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HliyWtmKWHmii VJwMmj-w3-- W1 Tr-ir--T- J mfi r p fj f - -- - t wpfT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1895 NO 46 ADVERTISING IS THE POWEH THAT TURNS BUSINESS TO YOUR STORE APPLY IT AND WATCH RESULTS t THE MONEY QUESTION ANOTHER GOLDBUG MOLISHED CLAIM DE- Â¬ Should tho commodity desired bo gold itsolf tho situation is in no senso altered The principlo is tho same Even gold coin is but n commodity in every country except that whoso stamp it Â¬ ns in Europe a number of smnll countries Ho closo together nnd tho piano of living of tho pooplo of nil such countries is alxmt tho Name espe cially if travel between thorn is very general tho utility of what may bo termed nn international money is much moro obvious than under other und di Â¬ rectly opposite condlt fous Â¬ bears Where citizen nnd citizen r Prosperity cannot come from injustice Lot our Hoplo among themselves havo just weights nud measures let tho for Â¬ eigners havo such woights nnd measures Thoso who mnko con ns they ploase tiactswith f orolgners may uso any scales provided for by tho contract But why should not our own iicoplo among them Â¬ selves uso scales that aro perfectly equi Â¬ table What injury or Injustice cau hap pen to nuy ono by such u courso Â¬ do meter i out between OBSERVER Gives a Fow Points About His Trip To Hardins- burg Red Hot Facts CARPETS TAPESTRY VELVETS John P Jones 111 It May Do as Much for You all woor Sonltor Jones on Forolgn Trado The Ratio of Exchango Is In Proportion to tho Purchasing Powor Â¬ of the Units of the Monoy Each Country In THE OBJECT OF MONEY tx i Jr iectlygood Tho advocates of tho gold standard lay great stress upon tho necessity of our money being as good ns tho money of any othor country Yot wo know that with it given amount of gold wo can buy twico as much labor in England and tlireo times ns much on tho continent of Europe as we can in this country How then can any comparison whatover bo mado bo tween tho moneys of tho respective countries and is it not absurd to talk about tho monoy of this country being kept ns good ns tho money of nny other country Tho valno of monoy in nny country is based on its purchasing power in tho Any country of its coinage or issuo person in ono country who wants tho money of nnothor country can buy and must buy that money with such goods as ho may havo nnd at such rates tut it can bo got for measured by the products of that country If n man nbroad wants to buy some particular product in tho United States ho will purchase tho money of the Unit- Â¬ ed States with that of his own country nnd with onr monoy ho or his agent will buy niul pay for tho product of which ho is in need In other words ho will buy a bill of exchango on tho Unit- Â¬ ed States Tho very purposo of n bill of exchnugo is ns it wero to transmuto tho money of ono country into that of an- Â¬ other As to nny two countries tho inouoy of eithor will to tho full oxtont of tho oxport trado of that country buy on absolutely cquitablo terms tho monoy of tho other country of no mat- Â¬ ter what material tho monoy of either may bo composed Tho ratio of tho two moneys in exchango will of course bo proportioned to tho purchasing power of tho units of tho two in thoir respective countries This rulo holds good no matter how poor n country may be Even in tho caso of bankrupt governments it holds per- Â¬ r Vor instauco tho money of Turkey whoso bonds aro worth littlo or nothing is as good in London ns in Turkoy tip tY to tho limit nt which English merchants havo to pay for goods which thoy hnYo bought from Turkoy minus of course u small perccntago for exchango nnd charges ns in tho enso of tho money of nny other country Or again suppose there wero in Lon don n sum in Japancso yens equivalent to 10000000 and that 40000000 yards of Japancso silk wero importod nt C shillings a yard That monoy would pay for thorn and after deducting a small chargo for exchange would al- Â¬ though not legal tender ill England have in London nil tho vnluo it had in Japan Tho money of this country will like Â¬ wise on terms nbsolutoly cquitablo buy tho monoy of nny othor country to tho extent of oar exports Should thcro bo nn excess of importations from gold us ing countries over oxportntious to such countries thero would bo a small pro mlnm on exchango Theso nro matters for adjustment bo tween exohaugo dealers nnd thoso who Without foresight Bond goods horo from abroad to bo sold in our market or who living horo buy nbroad moro than can bo paid for by tho exports of our own country Losses of oxchango should not bo mudo to fafl on nil our pooplo but only on thoso who wo responsible for them Any country that has n ualauco of trndo iu its favor can always to ad Â¬ vantage got so much of the money of any other country ns it may need Want of Purity No Obstacle to Foreign Â¬ Trailfl Tho absonco of n parity betweou tho monoys of nations does not alloc t thoir foroign trado ns Bomo would havo us boliovo I challenge nuy gold standard porsou to point to nn authority of ro puto on political economy who anywhere tjj i protends to assort that nny nation hav Â¬ ing money othor than gold is or cau bo injuriously affected in its business or other rolntioiis by nny varianco iu what Tho is called tho parity of moneys monoy of this country whether gold silver or papor will always command will always purchase upon cquitablo terms tho money of nny other country with which wo havo commercial rela- Â¬ tions whether thoso relations bo direct Â¬ ly with itself or through othor countries Bunk of England notes will nt any time and nt cquitablo rates of oxchango buy tio monoy of nuy other country with which England has oomiuerclal re Â¬ lations direct or indirect Why Not bocanso they nro puyublo iu gold but 1chuso thoy will command commodities object Groat tJh money Britain Tho ultimate to pur is to commaud goods of Money is nn order cliase commodities for goods Iu th country of its ooijmgo or fsww r guidon as Adam Smith says order for bin nothiuK moro than uu neighbor Â¬ goods oh all tradesmen iu tho Any form of monoy that will hood eowMftml commodities iu Great Britaiu chu therefore iu any souutry of th world be exchanged ut equitable rates lor the monoy of other countries beÂ¬ ounee almost all countries have com mercial relation with ktttt Britain -- no way dependent upon other countries for tho supply of its need but hns with Â¬ in itself every eloment necessary to tho supply of nil tho wnnts of its peoplo but nbovo nil whero tho spirit of freedom and independence prevails to a degreo DUKES no neces Â¬ unknown elsowhoro thero sity whatover for a money system cor Â¬ K Everybody is glad to sco Wednesday responding with thnt of nny other coun- Â¬ come u unngs mo itkwo try On tho contrary when tho situation Mr Finley Burnett went to Daviess comes to bo carefully analyzed many county Saturday yes he did Â¬ reasons will appear why it would bo bet Mrs John Job neon and children were tor for such n country not to havo n finan cial sybtcm to correspond with that of tho guests of Mrs James Lay Thursday Mr John K Johnson nnd Mr Martin other countries If money bo necessary at nil it is nec Jarboewentto Hawesville Tuesday on essary all tho time Whatover tho vol- business ume of monoy may be that quantity is Mr Win Rowland wife and children needed overy day and every hour of tho of Daviess county nro visiting relatives day Thero is no circumstanco of busi ness or reason of tho year iu which it is at Dukes Mrs John K Johnson and Mrs Har- Â¬ uot necessary that tho volumo should bo steady Tho equities of nil contracts do riett Burnett wero visiting Mrs Marin Roberts Tuesday jiend upon it In transactions requiting deferred payment jnstico is impossiblo Mr Wm Tindle jr and Mr Hank unless tho money volume increases with Probusof Sterretts bottoniwero visiting increnre of population and demand It at Dukes Thursday is as tnnv iso thereforo for the peoplo of a If an old man knew as much as some country to permit their money to bo tak- Â¬ they do how en away in any material quantity as it of the young men think would bo to permit tho agricultural im this old globe would whirl If you wero to abstract all tho conceit plement i employed iu tho country to bo taken n ray when they wero needed for from some people the remains would bo tho operations of agrioultmc indeed it invisible to tho naked eye would bo mote objectionable nnd injuri Mrs Lou Jnrboe Mrs Frances Jarboe ous to talto tho money than tho agricul and littlo daughter Nannie wero visit- Â¬ tho reason de tural implements because ing Mrs Martha Burnett Tuesday manding the nso of agricultural imple A wet silk handkerchief tied without ments is short whllo tho season for monoy is tho entire year and overy day folding over the face is n complete se- Â¬ curity against suffocation from smoke of the year Tho advocates of tho gold standard Health is generally very good in this lay great stress upon tho fact that 05 locality Several cases of love sick some per cent A3 they call it of tho business very serious though Madam rumor of tho world is transacted now witli thinks all will recover cheeks drafts notes and bills of ex Miss Faunie Harris Mrs Alice Powers chaugo Ninoty flvopcrcentof the busi Â¬ Mrs kLaura Burnett her two children ness thoy regard nnd rightfully regard ns n very lurgo percentage but when we and Mrs Rebecca Tindle wero tho guests show that 05 per cent of our business is of Mrs Sarah Jiurnett of Dukes Tuesdomestic business is a business between day our own peoplo themsolve nnd not bo Sunday School was organized nt tho tween our own peoplo and foreigners JTresbyterian church Sundiy May li then tho 5 per cent dono with foreigners with good attendance John Duke becomes of enormous importanco while secretary tho 05 per cent dono between our own superintendent James Harris Leteyerybody take a part and let us peoplo is a matter of no couscqnenco have a good school for it is much need- Â¬ whatover Suppoae Contracts Were Mario Not In ed here Terms of Money but Wheat Mrs Kate Wheatloy died Friday at Snpposo tho peoplo of tho United 12 oclock She had been sick for a long States iu nil thoir dealings foroign and time No one knows how she suffered domestic should mako thoir contracts until God in Ills great mercy paid it is for payment not iu dollars but in pounds enough come home Her remains were of wheat Suppose the foreigners insist Â¬ taken to Knotsville and buried iu tho ed that iu theso transaction tho Americans should uso tho system of scales nnd Catholic cemetery After nearly two weeks of gloomy dls woights that wero used abroad And suppose wo found nftcr nwhilo that acagreeablo weather wo aro having some cording to tho foreign system tho specific warm sunshine and gentle showers which gravity of tho pound weight was con are staiting the crops that had almost stantly and wrongfully increasing Snp to a stand still to growing again poso that upou this discovery objection couio Wheat harvest has been set back at wns made by mnny Americans to mak ing payment according to this foroign least one week on account of the cold What would bo thought of weather The prospeel at present is standard othor Amoricans who should noisily in- favorable for nn extra yield of wheat In sist that payment should bo mado to this commuulty theso foreigners according to tho pound If there is not something dono for tho which was constantly increasing in mud holu at the foot of the rock ou Pat Â¬ weight although they know or could right soon by somebody readily ascertain that this increaso of tersons hill tho peoplo of Hancock county will have weight was surreptitious olaudestino to go to Hawesville or some othor place and fraudulent Snpposo tho payments to have been with their produce unless Breckenridgo made however acoordiug to tho inter county will furnish transfer wagons to pretation placed upou tho contract by take our truck from tho mud hole to those noisy Americans many of whom Glovcrport There Is no way to get regarded themselves ns citizons of tho around it its shameful to allow so bad a world rather than of tho United States long as that has nnd that nil foreigners decliued to enter place on a road and so obligations except upou tho been there and on a road too that is into further understanding thnt Americans making traveled as much as that road is foroign oontrnots should uso theso for Â¬ The black gum tree stands close by the door oign scalos nud weights Vory wolh It bn itood there probably a century or more What injustice could thoro bo in lotting pleaiant hade of the blaok gum tree such of our citizens ns insisted on mak Â¬ Oh thowe hare unboiomed our hearts hir When ou thoso terms ing foroign contracts and me carry out their contracts according to Our hopei and our Joyi we hare told to each other thoir agreement lotting each man indi Â¬ vidually pay his indebtedness to tho for Â¬ At on our journey Id the future we travel to- gether eigner according to tho terms and under Â¬ The blrdi logins their meet longi In the contract and according standing of tho brioches above to tho scales nud woights of tho foreign Increase In our hearts that passion called lore country and me talk But what objection coo Id thoro bo to While we alt and thade herthe blaok gua treo of In that pleaiant peo Â¬ permitting nil tho remainder of tho ple of tho United States conducting their Buoklens Arnica Salve business ntnong themselves according to The Best Saivk In tho world for Cute tho scales mid weghts which were tho Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRlioumFever standard in tho United States scales HnndsChllblalns and weilf liyv Moh exact yisllce may Sores TetterChnpped Corns nnd ail Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ U liable to great functional disturb Â¬ faction or money refuuded Price 25 ance through sym- cents per box For salo by A R Fisher TvHniula notliv or Indigestion often Coffined Memoir caiuo It to palpi- Â¬ tate In a dUtreaalng Digging up a cofllu in order to obtain way nervous nw tratlon Debility and memoirs of the first Napoleon hardly Imnoverbhed Blood seems necessary nowadays Thnt was alio cauee IU too done though it is said for those of rapid pulsations Plaimt do la Fnye his orderly officer Many Uinaa Spinal AITaptlona causa it His which wero rccontly published to labor unduly Sufferers from such Nerv Â¬ widow hod only threo copies of the mem Â¬ ous Atfectloaa often imagine themselves the oirs printed nud deposited one in her Victims of organic heart dkeaae husbands cofllu after linvlug it ex AM NERVOUS DISEASES as Pa humed with great trouble When she ilUpsy f ralyrin locomotor Ataxia died sbo left directions that tho book ou iToetratlon Nervous Debility Neural should bo printed from tho othor two gla Melancholia and Kindred ADmesta are copies but ns they could not bo found fteated a a specialty with great For tho executors wero obliged to tako ont by the Staff of the lnvalUr Hotel rampMot Reference and Particulars en and open tltu coffin again aud it is from oloee 10 cents la stamps for pottage that cupy that ha book was printed Address Worms Diwjkbabt Mmkul Psris Y Ajmooutkw Buffalo The lVMlilon of tlie Unltrtl Ntnttt Whero n country is of continental proportions nnd Ecparntcd by thousands of miles of broad ocean from another coun Â¬ try possessing n certain character of money whero also tho manners nnd cus toms of tho people altogether differ and tho level of life for iim masses is much higher whero instead of 4000000 or 5000000 or oven 20000000 or U0 000000 of inhabitant tlm country hns 70000000 where too a country is in Â¬ Â¬ writes Mr Fred Miller of Irving ho hnd n Severe Kidney troublo for many yenrs with severo pains hi his back nnd nlso that his bladder was affect Â¬ ed He tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago he began uso of Elec- Â¬ tric Bitters nnd found relief at once Electric Bitters is especially adapted to euro of nil Kidney nnd Liver troubles nnd often gives nlmost Instant relief One trial will piovo our statement At A Prlco only 50c for largo bottle It Fishers drug store During tho Last Court Homo Also Some MILES AHEAD And Still Shoveling on Coal Never havo the people to thoroughly realized THE ADVAN TAGES of S T MOORE COS PEERLESS SYSTEM of doing business People used to think themselves poor before thoy would resort credit but now thoy drive up in carriages they come on bicycles nnd drop off street cars BED ROOM HUNDREDS OF VARIETY IN EVERY WOOD IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS that News of His Own MOQUETTES BODY BRUSSELS WILTONS In stylo and pattern the latest MATTINGS CHINA JAPANESE WHITE KNAMLED AND GOLD CANT SEE AS CARLISLE DOES DINING ROOM CHAIRS SIDEBOARDS CHINA CLOSETS TABLES t J f EniTon Nfws Your scribe has just returned from a very pleasant visit to your county seat Court was in session with Judge McUcath presiding and quite busy Court had well advanced with t I X corroN warp INLAID Any prico or stylo you want PARLOR SUITS IN OAK BIRCH MAHOGANY The Great Manufacturers Agents congratulate themselves with pardonable prido as they con- Â¬ template the grent change they havo wrought in the peoples FUHNHTRK and CARPET BUYING It is nothing remark able It is being accommodating only plain common decency Good honest accommodation never cost a discreet person n dollar Get that framed aud hang It up where you can sco it It is tho biggest lump of truth you ever slipped on these public benefactors do not get excited or slip off tho sidewalk thoy just simply tell you a great big truth The simplest and easiest way to buy CARPETS FURNI Â¬ is lo go to HEAEQUARTERS JEFFERSON TURE ETC THROUGH TO GREEN AVE BET FOURTH AND FIFTH Look LOUISVILLE KY where freight cosU you nothing them right in tho face and tell them what you want to buy how and when you want to pay for it then there Is not a wagon big enough except tho World Mover that will hold all you want to buy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the regular docket I met quite a num ber of the members of the bar Ilnr dinsburg has several lawyers of ability Hon Dave Murray of Cloverport Hon James Lewis of Brandenburg Kywcre conspicuous among the lu y council There was some Important cases tried this court among them otie from tliis hurg I refr to tho suit brought by Eskridge and Board for L A Madcu againtt Col Lafo Green for damages to tin amount of 3000 Madcn re Â¬ ceived nn injury w hllo at work in Greens saw mill last March for which he prayed for the sum above named The Jury finding for the Defendant Tho suit created considerable interest in tho community Among tho many speeches made by tho lawyers during tho present session none perhaps was moro noticeable for its logic and charms than tho ono made by our old and tiue friend Judge Nick Mircer in a caso of an at Â¬ Judge Mercer Is n tempted ejection very forciblo speaker and as it lawyer is to be ranked among tho very first at the Hnrdtnsburg bar It is a notorious fact that while he may not bo as successful in walking a sycamore log as some others ho is a good lawyer Wo wero very sorry to learn of tho serious illness of Miss Bessie Beard daughter of Mr Frank Beard Miss Bessie is off at school at Bowling Green Ky Ilcr father was called to her bed side several da s ngo also Mrs Percy Beard her sister-in-lais with her We hope to hear of her convalesence very soon Judge Virgil Bahbage the model Sunday School Superintendent presided at the hearing of an important caso during the present session of the court I need not ndd that ho presided with dignity he i3 a judge to tho manor born dipt J J Tilford runs tho train on tho Hnrdinsburg Falls Rond ns only Tilford can do it nlwayscourteous it is pleasant to ride on Capt Ti fords train Our young and handsome agent nt tho Fulls Mr Sum Morgan not only makes a popular agent for the railroad company but lie makes a good Sunday School Superintendent and wo havo n flourish Â¬ ing Sunday School at the Fads under his management Sam is very popular with tho youtig ladies Our young and handsome friend Mr John Ray of tho Pump Factory is considered a catch but John is so shy O so shy but somo think that he is uot wholly impervious to the charms of tho ladies hcre about We had a vory interesting marriage at our church in this place on tho evenlug of the 10th nt tho closo of Dr Lambuths discourse at tho regular Sabbath evenings service Mr Mark Notinghatn and Miss Jauia Bryant approached tho altar at- Â¬ tended by Mr Sam Morgan nnd Miss Jennie Davison and Mr lflfo Bcacham and Miss Belle Davison aud wero united in holy wedlock by a beautiful and ap propriate ceremony pronounced by the pastor in the presence of a very largo collection of friends and neighbors Tho good women had decorated the church profusely iu advance Tho brido of tho occasiou looked ever so nice and Mr Mark was at his very best Our young people are marrying off right fast Dr Lauibuth has married flyo couple within the last few months at the church nnd parsonage here Tho enterprising firm of L Green Sou is doing a good business notwith Â¬ standing the complaint of hard times Messrs Tho gentlemanly salesmen IVytou and Storms are very popular There aro no moro aflible gentlemen than Frauk Peyton and Ben Storms neither very handsomo but if their wives think Quite a dele- Â¬ so why It is all the same gation from this place relumed home yesterday from the county seat where thoy had been attending court for some Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SITTING ROOM COUCHES SOFA BEDS BED LOUNGES SETTEES overy kind LACE CURTAINS NOTTINGHAM IRISH POINT BRUSSELS t t ElC J Many Styles of Upholstery RUGS MOQUETTE ORIENTAL ART SQUARES Great variety sizi patterns ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS NET AND DRAPERIES In silk and plain figured EMBROIDERED SWISS and KITCHEN STOVES RANGES FREIGHT PAID 200 MILES QUEENSWARE CUTLERY TINWARE is STMoore Co tiiito eVCVPCHOAY ft VVVVVHHHMtHVVVVVVVVVVVl1 we V vino moiicenirnnu i locaitd Hotel In tho city Wat My Poor Boy is Dtad Is truth stranger thau fiction Read the story of that lone and aged widow on tho border of Indiana and contrast it witli tho masterpiece of Shakespeare Ophelia after a torrlhlo interviow with the man whom she loved and who loved her Is represented as saying O whit a noblo mlnJ li here ocrthrown The courtlori soldier ichslard oyo tonguo a word The eipectanoy and rose of the fulr elite The glass of fashion and the mold cf form The observod of ill observer- s- iulto quite down And I of ladles most deject and wretched That sucked tho honey of hit raualo vows Now teo that noble and most sovereign loason Llko snict bells jnngted out uf tune and i iniiNsnw WANAOCR Tj5 S IF -- oui syille Ky CENTS harsh That unmatched furm and feature of blown youth O Woo is inn I Blasted with ecstasy To have icon what I have sctn sco what see I 1 This is the porhction of literary art No fiction has gone beyond this in tho sublimo and effective expression or grief over the madness or death of a loved ono This is fiction in its highest de- Â¬ velopment Monday night swift riders volunteered to carry to tho mother of Secretaiy GrcBhuui tho news of the hopeless ill noss of her son At 10 oclock at night their coming disturbed tho lone widow who divined tho purport of their mis- Â¬ Wot is dead I My sion but too well poor boy is dead moaned the stricken mother It was not literally true but it was substantially so Tho expectancy nnd roso of the fair State was beyond human aid and a few hours later was dead To tho rest of tho world Walter Q Greshani was the soldier jurist states- Â¬ man to a few the cherished friend To my his mother he wns simply Wat The courtiers soldiers poor boy scholars eye tongue sword wore noth ing to her but her poor boy Wat was A nation was about to everything mourn tho loss of a gifted and gallant citizen tho mother was simply mourning tho loss of her boy She hnd fed him from her bosom alio had borno him In her arms sho had taught him the lessons of morality and patriotism sho had seen him rise to honor and to fame she had prayed for him by the lonely hearthstone whllo ho exposed his life to tho iron hull of battle had nursed him douhtlefs when sorely wounded had seen him nso from higher to high Â¬ er till he Uecame on fortunes erownng slue Â¬ Â¬ Way I COINS Weve More Financial School everybody Steam On the about currency To Double tho Sales we Take nnd It Is a book for sires to know facts who de You See Its This ONLY A Remarkable Book fiance the Short Road Prices closer than ever Marvellous values There Is no Quicker way than Â¬ IF YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold IK YOU that WANT TO KNOW KEA1D IT Silver NOTE OUR PRICES All About 10 pes Crash a good thing for the prico II YOU WANT TO KNOW only 3e woith anywhere Cc Ono lot of wool filling Challie nice All About Currency patterns and good quality worth 20c to go quick at 10c Ono case moro of thoso fine French II YOU WANT TO KNOW Ginghams desirablo patterns at only 7c What Causes the theso goods aro worth 12 12 pes Cotton Cliallies assorted patHard Times terns at tho unheard of prico of ic goods are worth 10c LO dcz ladies ribbed Vests at Cc It is a book for tho people and will 10 at 71c givo them more correct information 50 pes of Hoosler Cotton loft you can about come and get it as long as it lasts at old IRIE-A-- IT IT ILSJLX Â¬ HAD IT fWWk sfflik IP WumZM days Mr Carlisles speeches on the money qucstlou which is agitating the good peo- Â¬ ple of the country so-- much of late are being read by our people aud they aro making many converts from the free silver parly Mr Carlisle certainly is ono of our great men and he thinks at least that ho has found the remedy fir our grievances but some if us are a little The pillar of a peoples hope Â¬ ltr Yet to her ho was uot the military leader not tho eminent juiist not tho great Secretary jhe wasslmply Wat my poor boy The heart that is callous to tho rhet torie of 8hakespeare is moved by this There is something touch of nature strange In the gilef of a mother over the death of a son whom tho world already regards us an old man It seems a sort Incredulous upon tho subject of the orditiary courso of people are encouraged to believe of a reversal Our nature but on that account all the more now that the weather has turned warm pathetic The wall of the grief stricken again that wo may get rid of the cos Wat goes to tho universal heart mopolitian worm Success to the News widow my poor boy touches all thut is human much happiness for Its Klitors and It Is Rachel weeping for In mankind OlWKnVKR It is tho cry of mother Â¬ lie children hood over the grave of tho son who is Cry for forever Wnt my poor boy Courier Journal prico 3Jc Ono cose of ladies black Seamless IIoso only 10c per pair or 3 pair for -- 5c great Â¬ est value wo over hnd A ladies slip- Â¬ We etill havo all sizes per pntont tip all solid nlco goods at only 50c par pair See our assortment of ladies slippers at Tho greatest values we 75c and 100 ovor oflered Ono more lot of those nice suits worth 19 to sell them quicker wo oiler them at A good Cottonade Pant at 10c f Our OSu shoo for Gents Laco or Congress you will not duplicate anywhere for twice tho monoy Gold Silver aa Currency Thau will bo found in any book on political economy It is bo plain and simplo that any ono can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn the professional man the farmer nud the laboring man It was writ- Â¬ Â¬ Carpets and OU Cloths at lowest prices A bg line of Straw Matting at 10 15 20 and 2ic A bright N O sugar 3 lbs for a Silver dollar Your patronago will bo appreciated The Great Bargain Store ten in tho interest of each of them Whether Republican Democrat or Populist every man who votes should read It nK SUIIK TO CAM OR SKNl IOlt IT IT WILL COST YOU IOSTIAH Only 25 Cents Jno D Cabbage KY Geo Yeakel Go OLOVERrORT BRANDENBURG KY PENNYROYAL Children Pitchers Castrla Do you want window shades We lUMtwi wMuttnla your Ufifvtttis f ttoM rjriM Bvf arioufcuw i have some that are slightly soiled They AMI Umm wKfc A AtoM MHIMIM MIAtUM aro mounted on spring rollers The best linen cloth wo aro closing them out for 50 and 75 renU a pulr formerly For sale by OHAS C MARTIN wrnt from 60 to f 100 A rare bargain Now is your opportunity bo Ufa advan PiMiUUDrMfUt CiOVKrXrORT KY tage J I KAVUUdK Window Shades A imcHM moathlT axaUclM for UJlM tha la NttuN Mul Wafer uwiuetoe WAFERS riuU rlalw rap Â¬ Smmmtr Breckenridgi Jit Si V vWHMiMfWVW W 2 ae MR News J Prat rlatrt L H W OOI II Q QHjapKJaHIOqiS HBiWS GLOVifiOf BRANDENBURG Itnjovid Hip PrMnn roiipondrnt Ye Mni Inev Â¬ letter ruin itable HuevtM are a huiiiw f einlh m comment but fashion like liutllie if lav Â¬ ished on ono hand deals pparlugly on for Instance another The bound The most unique observation that Inn i cached mu mi tho latter stylo was fiotn a Beau Bruninud of this city He Ut Â¬ terly denounces tho present head gear nnd wild ltlsonlyn Brandenburg tt I toitaiuly it Is not fiiuid ulsewhiro very complimentary t our inillini n for originality lea lug out Paris and New York City Jell Ditto head Is just about level after all Ho paid lam n Democrat Im going to support the nominees I am for nt Hardin for Governor and Buckncr for Senator currency afiairs left dear out G II Casper k goes one stronger and dt clans Im for the noiiii uee of my party if it is a yellow dog aud a staunch Democrat Gives us some mora etalwnrt tenacious mlvornt s of the tltno honoted party Dr John Hardin says Oh I you have io party you are all broken to pieces well sweep you moro than wo did last November Well Dr I hopo you are a false prophet but we can not blame or censure you for such accusations and predictions The Republicans aro like teachers when it comes to love for their principles and patty They fall to solve the warbling of tho opposite parly but they nro not grieved over it expecting another land AVlio will be responsible for It slide Childrens Day services at the Mith odist church South last Sabbath at ten oclock It was a grand success in every particular Each and uvery child in the infant class performed his or her part with credit Tho older ones rellcted as much credit by thejr recitations Mrs D W Lewis presided at the organ and it is useless to add tho rendition of the selections was beautifully aud soulful Mr Win Mclntyro delivered the introductory address Messrs D W Lewis James BiekersUfF and I W Ashcraft assisted ably in tho choir Tho banners in each division wero tastefully aud apToo much can not propriately designed be said in praise of tho Adjutant of tho MIhs Lula Lewis who for occasion nl and enthusiasm ran not bo excelled when enlisted under His Kingdom Mrs S C Malin Mrs Dr Hardin and Mrs Ginnic Phillips were indefatigablo workers for the day from start to finish Every Â¬ body should feel rewarded for His Holy Name has again hen gloriVed people f All druemintioM hare again fwm bled to pay homage and contribute to tho advancement of His cause hero ou Tho pulpit was u pyramid of earth Atnighl tinderthusupervisioi flowers of Mrs S C Malin as lady nianairrr the Juvenile Missionary hand held mnit interesting exercises The program wos in tho hands of Miss Bessie Lewis as President and was well nnnounccd Now members were called for when Miss Lula Woolfolk enlisted Tho Society won golden opinions from everyone present A liberal collection waa taken both morning aud evening Miss Daisy Mclntyro had tho organ aud proved her- Â¬ self equal to the position Brother Hal ton mado excellent encouraging remarks A happy day has bscn enjoyed aud ono long to be remembered TiuNsruits Mary O McFarland to Wm F Bryant and M C Huff one lot In Brandenburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KY I HARDINSBURG TIME TADLE WIST MB 0 P BUSHS REPLY TO THE 0 Bailiff EdiWrs WEDNESDAY Juno 5 Tear Bulictlptloa Fflot 1100 If Paid t the End of thi Ttar 1895 In Pantnger Dally arr llardlnaburgUilI pm Adtnc Paaaenger Mr and Mix Gondii wero m last week Mrs J L Malin has joined her hus Â¬ band at Vino Grove where they will re Â¬ fUiWb U lllJi SJLiVll figjteSgBBBSS r QUESTION THINKS MR CARLISLE RIGHT To the June Louisviuk KniToit hk tiik Bi fTKKxrtttxii Nkwb In jour idituiinl ill the Inst issue Sics of your paper you refer to tho fact that I paid your voucher In silver dollars while Secretary Carlisle paid the credi Â¬ tors of the Government in tho gold coin which they demand d nnd Bcemto lnfr thiit this makes me a man of greater courage nud ability than Mr Carlisle At tho lisk ol destroying your Uttering opinion of me I will show why Mr Car lisle could not pay tho Governments creditors in silver as I did you It is known to all men except the editor of the Oaeiibboro Messenger that si vi r in tho form of dollars is a full h gal tiiuhr for nil debts where no aprtiflu contract to tho contrary exists and in pacing you in silver 1 meroly exireiced tho option which tho law al lows any cithii and hence you could mako no legal ohj ction to my action With Mr Carlisle it was vastly dlfier- cut Ho holds a high public position in which ho is pledged to maintain the faith aud credit of thoGoverumont and in the absence of nny law whatever it was his duly to piy all obligations in such money as tho holder demanded It is now admitted by all that the panic from which wo are just emerging waa caused by a widespread belief at homo nud abroad that tho Government of tho United States would not bo able to main- Â¬ tain all its forms of cunency nt par and if the mere fear of this result could do so much damage no ono ran estimate tho disaster which would have overwhelmed tho nation had Mr Carlisle announced tho Inability of the Government to re Â¬ deem its promises to keep every kind of currency as good as gold I bellovo that In thu absenco of any statue Mr Carlisle would have main Â¬ tained tho public credit but In order to mitigate your harsh opinion of him I will inform you that ho was controlled by law and had no option in tho matter Tho Sherman Act of 1890 specifically de Â¬ clares that it in tho established policy of the United States to maintain tho two metals on u parity with each other this poition of the Sherman law has never been repralid aud so is as biaul Ky 1 Fine Goods bought Can be sold T Herndon of Ackron Ohio has bean quite sick but is now able to Republicans of Brockenridge To The Miss Alloy Witt Is visiting in Meade sit up County Miss Jen Hardin is attending protract Â¬ county Balject to he decision of bo Republican ed services being held nt Baptist church Contention I offer myielf candidate for the Strictly cash or its equtvelant is my Irvington office of Hepreientattra If the Ktpubltcant rule T C Lewis Drcckenridge dealre ino to rapreaent tbll of Mrs C C Fulrlelgh lias returned from county In the next Leglalature I will hold Tho Literary Society closed out at tho n visit to her daughter Mrs Radley of mjiclf under obligation to thtin fortbebosor college building last Saturday night and will try to fill the office If elected with lllabethtown filled tho Rev Lusk of Clovcrporl credit to myielf and thejieople of injr inattro I havo received tin excellent photo of ciunty Baptist pulpit hero last Sunday at 11 a lUinectfulIy my old friend Sirs Paul of Gibsonvllle CIIAS ULANFOUD Ohio Sho looks quite her benevolent RsJudgo Mercer wont to Otvcnsboro last kind self and I appreciate the gift Monday to attend tho United States Is there any authentic record of hotter Court or colder weather for May than that of Mrs W J Piggott returned last Satur Â¬ the past month I notice many pros 1rAciiKi ami unteriuelons nrc rio Wlint a ureal state is day from an extended visit to fi lends In tration which is unusual at this Beacon in Georgia down Ononsboro Georgia lather McSheane hold services at St Alex West has been quite sick sever George last Sunday morning I preÂ¬ 15k guided in all tilings by the ndvlco He went to tho country yes sume ho lias coiiio to fill the vacancy nl days ot your mother and never commit any terday to rest up made by Father Heibuths resignation action of which you would fell ashamed A number of Republicans left heie Mrs Parniele and Mrs McSarley of in her presence yesterday to attend the State convention Louisville expect to summer again with Wk send out with tliu News this week in Louisville to day Tho ladles havo Mrs Faniiiu Ditto a supplement contains the speech of Mr I5en Harned would not decline a many friends hero who will bo glad to Senator Ulackhurn made at Owenton nomination for the Legislature if ho know of their intention to return Ky on tho freo silver question Head It could see a chance to win I dont know about taxng tea ten Tho best coffee sugar molasses bacon cents on the pound but tho dollar per Tun gold standard in this country lard salt Hour and meal and a full line barrel on beer to increase tht revenue meam nothing more nor less than bank family groceries at T C Lewis would bo capital Tax whisky beer toruptcy to 80 per cent of tho people and of The carpenters aro putting up a now bacco cigarettes all the next Congress great losses to tho remaining -- 0 per cent through absolute inability of debtors to veranda at tho parsonage Pastor Breed- choose if It will serve to diminish the ing is much pleased with tho improve- Â¬ sale with no hardships to tho people meet their obigntions ment I was made truly happy last Saturday Tiikv do say in Washington tint Mr Tho Master Commissioner will sell the by meeting in street my used to be Carlisle went to Memphis witli a PresiGarrett friend Geo Miles now of Louispersonal property of Isaac Horn deceas dential bee in his hat but since his re- ed on the premises near Constantine ville He bears his years gracefully and turn it has llown Ho said something June 15 Ho time makes foot prints sparingly down there that Mr Cloveland didnt was and his good wife are pleasantly situated Mr J T Compton McDaniels like Ho says the cut in their own homo here last Monday Mrs Andrew Fairleigh spent several worms did great injury to the crops in Jo i ix Sherman made practically the days last week with Mrs James Lewis his locality same speech to an Ohio Republican conSho was on her way to vention last week that John G Carlisle Miss Bessie Beard is still sick at How- Â¬ and family made to a Kentucky audience the week ling Green Sho may bo able to get New York City to join her husband who before John Sherman and John Car- homo this week Her father Mr 15 F Is engaged in civil engineering there Ho had been in St Louis Mo previous- Â¬ lisle stand on tho same platform Beard is with her ly aud is much pleased with tho chango C Miss C L Piggott of Birmingham Got Brown is for freo silver every to the Eastern metropolis lugiuuil mm moiui ui m t u member of tho Court of Appeals the of this place is expected hero on a visit Dr June Uawlings one of our Meado Attorney General State Auditor and soon S o will sail Juneith and will be couuty young men will take unto him- Â¬ Superintendent of Public Instructions met by Mr Piggott in New York self a lielp meet today Wednesday at nre of tho same faith and yet it is claimIf you want nails washboards brooms Kansas City where ho has established ed by the single standard advocates that baskets lamp chimneys and lamp burn Â¬ a lucrative practice Miss Mott is the all th idiots are on the side of free ers wagon grease powder and shot rope choia aud is of the same city Ills old silver kearty tougnt soap brushes it will be to yoar interest triciteV aood ftteetinc to see and price my goods Come and ulatiens The Hnrdinsburg Editor is down here Decoration Day was observed here last this week in full charge of tho whole see inc T C Louis Thursday by u good many Tho senior business while tho Senior member of 100 S100 Reward soldiers who sleep in our cemetery had the staff is up in Meade county hustling The readers of this paper will ho their mounds covered with 11 era while for business and more silver dollars in pleased to learn that there is at least one tho resting places of others received fresh Upon the latter thciuo the gentleman is dreaded disease that science has been said to be a little Well probably wo had emblems of love and uff clioii A large able to euro in all its stages and that is delegation went over to Mauckpott to better not say anything cntarih Halls Catarrh Curo is the commemorate the day Muming in the Mn C I liush in this issue defends only positive curo now known to the afternoon and ut night fraternity Catarrh being a Mr Carlisle in his position on the medical George Ditto son of Mr aud Mrs requires n conmoney question by saying that tho Sec Â¬ constitutional disease Halls Citarrh Abram Ditto has an enlargement of the retary was controlled by law and it is stitutional treatment Tho physicians of tho assothe law to which wo object Again he Curo is taken internally acting directly auklo hone ciation at Dr Wells request examined says that Bilver is a full legal tender for upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of thereby destroying the tho limb and agreeed with Dr Wells in all debts whoro no specifiod contract to the system diagnosis to keep it in plaster Paris the contrary exists Yes but why mako foundation of the disease and giving tho his patient strength by building up tho con- Â¬ and that tho malady was something now a contract in favor of gold over silver stitution and assisting nature in doing its to tiio profession consumption of the Thats where the rub is again George has had to resign his powork Tho proprietors have so much bono We publish this week a very signifi sition in the Messenger olllco faith in its curativo powers that they cant map showing what the single gold offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso The Republican Convention will not standard has done for property values in that it fails to cure Send for list of bo entirely free of fights perhaps harmo one single year It is worth your study Testimonials ny may be somewhat marred there may Every state in tho Union south and CO To bo a big silver delegation for there are Address F J CHENEY west of Pennsylvania and New York ledo O tgySold by Druggists lots cf Republicans for free silver and oe has decreased in taxable values while the party io piotty nearly as badly diDemocratic State Convention those north east and including tho two vided on the colnago question as the Following is the call for the Democrat- Â¬ Democrats states mentioned have increased during Skirmishes aro in order the year It shows just what plenty of ic State convention Everything is exagger Â¬ quite the fad Hesolved that ou June 15 thero be money is doing for tho eastern States ated and the calamities predicted ore held at each voting precinct at the reg- Â¬ what the Germans would term Talking Figures do not lie ular voting place in each county and leg- Â¬ into hlueness It turns out that there were 10000 in- islative district a convention of tho voters Tho young folks chartered convey- Â¬ vitations sent out for the Memphis con- thereof at 2 oclock p m to select del Â¬ vention and that there wero less than egates to a county or legislative district ances last Friday night and moved in a body to hold an Aid Social at Mrs A J 400 in attendance from points outside a convention to bo hold at tho county seat fifty mile radius of that city Tho conexcept that In counties or cities composed BickeretafTs Long Branch Thoy wero vention was not at all satisfactory to the of more than ono legislative district the warmly received but wero cooly treated goldbugs of tho East Tho resolutions delegates shall meet at somo place to be to delicious cream and delightful cake were not discussed at any length aud designated by tho respective legislative Everybody had a pleasant evening as were put through like n machine ticket committees on Monday June 17 at 1 Mrs Bickerstaffand her niece Miss Mary at a county convention Tho conven oclock p m and at said county and dis- Â¬ McFarland are charming as hostesses tion developed another fact that tho trict conventions delegates shall bo clios and wo musnt leave out Jim who al South is a hopeless field for sound money en to represent said counties and said ways fulfills his duty on tho agrceablo missionaries and that the fight must bo legislative districts in a State convention lino made in tho North and West A few more such a tides from the pen livery to be held on Tuesday Juno 25 at 12 Southern state will come out flat footed oclock of leading Democrats as that one from for freo colnago of silver at the ratio of Tho basis of representation on the Mr Sommers in his valuable paper and 10 to 1 in spito of Mr Cleveland and tho part of each precinct to said county and copied in tho Courier Journal of Satur Â¬ visit of Secretary Carlisle legislative districts shall be one delegato day and Wednesday will see the party for every 200 votes and each fraction begin to march like a Macedonian phal Â¬ The Atlanta Constitution voices our over 100 votes for tho Democratic elect- Â¬ anx to bring up a majority next Novem- Â¬ sentiments in tho following When ors at tho Presidential election in 1892 ber as well as Wi Concession is what England fixes tho price of our products provided however that such counties as wo want Compromise a manly patriotic and controls our money markets our cast 100 votes or lees for said electors good will one then mount tho Fame plat people are practically serfs What wo shall ho entitled to one delegate form and go to work for victory on every need is a currency that will suit our peo- Â¬ ticket ple meet their wants and carry on their SlrilUJIENTAI MIIIM AKOITEU IIV Till Bear in mind tho recital at the ourt STATU KMSCTT1VK COMMITTSK business Tho worst currency for us is house next Thursday evening June 15 M Altai 30 1895 ono that will bo controlled and steadily The rules heretofore adopted by thv at 8 oclock My heart falters and my absorbed by England Wo nro not called State Executive Committee in so far as eyes are blinded by tears us I think of upon to furnish n currency that will suit greeting tho public so alone It comes England better that it will suit our needs they apply to holding precinct meetings upon mo so overwhelmingly at times ou Juno 15 1895 are amended as follows Wo do not need international money that were it not for being so woll and UalaKsof trade are primarily settled vir friends I by war Tho voters now residing wsVilo the kincsV with Hade and when a balanco is settled Always bis bounderles of the several voting precincts Ultirj eottld aot bear It with toin it is valued by its weight couuecl his advice was so supporting so Coinage has nothing to do with tho as they woro fixed and located at the IIo always asked for ono November election held in 1891 will as sustaining question song Mrs Richardson will sing one to semble at the places at which tho elect- Â¬ Tin average citizen may not bo able ion was hold in said precinct in Novem- Â¬ his memory one ho loved to comprehend all tho intricacies and ber 1895 and select delegates as hereto- Â¬ mysteries of finance and political econ- Â¬ fore directed Chango made in precinct omy but ho knows when ho has had lines since tho November election 180 enough of tho blighting blistering pro Â¬ by tho creation of now preclneta or the cess of contraction Tho single gold stand- Â¬ alteration of old ones will be Ignored hi ard means nothing elso It reduces holding these precinct meetings By order of the State Executivo Com- Â¬ his resources Baps his strength paralyzes mittee his enorgies crushes his hopes and brings liiui face to faco with want and despair Gkntlkvkn- - Mr Will Sklllman has Watterson may writo column after col- Â¬ had sore eyes for years He has tried midwife for many I umn and Carlisle speak from every stump many doctors and remedies and has yearshave been a caso whoro MOTH and in each in the state but it will do no good Tho always failed to got relief until wo sold ERS FRIEND was used acNffiplhhttl W6 people are getting tired of being lead by him n tubo of Sutherlands Eagle Eyo ders and thorlintd labor and lesstMd pain it men who chango with every breczp Salve which cured him Inside of ono Is the best remedy lor 1HSINQ OF THIS They are reading and thinking for them Â¬ week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells BREAST known and worth the price or Unit alone selves and will act for their own best In Â¬ well and cures Respectfully Mrs M M lirewfttcr Montgomery Ala M Meykr A Co terest The people do not want a sin- Â¬ gle gold standard and will not havo It Buras Ky January 15 1605 Sent by Express or mall on receipt of price Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salve has done ROYAL Baking Powder a great deal more for me than can bo freeUOir twills UookTo Mathers malted Highest tot all In leavening told by pen W II Skkuuk UIMONELD REGULATOR 0O Atlanta Qa Mrs 125 OOIKO 1ST side Daily arr llardinabaro 7M0 am ISIVi Low Cheap 4 And wc will do it Our Great Summer Stock has been bought at a bargain and shall be sold at a bargain fS SIX PAGES Â¬ Â¬ RUMMER FOR FABRICS M TJot- - Weather Wear im- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To arrive this week an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mense line New Novelties as well as all the Leading Stand- ard Grades Come in and learn what PLEASURE SATISFACTION and ECONOMY 9 Â¬ Â¬ iuu a Â¬ There is in trading with is i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tuiti sr Â¬ Cures iters Friend Rising Breast tfrtHgth VSQVMmalfltfrt JJUBAS Kt OLD BT AXI SB9MMTO inj en the erclirr ei the Tisisty any other laws of Congress There is only one way that the Govern Â¬ ment can maintain tho parity of the two metnls nud that Is by regarding them in nil its transactions as having equal value and this can only bo dine by paying either coin at tho option of tlio creditor n refusal to pay gold on demand would send tho yollow inetal to n premium or siker to n discount aud thus violate tho very letter of tho law I havo not written this note Mr Kditor beeatiso I think that Secretary Carlisle and President Cleveland need nny defense for their management of the Office oyer the Bank of Hardinsburg nations financial affairs during tho recent panic Tho result is their ample Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the lino of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in vindication and when tho country re- Â¬ corners a specialty Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ gains tho normal prosperity to which it Dreckenrlilge county solicited of surveying if parties desiro it is fast npproachlng many good citizens ledgements of deeds at time Ky Address at Ilardinsburg nnd especially many good Democrat who to fiercely criticise them will ap Â¬ preciate their sterling honesty and ap plaud their dl interested patriotism io I Ransler Prather and wife to Tleasant am sure you will bo ono of the first to do C P Bu3ii Prather their interest in ebtato of Jona this IRVINGTON KY thon and William Prathor deceased 00 A G Harrington and wife to Nancy The way to cure n cough is to stop the DEALER IN Smith houso and lot In Muldraugh Ky coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey 750 cuts looso tho mucous heals tho lungs J Max Willett and wife to J C Shack nud bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip lctt house aud lot in Ekron Ky cough in ono night For sao by Short t 3PtfjSaSsi Jhi HaynesClovorporl Dr R II McMulMrs W F Powell to Mrs Ella Baxter M Meyer Co Duras lln McDaniels lot in Guston Ky 2o A Tnylor Rosettn XV E Drown Iry MAIIRIAOK IICKNSK Ington Ky A A Richardson Garflehb James L Wroe and Dora A Kellar A Ky Big Spring Ky R Morris Harrison Suel nud Minnie B Chism W O Moorman Glendeane Ky P D W Burch nnd Sallio S Shooklett Co Kitk Kyj Horace Sherron Bios E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Scott Ilardinsburg Ky Paducab Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine SUPPLIES Tar Honoy cured his children of whoop Â¬ SANDY HILL ing cough when all things elso failed A new Hearse has just been received for the use of the Its a now romedy for nil coughs For Farmers aro busy planting their corn Public You need not go any further thun Irvington to Kile by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr the second time R II McMullln McDaniels M Mover get your Mr Sim Richardson called on Miss A Co Buras j ATaylor Rosettaj W Rosa Cowley Sunday evening E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich Â¬ Mr Tom Facklor mado a flying trip to ardson Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen Vine Grove to seo his best girl and Undertakers Supplies I am also the agent for the Mr Floid Robberts filled his regulnrap deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co pointinent nt Fair View Sunday Kirk Ky Horace Scott Ilardlnshiirg BINDER Walter A Wood Celebrated MOWER Ky Mr Rnymond Thornsbcrry is visitlnjr his old friends up near Vino Grove Feopless Party Haas Meeting1 T N McGLOTHLAN There will bo a mass meeting of tho Mr and Mrs D O Gray of French Peoples Party at Haidlusburg Juno 13th Creek attended church hero Sunday Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is difleren Politics in Meade lfi3 for tho purpose of electing dele Â¬ Mr Noah Greenwell of Rhodelia was gates to attend thu State Convention Hon John D Hardin and SquIroJA from all other cough romedles It cures that meets at Louisville July 1th 1815 the guest of Miss Llllio Cowloy Sunday J Thompson candidates for the Ixgis by allaying the Inflammation and giving And to nominate a caudidato to repre- Â¬ Miss Lucy and Hettio Hendrick were islature in Meade county spoke to a tono strength vigor and vitality to tho sent Breckeuridgo county in the next Legislature as A M Hardin has de- Â¬ the guests of tho Misses Baskett last good crowd at Brandenburg Monday respiratory organs Guaranteed and for clined to accept and to attend to any Sunday Haynes Cloverport There is no issuo betwen these gentle Â¬ ealo by Short other business that may come before the They are both Pi It II McMullln McDaniols M B other Muddox filled his regular apÂ¬ men for tho nomination meeting All who endorse the Omaha pointment hero the third Saturday and for frn silver and make no concealment MoyerCo Buras ATaylor Kosetta platform aro invited to participate of thst fact in heir speechs They have WE Brown Irvington Ky A A S E WlQOOKEIl Sunday Countf - Chairman appoKlii to speak every day this Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris Mr Will Atnil fi M It drove Urn week nd tit trf next week A mass con Â¬ Big SpriugKy W O Moorman Glen Prtgraw the guest of Miss Lull Young Sun vention 1im bsen called to meet at II ran deano Ky P Sherron Bros Sc Co Kirk Of Breckeuridgo Medical Avaciatlon dsy evening denburg Monday Juno 17 to select a Ky Iloraco Scott Ilardinsburg Ky for meeting to bo held at Ilardinsburg Mr Ed and Shell Triplett of Custer nominee It leaked out Monday that on Monday June 17th ISO visited Mi Wm Baskett last Saturday tho gold men would put out a candidate To Whom it Hay Concern Opening Atlilreta Or II T Dempalcr night and Sunday Judge Woolfolk was mentioned in that Tiie County Teachors Examination The need of Medical Soclaty In llrecacn Misses Mattlo and Mabel Shacklott connection In that event a lively fight for whito teachers will bo held at Ilar- Â¬ ridge County Or A A Suuona Management of Puerperal 1cvcn visited their uncle Mr Jesso Ashcraft will be on in the convoution The coun- Â¬ dinsburg on Friday and Saturday June DrH P IurVa Saturday night and Sunday and attended ty is decidedly for freo silver but there 7th and tith and for colored toachora on Friday aud Saturday June 14th and lftth Dlkcuaalnn by the Society Is a good big element of goldbugs in church hero The examination will begin at 0 oclock Every physician in tho county invited Mr Henry and Sam Dugan Mr Brandenburg headed by Mr James W a m Each applicant will please bo ou to bo present Visitors welcome Everett Protheroe and Mi Herndon Lewis who want a man of their own hand and bring their stationery so thero It T Dempster Chair shall be no confusion McGeo of Irvington were the guests pf likiug Milton Board Jr Secy Very Respectfully the Misses Hendrick Sunday evening A M Kincheloe old or young Every person big little Andrew Driskkll Snpt 11 II MoMullon Mrs Carlt Richardson and sister Miss black or white rich or poor who baa Committee J J W Meador Jiunle Roberts of Ekron attended ever used Dr Bellii Pine Tar Honey pro Â¬ Wanted Female Help churuli hero last Sunday and were the nounce it tho beat cough and lung rem Â¬ Professional nurse or married lady Iq Many of tho cltixcna of ltalnsville Indiana nro never without a bottle of guests of Mrs Jessie Ashcraft to dinner edy on earth Its true too so we guar Â¬ introduce to mothers famous teething and bowel remedy wilta Floyd Co Chamberlains Cough Remedy In tho Mr Wm Baskett purchased a now antee For sale by Short Sc Haynw0Iov Owensboro Ky house soys Jacob Brown tho leading cultivater one day last week He says erportUr R II McMullln McDanleW Co Bursa A Taylor Ito merchant of the place This Remedy it is a steinwinder and that lie just M Moyer has proven of so much value for colds knnua It will lei 11 nutwnrme T IiawI sottv Ky W KBrown Irylngton Ky croup and whooping cough in children I Mr M B Dugan of Sirocco said that A A Klchartkon Qarfletd Kyj A K that few rnothora who know it worth when ho was shelling seed corn for liU Mwrls Big Spring Ky W O MoorÂ¬ XtabIUh4 98 yean Treat wale or iV man QkMHiB Kyj P JHiwrroii Bros wale married or single In eaaee af aro willing to be without it For sale by second planting that the cut worms lion aliueen aieriua or InanruurleMee Co Kirk Kyi HorfM Seett liar nature OUAKANTKfcll HoarrfawlaFart A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and eatly came to the coru crlb door ami SKILL Qiieetivaa luaula uruUlied when Board IUrdlnWft Ky hurried ljlm op dlnskarK Ky KUclieloe l lloulc tree Call or writ Hlauk VEST 1 ii CHIHTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR j j Â¬ x Â¬ T N McGLOTHLAN ftPBr3gyffX Â¬ Furniture ss Undertakers i FURNITURE Irvington Ky It S A s u V The Old Reliable illrl H NAPOLEON tPv and Jena Alliod Armios Dostroyed i7XrtrrTf im -- TV yytyr- - - wpjssa jv giy r1- - jir j1 VMtJ TiTiy lwgcffvyy- T n 7 THJ3 BREiOKKiNRirQm KKWS OLOYfiRPORT K 3 BONAPARTE ConÂ¬ Try X x f T GROVELAND Jennie Hobirls went to Louisville this week to visit friends Mr Ike Wouldrlge of Garnetlsvllle was in Groveland one day this week MUs Unrbnra Shacklett of ltranden burg is a guest of Mrs J I Jones tills week Miss Rose Allen Lula aud Wilber Willett returned to their homo Saturday to remain over Sunday RovJ C Willett and wife attended the funeral services of Mrs Artliusa Ianson Inst Monday at Gnrnettsvillo Mrs Sallio Kendall Miss Lou Shack Ml Mr and Mrs J I Jones and Miss Barbara Shacklett were the guest of Mr 8 P founders Monday Rov Arthur Willett left Friday for Charleston 111 where he will tako chnrgo of tbo First Baptist church of We wish him success that j1ac Next Friday and Saturday aro tho teachers examinations nt Brandenburg and wo expect to end a good delegation from hero and trust all will be fortunate in obtaining good certificates Buck Grovo Sunday school will probably tako an excursion to Rock Haven tho second Sunday Wo nro expecting a large crowd a good dinner and a pleas Â¬ ant time All who wish to join us on thnt day nro Invited Little Henry tho baby boy of Mr nnd Mrs Gus Bruner died tho tilth of May from an abscess on the brain Ho was n beautiful child only sixteen months old but had won tho love of all who know him nnd deeply wo grieve to give tho dear littlo one up to Him who says SufTur tho littlo children to come unto me for if such is tho kingdom of heavHo was buried in the Buck Grovo en ceuirtiry last Saturday nflernoon nt i oclock Wo extend our kindest sympa thy to the loving parents nnd friends I nut glnd to see so many newsy letters iu tho News nnd thnt nil of tho cor respondents hnvo not neglected their duty ns I hnvo on account of spring I hope in tho fuliiro our littlo work village will bu represented each week I will not be with you much longer but I will find somo one to write in my stead who is more capable nnd who will find the samo pleasant task in writing thnt I have and whoso letters will bo much more Interesting than mine hnvo been in the past for I years ago discovered that my talent did set extend in tho dlrettten of letter wriftiig and wha I see so many bright nud witty letters I am made to renlise tho fact that there is little use for mo to attempt to write any thing Hint would intenst others for you know different people nro of differ- Â¬ ent opinions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday tho 17th day of Europe Prostrate at the Feet of the queror June 1895 CONFEDERATION OF THE RHINE Louis and Jerome Bonaparte Made Kings Prussians Overwhelmed at Auerstadt at Friedland it being a regular County Court dny I or one of my deputies will sell for taxes due for the years 1SIU nud 1801 at the Court house door in llnrdiuiibtirg Ky the following described property to wil ijj acrr oflnnil In Mnr Dlttrlct No i lilted by John ml iS V Ah I for yeira See deed book 41 paire S JNOTICE Fourth of July There will be n Picnic on tho At the usual place at of n now 557 i Troaty of Tilsit tOopyriiflit 1805 hj John Clark Rldpath XVIL MxrilAKKR AND KlNO OF KlNCIB Knpoloon coucodod to tho Czar o Russia tho prlvllcyc of rotiriugl Only n month boforo Aloz nudur had beau in Berlin Ont at Pots dam on tho 3rd of Novombor ho nud Attar Austcrlltz i- - Frodoriok William had swprn a secret mighty oath over tho tomb of Frodoriok tho Great This conjuration with tho Czar did not now sooin to havo boon an ezpediont thingl Frodoriok supposing that Nnpoloon wns not informed of his perfidy sont to tho victor nt Austcrlltz n messago of hollow congratulation Tho Emporor on recoiving it said that Frodoriok William had written tho let tor intending it for tho Czar but for tuuo had changed the address to hlmtclfl Tho treaty of Prossburg was another poaoo that did not paoify Europo was prostrnto boforo Nnpoloon as fur as tho Vistula but England covered all sea coasts from tho Adriatio to tho Baltic and tho wholo Sluvio raoo lay darkly banked on tho horizon of tho Northeast Tho Emporor began at onco with in orodiblo audacity to niako a now po- Â¬ litical map for tho Europoin Pewors nud to support it with his under kings and prlncot vassals of Franco Influenced by tho recent Knsso Austriau coalition Italy uudor tho leadership of Fordlnaiid king of tho Two Sicilies had hopofully sympathized with tho allies Instigated by his wifo Carolino Maria sister of Mario Antolnotto tho Neapolitan king admittod into his do Â¬ minions a division of tho Russian army Tho causo of offouso was suflloiont Napoleon in January of 1800 sent a corps under his brothor Joseph to oc Â¬ cupy Italy On tho 15th of February having eutorod Nlplos Josoph was pro claimed king and tho Bourbon mon archy was abolished Notwithstanding tho intended treaoh ory of Frodoriok William tho Emperor kopt faith with him and delivered Han- Â¬ over to Prussia Tho King was reluotant to nccopt tho gift for Hanover was Englands and ho would fain bo at one with England Tbo principalities along tho right bank of tbo Rhino oven from Italy to Holland woro ereoted into tho Confederation of the Rhino Fourtoen princes of Germany voluntarily detach- Â¬ ed themselves from their Teutonic affiliations and carriod over a population of about Kixteon millions to tbo Fronch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - i NAFOLEON DT LEFEVHE I JJV protootorato Napoloon would thus con ttrnot a Gormania wall betweon Eastern Europo and Franco protooting tbo lat tor against tho further incursion of the Austro Slavio races Tho iioxt stop was to convert Holland Into n snb kingdom of Franoo On tho 5th of Juno 1800 Louis Bouaparto to whom four years previously Ilortonso Beauhamais had boon married was proclaimed king of Holland Out of Hesso Cassel Brunswick and parts of Saxony and Prussia tho kingdom irf Westphalia was formed and aeatrped to Joromo Bouaparto asking To him after Tilsit was given in marrlngo tho In princess Catherino of Wurtombutg tho countries botwoou tbo Rhine and Poland oxtonding southward into Italy and northward to tho Baltic n great number of dukedoms and principalities woro croatod and oonforrod on tho mar shals of tho Empire Murat husband of Carolino Bonaparte was inado grand duku of Berg and Cloves Lannos bo- Junot was t came duke of Montotello presontly iioniinatud duko of Abrantos iornadotto rootivod thotitloof prinooof Pontocorva Noy got iiis hard earned dukedom of Elohiugon Borthlcr was in a do duko of Neucbatol and Vnlnugln Mas Bon It boenruo duko of Daluintin noun took his honor as prinooof Esaliug Davout aftor a littlo delay was made duke of Auerstadt Bacclocohi husband of Eliso Bonaparte wat created prinoe of Lnoca and Piombina Eugeno Beau hamais was given in marriago Augusta Amoliadaughtor of the king of Bavaria and tho titlo of priuco of Vonico The g procuss of king makiugand was limited not so much by the possibilities of territory as by the num Â¬ ber tot tho Imperial rotiuoo 1 Prussia now bocamo a scene of stormy agitation Tho humillatod House of Hobeiizollom looked in Uia direction and iu that The younger oloment of the people and tho philosophical patriots Marled out agalust tho domination of Meanwhile a strauge and far raiice reaching owitingnoy appeared among th vtrtowil forces in Europe Charles Fox successor of Pitt became Mluitr of Foreign Affairs tinder the prmierliip of Grenvllle Fox would faia have pvaoa He was not devoid of Maw4 Hjmpathles with Frauoe and with Kapoleou himself Courtesies began be tfimx liin and the Kmpercr Baddeuly however on tho 18th of ftoptowlMr ISOfl Fox died and by the tuoowlutfof Lauderdale the whole ooffi pUxloHwu ohauged Tofylwu again km rnPMt- - Th Aiilo KatPtp Â¬ Â¬ prinoo-mak-lu- y Jaa stau iutrlguo was renowed Frmloriolc William sout a peremptory challougo to Napoleon to botako Itiiupclf out of Germany The Emporor had in truth agreed to withdraw his forces but the Czar had also agreed to rolitiqnlish certain vnutago ground on tho Dalmitlau Therefrontier and liad not tione it fore Napoleons army corps would ro main in Gormauy Frederick William suddenly declarod n war and Nnpoloon in n month aftor tho death of Fox and thosuddou rovulsiou in dinjomacy con Â¬ centrated iu Saxe Weimar an army of nearly n hundred thousand men Tho Prussians sixty thousand strong tinder Priuco Hohonloho occupied the city of Jena on the Saalo There on tho 14th of October thoy woro nttaokod f and utterly routod by tho French leav ing behind twolvo thousand iu killed nud wounded and about fiftovu thou sand prisoners On tho same day nt Auorstadt fourteen ratios from Weimar a corps of tho Grand Army thirty flvo thousand strong uuder Marshal Davout foil upon n division of fifty thousand Prussians commanded by tho Duko of Brunswick and Frodoriok Wil- Â¬ liam iu person and won a signal victory Brunswick was mortally yoimd ed and about ten thousand of his sol diors wero put hors du combat Prussia was uttorly overwhelmed by tho disaster Her fortresses wure sur rondorod without resistance aud Napoloon in loss than n fortnight occupied Borlin On tho 21st of Novombor ho issued from that oity bis oelobrated Berlin docrco doclaring tho British Is lands in a stato of blockade and inter dicting all correspondence and trado with England I Tho property of British saXJtsts un Â¬ der n wido schedulo of IrabmHtiy was declared contraband of War Meanwhile tbo aid promised tb Prus Â¬ sia by tho Czar had been to slew for tbo lightning that struck at Jons The oncoming Russians reachod tho Vistula but wero forced baak by tho victorious French who took possession of Warsaw There the Emperor established his and romained for uoaxly thrOH mouths engaged in tbo feumla- tiou of new plans of oonquest aud now schemes for tho pacification of Europo After Jena PHksio though Brushed remained bolllgorout Her shattered forces drew off to tho borders aud wero joined by tho Russians iu Bast Prussia Tho campaign of 1807 oponod here On tbo 8th of Fobruary tho French army about 70000 strong advanced against tho allies commanded by Bonniugsen and Lostocq At the town of Eylau about twenty milos from Konlgabcrg a great but iudecisivu battlo was fought in which eaoh army suffered a lose of nearly 18000 men Tho Russians and Prussians fell back about four iniJes to Friedland and both armios wore rein forced tho French to about 80000 and tbo allies to approximately the somo number Tho shook of Eylau tho Inclemency of tho season and tho political compli- Â¬ cations that thickened iu every horizon holdback military movements uutil the beginning of summer On the 14th of Juno was fought tho groat battle of Friedland and tho allied armywas virtually destroyed The loss of tho Rus sians and Prussians was more than 35 000 men that of the Fronch fewer than 8000 Napoleon commanded in person aud his triumph was prodigious Though common fame would have Aus terlitz to bo tho most glorious of his battles critioal opinion oonoedM the palm to Friedland After Friedland Tilsit Tbore ta tho middlo of tho Memel on the 35th of June 1807 Napoleon and the Czar mot on tho famous raft The beaten Alexander had oomo to admire his vlotorious antagonist Why should thefaoos of his fifty thousand dead prevont him from falling in love with tho destroyer The Emperors readily agreed to be at poaoe On the 7th of July a treaty was concluded botwoou France and Russia and two days afterwards a similar oompact botwoou Franoo and Prussia Frederick William had sought refuge after the battle in tho town of Memel whieh was now about all he might oall his own I Now was created the grand duolty of Warsaw composed of Prussia territory Over this now stato was set Napoleons frieud Frederiok Augustus king ef the Saxons Another part of Prussia was given to the Czar Dantzia was deolarod independent The province west of the Elb was ceded to France All the Bona partes wero continued iu their kingdoms aud the Confederation of the The ports of Rhino was rocoguizod Prussia were shut to HuafW ishmUm Frodoriok Williams army fna sVo4 at a maximum of 4300 Mii Ttftlese provisions was added a large Indemnity to France from Prussia The map which tho Corsica had etched with his sword point on tho broken landscape of Europo was confirmed by tho agreement of all tho Powers savo England For four years the sting of Tilsit was Iu tho vitals of England So powerful Was the Napoleonic liifluenee that Don mark leaned Franco ward aud the Czar smiled It was tutpecttd by the Gren villa ministry that the Danes would oloso their ports to Brltisli trade Under this suspicion Admiral Cathcart was sent with his fleet Into the Baltio de Â¬ manding that the navy of Denmark should be surrendered ih pledge to Great Britain I To this monstrow proyoeitioa the Crown Prlueebravely answered no Cnthoart thR jrooosded against Copea of Septan bsgen aud ia tfce erst ber bombarded the oity Three hundred aud fifty building including the Uni Â¬ versity were destroyed and six times as many houses rendered autenable About 3000 people were killed la the horror the like of whieh had not been wibiecsed In modern times Great Brit aln was at paw with Dee mark I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ winter-quarters Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Peculiar Case Periodic Attacks O Tn es nnil cott Ijtmcrct of llml In Mtitr PUttlct No j luted h Mary AM for iSm-l- - Sie deed book T pige joy 1ai mil coit One lot In District No 1 In the City of Clnerpott on Murray Aye llMcd by W II for jear iSnt Tuxes amlcoit loo acrcinf land liyj Agncw In District No 1 lilted by Andrew llawklna for j St Romaulds Catholic Church For tho benefit church liniort Everybody is invited A flno speaker will bo secured for tho occasion He will S2i not make a political harnngue but will speak on questions of importnnco to every citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should henr Thcro will bo uood music nnd n flno dinner Make your nrrnngemonts to go ns it will bo n grand 5 p tiny for all THE COMMITTEE S of Neuralgia In the Eyea ft Ce Lowell JIassi I write to thtt I hre been a nlTerer fer four jean with neuralgia In the eyei The pains wer very aerere at night causing me te iniTer winter and lumme r alike Sometimes a mania weuld laps between spells then I would be I ned tr Troubled Every Week pecUHr If I was up nt night I am a man of regvllar habits t years of age aad employed fortiiepattseTen years by Heath Springs tt COk weU knewn mere hanU and bankers of this puK Hoods5 and Camden Cures I bought a supply of Hoods Sar aaparUla used four bottles and UUere I am cared Yt J Lono Laucaster Souttt Carollika Hooda Pills cure Constipation by restor ing Um peristaltic action of the alimentary canal AN ENJOYABLE EVENING Mr and Mrs Chas Fisher Entertain a Number of Feople AT THEIR Yonng- - LOVELY HOME cars 189 4 Tales and cost One lot in the town of lludlniluirK lilt Â¬ ed by Itlchard Jonn for the yean and cost lSH One lot In the City of Clnvcrport listed by Mary Looney lor the jeara iSxi- Taxea and coat TwcntJfive acres of I mil in Ma DIs trlct No 1 by W A West listed by Charles Stephens for the yens Taxea and cot One Ut In the city of Clovcrpori listed by Mary Watkins for the years iSjvi Sec deed book No 17 piRC fIJTaxes and cost One lot in the town nf Ctistir by en lltrmil lllcd bj Walter Srimlec for the jeara 1S11 4 Taxes ami cnt Thirty acres of Und by M Carter InMai District N11 J listed by Frank John son for ears 18014 Taxes ami cost ICO acres ol land In Ma District No 5 by M ltoyalty Sic deed book No 4 PRC 514 listed by Julius Ietius kjy for year S Taxes and cost Ilrtylwo acres of I indby Jaint Carman In Ma DLtrlcl No 5 listed iu the name of ohn M IonPs heirs tor year SV Taxej and cost Two acres of liml In Ma District No t by Ja Snider Sec deed book No Hi ptKOiSS sited by Jhn S lonl fur years lSijj4 Taxes nnJint Twenty acres ol 111 by J It Drine Iu Mi District No 5 listed by Jesse ray for years 3 J - 4 Taxes ami cost Twcnt sl aire of I nut In T Itdrand in 5th Ma Di trlct listed In Thomas Duncan for ears 180j Taxes and 55 Tnv 0 So 4 50 It ilcpfiidn upon How and When you market your chickens and you and to rid limn We are lare receivers of twultry and erg and have an established Wliem and trade ixiiil the best chance to make monex for all our shippers We receive and sell Hotter Vean ell Hide lelts 1 allow Deans Seeds lotaties Wool Hay drain or anytliln may luxe to ship Information cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those who riiiucsl II and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by 310 31G 317 A PROFIT IN POULTRY cs tjjf 310 MUFlRCLL COURT HERNDOIM CARTER CO 4 So Louisville ky HXXDISRH - LIGHT 410 1 RUNNING L dj P STOREDW-POWER PLHNO THF CAUK MOWKKH TurnUhed by the Piano Fly Wheel Is the great Improvement ever made In Self Binding lUrvciterj w vn ftjX o win MO - MHI M turn uff 4 10 330 47 ftm 6 jj TAP FLflNO LEADS Because 5 40 Rock Vale May SO An enjoyable occasion on Saturday evening May 25 a party was given at the pleasant and hos- Â¬ pitable home of Mr and Mrs C L Fish- Â¬ er Rock Vale Ky It was attended by both the young and older people Thnt it wss the grandest party weve ever had was the unanimous verdist of those Mrs Fiabers repaen as no prtjKtat elegant hostess is so widely known arts Mr Fishers hospitality is so proverbial that all were anxious to enjoy the plena urcs which wero in Btoro for them So more than sixty guests assembled and partook of a most olegant supper Tho table was tastefully decorated with beau tiful flowers and fairly groaned ncath its weight with good things After supper the young folks took possession of tho parlor and pretty verandas whero thoy engaged in various games and amuse mentt until a late hour Sweet music was discoursed by tho Cooper brotlierp Messrs J T Jonefl Styles T Howard and Thos McCarty When at twolvo oclock the festivities ceased because of tho dawn of tho Sab- Â¬ bath all were surprised at tho rapid flight of time and fully realized that As the gayest hours flit lightly by the guests bade the gonial host and hostess ood night one heard such ex- Â¬ pressions as the following This is the This is tho best party of the season champion party and one young gent very fitly said This party is entitled to the blue ribbon Im sure that every guest joins with mo in thanking Mr and Mrs Fisher for their kindness to us and wo hope the young people may always find friends as willing to promote their enjoyment and not deluded with the theory that young Christians must wear long faces and let pleasure alone RIPAN WHAT THEY ARE A S think that Dr Dells Pino Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best on earth For sale by Haynes Clovorport Dr R Short II McMullin McDanielsjM Meyer Co Bunts A Taylor Rosetta VY E Brown Irvlugton Ky A A Richardson Garfield A R Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glendeanc Ky P Sher ron Dros Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg Ky Soino folks will WILLOWDALE Crude Haynes wont to Vine Grovo last week on business II Retsor and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs II K Withers last Sunday Mr and MreT W Harto spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs W W Withers J O Crutcher Garrett was the guest of Miss Mollle Withers last second Sun Â¬ day Mr J J Scipreo Ronoyvillo and Miss Mollle Withers attended church at St Martins last Sunday Mr and Mrft W W Withers and Mf and Mrs H N Withers wtre in Stttlr ton shopping lwt Saturday Mrs Jesse Turpley and daughter Miss Dixie lllooininglon spent lfct week tho gueet of Mr and Mrs George Perry Mrs Sue Haynes we regret to say left last Friday to spend the summer with her daughter Mrs James Smith Vine Grove Mr and Mrs Gus Smith Now Albany have come down to spend tho summer with their parents Mr and Mrs Hamil Â¬ ton Sniilli Mis W F Simrai Scotts Station Ky has returned home after a months visit with her mother Mrs Sue Haynes and her staler Mrs James Smith Vino Grove Â¬ gentlemnn of a methodical ha- Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practice of retaining a copy of every pre- Â¬ scription issued by his family physician became interested ns time weut on to noto thnt tho samo ingredients wero pretty cer tnin to be prescribed at some point of tho treatment of every ruse For npoorappetiteorasoro throat for restlcssnes which disturbed tho babys sleep and for troubles which beset tho aged grandpa ont the favorite remedy was always turning up although slightly mod- Â¬ ified from tirau to time and used often in conjunction with others His family physician had over been a successful practitioner nnd when another was consulted enro hnd always been taken to obtain tho services of somo ono eminent for skill and reputation Still tho fre- Â¬ quent recurrence of tho favorite formula was a raarkud circum- Â¬ stance One day our friend hap Â¬ pened to observe that the formula of a certain advertised remedy was identical with the latest prescrip- Â¬ tion ho had received from his own physician and in come surpriso ho btntid tho case to him The fam- Â¬ ily doctor aftor listening to what ho hnd to say replied The caso is nbout this way Whenever there is a disturbance of tho func- Â¬ tions of tho body no matter of what nature it is ptctty certain to bo accompanied by a derangement of tbo digestivo organs When they aro all right tho patient gets well That particular formula that you have observed mo o write more and moro frequently is the result of an age of caroful experiment and is pretty gener- Â¬ ally agreed upon now by all edu- Â¬ cated physicians who keep up with the times The discovery of the past few years of a means of reikiclng every dritj to a powdsr and compressing the powders into little lozenges or tabletsor tabules it vou prefer which will not break or spoil or lose their good quali ties from nge if protected from air and light is tho oxplnuaton of how it has come about that this prescription Is now for falo as an advertised remedy It Is as you say however and is all right It is the midicine that nine people outofteu need every timo they need any and I havo no doubt that makiug it so easy to obtain so carefully prepared and withal so cheap will tend to actually pro- Â¬ long the averago of human life during the present generation Â¬ wk WW Batjr was Jk we are her Caatorl WiatwaCWUhorldfwOutorla Wbm aba Ueaaw UIm ate ftttag U CaaterU lllpani Tubuleil Bold bydniKirlttorby boi it sent null If thu price jo cent to The lllpani Qheiiilcal Company No 10 Spruce it New York Wbth4CUUaab8TtbatCatarU The V jJtew Royal Baking S Qovt Reports mil acres of land by Jno Ille In the 5th Mag District by Manoah llasham for the year iSyj 4 Taxes and cost Sevtnlyfive acres of land by J K Car Â¬ man In Mag District No 5 listed by Kllzabeth Carmans heirs for the years 1S0J 4 Taxes and cost 100 acres of land by 3 Ckyne In the cth Map District llstid by 1reihocn I Jaf swon for the year Aft Tat and x cost Forty arcs of land by J I Carter Ike 5th Mag District listed by Cyrus Carter for the year of ifyj Taxes and cost borty five acrtsot land by Isaac Carter in Mag District No 5 listed by llu bard Ad mix for the year iv Taxes nnd cost Scvciity nfue noris of land by Thomas Cray tn Mag District No 5 listed by Phoebe K Leslie for the years iSyt4 Taxes and cot Sixty acres ol land by Lewis llalrln Mag District No 5 lilted by John I yon for the yean Taxes and cost Two acres of land by Thomas Uutler in Mag District No 5 listed by Alnuzn Auberry lor the years Taxes l cost Forty live acres of land by Thomas Cai- Â¬ man in Mag District No 5 listed in the name ol Mill Ienlcks hairs for the years 1S0J 4 Tuxes and costs Forty acres if land by Thomas Smith In May Dlstrirt No 5 listed by Win It Whitworlh for years 1S11J 4 Taxes nnd cost Kortylour acres of land by It XI Wilson in Mag District No listed by llobt Morcdock lor year 1S04 Tutcs and cost ill acres of land by II Snltli in Mag District No a listed by Jtnnie Duncan - Taxes and sstcr for the years andc oat fifty acres of land by C Itcldle In the d Mag District lilted by Harriett A Smith for the year 1804 Taxis nnd cost 1 Keenan In Mag 100 acres of land by District No a listed by Henry T Paul for th years lSu 4 Tuxes and cost One acre of land by Mary Miller In the ad Mag District listed by John C Tuxes nnd Hall lor the years iSa1- cost Sixty acres of land by It Weill In the 1st Mag District listed by Luther and John W Lyons for the years 183 4 Taxes and cost 115 acres of land by Mary J ricatlninlhe ad Mag District listed by Arthur S Taxes nnd Mays for the year iSoj cos In llarncds Station listed by One lot John S Lsmpton lor the year 1S93 Taxes and cost One lot in llarncds Station listed by James Itedmond for the year 18J Taxes and cost loS acres of land by Win llrulngton In the 1st Mag District listed by Henry Nicholson for the year iSaJ- - Taxes and cost Forty six acres of land in DLlrlct No 4 listed by Clay Hayes heirs In the years 4 sec Com Died book No a Tastes and cost One lot In llewlcyvlllo and live acres of land In District No 4 listed by John Harrington In the years iSyj Sie deed book 45 page 7a and died book Tuxes Vnd cost Forty two acres oflaud In District No f listed by W F llryant in the years lSjj 4 See deed book 44 page lu Taxes and cost One lot In Clifton Mill and eighteen aires oflaud Iu District No 4 listed by ANOIaisgnw In the year lo See deed book 4I Taxes an aa7 aces of land In DivtiLl No o listed by Tramel lleatly in lh Year IS04 See deed book 7 page 40ft und died book 40 page 36a Taxes and cost loo acres of land In District No 3 II ted by Henry N llasham In the Years ly91 4 Scu deed hook Jl page 409 A Tuxes and colt Four acres of land In District No 3 listed by Wesley llobertson In the Year 1893 4 Joining Crawford llobcrts on the west and James Wheeler tract on the east Taxes and cost One lot in Irvlngton In District No 4 listed by Oeorge Miller col In the Taxes and colt Years UM3- Forty acres of land In District No 6 list- Â¬ K MiOiadvlnlhe Year ed br James 189 See deed book 38 page 616 Taxea and cost FortV screi of land V J C Mattlnglv In District No 6 lilted bv t N Mathews In th Year IK Taxes and cost 15o acres ol land br J Dellavcn la Dis Â¬ trict No 6 listed br C A Itskrldgt In the Year 89 Taxes and cost One lot Franks Mill In District No A listed bv Wm II Arines In the Year 189 Taxes and cost 100 05 More Jones Steel Headers Sold in 94 than all others combined Yon satiuld sec the JONES JJIM U All PR before you buy Simplest longest icd and light draft mower in the fU OnilPi HlUllLlV world Neverout of repair Nosssrsto ussroit no friction no noise nothing to make the farmer cuss Chain Power runs th treat rrns nhel This proves its strength lilcyclcs arc Chain Drive Why Light draftl fill rt W Itriirri I Hr HY WHFrl I I HIIIUUL 1 1 K 1 onc Olvex It steady motion In tangled grain and on rough aaeven ground causes it to run lightly oxer soil places makes rt run 10r5C IT IS THE BEST IHt riVWHIIlU FOS THIS IS SIAINIY IHSftN ON THI UNO AlONf lights draft and bind a bundle after the tcaia stops 6 6j The Piano Mfg Co SEND FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 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that It bo oboyed Maynard tried to speak tho grntefnl words that roso to his lips but either ho could not or ho saw that tho general yo had caught n now point of danger and was absorbed in it Mounting Madge ho rodo nwny with tho stall officer ot tlio 7000 men wlio ciuntail the hillside n few hours before to General Thcro wai wonder on tho faces of tho men who saw n now commander in tho uniform of a private of cavalry put temporarily in placo to lead them For a moment a murmur ran along tho line but Bomo ono recognized him ono who know his mottle and word was pasted Its tho cuvalryinan Colonel Maynard Nono cared nt that critical moment for his recent trial ho long as thcro wns ono at their hsad who could lead them in what they all paw must bo n deupcrato Â¬ Â¬ Thomas hca quarters Ilavo you nny further command general ho asked Ah Colonel Maynard Letmothnnk you nmong ohers for your work You men over there havo saved us I want you to go ba k to tho cavalry and com mand one of several forces Intended to cover our retreat Wo must get back to Idght to n safer position 1 nwuit your orners general ndded tho general turnColonel ing upon him n kindly approving eye tlnro aro n number to bo rowarded for todays work nmong them youisclf If wo get safely out of this I shall mako a suitable acknowledgment of your serv1 Â¬ Â¬ ices write Ycr n Wnal Ill do it nny how purty nice young nn efy air only n gnl Riding over Reeds brldgo the party passed through the gup in tho rldze beyond nnd descending tho east slope oon struck a road leading tc Rlnaold They rodo Into tho town nbout uoou nnd soon drew rein boforo the home where Cor- ti- - In wl1 CI- UU and Maynard dismounted and entered together Jakoy bringing up the rear Ir tho hallway her eye large wltb astonishment at seeing her brother In com pany with Colonel Maynard stood Caro lino Fitz Hugh If tho brother had failed in expressing his thanks to Maynard tho sister succeeded but not by words Sho gripped Maynards hand when tnddeuly for tho first timo slnco her escape n full realizing seno of tho terriblo end sho had so narrowly escaped swept over her Sho was looking her gratitude with nil tho Intensity of her expiesslvo eyes when her formal brother said Caroline Colonel Maynard suffered dlsgraco on your account It is proper you should know how much wo owo Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irnut j IIo did not nt her troubled cxprolon tempt to comfort her by recalling what Ho pushed on further he had said yoro right when Darllnhesald ye say Oim needed In Olrolnnd Go with Ro mo wife Lot nil this mo dnrlin jutenso effort this sncrlfico yoro put tin into n cause which 01 forosco is Tho doomed bo given to me tenants estate Is n largo one and there nro hun dreds of pcoplo for yo to befriend Tliero y can work to n purpo3o There yer ef forts in behalf of a really downtrodden peoplo will bo for good And leave my brothors in the midst of this horrid struggle I will stay hero till tho last gun is fired till tho last blow of tlio hammer has riveted our chains Horn nnd bred in the south Miss Fitz Hugh had never seen except with south ern oyes Here wns n man who wns giv ing her views novcr beforo open to her Sho hnd n iniud capable of grasping them and saw tho strength tho 6olid senso beneath them when properly preÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rntlpan laid his hand some moment on hers whllo she was looking with n pained exprsIon nut of tho window In her eyes wn n far look Her lover how Thin Rats Dnrllii was a silence bitwecti them for 500000000 Represents the net shrinkage in property value in the South and West according to the tax returns officially recorded for 1894 as com- Â¬ pared with 1893 A decisive Contest -- Is to bo fotijht botneen now and the next Presidential election for K-FiESE QOINAGKE tho uso of both gold and silver ns standard THE PEOPLES MONEY thef coinage of both gold and silver THE GREAT ISSUE NOW without discrimination which means tho freo colnsga of hotli ns opposed lo the policy of contraction which tins been dictated by England and adopted lu Washington and which rfcvles tribute uu every product of the farm on valuations of all kinds and bit all compensations for labor Is tho double standard against the single ataiulard money metals against keeping the currency of tho country ontlio gold basis The ATLANTA WEEKLY CONSTITUTION published a ATLANTA A GA nd having sented CIIAPTEn AN 1MPOUTANT XXVI 1IT1KII Â¬ him even tho strong naturo of so resoluto a Sho burst Into n passiouato woman flood of tears For tho first timo sinco it occurred said Maynard gently I nm satisfied with my not What is tho opinion of men to mo besldo tho consciousness of having served so admirable n woman Fitz Hugh threw open n door near by and led tho way through it into n room where Corporal Ratlgan his ruddy locks contrasting with his palo faco nnd tho whiteness of his pillow looked at them with tho eanio nstoni hmeut as Mis Tho battlo of Chleknmauga Is over Tho Army of the Cumberland has with drawn to Chattanooga safo for tho This information wai tea much for Amid tho incessant thunders that burst overywhero nround tho lino of that horscshoo enrvo of battlo is ono It is nt nlnco wliero there is no firing tho ridge wliero men aro forming at its base for a despcrato attempt nntl on its top others aro preparing to rcceivothem with lead enough to teach them tlio futility of so presumptuous a move All is ready Tho Hue is formed Seventy-five hundred men aro about to push toward tho realms of death and a larger proportion of them aro to enter there At tho word Forward tho skirmishers uiovo out into tho thicket that covers tho feido of the disputed ridge followed by tho regular battlo line all climbing tho hill together Glanco tho uyo along tho lino Thcro is tho ofllcor his mind intent on keep ing hli men up to tho trying woikbeforo them Tho officer Intent in keeping him self Mpndy beforo tho eyes of tho lino ho leads There nro tho faces in tho ranks most of thorn if not nil stamped with n Bcrious cast n dread under control with tho thought of each that in n few minutes ho may bo lying pierced by n bullet or maimed by n shell A few tliero nro whoso remarkablo physical nerve or in whom n natural excitable temperament gives thorn an appenranco of exhilaration but such aro often tho most deprussed just before they nro well in tho fight While tho lino of bluo climbs tho sido of tho ridgu all is quiet above a quiet that brings n sutpenso harder to licar than n spattering fire It promises n tempest when it comes And it comes soon From n concealed lino near tlio top suddenly there is niyiiadof explosions Every mtssilo Known to war is sent down to stagger that bluo line Tho first crop of human flesh lies under the reaper Tliero was pandemonium on that hillside for 40 minutes It was nn eventful light for many a man not considering those who wero laid low by missiles of war There wero i few whoso placo it was to lead in whom a constitutional inability rendered it impossible for them to faco such a storm They wero ordered back their places filled by thoso madoof sterner stuff There wero soldiers In tho ranks who skulked but their officers drovo them on Tlio main forco of that retorvo division of Union troops showed n united strength of purpose which if it could bo transformed to a different field n field of moral heroism would mako nn nrmy of gods Mark Maynard climbed with tho rest For a moment when that storm burst tho instincts of a human being acting upon him suddonly madohlm recoil A number of quick recollections flashed before him Ills position tho chanco given him to rodeem tha past tho con sciousness that men looked to him for strength in that trying moment they wero all as nothing compared with ouo other ono which prevented any further giving back It was not n desire for death That was too near It was not n doslro to show prowess nt n mo ment when mon wore either quailing or makiug records as heroes At that terrible moment thcro cnuia boforo him n picturo so sweet so innocent that ouo may woll wonder how It could havo ap peared amid such frightful scenes It was tho photograph of his wifo and boy All for With it flashed the thought them For myself nothing Whether ho needed this to uorvo him to do his duty certain it is that from this moment ho forgot danger Ono idea absorbed his entire being that whether he lived or died word should go back to those ho loved better than himself that ho was nt least not nmong tho lliuchcrs Onco this idea possessed him ho wns a machine n cog moving 100 wheels IIo know iipthlug of tho deafening sounds ho wai oblivious to bullets or shells Liko tliw picture of the Sistiuo Madon na was over present tho gentle faco and figure of n woman holding up n child Mother mid child in tho famous painting havo for centuries stood forth n divluo light to lead tho world from sin Mothor mid child in tho eyes of Mark Mayunrd wero n divino light to lend him out of tho depths into which ho had fallen by n violation of principle Tho timo of probation was short but not too short for Maynards bearing to havo its effect Among tho few who held tho men together during that brief strugglo for tho life of tho army ho took mi important part Tho ridgo wns won and ono of tho first regiments on it was that commanded by Colonel Mark Maynard Tho rldgu was not only won it was hold But who can depict tho holding It was by a repetition of struggles liko tho ono that took It only tho gray attacked whllo the bluo defended Klght times the Confederates charged mid eight times they wero driven buck Klght came tliero was no light where by to make uuother- Tho ridge was in Union keeping tho Army of tho Cum berland won laved Relinquishing hli command Maynard ro4q through 8600 dead Rnd wounded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - effort present at least behind breastworks Their enemies nro looking down upon them from tho heights that eneirclo tho town nwalting for them to fall nn easy prey through starvation Colonel May nard is awaiting the result of army red tape in tho matter of his cotut martial Tho papers in tho casu vcio lost in tho rout of tho right and wero foiuotteu In his efforts to savo tho left At uny rate no ono seemed to ctre anything about Takey and Jennie had ridden them from the battlefield each behind n cavalryman Ono morning nn orderly cnuio to Colonel Maynards tent and showed him n letter postmarked County Cavnn Ireland and addressed to the man who had assisted in tho escape of Cuiolino Dut theio wero features Fitz Hugh of tho nddress which led Maynard to doubt if it was not for some other Rati Â¬ Fitz Hugh aro ho exclaimed Why colonel yo a prisoner No I caino by the com tesy of Colonel Fitz Hugh to deliver this letter which I think is for you Aioyou Hugh Ratlgan Â¬ 01 nm gan of Maynard determined to go in quest Ratigans body or Ratlgan himself if ho wero not dead taking tho letter a with him IIo innilo a request which was graiWel flag of truce nnd tho next morning nfter nn enrff accom breakfast Colonel Maynard panied by Takey and tho little girl whom M ynard hoped to restoro to her parents i ch mounted and nil attend ed by n lieutenant and 20 men set out from Chattanooga toward Mission Ridge They met tho enemys pickets at tho bao of tho ridgo and wero con ducted to Rossillo Colonel Maynard nt onco requested that ho might bo nc corded nn Interview with Colonel Fitz Hugh if that officer survived the battle A mesccngtr was sent to summon him nnd ns ho had somo miles to go tho flag party dismounted wero taken Into a house wliero they nwntted tke officers nrrlval Kvcry attention was shown them and they wero mado a comforlablo as possible Two hours after tho departure of tho courier Colonel Fitz Hugh rodo up to tho door Tliero wns nlwnys n certain embar rassment between these two men which under tho circumstances was quito natural but which was heightened by tho hnbitunl dignity with which Fitz Hugh boro himself Thcro was uiurh to forco them apart nnd intirh to draw them together but it all resulted in constraint Fitz Hugh lifted his hat to Maynard then advanced nnd put out his hand Neither seemed to think of appropriate words of greeting nnd there worn n few moments of silence which woro broken by Maynard referring to his mission I am tho bearer ho said Colonel of n letter for Corporal Ratlgan though tho superscription gives a different titlo than corporal tho man who assisted mo on tho mission which you doubtless well remember I saw Ratlgan fall from his horso and suppose that ho is dead Am I right No sir Corporal Ratlgan lives JJe was severely wounded by a shot from your men IIo managed to keep his sad dle till his work was accomplishe when ho fainted through loss of blood For a timo his life hung in the balance Wo now hopo for his recovery I am rojoiced to hear it Perhaps this letter is for him Will you attend to its delivery If you will ride with mo toRingold whoro ho lies you can deliver it in per- fr Â¬ Â¬ Sir Hugh Ratlgan No mo father wns Sir Thomas Rat igan of County Cavan Iroland Perhaps thcro havo been changes and Maynard handed him tho letter Tho corporal took It and looked first nt the black seal nnd then nt tho hand wrltitf which ho recognized at once ns his nothori and read To Sir IIici Rntlgn United Statos Army Tennes see U S A ho said solMo brother Is dead emnly nnd then torn open tho envelope Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ said tho young baronet Darlln the world moves on quickly If yer pcoplo succeed in this war in loss than a quarter of n century yoll either free ycr slaves or bo a blot on the fic of tho earth why sho csclnimcd Oh Rnt did 1 ever inriit you Youvo sapped tho strength I possessed for my work I can never ngnln do my duty ns I havo dona it tints fu Darlln hi said drawing her nearer to him 0111 replace what Oivo taken Olll givo yo other duties tho dutls that belong t j I ho mistress of n flno estate tlio duties of n woman of high do country whero birth is ro grco In spectfd far nioio linn here With your vigor your strong impulses Guided by yonr moro steady light Yo muy eeonio ono of the mot influential wo ien In thn threo kingdom In her eyos eaine that humnrous twiuklo he had onco seen beforo when sho stood lu her buggy in tho road up in Tennc seo and tantalized him for his stupidity In having been duped by her It would bo nlco to bo To bo what darlln Lady mill she hid her blushes In tho ptllo on which hia head rested Â¬ 1 Â¬ chiefly among tho farmers of the country and going to moro homes than any weekly newspaper published on the face of the earth Is Tho Loading Champion Of tho Poople In all the great contests In which they are engaged against tho exactions of monopoly IS THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER published In America -THE CONSTITUTION covering tho nous of tho world having correspondents lu every city lu America and lu tlio capitals of Europe and reporting In full tho details of debates In Congress on nil questions of public Interest It Is THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER and as the exponent of Southern 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from Mlnrourl to California During the whole del ly unci failure to hrlne the promised relltf In financial matters Tho Cointltullnn lias heralded In season and out tha full news It has Klen phitti editorial utterances upon th eflvct of the trimmlnpand misguided policy of wreckage and moro bonds which events have shown to bo prophttlo In their unerring directness lift CONSTITUTION Salutes the free people who insist that the servants of the people shall not become their masters I It special arrangement the paper publishing tula announcement will be clubbed with THIS CONbTITUTIOX at the remarkably low rat uueed elsewhere In this Issno STRAIGHT CLEAN UNTRAMMELLED iJ SMALL TUFtKEYS Jl Tho letter ndvUcd him as ho suppos ed of tho death of his older brother and a tho title and estates of the family descended to him ho was adjured to go homo and attend to Ills nlVuirs naked May- Â¬ Is it ns wo Mippoicd nard Â¬ Â¬ It i3 Oim Sir EIuru truo enongh Mo brother God rest Ini Is gono Wo sympathize with you nt your brothers death and rejoico with yon at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 said Fitz Hugh your own inheritance All in turn took the corporal by tho hand said Yon must go homo nt onco Maynard How will Oi go homo when Oim enlrstcd for threo years or durln tho war Woll havo to got you out of that Your duties nro more said Maynard important in Ireland than ns n corpornl in our service Wo havo moro thann plenty of men ob I wish wo could say tho saino served Colonol Fitz Hugh Tho visiting party expecting to ro turn that afternoon had but little timo coconvorso upon anything except Sir Hugh Ratigans future and this they considered fully It was nrranged that ns soon ns tho baronet should bo nblo to travol ho wns to go through tho linel npply for n dlschnrgo nnd go to Ireland Colonel Fitz Hugh anticipated no difficulty in securing his permission to depart from tho Confederacy nnd as he was n British subject of rank it wns not expected that ho would bo hold to n strict accountability for tho part ho had taken in tho escape of Carolino Fitz Hugh especially as that act had been largely lost sight of in an event of greater moment tho battlo of Chicka maugn Those matters onco settled tho purty moved toward thu door wliero ndlous wero spoken then mounted nnd Â¬ Â¬ rodo nwny CHAPTER XXVII THE CUOICi OK A TOST Â¬ Carolino Fitz Hugh had watchod over That would Indeed bo n pleasuro Corporal Ratlgan every day sinco his Can you get permission to tuko mo so wounding nnd by eareful nursing had far within your lines doubtless saved his life It was not for lean try tho corporal to fall in lovo with his In that caso I may look by tho way nurso for ho had loved her over siuco 1 res for tho homo of this little girl the day ho first met her When tho cued her from the battlcfiold wliero she visiting party had lett tho houso sho was lost went back to her charge nnd utter a Colonel Maynard was required to fow words of synipajhy nt tho loss of give his parole not to uso any informahis brother putting out her baud franktion ho might acquire on the way and ly and with n smilo was permitted to go forward Yon Arise Sir Hugh sho said It was u singular party that crisp Oc- havo been on your back long enough cantering down tho You must get metl to sitting up and tober morning Chattuiioogu nnd Lafayette road the prepare to go to Irclaud and to nduiln recent bono of contention toward tku lstor your estate now deserted battlefield Muywird and DcHiiM h snld locking up t htr Fitz Hugh rodo together nt tke frsut wistfully Then enmo Jukey and Jcnnlo both Its timoyo wero breaking yourself mounted liko tho rest whllo n troop of of calling ino that You must forgot tho escort Confederate cavalry formed tho Confcderato holograph worker go homo Tho two colonels talked on everything and marry ouo of thu daughters of tho except what was uppermost in their neighboring gentry nnd settle down to minds Fitz Hugh soveral times atbecome a fluo old Irish gentleman ouo tempted to gnldM tho conversation upon of tho ruro old stock Maynards service to his sister in order Thats n fluo picturo yoro makln for that ho might mako n proper acknowl me nnd whatll yo bo dolu moantlmer edgment but Maynard foreseeing his Working for my country Intention ulwnys madu somo remark by And havent yo promised yo would way of thwarting him do uo moro telegraph worklu My pop lives down thnr said JenOh that duty hajcomu to nn abrupt nie pointing to ncnbin u inllo bolow termination I shall never nttompt it them agalu How could I nfter tha sacrifice They woro approaching tho horseyou and Colonel May nurd havo mado shoe for mo Dcsldci if soon wltlilu tuo fedLeaving tho Chattunoogn road they eral lines I should bo rocogulzcd nnd 1 followed another leading arouul the would then deiervo my fate ridge soon striking n third leading to Yod hotter abandon tho causo Reeds bridge When they enmo to the Never so long as it Is a causo So houso pointod out by Jeuulo n man wns long as my brother continue the itrug sitting nn tho fence or ouo ecctlon of glo 1 will bo with them it which happened not to havo been taken for firewood liko tho rest whitTlion eo long as tho Union nrmy ii tling n stick Catching sight of tho child mill ln lit Ira rnil a as tlio party rodo up he went to her Youll V no tucli thing You will and taking her in his arms covered her gp home whero your prosonco Is more With kisses Tho mother hearing tho needed to your mother to your tenexclamations rushed out and repeated ants Ireland need nil her landowner tho futhcrH cnresscH such ai von at limn TluUU vnnrmuW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ son Tho run sotting over Lookout moun tain shouo directly lu tho face ef May ird and lift party ws retn ulg from Ringold they rodu into Chuttnuoogn It wns a glorious October ovcutng and tho heights towering them covered by un seen Confederates reposed nbout tho town liko huge lions watching n wound ed nuimnl confldvut that nt lust it must fall into their power Dismounting beforo his tent Mnynnrd entered it nnd there found n letter from his wifo Sho begged him to coluo to her if it wevo possible mid if not to wrlto to her Ho road nnd reread tho letter ngrln nnd again mid then mado nn nttompt nt n reply After writing half n dozen nil of which ho tore np ho ubaiidoned tho tnsk in despair Ills position was too uncertain Tho sen tenco of tho court maitlal hung over him liko n sullen cloud What could ho say to her to comfort hor Ho woll knew that tho only comforting sho needed was to know that ho was not miscrnblo nnd of that ho could not ns sure her And so mnttcis hung for n week nivlng no duties to perform tho timo Tho Con passed all tho moro slowly federates wrru sending occasional shells from Lookout mountain nuit ns thoy wero harmless tho reports wero some thing of nioliof to Maynard breaklug Ho spent tho monotony of tho silonco much of thf timo thinking of what he would do lu caso tho sontcuco of tho court wero approved nnd cnrrlcd Into Ho formed ninny plans which effect At last ho sottlcd wero nil nbindoncd dowu to tho rcsolvo that ho would go to tho army in tho cast enlist wider an assumed iinmo nnd nwnlt tho coming of some missllo to end his career ns ho had intended nt Chleknmauga Ono morning nn orderly rodo np to him nud handed him nn order to report in person nt Gonernl Thomas head Calling for his horse nud for quarter his own orderly Jakoy to follow ho mounted nud in n fovcrlsh mood darted nway to oboy tho order What did tho summons moan Something definite in his nffaira had come nbout that ho felt reasonably sure of Porhnps tho papers of tho court in his case hnd been found Perhaps they hnd been madu cut in duplicate Tho lattoi supposition was tho most likoly Illf offense could not bo Ignored Indeed ho could not afford io havo it ignored The itutenco must bo either set nsldo or carried Into effect Dismissal would bo far moro desirable than living in suspense Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why They Aro llent 1or Kurly Market mid Cold Clliiintea An oxpcrlonco of over 20 ycara rais ing turkeys says a Vermont farmer en nblc3 mo to etnto positlvoly that tho medium tdzed bird is tho ono that can bo raised hero with tho greatest profit And what is truo of Vcsmont is truo of all sections of tiro cnuutry that havo long coM wiiaters mid lstu prings As n rufe turkoys cosninnc t Iny in Ver mont during tho latter part of March Even if thoy comment earliur it is not tafo to hatch tho younghters boforo tho 20th of Jlay nnd llmro uro moro hatched in Juno every year thnu in May to 0 This gives tho yomig turks 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE BEST COMBUSTED STALLION IN THIS OOUNTY TsBBJsHsUaS 8sBOsiKi5ttS3M tBsHsHBKBr iM nU jtrKfX v 1 months in which to got thoir growth nnd becomo fat enough for tho Thanks giving markft A flock of Narragnnsotts nt this time if they havo been proporly cared for will dress trom 10 to 12 pounds nccording to tho proportion of lions rind tonis nnd will look plump nud clean not piufcathery Tho Thanksgiving market is to tho turkoy vuisor what tlio early markets I havo ro nro to tho broiler misers pentedly known turkeys to holl in Bos ton tho week beforo Thanksgiving at 20 to 2J ceiitH whilo tjio weoli after thoy would drop 5 to 8 couts per pound nud stay thrre It doesnt need n magnify ing glti ss tn bco tho point Tho Narra gmsotts or oven tho common turkoy will bring in moro dollars nt Thauks giviug ut tho prices which rulo thou than th dr Mammoth brethren will ono or two months later nt tho prlco which rules nt that timo Â¬ 2ES25rrliiPtt3SiQrft THE WELL KNOWN STALLION Harry Wilkes Jr Will make the present season at my and at Hardinsburg farm- - 0 111 COKTINUKD Uncertain They stood still nud looked nt her Do you not they naked wnnt to bo n lady when you nro ijruwn up Their child gazed Into their faces won dorltigly sho answered brushing tho Forsooth tangled curls uwuy from her sad sweet Tlio wny styles are going I know faco not what to say No sho would not commit hcrsolf In aitvaiicoof the fashion Detroit Tribune TASTE mouth Indicates in your Bile and shows that your blood wrong NEATS SARSAPARILLA will set your blood right i euro your Dyspepsia Aches Nervousness Ialns Tone you up all over one bottle and be sum to for and and Try ask Neati U for m1 SfMta SartapArlll A It- by Ky FISHER DrUflfUt XlYrprtt Ioultry Notes Pullets nro not good brooders Pluinng symmetry nnd so on do pend on tho siro Oborvo which lions nro tho best layers nntl breed from them Givo fowls nil tho rango nnd exerciso that thu wcathir will permit this cold weather An eastern exchange says Eggs nro shipped to Nnv York from Belgium Thoy nro packed in flat boxes filled iu with cut straw Tho boxes hold from 00 to 80 dozen ench Tho loss by break Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting ngo is nbout tho snmo ns thoso shipped Respectfully from tho west in barrels Frolght avcr your patronage I am cents to 2 conts por dozages from 1 en whilo their prices rnnge with those for wostoru stock no modi- No condition powders no nothcino no patent egg food Safe and Sure T Ry FordsvlMe Branch L ladies Friend St L ing but tho samo common senso np MARK plied to tho hen ns to tho cow TRADE I WHITE T CROSS TIME TABLE No 24 mm a r It is tho mother that influences the Mr If TOurDrnsr- Wlilte Croaa I B I internal qualities A good layer if mat FmnaloTiiblrtslv I L I Rlat iloea not keep EFFECT DEO 30 1894 true remnlo ltet I E I them ndilresa ed iu tho right way will impress this TAKING ulntor Oimrou I T I l iiHOX01B IOUI8 BIO dcsirablo quality upon her progeny WcstBound Trains Hut Bound Trains teml or money re Â¬ S I 6T lrlce 8300 Tho roostejs nro liko tho drouo iu n Daily Daily Dally Dally funded hlvo useless oxcopt for tho purpose of ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No a No t Nol procroation lions wHl lay bettor and No6 1010am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am Texas R R Co Louisville St Louis 11 fiO 8 10 tho oggs will keep better without them Oarneld TfiO 12 05pm llarned It is mi Important item when tho 7 80 Hardinsburg 1222 3STO TOO Kirk 1268 hous arc closely confined ns is oftou Jolly 660 110 necessary during tho whiter to seo that Glendeane 630 123 Demnster 620 13S tho food nnd wator nro kept clear of rKalliltourhlv 000 155 Taking Effect filth 5 27 Itockvale 230 Huth 518 2 42 In fiolcoting n mnlo bird for breeding 5 01 2 fit Askins At 600 oclek Aa U Sunday Dee 30i IS94 4 50 tnko ouo that is bold nud lively iu disOaks 3 01 4 3ian 1 40pm AiFordsvilIeLv position glossy in plumage form woll developed broad full brwaat muscular Wut Bound Iratni Satl Bound Train thlglsa uud logn sot wc4 npstrt 62 51 M ii Mall Mall 4 liens exit considerable grass daring Bxprs Bxprs STATIONS Hxprs Ejpt tho Huminor nud something of alike naDally Dally Dally Dally turo cliould bo provided for thoui in 6S0pin 730am WUnn ptar 1 00pm 8 Sflpm wiuter 12 45 Kentucky St 7 11 815 6 45 736 8 25 7 25 Wettlolnt 1121 Put strnw in the rooUing places of Howard 8 24 7 SO jiltm 7 30 koop the ducks nud gooso It will help 147 7 47 714 8 45 llock Haven 7 07 Sick headache Longllranch - ISO them warm Chungo it often enough to 765 IU 1131 ULK Brandenburg868 804 keop clean 648 124 Kkroo Pains in the back 911 811 6 40 114 8 21 Guiton 9ia Ouo of tho host ways of keeping tho 105 630 Irvlngton Sallow complexion 9 30 8 30 hens nt woik this cold weather is to 069 614 9 3J 8 38 Webster 049 LodlburgLoss of appetite and 608 9 47 8 45 food tho grnlu nmong Ut tor mid let them 041 667 96tl 1lcrce 865 scratch it out Exhaustion 037 Sautpla 563 1000 900 028 Stepheosport 546 1009 909 If tho liens nro laying woll in winter 10 2d 6 40 1014 Addison 914 Thare is only one cure which is 10 2U thoy must havo limo in boiiio form 1020 538 Holt 917 1005 10 3d 6 24 Clovcrport 9 28 Givo thorn crushod oyster sliolls old UVER 931 JOJy Shops 621 100 plaster or bouoiucal 948 Skillraan 1060 6M 943 9 37 469 1101 llawcsvillt 964 Yellow com gives a yellow tlngo to 9 29 4 61 11 W 1strU 10 OS 9 23 1116 Falcon 1007 tho flesh of drosscd poultry Wheat nud 46 4 42 919 Cayco eTONICpELLBTS 1012 111 nccording buckwheat whiten it Fcod 1125 I twfport 9U 4M 1018 420 905 to the demands of your markot Powers One PlflJc PHI touches the liver and 1036 114a 4 OB 840 126Qim Pates 1048 Utfljin Owcnsboro A Peking duck lays from 120 to 160 removes the bile I Ofl 830 1069 1218 3 47 817 Mattlnely 1108 oggs in n year and it Is not bard to Om Tefltc Pellet nightly acts as a 1114 UM W 3 41 OrlBlth luuko a pair of young Pekiugs weigh 10 3 ST Stanley 616 1227 1119 gentle laxative in keening the bowels 1121 U 7 68 Washington 330 pound when 10 weeks old They are a 3 710 Heads open restores the digestive organs tones 11 S 142 r rofltablo fowL 7 42 Snottsvllle 318 U63 up the nervous systsui and nialces new hii 1269 lfSpiii 7 3t 31A Basftts rich blood Complete treatment two Mlm 1 15ra rllendrn Iv 720n Cry medicines one jnlie age Have yen HeHewed yHr HHbcrit Treatise aw sawplc free at any store iloitfar BW BBOWK KM W Xw Tttb Â¬ Â¬ Hardinsburg April 12th and 13th 15tli and 16th Holts Bottom and return each 9th day It costs no more to raise a fine horse than it does to raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one is much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes is 1 6 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs Service fee reduced from 12 to 10 to in- sure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 Ca L HAWKINS Â¬ III Â¬ I TIME SCHEDULE 24 Â¬ Â¬ Constipation Biliousness Cause RnMAUC I Children for lifv Pltohtrs Castoria i UK if mw j rnmmmmmjw iijb JSTJJF SENATOR BLACKBURNS GREAT SPEECH Secretary Carlisle 27--Iccial je mac 5e wr nr t v ntf rzjf x sainted names of Jofforson and Jackson in opening speech at Covington as soon as ho oath that it was I am willing to go farther that he was friendly to the silver metal but Protect put his foot on Kentucky sol to offer olthor and ii Mr Carlislo askod me to do It 1 will it is possible for us to bcllnvo that that support of tho horesy they preach us heaven from such dosocrationl Jeffer an apology or an explanation ior his com- Â¬ bellovc tbat is I will do my best in trying lcttor which ha wroto to Mr Smith In 1800 sons name conjured up to support Senator ing If ho camo In tho capacity of a private to bollovo mat carnsio novor maao mat meant nothing too Put them all togcthor and if they dont Shermans system as a substitute for his citizen hohada riclittocomo As a citizen speech at all I will go farther still and I liiHWorcd own Jofforsons memory outragod and his of Kentucky his Tight to bo heard by his will strain my best cDorts In tho direction provo that he was on thoso three tovcral Â¬ believing that Carlislo never did mako dates as stanch a friend of tho unlimited appear an honest purpoto on this earth I call shadow subpoenaed as a witness tosupport pooplo was as unquestioned and as unques- of speech either in Congress or out of it coinagoof sliver as I or you or any other Ow6ntoti Ky May tionable as olther yours or mine I am not any heavon to bo my witness whon I doclaro boforo tho barTf public opinion in Senator Blackburn to day addressed that it Is tho nurnoso that I cherish this day of tho theory and tho monetary system of willing to bollovo that ho camo In tho ca Â¬ upon tho sliver question but If bo is suc- Â¬ man If not how Is it possible to provo the pcoplo of Owen county on tho and this hour to tell this packed crowd of tno man wno proposes ana wno insists upon pacity of Secretary of the Treasury I am not cessful in endeavoring to explain away that anything by the English languago7 1 sub Â¬ witness against lim except himcurrency question IIo Bpoko in the Uwen County Democrats tno trutn mo turning over too nnanciai atiatrs ot tins willing to bollovo tiiat no camo ucro lor mo speech and I havo Itno doubt ho would liko poena no no ovldenco except that ol record Â¬ from tho memories ol now obliterate oiler mercies court house and there was not an wholo trutn ana notning out tno trutn as u country to tno tonaer who toldot tno panics fiurpoto or with tho vlow of ovcrawclng or of mon to blot it out from tho imperishable self 1 tender no hcrcsay testimony I submit tbo and us that the orof dictating to the sovereign tho Jefferson is tho man in inch of standing room left when ho Is involved thisthis question Tbcso are fin banks woro more of a monaco to ropublicai voters of my State what policy thoy ghould record of Congress but ii hu shall over suc- Â¬ Imperishable records tbat aro in print and Issuo and boforo I have nartlos to ceed In doing as ho has endeavored to do leavo tbo question for you to determine began and aknro number of iicoplo ished at least chorlsh the hopo that I shall institutions and civil liberty than was a adopt in tno settlement ot tnls great issue I But it may to answered that it docs not crowded tho doors unable to got bavo convinced you pcoplo tnat it is me standing army Jefferson IboJbunder tho I do not see tho necessity for him entering and as his trlends nppoar to think ho has a freo Secretary Carlislo explaining with him from plutocrat upon tho ono sldo and tho Demo- Â¬ man wno laid tno corner stone upon wnicnÂ¬ a donlal of his candidacy for any ofllce done tn every man away that speech and matter it in 1877 or 1878 or was 18UOevensil in llis audienco was in in tins country benevo ver man within tho clft of tho pooplo If ho wanted making thfc start and tho applauso givon to crat upon tho other side and ono is backed was built the superstructure fur a free gov- to his task that docs not affect tho validity of the ar- Â¬ bo a candidate or it in tho future he that It was not a lrco silver speech ernment for a free people by tho monoy his utterances was frequent and vo- Â¬ as tho monoy power of this country as well And Jackson tool Appeal Is made to shall over desire to bo a cnndldato for an is not yet accomplished It is just begun gument lie Is making to day as an antl power of foreign countries It is Is said ciferous Tho Senator and tho other backed bv nothlnc but tho him as a witnosa to spoak from tho silent ofilco within tho gift of tho pooplo or as ho thoro still behind him another stumbling lrco silvor man I agree tointbat But this contro- Â¬ ontitled to consideration It of tho pooplos representatives In block moro dilllcult to overcome Lidlos and Gentlemen t If 1 bad been Intelligence tho patriotism tho lovo of gravo in support of tho theories advocatod No court ol versy for another purpose permitted to elect a Jury boforo whom to country and tho manly courage of tho by thoso who doclaro to day that gold and iontucky no man within the limits of the SOME VOTES IN CONGRESS gold alono must bo tho money oftbo peo- Stato would Imprach his right to run and Mr Blackburn Shows how the Sec- Â¬ record would excludo It bet auto It is valu try the important Issue pending now in ac Amnrican rteonlo f Apnlnuso1 ablo by way of testing tho valuo of the tive politic boloro tho Amoncan pooplo retary has Shifted his Position I defy tho student or American political ple Jackson In his day and whilst Chlof so far as 1 know thero Is not a man within opinions expressed by mo witness to day within tho limits of my acquaintance 1 know history to point mo to a slnglo instance in Executive of this creat nation was criti tho limits of Kontucky that has any objecYou may possibly explain away a speoch of no spot to which I would have turned all tnat stretcn or tno contury mat ues do cised it is truo By somo he was ft bused by tion to his exercising that unquestioned but tho hardest thing upon this eurth to ox It goes to tho materiality and credibility of tho witncis himself If ho was a freo sil- Â¬ but it plain is a so readily as to this assemblage of honott hlnd us when the pooplo of this land wero somohis name and his administration woro and unquestionable prerogAttvo vote This speech was made on hearted sturdy Democrats who live in over confronted with tho sentiment of a roughly handled but tho criticism which seemed to mo to bo equally unnecessary for tho 21st day of February 1878 If my mem- ver man as long as ho stood In tho councils Owen county If I may not safely rost the question that reached as close to tho vitals was passod upon Jackson was because of his tho Secretary to onter into an olaborato do- ory servos mo but It I may trust my of tho country as tho representative and cause of tho old party boforo this people of freo government as the ono wo aro con- Â¬ nnnndltlnn tn thn tnnnnv nnnnr Thn onlv nlal in that Covington speech of tho cbargo memory and upon that recollection 1 mouthpiece ot tho people if ho never then surely thero is no jury outside of tnat sidering to day Your country In the thing for which he wasevor abused was his- - that ho had over been a friond ot tho silver dofy contradiction I think if you will changed thoso opinions until ho coased to 4 final arbiter that awaits us all whero we years behind us was wrecked by tho veto or a bank cnartor ana nis insisting metal to tho extent of advocating its freo go bark and oxamino tho unquestioned bo the pooplos spokesman and tho pooplos might expect to obtain justice Tho best convulsions of civil war your conti- Â¬ upon tho removal of the Qovornmont de ana unlimited coinage but wlietnor neces Â¬ and unquestionable records tho official roprcsontativo Hiid became tho financial the purest typo of Democracy that I know nent trembled boneath the tread of a posits lacKson a administration was criti- sary or unnecessary tho Secretary In his records of Congress itself you will find officer of the Government under this Ad ministration then I hold that this record wltnin tho limits of this land is to be found million armed men struggling for mas Â¬ cised and attacked becauso of his opposition spcoch at Covington did say that ho nover that I am right in this remembrance within the Stato of Kentucky This grand tery and poworj but even that dark and to tho banking power In common fairness had by spooch uttoranco or letter advo- Â¬ I entored Congress for tho first timo on tho Is admissible old Commonwealth novor knew tho pains bloody opoch from 1801 to 1806 fought let us admit that this administration is cated tho tree and unlimited coinagoof tho 4th of March 1876 Mr Carlislo camo SECRETARY CARLISLES ARGUMLNTS and pangs of an era of reconstruction It out upon tho field of carnage prosentod no never likely to suffer criticism Upon tho sllvor metal Beforo I havo finished I shall two years afterward on tho ith of March COMPLETELY DEMOLISHED gentlo submit to tbo decision of this audlonco the 1877 a day that for certain reasons Is re Â¬ never wore tho shackles forgod by tho pros Issuo to tho American pooplo more far samo score Applause Thore I am not going to rest on tbat Mr Car- Â¬ titution of military power that was Imposed reaching in its result more important in its men is tho issuo I havo begun a canvass question that ho puts in issuo lisle had a perfect right to hold those views membered as a black Friday In the political upon tho Statoa to tho southward you consequences than tho ono wo aro handling of this Stato of ours as tho opponent of the calendar of tbo Amorican pcoplo Un that Irom 1877 to 1800 ho had an unquestioned never passed through that humiliating ex- - now thoories of tho gold advocates as tho earn- MR CARLISLE RIPPED UP THE BACK soir samo day in tbo soir sumo iiour at tho right to chango them slnco 1800 ho bad a perlence that other Southern States wero solf samo moment that a fraudulent claim- perfect right to como beforo tho pcoplo of Your liberties aro at stake Translated est however humble advocate of tbo restor- Â¬ His Previous Itocord Mndo Public forced to enduro when their representation into plain English the question upon which ation of tho silver metal to tho placo that ant to tho presidency of this country took Kentucky and say hu was mistaken was was denied perverted and distorted when you are to rendor this vordlct means no less it held for nearly a hundred years on even I wont here boforo going further to do- tnooatu ot ollico as eulot Executive neaveti doluded was in error that net tbo double no man could find admission to tho cuuncil than tho reclamation or loss of tho liberties terms and without discrimination with tho claro that in anything I may say to day seomed to bo kindly in its purpose and ap- Â¬ but the single standard Is tho truo one Mo chambers of tho country that camo from a that belong to sovonty millions of freo peo Â¬ gold metal of thn land with rcferenco either to tho record of tho peared to want to mako somo sort of repa ono had any ground to complain if ho had 8outrn Statounloss ho woro upon his front ple Horo than a hundred yoars ago by MR CARLISLES APPEARANCE IN THE Secrotaryof tho Treasury or to tho recent ration to tho American pcoplo for the said that but I leavo him to rcconcilo his lot tho label of carpet baggor or scalawag your own strong arms and stout patriotic utterances of that gentleman I mean to be fraudulent induction of itutherford B present statements with his written and re CONTEST Kentucky has always been peopled by freo hearts you established as a pooplo your fair I mean to be moro than fair I mean Hayes into tho Wblto llouso and Bent John corded utterances as kst bo may bo ablo como to his men and freo women and too consequence claim and your right to entrauco Into the Thero to I had thought and I had roason to think to boagenerous 1 meanmanbo candid friond G Carlislo fur tho first timo to tako his I Now Ito everything utterances of to day has been that she has kept theso vestal fires list of the lrco nations of tho earth Upon that in tho discussion of this quostion in Its was time whon this point thut record holds stood tho toat as a member of tho Amorican Congress burning and her Democracy purer and tho field of battlo your ancestry did not presentation to tho peoplo of Kontucky for of tho people For his honored record In In that samo year on the oth day ol whether for or against him 1 tako up tho brighter than elsewhere upon this continent hesitate in proclaiming your right to inde- tholr consideration whether from a goneml the past we owe him a debt of gratitude I November 1877 three months beforo he arguments ho submits to day and without And within tho limits of this great old pendence to grapplo the English lion tho standpoint or from an individual stand- bavo no motive and could not bo urged or elthor did or did not mako tho questioned ny connection with his past record I State of ours among the one hundred and stoutest then as tho strongest now of all point that it would havo boon left for me lnlluoncod by any motive to do tbat distin Â¬ speech of February 1878 tho imperishable challengo tho judgment ot the Ameriian nineteen counties that cluster together to foreign powers ana waaing tnrougn tno to meet In debato those representatives of guished ecutlomun an injustice I havo and undeniable record of Congress shows pooplo upon them 1 havo scanned as care form this Commonwealth tbero is not one blood and carnage of sevon long weary the opposing theory that aro pitted Bgainst known him lone and Intimately I huvo that ho and I sat sido by sido und voted for lully as I can tho spew lies bo has mado whose Democracy in my judgment whose years of war they won that Cent they me in this contest I thought it might served In tho hulls of Congress with him tho Bland freo and unlimited sih or coinage since ho started out on his tour It is my honest purposo this afternoon to overlook devotion to liberty stands brighter or more emancipated the thirteen American colonies havo been considered safo ana fair for tho for sixteen years My Intlmato arquaint bill that passed tho llouso of Itcprssentn no material statement ho has given utterance unchallenged than that of the proud old from Knclish dependence to tho Grandest advocates of tbo gold metal to havo left unco and association with lilm have resulted tives by aid of our votes When 1 taw Democratio county whste citizens face mo herltago over bequeathed to mortal man this fight to bo sottled by two at least of the only in iucroasing my admiration for his In I should think ho whs a free silver man to In either of his s pet chop contest know to day Bo I havo a right to be satisfied tho position of a freo andlndepondont power distinguished citizens ot this Stato who are tolloctual gifts and piwors In strengthen- Â¬ thut day If he whs not ho was giving tho thatho was going into this No matter what tho verdict that may be challenging the admiration ot tho world In to day announced candidatos for tho United ing and deepening tho sontlmeut of per- Â¬ queerest votes that a goldbug over put on inir his ureal power as well as I do I confi dently believed tbat he was going to throw rendered horo in advance I annoUnco my your effort to block out a freo govern- Â¬ States Senate and who advocato thut gold sonal attachment that I cherish for him rocord slnco tho world began Appluuso readiness and willingnoss to accopt this Jury ment for your descendants They won our standard I expected to meet In debato Whatever fame ho has achlovcd I stand n That bill went to the Senate and Congress nuw ugm ujiuii iui inuu i ouuevcu mai without a slnglo challenge and leave the Independence for us then and the quostion and combat as best I could tho views of willing witness by whom to provo tbat ho adjourned and wo camo homo Un tho tho great financial head of tho Government iasuo of this controversy to your decision is to day will we surrender that Indepond ex Governor Buckner and ox Governor fairly earned it IIo has stood fur years first Monday of tho following December would bring something now into this ditcus I wnlted for it and I waited Impa Â¬ The shifting of politics is rapid and enco back to the British power now Ap- Â¬ JlcCreary Tho ono has como out in an recognized among the ablest thinkers of our about ono month nftur ho voted fur Mr sion great Foe a third of a contury or more plauso England trlod to hold us in sub- Â¬ open fair flat avowal for a slnglo gold country among tho boat lawyers tbat tills Blands Freo Silver Kill undor tho law tiently only to bo disappointed two great political organizations havo been jection by the sword ftnd failed Sho could standard That Air Carlislo has stated tho gold That grand old soldier whom It continent has known among tbo soundest Congress reassembled and tho Senate pass struggling for the mastery in this land ot not cow or conquor us with powder and delights all Kontuckians to honor and to statesmen that this generation has given to ed that bill that Carlislo und I had helped sldo of this controversy strongly no lair ours Questions of grcatimportance havo with ball but altor the lapse of a hundred lovo Is always I am prepared put through ttiu llouso It put on nn minded man can afford to deny I huvo IIo Is manly now the servico of tho country divided them Taxing systems and cur- years sho undertakes to conquer us by tho upon this Issue manly Interview ho throws to testify that to all this ho was honestly amendment which struck out that freo sil- not lived long enough 1 havo not como in In his rency systems bavo constituted two great moro insidious tho luoro cowardly but the down tho gauntlet or rathor ho accepta the and fairly entitled I havo korvod there ver chtuso and sent It back to tho llouso I contact w ith men onough in tho more than u contury measures pivotal issues upon which tho Hepublicans moro dangorous method by buying us with that had been thrown down to him olther in tho llouso or Senato with thisÂ¬ was opposed to it thou because tho clauso had half behind mo thathuvo never tho life that I met seen or and Democrats havo struggled with each gold Applauso penly fairly and foarUssly ho challenges Socrctary for sixteen consccutlvo continu- been stricken outthut gavatho right to coin lies other This contest is peculiar atloostln ous years nover dividing upon questions of and so was Carlislo op- Â¬ known a man who had more ability to stato peoThis is the issuo here Men toll you in thirty years the discussion of this question that ono sido the confidence and tho attention of tho Is an political character always together think the silver Itmetal It was for tho solf samo his case thnn tho present Secretary of tho this that for tho first time In plo of declaring that he you hear nothing of tho tarifl question It favored tho demonetization of silver and tho avowedKontucky by a slnglo gold standard ing together acting togetbor voting to posed to it and upon that bill us amend- Â¬ Treasury Ho of all men I havo ever known reason and was advocate ot from has boon temporarily eliminated favored remonetlzatlon of silver Let that he wants no remonetlzatlon of sllvor gether and fighting together oven upon ed by tho Senato that Carlislo either did can probably como tho nearest to making other The high protective us understand those tonus in order that wo Amorican politics Tho othor capable contlcman to whom I this silver question lor during nil thoso long mako or did not mako tho speech of tho 21st tho worst appear tho bettor cuuso That ho lias stated his caso strongly forcibly and tariff systom under which tho taxpayers of may intelligently pass upon this question havo alluded has clven not only from tho years it was my wont to look to him as ono of February 1878 tuts land lor so many yearsnave groanoa anu Tbo demonetization of silver means that stump in spoochos recontly dollvorcd but of tho acknowledged leadors upon pur sldo But that docs not end tho rocord yet If plausibly I cheerfully udmit but that ho oarth silver was onco rocognized as a lawful in staeirered has been stricken to the carefully and deliberately prepared in- Â¬ of tbo tame issuo over which wo aro bat speeches can bo oxplulncd away and if has Introduced any now elements into this and in its stoad a Democratic low grade so monoy of tho American pooplo Somobody terviews published in tho metropolitan tling to day It was ho who by his uttor troublesome votes can bo oxplnincd away discussion 1 am unnblo to discover For bo substituted saw fit for purposesdottbtless satisfactory journals monthat called fred trado tariff bill was of this and other States his post- - ancos leadership capacity and recognized thoro is anothor character of ovldenco yet instance stem tells youwhich tho present not a upon tho 28th day of last August I noed to themselves to chango that relation and tlon do not know that I could do him powor toworod up among tho advocates of and its genuineness will not bo Impeached etary s jsystemunder says wo iivo is IIo I is faulty Ho upon your struck it down by passing it not tconsumo my timo nor tronch V among tho pooplos If ho was nut a freo Silverman in 1878 hont porfoet law1 declaring justice howover honest my effort to toll tho double standard n r ji ii ii patience wjui any uiscuhiuii yi vuu iaiiu that silver should no longer bo a primary you what it is for thoaimplo roason that champions a pillar ot cloud by day ana a leust spoko like ono if ho was not a freo tolls you that whon tho present financial crisis struck us In 1813 wo wero possessed vears to como it is money for tho payment of debts That is after reading law At least for somo carefully and perusing and pillar of Oro by night guiding shielding silvor man in 1877 ho nt least Voted liko agreed upon all hands that it is hot an issue demonetization Kemonotization moans scanning thoso intorviows I am tin a bio to and leadini tho hosts of his countrymen ono but whother ho was in 1877 or 1878 of every substantial requisite of prosperity g in Tactive puimi simply to restoro silver to tho position that toll you what ho is for I am unablo to toll from tho darkness of a condition of bond- - in favor of freo sllvor unless ho Is a most and safety oxqept a monetary sjstem that mnv aa wnll coma direct without pref It held in years gono by Surely wo can all you which sldo of the quostion he is on and ago into tho open sunlight of promise It was tho samo unfortunate man in tho expressions that ho was not safo or sound ace to theonb great pivotal national Issuo understand that If thero was n man throughout that uses not when talking hurriedly in tho ox systom thon that you huvo to day It was do not think I am at fault in that for I do I that is nbw absorbing the attention of tho Again they toll you about tno ratio notbelleveho knows what ho Is in favor of period of Blxteon yoars in blther house of citcment of debate as I am speaking now n singlo gold standard that day and it is n American people and that is tho currency that ono metal is to bear to tho other any bettor than I do I do not believe that tno federal Congress mat stood but whon in tho quiotof his own chamber single gold standard this day I assort that question When we como to look at that That means nothing except tho number of Gov McGreary and you and I and all the among the trionds of tho silver metal ho sat down doliberatoly and thoughtfully not a singlo statuto law has been put upon thq books of this country sinco that timo we find new and novel phases to contem- - grains of sliver that shall be equal to one balanco of tho world combined unless wo as its ablest and boldest champion it was to wrlto a lcttor Ho wroto a letter Tho parties irf the countryare fli grain of gold The country is familiar be guided by omnipotent wisdom can tell tho ono who to day appears upon tho bust L plate In 1878 wo passed what is known as tho that at all changes altors or modifies your Mr Carlisle declares vided upon this Issue and yet it must bo ad- - with that expression which is upon every which sldo of this controversy ho is on He ings in Kentuckys canvass as tho avowod Bland Allison Bill That was a silver coin monetary system mittod however unfortunate tno condition lip 10 to 1 Sixteen to ono simply means says he is a bimetalllst provided you will enemy of that motal and tho advocate of ago bill and tho Socrctnry votod for it and that in 1803 whon tbo crisis struck us our that both tho Republican and Dcmocratld that sixteen grains of silver shall bo con- Â¬ use one metal IIo says that ho Is In favor tho slnglo gold standard Tako his record so did I But it put a limit upon tho laok oi safety consisted in the fact that our parties to a degree themselves are divided sidered equal in value to ono grain of gold or tno remonetlzatlon or sliver provided I will not dwell upon that spcoch in Feb- amount It said that any man that held monetary sjstem was not a sound one uponthls great question It is not in my They tell you about tho parity between you dont remonetizolt He says thatho Is in ruary 1878 when lie and I woro mombors sliver bullion should huvo it coined at tho Then I answor that It is not sound now power to overstate tho Importance of this these two metals Translate that into plain favor of using both gold andsilver provided of tbo llouso together However ho may mints of this country and stamped with tho Yet ho tells you in tho samo breath that issue It is not within mortal power to dd English and it simply means un equality of you will wait until the balanco of the explain It whatever portion of It he may American oaglo us t dollar but said thoro you must preserve and hold on to tho mon Â¬ justice in this attompt to describe tho the value of motals The metals aro at world and especially Great Britain shall contond has been misconstrued no matter should not bo loss than two nor moro than etary system as you havo It to day You must not chango it and yet it is not a safo consoPUencos that depend upon a parity when a gold dollar composed of so give you nor royal permission ana allow wnut courso ho takes that speech or John four millions u month That was tho only or a sound ono G Carlislo deltverod on tho 21st of Febru- Â¬ limit tho Bland Allison Bill put upon tho the settlement that you are to mako of this many grains is equal in valuo to a silver vou to do it Applauso tissue Thero can bo no question presented dollarcomposed of sixteen times that many I had believed if I hadnt boliovedIat ary 1878 In tho House will go sounding coinage of silver In 1890 tho Republican IIo tells you further that In 1834 when that reaches more directly to every mrj grains These aro the elementary propo- Â¬ least hod hoped that I might havo been down tho ages as tho ablest tho boldest tho party passed a bill known us tho Sherman tho ratio of sixteen grains of silver to one andovery woman within tholtmlts of this sitions it is necessary that we shall under Â¬ pormltted to settlo this controversy with most unansweranio argumont tnat over Bill which repealed tho Bland Allison Bill grain of gold was in oxistence when tho land than does this money quostion In stand before beginning to discuss this ques theso distinguished citizens and oxGoV was submitted by a mortal man upon thq and mado It compulsory upon tho Govern mints of tho country woro open to tbo someoof Its aspects it is even inpro import tton and I trust and bollove there is no errors or tnls Utato wno aro contesting floors of Congress In support 6f tho silver ment to buy four and uno balf million every colnago of both silver and gold on even Ttant than the tariff It Is true that it is a room for a failure to comprohond it No this battle with mo but it Booms in that I metal If his uttorances of to day require month but expressly provided that at the terms without discrimination that condi- Â¬ matter of no srriall significance to tho pro master how young the child it is easy for was mistaken It occurred to mo that I answor it is not necessary for you or me to ond of tho year tno Government might tion drove this country to the singlo gold during elements of this1 country whether him to tako in theso postulates whicn are was heavily onough handicapped boforo I make tbo reply ho has hlmsolf answered Stop tho coin ago altogether I votod against standard and that from 1834 to 1873 wo I yOut taxcB are to bo high or low j but it is indispensable- to an intelligent consideration have at oppononts every man who had been himsolf Thero Is not a proposition in tho tbat Sherman Bill becauso it stoppod tho had nothing but a Bingle gold standard or still more imporianco to you w imvu iuu of thfs question Applauso uovernoror JtontucKy tnat was lolt un speocuea ueuvorou by mm at Covington coinage of tho silvor dollar So did my deny that that Is correctly stated but for money question settled upon a fair and buried except one Gov McOrearyGov Memphis or Bowline Qroon the orror ant colleaguotho present Secretary of t lie Treas- tho sake of argumont will admit his state THE ISSUE PLAINLY STATED honorable basiri Buckner and Govt Brown havo all shied falsity of which ore not complotoly shown ury IIo and I had not parted company ment A single gold standard at tho ratio Whafrhatlers it td you or to mo whother Tho Sherman System Declared to their castors In this ring and announced by his own utterance in 1878 If tho poor yet Vo wero working on parallol lines In of sixteen grains of silver to ono of gold wnat manors iv our taxes Do nigu or iow have Struck Sown Silver for tbo Senate plo of this Stato or Country want a moro short harness together Ho and I andovory with the mints of tho country open to both themselves candidates to Us whether our taxes be ono dollar or Now let mo bogin by saying that thero Proctor Knott is tho Only ox Governor whp complete ana crushing answer to blspres Democrat In that Senato chamber In June metals ho tells you in 1831 drove us to a two dollar yoat provided wo have nbt never wero but two rnqhotnry systems in is not a candidate But it seems that the ont arguments than any of us can furnish 1800 votod against tho passagoot tho Sher single gold standard and that we kept on It niiv dollar with which td pay olther this country Yet In tho samo NVhon you established your frlondsof the gold metal were unwilling to thoy can havo It in his own utterances of man law which repealed the colnago pf the from that day until now speech in tho same breath he tolls you if This moneyquestlon reachos to thr pocket Indepondenco a monetary system Was estab Â¬ leavo tnis controversy to do sottiea between sovontoen years eco silver motal of every citizen of this great contlneutof lished by tho American people Up to the parties litigant Surely theso men were But to day ho tells us that that speoch At that timo thero was u gentleman by you open tho mints of this country to day ours It challenges your test Judgment that lime wo lived under tho English sys Â¬ numerous onough and they can prove by was misunderstood He says it was not tho name of William M Smith a member to the freo colnago if both metals aro on your soberest thought The most careful tem of pounds shillings and pence But it me if my testimony la noodod that they intended in advocaoy of freo silver Lot ot your Stato Legislature from the county even terms on the samo basis of sixteen to consideration that is possible forany Intel- Â¬ was thought by tho founders of this Gov were ablo enough to tako care of their own us stop by way of parenthesis here and of Gravesdown in tho Democratic Gibraltar one it will put you on a sinclo silvor basis Liko causes produco like ligent prudent patriotic citizen to gtvo to ernment that a nation of pooplo who bad flshts inqulru what that torm means what is free known as Jacksons Purchase tbo First but how is this effeqts under similar conditions In 1834 anyiswe is what this great question de been ablo to achieve its own Independence But tho advocates of Wall street did not silver 7 It does not moan that the sliver district Mr Smith was thon a member of coinage of mands ana snouiu receive at your nanus from British power ought to bo able to es Â¬ feel safe in thoir keeping Another factor metal Is to be coined into dollars and scat tho Kontucky Legislature from Graves tho unlimited us on slngloboth metals on gold standard a IlBMrf to dav to make mysolf understood Ho is to day tlo Unltod States that basis put tablish and maintain its own financial or had to bo brought into this fight a bigger tered broadcast through tho highways and county If It be possible by eyery human being monoy system Consequently an Ameri roan in their judgment was needed to bo bodges of this country It does not moan District Attorney for tho District of Ken- Â¬ whon ho swears and avows that in 1805 the Within the sund of my voice It Is my can citizen of that dato the ablest thinker sent for Achillea had to bo produced in that tho silver coin Is to bo mado freo to tho tucky with his ofilco at Louisyillo Mr freo coinage of both metals on tho samo Mirpbse to talk in English stfplaln and so the brightest statesman the truest cltlzon order that a successful assault might bo American people to help thoms61ves from Smith wrote Mr Carlislo a letter on June basis will put us on a single silver standard foofliDrehnsibI6 that neither man nor and patriot whose name stands out bright made on those sturdy Trojan walls within tho vaults of the Federal Treasury That 13 1800 in which ho said Tho Farm Â¬ Men of common sense aro loath to accept child who have est among that shining Hit of immortals which the advocates of the double standard Is not froo silver The freo and unlimited ers Alliance of Graves county are incensed as truo such preposterous conclusions Hvomah nor1 If a made Bald Hie the compliment of their presence that blaze upon the imperishable pages of stood safely entrenched A precedent bad colnace of silver moans this That it Is against you bocauso you voted against the it that uswillgold peoplo thon how happens make us a silver peoplo now it hereshall fail to underetarfd precisely what your history tbo author pf the Declaration to be set a newdeparturo in American pol col nod and minted free tho Government Sherman bill which provided for tho pur Â¬ it But that is not all not Si earl to Indulge in of National Independence tho draftsman itics had to be inaugurated I mean I do misleading terms The Cabinet makes no charge for minting it that any chase of four and a half million of silver says that bimetallism that ho tells us Ha is impossible that it have of the first pltfprm that was ever adopted had to bo detailed to rally upon tho hust citizen can oomo with his silver bullion to bullion every month They are mad at eatch phraea or so moire patience with the political shy- - by a National Democratic Conyontlon insts Tho officers of the Interior Depart the mints of this country and havo it coined you and I want an answer from you in is impossible for any country to keep both - Ur wbd by such methods and such ap- Thomas JelVenon was tho author of the ment ot the Agricultural Department and into monoy and tho stamp of tho American the nature of an explanation of that vote gold and silver in concurrent circulation as yManeoa would seek to hoodwink and mis-- law ot 1702 passed by Congress that kicked bf the Treasury Department must bo closed eaglo put on It without cost or charge by and I want It for publication Mr Smith the monoy of the people I never under leadthe people than J have for he quack the English monetary system into thq At and locked whilst thoso great heads of the Government for Its coinage That is got his answer and I hold it in my hand stood any advocates of tbo double standard doetor or shyster lawyer in their pro- lantio ocean discarded it spurned It and tnoao great Drancnea or toe uovernment freo silver and that is all it does mean I moan to bo fair I will not road oxtracts to contond that It was nocessary In order to FMMOflv sent It back to that despotlo shore whose were to be sent out deployed Iko drum Â¬ Tho unlimited coinage of silver means that from It but will read it alj if it bo possible havo bimetallism to keep both metals In THE TRUTH FAIRLY STATED driveling clutches our forefathers had just mers on the road to take tho stump to thero shall be no limit put upon ifae right for Mr Carlislo himsolf who is a master of concurrent circulation that is at the same is the a proposl time and at the same ratio The Senator Give Sis Honest Oon- - loosened from our throats Tbo act pf save the sinking cause of gold monometal Â¬ of the holder and tho owner Pf the allvef tho Ergllsh language to stato understand contention wo aro making Tbat not not That Is 1792 constituted the first American mone lism In this country I havo no objection bullion to havo it coined Tho two terms tlon so plainly that an Idiot can vtotlOBS bimetallism nocossarily You have Man tell vou and you read la the dally tary system wo had That was tho system to this but I can not imagine what induced joined togotbor the free and unlimited coin It I will leavo It to you to decide if he did bimetallism and not have both may circu- Â¬ metals the adoption of this policy unless it be the ace of silver mean that any man who has hot succeed in his effort in this letter It of the country that the Issue pro- - given to you by Thomas Jefferson an equality of value at tbo samo lating at There never has to this blessed hour been desperation of the gqld cause which was sliver bullion may take It to tho mints and roads wntod now which u absorbing the atten HonWraM Smith Mayfleld K- y- time Tbat bimetallism may exist with people fa a oontest between but oneother system established npon this pending In the balance Perhaps that is have it coined in any amount that be tUlM of correct explanation Perhaps it was pleases no limit upon the amount and no Doar Sir Your favor pf tho 13th Just re- Â¬ only ono metal In circulation Is a fact monometallism or single standard gold continent and that was the system estab not Every Democrat in tho State which absolutely can not bo succersfully of necessary to do this to make this In charge for the coining Suroly that Is easy ceived aide and raenpmetalHstuof lished in 1873 by Senator tjherman the one t upon We may have both metals votod against tho Sliver btl at it was controverted upon uiq umer unto ana tnat is ine system unaer which ovation to set this new precedent in order enough understood n single Hanoaru tifsw Now ho insists that ho has novor finally amended and reported by the Con Â¬ in circulation at equal values and a corner kUs The man who make this statement we live to day JeSsrsonf system gave you to illustrate the consistency with which this what Is called the double standard Trans Â¬ Administration carries out lis civil service changed his opinion that he stands to day ference Committee becauso we believed It may be made on gold and If that bo dona s jump speaker the newspaper editor Applause whero he always stood that that speech Was worse than tho existing law If the silver takes Its place for silver is money as man Wq present tms as tue uue tee lated into XBglUh that means that St was pplicy MJ woll gold corner mado on gold and silver as the It rosy be that this Administration needed made in 1878 seventeen years ago whibh Farmers Alliance ofGrayes county bolloveÂ¬ sllvor asthen goldOr if a out fromboIts hiding l nendg before the people pf Kentucky based upon bc comes people of th pmUyr le Wt deaU meuey of the AmerieM people The sys Â¬ to give some signal proof to the American the peoplo of Kentucky which every mai that this Republican measure which sub place in answor tp tho and the the tem of Senator fiherwan gives you what is people of its consistent civil servicq policy in both houses of Cong re4 which every stantially stops the coinage of the silver made for It by the people universal demand bag MY y W WW- - This not question Vetweesi a single called a siagle standard Translated into In chopping off the head of a third or fourth Intelligent man within the limits of this dollar after one year fa better than the Vwit Tho fluctuation and oscillation of the two for land or nn the face1 of the earth understood Dftmocratia law of 1878 tbey are of course anu uui4 miw wmmw MsglUh that smbs Utat the Sherman sysÂ¬ clsss clerk In tbepuMlo printing Mb metals Is what constitute is but I snywjtefe upofl tan Mrw tem leaves you gold as the ooly primary the graye crime be committed ii writing te be a powerful plea for the free and unÂ¬ pntltled to their opinion original do not agree known as the elasticity of a tbat which cur- Â¬ pUtn blmotalllo llouso bill letter in favor of the re limited coinage of silver he tells ns for tbo with them When tho MBgMHiver money of this people and ttruek downsil to hb peoplo mas MvooMtsK monetizstion of the silver metal Perhaps first time last Monday ono week airo to was undor consideration in tbo Senate I rency and therein consists tho protection of preetwM metals a tha redemption hummto th ver from the That if the iaewe aid that Is all the Iwue it was necessary to show that this Adminis Â¬ daythat that was not the Contention Voted to amend it aq as to proyldo for the that Is given tp the people Tho money people for m wiws never U for you to determine which of the two tration was consistent when it takes the tnat and the ptoney changer can construction put apot it was not froe and unlimited colnaeo pf the silver holder It KsiTin T mv saw I whether the Jesfcraon otjtbe dmoUl head off the shoulders of a fourth class the true one Per seventeen years be rested dollar and that amondment was adopted npt comer both but ho can as e uh a torn IM us deal wriy you like mattem sot to me clerk or daring even In private oorrssppn Under all the etteomlums ana compliments The House however refused to agree to this we know by sad experience corner either us Ull UietwtiiWUM Bbecms system ike who agrees with me or who opposes mei dsnoe o express his views upon this Impor Â¬ uh him as the ablest advoeate of the coin amendment and then a conference com ono Nothing glvos value to either gold or my fairsets tant juestlon by sending out the heads qf the age of silver but at last he has discovered mlttse was appointed which struck out sllvor except the demand that the people fiff Um truths That does not fiewnt tke I am hu No man pan coinage entirely and this Is the hill I make for It As you ncrssso tho demand that it was all a mistake that that speech the humble various dspartmcAts ofgoyersmeottojola That doss jaottruUAiUv ttoe wheal mt I stood hose te a fcJrl for that metal you Increase the price of that you agslMt JtalMilMtatMM ooatrovawy JwlllteH apostle of the Jeflemoaian origmal Demo in the dust and the fray of the eonfliet upon was not In favor of sUyeriit thst fcqwee voted of the bjlU I send truly by wa1 all metal against Ji eoiigeihen as hsyjs against thrne If there Is more demiaud for sllyer Very s cHc lyetem of money in this country asd the stump prho W psttlM Nr Upon tl and less demand fpr gold the price or silver Hut hewsysr this may be Whatever may It now re m nouung wrt ior us except JUIlfl U UAKHStJiK stsiuU aitayed the advoU oi tde sia opposing the repent day dleeoveryof Jobs Now I submit in common fairness It goes up while the price of gold goes dpwn he be the explanation is a matter of Httle con to accept bis disclaimer and denial Know ioM standftrd sttd upen Mw other aid Shwroas of Ohio and the Between thorn pern to me and doubt not pf even less Ing him it intimately and as wall as I do may be that his vote for a free and un Â¬ FMHT W MWMN IELDNM Tg THE ApomuM j arrayed the at wy that wprests the lususataUil 1 admit that those whose concern to you I have no explanation to I do not hesitate for an instant to accept limited coinage of silver bill on Noy ember MAX WHOlwES THC KIT - two you choow Jftaafeaef iMMwmw Vrm w satUned tbst that o 1877 does not wove that ha was a friend Cabinet Uklng the stump In bis iimUJtr These is whve thn imposts at what Is Mto bsik gold utd isllver neither on btit views dUbr from mine are to day illiug make of the HMSch was not a silver speech although of the silver metal and It may be tnat his tsKsstd the oftioQ pomes this ftghLsad I do not think ft ws nsnassj this country with their loud clamoring wkat U meant ISUM for tks Secretary of the Tmnsury la hb for seventeen I years I was wilting to make paeon on jraoiiwry si tarn aoss not prove hy the opslcU tit right of s aim to ymea u l wsi ever moraa oy appealing to the hallowed sod well nigh and Doiuollslicd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - t Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ ns 1 m V iMra pce Mw lw lit psom Hr kawI Ut te It dy 4y W sytetht I if j fu X2 XJ JL E2 IVt JE IXT fX sat ad Tht I our geld yeu Mod tha prke et gold up WgsjM contract to pay in either money ho chooses well nigh sevonty years there had boon gold come to thl country bocauso it get Of gold which U alone tho redeespttoa than tbe cost of production ad wiaast the brsach between gM Tho ltw of trade Ihe law of falrnoss the coined at tho mints ol this country and put bettor interest hero than It could get at money of the people He says In round only chaaee for the paymet of thl debt to law of Justlco require that that right of Into circulation not eight million but ono home These XngllshraoniBd Uorman numbers that there are about two thousand I submit It to you sot a fiMBoier net m silver We fted a message dollar in circulation of all de Â¬ specialists but a mon or good hard com cress tolling u to pa a Mil autboriafag option ib all belong to tho debtor and not tho hundred and Avo millions of silver money are not so kindly disposed to u a to send million of scription gold sliver greenback paper mon sense and tell me mr countrymen If me secretary or tfie Treasury to toll tmj creditor If I owe you a thousand dollars only eight million dollars I grant you but lliolr gold dollar hero for Investment limply it is I who should havo the option it U I nearly ono hundred million of dollar of for our benefit They send them hero bo Treasury notes gold certificate and silver the world Ittelf doe not produce enough amount of bond not exceeding fly hun Â¬ old each year to pay the interest on your dred million payable Interest and ptiai who should havo tho right to say whotber I half dollars quarters dime and flvo cont cause tbey get as much security and moro certificates nlcklo and copper that tht ebt if you had It all and you are not even pal In gold and gold alone Thank will pay you In ono or tho other of tho law plocoa of silver money was floatod upon satisfactory rates of intorcst than tbey get two thousand million dollars it the standard ful moneys of this country If tho option tho land Would It not have been fair to at home Your gold would not go abroad by which tbo value of thl country aro the iirst gold producinc nation of tho earth heaven that Congress would not obey that In silver or havo told you that Instead of eight millions the other nations of the world would not measured I say that it not truo or if it Is but If wo had all the gold and that Is order that Congress by a vote In both is given to pay a debt either gold who should hold and who should ex Â¬ thoro had boon ono hundred and five mil- Â¬ send their silver hero They would make true these advocates of sound currency are not enough to pay the interest on the debt branches refused to knuckle down and obey Do you say that the lions of sllvo1 Rut would it not have been nothing if they did they would lose by to day upon an absolute flat money basis abroad bow in God name can we over that command that Congress declared that ercise that option If so it is no op- fairer still If the Secretary after telling tbo operation tboy would pay ocean Whenover you put una standird ol meas bay the principal of the debt if that i to It would not add to the already heavy bar creditor is entitlod to it You can not do it den that rested upon the bowed bent back you that should have gone a littlo further freight both wavs and add onouch silver urement by which to determine values If It be paid lu gold alone tion at all of the taxpayer of thl country that mirth If I owe you a thousand dollars and both and told you that bet woon 1792 and 1800 out of their privato pockets to bring their consists of anything except the final monoy It is impossible Thoy tell u of tho dlro calamities that more of an Interest bearing cold bonded 100000000 moro of honest sliver had ratio up to ours and then go back with their in which all debts are to bo redeemed it m silver are good monoy under the foldand land should I not have the right come into this country Spanish Mexican silver worth exactly what it was whon they a fraudulent lystom a rotten system a fiat aro to befall tho American people if we debt May the great God forget to be system with nothing on earth behind it to pass an unlimited free coinago law A I gracious either to me dr mine if I ever do TLey aro not idiot to discharge that debt or meet that obllga and Canadian coin and boon added to tho started Rut Mr Carllslo toll you that you must make it good What sort of a position i a have already told you wo have heard those while standing upon tbe floor of the Fed Â¬ Would it not have tlon with oithor a thousand dollars of gold money of the peoplo No ssys the gold advocate the been fairer for tho Secretary to have added not remonetlzo silver bocauso If you do party that claim to be par excellence tbe throats before They never were fufllled eral Congress as the accredited representa or silver right of option belongs to the creditor and that the American Congress had passed a the banker who has the cold will go with advocate of a sound financial system and Everything happened under the act of 1678 tive anu numoie but l trust nonest s poses- when you come to pay him a thousand dol Â¬ law making legal tonder these one hundred his cold dollar and buy 2 worth ot silver then tolls you it is measuring all valuo on that Sherman never predicted would come man of a brave bold people mav heaven If thore I but 025- - and not a blessed thing over did happen deny to me it blessings ifever I cast a vote lars ho says give It to mo in gold and I sy milliot s of foreign Spanish Mexican and and go to tho mints and have It coined a fiat money butt I havo not got It but I havo it in silver Canadian silver which was equivalent to into two dollars where he originally only 000000 of redemption monoy in the Coun that bo told ua was coming Dut they tell to issuo a gold bearing bond as an additional had one Do you believe such transparent try u there l but one minion or unai reÂ¬ U that dire calamities ato to befall ua If we burden upon tbe debt paying class of our You refuse to take that and send mo off to our having coined it ourselves The Republican party tried to Would it not havo boon a fairer state- sophistry as that 7 If that silvor bullion demption money aye if thoro Is but ono pas the law restoring silver money to tho people find a thousand dollars in gold Ono is as much money as tho other under the law I ment if instead of telling the people that were worth 2 the banker would never buy Gods blessed dollar in all Ibis land of our system of this country 1 do not believe drag us into that and I refused The Dem find but one man who has a thousand dol- Â¬ eight millions of silver had been furnished it for ono dollar of gold unless he was of final redemption money then that single It Hut suppose for the sake of argument ocratic Administration may make tbe same lars In gold and I am bound to get it so I to you from 1792 to 1873 If he had told you trading or trafficking with a fool Why dollar constitutes the standard by which all that it is truo I answer and ay to tho effort but God helping me L shall continue Secretary and to all the other advocates of to refuse until Idle Applause am bound to tako it on bis terms I am that 206000000 of silver had been put would a man who owned two dollars values in this land aro measured You gold who think with himLmoro trouble ha What it the spectacle presented beret bound to pay him what rate of intorcst ho afloat in this country and made legal tonder worth of silvor sell it for one dollar In cold not cot away from it peoplo already como moro suflering has already Mr Sherman for twenty threo year has But that is not all He tells the But that Is not all whon ho had tho samo right to go to the sees lit to chargo me for under your right of by tbo law of tho land option it is the only coin in which you are I wish it wero Ho tells you that you must American mint and havo two dollars mado that Jefferson stopped the coinage of sil beon imposed more poverty has already Dcon trying to get convert to misnnanciai it as tho gold purchaser would have vor in this country That Is again a mis boon ondured as tbe result of the Sherman policy of his He never Tound a witness That is unfair adhere to a slnglo gold standard because It is out of willing to accept payment You can not believe leading statement It wa under tho Ad- Â¬ taw of 1873 than even you claim can be until now For nearly a quarter or a cen Â¬ but the right of option by the gold advocato absolutely Indispensable and necessary to after tbo transaction ministration of Jefferson that tho coinage brought upon the American peoplo by the tury he has stood there upon tbe floorif Is claimed to belong to the debtor and then conduct our business with tho foreign na that Rut thoy insist that the silver dollar Is of the silver dollar waa alopped but if tbo passago ot a si Ivor bin wo navo gone tbe Senate trying to explain that thedU they say you mujt keep tho silvor and gold tion of the world I answer and say that at an equality of value IIow can I when the hoavieit transactions wo ever had with a dishonest dollar I do not believe It great Secretary of the Treasury wanted to through more of It than oven tbo gold monetisaUon act of 1878 wa openly lion you givo the right of option to tbo man to tbo foreign powers of the earth wero from but If I did I would say retire it from cir bo candid wltn tho poopio who wero listen advocates predict tbo possago of tbe silvor estly and fairly passed Over and over Honest men do not advocato tbo ing and who bad so ollon honored him and act could over bring to the peoplo of this has be sworn to it over and often has he whom the debt Is duo who domands tho 1866 to 1679 Thoro never was a period In culation labored in tbe Senate in hi speeches to That Increases the demand American history when your foreign trade circulation of dishonest monoy Thoy say who up to this very hour so confidently land dearer motel 1 beg you to remember my friends that prove it I never yet know htm to succeed for gold and sends the price of gold up Re- and your foreign transactions were hoavior the silver dollar is only worth fifty cents trusted him If he wanted to bo fair why fusing to take silver lessons the demand for in volume and yet during those thirteen where it professes to be worth ono hun did he not go on and tell them why Jef- more than seven hundred million oi the in convincing anybody of it truth except silver and Bends tho price of silver down years whllo Europe was standing upon gold dred Tbon for heavens sako retlro it ferson stoppod the coinage of the silver civilized pooplo of the world to day stand himself But now after the lapse of twenty What is dollar It was bocauso wo could not koop upon silver and not upon gold It is truo two yean ho finds a witness In his Cov Â¬ low or and you force still wider apart In and silver tbo United States nover bad That is half way counterfeiting England ington speech tho Secretary of tbo Treas A man who pushes upon it at home It was at a premium over gold Europe is upon the gold basis value tho two monoy metals In the country oltber You bad by law declared a guspen a counterfeiter But whon you givo the right of option to tho slon of specie payments and for thlrtoon tho public that which purports to be worth it was at a premium over sound money demonetized silver in 1810 and tried but ury rnnnfltl thn nfCrAnpatnililnclarntlnnt of man who pays the debt either ono answors yoars wo did manage to carry on our heavy a hundred cents when in fact it is worth because of tbo extra amount of pure silver nover cot but one nation to follow hor ex rBonator John Sherman and asserts that the How much better than a coun- it had in it The minute you issued a sil- Â¬ ample until 1873 Sbo did lnduco tho assassin act of 1878 was an open fair and his purpose lie at onco says givo mo a foreign transactions without oithor gold or nothing I congratulate thousand dollars in silver It pays my dobt silvor Wo sottlcd our balance in trade as terfeiter is tbo man who propose to con- ver dollar from your mint it commanded Kingdom of Portugal to demonetize silver manly ptoco of legislation tinue to forco upon tho honest peoplo that a premium of from 2 to 3 per cent It was in laiu but xortugai was moro just ana Mr Sherman upon having found a dis Â¬ as well as gold and It is easier monoy to get they wero alwaya sottlcd But bo wants gold and nothing but gold which purports to bo worth ono hundred gobbled up shipped abroad rocoined in the honost than tho Amorican financiers who tinguished witness at last by whom to control of By giving that right of option mint of Paris another coin worth a dollar demonetized silver la 1873 Whon Portu- Â¬ prove that tbe greatest crime of this or anj4 in favor of the debtor you maintain tho because- it will clrculato abroad Does this cents whon It is only worth fifty cents issued In Its stead and tbe surplus silver gal struck down silver in 1810 by tho samo other age had boon fairly consummated Wgk oquality In value between tho motals by Oovornmcnt of our mako and Issuo money Is not he half as bad as the counterfeiter Tho free coinage of taw that demonetized it sho arbitrarily re tbe conspirators Wo The law sonds a counterfeiter to tho pen- Â¬ pocketed as profit He has found notonfjrt Increasing the demand for tho cheaper to clrculato in Russia or in Egypt metal and lessoning tho demand for tho mako monoy and issuo it to clrculato at itentiary when it get it clutches on him the silver dollar Was stopped by Mr Jeffer- Â¬ duced every dobt In the Portuguese realm a witness but the ablest ally that bo could What ought to bo dono with him who ad Â¬ son not bocauso it was not a good dollar 20 por cent from its face value The same have found with a search warrant upon iloaror metal About a proposition as plain homo AVo dont want it to go abroad But you aro told forsooth by this omi vocates and puts out a dollar worth only a but because it was so good a dollar that wo law in Portugal thatatruck down ailver re- Â¬ this earth Upon this issue Mr Carlisle as that thoro can bo no controversy If thore Is a half way placo could not keep it at homo for our use Ho duced ovory dobt owing in that country stands to day whero Mr Sherman stood But it does not stop thore He says bi- Â¬ nont financier that you must not hayo half a dollar metallism never was maintained by any any monoy but gold bocauso that alone between thlstomplo of justlco and tho ponl admits and in this ho ia fair that ono of and provided whether ovidoncod by mort twenty two years ago Gentlemen it is sometime not a pleasant people I challenge tho statement for lack will clrculato abroad Eighteen months tontlary he should be sent to that A coun the causes of tho shrinkage of values for tbo gago bond or note there ahould bo strickon of correctness It is not true Ho slapsÂ¬ ago you saw thirty two million of gold terfolter Is a felon but tho half way counter- last twenty odd years was the demonetiza Â¬ from the debt 20 percent of its value That duty but still It is a duty to tell the truth tion of silver but say Bit was not tho only law declared that tbo demonetization of sil- Â¬ It is my friends a summing up of the Applause history in tho faco who makes tho state- shipped out of the country In Ave months feiter Is a financier ment Tho history of the world shows that Wall street was in convulsions Tbo gold If I believed tbo silver dollar was a dis cause That is truo it wa not the only ver was such an outrago on tbe debtor class wholo Issuo I have talked longer than I from 1803 to 1870 Franco did maintain hoardors and tho monoy handlers frothed honost dollar I would not bo willing to cause Improvements and progress made that in fairness it was no more than right bad intended and I believe longer than I successfully bimetallism in its truest and at tho mouth like a lot of hydrophobia leavo one ol thorn in circulation when that In labor saving machine improved facil whero a man owed a thousand dollars two should have bad I consulted my strength In that French realm sil- Â¬ dogs whon you offer them water They sun goes down to day Not as long as I ities for transportation and tho interchange hundred dollar should bo stricken from the and your patienco I will leave it where broadest senso Rut I dont or tho products or me eartn tney aro cause face ot his obligation England sever per- Â¬ It rests upon the argument If there is a ver and gold forsoventy odd jeara floated said they did not want your gold to go claim to bo an honest man on oven terms of valuo History of our abroad it producod a panic and yet they beliovo it What do you mean by an hon that assisted In the reduction of prices and suaded anybody but Portugal to follow her material or important allegation to be Tho tell you now you must havo nothing but ost dollar I beliovo that an honest dollar the Secretary of tho Treasury is too fair a example and domonotlze ailver until 1873 found in tho utterances of the distinguished own country rofutes his statement history of this pooplo shows that from 1792 cold bocauso that alone will circulate Is that coin which represents ono hundred man to deny and nowhere in tho speeches when wo did it in February of that year statesman who has come into our midst to Â¬ Less than 4 per cent of our trade cent worth of your labor or tho product of he has mado nave 1 round Whore be did Germany followed later in the fall of the join in this discussion that I have omitted down to 1873 whon the Republican Con abroad I have gress by more than a two thirds Repub- Â¬ and commorco is done abroad moro than 90 your labor anything that in the opon donyor where he evon intimated a denial same year and tho five nations constituting to respond to it is not intentional lican maority in both houses at tho doad per cent of all our commorco and trade markets oi ino worm win ouy one uunaroa of the chargo that the demonetization of the Latin Union followed In 1870 our bad tried to be fair Whether I have succeeded wo example And hero Is tbe result for wblch or failed I have made an honest and earnest cents worth of an honest mans sweat or silver not only was one of the cause but hour of midnight without warning to tho is done at home among our own people effort I have tried to day to pitch the disWhich Is tho mora Important to you in the product of an honest mans toll I bo chiei primary cause or this confiscation We are mainly responsible American people without notito of this Â¬ Had you bet think that is an honest dollar which will of property contemplated assassination killed silver your financial legislation But omo of these gentlemen tell us cussion upon the plane wbere it belongs Think of It my countrymon what wa Hold still keep to the financial system without any lack of dignity or lack of fairÂ¬ For olghty ono years tho two metals in tor give attention to the wants of the 90 per pay one hundred cents of an honest debt this land of ours with mints open to both cent of your business done at homo or and I do not think that all money i dis- Â¬ tho effect produced upon you and mo when you have until Europe and especially En ness One gland should grant you permission to put Uowover wide the Secretary of the honest except that which represents the that silver metal was stricken down aliko on even terms had floated both as tho to tho loss than 4 per cent dono abroad No no Tbo issuo is preÂ¬ Treaaury and I may differ now I remem Â¬ final redemption money of tho American These arguments aro misleading tboy aro clamorlnc claim asserted by the cold boldor half of tho valuo of your property In round sliver back Nor was that all sented plain and fair Shall we my coun- ber that for nearly twenty years we stood have not fair tbey aro not candid because 1 do not mean mat no aouar is nonest ex numbers wo destroyed people Who struck silver down I A Republican Congress Re-Â¬ tbey are calculated to deceive tho Amer- cept that which n hoarder and handler of The architects of this great financial crime trymen have a foreign system shall we shoulder to shoulder In both nouses of Con told you publican by two thirds majority in both ican pooplo Tbey indulgo in catch phrases money claims I hold that any dollar is did moro Thoy not only destroyed one-- have an English system or an American cress with shields locked and faces to tho The gold advocato an nonest dollar which will command one bair tho valuo or your property out mey system a system of our own When this foe battling there together For the yoe How was it strickon down and specious pleas branches Not ononlvand in tho bright light of day tells you that ho is for an honest dollar hundred cents worth of honest toll in tho rioatnivral nhitntutelv one hall of vour country had only four million of pooplo In man service rendered then I never shall ability to pay your dobt and ono baff of it you whipped Great Britain and estab cease to bo grateful to that distinguished but at tho witching hourof midnightan hour lie is not for an honest dollar It is false opon markets of this world Applause your ability to earn allvolibood for yourself lished your own system What sort of sons man no matter how we may differ now or Uttod for so dastardly a deod at that hour if oithor by direct charge or Insinuation TO IS NOT SAYS THERE 625000000 know him too well and and ramiiy Thinic oi what no boon aone of honored sires disgrace this continent to- Â¬ in tbe future on tiro 12th day of February 1878 this it Is intimated that all of those who think TAKE FLIGHT Europe used to pay u two dollar whore day if seventy million of freemen dare not esteem him too highly I love him too close Â¬ act which was denominated as the greatest with mo aro not advocates of an honest Tho Secretary tells us that if you get free she now pay us one for our corn our crime of this or any other age by the prcs-- dollar I want an honest dollar I do undertake to maintain a system of their ly over to question the integrity of bis pur- Â¬ will drivo 026000 wheat our beef our pork our tobacco and own ont Secretary or the Treasury or wnoevcr not want any dollar to circulate in this coinage of silvor youtho country Vhat wouia ypur ioreiamors noye pose or the honesty of his intention I have I deny our cotton She paid us two dollar in said it was that mado that speech In tho Fed- country that is not an honest dollar If 000 of gold is out of iftbo proposition bad beon made to tried to tell the truth not in bitterness nst any such amount of gold In those years where sho now pay ua but ono them whon flushod with victory oyer tho in anger but in sorrow and with the sin The I believed that a silver dollar to day was that thore eral Congress was consummated circulation uttorer of that speech said tho passage of not an honest dollar I would bo in favor thoro ever in this country now or that Rut we still continue to pay to this blessod British armies the proposition was made to cerest feeling of regret We have come to I challengo his figures that bill was tho greatest crime oi mai or of retiring it this instant An honost and call forwas proof He can not show hour every year a it roll by to Europe them to tamely hold out their wrists and the parting of our yays I know of but his two hundred million of gold a interest on other Hire and that it was the culmina man does not advocato tho circulation of ftiiv tho shackles of financial servitude one allegiance there I but one I owe thl that there is to day or ever was any auch tho debt wo owe them No abatement of have anow tide of the throne of tbe Omnipotent it is tion of a conspiracy formed in this country dishonest monoy in circula payments of money to Europe but Europe riveted as 025000000 of gold and in Europe to onng upon mo numan THE SILVER DOLLAR AN HONEST DOLLAR amount My countrymen this is the issue It can the allegiance I owoto my people to that How does pays us only ono dollar for our surplus tion among the American people family more sutToring moro torture and around You have to meet during a life now well nigh spent I have Hut tho advocato of tbo gold standard estimates From what quarter product where before she paid us two not be gotten campaign and the presidential been faithful and true I will not break n poverty than all the wars and pestilonces tolls you that tho silver dollar is not an he get hi author- There is tho difference betweon the condi- Â¬ itin this What does he draw his figures and famines that the world had ever known honest dollar contest next year Tbe Issue is in front that record even though those I have He sajs It is depreciated in ity has he for this assertion He knows were in and the condition you are safest and the hitherto regarded as Why was silvor stricken down by those value not I deny it Measured by what there are ninety odd millions of gold tion you you want to get Jiack to the posi- Â¬ of you you canyou flank it you can not stanchest of our leadertheshall turn their In Do Had it ever been demanded No standard I affirm and upon tho affirmation bridge over It can bot tunnel under it people in the Federal Treasury That tion you held before Then get Europe to you have to meet it Meet It llko men backs upon the traditions of my party and sir I defy the man who lives to put his I dofy contradiction that one hundred cent stored away I not In circulation among the people abate of the interest we pay hor and settle Jt like mon Judge between repudiate its teachings I will not follow flncrer unon a single political platform in silver to day will buy as much of human For unless you are provided with a crow- or olseone bait get Europo to double tho payment these systems contrast the present condi- Â¬ It Is not for a biased prejudiced partisan State or national of any party Republican property or human labor as it over did buy bar with which to break into that Federal she makes to us Democratic Populist woman s suurago since it pleased the Almighty to create tion of the American laborer with what press to raise the hue and cry that those that you I will The output of gold throughout the it was at the ond oi eighty year of trial who think with mo are seeking io lead the Prohibition Farmers Alliance or any mankind Ono hundred cents of silver to Treasury clutches warrant Rut admit can not on it that it world for tho year 1894 was less than 200- system and tell me Democratic party into the camp of the other platform that evor demanded the day will buy as much In farm products or get your He knows there is some- Â¬ ooo noo One hundred and eighty million under the Jefferson is in circulation Populists No It is not true I stand to day demonetization of the silver metal of the machine shop or of any product of thing less than two hundred millions in gold dollars is the whole product of gold of not a Democrats not as party men but where have stood throughout my life I body had ever asked lor it a patriots tell me as American citizens man s sweat ana labor as it over did buy in held in reserve by tho bank of the country year and mat is man AVas it because the metal was not a good was which It will not buy as much if the law is being observed and we have the world ror the last gold dollars that less tion systeminterest tho best for tho promo defy theof mythat live to hunt the public all the ages wd country and put ft linger the number of You know better The gold I grant you And Was it the system record money metal of your Because a right to assume that tho law is being than to Europe every year to pay the intert why send founded by the immortal leader of Dei upon a yote I ever gaye upon an utterance very day that it was demonetized it com you nave declared that silver shall no long- Â¬ obeyed Now he can not account for as est on the debt we owe her England owe mocracy tbo builder or free government I ever made that I do not reiterate and re Â¬ manded a premium over gold over the er be a money metal on an equality with counters of every bank within the limits gold you havo rorcea goia up ana sliver much as three hundred millions of gold nobody to day She owes hor debt to her among the people was It the Democratic affirm and justify and defend to day I In la in of your land It commanded a premium down by arbitrary unwarranted and un- not a dollar of whichtho law circulationit to own people Tbe balance of tbe world tbe Jenersoman BVliem in omeu viuiee or have not changed I have never bees this country because requires owes England ton thousand million of dolsystem ot mod driven from my Democratic mooring and I of 2 per cent over gold over the counters righteous legislation A fair way to put and key lars England says pay me in gold in the is it tho Sonalor Sherman of your bank hero in this State and town the proposition would be that silver has not bo held in reserve under lock Was It the double standard of will neither be cajoled nor eduoed nor ern timot where the people can not get at it And you dearest money and sue would sqnd up the gold and sliver a the time honored metals brow beaten nor bullied by the parade of It was moro popular with the peoplo than shrunk in value but gold has risen In valuo I stand where I ever stood and gold It alwayshad boon tho monoyof tho and the only explanation of it is that it is see he has not accounted for tho existence premium not to a hundred per cent but to of a froo people or was it tho single gold power gold in this a thousand per cent grind labor into tho people The people had nevor domanded the result of arbitrary unjust and erroneous of a single other dollar of standard that has never found its way into there I mean to stand There I not much country masses and circulation among the mosses dust bring poverty upon the Us taking off The people had novor ex Â¬ legislation Is It the danger a the metropolitan Democratic In 1881 Rurchard then Superintendent starvation and misery so that you give me oi jLomucicy to aay vvouia cay you pressed dissatisfaction with it For four But he says that if you remonetlzo silver of the Mint guessed at how much gold was tbe pound of flesh that is my due the money of war or the money of peace that pre believe that I snail lead the Democratic thousand years it had breasted in the van Â¬ that is if you open the mints of the counstands bb your steadfast friend stored away In the stocking log through- Â¬ pound nearest the heart Give me my In times of try to silver again every dollar of cold in guard of humanitys progress But ho baa made one moro discovery host into the camp of the Populist There Â¬ and give It to me and with that beliovo he finishes lie i far greater danger of the more distin both peace and war it had been the faithful this country will sprout wines during tho out tho country and the Treasury Depart money says Shylock ment has beon busily engaged In guessing In gold United State owe the bal- Â¬ tell us in hl recent speeches that which guished and abler and greater leader than Tbe tried and trusted friend of the toiler You night and take its flight with the rise of tho ever since He can not account for a ance of tbo world at tho lowest estimate will be glad tiding of great joy to the I could ever hope to bo there I far more had sent it forth in times of carnage and sun next morning across me Atlantic ocean of 625000 danger of the Secretary of the Treasury eight thousand million of dollars We the country He from 1801 to 1865 it armed and fed and that vou would never see tho cold again much as 300000000 insteadgo out of the nwn Pnrono enoucrh to reouire us to send toiling million of debtor class among sayf leading some portion of tha Democratic It that all the silver of foreign nations will bo 000 Rut suppose it did clothed tho soldlors of your army our therelsno distinct bo cheaper each yeartwo hundred millions of cold to passed through that fiery ordeal and at tho dumpod upon our soil for mintage and coin- Â¬ country Ho Bay money would poople but as far as tbe debtor class pan be cohort into tbe camp of the Republicans me conclusion of hostilities it came back to age We have heard this throat before It 1 thought the career money wa diffi- pay the Intorest upon the debt That i located or described It is not the masse You need not fear me thought it wa moro This I the issue you haye to confiont and more gold than tho whole world produces of American people that are In debt but it you with its shining faco unblottod and un- Â¬ is tbo samo old cry of wolf that falls to dearer It wa I ask you to settle it a ea tarnished In peaco it had boon your main startle oraffright us Inl878 whon we passed cult to get hold of a dollar if there wa each year In heaven name tell me my I the railroads tbe Insurance companies to settle stay and in war It was the metal upon tho Bland Allison bill that cavo free coin- - but one dollar than If there were two in countrymen what chance have we ever to the banks tbo saying and trust com- - Thirty day from tbl day one month from We mutt panie that these are the principal debt Â¬ thl day andthli hour the cohort of which vou relied for cold is a cowardly ago limited to from two to four million a the world I thought the less money you nav tha nrlncinal of that debt had and tho higher the rate of interest the It in cold and the world product doe ors of thl land The masse aro the cred- Â¬ Democracy will hay gathered In tha uity When the first shot rattled from montn monev was not uarnsio cut jonn oner better it was for tbe money lender I riav it not furnlb enough to pay even the Interest J itor and tbe railroads and bank are the of Louisville to take council of etch other the forts of Charleston against the walls of man who told us then what Carlisle tells us was and Joyful tidlngsto the thousands of Your State Convention will organise thl Ft Sumtor this cowardly craven golden now He told ui not to pass that bill that thought the mora plentiful money better it upon it debtors metal took Its flight from among tbo moneys If wo did every ounce of foreign silver the lower the rato of interest tho Happy new to the farmer day on month Proa your hilltops from WORLD IS sons of toll waa for tho producer and tbo American THE MONEY POWER OF THE Ap-Â¬ plastered over by a mort- your mountain and from your valleys the of the oountry and hid Itself away whose farm would be brought to our mint to be coined masse That is the rule of common sense AGAINST THE SILVER AR1AYED plause gage held by the bank I Glad indeed la truest ions of your Democracy will go to and stamped with the Amorican oaglo and and it is the rule upon which we have over STANDARD be to know that ho haa beon laboring under perform an important work to discharge a GOLD NEVER WAS THE MONEY OF THE that ovory dollar of our gold would take It acted Rut tho Secretary tell us that be tp PEOPLE Thl Is tho condition which confront as a delusion be doe not owe the batik at crave and serious Idutybe nominate a ttekat flight at once Wa did not believe it I has made this discovery that if you expel tp confided thettaad this Is the nolicv thev advocate these are all but the bank owe htm he la tho cred into whoso hand prediction Gold nover was the money of tho people did not believe Mr Sherman 626000000 of monoy from your midst railroad company aid of your party in tbe eoming batik to Qold Is tho monoy of commorco gold is then I do not believe Mr Carlisle predic- what 1 left because of it depreciated tbe terms of serfdom that aro offered to thU tor and the bank and tbe There is but one merciful perform a work more important thau that tbo money hoarded for war purposes gold tion now For ho is telliug u the same character will bo cheaper and all price poople and tho question is will you accept are the debtors the bearer of these tiding and that U to formulate and draft a plat Â¬ Thank God the jury in tbl cael mission left for Is tho money used in heavy financial transÂ¬ tale that the Ohio Senator then indulged in will advance hut tbe wages of the laborer them upon which the Democracy of plead one more In spite of Mr Sherman warning the will go down This Is a new discovery in composed of the American poople In thl Let him make the tolling speech I of my form i to rally In the final struggle Ken actions gold is the money of the money tucky million Piak Tbo Democratic nartv in that Democratic political economy hoarder and tho money handler heard of tbe unequal contest the odds ana the advantages In the name of tbe name Who ever In of mercy In the your best man your truest miyour bravest horny band of tbo honest son of toll is not House in 1878 with the aid of tbo vote of shrinking when prices were are against us Upon the ono side stands countrymen e of labor make one more peech and men send tbem to that oonventioa with at of the even permitted to touch tho sacred metal Mr Carlisle and myself passed that rreo Are you to be arrayed the money power backed by allcap-Â¬ namethatheaven and the laborer how to least one instruction mlng and advancing farmer tell Influence that bulked and aggregated What is it Is it gold that provides tho coinage bill A Republican president hoodwinked with sophistry llko this I am not going to ask you to give thasa power not only proceed to collect that debt jApplauee loaf of bread to assuage and stay tbo pangs vetoed it The cold party wa against us Rut he tell us mere lie does not deny ital can yield The money an instruction in favor of any oaedl4s4 street of hunger when the son of toil comes to then The gold party Is against us now It that since the passage of that act of 1873 of Wall lreet but of Lombard own the Then we shall all be happy for any office It matters but little whether East No no It is tho Is not exactly an accurate statoment for mo the general tondenoy of price has been monoy power not only of our his humble home Is Painful to OritloLse the Admluli- - tbey go there for Hardin or Clay for In 1 arrayed against us but It tratloa of His Oym rarty But shining silver plocethat passe from nil to say that a Republican president vetoed downward doe not deny that al but of the world lie or another man but la tbe mum of tha sweated sooty hand across the counter to that bill but a counterfeit plnchback rep- value have hrunkon since that law was I havo an abiding faith In the courage the tho Truth Xust to Told totKag millions or our land In th Bato of Is it gold rodoema and re Â¬ resentative of a Republican president did pasted which demonetized the silver metal Intolllgonco tbe manliness of the American the baker duty for me to oriti my U no nleasurabl Tt la the nam ot claims from tbo clutch of might tbo humble veto that bill Hayes vetoed the bill That from 40 to CO per cent Your farm prod- people They are the one to whose bnd cle to And suit with or to censure tha justice Instruct your delegatkw to go that homo of tho poor by providing him with Democratic Congress passed it over his veto uct have gone down Your farm lands are committed the settlement of tbl great financial pelley or any other policy II lid draft ft platform In wblch tbey shall You can tbe situation Here the tallow dtp Did ho buy it with a gold by a two thirds vote and rammed it down havo gone down The products of tbe Issue jr tall tbe trow proclaim your eopvlettoas a prueu oy wy own auoptea Never He rolic upon bis long hi throat and mado it the law of this lan4 meq in the workshops havo gone down never pay those debt that you owe abroad am a party wan I aw a partUan not slm aad th prinelpt of your party Toll coin are counted bv the billions UBtll VOU vlv Here The product of the laborer in all line ha tried friend the silver metal to givo him In spite of his veto What happened thfl ak of party but I thorn to go there and peak for yen whist fir prediction that all the goto down- - Everything ha shrunk In bring about steady permanent advance of LtiMutlv eanHtlv and rlltlouly better not the luxuries but the necessities of life stood Sherman tney hhiii unu me imponuBl ISSUO ft to liver of the world wm coming here and all value except gold taxes and dvbta Your price al along the line No tpawnodH thftttha This was the metal which was murdered IntwetWof my country of whftfwr it him money system of Joftr a wgie awci uae yam and yet tbey tell us the peoplo of this coun the cold we had was going away Neither taxes havo not shrunk your debt havo not Jumping up orOhloateo all it people are to iob oi waioa you approve or toe moaorn It the other day when evry teotkm of try had no uso for It My countrymen the happened That law was In force from 1878 dwindled I with to God they had gone m Vliiri In 1 furnished by the Depart Â¬ be promoted awl srved by the triumph of Republican taoaey system of Mrghenaaa n man who assume to advise and counsel If to 1800 We lived under that down in proportion to your property and the crop report oi my party j am iw m of Ohio That I the Issue and noa ether tbo free silver coinage bill for twelve years vour toil But the thousand dollar note ment of Agriculture gave iotloe to the manprinciple or oanturt but not Instruct and guldo and lead his fellow Mgret b to crttkUe to be1 settled mf The official report of the superintendent that you owed to your uelghbor stood In Â¬ world that there wm a sborUa and there that I Pan not eomnlaln m I hv dtmt In man owes a solemn duty to the people and My ooutttrytoeei Indulge Ism lone that is to bo candid and to tell them the of the mint show that no foreign silver tact It nover shrunk a penny fit value would probably U but half ft erop of wheat tbe balk of Oongm upon the hustings to say that I do not despair of th BomVv grown lu our country when Armour d anywberu aad every wfcer truth Tho Secretary of the Treasury tells wa brought to American mint for mint while vour farm and its product went pubiMiy aad U peeelauW I as no ciroftto to wane a wnncon artftteof I do not go through this world aad life TO you In his speeches to day that aro ringing ace in all that lapse or iwei ve long year down one half in value in the market of Counselmaa were ableflye cent a bwfcet in privately Im0 I catered up wfayat and Mad H up the tbe country throughout the length and breadth of this Tfie official report of the Secretary of d Veen eowpUlnla of Taxes debt and gow are maanood Thl is rabMMf dwMNaoJiig I kav flnanoial policy of the Jto with my head turned over my shoulder land that from 1702 when Jefferson estab Â¬ Treasury shows you that Instead of our hav the only thing that have not bruake by Ioh than fly tniauUs tha teadiNtc the epitaph la the oeasotery faoUd we the striking down of one half of the mosey No spmodte mprovtant of a single puMhNm party If I am to ooittlwM this be lished your American system of money ing lost our gold as Bnerman sia I have m abidleg Mth to tho Hum artkU bw and Um will qyer mU u to Carlisle to day declare we metal of tw country down to 1873 when It wm overturned there would and a ft Maattu a least It pay Ut VinUs ot dollar of deb w owe will strife fcartlUtla flaaaaial poHoyof of my wiatryi aad iasepasably linked eight million silver dol- Â¬ will at the end of that twelve year of op Â¬ never bad boon but that fcKhIoWUh an tha ptasaat oW MR CARLISLE CRRECTEB IN HIS abroad i eration of the BlaHd Alllson Tree Coinage lar coined my wa mlailirtstraWosi a Myiiy a K ft STATEMENT W HUT MY Thw mH V a geawal Up Htechnically true substantially It I Hill Instead of losing your gold you had That thl republfo hi to survive t believe that - You But the Secretary ha read another its advMM of pftoM all ftlonj false It wa not so Inteaded but it Is a three dollar of gold where you had one to tad Vara today In tlma at sovenwMK m to enaure atnoaamtoa foe What eatd in poHtieal eooaomy He say th mui ut Mm aroduai of fiWr of Um fturrft nrafouadhit I Should begin with unfair statement misleading and covtry TW graft mUbtar of haHove that tha ImtaoHal juhT ImimstaW paaca wWN Why would your gold go abroad T Can it price oil all eownioditle are not msasstrod and worlukuw look MM tM stot the boaoraW SowuUry of the TfMwry laaM wa far day aalUag Dood to gat prlaoipiee af Desnoeraoy tauot U U mm the Amthmt M not oosbmIM a If be Bteattt to tell them what wa true find investment wore profitable and wore by the amount of anal iidwapriasi a Uf gold aftaatry oa the axaawal of thl Gov have added that whilst these wer but eight remunerative is the world Jhaa Mm If No no He deaie Hut vaUa Ik this dyWsdltiM radiMfttf dffcmta Urn Mwsaamt tvary tin joasall a bead for uwM too souaaanoa atoa upoa whJoh must i piiow tiwvj of dw world mIIHodi of Rw dotlar ooiaed in all this so U would asm oosa here The foretg oountry an dtinruued by the IttWOOjMQ qmn mark M t Â¬ cn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ n Â¬ tht tit bcie Â¬ Dt - V 41 Bland-Alliso- 1 mh Iwm W attidsI 1 pnsSt ot xXJ bU t A TOE Awarded Highest Honors - World m BREGKMRiDGE yen MHlWB CUSTER 0U0VEHFOJI JV CLIFTON MVl ILLS fain is dpi drd Imdly we think The health of the c immunity Is roan enably gdod Oats looking very lltttorlnp but a small acreage sown compared with pre vious years A great deal of tobacco has been set in this section but it is reported that ho stnnd m notMitiftfactory For six days previous to tills writing tho thormomtlcr lias registered from SO to 04 degrees In tho shade Mis S it liyno nnd children of StcphoiiFport visited her sister Jlrs B A Parks soma days recently Mr Jos Cary of ltnrkvnle came tip Sunday for his daughter Mies Jensie who lifts been visiting here romc weeks Mis lllunclio Itinlinm tnlou Star at Â¬ tended church ut Clifton Mills Sunday and will visit lur aunt Mrs 11 11 Parks a few Wheat Isseiinnsly injured from nridus causes and from tho present oul lonk no doubt f there ix n half crop harvested in tliis locality People aro nbout through planting com tho second and third timo for this season but it is coining nicely and with fnqtient showers will grow rapidly On account of tho recent hot ntathor the cut worms havo ceased to exist in I Fair V S liownifrTsonttoTufavillo DHL tenia v Mn Nancy lntvurs wn viuitlnx here lask neck Miss Nannie Wilson was visiting Mill Stono last week Mr and Mrs Julius Hardin county were in town Friday HIGH SCHOOL 1 tiS3E33XSSSS3SSSS3SZ2 Dr 1 W Mmdor is tho new school uit co 1 F 3 lilMfe A IT iAH ni m Mi fvi Kl IwJEr I llSlS J 9WA - 3li winter to last nil summer with thoso hot winter clothes oU Tho List of Grad- Â¬ T 0 Toutoy spent Sunday with Mr When tho hot Tuno Bun came pouring down it mado it unbeat Henry Pile Buras Bpent Sunday here uates and Mrs Julius Hardin tho guest of his relatives able t go Mrs James T Miller is visiting friends Our young folks aru attending tho proin Loulsvilto and New Albany tracted meeting at Constautine Mrs Emma White visited her sister A Pleasant and Profitable EntertainLoo Harncd was hero a few days liut Mrs Morgan Fountalno last week ment week selling washing machines Mrs R Turpin of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Without lighter clothing This week we arc displaying juit Raymond Meador is at home after Mrs John Lynch living near Pates- thrco months nbsenco at Glendeanc tho thing in light summer Coats and Vests that will keep you The Baptist church was crowded to Its villa died last week of consumption MOST PERFECT MADE Wash Hall Clovorport is vNltlng his cool and comfortable during the hot spell of Hancock county utmost rapacity last Friday night tho relatives tho Harringtons nt this place Daniel Rooney A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Fret occasion being tho annual commence Â¬ aged 21 years died last Sunday of con from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Gilbert Pile did not enter school at ment exercises of tho Cloverport High fiunintion 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD School There were five graduates of Hardlnsburg last Tuesday as the Lender Mi Mr Frank Warfleld of Louisville was Notico to Subscribers the guest of his sister Mrs Frank Fralzo tho class of 1805 as follows Mise Mabel reported Carson Miss Mary L Ryan Miss Olivia Lnskln Butlers year old hoy had lis The ilnte on the label Indicate the time to last week dai which your aubicrlption la paid Thlt icrvet To rip ravel or tear you will find thu greatest bargains this both a receipt all expiration notice every A nico lot of baby bugglefi Just re- Â¬ Fallon Miss Stella Mullen and Miss clothes caught on lire several ditjs ago week Kxamlnc tho ilnte printed after your Maxie Bandy The program of exercises and was badly burned Prices to suit the times M week in Gents Light Inderwear cool and comforting to wer name on the margin of thin paper and ace If it la ceived had been admirably arranged and the correct If not correct pleaae to let ua know If Hatnman Gilbert Pile Is tunning tho weather your time haa ejplrcd please renew at once made strong and to sell for more money than wc ask Let as audicnoo was pleasantly entortained for lings nt this place Custer keeps up in Mrs Charles Kiedel and daughter lady the march toward all that is greatest fix you up with cool underwear and get some of our ligVt Miss Emma of Holt were in tho city more than two hours The young Breckenridge News graduates who quit this institution to yesterday shopping lRobt Weatherford and Forest Ilayncs weight tako upon themselves more serious lTho marrlago of Miss Rosa Holt to Mr and responsible duties tholife showed In were hero Saturday Both would bo WEDNESDAY JUNE C 1895 of FQub Luckett of Owensboro occurs at pleased to have tho school hero this fall tho brides homo at Holt Ky this even Â¬ their demeanor and intellectual training Mies Bcttio Harncd will closo her LOCAL BREVITIES on this occasion that they tiro certainly ing Miss 1 lamed is n sucwell equipped for the task Tho essays school this week such vast quantities consequently th Rev W A Lusk left yesterday for cessful teacher and haa met with entire damage if any being Hun Miller went to Owensboro Hun Lady of the White done is little talked That will be a comfort giver to sweltering humanity Tlus Wo were in hopes wore as follows Conway Ark success here day of Courage Brother Lusk would stay with us for we Houso Miss Stella Mullen week wo place on sale a lot of light weight Pants worth S50 Stitli were Miss Maxie Bandy Fame Percale shirts tho very best at Bab were well pleased with him Miss Mary Vc E Lyon and Miss iiov II C Hook met his regular ap Take your choico out of the lot at WoO Logos GOO lot rcgulw L Ryan Society Miss Olivia Fallon united in Marriage at tho brides home pointment hero Sunday and preached a A The new residenco of Mr Leon Mc The Sphero of Woman Miss Mabel last Sunday night Mrs Lyon is tho plain practiuil sermon which should Mrs Geo Boyd went to Hawesville Gavock in this city is about completed sold the world over at that price your choice out of the daughter of Columbus Stitli cause serious thought upon the part of Sunday Mr McGavock is to be congratulated Carson lot at S300 while thoy last Wo have just emerged from a con- Â¬ Tho subjects chosen were well adapted I O Bruner has several hundred bush each ot his hearers and eronto a desire Wall paper at almost your own figures upon the completion of so pleasant a to such an occasion and tho young ladles els of wheat on hands and will cntch the to put into practice tho example so clear- Â¬ at Babbages flict with price they havo been cut and slashed beyond recogni- Â¬ homo in so desirablo a locality Latest correct shapes and colors Mrs Mr and Mrs Frank Lander of Hawes- handled them in a way that showed fancy prices Bince the advance Ho Is ly outlined in Ids discourse tion Dont stop on tho street corners and wipe the perspiration thorough preparation and study Tho delivering this week at Hills mill for RevG W St Clair will preach at If V Tlnnnnn ville Mrs Greenhouse and Mrs Allen from your brow and sweat to death in heavy Clothing News could seo no special favorite among 100 per bushel No hard times for tho N01 tons Valley tho 5th Sunday in this For Mr Frank Board of Hardinsburc of Vincennes lnd came ur Mondav month Dinner on tho ground Every spont Sunday hero evening and romained until yesterday these young ladies in tho subjects they producer at tills rate a little money wc can make you look handsomo and feel com- Â¬ -- Mrs Marion Harableton rclurned from Ills Ihome the guests of Mrs Annie Newsom and had chosen ono over the other for they One thing well dono is better than body Invited to attend fortable all did so well that there was hardly two half done1 is the motto of our for- Â¬ Sanctiitcallou as taught and viewed Henderson Thursday Mr and Mrs A B Skillman room for any criticism whatevor Wo mer druggist Clem Nimmo from a Cumberland rreebjterian stand Â¬ Light cool underwear that will help Mr Newt McGlothlan has bought a lie lias keep you cool Sulzers hearse in connection with tho under- Â¬ will say however that Miss Carson thereforo disposed of his stock of drugs point Our Fnbbath School under tho Super Mr and Mrs Morris Beard Hardins- - takers business at Irvington Ky In so whose subject was the sphere of woman and is giving his entire time to farming inteiidency of Btothcr II F Beard is burg wcro here Sunday small a place as Irvington an outlay for seemed to arouse a little moro enthusi Gog Harrington was tho purchaser progressing nicely quite a good interest Ladies shirt waists worth 100 this a hearso tends to show considerable pub- Â¬ asm than any of the others for when she Robert Trent near this place died last week CO cents Sulzers J C NOLTE Assignee lic spirit in Mr McGlothlan The public took her scat the audience continued a Wednesday and was buried tho day fol- Â¬ and fair attendance but the invitation is still cordially cxlotidcd to others to Rwist Corsets ono lot worth 100 this will doubtless appreciate the move by prolonged applause and it was several lowing at family burying ground of the in this good work Jesus tells you go week fifty cents Sulzers giving him their patronage In this lino minutes before Prof Logan could got his father-in-laGeo liarned His their attention Nico gold band ring warranted for five when necessity demands it Uborandl will pay thee society and wife and three children liavo our pro The balance of the program was as good reason demands it Come como years for 125 at Babbagos Remember it always pays you to buy foundest sympathy in their great be Â¬ All clover meadow and pasture land No cheap ribbons thoyre simply llttlo the best Wo can show you more ad- Â¬ follows InvocatlonRov W B Rutiedgo reavement not so densely populated witli ricli nuMiss priced Mrs II V Duncan vantages in both machine and attach Â¬ The nightingale and the rose tritious forago plants as in days of yore Miss Cora Claycotub of Owensboro ments than any other agents Ours have Mary E Lalleist SoloDr A A Simons A new theory in tho treatment of visited friends hero Sunday ball bearings which makes the No 9 the 80I0 For all Eternity Miss LaFayette coughs lung and broaeJdal affections has i when the delighted herds would gnu to Just a few moro of those pretty belt lightest running simplest and most dur S Lalleist Presentation of diplomas Jam w bMiiariTancolbytie Mwafniiqrfii W rajJd Btarity nt te oar mryrlmt t4y Graduating now tumj w scale la a pattnr ai cwn buckles for 15 cents at Babbagos able machine on tho market No shuttle R Skillman Clate song Dr Bells Pine Tar lUmj It is tiuly a The singing and piano accompanmons with tottering frames in search of You can rest assured that you will get to wear out about it The No 0 is tho trio K wonderful remedy All dealers sell p a single blade that tht freeze and ut the purest and best candies at Babbages womans delight Wo sell on easy payÂ¬ iments by Misses Annio May Lula Owon no on a positiro guarantee For Mile and Ida White were all well executed it Call for Fehrs beer it is tbo best ments liberally discounting for cash wortns havo left by Short Haynos Cloverport Dr Mr E litor tho people of our county Steve Hall is the wholesale agent in this Old machines taken in as part pay L Cloverport will never como in behind R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer when it cornea to making up this part of are certainly pacing through tho most city II Scherer Agt A Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E BUY YOUIl Get a pair of light low shoes you Mr I II Deweiso of Rock Vale was a program The musical talent of some Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard- Â¬ discouraging season known to us Many disappointment very sad news from all will find them easy on your feet Sul-- on the train Monday en route to Louis- Â¬ in this town is of a very high order and A R Morris son Garfield Ky Big parts of tho country 110 money proris zcrs ville He was going up to buy a now lot it is generally pretty well brought out Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen ion nor any prospect to mako any crop Something entirely new in the link of dry goods and a stock of general mer- Â¬ upon occasions of this sort Ky P Sherron Bros Co There was a profuso distribution of deanc this year and those cut worm stories in cuffbutton at Babbages solid Bterling chandise for his business at Rock Vale Ky lloraco Scott llardinsbuig flowersamong tho lady graduates as well Kirk your lato publication sound really mi sHvor He has recently bought out thdlnterest Ky raculous and sad but wo havo no reasons 7MiB Ella Dowden of Brandenburg of Charley Jones and his brother there as others taking part in tho program now to doubt it as wo think the saddest Tho exercises closed witli presentation came down Sunday night to visit friends in the goods business and will occupy PAYNESVILLE and moot distressing facts aio not yet and relatives t Mr of diplomas by Mr James R Skillman their old stand in the future known Our hats rest as lightly on the brow Deweiso is a clever gentleman and tho Mr Skillmans address was well deliv- Â¬ as tho touch of a mothers hand Mrs News thinks his venture in this line a ered besides it showed that he had given Good Oil xoTiti Jlr John Frakcs was in our midst Sun- Â¬ his subject much thought Mr Skillman day II V Duncan Strayed or stolon 011 tho Hth day of good one 50 75c has a splendid voice for speaking In Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch four Chester white brood sows The fires from two or three smoke fact Wlioro was Alma King Sunday can May IS Oil Lead he is a young orator of no bad order strain 100 for 15 Mrs John Nkvitt stacks and two Poland China gilts weights cf that peer skyward over two im Â¬ The exorcises closed with the bene any one tell rvington Ky former about KM5 pounds each and the Mixed mense brick plants in this city gives the diction Mrs James King went to Biandonhiirg by Rev W B Rutiedgo Mrs Bandy of Stcphonsport came latter about 00 pounds Largest sow community hopes for better times Tho last Thursday Prof Logan sat upon the platform with down Friday to sett her daughter Miss marked in left ear ono lias point bitten dullness and monotony that has in part his Mr Jeff OUryan was visiting his pa- off right oar others not marked A students apparently moro than well Cost Maxie graduate prevaded our surroundings must neces- Â¬ pleased with the past years work- - And rents ono day last week Parties desiring their laundry sent ofT sarily reasonable rowaid will bo given anyone be dispelled by the active opera- Â¬ we Bhould send it to tho N Y Laundry think he had good reason to bo for E Tho party at Mr Tho Halls last Sat Â¬ for information locating them tion of these institutions The working tho Cloverport High School under his urday night proved a success C Babbage Agent B A PnKJ Clifton Mills Ky man feels easier business gets better management See our hats I See our prices I And has progressed unusaliy 5c Born to tho wife of Mr Buck Gilpin and while there is employment for labor woll His work during his two years last week a girl but Buck Isnt smiling there can be but one result youll buy let us quit croaking Cloverport is par- Â¬ Mrs II V Duncan with us has shown that he is interested as usual ticularly fortunato in having these things in the success of the institution Mr W M Wimsatt went to Nolson He is Mr W B Arnold is contemplating a In other towns where they are not the to be congratulated thereforo upon his ville Ky Monday to spend several Â¬ comparison in business is easily distingrand time at the fishing party Wednes Â¬ work The Commencement exercises weeks with mends and relatives BRANDENBURG KY guished day night That healthy pink and white of last evening were profitable and en Â¬ Why is it that it keeps one man busy Mrs Lucinda Brown is visiting hoi might just as well be the typ- Â¬ joyable and is only au indication of what Because framing pictures at Sulzers AValuable Find Trnr may be accomplished at tho Cloverport daughters Mrs J S and Mrs Thos ical American oomplexion if tbo people get them framed at cost After years of study and labor there Brown this week Misses Annie May and Itosa Itledel has at lost been discovered a sure and High School In the future people would take reasonable Mr Gus King took his departure for And Mr I red Mook spent Sunday at ncverfailiDg remedy It has been tested Ripans The fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla onco Louisvillo last Saturday w here he ill care of their health Holt tho guests of Mr aul Mrs Chas on patients who have despaired of ever Tabules go to tho root of tho fairly tried becomes the favorite spring remain for n wliilo Blodel being cured the results have been in Extra values in wall paper We de Â¬ every case wonderful GrofTs Rheu- medicine speaks volumes for its excel- Â¬ Mr Gus Hardesty and Miss Daisy trouble because a stomach in sire to close out our stock for new goods matic Curo is unequaled as a positive lence and merit Payne spent last Sunday with Mrs good order produces good Money saved by getting our prices Frank Knott of near Raymond blood remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute BURAS Babbagos Ulpum Tabulca nifty be obtained through jour Mrs Wiilett and MIiw KittioChappell Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ that the Summer comfort eating the cream bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially of Little Bend visited friends here lust neartt Jriilit 1rlci jo cnti a box SiS52T3 No bicyclo craze here inado In one of our freezers and swingÂ¬ Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and week and atten Jed services Sunday To Whom It Hay Concern Bob McGuflin spent Sunday In town ing in a hammock we have them both all kindred affections It is also a valu Misses Agnes Spink and Jo tia Thorns Notico U Iicroy given that Mr 1erojr Hop- Â¬ Sulzers Wade Pile has gone back to Jlardins no ablo Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ berry of Audyville spent Saturday night per liCo lonjror ripresentlng Tto Drecken and therefore they tic limited A largo crowd of young ladies and gen Â¬ ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all burg and is again in school with Miss Ella Flahetty and attended rlK0 held in any irny rospornlble for ilehti not be Continue to buy your Mrs R L McGuflin and children of church Sunday tleman came up from Cannelton last Glandulai Enlargements and diseases of ouritractod by hlui on anJ after May 30 U85 Notice it Ivcn Hint Mr A llrron l now evening on tho steamer Logan on a the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely Hardlnsburg have been visiting here for Cut worms havo almost disappeared tho Coutrmny Superintendent At Cloverjort pleasure jaunt free from all narcotics Severe attacks tho last week leaving tho poor farmers witli long noses Ky SllCCp And make the Henry Pile who has been In Southern and bare corn fields but cheor up never It IlOLMYATll Rev R W Browder Educational are relieved fn from one to three days a- General Mnxgcr Urrcklnrldga Co IlmlWiJ and a positive cure effected in from five Kentucky for several months is at homo too lato to do good Secretary of tho Louisville Conference Mill Meal will preach in tho Elm Street Methodist to eighteen days For salo by A R for tho summer FOR SALE Mrs Thos Brashear and Mr William on the market Fishor Cloverport Ky church next Sunday On June IMIi nt More thinking would produce less Allen two honored old people of Pres p m I will Mtl the We Bell Salt Brick Shinies Cement talking on silver hut myl wouldnt it ton are suffering very much and their prafcrty tf Joitpb McFherjon deiemed on If you was to go out in a cotton patch Bono Meal Corn Wlient anil Tobacco the ptemiiei to the bluhejt bidder In loll to Tar Springs and pick the cotton you could not get it be of a better quality Ooe tkird caih balance In alt parebniei recovery is doubtful Fertilizer Corn Planters Hay Uaken This summer resort so familiar to the ono and two yean with 8 per cent intentt as cheap as Sulzers aro Belling their Kt Dr Miles and wife and son Kelly of Wheat Drills Stmlebakcr anil Old Bessie Harris and Nannie Misses eml annually payable nt Urcckenrlilge Bank ot this section ot country goes people wash goods Sulzers GoJrett spent Sunday here tho guests OBryan seem to like croquet hotter this Thii preprrly la iltaalod tn lower Clorerport Hickory Wagons Buggies nnd Soring Wash goods specials this week tin into entirely new hands the present sea Â¬ of M Meyer and family eonilsti of 9 and lOutlQO Wagons and tho only reliable Suit Binder season than over boforo Titer I seo and of ground room dwelling from builieia one tquare foet son cloth worth 12 cents going at ten son Mr A A Richardson of Garfield and Mower Binder Twine etc with a Free silver agitators cut worms ad- Â¬ where you are right girls center and Mr Ahmed Board have rented them cents lawns worth 12 cents this week guarantee on each article Thlt It by tho wlih of the Hrire for the present year and authorlzo us to vancing flour candidates and Mr and Mrs W II Khodts ami 1ft cents Sulzers Wo sell nothing but flrst class goods nt teachers and but Lord deliver us daughters of Srantleuk arir rt vlsUiau Have vour old machines rnnaireit hv a announce to tho public some first class 101 ETWAA3 nt prices to suit times Remember tho best accommodations there Wo are person Â¬ from the evils weliave Mrs CitUe Dih la Siflday nn4 f Jar fca tmit t Nan ef pian who gives you a good guarantee and IlUfnK is the cheapest in thu long run M Meyer has placed a shod in front tended devotlens at the lltptiet church domtpMon Medina lrwt nislaMo ejx Act understands his trade Call at ray office ally acquainted with these gentlemen Vour inspection patronaio nnd one or two tnohn wetgba 100 iieniti an a and we believe they will do exactly what ot his store house This makrs a tempt Â¬ Misses Mollio Troutman and Viigle very lirg foot tery hort lintr high and see some of ray work Needles and check correspondence respectfully solicited shuttles for all machines always on hand they promise It is certain that no man Â¬ ing shade for customers who forget their Bennett of Concordia attended church bonei had on tult of bluo oerl with long agement at the Tar Springs con ever hurry and talk free silver ami better here Suuday Como again girls you Mack coat when last icen wai waartne n esit w uiggott IRVINGTON MILLING CO My oil is tho best L II Scherer h Joifr- II W VAUOIIN Â¬ inadequito an impression on aomo of gteplieapurt Ky May 28 IMPS Wantbd We want to buy two hun Â¬ want for patronage and a paying patron times A IRVINGTON KY Stephensport correspondent did the our boys dred thousand pound of dark short age when their accommodations como good body red tobacco Parties having up to requirements Messrs Richardson handsome thing in praising Bob McGuf Miss Kate Hcrbulli will soon hid adieu erepeof this kind unsold will please and Board promise to meet the demand fin last week He is one of our old mer to Payiiesville and join her brother in in in lour bring samples of leaf and lugs to James and it they do success in their under Â¬ chants here and his friends are glad to Columbus Ohio JShe has won inauy will paymoro rclinbls minUiltn ntell nunery ilnck Get your laundry packages redy I 4 lilieril Addreia B Pace jrs factory as we have not the taking may be pretty well assured lu see good tilings said ot him will have a boy to call every Tuedny V s A IIIIYl friends both young and old who will bo lotrort Ky adyance Ume U ride J P Bnverloy returning Saturday E C BabbageAgt Some time ago I was troubled with an grieved to part with her w 11 HARDINSBURQ KY H 1 in Dr Watkins has a bicycle He usee it attack of rheumatism I used Chamber Tho grandest affair of the season was Will practice in all tho Courts in tho AnUlflCH DAD I OAVCU jfrJH hie town practice and In the country Iains Pain Balm and was completely celebrated at tho Uaptlct church last County nnd surrounding District the roads will permit It is said VtJtottl eared I have since advised many of ray Sunday in honor of tho Sabbath School fr U tin fink f tfae Doctor that he to ono of the meet One box of Tints Pills willsave ftIlturMaU Meads and customers to try the remedy which is progressing very nicely Largn y3stkuuWOm nt r Why mi4 ktTt graceful riders in tho city and Is in many dollars in doctors bills JflaVt BiOreLelE HnatF tirl VTt and all speak highly of It Simon Gold attendance and all report a pleasant time ATTORNEY AT LAW BUCK EYE training tor the great races soot to eorae cufii k They wilUurely cure all diseases hauls San Luis Rey Cal For sale by and think tho day could not have beoii Why Hot Mm OLQVKIUORT KY olflu Louisville The boys have a great A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and spent in any way moro bom flclal than it THE BUT deal of fun out ot the Doctor and the ofthe stomach liver or bowels Office with Daiia R Murray Eiit eud cf MtMt Mmuif Klncheloe Board Hardlnsburg Ky was At morning tho tabic s were pre Â¬ Ft Iran UrIJg lumrnar dm gwfepiyhe looks real cute on bto feUlat T4hpf TrV 1 pared and all invited to partake ot he WWaW HI KUIkWI iCURES HDTHIHG BUT PIUS Goal Jtsdaeed abundant supplies of delicacies Barnes Klnchaloe bo Â¬ For sick headache dyspepsia OwontrinkMUtm The Celebrated to Own fitinavrtut delivered foro them I had the pleasure of dining Tfye Fmlr Tests malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ ecreesed lump Falcaa Coal by A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 11 h n ot Utw f p uumi ATTORNEYS ta rnf laaoH kmo liiBaiiiit 7e per bushel the load witli an old friend Mr Bill Mlllvr and r known for IB years aa the mo baking jHwato IfW 41 b tfU4V a usness a million people endorse thirty buahels or more Nut coal thirty Alex Adkiseous family and if it H ever a Hurdinsburg Ky BEST REMEDY for PILES cue hciiim Im rwrioYoici i to moro or so bvabtW or mora 6e per buW in my power to treat hem jw they did Ofllpo on Main street next door aoiB my am UKuesiavra lH- - to vwiutwrv wj rfal ItoHSIUMQV K1B 60 T UW mimgmowormo tho Royml B Pianos ine I will never hwiUt In doing so nerth of rmstoOice SM by SUORT k U AYNKS vWCFt CREAM The Commencement a Succoss Mich Meyer nnd family spoilt Sunday lit turns Mrs Sarah Tucker has lately returned from a visit to Missouri HE WAS CAUGHT Just liko you when tho hot spoil enmo on expecting Blackberry Â¬ t Â¬ BAKING OUT ON THE STREET WITHOUT A STITCH OF CLOTHING ON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s ULZERS Â¬ Â¬ 1 JLJL arvest is H m MACHINE 1 I Near at Hand OIL Where you can get the cheapest 20c per gal to Better Grades While Linseed Ready Paint Cheaper than anybody and best Â¬ Fruit Jars at Be convinced by calling on AFresliEnglisli Complexion Mevitt Cough rr sl Â¬ 5WV emember VkV rvington Milling and Feed Go Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Flour Â¬ A r ivr would-be-scho- Â¬ WANTED - Xhu Save Your Money ih ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller rt Gus Brown iTABLERSnil No Reckless Assertion laaaif XM Worlds Bkwl st Mutm OINTMENT rillU P ATEXW rrt m TUTPS Liver PILLS fnlii-ii AttawiafTn 3 TTTfc W wfm m- - j -- - iafii- - jf wwMMmt apMHnr r i- t Ml IIHUJDLI II jiwiimohwhip pw WrW III I Ill iron rjg UgM 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest THR BRROKHNRIDGE NEIWS OLxOYRRPOET KY US Govt Report Tho net increaso for this section is 110655 312 BRANDENBURG Held over Irom last Another Carlisle Fallacy In his Covington speech Secretary Carlisle snid How long do ou suppose tho 025 000000 of gold in this country would re- Â¬ main hero and bo used as money under such n policy free coluago7 The hank Â¬ ing nnd other great flunnclrtl institutlonc which own and hold In their reserves much the greater part of this gold would at onco sell It at u luigo premium for sil- Â¬ ver about two dollars for ono or thoy would exchange It fir silver bullion in tho market at tho ratio of about thirty two pounds of silver for each one of gold have tho thirty two pounds of silver coined into dollars at tho expenso of tho people and with this cheap money pay tho demands of their depositors and other creditors Wo do not challenge tho good faith ot Secretary Carlisle in making this state- Â¬ ment but wo do afllrm that for gross ignorance it cannot be matched in tho utterances of public men on any quesÂ¬ IS t rA Worland and Lawrence Lewis think they have a rapllal jnko on my Carolina Florida and Louisiana silver and Buckner There are tit creases In nil of llie others rurrenry lwr am n bimi tnllibt Alabama Arkansas Georgia Km I Btld months ago tuckyMiEflhHliplTeiinessct TVxn Vlr I am in fuvor of gold anil silver In this country ami had 1 thu honor to be n gtnln and Wist Virginia Tho slump has fnllon fearfully heavy inenib r of an International Monetary Conference I would nlse my voice in In tho south favor of coining both gold and silver every jenr hut to maintain tho gold dol lar aud the silver dollar upon n parity ON A Isnt that sound currency Carlisles speech in Fridays Courier Journal is the tpplcjuet now liuckmrs was juit as good in many particular I have Bpokeu for Gen Duckncr I havo cast my lot with hi in and not be- Â¬ cause of our difference ou the currency can I yield his namo for Senator for despite our contrary views I honestly he y lievo hes the man to servo us and I can I At v not resign him fur another Ho will have a direct hand in shaping our finan- Â¬ tion cial aflairs still Ill trust him If the Where is tho 525000000 worth of sil- Â¬ News ever declared itself openly for the ver at tho p Ico stated by Mr Carlisle to old Geneinl I faiieJ to understand it 1 bo bought 7 To exchange that much avowed mjsolf but my rolumn isnt tho gold for silver at two dollars of silver for Kdltor or his views Wo havo taken one of gold would rcqulro 1250000000 issue before This paper copied some worth of silver bullion Where could nrtich s from contemporaries but if over tho owners of gold find nearly one billion a decided attitude wan assumed I am ounces of silver to purchase with their mistaken At any rate after Gen Buck gold at the ratio of 32 to 1 or at any other ners entirely op osite views on nn all ratio 7 c important issue to this sheet no ono Certainly not in this country where TP could condemn tho editor for espousing a every man who owned silver bullion silver man Tho Democratic party is so could under free coinage send it to tho divided that tho agitation ot this currency mints and have it coined at 10 to 1 But question cannot brand either faction as if there were fools to part with it at two traitorous dollars to one when thoy get dollar for It is a family dissension but an im- Â¬ dollar at tho mints It is doubtful if ten portant ono and as long as our citizens million ounces of fico silver could bo HERE IS AN OBJECT LESSON WORTH STUDYING are brave manly and intelligent enough found In the New York market or fifty to know their opinions and be tincero in million ounces in the entiro country at The knttitlr ofllir lneln sjolil afnittlnril Tor lie iiionej renter t them thu rcdreseiug of wrong should be this time Th aluUrtl porllun ol tlienbiiir nmp uliimn tlir only tcriisrnplilrnl illiMmt or Hip Ilillril Nlnr Mttio lax valua tunl annlli Hi lo ir iiiriiilii Hunt or ropert7 Inrrrnarsl lrm llirjcnr or IMM lot lirj enrol IrtVI In llio done in n true patriotic principle If Franco and tho Latin nations havo all luiikeit Hie net deureime or tUo ueateru co omiie lu It umtle Hie rvlurii Irom Xrn Jlex Nine llsla limp you really believe that the great Demo- Â¬ of their silver coined and in circulation rellon S3IO071I3J cratic principles conduce lu the hightst at a ratio of 15J to 1 Tho would certain- Â¬ degree to the welfare prosperity happi Â¬ ly not s jnd it over here to sell as bullion FIGURES DO NOT LIE ness and liberty of tho people then as a at 32 to 1 or at 10 to 1 1893 Decrease lfcl AN Inirease Mate patriot and duty loving man you owe it 213 171677 17 0U0913 England has only 112000000 of silver 200172VI3 Aliilinmi to every moral fiber of your conscience nnd it is all in circulation as currency at 27 Ml 974 2S 46818 1406 Mil Arlioni 17 KM 494 1711HK480 1697 000 to cast your vote for tho agent and In- Â¬ a ratio of 14 28 to 1 and Arkansas Indias largo 1 Sffi 918XI0 10 782 COO 1218 700 010 California strument best equipped to carry out your stock of silver is coined at tho low rate aWMSZTU 218 Til 417 Colorado 29 817138 viewsand principles not as a favor to of 15 to 1 101 24lWt 102 PGTi 406 12S1663 Florida any candidate but as a duty to yourself 412 Ml tiff 4J012P23 23 631 981 ccorU Mexico being on a silver basis has 23 0OIIUO Idaho 60COOOO E1000i and nation A vote for auy Democrat need of all her silver and would not part It is Taught by Some Figures and C2S 8JI Gil Illinois M7191 516 22639 888 is one for self government freer trade with any of It at double Mr Carlisles Indiana 1302 004 WJ 12743S77 26609 292 a Map 200000000 Gone aud equal lights of all titiz ns under the price WW 412 7j0 S05 8T7 7H9 Iowa 9 445 033 law A vote to the contrary is ono that 3 7 601722 Kansm 310 621818 19120 006 Germany has for salo 105000000 7 Kcnluck Dt mocrats believe disastrous and hurtful thalew equivalent 10578 731 7J 076 fi220342 to about 75000000 SS0 0IJ03 815 1015 251091313 Louiilma to thu best interest of their country If in silver bullion Granting that Ger- Â¬ ONE YEAR WITH THE GOLD STANDARD B 081 862 S2KC0 211 Maryland 62U138 10J our leading Democrats great ns they many would bo foolish enough to sell Maine 270 812 782 272 319370 1606583 are learned as they are cannot be rend this silver at 32 for 1 what pirt of tho 21 301 477 2 791582144 2 8r8MG21 Maiiichiuetl Minnesota 612 903 fi11 5 851 Mil 6IS759 2M ers of American history and be quick 525000000 of gold c mid be thud em1C0 9IUS27 159 018 430 1 891 031 Mlillnl to rfcognzi that hurling anathemas at ployed And tho General Devastation That J9I 589767 Missouri PUffi WO 6372173 each others heads has resulted disas Â¬ But if Mr Carlisles prediction of the 127 513 171 Montana 118 VSir2 8 WI3 0J Has Been Wrought By It trously In its annals before and will disappearance of gold is correct the best 191733124 Nibraska 183 717493 10 015 626 Nivaili 20173 060 again then the party that was fully in statement that ho can 23628720 2644140 make after careful 274 86 2 12 Nuv Hampshire 2i6837W 612511 power for nearly thirty years will stom consiih ration and after submitting his tl 103 U1S Newjcrscv 763 291274 774 393332 the old ship with renewed missiles and address to tho President nnd the New THE STORY OF RETURNS FOR TAXATION Nc Mexico 43Gd2I0 41128620 2 101 620 their old school of philosophy teaching York bunkers is that the hold- - rs of 025 4 273 912 411 4 033 ai89l9 New Vork 251 8V1 432 North Carolina I 2IW 392 261717 727 262 927119 that a nation can be made rich by taxa- 000000 of the best money Issued would 14 8J0 491 Oklahoma 15029 927 199 432 tion will re open with tho curriculum retire it aud make it as useless as red Ohio 1752 990 930 1742 062115 10 38 8I5 The Official Figures from the OffDoctrine of Protection to American clay It is obvious that they cant buy 16888 MB Orison lMSaSS 17689522 Industries Mr John S Ithea with all silver with It St Louis Post Dispatch Pennsylvania 3115 320 519 3162114 231 46793 702 icers of the Various States and South Carolina 173 503 269 170 212 261 his logic and humor and with all the 3 2JO0O3 Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old 136 032 810 South DikottT What They Mean US 016 761 7 9800M steera in which hes held by his con- Â¬ 333 731726 319 822197 Tcnncttit living at 018 Monroo street Paducah 18 90952 stituents had belter filter in his fight 881 171393 Texas 867 8112301 18301090 just a little on currency and use some Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey 117605375 99512 472 ttah 1796191 170 051 M of thoso Virmont 171132 912 chaste expressions for the is tho best grip cure cough lung and 918 45J BIG LOSS EVERYWHERE Virginia 4C0 9M113 46IMSD22 2 106 lM greatest most momentous question con- Â¬ bronchial remedy that has been offered Washington 228 356672 281631210 67 277674 fronting him Shall the Democrats con- Â¬ to tho pcoplo during her life Guaran- Â¬ West Virginia 222 213154 22l7 4u7 2210747 tinue in power and shall the reforms teed nnd sold by Short Hay nes Clover 614 00 030 Wisconsin ftMOHOUUO 4 000 0CO M Here is the story of one year of the Wyoming 32350801 that they havo inaugurated bj given port DrRIIMcMulllnMcDauiels Jil 1C8 011 3T8 7C0 gold standard further trial or shall the Republicans be Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosettn A A It Is a story told in figures figures fur The Official Record of the Value of Property Returned for restored to power and renew tho laws W E Brown Irvlugton Ky nished by the sworn ofilcers of the variTaxation in 1893 and 1894 Five Hundred Millions the people have condemned and which Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris ous states of this union a story tho truth Congress repealsd About that Con- Â¬ Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen Missing from the South and the West of which there can be no gainsaying Co vention in Ovvensborol Imagine a body tleone Ky P Shorron Bros A few days ago Tho Constitution took Horace Scott Hardlnsburg of ladies thoy were gentlemen assem Kirk Ky Tho total inThe figures show that tho net dt crease Ky occasion to demolish by a plain state Â¬ strong financial centers crease in tho remaining nine states is of valuation or net wiping out of prop bled to instruct on nn important que- Â¬ ment of facts and figures the claim stiona vital topic and all screaming and erty in these states Is 90281580 Carlcaturlnc a Iteforuier which had been set forth by tho advo only 30822092 Mrs Ormistou Chant canuot rotiro Only two of tho western and middlo yelling at once jumping up on tables cates of tho single gold standard that the rivo Iliiiutrcu lllllloiik Dccrciikc and chairs pandemonium reigning into privnto Ufa Slnco tho Empire affair average financial condition of tho far- Â¬ Thirty one states and in using tho states show nn in increase they are oratory flowing They believed thor- Â¬ she hns been tho most written about Minnesota and Missouri Tho map oughly Ib improving all the time Tho term states several territories are includ mers Tho law of development Is the woman in Loudon aud now such is which is hero drawn throws these etates statement was made in the vain hope of edshow n falling off Tho total de Â¬ law of use If you would strengthen famo her toy imago is bnJuHsold about demonstrating to the pcoplo of America crease In property valuations of those in tho central section in which also are your muscles your voice or any faculty tuo streets tho toy consists or n blao Idaho Indiana Illinois Iowa and Wis- Â¬ and particular to the people of the South states is 5500185700 you must exorcise it Hut Spencer I be- Â¬ dor with a womaus faoo which whon consin Hero the net decrease Is SHI blown out flourishes a littlo rod am that they are growing richer under the This falling off is w idespread There lieve said that we decido public aflairs brolln shrieks aud shakos its head and operations of tho gold standard is no overwhelmingly large change in a 005252 With tho exception of Missouri and too much from an emotional impulsive finally collnpsos Tho vondors cry out There Is a very simple and a vary easy single state as is shown by Now York standard and not from cool reason and Ero Is Mrs Hormlston Chaut nay to ascertain tho exact facts concern- but the decrease is uniform nil along the Minnesota not a singlo state or territory ditciiminating judgment If Spencer a fuss at tho Uompiro west of the Mississippi shows an increase ing this point and The Constitution pre- Â¬ line Tho blow which has been struck at the had been present at the lute Convention The Overworked KaUer sents to day that story It 1b indeed a In other worth tho only largo in Â¬ interests of that section is as severo as Im sure ho would have said Amon to Emporor William complains of over- Â¬ lesson of tho gold standard The table creases are at tho big money centers his own conclusions I understand a work Naturally Thcro being ouly SJ4 tho blow which has been struck at the of figures presented hero is one which New York Uoston aud Philadelphia prominent Democrat has solicited the anybody can understand It shous tho and the territory immediatety contri- Â¬ south and it is felt everywhere Cali Hon John S Ithea to make a silver hours lu a duy it is too much for any ono man to writo poetry and mnsio and fornia Wyoming Washington Utah change in tho property valuations of tho butory to thoso places in which thu speech here in tho near future Ho will scud out complimentary copies hn different states of tho union from 1803 to money has been congested and w hero tho South Dakota Oregon Oklahoma Ne- Â¬ bo received very warmly for his ability prison evorybody who does not onthuso vada Nebraska New Mexico Montana 1891 And in showing this it presents stringency in currency and the corresas a speaker and an txpouudor of funda Â¬ over his productions nnd convinco the what might bo termed an official history ponding shrinkage of values aro not felt Kanen Idaho Colorado Arizona every world nt tho snmo time that ho is vice one has felt tho terrible blight and has mental points of law aro recognized if Almighty of the operations of tho single gold stand- Â¬ Loulsvillo Courier Journal There is an object lesson in tho map the Chair did refuse to recognize him felt It bitterly The result is that the ard In a single year It demonstrates which accompanies tills table It shows atkthe Convention His chaste exnet decrease of property valuation In that No moro clearly than any argument could vividly how this change in values has pressions as tho Courier Journal termed tho fact that under tho operations of this aOected tho different sections of tho section is 210071163 EriEnsoN Ky them brought him to recognition finally Telle Ita Own Story system which has been in full force country Dear Sin I always say a good word and tho silver man prevailed if he did The tablo tolls its own story within tho past year tho people have for the Electropolse whenever I have an What ilio TIupMioiVN loso his temper There is little need of further explann great losses and that tho sustained opportunity as I think I owe to my The portion which is shaded includes Hon Ut us havo all the light possiblo on in fret the tablo and tho map make money centers have shown great In New York New Knglundand the middle both sides of tho question and dccldo neigbors and friends to let them know of the condition of affairs so patent that creases lu valuations at tho expenso of intelligently remembering that much it Tho doctors are inclined to make fun Atlantic states It is that section which auy explanation seems supeifluoua tho peoples prosperity depends on keeplug tho party in control of me as well as the Electropolse for the has profited by tho result of the gold Tho devastation has been wrought In Iortr lhreo Mule OfflcluU Tcalifi- - standard Of the states in this section and after a full free and fair discussion stand I take hut such evidence as I have The official figures from forty three Now Hampshire and Vermont which one year It is but a begiuniug is heard every truo Democrat at last of its merits would convince the most What a continuation of tho ruinous One iuslance that I consider states and territories aro presented In aro largely manufacturing states and should bo willing to bo bound by the skoptical one or two of the stales of tho union tho which contain no largo financial centers gold standard would bring to the great action of tho convention and accept a as remarkable as any othor that I havo mass of tho people of this country can be fixing of property valuation is arbitrary show a slight Increaso platform tho majority of I is party adopts ever Been happened this past spring Kvery other realized only after a study of this map on the part of tho state and Is mado only stato shows a heavy Increaso aud stand by it Thu idea of scratching Tho Monday after Easter during that Maine onco in flvo years This Is the case In Massachusetts Now York New Jersey and this table aud tho knowledge that jourtlckit vote for thu nominee gold very cold winter the mon brought a Michigan for instance In Ithode Island Pennsylvania all of them show a profit it is but tho beglnulng From the or sliver young calf to the houso nearly frozen o Weekly Constitution Atlanta Ga April and Conhecticut there aro no returns of on tho right Bide of tho ledger death put it to tho flro aud we all work- Â¬ 28th 1895 property for taxation at least no figures ed with it from daylight uutil about 11 Kninhtsof the Maccabjes showing such returns could he obtained The Stato Commander wrltcs us from oclock when all hands gavo it up Tho I have two little grand children who from the proper officers of tho stato froth was running out of its mouth and Of Lincoln Nob as follows After trying are teething this hot summer weather tho others only North Dakota and Dela Â¬ It could not swallow I attached the and are troubled with boiyul complaint othor medicines for what seemed to be a Electropolse and lu a short time it began ware are missing the expected telegrams very obstinate cough in our two children I glvo them Chamb rlalns Colic Chol- Â¬ from those states not having reached to show signs of returning vitality and era and Diarrhcca Itemcdy and it acts wo tried Dr Kings New Discovery and in one hour swallowtd milk and sat up here In time for this article like a charm I earnestly recommend t at tho end of two days the cough entirely and bleateb and about 4 oclock was out Tito figures presented aro from tho of-Â¬ Wo will not bo without it for children with bowel troubles I was left them ficial reports of the auditors and comp- Â¬ hereafter as our experience proves that in the yard with ita mother and inside myself taken with a severo attack of of two days was as frisky a littlo calf as trollers of stato in forty threo states and HI bloody flux with camps and pains in it cures where all other remedies fall Of theso forty throo only you ever taw territories No one who saw the calf 9 Signed F W Stephens State Com my stomach one third ol a bottle of this hope of its getting well and yet twelve show an increase of property val- Â¬ Why notgivo this great medicine a trial had any remedy cured me Within twonty four aro people foolisin enough to say uations The remaining thirty one show as it is guaranteed and trial bottles are there the hours I was out of bed and doing my the Electropolse wprks its puree by almost uniform decreases The total in- Â¬ free at A It Fishers drug storo Reg Â¬ that house work Mm W L Dunagan Don imagination I would like to ask how crease for the twelve states is 137600753 aqua Hickman Co Tenn For sale by ular size 50o and 9100 much imagination the calf had Of this amount 235883 182 comes from A It Fisher Cloverport Ky Kincheloo Now York alone MRSB II PAYOR Seventy per cent of Now line of ladies uut buckles as Â¬ A Board Hardinahurg Ky finuTAQinue tho entiro increase in property valuaininunum sorted colors at Dabbagea for 15 cents Mr GT Hughes of Sullivan likewise tions as shown by theso official returns each IUUU pnisnnsHa ODimuo Its r reports good results from this treatment rmUcr jitid to faHAllnix Dowttra NOTICE MBstHMa comes from tho great raouey center of Itrf Electro pobw rented mortstht poison and rullds op Ibe ijsUBit ittlTIt I United A V4lAbU UlSUM 510 J1 0B U tllMSM ss4 lu UlMa the union and 70 per cent of tho remain Â¬ Cry ktblu to here one of t boost ou tbeee du I DUIOIS WEli der cofuw from the two states of Penn Â¬ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AlkwU C ww sylvania and Massachusetts each of them sm vse w m m test yes tt9 M9 eaHrlb AveMHf LeHlevllle Ky Mr Royal jt - ABSOLUTELY Baking Powder PURE Coming to tho southern states wo find Blight Increases In North Carolina South wtl T f eautiful Tricycles You sea them everywhere J Bicycle beauty comes from graceful lines and fine finish in which points Columbia bicycles excel But there is more than THE UNITED STATES AFTER ONE YEAR GOLD BASIS Model 40 Columbia mere looks to recommend 1 a Columbia Back of the handsome design and elegant finish is a sterling quality n sur v rzxMsik I that over the roughest road and the longest journey will carry the rider with safety and satis- Â¬ THE BW K faction - h H41 Buy a Pttw or a HARTFORD nlUNCn STORES wl Boston New York Chicago OBJECT Pattern Columbia 1 Hartford San Pranclsco Providence Buffalo They almost fly LESSON mmmmm WM Send two 2 ccnt Stamps for a Columbia Catalogue fret if jfou call at a Columbia ilgeiujr 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia nnd Ilurtford Bicycles Cloverport The Bolt Shoes A Â¬ svSfm St -- r the Least Money jXg W L DOUGLAS Â¬ ri 5j 7 i9 HflrP rsvrfVM smMi 2i Â¬ tmZL mmmtmLmJJMULrV Over One Million Fcople wrar tho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos ttaA f US Ak All our ahocH are cqunllr Tliey rjtro the best Taluo for tbe inonciT aatiafastorr f sooes in 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