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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRE0KENR1DGE NEWS VOL XXI JEFFERSON ON CLOVEKPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1896 MARK HANNASFUND THE CORRUPTING PURPOSES FOR WHICH IT IS USED Â¬ NO 9 PREE 8ILVER THE THING Do You LODIBURG Two h THE JUDICIARY Judges Not Arbitors or Constitutional Quostlons Want To Cast Your Vote For England or Tho United States Some Solid FactsThat All Interested Should Read This Carefully Â¬ Doaths The Same Day Hon Joe Parker Spent Friday Night Wllh A M Hardin -- Miss Llllle Avltt Returns From School Hit I Bottled Dp W D CAIN LUMBER COMPANY W D CAIN Manager Secret Political Agitators Put on tho Pay Roll of Manufactory s Employing Many Hands Should Know Everyone oer from tail wtek PEOPLE THE ULTIMATE POWER Tho Single Tribunal fdoa Is a Very Dangerous Doctrlno and Ono Which Would Placo Us V Under tho Dospotism of an Oligarchy Judgos Are as Honest As Other Men and Not Moro So Â¬ f If thrro is ono plunk in thn Chicago pint form which tho Republican news- Â¬ papers of tho country hnvo moro fre- Â¬ quently misconstrued than nuothcr mid against which much of their venomous criticism linn been directed it is the ono which rolntcs to fedornl interference in local affairs or morrt especially to what is termed in tho platform as govern Â¬ ment by injunction No sooner had the platform rccoived tho adoption of tho Chicago convention than tho cry was raised by Republican newspapers in nil parts of I ho country that tho plank in question was n delib- Â¬ erate fling nt tho supremo court It was even charged by soino of theso zealous Kuardiaus of tho nation that tho Demo cratic party in adopting tho income tax plank was aiming at n radical chaugo in tho organization of that tribunal It is needless to say that such ridiculous charges as theso wcro inspired by tho demon of rank political hatred rather than a patriotic soHcitulo for tho wel faro of tho nation No man of any in telligence whoso familiarity with tho courso of judicial pioccedings in this country for tho lust few years is of such n character its to enable him to judgo proporly of what tho language means can possibly seo anything offeusivo in thn plank Tliat tho Democratic party had a right to enter its protest against arbi trary interference by federal authorities is uphold not only by tho spirit of tho constitution but also by tho oxprcps language of Thomas Jefferson himself Chrouiclo pub Â¬ Tho Sanford Flo lishes n lotter dated Snpt 20 1821 mid addressed to William O Tarvis at that time editor of tho Boston Republican in which Mr Jefferson makes uso of tho following tcrso and explicit Ian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 f tp You seem to consider tho judges as tho ultimato ai biters of all constitution I questions n very dangerous doctrine indeed and one which would placo ns under tho despotism of an oligarchy Our jndges nro as honest ns other rnon and not moro so They havo with others tho samo passions for par ty for power and tho privileges of their corps Their maxim is Boni judiois est omplicnro jurisdictionem and their power tho moro dangerous as they nro iuofficoforlifo and not responsible as tho other functionaries nro to tho elective control Tho constitution has erected no such single tribunal knowing that to whatovor hands confid Â¬ ed with tho corruptions of timo nnd Iirty its members would become despots It has more wisely made all the departments coequal nnd cosovoroign within themselves If tho legislature fails to pass lows for a census for pay ing tho judges nnd other ofHccrsof gov- Â¬ ernment for establishing a militia for naturalization ns prescribed by tho constitution or if they nil to meet in congress tho judges cannot issue their mandates to them Nothing could possibly bo moro di- Â¬ rect than tho language- in which Mr Jofferson addresses himself to this im portant proposition Surely if tho found er of tho Democratic party could so ox press himself in regard to an ovil which at that timo was only threatened or ap prehended tho party itself con enter its protest based upon similar viows whon tho ovil which Mr Jofferson plainly j resnw has alrondy actually ocourrcd X a timo would como when thoro inevitably bo a clash between tho legislative judicial and oxecntiva f auctions of tho government or rather a timo when each of theso functions would to n certain extent bo concen- Â¬ trated in one nud that tho judicial Mr JofTorsou discerned with that farscoing statesmanship which mndo him ono of tho greatest men of his day Instead of being un Democratic thoro- foro tho plnnk of tho Chicago platform which has been tho subject of greater abuse perhaps than any other is di rcotly in accord with tho expressed viows of Mr Jofforson himsolf To qnoto again tho words of tho grent Democrat I know no safo depository of tho ultimato powers of society but tho peo plo themselves nnd if wo think them not oulightoncd enough to exorcise their control with a wholesome discretion tho remedy is not to tako it from them bat to inform their discretion by edu- Â¬ cation If tho people thomsolvcs have not tho right to enter their protest against tho evils of tho judiolary from what quur tcr can such a protost como In tho clear light which tho great fouuder of tho party throws upon tho Chicago platform and especially tho plank in question no ono can truthfully Itfhig tho chargo that tho platform is not a plain and outspoken expression of genuiuo Democracy Atlanta Consti Â¬ tution An eye sore auoro eye or two sore oyosrnay be cured by the us of Suther Â¬ lands Euglo Eye Salve 25c a tube at all dealers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gwigo The following strong appeal to the En Men Sent to Mining Camps to Work glish people to uso all possible it lltieiire to defeat bimetallism In America and the Mexican Dollar showing the advantages free sliver would Example ho to the United States nnd the disad Â¬ vantage free silver in the United States New York fvpt 7 Jamm Qrcelinati would bo to English flnanelerc nivnlly a staff correspondent of the Nuw York nppenred in the Loudon i en h No 8 World who hns been looking for Mr Read it and decide whether you wish to Kinley sentiment in tho West wires to vote for England or your own conn that paper from Milwaukee try Tho worst element in this campaign Tho financial sitiulion iu the United is tho part wliirli Mark Ilantins fund is Slates is very serious nnd it demands playing Candor compels mo to give the the immediate attention of British limm fact without regard to whether Mr eiers and statemen Thn trade of the Bryans election would be a good thing world is now in our hands but It will not long or a bad thing There is plenty of evi States goes remain there it the United to a bimetallic base with frt o dence in my opinion to snow mat tins and unlimited coinage of silver is rapidly becoming tho most corrupt Willi tho addition of silver to tho and corrupting political struggle known voumn of tnonoy everything In Americi would take on n new face labor and In to the American people would gain life The grip Bryan may bo defeated but tho influ- dustry gold standard new the products of of the on ence of tho money nnd of Mark llaunas the world would be loosened nnd prices method upon the voters ol Wisconsin in would rise Great Britinn would lose common with tho voters of other states her markets in South America Asia and will not disappear after election day Europe nnd American ships would not Let mo give one example I speak of be long in capturing tho carrying a matter I know nud understand Tho trade of the world British creditors must now apply Reliance Machine works owned by tho Edward P Allie company is situated in themselves quickly to the American Milwaukee There are employed in this money problem Tho American people establishment something like 1800 men are now thoroughly aroused and edu Â¬ Hero the Bryan sentiment is very cated on tho power ami use of money strong It Is an absolute fact that IS and mRile desperate by debt and busi workingmen in this establishment aro at ness depreFsiontliey are forcing free silthis moment on the pay roll of tho Re ver ns tin main issuo Great Urltain need fear no injury to publican state committee as secret politiher trade of investments if tho Republical agitators Their companions aro ignorant of this fact and do not suspect can party can force a protective tariff as It The result is that these men havo the main issue in tho coming presiden- Â¬ an influence which they could not possi- tial campaign but if free silver domin Â¬ ates the American mind and carries at ble viield were the truth known The Republican committee has nlso the polls it will bring about a change I am informed upon its pay roll a huge in England that will bo ruinous in its nuraberofmenin another establishment suddenness and severity Tho dnmug which employs about 2000 workingmen that can be done British nnnufactures In several of the factories hero gold by a protective tariff Is slight compared standard arguments are pinned ench with tho disasters that would be entailed week to the envelope containing by n change from a single gold to a com Â¬ plete bimetallic standard wages Tho success of free coinage will bring The republican committee hns also sont men into tho mining districts uf down theratoof interest on monoy nnd Wisconsin to tiler 15 in Mexican Bilver cause an immediate raise In tho price of for 275 in American money It is im- nil commodities When fcilver becomes possible to make an honest statement of primary money the American mines tho political situation In Wisconsin to- will pour their products into the mints and a new era similar to thnt produced day without revealing theso facts The Republicans havo nn enormous by the issue of gretnbacks during the campaign fund and n political machine civil war will begin Gold will have tho like of whlch has never before been the banks nnd enter into competition seen in tho state Tho Republican com with silver in tho avenues of trade nud mittee has nlrfady distributed moro the manufactories of the United States which hae been shut down or crlppixl than a million documents in Wisconsin Tho McKinley literature is printed in since 1892 will again resume their flht lor the English markets English French Danish Polish Norwe It matters not to Gieat Britain gian nnd German and spread broadcast by the ton Yesterday in anticipation whch party succeeds if the gold stand of Sunday and Iabor Day coming to ard is maintained but either of the old gcthor after Mr Bryans visit to tliecity partits or a new party which gos into the Republican managers hired every power pledged to free coinage will by bill board iu Milwaukee for three days inimical and prejudicial 1 English man- Â¬ and this morning 4000 cartoons repre Â¬ ufactures and trade The American people ore massing senting Br an opening tho mints to Europe and Asia and McKinley opening now on free silver When that issuo the factories to American workingman comes fairly before the American people were displayed It tukes money to do Eegland will regret her apathy anil ad herence to the single gold standard that sort of thing 1 1 fr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STANDING FOR ANOTHER What is moro difllcult than to stand in the stead of another and to net fur that other And yet this is a duty which conns continually to us all Represen tatives in Civil Government delegates to conventions attorneys act for those whom they represent The appointed caretaker of a child acts iu a degree for the parent and tho parent in turn acts as tho representative of tho Heavenly Parent toward the child Feeling this responsibility many a parent with the best of intentions becomes sadly misrep resentative of the Infinite Wisdom Ho tins a burning desire to exercise his di- Â¬ vinely commissioned authority But he forgets that ho Is not standing in the stead of a merely omnipotent Being but of ono who is omniscient also la he as much exercised to know as to do God knows the childs weaknesses physical and mental bis peculiar difficulties ob- Â¬ structions trials nud griefs He knows his capabilities his dehirts his silent uncommended achievi ments of character This Heavenly Father In his om- Â¬ niscience knows all this and as much more about the child as there is to know No earthly parent can know a tithe of it But does lie press himself to tho same extent to represent the omniscient One In d aling with the child as ho does to represent the omnipotent Ono Does he recogntzi the gaining of knowledge of the childs nature as the prior requirement to the propor exercise of mere superior power and authoiitj It is for us all that wo have an Advo Â¬ cate with tho Father Jesus Christ the righteous This Advocate is at onco the true representative not ouly of the power but of tho wisdom and know ledgo and wisdom of God He is there- Â¬ fore our peifrct MsBter He Js never uniuat tous but alwajs true to us for ho is at once the all knowing One as well aa the One of all loye and of power He is the peifict pattern for every one who Is railed upon to represent or to act for another in any sphero of Ufa Hun day School Times Â¬ Â¬ Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tastes good is good nnd do s good An effictual positive and permanent euro for chills fever nnd aeue Contains no poison An anti malarial and nn upbuilding tonic n blood purfiir An appetizer aiding digestion It makts the Large bottles 50c complexion good Guaranteed by nil dealers Dr Â¬ Â¬ SAMPLE The Sick Improvlng Glrls Worth 2 School Opens Soon Visitors Returning Home 00- - vl Itpjtan tf fu n ami ll OASTOHIA sjT lie Vtifftf Ittr Freo silver and plentj of money Rev J II Mntsey Is improving at this writing Mlsa Nellie Miller has returned from Cloverport Lock breaking has got to he very com- Â¬ mon about Sample Mrs William Jolly is somewhat bet- Â¬ ter at this writing O L Pate of Hardlneburg was visit- Â¬ ing bis daughter last Sunday School will begin iixt Monday with Arthur Mattlngly as teacher Mr and Mrs Tom Carr of Alton Iiul nio visiting Mr and Mrs Connor Miss Annie Bennett was the gu stof Misses Addle and Lucy Jolly Sundae AJ Bennett has list completed painting McGlothan fc Cos store at Union Star Claud Brashear and Clinrliu Cahman of Union Starwore In town awhlleSatur day evening Mrs A J Bennett and Mrs Millie Jones spent the day with Mrs F G lUshain Sunday Mrs Crittenden Jones and son Roy of Oklahoma is visiting Mr and Mrs A J Bonnett of this placn Well Mr Editor no what do you think Sample girls sru going nt 2 00 Do you know who wants another one Ellsha Richardson of Louisville re- Â¬ turned home Sunday after a ftiw days visit at his fathers D S Rlchardfon of Union Star Mrs Faille Le and daughter Miss Lillian returned home Sunday at Owens boro after a four weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Bud Adkins rheumatism lame back sprains swelling cuts bruises burns and scalds It It is not unusual for druggist to rec- Â¬ is ono of the most remarkable medicines ommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy in existence and its t fftcts will both sur Â¬ to their customers Many of them have prise nud delight you For sale at 25 used it themselves or in their families and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fisher nnd know from personal experience its druggist great value in the treatment of coughs colds nnd croup They know too that A SWELL AFFAIR their customers nre their best friends nnd naturally wish to give them the Society Given a Treat Tho Beautiful most reliable medicine they hnvo fir Home of Mr aud Mrs Beard M sirs Duighorty those ailments Thrown Open and Guests Bros prominent druggists of Indiana Pa say Wo sell moro of Chamberlains Brilliantly EntertCough Remedy than of any other cough ainedsyrup nnd always tako plasure in rec ommeuding it to our customers Mr IlAumNsuuim Kv Sept 7 lSM 11 M Urey the popular druggist at Fro The donia Pa who has sold Chamberlains event of the season wns tho reception given on last Tuesday evening Sept 1st Cough Remedy for several years says I can truly say that it is the best cough by Mr aud Mrs Percy M Beard in hon medicine in the market For rale nt or of their Bister and brother Mtss lies ste and Mr Marvin Beard Sildomis 25 and 50 cults per bottle by A It Fishn more gay or attractive throng seen er druggist About one hundred and tlfty invitations were issued nn I few ReguU received BEWLEYVILLE Tho largo residence with its lofty rooms and spacious halls which was bri Advantage Taken of Leap Year Baptist linntly Illuminated was crowded to over- Â¬ Protracted Meeting Full Attendance flowing while thu well kept lawn with At Quarterly Meeting The its lummoeks swings niiitic sent etc Sick Convalescent etc was also tho scene of revelry Mrs Hmrd who proved herself au admirable hostess wns assisted by the folowing Wtathercool aud pleafnnt Malaria lurking aiound in all Boris of Misses Miry Board Aunbi DeJnrnett EHzibeth Beard Mr Frank Mircer and places MrB Dr Milner As tho guests arrived IVrtners busy cutting corn nud getting they wero shown at once to tiie dressing ready to sow wheat rooms by Miss Ciishman and Mr Marvin Mrs A Jordan who has been III a long Beard who also assist d time lias gone to stay with her mother As each lady arrived her nanr wns awhile written by Mrs Dr Milner on a dainty Mtes L na Drury has been quite sck card tied with the colors white and green but Is now much better and able to be These were thoroughly mixed nnd pass Â¬ herself again ed to the gentleman who drew a caid Miss Annie Johuson will he assistant and escorted the lady whoso name it con Soon tho supper tained to supper of Bewleyville school room was thrown open nud the guests Miss Ada Diury lift Thursday for her school She will teach in Crescent Hill led by Mr B F Heard flit il in when Bev Wm English n turned thanks for Mis G P Jolly is making an extend the bountiful supply of good things ed visit at Mr Piggotts spread before them The table was a Miss Lula Nunuelly continues to visit dream of lovelimas with its drzzlng friends in our community lights handsomely embroidered work Mlsa Julia Sanders Mrs J T Stlths lavishly displayed its china silver and visitor It ft Sunday moaning She leav s above all the decoration which were one sad heart certainly the work of u lists The up Allen Stlth and sixter MIfb Mahal per was served incourss and n quired pats d our town to their school near nearly two hours to each table one of which seated forty three Eleven well Hardinsburg trained servants glided about serving the Misses Blanche Jolly and ZdmaStroth er her guest made use cf leap year priv- Â¬ guusts in n manner pleasing to sll After supper was served the gentlem n were ileges Saturday afteruoon ushered into the emoklng no in where A little girl recently arrived here is the they found cigars cigirotts ehowinggutn treasure of Mr and Mrs V J PiggoU flowers aud rockers galore ami enj tyeii Mr and Mrs L A Foote were the them to lilt hearts content while the guests of Mr and Mis T J Jolly Sunday ladles were given arc m to thu entire house at dinner Thu reception hall and pailor were Mrs A E Orendorf and her little grand daughter Edmonia Perrin of beautifully decorated in white nud green Parkland are visiting their many rela While the receiving young ladles were gowned in like rotors nnd presented a tivshnr striking appearaucu ROYAL Baking Powder Mrs Clias IHd was ever ready with Highest of all la leavening selections or the piano which the sever Â¬ Strength U 8 OararaaMat Rtport est critlo could but enjoy and in her Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Almost ever one hero Is for free silver and Bryan Miss Winnie Hardin Is troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia Sam and 0ven Kys wljo nru at work with tho bridge crew were at home Sun day Mr nud Mis Rhoda Thoruberry nud children of Sirocco were theguists of Mr and Mis Dick Hardin last Thursday Mr and Mrs A M Hardin and daugh- Â¬ ter Nina visited the family of Mr Al Adkifison necr Hurdiusburg Saturday night and Sunday The Hon Joe Parker spent Friday night with A M Hardin and went from here to Hardlnsbitg Saturday where he delivered an eh queut speech Miss Llllle Avitt came homo Friday from her school at Preston and went to Hardinsburg Saturday to visit her broth- Â¬ er who is assistant teacher in the public school there Wo Typhoid fever is ragirg hire have nine cases now some havo recover- Â¬ ed but Mrs Mollie Gioon nnd little son Clyde JeBso Parkp Mjrnn and Will Biishnm Asia Miller Koger Baity and two children are very sick with it yet Quito a number from here attended the speaking at Hardinsburg Saturday iu fact nearly every nun who wns well enough to go They came homo Saturday evening making the woods ring with songs and hurrahs nn every ono is still stionger for freo sliver and Bryan after hearing tho good speech delivered by Mr Parker Tho Angel of Death has again visited our midst and taken from us a young man and Infant child Burbon Basham died at his home near here Tuesday morning Sept 1st He had been very low with typhoid fever for a month when God released him from his pains and the toils and cares of this life His remains were inteired in the Walnut Grove cemetery Wednesday Sept 2nd Tho Death Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Rogers Baity the same tinii and took from them a little child which God gave to them for one short year but He who doeth all things for tho best called this ono to join him Its remains were taken to Rosetta Wed Â¬ nesday for luterrement Weep not fath er and mother for your child is asleep in the arms of Jtsus Â¬ 1 Whether in the form of pill powder sr pr liquid the doctors prescription for iis-vi3sr3-Tonblood diseases is always the same mercury or potash These drugs bottle up and poison nnd dry it up in the LARGE STOCK OF system but they nlso dry up the marrow iu the hones nt the same time The suppleness und elasticity of the joints give way to n stiffness the rack ing pains of rheumatism The form gradually bends the bones nchc while decrepitude nud helplessness prema turely lake possession of the body nud it is but a short step to a pair of crutches Then comes falling of the hair and decay of the bones aeon dition truly horrible Contagious Wood VVP0TASH7 Poison the curse lUPDrilDW of mankind is the most horrible of nil diseases and lias nl ways linftlul the doctors Their pot And a general line of Building Material nsh nnd mercury bottle upthe poison but it nl ways breaks forth again attack ing some delicate organ frequently the mouth and throat filling them W D CAIN LUMBER CO with eating sores SSS is the only known cure fortius IRVINGTON disease It is guar- f Mirur ntilnml ntir1 miii table and one thousand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary It never fails to cure Cont iLions nlnnil Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Cancer or any other disease of the blood If you have n blood disease take a remedy which will not injure you Beware of mereurv dont do violence to your system Dont gel bottlulup Our h o o k s sent free to any address 3 Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga iec st Â¬ Â¬ LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOOES BLINDS iron and Steel BEICK Roofing-- Mmw Prices Reasonable Estimates Furnished Correspondence Solicited KY FOR SALE Bewleyville people attended the lr vington and juslnu mei tings faithfully and wo hope they will return tho favor next week and come and help Bro Lewis our Baptist niinibtir who will protract them An event has transpired incur vicinity this summer that reminds us of the days ol ancient Rome when old Cincin natus wascalhd from his plow to assist in tho affairs of State Fletcher Wan ford while engaged iu agriculture pur suits on his fathers farm wns waited up- Â¬ on by Bewleyville trustees nnd given tho priucipalship of school He has fully qualified himself and will begin Sept Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis per 100 apple trees at All other apple trees from two to three years old at 5 cents each Peach trees at 7 per 100 Pear Plum aud Cherrj trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WE S ASHBY OLOVERPORT KY nv v vj A viv vj mo iv JivR sir ww mj 1j W vie w vj w Jt iv Roy Mark Miner a Dunkard minister of Dockers Point Pa says ho can recom mend Chamberlains Pain Balm 10 any Â¬ one in need of n good liniment and that he considers it tho best ho has ever used Pain Balm is especially valuable for Â¬ 16 ifi BWi OO to io Arm VIV VK- - VI si VI Mi Great Campaign Document The SILVER Uf SUPPLEMENT To the FARM FIELD AND FIRESIDE the most complete instructive nnd con Â¬ vincing dUcuion of the silver question ever published s vfi Wo will send from One to 10000 Free Send us your name with ttamps to pay postage p rftr sh I A III lTS 4 We will semi the Faum FiniD AND FlKltSUiH until Nov l Fresh siher JrOr LO WIS Until January Vii I 1S97 AGENTS unT7own FARM FIELD AND FIRESIDE CHICAGO ILL gift vf k s M ZIS AM itt V- - 9 i4 i - j5 ir-- l iJOf K5i -- i - hnppy manner treated ua to some lovely inuiic while many others followed nud kept 113 entranced and all too Boon the hour for our departure came Too much praise cannot be given Mr and Mrs lerry Urard aud to eay it was a succets does but poorly express it Wo all trust for as enjoynhlo time soon Am n those prtsent from a distance wo Dr nud Mrs Wm L Milner noticed Miss Kvn Cnshmnn nnd Messrs A O Cnshiiuu ami James T Milner Union Star Mitisea Myraaud Ada Hanks Ktta English Kev Win English and lrof O b Cnshiimn Steplieneport Miss Hay nes aud Mr June Hsynts Union Star Mrs Charles Held Louisville MUs Schull Mr Victor Bowinor Cloverport lrof Kerrick Calhoun BRYAN AND WAGEWORKERS The Plain People Aro United For Dtmocracyi Champion Owen boro Mesienger The Hanua organs aud orators aro de vuloplng tho deepest concorn for tho workingman says thu Kansas City Times Tor the llrst time in four years lie has becomu the idol of their hearts the center aud source of all their solici- Â¬ tude From their coupon clipping their money shaving their bond jobbing oper ations these llannaltesare turning aside dally in order to waru tho man who labors on the railroad in the store the mine the factory tho shop that if Â¬ liryan is elected his wages will he cut in two and that his dinner pail will go empty How much effect this eleventh hour sympathy is having on the men whom it is intended to gull is shown by the fact that of all the labor papers in the United Sntes not one is for Hanna and McKinley There Is not a single la- Â¬ bor leader cf uatlonal inllui ncu who dos not speak for tho cause cf Democracy as the hopo of the wageworkers The following extract from tho Knlghta of Labor Journnl the ofliclal organ of the order will servo to show tho eeneral trend of opinion among tho workingmen on these matters liryan is the man of the hour brought forth by the necccBsitles ot the occasion Bryans whole course as a politician has been clean consistent forceful manly There aro no dubious utterancea ol his to explain away Ills position upon tho chief issues has been long and definitely established and in their defeuso he had already won his spurs beforo his name was dreamed of in connection with the presidency All thu powers ot wealth and the In Â¬ fluence it brings are already at work to compass his defeat Every legal robber in the United States regardless of Ida former politics every man whose inter est Ilea Iu tho continued subjugation of the wag earner and fanner every sheet which has prospered and grown upon the subsidies to be obtained for treach Â¬ eryall this tremendous force is already moving to prevent the coming triumph ol tho plain people wHMwnawwiB5S5 THR BRROKENRIDGK NRWS GLOYKRPORa KY Breckenridge Jm 0 News 10 7 0 Dbbge Edltori nd rroptUtn 1800 WEDNllSDAY SKITEMMJU 8nbiorlptlon Prloe tl00 Tttr la Adtnc Paid at th End of tin S125 1 Yt SIX PAGES Was Deck A Dkmocrat That would not bo n hard question for any Kontuck Ian to decide Every ono knons tlmt Senator Beck was tlio highest type of a Democrat that next to Henry Clay ho was tliB great commoner of Kentucky that he hlmsolf worked lita way up from anions the masess and that ho win al ways their friend When this great Democrat mado his famous speech Jan uary 18Sfij the Courier Journal did not denounce him as an anarchist they treated him as a great statesman Tlioy placed brilliant and fnycrablo headlines over his speech and ended with the ex- Â¬ pression Tho issuo Fquarely made That Is what tho Coulcr Journal thought then they seem to think differently now Let us examine that speech be causo it is a romarkable one to have been made by a Democrat under a Dem- Â¬ ocratic administration In tho beginning ho declares war on tho financial policy and gold standard tendency as outlined by President Cleve- Â¬ land He evidently did not think them Democrats He further brings into prominence the very question and tho very side of it that the main plank of the present Democratic platform does All through bis speech wo see cropping out this argument there is nothing wrong with free silver except adverse legislation and preconcerted and unwarranted discrimination The ten years that have elapsd sinced Mr ISeck made that great speech serves to prove the wisdom of Ills decided stand against tho financial policy of Cleveland and to emphasize tho soundness of his judgement The following excerpts from that speech show how tho issue waseqtiarely made by Senator Leek ten years ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ while It contains 1207 Simply because ono is legal tender and will pay tho debt of tho owner and tho other will not Yet testod by tho bullion val uo tho trade dollar h worth thu most When our Treasury officials yielded to tho clamor of tLo bond holders and vio Â¬ lated tho law by admitting their right to refuso tho sliver received at the Cus tom House in payment of tho principal on interest of their bonds they degraded Â¬ BRYAN Teachers Welcomed Day BRANDENBURG Association Meets Saturday Undo George Long Oldest Colored Resident of tho Ceunty Dead Twenty For more than twenty years we have been telling how Scotts Emulsion overcomes the excessive waste of the system puts on flesh nourishes and builds up the body making it the remedy for all wasting di Â¬ seases of adults and children but it isnt possible for us to tell the story in a mere stick- Â¬ ful of newspaper type We have had prepared for us by a physician a little book telling in easy words how and why Scottfs Emulsion benefits and a postal card request will be enough to have it sent to you free To day would be a good time to send for it SCOTT DOWNE New York JH at Clovorport Throo Thousand A Gala Poo- - plo On Our Stroots Gabe Board Hurt This Column Gives the Reader nil of the State County and Local Mews Social affairs aro a little on tho wane Mrs Xick Richardson of wero at Mrs Novltts Sun Â¬ Â¬ our standard silver dollar by depriving it of its most important function as a le Â¬ gal tender and now HAVINCl CAlTUIIKI Jndgo THE EXECUTIVE IIRANCII OP THE 10VKR- - ment tho bond holder and their attor neys are bcsclglng Congress to enforce their demand for gold alone in the settle Â¬ ment of their claim all law justice and equity to tho contrary notwithstanding by striking down the silver of the stan Â¬ dard value of July 1870 which they then demanded and inserted in the fnco of every bond they hold ns ono of the coins in which the bonds should be paid It is hard to do justice to their audacity in temperate language J I hardly think 1 am equal to the task and will not at tempt it I can however get the facta before the people In speaking of bondholders ho says But I would require them to take the same coins both gold and silver that all other creditors of tho government receive I shall always oppose the grant or recognition of any superior right or privileges in them or in the obligations they hold over those of other citizens I would divorse them from politics nnd deprive them of power to control or influence legislation by contracting or by contracting or by expanding or by threatening to interfero with our currency as was done when they obtained President Hayes veto on a memorable occasion A careful peniBal of the speech from which these encerptaare made convinces one that the gold standard Democrats as charged by Senator Beck were drifting away from true Democracy ten years ago and have been drifting further away ever since until now they are willing to override tho will of the people and to set aside the decision of the majority at Chicago thus striking down the most EXCKI1ITS mOM HENATOK llECKs BIEECIt vital principle underlying true DemoWill the people follow a few No more intelligent and satesman cracy When Senator Beck like message taking it as a whole lias false teachers I can however get the facts be ever emanated from the Executive said Mansion since I havo taken part in pub- Â¬ fore the people he evidently did not lic affairs hut I disagree with the Presi think so lie evidently believed that dent and ills aflalrs as to the manage the people when once informed as to the ment of our currency and coinage and nature and cause of a great wrong would I propose respectfully but plainly to right that wrong The great issue which state the reasons why and to point out Senator Beck outlined ten years ago is the remedy I recommend as a substitute now placed equarely before the paople for changes proponed in the message and for the first time You can right the wrong in November by voting for Bryan official report 1 believe that it can be demonstrated and Sewall that gold and silver coin and the paper representative of both stand on an abso There were 3000 people in this city lute equality before the law that three last Monday to greet tho Boy Orator fourth of our officials to pay the money of the Platte It is true all of these received at our custom house to our pub- were not Bryans supporters but the lic creditors in the manner and for tho great majority were that way Bryan is purposes prescribed by the law of the creating more enthusiasm nnd ho has a United States more genuine following among tho masp The present crusade against silver is es of the people than any man who has only another evidence of the audacity of offered for the high office of President in the orguiixition of wealth j they have this country n the last half century always secured all they demand however This is all indicative of his election unjas their demands are they havo Euccet tied in alarming the president and The gold bugs prate nbout the demorSecreury of tho Treasury as they have alizing effects of feo silver in Mexico done preceding Administrations they President Diaz says Our merchants are threa a to use the power which our conservative and business failures nru liKVSKve them over our currency rf rare in Mexico Tho appreciation of withiawing from circulation among the gold and the increase of exchange with peopb and if need be from tho country countries operating under the sold stand the go 1 they control and ttius derange ard has operated to reduce importationx even it ruin follows the business of the and stimulate home manufactures Every concession increases peopl thidr audacity adds to their power JcixiE Hargis of Louisville is as good a Man must be mado some where by a stump speaker as we have in he stat thu r preseutativo of the tax payers on on the money qutstion He hp lh- an ab olute surrender of all the inone-ta-- courage to say juht what he beliyvt s If tercbt of the country into their it hits a Itepublicau or a lioitoi rat it hand- - must follow doesnt make any change in his twin t s Ti fio is not nn outstanding obliga The Judge btlievee in calling tliii gs by tion tit the United States nor of any their proper names state municipality corporation or indi vi Inn which cannot bo legally and lion The DUiocats doAii at K m a e ar Â¬ oribU discharge by the payment of the ranging for a bi raily and 11 ig raising in present standard silver dollar VVhat about two weeks Good speakers will rijdit lias Congress to deprivo the deb Â¬ be in ttendance One thing about it wi I tor of that right by adding more silver to be to lay that little nilair at Jolly la t the coin then he ngreed to pay or by Saturday completely in the shade stopping its coinage so that he cannot obtain it It is as palpable a violation Tiikv say that Cleveland and every ot a contract to increase the obligations member of his cabinet have come out of the debtor as to impair or reduce tne for Palmer and Buckner It would standard of value of tho coin whicii the more correct to say that they will vote creditor stipulated in his contract for Wm Kinley and who cares a conti- Â¬ should be paid to him nental France and other countries maintain their silver and paper in all transactions Tnoi jjanus of Kentucky people are re public and private nt par with gold mi fusing to read tho Louisrille daily paperp tier far greater dilllculties than wo have This Is bound to injure the trade of that to contend with no matter from what city A great deal that she oucht to standpoint the comparison is made hae will go to Cincinnati and other points Fiance is little more than two thirds as large as Texas her internal trade and The IndianapcliE bolters will not bo commerce Is a mere bagatelle compared able to turn this State for McKinley with that of this almost boundless con- Â¬ While their whole object Is to do what tent her population is not two thirds as they can to elect McKinley they will large as ours and far less enterprising signally fall her foreign commerce is much smaller than ours gold can be transported from Bryans trip through this State baa tho bank of France in Paris to the bank stirred tho people as the presence of no of England in London in a few hours other man could havo done Ho was they are not as far apart as Kew York greeted by thousands at every railroad nnd Washington station Why is it not done Why is alio not brought to the Bo called degrated silver The freo silver orators iu this county standard 7 ought to go to tho couutry and upeak for tho cause The people aro willing to lis- Â¬ Simply because her ofllclala and her ten and now Is the time to put In the public creditors sustain her silver and work do not repudlato it nor seek to degrade it as ours havo done for years past and The Kentucky Court of Appeals has still continue to do in violation of the resumed its session with seven judges on plainest provision of law the bench Why have the holders of the dishonored trade dollar been Importuning Con Bryan is for tho people and tho peo Â¬ Kress for years to give them In exchange ple are with Bryan for it a standard silver dollar of 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ I Â¬ Mr nnd Thomas F Hargis at tho Wolf Creek Big Baruecuo In Laliolst day IHO Ladies Dress Goods oil Wi Gt CASTORIA For Infanti and Children 7jun Ffc-- Um I Mrs Dugger and llttlo child of Cloverport nre guests of Mrs George Dow den Mrs C C Falrlelgh nnJ MIm Nellie The largest crowd of people ever seen Radley hnve returned from Elizabeth In Cloverport was hero last Monday They were a people decidedly in sympa town Miescs Flora Rnd Trotter of Mauck thy too with thegrent man whom they came to see nnd hear Tho coming of port visited Mrs Chas Coleman last Brian was not the only attraction Clover week port had to rilVr jcMerday but ho was Mrs Dr Chapman of louisvillo visit Â¬ the main attraction There was the big ed her aunt Mrs Neal McMonltile last barbecuo in Inl Mats woods Much week was done to make that attractive Judge Miss Lula Lewis went to Bowling Thos F Hargis vs billed to speak Green with her sisters Misses Mary nnd there and this announcement carried Bess to remain a few days many to Lalleists park I notice Dr R L Newsom of Clover There was therefore a big crowd out port was on hand last Saturday mingat the barhacue and our streets were ling with the crowd nt tho Gait House thronged besides and tho most conservaMr and Mrs James Lewis have for tive estimate put the crowd at about i000 when tho train bearing Air Bryan their guesta Mrs Chas Pattison of Bow- Â¬ ling Green and Miss Eva Carrigan pulled in at the depot The people began to arrive early In Uuston Mr Roland OBrien was hero Suudny tho day They camo horse back In bug gies and in wagons He was a Thoy camo from with his freo silver badge Indiana and from tho counties adjoining gold man but went with the majority at us on tills side It will ben day in the Chicago distant future before our city shall wit Mr C G Moremnu has a new dress mss such another gathering But in nil a pretty fall tinted one iu ids wharf boat the throng there was good order Tho He was tho modiste nnd manipulated boys In their enthusiasm for Bryan be- Â¬ the toning came noisy at times but it was nil in n These hot days nnd tills dry weather good humored way will help swell the sick list everywhere Out at Lalleisls park Judgo Thos F Wo havo no serious illness here all Hargis of Iiuisvllle was Introduced as building up the speaker of tho evening to several Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty have hundred by V G Babbage Esq of Har ninety three pupils enrolled and they dinsburg Judge Hargis was accompan- Â¬ expect to reach one hundred nt roll call ied to this city by Mr Allen Carter a this afternoon Monday young wholesale merchant ot that city Uncle George Long colored one of tho who has recently been converted to sil- Â¬ if ver Mr Carter isawnrm advocate of oldest not tho oldest inhabitant of the county died of old ago last week Ho the cause and is using his iufluence for had been a hard working man inlTis Bryan younger days and proverbially a fine We do not feel able to give to the speech of Judge Hargis tho high compli gardener A big delegation went to Louisville to mentit so justly deserves Tho Judge Among spoke for more than an hour with as hear Wm Jennings Bryan much earnestness as any man to whom them Mr and Mrs Bland Miss Maydee wo over listened He said that the sil- Â¬ Pusoy Mrs Blanche Fontaln Mr R II ver movement was a just cause and it Nevltt and Mr Burton all free silver was on the side of tho people Ho re- Â¬ advocates viewed in eloquent tertuo the history of Mrs Lease Is getting in her speeches the Democratic party and its grent prin- Â¬ all right if the papers do heap criticism ciples which were for the people Mr nnd npply manly epithets to her She Hargis Raid ho had been nil thrbugh certainly lias courage self confidence and the war fighting for the South n big share of I dont care for public nnd the principles Jio held to be just opinion nbout her He was n Democrat still and Mr A M Byerly will open n night he believed that our candidate Bryan school at Masonic Hall for the benefit of had been sent ns ono inspired to help young men who cannot go to tho day the people of the country He did not schools Tho session will continue hesitate to declare that Bryan was a lead Â¬ through tho fall and winter If the attender of men and the friend of the masses ance justifies Hours 7 to 10 Buckner he said whom lie had fought The galleys got wrong In tho office of side by side with was now a deserter this paper last week and part oi the Irv from the ranks Buckner had surren- Â¬ ington or Bawleyvlllo letter got into this dered at Indianapolis ns lie had doue column Our Quarterly meeting is next once before Tho surprise was great to Saturday and Sunday tho lost of the him that the General should do this Conference yrar and thoso services will after being honored by his party ns few bring to n closo Bro Cundiffs labors for men in the State had been But he said the year tho cause of tho people would prevail Teachers Association will bo held hero and ho had no fears of the result in November When Judgo Hargis closed his next Saturday nt the West Hill school speech the crowd gradually dispersed house Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty and male their way to the depot to hope tho teachers will be entt rtnintd at await the arrival of Bryan Ten minutes dinner by the patrons nnd frieids They Â¬ after five oclock the train bearing Mr also hope the citizrns will atteiol the ex ercise morning and afteiiMOi An in- Â¬ Bryan nnd naity pulled up at the depot The engine wns decorated in many col- Â¬ terest in educational alfairc s hat they ors hearing n large photograph of Bryan ask of this community Mr Burton has a uumbe of good near the head light As the train pulled up Blowly in front of tho depot grent books which ho has pined at is pupils There is nothing that our Hliouts of entliu dasm rent the air from disposal hundreds of throats Mr Byan appear Â¬ young people so much need he a us god Readh g uiateth ed on the platform of tho rear car nnd whok bomo literature Bacon knew tho the trutli when silence was restored lie was intro a full man Our duced by Hon 1 It Murray Mr Dry when ho penned that sentence an raid he did not stop to make a speech boys nnd girls have so little idea of tho but that the people mi dit see tho man meaning of words Rading hids along tlmt line most materially whom tlioy might have an opportunity to vote for for Presideut in November The orator from tho bordt rs of the Accijupuiying Mr Bryan on the train Platto will hold tho Auditors of the were u number of distinguished politi Falls cities arid throughout the State cians nnd newspaper men Jo O S spoil bound to day tinmUy by his Blackburn was with the party Those flow of oratory His metaphors and who met him nt Henderson were Hon hyperboles will abound ns usual to create D H Murray Carlt Richardson Chapeze nu enthusiasm with the marnes That Wathen nnd some others J D Bab Â¬ Mr Bryan Is quite a prodigy wo must bage joined the party here and accom- Â¬ admit diffhr as wo may with him on his panied them to Louisvillo Along the issues D R MurrayB friends are anything Texas from Henderson tho train wns met by big crowds nt every point At Irv but reconciled ovtr the treatment ho re Â¬ ington he spoko to about 1500 people ceived at the convention They cherish and so nt all points until ho readied none too kindly a sentiment towards the Louisvillo It was ono ovation after nominee from Larue and the gentleman from Washington does not stand in their another estimation as formerly Well it is an NOTEJ evident fact that 00 lias not been a year An arm full of bequets wero shower Â¬ of harmony Every convention has ed upon Mr Brynn by the ladies ngreed to disigreo from the Pittsburg Hardinsburg nnd nil tho towns In tho meet early in the action down to tho Ellzabothtown assemblage interior were largoly represented Gabo Board son of Mr and Mrs Tom The good old farmers from tho coun- Â¬ Board born IlHynes was sevorely and try came in about twenty at a time perhaps fatally hurt last Friday by n The gold men would have us believe large pole falling that the silver cause is waning but truth in tho tobacco on his head Ho was barn when the accident does not verify any sucli proposition occurred He fell eight feet tho pole Ono striking incident which occurred striking his head Gabe is a bright when the Bryan car pulled up at tho de- Â¬ young man and has received excellent pot was the action of Cornelius Burk a school advantages fitting him to fill veteran of eighty four years Mr Bn k worthy positions Concussion of the said he was bound to shake hands with brain is tho trouble and grave fears are Bryan and with unusual spryness he en- Â¬ apprehended by his physicians deavored to get upon tho rear platform The brilliant New Yorkers Bpeech witli the candidate Mr Bryan seeing notifying Gen Buckner of his nominatho dangerous position in whi h the old tion is one of the finest and most elo man was asked some of tho boys to take quent speeches Ive read in 00 The him dowu This they did and Mr Burk Louisiana orator said volumep but the to shake Mr Bryans hand heart was not touched the sympathies Omi Palmer nnd Buckner Politically failed It is said that In Louisvillo the crowd were not aroused the tears did not suf too dead to akin that greeted Bryan surpassed in numbers fuse the eyes by Its perusal It is eaid Piety thousand people greeted Bryan that of the Grand Army of the Republic Gen Palmer has no enemies but is bo- at JMiisvllle The Tests Mrs Hobert Bowmor of Hardinsburg showed no baking powder JJi la Attains a Iiulilv tRtcmnpil Aunt was tho guest of Mr and Mrs A B colorod woman of this city died last Frl- - Sklllmnu and other relatives for several so rure or so great la leav days last week enlng power at the Royal J DiUHI4tl MUUUIOi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Woods n Trimmings jLcices p His running mate is a pure noble grand Kentuckian who has tilled every trust with honor nnd who deserves the prrsjnt graceful compliment The ceremonies Saturday night at tho Auditorium said mow fully than any act for thirty years that the north and south nre united Wo nre all proud of the part old Kentucky has taken in tho drama but a feeling of sadness creeps over us when wo rtlljct that the fhg unfurled lloats only over ouo wing of our party Wo rre told tho advocates of Democracy will all weld together again ns they nre custodians of the same vast interests I doubt it It is to day Republicanism A good many of us went to lrvingtou to see tho mnn who has so suddenly burst into notoriety and who certainly commands much admiration if we do not agree with him on his theories Mr and Mrs Wm Rhodes Misses Lillie nnd Virgil Mrs R II Nevltt Misses Lena Nevitt Mabel Hardin and Annie Don durant Henry Nevitt Jim Bondurant and your correspondent made a party to see and henr the 10 to 1 nominee The crowd numbered nbout fifteen hundred or two thousand nnd was most orderly Mr Bryan was in the last car on the platform and beside him beaming radiant wero Chapiza Watlicn nnd D R Murray Tho orator eloquent in figures of speech when ncctssary mado brief quick nnd concise remarks in explanation of the 10 to 1 idea Ho looked jad Â¬ ed and worm out and was very hoarse Tho handshaking was not carried to an extreme but Henry Nevitt had tho su Â¬ premo satisfaction of grasping his extend Â¬ ed member as well as Jim Bondurant a red hot Republican To tell you tho truth Mr EJilor I enjoyed tho ride nnd seeing so many old friends as much as I did in beholding tho benign countinauco of tho silver clnniplou of renown Miss Lucy Frank was eo chatty nnd had just received interesting items from your litHe city Chimes of wedding belles in the near future Mrs John Nevitt looking as frer h nnd young as when I saw her as a girl tho Misses Munford Miss Beulah Bennett oh ever so many but its mall time I wns n woman nnd talked treason but If Iliad been of the stronger sx I would hnve been more caution for it was n rampant crawd of 10 to 1 and dont you for Â¬ get it Mr Arnolds article iu lost issue was written witii a pen dipped in gall Such arllclcs usuullt nusner themselves with all clear minded right thinking people 0ie thing though I with to say the editor of ttis ornny other paper is not responsible for the utterances of his especially when their names are signed These columns aro open for ventilating opinions Mr Arnold asked tor space to do so and it was granted I have been asked to reply to the gentle- Â¬ mans nttack on some of our prominent citizens but each ono is fully competent to cope personally socially politically with any bolt or shaft nimed at ids do voted head Mental labor Is as severe as physical toil Tho farmer is the peer of the banker with all unbiased unpreju- Â¬ diced minds Each is equipped and manned for tho channel in which he is to run The merchant the school teacher all stand side by side in this work a day world In our free Republic no ono mnn stands alone His own ca- Â¬ pacity his own ability ills judgment often his environments place him where lie can best servo himself and his fellow man Tho prosperity of ono insures tho welfare of the other No citizen has the right to atack the individual opinions of a fellow cltlzm Neither to interfere whon and how a man shall conduct his private business to forcloss a mortgage as lie deems best Ac Mr Arnold has n perfect nnd unbounded riht to awe it liis viows so have bank presidents mer chants stock holders nnd school teachers without being accused of arraying them tolvts against the sons of toll Nothing is so absurd to me ns for one man to ac Who cute another of such attitudes draws the line Tho accuser Work politically for tho nomlueo that suits one let individuals and individual opin Â¬ ions alone Im th is mighty and will prevail Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ loved by all i1 t Ribbons I Strong Lines of Special Value TEX Bethel College e Russellyille Ky Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate For Illustrated Catalogue address W S RYLAND President frmrmrarmrVr msVWW SSQAQSl to 1HE DAVIESS COUNTY IS A PAIR SUEE GO AND WILL COMMENCE FOR 1896 OGTOBRR6th And Continue Five Days They arc 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 J 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 eiven there will be no entrance fee and everybody has the same chance Dont be afraid of freeze outs you have cot a show every time nnd if your horse is the fastest you cet the purse and it costs you nothing to enter The Price of Admission To see the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to 10c so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Hall Display Will be up to the usual standing nnd will be as attractive as last year Ihe Poultry will be first class The premiums good and the quantity and qyality of the exhibits nre are better every year The Prospects for the Fair roiflsuDflon CirH To the Editor I have an absoluta remedy for Consumption By Its timely usa thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured So proof positive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to stud two bolllts fru to those of your readjrj who have ConsumptionThroat Bronchial or Lung Trouble if they will write me their express and nostoflice address Sincerely T A ELOCUM M C IU Petri St tw York t IAUrnrUuuuUtUilfoiMruurntiUga BT Th UltorUI Is first class crops nre good the people have been stayintr at home want an outing so look out for the best fair for years ou needn t he afraid to bring your boys and girls noth ing goes this year but first class entertainments no in toxicating hquors of any kind will be sold nnd nn old Wl tickCt REMEMI3ERÂ¬ THEDATES- - OCTOBER B 789 thr 10 1896 PPty to the 4 mM AND ITS Excursion Rates by River and Railroad For prlvilicges apply to T A PEDLEY Mgr Owensboro SecretafmiUm informatio TT Worlds Fair ud Uuilnaat lUnigmDt ol rj T Vir r ij a TmTTk 1 - TiP C it ii2it secretary Trmr t uJU licai 4vvw OWENSBfmn trv mmr-tvrrJ t- jU KtfftTWtffflffiafft WTKTJ7 tJ fc ifT T T FPJ laitigfU m THIS BRElGKElNRLlDGK NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY j Breckenridge BURTON Goos Wost What Ho Saw What He Dono Ho Tolls The News all About It For tho News 10 1890 WEDNESDAY DKITEMIIKU abuso tho free silver cranks an much ai they deserve I would surely bo happy But Pembina is reached last town in my beloved and misgoverned country nit quite so good as a few miles back but ilearns Hearing tho line tho first time in llfo A short stop my ticket ends another is secured take me from my naÂ¬ The Htuis In tho I lag Aro Bllvrr t lrui lle laud of grain Out of tho Domes the t inn I of u ng mm aro singing High on Him i inutiluln mill over tho plain U tho flash uf tin- - Hjk tin y im briiiitluK Wilenino tho Lhiiiii r Us no fircliii run Ioil they nro llvir tlin stars In tho iltc1 AUF Bay not WltDEnCEhEN The sounds have all re LOUISVILLE MWT HGIWn UUTTEK Oemtlfcy BENEFIT OF HIS FRIENDS is I I i r UiiECKKNiuiHii News limine taken trip through tlio trreBt Nottli weBt at reqiieet of Olenitis will rIvo a Miort ac I left JSoinitof it for tliclr pcrutnl jJoiiiavillo over tho Monou railroad A tiff tilst Tlits road runs through a grand and beautiful country aud isaud addi- Â¬ tional proof to confirm my opinion that Indiana is one of Uio best stales in this Uuion I taw most of tho famous lied lord Stoue juarrics which is quite an Important industry Wo arrived at Chi- about 0 p m lioving had about Twelve hours of daylight run to see the lovely country which is equal to if not better than the country traversed by the two other inain routes through Indiana Wo left Chicago at 11 p m taking u sleeper over the C J3 A Q The firBt rnjBof September light found us on East bank of Mississippi river at Savannah III We also met an old acquaintance for the first time this fall whom you all know but have not seen flack Frost lie reminded us that we hail left our old overcoat far South But as o boldly started home witli Jack iu a few minutes almost straight north on east bank of tho father of waters We ascended the river all day reaching St 5aul at 4 p ui having traveled 442 miles from Chicago I was not well pleased with the country through which I traveled that day The scenery would lave pleased a woman being pictur esque but tho sand bars and sand banks mid blufls had little beauty to me ex cept lake Pepin which is traversed about twenty miles by the C B A Q iThia is a delightful lake I had almobt forgotten it since I studied geography in ray school davs Pepin lake was a test question of mino in geographical con tests The lake is but an enlargement ol the Mississippi river being two and threo miles wide It is also very deep whereas the river is oft jn not more than two or three feet deep Any one travel ing in the north west would do well to spend a day or two here St Paul is reached an army badge pinned to my left lappel I soon became tired of describiug the many bloody bat- hs through which I had passed and no Ifiicken to be gained as a reward for ser vices like iu the Lewisport Association I concluded playing soldier was not so nice as playing pastor of the Cioverport Baptist church hence I equandered ten cents in sound money on ttreet cars and lauded at a bicycle parade in Minneapo- Â¬ lis I wish I could tell you all about the bicyclo business but if Bro Babbage published it no more free sliver would get in the Naivs this fall suflico it to say II saw all kinds of people iu all kinds of costumes in bloomers aud those that were budding for bloomers I visited lake Harriett a fashionable tesort iu suburbs of Minneapolis This lake is two and seven eighths miles in circum ference They have a grand pavilliou Much money oil hi seat 5000 persons has been spent to make it a great resort We next took in Minnehaha Falls anoth- Â¬ er romantic resort next the Minnesota State Soldiers Home Hard by the above Fulls aud Park we traversed the principle strees of Minneapolis Many of the private residences are grand and beauti- Â¬ We saw the great ful iu the extreme I iiiHOiirry unei n iisiiuuru mum tut ejreai est of the world Thus the 2d day of September passed and night found me in St Paul for three hours helping women on street cars bound for Minneapolis We followed this occupation until near midnight aud got many on by lifting them over the railing that would have had to camp with the soldiers Each car was packed with from two to thirty boys and young men on top near the deadly trolley Tho police would clear the tops of the cars and they would be The boys would tilled on next block bang on outside two and three deep and ride twelve or fifteen miles Many men and women camped out or walked to Minneapolis Midnight came worn out I sought two rooms which I had engaged and both bad been taken but Hon Joe Tn ills badge found me free quarters and a good bed with a NewYoik regiment in a Bchool building near by Septem Â¬ ber 3rd fouud me on Northern Pacific for North Dakota miserably poor coun tfy until late iu the evening Many pretty lakes but nothing to recommend until New York mills in Otter Tail coun- Â¬ ty was passed then we struck a nice country with lovely little lakeB and good land Go there boys if you have money Per aud can stand tho cold winters ham is the first nice town west of St laul on the Northern Pacific I here took the vote on the train for President McKinley 127 Bryan 3 not voting I stayed at Winnipeg Junction on night Sept 4th at 7 a m out for the of 3d North pole Got struck on the country quick and as usual got worse struck the further I went North Dakota is reach Â¬ ed at Grand Forks and a grand couutry tMversed every mile and getting better Oiover one hundred miles the richest prettiest blackest soil I think in the world down the Ited rver Valley of the The greatest wheat garner of North the earth tho greatest oats country there in sixty bushels per acre a common yield a great barley country a great flax seed country too far north though far corn They only grow it for fodder it only produces little shoots If my 600 acres of land was as good as this North Dakota land and down in Breckenridge where I could get out and county side-trackÂ¬ Â¬ tivity many havo their money changed to that of Great Britian Tlu y look as though they woro glad it was Round as gold aud no discount But here wo go the conductor kindly shows us the boun Â¬ dary parte whiz and wo are euhjict to the potty coat government of tho great nations of Brltan Well I must not kill anyone or steal and brake any of the great English laws and I need not fear But how funny to have a woman rule over you many of you know how one feols somo might bebelteroflif to ruled But train stops a sioux Indian iwul 1 get oir together neither vnis thinking of lion tho Queen was going to receive us Come back here wiw mi iiiolluUHivn llntBtern command and tu In th of u The Indian obeyed but I in ver could catch on quickly how to plrnse a woman henco I did not think of Jueeii Vie hav Â¬ ing sent a man down there to take my grip from me and see what I had brought her hence I walked on but she is a wo mau that means businew and a Recond command coupled witli I want to open that grip made tho whole great tarill question flash acrots my memory and I hastened to obey and apoligiz- for my Adding I was going thoughtlessness back on next train and not thinking of the matter the olllcer was nice nnd said ah then if you will leave your grip here with me it is not necessary to open it which I did and being then free I amused myself first by watching tho Indians heavy grip run through after which many others An hours time was very tediously employed in protection of tho Queen from imposition by Uncle Sam Tlie woman seemed to dislike the exam- Â¬ ination of these packages most but it had to bo done tho Queen beiug a woman I suppose she is like all otheisof her sex more suspicious of her own mind than of others but all is finally adjusted and we move on plucking as we go abequetofgrasB from tho Queens land of Manitoba Nothing worth re- Â¬ lating on our return until we readied St Paul Here we spent a day ot Como Park and Sntlling both worth a trip to the north west to set The Como Park is much like other northern city parks shrubery and Its beautiful flower lakes are too grand for me to discribe I here saw a woman bicycle ride on the water She had to have a man along though to have a mau along she was not afraid of the boat turning over and netting drowned in the deep lake but Ol if a mouse had been hid in the wheels of that little bycycle boat what would havo become of her far out on the lake Foit Snelling is a U S military fort of All Minnesota considerable history volenteers were collected here It was from this Fort that the north western nutbrake was operated against duiing There are about our late rebellion 1200 acres in the military reserve and very tine quarters for both the soldiers and the officers all and each officer hnt a pretty aud expensive homo fitted up for him most nra married and it is n de- Â¬ lightful place The third infantry are quartered here I met two or three Ken tuckyboys fro in New York who piloted me through I will never regret tho time and expense of viewing tlicfio grounds but I must bid adit u to tho north a sleep er is ready going south iu O B A Q aud daylight will find mo at Savannah on Mississippi The trip across northern Illinois is made in a four hours run aud a great country it is fine and well iin Chicago is pioved every fact good reached The great westt ru city spends its Sab Â¬ We visited the baths on bicycles Worlds Fair ground Jackson Park is the saddest cemetry I was ever in the grave yard of the greatest show by a hundred fold ever held in tho world what a pity it could not have been hold until every American citizen could have seen it The grounds seem to be immense Distances are much greater ap parantly than when tho show was iu progress Tue old foundation of the liberal arts building indoring thirteen acres looks almrst as large as the original entire Park did I visited the Masonic Temple a twenty story building and listened to Editions great music b x We took stroll to lake the phonograph park and saw the great work of redeem ing fifty acres of lake to raako a park The dirt from every part of the city aud much from mauy miles in the country Last but not least iu importance I visited tho Republican headquarters aud learned that McKinley would be elected If we have any sinn Itepui Beans you can bet four or five to one as even 10 to 1 on Iowa 4 to 1 on Indiana 2 to 1 on Illinois 1 to 1 on Minnesota North Da- Â¬ kota South Dikota Nebraska Kansas Oregan California Washington and Old Kentucky 1 to 2 on Tennessee and Missouri Let tho further northern states alone I to 1 on West Virginia Maryland and Djluware 1 to 2 on Virginia 2 to 1 on New Jrsey and 200 tu 1 on New 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now at tin Mi op iiikI the forge and the mill With tho beads on hi r Lruiv Lulior KtuiuUtli Wlint is this uiiny n prisiehtiirf at t 111 And what Is tin thing It omiiiiiiiilntli Would It Old tlloi I mm battltmeiits ilrisT Look they nre Mler tho stars In tho llugl Hark to the ry from tlio loom nnd I ho fields TIs u ery liL tho ny of it luotlur Men of tho eiiit would you rilmi golilin shields In a war or a friend nnd n brolhcrt Who says our banner Is iiiinruhys rne7 Iook they uro sllri r the slurs In thn llngl Bllve r not pod nro tho twoseoro of stars And they ti for our counlry Its story Down with tin liiid of tho Hliilnck who tnnrs For ii niensiiro of kold our Old lloryl Heros tho reply In p utocricya brag Look thoy nr slvi r tho sars In thu fligt -- Kiw Vi rk Tournnl 11 your haml with smh n Word Our ways sirt heif aint i t O Iovh ami yet I eiiiiniit leuvo jou till in aoul bus heard Tho ehuriu to brllut me to our sldo analn Tho dear Auf Vtlislenieliin Hay not Adiett Thn wonl bus liltldeii Jain Within lis fnmlKn niMiits sweet nud elnir That haunts my hmrt with sud nnd hoiielewt strain And pleads with duty just to linger hern mid then Hinlln coiiniko in my ijei WhlMr Auf whdi rw lull If thou wimldst himi It buy not rurnwoll I on limit loom Rrit LOtllSVILLU KY Kept IS 1811 Bhlppon iboulil mark all isokkej plainly tilth shippers name and poit oSlee address Choice country Medium Creamery n ja Q 40 15 25 o u Fresh K008 10 a lo lo- li FKATUK11B Prime white gncse Mixed Old Ho 1 duck M 35536 it so Thn word llku n wan Imnd wan s ns apart I cannot Iuivp nielli llelllne will not go Until yon wlilssr ljini on my heart Thu fol leu lirldxi Utwern now nil 1 then Tho sweet Auf w bdersi In n Graio Dulllu llio Inn In Auuritun Jewess rOULTK Hem per lb Sprint Chickens per doi bucks per lb Occie por dot 1 0 rATOKS Irish per barrel New La hweet potatoos per hbl From store 2 to cts hlghtr Navy Deans per bushel HOOTS J 10 00 I a7 253 00 12j4ft 13 3 5ll 50 l Oil 75 3 00 2 00 7 JOHN DOE AND RICHARD ROE Tmi rromlnelit Names and Their Ortulti In linalmiil Tlio liiniMS of Vul anil amcaster began and tiiildl with Mliifo within a drcade Nuilnn ami W lliiigtou pur siietl mtitiiul cuiiiiie tor only u few fa brief yearn but two btlllgerelitD mous in legal ciirles seem to huvu been prcdcstiuul for ottinal combat and lis I Kit Â¬ 2 50j PHILANTHROPIC STILL HARPING ON THE OLD TUNE Now York News Iiivisllgittii GOLDBUGS A Tho COLDBUGS REPLY CntiM Do Willi n Correspond rntit Question ccnvir widen t of tho New CAMPAIGN OF EPITHET lint It A recent York Evening Post asks this question of its editor Tho demand for fold IM Knntly Increased ot latu rum nntl no such IiiiNmmi Iicm tulten place In IU production Erto Uh ubfoluto vul e Its value IniMhiired In other eoininol If lthH huH In lutoy mm rlwii mid will contlimu to rise Qivin tlio fonKoinu HtutiiuentM n correct It follow that t lit jold ntundnrd will txi unfair to every dibtar fur on tlni maturity of Ills loan lie will Ih furud nut only to return tliHtiuin burrowed i ml tiitiimt but also to return ooinu nddltlonnl imount In valuo representing the riko In tho vjIuu of cold in tho Interim 1 should bo obllced if tlio nblo writer who hus already dlajiemod cf nnmy fltriuciiil falla cies In your columns would brkfly explain If this U untrue Tills is tho nblo reply cf tho editor of Tlio Evening Post Tho assumption running lirouh this nrgu lncnt and coiihtitutinu its uurp iuil wcof is that nttcr pioplo huvu made couracta for dollars tlio Rourninc nt ouht to m to it that when tho contract inntrro time ollirs hnll be worth nelihvr moro nor Iimj Hum they wuro wliea tho contractu woro lutulo Wo uro not prepnrtd to niy that Hitch n ttnii inlulit not bo devised u only nay that it huinotyit been devised and Unit In theiibmnco of a system wh mint depend on clunco or on trial by Jury The sllvorlliu tin nisei vcb Bay llut it ought not to bo left to chance Yt t trial by Jnry in every such enso Is Impracticable and Its costs would probably bo liko thosn in tho fablo where the monkey k rvwl as uniplro between two claimants for n cheese tho whole of which paused don n his own threat w hllo ho was trjlng to dent out exact Jutlce to tlio 1111 Runts Tho point Is that debts are of lnllulto variety ns to amount nndduration Tho vastly greater part ore those which run fiom day today or week to wok or month to month The debts settled at the clearing bouso today nrowhat tho banks owed each other yester day and what tlio banks depositors owed each othor tho day before In order to correct u supposid Injustice affecting n few contracts dated 10 or 20 years ago It Is proposed to sealo every other debt tQ per edit including your last weeks washing bill Wliutklndof Justice is that Even this eminent champion of tbo money power is seldom compelled to fo squirm and wrigglo to dispcho of a financial fallacy And yet ho cannot get away from tlio bunks and bank de- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hut ft Conies to IaM Tlint the Hard NmiHM All Coma Itom tli Gold Side It bus como to pass that iu this cam paign hJnewd and conscienceless jour nals mid politicians havo distorted into sedition oveiy manly uttcruneo of the real champions of thnpiuplo If it bo Â¬ Â¬ ltceords unit Sin How llio irltnciuaii Investlgatii tin neord of tho u en who nro loudest In thoir uptial to unuiirki rs tu op IKwo tho frio tolmuo ef Klver lseiuso It will bondamngu to then lyr mpi IHiik thini to rttclrn 8J ei nt dolluri instead of IU cent dob hirs exninluo thn retold of Hush mi n nnd It will bo found In nearly um ry rasu that tiny aro men who would Jump it thu rhiineo of paying their employs in 5J eelit dollars Tho natural conclusion it that tlio fiarof thesoinen Is not that they could pay the Ir men In Si etnt dolhirs but that tin y would bo com pelled to pay their nieii moro luO tint dollars than they nowilo bprlneUi Id IIN Itielster lliry lltelr Lot llnrenp Benici Smtku Ink Yellow Wild lilnjtor May Apple lllood 2 40 2 75 54 tfi 5 lnjy Slipper KIKLUSKKDS 5 Ju 21 4 1 2J ReiiHionp Â¬ positors uhilo his point isthat debts nro of infinite vuriety an to amount and So they nre nnd tho point duration is likewise that tlio chief injnMieo of a currency that i steadily rising iu valuo is not from debts iiutdo mid dischaiged in a few ilnyn lint in tlioso that have been running ns many yetim tho injus tice being just SOU tunes gieater to a debtor of a years duratimi then to that of n days duration While the ro arc many debts that run for dnN or weeks only tho leal tstatc nijitgio indebted lies of tho country i marly and it is this and not debts that banks owed each other yvstcrdiy nor last weeks laundry bill Unit it would bo unjust lo pay in an appreciat Â¬ ed cuncuoy Â¬ -- 1000-000000 said that wealth should boar its fair slmic of tho cost of government they ory Tiensniil If demand bo made for such regulativo logislitirn that the cor rupt bargains Willi lailroud ofllcials which created tho Staudaitl Oil trust shiill not b paralleled they cry Socialism If wo ulc that great bankers bo estopped from tkplt ting tho treasuiy and multiplying the lmvlciiHof taxation littlo of which tiny Lear by corner ing gold tho parrot ciy is Anarchy I And when we insist that the debtor shall not be compelled to pay back his debt in money twice nsvaluablo as that he borrowed tho friutio shout of all who prollt Ly this spoliation is Repu- Â¬ diation I Aro tlicro not two sides to this cam paign of epithet Even those who have flocked to tho banner of McKinley ad mit their opponents to bo nearly if not quito their equal in numbers What is to bo said of the patriotism of men who hold half tho citizens of tho United States to bo revolutionists robbers and nnarchists What is to bo thought of tho intelligence of a class which ns sorting its possession cf all real knowledge on public issues meets every ar gument in opposition with intemperate nbuse Aud what of tho wisdom of thoso who worship wealth however got and howovcr eiployed as something nobler than manhood moro worthy than patriotism That classes should develop In n na tion of gieat population and of growing wealth is inevitable That Ibis election should hiae taken on tlio nppciiritnco of ii struggle of class against clui s of tho rnor ngunst tho rich is duo to tho folly of the spokesmen of plutocracy in denying any sincerity any patriotism to thoso who attack unjust methods of money getting and methods of liinuey usii g dangerous to tho well being of tho commonwealth and its people New Yiiik Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tluits the idui tsictly Iuvehtluto tho records of the men who urn now mi loudly liewnllini tlio thienteiied evils of freo silver nntl its elteet uiion tho wageworkerrt Iuuieiiue if jou can tlio vast quantity of btiny teals Andrew Carnegio is wiepine ovir tlio idea that ho may be able lo iiay hia einplnyees in CO cent lolluiH Tluiik of the sonow that must till Marcus Aurelius Hauiias tliu itlea heai t w hen hu ponders that unless ho can maintain tlio pold Htaudard he will hai to tut the Wildes of his workmen in tliu oilfields ami coal mines by paying them 50 cent dol- otr Â¬ lars for their work Conjuie up in your minds a vision of Ilobml bewailiue tlio fact that if freo silver wins tlio day bo will be ablo to pay tlio giils mid boyH in his tobacco mills just half what lie pays them now Rejoice in your lieaitf oil yo wageworkeiH became tho Ktvui coiporatious aro takiue such intercut m maiutaininir your watesl But wliilo you aro doiui theso tilings bear in mind tliat all theu words of sympathy aro being uttered beforo election Invcstipito tlio records of theso men nnd Hud if you can w hero and when any ono of them ban ever divided tlio profits witli Ins employees Investigate tho records Omaha World Her ald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TORTURED BY THE TONGUE Some Men Who Iteail Tills Will Sym pathize With 1oor Junius Hm murmured Mr Junius from A man falls dead while hii paper smokiiiK lii pipe nntl Tiicrol cried Mrs Junius raising lur needle nnd voico with tlio mhio pen Â¬ Iteiublicii Iioleruice Republicans in New Llghind do not go about tlioii political bulldozing with shotguiiH lint they ompoy just as ef- Â¬ fective weapons for their section President Audrews of Brown university is it tariff roformor and free silvcrite it appears aud tho Boston Commercial Bulletin notes that it is currently re- Â¬ ported that tho business men of Provi dence and olsewhero au n unit against making gifts to a college engaged in tlio dissemination of tbo most flagrant heresies of free silver and freo trade This wo assume is a fair spocimou of tho tolcrauco of political opinion in thoso parts of which wo hear so much in lectnros to southern Democrats Charleston News and Courier The llrltUli Candidate Should ft gold stuudard president bo elected n bill opening our mints and restoring bimetallism might bo paused over his veto but under tho system of legislation by international agreement wo could not possibly ris tt measure over Englands voto It would bo final as tho Republican platform proposes to make it Iu declaring that wc must not chango tiio gold stuudard until wo can secure tho consent of England and other foroigu countries St Louis Â¬ h Tlio raliner ltutkuer Ticket General John McAuley Palmer has been Dvmccrit Republican and Domo ciat and is now a gold Domociat which is neither fish flesh fowl nor good red herring As to his scat iu tho senate two Populists added to 101 Democrats put liitii there They say ho promirid to voto for silver at till times and on all This ho denies nnd leaves occasions tlio issuo thus Perhaps 1000 will vote for Palmer iu Illinois Whether theso voters will bo votes diawn back from McKiuloy or taken away from Bryan divides opinion Tlieio is a general thought that it would bo largely otherwiso n stay at homo voto falling to noithei sido and therefore instead of rusting weapons equal ly barn less as shots fired into the air Tlio main purpose it is known inside of this third ticket is to cnablo gold Democrats to air their sentiments on tlio stump thus seeking to divide the paity and olect McKiuloy MoKlnley h election they freoly concedo is tho cud they feck rud if n voter confesses a de sire to loto for McKinley ho will straightway bo urged to do so ONE THING LOOMS FOR PROPH EOV THIS THIRD TICKET CLEARS THE DEMOCRATIC TOUT NONE liUl DEMOCRATS ARE ON WARD AND THE FUTURE COURSE OF THE PARTY IS AS SURE AND UN ERRING AS THOUGH JEFFERSON WROTE ITS PLATFORMS AND JACKfcON HEADED ITS TICKETS Alfred Heniy Lewis iu Now York Jour- Â¬ nal which Tlio cibluz cold standard Messrs McKinley and Ilsnlia are plcdgbd to mulutnln Is waking tlio usurers richer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tnra Isnt that what Ive ulwajv Haiti And yet you will no on day after day with those iiorrid old cigarrf and me slaving my life nway doing up huvu cur tains that mother gavo us out of lie very money sho mved up with lur own hands keeping liens and haul enough too I can toll you w ith eeigs only a cent inch tho very moment hens began laying as they ought to and Id liku to know wheio you think joull laud Juliu Juniti if you keep on smoking your lifo away Oil but it ih only a step and for pitys sako I wish youd fix that ouo to tho front door before Eomo caller trips over it aud biuaks tlio knob with her bonnet and you know Ive begged you on my bended knees to leavo oil beforo its too lato and not die suddenly liko this mini youio reading about witli your lifo insurance run out and bringing everlasting disgraco on your wifes family Rut what it provok ing creature you aro Julius Junius to sit tlicro grinning and lelusiug to fay n word and you know I wnnt to hear tho rest of tlio particulars just as well as yon da Ah his wife stopped to coal up Mr Junius laid down tlio paper ho said Tlio man was tl ytnrsold EOftly fconiebody pat u cartridge in his pipe for n joke and it wtnt off aud Bitot him And when Mr Jauius came in frtdii the evening club lu vifewas r till flow ing on unbiokt nly Tut k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They aro John Doe and Richard Roe Timothy per bushel 80 4 25 Twin brotlieiv creatures cf tho crea Clover per bushel 3 00 tive British legal mind tht o two men Crimson Clover per bushel He J Tup per bushel 85 of mystery huo juizzlid thu astuto Orchard linns per buihel I 10 minds of judges mid lawyerH and havo lllue Irnss fmiy p r luihol 85 caused juries to hang in tlio jury room Illue Grass extra per bushel 55 1 25 while iittempting to pour oil on tho Onion fcete Yellow per buihel White 2 50 troubled wttteis cf litigation I1IDKS Under thu leigu of Ktlwaid HI when Oreen ood a bi i tlio patient and plodding Saxon was Dry Rait good 8 picking his way out of feudal gloom a Dry flint good Iu a II Sheep skins 10 40 new form of legal ptoceduio was enact- Â¬ WOOb ed by parliament fcr ids telief Tub washel m 21 John Bulls loo of dominion over Urease 15 a lo laud is only equaled by his desiro to Hurry fine vO li secure doiuiiiou over tliu high seas aud black 12 13 in tliu past us it is now true of thu Harry and Cots H a 10 MISCELLANEOUS pieseut whenever ho got n hold a 4Jf IciMhold n copyhold of any kind upon Tallow Ileeswax 25 a spot of earth gieat or small he Sorghum Molasses 15520 would cling to it as though tho spot was u hallowed heirloom To repossess tlio Kuglishmaii of his real cstato wiongfully withheld from him a writ of ejectment was imonted V Hitherto his means of redress lay n wiit of right or n writ of en tluough try writs wrapped ill a cobweb of mnu mid technicalities This writ of ejectment was the mother of John Boo and Richard Roe Theso sons twin boy J e1 S7 woro to her as Punch and Judy nre to tho wamleiiug mountebanks and under liamo of ono she gathered all tlio complaints of tho plaintiff aud under tho ii OUti i 1 minio of tlio other all tho defenses of tho deft iidant and thus two armies meet in legal form while hoodwinked justice in wig uud gown shakes tiio d icebox Slowly tho power of monarchy wan- Louisville Hendenonl St Louis Rylo ed and tho power eif tho people grow in strength in old Bnghind Tho maternal 3iTO colonies left tho maternal roof mid set Kiiglaud up housekeeping but both in anil America theso two biotlieis John TukliiK itfcrt Doo and Richard Roe keep upitfio famAt 6C0 oslck A Sunday Mar 22 1SS5 ily quart cl witli fratiieidal intent Atlanta Constitution Wttt Ihuitd TVntns Eitt Ilounil Train Â¬ Â¬ li X N VrW- P Â¬ w mfi- I Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE ll i 4l Muil A Kxprs Kxpr Hail 12 Vi 10 Â¬ About KyeRlasses aro sounfortunato us to bo com pelled to wear eyegluvkes or spectacles see that they lit not only as regards tho gla scH but the frames There is noth- If you 41 Â¬ Â¬ Hut who elsu Is profiting by It t York V B Burton Before going on a sea voyago or into the country bo sure and put a box of Ayera Pilla in your valise You may havo occasion to thank us for this hint To relieve constipation biliousuea and nausea Ayers Pills are the best in the world Tuey are also easy to take Inforuiutfou Tor farmers Tho Boston Advertiser which sympa thises wholly with tho Cotton Tio trust says that tho combine keeps on ad Â¬ vancing prices which aro now 100 ptr cent higher than they were u year ago and coolly nnnouuees that another 10 conts per bundlo will havo to bo added that tho misfortune of a loss in thoir all of manufacture may bo avoided which la pertinent and timely Informa tion for tho farmers wlio aro not dls posod to join iu tho fight against tlio combine Charleston Nowa and Con Â¬ Â¬ EzjjjikizasZ3 JTJxrvfJrnitss dice rlor A Uoustrou Doctrine McKinley has aocopted this plntfonn to warranted MlKtuuv or any mineral niUsiunec Jnon OXSTIPATION For nVlIVSIA tll ousatuekssn K MIAUAl IllJCol c of cpret on etc bpfrts MH licithlL Is rcn This mui Heartburn contain ii hnglo partltle or not uut is yifyziciiiiiiiixy IAIOK mJ J the Chert Purest and flest Family JMcJIcine In Ilia Wcrldl dyspeptics bilious suuerers vieuuis oi fever and ague the irriirliil ilUruiIld patient how they r coviied health cheer ful snirits and cood appetite tln v will tell iLu by takingHkhill OU moss IIVbK ASK the recovered Â¬ nnd it will certainly defeat him as it ought to do It la u monstrous doctriuo that Americans nro not to bo allowed to control their own currency without tho consent of England And us evory one knows that la what tho platform declaration iu favor of international agree ment means St Louia Post Disputoh No one talks about the bloated gold At dross Purposes miners No one is crying out that they Ex President Harrison took the wind are robbing the country No one is ask- Â¬ out of MoKlnley a sail when ho deolarec ing how gold Is to get into circulation tho tariff was a dead Issue MoKlnley assurances from Mark No one Bays that gold cant be gotten liowevor has Uauna that tho tariff la on issue nnd ho without work And yet gold is coined Will maintain hla asaortion whonovcr free at the mints of the United States Mark permits him to apeak Kansas Why does that not bring all the horrors City Timcs that are predicted with free silver Tho gold party gocH to tho money In Berlin no woman is allowed to ride power for its campaign funds The Democratic party appeals to tho people on the top of an omnibus Â¬ containing those which iin all wUe Irovlilenee has placed n prevail countries where llver llv ic nioitDcrangf caud by It will cure all Dlseaf ol lha 1 Iver and llcweU mnt SYMP IOMS of Liver Complaint ara I ho bitter or bad tam In the mouth Pain In the liack hides or Joints oflen mlsluUeii for Khcu loss of Appetite Aour Stomach matlsm costive nnd lax Headaches Eowels alternately Willi R painful sensation ol Memory to having failed to do aonjetiilnK which ought ck have been done Debility Low Spirits a th ellow appearance ol the bkut and Kycs a dry ough often mistaken for Consumption bometlmes many of these symptoms attend the duei at olhera verv tew but the LIVER is generally ine scat oi um Kegulated In time crest suffering wittcned ness and DUATII will ensue The following highly entecmea persons attest to the virtues of ijiinmons Liver Kegulaton Oen V S Holt Pres Ua b V K It La Kev A I It telder Perry Oa Col 15 K lanyOa CilastersonEsq blierld UlboCo Stephens Jat lion Alexander Hvirtues personally and -We have tesled Us biliousness and know that for Dyspepsia Throbbing Headache It Is the best medicine the forty oilier remedies world ever saw We tried before bimmuns Liver llegulstorUut noue gave us more than temporary relief but the Kegu Ko Utur not only telleved but cured us TSLlGUAHl AND iltvbtNOlK Macon Ua PUUHLY ViIiTAUhK Southern Itoots and Herbs unti J H lUNUrACtURID ONLY UX CO PblUdslDaU ZBILIN Pa ing uglier than the marks of ill lilting US4im 7111 8 4S Howard 7 17 1180 glasses on cither Hide of tlio nose Ail 7 21 K5U 11 4t 7 3i WilloHilale 8 57 optician who understands his business 73S 11 3f ltock lliuen Mil CM yl- o 47 Lonicllranch 1127 measures tiio bridge of tho host tho lis 7 45 11 H HjO Hranilclilnir 7M Vi tiinco of tiio eyes fiom it and tlio width 11 IU HOI Kkron 632 931 9 40 Cluston and bends or llts the IU 6H tiio tempi 110 of 6 16 1051 940 820 Irvlnnioi glasses accordingly Apart from tho 8 24 10 4J Webster 611 9 67 10 31 10 07 5M discomfort and disfigurement of badly 8 37 LodibiirK 10 Jo 5 48 10 11 8 4i lierie fitting frames it is liaidly possiblo that 8M 1021 10 2U ft 41 San pie 10 11 6 Stephcnsport the glasses which they hold aro right 102S 858 10 lei 10 33 5 31 Addison 9U2 They mo almost tatuin to bo out of 0Ur 1UI8 Holt 1035 51 fouii Iu chotwing glares although tho 918 9 50 10 4 Cioverport 517 9 4i bheps fill eculist or optician is bound to provide 9 22 10 51 9 35 11112 Sklllman 9 83 513 yem with what is light much depends 4 1J 935 1112 944 Ilawesville 11 ai 4 4b 917 letrlc upon yourself for ho cannot 6eo with 95J 4 40 9 11 Falcon 1115 9 58 Tlio great mistako of those 10 08 4 31 yourijis 113a Iewlpoit Jett 8 6ft 4 21 Waltman 1142 not an ustoiiii d to lenses is to get them 1015 8 40 Powers 410 llAUm is snob a plonsuro for tho 10 25 too iii It 8 31 416 KIIS IJOinin lates 8 25 3 55 Owensboro liia lo mo things clearly that wo 10 48 mi ti 12 2i 3 44 1100 814 Mittlnfly Oh jih thats just right eichtim eirllhth 8ty 339 llffi ViU 8 Stanley 3 30 whereas the proper gla s would hu ono 11 OS 1211 12 3 30 Worthinuton 7 68 Brooklyn J115 12 40 of considerably less power 17 11 23 Heads 7 51 3 23 7 43 Spottsville 12M 316 113ln 1 lHle11 Mp7 3d UI llsstclt 310 1155pm 1 15pm ar llcniletn lv 7 20m 2iSpE llullcrs OlmtliiHry All Iliglinh journal tolls n story to illtihtitte Um obstinacy of Sir Retlvers St L Ry FordsvIMe Branch Duller During the last Nile campaign L II win u descending through ono of thu cataiacison biuid a river steamer lie TIMETABLE No 9 got into a discussion witli Lend Charles Betesluitl us to tlio proper channel that TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 should ho taken Kacli obstinately de im lit bhum The IliteriiiiUiniil A ltast Hound Train fended his own cotuse but iu thu cud Welt Hound Trslns Tlio Riuord UuiouhiiyH thu Republic Dally Daily Daily Dill as at pitMiit cutiolitd in tho that which Built r insMed upon was ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun an paily No 2 No f will udopted and tho steamer got through No5 Nol truu friend ot Mlur aud that it 9 20ir 11 10am lv lrvlnRton A You siO I was work for tho acceptance of fne cointigo without accident Ourlield 810 U50 Mino was cried Sir Reilvrw There right 7 60 llsrned by international isgieeiuent 12 05pm 7 40 That was mine 12 12 Junction is not a baukir in tho woild who does tho proper channel 7 30 lletdinshurir 12 52 I coolly replietl Lord Charles too 7 15 not belico that international agreo 12 3ri Junction 7 00 Kirk 12 58 money lending only recommended tho other becauso I sham Tho uiont is a 6 60 Jolly 110 6 30 nations of Euiopu will iitxtr consent to knew you would go against whatever Icnilcane 128 1 said 6 20 i 35 Dempster it if they can help it Tho only way to ar KallsIlouKhlv 6UI 165 bring it about us tho Sin Francisco 5 37 Dempster 2 20 That hlnklnc leellnc 5 27 ltock vale 2 30 Ciitonielo Faid beforo it closed its eyes Huth 516 A good Btory is boing told on ono of 2 42 to tho liht is for tlio United dtateu to Louisvilles most prominent homeo 5 08 Aiklns 254 4 60 aks tho otheis will bo 3 09 uud go it alone 4 41 pathic physicians Several days ago n Mitchell 3 20 Sacramento Bco forced to follow 4 35sm 34Upn- ArhotdsvillelA young woman called at his ofllco nud after discoursing on nil the topics of in SILVER CAMPAIGN FUND terest of tho day settled down to tell tilings Chairman Jones Authnrlrrs Newspapers to him her ailments Among other sho said that sho was greatly aunoyed Start Popular Subscriptions In response to tho appeal recently is with n sinking feeling Tho physician propnrcd n littlo bottloof pills and gave sued by Chairniau Jones of tlio Demo cratic national committee for j opular them to tier with miuuto directions as to how tliuy should bo takca Tlio womsubscriptions to tho cainpagu fund many contributions uro being leceivrd an again began to talk aud uftcr many sho started by Treasurer St John nt the Now York vain efforts to got her out opened it headquarters In older to systcmatizo for tho door Sho had justOil doctor Chairman Jones inks all when sho turned und bald this woik weekly nnd daily paper iu llio United what shall I do if these pills do not euro ho retorted Take tho cork mo Stutcs that favor tho election of Mr They tell mo Units good for n Milking Bryan and llio restoration f ullver to And ho called tlio next patient its constitutional use i iirney to stint feeling subscriptions in their respective into his privnto ofllce Louisville Post popular publications Such editors am author Â¬ Chose the Less ized to net as collectiig agents for tho Mr Wiokwirc But my doar If yon campaign fund and iu uiged lo pub girl without uotico slio lish front week to week tlio mimes of discharge tho may mtiko it cost us 10 or f 115 You contributors aud llo amounts sub tho know there is an ngieeiueut about noscribed and to forward tho same to Wil national tice Ham P Ht John treasurer Mrs Wiokwirc Yes nud if I glvo Douiocrutia committee Ilotil Bartholin sho will manage to Now York city Tlio Kansas City World her a weeks uotico break 110 or 4 40 worth of china beforo has already raised 100 iu this maimer Indianapolis Journal and there is every rein t n lo Udinvo that sho gocs anneal will urovo popular and a conoral Ills Little Joke on llareuln Day successful My husband played me u mean trick Tho prcus bureau desires a complofo exchange liBt and all idltcw of Demo Â¬ yesterday was It What cratic and silver papus nio ntiuoetrd to Ho told mo folding beds were sell to V U Adam secre mall tho siuuo lug down town at 40 cciils each tary Demreratio Prcw burcui Audito IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS Well rium Chlcitgo When I get down t hero thoy wore WARRANTED PRICE 50 cts G1LATIA IlXS NOVIC HU Lilly Chicago Rcrord ItamniockR llailcc u L Paris Modlelne Co 8IUuleUo lontlemoni Wo sold last jr ear C00 boitlea ol Tho talk of tho rtustitil of tho silver The Amerlo in people want iu good money HIOVKM TABTK1KM8 OlllIJ TOM 10 and have tide ludicatiH Unit thu wish is raising as there Is Iu the world and they propose bouht threo aroaa alroadf this year In all oar ex years Iu the business have largo family of to have It Thoy lutein tu us bolls old Eerlenca of 14article that cave druar ualvenai sU an extraordinarily such an e c thought this year Detroit and silver at a ratio which will keep both tactlw M our A of equal value Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Kxprs Kxprs STATIONS Dilly Dally 630pin 751ni IvUnn 6 45 Kentucky ht 8H7 7 20 West Point U Mail V ptar Dally X 45pm XII UOpm 711 GRDVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHILL TUNIC TfrtWm TASTELESS Â¬ Nowa-Trlb-un- m USfcBTWKe i j iinv i r t Tf -- V vt at nmmmmmmmmtmm mmmmm in nr n fi mMMItMMIlriiftBttMl 4 Breckenridge News THE BRRGKRNRIDGE NEXWS GLOYERPORT KY Â¬ t Ml i J that you uiTcrtdiii WM UsuScctlsnn FOSTAGE ON WEDDING CAKE They are bold all somo paper covers A NOTABLE BANK Thu Common People STOWING AWAY ynu and then you can tell where your In money ques And more than this this tcrest lies When you understand that It iMnrrlssjfi of n Attempt to Kennomlte Tho Most Independent Ine In the Uorlii A Foolhardy and Dangerous Method of over tho country at 25 eonla each but tion will nut bo nettled until tho great principle then you we have made mieli arrangements with why the In NnrMnr Getting an Ocean Voyage Prevent n Jtlarrlsce WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1890 common pooplo act upon It No question great rrundc In favorunderstand standard of tho gold Is fettled until the maw settle It Abra pnulsh tho publisher that wo can furnish them nil ntout Nells wed most independent and Do tell mo Probably tho In spito of tho fact that tho finds Its home among the holders of fixed ham Lincoln sild that tholord must havo Investments ding said tho girl in tho crash suit nristorintio bank in the world is tho m nt usually meted out to thoso who to our readers at 10 cents single or any who by such legislation loved tho common people liceaum he mado raise tho valuonf tho property which they This pro- Â¬ Norges or national haul of Norway It tr to steal a free pasrfago on a ship is dozen for 100 post paid Did it nil go nft well And how Ho was right about It so many of them position is made for the benefit of those hold Oh U antifullyl cried tho girl In seems to bo wholly indifferent to doing several weeks hard labor with tho opThere is another evldeneo tliat tho Ixirvl I nm not giving you my authority for It tho whlto frock My dress was perfect Â¬ business of nny kind nud what it does tion of n fine stowaways nto even moro who nre already paid up subccriliers or mado tho common peoplo and mado a groat Icon quote you authority which our op many of them It Is becnuso tho common ponents daro not question I have called ly lovely my gloves were nn ideal fit do it insists upou doing in its own common today than they wero 50 or CO thoeo who do not particularly enro to pooplo nro tho only oplo who havo ever attention nnd I shall continue to call at- Â¬ nnd my hair kept Its cnrl ns well ns if dellbcrato way Socially tho bunk is of years ago tako our subscription pruoftltlon but supported a reform that hail for Its object tention to a remark mado by Mr Maine I was only attending an old maids tea considerable importance Tho directors Big passenger steamer with their want to buy souio of thu books party meet twlcn n week nnd theso friendly hundreds of passengers nnd their scores Bryan Compares Him With The tho benefit of tho human race lu congress on this subject I do not mem to say that there havo not How nice But tell mo nbont Nell gatherings nro said to bo most en joy a bio of stewards sailors and stokers afford Yon Can Make Your Own Selections What lllslne Said been except lots to tho rule I do not mean In ordering it Is affairs Loans and dicounts form tho innumerable opportunities for stowing Order by number Goldbugs Ho said that the destruction of stiver an Was she to say that you have not found among tho only necessary to give the number Sho was horrid Actually wnntcd chief subjects of conversation No loau nway masses at all times those who are rouiy to money nnd tho establishing of gold as tho or discount can bo mado without tlio ap Threo years ngo n stownway was dis- the book letray those who tolled with them If thoy solo unit of valuo must havo a ruinous mo to help hrr dress for tho ceremony Following is tho list covered aboard ono of the Allan liners effect upon nil forms of property except As If I hadnt my bridesmaids toilet proval of threo of tho directors could sco somo chalico of personal elevaIf i A Vfllaw Wtor thoso Investments which yield a fixed re- to think of I nm afraid thnt dear Nell Supposo the directors nro to hold a running between Livctpool nud MontHE WAS THEIR PROTOTYPE tion i Mhrr atrrs iterfe Moore is too selfish to mako n really good meeting on Wednesday nnd jou want real Ho wns shabbily dressed but be Nor do I mean to say that thoi who turn In money that theso would bo enor jTfce Mnln lllatk hunlryj wimh E 4 Unix leuon have got beyond tho ranks of the common mously enhanced In valuo and would gain wife to borrow fCOOO on Monday You ap Â¬ ing u big sturdy looking fellow ho was that la tht Mglit II Ilmidf n 5 Mil peoplo nro entirely unmindful of the claims n dlsproorttonate nnd unfair advantage Then Fho will naturally havo nu ply to Norges bank nnd aro told that put to work uboot the ship When tho I Vie Collin 6 A Koguei tile over every other species of jproperty of brotherhexl upon them Hut I say a a The Duclie 7 The lJuches tho matter will bo taken uinisr consid- Â¬ ship anchored below Montreal wnitiug husband dear Tho Gold Mon Asked to Tell How general rule that tho common icoplo hero Tliere Is n statement that no man who unselfish 8 Called Hick Ifuch Conway Perhaps u Oh it was delightful eration at tho directors meeting on ft r daylight before entering tho harbor Mary Out Hay 9 A UickfJOIll and eerywlipro havo been tho support and has respect for his reputation will dare to lollaclc to Thoy Intend to Rollovo tho dispute that the ctnlIlhlng of gold ns the to walk up the alslo feeling that every Wednesday and yon may look for an he it is presumi d Blippcd quietly over Â¬ II Wedded the DM Home May licit liar tho only great support of every measure an 1arted Uurlotie M llrenie answer to your application by Thurs Â¬ board ami swam nslionro tn any case solo unit of value throughout tho world and eye wns fixed on of reform Kenn Presont Hard Times tho destruction of silver ns standard money But tell me how did day It does not matter in the least that when the boat ttncliid at Montreal nud lj the li toroon Mis M K W Manville Yes I know flraddon Now you havo a right to take this quesA f onnm Dovlf 4 A Stndy In Searlrt means thit you shall destroy the value of Nell got through the ceremony yon want tho 3000 on Monday and J was ovtrtnu ly iitcctivcs lcoklng for n tion exam I no It and form your own opinMr Ae iulcr prim Ore Feller ion and tho ballot H given to you In order all property except money Investments ony i really dont know My mind was not Thursday You simply havo to notorious Ji vvel robber it was im Â¬ 167 lr kdM of a bin Wilkie Collin Charlotte M Ilrueme that you may express your own opinion that call for a fixed amount of money thought that I wait 4 J SKa J ow ono awful mediately insjictrd thnt tho stownway 18 The Cricket on the Hearth Charles Dickens It meutis that you will glvo to those In full of tho A Splendid Exposition of tho Issues when you como to vote ami not bo required my back nil thoso Tho origin of this institution was as was tho rebb nnd that ho had escaped 19 Hie Squires Uailmg Charlotte Mllraimr vestments and to tills one lorm of prop wns standing with was no to to accept somebody elses opinion o doublelace Chatles Kiade telling but peculiar as its mauagemeut is unusual taking the jvvels with hi in Ho wns 11 bingleheait andMrs llinry Wood nn advantage over every people while there erty money I iiy irae of the Campaign by the Dem- Â¬ Fact to lie Considered that my govt n was crumpled after that Soon after tho nominal union of Nor Â¬ captured so ue mouths nfurvvard and JVfV aW or Wl Jow f Mrt- - Alexander And I am going to call your attention other form of propTty lleuty AnniScwell way and Sweden in 1814 tho latter confessed tint when ho swum ashoro ho When you understand tho effect of tho long drive to tho church ocratic Presidential to Just a few things this afternoon for you 4 mean Oh probably it was all right Was couutry began to feel tho need of grcnt had moro thau 10000 worth of jewels 35 ImnUte airan urarnl Duma to consider when you ore trying to umko policy and then understand that the desire Alciindcr ao Hei LastThow fcr It Is manifested mostnmongthoe who Nells gown Candidate The Iuclie cr money facilities to meet tho demands on his person up your minds what you aro going to da a 1 hree Men in a Boat hold the fixed Investments or trade In Jerome K Jerome And wasnt it too bad that Harold of tho rnpidly increasing commerce Now our opponents are all divided as to Thefuvorito hiding places of stow ne Honorable Mr Vereler Diiche tnorey I think jou will come to the con was out of town and unablo to see me Tho problem of securing tho necessary nwnys nre the coal bunkers nnd tho nar- Â¬ You tho policy which should I pursued lit I ouse of lie Woir Slanlt y J Hj man tliat Charlotte temple tako the gold standard Democrat i ome chifliii that I have come Usgood the fact in roy lovrly new dress capital for a great national institutioc row passages left when tho vessels aro 30 The Shattered Idol Mrs KowonM thing for 31 Charlotte Jiracme of them say tley ought to come out openly that the geld standard Is n Oh well you can scud himaphoto- - was a very simple ono for tho Nor loaded with bricks tiles iron pipes or 3a Derrick aughn Novell Edna Ivail Following I j Mr Hryniis tjiccchnt Mad them Is tl e principal reason why they are and indorse the Republican candidate so lu 33 ThcMtr a No- IMen Slathers graph wegian government other similar cargo Theso places nro 34 nlln X Y Aug 83 fivor f n gold standard cnl r Idier as to sure to elect him Others say Net unless ho apologiz Wheu ym mako up jour minds that tho It raised stockholders for tho bank extremely dangerous und many cases 35 ie Haunted Chamber John Strange Winter The The Duchc ME CfIAIRMAX IAH1KS AND GENTLEdangerous becauso No that would Cleverly Won Hawley Smart But then jnst as it raised soldiers for its nnuioA nro recorded where tho shifting of tho 30 For what going nwny Thoprve enco of a number of ticrpun MEN wo ha e a candidate of our own gold standard ts a had thing then the only unless 37 Hem fortune Ilnrence Warden who are prvivuvd t iIIk um tho lrv uc tf there will lw a great many Democrats who question that you havo to consider Is How even an engaged man must attend to Every well to do citizen wns compelled cargo has resulted ill tho death of somo 33 Dinna Korset John Strange Winter l iror Charlotte SI Uracme M The this rtunpalgn together with tho fnct that will be foolUa enough to ioto the Demo- Â¬ can you get rid of It Our opponents may business to tako so much stock Ho wns always at unfortunate wrulch iu hiding olden Heart plans which wo pro Charlotte M llraeme 40 A ralo ohjoulnns to tho I liavo considerable work ahead of mc will cratic ticket It wasnt only that It was his sub liberty to take moro if ho chose but al During tho passage of a cargo boat to 41 Her Only Sin charlotte M Ilraeuie I want to suggest that you nre make It unnecessary for mo to occupy a And there they nre divided They nil jxo but sequent behavior You sec I wanted ways in amounts dirisiblo by five this country from England tho sailors 4a I ha Idle Thought of an Idle Fellow J K Je so intetctcd rone groat amount of your time Hut 1 apprewant tho samo object They nil wont to object l s not our much In knowing the him to share somo of tho festivities so Bookkeeping was made easy on a new were startled tho third day out by a plans as in knowing to The Ducheit 43 In Durance Vile ciate this opportunity of presenting to you elect the Ilcpubllenn candidate because 1 he Duche I sent hi m n box of wedding cake You principle in nccordanco with which curious scratching which was imme44 A Utile llebel what plans they lmvo to relievo the condieven briefly sumo points which I deem they believe that Democracy Is better ex Tho Duche 45 Little Irish Uirl should havo seen tho letter I got in re- Â¬ sums ending in other figures than fivo diately attributed to supernatural causes 46 Iay Iard Uerresford worthy of your consideration emplified through Republicanism than tion The Duche Why dont they rropoao something Is turn and zero wero to bo excluded front the Tho scratching continued for three 47 The Moment Alter Robert Buchanan Wo aro entering upon a campaign which through Democracy V Clark Itutsell 48 A Marriage at Sea It lecnits they dont know what ought to 1 But perhaps it disagreed with him books a remarkable one in many respect Hut I say they arc divided as to the days and then grew quiet nud censed Hy the author Lover and Lord 49 A Mad ixive Heretofore at least In tho lnt 25 or 80 mean of getting at it and some say tliat bo done If so they are poor people to load It wasnt that You know 1 This national bank is also a pawn- When the hatches wero lifted at tho end iUThe Other Man WIte John strange Winter you out of bondage cdding Morn Charlotte It liraeme 31 On Her years each has gone Into the cam they can elect the Republican candidate thought it would bo nice to write him n shop It is authorized by law to lend of tho voyage tlio emaciated body of n 1 5 Stage Land Jerome K It lxiiu s they know and will not tmlgn practically solid presentlnga unlteil Â¬ better by liavlng a candidate of their own money on any nonperislmble goods pro- man was fouud lying on somo bags of 33 Struck Down Hawlet Jerome Smart If ms tlioy luive not tho candor tliat sweet littlo note and slip it in tho bot In to fool Democrats with than they could by tell front against tho opposing party Hut tom of tho cako bos so that when ho vided they can bo deposited in tho bank cement Tho pcor starving fellow had J4 A Star isand a Heart Florrence Marryat by tlioso who would should Lo Sweet True Tnc this campaign there ho been practically a openly supporting the Republican ticket had eaten it all ho would have a pleas and kepiunder lock and key For this struggled fruutically to get out of tho 55 The Two OrphanIove DEnncry Duchei ooplc from their suffering redeem 36 lilt from every convention which lias been Not only are they divided there but they di tress a They say that our dollar willand ant surprise 37 A Ircubltsonto Girl Hie Duchm be 6crrico it charges rather less than tho bold held What docs this mcanf It means are divided all tho way through when they 58 Two fenerations Count Iyol Toluol Good gracious do you mean to say usual pawnbrokers interest which As for our American liners it is fol- Â¬ 59 At Hi Green Unpin Beatrice Harrarlcn that convictions aro deeper this year than come to argument Why some of them n 03 cent dollar They refuse to apply to tho sihertlat Is produced In tho world the that you guvo tho box nwny and never may perhaps account for tho rarity of ly to try stowing away in nny of them 60 Mnjrularly lieludeJ Sarah Irand they havo been heretofore will start out to show that the gold stand 6i The Hired llahy Marie fore ill sti knew ard Is a good thing and after one of their law of say ply and demand private pawnshops in Norway Iu tho Tho United States will not receive pau Irople Growler Independent 6a The Tour f the World In hi liaji Jnl Verne We Increase tho demand for silver speakers lias got well on showing how 63 A Cittle lUgrun No I dont The well the truth regular loan department tho curious per immigrants and captains aro forMr Olrphant It means that pooplo are not so willing groat a thing new demand act by 64 By the Gate of the Sea D Christie Murray the gold standard is then an luglegUlatlnn and tliat now In existence is that those horrid mean postofflce rulo is enforced that loans may not be bidden to laud stowaways in this counnow as they havo been to allow the plat 65 A Staiden Fair Charles Gibbo with tho demand other pe iker comes nlong and says it I a 66 The Unman e of a loor Younc Man form of a party to control their action Octave We employees actually opciuxl tho box and mado for less than one month nor for try under n penalty of 3500 A free will operate tho price of silver Feuillet Men arc thinking this year with more of mistake to say the gold standard Is good say that that new demand will bo sufficient found the note I Oh how I do despise mora than six and only for sums of at passenger on ono of theso ships is 67 The Hed Eric R M Ballantvne the gold standard is not good what we Mirncstnessand Intensity than they have In to onsumn all tho silver presented at the such prying iuquisitivencssi Not satisleast 120 Pittsburg Dispatch promptly clapped in irons and kept 08 I he Fire Brigade K M Uallantvns recent year and the result of this think waDt Is bimetallism but wo cant hae It mint and lelng sufficient will rnlo the fied with that they 6aErllne the Hold It M Ballantyni thero until tho ship returns to Liveruntil somebody helps us Now those two Dora Russtl bo NituilfoUtl when the time 70 Rose I leming ing will Goodness cau can they send jou pool when ho is brought beforo tho argument are not consistent If the gold valuo of silver bullion to J 129 per ounce 71 lteveries of a Bachelor COST OF FIRING BIG GUNS Ik Marvel comes to nglster tho will of this great nathroughout the world SI SI L llracldon 7a Under the Ited Flair to jail for violating the postal Inws nuthcritits Cincinnati Enquirer tion and between that time and this hour standard Is n good tiling why should they 73 1 he Little School master Slatk We liave nrcuson for our Iwllef They J II Short And yet If they ever No they cant Bat they actually Soiuo of the Tractlce Sliontlnr Indulged want bimetallism house wo eifvct topnxut to thou who mutact It wont do It It wont do have two men making speeches the same simply Kiy In Illowa Away a 1lle of Money SI O Wlphtwick Carr Companion 74 Mr mado Harold pay letter postage on the upon tho questions the i uea of this cuin The Wisdom of Experience 7 Diamond Cut Diamond T Adoluhu Trollop night the chances are 10 to 1 that one of It and then sit lock nnd propose abso- box before they would give it to liiin jwilgn The days nro long past when wo Eng76 Monica and A ltosc Distilled lutely nothing The DuchessAunt Sabinu Berthy dont you havo 77 Alternonn and other Sketckes Ouh a When our jvirty at Chicago wroto tho them will pralc the gold standard as a Four square iuchesof wedding cako cost lish sang in a free and easy wny I have known somo of our opponents to none cf theso hero flirtations young 78 Master lluu phrey Clock CharlesDickeni platform which it did vo knew thnt it good thing whllo the other will tell you n this Mirt of argument Why they say him just 150 nnd now he ho says Two Jolly Frenchmen nnd ono Portngee The call 79 The v itching Hour and other stories tliat would offend nomo people Xo party can how anxious they are to get rid of it If the free coinage of silver makes a silver that iio is afraid that I nm n not eco- Olio Jolly Kngllhmnn con Id lick them all three fellers dozen proposo ns soon ns they kind 50 A Due he is Argument of a ltepobllean taVo a plain strong emphatic position times They aint no Great Heiress It E Franclllon half a dollar equal to n gold dollar It will bo just nomical enough to mako n g good wife Wo are ready enough now to givo our 1 hat Iast Iteherial bi Well then they come to tho details of as hard to get a silver dollar ns It Is to get and other stories upon any question without offending wmo The of partners for life Duchess One man says the reason a gold dollar Do jou know what they f or n poor maul After I had put the passiblo adversaries all credit for pluck body Wo declared in that platform what tho argument Bertha But somo of them aro very 82 Uncle Jack Waller Ilesant noto in tho box to snvo extra postago and perhaps for technical skill and yet why ho doe not want free coinage Is that ov rlook wo believed was right Wo declared there Hi I he Romantic Ad enture of a They overlook the fact that Chicago Times Herald as regards practico in tho uso of their nice auntie T Hardy tho policies which wo Ix llov ed w ere bet ho does not think thnt the government when we hrlngsllvertntocompctltlon with tool Aunt Subiun Never mind that Ber- Â¬ 84 A Glorious Fortune Waller Ilesant wo still havo them at nn imshould paw n law that will enable n liver gold and InerttiMV tho supplj of standard weapons for tho American people and when we did 8c She Loved Hun I Annie miner to tike 50 cents worth of silver bul- money that while a silver dollar will lie It w kwvv that It would alienate wine measurable disadvantage This factor thy Ive lived long enough to know 86 One False lloin Fair J Thomas YANKEE PLUCK NEEDED B Harwood tliat tho hollowcst and windiest things lion and convert It Into 100 cents and worth as much as a gold dollar It will In mo road one of the planks of that 7 lromiiesoi Marriage Kmile Gal oiiau is commonly omitted from newspaper make the difference Â¬ is most liablo to pop Detroit Frco Sll Love Find the Way Walter Besant and lame platform Good Field In Central America For Amercomparisons but it would probably havo easier to obtain with tho products of toll Rice We are opposed to the lulngof Interest And he will get red In tho face l oino a silver dollar or a gold dollar than It Is Press ican Enterprise and iDEcnulty 89 The Captain Daughter From the Russian of more weight than nny other in deter liearlug bonds of tho United States In time indignant at the idea that the government Pushkin today whole Central America mining the iSsno of nn actual struggle Taken as Literary Quacks jo ForH BiieM Alone T W Speight of jonco and condemn the tratlleking with should attempt to help somo individual in Our complaint ts that tho samo hostllo DucieDiatno nd tanking syndicates which In exchange this way Of cour- ho may havo been In legislation which has destroyed tho demand offers n fair field for foreign enterprise Two dnclists may each havo lion hearts Literature has her quacks no less than 91 The Starling Norman liatierickvCD 9a The Macleod D for bonds and at nn enormous profit to favor of n system of taxation that would for silver and driven down tho price of says Tho North American Review By nud cncli the best Damascus blades but medicine nnd they are divided into two 93 Captain Nortons Diary lorence Slarrvat sober if ono has ten times mom practice in tho young men of self denying and yield 200 or 3J0 per rent but that doent silver when measured by gold lias also In themselves supply tho federal treasury 94 Her Gent e De ds Sarah Tjtier classes those who huve erudition with95 Moonihineand Marque rites The Duche with goM to maintain tho policy of gold count It Is a terrible thing to allow the creased the demand fir gold nnd driven up habits possessing u enpitnl of 5000 art of fencing thau tho other it i long out genius and those who have volubilrlkie Collin and Charlc 90 No Thnroutjtilare silver miner to miikj that profit lttononietnlllsm Dickens the prion of gold when measured bj other nud n tolerably good knowledge of the odds that he will win So it is with our ity without depth Wo get secondhand Then tho next man who comes up will forms of property and tliat the opening of Spanish language success either in navy It has a far greater knowledgo of That Is one of the plank That win not 97 The Haunted Man Chnrle Dlckcn Hie Duche V Fortune Wtuel put In tliere to attract lovo of thooho say that n a matter of fact the stamp of our mints to the free and unlimited coin commerce agriculture or mining may ships acquired by actual firing practice seiio from tho ono nud original uon VVilkie Collins 99 Love Random Shot senso from tho other Coltou the governmeat adds nothing to the value age of silver will operate to bring more bo confidently counted upon but they than any other power linvo KTOivn rich out of tho governmuits An Apn Day Ihllinpa 1rittre Je hon iu And tho reason We did not expect tho o who of tho metal and thit the free college of money into circulation nud thus lcsen tho 101 Little Make Make IMreve uxtremltle B lX Furjeon local jioli of this is precisely becauso sucli knowlRound the alley sliver simply means that you convert 00 strain that has existed for gold nud that must avoid all interference in liave iacewny from the fitlernl treas The Armenian era began Tues- ioj The New Abelard Fire W Clark Russell tics In theso as in all other countries edge is a very expensive thing to nc 103 Hob tt Buchanan cent worth of bulMon Into a So cent dol ury to their olllces to Join with us In clo day July 0 A D 552 when the coun by Increasing tho demand for silver we Old Contrairy and other stotie Florence lng up the invwgcwur Wo did not ox lar and nobody makes nny profit out of It bring silver up until silver nnd gold melt tho foreigner whoso chnracter nud mode qnire nnd England is tho only nation cil of tlio Armenians formally separat Â¬ 104 Slarrvat I say that tho chances are that if you at tho ratio now fixed by law and a sll r of lifo command respect will very selLadj SI ijcmlic vvlio are making a profit out of 103 Dita thoso that cares to afford it ed from tlio church of tho Greeks thus 106lhe SlidnlKhtSlargaretIridrika Burner havo two men mako speeches on tin same dollar and n gold dollar will lie of tho samo dom if ever suffer molestation at the n gold standard and out of tho cmbnrraAs It is probablo that vvhero France definitely establishing a separate ec- 107 Valeries Fate Sun Alexander Mr hands of the authorities Tho Nicaragua tho next naval power spends a milinetit which It brings to the trenury to platform Infivorof our not taking any value hero and all over tho world lot At thu Worlds Mercy F Warden clesiastical organization join v 1th us in putting nn cud to the gold action until some fcrelgn nation hlps us 109 The liosvry Folk G Slanvilie Kenn canal if wico commenced in earnest lion iu sea cruising mid gun firing wo To Those Who Are AfmJd Vet stnneUnL Why if wo had expected It you will ilnd that one of them will In all noSiNarand Mi rySo Far Alison 111 A Husbands I simply want to say this If thorols any will open up tho ulmost inexhaustible Â¬ spend five From every gun iu our navy r e v julil liavo expected It In tho face of probability iniko ono argument and the 11a The 1 itner Vdlage Anne Beale other will mako the other argument ard person here who Is afraid that under the resources of that republic and the en having n caliLer of 10 inches aud under nil the history of tho 113 An Old Stan Love Anthony Irollope Illcy projiosed by tho Chicago platform gineering works alouo will oJer lucra- thero aro fired each quarter eight rounds very often tho samo man makes both argu 114 John Hull and Hi Island Slax ORilJ Story of Demetrius wo ore going to havo a flood of money and tive employment t6 thousands of for113 Ihe Picture and Jack ol All Irade of ammunition by way of practice and Charle W Do you remember tho gooil liook tells us ments you can see It cade that you will bo drowned In It wo cannot eigners Its physical difficult ts are in from nil guns heavier than 10 inch four 5 Now tho absurdity It If 116 The Gho of Charlotte Cray Elorence Mar that Hime lauO years ago n man named tho silver in ner under tho lawofof free appeal to him for support Hut If there Is significant compared with tLiso which ryat adirrespectivoof rounds 1 omutrlus complained of tho preaching of coinage finds nnylxy hi re whoso experience ts such that Do Lcs eps never overcame o tho isth ditional n quarter used in the tho Comment on Current Event 117 Readuna that his silver bullion Is I C rounds annual Why ho said It de the gwspel Why Reade c v Iling to risk tho ilKistrous conso so Is now wt h CO 118 Lady Clare or The Maner of the Konr The heavy expenditure n stroys tho business In which wo nre en raised vv illthat that which cents then r there qreiMi of that flood upon him wensk mus of Panama and perhaps tho greatest prizo firing 100 cents be worth Ohntt obstacle to contend with is We aro making Images for tho gaged are no 50 cent dol yti to i onsider w hether wo nre not entitled of the alluvial deposits at thetho silting involved in this item ulonomay bo hint- Â¬ 19 lo6anU Money If Charles Iteade mouth of ed at by observing that every full round worship of Diana nud these people nay man Is correct nrd nrs and add the other to vour vote jo Mis Tommy Miss Sluiock tho that they bo not gods tliat are mado with to tho value of the metal law younsthiig lai The IIoue on Le Mirli F Warden ACaiiuo en tho San river We and dmry loliavohave waited for more than 20 years trance to Jnan canal tho whole length fired from a C inch gun costs 1C from 12a I he Daughter ot the star Hugh Conwav bands Its tho tho bouofltsof bimetallism broil 13 inch gun 30 8 TO RZAD DOTH SIDES 0 123 A Sinless Secret Rita Hut Demetrius was much llko men who convert 60 cei ts wcrth of silver lno at ot to lis by those who o Interests nro opposed will bo 194 English miles HOof winch an inch from tho from n inch or gun 124 The Amasou Carl Vusmaer cent dollar then thi mine owner lai 12U nnd 10 iu 110 I ive lived since Ills day When ho had made n cent OF TUB QUESTION U5 loond Itecali Aielin Sergent to ours I assert that the American twoplo are included in tho great Lao of Nicton gun as much ns 100 And theso laOlV douche a French Dttective made up his mind that tho preaching of Fottune Du ot only havo the right but have tho abilIf there are two men to speak rgilrt aragua 13 1 foot above the sea level figures mo only n small part of tho Boigobcy tho gospel Interfered with his business ho our jKiaitlon one cf them will prMat ly ity to IcgUlate for themselves on every er v Cha Kiorley whoso total superficial urea is SUC8 story for tho life of u very heavy gun The Niw York Journal Is the only 118I The Southern bi- didnt go out and say to tho world Our my that them hrs been no fall lnprl s question no matter what other nation Star Jule Verne English squaro miles A short cuttiug is not n long one nud though a 0 inch Metropolitan paper laurvreAcquitul Helen II Mather business Is Ivlng irjjuml and wo are and he will denounce tho jicoplo who t uny think nliout It hvlorsinf II tr llllnA UU Jv Ud 4II1UVC ete1 1 author of A Yellow mud What did ho say Ho saUl Great gun can fire as many as 500 rounds TO The man who says that bimetilllsm Is will connect tho lake with that of Man Aster that gol has risen In price and tfier is Diana of tho Kphetdans 131 Vashti and Liter dcslral lo and jet that the United States s agua ISO feet ubovetho sea level with or SO full rounds aro the limit of the Uy the writor of Bellehe has proved thnt to tho satisfaction of We hivo somo today who nro very much Lettels Impotent to bring Its advantages to our a supcrVial area of 000 English miles every man who dors 110 tou After firing that amount they tben 13a Belcnil the City A Conau Doj le like Demetrius They know thot tho res- collenguo will como onnot think you hi people hits made an admission that I shall being 80 miles long and 25 unlcs broad nnd tell will both rcqniro n now inner tube a 33 A scaniat In Uulteinla A Conau Dovle toration of bimetallism destroys tho busi not only have prlew fallen but tliat It Is not make 134 g0 ol hd our- A Conan Davie average depth of fivo fathoms costly mutter enough Chambers Jour- Â¬ with an ite ness In which they hao boon engaged 135 The Heir of done We appeal to you to remember that the Robert Buchanan greatest blessing In the world to have tho and it daily publishes articles by I30 JCf1 S111 Koltrt nal Hut when they make public sjiecches prices fall Stevenson United Mates Is the only nation that stands The Oily Menhaden MjheMleLuJIiBUur s Crockett they dont say tliat tho Democratic party ready to protect Its own peoplo from every the hadin financiers of the country I3S The Stlclde Club Robert ItLouis Stevenson Opponent Not United Catarrh Cannot Be Cared Tho oily character of tho menhaden is wrong In causo It Interferes with our 139 The Jlf rry Ufa danger foreign nnd domestic Robert Louis Stevenson Those two jjo not consistent but is fol MolrlneeUlto WJiat do they say It L Stevenson business They say foreign nations may protect their peo- is familiar It is caught for its oil with local AiTLtcvTioN8 as they cannot on both sides of the question lows nil tho way th ough Why Is It It M f Jlln MtkolsOB Great is sound money Great Is nn hon which is tried out in factories Menha reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is Itobert ple ns they should but our nation Is tho Is liecauso ouroppoients havo no theory ton est dollar A den fishermen uso purse nets which ate a blood no principle no jcllry upon which they only nation that con protect tho American VK Robert Iouls L Stevenon or constitutional disease in order 1 say this platform was not written to 143 Jhe Silvered SiMUfni people Robert tarred to preserve them To keep their Stevenson nt tract their votes It was written tnwinso aro prepared to stand and fight They If wo need relief from tho gold standard hands from sticking to tho tarred nets to cure it you must take internal reme- Â¬ It do not dare to say that the gold stand -Cain wo want to deMruy tho business In which ii progressive liberal and always wo must securo It ourselves and If wo dies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ Vorelli they aro engaged Hut my friends If ard Is a gocd thing Ucause no urty must secure this relief for ourselves we can they rub on them a freshly caught men nally aud acts directly TAnthonv lfnu on the blood and the cause of the masses 14Q- ThewfcV3 Vi Robert Louii bicvensoa haden handling it somewhat us they Ovnamiter those who have made a profit out of the In tho history of this country has c7cr de- Â¬ only secure It through a jxiity which be on clared In favor of a gold standard and cako of soap So oily is the mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is f very broad minded man should I50 1ole Drill White governments financial policy array them- lieve in tho Immediate restoration of the would it in lalofruei Anthony Hope ci - iinek menhaden that thosjmplo pressure thus uot a quack medicine It was prescribed soh os against the Democrat lo party may they do not dare to say that It Is a bad free and unlimited coinage of gold and sil th r15 read it whether Republican or 153 The Llcht Ids lisII V t u1 I UH Ain thing and then tell 70000000 of liberty uid or may wo not expect thoo who believe loving icoplo tliat they have got ver at tho present legal ratio of 16 to I applied is enough to bring through by one of the best physicians in this to suffer that we nro right to come to our rescue and without wUtlng for tho aid or consent of tho scales oil sufficient for the purpose country for years and is a regular pre Demccrat until some foreign tuition comes and brings uuy All up tho ranks that are being thus deother nation Now York Sun them relief scription It is composed of the best pleted I want you to reirember that In tho dls 138 Belter Dead The dilTerence between Pills and Sim- Â¬ J M Ilarrle If wo must part company with thoo cusslou of tonics known combined with the bst Good llreedloc irn The Story of an African ths mobcy question there nre mons Liver Regulator is just this Pills who bellovo inn government of syndicates S Dream lUiph Iron 01lSchreb Iron good breeding is the blood purifiers acting directly on the A luaua own by syndicate and for syndicates may wo certain fundamental irlnclples nnd when dont go down very easy with most peo-Â¬ mucous surface The perfect Lstevenion best security against other peoples ill tion of the two ingredients is combina- Â¬ not appoal with confidence to thoo who you understand tin- principles you under ple and you feel them a Mr what proÂ¬ money question afterwards manners It carries along with it n duces such wonderful stand the delicto that n government of tho people results curing Dsvly I was nut in a portion of tho country Ll uiber A Conan Dovle l Cont everywhere iiT While Simmons Liver Regulator in liq- Â¬ dignity that is respected by tho most Catarrh Send for testimonials in free by the icoplo and for tho ieoplo should not a Woily Subscription for One Month where they Inlgato on n large sealo and I uid cSrwi perish from tho earth or powder is very pleasant to take petulant 111 breeding invitea and auF J C1IENNEY CO Toledo 0 Including Sunday enormous plants 40 cents If tho men who pride themselves upon foundthem this thought and In Investigat- Â¬ and the only feeling tliat you have after thorizes tho familiarity of tho most tim- fSSTSold by all Druggists 75c RL Stevenson Two Months and a Half - CI 00 occurred to mc Lo r Author their prominence In the business world ing principle ts It Land Wliat that underlies the sub Â¬ wards is the great relief that it gives id No man ercr said a jiert thing to and who glory In tho title of business men l7TheCantaInoI the An Alphabetical Advertisement Send subscription to A Conan ject of Irrigation There Is a principle that from Constipation Biliousness Sick thoDukoof Marlborough No man ever ur- going to make a business out of ioll Tho following remarkable alphabet said u civil ono to Sir Kobcrt Walpole Th1KUlre of Oarian Gray Oscar WiM understand ties are going to iimj their ballots to in- - you must lu the way of before you can do Headache and Dyeiiepsia It is a mild V L AbbeConstantm ical ad appeared in nn issue of ho LouLudovi The New York anything Irrigation Chesterfield e crcuMj their Income I liog you to consider l7oStortrUyaL Anthony Hi Shat Is tho great underlying principle laxative and a tonic don Times uwuy back in 1842 VI roafMt kv llv To Circulation Dpartment It III whether tho great tolling masses of this NW dovv n hill Until you Is Most lie 1oted i Life Widowers U Marvel nud Siuglo Gentlemen tuition havo not a to mako a business It tliat wuter runs Vanderbilti Donation Does young Whittle know much Wanted by n lady a situation to suDer- out of politics once and protect their homes learn that you cannot do anything toward irrigating a farm tint when you underTho fact or the report that Cornelius ubout politics intend tho household aud preside at and their farulllo stand that water runs down r v nariollr SI 1 aems Yes I think ho docs He has had table She is agreeable becoming care- Â¬ The gentleman who has preceded mo lias you havo to do Is to dig a hill then all Yanderbilt lias given 100000 to the ii rr ditch with a v cry properly told loUr iiTtr uchana nrIUM II you that you ore com several chances to tun for office and ful desirable English facetious gen 17 i King Solomon Mint Â¬ to mi petent to settle this question for yoursch ea slant you it and you can carry water wher Republican campaign fund is not likely didnt do Washington Star crous houest industrious judicious ever want to to do McKiuley any good The Amer-Â¬ The founders of our government uoercon uuuunaii keen lively merry natty 2ipA-A-hooiNow so It Is with tho money question celvixl tliat a time would como when there ican people are thoroughly convinced jt Tho first iron forgo in English North philosophic qniet rosy faced obedient TWO 25CEHT NOVELS FREE TO r Armey You havo got to find out tho fundamental sociable i would bo only a few people In this country Anthony lion that such huge accumulations ot wealth America was located at Itayunam in tasteful useful vivacious EACH SUBSCRIBER womanish of Ooresthortio Crsng who would bo competent to settle a groat principle which underlies the subject and AC Xuntippish youthful zealous etc toie publlo juntlon If they lind they would when you understand those principles you as the Yanderbilt estate are not good for tho year 053 A Conaa What Is the country and they also know that St Louis Republic havo written In tho constitution tliat on understand the money question One advantage of taking Ayers Sarsa A Coin Donl ALL NEW AND FRESH most questions everybody could vote but the principle that underlies It all It Is nearly all these gigantic estates are iden Â¬ parilla to purify the blood is that you that the law of supply and demand applies on tho money question only tho financiers WorLInx IUya tified with the Kepubliran party X Y need not infringe upon your hours of could vote It It hollow mockery to grant to money as It does to everything else To thoeo sending J100 to this office we Tho avcrago You next World labor nor deny yourself any food that in n year in number of working days will send poat to the peoplo a right In your constitution year of know that If thoIsworlds cropgreatpaid Tuk BnccKHNBirxiK various countries is as fob a certain article very much DoiUtCht0OW0ri- - A ConaJ end then dony them tho privilege of exer- er than tho crop An eye or an eye and a tooth for a agrees with you In a word you are lows In Knsiia 207 in Britain 278 Xkyvb fur one year and two 25 cent this year that artlclo will cising the right 191 ITwCouillntof Dinah Shadd iSrdln not compelled to starve or loaf while iu Spain 200 in Austria 295 in Novels selected from I that tho peoplo of tho United fall In price If tho crop Is much smaller tooth it the old Mosaic doctrine but the tho list of 200 books 191 Maiwaa Revenge II Itidir llaiJLv this will rise Italy 208 in Davaria and Belgium These are lecoumendations State those who produce wealth as well than knowyear the artlcloot supply In price doctors ol to day save the eye sight by taking which is published in this column v Th that of Caster Pell A LW Trwt I and de applying 300 iu Saxony and Fiance 803 in as thoio who exchange It havo sufficient You reaches tho law Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve worth considering To those eending two doflars we will IH mand rier Bush patriotism and sufficient Intelligence to tit as other forms and controls money as well It cures all forms and you Deuiuurk Norway and Switzerland y iuiiw imp Kobcrt of property It reaches and can buy a tube in judgment upon every question which control all sorts of It is a sad case when a farmer talks for 803 in Prussia 305 in Hollaud aud Bead post paid Tub JJbkckkmuidok I9J American Note Kudyard KinWWW Under tho Oeodar proierty any here for 25c kL1s lias arisen or which will arise no matter a single gold standard It seems very North America 308 and in Huugary News and fifteen Twenty five cent books w A a Hwe Glass llnd Inemue the amount of money more rap how long our government may endure strange that a fanner cannot understand 312 Tula proposition holds good with new sTUCorslcanUrothsr AteSJlXnu Idly than tho demand for money Increase It Will The great political questions are economto it is not to his advnUjre to raiss wheat Eead the proposition heading this list you lower the subscribeiB or with renewals when the dollar questions and great cconomlo questions and the quantity value of awhile tho De AVe should think that the support of at a less ofoter 5 per acre Tho fall of dead brandies from a tree When a creAse of money do subscription is paid up in full and one and address all orders to are In their final analysos great moral ma nd for It lucrenaos and you Increase tho the Hon W 0 P Breckenridge wonld farmer tells us times are hard and ran is an excellent Bign of an approaching year in advance questions and it requires no extended ex value of a dollar When you understand cost the Indianapolis only bo made better by having leas ticket at least 10 ev and more taxes we think Lis nun atorm Tho dead wood much decayed JN0 0 BABBAGE perience in the handling of money to en that you understand tlie essence of the These books are printed from new type htad is absorbs moisture and loses its tenacity affected by the heat able a man to tell right from wrong Question When xoia undcrrund 000votes XY World mouet thus causing tho brunch to fall on good paperand are bound in hand 0L0VKKP0RT Story of Demetrius Â¬ Â¬ ol4 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VV 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ le h 1 Â¬ 3- 1 Â¬ lira Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ irty Â¬ V Â¬ pti--s-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Milk-Maid Â¬ It Â¬ Â¬ j k - Â¬ Â¬ VV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 jct Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yon Â¬ Afraid Â¬ 1 2iv M Â¬ J - 1 tht 33ryanand Sewall - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Silver versus Gold 1twl Â¬ Â¬ souc SW2 -7 AriT Â¬ ni - Â¬ Â¬ I ii m in Journal hrpea VIr STltT 5rttJkt 1 Polc-Sta- rolouJ1 - Â¬ Â¬ rlht ynr Irm Â¬ BOOKS FREE Â¬ It iiicfrkJACfofJy Â¬ 7vrxcev SIJBi1 iJ tf L aert Â¬ it urn - Â¬ Â¬ KY THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY - 3 lll -- Awnrdcd Highest Honors Worlds Fnlr - II ll II - M MWfS BAKING mmmn MOST A PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free fioni Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant flfe 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 10 WEDNESDAY SEPTEWBEK 1890 LOCAL BREVITIES Samuel Conrad lms n Ufcnil now turn- Â¬ out Dr A Simon went to Louisville Mon day leaf Frank Boyd is at hoine for a day or Miss Erna Patterson and her little wo brother Master Sherwood of Cannellon Fisher of Itockport is in the Iud were the guests of their v JChaa city Mr and Mrs B W Noel last Exceedingly good order prevailed here week Mondar lion V B Burton will address the Boy Heyeer of Owenaboro spent Sun poeplo of Patesville Friday Sept 25 at day here night and McGavocks school house on Monday was a good day for the the 20 at night on tho political issues of the day saloons R L Newsom was about the only sin- Â¬ Dr Mitchell of Mooleyville was hare gle gold standard Democrat from here yesterday LouisIt W Vaughn of SteDhensport was that attended the convention at ville nothing the nominees of their here Monday nomination at St Louis Birthday party at the Presbyterian The branch engine came down to the church Friday shops Sunday for repairs and took sever- Â¬ S M Pattersono Tar Fork was in the al xtra coaches back for tho excursion city yesterday Monday from Fordaville to Irviugton Services Sunday morning at the Prc conductor Jerry Tilford was iu chargo byterian church VMiss Margaret Skiliman one of Clover- Geo 0 Patton was aboard the Bryan ports brighest most pleasant and charm- Â¬ special Monday ing young girls left yesterday morning James D Jolly of Hardinsburg was accompanied by her father A B Skill in town Saturday man for Oxford 0 to enter Oxford Col Judce L G Greeory is now able to be ledge tout on the streets Mrs Wm Hall and daughters Misses Joseph Porter w ho has been sick is Latitia and Elizabeth who have been in Loulsvlllo and at the beautiful coun- Â¬ Fnow ablo to be out The crowd in tliiscity Monday num- - try home of Mr A J Turplnof Meadow Lawn havo returned to their home at I bered about 4000 Webster Mr and Mrs Orville Gregory spent The marrlago of Galen Barbee of this Sunday in the city Rossdeutcher of city and Miss Silas and Mike Miller of Hardinsburg Leitchfleld will take place sometime were in the city Saturday this week at the residence of tho bride Free silver arguments could be heard The News wishes them happiness and all over the city Monday prosperity Mr and Mrs Hugh Trywin of Union Asklns Sept 21st Glendean at night Star were in the city yesterday Jolly Station 22nd Balltown 23rd E N Morrison of Haynesvllle was In Hites Run at night Sample 24th Clif- Â¬ ton Mills 25th Nortons Valley at night the city for a few hours Monday Speaking to begin at 130 U M Bullilt and Miss Nannie Ken- Â¬ Gaifleld 20th and 730 p m nedy went to Louisville Sunday Mr James G Harris and family left Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly of Jolly last week for Michgian to begono some Â¬ station were in the city Monday Frank English wo are glad to inform time visiting among relatives and friends C W Moorman is acting in his many friende is improving rapidly his place as book keeper at tho shops Tho Baibecue given in the Lalleist while he is away park Monday was a pronounced success At a meeting of the official members Edward Bacon of the firm of J Bacon of the Prisbyterian church last week it Son spint Sunday with Jas B Fish arrangements were made to continue ier the Rev D M Grant as pastor of the Dr A Bishop of Ithaca N Y was church until June next His regular registered at the Cloverport hotel Fri- - appoints will be the first and second Sun play days in each month Roland Smith tho clever hotel keeper tVUpon the arrival of Wm Jennings of Stephensport was in the city yester- - Tlryan Momday evening at 5 oclock pay Tho Silver Democrats of this city and James Miller has about recovered so Breckenridge county presented him with that he can resume his positon with the one of the most beautiful and artistic boquots tied with long silver ribbon railroad Mrs J D Babbago entertained The bearing this inscription Bryan and Se fVVomanB Beading Club Friday evening wall from 3 to 5 Why suffer with Coughs Colds and All coons look alike to me is one of LaGrlppe when LaxativkBromo Quinine the latest soiicj and undoubtedly will will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sulljiava great go CleakoUt the mico and rats with one phate of Quinine Put up in tablets conlot our iranroved trans 125 rats caught venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents or money refunded fin one trap Sulzjrs A It Fisher Judge Mercer and son Claude and ex- - For sale by Itov Dr Hayes will preach at Holt Judge Milton Board of Ilardingaburg next Saturday and Sunday at 11 oclock were in the city Sunday a m and at the Elm Street Methodist Miss- LaFayetto Lalleist went to lLouisvillo yesterday for a few davs stay church next Sunday at 70 p ni The final business meeting will be held at with relatives aud friends the bank next Monday evening at 730 Hon 1 It Hurray and wife went to oclock Sacramental pervlces at Holt Owenaboro Sunday night aud returned Sunday morning and at the Elm street Monday with Bryan party church Sunday evening The thief who stole tho canvas carri- Â¬ There is no use taking pills or purga- Â¬ age cover will kindly return it to my tives to cure the chills Dr Bells Pep Â¬ warehouse It L Newsom permint Chill Tonic cures them by Bro It J Brandon of the Christian itself It does more than that too it chunh was in tho city last week and gives you a new dress on the inside It delivered throe good sermons tones you up and makes you strong It Mr and Mrs Henry Elmore and her makes you fetl some account Sold on slater Miss Mattie Miller of Hardins- Â¬ a guarantee- burg were in the city Saturday Mr Ridley Cayco AssistantManagcrof Ellzeaur Nicholas has just finished the the L II fc St L railroad who made cottage occupied by John Ityan on liver the trip from St Louis to Louisville with William Jennings Bryan upon ar- Â¬ street with a new coat of paint riving in Louisville was presented with a J I McCuon J It Walker J W Â¬ fMartin and Leslie Walker of Fordaville bouquet by our nextPresident in compliment of his efllcient management of the came up Monday to hear Bryan special train and courteous treatment to Judge A M Puliiara and Capt B H all PIchard Are insurance men were both Mr John T Ditto of Brandenburg here last night from Hardinsburg Ky who travels for a Cincinnati house O Babbage and II J D Babbago E is at the Gibson and gives the old State 0 Murray boarded tTo Bryan special to Bryan He also travels in Illinois here Monday evening for Louisville when last there says it was all silver You are cordially invited to attend the Mr Ditto is a brother-in-laof Col Young Mens mating Sunday evening Daryld W Farleigh of Loulsvlllo one of at 4 oclock at thevreebyterian church the ablest Republican lawyers in the t Judge and Mrs Tarvin of Covington State whesa recent enlistment under camo down Sunday and were the guests the silver banner created a seneation of Mr and Mrs W II Bowrner until Cincinnati Enquirer Holiday The protracted mooting conducted at Badly Cat Paula school house by Jtov Geo Jones Fisher Parker and Crlt Hambletoo iandO B Bates cloied Sunday with ten both colored got into a difficulty at Har Â¬ I Additions dinsburg Monday night in which the Ut 5 Reports latter was severely cut with a knife thou Royal Baking Powder Ilambleton if the barber at Hardins burg superior to grand-par-ents j Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ J Mr and Mrs William Morton and niece Miss Veva Bait visited friends and relatives in this city Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mm Ell Dean of Glendean came in Monday to see Bryan and re Â¬ mained until yesterday evening the guest of relatives Messrs John Batt and Jim Finn and Mib Parmer Woods and daughter Mies Ida were the guests of Mrs Robert Bait and family Sunday Miss Allien Murray after a stay of several wo ks witli relatives at Sorgho had tho honor of returning home Mon Â¬ day ou the Bryan special Mrs W II Bowmer and daughter Miss Margaret and Mrs Tarvin of Cov ington wont to Ilawcsvillo Monday to return on the Bryan special The Hon Ben Bruner assistant lte publican Elector for this district will ad dress tho citizen of Brcckonridgu county at tho following times and plaws Miss Bessie Barbee who lias been with relatives and friends here and in the county for some weeksreturned Mon day to the Methodist Orphans Home Noah Greenwall who has about 8000 llj of tobacco and which was complete ly covered witu worms a lew days ago says that not a worm can bo found on n Â¬ Fashionable millinery and dnsunak ing in artistic design at reasonable prices Call at once and purchase you a novelty in the millinery line Alto con- Â¬ sult the dressmaker and take view of her fsshlonnble bookp which she takes quite a pleasure in showing and assisting in selecting an appropriate costumes for all sizs fonni styles etc Upper Main St opposlto Suzors store Cloverport Â¬ HARDINSBURG L H Tutts Pills Hill pa 730 am III t MMM --- tmmmmmmNimimmmmmmm jmC W TIME TABLE 0010 IHI siinrr Dalle trr PMoftr Dllj A I Ilardlmbar aomoTuatT arr Uartlnibnrjr at Jolly Cure All Liver Ills Keep the system in perfect or- Â¬ der by the occasional use of Tints Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce Perfect Health Ms s 2K a fm 7V SUMMER WILL SOON Ky Mrs II V Duncan has not retired from the millenory business as she anticipated doing some time ago She desires us to say to her old friends and patrons that she is arranging for an increased trado this fall She will receive this week an entire now stock of hats in all the leaning shapes walking hats sail ors and all the latest novelties in trim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir raising Our inerchauU are getting in their fall goods ithe Govt all others Jndgo Board returned from Louisville Sunday A Frank Haswell returned home last For sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ Saturday iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ Fresh bread on Wednesday and Satur Â¬ dred diseases an absolute day J II Hook ft Pierce Hardaway of Bewleyville was mings hero last Friday Miss Emma Bartlcs is now in Louis TO AN 7 JHSE X Julian Brown la building a new store ville in tho millinery establishment of MURRAY V G Coker house at Glendcane where sho will remain Ti about a month studying the latest styles Miss Annie DoJtrnett has been quite in hat trimming for fall and winter wear sick with fever for two weeks Declares He Is the Nominee for Congress Miss Bartles when she returns from In Thlt District and Says He Will Run S O Walker was at Cloverport last Louisville will occupy her old placo week working Life Insurance iid nnuu iu a rimaiie with Mrs II V Duncan in the millin- Â¬ All kinds of drugs and patent medi- Â¬ ery trade where the people of this com Â¬ S you Up Mind cines at cut rate prices Witt John D Babbace he Secretary of That munity can get the benefit of her know Â¬ Go to Krcemers old stand for a first ledge obtained while away Convention Supports Him jjj Going to class lunch J 11 Hook Prop Mr and Mrs J Scott Vance had quite Fresh rakes always on hand atKreem- Declares he is tho nominee for Coi a number of their friends to meet their lciliiips our loom needs brijlitciiiiitf up with a new g KHfH in this district and sayp he will visitors Friday night at their residence ers old stand J II Hook Prop run the race to a finish John 1 llab Carpet or Curtain Tho Bryan club had a good Jdelegation and were enjoying themselves hugely r bago the Secretary of that Convention dancing talking aud listening to the from the country last Saturday night How about having those Pictures framed now Decoiate a supporta Murray sweet strains of music when they were Cigars Tobacco Notions and a first surprised by young Walt Allen entering class Hue of confectioneries at J II Hon David It Murray and his sup g your walls neatly and cheaply with a pretty the house pretty well intoxicated Mr Hooks porters who went with him from this g ST Picture Frame See our line of Vance went to him and told him that ho Allen Kincbeloe was at Jolly last place to the Congressional Convention nice Mouldings was in tho wrong place and asked him to Saturday and introduced the speakers of atElizabetlitown all returned home last leave ho hesitated for awhile but finally the day week and are positive in their convic by persuasion he decided to go and was tions that Murray won the nomination The Louisville Annual Conference They do taken home ly his father This did not not hesitate to denounce the meets at Hopklnsvllle Ky next Wed- suit him he had not enough of the pleas action of some of the membere of the nesday 23 ures they were enjoying and it wasnt Convention iu thoir eflort to over ilde Quaint and curious designs in handles good ones too none A number of our citizens went to Clo the will o the but a few moments until Allen was back majority The editor of in the house again He was again taken verport last Monday to get a look at the the News who was secretary of the Con better for the money Get a pick now out and they thought that this time next President vention declares emphatically that on V G Babbago will address theSunday three ballots the With tho t7th and everything was over Ho called forChas May Jr to come to the fence and School at West View next Sun lay even1000th Murray received 10iJ votes JC INOLTK Arwijnee when only 18 necessary to a rhoice He Charley thinking that he wanted to offer ing at 230 oclock an apology for hip rash act went out All C L Beard A Bro who purchased further BayB that tho chairman was re Â¬ at once Charley received a slight stroke the Cool Spring property are digging a quested to announce thu vote which he refused to do All ol this proceeding is on the forehead from a club Allen had large fitli pond there in ids hand A few moments after this My stock of drugs are always fresh and very distasteful to the Democrats of tho occurred Marshal Hall arrived on the of the best quality Prescriptions care- Â¬ district and alike is regretted by Mr Mur ray But doB not think he should have scene and proceeded to arrest Allen He fully compounded at all hours Witt the nomination which he fairly won arrested him but not fteling well the GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS The almighty dollar is what you are wrenched from boy almost wore the marshal out by re Â¬ him by force and he has For the Sale of Country Produce after now but dont forget my low prices decided to sisting him Upon reaching the jail Al- Â¬ remain a candidate IUforencrs lerman llank Western llmli Fidelity Trust Company Mr on goods Bring on your produce Wilt P JI1 Wot Haild Sllfit HrlMfrli Oth ami lulli I0IISMME KV P len pulled away and ran and the mar- Â¬ Murrays card is as follow a The trustees have done some good Louisville KySept IIISWI To tho shal let him go work on the street culverts Now they Voters of tho Fourth Congressional disought to pass an ordinance to restore the trict of Kentucky Thoroughly convinc IRVINGTON street lights ed and satislied that I am tho regular and Mr Jlmmio Kincbeloe purchased a legitimate nominee of tho Democratic G Big Fire Rev Sturgeon has Closed house and lot here last week This is party for Congress 1 hereby announce And Every Sensihle Practical and Economical Man Favors Successfull Meeting Miss Chariot no evidence that he is going to keep that I will make the race and respect fully solicit your inlluenco and votes any further batch Herncon Gone to Hopklnsvllle to 1 9 Vv It B Cox arrived here last week from invito your investigation of my claims to Enter School arfaflH BV 9 h a wk JSMiriw ii Union Star and opened up tho old Ham tho nomination and am conlldent that aV a NS Ai VT5 bleton Hotel He asks a liberal share of you will 1ml that lam theregulnr nomi Â¬ Mrs G T Marshall has been sick for the public patronage assuring satisfac- Â¬ nee of my party Very respectfully the past week DAVID It MUltUAY Dr Lon Moremen spent one day this tion in every particular Mrs V Daniel has recently received a week in the country 20 doi I idles black and striped hose k001 rjiuility District Association oici Icniin hn the inc a8c now only 3s at 5c Miss Chariot Herndon left last week latter from her son Phocian at Los i ht ol crash tnwiilni at C The Cloverport District Association Dont forget we handle all kinds of school supplies at Ask for our Strong Supcnilcr at 9c pair Angeles California saying that ho is for will convene in tho City for Hopkinsvhlo to enter School School building lowest prices onR lirit ysnimlesi sockat jc Mlr He rays further at Cloverport Saturday September Llith Frank Carters many friends aro glad Bryan aud Sewall Ine iiiriiins at 40c 50c no 75c worth double iriic A nic line lad is button shoes with tiis nt 75c 0 that there is a club of filtecn hundred 1SJHS Tho following nibjecto are to know that he is convalescent a it f S4 Mum W set n to be appreciated only align Wool filling dttinu worth 33csuitings tSc We curry the largixt line of Mens and Ik kokl at ajC clou Republicans thero who have declared ed to tho respective teackera cloth Miss Lill McGlothlan will go to Louisof the Imported duel slurtums ami ing in this part ol tb country We liatc tin in out ut ijc im for Bryan He tries too persuade Ills district ville this week to visit her brother specials nt JJiA fl aS and loods jS Iat mlor red Damatk nice tdtteiui at A mother that she ought to be for Bryan S SnK woci iton woith twice the mono Mrs Nannie Henderson went to Louis- Â¬ lood all linen towels Ice I II 11 Logan but Mrs Daniel writes him that she is I in oc km Crey blankets at 65c 90c ji si xtra honvy cotton worth 5c nt 40 ville Monday to visit her sister and son Itridlnc Word Method Annie Kiilt quite too old a Democrat to affiliate with White bankets 73c 90c f Mo Illjch cotton nice smooth goods worth 7c at jc Advanced Ili illng Miss Nellie Henderson has gone to the Popocrats Mdlc Sliili A hi linu oT lidus black drtss goods newest Wo hive just uddod a grocery department and will Siiillntenttry Itcjding Kffie Kiiulaloc roll etery thing in this line at rock bottom pf ian tvoatesand lowtt prices Louisville to pursue a course in Kinder Knsc Inlie All of our ji 73c and 60c slippers nnd Uxfjtd tits A tjoiid ll ickmij brutb ice There were two political meetings held Primary Arithmetic l V garten work Mtthods In Percentage Ji o iniy Indigo riTi oc Iest iutllt V nt 15c at the court house last Saturday night Mkjn Miss Lill Scott of Hardinsburg hs 111 a oaii noes inc ueM wk eter nau a Just 10 eiteil a lull line of tidies copes to lumc In the court room up stairs tho McKiu- Â¬ Map Drawing Kuby Ulan for the past week been visiting friends Al 41 30 f an 73c shirt wains at 9S tleni iUUk ut 33 ley club got together and was addretsrtd How lcich Kentucky History 11 ttnnl I lool in tliis vicinity V llena Uolxiu by R N Miller Below in the Circuit How teach Citil Goemment If you dont see what you want ask for it We have it and at the Little Henry McGehee and sister Lida crerks iffice the Bryan club organized How Teach Spelling Liiu n Sunvr How Mark 1upiU Dally Kcciutlons jilt Pi ice We invite you to call and see us have been very sick but we aro glad to with ono hundred and twonty members JjiU Wloii know they are improving The Bryan club will meet next Saturday How Keep 1culie lticord Honks V A Slilh Brother Georgo Cundifl will preach at night at tho City Hall where speeches URANDENHURC KY Mary V Mixmiun the M E church Thursday evening at will bo made by some of tho members Uieof Diacritical Maikj Teachers llulallon to Taunts IlirUt M Heard 730 and Friday morning at 10S0 The members of tho club fiel much en- Â¬ General llemarkson AssovUtion Work There will bo singing at the ME church couraged over the outlook as the feeling Andrew Driskili Wednesday evening at 7 oclock All for Bryan and silver is Increasing With J II II LooAv Vice President aro invited to be present as nothing is the piopcr effort they think this district Worth Its weight In gold Sutherlands more important to a church than good can bo easily carried for Bryan Egle Eye Salve singing The McKiuley men in and around About 1 oclock a m Sunday fire was Jollys Station ralsol a McKiuley flag Pire at Irvrgton discovered iu W I Cains lumber yard thero last Saturday The crowd present Irviugton was visitfd by qulto a de it was under such headway that it was was small many of them too being structive lire last Saturday night abou1 impossible to do any thing with it The Bryan men The Republican court 1 oclock The lire started iu W D Cain next door dwelling and Mr D W house cfllcials all turnod out and went A Cos lumber yard conquering it first Fruits onil Poultry Liberal premiums on all kinili of sock Foiin lroilucts Loss doWn but it was not as big a tiling to Henrys store all were destroyed Good lialf nillo track Kxcellent water in a frame Iioibo adjoining Trotting ami rutinhiK races each day It then took about 3 000 insurance 1 200 The tho lumberyard the property of Kminctt lianiB and htilla Good Hotels Ueiluml rates on all railroads them as thoy were expecting Por catalogues Brother Sturgeon of Louisville closed crowd and the enthusiasm didnt havo Kichardson From thero it ppreod tn nml ontry blanks apply to Secretaty his meeting at this place Saturday night sufficient volume Mr J W Pate of the hardware storo of Mr I V Henry A KINKIII2A1 J M Kills with six conversions and four additions Jolly seemed to be in the lead o cere Â¬ destroying it Tho people wore unable P L WlNrKIWMiTlI Vice Prenidunt lrcBlilurt Secretary by letter The baptising was Sunday monies He gave Republicans and to check tho flro and it consumed all the afternoon Brottier Sturgeon was very Dt mocrata alike a cordial greeting The property on that square as stated The much liked by the church and they were polo is ono hundred feet high The fhg Lumber Companys loss was about very sorry to eay good bye to him is a very handsomo one eight by six Â¬ 2000 but they carried 1200 worth of teen feet and was made by the ladies at insurance Mr Henry caved about all Contly Education It was raised about one of his stock of hardware but ids storeTho gold organs nro constantly talk Â¬ tho station oclock followed by a speech from Milton house was a complete loss as was also ing ubout u ciimpaigti of education KENTUCKY for tho people What hotter financial Coko of McDaniels and Morris Eskridge tho house owned by Mr IMchardson education could tho people havo than of Hardinsburg The Bryan men out at Tho origin of the fire is not known Hub Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Paluce that which has been given to them by Kirk announce a flag raiting for Saturthe ft old syndicato and tho Clove mid day 20 They invito everybody out to a Halls and entrances nro Marble and Tiling of tho finest qunlity 20C0 administration An education that costs big day 400000000 in cash in three yoars Yimlg of Brilliant Now Velvet Carpot Adorn tho Floors of lled rooma I Say Tew children escape that most annoy-ought to bo n good cue Atlanta ConNotice Parlors nnd Ujipor Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ plaint caused by deranged kidneys and stitution weak urinary organs In jj years sales I am uow doing the repairs of watch is nota single report of a failure of Its equipments throughout are without rated and Brilliantly Lighted Croat and Absurd clocks spectacles jnwelry aud silver McKiuley talks about overproduc Â¬ ware shop next door to John Ilobens a suporior in tho South rate of charges considered when tion and underconsnuiption store oppositrt Hamilton Hotel Call corn Is being wasted in Kansas while Over 10000 havo been expended in this recent improvement Buchu to cure this bad habit Winter- O LiwIs pcoplo aro starving tn New York There and see me T smiths Duchu not only stops present J but checKa certain future misery and pain aro times when absurdity is wicked RATES 2 AND PER DAY sj years success guarantees its value All Exchange a druggists and merchants sell It Arthur Z reterCoLoulsvlllcKy1GeuIAgeuts Slow Another Ulut Uoarka Perhaps It will bo Just as well for Bourlio Cockrnn to call another halt on 5 the Bllver erase It Is barely possible AFTER DELINQUENTS NOTICE it didnt hear bis first toot Wash that AHKINCIIELOU WKIWNES Sheriffs to Drgin Selling Property at ingtou Post Gold BARNES KINCHEL0E Notke Is berth Riven as provl ad by section No Once Shorten labor Haous lialn 14440 the Hentuiky Stuiutes that ut n ejjuUr Labor Friend ft it fifmlnUhfa iliiltffcr to lift Ol Urio ol lh lire lui I lea County Court bM In ih la condi lletetofore tlUtialut warrants have town ofllariliiitburK Ky ontbo I51I1 ilsy ol June Perhaps It was as a friend of labor both ruotlicr utul child uudo leaven bcr rvcorery rcdy tion more fuvorublo ATTORNEYS LAW I SiA been eont out to delinquents simple na that Mark Hauna hai kept so much of Stroimor niter than before tonnnem Dt Ihrra wjia new toilg nrrrbirt cstubiihct at HARDINSnURO KY auuiioiuiueut mljwlfe Kibe ticatjcincdy llcndedna III Ih Hslh MuglslcrUI Dlttikt this warnings but now action will be taken its just due sufo in his own pocket- anil ull vofn includail iu rail piaclnct Collections and enforcement of liens given ronntv Bt Louis Repnblfo Uiuniliry hereinafter shown will bo lemilnil la In every Instance where the tax payors FOR RISING BREAST special attention vote at dumb una und not clsowhara all to come forward with their taxes OAfilTOXlXA IIOUNDAUY lloiiinnlnK ut Ilia John AiUn old Known and worth the price for that alone Turin Ihe enrrrr to lb Wo aro determined to collect all taxos llardinsburir andCloter Sheriff Sale for Taxes UmlorMd ud retorawondid by mldwlvc and llrt Miiifiitrtal DUtilct thilitu u siMht Una In duo 11 the property o our best friends all ladle who have used It n On Mnnda tha nth day of October lli Sinmil llajvlns lo I ictuda hi ill thence a nrslnht Uewuro of sulMlltuie aud Imitations rl try deputies will at lbs court houS uor tell for line to the naartst lulnl on Itorlc lUli lhanca has to be sold to do so ia s Jus fur I h years Igo and 1194 tho Ulowing down the tha sauia with Its nliidr to whl tha pror aMy 8 A Tatx S 11 O llnuyh irna The Sleimer Monteith and Barge the upssll Fifty acrtsrf land In Magi lerld DUirlc No In wbcra lha Noilh and Child Birth Easy described the nqmsoftnwllj t Smlih for year a creek empties Into toe her ctvl SouiliIcthairoa of Makes F 1 Paynk D S lUtcd tn Are open for engagements for excur- Â¬ thence up ItsrU tht North ol ItiiuBh rrak t nni Klik of said creek to ll alls crril lh c up 1S91 aud Taics and co 1 4875 V I CUviinkr 1 s Soul by Kxnrcm o mull on receipt of ptce sions picnics and moonlight parties on tha TO MOTiplla cik lo tihrra westHurdintburir d stUt ttnd In MAjliitrlil District No t Tul IIimi ptr bottle Hook sil acros with Address very reasonable terms Buled tree con talnlni voluntary Uatlaiontala Puled In tht nan a ol Jenny Duncan and sUlcr lor Ilia crosss snmeithenca tirdiuning tha iUrJInl irANlrJU-iiitslosl Groceries in lour burir tlitisi lis to tha the year 1P91 Taiesand com Iiii si Y vauoiy nulaot fnulc Address wlih sum W D Cbaumond aTLWTA 9hi Sinned WM AIII1 II C C BJUBilELD BEUUUT0B CO K K ItllODHK Hs 8 JlC tndreforeuces I E CASKV Srriainberoth ISA TIIQS 1 WHOIt KxD S II C iojji bt vU panpoiTUi No 410 Jo 1st Cotkgtoa Kj Hawmtlle Ky Vigorous Body run TUTTS Liver P5LLS GOME s a4 nlwgst J -- 2 w iv END Better Make arc ZS How Your Spend the Winter Months i 2 Â¬ Â¬ See Our Line of Umbrellas Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS 3 CO uuuiiUiUiUiamiUiUiumuiiiv J M NEHAN Â¬ j i Â¬ Silver Men favor Bryan old Men favor McKinley Â¬ fcQa M OilBatlr i -- la flU Ill The Bargain Providers Â¬ 1 Â¬ I I 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 GEO YEAKEL CO Great Hardin County September 8 9 10 and Pair ELIZABETHTOWN KY Â¬ 11 1896 Â¬ 1 Â¬ The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE Â¬ Â¬ SMOTHERS IWINTERSMITHS S S 250 MOTHERS FRIEND vrl IBUCHUi AT W Scott Miller Jr Manager 1 -- 2 THEX Latest U S Govt Report BREGKRNRIDGR NRWS OLOYERPORT KY WELL SOLD TURTLE IT WAS OF THE SNAPPING KIND AND THEREBY HANGS THIS TALE 11 PrVl m Bkeckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder Absolutely pure 0MK5v3 race 10 1KW Dave Fairleigh and Matt ODoherty Join a Nonpartisan Two of Free Silver Club WU Stmt ft Rich Wife ad TtDtlnm 8reem Qulili Ilplred In ft Small Irfinl lie Waj For WTilth Cnnntry Lad to Louisvilles Most Prominent Republicans Eodsrse the Demtcratic REMARKABLE GAINS TO FLOORING REPUBLICANS BRYAN IN THE MOUNTIANS Hon J Mort Rothwell Telli of the Sit- nation In Pulaski and Other Mountain Counties of Kentucky It Amounts Revolution to Political Hon J Mort ltothvell the able voting attorney of 1 ancaster Ky was in Mr the city on professional buin Rothwell four years a0 was the iVuio cratic elector in his district ami this year was an alternate delegate for the Ute at larje to the Chicago convention this year Mr Kothwell is one of the most pojmlar young stamp speakers in Ken- Â¬ tucky He is well acquainted alt over the mountain section Tlie Messenger asked him yesterday about the political situation in Central and Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky He said Those who proclaim that Kentucky is going Republican this fall are either intentionally deceptive or so ardently desirous for such a result that they can only see one side of the situation I am net personally familiar with the situa tion in this end of the State but judginc from the past record of your people is standing by true Demscracy to wit 16 to 1 1 may justly presume that the same good snse and loyalty that has heretofore chaneterued their actions still actuates them now Cut there is a secUon a very large section of the state that I am as well ac quainted with as any man in the state 1 refer to Central Kentucky and the mountains as to the Central suffice to say that for every lost Democrat we will get two Republicans to say nothing of the Iopeltsts and Prohibitionists who are with n almost to a mas In reference to the mountains we are as certain to carry the Eleventh disJrict as the sen rises that moraine Ill tell you of some personal exper ience aad observation I had in that disI went to Walnut Giovr trict lately lwl U county last month to speak at a barbecue I went the day before in a through the country 1 had beard reportsof a sih er sentiment in that sec Â¬ tion s I took pain to inquire into the statler Pulaski you kao cires from 13ft to lSt Republican majority and a Dnoorat is a curiosity The day I went I talknd to some ten or Sheen men on the roads and at country suxps who had rvr voted a IVsweraUc rote who Of enU declared for us this fail In fact I did iot meet a man that day Democrat or Bet nbhcaa who did sot say be w as goiag o support our ucVtt That aiclt ith Mr -- am Ecton a Democrat who told me that he knows of no oce i i hi fectioc who was not going to vote f jt Bryan and be aad his family about the oaly Democrats in thit sretift That airbt he had some rkbt orteti gs4s at sapper who were run tun a thresher aad who lived at Eobu ks that ooant a precinct in waieb there are not exceeding a dc ten DeMor rats Each aad all of tbfee men 4- - elated that they bad alnays been Re prUiis but wouid this fall vote the D rUc tic let and turther than thi kaewof soman ta their prt oact who WsMkJ not do as they are going to do AsbcniToithe recent local option race in the county told me that a few days bifore he went to Somerset to take the returns from his precinct and there met ta other sheri- - eoae thirty odd alto geJfcer only two or three Wmg Demo crats but not one w bo did not intend to vvte the Democratic ticket this fall He ferther said that each made an estimate of their several precincts and tigureJ that we would carry the county I left Mr Ectons the next morning and started for the barbecue On the read I met John McWilliaras one of the leading Republicans of that county w ho I never voted but one Democrat said ic vote in my life and that was for a jus Â¬ tice who had no opposition and it lUed to have killed me but I shall vote for ttryan this fall and I do not know of any Republicans in this section who will not I also met his vote the same way brother a few minutes later who also de-Â¬ clared for us At the barbecue I was joined by Hon A A Lewi who for ten years has led the Republican party of He made the opening that county speech declaring for our ticket arid urg ing his fellow Republicans to do like wise It had great effect I estimated some four or ne hundred voters present nine tenths of them Republicans and I dont believe thirty of them were against u After I finished speaking I bad man after man to come to me shake my hand and tell me be had never voted Demo Â¬ cratic before but was going to do now I merely make us of Pulaski as an illustration of the sentiment in the mountains whats true of that county is true of the whole district I have talked to men from all parts who con firm this You can just make a note of it that Jim Blade will be the next con creasman from the bloody Eleventh Fltxpairick la certain of election in the Tenth while John Thompson will warm the Eights congressional seat I tell jroa the people axe taking a band in this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by IUjd Â¬ Platform They know what they want and the Democratic party is the only one of- Â¬ fering them that which they seek I be- Â¬ We the undersigned hereby become lieve we will cany every district in the members of the Non Partisan Free Sil Â¬ fclate ver Club and weaffilnn that after study- Â¬ 1 see my friend Charlie Wheeler ing the matter thoroughly we believe has won in the First I am grateful at the following statement of principles to this He k a good wan and an able be true man First That the workl having been on Bryan will have 6000 people to hear Journal a bimetallic basis from the dawn of his him at Lexington the Courier Post and Times to do the counting not- Â¬ tory until recently the burden of proof is on those men who seek to bring it to withstanding gold standard I wish you coukl hear our people the single Second That the single gold standaid But let cuss those infernal papers by reducing silver to a subsidiary coin Â¬ them go They are like Billy Breckin ridge said of Milt Durham Of large de Â¬ has about double the demand forgold thereby making gold nnre eought after sires and small gratifications and hence more valuable and as a nec essary confluence has vastly decreased We should remember that if we go the value of all other commoJities as into winter with a summer cold on our measured in gold lungs we are liable tohae pneumonia Third We believe that the bime-Â¬ about the tint snow or cold tain Dr tallic basis is vastly better for all classes builds up and of Bells people except the idle holders of strengthens the weak cords of human idle capital body air passages lungs and bronchial Fourth We believe that all the ben Â¬ tubes that are strained and made sore efits of bimetallism will be reached if by the wiuters blasts Its a tissue builder and while thousands of chronic one half of the world uses gold only and of world uses silver cafs are to day rinding relief and the other half the strength from its use millions of people only This in fact is the only bimetall- Â¬ were cured of coughs and colds and kept ism that the world has ever known to stout by the use of this remedy all any large extent Fifth We believe that the United through last winter It cures every Â¬ thing in its line except consumption States are so important in population and chronic cases of this dreaded malady wealth and consumptive power that The transferring them from the gold column find rest and comfort from its us Â¬ genuine is made only by the E E Suth Â¬ to the silver column will bring the valerland Medicine Co Paducah Ky and ue of silver almost if not entirely to a 1 bottles hold five parity with that of gold sold by all dealers Sixth We believe this change would times and the 50c size two and one be so vastly beneficial to the people of fourth times as much as the iV size this country and to all mankind that it is the duty of every patriotic citizn to studr the question thoroughly and im- Â¬ PARKER partially and we believe that when they have done so they will join us in pro Â¬ Speaks To a Crowded Home at Hirdiss moting the cause of bimetallism bare September 5th Seventh We deny that there has been any overproduction of silver and believe that the depreciation in the val- Â¬ RESOLUTIONS ue of silver has been entirely due to hos- Â¬ tile legislations The Hon Joe A Parker the leader of Eghth We believe that I imetallism the Populist party in this State spc ke in the Gourt boue at Hardinsburg last Sat Â¬ by international agreement is already and every day becoming Mr impodble urday weec to a large crowd Parker was billed for a debate with the more so for the reason that the creditor Hon Charley Brocston but for some nations and thece nations w ho are en Â¬ reason the latter gentleman did not ap-Â¬ tirely controlled by the creditor casses pear Parker had the crowd entirely to will never acree to it Ninth We favor the free and unlim- Â¬ himself and spoke for two hours with Â¬ 1 out a break His speech was well re Â¬ ited coinage of silver at a ratio of fi to by the United States alone without ceived by both Democrats ami Popu Â¬ lists aad be left a rood impression waiting for the consent of any other Owtrarr to the expectation of the Re Â¬ oosntry Signed publicans ami sound money Democrats Doxaut McDosald the speaker did not abuse Bryan and the Daviu W Faielehh Chicago platform Neither did he engen Â¬ Matt ODoutett der any bad feeling with his party here A LLCS P Caeiek against the Democrats His speech was HexftT Stanton a plain matter of fact argument on the M VT Neal condition of the times and he urgr d all John Drischek who heard him to do right and voe for It T DrnRETT a ticket that promised relief to the great Jow - BaiNLcv masses of the people usiou At the eoac Goo I Thomi son of Mr Parkers address the followiag re E L McDonald solutioas was adopted Jvo W Bband Et That it is the ea c4 the Democrats of Breckeiridee county here A poultryman advises to keep Pekin Assembled that all silver foro s thou 1 be consolidated in this state aai tl at -- dnckt for the same reason that you keep Embden geese because of the large hereby recommend tbat the State Committee ancepl the prpi sitioa number of eggs they lay in a season of ur Peppier- Partv fri nds in that Ut v They are busily at it from January until shall be allow 1 two electors fropi tl t harvest and also in the fall The feath Â¬ state We d i this through a sp rit f ers of ducks ripen a little quicker being harmony and oonservaticm wKi h thou 1 ready for plucking every six weeka in f tl -- stead of ten and sell at a price next to characteria this etrugg massed agiinst the classes tboe of the goose 1- if e - Â¬ dth -- ilutaket AbontHcartDisfsse The chances which go to make up heart disease take place slowly and go tn for years without making tlteru--Vt- s known to the victim and in not a few eaee death occurs suddenly from surh disease without its existence having been suspected On the other hand there ae persons who think they Lave heart dis Â¬ ease when the construction of that organ is perfectly healthy Thay compliin of bad feelings in the cardiac regions pal- Â¬ pitation irregulai breathing ttx and such symptoms would naturally suggeet disease In these cases the trouble is purely nervous in character that is the nerves which control the workings of the heart are somewhat deranged and very generally this derangement is the result of dyspeptic trouble Those w bo exhibit the signs described should turn their at Â¬ tention to the stomach and try ard over come th m by careful attention to diet The quantity of food taken should be no greater than health and strength demand and only eubtances easily digestible should be eaten In some people even with fairly strong digestive powers tea and coffee cause palpitation of the heart hence their use is forbidden Tobscco also gives rise to the same symptom Of course this habit and all others which tend to produce nerve weakness should Where trouble with be discontinued the he art is purely functional the rem Â¬ edy Kea with the victim and by wise reÂ¬ straint a cuoe is generally eflVcted In fact medical treatment is rarely needed except it be to tone up the sttem New York Ledger Jeese I Test Esq an old resident and highly respected citizen of our town called this morning and alter purchasing a bottle of Chamberlains Cfaohc Cholera and Diarrbtea Remedy said If any cV yaot if ttila Mntlv will 1 An ia claimed for it tell them yes and re- Â¬ H Alxvandek Stock fer them to me Eeynoldaville Pa No one can doubt 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 sale by A It Fisher druggist Â¬ Â¬ Found on a Battlefield A romantic story is told of the wife of Thomas E Watson Populist candidate for Vice President After one of the batties of our civil war a richly dressed baby was found among the dead and wounded No parents came to claim the child They say that father and mother had perished in the strife It is not known whether they were on the North- Â¬ ern or Southern side But a Southern soldier and his wife took the child they had found and cared for her as their own The years passed and the little girl grew to be a handsome and cultivated lady Th n young Tom Watson fanner lawyer marritd her and they have lived happi Â¬ ly ever since A Sufferer Cured Â¬ i Exerv season from the tttue 1 wis two rrsiwL 1 suffered ilrtd fully fivun erysipelas which kept grvwiH worse until my hands were almost iiM leAs The lones softened to that they u mild lieiid and several of in fingers are now crooked from this cause On mj hand I carry large scars which but for fcii ttHft AYERS Sarsaporilla would be sores provided I was alive and aWe Â¬ 1 to carry anything Eight bottles of Ayers Sarsapanlla cured me ta that I have had no return of the d sease for m re than twenty years The frst l otte seerued to reach the ot aid a irs ste 1 use of t has perfected tie crc O C Davis Wa tiua Ws AYERS Sarsaparilla ATESS TILLS THE 0XLT WOUTS TALK OAflTonxa froxtu Good Digwtisn Try Dr Cadys rendition roTrdcrs they Â¬ are ju5t what a horse need when in bail condi Â¬ raid a tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge broker to a party of friends yesterday if he bad not used such a tone of sus Â¬ DUKES picion when he demanded more margin ou certain stocks that I had with him in a loan Tobiccs Flies Caught With Feathers os Its only his way Charlie said n Corn Stalk With Seven Ears on It He didnt meau to injure you hearer Peach Cutting ntalh Possibly he did not said the first speaker It may havo been due 1o tho lltla cntt frwn tut rrk training that old Dutch banker gave him and his innate desire to let There waa a peach cutting Tuesday nothing csonpa night at Lafe Newberrys When be and I were boys Charlie John Gilruoreof Daviess county is on I spent several summers on a short visit to his continued mothers hi fathers farm out in Jursey It was Mr John Downs and wife visited Mr there that be met his part nor and there is a curious littlo story connected with and Mrs John Duke Sunday Mrs Saiah Butnett was the guest their first business transaction one in which bo did the old fellow but at Tuesday of her daughter Mrs Lou Jar the samo time endeared himself to him boe John and I had been fishing and Sam Burnett and wife were guests among other things had cnught a snap Â¬ Sunday of their daughter Mrs Iouditha weighed about 20 ping turtle that pounds We were carrying the ssiapper Burnett Nate Starks and wife of Patesville home tied to a Mick one having bold of each end of it when we mettbe Kink were guests Sunday of Finley Burnett cr driving along in a buggy to his rum Â¬ and wife mer home There were several from this distiict Our catch presented a good appear- Â¬ attended the speaking at Clovirxrt Â¬ ance and the old fellow stopped to in- Saturday night quire about it as he had uevir Mn so We are ha ing nice weather for toluc large a turtle before except in the mar Â¬ ket He asked what wo were going to co housing and farmers are very busy taking care of the weed do with it and we told him what deli With fair weather and no other bin cious poup it would make At once be wanted it and offered 50 cents for it I derence the tobacco crop of this section was for accepting the 50 cents but not will Le about all secured this week so John He felt that he bad a custom- Â¬ Mr Editor we have no boltercrats here er and held out for 1 and he got it every Democrat and quite a number of was a little afraid of the Old mappers jaws but John and I bridled Republicans will vote for Bryan and free the turtle by passing a bit of fishing silver Tom Pate has a pear tree two years line around it and between its jaws and so tied its head well back under its old about five feet high and had a pear shell We then received our silver dol- Â¬ on it that measured ten inches in circum- Â¬ lar tossed the snapper under the eat of ference the old mans buggy and ho drove off Messrs John Ashby W T Burnett with it J Duke J Downs Joe Ray and your As he did so I started on toward scribe were guests Sunday evening of home but John sat by tho roadside What are you waiting for I said Tom Pate Mrs Jarboe invited her neighbors on The snapper said John Tuesday and had old time quiltinga rare Its gone said L Mebbo it is and mebbe it aint occurence of the kind in this fast age of Wait a minute and watch the old man the world said he Dukes was a very quite town Saturday And sure enough before the old man bad gone half a mile we beard him evening the loud talking men on both yell and then saw him jump from his sides of the money question being out of town on business buggy Joe Ballman has a stalk of corn with John rolled ou the grass and laugh Â¬ ed nearlv as losdjv as the old man had seven ears of corn on it The tlio test yelled ear is about six inches in length He Pieking himself up he said Lots has another stalk with six ears on it go get our snapper Mrs Wmfree of Union Stris visiting rather have the dollar I said Id Whats the matter with having relatives and friends at this place Mrs both lie replied and tossing me the Winfree has many friends here who are dollar and telling me to remain where glad to have her with them once more I was be started up the road after the John Duke says if he could only get a old man who was afraid to go near his cross between the Leghorn and tobacco buggy for the snappre had bitten fly he would get eggs 10 to 1 He says through its bndle had nipped the old mans shins and had taken undisputed he has caught tobacco flies this summer with feathers on them possession of the buggy It seems now that the farmers will He found the old fellow in a state of consternation swearing at the snap have to sow their wheat in the dust as per in the most expressive German at they did last fall We have a light shower his command and rubbing his shins at of rain occasionly but in a short time the same time the ground appears as dry as ever What you sell me de devil asked The nomination of Palmer and Buck the old man nice fat juicy snapper said ner by the sound money Democrats So a John and I sold him too cheaply too have not lessened Bryans majority in Hell make delicious soup and plenty this section the least bit the people are of it too t olid to be shaken by so light a Dounerwetter Soup Ill haf no quake soup Gif me my tollar and take de Misses Mollie and Eva Dowrs Ollie brute and Ouie Duke Frankie and Sndie New Â¬ I havent yonr dollar Charley has berry and Annie JacksonMessrs Loren it back there in the road Take the xo and Doc Pate Eld red PowersCharley snapper to him and I guss hell give and Lee Campbell Willie Newberry W you the dollar T Hardin of IVUviHe Tom and Jeff Me Me take dat ectin ting I Dot is it we have ielt any one out it vouldut get into that pugrry ow for a was not our intention eijjed a pleasÂ¬ quarter each vay Get im oat and keep ant day at the Tar Springs Sunday in Breckenridge county the tollar It was like rolling off a log for John Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic to take a stick prod the en ppsr ind jerk him to the ground as s xm a he cures chills permanently A sure appe had fastened his jaws upon it Old Utur A perfect blood purifier A com- Â¬ Datchy as we called him juiiiped into plete strengthener Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ his buggy as soon as the snapper reach Â¬ mint Chill TotJc will give color to the ed the ground and drove hurrie lly away face and change that sallow complexion Of course I rejoined Jeht- and w to a healthful rosy hue It corrects dis- Â¬ soon had his snappership swinging from We walked hoa- - in tri- Â¬ order of the stomach and aids digestion our stick umph with the dollar in one p cket and Overcomes nervous depression and low the snapper metapboneJy in the spirits It will restore exhausted and other Oar joke was too pcod to keep nursing mothers to full strength and en Â¬ and that night we related it to all who ergy and makes children fat as pigs visited the mill Guaranteed The old man bore us no ill will but NOT LEGAL TENDER still he never wanted to buy any more of our echnappers although he occa sionally stepped to look at them from the seat of his buggy when he met us An Obsolete Statue Got Thit Man Into Very Serious Trouble carrying them home John and I were sitting on tho mill Fteps one evening when the old man I was making political speech s drove up He stopped asked John to together tbey drove through Tennessee two years ago said nde with him and off Tbey were gone about an hour a prominent stump orator to a Washing Â¬ That night John said Im going to be ton Star reporter a banker After the speaking was over one day Vou going to bo a banker What a rough looking mountaineer approach Â¬ nonsense I exclaimed ed me and said Nonsense or not its a fact The old I reckon yo be a lawyer man tonight asked me to take a position I admitted that I was with him I told him I knew nothing Waal I want yo to settle a pinL cf the business and would be a failure 4 What is it Vou pe a failure he said You who haf solt me a echnapper and haf Aint that thar good lawr and he got my tollar and my nchnappcr Dot showed me a paper on whicn was print Â¬ is too funny You ormie Tit rue I vant ed a copy of an early Tennessee statute you and some day I put you on de ex- Â¬ making coonkins legal tender change You judge human nature and That used to be the law but it has you know animal nature De bulls and been repealed de bean is de place for you Shurer John went with the old man and ever since hat had the dollar in one Ye hand and the snapper on the stick in the An a man aint boun ter take coon other He married the old mans daugh Â¬ skins ter got into the firm and now owns the No New York Time whole concern Whats a ear wurth Jedge The new chill cure Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ An ear mint Chill Tonic looks better tastes Yaas a Jer ear Yo see when th better acta better and ia better than any storekeeper thar in Snake Holler woul- Â¬ other All dealers guarantee it to cure dnt take coonkins we had a font an I cut off his Ier ear Then ruther than Now Job said the farmer to his goto cotwe done made up that wed eighteen-year-ol- d we allow to leave it to yo and ef this warnt law eon Id board a lot of city gala this rammer and pay im somethin for the eat you want to keep out of falling in in love Well an ear ought to be worth with em It ain t been moren twenty fl000 years ago that I fell in love with one of u A thousan dollars Jedge ef thats our city boarders and when she jilted so I reckon Ill jes her ter give im one me he continued lowering hi voice o mine an git a doctor to put it on fer and looking cautiously over his shoulder im A thousan dollors Wiaht I could it made me feel so bad that I rushed right off and married your maw before I fin thet feller thet writ thet piece bout people hevin ter take coonakins thouht what I was doln Ex I tion ou the floor the other day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TnnMlIn rtrftrd the lUnkrr would not have minded Johns ac The intense itching and smarting inci Â¬ dent to enema tetter nlt tlieiininnl other disease of the skin is instantly ailavcd by applying Chamberlains Eye ami Skin Many very tod csts have lecn Ointment permanently cured bV it It i equally efficient for itching pile ami a favorite rem cdr for sore nipples ciiaticd liamls chil- Â¬ blains frost bites ami rlimnic fore eyes For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box diseases op thi skiv will Urder a new management In addition to the Common School Connie classes Day lie suMalned in Higher Branches Bookkeeping and Penmanship a socially pupils wanted For terms of tuition etc apply to HARMON THE HARDINSBTJRG-NORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 MEAVITI 1P JC B0URNK J M HARPKR DANIEL DH00KH BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl E KY r 1 norket and onrs Thl I tho DcaMe wo vances on ronniRumcnU many larre Itetnric to apjlT Wo Iralc No trarcliug agent Ship all lt WOOL 10 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court HERNDON CARTER CO LOU1SVILLK 82 RATES PER DAY The fnoO li tho test houo to thlp to Wo make liberal ad havo bitter facilities than other hotivn In having pot wli not In get jrou the top price ana jrour wool and farm produce direct to WOOL Â¬ iy KY P tentr lly located Moe In th city kv i J kki- - r-- p- j rru jsmRGr -- Ji w irtfti ujf airWilfc L JOHN50N ft TtB ri ht ff IA2jlK4lf v tl is ry r j ikdu is JOUISYILLE KY PERSIMMON FLAT Trouble Over The School House T Payne sick F A Beavln Has The School A The Air Â¬ We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitrogen in the proportion of one James Johnson is on the sick list to five Acie Noblett of Harned is the fjuest of Mr I A Payne and family at this writ Â¬ ing MissOlia OBrien of Rhodelia after an extended visit to her relatives of this vicinity returned home Sunday accom- Â¬ panied by Miss Lollie Manning A goodly number from this place at- Â¬ contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ tended church at Tuckers Flat Sunday gen the former greatly in Itev New ton conducted the services excess ozone and is very C L Payne of Harned is visiting his soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ brother who is very low with malaria fever We wish hi in a speedy recovery ates it it is raken into the I learn that Prof F A Beavin will lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ teach our school We are proud that ed by the blood which it the trustees have selected Mr Beavin purifies and so goes directly for he is fuly capable of holding the to the seat of all diseases position Send for our 200 page We the people of the upper end of the district got the school house where we Treatise Sent free wanted it and where it should have been but we the people of the lower end didnt get it where we wanted it 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa But I learn that the trustees lent a deaf San Fraiolscu Cat Toronto Can ear to all petitions also the Superintend- Â¬ ent drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen Drs Starke Palen Personal Free 61 pace medical reference book to any person afflicted with any special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sx Address the eading phy siians uid surgeons of the United States Dr Hathaway Jk Co TO Dearborn street Cnieaso OLD RELIABLE H -- UCHES TONIC SEVER KAILS READ For CHILLS and FEVER NERVE LIFE G eat RESTORER cS -- ei J w V - as Zs r- - ees xi Uic ores pjrfert n Tiranu r tuLd re- es all otata o niarnire Mr Jot Att bs brrc iboro All the droc bji u iwtntyfitc HdomrlH 44 assise liat It ri rae In jtcros re mteuiu -- - r- las mewos effects of the sins of Tmth and ex ccsss of later years rtumovos all effects of dissipation and repairs all waste places Citrns Insomnia ami restores refreshing sleep Curos Im potence and restores Â¬ oases tue nervous storn all Ro- - dauik er enntracted ckj No preicnp TaT moe tempojari -l Two butUn of Itches Took cared hcrrompktch bhc had no chill after the lint doe Alkinr Hughes lootc so d failure re ported A phvakUa heienot a been cured his by uunjr Hughes Tea alter tnisf to cure Mr Imo Miller anat Grnte Mi Ihate otca tt liag lUghcV Tonic for jear It kit t iperrU m oticri in my trade tortiii malaraj coontrr u I tie rerj mcdiciae c atrd Mr E Petri Glaipow Kjrwritec MT cr re-li- orlUWYi0Nc himsrlf such a remedy It is a pleasure to handle Â¬ lKie and restores dexVoiU eni to all part of the body NCHVc LIFE is the only purely vrienti c treuUnent ami uflfonls relief from Xt um ue It remots the cause and jN nature to effect a cure Cures juaranttTxl Special discount to ptiTiicuns O jr treatise on Kenous Diseases Manbvtv jts Loss and Berovery mailed tret in pin sealed wrapper for two 2 cent tamiw Mention this paper See J - for TrUI Trutacst til be ConlsccJ -tS- full vital power Cures all nalinc AsWor Hughes Tomc mm 00 and nothinf else 50c and SI 00 BOTTLES For Sals by Druggists and Merchants it BANK Of HARDIUSBUItG Capital Stock J 25 000 Surpltu 7 600 M D BKARD BEARD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDtlK I M KERVE L1FE MECICAL CO KALAMAZOO UICH GREGORY Wbirtiister CieVERPORT Local Stembeat Agents AftnU CO B BEARD Praillnu WILL MILLER Ylec Pruldaat KENTUCKY QW R CuUir DlnUwi DEPOSITS tj JOLLY HoiesMil Fertilizer Coipuj ail SiiBdird Oil Cfupur Dealt ra ta j INTEREST PAID ON TINE Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing 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