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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1896 I was in this hall once before It was on tho Fourth of July when I was permitted to take pact in one of jour celebrations and I am not surprised that 2 NO 12 Caih or Usurious Paper T Record Broken At 2 an organization which reads every ytnr tho constitution of American Independ- Â¬ ence gives enthupiastlc support to a platform which dedans for llnancial independence Had Tho Groatost Democrats This liko previous sentences was re- Â¬ ceived with tremendous applause and M6otlng Ever Known when it subsided Mr Bryan proceeded saying Before addressing myself to the para- Â¬ MR BRYANS STRONG SPEECH mount issues of this campaign I desire to refer to the language tued here in this city by the ex President of the United States Benjamin Harrison Hisses and Ex President Harrison Quoted and groans My friends please r fralu from expressing your ill feeling I quote his Answered and tho Democratic words because words coming from so Causo Vigorously Presented high a Republican source ought to bo considered even if you cannot agree with them Let me read you what ho Nkw York Sept 30 The dernonslra Bays In iny opinion hero is no issue tlon that greeted William Jennings Bryan last night in this city was moat presented by the Chicago platform more romarkahle in its character Blockaded important and vital than the question besieged they have raised of protecting the power Btreets crowded auditorium and crowds that difled and duties of the national courts and speaking stands the energy of the police in theiratabllity national executive The defense of the are some of the features Tammany constitution and of the integrity of the Hall that had made tho arrangements Supremo Court of the United States and of the Presidents power and duty to en- Â¬ for the welcome and reception outdid itself in the doing Tammany Is noted force all the laws of tho United Slates for enthusiastic assemblages and last without obtaining tho call or consent of night within the big assembly hall the the Governor of any state Is an important members tore the air with shouts of and living issue in this campaign Tariff approval of tho candidates of the Amer and coinage will be of little moment if Â¬ can flag and of every comment that our constitutional government is overloyalty to thrown savored either of patriotism or My friends I call your attention to Democratic principles Every man who ilag the the fact that ex President Harrison as Â¬ enterr d was presented with a effect being that when anything pleased serts that our platform raises a question the audience the crowded hall seemed and that constitutional government is one huge wave of the stars and Btripes in danger If that was true we might So too Tammany is cosmopolitan and well turn from the discussion of any on the several stands there waved with other question to consider anything tho predominant Star Spangled Ban- Â¬ which menaces the continuation of con- Â¬ ner the Hag of Italy of Ii eland of stitutional government But there is Germany and the Union Jack of Eng Â¬ nothing in the Chicago platform that menaces constitutional government land I challenge you to read that platform 0 Sheohan of When Leader John Tammany issued an invitation to the and find in that platform a single sen- Â¬ tence that justifies tho language of tho general public to be pretent at the Our criticism of the gatherings he probably little ex President expected the vast crowds that made Supreme Court is not as severe us the two thirds of Union Square two blocks cri i Km of the Supreme Court in the of Fourteenth street in front of Tammany platform upon which Abraham Lincoln Hall tho Plsza nnd Fourth avenuo ab- Â¬ was elected in 1800 Tho words I have solutely impassable As early as 7 used in regard to tho Supremo Court oclock Tammany Hall was jammed to have not been as severo as the language the doors and the police were wrestling used by American Lincoln both before with the thousands outside who were and after the election There is noth- Â¬ demanding admission which when they ing in our platform concerning the in- Â¬ did not got it drove them to tho various vasion of the States by Federal tn ops stands erected at vantago points within that approaches in force and emphasis the platform of 1800 upon which Mr the space of six blocks of Tammany The small army of policemen fought Lincoln was elected There is nothing and struggled with the crowd to keep that has been said in the platform or by the Btreets open for traffic but they soon the candidate that justifies the charge gave it up and allowed them to stand that the Democratic party is against massed in front of the stands The po- Â¬ constitutional government or would lice who escorted Mr Bryan through the interfere with the preservation of law hues had to light like tigers the people and order If Mr Harrison wants to refusing to move oven when the horses raise the question of the survival of the almost trampled upon them But Jupi Â¬ Government I am willing to meet him ter Pluviuawho had threatened moisture on that proposition Those who are all day took the place of the police force most fearful that there will be a laxity in dispersing the crowd Soon after Mr ot the enforcement of the law are the Bryan entered Tammany Hall a driving very persons who would suffer most if rain storm started and it was not long the laws were enforced Tho very per Â¬ before at least half the crowd had sought sons who are afraid the law will be vio- Â¬ shelter Many of them went home but lated with impunity are the ones who many of tho others sought nearby shelter have violated the law with Impunity If Mr Harrison wants to raise the waiting for the candidate Very soon and streets wero a mass of um- Â¬ question of the survival of our instituthe stand tions I will tell him that the great trusts brellas of this country which are supporting the At 745 oclock John W Keller was Republican ticket are a greater menace preseutod as presiding oflkor of the to our Government than anything else Tammany Hall meeting and he accepted The coal trust Bends its representatives to the placo with a bmf but ringlug speech sit by every fireside and exact tribute on the evils of the gold standard The from those who keep warm The oil names of McKinley and Mark Hanna trust Bends its representatives to collect a wero greeted with a sibillant storm as tribute from those who use light The flerco at the enthusiastic outbursts which various trusts of the country with met that of Bryan When Mr Keller representatives are collecting tribute of resolu- Â¬ had concluded a stirring set from the people and when we protect tions were read and adopted with a against it they call us disturbers of the After declaring tho unswerving peace and anarchists whoop I am opposed to allegieuceof the Democracy of New the trusts If I am elected as an exec- Â¬ York City to Bryan and Sewall and utive I shall use all the power I have to voicing the denunciation of gold and the drive every trust out of exisence If of silver they corresponding adulation present laws are not sufficient to meet touched on State matters denouncing this evil I will if I am elected recom- Â¬ law and the last Republican tho Italnes mend such laws as will If tle constit- Â¬ Legislature Indorsing tho State Demoution of the United States is so consticratic ticket and platform called upon tuted as to prevent any interference with tho United States Government to investhe operation of the trusts I shall recom Â¬ tigate alleged cruelty to American citi- Â¬ mend such amendment to tho constitut- Â¬ zens convicted of political offenses and ion as will permit It Mr Bryan pro confined in British prieons and closed cceded with a severe arraigmont of Â¬ with a declaration that tho National Ad trusts stock gamblors and money grabministration should take prompt steps to bers and continued investigate the reported Imprisonment and butchery of non combatant Amer Â¬ I understand that a distinguished cit Â¬ ican citizens iu Cuba and it facts war- Â¬ izen of this State tho Hon Chauncey rant it demand immediate redress At three minutes past 8 a commotion Depew I understand that ho also beat the rear of tho stage sent a fresh buzz lieves that my election would bo danger There is one advan Â¬ of excitement through the crowd and an ous to the country instant later tho police plowed a narrow tage in having Mr Dopew against mo passage way which revealed the flguro and that is if I am elected he will not Â¬ of Mr Bryan On either side of the can come down and tell me that ho has helpSewall the Vice- - ed elect me and wants me to get rid of didate wero Arthur kTresidential tandidate and George Fred the plank in tho platform which declares OlliamB just nominated by three con for the arbitration of differences between ventions lor the uovernorsnip oi juassa- - railroads and their employes Thoro is its The ensuing scenes had rarely another advantage which I shall derive been equaled in old Tammany The from his opposition if I am elected He crowd few Into a frenzy and their tre- Â¬ will not come down to Washington and mendous Vilume of sound which began want me to use my executivo Inlluonco then endeS exactly Boveu minutes later against that bill that passed tho Senate and tho air Vas kaleidoscoped with wav Â¬ which attempted to protect the people ing hats andfUags During the demon Â¬ from the employment ot Federal troops stration MrVllryan stood erect gazing and by injunction My iriends there is one great conso- Â¬ directly befofla him There was a grati Â¬ gleam of joy lation that I And in the opponents that fied smile oi his lips and a in his eyca Eventually ho raised his have arrayed themselves against me and that is if I am not to have their aid New York ft or EUSIONIST AND C0NFUSI0NI8T St t ouli IV t DUpatch In New Yotk tho Standard Oil oigaiiB whose prophet Is Cleveland reit- Â¬ erate that Bryan is not a Democrat because he voted a fuslonlst ticket in 18112 Of course such talk is imbecile now when Democratic success depends on the readiness of all Democrats to unite with all other enomles ot pi u toe racy as Bryan did four years ago But sitico the Cleveland bolters to McKinley have raised the question and insist upon having it discussal it in just as well to recall what happen Â¬ ed four years ago and to remind the country that Cleveland himself was elected as a Fuslonlst as was his dcoy duck and scape goat John M Palmer The- - fusion in Nebraska and in every other Northwestern State was brought about by Clevelands campaign committee It was in Clevelands Interest and Cleveland was anxious that wherever through the fusion of Democrats and Populists States could not be carried for the Democratic party direct they should be held away from Harrison and given to Popu Â¬ list eltctors That was the plan of campaign in the West and it was carried out un- Â¬ der Clevelands direction through his friends In the National Committee on the coinage and anti monopoly planks of the Democratic national platform Cleveland ran for President as a fuslonlst in tho Republican Sttes of tho Northwest on the strongest representations that silver would be treated on an equality with gold that an autl monnpoly policy would be enforced and the whole power of tho Government used to check plutocracy Within three months after his second inauguration it was evident that the country had been basely deceived and that wllllam 0 Whitney and Ills associated plutocrats of the Standard Oil Trust wero the power behind the throne stronger at Washington than the Democratic party and for the time being more powerful than the ptople Every pledge made to the West and Northwist was violated A trust attorney was appointed Attorney General The Wall Street llnancial pol- Â¬ icy now advocated by McKinley and Hanna was adopted The whole force of tho Government was us d to increase and make permanent the national debt so that the holders of United States bonds might use them as a basis for corporation notes to take the place of silver Tho most impudent and unprecedented use of the tho power of the Government was made In sup- Â¬ porting the bull sido of the gold market The gold corner which was broken when Gould and Fisk attempted it under Grant was reinaugurated A tariff bill was drawn by tho Administration with and made successful Carlisle and Wilson as its sponsors with free trade in Western products and a higher protection for New England than was given by the Republican war tariff Straight out Democrats were kept out of office or driven out The power of patronage was used as it had never been used in politics evm in tho most corrupt times of the Reconstruction period And at last the Ad mlnRtration culminated as it was logically bound to do In the nrescnt at tempt to turn over the Government to tho alliance between monopolists and foreign usurers Iu the face of all this Mr Cleveland Mr Whitney and Mr Belmont the New York agent of the Ruhschllds have the assurance to pretond that in this campaign they stand for conscience and that thoy are all that Is left of Democracy I No party in this country was ever before betrayed as Cleveland betray Â¬ ed the Democrats when being In power and as he thought tlnir master ho dared to show himself openly as the intriguer and ward politician of tho It was from him and his exam- Â¬ school of Kinderhook he has always been ple that his admirer and imitator John Boyd Thacher learned to send men to the New York State Convention to pledge him fully to the Democratic platform so that having secured tho nomination he might defy the party and repudiate the platform If Americans stand amaz d at such unutterable baseness it is bncause after four years of Wall Street domination at Washington they are still un- Â¬ able to understand oven remotely tho pissibllltles of degradation incident to plutocratic control of Now York politics CLEVELAND SmtmSSSSSm mm wV in the campaign I wont have their domiDUKES But nation after the campaign is over my f tiendsour platform has declared that An Aged Man Falls Out of Bed Gus the paramount issue of this campaign is Brown Speaks To a Crowded House the money question and I believe it is Sowing Wheat Vfaltors true Tho Republican party in convention We have had two light fro6ts tills assembled has declared that this nation must continue its present financial policy wi ck until foreign nations Jjln witli us In Tom McGavock is sowing wheat on abandoning it The Democratic platform the farm ho rented in the bottom declares in favor of an American finan We are having nice pleasant weather cial policy and health iu this community is vorv Mr Bryan then read an extract which good lie said was from a speech by Mr Mc Â¬ Notwithstanding the continued dry Kinley in Ohio on Feb 12 1891 criticis Â¬ weather some farmers arssiwing their ing the financial policy of Mr Clcvelaud wheat nnd said Mrs Gilmore and Mre Eliza Burnett My friends tho Republican candidate speech at Toledo showed that he spent Friday evening with Mrs Maggie in that understood then the fundamental prin Roberts Mr 0 Gilmoro wlfo and children clple which underlies the money qnes That the value of the dollar near Deanfiold are visiting relatives hero tlon viz depends on the number of dollars He this woek recognized then that you can make William Rowland and family of Da dollas dearer by lessening their number viess county aro visiting relatives at He ecogniz d then that you could raise this placo the purchasing power of a dollar by law Mrs John Johnson and Mrs Mary and by law reduce the value of all kinds Rice spent Thursday with their mother He recognizjd then that Mrs Josephine Ballmin of property legislation for the gold standard made Nearly every man in this neighbor Â¬ the money the master and all thiuLs hood wont to Hawesvillo eltethe servant and we have a rlht to hear the debate between Thursday to Clardy aud conclude that since ho has advocated monoy Franks that policy he belioves that Messrs Sara Burin tt and wife nnd should bo the master and that all things Will Rowland wife and children wero else should be the servant Mr Bryan contlnuod with a lengthy guosts Friday of Mr Simon Rowland and most severe denunciation of the gold and daughter Mrs Mattle Hall Too much taugle foot and politics standard and the Republican party and rnixd together got two of our young then said I hayo respect for tho man who has men Into a little scramble on their road convictions who states those convictions home from Hawcaville Thursday even Â¬ aud stands by those convictions I ing respect the Republicans who stand open- Â¬ What good will it do tho Republicans ly and aliove board for the Republican to elect McKinley as far as tho tariff isÂ¬ ticket but my friends I shall not at Â¬ sue is coucerned John Sherman admits tempt to disguise the feelings which I there will bo no Republican tariff legis entrUin towards thoso who having latlon in the next congress failtd to control the Democratic party Gus Brown of Cloverport spoke to a Beck still o claim the Democratic name ciowded bouso at at this placo Wednes Â¬ who have failtd to control the Demo day night on tho gruit financial issue cratic organization and start with a new that is now confronting the American organizition which they call a truer jeoplo Mr Brown spoke for nearly Democratic organization two hours with such plain undeniable Tho Best for Children words ns to draw loud and lengthy np believe Chamberlains Cough Run plans s from his enthusiastic hearers ody is the best for children I ever usvd It is not a wry uncommon occurrouco For croup It is u w qualed It is a splen for children to fall out of bed at night did seller with ui T M Eokles Ph G while asleep hut when a ntan at the ago Manager Wampum Pharmacy Wampum of forty eight years retires to his bod at When used as soon as the first night to enjoy a nighla repoeo Pa and be Â¬ Is as soon as tho Bjmptoms appear that come i so restless in his slurabors and child becomes hoarse or even after tho wrest hiuis df from the bed aud finds hln iroupy cough has uppeared It will pro self gcttiug up off of tho fljor is vory vent the attack Tho mothers of croupy good ovideme that man was having a children Bhould bear this in mind and desj orate struggle with gold conscience alwajakeep the remedy at hand It is also the best medicine in the world for For sale at tUtu-colds and whooping cough llalli 23 and 30 cents ber bottle by A R Fish Â¬ StfUtOM W er druggist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IW Dipitcli The organs of the fiee c inagu of cor- Â¬ Against MKinley poration paper continue to repeat Hint under fieo rolnngu of slher tho mine owner would rnako CD cunts on every Statement Mado by Henry Goorgo dollar coined After a Caroful Investigation That is false nnd absurd but even if he lid ho would not make it at the ex Â¬ on tho Ground pense of both the taxpayers nnd tho busi Â¬ ness community an tho profits on the Nkw York Sept S9 The Journal this of corporation notes nre morning contains an interesting article circulation made by Henry George who is studying the When a gold mine owner takes n littlo political situation at Canton 0 Mr over 25 grains of fold to the mint the George eaj s In Chicago and Cleveland I had so Government stamps on it nn inscription wlilch means that it weighs bo many much specific information of the manner grains of gold of a certain fineness in which the employes of factories nnd This Inscription rends in part one dol- Â¬ mines and railroads were being shipped lar One dollar In gold means n piece to Cauton to make a showing of the de Â¬ of metal weighing so many grains of a mand of labor for McKlnloys election prescribed fineness and that is all it docs that I came down for a passing vsit to mean glimpse of the Republican mecca and a It is estimated that tho - grains in a the ranks of the admirers of the prophet gold dollar cost to mine them about 10 And as of Protection and Prosperity cents They nre worth Intrinsically about to what I had heard so specifically from 45 cents If gold were no longer used as who are in a position to know I those money they would fall iu price to their secured in n Cleveland hotel a little Re- Â¬ intrinsic nlue for making finger rings publican confirmation nnd breast pins and the gold dollar would To a stranger who gets here and goes bo worth between 10 and 50 cents It to a first clans hotel Cauton seems at would never fall below 35 nssummlng first a veritable McKinley town for he that as its pretent labor coat unless its sees everywhere McKinley emblems and labor cost should be cheapened by new badge sand lliga But it did not take me processes of mining Then it might pos- Â¬ long to find tho place of buslntsi of n sibly go lower still This aBsuuiPs of mau whom I know as an old and stal- Â¬ course that it could be permanently tie wart single taxer Then I immediately monetized as English and Wall Street got into a different atmosphere and bankers aro tring to demonetize silver found that the opposition to McKinly in The Democratic party proposes that his own city was vigorous and confident tiie gold mlno owner shall no longer en Â¬ expecting to carry for Bryan McKlnleys joy a monopolistic mo of the mints It own county his own city and his own proposes that the silver mine ownersliall precinct same oppurtunity at the mints I have talked to day with intelligent have the no greater no lits that the gold mine and reliable men Democrat Populist now has who owner Republicans aud Prohibitionists We must have money to carry on and propose to vote for Bryan and found extend bus new A nd unless this is done them not only most hopeful but confwo must have fne coinage of corporation ident of tills and to be able to itwgn paper which draws interest at both endB for their faith reasons first on the st cur ties on which it is Stark County of which Canton Is the based and second from the unfortu- Â¬ to mi gave to Bushnell the principal nate people who are bo hard pressed for Republican candidate for Governor in money that they nre obliged to accept as 1893 when the disgust with lie Cleve- Â¬ at a high rate of interest a mere land Administration among those who cash paper ewdencu of corporation debt a had elei ted him brought tho last high mere certificate of the readiniBS and lack tido of Republican success a ote of of scruplo with which a monoy broker- Â¬ 0509 At the same time it gave the age corporation is willing to rob produc- Â¬ Democratic candidate Campbell 7498 ers by issuing its usurious paper against the Populist Coxey 2188 the Prohi- Â¬ value of other psoplos property by 5- - I and the Socialist 118 tho bitionist liillnting the currency witli n volume of TtniP a union even of the Democrats and llontiug belit which constantly threatens Populists on this vote would hno de Â¬ honest workers with robbery nnd honest feated the Republicans whose vote was business with collapse 3811 less than Hint of the two combined That is tho issue In this campaign an In the city of Canton Bushnell had a iswo between coined cash and silk paper 1 11 beplurality of 517 but his vote was corporation debt as ncirculating medium low that ot the Democrats and Populists an issue between money of the mints combined and 281 below that of the representing the sovereignty of the peo Â¬ combined opposition while in the last ple ami the privute paper of usurous local contest in the spring preceding the non producers representing nothing on election of Bushnell the Democratic earth but their desire to take toll from candidate the present Mayor riceiud trade and to filtenos paristers on pro Â¬ 130 mure votes than the It publican duction candi Â¬ candidate although the Populist date had more than a thousand So that if your clrtld is puny fretful troubled the latest figures clearly give both coun Â¬ ty aud city to the Democrats and Popu Â¬ witli glandular swelPus intliuied eyes or sores on the head face or body a lists when united Now in the national election of No- course of Ajers Sarsapnrilla is needed to vember the Populists to a man may be expel the scrofulous humois from the counted for Bryan for they aro working blood The sooner ou begin to give in their own way like beavers The this medicine thi better Socialists will hardly count for auj thing whilo as for tho Prohibitionists the es Where tho Preachers Go timates that I get here coincide witli the The following is a list of appointments estimate that I got iu Cleveland from fir the Ortensboro mid Klizibethtowu leading Prohibitionists Hint two thirds Districts Louisillu Conference which of tho Prohibitionist vote of Ohio tills closed its fiftieth annual session Monday year will go for Brjan of last week at llopkiusville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Canton Will Vote MURRAY Although Defeated Ii Oloie to the Hearts of the People WILL BE REMEMBERED IN THE FUTURE Marlon t alctn The Democracy of the Fourth Con gressional district of Kentucky aro to be congrntulated on tho amicnblo eetth iiicut of what threatened to bo n serious split in their ranks by reason of the uncertainty of the action of tho Elizabeth town convention in declaring its nomi nee and it is creditable to both candi Â¬ dates that asloal Democrats they read ily submitted their claims to tho Slate Cenlial Committee as an impartial tribu- Â¬ nal and agreed to abide by its decision Tills decision was remembered on last Saturday at n meeting of that body in Ixmisvllle and tho nomination awarded to D H Smith of Larue county Mr Murray accepted the result cheerfully nnd tendered his services on the stump or elsewhere to help his successful rival and the Democratic party He made a ringing Democratic speech at the court house in Louisville Saturday night in which ho alluded to his defeat in a humorous way and again made a speech at Brandenburg on last Monday in behalf of Mr Smith and the other Democratic nominees Mr Murray is an honest able and lojal Democrat and his action at this particular time which tries mens souls should not and will not be forgotten by the Democracy In the future Tho Louisville Boltocratic and Repub Â¬ lican press has tried to make it appear that there was such dissatisfaction with Murrays friends as would interfere with Smiths success at the polls but such is not the case Tho wish is father to thet bought with them Witli this matter settled Smith can win easily Should the Populist candidate withdraw Smiths victory will he overwhelming at the November elec- Â¬ tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A new theory in tho treatmont of coughs lung and bronchial affections lias been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it on a positive guarantee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Ilryaun Wpeecli Mr Bryan began his speech with a handsome compliment to Tammany Hall and concluded it thus the X Govt Reports iow Royal Baking Powder superior to all others U OMTOIIXA 1 II Ilrtycs presiding elder players and other athletes regard a sprain Settle Chapel O W Brlggs or bruise of so little cousi quence One Main Street W 1 Cashmaii reason of this is they know how to treat Owensboro clicuit W C Hayea such injuries so as to recoyer from th in Yelviiigton 0 W HIsier iu a fow da s while others would be laid Rome J T McCormick up for two or three weeks if not longtr Calhoou Silas Newton Writing from Central State Normal Beech Grove E 11 Tibbons School Lock Haven Pa Mr W H Hartford James E Chandler Loach captain of the base ball club and U I Foote gymnasium eays I take pleasure in Hawesville C E Williams Patesville of our base ball stating that members Cloverport S G Shelley club and myself have used Chamberlains Ceralvo J II Rchardson Balm with most excellent results Palu Lowisport F M Petty I unhesitatingly recommend It us the Fordsvillo J P Howard for sprains swtlliiig cuts best remedy Carrol Hon R G Thomas For South and bruises of any that I know Livermoro R 0 Alexander A R Fisher druggist sale by Rostne T T Riland Pleasant Groe 0 0 Black The Issue KLUUItTIITOWN IIISTIUOT To the Kdllor if tho lostElspatch Rev G B Overton presiding elder Do the people of this country fully understand the political fight that Is now Elizabethtown T E Peters Hardinsburg S It Breeding on money power prevails the result Uodgensville B F Orr If the wilt be the retiring of all greenbacks Vine Grove 0 F Hartford coin certificates silver certificate aud Brandenburg E L Pate silvtr dollars Intort fit bearing bonds Big Spring D FWalton issued in their place and turned over to Long Grovo R 0 Love the private corporations called national Falls or Rjugh 11 A Cundiff banks who will issue the currency of the West Point W T Miller country paper bosedon paper Hthufue McDinleln J Ii Galloway sllverltes prevail all national bank cur- Â¬ Stephennpoit E M Metcalf rency will be retired and tho Govern Coubtantiue W T Davenport ment of the United States will itsuo tho Louisville Circuit S P Stiles currency of the country has d on iold Wolf Creek R W Shemrnell and silver iu the Treasury of the United Leltchtleld G F Cundiff States It Is a fight to a finish either South Leitchlleld W A Ilyiu s all national bauk or all United Stut s Miliertown MissM R Wugonor Hardin Spring M M Hunter Old Rmtiimoan currency St Louis Sept 28 Smith at Lebanon Martini Faeon Memory is a little treacohrous now Hon 1 II Smith candidate for Con and then and causei one to forget some thiugs worth remembering miliss one grtBJ in this district addressed tho citi Â¬ has an experience like that wlihh came zens of Marlon county on Monday at tho court house Those Democrats who to Mr D E EiBt Moffatts Creek Va who says I had been suffering for jeers heard Mr Smith express themselves with a torpid liver and found no relief plttisid and confident that victory will until I took Simmons Liver Regulator perch upon the banner of Bryan aud when I was entirely relieved of my Sewall mid that Mr Smith will rvdeeiu troubles I never Intend being without this district from Republican representa Â¬ tion Simmons Liver Regulator G Â¬ Â¬ It is surprising to many that foot ball OULSbimtO D19T1UCT Bryan Will Carry New York The party of Tammany men in dis- Â¬ cussing the situation last week figured out a substantial plurality for Mr Bryar Said the leader of the party In 1892 Cleveland polled 13 1853 votes in New York Harrison 009330 the Pro- Â¬ hibition candidate 3S1 90 ami the scat Â¬ tering vote footed up 03737 giving a grand total of 1300145 The conditions are changed this year I merely quote the figures as the basis of nn estimate on the vote iu November Harrison polled in 1888 the largest vote ever given to a Republican candidate for president GJS 759 The normal Republicau vote in 1892 should have been about 050000 This year ery close to 1400000 votes will be cast in the Empire State The normal Republicau vote if the old issues wero up for decision would he 000000 the normal Democratic vote 175000 and the scattering vote 05000 But in this campaign fiere will be a new alignment of the parties Both parties will loto heavily McKinley however is at a dis Â¬ advantage for the reason that the Re Â¬ publicans who holt him will vote for Hryan whereas tlio Democrats who bolt Bryan will voto for Palmer and indirect- Â¬ ly aid Ilrjan When you sum it up I believe you will find that McKinley lias polled about 050000 votes Palmer 5000J and tho prohibition candldato 25000 That means that Bryan will get tho re- Â¬ mainder or 175000 votes giving him n lead of 25000 There will be no Bcatter ing votes in this election The Populist and Labor vote will be absorbed by Bry Â¬ an The Prohibition vote as I figure it will be reduced to 25000 becauso a good proportion of tho Prohibition men are for Bryan aud also for tho reason that the party is not making no organized fight this year It certainly looks to mo liko a Democrat victory in November nnd I should riot be surprised to bco nu even greater majority for Bryan than tho figures montloned Over Thirty Years Without Sickness 1- II WrnvraN a well known nterpiishiK citizen of Bjron 111 lJeforo I paid much atten Â¬ writis tion to regulating- tho bowels I haul know a well day but since I learned tho evil reÂ¬ sults of constipation nnd tho cllWcy of - fe4 3 Jlimt9FmBL AYERS nils ouo I mm restored not ouo attack that did not readily jield to this ft for over thirty j ears days sickness I liavo not had My ulfo had been provl reiiitdv ous to our nisurhiKe nn invalid for j ears Slioluul ti prejudico ngnlnst CHthurlUs but ns roon us she began to use m3 Pills her health was Ssh VfrBC Cathartic Pills at Worlds fair Aj Medal and Diploma To Rutsrs StfWbftiU Stf uWr I auii Breckenridge Jn D V - nr Â¬ aa v News Prtprlttr 7 1800 BRANDENBURG Mewty Is This Column Miss Ree Washington Very Much Liked Vltltors From 0 Btbltgt Editors ind WEDNESDAY OCTOBER BitiortftloB Pilot tl00 a In AdTsac It Paid at tat Eid of th Tear 1128 rr a Distance S Johnson Makes Speech A A Political Matters SIX PAGES nrnocitATio with which he most disdainfully and tragically threw the Messenger to the For President floor Alas I poor editor who sittetli WILLIAM JKNNINGS UKVAN near by ho did not collapse however but construed it as a number ono ad Kor Vke PrrsMent The News did not got cast down but tho Mrs Ch as Coleman AltTIIUK SEWALU Miss Lida Hayues spent Saturday nnd sarciumi towards it was withering biting For Congress Fourth Dinricl Sunday at home She looks well and stinging but it is ouly politics nt last and after the smoke and thunder of the I II SMITH has a nice clasi at Ekron artillery vanish tho white flag will be Miss Irma Gordon of New Albany is Fifty thousand peoplo greeted Brynn a visitor of Miss Maydeo Pusey She inlsed and then an armistice week Mr Nell returned from Louisville at New Albany yesterday will not find our autumns as gay as mid- Statk or Ohio City ok Toledo 1 Monday night with a large stock of fall B summers Lucas County j goods John Wannamaker has contributed Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Prof Burton spent Saturday in Louis- Â¬ Felix Loeb of Vine Grove spentafew 10000 to the Republican campaign We will have is the senior partner of the firm of F J days with his daughter Mrs S ville on business intent Book about it free for the asklnp Loeb fund Co doing business in the City song books this week for our Cheney our new substitute for Scotts Emul last week Â¬ morning exercises at Brandenburg Nor- of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid lon will do for the children what we Henry Cowley and Miss Eula Davis Tub orators are abroad In the land know Scotts Emulsion will do Get and that raid firm will pay the sum of OF mal had a yery pleasant trip to Brandenburg You can find them on every stump in the genuine Clinton Crutcher of Garrett was In ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eacli Saturday evening For sale by all druggists at 50c and old Breckonridge spouting or free silver town last Thursday McKlnley Day but and every case of Catarrh that cannot 100 Rev Forrest Smith of the Louisvilio Grand old county isnt sho BOWNE New York SCOTT uso of Halls Catarrh Clint dont incline that way Ho ex- be cured by tho Baptist Seminary spent a few days at FRANK J CHENEY Cure pects to sell his farm soon and make a Mrs Munfords last week Vk arc not down on the monied men Sworn to before me and subscribed in Max Willett left AVednehday for they are among our best friends But change of residence PERSIMMON FLAT my presence this Glh day of December Bryant Stratton College Louisville Thero is a nice new baby at Mr and what we want is for more men to liavo A I 188IS where he will attend school money then we will hayo a better chanco Mrs A S Johnsons it is not a voter A W GLEASON Mrs G W Lyddan spent several days J A Payne to Harned Historical Notes but its vocation can be the highest the to get more of it Buying Apples Serenadere of I 8KAI holiest ministering for tho gotd Notary Public last week with her sister Miss Adkltson who has been quito 111 for some time voters and guarding them from desecra- Â¬ Out Ex Governor Kellog of Louisiana Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Mr and Mrs Morgan Richardson aud fame informs the Republican managers tion Â¬ Miss Reo Washington spent a day or and acts directly on the blood and mu- wife and Miss Leila Crayeroft Bpcnt sev- Â¬ at Washington that they had better not Charlie Elder is on the sick list cous surfaces of the system Send for eral days at Mrs G II Andersons last be too sanguine over McKinleys elect two of last week with Miss Jen Hardin J A Payne went to Harned Friday week ion He Bays they may find themselyos We all enjoyed her music She is a testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Miss Lucy Hendrickp of the Sandy to go in business fooled about the labor vote as they did eoulful performer and she is as well one Francis Xavler founded the first Jesuit Hill neighborhood went to Louisville of strong individuality which is a rara BSSrSold by all Druggists 75c four years ago Wednesday to vIbU her sister Mrs mission in India in 1542 nis this day and age Bryan will carry Kausas by C00O0 McCall Mr and Mrs R H HawklnB Clover PUBLIC SPEAKING Miss Frankio Conway the popular Kentucky by 20000 Missouri by 60000 Ernest Hardaway after spending sev- Â¬ port are visiting relatives in tho vicinity at Garrett was here last Thurs teacher Michigan by 25000 Iowa by 30000 days with hlspareutsat Bewloyville Miss Nellie Furrow Hites Run was the day to hear the Hon J W Lewis speak The Following List of Appointments eral Illinois by 40000 Indiana by 40000 and boarded tho train here Saturday night guest of Misses Mary and Llllie Johnson is the onlyMcKinley advocate in Frankio Have Been Made by the Democrat- Â¬ en route to Louisville enough other States to give him 17 Sunday town but she has enthusiasm votes in the electoral college It is not that little A district Sunday School convention ic and Populist Committees Mrs Nannie Bates Hawesville is the enough to make up the deficiency in the books to beat him will beheld at the Presbyterian church guest of Mr and Mrs James Johnson There was not much enthusiasm last Saturday before the fourth Sunday in this week Itocky Hun School IIouc McKinlby said in a speech the other Thursday at the McKinley Hag raising October Let everybody come J II Lennin Oct 7 at night day that the manufacturers did not know and speaking About three or four hun- Â¬ Tho first Christian missionaries from Mrs Muuford returned homo Wed Ilurtoius School Homo to plan for next years business on dred people were in town but everything J II Lennin and N Mc OMercerOct 8 how the United Htates reached the Hawaiian nesday after quite a long stay with her account of the free silver agitation What was quiet The merchants had a good 2 P M daughter Mrs Pusey of Chicago She Islands in 1820 is to keep tho manufacturers from plan Â¬ day and ovorybody seemed to be in a Clciidcuiio The first Presbytorian congregation in is looking well and says she is very glad ning Just like other peoplo This coun- good humor J II Lennin and N Mc CMercerOct8 to bo with old friends again England was formed at AVandsworth try doesnt belong to them ALL The literary and musical exercises of at night Mr Frank Brown of Vine Grove was near London in 1572 IfornbuckN mill George Fox founder of tho society of in town Saturday and Sunday He in- Â¬ Mn David W Fairleigh tells you in the Brandenburg Normal la9t Friday J H Lennin and J Whitnorth Oct 10 troduced now style here of promenad- Â¬ a friends or Quakers was bom at Dayton this issue how free silver will advance were quite interesting Each pupil re 2 P M sponded cheerfully to his or her part ing the streets with his best girJcarrying Licestcrslilie in 1C2L the price of farm products and iTIcIlaiililsi Next Tlios T Crittenden gives some in Â¬ assigned and quite creditably Tho firist settlement of Jews in the J II Lennin aud J Whitworth Oct 10 a lamp so that ho could see tho pleasant smilu that illumed her beautiful faco formation about free silver prices in Friday night the society will hold its at night United States was made nt Newport It Mexico Both of tlieeo communications second meeting I on February 28 1C77 Sample GROVELAND In reply to roy letter asking Gen S B J II Lennin Oct 23 nt night are good reading for the masses Miss Nannio Russell of Tobinsport My Clifton Mlllw Buckner for a speech lis says Ind was the guest of Misses Lallio and Tiik farmers ecrywhere aio Hocking movements are subject to tho orders of J 11 Lennin Oct 24 2 P M Good Attendance at Salem Association Eunlco Manning last week to the Bryan standardwhile in the cities tho National Campaign Committee aud Ulccit More Quite a Party Spent Sunday at Charles Haddon Spurgeon an English J II Lennin Oct 27 2 P M there is ovory indication that a big ma Â¬ I cannot make the appointment He Sulphur Wells HllllftUIIVllIt Baptist divine noted for his eloquonce jority of tho labor voto will be cast for then expresses himself as liking to be was horn at Kelveuod Esex in lSl the silver president There is nothing with us and wo hope yet to liavo him J H Lennin and J Whitworth Oct 31 2P M Dick Dowell of Sellersburg Ind has in tin- situation discouraging Every Â¬ Fraukaud Pat Greenwood who have What a grand gift from our Heavenly lluriicil been at home this week thing points to the election of Bryan been in Meado County for some time Father is a pleasant graciousaddrefs aud G S Wilson and Henry Mathers Oct Miss Pater Harned of Harned visited barreling apples returned homo last Tut Republicans and Boltocrats are manner It iu more to be coveted than 10 2 P M week Miss Rosa Allen last week of Hit CllciKl d to ridicule the fusion of the riches Education intellect religion all incliu Farmers are done housing their to G S Wilson and S E Waggoner Oct Mrs Ben Carrico and wife were the Demuirate aud Populists in this county fall short if ones deficient iu this great bacco tho crop is very badly damaged gnestB of Rev D F Shacklett last week but Uti Populists favor silver at 11 to 1 attribute For all these canbjosieHsed 17 1 P M AVtieat sowing is the order IIllCM Illlll Mrs Davo Henry of West Point vis Â¬ by worms atid u oorubiuation was inevitable The and yet the individual can repel a kindit A M Hardin aud Henry Mathews Oct ited her mother Mrs Bei Ca ico last of the day result will be that the county will go for ly smile a hearty greetinga warm inn I 1G at night Mr and Mm C D Payne Horned Hi van and something Is to be gained by Bliake means volutm e week AVcul View are visiting nlativm in this vicinity proline their interests Heretofore these Seen try Carlisle has refused to m t A M Hardin and M Board Sr Oct 17 Rev J O Willett leausf 8 Clifty pirti have been apart when they Bhoulil Senator Blackburn in joint debute Hut 2 P M Monday to hold a series of ui eling at rim will ilio be the gutsts of Air and will Mra J II Payue ToUnnport Ind liuve oted together Their interests are Smator urges that le will only lring up that place lliizol Hull tll 8411 Tim firm European settlers in Japan the Secretary i speedi of 1878 W Midi r A M Hardiu and Dr Ben nrned Oct Mrs Eliz i Hunger who has iet n ery if he O could net dulvo down nv I 24 2 P M weie a pirty of Portugu sp who were 111 for the past six weeks ii bottrnt if Conohessman John Lowis hits recently drivtn by Mirrsjot weather to take rrfuge Itcmntlu resurrect sonii of tint burning Sappho this writing w itt ii to Republican headquarters at A M Hardin and Dr Ben Ilirned Oct in ih- - biirlur cf Buugo about 1545 inconBiiitenciei strung rather loo Washington that Kentucky will go from Lula Fowler of Weldon fcp ut a er 21 2 P M on a silver thread Each ponHeejes The chur h of Jesus Ctirist of latter fliteeii to twenty five thousand for pleasant day in Grovelaud last week the IliiriiN delicate mech tnism of oratoiy and logic day taints was organized April 0 18i0 MoKinley Mr Lowis estimation of Dr Ben Harned and Tico Jolly Oct 15 guest of Lula and Lena Willett with six milliners ut the house of IVter the otn in this State is very wide of the and when manipulated in their i ativn 2 P M Miss Rosa Allen is progress lg niiMly will no doubt how a Imwilrerjr State Whiiner Paje te Seneca county N Y mirk He had better keep an eye on succession of ihytliciical waves fur Tucker School Utilise with her school at this place he pnm--- r mow Dr Ben Harned and S E Waggouor Tin siieuiuiers W S King James h a own district before making estimates to be a most efilcien isea wil Beavm and LeiEderwurooutouo niyht Oct 24 at night on tl u entire Stute He hasnt got a controversy w Dick Willett Sr diss Mar last wuek their The Rov G B Ourton is our Pre will music was very sweet lliirdln School Iloiiwe walk jver here as he and his friends ent last aud very much enjoyed by iv ing Elder Biothnr Overton was a pupil Dr Ben Harned aud J Whitworth Oct tha Siphers of Hill all who heard Â¬ stem inclined to figure it The Demo Ki v J O Wil- Â¬ Thursday with his soi hero in Prof D O Culleys school wheu 211 at night thorn crats are laying for John W in Novem lett and family hoi ly of Ileu loyvlllo it was at tho ziinith of his glory He School ciminenced hero the 5th with ber Those who attended tho Salem Associ quite u will find the old Majonic Hall stalling N Mc CMercer and S E Wnggoner Oct number in attendance under the offer will ation at New Salem lat week wreRtvs inttructious of hut somewhat muti ated He wil iec F A Beavin and BEWLEYVILLE Illff Spring J U Willett D F Shackled mother preut nt writing every thing bids at tho ognize a few very few of U9 say about fair for six of his schcolnutsn are here aud tlioiiy S E Waggoner and N Mc O Mercer and ulster James Allen and sister Utttie a successful school Oct 23 2 P M Brown Mattie Basham Eula Jones 7 S Dont forget that for thirty days from are changed fiom glad youth to mary MI Mary OBrien of Rhodella after Cutler will tho 1st day of October I have promised age in years if not disposition Any Â¬ Willett and daughters Lulu and Luna an extendi d ybit in this community re Â¬ Btock at greatly how Bro Oveiton will find warm hearts N Mc C Mercer and S E Waggoner G 1 to offer you my entire Bruner and wife Everyone turn d home hut Meek We regret her reduced prices aiming to sell nt prices and hospitable hones to receive him Oct 21 2 P M seemed to liavo a most delightful time Xule School lionise loavloji voiy much for she always had a nnd carriage I and Bro Pato who preached his fin t tlint will just cover cost Last Sunday as dark and rainy as it woidof greotlng for Hon W E Minor Oct 8 at night every ono Come well have credited out an amount just about sermon hero hist Sunday to a lnrg at- Â¬ was proved to be a day long to he re Â¬ Clifton illlll again Miss Maiy equal to my invested capital and with a tentive congregation that was much im Â¬ Hon W E Minor Oct 0 at night membered by a merry crowd fiom A ine In tho iipring of 8I7 Brigham Young nice stock of goods now on hand it is pressed by his t HrncstncES 2lclltlCllllO all diitiuct Grove Flaherty and Groveland who aswill easily seen that I am bound to bo in delivery and kindly Christian utterances Hon W E Minor Oct 10 2 P M sembled at Sulphur AVoll early in the with 143 pioneers started to cross the My debts are all due and my Let us hope the debt if Democratic and Poi ulist Committee morning to enjoy the beauties of the plains and Rociy Mountains arriving in to yiar may be full of good creditors are demanding payment It is fruit place While tho day was dark every Great Salt Lako Aalley July 24 of the with regret that I say to those who owe BIG SPRING heart seemed unusually light and wjon same year locating upon tho site and Mr A S Johnson prominent Popu Â¬ mo that unless you pay me you will by dinner was called each seemed to be founding Great Salt Lake City now lato editor of the Free Repjblic list and Salt Lake City holding on to it shut mo out of business if made a rousing speech at the court liouse Miss Llllle Clarkson Home Again Edwin more mirthful than ever Those vho hence I feel forced by self preservation composed the crowd were Misses Mount Dowell Taken to Louisville to Have nl lit before the Free Silver last Friday to say to you that I will have to list all Tests Louisville Elrod Lexington Swan Vine The will An Opera Ion Performed Club He dwolt chiefly Im told iu tho sums due me for collection on tho 1st Now showed no baking powder Grove and Lula and Lena AVlllutt aud Then and most appropriately day of November if not Bottled before Messrs Cox AVathen Hays Board Vine so puro or so great In Ieav eyes It is time for reminiscences and re Â¬ Hurrah for Bryan aid free silver that date I will from time to time recruit minders Hon Chapeza Wathen also Grove Clint Crutcher Garrett ening power as the Royal my staple goods so that you will be able E II Morris is here for a month Bpoko and Commonwealth Atty Mr to get most anything you want until the A Silver Club II Meyer wont to Louisville Sunday Chelf Cleveland Buckner and all in For Sale Until November 1st stock is run down Dont ask for credit An assemblage of Democrats met in Alex McCans of Ellzabethtown was the same category were dismantled nnd 1ire bred n riyinouth HocV and It Ilrahmn G E DmmY CockrrU 1iicitc ranging froji coc to lljo ac Andyvillo Meade county lust Saturday cording Individuality shorn of what glory and prestige they down last week is to us This is a rare chance for those who are supposed to have originally possessed night for the purpose of organizing a Miss M II ORKEN WOOD Irvinglon Ky Dr Strothor made a flying trip to Louispay cash or have produce to lay in their Bryan Club Mr Jas Rigglo was nomI just as William Jennings Bryan la ville last Thursday professionally W K IIAIINES A It KINC1IELOK fall and winter goods even if you have to suffering at tho hands and from tho lips inated chairman and J 8 Massy Secre- Â¬ Madam Rumor has it that thore will BARNES KINCHELOE come half a days journey to get them of the opposite persuasion all claiming tary B F AVHIett was the speaker of The time will be out now lu twenty five to be followers of the pioneer standard be a weddiog in tho neighborhood soon the occasion and before the adjournment Ben Clarkson Jr Is at homo after of tho meeting a club was organized with ATTORNEYS LAW days so you had better come at once bearers of Democracy Will not the sun having been away sometimo buying 43 members enrolled Great enthusiasm HARDINSBURO KY You will find it just as I say look down and say Inglorious hero it apples Collections and enforcement of liens given G E Druhy was manifested at this meeting and a lies I Will November 3rd be its Mies Lillle Clarkson returned homo large enrollment is anticipated at the special attention Waterloo Pablio Speaking Monday from Ellzabethtown where she next meeting CEO WJOIIY The Hon J W Lewis nominee for JASKSKIUMAN W J Stone ex Congressmen Hon has heeu visiting friends and relatives re election to Congress spoke to a large JOLLY SKILLMAN from the 1st district will address tho cit-Â¬ for several weeks row tUlJiMnuti IfcrUcfa Â¬ iror wHPetke who izens of Breckonridge county at Hardins crowd hero last Thursday mostly ReRobt Dowell accompanied his younger makes a specialty of Lv publican He made a talk of about two burg Monday Oct 12 1800 Let every Â¬ llpllepty has without brothor Edwin to Lonisvlllo last Thurs doubt treated oqd cur- Â¬ CLOViUlOUT KY body hear this able champion of Democ- Â¬ hours chiefly on the money issue He day where Drs Dugan and Strother ed mora case than any defen led Grovcr Cleveland for his firm living Physician hU Olllco in first house East of Cloverport Committee racy success is astonishing Dr P R WILDER of Louisville Will ness and complimented him for ordering performed a major operation on him at Hotel Wo havo heard o cases 1 M Hardins nfllrn In Timru ol sa years standing out troops to quell the Chicago riot St Joseph infirmary He is doing very cureu of Monday nnd TueBday of ovory month foill appropriations for Taylor and nicely The Commissioners Notice him Ho I DUbllsheaai nesdayand Thursday at Irvlneton and Meade counties secured through his Mooronns valuable Anele Aralmt Admlnitrato iUluiiiT J r1v TlHrPtl tn nil binrlo n fT 41 Trimbles Common Seme Churn influeuce were related which ho urged work Hiram Moorman e Pcfui tant J proved methods this ds Teeth uoHHivnlv nYiri Por Infanta andCbildren i ui was more than any former Congressman V Fralre is ray agent in this city The partes to thl action are hereby notified tha ease which hs souds the und r Igaed Commliilmer will fear nrrol m had done In fact he made a pretty good Loave your orders with him He will m and all oftlioiiufs In Ihisrauit a touching ntfofe larg t bot- - WioHlelii Hrdiuburg Ky beinnlnir - KHday stalls bet case out of his own achievements and attend to them and fill them promptly uMuiwum mm iu huh xno umes uom fllline tlo of his absolute cure reo to any sufferer October sd iSi and continuing- same tint I said HUT tifUtWt who may send their P O and Uiprcnj address PTCelaln CrWnB a Bpedalt promised to continue the good work if testimony It completed II Markiiikhry Agent We advise any one wishing a cure to address Olren under my hsnd thsstst dv or September returned I endorsed every word ho Breckenridgo County rrefWi WOO p 4 Cix St ew Y V O UAUHAOE Matter Com 1J leys tickit Election Tuesday Norcniccr U Mr Edwin Hodge Henderson was hore last week to see his little sons Misses Mattlo and Mabel Fhacklett have commenced music and are very much interested Miss Katie Mattlngly has spent sever Â¬ al weeks with Miss Ida Edmunds and said on tho financial issue but I had rather he had sized up the bright side of protcctontalked about extravagances class legislation and so on but then when we reflect that its monoy money money on nil sides no comment is in order Mr ChaB Wan ford succeeded Mr Lewis and defended himself against the attacks of tho Messenger and News nt Vino Gtovo for refusing to divide tlnio with Gus Brown He laid it at the door of the Committco nnd said ho would meet Gus at any time or at any place gUstN Mrs 1 Munford Back Home Again Frank Brown Brings New Ideas About Entertaining he Girls Growing Children One third of all the children die before they are five years old Most of them die of some wasting disease They grow very slowly j keep thin in flesh arc fretful food does not do them much good You cant say they have any disease yet they never prosper A slight cola or some stomach and bowel trouble takes them away easily SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos phites is just the remedy for It makes growing children hard flesh sound flesh not It makes soft flabby fat strong bones healthy nerves It changes poor children to children rich in prosperity z Mrs O KLewis is visiting her parents i in Paynesvllle Wo nro glad to report Mr Albert Thompson better Kit Weymuth tho grocery drummtr was in town last week Mies Rena Smith is visiting frleu Js in Stephcnsport this week George Smith is clerking at Georgo Nefls He makes a fluo clerk Jack Nt 11 of Louisville is visiting his brothor George Nell of this plnce Miss Annie Robertson is aide to be nut now after a slight attack oftj pholdfeer Mrs Eh Parr of Clifton Mills Ky spent a few daj sat Mrs AdklsEouu last Â¬ tNo See Our Line Â¬ CLOTHING Mens Suits 5 1 - 6 8 10 15 Boys Long Pant Suits Â¬ 350 5 6 8 10 Childs Knee Pant Suits 125 2 250 3 350 Mens Pants 81 2 250 3 S4 5 pair Â¬ OVERCOATS PRICES Â¬ Â¬ VEST - FAriv Â¬ Â¬ Mas come and with the fading Summer into Autumn trade revives and we are ready for To show our appreciation for our many patrons we give on eioi Monday October 12th 21 pounds of Standard Granulated Â¬ Sugar for Let every 100 Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair take advantage this rare This date be the first day of big court political speeches by able men for both parties be delivered The Horse Traders Union headquarters at Buzzard Roostwill be represented People from over the county be here and you want get into the Push you had better come too Special sale in every line on that day Come in and see we cant make you some prices that make you open your REMEMBER Â¬ Produce as good as money to Â¬ AT Very respectfully B F BEARD CO ilardinsbun Dei v Â¬ CASTOR A V fflifa Pits fiirpii jl I jl Jlli I r AW YRRS WILDER BSH HARDIN wfrmwitn o- - SebyttCtoand CC v tfJJJZ X DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky aasrvw x - j THE reckenridge ISews 7 1890 BRRGKEXNKLI1DQR In tho houso nfxi liio linuno tVy hands of thn enemy mid wo must tako possession of the heute In order to put miy good liicnKtiro Into ocrntlon and I lieg you In ovcry congressional district In this nation to sea to It that no man shall re ceivo n majority of tho rotes If you ran help It unless ho goes there to fight for the money of the constitution from tho lint day ho takes his sent until tho last day ho occupies n place In tho houso You havo lu this district n candidate You have lu this dlstrlit tho mnn who has been trlod mid not found wanting You havo In this district ono of the ablest ono of tho most fenrless ouo of the most elo quent nil votntes of this great cuuso Ills volcohns been heard all out this land mid you will bo guilty of a dctcrtton of this cause unless you mako JnKph Hlbley your memUr of eotigrei s at this election Now reniciiilier that this cause rests upon you Tho candidates can do but little They cannot fco all tho jieoplo Thoy havo not tlmo to address tho regiments of voters but commission ouch una of you as nlds In this great fight to como out and support this gosj el Irom row until election day Wo hno faith not only In tho Intel llgoncoof thn pcoplo wo lmo faith In that honesty among tho icoplo thnt enkindles nn enthusiasm which all tha contributions of nil tho trusts nnd nil tho syndicates cannot extinguish In this campaign Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS GLOVKRPORT KY PRESTON Merit talks tho Intrinsic valuo of HoodsBarsaparllla Merit In medicine menns tho power to cure HoodsBarsaparllla possesses actual and unequalled cttratlvo power and there Â¬ fore it haB truo merit Whrn you buy Hoods Sarsaparlllnand tako it according to directions to purify your blood or euro any of tho many blood diseases you aro morally certain to rccoivo benefit Tho power to euro is thero You aro not trying an experiment It will mako your blood pure rich and nourishing and thus drlvo out tha germs of disease strengthen tho nerves and build up tho whole system EDNESDAY OOTOBEU ANS CAMPAIGN SPEECHES AT ROCHESTER tw Dry au Ttofers to tha Talk of HI a fm nub iiu nil jiii ill tjiaiiy wruit imrtlon of your tlmo Tho trnln oh carries mo from von will Ixi duo In rut Unit qtiiirtors of mi hour llut It Is jnecosanry Unit n rand Ida to should do tho talking When I nm tlirotigli Mr nlotty will ntlilruM you and I bespeak Ihlin your cIoro attention jam a candidate fur tho highest ofllco 111 fgiftof tlio jicnplo of tho jrentest nation tho earth today mid as a cimdldaU for tfpnMtlon I aptiear licforo you not Toner to solicit your sulTrages ticcavtso yjtiro yours mid no ono lina a right to gyuu liow you will uso them or to bog fto present them to him as it gift foil uro freo mon Tho ballot In yours to i for defense of your rights for tho pro tlon of your Interests mid for tho wol ppf socloty How each of you shall uso ballot Is for you to determine and no l has tho right to complain provided ho st decide Intelligently how to vote onoy Question an Eaay One rovcrnniont rests on the Intelligence lltho patriotism of tho American people Ibolloro tlmt they nro capable of self Wo bcllovo that no question rernniout Qovor arisen that no question is beforo mi now and that no question over will iib which Is too great to bo submitted to rfcommon pooplo of America Whenovcr Jlid a man who nays that tho money eetlon Is a complicated question I gen Jly And n man who thinks that ho has do n specialty of complicated questions fenovor I find n man who thinks that f money question Is too deep for you I icnilly find a man who thinks that It Is it about deep enough for him rVhcnovcr I find n mnn who tolls you not bother about financial legislation I find nliii who wants to tako upon himself all 0ui tiering and to do your thinking mid ir acting for you But when I And such nnn I am afraid that I And a man who you will ho innot arts for hlmsolf bo Buro that be neglect hero Is ono thing that I 1110 about tho fceatea of bimetallism Whonover you d a man who believes In tho Immediate toratlon of tho freo and unlimited coin- of gold and silver at tho present legal 01 10 to i wiuiout waning lor mo or consent or nny otlier nation on you find ft mnn who tells you thnt Uovcs that that policy will bo good hlmsolf and believes that It will bo od for others also tllko that sort of candor Asl a farmer and ho rays iy ho wants bimetallism jecauso it Is good for mo Ask a labor jj man why ho wants bimetallism and Bays ho thinks it will bo good for n Ask ft business man why ho likes I mako my nctnllism and ho says of those to whom I sell not out of Therefore jso from whom I borrow mctnlllsm Is good for mo bocauso It en los pooplo to buy what I liavo to soil You nsk n professional man why ho fn rsblmetallsm and ho tolls you it is bo tfsb Ills business rests on tho producers wealth nud that ho cannot prosper un iiTtho producers prosper -- It11 lit A crt lll nfniuiu f 2j Docs ho say because It Is good for inf You nover hear ouo of them say Sit If yon nsk theso financiers why they ant n gold standard foiiio of them will Ujfyou that tho freo colnago of silver ould bo good for them but that thoy do rtjvant anything wlilch would bo good ijthcni Tliey say thoy want n gold andard becauso It is good for somebody KJ that they want it liecauso It is good rtho farmer becauso It is good for tho boring mun and good for tho business Ujyou Distrusts the Financiers PJt you nsk a flnanclor why ho Is In fa rof tbo gold standard and wliat will ho JYou tell them that theso pooplo aro will Ig to risk bimetallism and then theso minders rlso to tho full height of their dral staturonnd wiy that tho pooplo must iyo tho gold Mnndnrd mid that they will ijii tho gold standard down tho throat of pcoplo whether they want It or not bo- rsow my jtiwj they lovo tho icoplo as do you bcllovo that tins is tnoir son I nm afritfu it is not When I in man who says that ho wants a thing uso it Is good for lilm 1 thtnK that no n pretty natural sort of n fellow Hut ion I eco ft man who wants to uo soino ng for mo ngalnst my will nnd tells mo Is only feeling for mo I nut carorui to that ho does not reach mo 7ow my friends why Is It that theso Banders Romany of them lnslbt that tho 4o colnago of slhcr would help them but it tney no not wish ii uucuu hj wiu k ndard Is better for other pcoplo Why is I nm nfnild that It is becauso they nro It willing tj glvo tho real roasnus that aro lxjhlrd tho gold standard mid ibn submit thoso reasons to ft candid pco- - an iy Must TaUo Treo Silver Now When they toll mo tho freo colnago of er will bo good fur them I say Now Var 20 yoars no- ir chanco has come dlim to their story they have boon log- litlng for us at their own oxponse and I ftl that now tho tlmo has como to glvo em something good In return for nil that havo rocelvca from tnoiii l say our no has coma They tell us that tho freo lnngo of sllvor would lw good for them Well tell thorn now tnnt iney nuvo got accept thnt lilossmg nnu it nuns un will have to bear it witn lonuuue tv t ilco being considered by tho American poo Our oiiiionoiits liavo pronhoslctl and lvo legislated nnd lis n rosult of that leg ation nothing or tho gooa wins moy omlsed has como nnd ovll has followed in u wnkii of evorv net that thoy huvo In- guratcd ovll to tho pooplo for whom I puriioseu to ncr mm kihki iur mu who eocuroil tho legislation Dont Expect Syndicate Votes Tho platform on which I stand declares thn issnaneo of bonds In tlmo of iin lico nnd it donouncos trallleklug with ndlcatos to purolinso tmur support vi mo Hint pinnn wua iiuw pun leml treasury thero to catch tho votes of tho mon Who ilong to tho syndicates Wo expected that tnoy wouiu opposu uur tforill UU WO IX3110VO uiuv cratwho has prollteu uy mo uiiuuuuuuokk io govornmont nnu who win boniuso or our uoiiuucuitiuu tsrailalaaiw u shall rocolvo tlio votes oi IK1 HVVVHI ubllcnus who love thoir inn tliolr party- faith In tho ucsiro or untry for good govern- ii liio cannot bo any worse gumont that my frlond suggosts thnt wo tinot bo nny worso is an argument thnt Wo Jeremiah Norton an old gentleman living near this place was eighty six years of nge the 5tli of last March and lias thirteen children sixty five grand- Â¬ children and fifty five What man in this county or State can beat this Miss Deo Basham entertained quite a number of her many friends Saturday Bryan Talks of His Youth night at a music party with which overy Another thing Thoy hnvo complnlned ono was delighted Miss Dee is quite n thnt ouo of tho candidates Is young but I want to assure you that thero la going to clever hostess and does everything to This make her guests enjoy themselves and bo no childs play in this campaign Is n campaign which is earnest in which she always succeeds The A Voice Tho younger tho better nnd piano and violin music was excellent Btrongor politics some played Mr Bryan Beforo election day comes Soino argued every Democrat who opposes tho Chicago irnmes and others were very 1 usy ex platform will havo to muko known why ho changing ideas Thoso who attended opposes It nnd If ho does not glvo his real reason his neighbors will know why ho op- from a distance were Misses Ktta Allen poses It Dont understand mo ns finding nud Lillio Avltt Mefsrs Krousb of fault with nnybody who docs opposo our IreBton Henry Kurtz Will Hall and platform I not only rccognlzo tho right Clayromb of Webster nnd Will of ovcry mnn to uso his ballot for tho proArnold of Payuesville and many others tection of his own Interests and of the interests of socloty as ho understands thoso from near here interests but I regard It us his duty to uso cm YOU KNOW his ballot so That Otis Stifl would not take ch his regard It Hut thero Is nnother thing I us tho duty of a mun who wants to lea o overcoat to play snap his party to hao n reason for It which ho That Nick entertained Bobbie highly is not nfruld to wrlto upon tho walls so That Fannie thought some one looked runs may read I do not wont thnt ho who so cute him to sny that ho is opposed to tho Chicago tlckot liecauso ho loves his country 1 hat Dee was all smiles niter nino when his reason may be that his salary oclock nnd that she hardly knew wheth Â¬ from a trust may have more iulluonco with er alio was in tho game or not when him thnn tho wolfnro of his country IJonioiubor that I do not object to his some one made his appearance at the standing up for his salary but I want him door to tell you so nnd not to neenso us of lolng That a certain young lady said Mr anarchists becauso wo Intend to cut his Arnold had the softest hands she ever salary off I havo en touched My friends my tlmo Is up joyed liolng with you I havo recolvod InThat you could not play off on Henry spiration from tho enthusiasm which you In the farm yard game mo pleasure to manifest It has glon That Cora and Nettie met two young moot again my old friend ox Congressmnn Greonlcnf nnd I join with you In wishing mon him n speedy recovery from his Illness That Lillio caid ho did not stay long I must lenvo you now with ft parting aftor she went to talk to him word Listen to thoso who speak toduy That Saliie does not like to play snap Listen to thoso who speak In tho days that nro to coma And then when election day That Etta got her partner to play comes mnko out your ballot in such n way swing Johnnie that you can say to your ohlldron I am That Uettie and Irene would not play not ashamed of what I did in 180C rabbit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tor Into an ifibomto nrgiiment l suggest thoso two questions First is tho gold standi jd n Rood thing If tho gold standard Is a good thing why has uo political jxirty In tho history of tho United Htatcs oor declnred for n gold Now that Is n standard In Us platform My question worth thinking nliout friends tho fact that no jmrty in this great nation has over in a nntlonnl platform de clared n preferunco for n gold standard Is complete p rot if that tho coplo of tho Unit ed States Irrespective of party nro op posed to a gold standard If tho gold standard Is a Ixid thing then I want to ask another question and thnt Is why wo must submit to It until somo foreign nation comes nnd rescues us from Its evils If n nation Is not groat enough to legislate for its own pcoplo on ovcry question what claim enn It niaku to ludo poiuloiit government Tho nntlon that controls our financial policies Is more of nn oppressor than tho nation which stands over us with nrmy nnd navy to dofcat our political rights It lias been snld by others and I roiieat It ns my own opinion I would rather liavo n foreign general in command of our army I would rather hao n foreign admiral In rommniid of our navy than to hno the treasury of tho United States run upon tho KuroiMtin plan If wo had a foreign general at tho head of our nrmy wo could lu Si hours In nny tlmo of trouble enlist enough Amerlcau citizens to overpower our own army with If wo luul n foreign its foreign generals admiral nt tho bond of our navy mid tho tlmo should ovor como when it injured us wo could equip n nnvy that could conquer our own nnvy with nny foreign assistance that It might secure Treasury Influeno i Host Donerous But If you put a man at thn head of tho treasury department who bellovcs tho no- Â¬ tion must bow to the dictation of somo foreign nntlon ifud who submits Its finan cial policy to the decision of aliens you havo a man who exercises n disastrous Influence not only on tho worklngmcn hut on nil tho pooplo of this land nnd make of them vnssals Instead of freo mon nnd citizens When wo doolnro for a financial policy of our own when wo declare against foreign interference in tho domestic af fairs of this nation wo do not give just offenso to nny foreign nation I would dosplso tho Englishman or tho German or tho Frenchman or tho citizen of any land who tried to havo his government submit to tho dictation of any other country and I know that overy fulr minded foreigner In his own land will but respect us when wo rlso In tho dignity of citizenship nnd demand tlio right to govern ourselves If bimetallism is n good thing how nro you going to socuro It Just In ono wny You huvo got to socuro It through tho nld of thoso who want It nud not through tho aid of thoso who do not want It If you want bimetallism you mustact with thoso who favor bimetallism and not with tliobo who oppose It We bollovo in tho Immediate restoration of bimetallism that is In tho lmmodlato opening of our mints to tho froo and uncolnago of gold nnd slhcr nt tho limited present legal ratio of 10 to 1 and wo do not bollovo in waiting for ono year or ono month or ono day or ono hour or ono mo mon t to ask what other nations think about tho proposition Wo bcllovo that this policy will maintain tho parity between gold nnd sllvor nt tho ratio of 10 to 1 You may doubt tho ratio I caro not If you do If you nro hon Â¬ estly In favor of bimetallism you will rath er risk that ratio than join those who will not glvo you bimetallism at any ratio or at nny time I call your nttcntlon to tho fnct that tho advocates of freo colnago at 10 to 1 hnvo nlwnys boon willing to join with nntlons that nro willing to join with us Tho lino must bo drawn In this country between thoso who want bimetallism mid thoso who do not want It and you will hnvo to nlly yourselves on ono side or tho othor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Personal Free G4 pago medical reference book to any person nllllcted with nny special chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Addresa the leading pliy their eex 8cians and surgeons o the United States Dr Ilnthnway cc Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago LODIBURG Jeremiah Nortons Name Will Never Run Out An Elopement Miss Dee Baham Entertafnj The Thats Will Interest You Some from here will attend the Fair at Oweneboro Mr and Mrs Tom Squires of Sample visited relatives here Friday Tho correspondent from here last week made a mistake winch I wish to correct in regard to the protracted meeting at Walnut Grove It will begin the 21tli of October Instead of the 14 Several of our citizens attended the speakings at Stephonspoit nnd Irvington Saturday Hon David Smith and Hon David It Murray spoke at Stophensr ort and Hon Bates at Irvington All report splendid speeches A couple from near Preston by the names of Miss Cora Biddlu and Barney Noble boarded tbo west bound train here The Sunday morning for Cannolton parents of the young lady objected to tho marriage and so they gave them the The young lady looked to be slip quite young and told that she was only fifteen AT ERIE iw ir -- iBL cronaaTWt gold Democrats nuu Blurty in tins emu w ho prldo thorn Jog Irlmslnoss men UVIPUVUJBH uco tho wealth of uirceiiy ib oy must protoot fled g tho ticket nom- in bis liiiV ull appeal to mil- who will muko a UBUUWH his year nnd who will govornmont of tho pooplo i j pooplo and for the pcoplo shull not p ill from tho earth AV Soma Questions f Now I want to suggest two or throe uostlon for you to think About I can joly auffaest tuoaa I tnvajJO tlsaa to ear f tlmt tlio uopuuucuni of our ineriJHk continuation wining Htwlll no as tlionl Hfco RtH itrolliafll smilK IffornUw Speech Wherein He Urirea the election of Eemocratio Oontrressmen I think I hud opportunity enough on Inst oveulng to speak to you upon tho is sues of this campaign nnd this morning I simply duslnj to leave ft parting word Tho people This is peculiar campaign nro cngogod lu this fight bocauso thoy bo Â¬ llovo that the triumph of tho principles ropnisontod hv tho Chicago platform Is abÂ¬ solutely essential to tho wolfuro of our naThis is not morely mi nttompt to tion loouro tho prosldoney In ordor todhldo the ofllees nmong tho few of tho pcoplo Offloes cut no flguro In this campaign I bcllovo my experience bus boon rnthor an unusual one Tho pooplo who hnvo como to mo havo como with suggestions as to whnt enn bo done to help tho cuuso nnd no ono has yet uskod mo for nn olllco in I hnvo not discussed case I nm elected I shall not dis patrpnngo with anybody cuss pntronngo with nnybody during this A gonerul who in tho midst of campaign A groat battlo stops to negotiate ns to what position ho shall nssumo whon tho battlo is closed Is unworthy to hold any position after tho fight Nornfo wo satisfied with securing tho Tho president nlono Is power presidency Ho docs not ex losa to secure legislation press his approval until tho senate and houso have joined in i monsuro nnd I op peal to you if you nro Interested in tho success of our cause to uso your efforts to secure a sonnte and house as well as a presldont who U in favor of those reforms Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a perfect Liver Kegulator antl malarial and blood purifier Removes bil iousnt ss Cures chills and without purging makes the complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers The Single Oold Standard Oweniboro Mciengrr Mr Jesse Cashmnn and tUter Miss Nettle went to Stepbonsport last Sat Â¬ urday Mrs Joseph Itoblnsou lias also been indisposed but is uow recovering her usual health Political Guerillas is Dave Murrays name for the men who nominated Pal- Â¬ mer nnd Buckner Miss Lily Avltt our teacher has been quite 111 tut is well now and has resum Â¬ ed her school work Mr Eugeno Guilliland left for Holt last Friday to take charge of the public fcliool at thnt place Mrs N T McGlothlau and little daugh Â¬ ter Kvn of Irvington visited friends Hiid relatives here last week The teat hers of tho Third Magisterial district Itreckenrhlgo county assembled at SlepheiiBport last Saturday They agreed to adjourn early In order that all night have an opportunity of hearing the political speeches Supt Driskoll pn sided with his usual dignity assisted by Prof Chas Cash man Vice President of the Association Each teacher responded readily with his or her work which had been assigned and many beautiful and practical thoughts were presented Mis3 Nellie Simons read an excellent essay Where aro they which was enjoyed by all present while Miss Maud Bnnsley brought down the house with a recitation comparing mans labor and wages with womans Messrs Adkisson Tucker Burcli and McCub bins each gave new ideas on their differ- Â¬ ent topics A vocal solo by Miss Knimn Mosely was beautifully rendered also a vocal quartette by two ladies and gentle- Â¬ men Thanks are due Prof Cashmnn for soliciting the singers to favor u as the music was quite a treat We dined quite sumptuously with Mr Moselys family and shall long remembor the hospitality ol that home and ibj inmates Now Brer Babbage I dont know tha you caro about my writing up those free silver speeches as you was present and will no doubt delight your readers with a repitition of tlio remarks mnde But knowing that you nnd I do not look through the same glasses when viewing the money question I thought it more than likely that wo would regard those speeches In different lights but lam compelled to admit that the majority of your readers eo as you do There was a pretty good sized crowd in attendance but almost as many ladies as voters The Murray Democrats had their loyalty tested by having to receive Mr Smith as tho regular nominee But notwithstand- Â¬ ing their vain regret Smith seemed to make a good impression He is a well posted man attempted to prove facts by figures and would no doubt be a very satisfactory representative in Congress of tho silver element He is quite gentlemanly in deportment and language while addressing an audience which is a good argument in his favor llut Hreckenridge countys favorite sou is much nearer the hearts ot its people than Smith which is as it should be ns Smith is comparatively a stranger The speakers discussed silver and gold pro and con and seemingly settled to their own satisfaction and to that of the sllverites present that free silver is tho maic wherewithal by which we will be able to obtain 1100 for our wheat and 100 for our horses and so on Now I never did care much about a one sided political speech I like to hear political debates where both sides of the question aro presented I think that people should hear both sidts discussed by able orators as well as rend both sides at home When the speakers had Beeminidy exploded all the fallacies of the gold stand- Â¬ ard nnd reduced to nothing a few of the arguments which had been made against free sliver I longed for an able gold bug orator to be present and bIiow the absurdity of it all I n gretted to see those people disperse with what seems to me such a mistaken idea of the question How I wished that there had been pre Â¬ sent some of tli ose fine speakers who were in Louisville at the Palmer and Buckner notification meeting to explain to the people the dishonesty of wanting to pay the national debt in depreciated currency and the unwholesome effect that fluctuating silver dollars would have on our country and how it would destroy our prestige with other nations and could in no wIbo bent fit any one exceptiug the owners of silver bullion I may not be a wise prophet but it is the privilege of all to make predictions and after a cure lul study of tho situation It seems to me that the rupture in the Democratic party is a very serious thing and that McKin ley will simply inarch straight into the White House through this breach When the Democratic party surrendered to the Populists at Chicago it signed its own death warrant and I think no free silvor Democrat should taunt a gold Democrat with the prospect of losing his vote as tho chances are tquully as goad that he shall lose his vote also Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Merit FOR THE BIG RACES Talks EXCURSION THE STEAMEK MONTIEITH AND BARGE Will make an excursion from Stepbonsport way landings lo Cannelton H ooas Sarsaparilla rrerored only Rome on Cloverport and Is the best In fact the Ono Truo IHcod Purifier by 0 1 Hood ft Co Lowell Mass Hoods Pills MilXfiaiag THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 Giving all an opportunity to attend tho Big Races at per month Freight hrakeraen from 13 to 75 per month Telegraph operators from 50 to 150 per month Switchmen 1 50 per day Shop machinists from 3 60 to 5 per day Carpenters from 350 to 475 per day Blacksmiths from 3 50 to 150 per day Boilermakers from 4 to 8 per day Station agents from il to 200 Division superintendents 350 per month Trainmasters 175 per month Stationary engineers in mines or cm ployed on large plantations fiom 2 50 to 350 per day w 1th expenses and 3 50 to 5 per day without expenses It is usual for gold advocates for pur Â¬ poses of comparison witli wnges in this country to divide tlio Mexican scale by two on account of the premium in Mex- Â¬ ico on American exchange but such a method 1b unfair nnd produces n result wholly illusory No body urges with more vehemence thnn the gold men the doctrino that the value of a dollar is evidenced by its purchasing power It is undented and undeniable thnt the Mexi- Â¬ can dollar buys ns much in Mexico of Mexican products as the American dollar will buy in the United States of our products Therefore nil thnt the work- Â¬ ing man has to consider in this compar ison is the margin of saving above the cost of living permitted by each scale With expert labor that is much greater in Mexico tliau in tiiis country as the figures we have quoted will show Goldbug orators are in tho habit of comparing the wnges paid to indolent greasers for farm nnd ranrh work in Mexico with tho wages of our own skilled labor That is where the 30 cents n dny bugbear comes from Turning to the truo comparison in this case we find that in the Central and Mississippi Val- Â¬ ley States farm laborers have been work12 a month for fifteen to ing for years and the effectiveness of tlio man who gets 12 a month here is more thnn double that of the Mexean Greaser The latter when mploycd on the hncieu d t is alloltiil ii plot of land for his own purprtn H ulikli he holds rent free Tlii woikn g m in who will study the gll till ondiliuii of laborers in the UmUd StuVh mid tako cognizance of the thousands who ant without the ns uirti surauce of food and shelter for them Â¬ selves and families during tho comirg winter will not find any reason in t e situation why he should be friendly to the gold standard Oil the contrary he cannot fail to perceive that it is labors most dangerous foe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Cannelton Cycle Park Race Course Boat leaves Stephensport and Rome at 900 a m noon Cloverport at will return 1030 a m and arrives at Cannelton at 12 oclock immediately after tho races are over Fare Round Trip 50 cents from all Points THE FOX AND THE FARMER 1olut Air ISryan Itrtatrn a ralilu Wlicnuvor yon flml n mmi who in no iiiK to Kettle tho inptlon for you mid rollovo you of all euro nml anxiety you flml out whether ho U on your Hitlo or not Whenever I find ono ot Iheso fooil natureil men tlieu self Kacrillciiifj men when I find ono of theso who aro will iiiK to talco upon themselves tho think ing for all tho rest of tho people I am compelled to think of ouo of iEsops To it Â¬ Illustratn l r -- rWKS n vvvji t t TXl AT Iff is z7rz-c-- ivu r t v Louis RyCo fables Thero wns n farmer who was building a fenco to protect his chickens and a fox enmo tip to him and Kaid Dont bother about that fence You o on about your plowing and leavo the chick We foxes uudeiPtand tho eiiH to hi chicken huHiness Now my friends beforo you let any body do your thinking for you you bo suru that luntis intercit U tho gamo as yours Ono man cannot think for two when their interests uio different nor is a man a good jurigo before whom lo try ynur case if ho is retained on tho other Â¬ Â¬ LoulsYllleHentonSt 3STO TIMS SCHEDULE Tallin Effect At 600 oclck A IO I Sunday ar 22 1S95 Bound Train A IWil Bound Traim 41 fail Bxprs Kxprs Dally 6 45 7 SO 7 21 Mail A Dally 7 Mam 8 07 8 45 8 41 8 67 11 Mile STATIONS Kxprs hxpr Dally Daily 8 12 45pm 12 SO Mail 4I SPEAKING AT CLIFTON MILLS Jo M Fitcha Former Leading Republican in This County Is Now For Bryan and Silver Clikton Mills Ky Â¬ 30 180 Oct John D BAiiiiAOKCioverport Ky Dear Sir Tho Citiz ns Silver Club meets here Friday night Oct 0 W K Minor will Pleaso ad- Â¬ address us on that occasion I want to iwk you if tho small busi ness mon who havo been driven out of business by a trust I want to ask you if tho peoplo who having been deprived of tho nil vantages of competition aro mado tho prey of thoo who control tho market I want to nsk you if they havo not as good a right to jmlgo of what is good for them as have tho great cor porations wlilch havo theme thiugs in their bauds and want to keep them thuro Clas AifluMt Clabrt Talk about arraying ono class against nnother I want to ask you why it is that every Democrat who is interested in a syiilicato or trust or lias a salary from a railroad corporation is arrayed against tho Democratic party Why is it It is because tho Democratic party has declared against tho issuo of bonds in timo of peacu and tho trafllckiug with syndicate It is because tho Democratic party is opposed to tlio trusts and tho prices which tho trusts havo instituted It is becauso tho Democratic party be lieves in tho control tlio regulation nud tho restriction of all corporations so that they will seivo tho purposes for W which they wiro allowed to exist J Uryan We nro oppontd to llui colli standard becutiAo It has netur cnururriMl one benefit upon tlioe who produce tlio wealth of thu wurld William J Ilryau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 630in 7a2 7 7 tvUun pLar Kentucky bt Iopcllranch IrvlnKton Wlllowdale Rock Haven West Point Howard 00pm 7 4S II 45 765 811 912 922 1165am 7111 1160 717 1141 C5J 111 661 11 81J 8 20 8 21 8 37 8 45 yui HrandenburK Kkron 96 918 8 60 8 68 9 02 9 22 9 33 9 41 9 411 9 40 9 57 10 07 1015 10 2 10 2S 10 33 1035 10 4 10 51 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops bklllman Falcon Gutton Wehiter LodiburR llcrce sample Holt 1101 1051 10 42 10 3J 10 10 U IS til 1127 Ii 47 I13S 6 32 6 24 616 6113 20 1011 10 UJ 10 Ul 5 5 6 6 5 6 65 48 43 36 31 08 1015 10 25 10 38 1044 1100 10 11 C5 952 968 1102 1112 1121 1135 1142 12 1U5 1161im llawesville Petrle 9 9 9 9 29 61 40 ft 14 4 4 4 4 4 4 517 63 46 40 34 23 3J 25 5X Iewiporl Waitman Towers Oweniboro MattinLly Griuith Stanley 917 911 9 02 8 65 8 8 8 4 01pm 1215 12 21 12 12 12 12 1ates 31 25 418 05 3 65 3 41 31 Worthlnjjton 41 Heads 47 112J 1131pm 1254 Spottsville IIU 113801 Ilastett 1165pm 1 15pm ar Hcndern lv 1108 1115 il 0S 68 7 61 7 43 7 36 8 7 814 819 339 3 36 3 30 34 720am 316 310 3S5pB L II St L Ry Fofdsvllle Blanch TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun No6 No 1 111 EFFECT DEO Has 22 1895 West Hound Trains STATIONS vertise it in your paper AVe want a OIIIILU ii ir imiiTT urn Willi tllllllil 11UI BUTTKU 10am crowd We expect to Bwell tbo number of our club to 100 noxt meeting Advor tiso tho meeting pretty extensively if you hnvo spare Yours for Bryan nud silver Oct 0 1886 LOUISVILLK KY Shipper ihouM mark all package plainly with shippers nam and poit offljs actdreia Choice country Medium Creamery 11 60 12 05pm 12 12 12 S2 12 35 12 58 Iv Irvington Ar Gathcicl Junction HardlnsbiirK Junction Kirk Hound Train Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun No a No t 9 8 7 7 7 20am 10 60 40 SO Harned 715 BOOS 8 Jo M Fitcii - 10 10 9 16 110 128 135 166 264 2 20 2 30 2 43 3 09 Jolly Gtendtane Dempster arHsllsRoughlv Dempiter Hock vale Huth Oaks Mitchell 7 00 6 60 6 30 6 20 6 37 5 27 600 Political Notes Our opponent filT u they wunt cnud money Ho do we Wo want Rood money tliey but w dllTer us to M much what good I They wont u dollar o cuod that thus who liuvu the dollar cuu buy H great deal from Hioho who need dollars We want dollars that are nut o good that we cant get hold of them wheii wo tiavs wheal and corn to tell William J u FKATUKKS Prime white gooeo Mixed Old Uo 1 duok Freih 10H 40 25 41 35 XO Atkins 616 508 4 4 320 340pm ArKordsvillelv 60 41 4 35- a- 15 1 25 00 POULTKS liens per lb Spring Chickens per doi bucks per lb leeie per do POTATOES 253 12H 3 60 3 1 00 13 GRDVtS ltS l i 505 1 01 75 3 00 2 00 25 Ilryau The valuo of tho wlient product of tlio 1U country in 1B80 was 8174801HJSO Yet tliem value lu 1805 was 8J37038U0a were 3144GIIJ1 mora buihel produced In 1880 than lu 1803 Tlio Ilepubllcuu orator about that tlio decroato in price WIU they I cauied by overproduction pleaso explain tho abovo flgurcsT -- fllrutloaTtx PaO So much has been said about wages In Mexico and so much of whnt has been said was Inaccurate that a cursory glance at the labor situation there may not bo Politics Hot In Meade without profit In this Investigation Sikolktok Sept 20 Politics is warm The following is a statement f wages ing up in old Meade The political pot paid to certain classes of labor in the is now boiling in the neighborhood of Southern Republic which we quote Wlllett from a recent issue of the Mexican Her Â¬ Singleton Tho Hon B F audience of 200 here to day ald spoke to an Locomotive engineers from 160 to His subject was the money question the the Housel Capture 250 per month issue of the day We public The sennto is practically secured Locomotive firemen from 75 to 100 Alter the speaking was over a uryan have no fear but whnt tho souuto which of next year wljl bo and free silver club was organized with a per month convonos on Murch i IC0 per Passenger conductors In favor of tho freo nnd unlimited colnngo membership of orty voters I 8 Qlitsm of gold ond sllvor ot tho present legal ratio was elected- - Chairman and Nathan month waiting for tho aid or pf 16 to I without Freight condaptora from t93 to 900 consent of any other nation nn earth But ChUm Secretary U necWtx that we tXvM have the Â¬ Keader what has the single gold stand Hayo you more motl ard done for you Have your ey than you had last year Have you had wages been increased Are higher prices for your produce you getting a good price for your goods Hasnt every- Â¬ Are collections easy thing so far as you are concerned been If you are a growing steadily worse corporation lawyer or a railroad lawyer or if you are interested in a tiust your nose will go up in the air Otherwise if you are otherwise Â¬ Â¬ To mako the complexion good and the breath sweet use Dr Hells Peppermint Chill Tonic It purifies the blood rids you of malaria and Isan upbuilding tonic aiding digtstlon Pleasant taste nnd pleasant fleet 50c Guaranteed by all dealers Irish per barrel New La Hwtet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 ota blghtr Nary lleni per bushel HOOTS llnieng Senlca Bnako Yellow Wild linger Lady Slimier May Apple blood Timothy Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel 2 500 2 40 275 64 llnk Id 6 21 5 1 viHuk Wagei la Mf xico creased volume will denude gold of It appreciating qualities nnd lowering Its a bullion malts It also active vain money along with slle Under bimetallism our law will bring demaml Into exlstenoe and that demand will llx the price of silver We believe that tha demand furuUhed by 70000000 of people I sufficient to use all the silver William J wo can get to our mint Uryan Oold ha ben the pi Is of tha nan who board money silver ha beeu ho ined uw pf exchange among thosq upon whqu greatness vt every nation lms retted When a fold dollar Is forced SO P cant above Its truo vaVu tha labor It pay mast te forced to an equal extent below par there will not only be an activity of ver money but It uso In necessarily If free coinage of liver ho re enacted li- Â¬ 2i 2K 160 4 25 3 00 85 1 10 In Â¬ FIECD SHEDS per lusbal Aa Mlef esHsSatolTillCQ j 4t-- blue Orsu extra per buihel Onion Fell Yellow per buihel wait niDKS drain rood Dry Salt good Dry tint good Sheep iklas WOOL Orchard Orsst per bushel lllus Iran fancy p r buihel HedToppej buihel 85 1 55 25 3o Q 8 10 10 5J 9 11 40 Tob waibed ftreaie On Uurry Ulaok Hurry and Outs Tallow Sorghum Molasses - - 15 M 18 11 A 11 9u It Q 13 10 CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED rarlsitMlclnoCn TASTELESS ISJUSTASCOOO FOR ADULTS PRICE CO cts 8 MIS0KLLANK0UB K lentlemeiuVrxM t Tar MO 4U uruM already this ioutfi three It rear lu the year la all osrss-- 41xuYi XW - 4 QH Iiiula ol o article that cat Lever tHkm suM druir buaUwu bate lour Tuilft 1 suci uotvss iistlar i iMrC uiC THE BREOKENRIDQEl si rdfrl ft HEXWS OIvOVERPORT KY LYON A I HBOUT MEXICO Facta and Figures By Men Who Know Whom occnslonrl pnrolilal schools existed publlo educational rsteni lias boon es tablished and low no hamlet in thj rc publlo Is wltlioi t n no school conducted undor govcrnmc ntnl s ipor Islon Th s nt tandntico of tho pupils hi compulsory u idor tho statute and It Is n lilcd that when children liotwooa octtt In ngos aro employ ed In fctoryoi In a 37 Industry tho om ployor must gutrnnte tho ntfondnnio of such children upon nno regularly ottab Ushod school Tho bindlttl who mndo traveling In Moxlco Â¬ SILVER COINAGE A BENEFIT So Say President Oiaz and Consul General Crittondon siderable dangor havo wholly disappeared Ono may travel from tho lllo Oranfo to tho southern bonlor without an escort without a weapon and entirely without Tho former danger to Ufa nad property of tho brigands aro now member1 ono of tho flnost bodlos of cav rurnles nlry In tho world or havo becomo charcoal burners Whether this groat linproomcnt In Mexican economical nnd social conditions Is to bo attributed to tho stable government es tohlUhcd and maintained by Ircsldont Blait to tho opening up of tho country by rnllwnys of which nearly nil tho 7000 mllos In operation havo liecn constructed within tho last lBycnrsor tho lnvostmont of foreign capital or whether It Is duo to thu currency system bused on silver ns many nssert nro questions upon which I do not feel qualified to pass upon dogmatically As n matter of fact many things havo con tributed to tho present condition of pros perity Tho system of colnago upon which you ask Information was established by an net passed In 1807 modifying the old law Tho standard of valuo Is silver and the unit Is tho dollar Tho legal weight of tho dollar Is 407 8 10 grains troy 003777 flno nnd contains therefore 377 8 10 grains flno silver It Is worth In gold with slhor bullion nt tho existing prlco 53 conts My Inquiries show that thero has been practically no lncreaso In tho prices of pml slons clothing or agricultural produco or articles of domestlo manufacture by reason of tho fall In tho prlco of silver Tho only Increase of prlco noted Is In Imported merchandise to tho cost of which tho oxchango nnd duty nro added Moats aro perhaps tho only nrtlclos of food which havo enhanced In cost This Is attributed to tho fact that higher wages caused by Improved Industrial conditions hovo enabled tho peoplo to buy mere meat nnd thus Increased tho de Tho ox mand nnd consequently tho cost htenco of a small meat trust also contribThis prlco Is still uted to a higher price further added to by tho heavy special as Â¬ sessments or llconso fees levied upon tho butclicr shops In this city slnco tho abolition of tho old nlcabalas taxes undor which system of taxation all goods wares nicrchandUopgo tables and farm products however small brought Into this market girltas or gates of worn taxed at tho this federal district Tho depreciation In silver values and tho Increase In prlco of foreign articles havo had tho elfect of reducing Importations and greatly stimulating and strengthening Ilo lowing tho domestlo manufactures commerco of flvo years theso facts aro shown In IStO tho Imports amounted to 52018I68 nnd tho cxportstofO 27oil3 In 1815 goods to tho valuo of 31000440 wcro brought Into tho country and 00 851053 sent out Ijilmrcri nnd Their Wngcs Tho wages iiald laborers nnd artisans aro largely lmpnned Formerly workmen particularly ngrlculturnl laborers vero Now they aro paid In jiald In kind mowy In tl o caso of farm laborers It Is tho custom of tho country for tho employer In addition to the regular wages to allow tho laborer tho uso of a certain ncreago to raise his own food in many of the agricultural dlsflcts Instead of cmpljylnjr labor directly tho owners of haciendas follow what Is known In the United Suites as tho share system of cultivating their land TJiowj who wcro formerly practically Fcrfs now receive half tho crop they ralso Corn Is tho great staplo of tho country Ill considering tho labor and wago ques tion It should bo lxrno In mind that tho American skilled workman jiossosses on tho norago n much higher degree of skill In his trado thin tho Mexican employed In a Hlmllar ocatlon Tho American skilled workman also ierfoims much more work In a day than tho workman In this country Minister Itomero in an article in Tho North American Hevlcw In 1892 notes this difference Mr Romero says Tho Mexican laborer Is not ns woll fed and paid us thoso In tho United States IIo generally works until ho Is exhausted nnd Ids work therefore Is not so prmUctUo IIo is not on the wholo so woll educated ns tho neraga laborer In tho United States IIo has fewer wants to satisfy Tlicro nro less Inducomouts for him to work Thou thero nro certain cllmatlo Influonccs that havo their bearing upon them Tho days work of tho Mexican laborer represents only ono fourth of that accomplished dur lug tho samotlmobyn lahorcrln the Unit ed States A Mexican laborer working 10 or 11 hours a day accomplished less work than an Kngllsh or American bon iboror accomplishes In 0 hours and in somo In stances tho disproportion Is as 1 to 0 In tho ordinary occupations hero wages rnngo about ui follows for an 11 to 1J hour day Liborrs In larco cities from 37j to 07 cents jmt day In thu country from 10 to CO cents pr day Whoro win work nt tho former price nil als aro fnrnlilied by tl o imjiloypr If fool is i ot fur nlahed an nllowanro ut 10 to IS cents pur day U irmdo for ritlons Tho uvpruj o labon r will llvn and bo la pood strenstli on 10 to 12 cents ptr day and rapport his family on about IS conts Of couriio lm will havo a littl p it h of corn and bnns planted near bit hut mid tlxHiiwlll conttltuto tho larcoat part of his dally bill of faro Iuctory laborers unskilled 60 ctntJ to II kkllli d f 10 to I M0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- an undertaking fraught with con- Â¬ Cnr of Imprnvrmrnt Â¬ REPUBLICAN FALSEHOODS NAILED Commerco and Industry Havo Boon Stimulatod and Natural Ro- sourcos Dovoloped Normal Values Have Boon ities Remained Stable Main- Â¬ Â¬ tained and Pricos of Commod- WAGES AND THE COST OF ING LIV- Â¬ croxuhanga Our merchants nro conservative and careful and Kink and business failures aro happily raro In Moxlco under nny rlrcum stamvi As to wages and tho condition of laboring men considering tho nature of work and classes of Industry they com pare favorably with thoso In other countries Tho demand for skilled labor has grown with tho groat lncreaso in tho number of mills and manufactories This demand In all branches of laljor Is strong Tho added exchange lias not lmjinlred tho value of our dollar us applied to tho purchase of articles of homo manufacture Its buying power Is unchanged In this respect and prices for domestic merchandise and produce vary only according to tho supply and tho do Heavy Investments of foreign capital In Mexican enterprises hao boon made slnco tho appreciation of gold ulwiwliero Thero Is another point of view Tho foreign dobt of tho country is payablu in gold Tho duties on imported merchandise aro collected In slhcr or on that basis Tho high rates of exchange together with tho docrcaso lu our ciutoma collections be fore alluded to havo caused a considerable ahrlnkago In this source of ruvemun Â¬ Tho Now York Journal through Its spc clnl commissioner has received from Pres ident DIaz o tho republic of Mexico tho following statement of tho effect of tho frea colnngo of silver In that country I do not enro to discuss thu effect of the silver colnngo on tho material Interests of Moxlco with n view to Influencing tho result of tho coming election In tho United States Such courso on my part would lie wholly Improper considering tho frlondly and poaoeful relations existing between the United States and Mexico Tho present political lssuo in tho former country is tho question of tho monoy standard and I do not wish to bo regarded ns In any wiso at tempting to affoct tho out come I can glvo tho facts relative to oxlstlng industries and tho establishment of new cues in Mexico under ourllnanclal system and each may draw his own conclusions as to tho causes which havo produced sucli awakening in commercial and industrial nffalrs Ocular demonstrations of tho vast development may bo found by lilting tho cotton and woolen mills In our various cities Somo aro old others recently open ed Our paper mills and their output also furnish evidence of our material prosperity Until n comparatively recent period all tho pulp used In tho manufacture of paper In this country was Imported and tho piper only was mado in Mexico Now thu pulp and everything that enters into tho com Iositlon of tho paper Is mado hero Tho de partments of tho government will furnish tho exact data and statistics Miowlng tho growth of domestic manufactures and commerce Whllo our material interests havo In creas d steadily and healthfully for tho last SO yairs Rlncothoclosoof tho Indian mints and tho repeal of tho Sherman law so called in tho United States tho growth of Moxleos commercial and Industrial Inter ests has ljoen particularly marked Tho oonsequont appreciation In tho prlco of gold and tho Increase In exchange between Mexlio and tho gold standard countries at onco operated to rcduco Importations and gtlmuhtto homo manufactures Tho added prlco of exchange was In effect nn addition to tho tariff Tho lmiort- to tho original cost it ndirUexchange Our cotton tho duty and cost of and woolen mills already in operation were obliged to cnlirio their capacity nnd now ones wcro estab Ished Tho numler of o wratlvcs uucts nrlly had to lo greatly Increased To show tho falling oft In tho consump tion c f foreign merchandise It may bo Mid that tho year prior to tho Increase of foreign exchungo on silver our customs collections ut tho ports of entry amounted to f jaO OUOO Tho next year they wcro 000000 In tho fiscal year ending In 1800 our importations extoede 152000000 In tho fiscal year ending In 1S05 they wcro sllgl tiy in excess of 31000000 On tho other hand ouroxportatlons Increased In 1H00 1 they amounted to tliaOOOOOO and in lHti 5 to 00000000 There was noth ing in tho nature of a commercial panic consoiuont upon tho sharp advance in nil Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ noma constmoiion thinro tn ttit nignor especially thoso not grown or irnslueoit In Mexico but when those arc rot sldorcd tho costs average qulto well Sirvalits nro much chonKrt and when good inpsnro nli talnd they aro ns sorvlconMo and more contcntetl mldnm leaving the promises nnd novcr complaining of tho work Hotel nnd boarding houso rates nro about tho fomo In Mexican money as thoy aro In tho United States In American coin I havu hoard tourists sny thoy could get incds herons good ns nnd cheaper than In cities In tho United States Wheat 11 for 1150 pounds cotton 18 cents icr jioiind wool 87 to 8 per tirrobn Tho cost of foodstuffs Is of 25 pounds given lielow tho prlco unless otherwise Indicated lielng nt tho ixmnd rnto Codec retull 40 cents roasted and ground 60 cents wholesale 19 cents to 81 conts Denns American 0 conts Moxlcan frljoles 7 cents Com tl to 51 tO per IniMid It Is now high on account of tho short crop and Is worth ordinarily 1 cent tier pound Lonimrsl American 13 cents Jerked licef 05 conts Bait lh 45 cents Bait jork 12 to 40 cents Ham American retail 65 cents wholesale 42ctnts Native retail 05 cents wholosalo 27 cents Eggs nverape 23 cents per dozen Flour American retail 13 cunts Native retail 7 cents Wheat retail from tlCO to J 163 wr bushol flutter Amerlean TO to 73 cents Native unsalttd C3 t 63 ifiit Brcnr iuiiiorted nil i lassii 25 cents Na tive uncut 8 to 10 cints Native cut or cubed It cents MolnsscK ordtmry native 1 per Ballon Blrup mnple tliwr Rillon dripped of nil classes win n lmiMirtod M ptr gallon Bait table 10 cents coarse 3 cents Icppcr round nnd un ground 70 to fO cents Tea 123 to tSO Manufacture nnd Agriculture Mills for tho manufacture of cotton nnd woolen yarns nnd textiles lncreaso In num ber yearly and tho capacity of tho old onos has Ixxmi ndded to greatly Flvo years ago tho numlicrof factorlcsof thtschnracter In operation was 00 Thero aro upward of 1 10 of thorn now nnd about 8000 factories for tho manufacture of sugar nnd Its byprod uct brandy Various Industrial concerns Including paper mills tobacco factories tho now smelters and niotnl mills will reach 1000 In number Tho establishment of theso mills has caused n demand for skilled labor which Is met by foreigners nnd by tho training of tho younger natlvo Tho coming generation of Mox clement lco will show n marked Improvement on tho old In tho matter of skilled labor It may bo Bald further that there Is no lack of work Thoso who nro ldlo in this country aro usually so from choice nnd not from necessity This is trno In oory con dition of labor On tho windows or doors of mora than DO establishments In this city are posted today this notice Io sollcltan oflclalls which liclng translated Is tho familiar Help wanted Thousands of acres of land liavo lieon brought under cultivation practically re claimed from desort by tho railways tapping now sections and tho lncreaso In fruit production us well as other branches of ngrlculture makes heavy demands yearly for labor In tho production of fruit nnd coffeo thero bus been a great development nnd greater possibilities exist Lust year tho orango export was 400 carloads A con scrvath o cstimato places ltthls venrnt 800 cars or more Tho colToo trado flo years ago was Inconsiderable Iist year tho ox ports of coileo exceeded 012000000 It Is Ixillovcd tho product will retch J25000000 In 1000 Tho United States 13 Mexicos heaviest customer nnd buys moro largely with each year In tho fiscal year of 1803 4 tho Imports from tho UnlMd Statos were 1 1351 75 nnd tho exports to our country wcro Iu tho flsoul year of 18015 tho United States sent to Moxlco f 15 130307 worth of merchandlso nnd bought G7SW308l worth of Moxlcan products Tho lncreaso of Mexicos Importa tions from tho United States In tho year was less than 1000000 tholncreasoof Its sales was moro than C0000000 Tho Unit ed States occupies tho first rank In tho foreign trado nf Mexico receiving about 70 per cent of Its oxports and soiidln nbout 00 ier cent of its Imports In 20 years tho value of United States goods shipped to Mexico ha Increased threo times In tho BJiuo period tho merehandlso shipped from Mexico to tho United Statos his soxtuplod Thomas T Cihttekdun in value Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Why Tree Silver Will Adratioe Ilia Price Of Farm Products Mr I W- irtlrlelgli rxplnlns It lo a friend timely LovigviLiK Sept 8tli W You asked me to utato In n slmplo way wliy tlio freo colnnj e of silver will nd vnnco the prlco of farm product Tlio anewerlsnulinplo ono altliotigh thero may bo boido dllllculty In niakitig a suf llclently plain etateuiont of It You un deretand of course tlio operation of tho law of supply and demand as diternila ing the valuo ol commodities hcn ex- Â¬ changed for other commodities If thore be a large crop of win at nnd a email crop of oats a bushel of oaU will exchange for moro wheat than it ordinarily will Tho same law of supply nnd demand erates upon the yaluo of monoy Whut Is meant hy tlio valuo of money is not what interest It will hear hut its pur chasing power Tho rise of prices means the fall in tho value of money and the falling of prices means the rising of the yaluo of money If tho supply of money equals precisely the needs of tho people prices will neither rise nor fall But if the demand for money should Increase as It does from the increase of population and commerce and the money does not at the samo time increase money will become more valuable and it will take moro commodities to get it and it will take more and more just as long us the demand continues to outrun tho Bupjily The United States and most of the coun- Â¬ tries of Europe havo been on tho gold basfs since about 187a Tho supply of gold mined has not been sufficient to meet the needs of the increasing com- Â¬ merce with the result that money has gradually and continuously increased in its purchasing power and it will con- Â¬ tinue to increasa becau3o the gold supply is not and will not bu sufficient to meet tho monetary nettl Now suppose as was the case before 1873 that silver and gold are both coined as money thus it is obvious that we should have an additional volume of money and because of the additional supply it would hae a lessened valuo which meatm merely a rise in tho price of commodities This is a plain statement of what I regard as an obvious truth I am very truly David W Fulil igh - Miss Jennie Patterson to Roselln -- Recrp tlon Farmcrs Busy Spinning A Class of Thirty Pupils In Vocal Music The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ix Has Recently Boon Converted Into Modern Paluco it Â¬ Bennett went lo Fordsvlllo Tuesday evening Mr nnd MnUIIlllarylilvins moved last week to tho Blvlns farm James Ilelfner and family moved on thu Banuon farm last week Farmers areqliite busy culling up corn In this section of the country Mrs Han Is Is staying wllh Mrs A G Wright for a few weeks spinning Wo have had several light frosts dur Â¬ ing the past week but no damage reported Misses Mary Mercer and Bertha Mar low spent SaturJay nt Mre Vfekets the guest of Miss Bennett Mrs Lzze Houso has had a new roof put on her dwelling which Improves Its looks aa well as a value greatly Miss Hallle Wright entertained a nuuibir of her friends last Thutshy night All roport a pleasant time Mr Brasliear and Misses Hawkins and Patterson spent last Friday In Fordsvllle tho guest of W II Sargent nnd family Mr Koy Brasbear of Louisville and Miss Mabel Hawkins of Hardinsburg visited their aunt Mrs Pattenon last week A GWright accorapauledhy hlsslste-in-law iiPbday WP 2000 J W Lyons went to Fordsvllle Wed Â¬ H0II8 nnd entrances nro Marble and Tiling of tho finest quality nesday Ynrdg of Brilliant Now Velvot Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms Beat Lyons went to Fordsvllle Wed Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ Parlors and Uppor Halls n superior in rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout aro withont the South rnto of charges considered Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES S2 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller CLEAR AND EMPHATIC Tlirt In Jr Manager WANTED TO INVEST of Oold Were Anxlonn Tor Gov Â¬ ernment lloml It is natural that in n country Uko this whero nil power emanates from tho peoplo nnd officers aro chosen by tho peoplo tho peoplo should feol an interest in publio issues nnd campaigns through When a timo comes which thoy pass when somo great qnostion forces itself to tho front tho interest is doeponod and wo havo reached such a timo Tho monoy question has boon forced npon tho attention of tho pooplo by thoso who aro not satisfied with tho gradual appreciation of tho dollar but havo sought to hasten tho issuo It cer- Â¬ tainly has boon too rapid beforo for tho wolforo of tho people bu thoso who wcro tho beneficiaries of tho apprecia tion of tho dollar wcro not satisfied nnd nttomptcd to hasten its riso by action still moro hostile- to tho whito uiotal They havo not been contont to lot tho peoplo havo an incronsed volumo of money but they secured tho repeal of tho Sherman law nnd put nothing in its place aud then began to issue bonds be causo hard times had mado it impossible to invest money in enterprises Property wna falling and when property is falling pooplo do not want to invest iu property Holder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What William J llrjnn Bar of the Democratic Platform Â¬ 002I3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ maud Mtchuntos in f ictorle- - 1 3 M to K Machinists r itlnuy chop f JJO tu tj Mliurs OIJ cents to f 1 00 Iluiii1x nathc U to tW plcmbors Auurlcan fa to S btoniiiiiixons hinoltur men A Misfit ntitiiplinr Talk bout yoli beln hungry mid tho old colored man soi ui er iloso folks tint hab do inns remahks ter make bout pri vations dont fully rollo how liad do hongrlness Ma git Huo you over Inou o Ugc 1 to o without food Inquired tho nrin for whom ho works Has 1 lza boon whali n chunk or cohn braid ml r tn iVd liko or hull loo cream an strawberry fostlblo Couldnt - on got nny work J ih warnt no withls ter git Moan mer yuungnmssa was snowed up out wes an do snow kep u hohliu on nn n holdln on an do pen Moils kep ii glbbln out an a glbbln nut tell darwarut uulllii tall ter oat Massa had er hull bunch er monoy In is licit dat hod er Ijooii mighty willlu at ono tlmo ter trado oil fob er few pounds er jxihk chops Ef do rescue pahty hadnt como Jes when It did I reckon youd hab somebody clso n doln yoli errands hyah That shows how little money will somo times do Kvcn with an abuudauco of it you had dlflluultylukoeplng tho wolf from tho door Wo wurnt habbln troublo No null kocptn no wolf uway Kf wo could er jono out an coaxed er wolf ter show hUsolf roun dat doah whon wo wus so hongry Id cr laid fob lm wif un ex an wed cr had fresh meat foil sure I was jes wUhln fob Detroit Freo lros3 cr wolf Â¬ Illuikmnlths UWtoHM 11 LarpvntvrH ttO to 175 Furnaro niun tl to 15a Iron works 11 to f lUi JouiluN fj to 15 Stationary iiiklncors 1250 to J3B0 Bcetlon men CO to 73 cents foremen I1W BwitcUmcn tl 50 ltrlckluytrx Jl to IIS0 tl tu tlM Iliilur nmkiri tl to tS toll SO If Ilia roluta are opened nd allver U freely coined money cannot be cornered nor run corporation nnd speculative com lilnatloim control Its circulation a they ilo now SILVER OR GOLD tl to Tho Journal has also received tho follow ing letter from Consul General Chltton don Mexico City Sept i isoa W II Hearst Tho Journal Your request for Information as to tho condition of commercial Industrial nnd oclal affairs in Moxlco is similar to many other inquiries from cltlzousot tho United HUitf which I rucelvo tu my capacity of uonnul general It is imposklblo to Institute a comparison between tho onplo of tho United rittttes and thoso r this conn try Any men Attempt would bo futile Thoy aro wholly different In liablU of thought nnd In mods of life Tholr umbl tloni nro Ulvcrbo and tlwlr education nnd aro dlbslmllar iboro la no Mjulco iddidiou Inno of comparison 1 by Mexican Btandardi nuit U mm uro cojucjusjww would bo ruvched Krromxma vre wo to apply b Kngllah French German or American iyktiu of compari son Viewed from nny tandpolnt tho country has mado marvelous ctrhlea In tho last ten years IU growth In oommerclul Industrial And educational directions can not liorcallzod by ono unaorjualntod with Jtruin being a naÂ¬ the former condition tion that depended Urgilr on outsldo sources for supplies It has risen to a Jolnt where Its export aro In tna neighborhood of throo tlmu Its Imports Tho balance of trado lost year was In round numbers rly 00000000 gold In favor of Moxlco OldJndustrles liavo ktruugtlienari and uow ones have been toteblhjhaL Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ lUdlway employees who work by tho month liavo tho following range of wabos Locomotlro i nulnoers f 1M to tax Locomotlvo urmnin 75 to tlU PaiuieiiKer ooiductorn ttCO Frolxht condiKtors tia to t300 Frolubt hrukonifn 135 to W0 somttlmoa VS Telfgraph oiwrutors t50 to tl50 Itnllroud ntution agents OI to l XX Kullruad ill vhlon Muptrlnti adents tOM TralninaiUri1175 Bottcr than cither is a healthy liver If tho liver is 0 K tho man is 0 K His blood ia kept pure his digestion perfect and ho can enjoy lifo nnd act intelligently nnd patiently upon tho questions of tho day You all know what to take You havo known it for years It 13 Simmons Liver Regulator Other wages unit tbo IL3 Traveling rpruvntatlvvs from 123 to tJX and cx Mituui Ab enU from 73 to 150 per month As to tho cost of IMiur In Moxlco I find It In many respects much cheaper than In tho United States Tho manner of llfo ynado posslblo nnd tnvu necessary by tho dlmatlo conditions simplifies tho problem Fuel for Instance tu conHlderabhi nn Item of oxpenso In tho north U an iinlmiorUiit foaturo hero I doubt If many families ox pond so much os 1 10 per year inch for their Charcoal Tho average oxponxo for fuel for the better classes is about It 25 jier week Tho of lire or hcotlngnlono Is almost unknown Moats and fatty foods of wliat ovor kind Jionvy wrsilen clothing and otb er Items nbwHutoly ImllsjicnHablo to life nnd comfort In northern illmutos nro not pideil here On tho contrary they are pvon detrimental to health In general I find living In fho City of Mexico about oi roasonablo as at my homo In Kansas City There aro maiiy articles tluit cutvr into Offloo chirks IIO to IJUO Bti noeraphiTH 100 to pur month 1T5 ptr month or Kim havo found it of etcrling worth It h and always has been put up only by J IlZollin Co Tako nonobut tho gonuino It has the Rod J5 on tho front of tho wrapper xind nothing elao Js tho same and pothing bo good ui For years you and your fathors if they could act for themselves but Witt and family that being impossible they must do tho Kev Farris and daughter of Horse next best thing nnd act through somo Brauch visited Mrs Quisinberry Satur- Â¬ ono olso and tho beauty about our form day nnd Sunday Bro Farris delivered of government is thnt instead of acting two very interp iting sermons at the Bap Â¬ through somebody who rules by right divino our peoplo net through represent Â¬ tist church whllo here atives whom thoy themselves choose nnd W P Bennett has a class of tidily whom thoy can turn out of offlco when pupils in vocal music which meets every over they got tired of them Sinco tho Saturday and Sunday nt the Bnptist public officers aro elected to carry out church Mr Bennett Is a splendid sin Â¬ y cur ideas it ia important thnt you shall ger nnd thoroughly understands his know first for what your candidato second will ho carry out work and if tho right interest Is mani Â¬ stands nnd thoso policies if olectod fested by the pupils their is no doubt Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic cures I believo iu the platform not because chills permanently A sure appetiz r but what the class will make rapid pro I stand upon it I beliovo in it becauso A peifect blood purifl r it presents doctrines which I bclioved A complete gress strengtheuer Dr Bells Peppermint Mis3 Jennie Patt irsou enttrtained a in beforo they were written iu that Chill Tonic will give color lo the face number of her friends last Friday night platform And I havo reason for tho and chango that eallow complexion to a iu honor of her cousins Miss Hawkins fuith which is iu mo It is trno of every platform that it embraces a largo uum healthful rosy hue It corrects disor Â¬ and Mr Brashcar those present from a b r of subjects becauso at all times gov ders of the stomach and aids digestion distance were Misses Mat Milligin and ernmen s cover various questions but Overcomes nervous depression and low Haynes Messru G W and Henry Mil it is also trno that in an election thero spirits It will restore exhausted and ligtii Ernest and Artljur Ford Ernmett is gouornlly ono issuo which rises nbovo nuroing mothers to full strength and Haynes Willie Millerand Myrtle Floyd nil other issues and which moro than any other engrosses tho thoughts of tho energy and makes children fat as pig pi oplo nnd of tho party Guaranteed The citizen takes tho paramount issno I had chronic diarrhea for ten years bjs L W Kichleiu a justice of the ir nny campaign tho thing which ho thinks moro important than other la Free Silver Negroes in Missouri peaco at South Easton Pa No remedy st cs atd by thnt paramount issuo ho Of the 15000 negro voters in the stnte afforded me real relief until I was indi tcrmiuos his nlleginnce In this cam of Missouri representing all classeti o duced by Chas T Kiiian the druggist to pidgu wo havo sullerod somo desertions labor and various trades and professions try Chamberluinfl Colic Cholera and Why Becauso our platform departing it is not fair to expect these voters to be Diarrhea Remedy It cured me aud for from what has somot lines been tho cus a unit in either local or nattirHl politics a year I have had no return of the tom litis been straight clear and emIt is expected this year that negroes will troublo It has also cured many others phatic on tho leading questions bo found in all tho parties representing among them old soldiers who Lad conall tho diesesaious iu national politics tracted the disease in the army and giv- Â¬ TRUSTS THE OLD SOLDIER As a race thero is not an issue In this en up all hopo of recovery For sale by nrynu Doe Not Ilellevo That Tber Will Vot For Gold Slaverjr campaign that affects tho negro As a A It Fisher druggist You say you wnnt a lit tlo about tho part of tho common people he 11 affetted od soldiers Well my friends tho cri as a commoner The question of tho hour A Swell Affair sis which is approaching now the quesas tho qtietion of ages has been is How Iiivinotov Ky Oct Ii 1800 Ono of tion bofore tho country now appeals to to Live nnd in this form this campaign tho old soldier as much as it did in is presented to us This is a campaign tho most delightful events of tho season H01 in in our vicinity was an elegant birthday willing If the men out this country wcro of education in which the negro is only to march upon tho Hold to asked to play tho part cfan intelligent supper given to Mr Joe Bandy by bin s lstttiu a government of tho peoplo and parents on tho evening of Sept 25 It by tho peoplo I want to know why they citlzn and voteraud to casthia inteiests Invitations c uniot givo ono day in tho year and with other interests to the very best being his 1st birthday were Bent in many directions to his tnat election day to stand by a govern Interests of the whole couniry ment of tho peoplo nnd by tho peoplo Believing as wo do that the adoption friends none seemed to decline the kind still Tlio invitation crowd numbering of the Free Silver platform is for the My fricudr I am not afraid that nny best good of tho common p ople and biiveutj tlve people At an ea ly hour nan who risked his lifo iu his nations many voicts were heard chatting iu tin t specially tho negro who Is th Lchalf is going to bo influenced by tho common laborer we have issued this call for a lovely decorated and brilliant lighted crgumuits that aro addressed to tho sol meeting of the negro advocates of tho home until Joe realized that they were ciera now by tho fiuuiioieiH who during Freo Coinage of Silver lo held at all spending a delightful tlmo and were tho v n wcro looking out for themselves end letting tho soldier lookout for him Kansas City Jlo Wedne da Oct 7 causing him to feel that such a birthday self I am not afraid that tho men who 1800 for tho purpose of organizing a was iiuciinmon to all Soon the doors to a lovely dining room were willing nt that timo to endure the state leaguo for campaign worlc nngets of wnr becauso they believed Fknbst D Lynwooi Ed Tie Future wreo spread open whern tho guests were that tho blnck man Hhonld bo free I seatid to one of the luvlli at tables ones im not afriid that theso men nro goiug State Ciias J Walker El The Silver eyes could behold The supper was to allow the hosts of tho gold standard aeived iu courses many praises went out to enslave 70000000 of pooplo whites Herald dishes until tnd blacks iu this country II It GnAiiAM Ed Mirror St on the favorites we are sure there was nothing hut what Tho Viuci- - of tlio JUonki Joseph was much praised It IS not Until WO COniO to thn nlnvnntl Geo B Vasiiok Ed Negro World We know not how wo wish to speak and twelfth centuries tlmt wo moot with St Louis any gaidin records in ICnglund nnd thon Chas F Cautek Ed Times Spring one kindieiuembered word to the young only In connection with thn monnstcrlos man who realizes that when we enter the 1 lio incnka were nion of pciico If field not mon 21st year of our nge It Is said then we of lolhure and tho storms that swept tho K msas City Mo Sept 18 1890 csuntr- - left thoin unharmed In thoro The above movement is on the right aro ours to do make or say as wo choose glous housos vogotnblas wcro nn impor uno ino war is over the negro but we will say Bell cton the pleasant t mt Item of dlot and no doubt tho corro should open his eyes to the fact that tho and happy night your parents caused Bpotulonco that waa carried on with Italy enabled tlio members of the different fra quesions involved in that struggle and you aud your many friends to speud ternities With many of your friends encouraging to grow in this country to dlsoovor what those of a strictly political character with tho best chanco of success words you have mine Thus the monka boenmo tho only really which grew out of it are dead Issues A beautiful gold baud ring was pre Â¬ skilled gunlonera In tho land nnd In tho Tho colored workingman is interested in wyrtycrdor plant yard of thonbboy the great question of money just as his sented to Joe by hla mother a r resent or thu priory wore to bo found vegetables which any one can carry with them in tlio hurba wMto fellow laborer and producer Is used ns medlulnea nnd tlio flow era for tho docoratiou of tho nltara whllo A system which grinds the face of the every dajs walk of work hurd by mid also undor tho control of tho There were present a number of peo- Â¬ white laborer is even worse when ap Â¬ fc urdenarlua wus tho ortyord or tho plied to tho colored for he Is still poorer plo from Bewleyville Irvington Gar chcrryycrd with tho fruit field and Guston towtrnciwof thoso grounds now remain and const quently ttill moro easily hurl but tho sito of tlio orcharda grunted to tlio If the colored man will not consider the priory of Ilanthoiiy by King John la faas it really Ip he will not be situation Why suffer with Coughs Colds and miliar to us ns nlso nro tho former vino deceived by sickly sentimentality or by LaGrlppe when Laxativk BkomoQuinink jartlaof tho nlibota of Gloucester Tho torracoa whero songs of the war The Nat Bimetallism will cure you in one day Does not pro Hill 11a U la tho vlno3 grew on Vinoyard atlll called un easily traco duce the ringing in the head like Sul- able though thoso wcro somewhat disturb Puducah Ky may well feel proud ol phate of Quinine Put up In tablets con ed In tho days of tho alegobynn earthwork thrown Messrs I venient for taking Guaranteed to cure nnd tho up to command tho ford at Over Bomo of her enterprises jrrcat trunk roada Son of Kimble Ky write to or money refunded Wilson Price 25 Cents Wales Quarterly Hovlow loading from E E Sutherland Medicine Company For sale by A It Fisher the Effect or MoUlnleT Klcctlou Wo wrlto this to certify to as follows What then ia to bo the upshot of tho No Longer On the Fence wonderful aud grand good results the campaign it tho syndicato candidato ia from your Dr Bells Pine Tar Ilonoy LouisviixK Oct 2nd 00 elected1 The perpetuation of tho gold Some weeks ego wo saw a standard moro bonds which is selling faster than any in diclne DmnSw to suitnlu it we ever Bold People who never traded notice in your paper to the effect that lower pricca aud tho further robbory of at our store havo heard of It and come motof the Breckenrldge county boys tho American producers for tho benefit from adjoining counties for it One case now living In Louisville were for free of tho British manufacturers As Dr Otto Arcndt tho irroat Ger in particular Is that of Mrs Smith Wool silver or on tho fence You quoted Mr drldgo of this place who was bo afllcted Pull Feamnn II W Herndon and Sam man bimotallUt woll saya tho Ameri with tier throat for oyer Uo years that Ouerhacher as belonging to this class can produm and wago earner who falls to vote for Bryan cuts she could not speak above a whisper And I am glad to eay to you that as far Atlanta Constitution hla own throat After she used tho first bottle of Dr Bells aa Mr Feaman and myaelfare concerned The act of 1873 dropped the llrer dot she could talk aa well we will vote forAVllllain Jennings Bryan as ever and the ago la such a wonderful and all the members of Herndon Carter lar from the itandard coinage of the country and whether thli not be contd euro that her neighbors come in to see Co aro for freo silver except ono ered a crime or not there U no donbt of for themselves and are astonished to Yours truly U farreachlos and dleaetroae conic Ipn y W Herndon All dealers sell it hear her talk qaence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ to Fords- Â¬ vllle Wednesday to board the train for Irvington where alio goes to visit It D Jennie Patterson went officer wai but n public servant and I think it is an Idea which wo ought nl ways to bear in mind It is woll for tho In other officer himself to roracmbcr words a publio officer is simply a hired man employed nt a fixed salary for a certain tlmo to do certain work Ho ia not iu office merely because ho wants to bo His only reason for being thero ought to bo that thoso whom ho sorves wunt him to bo there In other words tho officer is merely chosen by tho peoplo to ilo work which they must havo done nnd thoy havo no reason for choosing him except that they boliovo tint ho can do thnt work for them Officers nro not elected to think for tho peoplo tho peoplo nro supposed to think for themselves Thoy nro oloctod to net for tho peoplo simply becauso tho peo Â¬ plo aro bo numerous that thoy cannot net for theinsolvcs in thoso capacities An officor I might say is a necessary ovll It would bo better for tho peoplo I learned early in lifo that a publio it They want to invest in money nnd when monoy wns idle and thoy could not find profitable investments in enter- Â¬ prises some wanted to draw a good in Â¬ terest on it in nafo investments In my judgment tho o who wanted a safo investment and wanted government bouds issued were to n lnrgo oxtout re- Â¬ sponsible for tho result In our platform wo have declared against tho issuo of bonds in times of peaco When you como to consider theso questions tho intorcsts of tho peoplo who must pay taxes with which to pay the bonds should bo con Â¬ sidered rnthcr thau tho peoplo who do siro to profit by taxation wrung from a peoplo nlready overbnrdoned Wo know when wo put tho clause in our platform against the isuo of bouds wo should loso tho bondholders but wo want tho peoplo who pay tho taxes William J Bryan llrjan on the Peoplee lllghts When men array themselves against society society has a right to nrray it- Â¬ self against them When syndicates try to run this go eminent tho peoplo who aro opposed to cyudlcates have a right to array themselves agaiust them and 110 abuso that their ugents can heap upon us no names that they can cull ns can drivo nt fiom what wo couceivo to be not only our right but our duty to defend our homes and our firesides agaiut their invasion The Vote In Vermont Tho reports sent out by tho telegraph associations concerning tho Vermont election nro misleading Tho facta aro that in tho election for governor iu 18U4 the Democratic candidate Smith received 14143 votos and this year Jack- Â¬ son received 14905 a Democratic gain by the only fair comparison that can bo mado of 70S votes Â¬ Worth lis weight In gold Eagle Eye Salve Sutherlands Are You lj - Afraid TO READ DOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question Â¬ 1 Â¬ Silver versus GolcL It h progressive liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses Every broad minded man should read it whether Republican or Democrat y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i cent everywhere Subscription for Ono Month Including Sunday 40 conts Two Uonths and a Half - l0O Send subscription to I Dally HYORK JOIL The New York Journal Circulation Department NEW Â¬ -- IkI sSSffis fctJfcrtJU VVflriwsi jwrvwrw Mr i r W V JijwsW 3tJifwAflttli -- aaiaiG3Ji2 to take charge of her echool In Indiana Indiana Is up to the front In education and tho fact is we are very proud that wo can send one of our Cloverport girls over there to take charge of her public echools u w Awarded Highest Honors mm baking powder MOST A pure Grape OR Worlds Fair Mlaslda Welsonberger left Saturday BRYAN AND rflEE SILVIA L H A W TIME TABLE noma Grand Rally at Stephonsport Prominent Speakers and En- Â¬ thusiastic Hoarors Iiinod Dally art IlardlniburtlUl pm 7i3U tui Tutf s Pills am tmmmmmtNmwffiftltmmmmM COINS I11T assanger Dili arr Ilardlnsbarg cream PERFECT MADE Crcim of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 7 1890 WEDNESDAY OCTODKK LOCAL BREVITIES Clothing clothing Vesta Candies Cakes Ac at Iteidel Cofl Money saved to you on an oyercoat Vest FrcBh Doughnuts Saturday at Reldel Co -- VefcVfall goods Money geULJIJue - r betmln clothing new line of JjfffJsUaAl V Duncans The Ttxas la building a new depot You ran net a good ten cent lunch at Iteldels Cog Rev W B Kutledge went to Louis-Â¬ ville yesterday We are chuck full of Mens and boys clothing Vtst Tor quality style and prices go to Mrs II V Duncan Mrs II V Duncans line of millinery can not be surpassed Folice Court was in session Monday no cases of any importance Tiie merchants report Saturday as a good starter for the fall tradoj The milliner Mrs IIVDuncanhason display a beautiful line of fall goods Mens Meeting Sunday evening at 4 oclock at the Presbyterian church Go to the new milliner store above Sulzera for new hats at reasonable prices AVm Beavin and Alex Boyd have riven their businees house a new coat of paint How about an overcoat dont you comteinplate making a purchase see us Vesta woman at AddiBon Simons wont to Louisville While returning Monday evening on tho packet he was taken suddenly ill ami remained unconscious for more than an hour It was heart trouble He was better when he arrived home yesterday morning C S Crosson who without nutrition is certainly posted on tho cause of free silver has taken tho stump and is open at all times for engagements to debate with any one of tjie opposite side He spoke to a largo and enthusiastic crond Saturday night at Dukes The wedding of Mr Thomas Miller and Misa Lela Jolly takes place to day in Hardinhurg at 2 oclock at the residence of Father Gabes The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr Wm Jolly this county she has many relatives in this city The groom is tho son of Air Lafe Miller a prominent farmer of this county May their union be one of hap piness and prosperity The Nkws ex tends congratulations to the young couple Mrs Wellington White a returned missionary from China but now of New York gave a very Inten sting and instructive lecture to a good audience Friday night at the Presbyterian Church She was a missionary in China for ten years After the death of her husband sho returned to this country and has been engaged in lecturing throughout the United States for the past six years Mrs White carried specimens of some of their worships and had a pair of shoes showing tho way they torture themselves She is cortainly an entertaining Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Waldo Monday woman GLENDEANE Grasshoppers Klncheloe Destroying Wheat Jimmle Hardlnsburg and Mips Jaklo Owen Were Married Thursday John Deane is in Louisville Mrs Jake Lesher is convalescent Wade Pile was here Sunday from Burns r - Without excpption the most stylish can be tuiUd at Miller Xightfoota Wiley Rutledge son of Rev and Mrs Rutledge who has been very ill is very much better Henry Hickerson Sirocco renews his subscription and says hurrah for the Nuwd and free silver Clarence E Keith has been awarded the contract for furnishing stone for the Laitchfleld court house at 1510 Consider the hard times and when you come to purchase millinery dont fail to visit Mrs II V Duncan Millinery and dressmaking above Sul zers store New goods on display every week Mis3ea Calloway managers Rev S G Shelley and wife are visiting his old honw He writes that ho will begin a protracted meeting about Nov 1 Capt Marion Ryan is quite sick at his truie in Louisville Ho baa been con- Â¬ place fined to his bed for the past three weeks Clint Willis was too sick to leave James B Pace Jr has returned from home Sunday Guess somebody will Richmond Va and will his home in - know now why she was disappointed purchase tobacco here again this bea- that day 8011 Dewees returns to day after Mrs Tlio Young Ladles Parsonage and several days in Louisville She waa buy- Â¬ Home Mission Society meeta at the ing a new and line lot of goods for fall Methodist church this evening at 330 and winter trallo oclock The Maltinglys finish their sawing at Mrs S O Yeager while coming out Robertons spring near colored church l Jier cellar yesterday afternoon at her to day Thoy have sawed a great deal readonce slipped and fell and sprained of lumber there and will at once locate her hip somewhere else Mr John Taul of Oklahoma who is Before these items aro printed Prof visiting relatives at Balltown will deliver James Tucker will have come exhibited a free stiver speech there in Tauls and gone He is billed for Glendeane jschool house Saturday Oct 10 Tuesday night Prof Tucker is well Wanted To Exchange two gook work known in the county horses and one good work mule for cat- Â¬ Joo Mattingly is preparing to enlarge tle or hogs or will sell cheap for cash his blacksmith shop Our two smiths Apply to L D Aiidisok Addison Ky are bucy all the while and indeed Glen- Â¬ Wo cant nflbd to have you misled deane is all activity and buzz with work about the fall styles of millinery Our for every man who desires it lino comprises all of the newest styles A very protty quiet home wedding in hats this season Miller it Light waa at Mr Willie Owens home last foot Thursday when Mr Jimmle Kincheloe Coal I Coall Coall New Falcon or drove down alone from Hardlnsburg Old Falcon lump coal delivered at 7 and at 4 p m became tho husband of cents per bushel nut conlC cents per Miss Jukie Owenone of our most charm- Â¬ bushel Now is your time to buy R ing young ladles Rev Rutledge ofllcl B Pierce ated In the marriago lottery they as the winter approaches the necessi- Â¬ have both drawn well May many marty of clothing is essential Remoraber ried years bo theirs when your boys need to bo fitted outthat First school month closed with an en- Â¬ you can get almost any style at Vest rollment of 140 Lowest number in at Â¬ without much cost tendance fifty four highest 130 The driven by tho late ton who stand highest In attendance Old Stonowall Thomas Holt Holt Ky and foaled in deportment recitations are in tho follow- Â¬ He would have ing order 1800 died last week vn thirty oue years old next April Robert Moorman Mary Moorman Eddie vetXas one of the oldest horses in the Moorman Alma Mattingly Martha L Powell Bailie Robertson Eliott Moor Â¬ vliuwh Ella Robertson Daisy Deane M BateB of Mattingly leaves man been ete moorraan Jr crowd fetW Georgetown College to pre Henry ministry He is a IftheNrwahas a reader who wishes meudous vV or lne then endedVerving young man and tho secret of growing beautiful that one help of big friends In should come to Glendeane and g t upon and the air Utopias Hill at 7 a m and sea cur ing bats and ho is undertaking Btration Mr lias Eold his store at Holt school girls gather In Trui tis they directly befoi Mr Gross is in Louis- - have enough of the natural but with fled smile on purchasing a now stock early rising stirring about brisk walk- Â¬ in his eyesjd will have charge of the ing and refreshing luvlgontting horse Â¬ hand ji0H will leave in a short back riding they have all the addil glow hja family to spend tho win of health and beauty of factt ami man Â¬ u with ner that could be di sired Four oclock Jer In California rifting and a gallop of four ml lea to school with mind activity through thu day are SUftt llM better than all the lotions powders and tall SS7 preparation la exitance u Â¬ Vic Robertson is right sick of billlous fever Miss Luttie Moorman is visiting in Louisville Mrs W J Deane is in Owensboro visiting this week Stanley Mattingly went to Hardlns- Â¬ burg Saturday to see relatives W O Moorman and sister Miss Sal lie attended preaching at Jollys Sunday People say grasshoppers are eating wheal which was sowed early and is now up Mrs F J Curtis leaves this week for Kansas City and Wellington Mo for a protracted visit James Armstrong will movj this week fromD O Moormans farm into Glen deane property Dr Jesao Moorman of Cloverport Ho found plenty of was here last week work in his lino Jiacinto Marino an Italian ex resident of Gleudeaue came back Sunday from Constantino to visit friends Judson Owen is building a new dwell- Â¬ ing on his farim The new house is near the one in which he now lives Jarboe Bros of McDaniels boarded the train here Monday morning for Louisville to buy fall Btock of goods Postively no goods sold on Sunday is a good sign upon a store front and we are glad to see it adhered too at this V anj OASTOBXA czU HARDINSBURG Last Saturday was a great day at Steph The sliver men and silver eimprrt women wcro out en maiwe They came Goods going cheap at A X Klncheloe Bilious and Intermittent Fevers in wagons In buggies on horseback and Tho court of claims is in session this which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ by train Fully 600 people were present week tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ Big lino of shoes and hats at A X They wero plain honest farmers with their wives and children all eager to h ar Kincheloe ied by derangements of the Clarence Walkora family aro visiting something about the great questions now Stomach Liver and Bowels being dlecusHcd in the campaign ll In Ohio county Dr J 0 IJinh is In tho city stopping was not Idle curiosity that brought them of They came to listen and learn When at the I niiln hotel The liver is the great driving men nod women sit for two bourn under The bll writes are red hot for Bryan wheel in the mechanism of the broad open canopy of heaven with out at Goose Hollow thu sun beaming down in his unbroken Circuit court convenea next Monday man and when it is out of order m Call for something wanner to wear to lircnk oil sraj a on their hare heads while they lis The docket is a light one ten to catcli every word from thu speak MIbs Beatrice Burks of touisvilli la the whole system becomes de- Â¬ the cool chilly blasts ers lips it is conclusive evidence that vMtingMre Robert McGiiflln ranged md disease is the result they are Interested and want information Morris E jkridgo has taken thu stump A that Mill enable them to cost their bal Â¬ for M cKin ley and Bound money lots right in the coming contest Dr Will Gardiner arrived here last The gT A splendid line we have that will open your eyes when Cure all Liver Troubles people were never so much interested as week from Coloiado to vlelt his family g you see them and learn the prices Dainty Fashion they are now They are doing their Mr Herman Lcichart of Vine Grove designs than gnever designed more prettier own thinking and whatever the re- Â¬ was here yesterday the guest of Miss -- g IRVINGTON g this year and we feel proud in calling Â¬ sult in November the people will he re Eva Heston g your attention to the new and sponsible The will of the people is Judge Mercer is in Louisville this Miss Renna Roberts to Enter St Joseph pretty stock wc have Get a mighty and will prevail And thats week looking after his suit against Alc -- g Academy Death Weddings Visitors why wo believe Bryan will bo our next Cracken it Co pick now while the Speaking New Store President The people are with him Stock is Fresh J II tannin has taken the stump for The Hon D II Smith candidate for Uryau He is one of the strongest speak Congress waa the first speaker He lead ers in the county C S Board waa in the city Saturday otr in a good speech He presented the Mrs A B Coleman Is visiting in Vine Clifford Pile Constantlnp waa hero cause of silver in a plain practical com- Â¬ He reports a number of Grove g Warm uml nice get a pick this week out of the different mon sense argument He made no as- last Saturday silver men in his section Chas Marshall went to Louisville lant kinds all sizes for all mankind sertions but what lie had the facta and Johnnie Kincheloe who is teaching Friday proof to back him up He impressed Mr Marshall and wife went to the people with his sincerity and hon Â¬ school at Union Star was visiting here Thursday esty to the cause they love so much lastSttunlay and Sunday Our own Dave Murray followed Mr Will Bell has been employed by the Mrs Dick Wrather made a short visit A pretty line of Gents Hats all the correct shades and jg Smith There is no man nearer to the Silver Committee at Louisville to travel to Ekron lnU week shapes for the season Come and see hearts of the people than Dave Murray over the upper part of the state Mr Heron Bpent Sunday here the He is close to them He is in touch with Go to A X Kincheloe for your calico guest of MIsb Luuy Frank them He knows their wants He ginghams check cotton flannel dress Miss Ree Washington spent tho past 1 C NOLTE Assignee breaths their thoughts their Eentimeuta goods and all kinds of notions at cost week in Louisville and Brandenburg their desires It was a sad blow to them P S Campaign Caps ami Hats Buttons of all kinds Mrs Charloy Heston and her daught- Â¬ Mrs T B Henderson lias returned when their brave standard bearer fell er Mrs Jesse Whitworth were visiting homo alter a pleasant visit at Hardlnsget one before they are all gone but now that tho smoke of battle has at Stephensport last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ burg rolled away and another brave son of the day Mrs Nick Netherton our popular silver cause has arisen to battle for their Granville Wilson addressed tho Bryan night operator spent Saturday at West rights and for victory they leave their Point sorrows behind and bravoly gallantly club at this place last Saturday night fall in r a nka for their new leader They Dr Milton Board is down for a speech Mr Chapcz j Wathen will apeak in next Saturday town Saturday afternoon A largo crowd Bay that it is measures not men they are fighting for and that they will support Milton Coke who was affiliating with la expected GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Smith tho Populist a few years ago has got Rev E L 1ate pastor of tho Metho j Murray spoke for an hour and a half For the Sale of Country Produce He had the closest attention and dealt back with the Republicans and is mak Â¬ dist church for tho ensuing year was T Itelvrcnrcs German Hank Wern Rink Kidtlily Trust Company ing McKinley speeches some telling blows to the Bing e gold IOriSVIILE KY P v in town Monday 3M4 Market Strfftlctcfn9tli and intli standard His speech was full of facts Rev E K Bate went to fill his ap Miss Moesbarger of Big Spring epent with just enough humor thrown in to pointment at Brandenburg last Sunday Saturday and relieve the monotony Sunday with her brother The silver men of SU phensport are Both he and his wife regret leaving Har- Â¬ Mr MoBsbarger wide a wuko and doing a good work for dlnsburg One years association with Mr Nowt McGlothlati went to Bran Â¬ the cause A beautiful hickory pole 100 our people gained them mauy warm II ig feet high has been raised and a silk denburg Monday Newt says old Meade G olcl unfurling the names of Bryan and Sevtail friends ts solid for Bryan And Every Sensible Practical and Economical Man Favor as it waves and floats on the breez s Allen Stilh who is teaching school at tits Chelf and children of Elizabeth Tlio Stephensport district is largely Hites Run was here Saturday He re- Â¬ Republican bat the silver men say It is town were the guesta of Mr Richard in good shape and that they will reduce ports that Prof II P Shacklett baa Wrather and wife last week the majority some twenty or more The sufficiently recovered to be able to be Chas Redman of this place spent Republicans on the other hand aro claim- Â¬ about Mr Shacklett is still in Meado ing their eame old majority couuty but stopping out in the couutry Sunday in Stephensport Chas said the Ho was able to ylsit Brandenburg a few trip was strictly a business one PERSONAL Judge McBoath of Leitchflcld was in days ago 30 doz ladies black and striped hose good quality u - now only 3 c Persian Uwn the price Mora Galloway pent Sunday to Kvansvllle There will be plenty of oratory hero town Saturday Tho Judge is very en Â¬ 30lot ot cruh trmoiinjf nt 3c atje John Pbelon will take In the Owensboro next Monday Dont forget we handle all kinds of school supplies at W J Stone will speak thusiastic over tlio outlook of the ailvor Ak for our Sironi Suspcn tcr at 90 pair Fair lowest prices sock at 5c pair for the Democrats and Attorney General question lxg homy vtnle Llndiey Graham visited relative In Ekron 50c 6dC 75c worth double pilce A nie line lades button shoes with tips at 75c oSc Taylor for the Republicans The day Misa Ada Hunks who is teaching a Lce curtaini nt 40c worth Sunday and f i 34 Must bo seen to be appreciated Wool tilling di vge 35c only tSc very euccessful school at this place spent Imported duck tlnrtin js and iuiihg sold at 35c clow We carry the largest line of Mens and Hoys clothOtto Ilirdestjr of Loulsvlllo was In the clly will be given oyer to politics The Bolt yesterday ing in this part ol the country ocrats and Popocrata and McKiuleyitea Saturday and Sunday with her parouta ttumuutat 15c We have om Mrs Sara Conrad and ion Shelby went to will all be here pedals at JJc8 Fast color ri d Pimruk nice pattern at loc If you dont see what at Stephensport JS and 498 Goods Cannelton Saturday by land worth twice the money toweli loo Good allliMa Mrs Mary Mumford who ha bet n Extra Joseph Mullen of lialltown went to Louis Â¬ you want when you get to town ask for Grey blankets at 63c 90c f jj liaf tlou worth 5c at 4C it ville yesterday on legat business White blankets 75c 90c Iio with her daughters in Chicago for sevor Illeach cottxn aicu smooth gnodf worth 7c at 5c Mr and Mrs William llulllus are In OwensHon W E Minor addressed a large al months is at lioniu again and looks an A hig liJ of Udici black dress goads newest Wohavejustaddeda grocery department and will boro this week attending the Fair Sell every thing in this line at rock bottom prices weatcsnnd lowest prices crowd at Garfield last Saturday on the if she had derived great benefit from lior Uenedtet Beavin and son Damon of Cuney All of our i7JC and 60c slippers and Oxford ties A food blacking brush 10c political issues of the day Tho Major visit ville are In the city visiting frlen Is Indigo calico 4c best quality KM5C J W leaf of Ilardlniburg was In the was in his best mood and handled his Miss Iinna Rjbrts daughter of our Just reieived a lull Imu of ladius capes to move Mens ball times the det wc ever had at 9Sc city yesterday earouto to Oweu boro All 41 50 and 73c shirt waists at 980 them quick at it 95 sutj ct well He spoke for about two genial poettnaster outured the St Joseph Ernest Gregory of the L 1c E Packet line hours and his line of argument was very school in Divieas tuuety the ilist of thu Is in the city toe guest of his imrnnts If you dont see what you want ask for it We have it and at the conservative Ho presented tho Bilver term Suo i very much pleased witli Miss Lillle Lewis of Hardlnsburg Is spend We invite you to call and see us lit Price cause in such a way as to ouend no one herBcliool and ne turroundlngs week with Miss Florence Lewis ing this James and obert Witt of Kosotta were whether titer agreed with him or not G Little Eail Drtko youngest son of Mr hern Sun ay with relatives and friends He would not abubo the opponenta of and Airs M I Diuko died Saturday Mrs John Neubeaur spent Sunday at Holt HRANDENBURC KY Bilver he said but he would much rather the guest uf her cousin Mrs Jesse Tinlus morulcgatll oclock He was buried be able to convince them of their error Charles Iiouffier went to Louisville Satur- Â¬ at Situd Hilt Sunday afternoon The to get day to attend the funeral of his friend Louis and persuade them if possible family have the sympathy of the com- Â¬ Abrens over on the right side Mr Minor will munity Mrs Frank Selfrled went to Owensboro speak again Thursday nilit at Tauls eiterdiy to visit relatives and attend the Mr and Mrs Mossbarger of Vine school house Friday night at Clifton Fair Mills and on Saturday at p m at Glen- Â¬ Grove spent several days with their son Miss Lula Ashcraft of Sandy Hill wai the who lives in the suburbs of our town S guest of her lister Mrs I fuller last deane week Ihey returned homo Monday accomto tiik ruiiuc John Elliott who h been visiting relatives panied by their daughter-in-laand bought out Mr Willie Beard I have In tbis oounty returned to his home In Illi -- FOR grand children nois yesterday and will bo found at the same stand Hon Clarence Bate Pretident of tlio Mrs A C Southerland has returned to rtady and anxious to wait on you In Alta Vista after a visit of two weeks with order to make space for new goods I Farmers and Laborers Union of Ken- Â¬ friends In Owensboro will from now until October io sell dry tucky spoke in town Saturday to a large Mls Jennie WarfleU after a pleasant stay and very attentive uudienco Mr Bate of several weeks with friends in Ohio returned goods notions and hats at cost for cash home Monday night Mr Beard bought these goods for cash is a good speaker and bundled tho mouoy Kev B A May and wife who have been question in a very nblo manner visiting friends in Toblnsport returned to and of course got the inside prices Now Capes to suit every one from Ib thu time to lay in your fall supplies Cannelton yesterday old to young from the cheapest Mr Will Miller and Miss Fboibe Sklllman A New Minuet by Faderewski Come on I will look for you Mr and Mrs Alvin Sklllman Itnrdinsburg to the highest price Youts truly Ignaco Paderewskl has wtitton a now were n the city yesterday shopping A X KtNCHELOK minuet for the piano which he has ded Â¬ We feel sure we can suit YOU E H Weatberbolt and wife Mrs Wood Wcatherbolt of Toblnsport were in the city in a Fall or Winter Wrap icated to his American admirers and giv- Â¬ yesterday enroute to the Owensboro Fair J II Sullivan ElnoraInd thought en the significant name of Menuot A full line of Ladies nnd Mrs B W DudlAgh has returned to her Modorne He regards the new conipo home in Bardwell Ky after a six weeks visit he could gt along without the News Gentlemens Underwear and Addison Ky to her brother L I Addison but he cant thats tho experience of sltion as his best and believes that it Furnishing Goods Mr and Mrs Jacob Stein and little daugh Â¬ every one He says send it along again will meet with gieater popular favor than ters Susie and Bessie of 0en bro were his Menuet a LAnlique written in guests of Mr and Mrs Wm IIiDlis a few He wanta to know how freo silver Is days last week It is doing fairly well not much free 1883 of which over seven million copies Mr J K Keith and son Prootor Mrs silver hut Ecorea of free silver men wero sold in a single year It is the first Alfred Oelse and daughter Miss Ethel went county will give Bryan 200 majority minuet written by Paderewskl since Owensboro yesterday morning to attend The to LAntiquo ami was composed by the the Owensboro Fair Mrs Divld R Murray entertained at famous pianist exprebsly for Tho Ladies Mrs Thomas Bohler and daughter Essie wnt to Owensbiro Teller ay to attend the dinner laBt Friday Mrs Alex Horon Home Journal and will appear in the Fair While there she will be the guest of Mrs A R Fisher and Rev Donald October Issue V Fll Mr and Mrs Oscar Holder Cw Grant in honor of Mrs Wellington In every department nt Misses Maggie Sullivan and Maggie Gll brlght of Louisville who have been visiting White of New York formerly a Misa Political Notes M and Mrs Joe Culley and o her railroad lonary from China friends returned home bunday Addison Ky Hon Peter 8 Biuuor Populist mem- Â¬ Mrs JO Stephens Miss Stephens Alta ber of the Legislature will speak at the Vista and Mrs W E Minor and Miss following places McDutilels Oct 20 1 WrANlFU Salesman to sell completeline of Burks IUvllla spent a pleasant day this specialties FROM MICHIGAN EXPECTANT We Oiler You a p m Custer Oct 21 1 p in Hudson T I lubil utirg o Is gieasrsth varnishesparty week with M s Lou BobertsUobert Bottom Good upportiinii y for proper KrrlUIJV Which UAH I A NI IIUMMNO CO Edward Rledel of Louisville came down ville Oct 21 7 p m INSUKIS Safety Cleveland U to his home at Holts Bottom with a sore foot io mom iiio Child MOTHERS V1TANTI1 Agents to II Groceries in jour The Following Lettar To the News and Hon D II Finlth Democratic uotni and is here for a few days with relatives He TT county male or female Address with sump is a strong free silver advocate and is wolt noe for Congress- - In this the 1th Con- and references I K CASEY Shows the Strength of Freo versed on the subject No 410 Scot St Covington Ky gressional district will speuk at the fol Â¬ Misses Magale Sullivan and Maggie Gil Silver in Michigan lowing places in this c unty bud discus bright of Louisville Misses Kttla Sawyer DAUGHTERS the issues ot the campaign and Mary Harris Mr and Mrs Joe Culley Hardlns buddluB Into womanhood Development Messrs U- Bush and Je llarpole went o the loir eye dulled face pimpled complex burg Monday Oct 10 I II0 p in Thu slon sallow pains lit back u4 ltd0 and Saturday and bad a very nice Tar Springs Flint Mich Oct 3 J806 J 1 IU Hon D It Murray wilt be present and constantly tired time haokKi q Du Sjii Tho freo ellvor Rob Conriromont of lit Pain HariM and Risk also speak Cloverport Monday Oct 10 Miss Annie Murphy went Cbloigo last week question la allrlght up here V Watt to be present at the marriage ot br friend at nght Rock Vale Tuesday Oct 20 at Most trylurand critical time of life for Minlfu uitad MUrilKltS FHIEND be- Miss Pearl llralnard whluh ocours Tbursdty Hardin aililrtuuiod a very large ciowd la Mb motherud daughter Regulate and fnrii hlrlh of lur II ml clcllil alio did not 1 p in Gleudant Tuesda Oct 20 at Oct It Mla Bralnard Is well known In fWuaiiuiokly StKBEthtu the delicate organs which thlii city last night persona claiming to kiinurfriiiiirKtUrSerrtlVS night Custer WvdmsUy Out 21 1 rnjlivtil ul tlm rrlltoul hour auffurlug hut this city and baa a boit of friends She Is an should perform the natural functions of know say that Michigan wiUjro for free luul nu puliirt iiflorwurd aim I exceiliugly beautiful attractive and an InIlllh oclock p m r mtiry wn i riplii telligent young ady The Nawa wiabes her sllvrT K JoilNiroM Kufoula Ala manhood Durinsf jj year Winter prosperity and happiness I havo beon eaavMinx tho eeunty Sent liy Mull or KrM rm reoHnt of tiUHHSMCail BUBjCVV T laiteti in cunnr TnuTueUy AfU ruooii Clui furtner buttle Hook To Uoi prlrr 11 00 iBsiiuQi gtriBod at tuts critical time buying apple and tlireiut ol four of ROYALTbaklng Powder i rt imtllod trva All druatfela aitd merchants Arthur NVrua hed Itatlrst meet Â¬ ly the Enlro tho men I mot aro iir Wryan IfrlWCiLouliVulc KyOeul Agent HKtlKI KKKIIIilTflK CO AUU pi ing with Mlaa EUtboth Sklllnun Tues Highest ot all In IttvcftlRg pout gr Ahri RHfiRn You hi Keen day October 0th tfrHflg A U 9 QoywMMBt Report M H FtwUWit Cure All Liver Ills Doctors7Say The Secret Health jffw THESE COOL OCTOBER DAYS Tutts LSver Pills 1 g- How About New Cloak 3 g g g UNDERWEAR J i Just Arrived a Few Days Ago i SULZERS 3 CO Â¬ iiUiuii4iiimULilUUiUUUUiUUU J M NEHAN J Â¬ Silver Men favor Bryan Men favor McKinley SaiiIilJlfSfe The Bargain Providers 81 1 1 Â¬ EO YEAKEL CO CAPE BARGAINS Â¬ Â¬ Fall and Winter New Goods vre n Just Opened AddiSOn Dick Â¬ MOTHERS Â¬ FRIEND WOMANHOOD WINTERSMITH3 Â¬ nlt-1 l ft Â¬ BUCHU x-- r all in Leavening Power THEX BRBlOKfeLNElIDGK NETWS Latest U S GLOVRRPORT KY Causes fully half tho sickness In tho world It retains tho digested foot too long In tho bowels and produces biliousness torpid liver lndt-- Govt Report u vCXx Powderi ABSOLUTELY IUJIBE News 7 1890 rWj Baking ANSWERS Breckenridge BRYAN QUESTIONS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER A VALUABLE ACCESSION Crowds Cheers the Responses to an Inquisitive Man in New London In his speech Monday night at New London Conn Mr Bryan had proceed Â¬ ed with lils argument in behalf of free coinage during which ho had been fre- Â¬ quently applauded when a man anted Where will we bo when wo get free silver Mr Biyan Are you in favor of a gold standard Tho voice lam Tell me why Mr Bryan Becaimo I believo it best The voice for tho country Every nation will accept a gold dollar for a dollar Mr Bryan Why I will tell you Becauso of its value the reason why our gold dollar and our bullion are worth the same is because the law says Â¬ Ono of the Leading Chlcaoo Papers Comos out In Favor of Bryan HERETOFORE INDEPENDENT Atlantla Constitution In a rousing editorial The Chicago Dispatch ono of tho leading afternoon newspapers of the west abandons tho independent policy which it haa hereto- Â¬ fore observed in the campaign and makes a Equare declaration in favor of the Democratic ticket Such a valuable accession to the cause of bimetallism aa this courageous and enterprising sheet means the addition of several thousand votes to the strength of tho Democratic ticket in the middle states Its change of attitude aside from betraying a thoughtful and patriotic estimate of the situation on the part of the paper iUeiflikewiso indi- Â¬ cates a popular contempt for those methods employed by tho money power to fasten the single gold standard upon the peoplo of this country It shows too that a radical change of sentiment on the money question is tak- Â¬ ing place in those states which have hitherto been considered doubtful and that Illinois Iowa Michigan Wiscon- Â¬ sin Minnesota Indiana and Ohio if the present tidal wave of enthusiasm con tinus will inevitably land in the Dem- Â¬ ocratic column In pledging its loyal support to tho Democratic nominee Tho Chicago Dis- Â¬ patch idulges in no obscure language It bitterly arraigns the money power of the land for its dearth of patriotism and the meneniry tactics to which it has resorted in the campaign In this connection Tho Dispatch says The battle now waging for the election of Ilryan is a contest of the weak against the strong of the poor against the rich of right against wrong of inanhooJ against slavery In this fight The Dinuch enlists in the side of the weak the poor the right and manhood Why are all the great metropolitan newspapers with here and there such heroic exceptions as The New York Journal The Cincinnati Enquirer and The San Francisco Kxatniner on the side ot grid and McKlnley in this battle T Ilecause lint is the side oft tc loaves and fishes It is s pught in this campaign to establish the rule of the money power and to deal a death blow to papular self government II McKlnley succeeds natural rights will be further extinguished and the rule ol property so strongly intrtnehtd as to be safe from future attack Coercion islhenady weapon of the money ower at d II e great cities of the nation the chosen neld I he workingman the small merolopirition chant a d the salary dependent are the designated virtim Ihe wholesale establishment has set its inichu ery in motion to squcec the helpless mer- Â¬ chant and he is furctd to see immediate relief from sudden bankruptcy only in the ghost of the republi can candidate for president very onra who helped to pass a law twenty three years ago to destrdy the freo coinsg1 of silver and substitute a new standard after the natlunB of the world had tried bimetallism and after tho nation had tried it from the bcglning They of the nation down to that tlmo cannot decled what other nations shall do but I intlst that wo shall decide what this nation shall do Did Austria ask our consent when sho resumed specio Dd the other payment on a gold basis nations of tho world ask our consent when they changed their standards No Then sir what man who wants to bo an American wants to get down on his knees and ask other nations consent when wo want to do what wo please I have given jou my friends what might bo a sufficient answer I want to givo you a more than sufficient answer My friend wants to know how that can change the standartl of tho world I tell you and him that Prince Bismark has stated recently that If tho United States acts alone it will he salutary in bringing other nations to accept our bimetallic polhy If my timid friend doubts tho ability of tills natior I beg him to sit at the feet of a forelguer and learn confi- Â¬ dence in American institutions Bryan at Boston Atlanta CcnMitttilnn Constipation -t- Tl t Dif patch in closing itn remarkable etiitotial urges tho laboring men of Chi ci go to vindicate their manhood in the c mpnign which is now pending and to mak a bold determined and patriotic fttiml for American principles Tile action of this able journal of the w St in espousing the cause of the people will itceivc the cordial indorsement of hont vt patriots all over tho country In the cuiiado which Democracy is waging against the money power of the landTlie Chicago Dispatch will provo a valuable accession to the ranks of tho people Purify your blood withHoodsSarsapa rilla which will give you an appetite tone your stomach and strengthen your nerves Tho Circnlation of Money Atlanta Constitution Mr W J Simpson writing from Per mill K C sends this request For tho information of many of your readers please state in tho next issue of your paper how money first starta from the mints on its mission of circulation Whtn the mints are opened to tho coinage of gold or silver on private accountthat is to say when there is freo coinage the ore that is mined is refined and carried to the mint for coinage Tho ore of a money metal is not availa- Â¬ ble as money until it has been turned in- Â¬ to dollars given the legal tender quality and stamped by the government But when created into money it takes tho Â¬ For several months I was troubled with a persistent humor on my head which gavo mo considerable annoyance until it otcurrtd to mo to try Ayers Hair Vigor Before using one bottle that you can convert tho bullion into a T T Adams tho humor was healed dollar at tho mint General Merchant Tubeville Va Well how about silver The voice Mr Bryan When the laws are so unLETTERS PROM THE PEOPLE der the free coinage of silver the holder of silver bullion can convert his silver into dollars at tho mint that will fix a Victims of tho Gold Standard mint prico for silver as wo havo a mint price for gold now and our silver dollars To Benj Harrison Bourke Cockran will bo worth as mucli abroad as our Win McKlnley or any of the gold stand Â¬ gold dollars ard press Peoplo hero have the im- Â¬ A voice a Will the gold htandard increase pression that when tho free coinage of our wages If so will you please ex silver is brought into effect they can plain how take their own silver teapots in and coin b Will you kindly mention any gold them into money standard nation in Kuropo which pays Mr Bryan It is true that under free as much wages as this country coinage any man can melt up a dollar Will you mention any gold standc and a half worth of spoons and have the ard country in tho world which pays a silver coined into one dollar and twenty much wages as Mexico nine cents if you have a man who is fool d Kindly explain how tho silver enough to do it dollar in circulation in this country to- Â¬ Now why will peoplo refuse to melt day pays a 100 cents in wages Becauso itwill be up their silver plate Mr McKinley and other advoe worth more as silver plate than it will cates of the gold staudaid claim every be worth as silver dollars under free dollar in tltis country is worth 100 cents coinage Explain to us who will mako tho f0centa Mr Bryan proceeded with his argugood which would ho lost to tho laborer ment and added should tho silver dollar melt into bullion I assert that the business man de in their possession pends for Bticcoss upon the farmer and What makes tho bullion of a gold the laboring man If you want Inn mess dollar which lias melted in tho bankets men to prosper you cannot make them hands worth a 100 cents prosperous by making the money loaner Wo are mechanics and Dear sirs prosperous because business men do not workmen at present out of a jb Three make their money out of those from years ago wo were employed in high prowhom they borrow They make their tected induetiics and wero compelled to money out of those whom they sell keep our children out of school and at goods and if the peoplo cannot buy woik in order to keep tho wolf from the goods the merchants cannot sell joods door To day our wives and children and people cannot buy goods until they are in the East earning and living upon have money to buy goods with a pittance while wo are exiled from A voice Stirt up the mills home unable to gjt employment Suppose you start up tho Mr Bryan Wo are told by gold Dear Brothers mills liow ate you going to get shut of men to go farther West Thesilver men the things which the mills produce un Â¬ say they do not employ women and less the peoplo can buy the product of children in the mines Ileaso advise us your mills as one brother bhould advise another Mr Bryan proceeded and said Itespt ctfully Mr Bland in 1878 said thai tlm deFred Kes Joo Dauforth machinist struction of silver as money an th sler miner coal Chris Mahler box establishment of jod as the sole u lit of maker John Murphy laborer W II value muBt hive a iiinouH ellYet en t I Koch clerk D Killen plumber George cept thotti i ivr forms of propitrty Mattis miller Wm Quigny Mason ments which yiell n fixed ntuin c t John D lteilley watclimak r Charles their money and those would I e ei o Btckman waiter mously enhanced ir value and giit it disproportionate and unfair advtutnr The National Steeplt chase over every other species of property Io the Dlitur of tl e Tost Dispatch Applause Aa your paper generally has tho im A voice WoulJ it not bo an h ml to portant news of the world first I dont change tho stcudarc of money i l tln wantjouto bo left on the ureat sport- Â¬ world as it wculd b to change the iitand ing event that is to como eff in about ard weights ami me mures in the wnr tl four weeks from now Here is a copy of Mr Ilryan I will answer that qm tite official programme tion by saying that in the flrtt place the Tlio Great National Steeplechase to be world lias no itandeid weight and mea- run over tho course of the United States sures and we have bicn unable to bring Nov 1 1890 over forty five hurdles the nations of tho world to agree to a 1 The thorough bred racer Entries standard of veigble and measure Billy Bryan sired by Patriotism dam In the second place why did mtycu Popularity to be ridden by Intelligence give that advice in 1S73 you are jiving 2 Tho piebald hack Billy McKinloy They changed our standard of Bired by Plutocracy dam Boodle ridden now money then and for twenty years tiny by Mark Hanua havo tried to ceep us from undoing whU 3 Tho mongrel gelding Jack Palmer they did then Tlioso who den tho a ringer sired by Corporation damned rights of tho reoplo to use the law lo re by Everybody and ridden by Cheek store silver to its rlntnful place aro tho Betting 10 to 1 on Billy Bryan 100 to 5t on Billy McKinley Any old odds on tho mongrel Entrance to raco track by ballot only Sport St Louis Mo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -Â¬ The audience which greeted Mr Bry Â¬ an on the Boston common Friday night was tho largest assembly of peoplo I over saw with tho exception of tho time when Mr Cloyelaml was first Inaugerated in 18S caid A II Carter who came down on tho Southerns vestlhuletl ypsterday I went out to hmr him afternoon ami It looked lo me as if all Massachu detls was there The papers raid that there wero 70000 people around the stpnd and I cau well believe it Mr Bryan said it was the largest audience he has had and two or threo times in this campaign he has spoken to 50000 It was an Inspiring sense Only a patt of that great sea of peoplo could hear what lie said but all of them read his speech tho next morning The New Englanders do read you know 1 can Â¬ not say mucli about the effect the speech had but from what I could learn while mixing with ttie crowd that night Mr Bryaii made tho Republicans uneasy Tho silver causo has made rapid progress in Massachusetts since the Chlcaga eon ventlou and If the campaign could bo extended threo mouths longer oven coercion would not carry Massachusetts for McKinley Tho northern gold bug papers say that it is curiosity which induces the people to go out and hear Mr Bryan It does not mako much differ- Â¬ ence what their motive is in going Wiien Mr Bryan gets a chance to talk to the people he awakens wonderful enthu- Â¬ siasm It is the enthusiasm of the audi Â¬ ences which is worrying the McKinley managers The applausa Is an evidence of the speakers strength Never before In tho hiutoryof this country has thcro been such a wonderful campaigner as Win J Bryan is proving himself to bo Peter the Hermit nor Savanorola fired the people with enthu Â¬ siasm ts Bryan is doing The Republi- Â¬ cans aro bluffing when they say that McKinleys election is assured They know that they havo to bluff to keep Bryan from carrying the country by storm Â¬ 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 had tasto ooatcd BBS coition ongue sick licadacho All other apple trees from two to three EX B I somnla etc Hoods lllls I I I m9 years old at 5 cents each cure constipation and all Its results easily und thoroughly All druggists rrcparcd by tt I Hood Lowell Mass Pear Plum Peach trees at 7 per 100 Tho ouly rills to tako with Hoods Sarsaparilla aud Cherry trees 25 cents each TKllW THE NERVES Will deliver at the above prices for cash OL FIREMAN ON THE trFECl Address WM S ASHBY lit-- Hoods 25c Co FOR SALE AN Or A SERIOUS ACCIDENT OLOVERPORT KY J0 DOUKNZ TUB Thought Tliat Flftnh Tlironcli tho Knclncinans llrnln llt llcfbre a Col- Â¬ lision Occurs A Smash Up Slakes a Man Scnry Uver Thereafter Â¬ J M IIABPXK DANIEL IJKOOKB BOUBNE HARPER BROOKS CO THE SILVER QUESTION A Hint From India A Novel Solution of the Currency Question Sug Â¬ gested by the The Lowell Morning Times The Times say It recently happened that a resident of Lowell desired to pay a bill duo to a friend who is a medical Missionary in British India The frieud from that faraway country suggested that it bo paid in Ayers Saisaparilla which he said is rtckoued As Goon as Gold On application to the J C Ayer Co they readily gave an orderon their Bom- Â¬ bay agents for a quantity of Sareaparilla to an amount equivalent to tho face of the bill A letter dated Kahuri India Oct IS has just been received in Lowell which say The Sarsaparilla was duly received and as it has a regular maiket quotation price was converted into cash with tho utmost facility Whatever may be said about other sarsaparillas and the medicial value of their contents this fact remains that Ayers Sarsrpa rilla is 60 well known in Iudi that it has a market vaue depending upon the fluctuation in tho valuo of IjieSilveu Rupie as much as cotton or others ap es This is iot tho case with any otho of American makers Tb natives of this country are very con eivativo anil titilpnq nn nrtlelH i tvpll kti iivn fnav are shy about using it A mtive will take a bottle of Ayers Sarsapai ilia from my dispensary and walk off with it with out raising a question as to its purity or This is tiie truth curative qualities and 1 do not scruple to let vou make whatever use of the statement you may choose The success of his remedy in this country shows whi of a meritorious a tide h is accom- Â¬ plished If I had Money Lockku Ui in quantities of any medicine I would prefer Ayers Sarsaparilla to any other twenty times over for I know thft I could get my money back in the former case while in the other I should linvj to retail it bottle by bottlo in order to real Â¬ ize my money As a currency Aydrs Sarsaparilla might be cumbersome but ono thing would be sure youd always get the value of tho dollar invested in tho remedy sarsi-pa-rill- i Eczema McKinleys Bimetallism Are you in favor of bimetallism Mr MeKlnley 0 yes I am In favor of tho largest uso of silver Do you think that more silver dollars would be good for tho American peo ple Certainly I do Tho American peo Â¬ ple caunot have too much money Aud what method do you proproso for giving the American people the more money that they need V Why wo should ask England lo help us got ruoro money Well if we get more money we wont have to borrow from Englaud will we Mr McKinley No we can then stop borrowing money from England But England wants us to keop on borrowing money from her doesnt she Mr McKlnley Of course sho does England is a monuy lending a creditor nation Well then how many years will we have to wait to get Englands consent for us to do what will injure hor money-lendin- g Â¬ rihape of dollars When bullion owners receives his dollars he may hoard them as gold is now hoarded if they are more valuable to him than any article- they will buy in the market but under ordinary cir- Â¬ cumstances ho invests them in somo b uslneBs or loans them to somo enter Â¬ prising person or pays adebt with them In this way they enter Into circulation But when the government emits bills of credit or coins money on its own ac- Â¬ count such as tho silver dollars created under tho Dland and Sherman acts the process is somewhat different Tho gov- Â¬ ernment gets the money thus created into circulation by using it to pay cur- Â¬ rent expenses such as salaries of ofll ciabi pensions and appropriations The subsidiary coins halves quarters and dimes get into circulation by reason of the demand that there Is for small The banks exchange notes for change subsidiary coins and pay them out in re sponge to business demands for them Under free coinage Individuals put tke saese In circulation Money creat ed ea gererament account is put In clr 1 MilAtkn In payment of lUe governments Co fltiHaatfons Ga eyes aro made strong dim vision is made clear styes are removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind may bo speedily and effectually cured by Mr K D Jenkins of Iithonia Ga says that his daughter Ida inherited a tho use of Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salve severe case of Hczenia which the usual Its put up in tubes and sold on a guar- Â¬ mercury and potash remedies failed to antee by all dealers relieve Year by year she was treated with various medicinei external appliState League Semocratio Clubs cations and internal remedies without result Her sufferings were intense Having been again chosen Vico Presi and her condition grew steadily worse dent of this organization for the Fourtli All the so called blood remedies did not seemtc reacutuetlis Congressional District I hope to have case at alt until S the co operation of all who aro willing to SS was given when of Wm J Bryan an improvement work for tho election Not only this but a sug-Â¬ was at once noticed as President The medicine was gestion from such in each county of contlnuecd with fav- Â¬ some poison who will organize clubs is orable results and much desired Tho name of all clubs now she is cured sound and well her organized and that of their officers aud skin is perfectly members will be forwarded to me and clear and pure ana by me to Headquarters of Clubs Let us she has been caved from what threat havo a club in every voting precinct and every Bryan man a member ened to blight her life forever 8SS guaranteed purely vegetable Janes Month on nay cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu Vice PresS L Dem Clubs matism or any other blood trouble It is a real blocd remedy and always Other papeiB please publish cures even alter all else fails Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should always re Â¬ member that the bottom rounds of ho Take a blood remedy for a blood diiewe ladder of time are filled to overflowing a tonic wont cure it but theres always room at tho top Our book Thats where Dr Bells PineTur lIoney on blood and stands Hold by the leading druggists skin diseases mailed free to any address TU ta Swift Spccluq All Her Life AVeak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iuterestfl A Real Blood Remedy 4wat Atlanta sss ripuvt il uu dUtf 3ATonra IMff Ah but without Englands consent to freo oolnagi we cant maintain tho parity But how many years will we have to wait for England to help us main Â¬ tain a parity that will stop our borrow- Â¬ ing tho ruonoy she wants to lend us Excuse me Here la a delegation of bankers who have called to hear mo make a speech In favor of sound money Good da Helena Mont Indepond cnt ters it Tho railroad companies rarely givo up n roilnblo faithful man Ho may becomo maimed nud unfit for tho most rcmmiorativo positions and ho forced to accept somo humbler plaio with a smaller ealnry attached to it bnt it Is nu unwritten law with most of the great railroad companies that tho man who is injured in their servico shall bo placed in somo position where ho may obtain his livelihood Thu it may happen tiiat when yon full in conversation with tho man who occupies u humblo switchhouso or a flagmans shunty you aro talking with ono who lias liadhissharoof excitement and been through ospcricnccs that would mako the hair of tho nvcrogo man stand upon end A reporter met a switchman tho other day tho pathos of whoso life was expressed in tho wooden leg which ho used nud as tho Empiro dashed by ho looked up and Enid Yes I Hko railroading I havo been in the business nil my lifo nud expect to spend tho rest of my dnys over tho rails but I am quite content to remain hero in my littlo cottugo nnd tond to my flagging rather than have tho position of tho man who holds tho throttlo on that big cngjno which just whizzed by here Yon may think it a snap to sit thero and rido over tho country at tho rate of a milo n minute but I tell you tho man carries n load of responsibility on his shoulders which I would not wnnt on lnino and which tho average man knows very littlo about I know something of it for I wai fireman somo years ngo on ono of tho fast engines nnd lost my leg in nu nccidrnt between hero and Al bany But if I had como out of that no citlcut ns Kound ns you nro I uovcr should havo been ablo to hold my ncrvo for any nioro fast trips That finished mo for that work Then if n man has been hint in railroad accident it makes him scary of that kind of work does it asked tho reporter You bet it docs answered tho switchman with emphasi and dont lot anyone fool you that it doesnt Tho man wiio was running that engine tho day I was hurt escaped with hardly n scratch but ho uovor could keep his timo up tho way ho did heforo that and filially was put on a freight engine whero tiio running was n great deal slower I shall never forget tho way ho look ed the afternoon tho smash np occurred Just beforo tiio crash canio I looked at hiin Wo wero rounding n curvo down by Schenectady His loug gray hair wns flowing in tho breeze his faco was set nnd his eyes fixed on tiio track ahead All at onco ho jumped to his feet nnd reversed tho lover and exclaimed in My God wo uro n starlit 1 toue caught I It was probably notmoro than half a minute after when I was lying beneath tho cngino with my leg crush- cd utterly uuroiifecious of tho fact that n irrcnt wreck had occurred but ovcry movement aud occurrence of that half miuuto is M vividly impressed upon my mind as if it had taken wcoks of timo to imprcFS it there An ho spoko I looked through tho cab window ahead of us and there within 20 ivds was n freight engine coiniiigstruight at us and thoro was no possiblo chance to cscapo n crush Tho engineer was doing his duty I knew that Ho waa reversing tho lover npply ing tho brakes and doing his best to nvert what ho know wns inevitable but I hud nothing to do nnd it scorned ns if everything in my Jifo was boforo mo in those few seconds I folt absolutely euro I was going to dio Strnngo as it may seem tho thought did not scorn horrible to me A whole lot of tho slung say Â¬ ings such at Yon nro learning to flro hero in this world eo ns to bo prepared for tho next and You wont mind a hot job over there1 nud n number of tlioso stalo tilings which n fireman haa to tako camo into my head nud oven in that awful position it occurred to mo in n humorous sort of wny that I had mado n good start hero below or hero nbovo as I might say Tho next mo- ment I was thinking of my wifo nud children yes nnd tt mother too who had becu dead a number of years A man always thinks of his mother at such n time But I dont think I had n par tiolo of fear of death Tho last thing that Was on my mind was tho question Who wus to blamo for tho ncoidontf Aud that is tho last I remember When I camo to my souses 1 was hi a hospital nnd was minim n leg Siuee then I havo becu constantly cm ployed one way nnd another by tho rail road company but I never sco ono of tho fust trains go by without thinking of that wreck Tho engineer miraculously escaped witli scarcely n bruise but It finished him for that kind pf work Ho was ulways seeing engines ahead of him after that aud I havo hoard that moro than onco ho has slowed up his traiu in order not to collido with an imaginary cngiue which I havo no doubt was as roal to him as it was on tho afternoon tho wreck I speak of occurred As I said boforo hn was transferred to u freight cngino but oven thoro ho was timid nnd finally left tho road altogether pretty Von pan put it down euro thiug that when on engineer has been iu tin accident once lie is minus n good share of Ihe ncrvu which it takes to mako his runs oil tlmo to tho tick and if ho isnt on tlmo ho has got to go soouor or later Itoohcstor Pomocrot and Ohroiiiglo Tho eaglo the king ofTill birds is poted for its keen sight coar and distinct ylwlon Bo aro those persons who use Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salvo for weak eyos styes sores of any kind or granu Â¬ lated lids Sold by all dealers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoro is something attractivo nbout railroad life- to tho man who onco en Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLK HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILt E KY tho lcst market nnd nnrs la tho hcttt hnttn tn hln In rvn i m Tmttion consignments Besides wo havo better Jitcltltiea than other houses In having many law factories to supply Wo get you tho top price una pay spot cash j not Iti trade No traveling agents Ship alt your wool aud farm produce direct to WOOL Tills WOOL In mi HO Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court HERNDOIS CARTER CO LOUISVILLE KY j 1W 22PEn0AY RATES The most tenti- - llu located Hotel In Uucltu I A DANGEROUS POWER Cnndltlato Ilryan Call Attention to the Coerrlon of Utnployeeti The litads of ninny urcnt corporations nro undertaking to compel tholr em ployees to support the gold standard My friendfl if tho lieuds of tlieso cor porations assert tho right to control tho votes of those who work for them then wo havo presented to the American peoplo even n greater qucMion than tho Oli Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May or J H Hunsche I ver question If n corporation has tho riitlit to control tho voto of an employee on ono question it has tho rigiit to control on ovcry question Theso corporations wero not constituted for any such purpose Thoy aro cr jatures of law I lus tho law given ui to flute corporations any such power No my friends and no peoplo who lovo thair government will ever intrust those pewers to any person or corporation If n corporation is not invented with tho lcal right to voto tlioso cmployoos as it Will thin tho corporation that attempts it usurp- - its right and becomes a dan gerous ver in a freo country If thcro nro tlioso hero who aro op posed to us on tho money question thoy duo not approvo of tho conduct of thoso ccrporalious that aro attempting to Wo may bo tho coerco thoir employees ones to suffer now hut I wurn you fol low citizens flint tho timo may como when tLeto very corpoiations will turn tbcmaalvoa against you nnd your fami lies wish nil tho nccuniulntcd power that your indorbemont of their conduct now will givo them Not only havo somo of theso corporations nttonipted to coorco thoir em ployees but tho great money power centered in New Yoik hni been attempting to coerco tho people wiio do busincsii with it A paper n fow days njo 8ak of n Montana bank which had failed taut tho reason given was that tto uuiiigors of tha bank wero advo cf ting froo silver and thoreforo tho Now York buiks refused to extend credit any longer and enforced tho collection of notes which they hold which suspended tLo bauk Ur Bryan luta Country Before Party I want to say to you in this cam paign ivs I havo said to you iu ovory ci mpaign if thcio is one Democrat who believes that tho election of the Chi ci go ticket will bo injurious to his ctnntry wo have no cluini on his voto I am ono who has uovcr believed that tho citizen should put his party above Ins country I havo not aud I do not intend to appeal to nuy man to support tlo Chicago ticket if ho thinks that nuy other tioket will be better for him to vote for or for thu laud in which wo all live In the Interrtt of Economy Tho oleotfon of Mr McKinloy niipbt in ono KOiiKO bo economy Congress could bo dijsnilssod nud wo could get our laws from tho British parliament direct Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co IND CANNELTON HAEDIETSBUM Capital Stock 925 000 Surplus 7 600 S BHAHD President WILL MILLER Vloe Prestdent M UBBARD CuMer B Q W BEAKD 1 MORRIS EHKR J DOE R M JOLLY DIksmm J INTERFST Prtin ON TIME DrnPOSIT GREGORY Wiiarfmasters CLOVERIHW Steamboat Agents -KENTUCKY Cocal AklqU Homestead Fertilizer Conpany and Standard Oil Company Dealers n Doors Sash BliodH Ye Uotv Pine Floor ing and Oeiliag Wcither Boarding SulnslB Halt Liioe lament CO V Latl s Hiir Estimate Plaster Plow Plastering Handles Bricks Etc Furnished Ur Buildings ant Building Material Tho intense itching jind smarting inci- Â¬ dent to eczema tetter BalTrlicuni and other diseases of the kin is instantly allayed by applying Cimmlerlain3 Eye and Skin Many very bad caVcs liavo been Ointment permanently cured bv it t is equally efficient for itch it piles nnd a favorite rem Â¬ edy for soro nipples chaiijicd liamlit chil- Â¬ blains frost bites and clironio sore eyes For salo by druggists at 25 cents per box aro DISUASES OP UlIE SKIN tion Try Dr Cndys Condition rowdcrs they j ut what a ltorso needs when in bad condi- Â¬ Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge The Air We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitrogen in the proportion of one 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