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V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW CLOVERPOftT thoso wno tott nn7 aganist tnc exactions of thoso who mcroly take then as Pat Â¬ rick Henry nil arch demagogue said to thoso who accused him of treason Now York Miiko tho most of VOL XXI Called Demagogue WHO KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1896 NO 6 D V Not onu complaint has eer bicn made by thoso iiBlng AyorV Rrsftparllls according to directions Furthermore we havo yet to learn of a case In which it has failed to afford benellt So say But Ho Who Champions tho Causo hundreds of druggists nil over the coun try Has cured others will cum yon SPEAKS FOR EQUAL RIGHTS Journal it qHv jm fAil jejfLJ Beware Of W CAIN LUMBER COMPANY W D GAIN Manager THUS NAMED the Knife LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOOES BLINDS BRICK Â¬ of Plutocracy Is a Statesman Obloquy Always Hoaped DISCUSSION OF THE QUESTION 1 MONEY On Those Who Value Humanity Questions Hfghor Than Wealth 1 and Answers Shedding Much Light on the Subject Cincinnati Knquirer T Tlioycall thnt man n statesman whoo car is tuned to catch thu slightest pul sations of n pocltotbook and denounce us n domnpoguo nny ono who dares to lis Â¬ ten to tho heartbeat of humanity William J Bryan in Houso of Repre Â¬ sentatives Eternal truth gives to this epigram truth that shines its tolling force brightly from tho records of men at nil times since tho people wero given n fiharc in government truth which may to discovered today in tho columns of rabid newspapers that donounco as nn nrchists and demagogues tho men now enlisted witii Democracy in tho battlo ngainst plutocracy Always in tho his toiy of tho world tho men who havo at Â¬ tacked tho possessors of special privi leges tho lenders who havo ranked hu Â¬ manity higher than wealth havo met tho chargo of demagogy Cromwoll nud his followers vera demagogues in tho estimation of tho lords and gentlemen of England aud tho cavalier of that tiino lidiculed tho closely cropped head of tho Puritan much as tho brilliant journalist of today entertains himself if n6t his readers with shafts of wit aimed at tho flowing hair and whiskers of what ho is pleased to describe as tho typical frco silvcrite Hirsuto fashions change but the stylo of argument cm ployed to defend an iudcfensiblo causo is the samo in all ages Jefferson met bravely tho reproach of demagogy when as n member of tho Virginia houso of burgesses he checked as ho believed for all timo tho development of an American aristocracy by prohibiting laws in recognition of entail and pri mogenijure Tho world has never har Â¬ bored more conspicuous demagogues than William Lloyd Garrison and Wen- Â¬ dell Phillips nor in tho crisis of today aro tho probperous Tory merchants of Boston moro harmoniously united in antagonism to tho men who aro fighting for tho freedom of all labor than wero they in 1808 to thoso who preached from dingy printing cftlccs and on street corners tho revolutionary doctriuo that black men should not bo enslaved How many of our politicians havo enjoyed sudden apotheosis and becomo statesmen by virtue of their quick at Â¬ tention to tho pulsations of n pocket book Is it worth whilo to enumerate them Havo tho masses of tho pcoplo of Now York yet forgotten how suddenly tho wealthy classes who had for years vituperated and denounced David B Hill becamo his fervent adulators and hailed him as tho greatest exponent of true Democracy when ho roso in tho United States senate as tho chief oppo nent of the incomo tax Tho present high esteem of Thomas C Piatt is typical It Ho is a spoils covers tho wholo case politician tho builder nud tho operator of a corrupt political machine By his control of country legislators ho mis governs Now York city at his pleasure Ho invades tho rights and liberties of tho citizens enriches his own son by n shrewdly devised scheme of legislation and for years has stood oa tho typo of all thnt tho citizen who believes in hon Â¬ est politics and good government holds abhorrent Suddenly Piatt is put upon a pedestal Ho is no longer described as tho boss but as a statesman By a few days work in behalf of tho gold istandnrd at tho St Louis convention ho has blinded tho oyes of all tho possessors of special privileges to his record aud to his political character His sins are forgotten He has dono peuanoo to tho pockotbook and is absolved Tho men who aro enlisted this year on tho sido of tho great uncounted mil lions striving for justico aud for wider measure of freedom may well bear with inditlorcuco tho reproaches of their ad versaries They stand ill good company for tho most shining names of history became immortal iu tho face of just such obloquy as they havo now to bear The Btutesmon respousivo to tho pulsations of tho pockotbook havo raised for us nn issuo greater and moro stimulating tbnn any roform of the currency system They havowolded together in solid pha Â¬ lanx tho forces of capitalism and tho agents of monopoly They huvo raised tho question whether men or money shall govern this nation They havo of fered to tho pcoplo of a self governing nation a nation fouuded upon tho prin Â¬ ciple that every man shall bo protected in his right to voto as ho will fbe spec- taolo of employers striving tq ooatrol the otis of their employees of credit Â¬ ors boekiug tocoorco their debtors in tho oxeroiso of tho rights of citizonship Tho vulgar and overbearing Hanna is no exaggerated symbol of tho issuo which today divides tho people Pre Â¬ cisely as ho has denied to his workman tho right to combluo for mutual protec Â¬ tion against his oxaotious so the party of which ho is tho ruler a party which has ceased to be Republican nnd lias strives to moko becomo plutocrotio mpnoy usurp tho powors of men and deny to tho pcoplo tho right to protect themselves by their votes As ho mado n presidential candidate with money go seeks hu now Q muke Jlnl president by tho samo ignoble means As to his aid lias couio every monopolist every trust paaguafco ovory tax cuter mid every par twite upon our ccnomio systejn so must the peephi who toil and are Joan thai ItHua mid his kind must bo far rally jp opposition If to battlo tor tho coif rerpect of tlta iwllvMtwl for jxtfHteal iiukpVudopre f h whkr km4 jw4er diffusion of the mod tbjB f MrUi tor tk rights of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What in your opinion nil bo tho process by which we are to resume prosperity in the event of the unlimited coinage of silver 2 If as I understand it mining of silver will Immediately commence on an increased scale how long before the East will enjoy prosperity that the West have in such instance 3 Is there any liklihood of silver money becoming too abundant if all of tho silver mines resume to their full ex Â¬ tent for in 1873 the product was 27000 000 ounces and in 18 it was 03 000000 ounces a period undor demonetization and therefore under adversed circum- Â¬ stances 4 Can freo and unlimited coinage go on indefinitely or what shall wo do in about eight or ten years hence if our Is currency has Increased to billions A Siivkk Dkmocuat there no limit 1 Tho curso thnt is now nfllicting productive industry is falling prices A general fall in prices means that your money is appreciating in valuo through its volume being insufficient The m in ufacturer at present finds that his pro- Â¬ ducts are getting lower and lower each year while his debts taxes nnd other fixed charges continue to call for the same number of dollars Const qnently he is between tho devil and the deep sea What he owes remains constant What he has to pay with is growinir smaller Bankruptcy is tho inevitable outcome With tho free and unlimited coinage of gold and sliver the latter will resume its tlme lionored placo alongside gold as primary money and a regulator of values The first effect will be to add to thu volume of money aud prices ill become steady The next effect will be to advance prices The maufactuier will then find a rising market instead of n falling market awaiting his wares He will sell at a profit instead of a loss This will induce him to employ men increase his production and extend his operations generally His debts will not bother him because the gulf between his goods and tho bankers dollar will have been bridged by the advance in the price of his wares The same process will take place with tho farmer When the farmer is prosperous the wholo coun- Â¬ try is prosperous The farmers will then havesMiie money with which to buy commodities and the interchange be- Â¬ tween country aud city will resume its normal course This will necessitate the carriage of freight by railroads anil they will make money instead of going into the hands of receivers as they are do ing now 2 How long this process will n quire It no one can definitely state of course is something like asking how soon a sick man will got well after he has taken tho proper medicine 3 The contingency you speak of is very remote Wo found our opinion on the statistics showing the combined pro- Â¬ duction of gold and silver for hundreds of years This on tho whole has ben inadequate to meet the demand of mon Â¬ ey You must consider that silver and A great gold mining is very uncertain production is apt to be followed by a Then again you small production must recollect the world Is increasing in population and business very rapidly and both these circumstances call for large additions yearly to the money volume Another important fact is that the larger the money volume the less influence does any addition have upon the whole A bucketful of water added to Cincinnati Reservoir has practlca ly no effect upon its level unlimited aa 4 You use the word The coinage though It meant infinite of silver is limited by the production of silvor The production of silver is limit- Â¬ ed by nature It takes labor and time nnd capital to mine it When you real ize that all the gold money now in ex istance in the world accumulated through tho ages amounts to only about 4000 000000 and that tho silver money accu- Â¬ mulated during the same time about jqual tho gild money in amount you preceive that the production of both gold nnd silver during the next eight or ten years need not keep yon awake at nights wondering what you are then go ing to do with all your money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHICH IS THE ANARCHIST Rocky Mountain News FOR SILVER COINAGE No PERSIMMON FLAT Preceding Sunday Number of Visitors -- Mist Mattle Matllngly has Typhoid Fever Â¬ LARGE STOCK OF Mr Lincoln Nelson of Mnrshficld Mo For six years I have been a writes sufferer from n scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and nil efforts of physiciain in Washington D C Springfield 111 and St Louis failed to After six reduce the enlargement months constant treatment here my physician urged me to submit to a re moval of the gland At this critical mo ment a friend recommended SSS aud laying aside a deep rooted preju- Â¬ dice against all patent medicines 1 be Â¬ gan Its use Before I had used one bot- Â¬ tle the enlargement began to disappear and now it is entirely gone though lam not through with my sccoud bottie yet Had I only used your SSS long ago I would have escaped years of misery And a general lino of Building Material and saved over iso This experience is like that of all who suffer with decp scatcd blood troubles The doctors can do no good and even their resorts to the knife prove either fruitless or fatal SSS is the only real blood remedy it gets nt the root of the disease and forces it out perma nently W D CAIN LUMBER Â¬ Â¬ iron and Steel Roofing- - Estimates Furnished Prices Reasonable Correspondence Solicited CO Â¬ SSS guaranteed purely vegetable A Real Blood Remedy HAWESVILLE IRVINGTON KY SENSATION IN KENTUCKY VIEWS PRESIDENT E BEN JAMIN ANDBEWS OF Â¬ The Eminent Economist and Presi dent of Brown University Says That Free Silver Would Revive Business Clearly Shows Why and He Rev Henry W Piukhani pastor of tho First Baptist church in Denver nnd n friend of President Androws of Brown university recently wrote to Mr An drows asking these questions 1 Do you favor tho firo coiungo of silver nt tho ratio of 10 to 1 by tho United States without waiting for aid from other nations 2 Could tho United States having adopted such frco coinage maintain tho pxncticnl parity of tho gold nnd tho sil ver dollar 3 Would not freo coiuago Ly the United States alono lend to a complcto displacement of our gold Why not 4 Would not tho effect of tho recent increased production of gold as com Â¬ pared to silver be rountcrbnlnnccd in tho event of freo coinage- by tho stimu Â¬ lus thus given to silver mining and by tho influx of foreign silver C Would not tho udvnntnges of frco coiuago bo moro than negutived by tho injury to our credit thus causing a with Â¬ drawal of foreign capital In reply President Androws has written My Deah Pikkiiam I was delight Â¬ ed to receivo your letter of tho 0th nnd will endeavor to answer your questions in their cider ns well ns I cnn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ida I I do not think sa People would not hoard or export gold in face of n movement certain to chenpen gold It seems to mo rather likoly thnt tho re Â¬ habilitation of silver by us would bo the occasion of setting frco vast amounts of gold now hoarded for military and othor purposes 4 This is partly answered under tho last Further thcro would bo no influx of foreign silver Undoubtedly frco coiuago by us would increase tho total amount of silver produced but the now silver could not bo mined at so low n marginal cost as at present provails Tho marginal cost would bo on tho con Â¬ trary increased with tho output so that all toudouoy from this sourco to lower tho gold prico of silver would bo negatived Tho very proliflo silver mines now aro very few After n pos Â¬ 5 Quito the rcvorse sible first shock our credit would im Â¬ prove after freo coiungo It is our pres Â¬ ent courso which must speedily lower our credit How long could n man or a firm contiuuo to havo credit who bor Â¬ rowed each year to pay n largo portion of his running expenses Yet on n gold basis this course is inevitable and that is at tliis moment the reason why for Â¬ eign lenders tiro shy of our securities Thcro must bo a chango if wo would With freo coinage avoid bankruptcy ovory iudustry would look up aud even if wo lost our hold our prosperity would invito in Kuglish capital just ns Ja- Â¬ pans prosperity now causes it to rush thein Never siuco slavery days has the press in tho parts of tho country familiar to mo displayed such disregard for truth and such stubborn obtuscness to the most obUous considerations ns it docs at present on tho silver question This means that the money power sentcd in Loudon but with representatives in New York Philadolphin and Chicago Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonlo 1b determined to contiuuo tho apprecia A sure appe- Â¬ tion of gold nnd is dotormlncd therefore cures chills permanently t ho kuowu The tizer A perfect blood purifier A com Â¬ that tho facts shall plete etrengthener Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ baukcis nnd the piess arc almost entire Â¬ mint Chill Tonic will give color to the ly under its iuflweucc I think the mon Â¬ ace and change that sallow complexion ey question at the present timo the to a healthful rosy hue Jt cerrectadis greatest question of civilisation Yours orders o the stomeh and aids iMajeatfon Overcomes nervouVdepreesion and low with kindest regards Uknj Andkkwo spirit It will Htor exhausted and4 nursing mothers to fall strength and en- ergy nud makes childra fat m plus At title seawn of the year the blaIng Guaranteed sunshine is very trying oa the optlq nerves and often causes granulated lids ROYAL Butting Powder or Bore ejea Sutherlands Eagle Eye lllghtt of alt la kawalftg Salve U a positive cure 25c a tube at Â¬ Â¬ 3 3 believe so Items are scarce Miss Mattie Mattingly Is very low with fever S T May of Hardinsburg was in our midst Sunday Kugeno Carter wss the guest of U Carter of Holt Sunday Mr Felix Elder of Cloverport is visit- Â¬ ing relatives in UiIb vicinity Rev Duggins failed to fill his regular appointment at lliti s Run Sunday Mr Elder wss the guest of Misa Katio Carroll of Kites Run Sunday Miss Lucy Johnson of Cloverport was visiting friends in this vicinity Sun- Â¬ day Miss Ella Popham of Cloverport is tho guest of MIfs Mabel Ileavin this week Miss May RoJgers of Loicl field Ky is visiting friends in tnls vicinity at present Miss Nelllo Furrow of Hites Run was the guest of Mr Ihs Johnson and family Suuday Mrs Elizabeth King went to Falcon KytoSeher daughter Mrs Carlton who Is very Bick Mr and Mrs John Furrow of Uitis Run wore the guest of Atr and Mrs James JolwBon Sunday Miss Celia OBrien of Rhodelia Ky is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity at this writing Miss Alice Seaton of Cloverport is visiting Miss Matlio Mattingly who Is at R S Cartels with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Jnrats Chapin went to tho Tar Springs last week and returned home Sunday very much pleased with their trip Sherman Weatherholt who has been at home for sometime returned to Illinois Tuesday where ho expects to make his future home The tobacco worm aud thu tobocco grower are having a hard tight this sea son and I bellevo tho worms are getting tho best of it for some havo given up to them f- Ie Â¬ elghtysi ven years old aud have used about all of the coiuh nnd lung rt medies that have been sold during my life nnd for the b ne fit of the suffering I will say that I have mverused nny remedy iqual to Dr Bulls Pine Tar Honey It gives quick and permanent relit f in grippe as well as other coughs Wt keep It in our housiall the time and would not be without it Mfs M A Metcalfe 1005 South Fourth Street Paducah Ky Bin I MATTINGLY School Open Sept lat 0 P Bates Returns Froa Hiweavllle Serylof s at Plsgah Church Saturday and Sunday Some illuefs in these parts now School is not to begin until the flrbt StHMgtto V S 8Ywt fefwt irjf arldaWw Monday in September Mr B8 Frank was iu our city Sun- Â¬ day taking in the sights etc etc etc Geo Gray of Hardinsburg was here Sunday the guest of W N Pate and fam ily Mr J D Tdiil and wife of lines Mill Ohio county are visiting C B Pate and family The meeting at Piazah will not begn for nn other month as the weather is so vory hot Ben II Bates and grand daughter Miss Docla Bates returned home from Davfess county Sunday Miss Allio UrlcVoy hai return homo from Clqver Creek where she has been visiting her grand mother Miss Alice Brickey em s to Henderson this week to spend some weeks visiting her aunt Mis James Maltinuly Rv G W Richards ailed hieappolnt meat at eld Plegah church Sunday preaching both Saturday and Sunday O B Bites who has been two weeks in Hancock county looking after his heek work la at ltome sb1h far a few titwil return ma Â¬ dies fail to touch SSS gets at the Haweille lluiuJuiltr root of the disease and forces it out permanently Valuable book 9 will Thomas E McGavock has rented the be sent free Doctor Sterett farm above tho city to nny address Scott Smith was placed iu jill Satur Â¬ by the Sw ift Specific Co At day on charge of assault and battery the lauta Ga ntlair took pneo five years ago Harvey Meyers will bo n candidate for Ben Harris Wilson says any body sheriffof Hancock county subject to the wanting to know all about the silver of tho Republican party qutBtlon just rail on him he has it in a action Mrs Sul lie Mason died at her homo In nut shell ready at any tiiro Saturday of consumption Geo Perkins who hns been farming this place She has been ill for some years on Dr Howards farm above Cloverport The man who thinks he can do busi- Â¬ on Clover creek lost his crop bv water ness without advertising is a near and has moved to this neighborhood to tho fellow that everybody Brickoy and Miss EfTie relative Mrs Wm knows Hambleton of Pipgah passed through Messrs Skillman Jarboo Talor aud our village Saturday evening en route to Clover Creek to spend theSibbath at Bowmer lauded proprietors living In adjoining countits were hero last week church visiting looking nfter tlu Ir iuteress Co havo found n Ave foot Adair I heard of Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey being forsale ut the store of Messrs Gann vein of coal tho finest finality between Burnett Co Grantsburg III aud see the hill an I the river and nre turning ing many recommendations from differ- Â¬ otr rooms and preparing for a h avy trade ent persoiisof its wonderful valuable merit- this fall -Mr James Clark a prominent citlz in thought I would try a bottle I havo been seriously affected for twenty five of Cannelton died Tuesday night of in Â¬ years with a cough and pains in my sido juries received from falling from his and breRBt that were causing me a mis- buggy a week ago He had many friends erable life I spent hundreds of dollars in this city with doctors and for medicine but everyRev L J Baker hns resigned his thing faded until I tried this wonderful charge of tho churches in this section remedy It beats the world and has and will return to Nebraska He has saved my life I recommend Dr Bells mado many friends iu this section and Piue Tir Honey to everybody with weak all will regret his action t is a great success lungs The casing for the now oil well will J B Rohkix arrive to day and bo placed to morrow HI Grantsbuig aud thosd who are hi a position to know Sold b all druggists say that in a few more days of borelng will strike n very greasy spot GLENDEANE The first case against non residents camo up before Judge Adair Tuesday Dr D mpster Worse Miss Lutle Moorman ItwasagaiiiBt Dr Newsom of Clover- Â¬ port it and other cases were continued Sick School Opens the 31st With until the fourth Monday in October Joel H Pile as Teacher Hawesville is the proud possessor of a street violinist ilia times do not vary Dr Dempster is worse again much from tho noise his strings used to Tommio Henuing is very sick make when they did theyeowling in tho AVhen a citzin wishes to punish I C Moorman and boh Ellott went cat a friend he hlrts him to play a half to Webster Saturday hour in front of his lions W O Moorman aud C V Ibbertson returned from Louisvillo Tuetday Dont let anyone persua lu you to take Miss Lutio Moorman rcturnid from anything else instead of Simmons Liver the Tar Springs Friday very sick Regulator Some merchants will try to Miss Judith Bibhup of Hardlnsbug do this but not for your good They do Miss Georgia Is visiting her coutin it to make n little moro proflt on some Robeitsou thing which is of an inferior quality Thomas J Lewis and W T 0en though you must pay just as much for Owensboro are visiting their uncle Jts tho bad as for the good Be sure to take bIu L Owen Simmons Liver Regulator and nothing Mrs Henry Moorman returned from elso Look for the Red 7 on every pack Â¬ Cloverport Saturday accompanied by age Kenneth Ferry SEED WHEAT Joel II Pile was in Glendeano Mon- Â¬ day and says ho will begin school at this place tho Ut of this month Kentucky Gommliaioner has Secured Mrs Sarah Moorman Mrs Ned Moor- Â¬ tho Very Best are man and daughters Owensboro visiting Mrs Tom Moorman Commissioner of Agriculture Mooro Mrs Sue Mercer and children Miss has returned to Frankfort from his seed Mouna Hunter and Owen Hunter will wheat hunting expedition aud has se- Â¬ go to the Sulpher Spring Ohio county cured the very best to bo had which he will distribute among the farmers of Wednesday Charlie Robertson Green river is Kentucky Tho Frankfort Captial sajs Mrs R T of It visiting his sister-in-laC mtnlssioner Lucas Moore of tho Dempster when he returns home his little daughter Carrie will go lth him Agricultural Bureau has just returned froa a trip through Indiana Ohio and Michigan where he went in search of MU0H TO ACC0 seed wheat for distribution among Ken- Â¬ tucky farmers TheCoinmUsloncr is a In Logan County Being Fliw d up practical man and Instead of going into on Account of Worms tho market and buying with bis eyes It is shut he went up into the wheat grow Â¬ The Ruesellville Herald eays estimated that at least one halt of the ing country and bought the wheat from total value of thu tobacco crop of 1 ogan farmers direct Mr Mooro got a flue qual Â¬ ity of red wheat out of crops that ave Â¬ county will be dlstroyed by worms Many farmers are plowing their to- Â¬ raged 9 bushels to the acre in Central bacco mder some are giving up half Indiana Iu addition to getting better their patch to the worms and fighting seed wheat the Commissioner raved for the ether halt and others whose about 160over and abovo his expenses crops are ready to cut are running a by purchasing direct from the farmers The new seed wheat will bo sent to race with the worms in that way In many patches nothii g uTluk standing Louisville and distributed by the Com Â¬ missioner from that point thereby saving but the atuina Charles Rty near Auburn had a hun Â¬ the freight to Frankfort and the return dred hands In J is patch this week aud freight on a large part of it back to Lou isville tie fight resulted in a draw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ is a blood remedv for real blood troubles it cures the most obstinate cases of Scrofula Kczema Cancer Rheumatism etc which other so called blood reme Â¬ AIR Light Shed on Letters May bo the Cause of Bloodshed Lexington Ky August 18 The fa Â¬ letter purporting to havo been written by Mrs J Fletcher JohiiBton of this city to Governor Bradley regarding the appointment of Mrs Judge Caudrill aud Mrs S A Charles as delegates to the Tennessee centennial is developing one of the biggest sensations ever known in Kentucky S A Charles husband of the lady who was referred to in tho letter to Governor Bradley as not having no more culture than a chambermaid is pushing tho matter to n crisis He took a photographic copy of the Gover- Â¬ nor Bradley letter and n letter written by Mrs Eugenia Duulap Potts to a news paper olllce of this city and showed them to tho managing editor Mrs Potts is is the society editor of this paper and Mr Charles expressed suprise to the ed- Â¬ itor that ho should employ Mrs Potts after the editor had said tho of the Bradley letter nnd the one known to have been written by Mrs Potts was the same Judge Georgo Danny tho recent Re publican nominee for congress who is of Mr9 Potts snys ho a brother-in-lawill not allow Mr Charles or nny other man to traduce any member of his family that there Is not n drop of cowardly blood in the Denny and Dunlap veins and ho proposes to defend the honor of his sister-in-lano matter what conse- Â¬ quences may bo Ho does not talk of filing suit and indications point to a per- Â¬ sonal encounter between Mr Charles an t Judge Denny Both men nre recognized as possessing the most daring courage and the friends of both apprehend n sanguinary encoun Â¬ ter Mr Charles is out of tho city which fact doubtless prevented n tragedy today He will return tonight Atlantic Con- Â¬ stitution mous Â¬ hand-writing Â¬ Â¬ Worth Its weight In gold Esgle Eye Salve NS Suttierlands Â¬ tury Iis the wonderof the 10th cen CO GREGORY Agents Wbarfmasters Steamboat CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Local AgcnU Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Hair Plow Plastering Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bondings and Building Material GRDVE5 CHILL TDNIC JUST AS COOD FOR AULT3 TASTELESS j Miiu WHH i M dji tin Granulated lids fllaw weaVof visÂ¬ Uwtlemeni VT H U kaM M VtMto ion or any kind of sor eyes are quickly aitQ VKH TASVMIJW CfWU TBWO ul cured by the iu tjtathelands Ipigja LttaoMBituaiiMwaiififtvaaiuii uuvuu EyeSaJxa Xfflfe yy THE BRROKENRIDQK NEWS OIaOYEXRFORT KY Breckenridge Tno D News and 1 H fc W TIME TAKE SOIXO k V 0 BMig Eilton PrcptUtn INT Psusngsr Dally rr UrardlaibarglliM pm sotxn WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1890 Bisiorlftlon Prloa 1100 7m la AdTuei HPild at th End of th Tsar S1S5 FtiHipr Dally arr UanttniWt- - hit TiSO am HARDINSBURG Hiss Mary Allen Bone to Texas Mule Colt Show The Principals of the B N College Encouraged SIX PAGES 1 IV I I eel If W II i X 1 1 17 RWTl Tiih Stato ot California hna callod for Leo Meyer is buying a good dial of throe hundred thousand copies of Bryans stock Now York speech Mrs Eva Hensley Is visiting at Brand enburg The annual convention of tho State Miss Mary Board will visit Owensboro Sunday School union is In session this tliis week woek at Owensboro Money gets itsduohere JamesKlnch eloe the jeweler The Democrats believe Missouri will Joseph TiefT is preparing to remodel give Bryan 00000 majority Indiana his old store house and Illinois are also set down as certain James Hainbleton Cloverport was here last Wednesday John S Rhea has been nominated for P M and O L Beard are on a trade congress in tho third district Ho and for the CDol Bprlng property Congressman Hunter will now have Clerk It S Sklllman and wife spent a another tilt few days in Cloverport last week For repairs on watches clocks spec- Â¬ W J Bhyan will speak In Louisville tacles jewelry etc go to T O Ltwip early in September The date has not For repairs on watcher clocks specbeen Axed but it is supposed that it will tacles jewelry etc go to T C Lewis Xe somewhere between the 1st and 10th Mrs Mitch Meyer of Custer was here last vteek visiting Mrs Hobeit McGutlin There promises to bo lively times Miss Maggie Smiths private school over at Elizabethtown next Thursday 3avo Murray nnd Dave Smith have will open the llrst Monday in September Miss Bessie Schull of Ohio county is Uhirty ono votes each with Sweeney sight on their heels with twenty eight visiting her sister Mrs Frank Haswell Dave thinks ho has tho boys downed IWWright will have n mule colt nnd so do we show here the third Monday In Septem Â¬ ber Mrs It 1 Shacklett left last Friday Jin W J Deane Jr of Glendcane will have tho honor of representinK the morning to join her husband in Meade Fourth District at tho Indianapolis Con- Â¬ counly vention Mr Deane is one of the bright M D Beard and F V Mercer attend Â¬ substantial young men of this county ed the party at Frank Dellavens Wed Â¬ and will bear the honors of his party nesday night with grace and dignity Charley Pumphrey and wife Louisville are visiting M D Pumphrey this Jkfk Sterrett has no where to lay his week at West View little gold bug head save on tho pillow Eldred Pate Jr and Marvin Beard of Banker Shep Thomas Thceo two go to Hawesvillo to day they will ennnd no more make up the list in Hawes ter tho bicycle races ville Frank Lauder a bosom friend of Lewis Kincheloe who has been visit Shop Thomas Is a shouting free silver ing Miss Mary McMcador at Big Spring bug While the lnmp holds out to burn arrived home Friday tho vilest sinner Jeff may be lighted Wonder if they talk as much brick into tho band wagon and business down at Cloverport now The trouble about that Louisville con- Â¬ as they did about a year ago Miss Mary Allen left last Sunday for vention is that their ideas of patriotism in the direction of the money Laredo Texas where she will again as all run privilege They think that the men sume her duties in school there B F Beard O L Beard and W K who have the money are supreme and ought to be consulted on every measure Barnes went to Louisville last week to pertaining to government and that tho attend the sound money convention man who has no capital but his capacity Where honey is there aro bees where to work has no rights and hasnt any say bargans reign thats here crowds col- Â¬ in tho matter lect James Kincheloe the Jeweler Miss Lizzie Miller daughter of Will A computation is going tho rounds ot Miller Eeqr will attend IOgan Female the press based upon the price of wheat College at Uusselville Ky this winter When Gen Grant was president in ltev H C Hook will preach tin fun- Â¬ 1873 his salary of 50000 was the epuiv of wheat per eral of Mrs J S Dowell at Freedom alent of 40000 bushels year The people still paying give Gro church the tilth Sunday in this month Mrs Owen Cunningham during her ver Cleveland tho equivalent of 90000 bushels of wheat This is a condition visit to Chenrult last week organized a not a theory and yet the president has Foreign Missionary Society of fifteen the magnificent nerve to talk of dishon members esty and repudiation Henderson GleanThe price made to you on watches clocks and musical instruments will as- Â¬ er tonish you Visit ray store James The following from the London Times Kincheloe ronnot be too carefully studied or too Some of the plank walks and side- Â¬ often repeated It seems impossible to walks about the town aro getting in a get bimctallsts to understand that there bad condition The town paps should is quiet a large number of us for whom look after them n general raise in prices has no charms Dave Moorman denies putting out the whatever AVe like them low and the report at Glendeane that Judge Mercer lower the better If they all went down had been down there trying to buy a to half their present figures we should good farm mule rejoice because we have nothing to sell There will be no discount on Hardlus nud a great many things to buy For those who havo things to sell we do burg as an educational center She has schools enough and the morals of the not feel any great concern community cant be beat Lou Rhodes has housed about half of Ws print in this issue Mr Bourko Cockrana paid argument for the Bnthh his crop of tobacco amounting to twelve Gold Standard a standard that is ruin Â¬ acres His crop is one of tho few that ing the farmers and producers of this was not Injured by worms Sheriff Cy Pate informed us yesterday country His speech is a threat and a menace to the farmers of the great West that he intended to begin selling person Â¬ nnd South and he does not answer a al property at once for thoso who were single point that Mr Bryan made We behind with taxes for 1805 want tho farmers of Breckenridge and A S Needham and family who have Meade counties to read it and if they been here the past week visiting ev can indorse a policy directly opposed to II C Hook returned to their home in their common interests then they should Hardin county last Thursday vote for the policy advocated by Mr The Nolln Presbytery of C P church Cockran will meet with the Short creek congrega- Â¬ tion in Grayson county on Thursday Thk convention of Bolting Democrats before the first Sunday in September held in Louisville last week was a great Horace Lewis of Terra Haute Ind Huccosa from tho standpoint of a bolter was here last week visiting among his as It was as flno a looking body of men relatives and friends Ho has been liv- Â¬ we ever saw in Louisville There was ing at Terre Haute about four years and Ken- Â¬ wealth intelligence business and is working in the rail road shops at a tucky manhood a plenty in that body good salary The rank and file of them looked like I am now giving my time to my traJe patriots men of convictions with honest Any time piece jewelde- Â¬ silver smithing hearts and purposes But the Lord ry or spectacles needing repairs shall liver us from the fellows on tho stage Satisfaction Breckenridge Buckner Long Carroll have my prompt attention and a lot more of the same class and guaranteed Send or bring in your work T C Lewis caliber who have been leading the party Chris AM has been following his in this State for years The one Idea of this set is selfishness and greed Their threshing machine for several weeks patriotism runs in one channel and has and he says he has found less money a been for the last twenty years give us mong the farmers than he ever did before control of the money of the people and but he says they are not so bad off they the offices and the people be damned have plenty to eat and the stuffto bring They dont neo beyond Wall Street or money when there is a demand for it the office they are after The prosperity Green W Beard shipped from his farm of tho wholo people the farmer the near Webster last week about five hun Â¬ laborer or tho man hustling on the road dred bushels of wheat Tho crop was they never think of Tho people are not not so good as usual on account of the backing this crowd in Kentucky They early drouth Mr Beard has been try Â¬ made a better showing in the Conven- Â¬ ing for several years to get this farm well tion than they ever will again They set in grass The farm lays well and is have no following save a few bankers considered a very fine stock farm and men who control money They H B Cox of Union Star has rented wont get fifty votes In Breckenridge and the Hambleton hotel He will make less in Meade arrangements to open it at once Mr Cox has been in the hotel business at Union Star for many years and his repu Â¬ tation for running one of the best hotels in the county is known at home ami abroad Hardiniburg is glad to havo Infant aHdCkildren Mr Cox as a citizen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lers near Kirk Watermelons In abund BRANDENBURG ance were furnished the patty and they reported a most enjoyahlb trip Those Visitors House Party Corydon Falr- in the party were Frank Board Jones Reofptlons Bab the Second Goes Mercer John Kincheloe Frank Mercer to Big Bend for a Week Marion Beard John Haswell Misses Daisy Mercer Lllllo Scott Alico Baker Bessie Beard Annio DrJernett and Mary Prof R P Shacklett Not any Better Board Society Notes Profs Itobcrta nnd Kerrick tho new principals In the D N College were in Tho Cor don Fair is the attraction this town a few days lost week visiting our week citizens in the interest of their school Geo Fryniiro is out and happy to be They had just gotten in from a tour of tho county and part of Meado where himself again Mr Chape ze Wathen was hero last they say thoy are assured of several students Notwithstanding the fact that week ho Is not well our public school will bo in tho hands of Tenchcrs examinatlonlast Friday and competent teachers this year several Mr B F Willett was on hand parties in town nil patronize the college Jesse Taylor attended the picnic and The new professors say they are looking did enjoy tho moonlight dance for a big attendance after Christmns Miss Bertha Stokes has left after ten The present term too however promises ecjoyablo visit to Mre C U Moremeu to open very satisfactorily Mis It II Nevitt entertained friends Irom Woodland last Saturday antl Sun VILLE HAWES day Â¬ The Foot 4HsW a Fly UW wL will ays in eminent English doctor carry enough poison to infect a house- Â¬ In summer time more espec- Â¬ hold ially disease germs fill the air multi- Â¬ tudes arc infected fall ill die t multi- Â¬ tudes escape These messengers of mischief do not exist for millions Why not Because they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gun- Â¬ It is the weak the wasted the shot Thin blooded who fall j those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops Into graver disease We hear of catching diseasel We can do it Why not catch health by always maintaining our healthy weight Free Silver Rally AT HARDINSBURG KY September 5th 1890 All thoso who want to hear trulliR about tho money question from n FREE SILVER stand point ahoulel corao out and hear tho Chum pions of this cnuso tho Hon CHAS Of Lexington Ky J BRONSTOtf and tho Hon JOE A PARKER Chairman Populist Stato Committee Louisville Ky citizens of Breckenridge County at Hardinsburg will address tho The Hancock CUrion John Gleason who came in from tho west a short time ago to visit his old home in Breckenridge county was in town Wednesday enroute lor tho west While here he was slightly in Â¬ toxicated and fell off the trestle abovo town a distance of about forty feet in the mud He was unharmed but very muddy He claims to have been robbed of t05 The officers found 150 of it and gave it to him It is believed by some that this is all the money he had Charles Watkins colored and Wil- Â¬ fox hunting while liam Covert Thursday morning east of Owensboro laid down on tho Texas railroad Soon after they went to sleep a train passed mangling the negro to death and rut- Â¬ ting off Coverts foot There were two other men in the crowd but they slept alongside the track Kinch Tucker a farmer living soven miles east of Owensboro on the Hawes- Â¬ villo road shot and instantly killed Pete Downs a fellow farmer on Tuesday morning It is charged that tho latter alienated the affections of Tuckers wife again Mrs Goo ClarkBon and MIbs Bottle are here to visit rela- Â¬ Airs Jo Woolfolk tives Mrs Thomas Alexander has gono to Irvlngton to see her sister Mrs Iojton is condensed nourish- Â¬ food for the building up of the system to resist the attacks of disease It should be taken in reasonable doses all summer long by ail those whoss of Cod liver Oil ment SATURDAY Henderson Mies Mary Lowls has been on the sick list but all the list is O K no serious sickness in town Both of our precincts Instructed for I It Murray and Meade will undoubtedly go solid for him Tho Messenger is getting out a nobby State column Tho Editor clips with discrimination and tact The 1 D Staggs glided down tho stream last Sunday with a Jolly assem Â¬ blage uboard and still they go The school room is going up rapidly The professors are hustling and every Â¬ thing is lovely and the goose etc Mis J W Richardson is in Glasgow for an indefinite stay We all miss her in this home morning noon and night rrof It P Shacklett is Btill very sick He is nevor entirely at himself but he Is not considered in a critical condition yet Mis9 Eva Hensley of Hardinsburg in a visitor of Miss MBry Lewis Miss Eva is n finished vocalist and a most lovable young lady Mr nnd Mrs Ned Reese havo relumed to Ohio Mrs Reese always enjoys her annual stay at her parents nnd being with old friends Mrs Dr Ditto s hero for a visit to her tlaughter Mrs DiDowden and sonJe iT She looks so well nnd her health good She is glad tobe here again Mr and Mrs V G Babbage have my sincerest sympathy In the loss of their precious boy We wonder why but tho answer never colnes in this world Mrs J D Babbage left last week from a pleasant trip to relatives Mrs Bab Â¬ bage notes many changes in the social circle the old gone the new unknown Johnnie Meador came in early last Saturday ouhis wheel to take in the pic- Â¬ nic From all I can glean he is cordially wolcomed in this burg by well say ono anyhow Miss Lilly Clarkson spent lost Meek with Miss Peggy Ditto who gave a most delightful reception in her honor Miss Lilly will spend several days with Miss Pearle Wimp I am off for a weeks stay in the Big Bend with my fathers relatives I will write up that part of the county and send it to tho newsy News as I have been re- Â¬ quested to do so and will bo back in time to send my items from here as usual Judge J F Woolfolk and Mr James W Lewis are Democrats of thirty years on the same platform They are on it to day and expect to expire breathing out Jeffersonian principles So does the Editor of this paper See Ambiguous language Mr and Mrs Abe Ditto Jr enter- Â¬ tained a house party at their typical country home last week Miss Addie G Ditto J T Ditto Miss Sanders Miss Anderson and others whose names I fail to catch Suffice it to say Charming was the stay Chas Nevitt and James Bondurant gave a most delightful picnic every- Â¬ thing was first class Bodenstadt fur- Â¬ nished tho dance music while our band boys were on hand to enliven The rain at night broke the crowd up at au early hour which was unfortunate Angels and ministers ot Grace defend us I J T Ditto says I missed that amount ninety thousand dollars Well I never was very gootl in figures there is something so cold in calculations I dont like anything or anybody that Is Platonic and phlegmatic but back to that amount and that Atlantic City It doeBntmake any difference about the naughts suffixed Shes not a Kentucky girl who with no sound money is always of a premium Another Convention The day of meets The public is on the alert and intense each to conquer obstacles antl reach a desired goal Many are spring Â¬ ing into notoriety at a bound because of some fortuitous circumstances and can hold perhaps the prominence by strength ot manhood but the cases of this kind are rare Others there are whoso story unquestionably fills tome of the bright Â¬ est chapters in the American world Many have spent a life full of honor All for years have to every intent and purpose been laboring to accomplish the highest mission in the world To in- Â¬ spire men to do belter things to lift them to a point where high in courage they can catch a breath ot tho incense that floats from above For years and yars gifted with an immense determi- Â¬ nation to succeed in what it undertook ono grand party was united to exert a weight is below the standard of health If you are losing ground try a bottle now For sale by all dragglsu at joe and ltse controlling iiilhipnce for good to the na Â¬ tion Their real interests are flicting and every attempt to array one wing against tho other has at last come Tnls currency question ot such vast im- Â¬ portance and so differently construed has rent the great body asunder and If we havo tears to shed preparo to shed them now The persistent and aggressive notation in favor of the free Coinage of legal tender silver has for some time threatened to revolutionize our monetary system I haye heard it said often there is no real danger of this being done False prophets The freo coinage movement has gained in momentum and is now formidable- enough to split those who have fought sido by side over nil other fssurs We cannot understand how brainy politicians can be bo divergent nnd both be bo suro of being right on n vital tiuistlon In 1888 tho Demo- Â¬ cratic platfonn was distinctly bimetallic in ono plnnk In 1812 it got ambiguous I8Q said ambiguity causes the platform to be utterly denounced by ono wing nnd as enthusiastically supported by tho other So much for the English lan- Â¬ guage Ill tell you Mr Editor the whole Eubjct is most complex The whole truth does not lie wholly on one sldesi It is an obstruso subject and all politicians concedo the solution is fraught with great significance But I am so hurt over the thought that Jo Blackburn Is on one side and Simon B Buckner em the other They wore the gray Think of it and now witli the aars and stripes floating over them each supporting difÂ¬ ferent tickets it is a timo for memory and for tents But wo do want agita Â¬ tion stopped one way or tho other but a hush one full of eager expectancy comes over us nnd we shall await till November to see tho result of divided n Â¬ Â¬ September 5 96 openIng silver campaign This meeting will open the campaign for Freo Silver in this county Lot every person who favors going back to tho money of our Daddies and taking tho power out of the hands of WALL STREET and giving it back into the hands of the ToiliDg Masses of the people Come out and lend their aid to tho Righteous causo of the people Come ono como all and hear Good news and glad tidings of C Com C Com great joy J H LENNIN Chairman P P J WHITWORTH Chairman D Political Notes Tho Hon John W Lewis Republican Candidate for Congress will speak at Ilurdinsburg Saturday Sept 10th There will be a McKlnlcy and Hobart club organized at Taultown Saturday Sept 0th Jesse It Eskridge will be the orator of the day Dont forget the big rally at Hardins burg Sept 5th Under this head we will be glad to have all the news of public speakings club meetings organizations of new clubs and political news cf any kind Send them in Everybodys interested in the campaign and want to keep pott eel PUBLIC SALE There will be a Public Sale on the farm of the late Martin Mc Glothlnn near IRVINGTON KY SATURDAY AUGUST 29th 1896 Consisting of tho following articles C Head of Work Horses and Mules Cattle and other stock 74 Head of Stock Hogs G5 acres of corn in field 1 Walter A Wood Binder and other Implements 1 Studabaker Wagon 2 new Buggies Household and Kitchen Furniture W D HENRY Auct R B McGLOTHLAN The might niuiM who compote th Democratlo party cannot be awerTeil from truth and rlchteonsnes The money changer aro beginning to tremble The American people are In dead curnrst In this campaign for the alleviation of the poor and suffering- Bethel College Russellville Ky Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate For Illustrated Catalogue address I llrosdly stated tlie Democratlo platform larors n fair division of the fruit of prog ret Tho Kepubllran platform faTora their distribution among the wraith onlj The free and unlimited coinage of sllrrr by restoring to our currency the money of the constitution will make time better will start the wheels of commerce whir ring and tho spindles humming Â¬ Democracy PISGAH Miss Efflco Kincheloe Has The School Hon JD Wilson Will Speak Saturday night They Would I ke for Gus Brown to Answer Him fsVVVtsVtaVSV Discrimination In the Imposition of taxes Should be made a constant means of cor rectlng Inequalities It Is now a potent means of Increasing them The Democratic platform rightly farnrs an Income tax The Democratlo platform proposes sim Â¬ ply to restore money to Its normal value The gold hoarders the money traders and the money lenders waut Its fictitious and appreciated Talne maintained and In Â¬ creased Tin ktrong idiynfcully are drafte Into the army for the defense of the country If necessary simply because they are strong This principle of proportioning servlcu to power should be carried out In the same way by an Income tax The Democratlo platform favors mod erate welfare widely diffused The gold bog platform favors a further concentrR tlnn of wealth The voters will decide which Is the best policy and the highest wisdom for the country lfe cillco Â¬ THE ii i i G W Mason is visiting his son James Msson atBobtown Miss Efile Kincheloe will teach our school biginirgSept 14th There was positively nothing to drink at tho party at Mr Clint Franks Peyton Eekridgo vislsed relatives in The Dembcratro platform opposes the tenure except as provided by the constitution We hear a good deal about the scramble for ofllce Notlilpg contrib Â¬ utes so much la this as a bureaucracy of offlreholdrrs The morn valuable the prlte the greater the desire of the unscrupulous to nchlrte It Home gradually reduced her currency to a less volume and a finer metal Very soon after tho commencement of this con Â¬ traction the manipulators procured all of the land and CO per cent of the people had none The result waa that the bone and alnew of the country were Impover ished aim fben came the destruction of lb republic Â¬ The Republican press Is busy with searchlight trying to find some Imper Â¬ fection la Ilryane personal character They have found nothing but the Jiovr York Sun learna that Ida father used to pray and that lie considered the Judg Â¬ ment of the Almighty mora binding than Consequently ia pf the circuit court Mr Pan thinks t would be unsafe to make the sou of such a man president Tbe people who have liccu rubbatf by the money speculators tbluk It would lie unj safe not to make the sou of a Ood learlcar HI aa president Grayson ceunty Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W J Taul visited Mr and Mrs Eli Taul of Beech Fork Sun Â¬ day The ycung folks who attended the dance at Mr George Masons reported a nice time Misses Nannie Ryan and Eflie Ham- Â¬ bleton are visiting Mifs Ida Gardiner Union Star The trustees havo purchased a nice set of new benches and desks for tho school house A good many young people went to the social at Wm Sanders of Mattingly Thursday night Miss Flora and Ruby Ryan who havo been visiting friends in Hancock and Davis counties have return home John Cobb and Master Charlie New Â¬ port Ark who have been visiting rela tives uere went to Louisville Friday Miss Maggie Bates Will Mason and George Nowman were the guests of the Misses Goff and attended church at Cave Spring Sunday It is reported that Hon J D Wilson will speak on the monov nueaXon nt tlm school house next Saturday night Wa would like to havo Gus Brown to answer him Charles Keenan who has been con- Â¬ fined to his bed with Typhoid fever for sometime is improving slowly IS A PAIR SURE 00 FOE AND WILL OOMMENOE lAVVV DAVIESS COUNTY 189G W S RYLAND President OCTOBER Gtti t T And Continue Five Days They are still in the lead in the Southwest and will always be there with their Large and Liberal Cash Premiums For all classes of Fine Stock They pay the price of a fine horse in single premiums for best displays of Utility Saddle and Harness Stock Running and Trotting Races Their half mile track i improving every year and bids lair year to be a record breaker The usual purses will be this eiven there will bo no entrance fee and everybody has the chance Dont be afraid of freeze outs you have same show every time and if your horse is the fastest you Eot a get the purse and it costs von nreir The Price of Admission - To see the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to ioc so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Rail Display Will be up to the usual and will be as attractive year The Poultry will be first class aml qmViiy of thJc i tt VJrnUty rs last are r The Prospects for the Fair We Oiler Vou a Krniiiiv Which IN3Un5 Safety IIIU iu JllOIIl er una ciuu Is first class crops are good the people home want an outing so look out for have been stayint at the best ou neednt be afrafd to bring your Sr noth ng goes this year but s entertahimfnts- - no n first-cl-is- CASTORIA Tr FM-- Miss Tida Mercer acted as chaperon for a party that took a hay ride last Sat Â¬ urday night to Mr and Mrs J D Hee Fits Cured - ree o itm w ax specialtyw hq make Vast RJVevnul XttUhS MOTHERS FRIEND Hek ConilneiMonl of its Pain Epilepsy has without doubt treated and cur ed more cases than any living Physician lift success is astonishing We have beard of case aUBdlajf M so year OCTOBER 6 7 8 9 10 1896 llwor and fUjk Its of bU absolute cure free lo any sufferers who may semi their U and Bspreaa address We advise any one wishing- a cure to address Hth large bot- - lie valuable work on thla dla taie which he tends a him publishes a Mf Itlffi llW1 Mill IILMtlf Ii e4Jaea e V ifum lilrlli- iif liis hit viiuii aim uiu not iisu iiii i r Illlln The Worlds showed mo baking powier so pun er so great la Iey enlng power 41 the Royal Fair Tests - Mini ImO iiu imIiih uUorwnrd and her fills i was vat Visa a K K JiiiNfrmtfEuraulaAU iitl I Excursion Rates by River and Railroad For prMliegcs apply to T A PEDLEY Mgr Owensboro r tUcr 5r PPy to the SecrerymUm r r rlrr wwi r Kipreiurmrerwlutor 110 per Mil IMU Ta 6 iiH4HMKiil KMIIiMTUU VUAlUals SOLD HY All DRUaOHTft jJ W GARTER Secretary TiP r IT Ti isAT T i Hu iiiiift fak lift HaT - -- r44fcr -- -- t a Ha - m sjiliiiJi flT THE BRRGKRNRIDGR BttECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEXWS GLOVElHLFORT KY tho hands of tlio Populists or went Into the Farmers AIM- - decrease In tlio oost of living Thero Is no way In which 1 can lm admitted to a hliaru mice before their rail purposes wcro exof Uods bounty except through ii fall In ecuted was ptirtllid nnd thn Popullstlo forces wore scattered out of existence wlniil tho prices of tho necessaries of Ufa Whllo wu havo In existence n society of niutiinl tho farmers of this country understood precisely what tlio Populists meant fur his oo oporntlnn which Is lint nnother linmo forclvllled society nil mon nru ndmltted welfare wis really for his ruin Tha fnrmt r who when this country wns to n shorn In overy bounty whloh Provl In danger shouldered his musket to set It deuce showers upon tho earth Tho dweller In tho tenement house nsldo when thn last shot had been flrnl on stooping over his bench who nover sous n tho southern buttlelleld whoso moderation fluid of waving com who has never In prevented thn political warriors at Wnsh haled tha perfume of grasses and of flow Inglon from pursuing n pulley of discrim ination nud punishment In tho southern ers Is yet inatlu tha participator lu nil thu states thit farmer who inntlo tho policy bounties of Providence In tha fructifying of tho north n policy of conciliation of Influence of tho ntmosphere In tho ripen Â¬ forgiveness of reunion whoso bund It was ing rays of thn sun when tha product of that mado ruins of her cities nnd ashes of tlio oll Is Hindu cheaper to hlm overy day It Is her homes received her once moro nnd liy thu uhuiidiiiii o of tho harvest from his share In this bounty thnt tho mild Ilvo Iu peace and sin no mora That farmer today Is the mainstay of Populists wants to exclude tbo American VAorklnginnli order nnd of properly ns ho was tho main stay of the Union Labor Mini Not 11 Krourged Thorn irns a Popullstlo delegation from To hlin wo say In tho iiniiiu of human states that were Democratic lint It Is a ity iu tho name of progress You shall significant fact that overy northern statu neither press a erowu of thorns upon tho lu which there was a chance of electing n brow of labor nor place u scourge upon his Dcmocrutie governor or of choosing Dem You shnll not rob him of nny tmu back ocrat le elector with thn exception of Mis advantage which hu has gilnid by long souri and Indiana stood boldly and firmly years uf study of progrnis In thu skill of for tho gold standard nt Chicago mid they Ids craft and by thu careful organization were stibmurgcd by u wave of Populism of thu members w ho work with hlm at thu from the south You shall not obscure thu samo bench My friends thero hns been a great golden prospect of a further Improvement change In tho Domocratlu organization of in his condition by n further cheapening tho southern states Tho men who from a of tho cost of living ns well us by a f urthor mistaken si iiku of loyalty followed their appreciation of tho dollar which Is paid to states out of tha Union whoso gallantry him ill war whi isii fortitude In defent won tha bu no distress admiration of tho civilized world tho men noThero can ho whllo labor thero can Is well paid whoa virtues cnmmiitidod tho support of Thahard times raises his hand against tha mail who northern public opinion In the attempt to raises overturn crrpetlmg governments In tho progress of the worklngman seeks to his rengJilust prosperity Ho southern states tha men who led their hand Urn Hu seeks volume of production people through all the troubled period of strict man degrade tho condition of reconstruction back Into u full union with to fdcndlly Improving himselfthannd luwho his Is tho sister states these men like Hampton own improvement Is accomplishing thu In South Carolina nnd Cuffery lu loulsl nnn have been swept from power a now improvement of nil mankind But this set hns got Into tho saddle n sot uf leaders attempt will fall I do not regret this campaign lain glnd of which Tillman Is tho exponent who this Issue has arisen Tho tlmo has como boldly unfurled the sectional flag at Chi when thu people of this country will show cago and declares that this Populist move capielly for self government ment Is n direct movement against the tlselr provu that thu men who havu lotThey tho wilt prosperity of tho east world lu thu pathway of progress will bo Connulrncy Against tho InduntrUl Mauri thu jealous guardians of liberty and of orMen of New York tollors of America der They aro not to bu seduced by appeals guardians of your own homes will you to their cupidity or moved by threats of nllow jour rate of wages to bu affected by injury They will forever jealously guard nny man who never has paid wages at all nnd trim thu lamp of enlightenment of If ho could get nut of It Will yuu submit progress They will ever relentlossly press to this conspiracy between tho profession nnd crush under their heels thu flaming nl farmers tho fanners who cultivate tho torch of Populist discontent PopulUt agi of their neighbors farmers who tation nnd Populist destruction quarrels labor with their jaws Populist agitators When this tldu of anarchy shall havo reÂ¬ of the wost anil tho unreconciled slave ceded this tide of Populist agitation this holders of tho soul Id This Is a conspiracy assault upon common honesty and upon between professional fanners who want to Industry shnll have abated forever tho pay low wages nnd the unreconciled slave foundations of this rcpubllo will remain holder who would llku to pay no wugos tindisturlK d This government will still Horo Is thu rual root of this conspiracy shelter a people ludlssoluhly wedded to libHera Is thu explanation of this Populist erty aud order jealously fnrfmhllng any movement distinction of burden or of privilege con Mr Brynn did not create It No man serving property mulntnlnlrg morality can create a movement llku this The resting forever upon thu broad basis of forces thnt created It nru active nnd havo American patriotism and American Intel ligence been working In n thousnnd different di rections Mr Brynn representing this theory is but llku n drop of water on tho MONEY LAWS crest of tlio wavo more conspicuous nut millions of A Fact From an Iliprijudlced nud Learned no more Important than the drops that form Its hnso The Popullstlo Authority movement is tho attempt of these profes Troni an article on Money In tho Internasional farmers of these men who aro untional CjclniH il l pigts ISO VV luUJ willing to share with thu laborer to np Tim laws which control tlio qualities peal to their greed lu support of theirs or quantities of inoiity whether of coin lie Is nn enemy of public order Ho Is nn or paper havu nn inllucnco on tho pub Ho Is n conspirator obstacle to progress lic vvenl vast nnd Midden beyond thoo ngnlnst thu peace nnd prosperity of tho Inrnnctctl on any other fiiibjtct They dustrial mashes of tho country striko nt onco every material Interest of Civilization Threntened is I hnvo said that thu laborer Is tho object every citizen of tho couutiy which of this conspiracy and bo Is But let no subject to tho laws Tho examples of Franco nntl Ger maii Imagine that If I hey were successful the Injury would nil ho tmruo by tho man many between 1871 anil 1881 havo IIo would ho furnished conspicuous illustrations of Who works with his hands tho first to suit r und thu lost to recover tho helpful and hurtful power of legisiU In civil- Irom Its elTtcts Jtu lation alone on money zntioti whloh wnitll ci tin from such a It is especially within tho present breach of public and private faith would century iu Kutopo nud in tho United bo Irreparable Its rffect no man could States that all classes lmvo realized measure from nuyctptihiiciiiil tho human tliis potency of legislation on money Wo cannot tell to what degree It race Tlioslightcht modification of national would pnrnlyu Industrv If I were asked lo dellne civilization I laws conccruiiiK it nffects every branch should say It was Industrial co operation of trade every industry every investEvorythlng that a man dios for his own ment Yet u small number of the wholo of bonoilt acts directly upon thu Interests people thote whoso business it is totleal No man can Maud alone his neighbors in money ns lenders or bankers nlouo Interests in n civilized community Ills his prospects his nilsfurtunin nru to somo keep that clrho watcli of legislation Thuro Is which enables them to contiul it unextont shared by all his fellows not nu cur of corn ripening In n western duly so us to pioiuoto their own inter field that does not affect tho price of bread ests when laws nro changed or if laws Tho farmer who scatters to you and mo uro likely to affect their interests injusocd upon tho ground by that act starts riously they inu tho first to bo uwitro of In motion thu wheels of thu factory he tho effects of changes nud to guard sharpens tho tools of tho carpenter ho against tliem Thnt prosperity or adstimulates tho construction of railroads versity may result to n majority of nu ho causes theeliglneers to plan now bridges entiro people by a simplo uct of legiscrossing currents new tunnels uiidor rivlation on moucy with n rapidity and ers now canals Joining oceans and sepa n certainty that legislation on no other rating continents If tho farmer did not work If tho miner subject can paiallel hns beconio obvi did not dig In thu subterranean gallery ous to all intelligent people In Eng evory other department of Industry would land CO yenrs ago this hubject attractlanguish for men would not produce ami ed the obscivatioii of great numbers of oreate If thoy did not sou In tho Industry ablo writers But tho legislation fol- Â¬ nnd notlvlty of others a prospect of a do lowed tlio inkiest of tho moneyed pow- Â¬ commodity which they promnnd for tho duce nnd so overy man In tha world Is ers to tho iiijmy of tho commercial and industrial classes bound closely to tho destiny nnd Interests of his fellow man Underlying Trouble With ropullnti TO GOLDBUGS Underlying the wholosohenieof clvlllzntlou Is tho oonfldunco men havo lu each The View of ma JnclMi Gold Standard Advocate other confidence lu their honesty caufl The following is nu editorial from dencfl In tholr Integrity onufldunco In their Industry confidence in their future If tho Loudon Financial News a gold woweutton silver coinage tomorrow If standard advocuto wo uven debused our standard of valuo There is n plain moral in tho ro mon sny thnt still you would havo tho mnrk that if the United States would somo property you hnvo today you would vent uro to cut herself adrift from Eu Â¬ still have tho samo soil yuu would still rope and tnko outright to silver sho havo the samo continent And It Is truo Now tho underlying trnuhlo with all would hnvo nil America nud Asia at her Populists Is that thoy have n fundamental back and tho command of tho markets liilsonuooptlon of tho principles on whloh of both countries Tho barrier of gold All would bo moro fatal than nny barrier civilized society Is constructed through Mr Urynns spoeoh nil through of u custom house Tho bond of silver In tho conven Mr Tilliiiiin iterances would bo stronger than any bond of freo tion wherever you find Populists assem can bo no doubt about it you will find illnoiiksloiis prococdlug trade Thero bled tbo theorj that men nro hostile to that if tho United States wero to adopt upon a silver basis tomorrow British trado each other lu tl ilr Interests thut tho conwould bo ruined beforo tlio year was dition of life Is jm of contest I merely dosiru to call thn attention of out Evory American would bo protect- Â¬ this gathering to tho chnrnoter of that ed not only nt homo but in overy oth speech to tho iinderlrlug spirit that per er market Of courso tho United States vades It nud then to nsk tho worklngman would suffer to n certain exteut thiough of this country to nsfc tho citizens of this having to pay her obligations abroad in nation If the L overnnient should bo trust- gold but tho loss of oxcliaugo uudor ed to tho hands of men whose conception Imi u mere- drop lu tho of clvllUrd society ts ono uf warfare and this head would bucket ns compared to tho profit to bo of Btrlfo reaped from tho markets of South Amer Â¬ Thu Wholo rfallou Will Itealnt ica mid Asia to say nothing of Europe Wo bellovo that thu very umuicu of civilization U jiliuiul intiresl mutual for Tho marvel is that tha United States bearance ut ut iinl cii upritou Wo belluvo hns not long ngo soizctl tho opportunity tho world has it punt the time whoa It has been a ploco of luck that it has moiis haiidi me ut eich uthers throuts uover occurred to tlio Americans to Wu believe today that mull stand shoulder Bcoon us out of tho worlds markets by tonhoulder working toguther for a com going on n silver basis and it might mon purpose beiieliclal lo nil and we be servo us right if irritated liy tho con llovo thut this uttompt to ussall wugos tcmptiblo apathy of our government to- Â¬ which inuausniinttuiupttouttuuk the prosperity of nil will bo resisted uut by a ward tho silver problem tho Americans retaliated by freezing out gold It could class but by tho wholo nutlou What labor has gained that it shall bo easily done keep Tho rato of wages that is paid to It Iu the Comment Ago today is the lowest rata wo will over willingly accept We look forward to a f urthor Mrs Olnudo Wright How do you and a f urthor lncrenso lit tho prosperity of liko thoso biscuits dear worklnguion not merely by on luoroaso In Mr Olnudo Wright A trlflo heavy thu dally wage but by further inoroaso In lovo Uut then you nro somo what out tho purchasing power of wages Mon who of practice tell us that the prloos of farm produots Mrs Cluudo Wright If youll bo havo fallen and that tho farmer for that reason Is a sufferer forget that whllo tho liuvo ino pet 1 havent mado u luess of price of wages has risen on the farm tho biscuits beforo since my first reiucuruu efllolonoy of labor has Increased that the tlou 6000 years uga Buffalo Timos has boon reduced cost of production through tho aid of machinery whllo the Tho holght of ability consists lu a wages of the ludlvldual luborer may have thoiough knowledge of tho real valuo of risen things mid of tho genius of tbo age we Whllo wage remain at their present rato 11 vo In Uochcfoueauld I kopo thero will bo a further and further Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ISEWS SO AUGUST 1800 BOURKE COCKRAN nomic effects of n debasement of tho coin age of n chnngo In tho standard by which existing debts nro to bo measured In n bnsor measure of value JTpccch Delivered Madison A Test of lrcuprrltj Now I will lmnglno thnt Mr Bryan Square Garden New York in himself mny bellovo thnt In somo wny or t n- Tuesday Evening Aug 18 other ho is going to benefit tho tollers of this country IIo says ho Is but he de Â¬ clines to show us how For my part I nm willing to stnto herd that If Mr Brynn Mr Chairman Ladles ond Gontlotnon could show me thnt by nny mentis known Follow Democrats All to heaven or known on earth nny means With tlio lnnplrltig stralni of tlio na- - rucalod to tho comprehension of man Itlonal song Bt til ringing In our cars who woges could bo increased I will Ihj ready cuniiouutino issue or tin campaign Una to support hlin hero and now I do nut lsauo Iiim boon well rtatod by your presid inako this statement through nny pro ing oMeer Stripped as ho says of nil tcuso of special affection for tho limit who Such u retonso verbal disguise It Is an lsiuo of common works with his hands honesty an Issuo between tlio honest dls- - nindo In tho heat of n presidential canvass 10 In- Â¬ charge nnd tlio dishonest repudiation of would merely Insult and discredit tlio telligence to which It Isaddicssud I repent puuilo onu privnto obligations it 18 a that I would support any turns iro calcu question na to whether tlio powors of this lated to increase tho rato of wages liccauso government shall boused to protect honest I know of no test of prosjicrlty absolutely industry or to tempt tlio citizen to dishon- - lnfalllblo excopt tho rato of wages paid to laborers Whero tho rate of wnges Is high fusty Whero tho rote On this question honest men cannot thero must bo prosperity kdlffor It Is ono of monils nnd of Justice of wnges Is low thero must necessarily lie It Involves tho existence of social order It distress If then Mr Bryan can show mo that is tlio contest for civilization Itself If It by the enforcement of any portion of his bo disheartening to Democrats nnd to lovtirogrammo wages will bo Increased In this ers of froo Institutions to find an Issuo of country I will not only support him but this chnrnctcr projecting into a presidential I will recognlzo him as tho wisest orator campaign this meeting furnishes us with thnt over opened his mouth nn n platform nu inspiring truth of how thnt Issuo will since tho beginning of tho world I will bo ready to confess that tho rhetorla which bo met by tho people A Dcmocratlo condo not now understand Is really tho Ian- tention mny rcnounco tho Democratic I guago of Inspiration I would regard Tils faith but tho Democracy remains faithful administration of tho presidency ns tho Democratic to Democratic principles kindling of n groat light beforo tho foot- Â¬ loadors mny bctrny a convention to tho steps of man showing hlin n broad path Populists but they cannot seduco tho foot way to endless happiness nnd measureless But In searching through his Btcps of Dcmocratlo voters from tho path- - prosperity honor nnd of justice A candidate speech In reading through tho whole reams Popullstlo literature with which this bearing tho mnudnta of n Democratic con- Â¬ of country has boon flooded for four years I vention limy In this hall open a canvass havo novcr yot found ono syllable which leveled against tho foundations of social showed mo how n Populist expected to Inonlcr but ho beholds tho Democratic crease the rato of wages I masses confronting him organized for tho Now In order to understand tho sig defense nificance of tho remark that wages is tho Fellow Democrats let us not disguise only test of prosperity wo havo but to coni from ourselves tho fact that wo boar in sider for n niomont just what Is meant by this contest n scrlouq nnd grnvo and solemn tho term wages Wages as I suppose ov bunion of duty Wo must ralso our hnnds crylxKly hero understands Is thnt part of against tho nominee of our party nnd wo tho laborers product which Is gtvon to must do It to prcscrvo tho futuro of that himself In compensation for his tolL If party Itself Wo must opposo tho nominee for Instance I bo engaged In tho manu v of tho Chicago convention and wo know facture of chairs and If I can inako five lull well that tho success of our opposition chairs every day worth 20 ond tho rato will mean our own exclusion from public of my wages is a day what I actually life but wo will bo consoled and gratified get Is ono chair out of tho flvo which I by tho reflection that It will provo thnt tho make Tho other four chairs tho other American pcoplo cannot bo divided Into four fifths of my product aro dovotcd to parties on a question of slmplo morals or tho payment of all thoothor labor that has Wo would look In been expended in preparing the elements of common honesty vain through tho speech delivered hero ono out of which tho chair was made To the week ago to find a truo statement of tho man who felled tho tree in tho forest tho Issuo Involved In this canvass Indeed I person who sawod it In tho mill tho carbellovo it Is doubtful If tho cnndldnto himrier who transported It tho workman who self qulto understands tho nnturo of tho prepared its component parts and tho pro say this not In lit on tho capital which set all this labor in faith which ho professes I criticism of his ability but In justtco to motion Ids morality I licllovo that if ho himself It is plain however that I could not understood tho lnovltnblo consequences of tnko ono clinlr homo with mo at night nnd tho doctrines which ho preaches his own attempt to settle my bills with It for the hands would lw thn very first to tear down moment I undortook to divide tho chair among my creditors that moment It would i tho platform on which ho stands lose Its vnluo So Instead of taking the A Soil Not 1ropltloui to Revolution J But thero was ono statement in that chair which I cannot divide I tiiko Its equivalent In money which I can divide rrpcech which wns very frco from ambiguity irugimiii viwi liupu liuu uuuuueiiuu mj inu But my wages all tho tlmo nro fixed by the Ho professes his unques quantity of my own products lovers of order If Instead of flvo chairs I wcro nblo to tioned bollef In tho honesty of tho Ameri- Â¬ can mnsHs and ho quoted Abraham Lin- Â¬ mnko ten from it nnd tho rato of my comcoln In support of tho faltli that wns In pensation remained tho same I would ob Jilin Well I do not bellovo that tho faith tain for my wages two chulrs or 8 n day of Abraham Lincoln wns over moro sig Â¬ But instead of thero being four chairs or 10 nvnllnblo for tho payment of other nificantly Justified than In tho appcaranco which Mr Bryan presented upon this plat- Â¬ labor thero would be eight chairs at 33 form in tho cbango that has conio over tho and thus tho larger my wages tho larger spirit and tho tonu of Popullstlo eloquence my product tho greater tho prosperity in tho chair making Industry since tho Chicago convention Now applying thut principle to overy Wo nil must remember that lurid rhet- Â¬ oric which glowed ns fiercely in tho west- Â¬ other department of trado wo can see that ern skies as tliat sunlight which through tho man who works on n tunnel cannot tho past week foretold tho torrid heat of take n part of the tunnel homo with hlm for his wages tho man who paves the tho ensuing day nnd hero upon this pint street cannot tnko a part of tho highway form wo find thnt samo rhetoric as mild with him but each ono takes tho money ns Insipid as tho waters of a stagnant pool Ho U it candidate who was swept into tho equivalent of that part of tho product nomination by n wavo of popular enthusl- - which Is tho result of his dally toll nnd tho laliorer Is tho man who has tho most i nsm nwiiKoncti uy opiicais 10 projuuiro iVnnd greed Ho Is n candidnto who on his vltul interest In tho chnractorof tho money f trip noma nun in mu iiiiuni sicpi in i which is paid to him 8omo of Mr llrju Contradictions trip eastward declared that this was n revo lutionary movement who no sooner found Now when wo como to find out just how Jilmsclf faco to raco wltn tlio American Mr Bryan oxpects to lncrenso tho wages of feeling than ho realized that this soil Is not labor wo find ourselves lost in a inazo of ryropltlous to revolution contradiction and in a liazn of obscure exNo man can toll how or whore Tlio poopio or tins country win not pressions clinngo tho institutions which have stood or when tho wages of the worklngman are the tests ond oxporlonccs of a century for to bo Increased but any ono who examines Institutions based upon tho fantastic tho schemo can soo that tho Inovltablo tenddreams of Populist agitators The AmerÂ¬ ency tho inovltablo consequence of a de ican nation will novcr consont to substl basement in tho standard of value must tuto for the republic of Washington of bo a reduction in tho rate of wages nnd Jefferson nnd of Jackson tho rcpubllo of thnt Is tho conspiracy iu which the PopuTho list is engaged nn Altgcld n Tillman or n Bryan power of publlo opinion which caused tho Now Mr Brynn tells us that ho wants vivid oratory of tho Chicago platform to to cheapen tho dollar that ho wants to In burn low nnd bo ft ns tho moonlight out creaso tho volume of money I do not bo sldo of this platform which has already llevo that any man who over lived could shown its power to control Popullstlo olo qulto understand n Populists notion of queuco will show tho full extent of Us what money is further than that ho bo glvn Abraham Lincolns wisdom will lloves it is a desirable thing to get and prophecy Its triumphant vindication when that ho is not very particular about tho it crushes tho seed of Popullstlo socialism moans by which ho can got Ills bauds nn next November It Nothing Is moro common In Populist oratory than tho statement that tho volume Iropoed Violation of the Constitution Now my friends I have said there was of money must bo Increased for tho benefit of tho people which moans that part of ioiio statement of groat significance in Mr Thero is nnother portion the pcoplo that runs and manages and ad 31ryniis speocli of It which In singularly froo from nny ob- dressee Populist meetings of tho speeches I remember that in ono scurity and that may bo comprised within way cust delivered on the two Initial paragraphs whore ho talks which Mr Bryan any man who his objected to he declared tluvt logically consistently plainly tho Inn Whatever change too much money ought to vote the other gunge of revolution ticket Now my friends I will ask you jnoy Imvo como over his manner as a cann moment while I indulge didate however much tho vulicmonco of to you herome foronly conception thatstate an the Ids oloquouco mny linvo been reduced two to honest mnii ran form of money In order things for which bo stands remain unalwe that In discussing this thing hereafter tered will le nblo to understand tho economic On this platform ho dofended tho most expressions which tho Populist uses for tho Chicago conrevolutionary plunk of lie delusion of jiuuu nnd for tho confusion vention in speech loss vehement but not of his Judgment earnest than that In which he supless Tho basis of sound trade Is sound money On this platform ho Monoy which Is Intrinsically valuable ported Its adoption defended tho Popullstlo program mo of money which like tho gold coinage of this overthrowing tho Integrity of tho supreme oouutry government cannot affect if It court If thero bo any fruit which has tried to lean take u flu goldplcco and grown for tho benefit of nil mankind out I can defy nil tho tiower of nil tho govern of tho establishment of our rcpubllo It has ments of this earth to take S cents of value licen tho demonstration thnt It Is possible fron It Having uaruyd It by tho sweat by tho organization of nn Independent of iny brow having earned It by tho oxer trlbonnl to safeguunl tho rights of every clso of my bruin having earned It by the citizen and protect thoso natural privileges cxcluingeof iny compii dlttos I nan go to ugulnxt any Invasion from whutovcr sonrce the uttermost ends of tho earth and ior howovor powerful might be tho antag wherever I present it Its valuo will lo un onizing elements That gold quaitloned and unchallenged presup Tho very existence of thnt power dollir this meeting tho Doinocmtlo party ludopondont triposes tho cxlstcnco of nn tho honest mnsyfc of this country without bunal Yot wo havo this Populist conven distinction nf party divisions demand measure was con tion because u Populist luil I lie paid ty tho laborer when ho earns demned ns unconstitutional proposing It and that no power on earth shall cheat constitution in tho ordi not to amend tho him of tho sweat of his brow nary way prcscrllied by thnt Instrument Mans Labor CreaU Wealth proposlug to pack the court to itself but Now let us soo how Mr Bryan proposes reorganize It ho used tho lungungo of the June looked platform Itself so that it will pronounce toilMl with this question I just wluit he thoso laws to bo constitutional which the through his speech to find out proposal thinks ho ts going to do for the laboring constitution itself condemns dismisses hlm with of man and ti uiko tho courts of law Instrumentsbe a very fowI find that ho very unsatisfactory and somo la lesiies to violate that sacred pact But it is porfectly clear thut the tween the states on which tho security of phrases the this nation i osts to profane tho temple purpose of tho Populist is to put upBry- Â¬ Mr erected for Its protection by tho hand of prlvs of certain commodities fulso prlosts who though sworn to defend ans languugo Is that ho Is going to lm it will bo appointed to destroy It proie the condition of tho people of this In tho tlmo to which I must confine my Â¬ country not of all of tliem but of tha self tonight I can do nothing but examine greatest number Well now I dont sup Â¬ thnt ono question which Mr Bryan him- Â¬ pose Mr Bryan protends to nny utlrnou self declares to be the overshadowing issue lus power I dont supposo ho claims he of this campaign I nm a little pauled ea multiply the number of cl airs upon when I road this speech to decide just what this platform or upon this floor although Mr Bryan himself IiimIimk will be the he has shown his capacity to empty them If ha Is going to work any change in the fruit of a change la the standard of valu throughout tub country J do wot believe coadiyoM of hwu bo wiut tucrease the Â¬ ANSWERS BRYAN that nny man can follow wholly with tho speech because If he dissents from ono set of conclusions ho has got to read but n few paragraphs and ho will find another of a different variety But I assumo that It Is fair in n discussion of this character Independently of what Mr Bryan may say or what- Mr Bryan may think himself ho stands for to oxnmlno tho Inovltablo eco Â¬ - material possessions of somo part of tho community Now if he got ikishossIoii of tho government tomorrow ho could not create ono single thing of vnluo by any ox crclto of governmental lower 111 tho world Money nnd lroperty Not Identical Nothing Is moro common than tho mis take that money and property are Iden They ore not A redundancy of tical mousy docs not provo any prosperity Thero may bo n very largo voliimo of cir culating medium and very great poverty Tho Issuo of paper money simply Is no more an Increase of wealth than tho issuo by nn Individual of his promissory noto would show nil lncrenso of his propcrty As mutter of fact an Inrreaso In the coin ago Is no proof of an Increase In property but may Ihj n strong proof of n decrease in wealth Tho volumo of money plays but u small part oven In tho ordinary transactions of life It is not tho oliiino of money but tho activity of money that couilts If n person wants to see Ju t how n dollar works in tho ordinary exchanges In what might bo called n retail business ho has but to taito a dollar out of his pocket and go out Into the street and buy somo fruit Now tho fruit dealer would tnko that dol lar and buy somo vegetables Tho green grocer with tho sumo dollar could buy neckties Tho dealer In neckties with tha samo dollar could buy meat and so on That ono coin passing from hand to hand might clrmilato 20 worth of commodities In tho courso of n single day That ono dollar circulating 20 worth of commodi- Â¬ ties makes moro business and more trado than two dollars could make if thoy cir- Â¬ culated between them only 10 worth of commodities Monoy novcr can circulate freely and ac- Â¬ tively unless thero bo absolute confidence in Its vnluo If n man doubts whether tho money hi his pocket will bo as valuable to- Â¬ morrow as It Is todny ho will doclluo to exchange his commodity against it nnd this Populist agitation threatening tho In- Â¬ tegrity of monoy has been tho cause of tho hard times through which this country is passing nnd from which it will not oscnpo until the heel of popular condemnation is placed upon tho Populist agitation which undermines tho foundation of credit Hub of Trade Is Sound Money If then Mr Bryan Is going to enrich somobody tho thing which ho means to bestow on hlm ho must tnko from somo Ixxly else Who is to be despoiled and who is to lo enriched by tho excrclso of this now scheme of government My friends tho silver mlno owner will get cheated with the rest If ever the Pop- Â¬ ulist has his way nobody will lo benefit- Â¬ ed not even Mr Brynn I will venturo to say hero now thnt If tho face of Provldenco should lie averted from this laud and such a calamity ns Mr Bryans election wore permitted by It tho man who would Buffer most by that event would bo tho false prophet who lmvlng torn down tho tern plo of credit nnd of Industry would bo torn to pieces by an outraged publlo whose Let us follow prosperity no hud rulnod this argument a llttlo Let us see what ho means to do according to his own lights Wo see that ho cant enrich one man without Impoverishing nnother Government novcr can be generous because If it bo generous to ono it must bo oppressive to another Mr Bryan docs not pretend thnt by nny power given him from heaven ho can find anything nn tho surface of this earth that has not got an owner and there- Â¬ fore he cant honestly bestow It upon n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ favorite But his financial schemo contemplates an Increase In tho prlco of certain commodities I do not think that anything Mr Brynn can do with rcfcrcuco to gold will over affect It A Cottlns Down of Wace But my friends wo nro coming now pretty closo to tho wood pllo behind which Mr Bryan protho African Is concealed Â¬ poses to Increase tho prlco of commodities If ho m tans uuytlilng ho means that and lam n H qulto surothat he means anyÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ same place we occupied before Therefore ever heard Iu my exniiilnntlon of tho conIt Is fair to assume that is not tho lamo und ditions of mon must by tho very law of his impotent conclusion which this Populist being be a creditor for at least ono days creditor for a revolution contemplates Whnt then is ltf work nnd Is gtnnrmly It Is an incronso In tho price of com- weeks work or two weeks work Kverygreit lndut lrlul enterprise has for modities and allowing of labor to shift for Its ohlef creditors its own laborers Tho Itself If tho prlco of commodities bo In heaviest account in every dnpartinont of creased and tho prlco of labor bo loft stationary why that means a cutting down Industry vOmtovor It may be Is always the wnges nooount If Instead of a dolof the rate of wages Wage a First Lien lar which consists of a given quantity of gold equal to 100 cents anywhere in tho Horo Is ni abstract which will show you power of 100 Just how the earnings of a groat corporaworld with tho purchasing conts the laborer Is to bo paid in dollars tion are distributed worth 60 rents each why ho can only buy The Now York Central railroad handles ns much with a days wages as he ever venr about 15000000- Of tltut sum half buys now 10000000 Is paid for interest on bonds A Trit Question for Mr Bryan and for rontnl uf lonsed railroads 1000-000 Is paid for dividends 13000000 Is If tho valuo of this Populist schemo thon is to bo te ted let thn laboring mou of this paid for equipment nnd repairs und 15 country uvk Mr Bryan and his Populist 600000 Is paid for wugos The railway employees of tho United frlcmU u simple common everyday quesStates alone draw 400000000 a your In Where do I como inf tion wages If tha Now York Central railroad Ml Bryuu hluibclf has a glimmering o lii rei Wl como In or went Into tli hands of n receiver tomori fii r of liio ho will go nut There is row If It bicnnia totally and hopolessly one imrugrupU In his speech which whethbankrupt its dividends could bn passod and Its hluvehohlors could not complain er it was the result of an unconscious stumbling Into candor or whethor It was Thi liferent on Its bonus might bo In de a contribution mado in tho stress of logical fault and tho bondholders would bo withdUcusslon I am utterly unabla to say out reiln ss but the wages of tho laborer But It shakes a Hood of light upon the would uiuivys bo paid for thoy nro n first wholo purpose underlying this Populist lion upon every industrial enterprise agitation Wage earners Mr Bryan says Not my frit nils bn aiutu thoy love the know that while a gold standard raises tho labor of man hut brcnuso he is absolute- Â¬ purchasing power of tho dollar it also ly neccsiary to he oxlstonco ut tho enter- Â¬ prise make It more dlfllcult to obtain possession Hero wo hnvo tho figures from tha Unitof tho dollar They know that employ ment Is less pcrmanont loss of work more ed tiUites bureau ut statistics showing the probable and ro omploymont less certain amount of wugis paid overy year In tho If that moaus anything It means that a United Htatos nnd wu find thnt It wns over 2S832SO000 cheap dollar would give hlm more employ Talk of the Interest more on tho national debt talk of tho principal inout moro frequent employment work nnd n cliuuco to get re employment uf tho national debt tnlk of nny other Well now If debt thnt exists throughout tho civilized nftor ho was discharged that means anything In tho world ton sane world nnd U forms butnsmnll perorntage man It means that If tho laborer Is willing of this dobt which Is due to labor wherto havo his wages out down he will get ever uinn works nnd tolls wherever things of vnluo nro being created wherever means inure work wherever Illli Wage anil iroeperlty Oo Together of transportation nro In notlvlty work There novur was tho boss of nn estabÂ¬ tho furees uf civilization are at A farm industrial lishment yet that meant to inako a cut in pretense Is anho farmer enterprise Tho of Nebraska Is that I wages that did not say that I havo never yet heard of anybody who attempted toxuit suffering under the weight of a nlortgnge whloh has stead down tho rate of wages telling his men contracted under a inetuJ ily Increase in valuu Is but a PopulUtlo that ho did it because ha liked to do Two Thoy would toll their men If you do not metaphor mortgagothirds of the farmers have no dbt whatever I do stand such a cut In wages I cannot emnot believe thero U 5 per cqnt of thorn ploy you more than half tha tlmo years old Ana that is what Mr Bryan proposes that owo a mortgage over three been no has for tho laboring masses of this community during which time there every that thoy take a dollar of loss purchasing chango In tho valuo of tho metal but shape of power so thnt employment will bocomo slnglo former is a creditor in the his own labors mora certain and tho chance of The Farmer m Malnetay of Order more frcquont If It were truo that This proposal oftha PopulUts is an at Â¬ a reduction In tho rate of wages would in creaso the chunco of employment I would tempt to onlUt tho farmer in a conspiracy to rod boo tha wage paid this labor that he not hlume Mr Bryuu for telling tho truth because howovcr unpalatable the truth may have a larger proportion of his own may bo I conceive it tho duty of any man products aud they are willing to out dawn who attempts to address his fellow cltlsens the wage of every man who works in cities novor to shrink from a statement of the who tolls at the beueh who dig la the wholo truth whatever may be tho conse Â¬ mines who manages tbo train la the hope that they eaa ride into power oa a quences to himself But ns a matter of fact a diminution wavo of cupidity sod greed awakened la in tho rato of wages does not lnrrutse the the breast of tho voter But my friends it is m triumphant vinscope of employment If this audience has done me the honor to follow me while I dication of American oltlseusblp that this explained the principle on which wages attempt to enlist the farming and agricul were fixed it must be clear that the more tural members of thiaoomaiiUBlty Into this failed miserably utterly abundant the product the higher the oonsplraey absolutely JTwjr weotosf Uto walfa l wages There cannot bo nn Abundant prod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now If everything In this world or in this country Including labor bo Increased in valuo tomorrow In like proportion not keep 20 por cunt of Its deposits In rcsorvo ono of us would bo affected at all If thnt that tho very business of banking Is tho was Mr Bryans schemo ho would novcr business of being In dobt It is the business havo a Populist nomination to glvo him of dealing with other peoplos money and Importance In the oyes of this community of courso tho money that It deals with Is If thnt wcro all that ho meant ho would tho monoy that It owes to its depositors But tho laborer is always a creditor for not Ixi supporting It and I would not bo at least onn days work When any man taking tho trouble to opposo It If everything in tho world bo increased can show me n laborer who has been paid 10 per cent Iu valuo why wo would pay 10 In advance for a dars work I will show But overy per cent iu addition for what wo would him a luborer who is a debtor buy nnd get 10 er cent moro for whnt wo laborer thnt I havu ever known In my ex would sell and we would bo oxactly In tho perience overy laborer of whom I havo Â¬ thing Creditor I remember in a discussion in tho houso of representatives I was advancing tho proposition that a bunker Iu the nature of things was a debtor and I was Interrupted by Mr Bryuu who put to mo n question which contains exactly tho samo statement as thut which he mado here in his speech a week ago Ho naked me I would like to ask tho gentleman whether it Is not truo thnt overy solvent bank bus for every dollar that it owes cither some bodys noto or tbo money In tlio vault and its own capltul licsidcs Now my uuswer to that I can gho hero Tho loans and resources of a solvent liauk taken together must oxceed Its liabilities Tho excess represents the capital and prof It But ns between their debts und their tredtts all banks aro dobtors which my friends will be apparent to you lu n mo ment If you consider that a bunk must Â¬ necessarily menus prosperity Fanner Tempted to War nn tabor Mr Brynn on tho other hand would havo you belle vo that prosperity Is ad vanced by chcuicnlng the rato of wage but the fall in the rato of wages always comes from a narrow production and narrow production mains thero Is llttlo demand for labor in tho market When after the panic of 1878 tha prlco of la lior fell to DO conts a iluy It was hard er to obtain lalxir than when tho rato of labor wnH 2 and thodlffcrcnec between the Populist who Hceks to cut dowu tho rato of wnges and tho Deinuciiit who seeks to protect It Is that tha Democrat licllavcs that high wages nnd prosperity nro synonymous nnd tho Populist wants to cut tho rato of wages Iu order that ho may tempt tha farmer to mnko war upon his own worktiigmcn Well but tho Populist tolls us nnd Mr Bryuu lends tho van that It isthocrcdltnr thut he Is nfter that the creditor Is the person whoso dobt ho wnnts to cut down And Mr Brynn makes nn elaborate argument to show that when his system of coin ngo shnll have been completed his standard of vnluo shall hnvo been changed then the debtor will havo an option as to which metal ho will pay his debt In that Is to say ho shall lie ixirmlttod by tho law to commit an act of dishonesty Part of Money In Measuring Iebt In order that you should understand just hown change In tho standard of valuo enable mon to cheat their creditors you havo to consider tho function which monoy plays in measuring debts If I had paid 10 for ten yarls of cloth to bo delivered to mo next vcek nnd in tho Interim tho government should pass a law declaring that hereafter the yard measure should conilitof lb Inches and that all existing contracts should bu settled In that system of measure 1 would be chcntcdout of half of tho cloth for which I had mid If on the other hand I owed a cloth merchant for ten yimN of cloth which ho hod deliv- Â¬ ered to mo and which was pnyablo next week and In tho meantime tho government would chnngo tho standard of vnluo and cut down tho unit of colnnge ono hnlf then I would Mittlo thnt debt for C and tho cloth merchant would havo been cheated Thnt is just whnt this monsuro proposes to do and the Important question that arises to the workman of this country Is Just who are tho creditors nnd who nro tho debtors in this land Now tho Populist loves to say that tho creditor is n person who oppresses the western farmer Ho loves to paint hlm as loud of dress course of feature gaudy of ornament nnd with a He loves to cruel expression on his faco dccliro thut tho money lender and tho creditor aro always synonymous expressions but us n mutter of fact tho creditors of this country are not tho bankers they aro not tho so called capitalists Thoy uro tho laborers and it Is ut the expense of labor that this chango is made The Hanker a Debtor the Laborer a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uct unless labor Is extensively employed You cannot havo high wages unleM there Is an extensUo production In over department of Industry nnd that Is why t claim that tho wages nro tha one sola test of n countrys condition that high wnges moan abundant protection undahundutiro 1800 nnd 1003 fell Into Good Advice Jntsrlor journal 1 the national Democrats show no more strength elsewhere than here nntl Judging from tlio wny tlio reports were doctored lu tho Louiavillo pa pers with reterenco to the conventions Saturday thoy aro not very strong nny where tho third ticket will do tlio Chicago ticket very llttlo damage In fact it may do It help for many who will voto that ticket might go so far as to voto for McKlnley if it wero not In tho field Though wo aro convinced of the unwisdom of their courage we have no juarrel with tlio majority o the peo- Â¬ ple uniting In thu movement Most o lliem honest patriotic mon who feel Outraged liy what they declare are do pnrltirf h from tho established precedents and principles of tho party For such wo have high rtspect but there art those among them who for the eako of a little brief notoriety havo gone Into the movement and seek to adverllso themselves at tho expense of the party to which they owo everything old hacks who but for the opportunnywctlld never be heard of again For tin so wo havo more pity than execration because they are only human nnd it must bo paliiful tc feel that ono hns fallen utter ly Into InnocuotiB desuetude The Courier Journal Times and Post are do- Â¬ ing tlielr utmost to show that Saturdays performance was a tremendous upheavel of popular sentiment but It wont work Either their correspondents have falsified or they have made them or elso the Cincinnati Emmlrers reporters aro wil- Â¬ ful liars The holding of tho Logan county meeting before the day set was to give the cue for the other counties and the naming of every sound money Ii in ocrat In the county ns delegates whether they took part In the meeting or not was for the purpose of magnifying the move- Â¬ ment and giving it tone and chnrsebir That there Is much discontent It is true but the disairectlou Is not near as bad as it is made out to bo by the paperewhlcli seem determined to carry their point or shatter the party We are depending lion ever upon the good sense of tho people and shall hope that when the final action comes they will have seen the error of their way and will put their cross under the Bryan and Sewall elec- Â¬ tors who we predict will carry the State by n good msjority Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Tho people havo long sinco learned that the niott disagreeable medicines are not necessarily the best In fact as a rule thoy are not What is wanted Is something mild and sure such as Chain berllans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy That is really pleasant to tnko when reduced with water and sweetened Thon it Is acknowledged everywhere to bo tho most successful remedy in the world for bowel complaints Ask any number of druggists for the best remedy they have for diarrhoea aud fully nine out of ten will recommend CliutnberliiinV In ppeaking of this medicine Mr B B Bufluni of FriondavilleSiiHiuehaniia Co ia says We have used It In our family for pain In the stomach colic ami diarrhoea and found It to bo a most effective reme- Â¬ dy For sale by A It Fisher druggist An Old Favorite With New Features It is announced that the publishers of the old standard eclectic weekly Lit thms Iivinii Aue founded by E Lit toll in 1814 are about to introduce sever- Â¬ al new and valuable features In their magazine The most Important of theso is u Monthly Supplement given without additional cost to the subscribers which will contain Keadiugs from American Magazines Headings from New Books and also a list of Books of the Mouth It is also proposed to extend thrlr Held by giving occasional translations of note- Â¬ worthy articles from tho French tfer man Spanish and Italian reviews and Â¬ magazines A years subscription to The Living Auk will thon include nioio than thirty live hundred pages filled with tho best things in current periodical and gener- Â¬ al literature and making f jur large vol- Â¬ umes for only six dollars Each of the weekly numbers of the magazine contains sixty four pages Fic- Â¬ tion travel esays biography poetry and a wide range of general discussion and information aro Included in tlio contents To now subscribers remitting before Nov 1st In which month the first of these now featuras will be introduced will bo sent gratis the intervening week- Â¬ ly issues from date of payment Address Tub Living Auo Co 13 Bromfleld St Iljston Mb Somo years ago when suffering with an uncommonly severe attack of dia- Â¬ rrhoea Mr W B Gulnnlp of Atco la received through the mall a sample bot- Â¬ tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says I found It to be one of the best eflectivo rotnedles I oyer used It gave me al- Â¬ most immediate relief It has no super- Â¬ ior and I think no equal No bad effects follow the use of this remedy It is the most porfect remedy ever produced for bowel complaints for sale at 25 and 60 cents per bottle by A It Fisher druggist it Â¬ Hanna Corn McKinley Goldbug Current Price 20c Wneat Oats Tobacco Effgn 60c 10c 60c to 2 6c t These prices will prevail until we hear from Lombard street The People of Ekron Know Scott u After utir Wool Uc tuc What Â¬ lUwtiylllo PWlnJealor W 8 Morrlaouof Oironeboro was here yesterday and left an order for the Oir cult Judgus chair to bo upholstered aud his lovo for the fair sex is bo great that he want the picture of the QoddM j Â¬ hs ofjiwtice that nnciHfroa the wU relsetated Its hard to UMewwUy wLjrfr he U after l f f t P rf TMEX Breckenridge News BREOKENRIDGR NEIWS GLOYKRPORT KY ANY WIFE TO ANY HUSBAND If I were dead and cmld not feel Your kUse or your t or upon my facn If nil the world could islvn of woo or weal Could find within my hrart no re tlnc place Yott would not think of nuy bitter ou would not chide mo for n cnrrlMia word Tou could not be ao cruel at thn liwl As to condemn me unconfraaod unheard If I were lying wrapt about In white With flowers all around me on niy breast And In my hands and on my fact tho light That anpela ahel npon their tlend at real If I wcru lying thus nnd one should any cinch bitter things as you havo said to inn With stprnnt anger you would drive away Thitonu and awear twere all base calumny my heart be not Ill ibvre rcbabo yon Ithoughmay bn astray fall too not chide I Experience yet may teach a bitter echool Mo what to do and what reliance to any And yet I a k you humbly tenderly If 1 should nmw cr ncrcrmom your evil Would ou not gricTn of nil incut bitterly lor words and deeds th it am beyond rercvllr Fvamuua Weekly V Gone Home rUFE EISELE3 0ILLIARD BAILS At half past four oclock July 17 1SD0 they Wert Not I Tory or Celluloid mid the homo of Mr nnd Mrs J II Hestler WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1800 Ver Never Turned was made sad by the death of their little nowdxs it come that you haToml baby boy aged fourteen months In akctl whito nnd bine billiard ball Democratic Platform spile of every cllort made by devoted tho whip Rihamnti of Hnfe nisclc who keeps tho Dmnt Houo nt Sloop Creek parent and kind friends and the skill TI kinder cxtrnortlinnry nint it ot our experienced physician Dr J II But Kiniehow or another Utile ono was called nwny THE DEMOCAATIC IDEA IS TO said Ilnfu Ve tlio Democrnts of tho United StntrS Frymire tho extraordinary things happen down here In nntlonil convention n onillctl tlo nv to brighter realms of Glory Truly it is ELEVATE THE MASSES You wouldnt believe it if I told yon nfllrm onr nllrglnnce to thono treat essen Â¬ said A babe in heaven is an angel for- Â¬ that I hud them balls nfore I had tho tial principles nt Justice nml lllort y upon Hardly had tho little one Wen tabic I bonght tho table for 40 from which our Institutions nro founded nml ever Dart Grcculraf nnd be won it iiturifllo laid to rest until death laid bis iry hands THEN ALL ARE PROSPEROUS which tho Democratic party has innln up to Anbury That tables vrnth plain tnlnctl from Jefferson tlmo to our own- - on little Jessie July 22 and claimed him freedom of speech freedom of press free Â¬ for his victim be being the second son 250 nixl tbo balls is just n gift of nadom of conscience tho preservation of by a pcoial net of Provi Â¬ of Mr and Mts J II Hestler aged nine The Republican Theory Is to Legis- Â¬ ture cotno personal right the equality of nil citizen dence you might say You noycr sen and eleven months Little Jessie before thelnvv anil the faithful ousorranco years They nint balls of constitutional limitations late For Wealth With the Work- Â¬ Ivory just liko them before claimed nil through bis sickneffl he nnd they aint ccllnloid If they IteoognUlnR that the money question Is would never pet well bnt boro bis suf- Â¬ was ccllnloid they wouldnt bo here ing Classes Looking to paramount to nil others at this tlmp vt now They nint thW patent putty com turtle nttcutlnn to the fact that the fill ferings patiently for a child of bin age jositiru that they make cheap pool balls cral constitution names tlher nml gold told mamma to eive to brother George of cither Just what iby are I aint together ns tho money inetnls of tho lint she htd intended for him for be Thoir Employers For What Bounty prepared to say and I Vpcct that tho United States und that tin Hot colnatro would never need any more earthly law paweil hy connrcss under tho constinature of tho material theso were made They May Choose to Bostow would say tution mndo the hllver dollar tho unit of things To the parents I from Ij changed from what it wai nt value nml admitted gold to freo eoltinfro Your children await your coming only Cist Two Theories of nt n ratio measured by the silver dollar more radiently beautiful around the Ill tell yon how I coino by cm aud unit Great white Thronewbere the redeem Â¬ yortll learn what extraordinary tilings We declare that tho net of 1ST3 demone- Â¬ can happen down hcreawnys A year Prepare to meet them tizing silver without tho knowledge or ed alone stand GOVERNMENT CONTRASTED ago tho 13th of June there was a party npproTal of the American people has re-Â¬ yon can go to them but they cannot sulted In the appreciation of gold and a come to you of Brooklyn fellows down here and corresponding fall fn tho prices of com Â¬ they set out for a good time They Little ones arc called In let rem There are two ideas of government modities produced by the ieoplo n heavy Irom this world of care and sin There nre thoso who believe that if you fetched cnrcH anil chip with them and incrtwo In tho burden of taxation and of in Up In heaven to Ihe with Jefus just legislate to make thu well to do loWed to play poker until 4 oclockI sot nil debts public and private the enrich- Â¬ Would you call them back again t prospcroas their prosperity will leak tho morning nnd then go fishing ment of tho money lending class nt homa up with them nnd took n hand in tbo A l KIKSn and abroad n paralysis of Industry and through on tho5 bolow Tho DemocratImpoverishment of the people IgSOLUTIONSIf IKsTkCT ic idea has been that if you legislate to game Wc were petting nt that round table nnd it was pushed over hi the corWo nre unutterably opposed to tho mnko tho mascs prosperous their pros Long Wiierk A The angel of death has perity will find its way np nnd through ner between them windows tingle gld standard vlilch has locked fast the prosperity of nn Industrious jwo lately isitcd our community and claim every class and 13 oclock I ret upon it William nbout crowd when was mixing drinks Jold ed for bis victim litte Jesse Hestler son plo in the paralysis of hard times I bean thunder nnd for tho J Dry an in tho Chicngo Convention monometallism is a Urltlxh policy found of Mr ami Mrs John Hestler Iu this telling contrast Mr Bryan has nintteriu und seo flashes of lightning ed UHn British greed for gain and power HefJmt That we bis friends as well uttered not only an epigram but a sci- Â¬ I told them fellows theyd better uiovo nnd lis general adoption bus brought other nations Into ilunuclnl sorWtude to as his family sadly miss hint from our entific formula Tiio Republican theory nwny from tho wiudowa hut they laughed at me Iiidon It It not only un American but our loss is bis of tbo relations of tho government with Ono fellow had been winning right iintl American nnd it can be fattened midst and yet we realiz tho national prwpt rity is and him been upon the United States only by the stilling eternal gain literally as ho slates it Tho influenco straight along Ho had n big ptlo of of that indomitable hplrit nnd love of lib irtofrvt That by bis death we have of this theory has been especially marked chips iu front of him and they Was iu erty which proclaimed our political Inde- bis way So ho began sucking thorn up Hudence In 1770 and won it in the war of lost one of our little Sunday School in tho tariff policy with which tbo name according to color aud laid 25 of each members nnd that the little find bo of William McKinley has been conspic kind in stacks side by sido on tho win- Â¬ the revolution We demand tho immediate restoration early plucked will bloom in radiance in uously identified Nobody pretends thnt broko Meanwhile tho of the free and unlimited coiuagu of gold a fairer world than this there is anything in nuy tariff law that dow sill lightning played storm around hob and the and silver nt tho present legal ratio of 10 gives anything directly to a workman litnAud That we the members of got kinder scared to 1 without waiting for tho aid or con- Â¬ shopkeeper or clerk ami it cannot bo tbo house Tho party sent of any other nation We demand Shiloh Sunday School do extend to bla seriously maintained that such laws and jumped up promptly when I pro- Â¬ that the standard slher dollar shall bo it parents brothers and sisters whose contain nny direct benefits for farmers posed to ull to go to tho bar and havo u full legal tender equally with gold for hearts we know are grieved our deepest bcltingout glasses Tho benefits of a high tariff according drink I was just a swish of tho ull debts public or prhute und wu favor lightning sympathy and say to them grieve no to its advocate descend upon tho when there waswhole us will prevent tho such legislation air bine I didnt turned the demonetization of any kind of legal ten Â¬ more for God knows best remember the macs by way of tho largo employers that any thuuder bnt I sco big balls of hear der money by private contract Lord giveth and the Lord taketb of labor Tho tariff enables tbo manudancing round tho room and ono Wo are opposed to the jwlicy and prac Â¬ facturers nud initio owners to tax tbo fire hit of surrendering to the holders of tin away tice community nnd then by tho hypothesis of them mo me right on tho breast and cf aflltclwn Hi da or down behind tho bar Ev Â¬ obligations of tho United Mates the op they impulsively divide thoir gains with knocked Ihe tU ami nighuuf tlitrt wxs tion nwnul by law to the government m tho form of higher ery man in the room bull hit plumb in their workmen We sec him in anguish no im rc of redeeming such obligations In lithur of fire aud tho gizzard with a wages nntl the workmen iu turn shed Hes gained his happy let rase silver coin or gold coin knocked flat I dont know iiow long it prosperity among tho tradesmen nnd was before wo all llts konl hat now talen it flight We are opposed to the Usuing of Interc t coino to and took our Io mansions of glory it bote iHjnring Iwuds of the United Mates In fanners I do know the storm To mfngTe with angels of light times of peace nnd condemn the tnilllck From tho foundation of our govern Â¬ drinks but I looked that nnd was round passed Ami tlwe in the Kingdom of loc ing of banking syndicates w hich in ex ment tho two ideas to which Mr Bryan had surprised to find that nothing had been change for bund and nt an enormous refers linvo striven for tho mastery Tho hurt After tho fellows all took their profit to thenisehos supply tho federal Â¬ old Federalists of whom tho Republic olutions drinks they wanted to play jxiker ngaiu treasury with gold to maintain the polity iiUMim ISvMIAM J ans of today are tho legitimntn descend of gold monometallism nnd started for tho table There tho felants believed in an ordered hierarchy low that had wou mot of tho chips put Congress alone has the power to coin A little daughter of Mr Lewis Dayton of society with tho gentleman of propnnd lesue money and lresld nt Jntkson an old and much respected citizen of erty at tho top and tho working masses up a holler nbout them Ho said dome declared that this power could not be del Darnilz It occasionally has trouble looking to hint for guidance employ- Â¬ body bad got em egated to corporations or individuals I didnt blicvo that possible and I We therefore demand that the power to with bur fctomacli which givts her con- Â¬ ment and protection Tako enro of tho told him that the lightning bad prob- Â¬ isMie notes be taken from tho bunks and siderable distress In speaking of it Mr gentlemen was their motto and tho ably knocked thtm otTen tho window that all paper money shall bo issued di Dayton said As soon as she has un gentlemen will tnko rare of tho people silL Then ho looked on the floor under rwUly by the trcnury department Wu hold that tarllf dutie nhould bo attack we give her a dose of Chamber- Â¬ Their ideal was tho benevolent squire tho table aud Mid I dont sco no chips living landed estates levied solely for tho purpuso of revenue lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea roundedon hislinppy loyal and and sur hat heros a billiard ball and he picked reverent up a red hall Now I novcr had a bilby u and that taxation should lie limited by Itemed and it lias never failed to retenantry to whom the gracious lady of the needs of the goprmuent liuiiiMl lieve her promptly We all use it in tho hall wonld tako delicacies when liard ball in my houo before aud I find economically ndmlnUten d We du thought that lie was playing a trick on iiuttuee as dinturblug the business tliu our family with tho same good result they were sick aud who would con Â¬ mc nutil ono of tho other fellows moved Iteptllilloan threat to restore tliu MeKlu For Bale by A It Fisher druggist tentedly tako up their abode in tho bis feet und rolled n whito bull out on ley law whUh has been twice tondeumetl workhonso when they were old tho floor I picked it np nnd found it by the people in national t leetlons and Opposed to tho Federalist idea was was hot A tuinnto later Ike Hicks gavn READ which elicited under the false plea of pro that of tho untamed Democracy which n whoop and held up a hi no billiard tection to home Industry prued a held that every man wus tho best guardproliflc breeder of trusts and monopolies ball saying it ww the first ho ever seen enricheil the few at tho expeuo of tho What Frank H Cooper a Member ian of liis own fortunes nnd which in his life Then it come to us ull nt many roitrleted trado ami deprlvwl tho usked nothing of its betters but once that the lightning had struck them of the Largest Retail Mercan- Â¬ prodiivurs of the grunt American staples plain ordinary civility mid littlo of poker chips and melted cm into solid of access to tin ir national markets Lu Tho clerical editorial and ora- ball Praps they nint quite ns regular that tile Establishment the money question Is settled wo nro til torical fishwives of today could havo at some bnt they answer nil our pur nppotesl to any agitation for further taught tho alarmed respectability of Ycrc iuu -- iv v ihangvs lu our tariff laws exuept such as In the World Says About the that timo nothing in tho way of nbusn icsts ueeestary to make up thedellcltiu revlire of tho demagogues whoso revolutionary enue oauted by the adverse deoUiun of tho White Metal Y n csuinut ai yni have tried doctrines woio subverting tho order of supreme court on the income tax There bociety Bat tho Democratic idea won VHttthiiiit firjmir lnmatsm until Would have been no deficit lu federal revenue during the lat two years but for Frank II Cooper of the big firm of nnd becanio tho basis of our system of n Iihvh tk u sfVIMlK Hundreds the annulment by tho supreme court of Hegel Coopjr A Co of Chicato and government Up to the timo when tho I Hvh c hw of ihistsinpNintb the the income tax law placed upon tho stat Â¬ New York tae largest retail firm in the Republican party was captured by tho iw- - i f - IiHk hIihih lliev wern ad- Â¬ ute books by a Democratic congress plutocracy it had created tho peoplo mitted mi iMtimi at the Worlds Fair The obstruction to an income tax which world has just returned from Km ope tho supreme court discovered In the con In an interview wth a reporter for were recognized as tho sourcoof nation- ns a btaiulnitl cathartic stltution nfler It had lulu hidden for n Columbus 0 Press Mr Cooper talks al power nnd wealth Nor lravo they given up that idea yet It is hard to hundred years must bo removed to tho end that accumulated wealth may bo in the following strain on the money make a dependent peasantry and proleART AMONG THE ESKIMOS mention made to bear Its just share of the burdens tariat of a raco bred for generations to of the government Wo therefore fnvor I cant sen anything but good to re carvo its own way in govern in out and Clever Carver In Ivory aud aomu Who un amendment to tho federal constituCan Sketch industry Hiilt from the free coinage of silver tion that will permit the levy of un In Haiti Even if tbo nvcrago millionaire were as wo Wu did much entertaining Mr Copper True it will beue come tux burhting witli philanthropic impulses were coutiuuully visited by different Wo hold that the most efficient way of fit the miners and benefit the Wtat It protecting American labor Is to prevent will givu the farmer money it will aud never would consent to riso without members of tho tribe of 200 or more pulling up everybody below him it Thoy wcro content to sit nud shoro tho tho linjtortatlon of foreign piupur labor make better prices for farm products would still bo repugnant to American warmth and Abetter of our houso and to compete with It In tho homo market and that the value of the home market to it will make the farmer a hujer in our instincts to have a crowbar inserted in gazo on the curious things it contained our American farmers nnd urticans is markets tho social fabric to lift tho top iu tho Thoy would turn tho pages of a magii greatly reduced by n vicious monetary Times can be no worso than they expectation that tho rest wjuld follow zino by tho hour and holding the book system which depressed the prloes of their Tho more natural way is to lift everyupaido down ask uucbtiomi about pic- Â¬ Â¬ products below tho cost of production are at present Our currency is not ex- thing nt onco by raising tho base But tures What particularly pleaned them und thus deprives them of thu meuus of pansive enough for the demands o the cases have been known in which men of was uuy tiling in tho dhnpoof gnu knife itlfylng their needs people France has 10 per capita of Of eating thoy never We denounce the profligate waste of money in circulation and its people are wealth havo risen without exerting or auimutiitiou themselves to pall anybody clso with tired Thu amount of food they con money wrung from the people by oppress We have -- 0 them This fact intensifies tbo popular sumed wus astonishing and thoy par- Â¬ ive taxation und the lavih appropriations prosperous nnd happy per capita We need more money and distasto for tho Republican plan of rais ticularly reveled in our coffee biscuit of recent Republican congresses which have kept tuxes high while the labor that free coinage will put an end to business ing society by tho top There is a prev- Â¬ and pemmicau This lovo was mani kits them is unemployed and the prod stagnation Our factories are closed and alent fear that tbo advantages bestowed fested by u Utile ditty that they song ucts of tho people J toll are depressed In upon tho upper classes may not got quito often prlco till they no longer repay tho cost of our artisans and merchants are out of themselves evenly distributed after all More money will make higher work production Wo demand a return to that Ub ncnfcfkuin Â¬ simplicity and oconomy which best betlu prhcn better demand for goods and a Tho masses prefer to make sure by hav Tho women uro very clover with tho ing tho process begin with them New n democratic government and a deduc revival of prosperity needle nud as most of us had udoptod York Journal tion in the number of Uioleis cilices tbi tho Iunuit boot of hcalnkiu which re Goods and products are too cheap suluries of which drain the substance of quired frequent mending they were al becauee people have no money to buy J he people ASK the recovered Wo denounce arbitrary Interference by Lines of goods have pecn reduced more djipeptlct bilious ways iu demamt In mechanical iugo federal authorities In local affairs as u vioiuIcrtr victims of unity thoy uro rcmarkuble Both men feter nnd tuc the and women are carvers in ivory and lation of tho constitution of the United than 0 per cent lu the past six months mercurial d Wealed With free silver and the price of wheat Motes and u crime against froe Instltti tho tiny figures human oa well as ani patient how tbey re tlons cud we epeolnny object to govern and corn would enhance iu value Dol- Â¬ covered health cheer mal that they fashion in this material by Injunction ns a ninv and dang r ful iiitiu nnd Rood went aimctitc thevi ten although somewhat crudo show no ous form of oppres Ion by width federal lar wheat for the farmer makes him look P3v Mm bv luklnt SIU- mean ability This skill is also to bo re judgos In contempt of the laws of thu at his clothes When they are frayed MUNS IIUU lLGU- - marked iu regard to tbo nso of tho pen- Â¬ IA1UU states and tho right of citizens liecoino they buy new He furnishes bis house cil Ono of them drew lit onco legislator Judgo and executioner if it is needed and so helps to start the The ChripMt Purest and fleet Petnlly Wo uro opposed to life tenure lu tho from memory a slenmer in perspective MedWne lit the WorlJI furnlturo factories going again It is so public scrvlm Wo favor appointments with tho retlectinnn in the water und OSSTIIATION lann Por In all lines Moro money tho greater dice nYSITISIA based upon merit llxcd terms of ofllco - Hit Colic that too in n suggestive nml artistic liliouMilaikSIlK III- - A1M-STOMACH nnd such nn udmlnlstrntlou of tho civil demand for goods A single gold stand Â¬ ItelilfUMii of brim hot It Fruuk WHbcrt Blokes in Century remedy U wuy hervico laws us will afford equal opportu ard would bring prices still lower and Heartburn etc cJin unri idled particle of warranted not to iniun n ninirle nities to all citizens of nscurtnlncd fltuoss or any mineral kiibmance but U MtkcUKi To make the complexion good aud the Wo declare It to bo tho unwritten low more disasters and failures fur tbo peo- Â¬ PLKKLY VliGKTAHLE of this republic established by custom ple We are partially upon a bimetallic containing those Southern Itouti and Ilerbi breath sweet uso Dr Hells Peppermint nnd usages of 100 years nnd sanctioned by basis now and that Is In a measure our which an all wie Providence lm placed In Chill Tonic It purifies the blood rids countries whero l Ivrr Ducasca most prevail the examples of thu greatest und wisest of enlvatlon Talking of fre silver our It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange Â¬ you of malaria and is an upbuilding tonic thoso who founded and huvo maintained ment ul Ihe Liver and llovveU aiding digestion Pleasant taste and our government that no man should bo mints could not turn out over 00000- Tho hYJIITOHS f liver Complaint are a 50c hitter or bad tatto In Ihe mouth 1aln In the pleasant eflect 1 to every InGuaranteed by eligible for a third term of thu pres- 000 per year less than llack bides or Joints often mistaken or Uticu idential olllco habitant Would that flood the coun- Â¬ tnatisrai our 6tonieclij Jos of Appetite all dealers Confiding In tho Justlco of ourcauio towels ccntiv nml lux Headache would restore prices confidence Lois of alternately with n painful scns itlun of Memory nnd tho necessity of Its success nt tho try It having failed do Minethinc Always la Sight of a 1anle aud resuscitate business Thats about have been doneto Dchllilyi Low which ought to polls wo submit tho foregoing principles Spirits a thick Considering tho scarcity of gold that und purposes to tho considerate judgment 1 thinkwlint free silver would do for us yellow appearance of tho rikin and nyes a ury lougn oiien misiaaen lor consumption it is controlled by a powerful syudlonto of the American people Wu Invito the We want to take care of ourselves first boraetime many of these symptoms attend support of nil citizens who approve them that can hourd it take it ont of tho the dlseaic at others very few but the II V IK nnd who dcslro to hare them made effect European countries art able to take care Is generallyInthe scat of the disease and If notÂ¬ country or scud it back wheuovor tbey ltegulated time great suflerlui wretched ive through legislation for tho relief of tho of themselves wish it doea seem to any unprejudiced ness and UliATII will ensue people and thu restoration of thu countrys The following highly esteemed personiattest height of folly to to the virtue of blmmuns liver HeguUtort thinking man tho jirosperlty Dr Jlells Peppermint Chill Tonic Gen W a Hull Pre Oa b W It R Cat Hev build a uaious Industries upon so in- Â¬ K hparke Alt secure so fickle bo insignificant baiis Why suffer with Coughs Colds and taatea good ia good and does good An J K felder IVrry lla l Col bheriU IlibbCo Uoytla C WasersonKi nun vieianucr ii nivpuens Lax ati ve Dkomo Quinine effectual positive and permanent cure ua VVa have tested Ita virtues personally and It leads to tho ineuanee of unlimited LaGrippe trlien -And spue Contains no know that or Uvsnensla biliousness and promises to pay gold eiuoe the quan- Â¬ will cure you in one day Does not pro for chills fever Headache It Is Ihe best medicine the tity of metal is far too small for com Â¬ ringing In tho bead like Sul Â¬ poison An anti malarial and an up-Â¬ Throbbing saw We tried forlv other remediel mercial transactions without credit dace tbo world ever building tonic a blood purifier An ap-Â¬ before Simmon Liver Regulator but none gave phate of Quinine Put up In tablets con- Â¬ and hence the world ia always within more digestion It makes the fnlor noxman mpurary relief but the Kegu only tc venient or taking Guaranteed to euro petizer aiding But uf B PB0 contingent npoii whoth- TiLlbUiril ANU AUubNOgK Taconluar Largo bottles 60o complexion good Jrice 25 Cents er money refunded ManuracruHtopMLV ur ir creditors demand cold or not iiovr Guaranteed by nil dealers ypr If vJoaruaL fOTawIe by A It Fisher f tt fIUN f O FhlUdtlphla fa Begin with LOIIISflLlG MAHKET HEPORTR Followliitf 1b the list TrUj The People LOTJlfVUlE KIT AugJS I6 Shipper ihoold mark all packages plalnlj with shippers nam and poit offlcs addreil DUTTKK Choice country Medium IcU l rMlirr ttstfrt Utertre Moore j Tie Man la Mark Hlaaley J Wtynun i AYfllewAiter 6 A Jtofrues 1 II Ilirraden In Ihe MeM IkJe Collins llfe The Duchess The Duchess lluah Conway 8 Called Hack 4 5 hklpslaal Ma EPIKIWII Cissmsry xaas Fresh FEATHEIVd Prime white goose Mixed Old Ho 1 dnok - P0ULTBT per lb Spring Chickens per do Uaeki per lb Oeete per doi P0TAT0KS Trhh per barrel New La Hweet potatoes per bbl r rom store Z to It cts higher Navy lleani per bushel Â¬ litis m - THE CLIFF RUINS OF COLORADO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 SoContndtteeonltes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Itrglnn of Kapeelat Intercut to Students ot thn Irehlstorlo Tho cliff ruins of tho San Juan and thu MuncoH huvo been tho center of attraction havo boon viewed from nil sides und their wonders havo been told and retold to tho world timo aud timo again Scientific men huvo visited tho region liavo penetrated southwestern Colorado nud have considered that sec tion a place of especial interest becanso the cliff nnd cave dwellings aro probably tho oldest in this straugo laud being the first bailt iu that mysterious journey Foathwurd of n great but unknown peo-Â¬ ple For 20 years the prospector has followed tho San Jnau river and gazed with careless unconcern on tho rough and broken walls so full of interest to tbo archnoologist But tho mind of tho prospector has no room for curios aud ho has no time Ho for nrchrcological investigation sees only tho glitter of tho gold in the Eand nnd thinks only of the time when ho shall have made his stake In No vember of 18012 hundreds of gold limit cm rushed madly into thu cauyon north of the Navajo mountain traveled 00 miles over bleak de ert tablelands suf- Â¬ fering terribly from tho cold hunger nnd tho long wearisome journey lu u few days tbey had staked off all tho available laud for GO miles up and down the rivir and thin returned heme with out having obtained so much as a color of gold nud today have nothing to show for it but tho stakes It is ono cf tho mast wildly pictur Cfqno and beautiful regions in tho world The bleak old Navajo mountain rises abruptly and towers liko u grim sentinel oer tho surrounding mesas while in n canyon gorgo more than U000 feet below its baso the liio San Juan aprearn like it silver thread Tho canyon is f eve nil miles wide utid a descent cm bo made to tbo river only by n precipitous trail hut ns tho river approaches tht- - gn ut Colorado tho canyon becomes mere narrow und tho wall moro perpendicular and wheu it merges into tho Grand canyon it is scarcely more than a deep dark channel A few miles from tho Colorado river whero tho canyou is not moro than 800 or 1000 feet from wall to wall nud whero the walls are perpendicular nud smooth on tho right wall nro tho pic- Â¬ tures of seven warriors with bows drawn to tho last notch whiio across the river on tho opposite sido ore tbo pictures of heven antelope apparently iu full run to ecupc the hunters Theso pictures nro well executed und aro in Ho most inaccessible places Evidently tho artist bad to bo lowered from a ledgo hundreds of feet above tho picturo nnd held suspended while bo performed his ti dioas task Thcro nro mnny places in the mystic southwest whero such paintings nro to bo found Denver Field nud Farm A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R00T8 ainieng Scnica Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood - II Vediled an4 Parted Charlotie M Ilrsetue Georee Manville 1ena i j The ILir of Diamonds tjThe llttoroon MlvvM K 11 rat don 9 jp A Coniun Hojlc 14 A Sl nly In Scarlet betters Mrs it Korvinir theMoney Wil VieAiesmdcr 41 49 16 My Intlcs Collins Chailotte M llricmc iTheMiidownfaSin 26 S 36 iBllieCricietonthe Iltaith Charles Dkkens 0 16 M Dahn2 Charlotte Mlirarme 9 - 36 00 eo Tne Squiresnnd doutteace Chailes Ucade bmglehart Giaie Mrs I It nry Wood st Mrs Alexander ss Wife Maid or Widow T jj lllack lleiuly Anna Sewell 1 2603 00 ei Ideals Sarah Graml rtlrxindjr Dumn 13 jcCiioiille I2H U llet Last Th ow he Du hes 3 50QIUU Mi n in a Itoat Jerome K Jerome t 1 hrcc I hn Duchess as The Honorable Mr Vecker elf Stanley 1 Wt j man so Tie llnnie nf the 76 J 3oCharlotte lemjlc Mrs Knwson 2 Soft 3 00 Charlotte M Ilrseme i The Misllercd Idol 2001 3 Derrick VauRhn Noveliit Una Ivn I Mystery of No ij Helen II Mathers 31 The John Strange Winter 34 He Went for a Sol Her 7 The Duchess 35 The Haunted Chatnl er Hnwley Sm irt 36 Clevtrlv Won 2 76 2 40 Fortune Huronce Warden 37 Duilsa John Strange Winter 38 Duma Korgtl 64 Chatlutlo M llracinc s Kirnr 39 Tliu Of Cliarlotto M llrnemu 40 A Gulden I liar I 21 Her Only bin charlotie M lliaeme 41 b 5 fa J KJe 41 I hi Idle Thoughts of un Idle Kellow 10 - 8 oA WlcktdUlil Maryletllllay lolLicktotheUld Home Maiy Cecil liny 3 tf 14 Iay 4 -- 1 lir 1 3K 2 FIBbD SEEDS Timothy per iashel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Bed Tap pei bushel Orchard Grass per bushel bushel Blue Iran fancy Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Setj Yellow per bushel 180 4 26 3 00 86 pr 110 86 66 126 2 60 White HIDES Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good 8 10 10 9 11 Hi Sheepskins WOOL 040 Tub washed Grease fine Burry Black MISCELLANEOUS Burry and Cots Tallow Beoiwaz Sorghum 21 16 16 Out 13 13 11 10 8 26 Molasses 4K 16 US 30 Louisville HendersonSt Louis FiyCo The Duchess 1 he Duchess The Duchess The Duchess 46 l oys Iord llerresford Itobcrt Iluch1n1n 4 the Moment Alter W Clark Hussell 48 A Mairiage nt Sea Hy the author Jver and Lord 49 A Ma l love jOThe Ulhtr Mans Wile John Mrange Winter Charlotte M Uraeine 31 On Her Wedding Morn Jerome K Jerome 5s MageLand Hawlev Smart 53 Struck Duwn Klorrence Marrvau 54 A Slur und a Heart Tne Duchess 55 Swn t is 1 rue live DEnnrry 36 The Two Orphans Die Duchess 37 A rrtutilesome Girl Count Iynl Tolstoi 38 Two Generations neatrlce HxrrxJcn 59 At Ihe fireen Drscun Co Slnirnlirly Hcludnl Sarah llrand 61 TlielllreJ llaby Jlsrle rortlll 62 The Tour or the World In 80 ll Jolrt Verne Mrs Uhphan 63 A 1 itile lllgrlm D Christie Murray 64 lly the Gate or the ei 6j A Maiden I air Cliarles Gibho 6 Ihe Itnman eof a Poor Young Man Octave leuUlct R M Ilallantvne 7 The Hetl lric It M Uillantyne 08 the 1irellrigade It M lUllantync 69 Krllne the Hold Dora Husstl 70 Koe Iteming k Marvel 71 lleveriesofa llachclor MssM E HradJon 71 Under the Hed Flae j 1 he Little School master Maik J H Short house M G Wightniclc 74 Mrs Carts Companion T Adolphus Trollops 7 tliamood Cut DlamonH The Duchess 76 Monica and A Hose Distilled and other Sketckes Ouia 77 Afternoon Charles Dickens 78 Master Hit pheys Clock The 79 The Witchirg Hour aud other stoiies Duchess R E Prsnclllon SnA Great Heiress Si 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lltiiks of Victoria was in tho city Mondny Vacant rooms for rent Apply to Olios Lishen Democracy Tho Pure Genufno Artlclo Moots In Convention at Hardins- - BIG SPRING Padgett anJ Drown Nupllala MIs Battle Mrs Fillx Tutfs Pills Cure All Liver Ills ARE YOU wm CREAM pMimmmmmiimmmmmmmttg ball park ban fallen Clarkson In Brandenburg Slpcs Returns Home bury Tajlor Casoy bos moved back on his farm near here Mrs Ellen Robinson of Vine Grove Tho Democrat of Urerkenridgo conn is visiting T U Monmuii Drs Hardin A Wtld r dentists will ty pure and undellled met in Dohgde bo hero Aug 28 to practice their pro- Â¬ Convention at Hardinehurg last Monday There were speeches and enthusiasm ga- Â¬ fession Mr and Mis J W Hardin left for lore Every Democrat present had Ida working clothes ou cocked and primed Rome Indiana last Friday to visit her for tho enemy Splendid reports came mother Mrs Shoemaker Warner Shacklett of Ekron was hero in from every precinct showing that the causo of silver nnd Demociaey is yet last Wednesday in the interest of his all vo in tho land and on w inning grounds school He was accompauifd by Mr and that old Bfeckcnrldgo will roll up Wailleld William Padgett aud Miss Myttle in Novcmbor with her banner unfurled and the Deriocratlc hosts marching to Brown were married at the Baptist church by Rev Gocbel last Wednesday victory Chairman Whit worth called the con morning John Carler who was called to the vention to order He stated tho object of the meeting the election of doh gates bedside of his sister Mrs Graham near Henderson Ky last week returned to the District Convention at Elizabeth home last Thursday town Mr Guy aud Miss Daisy Mcador went On motion K 0 Uiclmrdson wpb cho- Â¬ sen temporary chairman and Jno D to Elizabcthtown lost Saturday to visit They will be Miss Fronie Clnrkson Jtabbage secretary The chairman on motion appoint d gone about one week Gabe Meador Jr and Miss Kitty the following committees Credentials Jo Mullen It T Owen Clarkson attended thepici icat llraudeii- L K Adklsson Dolph Jours Dr Milton burg lost Saturday els Measrs John Board and Thos Drane Meador and Jim Sanders Permanent OrganzUion W S Cart Misses Ladle and Jennie Clarkson left Will Miller J A Barry Jno Cook J for Louisville last Thursday where they T F Owe j Jno Coleman j lined an exclusion party for Cincinnati Resolutions W E MinorGus Brown lhey will be gone about a week J P Stewart Dr Sam OBryan N Mc Miss Bettle Clarkson one of Big Springs 0 Mercer Jno Carter most popular and charming young ladies While the committees were out the is visiting in Brandenburg She will convention was warmed up with elo- Â¬ visit Elizibethtown before returning quent and enthusiastic speeches by tho home tiou V E Minor Gus Brown and Mrs Jacobs Mrs Lyons and Mrs Judge Mercer They made strong ap peals in behalf of silver and tlio cause Dlnkelspeil who have been the guests of Mrs Meyer for several weeks return- Â¬ of the people to their home at Louisville lost The Committee on credentials reported ed Thursday all the prtcincts represented save Bow Allen Frilz of I oulaville who has leyville nnd wero entitled to seats on been visiting his aunt Mrs Harry Miller the lloor of tho convention The Committee on permanent organi returned home liflft Monday accompanied zation reported for Chairman Judge by his sister Miss Jennie who has buen here several weeks Milton Board and Jno D Babbngn Rev W W Le of Lexington who is Secretary The Committee on resolutions made ivsisting Bro Goehel in the protracted the following report which was adopted meeting at the Baptist church is preach Â¬ ing somo very able sermons and much ItKSOIUTIONB the Democracy of Ilieckeniidgit county through interest is being manifested UNANIMOUS FOR DAVE MURRAY I Memorandum Of Useful Articles you may Need BANKRUPTinhcalth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so BAKING POWDftt MOST A 2r a Prices that wont Begger Your Purse is at 53 z - PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tnrtnr Powder Free bom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant SatnBakorof Patesville city yesterday Itev Donald was in the Tutts Liver NEVER DESPAIR Pills will cure you 40 Years the Standard For sick headache dyspepsia malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Grant went to Grand B CLOTHINGS It - npV nJnrtnQ Thc Lfili VliTO j that soon wear out Z g- a fit not only for looks hut for the poor 11111111 Clothes Breckenridge News 20 1890 WEDNE8DAY AUGUST PERSONAL Frank Ferry U In tba ctty The Katie came In jestarday Ollle Tiusojr li In Hardlraburg Miss Ella Witt hai returned home John Iilllaril went to Lculsfllle yesterday 1olk 1 Oregorj have a Lrand new delWerjr W II Uowiner wont t Addison Sun Â¬ Mr day John Heubeaur spent Sunday In Owens boro Viow lost week Tho Tar Springs has ceased lo ho a placo of attraction Mrs Den Duncan has taken rooms over tho old Bank building Miss Edna Harrington of Muldraugh is visiting her sister Mrs J T Seymour Mrs L V Adams of Loulsvillo is vis Â¬ iter parents Mr and Mre D V Wilson sour stomach g cflcct on the piiccs of bargains Summer Fancies in Dry Goods j10t weather has had Its They have mcllcil away into unheard Tutfs Liver Pills an absolute cure LYON A I Z s Mens Furnishings still SHOES nnd Summer melts the Collars and Cuflh Try a cool Outing Shirt with thc Culls and Collars to match lin Si The kind that fits thc feet case the mind dont deplete the purse now-a-ilay- Iter borne S Q Shelley and nlfe have returned A M Pulllam llardlniburg was In the city Sunday Capt Nat All cf Mowcruia III was In the city Alonday Mil Jamei G Harris and children have returned homo 0 L Knight and wife returned from Mawei vllle Saturday Mri Arthur Ford came down last week to Uncle Sammy Johnson went to Sample Sunday looking as spry as a boy In bis teens Fred May came home Sunday nick from being over heated Saturday Ho is fireman on the Texas Galligan Bros Connor have tho con- Â¬ tract for building the new 25000 court house at Cannelton If you want a buggy or a phaeton for what it is worth call on or write to J E Monarch Owentloio Ky Capt Nat Ahl of Monequa III was in the city Monday advocating free-si- l ver and says thatlllonois is solid for Buyan and Skwali Miss Carrio Lamar of Grand Viow Ind passed up on Monday nights boat for Louisville It is her Intention to Mrs James Ford Confined to her Bed Mrs Mrs Mamie P Wright not Improving Mary Patterson Overheated B Many of the lints aie more for looks than comfort Our Hats are comfort able and gooi looking This is the season for traveling your summer vacation will be much 11101 e coinfoi table if you are properly equipped to cany your be Â¬ longings s HATS TRUNKS son lloii to the wife of Pejton Voyles Aug Ill n girl G W Millfgan of Herbert attended here Sunday W P llennett made a business trip to Hawesville Wednesday g Alex Vickers of Hawesville visited his fathr and mother last week Mrs Malisea Quisonberry Is quite Blck JJZI g but at this writing is improving A great deal of sickness in this com- Â¬ munity but all are convalescent Miss Uerdle Smith of Fordsville visit- Â¬ ed her coudn Mrs Ed Beavinlast week John W Swope Aetnaville visited bis sister Mrs Geoige Corloy Sunday Mrs Altha Camp and children of Indiana aru visiting Iter sister Mrs Ollie BervieeB UMBRELLAS New ideas all the time shower lrotection every against or the rays of the GROCERIES ies The sun of health shines on those who use our pure Grocer- We sell thc kind that everybody wants TTn a year The saving it W yP is A small saving on each little article amounts to considerable In the run of yours when you buy from us g g PlllTiaxTrovt yillllctWclIC bric-a-bra- c A clearing up sale of odd shapes at odd prices Dont miss some of the for your sideboard and table ZS J vliit her mother Miss Ruth Sterrelt of Sklllman li vliltlng the Mlsso Jarboe Miss Harvey of Cincinnati 0 or Mil Maymo irlflith Mr nnd Mrt J S Barnes wero In town Thursday Is tho gueat make tbat city her future home Cal Basham of Uosetta was here last week on business His first visit since he was a small boy Cal is one of tho prosperous farmers of his section 2T J C NOLTK Assignee I l fT t5 M Ilardiniburs was In the Newton T M Vi - II A Oelzo has just had the dwelling Mrs Herbert of Union Star was the guest lately vacated by tho Bevorloya of friends here last wtek and painted Mrs G W Jordan Mrs Iloraco Newton and chllcron are visit has rented it and will keep boarders ing at Pates and Owensboro Imagine what n man looks like with a llieir delegates nssembled renew their allegience to L 0 Powers Ilawesvtlle was a passenger Mrs Asher Graham and little daught- Â¬ mustache that is nine feet long II Democtatic faith by a reaffirmation ot the princt on yesterday east bound train Ellwell Jenkins clerk at the Ft Hull pea of the late Nation ll Convention at Chicigo er Lucille and Miss Cora Graham of James Klncheloe the jeweler of Ilardlns- and endurie the nomination of tlw choten Icadtrs Murray Ky returned home last Friday Indian Agency is the proud possessor burg was in the city last Monday frr Irekident and Vice Prcsiiltnt Wm J llryan after a three weeks stay witli her moth- Â¬ will visit Prof J II Logan and family Clias Tiuius came down yesterday of Ntbrnilta and Aithur Sewall of Malnt Hocaport thla week drunavlew and er Mrs Achilles Moorman We re olvc further that our delegates are In and reported the Bull creek bridge w bich The cyclers of this city should not miss the lias been unsafe for quiet a while as stiucted at a unit to vote in the District Convention John Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was great meet at Hawesville to morrow for our d stlrgulshed county man the lion D now in good repair and safe for crossing H Murray as eminently qualified o lead us to here last Thursday and Friday tho guest James 1 Pace Jr tbo tobaoconlst has of Mr A It Morris He was accompangone to Uichmond Va bis old home The Masonic Lodge of Cannelton Ind victory as our National Democratic representative ied home by his brother Lewis who has The Delegates were then selected by Mr and Mrs Edward Kissnm spent Sunday will probably lay the corner stone of tho been here the past three weeks Â¬ in Uunnelton with Mrs Alf llennln City Hall of that city about September a committee named by the chair who reMrs Felix Sipes has returned from leo Putton and James Fisher have gone 10th Their program is not quiet com- Â¬ ported the following Howling Green where she has been for to spend a few days at the Mammoth Uuyo DKIaATKS plete yet D II Seter Chat II Mille- several months filling the place of matron Mr and Mrs J II Wills have returned Henry OBrien who became prostrated M Hoard Jr II Templo of Yelving Joe 11 Cor from a visit to Mrs l at Cherry Bros Normal School She J D lUbbage from the heat while at work sometime John Keith ton will return to Bowling Green shortly ac- Â¬ It Gross fierce AJ Felix Elder spent a few weeks with his ago has been confined to his bed with James Hambleton companied by the remainder of the e Sorschell Jf parents Mr and Mrs 0 C Elder of Hires a severe case of typhoid fever we are R V Owen family and will make Bowling Green J A Cook Hun glad to say is rapidly improving I It Adktsron J I Stewart their permanent home Miss Jtsse Kyler Hawesvillewho was the It C Richardson W K Minor Hobt Mattingly is still happy again guest of Alius Lula Nicholas has returned Will Sillinan E W Jones Words of a Statesman and Patriot iiome this time it is another girl and arrived ALTERNATES The following is a little speech of Mr 11 J pounds Mrs Virginia Duncan of Owensboro was Monday Aug 17th weighing William Miller Thcs Gregory Bryans made hy the wajeide on his tin guest of Miss LaFajette Lalleist last This makes eight girls and three boys to G V Heard Kd Goodman week tour through the Kat C W Moorman It is the whole ILI ttader make his household full of merriment W G Smart Thos Wroe Mr nnd Mrs A J Wilson Mr and Mrs Broad aud un- Â¬ question in a nutshell Augustus Brown and V B Burton J II Erymire Clarence Smith of Fviksvllle are at the Tar Alfred Alen selfish plain and simple are bis words Springs K D Deane met in Joint debate at the TarFork Poet M Meyer Thoughts that breath words that burn 1osterII Lyrns J n Coleman Murray Pierce of Louisville In the Office Saturday night was There was quiet in the hearts of all true Americans Gus llrown city last week vitlting his brother llobcrt a crowd out to hear them and a lively Jarres W Mil er 11 Pierce Mn Chairman Lahies and Gentle Â¬ time followed between the two gentle FREE SILVER IN HANCOCK man I know tbat among our neighbors Mr and Mrs Hugh Frymlre of Preston man Mere the guests of Mr and Mr K T Uaynes in tlin East there are many who have re- Â¬ last week The New Tug which has been under garded our position upon the money Co is Hon- - W E Minor Holds a Crowd David Murray Jr will go to Hawesville construction by T F Sawyer question the position taken by the ChiThursday to visit rela Ives und attend the about completed and they will probably of Over Six Hundred People cago Convention as entirely wrong and cycle meet get up steam to day look out lor the they speak of the silver sentiment as a Spell Bound For Two Hours H S Sklllman and wife llardlniburg spent several days last week with relatives strange whistle She has been given the I want to beg you iny sort of disease name of Clover and friends COUNTY FOR FEEE B1VEE friends to believe that we who advocate Mr and Mrs Morgan Hlcbardson of Bran Â¬ Samuel D Miller and Miss Colia Bar- Â¬ THE the restoration of the money of the con- Â¬ denburg are spending several weeks at the rens both colored of this city were Tiie campaign was opened in Hancock stitution are not seeking that policy be- Â¬ Tar Springs married at Hawesvillo Sunday Aug 10th last Saturday with a big barbecue at cause we believe that it is going to give Mr and Mrs Alf Oelie who have been at There were nearly a thous- us an advantage over somebody else After the Hawesville the Tar Springs for several weeks returned Iiev Robinson officiating home Friday ceremony they returned home that even- and people present all shouting for silver We have studied thr question as best and Bryan and Sewall The Bilver men we could and vo honestly believe that Ml Lona Rhodes of Irvlngton will be ing both looking happy the guest of ber cousin MUs Florence Lewis Ben Williams representing Liggett A claim tbat they will carry the county by there can bo no permanent no general for some weeks Meyor Tobacco Company got in some a majority anywhere from three to six prosperity in this country until we stop was the Miss Lucy Frank of Eewleyvlllo hundred It was a great day for silver IguestnfMr and Mrs Alec Heron several good work for his firm down at Hawes- and pure Democracy After a splendid the conspiracy of those who would make gold the only standard of the world and He made ville barbecue last Saturday days last week a speech showing up the good qualities old fashioned barbecued dinner the make ail ottier things depend upon tbat Mr and Mrs Jesse Owenof ltockportInd of star tobacco and treated every man in yearning multitude were treated to a alone We believe that while the were visiting bis parents Dr and Mrs Jas Owen last week BTItUaQLB T FOR GOLD QOKS ON the crowd to a sample Williams is a two hours speech by the Hon W E Minor our own county man It was ad- Â¬ Other things must become cheap that JSIIsa Addle 0 Ditto of Loulsvillo will ar hustler viva Thursday and be the gueat of her sister mitted by all who heard him to be one as we increase the doniaud for tuat one Dr John M Cohen the noted oculitt Mrs J D Ilabbago of the soundest and most practical re- Â¬ thing we must decnasethe price of optician will bo at A It Fishers Alias Nellie Miller of Sample after a and views of the subject they had heard in all those things that we chango for Drug Store in this city Sept 10 11 and pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs E T Haynts the campaign He had the most mark Â¬ gold and we believe that this falling of returned home Sunday 12 Anybody suffering with any disease His ringing prices compelled by legislation Is desed attention throughout Miss Kateijohn of Henderson after a of tho eye or needing spectacles will do well rounded points in sup- Â¬ tructive of the energies the industries atay with Mr and Mrs J B Kan and words and well to call on him Examination Sleaiant returned home port of the Democratic platform of 1890 aud the hope of the toling masses of the consultation free and satisfaction guar- Â¬ Â¬ sustalng in particular the automany of United States over the world Moser of Evansville Ind ar Miss Uena Ap- Â¬ rived Sunday and will be the guest of her anteed states and banishing the last vestUe of sister Mrs William Hoffius home Satur Â¬ anarchy doctrine chargd against the plause Emmett Gregory arrived Remember that this question cannot II V DuncsQ left yesterday for day night from Louisville where he has platform was listened to with the closest Mrs be viewed from the standpoint of any IBrandenburg where she will spend several been with his father Judge L G Greg- Â¬ attention and roundly applauded weeks with her son David class of people It reaches every man ory who sometime ago had an operation In the course of his retnaks he cited woman and child In the land and you Mips Mary Marshall who has been with stood it successfully He MUs Llnnla Delluy for two weeks returned to performed and Old Man Jerry Itusk who was then a your view broad enough to says that unless seme change for the Northwestern Governor who met and should make ber home In Louisville yesterday comprehend them al becauw I believe place he will be homo in repelled the Federal troops invading a Milt Allien Murray the charming daughter worst takes I speak the truth when I ray the prosof Mr and Mrs D U Mu ray is visiting about ten days soverlgn state and for that distinction perity ot the well to do rtsts upon the Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorghotowo The News is in receipt of comple- Â¬ became a cabinet officer under President prosperity ol those who toll and that Mr 0 J Fella of AMlioond sister Miss mentary tickets from tlio Hawesville Harrison He discussed at length the you cannot have a financial policy which Maggie Fella of Indianapolis were In lb city ounday tba guest of KUward Gregory Cycle Club which meets in that city currency problem and presented a com- Â¬ brings distress to those who create Great prepara Â¬ plete solution after which he arrayed wealth withoutln the end reaching those Miss Mary Moormnaftsr a pleasant stay Thursday August 27th of several weeks with relatives and friends of tions have been made and all cyclers the two great partieo maintaining the who rest upon those tollers and more Adairvlllo and Owensboro has returned borne who can should not fall to he present conservatism of the Old Democracy in than that you cannot have a policy 8 L Rogers Southern Passenger Agent We assure them that the day off will not all her great records in establishing the which brings prosperity to the masses for Evansville and Terra Haute Railroad was regretted equality of all men as they wore created without that prosperity proving a benefit her last Thursday la tba Interest of that be Hiram Blair and Albert Oram were In equal and free and denouncing the class to all mankind T0d difficulty legislation pf the Republican party His Capt J W Carlton and wife of llawss town Friday and get Into a speech wm a success the barbecue wm vllle came up Sunday and remained Until over some hogs The lu was passed AFTER DELINQUENTS 1 Monday the guest of Mr and Mrs both picking up a rock Blair threw a success and free silver Is sure to win In Ogltsby and missed while Oram hit Blair on the Hancock in this good year of 1800 Sheriffs to Br gin Selling Property at Master Emmet Brown Ford tho handsome Inflicting a severe wound young sa of Arthur Ford Manager Editor top of the hwd sja Oflca They were tried la the city court Blair of tho Courier Journal Is via fag hit grand ua Mm Annie Browa fined 5 and sort Oram dkralsajd Hel tofore dlhtalnt warrants have wm Walton WaeJr foraerlr icoVd assistant baea sent out to delinquents simple as Edward Bsrtran White who made his gotaool who baa and tat he Clove port High warnings but now action will be taken Sheriff Salefer Taxi attending sehootat ValpuUo lad has eseape from the Brownsville Jill about tba to all home at Rom la every iBstanee when the tax payers ago wm arretted by Marshal returned on IS Al one year Ou Mnndav the 1st day of October Arpulies will al ihn court house rjoor fell for fall to coute forward with their taxes Mm F H Sawyer aooapanled by hf Hall and DoUctlve Wills Ul Thursday ti rny due for Ihe years I and 1S94 the following tas a We are determined to colli et all taxei lKtaaeVdaugfatar Ml i Ala Moredoek or on the htm of James M Newton in UKiui Kwiy7 Magi reiii mftirr- - up a LovlsvIKe have gea to 04uabs 0 to visit llanaock county and brought to thla listed tn ilwruineof ilnrla t Sralih fr lh3 yean of due It the properly of our b t friends S D Lloyd Iter dasgbUr Mr Tmpi and eotliiS It ul a hat to be sold to tl so city He wm wasted for torgtsq a cheek 1 II iini 6f nnd fa wmfiiinrii District Np Siri a a patk s U Reports Mr Will tat kb to KrewMvllle in tfx Baa ot Jnn Duncajt aud sitter ttld Y PPavn8D8 tfoiyearirtl Tws and ooM tiq at to th antltrlM MlrfW jdm AH Ayal Diking Pnwdw Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Kiln Moscly Stephenaport city Alonday hopping MissCordio llaynep of leyiuilds vis ited Miss Ilnltiu Wilght Saturday nnd Sunday Lemon Newton haa been tniployed to teach our school which will begin the first ot Septembor Plenty of warm weather although the post week litis been more pleasant than the proceeding ouo Ms Mary Patterson became over heated some two weeksago and has been quite sick ever sine A nice gentle rain fell yesterday which was greatly appreciated as every thing was drying up very fast Jim Snyder wife and Miss Alice Thornton of Aetnaville spent Sunday witli their brother J W Thornton J I Patterson attended the teachers examination nt Hawesville Aug 21 and 22 and repoits nine applicants in attendance Dr Lawless of Patesville was called to our little village last Monday to see AG Wright and mother In law Mrs Patterson who was quite sick The Baptist Association is in iitwrion at West Point this week great preparations have been made to entertain all who may attend and a general good timo is expected by all Tho following youngsters attended the the party at Ms Reynolds lasi Monday night ant report a pleasant time Messrs Loren Beynokls AVidmer Newton W P Burnett MiBses Ellie Phillips and Nettie Newton Mrs Mamie P Wright who was taken toCannelton somo weeks ago for medi- Â¬ cal treatment has returned home unimproved and is now under the care of special treatment of Dr Hale of Whites vi le and Is hoped by her many friends that a speedy recovery may bo the result Your humble scribe wont to Herbert last Wednesday to see Mrs James Ford who is dangerously 111 with coilsumption How it makes ones heartache to see the mother lying so low and her dear little children prattling around her bed look- Â¬ ing and longing for mam na to bo well v ogaln Yeizer filled his appointment ltav here Sunday He has been railed as pastor of the Baptist church for the en Â¬ suing year He is quite an able preach- Â¬ er and we may feel proud in securing such an excellent man to propound the many truths from the bible to us May we heed his wonderous warnings and stray not from the paths of righteous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GENERAL ll 1TSVWVVShfWSt J M NEHAN CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS iOlISUIiE KY For the Sale of Country Produce Ilirnncairmin iLiiiLr Vptprn lLnA t iilellt V Tnut Corn tilt IV fitIrift Mutt lftwffn9U And lOlh 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 All other apple trees from two to three years old at 5 cents each Pear Plum Peach trees at 7 per 100 and Cherrj trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WM S ASHBY OLOVERPORT KY WILLOWDALE Vlslto 8 FOR SALE Receptions Other Happenings Interealng GARRETT J T Uitchie went to Louisville Thurs Â¬ day Born to the wife of II L llhodes a girl Aug 11th Miss Hettle Miles of Louisville is tho guest of relatives and friends Misses Wjnterbower of Muldraugh are visiting Mr and Mrs llurch 0 II Lane and wife of GarnelUvillo spent Sunday with John Fuuk aud family James Rlcketts and family of Bran aro visiting lelatlvis and denbnrg friends Mrs 0 S filper and children spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs B G Shacklett Miss Te na Terry is quite biek nt this writing Urn FreJ Ky has returned Irom Cuvo City Hamilton Smith linn relumed from Now Albauy Miss Katie II Withers is home from Drandeuburg 0 II Quick Lakeland ia tlio tust of W F Gerkins Miss Maude L Withers will leave soon for a months visit in Louisville Claude Withera was the guest of Miss Florence Ditto Wt st Point last Sunday Wilbur Smith wns tho guest of Mies Nettie Hamilton IlrunduiiburgSatonlay and Sunday Misses Mabel and Lucy Coleman Doo ltun aro upending this week with Mies Kato 13 Withers W W Withers and ids lovely daught er Mlw Ultima wero at Grahampton Friday shopping Creedo Haynt s baa returned from Si roceo where he has been the guest of Miss Klla Haynrs Mr and Mrs Jim Hlandrandenburg spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs II N Withers Mr and Mrs W 11 Withers spent Wednesday at Muldraugh tho gu sts of Mr and Mrs D U Withers Misses Tear Withers and Gerth Smith wore the guesta of Musses Carrie and Ethel Beghtol Wednesday evening MlBsMollie Withers eiiteitalntd the Misses following guests last Sunday Kate Withers and Edna Harrington of Muldraugh Messrs U J Hargan Stlth ton A JGohagan and Dr J 11 Diuk of West Point All report a nice tlma Â¬ 5 We vtq going to do up things quick nnd if you want nny of thorn you must bo quick Dont take timo to nsk questions or you will be to late Quick Sales Oome owapoppiac WINTERSMITHS During a third of a century has never fulled to drive out U blood Impurities The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula ptrnplM trojta Ih fast the time tested boring HHwMw- - poldby drujrltUana HWCWHhs lot of blue and white embroideries worth 7c quick price 3c 1 lot of blue prints worth Cc to do up quick 4c - pieces of dotted gross cloth worth 15c Our quick price only 7Jc per yard 10 doz napkins white and fancy stripo worth IK at 50c 40 pes heavy brown cotton regular price Go our price le 20 do ladieB fast black hose worth 10c our quick price 5c Picture frames worth anywhere 1 our price 50 Ladies if you want any lemnhuts of car- Â¬ pets we will close them out at half cost price 10 pes heavy straw matting sold at 15c price now 10c 3 bars best buttermilk soap lOo White kid belts extra quality Mc Leather belts black and tan 40c quality at 25c 50 pair ladies white kid gloves worth li5 at 08c 25 pair ladles shirt Waist sets worth 50 at 21c I lot gents cull buttons worth 25c at 10c See our now lino of laces floor oil cloth t xtra heavy quick price 25c 1 lot of ladies button fiho s custom made nloe- fine quality slao 2 34 only Theso goods aro worth 2 and 2 to close out quick at 125 Just received 1 lot of fall capes all wool dark colors worth S 00 qutck prices FOE SALE CHEAP 125 Hpu nil lot In lUrtl ntburs Vnowu as tlm SI tiMi nrutMirlv Nice drees ginghams worth 15o quick ror partKls iny 10 W K llAHNKSHrJlniOiurg Kr prices 7c or J A CONK IUiitUillo Ky Great reductions in our Clothing Depart Â¬ ANTHD AnnUlns II Grorerlc la tour ment county nul or funuttt Addruu wllh sUnm U KCASKV 1 lot of light colored all wool suits former rtforcnci no c boh si lovutgiun iy price was 1000 Our quick price A NTH D -- To Mil a wcomlband Iarouhp bi will be Wills II umWsatn W good repair MrUSAtiNlKt KiWSOM Cowo quickonly 500 one if you want All our batti mens show have been W KIIAMNKS A 11 KlNdlEr OK gffrtly rnlttcd 1st pi leo BARNES Cowe quick it you waat thsse IwrgalaM KINCHELOE 1 - at Once -- fc Govt wr a tvjrywut ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURG KY CotUctloM and SfKitl Hntoa Mtwowntat e The 6reit lirgali Stat Geo Yeakel THWI WROI i R C W 8 QAMfrKM D SARSAPARILLA k Co I Jfaut linn Bkammmi r jm 6 m ALL THE BREXGKE1NRIDGE1 NRWS GiUOVBJRPORr KY Latest Highest of all in Leavening Power US Govt Report FOR DOLTINGDEMOCRATS Here la the nMfcirm th Klckrrn Arc In Tltoil to 6aMirU Prciidcnt Clcvelahd does not hclicvo In a third ticket neither docs tho dupo KISS OF JUDAS DISKASCS OF ARSOLUYEftY PURE SORTS NEWSY NOTES Scott County is now local option Six American vessels are lost at sea Danvlllo is to liavo a frco silver organ Topeka Kans has enforced the cur- Â¬ few law Russell Sage lias celebrated his 70th birth day Mrs Bryans engagement ring has been found 8000 deaths have occured from cholera at Alexandria Egypt Bad health caused Wesley Simmon of Cadiz to take his life Thillip A Watkins a pioneer citizen of llopkinsville is dead 2000 hogsheads of tobacco have been shipped out of Providence William Jennings Bryan will make three speeches in this State Governor McKinley will issue his let Â¬ ter of acceptance about Sept 1st W C Held candidate for Congress from the third district has with drawn Hoc worms are playing havoc with a good many crops of tobacco in Kentucky Clarence Mattingly of Owensboro is missing with 100 of his fathers money John S Rhea was nominated for Con- Â¬ gress from the third Congressional district by acclamation P J Foree sound money Democratic caudidate in the Eight district for con- Â¬ gress has withdrawn In Laslie county a little child whllo playing near its home was killed ami devoured by a wild cat There are 8000000 worth of one cent peices in circulation The mints have been called upon for more Ixgan Carlisle son of Secretary Car- Â¬ lisle has bolted Bryan and Sewall and the Chicago silver platform Before this campaign is over the Cou- Â¬ rier Journal will undoubtedly be looked upon aa a Republican organ All of the buildings on one side of a public Equare in Lancaster have been destroyed by fire Loss 130000 Joseph Neubeclier an old resident of Owensboro dropped dead of dropsy last Thursday age seventy five years The Henderson Cotton Mill has post- Â¬ ed notices of a 10 per cent reduction in all the wages of their employes The colored editor of a paper published at Lexington has been offered 1000 to turn his sheet into a free silver organ Local news paper men of recognized ability will shortly start a free silver sheet at Frankfort It is to be a dally Randall Purvis who committed mur- Â¬ der in Taylor county twenty four years ago has been arrested at Hender- Â¬ Â¬ A prominent cllitn of Grecnvillo made a very peculiar find while dressing Cutting open tho gizzard a chicken a toy cup was found which measured one inch across the top and three quarters of an inch deep David Sander of Taducah has been arrested on a charge of detaining Mias Julia Pettcr against her will she is a well known society girl of sweet sixteen of that city He is the son of a prominent and wealthy family and clerk in the Pa ducah bank Jack Hasson of llawopville was shot in the mouth by one Wm Basliam on tho steam ferry while returning from Cannelton Thursday evening Some dissatisfaction in regard to a game of Itlninltiting foreign production for tho Ameri Every poker was the cause He will not likely can markutIndividual consideration of publle InUrest demands that safety and recover The former hud been pardoned tho government shall be rescued from tho of thuso who have shown themselves In from tho penitentiary about one year hands capable to condnct It without disaster at home ago by Goverm r Brown and dishonor abroad and restored to the party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Governor Claud Matthewi Pays Ills Respects to the Thiid Party Bolters of William O Whitney norllon Bourko Cockran Thcso kickers they nro not Democrats and novcr were do not liko iNniANirous Ind August 10 Their to weaken tho goldbug cauc and so they will stand upon this plntform as profession of lovo for tho Democratic will oil tho other so called Democrats party is but tho kiss of Judas and they who havo boltod tho ticket of their own will deceive no ono but themselves parly but sco what tho Republicans That is what Govenor Mnttliows said to think of them a reporter to day of the politicians who EXTRACT FllOM THE nnPUBUCrY iAT are preparing for the convention here FORM next mouth to nominate a gold ticket to For tho first time alnco the civil war tl Amorican people havo wltncen U tho cnlaml assist McKinley Tho lovtrnor applied tou cunncquencca of fall nnd unrcstrlcU d It has other deprecatory remarks to them In Â¬ Dcmocratlo control of the iroTommout been a record of unparalleled Incapacity disdeed ho felt as if he could not say enough honor and disaster In admlnlatratlTo manage to express his opinion of the insignifi ment It has ruthlessly aacrlflced lmllsponnabla revenue entailed an unceasing deficit eked cance of the movement out ordinary current eipcnaea with borrowed There aro too many conflicting mo- Â¬ money piled up tho publlo debt by 1332000000 forced nn ndrorto balance of tives animating it he continued In tlmo of pea They trade kpt a perpetual menace hanging ovor aro largely personal and selfish but there the redemption fund pawned American credit is reason to be amused and amazed at to alien syndicates and reversed all the meat nrea and result of successful Republican theit aflrontery and assurance in assum rulo In tho broad effect of its policy it has precipitated panic blighted industry and ing tho name of National Domocralic trade with prolonged dcprwslun closed facÂ¬ party This meeting Friday last was tories reduced work and wages halted enter prise and crippled American production while suggestive of the three tailors of Tooloy Â¬ Â¬ The Inlcnxe Itching nnd siuirtir inci- Â¬ dent to eczema teller snll rhcum nnd other diseases of the fVIn is Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eie and Skin Course clawes will Under a now management In addition to the Common Ointment Many very bad cascs havo lecn b sustained in Higher Branches Bookkeeping nnd Penmanship a specialty Day permanently cured by it It Is equally pupils wanted For terms of tuition etc apply to efficient for itching piles and n favorito rem- Â¬ K IIAItMON edy for soro nipples chamicd hands chil Â¬ MKAVITI jllnclpals blains frntt bites and chronic soro eyes For salo by druggists at 2j cents per box DAMItCL DK00KH J H HARF1EK Try Dr Cniljs Condition rondem they J 0 BOURNB srejust what o horse needs when In bad condi- Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge CO Till S1C1V THE HABDINSBTJEG NORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 Kchool BOURNE HARPER BROOKS Labor Is For Tlryan To tho declarations by gold stnndard street Be Cured by local application as they caunot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to euro Deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by nn inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Dcafneis Cannot which for DO years administered It with un equaled success and prosperity A reparation For Iadillng Â¬ Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en- Â¬ tirely closed Deafness is the reeult and unless tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be distroyed for ever which is nothing but an inllitned condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cose of Deafness caused by catarrh that i a u not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENNEY A CO Toledo O JJOfSold by all Druggists 75c would liko to know how to pad sheets of paper so as to mako tablets but do not understand tho proper corniiosition for putting on tho edges Tho following rccipo is vouched for by competent nuthority Glue 4 pounds glycerin 2 pounds linseed oil one half pound sugar ono quarter pound anilino dyes iu suffi cient quantity to color Tho glno is softened by soaking it in a littlo cold wnter then dissolved together with tho sugar iu tho glycerin by aid of heat over a water bath To this tho dyes nro added after which tho oil is well stirred It is used hot Another composi tion of u fcomowhut similar naturo is pre Â¬ pared ni follows Glue n pound glycer- Â¬ in 4 ounces glucoso sirup nlxiut 2 tablenpooufuls tannin ouo teuth ounce Givo tho comiKtsltions un hour or mew iu which to dry or set heforo cutting or handliug tho pads Now York Ledger Very many persons Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Summer Care of Hogi No animal better appreciates a clean bed and clean surroundings than the hog common opinion to the contrary notwithstanding Where hogs are penned in a building filth is too com- Â¬ monly allowed to accumulate in the pens Flies are attracted and the inmates sutl Â¬ er severely in the heat of tho day Get the hogs out upon the ground during the hot weather Many orchardistsare now pasturing large numbers of hogs in their orchards to the benefit of both hogs and tiees If one has not a fenced orchard or some other enclosed space make a pen of boards on the ground and cover one end to provide protection from the sun and rain Such a pen can be moved about to new ground occasionally giving much comfort and cleanliness to the animals The pork will certainly be more healthful fiom animals tlirt are kept clean and wholesome while the eating of it should prove more appetizing than unJer the filthy condition that son so commonly prevails Give the pig a Sixteen prisoners in the county jail at chance to keep clean even half a Bowling Green have mado their escape chance and he will do it Live StocK by sawing the large iron bars of a win- Â¬ Journal Â¬ Indiana Is Certainly Democratic In speaking of tho situation iu Indiana Hon W H Boyle first assistant secretary of the Indiana branch of tho Farmers Mutual Benefit association Â¬ Tho paiu fact is that tliejo gentle- Â¬ man aro nothing more than bolteis from tho Democratic party lending their aid to the enemies of the party and tosecuie the election of McKinley They could more properly be termed the Republican annex for they aro but tho sideshow to the Republican circus These gentle Â¬ men professed to bo Democrats at the Chicago Convention but unable to con- Â¬ trol the convention or dictate the plat- Â¬ form forgetting the fundamental princi- Â¬ ple of Democracy majority rule deter mined to bolt It matters not what thoy may name themselves the common sense public will recognzi just what they are bolters nothing more noth Â¬ ing less The movement Bet on foot by the quattette in this city Byuum Wilson Fenzel and Pickens and patted on the back by tho Republican party will cause no great alarm They will play their brief part upon the political stage then oblivion They will not carry with them 2000 votes in tho State and will add to the Democratic ticket three times that nnmber Brj an will carry Indiana by an unprecedented majority in a Presidential year Â¬ Â¬ When MoKinley Was a Cook from the Chicago Record says I am certain from tho outlook that Brynn and frco silver will carry Indiana by from 50000 to 75000 majority mid it would not surprise us to sco it go to 100000 Out of 00000 farmers belong ing to cur society I find that they stand ns follows Republicans 27521 Demo- Â¬ crats 20318 Populists 2100 Prohibi tionists 01 On tho money question they stand ns follows For silver Re Â¬ publicans 27093 Democrats 10777 31 Populists 2100 Prohibitionists For gold Republicans 428 Democrats 641 Populists none Prohibitionists 81 Speaking of McKinley remarked a voyager from Kansas did any of you fellows over hear that he used to be a cook No responded the chorm Well he was retorted Kansas Thats straight He was once a cook and he got 13 a month wages What are you glvin us asked a quiet young student from Columbia Col- Â¬ lege who had been out in the copper The Spirit or Democracy Tho rich mid tho great do not want an income tax because it makes them bear their just shnro of tho government They prefer that tho revenuo of tho gov Â¬ ernment should bo forced out of tho toil and sweat of tho laboring millions Tho dow Hiram Price of Middlesborough who in butchered his wife and mother-in-laJune lias been captured in the moun- Â¬ tains The deceased Nick Finzers of Louis- Â¬ ville valuable stable of race horses will bo sold at auction some time this month Adams the well known manufacturer of the Tutti Frutti Gum is being sued by Miss Myrtle Thurlow an actress for w 100000 Mifw Hanna a young lady of high so- Â¬ cial standing of Harrodsburg was on trial lost week for assaulting a thirteen year old boy Secretary Hoke Smith has forwarded his resignation to president Cleveland lie is the only member of the Cabinate supporting free silver The campaign in Edmonson County has been started by a joint debate be tween a free silver Republican and a bound money Democrat The land owners and tenant tobacco raisers of Montgomery county met in Mt Sterling last week and decided not to raise any tobacco next year Charles S Huling of Cleveland Ohio while visiting an aged aunt of his near New Haven Conn found 23000 in stocVs and bonds in the panel of a door A llopkinsville Judge is such a staucli free silver man he is trying to get the city authorities to forbid tho existence of a brass band on account of the color of the horns A Judge of Alabama in marrying a couple recently got the marriage cere- Â¬ mony mixed up with the Democratic platform lately adoptod at tho Chicago Convention W J Witaker ami Mrs Susan Bailey of Jackson were married last week The former is 81 and the latter 70 years of age This is the fourth matrimonial ven Â¬ ture of each A strange man who gave his name as Walter of Kansas was found near George Â¬ town wandering in a corn Held supposed to be crazed from fever He was arrested and soon afterward died a Enoch E Lyoa o Lexington horse dealer thought h aou dead and ordered the coflin Before tii Arrival of the coffin the boy revived and now stands a good chance of recovery Miss Helena Hartnoet Mitchel of Kansas City Mo an aetretM ol ability and a teacher of Delsarte will shortly take the stamp for Bryan Her first speech will be delivered at Blooming tos III A Guide for the Poor Man Kv Aug17 1890 Editor News A guide for the poor man to vote by If carried out will lead every man to vote for that which would We know that be to his best interest there are a few exceptions to almost all known rules but ca rules they will all Now you will occasionally hold good find a man that is not only honest in his convictions but is also honest in heart that man varied from the follow- Â¬ ing rule he votes lecording to his hon- Â¬ est convictions Now the rule to be governed by watch the papers and find out what th national bankersthe trus- Â¬ tees the combiner the coporatious the millionaire rre in favor of and if you are a poor man or a man of only moderate means then you be for the direct oppo- Â¬ site to what they are for and vote to accomplish that end and you are just as Bure to vote for that which is for your best interest as it is that the sun rises in the East and seta in the west Show me a monopoly that is in favor of free silver and I will show you a heaven without bliss show me a national bank- Â¬ er that is not in favor of the single gold standard and I will show you a hell that has no fire iu it W II O FATK8V1LLB Democratic party deals with men irre Â¬ spective of their holdings Itlooksnpon a man as ho comes from tho hand of na turo ns tho product of God endowed with sensibility equal in every respect to every other man even though mil Â¬ lions may bo concentrated in him At Â¬ lanta Constitution Â¬ Would Unlock Dullness Tho frco coinage of gold nnd silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1 would givo ns an ndcqnato circulating medium composed of 100 cent dollars dollars which per form their legitimato functions dollars that could not bo cornered at the be hest of tho British money lender Tho debtor would bo helped exactly as tho entire community would bo bene Wo would havo n circulating fited medium that circulated aud tho whoola Omaha of business would bo unlocked World Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Well Satisfied with Ayers Hair Vigor years ngo after my hair turned gray I begun usinjr Ayers Hair Vigor and was so well satis lied with tho reniilts that I have never tried any other kind of dress ing Jt requires only an occasional iiiipli fh cation of forty foniH weeks of sickness Nearly wsm vft iv KzpK B I AYERS Jlair Vigor to keep jny Jmir of good color to rpinovo to lipal dandruff itching Tuiinors and prevent ho hair from falling out J never lies tato to recommend Ayers medicines to my friends Mrs IIMJIaioiit Avoca Nebr frtyartd tjrJV y - n II AVERS Hair Vigor O Axv ty UjiHtMm - Huey Read will move to Pellville soon Born to the wife of M Mosely on the 20th a fine boy A cool spell and fine rain has caused every body to feel better The farmers here have let polltlcts alone till tobacco is housed Misses Ida and Dolly Jett went to Henderson last Thursday to teach school Mr David Johnson our blacksmith was elected delegate at Hawesville last Saturday to the national Democrat con- Â¬ A Peheme to Keep Down Wagef vention Every worker who is told that the There is tho best crop of tobacco hero mill in which ho has been employed it that was ever grown in this country stopped on account of tho silver agita tion may accept tho statement as true While the worms have ruined crops This talo is part of tho campaign in other places they have injured it very little hero schemo to prevent tho restoration of silThere Is no better paper cornea to this ver ond to keep down wages Ex change office than the Nkwb It tells both sides of the story correctly and no one The Citizens Duty Employees overywhoro nro being In Â¬ will be mlssled who reads it There is timidated in the Interest of tho gold a growing desire with editors to keep oppression There has novcr beet a every thing back which is not favorable prusideutiul year iu which tho American to their side of the question and In this oitiiens duty to himself nnd Ids country way many are caused to see things in a has been plainer than it is now St wrong light If the news papers were Louis Post Dispatch all to ad hero strictly to the truth there Work For Mr Cockran would be less Ignorance and still less lion Bourko Cochran has been ro- - trouble In our country ftincd by tho Honest Money league to puke spccclica throughout tho country Young- - Ladies Possibly ho wl b abo to undo some of Roswell G Horra wprkrrWshlug Can take a thorough business course at Bethlehem Academy St John Ky toil Post g Shorthand typewriting and Duty or the American leople are thoroughly taught there and at When tho American peoplo cease to Instrumental and criticise their president their congrrnw reasonable terms aud their supreme court they will be vocal music rests I ve special attention by neglecting a great publio duty Ex Â¬ a thorough Batlc4aB Bethlehem Acad change emy la fully abreast with the times in Gold Oread and Grab every respect especially In prices JWCTeT cbjection brought against Think of it Five mouths board and ho jciicurt platform tea can be found tuition for 60 For farther information fymUiHttea of goM greed apply to Mother Dosaltllla Bethlehem jD fy jff ejmblican con- - Aeadesay St fiB pab f Jebn Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ book-keepin- The leople Warned Tho shameless marshaling of the forces of corruption to tho support of McKinlcyism by tho tariff barous four years ago aroused publio indignation ond resulted in the overthrow of tho combine This year tho open organiza tion of greed to foist by corrupt methods tho syndicate prpgrammo of gold aud grab on the country is a warn ing tho peoplo will undoubtedly heed St Louis Post Dispatch ActWliTeToa Slay Tho hestitating voter should know that tho presont year may bo tho last that will afford him tho opportunity to mako Ids voto count Should tho coun try bo again placed in tho hands of tho greedy nnd unscrupulous element that has been controlling it so long tho end of another four years may find him practically disfranchised SI Louis Post Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ mines at Butte Whereupon there was a hearty laugh and several irreluvint suggestions were o IH red when tho Kansan resumed Theres a fellow by the name of Wag- Â¬ ner out In our town who claims that William McKinley who Is now a candi- Â¬ date for the Presidencyt rued to cook for him and that he was the worst cook he ever ate after His biscuits were as heavy as lead and his coffee was like the waterof the Missouri River all color and no taste He could fry bacon pretty well Wagner says but anybody can fry bacon All youyo got to do is to put it in the skillet and turn it over now and then Where was this cooking asked the Pawtucket man They were camping out werent they Yes down in West Virginia during the war Wagner was a member of the 23d Ohio Infantry which was McKin leys regiment and belonged to Company K McKinley was detailed as company cook and the men kicked so hard that they got him promoted to commissary sergeant so that he had to hustle for the grub while some one else cooked it ndvocntcs that tho mass of workiiigmcn will not support Bryan mid Sewall la Â¬ bor makes its own answer Not a sin glu labor paper iu tho United States is for Hnuun nnd McKinley CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Not a singln labor leader of national influence who docs not sponk for tho ranee of Democracy nA tho hopo of tho wageworkers LOUISVIL1 E KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS Some labor papers havo thuB far re Â¬ mained noncommittal ns it is tho avow Â¬ ed policy of a few such jonrnilB nnd of crrtniu later crgntiizntious to reserve i i political rrtiou to tho ludividunl But nil of the other labor papers except tl Ut niiirlsct nnd onn Is tlio liost hnmo to ship to Wo mnko liberal ml Till thcke few arc cpcnlyforthcDeroocratio venrcs ou mtiilKtiinciiU llcsldcs wo havo better fmllltleH limn other hoim i In linvlntf miiiiy lawn factories to supply Wo cet you tlio top price nnd pay npiit unh not In candidates nnd tho Democratic plat Irmlc Nil trawling ftgentn 8blp nil our Wool nud tarm produce dlrtct to fora New York Jonruul II ERIN DON Wliat SrelClnley Omitted LOUISVILLE KY 110 Third ntcet or 213 to OlO Murrell Court Many writers nnd orators havo at tempted to deflno tho Republican partys position iu tho present campaign but RATEB ThtiMircentr llg locaUd no ollirr definition has described it so 2J PtR DAY uoe In tlu cltu 2 accurately and tersely ns Major McKin un honest dollar nnd tho oppor leys tunity to earn it by honest labor He should havo added nnd tohavo it taken Kun from you by honest plutocrats sas City Times rreoCllVer and Labor The nrgument thnt under frco silver wage would not riso on account of tho present glut of labor in tho market ignores tlo assertion that tho present glut of labor is due to tho killing of 1 JOHNSON Ky proppority by plutocratic legislation If JHI prosperity is restored by frco silver tho demand for labor will bo restored aud wages will rise Kansas City Times Iteturnluc to the Iold Tho gains in Alabama wcro mostly mado in whito comities showing that many Populists are returning to their CARBO BIQESTIVB old alletriuiirc Tho Democratic major ity will probably bo lunch larger in contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ November when tho Poprlists nnd Ro gen in the proportion of one publicnus will not bo combined Flor to five ida Times Union The great nerve remedy for INDIGES- Â¬ Hope lo Cet It Hack EX- Â¬ TION Malnutrition NEHVOUS Tho rich boodlcrs nro not going to HAUSTION PALPITATION OF THE pnt 20000000 into tho present cam- Â¬ HEART Loss of Appetite Flatulency paign without hope of getting it back Constipation Billiousness and kindred One teaspoonfulof this elixir The election of McKinley menus tho affections continuance of tho skinning process and will digest 2000 grains albumen Aro Does your food sour after eatiny an increased national debt that coupon Do Ex- Â¬ you easily confused and excited cutters may bo further enriched you get up in the morning tired and un contains Oxygen and Nitro- change refreshed and with a bad taste in tho gen the former greatly in Rons Its Own Ilnslness mouth Is thero a dull cloudy sensation at Â¬ excess ozone and is very Let tho gcod work go on Tho mora a disagreeablo fielmg in the the coinage system of Mexico is nircd tended by eyes soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ head and tho sooner will tho people of tho United Aro you irritable and restless ates it it is raken into the Stntcs realize that there is ono rcpublio Doesyour heart thump and cause yon lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ propose to run its own financial to gasp for breath after climbing a fight that affairs without asking any of tho old of stabs ed by the blood which it Does it distress you to lie on your left Peoria Journal world governments Commission Salesmen of Live Stock WOOL WOOL CARTER CO Â¬ illia msBl 3lT Jouisville The SCOTTS Air w We Breathe Â¬ Â¬ DrsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen These symptoms nre sometimes ac- Â¬ companied by frightful dreams and are always distressing to a degree caused by no other class of ailments and means horns Tiiccma Union that you are sulTering from Dyspepsia 1529 Arch Streot Philadelphia Pa afr Danas Iilra and Nervous Exhaustion There is no other remedy extant that San Fraici3cu Cal Toronto Can What Charles A Dana wishes to im press upon tho people is that tho issue lias done bo much for this class of trou- Â¬ must bo dihcusjed calmly and intelli- bles as gently unci that everybody who believes in frco silver is n liar nud nu anarchist OLD RELIABLE Compound Detroit News Waltlne There is aLout as much fciiso in wait Ing for cthr r nations to adopt bimetallism us it would havo been to havo waited for all nations to abolish slavery beforo this nation took tho bull by the No ii Â¬ Suiu side Have you impaired memory dimness of vision depression of mind and gloomy orebcdiiiga purifies and so goes directly to the seat of all diseases Send for our 200 page Treatise Sent free Drs Starkey Palcir Â¬ Scotts Carbo Digestive PELLVILLE Tobacco Worms Not So Plentiful The News Praised David Johnson Delegate to Hawesvllle It corrects all these conditions causes the stomach to perform its naturul functions aud Mill be found superior to Cod Liver Oil as a fattening agent It puri- Â¬ ties and enriches the blood by causing the food to assimilato properly It your case has resisted the usual methods of treatment we are particularly Coition Silence McKinley believes that sllcnco and hnxious to have you give this Compound a trial gold will accomplish more for his oause W guarantee relief in every case and than nil tho speeches ho could make will cheerfully refund your money should Ho supplies tho one and tho syndicate our remedy fail to produce the most supplies the other Exchange gratifying results Plcasu remember that the appellation 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