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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 20 September 1893

"J.''arir3iii'iiKit '!". M )BiJlBrw"'"Myi ifY: .vnjf "Q, .,.. -J-, -.,.;. 4ntf rffffVi r ifrfoaWiaifrr . ' i,f Fl . , iBb" --.- .'.... i , . v ,,,, .iwiMM'nii'f ?n wwwwmingH11' r - WW 15.-- M i '-T " .11-11... ,.,, . ii i WW ' r " ""i i r iii .1. yn5w'y?M' T 8 THEl B!RHOmNHI3DOH NWS, OLiOVBXHPOHr. KY, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, 8E1TEMBEK 20, 1893. MULTUk IN PAVItO. Haste is of tlio riovil. Koran. Gunpoudur maduall men of one height ' Keep cool anil you command everybody. St. Just. , lVace is rarely denied to the peaceful. -Schiller. Accuracy is tlio twin 'brother to honesty. 0. Simmons. Discretion in speech is mora than eloquence. Bacon. 1 Uliooso such pleasun sau recreate much and cost little. Fuller. Sad Ib Ids lot who, once at 'least iu his lifehas not been a poet. Ijimartine. Things don't turn up in the world until somebody turns them up. Garfield. Accent is tlio soul of language; it gives to it both fueling and truth. KouBseuu. ' Men are never so likely to settle a question ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

e o & s. 1 " V 5 a a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. !.f .". 3 . 4 J! 1 4 VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. NO. 10. t Richardson va Gross. ! Gross Knocks Him Out i On the Third Round. 4 RICHARDSON STILL DISSATIS FIED AND AP.PEALS TO THE MEADE CIRCUIT COURT. Politicians From All Over tho Sis- Y l-4 n-....4- M TT.nM th Contest. PROCEEDINGS IN FULL. Tho Conimlttec of tlio Tenth Senatorial j)istrict met ill this city last Wednesday as announced, to hear tho evidence in tho case of Richnrdson vs Grosa in tho contest for the nomination of Senator from this District. Tho Coniniitteo met promptly at the hour appointed and both parties were present, including their attorneys. Mr. F. P. Straus, of the firm of Fnlrhil) it Straus, of Louisville; and Mr. Chapeze Wathen, of Owenshoro, presented Mr. Iticlmrdson. Judge J. A. Murray and Hon. D. U. Murray, path's city, appeared for Gen. Ur5ssv Nover before in tho history of this city has a cose of such importanco camo before...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

i i X ' Y f : u c i A Tl ThTt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. f ' s iVOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. NO.. 10. Richardson Gross. Gross Knocks Him Out RICHARDSON STILL DISSATISFIED AND APPEALS TO THE MEADE CIRCUIT COURT. Politicians From All Over the Dis- triot Present to Hear the i Contest. . J PROCEEDINGS IN FULL. i Tho Committee of tho Tenth Senatorial District met in this city last Wednesday as announced, to hear tho evidence in the case of Richardson vs Gross in tho contest for tho nomination of Senator from this District. The Committee met promptly ut the hour appointed and both parties were present, including their attorneys. Mr. F. P. Straus, of tho firm of Fairltijjh A Straus, of Louisville, and Mr. Chapezo Wathen, of Owensboro, rorfrV sented Mr. Kichardson. Judgo J. A. Mu) ray and Hon. D. H. Murray, of this city, appeared, for Gen. Gross. J Never bcfoio in tho history of his city has a case of such importance came before our people for trial. Tho array of...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. 8EITEMBER 27,1893. Jno, D. & V, 0. Babbsgs, Editor and ProprUfn I... St. I.. & T. I.ocnl Tliuo Card. vlall and Express going East 9 .42 .m. " " West .-10.38 a.m. ii ton " Kaat fl.00 p.m ' " West - V.1& ji.m ..oca. i'rI(fhl " Kitit 11.35 a.m. " " Went - 9 SO a.m. SIX PAGES. Cincurr Court U in session nt Brandon burg, Mi'iido county, this week. TiiuGrand Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias meets next year In Paducah. Tim Hon. Joo Nou has been nominated by the Democrats of Daviess and McLean counties for the State .Senate. The Executive Committeoofthe Board of Directors of tlio World's Fair liavo decided that tlio exposition shall close on the night of October 31. The new Democratic District Attorney for Kentucky, W. M. Smitfi, of Mayfleld, will soon bo ready for business. He will relieve the Hon. Geo W. Jolly. Wiikn the state of Kentucky geta dono lawing with the Mason, Ford Co , and finally and forever settles the prison lessee business, wha...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

2 mtrtmrmr Sitfftri7Mawiaii.,w BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. WEDNESDAY, SKITEMUKU 27, 1893. Jno. D. 5t V, 0 Bbbgc, Editors and Proprlet'n I... Nt. li. & T. Local Tliuo Card. Ull and Express going But .42 a.m. ' West ..10.38 a.m. i, xi ran " Eit B.00 p.m. I ' West 15 p.m ..oc. Kreiehl " Bust 11.81 a.m. Went 20 a.m. SIX PAGES. Court U in session at Urandi'ii burg, Meade comity, this week. TuicOranil Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias meets next year in I'adtunh. Tub Hon. Joo Xoe has been nominated by the Democrats of Daviess and McLean counties for the Stuto Senate. The Executive Committee of the Board of Dirtctors of the World's Fair have decided that tho exposition shall close on the night of October 31. Tin: new Democrotic District Attornoy for Kentucky, V. M. Smith, of Mayfield, will soon bo ready lor business. Ho will relievo tho Hon. Geo W. Jolly. Whk.s tho state of Kentucky gets done lawlng with tho Mason, Ford Co , Bnd finally and forever settles tho prison lessee business, what wi...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

i Y H r X r r & BreckenjjidgeHews. WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMHKU 27, 1893. HINTS T0ADVEETI8ERS. The 'Fall la'ihe BtofTi'me For Trade,, , est 'SeturasbBe Had now . v (Copyrighted, l?.)J, byIc'B'Hitdc Company, ' .llAStOtl. Wl Thrro are three Muls,of trnilo 1 Holiday trade, confined largely to tlio selling of iuxuifcs abd " " " 4 trade, dys ,ofi good following tho post-Christmas 'lall trade, etlraulntcd by sunitnor Numbering, and tlio cbmlnjr of the when tlio folks must baVo things. Fall trade has to bo the moat lively of any season, except that of tbo it follow tbo longest dull season of tbo year, and precedes tbo days of cold necessity. The fall is agriculturally and commercially the harvest of tbo year. Traile, oven in tlio, great commercial center, is to a very targe extent controlled by the product of the earth. Tlio farmer, although ho may little money, is tbo fundament-, nl basis of finance, for1 without hiiri this country and all othercoitntricB.wouldybQ a? S J as moorish sterility,...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

&:. i :y 1 v 1-1 c Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1803. HIST8 TO ADVEBTI8ERS. Tho Pall is, the Best Tie,Fpr Trade, ExcepVatthe Holidays-Quick est R"etnraato Be Had Now Copyrighted, I893, by The Trader Company, Boston. Thero nro three kinds of trade ; Holiday trade, coilflned largely to tlio Belling of lUxurltB nnd ornamental trade, days of good' business, following the, posUChristmas depression. Fall trade, stimulated by summer slumbering, and the coming of the coldest season when tlio folks must have things.. Fall trade bus to bo tho most lively of any season except tiat of tho holidays, because it follows tho longest dull season of tho year, and precedes the das of cold necessity. Tlio faltls agriculturally and commer cially the harvest of tho year. Trade, oven in tho great commercial center, Is to a very largo extent controlled by the product of the earth. The 'farmer although he may individually have Httlo money, is tlio fundamental basis of finance, for without...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

.3- nm ISJiitl fssprfisv jur yor. C 'HOWARD S&SUy. OOPTMiaHTa. Ittt, T D. AF.LtTON CO. ruauSMSD "Nol" wild Uraco qtuctiy, vanning hnhtly over tho fence, nfter witnessing this interesting i crfonnnnce. "Ibooiiou plainly that Un tahot does not buck. Ho is onltr n littlo ojijiOBcd toyonr 'cinching' tho flankgirth: But I think I shall got nlong hero very well. Mr. Jorrold, until my partner, Phil Kcrnwhan, looks mo np or something favorablo happens. Ho know that my general direction was tho Colorado river, and that I was out after turkeys. Meanwhile tho hunting is good, and I think I'll shoot a, braco of mallards beforo tho. family is stirring. Adiosl Drop in and seo ua tho nest timo you're over our way. Thcro thoy como uowl" ho exclaimed, shovinga con- plo of shell) into his gun, as ho marked a small flock of duck coming down the wind. "Adiosl" So saying ho turned his back upon the discomfited horso trader, and Mr. Buck Jcrrold sprang at onco into tho saddle. Beforo ho was fairly se...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

C tf mm .VkZm&ttam COMftlOMfaD, !. T D. APPtirOM CO. PUaklBHSO "Nol" wild Urnco qnietiy, vanning lightly over the fenco, after witnessing this interesting i crfonnanco. "Iseonow plainly that Bu ksliot does not buck, lie is onlv a littloopiosetl to your 'cinching' tho flunkgirth. But I think I shall get along hero very well. Sir. Jerrold, until iny partner, Phil Kcrnochan, lcofcs mo up or something favorablo happens. IIo know that my general direction was tho Colorado river, and that I was out after turkeys. Meanwhile tho hunting is good, and I think I'll shoot a braco of mallards beforo tho family is stirring. Adiosl Drop in and seo ns tho next timo you're over our way. Thero they como nowl" ho exclaimed, shoving a of shells into his gun, as ho marked a siiiull flock of duck coining down the wind. "Adiost" So saying ho turned his back upon the discomfited horso trader, and Mr. Buck Jerrold sprang nt onco into tho saddle. Beforo ho was fairly seated tho vicious Buckshot essayed t...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

f T 5 i . ' . v- t & G, Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to ord. . Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. - James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. ftinifshd on applicati Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LA Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. Breckenrjdge News. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. EOCAI BREVITIES. Now crop N. 0. molasses Sulzcre. Headquarters for fancy groceries It. B. LcGrand went to Louisvillo Monday. J, M T Molasses barrels for salo cheap Sulzers. If you want bargains in Shoes go to Sulzer's. Mr. John Hoben went to llardinsburg Monday. Try a package of our Milk Lunch Biscuits Sulzers. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hall died yesterday. Auction salo of C. J. Fella's grocery stock, September 30. John Smith and wife uro at tho Tar Springs for their health. Two three-room cottages for ront $5 per month. L. L. Wilkcrson. Our pto preparation seedless rasins currants and dried gropes. Sulzers. Ed Nolle, who has been visiting his brothets he...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

. Our.pie preparation seo.Uess rosins curranta and dried grapes. Sulzers. ' 1'a Nolte, who has been visiting his brothoiB here, returned homo Saturday. Messrs. Henry Yeagcr and Georgo Mullen visited friends at Lewisport last week. A party is being made up here to visit tho Wyandotte Cavo early in next month. Prof. J. II. Logan and family visited relatives at Troy, Ind., last Friday and Saturday. Mr.-and Mrs. Will Hofieus are visiting relatives and friends at Evunsvillo and Owensboro. Every one should attend tho unction sale of Mr. 0. J. Fella's grocery stock, September 30. . Order to day don't wait for to morrow some of our fresh cakes they are fresh and nice Sulzer's. Miss Bettie WebbjmdCarrio Owen, of ' near QJendcane, are visiting Lcitchiield "V, b . 1 I f.H. . ,1 C VS1H Ul ULILLI1UMIIULMI Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to ordt. . Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. IJames M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KT. SSTJitiiiiata furnish J on npplicati Robert ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

7 ,t.rWf.k 'i. 1A..1 raiHHHKtf&ms fl'' ' immwlsg mfanir 1 1 8 THR BRROKENRIDGEl NEWS, OLOYElHPOnT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, 8KITEMHEU 27, 1893. MECCA. Why So Many Thousands of the Hohammodan Faithful Dio Aft or Visiting Mecca. IT IS A HOTBED OF DISEASE. Tho Dread Scourgo Has Not Boon Absent from tho "Holy City" Sinco the Year 1881. INFECTED WELLS AND FILTH. Appalling Mortality Caused by tho Unsanitary Condition of the City and the People. THE CHOLERA INFESTED DISTRICT. New York Herald, The Ileiulil's cable despatch from Tunis ywtenlay has attract d deep attention. That one-half of an army of pilgrims should be olnin by cholera is indeed Mirprising. Tho Tunis despatch stated that of nino thousand pilgrims who had in a body visited Mecca, one-half of them were stricken by the dread disease or lost their lives in and about the sacred city, and of tho seven hundred Turkish M'lit out to bury the dead and assist tho living, five hundred fell victims to tho disease. When wo lo...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 27 September 1893

; LIIT -,il , nrinPfMtfMB fiifr i ' l.Tl "Tl"l f "ll II I ip . H -WW IdUDBBBHHiK! -I--. r " ' wmtmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmimKm mmmmwwmmWl 6 THE BREGKRNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. MECCA. Why So Many Thousands of tho Mohammedan Faithful Die Aftor Visiting Mecca. IT IS A HOTBED OF DISEASE. Tho Droad Scourge Has Not Been Absent from the "Holy City" Since the Year 1881. INFECTED fWELLS AND FILTH. Appalling Mortality Caused by the Unsanitary Condition of the City and the People. THE CHOLERA INFESTED DISTRICT. New Votk Herald, The Herald's cnlilo despatch from Til n!s has attract il deep atteiv tiou. That one-half of mi army of pll prims should hu slain by cholera is indeed Hiirprising. The Tunis despatch stated that of nine thousand pilgrims who had in a body visited Mecca, one-half of them wen stricken by tho dread disease or lost their lives in and about the sacred city. and of tho seven hundred Turkish sol diem sent out to bury t...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

f y $p & V - ir .7 ' k; ? ty v 4& BEGAN LIFE AS NEWSBOYS. EMINENT MEN WHO STARTED AT THE LADDER'S BOTTOM ROUND. David B. Hill tho First Nowsboy. Kelly. But Pain dealing with the living rather than tho dead in tho present article, and in my opinion tho best known of all newsboys now nlivo are ex-Governor and present United States Senator for New York, DavidB. Hill; ex-Gov. Tom Waller, of 'Connecticut; Licut."GoV( "NViri." F. Shcelmn, of Now York; Congressman Timothy J. Campbell; and last but not least Assemblyman Tini6tiy Dry, Dollar Sullivan, of tho Second District of New York. A view of their newsboy days can not but prove interesting. David B. Hill, senior Senator for Now York, and a determined, persistent candidate for presidential honors,, was ambitious from tho cradle. Left fatherless when almost an infant, the youngestof five children, whoso mother was compelled to eke out a subsistence from a mortgaged farm nearKlmira, ho easily learned what it was to "hustle." When a...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

T ,J v &s 1 BRECKENRIDGE THE NEWS VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1893. NO.ll. BEGAN LIFE AS NEWSBOYS. EMINENT MEN WHO STARTED AT THE LADDER'S BOTTOM ROUND. David B. Hill the First Railroad Howsboy. Congressman Tim Campbell and Ex Gov. Waller, of Connecticut, Blopt in Dry Goods Boxes Together. GlolicUeinocHt.l Nkw York, September 20. Of the evolution of nowsbos into prominent men, newspaper writers, "juvenile" authors and Sunday-school orators have said and written much. But no amount of labor with this topic has ever solved tho problem whether Hint evolution waa the result of inborn qualities or just puro luck. Xo attempt will bo made to solve it here. This is only a collection of true stories about tho rise of half-dozen well knon men to positions of prominence. Among tho statesmen of tho past who bo found sucli onco were newsboys can illRtitiL'tiiRlied men as Silas Wright, Thur- lowWecd, Daniel Manning and John Kelly. But lam dealing v, 1th tho living ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOHKtt 4, 1893. Jno, D. & V. 0. Cabbage, Edltore and Proprlet'ri I,., Nt. I.. A: T. I.ocnl Time C'nrd. Mall and Eipreit going; East 9 .42 a.m. ii won ..iu..io a.m. ii Eait 0.00 p.m. ii Weit - .16 p.m. i.oca. relght ii Eit 1 1 .Hi a.m. Weit - 9.20 a.m. SIX PAGES. CiiAiit.tR Blandford ouglit to go over nml hear Sam. Jones lecture on how to "get there." Daniel Gilma.v started out to walk from Louisville to the World's fair, a of 305 miles. Thk strike among the employes on (lie I.. & N. has hcen declared oil", and most nil of the men have gone bock to work. The Kentucky National Bank, of Louis-villa, has resumed business. Mr. Logan 0. Murray did not accept the 1'residency Pnor. W. B. I lay ward boa been nominated for the State Senate from the counties of Bullitt, Hardin and Grayson. Thk Local Option contest which was to have been heard at Hardhisburg lasi Friday was transferred to the Citcuit Court, but not to bo heard at the approaching term. J...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1893. Jao. D. & V. 0. Bbbsi Edlton and Freprltt'ri Li. ,Nt. li.&T. Local Time Card. Ma.ll nd Kxpreu going But 9 .42 a.m. " " " West -10.38 a.m. Ulxpreii " Eit 4.00 p.m. " Wait - V.1& p.m. uoc. night " Ksit 11. SS .m. " West - 9 20 .tn. SIX PAGES. CitARLie Blandford ought to go over and hear Sam. Jones lecture oiuliow to "get there Daniel Gilmas started out to walk from Louisville to the World's fair, a distance of 305 miles. "'V" "" " u ""i"" "" " L. & N. has been declared off, and most all of the have gone back to work. The Kentucky National Bank, of Louisville, has resumed business. Mr. Logan C. Murray did not accept the Presidency i'nor. W. B. llaynard has been nominated for the Statu Senate from the counties of Bullitt, Ilaidin and Grayson. Tub Local Option contest which was to have been heard at Hardinsburg last Friday was transferred to the Circuit Court, but not to be heard at the approaching term. Juikie Bennett in the...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

fcv y -I . r -' .-- . L ., - (i , ': -v r A v 44 , '& Cleveland Speaks. " A LETTER TO THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA IN REGARD TO HIS FINANCIAL VIEWS. Friend of Silver, but Thinks There Must Bo a Chango in Our Sy8tom. .Atlanta, Ga., rpt.-28 The prints a lettor, from I'resldont (jievolaml to Gov. Northern, In which the President states Ills position on tho financial question at sonio length. The letter is in reply to ono writteri Iby on tho 15th Inst. Tho President's reply to that letter was received last overling, and is as follows: Executive Mansion, Washington, Sept. 20. Hon. W. J. Northern My Dear Sir: I hardly know how to reply to your letter of tho 15th inst. It seems to mo that I am quite plainly on record concerning the financial question. My letter accepting tho nomination to the presidency when rqad in connection with tho message lately sent to Congress in extraordinary session appears to mo to he very explicit. I want a currency that is stable and safo in tho hands of people ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

i-k It- t i if , J :'- J, x hi v? i Cleveland Speaks. A LETTER TO THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA IN REGARD . , FINANCIAL '. i VIEWS. fA Friend of Silyor, but Thinks Thoro Must Bo a Chango In Our Systom. MTaxta, Ga., Sept. 28 Tho prints n letter from rresldont (Jlovelnutl to Gov. Northern, in which tho President states his position on the financial question at somo length. Tho leiter is in reply to ono written ;by on tho ICth inst. Tho President's reply Iffthat letter was received last evening, and is as follows: Executive Mansion, Vasiiinoto.n Sept. 20. Hon. Y. J. Northern My Dear Sir: I hardly know how to reply to your letter of tho lGtli inst. It seems to mo that I am qulto plainly on record 'concerning tho financial question. My letter accepting tho nomination to tho presidency when read hi connection with tho message lately scut to Congress in.extraordinary session appears to mo to'be very explicit. I want a currency that is stable and eafo in tho hands of people., I will not knowingly...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 4 October 1893

.nf s. Vi j a- irwrji r niyxrrt, srssw r -. " ! ' iWf M '' !wS?' TlOWAD .stftuy. COfTHiaHTIO, ! ST D. CO, fUUMI0 T BPICIAk ahmamqimcmt with tnim, "Why, what's tho matter, Edith? Yon aro not ill, I hopo," ho said, coming rapidly townnl tho young lady with nn fnro na ho observed tho apparent weakness of her attitude. "Oh, nothing, Phllt a sudden that'sall," tho young girl answered, striving to rise, a faint color llko tho flush of dawn struggling to her cheek: Bho put her hand to her head with a deft, womanly gesture "It' so very warm hero this morning I can scarcely breathe, nnd I sat down to rest a moment." Slio laughed an unxious, nervous littlo laugh. Tho man regarded her with gravo "Yon don't seem as well lately," ho said. "I fear yon find this wild lifo of ours lees beneficial than wo anticipated, or perhaps, Edith, yon neglect your exercise. Wo must go today for nnothor long prairie canter. Let ino call my wifo to your assistance." Ho turned back to tho door of tho rancho ond c...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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