lingtnti will give fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla has stood Remember hittr liim or tlmm ouu good s. its ground against all competition, pud and its sales have never wavered but have remained steadily at the top, de . Nnre . Ill Oiir-Dr ArniHtcti l'h Chill Tonic is n monstrates, beyond any doubt, the turf cure lor chills J il Williutus Intrinsic virtues of this medicine. onh hat n fw li lilts, o 11 you want The new things have come and gone to keep ff cwIIh call lor .1 butt'e 1 but Hood's S'lrsapatilta rests upon ONi'IJ PriCf 45 cei la a bottle the (.olid foundation oi absolute merit Djn't delay and its power to cure, and Its sales continue to be the hrgest In the Jar-nrgi- n's . I t e 1 11 8, 1897. I No. 11. An exchange says; "The first ques- tion a man asks when he sees a girl flirting Is whether she is respected or uui, sucu una practices raise a uuuul at once. This being the case, no modest girl can afford to indulge iu the pastime. When the dawn is blushed from the peach its beauty is so tuarr ed that it can never be restored, and when a girl throws lightly aside that sweet and modest reserve so becoming to a maiden, and which so elevates and enables her to command the respect of all, she loses her best charm and becomes rather cheap and common, to use no rash terms Flitting may seem to a giddy and thoughtlesi girl wonderfully amusing and she may get the idea that she is facinats lug, but it is a most degrading thing and should be frowned upon by every young lady who has an ambition to become a worthy andcharming young woman." McKlnley wheat and Brvnn silver are drilting farther and farther apart each day. AKriilH M. L. IIqavhin. Siti urt Taylor. whether or not the paint is a good one. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & 1AULR, MOTHER'S FRIEND WFm MMIMWm mmm so relaxes the ' system and as Tliry llinmllie Supply nml sists Nature, Money In DlfTerctil l'nrt lloinund ofy of n Loiiii-trthe necthat Alan Inlcrral llnlra, Dlalrlliulc nml lit ml Intrrcam ul KlttiT-cessary change lll.ka ToePllirr I'rea takes place I.ornll.ocnllllca Such na Uccura ?nl lllanalrr without Nau"' Local llmika 111. sea, Headache, nt Advantages as Compared with Local Banks. lii-- I Intlcatiof .Gloomy Fore- tuch its exist In this country, .Scotland boding of dan and Canada lioe great central banks ger, a n d t h c ltli branch ImnKs liv small cities and trying hour is robbed of its pain lllngcs. Dlecusslnj,' tlic adtanlngei of and suffering, as so many happy these banks before the recent bunkers' convention at mothers have experienced. Corn well said: Detroit, Mr. William C. Nothing but "Mother's Friend" docs "If the people this. Don't be deceived or banking fncllltles. Uio now bute no and coiHcUPtilly persuaded to use anything else. hoard what little money they have, hud "Mother1" Friend" Is the. greatest remeitrerer Cntonthemarkeuantlallnurfustomerspral.elt Nervous or Individual and local linn Us, Or riroftgl-t-attl.norsombTmall onreoelpt Write for book containing valua. of pries blo Information for all Mother, mailed froe. The Uradn-1- 4 Usralalor Co.. Allsnta, Oa. Wanted An rroloct your ItW: thtvr mar trlna ou wraith, CO . PatrDt Aitnr. Writ. JOHN WEUOEHimitN fieya. ah.oiion, 1) v .for tbrlr $l.Kn iirlto offer au4 lUttiC iwo t.unare-- laTcnilooa wauteJ. Idea Wbo ran think of lome imp ttitDtftot-Atrntr $msm TCaiMHiiEMT TjPJ IDeI njy The Leading Sp:ch!i:t3 mzMamss,2&mte 20 J avLQ Anerici YCARS III OHIO, V 250,000 CurcJ. t WECURESTRiCTURE & rocnnrolruulilcU . micuuin I'jtitl)-charge. Ollllc-tilt- Thousand f 5 c In cokil I nil omni. emi iuup. rn llicy I' imvu of nerrous doblliti In? iliarp cutllnr; nm Don'tl 'll. rlnyl. nwill. li i 1. w.i.r u n In!! 1 . ki .. . 11 I sttli' r . ' r -- 1, 1 Jji tr r. il vxnl h.ihw Mill!-'1LUU- I you, by cjttinc, sou. litirturo tiro. hencorcmovcit'ios.iietu oirmancntl) It can neicr return. 2o iln, no n ff. r. Inr, no dnlcnlli'ii from Lu'tnc tljrmf method nn tirrnr 'ILori'iuLli . 'ill Tho nerves nrolnvl'-o- r tbo bliss cf uunliood rcturnr. Thou anli cf s mint crl 1 .1 Mle i r r i mm nru ha fug l'.v ir f - r I vitalitr contlnuall ropic4 i iiu They aro frrqmiHly r icon t u of tho cauna ftti,nit ihliuilltmtr Our M!r MMIHUi I'nn stretclilnir, tinrlrc mil 'illlIA'l-MI1.V- WECURE SLEET l tliof o f yLiplfiri", I tn,T.iIu nr U r lifntu Ivnf lilr04nOlritn niMir.rn, lit iriih Mirnioi) vt tf-thcty euro you. ('no thouaml thliiri lor n cao wo rcoepi irrii n ni n ui cmnotcarc IvrkHriwIcraiof rrc nc lluiiMurnl Ji clinr", I Mnnliol, .Ncrtinc"', IN r f r. Irritability, nt t mn nurtu :. Hunken )(. villi ilaik tolcft Weak Hack, (Jeimral JcpvbI 'U. 1 ick of AtiiUOuTa, VAiirnrcli1! I!.rmiktn Tart, ctr. iu;ur an I bTUH'i L Hi: mav bd Ilia cilice. Don't r I'u'.t f ii.iilv iloctor?, nn ttuy lao n ct'M.ei i hi tbcto rfcritl i!t.at j n't rllov Ouacktto oxtrhiifT t o i j . (mi utt Wcaki., i ner iiu,iiiM ir i. CURES GUARANTEED Wo Ironl mil rnro lit,!. HVI'IIIMM. VAIII HTHKTl'lti: lMPOTKXOV. IMIAINS 1 5. CONhtll.TAlIOM Flllli:. If unable to uvll. nrllo for l'lU'.i: DLANK fwr UOilU OIHsTin' TKIUT.MES'T. Srrlir'l' ..N,II UAI, HIM I1AHU. Ei).KiVI'YnnilllLAIitrKllliii. 1IUOKH III.H I'. w Kennedys Kergam 122 W. FOURTH STRUCT, CINCINNATI, O. 1DI. WL rs! r piSag TASTELESS their vicinity n branch of a reliable bank, they Mould prefer to place their savlnf s lu this brunch rather thaa take the risk of losing It by keeping It themselves. The ery small) proportion of coin, which the Scotch banks carry enables them to afford to pay Interest on deposits, ns their notes cost them nothing, and what they loan Is I heir notes. The payment of a small rate ot Interest on deposits encourages people with small sums of money to deposit them, white If no Interest was paid the money Mould probably be hoarded. "In towns and counties here money Is not used much the branches collect In the spare funds, and almost without expense It Is transferred through the head, offices to other branches wheie money Is luocttvedetnand. This money from all parts Is placed In one reservoir and distributed, doing the most good nt the lowest cost. Kates to borrowers are equalized' by this distribusparsely-fettle- d tion, nnd In the far-ofregions rates arc practically no higher than at the large centers. We know how different this Is In the United States money at one and two percent, per annum In Sew York, ten nnd twelve per cent, west and south and unobtainable at any price at many points. "One of the great economies In the establishment of branch banks Is the lessening of the capital Invested In the business. The overage percentage of capital to deposits In Scotland Is 12.2 percent., wlille In this country It Is 34.2 per cent. Whatever reduces expenses of bank management means reduced rates to the borrower benefit to the public. If there were only one bank In the country this might not be so, but competition between banks force thera to the lowest rates that decent returns on their capital will allow. Consequently if rot t to the bank Is reduced cost to the public Is nlsn reduced. A tax on banks Is n tax on the people. Legislators, supposed to represent the people, should remember this when It occurs to them that It would he n good thing to Increase the burdens of the banks. "Money Is not always lu demand nt allplaces at the same time, but Is needed In different parts of the country nt different times, n mli for this reason, under the branch syntem, the bend bank Is cuablcd to meet demands upon It with n comparatively small amount of morcy, which would be entirely Insufficient If being handled by numerous Independent banks. For the head ban-krisks nrc dlstrlbuteds nnd if one part of the country has disaster this Is offset by the banking profits In another part notnffectcd. Each locality would bo assured that no localOisnster would affect the banks. Now, when local banks begin to break, the locality submits nnd suffers until long afterward, when timid capital again establishes Itself. "In panics there would bo a combination of Interests which would mnko Impossible suoh an- - experience ns oura irv 1803, whetn the solvent banks of the vtest wero mowed down by hundreds because of lack of support from each other anil from the centers. The ery existence of the large, strong banks which would grow out; of the, system would tend to dissipate storms. "Perhaps the argument In favor of branch banlts may be summed up when. wo say the system reaches the highest perfection la three Important partlcu-lar- s stability, economy, usefulness; stability, the greatest financial strength, holding up all our Institutions In actle periods and In storm and attracting to this country the capital of the world; economy both of capital and management, meaning the lowest cost to tho business world and consequently tho highest development ot our resources; usefulness, developing, and with most perfect machinery, tho resources of every part ot the country and bringing-Intgreatest activity tbo capacities of brain and muscle of all our people." In f, s When the covey rlfes before you and goes off in a bunch, don't fire point blank at the whole bunch, thinking to get halfn dozen at one shot chances are you'll get none. Pick out a single bird and try to make sure of that one This not only glvej you a chance to bring down the one aimed at, but it gives you a good chance to catch others that may fly into range. Advertise like jou'd shoot at birds, Don t try to put nil your good things into ouead; save some; for you'll Letd them. And don't take "a crack nt cteation" with only general results in view. Advertise one thing; and make it a "bargain." Sell It at a loss, II necessary and charge up the loss to the advettislng expense account. What you vant an ad to do is to make folks come after the tlung advertised. When they get that and are pleased with it, you're in good shape to do mote business with them business in pther things which you didn't advertise. All oi the successful big advertisers do this. Why dou't the little fellow catch on? Ads b.-tt- Attorney at Law. Hkaveh Dam, Perry Westcrfield, Kt. li. WEDDING IIautfoiiu, Ky. Will pructico bis profession in all tho courts ol Ohio and adjoining .counties. Also Notary Public. Office, hi Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, H. a. rBKirx Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all tii courts of Ohio and adjoining counsfoa Carelul attention will be Riven to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office pver Ohio vvoumy uanK. Also JNotary .Public. HAHTFOitO, KY, Wniilril For the luvenile Holiday and Stands nrd Subscription Books, by the V. B. Conkey Company, the largest publishers and manufacturers of books YvUutr Fever Ueriiin breed in the bowels. Kill them and In the United States. Finest line of your are safe from the awful disease. new holiday and other subscription Cascarets destroy the germs throughout the system and make it impossi- books on the market. Also agents ble for new ones to iorm. Cascarets wanted for "Trie Silver Side," the for latest and best text-booon the silare the only tellable young and old agaist Yellow Jack, ver question by the greatest silver t ioc. 25c. 50c. all druggist. leaders Exclusive territory. Latest sale-guark io-4- KY. Will practice his profession in tlio Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at JCaw, HARTFORD, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY7 JNO. B. WILSON, 3E3. IEf . 3XrDE3A.lL,, . (Vomity Attorney') SPECIAL attention making given to col' abstracts, &o. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. run n mm .!.i- - 111l pu -..li. square. W...VO tj..i. piup one and for $1.50. commissions. Prices below compeR. E. LEESIMMERMATM. tition. Write at on:e for circulars and special terms, stating your choice Courier-Journ- al j of territory. Haiitfoiid, Ivy. W. B. Conkey Company, Will practice his profession in all.tlio 34, 343. 347. 349. 351 Dearborn Courts of Ohio and adjoining counu'os Collections carefully and promptly atStreet, Chicago, Ills, tended to. Office with T. J. Smith Wednesday nearly $1,000,000 In & Co., Market Street. A ITnlveraal Hold Slnmlnril. Director of the Mint It. K. Preston gold was withdrawn from the Band of J.B. VICKERS, Is said to have predicted tint within 15 England for shipment to the United years every nnllon in Ihe world will be States. How is this ior prosperity? using the gold basis for Its financial I m IlHRTFORD, KY system. He thluks Mexico will lie the I It is especially unfortunate ior last next Important untion to fall Into line year's silver orators that the one artl- - Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. for gold, nfteeiii ears Inn short period ' Special atof time with oriental nations, but It cle to which they were especially de tention given to all business entrusted may be sufficient time even for China ' voted is the only one which does not to his care. Office in Repubucaw touccept the Inevitable. Asthedongcrs enjoy the general advance in prices. buildiug. of a silver standard become more and more apparent nations nre almost fullAnd now comes the announcement ARMISTEAD JONES, ing over each other to get to 0 gold that raw hides have Increased over 30 basis. It Is probable that more nations will per cent in prices since the Dingley adopt the gold standard this year than bill was framed. Will the DemocratHARTFORD, KY.. have ever before adopted It In any one ic brethren charge that to a foreign Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio year. Japan, Salvador, British Honduand adjoining counties. Special atras, Cofitn Itlcn and Peru are some of famine also? tention given to collections. Offle the countries that have this year either with County Attorney. adopted the gold standard orstorted the process of adoption. Nicaragua and In- The Republican the Attorney at Iaw lor one year 1 Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law dia may also Join the gold procession this year. Commenting upon Director Treston's prediction, the New York Journal of Commerce says: "The nations of the world ore too closely connected by the ties of commerce, now to maintain dliTcrentand especially dlfferlngstandards. Commerce has wiped out boundary lines. Tbo steamship and the telegTaph nnd five cent letter postage, we may mid, nnd tho Increasing means of the people of every country to buy the product of other countries nnd the Increasing demands bf the manufacturers of every land for mateilals from other lands have altogether brought thenatlons of the world Into a single market. While their respective moneys bore on unchanged relation: to each other It only required a little arithmetic to translate prices from one langunge to another, but when their relations toward each other changed rapidly It began to bo evident to all except u few American slates-me- n that It was Imperative that, whether reduced to a common unit or not, their moneys must be reduced to a common standard," Inherited Blood Louisville Dental Co - Taint 'l fSr JF The Farmers' New fo.Klon n Silver. Here is a esse of inherited blood taint which resulted in what threatened to be a complete wreck of an innocent ypung life. The lnoit serious feature of belns; afflicted with a blood disease is the fact that iaaocent posterity mutt suSer. The man r woman with the slightest taint in the blood forces the undesirable legacy of imparity upon their children whose veins flow with the impure inheritance which handicaps them in the race ot life. No child who has a trace of bad blood can be healthy or strong, and those predisposed to Scrofula are liable to a great alisl of sickness, because their constitutions are weak and cannot withstand the many dangers which beset the path of ahlldhood. Medical statistics showthat a majority of lung troubles result directly from Scrofula, so that a child afflicted with this disease is likely to fall a victim to dreaded consumption. Mr. W. A. Clayton, of Addie, N. C, believes S.S.S. i the only blood remedy which can have any effect whatever upon obstinate cases. He says : " My boy had the worst esse of Serofnla I ever heard of. Ila three-year-ol- d 1 14 W.M.st. OWEPsSBOEO,KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best ftt of teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . $3 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling .' 75c Extracting, pei tooth . . . , v . 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extinctlng ftee when Attificlal Teeth aie 01 dered. Office permanently located. $jo.oo IN OOLD. Watch. Diamond scholarthlp in Draughon'a Fractlcal Ilusiness College. Nashville. Tenn.. or Texarkaua. Tex., or a achol- rahln In most anv other reoutafale hnstnpsa col. lege or literary achooiln the 17. S. can be secured by doing a little work at home for the Youths' Advocate, an illustrated Journal. II Is elevating In character, moral In tone, and especially Interesting and profitable to young people, but read with Interest and profit by people of all ages. Modes and other Interesting matter well Illustrated. Sample copies seat free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate rub. Co., Nashville, Tcnn. Mention this paper I People V fll 1 tl & Illcycle.OoIda & Mng or -- FREOt - H Uncle Sam'a 'Will to IMephnnt. i I wmf Waters llefnre ana Since 1B7S. Thirteen years before the "crime of '73." according to the United States census of 1800, Ihe average wage per annum paid to each person was $288. Seventeen years after that catastrophe the average had Increased to $484. That r Is, the of 1800 got 68 per of cent, more thau did the IfiCO. Not only Oral, but each dollar of 1B00 would buy more of tho necessities onil comforts of life than would each dollar of 1600. Does the think he gets loo many dollars or that his dollars buy too much? How many crimes like that of 1873 could be wnge-eaniewage-earnwage-earn- iiJif; TAiii.r. T Ihirla flllOVK'd aP2 1. HA t. 11. 11. 111 . i: KY. 1 GOING HAST. WARRANTED. PRICE 50ct3. on atu, it u Nut, 10, 1!M. Medicine Co., bl louli.Mo. IS JUST AO GOOD FOR ADULTS. MR. W, A. CIAVTON. year, MO boulea ct ilrntlemcni Wo wild C1JILI, TON 10 nnj have TAKTKI.I.S Loutfbtlbrso KroM already thia year. Innlloarex 14 yonra. In tbo drug bitklnom. bare iwienro of n noi er told an artlclo that eara imli uulrenal oun truly, aa uur Tuulu. lt Vh h;:t ro.TA AilXKr.CAttK IK II Mlll.viitt CO. ft aaBBBWiVvS-ia5- m. Business, I'HUNUGKAPHY, IIUS- - Writing ttri3rg aw ' S- f- gv ry..r ii 1V sws. SjJfrsr , 7 - ip Situation, aWrjMa aJV aVHaaVakHt 7 tV "' XV&mirx'' WMt STBlaW -- whw for circular of hit famoue and reaponalb! COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY fUifttrj to 1)iouanJ of yradualea In poiltlont. t of Vnll Hualura Courte, UcludlDg TuU (ton, llookt auJ Hoard lu family, about J JO. and Telegraph, 8pecialtie. bhrthin OdTba Kantuckr Unlrenlty plplotna, uodr aral, ikwrirdetJ graduate Llttrary Cour freo. If Koternow, Qraduatcifurcciifui Nutnradun. iowp It Utt $ Mac , aatirHl t ortltr M kat$ onk LEXINGTON, KY.t WILBUR R. SMITH, Hell nt World' Kxpoalllon, Sf f toeyaiMTrDTV AuurtlrU Golil Not (he Guilty Wretch. You must attribute It to the Inventive genius, that hns multiplied a thousand times, In many Instances, ihe strength of a single arm and enables us to do with one man what SO men could not do SO years ngo. That Is what has brought down prices In this country nnd everywhere. YIIlam J, Bryan, March 10. 180?. Prosperity and Currency llvforni. Commenting upon the faiorutile fects, of tho rise in wheat and tbo collapse of free silver theories the financial Chronicle says; "With all the man-I- I f est advantages arising from this remarkable situation there Is one serious danger.- - Our currency system bns been tried and found deplorably wanting. Its frlendsafilniitbatthe currency troubles during the past seven years bavo been u result ot financial and Industrial distress. This, from one point of view, Is true, but people who accept this un a conclusive answer strangely overlook the fact that such u result Is the most serious Indictment of the system. "When, all commercial conditions ef- dirl. WILBUR R.SMITH.LCXINCTON.KV wiacwmf' 1UM1 ka liiMfc tjpi w uwumii n if5! nbLunuA ir ' MUaW rH;imiimm jZJ 'ufTWtftfl, Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semi weekly one year tor $1.75, -- Globe-Democra- StUfOMfM' mi (MM ,.IBn..' HnuirJ MlKCWaC lafilWUWA JHWUUO) iMMaWULk. was given many blood remedies without relief, and treated by the best doctors. He seemed to get worse all the while, however, and the disease finally resulted in curvature of the spine, making him utterly helpless. II. Merrick Act, "The bad sores on bis neck increased in size, and were a source of constant Louisville. Holder- pain. lie was in this pitiful condition lltiii'eron route Ci mpany lor two years, when some one recom- sun utd St l.miis Rnilwaj mended S.S.S., stating that it had enred Time Caid effective May 30, 1897. EAST BOUND some of the worst esses of blood diseases. As soon as his system was nnder the efNo 42 46 44 fect of the medicine, the sores began to Lv St Lou s 8:55 pm get better, and In eight days were comfivansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am pletely healed. Before long be conld Herideiton 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am walk on erutehes, and was improving stand? Spottsville 7 38am 3:07pm 2:28am every day. In three months be threw Ovvensboro 8:18am 3'44ai aside his crutches, for he had no farther Plenty of Gold. Hawesvllle 9:17am 4 4 l' 4 50f,M A good deal of complaint Is made as use for them ; the dreadful disease had Clovttpnit 9:45am 5 03pm 5:10am to the small amount of gold in tbo been eliminated entirely from bis syshe was restored to perfect Irvli j!toi. n 45m 6 03pm 557 mi world. It Is the very fact that gold Is tem, and The enre was a permanent one. health. found only In small amounts thatmakea as uo sign of the disease has returned AiLouiavllle 12 35pm 7 45pm 7:300m WEST HOUND It so desirable for currency. If It was for ten years." No 41 45 43 as abundant as Iron It would be as unS.S.S. is a real blood remedy, and 8:23pm and Lv. Louisville 7:300111 available as Iran for money purposes. promptly reaches all nrnndei buig 8 sism 6 cgpin 9:30.1m As to tho comparative quantity, there obstinate blood diseases, it matters not Iivlngton 9 150M 6:43pm 9:52am has not been five years since 18S0 when what other treatment has failed. It it which acts on the corthere lias not been a much larger the only remedy forcing the disease from Stephenpott 9:51am 7:20pm 10:2 totu of amount of gold In the world In propor- rect principleand getting rid of it perma- - Cloverport 10:1111111 7:39pm system Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm tion to the necessity for Its use than the Ovvensbnto ili35Biii9'05pm 11:48pm there was In the preceding five years, S. S.S. is a sure cure for Scrofula, Spottsville 12:17pm 9 47PU lawjpw In proportion Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, Rheumatism, nud there Is more Hendeison 12:40 lo.iopm 12:45pm to tho necessity for Its me for business Tetter, and all other blood diseases. It is Evansvillc 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm than there ever was before. Hon. John 7.20pm De Witt Warner. Ar St Louis 7:32pm wotld, All traloa urn thiotigli staid to tlnanfa Monetary Condition. guaranteed to F.vansvllle. Through PaiVir Caw and is the only remedy The several forms of our paper money contain no potash, mercury or other ut,d Pullman SUepet-Mioni ill (lite lllrtl, on all tiaiiui t K you are a bird hunter, and a good offer, lu my judgment, n constant emharmful mineral. letwren St Louis, Rvwisville and barrassment to tho government and ImBooks ou blood and skin diseases will Louisville, No. At and 42 coiiiikHm wlug shot, you'll see the point In peril a be mailed free to any address by the Swift at Irvlngton for Fordsville nuI IJiir- safe balance In the treasury. this, nnd appreciate it If you are From President McKlnley's Messago to Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. dinafaurg daHy evcrpt Sunday, nol, ask some one who is to tell yoii Congress. Local Freight No, 292 n 6 run. iu. No, 222 a 02 p. in. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. in. Fast Mall going wn.sT. No. 201 u 7 17 a. 111, Fast Mail Nn 221 a 12 25 p 111. Mail Local Freight No. 291 83 25 p 111, 4!iu deep-seate- d y Purely Vegetable x ")."l if.M.if Hartford Republican. 11UDAY, OCTODUR 8, 1897. Fiu:i: silver is an ignuis fatuous, an incandescent dream. It is nothing more, it is nothing less. Offloo on Fox Stroot. Ikiiied llvvrjr t'rlilii) m lliirtrotil, liy "We have the votes to win." Ilctald. Tim, brother, nnd it will tako luiitu than four weeks to do it. Tin: Herald says: ' I men could possibly have made peace with enrh other and became ftlcnds but the embers of their bate wcic continually tanned Into n blaze by SULPHURSPRINGS Jo Hlackburn said in a speech n few Is a fair fight aud if Kentucky goes Republican In November I am willing to ndttilt that this proud old State is anchored in a Republican harbor fcr many years to come." This is not the language of a political orator, confident of victory, but the moan of n djlng jo'iticlan over a loreseen political doom, Illnckburn in '97 is different from nincktmrn in '96. The vtlttr heard Jo address aooo voters in September 1896 and in thunderingtoccs henssur-e- d them that Kentucky wou'd shire lu the honor of electing the "Boy Orator, of the Platte" to the Presidency nnd raising his voice ns if addressing the inhabitants ot Neptune he shouted: Gektlkmcx of the faith, wo wish to iho silver question can hardly bo No, tor Editor. JAS. A. ANDERSON pninmoiiiit to all others, ' National Democrats have silver instance, thero is the question of "get-tini- ! yoar Subscription, $1.25 por ' the oilices, mid "who struck Democrats on tho jump, and will nt Hartford keep thorn jumping until they, tho Billy Patterson." Entered nt the post-offias second class mail matter. silver Democrats, completely peter Is the near future thoso follows who out. recognize-thprinciples asset forth iu Tin: stupondeous intellectual feat tho "Shccargo" platform (if thero is exof tho editor of tho Jfcrald as evi- nny priuciplo in it) as the denced by his setting tho editor of ponent of true and undefiled Democtho Rr.i'imLiCAN aright will go down racy will bo scarcer than hcus teeth. in history as ono oi tho most mo Pakties when nt a loss to know meutous achievements ever accomtheir own minds upon any subject, or plished by tho human mind. question, or stato of things, can easily get out of their delimma by applyREPULIOAN TICKET. Some, if not all of tho Democratic ing to tho editor of tbo Herald. Ho candidates in Ohio county are playcan inform them just what thoy ought Election Nov. 2, 1897. ing the double-dealigame, repreto think and just what they ought to senting the "free silver or bust" sido Clerk of tho Court ol Appeal do under auy circumstances, and J. G. Bailey. when it counts most and the sound that too freo gratis. money issue when it can be donu with Stato Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. .Representative, II. C, Jnmngin. effect. Tho old regulars aro catphing Tue Republicans of tbo Ninth JuCounty Judge, Jaa. A. Park. up to their tricks and from all appear dicial District, composed of the counCounty Cletk, M S. llnglaml. ances the bucket will have to be carCircuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, ties ot Meade, Grayson, Hardin and County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. ried on one shoulder. Freo silventes Breckenridge, held a delegate conSheriff, S.T.Stevens. und sound money Democrats will not School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. any more mix than oil and water vention at West Poiut on the 28th nf September and nominated Hon, Z, T. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. when it comes to real issues, and that Aeseseor, G. D. Royal. Proctor, of Leitchfield, for Circuit is what will be forced very soon. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Judge. No nomination was mado Surveyor, N. Moxley. Because a National Democrat oc- for Commonwealths' Attorney. Mr. MAGISTRATE. casionally has an appointment at a Proctor is at present the nominee ot Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. place where the county candidates his party for County Attorney in Cromwell Dist Jnnl B. Wilson. Grayson county aud it is more than Fordsville Dist Jacob Chaucelor. are bil'ed to speak, free silverites are yelling out that National Democrats probable that ho will decliuo the Roeine Dist L. B. Loney. Bulord Ltist Ed MnEEie. aro making their appointments over nomination for Judge. Tho Judicial the state so as to get advantage of tho District is heavily Democratic and Judicial District. crowds thatenmeoutto hearthe coun- Grayson county will go Republican. ty candidates. The free silverites are A bird in the hand is wonh two in tbo afraid for tho people to hear the cause bush. to you: lreo silver propound a question "As a Stato m "Where ao you at?" ce ng piper publication. The battle to death between Swopc nt d O odloe was hustenp;! nnd per bans cjused by newsp.ipets. Tneru is nt present a bad ttateof fei ling existing between two prominent leaders ot the Republican patty in this state. Wc do not propose to enter into any discussion ol the merits or demerits, the lightness or the wrongncss of these two gentlemen. Neither is it necessary to mention tbelr names because all reading men will know to whom wc lefer. Dut we do wish to call attention to the fact that many newspapers in this state nie trjing to inTenFc the bad leeling already existing between these eminent men. It is done purposely, too, for the purpose ol irjurlng the Republican patty. Good Republicans to be sure ute entitled to their opinions regarding the affairs of. these two men; but they certainly should not let the intermeddling of Democratic newspapers Inilueucc tlem in their opinions. A volumn could be written on this subject but our only intention is to put Republicans on guard against publications in certain newspapers that are intended lor no other purpose than injuring the Republican patty. We might also add Incidentally that some Republican newspapers in this state have said more in tegard to certain men, prominent in Republican circles, than was absolutely necessa- ne-- f dajsngo "this Anviittrtti, The drouth still continues in this section nnd tock water Is getting to be nlmost a thing of the past Mr. W. D.Smith nnd wife nnd little sou, Jesse, of Clear Run neighborhood wcie the gucjt.s ol his brother, Mr. John Smith, ol this phtce -- Gloomy, Hopeless mo, Life Miss LuclndA Moigan who h i bsen I visiting her aunt. Mrs II. F. Wallace, of Fordsville, ritur led Inm M nd.y Miss Ciarlie ""uvlor, ol Palo, w.n the guest ot Misses Cordelia nnd O.xie Ashley Katuidaj and Sunday. MIsn.Mitllti WliilehotHc is on the sick list. R v M. M Ilurter failed to fill his r.t Mt. MarUh Mtthod-ist A FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, LU CIUS P. LITTLE. FOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, JOE NOE. What are the eternal principles as tet forth in the Chicago platform anyhow.? Mn. Bkyan still declares that "the opening of the American mints would raise tho price of silver bullion to Mexico ought to 81.29 an ounce." It would pension Bryan at once, make her fortune. ' ' Nebraska are held price of last year, and at double the hundreds of farms that were "for sale, cheap for chash,"nroout of the market, And yet Bryanitcs go on with their calamity wail The good people of the state ought to increase the size of their lunatic asylums and their "homes for the Farm lauds in advocated. They prefer to keep the people in the dark In a half column editorial this andsiug to them that old song of week the Jferald, by one slip of the "free selver at the ratiao of 16 to 1 pen, paves the way to sneak out of or bust." the whole silver question. It says in Kentucky the silver question is not Is it the Dingley law or the fall of "paramount"' and the question is how silver which is thecauseof tho advance to get tho offices away from the Renf nil Inrrn nirdnels in thfi Inst sivtv publicans. To do this in Ohio coundayg? Thero bng beeD UQ occasion ; ty tho fcrald is willing to pretend to wbich silver haa faUen raore rapi(,y , , ,. ., , Auug. carry along a few Populist who were so much detested by it a short time-agoand no time in which all farm prod- It nny Populist, who can see ucts have advanced more rapidly through tobacco canvass, will read the than during August and September. article headed the "Issue of the camSince tho Dingley law went into oppaign" in the Herald this week, ho eration about the time that this will be bound to admit that the Herald it might be well to call for once, is down to "brass tacks.'' upon Mr. Bryan for another paid The only tiling is to beat the Repubsyndicate article explaining the cause licans and hereafter, as 'n the past, it of this geneial advance. will try just as bard to defeat the Populists. of Bound money . "My biby was taken with eczema. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and giving it to her, and continued the medicine for sometime, when the disease disappeared. She is now a healthy and well developed child and I feel I owe her restorations to health to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. J. I,. Jefleries. Seven Guns, Ky. Hood's Pills are the only pill to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. iioh'h riiii.i Editor Rki'iibucan. In the last issue of your paper I had an article on the Beda speaking nnd in that article I spake of Mr Miller having denied in the face of some statements of the best men in affidavits ot Baitlett's precinct, would say that Mr. Miller further stated on that 00 casion that he was the Populist candidate endorsed by the Democrats and that it was not by any solicitation; and as Mr. Miller has reiterated his statements and that this nomination and indorsement came to him unsolicited, I think the time has come for him or some ot those candidates who are so heavily endorsed to step to the fiont and let the people know something about the whys and wherefores. Let's see how this tuns now. It would be unjust to accuse these endorsed candidates of briuging about and putting on the shoulders ol Mr. Miller all ot these nominations and Then it they had endorsements. nothing to do with it aud are not to blame, the trouble lies in another direction. In this case we will have to lay this matter at the doors of the Committees and in doing this we have investigated and round that one J. P. Miller was the Cbahuuu of the Pop-- , ulist County Committee and that ons G. B. Ulceus was the Chair mini of the Democratic County Committee. We find these two gentlemen closeted with one F. L Felix, who w.iuted uominaiion aud expected the and endorsement of these two parties for the office of County Attorney. I suy we find these men closeted togellur to bring abjut the bargain und sale by which tney expected to ride into office regardless if the sacrifice of principles; then we find this same Jas, P Miller canvassing the county and hear him say that this nomination and endoisement came to him unsolicited, and we find this same G. 13' Likens tellinj the people that he is the Democratic endorsed by the Populisi; then we find this same F. L, Felix, editor ot the Uartfjid Herald rellegated to the rear, as will be his pal titers, Miller and Likens; ohusing and accusing S. A A , or his lather, R. A. A. of being the writer of a communication in last weeks issue ot our paper aud stating that it made but liltls difference as they both had been voting the Republican ticket fjr u.tra. This same little political trickster knew when he penued taa e mortal Unit R, A. A. was one ol the substantial Democrats ot the couuty. I have been personally acquainted with R, A A. lor a period often ortwelveyeat3 and have never heard of his Democracy being questioned bclore. However I don't trunk that lie would vote for a yellow doe just because he found Ins name under the Rooster. FkMB SlI.VR Dl.Mi'CKAT. mn-diua- le llnillliy Itnbjr. GOING TO PEACES. ' teeble-minded- The Treasury Department has over 8145,000,000 of gold on hand, and has had since the McKinley administration came in, a larger gold surplus than at any time for a long period of This is in marked contrast years. conditions during the Demo, with the cratic administration, when Fresident Cleveland was compelled to sell bonds every now and then to keep up the hundred-millioreserve. who aro satisfied with Mr. Bryan's explanation of tho ciuse iu the advance in tho price of wheat might do well to inquire of him about the advance of wool. He says the advance in wheat was due to a shortage abroad. There is no record These people of any considerable shortage abroad in wool, yet prices of wool have advanced sixty per cent, since the beginning of September, 180G, while silver has fallen twenty per cent, in t'le same time. The Republican party recognize the Populist party as a live and vigorous organization. It has grown rap has in the idly in this state and field as a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, the hustling and eloquent Jo A. Parker. Recognizing the respectability of Mr. Parker and his party, Mr.Bailey, the Republican nominee for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, has consented to a series of twenty joint debates with Mr. Parker. This will help the Populist party as well as the Republicans. There is now in this 6tate a number of freo silver Democrats who are disgusted with the condition ot their party and who now see the error of In fact the free silver their way. Democracy is rapidly going to pieces; nothing can save the old ship. It is tossed hither and thither by every passing wave; which, together with the merciless winds that aro beating agaiust it, will shortly make it a hopo-les- s wreck. When the final break up J BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING. Time has wrought a great change in our silly ueighbor on tho corner in regard to tho Populists in Ohio coun ty. The Democratic candidates are all ashamed of the fusion with the Populists and one of the candidates baid a few days since that it was killing tho Democratic party and the Populist party was already gone There are no principles devolved in fusion; it is simply a contract between Rowan Holbrooksand J. P. Miller to deliver the votes of their parties for a mess of pottage. The He aid's great charge is amusing. For instance on Oct. 3, '93, it says: "Perhaps it Is because so many people vvere once f mnd here who followed oil the monstrous dogmas advocated by the Third part' that Ohio couuty has lately been inflicted with men who preach so many doc-- , trines We used to Le threatened with and land loans; now it is left to us to be afflicted with s "nnd we're going to make the victory complete by carrying McKlnleys' own State." It is hardly fair to quote this on Jo since hts practical admission that Kentucky will go Republican for years to come, but he had tint night the "Boy Orator" for an auditor nnd the jaded boy needed chtcring up Jo sees what is coming; there is another Jo who sees it toj, and there is a Gabe. a Jim Pendleton, n Henry, a Den ham and some more who sec it. A man who has voted the Democratic ticket lor forty jears and never scratched a ticket iu his lite said .to the writer that he would not be surprised it the Republicans won the county by six hundred mnj rity, and assigned as his reason that neither nor the Populists the Democrats would stick very close to the candidates oi cither party, and that scores ot Democrats would not vote for a man who had voted lor a "nigger". A number of substantial Democrats in this end of the county do not hesitate to say that they are gang to ot head the scratch the Populist ticket by reason of a panic ular vote be once cast. The Populist will doubtless even mattera up on the day ol reckoning. The most remarkable feature of the county campaign is the reticence of the Democratic candidates on free silver. Last fall no Democrat was orthodox who did not begin nnd end his speech with 16 to 1; but poll, cians gather lessons trom defeat nnd the Democratic filled two appointments without rnce rifering to free silver, and at the third appointment a Republican candidate, t not knowing whether they ha ton free silver or were ashamed of it, asked the boys what was the matter with Iree silver and was toid that it belonged to national campaigns nnd not to local canvasses. Negro domination ami mixed schools were exploded in the gubernatorial campaign of 1895, and the Democratic candidates arc Icrcrd to run on individual hobbies. Klack 13 running on wind, Miller on the neck ol the Democrats. Hocker on his preaching, Thomson on Jim Polk's record as jailor. Vickcri u i his boyishness, and the oilier bjys ate running just for amusement. Boys you better git bick tn-dgoddess the without whose assistance jou mvtr won h fight, State or National. tfo-.goer star-eyed church Suml ly Mr. Chirem'p Funk wis thrown from his b i?o Sunday 1 veiling and got his nnu very badly butt. S"hool began here Monday with Miss dell McD.mald teacher j Rev. . II Sipp preached n very interesting at Mt. Morhh ct Saturday night. Mr. Pat Ho laud aud Mi s Onlc Funk, Mr. Hardin Hoover nnd Mits fclicnklMK. DonnieBaxley, ol Char Run. were the The following is the list ol apeak-ing- s arranged lor the county candiguests ot Missrs Sallic nnd Miry Hamilton Sunday. dates oud as agreed to by the chairIda. men of the different committees: UverjUiinp seems propitirus for Oct. 8. Hopewell church Friday. nur triend, the l.irmer. now n days. " 9 T.iylortowu school house, For him the sky is rosy nnd the Ins Saturday. ture hright. He hn no calls to brae " 9. Green ltrler school house at the perils ol an Alaska winter in oi night der to acquire golden riches. He " 12. Prentis, Tnrsi'ny. does not have to push through the " 13. Ciomwcll, Wednesday. Cliilkoot pis to get a view of the " 14. Select, Thursday. promised land His mines nrelocated " 14 Capetown nt night on Ins o vn hroid acres. To sow and " 15. Uosine, Friday. reap and teo.Ue itollars worth Ico " 15 Mount Pleasant at night. ceuts each far his products is nil he " 16. Hoise IWauch Saturday. Witness oursignalures. This Aug. his to do. The markets are his, iu a l.ttle while he will own the earth. 30, 1897. John P. Morton, Cli'ui. Republican Com. At this time the American farmer is Rowan Homirook, the cynosure of multitudes of envious eyes. His wheat brings one dollar a Ch'm Democratic Com. bushel Corn has shown n lively J. J UllACKIN, Ch'm. PcnpVs Patty Com. tendedcy to mount the scale. Cattle tf are iu gre?t tUtmnd nnd at bettter prices than the) have brought tor OABTOXUA. yens. It would lie u i I to name u I Bill n " IiMO" single niticlc produced by the fanner tipitnrt that is not quoted higher than it has u been in nianv months. Wc congniU ulite trie larmer. The uvve of prosProsperity my come with n perity lias struck him hard. He debut it will never abide with serves it. We douit blame him for the individual hoitson the stool feeling his oats Diistol News. ol do nothing nnd spouts tobnecojuice nnd "hard times" by the yard. The io. uai: ia oJino '00 Xiwrnaji SnnJoig inexorable li.t h that every mnn Brwiipv "oajj otUuirs pun laiiroorl T1 must piCducc something it he would .HiuanJ nano j jo-- .'ii3Siup uv Suojjt mm i j u voiBtu 1UHI 'J.TJnii jDpuoncin'jcn shine the material comforts ol this uojtt puo ojjou 'ajii jo nnj Mi3u oV.M world. An idleris nuitbomination rcUIO.) UJ13J0) U3 XH3 OOJOqoJ nb ox ttuy 4jr jaii V'iS !" 1I''S B.U'I'U, l."U Middlesboro Hera'd. 11 ' e, u Por nearly llvo yearn I nuffcrcd with enso ot Bturnncli trouble. Iliad ihIiis In my stomach and bowclisotliatl eoiihl not stand or work without ynat uufterlna. My appetlto was very poor and wliml did cat anyt bluff I was shortly nilerwnrdi telteil with vomiting apcll. I could not rest ut nlijlit nnd felt tamo and tlnil nil over. I Uinmo nervoui and had no cncriry whatever. My Hfo nrcnicd My huiltand Rloomy nml hoiieles. Hood's Banaparllla, m 1110 to take lie had been taklriff it with Brent I bcRan taklnff It nnd tho flrat hot-tl- o did 1110 n Kroat dent of good. I con. tinned with It regularly nnd linvo now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing neatly all my hounowork." Mm. Hinda CitocKKn, (Hailstone, Ala. My blood wns out of order and I hnd no energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Hnrsapnrllln I felt better than for M.UUOK W. SMITH, Colllm-villa j ear." Alabama. Hood's ft.rsapirllla h aotd by drugglita. ltood'a. f 1, Bis tor $3. Uo uuro to 11 Tlrod, NerIntornni Pnln9-Lnvous Evory Dad Symptom Curod by Hootl'o Snrsnpanlln. ntoero bene-use- d. dUs; ven-gen- cc, v LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH E.MSUSH TEACHCSS SCI tNTIFIC AflD 'Q.? WttfdWJlsM'Mat IITUIN1B (N f CIAS! ilC C0URSCS. taw s" or board ako rvinotf. STAPLE 2aC-aL75T- JOII.V flANDEKMIANK fienry (Jmsley ID Fit! HUB, XST.. -- DIJALFR IN V Oct Hartford) Moimonisni," Tho time will soon arrivo when tho votes of Ohio coutity will bo counted, and by conservative men of all political parties it is a conceded fact that the entire Republican ticket will win. The ticket is composed of the very best men in tho county and men who will attend strictly to the business entrusted to them, while on tho other baud tho fusion ticket is made up ol men from both the Democratic VICTORY IS OURS. aud Populist parties and the mixture suits neither side, heuco 11 largo number of both Democrats and Populists will vote tho Republican ticket, recognising in it tho best men lor the places. 'or The time was once in this county when a Democratic Humiliation was equivalent to an election nnd during that tlmo they fought tlio Populists on eyery hand, and said a'l kinds of mean thiols about them and the time has now arrived for those good, honest Populists to retaliate, and they will do it. Wo aro glad that tho good people of Ohio county lecognuo the fact thalllioroarogoodmetiouUido tho mixed party who uro capable nt man aging ttllairs and they propose to lion them at tho November election and thus put a stop to tho party who lialiovcd in monopolizing county ofli Tho cos by any one set of men. time has come when cue term in of-- fi ;e is enough, especially it it is n long term, and tho pe.iplo will not bo im posed upon any longer. l';i ticket wo Iiuvh placed before tho people ot this county i paramount to any ticket yet placed iu the Held In uslc lor ihosuiTragP ol the pmp'o Republicans and nil friends o good government should nwako to Ihenitu-iitioat mica and sou that tl 0 otitiru vot n pilled ami t hat u can bi 110 doubt about tho leeult. Onwntd, to ii In its issue of Oct. G, '07, it says, in comes, these voters who once belongspeaking of The Rei'Uhlican and tho ed to the free silver wing ot the Dem ocrntic party, will bo caught by the Populist party: "The Populists of our county are Republicans, the National Democrats men sense and discernment and the Populists; most ot them, to be they of 110 magnifying glass to and need see sure, will join the Populists, as they the rank hypocrisy which liej behind all these honeyed woris nnd sjlt are for tho Iree coinage of silver. Tho opportunity of the Populist soap." Everybody can see through your party to make great gains was never As Mr. Watterson silly effbrtd to mix water and oil and so good as now. have already set you down as a rank says, there is a great political disintegration going on in this country. demagogue, aud if you ever had any That disintegration is confined to influence you have lost it. Why tton'tyou be consistent? The Poputho lrce silver Democrats. y as it was true they aro going to pieces list party the tamo It is in 1803 when you condemed it so seand the Populists will get the most of verely. It is composed of the same them. men and the same men are now 011 will be a merry fight, however, It us the Republicans will bo utter them, your ticket, and one of the men who is on your ticket, brother. Felix, turned g tho National Democrats will bo them to come homo, and in the the Populis's vote ugniust you in I8O4. ibeg-giu1111 Cnnl Mii!iiitii!4, Jellico, Tenn ,. Ot, 2. About t enty to thirty car loads f conl are being shipped trom this p'.int dnilj the first since May, as ibe local demand has taken all produced from the Blue Gem elns up to this week The miners claim thit they can "check up" on alt but eight mer as being out in Proctor mines, while the operators in confidence stale that between thirty and fifty men weit into the mines Monday morning, c Freshest goods always kept in Stock. 'PRICES the LOWEST IL-s-t Lump aud Nut Coal for enlo at niy.Oial Ytird in Hayti at tho market price. .in BULBS' F. M. HEAVRIN & CO , Pitoi-'- s G, S. HALEY. F. M. HEAVRIN, -- ) ) , Cl01"s- - NEW- mm 1 Catalogue for Asking. BOTEL endlo-da- y 701 to 715 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, K Rates $ .00 per day. Reduction by tho tho wook Street cars from p.ll lep da nnss the door. Iu center of wholesale aud ton 11 ly bacco trade. tzmzxaxiufBX ' Bulbs for Fall Planting out ot doors. Bulbs for Winter blooming in the house. Plants for blooming during the Winter. Plants for decorating Seeds for Fall sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter Bowing in tho house. Send us 10c to pay postage and package and wo will send yuu 1G Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Heeds, orsix packages (all different) Sweet Peas, or all tlirco colleitlous for 25c. , Y- - i She pA$eep (107, reene, rl. ' victor)! We ' loin I Vrlil&im Hi I1 9 WZvZiilB .laJUJll aAju( 1111 11 n ilvl ifii.v 14 11U I IT Miuig qinoci 1111111 MUi U fttdlrj IfllHM AtllA1 )u UJ r"l -J 1- -1 meautimn tho devil will take the out. hindmost. For a limited time 99 cents will pay But tho Populists should not loso fr one doen cnD(nttsiz? photos at this opportunity, Schroder's Floating Studio. By keeping their organization in TO I'l'lti. .1 nun I.N 0x1: II Y largo tact they will be ablo to add Take Itxntivi- - Broino Quinine Tab. number of recruits to their ranks lects. All Druggists relund the monfrom the free silver Democrats. 6 '6 1110. ey if it falls to Cure. 25c. Tobosuro when tho Populists alAN EVIL. low themselves to bo swallowed by The press Is a great power iu the the freo silver Democrats thoy can Und, and where its influen never advance but will lose Instead. ces ate felt in' the right direction' This ear for the first lime in the But by keeping in the mlddlo of the there is no end to the good it can do. history jof Kentucky p ilittcs the man road; by putting out their own candiThere aro some fettures connected' selected ns the leuler of what claims ' dates under their own device, or fu- with the puss however, that are to be the Democratic piny tears and sion wilh another party under an in- fraught with evil and have in time ' reluses to arccrl the reittrated chaN dependent divice, they ciui inuko past resulted in the death ol some of lengeofthe euemy to show himself Those Populists in this the brightest InttlUcts that nature' upon the fold of the fiaht. The tolls great gains. county who aro determined to uphold has ever knnivii, do not even so much as show that The evil wc teler to is that of keep Glueril Shackelford has lured a subtheir party organization and who aro fightiug tho county ticket which hus ing alive the anlm iiitles and jealous stitute and sent him to the fiont. ies exh-tlubetween eminent polili been placed under the Rooster, know The iff ct of the increased employcians aud statesmen. what thoy nro about. Thoy know ft la n.ii-,. , ., , , , . . ,ii iiu.il uetwccil ment which has been visible since the t n u.M ft. if tl.a ilni.1 1.A,...A.. iu . .uK ..,.. urn. y m ..gut ou n e.r Aflron Qw nm, AUxMi HamiUon protective tariff law went tnto operaown principles they can strengthen ..was due , ,Re meMre t0 t,,e ,( tion Is neiug tell In business circles their patty, flueucesof certain newspipers, which everywhere. Wholesalers aud retail- This can on'y be dono however by pushed matter concerning those er report a greatly Improved business, administering n stinging rebuke to great nJe( abollt wl,cj, thry SlouUl especially In the large cities and . tlmw methods which havo been used have kept quiet There was always throughout the manufacturing dis-- ' in tlita county to he p the freo silver a hitter rivalry, amounting to gen trlcts, while the good prices received Democrats t tho expense of tin1 Pop- - ulne hatred, between James O Blaine by farmtrx is h iving similar ifltct in u'iats. And Roscoe Conklln, The gentl,- - the agricultural regi ms, 11 I J g I IS1NEY FIELD &, HAVE OPENED THEIU SOK n I ( A fine now OMNIBUS will miot nil day trains at Btaver JJnm. All orders promptly attended to. guarantees a comfortable rhR corner Market aud Union Streets, Hartford, ICo :$3.c2L DGx'Oaao. Beavor 'JDcmool. An c'gant Lt&vc cit'tr vehicle nnd good boisrs at Fie d'i I.luiy Stable -- ss Jsat. lllniliiiniinnit llmltiirr NirnU. r The Policy that Built Up Our Store Is 1 Royal mikes the food pure, wholesome and dttlcloui. $i 49 for an elegant cape at Pair & Co's. HONESTY. There are u great many ways of doing business. Our way is to toll tell the TIMJTH. We advertise the price we sell mi POWDER Absolutely Puro As previously announced Captain for handsome calicoes at Fa-- & J, R. Hlndman, National Democratic 4c nominee fjr Clerk ol Couit of ApCVs. peals, spoke nt the Cmnt Home MonDuy j ou wn.t r bin is nt J. 15. Fog-- le day, lie was mtto nctil hy & Co's. Chaliuiau, Slmuiertuitii In fw approGood Overcoat for $2 50 at J. 15. priate remarks, nnd proctedtd to deliver cne ol the most interesting, Fogle & Co's Dig line of Ladles Fogle & Co's. Capes at J. 15. TO THE L fuHiliiV Ladies Trimmings, Wraps and Jackets and Millinery Stock is lull and complete, and have been selected with care and by our lady clerk and Milliner, who has served an extended apprenticeship in this business. There can be no mistake. "Come at once." .Full notice next week. Our Dress Department t pret-tie- See Fair & Co's millinery the in town. New line iucks novelty styles at Fair & Co's. J. 15. Fogle & Co want your eggs and feathers. Pretty lint children head wear nt Fair & Co's. & With ior; don't try to hide the leaders. us a child can buy as well as an expert. Now we want to say to you that our FALL goods are open and ready ior inspection. Never before were the styles prettier than they arc for the coming season. A little dress goods chat might be interesting to you. .'!( ori lAKma foDi co nt vok. I'resh groceries nt Carson Bros. Sec the new goods nt Carson Co's. I'nte llros. street. Mr. A. R. this week. Bros Groceries $1.25 buys a good boot at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Owens- Mr. Wayne Gtlfiin was in Market boro this week, The correct styles In neckwear nt J. E. Fogle" & Co's. New Embroideries and Lace at Dananas, Grapes and Pears at Pate Carson & Co's. Orion is in Louisville delicious. inch nil wool cashmcro, $1.(12 for pattern, 8yds. ItOinch all wool plaid mixtures, $1.92 pattern. lO inch all wool Hondo cfiect", $3.12 pattern. Heautiful Scotch plaids Co to 15c per yurd. Black goods in all the latest weaves from 10c to $1.25 per ynrdi Itroail Cloth in black, navy, brown, tail, green and cardinal fiOiu 75c For trimmings we uro "bowing a nico line of braids, jet, passamentrie, You will find our selections better and silks, satins and velvets. We aro in a poei prices cheaper than our competitors are showing. tion to get closer prices and better styJes. Dr. J. R. Plrtle lost a fine milch nil Autmn shades cow last Sunday, 90c buys a good pair jeans pants at J. E. Fogle & Co's. and instructive political spetches ever dellveifd in Hnrlloid. The house was well filled and with the exception cf an iuteriuption, supposed to have been done by some free silver fanatic, the attention was excellent Mr. Ilindmnu proceeded to compare free silver mil sound money countries and conclusively and to the satisfaction ol all present showed that prosp. rity nlwajs comes toanycour try that had a sound bis-i- s for its currency, ills speech was complimented even by the most rabid ftee silver agitators. Wednesday Buckner spoke here in the interest ol Hindm-man'- s campaign. His speaking had not been extensively advertised, yet he had quite a respectable audience, among whom were quite a number of ladies. His speech was interesting and well received. 9 occn-sionul HOCKER &CO. Cniiwicliintlon l.rnitiie. Rev. Millinery Department Is full and complete ot tho choicest styles that tho market can afford. Wocanfur-ni-h STYLES tho best, PRICKS the lowest is our motto. Biggest and cheapest lino of neatly trimmed hats lrom 75c up. Kailrso aro shown by us, nlso a lino of children's capes nod infant's licnilweor that aro not equaled nny where. So our liue before buying. Next week we will open up one hundred and fifty capes and jackets in all the leading styles and shades. Prices on capes Our jackets will run from 73c to $10.00. There is no doubt from 1.50 to $10.00. but what we can please you. Ye arc headquarters for dry goods, closest prices on ginghams, calico, cotton flannels, table linen, jeans, yarns and everything else in our line. Visit Hartfrc Sample of fashions, - TAIR IK ' 3c proprietors- COMPANY, Ask to see our new fall goods. Cahson & Co. Ging- New Calicoes, new Percals, You rent year niter ytar, and have no farm when you get through. The hams and Sulkolineut Carson &Cos. lnndloid has j our money and the farm For the best attention and a good We ofler you square feed for your horse, patronize .it the end of the year. Oliio River Bottom land, in Uallard Field's Livery Slable. county, one of the best counties in There are two little boys at the Kentucky, on the following reasonacounty poor house who can be adoptble terms: ed by reliable patties. Apply to 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . $700 00 e commissioners. S0.00 Cash All persons knowing themselves to 25 00 year 5jc per acre First Second jear, $1 00 per ncte . 50.00 be indebted to me by note or account Third year, $2 00 per acre,, . 100.00 w ill please call nnd settle same, nnd Fourth year, $2 50 per ncre . 25 00 greatly oblige, D M. IIockeu, CO C C, Fifth jear, $i 00 per ac:c . . 150.00 8 tf Sixth year, $3 00 per, acre . . 200 00 We will receive sealed bids for the Bont Whon you can Own? ... poor-hous- 1 BLv, V Total cost of 50 acres . . . $700.00 This laud produced the past season of 1S96, 80 bushels of com per acre, and 5 acres of Early Rose Potatoes prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bush10 acre3 of Prior els to the acre. Tobacco mnde an average ol 1,200 jonnds to the acre, which brought in the market $5 for faf and lugs; ( ncre ol late cabbage brought $50, sold nt Cairo. Vou can raise twice as much on a good bottom fatm as in the hills, and your land don't wash away or wear out. There has been no drouth in Ballard county this year and crops aie f plendid. They are good every year. We have good farms lor sale on long tlme.at bargains in DavIess.Ohio nnd McLean counties cheaper than We will anyone else will sell ycu exchange any hnu we have for others. 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on per Owensboro romKJuii-iUut$- io ncre. Fo&plat and lurlher p.nticularsN ply7!,. Freeman Little, over Ban V Commerce, or lluyh A. Williams, If erection ot the Almshouse on the county farm until 12m , October 11, For plans and specifications 1897 call on the building committee. C L. Woodward, W. II MAVZV, r Com. 15. W. Foiid Yillow Jiick Killed. Cucarets. Candy cathaitic kills Yellow Jack wherevti they find hjui. No one who takes Cascarets regulnrly nnd systematically is in danger from the dreadful disease. Cascarets kills Yellow fever germs in the bowels nnd prevent newones from breeding. 10c. 10 4t 25c 50c. all druggists. I ' Fur Kale. About one hundred acres cfland, fatm, to be known as the poor-housold at once by otder of Court. Part of it Is timbered. This is part of the poor-hoularm. I P Mokton, 15 P. Nhai,, Corn's 15 W. Foiid, se se E&r,1 mm tail carVy rVnt, A ?? ! ai4J Third Street, Oivensbom, Ky 1 iVfaFly" houie-holH." e, 1 lie T?i. x uuu SI n complimentary ticket to the Muhlenberg County Fair to be held October 12- -5 days. We have rfceivi-- ( N .Nollco. Notice is hereby ulven that certifi cale No. 607 in the Ktniucky Citizens Building-Loa- n A hrc'.ition heretofore issued by the Pietidn 1 uinl Sicretaty of said asociatiun toS C, Taylor, ldht or misnow diceast-dlaid, and hat theui 'c signed Admin Utrators of said ratlin ileceared, will make prool 01 siad c'hiui ior the value lhe Dice ot W. ol said certificate R. Locar., f ol the . h(tbn 1 AM-iti- i Enrliih doctor, "will enough pouon to inlect a JrXiummer-timmore eipec- iallvL diseasAcermj fill the air, multi. tud ire inlctted, fall ill. die multi- tud: escape.V Then meuengeri of miic ef do nottexitt for millions. Why not? iecsmetrty are healthy and itronj protected ai riprocudile It againtt gun- hot. lit It the weaa, the wajtea, me fall thoie who v ho have ntlrcjutlv power o that a mdden cough Jr cold developi into grayer dlieue. We h ar of catching diieaiel Why no catch ealth I We can do it by alw y maintaining our neaitny I weight. an el ilnent tlnn-bllod1 f Huildlnn-Loa- ti Aso-elatio- V, No. 320 Filth sitcet. .Louisville, Ky , on the 15th, day ol October, 1897, nnd all persons are hereby called ou to show cause, II any they be able to show, why said claim shall not be accepted by W. R Logan, Assignee of the Kentucky Citizms Building Loan Association John S Brown am W. S. Brown, Admrs a it A0. '07. &mutaioTV, nf Cnd Jiver JDll I. Ii candemed nourish. menti tbodlor the buildine ud ot the iritem no te tut the attacki o( diieaie. It ihoJIdybe taken in reaionable doici lumincr lone bv all thoie whais weigifyii below the standard ol health. If yoji arc losing ground, try s bottla now, For aala by all drug tUU at jee an J m 11 J. E. Fogle a Co. can fit your purse , Messrs. Ely Bros : I have uted Mr. and Mrs. A P. King, of Kin- - w wcji tut yuur pctsua. Ely's Cream Balm a number ot years derhook, are quite sick Hon. J. S R. Weddine left for and find it works like a charm. It has cured me of the most obstinate Corson Bros, pay the highest mark- Owensboro this morning case ol cold in the head in less than et price for your produce. ' Good twilled Flannel for 15c per 48 hours from the time I felt the cold Patronize Fields' Transfer Line to yard at J. E Fogle & Co's. coming on. I would not be without lrom the Fair gtounds. and Buy your Fall and Winter under- it. Respectlully yours, When you come to town, take your wear at J. E Foge's & Co's. 283 Hart St. Fred'k Fries. horse to Field's Livery stable. Cream Balm is kept by all drugYou are sure to look new in one of gists. Full size 50c. Trial size ro For fresh Groceries of allkinds nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. new hats. . cents. We mall it. RIGHT prices, call nt Pate Bros. Good Canton Flannel from 5c to 10c ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y Rev. J, P. Ulcks and wile visited per yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's.. . friends in Livermore this week. Cotton growers have every reason Mr. G. J. Maple, of Kinderhook, to regard the outlook for the marketPatronize the new grocery nt Gun-thegave us a pleasant call yesterday. ing of their crop as hopeful, despite stand Carson Bros. Proprie-or- s. Old fashioned honesty and new the somewhat discouraging reports fashioned goods at J. E, Fogle & Co's. , of idle cotton mills that come from An infant child of Mr. ''Bud" ElJust received, new assortment of the manufacturing districts. der's bad a congestive chill last The cotton acreage is extremely kid gloves Carson & Co. Thursday. large (at lest 6 per cent above that of We have just restocked on ready- - I last year) and Ih'c general condition Mr. Graham Vreeland, representaCourier-Jounwas in mode Clothing. Carson & Co. ' of the crop is better than a year ago, tive of the town Monday. crop is not Cut away from your old clothes so that a ten million-balS. Glenn, who has been and buy a new suit at J. E. Fogle & among the impossibilities, if the Mrs. Jns. weather continues favorable to its on the sick list for the past several Co's. maturing. But even this unpreceddajs is considerably improved. If you want something nobby in ented crop will not force down the Mr. E. B. Kirby and wife, of near millinery goods, see Mis3 Sarah Colprice to the 11 vc cents that many planPrentis, were the guests of Mr. J. M. lins. ters were compelled to take two years Casebicr and lamily this week. All wool dress goods novelty patago. The world's stock of cotton is We want your trade, and will treat j ters 25c to 50c per yard at Fair & now very low, 'the visible supply Co's. you right. Give us a call. being 1,260,000 bales, while the supCauson Bros Mrs A. McCrocklin and children ply of the corresponding date last Mr. S. M. James has been appointed are visiting relatives in Butler coun- year was 2,472,734 and 2,686,256 two years ago. This shortage, together r at Select. Mr. James is ty this week. with the general revival of business, well qualified nnd will make a good Dr. C. W. Felix, wife aad little will insure the cotton grower a good official. daughter, Olaton, visited relatives in price for his product. Farm News. Mr. Heber Matthews, editor of the towt. this week. Seventy-fiv- e thousand miners reHerald, ncconipinied by his family Mrs. Ambrose Miller and Mrs. sumed work in the bituminous coal nte visiting relatives in Owensboro Mary Liles, ol Beda, gave us a pleasfields of the Central States, nnd the this week. ant call Wednesday. great strike is practically ended who is attending Mr. Gus Riley, Rev. I. T. Casebier will preach at school at South Carrollton, came the Rev. J. S Chandler, who has been Babtist church here Sunday Mornhome to attend the fair Saturday, is ing and at night. pastor in charge of the M. E Church quite sick at his home'near town. South at this place, for the last two We don't want office but we do years, left Thursday for Sharon Dan Htnes, ot Color, 'has a cherry want your trade. Grove, to which place he was recently tree that has the iourth crop ot blosJ. E Focus & Co's. assigned by the Conference. Rev. soms this seasou. The tree has Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Delaney, near Chandler aud family have many grown two crops of ftuit this year. town, are visiting relatives near friends here who wish them much Miss Nettie Rogers, of near Beaver happiness in their new home. Hodgensvillc, LaRue county. Dam, is visiting her brother, Rev. Jo Dr. E. W. Ford is in Louisville The County l'nuiinlcii. B. Rogers, of Mowcaqua, 111. She this week attending the Mississippi will probably be gone till spring. Hartford, Ky., Oct, 6 1897. Valley Medical Association. Editor Repuducan: Owing to Mis. Canie LnPcnt, Miss Myrtle the fact that I feel more than a passA protracted meeting is in progCarter, of Glasgow, and Mr. F.ugene ing interest in the campaign now Carter, of Beaver Dam, visited the ress at Shinkle Chapel church, conbeiug waged in Ohio county, I desire family of County Clerk Hocker this ducted by Rev. W. W. Cook, to submit a few thoughts to your week. Han. C. M. Barnett, who has been readers upon the relative merits of Dr. J. H. White nnd family, ol in Washington, D. C, for the past the county candidates. Charleston, Mo., who have been visi- week returned home Tuesday. In the first place, and aside lrom ting friends and relatives here for We have new Percals, tailor-mad- e the peisonality of the various candisome time, are visiting relatives in Suiting, Ducking and all kinds of dates, before recording our voles, we Louisville. wash dress goods. should stop to consider what it repCarson & Co. resented by each ot the contending Mr. Thomas S. Williams and Miss Mr. D. J. Duncan, of Rockport, forces, Heretofore in Ohio county Jodie Arendell, of Rochester, were will in the near future move to as Republicans, we have had to married in the County Clerks office Greenville, Ky., where he will make deal with an organized Democratic Wednesday morning, Rev. V. M. his future home. party, which at least stood for someTaylor officiating, Rev. Silas Newton, pastor ol the thing, but now we face an entirely Mrs. E. D. Gu fly and daughter, Methodist church here, has arriveu different situation. Miss Mercedes, and Miss Annie Three defeats in Ohio county have and taken charge ot his newly aswho have been visiting the fami- signed work. completely "rattled" the once proud ly of Mr. E. B. Allen, returned to Democracy, and casting principles to We always carry a full and com' their home in Frankfort Tuesday. plete Hue of boys' and men's hats the tour winds they are out simply for spoils or offices. Who would have Everyone desires to keep informed and furnishing good j. thought, only a few years ago, that on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan Carson & Co. James Pendleton Miller, the bitter gold fields. Send ioc: for large ComDeputy Sheriff W. A. Gibson, who pendium of vast information nnd big has been confined to his room for sev- Republican partisan, would ever head the Democratic ticket in Ohio county, color map to Hamilton Pub. Co., Ins eral days, is improving and will be and that without ever going to the dianapolis, Ind, out in a fev days-Mr- . mourner's bench and repenting of his ci:.vjT.imMV.. and Mrs Thomas Maple, of sins, too? But, here we are, and if Mr. George White, a atndent of near town, who have been confined any one will tell us what this aggre. Hartford college, visited his parents to their room fir some time with in- gatlon, headed by Miller, the e here Saturday and Sunday. represents, I will termittent fever, are able to be out publican-Populis- t Mr. Claude Ross and Mr. Eugene again. ngree to vote for the whole mass evStroud are on the sick list. Black, the Hancock county Photographer A. D, Taylor has re- en lor Mrs, A. Lee Bennett and daughter, turned trom Dawson and will be man. Jessie, ot Maduonvtlle, after a short Upon the other haud, the Repub and pleimnt visit to friends and rela- found in his gallery here in person lican ticket, composed, as it is, of tives here, returned to their home last every Monday and at Beaver Dam clean, honest men, stands for well deSaturday accompanied by j. Jake the balance of the week. fined principles, enunciated by a Na and wile Bennett Hon. J, G. Bailey, Republican nom- tional Convention, carried out by ReInfant child of J. II. Keykendol is inee tor Clerk of the Court ol Ap- publican statesmen nnd which, otter reported as sick, but not daugerous. peals, and Hou. Jo A. Parker, Popu- tour years ot hard times and low Mr. Lewis James, of Point Pleasant, list candidate foi the same office, will prices under Democratic rule, has was here on business Saturday. jointly discuss the political issues of and is bringing to this country the Mrs. Ida bishop, wife of Capt. Rol-greatest prosperity it has ever known. the day at Hartford nest Tuesday. Bishop, of Bowling Green, visited Voters, you are asked todlscud the the family of II, H, Davis last week, United States Senator W. I, Deboe nominees of a party with such a recof Cromwell, paid will address the voters of Ohio counMrs. Ed lames, ord, the administration of which lids a visit to relatives here last week and ty in Hartford in the near future. never yet brought "ant nnd starva on to Point Pleasant, then went We are not apprised of theexact date, tloti to a single citizen, and vote for Rev, Richardson filled his regular which will be giveu in due time, and a number ol men, who represent appointment here the first Sunday of it i3 useless to predict that he will no well defined set ot principles and this mouth. He gave a good and in- have a good audience. simply formed an who have teresting eei mon and our people here office seeking trust and have watered should do their best to hold him up Marriage Hceuse since our last rethe stock until it is not worth onn in his noble efforts to buil the church port; Ches. M. Crowe to Myrtle cent on the dollar, politically, and and this society up, Now fathers, Chandler; Thos. S. Williams to Jodie this conglomeration formed for this to Mattic mothers and all why not have a good Arendell: John J. Hill Daugherty A. to trip only, is led by n man who has Matthews; Calvin Sunday school here. We have chil- America Ronels; John Z Smith to sought office at the hands of no lejs dren under our control, end shall we Rllla A, Brown; I, M, Ashby to Eva than three political parties in Ohio see them grow up iguorant of Gods Cleaver; J. R. Kissinger to Martha A. county.' Wlio knows what his politLuclnda-Ctowder- , will be two years ical complexion work, or shall we organ iz a Sunday Litsey; R. M. Wright to hence, even if he should be elected School nnd have the good word and ? The mission of Hood's Sarsaparllla County Judge I shall have something work in this beautiful town, Study Next week this subject setioiisly and then let us is to cure disease, and thousands of to fay about the candid ies lor ths make a united tflott to have our chil- testimonials prove it fulfills its mis county offices, as individuals A RvrunucAN. sionwell. Rnx. dren tii fchool very soim '1 r's al, e Post-masteTo-bi- n, ex-RH 1 Brooklyn. N. Y., Dec 19, 1896. Hartford, Oct. 4. The colored citizens of Ohio county met at the Court House and organized an Emancipation League for the purpose of commemorating that event in the history ol the race which taken place on the 22 day cf Sept., 1863 The following named persons were elected to office: Rev. G W. Drain, President; Geo. Nail, Vice President; J. W. White, Secretary; D. Hines, Assistant Secretary; W. W. Phipps, Treasurer. An advesrory board of five were elected of the following named pers sons: Robert Lawrence, J W. .White, Calvin Barrett, J. Crumpton, D. Hines. A county committee was elected, one man from each school district and 4 men lrom the county nt large. The following are the committee: John Acton, Galon Taylor, Jessie Baker, G W. Thompson, William Thompson, N. Coleman, Wm. Baltz- ell, B. Coleman, J. D. Taylor, J. Shultz, E. W. Hines, B Bennett, C. .Taylor, N. D. Jackson. s A committee on and constitution was appointed as follows: J. W. White, J. D. Walker, P. A. Gary, John Phipps, J. Crumpton. A motion prevailed that a call be made through the Hartford Republican and Beaver Dam Gleaner to the colored women of Ohio county to meet in mass convention to organize an Auxiliary League of the colored women. The meeting to be held on Saturday alter the colored teachers Institute. G. W. Drain, Ch'n'm. J. W. White, Sec'y. N.IIAI.f.llOUNi:. Whtttiughill conducted a series of meetings in a tent near this place recently otid at the close a United Babtist church was organized with sixty-thrmembers, and a church will be built at once at the forks of Smallhouse and South Carrolton roads. Mr. S, T Hunter went to Hartford Monday to have his wheat screened. Mr. Clayton Woodward, wile and daughter, Miss Gussic, of Center-tow- n, were the guests of Mr. W. T. Howell nnd wife Saturday and Sunee day. Rev. Edgar Maddox i3 the called pai tor of the new organization. He will hold services in the Echcol-houuntil the new church Is completed. Miss Mattie Durham, of Illinois, is the guest of lriends near here. Mr. Bud Hill and Miss Mattie Matthews will be matried at the bride's) home today at 4 p. m. We wish them much pleasure, as they are energetic and deserving young se people. Mr. Mack Ashby and Miss Joe Cleaver were married Thursday. Rev. Richardson and wife of Ceral-vwere the guests of Mr. Wm. II. Hunter yesterday. Mr. Hunter, whose illnes we have previously mentioned, is no better, Mrs. Matilda Matthews, who has been so dangerously ill through the past week, of throat trouble, is convalescent. Miss Gerdie Reld returned Sunday from a visit to relatives In South Carrolton. A lot of doctors over in London have come to the conclusion that it is exceedingly injurious to the human family to eat and they have sent out a note of warning against what they call this deadly practice. It is very evident that the corn meal that these gentlemen have been tinkering with, is not the pure Kentucky article. They have pers baps never smelled the aroma, or had their palates regaled by the delightful "hoe cake" or "Jonnniecake" that was made by some good Kentucky housewife. Of the pleasures to be derived and the benefits resulting trom eating a real good old fashioned oven pone, of corn bread, or a skillet-bake- d pone of these men are as ignorant as a hog is of delicacies of Ice cream. Why, corn bread is the stall of life in the Old Commonwealth. It has made the muscle nnd the brawn of the best and bravest people ou the face ol the earth. It has fed the brain ol the greatest states men and orators ot the world. It furnishes the beauty and the peach glow that adorns the cheeks ot the lovely women of our State. It is the Kentucky corn bread that makes our men the most gallant, and our women )he most beautiful that the sun ever shlned upon. We would ten times over rather be poisoned to death on our Kentucky com bread, than to be starved to death on English plum pudding. The balance of the world may get seated over the result of their in vestigations and the vaporings ot the London doctors, bnt wben you get a true Kcntucklan to forget his then will it be near the time for all earthly things to disolve into the air Patrick Henry exclaimed "Give me liberty, or give nit: death. "The Kentuckian .exclaims equally as vocilerously, "Give me corn bread or I starve." Hustler. corn-bteaegg-breacorn-brea- Another Car Load. "Horse Shoe" Raw Bone came in this morning. Can supply all orders promptly. Hooker B.M.W & Co. OOLLEY. M.D. OPIUM "" Atlanta, and milker Habits lo. cured at home Book of particulars aent FUZE. Tbfflco Id N. ITjor St. Subscribe for The Republican and keep up with the times. itrnieniber. It would seem well if the Ametican people could keep in mind the four yeats of business prostration, indus trial destruction and individual suf fering which followed the free trade policy ot President Cleveland, nnd the free silver agitation by the Democratic leaders in and out of Congress Then the dancer ot a recurrence of the causes which produced such wide spread disaster would be avoided and profited by n lesson so arduously learned, we would be proof against such economic and financial mistakes in the future. Unfortunately it seems a part ot human nature, while forgetting the unpleasant things ot lile, to forget alike the troubles and errors ol judgment which caused them. The memory of the evils which had their source under the administration of President Cleveland ought to endure at least for a half a century, and by that time most of us will have rested from our labors Primarily they resulted from the repeal ol the McKlnley tariff, for the financial panics, business depression and industrial stagnation which lollowed were due to that event and brought about that condition of restlessness which nursed the free silver fallacy to the danger point. To the credit ol President Cleveland he was always sound nnd sensible on the silver question, nnd a respectable minority of the Democratic party, when the test cirae, stood firm in fin The majority vor of honest money of the Democrats, however rem lined consistent to the past record of their leaders, as shown by their votes in Congress and declarations in puty conventions aud stood by the free silver Declarations nt the Chicago platform These things shouli not be forgot-toand should teach sound money Democrats that the policy of the Re publican party in rezard the tariff and finance is the only safe insurance for business revival and sound currency, and should inspire Republicans to renewed olTut to sustain the party which has so bravely fought fjr protection and defended the country against the attacts of thoie who, through depreciated silver, fiat inon cunency, would in ey and wild-caugurate universal bankruptcy and national dishonor These are matt ters ot local as well as national im pottance and the silverltts of this state should begin to understand that the good men of this country propose to consider them in the coming election Ex. at Mrs. Kate Etter OF MI830UFII, It Cured of Hjart Dlseata by Dr. New Heart Cure, Mll.a' W4Bm -- PJeEH lprW0 ETTEU wroto from Ha, In March last. "Two ago 1 was aaroroly troubled years with my atomach unit ktJnoya, and a groat aflllctlun to unnerved mo that my condition bocamo alarming. Tho telegraph brought a prominent phyalclan In a consultation which rraulted In no benefit. I went to Wyoming tor changa of cllmato without Deneut, waa urougnt back to Atchison where nurse worked with ma night and day to keep ma allvo to reach my friends hero. My heart I became to bad that my jSJetf rreeuuiaia I friends T gave up all buiran taktnff hnnri. Dr. Miles' Heart Ouro and Netlno alter nately and was restored to neaun. u months tlnco and I am perfectly well." Dr. Miles' Romedles are sold by all drug. gUts under a positive guarantee, first bottla benefits or money refunded. Hook on Heart and Nerve cent free to all applicant. UK. MILES MUDIUAIiCO-- . Elkhart, Ib4 MRS. KATE iHCiui Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOMiR 8, 1897. this lender should be recognized by the Insvnsn legal tender, or a, Bitfllclcnt tender In law on the confind only Governor 0. "As the present lamentable condition hence-fott- h Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-inpti'tof the representative money of the to btite through the piper that LEGAL TENDER. nnd lor nil time he was n Rim world has been brought about by the Sccrolnryof State CbiulerFinlcy. indulgence In the Intoxication of legal publican, nnd that he wrs going to WE ARH ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB Atliirnej General W. S. Taylor. FJCCLUSIV USE OF THE WORD "OASTORIA," AND Many Wrongs tender laws the remedy seems most vote that ticket. Mr Jones lias been It Is Roapona'blo for Auditor-Sam- uel it. Stone. naturally to be the repeal of the legal " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. Dono in Llbortv's Nnmo. a lite long Demi crut, nnd voted Inst Sestlon, bad Uste, coated MeSt' lender laws, the gradual redemption of Tn usurer Gen. W. Long. In- 14 He said tongue, sick headache,- I'llls WLJf , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, the supeilliious representative money l.i I lor Drj.'in ntul Scvctl (Jmniuieeiotier ol Auriuiiltitr H"r WT omnia, cto. Hood's 1 1 II Attempt (11 .Mnkp Unriiiinl lliinnl betnnd the substitution of odicr nnd he tnld tiiimhtr I Kt publicans who cure constipation nnd all Its Stntiatus Ltrtn nnil tieiil'tiro was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo In lln .Name .Money In Dcljimrd nnil ter forms of uonlegal tender reprcscnta-tlv- e All druggists, pi. dieted better times niter 'heetco resuHs.easllyatid thoroughly, ssc.1iwell, Mass. Moore. 1'rltHlc C'lintrncla Arc Impalreil If 6n cvery mency to supplj the plnoc of the that has borne and docs now rreparcd by 0. I. Hood & Co , Public ltistructifni-GLeunl Tender l.nir Were llepcnleil present legal tender stuff so far ns It Is t on ol MoKtnley, tli t tf prosperity Tho only rills to take with Hood's SarsaparlUa. tlio IIiihIiicsi World Would Uncllnly wrapper. M. Davison. bear the facsimile signature of returned under n gold that tlie Ileal nuil Moil Contenlciit needed, Lain) Oilice Clips. 0. "In nccord'incc with the principles he would renounce his allegiance to Jllonei' I'rec Oolnnxe at Tito or This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been 'I lie VVnrU Milil roillllllie. lU'viiolil. .More Money .Metals Would He Safo hfreln enunciated n sound monetary the Democratic party nnd vote the over thirty Eternal vUllance is the price of iii8ttriuico Bureau Com misslnticr-- D used in the homes of tho Mothers of America Without n I.ckoI Tender llntlo s.vstem will provide for the free coinage Utlli of l'lnl Alone- l'rccnted In a of gold. It mnj nlso prov Ide for the free Republican ticket. He siyshesecs liberty." Some optimistic ProtecW. Coiniugorc. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is years. lloob Just Out. coinage of silver and any other metals and feels that tho Republic ins hive tionists nre prone to frtget tlii-- in tl c Adjutant General D U Collier. the hind you have always bought that business men may actually wish to redeemed their pie lge nu J that he Is dijs ol victory nnd to telax their cf-- f Stiito Librarian Mrs. Mary Hrown erTTS"- on A simple, clear, found and strong use ns standards, but not nt nny legal now with Day. wrap them." and has the its in spiea 1 g brorlcist the presentation of the money question Is tender ratio between the metals. Knch It UMtOAl) COMMISSlnNKItS. djcttlns oi Pro ectioi. The experimode by Charles II. Swan, Jr., lnallttlo metal will simply be stamped, under one lias authority jrom me to use my namo exper, t'ntiirrli nnil .Miiliirln. .Inn C. Wood, chairman; J. F. book entitled "Monetary Problems ami perfectly distinct names for the pieces, People who nre or have been affect- ence of 1892 should be n nevtr to e cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is Sccrctnry Ileforms." It Is tho last number of ns to weight and quality nnd left to f jrgottou lesson to them. The victo- I)emp?ey, II. S. Irwin. Putnam's "Questions of the Day Series." pass for Its own market value, po that ed by catarrh are most subject to ry Samuel F. Drown. President. ol 188S, the passage of the McKin The explirntion is ,&, The author believes that legal tender on a contract the only legally sufficient chronic malaria (2 C0N(lItC8I0NAI.. March S, 1S97. ley law in 1890, nnd, nlove nil. the laws arc n great curse and arc respon- discharge or tender shall be the metal this: Malaria Is n genu disease. Senators Hon. W illiatn C. Lindsible for most of our monetary eslls. named In contract. If. then, business Germs find their wny into the blood tmrvelnus pio.pi-'itof 1891 and lie makes a good case. Ills arguments men see fit to draw their contracts gen- through the mucous me uhr.ints are 1S92 led tnat.y op'.iu.iats to think that say. Hon. W. J. Debnp. 'Representative Fourth District arc well calculated to upset not only erally for one metnl in preference to Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting healthy the germs cm rot enter the the country had been won to ProtecHon. D. H. Smith. sixteen to ono ideas, but all belief lit another, no one can find fault, and exa cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you elections o' forever. But the isting debts, which have been made on blood. This is why s.oie people do tion favor of flat or cheap money. This beSTATE l.K(lISI,ArUllK. ing the heart of his discussion, uc quote. the faith nnd credit of the gsld dollar not get malarli. nut it the mem1S92 taught them diPercitly, audit (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the inSenntor Hon. A, I). Jumes. amthe following extracts from the chap- - of 51.22 grains of fine gold, will be branes nre affected by citirrh, even should have tsught ever) body that Uppropcntntlvo Ohio County Utiii. does not know. gredients of which even governters on Fiat Money and Legal Tender: ply protected. In order that the victory lor Protection, no amount C. M.- - Damett. "From an economic point of slew ment may not seem to throw Its Influ- slightly, ttt m ilnna gsrim find eisy no of prosperity resulting from pitman-cu- t, there can be no difference between an ence for the use of either metal in par- access into'the blood. OHIO E obligation to deliver what happens to ticular It may be well to provide that unless constant efloit is made to Pe-r- u SIGNATURE OF BEAS THE is the reuiede. It not onm CIllCUIT COUKT. the government will receive both metbe a medium of cj.change.afid an obligaprinciple of Protection nnd ly destroys malaria germs but eo res keep the Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-bortion otdcJlvcr sotno other article. In als lndlcrhnlnately for their market stores the mucous membranes to the history of it:i benefits to this cither cent the selection has been values at the time of receipt." Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney health, that 110 more genus can find country always before the eople. made by the agreement of the parties, MEXICO'S SILVER 'SEE-SAnnd the obligation is as to a certain is the the most The Free.Tradnsare organized nnd Otvensboro. entrance. Pe quantity of a certain thing. It is thus An Mlvor mid l Wnito Co lloviu reliable remedy lor chronic malaria. active, aud must be constantlv opposT. II. Dloek, Jailer -- Hnrtfonl. Prior nnd lleiitn lo 1'p. that we may say that in economic conG. D. Likens, Clerk Hiirtlotil. mid activity. by eradicating the germs ed by organizition Donnelly nt Nuevo It cures templation any obligation to deliver D. I). Ilingo, Master Commissioner Until the New York Reform Club, from the system. specified goods Isadcbt. It would seem tarcdo, Mexico, reports to the departHartford. ment of state: "I have the lienor tore-por- t the New Kngkind FreeTradi Leigue, that tho obligation made by the agreeSend for Dr. Hartman's litest book G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fuml a marked rise In the price of all ment of the parties should be adhered orgnnizitions disband, Send free by The Drug Man and all siml'ar Hnrtfonl. only by the agreement of tho parties. commodities In Mexico as the result of Till until all opposition to the American Cal. P. Iveown, Sheriff-Hertf- ord. the recent fall in the price of silver. ufacturing Co , Columbus, Ohio. would seem further that the obligaIt silenced, the battle must be Deputies Samuel Keown Hortfonl system is tion should not be altered indirectly Ivc Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. II. changing the definition of terms usdl ' "Business is everywhere reviving, waged and the doctrine of Protection in the agreement. Nor should the fact the furnaces have again leen lighted, must be unceasingly taught Only Hiehop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, that the law looks on a debt for money the forges are flaming, the factories in this way cin n Protective Tariff be Cromwell. in a different light from the way In Court convenes first Monday in are running. We see clouds of smoke made permanent which It looks on a debt for other goods March aud August and coiitiiiuesthre'e by day and piliats ,tf fire by night." make any difference ns to impairing the weeks, ami third .Monday in .May and obligation. Tlefij- Senator Foraker. November two weeks. tie i:niu "It is nevertheless true that no desetiry lipitue FOR COUNTY COtUlT. THJJIt. potic power of government in disregaid cf The new administration decs not John P. Morton. Judge Hnrtfonl. of property has been oftener or more KVEKV mc inhere t find any necessity for selling bom's D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. Dili You I.ver universally employed than this power HVKItY family on E. P. Nenl, Attorney-Hartfor- d. of tampering with contracts, and that, t keep up the gold reserve. The Try Klectric Bitters as.n remedy for KVKItY (mm, iu Court convenes first Monday too, not only by governments, profesamount cf gold in the Treasury sinie jour troubles? If not. get a bottle sedly despotic, but even by those claimKVEUY villnge, 111 This medicine each month. Mafh 4 has been greater than nt any now and get relief ing to be actuated by the principles of UAuri:m.Y couut. IiVKUY atute nml Territory. time in many years, and is" now ovir has been laund to be peculiarly 'fr?i3-gorwV- Tr justice and liberty. Becins on the thin! Monday in relief nnd cuie of all January, April, July and October. adapted to the $145,000,000. "Ihese, then, are tho three wajs of debasing the standard coin of a country Female Complaints, exerting n wonI'OK lMucati.m, couut or CI. v IMS ' either to reduce the weight of the 'i)iiipnril TiNtliiiony. in giving derful dinct influ-nc- e rOUXolile Mntihood, Convenes first Monday in January, piece and make the reduced piece a Chas 15. Hood, Broker and Manustrength and tone to the orgtns. If and Tuesday after the second Monday This was to be expected of Imported I'OKTrtio Woniniilif oil. legal tender for the old piece, or to coin, Agent, Columbus, Ohio, you have Ioss of Appetite, Constipain October. the same pieces as before, but decree goods, but domestic products nnd even facturer's no that each shall be a legal tender on ex- rents have risen. There have been in certifies that Dr. King's New Discov tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or G. OTIIEK COUNTY OrTtfTIW. IT gives nil t iportntit uewa of tho Nnlion. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur " isting contracts for more than its old corresponding advances, however, its ery has no equal as a Cough remedy. are Nervou-- Sleeples-s1 1' pive i' I Excitable, orinnt ucwb ol tlio V '). or salaries. Labor stajs on name implied, or to coin pieces of the I lRivcb the J. D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hote', Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Springs. oat reltalilo market ropi silver basis." N. C. Daniel, Apscsor Cron,e same weight as beiorc, but of a reduced Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifes that he was Spells. Electric Bitters is the nwdt tiiilli 'tit ami instructive editortnlf. IT Z. H. Shultz, School Stipt. Hurt-lor- d. ilneness and to make them legal tenIncoiiNlntcncle of Mliorltca. IT give fntciimtini.' short storits cine jounced Health d strength cured of a Cough of two years standder with the old. However, it is not at Senator Teller and by its use Fifty IT i'ive? an unexcelled ugricultutal ilepnrtment. all unusual to find that when one of Bland arc out with statements saying ing, caused by I.a Grippe, by Dr nre guaranteed at J. H Williams L. W. Hunt, Corouer Sulphur nnd and meclmtiical iiitormution. It a5these methods is cmplojed In a scheme that the high price of wheat is due to King's New DiiCovtiy.B F Merrill, cents Stoie.$1 00 Springs. Drug ITyivt-illustrated latliiun nrticlte. of debasement tho others are also asshort crops abroad. After telling us for Baldwinsville, Poorliotise C. II. Campbell, Mass., ta)s that he IT givet) humorous illiiBtrntiotig. sociated w Ith it. Debasement, properly jeais that in some strange way the Keeper, Hartford. J rivi.sctiti-rtuioiiien- t speaking, refers simply to applying tho prices on silver nnd wheat were Unhid has ustd r.nd recommended it and to)oung nnil old. JUSTICES' CPUJTi T gives Kitii'ac'ioii everwhi-rold nam: to a lesser amount of metal, together so that they could not get for never knew il fiil and would rather to oeiyhoilv. A. S. Aui.i. March 3, Jutio I, Sepand in older to effect an impairing of apart they now express surprise that have it thvi any doctou. because it Wftfuiiil.n I'll!-- : UlirUHLICAN ami NKW YOItK WEKKLY tember J, December 1. contract rights nust be nccompanied anybody should think that the rise oi always cuies Mrs Hemming, 222 Tot Infants and Children. Jost D. Wh.8j March G, June 5, TKIIJUNE, both pupetf by a legal tender law, for otherwise wheat had anything to do with the stiR.25th St , Chicago, always keeis September 4, Decembt-- 4. would not receive the smaller ver question. creditors Tie fis- It!. C. L. WooiiWAiui-Mnr- oh Iiei coins for more than their market value According to these eminent silver it at hand and has no tear of Croup, eriry metal, but the act of debaseof wheat because it instantly relieves statesmen, when the price as stamped Free vtipitl. June 11, September 10, Di cumber 10 e ment is so universally poisoned with goes down It is because of the "crimeof Trials Bottles at I H. Williams Druj Jas. A. Bowi id March 20 June AiHrcfrs nil onlcrH to tlio the term degoes up it is be1S73;" but when it 19. September IK, December 18. this legal tender law that basement is generally used to cover cause of the law of supply and demand. Store, B. F. GltWKH Mnrcti 2"), June both operations. They say truly that if the whole world 20, September tM, December, 24. "The method above described for has big ci ops of wheat next jear the A Look Ahead. price will go down. Why, then, charge tampering with the raonej ofacountiy Wtiu nn iinme and address on u pobtr.l caul, send it to Geo. V. Dm ONE OF TWO WAYS. national cunency sjstem is still it to silver? And why not npply the In Our highly unsatisfactory condition, namely, to debate the coins in w eight, i. Tn'mne llni!diii;, New- - York City, nnd sample copy olTHK a silsame law of supply and demand to fineness or nomenclature nnd apply leM-.VUKK Wl4l'.KI,Y iKIllUMiulll tO)0U and all fi lends of monetary reform ver to account for so phenomenally low gal tender laws Is so barefaced and tor i tit Tle Madder should unite in bringing their Influence price? Increased production and de a fraud that It is almost upon congress next winter to naiiielj. : i.opi.icU tor Hit I universally denounced, and It Is of late creased demand have lowered the price to bear li.ili'e to uiine. nnd iih mic'.i it is of silver just as certainly as decreased secuic some positive constiuctlve legisyears seldom used by a civilized governvot t l ore f an) fiirm of production and Increased demand have lation to cure the evils which they all ment. There is, however, another methThe fitM a is Ircm nu. tvo recognle ns existing. Whatever measraised the price of wheat. od by which the same nefarious end 1 lit prrff-c- t "dion ol the ure Is brought forward to simplify the r-can be attained under the plausible pre3 1 I wny is Irom Ilcforin It Jtovr. paper circulation, to foitlfy the gold text of 'regulating the value of money,' KIV'S CKEAM BALM lenponltlTecare. A period of real or apparent prosper staiulnid, upon which nllourpapcrund tieatmt nt id otbi r dm-nApply Into the noetrlle. It Is quickly absorbed. SO ns If money needed any other regulaity is the one in which to demand curIssues, rest, and to Impiovo our centa at Drnegteta or by mall ; eamplee 10c by mall. cutri' cu'oi: tion than to be let alone to find its ow n rency reform. In hard times the peo- silver Unlit althv uiHie lrm unhi-.i'tlnut lonnl banking system by nuthorlzlug ELY DltOTUBRS, M Wanca fit., New Tort City. market level. This idea of regulating ple will not take kindly to that reform, bruiit'li banks and giving the feature of ln!ne.s is ihechKl c u? ol li1ni(Vr the value of money has its enthusiastic and the cranks crowd to the front with elasticity to bunk circulation, will be like the So the aoiuIi trMiMcs Woo cin thin 1( yr u rc-ciiavo ndvoeates In all couutriesof the present quack remedies which are too credulous r iome mrnDi bladder, whs cicattd lor one pnipoM;, pretty sure to be antagonized by all the Wanled-- An tblnif to patent? day nnd has permeated to Individuals Tour 1dtut tbev mar ly regarded. forces of cheap money silver PrntfctJOHN WKDDEKUUItN A brlnir ou Tenlth.. nnd tl not I'octoitd tro much is no: motley CO .Patent Write in all classes of society. It is based on Cuueney reform Is the next duty and men ns well as paper flutists. WaftbiDffton. I). C, for their il.fiu) prtio offer liable to enln"s. or dici.'e isi-ip- t the idea that the order of the governad Hit of two biindrftil Inventions wtoirtl, necessity. On this question I believe parties will Pa inrrecatcs It is situated li.ick ol ment, the flat of law, gives money it The time to ngltate for It Is now. and wry close to the li'ii'ldt-r- , the make their next national struggle. On basic value. It is therefore callcdi the Brooklyn l'agle. nny pin, dipen'e ot inconvn will be governcne side the platform doctrine of flatlsm, and money that Is Note Heads, Letter Heads, ment paper money nnd plenty oflll to ictce nianile.sttdlii the kilne) S hack The Plot Thlckena. lalnted with this Idea Is called flat bladder or uunnr) is otten Hill Heads, Statements, The horrible plot of tho sound money sthnplntc business nnd start a new era money. On the other side it attributed to fluule by iui.it.ike, men to ruin the country by putting up of speculation. legal tender law, however, "A Diisluess Cards, Circulars, F--2 eakt.ess of uumb ttouhle ot some which makes less an equivalent for the prices of farm products still goei will be that all paper currency should" e--: be Issued by sound banks undergovern-men- t sort The error tstisilv tnadr nnd on. Lnrhnore (X. D.) Pioneer. more takes no account of any man's" F.O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Visiting Cards, Dodgcr?,s nnd Its amount supervision, may te ns easily avoldtd. To find 2 to fulfill his contracts, but vvitli ability . Wedding Invitatious, Horse Bills, "Libjr has again been called to re- should depend on business needs, which 531 West Markot Street Bo-- out cortectly, set your urine neide f ir one fell swoop strikes a horizontal retwenty lour hour; .1 .sediment or duction of debts for nil alike und Is In munerative employment, nnd in the vary from month to month, with the twnen 5th and 6th, 1'ies.cription Wanks, lack llillf. check on overissues by the bankers tlfnu indicates kidmy or blir'd. effect n universal bankrupt act. When homes where want nnd penury were themselves to nvold Insolvency. t trouble The mild an I the rxtr.tor it Is said, ns sometimes Is, that a legal The fight between sound and unsound dinnry ifitct ol Ur Kilmir'.s Swamp tender law Is necessnry to avoid bank- felt theit-- is again the happiness that J , Root, nnd the great kidni-yand hind, ruptcy, such n law Is In reality rot nn comes from indubious labor, nnd the money theoiles will ben hard one, and II )ou der irmedy is soon realized first-clas- s escape from bankruptcy, but the most promise cf ji enty that follow! upon the wrong side may win nt first, with R I.. BAKER much rcsultlngcal.imlty to our business need a medicine you should have the emphntlc confession of bankruptcy, ' Cr.URKs: AND Senator Foraker ct Interests, but I do not sec how the conbest At dtugfst.s filty cmts nnd "Among the wrong done In liberty's employment k3 T O BAKER. ft. test enn be avoldtd. We must retire the Burton, O one dollar You ma) have n simple name legal tender must hold n promi2 greenbacks, and we must haven better bottle nnd pimphltt, both t ent Itte by nent place. It seems to be almost a . system ofuank Issues beftnr weennget THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE mail Mention the Martiokd Ki: mania to rush to legal tender in nny lrnpi-rll- ' (limitfii III loIllli-i- . our current affairs upon a rnfe basis. rt'DLiCAN nnd .send )oiir nrldrchs t" public crlsjs. At the very time when A reunrkable instance cfuBrjun It seems to me that the tlrst duty of Dr. KilniT & Ci., nitii;hanituii, N business confidence Is most needed the g hung Tiouble.s find Consumption enn Y The proprietors ol thin most deadly blow is struck nt that con- follower's iccognilion ol the ttttirn cf the friends of eoiinil money In piepar-Into make the contest that seems Inevbe cttrfil. prosperit i repotted in the Colum fidence. ciiarnutcc the tuuincness of this of itable Is to continue the process of eduler. "Again, the lawmakers may believe ps cating the nubile mind, which was bethat there Is not enough of one metal An Htnincut New York Chemf'st nnd o gun last venr. K. V. Smalley, In srrj&zsrs to supply the needs of trade and so may - OiT-- r Tliiics-IleralScientist M.ikes n FrnEXCURSION think It nccessnry to make two metnls TICKETS B to our Readers. legal lender at n fled ratio. If the govI'licim- When! ('onilrnlor. VIA THR ernment simply stamps coins of both In 1890, when wheat scored such big inetuK that is n perfectly hnrmless ' The dictiitcuislied New York CIiphi' ndwinccs, just before the national elecSUFFERING. nnd business men can use tion, many farmers wvre Hiisplcloua hx, T. A, Slicitm, ditiion'irititi.' In-TO TIIK either or both, ns they find convenient, The Iti ublicati and tlio Lottisvillo Commercial. . . .81.25 that the ndvanccn were a part of u great discover) ol n leli b'e aid "Thousands of l"it If tlio) ilo not find both convenient Wall fctlect goldbug scheme to beat cure for Consumption (I'u'ni'-nnrwomen are ' l.fiO nml Soin'fWcekl) .. that Is the very best reason In the world Brjan mil tilvei. Now t lint a presi- Ttiberculosif)ind all brorclii il.llitodt, troubled at whv the undeslred metnl should not be 1.75 anil monthly intertuborn dential election Is three j ears off these lung nnd iliest disnsis, forced upon them, The desire, then, to vals with paiii3 citarrhil nff ctiun., get-- r same fnrmeii will seiarevly credit tho 1.3G Introduce a new kind of mono), connuil Now York Trihuno. . .. iu the head, loss of present vcij high price of wheot to the decline and weiknet-9ltiriiHtionrii Iixposition trary to the convcnlerceof thchutlncM back, breasts, will Ad " nml Louisville Dally Post 2 70 same gang of toutplintors. They know ard conditions nl wistinii world. Is not a legitimate desire shoulilers.bides that wheat Is selling for a dollar be- sendT tRKIU'XIiR nQTI'LUS (II "A debt In economic contemplation hips and limbs. Ins Nnv Olscoverv to :ntv cause It Is actually woith a dollar In But they need is an obligation by eontrirt for the the maikets of the world not simply a nfll cted tender f 1 IU! Kiti'unt m.N not suffer. delivery of specified gnnd llieobll-falle5KilRSiTiS Fri the itbove orendun ticktts will dollar such as we might have vmiihu fr'r them These pains nre symptoms of r s,,t,t h tt'e Mincii.1 Central 'in-iarises by agreement of the par-ticaraiigcnJiirAi'l.'wi.siwtfgr!asP3gaiagsocaiajrj Ills "New S. leniO.' Treatii'ert" had Ihynii been elected, but a dangerous derangements that 11 n nnd the nrllele to be delivered Is dt tuns tates nnd bv , can be corrected. dollar worth par In nny civilized has en ml thinis.imls prm-inTl- l menThe named by them. Is nnj thing more iinix, lie ling h tirktt on sile strual function should operate he coiihii'ers it a dm country. it.sthii'U u ', o needed? if Smith has contracted po d to teitiru until NoveiuLer g painlessly. The farmer w ho still holds his wheat, Rinmle tin f'usioiial duly deliver 100 pounds of butter 10 Jones, Mid mi1 ml nn HclM.s h sing limit ns most do, Is not sorry that II Is worth hiiui ii's m d nuttiial id Ins iu 7 does Smith need an act of legal tender fif en ila n nnd evtn 11 gold Instead of a silver dollar. Nor bull dt cute. to tell him wlmt lie must deliver? Is it tieki-lIiiin'Ics Hnd S3 Is lie losluir much slccn'ovcr tlio verv dtvelops new tvoi i'm'! h'hi e ch w iai ui'li limit of ence te not perfictly obsloui. thin a dellveiy (I low price of lher. lie falls to oce tins deis and tins uk l rheoiist, intitiH-l- y 1 litU'dasMif of what is named In the contiaot. Is the tiili'ii dais I', r toil putt u,irs an Fame Intimate connection between the xpetiiiininir tor e,ir, h is pr makes menstruation painless, evident and only fulfillment of the contl, ahull ul tlii'llli'Vi- - al'plii-- s (torn prices of silver and wheat which he dined teMlU n,s bemficid i lliliiiani aud regular. It puts the delitract? Tim principle dots not change KHilrond hiHtion in once liiuglned he saw, nnd the whole tv Cjii 1i churned h iny modern )our with the Iliinoii Cintrnl Knil cate menstrual organs in condiIf the contract culls fur a lertaln quan-lit- ', COH&TIPATIOH free 1! er delusion has lost Its charms. Ht'iHH III- - n.sstiliiin that lutigtrntib tion to do their work properly. of metal. If Smith uam.ontr.iact-ti- l root, call on or mldi jour neaieM Ami that stops all this pain. may not tell nil of his neighbors il eoniiii')tiiin are curable In Mn&ZRtowwMm-iwmrm'XTlie to deliver n certain wrlght of silver K 10 ALL Why will any woman suffer right away whut he thinks, but he will nnj clt na'e is pioven by ' heartfelt rdlriMt! Ticket A.'ent W mSku a aH n B I Ztm B Ik fl TX of a lertaln quality, Is nut that amount DRUGGISTS t month after mouth when Wine 25 SO keep thinking. Ilyron W. Holt, lifer f jiMtitude.'Tiltd inliisAmer W'M Muhkay, Uiv I'ahS Agent, of silver Hit) full nnd nn!, piiformnuee of Cardui will relieve her? It ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED laborntorles in Sgft&gXS lean arid O111 It make any difof the costs Ji.oo at the drug store. WnniH-d-nvr- r Sliver ArKiimenta, Ne ! .L ud Lockltt Tree. id. KTI lillNO liKMI.UV (0.. (hlco, Jlontrnt. Can., orMn lock. lit.) thottat"M lioin those cuied in fill Js-- v Oilemis ference If .Smith nnd .lone bj language Why don't you get u bottle With the ililng tide of prosperity l'.ifs. Agent, A SCOTT, t)lv they both iiiideistnnil huve (Milled this contradicting nil of Mr. Brian's the- p tits ul the wi'rld Metuphl, ledicit HNpuls corce'e lljat bronFor advice, in cases requiring tirtaln quantity of silver by the name ories, nnd with the great flood of gold HniUleii'M Irulra Sulvo. chial, chest and lun; troubles lead to 100 quodiV' The performance or fulspecial directions, nddress, givA. II Hansov o v a , Chicago. that Is Kiiirlng Into the markets of the Coi.&uii ptton, which, uninterrupted, The Bi st Salve In the woild for ing symptoms, "The Ladies W A KRt.i.oNti A a t'.A , Louisville. Cum, Utilises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt fillment of the conn net (odellvergomls TRUSTWORTHY AND world from Aluskn, from Colorado, Advisory Department," The Is the deliver of the very goods sped-flrd- ; gtitltiiitn or ladies to from Ctah mid from South Africa, the mimic sjnw') nndcenituin death. M. Kheiiui, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Chattanooga Mullclue Co., A Slocinii I or Nulp i nothing ihnre, nothing less. A .siniii ectnbllshed 'or mp slher fad nppeurs to be doomed to un Chattauooga, Teun, Han s, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all iontllly $6$ do culllclent tender on such contract Is A desirable luim ol one hundred in Kiptui-kearly death It will ha idly survive an- C , ;S I'm- strut. New York, giving d positively cures h Skin Eruptions, tin- performnnte curried a far as It may post illce nnd express address, aud s Ke. l'.tsl ii n Heady other year. In Ohio, Kentucky und Mil. ROZENA LEWIS, hltcs s tun ted ntnr Hartford, well Piles, or no pay required. It is lie without the acceptance of the perol Oeniilllt, Tiiai, win fcill uddressed I'.'i'c dtcd Iowa the democratic) and populist ora- the free meliritie will be promptly v itered u good Oicheil, two bundled guaiantecd to give perfect satisfaction enn- "Iwn troubled In monttilt Intervals it formance by the eridpor. Wliut this sent Sufleicrs should instant ad van Iwsring tiees, good buildings. aud iu n 1. tor already find it hard to get audiences olth terrible paint iiseipe The Dominion mi rietd and back, or money refundf i. Price 25 cents si'illetent tender Is Is then fore pointed but hut been entlrtli relleiid bi Wins 6 8( to listen to a repetition of their old, tnge of his generous proposition o pin y, De(it. W. Chicago, goivl community. For luither par & ol Cirdul." by the terms of the ooumict which Doctor that you saw tlculars call at this oflke at once, tf per box. For sale by Williams I'lease tell the warmed-ove- r silver arguments of last I'll.. !3'iyr. dcslgnutc the performance Thr tender his oiler in the 'ar, William lliaillcy. i. tract." bia. Adair county, Spectator, ns follows: "Mr. C. C. Jones yesterday came to the Spsctitor office nnJ nsked us Causes fully half the sicklies In the world. II retain Jie digested food too long In th bow el and produces biliousness, torrid liver, InJI- - Constipation General Diroctory. STATR Ol'l'lCIALS. AN OPEN Hood's I t To MOTHERS. LETTER vz$Z7ZZ for 11 IS mi C&iVfrfflZZuk 1 w signature of tA&Z'4c'Ute ? - "' C&K&. Do Not Be Deceived. he countT "The Kind You Have Always Bought" FAC-SIMIL- n. ru-i- Consul-Gener- a Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. OASTORIA. m& i ilia tiiit, $3JK lir , 1 1 a-- asa CASTORIA J 1 r " ONE YEAR iuc5L"vsL3-c.- HAHTFOiiD UKPrLI('AN, IMMII.-Mif- ii itr.e, 'is cnil m-- f :ai!Ls wis Do you want any PRINTING? do, Idea Attor-ceyt- ready to your orders forar.y thing r vo in that line. We print USTII HOTEL ps'ne m m a id m 1 uisv.He In fact everything that you want and printed. All work Write or call at lowest price for estimates i J-- ppr Chi-tng- IE REPUBLICAN. jEaCenrttorca., E3Ly. Our Clubbing Rates. mrier-.Tournal.Semi-Weekl- y Glohe-Deniocr- , Illinois (Jen. l.. Q. . TKNNItSSKE CENTENNIAL 1 ... , aw-.i- , I dlfli-reiit)- nt s, mI 100-ce- nt r 11 11 - Mill-im- BhSfido - 11 ' iittint 1 Siw CATriABf ic h con-nrc'i- 11 feCURE - Iiun-pea- ttd WNH?n iHS-e11 - 11 - .90t -