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IxlJjj BRECKINRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI THE Opinion CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1896 over had has been compelled to come forward aud admit the truth and the merit of marly everything we have proclaimed affords me individually a rich recompense It is truo there are a few The Rights of Dtbtors Â¬ NO 15 SITUATION irritating ring masters left in tbu party of Hon Silas M Payton but they will gj the way of their leaders who lead tho party into quagmire of as tollio Duly of Iho JOHN W LEWIS Is Denounced As A Traitor Two Years Ago He Deceived the Peo- Â¬ ple Tnto Votiog For Him By PreÂ¬ Populists Oftlio Fourth Congressional strict Di- Â¬ THE SUREST WAY THE BEST WAY ft T Desirous of obtaining n view of tbe situation in the Fourth Congressional race from a Populist standpoint a repre- Â¬ sentative of The Hurt County News called upon Hon 8 M Payton who is well known as tho late Populist candidate for Attorney General and in answer to an iijiry received the follow interviow I shall make hut one cross on my ballot this year and that will include a vote for lion D II Smith as well as the whole Bryan elotoral ticket In doiiu this I may not agree with all persons who have heretofore affiliat Â¬ ed with the PopullBt party but this i my sense of duty in view of all tbe circumstances of the case It is well known that I had never scratched a Democratic ticket until Cleveland was again nominated four years ago and until less than twelve months ago I Jid not believe tnat I would ever cast another Democratic vote and would not do so now if that party had not rebelled against the curse of the gold standard and imperialism in the most unqualified manner But inasmuch as it has done this and the Populist party recognizing that it had done so indorsed unanimously in their natloanl convention tbe nomination of tbe Democratic party I would regard it an act of dishonor to defend the ticket at the bend and kick it and repudiate it at tbe feet and shall not do it I know Mr Durham to bn an elegant gentleman but think his race a great mi take lie was nominated iu August but mado no speeches so far as I know or believe until a few days ago and has now of course as all know no chance of election and it may be truly said that every vote and all votes polled for him will be called from the tilver cause aud added to the support of the gold stand- Â¬ ard It may cause the d feat of a known silver man and the election of a known gold sta idard man Tins being the sit- Â¬ uation it is not my purpose to give to him my vote or any fraction of it for be would not be the real beneficiary There is now no half way ground for any man to sin ml upon He is either for the gold standard or agatnst it and every vote that leads from the silver cause leads to the gold standard Besides the Populists elected Mr Lewis two years ago when without their support he would have been de feated This hi ing true be should stand out of tbe way and let Mr Duiham or some other Populist have fie track and the vote of tho Republican party hut he and his party are nut built that way They wish to hog all that is in sight and a littlo the rise They can kick such nun as Judge Denny off the track and get down on their bellies and crawl btfore such a delectable and sweet ecenttd flower as Col Breckinridge and plan a fusion for such a traitor as Carlise to elevate bim to the Senate of United States but when it comts to giving recognition to a Popu- Â¬ list then they are not into tho deal Populists have sometimes fusod directly or indinctly with Republicans but while doing so the Sherman law was giving an annual increase to the vol umo of money amounting to fifty mil- Â¬ lions a year and the question was in doubt as to whetbor the Democratic party or tbe Republican party or either Would Bboulder the silver question but now that the one has declared for it and the other against it in terms that no person missunderstands I per- Â¬ ceive no raeson for any one favoring freo coinago giving any aid or comfort to tbe enemies of tbe human race If the Democratic party had adhered to its an Â¬ cient teachings in good faith there never would have been any PopullBt party or any reason for one in this country and in as much as that party has now taken iU position on the side of the people against tbe allied forces of corporate wealth that is drawing after it tbe com- Â¬ bined prtjudico ignorance and corrup- Â¬ tion of tbe country I we no reason or oveu excuto for any Populist or that party that has gone deeper Into the pro- Â¬ blems of humanity aud good government than any other party that ever ex Â¬ isted In this country now trailing aftor the teachings of imperialism aud tbe feudalism of tbe dark ages when igno- Â¬ rance yielded its greatest premium The Democratic party under Biyan lias unloaded itself in a large measure of tbe fungus that deadened its life and threatened Its exlstance and I feel that desire to seo prosperity to come to this couutry with healing on her wings to come out like men and take their places in tho cause of reform and not lag be hind pouting like children over linagl nary grievances because some irresponsi ble persona may havo said hard and un- Â¬ truthful thlugs about them or their party in the past I have endured about as much any one else and the fact that the oldest and greatest party tho country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ threatened death who have been thrown overboard and proclaimed unclean s The strongest and greatest in tho United States now rdmitthat whether Bryan should be elected or defeated tho cause of reform will in this contest under tbe leadership of him have gained such strength and wide dissemination that it will be almost impossible in tho future to allay or stop or control iu tho future of this country aud every Populist and patriotic Republican should come forward and f el himself welcome which he will bo to help forward the cause of the people and share in the benefits and glories of a redeemed country I am very glad to fiud a great tntny Republicans who have never bfoie severed themselves from their parly ardently supporting reform and while the corporations may boast of their Car I isles Llndeays and Dreckenridges we are more than willing that they may go where they belong and reap I lie reward of their treason and let their places be filled witli men in humbler walks of life who are led by principles more valuable than gold Mr Smith was not my eluiee for tho nomination but it is impossible in polotics for all men to have their per- Â¬ sonal preferences gratified and it is rquaally true no reform measures can ever be crystalized into laws without organizitiou self denial and submission to the will of the majorities Besides by reason of hosted divisions in the past the Populist had little or no voice In dictating the nomination but in tiie future it will not be bo if all re- Â¬ formers will only perform tlu ir patriotic duty in a mauly way which I hope aud believe they will If the gold standard crowd with the bad men driven and bought out of tbe Democratic party under methods of the Mark Ilauuas can dovlde the people into hosted factions and keep them so then there is no hope of relief and tbe peoplo will be compelled to accept a military government and wage and bond slavery for themselves and posterity newt-paperÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ tending to Be for Free Silver And W B Arnold a Leading Populist Advises the Members of His Party To Vote As They Pray There Is No Possible Chance For Dur hams Election And The Only Way To Get Vengeance on Lewis Is To VOTE FOB DAVE SMITH Paynebvillk Ky Oct 25 10 Editor Uiieckkviiiixie News I want to say a few words to my silver friends and I ak space in your paper to do so Two years ago when Moutgomtry and Lewis were before the people asking their suffrage Lewis claimed to be a si v r man and made spteches in which he scored Montgomery in legurd to his financial views We knew Montgomerys record and thought may be lewis would do what ho said but my friends we have been deceived grossly deceived Shall we re-Â¬ turn Lewis to Congress or shall we send a free tilver man in his place Lwis deceived tho people who elected him and then has the audacity to ask them to elect bim again Mr Lewi I udmlre your cheek but d your judgement You cannot fool the people all the time My Populist friends you helped to elect L wis once but I know you can not vote for him again Russell believed Lewis to b a filend to silver and knowing there was no chance for him to be tlicUt he withdrew in the interest ot tho man who ho believed represented his iivs Ho not only did this but lie published cardsin which he advised all his fiiends to vote for Lt wis and nearly all of them did so 1 know ton want to n deem yourselves and have vengeance on Lewis who dtciivtd you The intention I how can The answer is just as plain and brief hh tho question this bo done Vote von Smith If Durham is how stly in favor of silver and Is as patriotic as Russell was he will withdraw Mid ask all his friends to f upport Smith I cant see how an man who is how st and shct re in his wish for free sil ver can afford to vote for Durham Yuti had just r s well burn your ballot m to mark it for him and what pane man woud burn his ballot 7 There are less than 100 Populists in this district and there is no pos the contest for Governor sible chanco to elett u Populist Last jenr Hardin received 1211 more votes than Bradley so you see we have an ex celleut chance to elect Smith The Populists in Breckenridg county heve had one ltsson or exam- pie by which tliey can plainly see iholr utisti ke and they surely do not want to make another If they had voted for ius Brown last year they could have elected him and his election would have insured tbe ehction of Blackburn to the U 8 Senate N t only ths the great apostle of sound money and high handed robbery by ptotictlon would have bt en downed and kept out of the Speakers chair at 1iankfnrt On Nov 2 I when we km el by our bedsitl to pray for our wivts and children lot us determine to vote for them alfi We cannot afford to pray for one thing and vote for another The grt at Ruler will not help us if wo do not help ourselves We Hill havo tho rtali of suffrage aud we have it in our power to throw off the yoke of slavery mid make capital the servant of labor If the people who feel tho weight of ovtrpowering burden who bear the clauk of slnv rys chain will only vota together we can easily wrest this district from the robber motley barons Wo can ree ourselves aud our children nd future generations will lisu to t ing our praises and call us blessed If wo fail to act now the time will surely come when plutocracy will own the masses and then there will b no hope short of a revolution which will stiiin every foot of ground evtry blade of grass every nodding flower witli the crimson blood of human vitiins Let us heed the warning while it is called to day for the night cometh when no W B Ai nolii man can work Â¬ Be regular arid punctual in all things was one of the old maxims taught long ago The last is not forgotten but the first Is scarce remembered so irregtlpr ic tho life of most peoplo nowadays aIio only corrector of this evil is Simnnns Liver Regulator whlcli keeps the liver active and prevents the ills of irregular living Dyspepsia Biliousness Consti- Â¬ pation etc It also cures these troubles A Significant Shewing The St Louis Republic rails attention to a singular fact which hat rtcently de Â¬ veloped in connection with the returns of the Chicsgo Records postal ballot Although tbe aggregate number of votes shows a decided lead for McKinley Jue to tbe action of Democratic 1 adere in urging the supporters of Mr Bfyan to ignore the system it is nevertheless found on a careful examination that the percentage of gain is decidedly in fevor of tbe Democratic nominee It was ascertained that out cf a total of 7011 votes for Bryan fully 27 j per cent were former Republicans whereas in a total of 27813 votes for McMInloy only 1UJ per cent were formerly Demo crats In view of tiie manner in which a great majority of Democrats in the doubtful stato have ignored tho pot tal bilot 15RiKi2i 1 iSiSijSIiEs isk iSsISifSi ISfS i SSi iS55 this precentcge of Doraccratc gain is a matter of far greater eignifiatnee than tbe aggregate results other man in the United States 1b so NORTON FOR BRYAN From present indications a majority of much troubled about them as the man Â¬ the doubtful states will be found iu tho ager of the Republican campaign I is The Populist Leader Urges Members Democratic column when the vota never realiz d before how highly Repub polled next month Atlantic Consti- Â¬ of His Party to Stand by ihe licans have nbnored and esteemi d tbe tution Democratic Nominee Populist party till it fused with the Dem Â¬ ocrats If any consolation Is needed of A new theory in tho treatment Washington Oct 21 Senator Butler however for tho loss of Republican es coughs lung and bronchial affections has be found in the fact that of to day received a letter from Hon S F teem it may been advanced by the manufacturers Mesxni Cleveland Carlisle and Palmer It is truly a Norton of Illinois the favorite candidate Dr Bells St Populists for have become the gatees thereof wonderful remedy All dealt re sell it of the Louis Dispatch the presidential nomination at the St on a positive guarantee Louis Convention announcing his sup- Â¬ Feed the Nerves HAWE8VILLE port for Mr Biyan and advising Popu Â¬ Upon pure rich blood and you need not lists everywhere to assist in Mr Rryand fear I ervcus prostration Nerves are Ilawetville FUIndiarr election Mr Norton ndvises Populista weak when they are improperly and full of fruit VGenl Adair has pear trees to forgive for the tlmo any unjust treat Â¬ insufficiently nourinbed Pure btrod They are of the kind that ripen any Â¬ ment from tbe Democrats and postpone is their proper food aud pare blood January the settlement of minor differences until where between November and comes by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla aud aro not aflerted by thaws aud free z after the election which is thus the greatest and best nerve Is a chilly sight to see them bloom Â¬ and it If he says Mictew is asiiued tbe tonic It also buils up the whole bj Â¬ ing while the Ohio river is fr zn over Topulist party cannot bo denied the glo- Â¬ te ui Whether Mr Bryan Frank 8 Graety formerly with this ry of the victory Hoods Pills are the favorite family paper died of pneumonia in Kansas City is a Populist or not oue thing absolutely He was one of the bright Â¬ certain 1h that every enemy reformers cathartic easy to take easy to operate on the 13th est and best newspaper men in thee tin have encountered during the hist twenty Not Altogether the Poiitiou try He leaves a host of frieuds where years we find to day among Mr Bryaun Doui he a positlou crank Same opponents ever known bitterest aud most relt ritlefs adyi rtistrs think bo much about the and new tobacro factory If they are his enemies he must be our Tbe elevator His succesi is their dtfeut particular t pot iu a uewsptper in which will probably gve employment to half friend the aiUarn to appear that they dont their defeat Is our victory hundred men seem to have time fir any thing else also Bays The litter Miss Frances Ilennen returntd from However much Populists may have They seem to think if they can set a InJiauapolls Monday differed iu St Louis as to the correct good poslli n for their ads that is all policy to adopt however much some of they need to think about of Cursegood A Purified Democrat is a good thing but dont think us may believe that mistakes were made position Cincinnati Enquirer it- - Make your ads made under exlstir gclrcumitancea there too much about There is no party so great or so pure course to pursue and that is Interesting and trad pulling Then they is only one that it doea not need purging occasionally will be seen and read wherever they are The Republican party now nominally to loyally and earnestly mpport Sir and they twll bring builnefs even if for tho sake of ele headed by a renegade silver man is B yan not so much they are lit the most obscure and taking to lttelf the worst there has been vutiug him to the Presidency as for the position in tho whole paper defeating what may bo ap Â¬ purpose of in the Democracy propriately and most expressively termed Dry Goods Chronicle Mark Haona Republicanism L Reports Although some of us may regret cer which liavu ertow Hoyal Baking Powder tain fusion ar angeineuta nsiii lfUMN hi en made it ia ft noticeable fact that no uinertnr tit nil others Of Â¬ t5H7r iSA Â¬ Â¬ middle-of-the-roa- d fe OASTORXA Jovt In a no lit effjrt to stamp debtors who advocate the free coinage of silver as dis honest and knaves the Hon John De Witt Werner breaks out I know they talk a great deal about the man who con trrcted a debt twenty years ago and who now finds that It takes more wheat or cotton to pay It That is not the q ies lion Ihe question is What has he the tlebtoi agreed to do and then whether just because be finds It hard to keep his agreement lie shall be allowed to break It But in advocating the free coinage of Slver debtors do not ask to be allowed to repudiate their agreements The Bgnt merits they have made they will not willingly brink So long us it lies within their power tliey will fulfill all their contracts to the letter Where they have agreed with their creditois tr pay gold they will do so and they di not tuk that a breaking of contrarlB Biicb as woud enable them to pay silver where they have contracted to pay gold shall bo ltgalz d Hoeveroneroustbe payment of a debt in gold may bee me however utjustly the creditor may have taken advantage of their necessilhs to force them to write the word gold in their promises to pay they will Btrlve to carry out the agreement1 tht y have en tered into and from such Agreements they do not ask to he relieved In advocating the free coinage of silvt r those debtors who have made debt pay able lu gold do not ask that they be em Â¬ powered to tender silver dollars to their creditors in payment of fucli d bis Where they havo agretd to pay gold they will pay gold be the cost what it may unlers Indeed the cost is so great as to exhaust their resourcesand drive them into hankrupcy But while striving to pay al f ur debts as we have agreed and paying gold when the contract calls for such payment we shall exercise our right to cheapen gold In demanding tho opening of our minis to silver we do not ask that we he permitted to rt pudiate all our gold debts we ask simply that we bo permitted to exercise our power to cheaptn gold arid raiBO prices so that the products of labor will go further than now towards paying debts The coterie of money lenders who have by almost imperceptible steps secured control over the finances of the world have stealthily used their Influence and the great power that money confers to bring about Biich action legislative and other by the nations of the western world as hits led to a most marked eu Imnctmentiu the value of gold Hav Â¬ ing Buccese fully carried out their plans of closing the mints of the wesern world to silver and having brought about a Byfiti n atic discrimination against silver as money mid in favor of gold in fact relegating sliver to a place stcoudaiy to gold they have so increased the demand for gold while diminishing the demand for silver ni to cause gold to lise and silver to fall thereby creating a marked disturbance in the relative valuta of the two metals And the result of this skilfully hud pnn has been to greatly lower the pric at which our wht at anil cotton will be accepted by ou foreign ertditors in set Â¬ tlement of our indebtedness In biief having forced down the gold price of the silver which they have need of to pay for their t xcess of imports from silver using countries and the purchasing power of this silver in silver using court trii s not having been disturbed by the violent and constantly downward lluctu atlous in the gold price of silver com Â¬ mencing with the closing of the mints of the western world to free coinage they liav been enabled to buy the wheat and cotton of silver tiling countries for a entailer gold price just as yeur after year they havo been enabled to buy the silver they have need of to snd in payment for a smaller price in cold So just as silver has fallenthe British trader his wants in has been enabled to fi silver using countries at n lower and lower gold price Consequently he has turned more to such countries for Lis supplies the demand for our pro lucts relatively to the increasing demand for the products of others has shown a fall ing offend our prices have of course fallen in proportionate degree with the fall in the gold price of silver which has cheapened the gold cost of everything bought from silver using countries So we havo been obliged by these successful efforts of a coterie of money- Â¬ lenders iu lifltidon and their allies in America to give more aud moro of our produce year after year to meet the claims of our creditors both at homo and abroad Under this Increasing bur den our producing elassi s for it is the producing classes who aro Ihe debtor classes have struggled on from year to year with the load becoming iitavier just as they have struggled onwards aud the creditor classes bent on reaping to the fullest i xUnt the fruits of others labor have been successful in further enhancing tho value of gold But at last our debtor classes are pre- Â¬ paring to assert their rights and throw off the burdens that grind them down A coterie of money lenders have for years euccBsfully parritd out their pro giant of enhancing tho value of gold with a view to building up their own fortunes on the impoverlthment of those who toll But now our producing and debtor clusaes turn round and assert Where their right to cheapen gold others have caused its enhancement by discarding bllver tliey propmo to cheare en it by restoring silver to its place as money as of old whin it will share iqually with gild the money functions Thus wo demand the free coinage of Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ lie American Â¬ opinions as to the question of moral guilt involved in the demonetization of silver in IH7J It were possible that if he had been nskod Colonel Ingersoll would havo said two years ago that it was wrong to lie or steal Docs anyone claim that he has a right to change Its opinion about such a question of morals to day Woud anyone defend his honesty if he should claim that it was not wtong to lie anil steal and that all of those who now agree that he was right when he said two years ago it wns wrong to lie and steal nra idiots lunatics and dishonest It Is impossible for a man to change his opinions honestly on such a moral question If Colonel Ingorsoll was honest when he delivered his lect- Â¬ ure about farming lu Illinois Is bo lion If he is honest to day was ett to day he honest then Ills testimony must stand impeached before tho high court of the American people If on the other band one should believe he was honest then nnd is honest now what shall t e Was ho wrong said of his intelligence then or is ho w rong now It is the duty of everyone not only to decide the ques Â¬ tion in his mind as to whether Colonel Ingisll Is honest In endeavoring to teach the people truth and morality but to eay which argument more strongly appeals to his reason and better judge Â¬ ment Whether it was the better argu- Â¬ ment which leaped spontaneously from nt sit So by opening our mints to the free his brain nnd heart while delivering his coinage of silver we do not propose to lecture to the farmers of Illinois or the repudiate our dehlH Hint are specifically argument math by him as it mercenary Moses may have made made ptyable in gold We will pay and hireling them in gold dollar for dollar we will mistakes but the rule of tho Colonel When In doubt take the pay them us called for in the contract to seems to be the last farthing but we propose to so trick cheapen god aud raise the price of silver Something to Know that prices will rise in America while It may he worth something to know the old cost of every thing botuht from that the very best medicine for restoring t ilvi r using countries will rise still more the tired out nervous tystem to a healwith the result that our foreign creditors thy vigor is Klectric Bitters This medi who now iueii t on payment in gold will cine is purely vegetable acts by giving he glad indeed nnxious to take our tone to the nerve centres in the stomach commodities iu payment and nt the gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys name time allow us materially higher and aidstheEo organs in throwing off im- Â¬ prices than we can now obtain purities in the blood Klectric Bitters Our debtor classes have Buffered op improve the nppetite aids digestion and prestiou at the hands of tho money lend is pronounced by those who have tried ers of Lotnl nrd and Wall st etts already it as the very bst blood purifier and too long nnd it is quite time that they nerve tonic Try it Sold for oOc or arose it nd atBtrlcd their rights folliuv 00 per bottle nt A R Fishers Drug back the attempts of the cliques who Store have despoiled them to still further en CANNELTON IND hance the value of gold and exercising Lanrttnn telephone own power to cheapen gold in turn their Ou last Thursday afternoon nt Kvaus nnd lighten the in just burdens that the ville Elchel Arnold Co were awaided appreciating gold standard has imposed a 17000 contract for protecting the river upon thrni In short let tbe debtor front of that city in connection with the clitfHtS undo that which has lit en done new witter works This means that tho in the interest and at the dictum of the stone will be gotten out at Rock Island crtditor classes to dt spoil them The and that Cannellton will be financially closing of the iiiiute to silver has enabled bent fitted thereby the money clques through the r suiting Mr Lcggit Shannon visited his si ter enhtncemtntof gold to wax rich on He used Let us reopen Mrs Job Lees here this week impoverishment tlior our mints to silver let us cheapen gold to travel for the Durham Ciger out of and let us so far as may be right the Ixmisville but he has lately removed his wrong we have done our producing and family to Colorado Springs Col where he is in the wholesale cigar business debtor clttsst s dipt D L Penny of tho Tnrnecou is COL ROBT 0 INOERSOLL lying critically ill tit a sanitarium in FvaiiBville Ho was tnken ill Friday Colonel Robert G Ingerjoll has taken while on boanl his boat and great fars the stump In this campaign for the Re nro entertained of his recovery Cnpt pub ienn party and tbe gold standard ZjII commands the Tarnscon He nindo a speech in Chicago about the Miss Nellie G Robinson whoso pa 8 h of his month in which lie ridiculed Is now a Cincin- Â¬ who favored tbe use of silver as rents live here but who those nati attorney is out stumping for Bryan money on terms of quality with gold Is Bald to be a fluent speaker He pretended to be fair and lionet t with She Hon W K Minor of Holt Ky made his lit are ra mid asm red them at the out a free silyer speech at Derby last night Bet that he would appeal to their reason tlnir better j tdgment aud not to their The Australian Ballot Will Save Us pr jiidices He then spoke of the Idiocy Gov MeCrcary whose political judg and dishonesty of those who favor the is rarely at fault thinks the out- Â¬ free coinage of silver at the ratio of It to ment look good for the election of Bryan He assured them by tlilsGovernment that while Mr Bryan was honest he pos Millions of dollars will be spent to elect McKinley but ho believes that tho Aussets d a very low order of int lllgence from him and If It were possible for Colonel Ingersoll tralian ballot will save us his backers A careful investigation to add anything to the reputation of Mr Bryan lie did so more by the ceitificate convinces Gov McCreary that Kentucky ofhoniBty width he gave him than it will give the Democtaticcnudithtto a ma were potsible in any other way The jority of from 8000 to 12000 And allÂ¬ I Interior Jourpeoplo are better able to judge of the in the people say Amen nal telligence of a candidate than of his hon esty Tliey will also be able to judge of the intelligence of Colonel Iugersoll with possibly grave doubts as to Ills honesty by referring to his former utterances on the sliver question lu a book com posed of lectures delivered by Colonel Iugersoll entitled About farming iu Illinoif page 201 when Colonel Inger soil was not a paid attorney to speak for Mr Henry Roth of 1848 South 9th a political party lie made use of tho fol- Street St Louis was given the usual For my part I do mercurial treatment for contagious lowing languago blood poison lie was twice pronounc- Â¬ not ask any interference on the part of ed cured but the disease returned cacti the Government except to undo the time he was seized with rheumatic wrong it Ins douo I do not ask that pains and red lumps and sores cov- ercu ins uotty money he mado out of nothing I do I was in a hor Â¬ not ask for the prosperity born of paper he rible fix 1 do ask for the rtmouetzitiou of But nays and the more treat Â¬ silver Silver was demonetized by fraud ment I receiv- Â¬ It was an Imposition upon every solvent ed the worse I man it fraud upon every honest debtor seemed to get in tbe United States It assassinated A New York specialist said labor It was dono in tbu interest of he could cure avaiice and greed and should be undono me but his Colonel Iugersoll has by honest men treatment did a moral question made this rue no good lo has 1 was stiff and full of taken both sides of it There cannot be whatever so two sides to a question of morals lie pains my left arm was useless that I was unable to do even the may sav that he lias changed Ids mind lightest work This was my condition Yet ho has never sliowu the candor to when I began to take S S S and a tell the people that he ever expressed few bottles convinced mo that I was I continued the If a man being- benefitted such opinions in the past medicine and one dozen bottles cured changes his mind upon a qutstiou is it inc sound and well My system was not incumbent upon him to give to the under the effects of mercury and I people the reasons aud arguineuta which would soon have been a complete for U 8 S influenced him to do so before he can wreck but iymrantced purely vegttabU S 8 S auk them to accept with confidence tho is the only cure for real blood dis different opinions which he advocates The mer- Â¬ Will Colonel Ingerioll inlorrn the people ease curial treatment country what thought what reasÂ¬ of ths doctors al- Â¬ ol this ons what arguments or what influences ways does more induct d hint to tibundou his so called harm than good Beware of niercurylÂ¬ Books ou the disease and its treat convictions of only a few yeuis ago ment mailed free to any address by him to change his Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Wlut has induce1 filver to free our producing and debtor classes from an unjint tribute to a coterie of iiiouey lendcrR in London and their allies in America not to free ourselves from our obligations to pay our debU in Kold where we htvo entered into such obligations but to cheapen the gold wu in list obtain to fufill such obligations to cheapen the gold bo that it will take less of our wheat and cotton to buy it More over when we have restored silver to it full place as money ellver will be Bought after tqtully with gold It will have the same value as gold and then our credi- Â¬ tors will have no preference for gold over silver Const queiitly tbe gold contracts which relentless creditors have forced their debtors impoverished by the con stant appreciation of gold that bus made it impossible for them to pay their debts and thus placed them at the mercy of their crtditors to sign will becomo a dead letter for those who have a right to d maud gold lu payment will receive silver without question Indeed they will deuuud neither gold nor silver in pa mint for as the gold price of silver rises our foreign creditors will find that they can buy more with their gold from UH than they can from those countries In which gold now commands a premium and const tptently they will willingly take our wheat and cotton and other prod nits in payment of our indebted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Beware Â¬ Of Mercury Â¬ - sss - -- 4 JV s 3I tji NRiMU tHK BRDKK1SIHIEGR Breckenridge Tn nms oloyrrport Â¬ Â¬ ky ItMtWMeBMiMHMHMH News and The egg as a roaster and a scrambler take the cako The thing Is all settled now tho Hon Jona1 Wilson has gone to Hickory Lick A vote for McKinley means lower prices for everything In America but gold D Ii V 0 Bibigt Editor Prtprlitn 28 1800 WEDNESDAY OOTODEIt Bikictlptlon Prioe 100 a Zm In Adtnc II Paid at the End of tie Tear 8125 i 1 SIX PAGES mnociiATic tickht i Head Mr Carlisle in 1878 and then read him 1800 And the question Is how will he be in 1000 Wk will be ablo to glvo our readers a more correct solution cf the political situation next week - j Election Tnoatlnr Norcmccr For President WILLIAM JENNINOS DRVAN t Ior Vice rreldent ARTHUR SEWALI Kor CofiRreM Fourth District I II SMITH Tere is one thing we can safely say at this distance that somebody is going to bo mighty badly fooled when the vote Is counted The Peoria hoodlums who hanged Mr Bryan in efllgy aro deeply grieved be causo a Kentucky hoodlum threw an egg at Mr Carlisle Jilt VAX AX1 SILVUll FitoM now until the Jay ol tlio election it will bo the aim of the Hepubllcan leaders in this county to divert tho minds of the Bryan men and get them to change for McKlnley This will be particularly the caso among those Kepubll cans who have said they Intended to support Bryan Wo are satisfied there are a number of them in the county and it grieves a McKinleyite very much to hear of those who have been Republi Â¬ cans heretofore now say that they intend to Bupport Bryan But such Is the case And we caution them to be on their guard and likewise every man who favors the free silver cause It is certainly a just cause For tho poor man now above all others it is the time for him to aid that thing which promises pros- Â¬ perity and better times for him and hi family He cant look for it under the McKlnley platform The election of McKinley means another four years of tho gold standard a system that has oppressed this country since 73 Let us have a change Let us demand that sil- Â¬ ver shall have tho same privilego as gold If it floods this country with dollars let Wo never needed them em come worse than now But the Lord has de- Â¬ creed that there shall be no more floods and consequently we will not bo deluged with the precious metal in no ovent But all we ask is an amount ample enough to do tho business of this country This and nothing more The News started out in this cause more than a year ago Long before the Chicago convention we were advocating the cause of silver the money of the people In no instance have we faltered from our convictions of right We have bowed close to the line and allowed the chips to fall where they wculd We believe it is right We know it is Demo- Â¬ cratic and that thing which Is good Democracy ought to be good enough for us all The light is now about to wind up Only a few days and the Nations verdict will be made up Here in Breck- Â¬ enridge county we are interested in that verdict We believe it will bo recorded for Bryan and silver In this county we are certain for three hundred majority Six months ago it would have been other- Â¬ wise but to day after the people have had time to study the iuestlonthere has been a radical change Men of all parties have flocked to tho silver cause and we now see victory ahead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What we want is not an office hut prosperity for all the people If they are prosperous we know fioin experience that we can get along in the world That railroad meeting in Louisville last Saturday night developed one thing pretty conclusively that the people on tho streets and sidewalks were largely for Bryan lias been proclaimed as Flag Day by tho chairman of either of the national committees and Old Glory should float from the home of every patriotic American on that day Let the stars and stripes be unfurled by everybody as an indication that we are ail one people regardless of how this election may terminate of it There aro fifty men in Now York who can in twenty four hours stop every wheel on all railroads close every door of our manufactories lock every switch of all telegraph lines and shut down every coal and Iron mine in the United States They can do so because they control all the money which this country produces If you want this slate of affairs to continue for four years longer a vote for McKlnley will do it A few American farmers who live in Chicago and never saw a bushel of wheat or owned ene cleared 12120000 dealing in that article in a lew weks The real farmer the man who raised it never made a cent out of it Tho Chicago farmer was enabled to do It with his Next Saturday Just think money in controlling tho market under the single gold standard If you want this thing to continue voto for McKinley If not vote for Bryau and free silver and control the price of your own products The farmer and manufacturer aro mutually dependent upon one another for each funis in tho other a purchaser for his products You impoverish tho far- Â¬ mer and you destroy the best customer the manufacturer has You inaugurate a policy that gives the farmer a better price for his products and you place him in a position to buy moro goods of the manufacturer The opening of our mints to the free coinage of silver and gold thereby doubling our supply of primary money is the policy that will bring prosperity to the farmer It puta him on an equal footing with silver using countries who are our great competitors in gold standard Europe for our farm products So long as our farmers have to raise their products on a gold standard basis and sell them in the open market In competition witii products raised on a silver basis jutt so long will they have to sell at below cost of production It is free silver that will make the farmer prosperous and every- Â¬ body else in this country A vote for Bryan is a vote for free silver and pros- Â¬ perity to the farmer Â¬ Â¬ FiiANK II Cooper of the firm of Siegel Cooper Co tho greatest retail dry goods house in Chicago has come out for Bryan and free silver and will preside h- - h at the great Bryan business mens meet ing in Chicago next Wednesday Oct 28 The same day that Mr Cooper announced his decision Mr W M Hoyt the greatest wholesale grocer in Chicago also declared for Bryan and the Chicago platform and nearly all his employes aro with him On the same day that these two announcements were made Itev Dr II W Thomas the most popular divine Weak eyes are made strong dim vision in Chicago came out in a strong and is made clear sties ore removed and convincing interview in Bryans behalf No wonder plutocratic Chicago is star- Â¬ granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind may be speedily and eflectually cured by tled the use of Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salve Every American citizen and voter Its put up in tubes and sold on a guar- Â¬ when ho goes into his booth next Tues Â¬ antee by all dealers day should reflect before he casts his I Wendelken Blakely ballot Am I for a plutocratic govern Mr Walter Wendelken and Miss Cor- Â¬ ment or am I for a government of the people and by the people Do I stand nelia Blakely will bo united iu marriage at for Washington Jefferson Jackson and the home of the bride at Mortons Gap Lincoln or with Hanna McKinley Ky next Sunday evening Nov 1 The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Henry Whitney and Falmer Wendelken of this city and is now an The gold standard advocates think that employe of the L itNrallroad with head- Â¬ President Cleveland has shown them quarters at Mortons Gap Tho bride is very little respect since the present cam- Â¬ one of the most beautiful and accom Â¬ paign opened He hasnt made but one plished young ladles of southern Ken- Â¬ speech and that was to a class of college tucky students who couldnt vote if they want- Â¬ BRANDENBURG ed to Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans are using a great deal of money in this campaign As the election is but a few days off it Is very evident that they aro distributing as much boodle as possible thought that the Covington Cincinnati Carlisle Traitor Eggaflalr will cause Bryan to lose the negro voto of Kentucky Miss Agnes Malln In Owensboro BrandenMiss burg Normal Has 125 Pupils Ella McKlnley Hendrlcke Boquet It is Hobart Flag Halloween Parly Anticipated Tom Falrlelgh To Return i Brandenburg Normal has 125 pupils The man who changes his politics and Is increasing in number eaclr week Mis Blanche Fontaine spent several every lime lie changes his job Is seldom days in Louisville latf week to view new worth his hire styles Evidences of Hannas having vltlted Mrs P G Young and her friend Mrs Breckenridgo county are cropping out Dressing were here last week for a day on eyery side or two Mrs If K Pusey of Louisville spent It is justice and not charity that tbo last week with the family of Dr D O poor people of this country aro asking of Pusey the rich A good many of our young people at Â¬ tended the mite last Saturday night at Gov Stone says Missouri will give Sandy Hill Bryan seventy five thousand majority Dr Wilder was here last Monday to practice his profession dentistry with Dr John Hardin What are you free silver folks going to do with Durham And what about J W Lewis walking into his old place 7 For Infants anrlOhlldren Jilsa Agnea Malln has a class of piano pupils In Owensboro and is herself tak Â¬ ing violin lessons Agnrs Is a brilliant young raualciau CASTOR A rsfe Miss Ella Hendrlck had a corsage Who Diigraced Kentucky 1 bequet Sunday of beautiful chrome-yelloSecretary of the Treasury John O Car chrjsanthemuiiiB while several of lisle made the firat of n series of five cam our girls wo e exquisite China feathery paign speeches In Kntucky at Coving- Â¬ favorites ton his old home last Thursday night Bob Green of Louisville son 0 Mrs Oct 22 It was a gold standard speech M O Green at one time our popular pretendingly iu the interest of Palmer l rfllclent post mlstresf was here last and Buvkner but of course ot jectlvely is sound money to a In Bob says he week tho interest of McKlnley finish and will support McKinley Ho was rfct lved with such enthusi Mrs C 0 has a large McKinley and astic disapproval that it would have been Instantly when you pull the Hobart flag floating over her home as humiliating to any man but one witii a trigger So sickness may come well as a picture of tho nominees on tho rhinoceros hide and a braz n faco who on suddenly But it takes time harness of her bupgy horse I am in Â¬ for tho emoluments of flico had sold out to load the gun and it takes debted to Judge C U for some excellent his long chtrishcd and often expressed time to get ready for those exÂ¬ Bound money literature principles and is ow engaged in an plosions called diseases Coughs To morrow Thursday is sound money effort to defeat the party which has for colds any attack whatever day in the old burg Come up Mr years honored him He spoke at Odd the subject he often means pre KJltor you are broad and allow conflict- Â¬ Fellows Hall which holds about 700 cedingweakness and poor blood ing opinions without malice or jealousies people The hall was crowded and tho Are you getting thin Is Im sound money without one tiny speck street outsldo was full of people But It your appetite poor Are you was an indignant audience aud Carlisle or minute portion cf protection losing that snap energy and Bro Clint Jenkins and Bro Pate eacli was made to feel from beginning to end vigor that make delivered excellent sermons last Sunday that ho was in an unfriendly atmosphere Do one thing build I heard tho former at morning service He was frequently interrupted and for up your whole system with and was very mucli impressed by ills the first twenty minutes it was almost SCOTTS EMULSION of ease of manner distinct delivery and impossible to hear a word he said Cod liver Oil It is the essence Finally quiet was restored and the It does not of nourishment earnestness in presenting his subject speech was proceeding smoothly till Mr nauseate does not trouble the Free Grace Carlisle had the effrontery to say that he stomach And it replaces all The Literary of Brandenburg Normal was a Democrat and alwas had been that disease robs you ot met last Friday night and there was a Then it was that the storm of disapprov- Â¬ A book telling more about it seat good audience notwithstanding the in- Â¬ al rose highest and the indignant peoplo tree Ask tor it clement weather The program was BOWNE New York SCOTT You are a bolt- Â¬ cried out No no no quite entertaining and one will feel You are a traitor And yells of er well repaid for thus spending an hour Bryan Bryan filled the Bryan with the teachers and pupils semi month hall and tho crowd In the street below hands of tho toiling masses iu factory and iy indotook up the refrain and carried it on field and emptied into the lap of Presidential nominee Wm Jennings What few sympathizes Carlisle had in lence they thought of the millions of Bryan rested up Sunday at the town in the house now began to try to drown out honest working men who had been Illinois where he attended school This the Bryan men by yelling themselves thrown out of employment by the prostime next montli the die will have hoarse for McKinley and between tho tration of industry and forced to wander been cast and one side or tho other of a two noisy crowds the speaker had to stop over the fair face of this blossoming country while hunger and want Is eras Â¬ great tremendous issuo buried for four and wait years anyhow and like Capt Jack Gross About this time a dudelet Cincinnati ing the laughing dimples from tho cheeks I wish it could bo so deep as never to lawyer who is idiot enough to imagine of their wives and children and the resurrect it that the success of tho McKiuley cam pinch of poverty is sticking tho skin to All honor 01 jasfant tco to that old paign depends upon his direction aroso the bones they ttiought of tho increased school gentleman ex President Harri in the audience near the stage and be Â¬ crime the thefts the robberies tho son He says he has never received one gan a haranguo about Kentuckys honor murders the suicides and thon they cent for delivering a political speech aud Kentuckys shame He was greeted thought of the thousands of unfortunate women and young girls in their purity We belieye him for he is honest He with shut up shut up sit down considers tho Democratic campaign a sit down you idiot and when some Â¬ and innocence who are driven to the al- Â¬ most peculiar one We will certainly all body throw three large ripe mellow ternative of accepting scnrlet sin and shame on tho one hand or shivering concede that it is a most unique one eggs which lit in his Immediate vicinity from various standpoints advice without further com- Â¬ cold tatters and rngs and starvation on he took the tho other The Covington people thought Ruth Fontaine little daughter of Mr ment Â¬ Quiet was again restored and Mr Car- Â¬ otall these things and then they re and Mrs Chas Fontaine of Arkansas is membered that the very man who stood visiting her uncle Mr James Fontaine lisle finished his speech though a know- Â¬ Uuth Is a very Intelligent child and reads ledge ot guilt seemed depicted in bis before them now years ago while their the News in her far off home with much face and compared with other speeches honored Representative in Congress had pleasure She asked to see your corres- Â¬ this was the feeblest effort of his life predicted that these very things would pondent here and the pleasure of meet After the speech he was conducted to the come to pass if tho conspiracy which had Â¬ ing was mutual Ruths father was a residence of Judgi Helm by tiie Mayor been formed in this and foreign countries to demonitiz a silver should prevail of tho city and an escort of police pupil of hers In by gone days He was a patriot then battling for his Mr Editor you please tell about free through the crondtd streets where he people and hurling defiance at the ene Â¬ silver day here I Mas down on tho was constantly greeted with jeers and mies of ids country and the people loved trai- Â¬ renegade street just a little while and sought con- cries of renegade more bonds traitor more him for his bravery and his worth genial company Tho Meade County tor The conspiracy prevailed and with its while cheers for Bryan aroso Deposit Bank inmates ahem I Excuse bonds results came the distress the misery and me my chat with you was very pleasant from thousands of throats The countenance of the onco great crime which Carlisle had predicted however and I am glad to know you en Â¬ What of Carlisle He had now jMned larged your subscription Honor to Kentucklan was gravo and troubled memories of only a few years ago were the conspirators Ho was skulking in whom honor is due ngaidless of theories flitting through his master mind paint Â¬ the enemies camp He had sold the very It seems queer did you ever think of ed upon the canvass of his giant brain blood of his people for his own personal it How little is said or being said for were pictures of the recent past and he gain He had traded their porridge ab ut nominee Levering of Baltimore could see thesi same streets thronged a pot of gold and they were hungry on the Prohibition ticket for President with these same peoplo clasping his Worst of all here stood the arch traitor However old Georgetown Ky donned woithy hand and piaisiug his honored before them brszonly flaunting his per gala attire last Saturday In his honor aud name He needed no police protection ilily in their faces and accusing them of gaye him quite an ovation It is strang then He lived then in the hearts of a being anarchists and enemies of thoir isnt it that more people especially true and brave people An insult to him country Is it any wonder that they women do not come out for the ticket then would have been an insult to every arose as one man and denounced him and make prohibition a national issue Every true Kentuckian regrets that Kentuckian and hundreds of thousands Mr lom FHirleigh youngest son of of brave men and true women would these things occurred But is Kentucky Did the If so by whom Judge C C Fairleigh has resigned his have arisen enmacs to avenge his wrongs disgraced position as cashier of the Illinois Central Iu the entire march from tho hall to patriots of Covington dirgrace her or was freight depot The duties were too Judge Helms residence Mr Carlisle she not doubly difgraced by the re ap arduous aud the long hours work were spoke but once Once he turned bis sad pearance of the traitor upon her patriot Impairing his health Tho Paducah guilty face to his escort and exclaimed icsoil The people will always be of Daily Sun speaks in most complimentary How things have changed I and this one opinion while Carlisle and his ilk terms of Tom and fays he Is the mott same exclamation fell from the lips of will probably entertain another Tkunx popular railroader iu tho city Tom and every Kentuckian when he heard the his wife will come here for a stuy with news How things have changed To make the complexion good aud the his father till he builds up But upon reflection there is no cause breath sweet use Dr Bells Peppermint I have a friend and relative a banker for much surprise uor should the people Chill Tonic It purifies the blood rids in New York City who says he wants of Covington be too severely criticised you of malaria and 1b an upbuilding tonic to write an articlo for these columns and for their actions It was but tho natural aiding digestion Pleasant taste and Do you suppose it result of the meeting again of the traitor writes to know pleasant effect 50c Guaranteed by all would bo received He is a Ken and the victims of his perfidy How dealers tuckian by birth and says Tho position much rather would our forefathers have of Kentucky and the South generally Is hanged Benedict Arnold than Major BIG SPRING incomprehensible to me I know him Andro Their belief in freedom and the to be a very fine fluent lucid writer bo liberty of conscience caused them to bear I have written him Try an article for with toryism in their very midst but the G A Meador and wilo attended the our News Tho Editor is liberal but fate of the traitor was death So it is free silver rally at Brandonburg Urm in his own views But I added it with the people of Covington They it Little Catherine Jones daughter of E is right near the election is who first reposed confidence in Mr W Jones has been quite ill but is now Shall we have a Hallowe n party and Carlisle and offered him to the nation as improving see what the Fates have in storo for a wise counsellor in high places and they On account of the hard rain last Fri Â¬ young happy trusting hearts I never it is who feel the sting of the dlsgraco of day Messrs Nick Mercer and Waggonor see an assemblage of pure sweet happy his treachery more than nil others At did not speak as billed girls that I do not return thanks they no other place in Kentucky and probaJudge Nick Mercer of Hardinsburg have not the power to penotrate the bly at no other place in America would was here last Friday but owing to tiie future I had a coterie of my little he have been molested Any other weather he didnt speak friends Saturday night to set a dumb where his former admirers would have Alox Farnsley of Louisville came I could recall tho time when smothered their indignation and treated pupper down on his wheel and was the guest of we had engaged in slmlar amusements him with silent contempt Covington is the one place he should Dr Strother several days last week The Now and the Then Happy Mr Berry Solomon of Vine Grove a Youth I Do not deny tho tender years have avoided His very presence there brought sad memories to the minds of great admirer of the white metal spoke one hour of bllts All honor and praise to Hon J G his home people who had onco loved and to a good audience hore Monday night Carlisle Welcome thrice welcome to revered him They thought of the pure Miss Mamie McCaus a lovely young the soil of his own his native State is politics he had onco taught them tLoy lady formerly of this place but now of echoed and re echoed in the hearts of thought of the valiant battles he had Ellzabethtown is here visiting relatives thousands His speech tho preface esÂ¬ fought in the cause of the peoplo while and fi lends pecially would do honor to Homer or their Representative in the halls of Con Â¬ Tho Big Spring Mutual Benefit Club any great Roman or Grecian orator that gress they thought of the fame he won having oiganlzed for the winter will have ever stepped on a rostrum Free speech audhow proud they were of their honor Â¬ an entertainment Friday Oct 30 All free thought free conscience free ballot ed son they thought of the thrill ot joy aro invited Supreme contempt for any man who is they felt when he was chosen to fill an Miss Mary Lasley a charming young unwilling for an opponent to discuss the Important position in the Cabinet of the lady of Ellzabethtown who is visiting all important great impending question Executive of the nation and thon alas I Misses Lady and Genevieve Clarkson is They one of the prettiest young I believe in being fair and cquare re Â¬ they thought of his perfidy ladies who gardless of difference of opinion Of thought of how within the period of four have visited here this seasou and by course the treatment of Secretary Car- Â¬ short years his acts of treason had helped her pleasant ways has made a host of lisle at Covington Is condemned by all to fix tho corrugate wrinkles of misery friends We will all welcome her again irrespective of party affiliation Such upon the fair brow of a prosperous na conduct Is infamous and no true Ameri Â¬ tion they thought of the millions of Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a can gentleman would countenance it wealth that had be en torn from the perfect Liver Regulator anti malarial Gov Biadley tay It is the natural out and blood purifier It moves biliousness growth of the Chicago platform which without purging Cures chills and in reality was not thought of by the makes the complexion good Guaran- Â¬ hoodlums They were lawless just as a teed by all dealers llko faction in Illinois hung Bryan in NOT A SHADOW efllgy at a point where the nominee was To the Editor I have an absolute to speak Dont coudemn any party and the conservative patriotic members for remedy for Consumption By its timely u thousands of hopeless cases have been already Of Hope For McKinley in Kentucky the misdemeanors of rabble It is like permanently cured So proof positive am I A Careful Estimate condi inning a church for members who of its power that I consider it my duty to Given Oat are Ux In duty Hunt up and show the und two botlln frit to those of your readers who hive ConsumptionThroat Bronchial or Â¬ In patties and chuiches good Individ Lung Trouble If they will write me their uals that become unruly and refuse to be express and postoffice address Sincerely Louisville Ky October 23 The Dem law abiding are the sufferers not tl e T A SLOCtTM M C III rwl St Sw Tort ocratlo State Campaign Cotnmltteo gavo 3-- The IMltorUl toil Sulnu UiuiHuat ot ones attacked or assailed out to day its first authorized estimates lal Ieper UiiuulH tUt kihu riefettUto a BtBatBtBtaiMHeBirfliaaasgBg 3EEEEI I he Â¬ Gun Goes Off v VESTS tXt m clcar-hcaded-ne- Headquarters for Rrf Â¬ Â¬ Everything Â¬ I A Â¬ Â¬ Good to Eat WILDER fiTrjTISsy HARDIN Dentists Dr F R WILDER rf LouiBvillo Will be at Dr J M Hardins office in Brandenburg Ky on tho 1th Monday and Tuesday of every month followimr Wed- nesdoy and Thursday at Irvington and will be lire- pared to all kinds of Dental Work by tho latest im proved methods Teeth positively extracted without pain by tho use of A O and Vitalized Air Artificial teeth of different grades and prices Our prices will be found reasonable and to suit the times Gold filling bridge work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty Appointments made by writing to DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky The Willard Hote v LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are without a superior in the South rate of charges considered 1 Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager BOOK KEEPING SHOET HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP ETO Â¬ Who desires to better his or her condition in life should writo for - BRYANT No 400 THIBD 8TBBBT -r STRATTON nXlXjBG13 LOI8VlTT Â¬ k Â¬ of the political status ol Kentucky based upon a careful poll of the state by echool districts The following aro the esti mates by the congressional districts First District 12000 for Dryan j Sec- Â¬ CURES ond District 6000 for Bryan Third Dis fain m ALL ILLS trict 1000 for Dryan j Fourth District THE BACK KIDNEYS DIABETES 5000 for Bryan Filth District iTmiio BlflDDER ville committees poll will not bo com- Â¬ DRorsr URINflRy pleted until the middle of the week GRAVEL OROflNS Sixth District 5000 for Bryau j Sevonth BTC ETC District 3600 for Bryan j Kighth District 1000 for Bryan j Ninth District 1500 for Bryan j Tenth District 2000 for Bry YEARS SUCCESS an Eleventh District 8000 for McKin- icy Footing up the Democratic and Be John Carson says Tho people In publican majorities aa MtlmnBi i i country aro crazy to vote for Bryan committee Bryan has the state by 28- - WINTBRSiniTHS c H 35 isumplion Conceding tliRltenniil Pflaf nlalir In 11- - it 000 000 ni W K I1AHNES A n KINCIIEI trfA BARNES KIHCHELOE Bryan wouldcarry the state by 2l This estimate gives the Itapublleuu every show they have In sight from their own ttandpolnt There is not the re motest probability nf --i carrying the state ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURG Collection and peclal attention GEO W JOLLY enforcement KY ii i- ot licni gitta The Worlds showed no baking powder so cure or so great la leav Fair Tests LAWYERS CLOVEIUOHT KV Olllce in first hou JOLLY JASRSKIUMAN SKILLfyiAN alng power as the Royal Hotel at of Oloverport - v r ISEWS 23 1890 Tfiir- - - THE BRROKMfiIDGEl MWS OtxOVRHPOH rf KY BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY UJLfcM THE DUDE LISPED And Ho Llkenlflo nprtiintly llprotc Jlr Hnuk TliiMiitiniiui llniirjr Ono day in tho old dnysntChoyonne when it was still tlio tortninnn nf the Rreat Pacific read thero arrived nil by himself n young man about 20 years old who had such n liop nnd looked so girlish that tho rough crowd looked him THE SCHOOLMASTER OOTOniJIl HE PEOPLE SHALL GOYERN icy Are lo Rule This Na X R ays severest ttlnl and test provo InrciPinlto Hoods Hnrsaparllti Of Printing Nothing adds lo any ones business liko good printing In Â¬ - -- - fflrr t iti rj i M 3 st Greatest d mm SVSerit tion Not to Be Ruled hey Must Assert Their Sovereign Power overnmentBased on the Rights of rianhood ot on Property and its Priv ileges Wo linvo nobody with ua Let tho oplo said Mr Bryan tho other day over in asonishmrnt It was Hank Thompson who finally wnlkcd up to tho young man on n street corner nud gruff ly demanded Say baby nro you lookin for your nnrsin hotllo Thir do yon nddroth mo nkcd tho young mnu ns ho straightened up You bet WlinrR yor um nnd how did you happen to get lost Aly ma ith home thir nud I um not losth You nro very rude thir You aro very rude thir mocked tho terror ns ho beckoned to the Loys to closo iu nud sec tho fun It thecms to me thir said tho young man as ho looked tho other over that you dont liko my lookths No Idonth And that you want lo pick n futh Â¬ Secured hy a peculiar Combina- Â¬ tion Proportion and Process unknown to others--whi- ch naturally and actually produces Greatest Cures Greatest Sales Shown by thousands of honest voluntary testimonials which naturally and actually produco 3 d7 Hoods Job Printing Is the host According to tlio statements of drupRlsts ntl over the country In tlicso tlirco points Hoods Harsaparllla is peculiar to itself m OS with mc A fuss with n baby Sarsaparilla It Is tlio Quo n Ctntna Eifcraucu invented for tlio purposo of cor- rfion and for iissimilutiug us to tho ettcn as well ns to tho sound parts of Ufijln llilnl closing a description of tho exodus Ihlch iins taken ont of tho Democratic rty every supporter of trusts nutl duopolies ovcry dependent on usury cry speculator on tho necessities tho oplo ovcry bBuciloiaryof tlio corpora ins which wish to substitute their own cop and intrinsically worthless paper Ir monoy of tho mints ovcry upholder tho British gold standard nnd tho itish bureaucratic system of Jifo ten- iu omce every man wlio beliovcs at corporation nttornoys on tho federal nch cro greater than tho pcoplo nnd titled to rulo tho pcoplo without an al oven to tho ballot box nnd finally ory officeholder who can bo intimidat- by n president nnd cabinet in syin- thy with Wall street credit brokorB ml speculators nnd comcrcrs of gold It is certainly true and it is tho ccn il fact of this campaign that wo Bivo nobody with us but tho people I But it is not truo for tho first time was truo in Audrow Jacksons day lien Judgo Story n Federalist support- of Adams described tho Jackson ns tho most vulgar nnd oss people iu tho nation And it was uo still earlier for in describing tho mditions which ushered in tho great eniocratio victory of 1800 when tlio edcralist party was virtually wiped it Thomas Jefferson wroto his friend id Virginia noighbor Muzzel then in ranee n letter in which lie gives n rikingly nccurato outline not only of at campaign but of this Jeffer Tho aspect of our politics 3n writes lias wonderfully changed In placo of tho noblo Mica you left us ttvo of liberty nnd republican goveru acnt which carried ns triumphantly uough tho war an Anglican party hns ring np wnoo avowed purposo it is Iraw ns over to tlio subslauce as iy liuvo already dono to tho forms of British government Whiio tho rn body of our citizens remain truo ngaiust opublican institutions aro tho executive tho federal judioi- two out of tlirco branches of tho islature all tho officers of tho govern- nt all timid men who prefer tho in of despotism to the boisterous sea kiijuuilj mi jjuiirtu iiiuiLiJiiuta iiuii cricaii3 muting on AJrmsii capiini Hi speculators and brokers nnd with mi tho banks and dealers in tho nub- - roared Hank Thir I can tako care of mythelf Dont want any inn to reck you to sleep ohl No thir nnd I wnnt you to go nwny boforo I hurt you When Im riled I thoot Hcnr him ho thootsl shouted tho terror ns ho laughed ull over Say boyp what is this thing anyway Wath you referring to mo nsked tho young man Of courso I was Whoso trunk or carpotbag did you escape from Thir I thco thatli you want mo to thoot you nnd therefore I will thoot unless you go away Ho will thootl Ha ha hal Somo body git somo sugar nnd a rag Mcbbo hoa hungry I dont liko to thoot but I thco I musth said tho young man nnd beforo anybody realized what ho was at ho had pulled out a littlo popper of o pop nnd sent six buckshot bullets into Hnuk Thompsons nnntoiny Tho big fellow staggered about nud fell down nnd ev Â¬ erybody thought ho wns dono for until n doctor looked him over nnd said no vitnl spot had been touched Hnuk lay with his eyes closed for n long long time but ho finally opened them uud faintly nsked Boys huvo I bin shot or what Yes youve bin shot answered ono Who did itTho young foller that looks liko n girl and lisps Great Scott you dent toll mol Yes ho driv six bullets right inter yer carcass Hank und you wont can ter about for a mouth to conic And it wns that feller Â¬ Hn ha hal IlOOU S HlllS Truo mood Purifier aro tho only to bikn with Hoods iSarsauarllU iff MEDITATIONS OF AN OLD FISHERMAN You wnvr la tho Junes tlmt wero warmer than these nro heart Tho herring nro not la tho tides ns tucy wero tho wave wero tiinro yny When I was a buy with never n crack In my Though you plow nnd you ulancc nnd yon pur nud you dart though ou danco by my feet children nt play IIU Wo nro tho Leader Send your ordeis to us next timo Our prices and work nro guaranteed TRY US Scfrkn - Undo Sntu This is a solf ovldwit fnot Now York Nows of old My sorrow I Tor many a creale gavo tho creel In tho enrt That carried tho talto to Bllgotown to ho sold Mien I was u hoy with never u crack In my heart And LESSONS IN ECONOMICS Louie Slirdn Tlght on Matter of Oriiit IfitertMt Our opponents tell us tho only trouble is lack of coufldenco that if pcoplo will just havo coufldenco nil will bo woll When a man is hungry coufldenco docs not go fur toward Ailing his stomach As against their doctriuo of confidence with nothing to rest coufldenco upon wo propoeo a solid founda tion npon which coufldenco may stand Yon say this is n matter which concerns tho farmers only You tako away from tho manufacturers their farmer customers nnd they will closo their Bhops oftoner than they do now v hen thoy simply closo them to intiniidato Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nrjani WAS HE AN ANARCHIST Mlmnclmctti tlio Kiiiriimt Cum t nh you proud maiden yuu nro not no fair when his onr la heard on tlio water ns they were tho proud uud Hpurt VTho paced iu tho evo by tho nets on tho peb bly nhoro TThcn I wns u boy with never a crack In my Â¬ War Intirimr Criticised Â¬ Â¬ durn my hide Ivo alius heard that unthin en tlio facoof this nirth could lisp and shoot too but tho fellers tliut told mo hadnt never ruu up ngin n baby Chicago News HIh Mistake Yes Waal liilj succinctly and comprehensively fddpthis sum up existing conditions Uiatjit is narn to rcauzo time n century Tlio passed siiico it was written ocrncy is lighting tlio campaign of jlWK over again Now ns then cries of twaiion aro rmsul ngaiust it by tho cno Siggof populargoverumcut Its lenders awTdenounccd ns enemies of law and or djnB Jacobins as dUigerous nunruh just ns Jefferson was then denouue ijfby every onn wlio bolioved ns tho eucrausis ciiii tneu as tne plutocrats dojjiow that government should bo on properry mm its privileges uui o5 Tmihoocl and its rights But tho Democracy did not turn then iltrijd not hesitato Nover so strong as yTW 11 Ual uctll uunilllU liy Ull il3 Mtlio people it pushed forwurd to Tttory under tho leadership of tlio groat mmTwIio first loid down Trust the peo c fundamental principle of ifSSk ns jfgj wiiueiit MItwaH tho greatest discovery over pMMk in the politics of tho world this tfcittho people can bo trusted Never iu wSjcrii times was it a factor iu the pcMtical politics of nuy country until tATcnnipaigu of 1800 when tho author 54w Declaration of Independence took tMjApld iu support nf tho proposition Mijgth pcoplo aro tho government tlwRmiey urn not to bo ruled iu Amor- dkiSflkmt uro tt rulo it onowitliliimon that propfjllliad notlio pcoplo But ho wns notjortrton but Ho hud behind him all tho jVriTtencd Jeetiiiries of tho dark ages of oppression Punjiblnss government Ho hud beforo irlhjpll thanges of tho glorious progress wliMli is boing worked now tlirough eeftonca in tho pcoplo nnd boliof in tWitr capaoity for iudeflnito improve- luetrt through tho iudoflnito oxtousion iellbcrty Ho dared to trust tho pcoplo swljjvith him ns thoir leader they won tiif first great victory under tho dcoln- aMii that nil men aro created froa uud Jtlficquul rights under tho law Uet uo Democrat fear tho result In tjof tho huudreds of millious of oiigfully liolil wealth being used ttSlBritishmodol Vp iii j Clergymen nro frequently good story tollers but ns n rule a proper dignity prevents them from wanting to nppear in that light publicly Tho following was narrated to n reporter by u popular divino In tho days of my early ministry ho said I thought it necessary to im press thoughts of salvation by every Â¬ thing I uttered and I nm nfrnid I was sometimes not altogether discreet JVIy first work was in a wchtcrn mining camp and I had to remain over night at a rough hotel to wait for n stngo to convey mo to my destination At the tablo a savngo looking man said gruflly What might bo yer line youug feller Saving souls I said solemnly Ugh I was tho only response After supper a coarsely dressed man approached mo and said Purdner lo a inuko foiuo kind o dicker Wero in thcr saiuo line nu thnr aint room fcr both Theros a camp furder up tho crick whar yo could do well I think you nro mistaken my friend I said I am u milliliter of tho -- gospol Scuso me parson I thought yo iS h xbblorl Washington Star Just a Woiiiunn Way Two women stood on tho wrong sido of a cross street tiiat intersects Broad wuy nnd signaled tho cabloca only to eco them shoot by in tho most aggra vating wuy Well of nil tho impudencol Did you ovorl Whyitsworso than wo rend about Ecro ono of tho gripmen shouted something nnd waved his hand back- Â¬ ward What did ho say Something about tho wrong corner Well Ive got his number nud Ill roport him for not stopping Hero a policeman camo up and took them to tho lower sido of tho street whero tho very first car stopped for them And thoy both said Well tho ideal Kansas City Times Â¬ votors Tako awayyour farmer custom ers and your shops will cIcmj bceauco orders will ccaso You cannot afford to drivo down tho prico of tlio farmers products until ho receives less than enough for his crop to pay tho iuleiest on his debt and his taxes Ho cannot buy what you produco until ho can soil what ho produces himself And you had better havo 1000 mouths to feed and 1000 backs to clothe than to havo a fow men who havo lots of monoy but vory littlo appotito and only a fow bodies to clotho Tho gold standard makes it easier for a fow to buy silver or difficult for tho many to buy Tho few who uro benefited by u gold standard cannot supply your mills with customers uud thcmoio yon givo them tlio larger tho fortunes which you pilu up in their bauds by making their dollars grow fatter ns they hoard them the moro npt they uro to go nbroad and spend tho money instead of spending it hero at homo Wo nro told somo of tlicso financiers nro afraid our country is not large enough to net for itsolf If hey knew moro about onr country uud less about foreign couutrics thoy would have more faith in our homo institutions You can find lots of pcoplo wiio havo visited En ropo timo uud ngain nnd have never crossed tho Missouri rivoi If you loavo this question to tho sentiment of those pcoplo who know something about tho United States you will find that a vast majority of our people aro willing to trust their ull on this repub lic or fall with it You tell us wo must havo n financial policy that enables us to borrow money ubroad If we havo tho gold standard wo will always bo borrowing money abroad and will soon reach a timo when wo cannot pay what wo huvo bonowed You tell mo you wunt monoy to uomu hero from ubroad I tell you you had better got tho money out of your own mountains and liavo your own money instead of borrowing money you will huvo to seud back und pay interest on all tlio time you havo it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Bryan has dono well to call at tention to tho inconsistency of tlio Re publicans iu denouncing tho mild criti Â¬ cism of tho btipromo court by tlio Chicago convention Ho himself has rcforred to tlio atti tudo uud utterances of tho Republican party in tho beginning of its existenco with regard to tho decisions of thocourt on certain questions Tho initio of Re publican denunciations of thu supremo court in connection with decisions on tlio slavery question is almost inex Tiio Republicans believed haustible then that tho pcoplo had n right to interpret tho constitution nud to recoid tlioir interpretations in laws It wns their boast for years that tho peoplo had rovcrscd tho supremo court In lhGO Governor Andrew of Massa chusetts lunuing for governor on a Re publican platform which branded as a usurpation the opinion given by mem Â¬ bers cf tin Miprcn o coutt declared Thu Constitution of the United States Is no hidden thing its scrip- Â¬ ture U of uo private Interpretation It v an Hindu by tlio people for tho people it wnti adopted by themselves und iiiioii It they established their government Will any ono dure to siiy tliit the people do not und cannot comprehend that Instrument No sir from that decision I appeal 1ioni tiiut lU elhloiitho people appeal have nppciilcd The Deincrntio uttcranco is as mild as tho loo cf u dovo iu comparison with thesn worth It is gcntlo us a bleat of a ltmb couipaitd with tho words of tlio inembirH it thocourt That eminent Republican Justice Harlan denounced tho income tix decision us n judicial revolution hut may how tho seeds of hato und distrust among tho peoplo of tho different rectioiiH of onr country and added thnt us tho yvcrthrowof for Â¬ mer decisions uud tho settled practico of tho government it strikes nt tho foundations of national authority St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ heart Printin Onn Uundrrd Feet Inlij is a well known fact even among tbeso wlio uuike no prctcmo of having their heads stoird with geological nud polemtologieal lore that tho beasts nud reptiles which existed in tho early ages of tho world wero giants when com A CrocodlM -T- V n Yeats DUGY CLIFF DWELLERS It Tlio Jllrlilu Women Aro Literally Cm prcsseH or llielr llouus Tho clilT peoplo nio n bm y folk writes Hamlin Garland in The Ladies Homo Journal in un article describing tho home- licmo life and customs of tho cliff dwellers of tho southwest tho most mysterious peoplo in America ns ho designates them Tho women grind meal nnd weave blankets and baskets nnd mako very interesting and often beautiful pottery Tho old men make moccasins very deftly whilo tho young er men go down f i om tho cliff to tho fields to tend tho growing crop to watch tho struggling corn n it battles Â¬ I V r ngaiust drifting hot sand and ngaiust sudden Hoods such are tho extremities of their climate Kach morning while I was in IIuuo I heard the meu at early dawn go hinging down tlio steep trail down into tiio purplo plain Their qua vering songs floated up to mu witli n strange beauty Kach morning while it was still dark tho women wuko mo by entering tho room whero I lay to grind corn nnd each night I went to sleep to tho regular rhythm of tho meal ing Ktouo timed to tho mystical religious chant of the toiling women Let it bo said that thero is no wom an slavery among these peoplo anymore than among thu Navajoes Tho women nio chief property holder Tlio house is generally tho womans und descent is through her und not through the father Tho meu uro hcldnm severo in maimer nnd in Acoma nnd Walpi as well as in Lngunn uud Zuiii I saw tho men tak ing cam of tho babies and doing it with great tenderness uud smiling patience I saw no evideuco of any foverity except iu cum of the old women They seemed to bo tho drudges of tho household in Wnlpi nnd in Aconin currying wood and bottles of wilier up tho steep trail bent withered moioso and complaining They uloiio of nil tlicso peoplo seemed saturniuc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v v-T r- 5 pared with tho very largest representa M4 Ssr ft v i VW r tSp I tives of tho same types which still surv I vive This fact has recently been strikingly illustrated by n find mado nt Poitiers where excavations nro boing made under thenuspicesof tlio Oriental Academy of Science At that placo a crocodile tooth was fouud which weighs almost ftivcii poniids M Gerard tho professor in chargo of tho working corps Fays that thero is no doubt that Louisville HenderfonlSI Louis fiylo tho tootli formerly belonged to n gigantic crocodile and that there is no possi bility whatever Unit ho lias confounded tho tooth with that of tho megulvasau rus ns somo scientists havo hinted Illll I II Kffoct M Gerard snys It is a typical croc At 600 oclck A U Sunda Har 22 1095 odilo tooth nnd is probably tho largest specimen of tho kind ever seen by man HVit Bound Trnim EaiiBouui Tram Iu my cstiinnticn it is from tlio head of 11 a reptilo not less than 100 feet iu 4l Mail A Mall 4 Bxpra Kxpra STATIONS Kxpra Kxpr length St Louis Republic -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - vr - S 5 jT TIME SCHEDULE iTO io lime tlio Di Rlgm rn Initial is suid that the 0 and tho 3 gohlpieces und the Dland dollar aio tho only coins pcipituutiiig the designers name Underneath thu lower liuo of tho liiidiillieii on tlioolmisccf tho gold pieces is 1 11 L James U Laugaero In nearly the samo pot itiou on tho ob verse it tlio Bland dollar is tho letter M It aho appears on thoieveite up on tho lift fold of the ribbon uniting the wieiith being tho initial letter of Moruan It Dally eaupm 6 46 7 20 721 TSA 8U7 8 45 8 4S Dally 7Maiii IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Wcstlulnt lltandenburg IrvltiKlon Tierce Sample Wlllowdalc Hock Haven Iontr Branch Til 766 8 01 8 Id 8 57 UUl Howard Dally Dally 1245pm h 00pm 7 48 U Ml 11 f Jam 710 1U0 17 1141 1138 11 27 1118 1051 10 42 10 3J 10 26 10 20 dW 7 45 a 12 Â¬ Â¬ 8 20 8 21 8 37 8 45 8 50 8 68 9U2 9 06 9 22 9 31 9 40 9 40 9 57 10 07 102 1028 104 lull 10 31 10 35 10 61 Ouiton Webster Jodiburf Ekrnn lltJ 11 dU I 1 I C t5J 47 311 32 24 IU f 0J I 1 One fare for the round trip to Owensboro Wed Â¬ 918 Stephemport Adillion Holt Hawesvllle Iewitport Powers latea Owcntboro Mattlnely Griffith Stanley Waitman Falcon Cloverport Shopt Sklllman 1011 10 Ui 1003 lis 35 1 31 1 29 t 17 1 14 65 48 950 9 th 9 22 nesday morning hear Blackburn UDBTIUE WMB REPORTS liOTJISVIlLK KV Oct 27 1886 Shlpprs ihoald mark all paoktges plainly with ihlpperi name and poat ofio addrcfi UUTTER Choice country Medium 11 2S to Oct 10 08 10 15 933 941 952 958 02 1112 11 1121 1125 1136 U 42 1215 12 2ii 12 M lctrle 935 925 917 911 9 02 8 66 8 8 8 41 Mi3 4 63 46 40 4 4 1026 11 SS 10 48 UUtn 31 25 05 2Ulpm 3 25 05 68 416 3 44 1100 1106 11 OS Kvcry President Ourflold said mini who Is opposed to the use of sil- Â¬ ver coin us a part of the legal curÂ¬ rency of the country I disagree with Kvcry man who Is opposed to tho actual lcgul use of both metals I dis Â¬ agree w Ith 1 would endow tho two with equality aud make coinage free A htuprndous luct money in circulation Sloru money lucuns un advance In prices Advance In prices means tho Investment of moro cnpltul This Investment means mi incrcuto iu tho demand for labor This demand will givo labor Increas Â¬ ed vvuges A Iteimhllcan Kenator on Money Money is the creation of law and tho American people huvo learned that les son uud they uro indifferent to the assaults they uro indifferent to tho argu ment they uro indifferent to tho aspersions which uro cast upon them for do- miindiug that tho law of tho United States shall placo tho imago uud of Ciesiir upon silver enough cud gold enough und paper enough to ruuhlu them to transact without umbur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irec coinage of silver menus more Tho assessed valuation recorded in tho great national ledger standing to our credit is about 0j 000000 000 Our population is III 000000 uud by somo means by f oniu device by homo machi nation by some incantation honest or otherwise by somo ptocess that cannot bo defined less than u two thousandth part of our population havo obtained possession aud have kept out of thu penitentiary iu spite of 1m menus they adopted to uequiie it ol moro than one half of tho entire accumulated wealth of tho country John J Ingalls iu tho Â¬ Ingenious IVrutlnii Iotterles A long slim neck is n distinguishing feature of much of tho Peruvian pot tery and nearly ovcry vessel is orna mented witli n figure of somo sort hav ing holes to repieseut eyes nud other openings These iiflord a passagofor the nir forced out by tho liquid when pour ed into the vessel Byun ingcuinu con trivuuco the air in escaping produces n sound similar to tlio cry of tho creature represented Thus a utensil decorated with two moukoys embracing each other on having water poured into or from it would givo n sound liko tho screech ing of thoso animals Ono decorated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1231 12 40 1115 12 47 1123 1131pm 12 64 814 8W 8 7 S55 S39 2 36 3 30 3 23 1138pir 100 WorthlnKton Head SnotUvllle Â¬ llMpin 1 15pm ar tlaiiett llendern Iv 7 43 7 30 7 20im 751 316 310 2i5pS Â¬ 12 L II Crcimery KG IS V 8 10 m 15 St L Ry Fordsvifle Branch Fresh FKATHKUS Prime white gooae Mixed Ohl Ho I duck 40 2b 11 TIME TABLt No 9 IS 26 TAKING Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun EFFECT DEO 22 1605 Dally ex Sun No t United States Senate Jan 11 1SU1 17-- nossmeut without hindrance without delay and without impoverishment their No tho othor responded with a daily buslntKs uiluirs uud that shall fcolemn shako of her head my bestus give them a measure of values that will Boston Herald clothes is worcd out not make then belongings thohport and John J tho prey o I ho speculators The Acme of Knowledge Ingalls Muggins Is Bjones well informed tummon reoplo to tho Tore Buggius Yes indeed Why ho acLrt Hu hNpower to govern tually knows hh much as tho averugo The plain jieoplo in tho Democratic youug man who has just bocn graduat Â¬ party have averted thoir power thia ed from collego thinks ho knows year nro conducting tho campaign and Phil iVii adelphia Record will do the voting uud elect thu nomi nees Nushillo American Women and LrgUUtlon 1 Cnritr is not lending tlio JiepuoGold With u hiring tplt Women today nro crippled iu tho per- Â¬ JlcplmHt this year Tho best heWo wnnt fouud formance of purely domestic duties by Our opponents Bay is to carry wutor for tlio nnihut would you think of a their exclusion from direct participation money rust iuuih iu legislation crippled exactly as min carpenter who tried to build n liouso upon un invisible foundation And yet ers weavers machinists farmers lum Uusslu produces eight busliols ot nud merchants of the mala sex they wunt lo build ull tho commercial lin ucro nnd miKlit produce bermen tin traductions of this country upon a litIf would bo wero thieo classes disfran twice or three timort that quantity - chised May Wright 8owall tlo lump of gold regardless of tho fact careful und sysnn rnltivatioti wero as that foreigners hold u Miing to tho gold -About the Bune roalio ai in Oerwuny or franco aud cun joik out Iho foundation of our Kiison I sujipcso if your wifo died tomtuerce W J Bryan tllla tho king of the Hutu was Bho would leavo ycu a good deal eh led tho Hcourgo or lion uie uesum ns now Valeutiue About the somo McKlulcy VuUo to Hllver Europe oanuot bo i bo wrought in Sho leaves mo ull winter fcr Purls nnd McKinky oupht to bo utdiumcd to day without tho ut- - ull summer for Nowpcrt us it In Town d even at this took a silver dollar in tho ftco utter it horror Toplo oiaking leve to it ull tbceo yearn und ihon jilting it ut tho bcbtwl of Hun no Werlh Its weight Ih- - flM Sutherland fl flirt United State piano w Kvwu Jity Times Eagle Eye Salve tu ih uotton iu la Jn Â¬ Trout Her Iolut ot View Both wero vory young They stooU gazing into a btoro window admiring tho pretty frocks tliut children so love uud turning to look ut tho rugged figure besidu her Marjorio said compassionately Littlo girl poor littlo girl aro thoso your bestus clothes Â¬ The mini who has money to loan prospers by hard times Tho mull who has labor to sell Is best eompen buted when money It plenty Caution lronhit rr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In tbeso days when pcoplo aro wont to complain of any mihtiko made in tho prognostications hout out from the weather buiemi it is amusing to read of tho complahuut manner in which Now Engluud Alma Oiough iu his unck for tho year 1703 und lutor predicted tho weather Perhaps ho says from tho 10th to tho 2Ud of Junuury it will bo very cold weather if It fnio by tlio ilreslilo or oil thu sunny sido cf it fence at noon Icrhups wet Iu April ho says Now fnirweath wenther if it ruins Wiudyorcalin crif tboBun shines Aud iu July ho writes pleasantly If now tho weather do provo fair peo ple to Caiubridgo do repair It appears that Mr Samuel Clongh kuow how to soouro himself against criticism Imitation Ix atlicn Numerous varieties of imitation leather nro produced from shoepakius Considerable quantities uro in ado to niiuulatu glazed kid bluck nud colored und alligator Thrso bcur so closo a ro hcmblaucoto thu icul tliut tho differenco is not always discernible oven to men familiar with tho trade They nro in uso in tho production of shoes that cun bo sold at low prices for which tho demand is greater than usual hi those times Shoo uud Lvuthcr Reporter Â¬ Â¬ with a bird would emit birdliko notes whilo a mountain cat on ono jar would mew snakes coiled around another would hiss Tho most curious that wo havo seen was tho figuro of an aged When tho jar was in uso her wonion sobs became audiblo and tears trickled down her cheeks Tho manufacturers seemed to havo known all about atmos pheric presurc Dr Lo Plongcou had in his own collection a picco that dem onstrated this It represented a don bio headed bird Tho vessel had to be filled through a hole iu tho bottom and yet in turning it over not a drop would spill but the liquid would readily How out when tho jar was simply inclined Popular Scieneo Monthly The Danger of lIer Tho greatest danger to thoFO who diva into thu sea for valuables tliut havo been suuk is tliut cf fulling tibleep On i hot day tlio contraut between tho heat ubove uud the dilicious cool iicss below water is apt to mako a diver Ono of tlieno men stated tliut sleepy ho ouco slept half mi hour ut the bot Â¬ tom of a wreck whero ho was luyiiig a pipe Supposing that had happened iu a channel whero tho tido funs so swiftly that a diver can work only during ho ono hour of slack water tho deadly rush of tido would havo snapped tho Then in working lifcliuo and bore wrecks thero is tlio danger of getting jammed in between freight or ot getWhen ting tho hoso or liuo entangled tho hoso snaps ut a great depth tho tre Â¬ mendous pressure kills tho diver Ho is frightfully distorted by it Peursoua Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heai per lb Spring Cbtckeni per dot jjucm perm leete ior dai 10TAT0ES Iriih per barrel POULT HV 1 Welt Hound Train Halt llo ind Train MAVM 3S0tU0 253 00 13 75 3 00 2 00 25 No5 Nol STATIONS exSm Daily No 2 New La Hwcet potutoei er bbl From itore 2 to 5 cti hlxhtr Nary Ileani per buibel ROOTS 50 2 SU 10am 1160 12 06pm 11 Iv Irvington Ar Garfield llarned 12 12 13 52 12 36 12 68 Hardlmbure Jolly Glendcane Junction Kirk unction 9 20am 8 10 7 60 7 40 7 30 7 15 7 00 llBieng bcnlca Snake Tlnk Yellow Wild linger Lady Slipper May A mil Blood 2 40 2 75 110 128 135 165 2 20 arKalliIloufhl Dcmptter Hockvale Huth Aaklna Oaka Mitchell Dempater 660 630 6 20 6 00 5 37 5 27 H f 5 21 6 230 264 320 2 42 3 09 40nrn M6 5 08 4 60 I 2K AKnHilf Tv 4 41 4 35am FIELD SUKDS Timothy per luibel Clover per buibel Crlmton Clorer per buihel Iter Top pel buibel Orchard Omit per buihel lilue Iran fancy p r buihel lllue Iran extra per buihel Onion f eti Yellow per buibel Whit 2i 180 4 25 3 00 65 10 85 65 1 25 2 50 1 GRDVt III DBS Oroen rood 8 10 10 Drj Salt tood Shop iklna Tub waibed Ireaie fine Hurry lllaok Dry flint gend WOOL 9 11 ii 40 Uurrj and OU Tallow Beeswax Sorcbnm 15 9 fa 11 8 J 21 18 12 13 10 MISCELLANEOUS fel TASTELESS m 336 Molmei 16 4Jf 2 20 Li HkEilVkVHaHia eet up in a itoom jet directed ngniust Clio edge of tho bell tho vibration of tho air or stcuiu column in tho boll in flucncliiK Ihu tone according to its length New York Lcilcr aud dluiLClcr Steam WhUtles Tho cnuso of sound iu a steam whistlo is tho sumo ns iu any form of whistlo or an organ pipe viz a vibration of the ntinosphcro induced by n vibration TDNIC WARRANTED ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS H I LL PRICE 50 cts OALATIA ILLS NOT M1M3 Pari Medlctni Co HI Leula Mo U0 bottiM o Uenllemoni We auld laat OllOVKrt TABTHLUbS CHILL TONtO awt i bouvbt lUrea gruaa already Ibla year In all our perlouce ut II eara In tba dnw buatsa UM LTeraol4anartlolotlwlgaaue inilimointfxeun truly taUua aa jgur Tula jer xnMirCAiuiAW k dfJBSKi - THR Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTODElt 28 1890 BREXOKEUSTRIDQE NEXWS GLxOVEJRPORT KY L H HON JOE T JOHNSON Of South Presence SELF of Mind Carolina Makes a Telling Speech in Cloverport in the Causo of Bryan and Free Silver nmiiifflfima88imm CARLISLE IN 1878 From the Speech of John G Carlisle Made in the llousc of Represen- Â¬ fit fc W TIME TABLE Piarr lMing nnmo wiit Dally rr Urdlnilurgl2iU pm OOIHO Dtly rr tlardtnibarg lltT 7 Itf m 1500 MILES IN A 8KIFF are doubtless beating the air for all its worth But Breckenridge is dend sure The Republicans will not for Brynn admit it but they had jmt as well do Rough Voyage of Two of Uncle Sams so Mr Robert E Woods nnd wife tf Mr Louisville wero here last Monday Woods catno down to attend court Monday evening they went from here to Rosutta to vIbR Mr Woods sister Mrs Privates Trumpeter J Kennedy and Private II Kelloy of Troop O Kighth Cav alry of Fort Yates N 1 have travelul more than 1500 miles iu an open b nt and nro now camped on the river near JtiHrson Barracks The soldiers njpn furlough aud they are awaiting their dis charge which will come Nov 10 On Aug lOthtsa soldiers with two other started In a boat 15x3 to come donn the river to St Louis They were sup plied with a full hunting nnd camping outfit and plenty of ammunition but were short of money and depend il on gamo aud iUh mainly for a living Their two comrades gave uo the voyaH after being out a week Kennedy and Kelloy continued tho trip and arrived at St Louis a few days ago Iu passing through the Dakotas the Indians annoyed them by petty thiev ing but otherwise were frieudly enough When they are discharged thfcmen will return to their home in New Haven Conu St Louis Dispatch HARDINSBURG J C Nolle Has Made A Final HOW AN AERONAUT SAVED HIM IN THE OPEN AIR A Long Pioco of Ropo and a Neat HI Wind Calculation Presorvod tho Llfo of Professor But For This the Reporter Couldnt Toll This Interesting Yarn Wind was his name Hiram Wiud but ho told Tho Snn reporter that they called him Hi for short For n long time said lie with n half knavish Emilc I didnt liko tho abbreviation but when I wns 2 nud took to ballooning as a business it kind of fortcr seemed as if Irovideiico meant that I should have had that name nud no other Professor Hi Wind ho odd rd with pride is a nnmo that is bouud to soar through tho loftiest realms of space M h - oigi Urn cr liosllalod tho reporter Jiavo you got a plcco of that ropo 1 Now York Sun could look ut it Did yon never havo mi accident inquired tho reporter Several but they havo never been tho fault of tho Wind Tho professor began to show signs of mi ecu robing to tho pump Of course ho ndmittrd hesitat ingly a man cant walk tho earth ev ery day without bumping up against tomcthing out of the ordinary occasion ally and tho air is no exception Ivo had experiences that you might call narrow escapes that is you might mid then again you mightnt It would do IioikI on how you looked at things Somo rail cm narrow ami omo dont I dont myself It wan plain that tho professor under stood that n good thing was t good thing when ho paw it Suppose you narrato ono for my Fake suggested tho reporter and let mo add my testimony to that of your other admirers Thanks I dont caro if I do aid tho professor nud thero was that Ju tho tono which recalled tho reporter to mans highest duty to his fellow man After which sitting at a small table tlio professor continued I was out in Indiana about four years ago Indiana is a great etato in tho Fcarou and I had mado an ascent for tho benefit of a Sun day school picnic to kind of offset going up on tho Sunday beforofora lager beer ociablo function JMighly particular pious theso Sunday Fchool pcoplo are and everything was lovely My balloon was n gas balloon aul shofairJy kicked up her heels whilo I had her tethered and when sho got away fIio seemed like Mio was heading right for infinity and was goiug tho limit or bust a ham string I guess Fho must havo gono up a mile and n half or two miles when I felt something givo way mid in a min uto or two sho began to go back tho other way not fast you understand but slow and rare and in a way to mako you fool mighty uncomfortable I couldnt tell what tho matter was and after letting her drop to within about half a milo of bottom I tossed cut a lit tlo of my ballast I was short on para chutes that day too as mino wan out of whack And boing cnrelcts I thought Id tako my chances About this timo I began to wisli I hadnt but I didnt say a word for obvious reasons When I let tho ballast out tho balloon responded only a little and tho way sho did it convinced mo that Kimcthing serious was tho matter I3y this timo I had to throw out somo more ballast and it wasnt n minuto till thero wasnt any thing left in tho basket besides myself and ubont J000 feet of ropo with a grapplo on tho end of It Tho balloon had begun to sink again and rapidly And you may guci s that thin was a timo for a man to do fcomo pretty active thinking if ho ex pected any good rchults from it nud you may bo assured I was calculating Every instant now tho balloon was gathering velocity tho last movement downward having begun nt a point about n quarter of n milo from the ground nud I knew that in a few sec onds I was going to bo a shapelchs mass that couldnt even bo photographed for a newspaper uuless foiuothing hap pened Thero was only ono thing to do aud that was to relievo tho balloon of its weight and scud it back up again Tho ropo and I wero heavy enough to lessen tho weight considerably if wo MiouJd get out and I proposed to do a great act Getting o good hold on my clasp kuifo I waited for tho now whizz ing earthward balloon to get within about 1000 feet of tlio ground Then with tho ropo tied around my waist and tlio other end fast to tho balloon I jumped out feet foremost straight for tho earth I knew that if tho balloon remained stationary I would just about reach tho ground at tho cud of tho rope but I figured on a good deal of reaction In fact I calculated tho ribo of tho balloon would about meet tho full of myself at such n point ns to miiko my fall comparatively light nud then when sho began to sink again I would bo so near tho earth that boforo sho got to going ut brcukucck speed I would bo oloso enough to cut looso and let myself down easy As it turned out I might have had n leg broken or been shaken up pretty badly but luck was with mo When I cut loose I dropped obout 20 feet and lit square on top of a big straw stack whero soma men wero thrashing As for tho balloon sho was so nearly exhausted and was coming down so fast that tho J 083 of my weight only gave her strength enough to go a couplo of hundred yards across tho field aud drop into a pond So you see concluded Professor Wind that a littlo presenco of mind ifl valuablo oven to tuko up in a balloon with a man for if I had not had it and had not used it ut tlio cud of that piece of ropo I would not now bo hero telling this story to you Of course it was not as serious a mishap as I havo experienced on other occasions but still it is interesting What do you think of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlio best speech delivered in this city during tho present campaign was that of lion Joe T Johnson of Spirtlnsburg S Babbages Hall latt Thursday night The hall was crowded with tho largest gathering of people that had yet greeted a speaker here and many ladies honored the occasion by their presence Mr Johnson begau by saying he was from the sunny south where cotton grew and the orange blossom waved He had always heard that Kentucky was noted or three things tho fasti st horses tho prettiest women and the bravest men on earth except except in South Ca olina His speech was barely begun before the people realiznl that a master of the money question stood before them He argued the question in a plain practical way replete with tlio simplest language and in a manner that left a lasting impression on those who heard him He said Gentlemen I do not ask you to take my word for what I say but when you leave this house in- Â¬ vestigate the records and when I say the records I do not mean the Courier Journal and if you find that I have deceived you in a single instant discard all 1 have told you He also said A convention met oyer at Indianapolis aud nominated a ticket for president to preserve the Democracy and how By electing William iMcKln 0at Settltment Beard and Beeler Case Settled J D Beeler Makes an Assignment Rendered Se- Â¬ John Â¬ Richard Witt Mr Samuel Bland returned last week from Mooloyvillo whero ho had been to havo a cancer on his lip treated by Dr Mitchell Ho reports tho operation as very severe but thinks the cancer is now entirely removed Mr Beeler desires us to say that it is not his intention that any one shall lose anything by his assignment He thinks he has enough property to pay all his individual indebtedness Ho wants to treat every body fairly Tlio celebrated Beard and Beeler cae was settled at this term of court Hee- Â¬ lers petition as to Mrs Lucy Beard was Tho court held that no fraud dismissed Â¬ tatives in 1S7S Tlio struggle now going on can not ctaso aud ought not to cease until all tho industrial interei U of the country are fully and finally emancipated from the heartless dclnloation of snydlcates stock exchanges and other great combinations of niony grabbers in Judgement for Abrut 4000 Against J S DeJcrneltea curities Mr Leo Meyer went to Louisville last Saturday SheritrCy Pate has been Blckfor the last few days Mr Percy Beard was in Louisville a few days last week Joe Cox and Will Hook went to Louisville last week Miss Jennie Warfleld Cloverport is visiting here this week George Haynes colored died here last week with pneumonia Mr Phocian Daniel arrived here last week from California to visit his moth Â¬ er bThe will of Letitla Butler was admlt 1 teil to probate in the countv court last Â¬ Â¬ this country and in Kurope According to my view of the subj ct the conspiracy which seems to have been formed hero aud in Europe to di stroy by legisla- Â¬ tion and otherwise from three sevenths to one half of the metalie money of the world is the most gigantic crime of this or any other age The consummation of such a scheme would ultimately entail more misery upon the human race than all the wars pestilencepand famines that ever occurred in the history of the world The absoluto and instantaneous destruetion of half the entire moveable property of the world including housep ships railroads aud all other appli ances for carrying on commerce while it would be felt more sensibly at tho moment would not produce an thing like the prolongtd dis Â¬ tress and disorganization of society tht must inevitably result from the permanent annihilation of one half of the metalie money in tho Â¬ j world I know that the worlds stock of the precious metals is none too large and I see no reason to apprehend that It will ever become to Maukiud will be fortunate indeed if the annual production of gold and silver coin shall keep pace with the annual Increase of popula- Â¬ tion commerce and industry ley Do you call that Democracy Lidies and gentlemen when I goto a circus I always go into the big tent and not the side howlike Palmer and Buck ner In conclusion lie said On the third of November the American people are going to return a verdict that will read like this We find for the people and not for syndicates and monopolies we find for bimetallism and not the gold standard we find for William Jennings Uryan at 10 to 1 This produced loud aud prolonged applause At the close of his speech many crowded around to congratulate the speaker and casp his hand Mr Johnson went fromheie to Owent boro where he spoke Friday night This week lie is in Illinois where lie will speak twice a day until tho close ol the campaign He spoke a week in West Virginia and he says most em- Â¬ phatically that that state will cast her electoral vote fjr Dryau aud silver He has been in a number of states and ex presses himself as conii lent of the election of Bryan Alter Mr Johnson had closed the crowd called lustily for Dave Muriay who was present Mr Murray respond ed for a few minutes only but thrilled his hearers with his eloquence and earnestness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It will reverse the grinding process that lias bton going on for the last frtw yearj Instead of constaut and relentless contraction instead of constant appreciation of money and depreciation of pro- Â¬ pertywe will have expansion to the xtent of at least 2000000 per month and under its Influence the exchangablo values of commodi- Â¬ ties including labor will soon begin to rise thus inviting invest- Â¬ ments infusing life into the deep industrits of tho country and quickening tho pulsation of trade in all its departments Let us if we can do no better pass bill after bill embodying In each some one substantial provision for relief and send them to the Executive for his approval If he withhold his signature and we are unable to secure the necessary vote here or ehowhere to enact them into laws notwithstanding his veto let us as a last resort sus Â¬ pend the tules and put them into the general appropriation bills witii the distinct undetstanding that if the people can get no relief the government can Eet no money CARLISLE IN 1S90 Hov W M Smith Mayfikld Kv Dear Sir Your favor of the lllth irstant is just received Every Democrat in the Senate voted against the silvr bill as it was finally amended and repotted by the conference committee because we be- Â¬ lieved it was wotSH than tlio existing law If the Farmers Alliance of Gravts county believe that this Republican measure which substantially stops the coinage of the silver dollar after one year is bet- Â¬ ter than the Dluocratic law of 1878 they are of course entitled to their opinion but I do not agree with them AVhen the original House bill was under consideration in the Senate I voted to amend it so as to provide for the free and unlimit- Â¬ ed coinage of the silver dollar and that amendment was adopted The House however refused to agree to this amendment and then a conference committee was appointed which struck out free coinage entirely and this is the bill I voted against I send you by mail all three of the bills Yours truly JOHN G CARLISLE Â¬ In many eases the first work of Ayers Sarsaparilla is to expel the ellccts of the other medicines that have been tried in vain It would be saving of time and money if experimenters took Ayers Sar- Â¬ saparilla at first instead of at last trip to Owensboro Wed nesday 2S to One fare for the round Â¬ GLENDEANE Mr Howards earnestneFS The recitations of two Utopia girls Tom Owen is here from Owensboro Mr Bashams humor through his talk The Teachers objections to prizj giv iutr The beauty and gentleness of those school marms Clarence Harned was hero Saturday from Grayson county Mrs Jesse A Moorman Is visiting her Mr Dupgins of Millwood morning Oct hear Blackburn DUKES Â¬ the voters here on the Let every body come man is an entertaining er and to hear him on you good will address currency question out The gentle- Â¬ convincive speak Â¬ freo silver will do It seems that the railroads carried a good many Bryan voters to and from ce Residence To Go Up Farmers Uneasy About Cholera News to Voters A New Weather dry and cool Health moderately good Firat ice of the season Sunday morn- Â¬ ing There was singing at John Dukes Sat- Â¬ urday night The McKinley glee club met at John Johnsons Wednesday night The beautiful weather was broken by a constaut rain fulling all day Friday Miss Hettie Gilmore of Daviess coun- Â¬ ty is spending a few days with her mo Â¬ ther ut Dukes Mr Givens was in town Tuesday asso- Â¬ ciating with his many friends He will get a good vote here Farmers are making use of tho damp weather stripping their tobacco Thero inn been none sold in this community A good many of our Bryan boys went to Cloverport Thursday night to hear Blackburns speech on the money ques- Â¬ tion Mr Nate Starkes is preparing to build him a new nsidenee Ho will build on Main street about fouriquares aboye the post-oilh-- o Some of our fanners that havo their hogs fat desire to see a cold wave strike this portion of tlio country that they may butcher their meat They are un- Â¬ easy about tho hog cholera Such great inducements to the farmer to sell his corn at 18c per bueliel and vote for McKinley and gold with theso assurances before him hat he will sell his next crop of com ut 10 or 12c a bushel If every laboring man would lay aside that old political robe that is all stained with party prejudice tho shack els of bondage would be severed and happiness and prosperity would enter the homes of millions of our now poverty-striand unhappy people For one to ride aloug the highway that wends its way along on the top of a high ridge through this section of coun- Â¬ try and view tho extensive boundaries of brokon lauds would doubtless con- Â¬ ceive the idea that this wai a land of lit- Â¬ tle fertility and to some extent tiiat con- Â¬ ception of thought would be right and Justifiable but if the hiden wealth that is obscured from the travelers eye was brought to light there would be a great attraction hero for the treasure seeker cken mother at Irvington Miss Browns excellent paper on Opening Exercises The evidences of the healthful condi- Â¬ tion of our Public Schools An infant child of Mr and Mrs Jake Leshers died Sunday night Dr Dempster was called to McQuady Sunday to see Dr Burch who Is Bick Bro Rutledge preached an excellent sermon Sunday night In Utopia Hall Mr W W Camp Fordsville was the guet of Miss Mary Moorman Sunday Daisy Deane spent Saturday and Sun day with her littlo friend May Dempster Allen Deano and daughter Ada of Owensboro are visiting Mr W JDeane Mrs Iud Moorman and daughterMiss LARGEST LENS EVER MADE Anna visited Mrs WmK Owen Sunday Messrs Halls and Moores handsome faces and constancy in talking to the Has Jnst Been Completed for the girls New Observatory The hospitality of Glendeane people and the bounteous dinner given the Boston Mass Oct 22 The lens for visitors the great telescope of the New Observa- Â¬ Miss Nellie Moorman Bpent Sunday at tory at Lake Geneva Wis the finest Falls of Rough with her cousin Mies and largest telescopic lens in the world Mary Peyton has been completed after two and a half Miss Georgya Robertson returned Mon Â¬ years labor and now lies at the work Â¬ day from a visit of seveial weeks at shop of Prof Alvin Clark in Cambridge Leitchflold and Carrol Hon Ky awaiting the orders of the Chicago Uni- Â¬ Bro llutledge ably assisted will begin versity authorities a protracted meeting at Goshen church Its focal distance is sixty one feet and on the second Sunday of November the extreme diameter of the clear aper-Â¬ Mrs Powell will go some five or six ture is foity one and three eights inches miles out to a point called Yuba Dam Tho crown is about three Inches thick at next Sunday to conduct religious ser the middle and one aud one fourth inches vices thick at tlio outer edges and weighs 205 Mrs Eli Deane of this place and Mrs pounds Tho flint weighs 310 pounds Dellaven of Millwood are visiting at The lens and Its iron ring and cell weigh Irvington They will return to morrow about 1000 pounds Tuesday The cost of the glaia plates in Paris Mr and Mrs Bob Crider Fordsville was 40000 and the entire cost of the visited here Sunday Mrs Crider is lens is estimated to have been 100000 staying a few days with her motherMrs Forltsjjurney West it will be wrapped Bettlo Moorman in flanuel and bedded in curled hair in a The way the teachers lingered and box mounted on springs and packed pleasantly chatted after the Association with excelsior in a larger box It will dismissed proving that they found it ride in the center of a parlarcar and will pleasant to he here bo accompanied by four men Mr Obenchain an excellent gay wid Â¬ ower of Glendeane has a lieart of FloodBacklens Arnica Salve ed affection A certain attractive widow The Best Salve in the world for Cuts visiting from a Breckenridge town la the Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ cause ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ lion Win Minor was billed to speak blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions at this place Saturday afternoon hut and positively curea Piles or no pay re- Â¬ sgaln he failed to appear Mr Henry quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Matthews addressed the crowd Your rcrihe was not present and cannot report ratisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Fob Balk by A It farther On Saturday night Oct 31 the Rev Fisher Â¬ Louisville Saturday night The vote was taken ou the train coming back It stood for McKinley 301 and for Bryan 130 This is an excellent showing for Mr Bryan when we remember that none but McKinley itt a wero expected to go The members of the American Liter Â¬ ary Society rendered an excellent pro Â¬ gram at Utopia last Friday afternoon Their motto Ill Try was certainly acted succes fully The Ciceronians meet next Friday Visitors come and are welcome You are invited The Teachers Association bore last Saturday was a success Those teachers who failed to come were certainly losers The program was well rendered by care fully inquiring minds Lack of time prevents a detailed account of the pro Â¬ ceedings Some of the most noticeable items of the day are had been practiced upon Beeler by either Sir Beard or his wife and therefore noue of her property could bs subjected to the payment ol the debts of tho firm Those who became involved by reason of Stuart DeJernetls failuro ns sheriff week have the sympathy of a number of Mr Greenwell the ex Poorhouse keep-Â¬ friends They will no doubt havo to er has moved back on his farm in tlio give up a number of their hard earned couutry dollars At ono time it was thought Miss Isabel Daniel and her sister Mrs they wero clear out of the matter but a Mackey of Cedalia Mo are visiting Mrs new suit brought out a judgementagainst V Daniel them Hon George W Jolly of 0ens I will still continue to sell my present boro was tho Attorney for the plaintiffs stock at cost for the next ten days A It is supposed that the money recovered X Kincheloe will go to the bsneflt of the railroad tax Mr Sam Elder of Chenault was here district last week visiting his daughter Mrs Owen Cunningham Paducah Ky may well feel proud ol Mr David Moorman has been appointMessrs D some of her enterprises ed administrator of the estate of Mrs Wilson Son of Kimblo Ky write to Laura Moorman deceased tho E E Sutherland Medicine Company Mrs Robert McGuflin and her chil- Â¬ as follows We write this to certify to dren went to Buras last Sunday to visit tho wonderful nnd grand good results her father Meyer Meyer from your Dr Bells Mr Coleman Hasw ells little son which Is selling faster than any medicine Ernest who has been ill ior come weeks we ever sold People who never traded is still in a critical condition at our Btore have heard of it and come Mr George Cox and wife and Miss from adjoining couuties for it One case Mary Roberts of Uuion Star were hero in particular is that of Mrs Smith Wool last week visiting Mrs Richard Cox dridge of this place who was so afflicted Mrs W J Piggott aud her children with her throat for over two years that were here from Bewleyville last week she could not speak above a whisper visiting her mother Mrs G P Jolly After she used the first bottle of Dr Bells Joe Johnson made tho best free silver sho could talk as well argument here last Thursday that has as ever aud the case is such a wonderful been heard here during the campaign cure that her neighbors come in to see Circuit clerk It S Skilltnan has been for themselves and are astonished to confined to his home for the last week hear her talk All dealers sell it by illness Mr Bell has filled his place in the office The Government and Money The master Commissioner will sell the The Republican candidate for Presi- Â¬ Sam Davidson lands about the latter part dent of the Uoited States was mistaken of November The fate will toko place when he declared in one of his speeches on the premises that there is a deal of misunderstand Rev S K Breeding goes to Princeton ing as to how the Government gets its Ky this week to dedicate a new church money and how it pays it out It was thero Sunday He will not be present a work of supererogation for him to ex Â¬ at the quarterly meeting plain that the Government gets its The petition filed in the county court money by taxation that thero is no such asking for a vote on the Local option thing as a general distribution of money question was signed by two hundred and by the Government of the United States ninty names in this district and that if the Government wants any The first quarterly meeting for the gold and silver minted for its use it has year will be held at the M E church to pay for that gold and sliver as individ- Â¬ South next Saturday and Sunday Rev uals do These are the mere kindergar- Â¬ Overton the new elder will be present ten lessons in economics Mrs J A Witt has on exhibition at What the Republican candidate is her husbands store a nice line of ladies really trying to impress upon the peo- Â¬ hats She purchased them for the fall ple is the false claim that the Democrats and winter tiade here and is offering are teaching that tlio Government can them very cheap make all the money that is needed and A Mr J O Nolte has made a final set- Â¬ then he would ask how are the people tlement with the county court as assignee going to get it of S L Sulzer and been discharged of Now let The Enquirer give a kinder- Â¬ his trust He reports a settlement with garten lesson There is not enough all the creditors money for the purposes of exchange A judgement went against the securi- Â¬ The quantity of money of redemption is ties of ex sheriff J S DeJernette at cir- Â¬ so small that the brokers can corner it cuit court for about four thousand doll The Democrats propose that there shall ars They will probably take the case be more raonoy but do not expect the to the Court of Appeals GDvernmeutor anybody else to givo it Mr J D Beeler has made an assign Â¬ away Tho man who has gold bullion ment He has not yet filed a schedule can take it to the mint and bring it away of his assets and liabilities Mr Matthi Â¬ in the ehapu coins of the United States as Miller was chosen as assignee but he The gold has not changed ownership but the mau who owns it can invest it Iu has not as yet accepted the trust A X Kincheloe was at home sick in Â¬ business or start manufacturing establish Â¬ stead of being in Louisville buying goods ments that will give extensive employ Â¬ as reported last week He is now better ment to labor The proposition is that and will soon be able to go to the mar- Â¬ silver shall be utilized In tho same way kets Look for low prices when ho re The Government will go on as usul getting revenues by taxation aud it turns A X Kincheloe will be easier to pay taxes because busi- Â¬ This is the last week of the campaign ness aud industry will be stimulated by For some weeks the politicians here have the fact that there is enough money to been quite active on both sides As do business with thero are only a few days now in which The old question If we have more to speak the time must all be filled up money how are you going to get any of not a moment must be lost by either it has become attenuated- - We are side for fear that some advantage may going to get it answers the working be obtained This week the local orators man by having moro work to do are turned looso on both sides and they Tho idea that the Government can create wealth is a mere myth shouts this Republican candidate Well If it cannot do that it can give those who have wealth an opportunity to throw it Bottcr than either s n healthy into the channels of industry It can liver If tlio liver is O K the ceaso to act as a check to the national man is O K His blood is kept and proper growth of the volume of cur Â¬ rency Tho plan pursued by the Repub- Â¬ pure his digestion perfect nnd ho licans will easily put it in the power of a can enjoy lifo and act intelligently few men in New York to produce a mon and patiently upon tho questions ey famine In the ordinary course of a a scarcity of tho day You nil know what to of fairs it would soon producedistressing money that would ha tako You havo known it for yoars There is no addition fjr silver and the constant tendency is in the direction of It is Simmons Liver Regulator a decrease In gold coin The estimate of tho Treasury Department Is that about two thirds of the gold coined by the United States since thtt foundation of tho Government has dsppcared from circulation Cincinnati linquiior Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Is surprising to many that foot ball players aud other athletes regard a sprain or bruise of so little consequence Une reason of this is tiiey know how to treat sucli injuries so as to recoyer from th m in a few dajs while others would be laid up for two or threo weeks if not longer Writing from Central State Normal School Lock Haven Pa Mr W II Losch captain of the base ball club aud gymnasium cays I take pleasure in stating that members of our base ball club and myself have used Chamberlains Fain Balm with most excellent results I unhesitatingly recommend it as the best remedy for sprains swelling cull and bruises of any that I know Foi sale by A It Fisher druggist A Fair of Old Grannies Let no Democrat be deceived Into v ting for Palmer and Buckuer on the sur position that he thereby retains rank the Democratic party He had almol as well vote the Republican ticket ait pretend thnt he is still a Democrat Toe Indianapolis ticket was conceivij by Bore headed politicians who we turned down either at Chicagj or in t State conventions and as thero was considerable number of them it vf easy enough to get up the rump conce and put out a bogus ticket iu order tl they might have a elmtce to workofft accumulation of spleen that their die poiutment had engendered NeitU they nor their ticket have auy claims the Democratic party from which tl have bolted Tlio money planlcaJ tl platform is at ariance with the dei cratic utterances on the subject deelar as it does Btraightout for the gold sta ard aud very different from the mino report at Chicago which was preset and defended by Senator Hill and oth True the so called platform has pla in it ttat are very catching and whole thing is liable to deceive tl who do not consider the animus closely and are not aware that the objict is the defeat of the regular Dej cracy and the election ol the Republj ticket They have put up a pair of d respectable old grannies to be sure a sort of decoy aud hope to fool end suckers to encompass their purpose we entreat Democrats to stick Aa j party and not bo deceived into thro their votes away on men who wont ry a prtciuct in the United States for Bryati aud Sewall and thereby tho seal of condemnation on bolters the party they are trying to use yc assist Interior Journal 1 Why suffer with Coughs Colds LaGrippe when Laxative Biiomo Qui will cure you in one day Does nol duce the ringing in the head like phate of Quinine Put up in tablet venlent for taking Guaranteed toj Price 25 j or money refunded For sale by A R Fisher STRAYED Krnm mif fjrni f fcteer ye troll rat npir Sarrnl - nlmnt jTune WM I wblte with red neck ai li Are You SILVER OR GOLD Afraid 9 TO RJAD BOTH nn thr nrrpTinir SIDl The New York Journal is tn Metropolitan paper itrlorsinj H Â¬ Bryan and Se j and ii daily publishes artw leading financiers of the countrjt the on both sides of the question j - - For years you and your fathers havo found it of Btorling worth It is and always has been put up only by J II Zoilin Co Tako nono but tho genuino It lias the Red 7 on tho front of tho wrapper and nothing elso is tho saino and nothing bo good The Best for Children I believe Chamberlains Cough Rem edy is the best for children I ever used For croup it is unequaled It ia a splen Â¬ did seller with us T M Eckles Ph G Manager Wampum Pharmacy Wampum Pa When used as soon as the first symptoms appear that is as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will pre- Â¬ vent the attack The mothers of croupy children should bear this in miud and always keep the remedy at hand It is also the beet medicine in the world for colds and whooping cough For sale at 25 and 50 centa ber bottle by A K Fish er druggist Â¬ mmr vww lUifogresslvc liberal and espouses SfezBHWS rMi tw J the cause of the Every broad minded man ad it whether RepOU uemccrit I Hill DM7 aubacriptoa for One Monti r 1nnlmtln Two Months and a Ualf Send subscripttpn to ICeatov The New York Jc Circulation Drpartmcnt i -- rJ5K gUHIiVaffiJCCTW THR BHRGKEUStRlDGBX AwflrJcd NMS Highest Honors Worlds Fair LOCAL BREVITIES Mr Kllslia Collins is very III Jasollne at this cilice for Bale Jacob Ualdes is agtln at his poit Vote for William Jennings Bryan The Nkws will do you good to read Bird seed in bulk Polk Gregory Lemon and orange peel gory Polk Ore CREAM iy J HAH ONG MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Crcim of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any oilier adulterant A Pickle pigs feet Sulzjrs Those krnut and cabbage vests eo P childrens D ulce Sulzers Mrs J Babbjgc has returned from 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge i News 28 1800 WEDNESDAY OCTOIIKIt PERSONAL Flihnr went to Irrington Monday Com Hainman spent Sunday in Tell City A K Hum M Her Dr F M wot to Owensboro Mondnv Mon Â¬ Smith went to Owcruuoro day Oweu James Ulendcane week was in tho city lait Silaa Miller of Ilardineburg was in the city Saturday J J lllenn of Louisville was in tiiecltj Monday Ilev Donald Grant relumed from Lo Monday i t Magistrate Hardin Walker was lo the city Saturday F J Ferry has returned from his visit to Delaware W F Hook of llardinsburg city Sunday was In the was In the Jawoi Hennln city Sunday Qeo of Ilancsville Owensboro Baker came down from Loultville to spend Sunday Mr an4 Mrs U II Zlrckel hare returned from Virginia Dr J 0 Frymlro of 1reston was in the oty Saturday Itoy Ileyscr of Owensboro spent Sunday with his parents Wood Weatherholt of Tobinsport went to Monday Mr and Mrs John Blytbe were lo the city yesterday shopping Jack Young of Morganfield is In tho city the gutst of relatives Judge N McMerccr of Hardinsburg was In the city yesterday John Shcuse and Edward Whitehead went to Irvington Monday Willis Jolly and Geo Jolly of Hardinsburg were in the cl y Saturday Quite a number from hero took In the free ride tu Louisville daturduy Houton Jolly of Jo Iy Station was in the city Saturday and Sunday Mtrses Evelyn Hicks and Sarah Hamman went to Louisville D H Monday Murray spoke lo Cannelton Monday and Tell City J ueiday night Miss Jennie Watfisld Is in Hardinsburg the guest of relatives and friends Miss I ela W Henly has not Ices able to be at the post itOee tor a lo days Mrs Wm Mattlnglyof Hardinsburg is vis iting Mr and Mrs ibos Lowis John W Vest went to Loulnillu last week to hear tlitj Hon Hourke Cockren D II Murray hugeneKhgtbury and Thos Wroe went tu llanesvillo Vunday Miss Iluchuian a young weu an drummer out of Chicago III was in be ciiy Saturday Mils llertie Davidson of Alabama arrived Monday to be the guest of Miss Kvclyn Hicks Mrs Jas G Stephens ajd dnughter Miss Ilrook ot Alta Vista were In the city yes Urday C W Mootman Cbas May and W G Small went to Uawuvllle auU Cannelton Â¬ Louisville The Clover creek brldgo is In pretty bad shape 1lflgsof all siz a nt Suizerri sullable for dtcoratlons New shirt waist goods IVrsian per- Â¬ cales Sulzers Extra quality ol honey in glasses Polk aud Gregory John T Ditto of Cincinnati was in the city last week Try Delmonico Pancake Hour 5 cents a package Sulz rd Bring your pictures and let us frame them for you SiiIzts See the new and pretty Quern Anno handkerchief at Suzars Rev W lv Penrod has moved from Pino Bluu Ark to Paducah Ky Saturday Oct 11 is flag day we have all kinds of decorations Suzars The eye is the sentinel of llio will cap- Â¬ ture the sentinel and you carry tho will You must cast your vote for Bryan If you want to save this country from ruin Mrs Chns Chamberlain and sister Miss Annie Brandenburg went to Louis- Â¬ ville Sunday Dont mlsa seeing thosa Infant vests tho greatest thing out for childrens wear Suzsr8 One fare for tho rouud trip to Owens- Â¬ boro Wednesday morningOct I8 to hear Blackburn speak The post office at Itock Lick this couuty will be discontinued after the 31st of this month Hon Geo W Jolly of Owensboro will address tbe Republicans in Bab bageslfall to night Mr and Mrs Orville Gregory of Vic- Â¬ toria spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs L G Gregory Watch this prediction Kentucky will poll more Democratic votes this election than she has ever polled before Special prices on hats from 200 to 2 50 and dressmaking from 3 00 to 4 00 New Millinery above Suzirs Mrs Ohio Rtmsey and little daughter Ruth went to Logansport Intl Sunday to epend tho winter with relatives David R Murray made the bent spetch during this campaign ut Caniullon Mon day night Hewasgr eted with u Urge Â¬ crowd The Ladius Aid society will give an oybter and ice cream supper at the Presbyterian church Friday evoulnp Everybody come Squire Franklin Ditto who in sick at his daughters Mih D W Fairleigh Louisville in improving slowly but is still con lined to tils room F J Ferry returned Monday nijlit from a business trip to Delaware He says from information he could gataer that state would be very close Charles L GriT of Tar Fork Mrs Mary Harris Tobinsport Ind aud Will Monday at- Â¬ E I McClure and Owen Cunningham of S Goff Kirk were hero Monuay to Hardinsburg wero in the city Saturday on tend tho funeral of their brother and business father J T Golf Miss Vnnda Pauley of Holt vitlted her Rev S G Shelley will preach at Holt brothers John and Till Pauley In this city next Saturday evening nt 7 oclock und las i wees At rhe Sunday mornlug at 11 oclock Harry Moorman returned to Owensboro SunJay Sunday to returns his position with Phillips Kim Street Methodibt church Bros Jc Ci evening at 7 oclock Thomas Heard cauio down from Hardins Â¬ Fugene McAdatns of Hawcsvillecame burg yesterday to meet Mr Ilurrel Heard of Kddyville up last Friday evening to examine the work of the Nkws in getting out the Misses Margaret Dowtncr Mary Moorman and Addle Fells spedt Sunday lu Hawesville ballots for his county Ho pronounced with friends the work well executed Mrs Kelson Jolly was in tho city last Sat The condition of tbe Clover cieok urday to attend the funeral of ber nephew bridge is getting daugerous and should G ti Yeagor J from the propMrs Thos 11 Bates and son returned last have immediate attention er authorities if not attended to some week from a two weeks visit to Wbltesvllle and Owensboro serious accident is likely to occur at any Mrs Ulrleh Farber and diughter Mi t Ma Â¬ time ry hvo returned Iroin Victoria woe e she has Mr Smith njourg lawyer of Louisbeeo visiting ber sod Uooro O Wills appoint James Mattlogly who has beeo visiting ville filled Hon L his coutlo Miss Fioreace Lewis returned to ment here last Wednesday night in the his homo at Maxvllle lbuisday interest of the sound money cause He Tbe following went to Owensboro Monday was the guest of Dr and Mrs R L to bear Hon John G Carlisle i Messrs A 11 Skillmao Jas It Skillman Dr II L New soai F N Dlluy Kugene Volt Jas Flsber Court Duncan aud L J Held j Missed Mar Â¬ Newsom -- f gaiet ilowmer and Elisabeth Skillman Tbe gentlemen named below arrived Sunday evening on a special and wore registered at Ely the Heyser House to meet Carlisle Duckner J A Dean J D Atheiton V D Munljon J J Hill and son J II Foley J W Little J U Huron Geo W S Parrisb M T Wtllctt S I Monarch J T Taylor Lewis I Little Jas 1 Smith Hmll Zmse U II Taylor F T Ganther J W Slaugh Â¬ ter and W L Null W 11 Uowiasr or t no city Joined them here Oeize A very pretty Mien Willis t wedding was that ot Maud Willis to Mr Robert Loenard Odlze of Halts city Monday evening at four oclcck at tlio homo of the bride Rev ltutledge oUielattd Thu Immediate rolatlvcs of tho brido and groom were the ouly guests present After au elaborate remist tboy took the five oclock passenger for Louisville where they will be for several days Ou their return they will rfcejve their friends at the rrsldeuco of Mr and Mrs II A Oclze on Itiver street Thu bride Is prominent in socjtty and ii the handsome daughter of Mr aud Mrs It 0 Willis The groom is one cf Cloverports promising young business men and Is a member of the well known hardware firm of Payne Co KltM- WMW OA STOXII 9ftf Ilea wy Keith was at Clifton Mr John Mills last Saturday aud talked with quite a number of men and in a conversation with several Republicans found out that about twenty o that paity would tup port Bryan R N Hudson and wife returned Sun day from a visit to his old homo in Vir- Â¬ ginia He says the people over there have all gone crrty on Ufa ellvor ques tion and that the state will give Bryan 10000 majority Mr and Mrs Charles Mook of Louis- Â¬ ville were in tho city last week the guest of Mr and MrrCharles May MrMook is one of Cloverports successful boys and Is representing the well known firm of Carter Dry Goods Co ot that city The many friends of Mr 0 P Bush paymaster of the Trias will be pained to learn of the sad misfortune In losing his only sister a few days ago She was a bright beautiful girl just blooming in- Â¬ to womanhood aud the idol of her broth- Â¬ er Mr Bush has the sympathy of a host of friends In tils great rilllctlou Charles Prultt ot Amsterdam Ind who was assisting lu taking a raft of logs to Tell City was taken ery sick from the exposure and hard work Friday when they reacht d this point He was taken to the Cloverport Hotel where he had a hard congestive chill Dr F M S Tilth waa called and loutul that lie was in a dangerous condition He revived enough no that he wan able to go homo Saturday morning K Â¬ Â¬ Mr James Bnggerly a net nt silver BEWLEYVILLE convert from the Republican ranko of Indiana spoke lo a lare and enthusias Â¬ IVlViM I fie nt J K DturvV to day tic crowd in Babbages hall last night Misn Carrie Owen left Thursday for He undereUnds his sulj ct well aud Irvington to be the guest of Mian Bitilab knows how to tell it Bennett n few daB before returning Advertise your business on all possi home ble occasions but attend to it mid see MIh9 Mary Paul who hasbeon visiting that your claims and promises made to in Missouri a year or more returned the public are fullillled It does not pay to have a elnglo customer go away home Sunday Oct 17 accompanied by dissntlslkd Nor does it pay to take her couilu Richard Paul Too Womans Missionary Society met money for services for which you do not Wednesday p in The reward is to the render nn equivalent P T Bainuni who do not grow Tho Nkws comes to you regularly faithful nud those every week with forty two olums of weary G 13 Drury will pay you highest prices reading and advertising matter whch is all Irish nud bright and will Interest for nil of your produce aud sell you goods you If you are not n subscriber send at rock bottom prices us your subscription for one t ar six or The members of our Sunday School ml All the met Saturday night to practice singing in three months Youll news thats fit to print our new books Tho Living Songs Miss Lula Nunnelly who has been visThe following ladies and gentlemen attended the funeral of Mr Charles iting friends lu our community for sevDdtterding Sunday who was bulled in eral weeks will return homo Monday the Wheatly graveyard Missis Barney Oct 21 Miss Lula has a host of friends Bolder Mike Hamman J P Dilzn here bauch Ulrleh Farber Mr and Mit My terms are cash my prices for pro- Â¬ Henry Ray Mr and Mrs Charles Lisb duce are the highest and I can and do on and son Wallle and Mr and Mrs sell you all kind of goods at lower prices Thomas Bolder than any man or firm who makes practice of selling on n credit G E Drury The Meade County Rally Jim Morton is quite sick again It was a glorious day for Meade county Selling bogs is all tho go just now Democrats Never before In the history Wheat sowing is about ov r of the county was such n gathering seen We had a very heavy raiu Friday in the old town of Brandenburg By eight oclock in tho morning the Ege like money aru high when crowd began to pour In from every sec- scarce tion in tho couuty They came on horse Rupubllcan Club met Saturday night back in wagons in buggies and by train Several good Democrats attended the and by ten oclock there wilsnt stondlug big gathering at Brandenburg W dues room on the streets The procession formed on the hill day ntd report themselves well pleased V H Cain Sr is oil attending n and marched into town headed by a brass band following the band were six- Quarterly Meeting at Ridge Spring teen beautiful young ladies riding as Misses L Mia Drury and Blanche Jolly many white horses with one young lady atteuded church at Irvington Sunday on a yellow horse and then enme 500 aud were the guests of Mrs Robert Mc men on horseback representing silver Glothlan to dinner clubs from every precinct in tho county One lot of Great Western cotton at Besides these were men women nud Gc one lot of wool jeans pants lined children in buggies wagons and on from start to finish well made iu every f jot all gaily decorated with lUgs and way at i0c lluy a pair G E Drury bunting marching and shouting for Bry- Â¬ Pair Maltese pure bred kittens for sale an and free sliver Address Nell E care of P M Bewley Fully two thousand people were pres ville ent some estimating tho crowd ut 3000 Hon Ohas Stanford and wife linve re- Â¬ Itwni a grand rally of the people for turned from a pleasant visit to relatives the peoples candidate and the peoples cause It proved conclusively that old at Lewisport Ky My stock is now full aud complete in Meade will roll up a majority for Brjan and free silver greater than she has ever every line and the prices are the lowest given before in any presidental diction Give mo a call G E Drury Ail honor to the brave and patiiotlc It is acknowledged that Bryan will sons of that good old county carry this preciuct by a nice majority They are never fouud lagging or Golden ho slumping when their country calls Tint eagle the king of all birds is Democracy in old Meade means some Â¬ noted for its keen sight clear and distinct thing yision S i are tlioso persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eyo Salve for weak Statk ot Ohio City ok Toledo 1 S8 Lucas County j oes sties sores of any kind or granu Â¬ Frank J Cheney makes oath that lie lated lids Sold by all dealers Is the senior partner of the liimof Ciienky Co doieg bubinese in the City IRVINGTON of Toledo County and Stat aforesaid and that said llrm will pay the sum of It M lolly was In L ulsville Mon- Â¬ ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each day and every case of Cataiiiiii that cannot Miss Ree Washington wrs in the city be cured by the use of Halls Cataiiiiii Cuhk FRANK J Oil EXEY last week Mih Annie Henderson has returned Sworn to btfore me and suhsciibed in fr iu Louisville my presence tills 0th day of Dicenibr A D 18Sti Miss IVulah Bennett spent Wednes A W GLEASON day in Liulbville Mrs W D Cane N able to be out af Â¬ Notary Public I sttAI ter iibhxrt illness Halls Catanh Cute is taken internally Mis D W Henry spent last week in and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ Ekton i ml Brandenburg cous surfacts of the sjsttiii Send for Mrs O T Marshal has been danger testimonials free ously sick for the past week F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Little Mary Nevltt has been quite ill eTSold by all Druggists 75c but is much better at this writing Mrs Gardner of Union Star is with HEAR THE ELECTION NEWS lit r daughter Mrs G A Hendry Ms 1 Spradlin has gone to see her A Special Wire Will Run Into Ihe b othi r living near Constantine who is News Building Next Tuesday very ill Night aud Bring it to Us Mr Long Kentucky Treasurer will bo in town Wednesday the guest of It Returus from the election will be re Â¬ M Jolly ceived in Babbages hall ni xt Tuesday Tho Bay Viow met and organized Sat Â¬ night by special wire erected for the purI hey will meet again Everyiody can bo comfortably urday atternoon pose seated and listen at the correct news as two weeks lienco it falls from the wire A good reader f Mrs Harry Major anil children nave will read the dispatclus aloud eo that all returned home after a short visit to Mr aud Mrs Bate Washington may hear and an admission fee of twei Mrs ABColeman has returned homo ty five cents will be charged This is not a money making scheme after quite a phase nt visit to her son The object of tho admission fee in to make end daughter at Vine Grove Little Kittle McGlothlan was in Lou- Â¬ thu expense of getting tho returns fall she has equally and lightly upon all who are in isville a few days last week terested enough to want to know who is been quite sick but is much improved M he Carry Oven of Glendeane has elected President Tickets will be placed on sale noxt been visiting Miss Beulah Bennett and Satutday at the Nkws office and only a Mrs R M McGlothlan for several days limited number will be sold Miss Jennlo Hardin aud neice Jenn W O Allbn Jko D Baiiiiaqic Roberts of Brandenburg came down Saturday to visit friends and here broth- Â¬ Fast Bridge Building er Smith A ihg was hoisted Monday morning One ot tho quickest pieci s of bridge work ever done in this ctuntry was that on the house of one of our strongest Re Â¬ preformed by bridge foremen KejB and publicans to stay until after the election Herald of the Ttxaa road over Otter Ib ovi r but cf course it is not It M creek laBt week With seeu in en tach Jollys Mrs Kittle Sterett arrived from Dako they erected an iron bridge 74 ftet high aud 181 feet long in twenty two houis iu last Wednesday to visit her old home Not a train was delayed while the work and many relatives She has been gone was lu progress Mr J G Biashear a numbtr of yeais and all her family bridge superintendent of llio L 11 aud and old friends welcome her back with St L says it is the best and quickest delight work lie ever knew lli lutu Ll Uii itniil spite ot m Ah n luuttir of liit ul Its liaviug turritil luuiiati uul iu four ft ctcii seven leans ficni JctUKilciu to uu hour in thu tuim u limit nor inllca cau it uiulutalu this litOLVtr two hours Bliortonalubor lessens vain Its usual speed is Uvo miles un hour illmfnlxhi-- duueer to llto of u slow pace Leyoud wliioli it is dan In condi both mother und ihllU urnl levveu her recovery gerous to urgo ft Jest un Asiatics say tion more fmomulo to speedy ueforu conflnem nt btronncr nlior tlmn it might Lrcuk its heart unit die litcially Mjsupi omtuciit niUwl0 In tho bout remedy on the spot When n cumel in pressed boyoud this t OR RISING BREAST speed aud id spent it kucol down und Known not all tho wolves iu Asiu will uinko it lmiorMil and wortli llio price for that alone und recomincndi d by mldwlvu and budgo again Tho eamol remains where all Ittlton who hitp used It kneels it dies Uuuiuo ot MilMlltutca and Imitations it kneels nud where it A fire under its uoso is useless Times of India Makes Cliiid Birth Easy Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OLOYERPORT KY Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures 6 1 a Kl Its Our 1 Arrest Wraps That Make S3CK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases 3feS95 Kcry lady who called 15 tvery Woman Pretty r TUTTS Liver PILLS James T Goff and John Yeager Pro minent Citizens of Cloverport Cross the Eiver s TWO DEATHS Â¬ List week went aw a highly nleasctl they took a wrap with tlioin Since 0111 stock was lirst opened up thorc has been a steady diminish in the stock Why Mr James T GofT an old and highly respected landmark of this city who 1ms been confined to his room with paraly Â¬ sis for many years succombed to deotu lost Saturday night the 21th lust at 12 oclock Ho was seventy three years nine months and fourteen days old and naa born in Ohio county near Fordsvllle Ho Bpent most of his boyhood days at this place and boarded with Ids untie James Steele and attended school here He went away for a Hiiih and returned tu 1S3I with his family to accept a position with the Breckenrldgo Oil Com pany as Superintendent of a part of their works which was in operation in this city at that time In 1870 he professed faith in Christ and joined the Methodist Episcopal church South and lived a con- Â¬ sistent ife He received a paralytic stroke about ten years ago and last Thursday had a similar stroke which re Â¬ sulted in death He leaves a companion and three children and many relatives and friends to mourn his loss but their loss is his gain God in His infinite wisdom knew best and He doeth all things well Â¬ Â¬ That is the reason they arc selling so fast That is why they have been talked about so much Thats why every one wants to see our stock Come right along and see whether you buy or not You aic welcome at all times to come and examine them They Are The Latest Styles The Most Perfect in Pit And Economical in Price One Peep in Our Stock Will convince you that wo have a line that will not only please thu eye hut will not deplete the purse Come now before the weather gets bad Eia jfmWWr P S FLAGS to decorate with Torches lor street parades Horns to make lots of fuss with Gold ami Silver Caps for glee clubs everything to ratify with Remember Saturday October 31st is Flag Day Thu sudden death of John Yeager Friday evening about one oclock shocked tho community He had been ill but a short time and when the word came that he had dropped dead it waa a great blow to his relatives and friends He died of a hemorrage of the lungs and He was was buried in tho Cemetery thirty four years old and leaves a most excellent wife nud child tu mourn his Â¬ KsVVUl VVfeXVVTV J J M NEHAN CO GENERAL Itefcrcncrs Sill West COMMISSION 1 MERCHANTS IoriSMIIF For the Sale of Country Produce rirrman Rink Western llink Jlil krtlrrrl lclufnfllliiul lutli idelily Trust Company KV f v r loss Silver Men favor Bryan G old Men favor McKinley And livery Sensible Practical and Economical Man Favors 0 0 STEALEYS FIGURES FJ The Washington Correspondent of the Courier Journal Elects Sryan Washington Oct 2 O O Stealey who has charge of tho Courier Journals Uaahington bureau figures ns follows 50 pes lernan lawn the price was 8c now rnly 3 3 lot ot crash toucimK ut 3c on the coming election As firour Strong Suspcu Icr at uc pair States reasonably certain for Bryan ong hea y Mvitnless sock at 5c ptlr 11 Alabama lace lurtains ut 40c 511c for 75c north double price 8 Wool fillirg drbegu wollh 35c only lc Arktinsas Impoiied duck shirtings and suilit g sold at 15c close l California 1 1 The Bargain Providers aodoz ladies black and striped hore jrood quality at 5c Dont forget we h indlc all kinds of school suppli a nt lowit prites A ni e line lad ts button shoes with tip at 75c oSc and 1 24 Mutt be seen to be appreciated We curry the largest line of Mens and Ilos cloth Â¬ ing in this part cl the country We have some specials at 1A I MS and 14 9S Goods worth twice the money Rrny blankets at 65c 90c 1 14 White blankets 75c 90c flio We have just added a grocery department ani will tell every thing in this line at rock bottcm priits A good bl icking brush ioc Indigo calico 4c best quality Mens ball shoes Ihe dest we ever had at 93c Al 11 jo i and 75c shirt waists at 9SC - Â¬ Colorado 4 1 Florida Georgia Idaho Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri tl em out at 15c Damns nice patterns at loc Cood all liutn towels 10c Fast color red Extra heavy cotton worth 5c at 4c Wench cotton nice smooth goods worth 7c at jc A bi lino of ladies black dress goods newest IU weaves nnd lowest prices 13 All of our i 75c and 60c slippers and Oxford ties 8 at c 0 Just received u full line of ladies capes to move them quick at f 1 35 17 13 11 J 1 Â¬ Michigan Minnesota Montana Nebraska Nevada North Carolina North Dakota South Carolina South Dakota Teunessee Texas Utah Virginia Wasiiington Wyoming 0 3 8 3 11 If you tlont sec what you want ask for it We have it ami at the right Price We invite you to call and see us GEO YEAKEL CO KY MtANDENBURC 3 0 I 15 ia 4 3 Â¬ Total States reasonably ceitaln fur McKin ley Connecticut 0 3 Delaware Illinois at Indiana 15 Iowa fmww Wii - Mi If f lit k j- - Maine MiuachuMti New Ilampthlrj Newjrrtey New Voik Ohio Oiciim IthoJo I linn J Vermoiit WUconsIn rcnrlrinU Tolal JUte Doubtful MarlanJ Weit VI ginia lleasonituly iuia llrjan lleaionably sure lor McKiiicy Total vole electoral c Urge Ncceiury tu a choice 1 11b 1 Repairs SAWS of All Kinds Particular ntteution given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Specialty fr 1l iG Roclvport Saw Works IROOKPOE T ISsTID MOTHERS FRIEND TJ etc Good opportunity for ailrgols 1I11 nptr UAUIANU HriHMNO CO Salesman to gieasis Kvery Saw warranted Every Saw teated hy tteain before It leaves the shop jj Workmanship tho very bekt Prices lower tliau any bliop iu America We want Saws that other shops havo in 447 failed on to prove our skill as Saw repairers Mark your name on Saws and Eend 114 a letter ol advice as to repairs wanted AthlrcHs se I complclo line of THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockport Ind yarn shes sptciuliies Cleveland O 1 BLUE SPRING HERD JACOB NICOLA Peddler from Louisville has been selling goods In this county for three years He hns always given satisfaction both In the quality of his He buys his goods direct from New York for goods and the prices He Is honest fair and He can sell them as cheap as anybody cash He Is not a FAKE peddler but square and in all his dealings upright honest When he visits your home look nt his goods get his prices and If you want any thing buy it from him He will be to sec you this week He sells Â¬ ROYAL Baking Powder JIlghMt ot all la Jtventng Sent lJirss or mull on receipt of price MOTHERa1 HHI nir Utile llixilc tO ustlinoulau ircccontalnlni oluntury mulled URiBFIELP ATLANTA HKOTUTOK CO SOLD BT ALU DRBUOWTa OA Improved Ch tr Whle und Superior stork Gilts b e4 to Poland i hlna Swine pigs either I Iar owlnId Novembtrto anylllk C Cy lone llosr 14 I legisterv ellmb months Wyaudnttrs II 1 Kocks U Ilramss Also S KinNltn m My urns SCH Ienhorrsand cuefully breOe and can rlsiw aie from priie stock fancier of good stock cur patrtnage klndy aor IOU SAM tHKAl ta Dry Goods Notions and Jewelry I I trBgtkV sol kited S OavanuaMit Resort unriiu AlAUKS B fe Cllftrn UiUi Ky And gives a guarantee witn every article 1 wait lor nun i j JLz 8 Highest Of all THE ii iw lri BRRCmmitG fstWS otxtvmtiPont iV iinhri i iniiiiUfiw i ifiiiifia iim am iiiiBiini sf 111 falirfriSiMMrf Hsws1ss l I mjmim i j Nc--v-rr--- ---- WTT Lq Royi Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBEIt 28 1600 in Leavening Tower Latest US Govt Report S D WOL CREEK Abbouwkbw Freo Silver Exhortation lree Silvers what were nfter lree SUicr ll our aim Ami If wc foil lo Relit You veters ii tc to bUme Your fete can male our Bitten Tlie tetter or the worse Now fallow your eduealion j ml do not brine a curse Tlie moneys our great factor Youll nil agree to thl Til the greatest benefottor That ever ill J exist Tlie people cry Do help its P Wed I lie to heel the call c cathlets Hut we arc all Twill be our nations fall Now ou voters heed our warning Or youll be without a coal If in the election lor lrce Silser ou dont ote If but culd we have our ttamlinl I he nations debt in this redeem H the gold the tankers qnanJertd Tlien jouH know what this dcei main Where will bcour nations crwlit If the llcpubs pass their scheme r Into debt therell be no limit The lurtign 1owcr will sweep us ci an Wlien we reach our next election And ourote youe gone to east Just stop for meditation llelure our vote is passed I Iwn think of our poor family Wlioon joull sodipend lis im the cash that mainly heir silent hopes descend Ilien think of our great nation Whom thousands died to save llease heed our mild persuasion lire youte sent it to Its grate When povertys InsiJe the window re lotes outside thu door If you dont see grasswidov Youll wte fur Mher galore 1 I hen well have the cash a penty Itut the mlllijnairc will stpjirtH Well hae the nsli no phantasy WuH uy no interest to his firm us all uoite and rally For SiUer true sixteen to one ris then we w 111 all be ha py In the many days to come Mm UK IlKlM LtV Baking mzsa Powder pure Mrs Baroatos Diamonds Ihi adilihia TinKs Oct 1 London seems to be Much in Little Is loiaiIy true f tlnmls tlls for itoincdl clm ever rnntiuiiPil so gnat curative owrr 111 so stnill imro Tlicy aro a wlmlo tncillclno BORES IN PRLlAtoENT Rlcliardsons Visitors S J Elders Sale not a Success Teachers Astoclatlons k tlir itrtrltrl IMdoverlr mlastwe Airs It We know whereof we nllirin when we state that Ayera Tills taken promptly The Grandest Remedy nt the firbt symptoms of colds and fevers nrrest further progrets of these disorders Mr It 15 Greevf merchant of Cliil and speedily restore tlie stomach liver howie Va certifies that lit had con- Â¬ and howela to their normal and regular sumption was given up to die t ought action all medical treatment that money could procure triwl all cough remedies he A CharminglWomans Advice could bear of but got no relief spurt A charming Kurdish hostess who was many nights sitting up in a chair wat noted in London for her tact in enter induced to try Kings New Discovtabling large companies and setting ery and was cured by use of two bottles everybody in her drawing room at ease For past three yesrs bus been attendinc was asked by a blushing young girl to to bubbles3 and Buys Dr Kings Now explain bur social success DiscoNiry is tlie grandest remedy ever You know I suppose said the inmade as it has done so much for him quisitive young maiden that I have and also for others in bis ommumty barely come out in society I am very Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed awkward uud shy when people speak to for Coughs Colds and Consumption It me It ssenis to in 3 impostblu that I dont fail Trial bottle freo at A It Fishshould ever have thu wit self possession ers Drugstore and courage to get on Tell ma 1 pray TEACHERS ASSOCIATION how it is done How have you made yourself the most popular hostess in London The Teachers Association of the 1st My dear child said the accomplish Magisterial District Will Be Held ed mentor you are 11 tttering me anil at Hardisnburt Public School that is not honest There are many Building Oct 31 1896 other hostesses in London equally popular You have begun by telling me 11 C Mutlisw something that is not tine That is Wclc me Addie s CUis A Ailkisson a mistake You must bo sincere or Kespantc How I toaih Iortst 11 lynts people will not trust you Society has a Ienmanship reading lrof Harmon bad name but it lias more virtue than How manage classes in Hays third 1art it is given credit for It insists upon AritbMdi Jas V Miller uvery one beiug truthful and genuine Imporuaucc old finri ons and hiwteichthun M 11 Avm You must not try to bu any one else How uadiCltilCiatuiuuwM iavurltutgrudes You must be content to be yourself and MIIuhCoW- not attempt to imitate anybody else lHbitinf and literary wot kin ISHjIIc Schoolr liiw conduct it and duty ef leachrr Your charms and graces must be your lrcf Kenlik own and not borrowed from your neighMiss Maud MHlh How conduct Ursiaag woik London full of Australian millionaires and their wives They drip tho glitter of thoir diamonds out of Bingo boxes tlwy spread the wide glory of their white thitla at hotel tables and an appreciable put of the neighborhood of Park lane teems to he given over to tho gorgeous mansions being eroded by the might of Antipodean son Mr Diiigit of Jacksonville III visit- Â¬ gold 1 went to the lirst night of Cyin bellne lait Tuesday and one of the big ed thoOAltg pace a few days last boxes on tho prompt side of thu stage week wns groaning with its weight of represent- Â¬ Mrs iillilandn id Mh s Hutch of Jim ative plutocrats Mrs llarnuy ltaruato mult visite Mrs t T Ovings latt in old rose satin trimmed wili velvet of week a deeper tone wore vi the lift 6ide of Mr Multiiglj of Woodland is expect Â¬ her corsage an enormous diamond sun ed here to day to see h r daughter Airs that spread its lays font circumference S CUings of nbout twelve inches upon its velvet Misses Hlanehc ami IJsa Allen of On the right side f her foundation Paradise Hottom are visiting Alls Jenbodice was an enormous crescent moon of no less radiance or sVs than its com- nie riannery Ali s usiu Klder and brother visited panion sun while spanning thu jpaco be tween these In avenly bodies was n con- Â¬ their grand ftlli r at Uhenaut last Sat stellation of stars of various magnitudes urJay and Handay Alessrs Huttioaul lliggins of Louisthat rendered the whole effect quite ville were here lat wtik- - the guests of marvellous But Mrs Iiunatoa decorations did not S I Itchardsori end with her corsage by any manner of Airs Aice Drown and little daughter means In her crisp black hair parted Mllie of Kkron visited X 11 robins smoothly in the middle she wore two family week before last loinr narrow curving combs of diamonds Miss Mary al tended ipitrlcrly of largo anil brilliam y while meelin on LVtlar Klitt last Wednesday ncr nrms were adorned with various and Tliursdiy ainl w is thu giift of Mrs bracelets bangles and bibelots of moio Itichard S tilth or less magniliceiice Tho wife of the WillKbs of Iouieville is with his famous financier ia a plump dark wo mau with n round face and a clear dark aliit Airs Uchntil Smith fur a visit complexion and very black hair She Will ii a good j illy fellow and makes fi lends wb ri v r ho goes does not dress particularly well and Airs Kobe Hint of llg i lift v Mrs as one ol those tinc mlortaule figures Uhitain of iretiiville and Airs Kidge that begin like n shelf under the chin sitting next to 5Ir Uaruato was the way of liidlin Teiritory havo biei great man himself very bulgy ai to shirt with Air Trent for some time Hon Murray spoke here last front and rather pulfy as to face His Thurday night to a cm v ted bous and you right hand neighbor was a lady iu pale yellow also glittering witi gems galore may guess lie made tho IJryan anil free while in the background hovt red several silver itec fairly tingetl with joy Tlie f timers have finished sowing gentlemen of city fame incu ling tlie rtheat and I ave nothing to do now only 1 ingall Karl of one of ihe bst kno vn t f to meet in tint sorts and on the strett the financial ices corners and ta k Bryan and free silver 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ballle Ortingi who has been tpilte sick is improved MIs Annie Kilry came home Satur Â¬ day to vlst her parent John Trent who has been qlitu nick for Monietlni is slightly Improving S J Klilere sale was largely attended but it seems the sale proved a failure A letter from Kitty lues says she is well and pca o wth her winters wor Air Chanee of Juiisvllle is theguest of our leading mereliant S 1 Iticbard sii 0irg ltid he Tvaihi ia Asociatiou niK in the Baptist thurch bjre a largo crow tl and several from a tlistaiKo attt ml l I am told it was a profitable and pleasant af- Â¬ fair 1 lr Â¬ Â¬ bad chronic d arrheafor ten years Ij W Kichluti a justice of the p ace at South liaston Id No remedy airord d me r al relief until I was in duceil by Chap T Kihau the druggist to try Chambi Wains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Kemedy It cured me and for a year I havs had no return of the trouble It has also cured many others iinotg thorn old soldiers who lad con tracted the di ifase in the army and given up all liopH tif recovery Korsaloby A K Fsher druggist I sxjs Â¬ Killed by a Ram M son fiawfe eTgit-year-old Â¬ Oi last Wednesday the little sjn of Mrs Olevia Nugent of Â¬ Â¬ bors That wis a good point and was followed by another equally important You must form my dear tho habit of making yotiHulf agreeable to the people you meet You must forget jour self and try to find out what they lire interested in and then lend them your sympathy That is not an easy thing to do but is an accomplishment of high est social value It is the secret of the art of making yourself agreeable to your fellow beings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H C Jolly CI S Wilson Advanced Irani Mar IailKipUisanJ Infinities lof Harmnn Is W Iale How Bianage rebellious pwids iUon Mits Itebecci Kssly Kduculi nal psychnlogy aid its relation to the public school lrof Hoberu How conduct and work in pritnary grades Geo Gray Written and oral spulmg Ilobt Weatherlo d Asiuclalion Teat hers difficulties Supt Driskell Miscellaneous remarks Irimary Irantmsr iy near Salle was killed by a largo ram He had been homo for dinner and f tart ed ha k to school when crosiing a field bo was atla ked At night he was found near the fence with a club laying by his He hal side videnlly been laying tbro helpltFB all afternoon and when found was dying Blood was found up on the rams head and it appeared that the little fellow hail ought bis way mau fully to the folic t with h club hut was at hut beaten down He was the worn a s only oi Mrs Nugent was the wife of Win Xti anit who was found dead in his fi dd some three years ago They also had a son burned to death about 111 years jgr making a remarkable record of accidental fataity iu tho fami- Dr cures Dont wait until you are Interested yourself lu the man or woman with whom you are talking Find out what it ia that lie or she really cares about Leave yourself out of account ami draw out your acquaintances on their oui ground and before you know it people will be saying that you have tact and are a charming woman The girl remembered how easily her companion had won her confidence and had induced her to confess that she felt uwk ward and strange iu company and was not sure whether alio liked society or not Hut she had not yet received wholo lesson Yes said her mentor you must ho Hlucero and agreeable but you must nover cease to be dignified You will hear peoplo talking about distinction of manner That la simply another way of expressing tho same thought One must have certain reserve of force a dignity of manner which implies resources of Your friends will like you character all the bettei my dear if they find true womanliness behind the agreeable man ners and the ready tact They will not admire you if they fail to respect you U lltW nwi nuilbg UUt Ullljf lur JUI1 ilon but for all latitudes Youthn Com Â¬ All persons interested in education and especially the patrons of the liar diusburg Public School are respectfully invited to attend All teachers are urged to be present M K Avitt Vice Pros atl oclock chills permanently A sure appetir A perfect blood purifi r A complete strengthener Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic will give color to the face and change that Fallow complexion to a healthful rosy line It corrects disorders of the sloinacii and aids digestion Ovcrcomos nervous depression and low spirits It will nstorn exhausted and nursing mothers to full strength and energy and nnikia children fat as pigs Guaranteed Â¬ A Sufferer Ourec Hvrry season from tho time I was two iMis old I siilTficil dread fully livnn iThiitai which Kept grtwin wui until my hands went almost iisthHS Tin bonii softened ho thill they would bend niiil nuvrril of in lingers an now cnxikpil from this ciiusi On my ham I curry largo hears which hut for tho AYERS Sirsiparilla rfjgraTHte 12SStP would be soics prnwded I hum k paulon to carry an thing Kight bottles of Aycrs Siirsaparillit uiirfd ino ho that I hno bud no return of tho disease for moro than twiuity jears The lirst bottle seemed to reach tho spot and a persistent tifce of It liua pcificted tho cure- - 0 V Dwifl Wiiutoinu Wis aliu mid ublo fc i Perional Free Cl pago medical reference look to any person afflicted with any special chronic or delicate dlseaso peculiar to Address tho leading phy their sex titcians and surgeons of the United States Co 70 Dearborn street Dr Hathaway Chicago mti YERS Sarsapariila THE ONLY WORLDS FAIB Qood deal to say ulout repudiation and yet tiny are tluio eluH CHrrying on tho mokt ii mitrkuhle uaiiipaigu of repudiation im in did Under tho inspiration of Ilanim the Ki pnblicaus have repudiated tiitir phiHorru f 18112 the gold trust editors bine lepudiatcil thoir records and tho gold D iiioeratH so called havo npudiiilid tluir principles Tako tho cine of McKinlej the cautlidutu select ed by Haium to carry out tho pro gramme cf tho money power Hardly a day has paused idix o iiin nomiuatioii that lie Im not g hi fully ropudinted his own rucoril on the silver mention At Â¬ lanta Constitution WillliiKlou mi llu I Wml at Muiiy Next nioruiiig Wellington was ton verniiiR with Oeneral JJowies whon a Etall officer drow up his horse flicked with founi and wliisparnl tho uown of Ligny Without a cliaugo of rouute iinnce the commander said to bis com panion Old Uluchir bus had a good licking and gone back to Wuwo 18 miles As he 1ms gouo bank wo must go too I suppose iu Knglaud thoy will bay wo linvo Lien licked I cant liolpit as theyhao gouo back wo must go too William M Hloano iu Century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vii Aro rio Hi pucluliirsthe irjuia tf IXinim bavn a good Ail luuorcuU She kissed Ho Am I tho first jjirl you ever surprised itirs--j30iucrv- AYERS FILLS Promote Dlgeitlon Why thrco illo nol I have Journal an expansive oratorical manner recent 3 ly nslonlidifd tho commons with an outburst of unconscious humor Ho was speaking of tlio ruin and exhaustion clrst nUvnys ready nl wrought by mlsgovonimcut in Ireland ways elTlclctit ntunys satmid woiked himself up into ii lino fren- Â¬ 5 isfactory prevent n cold zy of excited declamation or fever cure nil liver Ills ho ex Tho population of Iiclond sick headache jaundice constipation etc 25c Tho only Illls to take with Hoods Sarsapariila claimed witli Infilling eyes and out- Â¬ stretched arms has been decimated to tho extent of two thirds Tho mathematical absurdity of tho exclto THE SARATOGA HOP statement did not fall towas lossaiuuso ment although tho bull obvi ous than n similar ono attributed to on VILLIAM D HOWELLS DESCRIBES THE Irish member Major OGormnu OLOVERPORT KY GAY FUNCTION The population of Ireland said tho contentious major in tho commons is DANIEL UKUUKb 0000000 less than it woald bo if it J 0 BOURNE J M HARPKK It Wns 1lensnnt Knotisli Tor tlio Vonnrf wcro an uninhabited inland Dancer but tlie Clirtpcrnu Withered Tirat was n joko which provoked unAway Among Molilcrliir nititlicrs Emo Â¬ restrained merriment among the bench Â¬ CO BROOKS tions nf tho Viiiing ninl tlio Nut Vounp es Tlio Irih members are pardoned Mr W D IIowolls novelette An luany blunders however becatiso thoy are witli few exceptions humorous Open Kycd Conspiracy in Tlio Century contains tho following description speakers who enliven tho tedium of of that important social function n debato witli merry quips and jests Tho bores who nro constantly speaking with Saratoga hop Sho and the evening wcro equally fit Â¬ unvarying dullness nud dilfuscness nro CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP not Fpared when hey mako slips of tho ted for tho event to which they eecnied equally dedicated Tlio dancing wns to tongue A member who in tho courpo of a bo out of doors on a vnEt planking or platform set tip in tho heart of that long uninteresting speech was careless BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl P KY enough to ray Tlio timo has como and bosky court which tho hotel incloses is rapidly nrriving was greeted with n Around this platform drooprd tho slim howl ridicule nnd t til I Saratoga tires and over it hung wildbenches of Ho was dazeddelight from by tho upthe Saratogan sky of a nocturnal blue tho very rnro in our latitude with tho stars roar not understanding what tho hon Â¬ Tills Is tho lcst market and onrs Is tho 1st homo to ship to Wo mako liberal ad faint in its depth mid by and by a orable monitors were laughing nt but varices on consignments Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having bis unconsciousness and stupidity only jnany largo factories to supply Wo get yon tho top price nnd pay spot cash uot in wiii to moon that permitted itself a trade No traveling agents Bhlp all your wool and ferm produce direct to modest competition with the electric served to prolong and deepen tho merlights effulgent everywhere Tlicro was riment It wus the English parliamen 110 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court tary method of punishing a bore LOUISVILLE KY a prent crowd of pioplo in tho portico Good jokes nro raro iu tho house of vcRtihulc nut I ho inner piazzas and the A neat epigram excites a on tho lawn mound tlie i hit form wheio commons the tioildeu wtcd sent up tho sweet ripple of mirth n Hashing sarcasm stirs RATEO The most tontrllu tocoied rcent of bruised i s in the tool night a movement of pleasurable surprise PUl DAY Hotel In tlwcliu ttir My fnoliIi old hi ail ounded witli but tlio loudest laughter follows some stupid uud inauo comnionplaco from a n pnlso of youth at tlie thought of nil tho gay uud tender HiLililUn of eucIi speaker to whom tho liouso is compelled to listen too often a sec nc I would havo proceeded to remark I3ut tho yomu p ople under my caio if I had not Tcnied in no haste to miiglu in it We said a pompous debater already anticipated und repeated myoldsters aro always fancying youlh im patient but there is no timo of life self Tlio sentence could not be finished which havo much patience It behaves Thero was a loud roar of laughter as if it bad eternity hcfoio it an eternity of youth instead of a few days which was prolonged and repeated when mill years and thru tlie frosty pow Wo tho speaker attempted to go on with J J0HNS0H -i who aro young no longer think wo his speech MANAOCR nantsasaesDossjisaisivananvnBSBaHMMa Itwas cruel treatment but possibly would do so and fo if we weio joung as women think they would do to and it was wholcsomo discipline for n garrulous speaker who bud exhausted tho pa mi if thoywtic moil but if wo were BALFOUR ON FINANCE leally young again we should not do at ticneu of his audienco on many occasions all what wo think Parliament is tlio hardest of nil lie Say tlio Gold Mumtard Will Irnduco Wo Fhould not hurry to cxperionco Worldwide Misfortune schools in which to servo nn apprenour emotions wo fhould not press for Tho policy of bimetallism 1ms re- Â¬ ticeship in public speaking Mr Parncll ward to diccbirgc our duties or lepair ceived tho indorsement of tho wisest our mistakes wo should not seize tlio learned to speak when tho members statesmanship both of this country nud wcio bent upon interrupting him unci Europe Snch leaders of thought us Bisoccasion to mako a friend or reconcile an enemy wo Fhould let weeks and howling him down but few public men marck nud Balfour whoso opinions on months go by in tho utilization of a havo tho pertinacity and grit that hi the great financial questions of tho day displayed Ho was nover however n passion and titut all sorts of contingen His maimer iu bis early days in hnvo not been warped by subserviency cies and accidents to help us out with bore to tho money power nro nrdontly in its confession Tho thoughts of youth parliament was emtio and halting but favor of tho prlnciplo for which tho ho always had something to say al aro very long nntl its oiicluions aro May Co though bo did not at first know how to Democratic party js contcudiug in this delibcralo and delayed mid tit ten with campaign say it Youths Companion held altogether It is age which is tremCANNELTON IND Right Hon Arthur J Balfour tho ulously eager iu theso matteis and cangreat English statesman whoso name Circumstantial Evidence not wait Willi tlio fine patience of im Â¬ A gentleman in it country town says carries with it a familiar sound throughture in her growing moods or tlio Now York Ledger recently becamo out all Christendom has recently ad As soon oven as I was in the hotel I conscious of most suspicious glances dressed n letter to Hon Austin P Low was impatient to pros through fo tho ry n well known citizen of this coun- Â¬ phico where tho dancing was and cast upon him by his neighbors und acquaintances Then he becamo aware try in which ho takes n pronounced whero I already benid the band play Capital Stock 25 000 stand ou tho money question ing I knew very well that when wo that his footsteps wcro dogged nm acquainted with A constablo wns occasionally seen tho Ispecialnoccisarlly hut ill which you suffer Surplus 87 600 got tlicro I should havo to sit down dltlicultlcs under around his house ami subsequently a in tho western districts ot tho United States Foincwhcro on tho edgo of tho platform B F BEARD President in his letwith tho other frumps and fogies and stranger who afteiward turned out to observes the Kront English statesmanto suggest WILL MILLER Vlce Frtildent ter nor should I venture oven begin taking cold in my dres s coat and bo a detective appeared Toiturcd and what courso ought to bo followed by thoso M II BEARD Cashier troubled tho gentleman nt lust asked a who llko yourself tako strong vlowsupon tho wnnt to dozo off without being ublo to J friend tlio meaning of it all currency question I entertain however no QW BEARD -- Dlrown whilo my young peoplo wero waltzing MORRIS ESKRIDllE I They doubt whatever that for tho United States to RM JOLLY Dont you know said ho together or clso promenading up uud adopt n gold standard and to drive silver from suspect you of murder down ignoring mo or recognizing mo by circulation except in the form of a subsidiary INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Of murder said tho horrified man and token coinage would bo not only n natlie offer of a fan uud tho question do you mean What tional but n worldwido misfortune whether I was not simply melting I You received a postal card last Just what tho great English lender havo Feen how the poor chaperon fates DISEASES Of THE SKIN dreads is exactly what tho advocates of nt such times But they secure of their week The intense itching jnd Emnrtirg inci- Â¬ Very likely I rccoived a dozen tho single- gold standard aro seeking to fun wero by no means desirous to havo But on this ono wero written theso bring about in this country To avert dent to eczema tetter saltMlicurn and other They it over or even to havo it begin diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by dawdled through tlio thiongid hotel words Do suro and save tho sou but such a disaster is tho patriotic aim of applying Chamberlains Eyo ami Shin kill tho father and tho postmaster tho Democratic party in tho pending Ointment Many office whero other irresponsible pairs very bad eaVcs havo been campaign wero coming and going under tho ad read permanently cured br it It is equally But at this ii smile ending iu a efficient for itching piles and a miring oyos of tho liotrl loungers mid laugh broko iu upon the dialogue Tho Tlio gold standard peoplo seem to edyt for sore nipples chaiiicd favoriterem Â¬ hands chilthey wandered up and down the wasto postal card had como from n theatrical think that money Is trade Tho fact blains frost bite and rlirnniq soro eyes parlors and sat on just to manager for whom thu gentleman had Is tliut money Is only tho life of trade For bale by druggists at 20 cents per box try them apparently and Miss Qago verified in tlie mirrors the beauty which written a play which tho manager Little money little life money plen Â¬ Try Dr Cailjs Condition Towdcrs they ty pleasant life wns reflected iu all eyes They amused wanted amended in certain particulars are juat what a horse ncwls when in bad condi- Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge thcmsolvcs with tho oitent of lie licbly McrliUV Itulian 1rlsoners carpeted nnd upholstered desolation Young men or young women aspiring Whilo most of Menolcks Italian pris around tlicm whoro only n few lonely oners aro being to any vocation in life should always re- Â¬ and aging women lurked about on sofas of them havo a harshly treated uinuy member that the bottom rounds of the comparatively cusy and ottomans uud they fell to playing timo Tlio wealthy Abyssinian women ladder of time are filled to overflowing witli thoir compassion for tlio plebeian insisted that their husbands should tako but theres always room at tbe top spectators at tho long veranda windows into their bouses those prisoners who Thats where Dr Bells trying to penetrate witli their forbidden weio able to under sei vices that grati stands Sold by the leading druggists ojes to tho hop going on in tho court fied their personal vauity so that hair contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ far beyond tlto intermediary desert of cutters pirfunio makers tailors and tho parlors gen in the proportion of one is tho iipprrcliitluii of golds buy Â¬ It bhctiuuktrs are very well treated Queen When they signified nt hint Hint they ing power whli h 1j causing this con- Â¬ to Ave wcro ready for mo to lend them on to Taitou heisclf set an cxauipio iu this gestion of litiblucM nnd falling prices respc ct unit thoso of tho officers and tho dance I would bo much rather havo Money Is liLitrOril It Is grow Â¬ gouo to bed that thero lire no words for soldiers capable of using a pencil skillfully tho comparison Then when wo got to best live in her resideuco uudor tho ing In buying poutr When money conditions boiug employed in falls In buying puwer property goes tlio place which I should never havo painting tho wulls of her now pnlnco up Then money 0011164 out from Its been able to reach in tho world if it hud A photographer is making considerable not becii for tho young energy and in- sums hiding pin its id the wheels of the by taking portraits of of spiration of Kendiicks and tlicy bad tho ludlesmoney factories 111 e rtt lu motion of tho court Loudon Letter put mo iu a certain seat with Miss dagos wraps beside mo where they Doom of the Derby lun for tlie Farmers contains Oxygen und Nitro- Â¬ could find mo they went off uud danced And Etill tho orator who has read up Tho derby hat is a thing of tho past gen the former greatly in for hours nud hours For hours and Timo was when no solf respecting raco on fimiuco for 16 minutes goai forth to excess ozone and is very hours For ages and ages whilo I with goer thought of presenting himself upon cducato tho farmers who have been ered away amid moldering mothers and tlio Epsom downs without a whito soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ hut reading up for 16 years Detroit News saw my charges through tho dreadful and u green veil But this stato of Tribune ates it it is raken into the half dreams of such a stato whirling in tilings exists no longer Ilats wero con Â¬ lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ tho waltz hopping in tho polkn sliding spicuous enough at Kpsom nt tho last in tlio galop uud then endlessly walkDerby but tho whito hat was conspicu- Â¬ ed by the blood which it ing up uud down between tho dances ous mainly by its abscuco while veils and eating and drinking tho chill re wcro few uud fur between purifies and so goes directly J mw Boston freshments that it mado my teeth chat Idbt to the seat of all diseases Great RESTORER tor to think of Restores perfect Send for our 200 page When dogs refoso thoir food tho I suppose thoy decently camo to mo ueaiui voranu tninliooolTirjcl re-Â¬ from time to time though they fcenied chances aro for a rain It often happens Treatise Sent free moves all ohstn to bo always dancing for I could after that a storm is forotold by dogs seeking cles to marriage fA a ii ward remember Miss Gugo taking a long leaved grass and chowing and restores tho wrap from mo now and thou and quick- Â¬ swallowing tho blades nervous entire system and stops all 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa ly coming baok to shed it upon my lap j vital losses Re Tho insurauco of buildings against ngaiu I got so chilled that if thoy had moves effects of the San Francisco Cal not been unmistakably womens wraps firo losri was practiced iu Homo iu tho Toronto Can sins ot youth and exI should havo bundled them all about time of Augustus cesses of later years my boulders which I could almost Romovos all effects Enough of dissipation and rehoar ciouk witli rheumatism I must pairs all waste places never ask another woman to Ill havo fallen into a sort of drowso at last Cures Insomnia and marry mo so loug as I live Sttamtoat Ageits Wharfiastm for I was having a dispute with somo restores refreshingKef used 7 sleep mate FyZB Cures Im- CL0VERP0RT sort of authority which turned oat to KENTUCKY No accepted London Tit Bits and restores ho Mrs March nud upbraiding her with Local Agent ull vital power 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