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LAafhwA44 a - I JtlJi BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1896 received for it fell till 1813 when thoy pro duced 824443 CS7 bushels of oats and received 101 therefor 055008 And tho lias population increased 70 per cent In 1870 wo produced 1004 225000 bushels of corn worth 001830030 iu Â¬ VOL XXI NO 8 volumo or money and Its proportion to general trudo aro tho main factors iu de termining t li o general level of pricos It was taken for granted that tho amount of money of nlti mnto redemption determined tlio tnoy h r v r r t complain nt reduced prices for products of which thoro has been a very great pro- Â¬ duction but tlio figures show a decllno though not so great iu articles of which there is ai admitted scarcity and that tho geucrnl decline is very mnrli great Â¬ er tlinn can bo accounted for by tho amount produced SturYlng- Mldt Tlenty Dut ni n mutter of fact is thero any overproduction Havo mankind moro 1803 1010400 brcadstnffs than A 131 thoy can cat and bushels worth 501035 mora cotton than 027 aud in 1805 thoy can wear and moro pork 215 138580 busholx worth nnd beef than 5 0 76 00100 thoy- - want or of O v erproduction moro rIiocs tiian Judxo VMS1 yon say but dfvido tho bushels by tho xi they need Why Gold population each yoar and you will find tho largest wheat crop over raised that por capita the increase was qnlte small and in such years ns 1800 and only amounted to 1804 when tho crop was very short nnd three bushels per tho number of bushels per capita very capita for tho much less than tho nvorago of sovcral peoplo of tho civilized world Gold An Hon- - years ngo tho prico per bushel was still low and deducting The ltobbery seed and that of Tho war tariff was prolonged iu timo mado into whis- of peaco despito solemn promises to tho ky littio over N Y Herald by Em- Â¬ two contrary bushels cr capita was left for pires of land and bread It bus been repeatedly showy hundreds of milthat tho worlds cottou crop is still lions of money 8000000 bales short of tho worlds By BEADLE wero givon to ronnpMiMvp demand Out own acricijl grant corpora- tural department has shown that tho tions Credit Mo American peoplo nro eating consider- Â¬ bilier tho Indian ably let wheat per capita than they did ring tho whisky a fsw years ago and if you will tnko New ring tho star tlio annual rerouto ring nnd ports for 20 years of pub- Â¬ scores of othors aud deduct that followed iu rapid used for oxjiort succession but and seed from though tho farm tlio crop of each of ers in u r m urud year ami that fed they did not ro- - to stock iu Into of volt They over ycats you Vill Puck looked tho fact that parties nro com- find that 70000 I will invito your attention to two people or tbo Cities arc taQlit o conposed of men and thereforo subject to 000 peovlo aro pictures sider him change They wcro slow to believe that eating only nbout Twenty flvo years ngo tho American And why this change It is becauso farmer was a kiiig Poets sang nbout ho has been systematically robbed for 110 tho grand old party could contain tho sanio amount of wheat Hour schemers him Orators praised him On top of nil tho rest comos n finanthat 55000000 Edward Everett hold up nn car of gold cial system which has added 80 per cent peoplo did Iu en corn boforo his audienco and culogizod to tho vnluo of monoy nnd depreciated Europe alno it has tho growor in the prico of tho farmers products in been shown that N Y Bwurdor s n o h eloquent liko proportion and at tho least signs of nearly 100000000 peoplo cannot afford words that storms They aro using n revolt on his part ho is donouueed ns to eat wheat broad of applauso shook a traitor It is assumed as a matter of clienp substitutes liko ryo nnd potatoes Wo tho hall courso mat wall strcos Aro wo to supposo that they do that for loved to read and should strivo for n riso iu fun quote tho old stir- Â¬ stocks that manufacturers Knnrnimirt XoMg to Agriculture ring lines tolling If you want to realize what enormous should lobby for a higher how tho em- Â¬ losses American tariff that tho Pacific battled farmers farmers havo Railwnycompnnics should stood at Eox sustained becauso ovado payment of thoir ington and Con- Â¬ of tho increased Judge dobt All other men can cord and it was v HrZiX purchaslngpowcr votd and lobby to raiso tho prico of what nnivorsn lly of gold look over thoy own and bo good Christians but agreed that thoy Truth tho files of tho at the bare hint that tho farmer They woro Iho salvation of the land gold papers bo- Â¬ is to voto for restoring silver to werotho hardy yeomanry tho free and foro this becamo got n li tlio bettor prico for his Independent workers and even such for- Â¬ a political issuo Puck crops tlio counTocquovlllo went eign visitors as Do try rings with beforo they had any interest iu deny out of their way to doscribo tho happy Puck frantio cries of ing tho truth In tho New York Sun condition of tho landowning farmer in years and has submitted to the robbery of Sept 10 1803 for instance was an rngo and donnn this country mid voted for moro of it Ho is despised which this ointion Tho editorial ofthitn 13 yuarn is nntoextract tlio 1STJ 18IU all Washington gloried in being n farm- Â¬ becauso ho has consented to his own for farmer has sub- great inoru prlninrr agricultural staphs havo born greatest statcsmon passed thoir degradation er Our too long declining in price although thero hare been mitted vacations on thoir own His very virtues havo been made tho Ho liai lost tho perlodH when tbo prlcn of Rome one was hitch moro farms among their horses fur a limited moans of hi degradation Tho farmer respect of those ax reupciots time Thli lprodnctanotably truo cupoolally secondary and cattle Thoy dolightcd aud especially tho men who till their who havo robbed ntcatH Biil lurd but the trend of tliowholo In rural pleasure thoy own acres oro our great conservative him and it is Hcalu linn been constantly downward and tho worked and personally di- Â¬ the end Thoy olass Thoy dread revolution N Y World much to bo feared Kcnoral prieo lovo atbvKlnnliiR of each year Aw lly rected thoir employees lovo thoir country whji an impassioned that iu great part ho has lost his own was lower than lit IU no material In tho mean reduction in time there hod been and from n season of this ardor born of oloso contact with tho soil solf respect His poverty has becomo tho cost of production tho nolf binder tho kind of lifo and oloso con- Â¬ Â¬ tang plow mower hay tedder and hay loader an ardor of pa is reproach tact with tho people thoy In agriculand all other Rroat Improvements The Decllno In Value triotism which tural machinery having come Into uho prior to camo back to Washington some writers Sinco 1870 tho producton of hay in IS78 Bubnequcnt modifications and Improvewonderfully freshened by havo thought im- Â¬ tho United States has increased in al ments have been In the direction of greater having lived close to tho 2fr possible in men most exact parallelism with tho in facility In operation rather than of lessened cost Whllo It Is true that there has been it heart of nature mora reared in cities crciwo of population and yet tho aver- - material reduction in tho tost of farming imAmericau and moro dom Naturally thcro plements such redaction has not ulwuys re1 7iV ociatio nnd moro in lovei foro tho north sulted In lessening tbo cost of production on with their own land Thoir N Y World N the farm as new machines havo often dis ern farmers stood placed those which wero but partially worn names wcro coupled in tho popular loro by their govern- Â¬ and whieh ware quite as efficient with tho names of thoir estates It Was ment in thq great It is probablo that upon farms largo enough Washington of Mount Vernon Joffer to war runt tho purchase of full lines of ImTho civil war proved mucblnery the cost of production has fou of Monticello Clay of Ashland Republican party thereby boon lessoned 10 per eent but such Webster of Marshflold and Jackson of was in power and farms constituting loss than 5 por cent of tlw Tlio Hcrinitago acquired on iiu whole area under cultivation tho aggregate Whcro is that farmer now suvlng from such economies has lxen slight --y prcstigo menso n The Vilification and has probably boon fully offset by the s i i by tho successful i progressively increasing use of commercial IIo is ho glbo and tho sneer of every issuo of the con fertilizers which has been found necessary In slowu wfco can got on tho city stago in flict all the region east of the Mississippi not to Naturally N Y PrrBS N V norald spotted breeches again thcrofoio tho great majority of ago Yaluo per ton has declined from Incrcaso the fortuity of the land but simply to prevent further deterioration IIo is tho butt of fanners credited all good thiugs to that 1382 to 835 This last is tho farm The Yield of an Aera vilo jokes in tho party They could not beliovo that tho prico ns roported by tho agricultural Whllo the cost of production cannot havo oity saloons IIo party of Lincoln and Snmnor and other department for July been lessoned as much as 5 percent since IsiB nevertheless on shares with tho friends of humanity would do aught of tho day I write this hay is selling in prices for the staple products per of tbo furm averaged ruulo and tbo iaiaatirn 18 per eent greater during the flvo Now York city by retail nt mother - in law Abundance The Aflllctton of years ending with ItiTo than ton which is a beautiful illustration tho plantation But thero has been so great an in profits by now This Is especially true darky tho rusty orcaso in production Now why should of how your oity consumer is supposed as respects the Ove staples tho loss of tho farmer Wheat corn whoat oals bar and rotstovepipo and tho tho farmer com to bo an osception becauso our rivals in ton whlch employ 10a00oC0 tramp as tho plain that prices acres other countries nro producing so much out of ajilUW OXnrops now ue stookmatcrialfor go down as tho In voted to staple tablo showi Br 5 iV nnd yot tho figures aro significant The following cheap paragraph sizo of tho crop 1881 for iustauco 383 In flvo yt ur uvernct s the gold era Ho is brought goes up And value per ucre In the local bushels wero vnl 280000 on tho stage of how cad yoa farm market of ued nt 450880427 aud of tho llvo tuplStho product named for overy low theafor provo that elevat Â¬ in 1805 407102047 bush quinquennial jxrlods since as tbo stock vic ing tho condition Puck And ols at 387038008 ISO and nil estimate of tho NY World tim of all tho Btalo old practical jokes of tho farmer yot tho world has not as value with uveragu yields of an aero under Hayseed and Waybaok and Jay each such stuplu In tT3 at present prices Will alevnto that much wheat ns it wants VALUK Of At ACIIBS 1KOnCOT regular titles oven among culti- Â¬ of other labori are his not much moro tliau aud M WTO Tl 3 70 W SWJ WOO vated pooplo and in tho slums f armor era I half ns much ns it would CornU M III U 111 a 10 JA IS 81 oo1 2 01 1U20 is one of tho vilo epithets whieh provoke 0 07 IU HI 11 IU It is Impassible - Uheut buv if it had tho whcro10 Vi 0S1 8 fcs 0 17 IM 0 75 Oals n fight IIo figures in tho illustrated to rniso tho agri Â¬ csjD IS US U 13 li a with Thero is evidently Hay ltji io to 10 to ccinics as n half itavago Look at tho cultural class of H CI ii U lira i5 0i lJti 10 M something tho matter that Cotton Judpa pictures of tho typical farmor in tho any oonntry 40 cannot bo cspluinod by that handy Total H H 173 M ti od SI 0 40 W 75 Now York papers and seo Bbroothldg without raiding 11 l 8 19 Average 13 U 13 II phraso overproduction tlio other all You cuu fiud all that dcuicd or skillHns there been any overproduction of classes who de fat hogs Every fanner knows that thora fully cvnded iu Tho Snu uowadays but pend on labor for Lire is just now t great scarcity almost a that cutH ho tlguio Nobody dcuicd it a living It is not absolutely im hog famine Aud beforo this bo possible to press down tho agriculcamo i political yet fat hogs iu tural laborer aud yet loavo tho cltr la tho coutral region question Thode clino still contln bour wjaffopta but it is vuryuulikely of the west itro Kffi Tho former howeyor docs not com- selling nt 3 cents uooaa4 theroii plain that ho gets loss per pound or per a pound or leas evory UiHoRtion bushel when tho crop is big than when when but a few that it will coa What ho docs complain of years ago they it is soul tinse And now and what he has n ripht to complain of Eold at 0 Has tho great ques U Y Heruld 1 ta that prices havo fallen so fast that thero been any tion Is What is the farmer go jug to do bo gets very much less ruonoy for a very ovor product Ion about it On him depenns Ww eolation big crop than ho formerly got for a in milk rows of this all important Jteue Thq fate of one Thus tho bounties of Provi Â¬ Tho census will small bimetallism ii ia his hands oargos w he is dence are turned A Blmpls show you thoy eiwiujg to look ujwii atamMtnco pa an are less Humor Â¬ Dut ia not the monoy question too N y lnu MHIotisn Lei nm all yeuVnMewiiea to ous iu proportion complicated for farmers to waster it in like this A long lean lank monstrosity some flgura Iu 1881 tho farmers ik- to population nam ius miv ir of oats and than tho were If j with bones eliowiiiliorriby between this aud through hU clotb6sVfade like a point- - rjseeiyed therefor H193198b70 in awliyet the price ike rleeHoa j edGotBic frost a nose that deseritea an 1883 tfcey produced 571802 100 bushels Not at all Iti H gWHg mVMIIljT be irregular arc from the lowest point and reserved for it f 1870103C4 j iu itfl pveecut tiape twees t ho yes down over tto mouth and 1880 thoy produced 75il6tiO bushels there nn ovorpro- N Y Horld Indeed It in pin en his eh In what is mppaeed tte bf a and received 1171781004 and so oa In two thirds pf the gahwly simple whisker Wt fcxJis like a wtep of weather down the araowat rlsiux ax the money dwtioH of htud ottutry oast of Illiuois yoa can today It oua be rtdaccd beaten buy baytlKKJSB44rf ajjfiidld farm at what to twe or three tlte This ti Mm Jtmer ef today k plain qumMoih THE FARMER omo of the fiurst ports bf New York stato they will sell you good farms at tho assessment of 18C0 Farmers do not wro assess a lor in IB 0 and in AS HE WAS AND AS HE IS HOW HE IS ROBBED - Stupendous Decline in Farm Products nicious Financial Policy Per 1 Evils of ContractionThe Concentration Thc Effect Wealth Rise and Fall of of the Free Coinage of Silver Monometallism Stands For est Payment Debts The Help Offered What the Ballot Â¬ JOHN H Â¬ The accompany illustrations are from York newspapers recent date They are lished to show the popular idea of the personality the American farmer in the gold stronghold Â¬ the country pcrlinjn to one and that If inn silver depreciated or Kold nppreoialed nIiico 1873 On thoir nuswer to tliat depend tho votes of a million honest farmers Mouomctnllists say gold has stood still whilo nil other things have cheapened Wo say that silver has stood almost un changed whilo gold has ndvaneed enor Â¬ mously iu vnlne nnd what is more wo provo it by every lino of reasoning which ran be applied to tlio subject Thnt sil ver in by natural law far moro sta bio in valno than gold has been proved from go oloiry from mineralogy from metallurgy and still moro by comparing tho fluctuations of prices iu differ- Â¬ ent oouu trios having tho dif- Â¬ ferent standards or in tho sumo country nt differ ent times Kvery Judge ono of thcEo tests has yielded exactly tho sanio result Tho fluctuation sinco tho principal ua tlous adopted tho gold Rtandnrd havo exceeded al previously known But hero is a siuiplo test which tho farmer can easily apply for himsolf Take tlio average of prices iu your ncighlKuhgod for tho flvo years ending in 1875 it is not fair to tnko ono year and tho average gold or greenback value of n ten ounce bar of silver nt that time Divido and seo what that silver Do tho samo for would have bought tho five yearn ending with 1805 and you will flud that tho silver will buy morn Is it not nrrognut nnd insulting non sanso to say that silver lias depreciated when it will liny moro of tlm products of your lalo line is a table to help you in tho calculation Iriijj of Trice of Prion of Â¬ Mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lb73 18711 1IIMI wliint or bushel JIJ7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ 1874 1H75 1877 1878 18711 81 41 12 24 17 07 sllvir por pound per ounce 103 II US 1S8 1 cattnu 15 4 VI ITT 1 1 1 LI Lj 110 120 118 111 01 2 IS 20 13 11 1 1 Â¬ 180 1881 182 1X83 1884 1885 18811 1 1 It 10 13 Wl 107 hi H W IO 115 114 111 108 1U5 011 lit I 1 1 1 1 M 13 11 9ff 100 1 01 Oil 1887 1K8H 1WJ 1800 IhOI 1802 1803 yi t3 K 101 10 05 P8 00 CI J 10 t7 101 rj 18 DO HU Ki 73 The Concentration of Wealtlk JW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M 4 Â¬ Many cito tho concentration of wealth in n few hands as ono cause of tho farmers poverty but is not that worso in other countries with different systems Thero is no country of high civilization iu which it is ho bad except per haps In one or two where tho process has been going on for 1000 years but in no country ancient or modern has the proc II BVVM - I ess been so rapid ns in tins in 1800 thero wcro YJ A alleged to bo iu this nation a doz en millionaires Today thero nro at least 5 000 aud probably ninny On this more point wo havo Â¬ Â¬ 1 fflVW to HuUJ I X Â¬ Â¬ iWUm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ testimouy a n d Karly iu from nn unwilling witness 1802 Hon KchwoU G Horr tariff edi tor of tho Now York Tribune started out to provo that protection did not cro ato millionaires K T ncrald Â¬ Â¬ census was taken in overy United States by Uiider his direction a very careful part of tlio f WW W Â¬ un impeachable IS CjQI SUWU T r--wv - I w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mebb s 1 411 111 Â¬ agents Tho lists woro published weokly iu Tlio Tributio for cor- Â¬ rection and then compiled iu a Tho pamphlet number exceeded 4000 and was soon proved to bo entirely too small Mr Horr suoooodod iu proviug to h la N Y World own satisfaction that only 1200 wero manufacturers Aud how wero tho rest mado The enormous land grants unci subsi Â¬ dies to railroads mado a fow dozens liko Stanford Crocker nud Huntington Tlio sudden growth of western cities duo to tho hothouso syBtcm of forcing develop Â¬ ment mado a fow hundreds Dozcua liko Jay Gould and his fellows wcro mado by tho system of railroad wreokiug Many wcro mndo by speculation in gold aud government bonds by tho uatiouul banking system and many other schemes fostered by government A fow very fow it must bo ad Â¬ mitted wero lion estly mado by legit lmatoenterpriKesiii which tho govern incut was not a partner and many by tho nd v unco in real estate iu our I li fc l 1 urrat cities ilanv Tvvi- -r Jiiiwrn imvu oilmen S l wtno investigation union Tho Tribunes 1 ffiftUliS Â¬ fflfflBr lt ru fc prlawt ii u Thomas G Shear- J1 man Esq tho great lawyer has conclusively shown that 60iuq 30000 moil own or absolutely con- Â¬ trol ono hulf tho property of thu United States that 100QOO ineu own half tho reumiudor nud that tho great mass of laboring producera nctually own very little if uuy mora than thoy did iu 1800 Tho results aro simply awful Teu men iu New York oily today hold the credit pf tho United States absoÂ¬ lutely at tlw- - inerey If it wcro to thoir Interest tiwy conM toSSorroW sweep ivwuy ho gold basis and prcolpl tato a puuki iu Wall street But the farmer U oW that ail this ia whw of his bIue aa4 k expected to becotitrolkd farther was tho founda- Â¬ tion upon which orship snako nil disputants Nine tenths of built their argu- Â¬ thu gold mono ments But now mctallists in this sX pj yon can hear it boldly country Wr denied overy dny proclaim thnt ruck And why Bo- whilo nil other cnuso it docs not fit tho argumouts o o in m o d i I i o a of thoso who havo selfish interests to change iu valut serve They now maintain thnt all gold does not forms of currency including checks Wo know tho and every other kind of representative Bnviiifnl entv nV must bo counted thatin Mumbo Commercial Advertiser moneybasis though every tho samo as the sound flnnnrirr Jumbo mrlv nnd wo bd lovo that ho is coin knows that by tho method of tho adWo lmigi ut tho poor hea great ministration in construing tho laws silthen but the urguimnt is on their side ver now perforins no function that for it never has been mathematically greenbacks would not and that Rilver proved and it ruiiuot bo pioved that silver certificates and greenbacks nro Mumbo Tumbo has not great power iu mcro token money all resting on tlio tho unseen but it has repeatedly been dangerously narrow basis of that metal proved in every way open to tlio human which is tho money of ultimate redempintellect that gold is a shifting and un tion stnblo standard of value far moro un You admit however that tho freo stable tlinn silver nnd that twico with ooiuago of silver would produco somo iu tlio memory of men not very old it Inflation Supposo it wero but 10 or 20 hns changed in value so suddenly as to per cent as Scnntor Jones thinks vitlnto all long timo contracts and disWould not oven that much inflation do locate all industrial conditions great harm in dislocating existing busi The Fact About Gold ness conditions History lias answered that question Every economist worthy of tlio niimo so conclusively thnt argument is unhad said again and again that gold flucIn 1840 50 tho specio infla tuates in value No economic writer necessary has ever denied it In his tion throughout tho world is al Â¬ Wealth of Nntious Adam Smith says Gold leged to havo nud silver liko every other been somo 25 per wV v commodity vary in thoir cent nud iu this vluii The discovery of country there fv A tin abundant mines of was a general inflaAmi lien reduced iu tho currency lift tilth century tho vnluo tion of 40 per of gold ami silver iu La cent Wns uny ropo to nbout n third of body badly hurt Look over tho pa Â¬ what it had been before This revolution in their pers of thnt timo value though perhaps tho and seo if yon greatest is by no menus can flud any com tho only ono of which his plafuts from tho farming regions tory gives some account 1rofessor Jevon iu his Do not econo work upon Monoy and mists of nil schools ugroo tho McchauiMu of Ex Puck Judge change chapter 0 Rays In respect to that tho 12 years steadiness of valno tho mctnls aro prob immediately preceding our civil war ably less satisfactory regarded ns n wcro tho golden ngo of tho Ameri- Â¬ standard of value than many other com can fa mer if ho over had ono Again from early iu 1803 to early in modities such as corn lly com Professor Jovous menus 1805 tlio currency of this country wan inflated nt least 150 per cent Somo wheat aud all other cereals Uicardo in his paper on tho High harm was dono of course liecnuso tho Prico of Bullion says If wo dimin Â¬ inflation was rapid aud tremendous It ish tho quantity of currency wo givo was six times ns great ns any inflation now possiblo from tho freo coiungo of an additional vilui to it By currency Hieardo meant money silver but tiro only Ferious evil in it was that it guvo occasion for n subse Â¬ of every character including gold Mr Mncleod iu Ids able work on quent contraction thoElcineniM of Banking sayH Tho The KrneOts nf Kxpanslon actual alteration I might quote all tho ccouomio writin tho nuuutltUH ers from Adam Smith down to tho of the precious effect that tho volumo of mouey is tho Â¬ metals bus ma main factor iu fixing tho general prico terially altered lovel You will And tho doctriuo nbly their valuo at sot forth iu tho works of Adam Smith different periods John Locke David Huine John Stunrt of history Mill David Hieardo William Stanley Professor Fran Jovous and by nil tho French and Ameri- Â¬ cis A Walker of can economists Tho appalling effects of tho Massachu Â¬ long c tinned contraction and tlio al Â¬ setts Institute of most marvelous benefits resulting from Technology in n liberal iucrenso in tho coin supply nro his nblo work on thus beautifully set forth by Sir Archi- Â¬ monoy says bald Alison iu his history of Europo Gold and silver Till TWO GREATEST EVENTS do over long po THAT HAVE OCCURRED IN THE undergo riods HISTORY OF MANKIND HAVE great changes of BKEN DIRECTLY BROUGHT valuo nnd becomo ABOUT BY A CONTRACTION AND N Y World iu a high degreo ON THE OTHER HAND AN EX deceplivo as n measure of tho obliga- Â¬ PANSION OF THE CIRCULATING tion of tho debtor of tho claim of tho MEDIUM OF SOCIETY THE FALL creditor Thus Professor Jcvons esti Â¬ OF THE FOMAN EMPIRE SO mates thnt tho vnluo of gold fell between LONG ASCRIBED IN IGNORANCE 1780 aud 1800 40 per cent nnd from TO SLAVERY 1800 to 1810 it roso 115 per cout EGOTISM AND When lold Was Cheap MORAL COR RUPTIONWAS It is a point well worth noting howIN REALITY ever that in the seven or eight years 1840 50 that gold according to tho DllOUOHT ABOUT BY A best nuthoritios lost 25 per cent of its DECLINE value tho world accommodated itself IN very easily to tho change Tho only THE SILVER Juilfo outcry was froui the holders of fixed inAUD GOJiD Continued on page three debtedness nud they wanted to demone- Â¬ tize gold becauso it was too cheap Wo heard very littio about that iu this country and tlio massos of our pooplo did not oven know it becauso wo had then no permanent creditor olnss no groat bondholders hut tho literature of Is a blood disease and only a blood reme- Â¬ Europo nt tho time was full of com plaints AND AUSTKIA GERMANY dy can cure it So many people make AND BELGIUM ACTUALLY DE- Â¬ the mistake of taking remedies which On tho other at best are only tonics aud cannot possiMONETIZED GOLD hand tho rapid increase bly reach their trouble Mr Asa Smith iu tho valuo of gold withFor years in tho last 20 years hits Greencastlc Indiana says wrought worldwido bank Â¬ I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma- Â¬ ruptcy has brought n wail tism which thebest physicians were un- Â¬ of distress from producers able to relieve I took many patent iu nit lands hns again and medicines but they did not seem to agaiu sliaken tho very reach my trouble I gradually grew N Y World foundations of or edit worse until I was un- Â¬ throughout tbo British empire nud right able to take my food now uecording to Dr Eduard Suess or haudle myself in threatens a rcdivislon of tho curth In any way I was abso- Â¬ short contract Ion ia very many times diHw lutely helpless Three morodcstructivo than inflation bottles of SSS re But tho inouometnlllstfl deny that thero has been uny rontraotioti or that WA licved me so that I gold cheapened iu 1840 50 or that it was soon able to move hns really appreciated iu valuo since Vr kkmkw my right arm before 1870 loLg I could walk Oh yea theyll deny anything note across the room and Macaulay has well said that if a prop erty interest were affected by it thou Â¬ when I had finished one dozen bottles sands of intelligent men would deny tho was cured completely and am as well as ever I now weigh 170 Only a fow years law of gravitation ago bouio of tho greatest scholars iu this country dcuicd thut a man whono skin was black and his hair woolly had n nat Â¬ SSS cures Scrofula Cancer ural right to thu fruits of his labor or and any form of blood troubles Eczema If you that a married woman had a right to have a blood disease take a blood medi Â¬ her owu earnings cine SSS gtiaiaitUrd purely wgtta A Ianirous ltesls table is exclusively for the blood and In no speech or book published boforo ia rejKWMHkd tor MthK els- e- It re iscm isiaUcr permaueat-1800 willTuu find Jt denied tbnt tho forces The lolil rlnpenllilun How can th in hongold superstition What do yru inenii by mtoli u phraso I mean Just what tho words imply that a largo portion of tho human raco has becomo pos sessed witli tho notion that gold is infallible u notion ns degrad ing iu its way as thu Â¬ Â¬ dSi prico level It African Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MX 8 Ch mi I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 Rheumatism Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ fs 1 ivrsK Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Vte ROYAL Baking Powder Highest ef alt in JKVMlag SirMgtk US tbytrasut Rspert seau to anyone our valuable books Address Swift Specific Co iu bia vt WrJjkf K rvaUskw Atlanta J ii NrsW Jf M t j j iiitWJkj 4tai5ii iitor trtebMwV k HiWanWiBwamiMi THR BRRGKRNRIDGE Breckenridge Jno D V 0 NEVWS GLOYRRPORT KY NEWS Prtprlttri Bbtg WM J BRYAN His Route Through This Section Editors tnd WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1890 Sfcliorlptloa Frle 8100 ltli4UhEadofttiYm Iw is Adtinot 8125 SIX PAGES Tub News baa been assured that Judge llargls of Louisville will address the Democrats hero next inondny Five Minutes Spoech vllle at Hawos and Cloverport Irvington That Convention at Ellzabethtown should nomlnato a congressman to day or else give up the job and go home A At Cloverport Monday Septomber 14th at 5 Oclock P M county have signed n petition asking Dave Murrays nomination to Congress Hurrah for Murray thousand Democrats In Hardin Groat Enthusiasm Manifested is particularly displeasing to the Confed Â¬ erate clement of the Democracy in Ken- Â¬ tucky for Gen Palmers treatment of the Confederate soldiers whilo stationed in Louisville jart after the close of the war was not of the gentle kind and he Is consequently not held in tho highest esteem by those whoso brothers In bat tlo he essayed to humiliate In Louis vlllo were quite a number of who havo been influenced by corporations to favor the third tickot movement and it is stated now that many of them have openly evoked sinco Gen Palmers nomination Tho charges made in Louisville that sevoral ex Confederate soldiers were wantonly shot down in this city are as they ex pressed it murdered after the closo of tho war and it is said to have been done at tho Instance of an ofllcer hgh in authority Gen Palmer commanded the military department of Kentucky from from February 1S05 to May 1st 1SC0 Â¬ Bryans advent into Kentucky will The Confederates Displeased With creato more enthusiasm among the peoÂ¬ Tho Seloction of Gen Palmer ple than a dozen such fellows as Carlisle As Head of tho IndianapPalmer Buckner A Co Â¬ It has not been three months since Jen Buckner went into a convention in liis homo county and urged his people to Btanrt by the Chicago nominee olis Convention TURN OUT The News is reliably informed that I fltnsviLLE Kv Sept Mb Tho visit Hon D V Falrleigh one nf the leading Republicans in the city of Louisville baa of Win Jennings Bryan to Kentucky will be made the event of the campaign declared for Bryan and Sewnll Tho visit of the next President will pro The speech of Bryan here next Mon Â¬ voke an enthusiasm such as the old day will infuse new life and vigor into commonwealth baa never before exper- Â¬ the silver movement The boys will be ienced and it is the intention of the gen tlemen having the arrangement in charge here from all the rural districts to have tho crowds exceed those that Nothing but encouraging nows comes heard the distinguished candidate in the for Bryan and the silver movemont The State of Ohio It lias been definitely de campaign is opening up lively and the cided that Mr Bryan will speak in Lou boys are making it interesting for Me isvlllo on tho evening of Sept 14th He will reach Henderson early in the after- Â¬ Klnloy and his Aid Society noon and will there make a speech cf half an hour He will be met in Hen Nine tenths of the voters of Brecken ridge county are for the free coinage of derson by a delegation of citlz ns from nilver And ff the question was submitted Louisville and will como to this city on to them without party bias or inilueuce a special train over the Louisville Henderson aud St Louis road It lias been they would vote that way arranged for Mr Bryan to make a ten Akkansas held a state election last minutes speech at Oweusboro and live Monday and the Democrats carried the minutes speech at Hawesville Clover- Â¬ State by 50000 plurality This is the port and Irvington Ho will reach this second test of the strength of the silver city at 8 oclock and be taken ot once party this year and it shows how the very probably to the Auditorium where the thousands will be in waiting Mr cats jumping Bryan will make two speeches in Louis- Â¬ ville the same evening The indications From 1810 to 1854 England was the only country in the world on an exclu- Â¬ are that the crowd will be so great that sive gold standard Portugal adopted it has been thought ad visible to separato that standard in the latter part of ISJl It and in that event arrangements will nud these two countries up to 1873 were be made for a speech in front of the the only ones standing on this higher Court house Messrs II A Sommers and Urey Woodson Chairman cf the civilization State Campaign Committee and Nation John M Palmer got his seat in the al Committeemen respectfully went to United States Senate by a fusion with Chicago the latter part of the week the Populist members in tho Illinois whero they had a conference with Mr It gishturo and yet he has tho cheek to Bryan regarding a his visit to Kentucky Tliero will bo tremendous crowd in denounce tho advocates of the Chicago ticket as bolters and revolutionists Now Louisville on Sept 14th to hear the DemMr ocratic Standard Bearer speak who iti John 51 Palmer pray Uryan will remain in Louisville over night and go to Lexington over the L Gov Bradley took a run over to Can- Â¬ N the next morning Short speeches ton O last week to confer witli McKin will be made at Anchorage Peweu Val Â¬ Â¬ ley Uf course h told hira that Kenley Lagrange and Eminence and at tucky would again be in the Republican Frankfort he will make a thirty minutes In November column Talk is cheap speech at the State House Square Mr and ti at is all it will amount to KenBryan will go from Midway by special tucky will go L0000 for Bryan train to Versailles where he will speak for a few minutes aud be entertained by Afkectino to scorn Populism tho In Â¬ Senator Blackburn at lunch From there dianapolis Convention lias nominated a ho goes to Lexington and from Lexing- Â¬ Popuiidt bolter Before bis election to ton to Maysville at live oclock Mr the Lnited States Senate John M Palm Uryan will then go to Harriman T nn er t i dorsed all of the Ocala plat- Â¬ The statement haa been published by form a part of which has sinco been the boltocratio press that coinpam lively aband Tied by tho Populists theuiselvts few of the leading men of Kentucky favored silver ct it is a signillcaiit fact All parties admit that bi mettallism in that of the seven members of the Couit right trovided all countries agree to it of Appeals six of them are bi nietnllists If it in right why not free America adopi nd have no hesitancy in expressing it Mr Bryan says it is right and that their allegiance to the free coinage of Ameni a is big enough to stand alone in silver The only Dingle gold standard tha matter The people believe with advocate is Judge Landes of Olnihtiuu Mr Bryan aud they are going to eleci county a Republican who wuh appoint Â¬ him ed to fill out the unexpired term occa sioned by the death of Judgn Graeo The circulation of the News has in Judgo Landei was appointed by Gov cniaml largely within tho last lew Bradley Among the ftaunchtst advo- Â¬ months and wo have received many com Â¬ cates of the bl mettalllsm is JuJgo B L pliments from the peopl throughout D Gufly Several days ago Judge GuQy the county on the bold stand we have and Judge Hazelrigg the latter a demo taken for sliver tho money of the people crat were sitting in front of the Capitol The gold standard followers are few here Hotel Frankfort the center of an inter and if a vote were taken tomorrow the esting group of liateners whom tbry county would give sevoral hundred for were entertaining by Bonding hot shot the sliver ticket into tho single gold standard camp Tne argument of Judge GuQy was somewhat Thkre isnt a gold standard country in unique but none tho less forcible and the world made so by the will of the thoroughly characteristic of the Judge pcoplo There isnt a gold standard from tho Third District Judge Gufly country in the world where the people said that during his many years of lifo are not bitterly opposed to it There ho bad never seen the wealthy display isnt a gold standard country in tho such a fondness for the people at largo world where the business conditions are and to use bis own language They are not bad and where these conditions were falling over each other in their mad rusli not brought about by the demonitizatlon to render assistance to the pojr man of sliver Everybody knows tho people Their position toward the advocates of of this country had no say when silver reminds me of a man who would tho law was passed and tho same is true tell a man to stop eating if he was starv ing to death and if that same man was of other countries freezing to death there would be about The freo silver men had a big day at as much logic In advising him to put out Hardinsburg last Saturday The pres Â¬ the lire altogether as there Is in the rea Â¬ ence of so many stalwart and true farmers soning of some of the gold standard fel Â¬ indicates how the tide is drifting in this lows who want but the one coin For county on the money question The the life of mo I cant see that they have simple announcement that there was to any arguments at all in their favor be a freo silver speech there brought There is another Republican member of out a big delegation from every precinct the Court of Appeals who is favorable to Had Mr Bronston been there as was an- silver and that is Judge Geo Dullelle of While Judgo Du nounced several weeks ago the crowd the city of Louisville would havo been much larger As it Hello may not have been very open and pronounced in favor of bi mettallism was Mr Parker had spoken there before and quite a number would not turn out since he went to Frankfort he is known just to hear him Breckenridge county bore in Louisville among his friends as will roll up a big majority for Bryan and a strong supporter of silver Had the Indianapolis Boltocratio Con Sewal in November vention taken out a search warrant it could not havo found a man so thorough- Â¬ ly lacking in favor to hundreds of Ken tuckiansas Gen Palmer who la at the head of the third ticket The selection Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Licai applications as they cannot reach the w at of the disease Catarrh is a blood or onstlt utlonal disease in order to cure it you must take internal reme- Â¬ dies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter- Â¬ nally aud acts directly on tho blood aud Halls Catarrh Curo is mucous surface not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular pre scrlptlon It is composed of the best tonics known combined witli the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface Tho perfect corabiua tion of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh St ml for testimonials free F J OHENNEY CO Toledo 0 8TSold by all Druggists 76c BRANDENBURG All of The News of This Place and Vicin ity In This Column John C Powell Goes To Lakeland BroCundiir Preached an Excellent Ser mon Sunday Mrs James Falrleigh Is Improving Mrs Dr Ditto has returned to Louisville BroCundiir will have services through- Â¬ out this week Cool nights will revive theauxiliries that ib a large attendance Profs Burton and Hardesty will open school this morning John C Powell has a position at Lake land and we nro all glad The Hon J I Hardin is chilling Chills are quite prevalent by tho way Misses Lida Powell and Lula Harris had an enjoyable visit to Corydon Fair Mrs Richardson writes that she is im- Â¬ proving in health and gaining strength daily Georgie Heltnstetter is quite sick Hugh Green has been quite ill but is better Mies Edith Lewis spent last week with Mr Paulsons family She has returned to Louisville Mrs George Clarkson has gone to Elizabethtown to Bee her daughter Mrs Dr OCouner Mrs Robt Smith lias returned from Wolf Creek aud is witli her daughter Mrs R H Nevitt Mrs Bert Moremen has returned from Shawneetown III where she spent some time with her husband Mis Annie Nevitt will be with her Mr R II Nevitt to uncled family study music for the year Li Hung Clung pronounces all women beautiful but doesnt admire waspwattts Neither does anyone else if not natural Caruth is the nominee of tho silver II T Kendall withdrew Democrats We wish our Meade county friend had gotten it I notice Kentucky is spoken of contin- Â¬ ually as a doubtful State Predictions are useless no matter bow sage like the prophet Charlie Casperke is still at Hot Springs and writes that he is improving right along That bright mind should be in- Â¬ creased in a strong body Miss Bettie Clarkson spent several days last week with Mies Emma Dee Me- Gee Bettie loves to abide with us and tho sontiment is returned The catalogue for Ellendale College was received 0 Al Nevitt is one of the faculty and reports the prospects fino for the scholastic term beginning Sept 14 Misses Mary and Bess Lewis have gone to Potter Collego Bowling Green for the school year We shall miss their bright Bunny presence in social and religious circles Mrs John Frakes and little Carrie D are with Miss Lena Drury near Bewley ville Miss Lena has been sick but we are glad to kuow sho is on the road to recovery Mrs James Falrleigh is convalescing nicely Her fover has left and we hope she may soon be fully restored to health Her daughter Mrs Chopezs Wathen is Btill witli her Bro James Gore has taken unto him Â¬ self a partner for weal or woo a Miss Hughes of Miami Mo May the young people learn that Lovu only teaches what love l All other lei sunt fait j We learn lit name but not la power Kapcrlence alone makes Its ours We once hadillie reputation here of having most excellent behavior in church and all other servicer In the 8atictnary Shall we lose It Young people are thongliUfs but they should remem Â¬ ber that they have no right to dslurb a worshiping congregation I lovo Kentucky above every other Slate in the Union I admire her gal lant heroes but New York set them n notablo example at IndiannKHs The women of our sister States were wise too in entering a protest agtlnst certain eloquence Restoration politically re member Is far ftom social recognition Mrs II V Duncan returned to Cloverport last Saturday after a weeks stay with her son David and his many friends here Mrs Duncan expressed herself as much pleased with the old town and the people and Im sure tho feeling was ful- Â¬ ly reciprocated Shu was shown much social attention and we all hope she may repeat her visit at no distant day Brother Cundlfl preached one of the beat sermons Init Sunday I ever heard him deliver If we could all live up to Ids high standard our happiness here and hereafter would be assured The Conference year is drawing to a close We are warmly attached to dear Mr Ctiu llirand our wish would be to have him with us again We eleveu of u who took the excur slon on Tell City to meet Tarascom reached New Albany and transfeired The trip was a most charming one The party was an entire congenial one which always insures unalloyed pleasure The band on each boat played almost con- Â¬ stantly for those who wished to dance Tho officers were as kind and obliging as possible and tho menu a regular blue and gold in style A card of thanks to the packet line Our Quarterly meeting Saturday and u u ml ay Sept Mli and Oth was a success Bro Allen tho older in every way preached three of his best sermons to the delight of every one Ho is n thoroughly consecrated man and his talks always Quite aro truly uplifting and spiritual i crowd was at church Sunday many from a distance Among them were Mr and Mrs A Morris Mrs B T Walton and several young ladles and gentlemen of Big Spring Mrs Eliza Taylor and Miss Sallie of Rosetta Mr and Mrs R M Jolly and Mrs Coleman Irvington Mrs John Frakes Brandenburg Dr D O Pusey wife nnd daughter at Â¬ tended the funeral of Dr II K Pusey at Garnettsvllle last week Dr Henry Pusey died in the field where he early commenced a useful active life professionally socially aud religiously No man did mora or as much for that corner of Meade county as he Deeds of kind Dr Puseys memory will nes88 live ever be revered The days of his pilgrimage woro many all wore full and beautifully sounded into lives of patience and unselfish kindness There is scarce- Â¬ ly a family in this or adjoining counties that cannot attest to his ministration as friend and his skill as physician The Louisville papers havo said not one word too much in his praise no sentence was too eulogistic and our county papers are proud to copy the same from gifted pens of a highly gifted honored member of Meade county Condolence and sym Â¬ pathy go out from kind hearts to the be Â¬ reaved wife and children Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Depression of Spirits so common In summer time accompanied by loss of energy lack of thought power means a deficient supply of nourish- Â¬ ment The vital force is lost It isnt a question of muscle and sinew but of resistance and endurance At any age but especially in youth it Involves the risk of lung disease Loss of flesh and a cough are threat- Â¬ ening signs NEW DRESS GOODS FALL 1896 ti Gednour f - H band wagon nnd you will bo among tho of Cod liver Oil with the hypo phosphites meets these cases It tones up fattens perfectly and strengthens In Scotts Emulsion the taste of the oil Is fully disguised making It almost as palatable as milk SCOTT A 0 0 a -- Leaders Dont balance on the edge of a great opportunity when you can bo in it m 0 if Bowm Mfg Chetnlata New Yotl IRVINGTON Miss O Uj Fall Tips the Scale in your favor Our immense Fall Stock to arrivo Una ivepk comprising all tho Henderson Commences Her Private School The Protrncted Meeting Is Successfnl Nora 0 0 ni Personal Free 64 pago medical reference book to any person aflllcted with any special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Honey Fruit Cake Address the leading phy Â¬ their sex Four eggs five cups of flour two cups sicians and surgeons of the United States of honey one cup of butter one cup of Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street sweet milk two teaspoonfuls of cream Chicago of tartar one teaspoonful of soda one Whkn Gov Buckner reached his home pound of raisins one pound of currants at Munfordsville last Saturday there half a pound of citron one teaspoonful were at the railroad station fifteen Re- Â¬ each of cloves ciunamon and nutmeg publicans and three Demat rat to greet Bake In a slow oven Septt mber Ladies him Homo Journal Mr Dave Heron and Miss Switzer are with Miss Ftank Miss Nora Henderson begins her pri Â¬ vate school to day Miss Lily Scott Is here nttonding the protracted meeting Mrs Author Williams of Owenaboro is still In our midst The public ehool is under tho direction of Miss Ada Hanks of Stephensport Mr and Mrs Wimp from Branden Â¬ burg are at their sons John R Wimp Mrs Luby and Mies Mollle Adkisaon of Webster attended the meeting here Sunday The men who have charge of the bor Â¬ ing of the public well say they hope to roach line water soon Miss Mary Ryan Cloverport and Mr William Hall Webster were guests at Mr Dave Henrys a few hours Sunday evening Miss Jen Hardins faci was radient when she received her now buggy and numerous fiiends nro enjoying pleasant drives witli hor On the evening of the 14th of Septem ber we have the promise of a speech from W J Bryan the man who is to be inaugurated President of tiie United States on the 4th day of next March Mr Bryan seems to be making a tour through the states In his private car and stopping at many of the railway points and addressing tho people on the issues which are so vitally connected with their futuro interests Iivington and the sur- Â¬ rounding country will give him a good hearing It will be an opportunity for the peoplo to look into the face of a great man and hear the voice of the youngest Presidential candidate that has ever ask Â¬ ed the votes of the American people Â¬ Leading Styles Leading Qualities Leading Low Prices VEST GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Bethel College Russellyille Ky Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate For Illustrated Catalogue address jC W S RYLAND President J1SW1WW VVVVVV THE DAVIESS COUNTY IS A PAIR SURE GO FOE 1896 W D CAIN LUMBER COMPANY W D CAIN Manager OCTOBER Qtfi 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 OOMMENOE LARGE STOCK OF LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS iron and Steel BRICK And a general lino of Building Material Roofing1 Running and Trotting Races Their half mile track is improving every year and bids fair this year to be a record breaker The usual purses will be given there will bo no entrance fee and everybody has 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 Prices Reasonable i Estimates Furnished Solicited LUMBER CO CAIN The Price of Admission see the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to ioc To so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Hall Display Will be up to the usual standing and will be as attractive as last year The Pqultry will be first class The premiums are good and the cpjantity and quality of the exhibits are better every year Correspondence W D IRVINGTON KY Fits Ammm Ami rAAoumdi tf XtJMu rror w H Tttxe who CASTORIA Jii r0 For Iafasts aad Children Urn TMT The Worlds TUftM showed no baking powder so pure or so great la Ieav enlng power a the Royal Fair Tests Piirpn m makes a specialty o Bpllepsy has without doubt tretel and cur cd more cases than any living Physician I hu uccau la aatnnlahlnor We have heard of case CI to years atandlaar 40000 three and four year old Bod Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 All other apple trees from two to three years old at 5 cents each FOR SALE Address 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 fair lor years You neednt be afraid to bring your boys and girls noth ing goes this year but first class entertainments np in toxicating liquors of any kind will be sold and an old s w wHI le the tickc1 REMEMBER Â¬ TiirnAT OCTOBER 6 7 8 9 101896 a aureu bint Jarge bou tie of hU absoluta care free to any sufferer j valuable work on this die case which be publUhtStt lis uy lendi Peach trees at 7 per 100 Pear Plum and Cherrj trees 25 cents each Will deliver at tho ahove prices for eash Excursion Rites by River and Railroad For privilieges apply to T A PEDLEY Mgr Oweusboro For Premium List or other information apply to the Secretary WM S ASHBY CLOVERPORT KY J W GARTER Secretary OWENanrmn DR C II TODD Procf Lwv U - n ia mMivJ v 4 i JKaSIT TT I wrJ1Jxll1tiJl13SWLr f IIH mil IIUI JIM TTnjBgpwfjpifwiPwjjppipjiiii BgfJlflM 4 gttya THIS BREXGKE1NKLIDQE NEXWS GLOYKRPORT KY Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News I KITEMUEIl 1800 CViilliitHil from llBt pnj c THE FARMER MINiJd OP BIAITT AiD UKKrXE AND AH IF PROVIDENCE HAD INTENDED TO liEVKAL IN THE it should As wtf liavn lcii miming down hill for SOyuusl should not complain if wo woio mvuii yeais in gft rf ting to tho top tigiiln Tji Oi Tho great thing to do l J and tho 0110 thing that must bo dono if wo 1110 loftv avert general paralysis is If to stop tho deullno whno It now is and then chaiigo N Y HTnlil THE CLOVERPORT WOMAN Â¬ THE Y0UNO MAN A8 A CITIZEN A s LOIMIUG Â¬ MAD DEIWIi m z m ty BRYAN ON THE ISSUES ISt I ouli Iml Dlspitch CliEAItEHT MANNIIl THE IN FLUENCK OF THIS MIGHTY AGENT ON HUMAN AFFAIKS WK ItESUItltECTION OF MAN KIND FROM THE RUIN WHICH THOSE OAU3ES HAD FKODUOED WAS OWING TO A DIRECT Â¬ LY OPPOSITE SET OF AGENCIES IIEING PUT IN OPERATION CO liUMUUS LED THE WAY IN THE CAREER OF RENOVATION WHEN HE SPREAD HIS SAILS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC HE MORE MANKIND AND ITS FORTUNES IN HIS HARK THE ANNUAL SUPPLY OF THE PRE CIOUS METALS FOR THE USE OF THE WORLD WAS TRIPLED BEFORE A CEN TURY HAD EXPIRED 7JflE PRICES OF OF PRODUCE WERE QUADRU PLED THE WEIGHT OF DEBT AND TAXES link INSENSIBLY WORE OFF UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THAT PRODIGIOUS INCREASE The Warm of Labor Ho might liavo added nud this point seems to worry our inoiiotiietiilllflt friends that tlio wngeu of lnborcrs rbso considerably fttster tlmn tho prices of Even ro did they in 1848 iiecrsfiiricH 61 And why not ngniii In troth tho wiiges of nioro than half onr laborers liavo got to rise beforo there pan bo a riu in necessaries MonnmetallistH liavo eouvenicntly overlooked tho fact that 00 jut cent of tho laborers in tho United States do not work for Used money wages they produce and what they soil tlio products for constitutes their wages It is self evident therefore that n riso in the ptico of tlio product is itself n rio in wages Tills class includes all tlur fanners cotton sugar und tobacco growers vcgetablo gardeners fisher- - from 11 falling ton rising market That will glvo us timo to breathe it will stimulato cnterpriso No man will in vest money now with even chances of having hifl investment dcclino on his hands But givo a rcasonnblo nssurancc oven of n trilling advaiico nud everything will at onco put on now life I need cito no proofs of tills It is tlio univcrs experience of all countries and in nil times Â¬ Holiest Money But yon concede if I understand you that n part of thu decline in farm produce prices has been duo to greatly 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Judgu increased production Unquestionably No intelligent man denies it How much is duo to that und how much to monometallism wo cannot llgura out to cent but I think wo can c o 111 o much nearer to itthau tho liioio mctallists admit All past experi ence has shown thnt increased production of tlio necessaries of lifo Puck ot 0f itself reduce prices in tlio oxact proportion of tho increase for increased domnnd comes in and very frequently offsets nil tho gain in production For conveniences snko I will state in tho briefest possihlo form what silvcritcs believe on this subject Wo maintain 1 That thero is not enough gold in tho world nud cannot bo enough pro duced to maintain tho present level of prices If monometallism prevails theio must bo a still further shrinkage I daro not conjecturo how far it will go but I am certain that it will not stop short of 40 cent wheat and 4 cent cotton and other things in proportion Gold will then bo afar moro honest money thou now for it will buy much more You sco how neat and complete this honest money argument is and how it rapidly grows stronger as prices go down for if a dollar which will buy 3 bushels of wheat and 10 pounds of cot- Â¬ ton is moro honest than a dollar which will buy 1 bushel of wheat and 8 pounds of cotton then a dollar which will buy 4 bushels of wheat or 32 pounds of cotton will bo twico ns hon est as tho 0110 wo now have 2 That thero is not enough of both gold und silver to restore tho prices of 1870 3 or of 1880 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nun grower of all kinds of livo stock 1 food and man others that I cannot tail Ouo of tho worst eriois of the lnnuontctiillist is in UFBtiniing that tin gvit nia s of our workers tiro hired la lurers and they get that hnprftwion from fui nlFleadiug docunienia to as tho Al dncli lcpoit ulout which much litis bteu i did Examine that report careful If and you will find that tho working men in all tho trades mentioned in it do not together number quito ouo fourth as many aR tho farmers of tho country And their method of treating this subject accounts for a very largo part of tho ill humor ninoug farmcrg In spito of tho census and common sense our alleged statesmen and economists insist on treatiug tlio subject as if tho fanner wero not u laboring man A congressional committco is appointed to go out and provo that wages liavo risen and of course they provo it But how Thoy tako tho highest wages paid to tho most skillful la- Â¬ borers in tlio high est priced cities at tho busi est season of tho rrar As n rulo Aey tako only th oso laboreis who nro in woll organized trades Bilious although they aro but n tenth of tho la Â¬ Â¬ A Heal Gold lilsln When Mr Bryan said tho other dny that the Democratic party had driven ojt Its plutocratic element he emphasized what Is certainly the IS central fact of this great nnd epoch And he put tho marking campaign 5 f political motive of plutocracy into n few strikingly truthful words when ho ea added Hint these men had but sought tojimke use if their party for prlvalo j gain and of their country for public punder A few years ago not moro than liithtorten years at tbo outside a clique of politicians controlling tho Democratic machine In Missouri bad sold tho party to the Gould rallioads An agent of three railroads kept opeit headquarters at Jefferson City where cigars whiskey and money were openly dispensed to thojo whose intluence was thought worth pur Â¬ chasing And this agent of corruption with his assistants in what he and they had mido the science of public prostitution sat on platforms in Demo- cartlu conventions and voted on Democratic n solution committees until at last tbo exasperated peoplo rose and drove thorn out regardless of their threats that the party rhould never have another dolar of their money for campaign purposes In Iowa in Nebraska in Indiana in Ohio In New York in tlio Fast in tho West everywhere throughout tbo country the same influences were at woik to capture and control the Democratic organization The Standard Oil Company through such agents as William C Whitney undertook in re- Â¬ turn for contributions to presidential campaign funds to dictate- - tbo National policies of the party When theso men and their like felt most secure in the control of tlio Democratic party it suddenly rose against them overset the money-chan- g ing benches witli which they had profaned Ub tanctuaries and laying its scourge of cords across their shoulders drove them howling from its doors Tlio Standard Oil Company the Gould railroads the Wall Street Banks the English Gold Standard Importers Association of NewYoik every pluto- Â¬ cratic combination which has sought to use 1 arty for private gain has been driven out Thero is not one left to offer the Democratic party money for cauipnign funds in exchange for the prostitution of its triiBt to the people No party in the history of modern politics haj ever risen so grandly to its opportunities as the Democratic masses controlling tho late National They have invited in the United States a Convention did at Chicago crucial test of our capacity as a people for selfgovernmont for continued progress for increasing liberty for higher civilization On the issue as forced tho party must depend solely on tbq people The T000000 it might have raised for a campaign fund will be converted into 00000000 ngainst it If money can defeat it will bo defeated and that overwhelm ingiy Tlio politics of this campaign are not ordluaiy politics The issue is no ordinary issue Tlio defeat on 0110 eido or the other will bo no ordinary defeat There will bo either a rising of the people which will overwhelm opposition break the hold of plutocracy on the government and re establish tho republic of WashingtonJeflerson Jackson and Lincoln Or elso the money contributed by tbo combined trusts the combined banks 0 Walll street and London the pooled railroads and the pooled money broking interests of the country will overwhelm Democracy and fix on the American people a yoke from which deliverance through the ordinary methods of political reform may well seem hopeless Â¬ 1 Appear Again With a Communication of How Tho Summer Oirl Spends Her By Gone Citizen Hat no Right to be Neglectful of tho Communitys Welfare School Day And Lays Plans To Catch The Dude Llko tho rose Biiddenly blown that stands forth to be admired by praters by while the dewdrop distilled on Its petals the night befoio sparkles in Ihu ra sofa morning sun like tho ristlcFB waves of the mighty waters that lash the Bhore and then retreat only to come again as If forever peeking a place of repose like the butterlly quickly meta morphosed from the cryeulif admiring Its own wlngt sa it glides through the air only stopping to sip tho nectar from the blooming clover and dicing with the summer suu like the nlgl tungale that lurks In the nhady valleyp and shuns the hot rays of a noonday tun be Â¬ neath the leaf v bought coming fortli at night to send abroad its lyricB to the sat- Â¬ isfaction of all who may bear then slum bering a few hours to bo awaken In tho morning by the rivalry of the brook as it trickles among the rocks on tho hillside and like the sllverv Gull that ft mts in ease from cliino to cllmo fortvr seek ing to look on the genial lays of a sum mir sun Is the varied life of tlio Sum Â¬ mer girl To avoid our summers solar rays she Bojourns among the Adriond neks and to mies Decembers IiIkpIp she striyeB to be tlio belle of pass Christians Her avocations Is to look after tho latent fade chew gum iu the most Improved Btyle and to remember constantly to siell her name with a terniiial yu in stead of ie Hard study and school das are now over and she lulls In the hummock while sho builds castles In the air and read Immaginury stories the moro ini majfinary the better Of cotirMi tro innocent for que try and Beeinicgly very indiilVrent toward society yet she strives to gain the attention of the dtideet of the dudes Hut after awhile she will get tired of this summer life Sonieday seeking pleasure will bicome a task Somo day she will nay that a thing of beauty is not a joy forever Someday that Two souls with but a single thought idea will come to her singlo life will no longer seem a bless ing Then it Is Unit she Is remn led of what Keats says in ono of bin poem different cares beckon inerteriily from soft Ljdliui airs Her summers and winters aro ppent In thu samo home Novel n tiding and music aro tilings of the puM lly day she sweeps and sews and bows anil darns und keeps company with her ciok By night she sits iu her easy chair di 7 ng till the wee hours come 011 waiting for Hubby to come from thu loilwu And as we think of her voyegu down the streeniBof life we are reminied of Longfellows Hanging of the Crane Anil now I tit and muse on what may e And in my vition see or stem to s r hrouKli floating vMprrs intcrlusu I v itli liiht blupes indeterminate that gleam und lade As tluidows pissing Into deeiwr thatu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c lir That ill consequenco of tho much greater iucrcaso of population and production than of tho metals if thero had been no demonetization Loth gold nud eilver would huvo gained greatly in vrl 110 sinoo Tho villainy of mono 1873 metallism lies in tho fact that nil tho gain hits been concentititrd in gold By way of general conclusion I bolievo that monometallism for tlio world is impossible and that Kuioro only maintains it on tlio condition that other nations do not In fact if it is to bo maintained in this countiy and Europe wo muHt preparo for another shriukago so great that tho peoplo will not endure it Thero is a cpirit u broad in tho country now that is not vory pleasant to think of and if thero is another turn of tho screw nnd thero muht bo several turns bo foro we get down to n real gold basis it is much to bo feared that 3 Â¬ Â¬ Viilings lirynn ou tno otner hand Mauds for 11 lent oration cf the bi metallism cf tlio constitution and ngainst tho things All abovo mentioned other classes are striviug ijx--- to get 111010 fir what they f Oy v soli and why not yon tho Railroad man- - fkwr farmirs ngers meet in hish cou- - N Y World clave to liuikepiofitablo rates on freight manufacturers do the samo for their profit j brokers labor to nil vauco stocks All theso voto and mo tho government to mako money and all dennunco you farmers as no better than thioves for do ing tho samo thing Vrtc as jutico io quires to ro tore he rid contract Voto to help youmdux Vi m for Bryan tho money of the lOiiKituiui and tho uplifting of tlio agriclirl interests YVIUlafn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Moody meeting Mm Alice Lambert nnd little Mary Wjatt visited Mrs the dniii-li-t- r The llcv Charles IarkhtirHt 1 1 treats of Young Man as a Clliztn In his article In September Ladles Home Journal In defining the duties of citi Â¬ A citizen lias no more zenship lie hjijs right to be neglectful of the Interests of the civic whole In which he is a member than a parent or child has to bo neglect- fill of tho Interests of the domestic whole in which he is a member There is tl e samo quality of un Cliristain disregard liivovled in both case and whether a man lets his family shift for Itself iu tho one Instance as well as iu the other he is false to his corporate duty and Is a despicable shirk The doctrine jntt enunciated needs to bo pr ached and pushed A great deal of our political misery is duo to the fact that men who are fairly faithful in tnobl of the relations in which they are placid do not hesitate and are not ashamed to be drones and renegades in their relations to the town or nation that they belong to They would consider themselves reprobates were they to al- Â¬ low a neighbor to fuller abuse without an ntttmpt at intervention but would see their entire city with all Its machin ery of government go to tho dogs and the harpies without ono definite effort at rescue or one distinct thought that such inaction was wicked and inhuman Xothlrg will correct this evil but the creation of a sentiment so enegctic and pervasive that decent peoplo will not have the cowardly nuditcity to neglect the primary duties that pertain to them in their civic capacity Citizens will at Â¬ tend the piimitries register and vote when the prevalent sentiment of attach- Â¬ ment lo our institutions is bo pronounced ami comp lllng tl at failure to discharge the functions of a citizen will be brand ed hb contemptible Patriotism has come rather generally to be Interpreted as a willirgiict s to lUlit anil tlio for ones country ami ila iiibtiltitions That ans wers vory well for a th fltiitiou of patrio 1 m during times of wnr but is general- Â¬ ly deficient in that it allows no room for patriotism iu tiun s of peace We should consider thai a very cheap ppucimen of eoi jiigal fidelity which put a man upon eating for Ills wife and devoting himself to hi r necessities only on occasions when A hns she was threatened by ruflhtns Imndri love has its spliuro of service at all limes ami in all situations So has patriotism Shooting our National ene mil s is only a small and accident part of tho matter What our country needs most is men who will love her and not die for her but livo for her while there Is no shooting going on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 LOUISVILLK KY Sept 8 1816 Shipper should niaik all packages plainly with shippers nam and poit oflt addrsii 11UTTKH Chclc ccuntrj jo Medium g S g Creamery j0 ja jj q Prime white gome fh FKATHKIUJ Q lOJf 40 J5 M M1 uUTTi rOUMKY fa a9 S i S M oo Q 41 Ken lea fnong Udj New lii Hwect Kitiitoes ter bbl From store 2 to 5 rts higher Nnvjr lleans per Lushel HOOTS Itens per lb Spring Chickens per du Duck per lb Iccse per dot lOTATOKS IrMi per barrel 1 12fu 2533 j 00 13 3iOQlUJ 7S 3 00 2 00 j 5U0 0 Q 2 JO j 275 51 Snake Jellow Wild linger p S Jvu f 21 0 1 JVII1 Timothy Slipper KIKLD SEEDS Wuihel jti 1 IX er go Clover per hushel Crimson Ctuver per bushel Hed Top pej bushel Orchard Iriss per huahel lllue Inns frtney p r bushel Illuo Orais extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White HIDHS flreen ood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skies WOOL Tub washed Orease line 42s 3 ou Hi 1 10 85 55 1 25 2 50 8 10 10 Q l S 9 S 11 fy 40 21 J7 Uk uUfa Hurry and Cut Tallow Beeswax Sorghum MISCKLMNKOUS Molasses 14 11 11 13 8 a 10 41 25 20 15 LoulsyilleHentonlStLoalsbfCo 3SJ TIME SCHEDULE T11 kin ir L 0 IO 600 eclck A West Hound 41 Trairi A t itfect Saday 22 I59S fiatt Bound Tram Kxprs Kxpr U illy Dally 124pm 8 00jm 12 SI W 1 Â¬ borers 01 tlio i If rl country and they ore extremely curoful not to tako into tlio account tho number who aro earning no wages at all which is a pretty considerable item when you reflect that in Ohio for instance tlio coal minors only averaged 148 days of full work last year If yon will tako nil la borers especially all who produce tho necessaries of lifo from tho coil nud count lost time you will find that since 1873 except in cases whero they liavo been abnormally kept up by trades union methods wages liavo declined in tho snmo ratio as commodities The Farmers Meaner Income A riso in tho prico of necessaries then would of itself bo a riso in tho wages of 00 per cent of tho laboring producers But would it stop there Certninly not Tho farmers would first pay thoir press ing debts and set tho money in motion Tfcoy would then supply thomsolves witn tnoso tilings tucy liavo wanted so long and bcou compellod to do without All tho country mer Â¬ chants and all tho country artisans immediately do- pendent on tho farmers such as blacksmiths cob- sfijklors fftrPtors painters v md tho llko would im mediately sharo in tho gain and all others in tho improvement duo to a llti geuoral gain in trade Our agricultural depart N y worm ment has shown that tho farmers iucomo has declined over 0 per cultlvotod acre THAT MEANS THAT FOR THE WHOLE CO UN ARE RECEIVING TRY THEY ABOUT 1800000000 EIGHTEEN HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS LESS THAN THEY DID A FEW YEARS AGO NOT RECEIVING IT OF COURSE THEY CANNOT SPEND IT HOW CAN THERE BE WORK FOR CITY LABORERS OR PROS Â¬ PERITY FOR ANYBODY WHEN FARMERS ARE SPENDING 1800000000 A YEAR LESS THAN WOULD NATURALLY THEY THERE IS NO CONGRESS WISE KNOUOII TO DEVISE A TARIFF THAT WILL HELP WORKMEN IN MANUFACTORIES SO LONG AS THE FARMERS CANNOT BUY THE PRODUOIU Would freo coinage ralso prices to tbo old staudnnl It would not Nor is itdoslrablo that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Y HoralJ something liko general bank ruptcy and lfpu diation Just con Pucic sider this fact Tho national state provincial muni cipal and railroad debts f the world thoso debts which aro funded and per manent tho interest only being paid now amount to at least 40000000000 and tho iutcrcst on it is ever 2000 000000 per year IT NOW TAKES ALMOST EXACTLY TWICE AS MUCH CORN BEEF WHEAT PORK COTTON AND OTHER EX PORT PRODUCTS TO PAY THAT INTEREST AS IT DID WHEN THE DEBTS WERE CONTRACTED DOES HONESTY REQUIRE THAT THE LABORING PRODUCERS OF THE WORLD SHOULD PAY 100 PER CENT MORE THAN WAS ORIGI NALLY CONTRACTED FOR Woll grautiug that many things havo been dono to tho injury of tho farmer what can wo do at this lato day to remedy them Â¬ Â¬ thoro will bo if we go into winter with n summer cold on our lungs we are liable to havo pneumonia about the first snow or cold lain Dr Wo should remember that Â¬ Hells 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 titsue builder and while thousands of chronic cases aro to day finding relief and ktn ngtli from its use millions of peoplo were cured of coughs nnd colds and kept stout by the use of this remedy all through last winter It rurts everything in its line except consumption and chronic cases of this dreaded malady flud rest and comfort from its use The genuine is made only by tho E E Suth- Â¬ erland Medicine Co Paducah Ky und 1 sold by all dealers bottles hold five Units and the 60c size two and one fourth times as much as the -- c size Â¬ Smith one day last weik Miss Fannie Urenster returned to her home in Louisville after a pltosant visi to her uncle W D Smith Hill Osborne nnd AVadeShacklette met at Cedar Flat school house to discius the political issues of the day Miss Susie Elder who has been in Brandenburg was called home unex- Â¬ pectedly on the account of sickness in the family Miss Edna Tobin who has been with her sister Mrs Alice Brown of Ekron returned last week and repoits a pleasant time D S Richardson our leading mer- Â¬ chant has just ret in mil from tho city with a splendid lino of dry goods Call ami see thtui evtry thing nice and cheap Miss Sue Eva Owings received a few da s since through the mail a beauti- Â¬ ful bound volume Stepping Heavenward and now sho is dieatning and wondering from whence it came Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Why sillier with Coughs Colds and LaUrippu when Laxativk UiiomoQuinink will cure you hi one day Does not pro Â¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sul phide of Qtiliilno Put uf in tablets convenient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents or money refunded For sale by A It Fisher Â¬ Â¬ Kxprs Kxprs Dally 6 Ullpin Mail STATIONS Mail tH5 7 2U Hally 7 6iani 8 07 II IS 721 7 45 8 01 Hi 1M 755 811 84S 857 lvUon pLar Kentucky St Wc stlnlnt Howard Wlllowdalc Uock Haven Long llranch Hramlcnburg Kkron Uustnn Irvington WehHer Lodiburg 1155am 710 U JU 7t7 1141 1127 1118 Hi IUI a 12 a 22 Wis G5tf ti 47 liSl 63y 6 32 bink and elude the right The me low brook tint scemctli to stand stiP Quickens i s cunent as tt neirs the mi I And lo the stream of time that llngeittli Iu level pUcol and no dull jihmij Ituns with a swiliur current as it i ears Theglocmy mills of death Ayers Hair Vigor tones up the weak hair roots stimulates the vessels anil tis sues which supply tho huirwith nutrition strengthens the hair itaolf and adds the oil which keeps the shafts soft lustrous untl silky The most popular and Valuable toilet preparation in the world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BIG SPRING MIbs 0 lie May Clarkson Entertained Tom Billy Ditto Shaking Hands With Lou- Â¬ isville Stock men And Talking Free Silver and Crops Mr W Ky was in the yard Tuesday shaking Livestock Journal M Ditto of Braudenburg Hardin Gone to Louisville All Going to Ellzabelhtown Fair Messrs Jim Moorman and John Meador will attend the fair Tuesday Tom Hardin left for Louisville hwt Sunday where ho has secured a position Mrs C I Fritz of Hawesville has been visiting her sister Mrs Harry WOLF CREEK A Pro A Word of Counsel w fm Â¬ Htuvut tt llBllt CtjfzK OJMVOttXJk Mies Rebecca Owings is in Bianden burg Mr McC ufin the drummer v aa here one day last week Rev John Wlllltt is holding protract- Â¬ ed services at Cedar Flat Mrs William Perkiser is recovering from quite a spell of sickness is visiting Miss Jennie Flanneiy friends in Paradise bottom Robert Tobin of Ekron is visiting his parents iu this neighborhood MIis Dora 1lannery is visiting her cousin at Leavenworth Indiana tho national Mrs Edna Boone of Little Bend visit Â¬ buu king system ed her mother Mrs Dr Trent last Sat- Â¬ the demouctiza- Commercial Advertiser tion of silver urday Mrs Nannie Chlsro visited her sister and tho enormous incrcuso in tho power of gold of Credit Mobllier nnd forco Mrs Mury onCeder Flat ono day last bills of vastly increased government week expenditures and overy extravagant Mrs Sallle Trent and her three lovely Bchotno for building up groat corpora tions Ho represents it all and glories daughters are visiting relatives on Pleas ia representing it Ho tells you with re Â¬ ant Hill freshing candor that if ho can havo his Ike Smith of Little Bdndspendsmuch way yon shall have n great doal moro of time In town Somo altractlors here thing A voto for him is n for that sort of him vote to iudorso it all and open tho way Mrs Miller and little daughter Edith to u much greater advaiico ill tho samo direction A voto for him is n voto for of Elizabeth are here for a visit to rela- Â¬ gold monometallism and lower prices tives and friends forfftrjn produce Mrs Blanche Fountain of Branden- Â¬ burg Is expected hero this week to visit The now chill cure Dr Bill Pepper Â¬ mint Chill Tonic looks better tasUs the Owlnga place Mies Mary Owings baa an Invitation better acta better and Is better than uy All dealers guarantee tt to cure from friends In Owerwboro to be present other Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ can at least rovcrso tho machine Wo know what has hurt us nud wo can put a stop to it One man just now stands for nil thut has hurt tho fnrmcr Willinm MoKin ley is tho political incarnation of thoo enor mous laud grants nnd subsidies which miulo mil lionaires by the hundreds of tho wartarillin tiuio of peace which transferred 12 000000000 in values from tho west to tho oust and from tho country to tho great cities of Wo racted Meeting D S Richardson Still In The Lead Several Visit- ore In The Town hands with bis friends He reports the supply of stock limited in his section Only a few cattlo are left and they are of Hogs are scarce and poor quality most of the sheep aud Iambs have been shipped out The supply of sheep and lambs was of poor quality this year and what remains on bauds is no better than w I uit has been marketed The crops this season are good Wheat and oats are a little short but corn is plentiful and except for a little firing caused by the drouth has suffered no injury Speak Intelligently and Correctly 8 20 6 16 8 21 9 57 01 Tho American girl is ricli as far 8 37 10 07 ai 5M A 48 815 10 H licrcc as ideas aro concerned is quick witted 10 21 8 50 Sample 1010 Ml Stcphensport 10 11 535 and an A met lean girl to speak correct- Â¬ 88 102S VI 9 1031 Addison lOCti 5 31 ly writes Itutlt Ashuioro in September U05 10 03 1035 Holt 5 2a Cloverport 104 960 517 Ladles Homo Journal in an article to 918 10 51 9 22 9 46 Shops 5 11 11 IB 9 35 Sklllinan 5 03 girls on speaking correctly and avoiding 9 33 1112 941 92Ti Hawesville 43 She need not bo a the use of slang 1120 bl 4 46 917 letrle 9 11 Kalcon UV5 958 4 40 prig she should speak intelligently and 1008 1135 9 12 Iewlsport 4 31 1142 H6o Waitinin 4 25 correctly Tneroare two books to which 1015 1025 1151am 8 4 Towtrs 416 my girls may always turn for Ktiglish 10 38 8 31 IJUIpm Pates 4 IA 12 15 Owenshoro 8 25 3 55 limit lllcd first Hie llible second the 10 4S 12 2i 1100 8 14 Mattlngly 3 44 Oritrith Vulgar language ii ts 12 m works of Shojtffpearo 339 st 12 31 1108 Stanley 8 0T 3 36 suggests a vulgar mind therefore my 1115 12 40 Worlhlngton 7 68 3 80 12 47 Heads 7 51 3 21 Dorothy bo careful about your speech 1123 1131pm 1254 Spottsville 7 43 316 7 36 Ilassett Let your words mirror beautiful thoughts U38orr lim 310 1165pm 1 15pm ar Hcndern Iv 720am 2iSp3 Prince Charming is Btrolliug and when through the wood Iu which the gram mar tree grows he will knew that you L II Si L Ry Fordsvife Branch surely are the piinces for in your answer to liim thero will be diamonds and TIME TABLE No pearlp in the form of pure English coming Irom your lips and ho will learn to TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 reverence all wnnen for your sweet West Hound Trains Kast Hound Train sake Daily Daily Daily Daily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 9M 940 9 4J 11 11 00 10 51 10 42 10 10 tJ 621 Miller There were several that attended quarterly meeting at llewloyvlllu hiot Sunday Mis A W Clarkson Is vlstlng her sister Mrs Simmons of liullltt county who is veryill Miss Ollio May Clarkson entertained last Friday evening iu honor of her guest Miss Jinitnlo Leo Woolfolk Misses Lady and Jennie Clarkson are I- i I WTVrSHXl DOCTORS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 No 1 11 STATIONS 10am 1160 12 05pm 12 12 11 J2 12 35 Iv KENNEDY Specialist KERGAN Harned Junction Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Olendeane Dempster ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No t lrvingtou At 9 20an Carticld 810 7 60 7 30 7 15 7 0U 740 1258 In the Treatment ol 110 128 1 Jolly I u Nervous Clood Sexual and Piivate Diseases Years in OHIO 35 211 165 2 230 264 2 42 3 09 3 20 3 40pm ar Fallsfioughlt Dempster Hock vale Huth 6 30 6 20 6 00 6 37 6 27 660 200003 Cured c ft A Â¬ visiting relatives in Klizabetbtown and will remain until after the fair Miss Myrtle Moorman is visiting Mifs ASK tlie recovered fettSL djripeptlcs bill out Frounie Clarkson of Klizabetbtown and iuiiertrn victim 01 jlevcr and nguc the will temain over until after the lair mercurial dleniod Mrs II Meyer and children went to patient linw they recovered health cheer Louisville last Tuesday where they will ful iplriu and Rood appetite the v will tell remain a few weeks visiting her relaivou uy lUKinK aiu 11 f m D u BviaT1 rnoNS Iivkk Kkau- - tives II Meyer went to Louisville Sunday His store will bo closed September 817 The Cheapest Purest and Dett Family Medicine In Ilia World I on account of being holiday in his For mSPIJPSIA CONSTIPATION Tnun church dlceIliioualtackfKllKIIIUMCiliLclc Depreoiimi of bplriW MUI bl OMAUI Mlsa Jimmie Lee Woolfolk of Meade It Heartburn etc Tlil unnvulled remedy o Springs who has beeu visiting Misses warranted not to contain n ainirlo particle but u MlKCUKV or any mineral kuutancc Kitty and Ollio May Clarkson returned V U U HLY V KG KT A II LE and llerba home last Saturday containing thone Southern Koott which an all wlso Providence liai placed In Miss Qeorgie Harl who has Leon the countries where IIvit llcuc mot prevail Â¬ guest of Mlsa Ituby Miller for several It will cure all Dlteasct cauntd by Derange ment ot the Liver and llowclf The SYMPTOMS ot liver tompla lit are a weeks returned to her home at Cecelia bitter or bad tasto In the mouth Pain In the accompanied by Mrs O 13 Fritz Hack Bidet 6r Jolntolen mUtakcn or Hheu of Appetite one of Ilig Miss Lydia Clarkson matiimi dour Stemachi U Uowtla alternately coatlve and lax Headache Lou of Memory with a painful aenutlon of Springs most popular and pretty youug havlnir failed to do anmethlnt which ought to ladies and who by her charming man Â¬ havo been done Debllltyl Low Spirits a thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Hyca a dry ners always makes a hott of friends Cough often tnittaken for Consumption where she goes left for Louisville last Sometime many of these aymptom attend the dltoai at other very few but the LIVER Thursday whero she will remain a few la generally the aeat of the Ulteane and If not Regulated In time frreat ufferlng wretched days aud then will attend the fair at will no and UUATIIhighlyennue eiteemed perton attest Ellzabethtown September 8 12 The following to th virtue of hlinmon liver Kegulaton H Holt Pre Ga S W It It Cat Key Oil W There is uo uso taking pills or purga Â¬ I K Ielder Perry Oat Cot H K Spark At CMaleronKqSheria UlbbCo tives to cure the chills Dr IMPs Pep- Â¬ btnyUa Uel Hon Aleiander II Stephenrertonally and permint Chill Tonic cures them by We have tealcd it virtue know that or Oyipeptla tllliounes and It doea more than that too it Throbbing Headache It I th bent medicine the Itself wotldevcrMW We tried forty other remedle gives you a new dress on the Inside It gave bclorelmmondiver Regulator butnoneRegua more than temporary relief but tho tones you up and makes you strong It Be lator not only relieved but cured u makea you fetlsome account Sold on Macoo Ua TfLtOKAWI ANU MEUENOEa MANUFACTURED OMIV IV a guarantee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rwtiini nervunn nml Us wilr it ml ArKordsvilleLv Oaks Mitchell Asklns 516 508 4 60 4 41 435am Â¬ drrmiftiiuilmwit I ku1h on txcittnienti lnjritiril IfMkinfft weak UwktoiiHiiattu I IrjiiAt anmtlir t vurlPornittl il MtlLl ntl in 1111- I i f lf wnuv vt LiiiiM nvteuc lack tif tin ft utul hireimn Thi Imnnrtnnt Mmi In ii wo hM urn Ann flue nru lUHitirnly enrol i If EB i imlll Tim ufAiitniiiul iip l i aunitlui lutf titm tttkpr Hi ImlM V -- jlnlicin t ico ilr in at Bluols lebilltuUHlitinilimrmtifc II to it Hipnitry jMMr riwuj in nii hlurrwlj oicitnilp yp imkrnr tnni 1 rt GROVES il r ifinimP I A aVl M Dornintor l cwi ami iLi IroccIo vthH emluoppf hniiiliiPM In married II you are Marrl d commit n inunentlj nt once as we run renin u j ihuhui vital energy ami dtmrn II you with to Mirrv our udTcomuy bo worth a fortune inn kH Lei Von alliDpiinji Away iparsaKO It Inilluanp unit MriuiKiiiens the nervon liin rmtore lo t vitality to tho tuxtial orcunst tntw nil drains andIn Invlir rail ami rwto ealiatmanlionil It iierer falls In curlnu the rtxnlt f StllAbui Lslir Eiceiut Blood Ola casts or the IIicta ot a Misspent Lilt NiW Method wasill tuiuiwi t7iirenil OUKKH IIMRANTEEI OU NO PAY What wo Tret I and Gure I Vnhl Emission sVnr IWNeivcusl jbllltyStloture Impotuii y Unnatural aiothnf 8L BMnnhcodKlcl la u y iiiiuuactarpi as suorv uftntl ri Kroo Hook n IlliutriUot Krnt wriifl inrutirBiir tuanx ini MO iontmnl EtorrtMnst Con ram envelope nuininir seat luinnini Boe toJtlmonlal I O l noxl vek I oal CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS TA5TELE5B PRICE OOots DBS KENNEDY KERGAN O aiLAT Not m 1383 Pari Medicine Co tit IxjuU Mo lentlonioni We sola last year GB0 bottle of QKOVBH TA8TKLKM8 C1IIIO TONIO aiki have bounht lUreu vruw already tnla year Inalloqrei- aeUoa ilu 122 W 4th St Clnolnnatl f H ZkUUN CO Philadelphia Pa mmmmmmmmmwmamm itr ot II year In the drug business have uld n article that lave such uUtumu aaUt your Culo Yours truly u AcrCAMAC RHESmS gfgWyVf VW Wf t v- - v lll fit I1B 4 THE BRKOKENRIDGE NE1WB GLOYERPORT KY The greatest Silver Rally and gathering of the people this section of country has ever known will be at I COMIN BEJEE I CLOVERPORT KY E22g2g5gft825l3 m m BESllg The cause of the great assembly MM jlggggggaE ipiMipl3AlE3Ji will be that IM M on- - that day n eSKEKMSEiSSa ITj E2 bhm Ba THE IDOL OF THE PEOPLE CANDIDATE FO- E- President of the United States WILL BE AMONG US That it may be an entire day of amusement pleasure and rejoicing arrangements are being made for a great Tl I n -- It Ib ri1Tlr rm j A D rjmm LaHEIST PARK Cloverport will be decorated with flags and bunting and banners as she was never before and music and merriment will have full sway J - tut The most beautiful spot on earth for a gathering- on such an occasion NOTED POLITICAL ORATORS Will address the people from seperate stands rejoicing The train bearing There will be plenty to eat and drink and the whole day will be one of Billy BRYAN The Boy Orator of the Platte The Next President of the United States will arrive about 5 oclock P M of the train at the depot and he will address the people from the rear LET EVERYBODY 003VLE CITIZENS COMMITTEE wmmmK THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NEIWS GLOYRRPORT KY Awarded o Highest Honors DR Worlds Fair w CREAM BAKING -- 41 A VMIMI MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cre im of Tartar Powilcr Free from Anmionia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge PERSONAL News 1800 WEDNESDAY SEPTEUBHE 0 i Miss Etta Krana l In Owensboro Mrs Julius Hardin wni In the city Monday Ernest Punlinui haa returned rum Can VIIIO Allen Sunday - Dean Owensboro wa In tho cltjf W S Smart went to Irvington Sunday evening Jamea Stewart of Webster Monday A 11 waa In the city last week last week hklliman und wife went to Louisville was In the city Chris Ahl of Ilardinsburg Chut Lyoni Jollys Station wot In the city one dy last week Ous Brown and 21 L Studcr went to Elin belhtown Monday evening Mitt May Conner of Hockport city wltn relatives and frlnda li In the Kugone lluren of Concordia ent last Friday with Mayor J A Harry Mils Mary Hynn spent a few hours In Ir- Â¬ vington Sunday evening with friends Jacob rialdcs has moved Into the house re ceutly vai Ated by Mrs leu Jordan JJurrel Heard as istant Warden Eddyvtllo penitentiary was in the city last week Sheriff Silas Pate of Ilardinsburg was In tbe city Sunday driving a lino span nf horses JTboi Kendall the boss gas and oil driller came up trout ilaweiville Sunday to be here u few days Mr and Mrs File Dellaven of Owensboro l pent Friday with his parents Mr and Mrs J K Dellaven Little Miss Kuth Mattlngly Henderson Is tbe guest ol her grand paronts Mr and Mrs Oll Mattlngly Misses Gertie Dames of Rome and Ethel Conner ot Millwood are visiting Mr and Mrs J J Dyer a chtrming young Mils Ella llobertson lady from Ulendenne Is the guest of Miss JMorenco Cottrell E II Zlrekel and family leave to day for New Haven W V to bo gone a month to visit relatives and friends fr depot of tils oity has gone to the Mammoth Cave for a lew days vacation and Kobt JlcCluffln liar dliiSdug attended the mass meeting at tbe Methodist church Sunday Oeo Baker tbe clevertsslstant agent at the V 0 Dabbage r Mrs Thos Bohler and little daughter Essie spent several days In Owensburo last week the guest ot her son Oscar Holder Master David Ditto who has been tho guest oj his cout in J li Habbage Jr returned to Long Branch his home last Thursday W M Ragsdale after several days visit to Mr and Mrs U W bhurt returned to Mem Â¬ phis Turin his home Sunday evening S C Walker representing the Mutual Ben- Â¬ efit Ltfo Insurance Company of Kentuoky was in the city Monday talking It to his lriends Miss Mary Flnley Oglesby daughter of Mr and Mrs K H Uglteby went to Louisville Monday accompanied by her aunt Miss Kate Ogleeby to have her eyes operated on Miss Ella Iopbain the bright and accom Â¬ plished daughter of M F Iopbain left for uweaiboro Monday aocumpanted by ber father to enter St Francis Academy for the year The following gentlemen will compose a fishing party to Urten river Thursday and re main until Saturday t J H Rowland 0 II bklllman C M Bullitt and Frank Pavne Mrs H V Duncan spent a week In Bran- Â¬ denburg with her son David who has charge of tbe Messenger at that pUce a d aayt sne bad a most pleasant time and longs for anotu er opportunity to return soon Dooley of Mr Sash Simmons and Irvington were in tbe city Monday night the guest of J K Keith They have been down through Hancock und Daviess oounties after sbcepbutsays tbe faimers hold then at suoh a price that they could not make any purohases was here Geo L Carter of Owensboro Mvndai advertising tbe great and only Oweniboro Fair which comes off next month Extemlvo preparations have been made to make this one of the best fairs ever given Everybo y trom here and vicinity should at- Â¬ tend - What the Stockmen are Doing Five Stock Evchange iw t i Vic IloburtsoD of Glendeaue Ky bad in Iwp car loads of cattle hogs and sheep which fell upon Mondays market W A Basket Guaton Ky reported with a car load of hogs 0 N Jenkins Vine Grovo Ky had a consignment of hogs and cattle on the 0 fc fc market Tuesday Lee Meyer a shipper of Ilardinsburg Ky had in two car loads of mixed stock this week W F Speak Mooleyville Ky had BOiiie sheep and hogs on sale this week Montgomery of Ekron and Ensor Big Spring Ky had in two loads of hogs Good For County Alienors I r f L State Treasurer Long fs carrying ou his theory that this years expenses should he paid out of this years levenue whilo the Legislature provides for the detlclt of last year and other years con strues the services of County Assessors last fall to be a part of the expenses of this year so far he has accordingly saved up enough of this years Income revenuo to pay ofl the County Assessors and last week aejj out notices notifying them thattheirv0f Mor warrants would be sent In ready as The Steamer Moateith and Barge Are open for engagements for excur slow picnics and moonlight parties on Address very reasonable terms V D Ohamhond Hawesville Ky Iteft- nlJ laJftMM 6tf xtvxlotxj IIH Miss Vnnda Carson ot this ofllre has taken a vacation for several weeks and has gone to Owensboro to be the gifst Murrys the man of Alius Cora Clay comb at llt Sycamore Street Miss Claycomb gave n n cepllon New Sorghum SulzerV in her honor yesterday evening from 8 Cheap rates to Louisville toll Invitations wero sent to friends Head Vests add in this issue anil n grand time is anticipated Dont miss our special prico on guns The meeting for Men Only at the Sulzsrs Em St Methodist church Sunday after- Â¬ Protect yourself against fi o Short noon was well attended and manifested Ilnynes Tho meeting Ilnynes aro flro InBtrnneo considerable Interest Short ucxt Sunday wlil be held In the Huptlst agent see them Dont forgot Monday tog tit free sil- cluiTh Can you not aHonl to spend one hour a weok In this way Lt t v ry ver hat Sulzsrs Short Haynes are head quarters for man young and old attend tho meeting next Sunday school tablets pencils etc Fashionable millinery and dns mak Mis Mahala llrown of Drnndunhurj ing iu artistic design at reasonable pri has been granted a pension ces Cull nt once and purchase you u Lntest thing out gold or silver bugs novelty in he uillliuery lino Alio con Â¬ gold or silver ties Sulrfl The Cross of Gold is the latest Cam sult the driHstnaker and take view of hr fTishionable bookc which she takes rpilte paign book out Price 10 cts Going to the Bryan Speaking What a pleasure In shotting and assisting in selecting an appropriate costumes for about a hag or a cap Suzjrs The Cloverport Iliah School opened all szs form styles etc Upper Main St opposite Suzirs store Cloverport Monday with a large attendant e Mrs 0 P Babbago has runted tho Ky Cooper house and will keep hoarders Hon Jos F Clay of Henderson re A Y Ford managing Editor nf tho sponded to a telegram sent Saturday Courier Journal was in the city Mon Â¬ evening by tho Hon D It Murray and day spoke hero to n large crowd consisting Button button whos got the button of both Democrats and lteptibl leans We have Lapel buttons of all kinds He spoke for two hours holding the Sulzsrs crowd in perfect harmony and plainly Clean out tho mlco and rats with one showed why it was to ever voters Inter Â¬ of our Improved traps 125 rats caught est to vote for Bryan and Sewell Alter iu ouo trap Sulzsrs his ppecch yells went up into tho air If you want a buggy or a plHicton for calling upon Hon D it Murray to what it is worth call on or write to J which he responded with a brlliant talk E M onarch Owensboro Ky of about twenty niinutis Milton Wroe a prominent farmer n Martha Ann Sksggs and baby half siding near Fellville Hancock county cad and baro footed walked into town died of typhoid fever yesterday at noon from Patcsvillo last Wednesday Said On account of the limited space sever-Â¬ she came to town to consult a lawyer al communications are compelled to be that the Preeident had promised her all leftout of this Issue hut will appear next of the gold and that tho press had been week investigating her whereabouts After The Young LatlUs Home Mission and consulting with thuolfieials they found Parsonago Society will meet at Elm that she was bordering towards insanity Street Methodist church this evening nt and they decided to send her back 5 c clock home She took the middloof the road Hum Miller who sometime ngo loft homo without any of that precious on account ot this city being so dull has metal returned and says their is no place to him like old Cloverport HARDINSBURG Take advantaze of the cheap late to Louisville by rail next Monday One W TIME TABLE L H half fare round trip Three specla GOINO WIST trains will be run that day Passenger Dally arr Uardlnsburgl2Z pm OOIHO HIT Miss May mo Griffith the nccotn pHshedsister of Mrs S S Wntkinp loft Vsen iter Dally arr Hardtnsbars 730 a id Monday morning for Ashvllle N 0 to Or J T Baker Opens up an Office Big spend tho winter with relatives Purchase Ties Mrs James Withers V G Babbage President of the CounStood an Operation Sucocssflly ty Sunday School Union will address Sunday School at Illbs Bun next the Jim May Gono to Louisville After a Wed- Â¬ Sunday evening at 2 30 oclock ding Outfit Burred Beards Bright Noah Greenwall of near Stephensport Face at Home once More was in the city last week and said that he had nine acres of tobacco housed and every leaf was completely full of worms Quarterly Court next Monday Mr and Mrs CM Bullitt celebrated The political pot Is red hot and Btill their eight marriage anniversary at their a heatbn beautiful mansion at Font HlllSaturday Miss B jttie Taylor is visiting Mrs V Several from Louisville and t f this city G Babbage were present Mr Allen Dean Owensboro was here Charles Boufller boiler maker at the laht Saturday shops was not at work yesterday and Owen Cunningham returned Mrs to look at him one could not Imagine home last Saturday what brought about his broad smiles B F Beard Is well pleased with the Its a girl and weighs 10 pounds sound money ticket MIsj Marion Bowmer the beautiful The trustees of the town ought to re- Â¬ and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs store the street lights V II Bowmer left Wednesday nccom pained by her sister Miss Margaret for If j ou dont read tbe Ilardinsburg col- Â¬ Shelbyville to enter Science Hill Acad- Â¬ umn you ought to sonny emy Miss Nannie McGary left Monday to The managTS of the Tixas nlwajs visit friends in Louisville ready to do the right thing by their It S Skillmanund wife wero visiting patronp will run three special trains to in Meade county last week Louisvillo next Monday to the Bryan Patrick TitR and bis daughter Mips speaking making a half fare for the Ellen went to Louisville Monday round trip Frank Jarboe has been appointed a Buck Harrington has sold out his in- Â¬ Deputy Slier ff by Sheriffs A Pate terest in the laundry business to his James Wright will givo a colt show bother-in-laSeymour and will proMonday in September bably locate at Horse Cave Buck while here the third Tho rldeisare all up and the roce will here had made many friends and every- Â¬ be to the gwift Look out for Billy one hate to bee blra depart Rev Donal Grant in company with Biyan E Rhodes who has been down sever Mrs Dr Brown Mrs E A Ford and nl weeks with tjphoid fever does not family of Lousivillt Miss Laura Satter field Mrs A D Heron and son Willie improve Chintz Royalty and three of his childMrs J 0 Nolte aud daughter Mits Eloine and Miss Annie Gorman of Lou- Â¬ ren have been down with fever for the isville spont Sunday at the Tar Springs lafct week Misses Ada Meador and Nelllo Hook There will be preaching at the Presby torlan church Sunday morning A cor- Â¬ went to Gaillold last Thursday to visit a dial invitation is extended to any who few days may not have a church home in our J W Guthrie P M Beard 0 E town to worship with us Mr A Her Â¬ Haswell and W II Bell went to L mis on was received into fellowship with the villu Monday church on profession of his faith last Miss Brown who has been visiting Sunday morning Miss Lula Vessels returned to her home Tho City Council met in regular session at Vine Grove Monday No business of import- Â¬ Monday night The hotels did a good buslntss last ance further than puttiog down a well Saturday Dick Cox had as many guests- on the school grounds at the school aa he could handle house This has been greatly needed Mr Wllber Haswell and wifd arrived for sometime after fully discussing the Monday from Topeka Kan and are matter it was decided to let the contract visiting friends hero at once to the lowest bidder W H English was given authority by Saturday Sept 12 will bo the day the County Court last week to solemnize that tho souud money party will notify the right of matrimony its nomineis at Louisville of their nomi- Â¬ Tom Early was brought here Iiut weee nation and there will be a big demon- Â¬ end given a term on the rock pile for stration there on that date The Louisvillo Henderson and St Louis It H will selling whisky at Glendeano Mrs Elizabeth Amnions jiaa been apmake one fare rate for the round trip to parties wishing to go for train No 42 pointed administrator of the et tate of Silas Amnions deceased and good returning the 15th Charles Reed came down from LouisDr John M Cohen he noted oculist and optician will be at A R Fishers ville last Friday and was the guist ot his G a few days Drug Store in this city Sept 10 11 and father-in-la12 Anybody Buffering with any disease Jim May went to Louisville Monday of the eye or atJedlng spectacles will do to get his wedding outfit He is going well to call on Wt Examination and to btep olTIn double blessedness In a few consultation freouyl satisfaction guar- Â¬ days anteed I W Robynson has charge of the Notice the add that appears on the colored school here this fall He has supplment of this Issue A granA barbe Â¬ taught Btiveral sessions here and seems cue and plcnla will be given in Lallelsts In give satisfaction Park on Monday Sept 14 WJUIam Jen Â¬ Cy Miller and Misses Alice and Mag Â¬ nings Bryan will be here ou that day and gie Baker left Monday for a visit to you shoald not mUa this grand opportu Â¬ Mammoth Cave They were J dntd a nity to see and here one of the bralueet Irvington by George Baker men In the United States Come a good Rev II 0 Hook Taylor Meador and old fashioned time will be assured you George Simmons went to Short Creek week n U K Reports Grayson county last place te attend the Fresh tery at that fAo Royal Baking Powthr Anderson Johnson who wm brought to all Qthtra LOCAL BRbVITIES hero last week charged with an attempt ed rape was put under a 300 bond fir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ his appearance at Circuit Court Co havo bought Moorman Dean about three thousand railroad tics oil of Jim Harris farm ou Clover creek They aro being hauled hero for shipment Copt Pickard of Louisville was bore Saturday an I Sunday He antl his wife will return here iu n few day and probab ly niako this theirlionie during the win- Â¬ ter Dr J T Baker has opened an olllco aOjilnlng J W Guthe riee on Main St where he will bo pleased to see his old friends Too doctor Is building up a good prnctlce here R I Cox arrived hero last week from Union Star aud opened up the old Ham hit Ion Hotel Ho asks a liberal share of the public patronage assuring satisfac Â¬ tion In uvery particular The Populists leaders weru here last Silurday from all over the county A number of them called on Mr Parker at tho hotel and he assured them that everything was working favorable Luo Meyer was down Iu the neighbor hood of Jollys Station last week buying up sheep and cattle He Is helping the farmers these hard times by putting a little money In the country in this way He pa s good prices for stock Burrell Beard Assistant Warden ot the Eddyville Penetentlary wai here a few days last week mingling with his old rinds Ho has been lit Eddyvillo several months and his nppearance would indicate that his position under Gov Biadloy agrees with him Misses Marion Leo Jolly and Eva Mc- Glothlan were down hero a couplo nf days last week from Iivington soliciting subscriptions to purchaso an organ for the new Methodist church at that place Their friends contributed very liberally to the enterprise The friends of Mrs James Withers of Kirk will regret to liaru that she has been sutTuring for some time with n tuDrs Milner Kiucheloe and Hoard mor attended her last Erlday evening and removed it Tho operation was tpiite a one painful but Mrs Withers stood it well and it Is hoped that she will soon recover Tuere weru five hundred pcoplo hero last Saturday who were somewhat dis Â¬ appointed nt the failure of Hon C J Brouston to appear here and speak Tho PopuliU leader in this state the Hon Jrs ph Parker was on hand and made a two hours speech in the court room The court room was packed until there was hardly standing room Tho crowd listened lo Mr Parker very attentively for two hours and took in everything he said He did not abuse Bryan and the Democrat as many who are opposed to that ticket were In hopes he would do He made a very conservative speech and left a good impression among his hearers Marvin Bard and sister MIfs Bessie gave a social to their young friends at their fathers residence here hut Tues Â¬ day evening that was largely attended The house and grounds were beautifully illuminated with Chineses lanterns and the surroundlng i looked quite inviting About eighty of their young friends gathered there in response to invitations and the evening was one of special en- Â¬ joyment Those from a distanco were MIpb Minnio Reading Hawesville Miss Â¬ es Ada und Myra Hanks Stephensport Missis Eva Cashman and Ella English Messrs James Miller Union Star Claude Brashear Dr William MillerJr and All Cashman Union Star Notick am now doing the repairs of watches I clocks spectacles jewelry and silver ware shop next door to John Hobens store opposite Hamilton Hotel Call and see mp T 0 Lewis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ncss and all kindred troubles The Fly Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that mmmmmmtviimmmmmmmtui LETS TAKE A DAY A Strong Fortification OFF ffnM I lAwt broughtthcmtomynoticeI as if I had a new lease of J Fairleigh Platte Cannon feel life Col AND GO HUNTING g TutfsJLJver Pills Boy Brasbear ot Imtsvilio is tbe guest of his mint Mrs It J Nappcr Miss Adello Smith and mother of Ilardinsburg nro at the Smith house Miss Belle Martin of Evansvillo Ind is the guest of her sister Mrs Jas IS Iliggs Miss Emma A The woods are full of game this season more quails this year than over before and tho boys aro just having a picnic g g 1 y ST DONT YOU WANT A GUN ST We have a splendid linn of real good fiuns wo are going to soil cheap in order to reduco our e tock Como and see or write us for prices 1 Z S Most ley has ileeliticd teaching in Texas on mrount of ill health Lee Walls and wife of Sample vero sg m Lots of them and sure shooters dont go hunting with- the guests of Mr and Mrs G V Payne out peeing what we have in the way of Amuuition Tuesday Miss Ada Hanks left Sunday for Irvington where she will take charge of tho school Stephensport needs a 11 Hiring mill That will stand tho wear of brush and briars Hunting g A splendid opening for soniu nnterpris- Boots for field and water proof ing miller Brnu is couiiug Hurrah I We now Come to us for Guns and Sporlsmans goods begin to bco the silver lining to the fi Â¬ nancial cloud Hobt Dowell a well reppeeted citizen V v J 0 NOLTK AHflignee of BobertB Bottom died Saturday and was buried bcro Sunday Miss Cecil Ktttcigh who has been visiting Mrs It A Smith returntd to her home iu Louisville last week Miss Georgia McCubbins relumed home last week from a pleasant visit to J friends at Gat Held and Webster GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Tlie public school openid Monday For the Sale of Country Produce ProAug Illst with n good attendance 9 Ueferences Oerman Bank Western liank Fidelity Trust Company fessors Chns Cbashman and L H Ad L0CIS1IIIE KY W VmlJIarkftStrrft llflufcn9tli and 10th kisson in charge Vaughn aud little son Mrs Hobt Helm who has been so seriously ill are much improved Their many friends hope to see them out soon The letter from Amos lat week came liko a voice from the past Come again And Every Sensible Ptactical antl Economical Man Favors Amos wo are always interested in your meanderings In tho wild and wooly west MkiBw d ff I w-11 Miss Cecil Sargent who has been tl e v guest of her coitiin Miss Georgia Hawk- Â¬ zj o yy ins for some time returned to hur homo at Fordtville Monday Her visit wns much appreciated aud wo hopo sho will SHOT AND SHELLS Â¬ I STRONG HUNTING GOATS g g g 25 S l Â¬ J J M NEHAN CO J Â¬ t hVwVttVVtVlVVVVVwVVwV4 Silver Men favor Bryan Gold Men favor McKinley nrsi iV lin i The Bargain Providers n Hart momasx i v jw u -- lf usu come apnin The following ministers met hero iu tho the Baptist Missionary Association Bevs Btitledge Saturday and Sunday Duggins Ashburn Lewis and English Bro Hunt pastor In charge and Bro Rutledge of Cloverport nro conducting a protracted meeting John Morton and Melvin Woods left Georgetown Monday to prepare themselves for tho ministry for NOTICE Notice Is ercby Riven as proviYed by sec Ion No tliit at a euuUr 444 of the Kentucky Statute Urin ol the llieiken iJge County Court hrltl in the Ky on the 15th tiny ol June town of Hartlintsburfi here wai i new voting p r cc in t cttuh uhe I nt In the Sixth Miiurrul District ihU ecnct county and all vot n mcluUetl in rul 1 boundary a herciuafttr klnwu will be leulridto vote at ilendianeand not eUe where lURinnmc nt the John AMn old HOUNDAKY farm the corner to the Ilardinsburg and Closer port Magisterial Dittilct thence a Height line to bamuel lleavins to it dude him thence a triijht line to the neartst point on Itwk Lick lherce down the the ame with its meandeie to whete the lime empties Into Hough cteck ihece up sal J creek to where the North and So lit rones of Hough creek comes together thence tm the North Eork of said creek to Itelia crtek lhece up TuelPs crrek to whtre the lardin burtr d fctrict In e crosses sarnt thence west with the llanlins burr nlstnsi line to the b ginning WM AlILJ H C C Signd Si ptember 9th 1896 I the prico was 8c now unly 3 Pcniin lot ot crash toweling at jc Ask for our SstnmR SupiiiuVr at 9C ar Long hnavy iniiinleu socV at 5c pair Iice cumins at te 30c Cue 75c orlh duulilc prlci- Wool filling dbcK worlli 35c cmly l Imported duel thirtuigs and suitings sold at 15c cluui them out at ic Past color red Damask nlru pittcius at Iol OckkI all linen towels inc Extra heavy cotton worth jc at 4C ISIeach cotton nice smooth goods worth ja at jc A hig line of ladies black dress goods newest weaves and lowest pricts All cf ourfi 75c und foe sllppf rs and Oxfard list at 45c Just re eted a full line of lidies cipes to moe them quick ut i as 50 pes I Joiloz I idles back and striped hose Rood quality nt 50 Dont forgtt we Immllu all kinds of schol supplies ut lowest pritev A nKe line lad cu hutton shoes with tips nt 75c oc and n Must he seen to be appreciated We cany tbe largrst line nf Mens nnd llos cloth ing in this part cl the country We have some spviials at Goods JJ48 and J49S worth twice the money tirey blunkcts at fic 50c i si White bankets 75c 90c Jl 10 We have Just added a grocery department and will sell every thing in this line at rock bottom priies A good bl liking brush toe Indigo caico 4c best quality Mens ball shoes the deft we ever had at 93c Ai i I 30 1 1 ani 75c shirt waists at 9 So tA If 011 dont see what you want ask for it We invite you to call and ee us We have it and at the Glcmluuiii right Price GEO YEAKEL CO KY BRANDENBURC Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tastes good is good and dot s good An etr ctuil positive and permanent cure forchills fever and ague Contains no poison An anti malarial and an up Â¬ building tonic n blood punflr An appetizer aiding digestion It makes the Large bottles 60c complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers Â¬ MATTRESSES IRA DeHAVEN CLOVERPORT KY STEPHENSPORT Protracted Meeting Calhoun Miss Ella Mostly In Visitors From Abroad And VIoInlty Floyd Miller Dr White Kept Busy ilAornera How common nrc chronic disease peculiar to women Women know they nrc due to deranged kttlne ami failure or delicate organs to perform their natuial functions At Manufacturers Prices Special atten- Â¬ tion given to orders from private families Best material be6t workmanship Factory two doors below Pierces livery stable WINTERSMITHS Duchucorrectftheprtmarycause healing and strengthening- these organs 1133 years of success guarantees Its value Use it unit you will have a clear complexion and better health Â¬ Returns Homa We have several cases of fever In town Miss Ella Moself y Is visiting relatives In Calhoun Clarence Palmer of Nashville Is with 0 C Lewis W L Fulllnwider of Irvington spent BUCHU Agents las it Groceries in Tour Yy county male or fenuie Addrcu x Ith stump UKLASKV references ana No 410 Scot bt Covington Ky W K XTrANTlD Great Hardin County Fair ELIZABETHTOWN KY Â¬ Â¬ Sunday in town Mrs Jas Lay of Gas Oty vlsling Mrs Harry Lay Miss Bell Martin of Evavsville guest of Mrs Jus Biggs Ikrs Lou Dlx and daughter Lee are visiting at Sam Dixs L B McCubblns left last week charge of the Hazel Dell school i 11ANKS A U KINCIIEIOB Ind Is BARNES KINCHELOE September 8 9 10 and 11 1896 Is the ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSOURO KY Collections and special attention enforcement of liens glvan Bcttle to take Liberal premiums en all klntls of aock Farm Products Fruita and Poultry Good half mile track Trotting ami running races each day Excellent water hams and stalls Good Hotels Reduced rates on all railroads For catalogues anil entry blanks apply to Secretary AFTER DELINQUENTS RLWINTEKSMITII Preeident J M IUHK Vice President J A Â¬ J jSi jfl YOUNG WIVES Wo OBer You a Remedy Which Insures SAFETY to Lire or uotn Mother unit unlia II kit MOTHERS FRIEND MBS CONMSKaKNT HGttHOK AM OF ITS H4NCLK Sheriff to Begin Selling Property at Cnee tofore dlataint warrants have Hei ben sent out to delinquents simple as warnings but now action will be taken In every instance where the tax payers KENTUCKY fall to come forward with their taxes We are determined to collect all taxei Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Falaoe due If the property of our best friends has to he sold to do so Halls and ontrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 8 A Patk S B 0 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpot Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms Payne d S F P W 11 GAIlDNlilt D s Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dinintr rooin Beautifully Deco KINKHEAD Secretary The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE WlH crone On MonJaTtha laid day of October li of my deputies will at the court house nor icllfor 8gj taxs due lor tht years wit and 8 the Mpwiog d iclbed prorerly in iifty acres rfUat In Majl iell District No s listed toiha nam of llarla I Smith fur the years ol Makes CHILD 1IRTH Easy Euilurxut hhiJ roooHtmeniloil by ft ratediand Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout aiewithont a supriofjnrthe South rate of charges considered t Govt wliolmyo sU mill eUiMulilwl It llowisruuf uUtlCHie und ImHatlous SniitUr orH wr wll wirwl iJLjrij 311 Ot bollle il- - cmuiluliig Hoi WUwUI iullo11BSABFIKLB tlo phyl oluitr i9lodif 6f acres UMTOXJUeX uarUt C0Aiksal end In Magisterial District No sil lUited In the nan a pi Jeans Duncan and stiter hy the year irat Tanes and cost liu si Taiesandcoi87J TH0M Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY wjoi yxns h 0 W Scott Miller Jr Manager j THR Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report BRELOKEXNRJIDGm NEWS OXvOYRRPORT KY ALL PSVal A WEDNESDAY SORTS PEiga ABSOLUTELY SEPTEMBER 0 1890 Baking Powder PURE Dtt PU8EY DEAD Sept 2 PjfSY NOTES IMPORTANT RESOLUTION Adopted by the Fourth Congression al Democratic Convention The conventional Ellztbelhtown re- Â¬ ported and adopted the following resolu- Â¬ tion favoring a fusion with tho Populist There was not a desenting voice among the 177 delegates present They went through with a whoop and prolonged applause Your committee to whom was refer Â¬ red the matter of reporting upon the question of securing united action amoungst those who favor tho free coin- Â¬ age of silver In this state beg leave to submit the following report Whereas Some prominent representa Â¬ tives of tho Populist party have asked this convention to take somo action with tho view of securing the united action of all those who favor the success of free coinage of sliver at the present legal raÂ¬ tio oi 10 to 1 Therefore Resolved That the Democrats of the Fourth congressional district in convention assembled recognize the free coin- Â¬ age of silver as the paramount issue of this campaign and desiring tuch action as will secure the election of our national ticket as well as a congressional dele- Â¬ gation favorable to this measure wo rec Â¬ ommend that the Democratic state executive committee of the state of Kentuc- Â¬ ky accept the proposition of the Popu- Â¬ list party to permit them to name two electors ou the Democratic national tick- Â¬ et for this state nnd in connection with this action that measures be taken to secure united action in tho election of the free silver Democratic nominee for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DISEASES OF i Advertise in tho News f f Thero are 810stloon8 In Louisville Diphtheria is rngjng Jn Butler county A Montana baby has been named 10 tol breckenridge News He Was the Model Superintendent of the lakeland Aiylnm Louisville Dr CAN THIS BE SO Henry K Iusey died at his old home at Oarnetts ville Ky last night For more than a year Dr Iusey 1ms That Paul Bnren Has Threatoned been in delicate health and his death was due directly to exhaustion which to roroclose His Mortgages if followed stomach and bladder trouble Froe Sllvor Wins No one knew better than Dr Iusey him Â¬ self that his days were numbered but Surely Gold Bugs Are Not So Dos perato as to Willfully Causo Suffering of tho Poor A SALTY COMMUNICATION er PaysibviiLK Ky August 28 180 Mr Editor I have been reading llio lying letters editorials etc in the IxU iflvllle Commercial for some time and have refrained from saying anything but when they get so bold as to corao to my own county and begin their false and misleading statements it is time to call a halt This appears in the Louisville Com merclal of Aug 17 A traveling man states that there are large number of Democratic farmers In a Meade county that are actively opposed to fieo silver that at Brandenburg they nro particularly active and out spoken lie refers especially to tho work being raul ilnno liv that lifelone Democrat Buren residing at Concordia Notice closely Democratic farmers This traveling man starts out Democrat He then mentions Mr ic farmers Buren who is a merchant and moitgago u ritpr combined Yes Mr Buren is a farmer and loves the farmer just like the Devil loves tho sinner The Devil will forge link after link sin upon sin but this Democratic farmer will bind you in drawn by his own black and white delicate hand be will also tell his poor benighted brother farmer how to vote and if they do not vote as ho dictates he proposes to close all mortgages held by JMruuren him The same letterstates holds mortgages on a number of farms Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic in Meade county and elsewhere He cures chills permanently A sure appe- Â¬ has notified every man uoon whose prop tizer A perfect blood purifier A com Â¬ erty be holds a mortgage that nH soon us plete strengthoner Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ it becomes apparent that free silver will mint Chill Tonic will giye color to the otherwise ho is face and chargo that sallow complexion win lie will foreclose perfectly willing to let tho mortgages to a healthful rosy hue It correi ts dis- Â¬ stand as they are order of the stomaeh and aids digestion Yes he is perfectly willing to wait Overcomes nervoui depression and low because he is now receiving a high per spirits It will rtttoro exhausted and ci nt in fact all the mortgaged farmer nursing mothers to full strength and en Â¬ makes goes to pay the interest and ex Â¬ ergy and nukes children fat ad pigs pense of renewing or writing another Guaranteed mortgage He is willing to wait because the debt is growing money becoming A Widenii g Market For Mutton Btarcer and because they are not able to The figures show that Chicago n ceipts p iy it nil But as soon as it becomes of sheep so far this year have been the upparent that silver will win and that greatest on recoro Eastern supplies these men who unfortunately for them have not been so liberal hut with the htvu signed Mr Burens writings can increased shipment of mutton from the what they owe he will foreclose and piy West have alwayn been ample aud often turn them from their once beautiful and excessive Prices of sheep or still low lnppy home Such a threat and by a They must contir no so long us she p Democrat farmer too I know the peo in such numbers and the pe in that neighborhood and I know rare marketed stimulated by higlur prices market is not mortgagalso that they will not vote as this for other meacs All this is disappoint Â¬ tells them The honest and e-holder ing to those who hoped for light maiket Â¬ indubtrious farmers of Concordia de ing of sheep en account of the enormous serve a merchant who has their interests decrease reported ii our national Hock feeling for at heait one who has some But it fihou d be remembered that tho plain people but unfortunately for everything considered sheep are nj low- Â¬ them they havo not such a man er than other live slock and lamia aro Tin he outspoken Democrats at hlglier Ano her iiignificant feat ji oof Â¬ too Five are cou are farmers the situation is the enlargement of tho nt cted with tho bank four nro stock- Â¬ consumption of mutton Not many men one saloon keeper one school years ago sucl numbers of sheep ai non teacher one merchant and God only come to the market could not have been I know absorbed at ary price but now they aroÂ¬ knows what the others are taken readily U piiiea that compare fathey do not earn a living by tho sweat vorable with those paid for pork aud of the brow Their bauds are strangers beef Our people are far from beluga to the farm tho initio the shop but mutton eating people yet There i j still their lingers are so nimble and slick that room offor a vast increase in the consumption good mntton provided it in not they ran turn a Jack from the middle of too costly as compared with other meats the deck but of courso continued prac- Herein the mutton producer has au ad- Â¬ tice has something to do with turning vantage over tho port and beef produ- Â¬ cerhis home market is widening while Jacks etc theirs has reached its limit and can only Notice thetto fellows hands if they extend witli the increase of population over condescend to clasp yours That National Stockman soft cold clammy hand It reminds one of a bull frog Did you ever clasp a laborers hand that felt as soft and nas Â¬ ty The owners of these hands are the bolters of the Democrat Convention They are only fit to twirl gold headed canes dangle their diamond chain play I was tronblul r long time with cards and write letters telling the people Hick headiiihp It wiis usually nc how to vote conipiinied with Severn pulliH III tho In conclusion let me say to all men temples mid hIcUhchh at tho fltnin who aro honest who have hearts who ach I tried a good many remedies love their wives and children and recommended for homes who love their country and their tills complaint but II was lint until I lie neighbors who love principle above party jiu us in tho fight to elect Bryan BJn taking and to right the wrongs which have been upon us since 1873 W B Arnold Pills that I received Hf urt 111n iinrmfl- i Jesso L Test Esq an old resident nent bcnellt A sin and highly respected citizen of our town gle box of thpso pills did tho work called this morning And alter purchasing for hip and I inn now n well man a bottle of Chamberlains Cliolic Cholera L II IUtciiinop Kuit AuburjiMo For tho rapid euro of Constipa Â¬ If any Â¬ and Diarrhwa Remedy said tion Dyspepsia Biliousness Nmu one asks you if this remedy will do what is claimed for It tell thum yes and re- Â¬ sea and nil disorders of Stomach Liver nml Rowels tako II Alexander Stoke fer them to me No ono can doubt Reynoldsville Pa the value of this medicine after giving it a fair trial Then it is pleasant and safe to take making it especially valuable for children For stle by A It Fisher Pills druggist Tilr and Plplomaat KxUl Jim Ilennen is working his etemer jWVnjfW i Ajtr7 Â¬ on a Government contract in Rough riv M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bran-donbu- -g Â¬ Â¬ he endured his pain and prepared for death with that calm courage and Chris-Â¬ tian spirit that have characterized Ills long useful and honorable career Ho was conscious to within two hours of his death Besides his faithful wife Dr Iusey leaves a family of six children Thoy aro Dr Henry K Pusoy and MIsa Nellie Pusey of Louisville Mrs Fani liiBy Gooch of Columbus Ohio Mrs T 8 Gardner of Bowling Green Ky Mrs Bettie Lewis of Gnrnetlsville Ky tud Mrs Chas Jarrett of HopkinsvllU Ky Had he lived until January 2d next Dr Pusoy would have rounded out the scriptural span of three score years and ten Dr Pusey was appointed Superintend- Â¬ ent of the Central Kentucky asylum for the insane by Gov Proctor Knott and was succeeded during Gov Buckners term of office by Dr Byrne but upon Gov Browns accession to the governor- Â¬ ship Dr Iusey was recalled and took up the work where he had left it When be took charge tho number of inmates was about 300 and the buildings inconWhen he re- Â¬ venient and inadequate linquished office upon tho appointment of his successor by Gov Bradley tho in mates numbered between 1100 and 1100 and the buildings were models of their kind in every appointment and the sys Â¬ tem of treating the patients the best that has yet peen devised It was through his efforts that the legislature was brought to realize the importance of the work of caring for the States unfortunates and for the appro- Â¬ priation of 0000 for improvements was turned over to him unreservedly How well he used the money is best demon strated in the model institution that excites the admiration of every visitor to Lakeland Applo buyers are thick at Hawcsville and vicinity Lt Hung Cheng is addicted to tho use of cigarettes Bubscrlbe for the Nrws and keep posted on all matters There were 288 failures in tho United States last month Shoes were not made rights and lefts till the year 1472 The Madison vlllo fair lost week was a pronounced succi ss A new free silver dully has been start Â¬ ed at Bowling Green The weight of the smallest humming bird Is twenty grains Ono hundred families are homeless by a fire at Norfolk XV Va Two prhoners havo raado their escape from the Louisville jail A new party has been formed in Idaho by the sliver Republicans Major T P Tureman of Carlisle Ky died very suddenly of fiux A Bryan silver club 500 strong has been organized at Henderson A free silver club has been organized at liawesville with 125 members Two months longer to wait thon we will know whether it is gold or silver One of Eddlsous the Inventor asso- Â¬ congress ciates has committed suicide at Chicago III SJ01701 of soap grease has been ex Â¬ ported to Europe by the slaughtor houses Tlio Intense itching nnd smarting inci dent to eczema tetter salt rheum nnd other ilineftscfl of tho skin Is instantly allnved by applying Clinmhcrlalns Eye ami Skin Ointment Many very bad cares have liecn permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient foritiliing plies nnd a favorite rem Â¬ edy for soro nipples chapped handx clill Mntnx frmt Mies and rlimnlo oro cyu For sale by drugjits nt 25 cents per box Till SKItf Â¬ In addition to the Common School Course classes will Under a new inannKemont be sustained in Hlsdier Uranches Bookkeeping and Penmanship a specially Day pupils wanted For tontiB of tuition etc apply to KHAHMON MEAVITI jlrlncPRlfl- - THE HAEDINSBTJRGNORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 - Try Dr Cndyi Condition rnwdcrs they are jiint what a home needs when in had condi Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge J OU00RNB J M IIARPJ2H DANIKt BKOOKfl L WTwyman George 8 Fulton G B Likens John J Craycroft T R McBeath The Grayson county court house The following amendment offered by which was recently burned will be re- Â¬ Judge Graham of Grayson comity was built at once also unanimously adopted We hereby request tho executive President Cleveland would not allow his name presented before tho Indian- Â¬ committee of this district tn name a time and place and invite the executive apolis Convention T S Gardiner a prominent and committee of the Peoples party to meet wealthy citizen of Laitchfl Id will locate with them with a view of harmonious action between the two parties in this in Bowling Green It took oyer a million tons of wire to district Chairman Jones of tho Hardin coun- Â¬ construct a telephone between New ty Populists took the floor and thanked York and Chicago tho convention for what It had done The feeble minded instititute building and pledged his own earnest support to at Frankfort was destroyed by fire last the Bryan ticket week Loss 15000 It is not unusual for druggist to rec- Â¬ ommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their customers Many nf them have used it themselves or in their families and know from personal experience its great value in the treatment of coughs colds and croup They know too that their customers are their best friends and naturally wish to give tliem the most reliable medicine they have fir those ailments Mi ears Daugherty Bros prominent druggists of Indiana Pa say We sollmoro of Chamberlains 1600 nvn are thrown out of employ Cough Remedy than of any other cough ment by the closing down of The Edgar syrup and always take pleasure in rec- Â¬ ommending it to our customurs Mr Thomson Steel Works at Carnigeo Pa II M Urey the popular druggist at Fre An eye sore a sore eye or two sore donia Pa who has sold Charnberlnins eyes may bo cured by the us- - of Suther Â¬ Cough Remedy for several years s iys lands Eagle Eye Salve 2rn a tube at 1 can truly say that it is the best cough all dealers medicine in the market For Eaoat Ed Grief a young lad of Paducah 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fish Â¬ climbed up on top of the new Methodist er druggist church and could not get down The Measuring Hay in Stack fire company had to come to his rescue Wallaces Farmers says Farmers as a The Breekeyridge Coal Company had 4000 acres of land that wtua swept last rule regard a cube of seven feit that is year by a forest fire on three thousand a block seven feet long seven feet wide acres not a living tree or bush can bo and seven feet deep as the equivalent of a ton Wheather it is or not depends found liawesville Plaindealer on the solidity of tho cube and this de Â¬ An eye for an eye and a tooth for a pends on the kind of bay the way in tooth is the old Mosaic doctrine but the which it was put up and the preasuie to doctors of to day save the eye sight by which it is subjected Stacked hay will applying Sutherlands Eaglu Eye Salve not hold out under this measurement It cures all forms aud you can buy a tube while timothy hay in the bottom of a anywhere for 25c large mow might Our experience with Emmett Brown who claims to be from stacked hay after it has stood two Louisville and says he is well connected months is that it requires nearer five in that city has beeu arrested at Bards hundred cubit feet or almost a cube of town charged witli robbing u young man eight feet to yield a ton of hay in weight named Clemens of 7 He stood his The only sure way of getting at the examining trial and was held over to amount of hay in the stack or mow is to Ciicuit Court weigh it Where this can be done one The Owensboro Messenger of Friday stack can be weighed and the contents Edward Bradley a car- Â¬ of the rest estimated with reasonable Sept 4 says penter 730 Crittenden Street while at accuracy Even then a knowledge of the klud of hay the way it was put up nnd work on the roof of a cottage yesterday accidently fell breaking a bone in his the length of time it has stood is neces Â¬ arm and otherwise bruising himself He sary in order to do something like exact justice between man and man was attended by Dr Hoorer An unknown man threatened to take the life oi millionaire W K Stratton if he refused to pay him 1200 An attempt was made to burn the Ohio county court house at Hartford last Thursday but proved unsuccessful Some unknown person entered the pasture of W K Griffiths of Danville and stole seventy five head of cattle A reward of 250 has been offered for the capture of tho fire bugs who have been operating in Lawrenceburg Ky A II Anderson a wealthy farmer of Indian Fields Clark county is still using a feed trough which was dug out of the trunk of a white oak tree by Capt Elisha GofT three quarters of a century ago The old trunk Is still in a fine state of preservation and seems good for anotfior century There Is nothing to prevent anyone concocting a mixture and calling it sar and there Is nothing to pre- Â¬ saparilla vent anyone spending good money test Â¬ ing the stuff but prudent people who wish to bo sure of their remedy take only Ayers farsaparilla and so get cured The twelve months old babe of Mr and Mrs Joseph Carman weighs ono and three quarter pounds They reside near Nlcholasville and a prominent physician of that city pronounced the llttlo fellow in good health but said would never at- Â¬ tain maturity The child is carried around in a small lunch basket and leaves plenty of room to accommodate another It can speak distinctly and walk without the assistance of anyone CO BOURNE BROOKS The Willnrd8 New Face The friends of this famous hostelry celebrated for years as headquarters for political conventions church assemblies and secret conclaves of ancient and mod- Â¬ ern ordcrp where the initial steps were taken that cuimtnated in the making of 9ATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Governors Senators Legisators Supremo Judges Grand Masters Potentates and High Priests of Masonry will scarcely LOUISVIL1 E KY recognlzi the old lobby their council BOURBON STOCK YARDS chamber dim halls ancient dining rooms etc so geat a transformation has been effected by extensive renovations and tupeib new furnishirgs Thli Is tha licst mnrlcct nnd onrs Is tho best homo to ship to Wo milco llbcrat iul Its unsurpassed location and admirable Besides iro havo better facilities thnn other houses In having vnnrvK on coiulKiimenti sustained reputation have enable tho many largo fsctorlcs to supply wo pel you mo top price mm pay sioi cosu r not lit trade no irnvcnug agents amp mi yuur wool auu iann proauos uin ct u Wlllard to escape tho stress which has been so severe upon other hotels during LOUISVILLE KY 110 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court the past tnree years of depression and the manager Mr W 8 Miller Jr ap-Â¬ preciating the prosperity which has at Â¬ Tha mor tentr llu located RATE8 tended him determined to institute 23S PER DAY Hotel in Uuclltf further improvements in the cuisine ser- Â¬ vice and appointments such as would give tho Wlllard undisputed proemin enco among first class hotels and these improvements being now completed the guests amid sumptuous surroundings can congratulate themselves upon pos Â¬ sessing everything conducing comfort and content as well au satisfying the most cultured taste Among tho most notable improvements may be enumerated an entirely electric plant and heating apparatus for lighting and heating every room in the hotel latest in improved sanitary plumb- Â¬ ing throughout the house with new bath Wharfmasters Steamboat Agents and toilet rooms on each floor at the CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY cost of over two thousand dollars kitch- Â¬ Local Agents en entirely remodeled and supplied with Homestead Fertilizer Company and every culinary convenience new Im- Â¬ contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ Standard Oil Company proved ranges and gas ovens handsome gen in the proportion of one Dealers In new windows and wainscolting in dining Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor to five room Italian marble Bteps at Ladies Ing and Celling Weather Boarding euterance and in hall leading up to the Shingles Salt Lime Cement tiled balcony overlooking the rotunda Laths Plaster Plastering offices halls dining room and bed rooms Hair Plow Handles newly papered and painted and every Bricks Etc window hung with handsome now drap- Â¬ Estimates Furnished for Buildings and eries Over twelve hundred feet of rich Building Material Moorish tiling laid on parlor floors contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ besides two thousand and more yards of velvet carpets in parlors corridors and gen the former greatly in rooms The John C Lewis Co who excess ozone and is very did the carpet and drapery work through- Â¬ soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ CARBO 15out the Wlllard state said that this was ates it it is raken into the the largept contract they have ever un- Â¬ lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ dertaken HARPER H Commission Salesmen of Live Stock r WOOL WOOL HERNDON CARTER CO E4 Â¬ SSKflwfe J0HSL IouisyilleKy GREGORY CO The Air We Breathe DrsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen SCOTTS MGESTIVt Rev Mark Miner a Dunkard minister purifies and so goes directly of Deckers Point Pa says ho can recom The great nerve remedy for INDIGES- Â¬ to the seat of all diseases mend Chamberlains Pain Balm to any Â¬ TION Alalnutrition NERVOUS EX Send for our 200 page one In need of a good liniment and that lAUriTlON PALPI IATION OF THE HEABT Lews of Appetite Flatulency lie considers it the best he lias ever used Treatise Sent free Pain Balm is especially valuable for Constipation Billiousnestt and kindred aiiections One teaspoonful of this elixir rheumatism lame back sprains swell- Â¬ will digest 2000 grains albumen ing cuts bruises burns and scalds It Does yout food sour after eating Aro 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Do is one of the most remarkable mediciues you easily confused and excited San Franclscu Cal Toronto Can In existence and its effects will both sur Â¬ you get up in tho morning tired aud un ntfreslied nnd with a bud Uiste in tho prise and delight you For sale at 25 mouth and 60 cents per bottle by A R Fisher Is there a dull cloudy sensation at- Â¬ tended by a disagreeable feeling In the druggist OLD RELIABLE head and eyes Â¬ ed by the blood which it - Drs Starkey Palen I Taachers Association Tlte Fifth Magisterial meet at Custer 1890 at 0 a ni Association will Saturday Sept 10th Are you irritable and restless Does your heart thump aud cause you to gap for breath altei climbing a fight of stairs Docs it distress you to lie on your left IKOaitAM sde HUGHES Por CHILIS and FEVER NEVER IAIIiS READ MrJoi Atkins Grermboro Ala In th clnitf bislncu for twenty live yean and nevtr havp iuld anything that irave uch titlfaction n Miller Walnut Grove Ml Sur I have been telling Hushe Tonic for veart It hat tupcrteded all other In iny trade lor t lis malarial country It it the very medicine we need Mr K retrlOlaigowKywrltctMy daugher contracted dull o prescript t on ever gave moie than tempomry re litf Two boIeluflluhe Tunic cured her completely She had no chill after the dose Albany Mitt Hut Ionic told not a failure re A phvtlciauhcre hat been cured ported by ui ntf Ilushet Tonic after trine to cure himself It is a pleasure to handle tuch u remedy Sick Headache Permanently Cured County Supt an important Limb in the entire System of Educa- Â¬ Supt Driskell tional Supervision Joe Trent Influence of the Teacher Tim Sensfs CRCarlton Debate Should Political Issues be taught in the Public Schools F W llaynes and Warnie Macy affirmative T J Mooie aud Warren Macy negative Miss Bettie Harned Eisay Best method of securing a School AV T Gregory Kinds and Importance of Attention Miss Amanda Pullen How to gain the Respect Confi Â¬ dence and Love of Pupils Miss Jessie Brown Model Teacher J O Lucas Wesley Tucker Roy Harned Frank Sklllman Adam Tucker J II Hicks J H Hoskin son and Sidney Hall It is a big thing to say but ueyortho The Teacher in the Social World Sam W Tucker and 8 IIGray less true that a great multitude of peo- Â¬ Board of Trustees Duty ofTrustees ple have crowned Simmons Liver Regu- Â¬ lator the King of Liver Medicines All parties Interested in education There is nothing like It for Malaria cordially invited Rheumatism Chills and Fever Consti- Â¬ J H Horkins Vice Pres 1 Lom Sidney Ham pation Biliousness Sick Headache In- Â¬ Anurbw Dkiskem Pres digestion and all troubles arising from a sluggish or diseased liver Simmons Worth Its weight In Quid Sutherlands Liver Regulator is tho prevention and Eagle Eye Salve cure for theso ailments AT MADIS0NVILLE The Forty Niners Will Hold Their Re Â¬ union at That Place on Sep Â¬ foreboding Tin st i symptoms are sometimes ac Â¬ companied by frightful dreams and are a ways distressing to a degree caused by no other class of ailments and means that you are suffering from Dyspepsia aid xun voud Exhaustion Thero is no other remedy extant that las done so much for this class of trou b es as of vision depression oi mind and gloomy Have you impaired memory dimness Scotts Carbo Digestive Compound the stomach to perform its uaturul func Â¬ tions nnd will be found superior to Cod L ver Od as a fattening agent It puri Hi s and enriches the blood by causing tbe food to assimilate properly If your case has resisted tho usual methods of treatment we are particularly anxious to have you give this Compound a trial We guarantee relief in every cose and will cheerfully refund your money should our remedy fail to produce the most gratifying results Please remember that the appellation Patent Medicine does not apply to It corrects all theso conditions causes nrnUVWnNew Atk for HUGHES AND TONIC insist on Ior 600 Sal and nothing else by Drujnjiitt T 100 BOTTLES and Merchants BANK Of NERVELIFE KKDs JLr physician who bos made stomach and Capital Stock 25 000 nervous troubles a specialty for years We court investigation and earnestly Surplus 17 600 urge all physicians to write us for the formula of SOOTTS fi F BEARDfywIcjnt COMPOUND which wo will mail WILL MILLKR VfoePrMldBt ou application that they may satisfy H II HEARD Ctihler themselves of its harmless character anil excellent virtues GW BEARD J MORRIS KSKRIDUK - -- DlroSor Scotts Carbo Digestive Compound OARBO-DIGES-T1V- E Scotts Carbo Dlgestlve Compound It is a prescription put up by a leading HARDIUSBURG j3 j AI M1 tember J2d We aro informed by Mr John Mont Â¬ gomery that this years reunion of the Kentuoky survivors of California emi- Â¬ grants during tho gold fever of 1840 will be held at Madisonville on September 22d and it is expected to bring together a goodly number of those old gray heads who will be boys again if only for a single day Mr Montgomery la enthusiastic In tho matter and has already received cheer Â¬ ful response from parties In different portions of the state expressing a deslm to attend We ask our exchanges to kindly mention tbe matter that any sur- Â¬ vivors who may live In their respective countiei may be informed as to the time and plac of the meeting ntftt- lain tlpmrs tf H rAl M r H AYERS JrMym i r iJr AYERS Cathartic Wii Hawmille Plaindcaer Iuri Rummage the Whltesvllle mer- Â¬ chant who as mysteriously disappeared from home about two years ago leaving several of his creditors In the lurch as mysteriously reappeared at Whltesvllle on last Wednesday night He bad not been head from In his absence and his sudden return was a surprise to his 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