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THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1890 TnYINQ TO GET CVCN NO 7 h fr r r v irtjtk anil Watch Makrrn Get Into Hi lllrjcle Trade Clock nnd watch makers who found their regular business fulling off on ac Â¬ count of tho bieyelo craze aro now mak ing up for it in tho mannfneturo and salo of cyclometers Competition is ex Money THE REAL GONTEST NOW BE- Â¬ ceedingly lively among tho rival milk ers to tho great benefit of tho rider Ago FORE THE PEOPLE Thrco or four years ago thcro wero only n few makes of cyclometers and they were very heavy nnd costly Now cyclomoters nro mado as small as a silHxtiact from tpeech tifScnator David 11 HIM In United Sulci Senile on te ltcrjt of he ver quarter weigh almost nothing nnd TO MAINTAIN THE DIVINE LAW Sherman Purchase Law can bo purchased at a trilling cost Many dealers ndd n cyclometer to tho I ilo not believe in a single gold standard nor a single silver equipment of tho bicyclo us un induce standard but I do believe in the use of both gold and silver as That the Laborer is Worthy of ment to tho purchaser and as a result bicycles without cyclometers nro tho exthe standard money of the country and in their free coinage at His Hlro Undor Silver tho ception our mints at a proper ratio and without discrimination of one Cycling hns brought many blessings Pooplo Made Money metal ns ngninst the other greatest of in its train aud ono of tho theso is tho neat Httlo register which The Sherman law is objectionable because it directs the pur Â¬ records accurately tho distnuco traversed chase of silver instead of providing for the fiee coinage of silver by the cyclist It is practically a 10000 Purchase means price price menus commodity nnd the treatment Undor Gold Thoy Havo Roachbd milo tapolino in a compact and conven of silver as a commodity means its derogation from its intrinsic ient form It is n gnat satisfaction for Bottom Conditions We Must tho rider to see tho miles roll up on tho rank as a money metal Gold has free coinage nud hence it lias dial as ho spins along Tho present cyHave Fair Pricos for no price in the United States It has the right of free coinage inclometers aro very simplo in const rue to full legal tender for the people who biing it to any amount to tiou nnd as a rulo perform their duty without error but too much must not the mints Silver coining nations have not purchased silver bo expected of what is merely n me PRODUCTS DOMESTIC They coin it for the people just as gold coining nations coin gold chanical coutrlvance A rider can hardly It is the absence of the free coinage of silver the existence of a expect his cyclometer to meiiHuro tho distanco between two points accurately limited and restricted coinage that compels government purchases ho wabbles from ono sido of tho road In tliPio opening doys of our presiden- Â¬ if tho othor In this way a beginners of silver and such purchases absolutely prevent parity Free to tial campaign wo hrnr n great ilenl cyclometer might record n milo whilo metallic coinage is essential to the pniity of the two metals and Tho word is used about repudiation ho has been pursuing his sinuous courso nothing else will successfully and satisfactorily maintain such ns glibly ns if it wero at harmless as only lialf that distance any of tho epithets employed for cam Â¬ forCyclometers aro mado for whecit of a parity paign purpows One would think from given diameter nnd if a 20 inch cyclomThe British new fangled theoiy of cold monometallism is an tho frequent uso of tho torin by those eter bo fitted to a 28 inch wheel tho ignorant insular weak minded theory like their theory of taxa- Â¬ Â¬ who ndvocnto the single gold standfigures will not bo accurnto enough to tion without representation before 1776 Return to ard tlint tho peoplo who aro favoring bo valuable For tho Banio reason if tho tho full rcniouctizntion of silvor by re Â¬ front tiro bo soft an appreciable error the bimetallism of 1S73 It is a permanent remedy for our finan- Â¬ storing it to tho freo coinago rights in tho measurement will occur becnuso cial dUliculties Free silver coinage has not failed The country which it always hnd until they wero of tho lessened diameter of tho bieyelo has not tried free coinage since it was unwittingly abandoned in surreptitiously destroyed in 1873 wero wheel of If tho tiro sinks in a quarter working to bring about repudiation Silver pur 1S73 but it has tried a limited and restricted coinage an inch under tho weight of tho rider Tho United Stntcs has not a dollar of tho error in n milo ride would nmoiuit chases the accumulation of silver bullion rial a depreciated cur Â¬ money that is not rcdccmublo in to 14 jiaper yards Thus tho uceurney of a cyrency all of which have been forctd upon the country by mono silver nor lias it over had n dollar of clometer mcusuienicnt varies perceptilawfully payable by bonded dobt not mctallists tlnough miserable compipmises obtained from silver of tho bly according to the hardness its express terms in coin of tho weight tire Howover tho uverago bieyelo rider money Why not try the only remedy that has not yet been ap- Â¬ and fineness of 1870 when our unit of is not nil engineer or surveyor and tho The insufficiency of our present volume of currency plied money was tho silver dollar nnd sil- Â¬ popularity of tho cyclometer is in no ver uot gold was tho legal standard of way endungered becauso of this slight seems to be everywhere conceded and yet there is an unaccount- Â¬ measure When wo consider tho vnst a failing to variation from tho truth able reluctance to establish a permanent financial system under ness of our debt and tho fact that it which tho cyclometer is often driven by which the deficiency can be easily supplied must bo paid out of tho profit of earn Â¬ tho scorcher eager for n huge mileago ings ou production thoso who talk so record I have heard intelligent men frequently say Let us have freely of repudiation aro playing with So long us tho vnriation is on tho cya dollars worth of silver in a silver dollar and everybody would flro in n placo crowded with combusti- Â¬ clists sido tho cyclometers futuro is be satisfied This is a very narrow and superficial view of a bles Bufo At any rate tho demand for tho Thcro is n real repudiation a funda great problem for the solution depends little upon n mere matter dovico is lively and tho makers nro ro mental repudiation tho repudiation of trenching their losses incurred by tho of ratio tho divino law that tho laborer is encroachment of tho bicyclo npon tho If the ratio is changed it should not be enlarged but dimin Â¬ worthy of his hire which tho peoplo watch trade Now Orleans Times against by trying to aro now fighting ished and put at 15 so as to correspond with that of the Latin Democrat givo to tho oxchango of products tho Union The Appellate CourU help of Rilver which will nllow some It is said that the presidents message contemplates the es profit out of which dobt can bo paid Appellato courts can know nothing of Thero is no other way to pity it It must tho real trial as it did occur yet they If tablishment of a gold standard as the policy of this country bn paid that way or not at all Tho peonro not deterred fiom granting now he really favors the single gold standard I absolutely decline to continue tho gold trials and practically co operating with plo who aro trying to I shall refuse to follow any ad- Â¬ follow him in his new departure policy which has already roduced prices unscrupulous uttorneys for tho escapo of of products to or IkjIow cost lino and men guilty of tho most wicked murders ministration which seeks to place the Democratic party in a false Which if kept up must inevitably deAppellato courts too frequently seem to position which seeks to lead it away from its traditions away stroy our ability to pay our dobts aro think that superior knowlcdgo of tho from the currency of our fathers away from the path of safety for funda Â¬ law is shown not by affirming tho norepudiation working for mental repudiation for undermining away from democratic principles and platforms and into the tion of tho trial court but by standing tho foundation of sound and solvent in untagonism to it and by criticising The president must rely upon republican camp of the enemy conditions If that is done then tho its action votes to carry out any such suicidal policy superstructure of debt built on tho earn raso of tho bold open It is liko tho ings of tho people must cruinblo and critic who frequently gets credit for sufall perior knowlcdgo by tho audacity of If wo wero llko England a country his criticism when in fact ho knows having insufficient natural wealth to nothing of tho subject Appellato courts would enj y a short stay in this land of sustain our peoplo if wo wero just a aro very often mudo up of men wanting bunk nml n workshop baring to go all in knowlcdgo of tho most elementary sunshine and lowers This year unfor- Â¬ over tho world for food to supply our principles of tho criminal luw for they tunately we have had too much sun- Â¬ population for motcrial which their havo never cither studied or practiced shine it has destroyed the flowers skill could fashion for mans uses and it With this wunt of knowlcdgo of tho and with them has flown every gold- Â¬ which our ships could then distribute very law thoy nro seeking to administer and pcddlooutj if wo owed no dobts but they try tho caso not on its merits to Writes an Interesting Letter From en hope of the toller in the fluid The oat yield was not mflleient to pay were tho creditor nation of tho world dctermino tho guilt cr innoccuco of the Texas About Hunting Fishing the expense of harvesting same for tbon as a cold blooded business propo- Â¬ man but they try it by somo technical sition irrospectivo of fairness or moral rulo which lias really no relation to tho rec jived 13 for eighteen acres and Farming rights it might bo business to work guilt or innocence of tho accused the yield of corn will hardly reach flf tho people of other countries and llvo North American Review teen bushels and tho cotton crop will and got rich off tho sweat of tho brows not exceed one fourth of a bale yet Tim ltulem of Kuc1nd people and in a cold blooded of other Politically He Says The Lone Star it Is said this county has the best crop push that ad business way wo might Kings have governed England for the ntit e can boast of I raised 100 vantngo to tho limit which still per008 years queens for 120 and protectors State Will Give 200000 Major- Â¬ bushels of com last year which I refus- Â¬ mitted our debtors to cam enough over for 1 1 years Tho averago reign of the ity for Bryan living expenses to meet interest and kings has been 2 ed to splint tho price prevailing at that years of tho queens principal on credits wo had granted Hum 15c per bushel delivered eleven 80 years tho averago reign of all tho them If wo went farther wo should be sovereigns being between 28 und 24 miles from home I sold tho same yes destroying tho goose that laid our golden years Tho uverago roign of tho kings terday full of wevil iu tho crib for 22a egg Tho gold staudard people aro now of tho Angovin dynasty 80J yenrs is GOLD BUGS NOT KNOWN THERE hlch would hut for tho financial pre choking their goose mighty tight greater than that of any other reigning euro havo brought 50c But wo aro n great continent with family although tho averago reigu of over 70000000 of peoplo with our tho liouso of Brunswick very nearly ap It has rained here but twice since early wliolo laud interlaced by rivers checkod proaches it Tho averago of tho Yorkist Pakkkk Coiun county Tkxas Aug spring Wo had a heavy rtln the day over by crossiug railway lines sur kings 8 years is tho least of ul before the Sherman cyclone but none R S Skiiaman Hardinsburg 10 1800 rounded by 6eas Our natural wealth is Four sovereigns of England havo been may be caused on that day yet we wero close enough only Borutchod on tho outcrop If we of tho Nonuun dynasty and roigncd 88 Ky Dear Brother You can havo fair prioes for our domestio years eight wero Angevinsor Plnutug to wonder what has crossed the dream to see distinctly the black twisting masp products in our domostio markot wo cucts and reigned 245 years threo wore of my life to induco this letter nfter and knuw well what was going on We can carry our debts and win out If our of the house of Lancaster aud reigned Ion years of criminal negligence but I have bad one light rain since that The increase of production and exchango is 03 years thrco of that of York and knowyqutobe a man of brain enougn earth is burning hot vegitation dead all donn at constantly loworiug prices which roigncd 24 years fivo wero Tudors aud to appreciate the situation Unfortunate- Â¬ except cotton which is a sun plant and Jcavo no margiu of profit wo must in reigned 00 years nnd thcro havo been am growing old and you behold the will live In dryer earth than almost any cvitubly fail Twcnty threo years of six sovereigns of tho liouso of Bruns ly I brought us to rock bottom con- Â¬ wick which has existed now for 181 situation My head now resembles tho thing else Picking in full blast a thing gold lias peak of a snow clad mountain then I never kuowu here iu August before and ditions Under silvor wo mado mouoy years am working hard In the cotton fluid and will close by the 10th of October Instead With its holp wo shall make money EntcrprUIn agaiu Our people- ennnot afford to fail when my Sundays and other idle houra of December I am picking none yet as Irato Business Man whlto with an como it takos all of that leisure for re the days are too hot for me mercury 10 They aro therefore determined on a You book cuperliou change of flnauoial policy on a policy gor at boiug disturbed this situation brings very in the shade yesterday an the wind so suited to our needs as n surplus and sell- Â¬ agents mako mo so angry with your vividly to my mind a verbal contract by hot that houi flt a pled uuder the bod to norvo and impudcuco that I ing country which will make solvency coufonuded others forgotten between myself aud ebcapelt I will quit the schorched plains TIiIh calls for tho help of sil Â¬ cannot find words to express my indig possible In my estimation one of the noblest and of Old Collin county on Tuesday next a ver with full rights of freo coinago at nation Book Agent jomplug with enthu most Intelligent boys of ray early associ- Â¬ party of us with nets guns doss ice and mints at its existing ratio of 10 to oar 1 Thero is nothing dishonest in that siasm Then sir yon nro in luck I ation Thatcontract was relative to tho all healing balsam will take up our whoa tho rost of tho world usos it at havo hero tho very thing you need a financial rleoof one and not tho other abode In the tangled forests away down to 1 That Wall street still talks dictionary of tho English language That boy was ever gonial W D Holt the Trinity river whero we will eat ven16 about 68 cent dollars only proves containing all tho words nnd slang who may now be rambling iu the green ison and fhh drink mint sling aud lis thut Wall street has uot yot got out of phrases known and only S shillings world for it has ten at night to the howl of the wolv s Tako it and you will never bo nt a loss fields of the etherlal tho eloraentary class Blttoroxporience London Tit been a long stretch of time since I heard and the scream of tho panther until gl von tho producers to express yourself agaiu a hard school has I hope bo still lingers the scorching days of August are wafted from him Now York Bits ainoreadvancedoduoation amid terrestrial scenes like myself with away on the cooler breexja of September Daily Financial Nows Intrntlv long stay I If the Colonel could be with us this trip GroiTcHor VOJtlM This is such a quiet neighborhood a flittering prospect for a Henry Gosvonor tho Dont you over sit out ou your front am in a souse a boy to day aud find as it would be of incalcuable interest to us Hon Charles much music in a pack of hounds and both Fanned by the cool brerzaof the lightning calculator of tho MoKinley steps No Thcro is nn omnlcur photog can tumblo a deer with aa much ease as Gulf of Mexico he could there place boom has returned from England with Chfcugo I could when in the north west thirty upon his watch chain as charms a claw a fresh consignment of bogies He do rapher across tho street fiye or more years apo Then Iain an and a tooth of a panther as an evidonce olares tho Eugllsh aro bitterly opposed Record w to tho olectiou of McKluloy Of course equatlc bird inwater and aa expert with of his BQCceea as a hunter lie and I Us Whittled Mr QrosYOUor doesut secure this lufor He Nice dog I Havo you taught him pole and line and can land fish equal to made the welkin ring In our early youth wation from tho English nowspapcrs as tny now tricks since I wus hero lust Peter of old I often wonder why it is and were almost Inseparable Those they mo engaged iu throwing cold wa Oh yes ho will fetch that the Col J T Skillraan a sportsman She sweetly vere goklendays It Is truebut now since the DoBiocratlo nominee Ex ter oh our hat if you wbisjlol Boston Globe by nature and plenty of means to justify time has silvered our locks we could change An eyesore a sore eye or two sore it doesnt join me in one at least of my ranr keenly appreciate such sport but ROYAL Bnklng Powder eyee may be cured by the m- - of Suther Â¬ annual linuta It would be a brillUat alas thegrt are among the Improbable e all la ltavnlai lands Kagle Eye Salve 25a a tube at I6rh in his life to relate In after yean te I will not take time jtut new o reply beeUea be to your polltleal seruiqn deljvere hia nam rose eJiprlagp hlr U dealers SitHftk V S eovMWBMt Gold Means mffi8ffiimmmammm HILL ON BIMETALLISM Question Less What He Said on the Than Three Years Cancer Of W D CAIN LUMBER COMPANY zKnr Repudiation W D CAIN Manager Â¬ Â¬ the Face xKVX3sra aon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LARGE STOCK OF Mrs Laura E Minis of Dawson Ga A small pimple of a strawberry says color appeared on my cheek it soon began to grow rapidly notwithstand Â¬ ing all efforts to check it My eye became terribly iuflamcd and was so swollen that for quite a while I could not sec The doctors said I had Cancer of the most malignant type and after ex hausting their efforts f without doing me any good they gave WIT up the case as boneless When in formed that mv father had died from the same disease they said I must die And a general line of Building Material as hereditary Cancer wis incurable At this crisis I was advised to try SSS and in a short while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do so for three mouths then it begau to heal I continued the medicine a while longer until the Cancer disappeared entirely This was several years ago and there has been no return of the disease W D CAIN LUMBER LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS BRICK Â¬ iron and Steel Roofing- - Prices Reasonable Estimates Furnished Solicited CO Correspondence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and only a blood remedy will cure it S S S purely vegetable is a real xuamnlccd bood remedy and never fails to per First webtirt with this propItion manentlycurc Cancer Scrofula Eczema him a Rheumatism or any other disease of the That a man mutt have behind will be later he blond Send for our books Redeemer or sooner orthat forever just Mood on Cancer and Diseases irretrievably lot and so with that whieh represent money mailed free to Let it bo 11 certificate bink note or any address any thing that rcpresHtits money it must Swift Specific hav behind it a Redeemer or liko the Co Atlanta Ga natural man without a Redeemer will teen months ago but will express a hope sooner or later b lost and for all time to that all you bolters will return to tho come They both the natural man or Democratic fold iu time to do ai the peo Â¬ that which repres nts money may prosple of the south of all partiesare sure to per or II niribh for awhile hut the day of do 011 the third of November next not redemption will como some day and withstanding the Courier Journal to the then ioiiihh I hn crash ami loss and ruin contrarygivu Hrycnnnd thuwliul Demo to that which ban nit behind it t Re cr tic tlci et almost a solid vote You may deemer We defy tho world to prove to the conput Texas down 200000 majority for trary People lose si lit of the fact that Democracy A god blg is hardly known the government is liko an individual here and must like an individual have a limit Love to Lucy and exjuso my long do to Its trauf actions or busines Some lay people think the givernmeiitis abjolutd Your brother ly without limit tiiat it can go ahead nnd AmosSivIliman do or propose to do any thing no matter Jtsse L Test Esq an old resident how iinruisonable the proposition noth and highly respected citizen of our town ing could be more absurb It is uot the called this morning and alter purchasing great amount of money we want but a a bottle of Chamberlains Cnollc Cholera good money nnd thut properly and judi and Diarrhun Remedy Baid If any ciously used or turned over rapidly than one asks you if this remedy will do win t a small nmmouut paying ami liquidating is claimed for it tell them yes and re- n vnst number of debts if used properly We have plenty of money now what fer them to me II Aujkandki Sroicn Iteynoldsville Id No one can doubt is the cause of hard tiramY Well any the vahin of this medicine after giving it man who will calmly and soberly rend a fir trial Then it is pleasant and safe nnd post himself ran seo what tlm cause to take making it especially valuable is First three years ago wo had u pauic for children For sale by A it Fisher Had you 1opocrats forgotten that Why druggist because tlm Democrats mnde the tnrrill the issue when Cleveland was elected DUKES saying it was robbing the farmer nnd Inborer nnd therefore must bo reduced Mr Stevens a Federal Soldier Died SudTho Democrats comiug into power capi- Â¬ denly Saturday Morning Cutting do what they talist looked for them A Reala Blood Remedy Cancer is blood disease IRVINGTON KY the blood of a goat to deceive the pio ptbut it will not work Now a word about tho bond ques Hon am not posted well enough to tell jiiBt how manv bonds issued when payable and etc but this much I do know That wo had a long and bloody ar that war cost money How wns tho debt to be paid We had no money to pay it the result was the government issued bonds holding out each induce ment as would nsult in their being pur chased by uionoyed men n certnin stipu Â¬ lated nnd boiiatide contrnet was made with those who purchased thtbe bonds and all now there is iu the whole thing is to pay these bonds oil just as we agreed to pay them nnd any thing else js nothing but open square out reproduction aud that is what tho silver craze means and will result in if they should succeed Who is In favor of such pro- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ sss Â¬ Â¬ ceedings Now look to whatmau will stoop when blinded and crazd by tho rabble huz Â¬ zaing at ills heels and seeking worldly fame aud honor Bryan Blolo his cross ofgjldaud crown of thorns peroration out right from a speech by Congressman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ McCallof Massachusetts he stands on a nlatform stolen by the Populist nnd he supports a policy which would steal half the Kavingtt and earnings of tho peo Â¬ ple Â¬ to AMOS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yt Â¬ Â¬ Hlght Rpt said thoy would lower the tnrill This naturally caused a feeling of uneasiness Health Is very giod and silver advanc of districts or lack of confidence in moneyed men which ended in locking ing Mr Hank Ilurnett Unlabel homing up or hoarding awny nil the money be cause nosiusible man will put his money tobacco Tuesday out when times are so uucertaiu and Mrs Emma Ry visited Mrs Maggio there is likely to bu a great departure 11 iberts Thursday from the grand principles that has made Mora Galloway of Cloverport was In ub one of the guulest nations ou earth town Friday evening From that shock we have not recovered Misses Ierllo and llertlm liowlds are yet and large dufeat looking us iu tho face because our revenue men are uot visiting this week near 1ellvllle J J Ilurnett and wife visited at his sufficient to piy expenses Times bcoiu parents Mr and MrsSun Hurnot Sun Â¬ hardnow what we want is a good strong wholesome tarrifiaud we will bo alrigh day with a sound money man for president Eil Tindle is running Mr Arnolds Wo will then have uothiug tu complain barber shop in Cloverport he being of Now in all candor aud fairness I sick want to euy this if 1 have had a single We had a nice rain Saturday night the good reason for being for free silver I wind blew very hard but did no serious dont know It and I have read all the damage free silver papers I could gt and also IlevT Fallen will preach tho fifth that great and noted Bpeech of Mr Bryan Saturday night in this mouth at the O I have read Bryans speech over three P Church at this place times and can gt nothing out of It that The Mt Vernon club played the Haw is a good reason for tialug for free silver esvlllo club Saturday Mt Vernon One trouble Is wo have agrat host of scored 14 Ilawesvlllo 13 slick broken down polotltians going over There was a great number from our the country trying to draw the prejudice neighborhood attended tho free silver of the farmor and laboring man against capital ttiid is wrong und more than all barbecue at Hawesvlle Saturday Mr Stevens a federal soldier of tho they tell such glaring falsehoo Is to the late war died very sudently at his home masses We know that tho peoplo ere not all In Brcckenrldgfi county Saturday morn poited on this qustlon liki they should ing Ifai a very refreshing shower of rain be and slick fellows take advantngo of it Friday which cooled the air and gave deceive thorn aud get them to almost the farmers hopes for a better yield of rlso up Iu resolution we are on tho eve of a resolution if calm and sober men the later crops Farmers are cutting their tobacco dont come to the front nnd tell tho peo ple tho truth TakiDg all drawbacks in consideration If I had tlmo I could name a great the crops of tobacco of thU section will many of the falsehoods being circulated fall below an average the people will not per vora McGavock one of our best farm- Â¬ among but will citebut timeone as grandÂ¬ you to neighbors has rented mit It ers and faUalml ni ever wvj published the tho Green Storott farm in the bottoms While we regret to lose him out of garbled extract from Dlalns speech try our community we wish him prosperity ing to make the Impression that he In his uew home Any oue wishing to would If alone today champion the buy or rent It will bo to their interest to causa of free silver Now let any man see Mr McGavock at once as ho hai a take the speech and rend It from begin Â¬ ning to end and boo if he thinks It good good farm to circuato among people to win them A Hedeemer Neoessary Attention to reo silver no they would not oit for Fopoorats their right arm I am contUKnl0 the whole argument PATKSVILtK Ky Eiutob Nbws Permit us through the Nkws to say of the sllyerlleB TJiay wllltot Up and just a few words In regard to the great logo and qupto scripture and then swear question 8ivr 10 to 1 Krtt and and call the banker robben and thieves unMmlt- d and say capital baa uala slaves oft the poor man and we will show you what we will V jwith oux platform andcand updates which cemjadus of loaepJiS oet o ianv coImb li um lypn dljwl to Â¬ well-to-do - Tobacco What ese does ho do He besmirches drugs into the canvas n sacred emblem oue that belong nlono to Christ the cross nnd crown of thorns causing great wonder to convey it through tho streets tlio lender first calling upon the Ird and then swearing a bitter oath Think of such saeralige nnd by a man seeming to rule nud govern the grnndest nation Christendom on the enrth It W Frymiro ami Why Buffer with Coughs CoUIh nnd LaGrippewhenLAXATiVKBiioMoQuiNiNK will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in tho head like Sul- Â¬ phate of Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure or money refunded Price 25 Conta For sale by A It Fisher N S tury Iis the wonder of tho 10th cenSteamboat Agents Â¬ GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPOilT CO KENTUCKY Iocal AgcnU Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Company Dealers In Doors Saab Winds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Ceiling Weather Hoarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material GRDVES fefc- fc TASTELESS i ojmwoxixj OrtOVKti IS JUST AS CQ4K PMt ADUtTS WARRANTED PRICE GO ots fwtaWeHckieCofU lAtlHIhHJHB ui4Ma 680 betUM of Uentlmeni W m Um TDNIC m VAVtmM OJIUTtonK aat hT Li H I LL fi sn lunorx KHUktlta4 nruMilr tfctayMt tat th druu 1iiIbh fe MSWXktl H L mmC ualTtn naif M to moot w jfcA j t -- k liUWUUIUJWMM THEX Breckenridge Jm D k V 0 BREGKENRIDGH L H W TIME NE1W OLxOVEURPORT KY News ud PrtprUtn Silltgt Eiltori WEDNE8DAY SEPTEMBER 2 I860 Bitiorlptioi Prlei 1100 a TtM la Adrtaot ll Paid at tki Bad of Oil Ym 3125 When Mr Bryan comes through Clove rport about the middle of the month the citizens of Breckenridge and Terry counties will see that he is given a re-Â¬ ception worthy of bis high position Politics will be 1 tld wide for the time and everybody rill give him a cheeiful greeting The day and hour will be fully advertised In time for atl to know Â¬ TAME CLIFTON MILLS A eoiaa wht Pasitarsr Dally arr llardlnibnrg soma but Panengtr Dally arr Hardlaiburg- llll pm - 739 am Parka Understands the Raising of Pigs Picture Man in Town Weak Lungs Hot weather wont cure weak lungs You may feel better be- Â¬ cause out of doors more but the trouble is still there Dont stop taking your Free Silver Rally AT HARDINSBURG Marriage License SIX PAGES it Senator Sherman the Silver Rally Saturday Petition for Vote on Local Option Republican Li Hung Chang will visit Washington apostle of finance said in a speech de- Â¬ Jesfio Eskridge went to Louisville last in a few days in great shape livered in tho Situate in MJ that Friday Tk contraction of the currency Is a lar mote George Baker Cloverport was here Up to a lato hour last night we had dittrtulng operation than the Scnalora Mipjme Oar own and other natl hare cone thronah Sunday heard nothing further from Elizabeth that operation before It Frank Haswell went to Louisville h not poltle to take town that tnyage without the umt dmrtti To ever Monday person except a capitalist out ot debt or a sal tried Charley Hook went to Cannelton officer or annu last it Is a period of loss datgtr Tillman has sent a message to Ind Sunday lassitude of trade til of wages suspension of en Harrison challenging him to a Remember that Ir Bush will be here terprise bankruptcy and disaster It means ruin of joint debate all dealers whole debta are twice their busineis in September capital though one third less than their total prop Rev Rutlcdge and wife were visiting An unsuccessful attempt was made to erty It means the fall of all agricultural pro here last week taction without any greit reduction of taxes burn the court house at Hartford Ky Miss Irene Board left last Saturday for What prudent man would dare to build a house one night lost week a railroad a lactory or a barn with this certain Ruasellvllle Ky fact bt fore him T Money gets its due here JainesKlnch It is believed by those in a position to eloe the jeweler know that Bryan will carry this county If the relative few whose wealth con- Â¬ Miss Mary Smith left last Saturday for by three hundred majority sists largely in fixed investment have a Midway Ky to enter school right to use the ballot to enhance the Lawyer Henry Mathews goes to Kirk There is not enough gold and silver value of their investment have not the money known in the world to average rest of the peoplo tho right to use the next Monday to teach school A great crowd is expected here next live dollars for each person ballot to protect themselves from the disastrous consequences of a rising stand Â¬ Saturday at the big silver rally Dr J C Bush will be in this place Ir any one tells you that a silver dol- Â¬ ard The people who must purchase lar is a fifty cent dollar just ask him if money with the products of Boil stand in about the middle of September he has any to sell for fifty cents a position entirely different from the Leave your subscription to the News poeition of those who own money or re- Â¬ with V G Babbage Hardinsburg We respectfully solicit the Hon Char ceive a fixed Income Tho well being of Mr and Mrs Dave Cully Cloverport les Blanford to attend the speaking by the nation aye of civilization itself de Â¬ were here Sunday visiting Mrs Witt Hon Charles Bronston at Hardinsburg pends upon the prosperity of the masses Johnnie Kincheloe left last Saturday next Saturday What Bhall it profit us to have a dollar which grows more valuable every day if to take charge of his school at Union Mr Bryan has made a most triumph such a dollar lowers the standard of civ- Â¬ Star Miss Minnie Reading of Hawesville ant tour through the State of New York ilization and brings distress to the peoÂ¬ bnt the bolting papers dont seem to ple From Bryans speech of accept- Â¬ arrived Saturday to visit Mrs C L Beard ance have found it out T C Lewis has opened his jewelry The consuming capacity of this coun- Â¬ shop Hov Charles Bronston will speak in the old Novelty store Tieff try is in the soil Our purchasing power from the front of Murrays oflice in Clo Hobcn Xo matter verport at 7 30 oclock pm next Sat comes out of the ground Frank Beard left yesterday to attend how high legislation may put the pur unlay the 6th inst chasing power of a dollar if it impairs the Sound Money Convention at Indiathe purchasing power of the farmer pro- Â¬ napolis Ir Bragg and Buckner should be nom Â¬ duction and consumption fall If gov- Â¬ Owen Cunningham and Gua Shellman inated at Indianapolis would it be ernment puts tho purchasing power of attended the picnic at Union Star last proper to call the campaign cry of their gold up and the purchasing power of the Saturday followers the rebel yell farm down there can be but one result James Bishop who came down from The farm ceases comparatively to be a Louisville some time ago in bad health Those are valiant followers that Dave buyer in the markets Business of all is improving Murray has over at Elizabethtown but kinds feel the loss Labor loses employ- Â¬ Mrs Colgan who has been visiting it eeerus that those other fellows have ment Bankers doing a legitimate busi Â¬ here for some time returned to Webster somebody pulling for them too ness lose investments Property owners last Satuaday lose tenants and rents Manufacturers Miss Fannie Smith left last wetk for The silver rally at Hardinsburg next lose sale for their products and hunger to take a position in the Saturday will attract the largest crowd poverty and distress stalk Elizabethtown and want that has assembled in Breckenridge public school there ghastly through the land As long as county since the day of the centennial Rev E E Pate went down to the Falls the prices of farm products go down nothing in this country but gold can go Monday to survey the lauds of Samuel The delegates to the boltocrat convenDavidson deceased up- tion boast of what a fine looking set of Mrs Robert McGuflin attended the men they are They will be wishing for They Contradiot Themselves State Sunday School Convention at shirt sleeved voters before November Here are some of the brilliant argu Â¬ Owensboro last week ments of the gold bug fuglemen and the Mrs Amanda Smith and daughter The bolters meet at Indianapolis toÂ¬ same intelligent leader of the peoplo Mrs Lum Smith are day to nominate a candidate for Presi will quote them all In a ten minute con- Â¬ Miss Adel and visiting at Stepenoport dent hut the Courier Journal is the only versation if you will give him theproper Mrs Charles G Read of Louisville ia paper in the country that is saying much ecouragement here this week visiting her parents Mr about it was demonetized by Jefferson Silver and Mrs G W Beard and by Jacksou in ISM silver in Milton Board Jr and Joe B Cox at- Â¬ Ir that body of battle scarred patriots has never been demonetized tended the Congressional Convention at now in camp up at St Paul should hear A silver dollar is worth only fifty rente any kind of a noise down about Indian- a silver dollar is worth a dollar any- Â¬ Elizabethtown last week apolis that reminded them of thirty odd where Where honey is there are bees where years ngo they will move immediately There is 1000000000 of gold in circu- Â¬ bargans reign thats here crowds col- Â¬ on the enemys works lation in this country the reason gold lect James Kincheloe the jeweler does not circulate is because it is too The price made to you on watches Gold bug papers are showing their valuable clocks and musical Instruments will as utter contempt for the fanners by car The per capita circulation of the Uni tonish you Visit my store James tCHjnliii them in all kinds of ridiculous ted States is aoout J24 the rtr fon why Kincheloe Bliaptn shabby and rag jed clothes big the per capita circulation is only f184 a Robert McGuflin will make an address coars- - boots seed top hats hilly goat because silver agitation hsu driven gold at the Baptist church next Sunday morn WiiisU rs etc besides calling them Jays out ing at 10 oclock in the interest of Sun Â¬ It uteris Hayseeds etc Silver is money idlver is a commodity day Schools The reason why the single gold stand Â¬ Richard May Is a red hot sliver man Talk of international agreement is ard is the bst U because geld s the and he doesnt believe tht wull ktiowii to he a campaign dodge and most valuable UHta the realtor why it makes iutelligeut people feel sorry for silver was demonetized in 1S7IJ Js be- Â¬ story that Parker is coming here Satur- Â¬ day to do up Bronston tlt iyuoraut person who honestly talks cause it was worth more than gold The owners of the Hambleton Hotel it and contempt for tho knave who to equal ciioae If we restore silver known better but prochtiuiH it to deceive privileges with gold gold will be ilrivi n ought to give the building a new coat of ills fellow man out of the country tnd we will be flood paint It would serve to brighten up ed with cheap silver Irom foreign coun- Â¬ things on that equare a littlo Marvin Beard went down to Hawes- Â¬ The fall of the Mexican dollar since tries in 1873 a dolltr In silver was worth 187 shows the fall in the products of ville last week and entered the bicycle 1 03 In gold and wn could not kjtp it Amciican labor including silver under from going to foreign countries henre race They do say he would have won the gold standard Prior to 1873 the we bad to stop its free coinage the first prize had tie not bursted his Mexican dollar was worth more than Silver is ju it en much a redemption wheel the American gold dollar and if we re money now ai it ever was silver is now N II Watlingtoa will move over from monetize silver it will be more again redeemable in gold and that Ik what Union Star this week to Phillip Dur Â¬ makes it good hams farm He will take charge of the The Republicans cant dodge the mon Â¬ You want to forte a fifty cent dollar place and work it Mr Durham being ey issue by trying to forco the tariff to on the people by remonetUing itilvtr too old to give the farm any attention the front The present gold standard you want to Joulilu the wealth of the Fob Sale A small stock of groceries system ia a Republican measure and owner of silver bullion by making filty confectioneries and fixtures a good house was put upon the statute books while cents worth of silver worth a dolla andsplendid location for a bakery or that party was in power They hopo to If you remcnetize silver you will drive restaurant which is greatly needed in defend it if they can hut they prefer gold entirely out of circulation and Hardinsburg Bent on house very some other question there will be a ruinous contraction of reasonable For particulate call ou or the currency if you remonetize silver write Tom McQill Hardinsburg Ky you will cheapen gold and force Let those who are now reaping advan Â¬ into circulation and there will be a dan-it Â¬ It is reported here that parties favor tage from a vicious financial system reÂ¬ gerous inflation ol the currency ing whisky license have a petition in to come their member that in the years circulation to secure tho requisite num own children and their childrens chil- Â¬ Political Notes ber of signers to have a vote taken on dren may through the the operation of Hon Jno W Lewis Itepublican nom- Â¬ the license question this fall The yote this same system be made to pay tribute inee for Congress will address the peoÂ¬ to the descendants of those who are ple of this county at the following places will be confined to the district as it was three years ago and tlie number of petiwronged to day From Bryans speech and times Hardinsburg Saturday tioners are two hundred to order an elec- Â¬ of acceptance Cloverport at tion Sept 10 at 1 30 p m night at 7 30 p m Stephensport Mon Â¬ Ik all the ages silver has been the day Sept 21 at 1 30 p ra i Irvlngton at Vrhe following ia a list ot marriage money of the plain common people and night at 7 30 p m Big Spring Tuesday license issued during the month ot gold has been tho money of the rich Spt 22 at 130 pm Hudsonville August i Raphael Knott to Mary Davis J 11 T Godsey to Laura Smth V a But you say we have silver money now Wednesday Sept 23 at 130 p m Yes that is true hut it does not pay one McDani da Thursday Sept 24 at 1 30 p Klseam to Maxie Bandy R M Fenwick toE A Roberts Ellis M Roberta to cent of the public debt for the reason m Itock Vale at night at 7 30 p m Nettle Parsons Eddie Hall to Etizt Par Â¬ that there ia now four hundred and fifty Jesse R Eskridge will deliver an ad millions of it lying idle in the vaults of drees on the politl al issues of the pres Â¬ sons Robert M Parsons to Millie Bean champ Walter Campbell to Mary E the public treasury ent campaign at Union Star on Saturday Bowiner Isaac Voyles to Mary I lay craft night Sept 12 1890 All are respect George Davis to Mealny 8lpei Tub adoption of silver at 10 to 1 Trill fully Invited to be present Nonce restore prosperity to all commercial en Â¬ I am now doing the repairs of watches terprises in this country The more clock spttaclesjewelry and silver ware money we have to do business with the shop next door to John Hobeus store greater will be the bulk of our business opposite Hamilton Hotel Call and see It cant be so under a gold standard be cause there Isnt sufficient money to meT 0 Irewhj meet the demands When silver is mm To ths Eorro I btve n absolute made to perform the functions of money remedy for Consumption By H J timely mt paying our debts public employes etc thousand of hopeless am have been already pernunently cured So proof positive am I then more of it will circulate of its power that I consider it my duty to unJ too bctlUt frit to those of your rtfcUrt 7t Infest Md Children who have GjnjumptioHThroat BronchU or The Lung Trouble if they witf write me their TUtU showed mo baking powdtt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There ar several cases of typhoid fever in this section B A Parks made n business trip to Hardinsburg Saturday Joe M Fitch went over to Hardins- Â¬ burg last Tlitusday on business 11 0 Bobbins and Joo M Fitch have the contract to celt our echool house District No 63 Charlie Priest of Roeellfl camu down Monday and purchased a cow of his Uncle Henry Priest Uncle Henry Priest our Miller and outspoken Populist visited at Rwetta some days last week Mrs Baaham and daughter Miss Blanche of Union Star visited at II B Parks one day last week Sarnie Beauchamp and wife havo tak- Â¬ en Mrs Beauchamps twin babies to care for during her illness Mack Avltt was in our midst last wek exhibiting some splendid pictures cray- Â¬ on aud India Ink for which he has an agency E J Beauchamps wife Carlton and Lula havo been right sick for some days but we are glad to report them im- Â¬ proving Several farmers have given up their entire tobacco crop to tho worms What has been housed is full of wormB and badly eaten J V St Clair and Taylor Dandy have returned from the Tar Springe where they have taken a recreation for a week drinking mineral water Lee Myers of Hardinsburg made a business trip to Clifton Monday aud boarded the East bound train at Lodi burg en route to Louisville Charlie Simmocs and Wm Claycombs son were in our section last week in search of cattle and hogs to feed But feeding stock is hard to procure at pres- Â¬ ent Prices two and threo cents vB A Parks has a litter ot pig which were eight weeks old yesterday that weigh from 3011b to 42jlb Tito principal feed used was stock or sugar beets which he deems indispenslble to perfrct devel- Â¬ opment of thorough bred stock We Bhall expect our nixt grand jury to hush the report of guns on the Sab Â¬ bath card playing and other gimes too degrading and sinful to be tolerated longer And we are truly glad that the better class of citizine have concluded to rise up with one accord and see that such characters are reformed by the law Scotts Emulsion HARDINSBURG KY September 5th 1896 All thoso who want to hoar truths about tho money question from a FREE SILVER stand point should come- out and hear tho Cham- Â¬ pions of this causo tho - because the weather happens BRONSTON If you have a CHAS to be warm weak throat a slight hacking Of Lexington Ky and tho cough or some trouble with the bronchial tubes summer Is A the best time to get rid of It If you are losing flesh there is Chairman Topulist Slato Committee Louisville Ky will address tbo all the more need of attention citizens of Brockenridge County at Hardinsburg Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go to-Â¬ gether One greatly increases the danger of the other Heal the throat cure the cough and strengthen the whole system Keep taking Scotts now Emulsion all summer Hon J Hon JOE PARKER SATURDAY for sale by aU dru crista at joe and Jto1 September 5 96 GLENDEANE Miss Sallle Moorman Returns Home Miss Lutle Moorman Has a Visitor Sur- Â¬ prise Party OPENING SILVER CAMPAIGN This meeting will open the campaign for Free Silver in this county Let every person who favors going back to tho money of our DaddicB and taking the power out of tho hands of WALL STREET and giving it back into tho hands of tho Toiling Masses of tho people Come out and lend their aid to tho Righteous causo of tho people como all and Wade Pile of Burns was in Glcndeane Sunday Miss Sallle Moorman has returned from the Tar Springs Come one is Miss Leo Moorman of Owensboro great joy visiting Miss May Moorman re- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J D Owen have just turned from a weeks vsit at Ferd Owens Miss Jessie Adams of Pino Blufl Arkansas is visiting Miss Lutie Moor roan hear Good news and glad tidings of C Com C Com J H LENNIN Chairman P P J WHITWORTH Chairman D Id Â¬ Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with local ah lications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease in onler to cure it you must take internal reme-Â¬ dies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for yearn and is a regular pre scription It is composed of the best tonics known combined witli the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect combina Â¬ tion ol the two ingredients is what pro- Â¬ duces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Send for testimoniale free CO Toledo O F J CHENNEY by all Druggists 75c 83old James A Moorman raised one citron vine this year which had seventy two citrons on it MiasZflma Strotherhas returned to Big Spring after a weeks visit to Miss Mary Moormans Quity a number of young people at Â¬ tended the surprise party at W R Moormans Saturday night A party of eighteen youne people chaperoned by Miss Cilia F Owon spent a most delightful day on the Sand Kuob on Saturday last All said they enjoy- Â¬ ed themselves immensely FOR SALE Peach trees at 7 per 100 40000 three and four year old Beo Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 All other apple trees from two to three years old at 5 cents each Pear Plum PISGAH Tom Ryan Visitrd Union Star Tobacco Cutting Is Over Flora Byan Is and Cherry trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WM S ASHBY oloverportey Sick cock-and-bu- ll Â¬ Tom Ryan spent several days at Union Star last weSk Miss Flora Ryan had a congestive chill Thursday Miss Eflie Hambleton has returned from Union Star George Newman returned home from Cannelton Sunday Tobacco cutting is about over and molasses making is on Charlie Barbee of Cave Spring attend Â¬ ed church here Sunday KIRK Fritz Tabling Tar Fork was the guest t f Mits Mnggic Bates Sunday Interesting Notes Mostly Cone rnlng tho Rev George Jones ot Hancock coun- Â¬ Doings of Society Mm h ty preached here Suuduy night Visiting Mies Horner and Mr McDanlel of Ptllviile who were visitingat Mattingly ilenry Mathews will teach t ur school wrre here at Church Sunday evening beginning September 7 Mr aud Mrs John Furrow and masJ W Head Falls o Rough was here ter Lay too of Hites Run were the visiting relatives last week giK EtH of W B Taul and family Sun Taylor Tate was the guest of Mica Mat day tie McGary McQuady Sunday TBE CLOVERPORT SCHOOL Miss Linnle Beard Hard tflburir is visiting her cousin Mies Mary Matting Will Begin Monday Sept 7 and all ly White Children of Lawful Age Marcus Mattinglyan Hurnard Rhodes attended tho picnic at McDanlejs Satur- Â¬ Hay Attend Free Â¬ Â¬ Bethel College Russeltville Ky Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate For Illustrated Catalogue address W S VVlVVUVitlVVI THE DAVIESS COUNTY IS RYLAND President A FAIR SURE GO FOE 1896 OCTOBER eth 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 AND WILL COMMENCE day Several from here attended the dmoe at Mr Mattingly s ana tney report a Â¬ fnmplion nr C Il rrt CASTORIA nice time Miss Mary Mattingly a pleaant young lady of St Anthonys was here trading last Monday L Rhodes and wife were tho guests of Mr and Mrs J L Mattingly Saturday and Sunday jface Coo m ctt MpDanlels was tho guest of ills sister Mrs Lou Ithodts Friday night II B Dockery and Miss Julia Rhodes McDaulels spent Saturday night with Miss Millie Sherron Mrs Millie Mattingly and Mtsa Rosa Sherron visited relatives near Freedom a few days last week Misses Louella Wheatley and Lzzlo Coomes leave Wednesday for a visit to friends in ieltchfte Joe Dt Jernette and family McQuady were the guests of Mr aud Mrs J M Withers Saturday and Sunday Wm Mattingly and wife ot Hardins Â¬ burg were the guests of Mr and Mia J T McQary Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice Mattingly who has been visiting Miss Lorena Mattingly returned to her homo in Cloverport Saturday Harry Wheatloy and Crajcroft came down from Meade county Satur day for a few days visit to friends here Dennle Shenoa Jr aud wife Lou Jarboe and wife attended church at EL Marys Sunday anil were the guests of Mr and Mrs Felix Ask las Â¬ t The Cloverport Puhlic School District No 1 will begin September 7 ISM and will continue for Ave months Every whito child of lawful age will havn tbo privilege of attending free of charge The compulsory law requires every child of school age- - to attend some school for eight consecutive weeks It Is our desire to continue this school for the usual term of niue months and fully sustain the course of study which includes Geometry Book keeping Chem Â¬ istry Physical Geography Physics Latin Zo ology English History A mer iran aud English Literature and Algebra To this we expect to add Botany with tho analysis of twenty five fhwcis To accommodate young teachers and pereons preparing to teach we will organixf in February a TeacbersCom mon School Courso and in it will include raqch of the Teachers Professional Course J II B Lutr Running and Trotting Races Their half mile track is improving every year and bids fair this year to be n record breaker The usual purses will be given there will be no entrance fee ami everybody lias the same chance Dont be afraid of freeze outs you have got a show every time and if your horse is the fastest you get the purse and it costs you nothing to enter The Price of Admission To see the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to loc so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Hail Display Will be up to the usual standing and will be as attractive as last year The Poultry will be first class The premiums are good and the quantity and quality of the exhibits are better every year JSWVvS The Prospects for the Fair Is first class crops are good the people have been staying at home want an outing so look out for the best fuir loir years ou necdn t he nfraid to bring your boys and girls noth ing goes this year but first class entertainments no in Â¬ toxicating liquors of any kind will be sold and an old fashioned fair s what will be the ticket REMEMBER Thousands of Women suriim UNTOLD aiijeries BRADFIELDS FEAYALE THE DATES REGULATOR Bj Arming to Joy to rulgn Worlds Fair Tests er so great la Jtav jalng pewer as the Royal so pare Sincerely T A ajtOCTK fc St Hnr T Th Editorial aad BuIsms Winaawas pit V ajiar UaanaUa ttU gsaerou froyusMiaa express and postoffice address tt zfflZw Mewre Deaaie Sherron Will i y and Miws MIla and Hherrwi Lena and MgIe Mr Gary attended cturch at St Mary fymday and were the of Mhjs tela apd AnIe Jol MUif throughout o frame It Never Falls to Raaulate Wiyi MX wlto utMmiitiiilrliMtmuYlpf le4 mm iitro wimiuuiimuwIU i A BChllttf tllllM bnltla if MMAllJIIAr 1SI IKU IK lllll UIATOU cut ilaUi uu wnolitm cvufclmimllkltiit I A ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Ach H m OrgiM It cmiM 3 health to bloom and Hj OCTOBER 6 7 8 9 I a 1896 Excursion Rates by River Railroad For pnvilicges apply to T A PEDLEY Mgr OwensWo For Premium List or other information apply te tho Secretary ni H S nl WHY l A gui HMWIMH Hf iWtl4TH W 4tKU fWM IWrffMUi HiUtvtemw At J DR C II TODD W GARTER Secretary OWlHSBOROj KY Prest IJ5 mmnmnHMi Lr f V fH THEl BREGKEMR1DGE NEWS QIOVERPORP KY RECKENRIDGB DNESDAY NEWS 1890 BENlQN TOHNAbOES Oue rfellrereil it Home to ft Mortgage ml Another Meile a Dog SaUlile TWO CONCEPTIONS I Â¬ OF COLUMBIA 7 1 Rpid iirit nf the Npceehea Made John Taul Wm Taul and Family of Way III Loclt llrctlnu FOLLOW SUIT FOfl Tho fallowing manifesto copied ver roka 0 T Are Returning Home By SELF PROTECTION batim from tho original postor is n capWagon B H Bates Weds ital snxdmcil of election olnntinnrn ns This Is What h Former Governor of the uppliod to parochial contests Follow Tobaeeo cutlng la the order of the day woikiiigiuon gdifleinen uud ladies I Hank nf Ingland Sar nn Mhcr Coin honorably pnt luywilf forward under here among our farmer ageThe Flrrtrlo Spark that U Kin Â¬ your ety kind notice fur n seat on tho tion dled In Chicago Miss Efflu Wilson was tho guest of tiwiiuscuuibu parish council Let mu tell Seen em said tho fanner worn From u BPhi bv tliorjro Trul William In you as u man that I was tlio first togHe Miss Maggie Hates Tuesday folly Why young feller I comes Lnwill Gpo Perkins Is on tho sick roll this Poople Rlhlnu to Assert Thair from Kansas cheap meat 1111 Galley Hill ami Swans Now then hero is tho only question combo nnd OhI said tho smart young man A tho simple question but it seems to mo never will all louiid I never did and Wei k Geo Is ia Ing the chills Sovorolonty linrt a workiiiginnii When Httlo later ho ventured to remark Miss Herlllft Howard Is visiting the Important Is it jmsslblo for tho United times is good I want to get paid for my Had loU of experience with cyclones Misses Ryans of Pisgah this week Slates liyits lesialntlnti to rnllvery superior food tlitit 1 always supply I suppose every oun admits to bo a national and and It Ituv Jones- of Pollvllle will preach at KxiHrienen Nnw vmi tlrmfc inf nn on international necessity iho lcstoio tako when times is hard then you ran Mil HEY WILL NOT BE ENSLAVED tisfiw A it ut experience dealing with cyclone said tion of silver in tho coinago systems of your wives liliv tirlrn von lik n In fiiil TanPa School house Sunday Aug 0th rsCS T Kjl and ehildieii and your fam- Â¬ mo man irom Kansas try tjfH causo them ks tho world Aud that is a pictly narrow ilies Miss Alice fceaton of Cloverpott Is twisters novor do tho Bamo thing twice 3 question on which to baso such lan- only from George Clinch Tlio Peoples visiting the Misses Kealons In tho Val- Â¬ p s YOU JURt lcarll to flic nut fnr tlin rnllnr guage as is used by tho Boston Trait work Butcher Inin this parish I shall ley ild Is Poworloas to Stop thn On when you seo cm comin hand with tho Rov script It is I hay n fair subject for Oeoigo hand Halo Mr O W Sanders has returned from Tlioy do all sorts of queer things I differenro of opinion I do not deny lowest pneo to bury Iho dead at tho ward March of a Nation of suppose said tho gripmun as ho start Â¬ that but it is tlio only issuo that thero in mother and put Iho poor body deep Evansville where he has spent tho Sum- Â¬ earth wheio they ought to mer ed tho train with a Budden bound Hint Is iHjforo tho peoplo today Frooman bo and I promiso that 1 shall sell my jostled tho smart young mans hat over international agreement is tho answer meat at tlio same B H Wllsou is down nt R Pales this ills eyes ptiee I shall also wo havo from our Republican oppohelp Mr Dunbar for ho Is an old Toff week doing somo plasteriogon Mr Pates Ono of em dono mo a good turn nents namely that tho gteat nations of to rcduco tho salaries of clergymen as house onco said Aho man from Kansas med- Â¬ Europe sholl join us and leglslalo at tho LIBERTY ENLIGHTENING THE WALL HTUKKT IDUA Wnorlcan Sontimont Is Opposed to itatively it do cost too much for prayers and wo Boot nnd Mit Glover own B Franklin Frank M D has gone to samo time in tho samo direction THE WORLD can go up to glory nt u lew price I tho next faro to miuo out in Pawnco A fow of your HnanoierH would fashion n now figure a flguro Government by Injunction Well to show vou that it In nnt m nlso promiso Jolly Station to complete his large build- Â¬ roprosenl county nnd their crrmfi knnr nfnlltnn to do moro than thn lnkt ng Columbia hr hands bound fast with fotters of gold preposteious au idea that this govern ing thero and her faoo turned council for they and they kept a borrowing money off of Freedom Equality toward tho east appealing fur assistance to thoso who live boyoud tho sea but ment should undcrtako it alone let mo Mickey Finn is dono nothing nnd 111 mo till they hod their house mortgaged not standing but sit Â¬ Geo Gray of Hardlnsbunr has hpoiin quote to you Ihu words of Lord Lldder ting down low this llgnni eon never nxpiowi your idea of this nation Yon will rathor turn wo can do good business his echool hero and is boarding clean up to tho roof It looked liko my for inspiration to the heioiu statue which guards tho ontranco to your daln who was a former governor of tho at the city and havo money was a goner for they kept on That flguro Lllnirty Eullghtenln- - tho World Is emblematic Bank of England nuo of the st post Â¬ meetings no DonuylironV fair at our homo of W N Pato ono of the trustees of tho mission of In fact gentlemen and la- Â¬ losiutt their corn crun nvrrv vnnr nml T ND JUSTICE MUST PREVAIL tl08 0t thU oarth W J- - Dryan Madison Squaro ed men in financial matters known iu dies I shall do every mortal thing for LRev J T Keenan who has been spend uTrdwi couldnt get tho house causo they had tno world us to tho results of sucli tho good of your body and tho parson ing the week at homo with his mother a shotgun waiting for mo in tho kitchen legislation in thin country St Louis Post Dispatoh goes next week to conference at Vauce win iiih o caro ot your departed souls Well ono day long comes ono of theso At a banquet hold at tho Mansion I shnll leduco tho rates and get rent for burg Ky iTho Goulds Vuiidcrbllts Sages Whit- - roiring cyclones and blessed if it didnt Houso iu London ho spoko us follows tho workingiuen choni T I shall light aeys auil Morgans whoso money liui blow that whole houso ovor into my If thn American pcoplo had tho eour up your R A Pale has somo of the finest to WORKlNGMEN PLUNDERED PHILOSOPHY OF STRIKES roads so that von ran kp tlmm gfmtrollcd New York politics for more posture yes sir and dropped tho roof ago of conviction and adopted tho dou upon a dark moonlight night Tho lost bacco that we have seen for sometime Mian n quarter of a century do not yet down on tho foundations just as neat as What the Gold Standard Ilu Done tfor DiiRraoefal Methods Kmployod to Nwell bio standard of gold and silver no mat nnd we hint rnmn frnm lliilnlitiArnin word I say the Republican Campaign Fund iitkrntiiiil what has happened in tlo you could Imvo laid it Looked as if tho the Worklngman ter wlmt tho ratio they would insido of yourselves unto you is do your duty to ty Daviess and never mind about me houso had just sunk out of sight But Though many wrongs hove been com wnmtry but they do know that a do- Among the various evils a year but put 1110 on tho council for your own then I didnt Imvo 11 mortgage on tho Republican policy of financo which tho mltted in tho name of politics which India command tho trade of tho cast A protracted meeting conducted by JlMTinlinil attack lias been ntado upontho tho Straits Cliiim mid Tnn has engen sako and tho interest of tho men who Brothers so I didnt caro about that Rutledge Morton and Wood dered in this country may bo included havo rudely shooked tho public con Unless England should follow suit and get jMitrcuchniPiits of their usurped power roof broad by tho sweat of their brow Reminds mo of a story of n brother tho labor strikes which imvo Sjvcr llio people Ono who lias watched will begin at the Taul School houso Suu occurred science und produced a popular revul- Â¬ adopt 11 bimetallic standard sho would Household Words sion no soliome of plunder has yet lcen iusido of 18 months reaso to rtheui closely with good opportunities lo orminoout in lowaysaid tho man with Mich dcplorablo frequency within dy AugustiOst ISyo bo Had a fine setter dog carried out or oven proposed whicii mercial factor iu the markets n com Sndcrstand thom recently wroto of them on tho step tho lost fow years of tho HYPNOTIZED THE DEARS It Is repoited to u that John Taul best hunter in tho state My brother When money is plentiful nnd times rivals iu its revolting aspects tho out fthiit they aro as angry as confused and world Wm Taul wife and daughter Miss las anxious to sting aa a colony of hor- - couldnt shoot bo ho wanted to sell prosperous no ono ever hears a mur Â¬ rageous system of cstortion which tho A btory Which Nnwiuine Ilcllevea Ilecauae That bears out what our distinguishGrade haye started some two weeks paets whose ucst has been suddenly torn him But ho couldnt causo tho dog mur of complaint from labor It is only Republican leaders proposo to carry out ed friend bus alieudy eo ably Andfraou la Crornt ired pointed Had a twist in his tail liko a pig Cy Mown when depression settles upon the moucy in this camnaltrn No lnnpnupn tnn en out to you that this question not only J E Nuwsomo is Port Arthur Ca ago to make the trip from Waynoka O H There is no doubt at all that thoy aro clono caught that dog out in tho buck market and tho producers of tho land vcro can bo employed iu denouncing involves our internal industries but nadian mill Alex Andeison comes from T to this place via wacon drawn hv oeeply and bitterly enraged becauso of wheat patch one day and just nochorally aro itnoblo to rwdizo anything liko ft sat- such flagitious methods opens up tho markets of tho Pearl River Au Englishman named jlVxas ponies Thoy aro due here some Â¬ To iniiko tho chargo moro specific tho you toilers liere in tho city world to Atw ell wanted to get 11 bear and isfactory price for tho articles which 3I10 straightforward Democratic declara- Â¬ ironed out that tail liko a broomstick An time this winter of Lowell Ho sold tho dog for 80 tho next week dcrson tried to crntifv his ilidrn thoy prodnco that labor becomes restless senior member of thn crn nt sti nl Ann nf in competition with tho wholo world tion of iudependonco adopted at Chi- Â¬ Chicago Tribune One of our young men went to se a Jones Laughlinof Pittsburg who was under a righteous monetary system cago They feel that if any party is al- Â¬ Kewhomo told Forest and Stream about avl dissatiFflcd it Atwellwas tho kind of mail who young lady Friday morning aud spent lowed to win after repudiating them Now listen to the words of tho mone Strikts wcro never heard nf until tlin at tho head of tho Republican national FRIENDSHIP AND THE NURSE and donyiuK their riant to rnlo thor singlo gold standard was foisted upon committee in 1884 nnd who is also one tary commission cf 188U Tho gieitest would liko to kill bear in 11 trap so lhat Hfternoon and the next day trying Faro likelv to loso control of tho novom Why Two Neighbors Are Not on Very Gooil tho country Then begau tho long po of tho most conspicuous leaders in tho authority on exchanges known to tho Andeison took two bear traps and a lot to pursuade her father to let her go to Ithoiit for years to come if not perma Ternm With Kach Other riod of discontent which 1ms continued present campaign has posted up n no world perhaps M Hux GiMs now of bait up 11 gully near Ouimct looking church on Sunday Finally her father tice iu his Mammoth establishment callnently There is therefore uo likeliLord Aldernam said that Ilattio and you do not seem to bo down to tho present time America for it Kign The Englishman went look consented nnd than the lady would not ing upon each of his employocs to con- Â¬ eemld with open mints maintain ing for beam and left Anderson to set hood that tho reports of tho sums thov Taking tho figures contained in tho friends nuy moro said tho short thin the o ThisyoungNuaus name was Ell P aro raisin u to control tho election oxaa woman as slio paid tho fare ofllcia records tho mnnnnt nf mnnnv tribute tho sum of 1 to tho campaign parity between tlio metals without help tho traps B U Batep formely of this place All of it sudden n big sho bear ap gcrato their intentions But is it a caso Well no wo aro not roplied tho which the laboring men of this country fund In view of the relations nrisrtno from any other nation Tho great fa whero G0000000or 100000000 or tall fctout woman slipping her dinio havo lost siuco 1881 aggregates nearly between tho head of a largo business thor of bimetallism tho man who has pcareil before Anderson nt tho foot of a now of Cooks Mill IILwas as we un 500000000 can stop tho American back in her pocket book You know tho 200000000 whilo during tho samo firm and tho men employed under him dono moro iu this causo than any other treo between n couple of whoso roots derstand married Bometlme ago to n BCODlo as thevniovo forward in nhnlnnx nurso sho thouuht so much nf mmn in timo employers likewise havo sufforcd a moro verbal request lias ofttimos tho man iu tho world Genowski said only 0110 trap was to have been set Not hav prominent grass widow oTHhat place forco of a command When tho request a short timo ago that if to assert their right to liberty and self livo with 1110 last winter to tho extent of 95000000 America un- - ing any gun Anderson so Newsomo who has two children and IWXacres of government Tho unhappy condition of things is put into writing and displayed in eicrstexHi lier interests she would nt once says determined that hypnotic foico Why how did that happen asked Hun land Our informant is hisNinnt which theso figures set forth is directly somo conspicuous pluco iu tho establish Â¬ adopt tho fieo coinago of tiilver If unlimited ninnor can nnttln tlin In tho short thin woman Only nan to no used 1111l that suddenly An ment its compulsory effect is consider Â¬ about four weeks ago tho leader lues now before tho conntrv Brain is derson looked tho bear in tho e yes aud Mrs Keoin Pate who raised Ben lie M well I rupposo it was becauso troeeablo to tho single gold stondurd of tho beaten tho Democratic party is whipped sho heaid mo say that I paid my nurso As tho volumo of tho nations currency ably increased No excuse can bo pleadbimetallic cause in France M Meline tho bear paused then Anelerfcoii made wrote to bis aunt to send him his house ed aud tho man who is so fearless of tlnco passes with his hands Tho bear hold goods CO cents moro a week than Hattio did has been restricted prices havo nccehsa ut a banquet in Paris declared that hi ami disorganized silver will bo pernio kiieutly demonetized gold will becomo and that I wanted ono at the time Of rily been reduced aud with tho decline lightning as to opposo tho will of his metallism of itsolf depended upon tho loaned its iiead forwatd and its oyes bulged out Having satisfied himself tho solo staudard of valuo in mvina course I didnt say that to her yon iu prices there has been a consequent if employer is moro Hum apt to find him- - COIIersfol Of EllLlnnd mill- l itlut There is no uso takinc nills or mina sou witi out u joli I think ut tho samo dinner that tlio unit tno Dear was propeily Influenced debts cornoration notes without loan know but slio heard me Maybo I mennot a simultaneous decline iu wages lives to cure tho chills Dr Bells Pep To lUllko tho American lnhnrrr nrm tender quality will bo tho solo money tioned too that I givo my nurco threo In ordor to lestoro good times and pro general consensus of opinion among A Anderson yelled for Atwell but Atwell permint Chill Tonic cures them by was n good way off and before ho could vent tho possibility of strikes it is tribute to tho Republican campaign tho scientific students of this anhtmk ovcuiHg8outnwceic uirlswill bo girls nvanauio ior borrowers aim lortuo payitself It does more than that too it you know and 111 v linshmd cm lnnl- - necessary that sihcr should bo placed fund otherwiso than as a voluntary act Europo was so marked that it was evi nnivo tho sho bears ment of wages tho usurped power of and yeailing cub camo out of tlio treo nt tho gives you a new dress on the inside It tho federal courts will bo extended after tho children on thoho evenings as on n parity with gold Dntll this is on his part is Httlo short of iihsoluto dent Clint for tho success of tho move despotism It simply means that ho ment nothing wii now necessary but government by injunction will bo estab- well ns sho can douo strikes will abound and tlin uncn au samo time A yearling cub alouo would tones you up and makes you strong It bo 11 pretty bad fighter atcloso quarter lished trial hv Inrr will ho nlinHoltvl makes you fei bouio account Sold on Mhm It keeps a man from finding tcrs of want and suffering will contiuuo must contribute to hisown niiRcry and electric spark and Mr Morton Fiewen instead of ralhinu a virtuous nrntnst another distincuisheil niilimt- osneciullv with 11 linmnHml to fctulk abroad throngh tho land wherover plutocracy has noed of hasto fault with his wifes management too tin a guarantee against such ill tieatmcnt content him bimctollist said an putting down tue people tho nation- - if bos kept busy whilo hos at home It is possible that bear near by liablo to ccnio to at any NO SCALING DOWN sell rather with praising tho heel that that spark may bo kindled at Chicago moment but n Yes und Ivo noticed that by tho ai eieut win no pernotuatcu ana in cub and 11 Live Stock Journal Louuville grinds him to the earth yeaillng both ut onco mado n mighty creased bond issues in timo of nfnrn timo they aro in bed bos too tired to Under Free Coinage by tlio adoption of a fieo silver platSiller Hollar Will Lee Myer of Hardinsburg K y was Such a plan for raising campaign form Krious matter will bo continued to form n hnsla for n think of going out Well as I was say lie Worth Much a Now money should bring the blush to tho But Anderson wus fully equal to tho on tho market Tuesday and Wednesday corporation currouoy and to provent tho ing that girl como to mo tho very next Nobody is going to bo scaled down on cheek of every honest Rrpubiean Tho cmeigency Ho managed to look at the with two loads of sheep and lambs fieo circulation of gold wages and tho Week Oh and thn stories slm tnld m account of tho OUT OF CONDAGE rehabilitation of silver American jaoplo v ill not iiidorso boars four eyes at onco and noon had nroducts of our industries nf fnrm mid about Hattio oven to tho things sho had says tiio such John Casey of Rosetta Ky circulat Em mothods uud when the day of election Jeflerton Ird the Irople a Century Nowsnnm sit a said about mo youd scarcely boliove ployees nndCincinnati Enquirer factory will bo forced steadily downAco them Bubiuimted ed about tho yarls Tuesday Ho had a beneficiaries of lifo insur comes they will record their protest in B4 llrjan Dor Today ho would not havo believed Andersons ward tho wealth of tho country will Thb girl couldnt seem to remember any auco policies aro paid in It is well to recall at the eiloso of tho talo only Anderson is now cross eyed car load of sheep on tho market contiuuo to flow into the possession of of thorn at first but after Id jogged her now and silver dollars silver dollars tho ovcrwhel iing defeat of tho party under freo coin A good Hock of sheep is the which tolerates snch a praclice which ho wasnt before owing to his century tho ravings of thomonoerats tho few who nm nlrnsulv imtnnnnnlv memory sho told mo lots Hattio want hist hel- Â¬ age will bo as good as they aro now Methods of this kitd will writo dis when Thomas Jefferson led tho pcoplo looking both bears in tho eyes at once ed to quarrel with mo I could seo that wcalthv and tho cominnno of cnnltnl per not only in filling up the puree but Ono of tho effects of freo und unlimited grace I will bo pprmnucntly established on tho but sho didnt qnito dare as well as defeat upon tho Repub back to tho possession of their own in Sho know cpinogo of both money in keeping up the condition of tho Inn I metals would bo lican banner Atlanta Constitution HUmarcka rateful ripe 1800 At that timo Jefferson Madison how much that girl know Besides I to ruins 01 n government in which Washbring gold into circulation on n par Princo Bisuiurck is u great pipo col- without really uny extra expense that Gallatin nnd tho honest and sturdy re ington and Jefferson saw tho worlds was ns Mveot 13 houoy to her overy timo with silver lector and tho gem of his collection lias is within reach of husbandmen One publicans who stood for constitutional wo met hopo for freedom for equality for jusDEMOCRACYS NEW ERA A gold dollar is no better than u silliberty wero reviled almost as bitterly a curious history Muny years ago as thing should be remembered by farmers Thou how comes it that you aro not ver dollar now tice will buy no more cud It Marka the End r tho Helen or MonopIt Bismarck was strolling in tho suburbs who have suitable land at their com as aro too democrats 01 today If monoy in unlimited quantities can friends now pay no moro debt That is to hay it is of Fricderichsruh with his two hounds mand that thoy make a oly and ilrerd Tho lauguago in which the fuvoritos Oh didnt I tell you Tho girl went no control tho American pcoplo they will very great mis-better to tho everyday citizen The ho was accosted by 11 Bohemian peddler William J Bryan has opened n fresh of government under Federalist adminnow bo controlled and enslaved But back to lier after n while anu submit to annual I068 of moro only reason it 1b bettor to thoNuw Vork chapter of Amrrican history and headed istration and askenl to buy n plain mcerschnum lane Oh can monoy coutrol them said tho short thin woman importance than they amagine in tho capitalist and trader in money is be the Democratic ship upon tho tack on as Colonel Iho rich aud tho well bom They aro already beginning to unswer Chicago Times Herald Hamilton described them pipo of tho typo that Bismarck most af absence of a good Hock of causo it enables him to control the bond which sho must hereafter Improved sheep sail Ho has tho owners of tho public debts and tho fected At first Bismarck declined but the question They answered it in Alaissues of tho United States Tho govern said to tho American people that henco The Autocrat Hear a Ireaclier mrar browsing uoon their hills applicants for tariff protection and tho ncddler claimed for tlmih bama tho other day In Mary laud whoro ment or I heard this notorious preacher Irv- but bynot by law of worthy precedent forth Democracy will not bo inorely a bounties assailed tho decent peoplo of of forecast und told him ho would servo local elections have been hold they imvo tho will Mrs John Adair the estimable wife Grover Cleveland nan e but nn nspurauce of government tho country at that timo was shown that tho purchase of their bosses ing tho other Sunday Ho is a black supported by tho Republican politicians nearly tho three emperors us minister and that for tho benefit of tho pcoplo that mo samo as that iu uso by tho sumo class threo imiKirtant changes iu his lifo of Judge Adair of Hawesvllle was is not tho purchase of thoir votes and savage saturniue long haired Scotchhas set up u fictitious gold redemption nopoly and greed shall uo longer shcltor today in their vain attempt to shame would bo foretold by iiecidouts bofnlliug thought to be dying Sunday in Tennessee they imvo given n still man with a most Ty bum looking squint polioy Sho Is tlieuifclves by It that tho people aro and torrorizo tho abused masses from a tho pipo to him Ho said nothing remarkablo well known here and has many relatives nioro striking proof of their determinaLaughing Bimnrek bought tho pipo She is Let the jiujor Answer ready to taLo command of thoir own proper reassortion of their undoubted that I rcrcciubcr and I should supposo tion to viudicate their liberties a niece of Judge Eli Brown No goverumqut cuu get on nnlewi futnie und that wo can no longer afford right to tho control aud managoment of Ho has since served threo emperors owes much of his reputation to a voice Ono of two things must happen cerTwo days before tho historic moment to bow to tho dictation of Lombard their own government tainly Overwhelmed by the millions of grout forco and compass whicii ho it preserves its honor says Major Mo But it is hackneyed nnd outworn It when lio wus refused au audience tlio contributed to corruption funds against managed nearly aa well as Macreody Kiuley Will not tho major hult iu tho Street iu our miblic financial affairs stem ofhis pipo separated and went to Tho first chapter of our national an has dono servico too long to bo ellcctive party must cither TJ10 charlatan ho most resembles is Mr dolivery of generalities and toll tho peo it tho Democratic NERVOUS DESPONDLHT ater no clilpped 11 pieco from whoso yell is however instinct plo how ho would save the honor of tho nals is filled with tho strngglo of tho Tho nconlo understand its 11111 raw mid pie cos sustain a defeat unprecedented in poligovernment Would it bo by taxing tho masses for tho right to voto without its only effect will bo to arouse them tho sido of tho bowl and within WEAK DISEASED MEM n profoundcr expression of vulgartics or supported by on indiguaut peo with ylo rising to assert their sovereignty it ity and insolence Mr Irviug and his people to issuo bonds for tho accommo- property qualification for tho freedom lurtiitr and to increuso tho euormous month he was practically dismissed by of tho FCiisnud tho ccquirttioiiof needed Curos Guarontood or No Pay ilock have given up tho unknown tonguo dation of brokers nnd speculators majority with which they pioposo to thu prescut emperor Tho third sign has Cin 211U8C win such a victory as has not beon neighboring territory Tho second was seat their brave young leader iu tho yet to come Borlin Correspondent von sluco Thomas Jefferson led tho und confine themselves to rolling up cinnati Enquirer Ynnvn n mint c invn ht v disfigured by tho unhappy war about chair of Jefferson may hare been Iho victim of Soli Abuto musses to tho victory of 1800 which their eyes so as to show the whites in a Like Ueuedlct Arnold DcntUta Iorc VHU joudb 1 nirr x ot se or e pixmro slavery tho creation of au enormous formidable muiiner I would ask for no wiped out tho monarchical and Federal to blixxl ilihe i es may have coinul tui the rcnuaylranla May Ha Won Tho bolting goldbug Thero nro ubout 200 different styles i isfcipjiarty and chauged tho history of better icturo than has been presented that thoy nro trying to Democrats claim publio debt tho dislocation of our cur aui ii ei un tininomi Pciin ylvanla is a dobutablo 6tato in of foicrrs mado for dentists uso vary- elect McKinlcy rency and tho rapacity of tho publio iiveryoa You il uul iho tiitimirieuiin nil by theso poor outhusiosts drunk with thowrJd St Louis Post Dispatoh You know you uro not a man utn t unit ns a moans of saving tho Damocratlo creditors Tho present or third epoch tho presidential campaign This asser ing iu Iho sizes and forms of tho beaks tneir celestial influences aud babbling party vtuui i nny ma no cure In lime end Benedict Arnold claimed that ho is to bo marked by tho strngglo of the tion may bo doubted by some But let and in tho shapes of tho handles A avoid the ml ex erleni e of either wrck Liroof Oliver VVcu It in uo unusual for druggist to rec-Â¬ paltry inanities u lufpt uiru eii ii r inkw ftlK iieil worn ovor to tno uritisii as a means of common peoplo to free themselves from the doubter look over his list of Repub dozen pairs of forceps would probably doll Holmes ommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy saving tho couutry from the disastrous tho meshes in which tho financiers have lican triinds and acquaintances partic fill nil iho requirements of 11 siuglo to their customers Many ni them have effects of u war that was oortaiu to iuvolved them lo purify our publio ularly nniong the farmers and luboring dentist but another dentist though ho The Fatul Hone and Wagon Emissions Varlcooolo and used It themselves or in their families treasury and to restore ennalttv nf riirhtn classes and pick out thoso who will sup untni uso on tno samo tooth forceps If tho statistics rf accidents could bo provo a failure Milwaukee Nows port Bryun Ho will find quite u uum- - with tho samo sizo nnd stylo of beaks and know from porsonal experiepce its collected it Would in all tirnlmhilitv lin gravely menaced As Joffersoti led the Syphilis Cured ViZtlh OhJectLeuon1 Democrucy iu its first offort so Bryan tier Of courso somo Democrats will might prefer a pair with u different great value in the treatment of coughs shownlhut U10 most dangerous wuy of 1 n u manufacturing establishment will bo w m utujen WM MILUB support MtlCiuley but not many of tho grip to tho bundles and forceps aro nt Iho head of tho presont one colds and croup They know too that traveling is with u lioivo and wagon We that Is threo mouths behind with its belicvo there is authority fcr rtuting that orders reduces its output It iu n now era but it is tho old De rank uud file Pennsylvania voters are made not only to suit every need in their customers are their best friends and throws its mocracy still Tho Democracy uover inipulshe particularly when they think practice but overy personal requirement und naturally wish la jjivo them the iu proportion Id Iho numbers of pcoplo CmplOTL CS OUt Of work it is nnltn ovi dies traveling iu virious conveyances horses dout that it is controlled by both fools It is always contending for human thoy aro net getting justice Oil City of tlio practitioner Now York Sun jtnost reliable medirina fhfiy have ftr and wugous kill mere jooplo limn steam- Â¬ rights liberties uud progress New Derrick and fruuds New York Journal Sjatein of Law In lerinanr M atn jaugherty boats or ruilrouda or troljey cars or bi thoso ailments nit jcioiu u York News tiim No fower than flvo systems of law aro Vroa prominent druggists of Indiana Good News Forlryan Tho Little Nnroioou eautrt shako cycles Poughkccpslo Eagle off that ilor iveoru li iuum- at the iu use in Germany Iu moving from Roswcll O Ilorr is to mako six cam ShERMANS WEAKNESS Pa say Wo sell more of Chamberlains one place to nnother tourists uro often tender ago of Ufi yi ats An evidence of tho Htriklmr nnifnrin speeches in Nebraska This ought p uilly as i paign Cough Remedy than of any other cough Ill Ilefettlur Infirmity Cropa Out In 111 has lieon latiflid b Kwniiy puKzieu wiien tney uud that an i i ici nee It net iicrfectly syrup and always take pleasure In rec Â¬ ity of size among the J jmiuso is found to mako the matter practically unanColuuibua Speech allowable iu one state is u was siuuo lo loiiui in the furl that rtccU measurements imous for Qrvan out thero Ohlnaw Ik li It itutury BefuMTroatmrnt Aftor Treatment ommending it to our customers Mr taken of Twleo ill the courso of Senator SherAl Him DIM I mark that ho puMuI i nd emphatically crimo iu auother A still greater con H1 iiifimlry regiment show no Dispute my hen ih lter em iw fusion often results when tho right of II I Uroy the popular druggUt at Fro vuriuimii xceciuug two llicjicn 111 Height speech at Columbus O lie pttcrs declared for I c tit cod NIJ OV TUB mans iid silver as property is considered A Qreater Xunoyauea Iu Mar WMMlUlen jlonia Pa who has sold Chamberlains or 80 pourd in weight tho exploded falsehood that tho deolino money of ndeti pfioi hviiiiimm I want tho dou Tiiti prutory of Bryan Jscontinnitig to in the valno of silver was oanseel by the ble Utwuuolit n nmiM nun kin ui Cough Remedy for several years gays v r standard I wue the wonis ho iibcd mccrm iinir liw mrw t The lerlod e una gieatiy tusturn 1110 eqiuiiilinlty of New excessive quantity of silver produooel All patciils nro assignable by Jaw ratllltll nrftliM In lirlnn wnln lnI I I Chn truly say I hat it Is the best cough Inrnntlteucy lteuuTIcan Why elo yon cull her n girl of tho Vork editors This is nothlug however awreok 1 Vfiwlnlli I t etnu unm and 1111 For cale at signed interest in 11 patent may bo as lo tho uiinoyiinr effect his p jectjon will runiuyoiy 10 ino ontpnt 01 god since medicine in the market Oousittcuoy geiitlcmtii llanuaitua A period riuuu reeoinineniini un Kennn y A 1873 Wo have repeatedly published iu us easily iu tho whole vrcan n iuiin iiiaeriloanra bud ulleil 15 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fish Well sho comes right to tho point huve St Louis Repnblle Tho Journal tho statistics showing that week ago you were ullegiug that silver ii niinnu inu iib v bkhu l tr Na run u nnrnt ino In n lew wnMln li n iwrnn ihni Detroit Tribune More Work For Ttf oKlnUy cr druggist the number of ounces of rilver produced miuo owners wero running tho Bryan for ono thing MeihoUl raiment I woulluarn luilUr An iriiUlllue blffn pommltteo and yesterday yon were The South How many draft letters of acooptasro Still Solid Detwocn 187a mid 1800 throughout tbo iiiwu eu iron iniiHwnniir Uetlra4 rmuil Whenever tho organs of tho corpora Â¬ QbafflUK Democratic Chairman Jones be Iliu nra reliable liumwt eiul vkllirul A OBMtiea For Goltlbas world is exactly 10 to have William and Mark already pre- - tions begin o print Tho Nashville American n vigorous pujilclani W UUlUiGU pictntts of capital gold produced In tho samepyery ouuee of cause of the poverty of bis comraitteo advocate of the gold narOfl revised and rinatrnYprir Hrvnna period Tho forsaken pjaco as standard while it Jf Mexico is mush and labor Rtntuliug should r to shoulder rato of production CONSULTATION FREE at Washington iu formulntiug tho cam speech of acceptance came first which was an open question expresses tho folfor the wholo S3 the oldbuga repecenr why it Now Wis trout utl cure V rlce it is nlwuys safe to assume that thero is years taken together has been moro iwltfii Now York News lowing opinion ceilu Kyolilili itiiiibalQitu xorMHl awiuhu eapiwi nuYitmi tuiu win ueaianu yet anotner arait 01 letter an election near ut luiuil ExeJiassB U iclur- l9c exactly that required to maintain he While thero bto plenty of Democrats Just now everybody Is beginning lo that oonutry so abondtty 0WJi as a Chinese tamtam from Canton fhere Ti Btj Iallm unity Vuiuitiirnl NeiuH UlucliararfM ratio of J8 to l than it ever was beforo take a Spring Medicine in nil tho southern states who do not iu ICIdut y una lllHdtlur faw York News World Harold Hatiun 1ms u ttioroiisli belief In the And It Is a dorso HU In rN ywWii history tho Chicago platform they will motto that motiey lu good thing to do provided you take 81m laJuUce are uot bald ever does uot purchaso tlia Wonoy pho It iHM YEARS IN OHIO flo4 Hktnf not bo und nro uot now willing to dis The only caipe for tbo depreciation in pliot the MM wl toilet newspapers fOMfh o rfWf liver therefor Is to be found in the mons Liver Regulator the best Spring rupt tho party in aid of tho Repbulicau In Ohlcftfto Bryan Mtid tlw 300000 OURED r se hotut votcr f WWratf efteagfa to ear Temindcd him ot wjiat one of hla friends rill No CHi N Adverse aetlon of gevturnmcuM and not Medleine Its a sluggish liver that clogs party Thoy will remaiu iu tlio party MTrlte for Which is worse imprisonment for Ufa in ovtrFPdW by the wine said that tkMLMrM nobody ou oer rct It Mr the system and makes bad blool A T11 11 in nt t l fJ HukH lpKlnWyItue Shrewder lnn dBas Mke wrnfula fnr Bkrwan known this aud knowing at a llrt uh9 iwi iw peoyw tiiHiiiiHtieu it dose a day of Simmons Liver Regulator iflt W goon SbrlosU Turued IhlUBUiroplt fKtropl Thf former urtftlnlv would Thero is somo truth In charge backing Oil City Ctewialc aeinmirHncp AuAiliAi tStVt fit IllA h preferable wpr it pot that Avits ia rjxifCH has that flavor of uuwirupu will make a now man out of you and a that Bryan is not an shrewd Ihebusiness DnsMKHEWtKERGAH a lwsWf1 about it which is Shermans threat ot free coinage is the transforwa Harsapatllla eait alwaya some to tlt res- Â¬ besetting Infirmity New York Jour- - new woman too Look for the Red on jsru ns McKUiley Ho has uot been abla N Ill W I OUMM ST The PrinoeM of Walea Um mi aRMal 1100 or the package It U Simmons Liver Rg te evade the payment of hla tUbt ail Hte flow igouey leaders dn cue aad aMvethe poar MfRVrer heiltli CINOINNATI OHI St wllowtuice of 10000 for uia mousy strength 40 hsppln plillBUaiiropirtA-r-DofrpNewTrlb ulator you waa Jwta RepalMto SEPTEMBER 2 I loney Cant Control Them tho man from Kansas tlicni air twist ers U mighty queer things Tho smart young man who sat benhlo tho Kansau threw away his cigarette and Oven the gripmun looked interested You Imvo seen a tornado Ihen said tlio Hinait young man with anima- And talking about cyclones WECAXfOI1AIoSE ENGLAND MUST 0RITI3H ELOQUENCE A Capital MATTINGLY said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m - viyJfjlT vm lf Â¬ - mm tfm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ nf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1111 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ 1 kI it iWRrT 1 Â¬ it 1 Â¬ Â¬ iu Â¬ Â¬ ill ar 1U Â¬ ly I IM 1 frti Frut K I f 4 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY THEX BRElGKElMRIIDGR News SEPTEMBER 2 1890 the ride all the more interesting over hill and dale We found a number of friends had gathered for the evening which was spent as I had spent a similar one just thirty odd years ago In the same old parlor with its ancient mahog- Â¬ any tables sllvir candelabra of ye olden times Mrs Itoyal Cousin Salllo Booth and I were tho only animated relics of the former entertainment The next generation had the floor but all the same raid relics played with as great a zest NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY DORR Miss ZelmnStrotherliM returned homo REPORTS alter visiting Misses Moorman of Glen deane Miss 1eyton of tho Falls of L0UISVHLK KT Sept 1 166 Bough j and Miss Nora Henderson of Shippers ihonld mark all package plainly with ihlpper1 nm and poit ofilc addrtii Irvlngton Charlie Morris who holds n position Choloe country BUTTER 10 B V ftsguagcr and has been homo n couple Medium Creamery - 10 tt 16 of months resumed his duties tho first saas of September with Marion couuty house Fretb 10K DRYAN AND VVAQEWORKERS Tha XTaln Champion Tho Ilnnim orgttH nnd orators nro do volopitiK tho deoncM concern for tho worklngnmn says tho Knimi City reopl Are United For Demoo racy lOnilE IMET Following is tlio list PUenMn ran In the Nlfilit 11 llarraatn liU Wflde Collins The Duchess The Duches 7 Hugh Conway 8 Called Back oA Wicked Girl Mary Ccil Hoy to Hack to the Old Home Alaiy Cecil Hay II WedJed an I larted Chnrlotie M llnenie George Manville Fenn taThe UagorDiamonds Mln M h firaUlon 13 The Octoroon A fnnia lole 14 A Siody In Brarlrt Mrs A ex nidi r t j Forcing the letters W ilkJeCullins 10 My I lilies Money 1 he Shadow ofa hin LlurlotteM llrieme it Ihe Cricket nn the Hearth Clurle Dkkens 18 Charlotte MIIrartne 19 1 he Squires Uailinz sobingleheart nnd doulteraie Charles Utade Ora e Mrs Henry Wood ai I as Wife Maid or Widow t Mr Alexander Jj lllack lie luty Anna 3e well Sarah irnnj 4 Ideal Alrxindr lumj 35 Cnimlle The Du hes aollei Ia Throw st 1 hree Men in a IloAt Jerome K Jerome 8 The Honorable Mr I he Duchelt Vetelier 9TkellnertheWetr Slsnlcj J Wtjiaan le Mrs Kowson 3oCliarluttelem Charlotte M Ilrneme 31 The Shattered Idol Nnvrlit lulna I tad 3 Derrick Vuughn Helen II Alathcrs 33Thf Mysteryirn 34 He Went for a Soldier John Slranga Winter Tlio Duchess 35 The Haunted Clintnlier Hnwley Smart 36 Cleverly Won 37 Doriss Fortune Klorence Warden 36 Dinna Forget John Strange Winter Charlntle M Uracme 39 The Kars liiror A Golden Heart Charlotte At llraeme 40 Charlotte M llraeme 41 Her Only Sin it 1 hi Idle Thoughts of on Idle Fellow J K Je K BIG BEND Mrs Hattie Grinnell Our Brandenburg Correspondent Visits Childhood Scenos Â¬ Man of Remarkable Memory San Franciscos Living Directory Ssn Irantl coCall Charles Dorr a bartender in Col Conk leys lesort out on deary street has one of the most remarkable memories that lias over been mentioned in print He has ut bis tongues end the exact location of any fire police patrol or telephone box in the city of fenn Francisco in other words the fire alarm card or tho telephone book is useless when ho in within consulting distance Ho has been in this country but a short time too and has gleaned this remark Â¬ able information by simply glancing as it were at the written schedules Tell him upon what street you live and lttweou what intersecting streets and he will inform you with Incredible swiftness tho nt arest firo box you should seek in case of fire or the nearest police patrol box that would be used in case of trouble In fact bis knowledge of this city in the matter of streets and numbers is absolute in preclseness and compre- Â¬ hensiveness A party of gentltmen recently made a wager of 10 that he could be caught in the lire alarm and police patrol sys tem of boxes extant in the city He was put to the most trying test and come victorious The men who put up money on him it is needless to say wete not the losers The questions asked him were If I live on Broderick street bo tween Sutter and Bush which is tho neatest tire alarm and the nearest police patrol box and Near what street is boxBoaud boV In a flash the correct number was given Mr Dorr can also givo the telephone number of any engine house in tho city and can tell you at a moments notice what number to use to call up any firo chief or marshal The marvelous retenv nsa of lii memory is illustrated in any field Give him the number of any street car in the city and ho will tell you the street Ask him where a certain house numbered so and so on any street is and he will say It is between such and tucli streete He can tell the nearest telephone number and any house number in the city Ho will tell you correctly tho present number of the badge of any policemen on the fore giving you that officers name Write a row of twenty or more figures He simply tuns his eyes across it Ask him a week or a month later and ho will tell you the number you wrote without an error His knowledge of the English language is meagre but ho can spell any name which he cannot even pronounce In short whatever he Bees or reads or hears he never forgets but can tell it as he heard it any time alter He multiplies adds subtracts and divides with wonderful quickness Ask liim to multiply six figures by six figures ami he gives you the result before you havo calculated the first figure Should a policeman tell him what beat he traverses Mr Dorr will inform him what fire and patrol boxes are on his beat and exactly where they ae located and the police patrol box sysU m is com plicattd there being numbers repeattd over and over again In his voyage here from AuaraliaMr Dorr astonished the captain or his vessel by his wonderfully rapid aid coirect reading of signals given by pae ing ships He will tell you the street rhovo and below any street in the city but totn umerate all that his remarkable gft is capable of would fill pages He ha ac Â¬ quired this accurate knowlei ge too in the most desultory sort of way between mixed drinks as it were Â¬ Â¬ a IX ker Waters Ueerire Xesre 3 Tbe Man In lllack Htaulry 3 Ship that 6 A Jtogue i AYeluiwAslof lela e man loill There Are Many Changes But Landmarks Remain After an Absence of MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS It had been tlilrly four years since lait I was here nnd of course I find many very many changes Only two larms are unchanged as to owners the Booth and Anderson homes The old Booth homestead where I played In childhood and where I enjoyed myself at sweet sixteen is pretty much the same with its cool pleasant porches large rambling rooms halls and garret good cold spring at the foot of the hill where the stone spring house stands famous for storing the same rich milk and yel- Â¬ low butter This is a lovely spot shut in by heavy forest trees and hills yet near enough to the river to hear the boats and the bells in Leavenworth and Freedonia 1 went to day to see my fathers old place only the ehinuoy stands but there are tlio same huge trees whoso shade he enjoyed the hills oer which he hunted and the identical old spring at which he drank Everything here recalls the past and I find myself asking What it lifet A peevish April day A Utile rain a little sun and night creeps the plain When all things fade away The crops are suffering for rain apples plentiful fiuit and vegetables most gen- Â¬ erous bunday has dawned and a farewell visit is made to the old spring An ap- Â¬ petizing breakfast and preparations for home Adieus and good byes are over fraught with pain and ours was not tho exception The afternoon wasspcutin 11 worth with Mr and Mrs Barnett nee Isabel le Bruner They have a nice hom dainty und exquisitely arranged and a hand Â¬ some baby boy By tho way the town is putting on city airs if you please Lyttletou Booth is putting up an electric plant which is to be followed by water works It is no longer tho county seat all the same but it has got a move towards progression A big crowd was aboard the Staggs but only a few Brandenburg people Ho Im back upon the old stamping ground nnd with three of the dearest boys in all the world A hacking cough keeps the bronchial tubes in a state of constant irritation which if not speedily removed may lead to chronic bronchitis No prompt- Â¬ er remedy can be found than Ayers Cherry Pectoral Its effect is immediate and the result permanent ocr I Bombast ll1llliCeuio Tho Democratic party may well wcl oomo Mr Cockruns speech for it puts in compact form tho wholo argument of the enemy That it was uddresicd to an nudicnco of creditable proportions add to its worth to those against whom it was directed And with the satisfac Â¬ tion which in brightyoung people Miss Mollio espec- finding tho ell Democrats must feci tho foremost champion of ially who takes the News anti Bryan forces so weak a tribauo Then the Allan farrauncleSamllealls must bo added a certain amusement in old homo Mr Allan has bushels and noting that while Brynn tho boy ora- Â¬ offered Now Yorkers argument bushels of corn barrels and barrels of tor apples but the prico 7 The former will and statistics Cockran the much lauded statesman gvro them billingsgato und be hoarded Other places were passed all denoting bombast New York Journal thrift and comfort One thing impressed rtia Truth About Gold mo particularly These farms that wore Each step toward it universal gold forty years Hgo owned and controlled by standard enhances the purchasing power of gold depresses prices nnd transfers one man are now divided and with each a sufilclency The to the pockets of the creditor clam an said Mr Bryan labor question arose Our labor system unearned increment in Now York And every voter as well is destroyed to a certain extent hence as Mr Bryan knows this to bo true the charge I for one do not regret and New York News never have the Emancipation ProclamaSilver atad the Hankers tion although it played havoc with my If free silver would enablo tho bank Â¬ ancestors and their descendants But a ers to pay their depositors with CO cents digression so back and here we were at on the dollar all the bankers in tho the pleasant hospitable home of Mrand United States would be climbing over Mrs lieuhain Mrs Matthews the pop ono another to got into tho frco silver ular progressive teacher In that district party Tho people of this country know was a Misa Benham and la with her pa that bankers ore just as human us other Albuquerquo N M Democrat rents a young widow with a bright little folk The Great 1olltlcal Change The yard Is full of pretty flowers girl The greatest political chaugo iu the fruit in plenty and here we tarried till came to return us Misses present attitude of Democracy is that the horses its rank nnd file lending bosses Edna Crecelius and Agnes Woriand our instead of the are leading the latter he fprnjor Brandenburg girl called also and own Exchange Object Lasien Koaseass we had plenty of music by Mlsse Ethel The Mexican dollar object oasoaj JJenbam and Edna By the time we touched homo the ought to be good for kindergarten workt 4aw wf ro shining bright but that made in tho asylums for Mio iuearftblo Ijjsawa Washington lotV J Â¬ Â¬ Few of us are left death has claimed the large majority Dr Booth is on tho hill Ho baa a most interesting family of eleven chil- Â¬ dren His wife a Miss Niedhnm is a Aide awake progretsivo womans rights advocate She is fully posted a great reader a devoted attentive mother and truly a helpmeet Dr Booth is a free silver Prohibitionist thoroughly posted and fully expects to see his party in power some day Tho Holcroft farm right next to us was my cousin Beall Gantts farm Its a beautiful situation modern house nicely furnished with a pretty yard and a glance through the trees at the river Mr and Mrs Holcroft were absent but my etay with their daughter Mrs OBan non was pleasant I had such a lino horseback ride down to Mr Henry Musgroves place right on the Ohio opposite Leavenworth Mr and Mrs Musgrovo are very entertain Â¬ ing and jolly Charles Hamilton Mub grove our Meade county Muse was at home and a Miss Wheeler of Chicago was their guest It was a sound money ciowd so discussion was not necessary Mr Musgrove is fond of dogs He has n Walt Hardiu Jack Chinn and Jo Illack biirn they of course bark a great deal but hes a bimctallist so as a standard to btck this silver trio he has a beautiful horse Henry Watterson who looks like lu wouldnt leave the country if it should need his presence Charlie Mus g ove loves the autumn the dying of the seasons hence the tone of his product- Â¬ ions urt all pathetic and he hails with pleasure the approaching Melancholy Days Miss Wheeler is a charming young lady who revels in country pleas- Â¬ ures A long walk on an exhilarating eve tok us by the new house just completed and occupied by Dr Turner Andersons fhmily Louisville Its a beauty on an eminence surrounded by natures choicest treasures hot and cold waterbalh rooms in fact a city residence in the country Tho doctor is free silver to a finish I received his message cordially for tho sake of Auld Lang Syue Continuing our stroll brought us to my old friends Mrs Itoyal nee Kara Auderson who is juite her former handsome self emerged though from a tenderly reared girl into a courageous go ahead worran looking out and watching intellectually and financially for farming interests Her hus band is quite an invalid but a handsome nephew IMchard assists rural pursuits and tho wheels run smoothly On by the river side we wended our footsteps by tho Crecelius place Hines Orecelius deceased a cozy cottage with Â¬ tho Demonetisation of Silver Day by dur its fnilures occur and stocks go down it is it favorito thing for tho gold men to nttrilmto these events to frco silver and tell ua this is what it menus Wait until free silver comes nnd then judge it by its works but in tho meantime our dear gold standard friemlp tako your medicine Yon nro not cspricncing tho effects of tho coming of frco silver but am expe- Â¬ REAPING AS WE SOWED We Are Now trtllntr Hie ltflVct of Times For tho first titno iu four years ho has becouio tho idol of their honrts j tho ccntor nui tonK 0f ftt their solid- tudo From their coupon clipping their money shaving their bond jobbing oper ations theso ilnnnallcs nro turning asido daily in order to warn tho man who labors on the railroad in the store tho mino tho factory tlio shop that if Bryan is elected his wages will bo cut in two nnd that his dinner pail will RO empty How much effect this eleventh hour sympathy is having on tho men whom it is intended to gull is shown by tho fact that of nil tho labor papers in tho United States not ono is for Hanna nnd McKinlcy There is not a single labor leader of national iufltieuco who docs not speak for tho causo of Democ racy as tho hopo of tho wngeworkcre Tho following extract from Tho Knights of Labor Journal tho official organ of tho order will servo to show tho general trend of opinion among tho workingmen on lhce mutters Bryan is the man of tho honr brought forth by tho necessities of the occasion Bryans wholo courso ns a politician bus been clean consistent forceful mitiily Thcro arc uo dubious utterances of his to explain away His position upon tlio chief issues has been long and definitely established and in their defeuso iio hud already won his spurs bcfoio his nanio was dreamed of in connection witli tho presidency All tho powers of wealth nnd tho influence it brings nro nlready nt work to compass his defeat Every legal rob ber in tlio United Stutes regardless of his fotmcx politics every man whose interest lies in tho continued subjuga tion of tlio wngo earner nnd farmer ev Â¬ ery sheet which has prospered mid grbwn upon tho subsidies to be obtained for treachery all this tremendous force is nlrendy moving to prevent tho coming triumph of tho plain people i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Louisville FKATIIKR8 Trims white goes Mixed OM 1 RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Rreekenridge County No duok n POULTRY 1 40 26 16 36 fu 2 j 41 36 10 00 7 00 13 UO Teachers Institute WiiKiirAs We the Teachers of Brock enrldge County have been In Institute assembled for one week therefore be it Jktolitd That while we have enjoyed nnd heartily appreciated Prof Lgans efficient work among us we jlcejily re- Â¬ Ileal per lb Spring Chickens per do Duck per lb Jeeie per do POTATOES jiy 2573 12M 3 601 S0 Irish per barrel New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From itnre 2 to 6 cts higher Mary Ileant per bushel HOOTS CHnieng Sentca Snake 76 3 00 a 60 200 Q 240 7 3 76 64 Co LDGIC OF FOOLS Sample Argument Sliver In tho same column n Republican or gan tells tho workiugmuu that if he votes for Brynn ho will vote 47 per cent of Ids wnges into tho pockets of mino owners und that ho will vote to depre Â¬ ciate not only tlio silver dollar but nil tho currency to C3 cents on tho dollar How in tho inline of Hanna can fieo Bilver coiungti put J7 per cent of each dollar coined into tho pocket of tho silver miner nnd ut tho samo titno reduce tho value of tho silver dollar and all tho of Against the Republican free Â¬ riencing the legitimate and inevitnblo effect of parting with it in 1873 Tho hurt to silver though 30 000 000 n year is but tho fly on tho wheel When silver wai thrown out of its work iw money turned into n commodity nnd reduced in prico year by year by n con- Â¬ stantly increasing nnd appreciating gold standard cviry oilier product nnd com modity wns broken down with it Tho whole bnn upon which nil tho Bccnritie that Wall street deals in and billions more that do not rome to Wall street at nil hat been umkruiiucd and crumbled by loss of prodncts on produc tion by low prices In ought on year by year by tho growing ctaudard of val ue that in 1873 was substituted for our monetary unit of silver Wo have sown low pries in the foundation und bio reupiug tlcm in the superstructure Wo nrogttiig pot tlio coining of tilvcr but the legitimate ending in failure of tho gold polii y It has ruu ns to tho limit in our Initio operations nn 1 now tho enormous nntl towering strnctnro of dtbt built upon labor now pn fitters labor is feel lig til- - effect of weakened foundations that is nil Railroads uttlnif rates until ircrens pd business cnly jiuuiih increased i elicit factories piliig tip products or shatting down or Rolling nr tost nnd a littlo un der in order o prevent dcteriorni ion of machinery by illt ness tho disorganiz ing of vorki ig forco and worst of all tho loss of chaniifhi of trado built up during many ye tis mid now tho most valuable luit f their capital ire all experiencing what rlio gold policy has douo for thein and by mid by they will nttrilmto tlcir troubles to tho truo causa Wlici they do there will bo a heavy rcckot iug When silver comes rising prices will set in and i lowly nnd surely wi shall got back to profit for production gcod times solvi ncy for all that la not previously succumbed But before that comes a goal many Industrie rnd interests will lutvd porished by thi way side Now York Daily Financial News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ currency dependent upon it to tho valuo of C3 cents Any schoolboy can figuro out that if tho value of tho silver dollar depreciates to C3 cents or anything less than its faco valuo tho miner cannot muko 47 cents by its free coinage tit the mints or to put it tlio other way if tho miner makes 47 cents tho value of the silver dollar will havo to bo raised to tho vnluo of tho present gold dollar iu which cuso thcro will bo no depreciation of tho currency The gold standard advocato can tako his choico of alternatives but not Â¬ gret lrof Shackletts illness and absenco from our midst llesolval That we tender especial thanks to Prof Coyle for the deep inter Â¬ est he has taken in our work and for the benefit aud pleasure his presence has nfiordfd Jiaolved That wo highly appreciate and heartily thank our Superintendent Mr Driskell for his faithfulness his presence despite alllictlon has inert nsed our obligations and awakened new ad miration Ilctolml That we welcome our visiting teachers commend them for their zeal and thank them for their hearty in our work lietohed That genuine pleasure was felt at seeing so mauy trustees out on Wednesday and that we will urge their attendance at our respective District As- Â¬ sociations Jletohed That we are indebted to V G Babbage for timely talks and his kindly placing the BitLCKEMRinae Nkws at our service and furth r that it is our bound en duty to support both by contributions and subscriptions this valuable medium lietohed That we deeply deplore all resorting to unfair means to secure schools By our individual efforts wo should discourage such practice lUwlved That we hold our Institute each year prior to the opening of tho public schools Jtaolved Tliat we heartily enjoyed Mr Haswells address which was Inspiring in as much as it conveyed to us his high appreciation of our vocation and encour- Â¬ aged to renewed efforts lUsoktd That we extend thanks to our faithful oiganist Miss Katie Eak ridge and the choir for music rendered Nannie J Gmekn Sec J II Pyle M E Avitt Pink Yellow Wild Ginger Laity Slipper May Apple lllood per bushel Clover per buibel Crimson Clover per bushel Red Top pel bushel Orchard irasi per bushel lllae UrnM fancy bnihel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Seta Yellow per bushel 6 g 21 6 1 1 2J4 Timothy FIELD SEEDS 180 4 26 3 00 1 pr 8 10 86 66 1 26 White 2 60 Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Skeep ikini Tub washed Qreaio fine HIDES 8 10 10 WOOL Q 6 9 11 40 Burrv Dlack Dairy and Cot MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Deeiwax Sorghum MoUssei 21 16 18 9 fa 12 13 12 10 8 26 16 20 4K The Duchess A Little ltebel I he Duchess The Duchess Little Irish Girl 46 Ior Lord Herresfbrd The Duchess Robert fluchanan 47 The Moment Alter 48 A Marriage at Sea WClark Uussell 49 A Mad Love lly the author Lover and Lord JUThe Other Mans Wife John Strange Winter Charlotte M llraeme 31 On Her Wedding Morn 31 Stage Land Jerome KJerome Hawlev Smart 3 Struck Down Fforrence Mnrryat 54 A Sar and a Heart Sweet Tno j j The Ttt Is 1 me I ove11Ennf ry Duchess 0 Orpbans 36 11ib Duchess A Troublesome Girl jj Two Generations Count lynl Toluol 58 Ileal rife llarradtu 59 At tlir Urren Draeon to Nlnzularly Drluilnl Sarah Irani 61 The lllrril iialy Marin Corrlll 6a The Tour of lie World In KU Hays Jolts Vernr Mrs Oliplunr 63 A Little lllgrlin D Christie Murray 64 lly the Gate of the Sea Charles Gibbo 63 A Maiden Fair 66 The Unman e of a loor Young Man Octave Feulllct R M RaMantvne 67 The Ked Uric A I he 1lre llngadc R M llallantyne II M Ilallantym 69 Erllne the Hold Dora Russtl 70 Rose Fleming Ik Manel 71 Reveries of a Ilachtlor M ss M E Ilraddori 7a Under the Red llap 73 Tho Little School master Ma tit J It Short house M G Wlehtwick 74 Mrs Cans Companion 7c Diamond Cut Diamond T Adolnhus Trollopc 76 Monica and A Rose Distilled The Duchess OuMa 77 Afternoon and other Sketekes 78 Master Hun pheys Clock Charles Dickens The 79 The Witching Hour und other stories Duchess 80 A Great Heiress R K FranclPon Si That Last Ilehenal and other stories The Duchess ga Uncle Jack Walter flriant 81 The Romantic Adventures of a Milk Maid T Hardy 84 A Gloricus Fortune Walcr Desant She I oved lliml Annie lliomas 85 86 One False Iloth Fair J H Harwood KmileGaboiiau i7 Iromies of Marriage 88 Love Finds the Way Walter Iksant and James From the Russian of 89 The Captains Daughter 44 4 rame 43 In Durance Vile A W LouisYille Henderson Sl St Louis hyCo T W Speight The DucieDiamo nd lllnthcriikw Norman Mncleod D D 92 llie Starling Cuptain Nortons Diary Florence Marryat 93 Sarah Tytcr 94 Her Gentle Deeds The Duchess 9 Moonshine and Mareueiites Wilkie Collins and Cbarlia 90 No Thnroughfare 90 For Himself Alone 01 Iushkin Dickens 3STO TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect A lO Political Notes The masses have governed this their own country wisely and well for mora than a century and all It Interests of every kind will be far aafor In their hands than In those of the urrogant few who now a ever denounce the people as unfit for self government nud propose to build an aristocracy of wealth upon the rnlns of the republic la It not a little atngular that wo have so few Immlgraule frum the silver baala countrlea lllto Mnxlco If the free coinage of silver U o Injurious to the poor man why does lie remain In the cunntrlea that have ItT Why la he ao anxloua to leave those conn tiles that are on the single gold basis Ilehlnd the alilold of gold lurk every unlawful trust every pluiultrlnir combine very mighty corporation transgressing constitutions and laws and every special Interest lilTlng or seeking special privileges with their myriad linger searching the pockets of the people for the lat remnants of tho profile of their labor Â¬ M 600 oclck Mail 4 Expra Exprs Dally 615 7 7 7 7 20 21 32 38 41 H Suaflaj Mar 22 1395 Train West Bound Train Eat Bound STATIONS Exprs Dally 12 12 Mail A 4l Kxpr Dally 8 45 8 4S both 3Upm 7Mam This is a fair pam pi o of tho kind of logio with which Hamias agents aro flooding tho country It proceeds on tho fools 8W IvUan assumption that tho workingmen are St Louis Republic silver In France France witli uixipulution a little less than 40000000 has nioro silver stock than tho United Stutes with nearly 70 Yet France main 000000 of people tains the parity between gold oud silver at 152 to 1 on n double standard und it is proclaimed that tho United States cannot have uny jnoro silver at 10 to 1 without rushing toruin Harold John- Â¬ Â¬ 9r 918 HI 10 9 8 20 82 8 37 8 45 8 50 8 58 9U2 22 33 715 755 8UI 813 857 JUl 12 9 22 9 31 9 40 919 957 07 1015 0 21 1C24 1C31 1035 10 P62 958 51 1102 1112 1120 10 10 4 West Point 1155am 710 1150 Howard 717 1141 Wlllowdtle 659 Hock Haven 1135 661 Long Branch 1127 617 Jlrandenburg 1118 639 11 U9 Ekron 632 1100 Ouston 621 Irvlngton 1051 616 1042 Webster 603 J odiburg 1033 555 10 26 5 48 Pierce SsuipLi 1020 543 SUphcnsport 1011 5 35 1006 Addison 631 100J Holt 529 Cloverpm 950 5 17 Hawesville Petrln Falcon Lewlsport Waltnun Powers Pater Owensboro Mattinily Stanley Worthlnrton Read Spottsvlle Basset Griffith Shops KMllmrn 9 46 ntar Kentucky St Pally 45pmf 8 00pn 80 7 48 The Haunted Man Charles Dickens 98 Fortune Wheel The Duchess 99 Loves Random Shot Wilkie Collins 100 An April Day Phlllnna Irittle Jehson 101 Little Make Make-ll-licII L Farjeoo 10a Round the Galley lire W Clark RusselL 103 llie New Abelara Kobett lluchanan 104 Old Contrairy and other stories Florence jtiarryai Lady Margaret Majendie 05 Dita 106 The Midnight Sun Frtdnka llrcmer Mrs Alexander 107 Valeries rate 108 At the Worlds Mercy F Warden O Manvllie Kenn 109 The Rowry Folk 1 10 S 1 Nar and Vet So Far Alison 111 A Husbands Stcry is The llsher Village Anne Heale 113 An Old Mans ljve Amhony I rollope 114 John Hull and His Island Max OKtll US fhe IVliire and Jack of All Trades Charles Reade 116 The Ghost of Charlotte Cray Rlorcnce Mar - ryat 117 Keadiana Comments on Current Events C Reade 118 Lady Clare or The Master of the Forces G Ohnet 119 Love and Money Clnrles Reade 120 Miss Tommy Miss Mulock si The House eu llie JIarsk F Waren ai 1 he Dauglue ol the stars Hugh Conway laj A Sinless Vcrrt Rita Carl Vosniaer 174 The Amison S lloyoud lUcali Aiiellni Sergent 120 1lnluuche a Frtnch Detective Fortuw Ow 97 935 917 911 614 9 25 9 02 8 65 8 46 8 34 8 25 5 03 4 46 4 40 4 31 4 25 43 ston Evidence of Aimrfiiv Wo trust the Now York newspapers will not overlook tho fuct that Senator Sherman also road his opening cam paign speech This is another evidenco Wash of lunacy nnd auurchy Â¬ 1048 K15 10 25 UtS 1100 1105 08 a 1142 11 lli5 15Un Iloisgobey oe e Chas Kingslrr I ia8 The Sonlkcm Star Jules Verne Er Helen II Mathers 130 Mli Jlllne and I lly uutlior of A Yelkiw IeU irjonu fulul 131 I 1203n 1215 IS 20 416 4 3J 05 ington Post The Republican party stands for says Mr McKinlcy honest money Just now it is standing to hold up pro plo nnd get their honest money Thi kind of stnudiug for honest money wJ for Honest Afnuey The nllfituirnt the people on the one aide and the monopolist on the other Is a nfflclent demonstration to the popular mind of the proper place Iu this cam Â¬ paign for every man who seeks by his vote to produco tho greutest good to the 108 ISM 1131 12 1 814 8U9 8 05 355 3 44 1115 1123 11 SI pi 11S8011 140 47 f4 100 Mpti 1 15pn ar 758 761 7 43 7 38 339 336 330 323 318 3 JO Hendeio W lv 720m 25pS Personal greatest nctubjr L II H St L FordsvlMe Branch get it a fall Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tastes good ii good and does good An effectual poiitive and permanent cure for chills fever and ague Contains no poison An anti malarial and un up-Â¬ building tonic n blood purifier An ap-Â¬ petizer aiding digestion It makes the Large bottles 50c complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers This tremendous movement liy the com Â¬ mon people of America for tho reclama- Â¬ tion of popular rights for rodrrs of pop ular grievances for the restoration of pop- Â¬ ular rule and for the correction of long atandlng and Intolerable abases for the benefit of the few ut tha etpeuse of the many I right nud Just and a the wisest observer now believe absolutely irresist- Â¬ ible This campaign la the battle of the people against the plutocrats of the bralna of the country against the boodle of this and other nations It la a fight on the part of the tolling uiussea against the enrlohed c buses Â¬ -- BllllklsiiBvrysj dyspeptics bilious sufferers victim p fever ami ague the mercurlald Itemed patient how they re covered health cheer ful spirit andiropjl appetite thev will le ou by takinK Bi Â¬ ASK the recovered Â¬ HON IIVfcU ItkOU LAI OR The Cheapest Purest and llest Family Medicine In the World I taun For nYaiHPSIA CONSTIPATION dice HllousaltailKS KllKAUAC tircioiic Denreuion of Snlrils MIL1 It STOMACH Till unnvutled remedy is Heartburn etc warranted not to contain n kingle particle o aHcKCUKV or any mineral aubslance but U fantalnlnir those Southern Hoot and Herb which an all wise Providence has placed In countries where I Ivor Diseases most prevail Jre attended It will cur all Diseases causey by Pffannr agent of the Liver and UowcUt The SYMPTOMS of liyer Complaint ar ft the reception given by Orlie and Jimmle bitter or bad taste In the mouth fall Il the Lee Woolfolk at their home at Meade alack bides or Joints often mistaken for ltfli Springs last Thursday matismi our Stomachl Us ol Appetltpl Rowels alternately costive and lax j IledacHi MIS Clare Morris has rtturnod to Lou- Â¬ Lot of Memory with a painful sensation of do something 6 tying failed to Debility Low which ought to isville She was accompanied by her vs beta done Spirits a thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Kyct a dry nlec b Misses Mabel and Luclle Collie Cough often mistaken for Consumption Sometime many of these symptom attend and her nephew Master Morris Collie uiseaac at oilier very iew uu ine LlvElf generally the scat of the disease and It not VJack Stlth wife and their niece Miss teguUlsJ in time great suffcrlpc wretched Julia Sanders a most charming young ties pd DCATII iviii rnsup The following highly esteemed perton to uib luiui of bimmunt iivir HruuiiiDii lady of Louisville were the guests of Osn W H Holt free Ua H V K H Ca Kev Mr and Mrs Galw Meador last Friday I K Ieldtr Ierry Ua Col li K Spark A C MasIeraonKsqSbsrla UlbbtV banyUj Alfiander Stephen The meeting closed at the Baptist Uaf lion it W have tested it virtues personally and church last Sunday night with several know that for Dyspepsia llillousnes and Throbbing Headache It Is the best medicine the additions to the church We all regret We tried fortv other -remedies very aroiiieyeraaw much that Bro Lee should leave oaiorapimmons ii vencguisiuriUut none gave us more than ernprry relleft put the Kegu us as he made many friends daring his only relieved but fured u d lator short tny and his Bermqtty were enjoyed TtXXMfH AND MEUKNOJCK Macon fja MiNUfACTURgO OMLV BIT by all O M PUIMJLY VliGKTAIlLE I have civet at any tlmo or under any Free 04 page medical refeionce book clrcmnatunccs been lu tho employ of any to any person afllictcd with any special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to mlnii owner Individually or collectively directly or Indirectly nor have I ever been their sex Address the leading phy In tho employ of or been paid by any bl sicians and Burgeons of the United Stitea niotilllo lutjuo or association William J Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Urynn Chicago The lntTrt of 100 laborer who toll from day to Uy for their bread ore Just a Importitit under thla form of govern BIG SPRING ertiuivnl as the Interests of 100 million nlrik This futt should go saying Baptist Meeting Has Cloied School Be- but tlio Iepuillcon party without It long forgot gan Monday Charlie Morrlt ReHow would the American worklngman turned to Louisville like to liaro n alngle gold atandartl and Curium wages or Swedish wages or Turk Â¬ Sam Mcltay of Maze Grove was here ish wages or Kouuianlan wages or even English wages It Is easily seen that the attending the meeting country Mr and Mis J W Hardin returned kind of alandard a wagea ha doea not rule the quoitlon of from Borne Ind last Friday Tho Ilrinbllcan Idea of protection I a Miss Mossbcgger of Cecilia will have blgh tariff on tho product of labor and charge of the music class this term for trade In Uhor Itself a lilgh a price Warner Shacklett opened his school a possible to the manufacturer for Ms Monday with a very good attendance good and a low a prce a possible for Mrs Tom Scott of Viae Grove was the labor lio employ to make tbeni here last week the guest of Alex Scott The Deroocrntle party ha pot made tho Dr Strother attended the Meado Coun- Â¬ Issue between aggrcgato wealth corporato ty Medical Society at Brandenburg last Influence and the masse of the people That laauo ha been made by SO year Thursday of Republican legislation In tha lutereat Misses Ladle and Jennie Clarkson of capital and wealth have returned home from Louisville and The Peruoeratlo takeallin position Cincinnati that wealth aud capital ahould be placed Born to the wife of Jacob Williams the upon the same plana a tha Interest of 22th Inst a son Jake now wears a the people and should share with them smile on his face without advantage or prejudice tha Jf ifli fit of lejUUtlou John and GabeMeador Â¬ Â¬ TIMFTABLlNo9 TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 Veat llcucd Trains Bast Bound Train Jilly Tuliy Daily I Dallj ct Sun mi Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No Jo5 Mol U 10am Lv Irvlneon Ar 1150 Rarneld 1205pm Harnid Vi 12 Junction 12X2 Ilardinsiurg 1235 Junction J168 110 128 135 165 230 242 254 9 20am 7 50 7 40 ur A Conan Doyle Robert lluchanan Robert Lods Stevenson The Stkkt Minister S R Crockett 13 The Suicide lib Robert Louis Stevenson 139 The Herry Men Robert Louis Stevenson 140 rYince Olte HLSteieuson 141 Thy Miiadieuture of Jolut KIckeUn Rober Louis Mi ve sun Robert Ixuis Stevenson J 143 The Mlttreda Squatter Robert L Stevenson K U Sevenson aBr 146 lilXfuZ orld lo Me I lall Calne My Wonderful Wilel Marie Corelli 47 V r ismnony Hr pe 4i 149 the Dynairdttr Robert Louis Stevenion 150 loe on Whist 5 ulilol- - Anthony Hope 131 13S 136 37 h ii s J he Ileirof ine my coran Doyle A Scandal In lloktuila A Conan Doyle LI me Aster 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to JNO 0 BAtlABE A llTlTii0 lbi Robert rc rC iKryitlLlnu K 1 Glas ALin C InIHns 0I0YSRP0R1 OST IN QUANTITY bur Son Will Learn Gordon School BIBTlMnnal WORMS WHITES CREIM Has Irusuled all wakiifl bu ji UffiHUCvPRANTI eLlvAuikiieeuT f i VERMIFUi FOK 90 VMM jim unlSH i - THE BRRGKENRIDGE Awarded NETOTS Highest Honors Worlds Fair LOCAL BRfcVITlES Miss Laura Halp fever Is improving sick with typhoid DEAD w CREAM h A BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free torn Ammonia AlumVir any other adulterant mmmi PERSONAL 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 2 1890 WEDNESDAY SEPTUM BltE r 1 S Miller wai In the oily Sunday Charllo UleJM Holt wai In town Saturday Fred W Fralie went toClnclnnatlSnndsj E 0 Karl Hawoivlllewaa in the oil Thuri day Nubo Pale Mntllnrfly ti was In tho city Mon Â¬ ly Dr A A Elmuna went to Loutivllle lait week Uco Uaker Sunday at home In Hard lrnhurg ijtit Jai Sunday Sunday W Miller llardlnnburgwai In the city Ben Hook of Hsrdlnllurg wai In the city I 1 Addlaon of Addlion was In the city Aionuay Scott Molten of Hockvale was In the city Monday J W lynch of Patcsvllle waa In the city Monday Fltn Da Ilavcn Owcntloro was In the city lass week Mr Forest Lyons Jolly Station was In the city Monday Dr II W Fiymlre Patesvlllo was In the city jesterday Court Duncan returned from Louisville Saturday night Captain Cratntuond of Ilawesvltle was In the cily Monday Newsoin Gardiner of llltos Run was In town Saturday Mrs Wi I Graham and daughter Carrie are on the sick list Miss Kdith Walker Is the guest of hercoutln Mrs Rusaol Hawkins Miss Ruth Sterrett of Sklllman is the guei of tho Misses Dartles llardinsburg wasln town R H Miller several days last week Mrs Henry Wendelkcn and daughter visi Â¬ ted at Earllngton last week Mr and Mrs R N HuJion sjent a day or to in Louisville last week Miss Ethel Conner Millwood is the gueit Dyer of her aunt Mrs Ernest Popham Is visiting Mr and Mrs Benedict Beavln at Caneyvllle F N Delluy and daughter Miss Llnnle spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen have reurned among relatives after a pleasant Captain Marlon Rjan of Louisville spent Sunday with relatives In tho city Mrs Wallace A AM Tuckers Flat Is theh Iguest of couln Mrs William Emdry- Mrs James Shearen and son of Sklllman Mcro In the city Saturday shopping Mrand Mrs Jack Hardin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Vlrge Hardla Holt Mr and Mrs Caleb Hawkins spent yester Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Resssll Hawkins Mils Annto Brandenburg of Urabampton baa returned and will enter tne uign acnnoi JJ vlt Hi Mrs W D Holt Holt and Mrr Virginia Duncan Owensboro were In the city last week Rev V B Rutledge and wife spent several days In Uatdlnsburg last week with friends Judge Win Ahl and wife Uardinsburg spent Saturdayand Sunday with relatives here Jas Crawford Lou Roberts and Chas YItl toe of Stspheniport were in the city Thursday Charlie D Hook of llardinsburg pasisd through the city Saturday enrouto to Cannel- ton Thos L Wroe and daughters Maggie nd visited relatives In Hancock county last Is Julia seek the guest Miss Tula Crutoher of Oarrett Mrs 0 11 Chamberlain at tho Clorerport of Hotel JoeJauI tho loudest talking Republican and Coroner of this county was In the city Saturday Eunice Crosson returned yesterday from an extended visit to relat ves at Union Star and Chenault Mrs Joe Culley who has been visiting her mother Mrs Sheeran 8klllmanreturned home Saturday Mrs Eugene Ooff and Miss Mellle doff vial ted their cousin Mrs 0 T Tuber in Hawes villa last week Mrs Silas Miller and Mrs Morgan Rlohard son of the Tar Springs spent yesterday with Mrs V N DHuy Little Joe Harding the McKlnley man ar Â¬ rived in the ciuy Monday enroute to his trnnia at Rosetta Miss Alice Mattlnglr returned last Sunday Â¬ from Kirk whera she has been visiting rela tives and friends Hon V BBurtm left Sendaj for Saint Taul Minn to attend the NatlonaKEncamp saentof the 0 AR of Water Valley Haltingly Mrs Tom Mss arrived Sunday and will b the guest of Mr and Mrs II J Lewis 0 W Moorman and R B Pierce returned from the Convention at Elltabethown Sunday and returning that evening Mr and Mss John Burks end children of lIendersoncaaie up Sunday to be with her p tr Â¬ eats Mr and Mrs W II llowiner Mrs Sawyer of Saint lani Minn after a w moitpleasant atsy of a week with bar Isfl last Friday Mrs R N Und on sliter-ln-la- of Oensbro and Pike or Stanley are gusste of Fithtr Carrot rest BaaltB IggfroWteetf labor and by visit sg Tar Springe aBd drlafclni tar tfiVlrglnla father Fltajirald ruprHng were Mm water yaeUfWi MrjW H Sownergevea the goset dler parly Hlt Mrs W BtepbMS CaWweH Weetes Mm Mm JOreU a4 3w down from Mr tad Mn Joe SH tertUrl e on tbetr wheel Monday and are ibestawU of Mr aad Mm Ulrleb Farbr tMHsWt b the 8fst U4y Uat ever made Jtoe run fLef rt Mleafy ef LmlevWe Ut Jt U Mm a bike from LotsvftU be Street School oulilU Sulms Methodist church next Sunday afternoon Hunting oulflta Sulzerr at 1 oclock Men and boys of all ngrs Get ready forllio clillly iilglita Suz to invited Flvo Huntlrotl Ballots Have Beon Quilt mid comtort maklrg outfits At a meeting of tho school hoard on Tskon at Ellzabethtown With Sulzers Tuesday a tax of 1 CO was levhd on Closing out n lino of guns nt Una than eacli patron ol the cchool for incidental no Nomination cost Sulzers expenses Humor hns it that another brilliant wt ti Â¬ At S oclock last Sunday afternoon nt ding in soon to occur V II Homers S G Shelly baptlr d Murray Mon Aro Standing Firm Everybody wants n Chili houso tie Margaret Bowiner Sherman the little only n few left Siilzafl daughter of Mr and Mrr Sherman nf and Fighting Hard For Their Another largo shipment of grain lis Toledo 0 Favorite starting over the Texas CoV Epworth League business meeting Fri Â¬ tSlrnin was raised In Sawyer new boat Clover last Saturday arid n day evening nt 8 DO oclock trail trip was made a short distance up I If Johnnys going to get a gun this fall A RED HOT BATTLE t lie riv r She performed nicely and tell him to get it at Sulzsrs her owners think cho will come up fully The Cross of Gold is tho latest Cam Â¬ to their expectations when everything paign book out lrico 10 eta gels in Miioothe working order Tho Dtmocratlu Congressionnl Con Â¬ VBorn to tho who of P D Hawkinn Juhn Phelan whilo llaliing Friday in vention over at Elizibethtown is the Union Star August 10 n Hun Pultons lake landtd tho Ingest bus must stubbornly contested of any similar A good crowd from hero attended tho that has been caught witli pole and line body that ever met in the state game of base ball at Dukes Sunday here for ten years It weighed threp The Convention assembled at lOoctock Prayer meeting at the Methodist pounds and three ounces Mr Piielan Inst Thursday morning and selected Hon church Thursday evening nt 7 t0 present d it to Capt J II Ilowland and C O McCord of Nelson county chair Â¬ oclock lie says that It was tho finest tasting man and John D Babbage of Breckeu Hon D It Murrays rtsidence has flh he ever ate He certainly is a good rhh county secret try been given a new coat of paint and looks judge Two days were spoilt in deciding tho quiet pretty The betrothal of Miss L na Archer of contests iu Hardin and Green countiesludgo L G Gregory returned homo Danville and Mr Sherley Clove of Hen which finally resulted in D II Smith Louisville Saturday uight much improv Â¬ dtrson is announced the wedding to oc- gelling the Instruction from Hardin mid cur in tho early fall Miss Archer form- Greens delegation being divided be ed in health erly lived in Hawisville and was a pop Â¬ tween Smith ami W H Sweeney Vom July the 10th to the wife of ular member in the social set with many The first ballot wart taken Friday night Chaa SatterfleldFluevlllu Ky a fine friends and acquaintences in this city and resulted Swennoy 50J Murray boy Chas Robert Mr Clove Is n leading young business r9 Smith 57J The balloting contin Â¬ There will be services at the Presby- Â¬ ued till 11 oclock Saturday night when man of Henderson terian church Sunday mornicg and even LMr James S Beavln brought a leaf of 301 ballots had beou taken and tho re ing Murray touacco to tue pkws oince Monday mat sult still stood Sweeney CO If you wunt a buggy or n phaeton or measured twenty nine inches across and 69 Smith 57J Convention theni ad Â¬ what it is worth call on or write to J three feet in length Can nnybody bent journed till 11 oclock Monday morning Xj juonarcn uwenbtioro Jy Some delegates went homo to rest over it Mr Beavln has fifteen acres of fine The horso traders jockey club meets tobacco which he is now cutting and Sunday hut many remained on the uVld regularly here every Saturday bring in housing raised on tho Lallolst farm on of battle On Monday morning the trains your horses if you want to get a trade Clover creek almost within the city began to unload the returning delegates Milt Wroe a prominent farmer resid- Â¬ limits of Cloverport Mr Beayin is one and when the Convention met theru ing near Pellvillo is seriously ill with of the best tobacco raisers in Brecken- was almost a full delegation preient Balloting wns immediatly resumed and typhoiJ fever He is not expected to ridge county live II Mackie an expcit trap shot from the 30l8t ballot resulted Sweeney 00 j J Murray 51 Smith 7J At II oclock Notice the ad of Ira Dellaven in this Cincinnati representing tho Peters Cart Â¬ ridge Company of that city was iu Clo Monday night the 501st ballot wns taken issue He can make you a mattress bet and they stood Swefnoy CO Murray ter and cheaper than you can buy else Â¬ verport one day last week nnd showed when the Convention our bojs how to shoot He broke about 50 Smith 57 where forty single targets without n miss Ho adjourned till Tuesday morning The employes of the Nicns cilice nro The tight has been long a and tiresome oblige to Mr Caleb Hawkins for a bas- Â¬ then calhdfor double targets and he one but our favorite son seems to bo would alwajsget both when the traps ket of nce peaches which they enjoyed did their duty Then to show the worth holding up as well as the others Mr yesterday Murray has such valiant friends from his of his amunition he walked back fifty John Allen colored accidentally shot six yards behind the traps arid then liuini couuty standing by him as K B himself through the palm of the hand would hardly over let a bird get away Hon Jack Pierce W 0 Moorman Gross James D Hambletou John D yesterday while fooling with a 18 cali- Â¬ went to Babbage Dr The Cloverport Kid Nine ber pistol Milton Board Carlt Rich Hawesville last Friday and played A new millinery establishment will the Hawesville Married Men a hotly nnlson Dr J B Fryinire Hon D II Severs and othersand they are men who soon be started in the old bank building i on tested game of ball resulting in a will never commit or permit a fraud and The proprietors are the Calloway sisters score of 12j to 23 in favor of the men theywiil never give up till Murray is of Owensboro Tli i game was payed in a last years Elwood Vick of Henderson is filling sweet potato patch without tho ridges nominated or honestly beaten The Louisville Commercial representa- Â¬ the place of Klncheloe MiGill us night planed down or the result might have Hon I II Severs tive said yesterday operator at the shops while Kinch been different The Cloverport boys of Breckenridgo county who is really a takes a vacation plajed tho Camp Andersons lust Sunday cocimander in chief of tho Murray The Americn Tobacco Co closed down on the tatters grounds and bent them forces hns shown himself to b superior Friday for the season and will resume by n score of t3 to 23 in five inning It even to such old generals as Collector about Noyember let They prizsd 027 would have taken at least another day Ben Johnson George Fulton and ex hogsheads of tobacco this season to play the game out so it was called af- Congressman A B Montgomery ter the lith inning because of darkness John Joplinof the Hardin Independent You should read the Lost Garter Latest and most amusing book out predicts that Dave Smith will be the IRVINGTON lover of tun should have it Everyboy nominee But Sweeney and his followers Price i0c only Pox 03 Powling Green say they will come under the wire first Ky Bate Washngton to morrow A Word About Schools However the general im pression is that Murray will be the man KevS G Shellev will preach at Holt Sells Out Meeting Has Church Con- Â¬ although it nor seems that tho Davo next Sunday at 11 a m Closed Smith men are working iu collusion ference Saturday at 730 p in Will with tho Washington and Nelson county preach at the Elm Street Methodist Dr Will Strother of Big Spring was men to defeat Murray but your corresChurch Sunday at 730 p ru over Sunday pondent who thinks lie is in a position Jacob Paldes the barber was taken Public school will begin Monday Miss to judge does not believe it will be ef Â¬ sudenly ill last Friday with heart trou- Â¬ fected Tliei Convention will perhaps Ada Hanks in charge ble and has not yet fuliy recovered A revival began at the Baptist church play fir a dark horse when it meets to- Â¬ though he is better Ed Ttndle is con- Â¬ morrow but the playing will result in Sunday large crowds in attendance ducting the shop while Paldese is sick will bo the man and if A water well Is being drilled here this nothing Murray Marshal John Hall is hustling after Sweeney as Smith week It has been needed for a long not him it will be dogs which have not yet had taxes paid has never boen in it on them AH Cloverport owners of time Â¬ canine property will half to pay this vlTate Washington has sold his beautiBRANDENBURG give up their pets for tho slaugh- Â¬ ful farm We will all regret bis depar- Â¬ time or ture ter Chas Marshall who has been troubled The Steamer Staggs Continues To Make It is reported in Bowling Green that with ills eyes for some timo is improving People Happy Bud Price and the State Executive Committee of Scab rapidly Horemen Horses Democrats has requested one J 0 SIiub The Baptist Breathren colored dedi Â¬ Scab elector of the Tuird District to the come to llardinsburg next Saturday and cated their now church Sunday There Take Premiums at the Corydon Fair reply to the speech of Hqn I harles was nu immense crowd in town Schools Will Begin Next MissZdma Strother who has been Bronston Monday Dr John M Cohen the noted oculist visiting the Misses Henderson returned Miss Strother is a most and optician will be at A R Fishers home Sunday A M Byerly commenced teaching Drug Store in this city Sept 10 11 and charming and attractive young lady and Monday at Masonic Hall regretted her departure Anybody sulTerlng with any disease all 12 Dr Will Crutcher and wife West Bud Doble Price of Brandenburg of the eye or needing spectacles will do Point were in town last week well to call on him Examination and who is gaining a most enviable reputa- Â¬ Edwin Hudge is here to stay somo consultation free and satisfaction guar- Â¬ tion as a trainer and driver of fine horses time with his aunt Glnnle Phillips spent Sunday in towu the guest of Docanteed Miss Agnes Matin accompanied Miss The City Council called a sprcial tor Moreumi Bud has placed several Fannie Jameson to her home near meeting Monday night for the purpose in the 230 lUt this season OAonsboro for a visit The protracted meeting at the Meth- Â¬ ol renting the school houso to district Miss Mary Lewis will enterlaln to Â¬ one tor the ensuing term There are odist Church closed Thursday after ten night Tuesday for her guest Miss Eva Many converts and some four rooms and a rent of five dollars a days duratlou Hensley of llardinsburg Every body room was agreed upon making twenty additions to tho Church The Staggs gave a dance excursion last dollars a month for tho whole building was well pleased with Bro Bushing Thursday to tho young folks Lapps The regular council meeting wil con- Â¬ who assisted Bro CundiiT band furnished the music VEarl Bennett left Tuesday for Lindon vene next Monday night Miss Addle G Ditto Is in Cloverport rtie little pony which Miss LiFayette Ky where he will attend school during J T Ditto has gone to Cincinnati to Lallolst drives to her cart became the next ten months under Colonel C take up his routine of work One touch of uaturo makes tho whole frightened one day last week while her W Fowler Col Fowler has few equals We fee it more as tho brother Lilbern wes driving and ran as an educator and the young man who world kin The cart struck a tree on front is able to ppend a few months with the seasons coini aud go and tho years near away street and the boy was thrown to the Colonel may consider himself lucky apace Mr and Mrs B F Allan ProfBurtou pavement with such force that lie suff Â¬ indeed What we need mostly is a good col- Â¬ and School Superintendent W D AbIi ered a severe sprain of the wrist The lege a live town and plenty of business crafu were excursionists last Sunday on cart was only slightly injured of boys and girls here the Stages The Owensboro Messenger of yester Â¬ There are lots Mrs Liura Graham wife and only one little insignificant nchool r Dr Will Strother of Big Spring was day says boust that has a capacity for only about here last week to attend the Medical of the late Dr W A Graham of Carl of consumption at 4 oclock one fourth the number it has to accom- Â¬ Association and to view the landscape Ington died Sunday morning at the age of forty modate and yet people wonder why oer further up the panorama A good many from here attended the years and was lurled at 3 p ro Monday their children are not healthy and robust build a good Corydon Fair and pronounce jt up to if The deceased leaves two Let us all pitch in at Stanley school house get some first class educa- not in advance of all the former fairs The deceased is a daughter-in-lachildren Where am I There were 3000 people on the ground jot Mw Wordon Graham ofClo tors and instead of ankjng Let Friday to send my boy sand girls to school verpert other peoplo inquire and send their chil Â¬ Mrs II V Duncan is hero a guest of Mm Bailie Bennett and Mrs Millie dren here Nothing so Improves a town her sou at the St Cloud Hotel Mm the gu sis of Mrr Den lit an as a gcod school Jones were Duncan Is a meet pteawtBt estimable champ near Piew lat Monday lady and I hope she will inset all of our Kdward Whitehead wait to Rome rfiUirdav Walter J Sherman and representative people Mrs Jtobblns and son Arthur Mt Mr and Mr aadMwJ S llrads aw will sUit for daughter Margurette or Toledo Ohio art red Mm H Y Duncan and I through the OkUltMM about the tenth ol ptemhr Saturday and will spied sverl wk with ennrtexy of D M Duncan will take the Mr rod Mr W U Btwntf btr parents Tell City to day and meet the Tarascoa rn V 5 fur rtrttirn to night Tq torraw we will Reports siAr -- u spend lu driving Salt Wprk Soda Alh m Royal Baking Pewdr f JB tkH J J and Sulphur Well - Mens iroiting at the Elm GLOYERPORT KY Tutfs Pills LOGKED Cure All o Liver To those living Illse in malarial I -- Wtjf districts Tutts Pills arc indispcnsiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are O ul M BACK TO I 3 3 in -- vy Ju an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases vi U mm I JM SCHOOL In u few days the little folks will have to go be eager Hjnitl to itlX 35 5 4SP Tutts Liver Pills Abe Ditto Jr was aboard the Stages last Sunday enroute to Louisville His belter half he admits the butter part and son Charlton wero In Glisten Da vid In Cloverport for a visit He kindly furnished me items as I had been oil Â¬ Â¬ etr xwi m Kr eorraioirrca get staitcd ly 1 g ggas THEY WIILL WANT Some now School Suits to wear TTk to be comfortably fixed like to be dressed like the other children they will want you to visit our store this week g Thank you Mr Editor Thank you for the complimentary notadeplume be Â¬ stowed upon me In your bending of this 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I shall wrnr the lightly however for all glories are transient ever But you are honest hence I accept You know jiipt rs much about that balloting nnd that important Caucus at Ellzabethtown ns we do up here Char Republican says he lie Coleman wants Sweeney to beat Dave Murray be cause he knowe of course J AY Lewis will have a walk over and dont want D U beaten as he is n home man Char Well see about that itable isnt he walk over Bud Price captured the blue ribbon for hing tho most graceful and best prized iqurstrinn nt the Corydon Fair lie snnlched suvernl prizes on the More men horses for A W Moremen there nnd at So much for a Kentucky boy ahd Kentucky horses over iu Housier which is nothing If not knowing a good thing or two when seen The atmosphere Is mzy hazy tho sun mellow jullow the breezes cool Summer smooth which nil whisper has gone autumn is here which means laying down oars of leisure and plying paddles of application Weve all had n happy summer season all piny though never pays so towork witli n vim lienrt nnd soul get re mly for our first litornry exercisep study prnctic work teachers nnd pupils Judge J F Woolfulk and his excellent wife entertained quite a number of young Their frleuds last Thursday evening house is n synonym for hospitality and enjoyment this occasion was not the ex ception Miss Annie Itichardson brought me a box of delicious cake which that Editor nnd Foreman of tho Messengor gobbled nnd loft me a taste hut it was I only re Â¬ dollcioUB upon my return gret I was not Here to have chaperoned my usuel bevy out Bear iu mind Hint next Monday Profs Burton and Hardesty open school on West Hill Pupils in tho district free Every attention will be given to tho No branch will bo smaller children neglected Tho nnuic room is immedi Â¬ ately across the street nnd hours for same will be arranged not to conflict with recitations An instrument will bo placed in the school room for chapol exercises Now is the nccepted tlnio to build up a school for all future days I believe wo will do it coumn in last itmo Inurel Goofi strong ones with cap ocr the toes to stand the rough wear for hoys strong neat ones for girls Just the kind lor children SHOES Â¬ SCHOOL jp SUPPLIES Â¬ Slate nil sues ami makes Â¬ Â¬ g m y g Tablets to write and draw on pretty ones and very cheap Dont miss seeing our display Drawing Crayons and supplies Inks all colors for drawing use School straps and lunch baskets f g g e Come to us for School outfits C NOLTE AFsignee SULZERS 3 SSl 1 1 Ifef nKUuuiaiiuuuiiuiiuiaiiuamius GENERAL -- c See our Window Display 9vSSV9rtSvSTS J J M NEHAN CO COMMISSION r 9jl MERCHANTS Lot WVVVVVV4 Silver Men favor Bryan Vrl For the Salo of Country Produce r - In 111 Ulntvm Ittnlr t nlliv Tnitt fumnnnv MnitStrrrl Itrtnrrn Utli and IDtli it- - Wllltr KV reJ Gold Men favor McKinley And Every Sensible Practical nnd Economical Man Favors Â¬ The Bargain Providers 5pcj lVrmn I lawn the nice aalc iw mly lot ol crush tnwriing nt 3c AW for our Strong SiiiinHcr it 9c IOMU heavy tumliM ockat 5c pair IjcfCicrtiiniit 40c 50c 6u 75c wnnh iloublr prke filling d beKW worth 35c onty tSc Wool Imported duck thirling uiul suitingi HU1 it 25c close jj loiloz ladles back and striped hole Rood piahty forget c hindlv ill kinds ofsch ol supplies it lowest prices A nice line lad en button shoes with tips at 73c ijSc ar I nt at sc CJ00J all linen towels toe latt color them out ut 15c rtri Panutl nl cpit let 111 at 10c Â¬ Fxtra heavy cotton vorth 5c at 4c Meach cotton nice smooth gnous worth 7c at jc A big line of ladies black dnss goails mwest weaves iml loweM prices All of our f 75c and 60c slppM anil 0rml tis Just re elvud a full line of ladies them quick at Ji 35 atJSC cies to imie and 1 24 Mut be seen to be appreciated Wc carry the larficst line or Mens and Hoys cloth ing in this Mrt cl the country We have seme speiials at jo3 t48 and 4 98 Hoods worth twice the money irey blnktts at 65c 90c I111 White banlets 73c 90c i 10 Wu have just added a grocery department mil will lell eviry thing In Ihfs line at rock bottom prfi A rood blacking brush ice Indigo caic o 4c best umllty Mens bull shoes the dut we ever had at 03c Al i 50 f 1 and 7jc shut wants at 98c PEKIN Protracted Meeting at Cave Spring-CuttTobacco Corn Crop Good Other Notes ing If you dont sec what you want ask for it right IVice We invite you to call and see us We have it and at the GEO YEAKEL CO nilANDENBURC KY Â¬ Plenty of rain here All out for froo silver Cutting tobacco Is the order Very good corn crops in this section Piles saw mill runs three days out of each week Miss Edith Board will leave for home at Lewisport Saturday E E Glasscock made a business trip to Owensboro last week Protracted meeting will begin at Cave Spring second Saturday night in Septem ber Ed Hall nnd wifu gave an entertain Â¬ ment Wednesday night and there was a large crowd present E E Glasscock and Miss Edith Board and the rwo Misfes Hall spent the last Sunday at Mr Joliti llhodes guests of Misses Julia and Lula Â¬ IRA DeHAVEN OK ANI I MANUIACriKKlt KALI It IN MATTRESSES Factory Two doors below Pierces livery Stable CLOVERPORT KY Great Hardin County Fair ELIZABETHTOWN KY 1 The Steamer Monttith and Barge Aro open for engagements for excur- Â¬ sion picnics and moonlight parties on Liberal premiums tn all kinds of sock Farm Products Fruits and Poultry Address Good half mile track Trotting and running races rach day very reasonable terms Excellent water W I CllAMMONI barna and stalls Good Hotels lttdiiccd rates on all railroads For catalogues Hawesville Ky and entry banks apply to Secretary D M September 8 9 10 and 11 1896 Duncan Draixlenburg came own ft L WINTEKSMITH J M Sunday anJreturneil that ereslogaeeompanleJ Sua will by till mother Mrt It V Duncan he there leferal Jaji President IUIItf VicoPresldent J A KINKIIEAD Secretary AFTER DELINQUENTS SI FOR SALE CHEAP Ilouw nd lot In Hardliulurv Lnowu u Ion proiwrty Kor ptrtlcuUri ipoly to W K HARNKS ItanllniburB Kr w Â¬ SneriUu to Begin Selling Property at The fulloirlng from here atte ruled the oyole Once Thuritlajri Jai K and meet at llawenllle lit i tforo dlbtaint warrants have OT 8klllman Mrs Dr Moorman h T Bled and Mill LaFajette UHelM W 8 Dow b en nent out to delinquents simple as mer and Mlw Mayme Griffith A tot Iloyd warning but now action will be taken daughter Mill Katie in very Instance wher the tax payers all to cmnH forward with their taxes Wis art tWtt rmined to colli ct nil taxes duu if the pmpHrty of our best friends DAUGHTERS Development budding Into womanhood has to b sold to do so alow eye dulled face pimpled complex 8 A Patk 8 B O elon eallow palna lu back tad able sad coaaUutly tlitd F PPayne D 8 life for tolh mother awl daughter Regulate and atresetbea the delicate organ t which ahouls perform the natural fuuetloaa of Mcxt wetaaafcoed th or J ACONK ltuitllille Kyi lITANllfD Ajtentiloitll Orocerlci In our county mala or female Addrcxwlth tump iutrcferwMCT LECASEV No 410 Scot bt Covington Ky w ANTKO To tell a Mcond hand Ilarouche good repair Will if II at a bantam IK ANMIK L NliWMJ1l In W K UA1INMS rTTTrrrr A II KINCHEIOK BARNES KINCHEL0E WOMANHOOD tnrlnrand critical time of WINTEffSMITHS W I QAunNKB D S ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURCI KY Collactlom and oiorccnant of licu peclal Sheriff Sale for Taxei I M On MfndurtU lilh day iCOctctr n y depulU Govt jLmc ww ww J j During JJ yeare Wlater MsKhaBuebu bee sever felted ht curiug tbetlUafgblhood at thle critical late All druogttta aud mercbauta Arthur feter ft S-- UulevUIe Ky fieeil Agent A WT tVG9w BUCHU U oin j ilu ibd imiy in Mug t I I Oniric No Murray post No 10 Q A It met in Hfty cr flan t litcil In hi Mir of thmih forth yoarot tliis rity Saturday Tlifru were about iSJliJ Hj ST If il la MvgUtu III ltlrtct No t fifty lm inbera present Hcr ImikJ lu ihamn mil Ijiiiv luncn ndlnror Worth IU wtlflht ia thyir4 T V Kand con tnniKfS HC Sutherkmd ItllODKS TIIQSL VVROKKVUSI1C Eila Eye Salve dua fir iht yea tho will lit thcuurthun i9dj nd i r wli ft1 eron tuur til for 18 gUaa atttntloa lll 7dcotfc7 ilt 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power THEt BRELGKJNRrDQEl NEIWS GIaOVElRPOKLT KY Litest U S Go vt Report Royal Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1890 ABOJLUTJEIVY Baking Powder PURE -- BABY INCUBATOIIS PHYSICIAN TELLS OF THE CON STRUCTION AND OPERATION The Apparatus Is Vnrjr Simple and Inex pensive tint Attendant- - la Costly In Addition to Parlnc a Uf Eeh Inenbsv tlon Contributes Useful Knowledge WAGES Are Not Low in Mexico So Declares Colonel G R Harms Â¬ of Kentucky He Gives Figures and Facts and Tho entire production of silver for tho world in 1891 was 107752501 fine ounces and its coin value was f 210892 Now suppose that had all been 200 dumped into the United States it would not have raised the per capita to 3 and all the other nations would have gone without silver for coinage and fine arts Tho com value of the gold production So you for that year was 180020100 see they were close together and silver is used much more in the flue arts than gold The total coin value of the gold production of tho world since tho discov- Â¬ ery of America down to 1894 was 8 682 407400 that of silver 10131811100 Those are the latest statistics before me Rev Mark Miner a Uunkard minister of Deckers Point Pa says he can recom- Â¬ mend Chamberlains Pain Balm to any- Â¬ one in need of a good liniment and that he considers It the best he has ever used Pain Balm is especially valuable for rheumatism lame back pprains swellÂ¬ Plainly Shows That Laborers aro Paid Sufficient Wages Cincinnlll Enquirer ing cuts bruises burns and scalds It is one of the most remarkable medic lues in existence and its effects will both sur Â¬ prise and delight you lor sale at 25 and 60 cents per bottle by A R Fisher The Enquirer man asked him about druggist the letter written from Laurel Ind by a lady ecliool teacher to a gold paper in A LIE NAILED this city in which sho claimed that Mex- Â¬ ican laborers miners and so on were Misrepresentation paid only wages sufficient to keep soul Courier Journal Exposed by the Bowling Green and body together Times Oh I suppose said Colonel Harms with a smile that an American lady school teacher knows all about the wages Tho paper of which Mr Bryan was ed paid the laborers and miners in the re-Â¬ itor untill lecently the Omaha World mote mountain regions of Mexico where Herald published a few days before his an American woman is rarely if ever retirement at the head of the editorial seen but I must say after years of busi- Â¬ columns in capitals this pelce ness experience down there frequent Every one who lias money at his dis-Â¬ trips and long sojourns our observations posal can protect himself against loss are diametrically different altogether through free silver by converting his opposed in every particular money into land houses and merchan Â¬ Our payroll runs 1900 a month I dise of various kinds If besides lie bor- Â¬ have our payrolls for May June and July rows moro money and uses it for that with me and will let you see for your purpose lie will mate a prom on mo solf what we actually pay Here they transaction at the expense of the man nre We paid our engineers 5 a day from whom he borrows office men pumping service 2 per day If Note especially that last sentence blacksmiths 3 per day bolsters 2 per besides he borrows more money and 2 per day lumber- Â¬ uses it for the purpose ho will make a day watchmen men -- 50 and 3 per day miners 1 50 profit on the transaction at the expense of 175 2 and t per day Our ordinary the man from whom he borrows Theres outaide common laborers wheelbarrow morality for a cross and crown cam men and tho like 150 to 250 per day paign Courier Journal Living is very cheap We furnish What a perfidious sheet a paper must our force with all their biipplies and I become when it sinks to the level of ly will give you samples all through the ing when it knows that every body will pay roll showing what they earned a know it The article quoted ubovo was month anil what they had left after pay taked from an editorial by Mr Dana of ing their living bills the New York Sun and the Omaha World Herald liko many other papers TIIESAIUUKH Here they are names of the men reproduced it to show the attacks gold what they earned and what they had bugs were making in the East The Courior Journal can not even over at the end of the month plead ignorance for the above editorial Wages earned J1 living bill 53 was quoted by nearly ever silver paper Wages earned 02 living bill 18 in the country and credited to Mr Dana Wages earned 155 living bill 02 where it belonged In its desperation Wages earned 75 living bill 27 the great conscience burdened paper Wages earned 75 living bill 23 which can not compromise with dis-Â¬ Wages earned 75 living bill 23 Wages earned 557 living bill 18 50 honor deliberately aud knowingly tries to deceive the people by telling them it Wages earned 124 living bill 40 Laborers earned 01 living bill 10 appeared in Mr Bryans paper Of Laborers earned 4050 living bill course they will explain this by saying it was in that paper but they cen not 1 150 explain the lying attempt to deceive the Skilled laborer earned 150 living people into believing that it was the ut Â¬ bill 57 Skilled laborer earned 90 living terance of tho Omaha Herald Instead of the New York Sun bill 53 How do tho conscientious Democrats Skilled laborer earned 105 living whose high sense of honor will not al- Â¬ bill 50 Skilled laborer earned 87 living low them to support the nominee of their party liko to find themselves folbill 15 Theso are matters of fact and show lowing in the footsteps of a paper that you that thoy live well and have some resorts to such methods for campaign Bowling Gseen Times raonny left oyer at the end of every material month In May we paid tho laborers by A Desertion contract so much per foot and their Undrr the trots vlicra tho brunches n qulver ami Murmur intlwly 3 wages ran along 250 321 275 Wliuru tliu butterfliestender with low uunbeams tho spurt per day 380 and tlmt ulilvir And bblft oVr tbo water that babble and A fellow named Oordon has been flow writing articles on Mexican matters and Ah hum itro rti HgliU that our words cannot incasurul says the field laborers get only 25 cents a Tin tranquil from morn till the got of the day That is true in somo instances but nun their work is light and the cost of living For lior crowning bliss in a region of pleasure one fourth of what it is here I can net There- uoims not n murmur of 10 to 1 farm laborers in my State of Now York Tho pbrasu haunts tho throng liko a menacing and oyer in Campbell County for 10 a jiucter To cut onr the soul a deep hadow of care month and they are glad to get it Then Insidious It lurks like a pntltiit collector look at the heavy clothing fuel and high To claim of your time ond utUntlun a sbnre priced goods of all sorts high priced in fk heros fur tlut wood uboru Ju leafy suclu lun comparison I mean they have to pay Wo mls the reprciruhrs of duty undone 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Colonel G H Harms Prcsiilent of the Newport Electric Light Company and President of the Sonora Mexican Mining Company dropped into the Gibson House yesterday for lunch for The Mexican laborer geta moro for his work than ho ever did before and his dollars buy more They are We pay our contented and happy smelters 10 a day and I pay my superior tender 10 a day or 18 a day AmerThe Mexican lives on ican money beans and tortillas mainly He drinks water ormezcal when ho can get it We will have a splendid display Bet upon Fourth street next week showing the whole process of silver mining smelting Â¬ Â¬ And ungalluutly hide f rum the doubt und con fusiou Which rago in this battlo oer IS to 1 Wnshlnulon Star THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Coiigh ciirr the numt prompt mid rITectlvo remedy for IIhciihch of tho tliroit and lungs Is Ajith berry Ah mi cmcrg ncy until IVctorul In sharp contrast to tho lavish reck lessniM vith which noblo splendid lives are often sacrificed to somo futile Ignoblo cause is tho inflnito vigilnnco and care the ingenuity and skill that aro sometimes extended upon preserving and funuing into llaino u little spark that has hardly attained tho dignity of being called a life Doubtless most aro familiar with tho metal rcceptaclo 4 by 3 standing on four legs ul out waist high with a small water pipo and heating apparatus on ono sido und a cold air pipo and addi- Â¬ tional apparatus on tho other known as tho infant incubator But pcrhnps fow reallzo tho patient skilled watching and tho consequent cxpenso ncccsary to tho bringing forward of tho littlo inmate uutil it shall bo ablo to tako its place in tho world as u real livo and kicking baby At tho first nppcarauco upon llfoa stago of this speck of humanity senrco half mudo up it is swathed in n bundle of absorbent cotton and laid ill its littlo netit with nothing to distract Its attention but a perfectly accurate thcr womotcr to which it liowover Fccms wholly indifferent Tho gloss lid is then almost closed Experience has taught tho physicians that it is better to lcavo it open a littlo space A trained nurse at onco takes her placo by tho sido of this nuiqno object and keeps constant guard over temperature conditions of air eta Absolute quiet and a subdued light aro among tho requirements Tho tcmeratnro may rango from 00 to 08 degrees In cases of low vitality it Is kept at OH and witli tho most robust is never allowed to go below 00 degrees Then every hour tho littlo cbargo must bo fed This is sometimes accomplished by means of a dropper but moro often a little rubber tuLo is passed through tho mouth and ehophagns into tho stomach aud into this tube is slowly poured a dram about a tcuspootiful of pre Â¬ pared food Thus in the 24 hours about This three- ounces of food aro absorbed food is mndu after a formula arranged by n most expert chemist aud changes fioni day to day according to tho devel opment of tho baby Every Ufi hours tho littlo gown of ab sorbent cotton is exchanged for a perfectly fresh one of tho samo material The food und clothing of this embryo personage arc not therefore great bills of expense but its lodgings its physician and nurses mako up u pretty sum for its indulgent parents It will easily bo seen that tho only requirements for raising a baby in an incubator aro a perfectly even high temperature puro air and a food tho nearest approach possiblo to its natural food Hut simple as this sounds it has taxed every resourco of tho best engi Â¬ neering and sanitary authorities tho finest bacteriologists and chemists in tho country to nrrivo at tho present stato of advancement Au incubator as it is now perfected costs about 200 A few firms have them to rout and as tho demand for them is naturally small ono may bo rented at any time Dr Itotch who is responsible for many of tho recent improvements of tho incubator has been very successful In its use Ho insists upon having always two trained nurscn f that no moment may thero bo tho risk of a chango in conditions which might turn tho scale tho wrong way This of itself means 50 a week aud tho tinio of incubation is usually from two months to ten weeks Hut tho baby so saved comes in timo to bo quito tho equal of his fellows who followed the good old fashioned ways Hospitals cannot boast as great suc cess from their experienco with incubators although several include ono among their appliances In tho first place it is often a caso where tho tiny Alohannned must go to tho mountain and it is almost impossible- to accomplish this without bomo littlo exposure Then in most cases tho child has not only prematura birth to strugglo with but tho worst factor of having como from ill conditioned badly nourished and often intemperate parents Besides no uursu in a hospital no scoro of nnrscs can so arrange that ono shall always havo an eye on tho thermometer and the SO or moro full blown babies will not upon demand refrain their voices from weep ing out of consideration for tho sensi tiveness of their delicate littlo comrade Tho hospital people aro sometimes asked why they make so great an effort to save tho live of theso poor littlo creatures who at tho best must enter tho raco of lifo fearfully handicapped Their urgument of course is that tho tiniest life in embryo has a right to its chanco but their interest is doubtless Physicians from largely scientific Maine- to California from tho St Law renco to tho gulf aro constantly looking to thoso hospitals for tho latest and best results p tliejr researches and experi- Â¬ ments and by studying f hn roatment and watching tho development pf cases hero tho incubating process included thoy may bo ablo to save many n lifo nearer homa Besides who can foretell wliother tho tiny atom may not turn out s Wnppjn or n Wagner ns well as a com iaonplaco gmjt pr Jones M D in Chicago Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DISCABCS OP TIIK SK1X The intense itching and ttnnrtirg inci- Â¬ dent to eczema teller rall rlieum anil oilier Ms Ibid had a 20000 fire Sunday diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by Capt James B Martin of Ulangow is applying Chamberlains Yo and Skin Under a new mansKemont In addition to the Common School Course clnwes will Many very Ind cncs havo been Ointment dead Bookkeeping and Penmanship a specialty Day m sutttnlned In lligherltraucheB permanently cured by it It I equally pupils wanted For terms of tuition etc apply to An elecr c car at Chattanooga crushed efficient fur itching piles and n fivnrilc rem Â¬ K HARMON edy for sora nipplco rluimnil hands chil- Â¬ a boy to death AIJ3sWir blains frost bite nnd chronic soro eyes lnwder explosion at Xt nU Ohio For Kile by druggists nt 25 cents per box killed two men X M IIARPKR DANIEL BltOQKrl Try Dr Codys Condition Po mlcm they JO I100KNK Fire bugs aro making a raid on Mld are jiut what a liorrc ncedn when in 1ml condi Â¬ tion Tonic blood purilierand vermifuge dlesborough Ky BOURNE BROOKS CO will known ball Eddie Daniels tho A woman 20 Year of age who claims player of Louisville is dead to be from Terro Haute was detected in Bryan Mill speak in Louisville alraut the act of burying her baby under a pile the 10th or 12th of next mouth of leaves in Burnett woods Cincinnati Eight thousand people attended the She was arrested and confessed to have ing strangled the infant Old Settlers Keiinion at Centervllle Wednesday was the coldest 10th of A Fulton county boy sinokul 1200 boxes OATTLB HOGS AND SHKEP of cigarettes saved the pictures and for- Â¬ August ever recorded in New York The mother of the ltev Bam 1 Jones warded them to the firm asking what BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl E KY is dead Kbo resided in Eminence Ky they would send him in exchange The roply by return mail came Smoke Bursars robbed five stores at Ewing 1200 more and wo will Bend you a coffin WmmmmmimWmmmmmmmmmmmmlKy carrying off a large amount of goodu Auditor Baldwin of Washington has 5000 pledged by tbe New York Her Â¬ rejected the claim of tbe North American J ald toward the sound money Democratic Commercial Company for 283725 for Tlili l tl 3 market and ours tho host Jinnn to ship to Wo mnko llhcml wl fuud rami on rnnilgtitnetit IILPIUU wo hnvo htttor fiicllltli- thRii other linnrcs In Imvlnc damages alleged to havo been sustained juiiiiy loivu furtorlcs to npply Wo gut you tUo top irico nnd pny KTMitcmlii not In Three baukers of New Orleans have by the United States preventing the com- Â¬ r i iu i iiiiiiu iigvuis cuii uu juiir ivuui turn iArlU JirtKlUCe UlrtCl IO been arrested for an 80000 embtzze pany from taking any fur seals on the 110 Tlilrd Ctroet or 013 to CIO Murroll Court Pribylof Island in Alaska for the year mont LOUISVILLE KY Phillip Calgrove lias been eh cled Su- Â¬ 1891 A cow and calf ran into and art store preme Chancellor of the Knighta of II m at Cincinnati playing havoc with a lot Pythias RATES g TrmmKrcomr Uu located -of floe goods Before the unwelcome m EVA2PtROAY mirvcilu The Madl80nville Hustler is issuing a daily at the Fair grounds during the visitors could recover from their as tonishment at the txcltement and havoc meeting they had caused a number of boys and The Hopkins county jail is vacant men pounced upon them aud bore them this has not been the case for a number out of the store bodily of years I The North western Yeast I os agent Two ladito wearing large sleeves were is around again with samplis of the taken to bo hi rein by au insane man and wonderful yeaat foam which is belter were shot than ever this year owing to new ma Niuty doga have been slaughtered by chenery being used for pressing out tho 1 JOHNSON the May field authoriUea for nonpayment cakes No excuse for having poor bread jOUISVILLrj Ky man A of tho tax when you can get yeast foam good fl mr Ben Cooper au eight year old convict and a hot oven Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic lias made his escape from the Frankfort A sure appe- Â¬ cures chills permanently Penitentiary tizer A perfect blood purifier A com- Â¬ Charles Frohman spent 1J00 a week strengthened Dr Bells Pepper- Â¬ during the theatrical season to advertise plete CARBO mint Chill Tonic will giyo color to the his attractions faco and change that eallow complexion Photographs at the height of eighteeu to a healthful rosy hue It corrects dis contains Oxygen and Nitrohundred feet have been lateen of the ordeisof tho stomach and aids digestion gen in the proportion of one City of Boston Overcomes nervous depression aud low to five Dutch Neal the puiglitt has issued a spirits It will restore exhausted nnd The great nerve remedy for INDIGES- Â¬ challenge to iljlit any one of his weight nursing mothers to full strength and en TION Malnutrition NEItVOUS EX- 14rlb for 250 a side ergy aud makes children fat as pigs UAUSnON PALlUATIUN UV TUE HEART IW8 of Appetite Flatulency Guaranteed Gen John O Black has been nomin Constipation liilliousneas and kindred A whole mountiau of asbestos is said affections at d for Governor by the pound mon- Â¬ One teaspoonful of this elixir to have been discovered about four will digest 2000 grains albumen ey Democrats of Illinois Does your food sour after eating Are The demand for good sheep is increas- miles noith of Mount Vernon Ore The you easily confused and excited Do fibre varies from half an inch you get up in the morning tired and un ing Farmers should pay more atten- asbestos contains Oxygen and Nitro to two inches in length and is of excel- Â¬ refreshed and with a bad taste in tho tion to the raising of tin in gen the former greatly in quality The discovery was made mouth lent Dr S M Lowry a prominent tobacco Is there a dull cloudy sensation at Â¬ excess ozone and is very through the herding of sheep on the tended by a disagreeable feeling in the dealer and land owner of Elk ton has soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ mounlians Where the animals had head aud eyt B tiled a deed of assignment tramped the rocks the asbestos threads Are you irritable and restless ates it it is raken into the Mrs Henry Ward Beecber passed her showed up liko bundles of wool The Does your heart thump aud causo yon lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ to gaep lor breath after climbing a fight eighty fourth birth day last Wednebday Winchester Democrat of stalls ed by the blood which it and is enjoying good health The sensation or in other words Capt Does it distress you to Ho on your left You need Hoods Sarsaparilla to en- Â¬ Frenchs Floating opera which gave an sido purifies and so goes directly Have you impaired memory dimness rich aud purify your blood create an excellent show liTe some few days ago to the seat of all diseases appetite and give sweet refreshing sleep has entered the St Louis Harbor They of vision depression of mind and gloomy Send for our 200 page foreboding Inventors are not always fools A were to remain at that city and give sev- Â¬ Tlieeo symptoms are sometimes ac- Â¬ Treatise Sent free man of Main has invented a flying ma- Â¬ eral performances but upon reaching companied by frightful dreaniB and are St Louis John Morton a high class aiways distressing to a degree caused by chine bat has hired another man to try class of ailments member of the troupp was stricken with no other are suffering from and means 1529 it that ou Dyspepsia Arch Street Philadelphia Pa typhoid malaria and died suddenly aad Nervous Exhaustion Morman Elders are doing good work San Fraiolscu Cal Toronto Can Capt French and his fellow actors decidThere is no other remedy extant that at Pleasant Kidge and have organized a ed not to give any performance and pulled has done so much for this class of trouchurch with eighteen enthusiastic mem bles as out for Crafton ALL SORTS NEWSY NOTES THE HABDINSBURG NORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 lrlcl8 HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock lt herndon cart 1 WOOL WOOL - CO aw Â¬ W W jSSKwwVmffiCi MP 3s9jS siJ SCOTTS The Air DIMSTIYE We Breathe Â¬ Â¬ DrsStarkeyPalens Â¬ Compound Oxygen Â¬ Brs Starkey Palcn Â¬ Â¬ be rs By the closing down of the steel and Ac I thcro any danger of that dumpiog and deluge of silver the Republicans and gold Democrats predict if we adopt free silver AN KXrjIATIC HKILV cine fur the cure of Croup Sore Throiit Exhausted Si Hubbard told mo that ho got a heap of work out of you when you was workiu fer him said rho fanner said tho Waal I nllow ho did hired man Yuan it alL Iuiijr Fever an Whooping Cough I got Fact is Indianapolis Journal I guess ho jlst about AYERS Not a bit of it j dont you believe it That is one of their gags and tcarecrowB Wo havo a steady spot market for all the silver we can mine Here I will read you a letter from Liverpool solicit- Â¬ ing almost begging for our silver I have sold much of it to English firms and great quantities go frem Mexico to Great Britain Germany China and Ja pan steady spot cash markets When they tell you that Mexican dollars ami bullion will be bought up and brought to tbla country in tho event of free coinage Jiere remind them that Mexico has an export duty on Mvor a fact that I have invec eeea mentioned la any paper If cue adopt free coinage hat ef jyj duty trill ke iucrew eJ mre Â¬ f2WMti 1 sf V rnnnnt Cherry Pectoral A greater number of men than of women beconio stout lato in life No tlHt llibllshliiR Society Petersburg Yd Ilidornfii it us a cure for violent colds lironcliltlH etc Dr Ilrawlcy also mills To all ministers suffering bo equaled K M 11 HAW I KY J DIh Sec of tho AiiipfiCfllt BP-- satisfactory explanation of this fact is offcied Ills Tune you play tho violin said 7 yearold Tom Â¬ Mr Tillinghast my Dillingham who was entertaining the caller But I doat play tho violin Tom Â¬ my I Then papa must bo mistaken heard him tell mamma that you played Exchange second fiddle at home If garlbto prosperity Is do to the fact that it Is on a sold monometallic basis thaa iaav pressrra us from sueU a fata per cnt of In tbU country la Koglwul tbe people possess BO per rent of It wealth and BO per ctnt tt the people barsut money songta to bay a sobstao tUl breakfast Id liko to hear from throat troubles I recommend AYERS Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at Worlds Talr nail mills at Hammond Ind six hun dred men have been thrown out of ork Win Jennings Bryan will come to Kentucky by way of Henderson and will more than likely deliver a speech there Tho Y M 0 A of Louisville have puicbased property at Fouith nd B oad- ay for 10700 This is on fourth of is original cost Mrs Mary Lou Gibson of Mt Sterling was found dead with a bullet hole in her head The supposition is that she committed suicide James Leonard of Anderson has nev r had a tooth in his head and strange o say has four children who are marked y the fame peculiarly A Suit for 10000 damages has been tiled in the Hopkinsville Circuit Court ny A J Terry against Pre Lamb and Ferguson for malpractice Co the large dry Hilton Hughes ijooda firm of New York have assigned Negotiations are being made to start a laily Republican newspaper at Paducah The new chill cure Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ mint Chill Tonic looks belter tastes better acta better and is better than any other All dealers guarantee it to cure Beer costs 25 ceuta a glass or two dol- Â¬ lars a gallon at Circle City Alaska The treating habit in thla Stato would be a thing of the past if such prices prevailed here White linen lawn vests with hem Â¬ stitched tucks and frlls down the front and a tun over linen collar are one of of the novelties to wear with the coat and skirt gown Douglas Sherley the once honored member of the famous Pendenula Club and the society man but now disowned of Louisville has gone to Lexington for a stay with his cousin Fouatian Benton and Warren county farmers have 10 to 1 or gold standard signs in front of their doors to Inform the passers by which way they stand on the money question An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth is the old Mosaic doctrine but the doctors of to day save the eye sight by applying Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It cures all farina and you can buy a tube anywhere for 2So Dr Matt Young one of the oldeat an ablest physician residing In Ashland had the main artery of his left wrist sev Â¬ ered in soma way He lost about a gal- Â¬ lon of blood and It la hardly probably that he will recover SffUWr Â¬ We should remember that if we go into winter with a summer cold on our lungs we are liable to have pneumonia about the first enow or cold lain Dr Bells builds up and strengthens tho weak cords of human body air passages lungs and bronchial tubes that are strained and made sore by the winters blasts Its a tissue builder and while thousands of chronic cases are to day finding relief and strength from its use millions of people wero cured of coughs and colds and kept stout by tho use of this remedy all through last winter It cures every Â¬ thing In its line except consumption and chronic cases of this dreaded malady find rest and comfort from Its use Tho genuine is made only by tho E E Suth Â¬ erland Medicine Co Paducah Ky and 1 sold by all dealers bottles hold five times and the 00c size two and ono formes as miu imch as th dz2cst e Scott s Carbo Digestive Compound -- OLD RELIABLE NBRVE LIFE hfr k Great RESTORER anu neaun manhood and re Â¬ moves all obsta cles to marriage Restores tue nervous entire s ystero and stops an losses vital Ren mcjYe effects Of tilt 1P3 of youth nd ex icssfs of later years Removoo all effects of dissipation and re pairs all waste places Curos Insomnia and restores refreshingsleep Curos Impoirmco nnu restores Â¬ Restores perfect vor I u s It corrects all these conditions causes too stomach to perform its naturul func- Â¬ tions and will be found superior to Cod Liver hi as a fattening agent It puri- Â¬ fies and enriches the blood by causing the food to assimilate properly If your cane has resisted tbe usual methods of treatment we are particularly anxioui to have you give this Compound e trial We guarantee relief In every case and Till cheerfully refund your money should cur remedy fail to produce the most gratifying resuitB Please remember that the appellation Patent Medicine does not apply to Scotts Carbo Dlgestlve Compound It is a prescription put up by a leading physician who lias mado stomach and nervous troubles a specialty for years We court investigation and earnestly urge all physicians to write us for the 1 formula of SCOTTS 1VE COMPOUND which we will mail on application that they may satisfy themselves of its harmless character and excellent virtues Scotts Carbo Dlnetlve Compound Id the most remarkable remedy that science has produced It has succeeded where all other medicines have failed Sold by druggists everywhere SI 00 por bottle or sent direct on receipt of price Write us for testimonials and physio OARBO-DIGES-- HUGHES Por CHILLS NEVER FftIIiB READ I and FEVER Mr Jos Atkins Greensboro Ala In Ihe druif bslneis for twenty five years sno never hsvt sJt anything that irsve such satisfaction Mr Irvln Miller Walnut Grove Miss nsve 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