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Digital page images are linked to the text file. imuMfflw gE5BlWW na rrr wjuJ igaggaffH THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW VOL XXI WHY GOLD Benton MMlllin On Now Yirkjournil CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 Bryans Tour 1896 NO 14 Naehvlllo Tenn Oct 8 180 W 11 A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE MONEY QUEBTI0N response to your Inquiry Hearst FAVORS THE RICH concerningInmy impression as to the cam Â¬ Inrm t nld tin J IlrtlJu paign from ray recent tour with our It is truo MtKlnley eas what we- - want Is open mills not opm mints uomlnto Mr Bryan I beg to reply that Hut If what t lulls SBV8 Is true tlmt the mills nr idnwil litrnumi nf b Its Value Is Constantly in my opinion he is making the most re- Â¬ slve producllon of what avail will It be tore open thun and thus odd to markable compalgn of this generation or tho calamity century He has exhibited powers of Appreciating Tho facts arp the mills are closed through laek of demand and the do endurance beyond all understanding mand Is curtailed because tho people have no money Money is so high eloquence that has made his meetings priced they cannot get enough of It to their labor and products to pay fix Â¬ multitudinous and ability which en ed cliargrs and rxpensts and Iibvh enough left to buv what tlm millo To the Detriment of thused his friends and terrified his foes produce He has addressed moro people already Producer than any memberof the human race ever It is a new theory In political economy that an over nroduction of food addressed in a campaign and nearly a supplies remits in starvation an over production of clothlin riRiilinin tlm yet remains people going naked and an overproduction of wealth niakes the poplo Small Farmers of England month audiences average more than over His rw in wuiiuerii ine goiemes really think the Inte Pirint voter of t li a 100000 a day and in one week of tho country will swallow such nonsense What we neid is more standard Wiped Out time I was with him in tho States of monoy This freo coinage and open mints will Bupply New York New Jersey West Virgins That free coinage and open minis will raise the piico of products oven That Must Be the Final Re Kentucky Ohio Indiana Illinois Mis-Â¬ souri and Tennessee moro than a millthe most celebrated gildlte writers admit In his catechism fordistrlbu suit Here tion among security holders Horace White warnes th m that the remonltl ion people came out to hear him He has discussed every question cour zUlon of silver would bo followed by an inevitable general aud permanent rise In prices Also In liia catechism to WAg Manier on page 1 In an What the True Interests of the teously answered every Interrogatory swer to tlio question What would ho tlm ir ct of fre coinage at 10 to 1 randidly and concealed do opi ilou on Republic Demand on tho prices of mmodltles any sulj ct from the American people he tells tin m tlmt the pile s of all import Â¬ ed and ixported commodities would immediately rice in proportion if 51 to He has championed the cause i f the 100 What better does an Amerhan product r want llian 47 per rent rise Degrees of wraith cannot bo regulated weak where right and defiantly de- Â¬ in tho price of i xport products nounced wronvr however poweiful by law Wealth must bo left as imturo Whom his opponents contemptuously Tliis may be and doubtless 1b an extr me- - view but it comes f om the intended It as tho reward of industry other side and frugality But there certainly called The Boy Orator of the Platte Tins fne Mlver holds out Induct mnts to both Hie farm r and wage should bo no laws especially favoring when nominated they now recognize as earner When tho farmer prospors all prot per is an old and true say Â¬ tho wealthy classes Such n law how the great at campaigner of the continent ing Indorsed by Mr McKIuley himself AVest Virginia has been claimtd out- Â¬ over most certainly exists in tho act of The gold Republicans in a vaineiTnt todivrt the mind of the voter 1873 establishing tho singlo gold stand Â¬ right or as doubtful all along by the lie- from he real if sue tho money qu stion do much hi egging about the a- Â¬ ard It favors tho rich to tho detri- Â¬ publicans I think it may be confi lently llied great prosperity of 182 which they attribute to the poteut ii ilueuce ment of tho producing classes bcoauso it placed in tho Bryan column The inter of tho McKinley tariff bill As old line it- publicans we do not wish to fastens upon ns a growing or appreciat Â¬ est manifested there was very great and ing mcatnro of values Every successive the enthusiasm unbounded disparage protective measures which we btlieve when rouitably and ju diciously applied are beneficial but to attribute tho prosperity of 18112 to Kentucky another of the States tra nation which adopts tho gold standard incroasos tho worlds demand for that versed has been claimed by our oppottie jtlcKlnliy tariii or the prevailing condillon of the country to the Wil- Â¬ metal and by so much enhances its rcla nents from the fact that a Republican son bill is to betray an ignorance of facts culpable In eitner a public speak- Â¬ tivo valno Every year as tho cominorco er or j annalist There was a more potent iill lence ut work Govenor was elected there last year and of tho world increases tho value of gold If tho McKinley act was entitled to the cr lit why did not the good that ix Gov Buckner is on the Palmer nugtnouts Tho dollar is over becoming times continue ticket I regard it as safely Democratic That act was in force until July 1894 The panic camo larger and larger Tho rich find it in 181W while this act was still In operation The conditions iu Ohio is regarded by Also the revenues of the greatly to their advantage but it boars government ran behind about 70099000 before any change was made in our people there as improving every heavily on the industrial classes Enterprise requires that men should day m niu icvruuu mn uj vjuugreua or uiB jii wianu legislation Also the lln borrow No ouo can engage nctlvcly in In Indiana and Illinois the crowds weie CC ports under the McKinley tariff were much luiger than under tho Wilson any business by which employment is immense although the people had less Arj Ml 1or example for tho fiscal year etulirg June 150 1893 we lumortid given tootheiH and tlio community ben than forty hours notice of Mr Bryans VX ed merchandise to the amount of 00400922 while the ytar ending June efited without being a borrowor Evory coming 1S0 shows only 779710024 or 80ti90fe98 less Tho southern portions of the successful man has ot ouo timo been K States only were traversed and hence I Iho presumption is held out that our own nulls are closed hi cause of largoly in debt Tho gold standard disthe excessive importation of foreign gooih but as will be seen the record would not undertako to speak for the criminates ncainst this useful olntw is auaiust the presumption If the schedules of the Wilson bill were raised tho active enterprising producing class northern counties But great confidence tho backbono of tho nation It does in our ability to carry both States char sufficient to meet the requirements of revenue and were more iquitahly this becanso in addition to tho interest acteriz d our party there Large accesdistributed as demanded iu the free silver platform they wou d aliord all paid uudor an appreciating standard sions from the Republicans were report- Â¬ needed protection tho debt is ovor growing larger An ad ed in some oections and little complaint vantage is thus by law placed in tho The real cause of the prosperity of 1892 wero good crops in this coun hands of tho money londors and tho of desertions from our own ranks try famine In Russia aud the addition to the circulating medium of s mo With the well posted It goes without groat financiers to tho detriment of all 4000000000 or more a month under the Sherman act The reason this saying that Missouri and Tennessee will othor classes prosperity did not continue may be found iu the fallowing acts of legisla- Â¬ Undor this ndvantago tho rich grow give unusually large democratic maj tri tion all tendIngto enhance the value ol gold which alone under the gold richer with wonderful rapidity and tho ties nctivo producing classes of courso standard measures price The candidacy of Sewall and Watson havo to stand tho burden It was under both as Vice Iu the fall of 1892 Secretary Rster made the ruling to use gold only as Presidential candidates on tho operation of tho gold standard in redemption money Under that m ing tnaury notes greenbacks silver different tickets indorsing Bryan Is not England that tho class of small farmers certificates aud the interest on the public debt was payable in gold only was entirely wiped out and tho lands going to endanger tho electoral vote in Tuerery greatly increasing the demand for gold camo into tho possession of a class of any State Tho people who want to In November 1892 Cleveland an avowed enemy of silver was again woalthy capitalist holders the former elect Bryan will so vote as to do it They elected on a platform which demanded the repeal of the Sherman act owners becoming mero tenants on tho will by their ballots put aside every ob lands they onco woro tho proprietors of sticle aud so vote that their votes will Aug 2 1892 Aintria by act of Parliament agreod to go ou a gold In tho sauio way peoplo in this country count basis if Rothschild would loan them 125000000 in gold Their mints will jnoroasingly becomo tonants and so were closed Aug 1 1892 Sho got the loan about June 1 189t About I think the prospects of our ticket depart tho farther from tho ideal condi- Â¬ 100000000 of tho gold was drawn from this eouury in May brighten every day and will until the tion of a republic 120 000000 of her standard silver was reduced illegal louder power election We are making this fight on With n stable monoy standard or if to 5 Her 2400000000 of silver basis 5 per ceut bonds were changed to it must vary at all u depreciating rath- Â¬ the rising not thercceding tide which gold 4 per cent binds er than appreciating one this ndvantago means a great deal in all elections That to wealth ceases to exist aud tho ninety This made an increased dein md of 2 520 million dollars of gold as the subsidence of the silver crazj so con- Â¬ and nino averago citizens prosper far fidently predicted and earnestly prayed only legal tender of that umpire a id correspm lingly iucreasud tho relative mora iu thoaggregato than tho ono docs value of gold for by the enemies of the Democracy undor tho present system Ou June 20 1891 East India was p it upon a gold basis d monetizng has not been seen While the acct ssions Tho truo interests of tho republic de Â¬ her nearly f 1000000000 dollars of standard silver money mand not that weulth bo equalized but to the Democratic ranks ran be num This was done by an order of British couiicil which makes general laws that all bo given n moro equal clianco bered by thousands conversions to the for India This tho repeal of tho act of 1873 and enemys doctrine are seldom seen tho re enactment of tho coinage laws ns That order provided first that rupees then worth 30 cento as standard While I think victory will be ours it they cxistod prior to that year will very behooves every Democrat to be up and money bullion value should be redemable in god at 32 cents a rupee greatly accomplish second their freo coinage should bit stopped thereby increasing the prodoing We must not forget that our en To illuBtrato tho operation of tho apbable demand for gold about 9000 0000 This started the panic preciating standard aud tho advantage emies have the greatest campaign fund June 30 1893 Cleveland called Congress ti gather in special s salon to ever raised in the history of mankind it works to tho monoy louder suppose repeal the purchasing clause of the Sherman act ten years ago two men to own 600 DIdius Jullanus did not pay as much for Congress ast embled Aug 7 apiece Tho ouo lends his money tho the Roman EmDlre when he bought It BUI repealed Oct 31 other invests iu property Tho lattor at auction of the Praetorian Guard as buys a houso and lot for 1000 pays Mark Ilanna is ready to pay and has Every one of these steps tending to Increase the demand for and value dowu tho 500 ho owns and borrows tho tho money for of gold was followed by falling prices Then came the bond sales and the presidency for Mc remainder from his friend upon a mort finally Mckinleys nomination on a gold platform The latter was imtnedi J Kinley All that bulldozing bribery gago on his property Tho monoy stand Â¬ ately followed by a slump in prices Siuco Bryans nomination and the ard doubles and tho 500 debt becomes and corruption can do to thwart the will great showing of strength of the silver forces has made itself apparent the as largo as 1000 was at tho timo tho of the people and defeat justice will be tendency of prices has been upward The voter who votes on the tariff When it falls duo it done loan was niado issue this year Is four years behind the tims takes tho entire property to pay tho debt Let tho patriots of this country but do Tho monoy lender thcu has everything S their duty and all will be well tho borrower nothing This is an ex Benton MMlllin perienoo which ovory day some ono suf Â¬ Representative from Tennessee fers Every mortgago today requires tho entiro property to satisfy it because tho Lishen Willlard G Logan Fred Insist on having just what you call for Report of The Cloverport High debt has doubled not in tho number of Newton Carrie Holuief Ray Heyser School for September 1806 tho dollars but in tho relative value of when you go to buy Hoods Sareaparilla and Dora Pate each dollar tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier and nerve Number girls enrolled 141 Number Second Grade Efllo If tho niouoy standard would remain tonic Pate Mattio Willis of boys enrolled 115 Whole number First Grade stationary whuro it is it would not bo Edith Burnis Virgin- Dan- Â¬ 250 Average dally atpupils enrolled so bad but wo havo uoguarauteo what Â¬ iel Katie Pate Alma IVrkii a and OFFICIAL VOTE tendance 215 ever that it will not ugaiu doublo aud Percent of attendance Robert Wilson nothing will tend so much togivo it an 84 Averago standing in scholaiship Parents are n quested to visit the upward boost is tho success of Of other Breekenridge County By Frecinota 83 Number cases tardiness 10 Num school as often as convenient Cemn aud the gold ticket at tho polls next mouth ber of visitors 10 Lend a Helping Haud by your presence Wo cannot eeo how it is possiblo for at It Was Polled for President 110 LI OF 1IOKOB See that your children are regularly and gold not to farther appreciate if its adin 1802 vocates triumph If it docs It is inevi- Â¬ Tenth Grade Kenneth Ferry promptly at school When they attain table that tho hard times will bo pro- Â¬ Ninth Grade Mary Jarboe Efilo Swug success in life then j ou will remember longed and intensified failures in busi Â¬ As most calcuatlons as to the remit got Lafe Behen Walter Oez loe thufjltsul work of tho ttacher iu tho ness will multiply labor will increas- Â¬ of the present campaign are based upon Fulton formation of character ingly be left unemployed great poverty figures of the last presidential elec- Â¬ Eight Grade Ira Behen Sam Berry J II B Ligan Principal will ensno nud whou men grow despor tbo Waill Id Collins David May Chris ato from hunger riot and disorder will tion it may bo of Interest to our readers to see the vote of Breckenridg t county Una Ilaldes Lela Daniel Muriel Paducah Ky may well feel proud ol threaten tho peace of tho country Mennwhilo tho syndiouto which is as It was then polled Gregory Irene Jaiboe Grade Plank some of her enterprises Mesas P putting up millions to carry its purposes Below we give the official figures and Wilson Lillian Slppel Halllo Waitleld Son of Kimble Ky write to iu tho presout campaign will bo recoup every individual can make his own com Seventh Grade Carl Lishtn llovlors tho E E Sutherland Medicine Company ing itsolf from tho peoples treasury parisons and do his own guessing Rauerty Grade Ferry Edna Jar as follows Wo write this to certify to with profits adequate to tho risks it has Hardlnsburg No 1 31 140 81 hoe Nora Perrigo and Salllo Swpg the wonderful and grand good results taken 81 125 got from your Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey III Can any good citizen so disregard the Hardlnaburg No 2 00 85 42 Sixth Grade Carl Gregory Jesse Moor- Â¬ wliiih Is selling faster than any medlciuo truo interests of tho republic as to cast Hardlnsburg No 3 No 1 72 71 his voto for tho perpetuation of tho gold Cloverport man John Newton 13 Lilbon Smith wetvernold People who never traded Cloverport No 2 standard Detroit Tribune 13 114 14 Grade Geary Maltle Graham Lea at our store have heard of it and come Cloverport No 3 107 115 13 sio Newton Wearda Graham Frieda from adjoining counties for it One case Our Institution Threatened Stephonaport 78 Mary Sippel and Maggie in particular is that of Mrs Smith Wool 04 Riedel 73 Mr Ilanna would not only destroy Union Star 82 60 dridgc of this place who was soHIIicted Wroe 50 our agricultural interests upon whioh Mooleyville 80 31 5 Fifth Grade Mabel Holmes Anulo Jar with her throat for over Uo years that bo much of tho welfare of our oities and 108 83 01 boe Rebecca Willis Iva Wlue she could not speak abovo a whisper towns depends but ho would disfran Â¬ Webster Bewleyvllle 74 70 84 James Chaplo Leonard Gregory and After should the first bottle ol Dr Bells chise the American voter Exohougo Cutter 103 41 Ben O Brlen 07 she could talk as well 7 Hudson 71 122 Fourth Grade James IV bow Louise as ever and the cass Is sach a wonderful OJJBrFOL2C4L JlcDanlels 11 Babbage Maggie Burns Katie Moor cu e that her neighbors come in to see ifl 130 Air- HM Rock Vale 127 110 8 lain man Rollo Fallon for themselves and are astonished to ITHT 1497 Total 07 770 Third Grade Arthur Gregory Eddie hear her talk All dealers sell It the Â¬ e - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m8Bmimm3mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- CvZik vote in every state possible securing so THE FIGHT IS WON many Electors for Bryan and Watson and conceding so many to Bryan and Sewall At the opening of tho campaign Cheering News From the St Louis Commercial Travelers Bry Â¬ this under the circumstances see nud tho wisest co lit bo for your committee AND CONSIDER RESULTS an Club and It is clean r today than ever that it was the only r afe and wise course if our St Louis Oct 14 The following cam Â¬ votes were to bo cast and made i fl ctive Before Falling Into Traps Sot for tl o relief of an oppressed and out Â¬ paign circular was Bent out last night by the National Democratic campaign com- Â¬ raged peoplo For You lino of policy your mittee of Commercial Travelers from Following tliis committee lum arranged electoral tickets their headquarters at the Lindell hotel St Loulu Ojt 12 To Commercial In three fourths of the states and will do By tho Republicans and Their all lulls power to make the same arrange Travelers of the Uiilted States Having ments in all of the states By perfecting been busily engaged all during the cam Â¬ Gold Allies tills arrangement and every sincere op paign in promoting the organizations of ponent of the gold standard giving loyal Democratic and Freo Silver clubs support to these j tint Electoral tickets throughout the United Slates and par- Â¬ ticularly In those states deemed doubtful Manifesto To tho Populists of the Peoples party will not only sscure wo are now able to report that Illinois iu the Electoral College for Bryau and the Country Wutfion several times as many votes as Indiana and Kentucky are safe for Bryan we could have pofsibly secured by mak- Â¬ and Sewall by strong majorities and that ing astraigM fight but wo will secure Ohio though close will In all probability go for Democracy by a small Every Man To His Post and the defeat of McKinley and tho gold Michigan though somewhat majority doubtful standard which should now be the great Â¬ Victory Is Sure est deBlre of every citizen who believes is more favorable today for Bryan at el Sewall than for McKinley In the principles of true Democracy We therefore beg to congratulate Tlio ItiiHiljlUiiitw Hope By this arrangement wo can unite a our friends the commercial travelers Every Voter Advised To Support large majority of tlio voters on our joint that tho election of Bryan and Sewall Is Electoral tickets theref ire the only hope practically conceded It is not well how- Â¬ the Fusion Ticket ard Avoid of the- - moniy power and trusts is to di- Â¬ ever to for one moment relax vigilance Being Misled vide and conottT The R publican or work as it is desirable to have tliema- managers and their Democratic alliiB jority far beyond doubt or hope of con- Â¬ reulizi tliis and are putting forth every test This headquarters is prepared to Cn ctno October 13 An ItnpoiUnt ellbrt to act omplNh this end liny furnish to commercial travelers an assort Â¬ meeting of the National Ex rutivo Com have their i missaries on haud every Â¬ ment of literature for distribution free mittee of the Peoples party was held to where tr ing to prevent jiint Klictond of chage and to aid In the organization day at the Sherman House The follow tickets from being arranged Fulling In of silver clubs anywhere in tho United ing meiub rs wero present Senator tliis they try to find Populists and sliver States under the auspices of the national 1 Marion Huth r Chairman J R S Every mocrtitH who can be induced on ono Democratic campaign committee ivr eign Arkansas H W Reed Giorgla pretext or anothtr to rebel against the commercial traveler should work hard and earnesly for the cause jiiut Electoral tickets Geoigt F Washburn MitsstuliUetiH Our customers the retail mercliautp The dang r lies in the possibility of a John W Breidnthal Kuishh M O Rankin Indiana J A Kdgerton Ne certain portion of the rank and file of are largely Iu favor of fre o bllver and braska C F Taylor Pennsylvania tho Peoples parly being misled by so their benefit and prosperity should bo The comuiitieo as in almost c uitiiiu- - called leaders who for reasons knowu our first consideration Our employers ous s cret session from morning until best to themselves or for want of reason may in some instances bo opposed to midnight Tho preparation of an address are ad vibing voters to rebel airainst the free silver but our customers are tho people upon whom wo depend and upon to lie voters of the party engaged most j tint Electoral tickets and put up sepa of the time Fmioti dliTerencH aud the rate Electoral ticket or to withhold whom wo rely Salaries of commercial traveleis iu attitude of certain members to Mini Wat their support from the joint Electoral gold standard England which has ol son firmed a Buhjectfor protracted and tickets lively debate ioiuo oftho Democrats of tho revenue most freo trade and in Germany and Mr Reed cinie u9 tho personal representative of Mr Wilsou Ktripe who tiro not yet weaued from the Italy where they have the gotd standard hnvlng upent two days with him just be 11 sh pots of Egjpt but are sticklers for anil the very highest protection in the fore leaving Atlanta and his signature to regularity and nominally supporting Mr wotld are almost alike ranging from 00 to 2000 per annum while those of the address which explains and justi Bryan while secretly and in evory un fl s j tint Watson and Electoral derhanded way are trying to accomplish the United States whch has had until Seall ticki ts and appeals to Popiilists to support his defeat uro advising against the j lint 189J at least a subterfugo for the free them at the polls Is accepted as proof Electoral ticket and failing in this then silver coinage and averago salary of from 1100 to 15000 per annum that puicd has been restored oer this adviso Democrats to scratch Peoples Salaries of commercial travelers per party E colors and already a few dimension by tho committe Populist leaders are advising the rank annum Senator Butler raid that no action hud been taken by the committee relativo to aud file of our party to strike back hy re Â¬ England free trade jold sanelard 300 to 2000 Mr Watson and none would be that he fining to support the Demo ratio Elect- Â¬ Germany high taritr would remain on tho ticket Another ors on the joint Electoral ticket gold standard 300 to fOOO This is a trap set by tho gold bugH meeting will be held to morrow Folwho are r j ticing that a few honest men Italy highest tfrifl gold lowing is the addrcsi prepared standard 300 to 20C0 havo fallen into it These reports to day iiy xiio ciiiiiiiui To tho Peoples Party Voters of the are tlio only ones that buoy up tlio hopes United Stales taritr for revenue only bimetal- Â¬ United States Your National Commit of tho Reituliliran managers and the lism until recently tee indulged tho hope that the patriotic Democrats anil Populists who are thus 900 to 5000 This tells the whole story It is the action of the Peoples patty in National eugngeil are lining jtut what the gold monometallic money standard that puts Convention In subordinating tho interest men desire our noso on the grindstone and keeps us of party to success of tlio vital Ibmi h in Apiicitl To Voters Therefore we appeal to evvry Pop doing busiuess in steadily declining mar- Â¬ volvttl in this campaign would be met hy equally unselfish devotion to a com ulit who may have been misled by such kets and makes it so diillcult to maintain mistaki u or f ilbo pleas of pretended loy our standing and employment mon lutortst on tlio part of tlio DemoIf wo cratic party and that all the friends of ality to the Peoples patty into refusing adopt European finance we must adopt silver could present a solid front agaiust support to such joint Eectoral tickets to European salaries Let us lint our votes and use our the minions of greed by supporting one stop and consider tho results of such con Â¬ ticket the truly co operative ticket duct and refuse to bo iiilluenced by most loyal ellorls to redeem the country aud in fact benefit all tho peoplo by Bryan aud Watson But tho hope being either misguided or Cirrupt moi The ono and only hope of tho Repub voting aud working hard for Bryan and disappointed there wero but two courses lican tarty to win iu this campaign and Sewall left one of which must bo adopted It is patriotic along tlio lines First to run a straight Bryan and tasteii the gold standard upon the coun of justice right and good business policy Watson Electoral ticket in every state try is the corrupt use of an unlimited to ilo to Yours truly James W Jump Cliirmau which on account of the failure of the supply of money for bribery conuption J E Pitts Secretary1 Democratic party to support this ticket and intimidation The patriotic action Bryan Gaining in Michigan would havo fleeted the Name result iu of the Peoples party In forming and nip- Davifov Mich Oct 13 lbiu J I tills campaign that would have followed porting these j tint Ele ctorical tickets has lUiiiiAiti Fm km John The free and utt the nomination of a straight PopuMst shattered that hope limite I coinage of silver is gaining Already they are alarmed at the ini ground hero iu Michigan each day as ticket at St Louis namely the election of McKinley and the triumph of tho gold potency of a boodle campaign when all the election gets nearer and I think by of the great in ral forces of the people the time the ballots are counted the standard people in Old Kentucky Bee It Is true that the Democratic party are solidly united in defense of Amer Michigan will go for Wm will Bryan that 15 J Tho revulsion of tho to 1 like a llisli Heres to Bryan woud be responsible even to a greater ican institutions Yours Respectfully extent than ourselves for such a result Americau people against this boudlo M II Fontaine but to permit evil to triumph on such campaign during tho last ten days has so S P Send me the News by Telegram grounds would convict us lis well as them united thorn that victory Is now asaurtd the first Usuo ou Nov of a lack of patriotism and a narrow par- Â¬ Tho Peoples party will be the patty The Ameiican people tisanship that would deservedly forfeit of the future to ustlie confidence of the American peo- will recognize it as tho agency that saved ple Remember that two wroi neer the day when their interests wera at stake the American people will rally make a right around its banner as tho party to cot Tlio lltr Hollo Is a deep seated blood disease which When our devotion to tho welfare of tend against tho enemy of good Governthe people falters because of any failure ment in tho future Every man to his all the mineral mixtures iu the world cannot cure SSS guaranteed purely on the part of the Democratic or any post and the victory Is won vegetable is a real blooel icmedy for other paty then will wo have lowered MaIIION tlUTLKK J W BkIKIIKNTIIAL blooel diseases and has no equal Mrs Y T Buck of Delaney Ark had our standard and proved ourselves falte Chairman M C Rankin Scrofula for twenty five years and most to our own teachings and repudiated our J R SOVKIIBKIN C F Tayloii of the time was under the care of the own motto of Country first and ineu and H W Rkki J A EnuKitTov eloctors who could not relieve her A parties second Geo F Wasiiiiuiiv Stcretary specialist said he Iho brave enlightened otcrs who could cure her but To remove the constipated habit the he filleel her with constitute the rank and file of tin Peoples arsenic nnd potash party are incapable of such base betrayal only safe treatnie ut Is a courso of Ayers which almost mined of their country as would result from a Pills f tllowed by a laxative diet Most her constitution She other cathaitics do moro harm than good division in the rutks otthost opposing then took nearly every so called blood tho machiuatioim of the confederated theref ire leading phjBiclans recommend medicine nnd drank mouey power of the ointment against Ayers Pills t specially as a family by f SIJV themtheythe wholesale tho homes and liberties of tue Anorican pit j sic but did not reach jXvJJl HV Soiiio her trouble ptople and would repudiate any action Lewis Record nnn utv flitlc1 luv 1U iy wmw V on the part of their leaders onposcd to I VjK SSS I3l livi vprv llemhfielJ Oji tic and fillf the united dibit at this time as they reSaid General Weaver in his speech soon found that 6he had a real blooel remeely at last She says pudiated tho old parties for tteachery After tak Â¬ here recently Is your ongrcssman ing one dozen bottles of to their interest SSS I am from this district a Democrat or a Re Â¬ perfectly well my sklu is clear The other course It ft op u to your and healthy and I would not be iu voice a publican Republican committee that was consistent with the my former condition for two thousand voice John W elollars What is his name V action of the convention In nominating Instead of drying upthepolsou Let us see how he voted upon in my system like Lewis Mr Bryan was to do everything in its the potash and to issue five hundred million arsenic SSS drove the disease out power to unite the voter of the country the bill through the skin aud I was perma Â¬ against McKIuley and to ovi rcome the dollars in bonds to retire the greoubajks Ah I here it ia John W Lewis votes nently rid of it obstacles and embarrassments which If AYE Hero Is the n cord ho ding up the Democratic party had but the cause the congnselotial record SSS never fails to cure Scrofula flrst and party second wo woud not have This was bad upon tho Rxpullicaua Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood encountered who have been speaking over U raj son Poison or any disorder of the blood UlvUlou of iiclora euiuty condemning Cleveland ami Do uot rely upon a simple tonic to cure This could be accomplished only by Carlisle for issuing bonds in times ot a deep seated blood disease but take a arranging for a dlvslon of the Electoral peace while at the same time they ad real blood remedy vls the people to vole for John W uur uookb free upon who U Uov i Reports lLw is hv not only endorsed the boud cation applU his vote but miea issue ioyal Baking Powder toOOOOOOOO more Interestvoted to bonds Specific Swift itia Co bearing In times ol peace Atlanta Ga lijMroi fo alt others STOP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Scrofula Â¬ 5TWj Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy sss JMgwBiwaJwingMiiiLiiaiiiiijiiBuitiw 1111V n wB 4i T - r ff ft THE BRROKRNRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY committeemen According to tho poll WONDERFUL TURNOUT of the Democrats tho state will glyo The Republican Ins D 4 V 0 BilWge Edltori and ProptUtri Bryan 20680 plurality poll shows a plurality of 0512 The Journal rays tho poll clearly indicates Three Thousand Democrats As Â¬ WEDNESDAY OCTODEIl 21 1800 that the Slate is sure to go for Urynn semble at Fordsville to Hear Breckenridge News BRANDENBURG Several fo New Albany on Their Wheels Ep Death Population Increasing League Meetings worth Biliorlptloa t Pilot 100 ilPfcld at U Bad of th tut Tut la AdTsaot B125 Ellis and Parker Democratic National Committeeman of the Stato of Now York In a letter to National Chairman James K Jones declares Bryan and So wall will carry Now York nnd bases his assertions on reports of club Presidents and calls for literature He says I ngird the situation as remarkably encouraging I can conceive of no greater change in pub- Â¬ lic sentiment than has occurred in this Stato during the last three weeks The demands for literature exceed anything in tho history of Statu politics This fact added to the reports of tho chairmen of the various county committees and the reports of the olllcers of the Bryan and Senall clubs iu which 150000 voters nro to be found makes mo rcgaid tho outlook here as that of many of tho Western States conceded to Bryan by Republicans My opinion based on un Â¬ prejudiced report is that Bryan and Sewall will carry New York Frank Campbell Shacklett Noticed Bruner Nuptials Political News Rally Sutlers Silver Only One Standard You and we may differ as to money standards and out of our very differences good may to the merits of one standard emulsion of cod Ilver oil come But we tStSBBBSfiSKSffiSS w SIX PAGES inncitATic Tiouirr Klecllou Tiicmlii- Improssive Parade in Which riftoon Mr Hundrod Horsemon Tako Part for Democracys Sako Gen A J Norcmcer I1RYAN U For Prnlilent WILLIAM JENNINGS Tor Viee rreiUfnl Gross Master of Ceremonies Â¬ It II Nevitt has been on the tick list for several days Mis John Frakes and Httlo Carrie I are In Evansville for a visit to relatives Mlts Eun Davis was a guest Saturdny and Sunday of Mrs James Blands fam- Â¬ ily Mrs Gordon and daughter Miss Kate New Albany spent a day or two heie laet week D M Duncan and James Bondurant attended the Elder sate nt Wolf Creek wont differ as A1IT1IUR SKWAIL For CongrMj fourth lihtrkt I II SMITH Fordsville Ky Oct 17 The largest political gathering evtr in tills county The Cf aujion was was hold here today Two moro weeks and It will nil bo over the raising of a Bryan and Sowall poe and flag nnd tho rally of Bryan freo sil Â¬ but the collating ver eubs Tho parade consisting of 1 500 cavalrymen was an imposing one Tiik great and only John U Carlisle is billed for Beveral speeches In KenThe most attractive feature of It was seventeen young ladles sixteen of whom tucky commencing about the 2- were dressed in white uniform and nnd one mounted on white horses Tub Republicans tell us that the pre dressed In yellow uniform and mounted sent panic is duo to Statk ok Ohio City of Toledo 1 rS on a yellow horse They were enthusi- Â¬ Nov J they will sing a different Lucas County j the multitude The story Ciiknky makes oath that he astically cheered Frank J is the senior partner of the linn of F J farmers began to arrive in town before Vkby few peoplo will go to Owensboro Ciienky Co doing business in the City 8 oclock a in and continued to pour in in wagons and buggies and on horseback from this section to hear Mr Carlisle tell of Toledo County nnd State aforesaid why ho changed sides on tho money and that said firm will pay the sum of from every direction until after If Gen A J Gross a former cit- Â¬ question ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each oclock and every cose of Catarrh that cannot izen of this place was master of the cer Ialmek and Buckner took a swing bo cured by the uso of Hams Catarrh emonies at tho raising of tho flag and FRANK J CHENEY delivered a brief add res which created around tho circle last week but very few Cure A conservative esti- Â¬ Sworn to before mo and subscribed in great enthusiasm people are taking any stock in them and my presence this Gth day of December mated of tho crowd places it at not less their aid society Â¬ Â¬ SCOTTS EMULSION has won and held its way for nearly 25 years in the world of medicine until to day it is al- Â¬ most as much the standard in all cases of longf trouble and every condition of wasting whether in child or adult as quinine is in malarial fevers Differ on the money ques- Â¬ tion if you will but when it comes to a question of health perhaps of life and death get BiiVAN will bo our next President No tnisUiku about it The people are with him all over this country and they are going to elect him Vhkv vtagesare good in this country conceal it He doesnt practice much self denial and when he prospers thoso around him picwper the lalorer doesnt Can any thinking man vote for Mc Kinley Do you know where he atands Have you any confidence in his present utterances viewed from his past record Gov Bradley is spending a good deal of his time iu this campaign away from Keally the Gov ought to Frankfort stay at home and take enre of his salary than 3000 1880 Ex Congressman W T Pallia was to A WGLEASON address tho vast crowd at 1 p m in Wa- Â¬ SEAI Notary Public lkers warehouse but it was found that tho crowd was so large that houso Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally would not accommodate themthe and he and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ speke from the door of tho building to cous surfaces of tho s8ttm Send for 1000 or 1500 on the inside and as many testimonials free on the outside CO Toledo O CHENEY F J Capt Ellis speech was 0110 of tho bett SSTSold by all Druggists 75c that tho people of this county ever had tho privilege of hearing and ho was cheered to the echo Judging by the For Bryan demonstrations of tho people his speech did justice to the issues He covered OHIO IOWA AND WISCONSIN the whole ground including the demon Â¬ etization of silver the fifty cent dollar argument the overproduction argument Theso States Confidently Placed indeed every argument against restoring in the Bryan Column silycr to free coinage at the ratio of 10 to A I rs 1 Washington Oct 10 A letter from sound money Demo Â¬ vote for Palmer and a member of the Democratic executive theres no use in It committee Clevelaud O gives esti vote for McKinley mates whicli claim a plurality for Bryan of not less than 110000 The letter status In Ashtabua county the accessions The Hon C H Blackburn speaks nt from Republicans aro very large and Hardinsburg tomorrow afternoon and the Democratic committee says it will go for Bryan This county has a normal hero at night He is of tho old Joe stock which is a Rullicieut introduction Republican majority of 500 The labor element is nearly all for Bryan while to this community the Republicans are losing among the farmers The Western Reserve has been Undkii the present financial system the common people of this country see the stronghold of tho Republican party nothing ahead of them but poverty in Ohio To day 13 per cent of the peo Â¬ They believe the election of Bryan will plo are for free silver or bimetallism Basing estimates upon polls made here bring about a change for their good and elsewhere in the State the Palmer Tiik farmer of to day is a little farther vote in Ohio will not exceed 0000 In advanced intellectually than his grand 1803 there were bifiio Iopulit votes father was and you cant stuff him with and 21000 Prohibition votes Most of the idea that undei a single gold stand theso will go for Bryan Tho number of ard the price of his products will mater- Â¬ Republicans who will vote for freo silver is variously estimated but tukiug ially increase the smallest estimate made here the Vx would like to see the capitalist in plurality for Bryan should not be lees this country who runs his factory at a than iO000 Iu Ohio Tho Democratic committee hai re- Â¬ lost for tho Bake of giving his hands em ployment in ordinary dull times They ceived a poll of Iowa whicli claims a tell us that it is done but there Is not majority of not less than 37000 for Bryan Iu regard to the situation theie much evidence of It reports received hero to day fiom the It was thought in this country a few national committee say yeitrsngo that wheat was lets liable than The Republican managers hau be Â¬ any other commodity to he monopolized come so badly frightened over Iowa by speculators But that idea lias bug that they have not only been compelled since been dispelled and wheat is as easi Â¬ within the lat three days to plact sev- Â¬ ly cornered now as any thing else eral hundred thousands of dollars in that state but have been compelled to If freo coinage carries do you mean to resort to the usual McKinley method say that there will be any difference in a of claiming everything A Republican silver dollar coined in 18Jft orono coined morning newspaper having a mort Â¬ in 18i7 Not a bit of it Youll never gage of 118000 on McKinley has found know their difference except you exam Â¬ it necessary to send its most versatile ine the date One wtll purchase just as correspondent into that state for the much as tho other both being made a purpose of manufacturing a McKinley legal tender by tho government majority out of an adverse majority It U known positively at national Demo- Â¬ The Hon I HSmith and tho Hon cratic headquarters that the last Re Â¬ I It Murray spoke to n full house at publican poll of Ion a gave the stato Hardinsburg Monday Mr Smith was to Bryan by 7000 majority This ex greeted in this city at night with a full plains the solicitude for Iowa Secre house Ho made a splendid impression tary Walsh of tho Democratic nationboth here and nt Hardinsburg Every- al committee lias iu his possession a body was well pleased with his speech complete poll completed with the last and his ability Ho will poll the full week showing that Bryan will carry strength of his party in this county Iowa by a majority of not lees than 17000 and it may exceed 47000 Tho We send out witli this issue Mr Brans poll shows a Republican defection for fords splendid speech delivered in this Bryan in eyery county This defection city last week It ought to bo read by nius from 50 to 1200 in every county in overybody interested in tho great Ibsuo tho state The banner Republican coun now pending In our judgment there ties aro most affected and thoy will go has been no better speech delivered in for Bryan The Republican poll con Â¬ tills campaign If you are seeking the cedes 20000 Republicans to Bryan j tho truth and an intelligent argument based Democratic poll shows 42000 Republi- Â¬ on facts of history you will find both in cans In Iowa for Bryan Republicans Mr Bransfords speech are coming over dally while the Demo Â¬ crats inclined to vote for Palmer are Wk saw Dr AVatklns yesterday with few National Committeeman Wall of ten twenty dollar gold pieces waiting for a certain Republican in this town who Wisconsin now expresses iu a letter the said he wanted to bet that much that opinion that llryan will carry that Btate McKinley would carry Kentucky The He reports largo changes to Bryan and gentleman hasnt yet showed up to this says good hour There is a good deal of brag Tho tinners of the stato nro over- Â¬ and bluster on that side but when it whelmingly for llryan He says that comes to putting up the stuff they aro in Milwaukee tho feeling agdust Hen- Â¬ not in it ry C Payne McKiuleya manager is so bitter that tho city will go for Bryan by Tiik New York Journal Journal com Â¬ a large majority pleted its poll of Kentucky last week It was tnado by a canvass of each county Alfred Oez Samuel Conrad and through the Democratic and Republican Frank Payne returned Monday from their trip to Canton where they saw and heard McKinley expound his side of the The great question that is stirring the peo Â¬ showed no baking powder ple up They wore on their vests a so pure or so great In Ieav large gold badge calling for an honest CBlttg power v the Royal dollar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vkby few of the crats are going to Uuckner In fact They ought to straight This end of the county has heretofore been ono of the Republican strorgholds but this iyear many former Republicans havo expressed their intention to vote for Bryan and a considerable number have joined Bryan clubi They were largely in evidence at the speaking to day and were enthusiastic in their ap plause This county went for Bradley by 245 majority This year it will give Bryan 500 majority After Capt Ellis had concluded Mr Joe A Parker addressed the people Mr Parker Is a Populist but an enthusiastic Bryan man He made a good speech and was enthusiastically applauded Â¬ GLENDEANE Teachers Miss Emma Davis and Herman Harper Elope to Cannelton The Colored People Are Having a Big Meelng Teachers Association here Oct 21 Wade Pyle Burus was here Sunday A M McCracken was here last week Edgar Lewis spent last week at home Miss Alice Brown visited at Kirk Sat- Â¬ urday C W Moorman Cloverport was here Thursday Miss Carrie Owen is visiting friends at Bewleyvllle Rsv James Tucker Harned preached Worlds Fair Tests here Sunday and at uight Mr and Mrs Steve Day of Short Creek were visiting here Sunday Miss Alma Mattingly was conUrmed at St Romuolds church Hardinsburg Thursday John Harper of Sutherland Daviees county has been hero on a visit for several days Several of our young folks attended the protracted meeting at Jolly Friday and Saturday nights Fred Hudson Louisville spentseveral days witli John D aue last week They fished successfully David Mattingly and family of West View came down Saturday to visit Mr Joe Mattingly and others Mr and Mrs H E Delloven Mill- Â¬ wood are spending a few days with their daughter Mis W R Moorman The Rev J O Duggins of Millwood was here Sunday He reports Grayson county for Bryan by at least 400 Supt Driskell will visit Utopia Friday afternoon Trustees and patrons are invited out to hear his talk Mrj Joe Mattingly and children Miss Alma and Master Coleman vlBlted at Hardinsburg and Harned last week Mr John Fentress aged 77 years was hero Sunday to see his daughter Mrs Jake Leader He lives near Short creek Mis Dick 0ven on her way from Oncnsbaro stopped a day or two at Irv ington labt week with Mm Kato Ben- Â¬ nett The colored peoplo are having a groat revival at their church near here The Rev Mr Johnson is conducting the meeting Neither Misi Fannie nor Miss Nanule Green was able to teach last week on ac count of thelrinothera Mimes Mn Green is scarcely better Junius Owen went to Louisville last week and while there accepted his old place at Dealings which was tendered him June has been several years in Mr Dearingfl employ His leaving lust spring was at his own resignation reluc-Â¬ tantly accepted by Ida employer Miss Emma Davis adopted daughter of Mr Wm Mattingly started to school as On the way usual Thursday morning she was joined by Mr Herman Harper her admirer They very unexpectedly went to Cannelton and were married Next morning they returned at 5 a m to receive forgiveness which was already granted last Saturday Mies Suo Elder of Wolf Crjek will enter Brandenburg Normal next Monday and will be a music pupil Our population is increasing rapidly Theres n new boy at the residence of Mr and Mrs Taylor Hayuce Mies Annio Novitt of Woodland will spend the winter with her aunt Mrs R II Nevitt and will take up her mulc Mr A O Burton Mr Eugeno liar dtsty and Mr W D Ashcraft attended Teachers Associotlon at Wolf Creek last Saturday No preaching in town last Sunday NexcSunday seryici s will be held in both churches Bro Pate and Bro Jenkins filling tho pulpits The Epworth League held a literary and musical program la t Friday night Brother Pate delivered a seasonable talk and touched on some potent points Next Friday night the Literary of the Brandenburg Normal will meet A new organ has teen put in the school by the teachers for morning exercises and for the benefit of tho society Wo note what you say of Sulz rs girls and if any our girls should decide to go into the business well recommend the firm as being an ad lor a desire to re- Â¬ nounce single blessedness The marriage of Mies Lihie Shacklett to Mr Bruner at the residence of Mr and Mrs Blant Shacklett near Ekron was a pleasant event A number of the relatives from here attended the nuptials Congratulations to the joung couple Mr Aaron Wittleshoffer is spending a little while hero with Mr George Yea kel He looks well and says hes getting youni again No doubt he has read Chauucey Depew on Growing old gracefully Mr Depew is now quite rejuvenated The infant child of Mr and MrsElvice Wimp died at tho home of Judge J F Woolfolk Mrs Wimp as been with her fathers family some time as she is frail and her iiost of friends greatly sympathize witli her in tho less of this the second baby The picture of Miss Mary A Hollings worth who has charge of the Baptist Orphans Home Louisville was in the Art Supplt nient of the Courier Journal with an interesting sketch of manage ment of the Institution Miss Mary is most kindly known iu Meade and Breck enridge couutits and is a familiar figure at their Annual Baptist Associations Mr C G Moremen son Charlie Fred Howard and Jimraio Sanders of Big Spring went to Now Albany on their wheels last Saturday and returned on the boat that night Muster Fred Howard who Is an enthuoiastc Bryan boy returned much elatid after having interviewed s veral on pontic d points He firmly believes New Albau will give a majority to the Chicago nominee Women intelligent thinking women ore interested in tho political b nation sound money clu s by the fa r sex in the New England States free siver ones in tho West These clubs are purpoited to be accomplishing much good in distributing literature and educating young voters the right way Woman will get in if she cant vote and men uio glad ol her influence ever if it is woimnly A promincut society woman of Louis- Â¬ ville is reputed as saying I know of at least a dozen marriag s that will take place on conditions that the souud money candidates win The idea people in love and that really want to bo one dont care a continental whicli nominee wins everything is gold standard to them and everything glitters to young hopeful hearts matrimonially Inclined Secretary Carlisle will begin his great speeches in Kentucky to tell the real situation in a nut shell and his adherents will announce that sound money will wlu Senator Blackburn if his throat will penult will have his apostles lined up for a final struggle when thoy will proclaim that their claims are based on ttable rumoiB and at this stage of the game freo and uulimited theory is a sure wlutitr The weather is delightful the bands play the orators are flapping their gold and silver piuionB the whole U S is on tho quivlve to learn what is best for the nation aud still perplexity and coufusiou reign All hail Nov 3d to settle it Free Silver to day and the advocates are happy No doubt Mr Editor you will be hero to participate in tho pomp and revelry and you can tell the read- Â¬ ers of tho grand pageant Two brass 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 See Our Line OP the standard Your druggist SCOTT Scotts Emulsion Two sires 50 cts and 100 sells BOWNE New York bands will be on hand Every freo silver Democratic club in the county will be hero as well as many from Indiana 10 to 1 will be represented by horses white to horse yellow Tho political fight is at fever heat every where The contest is exciting and it is useless for any human being to make predictions Tho Australian ballot keeps one in tho dark and it is impossible to determlno what the working class iu tho East may do The lost speech is tiie one that will catch their vote Crashes and going to tho wall are still in order but wheat is on a boom cotton ditto Two classes of people are distat- isfled tho sllveriles with the cheapness of commodities and propose to counter- Â¬ act it by reducing the measure of value They attribute all our woes to the de- Â¬ monetization of silver aud the contract- Â¬ ion of the currency Democrats are supposed to be sticklers however for cheapness and down on high prices arti- Â¬ ficially produced The Protectionist cries Tariff no allowance is made by either for improved machinery and the various inventions and discoveries which have cheapened articles of prime neces- Â¬ sity Improved machinery diminishes the cost of production of some goods faster than the tarill can increase the prices Hence wo find the sllverites and Republicans a little divided in application but a unit in faith Both want ar- Â¬ tificially high prices for the benefit of the classes to the detriment of the mass Â¬ esand if 1 rould seo it differently like the Courier Journal Id withdraw all objection to the free silver theory and yet you Mr Editor see it honestly and conscientiou ly iu an opposite light We are all fond of telling what helps 1 have just laid along in this world aside a book thatjhas helped me so much and it lias made me realz moro fully than over befort that we were all made to outlive adversity aud that we must take in our own immortality and the life of those we mourn and then I have been reminded that aftur all we live in a very friendly world and that it is a part of everybodys business to make others happy Did you ever think how a good book can make m ntlact This book lias made me think about how to oven things ud in tills world aud has made me appreciate more than ever people that help even up t J make the world brighter and happier Theres laughter all around us but there are so many tears to be dried and so many aching henrtj to be cheered It is so difficult to even up along that Hue Our pas tor told us iu his last sermon that 10 many surprises would await us in Heav en Surely no one will be surpiiied to meet those whoje sympathies were wide aud far reaching here and who had kind ly hearts and an uufailing readiness to assist uud alleviate tho woes of less for tuuate human being to tight the wrong Good deeds unselfish acts self sacrifice make pictuies of glory in this world more beautiful than the finest and most classic touches ever put upon canvas We have such spirits hero and we can all name them Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING Mens Suits 5 S6 S8 10 15 Boys Long Pant Suits 350 85 6 8 10 Childs Knee Pant Suits 125 2 8250 83 350 Mens Pants 1 2 250 63 S4 5 pair OVERCOATS ALL PRICES VEST WILDER HARDIN Dentists Dr F It WILDER cf Louisville Will be nt Dr J M Hardins office in Brandenburg Ky on tho 1th Monday nnd Tuesday of every month following Wed ucfdnv and Thursday at Irvinpton and will be pre VjJijO pared to nil Icinds of Denial Work by the latest im Teeth positively extracted without pain by the use of proved methods Artificial teeth of different grades nnd prices A O and Vitalized Air Our prices will be found reasonable and to suit the times Gold tilling bridge work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty Appointments mido by writing to DR J M HARDEN Brandenburg Ky dh y4fcSgrw Ifie Willar cl Motdp LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Beon Converted Into a Modern Palaco Halls aid entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant Nev Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decorated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a auporior in the South rate of chargeB considered Â¬ Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 82 AND 8250 PJ5R DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager W H CHADWI0K The Noted Bicyclist Visits Cloverport Stopt Over and Tells of His He is thirty years of aco five fett eifiht inches tall weighs 170 poundi and is a perftel atluleto in appearance He wil probnbly start from Detroit January let 1807 on a 50000 milo trip Fits Jill hi 1 To make tho complexion good and the ExtensiveTravds breath sweet use Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic It purifies the blood rids About 10 oclock last Tlwruday morn you of malaria and is an upbuilding tonic aiding digestion Pleasant taste and ine Mr W II Chadwick of Detroit pleasant t fleet 50c Guaranteed by all Mich probably tho most noted bicyclist in tho world pedeled Into Cloverport dealers and stopped at the Cloverport Hotel for a rest Sentiment All One Way Mr Chadwick lias traveled more raljts Farm Fild snd Ilreiide ou the wheel than any other living man According to the Chicago morning dai- - On the first day of January 1800 he 1108 except the Record the sentiment is started from his home in Dolrolt and in all oneway in this city and that Is for thirty mouths circumnavigated tho McKinloy The test votes do not susaln eatth On that trip while the earth is this claim At tho Illinois Steel Woiks only about 25000 miles around it was South Chicago a vote was taken with necessary for him to travel 18000 miles the following result by water and 9000 miles by land Since Bryan 2703 his return from his trip around the McKinley 280 world he ha completed a tour of 2500Q Palmer 2 miles over the American continent in In casting this vote thrjo boxes had eighteen mouths on a wager of 5000 been provided but all the votes were which he won This trip meandered put Into the McKinley box It is need from Nortli to South and East to West less to add that tho owner and managers over the Kocky mountains across the of the corp rations are McKinley men Great American deeort down into old AtJolIet a vote was tikenin the same Mexico and up into the Dominion of companya wcrka witli very similar fig Canada It was neceesary for him vM rrs jurt itiHu to rm w ah specialtywho ures reeke swim nine streams strappinK hia Buddie o Bryan pllepsy has without 2800 and provisions on his head and among doubt treated and cur- Â¬ McKinley 300 other hardships he xperionced was n ed more caiei than any living Physician j his Palmer 0 spell of pneumonia of three weeks dura sueceu Is sitonlahlng We hare beard of cases tlon iu the hut of a Chlpewa ludlan in Ct so years Handing Manatoha curaa oy hlra Ila Mr Chadwick is out simply on a plea publishes a vaiuaDio sure trip now and is taking his time work oa He seemed to like Cloverport and re Â¬ this dls H - H H B H eaiih lea For Infants and Children mained over until Friday morning when lie lends m M m Taa he crossed the river with hia whel ni large bot Tit to-tle of fcU absolute care free to any sufferers tfaiii started for Evansville From that city vrho mar send their 1 O and Kxprea address HfUtttft he will go to St Loul thence to Oklm Wi advise anr one wishing a cure to address 4 tV ww taLW B Win V 9 4 CsiarK ftwTtrk go and back to Detroit Â¬ k over the American continent on a waj eroffJO000 tlis trip to bo completed inside of three years Tho route will extend from tho Atlantic to the Pacific the Artie to the Anartic over Mountains through deserts and across streams and judging from the resolution that Mr Chadwick seems to posess he will ac complish the teak if it can possibly bo dono Â¬ t IMOTHERS Say few children escape that most annoy-lnsr but most common chldhood com- plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organ In 33 years not a single report of a failure of sales JWINTERSMITH nt Puchu no Dad nu Winter- rih only - habIt- - mT I butchecKscertatnfuturernUeryondpaln 3SrfuccSs rantees Us value All 5 - Arthur BUCHU W K PAilNHS pXo0dnJerfhaUn Agents imlwllle Ky Genl A It KINCHEIQK BARNES KINCHEL0E ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURO KY Collections aud eulbrcemeat tpecb atlntlott OKO Piirpri jl f of Ileal glten CASTORIA w JOILV jas r skillman VMltli LAWYERS v JOLLY SKILLMAN CIeVtfKIOKT first Office is Hotel hoe KY t af Qtbvtrport yOfWaSW iMiMwWWMWWWt wmmmmmmm WjCU -J- J Ifca 9 m JsMalfctoiiilrr - sAImem II I I li t - n - Jjil msn ijniiii in nniiuuiiMiiimimiff wwuLWumaiiimiMiiJiMiut1 miJIwnBBB MPMf W fffmmktgtMi THE BRKOKHNRIDOrK NMS GLOYERPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEWS 21 OCTOBER 1890 RYANS CAMPAIGN SPEECHES ft KNOWLESVILLE Opoooh N Y This U I havo tiit imineiiflo nmllcnecfl In tlio eltlos whero reront ninny pcoplo llvo In unmll territory jit this U tlio lurgcRt ntulloncc that I luivo cr peon nqiiiblod In tlio nildnt of nn iKricultuml country I nm Rlurt to uotleo inns ntul hufllxtnclH bocnufic my friends ir ciiiiso Is tlio cnilfo In which tlio whola Thousand Farmers n very unusual Rnoctncln In tlio Woods to Twenty lfro tlio inotliors mul wives ns well ns mlly In tio itmltf lntcrrstcd If wo nro entitled to icccctl In tills campaign It Is Iiccjuiro tio Inclplcs which wo represent nnd tho pol ios for which wo stand will bo for tho Ijcnts nnd children nnd oil tho pcoplo of ur uoiovcu inuu I nm utnd thnt nt this meeting wo nro Hindi this year hns voted tho Itcpubllc in Ickot I nm Rind bcoauso somo of tho mvinif ns thn nivqldlnir nfllnnr n innn wlin tt tirt lifalwttiila itwl Mrlt na t1inn f nowspnpors pnnido before tho publlo tho onmes of prominent Domocrnts who nro v thixt for ovory Domocrntlo dosortor wo nro to hnvo accessions from tlio Kopubllcnn party moro than enough to mnko up tho difference Politics Is a practical question nnd It Is so simply because it can bo com prehended by our people I want to talk practical politics to yon for n Httlo whllo this afternoon Neither my tlmo nor my physical ctrength will permit an extended discussion of tho Issues of tho campaign But I desire to suggest Komo thoughts which may help you In your study of tho Issues and In your determination of tho part which you should tnko There Is o difference between tho ownor of money nnd tho owner or producer of property Lot mo Illustrate Supposo a a young man miin In this community finds somo young woman who is willing to trust her future to his strong right arm nnd they start out to build n homo Not having enough money they tako what they linvo Favcd together nnd buy a farm pay ing 1000 down nnd giving a mortgage for tho other 1000 And what Is tho re sult Supposo monoy rises in valuo Supposo you tnko n notion you want n good dollar a high priced dollar n dollar that keeps getting higher priced every day sup poso you hao a dollar that gots to bo twice as good as It wns whon tho man gavo the mortgago It moans that it will tnko twlco as much of tho products of tho farm to buy tho dollurs nnd pay his debts as it did before What is tho result Why tho result Is that It requires twlco as much of thn products of tho farm to pay tho Interest and twlco as niuili to pay tho taxes and twlco as much to pay tho debt and tho man finds out that ho Is not nblo to pay that debt ns ho ngreed to do What then You say ex Why they toll him tend tho mortgage that tho land has gono down in valuo now and that farm is not worth enough to bo good fcccurlty for 1000 Thon whntf There Is ono thing Ho can turn tho farm over to tho man who holds the mortgage That ho can nhvays da What is tho result Ho and his wlfo liavo lost tho 11000 they Invested In tho farm They hno lost tho labor they hno put forth In trying to - pay this mortgage nnd then they loso tho furm and start out In llfo again A Practical Question How about tho other man who sold him tho farm nnd got the 1000 clown If ho loaned that 1000 ho got security on his 11000 nnd ho has tho 1000 within his reach and then ho gets his farm back I ask you if thcro is aiy diffcronco between tho holder of capital and tho owner of property in tho appreciation of tho dollar The mnn with the money Is twlco as well off as lie was before and tho man who trlod to own property lose all ho had and has to begin again You find tho men who hold tho not os meeting in convention nnd declaring that tho gold standard Is tho best system of money that wus over invented But will theso pooplo who liavo lost their homo will they moot together and indorso tho system that is destroying them My friends this is n practical question thnt confronts tho farmers of tho United States and not of tho United States alone but tho farmers of Ireland tho farmers of England and tho fnrmors of Germany nnd tho farmers of o cry nation In tho world that hnvo tho gold standard today I as sort that tho gold standard could not llvo for ono day In any nation under tho sun without tho aid of tho money owners and tho moneychangers to keep It In oxlstonco I nsicrt that the gold standard has never received tho Indorsement of any class of pcoplo except thoso ho prosper most ns society Is destroyed by u rising dollar Now I want to say to you that my de nunciation rf tho gold standard Is sus tained by oents which you can seo Let mo gho you a proof If a mnn tells you tho gold stand ird is it good thing you ask him why it l t tint no tarty In tho history of the United Uatos has our declared for a gold standard In Its platform Isnt it btnmgo If tlio g Id standard is a good thing that iu party has oer reon fit to say so In u i latform And yet that is true It Is truo that- - no national jwrty has over Indorsed n gold standard nnd yet thore nro ixxiplo who favor It Why dont thoy liavo tho courago to wrlto n platform and risk nn lssuo boforo tho peoplo Hut no they dont do thnt They go to St Louis nnd wrlto and adopt a platform whtoh says that tho Itopubllcan party plodgos it Â¬ self to secure bimetallism which of course is n denunciation of tho gold standard If tho gold standard Is good why should wa try to get rid of it my frlomlbf If the gold standard is good why did not tho He publlcan party plcdgo Itself to help keep a Uut no It pledged Itself gold standnnl to got rid of tho gold standard Justus soon as other nntlous will help us That is not That Is the lhy Innguago my friends langungo of tho Hepubllcun platform nnd that is tho construction placed upon It by his 4 tho candidate who stands upon it In tho acceptance Ho says in his lotter that American pooplo cannot enter upon bi Â¬ metallism without tho concurrent notion of othor nations Does ho say we shnll maintain a gold standnnl for ono yenrr No For four years No Hut tho conclusion s that wb must maintain It forovcr If other nations say wo must The Question of Taxation It Is not a question of politics my friends Whole parties nro divided on this Issue It rises uNno tho quostlon of politics Thoy hao declared against tho right of tho peoplo of tho Unltod States to govern Thoy liavo declared that themselves whllo wo want to got rid of tho gold stand iml wo must keep tho thing which we the dont want until nllons shall bring usour rollof which wo should achieve for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Injustice but bocauso they say Thou shalt not steal shall apply to tho great corporation ns well ns to tho burglar and highwayman It Is bocauso thoy say that this government was not Instituted In order thnt its lnstumontalltlcs should bo monopolized by thoso who uso the govern ment for their own onds and put It in distress His Firm Belief I would like to talk to nn audience liko this until I could say many more things which in my Judgment nro worthy of your consideration but I shall liavo done all I liopo to do now If I could Impress upon you tho lmportaucoof studying this monoy question as it rclutcs to yoir If somebody cries Klrol and you dont know whero tho flro Is you may seem but Httlo concerned Hut If n man tells you your house Is onllro you becomo interested Tho promulgation of tho gold standard Is an attack upou your homo nnd your fireside nnd you liavo as much right to resist It as to resist an nrmy marching to take your children cap tlvo and burn tho roof over your head I havo simply told you what I bcllovc I sppak tho sentiments thnt lio deep down In my heart I used to bo Indifferent to tho Until six years ago 1 monoy question thought anybody was a crank who talked about money but whon I got to study tho money quostlon I found that it overshad owed nil othor questions thnt It was deep Â¬ er nnd greater nnd higher than all other questions which wo had to deal with and when I read In tho address of Mr Carlisle that the consummation of this schcnio meant moro misery to tho human race than tho worst pestllonco that over occurred In tho history of tho world I began Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trn Vrntu nnd Cow lril nntlr of AI No cndtiriiic fijr of intional prosperity cnu bjhuilibl oi frold Gold is tlio money of monnivlM Kings covet it Tlio cxeiiniijjos of nntiong nro nlFcctctl ly it Jtrf tend ency is to nccnintiliito in vast iiinsFcs in tho commercial centers nnd to move from kingdom to king dom in such volumes ns to unsettle vnlitos nnd stir np tho lnancus of tho world It is the instrument of gamblers nnd speculators nnd the ideal of tho miser nnd thief The object of so much ndoration it be comes haughty and sensitivo nnd shrinks at tho approach of danger and whenever it is most needed it nhvays disappears at tho slightest alarm It begins to look for refuge It llic3 through tho nations tit war to tho nations nt peace War makes it a fugitive No pcoplo in n great emergency ever found a faithful ally iu gold It is the most cowardly and treacherous of ters My friends civilization is wrapped up all metals It makes no treaty that In tho solution of tho money quostlon It it docs not break It has no friends is tho main question Involved in this Issue whom it docs not booner or later Tho right of self government and tlio oxlst onco of Republican Institutions arc InArmies nnd navies aro not betray volved In It If foreign nations can force In time of a financial policy upon tho American poo- maintained by gold plo they will want to enforce their system panic and calamity shipwreck nnd of government a system which brings dis disaster it becomes tho chief agent tress to tho pooplo a system which Is n No nation monarchical system nnd which maintains and minister of ruin Itself by standing armies ever fought a great Avar by the aid Kvon now my friends whon wo speak On tho contrary in tho out against unjust legislation they say wo of gold are disturbers of tho publlo peace nnd a crisis of greatest peril it becomes mnnaco to law nnd order Do you mean to an enemy more potent than tho foo say that tho farmers gathered hero nnd tho Uut when tho battlo is laborers who nro congregated in our cities in the field No Thoy won and peaco has been secured aro enomlos to our country liavo oarned the epithets of our opponents gold reuppcars and clninis tho fruits not bocauso thoy menace law nnd order John James Ingalls not bocauso they aro going to Inaugurate of victory Soys H Is tlio Mint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tircccft 111 This tVMltwt States they will suc ceed In other nations nnd every nation that goes to tho gold standard Increases tho demand for gold and every Increase In the domntid for gold raises tho purchasing power of nn ounce of gold nnd lowers tho purchasing power of wheat and corn nnd other products of the farm You imshrlno gold ns tho ono thing to bo desired nnd nil mankind pays trlbuto to tho golden calf nnd has tho prlvllogo of working n little linrdor In order to onjoy tho worship The Monarchical System This question Is of much Importance to thoso who nro Rooking to raise tho valuo of gold legislation nnd should It not bo important to thoso who for 0 years liavo I suffered from this financial legislation mot n fanner over In Illinois He was a schoolmate of mlno In college Ho Is n man of oxomplory habits honest frugal nnd Industrious Ho had his three children with him in tho room nnd tho tears rolled down his cheeks as ho told mo that If conditions remained ns thoy were It was tho saddest thing ho had to contcmplato that ho could not glvo to thoso children tho education and advantages ho wanted to That homo Is multiplied by thousands nnd tens of thousands In this laud nnd you tell mo that It Is Just to have a s stem of legislation that takes nwny from tho parent tho possibility of educating his children as ho would and is compensated for It by giving monoy undeserved Into the hands of those who by machination cor ner tho monoy market nnd spend tho mon oy by buying foreign titles for their daugh Â¬ JOHN J INGALLG ON GOLD L mh tftMnre W TIME TABLE antso WIST llnllj arr Urdltn1argl2iJl pm M initio ittT lislly arr Ilarilttiihiirg Sales rlIlaSalcsTAlkand With Hoods Sarsspa- - 7i3H m MS HARDINSBURG Clauds Mercer and James n Sklllmn Admitted to the Bar Silver Club at Kirk Wm Glasscock Dead Co vs A J Gross Sutton McCrackcn and Mercer Nuptials Bud Gutherle and Jim Miller have a Con- Â¬ show that this modi- clno has enjoyed publlo confidence I CI I If BV Printing m m m Nothing ntlda to any ones btisincBB liko good print- Â¬ ing In and patronago to a grcator extent than accord- Â¬ ed any other proprietary medicine This Is simply becauso It possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than any other It Is not whnt wo say but what Hoods Barsaparllla does that tells the story All advertisements of Hoods Barsaparllla like Hoods Barsaparllla it- Â¬ m m m m m m m Jjst versation Frank Ilaswell got home list Satur- day New goods nt A X Klneheloes next week Mrs Sara lyouii villu Wo have never deceived self aro honest tho public and this with Its superlatlvo medicinal merit Is why tho peoplo havo abiding confidence In it and buy June Gardner Is visiting In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gold standard advocates sny that mine owners will nuiUo CO cents profit on every silver dollar They also say that the silver dollar will be only ii f0 cent dollar Now if the dollar is to bo worth 100 cents to the mine owner -- which it must bo for him to niulcc f0 cents profit It must also be worth 100 cents to the next mail IT SNIFFS DANGER A mon lVoplc Thn bottom fict Is that an appeal to tlio neth er forces of civilized nocluty ulwuys involve daiiKuruus possibilities which cannot lx accurately measured or safoljr ignorAl Now York Trlbnnu So Tho Tribuno la afraid thnt nu appeal to tho farmers and mechanics tlio pcoplo who work from day to day for Â¬ Â¬ riutocrntlo lnpers Ionr nf tlio Com Â¬ to reallzo tho Importance of tho monoy question I bollovo thnt Mr Carllslo spoko tho truth and It Is bcoauso I believe that tho gold standard Is mado up of moro misery for tho human raco than wars nnd pcstl lonces nnd famines more misery than hu man mind can couceivo or human tongtio can toll it Is bocauso I bollovo that proph Â¬ ecy that is over since I beenmo com luced of It that I havo cried out against the conspiracy and I sliall cry out ngalnst it as long as God gives mo the volco to speak Â¬ Â¬ their living involves dangerous posSurely there can bo no other sibilities interpretation of its language for tho notlier forces of civilized society aro tho common pcoplo just as tho upper forces nro tho plutocrats But whether Tho Tribuno is right or wroiiR depends upon its view of dan Â¬ gerous possibilities When tho sturdy yeomanry of tho American colonics undertook to throw off tho British yoke tho silk stockinged gold laced plutocrats thought it involved Â¬ f BISMARCKS LETTER Â¬ FreoColnafjo In llio United States Would Hasten International Agreement Governor Culberson cf Texai on July 1 wrote to Princo Bismarck nskhiR his views on bimetallism niicl tlio likelihood of tho United States Government being nblo to adopt mid maintain such a flnnuoial policy independent of any other nation On account of inadeqnato Â¬ postage tho letter was returned to tho governors office thus causing sovornl Princo Bismarck nu weeks delay swercd ns follows err Qx ncfiliie3 ecljrter r Ijabe Sdjrcilieu Dom 1 Ouli b id erljalten QA little ftclS SBorUebe filr Eoppel war mid What do theso ignorant plow If joggers want to mnko trouble for tlio upper nnd not tho nether class could hnvo had thoir way wo should hnvo been under British rulo today When the common people tho nether forcei of civilized hocicty undortook to elect Abraham Lincoln iu 1800 tho up per forces of society also thought it dangerous ponsibili would involvo But Lincoln was olected und if ties ho had not been tho country today would bo permanently rent in twain Kvory great reform recorded in history has sprung from tho nether class tho connnou people and of society wns opposed by tho class which The Tribuno represents But why has not Tlio Tribuno tho courago to como out and express its real fceliugs Why does it not admit that it hates tho common peoplo us much us it fears them nnd that if it could hnvo its way it would oven deny thorn tho right to voto The fanner wants freo silver In or Â¬ was Â¬ Â¬ llullgeYOua pocttlbllUios fTlioaa ovy Oveii Cunningham went to louUvllIo last Saturday Circutt Clerk U S Skilltnan was sick a few dnj 8 last week Mrs Sutton accompanied her son Estel to Louisville last week Gabe Meador nnd son lllg Sprinfrwere visiting hero a few days IhsI week Miss Maggie Ahl who hns been 111 some time with fever is improving Jtss T M McGill has relumed to Howltiyvlllu to live with her children Ma llnrdiu and Judge Mercer epoke out at West View last Saturday evening Mis Allen Murphy Cloverport was here last week visiting her sinter Mrs Iullntn Bishop MfCloskey wns horu laht Fri day aud held serv ces at the ntholie church Miss Nora Hendetsmcauio down from Welmter to attmd the Sutton Mtrctr nuptials The sound lroney men concede that Bryan will carry the county by two hundred A niDii Kincheloe hns been sick for 8tvenudaB Taylor Beard has charge of his ding store Look out for new goods at A X Kin cheloos in xt week Big stock coming All priuts lowend lClande Mercer btooil an ixainination and was admitted to mo unr nsa practic ing attorney in this court Asllvirciub has been orgnuiz d out Mr Weed Clielf spoke out nt Kiik thero nnd had a fiu audience J W Lewis Brandenburg J A Bran and George W Jolly Owiusboro were lino last week attending court Hobeit Green c nie up from the Falls of II Migh last week to enter the B N College lie is stopping at Mrs Witts Mrs O Itoyalty and two children Msstt r Hubert and Lura Emily ate visit ing friends In Mendo county this week Prof W B Hnyward ol Ivizabeth toun wns here one day lust week He nnd his wife wire rtturniig from n visit to Ohio c unity Clinz Royalty W M of Brt cVenriilie Lodge No 07 V A M is in Louisville miHnr till wwuk nlluntlifi tit omuil t if tho Giuud LodgH A X Kit cheloe is in L misvillti lay- Â¬ ing in fall good i He will have a big opening wh n he r tiirua Wait for him before buying elsewlitre Jnuuile Skillman of Cloverport wus heron few dajs last wek attending Circuit Court While hern he was ad Â¬ mitted to the bar as a pracliciiignttoney W E Minor will sp ak m xt Friday at uster at 2 p m and nt Huilbonville at night Also at Gleiidenne on Satur da at 2 p in and at the Falls ol Hough at night Hud Guthrie semis to think there is not lunch chance fur him in the matri Â¬ monial line Jim Miller was Iu town thtiutln r day mid they talked the mat ter over They concluded ihtt nter Uryaus fit ction would bo n good time to8tnrtoutttfresil Â¬ Â¬ Almost to tho cxchulon of all otheri Try It Prepared only liy C I Hood Co Lowell Ma are tlio only iius to Liko HOOU S PHIS with Hoods tursaiarllla Hoods Job Printing Sarsaparilla WILLOWDALE S m m it m Wo nro tho Lenders Send your ordeis to ua next tiuio Our prices and work aro guaranteed m m m m Pole Raising at Middrauji Visitor Speeches Mead Withers Dead Fred Ky hns relumed from Louisville Miss Saliie Crutcher is visiting iu Vine Grove this week Claud Withers in tile his regular visit to West Point last Sunday Creed Haynes nnd mother nro spend ing this week in Vino Grove George Crutcher our popular musicinu has returned from Spottsville J J Sclfres Vine Grove was thn guest of iViss Mollio Withers last Sunday Mrs Nancy Luskof npar Grahampon is the gne6t of iter daugtht r Mrs W II Smith John Ifiullt ton of Bullitt county visited Misi Kate 11 Withers Saturday aud Sunday Misses Bella Crist and Grace MiDiu ald of Ekron were visitors of Misses Emma and Maude Withers Sunday Misses Mollio and Fniina With m of this place will leave Tu sday fir Bran denburg to spend several days and at tend tlio mlly on the 21st The Democratic pole insing nt Mul draugh ou tlie lOtliwas ijuito u success in every respect Tlio niiihie wns furnish ed by Miss Mollie Witlieis and Messrs Hnyues and Crutcher Wrt wi ro favor ed by several good Bpecctns from able speakers that were sllverit s from heel to tou nnd of com so that suited the Mrs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TRY US m Printing HE GOT EVEN A Vlrelnlii JiiKtliit WIki Had n AKiiliiat VimlillitiiM Jrmlcu crowd We were all greatly shocked to hear of the death of Mr Mead With rs i f Mill draugh who died Oot 12th ol typhoid feor Ho was a model young man iu t very respict and wilt b sadly missed by all for no one km w him but to love him nnd we feel sure tbnt his name is 1 U Ill LU I - f I I l snowy white letters that will glitter through all eternity Tlio family have the sympathy of the entire iieighhorl o id for thry nilbs his noble deeds and pleasant smiliB ns ho was never known to i vo a Bhort word nuy time or any place May God help us all to meet him in heaven where theio is no sorrowing Â¬ A Washington man who had somo business beloie ono of tho tnmllcr couitH iu a Virginia county went down theio on a leetnt fcitiiinny to ntttiul to it Ho found tlio juclgu before whom tho matter came nnd ns it was n merely pro forma piocculing ho had no anticipation of tioublo in getting it done When tlio mutter was piehiiitid tho jtidgn said No sab If I transact that business for you I will have to open cot and I will not optn cot for any Washington LoulsylllefienderoniSt Louis hyCo man on Saturday Why notr asked tho astonished Capital City man Because nth I went down to Wash Â¬ ington ou a Sntuulay not long ago aud not n single judge was sitting iu tlio Ia k I n k- iilcet cot I urn an attorney sail an attor At 600 oclck A 2J Sunday ir 22 155S ney admitted to practice iu Washington cot mid yet Lecauso it was u Satmday Wtit flounii Traxnt Eail Bound Train I wns not allowed to practice tlieie 1 had some vital points to sah when 41 il Mall Mail A make sah Kxpra Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr Well I am not to be blamed f r thut Dally Iall Dally Dally suid the nun lioni Washington You 68Upiii 7 55am 12 45pm 8 OOpm lvUnn ought uut to hold mo iispoioiblu for 6 4r W Kentucky St 12 iu 74 8 45 7IU AVeatloInt 1165am 7 IU whnt the judges do or do not do 8 4S 7 21 Howard 7 17 U 0 It makes no clitTeienee sili you nro 7 32 8 57 Willowilale 1141 6 5J UUl 11 3f Hock Haven 73S a nart of tlnivsti m a Kivilisli lunl vk 051 tern sah and you must hup loicloim 11 H 755 922 flftl Ilramlrnburir HU4 11 U ft 32 9 31 Ukron it sah mid you lire tlio llrst mini I lmo U4U 11 OJ Ciuston 0 24 81i had oproitunity to liuptess my views 8 2U 9 4y 8 10 1051 IrvlnKtoa 10 U 8 21 9 67 COJ Webster upon mid lam going toniiile them felt 10 31 Lodlburg 665 87 II Cj7 Go heme aril lefouu jour system of 10 8 45 1011 6 48 Pierce 10 20 Sample 8 60 6 4J 1U2 Saturday co is and then como to me 8 6H 10 2 Â¬ H TIME SCHEDULE Â¬ itar sah Aud Virginia got even with Wash Washington Star ington in one cube Â¬ 96 918 95i 9 02 9 22 9 33 9 44 9 58 i 101 1 10 35 104 11 11 btcphenport Holt Clovcrpoit Addison Shops Sklllman 1011 10 W 10 133 5 31 5l IU Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should ill way h re membur thnt the bottom rounds ot the bidder of time are illltd to uvi iil iwing but theres always room at the top Thats where Dr Bells stands Sold by the leading druggists 1008 1015 10 25 10 38 10 48 1100 1112 1120 1125 1135 1142 U 6Um 12 Ul llawevlllc letrie Falcon Iewliport Waltman 9 9 9 9 Ii 50 40 35 25 S2U 617 917 911 9 02 LOUIBVILLK KY Oct 20 1898 Shlppsr ihoald mark all packkgei plainly with shipper nums and post ofSo sddren BUTTKR Choice coaatry Medium Crecmery EGOS 10 8 9 10 fa 15 UI5 1220 12 Owensboro lowers latcs 85 8 40 8 34 5 14 5 03 4 63 4 46 4 40 4 31 4 25 410 4 116 11 1 1108 1115 23 EKRON 18000 Barrels Apples Shipped -- The Bru ner Nuptial J T Jones to Louisville U38n 100 1165pm 115pm U31i1264 1231 12 41 1247 nassett 7 36 310 ir Hendern Iv 720am 215pB L WorthlnBton Heads Spottsville Mattlnely Griffith Stanley 8 25 814 814 788 7 51 7 43 8 05 3 3 3 3 05 65 44 3J 30 330 310 3 21 Kreh Mlxod Old Nn I FEATUEKS white ko duck POULT IY per doi I 1 U Inoie ia H 1 L II St IT y FofdsYlfle Branch ftriebrld8nilben2i5uig00 iairutio oeljabt oljnc uliutniSlmte 2aduertutibiueii fjeocnilucr Qd fiir unfepar ju Ijatten fltauue nod ljeut bctjj ei fid empfieljlt ben bn8 Ginucrftaribiiip bcr am sUJeltocrfelir uorjunsiueije beUjclliflteit gloaten in ber 9cidjtunrj ber Soppciiualjruno ju fulr market der that thcro may for Ills product 60 that lio may pay his debts according to contract Tho workliigtiian wants freo silver because thut will give tlio producers moro money and jjlvo lilm a homo market worth having bo u erftrcben taatcn finbwiru iesycrelniflten fdmftlirf freicr in iljrer SJcmenung loie tcnv Jcber elnjelne bcr europfiifdieii ten unb wenn 3JorbSmerifa e mit feincn Qntereffen oerelnbar fftnbc in bcr 9idtuiig ber oppclworriin0 einen jelbfiftiinblflcn edjritt ju tljun fo fllaube id baji ein fotdjer auf bie er ftelliiiifl intcrnatioiiater GiniQUitfl unb be8 VlnfljUie8 oer europai men siau ten on forbcrlidein Ginjfuffe fein luttrbc roiimlntloii of Society I rend n pamphlet published by a Buffalo banker in which ho said thnt upon tho prospority of business men do ponded tho prospority of tho farmer and luborer My friends thero is no pernou in this nudlcnco but who knows thut tho proposition stated by tho Buffalo Â¬ Â¬ bcr SSerfidjerunQ metner auSue jeidinetften flodjadjtiuifl bin id Guer vjodjwoljtfleboren troebenfter Wiener o ftj I e m a r d JDHt banker is false Instead of the furmer and tho laborerdepoudlng for prosperity upon tho business man tho revorso is truo Tho businoHs mnn depends for his prosperity upon tho farmer aud tho laborer Furmorj and laborers aro tho founda tion of society nnd upon that broad and firm foundation is built tho commoroiul fnbrio Tho business mnu stands upon tho shoulders of thoso who toil and tho buuker is simply a roof for tho building You can tako off tiio roof aud put on auothcr one possibly a better ono tbau tho ono taken off but when you tako away tho foundation tho whola Y J Bryan building collapses Â¬ Â¬ TRANSLATION Frikduiciibhuh Aug 34 Dear Hih I have rocoived your favor of tlio 1st of July of thin yonr 00 I 1 y f How about freo trade My friend It Is not moro taxes that the people want but moro monoy to pay taxes who with If there Is any fanner hero go to has his him to not taxes enough 1 county treasurer nnd give enough moro to Jatlsfy his consclenco nnd not try to tax ulMha rost of tho public Uut I core not how mon may differ upon this subject of taxation Tho suhjoct of taxation Is ever present with us Wo can ohaugo our tariff system uny time but wo have reached a crisis In our monetary affairs nnd wo linve got to docldo whether tlio American pouiiw will run oilr finances or turn our gocrn numt over to syudicatbs to take care of us Upon tho notloii of the Unltod Statos may depend the action of other nations If tho luttuonces which are nt work here succeed they will be turned ugnlnst other null If tMsT nation that now use sohes A Voice lg I hnvo always had n predilection for bimetallism without when boiug in ofllco presuming to be infallible whetj coufroutod by experts I still bolievo tot day that it U dosirablo to strive for thq consent of all tho principal commercial nations of tho world in tho direction of bimetallism Tho United Stated aro economically freer in their movemonts than each aud every ono of tho European countries aud if North Amerioa finds It coinpati bio with ltaintereatflto set an ludepeud- rt nut T liAltnvn that such a niOVO- meot would bo oondHoite influence to the establishment of an international agreement AsMring yoo of my most distln gulshed estimation I am yoor excel Jeucyi moat obedient eemut T BtajoBCX or Getting Vote Waa question whether hittiup a man with a club to make him vote us the as inilnnt ploaww is worse than threaten ing to starve his wife nuil ciiiidreu u no Exchange dooa not voto ua ordered - It Is Dont Forget tlt Congressman Thero must bo silver congressmen as well as a silver president if tho money of tho constitution is to bo restored England lernimiy Turkey and Italy are all ou It inonoinctallla gold balls It U from these countrlrs that wa gat most of ur panpar Immigrants arUT oIl stand To whosa advantage U The Shylocks ol Europe and tha goldbog or Wall street And at wtios lossT Tba tolling masses Wm GlttHsccck son of Hubert GIbps cock MiDnnioV died one day last wek J TJones went to Louisville Fiulay from injuries received by n fall from a on business wagon Mr Glasscock was a young nun P PArcher went to Louisville Wed about twenty years of oge and his end nesday on business dm death was a surprise b his frenis Mr nnd Mrs Z T Cox were in Louisand a great shock to his family ville one day lust wei k Co had The suit which McCrucken Mis A E Guedry went ti Lac nie against A J Gross on a f 50000 subscrip- Â¬ a few to the building ol tho Texas Ind Fridny to vhlt relatlu s for tion note days railroad was hi ard in the Circuit Court About 18000 barn s of apples have last week Gross pit a led that it was agreed brt wein him a d H H Tierce been shipped from Kkrou btatiou up to when ho uae subrcription that tho road this date Maltie IWiam IteUdShucklett mis to run through his fuin and he was to have the depot grounds As he got Alice Hose and Mr Wndu Shackle tt wi nt neither ho said thero was no consider to Uliztbtthown Filday to vsit relatUis tlon for the note and the court dismissed and friends the plalnlllld petition rJuperiuteiideut John Uruner and Miss liUie May A M McCrackeu wns present at the Shacklett were marrltd Wtdnesday the trial nnd hii appeal was asked for 14th at the b miiful ountry nsidence Mr and Mis Sutton Mercer of tho hrides parents Promptly at i oclock There was a large assemblage at the BlantSiueklett M E church South lait Wedmsday the couple enter d tie pallor to the to witness the marriage of Mr Eitll Sut- Â¬ sweet strains of a wtdiling march when ton ol Louisville to Miss Daisy Mercer Uv J D Iiichaidiou prouininced tin in daughter of Judge N Mc O Mrrcrr of liu butid aud wife The bri Ih was beauTho ceremony was prr tifully attirtd iu white nlli t o s trim this place formtd by Rev H K llnedlng The mi d with ribbon and c and curried church was besullfully decoruted with a bottpiet ol while inH while the plants and 11 iwers for the occhs jii Ti e groom wus btcuuiii ly ilriNnl iu the mm y the bridal couple entered the church pre- - usual black After tl each carrying guests did ample j istcn to the elngcnt by two little girl ceeded May their a basket o roses Mrs Thomas Withers supper prepird fir thfui at the organ and rendereJ Gar- Â¬ lives ho ss bright as I In day on which presided lands Wedding March ss the brldai they were made one Is U o wish of llieir couple and their attendants march up many h lends the lisle The best man wai Mr Victor Weak eyes are made strong dim vision Bowmrrtho attendants were 0 L Beard Is made chat stlea nm itiiioved and Claud Mercer Frank Board and Frank of any kind Mercer after the ceremony the bridal granulatid lids or sore ey is wjiero t iny may bf snei dlly and ell elu illy cureil by couple lift for L uvville luiglu Kye Salve will make their future home lliuy the use ol Sutherlands Its put up m tubes and sold on a guar Â¬ weru the recipients of many valuabe antee by all dentins presouts Â¬ Â¬ Mit-si-- s Â¬ I ii TAKING 2baA 12H 00 13 TIME TABLE No 9 Ileal per Ih Spring Chicken Ducks per lb leose per du EFFECT DEO 22 1805 Train Daily ex Sun No t 3M1UU 75 3 00 2 00 25 Irt h per barrel V1A1UU Now La Hwcet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to i cts higher Navy Ream per bushel HOOTS 50 2 Sorii nimeng tienlca Snake 2 40 2 75 54 PS Pink Yellow Wild dinger Lady Slipper May Apple Ulood KIR LI SEKOS per luihel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Hed Top not bushel Orchard Orals per bunhel Blue Irnsj fanoy p r bushel Ulue Grass extra per bushel Onion Pets Yellow per bushel White 5 a 21 b I Hast Hound Dally Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No 2 No6 Nol 11 10am Iv lrvlnjgton Ar 9 20am v arnciu 1160 810 12 05im llarned 750 1212 7 40 Juncllon 12S2 730 Hardinsburir 12 35 715 Junction Kirk 1268 700 Jolly 660 110 Glendeane 630 128 Demnster 620 135 ar Fallslloughlv 600 165 2 20 Dempster 537 230 llockvale 527 2 42 Ituth 516 6 08 Asklns 264 Oaks 3CI 460 4 41 Mitchell 320 SOnn West Hound Trains Timothy teo 4 25 3 00 85 ArKnnUvillelv 4 35am 110 85 55 GROVES HlitQ 125 2 50 niDBS dreen iroii Dry Salt iinod Drv nlnt oo4 Srwip sklis WOOL Tuli wasbed Orsio fine Uurry UlacK 15 16 912 12 I 0 13 8 10 X 8 10 10 9 11 40 WEi en Uurrv and Outs MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses - 15 25 20 Ajers Hair Vigor which has outlived aid pup- is tol huivltcdi f elmlV prep - Carlisle Coming to Kentucky John G Carlisle will spesk in Ken He tuck October 2J 21 21 28 slid IU will Mve Washington Wednesdny and his first speech will be drlivercd In Covington On thn evening of October 24 he will be heard in Louisville CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED rials Modlclno Co tlentlemeni CdlOVKM TABTKLMcM TASTELE55 IS JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS diraTIAIUANarI6lM3 pt togU Mo Â¬ PRICE 50 ots llw la tha Doubtful Colomn Them are evidently enough Democrats left In New York to make tlw state doubtful arations is undoubtedly the most fah louuble hs well as tcouomioal hair dress ing In the market By Iu us tho poor- Â¬ est 1 ead of hair soon becomes luxuriant and beautiful Â¬ kwl year 080 boulei of CHILI TOMK muA have tiouunt luree uruse alrwudr lata year la ail oar ax IMrleuca ot 11 yean la Um drua bmlcn bar sucfi uetTewft- - stla Lf r sold an article that Xourslfulr lacUoa aa lourT iaUi WeaoM uh arCAaA 4 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1890 THEX BRKGKRNRIDGi NKWS GLOYHRPORT MBHnaMiMerwMeaM KV DUKES Road Working Mrs Angelina TlndB In Poor Henlth Cotillion Party McKh ley Up Salt River Other News Sample Ballot Breckenridge County November Election 1896 iFiZStfi Afr 0yv dviS PROVEN BEYOND THE LEAST DOUBT mSEWm MM National Sound Money Ticket Electors President and Vice President Authenticity Hows of the Financial Editorial Republican Ticket Electors Democratic Ticket Electors Prohibition Ticket Electors President and Vice President T B DEMAREE Populist Ticket For Congress Stating That British Trade Would Bo Ruined By Froo President and Vice President S ILK ASH President and Vice President W B SMITH Silver Pol- Â¬ J Q WARD J E DURHAM icy In This Country JAMESPTARVIN R S EASTIN D R T TYLER Cincinnati Hnqulicr OSDEMING Â¬ Washington D C October 1 1 Ear ly in the campaign a number of newspa pers among them Tho Enquirer and the Washington Post copied an article from the Loudon Financial News which said among other things that II the United States were to adopt a silver basis Brit ish trade would be ruined within a year A short time after Tho Enquirer publish ed a facsimile of this article the accuracy of which has been denied by tho Repub lican press the Washington Post deter- Â¬ mined to investigate tho matter on its own account and tho following correspondence on tho subject shows that the facsimile was correct In every detail This correspondence will appear in to Â¬ morrow mornings Post Washington D C September 22 1890 Manager Durhams Pbcss Cuttings Perhaps you are aware by Dear Sir time that there is being circulated this in this country an alleged extract from the London Financial News of April 30 ISO I the same purporting to come through your bureau of which tho Poet Inclosed will bo found a is a patron facsimile of the same as it is appearing iu tho newspapers Will you be kind enough to look into tho matter and ad Â¬ vise us as to whether or not the editorial or communication appeared in the London Financial News and if so at what time It has been asserted that the editorial if such it was did not appear on the date credited in your clipping An early reply will oblige Behiah Wilkins Editor The Post This reply reached the Post to day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WS MASON J O FLOURNOY JOSIAH HARRIS J O SPEIGHT GOE HTOWEUY HENRY F TURNER J R PILE GEO G1VENS a a a a J FRANK TAYLOR W R BROWDER CRIT GHUGHES J C SIMS D J S It WEDDING GUd BROWN J N LIKENS R N WATHEN CHARLES F STIGLITZ WALLACE McKAY GEORGE F CLARK TA03W BULLITT DAVID B WALLACE HARVEY MYERS BRADFORD McGREGOR W B SNYDER JOHN II BOSLEY ROBERT B FRANKLIN R L GARRISON 0 M ALBERTI DunitANTs Pkess Cuttings o IIoutonN Viaduct London N D MILES ROBT J BRECKENRIDGE O T WALLACE JOHN F WIGHT September W 00 Duiirant Proprietor J B WILHOIT li0 Dear Sin The facsimile of a news- Â¬ paper clipping you inclose with your fa- yor uaieu me u oi cepiemuer io ju the authenticity of which is now beyond question isan editorial appearing in the Financial News newspaper of April 30 Upon receiving n similar clipping 1891 from Chicago I at once compared it with tho file kept at the British Museum tnifi 1faatnliol tr tliat pitv i awri declaration that the publication is quite in order Since then have been able to obtain the loan of a copy of the Financial News of April 30 1894 anil it lajs here at tho disposal of anyone who chooses to call and examine it This finally disposes of the assertion that no such article appeared in that journal Other articles copied from the Financial News during 189 1 have been sent over from heie and doubtless will bo publish- Â¬ ed The actual paper lays here and can be seen by anyone I am dear sir your W Durrant obedient servant To tho Editor Washington Post Washington D C U S A Â¬ Â¬ W G RAMSEY R B NEAL a E B WILHOIl II S HOWES THOS J WELLS SIMON II DEMAREE JW W McGUIRE H G TRIMBLE ID Zl HENRY BEAUCHAMP R S FRIEND II 0 BAKER For Congress For Congress D II SMITH Por Congress - t JNO W LEWIS W M L1KINS Silver Prcductoin Human life is held too cheaply when tho individual who needs a tonic for his Bjstem seeks to cover his wants by pur- Â¬ chasing every new mixture that is rec Remember that ommended to him Ayers Sarsaparilla has a well earned reputation of fifty years standing Â¬ main arguments of the monometallism is that the production of silver has so increased duriDg the let few years that it car not be coined with- Â¬ out producing an inflated condition of money This is so constantly repeated that tho answer must also be repeatedly One oi the given Tho first fact to he borne in mind is that tho annual supply of gold and silver The Following List of Appointments has very little efltct upon tho total ttock HaveBeen Made by the Democrat- Â¬ of the two mttals in the world If we consumed tho annual products the an ic and Populist Committees nual production would be a veiy im- Â¬ But gold and portant consideration llurdnitbiira silver can neither be eaten nor worn out O II Blackburn Oct 22 at 130 p m It does get worn some by abrasion and V B Burton Oct 21 7 30 P M some of it is lost in ships at sea but the Clorurporl C H Blackburn Oct 22 at night great bulk of the gold and silver taken cut of the ground eince tho commence Multiple ment of human activlcty iu still in exis- J II Lenuin Oct 23 at night Clllluil Mill J II Lennln Oct 24 2 P M PUBLIC SPEAKING Â¬ J II Lennln 2 Ulcos Store Oct 27 2 P M Oct 31 J II Lennln and J Whitworth P M A M IluiUoitvllle SHVEE 0E G0LB Better than oitlior is h healthy is O K the His Mood is kept man is O K pure Mb digestion jorfect mid ho can enjoy lifo and act intelligently and patiently upon tho questions You all know what to of tho day tnke You liavo known it foryears It is Simmons Liver Regulator Uuzcl Hell Hardin and Dr Ben flamed Oct liver If tho liver 212 PM A M 22 2 Hardin and Dr Ben Harned Oct p ji Vfl Burton Oct 22 7 P M Tucker School Houne Dr Ben Harned and S E Waggoner Oct 21 at night Ilurdlu School Home Dr Ben Harned and J Whitworth Oct 23 at night Iloiellu N McOMercer and 8 22 2 P M llewlofvllle Illy Sprlnea OiKler E Waggoner Oct S E Waggoner and N Mc C Oct 23 2 P M Mercor BfctMaiH i N Mc O Mercer and S E Waggonor Oct 21 2 P M Hon D H Smith Wednesday Oct 21 1 oclock p m aaaM 1 md Pi - V B Button Oct 23 7 P M V B Hon - Webster Union Star Burton Oct 24 1 P M Iljraua Sckool Home M M Chancellor Oct 24 730 P M DUMOCHATIC AND PorULIST COMMITTW For yeara you and your fathers havo found it of aturling worth It is and always ho i been put up Co Tko only by J U Zoilin nono but tho gcuuino It hni tho Hcd A on tho front of tho wrapper and nothing clso is tho same tnd nothing so good tence All tho authorities on this sub- Â¬ ject agree that there is about four billions of each of tho two metals now in exis- Â¬ tence as money All tho rpst has been used for other purposes In the arls and manufactures except such as has been lost The highest auiouut ever produc- Â¬ ed in ono year only equah d three per cent of tho total amount in tho world The production of that year therefore did not materially affect tho total supply The same may be said of any given ten ycais If it was conceivable that if all the wheat that has been grown since the days of the Pharaohs in Egypt was still on hand it would not make much differ Â¬ ence whether we had a large crop or a small one or none at all during the present year or during tho next live or ten years The production of silver during the first half of the present century was twice the amount of gold produced during the The amount of gold pro- Â¬ sanio period duced in tho third quarter of this century was twice the amount of silver pro duced during tho same period But during all that time both the metals were coined without limit and each maintained its value with relation to the other When the production of silver was twice as large as that of gold gold was fifteen and a half times as valuable as silver When the production of gold was twice as large as that of silver the value of gold was still fifteen and a half times that of silver This is absolute proof that the excessive production of the one metal over the other has no e fleet upon the relative of olther so long as the mints are open to both When we entered upon the third quarter of this century the mints of the world were closed to the free coinage of silver aud although the production of silver for tho following twenty years was only ten per cent greater than that of gold the value of that metal as bullion fell ona half This is a demonstration of the fact that the commercial value of each metal fol- Â¬ lows its coinage value When silver is coined without limit It Is worth as many dollars as it can be coined into 371 J grains of pure silver Is then worth In the pot exactly the same as the pure gold In a gold dollar Nor does this depend on International bimetallism France main Â¬ tained the parity of the two metals throughout the world from 1803 until Â¬ 1875 by her policy of the unlinlted coinage of both at the ratio of fifteen and a half to one New discoveries of tho prci ns motals have always been hailed as blesninga to mankind The worlds usurer alone seo disaster in them They prey upon tho distresses of mankind They do not want the debtor to pay his debts they want him to forfeit the security ut a great eacrifh e Pawnbtokers make more raouey by the sale of pledgs left with them by spendthrifts than thiy do by tho extortionate rates of interest they demand upon their loans Maggie Paul and Messrs Fletcher Blnn ford Arthur Walker and Moorman Hard away attended the Teachers Association at Webster Oct 17th Vsltnrs Mrs Z T Stith has been ill for some Â¬ time but in slowly Improving BIG SPRING James Johnson Is cot lined to ins bed again Leo Gilmore went to llardins urg Tueeday Mrs Ollie Johnson spent Friday Mrs Alice Smith Tom MtUavock went to Ifawts1 illo Thursday on businefs There were sovcral from Putrfcvilltj at- tended servlcis hero Sunday Master Baty Burnett spent Filay night with Master Logan Ray Mrs Jo Tlndlo was a gucBt Fridau I uer sister Airs iteuecca iituile Mrs Francis Jarboe and Mrs Am Jarboe were In the city shopping Wed I nesday Forest Brunor wife and baby CoraAil Lead Creek are visiting J K JohtisL and wife a few days Mrs Angeline Tindle who has bceji in bad health tor two years has worso tho last few dajb Thero was quite a number from this community attended the speaking at Cloverport Thursday night Mrs Gilmoro and her little grandson Leo is viiting her grand daughter Mis Amelia Vaugn n few days this week Mr Maetln School Superintendent visited the school at this placo Thursday and gave the pupils a nico and pleasant talk Rav F Wlnfree and wife of Union Star are visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhood and Patesville this week Rev D L Bowlds will preach the fourth Sunday at night at this place and not at 11 oclock as has been announced j in this column There was a cotillion party at John Tindles Friday night and the young people had an enjoyable time tripping the light fantastic toe Rev A F Dadisman of Knottsvllle spent Thursday night with Dr Davison of the bottoms and took dinner Friday with Mr S B Burnett on hisway home Charley Campbell worked his road Thursday Charley is a good overseer The traveling public may rest assured that his part of the road will always bo found in a good condition Some of ibejoung people of our neigh Â¬ borhood oiganized a McKinley glee club Wednesday night at Mr Nowberrys aud will meet once or twice a week to perfect their voices that they may cheer McKin ley on his way up Salt river Public sneakinc sct ma to haio conid to a head in this vicinity The spealTfly on uuin Blues uuve eiiuer saiu uu mc deem necessary at this place or they ar engaged at other places where there ca ba a greater good accomplished It looks like the goldbugs have hnl tho wrong cat ly the ear calling Brya He and his followers Anarchists Most the leader of that grade of cattl sajs the sure way to starve people into fighting humor is to vote for McKinlel and retain the gold standard The effect of a gold standard seems have reached to the poultry yard Th female pait of that featnered tribe seem to be on a strike and the future re sumption ot tho egg manufacture it looked forward to with niuwli inteiee- tMr Editor a few more days aim ud great battle that has been pending in this country will be fought One or the other of the groat political armies will go down iu d feat one or the other of these generals that are leadii g these vast ar Â¬ mies will have to Biibmit to the victory otthoothir Let us all leave it with the all wise Creator w bo is able to lead those that trutt him on to victory oJ Â¬ bti From Ellzabethtovn Under Construction Ice House Buckleus Arnica Salve The Bcr Salve in the world for Cuts A new theory in the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it Our school in not overcome with heat theso days but otherwise it is in a pros perous condition Messrs Pain Pate and Jones Mercer visited young ladies hero Saturday and Sunday The protrated meeting held in the Baptist church during tho past week has been one of interest Bro Rutledge preaches excellent set mons and both he and tho prutor Bro Jermine Lewis are zealous lathful christian workers The meeting closed Sunday night Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tettr Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ II Meyer is having him a large ice blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ bins dup quired It is guaranteed to give pertect W B Thomas of Louisville was the satisfaction or money refunded Price of Ben Clarksoi Jr a few days 25 cents per bx Fou Salu nv A R la it wilt k Fibber Hon W B Haywrrd and wife of E izabel blown were hire last week vis- gut ing reaives on a posltlvo guarantee BEWLEYVILLE Jack Frost Farmers Btuy Health Good School Prosperous Protracted Meeting Closed Other News Â¬ Jack Frost did good work Saturday night General health much improved This clear cool weather tones us up wonder- Â¬ fully Farmers busy with fall work wheat sowing gathering corn and etc The merchants have started off in a lively way with new goods just as if Bryan was already elected Miss Carrie Owen of Glendeane is yisiting Miss Biapcho Jolly Miss Mary Paul did not arrive at home Saturday night as was expected The Republican club organized Satur Â¬ day Oct 10th met Oct 17th with speak Â¬ ers from abroad T J Jolly was elected President of the club Mtss Ida Shumate is again a pleasant visitor of her friends at this place Little Ruth Fountalne from Arkansas who is the guest of her grand father T J Stilli visited Bevie Cane and Minnie Stith last Tuesday evening Mira Lula Nunnelly continues to visit friends in our community Misses Leah Payne Annie Johnson and Dr Will OStrotherof Rochester Ky wis Imre tho guest of Dr Will II Btroth ei a fiv days of last wet If Mil ICitiu Mcssbocgr of Cecilia who Why suffer with Coughs Colds and is teach rjr music here vieited her par LaGrippe when Laxative Brouo Quinine eits Its 7eek for a day or so will cure you in one day Does not nro-Mrs Iijo Clarkson of Elzibethtown duce the ringing in the head like Sul- - is heni the guest of Mr and Mrs A W pliato oi Quinine Put up in tablets con Â¬ Clarksou and her daughter Miss Bettie venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Dr Gray formerly of thle place but or money refunded Price 25 Cents now of Paducah was hero a couple of For sale by A R Fisher days laaWeek looking after his property Messrs Ernest Wintereraith Starling Are You Afraid TO RSAD DOTH W SIDES Y Is OF TUB QUESTION The New York Journal the only Metropolitan paper indorsing Ponder Before Ton Cast Tour Vote Wells Ernest Stith and Tom Hastings For Lewis EHzibethlown wore tho guests of Miss Congressman Lewis voted for the 1500 000000 gold bond issu and is a candi Â¬ date upon a platform which if success- Â¬ ful would insure the continuation of this scheme of enriching eastern bankers at the expense of the people He is the candidate of a party whose principles are against the farmer and the laboring man and iu favor of the money kings of the country He is in favor of the exist Â¬ ing gold standard which is responsible for the present hard times and offers you nothing In tho way of relief from your present straitened circumstances Ponder oyer these matters before you cast your vote for John W Lewis Haitford Herald Lydia Clnrkson lost Saturday and Sunday Rev Mosely of tho Baptist Theological seminary has accepted the rail of the church here and filled the pulpit here Sunday Rev Goebel the former pas-Â¬ tor baa accepted a call to a church in Â¬ Bryan and Sewaili and it daily publishes articles byl the leading financiers of the country I on both sides of the question Alabama Silver versus Gold It ii progressive liberal and alwayi the cause of the massel Every broad minded man shou9 read it whether Republican o Democrat espouses Stands at the Head Aug J Brgel the leading druggist of Shreveport La says Dr Kings New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough and it is the best seller I have J F Campbell merchant of Safford Aria writes Dr Klnaa New DI ery is all that la claimed for it it never isns anu ib a sure cure lor Consumption Personal Coughs and Cold 1 cannot say euough Free 04 page medical refereuce book for Its merits Dr Kings New Dlscov to any person afllicted with any special ery for Consumption Couglis and Colds chronic or delicate disease peculiar to is not an experiment It has been tried Address the leading phy Â¬ for a quarter of a century and to dav their sex sicians and surgeoBsof the United States stands at the head It never dlsappolntr Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Free trial bottle at A R Fishers Drug Chicago Store in Daily Two j Subaortttoa tor One Month Including i oemt everywbej 40ceij hi 11 Busday Hontba and Half Send subscription to The New York Journal Circulation DpartKBt NEW VOU fnnpW wr If MWWtoUMkM THE BRHGKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY Worlds Fair LOCAL BREVITIES Sweet cider Itiedel A Co lure mince meat Itiedel Co All eyes are turned toward Bryan Fresh mince meat C II Itedel si A To o Awarded Highest Honors IRVINGTON Ernest Hendersons House Burned Bewleyville Church To BRANSFORD Sever Attend DR Tutts Pills In IT CREAM Makos a Great Speech City This BAKING POWDER MOST A Co Money to voters in this campaign cus no figure Fresh mackerel in bulk Polk A PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free fjom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard hf-- Breckenridge PERSONAL News 21 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1800 Gregory The market price of New Sorghum is from 18 to 20 cents Citron Primus and Currants all fresh and good Polk A GregoryNlnty llve per cent of the working men of Indiana are for Bryan No preaching services at tlio Presby Â¬ terian cliuiei here next Sunday Tens cclTecB spices and ever thing good to eat at Polk A Gregorys Two Morman Elders pamrd through the city Monday on thtit way to Sample It is impossible to count tint number of men that are turning uvi r for free - Motsbarger and children have returned homo Mr Chas lledman spent Sin da nlur noon at Guston Itev E L Pate Allied his r guar np Mrs Everybodo Womon and Cure All Liver Ills Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bowÂ¬ Gold or Silver Which Will You Take Why not get n All Fall In Lovo Willi Him A Plain State mont of Facts Bilver Encouraging news from everywhere comes that Bryan cannot possibly be de feated John Shouse and Ed Whitehead went to Irvlngton yesterday to do some pos tering Humor has it that there are three or four weddings to take place in this city shortly II L Stider left Sunday morning for Stephensburg to see his brother who is quite sick Meeting for young men only at the Presbyterian church ntxt Sunday after- Â¬ noon at 4 oclock The time is drawing near when the ballot box will inform us as to which Monday way things went Uilei of llaweivlllo wai In the city A freight wreck Monday at OwensJ last week boro detained the evening weet bound Eugene Ollltland of Holt wai In tho city passenger nearly four hours Saturday Tbe Sixth Magisterial Teachers Assocon McQavock went to Brandenburg Sun Â¬ ciation meets at GUndeaue Saturday day evening Jones Mercer of Uardlnsburg was In the Oct 24 at 10 oclock a m city last week Thomas Illytho of Hardinsbuty was Every Hon Til droves of lobtniport was In the in the city Monday and says city Thursday thing is for free silver up his way Luther Lyons and Tice Jolly were in the Hon James Miller of Hnrdiosburg city yesterday who made a free silver speech at Floral Walter Scott Smart went to Owensboro Sun Â¬ last week made several conversions day on business Harry Moorman of Owensboro spent Sun ltev S C Bates writes that he has day with his parents charge at Monroe O aud nccepted a Oapt A J Groia was a passengar on Suncall atlteiley 0 in the same county days west bound train E L Clark and Alf Hennln ofIIaweivllle There will bojpreaching at the Presby- Â¬ were in the city last week terian church at Guston Sunday wontFrank McOary of Kirk spent Sunday with ing and evening by Kev Donald Grant Mr and Mrs Tbos Lewis Hon L 0 AVills will address the citi- Â¬ Mrs Lee Meyer of Uardlnsburg is the guest of Miss Ora Alexander zens of Breckenridge county on Wed J 0 Ilrashear West Point was registered nesday Oct 21 at 7 oclock in Babbages at the Ilejstr House Monday Bonmer went to ltolti Sunday Chat Hull went to Haweivllle Monday Julius Slpplo spent Sunday In Rome Ind Marshal Hall went to Hltog Run Sunday Edward English went to Irvlngton Sunday II L Nowaom went to Irvlngton Monday Geo C Patton went to Loulivllle yesterday W V Ilowmer went to llardlntburg Sun- Â¬ day Felix Carter went to Louisville last Thurs- Â¬ day J B Pace Jr went to Louisville yr iter day It E Moorman went to Ilardtmburg Monday Charlie Ilamman went to Rome Ind Saturday Frank Ilartlei of Sklllmin wai In the city W S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ polntment at tho Methodist church Qun day Miss Nora Henderson went lo Hardin burn to attend the Mi rcer Futlon wi d ding Ed English of Cloverport was the guest of C S Hoard and Mc Netherton Sunday Mib W E Brown and baby left Wed nesday for a visit to her old home at Paradise Miss Claud Slith of Louisille In vie itlng her brother Forest who llvs near tliis place of Newman Mr Harry Mjir and Louisville drove down to Mr Washing tons Friday Miss Sal Ho Henry attended the wed Â¬ ding of Miss Hall and Chatlle Trout which took place at Webster Thursday afternoon Mis B ulah Bennett Ib a Iioiiih after Her a pleanant visit iu Owensboro many friends are glad to have her back once mote Quite a number from here attended church at Bewleyville Saturday evening where Rev Jim Lewis Is holdiug a protracted meeting Ernest Hendersons house was burned to the ground Saturday morning beÂ¬ tween six and seven oclock It is not known how the flro was Btarted The lofs was partly covered by Insurance The prfsldent of the Bay View Circle requests that a call meeting of the Circle to be hold Saturday 24th at I oclock at Mrs H M Jollys to organize for the All the members are new years work requested to be present as it is necessary they should Â¬ Â¬ Hear Bradford and die and you will be Mini to go lo heaven I The crowd In the Democratic Wigwam of tho Newsbuildlng lastThuislav night lilted the luigH room from the stsgq to the front dotirs Every seat was occu pied and every available inch oftttandlng rotn was taken Fifty ladles a splen did representation of Oloverpotts lovellncN gwed tho occWon by their pieienco ard occupied stala on the Ktagn behind tho speaker while fully tlino hundnd of the unterrilled crowd Â¬ ed the remainder of tho hall The speaker waB Mr C W Bradford of Owensboro He Is president of the OwenBboro Banking Company and proprietor of tho Bransford 11 Miring mills of that city The fact of his being n manufacturer nnd a banker and n fret sliver man made the people curious to know what he had to say and it is stat- Â¬ ing it conservatively when wo say that they were well paid for their trouble llio speech was most attractive from start to finish replete with historical facts clothed in tho most Bimple and beautiful language Occasionally the speaker would become so interested in his subject that he would soar in flights of oratory carrying his hearers aloug with him and the collapse wcud bring a stoim of applause that would seem to almost crack tho mortar in the walls ot the largo building To say that Mr Bransford completely captured Cloverport is putting it exactly Â¬ Â¬ els in natural motionand cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ pair of those new blankets we arc displaying Gold or made front the best of Wool and tlyctl in permanent colors that wont fade Silver either one will get a pair stipation and kindred diseases Cant do without them JUST BEAR IN MIND R P Smith Chilcsburg Va writes I dont know how I could As you go along planing how to make a dollar go a long ways you want to come to us We aint to be undersold Wc intend to do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty keep up our leputntion established years ago years Am now entirely cured Tutts Liver Pills GEO WHY NOT STEP IN This week and let us show you the ncwUndcrwcar for all ages and man kind Let us show you what we have in knee pants and full Suits lor Hoys larger Suits and Ovci coats for men strong durable Shoes for rough out door work Â¬ TAUL PUTS A BULLETT Into In a Saloon Row The Wounded Man Will Likely Recover Horace Gilbert James Mattlngly of Maxvillo a the guest Hall of hia cuusln MUs Florence Lewis Meikcn of Messrs John Cureton and Owensboro were in the city Sunday of A l Roberts and Scott Cunningham Chenault were In the city Thursday on busi Â¬ ness James R Ski lra n and Miss Addo Felts spent Sunday at Addison with Miss Nellie In another column in this issuo appears an excellent peice of poetry on Free Silver from the pen of a Cloverport Lady Mrs Win Vest entertained the Yi ting Â¬ Burks Mrs Berton Ware and daughter Miss Ava of Loulsillle are visiting Mrs 0 L Cham Ladles Club and visiting young ladies at her residence on railioad street last night was among his friends in this city Sunday Ho is now located at Hawubvillu iu the grain Geo Bentloy of Pineyllle berUln was here Sun Â¬ of Lewisport day and roturnet heme on the Sweetheatts Express Mrs Elln Tandy of Union Star spent Fri Â¬ day and t nlur ay with her daughter Mrs E A Klssam Miss Lillle Lewis after a pleasant visit to relatives here has returned to ber home in Tbos Lynch Â¬ business Samuel Portor and W L Keller of Mattoon III were in the city last week prospecting for a location to go in the poultry business Uardlnsburg S G Shelley and wife were tubstanti E Woods of LouisMr and Mrs Robt ville spent Sundiy in the city with friends ally and kindly remembertd by mem Â¬ and relatives bers aud friends on their return home Dr S 11 AdkiniD went to Webster Sunday for which they wish to return thanks He to teo his father who has been very slok Charles Rhodes of Chicago III in tay that he Is lin irovlog Mr and Mrs A M Tate arrived Saturday renewing his subscription for another night from tbeir bridal tour They have taken year says Bran will be our next rooms at the Cloverport Hotel President aud is fining ground fast David Culley and wile and Mrs Jne Culley and eons spent Sati rday and Sua day with Wanted To Exchange twogook work Mrs J E Couly of Sklllman horses aud one good work mule for cat- Â¬ Misses Cleo Long Louisville Nellie Burks Alta Vista Addison and lirouk Stephens tle or hogs or will sell cheap d r cafh p t Thursday with Miss Maggie Bostmer L D Aiimson Addison Ky Apply to - ctunty 0 W Brandsford of Owensbaro was Mr and Mrs J D Babbages guest Thursday night together with W II Downier F J Ferry and U W Short Hardin Mr Eugene Mr and Mrs Olllilatid and Miss Forrle lUrdin spent bun McOavook day with Mr and Mrs J 11 ZT Felix Carters House Burned Iolix Carters resilience was consumed by fire about 0 oclock Sunday morniuR His Tu9 orign is about as follows children woro starting a flro n tbe kitch- Â¬ en stoye preparatory to get breakfast They used bo mo shavings and a portion of them fell upon th it aor near a coal oil can They became frightened and ran immediately to tell their father what had occurred and by the time he reach- Â¬ ed the kitchen door and opened it it was in such a blozs that It was uncontrolable He gave the alarm to his neighbors but the time of the morning prevented them from arriving in time to be of much asÂ¬ sistance lie saved all of his household goods The houso was insured for 000 with an iusuranco of -- 5 on an adjacent building which was also burned It was comparatively a now building and the loss to him Is very great Col Eli Garrett who is about seventy years of age can often be seen plaving on the street with a lot of small boys He seems to enjoy the spirt mow than they do vCards are out announcing the wi dding of Mr J Fred May and Miss Siruh Ilamman both of this city tt occur Thursday November 5th at tho residence of the bride Hon 0 II Blackburn of Cincinnati will speak in this city Thursday night Oct 25 in Babbages II II All voters turn out to hear him Ladles are es- Â¬ pecially invited to attend Mrs J D Babbageand daughUr Mil- Â¬ dred went to Louisville Sunday evening to see her father who is very ill at the resldenco of his daughter Mrs D W Fairleigh 1010 Brook Street LuFuyette U Heist Alllene Murray Georgia White and Maggie Bowuier spent Thursday with Mlsi Nelly Burks Miss Latielst entertaiued the party for a while with Jbtne of her sweet b autiful Bongs Misses Lzzib Skllhuan Hon Jno G Carlisle will speak at Owensboro in the afternoon of Oct 20th and the L II A St L will soil tickets at one fare for ti0 round trip for their morning train good returning on the evening train of the same date Mrs F A Heesor of Markara Canada who has been visiting ber sister Mrs James Orawford Stephewport returned home last week The Nawa by accident met her on the traiu and found her a most agreeable and accomplished wr man She was delighted with her first visit to her only sister and well pleasfd with Kentucky and Kentucklans s f- OASTOXUJL - dp SlKllS HN mm H W7 Dr J B Fryrafre returned last week from a business trip through Illinois and Missouri He says both of these states from what he could see and hear are sure for Biyan F W Hudson of the Texas was down near Irvlngton some weeks ugo aud they tell us there is not a iipihrel left in all that woods Fred cleaned them up at the rate of about fort two a day The L H A St L will sell round trip tickets to Louisville Oct 24 good return ing Oct 25th at one fare or the round trip for tho benefit of those wishing to attend the political demonstration on night of 24th A delightful party of young ptople went up to Addisons last Wtduesday night on a bay ride to spend a few bouts with Miss Nelly Bulks and Miss Cleo Long The time passed bo pleasantly tbey did not get back to towu until the wee hours of uiorn Jesse New toe a young man sixteen years of age with ether playmates pro- Â¬ cured an old single barrel idiot gnu Sun day and went out to kill all the iqulrrel iu the woods He had not been out long until the gnu burtd and severely injured the young mans eyee He drove 12 At this B Oa lwbys milk wagon writing be was resting well -Â¬ Â¬ correct From tho very start his hearers wero all attention and he held them for nearly 1 wo hours without n move the time flying unnoticed At the close tho applause was tremendious and it was JUVENILE LITERATURE several minutes before the speaker could la Franco It la Trim tn the itrcme of leave the room because of the great rush of everybody to grasp him by the hand Insipidity Litcratuio iu our country not having ns its aim Cither instruction or nnuisu Electric Bitters ment but tho production of works of Electric Bitters is a medicine suited nrt is forbiddru to Fundi children I except fuiry tales Pcrarlt hits writteu for any season but perhaps more genmasterpieces Mine tlAuhioy mid oth erally needed when tho languid exhaust Â¬ ers lmvo followed him Tho fairies cf ed feeling prevails when the liver Is torother countries may hnve bcui mcro pid and sluggish and the need of a tonic poetic hut thoy huvc ncer been its wit and alterative is felt A prompt use of ty ns tho French Leaving fairy talcs aside children wero obliged for u long this medicine has often averted long aud timo to bo HUisflcd with tho very slight perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medicollection bequeathed by Bcrguiu cine will act more surely in counteract Bouilly Mme do Geulis thom clever ing nnd freeing the system from the ma pcoplo and vho know how to coat u moral lurial poison Headncho Indigestion kSFon with u thin layer of pictures us Constipation Dizziness yied to Electric bitter pills aro coated with sugar In Bittern 50 and 100 per bottle nt A H fact this in tho French parents veiy Fibh rs Drug Stor ideal in tho matter of story hcok nud to plcaso them tho lesson must not he too well coated or hard to fiuil fcr tho Teachers Association a Success spirit of in litigation is not encouraged iu young tendue The ABociution of tlio Foujth MinisDuring tho past 20 years iiowover terial District met at Web6ter Oct 17th tho nieugcr library at thtir disposal has as previously announced grown wonderfully CclcLruttd pens The house was called to order by Supt huvocontiihutrd toward it Womrd hut Driskell with remarks on pumtuality mention Jnlis Verne whoso rclrntillc fairy tnliu littvc ulnf almost completely attendance eU 1 he teachers present wero as follous dethroned those that appealed to the imagination alone But neither iu his Messrs Fletcher Blanford W A Walk books nor in thoo of any cf his com- er Clifton Payne nnd Mrs Bettie Mc petitors will you ever find what both Ulotlilan Ui3 Ada Hanke Mies Leah English and Americauwriteis currently permit themselves to do namely tour Payne nnd Miss Mavgie Paul in the raign a relative an for instance tho forenoon with a number of visitors pre or to sentv nso many of the regular pupils wicked uncle iu Kidnapped make teachers hateful or merely ridicu- who manifested a great interest in the lous ns is tho case iu Dickms works surci ss of the association This would bo an outrage upon tho ic The opening or welcome address deliv- Â¬ epect duo them in the oggregnte For ered by Mr J P Stewart was very inter- Â¬ this renf on translations ate Lcnrly al esting and instructive ways oxptugated Tho friendly adop The program then being taken up he tion of poor Laurio by tho four girls in Littlo Women would he considered was followed by Mr J II Miller on the very unseemly Yet for all that they suljct of arithmetic which was also wero good littlo New England girls T discussed by others B Aldriohs Story of n Bad Boy was More tencheis arrivirg the nixt subdeprived of one of its prettiest diopters ject was Attention by Mrs Bettie Mc the one about his childish love fcr a big Glothlan who gave some valuable poingirl It is useless they say to druw ters on the subject Adjourned till 1 15 attention to that kind of duuger Authors and editors aro often greatly p m Dinner was served on the ground to porplexed before this tovero tribunal of French parents Tho difference betwecu some of the teachers while others were tho books childrcu aro allowed to read cordially welcomed to the hospitable iu Franco and thoso sought by their homes in and near Webster elders tho contrast between tho tusto The houso w ob attain promptly called less pap on ono side aud tho infernal to order by Supt Dritkoll afti r dinner spicoucfig ou tho other must greatly as tonish both English ntitl American read The program was immediately taken up without any preliminary exercises ers who nearly all accept tha samo lit erary diot young and old parents uud The teaeheia who were not present in Th Bcutzon in Century children the fort noon soon airivcd and enthusiastically entered Into the discussions Nut lUigcr I or Service In Cuba Nearly ever one came prepared and Spaniel soldiers aro betraying an in ready at their call avorslon to u campaign in lumiountablo In addition to every teacher of the Cuba uud desertions huvo been very Fourth Magisterial District bing pre Â¬ frequent of late This has led to tho sent and participating in the work there udoption of an ixtremoly strict suiveil luuco along tho Iyrcncan frontier nnd were also several teacheis and trustees all tho tinius running to Franco nro present f om other districts who took an carefully scrutinized by tlio fcpuuish active part and express d tlumselvesas gendarmes to tho anuoyimco and lis being highly pleased with the meeting cowfert cf many of tlio pashcngers Though the house was crowded byond Young men nro buhjeoted to it tevero ol and thorn who are uimblo Its capacity and to the discomfort examination good order was preserved during or gnu u sat some to establish their identity isfactory explanation of tho motives of tho entire si if ion Aijnnnid to hold their jeuiic me loinpelkd to ulight an xtra association at Irvlngton to all and uro conducted to tlio geuduimeiie who are Inti rested in tho canso of eduwliero they inn itguin piled with ques cation P Oko Hook S o tions nil the ducitcru detected in this way being ut oiee humlid over to tlio military authorities This often entails considerable delay and iu spito of tho watchf ulutha cf the clliciuls muuy youug soldiers mill succcecd iu muling their London Telegraph way iuto France Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ paper I wouder what this menus In describing Mia Cupids weddiug the papor says sho was luurried iu tho Mr Tiddledewiuks Her father v rote the account J fancy Ho is a dentist you know Mrs TiddledewiBks But I doat quite see He probably Tlddlcikwiaks Mr WailiiHgUm weans drawing room Time - bauie Tliluc Mrs Tiddledewiuks from behind her WIVES OK ITS PAW We Otter You n Itemedy Which Insure trading room Mother ami Oblld WHERSTRIEND MW eestllKJIWff HOXHOK AND W6KK ROYAL Duklng Powder 0 Mil la llktk 9tC0Mrthl QYnmfrt Rswott hynli SjUBYIBLB UMVIAT6B SO AtUa SOU Br AU MWMMM lttuilUwlvM ntMtHnte unit IuUUMom Hwire uf bintUr oxprwaor i10BMIJP5l MIUU im buttU ilJ fiw ounwlMlWl Ttiluntarr wstiBoatel H Makes CHILD BIRTH byEasy liliyaU JJmloraort nmt rcMmmUt used thoio who Late Saturday evening this city was strong ones for school childrens wear thrown Into a wild excitement over Hie shooting affray of Geo Tatil and Horace Gilbert in Wm Ibavins saloon They both reside in this county From what can be gathered it seems that there has been an old grudge pending between the two for sometime They first exchnnged some Insulting larguago iu Pophains Only a few more of the big bargains in guns left If you want to take saloon but afterwards this waa settled a hunt you had better come now and get a bargain Gilbert andUell who are chums were in town together having a good time and Hunting Coats of all kinds when under the iilluence of intoxicant are desperate fellows Gilbert nnd Dell both were on the streets dancing to the tune of some Niyro banjo music The negroes went on and Dell was taken by Gilbert to his horse and sent home Gilbert returned to lltnvins saloon where Taul and pcveral of his friends wero Gilbert 1 cgan to throw out abr sivo language tosomo oue which wns kept up by him for some littlo time Taul was sitting by the stovo and was asked by a young man Wonder who Gil5 bert is throwing out his hints to Taul spoko up and said Its me This was GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS continued by Gilbert forsonielluie GilFor the Sale cf Country Produce bert then called Taul to him and they Iteforcnres German Hank Western lljnlt 1iJeli y Trust Company began a conyt rsition which lasted for a 11 WfUJlaikftStrrct Hflwren 9th ami lOili LOriSVIILE KY V few momentp until words passed f om one of them which didnt set well and both rushed their hands into their coal pockets ns ifafter knives Taul brought hia hand out with a rock in it Horace G evidently thought his knife was there And Every Sensible Practical and Economical Man Favors but didnt have it and put his hand into r his panla pocket and pulled his knife out 3E7 Hi nnd opeutd It Taul knew what wap W rJLvfc IB Uatk tJMjuamwjL nN-coming when the knife appeared and LHS J N yx v ran away but Gilbert was so near him that ho jumped behind Wm Cundiir Gilbert made every ollort to cut him Cundiir became frightened and pulled 10 do ladies back and atrlpcd hose good quality uway from Taul Taul ran to the far end 50 pes IVnl in lawn the price a 8c now cnly 3 J at cc tntteitn at 3C of lt for crakh MronR Susoen er at 9C ar of the piol table and Horace after him IWt forget we handle all knvls of school suppllei al our Ask witli an upbfttd knife Dick Stpp and Long heny seamless sccWat 5c pair lowest prices Alaco Hawkins who happened to be Lace curtains at 40c joe for 7S worth double price A nl e line lad e button shoes with tip at 75c aSc and f 34 Must tie seen to be appreciated near grabbed abllliard cue and threw it Wool nllran d bege worth 35c ony iSc duck shirtings nnd suitings sold ut ajc close We carry the largest line of Mens and Hoys cloth- between tlieiu Tdu1 by cood maneuver Imported out at 15c ing in this part o the country We have some them ing managed to gt m ar the tcreen door specials at fig and f 4 98 CJooda lat color rtd Damask nice patterns at loc worth twice the money Bert Oruma friend of Taulsmys Hurt Good all linen towels 10c Orey bl inktls at 650 90c tti that man hell kill you Taul replied Eslra lioavy cotton worth 5c at 4c worth White bankets 75c nice smoolh g ods 7c at 5c I haventaiithing Omm then hand Bleach cotton lailt black driss goads niwest We hive just added a90c Jl 10 department grocery big line of an I will fored him the pistol and Taul VteppM tell every thing In this line at rock bottom p fces weasessn lowest prices ward and shot him bulow the right nip All of nuri75Cand6oclpprsand Oxfard tin A good blacking brush 10c Indigo rai o 4c best qu tllty at 45C ple Gilbert at llrct contended tint he Mtn hall shoet the det wc eter had at 93c elved a In1 line of ladies capes 10 move was not shot but friei ds conviuutd him Just re A I Jtjo i and 75c shirt walits at 98c thim ipnck at ii 33 ol the fact He wai then taken to Di A A Simons ollhv where medical aid If you dont see what you want ask for it Wc have it and at the was given About Oocockho was re- Â¬ right Price We invite you to call nnd see us Taul went moved to Mr Gallon GO to Hardiusburg Monday and gave him self up and wuilet out on a bond HRANDENHURC KY of 500 Gilbert up to this wilt ing was getting nlong nicely and will John Benton of Hockport Ky after LYONIA likely recover n very pleasant visit to his friends W 1 Bennett and sister Mlsa Lizzie returned Tho Musioale lohn Ben- homo Monday accompanied by Re paring The Baptist Ihurch Jlibs The musicalo and literary entertainIIkIo who will vinit in that neighhoi ton to Rockport Singing School at the rrtfcbjlerian ehnicb Fiiday ment hood for a few days Correspondent Recalls Her night for the benefit t f tho building Mrs Davison and son Mrs Alex Viclc Days Childhood fund was a grai d hkcifsIii every parera and littlo daughter Mnwsil aud Miss ticular Tho instrumental uiusc by Mrx Jenniu Carlton of Hawesville formed a Kaflerty Mm lioyd Mies Kva May Mits Pttjtnn HuiTwriit to Clovetpoit Sat Â¬ jolly crowd that came out In a jolt wag- Â¬ Ethel Otlzoand others was greatly np urday on busincfs on to visit 0 II Vickeru nnd family Sat Â¬ plauded The vocil music by Mr Jiw Mrs Aila Vujlts spent Wednesday urday uud Sunday 11 Pace Miss Mary Lt Heist and Mlbs with Mrs J W Iijnus Your Fcilbe returned home last Satur IjtFayette LalleUt coud not hnve been Pri ncliinc heio ntxt Sunday by ltv day from a very pleasant visit witii excelled bj some of the mrst noted fing Yiiiser of Divltss county friends at Itoeetta and Cloverport How ers Tho dialogue by MIfecb Kunice G ii Vickuis and vitu ard visiting delightful are such visits when oue Crosfon and Annie llambleton was list Â¬ their sou Joe at Hartford meets with the nttjiialntances tbey havo ened to with great interest The recita Mrs Imz lllvins spent Thursday with known ainco Infancy how it recalls to tion by Miss ljodorca May Sho wanted Mrs Patterson anil tltiughtt r memory the happenings of former days kepttlio audience to Liarn KUcutlon lay tilit in K 1 llrooks spent Tu when I hfo to wander to nnd fro from laughing constantly She is a star when the village tlieigutst of Itietids i school liuiri bring about many changit cornea to nn thing of this kind The Our school is prpressini nlcelynmlur es and we know not what will occur was com chorus Morning is Nigh nt of Mr Kuwton n xt I see Cloverport continues to im- Â¬ posed of fourteen ol the prettiest young tlin uianagHmt prove and may she ever do so but no Miss KHa Morrison of 1 anfloltl vist It eociety ladles that adorn Cloverport matter it will always be a dear remem Â¬ ed liorsUter Mm Corley this week was under the dineiioiis of MUs Ia Fay ette LalUlst aud Miss Aunle K May ae Sowing wheat wring lo bu thu most bered place to mc ray childhood home conipaniit Tliis was great and praised important ft ature with the farmeni Just very highly by nil present The net pro now STRAYED ceeds urn uutid to al out 10 Ivonla is lmptovii MrPlnuit aiu is Prom mv firm near Sirrn nlmut turn it nnm building a new houtu which is nearly itotr jeir oil ial white with led neck and head Hall Praut WM iAWN completed Uf vi r swell wi ddir g tcok ulacu Thurs A clill Mr iiinlMts William iinsaui and united for life day Oi ti ber 15 XrANTEn SaUsrnan in sell complete line of dren of Daviess county visit d his hro liib I ntl jols Kieastsvarnshes specialties of S Iouie and Mies Mr Geo 1iatit this teinfethti etc Good opportunity tor tin proper rarty tlitr Ed lftit Stitunav tiAltlANl ltblININO CO Letitla Hall at the n sideucu of the bridi b llrst Hum lliey lad seMi iaghotUar for Cleveland O parenKMrtsnd Mrs Wm Hall WebÂ¬ eh ven yesrs Itutliilge ifliclated The Kev ster Tlie Hinging school of this placi Is pro Â¬ BLUE HERD houao wps beautifully decorated with gressing nicely nnd youngsters seem Â¬ palm ferns and Marecbal Kiel roeen fur vary much Intarested in thelrwork judnished by Mrs Green lit ard of Hardlns ging from their regular attondauco and burg The rendition of the weddipg made iu singing St march by Misi ille Henry was beauti- Â¬ iinprovemeuU is Miss llettle Brown n Aetnavlllt ful The bride worn Parts musliu aud white eatiu and can lid a lago boquet of living nith Mrs A U AVilght aiid ex Tho groom for a num- Â¬ Pcta to nmlio that her lipmo Miss chrysanthtmums of years resided In this city and Ins Urown is a yory bright aud winsouiq ber Immediately after the yi ung lady and wu gladly welcotnu her many Mends reKSAaaUUIIFAt ceremony tliey left for a bridal tour in our mliltt 1mnmwMI Wf1 a Mna GumiIat Slnrk will make- - Cor They throuah the Tin niembt ra oflhn Biptlst cliurclt Iiand khlna Swine pija eitherrtAr piltstdto tf m i isi bin Ky til ir future home rurowin novemMr A BMW lk I yy iob Borm toUy miikli livbeinjitrJjJy HAlllh fll teliBltla V IMiaurV 7 j Ji The bridn funnerly lived in this cty fw nerdtfl r pairs sboiit thftcliuruhl Aisu a i SYyanaoitea i tvKactTi of admirer sud Is ono jint urn mwvf err pea n VH4ieBBSui and hai a lirst preparing for tlie nrotrscted waiting a from priie stock cirtfullv bi I and am rtelM ate of Kentuckys fairest wonk Tho Ntws -r V couple p osperity aud which will convep hero thu 2nd Sun Â¬ volciicd wishes the happy day ot November happiness throughout lib HELLO BY THE WAY mImmM liSiiJs Â¬ WWlWl9WV9fSW J M NEHAN CO Â¬ i t Silver Men favor Bryan old Men favor McKinley fibO mwm The 4JIX iilV j Bargain in 6tiSii2LA Providers 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ns GEO YEAKEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 SPRING Â¬ jaK tt t -- nmiij - iiZiijy S9C -- wr Mi WWILllUlls Ji1 WIW VC 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S 1Hl Govt Report i 8RROKRlSmfi6 MawS OtiOVKJftPOfiL JSARLY fATTZNINQ Pork Produced from Corn Alone Is not the Beit Product all to Easy to tako V rrr- - tvCrsf Powder ABSOLUTELY PCJBE 21 Caster Boyi Stand For Your Canif Nkwtoiit Abk Oct 7 1890 Edittr of the News Just before tho Utile of men you take Hoods rills The big ball its that Is to dcido whether or not sugar coated jlll which tear you this is a government of the trusts for the trusts atid by the trusts permit mo to say a few words of encouragement to the silver knights of old Breckenridge county We expect Kentucky to rcdeom herself and with such men as she has on guard we doubt not that she will I watt to tell you that Arkansas the much maligned is in line in the silver column aud will be found not wanting at the final roll call In the stato election just passed the Democrats carried seventy two counties the Republicans two and the Populists one The Democratic majority was about seventy thousand Tho prospect fir Bryans election grows brighter each day but we must not get too confident Eternal vigilance is the We have to meot price of liberty a skulking foe whose only hope lies in moneys corrupting power Mark Han ua sounded their key note some time since when he declared that if McKin ley could not hi elect d ono way he must be am ther way Silver men of Breckenridge county no difference from what party you may hail stand your ground your cause is just and is greater than any man or any party but we are proud of our young leader I do not fail to wear a badge bearing his photo aud no crusader ever bore his cross with more pride He is the embodi ment of all that is purest and best in American politics and American man- Â¬ Â¬ No Grip PCoj pieces are not lu It with Hoods FOR SALE Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OOTOBEK 1890 Free Silver The shade of night wire filling faU Ai through our quiet village passed A youth who bore mlii minor shine A banner with the bright ttcilffn Tree Miter Ills brow waRld lilsee beneath lhshed like a hlchion from Its sheath And like a silver clarion rung 1 he accents of the well known tongue I 1reeSilterl In hsppjr homes he saw the light Of household fires gleam warm and lrlhtj Above the lustrous hlll sldea shown And from his lips a Joyous tone Tree Silver Try not the ass l the golJbug said i Dark lowers the tempest overhead The roaring llunna is deep and wide Hut loud that youthful voice replied Free Silver Oh stay the banker said and rest Thy weary head npon this breast A smile was In his eyes of gray And still lie answered oh 1 sogay tree Siltcrl Ileware the bnclejea golden branch Ileware the uwful ut alanche Tills was the goldbugt last behest His voice replied away In the tVest Free bilterl At break of day as tist and faster The hero llryan of proud Nebraska Hastened on to repeat the prayer On March the fourth the natbns Kalr Tree bilverl A traveler by the faithful hound Jjiltc buried In the snow was found Still grasping in his hand of ice A banner with that strange devKe Gold btanJard Cui ERroRT Ijidv LUDICROUS IS THE MEXICAN SCARE ride a jiclias let alone a bike which makes It lucky for the brilliant descendant of Balaams advisor who wroto the above else he would never have seen the States again Let me ask our young men a question How would jou like to have salaries ranging from 00 to 350 This is what is paid tho per month average young man who ridts a bike here The trouble Is that there is no understanding in the United States of the wide gulf that separates the igno rant laborer from the educated ono Freo silver has been the blessing of Mexico and there are thousands of moneyed men here who are praying for the triumph of gold and McKinleyismsimply because their industries ara fostored by Take for example their continuance shots which are made here on a silver basis and exported to Central and South Goldbug America cannot America touch our prices but Silver America could and would In 11 jut we are now exporting to the South which we would find not so profitable under silver basis competition from the United States In short many branches of Industry are growing up in our borders fotsered by free silver at home and gold prices ob tainable abroad The goldbug United States is wrestling with a deficiency and borrowing money right unci left while Mex co reports a surplus on hand and is preparing to reduce taxes The last message of President Diaz lays the mat- Â¬ ter before Congress as worthy of ita at- Â¬ tention the surplus after paying inter- Â¬ est on Government bonds being over 0000000 for the past fiscal jear I think the United States could stand a littlo such ruin dont you The fact is that you have too much business mans Government Business men who are successful are so because all golden streams are made by their exertion to ilow toward them and when they get into ofiiceeither legislative or executive the habit is too strong to break Â¬ Â¬ and easy to otierato Is tnio ot Hoods rills which tiro 31 np to date In every respect Bate certain niul sure All t Hood Co Lowell Mass druggists 250 Tbo only lllls to take with Hoods Saruparilla Hoods fr 131 J a Officers of Election Officers of tho November election have been appointed by the County Court as follow s IIariiinbdubo No 1 MatShreweberry hood word as to the Courier Journal the alphabet front its pages and have read it ever since I was eight j ears old but I would hall with joy the day surely coming when it will bo rele Â¬ gated to the shades of oblivion by a long suffering people Will some forgiving heart for the sake of Auld Lang Syne write above its resting place JequlcBcat in pace To the young Democrats of the county and around Custer especially I would say dont be afraid to stand up for your cause they cant beat us Truth crushed to earth will titengiin Theettrual jelrsoi God are hers Proclaim your faith from the house- Â¬ tops and keep everlastingly at it and when we have Installed a man pledged to the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1 without waiting for the consent of I learned Just a CIRAN WISE HULhltS A Former Cinclnnatian Says Some Pertinent Things Regarding the Social and mic Coditions in Republic Econo- Â¬ the Sister Cincinnati Enquirer The following letter from a gentleman well known in this city written from tho City of Mexico under date of Sep- Â¬ tember 17 will be found very interest inn I have watched with considerable interest the discussion pro and con anent for silver s gold in the preBS of the United States and I have noticed that tlm gold organs seem to delight in hold ing up Mexico as an nwful example of what free silver will do for a country They gloat over the low wages paid and tliii high prices of food Ac until on i who has read their editorials for two weeks can read all the future issues just as well upside down as any other way Now the fact is that the Mexican laborer is much better paid in proportion to hib needs and wants than the American in every way A Mexican laborer lives on lJJ cents per day silver and would not thank you to be allowed to eat at an American table indeed if an American employs one them at so much per month and board he the Mexican will insist upon it per diem allowance instead of American food Ho can get a suit of such clothes as he prefers for less thau one fourth what an American feels that ho must have In short a Mexican laborer is an Indian only one remove from barbarism This condition is not due to free silver hut to inherited savagery and ignorance of centuries past The wages of tho Mexican laborer only rise aa he tlaia in tho scale intelligence and as he discovert what ho is worth Forexamplo lean employ men in tho mountain districts far from contact with civilization for twenty five and thirty centa per day but on the railroad where they are beginning to learn their value I must pay fifty cents to a dollar The Mexican laborer has not the desire of the American laborer to surround himself with home comforts but spends with prodigal hand all his surplus over a bare living lie gambles and drinks while he has a penny and then goes back to his drudgery again happy in the memory of tho good times he has had and hopeful for those yet to come He will cheerfully pawn his panto and shirt to have a good time with money obtained and then tie a cloth around his lions and go to work to get ready for Can the gold men conanothor whiz sistently compare tho intelligent Ameri- Â¬ can with this auimal American work ingtnen should resent such insulto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ business man or financier is alnays successful as he is able to concentrate all his profits upon himself and hence would never trust one of them as far as I could throw a ltobasoo fountain in an office of public trust Our rulers ore statemeu who pride themselves upon the advancement of the counrty and peopleand are not ready to prostitute ollicial honor that they may receive a filthy reward The man who would propose gold slandurd for Mexico Mould be looked upon as a traitor to her peace and welfare Mexico is prosperous Her railroads are steadily increasing their earnings her mills and factories are multiplying and she wantn no change 1 know of several large manu- Â¬ facturing concerns of tho Unit nl States that are preparing to remove to Mexico notably a large woolen factory whose average output is about 400000 in value per annum And 1 prophtey tl at if gold and McKiuley triumph Mexico will in four years more bo one of the keenest competitions that will confront tho United States in the markets nf the world I shall watch matters here close- Â¬ ly ami write you again soon giving figures that will be quite interesting No 8 Calle da Gante C ty of Mexico A The eagle the king of all birds is noted for its keen sight clear and dintinot yision So are thoso persona who ufj Sutherlands Eagle Kye Salve for weak eyes sties sores of any kind or granu lated lids Sold by nil dealers Forbes Record 222 Canneltnn Telephone Mr Sam J Forbes the young bicycle rider of this city ran against tiinti la t Friday afternoon puced by a tandim making a mile in - 2 This is tho beit record mado by any rider living in Perry county Ho then made a third mile in Mr Frtd Irvln went a third iailu Forbes has only been riding about I months Hit will make a swift rider and will be heard from later Mrs M II llenuen has returned home to Hawcsville from an extended trip in the Kast Mr Clms Carlton a young merchant at Hawcsville deserted his wife and four little children two weeks ago It is alleged that he gambled his earnings 11 1 43J away Saved My Life A VETERANS STORY Soveral years ago wliilo in Fort Snclling Aiinn I caught a sovero cold attended with a terrible cough that allowed mo no rest day or night Tho doctors after exhaust Â¬ ing their-- remedies pronounced my caso hopeless say Â¬ ing they could do no moro for me At this timo a bottle of IT WOKS MOT STARVK Â¬ AYERS Cherry Pectoral was Vjl sent to mo by a friend who urged wz jl mo to take it which I did and soon after I was greatly relieved and in a short time was completely cured I have nover had much of n cough since that time and I firmly believe Ayers Cherry Pectoral saved my life W II iVaiid 8 Qulmby Av Lowell Mass Free silver docs not starve tho intel ligent man In this country I saw a little equlb in one of the American dailies the other dayin which occurred this bit of Bicycles are seeling in tho City wisdom of Mexico at 250 each a lie by the way and the workingmen of that city on an average receive about that amount per each how would one of our young men like to give a years salary Sounds nice doesnt for a bike it Hut the fact is that the work ingnian who only gets 250 per year has neither the time nor the wish to iiry I lid Utt tfjutut tutlll OASTOniA AYERS Cherry Pectoral Highest Awards at World 6V JI7J 7- U6JUK - ITHT lM rir AYERS PILLS curt luUfititioa aid Ueidutx any other nation on earth then tho one sweet fiower that I would gather from the garden above the dust of Win Mc Kinley is the one that tells us that he voted for tho passage of a free coinage measure overthe veto of Presidont Hays but alas he has not tho manhood and courage to stand upon his convictions Let us be active vigilant watchful making tho fight on open and manly principles having no fear of the result as sure as right is right and there is yet manhood and love of justice in this It is surprising to many that foot ball republic the 4th of next March will see players and other athletes regard a sprain installed as our chief magistrate ono who or bruise of so little consequence One You shall not press this has said reason of this Is they know how to treat crown of thorns upon the brow of labor such injuries so as to recover fiom th m Yours truly in a few dajs while others would be laid Sidney J Brack up for two or three weeks if not longer Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic cures Writing from Central State Normal A sure appetizer School Lock Haven Pa Mr W II chills permanently A perfect blood purifier A complete Losch captain of the base ball club and I tako pasurtt In strengthener Dr Bells Peppermint gymnasium cays Chill Tonic will give color to the face stating that members of our base ball and change that sallow complexion to a club and myself have used Chamberlains healthful rosy hue It corrects disor Â¬ Pain Balm with most excel ler t results ders of the stomach and aids digestion I unhesitatingly recommend it as the Overcomes nervous depression aud low best remedy for sprains swell ugH tuts For spirits It will restore exhausted and and bruises of any that I km w nursing mothers to full slrength and sale by A R Fisher druggist energy and makes children fat as pigs flardesty Harriion Guaranteed Paynesvilik Ky Oct 14 1890 Dr What Lewis Promises T H Hardesty of this city end Miss Grayson Gazette Ada Harrison of Concordia were united Lewis bases his claim for re election in matrimony at St Teresas church yesupon having secured the final payment terday afternoonat half past on oclock of two county claims in this district VI tends its Father Rowe officiating amounting to r2G00 and which had Mr Clarence Arnold and Mirs Agnes been advanced by his predecessor upon Spink having been allowed another installAfter the marriage ceremony was per ment upon tho appropriations for the formed they drove to Paynesvilie to the improvement of Rough Creek and Green homo of Mr and Mrs J Y Bennett Itlver bills for which were put through where a sumptuous supper awaited thorn by his predecessor assisted by other Jud Wlllett and your humble scribe had Kentucky congressman upon having the honor to grace the head and foot secured several private pensions for resi- Â¬ respectively at the bounteous board und of tho district and because he dents as we tacitly acknowledged the happi Â¬ favors tho building of a soldiers home ness that permeated the atmosphere and aud the erecting of a Lincolu monument thought of our own sad fate we mentally at the old home of Abraham Lincoln in ejaculated How long O Lord How Larue county Aside from this he offers long his constituents nothing Ho tells them The Doctor has a good practice and however that he will vote for a protect- Â¬ many friends here who wish him and ive tariff to benefit the manufactories of his bride many happy returns of this which the district has none He tells wedding day the Populists who elected him to Con Â¬ gress in ISO 1 that he will vote for the I had chronic diarrhea for ten years gold standard He failed to promise says L W Klrhleln a justice of the that he would not vote for a 500000000 peace at South Easton Pa No remedy gold bnd issue again Do you want afforded me real relief until I was in Â¬ him duced by Chas T Kilian the druggist to The chronic grumbler still lives but try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and there are less cases of chronic Imita Â¬ Diarrhea Remedy It cured mo and for tion and Dyspepsia than formerly The a year I have had no return of the It has also cured many others fact Is bo many people in tho past have trouble tiken Simmons Liver Regulator that among them old soldiers who Lad conthey are now cured of these ills And a tracted the disease in the army and giv great multitude are now taking Simmons en up all hope of recovery For sale by Liver Regulator for tho same troubles A R Fisher druggist and thoyll soon be cured It is the best medicine Mrs E Rulne Balti- Â¬ Lewit Dont Tell It AIL more MI Hartlord Herald Congressman Lewis would make the Bouquet for Braniford yotera of Ohio county believe that he Is Louisville Post Goldbug says Mr responsible for all the improvements on O V7 Bransford the only Owensboro Rough river The fact is he only secured banker who favors free silver bo far as another installment upon the appropri- Â¬ known has developed into a first clapa ations for tlo improvement of Rough stump speaker It was ilret thought river the bill for which was originated tint he was ouly an embryotlo orator and put through by his predecessor It but lie has proved his ability to dis would have been a flagrant violation of cuss the currency question with the his duty to have done otherwise Dut oldest of the campaigners His speeches he dont tell the voters anything about are said to bo the most conservative and his vote for the 500000000 gold bond the most convincing that have been Issue delivored by any silver speaker during the present campaign He does not de Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a pond on abuse to score his points but perfect Liver Regulator anti malarial presents the silver side In aa well chosen and blood purifier Removes biliousness language as a silver speaker can employ without purging Cures chills and He is doing some effective work In the makes the complexion good Guaran Â¬ Second district teed by all dealers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Frank Dellaven Judges Thomas Withers Clerk J W Wright Sheriff IlAitDiKsnuiui No 2 M L Kinchelue and R A Shellman Judges Fiank Haswell clerk Jno O Riley Sheriff Hardinshubq No 3 John P Haswell and Mike Miller Judges Win Hensley Clerk GN Taul Sheriff Clovkhpoiit Pbkcinct No 1 C L Moorman and Virgil B Hardin lu Iges M Weatherholt Clerk Richard Carter Sheriff CLovKRronT No 2 J D Wilson and John Jennings Judgts John Bythp Clerk J O Black Sheriff Clovkhpoiit No 3 J R Dellaven and Ed Oglesby Judges Clayton Cross en Clerk Win V Perkins Sheriff Mattikoly Kam Pate and Joo Mul- Â¬ len Judges WB Taul Jr Clerk J B Jackson Sherifi STKiiiKNsroitT E II Miller snd L R Adkisson Judges Clork Pete Lyons Sheriff Union Star E B Gardner and Leon Caslnnan Judges T S Fry mire Clerk 0 O Block Sheriff MooLKYViiL- K- F G Parr and James OBryan Judges G E Burcb Clerk James Jarboe Sheriff Weii3ter S J Park and A 51 Har din Judges Austin Park Clerk J V St Clair Sheriff Bkwlkwilie T J Jolly and W W Drury Judges Alt Taylor Cleik Alon zo Bennett Shetiff Bio Sprinos Ben Miller and E W Jones Judges Abe 5Iorris Clerk Syl- Â¬ vester Thornhill Sheriff T McCanlsh Rnd Custer Jnq Thomas Dyer Judges James Hainble ton Clerk John M Butler Sheriff Hudsonvilie John II Butler and Henry Drane Judge John Comer Clerk H C Garner Sheriff W E Dockery and W McDaniels T Cannon Judges Ken Rhodes Clerk J P Garner Sheriff Rock Valk Dan Parrish and Ulias L Fisher Judges D C Clemmons Clerk II F flail Sherifi Giendeane J W Howard and R WOwen Judges G P Ball Clerk Isaac T Owen Sheriff Â¬ Coin Is not ho exclusively the feed ot S3 hogs at any age as It used to bo Instead of growing pigs on their swill with pas- Â¬ ture and thus stunting their early growth it is tho practice of the best 5 farmers to begiu the h gli feeding from birth keeping the pi always in condition for tho butcher and toppitg off the last few weeks with a clear corn diet Many farmers according to American Cultivator prefers that pork for their own use shall not be thus topped off It Is sweeter but less firm in texture containing moro moisture This however OLOVERPORT KY only means that the pig killed after bo ing fed so as to waste in cooking is by X 0 BOURNS DANIEL BROOKf J H HARPER that fact shown to be in healthy condition All animals in perfect health are composed largely of water This Is BOURNE BROOKS evaporated when Internal fevers evap- Â¬ orate tho internal moisture and the meat is then said to bo firm solid and will wasto little in cooking Whouevor pork ol this kind is not wanted it should be fattened with boiled vegetables or fruit mixed with wheat middlings and OATTLS HOGS AND BHEEP bran to make the right proportion ol nitrogenous matter We have often more than half fattened hogs on boiled BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl E KY pumpkins and windfall applesand nevei had pork that tasted better than thai Even before wo knew thu fattened that It wee unwholesome we never much liked the poik fattened on orn alone Thli Is tho licat market and ours Is tho best honso to ship to Wo mako ranees on conslgumcnts Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses liberal nd In It is well always to select the breed many largo factories to supply Wo set you tho top price and pay spot cash haTlntr not la trade No traveling agents Ship all your wool aud farm produce direct to ing sow early and give her the etipeclal kind of feed and care adapted to prepare 1101Third Street or 313 to 310 Murroll Court LOV11BVXUB KY her for her mission in life Tue old fashioned practice of some farme s ol feeding all the pigs together on corn unRATES til nearly fattening time tended alwayt The moat centr llj locatad oo4pCROAY Hotel In truclt to deterioration Not hut that the sow -which had fattened least and had made liberal growth instead of putting on fat even with feed was the saw out of the lot that was then the best adapted to breeding but it was also the bow that had shown by its failure to fatten when highly fed that it lacked the especial trait that makes a hog valuable What is wanted in breeding sows is the greatest possible ability to mako use of all Ky J0HNotB the food given so that tho tendency will always be to an excess of fat and feed them so that this tendency will be kept MODERN PRISONS in check and yet so liberally as to promote vigorojs growth This means au Tli i lr Very Iniproi enn tits Aru What Drive abundant but not and concentrated JJiikIIhIi Couth ts Mild ration of food adapted to make growth Tho oflldnl Loliof is tlmt there is lit- Â¬ rather than fat All the grains are too tlo or no prison mudc insanity Prison fattening Wheat middlings and skim dootors nro keenly alivo to tho possibil milk diluted with dish washings with ity of slintuiniiiK and they hesitate- to enough grass in summer or beets in win- udinit that theiu is any flivw in tho sys ter to keep the pig from Equealing will tem for the administration of which they aro so largely responsible Still build up a long rangy sow that will pro- Â¬ tho fact reimihis that tho ratio of insan duce more and better pigs in half a dozen ity in prisout has exactly doubled sinco years of her life than a farmer can make 1877 May Co by any other like investm nt of his Tho admitted general increase of inCANNELTON IND sanity is not sufficient to account for money this staitling fact Prison diseiplino is now moro mechanical and therefore The Best for Children moro depressing Its very improvements or I believe Chamberlains Cough Rem in this respect tako the heart out of n edy 1b the best for children I ever used man It is probable that prisoners For croup it is unt qualed It is a splen woro far happier is tho old nurcformed Capital Stock 825 000 prisons w hen they herded together uud did seller with us T M Eckles Ph G had companionship of a kind Manager Wampum Pharmacy Wampum Surplni 7 600 An export witness who had passed When used as soon as the first Pa B 7 BI1ARD President four auc twenty years in jail told tho symptoms appear that is as soon as the ptison r cDiuiittio somo staitling things WILL MILLER Vice President child becomes hoarse or even after the front the convicts point of viow Tho M Q B2ARD Cashier eroupy cough has appeared it will pre1 roles hcfiaid aro too niinuto for human QW BEAUD Dlrtotcn vent the attack The mothers of eroupy otscrvauuo and some mintls aro totally MORRIS KSKRIDQH R MJOLLy children should bear this in mind and ui able to hear tbo strain of them A alwiskeep the remedy at hand It is in in may bo reported fur knocking INTERFSf PtID ON TIME DPnSITS also the belt medicine in tho world for Boaicthiug over in his cell though it Tho unmo by puro colds and whooping cough For sale at miy be oITpiiso is accident for this uuucceRary noise DISEASES OP THE SKIN 25 and 00 cents ber bottle by A R FishA t the pcor wrt tches walk thoir weary The intense itching jind smarting inci- Â¬ er druggist re a nd in tho esirciFO yard ono may fall dent to eczema letter saluflicum and other ot t of s i p and thus throw tho others diseases of tho eltin is instantly allayed by Eye and Skin ot t Tin flist ofleudcr or tho last any applying Chamlierlains TEACHERS ASSOCIATION oie in dot on whom tho warders tiyo Ointment Mary very bad cases havo been permanently ctid by it It is equally luppciiE lo fall is liablo topnuishmeut The Sixth Magisterial Association efficient for itching piles nml a favorite rem Â¬ for tls mischance Eoro Will Meet at Olendeane Oct 24 In ths way tho convict gradually ac Â¬ edy for frost ni pics chamied hands chil- Â¬ blains biVH and chronic soro eyes quires m exprefsion that nover Icuvls For balo by druggists at 23 cents per box 10 a m at him the round tho corner glanco of a Try Dr Cndys Condition ToiTdcrs they b ing wbodieads u tyrant on tbo pounco My school tni what I expect to male it this ft o want a new Howard if tho system are j list what a he rso needs when in bad condi- Â¬ Short talk by ourttacher term is only iiilf as bad as it is said to bo by tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Where the teachers fail their needs tboso who 1 avo best reason to know bupt Dritkell Miss Vannah Cherton- - Louden Hows Howl teach Selling Â¬ Â¬ 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis per 100 apple trees at All other apple trees from two to three years old at cents each Pear Plum Peach trees at 7 per 100 and Cherry trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WE S ASHBY HARPER C0t Commission Salesmen of Live Stock WOOL WOOL HERNDON CARTER CO Â¬ iS8te m J- S2 Ipuisyille The TAILOR with J H Hunsche Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper r Â¬ Â¬ BANK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What I teach most successfully and how I teach it Miss Lucy Kobleit Debate Resolved that prises should be of frred in school Aft Chfion Howard Miss Vioa Dosarth Nes Geo Hall Miss Mary Mattingly The Dull pupd and the teachers duty to Â¬ ward him Miss Fannie Green Attempting too much Miss Nannie Green Teaching outside the text books Albert Healty Llteiature In the common schools WWWhalcn History Whattoteach and how Clint llatlum Opening Exerclws MisiAlire llrown Miss Cora Matthews How I discipline my school G C Gainer Essay The Superintendents Visit MIssMagge Wilton Teachings a stepping stone HACannon How I get pupils to study Miss El aa Noblett Teachers In the axial woild Miss Julia Coomet How teach long division D C Clemmons Kecitation MissUa Itobcrisrn and Miss Mary Moorman Fad asked n policeman what that crowd of young sooioty people is doing at tho bakery over thcro It wa just bofoia midnight in tho west tUl and u group of ycuiig folk had gone chatting merrily into tho door of Do you know Â¬ Hut llrud The Air We Breathe to five contains Oxygen and Nitrogen in the proportion of one Â¬ JH PiuiV IN MASKS Hundreds Of lres a largo otkory They will wait there continued the bluccoat until tho first batch of biead is taken out of tho oven which occurs about 12 oclock Hot bread lunches seem to bo getting all tho rago among tho swoll set for overy night about this timo I see group after group go up to the door of the bakery and procure tho freshly baked bread so ho that it Ecorchos tho paper They tako it to thoir houses and tliero It is oaten with plentiful spreading of butter and preserves To bo thoroughly enjoyed it must not bo cnt but pulled apart with tho fingers yashiuBtou Times Â¬ drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitrogen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ ates it it is raken into the lungs by inhalation absorb- ed by the blood which it purifies and so goes directly to the seat of all diseases Send for our 200 page Treatise Sent free Â¬ Men Paraded Last Night in Evaniville NERYE OFE THE WJ SlKCIAL DISlATCU TO 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