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MfWW y- l Jf JUff PlflM ifflffiCSi wtmnfPWWW sw MiM iranittrA 4 A - 6 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW VOL XXI NO WAY TO OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST nro therefore Included In casei wboro Dem ocrats supported Populist candidate Hut this Is offset by tho fact that In North Carolina whero the Itcpubllcnn fused wttli tho Populists In electing a chief Justice of tho supremo court and In other states whero tho Hcptibllcnns combined with the Populists In electing judges and congress men tho votes woro counted as Republican und no enumeration was mado of tho Pop ulist votes Henco tho total of 1303453 Is ns nearly accuruto as possible Tho extent and enthusiasm of tho lost St Louis convention as woll ns tho proof riven by theso figures show that tho Popu- Â¬ list strength has not diminished slnco Its largo voto of 1802 3 Will tha 1opullit npport of llrjmn be general T It Is as ridiculous to tuipposo that tho Populists will not support llryiiu as It was to tmaglno that tho Chicago Democratic convention would not avail Itself of Its amplo majority to make good Its two thirds voto to lay down n platform in necordnnce with Its own views and to select Its own standard bearer or as It was to predict that tho St Louis Populist convention would throw away Its chances of success and nominate a candldato who could not be elected In preference to a candldato with a good prospect of sucrcss From tho first the PopulUt convention was In favor of Ilryuns nomination btit Its mcmlxirs desired to act In a manner that would preserve their own organization intact and not merge it In tho Domocratlo organization Tho Toxans were moro ear nest than others on this point because of their great strength In their state and tho much larger strength of tho Democracy But with them as with all tho talk of a mlddlo of tho road candidate for tho presidency was as nonsensical ns tho talk of a sldo ditch bolt from tho action of tho convention Is now Tho nomination of an Independent Pop ulist candidate for vlco president accom Â¬ plishes all tho so called middle of tho road delegates wanted It preserves tho Identity of tho party and Instcjwl of Injuriously affecting Iho presidents vote will servo to Increase It Tho lo3t voto in Texas for governor was in round numliers Democratic 243000 Populist 100000 and Republican 65000 A Populist Ixilt In Texas would mean tho otittln down of tho Populist voto 30 per cent niid tho consequent Increase of tho Dcinocratlo voto With tho Democratic voto in tho west strengthened and Increased by free silver a straight Populist nominee for president would only loso the Populists tho four states they curried with Domocratlo help in 1802 Colorado Idaho Kansas and Ne vada 3 Will the defection of the cold Dem Â¬ ocrats defeat llrjanT In considering tho amount of danger to tho Chicago ticket from tho disaffection of tho gold Democrats It Is Important to re member that such disaffection Is serious lu only a limited number of states and Is scarcely of any account whatever in tno west Of tho Now England and middle states Maine Now Hampshire Vermont Mas sachusetts and Pennsylvania eloctcd tho Republican electoral tickets in 1803 and mayjra conceded to tho Republicans now Any gold Democracy movement in those states Is Immaterial If half tho Democrats should repudiate the Chicago candidates they could only swell tho Republican majorities Connecticut Now York and New Jersey are on tho othor hand very important Dcinocratlo states With Dela ware Maryland and West Virginia their electoral votes were cast for Cleveland In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 19 1896 NO 5 D CAIN LUMBER In arriving nt tho total Populist voto of 1303452 In 1804 somo Dcinocratlo voto Add tho Populist states Colorado Ididiii ICutisns 4 3 Nevada Totnl a i7u j braska North Carolina Oregon and ituls tuna will range tliimitHilves iu the Republican column Â¬ BEAT BRYAN WHAT ELECTORAL FIGURES COLLEGE V SHOW Conceding to tho Republicans tho states likely tit 1m affected by a Dcmoer atlo bolt although tho surrender of Now York at lonst Is strongly and Igorously protested ngalnst McKinley Is gHcn the following states nrrunMCAS states 0 Connecticut Maine 6 15 4 10 Au EiMiipte You will kindly give us an Ixauiplo of tlin general law of averages Air Pcnbody said the professor of uintho mattes uftcr Ills lecture on the doclriuo V JIliv adiusittH FIFTEEN STATES CERTAIN Now Uuiuiiro New Jersey New York Ohio of chances Urn why tlicroa tho speed of tho telegraph and tho lack of it iu tho mes senger who ilclivcrif It said Peabody iu n vague hesitating way Cincinnati Enquirer Â¬ Keep Up Your W Scotts Emulsion in Summer time MWhat arc your resources COMPANY W D CAIN Manager LARGE STOCK OF 30 23 U 4 4 IVnnsylrniiin Rhutlo Inland Vtrniont Populists Cannot Fail to Add Four Moro Wyoming 8 - 143 Total This loaves unplaced the following states- Cnlirornln UNILAOmi STATES 0 8 21 15 18 14 A FAIR FIGHT FOR THEREST DnUuttro Illinois 1 1000 feet into tho earth or climb 2000 feet upon tho cllffa und bring forth from their hiding places tiio precious metals poured in tho channels of Undo nro as much business men an tho few financial magnates who in n book roum corner tho money of tho world William J Ilrynu Â¬ llnslnesa Mm Tho miners who dolvo Changes Insure In Political Sentiment Democratic that milium lown Michigan Jlinm wita Montana Success Nebraska North Dakota Orifon South Dakota WnshlnRton West Virginia Wisconsin t 8 S It is actual merit that has given Hoods Sarsaparilla tho first placo among medicines It is the O jo True Blood Purifier and nerve tonic Indiana Is Certainly Demooratio In speaking of the situation in Indinun Hon W II Boyle first assistant sec ro of the Indiana brnucji of the Farmers Mutual Benefit Association says I am certain from the outlook that Bryan and free silver will carry Indiana by from 50000 to 75000 majority and it would not surprise m to sue it go to 100000 Out of 00000 farmers belonging to our society I find thatthny Band as follows Republi- Â¬ cans J7621 Democrats20il8 Pop- Â¬ 01 Prohibitionists ulists L100 On the money question they stand an follows For silver Republicans Popu- Â¬ 27 003 Democratic 10777 list 2100 Prohibitionist ill For gold Republicans 428 Democrats 511 Populists none prohibition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 4 4 4 for the summer Have you an abundance of health stowed away for the long hot deplet- Â¬ ing days or does summer find you low in vitality run down losing flesh and weak Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil will give you the proper reserve force because it builds up the system on a solid foundation And a general lino of Building Material A tonic may stimulate Scotts Emulsion not only boosts Estimates Prices Reasonable it sustains It is a wise precaution always to have at least a small bottle of Scotts Emulsion in the house Unopened it will keep indefin Â¬ itely Tightly corked after using kept In a cool place it will remain tweet lor weeks LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS iron and Steel Roofing BRICK Furnished Correspondence Solicited W D Accurate Computations Basod on Assured Data Greator Part of Doubtful States Lean 6 12 Â¬ CAIN LUMBER CO Toward Silver Bryan Could Win Without New Yorki Illinois and Indiana From the Nuw York Journal 1 Itlmsbcon said thuttbo political flgurcr may as well glvo up tholr calculations this year tin tho election Is ono lti which tho Issues tiro novel party lines broken and now deals mado in tho game- of politics While this Is In a measure truo tho con- Â¬ Except In a clusion reached Is incorrect i ow states tho Democracy Is as powerful as over and In somo parts of tho country where It has formerly for years had bare17 a standing Its strength lmi greatly inTho marked enthusiasm of tho creased largo majority of tho Domocratlo national convention means something It Indicates n Democratic revival In the west anil south Tho Populist power Is shown by tho elec tions of 1802 und 1804 Its union on tho Democratic candidate is just so much solid gain If tho bolting Democrats should put a third candldato Into tho field Its only effect would bo to draw to tho ballot box tho few Democrats who dissatisfied with tho action at Chicago but not prcpurcd to swallow protection plutocrucy and pater Â¬ nalism In McKInloy lnlghtothorwlso re main away from tho polls If no third candldato should bo iu tho Held somo disaffected Democrats might voto for McKInloy but qulto as many would voto with their party rather than Hence thoro is good lose their votes ground now for an Intelligent judgment on tho outlook based on former votes und the nscortulned strength of parties The questions that present thcmsolvcs in considering tho chances of success are 1 Havo tho Populists lost or gained strength slnco tho election of 1802 2 Will tho Populist support of the Democratic candldato tor president William J Bryan bo general 3 Will the defection from tho Democratic party caused by tho action of tho Chicago convention bo great enough to Offset tho incrciiFO of strength gained from tho Populist vote la Are Ilia InpulUU crowlnc Tho total popular voto in 1802 was as follows 6550018 Domocratlo 6170108 Itcpuullcan 104103 Populist Tho Dcinocratlo and Populist voto com bined was 0607010 or 1421838 in excess of tho Republican voto Tho total Populist voto in 1801 was 1303452 or 823421 larger than in 1802 In view of tho largo Populist voto It Is significant that tho Domocratlo voto in 1803 showed an increase of 18085 ovor tho voto of 1888 whllo tho Kopubllcan voto decreased 204108 from tho voto at tho election of four yoars previous In tho states which will bo the battlo ground of tho election tho lucroaso or do creaso of tho Populist voto in 1801 as com pared with 1802 is as follows Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1802 In- - Do- - In ISOi In 1834 California Colorado 2JU52 51584 22207 22208 1U6C3 163111 10602 Idaho Illlnol Indiana Jowa JCanas 1S0J Michigan aUnneaota Montana Nebraska Nevada North Dakota Ohio 1805 Oregon 151 8 Mll 5101 criiiMi cri tuw 25MU 7121 50703 20168 112118 235J 7680 7130 11523 8105 1161C9 41782 10120 68018 7CUI 14G8I 1711 80012 87031 15240 20313 7834 83134 7204 177CO 11850 7815 5523 0851 6207S 8340 37823 24 In tho field tho Domocrats generally voted Colorado Idaho with tho Populists Kansas and Nevada wero in consequence carried by tho Populists by pluralities In Colorado of 14004 In Idaho of 1031 in Kansas of 0 874 and in Nevada of 4453 In North Dakota tho Populists obtained 181 plurality in tho state but tho three electoral votes went one to each candidate In Wyoming tho Republicans so cured 733 plurality In tho other western and Pacific states a combination of tho Domocratlo and Populist votes in 1803 would havo mado these changes In tho results California carried by tho Dcmoernts by 144 plurality would have given 35400 plurality over tho Republicans Illinois carried by tho Democrats by 20003 plurality would havo glvon thorn a plurality of 40200 Indianas Domocratlo plurality of 7 125 would have been Increased to 20833 Iowas Republican plurality of 22006 would have been reduced to 2370 Michigans Republican plurality of 20 413 would havo dwindled to 620 Minnesotas Republican plurality of 21 003 would havo boon changed to a plurality of 7410 against tho Republicans Montana Instead of giving 1270 plural ity for tho Republicans would havo given a plurality of 0004 for tho Democrats Nebraskas Republican plurality of 4003 over tho Populists would have glvon a plurality of 20830 against tho Republican Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will turn over Connecticut Now Jersey and Now York to tho MoKlnloy Republicans In this election In tho section most affected by tho stiver plurality South Dakota becauso tho Domocrats and Populist movements through tho mining and agricultural Interests five and Populists togothcr had a plurality states ran no Domocratlo electoral tickets over tho Republicans In 1803 under ad in 1803 Colorado Idaho Kansas North verse circumstances tint kept Democrats Dakota and Wyoming In Nevada al- from tho polls and reduced their voto moro though a Domocratloclectorai ticket was than 00 per out Washington bocausc It lias shown large Domocratlo nnd Populist pluralities over tho Republicans In 1803 and all subsequent elections West Virginia because its straight Democrats gave Clovcland a plurality because all Its state officers nnd judiciary are Domocratlo und becauso In eight elections only ono lias boon Republican lu Its result Tho proliablo results liascd on tho foregoing facts are thus stated TItU DCMOC1IATIO 1OBEOAST It Is claimed that tho gold Domocrats isi Total Where Will the Unplaced Statu Got Of tho unplaced states where ought California to go Iu 1802 its electoral voto was given to Clovcland by ill plurality Tho combined Democratic and Populist voto wns 25 100 ovor tho Republicans In 1801 tho Democratic governor was eloctcd by 1200 plurality and tho Dcinocratlo nnd Populist votes combined had a plurality of 62510 over tho Republicans It Is h sig nificant fact that much dissatisfaction prevailed und whllo tho Democratic governor was elected tho other state officers went to tho Republicans Delaware has gono Democratic seven times slnco 1870 nnd Republican once Illinois Indiana Iowa nnd Michigan havo In them somo Domocratlo disaffection Judgment based on ascertained facts would Im Justified In placing Illinois In diana and Wisconsin in tho Uryan column There Is certainly good ground for believing they will maintain their combined Democratic nnd Populist pluralities under tho Impetus of union nnd tho promlso of victory The rest of tho unplaced states are or tho crest of tho great western tidal wave of tho free sllvc movoment and are bellovod to bo prepared to sweep uwuy all opposition to Uryan Minnesota Montana Nebraska North nnd South Dakota Oregon Wash lngton and West Virginia are all counted on to give tho Chicago candidate their electoral votes They are placed In tho Democratic col umn for good nnd convincing reasons Minnesota because tho Democratic and Populist vote of 1802 with both those parties Inharmonious and dissatisfied was 7410 larger ihan tho Republican voto Montana because without tho prcstlgo of union and free silver coinage tho Dcinocratlo and Populist voto comblnod was 0001 larger than tho Republican voto In 1803 for president 2480 largor In tho con gressional election of 1801 nnd 7257 larger In tho last election for governor Nebraska because tho combined vote was 30850 largor than tho Republican vote In 1803 10187 larger In 1804 for governor and 10014 larger last year on su premo court Judge North Dakota becauso fusion without the prcstlgo of n solid union defeated the Republicans for governor lu 1803 by 1730 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For sale by all druggists at IRVINGTON KY THE NEW REVOLUTION AFLOAT Mariner In IN A 50 NEW Cents and 100 John Itumiell COCKLESHELL LIFE SAVING BOAT To ruko the 1laoe of n Iloano Stutloa Harbor on tlie Vrmrl Ouo of tho west peculiar vessels over built in Amcricnu waters is tho Boston Vouris Note nt Alarm In tlie New York Itrrxlil Hciull Hunt CcliUl on tiio isLs 31 Mr Boyle has made a thorough can Â¬ vass of the state and his figures there- Â¬ fore are i o purely of a specula ivj kind According to the statement which he makeB there are not a thousand farmers in the state who lavor the elnlo gold standard although in former cam- paignsuiora than half of them have voted the Republican ticket Such a statement as this coming from one lias made a thorough study of the situation and who showe by pure math- Â¬ ematics tiio strength of free coinage among the Indiana farmers is indeed a most significant straw in the politic al breeze With the farmers of Indiana solid to say nothing of the vast army of laboring men engaged in other pursuit it looks as if Indiana is certain to vote the De mot ratic ticket to a magnificent am jority Dr Uels Peppermint Chill Tonic A Bure appe cures chills permanently A com- Â¬ tliwr A perfect blood purifier plete strengthenor Dr Bells Peppei mint Chill Tonic will give col ir to the face and change that sallow complexion to a healthful rosy hue It cormcts dis- Â¬ order of the stomach and aid digfstion Overcomes nervous depression and low spirits It will restore exhausted and nursing mothtrs to full strength and en- Â¬ ergy nud makes children fat as pigs Guaranteed DR J H WHITE The Call Souvenir Trade Editor of Charleston Mo Speaks Highly of a Former Cloverport Boy Assured Democratic Populist states of 18C2 California Delaware IK 20 0 B Illlnol Indiana 24 IS Minnesota Montana I Nebraska North Dakota I i In giving resume of Charleston bus- Â¬ iness we make special montion of this famous gentleman who is beyond dis- Â¬ pute oue of the foremost dentists in Southeast Missouri Dr White is a graduate of the Louisville College of Deulstry Ho is up to date in this parÂ¬ Oregon Bouth Dakota Washington Wist Virginia Total Conceded Itcpubllcan Iowa Michigan Wisconsin t 4 4 4 4 2u3 inn nnrcBLicAW i oiicoast 143 13 14 12 South Dakota Washington Wisconsin Wyoming 013 10105 20033 20503 He ticket 0514 Wet Virginia 23140 8075 15005 4100 Fusion 0009 SSC0I 2176 7722 it 6540 f Theso figures do not correctly show in all cute tho actual Popullstln lncrcuso or ilocreaso In Colorado for Instance tho Populist voto of 1802 shows tho fusion Domocratlo and Populist voto In 1801 tho congressional election tho Domocrats had no caudlduto and divided tholr votes between tho Itopubllcans und Populists In Idaho tho Dcinocratlo and Populist votes woro bunched together in 1803 and sepa rated in 1804 Tho Kansas voto of 1802 shows tho combined Domocratlo und Populist voto while in 1805 thoy woro divided In Nebraska in 1803 thero was a bitter fight among the Democrats ovor tho ques tion of fusion on tho Populist electoral ticket tho local Domocratlo loaders fearing thoy might lose tholr power In tholr or Tho comganization if fusion prevailed bination was defeated but the Democratic voto which had been 80553 in 1888 and 71881 in 1800 dwindled down to 8403 In 1804 on a union with the Populists on governor It was 07816 and 6085 votos wore cast for a silver Domocratlo candidate Tho Domocratlo Populist governor carried tho state In North Dakota tho Dcinocratlo and Populist votes woro counted together ns Populist In 1893 und separately In 1801 In Nevada In 1801 tho voto of 6633 was oust for Governor Jones tho sliver candi date Seven hundred and eleven vote ware east for n Populist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ohio would liavo reversed tho Repub lican plurality of 1073 to a plurality oi 13778 for tho othor side Oregon which guvo a mixed voto show ing a small plurality for tho Republicans would havo given a plurality of 6200 Â¬ Â¬ m Total 201 Elector VJta for llryin 182 For McKlnU y 83 Electoral majority for Uryan Could Win Without Illinois and Indiana Tho concession of Illinois und Indiana to tho Republicans would make tho follow162 Republican prnbabla stutis 24 Illinois 15 Indiana Total Z1 Or In accordance with other Republican figures und claims this result might be foretold BttitrsVobably Republican 183 ticular business In the 10 Century ono in rr quired to read study and practice Uenistry in order to keep post The shop of this gentleman is thoroughly equipped with the latest improved tools and sufllco it to say that- ho is pr ipared to do all kinds of dental work Dr White is a prominent business man and one of Charlestons leading citlzns All work guaranteed t bo first class and up to date Prices as low as first class work can lie done for His office is located overthe City Dru Store where bo can bo found at all hours Give him a call - bay floating lifo savfiig station which has jtiNt been completed at NomhIc Conn Thero is nothing like her under tho heavens Tho mention of a lifo sav Â¬ ing station suggests n salt stained build- Â¬ ing on n stonu swept beach with surf patrols nnd llfeboits Tho now craft however is expected to provo cveu moro useful than the mirfmen ns sho will Ho offshore outside tho lino of breakers nud iier crew will havo tho clement of danger from surf removed from their work This station is tho first of tho kind ever constructed Thu boat is 100 foot long 3a feet wide nud 0 foct deep Sho is shaped much liko nu eld fashiouud lint i ton cut oil square nt tho i tcrn It is tho harbor cut out of thu main deck nt tho Mem that makes tho bout a curiosity This opening cut into tho stern is SO feet loug nud 17 fret wido It is surrounded by u walk 0 feit wido upon which boats may bo hauled Tho nppcr deck extends tho whole length of fife boat covering over the top of the harbor ns well As the fetation will continually lio at iter anchors and head to tho wind it follows that tho egress and ingress of small boatH frcm und into the harbor will bo conducted in u sheltered place and out tf tho dangerous nud disagree Â¬ able lenturcs which lifo saving crews havo hitherto had to put up witli tho launching of boats through tho surf will bo obviated Iu this harbor will bo moored two naphtha launches for tho uso of tho lifo savers and n surfboat will haug on davits near at hand As a whole tho cruft looks something like a houseboat Site is built iu a most durnblo manner with u viow rf resist ing nny storm with which she may havo to battle Sho is heavily bnlkheuded and tho main deck which is tin feet nbova tho level of tho sea contains abundant room for tho crew of eight men nnd captain who will man the ves sel On this deck is a largo pilotliouso 7 feet high which will bo ucd as a lookout Thero is abundant room for tho comfort of tho crew Tho stutiou is fitted wilh anchors but has no masts machinery or steering gear Shu lias been CO days under con struction and is to bo towed to Dohtou nt once whero sho will bo stationed in Boston bay directly off City Point Her cost was 7 000 exclusive of her fur Â¬ nishings nud sho was designed by As sistant Superintendent of Construction Henry E Davis of Paluicrs yard Now Ifork Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When John Russell Young writes for tho Now Yok Herald ho knows ho must not take- - a position contrary to tho poliry of tho paper which is controlled body and sjuI by thu money power no does hovvvvr give warning to hid masters that tho new revolution is liko that of 1800 and that tho peoplo of tho country uro in ullhineo for better conditions Hero is what hu says about Uuu diduto Bryan Tho campaign against Mr Bryan cannot bo mailo upon personal lines uor will it succeed upon any theory of belittling tho caudidnto or his cause Ho is a very young man to govern thu councils of a nation Well so wero William iittnud Bolinghroke nud Lord Itaudolph Churchill Sheridan Mc Plierson uud Stonewall Jackson in tho civil war wero young men Iu n nation of young men it is dangerous to assail a candldato becauso of his years Youtli bus its camariidcrio and a tendency to tread on tho heels of thoso who go before it unless they liustlo out of tho way Jfor must wo resent tho proposal of Mr Bryiut to stump tho states Douglas did tho samo tiling in that forlorn passionate campaign of 18G0 when hu strove to stty tho socctsiou movoment Nor cau a canvass bo mado upon tho theory that Bryan has been equivocal that ho sometimes wabbled in his De Â¬ mocracy and that ho lias wanted to in vudo Populist and other watermelon patches Republicans havo pardoned too much wabbling among their own leaders to catechiso their opponents Nor can Bryan bo criticised becanso of Ho lias probably as n want of head much head ns nine tenths of tho candi dates who have ever run for thu position And if thero lio in his speeches a tendency toward foam and fustian re Â¬ member that they swayed a vast and remarkabio body of men Speeches must not bo valued because of their impression upon tho student in his closet but from their elTrct upon a throng I never could seo much in tho way of cogent mind convincing oratory iu Patrick Henrys declamation about liberty or death yet it precipitated n revolution I am writing this becauso thero could bo no graver mistiiko than for Re publicans to undcivnluo tho Democratic canipaigu cr Lelittlo tho candidate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiio two hiring nuvigutois who left Now Ytuk 111111 8 in a tocklcdiidl boat 18 fed Kaig lo eiosH the Atlantic aro nil right In their frail little nnft they wero sighted on July II in latitude fiOilO onMuleulrp- - by the American liner Indiana Captain Thompson and usked to bo reported Tho during mari ners appeared to bo in tho best of spirits und required no assistance whatever from tho Indiana nlthnugh provisions and water wero offered them Tho sitlit of so small a boat in midocean was rare and at llrst tho ofilccrs of tho Indiana thought it wns somo shipwreck crew that laid taken to tlie lifeboat Captain Thompson said yesterday that tho posi tion in which he pus ul tho Sosodout was aLont 811 miles from Fistnet Both men wei poched in tlie stein sheets of tho beat and wero olad in oilskin suits ns tho spray was coining directly over them They expected toieaeh a channel port some time early in August should tho weather lcmuiu favorable Tho craft on which theso men aro making tlie perilous trip isof their own design nnd it very broad but draws not more than threo inches of water They had when leaving New Yoik 10 days provisions Tho water is eairied in four tanks two forward and two aft and tho provisions principally canned goods nro stored in water tight com partments Captain Thrmpson of thu Indiana took great pains to telegruiiii tho information to New York whero tho families of tho daring mariners will learn of tliuir safety Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Modern NippIi Iu tiio llluck Hilts At the mouth ot Whitetail gulch in tho Black hills of South Dakota a man 80 years old is building an ark the pur pose of which ho lefuses to state further than that lie exacts to lloat it Tito di mensions are 10 feit long 15 fit t wido and i feel deep As Iheio lmi nevtr been known to bo water in that sielioii to Hunt the strange craft there is a great deal ot speculation as to ils pin pose Kroiu tiio action and remarks cf thu old man it is thought lie is looking for n second delugo und intends to bo prvpuied lor it His ail is a gient curi osity to the residents rf thut sccthu Chicago Timcb Hirild Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Free Pills Fend your address to II K Ilucklon A Co ChicHgrt and gft a hee sample box A trial of Dr Kings New Life Pills will convinco you of their merits These pills are essy in action and are particularly efli ctive iu the cure of Constipa tion and Sick Headache For Malaria Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY Wharfmasfers CLOVERPOrlT Steamboat Agents CO KENTUCKY Local Agenti Homestead Fertilizer Company and Oil Company Standard Dealcra in 1 for the Republicans would have changed to 737 against them Washingtons Republican plurality of 0018 would huc ljccn wiped out nnd n Democratic und Populist plurality of 12 607 would lmo turned tho state to tho other side West Virginias Domocratlo i ittrallty of 4 171 would havo Ixxm increased to 8310 Wisconsin DnmiHTitlo plurality of 0511 would han swelled t 10463 Wyoming which gno IIirrlsiii 732 plurality would havo doled tnt to him uuly 2J2 Alhiwltig to tlo Chicago Democratic candidate only tho r iUm that uro believed to Iw certain for htm whatotcr tho gold Deuiocmtn may do tho following U tho list of 1 against Harrison South Dakotas plurality of 83 IIUlOCnVTIO STATU doctoral votii 11 AUbama Arkuiuu Ilorldu Georgia Kentucky Loulaiana 8 Uarjlaud MhMOun Xi 7 t W 4 13 13 Mlwliulppl Mti 8 - 0 17 srff IHi- i-0---t- m r North Carollua South Carollua Touneaeo Texas i Ltan Virginia Tutal H 0 t 1 f4 M u IU Froginhi Btomaoh Gttonsbu g Ind Aug 8 A very peculiar case is reported from Dearborn county Herman ICllfues formerly a strong healthy man has bjen In qljto poor health for the past thr e mouths growing Delaware t continually away in worse In100that to 16 time he fell Indiana flsh from West Virginia only eighty two pounds lie bting a meru Nebraska I skeleton He could not tell what was 4 Oregon 115 the matter with him although lie fre Â¬ Totnl Other Republican prophots glvo up tho quently felt pains in his stomach Phy Â¬ western unplaced states except Indiana sicians were igno ant of the cause and but lalm for their tieket Dobnvrro North specialists who came from Cincinnati Carolina and LouUlauu This would give arjd Loulsvlllo woro puzzcd giving up with tli states assigned to tho Republic his cose as a hopelets mystery Today ans Assigned votes 18 tue mystery was explainot when lie 8 Delaware suddenly took ill the case appearing 15 Indiana 11 North Carolina similar to cholera Wheu ho was given Louisiana I up to be dying he was reliovod of a live sI5 Total water frog weighing one pound and Still not enough to elect MoKlaley tlireoountts Ho is improving now and On tho other liand It U seriously ques tioned whether Now York with Its deadly lias hopes of recovery Where ha for Â¬ Itcpublloah local fond and a Democracy merly worked there was a spring atnl it growing In enthusiasm for Bryan whose Is thouicht lie swallowed the frog while only crimes appear to be hU youth and hi drinklnf from It The physicians pro Â¬ eloquence will be found In the Kepubllean column Many Democrat deny that Ohio nounce It a Mai like which thero Is none can tw safely counted for McKlnley while on record Mayfleld Mirror every man Willi a kuoivlodgonf politic can Judgo whether It wilt not lw moro probable Powder ROYAL thut Iowa Michigan and Wisconsin will In totvmlng found rolling on to tlie Domoemtte Hlgkat ef all be shore on tho great wottwu tidal wave thau tlU Dewntc Iltliiok IndUac Ne ing result Â¬ Tlie people have long since hurned that the most dlsagreeablu medicines are not necessarily tho best In fact as a rule they are not What is wanted is something mild and sure nrh as Cham berliana Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy That is really pleasant to take when reduced with water andawei b neil Then it is acknowledged eviry whero to be the most successful remedy in tho Abk any world for bowel complaints number of druggists f r the Inst remedy they have for diarrhoi a and fully nine outoftii will rPcouimendCI aniherlaiuV In tpeaklnn rf this medicine Mr Jl li HulIum of Ftieudavillo Siinpiuhanna Co Pa bh and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious Bubstauco and to bo purely vegetable Thfv do not weaken bv their action but by giving tono to stomach and bowels gr atly invigorate the system itegular size m per box- - Sold by Short A Hayuesdruggists MARK HANNAS 11 Doors Sash Winds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Ceiling Weather Hoarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Hair Plow Plastering Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bulldlnos and Building Material PLAN la to llleud Colli ami rrotectlou to Foul the Voter So It should bo noted thnt while tho Ito- Â¬ publlcans nro shouting that they aro U Trick GRDVtL making a greut buttlo for sound s We have used it in our family for pain in the stomach colio aid diarrhoea and found It to he a most i K ctivn n me dy For sale by A It Fnln r druggist GOLD ORE IN CONNECTICUT Jnjlut Quality Fouud Iu a Mount Cariuel htrent Whllo improvements wero in progress on n publiu street of Mount Cariuel u Ledeo of n kdgu of oro was struck Samples of the ore wero sent to Now York und wcru fouud to contain gold iu n proportion largo enough to gnurantco u fair return ou thu investment in crush ing nud milling machinery With tho prospect of a paying raiuo before them several business men of Mount Cirmel havo combined to form n company to operate tlte niiuu and take advantage of thu mid Thu 1 ek pf kiiQwledgo of tho extent of tho oro veil Is till that keeps back n genuine mining cnuo there A mining export front tho lllack llilN has been brought to Mount Curinel to prospect and determine thucxteut und ill rcctiou of tho vein Now York World Coun Â¬ little hanilcf just north of New Haven Baking bothering about tho moucy question but want a protectivo tariff Tho trick of tho syndicate interests iu control of tho Republican party in put ting McKinley on a gold platform is emphasized by this inslstcnco that tho tariff is mi issuo in tho face of tho claim thnt the fluaucinl question is tho over Â¬ shadowing issue These shrewd political jobbers ku6w thut it would bo fatal to mako McKin loyism the issue of tho campaign and that it is dangerous to keep it too prom- Â¬ inently beforo tho peoplo but thoy aro quietly laying tho foundation for tho claim should tho Republican campaign bo successful that tho peoplo demand u rotnru to MoKiulcyism By blending the gold standard with McKlnleyixni thu McKinley syndicate hppes to gain votes which would cer IS JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS tainly bo cast aguiust its candidate But iu tho event of McKinley select ipn they WARRANTED PRICE 50ots Will be counted for McKiulcyism Tho aiiATiAiixsNoriauua Co hi result will bo hailed us a triumph of rwll Jlodklnf Wo aoMIauU Mo MB botUea ot Uantloincn last jraar llOVlIJ TAHTMKSi C1IILX TIWIO aut h tbo protectivo policy uoustit lured imaaalnuul IhtiKNK Inalliarax- Â¬ Â¬ moucy tho organs and representatives of tho tariff barons aro pcrsistoutly claiming that tho tariff is au issue says tho St Louis Republic Boss Ilanna de Â¬ clares thut tho workingmen aro not CHILL TDNIC AiMirctMAQak TABTELES5 yfsrlhji weight ia gild rSitUirltUt NBI Cloverport Uj for AtbyJurD Uibbw nt II jauj la tbo druf Iwitinm h iVyruHnartloilnalsaTaaujt tinUaria mtla Wouoaiu jour T wls itoun tnlr 5 m THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS GLOYKRPORT KY BRANDENBURG roprlttn -- I ST 19 1890 0 Tsar la AdTnc Teachers Institute The Sick Improving Cima Hermka Break Next Week Hammocks etc All the Go Mrs Gough is visiting in Bullitt coun Â¬ i 4eftluYr J126 about Jen Hardin ept 15 David Fairleigh camo down Sunday to see his mother SiLVEtt Democrat dont forget to como Mrs J W Richardson will go to Glas out to your district meetings next Satur Â¬ gow this week day Dont forget tho picnic next Saturday and the ball at night Tub very beat farmers In this county Mrs Chris McGehce is doing well are for Bryan and free silver and by reason of their support of this man and Mrs loo Phillips has left his cause they aro set down as anarchists Miss Ethel Lewis of Louisville is with her uncles family Mr James W Wont that bo a glorious meeting at Lewis llardlnsburg on Sept fi Free silver Mrs Alt Putnam nee Allco Webb is Democrats freo silver Republicans and here for August to visit relatives and free silver Populists all a shoutin for friends Bryan Mr George Dowden and sons Donald Is estimated that the tobacco crop and Bev were in I nKiio county last It in this county will bo cut oil one third week Bro George CundilT assisted by Bro on account of the worms In some in Â¬ stances whole crops have been entirely Rushing is conducting protracted ser- Â¬ vices in Irvlugton eaten up Mrs Ginule Phillips and daughter Boukkk Cockrans great speech in re-Â¬ spent a few days last week with Mr and ply to Bryan and delivered in New York Mrs Thomas Ditto Arlington yesterday will appear in the News next Misses Iula Woolfok and Lena Nevitt week The News is determined to keep have returned after pleasant visits to its readers posted on both sides of this Big Springs and Meade Springs money question The business of the Henry Tom Pusey Will Grlnnell News is to publish the news Nevitt and Orla Woolfolk went to Louis- Â¬ The only issue in this campaign is the ville last Saturday Tom left for Chicago money question It is the free coinage on Sunday night Tom Pusey attended the Institute reg of Loth silver and gold on an equality as against tho free coinage of gold alone ularly He pronounced the recitation It doesnt matter whether you are a Jno Maynard particularly fine Miss Democrat Republican or Populist if you Eua Davis a handsome young teacher favor the free coinage of both silver and rendered it most effectively gold on equal terms you should cast your Mr Editor you are liberal and broad voto for Dry an minded in all views Will you please let this column say Hurrah for the Of all the bolters in this county Barnes Sage of Glen Lily Thank youI know stands at the head He is the same would because I cant vote anyhow Barnes that participated in the regular That sweet sweet girl that married Democratic convention he raved and Miss Mary McFarland to Mr Pirtle of lie ranted he resolutcd and ho votod Howes Valley Mary has chosen well nnd declared ho was tho best Democrat and wisely we bear and w sincerely on earth Alas and Alack I where is trust her future happiness is assured May Brer Barnes Democracy now Tho sick list has not increased and the I onl help Barnes we cant those on it are improving Mrs James Fairleighs fever has been a little hard A life long Republican told the News to control but it ie not running so high Â¬ at llardinsburg last Monday that he in at this writing with no serious symptons tended to vote for Bryan and freo silver Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville is said further that in November He twenty five or thirty of his neighbors here to see her brothers We want to would vote the same way Owen Cun- Â¬ interview tho popular young lady on ningham Charlie Blanford and Itnbe floating straws which usually it is Miller dont believo this but its a fact claimed show the direction the zphyrs all the same and all hades cant keep blow C M Nevitt will not teach immediate- Â¬ them from it ly in Owensboro but at Ellendale a few You may ridicule the farmer as much miles out Charlie seems highly elated as you please but you cant get along over the flattering piospects for the fuwithout him Whats the matter with ture of the institution and its beautiful this town now Why is business of locality and surroundings every kind on the drag Who do the J T Ditto the popular hat drummer merchants of this ton n look to for trade of Queen City renown has been enjoy- Â¬ Who has built up the town and made it ing an outing at his childhood home I what it is It is tho farmer When have noted that Atlantic City episode the farmer Is prosperous we feel it in that ten thousand dollar damsel and town and that is the trouble now The shall ventillate opinions in tho future gold standard is ruining the farmer Mrs Agnes Rickettsdiod atherdaught ere Mrs Black of Louisville last Satur- Â¬ Dr It L Newsom dropped into our day Mrs RIcketts was here a good ofiiee the other day and laid upon our deal with her son James She was a desk a slip of paper with the following good woman and very much of a lady words written on it He remarked a devoted mother and grand mother That is the name of your party Miss Iida Haynes is back from Ekron Demo Populo Silvero Chicago Sho entertained a number of fiiends Communo Anarcho Sociaio Tellero Thursday night Iida has secured a Debso Coxeyo comIseudocratlc Deafness Cannot Be Cared music class at Ekron for the ensuing fall bination by local application as they cannot She has taught and very successfully Gov Stone of Missouri in a great speech he made last Wednesday at Mad before performing her duty conscien- Â¬ reach the diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to cure Deafness ison f quare Garden in introducing W tiously and with much enthusiasm J Bryan sai 1 Tinies may be hard on this side of the nnd that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ Sir the man who holds up to oppro-Â¬ water but really one would be disposed brium such men as constituted the to doubt it when we read daily of the dition of tho mucous lining of the Chicago Convention who denounces traveling gayety and dress prevailing in Eustachian Tube When this tube gets them as cranks Anarchists or Socialists the land Some big firms in Chicago inflamed you have a rumbling sound or or who in any respect impugnes their have gone to the wall in the last week imperfect hearing and when it is en- Â¬ intelligence or patriotism does himself but depression may be confined to the tirely closed Deafness is tho result and most rank injustice if he be not a knave commercial world while the fashionable unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal a slanderer or a fool That convention part continues its usual trend condition hearing will be distroyed for ilid indeed represent the masses of the Misses Jen Hardin and Bettio McGehce people the great industrial and pro- Â¬ and I had a pleasant little visit to Camp ever which is nothing but an inflamed ducing masses of the peoplo It repre- Â¬ Herndon last Sunday Mr Allan R condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for sented tho men who plow and plant who Carter and II W Herndon were on any case of Deafness caused by catarrh fatten herds who toil in shops who fell hand 0 H Sholzerbash of U S forests and delvo in mines But aro Bakery Co besides many other guests that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh these to be regarded witli contumely and Such a gold standard crowd I Such a Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENNEY CO Toledo 0 addressed in terms of contempt Why supply and demand people luclous sir these are tho men who feed and fruit you know The camp will break 8rSold by all Druggists 75c clothe the nation whose products make up next week Henry Herndon doesnt up the sum of our exports who produce lose any of his vivacity nor cordiality Republican County Committee Meet Â¬ the wealth of tho Republic who bear We took supper with Mrs Dan Roberts ing the heaviest burdens In tlmo of peace and then to church at Buck Grove wheie IlARniNsnuno Kv Aug 17 1890 who are ready always to give their life Bro Ramsey U assisting Bro Willet in a Pursuant to call the Republican County blood for their countrys Hag in short protracted meeting in which much inter Â¬ Cornmitteo met at the Court house in these are tho men whoso sturdy arms est la being manifested and large con- Â¬ llardinsburg Ky on Monday Aug 17 and faithful hands uphold the stupen- gregations in attendance 1890 Upon motion the following now dous fabric of our civilization They Prof A C Burton and Mr Eiuene committeemen were chosen HAOelze aro tho bravest and the tenderest the Hardesty will teach our public school Cloverport precinct No 3 W E Dock truest and the best These are tho men beginning Sept 7 The districts were ery McDaniels precinct T L Curtis Cldcago in tones that rang who spoke at combined last spring There is now in Glendeane precinct Every district in out clear and high and strong They course of erection on West Hill a room the county was represented much en Â¬ in earnest and did not mean to be were Mx 12 by the side of the school building thusiasm manifested and the most favor- Â¬ misunderstood It was the volco of true comparatively new which will afford able reports made as to the unity of the Democracy It was also the voice of ample accommodation for all tho pupils party In this county Tho meeting ad Â¬ deep conviction spoken without fear Prof Burton taught at Vine Grove last journed to meet upon the call of the They demanded what they wanted and year where ho gave general satisfaction Chairman thoy mean to have it They did not go and where he had a largo school Mr A R KinciieIOK Chmn to Wall street for their principles nor Hardesty is popular here as teacher and 0 P Hook Secy over the sea for their inspiration Their man and has taught us soveral excellent principles were inherited from tbo fath Â¬ IfMoKinleyWins schools Mr A M Byerly will begin ers and their inspiration sprang from an teaching at tho Masonic Hall Aug list unconquerable love of country and of New Voik Journal So we will have no a private school home In tho event of success the people of lack of educational advantages Mrs 0 S Grlnnell will have charge of the the United States every one of whom Buokleni Arnica Salve music class and it promises to be large are taxpayers will have to reimburse The Best Salve In the world for Cuts Let us all work that la the idea I et Huntington a thousand fold as thoy Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt RbeumFever the parents co operate with the teachers will have to repay Haiina and Elkius Sores TetterChapped HandsGhilblatns Why wouldnt I vote the Republican and Hobart and Proctor and the other Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ ticket if I were a Democrat That party millionaires who aro trying to buy a itively cures Piles or no pay required favors tax on wool Men who a a sugar bounty the presidency for McKlnloy It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ control of the Hawaiian Islands by our have learned how easily and rapidly faction or money refunded Price 26 country the purchase of the Danish Is Â¬ money is to bo made by partnership cents per box For sale by Short x lands more pensions a great big expen with tho Goverment will not lose any Haynes sive navy millions appropriated for sea opportunity to put their knowledge to coast defense and other schemes could profitable use The be mentioned which Democrats have al showed no baking powder ways opposed Dont align yourselves OASTOXUTJl so pure or so great la leav Â¬ with the party and thereby assist In the At te ilM nant itwr reinstatement of the war tariff and sub dfutsN C ening power at the Royal tt ym yan j lX PAGES will epeak In Loulavillo ty Miss Bettio McGehce is visiting Miss Â¬ 1 Â¬ stitute the McKlnloy tarifl for the pres ent and perhaps worse Dont fear the Force Bill Its passago may bo watched for bhoutd McKlnley be elected and the Stnata and Lower House be Republican You may argue freo silver is not an article of Democratic faith but it is an insane declaration to avow for theso issues MissSallle Lightfoot of Hawesvllle has been with her aunt Mrs Geo Dow Â¬ den for a protracted visit and has made a most pleasant impression in social cir- Â¬ cles Her brother Forrest from LouisÂ¬ ville joined her hero last Thursday and on that evenlog a gay bevy of our young peoplo came by for mo to chaperono them cut to Mrs Dowdens for a sur- Â¬ prise party Miss Ada Brown consented to assist In the duenna role so off we went Mrs Dowden and her three daughters Misses lone Eulaand Annie are all entertaining and pleasant Hammocks and swings in the yard music and games in the house Miss Sallle and Mr Forrest both play well which added much to the pleasure of tho ocMelons delicious ones too wero casion served and when the patting hour camo it was wilh reluctance i nth raid Good- Â¬ night I just thought It and Ive been a think Â¬ ing it and my opinions aro vorifled in an A article Too much Mrs Bryan wifes lull lence patience devotion and self sacrifice assist in developing a hus bands higher nature and in aiding him in any career He feels her spiritual in- Â¬ fluence and so do all men above mere physical charms But a husband nor a nation does not admiro his divinity to gain too much tho ascendancy The Southern men much prefer fluffs and frills laces and fljwers home and cra- Â¬ dles for wives to a Presidential tour I am pretty much in favor of Do as you plca8eso you please your own husband so I believe if Mr Bryan wished me to follow Id oboy but then you know my mind would be so truant on account of those threo little children in tho far West Id fall to bo of much value at re- Â¬ ceptions and public speeches Mrs Br an is a pesitive character a brainy modern woman and who thinks those old Southern ideas an old fallacy in fan- Â¬ tastic garments and the ordeal of facing the public seems to bo no strain on her She believes In giving a helping hand to struggling aspirants The Teachers Institute list week was tho tilling feature The number in at- Â¬ tendance was large The interest ex hibited was apparent Many visitors attended each session which was opened by singing and playing Mr W D Ashcraft our able school commissioner displayed much ability in the perfection of arrangements and in securing so com- Â¬ petent and proficient an instructor ns Prof Mcllenry Rhodes to preside Miss Frank Conway was Secv On Thursday night the teachers us listed by local talent gave a literary and musical treat at the court house Prof Rhodes gave He a talk on Two Phases of Life evinced thoroughness of thought beauty of imagery purity of diction combined with a graceful delivery which appealed to a popular audience Space forbids mention of all till we reach Prof A C Burton who recited an amusing medley in which passages of tenderness and pathos mingled with the comic and ri- Â¬ diculous appeared most effectively Prof Burton is an affable speaker and was heartily encored The exercises closed with God be with you till we Mrs G II Casperke and meet again Miss Pearle Ditto rendered valuable assistance in the musical numbers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SUICIDE Miss Alice Beware Of Mercury Mr Henry Roth of 1818 South 9th Street St Louis was given the usual mercurial treatment for contagious blood poison He was twice pronounc- Â¬ ed cured but the disease returned each time he was seized with rheumatic pains and red lumps and sores cov ered nis uouy I was In a hor Â¬ he rible fix says and the Free Silver Rally AT i Sinclair Takes Her Own Lire in a Barn at Custer Monday HARDINSBURG KY September 5th 1896 All those who want to hear truths about tho money question from a FREE SILVER stand point should como out and hear tho Cham Â¬ pions of this cause tho The Only Young Loved Man She Ever Has Turned Against Her THE LETTER REVEALS ALL Custer Ky Aug 17 1SW Mb Em Sir our town was in a quiet mood Ton and our school commenced with about ten children in attendance and our young teacher J II Hosklnson to straighten them out and after we got them all seated we left them and soon was called to A B Olivers his cook a Miss Alice Sinclair was found hanging dead in his barn and from all we can learn she had been dead for an hour with this written in her dress pecktt and about one half of it sticking out Custor Ky Aug 17 1890 To all of my people and friends 1 am in the no- Â¬ tion this morning that there is no more pleasure for me in this troublesome world and I dont want to live any longer The only one that I ever loved In this world lias refused to speak to me and I rant live in this world without his friendship I would like to see him again And have a long talk with him but It is so that I cant never see him again I have read of sad pieces and it always seemed to me like that would be the way 1 would die Tell my father and my mother that they have enough others to comfort them in their old age Tell my brothers and my sisters not to weep over me I want to bo buried in black and I want be buried at homo by tho side of my littlo brother I have lived eighteen years in this world and now I waut to try a better I want Ader Cloven to see me before I am put away I dont want any body to grieve after me I dont think there is many that will I have been thinking of this for a long time nnd now I have decided I heard news this morning that broke my heart You must excuse bad writing for I can hardly hold my pencil 1 want to bo buried Wednesday morning at t oclock and I want all of my friends to be there that can get there I want all of my things gathered up and give to Ira I have wrote all that I have time I will close this letter by asking you all to meet me in a better world where there is no sin and sorrow Written by A lick Sinclair We at onco cut her down and sent for Squire C C Carman and he came down nnd summoned a jury nnd thoy found n verdict that she came to her death by hanging herself there Is no use rehears Â¬ ing the evidence as I left a space for her letter that she had on her person The father mother brothers and sisters have the sympathy of tho writer Miss Alice was an intelligent and highly esteemed young girl and Is of one of the best fami- Â¬ lies of this county their relatives are many in this neighborhood being a decendant of the Carters and Sinclairs whom I have known from my early recollections and only knew them to love them Extending all my sympathy to the family I remain as ever George Harnbd Be sure to get Simmons Liver Regula- Â¬ tor for your Spring Medicine Its the old reliable that did tho old folks so much good Dont let anyone persuade you to take anything else instead You can always tell Simmons Liver Regulator by the Red Z on the package Dont for Â¬ get the word Regulator Simmons Liver Regulator better than anything else and sure to do you good ment I receiv Â¬ ed the worse I seemed to get A New York specialist said he could cure Of Lexington nic but his treatment did me no iruou dY whatever I was stiff and full of pains my left arm was useless so that I was unable to do even the Committee lightest work This was tny condition Chairman Populist State when I began to take S S S and a citizens Qf Breckenridgo County at few bottles convinced me that I was 1 continued bping benefitted the medicine and one dozen bottles cured tnc sound and well My system was under the effects of mercury and I would soon have been a complete wreck but for 8 S S S S S guaranteed purely vegetable is tnc only cureÂ¬ for real blood dis eases The mer-Â¬ more treat- Â¬ Hon GHAS J BRONSTON Ky nnd tho Hon JOE A PARKER IClQYiIhrKy Hardinthurg will addrcsH tho curial treatment of the doctors al ways does more harm than good Beware of mercury Books on the disease and Its treat- Â¬ ment mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Â¬ sss September 5 Buyer In SATURDAY r 96 PRESTON Revival In OPENING SILVER CAMPAIGN This meeting will open the campaign for Freo Silver in this county Let overy person who favors going back to tho monoy of our DaddioB and taking tho power out of tho hands of WALL STREET Trouble nnd giving it back into tho hands of tho ToiltDg Masses of tho peoplo A child of Mr Cyrus Noblo died last Como out and lend their aid to tho Righteous cause of the people week Como one como all and hear Good news and gd tidings of Matt Chappell from Indiana was here great joy last week J II LENNIN Chairman P P C Com Mr and Mrs 0 M McGlothlan were here last week J WHIT WORTH Chairman D C Com progress Cattle Town- - -- Young Man Has Heart Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Dr Henry Drury to St Louis Several to Sulphur Springs Saturday Pearce Hardaway Sprained His Ankle Dr Henry Drury has gone to St Louis Miss Ellon Stltes of llardinsburg is spending this week with Miss Leah Pavne Dr P W Foote is filling his silos witta Tho sick folkaare all improving Miss Clara Jordan is visiting her grand father uncle Joel Jordan Maiy Palliam is the guest of Mary Payne Misses Blanche and Julia Sanders contiuue to visit their friends in our com- Â¬ munity David Hardaway and Miss Stella Paul together with quite a number of others attended the picnic at Sulphur springs Saturday This Saturday and Sunday is the regu- Â¬ lar preaching appointment at the Baptist Church Rev J Lewis pastor was In his place bitli days preaching good ear- Â¬ nest sermons August 10th Sabbath School in both churches and devotional meeting Ep worth League in the evening in the Methodist church Pearco Hardaway sprained his ankle soverely last Friday We hope all the girls will go to seo him and help hint out of this painful lonesome while Mrs I P Morton and Miss Celesta Beavin visited friends In Brandenburg Tuesday Misses Mary and Louse Moorman and Mary Peyton will return home Monday Aug 17th Alfred and Jesse Payne and WaW Drury have gone to III to get emplojr-menu Miss Lula Nunnely is the guest of Miss Blanche Jolty It is with pleasure we welcomo her and anticipate good times during her stay mass convention day Aug 22 Â¬ Worlds Fair Tests Ui Every Democrat should attend the at the City Hall Satur KNIGHT OF LABOR FOR SILVER Blanche Claycomb and their brother Wallace of Irvington are Official Journal of the Oruer Callton the guests of Mrs Tom Gregory Its Members For Support and many sinners have been brought The Mhses Kincheloe of near llar- Â¬ into the fold Rev Hunt of Louisville dinsburg were in attendance at the Now York August 10 Bryan is is assisting our pastor is an able who now party at Mrs Gregorys and the gust of also the candidate of the Knights of La earnest minister gifted with unusual Miss Naunie Board for tho night bor for president The Journal of the eloquence and oratory and under his Miss May Claycomb won her brilliancy Knights of plain teaching it is almost impossible Labor the official organ of for a sinner not to recrgnize his lost con- Â¬ in our society at the Misses Board Fri the order today is a leading editorial dition and not to accept the plan of day evening by favoring the many ones headed The Occasion and the Man calls on all membors of the salvation which he offers His fervent with somo of her excellent musc order to Virgil Smith one of our boys who support the Nebraska man appeals are irresistableand Bro English at the polls with his great heart ovei flowing with has been seeking his fortune among In November The editorial is from the lovo for saffdriug humanity how he strangers for the last six or seven years pen of Henry B Martin of Washington labors and prays and pleads so earnestly is at his old homo once agatn on a va- a member of the general executive board also editot of The Journal the cauao of bis Master His noble face cation and recreation The editor is almost transfigured with joy as he The Lawn Fete given to the Misses sya sees so many coming to Jesus and ac Â¬ Board on last Friday night in honor of Bryan is the man of the hour brought forth by the necessities of knowledging their Savior Tho meet Â¬ the neighborhood was largely attended AU tUo ings will be likely to continue some time and all seemed to pans away the hours Powers or wealtit0isu hand ihe influences it brings and everybody is invited to attend by various tete tete until lato hours are all ready at work to compass hw Christians who are unable to attend of the night tl Hnit i fi6ry etal robber will rejoice to hear that God Is in our A merry crowd was highly entertained midst and is making himself apparent on last Wednesday at Mr 1iiE in 5fwirw whose inter- and Mrs Tom continued subjugation and we hope that they will pray that Gregorys of the wage earner and The occasion being in honor farmer much good may be done sheet which has prospered every of her brother Virgil and the Misses and grown upon tho subsidies to be ob- Claycomb of Irvington Bl Mrs Anna Gage wife of Ex people are only wishing The young ls tremen l mZVr VaFM7 that Mrs vZ M0rce 8 flready nvliS to prv Gregory will open her doors acaln sonn e ng triumph of the Deputy U S Marshal people The Whltney Oieveland frs Fannio Board was creatlv sur mnda annTnCy j Mu Mmsed on Wednesday by recelviuir a Celumbus Kan saysi cognize the danger to watermelon which weighed tlility four continuance IwaadcSvered U nothing of TWINS in pounds from Miss Nanuie Fisher of i will l letunlre1 1 ing of the devastating Bay the com less than 80 min- Â¬ Glendeane She wishes to thank the flood utes and with doner for her rememberance and kind a conventions has ness through the Nks as such a treat scarcely Buy pain People themselves Jx0kea everday overalls after uthtg only as this will long be remembered and jeans people have seen jumpers the crlRobt Weatherford and Katie Board twobot les of attended the wedding of Misa Maxle man and the Ides of November will MOTHERS Bandy to Mr Ed KIssam on last Vat the nesday 8wnllWtalled Tho occasion being a very haughty Politician doesnt poasese and cannot pleasant one for all who wero FRIEND buy nnnt the tho votes necessary to prevent We wish the pleasing little couple people from entering into their many DID HOT BOTTgMt AFTERWARD bright hours In the luture and may Misses May Â¬ Isaac Carter of New Albany was buy tog sheep in this vicinity last week Mr and Mrs Len Cart from near Union Star were here last Sunday Miss Clara Payne of Iodiburg is the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph Robin Â¬ son Rsv Hunt went to Stephensport lost Sunday to fill his regular appoint- Â¬ ment Mr and Mrs Ellis Stiff from near Brandenburg are attending the meeting at Raymond James Ater is talking of accompany- Â¬ ing his cousin Ellis Baysinger to In-uiiui lurriiurv Master Bvrne Levers of Henderetini is spending the summer with his uncle W M Frymfre Miss Dee llasham a charming young lady of Lodiburg spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends here C M Robbins of Sample was at Ray- Â¬ mond last Sunday consequently Nick Mercer occupied a seat in the rear Rev English was called to Union Star1ast Thursday to officiate at the fun- Â¬ eral of a child of Charley Chappell Messrs June Chappell of Little Bend and Jesse Stiff of Concordia were here last week circulating among friends Sam Dugan of Irvington bought a large number of cattle from our farmers and removed them to his farm last weok Jabez Brasbear is very ill of heart trouble consequently ho calls at Dr Frymires quite frequently here of late S W Basket has recently painted his dwelling house thus giving the finish Â¬ ing touch to ono of the neatest cottages hereabout Thero is a band of noble young men and women working faithfully in tho church at Raymond Tlieso consecrated young people aro reaping a harvest of joy in this world and laying a sure foundation for future happiness Wo are having a glorious revival at Bros Raymond church Hunt and English aro doing much good in awaken- Â¬ ing religious fever Christians are bav- - Under a new management In addition to the Common School Course casses will be sustained in Higher Branches Bookkeeping and 1enmanship a specially Day pupils wanted For terms of tuition etc apply to M E AVIT I Stcy K HARMON IMn llardinsburg Ky THE HARDINSBURGNORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 - PUBLIC SALE - There will be a Public Sale on the farm of tho lato Martin Glothlnn near Mc- - IRVINGTON KY SATURDAY AUGUST 29th 1896 Consisting of the following articles 5 Head of Work Horses and Mules Cattle and othor stock 74 Head of Stock Hogs 05 acres of corn in field 1 Walter A Wood Binder and other Implements 1 Studabaker Wagon 2 new Buggic Household and Kitchen Furniture W D HENRY Auct R B McGLOTIILAN GARFIELD Lawn Fete Society Brightening up A Watermelon Thirty Four Pounds Merry Greeting Mrs Fannie Board is f lowly slonly improving and think the much help given ua by our kind neighbors relatives and friends will long be cheer Ished Clarence Nannie and Katie Board kind service and rememberance in the late illnisj of our dear mother who is 9 improv- Â¬ ing Miss EHzi Macy has been on tho sick lif t for two weeks Miss Leila Kincheloe spent a few days laat week with Miss Lola Norton and attended church at Freedom We noticed the chaimlng face of Miss Lena Bandy of Owensboro at Freedom the first Sunday of the meeting Why suffer with Coughs Colds and LaGrippe when Laxative Bhomo Quinine will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce tho ringing in the head like Sul- Â¬ phate of Quinine Tut up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure or money refunded Price 25 Cents For sale by A It Fisher AsTr Jg f lilrTrd te te l wi tZTnia aiU4 lW fffce par IralHe Jtoek TO MOTUkwr CU success be thelrs BB1W1ELB RBdWlTOR CO ATUXTi BOLD BV jLU ORUaaUTS cARDorTiUNica We wish to thank our many relatives and friends for their A good many Umfn WW8 jB the city Baturday but seemed to be deJBg very little trading THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS GLOYKRPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE Ill llggMf ISews 19 1890 WEDNESDAY AUGUaT supremo court Tho party Is simply pledged to uso All tho constitutional jiower which remains after that doclston or whl hmnycomo frmt Its rcronal br the court as It may li enfter bocoustl Is thoro any disloyalty In that pledgor For a hundred years tlio supremo court of tho United States has sustained tho principle which underlies the lucomo tax Homo 20 years ago this same court sus tained without n dissenting voice nn Income tax law almost identical with tho ono recently overthrown has not a futuro court as much right to return to tho Judicial precedents ot a century ns tho pres- Â¬ ent court has to depart from thomf Whoit courts nllow rohcarings they ml in It that error Is posslblo tho lato decision against tho lucomo tax was rendo ol by n majori ty of ono after n rehearing While the money question oversbailo s nil other questions lu Importance 1 deslru It distinctly understood that I shall offer no apology for tho Income tax plank of tho Chicago platform Tho lost Inconiu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifty Thousand ATRI0TS MADISON tutc GREET BRYAN AT SQUARE GARDEN motalllo system They err In suppodng thnt wo havo reached tho end The Injury 1 a continuing ono and no ono can say how long tho world Is to suffer from tho Attempt to make goUi tho only standard inonoy The ssmo Influences which nro now operating to dostroy sllvor In tho United States will If successful here bo turned against othor sllvor uslng coun- Â¬ tries nnd each new convert to tlio gold standard will add to tno genrral distress Bolong as the scramble for gold continues prices must fall and a gonoral fall In prices Is but another definition of hard ffh a Demonstration Was Novor Boforo Accorded a Speakor In New York City PLAIN LOGICAL STATEMENT OF FACTS Mr ClinJriiinn Giiitloiiicn of tlio Com- mlttco ntul Fellow cltlzens I shall nt futuro In j In n formal letter accept tlio Is now tendered by tlio nomination which ni i ucatlnn committee ami i snail nt tiini tlmo tout h upon the Issues presented by the platform It In fitting however tha eat tills tlinu In tlio prosonco ot those ns iBOinliled I KiHiik tit some length lit regard Ito fiao campaign tipon wlilcli wo nru novf 5enlLtng Wo do not underestimate tlio forces urraved innilnst us nor nro wo tin- iinlndful of the Importance of tlio strug- Tglo In whiih wonru engaged but relying Mar success iiMiti tlio righteousness of our Tcntlio wo stum Uoienil witn nil possiuio vigor tlio positions tnken liy our party W o nm not surprised that sotnu of our opponents In tlio nbsonoi uf butter nrgu epithets hut they i iniiit resort ti hIiubIvo no language how jmny rest assured thnt ever violent no Invectives however veho v incut will lead us to depart a single halrs jbrendth from iiiu course marked out by ntho national convention Tlio citizen lelthcr publio or prlvato who assail tho Tcharacor and questions tlio patrlo Ism of Ithu delegates assembled In tho Chicago convention nssills tho chnractcr anil jlqucHtloug tho patriotism of tho millions Jwho have arrayed themselves under the Sbnnncr thcro raised M It has boon cinrgcd by men standing high In business and political circles that four platform is a niouacu to prh ato secu- Â¬ rity and publio snfety and It has been ns sorted that tlioso wjium 1 have tho honor for tho tlmo being to represent not only iincdltoto an attack upon tho rights of ifproperty but aro tho foes of social order Inmf national honor Thoso who stand upon tho Chicago plat forni aro prepared to make known uud do- ifntwl nvnrw uinHnn Uhlnli 1nMllnnrea rlirm fevory purpose width animates them and yftvurr linim wlifnl lllhtilms tlinm Tlmv It I Id Iflltlnnal iiiliHilnM1 tlin n they aro staunch supporters of tlio form of government tinuor which wo live ami iney build their ialtli upon ruunilu Ions Inld bvtho fathers Andruw Jackson h ishtnted with lulmlrnbio clearness and wlli nn em phasis which can nut bo surpassed both tho duty and tho sphere of government Ho Bald Distinctions In soeioiy will always exist under every just government Equality of education of talents or of wealth can not bu produced by htiuiau Institutions In the full enjoyment of tho gifts of heuon and tho fruits of superior industry economy aud virtue every man Is equally untitled to protection bylaw Wovleld to nmio In our devotion to tho doctrine just enunciated Our campaign has not for its object tho reconstruction of Miclctv Wo can not secure to the vicious ithofiiiltsof n Urinous llfo Wo would not luviulo tho Home ot tne provident in order to supply tho wnnts of tho spend thrifts wo do not propose to transfer tho ruwatdsof Industry to the lap of indo lendo 1iopurty Is and will remain tl stimulus to endeavor and tho compoiisit Wo bellevo ns asserted in tlon for toll tho Declaration of Independent that all men are created eiual but that docs not mean that all men aro or can have equal possessions or merit It means thnt all shall stand equal boforo tho law ami that government otiiehils shall not In making coustruingor enforcing the law discriminate between citizens I assurt that property rights ns well as tlio rights of persons are safe lit tho hands of tlio common people Abraham Lincoln In his message bent to congress In December 1801 said No men living aro moro worthy to bo trusted than those who loll up from property noiio less liiollnol to take or touch might which they have not honestly Â¬ of government moro equitably anions thoe who enjoy tho protection of the gov vrumont At proont tho oxpetises ot thu fetleral govorninent collectetl through Internal rovenuotaxoi and Import dtitlos nro oqicclnlly btirtlensomo upon tho poorer classes of society A law which collects from gome citizens more than their sham of the taxes and collects from other citi zens less than their share is simply an Indirect moans of tho transferring ono mans property to another mans pocket and whllo tlio process may Iwnulto satisfactory to tho men who e oiM Just taxation ft can never bo satisfactory to thoso who nro Tho last lucomo tax law ocrburdcncd with its exemption provisions when con sidered lu connection with other methods ot taxation hi force was not unjust to tho possessors of largo Incomes because they were not con yelled to pay a total fetleral tax greater thnu their share Tho lucomo tax Is not now nor Is It based upon hostil ity to tho rich Tho system li employed In Rovcral ot tho most Important nations of Kunijie niul ovory Income tax law now upon tho statute liooks In any hind so far as I have been able to ascertain contains an exemption clause Whllo the collection of nu Income tax in other countries does not make It noco snry for this nation tu adopt tho system yet It ought to mod- Â¬ erate tho lnngungo of thoso who denounce the Income tax ns nn assault upou tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-do tax law sought to apportion the burdens f 9 1 Â¬ Not ouly shall I refuse to apologize for the advocacy of nn lucomo tax law by tho national convention but I shall also refuse to apologize for the exorcise by It of tho right to dissent from a decision of tho supremo cinirt In n government llko ours every publio olllcial Is a public servant whether ho holds olllco by election or by appointment whether ho servo for n term of years or during good behavior and the people have a right to criticize his Coulldeuco Is everywhere olllcial acts the parent of despotism free government exists in jealousy and not In confidence these aro the words of Thomas Jefferson and I submit that they pre cut n truer conception of popular government than entertained by tho o who would prohibit nu unfavorable comment upon a court decision Truth will vindicate Itself ouly error fears free speech No publio olllcial who conscientiously discharges his duty as ho sees It will desire to dony to thoso whom ho serves tho right to dUcus his olllcial conduct Now let mo ask you to consider tho par- Â¬ amount question of this campaign tlio money question It Is scarcely necessary to defend tho principle of bliiictallsiu No Â¬ Â¬ times Uur opponents whllo claiming entire disinterestedness for themselves havo n jiealed to the selfishness ot nearly ovory class of pooplo Iteeoguizlng the right of the Individual voter to consider the otTcct of nuy proposed legislation upon himself wi present to thu American people tho financial policy outlined In tho Chicago platform believing that It will result lu the greatest good to the greatest number Tho farmers nru opposed to tlio gold standard became thoy have felt Its effects Since they sell at wholesale and buy at retail thoy have loU more than they havo gained by falling prices nud besides this they havo found that certain llxcd charges havo uot fallen at nil Tnxoi have not been perceptibly decreased although It ro- ulns more of farm products now than ormerly to secure tho money with which to p ly taxes Debts have not fallen Tho farmor who owed t UUtU Is still compiled to pay f 1000 although It in iv bo tulco us dtlllcult ns formerly to obtain tho dollar with which to pay tho debt Hall road rate have not Ikhiii ntluced to keep pacu bokur with the ordinary hanking bud with falling prices and bodttos those Items there nru many more Thu farmer licss nud tioo may mako juoigli lu thu has thus found complaint against the gold negotiation ot loans to offset tliu losses arising lu legitimate banking business standard Tho wago earners havo been Inju ol by As lvig as human iiaturu remains ns it Is them will nlways lie danger that unless a gold standard and havo expressed themrodriilned by the piibllo opinion or legal selves upon thu subject with great emouactnont thoo who see a pecuniary phasis In Februrary 18J5 a petition asking for profit for themselves In a eji tain condition tha ImmodlaU restoration of tho frvo nud may yield to the temptation to bring unlimited coinage of gold nnd silver nt HI ntxmt that condition Joftersnn has stated to 1 was signed ny tho representatives of that one of tho main duties of govern all or nearly all tho leading labor or- Â¬ ment is to prevent men from Injuring ono nnotiier nud never was that duty moro ganizations and presented to congress Wago earuors know that whllo a gold Important thnn It Is to day It Is not standard raises tho purchasing power of strange that those who hnvo iniulo n profit the dollar It also makes It moro difficult by furnishing gold to tho government In to obtain possosslou of tho dollar thoy Its hour of extremity favor n financial policy whloh will koop thu government know that employment is less permanent dependent upon them I boltovo how- Â¬ loss of work moro probable and loss certain A gold standard ever that I speak tho sentiments of tho encourages tho hoarding of inonoy be vast majority of the p ople of tho Unltod cause inonoy Is rising It also discourages States when I sav that a wise financial industry On tho pollov Atlmliilstoii I lu liehalf of all tho enterprise and paralyzes othor hand tho restoration of bimetallism pooplo would make our govorninent lndo pendont of any combination of financiers will discourage hoarding bocauso when prices are steady or rising money can not foreign or domestic afford to He Idle In tho bank vaults Tho Let mo say a woil now In regard to farmers and wage earners togethor con- Â¬ certain persons who a o pecuniarily bene - fited by a gold standard and who favor it stitute n considerable majority ot ho peoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lliavo llol ntlomplod to describe tho ef fect of the gold standard upon nil classes In fact I have only had tlmo to mention a few but each person will bo able to apply thu principles statod to his own occupa tion It must also bo rotnomborod that it is tho desire of pooplo generally to convert their earnings Into real or personal property This being truo In consideration of nny temporary advantage which may come from a system under which the dollar rises In Us purchasing power it must not bo forgotten that the dollar cun not buy mure than formerly unless property sells for less than formerly Hence it will bu seen that a large portion of those who in ly lln J some pecuniary advantage tu a gold standard will discover that their losses exceed their gains It is some times assorted by our opponents that a bank belongs to the debtor el a is but this Is not truo of nny solvent bank Kvery statement published by a sohent bank shows that the assets exceed the liabilities That Is to say while tho bank ones a large amount of money to its depodtors It not ouly lias enough uu hand lu money and notes to pay Its depodtors but In addition thereunto has enough to cover Its capital and surplus When thu dollar is rising lu value slowly a bank may by making short time loans and taking good security avoid loss but when prices aro falling rapidly tlje batik Is apt to lose more bocauso of bul debts than It can gain by the Increase In thu pitrchailng power of Its capital ami sur-Â¬ plus It must bu admitted howover that some bankers combine tho business oi a bond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- w Ul nm Huiivtm iui destroy competition Mid then itllOiatlU tax aa they will from thoso ollect Vwrhoi ure at their mercy nor la it tno wish mi tniiiif tiiur Tim iiisrriiifii r talltlTs of government have been so often prostituted to purposes of private gain 1hoso who stand upon thu Chicago pint Jorm txllevo that tho gnverment should that It toe only avoid wrongdoing but nndthoy also pnrvunt wrongdoing that tho law should Iki en forced ullovo Alike agalust all enemloi ot the publio weal b They do ivot excuse petit larceny but Thoy ileclaro that griitul lnrcouy Is csiunlly tho a crime thoy do not defend robs occupa Â¬Â¬ the un tion of tjio lilghwnyinan who suspecting traveler but they Iniiudj ftinutlg II1U UI1UBIUU10 liuou nuy - mil tlm moru nulltu and less hazard ous iiioaiu tf legislation npiiroprialo to tholrownuso tho precvctU ot the toll of Cthew Tho eomuinudmeut Thou shalt not steal thundered from Sinai and reit erated In tho legislation of all nations Is uu i mu fin rohpeetor ot pomons niut u Hlleil to mo grca im won m iuu strong as well as tho weak to tho cor- tho won as law wrote liersoubt created nyblood as en ted by ci to tliporsoii llosh ami ta gtO Aflllllgut Kuiuriiiiiviii f the lliimo which is hoc anio io pruievt Ipdiii every arm upllfieU for hU Injury tho fiiinblostcliUeu who lives Leneath thu lag It follows as a necessaryboconclusion tviiiwlleU that vicious legislation must by tho people who sulfor from thu etTcots Zl such loglslatluu aud uot by thoso who Â¬ I repeat hit lnnguago with unqualified approval aud Join with him la tho warning ho milled namely Let them beware of surrendering n po Htliaft power which they already pos oss Will If Qllfl lllfllll I11 lynui lallll IVlllt Ufiurulvbi used to close tho doors -of lid- vaucoineui against mi new disabilities and burdens upon them till nil of liberty shnll bo lost Injunction Thoao who dally follow the in tho sweat of thy faco bhall thy eat bread nro now as they over have boon tho bulwark of law aud order tho soiles of our nations greatness in tlmo of poaco mill Its surest defenders In tlmo of war Tint I Imvo onlr read a part of Jacksons glvo you his conclu I utterance lot me tne laws uuuoruiKu u llutwnen sion those natural nud Just advantages add to nrtlflcal distinctions to mako tlio rich moro lichor and tho potentsociety powerful tlio tho farmers huniblo niombors of mechanics anil tho day laborers who haveÂ¬ neither tho tlmo nor tho moans of nsecur ing llko favors for themselves have rightÂ¬ Injustice of their govto complain ot tho who support tho Jhl Thoso ernment quotivrami nlntform endorse nil of tho an well Jackson tho latter part tlon from M tho lormer part lsod to find arrayed Wo aro not surp ngninst us thoso who nro tho beuollclarles thoy have read of govoinmont favorltlsm wo surprised to our platform Nor aro canipaigu inoo loam thnt we must in tinsfind a pecuniary tho hostility of tlioso who advantage in luivouaiiiig mo uwuiuu ui iiouluterie enco wiiou grvm iiggamiiuuim of woslth are trespassing upon tho rights Wo welcome such opposi of Individuals which tion It Is tho highest Indorsementare con Â¬ o weil upou us Wo could 1h best have tho co operation of thoso who tent to desire to have tho government adminis fear or tered without gonoral favor It Is uot tho publio that trusts wish of tho Into existence nud override ii nrliiir tlio weaker niombors uf society It Is not Â¬ IW Â¬ Â¬ iu uj of tho United States has ever declared against It and no party lu this campaign has had the temerity to oppose It Three parties tho Democratic lopullst nud Sil- Â¬ ver parties have not only declared for bliiictallsiu but have outlined the Hpcclllc legislation neeossary to restore sliver to Its ancient position by tho sldo of gold Tho Republican platform oxpronsly do Clares that blmetallsm Is desirable when It pledges tho Republican party to aid in securing It as soon as tne assistance ot certain foreign nations can bu obtained Those who represented tho minority sentiment lu thu Chicago convention op posed tho free coinage of silver by tho United States by Independent lie Ion on tho ground thnt In their judgment It would retard or entirely prevent tho establishment ot International blmutallsm to which tho efforts of tho government should bo steadily directed When they asserted that tho efforts of tho goxornmout should bo steadily directed toward tho establishment of International bimetallism they condemned mouonetallisiii Tho gold standard has lieeu welgl o 1 In tho balance and found wanting Taku from It tho powerful sup port of tho money owning aud the mono changing classes nud It can not sand for one day lu any nation in tho world It was fastened upou tho Uullo I States without dl cusslon before tho poplonud lis frlouds have no o yet bojn willing to risk a verdict before tho voters upon that Issue Thuro enn bo no sympnthy or betwecu the advocates of a universal gold standard and tho advocates of bl liiotalllim Between bimetallism wheth er Independent or International and tho gold standard there Is an lmpassablo gulf is Ills quadrennial agitation lu favor of International blniatalUsin couducted la good faith or do our opponents really de Â¬ sire to maintain thu gold standard perma- Â¬ nently Aro th y willing to confess thu superiority ot a double standard when joined In by tho leading nations ot thu world or do thoy still Insist that gold Is tho only metal suitable for standard money among civilized nations If they wero lu fact that desirous of scouring bimetallism wo may expect them to point out tho evils of a gold standard and do If on thj feud bimetallism ns a system other bund they nru bending their ener- Â¬ gies toward tho pjrmunoiit establishment ot a gold standard under cover of a declaration In favor ot International bimetallism I am justified In suggesting that honest money cannot bo expoctod at the bauds of thoso who doal dishonestly with tho American people What Is tho test of houoirfy In monoyf It must certainly bo found lu tho pur- Â¬ chasing power ot tho dollar All abso- Â¬ lutely honest dollar would not vary lu Us general purchasing power It would bo abiilutely stablo when men Hired by aver ago prices A dollar which Increases In puichadng power is just a dishonest ns a dollar which decreases In puiolmsln power ltofossor Liuiglillu now of thu University of Chicago and ouu of thu highest gold stnudaid authorities lu hU wok on bimetallism uot ouly admits that gold does not remain absolutely stablo lu That thoro value but expressly adds Is no such thing as n standard of value tumor in guiu ur sillor luiuro piyuif uis ver whlcu reiiialps absolutely Invari- Â¬ able lie evei suggests that u multiple standard whoieln thu uu bused upou tho selling price of n number ot articles of general consumption would bo a inure jusc standard than either gold or silver or both because a long tlmo control would thereby bo ptld at Its maturity by the miiiio purchasing tower ns wits g I veil lu tho beginning It can nut bo successfully claimed thnt iiiouomutallUui or bimetallism ur any other system gives nn Under both monometallism of value and bimetallism tho govuriimout fixes tho weight aud lluonowiof thu dollar Invests It with legal louder qualities and then opens thu mltits to Its iin oUrloul coinage leaving thu pmciuslug power of tho dol- Â¬ lar to bu determined by thu number of dollars bimetallism Is lie iter than monometallism uot because It gives IM a per Â¬ fect dollar mat is a dollar absolutely unvarying lu Its general purchasing power bit bjcatuo It makes it nearer approach to stability tohouesty to Jutlcc than a gold simulant possibly can IMor to lb73 wbon thoro were eiuiigi opjti mints to permit all tho gold and silver available tor coinage to Ilnd entrance Into the worlds volume of si audit d money tho Inlcdrtaoi niljht hnvu maintained u lOd standard with losUJury to thu pjoplu ot this country but now when each top tovwird a universal gold staud--- d enhances tho purchasing power of ol I dopro sos prlio aud transfers to tlio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ national party during the entire history thelf In pj 0T Iho coUulfy lu Why should financial considering toioits bo ignored lcgislatlour A monoary system which is peuuuiarly advantageous to a fow syndicates has far loss to commend it than a system which would glvo hope and on Â¬ courugomunt to those who create tho no- Â¬ Â¬ bv soiuu because It dissents from FT ninlnii rendorvd by tho suiiruino court Idochirlug thu lucomo tax uueoustltutlofl- wj a1 Ulir criiiv uvoii tju u tho term annrvuisii io mumi nnu iwm f thnt nlank of tho nlMtfurui It must bireniemlwrud that wb tuvaif iil Jytli00u ir iJ exply urituilniu lha law of to luad suggusUoa pt There U lu the platform uo uthorlty et ths us attempt to dlsoio U T I Our opponents havo mado a special appeal to thoso who hold fire and life Insur Â¬ ance policies but these polloy holders kuow that since tho total premiums received exceed tho total lossos paid a rising standard must bo ot moro benefit to thu companies than to tho polloy holders Much solicitude has boeu expressed by our opponents for tho doposltors in savlug banks Thoy constantly parodo before these doposltors tho advantages of a gold standard but those appeals will bo la volu bocauso savings bnuk doposltors know that under a gold standard thoro Is Increasing danger that thoy will lose their deposits bocauso of tho Inability ot tho banks to collect their assets and thoy still further kuow that If thu gold standard Is to contiuuu Indefinitely they may bu com pulled to withdraw their deposits lu ordor to pay living ixpousos It Is ouly ueeossary to noto tho Increasing umbor of failures lu ordor to know that a gold standard Is ruinous tu merchants and ui itiufactururs Those buduuss moil do nut make their profits from tho people from whom thoy borrow money sell but from the people to whom they buy their goods If thu pooplo cannot canretailers onunot sell and If retailers not sell wholesale merchants aud manu- Â¬ facturers must go Into bankruptcy Thoo who hold as a permanent Invest- Â¬ ment tho stock of railroads and ot other enterprises I do not lnoludo those who speculate In stocks or usa stock holdings as a means of obtaining an Insldo advuu tago In construction contracts aro injured by u gold staudard Tho rising dollar destroys the earning power of tlioso enterÂ¬ prises without reducing their liabilities and as dividends cannot be paid until sal Â¬ aries aud fixed charges have been satisfied the stockholders must bear the burden ot bard times Salaries In business occupations depend isMkutsottha osd to clais an unearued upon business conditions aud the gold Inoremont the In liiencu of this great na Â¬ standard both lessens the amount and tion must bu thrown upon tho side ot threatens tha permanency of such sola- fold unless wo nro pronAtud to accept tha natural mill legitimate oonsoqtioiiee ot Official salaries except the salaries of luch an not Any logl bulon which les who bold ufllpo far life must In the s nmlnrd tiiunny thoserun be adjusted to the conditions of tuus tho worlds stoek of long luortutso tho exchangeable vidua ot the those who pay thu taxesaud If tho present dollar therefore tho crusade ngnliut sil Â¬ financial poU y continue wo must gxpoot ver must Inevitably raise tho purclmdng the taxpayer aud the taximtor tu Increase power of money and lower tho money III bitterness ml no of all usiiaf form of p opurty The professional dosses In tno main Our opponents seem to m to admit thnt derive their support from the producing it was a mlstta to demonetise slim but glasses uud call out enjoy prosperity Insist that wo should submit to proseut- vfbeu thwu Is prospeilty among thqu who an return to taabl- Qryttta wealth soaillUous ratbvr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tions wealth not frbma deslro fo Trespass upou tho rights ot others but bocauso tho circumstances which surround thorn bind them to tho effect ot tho gold standard upou others I shall ask you to consider tho language of two gentlemen whoso long publio service and high standing In tho party to which thoy belong will protoct thorn from adverso criticism by our oppo- Â¬ nents In 1B09 Senator Sherman said s Tho contraction of tho currency is a far more distressing operation than sen- Â¬ ators suppose Our own nnd othor notions Imvo gone through that operation boforo It is not posslblo to tako that voyage without tho sorest distress To every person oxoopt a capitalist out of dobt or n snjnrlod officer or annuitant It Is a porlixl of loss dnngor lassitude of outof trade fall of wages suspension of moans i prise bankruptcy and disaster It ruin to all dealers whoso dobts are twice their business capital though one third It moans loss than their actual proporty tho fall of all agricultural produotioti without nny groat reduotlon of taxes What prudent man would dure to build n house a railroad a factory or a barn with this o lrtaln fact before hlmf As I havo said before tho salaried of flojr roforre 1 to must bj tha man whow salary is fixed for llfo and not the man whoso salary depend upon business conditions When Mr Sherman descrllics contraction ot tho currency as disastrous to nil tho peeplu except tho capitalist out ot dobt and thoso who stand In a position similar to his ho is stating a truth which must be apparent to ovory porsou who will glvo tno matter oareiui oousuiormion Mr Sherman was at that tlmo speaking of tho contraction ot thu volume of paper currency but tho principle which ha set forth oppllos if thoro is a contraction of tho volume ot tho staudard money of tho world Mr Dlnlnedlsouisos thosamo principle In connection with tho demonetization ot sllvor Speaking In the Houso of llopro seutotlves on ho 7 h of February 1878 ho ays I bollovo the struggle now going qn In this country and other countries forÂ¬ a slnglo gold standard would If successful produce widespread disaster In and throughout tho world The destruction ot sllvor as nionoy and tho establishing of gold as the sole unit ot value must have a ruinous effect on all forma ot property ox Â¬ fixed re Invested opt thoso money which yield a be enor These would turn In mously enhanced Iq value and would gain a disproportionate and uufalr advantage ovor every other species of property Is It strango that tho holders of Invest incuts whloh yield a fixed return In nionoy cautvgird tho ilotruutlon of silver with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Qowptoeouay I Wo may not oxpeot tha holders of other forms ot property to protest against giv- Â¬ ing nionoy a dUuroportlonnto and unfair tho deiiiiind created Is Hjlllclent to nbtorb property If tho relatively fow whoso woalth con- nil of both metals presented nt thu mint sists largely In fixed Investments havo n Society Is th reforu Interested in having right to uso thu ballot to onhnnco tho the option exercised by tho debtor valuo of their Investments havo not tho Iuiletd there can bo no such thing ns rest ot tha pooplo tho right to uso tho bal- real bimetallism unless th0oitloii Is ex Â¬ lot to protect themselves from the disas- urclsod by the debor The Uxerclsu of the trous consequences of a rising standard option by thu debtor compels tho creditor Tho ieoplo who must purchase money classes whether domestic or foixigu to with tho products ot toll stand In a posi- exert tlieinselvcs tu in ilutaln the parity tion entirely different from tho position of between gold and silver at tlio legal nulo thoso who own money or recclvo a fixed whereas tlio might find a profit lu driving ono ot the metals to a pictiilumlf tht y Income Tho well being of tho nation aye ot civilization itself dconds upon could then demand the dearer metal The tlio proierlty of tho uiassos What shnll light of tho debtor to choose tho rolu in It profit us to havo a dollar which grows which payments shall In made mt nds to moro valuable every day If such a dollar obligations due from the government as lowers tho standard of civilization and wesiusto the contracts between individuals brings distress to tho pooplor A government obligation Is simply a What shall It profit us if In trying to raise our credit by increasing tho pur- debt due from all the people tu one of the chasing Hiwor ot our dollar wo destroy lHole and ti Is Impossible to Justify a ourniuiiiy io pay i no ucots airenuy con polloy which makes the interests of the tracUid by lowering tho purchasing power ono porsou who holds the obligation hUmv of the products with which theso debts rlor to the rights of tho many who must Ihj taxed to uy for It When prior to must lie paid If It is assorted that tho irold standard 1873 silver was at a premium It was never will enable us to borrow more mouoy for contended that national honor required abroad 1 reply thnt the restoration ot bithe piymout of government obligations In metallism will restore thu parity butwocu sliver and the Mattliovs resolution money and property and thus penult an adopted by Congress in 1878 expressly as era of prusimrlty which will enable tho sorted the rig it of tho United States to re American people to become loaners of deem coin oollga Ions lu standard silver money Instead of perpetual borrowers dollars as well as In gold coin Kven If wu dosfce to borrow how long can Upon this subject iho Chicago platform ww continue borrowing utitlor a system Wo are opiosed to the iMillcy ami reads which by lowering the value of property practice of surrendering tu the holders t weaiteus the foundation upon which credit tho obligations of lln United States the rests1 option ro erviM by law to tho government Kven tho holders ot fixed Investments of redeeming such obligations lu either though they gain nn ml vantage from tho silver coin or gold coin uppi eolation on tho dollar certainly sco It is constantly assumed by soma tint the injustice of the legislation which tho Unltod Sin es notes commonly eallel gives them this advantage ovor those greenbacks I tho treasury notes Issued whoso Incomes depend upon tho valuo of under tho nu of ltfM are responsible for property and products If tho holders of thu recent driiln upon tho gold reserve fixed Investments will not listen to argu but this assumption Is entirely without ments bi od upon Justice and equity I foundation Secretary Carlisle apiiearod appeal to them to consider the interest of before thu House committee on appropriposterity Wo do not live for ourselves ations on January ill 18U5 and I quoti alone our labor our self denial and our from the printed report of his testimony anxious care ail these are for thoso who boforo the committee aro to come after us as much as for our- Â¬ Mr Sibley -- 1 would like to ask you selves but we can not protect our chil- perhaps not entirely connected with tho dren beyond the period of our lives Lot matter under discussion what objection thoo who are now reaping advantage there could bo to having thu option of refrom a vicious financial system remember deeming cither In silver or gold lie with that lu tho years tu como their own chil- tho treasury ltisleal of tho note holder dren and their childrens children may Secretary Carlisle If that policy had through the operation of this samu system boon adopted at tho beginning ot resumpbu made to pay tribute to tho descendants tion ami I am not saying this for the of those who are wronged today purpose ot criticising tho action of any As against the maintenance of a gold of my predecessors or anybody else but standard either permanently or until If thu policy of reserving to the govern other nations can bo united for Its over- Â¬ mout at tho beginning uf ronimption the throw the Chicago platform presents a option of redeeming lu gold ur sliver all clear and emphatic demand tor the Imme Â¬ its papjr presented I believe It would diate restoration of the free ami unlimited have worked beneficially and there would coinage of silver and gold at tin present have been no trouble growing out of it legal ratio of 1U to 1 without waiting for but the secretaries of the treasury from the beginning of resumption have pur- Â¬ sued a policy of redeeming lu gold or sil ver at thu option ot the holder of the paper and never attempted to change that pulley and force silver upon a man who wanted gold or gold upou a man who wanted sliver and especially if ho had mado that attempt at sucfi a critical period as wu lnvti had lu tho lost two years my judgment is it would havo been very disastrous I dont arroj with tho secretary that it win wlso to follow a bad precedent but irom ins answer u will oo seen mat tlio fault does not llu with thu greenbacks and treasury notes but rather with the executive officers who have seen lit to surren der a right which should have been exer Â¬ cised fur the protection of Interests of the people This executive action has already bjou made the etcuse for the issue of more ttiui fJo 1000000 lu bonds and it is Impossible to estimate thu amount of bonds which may hereafter bo Issued If this policy is continued Wo are told that any attempt upon the part of thu government at this time to redeem Its ob ligations lu silver would put a premium upon gold hut why should Itf Thu bank olllcurs exercise thu right tu redojui all bank paper lu either gold or silver and yet France maintains the parity betwiou gold and silver at the ratio ot to 1 ami retains In ulroulatlon per capita more than we do lu the United States It may bj further nuswerod that our o pououts havo suggested nu feasible plan tor avoiding thu dangers width they tear Tlio ruilreiiDtit uf the greenbacks and the treasury notes would not protect the treasury because thu same pulley which now leads tliurocremry of the treasury to redeem all govoi uuicntpnporiii gold when gold is demanded will require the ioleuii linii of all silver dollars ami silver certifi- Â¬ cates in gold if the greenbacks and treas- Â¬ ury notes are withdrawn from circulation store than this It the government should retire its paer and threw Ukju thu banks tho necessity ot furnishing coin re Â¬ demption thu banks would exercise thu right to furnldi cither gold or silver In otiier words they would exercise thu option just at thu government ought to ex ercise it now Thu government must either exercise tho right to redeem Its obligations in silver when silver Is moro convenient or It must retire all the silver and sllvor certificates from circulation niul leave nothing but gold as legal tender money Are our opponents willing to outline a financial Hystem which will en ry out their pulley to its legitimate conclusion or will thoy contiuuu to uloak tlulr designs lu ambiguous phnisosr Tlieio is an actual necessity for bimetallism as well as ii theoretical defense of it During the last LM years legislation has b en cieiiilug nu mldllioiid demand fo gold ard this law created demand has rosiiliul lu lnc easing the purchasing pover ot inch of gold Tha restoration of iiiietalllsiu in me Unltod States will ink away from gold just su much uf Its puichaslng power as was added to It by the deinoiieilntlo i of silver by the United Bin es Tliu sllvet dollar is now held up to the gold dollar by legal tender Inws and not by redemption lu gold bocauso iho staudail sliver dollars are not now rcdjomablu lu gold cltior lu luw or ud juiulstrntlv policy Wo contend that freo and unlimited coluigo by thu United Stales alunu will ralsu tliu bullion vnliiuof silver to Its coin iuu aid or consent of any olhor nation Wo aro not asking that a now experiment be age value and thus mako silver bulllou tried wo are insisting upon a return to a worth tl per ounce In gold Is throughout In keeping tho w ild 1hls piuposltlon financial policy approved by the experi ence of history and supported by all tho with nitiuul laws uot lu dcllanoo to prominent statesinon of our nation from thuin tlu bot kuowu law of commerce the days of tho first president down to Is the law of sipily and demand We 1873 When wo ask tout our mints bo recujiilze iiis liaaud build our argil opened to the free and unlimited coinage men iqioii It Wo npi 1 this aigumeut of sllvor Into full legal tender money wo to moioy w hen wu siy luat a i eduction lu are simply asking that thosamo mint priv- Â¬ the vo umoot money will raise the pur ileges bo accorded to sliver that aro now chasing powm of tho dollar wo also apply accorded to gold When wo ask that this tho law of supply and demand to silver coinage bu at tho ratio ot 10 to 1 wo simply when wo say taat anew demand for sllvor ask that our gold coins and tho standard erected by law will raise the price of silver Gold and silver are different bullion sllvor dollar which bo it remembered contains tho same amount of pure sliver as fromothercsmimoil lei li that thoy aro tho first sliver dollur coined at uur mints limited In quantity Corn wheat manufactured produots retain tnelr present weight aud 11 lioness can bu produW almost without Tho theoretical advantage of tho bi- Â¬ tto metallic system Is best stated by a Euro- Â¬ limit provided thoy can bo sold at a price but pean writer on political economy who sufficient to stimulate production gold nud sliver nru called precious inotals suggests tho following lllustinttou A river fed from two sources is moro becausu they are found nut produced uniform lu voluino than a river fed from Theso inotals havo been tho objects of one so in co thu ruiwuu being that when auxlous searoh as tar back as history ono of tho fioJors Is swollen tl othor runs yet nccodlug to Harveys calcula- Â¬ may bo low whereas a river which has tion all tho gold coin of tho world can but one feedur must rise or fall with that bo melted Into a UMoot cube and nil tho fujdur So lu thu case of bimetallism silver coin lu the world Into a Co foot the voliiuiu uf metallic money leoolves oubo llecauso gold and silver aro limited cun rlbittoiis from both the gold ami both lu the quantify now ui ami aim in It follows that silver initios aud therefore varies less the annual production legislation am fix tho ratio between ami tho dollar resting upon two inotals Is loss 1hauroablu lu its purchasing power them Any purchaser who stands ready to tako tho entire supply of any glvon ar than the V liar which rest upon on tlols at a ourtalu prion cm prevent that inetal only If there are two kluds ot inonoy tho article from falling below that price So option must rust either with tho debtor or thu government can fix a prloo for gold by creating a demand greutor with tho creditor Assuiiiluit tkit their and sllvorsupply rights nru equal wo must look nt thu In than tho lly international bimetallism I bollovo terests of society ill gjiioral lu unto to de an termine which silo thu option should bo that several nations by entering Into thu system gold agreement to colli at a fixed ratio all given Under thu blmetilllo togu her by law at a Sild and sliver presented can maintain and silver are linked bulllou value uf the metals at tho fixed ratlu nud any pirsou or persons owning any quantity of either metal can mint ratio When a mint prloo Is thus legal established It regulates thu bullion prlcu havo tho samu converted Into full tender money If the creditor has tw bocauso any iwrson desiring coin may at right ta chooie tho metal lu which pay havo tho I ullloii converted into coinbul- Â¬ mont shall bu made it Is reasonable IQ that price nud uny person deslrlug Sure It by melting thu coin suppose that ho will require tho debtqr tq llou call pay In tho dearer metal If thoro Is any Tho only q lestiun upon which Inturuo perceptible difference between the bullion tlonal blmeialllsts and Independent blmot iliii Hirer Is can the Uuluxl States by values of tho morals This new demand created for tho dearer motal will mako tho freo nud unlimited coinage of silver that metal doaror still while tko decreased at thu legal ratio cieatu a demand tor demand fur tho choaper metal will VWW silver which taken In cuuueotiuu with thu demand nliendy lu oxlstuuou will bo sulfithat ntotal cheaper If on the other hand tho debtor exw de ut to utilize all the sllvor that will bo oses the option It Is reasonablo to sup presented at thu mints The sgreo ill their doeso of tho bl pose that he will pay In the oh inor motal It ono motal Is perceptibly cheaper than motalllo prlnotnio aud thoy agree lu unaltho other bqt the demand thus created terable opposition to the gold standard for tho ohoanor metal will ralsu Its urluu international UliuotallllsU can uot comWhile tho lessened dumaii ur thu iloirur flaln that freo coinage gives a beuoflt to owner because international bl- motal will ltwur lbs prloo Qthur words when tho creditor has lnotalllsui gives to thee vuer of silver Ml i the option the inotals are drawnapirt I tha advantages offered by InderwuAent 14 whereas when the iobtpr hoi the option metallUiHiM iby aW TMty lUtBHo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nTHntUitgo ovor ovory other specie J ot tho metals nro lield together approx Â¬ imately at a ratio fixed by law provided nt blmctalUsts can not nctitto tlio advocate of free sllvor of lielng bullion owners who desire to raise tho value of their bullion or debtors who delro to pay their debts in cheap dollars or dema gog ties who deslro to curry favor tho peoThoy must cast their opposition ple upon ono ground only that the supply ot silver available for uottiagu Is too largu tu bu utilized by tho I tilted Statos In discussing this question wo must con sider tho capacity of our Hoplo to use silver ami the quantity of silver which eau como to our mints it must Iki roiuuiu lionsl that wo llvu In n country only parÂ¬ tially doveloMsl nnd that our jieoplo Tar surpass any equal number uf peope lu the world In their powor to consume nnd pn duef Our extensive railroad development nnd enormous Internal commerce must Now also be taken Into consideration how much silver can come bore r Not the tolned sliver of the world ba cause almost all of it Is moro valuable at this time lu other lauds than it will bu at our mints under freo coinage If our mints are opened to free and unlimited toinngo nt the present ratio merchandise silver can not como here localise tlio labor np causo the labor applied to It has Hindu it worth mote iu tliu form of merchandise thnu It will bo worth at our mints Wu cannot even expict all of thu annual product of sliver because India China Japan Mexico aud all thu other silver using countries must satisfy their annual Tliu arts needs fium thu annual product wlil require a larg- - amount and the gold standard countries will need a considera Wu ble quantity for subsidiary coinage will bo required to coin only that whloh is nut needed elsewhere but it wu stand ready to take ami utillu all ot It other nations will bu cuiniellcd to buy at the price which wu fix Many fear that thu ojieiilngof our mints will bu followed by an enormous increase In tho annual production of silver Ibis Is conjecture Silver has Imsmi used as money for thousands uf years nud during nil that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 9i Â¬ Â¬ tlmo tliu world has never suffered from nu over production If lor any reason tho supply of gold ur silver lu thu future ever exceeds the requirements of the arts and thu Hoods of commerce wo confi dently hope that tho intelligence of thu people will bu Hiilllclent to devise aud en act any legislation necessary for the pio Uctlou uf the public Some of our opponents attribute the fall lu thu value ot silver when measured by goid to tho fact that during tlio lu t quarter of n century the worlds supply of sliver has Increased more rapidly than tho worlds supply of gold Ilili argu ment Is entirely niuwcred by the tliat during the hist 6J years the annual pro duction of gold has increased nioiu input ly than tho annual production of siler Since thu gold prlcu uf sliver litis fallen mure during thu last llvu jcuts than It ever fell lu auy previous live years In the history of tho world lr Is evident that thu fall Is not duu to Increased production lrlcos can bo lowered oi etfectually by do creasing thu demand for an article is by Increasing the supply of lr and lr seems certain that the tall In thu gold p teo of sllvor is duu to hostile legislation and not to natural laws Our opponents can not Ignore the fact that gom Is now going abroad lu spltu of all legislation Intended to prevent It and no sliver Is being coined to take Its phuo Not ouly Is gold going abroad now but U must continue to go abroad at long as the present financial policy is adhered to uu loss we continue to borrow from across thu ocean aud even then we simply postpouu the evil because thu amount borrowed together wltli interest upon It must Ihj repaid lu appreciating dollars loihaps tliu most persistent misrepre sentation that wo have to meet is the charge that wu are advocating tliu pay moms ot debts lu io ceut dollars At tliu present tlmo mid under present laws a silver jlhir when melted loses nearly half its value but that will no bo Hue when wo again establish a mint price for silver and leave uu suiplus sliver upon iho mar ket to drug itovu the price of bullion Under bimetallism silver bullion will Ihj worth its much us silver coin just ns gold bullion Is now worth as much as gold olu and wo bollovo that a sliver dollar will bu worth as much as a gold dollur The charge of repudiation comes with poor grace tioin those who are seeking to add to thu weight ot existing debts by legislation which makes money dearer and who conceal their designs against iho general welfare under thu pretense that they are upholding public credit and national honor There is another argument to which I usk your attention Soiuu of tlio moro zealous opponents of lteo silver coinago point to thu fact that 111 months must elapse between thu election mid the liist regular session of congress nnd tissert that during tlmt timo in eisu people dcclaiu themselves iu favor of free coinage all loans will bo withdrawn mid uli mortgages foreclosed If theso nru merely pirophoeios indulged in by tlioso havo torgottou tlio provisions of who tho constitution it will bu sulllctent tu remind them that tho ptesidout is em Â¬ powered to convent congress in ex trnoidiuary sosioii vvhonover tlio pub Uu good lcquues such action II in November tlio people by their Â¬ fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ballots declnio thomselves in favor of tliu iuimodintu restoration of bimetallism tliu system can bo inaugurated within ti fuw mouths If however tho isseition that loans will bo withdrawn nud nioi tgnges foreclosed is mado to prevent such political action us thu poo Â¬ plo may bollovo to bo necessary for tho preservation of their rights thou u now uiid vit il issuo is raised Whonover it is necessary for tlio poo- Â¬ plo as n wholo to obtain consent from tlio owners ot inonoy and tlio cluingow of mouoy boforo thoy citu legislate upon financial questions wo shall havo passed from o tlomocnicy to a plutoc- Â¬ racy But that tlmo has not yet ar- Â¬ rived Threats and intimidations will bo of no avail Tlio people who in lb7u rojectod tho doctrine tlmt kinps ruled by right divine will not in this generation subscribu to a docUluo that money is omnipotent Tlio gold stamlurd lias couielcd tho American people to pay uu over increas ing tributo to tho credit of nations ot tho world a tribute which no cno dares to dofoud I assert tlmt national honor requires tho Unitod Statos to securo for nil its citizens an well to do ustioo to all its creditors For n ieopln liko outu blessed with nntimil resources surpassing richness to proclaim then of selves impotent to fiauio a financial system suited to their own needs is humiliating beyond tlio ovver of lan Â¬ guage to describe Wo can not enforco respect for our foreign policy so long its w confess ourselves nuabfo to fruun bur own financial policy Honest ihltercnees of opinion htvo nl ways exist oil niul over will exist its tu tho legislation best calculated to pro- mnta tin fiiiblii wotil lmt xvhan it la ieriously assorted tlmt this nation must tow to tlio dictation of othor nntioim and uccopt tho policies which thoy In- Â¬ sist upon tho rigit of self govermnoiit is nssailod mid until that question in sottlod all othor questions nru iusigultU cant Citizens of Now Yorlc I Imvo traveled from tho center of tlio coutluoiit to tho seaboard thnt I might lu tlio vory begin niuof tho ouiupuigu bring you grout- Â¬ ing from tho pooplo ot tlio wost and south and assure-- yon that their aim is Hot to destroy bnt to build up Thoy invito tqu to ucoept tho principals ot a living faith rather titan lUtou to thoso who iiroacli tlio gospel nud ilespilr am ndviso eudnnwico of tlio ills you havo Tho ivdvocnroti of froo ooinngo bollovo that iu striving to oouro tlio iminudluta TestcirnUan at bimetallism thoy am laboring In your behalf ns well 03 in A fow of yonr poo Wielr own behalf lUo may prosper under prosout condl turns but tho ponnauoiit welfare at Now York rests upon tho prodvtoew oC wealth This great city Is mlU wpou the commerce of tho niUkai Rtul must suffer if thnt commotio U impaired You can not sell iio4 the pool uo Imvo mouoy with whloli tu buy and thoy can uot obtain tho mouey with which to buy Ufikti tltoy vail tliolr ivroducts at re WWUvsiwtJva nrhxi Prpduetloiiof wojjish tour Continued on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f8 THEL BREXGKEXNRIDQEX NEXWS GLOYRRPORT KY The Indian entertainments begin with a grand entry introducing one hundred foU8T 10 1890 Sioux Indian chiefs and warriors on horse back and also a band of wild ew Woman Bedouin Arabs Then following a sen- Â¬ ICIippCTJ sational Indian horse drill which is In- Â¬ to the club mjr dear to Jont wait up tended to show the rplendid horseman- Â¬ or me ship of the Indian They course around urmurei to her husbani jiul a little after the ring first by single fllehy double file Ira by threes by fours by sixes by tens How doe this suit become me Get my gloves and wheret my cane t and then un the centre in platoons of Now take Rood care of baby f Ill toon be back twenty making a beautiful and Imposlve ujaln picture Then follows the characteristic He careful that you lock the doors and ben good dances of tho Sioux Indian nation the boy dear war dance the scalp dance tho pquaw I In J fargotlcn Somechanget Oh ye but it dance etc The war sotig of the Slonx rather uurer Ybu seem lobe extravagant gave you some list ore sung and exhibitions of expert ritle week I shooting and lasso throwing are given he said in It all went for tlwloufe Im lure to tho astonishment and delight of all meek accents who witness them Koch performance Of course that is the old eu Ite heard it sir concludes with the representation of before Tuaskmeeseryday fjr cash broomis a tiorrl I the most sensational of the Indian con- Â¬ flicts such as the Battle of Wounded bote We must etnnomlie or else youll always keep mo Knee the Custer Massacre etc The broke burning ol a white prisoner at ths stake tis v hit I There I dont ue that old argument running the gauntlet the attack upon a drink and smoke settlers cabin tho waylaying of stage My clubs the little happineis thlt I have left In coach and other sensational event- of life Wu cant b quite s J min as to begrude that to frontier life are thrilling and illustrated our wile The incidental features Include the won- Â¬ IfUiby wakes just feed hen Ive my nlht Ley derful exhibitions of Sio Hassan Ben lore goodby royal Moorish acrobats They ap- Â¬ Perhaps il you are extra good pj bring ou home Alls pear each week in an entire change of a fry I programintroducing the most sensation- Â¬ Is llirre an thing I can do eie I turn down the al long distance and lofty tumbling light There is he meekly said for I feel nervous posturing balancing pyramid building dear to night I etc The people of the Ohio Valley are la be so kind my darling one il youve the time to be congratulated upon having an opto spare And look under the bed to see if theres a woman portunity to see these Indians provided thtough the splendid liberality and enthere MONKOK II IIOSKNFIZLD terprise of the Cincinnati Zoological Society SIOUX INDIANS I am eighty seven years old and have used about all of the counh and lung Their Gr6at Encampment at the remedies that have been sold during my Zoological Gardens life and for the benefit of the suffering I will say that I have never used any The Most Valuable Educational remedy equal to Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It gives quick and permanent Foature in Outdoor Entertain- Â¬ relief in grippe as well as other coughs W keep it in our house all the time ments Ever Presented and would not be without it BF 1 - DUKES Children Day Potlpened Sunday School Going Down Continued from Third lage Fifty Thousand Fruit Dimmed Other Note goes infin tho exchange or wealth thoso who cruato must secure n pmtlt r I Â¬ Â¬ Whatever our people do or wherever they go they should not fall to visit Cincinnati this season if only for the purpose of maYing a tour of the Cincin- Â¬ nati Zoological Gardens and seeing the large and interesting band of Sioux Indians now encamped at this orld famous resort The Indians will remain hut a short time longer and it behooves those who wish to see the noble red man to looeo no time in paying a visit Tfce engagement of these Indians was a stroke of remarkable enterprise on the part of the Zoological Society of Cincinnati Tills eocity has ever been noted for its enterprise and its progressivencRs It ia btrikingly up to date its honorable Board of Directors being composed of represen Â¬ tative business men of the Queen City The Bcliemo of placing these Indians on eahiliitluu uiiKuiuleil last fall alter Hie experience of the Zoological Society with the Cree Indians whom they be frieuded and returned to their Keserva tion after they had been deserted by unscrupulous showmen Permission was obtained from the iovernmentat Wash- Â¬ ington and a representative was sent to the Itowobud Agency S 1 to make con- Â¬ This agent tracts with the Indians was there for several weeks and was very careful in his selections as will be Heen by any one who visits the Indian Village at the Zoo They all realizj the ideal of J Fenimore Cooperwho paints the savage not as some claim him to be but us a creature of primative nobility who being unlearned and untutored is unaware of the vices of civilized man- Â¬ kind However this may be the Indians at the Zoo are certainly a fine looking set of people The chief and warriors are all tall broad shouldered with dignified expressive countenancesand with piercing eagle eyes The squat s are also very handsome women not as ugly as the average Indian women while the papooses are really pretty and attractive These Indians are accompanied by so vera of the most prominent chiefs of the Sioux Indian nation at the present day Among them are Littlo ISald Ea gle Young Iron Shell Spotted Owl and Black Bear They nave now been at the Zoo for several weeks and have become juite accustomed to the place Their village is located In the north eastern part of the grounds and is picturesque iu the extreme It is a city of topees in which the chiefs warriors squaws and papooses live in the primitive happiness just as they did in the days when our forefathers encount- Â¬ ered them in their struggles to push westward the line of civilization They still live in this manner on their Reser- Â¬ vation in the West and the idea of biinglng them east and devoting a n umber of acres of the Zoological Gardens to their village making all the sur- Â¬ roundings as picturesque as possible is certainly unique and should result in a largo increase in the attendance at the Zoological Gardens This village serves to show the Indian as ho is in repose and the great entertainment in which they appear at the new amphitheatre south of the lake show him in action These entertalntnentfioflered from week to week from a series intended to illus- Â¬ trate the home life of the Iudianhlri con duct in the chase and in war and to bring out his characteristics It requires no extended arguments to convince the reader that these Indlane are an educational feature The visitor whether he be old or young can learn more and form a better idea of the early history of our country by seeing these Indians than by reading whole volumes of American history Before the close of the season there will be a number of special excursions from this part of the country and every one of our people who can afford to do so should avail themselves of one of these numerous opportulties to visit them and see thesa great attractions The Indian is fast passing aayand few more generations and they like the buffalo will be but a faint memory and will be known only in history And this being the case lie Is jjecomirjg more of curiosity every day Â¬ Â¬ Goes-to-WÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mbs M A 1003 Metcalfe South Fourth Street Faducah Ky THE WOMAN QUESTION Not quite so hot Had a nice shower of rain Wednesday W T Burnett went to Hawesvllle Fri Â¬ day Mies Ft ha Kahal is right sick we have not learned what tills her While the farmers keeps the fuckers off of his tobacco tho worms do the cut Â¬ ting The Mt Vernon class did good singing Wednesday night at the home of your scribe Tiicre were a goodly number from this neighborhood attended tho picnic at Pelhille Saturday Zich Horn and family of Daviets county after a weeks stay with relatives returned home Thursday The gold bugs ore looking sad and illearj w bile the slherites are cheerful hopeful and merry There will not be any Childrens day Bervlces at this place in September from several causes it will be postponed Mrs Ida Long and children of Itosc ville after a weeks stay with her parents M Jarboe and wife returned home Fri Â¬ day McKinley is backed by kegs of money in this campaign Bryan has the voters which will send him to the White House all the same It Is an evident fact that a man must bo considerably interested on the finan- Â¬ cial question when the worms destroy his tobacco while hois discussing the money issue We had another good shower of rain Saturday evening which by following bo closely after the one that full Wednes Â¬ day will bo a great help to corn and to-Â¬ bacco The wind did some damago to fruit trees We are sorry to see our Sunday school on the decline Why is it that the good people of the neighborhood take so little interest in a cause that is calculated to build up our community both morally and spiritual 7 woe-be-go- before they havo anything to share with others You can not Afford to join tho money changers in supporting a financial policy which by destroying tho purchasing power of tho products of toil must in tho end dlscourugo tho creation Â¬ ITS and it is That N S I docs what is claimed for it A FACT N Of ViClltll I mk I expect your co operation It In true that a few of your financiers would fashion tt now llgure u llguro IxhiihI fnrt with fetters of gold aud her faco turned toward tho east uppcaliug for usslitaiico to thoso who livo beyond tho sea but this figure can never ex press your idea of this nation You Â¬ rtpre ciitiug Columbus her hund It Kills Tobbacco Worm It is as great an And saves many days of tedious painful labor improvement over the old style as the latest improved thresher It has come to stay is over the flail or tramping out process A would rather tnrtt for inspiration to tho heroic statue Ythlch guards tho cntraii o to your city n stntuo ns patriotic in conception us it is colossal in proportions it was tho gracious gift of a sister republic and stuuds npoit n pedestil which wns built by the American people That llguro Liberty Enlightening the World is cmblematio of tho mission of onr nutiou nuioug tho nations of tno earth With a government which derives its jwwer from tho con sent of tho governed hecurcti to all thn peoplo freedom of conwienco freedom of thought and freedom of speech guarantees equal rights to till and prom ises hppcial privileges to none tho United States should be an example in nil that 1h good and rlio leading spirit iu every movement which has for its object tho uplifting of tho human race Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blessing For Tobacco Raisers A little daughter of Mr Lewis Dayton an old and much respected citizen of Barnilz Id occasionally has trouble with her stomach which gives her con- Â¬ siderable distress In speaking of it Mr As soon as she has an To satisfy any man of oxperience Dayton said attack we give her a doss of Chambe- Â¬ By its use of his crop rlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea quality Remedy and it has never failed to re- Â¬ lieve her promptly We all use it in our family with the same good result For sale by A R Fisher druggist And not to Luga and TraBh Those who have used it are willing to testify to this factIt is now being used in Breckenridge county by several progressive farmers and their testimony as to its merits is added to the many who have tried it before One Trial Is Sufficient that its use eavea labor increases the number of pounds and improves the Your Crop Runs to Leaf It kills little worms as well as tig ones and one application lasts a You do not fear them to worms HENEY K THUBBEE FOE 8ILVEE month There are no ragged leaves and your mind is at ease in regard The planter who uses N S I is the tobacco raiser of the future New Tork Business Man Who Predicts For full particulars and priceB very cheap see or address Election of Bryan and Sewall New York She Should Have Freedom of Her legs From Eleanor Kirks Tapir can possibly dispute the truth that women have just as much right to leg freedom as men For some inscrutable reason this liberty has been denied them or has not been appropri ated by them and not until the eta of the bicycle has there been any really earnest conterted attempt to change things in this respect If the bicycle had been productive of no other good It would be entitled to a front seat with the deliverers of the age The woman who rides a wheel must from the very natuie of things have keen desire to individualize herself If this were not the case she would refuse to mount this vehicle and speed forth the observed of all observers for in no poHion is a woman in such thorough evidence before the world as upon one of these Middles On horse ack it is mostly horse on a bicycle it is all So it is a logical sequence that womau every feminine rider ia aware of her conspicuous condition and if she did not like it she would continuo to ride with her papa or her beau in the wheeled buggy or the stowaway trolley car The question of costume has been and still is a most perplexing one Petticoats were found to be as awkward and more dangerous on the bicycle than in mountan climbing but how could a decent woman appear in public without askltt Frequent and distressing accidents proved the impossibility of wear- Â¬ ing long skirts and many mortifying ex- Â¬ periences proved that the short or even the medium skirt could not be relied upon to cover tho legs properly In fact the impossibility of keeping this gar- Â¬ ment where it belonged the pullings and the haulings together with the general uneasiness of the rider only served to call attention to that part of her anatomy which she felt it her pre cedental duty to conceal Everybody who possesses one live luminous brain cell knows that It ia a matter of habit and precedent entirely To be satisfied of this one has only to look at tho very low necked goA ns at the fashionable dinner party and the statuesque nudeness of the average fem Â¬ inine surf bather Some time ago fashion decreed that the dining room and the seashore should be privileged places and is it not Btrange that the most radical dressers at such functions are chief among those who cry out against the bloomers or the knicker- Â¬ bockers on a wheel Bloomers are not very pretty but they are safe and modest Skirts are abomi Â¬ nations in every way and the woman who hasnt the courage to drop them long enough for a spin on her bicycle or a days mountain climbing would do well to remain in her rocking chair on the piazza and solace herself with her embroidery novel and pug dog No sane person Â¬ Â¬ All Free Those who have used Dr Kings New Discovery know its value and those who have not have now tho opportunity to try it Free Call on the advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free Send your name and address to 11 E Bucklen it Co Chicago and get a sam Â¬ ple box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Frep as well as a cipy of Guide to Health and Household Instiuctor Free All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at Short Haynes drug store SHILOH Weddings Visitors Deaths News and Other Mlts Carrie Shellman is spending the week at Addison Emmet Elder and Karl Bashaui are at work near lltiodelia Mrs John Itollins has been sick for soma time with fever Miss Blanche Basham returned home Sunday after a visit to relatives in Daviess county Ed Kroush Is at home now and has bjen attending the protracted meeting at Raymond MissMaxie Bandy and Edward Kls sam were married at the residence of the brides parents last Wednesday Miss Bettie A Koborta and Dick Fen wick were quietly married at the Catholic church Thursday We wish them a long aud happy life P D Kroush died at his home July 25th of congestion of the bowels De ceased was born In Germany and came to this country when quiet young and married Miss Jane Wheeler of Homo to them were born nine children eight of whom are still living He was a con- Â¬ sistent member of the M E church and also a member of the Masonic Lodge He died as he had lived trusting in the Several thousand Michigan miners Lave been thrown out of employment in order that they may have nn object TWO 25CENT NOVELS FREE TO lesson on the financial question This EACH SUBSCRIBER is a mode of campaigning that will not appeal to the American people and it is ALL NEV AND FRESH- very likely to react on the party that ad visiB aud countenances it To those rwiuling 100 to thin office wo N S the wonder of the 10th ren will Bend post paid Tun UitKCKhNiuixiE News for onu year and two - cent tury Novels ntlectt d from the list of 200 hooks which is tmhlished in this column To those Bunding two dollars we will TO ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE sedd post paid Thk IIiikckenkidok TO VALUE CHARACTER TO LOVE TRUTH Nkws and lllteen Twenty live ceiilhuokB aT This proposition holds Kd with new subscribeis or with renewals when the leweo Valley Ky subscription is paid up iu lull and one Careful personal Instruction high moral ataiiilanl thorough parental dlM ltillue year in advance Ilcaiitiful and homo training Christian These books aro printed from no a type healthful country location 17 miles from ouUlllc Ky hamlsonic grounds commoon good piperand are bound iu hand Â¬ dious building separate rooms for pupil if desired steam aud gas throughout buildThey are sold all some paper covers ing hot and cold baths and every modern over the country at 2b cents each hut convenience Noun but gixxl bays vrnut ed No ahnnin no ahowat Pupils lead at we have made such arrangements with College and University Slat Year A N QOIIDON AMrVn the publisher that we can furnish them to our readers at 10 cents single or any Forty four young men have organized dozen for 100 post paid This proa military company and will have the position is made for the benefit of those first meeting to night for the purposa of who aro already paid up subscribers or electing officers and transacting other those who do not particularly cart to business The State will supply gunp take our cubsuription proposition hut uniforms etc Hawcsvilio Plaindealer want to buy some of the books You Can Make Your Own Selections A car containing government fish will Order by number In orderiug it is come over the Texas this fall and there only necessary to give the number of are several farmers in the county who the book will stock their ponds Dr Davidson Following is the list Dill Cook and George Newman will soon If la i A Vfllow Astor a kutlif r havo line ponds Hawesvillo Plain aim inii kf Moor blanlcy J Wet man 3 Thi ilin in Mark dealer P Unson 4IM1 II llirradto 5 Mill tbat Iata iu the Mglit Boomeranio 6 A itugues Lllc U i ku Collins August 10 A letter was received today at Treasurer fit Johns democratic headquarters from Henry K Thurbor who is a member of tho execu- Â¬ tive committee of the American Frotec tive Tariff League and whose contribu- Â¬ tion headed the list of subscription to tho Harrison campaign fund of ISO J declaring for free silver Mr Thurber who is now at Hailey Idaho writes 1 am in this silver movement heart aud soul I verily believe that Uryan and bewall will win in this light It is an uprising of tho people against oppression and an attempt to placo our labor in the same condi- Â¬ tion that the labor of Kit rope is It is a lirfht between tho owners of vested capital and the owners of property other than evidences of in- Â¬ debtedness aud the wage earners anlinthe long run the majority must win The hot iron of gold lias entered into the pockets of tho many and burned very large holes therein nnd therefore they speak feelingly and no specious arguments emanating from that side can have any effect qn them only to make the average man more tenacious of his own opinion that he is right and I think the result in NovembHr will open the eyes of the Republicans that want to give manufacturers protection and demonetize Bilver Yours truly 11 K TllUKllKR JNO D BABBAGE Agent For Breckenridge Hancock and Meado Counties OLOVERPORT KY-- Campaign Tricks That Are Vain Washington Tost BOOKUREE pi The DuclcDIamo nd llhlherick ws f Norman Macleod D I 93 The blaring Horence Marryat 93 Capaln Nortons Diary Her Cente Detds barahTjter 94 The Duchtsi 95 Moonshine and Mareuerites 96 No TliTOUirhfarc Wilkie Collins and Lharlei Dickens Iis Your Son Will Learn Gordon School Charles Dickens The Duchess 9i Fortune Wheel 99 Love s Random Shot Wnkie Collins loo An April Day Philiniia Iriltie Je hson lot Little Make Make II lieve II C farjfun W Clark Russell 103 Round the I alley hire Kobett Buchanan 103 The New Auelard Hoience Old Cnntritry and olhcr stuiies io Marryat Lady Margaret Mjcndic 105 Dita iu6 the Midnight Sun lridnka llrcmer alenes Fate Mrs Alexander 107 118 At the Worlds Mercy F Warden The llosery Folk j Munvilie Kenn K9 Alison 10 b N ar and Vet bo Far St ry in A lUsliandsVillage Anne Beale 113 Ihe I isher 113 An Old Mans Lute Anthony J ridlope Wax ORill 114 John Hull and His Island lurks 113 Hie Picture and Jack ol All 1rades 97 116 The Haunted Man The jhiut of Charlotte Cray ryat ltide Klorence liar Â¬ Â¬ C ii7Reudnna Commentson Current Gveuts Kcade 118 Lady LI J re or The Mastrroflhe Forges G Olintt Charles Iteade 119 Iaiveand Mnucv Ilss Mulock I3u Mls lonimy I i3i The lluukc on Hie Jlarsli War erl 133 I ne nautili er ot Hie stars Hugh Loimay 1 33 A Sinless Klta Vint Carl Vusmaer 134 Ihe Amson Aitlim bergent 135 lloyond llecall Foitune Du tro llexlouche a rreiich Dttectne 18 131 Â¬ New York Journal Throwing a man out of work in order Louisville Henderson to throw him into the Itepublican ranks is a trick with a boomoranglo attach- Â¬ ment NERVOUS WEAK St Louis hyCo TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 600 oclelc A U Sanday U 22 1895 nsro 10 Lord The lonely companion and chil dren have our heartfelt sympathy tor we too have a loved father waiting for us on the other shore and to them we say grieve not for his earthly trials and sufferings are oer but live such lives as will entitle you to a rich reward in the world to come where you can meet husband and father and form an un- Â¬ divided family in Heaven Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord Â¬ DESPONDINT D1SEAS D MEN Iful Bound Traint 11 Katt Bound Train Mail A Dally 12 12 Curos Guaranteod or No Pay VOONOor Mlfll K IQEO Jin -- Ytm limy havo U enlho victim of 8lf Abase wbon 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717 1141 669 1135 661 1127 1113 1109 11 00 1051 10 42 1033 1036 1011 10 00 10 03 957 07 1015 10 Oiuton Webster Jodlburg 6 47 6 39 6 32 6 03 624 616 665 631 617 463 102 uturu Â¬ 10 23 1033 1035 10 4 913 922 Stepheniport Addison Holt Hawesvllle Petrle Falcon I twIlport Waltinan Owensboro Cloverport Shops Sklllman 1020 960 5 43 6 41 6 35 5 29 6 11 5 03 4 46 4 40 4 31 4 25 LAI OK Purest and nest Family Medicine In the World I taun Hot nVSPIPSIA CONSTIPATION dice llllouuUatkSltKllKAlAlIK Colic Depression of Spirits hOUIt hlOMACH Heartburn etc Thl unrivalled remedy is warruutiil not to contain a single particle of MkltLUKV or any imnerul auustauce but li The Cheapest containing thoso Southern Hoots and Herbs which an all wise providence lias placed In countries whero liver Diseases most prevailÂ¬ It will cur all Diseases caused by Derange ment of the liver and Dowels The SYMPTOMS of liver Complaint are a bitter or bad taste in the mouth Ialn In the llack Sides or Joints often mistaken for Ithcu Loss of Appetitei matistuj 5our Stomach llowels alternately costive and las Headache Loss of Memory with a painful sensation of havlnir failed to do fcimicthlnir which ought to have been done Debility Low Spirits a thick rllow appearance of the hkln and Kyes a dry ough often mistaken for Consumption Sometimes many of these symptoms attend the disease at others very few but the llVhV is generally the seat of tho disease and if not Kegulated In time prrat sufTerloi wretched Dtss and DliATIt will ensue The following highly esteemed persons attest to the virtues pf Simmons liver Itegulatori Gen W H Unit 1rcs Ua 8 W K It Co Key I R 1elder lcrry Utt Col 15 K Sparks A Is or da C MasfersonKw Khsrlfl WbbCo f laf lion Aleumlr II Htenhens -We have tested It virtues personally and biliousness and know that for Dyspepsia Throbbing Headache It is the best medicine the world ever saw We tried forty other remedies pa ore Simmons liver Regulator but none nay e us more than temporary relief but the Keen Jl fetor not only relieved but cured us TCLkcyirii ANU JdtssKNOEK Macon fja MAtturacTUMa D phlv pr Bf f If jtgJLIN fir R Jr p t 9 33 9 44 962 968 1008 1015 25 1038 10 48 10 1061 1102 1112 1120 1125 1135 1142 9 46 935 917 911 9 8 8 8 8 9 25 14 65 40 34 25 U6Un 12 2d 1231 1231 12 40 12 47 1264 12lm 1215 Powers Pates 416 PURI2LY VIJGKTAIJLK Ferional Free Gl pago medical reference book to any person afflicted with any special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Address the leading phy- Â¬ their sex sicians and surgeons of the United States Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago Bafnr Trcotinnt AftorTrootmeatl At H- i- acn nf n 1 cninmrnrtvl to ruin I mjr lira ill 1 tir on n uNi OK IlllJ 1 II Y lo trctwlua Inn IiIikkI dleM I BYlllllIU 1 wu wruk ml nervous J ilw luliiit p iiiplHn si nk 11 r o b uol soro i rur a aim i painn i icvra nnir iihih I want mouth dint alniirliifl rnrlr ui nwrefk t wns Iu tin I t etmr e w en n I I fit ml recmnmrudcl Dm Konn T A iIuaii ntlir tliiaora hint ntlMl I K rimii ln curiPK m - Ir- - Kcnneir A Kerirnn 1 cured ma In tt tw wt ck lr tholr Now I MHInxl I ratniPiit IwouMnnrn l idmr illwihi til man n Iwwi a nf MmiIi qI Finud 3 I lit urn rullnbla hune t ami skillful W UJlllJlill plOilcinns 1100 11 f 5 1108 1115 1123 1131pm 113801 Mattlngly Griffith btanlsy Worthlngton Heads Spottsvilla Dassctt 8U9 8 05 7 68 7 43 7 3d 7 20am 814 46 365 3 44 3 39 3 56 751 380 3 23 The Ducheu llack lluith Conway A Wickrd ilrl Uary Cei il Hay 9 10 Hack to the DM Home Maiy Cecil Hay 1 Wedded an I Parted Charlotie SI Irneme 13 Hie llag of Diamonds Ueorire Mauville lenn M111U K Ilraddon 13 The Moronn A format liojlf 14 A Study In Scarlrt Mrs Aiexiudsr 15 lory in the fetters 16 My Ladies Money WiUieCollins Mlhebhadowofabin Lhjtlotte M Uneme 18 Hie Cricket on the Hearth Charles Dickens olriebquinsHuiling Charlotte M liracme 30 buigleheart and doublefate Charles Kcade si I m y Ira e Mrs Henry Wood JJ Wife Maid or Widow i Mrs Alexander ij ItlacL lieiuty Anni Swell Sarah Grand 34 Itlrala Alex ndir Dumas 35 Ciiiiilic diltet Last Th ow lie u hes 7 Three Aln in a Boat Jeronio K Jerome j8 I he Hon ruble Mr Vceker fni Duchess 9 Tie lloux tt the Wlf Stinlr v J enian 3ot hurluite iein ie Mrskowan 31 Tneahattcndlitol ClarlotttM llraems Noveli t Kdna Lya I 3a Derrick Vaughn Vy N 13- - Helen H Mathers 33 for a Soldier John Strange Winter 3 The Haunted Chamber The Uuucil 36 Cleverly Won Hawlevbinart 37 Holsa Fortune Woreoce Warden 38 Dinnj Forget Jolm btrange Winter s Kiror 39 lie Chal ule M U aime Charlotte M llrucme 40 A ulden Heart 41 HerUnly Sin Charlotte M Uraeme 43 Ih Idle 1 noughts of un Idle Fellow 1 To J K J ronie The Duchess 4j la I urance Vile he Duchess 44 A Ltitle llebel 45 Utile Irish CJirl lThe Duchess 46 Lord Herresford lhe Dnchess 47 The Moment Alter Itobert Iluchanau 48 A Mairiage at Sea W Clark llussell Ily the author Iover and Lord 49 A Mad Uie iOThe other Manwile John strange Winter On Her Weddint Morn Charlotte M Uraeme ji 53 Stage Land Jciome K Jerome J3 Struck Down Hawlev bourt 54ASarandaHearL Florrence Marryat Loe- - M1 ne Uuchess sl I Ennf ry j6TbeT0rfbsn iubUointilrl 1 he Duchess H 5 Tw l lolstoL V0- the liren llneoa Ikilrlfe HarraJn 59 8Laletl 7 Tiie Du huts Aster Vashti and Kstcr lly the wrltor of Belles Letters 133 lie J on J the City AConan Dojle A Conan Doyle 33 A Scandal In llulicmla 134 the Mgu nt thu four A Cunan Dlrw 135 I he 1 lei of Linne Robert Uuchanan KoUri l is btevensort 30 Treasure Wand i37llielicklt JlinUler J It Crockett 138 The Suicide Hub Robert Luuia siesensom Itobert Lcuia bteveuson 139 The Ucrry leu K L Sle enson 140 lrlnce Otlo 141 The JtUahf ntures or Jehu MchoUon Coftvrt Louis Mete son 14s An Inland Voae Robert Louis Stevuuwa 143 The Mil erode hualler Robert L stevaos K L Stevtaaos 144 The Matter or llallanlrae 146 Shei All the World to Me Hall Cam 147 M Wonueilul WUa I Marie Corellv 148 A tluinno ol Air Anthony Hopes K belt Louis biriraiou 149 The Dynamiter hist 130 roe on Ijl Hie Dolly Dialogues Anthony Hope ij3 Hie ltockorllm Itye 1 C Deleon Ij3 Auldlichlldlls J M llarrle 154 A Wiudow 111 thrums JM llarric Kit J At Ilarrie J5 V11 a Manf Ij6 llie 1 iril 01 Oliver bargrnt Edtjar ioBliVl IJ7 My Lady Niio ine J M Ilarrie 158 lletter Lead J M Ilarrie 159 Tlie Story of an Africin Karm naJrls Irosi 150 Dreams jlalph Iron Olive bchrnatrl 161 Kinnapped II L Stevenson i6jJhebirangeCaseoflV Jekyll and Mr Hyde Robert Louis btevenson I6j The Myser of CI omher A Conan Doyle 104 Lota Utter or a Wordly Wonuo K Mrs Lhllord ifijTheravl Ion rn the Links RL St venson ItoAujws Husband lly Author of Uve and Lands 16 The Captain ol the A Conan 1oleStar 169 ater Unites Itev Chas KiDgsley The Southern Star Jules Vere Helen II Mathers lay Lyres vcijuitl I 130JIHS llllne anil I Ily author of A Yellow 137 Tlie lloigiuey Doyle 1ture of Dorian Cray 5s 711 lyoSrt 171 17 1 71 Oscar Wilde L Abbe Consuntui Ludovic Halevv Royal Anthony Hipe IVnis by H ilde llreau Lire Ik Marvel Tales orMean Streets A rthur Morrison ear lr C Cuinbeiland Charlotte M llraeae Itobert Uuchanan H Itlder Htggard 179 Jet Her hace or Her tortunet Mrs Annw 180 Malt A Tae of a Caravan H Buchinsa Alphonse Daudet-J Sipp 7 1 Alajier ol the Mine King bol mons Mines 178 I V Kl heiwhis DaughterSm JjAManofMuik HuY jaiACaseoMdenty Gorvtnuri Anthony Hope Grange AC lys SJ J0 A Conan Doyle lit My rred the Murderer A Conan Doaij Si li 4Hy ol l snnuit Jerome K Jei7 ane san Edmono I epelletrkT i8 Ihe Mystery lene basassa Valley and 3ttr or A Conan Doyle ts n1 olher toriesA Ceass I lee llUht 190 Mine Own People Itudyard Klpline CourJ 8 of Uinah Sliidd Jplhg Revenge 93 JI Rider Haaiard 93 Mr Meeson vll j Itlder iffiLard 7ewurnofG uer Bush ACS0I Dol lahJIaclaria Thi t iS j C0t - 197 90 lle nnil iUIJfc obfHauls Rudyard F Glass Stevenson 1165pm 100 1 15pm ar Hendera Iv 30 2l5pS 316 NWrHr 6i ciiui aai1 ii vVMldc 6A L II St L h 66 Fofdsyllle Ihe llxman Branch TIME TABLE Na 9 7oKorIeinlng 71 til eSKrllnrthellod lleveriesofa 67 Fculllel too lied Kri K M tlalantvna he Hre llngjde It M Ililljntvn Dora HusstL Hachtlor Ik Marvol M 8r 1Uk- - iJthisofa SuSUj1 U- - wrM- Octave Charles Gibto 1oor Vmm mo- Ctwlstla Murray - and address all orders to JNO D BABBAGE Tk Corskan llrothera AleiS Duas Head the proposition heading this AahV Looking rcTlcfpllDC M KV 0L0VKUP0RT nnr It M TAKING Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Bun EFFECT DEO 22 I 1805 Hardin Countys Pride Is Bethlehem Academy an Institution which offers superior Inducements to young ladles wishing to take an Acade Â¬ mic Course A quiet home good table healthful location a corps of teachers as well qualified as any in Kentuckyboard bedding laundry and tuition all this or 10 per month when paid in advance For further information address Mother Domltllla JWbleliem Academy St John Ky CONSULTATION FREE ac tro i mitt cure HHloiltS co nynlitl Kill til j t ti clnr M svitiH i N Vr West Bound Trains Iliiittirnl lMcliHrKt lllduv uiiu uluuiiesr UU Iillt iJ YEARS 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eeaned out the other day but HardinsbuTQ he has got it laid up for the meddlesome BOLTERS Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurclycurcall diseases of the stomach liver or bowels For sick headache dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse Trying to Cool Down These Hot Save Your Money Summer Days How Refreshing Is a Cup of Iced Tea Wc have a Green Tea for cheapness cant be heat for purity and strength it is not equaled Last week we sold lots of it going to sell twice as much this week Older some the next time you order groceries kids I BAKING MOST A POWDER PERFECT MADE Campaign buttons at James Kinche er y t o e tie lr n Mis Clint Hook is visiting her mother In Louisville 40 Years the Standard J E Monarch Owensboro vat lieo lost Saturday Breckenridge News Prof J H B Logan Clovcrport was here Saturday WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 189G Mr J M Guthrie has been on the sick list several days LOCAL BREVITIES Bargains in watches at Jainis Kinche loes your jeweler Bicyco Mipplies Sulzeis The Democrats aro arranging for a big TIio days are gelling shorter rally here September 5th Base balls and bate Sulzers I Julies and Gents silk and gold guard Fire Insurance Short Haynes chaius at James KIncheloes Crude carbolic ncul Short A Haynep Mrs Henry Matthews was visiting Wheat in this market is bringing 50 friends at Fordsville last week Cnb Miss Maggie Smiths school will open See our pretty line of glass tumblers the first Monday in September Suzers Do not forget to go to James Kinche And still they go Club bouse ties loes for your campaign buttons Sulzers Master Allen and Franklin Kincheloe If you want firo insurance see Short aro visiting in the country this week Haynes For repairs on watches clocks spec- Â¬ The best coal oil 15 cents L II tacles jewelry etc go to T O Lwis Scherer For repairs on watcher clocks spec- Â¬ Buy n gun now while they are cheap tacles jewelry etc go to T C Lewis Sulzers Sam Marshall returned to Illinois last Jack Moorman spent Sunday with Monday Jesso Payne and Alf Payne his parents wont out with him Money saved by buying your groceries Frank Hoswell who has been travel- Â¬ from L II Scherer ing in tho South for some weeks return All kinds of confectionaries new and ed home last Saturday fresh L II Scherer Andrew and Itosco Severs of Hdpder James Holder the artist who has son Ky were here a few dayB lost week visiting their old friends been sick is improving Dont miss the remnants on our bar Â¬ Tue old Hambleton Hotel will be va- Â¬ gain counters Suzers cant in a few days Two or three parties Ladies are trying to purchase it The latest thing out in collars Bishop collars Sulzsrs The County Court allowed Arthur Have just gotten in a full stock of gro-Â¬ Goodmau HO for making the approaches to the new bridge at Tates Mill ceries nee me L II Scherer Prof Lamb left with his family last Co are head quarters for Gregory week for Sturgis Ky He is to assist paints aud oils pure and cheap Mr and Mrs E A Kissam have tak Â¬ Prof Shacklett there in his school There was a hundred mules brought en rooms at the Clovcrport Hotel The newest and latest way to entertain here Monday in responso to the ad in the News The mule buyer did not put is to give a New Woman Party in appearance Mrs Laura Kurtz of Webster spent Airs J E Monarch and her children Friday with Mr and Mrs English from Owensboro have been out at her This town has been fortunate no cy- fathers Mr Matthias Millers for the clones or prestations from the heat so past two weeks far Mr Nelson Jolly was in town last Sat- Â¬ Mr John Renfrew of Narrows KyVj urday He says seventy five per cent of Â¬ was the guest of Mies Lula Nichols Sun the tobacco crop in his neighborhood has day been destroyed by the worms C M Bullitt purchased last Friday Mr Aaron Norton was in town from 15000 bu of wheat Tho price is un- Â¬ the Webster country Monday He says known they have had a four weeks drouth in Mrp Mary J Miller while coming that section which is injuring the corn down tho steps at the old bank building crop yesterday morning lost her footing fell The finest watermelon we have had and strained her wrist this season was presented to us the other Yesterday there were one buudrev day by Mr Ed Goodman He is supply Â¬ box cars at Henderson loaded with corn ing this town with a fine quality of mel- Â¬ Tho busi Â¬ ons ttiis season to come over the Texas ness of the Texas is booming There are threo negroes and two white Will Owens of Kock Vale was in men on the county rock pile Judge town Monday He has been at the Tar McDeath made an order that the prison Â¬ Springs for several days He reports ers Bhould be kept at hard labor and the bolters scarce in his neighborhood jailer seems to be carrying out the order The Young Ladies Parsonage and Mr J A Deane of Owensboro was Homo Mission Syctety will give an ice here last week He and Judge Mercer cream supper in Dr Smiths yard Friday are the attornoys for the DeJernette se evening Aug 21 Everybody come cureties in the new suit of the Brecken- Â¬ David Mattlngly who is employed W ridge c rgalnst them Mr Dean was the shops while straightening out a here to prepare tho answer peice of sheet iron Inst Friday lost con- Â¬ They tell us that Chairman Whitworth trol of it It fell otr striking his right is getting ready to make some campaign foot severely mashing all of his toes While businesa is speeches this fall Friday morning about 8 oclock fire dull out at the depot he fills up the time broke out at the residence of C Sipplo in tlieso long days by studying the polit- Â¬ on Main Street due from a dofective ical questions and taking a few hours Hue It was extingushed without much drill in oratory difllculty but tho excitement run high Mr Charles Mook salesman for Carter for awhile Dry Goods Co was in our town last Jacob Bishop and wife former residents week Mr Mook is a born Breckenridge of this city now of Wall Street Knns boy and Ions to come to this county havo been at Eldorado Springs for sever Within the last few years he has worked al months Ho writes Galen Barbeo himself up to be one of the most promi- Â¬ that his wife is suffering from functional nent salesmen on the road derangement of the hi art Rev E E Pate is holding meeting out Strock Barger and Sack Stiles of Pres Â¬ at Sit Zlou this week Next Sunday ton are in the neighborhood with a will be the regular quarterly meeting steam thresher They were at Ogleebys Itev Sam Allen the Presiding yesterday and at Mrs Mary J Millers service Elder will be on hand and preach Sun Â¬ the day before Being afraid of the day at 11 A M It will be the last Quar- Â¬ Clovcrport bridge they went out to Har- Â¬ terly meeting for the present year dins mill to cross Clover Creek Gabe Smith who forged the name of Dr John M Cohen the noted oculist Mrs Lucy Hunter to a check on tbe land optician will be at A It Fishers Breckenridge Bank last fall for 8 05 Jrug Store in this city Sept 10 11 and Anybody sufluring with any disease was arrested in Grayson county lost 12 brought here aud lodged In ml the eye or needing spectacles will do week and Smith has been eluding tbe o di veil to call on him Examination and jail ansultation free and satisfaction guar cers for some time Wheu arrested ho conftssed his guilt anteed Mr Horace Allen writing to a friend During a thunder storm hero Saturtyry ghtenlng stritcK a barn belonging to in this city at tho conclusion of his letter Hurrah for Bryan and So wall kit Groves of Tobinsport setting tire to says i and burning it up It contained 2000 silver and humanity and an adjustment Biles of straw a lot of clover hay agrl- - of the tariff that will raise a sufficient iltural implements which were all con revenue and not merely enrich the man- Â¬ lined His loss is estimated at about ufacturers of the sea board whose ideas have only the width of thoir little coast 6000 There will bo a mass convention held line I At the sound money meeting here last the City Hall in this city Saturday Lug 22 for the purpose of selecting del Saturday the committee appointed to ates to tho County Convention which select delegates named among their Lnvenea in Hardiosburg Monday Aug alternates several parties who are free to elect delegates to the Congressional silver men Tbe delegates and alter Â¬ onventlon held at Ellzabethtowa Aug nates named were not present at the meeting and their names were used with The EllendaU Commercial College out being consulted Chairman Whit Â¬ sear Owensboro will open the second worth seems sure that some of the men loaday In September This will be the appointed are for Bryan aid Bewail and alleges first year and over a hundred he has written to them to get an express talents have already matriculated It ion on the subject has the Quest building of any similar Reports te J 5 iurtJUtlw la Ike State one of the leading Heyat Bsklnx Pewfrr eollgea o this eonaWy O M Nevitt U oae ol the latrut wprkw te alt pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant loes y The following gentlemen were on our streets Monday John Alexander Uua Ierd Owen Glendeane GB Cunning ham Gillelandand James G Brodie Chenault A IIltoot0 M McGlothlati G B Gardnor U T Cashman Union Star Lou PateStcphonsport J B Hates Ualltown James Spencer McDauiels James Jurboe Mooleyville John W Ik auchamp Irvington Hon Charles Itlaufurd Bewleyvllle F P Payne Cloverport It was rather a strange coincidence lat Saturday to see such men as Ne wsom DHuy and young Sklllman trying lo organize themselves into a political body As for Barnes ho is an old stager and during all the preliminaries of tho meet Â¬ ing he was wrestlesa for a place to speak and get offon sound money Mr Barnes says there is nothing in politics that he wants but his z al would seem to indicate otherwise Those who know him know how he loves politics and politic- Â¬ ians and that he rarely misses an opportunity to get in his work when he can So his speech last Saturday tit in very well without converting anyone to his way of thinking on the money question Dr Nowsom while a well informed man npon most any question did look a little out of place on the rostum trying to explain tho subject of a Mugwump Convention The Doctor is a quiet man and lo I for these twenty years has not been actively at the front in any po- Â¬ litical movement How he is going to hold out is yet to bo developed Tho Messers Sklllman and Beards have here- Â¬ tofore allowed politics to drift along and kept a keen eye on their business inter Â¬ ests Its doubtful whether they can make politics as much of a uccess as they havo their private affairs Thoy may not follow up the sound money drift but If it is to continue as a distinct organization here these men may have to hold on Honors have already been thrust upon them and they may find them a little difficult to shake off Â¬ Â¬ Out Â¬ of Eighteen Hundred Demo- 8crat8 In the County They Only Muster No Reckless Assertion FIFTEEN OR TWENTY TUTTS Liver PILLS The most enjoyable home wedding A the Beason was that on last Wednesday morning at 7 oclock at the residence of Airs Robert Bowtner between her daughter Miss Mary and Mr Walter Campbell of Ashland Ky Itev E E Pate of the Methodist Church South officiated During the rendition of Mendelsohns Wedding March the at tendants marched in through the open parlors and formed a half circle followed by the brldo and groom While tho impressivo ceremony was being perform- Â¬ ed fehumanrisTransmerie was played softly The attenJauta were Misses Eva Hensley Hardintbuig Lziie Skillman Cloverport Susie Monarch Owensboro and MissPhebe Forman Maysville The bride was dressed in white organdy while the bridesmaids wore organdy over pink The parlors were beautifully decorated with flow ore and the whole surroundings were quite impreisive Miss Linnie Hoswell presided at the Air Campbell is a young lawyer organ of Ashland Ky enjoying a lucrative practice He is said to be a model chris- Â¬ tian gentleman and quite popular in Lis native town Air and Mrs Campbell left here for White Sulphur Springs W Va where they will remain a few weeks then return to Ashland Those in attendance at the wedding from a distauce were W 11 Bowmer and wife Mr and Airs A B Skillman Ohas B Skillman and wife Misses Bettle and Maggie Bowmer and Air Orville Skillman Cloverport Tom Gardiner and Airs Nellie wife Aladisonville Ky Aliss Phebe Burks Henderson Ky Forman Alajsville Alias SusloAIonareh Owensboro Air Frank Bowmer Aladis- Â¬ onville and Tom Bowmer Louisville Â¬ Â¬ CAiirnuLL nowMER IN MKMOIllUlf Baby arns are loosened and baby words hushed and baby footfall is but an echo as little Ludwell fell asleep August 8th to awake with the now Sabbath day in heaven Be It lletohol That we pi the AI E Church South Sunday School of liar Â¬ i dinsburg Ky express heart felt sympa thy to Air and Mrs V G Babbage the father our Superintendent the mother a faithful member and we pray they may be sustained by Divine presence in their shadowed home That as we know the heartache of his brothers we commend each to the keeping of Him to whom little ones belong That the members of the infant class with whom Sunday mornings of his little life of three years were regularly spent may so live in their small corners that they may shine and sing together where life for him is oue glad Childrens Day That the expression of what la in our hearts for these whose sorrow we indeed feel be snt for publication to the Biieckknuiiiob Nkws and Sunday School visitors Ibknb Catiikiunb Board Tin a AIkhcer Mary E Allen Â¬ Since the Illinois Central IUllroad has had charge of the O O A H W rail Â¬ road they have discharged all of the negro brakeinan and substituted white men lu their places WINTEHSJIIITHS CURES B TAIN IN All ILLS KIBNBTS BlADBtH UR1HAR7 ORGANS 8 H U THE BACK DIABETES DROW GRAVEL BTO Â¬ ETC fa Govt etkn 35 YEARS SUCCESS Aug 17 The IlAiniNsnuiia Ky great sound money rump convention called here lost Saturday standard time 2 oclock p m with fifteen members present havo come and gone Notwith Â¬ standing the fact that the advocates ol this cause havo been grooming most every man who camo to town or the last week to join cm their appeals met with slim promises and all they could muster was fifteen Tin News gives them the credit to say that they havo worked manfully but their couverts were few Tliero has not been a convention in the county for twenty years but what out numbered it out of eighteen hundred Demo cratlc voters in the county a cause must havo very little merit in it which cannot muster more than fifteen or twenty members after such a call as has been made from the sound money element and which claims to be Advocating True Democracy It is the object of your correspondent to deal fairly Heretofore wo havo not been In the habit of giving the name of every member of the public convention but In this instant we deem Important Dem- Â¬ ocrats who are following the rules of the party and acting in line with a conven- Â¬ tion called by legal and undisputed authority would probably like to kho who were present here last Saturday aid lug sound monoy or as the Editor ex Â¬ pressed it last week fostering the Ale Kinley aid society They were as follows B F Beard P AI Beard O L Beard AI H Beard W K Barnes S O Walker Hardins- burg L A Foote Charles Drury Bew Â¬ leyvllle James T Skillman F N De- Huy Leon McGavock O B bklllman It L Newsora Cloverport WJ Dean Jr Charles Dean Glendeane If there were any others present taking part in the meeting the News man did not dis-Â¬ cover them These are as good men as we have in the county yea in the Democratic party or any other party or business The men we do not object to but they aro acting in opposition to a Democratic candidate for President called by a regular Democratic Not as Air Barnes Bald in his Speech in the interest of Truo Democracy but In op- Â¬ position to all party policy and precept There were probably a hundred men who gathered in the court room shortly after the bell rang This number was made up of Republicans and Democrats who went in to witness the proceedings Dr R L Ne wsom of Cloverport took the chair and stated the object of tho meeting He read what he termed his authority for calling tho convention which was a paper signed by John AI Palmer and a number of other men who bolted the Democratic convention at Chicago Air Newsom made no com- Â¬ ment on the paper read farther than to say that the meeting was called in the of true Democracy Ho suggested the election of a permanent chairman B F Beard moved the election of W K Barnes as permanent chairman The motion was seconded by F N Do Â¬ ll uy who asked that tho election of Mr Barnes as permanent chairman be made unanimous This was adopt- Â¬ ed and Air Barnes took the stand Air Barnes said he recognised the im- Â¬ portance of the situation and he was gratified and honored to be called uppn to preside over the meeting Ho said he knew it required a great deal of cour- Â¬ age for men to take this stand but the Chicago platform and its candidate Bryan had been repudiated by a large number of Democrats and they were there to save the good old Democratic party and the country They were tliero in tho interest of true- Democracy that Br an had been branded as a Popocrat and was heading a ticket in league with tho Populists The Chicago platform he declared was not In line with the principles as laid down by Cleveland Carlisle and others Somo men talked and feared revolution but as for himself he hoped there would be nothing of that sort He eald the country wanted a sound and stable cuirency and this could be maintained only by tho use of gold Air Barnes spoke for twenty minutes without interruption and when ho sat down there was only a faint applause and this Iwaa from his sound money friends who occupied one corner of the court room After Mr Barnes was through speak Â¬ ing C L Beard was elected Secretary of the meeting The chairman then annouueed that the convention was ready for business and asked If there were any more speech- Â¬ es There was none B F Beard then moved that the chair appoint a com- Â¬ mittee ol three to select delegates to the Stato convention The Chair appointed the following B F Beard W J Dean Jr and L A Foote Dr Newsom then had the 8 cretary read a letter from Air Htrphensnnrt The Junes Crawford writer expressed Ills r grets at hot being able to be present at the meeting but said that he was In full sympathy with the meeting The committee appointed to select deU t gates to the State Convention brought lu their report and named the following delenatea FN DHuy Charles Drury L Foote W J Dean Jr W K Baraw 0 L Beard B F Beard James Â¬ Â¬ Crawford W It Afoorman Alternates Geo go E Drury 8 C Walker 0 B Sklllman John Vest Jr P W Foote 0 V Robertson C W Dean J S Mar Â¬ shall James Payne Tho report of tho committee was adopted and there being no further bur In ens tho meeting adjourned Proceedings JUST A TEASPOONFUL Of WiUl Cherry Phosphate a little lump of iugir in a glass of water and you have a delightful Milliliter drink Ith m invigorating of the Meade County to old people so cooling to workers in the field shops McKinlry Aid Booiety and woods allays the thirst gives the nerves Brandkniiitii Ky August 17 At a It is a practical ill ink anil food strength meeting ol the AIcKinley Aid Society misnamed the Aleode County Conven- Â¬ combin cil for tltc nerves brains hone tion of the National Democratic party and tissues and made from pure held In Brandenburg Saturday August 15 18G for the purpose of selecting phosphates anil wild cherry delegates to the State Convention at The only hcavcrage indorsed by the Womens Christian Temperance Louisvillo on the 25 of August Union and used in their fountain There were present the following James William Lewis Bank President Denny Walter Lewis Asst Bank Cashier Sam Carrigan hrother-iu-lato a Bank President Air Carden who lives with Air Patterson the step father Makes Tour gallons of a delightful beverage non intoxicnting always of a Bank President J G Anderson and healthier than lemons ready for use cheaper D B Withers A C Reesor Joshua Send for a 25 cent bottle Loncaster J F Wooltolk Blant Shack- Â¬ lett J W Harrington Jamrs Malln Hen Carrico Sr Andy Carrico Win Ililf Win Sanders Ou motion of James William Lewie J C NOLTE Assignee J F Woolfolk was elected Chairman and Denny Walter 1 ewii Secretary of the meeting After the adoption of a resolution naming the delegates to the State Convention and another resolu- Â¬ GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 5 tion for tho formation of Clubs In each For the Sale or Country Produce voting precinct the members of which Hcferencci Oerm in Ilunk Western ItanV Fidelity Trmt Company are to be pledged to use every effort to I0US1II IE KY 0 t Mn 9li nl 10tb 931 VmtlUrVftStrfft defeat Bryan and Sewall the Conven- Â¬ tion adjourned After the adjournment of the Conven- Â¬ tion Denny Walter Lewis the Secretary exposed his hand by openly declaring that he would support AIcKinley in the coming election The delegates are Paul E Buren D B Withers J F Woolfolk J W Harrlng ton Jas Lancaster and J P Shacklett One 25 Cent Bottle SULZERS CO J M NEHAN J t r Bethel College Russellville Ky For Illustrated Cataloguo address BIG SPRING Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate W S RYLAND Airs Eliza Holt who has suffered from paralysis for about two years left last week accompanied by her nephew Wal ter Alay for Franklin Ky She will en- President Â¬ Â¬ ter the Franklin Infirmary Osteopathy for treatment Her many friends of Aliss Emma Kertr has returned to this city hope that she may recover Cecilia soon Wo are needing rain as the dust is CG Warfleld and Elword English getting very deep were driving up railroad street Friday Dr Aud of Cecilia was tho gueBt of evening in a buggy Suddenly their Dr Strothor last Alonday horse became frightened and run In Soveral of our young people attended endeavoring to stop him they were the picnic at tho old mill last Saturday thrown out Englisti was kicked above Aliss Geo Rawlings of Owensboro is tho right eye and sustained a few other visiting horsister Aire Tom Miller near gashes on the head Warflelds back here was wrenched otherwise both are doing Airs Geo Ciarkson anil Aliss Annie well Lou Woolfolk returned to Brandenburg vTulpbur Wells which is a most roÂ¬ last Friday mantic and historical place is located in Air James Harried entertained last Aleade county about five miles from Thursday In honor of his niece Miss Brandenburg Air and Airs Henry Ruth Casey Hemdou with their three beautiful Alias Ladle Clsrkson entertained last daughters and other young lady friends Tuesday in honor of her guesU Alisses who are with them from Loutsvlllecom Posey and Kee Washington pose the party Tho place has been Alifs Alaud Doran aftor Beveral weeks given the name of Camp Herndou and absenco in Cloverpoit and Glendale must say is a very appropriate one in Â¬ with relatives has returned homo deed A representative of tho News Itev Gocbel began a protracted meet had the pleasure of spending Sunday lug the Baptist church last Sunday at evening with them and ran say that Ho will Iio assisted by the Itev W V they certainly do know a thing or two Lee of Lexington about making one havo a most enjoyable Air Davo Jacob and two friends came time The Camp will break next down on their wheels troui Louisville week If your health is failing this is last Friday and were the guests of II the place to go especially when the Aleyer They returned home Sunday Herndons are in charge Miss Llllie Ciarkson attonded tho pic- Â¬ nic at the old mill then to visit Aliss OAKLING She Alargaret Ditto near Brandenburg was accompanied by her brothel who returned home Saturday Tobacco worms are plentiful Mies Lollie Posey of Henderson who Aliss Alary LeSleuris ill at this writing was the guest of MissLadie Ciarkson for Air Elmer Down attendtd church at several days returned home last Thurs- Â¬ Corrinth last Sunday day Her exceedingly charming man Aliss Fffie Frank is visiting her aunt ners mado her many friends while here Airs Conner Johnson Cloverport Aliss Alary Peyton of Falls of Ibugh Aliss Zoa Johnson of Cloverport is and Alisses Alary and Louise Aloorman visiting her aunt Airs Sam Frank and Master Hubert Moorman who were tho guests of their aunt Airs Strother Miss Mattie and Ella Hook of liar dinsburg attended church at this place returned home last Friday accompanied by Aliss Zilma Strother last Sunday Air Sam Frank is having an addltlou Fool Politics built to his residence Air DlckPumph Wathlntilon lotl ery is doing the work Air Sam Marshall has returned home The proposition to have the New York from III on a yMt to his parents Air advertising Arms boycott those news and Mrs June Alarshall papers that advocate tho silver cause is The yard party given by Air and Airs another ol those Idiotic ideas which are June Marshall last Tuesday night was being porduced by tho hysterical depart Â¬ enjoyed very much A large crowd was ment ol the gold campaign committee present among them was Miss Bettle Aliss Ella Hook Air Frauk Mercer I Hook Air Pug Heston Alls Lucy lies ton Mr Ben Hook and Aliss Mattie Hook For Infanta and Children Â¬ Wo nro going to do up things quick and if you want any of them you must ho quick Dont lako time to ask questions or you will he to late Quick Sales Come at Once lot of blue and white ctnbroiderits worth 7c quick price ic 1 lot of blue prints wortli Gc to do up quick 4c pieces of dotted gross cloth worth 15c Our quick prico only 7Jc per yard 10 doz napkins white and fancy stripe worth 10 at 50c 40 pes heavy brown cotton regular prico 5c our price 4c 20 dot ladies fast black hoso worth 10c our quck prico 5c Picture frames worth uuy where 1 our price 50 Ladies if you waut any lemnanta of car Â¬ pets we will close them out at half cost price 10 pes hoavy straw mailing Bold at 15c 1 prico now 10c 3 bars best buttermilk soap 10c White kid belts extra quality ttoc Leather belts black and tan 10c quality at 25c 50 pair ladies white kid gloves worth 125 at DSc 25 pair ladies shirt Waist sets worth 50 at 24c I lot gents cull buttons worth 25c atlOo See our new line of lares lloor oil cloth extra heavy quick price 25c I lot of ladies button shos custom mado nice Hue quality size 2 i 4 only Tlieso goods are worth 2 and 2 to close out quirk at 125 Just received 1 lot of fall capes all wool 00 quick prkea dark colors worth 1 25 Nice dress glnghauiB worth 15c quick prices 7o Great reductions in our Clothing Depart- inohtr CASTOR A N lot of light colored all wool suits former price was 1000 Our quick price will be only 5 00 Come quick if you want one All our hats mens shoes have been greatly reduced In pilce Come quick it you want these bargains 1 PODS WDliOD AMD lifiuart tlmil have an itaotuta remedy for Consumption Dy Hs tlmly usa cases have been already thousands of hopeless permanently cured So proof positive am I of Us power that I consider it my duty ts MIUs frt to those of your readers iind who have CcflsumptIonThroat Bronchial or Lung Trouble if they wW write me their express and postoffice addr eta Sincerely T A StectX K C IU rwrl tw T i 1 To the Editor ITS rHM W7 FOR SALE CHEAP The Great Bargain Store Km wiry Geo Yeakel Co n HiiANDENnuna lh W K JIAUNUS Ky t0 Tb IIoum ind let la HanliitlHirz tuiowo a SI ton property ply to For W K HAKNKS UunHnibui Ky or J A CONK RtitiUiH Ky i j T ITTANTtfn-AgenUtoi it MrorwU fa pnkntrt - V WM Vi---w A rK KINCIIELOU r BARNES KINCHELOE W Ddiferuc county itul or frale lour AddrtH wka ttmnp tyo 4KScot Lb CASEY Srt CotlnjKM ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAROHSBURO1Cr CoHctluui 10 Ky In SttttttUl ud IMtw Vuiiwnt t w ANTKD To wit a hjcood hand Barouih goad rpaU WiH ull l m bargain nnnntn t rtrMint of nanuwini Inuata 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest THE BRRGKKNRIDGE NEWS GLOYERPORT K US Govt Report STORIES OF THE DAY I Mrs Lvl Duun of Sndieville wan awakuned about eleven oclock lust WEDNESDAY AUGUST ID 1890 Thursday night by the crying of her baby Sho at once noticed her husband to ho ccvered with blood sho spoke hut ALL SORTS NEWSY NOTES no reply and found that ho was dead Tho nflrflr is shrouded in mystery Ex Governor J Proctor Kuot riilea n Dr Hells Peppermint Chill Tonic wheel tastes good is good and does good Au Uryans speech at Sow Yirk contain effectual positive and permanent euro ed 12000 words for chills fever and ague Contaius no Over 15000 cyclist ndorned tho city of poison An nntl malariul and an up- Â¬ building tonic a blood purifier An ap- Â¬ Louisville last week Wolfe county has been damaged con Â¬ petizer aiding digestion It makes the complexion good Largo bottles f0o siderable by floods wiped out by fire tho Guaranteed by all dealers Jordan Ky Isaac H Greenewho is in his nlnty work of incendiaries slxth year and resides in Louisville and Three more cases of small pox have the oldest lawyer of that city has just developed in laducah had a sensational suit tiled against him Cannclton Cycle Club aro making pre- by his son Georgo Greene and asks that parations to build a cinder track he be appointed conservator of his fath Â¬ ers estate The old gentlemen says that The Itapublicaus havo a fund of he is not bis son but was only an office 000000 to buy the statu of Indiana Watson Iittlo k Co Chicagos largest boy A womans guess is more accurate coal llrni have made an assignment than n mans ceitalnty Your wife Dr Curran C Smith for fifty years a guesses that your sick headaches come prominent physician of Richmond Ky from your stomach and are the results is dead of a slight attack of biliousness She is Horses dropped dead in Chicago last probably right and you can completely Tuesday faster than they could bo re- cure them at a costof only 25 cents by moved asking yours druggist for Itamons Tonic A strong flow of gas at a depth of Liver Pills One little pill and a few of seventy five feet has been struck at the Tonic Pellets will make you feel Dauville a now creature Two medicines two Henderson county has two women benefits two valus but one price candidates for county school Superin- Sample doss free tendents Thrown Away as of no Value IloptiiiBville has organized a Bryan Ntw York Tribune and Sew all club with an enrollment of The hustle has not commonly been G02 numbers used as a bank of deposit though the Over 1000 deaths have occurred from recently deceased Mies Delia McGIenn sunstrokes in the Cnited States during of Block Island employed hers for that the past week purpose and it was only by accident Wonder How many gold standard that the balance to her credit width tho men attended the convention nt llar recptaclo contained amounting to 25 dinsburg Saturday 030was dscovoto 1 Foliowingthe death Howling Green Franklin Itussellville of its possessor it had been thrown away and Nashville are to have telephone as an object which had exhausted i s ornamental capabilities and survived connections shortly all its possible usefulness It was cast A young lady of Nicliolasville has left home to avoid a marriage her parents out on a dust heap awaiting tho atten tion of tho parsing Blosk Island goat haJ arranged for her and it was only by the curiosity of a fe Â¬ At McIIenry a thief entered tho male servant anxious to seo what tho Presbyterian church and carried cfltho article contained that its hoard was re bible It was found vealed The incident will invito search- W Jennings Uryans speech nt New ing attention to thu cast on York accepting tho nomination thould of elderly Block Island women bo read by every voter but it is doubtful if any containing Eiich Col S A Winstead Hendereon a pro Â¬ a largo deposit will be again discovered minent citiznof that city was severely T make tho complexion good and the injured in a runaway last week breath sweet use Dr Bells Peppermint Hon Cy Urown Iepresentalivu from Chill Tonic It purifies the blood rids Christian county in tho Legislature and you of malaria and is an upbuilding tonic a prominent Republican is dead aiding digestion Pleasant taste and 50c Guaranteed by Wm Uurk cut and fatally wounded pleasant effect his son John near Jlnys Lick Ho all dealers was under tho influence of liquor Cherry brothers of Bowling iroeu Orfcar Cochran age twenty and Miss Kentucky have added two more teach Mamie Freedom ago fourteenwere mar ers to their already uble faculty ried at Middltshurglabt Wtduesiay Prof J CWillis who 1b widely known Ex Governor John Young Hroviihas throughout the South nsn lending edu Â¬ announced himtelf as a candidiito for cator nud institute instructor will be Congress in tho Louiswllu district como a permanent member of the facul Senator Kirk who was sent up from ty of thu Southern Normal School and Floyd county to tho state prison for a Bowling Green Business College Bow Â¬ term of twi nly oue yrarp has rervul IiIh ling Green Kentucky They have also employed Miss Bissie Swartz of Park time out Itev E Summers of Lnwrencelurp Place Pennsylvania who attended the has broken the record for immersions Boston and New York Schools of Ex- Â¬ Ho baptized forty two iii exactly eight pression for six years and is u giaduate Sho will of each of tleso Institutions minute take charge of tho Elocution and physi Granulated lids films weakness of viscal Training departments of Cherry ion or any kind of sore eyes are quickly schools cured by the use of Sutherlands Eaglo Brothers Thu management of these excellent Eye Salve Institutions whiih aru doing u great Miss Cynthia Miller of Casoy county work in tho South s to bo compli- Â¬ is reputed as the oldtfct person in that mented upon becuriug tho service of county Sheis lOjyeais old and never these able educators has been married Prof Willis has many friends throughSamuel Montgomery who some time out Kentucky where ho is widely ago started from Veisaillea to walk to known and they will be glad to know San Francisco on a wager has return that he will be connected with the Bow od tho trip being too much llig Green school next year Desuin Dugan a prominent farmer A GOOD SCHOOL who resides near Corinth Ky re tumid Gordon School for Boys at Peweo Val- Â¬ nt forenoon from the field and found his ley Ky is one of the very best Institu- Â¬ young wife lying at tho door dead tions of learning in this couutry The I u Logan county over ono huf of tho principle Prof A N Gordon is an edtobacco is destroyed by the worms Great ucator of great ability and a man of fine many of tho farmers have abandoned character and lulluenco who possesses their crops entirely Hands are at a the power of interesting the boys in their premium studies If you have a son write to Tho ministers of tho various churches Prof Gordon about him havo been petitioned by tho merchants of Iaducah to preach a special sermon to all of their members relative to pay ing their debts At thin season of tho year tho blascng Bunsliino is very trying on tho optic Slnco childhood 1 luivo been nerves and otten causes granulated lids nftlictcd with scrofulous bolls and or sore eyes Sutherlands Eaglu Fyu sores which caused mo terriblo Salvo is a positive cure 23c a tube nt HitfTerlnir Ihisiciiiiis were iinahlo all dealors to lulp inn and I only grew worso under their care Mansfield O is all stirred up over the At length 1 began sinking of tho earth in certain locnliths to tuko In Texas ccunty the sudden ragging of tho earth swallowed up u horse hitchtd Awr nsr W ty HTUn to a plow and it was with diflkulty that Sarsaparllla the driver saved himself a n il very soon grew bet Tho hairwhen not promptly cared for ter After iislnjr lesrs its lustre becomes crisp harshand hair a doen botllos drynnd falls out freely with nvery comb- Â¬ I wai completely ing To prevent this the best dressing cured so that I havo not had a boil In tho market is Ayeru Hair Vigor or plinplo on any part of my body It I ui parte that silky glors so essential to for thu last twelvo years I can perfect beauty cordially recommend Ayers Sarsa Hammond tho American member of parilla as tiio very best blood purlfler In oxistciico T llnNitAitT tho Transnaal Itefoimeragold field con pany of London receives the largett Mycrsvllle Texas salary of any man in tho world Ills salary is f 50000 a year together wlthn share of the profits which amounted o 1500000 hut year Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge News lYk Powder Absolutely pure General Jnlin O Smllli Ttilln Cnlunol Wnlroim Hiiinu ifinnt Ntnrle There wcro few ot tho older residents of Gulcnnwho know General Grant bet Â¬ ter than Genet al John 6 Smith tho cxlieutunnnt governor now of Chicago Ho know him boforo tho War frequently met him in tho nriiiy nud was often Wedding Norway AN HONORED GUEST TELLS Or ITS AMUSING FEATURES DISEASES OV THU SKIN The intense itching nnd unmrting inci Â¬ dent to eczema teller salt rlicuni nnd oilier dlncaj esoftho skin is instantly allayed by Kyo and Skin applying Cliamlierlahrs Ointment Jinny very bad comjs linvo been permanently rurcd by it It is equally efficient for itelilng piles nnd n favorite rem Â¬ edy for wiro nipples chanped hands chil- Â¬ blains frost bites nnd chnmlc sort eyes For sale by druggists nt 25 cents per box LOCAN FEMALE COLLEGE Iluihliiig large and well equipped Faculty of twelve teachers educated Four courses leading in the best schools of this country and Europe Music course endorsed by the New England Conservatory to degrees Patronage from nine stales last year Terms reasonable Uoston A G MURPIIEY Pros Itussellville Ky Address J M with him after tho trouble wni over while tho general lived in tho Illinois tow n Tho It was my good fortuuo to diuo witli a party of gentlemen In which General Smith was an interesting flguro n fow years ago Knowing the relations that had existed between tho old commander and General Smith I am afraid 1 schemed to turn tho talk out of tho cus tomary Masouio chnnucl for it was n party of thirty third degreo Maions wiio had nsscmbled in Chicago for tho purposo of attending tho funeral of tho lato Dr Hurlbut Â¬ For nearly an hour General Smith entertained tho company delightfully with talks about Grant Tho first story had u bearing on tho ehargo so often mndo that General Grant was given to n rather too freo uso of intoxicants at Gcnoral certain periods of ills life Smith was oil Ids wny up tho Mississip Â¬ pi as tho guest of Captain Webb of tho steamer After they had passed La Crosso ho heard a gentleman talking loudly about liis personal ncquaintnnco with General Grant Ho had known him before tho war and sinco then bud had various interesting bouts with him 7 hey bad drunk hour ufter hour to-Â¬ gether General Smith becamo indig nant and niked tho man where ho had had such experiences witli General Grant Oh I used to driuk a great deal with him at Ids homo in Galena I met him during tho war and drank with him then and I lmvo had various nico times with liim over our bowls sinco then What year did you drink witli Gen Â¬ eral Grant in Galena Oh ulongfrom 1854 to 1850 All just as I supposed said Grants champion Captain Grant didnt comu to Galena until 18fiOMid I tell you that you didnt drink witli him tlicro or in tho army j nor huvo you had bouts with him sinco tho war Tho fellow hung his head and could say nothing Â¬ ing continued General Smith wcro cruel in tho extreme When tho charge were wado during tho war that tho gen- Â¬ eral was drinking to excess New York and other papers sent reporters to Ga Â¬ lena to investigate and tho people thero as boon as they discovered a reporter first turned him over to a saloon keeper whoso place was near tho storoof Grant Perkins They would ask him if ho yen knew Grant Was ho ever in your saloon Oh yes a great uiuiiy timiR Used to drink pretty hard didnt he beforo tho war So sir ho didnt drink a drop Thero is not a pa loon keeper in Galena who over saw him take a drink Customers who bought goods of Grant Perkins would invito tho captain into tho saloon Ho nlways took a cigar ho never drank Ask any one in town and ho will tell you Captain Grant was not a drinker Â¬ Thoso Btories about Grants drink Â¬ After Grants second election and tho question cf civil scrvlm reform was being brought to tho front a number in Galena thought they would uso that Fcntimout to keep their postmaster in tho service Thero was another candi- Â¬ diito Mr Houghton a Jluo man a printer editor who could go to tho caso nnd set up mi editorial without having Nearly everybody first written it thought woll of him Ho needed tho ofllro but tho other man had tho pull with Congressman Burchard I had business in Now York That attended to I ran over to Washington getting thero tho morning nfter tho congres sional delegation had decided to unite in requesting tho reappointment of Congressman Burchurds friend Tho latter said Smith I nm glad you nro iu Washington You nro well acquainted witli General Grant Wo nro going to tho Whito Houfo today to nsk hiin to reappoint tho Galena postmaster Go witli us I consented Tho presidout recoived us cordially Burchard mado a strong pica Several other members seo ouded his efforts I mndo what 1 thought was a convincing talk Tho president quietly listened to everything Havo you said all you wish to say gentlemen asked tho general Yes Mr President wo havo pre sented our caso us strongly as wo know how to do answered Burchard Geutlcnion tho piesidont is sup Â¬ posed to select tho postmasters hut it is u miftako Senators nud members mako tho selection nud tho president appoints But it has occurred to mo that I am not grasping or immodest iu assuming tho right to chooso tho postmaster of my own town Gentlemen I shall appoint Mr Houghton And tho noxt day Mr Houghton was appointed postmaster of Galena Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SPECIFIC Fop Scrofula j o Tho president had decided somo timo before to appoint Mr Houghton but ho wanted to mako tiio appointment witli us httlo embarrassineut us possible to Congressman Buitdiurd Ho wanted Burchard to mako a record for having oxcrted himself to his fullest extent to securo tho appointment That would sot liiin right with tho postmaster and Grant didnt euro what tho pcoplo said about him for appointing Houghton Ho had satisfied himself that tho right thing to do was to appoint that old printer editor and wo nil agreed before tho term expired that tho president had done the right thing I guess no president ever got along with tho ofilco scokcrs with less heartburnings loss of sleep and niiuoynuco than our silent old commander J A Wutrous iu Chicago Times Herald Some years ago when sufJoiing with an uncommonly severe attack of diarrhoea Mr W I Gulnnlp of AicoaJa re calved through the mail a sample jbot tlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 1 He says Diarrhoea Remedy found It to bo ono of tho best cflectlve remedies I eyer used It gave me al Â¬ most immediate relief It has no super- Â¬ ior and I think no equal No had effect follow the use pf this remedy It Is tho most perfect remedy ever produced for bowel complaints for sale nt 25 and 50 cents per holtlo by A It Fisher ilrugslst Â¬ Â¬ pen lino tiio minaro Tiicy wcro tno vil Then followed n mnrvol lage dancer Evorybody Is Tired Out It was ous exhibition of high kicking a vcritnblo triumph iu the tcrpsicho renn art for every fow steps thoy touch Drinking the Health of tho Nowly cd tho celling with their shoes nnd tho louder tho click of their shoes tho loud Wedded Pair er enmo tho npplnuso And so tho night hours slipped away unheeded Danco fol- Â¬ lowed dnnco nud song followed song uutil nt last they could keep nwako no A country wedding iu Norwny is nn longer nnd with n kiss to tho brido interesting sight to behold and besides nnd tbo bridegroom ono and all depart Â¬ being amusing I should think is quito ed Hartford Times uninno iu its way It is not so much Cap Tiio Value of tho actual church ceremony although Ono of tho most comforting things a that is s trail go enough in its simplicity fisherman or hunter can cany with him as tho after proceedings which find such Is a cup to drink from Somo men get charms for tiio stranger along with their bands or by leaning When I was traveling in tho neigh Â¬ over a stream or spring nnd drinking borhood of tho grent Justcdul glacier I direct from tho wntcr but there is no was invited to join iu foiiio wedding comfort nnd thero Is a possibility of festivities and tho privilego of being lizards in this Ono likes to stand erect tho honored guest is ono I shall not soon aud drink comfortably when on tho march It is moro satisfactory When forget I was rather behind my timo nnd ono forgets his cup ho makes ono from when I reached tho vitiligo tho good tho largo leaves of a trco or bush or from paper or uses tho top of his hat pcoplo wcro returning from tho church Tho first thing I caught sight of was a Now York Sun troop of gayly dressed men nud women I heard of Dr Bells Tlnc Tar flonoy collected in tho street nud marching along to tho tunes of nn antiquo fiddle being forsale at the store of Messrs Gann Burnett ft Co Qrantsburg 111 aud see- Â¬ Bonio wcro dancing somo wcro singing who had ing many recommendations from differ Â¬ nud tho older inhabitants reached tho ago when such frivolities ent personsof its wonderful valuable mer- Â¬ no longor charm wcro pulling nwny at it I thought I would try a bottle I havo their curious long wooden pipes tlioold been seriously affected for twenty five women enjoying tho fumes of smoke if years with a cough and pains in my side anything mcro than tho men and breast that were causing me a misTho younger girls wcro most gorgeous erable life I spent hundreds of dollars ly arrayed in fiiow white caps nnd mass ivo ornaments of gold Their dresses with doctors and for medicine but everywero gay with every color of tho rain Â¬ thing failed until I tried this wonderful bow All the musical necompaniiucut remedy It beats tho world nnd has was supplied by ono old fiddler but saved my life I recommend Dr Bells thoso simplq folk eiijcyed tho orratio Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak squeakiug ovory bit as much as if it had lungs t is a great success been tho finest orchestra iu tho world J B KOSKLI under tho charge of somo celebrated conGrantsburg 111 ductor Sold by all druggists Tho now nmdo wife covered witli blushes looked sweetly picturcsquo in Money Hade in a Minute her bright red skirt and snow whito I havo not made less than sixteen dolbodice and her jewelry tinkled liko fairy cymbals as sho walked or rather lars any day while selling Centrifugal gently swayed along Ice Cream Freezers Any one should Her most conspicuous ornament was make from five to eight dollars a day sell- Â¬ tho bridnl crown which it is tho ambi ing cream and from seven to ten dollars tion of every village girl to wear It is selling Freezers as it Is such a wonder tho property of tho wholo parish nnd is generally under tho charge of tho priest there Is always a crowd wanting cream You can freeze cream elegantly in one who hands it over just beforo tho ccro mony High abovo tho maidens head minute and that astonishes people so it stood looking most imposing us tho thoy all want to taste it nnd then many sun glisteucd on tho many jewels which of them buy freezers as tho cream is wcro set around if Every smooth and perftctiy frozen I joined tho merry throng tho men freezer is guaranteed to freeze cream perraising thoir caps and tho women cour tesying low when they caught sight of fectly in one minute Anyone can sell mo Then I followed tho party up 60ino ice cream and tho freezorsells itself My nnirow steps to tho first floor of a big sister makes from ten to fifteen dollars a Co 1143 St Charles thatched barn belonging to tho father day J F Casey of tho bride An old oak chair was St St Louis Mo will mail you full par- Â¬ dragged forward to receivo my portly ticulars free so you can go to work and person nnd I sat mo thero and wonder make lots of money anywhere as with ed gieatly what on earth was coming ono freezer you can make a hundred gal- Â¬ next Tho villagers ranged themselves round lons of cream a day or if you wish they tho long low room on ono side tho will hire you on a salary girls opposilo them tho young men tho matrons at tho top and tho elders at A MILLIONAIRES FALL tho bottom Then tho brido retired of John 1 Slorrlsir a llouanza Klne Iu couiso accompanied by her husband leuury and changed her ceremonious garments Eight years ago John D Morrisey a for lighter attire I thought hor wiso bonanza king mado tho old Planters when I paw what followed When tho pair returned and during Houso in St Louis howl with tho celo their nbseuco thero was silenco iu tho bratiou of his wedding journey He barn a liugo Lowl was offered to mo gavo each of tho scrvauts a 5 gold filled with tho national beverage I pleco and a bauqnet that they might looked at it aghast Was I to drink it join him in celebrating his luck in marall They intimated I was to wish them rying tho most populur social leader health I touched it with my lips Then that over gracod a Leadvillo school Tho other dny tho young brido en tho brido bout her pretty head and took a sip That ono tusto was enough for tered proceedings for divorco on tho grounds of cruelty aud nonsupport nud mo But thero was moro to como They signed that I was to go on tho fact camo out that Morrisscy had lost his en tiro fortune through indul drinking I shut my eyes nnd did so Botwecn every two drafts tho brido gence witli convivial friends Ho cleared up 1700000 from tho salo of the bowed her head and courtcsicd beforo Crown Point of Leadvillo which was mo At last it seemed I might lcavo off But no I had to go through it all developed by Morrisscy nud Diamond again with tho bridegroom until tho Reynolds After his trip to St Louis he bowl was empty And when that timo entered tho swim as a horseman by buy Â¬ ing a stnblo of bang tnils that wcro thu eamo I was heartily glad for tho drink was strong and a liking for it is most euvy of custom millionnlrcs Tho paco soon told and Morrisscy surely ono that could ouly bo acquired who had given up nil business for the by long acquaintance And lie f tho husband led his brido sakoof spending his fortuuo found that into tho middle of tho room and trip it was not eternal Now he Is without a homo or shelter and his wifo is try ped ono of thoso graceful pas deux peculing to get a placo in tho public schools iar to tho country At last hot and flushed thoy stopped Morrlssey ufter his marriuga learned to St Louis and stood beforo mo A tiny silver cup write his muiiu to checks was4iold out nud I was asked to driuk Globo Dcinccrur their health again this timo iu cognac Cares filck Horses by Faith I did so without daring to think of the morrow A horso owned by Mr Snow west of This was tho signal for tho dancing Kalamazoo Mich was afllictcd with to commence iu earnest Only four pco paralysis of tiiu hip and was cured by plo two men nud two women woro nl Mis Agues Chester Christian scientist lowed to diinco at ono timo but ns Boon Sho has also treated ono or two horses as thoy stopped oxhnustcd others slipped in Kalamazoo for epizootic Tholo sho iu and took their places nud tho old did not even touch Sho recently treated fidIcr scraped away until I thought his a horso iu Dnttlo Creek for splint Tho arm must break iiorso recovered litis liorro sho did not Presently thero was n lull Two worn sec Mis Chester bus ulso trentcd civdvcsscd in rjauzyfcwavydrosscs step- - plants trees aud flowers iu order that they might livo aud grow healthy It is claimed that tiio healing power of Christian sciunco is not limited nlouo to human life Chicago Times Herald r Great RESTORER floatoroa perfect Mr Na harael Mortor sir t well kno wn ueaun vor aim citizen of Ishpetning Mich and editor manhood and re motes alt otiatn Superior Poston who for a long timo cles to marrliRo suffered from tho most excruciating pains nosioros mo of rheumatism was nervous entile cured eight years system and stop all ago by taking Ayera Sarsaparllla hav Â¬ vital losses Re moves effects of tho ing never felt a twinge of it since Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Spirit ofRovclry and the Fostivitios Last Until Try Dr Tallys Condition 1ovTilors they J 0 B0URNB what horse needs when Runs High are JuitTonic nblood purifier nnd in bad condi- Â¬ vermifuge tion nAHPER DANIEL BHOOKa BOITENE HARPER BROOKS CO i Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl E KY tl 3 ticst ninrkct nud ours Is tho hest hotun to Milp to Wo mnko llbcrnl nd IScslilcs wo linvo belter fiullltlct limn other linusea In ImvliiR vnnreK on cnnilKiimcntii innny law fuctorlcs tci supply Wo net you tiio top prtco nnd pny spot null not In iruilo No truvL lliiK agents Ship nil jour wool nuil larm produce uln ft to Till l WOOL WOOL KY 110 Third Gtreot or 313 to 310 Murroll Court HERNDON CARTER CO LOTJTBVIIIE V jT e f 20 RATEJh 2 PW DAY Th most cenlr llu located oelntlucltu UlW-xnJ jmr - JOHNSON At4Kt n IIWI uT SJJi JOUISYILLE KY SCOTTS CARUO DIGESTIVE - The Air We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitre- gen in the proportion of one to five POMPnllMn wlllli vl U 1 li 1 The treat nerve remedy for IKDIGES TION Malnutrition NERVOUS EX H AUCTION PALPITATION OF THE HEAKT Losa of Appetite Flatulency Constipation Billiousness and kindred One teanpoonful of this elixir affections nill digest -- UUU grains albumen Are Does your food sour after eatiuv Do you easily confused and excited you get up in the morning tired and un ref resiled and with a bad tastn in the mouth Is there a dull cloudy sensation at tended by a disagreeable lieuDglu tbe bead and ey sf Am you irritable aud restless Does rour heart thumn and cause vnu to gasp for breath after etiubing a flht ot stalls Does it distress you to lie on your left side Havo you impaired memory dimness of vision depression ot mind aud gloomy foreboding- Â¬ DrsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitrogen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liberates it it is raken into the lungs by inhalation absorbed by the blood which it purifies and so goes directly to the scat of all diseases Send for our 200 page Treatise Sent free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ These symptoms are sometimes accompanied hy frightful dreams and are always distressing to a degree caused by no other class of ailments and means that ou are eiitlering from Dyspepsia 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa and Nervous Exhaustiuu There is no other remedy extant that San Fmciscu Cal Toronto Can has done so much for this class of trou- Drs Starkey Palcn Â¬ bles as Scotts Carbo Digestivc Compound It correcU all these conditions causis the stomach to perforin ita naturul fu c tlons and will be found superior to Cod Liver Oil as a fattening agent It puri Â¬ nes and enriches the blood by causing the food to assimilate properly If your cose has icslsted thu usual methods of treatment we are particularly anxious to have you give ttiis Compound h trial Wo guarantee relief in every case and will cheerfully refund your inonoy should our remedy tail to produce the most gratifying results Ileasu rrmember that the appellation Patent Medicine does not apply to Scotts Carbo Dge3tlve Compound It is a prescription put up by a leading physician who has made stomach aud nervous troubles a specialty for years We court investigation and earnestly urge all physicians to write us for the formula of SCOTTS CAKHO DIGES T1V COMPOUND which we will muil nn application that they may satisfy themselves of its harmless character and excellent virtues Carbo Digestive Compound Is the moat remarkable remedy that bcience has produced It has succeeded where all other mediiiues have failed Sold by druggists everywhere 100 por bottlo or sent direct on receipt of OLD RELIABLE UCHES 11 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