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VW1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI SEWALL I CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1896 HAS A NO 11 ASSETS AND LIABILITIES Of Oeorgo RABID RECORD mmm8mtmmimmim BISMARK FOR SILVER Agreement by Independent Action DALLAS Tex Sept ai In a spetili I ere Sautiay night Gov Culberson Mail the following significant coire OmVncc between himse f and Prince Illsmarlc en the money quts tiul THAT GRIME Was Born a Democrat anilNovor Llvotl in Any Othor AtmoÂ¬ Genoral Palmors Altitudo When Ho Was a Military Despot Tosilmony of a Man Who Knew All About it sphere COPY OF ONE OF The hiS ORDERS Moro United States Can Help International Proof That the United States Was a Bimetallic Country Beforo And Aftor tho War McKlnleys Election Moans Bond Issuos Sought To ThrowaSouthorn Stato Under tho Rulo of Vicious Persons BRAVE WORDS FROM SEWALL Sprc 6 In 1805 Gen John M Palmer the national Democratic nominee for Pres Â¬ ident was Military Governor of Ken Â¬ tucky and jnst before the August elect- Â¬ ion of that year he issued the following order which if it could have beeu en- Â¬ forced would have disfranchised eery Democrat and Southern sjmpathleer iu the State and left the State government in the hands of an unscrupulous ami vic- Â¬ ious element After reciting tho causes for issuing such an order in a lengthy preamble full of venom and vituperations he goes on to classify thoso who are to bo denied the right of suffrage under four sections Frankiort Kv September ial Atanta Constitution whether paroled or not and without regard to the fact that they have or have not taken any of the oaths prescribed by law or ex cutive or military orders or have registered under orders fiom tho headquarters of the department of Kentucky 2 All guerillas and others n ho with Â¬ out belonging to the regular rebel milita- Â¬ ry orgauizttions have taken up arms against the government or have in any way operated against the government or any other or people of Kentucky Sta e or territory Raid I believe in the Chicago platform every word 3 All persons who by act or word diThe attempt to question my Dcmc cracy Isnomense rectly or indirectly gave aid comfort or II was born a Democrat and I have never lived in encouragement to persons in rebellion any other atmosphere And L li is not nlwjsbeen fa pejunt political road to travel in this State dur This applies to all persons who have voling the last thirty ytnrs Ihreeor cur years ago untarily acted as scouts and spies for athere were only two free si ver men in this town rebel or guerrilla forces n ho have volMr loirey ard rrself Remember that I have not untarily furnished any rebel fjico or been a politician and that my training and aisoci person with information food clothing nations have been thote of a busines man I arrived pit my preient ctnvictiong regarding the necessity horses arms or money or have harbored Rior free slver by studying the question as a bosl- - concealed or otherwise aided or encour- Â¬ iness man aged them Mr Sewall looked me full in the face 4 All persons who w re or have beeu And I cant understand why a shrewd man lite Jyou should not believe in free silver he said I directly or indirectly engaged in tho civil cant understand why anybody does not fed th it servicts of the late bo i ailed confederate the counry cant stand thesa financial conditions government or of the so called provisfor four Jcirs longer It Is impossible ional government of Kentucky or who Corgtess may fcive nl ef if McKlnley Iselected have in any way submitted to either of II suggested No said Mr Jew all Thatmo nsmorcbend said pretended governments or agents o Issues or contracted with or for either of said I shook my had pretended governments are difqualifled Vis it means more bond issues If Mr McKln to abstain from all interference with ley is elected tlitre will be a bond issue within thir ty dujs Nothing canpievtnt it Talk about trusts elections and will if they shall in any and monopolies -- thu greatest monopoly In the manner interfere therein by voting or by world is the geld monopoly It is ciushing the na Â¬ tion senator Lodge in his last speech declared appearing at the polls be at once arrestthat the gold standard was a gcod thing because ed and held for military trial Aid will the country has bien glowing richer under it Tu be given the civil authorities to enforce ttue that the wealth of the United States has in the laws and to preserve the peace creased but who It getting it 1 he trusts and cor By command of Major General John por ftions and a ndicates 1 hey alone have profit ed by the prt st nt monetary system The poor have Palmer E B Hartin Captain and A A mbetn growing pooer 1 he debtor class Increases Ben V Sullivan Lieuteueut and G Ilices have fallen and fallen and falltn I say it can acting A A G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lames Creelman tlio special corre spondent of tlio New York World ootids to liis paper a report of an interview which he recently had with Arthur Se wall the Democratic candidate for Vice President It is evident that the candi Â¬ date made a deep impression on the cor- Â¬ respondent There was no room left to doubt Mr Sowalls strong individuality and the sincerity of his devotion to Dem- Â¬ ocratic principles Mr Bewail declared that there could be no surer way to defeat Bryan than the retirement of the candidate for Vice President and this fact was clearly un derstood by the Ilanna gang Such In fluence as tlio Republican corruptioniste can bring to bear in certain quarters has been cxeitt d to the fullest extent to pre vent the fusion of the Democrats and Populists Tlio exposure of the bribery scheme at Indianapolis makes that fact clear The following from Mr Creclmans report will interest those of our readers fwhoare not familiar with Arthur Sewalls record In response to a question he as follows 1 All rebel soldiers Prince Bismark Sir Tho great qui stion of llnanco Is now of supremo interest to the people of the United States It is prtsent ed In various forms but in a general way it may be Bald to be first whether the United States sliall adopt the single gold standard or second whether they shall adopt bimetallism with both gold and silver as the standard or primary money The argument in favor of each Is well known to you but it is particularly Insisted that we should adopt tho policy of bimetallism b cause the supply of gold in the world for coinage is Insufficient to meet the demand and be- Â¬ cause such a standard will still further depress tiie values of all property Which in jour judgment is the best policy to adopt the gold standard of binieltallifm giving your reasons What effect in jour judgment will tho immediate adoption of bimetallism by the United Statis have on the cause of bimetall Â¬ ism in Germany and other ureat lommrrcial nations C A CULBERSON Signid Governor of Texas In AND SO RECOGNIZED IN ENGLAND Demonotization Simply tho Result ofa well Understood Plan of afew Schomors in this Country and England BLAINE AND GRANT INNOCENT npy Prince nismaik said Â¬ FRIEDRIC11SRUHE Aug 24 1SGG Honored Sir Your es teemed favor has been duy received I hold that this is tlio very hour that nould be advisibln to bring about betneen the nations chiefly engaged in the worlds commerce a mutual agreement In favor of the establishment of bimetallism Tho United Stetcs aro fteer by far In their movemuils than any nation of Europp and henre if the people of the United States should find It compatible with their inte rests to take independent action in the direction of bimetallism I cannot but believe that such action would exi rt a most salutary influence upon the consummation of international agreement Signed BISMAUK IeorlaHII Jcurnil Hep It is veiy interesting and very grati fying to observe patriotic Ameiicans rising indignantly to deny that the nuol was pulled over the eyes of tho Presi dent of the United States General Grant and with him a majority of the members of Congress and the entire population of the United Slates in the matter of mone tary legislation of 1873 It is very pleas ing because while it places tho brand of peijury on tho hero of Vickeburg on General John A Logan anil James G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ days nothing will come out right from the time you rise till jou retire Ten to one the trouble is in clear and unequivocal statement without yourself Your blood is in bad condition feeling that whatever may be the belief and every organ suffers in consequence of the small professional politicians Ar- Â¬ What you need is the cleansing invigor- Â¬ thur Sen all is the man for the place A ating influence of Ayers Sareaparilla Maine Democrat must necessarily be of No Mail For the Watties the truo bluo variety and Mr Son all be- Â¬ Atlanta Crmtllutlon longs to that class He is not a politic- Â¬ A lanterned Jawed young man called ian and he did not embrace the doctrine of free coinage with any hope of making at The Montezuma IUcord postrflice and political capital out of it He studied asked Anything fer the Watts the money question as a business man Nothing replied the postmaster nnd a banket and he came to favor the Anything fer Jane Watte free coin ago of silver because he knows No that while a few bankers and business Anything fer Ace Watts men may reap a temporary benefit from No the gold standard in the end they will Anything fer Bill Watts reap a more substantial benefit from that Nothing I Bound and safe financial sj stem which Anything fer Tom Watts will bring proeperity to tho people I tell yon nothing Among other things reported by Mr Anything fer fool Joe Watte Creelman was the remark of Mr Sowall No nor Jim Watts nor any other that while he might be defeated and Bryan elected yet he was thinking more Watte dead or living unborn native or of the success of freo coinage than of the foreign civilised or uncivilized savage or barbarous male or female white or success of Sewall The hearts of the people will inevita- - black franchlsed or disfranchised nat- Â¬ No there is posi- Â¬ go out to the man who thinks less of uralized or otherwise Ibly own success than he docs of the sue tively nothing for any of the Watts either individually severally jointly cess of a principle now and forever one and inseparable The boy looked up at the postmaster 8ure To Win The people recognize and appreciate in astonishment and said Please look If there is anything for real merit That is why Hoods Sarsapa- jllla has the largest sales in the world John Thomas Watts iMerit in medicine means the power to Young Men in the Ohnroh cure Hoods Sarsapanlla cures abso- The following is a copy of a speech de- Â¬ tlutely permanently cures It is the One Tla filinaInF niartl livered by our young friend and forpier hTliik VIUUU A Utlllt W AIUU 111il lliiviftu aUV DUfVIV townsman Mr Fred II Pierce at a ban- Â¬ Is an established fact and merit wins quet held at Las Vegas Aug 31 It was Hoods Pills are easy to take easy to in response- to tozat Young men in the Mr Pierce said Mr Toast operate Cure indigestion headache church t Re Â¬ Master Ladies and gentlemen Book Notes sponding to a toast is not ordinarily in A history of Kentucky by Elizabeth my line for the reason that comparativeBhelby Kirkhcad 12 mo cloth pp 288 ly few occasions are presented where the American Hook Co Cincinnati Ohio You creators only beverage is used This is an excellent epitome of a his cannot blame me for showing a decided tory that can never bo less than inter preference for water be it liquid or solid sting and whoso simple recital often It not only cools my parched lips but it thrills tho reader we mean the history is a source of income to me from which f our own commonwealth of Kentucky my raiment aro provided So you see It is hero told in an effective way by a my friends that if you use water in Las Kentucky authoress in such a way as to Vegas in any state you are contributing aake it the best school history of Ken- else will follow aJkVOTV3LOL ncky that has come to our notice The Atftt-Call on the tin ok is attractive in its make up and ap-111 iTrr ttftitu fine Job Work sjvmmsVi ropriately illustrated tt Some -1 - last I became a free silver man by looking at Ithe matter as a business man and the more I study Hftho morel amconvinCtd that there is no ether ttlvatlon possible for the people i We think that no one can read that fcnbt I hope that no ono here seriously objects to this contribution at least not seriously enough to fly to the cup for even there you may meet this same beverage for I am told that Las Vegas whisky and Agua Pura mix well Some ono intimates that my toast is Young men in tho church so it is Pardon my digression The strength of the chiicli to day lies in the young men The future of the chuich is archored to the same rock Now this is no n flection on the young women for the two are ineeperabe I am tolil I cannot speuk from experience for I was not able to catch on in my younger days and I am told now that soon there will be no woman except tho manish woman and I sincerely de- Â¬ plore the tendency in woman to ape God intended woman to bo gentle noble unselfish and to rule over the destinies of man by love not by force nor by usurpation My young friends charac- Â¬ ter is the first n quisite to success How Surely not by assocan we secure it ciation with tho evil influences of the Asso- Â¬ world nor by imitating the clam ciation is necessary beneficial desirable Who has any respect for the hermits God Intended that ne should know and love each other but we aro also to choose tho good or the evil Who are your companions Tell me and I will tell jou what jou aro Where do you spend jour Sabbaths and evenings answer and I will point out your certain success or failure Hie church should be your home your lifes inspiration bIiouUI be drawn from the Book of Books I ire to dc right and be right at all tint s I know that the temptation is often strong to compromise yourself for the sake of temporary advantage I beg of you do Remember that not lose your head your future is in the balance and a mis- Â¬ take may blast jour most brilliant pros Who are the men to day occupypi els ing tlio chairs of State Who are the confidential and trusted men in Com Â¬ The God fearÂ¬ mercial and social life ing men the men who lay hold of tho ciiurch and its teachings Who would dare suggest Ingersoll as the Chief of our This is a christian nation nation founded on christian principles and all attempts to shake this foundation have proven utter failures and so long as the young men of the nation are trained in the foot steps of their Puritan forefathers no harm will evir come to our proud country Tho host of young men who are to day in the church proudly carry- Â¬ ing the banner of the Great Huh r will not see the evil all driven from the land for so long as human beings exist some will be evil but as tlioy march down the lino of battle to their final reward they will see millions redeemed and htar the shouts of victory from milllcnsof throats Not so with the outcasts The young men of the world too proud too wise in their own generation I never hear a young man scoffing at religion but that I pity him Something is wrong either Ills training was at fault else he is lnra pable mentally and morally of shaking My young friends never off the devil have tt said of you that Satan lias a mort Â¬ gage on your existence secured by either silver or gold bonds Let your motto be Character which implies purity hon esty love to God and fellowmen and all to my support Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHAT SUPPORTS ST LOUIS What is Tine of St Ionia Is True Cloverport And The Ohio Valley Of IWIiitih proftssional men depend upon the amount of money the West and South Â¬ west receive for their product Why is it that when wo work harder in the West than they work in New Eng- Â¬ land tho money lenders of tho New England States grow so enornv usly nealthy at our expense The Statistical Abstract complied by the United States Treasury Department answers the question too plainly for misÂ¬ take to be possible The yield of wheat per acre in 1872 was 12 bushels and the value per acre 14 87 In 18U5 the yield per acre in Â¬ creased to 13 7 bushels but the valuo per acre had fallen to 0 00 Here is one of the great staples of Western wealth cut abfolutely in tno since the demonetization ot silver The forced decline has been so great that tho value of the crop from 21 million acres in 1872 was 72000000 greater than the value of the yield from 31 million acres in 1805 On wheat on corn one tton on provisions on every staple on which they depend the agricultural exporting States of the entire basin of the Mississippi from Lakes to Gulf and from Alleghen ies to Uocklt s have been robbed year after year Forced deeper and deeper in debt the money in which pajinent Is demanded from them has been forced higher and higher by money brokers anil speculators iu New York and Loudon until at last the Valley States under i listing con- Â¬ ditions have nothing before them ex cept the prospects of steadily increasing debt accompanied by steadily diminish ing revenues It is insanity for business men in St Louis to think that this city can maintain Its place as a center of wholesale trade in a section which is being thus reduced to dt eper and deeper poverty It is ab- Â¬ surd for loial retail merchants wholly dependent on the money which is brought to the West and South in ex chaiigu for our great staples of agricul- Â¬ ture to think that they can prosper when the producers on whom they de Â¬ pend are being bankrupted Tho lasm s involved In this campaign are issues of life and death to the prosperity of St 1iuIh and of every other city In the Valley A vote lor the Wall street policy of dear gold and cheap men is treason to St Louie and to all the in Â¬ terests of St Lous as it is to tho rights ol America aud tho highest interests ot all Americans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho prosperity of St Louip the profits of its merchants thesalaries of its clerks the wages of its laborers the foes of its Blaine tho plumed knight Senators Hereford Allison Bock Cuuklit g ami many others of both political parlies it clears the great and only John Sherman of complicity iu it subterfuge that to usu the words of a distinguished economist and gold moiiomitallist spoils r ti i n to the laboring and producing classes generally Some have observed since the visit of Congressman MtCleary to this city thot Republicanism of to daj canuot at least bctst of prlucipV when driven to impeachment of itii most illustrious dead in justification of its latter day senilo subserviency to Wall Street but this is nt kind and ought not to bo talketl about Those who are unplojing It should rather regret that with nil their plausibility learning ind research the combined wit and wisdom of free trade ReptililicaiiB tho Grover Cleveland bolting cuckoos should have failed to call to their aid the most eminent witness of all agontleman who testifies most emphatically that he know all about the bill of 1873 tho learned Robert Gillon of London In tltir great nest hiding labor of fact concealment none of the gold monometallic free trade combination have us yet undertaken to demonstrate that English economists advisory to tho Bank of England and London Board of Trade were ignorant of what was intended by tho hill It is admitted that Alfred Latham Governor of the Bank of England wasadvisd of it for persistent droits of a Peoria news paper to extract tho truth from tho few men who were parties to that unhallowed fubterfugn inspired a heated discussion in the United States Senate in 1801 the result of which was the publication of Alfred lat ains letter ac knowlodging his pirticipation in the counsels of its authors Iu view of this fact it is somewhat surprising that Rob- Â¬ ert Gi irons vindication r f John Sherman has been neglcctedand kept out of print Mr Giflens testimony bt fore the Lord Horschel committee of 18JI wiib repro duced in these columns aud since then on Friday April 27th 1804 the same gentleman reiterated his evidence and added thereto somo very Imp irtant Information besides The occasion was a sitting of the Shaw Iefevro commission in London to irquiro into the cause of Agricultural Deptesiion the witness himself being a member of the commission in question On page 102 of the second volume of the minutes of evl dencu of that Rojal Commission the following dialogue Is recorded The ques tions were put by Robert Lacey Everett member of parliament ami art as fol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Noiiiulil the Undid State was in liwn MiihhIIIc tourtiy all diiiinir the Civil War nnd hid lift 11 for imny pui tufurc tl it but practknl ly it was a gold unx ci untry just as Knsland w is ad the esclianRrn wet upnn that feotlrj 1 hit w is simply became the t itlu at their Q mint was ruler adlleint cue to the ratio in 1 runce was it not A The rati was 16 to 111ml lint irrmeil to be sufficient IorIvc them roM It hnd Im mi aopf rmtlve that In order to obtain the filwr tunnt for smili eti inire whirli uus tmlly rupilrcd tin y re soitet to the fx litnt ofcoinlrg filter na token nitneyali lit the year so as to plc them whit siher they nail rvqui ed upon tlhit fooling Iltlioy hid net clnngod tlnir law in 1S73 whin thty retiimvJ idili piyncnts they w uld h ruMitne I thrm on the bisis of the two nutilr woild they not A Wlut wuulJ hive hirpc nedin th it case of course it Is somewhat ditViiult 111 fol owout I ut the teaiUtKn 01873 was quite dtl Ibt rate and qui eln view of return to tpecie payments Q Ate ou mure tint niter the President rtncral Stint had signed the ttw which changed stjndard fcom n joint standard to a single gold their standard hn was univ 11c if the proviiens con Â¬ tained Iu thj st Hull V A That isqulp pmslbc nnd vpI it mtyln quite true lb it tin tatuie was delllratety pistml end fully cx I lined to all tho people who hlplenvd to take mintiresl in it ut the mimciit lhit is quite vtitliin my nwi kiionledke A to ott iwure also thit it is stoutly t nitd Q in the I egls uti 111 of the United ht itcs t Hut It is no 11 o denying It to anyone like A tniHlf vlu knows the disciiiMoiis 1 f the tinus I in i give yru is in mvt nit th it in the I liter pert ol 183 or in the nil pirt of 1874 n very long lit irapeareil In the Kconrmi t from Mr rndiick Hendricks vtho is one of th- - abest stuJtntn of m netary nutters lb it we have In lint litter be giicsn full expl ir ittoti of thu United Stres Itgis liliiniud the oljeets of it ind sets out nil thu ililTertiit in ictments neee siry to the undtrstind iigtf t Hie thing was net dene m a cornirit ad but eerbody who cared to know ami who was mti listed in it knew cs rlly what was being dene You do rot include the Tsesiilent in that t J It is quite posubli that tin lesident who A is 1 m iti much iccupiid with ether matters bid 1 nt t gieil bis mind to it bale no doubt sunnient eplu illoi w ro put leforo bint but it bu did nt t ie his mind to it It miht not reci lhcilo found out As s 1011 as t 11 Aiutiiwiii f eo J wh it bad b en done ill I there not ri l gre it agi Â¬ tation iu An erica A think the prt per way wiuld ti to si as foiti as eir 1111 pei pli who wt ro bimtt bss fatind out wh it w ly was done mid us soon as the agita Â¬ tion of Air Ceruiischi ttogiin lo iitaku i sill lelt gen orally 111 uituti uwistirul up resulting m the ou can fay Imd Ait ot 1S7S Hit th at is il Ilxrcws no geiieril il dignation among tho Vmeiic in Kxipe mil there could nt t be lns atise eouqwiriitiely fuw unttertiHHl anything abnit it I tin afr liil lint bilonga Iu inon Mr lventt I hike e ar lenis ition euer illy toei great tie lib it his happutd is tint the comnnii ieo pie dii not undoftitid it and the own ra ot Wittelshofer Assigned Allots tiei 344213 10110 04 Liabtl- - lOwemboro Mi sserger ls it f Wilfrtd Carrico assignee of Georgo Wittelshofer of the 1cunomy store on Main street filed yesterday inventory and appraisement of the assigned estate After setting afiart tho exemptions to which thu assignor is entitled the re Â¬ mainder of the property consisting of a stock of dry ioode notions etc was op praised at 114 121 as per inventory taken by the appraisers Tho liabilities amount to 101 10 IU Tho largest creditors aro Geo Yeakel Rraudenburg Ky 1111 44 and A Wit Â¬ telshofer Louisville 7858 TlioOwens boro creditors are 11 L Koltinsky 10 JO Gas companj 140 Farmers aud Trades liankIIOOrveiislioro Rank- Â¬ ing company JdO Deposit bunk 750 Owensboro National bank 100 Bank of Commerce 100 City of Owensboro taxes for 1810 H7 stato and county tares 21 MO rent to Wllo Bros 80 Tiie other creditors are New York Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Amster- Â¬ dam N Y Philadelphia Reading O Chicago Hammonton N J Jackson Mich Haverhill Moss Richmond Vu liochtster N Y merchants ranging lu amounts from 133 5ri down Tho failure is the largest Owensboro has had In a mercantile way for somo time Â¬ Â¬ Theru aro a great many of the unfortu nate ones In this world greater lu number than those who are blessed with good digestion To somo people tho greatest misfortune is not to bu able to eat everj thing set beforo them I suf Â¬ fered for years with Dj spepfia and everjthingl ato disagreed with me I was induced to try Simmons Liver Beg ulator and was cured I now eateverj M Bright Madison Parish Li thing Â¬ Â¬ Japaneso Progress Iliuincial News Japans Diet voted 15000000 for the construction of rail roads telegraphs and cable 8 at its last sescion and 97000000 for tho construc- Â¬ tion and purchase of war mateiials and ships Since Jmuirj IjjJj 000000000 litis beeu invested by Japanese in banks railroads and other companies Tho abovo figures we quote from nn exchange Ihei purchase in Philadel Â¬ phia thu other tlay of a caruo of Ala bama pig iron to tako to Japan to mnko into machinery is an evidenco of Japan Â¬ ese business shrewdness Thoy do not care to build scores of expensive furnaces to make up pig iron which tho modern nations because thoy have tied their business hands by a gold standard are makngata cost leaving no profit nntl buslnesM stagation prevents from working up fully into higher products The Japs prefer to buy the pig iron wo canuot work up at less than half a cent a pound and work it into machinery aud higher wares wheru it brings many cents n pound The j are shrewd enough to know that a country foolish enough to sell them money good silver bullion at half pricu would bo obliged to sell its other crutle products at slaughter prices A policy that makes us hewers of wood and drawers of water for Japan isnt much of an American policy Tho gold policy U sinking us to a level where wo do tho rough crude woik that other countries work up and make money out Â¬ 11101 e ilu 1 Iu wiints e s was then ix mill il s to o h r mat It isof course awkward that Robeit Gif feu of Loudon who thus vintliiuttd the bill of 171 by testifying that all who were really Inten stud on both sides of tho Atlantic knew all about it should before thu enaitiuent vvus parsed have also been aw ire that it would result in contraction and falling prices It is awkard because IMwaril Atkinson Con gressman MtCleary and free trade gold inonomitallists with tin 111 nre straining thu truth tremendously iu a vain and farcical uHort to prove that an t fleet which is not ouly manifest but was pre Â¬ dicted with the certainty of mathemati Â¬ cal computation by the ablest gold stand Â¬ ard economist of the present time Is really not Iu existance at all While the President of the United States Gen- Â¬ eral Grant did not know that ho had put his signature to an act wnlch struck down half tho money of redemption of the Union he fought so hard to save while he was unaware that his signature gave force to a measure which placed the shackles struck from sable w rists on tho poducera ami labor of land in gen oral Robert Gill n of London consult Â¬ ing economist of tho British board of trade not only knew what that bill con- Â¬ tained but knew ami ilguretl deliberate Â¬ ly on its jiower as an agent to d Btroy thu price of that which American indus- Â¬ try produces to sell It matters not if this or that menibor of tho closo corporation of conspirators responsible for it did or did not droj an occasional word in Congress for thu purpose of subs qusnt tricky appeal stealthy advantage was Â¬ Â¬ of lows Mr Evcritt lo Robert GifTen i Now tu nlrg again tu your vey utile anJ iutir sling essay on Irice and Incomes CimpjreJ uh h ou re J iu l88ycu tell us there that Jou predict il in 1871 ttmt an era of falling prices was ubot t to begin and that jou bused that on the new demands f r rlj which were then fiteteenj wire thoe new de Â¬ mands Inuwn at that tlire I think It was S2 y u saiJt In l8a we were quto reitin abiut the A Oilman dtmind vihKh actual yhid comirenc d It commenced in 187I Hut you were rot awar were yon of the IJ demand lhat wr uld arise in the United Mates I A The question of the resumption specie pa mints In the United S ulrs h d bi ki n 10 he crn II ered at tint time and we also attuned that the resumption if specie paymet is would bu In old as the United Sta es had pratt Cully tern a gild country whin they were not an lncinerlitl paper countty Uprn that fooling it was fore l en that there would probaby be a very rrut dtmandfor gold in the United States as thot have parted with an Immune quantity duiin the Civil War Ihey parted with the whole Mick wh n the ar com incrccd and then they diunbutid rver lha world about j6ooo 000 to 70001X0 annually all during the war The tfore wa assunud that when that came o an end and Sccle payments Here leumrd the Uolltd States wruid make a vcryconsideiab e demand for Kold at it afterwards illu Vou wsre nit awaiethai legislation was H liktlv lo lake place in the United Plates 1 you had no inkling of that Yes I was awate of iht a little I did A aot mention it I see In the piper hut I was quiia aware fit In lBt when the It gi lition did take place It was a well known lid f and vry much discussed You nre aware that until 1873 the Mint lo Q the United States was equally open to gold and silver and that both were equally lrgaltetdert BitKCKiNiunoK Jesse L Ti st Esq an old resld nt and highly respected citizen of our town called this moruiug and alter purchasing a bottle of Chamberlains Ohollc Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy said If any one asks you if this remedy will do what is claimed for it tell them yet and refer H Alixandkh Stoke them to nif RynoMsvlle Pa No one can doubt the valuH of this medicine after giving it a fair trial Then It le pleasant and rate to take raakng It especially valuable Nkws for for children For sale by A It Fisher druggist Mr J G Hanis Superintendent of tho Advance Oil Company was in the city jesterday looking nfter leases for that company and wo might add that if you want your territory developed that is the only company that is here to taken of the trust placed by legislators do it Hawesvillo Plaiudealer in their leaders mid fellows and that trust was as tlulilmratuly betrayed to the black shame of John Shurnian and his coadjutor as wero the interests of the revolutionary heroes by tho military treason of lltndict Arnold It needed not the testimony of Robert Gill en to assure tho Amorlan peoplu that those who went Contagious Booel Poison has beeu apknew all about that of interested which their President was held in Igno- propriately called the curse of mankind It is the one disease that physicians can John Shermans accomplice rance not cure their mercurial aud potash Samuel It RngglesvvU3 In Merlin iu 18U3 remedies only bottle up the poison in in the midst of tho war negotiating with the system to surely break forth in a Dr Farr London tho Reglstar General more virulent form resulting in a total wreck of the system and an associate of of Great Urltiau Mr Prank II Martin a prominent Robert Gillen and with the gold going jeweler nt 926 Pcnsylvania Ave Wash- out of the Union coders he pledged him ingiouuesays I was for a long self to farther a scheme to conlluo tlio time under treat United States to gold payment of war ment of two of debts thereafter and to contract tho the best physi Â¬ cians of this city gold current j as much of it as was left for a severe case by per ce ut Of course Robert Gillun of blood poison The interested parties to the knew but my condition grew worse all transaction all knew Of course it was the while not- Â¬ not ehine in a corner Loudon Is no withstanding the corner nor yet was Rerliu a corner iu tact mat mey Do Parleu the 1813 nor Paris in 18H7 charged me three hundred dollars French mm knew ami so did Huron von My mouth was Hock ol Austria the Belgian delegate was Pirmez the Swiss delegate Feer Ueuog filled wtth eating sores my tonguethree almost eaten away so that for ami one or two others of thu interested months I was unable to taste any soliel Theio in no question at all about it It food My hair was coming out rapidly was simply the result of n well under- Â¬ nnd I was in a horrible fix 1 had tried dis- Â¬ stood compact between those whom Mr various treatments and was nearly couraged when a friend recommended GitTun describes as the interested SSS After T had taken four bottles I heir number hotvever uot including began to get better aud when I hael finishet eighteen bottles I was cured the speaker of the American Congress was without a James G Maine the President V 8 sound and well I my skin no return of blemish and have had Grant nor the pnoplo ot tho United the disease SSSsaved me from a life States and their representatives general- Â¬ of misery SSS guamutetd purely ly M the work of revelation go oa vegetable will cure any case of blood I ho facts are coming bravely to light nolson Hooka on tueitlscast and its treat- Â¬ mailed W C Moorman and Id RoberUon of ment free by Swift Glendale were in Leitchueldonbusjness Specific Co Wednesday Atlanta Ga Blood Poison Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IF w sss - V mtammmmmemtmmm TTHEl Breckenridge News Jno D i BRBOKBNRIQGElEKgt QlOVKPORy BRANDENBURG W TIMEiTABLE m aoiao writ fe Puiitnittr Dalle rr llrJlnlnrglJlJ pm Vf BUSHS SPEECH as announced last week spoke here last Thursday night to a largo and attontlvo audience of both lailics and gentlemen in the interest of sound money While the Nuns dlOera with Mr Bash on the money question it Is free to admit that ho handled his subject well and inado a good speech He has given tho subject much thought and study as his spet ch showed but ho sets it and from tho standpoint of a railroad man alone leaving out of tho tpjestlon entirely a large element in this country from which railroads alono get their bus- Â¬ iness the farming element Everybody knows that when tho farmers In this country aro prosperous the railroads are prosperous That without tho business of the farmers railroads could not exist That when farm products are hi demand and bring good prices the railroads are called upon to move them and from tills class of business they derivo their largest Mr Bush admitted In his revenue speech that free silver would enhance tho price of farm products and that the farmer would be morelprosperous yet ho says free silver would ruin tho country and throw us into a panic such as this country never experienced in its history Right here we beg to differ with Mr Bush The farmers of this country not only compose tho largest producing class but they are also the largest consuming With projier remuneration for class their labor and fair prices for their pro ducts they aro enabled to consume more of the products of other Industries and The re pay belter prices for the same sult would be a general revival of business all around idle mills and idle fac- Â¬ tories would start up Kile men would be put to work and the wheels of com Â¬ merce would turn faster and with better Kill roads would haul greater profits quantities of goods both ways and they would thus be enabled to employ more men and give their employes better wages The industrial and commercial interests of this country aro so inter- Â¬ woven and dependent one upon the other that what injures one injures all and what benefits one is to the welfare Givo us more money of all others cheaper money money that will circu late among the people and the biiHiuets of this country will take caro of itself O 1 4 Vi 0 BalUgt Edltori ind ProprUtri Mr Bush i 1 L H l WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEll 30 1890 BaWeripttoa Prlot 1100 a Tear ta Adrwo II Paid tUhi End of tie Yaar 1125 dEYtakel to Build Circuit Court In Set slon The noted Archer Case lo Come off This Term aoina Pauengor Dally arr lUrllmburR IT Your Cough like a dogs bark is a slgn that there is something foreign around which shouldnt be there You can quiet the noise but the danger may be there SCOTTS just the same EMULSION of Cod liver Oil is not a cough specific it does not merely allay the symptoms but it does give such strength to the body that it is able to throw off the disease You know the old proverb of the ounce of prevention Dont neglect your cough A book which will tell you more on the subject sent free on re Â¬ quest Your drueeirt keeps Scott Emul don of Cod liver Oil Put up In 50 cU and f 00 sizes DOWNE SCOTT H i KY j h W 4 IWlM - wawilIHi v III n i i a 7 SO a m Mis Jo Woolfolk spout tho past week In town HARDINSBURG Quarlerly Meeting The H E Church Thoroughly Renovated Tor the Ar- Â¬ rival of Their NewPastor The Sick Other Notes III SIX PAGES DitIOCICATIU TIOKrT a Election Tueailrty IVovemcer Tor rmtdcnt WILLIAM JKNNINOS IlRVAN Vur Vicc Ireidenl AUTIIUK SRUALI For Congress fourth District D II SMITH Kaii for Smith Kentucky is sure to go for Hryau The Democrats flro claiming Indiana anywhere from 10000 to 40000 and Meade will now cast their twenty six votes solid for Smith UnKCKKNninciK Tiik Hon W J Stone and a free silver Democrat will speak at Ilardinsburg Monday Oct IS Money is a good thing in its way but it is a master whoso rule must be abso lute As a servant it is one of the great boons of mankind has actually got the money power scared to death If he is not in it as they claim why aro they making such a to do about him DrtVAN Secretary Carlisle will make four speeches in Kentucky Misses Mattie and Mabel Shacklett at Â¬ tended tho Baptist Association Dr Hardin lias moved on West Hill Into tho Jim Richardson property J W Lewis Republican candidate for Congress will speak hero to morrow Thursday Mrs Vreeland has taken tho houso known as Miss Myra Eads house now owned by Bud Price Ed Yeakel will build a handsome resi Â¬ dence on what is known as tho Win Bolirg lot ofTof Etst Main Tho Epworth League will meet on Friday Officers will ho elided Let all the members bj present Mr and Mrs W 11 Gough are chill ing They hope however to bo able to attend the Daviess G unty Fair The Murray Smith contest is decided and Smith Is the man Dont let any Â¬ body bolt stick to the nominee Circuit Court is in session witli a light docket The Archer trial will como up Friday in which injch interest is mani Â¬ Â¬ iip f i a si t Miss Maggie Ahl M f In proving l 1 l f l fested D R Murray made a speech Monday which I hear variously commented tip on Mr Walhenii speech was highly Â¬ He is an original sliver man and one of the best posted men in the district You should hear him on the subject BitYAN stock is looking up The followers of Bryan and silver are not saying much but they are going to voto when the time comes The farmers and labor Â¬ ing men of this country know their interests Â¬ is no discount on Dave Democracy or his love for silver There Smiths Â¬ EvKitYiioDV in this town i and binner will be glad Conference has returned Brother Shelley Chairman Johnson and Parker Como to us No better man or moro earnest to a Mutual Understanding preacher lives Everybody loves BrothIn Kentucky er Shelley and are glad to welcome him back again Chairman I I Johnson ol the Democratic State Central Committee and Boitockat YVathen cant complain of Chairman Jo A Barker of the lormlibt not having a hearing at Brandenburg If Executive Coiiimittte met in Louiivillu there was a man under the sound of his lost week and arrauged for the fusion of voice that opened his mouth during his the two parties in tlis state The terms oagretment areas follows speech we failed to hear it There were IxiibViLLESept22lbtG It isareed plenty of them tho who shut their eyes by 1 1 Johmou chuirman of the State de- Â¬ Central Executive Committee that two It was about tho dryest speech ever livered in Brandenburg And jut about Populist electors to be chosen with a view to their popularity and strength in as interesting as it was dry both parties shall be put on tho Demo And that the era tie electoral ticket J vn Murray made a rattling good 1opuliBt electoral ticket shall he with speecu at Brandenburg Monday in drawn that the support of both partits shall be given to said electoral ticket so whicl liu declared his allegiance to De constituted and that we will do our mocmcy nnd Dave Smith for CongreM utmost to liarmonizH all differences as to He emd ho was no sulker Although congressional and other candidates and defeated for the nomination he now had that the authorities of both paiths and their speakers shall at all times urge tint hid c it oil for the nominee and he loyal support of this fusion agiee iinni wouhi do all in his power to secure his tho purpose being the election of W J election Ho said further that every Bryau for Jlesidert and a Congress in one oi his friends would do tho same harmony with his iews on the financial question thing P P Joiivstov Chairman Democratic Stato Central Com Â¬ Trkssubeii St John of the Democratic mittee Jo A Parker Ratio ial Committee says I believe that Mr Bryan will carry New York by Chairman Populist Executive Commit- Â¬ n comfortable majority I am moro than tee This move guarantees to Bryuas elwt ever c mvinced of this after the success of on meeting in Newburgh recently om tin- - 0000 Popui jt votn in I bin State You will scarcely believe it hut I say to and from now on tc the election tin two ynu tho people outside of this city aro parties will vork together for tin electIt ali o insures n icto y h t fur silver and nothing can stop them ion of Bryau from voting for Bryan and Sevtall next in this state fr lirjfcn of any when rein 20000 to 30010 November l usion lius hitii agreed tipoii aid from the bottom up ratified with the exception of Missjuii IltosrERiTY comes Caiifonii i ColwardH not from the top downwards as in tho following Stats the advocates of the gold standard claim orado Connecticut Idaho Illinois Iowa Give our farmers a good prico for their Kansas Kentucky Michigan Minnesota products this will make them prosperous Missouri Montana Nebraska New Jer- Â¬ and enable them to buy manufactured sey North Carolina Ohio Oregon Penn- Â¬ products It Is absolutely Impossible for sylvania Sou h Dakota Utah Washing manufacturers to build up and prosper ton Wisconsu and Wyoming In addi- Â¬ when there is no demand for what they tion fusion has been practically nettled make And as long as the farmer has to upon in Indirna sell his product for lew than it costs Political Notes him to raise it he has nothing with Tice Jolly tliinlj Bryan will cairy which to buy so you have to commence on him first Free silver everybody ad Â¬ Breckenridge county by -- 00 to 210 ma mits will make the farmer prosperous by jority There was a free silver club orguiiz d eivlng him better prices so it is free sil- Â¬ ver alono wo need to make us all pros- at Paynesviho last Saturday niglit en- Â¬ perous It doesnt take a lot of figures rolling seventy members Hon V B Burton will speak at Ego and statistics to prove this It is so Ky Grayson county Saturday night plain that a child can bco it Oct d and will divide time witu any- Â¬ The Murray Smith muddle has at one who may wish to oppose him There will be a Republican polo raid Â¬ last been settled to the satisfaction of all The contestants agreed to submit their ing at Brandenburg next Thurttday claims to the Democratic Stato Executive The Hon John W Lewis and the Hon Committee for settlement The com- Â¬ Charles Blanford will he preseut and mittee met in Louisville last Saturday speak Jo A Parker chairman of tho Peoples and heard statements from both the can didates and their friends The Com party of Kentucky will speak at Brand- Â¬ mittee decided that Mr Smith was enburg Monday Oct 5 at 1 oclock P M entitled to the nomination This settles Mooleyville Tuesday Oct 0 1 oclock it so far as we aro concerned AS e are P M and at Concordia at night A number of Democrats Populists and not kicking at the result neither is Mur- Â¬ ray or his friends We will support Mr free silver Republicans met in Hardins Smith so will Mr Murray so will his burg yesterday The meeting was full of good for the friends and do it heartily and cheerfully cause offeeling and enthusiasmdiscussed silver Plans were There will bo no sulking in Murrays and laid for an active campaign from camp They will vote as one man for now until the election At a meeting held out at Hardins Smith They will not only vote for him Julius but they will work for him They are school house last Saturday night free sil- Â¬ Hardin spoke for two hours ou now just as devoted to Smith as they ver At the close of his speech a free were to Murray and everybody knows silver club was organized with forty fivo what that means We are Democrats members A colored man and one of the Tauls were among the number and silver men in this neck of tho wood Jtah for Smith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ botli faint to know that FUSION t Public Speaking Hon W J Stone ex Congressmen from the 1st district will address the cit Isesa of Breckenridge county at Hardins burg Monday Oct 12 1600 Let every body hear this able chtmpion of DemocÂ¬ Committee racy CASTOR A I For Infants and Children TWfs commended No Watson Jas H Arnold wants Bryan The gentleman wishes to issue Give the an ultimatum to Democrats Boy a Chance Tlie Hrandenburg Normal will have its first literary and musical Friday after- Â¬ noon for the pupils only as the majority voted that decision I never saw golden rod as beautiful nor as abundant The name the tinge are emblemetical aud significant this aut- Â¬ umn hence its abundance A hand organ and a monkey broke tho monotony last Saturday Darwin wasnt so badly oft in his theories after all His analogy was very simple Monday wos a genuine Longfellow rainy day but a good many people were in town and I am told the docket is more voluminous tliau I was informed I have written to Gen Buekner by re quest of sound money friends to come and give us a speech He will be the guest of Mr J W Lew is should he make a date for us Brandenburg Normal is adding to its roll call every week About one hun Â¬ dred and ten answer now Mr Byerly has a day school and niglit school Make hay while the sun Bhines I hope Mr Arnold will read Mr Lath am in Saturdays Courier on banks and sound money sjstem nud take it as an When such men auswer to his views aud Kensuckians speak it means some- Â¬ thing An african preacher just over from his native couutry made two lectures at the M A church Sunday He Is attending school in this country and wits converted by a missionary woman from tho M E church Thank you I Mr Arnold forgiving mu credit for veracity Poor bankers The first bank was established at Philadel phi about 1701 What a pity such an institution was founded and has existed so long Enemies to mankind Aheml Mr J I Btbbage was hero Monday to meet his many Meade county friends and talk News which ib so popular with tho majority The editorials clear- Â¬ ly defiue tho position of the paper but its columns are open for free thought and opposite viewB Mrs J W Richardson is at home from Glasgow rosy merry and well She notes many changes In bur childhood homo but prefers eld Brandenburg to any spot known to her as yet ou earth We nave commenced our full and winter reading mid hope to make it both interesting aud profitable The old town has been dull since the summer visitors have flown and social allaiis are stagnant as weh as commer- Â¬ cial circles Everything if politics and will bo till after the 3rd of November when surely an impetus will bo given to tho business world Som topic will havo to come up of vital interest sure to fill the vacuum George II Madden hai announced himself as a candidate for titnto Senator from tho thirty eighth distiict So far he is the only free silver man in the field George wos born in this old town and lived here till nearly grown and was a most excellent boy as well as very hand some His mother was a daughter of Dr Hicks who lived and practiced here a long lifetime Dr Henry Shacklett one ofourMeado couuty boys Is making a name for him Â¬ self at Leavenworth Ind He pet form ed a very difficult surgical operation on ono of his patients there last week of which the Leavenwoith paper spoke In most complimentary terms and they do say that succi s professionally is not the only allurement there DiUVrent countries fix tho relative value of the two metals at different ratios England has one France another and United States yet another All these are obstructions to trade and of course hindrance to the prosperity of all Now if the people who aro carrying on the vast exchanges of the world would by agreement fix the relative value of sil ver and gold it would remain invariable la the world Miss Jen Hardin while eating the meat from a chicken bono last week got a small poition of the bone in her throat She suffered intensely from it Dr lusey and Dr Wells consulted when a mop of sewing silk was made and the bono was mopped out after instruments She wan relieved im Â¬ had been used mediately She attended tho Baptist Association held at New Salem Hardin couuty Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Dr J O Bush the dentist will bo in Hardlnsburg Oct C 0 7 8 and l Mrs Henry IWrd has returned from a weeks visit to Mrs Lizzie Henderson of Webster Sliver Democracy gains a firmer foot Â¬ ing every day aud enthusiasm heightens in proiortlou The sick nre all Improving Mr Ztke Rhodes gains slowly Miss Annlo De Jernette is able to be up again Miss Mangle Ahl returned homo quite ill from a visit to friends She was not able to sit up during her journey Mr Richard May nud his daughter Lucy have returned from a trip to Han- Â¬ cock county to visit Mrs Emmn Stum Mr Mays recently married daughter Little Ernest Haswell has been real sick with throat trouble He la better at this writing which gladdens the hearts of his littlo play fellows who all love him dearly The first quarterly meeting of thu M E church was held at the M E church of this place Saturday and Sunday con ducted by their presiding elder Rev Howes assisted by Itav Kelly pastor The ladles of the M E church renovated their parsonago for the occupancy cf their new pastor A new carpet paper Â¬ ing and scrubbing have made everything chic They contemplate a now fence and other outside improvements Their pastor and family arrived Saturday Tho present session of the Louisville Conference was one of unusual interest Being tho Jubilco year it called out more preachers and laymen than hereto- Â¬ fore attend Hopkinsvillo people were ready with open hoaits to receive all visitors and Conference members Ibis year there was a full delegation but the good people there were quite equal to tho emorgency A weeks association with the godly men of this body brings ono in closer touch with Christianity There aro some great men in the Lous ville Conference cf the Methodist church South We feel all the better for having had a weeks association among them Dr Hosp II C Morrison Daniel Morton Tigert Grose Alexander are so me of the leading lights in this body There are others too younger men who are a power in the church and rapidly making their way to tho front rank In Methodism wo have no reason to go backward Every man who calls him selfa Methodist should some day get to an annual conference We feel that it is an honor to be a representative in such a body Bishop Wilson says the causa is moving forward all the time and the light upon the hills gets brighter to him as the years roll on A saintly man A Conference with him only for a few moments impressed me with tils great Â¬ ness aud deep piety His Binnon on Sunday morning was one of great poer It called forth more aniens than I havo been accustomed to The next session ot tho Conference will be held at Hen- Â¬ derson Ky Notice I am now doing tho repairs cf watihts clocks spectacles jewelry rid silver ware shop next door t6Iitu llolens store opposite Hamilton II tel Call and see me T C Lewis Â¬ Â¬ Nw York y sife -- Everything Kept in a First class GROCERY sfe A GARFIELD Mrs Phillip Webb School Progressed Has Typhoid Fever Daniel Black Dead Can be Had at IP Elisha Simmons family are convales- Â¬ cent Misj Sarah Driskell has new millinery goods Mrs rhillip Webb is very sick with typhoid fever Our Bchool being taught by Mr Warn Macy Is progressing nicely Mrs Lasley of Rhodella is visiting her daughter Mrs Gerty Botarth Rev Bozirth has been called to preach at pleasant Grove church for tho ensu Â¬ ing year Quite a crowd came out to hear the speaking and shake hands with the candidate Saturday Madam Rumor Bays we are going to have a wedding in our midst soon Wonder who it will be for- Â¬ Virgil Smith of Sullivan Ind merly of this place has returned home after a months visit to his father nnd sisters We regret to announce the death of Daniel Black of typhoid fever after an Illness of three weeks To the family we extend our sympathy Â¬ Vests s JV iw Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local aitlications as they cannot reach the sent of the disease Catarrh in a blood or constitutional disease in order to euro it you must take internal reme- Â¬ dies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ nally and acts directly on the blood nnd mucous surface Halls Catarrh Curo is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular pre scriptioii It is composed of tiie best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect combina- Â¬ tion of the two ingredients is what pro-Â¬ duces such wondorful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CIIENNEY CO Toledo O KiySoId by all Druggists 75c October 1st We have decided to change our business to a strictly cash basis After October 1st we will sell no more goods on time Our terms will be cash or Country Produce in exchange We propose to show our customers that it is better for them and for us Spot cash prices tell the story in a saving to you of from 15 to 25 per cent We buy much cheaper for cash and we can sell much cheaper Come in and let us convince you We are now receiving our LODIBURG T pi old Fevrr Wedding Bells Bryan CHENAULT School Begins Oct 5 Song Service Saturday Night Apple Seaso i With the Farmers Bound to Make Prosperous Times Hew Church at Raymond Born to the wife of A i7th a girl J Kojs Jr the Fall Stock largest we have ever shown before and decidedly the best and the cheapest Please remember that ours is a strictly cash house in the future and no deviation Mis Laura Hardin and son Alaska have typhoid feyer Wedding bells are ringing Ill tell Health of the community very good you want good times vo o for Mc ycu about It in a short while If Mr ond Mrs Willie Cox of Corydon Kiuley Our school opens October a with Prof Ky have been visiting relatives here Lee Shaw and wife arrived hero last Guy Burch as instructor they expect to There will bo song services at the week from Mosourri make their home here in the future Methodist church Saturday night Rev Diigglus filled his appointment Farmers of this community are very at Walnut Grove Saturday and Sunday busy preparing apples for the market He begins a protracted meeting there Harry Roberts Alton Ind is visiting Oct lltli his uncle A G Roberts of this place Mrs Will Hlueaand little daughter Mrs Tua Frymiro returned home of Leitchlleld are visiting her sister from an extended visit to relatives near Mrs John Avitt while her husband is Union Star attending Conference Mrs W R Gardner of Irvlngton is The patrons of Walnut Grove school visiting her grand mother Mrs Malissa met Saturday and covered it built a new Cunningham Hue and also bought a new stove for Mrs Malissa Cunningham has return which the pupils aud teacher are very ed from a visit to relatives at Branden Â¬ thankful burg and Irvlngton Mr Buren I think will bo very much John Kincheloe Hardlnsburg was in disappointed for I think Bryan is sure this neighborhood Sunday Wonder to dwell in the White House for the What was the attraction next four years and it is thought by Miss Claudle Frymire Ekron who has neurly all that Bryan was born to make been visiting her grand father Sam prosperous times for all Elder will return home Saturday There is strong talk of a new church Miss Gertie Elder has recovered from being built at Raymond of which Itev a severe attack of sickness and has gone Will English of StopheDBport is now to visit her sister Mrs Lena Cunning pastor Every one Is delighted at tho ham near Owenaboro Ky Idea for Raymond is a suitable place for a church large crowds attend and it is a beautiful place for a church Let every one contribute freely and givo according as the Lord has blessed him Sj TO THE EniTDB I hlv an ndcntufji remedy for Consumption By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured So proof positive m I of its power that I consider It my duty to und tuo bottla fru to those of your readers who have ConsumptlonThroat Bronchial or Lunp Trouble if they will write me their express and postoflice address Sincerely T X SLOCUM K O III Petri St Bw Tort - Th EditorUI tad llaln Ilaatftmsnt at Udt li4r UtunslM Ul fsnsrvai lropoiiloik It is the J W TEAFF CO HARDINSBURG KY All persons indebted to J W Teaff and J W Teaff settle at once Co will please come forward and J W TEAFF W K I1AIINES GO AR KINCIIELOK Free Silver Speaking BARNES Samilk Ky Sept Special On last KINCHELOE Tuesday Sept 22 Uie school house here was packed and jammed to its utmost ATTORNEYS LAW capacity to bear the Hon Gus Brown HARDINSBURO KY of Cloverport and Jamea P Steward of Collection and enforcement of Item given Webster to speak in favor of the frpn peclal attention stiver cause Thoy made eloquent and JASRSKILLMAN persuasive addresses After the speak- Â¬ OKOW JOLLY ing a Bryan free sliver club was oriran JOLLY SKILLMAN Ired with forty two members enrolled A number of persons from the surround Â¬ ing vicinity were present At the iitI CLOVCUVOItr KV meeting of the club they are informed Office in first house East of Cloverport of several more additions Let the good Hotel work still progress AT LAWYERS ANTED lT crouny nd The Worlds Fair Tests Death Of Archie Barbo The angel of death has again visited showed no baking powder the home of Mr and so pure or so great la leav Â¬ or of Stephensport Mrs Beavin Tuck and taken from them ening power as the Royal their loving son Archie Barbo who was Ajrente to tell Groceries In tour or female Addres with tramp UE CASEY No 410 Scot St Covington Ky Gommiiiioners Notice Annie Moorman Hiram Moorman Tk narfL a Administrator plaintiff For Sals Until November llBlll tfUtUt ft i cA4 Worth Its weight In gold Eagle Eye Salve Sutherlands n Pymouth Hrck anil IL llrahma Iu e Cockrclt IrlccM ranging fioj 50c csrdinir to lndcidualiti Mb M II OKIiENWOOD Irvingtun Kv ttd lt toitoic VI in his seventeen year He was a young T uimn nerehy notified that heir nan of moral bablU and liked by all the undrrlgned CommiUnr touching any and all of the hicPe Uua w ho knew him The mother and father OctoU IS Vi1 on Friday KV have the sympathy ol their frienda in Given their ead bereavement ihMlit day ofSptember V O c DrLrlsn lllir fc iA UAllUAGE Mauer Com B C C Ik THE BRRGKENRIDGE BRECKENRIDGE NEXWS GLxOYRRPORT KY equivalent By this move this repudia tion of the original rnntrxct tho bond holders made about lliOO 000000 With thin sort of a record which might he extended up to the present moment while tio fnets of history show that tho bankers have drawn the nations upon nil possiblo occasions to 8 0 jiiBt why thy should come In for honorable iiHntlons wheti wo express our gratitude to tho soldiers Â¬ ive premium Moreover whllo tho premium SOME HISTORY FOR BANKERS A STUPID remained practically no monetary de Â¬ mand would fall on gold for It is to the To the Kitltoroithe Posl Dspst h WEDNESDAY SE1TEMBEU 301800 advantage of everyone with paymontH to GENERAL CRIME 1 wish to call attention to a nnntenco mako to pay in tho cheapest dollar Con Â¬ or two in the addrtm of W H Thoinp sequently tho monetary demand for stis in to tl 0 Bankers Association Sept 22 FIFTY CENT DOLLAR ver would lie Increased just as tho mon Â¬ 1SUG to wlt etary demand for gold fell off and so the What Sherman Once Thought of Tho American bankers have always constant tendency of tho silver dollar been prompt In rendering their aid to Silver Demonetisation would bo to rise and tho gold to fall un the Government when needed and havo hero is No Law In Exlstonco Ob til tho illflereiice In the value of the two iIoiih their part iu evfry emergency coins was bridged over and thu premium ligatingTho Govornment To All parties join in rendering honor to OPPOSED THE SINGLE STANDARD on gold disappeared our soldiers and sailors who in time of RodoemSllvor Dollars Thus we Bee that it is thu law of self our countrys peril fought our battles I n tears t that impels debtors to pay In and won our victorls aso to our legisthat dollar which is cheapest that holds Indorsed the Statement of Seyd That lators who sustained them during the R Gold tt Is tho Fiat of Law and the sliver dollar at a par with gold In Humanity Would Learn to coi Hut and acknowledge ireely their short II is the flat of law that monetizes servlct a Rut some of these same par Â¬ Curse Its Authors a Monetary Demand That the silver dollar which rrakts it the ties seim to forget the men without tqual of gold Gives Thorn Valuo whose aid success would have been im Â¬ If this law was extended to sllvca bul- Â¬ Result of the Contraction of Currency possible lion by opening our mints to tho frco Wo think that while our soldiers and coinage of sliver then silver bullion Wheat Fed to Hogs and Corn sailors are justly entitled to nnd do re tllie American would become available ns iiinnuy and ctlvM from a grateful people nmlals and Burned For Fuel iwitli silver nt sixty seven cents tin tho monetary demand would fall upon diplomas in commemoration of their sermica tliu dillVrence between the value silver bullion as it now fulls upon gold vices the men who rendered their aid f371 grains of silver as bullion and the bullion Consequently silver bullion in sustaining the Government financially A PROPHECY FULFILLED anio weight of silver coined into a dol would brcomo the equal of sliver coin ought to be at least entitled to honorable ir Is i82 cents In other words the for tho law ofsslf interest that Impels mention ilver in our standard dollar is worth as the ueo of the cheaper money of full History records that in 1800 the Gov- Â¬ uilion but 61 8 cents a fraction less debt paying power to the exclusion of On pngo 6o3 of John Shermans pubÂ¬ ernment asked for a loan of only 5000 fifty two cents Hero then is a the dearer would foire silver bullion to fflurence in the valuo of the silver dol rise to a par with silver coin and force lished speeches and papers edited by 000 and that tho bankers camo to tho trand the same weight of sill vor bullion silver coin and bullion toa par with gold himself is an extract from tho well rescue in the following manner I will read known economist Scytl V forty eight cents 11 diirerence that Until this parity was restored gold you a short extract from 8oytI said IIII1S lOU riVIJ MILLION TKK rises out of the fiat of law That this IIUV NOTES would remain out of circulation and the Mr Sherman to tho Mlinto in urging From the PlilUHclphli lrcuof Die 19 i8x nliancement of the value of the silver monetary demand would fall on silver that tiio silver dollar was sound money olar over silver bullion is conferred in with double force Const quently silver good money a dcllar honest enough to Thomas J Warrtn New Vork offers tu take ome way by the government is ques- - would rlso and gold fall and thus the uso for redeeming tho greenbacks and 6 iooo at j per cent Interest 1IJJ Mclsne 3ned by none but there is a surprising- - parity between the two metals restored for paying all non interest bearing debts 000 at 11 percmt New Voile offer to t ke jj Inernt Mwlde variance of opinion ns to jiiBt and maintained just as the parity be of tho government I will now read you Field Mcline New York offer to lake Is n11 extract Seyd 011 tho very sub Â¬ o o at 30 per cent lnteret from lat this fiat is tween our silver dollar ami gold coin is ject I nm speaking of tho importance John llarnet Wathii gton City oflri to take The view that this fiat of law consists now maintained in other words by the of tho American dollar in tho commerce U5rat 6 per tent Inert it an obligation of the government to re- - monetary demand falling on the cheap- Â¬ John T Wright New Voik ofTeti to ukr 4000 of tho world und as ho expresses it em its silver dollars in gold on demand est dollar mncii better than I can I think sena- at 7 ptr lent intereot widt spread and this belief though Jime II Langdon VennoM oflcn to t ike I5 Our silver dollar is a flfty centdollar tors will bo much better pleased to hear 000 at 9 per cent int- rot Beting on absolutely no foundation of only fn tho sense that its bullion value his statement Jamn K Langdon Vermont oflVrs to lake j ct is clung to tenaciously by many by Is but little moro than half oT its face This is n part of tho statement thus 000 at 10J4 per cent Intertttf and bimetallism value As bullion it is indeed worth indorsed by Mr Sherman as vindicat- Â¬ old monoinetalllBta Amos Townwid cmhltr New Havrn Iljik flke As a matter of fact the govern but Ri cents but as a coin it is the qual ing tho honesty of tho silver dollar often to tale J 10000 at 8 per ctnt Inerest much better than ho could himself Amos Towmrnd cashier New Haven Hank jfcnt is under no obligation to redeem of gold On the silver dollar falls a mon- Â¬ I in per rent 3 silver dollars in gold and it has never etary demand that cannot be felt by sil- Â¬ favor think that America by decidingnot ofliM to take 5000 atSYork ofTisriIntereit Samuel Uebke New of tho doublo valuation would to lake 4000 flen its practice to make any provision ver bullion so long as our mints are only suva tho world at largo from an at 8 ptr ctnt intereit redemption William K Brown New York offer to take r such closed to the free coinage of silver aud abyss and prevent tho accomplishment toon at 7 per ctnt Interest Jko it is not through providing for the consequently tho silver dollar lias a of n stnpid general crimu whoso authors Wit i uii IX edemption of silver dollars in gold that greater value than the silver bullion of humanity would somo day loarn to cent Interest Drown uflr ri tu take 1500 at 8 per So government mnke6 good the difler- Not that tho sil- curse but tliut she would advnnco tier J V Huntingdon New York offers to take Jjo- which it is composed Eco between the bullion and coin value ver dollar is in any way redeemable in own interests moro thau may bo sup oro at 18 per cent tntenst posed possible J K Huntingdon New York oilers to take 13 the silver dollar This difference is gold but simply because tho demand This said Senator Sherman in con- of o at 34 per cent interest is for the silver dollar is much greater good in a very different way It Side clusion is tho opinion of Mr Seyd an Hunk olCimmercc New Side good not by treating the silver than the demand for silver bullion If English writer who is perfectly familiar offes to take 1500000 atYoikfor refund ntheis n per cent Interest dlar as a mero token and representat- Â¬ the mints were open to tho free coinage with tho whole subject and who lms I M Swann New York offers to take J 10000 ive of gold but by treating It as money of silver this could not iSper ctnt hi for then the lived in this couutry tho most of his at Farmers Hank Iancaer Ia effers to take J Jade available by law for the payment monetary demand would spread over sil- Â¬ life As Mr Seyds statements need no 000 at 8 er ctnt interest fjlebts it shares in spite of unwise dis ver equally with silyor coin The result Farmers Ilank Iancastrr Ia offers to take rimination tho burdens of money with would be that silver coined and silver further indorsement nfter this wo may 8poo at SJi per cent interest proceed to iuquiro into tho facts ou old and it is because it is fitted to share uncoined would have one and tho same Farmers Hank Lancaster which ho based conclusions which he 10000 at 9 perctnt intere t Ia offers io take Sese burdens that it is the equal of gold value rxpicfscd ovon better thau Senator Shor Farmer Hank Lancaster Ia effer to take da serviceable as gold to those in So under free coinage wo would coin man could havo douo himself unless 10000 at 10 per cent intereit indeed ns was probably tho caso Senaeed of money with which to pay for no fifty cent dollars R L A Stewart New York offer to take we would coin 116000 at la percent interest urchases or to settle any ordinary debt no dollar that would be worth more as tor Shermuu allowed his modesty to unIII A Stewart New York offer to take he monetary demand falls on the silver coin than as bullion for ttto 371 grains derrate his merit Why is it we may now ask Senator 80 oto at ia per cent interest pilar tiually with gold and it is the of pure silver of which the silver dollar R L A Stewart New York offer to take fenetary demand that falls on the silver is made would everywhere have the Shermuu J Picrpont Morgan Mr value of thesilver dollar whether coined Perry Belmont American agent of tho 56000 at 11 per cent interest pilar but not on silver bullion that gives or not Fdward J King New Yorkodeis to take 5000 Rothschilds Mr William C Whituoy Kdwaid J King New York offers to t ike 5030 ilver as coin a greater value than Bilver of tho Standard Oil company Mr l per cent intereit flbullion and makes good the difference Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic Huuuu of tbu lion trust nnd others who at Mild S McLane New York offer to take io tetween tho bullion value and coin value tastes good is good and does good An now advocate tho demonetization of siloro at 36 per cent interest ver aud tho corporation system of cur Field ifthe silver dollar effectual positive and permanent cure McLane Nuw York offer to lake 70 jClhe silver dollar ia available for use as for chills fever and ague Contains no rency control why is it true as Sena Coo at 34 per cent Interest New noney while silver bullion is not In poison An anti malarial and an up- Â¬ tor Shermuu thought iu reading Mr at C T Cartonintereit York offnrs to take 30000 Soyds views thut tho adoption of tho 35 percent irief silver bullion by the closing of building tonic a blood purifier An ap- Â¬ George S Hi hop offer to take 10000 at 9 per siuglo gold htandtud mid tho demone mr mints to free coinage has been de petizer aiding digestion It makes the tization of tho silver dollar would bo a cent interest GeorgeS Hithop offers to take jooco at to per Large bottles i0c nonetized but the silver dollar save for complexion good stnpid general crimo whoso authors iiu exception clause as to its legal te ti Â¬ Guaranteed by all dealers Immunity would somo day learn to cent intertsi A Co New Yctk F I James offer to take ir curso ler quality that makes it possible for in ronnt 13 per c nt interest Fortunately or rather unfortunately lividuals to demonetize it by private K 1 James WORDS OF WIGDOM York ffer to take 13 Co New wo havo sineo had tho answer writteu oro at 13 per cent Interest lontract is monetized as of old And Extract Irom llryans Great Speech to for us ou tho broadest pngo of our inF Co New York offer to take s Iime Jeini monetized it is sought after by the Clilc K Worklugmru dustrial history 000 at IS per cent interest Hose will debts to pay As gold goes I Jairts of tho contraction of our Co New York offer to taka 35 As a result F No man who understands tho ndvnn farther in paying debts dollar for dol tago of government will ever raiso his currency und tho currency of tho world oioV at si per centCointerest York I James New offer to take ICO ns the result cf foreign control in Wall than our silver dollar those with hand against government itself jRts to pay have no preference fur gold street and of foreign influences domi- 000 at 24 percent Intenst 11 Norman offer George to take 20000 at Jyer silver Arbitration is simply tho extension nating at Washington wo havo been ptr rent ine cst Either gold or silver is forced from depression to stringency serviceable to them and natural of tho idea of tho court of justice V Hrothtr offer It take Sayre 3000 nt 10 per from stringency to panic aud this not cent Intcriit tendering payments for debts they Discontent lies at tho foundation of onco but rppcutedly Wo hnvo seen our Levi Hatbrruck offers to take icoo at 8 per Sill tender that money which they can gold forced out of circulation und hoard- cent interest all progress So long ns you aro satis Beat readily obtain ed by tho agents of foreign bankers us William II Socum offers to take jonoit 10 ing it to forco repeated issues of bonds percent interest Iff gold commands a premium be it fied you will nover go forward on whicli thoy demand from our labor wer so slight debtors will not tender Common peoplo bclicvo iu a demointerest pnyahlo in gold cu which thoy History aso records that a committee jjeld in payment of their debts If they crat io form of government proposo to issuo ns our only popular curof hankers from Boston Now York and bave gold but no other money at hand rency their owu notes to bo forced into Ihiladflphla went to Washington and Ono of tho important duties of govy win uoi lenuer goiu urn mey win circulation by our government We on or about January 11 1802 called the le it to some broker where they can ernment is tho putting of ringi iu the havo seen cur mining states bankrupted it so as to put the premium into noses of hogs and their citizens brought to poverty Committee on Finance of the Senate bo ir own pockets instead of the pockets No part of tho peoplo of tho world nro Wo havo seen our silver with nprico set fore them and insisted tnat the full legal their creditors And on the other so important to the welfuro of mankind upon it by England nnd used at this Under power of the greenback should be id if they have not money in hand of as tli oso whoso labor and brain convert prico by England to pay for East Indian bildged that they should not be good cotton bunght iu competimf kind but aro dependent on the sale natural resources into material wealth wheat andour own Wo hnvo soon our for the payment of intenston tho bonds tion with about to be issued nor for tho payment nnroperty as mostuetnors are 10 realbreadstuffs and cotton forced below Neither great riches nor ubjeot pover Â¬ ownccst of production Wo havo seen of duties to the Government on imports MTthe needed money they will not re Â¬ tho gold from those to whom they sell ty furnishes tho soil iu which grows the wheat fed to hogs and corn burnod for Theso bankers saw that if the merchants Ir property but that money which best civilization fuel for lack of a market Wo havo seen were permitted to pay duties in green- Â¬ tho growth of our thriving western ex Â¬ backs the gold ring would not be able 1 be had most readily for even should A mau who would nso a loan to in thoir people to sell them gold for that purpose As a happen that the purchasers of their timiduto a citizen has yot to loam the porting states stopped gold in hand such purchasers geuius of tho institutions under which hampered in overy enterprise thoir pro matter of fact by securing theso two ex- Â¬ ids had ducers impoverished their labor robbed ceptions ou the back of the greenback a W5uU not use it in payment but would ho lives of it 3 opportunities for profitnblo em- a market was made for about it for other money that commanded Whenover n man offers you pay for ployment their capital tied up iu en of gold a year premium but that would go just as terprises which are rendered unproducyour vote ho insults your manhood Taking advantage of this demand they for by in paying for their purchases tive by tho blighting interference of a gold as high as 185 olug they would make a profit of the Discontent in our form of government government under foreign control We ran the premium on havo seen tho prices of our exports forced percent at ono time and altogether they tiiiuiu ends iu reformation through tho peacedown until tho country lias becomo made out of the operation over f 750000 ar iustance suppose gold commanded ful moans of tho ballot moro and mora n debtor nation until 000 This vast sum was charged up to emium of one half of ono per cent Sooioty has a right to protect itsolf it is impossible to get gold to tcttlo the goods imported and amounted to an in other words that one hundred fill- balances und pay interest ou un in dollars and a fifty cent piece besides against contests between labor and cap- creasing debt We huvo seen American additional tarifl tax to that extent no1 ital Jd be had in exchange for 100 in property pass into foreign hunds until for the benefit of the public treaniy hut coin it is clear that no one haviqg of gov Â¬ now several thousand millions of our for the bunt fit of these bankers It is possiblo under our form But this is not the worst of it While best paying investments uro controlled gold and aware of this premium ernment to hnvo just ns good 11 govern by tho samo foreign operators who are these bankers were demanding and re- Â¬ away at its face value but ment ns tho peoplo descrvo fuld pay it controlling our currency and dictating ceiving a 100 cent dollar the Govern- Â¬ Id if obliged to part with it take it If you iucronso tho unmbcr of those our financial policies Aud whilo tho ment was compelled to pay its soldiers It to the bullion broker und and sell bread producers of our agricultural ring the premium so as to pocket the who counot work nnd yet must cat you states aro thus impoverished by look of in what tho bankers now chararteriza as 115 cent dollar dusperutlou aud iu I am not aware thai ceut piece that was ollereu as a will drlvo men to distribution for their products wo have r oreaso the ranks of criminals thu bankers have advocatod a propos scon iu tho great cities of tho oast au mlum for every 100 of gold Thus increasing number of people who have tion to make up the difference to the debtor with a debt to pay and know If 70a r fanner I beg you remain nothing to cut From tho tenements of pnhlier between a 35 cent dollar aud a full well that one hundred silver dol appreciation of sold Nuw York and of Loudon wo havo hoard bar that under till 100 cent dollar Until they do their would go just as far b 100 in gold your product havo fallen In ralue till tho cry of famine a mighty cry for gratitude to the soldiers fir fighting - your debt and your taxe bare remained Id make no effort to get gold to tenbread an appeal to heaven beforo which in payment or if he had gold ho M blgb a they tued to be William J oven tho Whitney tho Vanderbllts the our battles and winning our victories will reside upon their lips only while It Bryan Id sell it for allvcr so as to make the Rothschilds tremble cents The result of course would All this nnd mora wo havo seen since Is not felt in their lit arts or pockets Bryan to Silver Republican Candidate beglning of issue of green In Ahat those Laving ggld and payments It is not strange that men who had in tho senate of tho United States Hon Â¬ backsthe law providedthe their exchange or the ake would strive to dispose 01 their looked for bimetallism iu tho Republic est John Shorman indorsed the thut the establishment of tho single at the option of the holders into 6 per In exchango for silver Consequent- - an party should have given up hope iu gold standard would bo a stupid gen- Â¬ veryone who poscssed gold but could despair and tamed olsowhcro for relief eral crimo whoso authors humanity cent bonds but nfter many millions bad Theso Republicans cannot bo criticised been paid out to soldier and otherr this afford to hoard it and keep it in idle St Louis Post- - privilege of conversion into an Interest for leaving tho Republican party They would learu to curso I would not pass it away at Its face havo douo what every American oitizou Dispatch bearing bond was abrogated at the behest ue but would strive to sail it so as to has a right to da They havo dono bet- Â¬ Why suffer with Coughs Colds and of the bankers ke a profit of the premium while no ter than oar Democratio advocates of Again on the 18th of March 1800 after could pay this premium who had tho gold standard have becauso tho Re LaGrlppe when Laxativr Bromo Quinine will cure you In one day Doa not pro Â¬ the bonds had appreciated In thu hands some especial use to which to put publicans whon they left thoir party of the bankets from about 65 cents on d and for which use silver would not jolnod with those who had n chance toÂ¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sul succeed while our Democratio advo- phate of Quinine Put up In tablets con- Â¬ the dollar to 70 cento they procured an Â¬ rve cates of tho gold standard sought to se Â¬ other act changing the contract In their po just so long a gold commanded a cure tho election of a Ropubliouu can venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents favor and against the people declarng Btnlum there would be pressure to sell didato by nominating a Democratio can Â¬ or money rofunded the bonds should be paid In coin or its For sale by A It Fisher and this would tend to wipe out the didate lSEWS ju Sift K hearts blood it is dlilkult 16 to i CO Â¬ J Tt LouU Mo S B Koiiktt Silver Army0 Great Campaign Document The8ILVER pt Ill Au eye for on ojonnd a tooth for n tooth is the old Mosaic doctrine but the doctors of to day save the oyeslght by applying Sutherlands Eitgle Kyo Salve It cures all forms and you can bit n tube any here for 25c supplement To tho PARfll FIELD AND FIRESIDE the most complete instructive and con- Â¬ LYONIA Solomon Barnolt Dead Court Convenes- Sorghum Mill In Operation Church Attendance vincing discoboli of the silver question ever published Â¬ Court convened hero Monday 21 Sept Wo will send from in D M Morrison of Pellvllle attended court Monday W Lyons and wife went to Fords villa Wed net day shopping Mr and Mrs G II Viekers visited relatives iu Fordsville lost week Atty J B Viekers and wife visited his brother Alex nt Iiawesville Tuesday Herbert Hunter and Miss Hettiu Key holds of Keyroldp were hero Sunday evening Attorney J B Viekers and wlf of Hartford are spending a few tlajs with his parents Quito a number from this place went to Iiawesville and Cloverport thb 1 1 tit to see Bryan Ed Brook and Miss Ella Morrison of Oeanfleld spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Ida Corley County Attorney Eugeno Vance of Iiawesville was in our village Monday attending court Miss llettio Stout is spending the week with her friend Miss Ella Morri- Â¬ son at Deanlleld Tho farmers are nil through cuttng and housing tobacco The crop falls below par this year Wright are quite busy with Hufl their sorghum mill making up thu cane In this neighborhood For tho past fow days tho weather has been very cool and pleasant and It seems to be greatly appreciated W P Bennett and sister Mias Lizzie went to Iiawesville Monday to visit relatives and catch n glimpso of Bryan Mr and Mrs A G Wright and little daughter Beiilnh attended services ut the Irtsbyteiian church at Hnynesvllle Sunday Mr Maple Glveus of BiownV accom panied his cousin Miss Givens of Owensbnro and Miss Beulah Halu to church Sunday Supt W F Mastin of Hawesvtllewas circulating among his many friends hero lat week soliciting their aid for the com Â¬ ing November election Mimes Agnes Gordon Maude Marlow aud Nola IVyton Mr and Mrs John Haynes and Httv Morton nnd wife of Patt eville attended services hero Sunday School commenced here thn 1 II li with thirty nine in attendance under thu in- Â¬ structions of Mr Lemon Newton nnd from the present outlook everything bids fair for a successful school S J Haynes and daughters Misces Telia Ora and Ellen Messrs Myrtle Floyd Ernest nnd Arthur Ford and G W Milligan and sister Miss Alice of Herbert attended church Sunday Kev Foaman of Barretts Ferry preached here Saturday and Sunday night and on tho first Sunday in Oct- Â¬ ober he and It v Fallon of Lewis port will begin a series of meetings hero Several of tho youngsters gathered at the home of your scrl ho last night and spent a few hours very pleasantly The music and singing was beautiful nnd greatly enjoyed by all present Come again girls and boys Such a treat as that is always accopUble Mr Franks lie publican nominee for Congress delivered a very interesting and instructive speeeh hero tho 10th on thu great question that is now before the people to bo settled in November It has been said by some of tho strongest Democrats of this neighborhood that Franks made one of tho best speeches they ever listened to Huriah for Franks I Owing to the opening of public schoos and tho approaching winter our Sabbath School closed Sunday to re organize We have had a very suc Â¬ next April cessful school and all seemed to regret to part oven for a few months and to say our school clostd with seventy eight in attendance is enough to show that great interest had been manif nteil May Gods richest blessings rest upon the ollicers teaehurn and pupils of our Sabbath School until we are gathered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One to 10000 Free Send us your name with stamps to pay postage J A JrOr IU fl LIS send the 1aum Nov i matter every week We lJKWiii until Until January ViittD AND silver rOr liO -- ClS RBHT I 1S97 Â¬ Wanted In This Town Write for Term FARM FIELD AND FIRESIDE CHICAGO ILL Â¬ - 0Ht POWER OF THE BALLOT If It Wrro rroturly Unpil There Would lie IPS CniiUlllt nf Injustice When I pen a lurgo unmbcr of people liKo this wlio hcem to bo interested in 7T-thu success of the campaign upou which wo hnvo started I KouielimeH wonder whether it is pi ssililo that you peoplo aro deserving of tho naiucH that uro be ing applied to you If I uni 1111 unnrcliist then all tliiitwiint mo to bo elected must bo uunrchihts itiso When I look into your faces I won der whether you aru all enemies of tho government or cuemieH of thoso who want to um tho government us u privato Louisville Henderson St Louis ByCo sunp There is a great dliTereneo be tween being against tho government nnd 3sTO ngaiiiht thoso who mhuso the govern ment Andrew Jurkoii Kaitl there wcro tut necessary evils in government that TaUIng Cffoct its evils grow out of it abuse Somu people do not draw nny lines between government and tho ubuno of Witt Bound Traini government and whenever peoplo speak Eail Bound Train out against abuse of government those 41 it who nro making money out of tho nbnso Mall A Mail A STATIONS Kxprs Eipr generally find fault with it I want to Kxpra Knpr assure you tho most loyal supporters of Dally Dally Dally Dally government nro not found iu the great rjaupin 7RV1111 IvUun ptar llMSpm 8 00 u id 8 07 12 80 7 IS Kentucky St M5 trusts whicli think thoy are greater 7 2U 8 West Point 1155im 7 Iu than tho government mid control it 11 8 4S Howard 0 71I 717 7 32 8 67 WHInwdale 1141 6SU Thoy aro found among tho masses Hock Haven 11 35 TM 651 ilul who want to sicuro tho lovo of overy ti 47 yl2 715 Iongliranch 1127 11 Id H J 63U citizen for the government by milking it 765 llranilcnburB H IU 11 U 6 3 9 31 Kkron so good it will deservo their love 11 9 41 6 24 iuston 8U 1U61 Remember you cannot reform evil by 8 A 6 16 tWJ IrvlnKton 10 42 9 603 Webster tnlking you havo got to reform it by 8 21 10 67 8 37 10 3J 07 5 55 IodiburK voting Peoplo may complain as nmeh 8 45 10 5 48 1015 Tierce 10 20 10 2 baulple 5 41 ns they like about a bad law but tho 8 60 SU phensport 1011 102S 868 535 way to get rid of it is to repeal it and 10 Oi Addison 5 31 9 02 1033 1003 1035 916 Holt tho way to repeal it is to voto for tiioso 5J Cloverport 918 960 J04 617 who beliovo in repealing tho laws that 9 22 10 Si 9 46 bhops fill 9 33 bkillman 935 5 03 II U2 uro bad and not for thoo who want 10 44 9 25 4 13 1112 Iiawesville mako moro bad laws and keep all the 9152 4 46 9 17 1120 lctrle UM 4 4U Falcon 911 U25 bad laws nlicndy iu existence OH 9 02 4 31 1135 lewisport peoplo of this country would 10 If tho 8 65 1015 4 25 1142 Waitman rowers 4 16 8 46 all recoguio tho power of tho ballot anil 10 25 HAUm 10SS 2Ulpin 8 31 1ates 46 us that ballot m they should them 10 48 8 25 Owcnsboro 3 55 125 8 11 would bo less complaint against injus- 11 UO 12 26 3 44 Maturely 8 U9 1231 Griffith 1105 339 tice If our laws aro La l lemeniher thu 1108 12 31 8 05 Stanley 3 36 peoplo who permit thu Iuwh to remain 1115 12 III WorlhinRton 320 7t8 12 47 Heads 3 23 7 51 bo 11 2J had nro to blame If our laws aru to 1131pm 1254 Spottsville 7 43 316 good thoso who want them good havo lllSprr inn 7 36 llassett 310 got to mako them good William 7 1165pm 1 15pm ar Hcndein Iv 720am 2l5pB Uiyan I tiHscrt tlin rjiit of the people of this H St L Ry FordsviMe Branch country tu havu their otvn nniuuinl sys Â¬ tem anil to regulate their own urTiklrs zzzsrrsr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 10 MS0oclckAshylHar2l5S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HI 1 Â¬ 1 J Â¬ ii Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L ami If foreign people ilo not wnut to loau money to us under these conditions tro trill have the niiiisoiiitloii of Uiiowlug that the conditions will he ho fmrable that ue soon will huso money to losu them- William J Ilryan V TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun EFFECT DEO 22 1805 West Hnund Trains Hast Hound Train Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No 7 60 7 0 7 SO 7 15 No5 Nol STATIONS 11 lOain 1150 12 05pm Iv Irvinijton Ar 9 20aro Oartield 810 Â¬ Sept 29 1896 LOUISVILLE KY Shipper should mark all pack gei plainly with shippers mint nd poit oBe addreii DUTTER 10 Choice country Medium Creamery Fresh Mixed Old 12 12 12 52 12 35 12 58 Junction HardinsburR Junction Kirk Rlcndeane Dempster sr KalliIlouKhl Dempster Harned 110 123 1 Jolly 7 00 660 35 6 30 6 20 6 37 5 27 Â¬ Â¬ Eua FEATIIEKS - 8 10 6 V 15 10 Â¬ Prime white goose Vn 1 Â¬ dank POULTRY 1 40 41 25 J 15 W 26 Q 00 2 20 2X0 2 42 2 54 3 09 3 20 1 iOn 165 600 Uockale Huth Asklns Oaks Mitchell 616 v 6 08 4 60 4 41 4 35srr ii 7 00 13 ArKnftvillT Â¬ Ileal per lb Spring Chickens per dot Duck per lb lecio per doi lOTATOKS 2533 3 50 50 Â¬ 12H I GRIM 5 wmTsSllr ji IT JO Iriih per barrel Now t weot potatoes From store 2 t Â¬ la 151 per bbl Navy lleani per bushel ROOTS IMnV i eti hlbr 2 40 75 3 00 2 00 Q 7 2 74 64 21 6 1 lloiong Stolen Snake Yellow Wild linger tt Â¬ Â¬ Slipper Kiv Morton nail ted by Rtv O M Iady Appl Mar Corley preached the funeral of the Into lllood Solomon Baruett here last Sunday to a FIKiD SKEDS large congregation The deceased was Timothy per kuihel Clover per bushel eighty eight years of ago an old and Crimson Clover per bushel Â¬ rtedTnppej bushel hikthly esteomed citlzn of this neighbor hood At the time of his death ho was Orchard Iran per bushel lllue Iran fancy p r bushel the gmnd father of sixty five and gr Illue llrasi extra per bushel Onion FeU Yellow per bushel of thirty five children White making a total of one hundred He had HIDES lived a consistent member of the BaptUt Oreeo rood years thus Dry Salt good church for Dry flint good serving his Lord three scores and twelve Sheep skin family have the years The bereaved WOOL sympathy of the community iu this Tub wished Oreaie fin their great trouble Durry again 6 Vi H 1 80 4 25 00 86 1 10 ij- - Lcv sss a8lisirv3alcl5 jtfe i 85 65 25 2 60 1 8 9 10 M 11 10 e 40 21 15 0 i CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS Paris llodloluo Co Hi Louts Mo Uentler-om-auld last year COO bottle of OIlOVKti TA8TKLKSH CI IIU TONIO and bar fcouubltbrei gruu already Ibis year Inallovrei perleuc ut It year In tbo drup business has reraold an article that gar such miliars sail your truly UUluu a juur Tntuo TA5TELE55 9r 11 It 12 13 10 Â¬ The new chill cure Dr Bills Pepper Â¬ mint Chill Tonic looks better tastes better acts better and is better thau any other All dealers guarantee it to cure Illaok Hurry Tallow ulatu PRICE 60 eta Ills Not M UQ3 tod Cots MISCELLANEOUS 8 Jleeiwai Sorghum Molattei - 16 jfl 25 20 K jwrC-o- - if fr phSSBBHKHHHIIH THE Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMDElt 30 1890 33RELOKELNRIIDGE1 NJSlW 1 OLOYRRPORT KY -- THE NATIONS PROSPERITY i Mr Bryan Says It De i npnds Unon Labor r r ENFOROED IDLENESS EVILS The Middle Class Is the Bulwark I of Society of Unomployod Throat An Army ens Rovolution Abraham Lincoln on Labor Tho Object of GoYornment Bone fits of Labor Organizations Responsibility ship- of Citizen- Mr Bryans Qreat Speech at cago Labor Day Chi- Â¬ Mk Chairman Babies and Gentle men I desires to thnnk tlio IIuIUUiik nnd Trtulc council for this opportunity wlilch they hnvo extended to mo to uponk before tho pcoplo iMwmblod on Lnlxir dny Labor day has become n flu d thing among our Institutions nnd It Is well that It has because on this day nil over this nn tlon tho- - who nro engaged In tho produc tion of We 1th meet In order thiit they mny communo with each other discuss those questions In which they nro specially Inter ested nnd emphnslzo lioforo tho world thnt thnro is nothing dlshonnrnblo In tho fnct thnt oiio earns his bread In tho sweat of Ills fnco I nin glad to stand on this day In the prescneo of thoso to whom this nation Is so largely Indebted for all that It has hnd for nil that It has now nnd for nil that It can hope to lmva I mn not indulging in ldlo flatter when I Bay to you that no jiart of tho jieoplo of tho world nro bo Important to tho welfnro of mankind as thoo whoso labor and brain convert natural resources Into material Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hlgiievt colli jmuicnt over pain torriomafrfcs tho Scripture tells us that tho common pooplo hoard him gladlr Amltlio roinmov pcopf nro tho only iooplo who hato over hennl gliullr nny pewon who prenchoj hu manity and cq ml rights I do not mom to say that thcro nro no exceptions to tio goiuial rula TVrc havo always been fo tnd among tho richer c iisscs thoso who wen filled with tho splllt of Thcro hnvo olwnys boon philanthropy found among them those who were willing to spend tholrllvcs In thoupllftlngof their fellows Hut t am rpcaklng of the rule thnt reforms do not como from nnd mo not supiMirteil by thoso who consider them sohesllftcd nbovo the common jieopla Nor do I menu that foil hnvo never found a nong tho common jieojilo thoso who would Letrny their follows You liuo found otcrywheiw It Is ono of tho unfortunate things that Btnnd out upon every pago of history that tho character of Ju dns Is not confined to WORK clct of nJf COMMON hut is found ovcry- OP where In nil nges I PEOPLE mean simply to say this that while among tho common pcoplo havo at all times liejon found thoso who would betray their brethren and sell them Into bondago if they could yet In splto of this tho common pcoplo hao liccn tho great Impelling force that has lifted civilization from generation to generation up to tho highest ground Thcro nro thrco forms of government best known among men Thcro Is tho monarchy whoro tho king rules by right dlvlno thcro Is tho nrlstocrucy where n few control nnd thcro Is tlio democracy which means tho rulo of tho jxoplo themselves Why Is It that tho strength of democracy I do not uso it in n uirty scum but lu Its private sense why is It thnt the strength of democracy has always been found among tho common jKXjplof WhyT It Is slmplo onough If n man has high tlon nnd great wealth ho may bo obo to stand nnd kevp on tho good sldo of thu king If he has great Influence ho may lie ono of tho ruling classes in nn nrlstocraoy Hut you ore hot willing to loao any form of government to your children except de- Â¬ mocracy In which each citizen Is protect ed in tho enjoyment of llfonnd liberty and tho pursuit of happiness The great common icoplo belle vo in a domocrntlo form of government because it is only Inn democratic form of government that they nro nblo to protect their rights nnd ndnnce their Interests so far ns government can ndvnnco human interests IiCt mo dwell for u moment upon tho ob ject of government In this hind it Is our boast that our government derives its Just powers from tho consent uf tho governed What kind of gen eminent will iooplc con sent to when they nro frco to consent Thero Is ono kind of government nlxo nil other kinds that they loo and that Is tho government which knows no favoritism a gocrnmcntin which o cry citizen stands on the Bimn plane TIEE OBJECT nnd where tho gov Â¬ tsl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wealth I might quota to you what Mr Carllslo Bald to these pcoplo in 1878 Ho described tliQin as tho strug cling masses who GREATNESS produco tho wealth OF TIIE nnd pay tho taxes of Ho did WOIUCrNOMAN tho country not pralso them too highly The struggling masses not only produco tho wealth nnd pay the taxes of tho country in time of penrc but tho strug gling masses hao over been and mutovcr bo tho nations surest protection in tin tlmo of peril Let mo quoto to you what nnothcr eminent treats them all right without re ganltojiosltlon Inso clety or without rego eminent w hlch gives gard to wealth A equal rights to nil but confers special privi leges on none that Is tho kind of govern ment that appeals to tho oflectlnns of tho vp uuv- ERNMENT Â¬ Amcrlcun has said In speaking of labor nnd capital Abraham Lincoln In a messago Monto congress ho used theso words archy Itsolf is sometimes hinted nt ns n posllilo refugo from tho power of tho In my present position I could scarce ly bo Justified wero I to omit n warning voice agnlnst this nppronchlng return to despotism It is not needed nor fitting hero that n general nrgument should bo mndo In favor of popular institutions but there is ouo point not m hackneyed ns most others to which I nsk brief attention It Is tho effort to place capital on an equal footing with if not nbovo labor In the structure of government It is nssumed that labor Is vnlunblo only In connection with capital that nobody labors unless Homebody elso owning capital Bomohow by tho uso of It Induces liim to labor And then ho ndds Labor Is prior to nnd Independent of capital Capital Is only tho fruit of Inlxir and could never linvo existed If labor had not first existed Labor Is tho Hiiporlor of capital nnd docrves much higher considÂ¬ u They Tlicso nro tho words of Lincoln nro not engendered to nrouso animosity ngnlnst capital but they state n great truth that oughtahvays to bo remembered that capital is but tho fruit of labor and you cannot destroy labor without destroying thu possibility of future capital I havo quoted two American authorities I want In nn ascending scale to reach a higher authority Lot mo quoto to you from that man whoso words hao entitled him to bo called tho wisest of men Solomon said on this subject fllvo mo neither poverty nor riches Feed mo with food convenient for mo lest I bo full nnd deny theo nnd say Who Is tho Lord or lest I bo poor and steal nnd tako tho namo of my God In vain I want you to remember that Solomon regards not tho extremes but I was nbout to say tho golden mean I will say tho gold nnd silver mean lie regards that condition best which is not nt either extreme but llos In between tho extremes Neither tho great riches nor tho abject poverty furnishes tho soil In which grows tho best civilization Thoso who nru oppressed by poverty lose nmbltion tho aspiration tha lofty purpose that is necessary to lead ono on to tho greatest achievements and thoso who possess too great THE POOR wealth loso tho neces sity for labor that LOSS lubor which is abso lutely essential to AMBITION tho developing of tho best In human nature Solomon was right therefore when ho praised this III tormodluUi condition Tho great middle classes nro tho bulwark of society nnd from tho mlddlo classes lias ooiuo almost all of good that has coino to bices tho human raco Let mo recall another compliment paid to tho common pco plo Wlion wo uso that term there nro soirio who say wo nro appealing to tho pas There are hoiuo who sions of tho masses apply tho namo demagoguo to anybody My who speaks of tho common pooplo friends let mo call to your attention tho fact that when tho meek and lowly Vara reno cumo among men preaching pence on earth nnd good will towurd men ho km not welcomed by thoso who were described as pooplo who devoured widows houses and for a pretense made prayers But when he gave that great commandThou shalt lovo thy neighbor ment who listened to hlmf Tho its thyself Wcrluiuro Hill im and lu so doing pays tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eration And then ho ndds Ko men living nro more worthy to trusted than thoso who toll up from pover ty none inns hiciiuiii ABRAHAM to tako or to touch aught which thoy LINCOLN limo not honestly them bo- earned ON LABOR ware of surrendering a political power which they possess nnd which If surrendered will surely bo used to closo tho door of advancement against such ns them nnd to fix now disabilities nnd burdens upon thorn till nil of liberty shall bo lost 1 It common people Thcro nro two things to Ikj considered In government Tho Jlrt Is that In tho on netment of legislation you should bo careful to glo nondvnntngu toono jiervmover nnothcr If that advantage can In pmcnt cd In other words it is tho duty of gov ernment to avoid acts of iilllrniithu Injustice Hut that Is only part of tho buslnes Jefferson bus stated of tho government tho other half of It Ho hays that govern ment must restrain men from Injuring ono another That Is ono of tho Important duties of government to restrain men from Injuring ono another and tho gov ernment that falls to restrain the strongest nrms that can bo lifted from Injuring the weakest citizen in nil the land is a gov em inent which falls to do its wholo duty I was passing through Iown Mimo mouths ngo and I jntnn idea from some hogs An Idea Is tho most Important thing that a perhon can get Into his heart and we gath er our ideas from overy niurco As I was driving along I noticed theso hogs rooting In n field nnd they were tearing up the ground nnd tho first thought that enmo to ino was that they wero dcstrovlng n good deal of property nnd thnt carrUsl mo back to when I was n loy and when wo had hogs wo used to put rings lu their hom s and then thu thought enmo to mo Why did wo do It Not to keep tho hogs from get- ting fat We were THE SELFISII- - moro interested in their getting fat than NE8S OF thoy wero The sooner they got fat MANKIND tho Booncr wo killed them Tho longer they wero lu getting fat Hut why wero tho tho longer they lived rings put in tho notes of thoso hogs S that whllo thoy wero getting fat thoy would not destroy mora property than they wero worth As I thought of that this Idea enmo to mo that ono of tho duties of government ono of tho IiajKirtant duties of government is tho putting of rings in tho nosos of hogs Now my friends do not consider this n reflection cm your neighbor Wo nro all hoggish Wo nro all selfish my friends nnd wo must not apply this lesson Imply to somebody else If you tell mo th it you nro not selfish I can provo by your neigh bor that you ara If your neighbor denies that ho Is selfish I nn provo by you that ho Is Woro all Bullish Tho Creator did not make any class of people who wero entirely unselfish Hut I have faith in our form of government lccuso I btlluvo that coplu In their better moments will adopt laws which restrain themselves In hours of temptation lu order thut their uulghlxirs may also 1k restraints lu hours of tempta tion And when I say that ono of tho duties of government Is to put rings in thu noses of Jiogs I simply mean this that whllo so ciety Is Interested In having every citizen hcoomo Independent becomu self support ing society Is Interested lu having overy cltUcu secure enough of this worlds goods not only to supply Ills own wants but to cducato Ids children and leave him some- TIIE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wiirt to my ono whulifocils cs out 1 toy in tlmt dlscoiilc i lies if the founda Co long ns you nro tion of nil propuws It Is only satisfied you never gi forward whim you hiv dlssiit DISCONTENT Isfl si with your con ditions that you try MEANS to Improve thoso con- PROOREaS dltlons Why my friends hnd our fore- Â¬ fathers been satisfied w It li Kngllsh political supremacy wo would never hnvo had n Declaration of Ituepcmlenco Thoy wero not content with tho condi tions under vvhioh they lived and thoy put that expression of discontent In tho form of tho Declaration and they tiinlutnlurd thnt Declaration with their blood and It Thcro gives us this form of government Is this dlfToreneo between our form of gov ernment and tho monarchical form If you nro discontented under n monarchy how enn you get relief You can ixitltlon but your petition may 1x3 disregarded Discontent In our form of govcrnmontends In reformation through thu txiroiul moans of tho Killot I nm not going to vlolato tlio proprieties of this occasion by entering Into it discus Â¬ sion of partisan questions but I desire to call your attention to certain broad ques tions which cannot Ixi confined by party lines iholullot Is tho means by which If they the txioplo havo liideiendciicu htvo not tho Intelligence to right their wrongs at tho lullt lint they havo not tlio courngo to wcuro their rights in any other way Hut my friends conditions nroso In this country which mndo It Impcsslblo for tho people to uso tho ballot which they had Thero wero certain Influences bo strong so iMiwcrful that men were afraid to exer cise freely and upon their own conscience the political rights given them under our What Institutions did they do I honor TIIE men of ATISTRArrAN tho IlKlrl8 nnd or this country B ALLOT ganlcd labor stand ing at tlio head of tho laboring men Ixvauso thoy secured to tho eoplo of this country nn Australian bal lot That ballot did not como down to you from above That Iwillot Is tho result of your demand It Is tho result of your Tho laboring man Unlay own Influence enjoys tho advantage of an Australian killot because tho laboring man of this country compelled tho adoption of tho Atistnillunb tllnt laws Now my friends nmong nil tho ngcncles which for tho last fow years havo lx cn at work bettering thu condition and practically thu rights of tho laboring men of this country I lxdluvo that the lilxir organiza- Â¬ tion stands first among thorn all It has brought them together where thoy could consult with each other where they could comiuiro their views where they could unlto their strength vvhero they could make their Influence effective And tho laboring man has his organization nnd his own efforts to thank for such blessings ns ho has secured SomulmvucrltlcUul labor organizations Thc ro nru some who have believed that banking organizations should join associa tions thnt managers of railroads should Join associations that over body was entitled to Join an association excepting tho laboring man Tho laboring mans asso ciation has been tho means by which ho has protected himself In Ids warfare ngnlnst other organisations among othor pooplo Now my frlendf tho libar organization has dono much of gcxxl and yet thcro LABOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hut I have a right nsan American citi zen speaking to other American ilflrc is of yntl thnt jou shall nvenlo tho to responslbliltles which rest iixm you us citizens mid prepare yourselviH f ir tho In lelllgent dlselinriro of every elnty Imixm el upon you Oovernircnt was not lustltutrsl nmong men to confnr spcctul privileges on nny ono Tho government was I mtltutod for tho protection of nil tho cltlz ns In or der that thov might onjoy t10 fruits of their toll nnd tho results of their exertions And It Is tho duty of government to miko tho conditions surrounding too people as pleasant as ngrevablo as possible You must havo your opinio and by your volco must havo jour liilliieneo lu de termining what thoso conditions tuny Ixi My frlouds If you find n largo number of men otit of employment you havo n right to Inquire whether Idleness Is Indicted upon tho human rare bynatural laws by tho act of tho Creator or whether It Is due to legislation wlilch Is wrong If It Is duo to legislation which Is wrong then It is not only your right but your elnty to rhatigo that legislation Tho greatest monnco to tho employed laborer today Is tho Increasing urmy of tho unemployed It menaces every man wno holds a Ksltlon and If that army continues to Increase It Is only a question of tlmo when thoso who lire ns oti may say on tho rugged edge shall leave tho ranks of thu employed and join thoso who nro out of work My friends I tun ono of thoso who bo llovo thnt If you Increase tho amount of Idleness If you lncroaso tho number of thoso who cannot work and yet must cat you will drive men to dcperntlon nnd In crease tho ranks nf criminals nut of those who would lxj earning bread under bettor conditions My friends If you find crime Increasing if you find idleness growing It Is not n prlvllogo only it Is n duty that you ovvo to yourselves nnd to your country to seo whether oil can change that condition nnd improve tho conditions thntsurround you Now when you como to uso tho ballot I want you to roniombcr that that ballot was given to you not by any man who employs you that killot was given to you by law You had It before ho omployed IDLENESS you It will bo yours lg Â¬ Makes you Bccm all broken up with- Â¬ out life ambition energy or appetite It Is ottcn the forerunner of serious Ill Â¬ ness or tho accompaniment of nervous troubles It Is n posltlvo proof of thin weak impuro blood for if tho blood Is rich red vitalized and vigorous it Im Â¬ parts llfo nnd energy to ovcry nerve organ nnd tissuo of tho body Tho necessity of taking Hoods Barsaparllla for that tired feeling Is thcrcforo apparent to ovcry one and tho good It will do you Remember is equally beyond question Tired That Feeling kVksVsVVV t Wr Vi - THE DAVIESS GUUNIY IS A FVVIR SURE GO AND WILL COMMENCE FOE 1896 W OCTOBER BtlT And Continue Five Days They arc still in the lead in the Southwest and will nlways 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 Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla GLENDEANE Miss Ella Robertson Surprised on Her Blrlhdny Dolph Clark Thrown From a Horse D C Moorman has finished sowing wheat Lenuie Maltlngly is in Owrnsboro this Is Kio best In fact tho One True Blood Purifier nOOd S PUIS cure liver Ills easy to take easy to operate KSceuts Running and Trotting Races Their half mile track is improving every year and bids fair this year to be a record breaker Tiie usual purses will be given there will be no entrance fee and everybody has the same chance Dont be afraid of freeze outs you have got a show every time and if your horse is the fastest you get the purse and it costs you nothing to enter week V 0 Moorman goes to Louisville this week for new goods Davo Cunningham of Cloverport was here Sunday calling ou his best NIc Robertson wont to Cincinnati Sat urday with UVe enr loads of cattlo Dick Eakridge of Bloomington Iud was hero last week visiting friunds Scott Koberston one of Grnyson coun- Â¬ tys best farmers was hero Saturday Mrs Bob Crider of Fordsville is visit- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Bettie Moorman Miss Sallio Urown has returned from a visit of six weeks to friends near Clo- Â¬ verport Clint Willis and Leonard Harper have lately returned from Sutherland and Â¬ The Price of Admission To sec the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to ioc so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Hall Display Will be up to the usual standing and will be as attractive as last The premiums are year The Poultry will be first class good and the quantity and quality of the exhibits arc better every year The jtjj CRLME ORGANISATION fo DOES aOOD add to and supple ment tho work of tho laboring men themselves 1 want to spoak of It hero tho principle of arbitration of Â¬ jJ ho docs not voto according to your opinion you will quit working for him and yet you havo just ns much right to tell him that as ho has to tell you that you havo got to quit working for him If you do not voto tho way ho wants you to My friends when I say this I nm not nfmld of offending nnybody becauso If thcro Is nn employer In this country who lxjlloves that ho has n right by pnylng wages to control tho votes of thoso who cam tho wages I say If there Is such an employer I cannot offend him becauso that man cannot be offended by anything I have known men who thought that be causo they loaned u man money ns long ns they held his note ho must voto as they wanted him to or risk foreclosure I am not afraid of offending nny man who has that feeling becauso n man who would uso n loan to Intimidate n citizen 1ms yet to learn tho genius of tho Institutions under which ho lives I cannot Im press upon your minds nny moro important truth than this that your ballot Is your own to do with what you pleaso There Is nobody that must Ikj satisfied with your voto except your judgucnt and your conscience At this point n branch of a tree was broken many of tho trees Ixjlng filled with Â¬ your omploy- inent leases You do not tcll him that If vvhun Prospects for the Fair Â¬ Â¬ t Is first class crops are good the people have been staying at home want an outing so look out for the best fair for years You neednt be afraid to bring your boys and girls nothing goes this year but first class entertainments no intoxicating liquors of any kind will be sold and an old fashioned fair is what will be the ticket REMEMBER THE DATES OCTOBER 6 7 8 9 101896 Oweuaboro Dolph Clark was thrown from a horse Friday His wrist was hurt one of tho bones broken jxxiple differences lietwieu eoiixirnto employers nnd their empl ivces that prlnclplo has been forced upon tho attention of tho American lieoplo 1 IhIIi vo In arbitration Arbitration Is slm ly the extension of tho Idea nf tho court of Justice It Is merely Instituting n tribunal mi Impartial tribunal before which men may go and settle differences Instead of resorting to v lnlene o to settle ellnViciiifs You say the laboring men are Intcrolcd In iiibitnitlou Yes they havo so cxpirs id thenisulvos Hut I want to Ray to jou that sociuty has u higher interest even tlinu the laboring nwn lu tho principo loty has it right to ple i f arbitration protee t Itself ngilnst the u contsts Ixitween lalxir and coplt il s k iety has a right to say to b ith eiiq lover aid employee In stead of as rrtiu a rl it a claim and defending it bv foioo y m t mll lu tho In teroit of sixlety fiilmlt th t to an Imparstlco Ixi dono by tial tribunal and let tho o who can see b iti sal s i ow evdltien My friend make now laws nc cesarv In t j oIjci times vvhun one man emplojed a few luhon rs thcro was a IhiiiiI if sv in atliy iMtvveun them Ho knew thu nuiuliei if his employees Hu ciniu in ontn t vvlili them and sym pathy sprang from Iiimic lo lieirt and this syiiiuithy was thu liillomco that enabled Hut tl nos havo changed them to iigrn Instejul of thu Imiiojer with it few em ployesw we now have tho great orporation with Its thousands or Itstensof thousands of employees It is imposilbld for tho em ployer to kuovv them It Is Impossible under these conditions that there should bo that personal synqiithy IxHwcon them which controls their coiiduet toward each What must lu done There Is but other one thing Where th it personal ncqunlnt mice has disappeared and therefore Injustice has crept In BxIcty with its para mount Interests ami overshadowing rights can step In nnd by law supplement that relation and substitute Justice for force in thu settlement of difllciiltics Now I appeal to you totakutho Interest lngovcrnmuntthit jou ought to tako I want you to tako tin RESP0NSI3IL- - Interest In politics ot eru to 0 ITY OF you what opinions vou should hold lam CITIZENS not here to suggest to you what inmsuius would lu my judg- mejit bring ivllef Â¬ t Â¬ - e Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dont worry my friends ho has not mado tho mistake that soma men make Ho did not saw tho limb off that ho was sitting on llko somo men nro trying to do when they destroy tho producers of wealth There Is only ono person thcro is only ono citizen In this country who can provo himself unworthy of tho ballot which has been glvon to him nnd thnt Is I ho citizen THE tner S09 w10 SALE OF or permits it to be VOTES wrested from him un der coercion When ever a mnn offors you pay for ymr voto he Insults your manhood nnd you ought to hnvo no respect for tho man who trios to do It And tho man who Instead of insult ing your manhood by nn otfer of purchase nttompts to intlmldato you or coerce you Insults your citizenship as well us your manhood My friends in this world pcoplo liavo just about as much of good us they de serve At least tho best way to secure anything that Is desirable is ta first de servo that thing If tho pooplo of this country want good laws they themselves must secure them If tlio people want to repeal bad laws thoynlono havo tho power to do it Govornmout presents a contest every day In u government llko ours every year otters tlio citizen nn opportunity to provo his lovo of country livery year offers him an opportunity to manifest his patriotism It is expected that vlgllanco is tho prlco Yos not only for nations but of liberty Indlv Idual vlgllanco is thu prlco of lndl vidual liberty Tho citizen that Is indif ferent is a cltlzon who Is apt to 1x3 mis ruled Tho cltlzon who is watchful tho cltUuu who Is on tho nlert to mako govern ment what It ought to be is tho citizen who has tho best clmnco of living under gcxxl laws nnd vviso nnd beneficent Institutions Let mo leavo with you just ono parting word Let mo urge you whatever may be your vlowson political questions whatuvur may bo your ideas ns to tho policy pro posed from tlmo to tlmo by various parties let mo urgo you to mako It your highest ambition to provo yourbclvus worthy of that greatest of nil named an American citizen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Little Johnnie Moorman son of Mrs Bettie Moorman has been very ill of in- Â¬ termittent fiver AV J Deane Sr has been quite ill Drs De nipster and Kinchelou wero tho attending physiciansJesse Moorman Jr is at homo from Chicago vvhero ho has been for several months He leaves this week for Louisville wheru he will remain till February Charley Owen Iennie Mattiugly Bmnett und Harris camped fished and hunted on Rough river a part of last week Fun and game were iu abuu dauce Clint Hiinsey near Leitchfild deliver- Â¬ ed thirty five head of good cattle to Rob Â¬ ertson Bros hero Saturday Mr Ram sey h a hustling farmer believes in prosperity nnd free bilver Miss Geoigia Robertson and her late Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J W GARTER Secretary Vkfcfcfc Excursion Rates by River and Railroad For privilicges apply to T A PEDLEY Mgr Owcnsboro For Premium List or other information apply to the Secretary DR G II TODD Prest tvwvwtviviiwvv OWENSBORO KY The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 200 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed room Offices and Dining room Beautifully DecJ ParlorH und Upper Halls ruted and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are witlio rate of charges considered a superior in the South guest Misn KaliuVallandinglinmoCar went to Leitclifield last for several dajs visiting From there Mifs Robertson will accompany Miss Vallauellnghara to herhome in Car- Â¬ roll county week rolton Kv Over 510000 havo been expended in this recent improvement RATES S2 AND 250 PER DAY J W Scott Miller HOLT Hit Oct In Owensboro Jr Manager I have beon requested to state the pol- Â¬ itical outlook here It is as far as I can learn as follows The Republicans are nearly all for MeKinley The DemoMary crats are nearly all for Bryan Careful inquiry reveals three bolters from Dem Â¬ ocracys ranks They are AV J Dean Â¬ School con- Â¬ Opens 5 Are You taining Head of Covsr 142 seeds sons Miss Klla Robertson was quite surpris Â¬ ed Friday evening when a party of friends tame in to spend tho time in lively talk and pleasant games It was Miss EUuh birthday The othor members of tho family know of tho coming surpriso nnd bountifully prepared a tempting dinner Tho occasion was enjoyed and all left wishing birthdays could be oftener than once a year A J Gross went to Louisville on business Saurdfiy Stewart and Dicks clover huller is at work in the bottom JIis3 Mary Holt is visiting her sister Mrs Giis Luckett Otvensboro Â¬ Afraid TO RBAD DOTH SIDES OF TUB QUESTION INTERESTS OP SOCIETY society Is Interested In this society Is alto Interested lu having laws that will prevent him destroying moro than ho is worth whllo ho Is securing his own Independence Our government Is tho Ustformof gov ernment known among men Why Our form of government is tho host form known among mon not Uvnuso every law is gcxxl not because wo have upon tha statute Ixxils every law needed to protect each cltUuii lu the enjoyment of his rights form of but our government Is tho government known among men localise It Is possible under our form of governmuut to have Just as good n government as tlm IKsiplu deserve Ours Is the Ust form of government bocnuso It Is posslhlu for tho Iieople to make It reflect tho bet Intelli gence tho hlghoxt vlrtuo and tho purest patriotism of all tho people Lot mo want you against confusing government with tho nhuscs of government Andrew Jackson said thnt thero were no thut its noeejsary evils in government ovIU oxUted only In Its abuses Ha was right my friends Thoru are no necessary evils In government nnd no man who un derstands the odvnntago of government will over raise his volco or hand agulnst government Itself It Is the abuse of government against wlilch wo havo a right to complain Thcro nro some who would silence overy criticism of existing law Thcro nro those who do nounco overy ono who advocates n chnngo M a disturber of thu public peace Thcro ro thoso who would cull Mm a dUiurbcr itWino lst We should remember that if wo go into winter with n summer cold on our lungs we are liable to have pneumonia about tho first snow or cold lain Dr Bells builds up and strengthens tho weak cords of human body air passages lungs and bronchial Better than cither is n healthy tubes that are strained and made sore liver If tho livor is 0 K tho by the winters blasts Its a tissue man is 0 K Ilia blood is kept builder and while thousands of chronic pure liis digestion porfect nnd ho cases are to day finding relief and can enjoy lifo and act intelligently strength from its uso millions of people and patiently upon tho questions were cured of coughs nnd colds and kept of tho day You all know what to stout by tho use of this remedy all tako 1 on havo known it for years through last winter It cures every Â¬ thing iu its line except consumption It is Simmons Liver Regulator and chronic cases of this dreaded malady find rest and comfort from Its use The genuine is made only by the K K Suth Â¬ erland Medicine Co Taducah Ky and sold by all dealers f I bottles hold five times and tho oOe size two and one fourth times as much as the -- c szi SILVER OR GOLD Albert Bautn found a head of clover this fall containing 142 seeds There will bo over an average crop of v beat sown in the Bottom this fall Allen and Forest Jennings of Clover Rev Mark Miner a Duukard minister of Deckers Point Fa says ho can recom- Â¬ peirt wc re horo Friday and Saturday Miss Einuin Riedel Is visiting friends mend Chamberlains Fain Balm to any Â¬ one In need of a good liniment and that iu Owensboro and will stay till after the he considers it thu best he has ever used fair uext weok Fain Balm is especially valuable for The apples are about all shipped from rheumatism lame back sprains swell- Â¬ this section Sixty cents a barrel being ing cuts bruises burns and scalds It the best price paid is one of the most remarkable medicines Scliool begins here next Monday Oct in existence and its effects will both sur- Â¬ 5 This makes the third term In succesprise and delight you For ealo at 23 sion for Irof Eugene GiUIIand at this aud 60 cents per bottle by A R Fisher place druggist M II Fontaine left Sunday for Grand Itapids Mich to work for the Kahlet BEWLEYVILLE AVhitesides Co commission merchants Â¬ The New York Journal is the on Metropolitan paper indorsing Bryan and Sewa and it daily publishes articles the leadine financiers of the counf on both sides of the question Silver versus Gold and alw M the masl Every broad minded man sho read it whether Republican It is progressive liberal espouses the cause of Â¬ RGULAT0 R havo found it of etorling worth It is nnd nlways has been put up Co only by J II Zoilin Tako nono but tho genuine It has tho Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper nnd nothing elso is tho Bamo and nothing bo good Â¬ For years you nnd your fathers Cut Rate Prices at Geo Drurys In order to reduce my stock I will for the next thirty days oiler many of the grandest bargains to the people ever shown in this part of the county In or- Â¬ der to change my business I am compell- Â¬ ed to reduce the stock of goods now on hand and in order to do bo aud to do it as quickly as possible I will cut the prices on shoes dry goods and everything In All sales stpek beyond competition will bo for spot cash or the equal in pro- Â¬ duce Alter September no goods will be sold on time at all dont ask it If you What Bothered Him want to buy goods at bed rock prices AiUneaCiiultuiion Respectfully I des cant git de run er dis heah 1 give me a call G K Dkuky nancial business said thu old colored voter All persons indebted to me will please Jlotheis you does It If you settle without further notice Yes sub kaso ell got ter voto six have a due bill against me payable in teen times fer one dollar I des ez well goods bring it in As a ttarler one lot go out de business en bo done wld it I Arbuckies colTee 18c Respectfully Louisville Ed Hiede of Louisville came down Sunday to spend a tew days with his pat- Â¬ ents Ho is oir from work a few days on account of a sore foot Dally Congressman John W Lewis Spring Â¬ field and candidate for re election in this distiict was among us a few hours last Monday He was tlio guest of W D Holt on Sunday i cent ovorywb Subscription for Ono Month Including Sunday - - - 40c Two Months and a Halt - 9 Send subscription to -- iningr The New York Journal NEW YO Democrat circulation Dspartmcnt Personal Free Cl pago medical reference book to any person allllcted with any special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex Address the leading phy- Â¬ sicians and Burgeons of the United States Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago You can always tell the flnaneial abili Â¬ ty of a sick man by watching the doctor if he is rich the doctor slta in his buggy with a driver in a fair fix he drives G K Drury Theio is a negro man iu this city who himself j if so so be rides horseback j if has uever been known to do a days An eye sore a soro eye or two eoro poor nnel uncertain the doctor can hear work since 1803 He says lie cant see eyes may bo cured by tho us of Suther- Â¬ him groan a mile off as he trudges slowly the uso of being free if he has to work lands Foigle Eye Salve 23c a tubo at on foot to his bedside Ilawesville all dealers Ilawesville liaindealer rialndealer ly nlifcliiWliflwiiiilrt IrmlninJut inttii r1iiHll mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmisn s gatawTTjai TiiiEMiriftr taij f jijia- Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair THE BRROKENRIDGH NEWS QLOYERPORT KY w jl Harrington with tho Sitigcr Sewing Machine Co of Louisville ar Â¬ rived In the city yesterday Patrick Teaff a prominent farmer who resides near Hardinsburg was In the city Thursday on business Alex Cummlngs Editor of tho Derby Ganio Bird was In the city Thursday and made a pleasant rail at this office Chas E Galllgan brick contractor from Cannelton was here Monday and secured tho contract for budding the new Presbyterian church on High street Work will commence this week An organ grinder and monkey struck tho town late yesterday evening grinding out all of tho lateH airs common to the organ grinder Tho tricks of the monkey together with tho music made many a hearty laugh como from the littlo girls and boys Tho season for fall millinery is now openiug in full blast in this city Before you purchase your fall millinery ap parel give tho Misses Calloway n call above Suzers storo They arti just fnm the city and give the very lattst in style and lowest in price Let the cold wave waft you down to our millinery ttore whero can be seen the latest most nobbiest line of fall milli nery consisting of walking hats sailor sailors with Tamothanter crown childrens Tamoshauters and all other conceivable styles that the Eaitern market ome and avoid tho rush could afford The seectlon is great Mrs II V Duncan Mr Charles Bron field of Ilopklw ville and Miss Annie Belle Cox of Cannelton Iud were married at the residence of the brldo yesterday morn- Â¬ ing The groom is un employee of the St Louis R It- - and is held in L II high esteem among his fellow workman The bride is the daughter of Dr J E Cox a former resident of this city and who enjoyed a lucrative practice while here They wero on the east bound train yesterday for Hopkinsville the home of the groom The Nuws wishes them success and happiness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oa II SNEAD Iron Moldors Union 10 GO Mrs J M iurk iiu mi y I AM Wsjsnsirni Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Â¬ aMmmmmmmmmmitmmmmm YOU WILL Withers Doesnt Improve Speaking Flag Raising Dance No 16 On tin VsIiots etc Miss Millie Sheerau Is on the sick HbL Mrs T M Withers who has been Blck for some tl mo wo are Borry to repoitts no better Mrs William ltliodes and Mitts Mag gie Rhodes Forks of Hough were here trading Inst Tut Bday Miss Dora McDanlel of McDaulels was tho guest of Miss Lore mi Mattingly Friday and Saturday Mlbs Bell Wheatly returned from IouIsvMIh last week with a beautiful line ol millinery goots Miss Hallie Beeler who Is attendli g the Breckenrldgo Normal College at Per Cent Cut by tho Above Firm CREAM - BAKING MOST The Firm Reminded of Incidents Pertinent to tho Situation better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liver and kindred diseases Prevention 1 NEED Sick Headache MORE LIGHT During the long i I 2 Z2Z PERFfiCT MADE Free Greed For Wealth and Not tho Roduction A from Ammonia pure Crape Cream of Taitnr Powiler Alum or any oilier adulterant Silvor Agitation Caused tho TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE Wintry Evenings 25 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 30 18S0 A Plain Statomont of Facts From Working Men WEDNE8DAY SEPTEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES New rolled onlB at Tolk Gregorys Tty Creole coffee at Polk Gregorys Mrs II V DunllltBCB Blcjcle caps can Dalnly caps for boys aud girls Sal IMPORTED LABOR Â¬ zers Oelno A Uro are paying slsty cents for The following letter and clipping in f regard to tho attempt to Intimidate the workmen in tho Snead A Co shops explain themselves much-talked-o- Office Ikon MoiimKs wheat Fresh groceries every day at Polk Gregorys Rev Donald Grant went to Louisville yesterday We can fit you with spectacles Short Hay nee Ed Hall of West Point was in the city Monday Mens heavy working shoes just ar Â¬ rived Sulzers Get your window glass and putty from Short Haynes Seo our lino of childrens schoolshoes just In Sulzers Ox blood polish for polishing all shades of red shoes Sulzers W W White of Millwood Ky was visiting friends here Sunday Aris Waiileld fireman on the LH W was in the city Sunday The rain for the past two or three days was a great help to the farmers Mrs II V Duncan the milliner is at her place of business with the new fall styles A J Kirst of Uannelton Iud was in the city Friday talking custom made clothes The American Tobacco Co received a car load of lumber to make hogshead last week There will be preaching at the Presby terian church next Sunday morning and evening at 7 HO Millinery and Dressmaking upper Main street above Sulz rs store The Misses Calloway managers Mr and Mih II 0 Brandenburg returned home last week and will take charge of the Cloverport Hotel How about a piece of oil cloth to go in front of the grate or under the stove We have a nice line Sulzers The hide market is firm and higher No 1 green salted 0 to 7 No 1 dry Hint 10 and 10 dry salted 8 anil 8J This week will be shown to the buying public something very new in ladies walking hats at Mrs II V Duncans Eugeue Kingsbury and J A Mayhall have the contract to repair Mrs J C Babbages dwelling on railroad Btreet Patties dt siring mention of their visi- Â¬ tors receptions etc if you will kindly send to this cilice it will be appreciated You know a lot about the goods you want to sell May be the public would like some of your knowledge Adver tise it A pretty face and a good bargain you remember always We mako an indeli- Â¬ ble Impression on every buyer Mrs II V Duncan the millinery Mr and Mrs O M Bullitt who have spent the summer in this city at their Font Hill residence will leave Friday for Louisville their winter quarters Mrs Wilmington White a returned missionary from China will lecture In the Presbyterian church Friday evening Oct 2 at 730 No spouses except usual collection The attendance of tlio Annual Meth Â¬ odist Conference which met in Hopkins villo last week was the largest ever known In history It being the Semi centenial session We have never yet been undersold and never intend to be we have bought goods at such low figures that wo can sell them at prices that will surprise even you Miller A Lightfoot Miss Elizabeth Skillman entortained froyally at tea Wednesday four hand Â¬ some young ladies Miss Addio G Ditto Alllene Murray Misses Louisville Margaret Bowmer and Mary Moorman Our claim is not that we are the only peqple In the business but that overy lady consults her own interest by care- Â¬ fully considering our prices and fair and square dealings Miller Lightfoot Sam L Sulzar of Cannelton Ind was in the city last week and made the fob lowing remark to a News representative If the stato of Ohio dont give McKlnley 200000 I will never voto the Republican ticket again Thero is no secret I in doing good business other than to have the Right apooda at the Right Prices these we claim to have and ask the opportunity of submitting them to your judgement Miller Lightfoot Dr J O Bush the well known dentist of Cannelton will bo at Hardinsburg to practice his profession October 5 0 7 8 and 0 If you need any dental work wait for him for he is the recognized dentist of the state Â¬ f- Ky Sept 36 1896 Sir Inctsed find u written by me In regard to the cut In wages by Snejd Co and which tie Courier Jturnsl and Louisville Commercial riuted to publish This is clipped from the New Era a labor paper published in this city If yu think this will htlp the cause which we all love so much any good pltasu have it puMlthtd Yours very KespecUully Mint Tynan Secretary Mclders Union No 16 To the Editor of The New Era tnlon No 16 Louisville lion I It Murray Dear printed copy of the article THE WHITE FEATHER Louisville Ky Aug 20 1890 Please give space in your valuable paper in an- Â¬ swer to the reduction in Snead Cos shops and its causes Mr Snead said it was caused by silver agitation and yet under all this silver agitation they have improved their plant at a cost of many thousands of dollars Mr Snead says he put oiT making a reduction when the Is What The Hon Charles Blanford other foundries did Now I would like to ask Mr Snead if they were not the Showed At Vine Grove Last first foundry to reduce wages more than Saturday Hon Gus Brown Dturccratic elector for the Fourth Congressional district and Hon Chas Blanford met at Vine Grove in Hardin county last Saturday It was Stanfords appointmentand Brown asked a division of time This Mr Blandford refused to grant The town was full of people an J they were anxious to hero the debate but Blanford and his counsellors steadfastly refused Mr Blandford saying that the State Committee had advised all Repub- Â¬ lican speakers to keep out of debate Many of Mr Browns friends wanted 1dm to speak any how but he was too much of a gentleman to interfere with Mr Stanfords arrangements unless that gentleman was gentlemanly enough to treat him with common courtesy Mr Brown has an appointment of his own at Vine Grove to morrow October 1st and Mr Blanford or any other Re publican is respectfully invited to dis- cuss the issue with him two years ago and if they did not tell some of their men that it was caused by the tariff agitation Mr Snead in his staUmeut says that most of his men wero brought up in tho shops and their aud the firms interest were identical But that did not prevent Mr Snead PERSONAL Geo Boyd was at home last week V II Burton was Id the city Monday D R Murray returned borne Sunday VO Babbage wai tn tbo city Monday Walter Smart went to Louisville- Sunday James lalllgan of Loulirllle wai In the elty Monday J B llerndon of Irvington was In tbo city last week Mrs II V Duncan returned from Louis- Â¬ ville Sunday night D M Duncan spent Saturday and Sunday here with hit best girl hichard bbellman of Stephensport was In the city Monday on business E 1 Taylor of Powers Station was in the city Friday on legal business Miss Pearl Ditto of Brandenburg is flitt Â¬ ing Air and Mrs J II Rowland Samuel h Bulier Sr of Louisville Is visit Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs Julius 0 Nolle James OurJtner and Dent Brown of Har- Â¬ dinsburg were In tbe oitj Saurday Mrs K M Oegory of New Albany Is visiting Mr and Mrs J D Qregory Jesse Owen representing Peasle daulbert Jt Co of Louisville was here last week A D Clark and wife Cannelton Ind wero registered at tbe Cloverport ho el last week Miss Vanda Cirton alter a three weeks stay with friends in Owensboro returned Monday Felix Kerrlck and Herbert Beard of Har- Â¬ Institute dinsburg attended tbe Teachers here Saturday Miss Lafayette Lallelst who has been in Louisville fur two weeks or more returned while taking a pleasure trip iu Europe bringing molders from Scotland to take his old employes places Was this Now as to caused by silvor agitation what Mr Snead says about other found- Â¬ If lie has re- Â¬ ries making a reduction ferred to the stone foundrlep I will state that they replaced tho cut last fall and furthermore they are not in competition with him Mr Snead has nut replaced his cut of two years ago notwitl standing he worked his men day and night all of last fall I would also ask Mr Snead if silver agitation is the cause of him working Ills men in the foundry department from a half hour to an hour over lime with- Â¬ out extra pay Thoy also claim that the reduction was made to reduce expenses so they could secure work and in the same statement thoy say there iu no work in the market I would like to know what good it will do Snead Co or his employes to cut wag s when he has no work for them 7 The Snead Company taja they cannot compete with other manufacturers in the same branch of business I would like to know the reaton I am in a position to knew that ho does not pay his employes within 20 per cent as much as other foundries in this country in diroct competition with him Now Mr Snead be honett with your employes and tho public and put tho blame where it belongs Not to the silver agitation but to the greed of Snead fi Co for wealth By order of Iron Molders Union No 10 Mike Tynan Secy Â¬ Saturday night Miss Mattie Crooket ad Miss Sallie Hughes Avers Landing spent last Saturday with Mr and Mrs Leon Mcllavock Miss Addie 0 Ditto aftir a pleasant stay of several weed win her titer Mrs J D Babbage returned to Louisville her borne Friday Misses EBie Let Logan of Frlars Point Miss and Fanny Hurst of Tioy Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs J U Logsn tbeir re latlvea Wont Keep Open The merchants of this city will cose their place of budnessat 730 oclock beginning Oct 1st and remaining until May 1st 1807 Glovkri ort Ky Sept 17 1800 We the undersigned merchants of Clover port Ky agree to close our places of business at 7 HO PM standard time each day except Saturday from Oct 1st 1807 except during 1810 to May 1st the month of December 1800 and except pay nights Ww Vest A Sous W H Bowmer A Son Jno Babbage Folk Gregory Payne Co F N DHuy I F Fralre Smart Co J O Nolle Assignee - lalli tlfUtW N cCu ojsaoi3LXA ROYAL Baking Powder llM THT Highest of alt la levtalag VBOovTnmtBtffeoti I MirtaZth Arnold va Buren Paynksviixe Ky Sept 24 1890 Mn Editor From Aug 17th to Sept Oth Mr Bureu was falsely and maliciously misrepresented in tho Louisville Commercial by one traveling man and ho knew it too Still he allowed his good name to bo maligned and circulated nmong strangers for almost four weeks and never once raised his voice in de Â¬ fense but when the home paper and home folks begin to talk he rushes iu and denounces the accusation as false Why dldnt you coras filso can be rect tills sooner 7 You had throe weeks in which to deny this false accusation and you was as muto as an ojster It looks very much like you wero willing to be misrepresented by a Republican and among strangers hut never no never by a Democrat and in your own county too I suppose the r ason you didnt kick sooner was because the accusation was in a Republican sheet and would not be believed but of course you knew when it appeared In a real Democrat paper that the peoplo would read and believe Now Mr Buren you know that I did not make the accusatlo n which of course Is fulse The readers of the Nuws know it if you do not I stated that it was in anothr paper and if you wll examine the Louisville Commercial Aug 17th you will find who made it You ought to thank me for recalling your attention to it You were so busy that the letter slipped by unnoticed and undented You now stand corrected and your friends and acquaintances know you uavrr made any such a threat I think you are partially indebted to my article for an opportunity to corrrct that accusation Ifono has to b born with a silver spoon In his mouth to be of the higher stratum then I do not claim have the con- Â¬ to be of your stratum solation of voting for tun regular Demo crat nominee II you vote lor raimer youll have the consolation ol helplntr Which will you take the Republican Â¬ Â¬ W B Arnold Hardinsburg spent Sunday with her IRVINGTON pad nts Mr and Mrs J 1 Heeler Alfrtd Ileslon Charlie Hook John Haswell Tay lor Tate Uennlonnd Charllo Mis Schweitzer Returns to Louisville Wo hac a desirable line of Parlor and Vase Lamps Sheeran Misses Iorena Mattingly Dora Water Struck at a Depth of Handy ones for Household use Let us fit you up McDanlel and Ella Dillon attended the ty v 150 Feet dance at Miss Flora Wheatleys from with a good light B here Saturday night All report a pleas Dr Owen of Cloverport was in town ant time one day last week Saturday morning as early as 8 oclock Mrs Elizi Jolly of Hunlimhurg was people began to come In on all roads to see the lltg ralsed as was stated In your in town last week Sr o J ml like the ones in our Window for Winter paper last week A great many came as Jim Bratnleltes house on Otk street m Ilmts Two Vases go together the outside far as eight to fifteen miles The pole is about completed ones highly decorated Just the thing aw was raised at 10 oclock and it was a Miss May Claycomb has secured a to pot your tlower in for beauty white as chalk aud stands ono music class at Garfield hundred and twenty feet high bo after Winter Z Nick Nethertou is hack after a visit to the pole was secured they all made pre- Â¬ his parents at Leitchfield parations for dinner and at 1 SO oclock J M Jolly aud HDns Morris aud Ixswls tho crowd had swelled its number to near 700 people The Hag was twenty wore in tho city lest week Brother Smith filled his usual ap g- - For winter wont you need some Oil Cloth or Pretty Rugs feet long and twelve feet wide and was g made by Misses Bell Wheatloy aud pointment at the Baptist church Sunday or perhaps a new Carpet to cheer the room for g- I orena Mattingly for which they receiv- Â¬ Several iu the cummuuity nt tenth d the dark days ed many compliments for from the the Southern Methodist Conference at g audience and at 2 oclock p m the an- Â¬ Hopkinsville nouncement that the Hag was to be E Mrs Nannie Henderson after a pleas raised the crowd began to gather in the ant visit Iu Louisville has returned grove to witness the raising of the flag home it was not bo much to see tho raising of m G A Hendries mother has been wlih I J C NOLTK Assignee y the Hag but tho name of W J Bryan him the last week and his father also 10 to 1 that was shining in silver on it spent the day Sunday Cheer after cheer echoed and re echoed Miss Iteo Washington who has been for the boy orator after cheering was visiting her sister Mrs Harry Major Hag announcement was over at the made for speaking iu another grove Louisville canty home Saturday Littlo Lamar Gardner who has been where they had Beats prepared Every one came to the grove and arranged ill at his grandmothers for some time GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS is improving wo are glad to know themselves for the speaker For the Sale of Country Produce The first speech was made by Mr J If tho weather permits Ihe Farmers Sr ltelerences Germ in Hank Western Rink Fidelity Trust Company II Lennin who held his audienco spell Club hope to have a few more pleasaut fii9tlmnll0tli IOIISVIIIE KV Jil WfktJIarWtStiift bound for hours on the money question games before they abandon for this seaand why he stood where he did to day son he gave them strong pointers the cause Tho soronaderj wero out one day last of hard times and what it would be if week Their music was very sweet nud McKinley was elected Every one was very much enjoyed by all who heard G olcl highly pleased with his speech for them And Every Sensible Practical and Economical Man Favors he proved out all of his points as he Services were not held at Ml Merrino went along and warned them not to tttTK t Sunday as ubuhI on account of Father allow gold dust blowed in their eyes LljJj if d Carrol being witli his father who is very 3 but go on and cast their ballot for the yiItFiv IlVN St i v if man that will liberate you for bondage ill at Boston Mass J vj P G Bryan agent for ho firm BaldW J Bryan great applause calls for Judge N O Mercer the Judgo came up win Company was with us Wednes Â¬ in his good looks and began as if he was day night and conducted prayer meet now cnly 3 j Jodoi ladies black and striped hore good quality only to say a few words but minutes ing at tho M E church South 50 pes leniin liwn tlie price v2c at jc Hew like seconds and he held his audi Â¬ John W Lewis and private secretary r lot ol crash tuw uiin at 3C Urnt forget we handle all kinds of school supplies at Ask for our Mrung Susptmler at 9c pair ence tor one and one half hours he Mr Johnson II N Miller of Hardins lowost prices rllr jing lusivy smmtess ruckiit touched the money question on the start burg and Jell Jolly were entertained by Uhu curtains it nc 50c ftw 75c worth iloiihlu prico A nice line lades button shoes with tlpsnt 75c Se und Jl 9 Must In seen to he appreciated give some pointers on the Republican It M Jolly ami wife Monday evening Wool filling tltlfie worth isc only lc ld nt 351-- close We cany the I iruust line of Mens and lioys cloth Iniiiortod duck slurliiiKs and suiiings Ccts lollars then quoted some points Mrs Lium Moorman of Webster ing in this inrt cl the country We have some them out at 15c that J V Lewis made in his speech at died Wednesday night after a long and at SCjS JJ4S 1nst color red Dairnsk nice patterns at lye shlstwice the money and 9S Goods Hardinsburg on the tariir free wool he severe illness Tho renuUiiB were interred iohI ult linen towels loc wotth irey llinkusat Cijc 90c jl i give an illustration on prottcliou and in the family burying ground near Big rtri huavy cotton worth 5c lit c White baukcts 7SC goc tio Illimh cotton nice smooth goods worth 7c at 5c what protective tariir does for the labor- Â¬ Springs newest We have jut added a grocery department and will A big lino of ladits Mack drm sJd ing man who is bent filed by protection Jell every thing In this line at rock bottom prices Charles IUdman of this place and wcates and lowest prices which he delt them some of his sledge brother Mr Allen of Cloverpnt bl irking brush ice went All of our 1175c uiul 6uc slippers unit Oxfjrd tins A Roodcalico best Indigo His illustration on the Iia IHfTnrllluD flit lliuic tl lmnlu H ttttmm quality hammer blows t5C Mens ball ihoes the yjott we oer had at JJc Just leielved a lull line of ladies capes to move tariirwas plain and easy to comprehend Uenmn enthudastic on the Aliljo fi and 75c thitt uaitts at 8o them quick at i 35 a blind man could se through it he subject and would like to organlzo a gave the Republicans and the McKinley Cycle Club If you dont see what you want ask for it We have it and at the aid society a blow about the Democrats Miss Schweitzer of Louisville who riht Price We invite you to call and see us wanting to repudiate the public debts G and proved out who was repudiating has spent tho summer at the beautiful GO and closed out his speech by saying for home of Dr Franks has gone back to BRANDENBURC KY the city She was quite a favorite and them Democrats go hand in hand and shoulder to shoulder and well sweep we hope to sse her with us ag dn beforo Hon J W Lewis spoke hero Thurs a great while Miraes LoIIIh iinil ISzzto Kinkntil ac Â¬ the face of the earth for W J Bryan Mr Wood Wand all of day to a large and nttentivo audience Before a great whilo Die Bay View companied great applause cheer aft r cheer went Society will orgauza again and we hope Klizibothtowu visited Clytles Miss Atl While not a few oppose him politically up for Bryan Judge Board was seen in tho audience to have all our old members and as many tlio Knglish anil tho Misses Kurlz Friday they are ever ready to hear both sides discussed and loud call and continued call for new ones bb we can It is both enter Â¬ nud Saturday taining and beneficial aud any ono who Miss Sue Uhodes gave a dance Satur Â¬ from J 1 Board to take the stand Ho did not Alter ringing speeches go to the stand as he was not feeling well takes tho course we are sure will feol Stuvwut and II O Htdilock n free silver day evening in honor of her friend ami and responded to the call where he was paid for their time and labor club was organlz M nt Clilton Tuesday teacher Mits Julia Coonis Kverybody sitting he said that he was no speaker After borelng for several weeks nud with a largo membership and by tho enjoyed the time spent nnd return and as they had two spoakers he would going to tho depth of 150 feet water whs way Col J M Fitch is ono of tho most thauVs to Misi Sue for a delightful even lug not act as uu exhorter and rounded up struck which rises twenty feet iu the ardent advocates of tho cause his nice little talk by saying that Hon well Tho citijns arc to be congratulated Misses Mattie and Maggio Mattingly DlhD Mrs Laura widow of Alanson J W Lewis was calling the Democrats on their uood fortune for after a school Moreman after eight weeks illness ami Wilt Mattingly loug Lick Wallace Popocrats and that tho Popocrats elected house thero h nothing tho tiwn was in passed peacefully away last Wednesday Medley Flaherty Charllo Hook and All him Lewis two years ago and now tho greater need of It is to he hnpad that evening peifectly resigned to death Hexton Ilardiushurg were tho pleasant Popocrats were going to beat him worse they will bo encouraged by their succsi Shu admonished all lo meet her iu visitors of Misses Lissle and Dora Mc Â¬ than any man that ever run in the dis- Â¬ and that the next improvement will be heaven Her retiiaius were laid to test Danlel Saturday night and Sunday trict walk side by side and we will let a school building hesidu her husband iu tho family bury Wo must enter a protest against the him down on the 3rd of Novomber ing ground near Hlg Spring Uaptist church being used as a political closed the pleasant von applause this hall It Is a shame to the community to In gat Kirk and every one went home WEBSTER McDANIELS well pi east d turn the house of Cod into a rostrum for politicians and office seekers Wo hope A Call for Gus Brown to Speak Mlts Ella Trimbles Common Seme Churn Btich has been dono for the last time Dr R II MoMullen and Miss Ivy Beau F Fralzo is my agent In this city Kurlz In Louisville Free Silver Club Dr It II McMullen oud Miss Ivy champ wero Married Wednesday He will Leave your orders with him Organized Mn Moreman Dead Deauehamp wero married Sept 23rd at Sept 23 attoud to them and fill them promptly tho homo of the brides parents Mr aud II MutKsiiniuiY Agent Hurrah for fir mi aud fr e silver Mrs Clint Ueauchamp As we have Brecknnridgo County Opposed to tho llouso or God Being Turned Arthur Mattingly Sample was here not learned the particulars wo can only Into a Political Hall Danoe Messrs Clinton and Willett of Louis- Â¬ Sunday make tho announcement and extend ville are here painting ten box cars of Other News congratulations to the happy couple Wo would like to have tho lion Otis St Louis It It with the Brown to address us 011 the political issue tbe L II Thoy have taken rooms for the present American Tobacco Co battle ax sign of the day Miss Clam Cannon Long Lick visited with Mrs V E Dockery While hero they will paint a sign for Miss Ella Kurlz is spending several her aunt Mrs V T Cannon Sunday Dr Cartlago local surgeon of the L H O Brandenburg proprietor of the weeks In Louisville receiving musical Deputy Sheriff Frank Jarboo was a II it St Louis It It at Louisville was Cloverport Hotel instruction guest at Mr W J McDanlels Thursday called to this city yesterday and was in consultation with Dr Watkins who is night Dolph Board aud mother of HardinsMrs Anna Gage wife of burg visited Mrs IJue Heuderson sev- Â¬ Mrs Ijuira Jarboe and children re Â¬ surgeon at this i laco in regard to the Deputy U S Marshal eral days last week turned Ihursday from a plemant visit to broken leg of Frank Knglish which has kept him conlluod to his lod for eomo Dick Claycomb and Harry Norton at Cloverport Columbus Kan saysi Sheriff Pate aud Allen Kincheloe were weeks They say that the young mans tended Charley Drurys stock sale at leg will not have to bo amputated I waa delivered Bewleyville Saturday hero Thursday from Hardltieburgtohear of TWINS In T B Henderson attended tbe Anuual the speaking less than 20 min Â¬ Conference of the M E church last Miss Dora McDattul spent several utes and with week at Hopkinsville days of last week at Kirk the guest of scarcely Ffty paiu Mlsa Lorena Mattingly During a third of a century Misses Lulu Coleman and Lena Ma after Uibig- only has never failed to drive out theny went to Liulsvllle Saturday to The many friends of Alf lies ton were of ttvobot JM all blood impurities pleased to seo his smiling faco at the visit their aunt Mrs II Q Stewart MOTHERS of the Heuderson ilauce Saturday night Abe Skillman bridge craw and Mies Bessie Mays nf MrsSuo Mercer and pretty Miss Mabel Certain cure for scrofula pimples Cloverport vlalted their parents here Cliauibllss of Itock Vale are the guests FRIEND boils in fact the time tested spring of Mr anil Mrs Sam Parsons Sunday medicine Sold by druggists and SID NOT SOTFEKATTERWAHD mcrcnants everywhere The Clifton Mills string hand comprised The sick are all improving except our of ttlmH nrsntb7 Exprai orBook onTO JUOTUfciUs of six Instruments came up Saturday clover merchant O J Jarboe whom we pr STe im kUU utiiTO night and teronaded the town making regret to say is in a very low state of ATUXtt 61 BKIBFIELB BBOUUTOB CO some moat excellent music DBC6CU8TS health SOLD BY FOR YOUR INSPECTION f Â¬ PRETTY FLOWER VASES ZS ZS tx b In Cleaning Up House H THEN COME TO US gP Cl J S r fT J M NEHAN CO J lni Â¬ Silver Men favor Bryan Men favor McKinley Sl IIUA -- The Bargain Providers 9t Â¬ Â¬ C Lr EO YEAKEL Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ WINTERSMITHS The Time Tested SARSAPARILLA rnt - s iU rw11 8 Highest of all In Leavening rower Latest U S Govt Report ww THH BRROKENRIDGH Rol Breckenridge News Â¬ Balking Powder ABSOLUTELY PLTE Tills in a won Â¬ changed slnco then drous sample of tho logic It may be tho la in the noId monemetidliu WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER no 1890 best there pantry but It is meagre fanynlghty elim picking indeed for tho party of liberty A progress aud loasted intelligence WHAT AUTHORITY few years ago James G Blaine stoutly declared his belief that Congrefs did not possess the constitutional right to Have You Mr Carlisle Asks Sena- - demonetize either ono of the piecious tor Stewart metals Perhaps some one of tho an- Â¬ cient history dlalectitiaiis will up and bIiow that times have changed in n For Saying Silver Dollan Aro Re way and manner dheotly affecting that Tho Juurnal legal deemed in Gold T A Question pronouncement would like to eee it done This paper Which Millions of is Repulican It has always been Re- Â¬ publican It proposes to remain Repub Voters Are Interested In Having the lican but It will not defend Republican Secretary Answer ism when Republicanism tries to pervert truth and justice Nothing would give Senator Henry M Stewart last Satur it more pleasure consequently than to day addressed the following letter to the see this ancient history theory hold water In what way then have times Secretary ol Um Treasury aud tilings changed bo that it may fair United States Senate ly be held of James 0 Blaine that were Washington 1 C Sent ID 1MHJ of ho living to day he would have to alti r Hon John G Carlisle Secretary the Traesury Sir In a letter copied or withdraw his opinion Has Congrets and published in the public press by been given more constitutional mithot Has any one heard of ity since theu you Sept 12th from Bar Harbor Me to Mr James 1 Helm of Louisville Ky it V Men of botli political parties op Â¬ there is recited therein as follows to ponents of Blaiue like tx Attorney General Garland and Senator Morgan wit Whenever the Secretary of the Treas have always held as he did and do so ury shall be satisfied that the silver dol- Â¬ now Both of tho gentlemen last named lar cannot be kept equal in purchasing gave digests of the far famed silver brick power with the gold dollar except by case from the standpoint of constitutionreceiving it in exchange for the gold al lawyers and one of them was enough dollar when such exchange is demand of an authority it eeems to justify his ed it will bo his duty to adopt that selection by a Republican President to defend the Behring Sea claims of the course 1 If you are correctly reported in United States during the international tho above extract from said letter then inquiry James G Blaine was of the and in that event I will thank you to opinion that the silver dollar was stricken refer me to the authority of the law un- down in 1S73 with out his knowledge as a der and by which tilt Secretary of the member of Congress Have times chang Treasury could and would exchange sil- ed sue i a way as to emasculate that testimony of truth It may be of course ver dollars for gold dollars chang 2 Would silver dollars so exchanged that judged by the Btandard of Republicanism James G for gold dollars be reissued for gold dol- ed times lars upon demand therefor and under Blaine was a Congressional nonentity conditions similar to those existing at who did not know what was done right said first exchange aud if so would said under his note Robert GitFen of Lonexchange be kept up as frequently as don and his confidant John Sherman silver dollars were presented for ex Â¬ of Ohio both say that all who were change for gold dollars and under like really interested knew all about the Mr Blaine conditions if so please refer me to au- Â¬ enactment in question thority of the law under and by which not being interested does not appear such reserve and exchange would be to have shared their confidence Have so made and continued times changed so as to obliterate thesu 3 I wilt also thank you to inform me facts A few years ago William Mcho gold would be euplied to the treas Â¬ Kinley voted for the free and unlimited ury to maintain and continue such ex- Â¬ coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 votchange of gold dollars for silver dollar ed for the Sauley Matthews resolution anil alto to refer me to the authority of making grains of silver in the form the law for procurine securing and of a dollar then worth 1cm as bullion maintaining in the treasury adttiate than as coined money payment as its and sutlieient in iianity for making utamped value priniipil aud interest of repeating and continuing such ex Government bonds In what tense have change times or things changed to clear the You stated in your circular of July skirts of William McKinley today of 1st WO entitled Information Respect It can only be said in inconsistency ing United States Bomb Papers Cur this connection that the bullion value of rency Coin etc that gold coin and the silver dollsr has fallen and he who standard silver dollars being standard wouiu urge it in payment ol del ts is coins f the Uuited States are not re Â¬ simply a repudiator and scoundrel a deemable typical process in platform reasoning Wl at new law or statute have you But in what way does this relieve Mr diwov ied since the publication of your McKinley He voted for free coinage pampl let of the first of July last or when the bullion value of the dollar was what new orders have you received less than its coin value The diffeience which do not appear in the statute was not so great as at present Doei the I am anxious to ascertain what vindication hnng on that difference books inspin d your offer to exchange gold for When the Stanley Matthews resolution silver dollars and silvercertificates Are obtained William McKinleys vote tlu tlu re though options to redeem green average bullion value of the silver dol backs ami treasurer notes in gold and sil- Â¬ larwas SU cents The average bullion ver to surrender to gold gamblers de value of the silver dollar this year is mandiig gold to furnish you excuses for say UO cents If the mau who proposes tho sa of the United States bonds Do free coinage remonetization now is a you iit tnil to sell bonds enough before repudiatorand scoundrel in whcli does your t tm of ollice expires to buy gold he differ from the man who proposed to red in not only the treasury notes free coinage remonetzation in 1S7S in and g -- enbacks but also to redeem the kind or degree only Have times and silver ollara and silver certificates now things chaugtd 60 that the man wro ouUta ding I know that you will not steals forty cents worth of bread to pave ishue bonds under any circumstance un- Â¬ his family from starvation is a thief til aftT election The time for issuing while the man who steals eleven cents live or six hundred millions bonds will worth of bread in the same way for the bo very short after the 3rd of November same cause may by any reasonable pro before your power in that respect will cess of whitewashing be deemed an termirate For what ptirposp then honest man If it be dishonor if it be have jou made this oiler to gold gam repudiation if it be anarchy to propose blers at this particular time Was is free coinage now it was all three when for the purpose of restoring confidence William McKinley voted for free coin in your ability at this particular time age in Congress If William McKinley Wasitfor the purpose of including the was an honorable patriotic American Rothschild combination to invest larga citizen trying by his vote to wipe out sums of money to buy votes for McKinley the stain of an iniquitous wrong then in order that they may continue to enjoy tho bounties which a gold administration confers on its friends without regard to residence or nationality Yours re- Â¬ spectfully Win M Stewart Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the man who Advocates the same policy to day Is just as honorable and patri otic every whit I The fact that the stain haa spread that Its coutniiilnBtlon Aro features peculiar to ITootVs rills Bmall In befouls uyen Republican National policy one man that Us effecU have widened deepened size tasteless efficient thorough As become more hldioiis In i llVrt still and It Is the nam i slain and the change in in quantity only not quality And n sorry mess are the Republican bosses of said t You neter know you 1810 mailing of the educational prestige havo taken a pill till It Is nil of tho party Ropudicatlon of Blaine over 25c C 1 Hood St Co Lngan Grant and even by Candidate Proprietors Lowell Mass McKinley of Congressman McKinley Tho only pills to tako with Hoods Sarsaparilla lilmnelf Is fine fat frying in which to see The first There Is no sum remedy the public Tills is a campaign of educahen caught at it should bo killed Somo tion with n vengeance The Republican smear the bare places with tar and otl es bosses need n text book of logic trim tho edges of the upper and lower The sense of security against sudden mandibles bo that tho bens cannot hold Others separate them con- Â¬ emergencies from croup aud bronchitlp a feather fining them for two weekp The cheap felt by thoso who aro provided with a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral would est proventlyo is to keep the hens at be cheaply purchased at ten times the work but as a euro is difiirult it Is best cost of that remedy In all lung com- to Bend them to market ntiri b gin anew Farm Poultry plaints it is prompt to act and suro to cure The Worlds Silver Coinage Easy NEVWS to Take to Operate OLOYRRPORT KY Hoods Pills WE PAY THE FREIGHT FOR 200 MILES a SEE nraavaaanstsma Tho point about this oiler h ono Hint every Â¬ saBBamsuamBt body who over bought Furnlturo or Carpets in Louisville nnd had tho goods chipped homo in tho country will easily soo item purchaser in OUIt FAVOIt woro But Its ft big n an Horn BIG ENOUGH to inllucnco thero no OTHER reasons theres ONE MORE Wo nek Wo aro Its this Wo sell goods an COMMISSION os AGENTS for the FACTORIES consignments POINT TJ3E no profits over tho factory prices continuously handling Bomo of all Â¬ Â¬ ON classes of goods of tho finest merchan- Â¬ NELLIE New Vork Financial Newt The Only One There is no use taking pills or purgatives to cure the chills Dr Bells PepÂ¬ permint Chill Tonic cures them by itself It does more than that too it gives you a new dresa on the inside It tones you up and makes you strong It makes you feel some account Sold on n guarantee Â¬ To Stand the Test Rev William Copp whoso father was a phvsiciau for over fifty jears in New Jersey and who himself hpent many jears preparing for tho practice of medicine but subse quently entered the ministry of tho 1 am glad M U Church writes had analyzed nil tho sarxaparilla prepara thins known in tho to testify thatlhavo Face the Music There is no man more to be pitied in this campaign of education than the blind political partisan who cannot face the music The Journal has for some little timo been engaged in the edify Â¬ ing occupation of reproducing the monetary views of the most erudite states Â¬ men that Republicanism has brought forth It is almost needlesj to remark that these opinions aro one and all Hat contradictions of the Mark Hanna fin- Â¬ ancial platform As the man has not yet seen sunlight who can successfully impeach the quotations tho hard driven political partisn is pushed to the ex Â¬ tremity of declaring that things have Â¬ Peoria Journal m CI trade hut AYERS ris tho only ono of that I could recommend as a lilonri given aw av hundreds of bottles of oiiMiler It the safest as well it is i s the Im t to be had Wm Corp Iist irM FCIiiirili Jackson Minn iiurifierIliive Ja U sS show Royal Baking Powder wtptrlor to all others dovt Reports IYERS t THE ONLY WORLDS PAIS When in doubt ask for Ayers Pills S a rs a pa rill a The country coining the largest amount Will Take The Stump For Bryan of silver In 1893 was Mexico witli a coin Â¬ age of 24832300 followed closely by She is a Democrat And a Japan with a coinage of 2iS83o00 Good Talker next comes China with 82533 10 Spain 71109500 Great Britian Ti82115l WAS B RN IN CANNELTON United States 5098000 Austria-Hun-gar5299000 Peru 1073000 Rus One of the latest accessions to the list J sia 3551000 Ecuador 2500000 Ger of campaign orators is Mls4 Nellie G many 820010 Robinson of Cincinnati who has The silver coinage executed by Great just been admitted to the bar Britain during the year for her colonies The New York lournal tells the fol- was For Canada 1158030 for Hong lowing story Kong 2200000 for Straita Settle ments Miss Robitisou was Lorn in Cannelton 150000 a total of 3808130 Ind She went thence when sixteen Prance coined for Hindoo China years old to Cincinnati where she stud- Â¬ 092000 in silver and for Morocco 353 ied law For three years she bad prac 000 ticed her profession before the Ohio bar During the year 1S93 the United States In 1S93 she applied to Govenor Me Kin recoined tho largest amount of silver ley for a commission as notary Here namely 1850000 followed by Austra fused on the ground that the State lan Hungary with a coinage of 3318500 says that only electors may be notaries England 2100000 Germany 1820 Nellie contended that she was an elector 000 Russia 012500 India IS500 according to the law of Wl which gives The coinage of silver dollars by the women the right to vote at school elec- Â¬ Uuited States from 1792 to 1873 aggre Â¬ tions Sie then applied to tho supreme gated 8031233 only court of Ohio and to the supreme court The worlds product of silver during of the United States hut failed to obtain 1893 is estimated to havo been 220000 recognition 000 The amount of bullion used in the When Miss Robinson who intends to coinage so far as known was 100009 practice her professon hi this city 000 aud from reports received from called upon Mr St John and voluntwelve countries the amount used in the teered her services as a campaign speak Â¬ industrial arts was 12000000 while the er she at once made a favorable impress- exports to the East amounted to 37500 ion 000 making the total disposition of the Bu is your voice strong enough to worlds silver product for 1S95 so far as address a largo audience known he asked 179509000 wliieh woud leave Certainly she replied I dont be 10110000 for coinage and ute in the lieve in ranting aud roaring arts by the countries from which no re Â¬ Women usually want to talk too long ports have been received hinted the Democratic Treasurer I shall not It is not unusual for druggists to rec replied Nellie postively I have had enoigh experience talking ommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their customers Mauy of them have to men to know when to stop Mr St John told Nellie he would be used it themselves or in their families nnd know from personal experience its very gad to accept her services Why did you come to New York1 great value in the treatment of coughs colds anil croup They know too thnt Nellie was asked Because everybody comes here who their customers are their best friends is ambitious I think merit is recog Â¬ and naturally wish to givo them the nized and appreciated here in a woman most reliable medicine they havo fir Msrs Daugherty jut the same as in a man Besides I those ailments wasnt treated fairly in the notary mat Â¬ Bros prominent druggists of Indiana Pa say Wo sell more of Chamberlains ter by tire courts of Ohio Cough Remedy than of any other cough Are you a Democrat Im for Bryan because he is honest syrup and always take pleasure in recMr and is working for the interest of the ommending it to our customers toilers Im against corporation lawyers H M Urey the popular druggist at Fre trusts and monopolies Im against Mc- Â¬ donia Pa who has sold Chamber Kinley because he is backed by a syndi lains Cough Remedy for several I can truly say that it cate and for other reasons Im for the years eajs Democratic ticket because tho platform is the best cough medicine in the marFor sale at 25 and 50 cents per offers hope while the Republican plat- Â¬ ket form offers nothing Im going to speak bottle by A It Eisber druggist for Bryan and Im sorry I cant vote for Political Notes him The farmers of flio country received Neilie is a good talker She under stands that she has a big contract before S383303338 lot for their trlieat corn her in making herself felt in the metro- Â¬ potatoes T barley and buckwheat In 189 than thoy did for the nine producU polis but she declares she is prepared to In 1880 In other worrit they hid urarly make a spirited fight She has determin 8100000000 leu to spend or One to pay tiou written all over her face off their morlcajcet last year than they had IS year agi from the shrinkage In thete Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic cropt alone Can any one iruuder that cures chills permanently A sure appe- Â¬ timet are hard except to the money deal tizer A perfect blood purifier A com- Â¬ ers If there he inch n Rlcanilc lott In plete strengthened Dr Bells Pepper- the cate of thete product the lout to the farmer from hit entire products will mint Chill Tonic will giye color to the amount to luore than 9800000030 which face and change that sallow complexion woalri otlierwUn be circulating tmoue to a healthful rosy hue It corrects dis the retail merchantt of the country aud In order of the stomach and aids digestion every other avenue of trade Overcomes nervous depression and low Tho value of farm prodnctt of the conn spirits It will restore exhausted nnd try hate been reduced about 8800000000 nursing mothers to full strength and en- Â¬ per annum during the pant IS years Thut ergy aud makes children fat as pigs the farmer buyt that much lent from the country stores the country storekeeper Guaranteed reduret lilt order to the city merchant anil the city merchant ceatea to buy from YARDED HENS the manufacturer The consequences are When the hens have their Liberty fewer employees more enforced Iriteneit they will not only have more exercise and lets capacity tu consume on the part but also secure a portion of their food of tho artUau as well at the farmer The point will be to learn how not to All valuet Including the value of money feed that is how to avoid giving to depend upon the law of tupply and de Â¬ much Poultry men aro usually kind to mand The principle of that law It that their hens when they take an interest scarcity lucrcuet the value of the thine and pleasure in poultry and cannot re Â¬ Abundance decreatet the value of tho sist the tho temptation to feed them thine If money It dear scarce all other Value measured by It are correspondingly more than should be given and they fail cheapened If money It cheap plentiful to make a distinction between hens in all other valuet measured by It are cor confinement and thoso having a range respoudlucly enhanced By observing the lock it will be easy to If I were a cltlsen of the United judge of the requirements of the hens States I should go about with 10 to 1 If they should have been able to pick up bailees all over me I believe that If the a large share of food they will have full system were glteu fair play the United crops or partially so and they might state It big euouch rich enough and havo eaten aud digested quite a quantity strong enough to maintain the par of ex during the day consequently the meal change alone and to settlo the ratio for world W II Orenrell President of at night should be light nothing being the lUmeUlllo League the England given them in the morning Ex Goveruor Flower It in re that money Feather pulling is a subject that haa It cheap enough because the rate of Â¬ been frequently discussed and is open est It let today than It was ten yearsInter ago for more information at all times from He doet not know that the reason for a those who have experimented in that lower Interest I because the borrower can Â¬ is usually the result of not use It profitably In productive chan Â¬ It direction confinement aud idleness It was once nels when price are constantly falling Bupiosed that lack of some kind of food Cold It no longer actually money It l caused the hens to pull featerp but it not circulating It doe not figure at has been found that hens kept uuderall money but a a tpeculatlve commodity They nearly al Â¬ locked op aud cornered to force a furl bar conditions are guiity ways begin by pulling feathers from tho rise In lit purtly speculative value One hen starts the neck of the male No platform ever written by m national habit and the others soon learn Then party In the United State ever said that the hens begin to pull feathers from one the gold standard was a good thing They caunot produco now another feathers and eggs at the same time and Til fu a flock of feather pullets are therefore si ll allt im TW7 rutin unprofitable r y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BBanXBaBiaBBaCaaaflBBeaBSBa FURNITURE CARPETS dise on earth and some of tho cheapest which have been put into our hands for IM- Â¬ MEDIATE SALE at whatever prices you are wiliiDg to pay for them In such cases tho purchasers got tho ENTIRE BENEFIT and tho factories stand WAY OF BUYING tho loss TRY THIS ET CETERA When you como to Louisville como to headquarters MANUFACTURERS AGENTS 438 440 W Jefferson Through to Green Ave Louisville Ky S T MOORE CO The Air We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitrogen in the pioportion of one to five j drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitrogen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liberates it it is raken into the lungs by inhalation absorbed by the blood which it purifies and so goes directly to the seat of all diseases Send for our 200 page Treatise Sent free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peddler from Louisvile will visit every house in this county and show you the best asortment of DRY GOODS NOTIONS ETC at the very lowest prices and guarantee fair and honest dealings Wait for him No fake JACOB NICOLA FOR SALE Address 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 All other apple trees from two to three years old at 5 cents each Drs Stark ey 1529 Arch Palcn Street Philadelphia Pa San Francisco Cal Toronto Car STUDY THE ISSUES A Peach trees at 7 per 100 Pear Plum and Cherr trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash WE M S ASHBY OLOVERPORT KY DANIKL CROOKS J 3 B0IJRNK re it It J HARPKH other shall think or act or vote bnt I ueliovo wo liive n right to nrgo upon you tho importance of studying tho question for yoarselvcs and not ullow iug anybody to think for yon I do not believo thero is nny class of peoplo who etn sifoly bo intrusted to tho right to think nnd act for another class Tho ballot is given to oitizens in order that each citizeu niny rnuko his voto his representative not what somebody else may think and wants hiiuxelf I simply ask you during tho days which inter vene between now and election day to study tho issues presented in this cam paign aud when you havo niado up your minds havo tho courago to voto as you please aud no ono can question your right to do it Â¬ Â¬ uf Atlvlce Trout the Demo Â¬ cratic lrtsltlcntlal Candidate iH not for ono mini to say how an Â¬ Word B0UBNE HAEPEB BE00KS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl F KY Thli li tho bct market nnd ours Is tho host vanccs on nnulgumenu haVothcl houses amide wo havo many largo factories to supply Wo Bet you tho top price nnd not trade No travcllug ngenU finlp all our wool auU Vara produce Ulrvt to WOOL WOOL Tlie success uf be Chicago ticket Is not lauEnrnua to aoy man who wants to eat the bread he earns The success of the Chicago ticket Is dangerous only to the man who wuntj to eat the bread that somebody else ejrus William J lirrao The Workers For Sllrer All over this country thoso who toil nnd ore engaged in the productivo In dustries am interested in having enough money to do business with and thoso who havo money instead of property and want to make 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