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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j k t tiY fl1 1 ftl ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKIWS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 r1VO 4O t ROOSEVELT iiGreat Preparations Being Made f to Receive Him in Hopkins t CountyP- RELIMINARIES f1 f ALL ARRANGED r e t MdisonVille Will Be filled With I a Throng of Enthusiastic People 1 JUDGE WH YOST WILL ALSO SPEAK or Roosevelts Triumphal Tour Tlirougn Nearly All the Congressional Distrlcbn Dr A D James was in Madi sonvillo Tuesday to see County Chairman John B Harvey and rfhiscoworkers with reference to the arrangements for the reception I of Governor Roosevelt and p his party on Saturday morning Dr James will have personal charge of the Roosevelt special and is arranging personally the details for the reception and 4speaking at each point Avhcro the o distinguished statesman and sol dier will speak along his trium phal march at 50 miles an lion through Koutuckv from Hen derson to Louisville by way of Guthrie and Bowling Green on his first day in the State The Doctor endorsed the arrange ments that had been planned at Madisonyillli making some valu btifollowed f is The Hopkins county reception committee consisting of Dr W P Ross Mayor of Madisonville 1 Judge Clifton J Prattybounty Chairman X B Harvey John B Atkinson W L Gordon and Ii Y Bailey will proceed to Bender son the previous night oin the the party there and psiort Mr Roosevelt to Madisonville The special will ba met by carriages r aand the brass band and speakers fand the comniitteoescorted t the place prepared for the mam moth meeting v j1 Dr James approved of a sit for the stand to bo erected o the old Wilkins lot across the depot in case of fair weather If the weather is inclement theJ Tabernacle will be used and the people will be in the Tabornacje when the train arrive- so awaiting as to make it possible to heal Gov Roosevelt the maximum Of time Judge W H Yost the distinguished Kentucky lawY and independent Democrat vii has cast his lot with the Repub licans at least until Democratic intRooI 111 a speech which will be oneNeMjo ablest to be delIver- ed on the ePleidenti tour that day Becaus ea jz hour Judge Yost Will be loft a m f t H 1noontrainvinLouisville where lie will again join the party that evening The usual plan of leavin speakers to entertain the crow a spaakerhaslfini tour after lpi9Badi6onville Instead the 5whonrannounced to ash oi velt at the oadouiSis will preceeithe spa the assembled throngs A Jbef pre theI time 0 ita arrival anti be ready to st pas for4he iliniu can dldatt o Pr i upouhaiarriPaihosoieAeakerrs Jt f I I tii I Will be picked up along the route and the whole distinguishedparty of Kentucky lenders will escort Col Roosevelt into Louisville and be present with him at the magnificent meeting and ovation that it is planned to give them at the Kentucky metropolis Kentucky is alive Hopkins county is awake and this visit of the beloved and respected Roosevelt will fire the zeal and strengthen the working qualities of all those who desire Civil Lib erty in Kentucky and continued prosperity in thee nation and a flag kept spotless by American patriots In the present campaign is the first time a Republican Head quarters banner has ever floated across the streets of our county and Republican Clubs were ever before organized in Earl whose two precincts ow constitute the Gibraltar of Civil Liberty and prosperity in old Hopkins The schedule of Roosevelts speeches in Kentucky wi h the names of those who speak with him will be found in THE BEES supplement day iREV J L BOATMAN Eloquent Speaker From the Mountains For the Brown Democracy TOUCHES SAM JMACKLEFORDS RECORD rRov J R Boatman of Pine ville tho eloquent preacher speaker for the Brown Democ racy spoke at Masonic Hall Fri day night to a good audience Efforts wore made by the Goebel Democrats to keep the crowd away and not a njUoattorkind of Demo ril wra lrrewit notwithstanding s t er addressed quite a nimbroPcit izens in an earnest and careful and moderato speech A nun bet of Brown Democrats were present The speaker was in troduced by Jesse Phillips and was escorted to the stage by Mr Phillips Wm McOarley E Me Leod and W H Borders Rev Boatman is a young and an elo quent and cultured gentleman and speaks with due considera tion to the feelings of all men as wen as with the courage of his convictions He isB minis for in the Christian Church lienumtno lOW many votes Mr Beckham re ceived and if ho received a majority what was that majority Timesany duestienotn s cono haven t all been done by mountaineers He touched upon Sam J Shackleford whom the Goe bel Democrats in tho Legislature- now want to make referee and supreme head of Kentucky so far as is concerned the question itnn is going through Hopkins County he had spoken ofSttn Shackleford wherever he went and heiihnd yet to find one man Shackled= 111anH Ho spoke well of Lynch s canvass for tfcfagress and said tll Brown Dem0cratswere at wor for Lynch and for Yerkesr f lir JVK 3eau who1 I has been o time sick ltst for several days is abl be out again During this illness for time first time in twentyflve years had food served nim in bed I Isnt that arecprd Are you a subscriber tp THE BEE YQu should be i Slr i 1 4nT yJCoPrlibtte THEODORE ROOSEVELT FROM FRANKFORT Representative Robinson Tellsof Fruit letc Efforts to Enact a Fair Law Frankfort Ky Oct 4 1000 EDITOU BEE Earlington Ky We are still here doing nothin and not much nearer a solution of the questionun considera tion viz the election law than when we arrived here on the 28th of last monthpursuant top call of Goy Beckham who wants to be honestly elected once but the voters of the grand old commOn woath have decided that they are to have a say so in this mat ter and they are determined to elect that prince of gentlemen and leader of loaders the Hon Jno Yerkes and to see that ho shall riot be counted out Goebel law or no Goebel law The Democrats of the house passed a law without a name which makes Sam Shacldeford the umpire in the state and jmakes the boards in the counties stand two to one in every county and voted down a proposition I to alternate the sheriffs in the precincts the bill as passed is very little if any bettor than the Goebel law and was resisted by time Republicans of the house The senate has passed a bill which is a great improvement over the present law but I do not think the house will concur andvunjless therejsfatgreat fiange rfS will adjourix1 without anythihiglc f of Kentucky Hon john AY henseheree largest ands tpiost lU61aBt1 c audience assembjied in this fThelfidjeslecJ p flowers Qandlongbefore the hour for the It ri i f C i II 9 4 speaking to begin Main street wits thronged with people who wanted to hear the crimes against the ballot box exposed and when the hour arrived there was such a rush for the door ns is seldom seen Some J500 were turnedgaway was room r no more He Was introduced by a Democrat Judge Bullitt who ina forceful manner laid bare their charges and said he had come to a parting of the ways and would not condpno fraud but would support Yerkes When Mr Yerkes came for ward the applause was deafening and lasted for several min utes He dealt sledge hammer blows for one hour and thirty minutes and at the close received a great ovation Altogether it was a great day for time friends of civil liberty and the rights of the people Trusting you may entertain the next Vice Presi dent right royally I am yours for forjustice and right BEN T ROBINSON GRIM DEATH Takes Conductor T R Browning as Its Yv victim That Death loves a shining markwas exemplified in the sad death of Mr Thomas R Browning one of the most popular conductors on this L N railroad Mr Browninghndhis foot badly madliedsome time ago by a freight car but it was thought at firstthat his foot could be saved His condition gradually grew worse however and it beam necessary to amputate the injur edmemberlastFridayafternoonwhich life might be spared but his system was too weak to stand the tJtdnYlJg i V it 1 rl b 4rn The deceased was about 42 years of age and was married to Miss Harriet McDonald in 1878 To this union was born two chil dren Mrs Walter S McGary and Miss Mabel Browning both of whom with the widow survive lhim Mr Browning made apr fession of religion and joined the Baptistchurch several years ago He had been in the employ o the L N railroad company for about eighteen years and was one Qf the cOJUpaliysmost trusted empl yes No man over had more friends among his employ ers and fellow employes than did clever bighearted Tom Brown ing Honesty kind fmithful and true he made friends everywhere he went He wasa faithful and true Jiusband anda kind and loving father and his sad death has brought unspeakable sotto to the hearts of his family his manyfriends Elder J L Hill conducted tIle funeral services at tIle family residence Monday afternoon after which time remains were laid to rest in the Odd Fellows come tery at Madisonville To the brokenhearted wife and daughters the aged mother the brothers sister and other sorrowing relatives TIlE BEE ex tends its deepest sympathy and commends them to the love and protection ofthe meek gad lonely Nazarene whosnidULo I am with you always even to the end of the world Letter LIst Boston Ely Brady JOei drew Ac J Fuller Mr Galbreath Nathan Heiisley Willie HilfJobn Hall J H Jones Noel Lee Mr Willie Pillom Mrs Susie Penrod BissEd Watkins Mrs Cora toe Blackburn ismuking the sam old campaign that h made for years H 1 l YERKESCLUB Big in Numbers and Enthusiasm and Growing Dally N h ORGANIZED AFTER COL SEflEES SPEECH Head by a Houiefull of Earnest Advo sates of Honest Elections and Civil Liberty t jT t MADE A STRONG AND EARNEST TALK As announced wouldbe Hon E G Sobree spoke to the people of Earlington Monday night at the Opera House which was filled with earnest advocates of honest elections and civil liberty very few Goebel Democrats be ing present for the reason that their leaders endeavor to keep all of them from hearing any thing except the threadbare ana absurd argument of the assas sination and death of William Goebel which constitutes the burden of the speeches of those who advocate the election of Mr Beckham and the perpetuation of Goebelism The audience was well pleased with the strong and argumenta tive speech of Col Sebree who spoke as a student of the condi tions of men and the affairs of State rather than as a politician Col Sebree is a popular man here as throughout the Second congressional distrust and the state and his hearers were not disappointed at seeing and hear ing him as he was Monday night A number of Rough Rider hats the first to strike Earling ton were conspicuous in Lim- am9et1 1tt Ji tliosa true or thliia wJudgetary of the Republican county committees was made president I of the club and Paul M Moore secretary After the close of the speech this organization was effected and the secretary read a list of members he had enrolled during the day previous to the speaking The place of honor at the head of this list was given Uncle Oscar Stevens the oldest yeareandfHe had said ho could not be present but that his heart was with the workers for Civil Liberty The audience was given opportunity to join and they joined to the aggregate number of 107 that evening Since then a number of new members have enrolled and the list is growing rapidly Enrlington is equipped with three clubs which have for their purpose an honest election and a fair count now and hereafter dand taking the air of enthusiasm that is abroad for civil liberty there may be other clubs Before the campaign ends The colored voters have organ ized a McKinley club in Lake precinct and a Roosevelt Club in Northeast precinct Both have largo membership and aretin good working order Ca rd I To the Public The undersigned desires to prose her warmestgrnt1tudotto those who by word or otxpressed the sympathy they have felt for the widow left desolate Z shall llovQzfall to remember the many kindnesses tho expressions of affection tho little and great acts of rOIPndsto r May the oolather real four fold tho friends and neighbors Sincerely E DABi- rAiQNI17 i Bishop MoCabo of thetfEJ PzosidentMoRinloy o1smenu over know j h Ljrfo i I-n i II + i1 riU1 H jIt 11UH 7 Hr II H Uf JMif Jot J 0 13i w 1 e 1 j t I h 4 t Y ywpa r us a yy 11rw 0It A r 4 2 THE BEE EARLINGTU1I KY J J l J 1 f LOCOMOTIVE BL4STS1r f Operator Martin of Nortonvll- J rr was called to Greenville last week to attend court wr Operator Villingham after a few days restvlia9 resumed his duties as night operator hereIDispatcher Griffin who has sick at his home In Ohio is now a to resume work It seems to bo a settled fact that r Gov Roosevelt will pass over this V week en route to Louisville e Chas Kennedy yard switchman n has taken a few days layoff a jj will Visit relatives In Ohio Joseph Muir formerly conduct on the Providence train Is now fat man on a passenger train on the l H St L road Rumor says that a straw Vote it the Illinois Central at one point shows that 80 per cent of the em ployes favor Yerkes for governor 1 Work is now under headway on the new depot here and the carper n tars say it will be oompleted in le time than it has been talked about Section foreman Join Dearin who was located at Slaughters ro signed his position last week and Is T r considering an offer from the I C C road of a similar position The Republican candidate for governor in Missouri is an old man and they do say he has a ti table of his own and even meets the people at the crossroads where n railroads are in sight So far ho has broken all records for fast running j and claims the right of way at all times Conductor Lew Waltz and Engineer Campbell had charge of the sispecial train run in the interest of the Prohibition candidate for President and Governor Of course theI boys were not invitedinto the private car to take a drink N The death of Conductor 3Com Drowning after friends felt Jbonfl dent of his recovery came a great shock For weeks he hatapposed the amputation of his f even his physicians thought it was neces sary and he hart become so weak from loss of blood that when It be came necessary to amputate his foot to save his life thatho never recov ered from the operation and death relieved his suffering last Saturday night tThtjlnewsof the death of Mr V I ewbo d came to his many r 0 J t d fWIIillVfsionj as a great shock n with him for a long time when he was an official on the division en dearedhlm to them His great offi cial capacity was seen while here His every act was In the direction o not only serving his company faith p fully but at the same time kept In view the welfare of the employes and by his acts of kindness gained their esteem The Savannah News takes the ground that the states through which the Carnegie Company would hav 4 to build its railroad to the seaboard f ought not to grant the company a charter thus making it impossible for them to construct the much I talkedof road The News hold- that this company is making money enough and should bo refused the opportunity of enlarging its trade b r reducing the cost of exporting it products This is rather strange doctrine to come from such a paper as the News Suppose it prove to be true that the Carnegie Company with a view to strengthen our hold upon the worlds iron and steel trade desires to spend probably 30000000 or 40000000 in building a new road to the seaboard provided with every advantage that skill and money could furnish for handling freight would it not be beneficial to the whole country Would not new ter ritory possibly in the Virginias bo opened up to development Would not thousands of men find employ ment and would not the facilities for pur countrys dominating the worlds coal and iron trade be vastly increased Probably the greatest need of th iron interests of the South is som Carnegie with his marvelous brain power and his wealth to give to the r South adequate facilities for great ex pansion Alabama and other States need some such great brainy leader with the daring to plan for gigantic thingsand to do it oil such a scale as to insure the lowest cost of tlon and marketing With our advauf rages the Squths iron and stool progress could be much more rapid 4 if unlimited capital could bo com manded for big broad development J work Every intelligent business man in the South knows that a Oar i negie Company or a Standard Oil Company operating in the upbulldy hagpfthis section would drawjtoit m tons of capital for varied Indus i triesSffhioh would enrich all classes Inste d1 9fcritictsingthe great work Itr fot the owing spirits In such orgnni4o d11 iatiQnBj we pujjht to point to them Y J rif la i jt lone examples worthy to be studied that some southern genius maybe quickened into similar leadership As Robert ELe and Stonewall Jackson were born to command and led to undying glory the armies of South so there may be others in blethe South today who are equally tq command in the great world battle for commercial supremacy and under whoso brilliant leader ship the industrial army of the South may win greater victories evan than ever crowned the work Leo and Jackson The world is a battlefield where the fiercest conflict orthat was ever waged is in Souycan carry of trade victory Let us not therefore don nounco such lenders but let u rather hope that some geniuses o commerce and industry as greats s Carnegie and Rockefeller may arise in our own section Mr Ar Smith of tho Lake Shor- ss Michigan Southern road who has acted as chairman of a memorial gofund to the late Col C P Atmoro forwarded to Louisville for Miss Carrie Atmore a daughter nearly 2000 The list of subscribers In cludes nearly 100 prominent rail1 road men CheapmeA cheap remedy for coughs and- o colds is right but you want some thing that will relieve and cure th more severe and dangerous of throat and lung troubles shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then remedythatillzed countries with success in se were throat and lung troubles BJsb lees German Syrup It not ly heals and stimulates the its lues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy ex- pectoratIon gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bot1 tie Recommended many years ball y druggists in the world For sale by dealers in all civilized countries Yerkes Club engagebythe club will be held there every Monday night Program for next Monday night oe announced later A large number of now mem bers is expected to be enrolled that urgetoswell the next club meeting look A Stitch In Time Saves nine HughessonTa new lin proved tastes pleasant taken In the early Spring and Fall prevents Chills Dengue and Malarial Fevers Acts on the liver and tones up the system Better than Quinine Guaranteed 100fChurch DedicationIOn the third Sunday in this month the Missionary Baptist church at this place will be formally dedicated The faithful little have labored earnestly lit their church and recently paid off the last of the debt been on the church for thatdwill be conducted by the Rev Dr Bow Secretary of the State Mission cry Board Dr Bow formerly was consonly a few weeks ago He is an able preacher and it is expected that a large congregation will great him on visitorssand D S Edwards both of whom have previously served as pastors ofj organized meeting will follow the dedication j A man and his wife street preach ers have been holding forth on the Istreets a day or two Nerve roodI-fyou have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver OilI crye and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual food j That is cure If you are nervous and irritable you may only need more to cushion your nerves thipandScottsOil will give you the fat to begin with goesFullou need from usual food and Scotts Emulsion will help you tIfa fSCOTT45 Pearl Street New York e sac and stoolalt dnliiistar J I J t i iv a l- awjj4j i r DOWN IN THE MINES Weigher James Fegan who keeps at close watch on the demand and supply pf coke and coal says rife de mand for coal last week was equal to the supply although the effects of the great coal strike in the EasV has never been felt hero The silfl of coke also equals the production Friends of Mr Goe Browning now 1fear his recovery doubtful although at times he shows some o ment V Vi Ward of the CrabtreenVine j ifwas one of the happy listenersto the speech made by the Hon E T Franks at Madiepnvillo Saturday sForeman Thomas Blair wio for the last few months has hadiohar 0 beera placed In charge of No 9 rnmeVand with his long and varied experience swill undoubtedly prove thought man in the right place Secretary Anderson of the DSo arch Coal Company says business careare a scarce Agitator Tate is so anxious to talk so as to keep up an appearance that ho can now be found his his tale of woe to a hotelporter r Assistant Machinist W D iCavI ness has returned from a pleasant fishing trip on Green river and they do say they caught fish to eatwhich is more than some fishing parties can truthfully report On account of the great strike i beetn consumers will suffer on account of the idle producers s J Among the coal operators who will act as a reception committee 1oGov ernor Roosevelt are Mr J B Atkin son President of the St Bernard and L Bailey Secretary of rife Beln ecke Coal Company We understand the demanded in crease in wages hasbeen granted by the Eastern coal operators and the obstacles now in the way seem to b the Democratic party and the failure to recognize the miners union namiacres near and will at once organize a company to develop same The Hecla miners say the new electric motor put in at that place works so poorly that a big decrease in their monthly earnings will be th result and they long for the time when they on make a better show jto The tax list has lately been taken yMr J TBarnett and shows a big increase in the number of miners propertyowned r A look over the school roll of the children enrolled this year at the public schools at this place will re veal the fact that miners here take interest in education as well as coal mining Manager Bea W Robinson of the St Bernard Coal Company has been called to Eastern Kentucky on important business in connection with coal mining Foreman Longs ff who has fo months past been in Northern Kentucky making investigations for the St Bernard Coal Company came home last week for a brief visit Now the word comes from Indianapolis that a secret meeting was heldJ between Mitchell the strike leader and the Democratic leaders of tha State before Mitchell called his men out This action would indicate that there were politics in the present miners strike yet we are too slow to believe that the miners of the United States wherever located are in favor of a fiftycent dollar Al though Mitchell It would seem his action in causing the idleness o over one hundred thousand mirrors lie favors no dollar at all We be hove itImpossible for sober thoughtful miners to be led to indorse the doctrine advocated by the Democracy on the money issue and their effort to create political capital out of so serious a thing as a strik- is likely to prove disastrous to thei cause because when you abuse cap tal you abuse labor producers and make the lovers of right resent unI ust attacks on capital investors The Indianapolis News says of the strike The beginning of theend- of the great anthracite coal strike has doubtless been made The Bead fag company leads off with an advance of 10 percent in wages to all the men and boys employed in its collieries This was done without any consultation or advance notice Underneath this notice which was posted at the collieries of the com pony was posted another notice signets by an officer of the district branch of the United Mine Workers calling on the miners to pay no at tention to the notice until they heard rom President Mitchell Mr Mitch says ha had nothing to do with the PstJngof this notice but his 1 tJ W w A t df r ilC tiJI 0 If h 1 fj of I I t JA J I f comment on the offer of the Reading company i8quotcdthusThoop craters are evidently not taking me into consideration but they will wish they had That sounds omlti ous and Unction in keeping with it follows the responsibility and an awf responsibility it will be will rest on President Mitchell Sometime ago he voluntarily made a proposition to the operators k- Ing them to discuss the situation with their own employes aril pffer ing if they would do so to stop aside so far as ilia Miners Union is con corned Now the Reading company has virtually complied with this of fer It has not conferred but actions speak louderthan words and it has offered an increase of 10 per cent in wages Whereupon Mr Mitchell utters his threat and tho officer of the district branch of the Minors thenhopes low that the men should rush to accept a 10 per cent Increase of wages But the Reading company hasback down and itsaction is doubtless I pical of the notion of other co plnlesTheynU declared th would have nothing to do with ti the men and would not nccodo their demands Now they have vi r tually acceded to the most impo ant of them It is the duty of tin men to consider it It might bo that they could get tin companystore abolished if the Rea ing is ono of the offenders in this particular and could get powd rates according to the open market I and make satisfactory arrangements as to weighing As we uddersta the grievance if these things tivo modified together with the 10 percent increase in wages everything would bo satisfactory In any ere President Mitchells attitude is n commendable He 4s honor bound 3to make good his word It is real 1 a matter of formfor the miners kno that but for the union their doman would never have been listened to 3and any settlement that comes possible only because the union made the fight Call at the St Bernard Store fo 3H N Martin Co S Original Gree Trifle Tobacco What Saves America Henry Clay Trumbull one of the brightest minds of our day the editor of the Sunday School Times which is worldwide in its circula tion says America has been proc tically saved to Chirstlanity and ti religion of the Bible1 by the Sunda school4 This Is a great testimony and it is undoubtedly true The Sundayschool Is the only school whore the Bible is the text book The International Convention with its auxiliaries In every State a Province and these in turn wit towrn form a great network of conventions Which are stronger in their power Ithan all physical force to advance morality and righteousness Mr Marion Lawrence the General Secretary of the International Conven pleasetd the International Sunday echo work Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam A physician can prescribe Dr O tos Spruce Gum Balsam The Fa youCough0 r Larfg0 r sale by St Bernard Drug Drugstore For a Beautiful Complexion Take Dr Carl atedta German Liver Powder Moved to Morganfetdr Ed StodghlIlandfamily this week their household goods to Morganfleld They will go to tli wire splendid people and we regret to give them upbut our loss Morganfields gain AirStodghllls o giveprompt11 n is resting as well as could bo ex pected BRONCHITIS common cold ifnotcured itbecomes Ibronchitisremodfor DEBullCOUCH BroochJtJsPoerirecommend iLPritC35 eta AtaUdh1ZrllUl I IituiJoS IIl1 r JI Ii L HELD FOR WOMEN WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED td not feel Very well 1amO tired all the time not know is tint matter with met You hear these wordovery day M often as you meet friends just BO often are these words repeated More than likely y6uspeak the same significant words yourself and no doubt you do foal far from well most of the time Mrs Ella lllccof Chelsea Wis whoseportraltwopubUsh writes that she suffered for two with bear Inldown pains headache backache and had all kindsof miserable feelings all of whichwas caused by falling and inflammation of the womb and after doctoring with physicians and numer ous medicines she was entirely cured by tae ELLA RICH Comr painsVreluctance to go anywhere headache rctorcto remedy which will relieve you of your- suffering as it did Nrs Rice Proof PinkIesullerlngwomenho haslla Mrs Pinkham her experience- Br Is greater than that of any living per getherCLUBSreTwo Organized in the EarHmjton Pre Membershipof cltIzenByl clubIswas organized last week and this o latter was organized Jast night The meetings of tho McKinley Club are on Thursday nights and of the Wednesdaynightsa membership of over one hundred they are enthusiastically at nightrJoke that these clubs possess some good speakers among their owp prosnvice president SR Driver secretary and Ed Todd secretary of tho Roosevelt Cht had not been chosen when this went to press ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B IeBottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn skfnsocompany Do scabs andscale form on the Skin Hair or Soalp Have Eczema Skin sore and- cracked Rash form on tho skin BollshJoints Falling Hair All run- Down Old Sores rheas purities and Poisons in the blood To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever skin to become clear and the breath sweat B D B is just the remedy Thorofreaders are advised to try B B Bef For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle six large bottles full treat meat f6 Complete directions with testrfor it Address BDOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe our trouble and Free personal meilicaladvico given Uncle Ed Comby Dead Unole Ed Comby one of the oldest of this county died at his residence at BarnsleYJTuesdny morning at 4 lUr Y was born in England but moved to youngmnnhis life In Hopkins county Tho do ceased was a quiet unassuming Christian gentleman one was knewhimAfterfuneral0 S Jupln and JasA Burden his Earlingtontontends Its sympathy to tho bereaved A TIMELY HINT rickDratiwill be free from malaria typhoid fever cold LiverPowderor year Celrf try Dr Ottoi SpruM Gum Oat um Price 26o and 60 a Bottle por sale br Bernard Drug Store Rev HM Currie went to Madi odayFromthere withiffyI J t t v fI 1J f t j if i t J fr J fEYAliSVlLLEfMTERRE IlAUTERRl THROIIGB SERVICE Vta L i NP TIL and CL liP Jto 2VatJbuJed Through Trains Q + to ChkaRO A- TbreHh Back SlMftn tod Dtr Coatis New OrlMM t Calcase t J- IYAUYIUa r P ramiaa Q P a nttHaiXA 08xnrZIo RUnYpl nJ i NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA iAND oj r ST LOUIS RAILWAY t DIXIE FLYER 4 O l PULLMAN PALACEISLEEPING CARS Between St Louts and Jaeksouvthorvia Martin Nashville ChattanoogatMacon and Lake City 4 QUICKSTEP M PULLMAN PALACE ie SLEEPING CARS Between St Louis and Atlanta via Evansville Nashville and Chatta nooga V Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars also between St Louis and Chattanooea via Martin and Nashville Nash vlllo and Now York via Ohatta nooga Knoxville Ashovlllo Wash Baltimore and Philadelphia Nashville and Memphis via Mo Konzio and L N a Palace Day Coaches on all Trains H F SMITH W L DANLEY Traffic MgT Gonl Pass AstIXASUVIIAE TENN i II You Are Going North II You An Going Southi JUYou Are Going East rUYou Aro Going West 1 I PUMHA aC TtCKCTB VIA The 9Lwlantu a NASMVIUC R Rl AIM a flown q 7h Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates d wia1MCo ATMOHC 01 A LotnamuqI EM OBit AOEc- TMISSOURI PACIFICRAILWAY The Great Through Lino From f St Louis to Kansas City St Joe Omaha Pueblo Denver and Salt Lake City Try the Now Fast Train KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED 4 IRON MOUNTAIN ROU1 The Memphismd ARKANSAS AND WEST AND SOUTHWESTf Reclining i Jsaland I g information call on your local ticket S agent or write R T G MATTHEWS S T AW 804 W Main St LoulsviUe Ky l HC TOWNSEND G PTAtSt Louis Mo Foleys Kidney Curey k gukolddoey and Madder rifhfc TarMealsI I J i jII 4 i l THE BEE EARUMBTON KYf j J-I Jroo 4 1 r I t Jt NEFO IS IJILtIVINC 1 I 6H II fbjin Brwhcr anc Jud rtonn Making i V Republhan Votes 4yi USTIC JS TlUKS 1 iEV A E iJBLfMI 1 Nbbo is still botmlnfc Our streets t resent a Liisy npiaatanco W6rk has obnurieuced on Jle LaW brick istoro nid Will bt pusho I forward Dr Tllford has bqvig t tho Mitob oil pr pertynnds IraYfng the old storehouse tern dcwi Tad will en large tha dwelling I The vOrko hen nvlnctory be I ing pushed A few farmers lfve sold Uidlr to bacco For once th buyers arc moro anxious tItian the sailors e Bro J F Story filled its regular appointmqnt Saturday nfteruopu jl and Sunday c Ii Farmois ore yer1 bust sowing I A YhQa anJ gras V Thbcprn crop is yoiy lipht tor over half the Usual avot Ago Hogs are scarce and ui Jorstzo 3 Boro to Mr and Mrs Svill Hodge ft son 1 Ira Ford and sister returned Sat jurday night from Muhlonborg whore they had been visiting for several days ill t T Hainby and wife Of Empire I visited tho family of Allen Camp lieU Saturday and Sl1m ayiI Mr Ezoll and wife of Earllngloh v visited in Nobo Sunday JoeCamlbeliof Ofoftoh vlsltdd l isis father Sunday We had our usual allowance of J speeches during tho past week First came Rev J B Boatman t who spoko Tuesday night to a good II toJbeobo His exposition of the Goebol democracy was logical and roason able and yet they did not deny a f single assertion ho made V On Friday Hon E T Franks hnd I appointment to speak but owing to tho fact that tho farmers woro 4 very busy only abut ono hundred turned out to hoar him To these ho talked for a short time and being very hoarse he begged to bo ex I cused On Saturday night Mr John Brasher and Judgo Nunn came down from Madlsonvlllo to ellcotirI age tho faithful Wo are not much p of a judge yet wo could not keep p fjroni thlnklngthat they were in the niploy of the Bepubllcau campaign committee If they make any t Johnges it will bo in favor of lhoI Republican party We never could j carry Hopkins County until f01II years ago whon they canvassed theI county and If they will only con tinuo we will have no trouble Int carrying the county for McKinleyI and Yorkes We regard as gentlemenbutaublime or at least only a stepl t i JU ll except bad onesI t There ire hun dredsofcoughmedi cines whicnrelieve coughs allcoughs except badonesi l The medicine which r has been curing the S worst of bad coughs for oyears is Ayers II Ghery Pcctortlm r Iiaere ic ccctt t1e j troubt j wkba JIttattd wvgk on Atr litngt frratrtt ytan One day I thoughtIof how AIMS Cterrf saved the life of my sUter after the doctors had all given herup to i I die SoX purchased two bottleet jandit cured my wife q t i It took only one bottle tocure my pBieter So you see that tbree bet t f Ities one dollar each saved two f i lives We all send you our heartTr I felt thanks orwhat you have form JHBosGBMacoeCoL Jan 13 1899 14 Now fottl1c mttcJosl tciaget i trial bottle of Qtettf al for ag cents Ask S your drogst- o Jr t r r nijRLL8FOR VENGEANCE- mpIeteti Lfit 01 Piptcstarit Mis lonaj es L iowt to Ecjt Been tille tiln1hJni T MAKES P FEAKFUL ARHAI MEHT LnViticznd CMlcre IjIrjm lufitt Slit HhttJed b r tlinF nat cHliltxeiii 4 iot3erU i orihoio iitC3Zfltt I ornd 1 iu 10- k uve Lccn limed NIo tlt Oct ot com lew Mt i f InjviitQrt mis luua oH JIII to lilW tj led li mt e boUutln o thu Joxer rjoyen ent to Hei mli A has h m rcuied JY tl Am om BheBolcty rrom Kov Jon H4t 1 1ugi t lia ShDirnal- RH 1 HOWl M9roolton In KNourch jr Jncland mission Paqtlnf til June 3HHoV P E Blm cox IJUUInn Ja MIII Jimcox London Fayorav1HeJuly 1Rcv H T Pltkln SMorrillDagna11MrsCooper aU the ChIna Inland mla lon 3OMluWhltchurch fleolngfromMiliaKingarnl MIls F E MildHeavllman part Is not confirmed they are put In the mIJBIngAt CheKlantr July 21 and Thompsontwotihostcr Rev O Po Ward Mm Ward one child Miss Sherwood Hiss Thlrgood EnqlandEnrouteRice July 13 Mr Saundera baila July 27 Mr SftUfldOZ1 child Jessie aMlssI3aptistBuynon three children all of the British and Foreign Dlb e society Mr chUdlMrsthe China Inland mission England Unaccounted For The following is a list of the mis Bionnrics who are unaccounted for to late September 5 It only Includoa those who were in the provinces most affected by the Boxer troubles vizj ChlhLt and slum BI The last word from tho following who were stationed In northern Shan SI was May 8 Mrli1 McKee Mrs McKee I Anson Mrs Anson Mrs Aspeden Miss MrsJPerHonAUEngvail FL PeteraonjMr O E ICarl berg A Iiedlund alt of EnglandThe was Juno 30Mr Ogren Mrs 05rtenJMr Peat Mrs Peat Miss Dobson hUrn Idles NathanMIHUenvllmaBarrett Mr Woodroffe Dr Hewett all of the Thina Inland mIuiQn Believed to Have Beel Killed It is Believed that all of the mis sionaries who wore in Tat Yuen Fu at the time of Miss Coombs death were massacred on tho Oth of July The following missionaries are known tb have been in Tal Yuen Fu at time of tho reported massacre have doubtless perished Inel d- Ing1tUHCoombs There are only 31 names which Is six short of the num ber said to have boon massacred ac cording to Chinese official reports tit H Js knpwn that those living at urfledbyTat Yuen because as tbe afterward said1 they were unwilling to kill the missionaries and sent them to Yu Hfllcri the governor io btitcher A Orewsome List Supposed td have been killed at Tal PlggottMrsone child Rev W O Stokes Mrs Stokes Rev J tllmpon Mrs Simpson Rev A Hoddlc Miss Duvalall of the Shaoyang mission Rov O E Mrs StewartHevMr C Oborg Mrs 0 Forsberg BJombergholm E Jacobsen Anderson Mrs E Anderson M Book Mrs Book A Sand berg A E Palm Miss E Erlckaon O Rlngmark Mrs O Rlngmark F NysttomMissMrs C A Larsen Mrs A Larsen OI Lundberg Mrs C L Lund berg seventeen children In the mission all of them Christian and Missionary alliance American More Unaccounted For hidIngMrMiss Way nil of the China In EnglandIn LI the follow In are unaccounted forMr OroeneMrs OreolleLtwochlldrenltll8S Gregg all of Englant- These people are reported co In the hands of the Boxers It a place SO miles from Tien Tsln Mr Griffith Mrs ant fith Mr Brown of the China Inland mis don England these tiireepeoplo are lIuP posed to bL n the jail at ShuenTek- Rev W A McCurrachlMrs McCurracht Rev H of the En glllhBPtlstmI8lOn Rev Atwater ClapppMiss ofJtheA IlocapltulatloB witieecapeOithesend U2 single 39 4 In the abov total there are the follow ng Americans 26 men1 24 women lir married and S single lnd20 children total ee Americans Total killed about whose death there anbenQflueetlon 11 men 6 married womon 13 ipgl f wrtmrtrij 13 children to jOfAmericans Three men 1 married worn ang single women 3 children total J3 i fiOBOKEH HORROR 1iECALLEDt he JTorth German Lloyd Stcam bJ Companr Vlll Erect a Monn meat to the Victims j New York Oct 10 Officials pf the JNorth German Lloyd Steamship Co have ownrflcd a contracted for Q mon ument Mbe erected in a plot owned y the company in n cemetery In North HudBohj In memOry of the IiQt ons yh lost thqlr lives In the great iflro that destroyed tfyo piors and Bteamerj of the company at Hobpkcn Jit no Juh r 1j I t pr iLth PUNISHMENT FOR PRINCES The Chinese 1rlncei and Tbelr Abettor to Do 1unlihedat the Behest of the Power Pekln Sunday Oct 7 via Tien rain Oct 8 arid Shanghai Oct drrust worthy Chinese reports say that the dowager empress is seriously ill fct JFal Yuan Fu Province of ShanSi and the free hand Of the emperor in affairs of state of late is regarded as c reportsAdemand has been transmitted to 34 Hung Chang This saya that Ying NIen president of the ccnsorato Yang Yl presldent punIehment I Prince Chwang Duke Teal Lan nud Prince Ylk will be sentenced to life Imprisonment and that Prinn Juan will be banished to the imperial null SlbcrlanfronIer ing the Boxers NEARLY SIXTEEN THOUSAND The umber of Doer Prisoner In DrltlnU Hatidn and They Keep Surrendering London Oct 7A dispatch received from Lord Roberts dated Friday Oc tober 5 says The numberof prisoners captured or surrendered Is daily increasing I and must now aggregate nearly 10000 menCommandant Mullen has surrendered to Clery and Commandnat Dirkscn and others are on their way to Pretoria to surrender- A detachment of the London Irish partyofDoerst1ear but had to retire after three hours fighting with six men wounded Tho Boors suffered heavily A MINNESOTA TORNADO One Entire Family of Six Victims of tho Storm One Man Dlowa a Quarter of a Mile Dhvalilk illni Oct S fiutunliy n tornado passed through a Flnlander Bcttltmcnt on Pike river about two miles north of JBlwnbik wiping out an entire family of six husband wife rnd four children The body of Marowltz the man that was missing Saturday after the tor nado passed Bawabik was found n quarter of a mile away from his house on the rocks In a horribly multllatcd condition William Kclmstrom who had his bkull fractured another tornado vie tim died last night at the hospital here THREE HUNDRED LIVES LOST Awful Results of the Gale of Scptcra tier 12 on the Ora a Dank Other Disaster St Johns N F Oct 10 According to reports from St Pierre 17 fishing vessels that were operating on the Grand Banks during the gale of September 12 are still mIssIngwith crews aggregating over two hundred men A number of other vessels that have arrived hero within the last few days have reported a loss of one to seven men each The fatality list probably exceeds three hundred A serious disaster has visited a number of Newfoundland fishing han bors Burin on the west side of the Placentla bay alone losing 35 men THREE DEAD BODIES IN WELLS People In tho Vicinity In a State of Terror Working to Solve the Mystery Wihlpeg Map Oct toThe people In the district of Bolssevaln Maui lohtf are In a state of terror Yes terday the dead body of an unknown woman was found in a well making three bodies including those of C Caw and J Smith discovered on Sun day No motive for the murder of the woman can be given anti provo incial and city officers and detectives are hard at work on the case RequisitiOn for Oil Magnates St Louis Oct 10 Requisition pa pers from Gov ASuyera of Texas for the extradition of John D Rockefeller Henry M Flaglcr and other Stan dard 011 magnates wore delivered to Gov Roosevelt at the Planters hotel The extradition papers are based on criminal charges of violation of the antitrust laws ot Texas Now Orleans BUy New Orelans Oct 10The1Ushof Texas cotton through this port Is giv- Ing rise to unprecedented conditions- IJp tb Monday the Texas TPaciflc re hdd been about jDOOOp bales more than they were last season coiiti SeptemberInv Victim ofJJael lbl 8Be- Qll ifQV Oct 8Anan who was brought hero from ffovaal on the Clyde jut Tjelpy Glasgow nnd re at city hospital on Sep tember 20 dIed there yesterday of the bubonic plague Amcrlcau Pine Product Co Berlin Oct 9Thu American Pine Products Co has just been organized at Hamburg to absorb two firms that have been importing from Savannah The new concern is a joint stock jjompany with a capital of 1000000 nark r GUFE FOR r- TOilMin Ug FOR GALVESTON SUFFERERS Oue Hundred Thounnnd Dollar In the Principal Fnnd flcldei Special Contributions Philaaclphla Oct 8The cash con trlbutiona by the citizens of this citv to the relief fund of the Texas flood sufferers has now exceeded 100000 rind a considerable farther Increase is daysNearlyto Gov Saycrs of Texas and Is entire ly exclusive of numerous trainloada of provisions clothing drugs and other articles sent In response to tHe appeal of tho governor The Red 1Cross society of this city which has sent considerable cash and cloth engsRedInwhich are being shipped as rapidly na possible and money Is1 still belnjj placed in glass bowls stationed in the central part of the city SAYSHE ROBBED HIS BROTHER rank W Prayers ot New York Surrendered to the Police at San Fvaaolico givIng has surrendered himself to the police alleging that he robbed his brother D R Travers of 41 Park Row Now saythatcash drawer after his brother had re fused to lend it to him DECIDEDLY TOO REALISTIC A TenYcurOlO Boy flamed to Death by Companion While Playing Indian Trenton NJOOt 7Eddlo Me Bride ten years old died from burns received while playing Indian with companions McBride was tied to a stake and his clothing saturated with foybrokehome where he died FARMERS LOSS IS HEAVY Severe Rain and Electrical Storm Over the Upper Mississippi Val I ICT The River are Up La Crosse WIOet7kA severs ruin storm accompanied by a terrific electrical display swept over the upper Mississippi valley Friday night The principal damage done is to the fnrmcjs and their loss will be heavy The recent rains have caused tre mendous rises on the Chippewa and Black rivers All this water will reach the Mississippi in a few daya THE POSTAL BALANCE SHEET Expenditures In Excess of Revenue for the Last Fiscal Year 48044 Y ttoWashlngtIIheet of the post tti1to dprt etJ- ust completed shows the following condition for the past year Expenditures 107240298 revenue 102354570 excess of expenditures 4604718 This is about 1500000 less than tho deficit for tho preceding fiscal year After half a Century Fano 111 Oct 6Tudgo Ames gamted a decree of divorce to Susan A Poor from W H Poor Thursday Mrs Poor was also given 1500 all mony Tho case is a peculiar and even pathetic one Mr and Mffi Poor BUB each 70 years old They have lived together over fifty years and last May celebrated their golden wed ding They have reared a family of children oil of whom are married and with children of their own But Mrs Poor in her petition alleged cruelty and Incompatibility and the court granted her appeal Died In Luzon Mountains Washington Oct 6Gen MacAr thur reports to the war department that five soldiers died in tho moun talus of Laguna province after hay ing made their escape from the insur gents by whom they had been cap tur d Fell Dead at Dinner Centralia Ill Oct GAnton Mar chi aged 72 years dropped dead at the Broadway hotel Thursday while eating dinner owing to apoplexy Mrt Marchi was a native of Switzerland and had no relatives in this country Charged with Forgery Now York Oct GAlbert T Pat rick and Charles F Joneswere arrested Thursday on charges of having forged the name of William Marsh Rice to checks aggregating 270000 Patrick was arrested in the vaults of tne ftcw York Safe Deposit Co I Resumed Work Bloomsburg Pa Oct 5Tho Danville rolling mills have resumed work after an idleness of several months No Pardon for Cadaver DealerI Nashville Tenn Oct 6Oov Me Mlilin of Tennessee has denied a pe tition for pardon filed by E D and rank Thompson of Memphiscadavcr dealers awl former leading undertak ers They were for years county un dertakers and sold bodies UyesvlUe O Partly Burned Marietta 0 Oct 6 Yesterday morning at three cafire start cd In the livery barn of A Todd at Byesvilie Guernsey county It spread until thQ central part of the town is In ruins noip- Inilictmeut Charging Fraud Lincoln InOct 6An indictment has been returned against fpur men charging fraud in the award of the contract for plumbing ori the new lufldtngt the Illinois asylum for fcbjInded chthil en r t 1II rJ k rJ r 1 GENERANOE WHEELER c PRAISES PERUNA FOR OAT RRH nir Wt11tAVtWMfJ t4 Iff T 11kiW JOE WHEELERS CHABGE AT SAN JUAN HILL Major General Joseph Wheeler commanding the cavalry forces In front of Santiago and the author ofliTho San tiago Campaign In speaking of the groat catarrh remedy P6rnna says jl joint with Senators Sullivan Roach and MoEnery in their good opinion of- Poruna It recommended to mo by those who have used It as an excellent tonlo andpartionlarly effective as a euro for oatarrh United States Senator MoEnery Hon S D McEndry United States Senator romLoulslana says tho following laregard to Poruna- PorunavU Is an excellent tonic I have used It sufficiently to say that I bolloTO it tobe all thatyou claim for i- tSf D McKuery Now Orleans Louisi ana Hecla Items Ed Casey has returned from a few weeks vacation and takes his old machine and is now cutting coal BC Bostick and family have re turned home from a visit in 5hris tian county John Carroll our mno foreman while working with ashop drill had a small piece of tho drilling dust to fly in his eye which caused him a great deal of pain for several days Messrs Abe Ford John Hogan and William Borders wore elected trustees of Hecla school district last SaturdaySeveral of our boys attended the Seferee speaking last Monday night and gave in their names as members of the Yerkes olQb which was organized Miss Kate Borders is having the chillsMr Williams who was reported quito sick last week is still very It J His daughter of Kansas City- Ltjhiebedsido and has employeda trained nurse to take care of him Blanche Wilson has typhoid fever William Barnes one of our double team drivers was caught between the cars last Tuesday and very badly bruised up but not seriously Mrs Andy Sisk is having chills Miss Sue Burr called here Tuesday ItForty yours success In the South remedyforBetter than Quinine Guaranteed Try It At flrugglsts 60o and 100 bottles A Hopkins County Orator Lett F McLaughlin surprised his friends by the excellent speech he made at Hanson on Saturday night Dr Wailer spokeof itas an oration and other citizens wore loud in their expressions gratification A prom inent Democrat who came it is said vidontl1thought issues as Mr McLaughlin presented them as he left without attending to the duty assigned him Lett isn farmers boy thQ son of Ben Mo LaughUn of the Pond river country He took first prize at the law scfiool where he graduated and is certainly destined for honor6in the future It Is exasperating oone who knows Foleys Honey and Tar and knows what it will do to have ft deal er recommend something else as just the same I or just as good for coughs croup la grippe etc Campboll Co Contractor Manion of Henderson who moved the Dubolsson house from tho now Masonio Temple site is moving the frame house occupied adjjolnl1igbulldlngto cottage Mrs P on that lot United States SenatopSuHivant- MI desire to say that I have been tail lug Poruna for some time for catarrh and hayo found It an excellent medicine giving mo moro relief than anything X havo over t kenivv Sullivan Ox fordMiss United StatesSenattmRoaohP- ersuaded by a friend I hive nEed Poruna as a tonic and ami glad to tee tify that it has greatly helped me tnl strength vigor and appetlte I have boon advised by friends that it la re markably efficacious as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh W N Roach tarlmorfi North Dar kota A froo book on catarrh sent to any address by Tho PernnaDmgJiLeg Co Columbus Ohio Mortons Gap Notes Davis of the country visited relatives here last week Mrs Joe Long and children of Mayfield who have been relatives here left for Madlsonviflo- Friday Mrs Dicy Davis of Madisonville is visiting her son G M Davis Annie Grasty visited In Earling ton last week The members of the Baptist church gave an entertainment at White Plains Saturday night and report a large audience positionmonths vacation Earl Jagoe has accepted a position with G M Davis BroT where he manyllrlendS Mr Coyle employs extra help for Saturday and Sunday Dr E TAImon met with a pain beingthrownhis right wrist The many frio Uftfee Brown ling will- Is be ji 45 i tbe1mprovlftg4 jt Tg SlaW ttiAfter exposure or when you rSa FoleysHoneytlmoCampbellQo Thor tenement house has been occuplelbytheHouse and the excavation at once Monday Contractor Farns- worth and the building committee artanged with Schmotzer Barnett to furnish the rough lumber for the building They will begin to deliver a time and guarantee to fill the bill without delay Ihave always used Foloys Hqnoy and Tar cough medicine and it the best in the world Take no substitute Campbell Co Senator E GK Mills of Wisconsin nightwll1people VinsonLovelace Melvin Vlnson and Nora Loyelace were married at the residence of William Kelley last Sunday night at 7 oclock Rev J A Burden of feinting Ernest McLemore of Madison ville was here Sunday afternoon YoA NIBBET President 0W WADDILL Cashier HOPKINS COUNTY BANKMADISONVILLE Gaplal Stock 50000 Transacts a general banking bus ness and the account of the citizens of Hopkins and adjoining counties Has the finest and most secure vault in this section Kentucky + + + + + 4 4 + ++ 4m t p SINGLE AND DOUBLE TEAMS = i 0 SADDLE HORSES I Li 1BRNETTcj lXl1Z7 It I i LItLtoYczAlVL I 1 HEARSE PECAlTYi iHEAVY HAULING AND TWORKA p t + 4I t I r m4 = t w r 4 rwtOLEdr u y + i 14 To THEBEEEARL1NGTQN KYr tI 7 iii c A flr no- ti 1 1 1 ee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher a v SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Years 100 iThreoMonths 2G 60 Single Copies G imen copies mailed free on application s r Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county us for par ticulars Telephone No 12-I r THURSDAY OCTOBER II 1900 r REPUBLICAN TICKET b w 1 TT For President WILLIAM MoKINLEJ 11 f For VicePresident ROOSEVELTj THEODORE For Governor I I JOHN W YERKES i For Oongress WILLIAM LYNCH Of Hopkins County Goy ROOSEVELT in Hopkins J RoughRider1 r perhapts a motion to adjourn but he did h vote to admit the Mormon to i r Congress HAS Ruby Laffoph made a speechat Baugh s school house i this year That is the burning i question which the windjammers should discuss Gov W 0 BRADLEY delivered Iifmagnificent speech in Louis ville and has a long list of ap tu enefert hint Ho vas heard at Princeton yesterday Gov ROOSEVELT at Madison vile Saturday at 916 in the morning Judge W H Yost the distinguished Kentucky lawyer t and independent Democrat will speak with him there JSomfear has been expressed f New Yorjc ac uaintance is limited since it re flt fers to the American sugar trust as Republican in politics The M Havemeyers are notorious Demo j lTIlE most prominent German newspaper in the United States rtho New York Staats Zeitung j come out for McKinley This action is expected to strengthens McKinley several thousand votes in Greater New York if JOHN and Bob are exceedingly anxious to get Bryan to come through Hopkins to offset the ef fects of the Roosevelt tour Well Bryan made all the speech the Democrats want at Louisville the other day but it is unfortunate r from a Republican standpoint that Mr Bryan should not come 5 7 OVER 10000000 in money have been shipped from the Na tional Treasury to Various sub Treasurie8 for the movement of the cotton crop This is nearly double the amount sent out fpr this purpose last year The Spuths prosperity needs no em sizingI lI Moss is a sure win t nor in the Third Congressional 1 district The campaign managers s PP have ceased to consider his elec M tion doubtful and are devoting T t their energies to other fields tirI fC j k Svon some of John Rheas best Jfriendsand supporters say lie i- a s t ftead beaten c ITHB feeling of the citizens of tJie Blue Grass city of Lexington I rp which has bean thescene of Goe S Ijjelism and violence is expressed f f R t ThnahexeCP1G e fJMIllor j n- i 4o W l 0t t k I I j rr i I I OLD DOLL USELESS l i i I j Never mind Willie Tou can play with this dolly awblleSt Paul Pi eneer Press record shows a Republican gain of over 1000 4a Democratic loss of 497 They are for civil liberty Theywant honest elections I THE Hustler in its leading edi torial of Friday last titled Ding iey law brings prosperity to trusts enumerated most of the repubs some reason t outof its list Democratic National I Chairman Jones round cotton bale trust and Richard Orokers trustGov ROOSEVELTS coming which was heralded in THE BEE last week has stirred to the depths the patriotic enthusiasm of every citizen who loves his country We greet a statesman and a soldier of world renown and the reception to our distinguished guest will be halfhearted in no particular THE Republican policy of co ercinglfiepebpre 6f this ountry by means of better wages and general prosperity still on The strike in the anthracite coal region collapses under the coer cion of an increase of 10 per cent Let the good work go on Hurrah for General Coercion Louis ville Evening Post YOUTSE was driven almost mad in court Tuesday by testimony against him and cried its a lie He made several frantic efforts to get at the witness until he was exhausted in the struggle Court was ad journed and he was taken to his cell where the doctor had to quiet him with opiates The incident temporarily at least dethroned his reason So goes the persecu tion ONE of Hopkins countys most prolific school district Democratic stump speakers is opposed to potato trusts sugar trusts oil trusts and accuses his political opponents of being their daddy but his hearers are daily re minded that he represents the insurance trust against which a number of Demoratic demagogues who hold office as Com jnonwealths Attorneys in Ken tucky have made a vote catching grandstand play of prosecution INDIANA miners are again plot ting to invade Kentucky and stop the steady work at Kentucky mines We suggest to the mine owners in Indiana that if they have any vicious fellows they want to getrid of that they send them at the head of the proposed invasion If any in vaders come they will get a real Kentucky welcome Hopkins County is especially ready for a gang like that- Squirrels are now ripe YESTERDAYS dispatches said House Bill 10i had passed both Senate and House and was now up for the acting governors signature But the reports were meagre as to the bill itself Ie lI must be considered fair billelse the Senate would not lidse passed it by a vote of 80 to1ras reported With a fair election n law Yerkes will sweep the Stat with an overwhelming majority The Commercial says the election bill was made a special prderjfpr Friday itf WE are able to give this wee r another able state paper in tne fullreport of oxGov WO Bradleys speech delivered in the auditorium at Louisvill- Monday night We also present our readers a graphic account of Hon John W Yerkes meeting in Mercer County the home of Jack Qhinn where rowdies took part and a timely article oh th manysided Roosevelt In fact THE BEE has been guilty ofgiv ing its readers all the goo things and still pleads guilty ONE distinguishing differe between a Democratic and a Re publican speaking in Earlington and generally in the county is that Republicans and Brown Democrats go to hear the Goebel Democratic speakers and consti tute a good proportion of thei audiences while the Goebel Democrats generally absent themselves from Civil Liberty meetings and keep all thei friends away whom they can in fluence A public spirited lib eral citizen is not afraid of the truth Come out and hear it MR CHAS L STEWART editor of the Louisville Dispatch has announced that ho cannot vote for William J Bryan and gives his reasons in a letter to the Young Mens Democratic Club in which he asks that his name be stricken from the rolls of thaHclub He has also letter to Mr Carter president of the Dispatch Publishing Company tendering his resignation in the event it is deemed advisa ble on account of his change in politics Mr Stewart is a tal ented and brainy young man whose editorials have attracted wide attention and he has proven and is proving that he has the courage of his convictions whether those convictions be right or wrongThe Club The Yerkes Club is expanding Its numbers grog daily If you havent joined bring or send in your name now The opera house has been engaged for every Monday evening during the camt- paignfor the meetings club and an will be made to have a goodmeeting on each Monday night Let all come out nextMonday night and bring now members or report their names and lets make the club grow By individual and united effort only may we hope to pile up in Kentucky the overwhelm ing majority for Yerkes neces spry to paralyze the Goebel machine Boy BltCurrig wm fill his first appointment at Neb next Sunday J BLACKBURNS VILE ATTACK Jo Blackburn has forgotten his pntnershipvitrlcGmvd and ii- I the political extremity of his party has shown the cloven foot of malice fits to grace his Satanic OwellsboroMondayI of the Courier Journal pronounc on himself a common liar and blackguard He assorts that Yerkes had defended assassina tion after it was done and further that If Jim Howard who fired the shot and Caleb Powers who helped to plan it and Bill Taylor are to be hanged or sent to the penitentiary another suit of striped clothes ought to be provided for John Yerkes Blackburn and his adherents are in sore straits when they conclude that their political necessities demand that they attempt to smirch the character of Mr Jno W Yerkes whose pub lic and private career they have searched in vain for a vulnerable point Mr Yerkes has continu ally denounced the assassination of Goobel since he was first heard on this question and in as forci ble if more chaste language than Blackburn and his numerous fel low blasphemers and character assassins on the stump in Ken tucky Mr Yerkes is the highest type of a Kentucky gentleman morally mentally and physically and is beyond the reach of the villianoiis thrusts of common liars and blackguards n Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the tltoegrandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion on Biliousness Doctors were scarce dicitisNervousProstratlonorHeartfailure Flower to glean out the and undlgcstedfoodI ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all thby withdonly need a few doses of Greens AUgll t Flower 1n liquid form to nothingesale by St Bernard drug store Born to Mr and Mrs Maurice Colbert a fine baby girl on the 10th Mother and babe are doing well Consumption Cured Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam ifrwitha slight coughorcold n This is where consumption its start and if youiU use Dr Ottos Gum Balsam will cure throatrdiseases consumption Delay in at tending to a slight cough may cost you your life Large bottles Price 25c and GOc For sale by St Bernard Drugstore A regiment of hough Riders in uniform escorted Qov Roosevelt in a procession at Streator Ill IThe editor of the Tordville Ky Miscellaneous writes as a postscript- to a business letter II was cured o kidney trouble bjr taking Foleys Kidney Cure Take nothing else Campbell tt Co F V ZIMME- RAttorrieyatLaw MADISONYILLE KY Will practice in the Courts of Hop kins and adjoining counties t sw FINK WORK I For Fine Watch Work Clock Work and Jew dry Repairing call on WG BARTE- RLNRRTime Inspector Earlington Ky- ISALL MY NORM GU9 ANT EDI N r oio4POoe a HomeX Repair louse Ii I l Now is the time this kind of work i PUT YOUR HOUSEIN ORDER I For Spring nhd Summer iMake your nest comfortable IWE HA MillVETHE5TUFFi Doors Blinds Mantels Grates Builders Hardware Etc Etc OUR PLAKNG MILL RUNS EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR And we can furnish all orders on short notice You Kniw till Firm We Will Treat You Right I RDBYS PLANING MILL I i WEST 01 L I N DEPOT MADISOWVILLE KENTUCKY tNN NNN1Ni1NNNNNNNNNON 1 f4 1GOOD THINGS If you have the palate of an epicure or atsweot tooth each can be satisfied to the full from our shelves 1 It counters which are 1 and Loaded With All the Good Things the Earth Produces tI v No moro choice and complete line of r y things good to eat can be found in any store except a large city grocery notsituated1 any hencoop of a town and our f customers know a good thing when they see it Hence we are able to MilCarry a magnificent stock of Grocer t f ies and to sell them at close figures hBuy your eating from our shelves and you will have a good taste in your mouth for a month BtBernarlGenIStore tr 1 Jo IfF I Eight Rooms Hall+ Closets Bays Bath Attic Balcony Porches add Cel tar TELEPHONE NO3 V TWJVi eN Build a for Sash jvV 1 YOU WANT 3iij A Sf I TurnKey Job Modern Up Date ts t I Twentieth Residence BuslncssHousoOhurchoranotbcr fclass of building done promptly and S in firstclass style to or ad s dress cord to r lie 10 Specificationsdrawn on Work and materials oheerfullyIgiven Correspondence p j Iri 1 AT CO5J PRICE t I t I W ill sail for cash at cost Iss thi I f fri ghffitw ntfr f 4 w stock of t I j Furniture Coffi sEfc tEE C0ZART+ + l+ ki+ iiju k+ k f i ii i M + j 1 i r r j to i EARLINGTON 1 KENTUCKY oiJf4t ARE YOU GOING O BUILD Ifs write or call on me and get I plan of your house barn Specialattontion skotcht s J YaxIe L Lori Qp1 Villc kCy Box2o OHIceoverPDJtolflceNlnth Street I I I ft f 1 4 I r r I k ti THE BEE EARUNGTON KY p t LOCAL NEWS r Miss Lizzie Dean Is now telephone operator at the Esrlington exchange Born to Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryan on Monday mornings a fine boy The longest drouth since 1850 at i Rlchland Ky was broken by a heavy rain Saturday night it Mr and Mrs W D Crenshaw wore made happy early last week 1I over the arrival of a little daughter j Roy B M Ourrlo preached some f excellent sermons at the ME church South to goodaizod congre gations last Sunday and made a fine impression Rev R M Wheat filled his pulpit at MainStreet Owonsboro last Sun day and Is delighted with his new charge He will movo his family to Owonsboro in a short time b Tim Osborno Lumber Company has been organized at Qwonsboro with capital stock of 15000 to operate planing mill etc which will bo vro moved from MIddlesbbro to Owens boro A letter from Prof E B Bourland says ho is well pleased with Lexing ton and also Kentucky University J whloh institution he entered several t weeks ago to take a Theological course A recent letter from a member of the family of Mr James Sullivan says they are now pleasantly located InAtlanta but that thoy still think of their old Kentucky homo and friendsf Rov 0 SJupin filled his first ap- r pointment at the M E church last i Sunday mornlngland preached an in teresting sermon to tho edification of his hearers He preached at a country appointment near Norton yule Sunday night Messrs F V Zlmmor and Thos I E Finley addressed the people of Richland Friday night speaking for the civil liberty campaign In Kentucky and the Republican na tional ticket Both gentlemen made good speeches and they had a big audience The adherents of the honest count idea inRichland neighborhood are in earnest and at work The Prohibition special passed through Earllngton Saturday morn Ing about 1035 In a brisk shower Mr White nominee for governor and W M LikJns came on the coach platform and Mr White mado a few remarks attacking Republicans and lf Democrats Brisk work of the Earl Ingtonpeople and the rain prevented the attendance of any crowd to greet the representatives of tho Prohibition party At the close of Mr Whites talk the presidential candi date Mr Wooloy came out and said a Low words The train stopped only long enough to take water and bo inspected iThoEarllngtonians who composed Ashbysburg fishing party ro turned Friday night after several days of pleasant camping and good sport The party was made up of W D Cavinoss Goo Etnwochter MrcLong and Julius j are i I and as tho fish ing was gfMBpnTnumbor of squirrels wore by the party they fi had a time The boys say that although Juiious Coonon has made many a gallon of vinegar In his time ii he seems to havo forgotten the dist- inguishingr characteristics of thatI fluid and thereby hangs a tale t PERSONAL I Miss Sallle McGrath is visiting relatives in Nashville i Mrs Elmer Orr visited relatives In y Henderson several days this week I j Mr Clarence Jackson and wife of Nashville attended tho funeral of of Mr TRV Browning j f Mr ThoisPlke and wife and Mrs sp m Saturday In i the county seat J B Wyatt was among those who I attended the Prohibition speaking at disonv1lleSaturday lllWorth intonart erroJdPJonii i i of MadisonviileV wore in the y Sunday evening irs Minnie Cot tttandl little ion i ChattanoogakMrs Stonewall Morris of Hop d IdnsvillG was with tho family of A Mrs T R Browning several tlays thJs week y J McGregorwas Sob eo Mon daynMiss Franklo Stokes is visiting4 Frelatives In Croftbm Y returnedrfrom a visit to Providencef Cal martin was called to Guthrie j last week indworkgd on the Elktpii i i branch for a few days Flsl1er Is home again after an absence of several months it I RMsowTmPUgE 1 Makes the food more delicious and wholesome i iovi Mxme fowota 00 new YORE Horse Drowned Barnett Arnold liverymen of this place lost a good horse last Friday in an unusual manner Tim an- Imal had been hired by two men named Roystor and Lovelace who live in Earlington They hired tho horse and buggy and drovo across countyAurday morning said they had driven into Tradewater river at a point whore they did not know Its depth and that tho horse was drowned They hired a horsp at Dawson Springs and returned with buggy and harness pactbe Cured by local applications us they cannot theearconstitutional by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im ontlrelyclosed and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafness caused by byHallsFJOUENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills aro tho best Grand Lodge Odd Fellows The Kentucky Grand Lodge In dependent Order of Odd Fellows be gan its Annual session at Louisvlllor Tuesday morning John W Twy man is tho representative of tho Earliugton lodge but may not get thoro on account of pressing work Prevented a Tragedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of Now 0 a dreadful tragedy and coughhRdnight She had tried many rome dies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this mar vellous medicine alsd cured Mr Long of a severe attack of u mona Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only BOo and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free atStBernard Drug Store Baptist Association Tho Little Bethel Baptist Association is in session at Now High church In Woustor County Largo crowds are In attendance and tho sessions are interesting Story ofa Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by tho chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester tolls how such a slave was made free Ho says My wifo has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After two botsles of Electric improvedandremedy for female diseases- quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness headache ache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine ra god send to weak run down ple Every bottle guaranteed Only 6Oco Sold by St Will Contest Tho Hustler says Wo under stand the city council will contest the appointment of R B Bradley as polico Judge by Gov Bockham on tho ground that the right of appoint mont Is with the city council It Saved His Leg PA Danfoflh of Gr ge Ga suffered intensely forsiximonths with a frightful running sore on liis leg but writes Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured itln ton days For UlcerSiWounds Burns Boils Pain best salvo In theworld Cure guaranteodOnly- 950S91d by St Bernard druggist iV1 tat Providence J George Smith a was shot and ro a ly fatallyflwoundediat Providence Saturday o arrest at the time Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy aro not found wlvoro Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these nnd the success they bring usoDrlpngsNow Life Pills They d every of brain and body Only 2 oat St Bernard drugstore JohnW Twyman has completed a lieW tin roof on the Buqkner Money to patent good Idea may byy secured by our a Address PATNTIico Dt Baltimore Md I 1eIr i BAKING POWDER I Jefferson and the Ratio It is very hard to understand how any intelligent Democrat can look up to Jefferson as the father of Democracy and yet favor thQ free coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 at a time when tho market or commercial ratio is about 82 to 1 Jef fersons opinion was quite to the contrary In his notes on a money Unit he said Tile proportion between the vat ues of gold and silver Is a morcan tile problem altogether rust prin ciples wiltload us to disregard legal portions altogether to inquire into tho market price of gold in the soy oral countries with which we shall principally be connected in com rasroe and to take an average from them 99PnpsrNGentlemen I fool it my duty to express to my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for mo I was completely run down with a complication of stomach disorders months I bythrGupon operating on me declar operationforfriend Induced me to try Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and from the first dose I began to improve and havo not had any since Ihavo 25 pounds In weight and am enjoying tho very best of Health I never fail to say a word for Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for I know what it has done for me it will do for others Gratefully yours CHARLES CURRY Sold by St Bernard Drug Store Tim Missionary Baptist Church Is to be dedicated Sunday October 21 Tho dedicatory services will be fol lowed by a series of meetings and the Baptists are looking forward to a great revival and a good time gen orally Eat What You LIKe When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia Indigestion heartburn breath and the long train disappearandsystem will demand food Sound digestion and sound appetite go to byCampbell Rev C C Hall has boon trans ferred from Crab Orchard Ill to Makanda III by the fecont confer Once of his church His new charge is a pleasant work on the main line of the Illinois Central Railroad D humbuggedbycovery of some hitherto un known or root in swamps or on some mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney or bladder troubles youthatFoleys Kidney Cure simply contains remedies that are recognized tho most skilful physicians as best for these complaints so dont be credulous or foolish Campbell Co Emmett Logan is the possessor of a unique campaign stick sent him by his brother which he Is getting no little pleasure out of It is rod white and blue nicely made and has MoKinleys picture on DIGEST YOUR FOOD th1et r cent of all ilckaess Is caused b1 food not icIng properly digested It creates pol sons and your blood and then yon are liable to almost any disease the human system OermanLlverPowderthe effects after taking one dose Give It a trial and be convinced Price 2Sc Of OttosSpruce Gum Balsam Curaf Your Could Just the Mcdlelns for Children War tale by St Bernard drug store Sunday morning the barometer here showed a lower record than has ever been made excopt on one or two occasions It stood below 28 follow ing the heavy rain and brisk wind of the previous night Stung by a Centipede BlufitonfioAR3twaswas arrived some sensible friend wet a MorloysVthe wound The doctor said hisser vices were not poison was neutralized oridlled tiy the I Wonderful Eight Mrs Sdid not suffer from the wound Free trial I bottles at Campbell fc Cos John W Twyman Earllngtons popular tinner has secured the con tract to new tobacco factory at NeboThis is a big con troot as the now factory Is be ono ofthe biggest in the county To First Voters You are young men casting your first ballot We congratulateyou- Wo also call your attention to Dr Caldwells Pepsin for Consti IndlgestlonSlck Headache and Trouble Drug Store vkj i rt 1 j 1 YI Still For Silver Wm J Bryan 1896 If there Is anyone who believes goodthingI warn him not to cast his vote for- ma because I promise him that It country 16189GWm J Bryan 1000 dlellnl89aZanesvllle 0 Sept 4 1900 A CLEAR HEAD good digestion sound sleep a line appetite arid a ripe oldagr- are some ofthe results ofthe use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you oftheir wonderful effects and virtue A Known Facto An absolute cure for sick head ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomachdizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases Tutts Over Pills Miss Leila Dean who has charge of the primary department at the public school has been sick for soy eral days and Miss Effle Stokes is teaching in her place Get Your Moneys Worth Its full worth of MorleysWonderful Eight until you have used itin a score of everyhouseholdOlalborne Parish La says Per MorleysWonderful good medicine In Pleurisy and Pneu monia Nothing equals it In reliev IlllInin Price 25 cents Free at Campbell Cos Mr W R Broughton who has charge of the pumping station at Loch Mary has been qulto sick for several days His many friends wish him a speedy recovery It Heals the Lungs When suffering from a racking cough take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar The soreness will be re lieved and a warm grateful feeling and healing of the parts affected will- be experienced Take no substitute Campbell Co Jeff son of G T McEuen was thrown from a delivery wagon last Monday while delivering goods and was quite painfully hurt Couldnt Translate IL We received a letter recently wo were unable to read We failed to determine the nationality of the writer The only Words we wero able to make out were Dr Cald Indigestion Owonsboro had four and nineone hundredths inches of rainfall Satur day night Many country bridges were washed away ACardI The manufacturers of Banner Salvo have authorized the undersigned to guarantee it for burns outs sores ulcers totter eczema and all skin You have back Campbell The National Steel Company has recently completed a largo plant for the manufacture of steel rails at Youngstown O Headache and dizziness arc quickly cured by Morleys Little Liver Pills for Bilious People They arouse tho Torpid Liver off the BILE and cure Constipation Ono a dose Sold by Campbell 5 Co Earlington j Born to Mr and Mrs Elmo Shav er formerly of this place but now of Crofton on Tuesday morning a fine boy Dr Caldwells Syrup is DrugStoreINNNNNUmmmNN MJ Bicycle Repairs I Bicycle Sundries I I 1Shop i cles Guns and Pistols in a thorough manner S and promptly j and will keep repairs for all on hand XEN AUSTIN Mali Street West of thi Ballroai MJWN8H WNWNMWNN N t tfl 4fl tfl4fl tfi 49Our PrlclStfi 49 tfi Please Youtfi tfitfl Aft WRAPS I For Ladies Misses and Children 5 and ladles TailorMade sUitstllE bit rr IaListen Ladies Our presentation in lJt l this department is far ahead of bt efforts In it you can see The Short Jacket with lightfitting backloosyfront and flared sleeve Castor Blue and Black Tile Plush 041 Coats with jet trimmings the Kersey bit a Coats with fur collar revers j the W Plush Coat made Auto bt mobile ln black and light tanCol bit larettes and Scarfs to please anybody thobtsuperbaB i in most c isinare quite a flubdub with ourcreating Suits hey tell us they lit have no equal in town In this brief I way we wish to call your attention toYIo-ur stock of Wraps and Suits lJIII ucw You Mast 1YouBISHOP a CO bit tlit MADISONVILLE KENTUCKY = iii ij i i ii ra Fine Wall Papers At OneThird LessThan f City Prices of S ecial Sl s itt Deoros f 3OO Buggies On Exhibition In our Re PQS to All it- i RM 1 last surnnberM before the ad vance I Forbes P Bro IHOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY gASft ft Aft t t t bit 49 SUBSCRIBE TO THE bit 1 Cumberland Telephone f IIh 9 LOCAL AND LONGDISTANCE SERVICE Y1 fiIfl Residence 49 Telephones 9Ig as low as fi = X125 fi = per iptn i EstRedness bit Telephones as low as = bit IaU- Up8r bit month = 1 UW = 1Jr We place you in commumca 1 fi v tlon withs0 J h 20000000 People 1 Who transact an ehor nousR 4 bit 4 y dally businessElao BY TELEPKONfii ti fi bit fi Which could not otherwlsobt r be done 49 CALL CENTRAL FOR INFORMATION NO CONTRACTS REQUIRED 8ri i s J W BI E 1te I w DENTISVllii r Office over the Postoffice Lady Assistant AI iys F sent f 7 Jfi i j L JJ y hFG 7 xq i2i t hr ITII 1u Hf R1 YIE Srr llf frIT r C lt r n I ld i itI I t I y 6f f J 1c THE BEE ARLINGTON KY I It I CONVENTiON I m lAvDelegate Convention of the An V thmcite Miners Called to fMeetat Scranton t THE MINERS DELEGATES MUST DECiDE SecreturyTrcaiiuror Wilson of the i vii Mine Workers 5Lys that t ViaII 0 the Miners lave Achieved f la Vlatorr the Dlrpute In Not bj Any Manna Settled JShennndonb To Oct 9 President Mitchell issued his call yesterday for muehtalkcdof miners convention ftoconsider the operators offer of a 1tenpercent increase In wages TheI r will be held at Scranton and will open on Friday night Hep rcsentation in the convention will boon the basis of one delegate with one a vote for each MO persons on strikeN It is the general expectation that the decision of the convention will bet to accept the increase and return to workl Text of the Call irhe text of the convention call litj us follows h Temporary Headquarters UMW Hazloton la Oct 8 Td All Miners and Mine ijmployes 1 i of the Anthracite Region Brothers In ylew of the fact that the mine op erators have posted notices offeripg f an advance in wages formerly paid and believing it to be our plain duty 4 to consult your wishes as to our fu tojU in convention vj8enYou are therefore notified that a ndon will be held at Scranton 1 Pa beginning Friday October 12 at 10pm The basis of representation will bo one vote for each 100 persons on delegateIii may represent as many as 500 mine Workers but no delegates will be al lowed to cast more than five votes 1 Each delegate rhould have ere fjft dentials signed by the chairman and i secretary of the jneeting at which hey is elected and whenever possible cre dentials should bear the seal of ihif local union JSigned JOHN MITCHEJ President of the United MWc Work ors of AmerIca 1 loT D NIC OtLS President Dfriot No1 rHO DUFFY Preside Dictrict No7 1 KHls FAHEY vnlUHu Pr sldent Dlctrict No 0 p i yrM B Delatcs wjll be notified oL the lioil In which the convention will be held upon their arrival iu Scranton r l fter the call had been issued it was learned that the convention will beheld in Music hul1rr I Quietness prevails throughout the r anthracite regions the call for ths convention being generally as a signal for cessation of hostilities nil around There were many ex- pressipns of satisfaction by minors and operators and by merchants and others In the mining section over the prospect of an early settlement of the troutlcS Yesterday completed the third week since the strike officially went into ef feet HAVE ACHIEVED A VICTOnY r r The Dlipnte However In by Ko Menu Settled Indianapolis Jnd Oct OW B Wilson secretarytreasurer of the United Mine Workers of America has issued a statement in which he says In partAll of the coal operators having now conceded an advance in wages it can be truthfully said that the miners of the anthracite region have s achieved a great victory Yet the dis puto is not settled nor will it be even the miners accept the 5proposition of the operators and ref turn to work The sliding scale dock age semimonthly pay and Bother u grievances complained of by i ers have not been considered in the proposition of the operators and the A advance ly wages in so complicated p thai many of the miners do not un tderstand it Under theso circum Fstances the surest and best method of ec a settlqmcnt and establish lug permanent peace would come from a meeting of the with the anthracite minerswhen they meet to consider the offer of the coal sompanies Tho anthracite sonl field is divided by its mountain ranges into three dis Mnct regions each having geological conditions peculiar to Itself thus re quiring different systems of working employiThe only method by antis factory explanations can be made Is for the ators to meet the miners I when a convention is held to consider the offer oi the operators t r Capture nkdeuConfirmed St Petersburg Oct 9The Russian general staff has received official dist patches confirming the reported occu- pationr of Mukden Before withdraw lug the Chinese lopped and fired the city The Kusslana captured numer bus modern guns and immense stores lr bf war natcrlals nacre IB QranKe Itiver Colony Cape ToWni Qet 0 The Boerp now r occupyNepcncr as well as Eousvlllo and Flcksburgj in Orange Kiver col t kvaand the Jlriti l arc attempting them hol P If l iosA Brakeman Killed Will Lockett better known ns Cottnwns killed last nigh nearNdrtdnville by falling from the top of a cat while the train was in motion He was from Henderson and had been rail reading for about seven month Died lInn J H Lunsford of Madison vlllQ died last night after an Illness of only a few days Mr Lunsfori Was a prominent and prosperous nlan and a leading Republican worker Scbrec Items Mr Thomas Semple Sr died at his homo Monday morning after a- very short illness Five children survive him His remains wet taken to Louisville and interred in Cave Hill cemetery Mr Sorapl was among the best citizens of Se breo and the many friends of the family Join them in theta sad bo reavementTheo who has been sick for several days is reported better Joe Bailey was In Eyansvllle Fri dayMesdames Tom and George Eploy of Smiths Center Kans are guest of Mrs V Perkins k- Ed Reeves of Woodlawn Ill spent Sunday In the city The Democrats had a rally here night- Rev E E Shultz of the Baptist church left Sunday for Smith Mills to conduct a meeting A J MclIu inwas In Henderson Saturday on business Mrs W C Edmonson was called to tho bedside of her Mis typhohfeverMiss Lizzie Winstead of near Cal Noun attended services at the Union church here Sunday Miss Maude Edmonson Is visiting relatives in Madisonville Mrs Wilbort of Brandenburg is visiting her daughter here Mrs J R Dowden who has boot visiting in Louisville and Brandon burg has returned home Mesdames V Perkins and J H nt Sunda in Beech GroveDwffltThorntonalld Lilburn Hal re Louis rKing and Majors give their grand millinery opening today Col Roosevelt will pass through here Saturday morning and will de- livera short address here The Teachers District Association will be held here Saturday The Sebree High School now has 88 pupils enrolled Succes to THE BEE 0 Wed Last Evening Mr Ed Moore and Miss Lora Hall two popular young people of Madi sonville were married evening at the home of the bride in the pros once of a few Invited guests Th young couple left for a visit to Ma the of the grooms pa yesterdayforwill be in a meeting for some time OTHERWISE 1JNNOTIGEI A J Duncan of Johnston City IlL Was struck by a train and received serious injuries The Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoos is holding its ninth annual ses slon at Dallas Tex Maggie Reynolds aged seven years died at St Louis from lockjaw following vaccination A Missouri farmer has been placed in jail in Nevada under charge of hav- Ing murdered his son The Ladles Auxiliary of the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen is in biennial session at St Louis Boxers disturbances grow A plot has been discovered to destroy all tho missions in the district of FatShan The population of the District of Columbia is 378718 ns against 230392 ten years ago an increase of 48320 or 209 per cent A circuit judge ordered the indictment of some of the lending men of Charleston Ill for having abetted n sparring match i The Boers under Gen Do Wet hold three towns in Orange River Colony large British force has been dispatched to dislodge them A revoJution has been started in San Francisco Santo Domingo Gen Pip Plchardo and eight more insur gents have been taken prisoners The Russian general Subbovitch reports having captured time city of Mukden Manchurlaafter two stubborn engagements with the Chinesq John Tlce a barber shot and killed Fred Trappe on the public square at Farmlngton Mo Then he ran to his barber shop and blew out his brains William Goodwin postmaster at At tie Mo has been arrested charged with rifling registered letters His al leged pllferlngs amount to over 81 000Mr Martin C Fosnes acting director general of Cuban posts in a pa tient in Las Animas hospital Havana suffering it is believed from yellow fever I By the arrest of Fred Graham and Edward Howard at St Louis as suspicious characters 2000 worth pf property stolen in Kansas City was recoveredTho bureau announces that the population of the state of Delaware is 184735 in 1890 as against 103 493 in 1390 This is an increase of 10 242 or 06 percent Horace Landers the negro who killed Agnes Hamilton in Brooklyn Ill is in jail at Metropolis after bay ing eluded pursuit by a large crowd He voluntarily surrendered 7 K I Does Your StomachTrouble You The flat thing to do when you rind your stomachout of order is to be cartful bout your eating for a few days and userM DR CARLSTEDTiB GERMAN LIVERPOWDER r Common sense will tell you that to lure stomach troubles a medicine must be iwed that will strengthen the digestive organs and wch a remedy b Dr Carlstedtt German Uver Pow 11I dot It goes right to the root of the difficulty end Is the only easy safe and reliable remedy on the market for the treatment of this disuse For sale by all druggists and dealers generally or by mall on receipt ol price 25 centsi 5 bottle 100 fide oouSy n CARLSTEDTMED BwuvUte Lr ILSLFY REPDBhCAN Wide Awake Club With Big Membership SL Charles Band There if Big Rally Planned With Which to dose Campaign Friday night the Ilsley Republican club had a rousing meeting and added several names to their list of members which is now between soventyflvo and one hundred Pres ident M F Ward and the other workers are moving things along District Elector LIoEuon spoke to this meeting and the St Charles Band was on hand and made the music President Ward says they have already laid plans for a big rally meeting at Haley the last Bat urday night before time election which rally will fall on November 8 The club meeting was held Friday night of last week instead of Satur day night before election because of the announced speaking of RIr McEuen St Charles News Mr and Mrs Thomas Hewlett of Madlsonvlllo are spending a few days here with relatives Mrs B Crutchfield has returned from a visit to Hopkinsvillo and TrentonMiss Murphey has returned after a few days visit to Madison vlllo and Crofton- D D Woodruff was elected last Saturday to succeed James H Fox as school trustee in district No 84 L R Fox who has lately opened a law office in Madlsonville is at homo looking after a bad cold and other matters Maggie the twoyearold daugh ter of Mr and Mrs John McAlIstcr wasburied here last Saturday U Lit tle Maggie was an unusually bright child of her age and her death Is deeply lamented 1 Tho Hon E B McEuon Republican candidate for elector for the Second district spoke to a fair audi ence of voters hero last Friday after noon This place was not one of Mr McEuens appointments but the Re publicans on learning that he was to pass through our town availed themselves of tho opportunity to hear a good speech He went from here accompanied by the St Charles Cornet Band to Ilsley where he spoke at night to a crowded house i High living intemperanceexpo sure other things bring on disease and all other or bladder disorders if taken Campbell A revival mooting will on the fourth Sunday night In tills month atthe General Baptist church of which Rev James A Burden Is pastor Senator E G Mills of Wisconsin wlll speak especially 1 the laboring people at the Opera House Friday night Gi Y QNIQ 1 crolaK EtereaeeAwards at 3 areateat Worlds Expo Bltlonu and thonmnds of graduates CoBter HU Biulaeu Conrae incudlne Tel CLOD hooks and hoard In fsmtlr out teD BHOBTH1ID fKWBIHH8 A TEIEGBIPHT BKCniTHS CTTht Kentucky UnlTenttr Diploma tinder teal warded graduates iiltorarrCourBofrcoifdcilred addrraonlytirf3r rrily l rw t IJ YELLOW FEIER8 MASTER The Wonderful Discovery of Dr Angel Bellinzaghi the Young Italian Specialist SERUM THAT CONQUERS YELLOW FEVER By Its SucccNxfnl Dcmonitrntlou 1ft Mexico the Doctor fine llcconn Entitled to tho Standing IlcWar of 9160066 Offered by the Mexican Government i New York Oct 6A special to the Herald from the City jof Mexico says One hundred thousand ddllars h the prize which Dr Angel Bclllnznghl a young Italian specialist may win as the discoverer of a serum which cures yellow fever The Remedy line Dean Found Several years ago the Mexican gov ernment made a standing offer of 100000 to the discoverer of a remedy for yellow fever which every yearns epidemic in the lower gulf ports anon the isthmus of Tehuantcpcc Several eminent specialists have made experiments at the port of Vera Cruz since the offer was made Not until this summer did any of the se rums experimented with provo sue cessful in virulent cases At last however the remedy has been found The experiments conducted at Vera Cruz were under the auspices of the government board Of health The commission appointed Jiy tho board to witness the experiments has just reported favorably upon their result Part of tho Dig Prize Part of the big prize will be paid to the doctor at once He has been asked to make further experiments In varioUs forms of the disease at Vera Cruz and if they are successful he will win the entire prize In June last Dr Bcllinzaghl came to the City of Mexico to obtain per mission from the government to make experiments at Vera Cruz where the yellow fever was then raging- A Crucial Teat I While Dr Bclllnzaghl was await ing the customary formalities to bo complied with David Ivllpatrick an American who had come from the Isthmus was taken ill with yellow fever in Its most virulent form three or four days after arriving in the city He was taken to the American hOSe pital where his case was pronounced hopeless No case of yellow fever which had developed in this altitude having been contracted in a lower altitude had ever been saved Dr A VV Parsons the physician in charge of the hospital gave permission to Dr Bellinzaghl to try his serum Dr Pellinzaghl visited tho patient on tho fourth day of his illness after all hope for his life had been given up Patient Had flack Vomit The patient had the black vomit- a temperature which Is considered fatal his system was thoroughly per meated with the disease and the ac tion of the kidneys was entirely stopped a symptom which Is always onsldercd fatal Dr Bellinzaghl injected 20 grains of hits serum on the first day ho visited the patient and succeeded in reduc- Ing his temperature and pulse On the second day he injected 30 grains on the third day 60 grains and on tho fourth day 80 grains- Grat1Iylag Saccesi On the second day the vomit dis appeared and on the fourth day tho lotion of tho kidneys was restored Three days later the patient was ells charged from the hospital This remarkable achievement hast tenet the action of the government board of health In granting permis sion to Dr Bellinzaghl to make his xpcriments at Vera Cruz A Government Commliclon A commission was appointed by the government board of health ivhlch accompanied Dr Bcllinzaghi to Vera Cruz and afforded him every fa dUty to make his experiments The serum was tried on patients in the military and San Sebastian hospitals and In 85 per cent of the cases it was successful The usual mortality in yellow fever cases Id 50 to 80 per cent Where Failure Ocooreil All the cases which Dr Bellinzaghl failed to save were those in very ad vanced stages of the disease In all the cases in which injections of the serum was made in the first stage of tho disease the patient was conva lescent in from one to four days and tho recovery was complete In the Second Stage In the cases taken in the second stage of the disease or as the doctor expresses it after the second injec ion when the system is permeated frith the toxin the progress of tho license was stopped in from four to eight days and the patient recovered Saved Several Doiperate Case The third stage pf the disease is when the action of the kidneys is stopped When the disease has deoched this stage death has hith erto been regarded as contain Dr Bellinzaghl saved e veral cases which had reached this stage The Killing was Jn tlfiable Omaha Neb Oct 6V The body of the train robber killed Wednesday night south of Council Bluffs remains unidentified The corpers very lint Is that Express Messenger Bax ter killed the robber and that it was iustiflabfet7hargeitemlerea New York Oct v The grand jury reported a dismissal of the charges which have frequently been made against the Traders Flee Insurdnce Co olilelalsr A L i I iri1 Ii An Expensive C TiyyJI I is the one which you CUttr and fthrow away every time that you smoke a Five Cent cigar There is nearly as much in making this = end as all the rest of the cigar and j S yet everyman who buys a cigar cutsI it and throws it away You get laU you pay for when you smoke IOldVirginia Cheroots s r = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this la ivctr Ask own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents i f s1SRII tr I Iil Y t r c rriTl1f BEE tEARLINGTON KY oJnJtJtt tJn ONE EDOLLAR 3 r lfhtJUnJttJ t Advocate of Hopkins Countys i Industry and Prosperity t For Honest Elections Civil Lib 1 erty and the honor of Kentucky t H + Ht i Take the Paper Now i Pay the Dollar when McKinley V and Roosevelt are Elected v fill Out This Coupon and Mall to The Bee 1000 EDITOR BEE 4 Earlington Ky DEAR SIR Please send me THE BEE one year for which I will pay One Dollarupon the election of McKinley and Roosevelt Signet l bI 1 11 11 I Ii IEARLIN6TON Situated at the east end of Slain Street three squares from the depot furnished with some 800 VOLUMES i At the free use and disposal of all who will avail themselves of the opportunity to visit the library in their leisure hours All Leading Periodicals- and Daily Newspapers On file constantly including various timelyrft r tandI other subjects t ALL FREE FOR THE ASKINGLIBRARIAN IN ATTENDANCE Open 2 p m to 830 p ml Every Day Except Sunday 111 i 11 111111 111 Subscribe for The Bi- Y oJ 4ek1Y rt f 1 rnt w 1 l 1 1TRalr PII v if d t iii 1 Mo 1 i i- feu 4a1 t r p fBEElEARLlNGTtnlKhyJ3 t 5 1v THE n I IlOW GONYENTION IS llm1 1 A Delegate Convention of the An thracite Miners Called to Meet at Scranton t x 1 THE MINERS DELEGATES MUST Yi Serc nryTroai uror Wilson ol the United Mine Vorkqr SUy th d VJillc the Mtncrit Have Achieve- f a Victory the Ulrpnte In Not by Any MganqSettled I II Shcnnndoah Id Oct 9Preside Mitchell Issued his call yesterday for the much talkcd of miners convention r to consider the operators offer of ten pergent inercuee in wages Tho convention wilt bo held at Scranton and will penn Friday night Eel resentatlon In the convention will boon the basis of ono delegate with ono r vote for each MO persons on strike tfstho general expectation th decision of the convention will bo ttoaccept the increase and return t work T Text of the Call 4 y The text of the convention call I- rt as follows tVyS- Td Ail Miners and Mine IJmpibyes of the Anthracite Begion Brothers In view of the fact that the mine o- eratdrshave notices offering paiito consult your wishes as to our fu t r action we deem it advisable to iiaskyou to select delegates to repre 14sent you in convention You are therefore notified that n will bo held at Scrantonr 1convention Friday October 12 o The basis of representation will boone vote for each 100 persons on strike or if desired one delegate represent as many as 500 mine ImilY but no delegates will be al 4 cast more titan five votes tEnch delegate rhould have ere dentials signed by the chairman and ifsecretnry of the meeting at which he V IIselected and whenever possible cre i should bear the seal of tyJlocal union 1 f Signed JOIN MITCHEJIL president of the United Mhie Work It rs iI liT DNIC OILS V President DMrict No1 TROn J S DUFFY Preside it Dictrict No7 4 jXOHb FAHEY q t Villennra Tr sident Dictrict No9 BDel nice v1T bo 1e tfte aU In wh clt the convention V bp held upon their arrival iu Scranton e jtfter the call had been issued it i was learned that the convention will nll held in Music hallrc Quietness prevails throughout the forthie I asa signal for cessation of hostilities all around Fhera were many ex preselonas of satisfaction by minors and operatorsnnqby merchants and Bothers in the mining section over the j of an early settlement of the troubles j Yesterday completed the third week since the strike officially went into ef lectII DAY AciriEVKD A VICTORY s the Dlnpntc However 1r by No i Means Settled 1 i Indianapolis Jnd Oct 9W B rF Vilson secretarytreasurer of the- UnitedMine Workers of America has bGAll of the coal operators having now conceded an advance in wages It can be truthfully said that the miners of the anthracite region have achieved a great victory Yet the dis pute is not settled nor will it bet J even though the miners accept the proposition of the operators and re turn to work The sliding scale dock age semimonthly pay and Bother II grievances complained of by min ers have not1 been considered in thetproposition of the operators and the A advance in wages is so complicated that many of the miners do not un 1uderstand it Under these cirqum surest and best method of securing a eettlqment and establish ing permanent peace would come from a meeting of the with the anthracite minerswhen they meet to consider the offer of the coal 77 companies Tho anthracite nonlAfield is divided by its mountain ranges into threedisE tint regions each having geological j conditions peculiar to itself thus ref quiring different systems of working and different methods and employ meat j The only methodby which satis factory explanations can be spade is I for the to meet the miners when a convention is held to consider the otter ot the operators r Captnic of Mnlcilen Confirmed Russiancpatches occu I pation of Mukden Before withdrawing the Chinese looted and fired the tatty The Russians captured numer t- iOUSt modern guns and immense stores i 0 tbfliar pjaterlals BeerH IB1 granKO Ether Colony k CapeTown Qot 0 The Boers now j occupy po cr as well as BouxvllleI t i 1t6nd Fjcks urg in Orange fir rl yV and itb P Bridal are attempting iJ tr1jsurround thins 1 t r I 4folj YYt t f r f tIj lfik s Brakeman Killed Will Lockett better known as Cotton was lulled last night near Ndrtonvillo by falling from the top of n car while the train wo s in motion He was from Henderson and had been rail roading for about seven months Died EfHan J H Lunsford of Madison villo died lust night after an illness of onw days Mr Lunsford was a prominent and prosperous Republicand Scbrcc Items tintt very short illness Five children survive him His remains were- n taken to Louisville and interred in Cave Hill cemetery Mr Somple was among the best citizens of Se breo the many friends of the family Join them in their sad bo reavement Theo Majors who has been sick for several days is reported better- t Joe Bailey was In Evansvllle Friday oMesdamesTom and George Epley Kans are guests of Mrs V Perkins r IllaThe Democrats had a rally here Tuesday night Baptistsmeetingp in Henderson Saturday on business calledyMabel whojs very lowjwith typhoid Jever at Bethel Female College Miss Lizzie Winstead of near Cal houn attended services at the Union church here Sunday yisitIngtMrs Wilbert of Brandenburg is visiting her daughter here Mrs J R Dowden who has boon visiting in Louisville and Brandon burg has returned home I Mesdames V Perkins and J H Mattingly spent Sunday in Beech Grove Dwi ht Thorn ton and Lilburn Hall rotrfrned Friday from St LouisIKing and Majors give their grand millinery opening today Col Roosevelt will pass through here Saturday morning and will de livera short address here The Teachers District Association will be held here Saturday The Sebree High School now has 885 pupils enrolled Succes to Tim BEE Eveningd HanItwo popular of Madi sonville were married last evening- at the home of the bride in the presence oft few invited guests The young couple left for a visit to Ma on the of the grooms pat ronts yesterdayforwill be in a meeting for some time OTHERWISE UNNOTIOED A J Duncan of Johnston City HI was struck by a train and received serious injuries The Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoos is holding its ninth annual sea at Dallas Tex Maggie Reynolds aged seven years died at St Louis from lockjaW fol vaccinationt has been placed Injail in Nevada under charge of hav- Ing murdered his son The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen is in- iennialsession at St Louis Boxers disturbances grow A plot has been discovered to destroy all the missions In the district of FatShun The population of the District of Columbia is 278718 as against 230302 ten years ago nIl increase of 48320 or 09 per cent A circuit judge ordered the indictment of some of the lending men of Charleston Ill fpr having abetted a sparring match The Boers under Gen Do Wet hold towns in Orange River Colony large British force has been dispatched to dislodge them A revolution has been started in Ban Francisco Santo Domingo Qen Pipi Plchardo and eight more insur gents have been taken priBCncrB The Russian general Smibovltch reports having captured the city of Mukden in Manchuriaaf two stubborn engagements with the Chinese John Tice n barber shot and killed Fred Trappe on the public square at Farmington Mo Then he ran to his barber shop and blew out his brains William Goodwin postmaster at Attic Mo has been arrested charged with rifling registered letters His al egad pllferings amount to over I 000Mr Martin C Fosnes acting director general of Cuban posts in a patient in Las Animas hospital Havana suffering it is believed from yellow fever shy the arrest of Fred Graham and Edward Howard at St Louis as suspicious characters 2000 worth of property stolen in Kansas City suns recovered The census bureau announces that population of the state of Dela ware is 184735 in 1890 as against 163 403 in 1390 This is an increase of 10 242 or 90 percent Horace Landers the negro who Agnes Hamilton in Brooklyn ll Is injnl1nt Metropolis after have ing eluded pursuit by a large crowd He Voluntarily surrendered tlrl 1ti f Does Your StomachTrouble You The first thing to do when you find your stomachout of order is to be careful sbo your eating for n few days and ueLt DR CARLSTEDTB GERMAN LIVER POWDER Common tense will tell you that Mtu l itomach troubles a medicine must be wed will strengthen the digestive organs wd such remedy Is Dr Carlsk its German Liver Pow a o uaunnra H IIIOaatal8 dtr It goes rlghtte th root ot the difficulty en Is the only easy life and reliable remedy on the market for the tKalment of this disease For tale by all gists and dealers generally or by mall on rtedpt o1 price 25 ctnbj 5 fcettkj 100MadOa17 BYlh i CARLSTEDT MED CO4 BvaaavUh yd f ILSLFY REPUBLICANS Wide Awake Club With Big Membership St Charles Band There 4J V Big Rally Planned With Which to Close Campaign Friday night the Ilsloy Republican club had a rousing meeting an added several names to their list of members which is now between seventyfive and one hundred Pres ident M F Ward and the other workers are moving things along District Elector McEuon spoke t this meeting and the St Charles Band was on hand and made the music President Ward says they have already laid plans for a big rally meeting at Ilsley the last Saturday night before the election which rally will fall on November B The club meeting was hold Friday night oflast week instead of Saturday night before election because of the announced speaking of iIr McEuen St Charles News Mr and Mrs Thomas Hewlett o Madisonville are spending a few days here with relatives Mrs B Crutchfield has returned from n visit to Hopkinsvlllo and Trenton Miss PbronaMurpheyhas returne- after a few days visit to Madison ville and Crofton- D D Woodruff was elected last Saturday to succeed James H Fox as school trustee in district No 84 L B Fox who has lately opened a law office in Madisonville is at home looking after a bad cold another d matters Maggie the twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs John McAlister was burled here last Saturday Lit tie Maggid was an unusually child of her age and her death is deeply lamented 1 The Hon EB McEuon Repub- lIcmi candidate for elector for th Second district spoke to a fair audience of voters here last Friday after noon This place was not one of Mr McEuens appointments but the Bo publicans on learning that he was to pass through our town availed themselves of the opportunity to hear a good speech He went frQin beret accompanied by the St Charles Cornet Band to Ilsley where he spoke at night to a crowded house Briefs Dbcae i High living intemperance exposure other things bring on Brightsdiscase and all other or if taken Campbell4 revival mooting will begin on the fourth Sunday in this month atthe General Baptist church of which Rev James A Burden is pastor Senator E G Mills of Wisconsin will speak especially I the laboring people at the Opera House Friday n h L 11 iUNIV t GIeMtCYii BefcreaeA Airtrdi at gmateatworide s inpotltipapCeatefialltton Book and Board In family a out tWo BHOBTHilB lIrE emu TELEGlUfllTSl1ICI1LlIII B Tha Unlnnlty Diploma under seal wardedKrdaatM Course frea If doilred GradliateuuccHtUlIIr 11 113 1011It f f 1 4 YELLOW f ms MASTE The Wonderful Discovery ofJr Angel Bellinzaghi the Young Italian Specialist SERUM THAT CONQUERS YELLOW FEVER atnl Its SncccHatal Dcmoitntrntlon In Mcxieo the Doctor flay UCCOBIO Entitled to the Standing newarii of 9160000 Offered by the Mexican Government New York Oct 0A special to the Herald from the City of Mexico says One hundred thousand dollars lathe prize which Dr Angel Bcllihznghi a young Italian specialist may win ns the discoverer of a scrum which Icures yellow fever Fonadeyears ago gov eminent made a standing offer of remedydepidemic in the lower gulf ports and on the Isthmus of Tehuantcpcc Several eminent specialists have made experiments at the port of Vera NotSrums experimented with provo sue cessful in virulent cases At last however the has been found The experimentscoutlucted at Vera Cruz were under the auspices of the government board Of health The commission appointed Jjy the board to witness1 the experiments has just reported favorably upon their result Part of the Dig Prl e Part of the big prize will be paid to the doctor at once Bo has been asked to make further experiments in varioiis forms of the disease at Vera cruz and 1f they are successful be will win the entire prize In Juno last Dr BeUlnza camo to the City of Mexico to obtain per mission from the government to make experiments Vcra Cruz where the yellow fever was then raging A Crucial Test i While Dr Bellinzagbl was await bedAmerican who had come from the Isthmus was taken 111 with yellow fever in its most virulent form three or four days after arriving in the city He was taken to the American hos pital where his ease was pronounced fevershaving been contracted in a lower altitude had ever been saved Dr A sv Parsons the physician in charge of the hospital gave permission to Dr Bcllinzaghl to try his serum Dr Bellinzaghl visited the patient on theI fourth day of his illness after all hope for his life had been given up Patient lad flack Vomit The patient had the black vomit a temperature which is considered fa tal his system was thoroughly permeated with the disease and the action of the kidneys was entirely alwaysfDr Bellinzaghi injected 20 grains of his serum on the first day ho visited the patient and succeeded in rcduc lug his temperature and pulse On the second day he injected 30 grains thedGratifying Saeeesi On the second day the vomit dlsIappeared and on the fourth day action the kidneys was 1 Three days later the patient was disIcharged from the hospital This remarkable achievement hast toned the action of the government hoard of health in granting permis to Dr Belllnzaghi to make his experiments at Vera CruzIA Government A commission was appointed by healthtVera Cruz and afforded him every fa duty to make his experiments The serum was tried on patients in the hospitalsoper cases successful The usual mortality in yellow fever cases Is 50 to 80 per cent Where Failure Occnred All the cases which Dr Bellinzaghi faked to save were those In very advanced stages of the disease In all the cases in which injections of the I serum was made in the first stage of the disease the patient was conva lescent in from one to four days and tho recovery was complete In the Second Stage In the cases taken in the second stage of the disease or as the doctor expresses it after the second nine tion whop the system Is permeated with the toxin the progress of the disease was stopped in from four to eight days and the patient recovered Saved Weveral Desperate Cane The third stage pf the disease ler When the action of the kidneys Is tapped When the disease has deabed this stage 1eathhaa hith erto been regarded as certain Dr j Bellinzaghi saved several cases which bad reached this stage I The Killing was Jaatiaable Omaha Neb Oct O The body of Wednesdaynight mains unidentified The corners very diet is that Express Messenger Bax ter kilted the robber and that it was Justifiable Charges Iilsmtssed New York O trTnogran jury reported a dismissal of the charges which have frequently been made against the Traders1 ZIre Insurance Co fficlals r rf- e riIr I IIai x 7 5 An Expensive Tip efiJ r is thone which you cut offand P l throw away every time that you IifS smoke a Five Cent cigar There sor= nearly as much in making end as all the rest of the cigar and 3 yet everyman whpbuys a cigar cuts Y it and It away You get 4 I r all youpay for when you smoke IOld Virginia Cheroots5 + 1 J r Tutee hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this g i ft year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 7fj Jf r IsIUI SIII I jr t r r l Tilt BEEEAR- LINGTON i KY 11 1 ONE YEARONE DOLLAR rt 1 i dVt i I tJftnJftf Advocate of Hopkins County Industry and Prosperity For Honest Elections Civil Lib erty and the honor of Kentucky I- el + + Take the Paper Now V Pay the Dollar when McKinley J and Roosevelt are Elected Fill Out This Coupon and Mail to The Bee JDOO r r EDITOB BEE I ay Earlington Ky DEAR SIR Please send me TUEcBEE one year for which I will pay One Dollar upon the election of McKin ley and Roosevelt Signet r iih e I 11 l 1 I I II I EARLINBTDN FREE LIBRARYSituated at the east end of Main Street three squares from the depot furnished with some C 800 VOLUMESF e At the free use and of all who will avail themselves of the opportunity to hoursrAll Leading Periodicals and Daily Newspapers On file constantly including various J timelyy t r n Intid other subjectsI ALL P kkZEE FOR THE ASKING LIBRARIAN IN ATTENDANCE Open 2 pl mt to 830 p m Every Day Except Sunday f 1- r9 1111 I I 111 11111 I Subscribe for The Bee r 1 THE BSJE RLINBTON KY 7 t DEMOCRATIC COMPARED WITH REPUBLICAN PROSPERITY tl t I I I j x Illustrated by Hopkins County Coal f Interests rfd- t Y v tinr The last Year of President Harrisons Administration Percentage of Increased r T r ilr Ln fo 736 6S if 1 Count Produced onsj- r Hopkins l fr 1 o i it j f f t F1In I893tne First Year of Cleveland Administration t f rcEht IsI92y11t xrIn 1896 The Last Year of Clevelands Administration r Percent 1892Hopkinsl First Year of McKinieyls Administration In 1897The centJ 1 ZI tI 2 3Over 1896 i f Hopkins County Produced + f 96It412Tons Year ilh I8ip 9The Third Year of Republican Rule ft Per Cent r 6 2I Over 1896 1I lg Hopkins County Produced v j 1265706 Tons In 3 ears J- il rt 4A Democratic Increase in four years of 5 34 per cent t i A Republican Increase in three years of 62 12 per cent LOUISVILLE HORSE SHOW Magnificent Display of Fine Horses from Many States and Canada SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROAD I The Louisville Horse Show will begin on October 15th and con forfivo days or evenings hiThero are nearly 600 entries in the various classes The horses come from all parts of the United States including two carload from uannda The fancy classes are exceptionally well filled The display of jumpers will be one of the best over seen ALtogethe the show promises to bo the most interesting ever outside oj l New York Oity The Association n has been exceptionally fortunate in the choice of judges they ar not only well qualified to pass o horses na tional reputationAmong them are General Nelson E wh6 will judge the cavalry horses The Show Building now complete is well adapted to the needs of the Show itwill ac Qommodote 10000 people will be a large attendance fromj abroad and the various will bo represented by VicePresidents Some of ithe well known who have accepted appointments are Mr 0 H P of Now York Hon Tom L Johnson Ohio Gem H o Oorbin of th District of Columbia Mr Henr Fairfax of Virginia Mr May 4f Overton of Tennessee and Mr K FB B oes of Missouri As this is the first indoor Horse Show over attempted in Ken tucky the interest taken in it by people is unusually large and thE prospects are that Kentuckys reputation for fine horses will be emphasized The entries from ton and the Bluegrass are numerous and all the Louisville people who have good horses have7 fi 1 them The Association is under the control of public spirited citizens and the show promises to be firstclass in every r respect A MALICIOUS UE YouUeys Attorneys Denounce the Alleged Report of Gov Taylor Depo sition Printed in the Louisville Time- seGoorgetown Ky Oct SThe following signed statement given Al out by oatsoysattorneys ex q plains itself v Saturdays story in the Louis villeTimes published under tin ndianapolis date line regarding I Gov deposition for use n the YouIJJcLlse is a malicious- e No such statements as nt r ributed to him appear in the eposi ion R N NELSON LJOnewrouDs1 Insidu iu Political Evils There are some political evils which are seen as sops as they are dangerous and which alarm at once as well the people as the government Wars and invag- ionsi J therefore are not always- thea most certain destroyers off national prosperity They come in no questionable shape They announce tb3ironapproach I and the general security is pre alarmp based csoin a Depreciated paper currency or depressed and fall I tring pbliQ credit These insin l i r irate themselveSin the shape of f t0 s- F di1f Y 4 i 1 n 1 kn fallacies accommodation and relief They hold out the mos fallacious liop8of any easy payment of debts and a lighter bur den of taxationDaniel Webster Democratic Legislative Record The Dpmocratic party is now by legislative action committed I to- The Goebel election law odr House bill The Holland bill of unsavory memory It will also be on record as opposing First The Senateelection Uw purely nonpartisan SecondEvery nonpartisan billnre peal of the condemned moder n English for dnmned Goebe1 election l w- FourthOpposition to amendments to the old law made to re move objections urged by Sena tor Goobel Let the people of Kentuck read the record and then rer spondto Mr Bryans appeal ti vote for Becklvam and by thatt vote indorse commend uphold politicYa ginning in February 1898 and continuing to this day The people of Kentucky ca give no such veto of approval and the man whe asks it Bryan becomes equally cesponsiblo wit Beckham for all that has been done for two years in the name of the Democratic party of Ken- tupkyEvening Post Grapevine Mams Tom Nixon and Miss Vie Wyatt visited in the Dalten country last week Claud Carlisle and Miss Myrtle Morrow are each recovering from attacks of fever Mrs Elizabeth Morrison of near Bussellyllle visited her son W L Morrison last week Miss Lizzie Bourland has returned to her homo in Louisville Jas Arnold and Thos Nixon were Muhlenburg county last wreck A number from hero attended the Prohibition speaking Saturday- A new cistern is being dug for the benefit of the church and school house Thomas Xlttengers new house is about completed Several of our good Republican will hear BooBvelt speak next Satur dayGenoPritchett and Sam Arnol- gave a candy pull Wednesday night Misses Agnes Barnhill and Hazl- Slaton who have boon sick ore con valesingi Mrs Rosalie Barnhill and daugh tors Misses Holes and Nannie o near Hanson wore visitors at John Slatons for several days Uncle Jackson Slsk has been on the sick list but is reported better Miss Maymo Todd is visiting the family of M I Cox on Elk creek and attending the protracted meet- Ing at Bethlehem Miss Willie Whitfield has resumed her duties in the schoolroom after several days absence on account of sickness Miles Russell and Boy Morrow are having chills Paul M Moore was elected school trustee Saturday in the Earlington district Np46A i r t L n n Red Hill News tOwing to the extremelydry wreath er the farmers of this vicinity are not through sowing wheat but on last Saturday and Sunday we had a good oldfashioned Republican rain and work will again be resumed Tom Carroll is on the sick list this week M T Hamby and wife anti JrEr Campbell visited relatives at Nebo thisweekRev G Shemmel will preach at Colos Chapel the coming year Mrs Nancy Hamby of the Norton vale vicinity is visiting at Red Hill this week Miss Bertha Crick who has been suffering from spinal meningitis for a few days is reported as some bet for at this writing J Tom Grace who loft for parts unknown is how in East St Louis where ho has accepted a very lucra tive position in a large flouring mill I J D Whltfleld and Hanson Crick made a business trip to Hopkinsville last Saturday Miss Bozzie Buddell has been quite sick with for the past two weeks Hon W C Lyell was elected trus tee of tho school board at this place Saturdays theywero married here The contracting parties wore J D Whitfield to Miss Susan MeGar C O Fox to Miss Clara Crick J D Stanley to Miss Lucy Fox and C M Oglesby to Miss ofm worthy young people of this vicinity and we extend our congratulations This is only a start in tho weddings ifnproves we try to report half a dozen next time willhwhere they will enter college Seyeral of our good Republicans will go to Hopkinsvillo Saturday to hear Col Roosevelt speak George Reed had a horse to die with lockJaw lastweek- Rov W F Crick and family of Orange Grove will move into our midst in the near future to make their home for thecomlng year Senator E G Mills of Wisconsin Will speak especially to laboring people at the times and placesEarlington Hopkins County FrI Oct 12th 780 pm SaturdayOctCentral Oity Mublonberg County mLouisville Tues day Oct lath 8 p m Ashland Boyd County Wednes dayOct17th 780p m Lexington FayettoCounty Thurs day Oct 18th 8 p m FridayOctcountySaturdayYours for Clvil Liberty G W LONG Secty A Pointed Question BnEd should hear a man denounce all of your associates as supposeobe tried for your life or liberty and you should find this same man sitting as Judge and on looking around cornfdone the same thing and if you should find that the jury was of the same faith and order while I do not say they would notdoexactly right out would you same confidence in receiving Justice as if you had never heard them pro nounce my friends as liars thieves and murderers Moss BACK Mr Davo Houlihan is threatened with typhoid fever Dr BuffsCOUCH SYRUPC- ures Hoarseness arid Sore Throat It h the beet remedy for stubborn colds Dal1 dOMle Ihrbe 6centa at drum It i1 t l1tt J- or d BRYAN ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR GOEBELISM Political parties are useful and necessary but politiqal parties must Mean more than the piratical raid office Political partied cannot fairness and honesty and themselves float Po litical parties in a republic by the enslavement of the people V entJtQY it they will be swept from the earth as a conflagration No party tlmJever was or ever shall be weighs a feather m the scale with the people to cast their vote and have them counted We are woefully mis taken in the people of Kentucky if ariyparty cnn live that identifies ignominyhas I same graveIf party or Republican party or the Populist party shall make the Goebel conspiracy own it brings upon itself its own destruction or the people of Kentucky are no longer of the right of selfgovernment which they will have sur degradationthein this union have yet given any sign CourierJournal March 16 1808 Saturg ynighfMr Bryantill his One address 15 in Kentucky said in for Governor This is the last thing that remained in order to identify the Democratic party with Gdebelism Mr Beckham was Speaker Beckham when the Goebel bill was passed He was named by Goe el his candidate for Lieutenant Governor He entered with Goebel in the contest to have the will of the people set aside and today is the beneficiary of that law 61 that Music Hall convention and of that contest Beckham is in the full enjoyment of the stolen goods Give us Beckham for Governor says Mr Bryan himself a candidate for President That was an appeal to the people of Kentucky to accept the yoke of Goebelism surrender the right to control public afffirsItI- S an appeal from Bryan to the disfranchised city to vote that disfranchisement It was an to our people to indorse all the jugglery going on at Frankfort in a vain effort to confuse the issue and blind the people to all the crimes done in the name of the Democratic party This is the fourth time Mr Bryan has come to Kentucky to throw his influence against honesty in politics against popular rights against the first principles of Democracy This is the fourth time this gentleman whose personal integrity is the boast of his friendshas come to Kentucky to countenance fraud and treachery to promote theft to counsel the betrayal of justice by judges He stands as the defender of the worst crime committed in any State in the Union He came last year to plead for Goebel When Goebel was beaten Bryan congratulated his election When he sought to drive honest men into dishonest paths to reach an office the law denied him Bryan came to aid him in driving re luctant Democrats to that point of infamy Now he comes once more to complete the circle of his own degradation As he stood before that audience with upliftedhandthathand was black with disgrace His voice was the voice of pleading for Esaus birth rightland in the estimation of men who know what Democracy is Lucifer never to rise again When he reads the election returns November 7 when he learns that Goebelism and this new Democracy have been in one red burial blent let him say to himself Had I served my party with half the zeal I have served myself Kentucky would not have left me naked to my enemies Louisville Evening Post DR BRYANS PANACEA J If on rising In the morning youve a ringing in your ears iif And the ringing seems an echo of last nights McKInley cheers And you feel aglow of pleasure as with patriotic thought J You reflect that your great country will hold on to what shes got Man youre threatened with expansion with imperalitis sure 0 And to find relief youll have to take good Dr Bryans Cure If you have that crowded feeling in your pudgy pocketbook If the coins that clink so merrily are yellow in their look If your eyes are so affected that you cannot really see- The beauties and the glories of the silver that is free On beware afflicted mortal tis golditis you endure And you should take sixteen doses of good Dr Bryans Cure t If youve any doubts of whether Dr Bryans cure will Just Knock the microbes Into nothing when they form a microbe trust You have caug monopolltis and youd better take his dope + True he dont know how to cure them but he has a lot of hope And you dont know it yourself but then youre trodden down and poor So youd best secure a bottle of good Dr Bryans Cure If youre any other troubleif youve falling off the hair If your dlnnorpall Is heavysuch a load for you to bear t If you waste your time in working if your bank book is too fat The Bryan Panacea will soon remedy all that Its a brow of fldkle fancy mixed with hot air very pure And its good for all your troubles is old Dr Bryans Cure- Baltimore American SUBSCRIBE FO- Rmius J3EEONE DOLLAR PER YEAR GOOD i- HEALTh1 by the QuartrEvery bottle you take of Johnston Sareaparllla means better health and every bottle contains a full quart Itmakes better bloodpurerb- lood For thirty years this famous r remedy bas been creating anti main 1 tatnlng good health 1Sarsaparilla 1nenesmy other remedy known The pallor of the check disappears energy takes the place ore Languor and the rich color of health flows to ho ocheeks Unequalled for all disorders of the stomach and liver and for all weakening com plaints of men women and children lcirptrt1rIee LOO pet run qW tettk I MICHIGAN DRUG CO Detroit rifcli For sale by St Bernard Drug- Store KyfThe Cheapest Hometeekers Excursions of the Year On October 2 and 10 t1eQr atIRock Island Bouto will sell round trip tickets at following rates1loIDenver Colorado Springs and Pu eblo 2700 from Chicago and 2400 from Peoria to Kansas and Ne braska 1600 from Chicago and 1200 from Peoria to Oklahoma and Indian Territory 1700 from Chicago and 1400 from Peoria Return limit 21 days The Klowa Comanche and Apache Reservations in Okla homa will be thrown open for settle ment next spring These will com prise over 2000000 acres for public providing over 12000 homesteads of 160 acrer each and 10000 mineral claims The Great Rock Island Route istho only line reaching thistfN splendid district If you want a fertile farm accompany ono of those cheap excursions and inspect thee country The information will be of service when the Reservations are opened For full information address JOHN SEBASTIAN G P A- Chicago Subscribe for THE BEE 1 a Capital Stock Paid In Surplus Fund 150000 120000 f COMMENCED BUSINESS IN 1887 ilNOG MORTON 13ANKER1he N tl arhrh flAtitA HM BUlAi rn JM I OTHBcrii and Iii weal ea the bank Js a good one Tneret conTen lence the money always ready and IquanderlneBurnt when you have a large mm In your pocke- tMADISONVILLI3 KENTUCKY 1GO t IDESIGNS Anions ending a sketch and deaorl UOn mar itcklr ascertain our opinion frog whether uUoruetrtctlyconedentlpal nandhookonPatentafor eecurtnFpetept- aIatenta tAken throullh Munn tfteM notice without chante In tho Scientific BmerkanAband- eomelrtllnetratedweekly Largest dr Terms IJ a- yearfournonthaLSoldbyaUnewedeelere MUNCO36tgroadwar Bran OMee 1 I o D C o r ria Chillsd alIdtrt V O fo1c MsKRe iRea- epeve14J 4 L THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS 1 GrovesTasteless Chill TonicThe formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you 1 know just what you are taking when you take Groves Imitators t do not advertise their formula knowing that you wouldnot buy o Jt I their medicine if you knew what It contained Groves contains 1 f i Irorr and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless 3- tskk form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the 4malaria putofthe system Any reliable druggist will tell thar J Groves is the Original and that all r socalledTasteIec 4 1 chin Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shower r that Groves is superior to all others in every respect YOU i iJ are not experimenting when you8 take GrovesWits Superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the n tJlon y Chill Cure sold = throughout the entire malarialt sccuonsSf r yat c United States No Cure No Pay Price sec V f 1 f c i 4 I k 1 t io Yir f i 71 fo iflR t J f 9I l l 1 lA t THE BEE E RLItSIGO1KYs 7 V t fiDEM aR M I COMPARED WITH REPUBLICAN PROSPERin tl l v Illustrated by Hopkins County Coal Infercsd VrL 1gip In 1892 The Last Year of President Harrisons Administration s Percentage of j1 Increase 1 Produced r R I 7 A V t S I Hopkins County t J i 76ions r- I l t InI8o3Tte First Year of Cleveland s Administration J 03 F IPrCentr 1 I y 4v Napkins County Produced 761 074 I TonsS inv 5 Year 892 t y Jip ira In 1896The Last Year of Clevelands Administration 4 r 3 Per cent 4gHopkins County Produced J f i 779181 Tons fl4viiTvcSJ b iIn 1897The First Year of McKlnleys AdministrationsY t cent 1896 jIN Hopkins County Produced J J i jI961412 Tons 2 3Per Year J v I rf In 1849The Third Year of Republican RuleIPer Cent J- t X Hopkins County Produced q r v q J 265706 Tons DT In 3t i 1 h v t4 A Democratic Increase in four years of 5 34 per cent of yif j r 4 ftJ i A Republican Increase in three years of 62 12 per cent LOUISVILLE HORSE SHOW Magnificent Display of Fine Horses from t Many States and Canada SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROAD willkl 4 There are nearly 600 entriesr the various classes The horseE t from all parts of the Unite States including two carload from uanada The fancy classes are exceptionally well filled The display of jumpers will be one o the best ever seen Altogethe the show promises to be the mos i e interesting ever outside of New York City The Association l I has been exceptionally fortunate in the choice of judges they are not only well qualified to pass on horses but as a rule men of na tional reputation Among then are General Nelson E Miles whd will judge the cavalry horses The Horse Show Building now complete is well adapted to thr needs of the Show and it will ac commodoto 10000 people Ther will be a large attendance from abroad and tho various States will bo represented by Honorary VicePresidents Some of ithe well known who have ac- ceptedf appomtmentsare Mr 0 H P of York City Hon Tom L Johnson of I Gen H 0 Corbin of the District of Columbia Mr Henry Fairfax of Virginia Mr May tx Tennessee and Mr F B Bees of Missouri illA this is the firstiudoor Horse- Show overattempted in Ken tucky the interest taken in it b the home people is unusually large and the prospects are that J Kentuckys reputation for em fiBeI LexlDgitonnumerous and all the Louisville pcoplewhohave good horses Jiave entered The Association is under the control of ff spirited citizens and the sha promises to be firstclass in every 1 respect A MALICIOUS UE t Youtseys Attorneys Denounce the AI leged Report of Gov Taylors Depo r sitlon Printed in the Loukvllle tTlmesGeorgetown Ky Oct 8Tne 6 following signed statement given out by Yontseyd attorneys ex w plains itself Saturdays story in the Louis yule Times published under an Indianapolis date line regarding III Gov Taylors deposition for use jinthe Youtsey case is a malicious No such statements as attributed to him appear in the deposition UK N NELSON UL J CBAWFORD t nsdu us Political Evils L its There are some political evils which are Been as soon as they t are dangerous and which alarm at once as well the people as the government Wars arid invns- ions therefore are not always the most certain destroyers of national prosperity They come s in no questionable shape They announce their own approach k J and the general securlbl pre oy served by general alarm detaPepre paper- currency or a depressed and fall j ing public credit These insinJ I nat0thera8elveaJ inthe shapeof t Ji 1 t 1j ie iII f4 L i fallacies accommodation and relief They hold out the most fallacious hopeof any easy pay ment of debts and a lighter bur den of taxation Daniel Web ster Democratic Legislative Record The Democratic party is now by legislative action committed to nThe Goebel election law ordbillsThe Holland bill of unsavory memory opr PirstTho Senateelection law purely nonpartisan SecondEvery nonpartisan amendment to tire House bill Third Opposition to the repeal of tho condemned modern English for damnedGoebel election law- FourthOpposition to amend ments to the old law made to re move objections urged by Sena tor Goebel Let the people of Kentucky read the record and then Tor spond to Mr Bryans appeal to vote for Beckham and by that vote indorse commend uphold all the innumerable political crimes for which Beokham It is a fearful list be- gInning in February 1896 and continuing to this day The people of Kentucky can OVaIyman e becomes equally oesponsible with IBeckham for all that has been done for two years in the name of the Democratic party of Ken tucky Evening Post Grapevine MMU WyatttYweek Claud Carlisle and Miss Myrtle Morrow are each nreeovoring from attacks of fever Mrs Elizabeth Morrison of near RuBsellyillo visited her son W L Morrison last week Miss Lizzie Bourlnnd has returned to her homo in Louisville Jas Arnold and Thos Nixon wore in Muhlenburg county last week A number from hero attended the Prohibition speaking Saturday- A new cistern is being dug for the benefit of the church and school houseThomas Kittengors now house is about completed Several of our good Republicans will hoar Roosvelt speak next Satur day Gene Pritchett and Sam Arnold gave a candy pull Wednesday night Misses Agnes Barnhill anti Hazlo Slaton who have been sick are con valesingt Mrs Rosalie Barnhill and daugh ters Misses Helen and Nannie of near Hanson were visitors at John Slatons for several days Uncle Jackson Bisk has been on the sick list but is reported better Miss Maymo Todd is visiting the family of M FCox on Elk creek and attending the protracted meeting dt Bethlehem Miss Willie yVhitfleld has resumed her duties in the schoolroom after several days absence on account of sicknessMiles Russell and Roy Morrow are having chills Paul M Moore was elected pchool trustee Saturday in the Earlingtond- i6ErlatNgP 4bt jJia IetPtlfti t J tJfr + rX Red Hill News Owing to the extremelydryweath er the farmers of this vicinity are not through sowing wheat but o last Saturday and Sunday we had a good oldfashioned Republican rain and work will again be resumed Tom Carroll is on tho sick list this week M T Hamby and wife and J E Campbell visited relatives at Nebo this week Rev W G Shommel will preac at Coles Chapel the coming year Mr Nancy Hamby of the Norton vllle vicinity is visiting at Red H1- 1this week Miss Bertha Crick who has been suffering from spinal meningitis for a fow days is reported as some bet ter at this writing- J Tom Grace who left for parts unknown IB how in East St Louis whore ho has accepted a very lucra tive position in a largo flouring mill J D Whitfleld and Hanson Crick made a business trip to Hopklnsvillo last Saturday Miss Bozzio Ruddell has been quit sick with for the past two weeks Hon W CIjyell was elected trus tee of tho school board at this place SaturdaypOwing to the inclemency of the weather Sunday only four couple s were married here The contracting parties were J D Whltflold to Mis Susan McGar C O Fox to Miss Clara Crick J D Stanley to Miss Lucy Fox and C1t Oglesby to Miss Cappie Grace Rev W F Crick of ficiating All of the parties aro very worthy young people of this vicinity and we extend our congratulations This is only a start in tho weddings that are to be here this fall and if the weather proves favorable we will try to report halt a dozen next time L E Price and W H Stanley will leave for Lexington January 1st where they will enter college Several of our good Republicans will go to Hopklnsvillo Saturday to hear Col Roosevelt speak George Reed had a horse to die with lockjaw last week Rev W F Crick and family of 0rango Grove will move into our midst in tho near future to make their home for thocomlng year Senator E G Mills of Wisconsin Will speak especially to laboring people at the following times and places t Earlington Hopkins County Frt Oat 12th pm SnturdayOct CountyMondayLczisville Jefferson County Tues Oct 16th 8 p m Ashland Boyd County Wednes day Oct 17th4 7B0p m Lexington FayetteCounty Thurs day Oct 18th 8 p m FridayOatlOth countySaturdayYours libertyQ A Pointed Question EDITOR BhE- Sppposo you should hear a man all of your associates as thieves and murderers and suppose should be so unfortunate as to be tried for your life or liberty and you should find this same man sitting as judge and on looking around you find the attorney for the com monwealth to bea man who had youshouldsame faith and order while I do not say they would not do exactly right but would you feel the same confluence in receiving justice as if you had novel heard them Qounco my friends as liars thieves- and murderers Moss BAOK Mr Dave Houlihan is threatened typhoidleyorDr ICOUGH SYRUP Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat It is the beet remedyiorBttibborn colds Bmalldoeee MM 5 rote tdrofgirt d i Sl 4t I ti oI c Jr 1 1 0f 1i fY BRYAN ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR GOEBELISM Political parties are useful and necessary butpolticplpartfes must Wean Intro than the piratical raid upon Political parties cannot sink fairness and honesty and themselves lIoatpo litical parties in a republic cannot exist by the enslavement of the people When t4 y attempt it they will be swept from the earth as before a conlIa ration No that ever was or ever peopletotaken in the people of Kentucky if anyparty can live that identifies ignominy same graveIf party or Republican party or the Populist part shall make the Qoebel conspiracy own it brings upon it longerdeservingrendered and that they have sunk to depths of the people of Kentucky nor the people of any other commonwealth in this union have yetgiven any sign CourierJournal March 101808 Saturday night Mr Bryant in his one address in Kentucky said- mconcluslon GIve us lam for Governor This is the last thing that remained in order to identify the Dem ocratic party with G ebelism Mr Beckham was Beckham when the Goebel bill was passed He was named by Qoebiel his candidate for Lieutenant Governor He entered with Goebel in the contest to have the will of the people set aside and today is the beneficiary of that law Of that Music Hall convention and of that contest Beckham is in the full of thee stolen goods Give us Beckham for Governortsays Mr Bryan himself a candidate for President LThat was an al to the people of Kentucky to accept the yoke of Goobolisnii surrender to control public affairs It is an appeal from Bryan to the disfranchised city to t6 indorse that disfranchisement It was an appeal to our people to indorse all the jugglery going on at Frankfort in a vain effort to confuse the issue and blind the people to all the crimes done in the name of the Democratlcparty This is the fourth time Mr Bryan has come to Kentucky to throw his influence ns honesty in s against popular fourthhtime this Whose integrity is treacheryias cr me State in the Union He came last year to plead for Goebel When Goebel was beaten Bryan congratulated upon his election When ho sought to drive honest men into dishonest paths to reach an office the law denied him came to aid him in driving re luctant Democrats to that pointof infamy Now he comes once more to complete the circle of his own degradation As nest od before that audience with uplifted hand that hand was black wIth disgrace His voice was the voice of Jacob pleading for Esausbirth in the estimation of men who Know what Democracy is he fell like Lucifer never to rise again When he reads the election returns November 7 when he learns that Goebelism and this new Democracy have been in one 3red burial blent lot him say to himself Had I served my party half the zeal I have served myself Kentucky would not have left me naked to my enemies Louisville Evening Ppst DR BRYANS PANACEA If on risingln the morning youve a ringing in your ears And the ringing seems an echo of last nights McKinley cheers And you feel aglow of pleasure as with patriotic thoughts You reflect that your great country will hold on to what shes got Man youre threatened with expansion with imperalitis sure And to find relief youll have to take good Dr Bryans Cure If you have that crowded feeling in your pudgy pocketbook If the coins that clink so merrily are yellow in their look If your eyes are so affected that you cannot really see The beauties and the glories of thq silver that is free On beware afflicted mortal tis golditls you endure And you should take sixteen doses of good Dr Bryans Cure 1 If youve any doubts of whether Dr Bryans cure will Just Knock the microbes into nothing when thpy form a microbe trust N You have caught monopolltis and youd better take his dope ITrue he dont know how to cure them but he has a lot of Hope And you dontknow it yourself but then youre trodden down and poor So youd best secure a bottle of good Dr Bryans Cure If youre any other troubleIf youve falling off the hairy If your dinnorfpall is heavy such a load for you to boar I 4 IIfyouwaste your time in working if your bank book is top Sat The Bryan Panacea will soon remedy all that Its a brew of fldkle fancy mixed with hot air very pure And its good for all your troubles Is old Dr Bryans Cure- Baltimore American SUBSCRIBE FOR iTHEJ3EEONE DOLLAR PER YEAR GOOD i- HEALTH by the Quart TohnstonaSarsaparilla and every bottlo contains a Qua quart Itmakes better bloOdpurer blood forthirty yean this famous rene4y baa been creating and maInertaming good health I J 1SarsapatiUa 1IbullcSsup system tonGS nerves and strengthens tho muscles I morn promptly and effectually than iny other remedy known The pallor of the sbeek disappears energy takes the place ot languor and the rich color of health flows to iho cheeks Unequanedforandlsordersofthes- tomach and liver Bud for all weakening com plaints of men women and children SoIl ritf7Wtrt1rIce 1100 ptrhn Put tattle I HlCHIdAN DRUG CO Detroit rUch j For sale bySt Bernard Drug StoreEa Jingt n Ky The Cheapest Homescckcrs Excursions of the Year On October 2 and 16 the Qreat Bock Island Route will sell round- trip 4 tickets nt following rates To Denver Colorado Springs and Pu eblo 2700 from Chicago and 2400 from Peoria to Kans snuit Ne braska 1500 from Chicago and 1200 from Peoria to Oklahoma and Indian Territory 1700 fromOhi and 1400 from Peoria Return limit 21 days Tho Kiowa Comanche and Apache Reservations in Okla + homa will be thrown open for settle ment next spring These will com= prisa over 2000000 acres for public providing over 12000 homesteads of 160 acres each and 10000 mineral claims The Great Bock Island Route Is the only line reaching this i splendid district If you want a fertile farm accompany one of these cheap excursions and inspect the country The information will be of service when the Reservations are opened For full information addressJOHN SEBASTIAN G P A- Chtcago Subscribe for TIlE BEE Capital Stock Paid In Sarplus Fund 150000 120000 COMMENCED BUSINESS IN 1867 JNO GMORTON BANKER1J1 alts rywrbThe 1 rnnlnerta1t i weartafll w u ando i 1 ers wd the bank is a good one There convene lenee the money alwayi ready and squandaring sums when you have a large sum in your pock- etMADISONVILLEu KENTUCKY EXPERIENCE CO YEARS 1 1DESIGNS Anyone sending a sketch and deaort Uon 1 our free whether aa Invention Is tentnble Communlovv patentlceent atenu taken Ia notice without charge lnt- heStkntifitJlm ri aU A handsomely illustrated weekly Larson clr eolation of any sclunuflo Journal Terms 13 A four months newsdealers YorkDranch tYata Chills ft S0veveJlIJ 0 i THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill TonicThe formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you 1 y know just what you are taking when you take Groves Imitators z do not advertise their formula knowing that you wouldnot uYiJ their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves containsI Jj Iron and Quinine put up incorrect proportions arid isina Tasteless 1 formThc Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the itri1alari out of the system Arty reliable druggist will t llrQU the c es is the Original and that allot socalled telese- t YChill Tonics are imitations An analysis ofother chill tonics shbvv r that Groves is superior to all others in every respesitV YOUi rA 1 are not experimentingwhen you take Grovesits superiority y ndexce11nce having long been established Groves is ttiSf j t only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malariai sccuons r r 1t1 UniUd States No Cure No Pay fncc s- r bc tI p i i j 1 tJ iC t g r fc1t I 0 h r h tJKT r 01 IItJ fivfwSA ft I f J UJ rr j f til JS 1 ct I t a 1 T7 T T 1 BTHEBEE EARLl GTUf KYIt StMD Y SCHOOL IJl t1 OJ ftHQUAftTEr rEft NATIONAL SERIES OCT 14 j V r YELJM S ffetYtv 1TCotnnientary- t Pre iDrgdby the fevD p Stearns Copyright 1900 by American Prew Aseo r elation r r jlSiDltsscd Is he that shall cat bread In tho kingdom of God1 His reference f to ompenseatthl fcarroctlon of the Just seems to Lava led one of the com pant to make- greatly this remark Moses was affected by the recotnpeMc of the reward Abraham by the city which bath ouadatkiriB JoU looked for theti G rrecUon of th6 body and Daniel ateo m kingdoL1obi f T Dan ifl 13 The thooght that the re dcmptlon of Qod which Hobps provided In Christ IB Iritcnded to fit us for heav and take ua thero does not affect the be J Hever as the greater troth that we are redeemed His precious blood that we maybe fitted to reign with Him when His kingdom shall be set up on ihlaoarth net V010 Danvtl2i 1617HOomo tar fall things are now t ready It may be that the man who made the remark of the previous Terse meant that be would boa fortunate v who would be good enough to enter kingdom of God but our Lord teaches In prepareforenter It Is like a king making ama rrlage for his sqn and providing wedding t garments for air who will come it being required of those Invited that they ac4 providedfI j 114 No one is able to fit himself + p the PrcsDCO of the King but the Kin gfal+ proIdeseverything and sends oat H invitations saying Comeforan is A grnelGUsInvltiltlona xi 2S80 Rev zrll 17 and John 111 10I rirInthe first illustration of Gods rcdemp In the Scriptures the coats of skins r obtained by the sh ddlngof blood the 1 F Lord provided all and tho only thing re quired of guilty Adam and Eve was to e discard their own efforts tho fig leaf provlsfoGenLord one whit to obtain those robes v 18 And they all with one consent bc rganto make excuse They despised IDs invitation and His kindness They I mocked the messengers of God and de prophflieved not in God and trusted not In His witfh reVI and the world was made by Him an- l the world knew Him not John i 10 11 The despisers of this parable like ofit between Him and thdmselves This first despiser talks of a piece pt Uwhlcb V needs his Inspection not considering ihnt the earth Is the Lords and only His grace was the money with which he f bought it in his possession Self Is first r In his case f ontJL JMP IT iii Iliii In liiiji land without seet lag It or to buy oxen without proving them It is another case of being self r thdndhlllsare His and Ho giveth life to all creatures and even these dumb creatures put their owners to shame for lt Is written The ox knoweth his iowner and the ass his masters crib but Israel doth not know my doth not con jtoka Ic U 8eaqvSAnd aoothe eftid 1 bavo married a wtfe van theMe l cannot come IaIGeI4id fl try have tits dryy land fwith p 1I8 kerbs and trees then all I reattiree aad last ot all Adam and Ere ahdtheir marrlaga an4anth1ng8 and ni dreatures placed uo J r oontroL Bev six to xdr we have the anL the Lamb the last Adam and Eve the whole earth tho Lords and all croa tutee enjoying the liberty of the glory ofr the children of God Born viiI 21 Thoeo who think more of their own little farm or yoke of oxen or home affairs than of His kingdom and glory are like 1 these despisers but those who seek first the kingdom of God and His righteous ness will have all these things added to them Math vI 33 21 Bring In hith thepoor and the maimed and the halt and tho blind He sneaks of the master of the house doing Just what He had advised the master of the house where He then was to do possessionhiI o rites those who have no possessions t nothing of this world to entangle them In chapter rlif24 25 He taught that it oi i p was eery difficult for those who have the riches of this world to obtain the riches C of the kiugdonl The gospel obtains more nsn rule from among the poor 4 chapters Iv 18 vII 22 a 22 Yet there is room With Him Isc Hoise r c that all should come to repentance PetIIII 0 He will have nil men to be saved wand to come unto the knowledge of the truth giving to all the gracious enconr I agormnt Him that cometh to Me I will in nowise east out I Tim II 4 John 187 There Is room for all who will But1oW1 c heard the Invitation Are we faithful who have been put in trust wIth the gos pel I These 114 23 Compel them to come In Notconly from the streets and lanes which are 4 full of people but from the highways and hedges we are to gather them by going earnestlyi c Spirits work to coAVincoof sin but Ho- ttteaI men and women as His messengers c I and as we go with the invitation an I tvr+ e 11 coma to Sim John vl 87 C 1 24 Tbo e Who having beard refuse tVtUbe Shut tand terrible IS r 0 fan used concerning such Pror 124II 27It eHJTfWhUe His salvation sfully iirovMed and freely given by Him i to all whocoale to iHIm and all such shall betto His kingdgryet there are specs iriTlleg r honors for those who fHifilb HiE w bole hearted disciple- cf vt tis He pppakf in the rest of I r mss flee I Cor III H IrS j 4 brr f 7i I1i rjIL Ifiitt Ha f f 1 1 IIIjij1 J I t r i r I t I j k r I I ll n r w tnf t r L 7Ioj iIfV1t r i kl CHRIltlAN ENDEAVOR Toplo1 ier the vee1c1leIraaJijr Out irfUesi eat fey ROT sn 071e 4brtaliwitba talieloaary the secret of tli HcceM 4I Tin IT U Ojoartcriy tal doo setla 4- Paul waa site and groe test mls tslon0J7the world has over hal1He preached tbo pelon two continents ho stood before kings and slaves ho persuaded philosophers and peasants and was remarkable in establishing n large number of strong and vigorous churches In the principal cities of his day Awaiting too end of his life seeks to Inspire Timothy to a faithful ministry bynn appeal to life own faithfulness and by the prospect of the splendid reword which ho has Imme ationlteInspire nil missionaries of tho and tho secret of his great success Is worthy our most careful and earnest study It Is not hard to find The dIe tinguishing characterbtlcg of this nncnt apostle which crowned his labo with success stand out prominently in his long and eventful career and maY bo rend and known of oil men In Jlriri reliance upon lad ho threw his wb010 being into his work stopping at no sacrifice not even at the sacrifice of bis lifts and success came It will como to all who emulate his example In these respects hetheHoly Ghost rafted Paul to his Impor totent and work anti no man ever placed himself more completely under the control of tbo Spirit than did Paul Where the Spirit said 0C00he went Where tho Spirit said StnyN ho staid His was a Spirit filled and a Spirit di rectal life Such lives will be success In missionary work- S Pawl was successful because be bo Itcvcd his message Pauls faith was Intense It was burned Into his very being He kept the With whether fac lug kings or subjects Jews or gentiles life or death Faith Is an cssctltlaleoI ment In missionary success have faith before wo can have con verts S Paul leas successful because of his iabllity to adapt himself to all men and to all classes and conditions of life HeI was all things to all men in a noble and lofty sense To the Jews ho ways Jew to the weak he was weak to theC strong be was strong Ho adapted blmC self to all people with whom he aIDej tn contact that ho might win them to Christ Adaptability to the life of those with whom we labor is absolute Lv essential to missionary success S H NEWI OLD Manager 342 West Main Street Louisville Ky JAMES R LOPE Mana ger 201 North Cherry Street Nashville Tenn QAPT R Q ROUS lIana ger Paducah Ky OAPX T L LEE Manager Corner Main and Auction Streets Memphis T nn AS FORD Second Street Ev ausvill Ilia t tPauls earnestness cbatelbntea to his success As earnestly u the eon testant strove In tbegame or rung net ran In the race so he laboredzeal ousiy and untiringly In the cause which rho loved We must not only strive agoniao to bo saved ourselves but must throw this same spirit into our efforts to load others to Christ It wo would be successful cs Pauls self denial was aa element In his success Paul sacrificed all for Christs causehome country personal ambitions cherishcdtbcliefs comforts and at last life itself No missionary or succeededIbo was willing oven to be offered up for Christs sake THE xKAYEn aaasmo meetcrosslives of missionaries whohRe been successful rBIBLE HEADINGS 1820zgCor Ui 510 Is 1022 II Cor xU 2333 Hcb sL 3G40 c OUR COLORED CITIZENS a ifj Mrs Josio Brown of St LouIs who has been the guest of her sister L Gatewood loft for Bus llville her former bomb Sunday where she will visit friends nnd relatives She will visit Bowling GreeniFrahk lin nnd other points before returning to St Louis Much Interest was taken in the trustee election Saturday anid more votes were polled than ever beforo In a similar election lVllllatnlirown- was elected and n poll tEc of100 was also voted f iSfe There will be but one class in heaven the pure in heart and one class in torment tho impute in heart All mothers are earnestly re to bo at the school limscI Friday morning October 19 affd remain from 900 to 1200 oclOck This hour is arranged as many say they not come in the afternooaf DoI come mothers J and enjoy a trent Our aim is to do all we can to honor and encourage mothers Pursuant to a call the colored I voters met at tho school house on r 1 Y U 4t SklnTorturedBables IAl1d Tired Mothers In a warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP and a single anointing with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This Is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of balrof Infants and children and is sure to when all else fails COMPLtTF XTERNALANDINTERNAITREATMENTFOREVERYHUMOR12Q of C elOk i o cvnwu fa 114 1 WeoiL t hnIMITBITwh lvnn nHCI XDCaesCVxfSaMHgw8ua auIlealpKu4HakfitCo the evening of Thursday the 4th Inst The meeting was called to or derby J B Hawkins who stated the object as well as the necessity of snch an organization The election of officers resulted as follows JB Hawkins President Simon Dunlap Vice President SR Driver Secretary J E Todd Assistant Secretary Much enthusiasm was manifested by all showing that the fire of Re publicanism Is now at a white heat and thatEarlington is earnest act ive atid aggressive Some good talks were made along the lines suggested by the meeting The wide awake editor of THE BKB and that true and staunch Republican City Judge Cowell were both present and gina voice to their approval There be a pleasant rivalry with the otli precincts in points of numbers etc which will organise at once Forty five members enrolled and an honest effort will be made to get out the full vote of the city The club will meet every Thursday night at the Meth WWIWaBERNARD COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED off 1Y1iiers and Shippers of COAL AND COKE Gefl Office EarJfngton Kentucky Branch dffices PalmerHouseBroad- way Manager327- Upper Ftstfor AxauSreiNdsc rf- V a Wholesale I Agents HUNT c BRO Memphis Tennessee HESSER HILTQN Rialto Building SL Louis Mo J IV BBIDGMA2T Room X94 Kicr Building Chi r cafe 111 I 4 r I ft tl f j THE1IFAMDUCOALt I t tJ For all uses from Earlington Diamond and St Charles 11 v Mines R Qnly Vibrating Screens and Picking Tablet 1 tr J N V + used THE BEST SELECTED COAL W SHE ft 7 tf 1 tfiI j IItId 1 ii 1 3IIARKET 4 rI l ti 1 GRUSIIKID 1 hKKyo of BH8BURNKR8 NriFUK JTITJp K8 BERNer ARI CRUSHED COKE for a much less prjceOne t J tno the Crushed Coke will do the same work sj r r Jl tT to f sonetonHof the best Anthracite Coal vI r tfr t qtYalK YJJUl DEALeR FOr ITlAND JAVB M01tEYj f Jw f f WlWS e t e h y xf- n rylit 1 j i Ti r fity Ir F- pLh1Ii i 41Sj5 vJi S 1 f t I k HUBHir TONP- ALATABLE l Better Than Calomel and QuinineI t THE OLD RELIABLE j I fixtlff 1 General Tonic 4 j F t t AS WELL ASA fO l SurrCurd for CHILLS And FEVER IT NEVER FAILS iff Jusivhat you need at this season oif MILD LAXATIVE 4f J 1 J NERVOUS SEDATIVE jl SPLENDID TONIC J Gunrnnteod by your Druggist F Dont take any substitute L 50c and 100 Bottles v odlBt church at 780 J B HAWKINS Pros 8 R DniVEn Sooy TKACIIBKS ABSOOIATIOX Tho colored Teachers Association will convene atNobo Friday Qoto bar 12 and the following program will be rendered 000 Opening exorcise conducted b Rov Martin i20 Tho Ends Attained by AlSO elation SV JJennlngsiDUO Best Teaching Writing L Gatewood 1 1000 Recess 1016 Tho Teacjjcrias Governor P R Cabell t 108Object Lessons and Their Value Miss F B Warder 106Mental ArlthmetloMrs An na Bradley lltl5 Jphabet Method Why B LTeaguo Harr 1200Noon Adjournment fflO Music Singing in School S- Cl0Tlio Qualifications of a Teacher County Superintendent S R Brown 210 Primary Reading Miss Ella Hawkins General Discussion 230Grammar and How Taught Mrs Anna Dauchorty 245 Moral Worth of School Du ties U S Simpson 303 Character Building MrsKCornelia S Steele 835School Incentives Misg L WIns road CORNELIA S STEELE V P L Gate wood Becy p Miko Wilcox has Quit tho U M W at last During all those months of Idleness since strike at Oak Hill Mike has received the munifi cent sum of four dollars in thirty weeksor less than twelve cents ft week Mike has a family and twelve promfireshort When be heard that tho 4 order owes a Mortons merchant 175 for lonlJ 8dvancedlho was eonvlncedthat 1 were not toting tab that the black man waft expected to pay dues but tM was not to share of i the strike lands Mike knows that the secretary of the order Campbell fet UO amonth a cut price oK a month and he was a fool of a black min to expect Doc Smith Jim Wood John Tate and the rest of the gang would treats brother as an equal In the distribution of rrnb money The colored man who Joins U Y W In ItentueKY Is not competent to manage his own af fairs That mulo strike was an ox pensive one to you Mike but Sccre tart Campbell thrived on it Itgave and his follow ofllcors an opportunity of aeBossing tho poor dupes of order to pay their sala ales And expense accounts Did you ever see socalled uexpon o accounts And did Campbell askyou to to on that the r ofhimlecretary thatState UMpsJltnmynow a call and order all Hopkins county mines to thattheI cut five cmt ponton could have the Ifendor Y tjlcJJrfulltlnTrtifltoftlioUMW Wives and children nro IgnorantlorcfJCor mfJlea which have continued to work and intimidating tho honest mon who rtre making a living for wives and JmbloH creatures ofrlagsaswhich should walvo over free men theypleasework and you shan work HKQLA iTEMS Rev W GK Galbroath preached for us Thursday and nightsjRev John Jones olpsod hfc moot addedtoMrs Collins and a child of arequltesickr5nt A young lAdy front Nashville Ia Molfordlf ti r attendIhurch k t 1drK 1 4 v dt r7- ov I IjrJ 4 1 1 IJ f f tr if Iitr f r t Sr t i z i S tf r 0 t ii t tiy r q C I jf n VV SUPPLEMENT TO r j 2TilE EARLINGTON BEE ff rip L Ii T di EAUUtNGTON KYT TIRSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 lr1 r r IJj it t t I EX O r- ytj C 7 ENTERSTIIE Lt f i y 1 1 h Cpld j Warrior Addresses a MonsterI i Meeting in the Louisville Auditorium int 3r v Behalf of Civil Liberty and i t 1 t t Popular Government i I I ExGovernor W 0 Bradley who has teen out 61 the State Tor two months ojilnw business and has returned home f jtomake a speaking tour of the State his first address In tho Audi torium in Louisville on Monday night Ii ito one of the greatest audiences over assembled in the Falls City The r ajpeechwas a masterly review of the i Republican administration of affairs 1 in Kentucky and the J erful arraignment qf the GOebOIneek1 ham Democracy and its Saturnalia of lawlessness Tho speech In full follows I I rGOV BRADLEYS SPEECH 1 We stand upon the thrcshhold of the most momentous campaign over waged vr in Kentucky A campaign which In volves the financial and commercialt prosperity as well as tho honor of th nation One that Involves tho pros perity of the State and above all tho liberty of Its people In such an hou it behooves us to Investigate carefully tho issues that confront us and of forrthe cause of Tight and jnsUce It hasr constantly been assorted by Democratic speakers during this campaign that the Republican party is a t of outlaws and assassins If this be tru it should be condemned by all honor able men but it it be false and political I elqnderer8aro running over the Stato like so many ravening wolves or crawl ing over it like so many poisonous ser pents howling or hissing their foul abuse then tho sober thinking men of tho Commonwealth should by an aval anche of votes bury them from sight forever lt111tt0 Tho proper solution of these matters renders It necessary that wo should recur to tho history of the past An- b before doing t yPu raUst allow mo to commend line CourierJournals expression in an editorial of Juno 9 in which it was said v No Republican can read tho CourierJournal 04688 he be an1 intelligent man Be he never BO wedded to his Republicanismand wo Intonly rest dlfferoncesof opinion but also stubborn loyalty to lifetime aasoclailons bo ho never so rank a partisan he will know that we would and not less than ono of his own neWs paper the ascription that he murder as much as we organipurn equally with him denou that anybody sis for assassination of Goebel except those who hay bo proved and found guilty of tho mur der That much ought to go with out saying If air the Democratic speakers had JJ position In Kentucky the 7ampalgn would havo been pitched pon a higher pYne ae- c TILE DECLlNSiOF DEMOCRACY I But recur the past Tho Ro publican PtiflH this Stale was at ono time cod tlveJy speaking but a bakers dozen It was confronted e t by all the prejudice growing out of the war and the prejudice against tho Ne e 1groand those who undertook to pleads Y his cause Nearly all the wealth of the L State was in the hands of the DemoI cratlo party whose leaders Beck Stevenson Carlisle Lindsay Brecklnridge a Brown Buckner Durham and others t werd the peers if not the superiors of those in any other State of the Union The Republicans had but one or two leaders of recognized experience Their r generals were mostly young men un used to public life and without expo rioncetr At ono time the Democratic ma s Jorlty was in the n neighborhood of ICO k 000 votes But despite all these dlsad vantages after a long struggle which theRepublicansl i Jy 9000 plurality This of itself is a r motet poaTlnclog rpi entt4t some p f I 4pNr thing transpired In the Democratic party tocause this wonderful revolu flea For more than thirty years it hold unlimited and continuous sway and like all other parties so situated It became negligent and corrupt and finally tho flight of Tato In lSSS with more than 200000 of tho States money aroused the people and gave force to the movement which afterward culminated In Republican success As time passed on the heresy of free sll vcr found Its way Into the Democratic party This was thecauso in 1895 and 1896 of the defection of thousands It was succeeded by the passage of the Goebel law and the operations under it before tho election in 1899 which caused tho defection of thousands of others and today all the great Demo cratic leaders aro found fighting against tho nominee of the newfan organe ized tho Democratic party after the war they won Its victories they pro increasedrit many thousands today tbs leadership and brains of tho Dem ocratic party are with Os and in thin main those who were followers In the past have become Its leaders of today Tho grand army which onco swept the State with Immense majorities has Iet defeat and In November next will meet Us Waterloo No stronger son could bo shown to prove that tho Dornocratlii organlsa tlon of today does nQt deserve and will not obtain success And tho tact that these great leaders aro today with the Republican party furnishes convincing proof that that party i not composed of outlaws and assassins Tho advocacy of dishonest money violad lions ohe constitution In the pass ago of vicious legislation and the disfranchisement of tho people by the Democratic party of today has led tho desertion of the great leaders o tho past FOUR YEARS OF REPUBLICANISM There was a time when the cry of nigger equality was a sufficient an swer to the strongest Republican ar gument But that time has fortunately passed and tho calm and deliberate judgment of men now decides great Is sues that aro presented In 1895 th Republicans came into power The found tho State buildings out of re pall the treasury comparatively empty a floating Indebtedness which when absorbed by warrants exceeded 1500 000 a bonded indebtedness of more than 600000 aside from the education soriouslypenitentiaries and tho treasury unablee to pay current expenses Although opposed moro or less during the time at tho end ot four years the outgoing Republican administration left all the public buildings including penitentiar lea and asylums In repair to which wero added many substantial improve nearly at Eddyvlllo erected with money ad vanced by contractors for labor the General Assembly haying refused to appropriate a dollar for that purpose current Indebtedness paid every dollar ef the floating Indebtedness cover ed by warrants paid or money on hand to pay It sufficient money In the treas= ury to pay 600000 of bonds issued by a previous Democratic administration Houses of Reform for the salvation of tho erring children of the State and the credit of the State better Jhan eVer before having negotiated the sale of 500000 of tenyear bonds for 747 premium while our predecessors had congratulated themselves on ob bondofa 1 Complaint has b mde at sev eral oueaijddolllnll usfnfrom d j tl EXGOVERNOR w0 BRADLHY premiums on bankstpck etc was round amour Republican assets which bkd not been credited to the proper fun c 0 No such trouble as this coafrpntedihe Republican party In 1895 for otter pay meat of Indebtedness no money coal hnvo been found anywhere with A search warrant JlII true we found two turnpikes Which had been lost by our predecessors and dropped from the assets of the sinking fund for many years during eil which time they did lj10t pay a cent to State It is charge that the revenues collected in 18991 which properly went to tho common p sehooltund of 1900 were paid on th Indebtedness of 1899 to tho extent o more than 100000 tlsmay be two but if It Is its worst CeiiturowlU bo found In the ra ldhatlt was the preeepenttI of power In IsStaiten revenue belonging to the school fund of 1896 and paid It on the l debedness pf189S to the extent of more than 100000 I see the charge made ina Domtf cratlc hand bill that money was paid in November to the State Guard i beeen made calling them out Thoyrecord of thee Ityand this fact was well known at tho time the charge was made BRUTE tIRCE IN POLITICS From the time the Republicans cam I Into power In 1895 to this there ha been an element in tho Democratic party known today as the Bcckham Dc mocracy who felt that t o8tate of Kentucky belonged to diem by prcrj scrIption by reason of their long act ual adverse and continuous possession and that it was nothing less than crim inal for the Republicans to take con trol These ganusmen instead of yieldingI gracefully to the Inevitable sisting In adopting legislation for fh advancement of the best interests o the State undertook to block and delay aver measure which suggested Im provement or advancement and to dog every step of their successful adversa ries In 1896 when they worn about to los6 a United States Senator they withoutI legal cause expelled members Senate and appointed ns stant ser geantsatarras to reraovS them from the floor You wail remember theI reign of terror whlch was then Inau gurate resulting In affidavits being filed by the Speakers of the two Houses and others with the Governor In which It wa8Btated that the lives ot members werOn danger from lawless men and thai tho local civil aut ariticqh d fall edfQSvrefHS to rod any protec tion Not only MartSut Jnirofmation M was gluon these armed men wore preparing to Islip actual postaessfonot theStato Capital Upon the filing ot thcfle papers and the ricepUou of this Information Stated Guards Were called out toprotacttho public f ttaya and this momborp of Iho General Assembiyi i After tho adjourn ment 6t the Legislature It wair openly anti boldly stated by one of thosofact Ively engaged inv Ihl4 conduct that had it not beau tot tftejactlon of the Governqr jtkelayeofiraQsat home would have calmly turntj down tae Hheots tram tbeconcealedfnceaot men naturalrthe public Ieac tldsaaving the State fropj the disgrace of fldt dad murder this cnforc mentoClaw and order the Governor woaVtfenbunced at tho time but is now sustained by the entire law abiding clcraopt of every party in the State At thht session the Legislature was earnestly besought by tho Governor to enact laws to pro vent mob violence to save the cred nIt of the State by providing for tho payment of Dpmocratlc indebtedness and advance the material good and prosperity of the Commonwealth many respects This they indignantly declined to do and adjourned without accomplishing anything In consequence of this open sympathy with mobs tho spirit increased until tie celebrated turnpike raids and broughtsdisrepute The credit of the State continued to go weroboughtcount and the failure of this General Assembly made It imperatively neces sary IQ 1897 for the Governor to recon yens It at an expense of 70000 to do the very things it refused to do in 1896 At this session payment of the State debt was provided for and a mob law containing some good features but demandedtIn 1896 come the election for Press dent Meanwhile Mr Bryan had been nominated upon ft platform which gave promise of financial disaster and threat ened danger to the best interests of the republic The city of Louisville In which were centered to a large extent the monied and manufacturing in terests of the State gave Mr McKinley Nothfng nothing lees was expected the lntelli- gentlpubUg 1l1O knew the condition of i 2 LrR lFMQig GERRYMANDERING DocraticItime a system of gerryman derlngtwii lesortedtgtbYWhlchctl1e n substantially dep v d ot renraientlUbn Inbotdthe dinn1- ry R 1 t was combined Into ono district regard territoryregardlesscratic districts In one Instance four Republican counties Were allowed only one Representative in the Legislature all of which was done in viola tion of the constitution of the State and part of it In violation of the constitu tion of the United States and this too although every member of the different Legislatures bad taken a solemn oath support both of these Instruments The Eleventh Congressional District as originally constituted was Democratic by from 1500 to 2000 It was created for the benefit ot Gen Wolford who was elected by the Democrats to Congress But alter the Republicans carried that and the Third Ninth and Tenth Dis tracts it became necessary to make some changes to prevent another Republican success and the lawabiding and God fearing Democratic statesmen of Ken tucky got together and redistricted the Republicancounties jleB from the Eleventh Finally It was determined to place all or nearly all the contiguous Republican counties in that district to prevent Republican success elsewhere nndt it con tains nineteen counties with an area more than tWlcoas large as the States of Delaware and Rhode Island combined The continued additions from time to time of Republi can counties to that district increased the Republican majority from time to time end for this shameful offense that district Is denounced and a wish expressed that it should bi blown thatterritoryjregardlessot and patriotic people not ono of whom has over been known tosteal an office BUt while the majority was large In that district in 1896 arid in Louisville also no contest was made or dreamed of because It was well known that the result was both natural and proper GOEBEL FORCE BILL CONCEIVED In 1897 Shackleford was nominated by the Democrats for Clerk of the Court of Appeals and owing to Republican quar rels and a partial restoration of har mony In the Democratic party carried the State by a plurality of more than 18000 Unfortunately at the same election an overwhelming Demo cratic majority was elected to both Houses of the General Assembly Such a Legislature never assembled before but bad as It was7tt was succeeded by a worse In the meanwhile from 1895 to 1897 It had been demonstrated that Democratic success in Kentucky could lib longer be counted on with anything like certainty TOO many of the great men of the party had fallen away too many new issues had crept into the party It was no longer the party of Carlisle Brecklnridge Lindsay and Buckner It contained no longer a ma jority of the brave Confederate soldiers wlfo bad risked their lives and for tunes for what they believed to be right fir 1861 and had shown themselves will- Ing toogain risk them in 189C In 1807 Democratic County Judges were cb cted In Jefferson Kenton Campbell and in every county containing a city except Christian the Republi cans only electing 40 of the 119 County Judges of the State Theso Judges had the power under the old law to annolnt all tho election officers ot the Commonwealth But notwtlhstandlngthls fact Democratic were unwilling to risk Another contest before the people They know that they did not deserve success and henco these gentlemen who had come Into control of the party which once counted Ha majority nearly 100000 and which then had threefourths of the election machinery 1nlts hands were unwilling to go before tho people under the old law Hence bijgan for the first time tho cry of fraud against a party which had struggled from 39000 to 227000 voters In the State notwithstanding three =fourths of the election machinery had been under the control of the Democrats It was there fore announced that an election law was necessary to prevent the Republi cans from stealing tho State This was another case of the lamb muddying this waters although in tho stream below the wolf Senator Goebel with consummate leadership Inflexibility of purpose a unbending partisanship was placed at the head of this movement The mi 1 rlty made a manly struggle but taU ed A veto was Interposed which was overlden and the law enacted which struck down local Boltgovernment a law which was In open vio lation of the constitution a law ahlch delivered the peoplo of the State bound hand and foot into tho hands of tho State Election Commissioners all of whom were members of tho same po litical party Of this measure and at tendant circumstances The Courier JournaJ saldt- DENOUNCED BY COURIERJOURNAL flIt is idle to plead that reputable men have been at the head of this part san oligarchy They cannot change its character they cannot lift it up it must inevitably draw them down It not of material moment who is on this Ils It is wholly partisan board it wholly Irresponsible to the people whose acts it rules it is a creature of partisanship is bound to be an strument of partisanship it Isoulaldo- nnd beyond our entire system of gov ernment as devised and handed down by the fathers who novel dreamed of such an anomalous structure of autocracy In the scheme of Democracy It cannot exist with Democracy One or the other must fall and we are free to say in Kentucky yet we dp not believe It will bo Democracy Political parties are useful and necSr but political parties must mean mars than a piratical raid upoja o flea Political iwtH it republic cannot exist by enstyenrent of the people swept1ramtheearthas fJa ra lon Npi that ver was or ever shall bftttweJghs a featlierin tUe- S to vltbst a ritt J the people to dWikt i l1J r n T Identlflfla itself with Goebelisra Talegislature that has just died in lgnp mlny has doDO all It could to send the jI Democratic party to the same dishonest grave It the Dempcrtalc party or the Republican party or the Populist party or any other party shall make this floe bol conspiracy its ownHt brings upon itself its own destruction or tho peo plo of Kentucky are no longer deeervinff of tho right of selfgovernment which they will have surrendered Ant that they have sunk to such depths bt dog radatlon the people of Kentucky nor the people of any other Commonwealth in this anysignUnparalleled l b BltwouldhRvlbeenExecutive chair a Governor lla1fto itHohe was able to do the State some service and he was ever willing to dp it patriotic w party U CONTINUAL DISREGARD OFLAWi partyhadIn Kentucky and in many instdnceseven minority representation was denied the- Republicans i i- That General Assembly displayed an utter disregard for the constitution in deed it has been seriously doubted whether many of its members knew there was such an instrument and it Is agreed by all or nearly ail who understand It that they cared hb more forJts observance than they did for the observance ot an axiom laid down In the t Farmers Almanac In bold defiance of the aIawStates which undertook to regulate the publication dispatches collected at the expense of the Associated Press They passed a bill to relieve one newspaper In tho State from tho law which gov erned all the others They enacted a law giving a commlslson tho right to fix freights of railroads finally allowing the roads no appeal and leaving them without remedy except such as they might obtain by attacking the constitutionality of the measure They passed a bill In open antagonism to the national constitution and the laws of Congress by which they undertook to regulate the making of contracts in so far as they might provide the manner of payment They enacted a law ger rymandering the Appellate districts of the Stato in open violation of the con stitution They passed bills by which they donated the money of the StateMto private individuals They repealed te most effective section of the mob law I might mention many others did time permit Some of these VIcious laws were killed by veto One has been declared unconstitutional the doujtj of ApfiJNtta A blll passed at tlie last ses aloashilartbertttilAq 8 con ce ra+Ury de StateSCOlc t jJ GOEBEL LAW LAST YEAR I But the most reprehensible conduct of all waS tho enforcement of the elec hoWtbatenforcementYoung officers of the election on the Demo QrbOdappointed over the protest of Republican Committees for theRepubllcans In spectors lii many localities wore not al i lowed to enter tho booths and witness erolntentionaUy Democratic officers so as to afford an intheable to read or write were appointed officers against tho objection of the ne lavIntlmldaUonor bullies was common in many toL cantles unnecessary and practiced de y thatthousands f notwithstandIngthey Republicans wero successful by moro than 5300 This was a stunning blown r to the Democrats The margin of dls wasnotuffiCIenUyvoting against the ticket than ex beenfully ti thesodpfthat they had been defrauded and tlbegan tho cry of fraud tissue ballots t InUmldaU9noftenLouisville because 200 soldiers wets andhearingpeace To all fair minded men these claims wero known to be false and appeared ridiculous 13u the leaders mot and determined that ignorant niggers and white mountaineers should not rule and a contest was launched which has brought more dlscrcdltonthoStato than any other one thing in all Its history It has estranged many people it has engendered bit terness among families and friends It has shaken the very foundailonpf gpv crnment ptothls time covering a period pt ICQUryears all the violations of Jaw all actions all the dlsre C01I s4 i TROOPS IN LOUISVILLE r But two grouhds of contest wore VJof thin ballots in tho mountains Eatsh of these grounds was without both were resorted to as cloak3ia crises for escaping the IfIPaAsml11tafyA hO tl m L the account of soldiers atV would conclude that erw slers that they w men icnpBe preaeiace contamina- wesy W e40mf but nave JJPJ tP9fn At p r 4r AGE 1 I ti i 4 i of the best and most honorable citizens I theIrhomowere located In that city and they wero t as much bound by ties of affection to tho people and best Interests of the ctrlg as any of Its residents They woro used ohljras a pbljce force Our friends thef j thett the is a r 1 gotthk i ol the Stntq forces and may bo ordered by Legislature in Untoarto assume actlvo r Jh the that ho Is at all tlmes f thX Chief Magistrate the chief peace o1tlcer ol Statecharged with ttfflstUutlpnal duty of seeing that the e and for such 10s w few0pjDy thimiUtaryi TheycondSu 3fa as meaersonal command and diJ inqt turn pvor t6e troops to the lQ001 atrIda en b9for9bf111 number of reputable Democratic zens that bft local peace officers could t j ti pe d Sixty per cent of j these State Guards were sol dlera who had from Louis yljjejjhtp the army during the waraiSplln nnd who pn their return were nt grandest reception and ova I tloi th city ever gave I r They forget that tho statute Is J tnandatoY that itdoes not declare that oJ1h9 09V JI r SHALL place the mllidof in hands ot certain local authorities leavingtllqI It would be a remarkablestaiite which sUprovfdpr the Commonwealth however unfit by prejudlcqCtie be compelled W place troops In ttohave been lnstanc thiS State which demonstrate that the r l r themst and that to turn over soldiers to would result only Ilcenabling ahem to crush thou enemies rather than c i f thedoverpor1 action to turn them over to of irSI would be to say that lie may direct carilnot J 1 I f MAKES A DIFFERENCE WHOSE OX i clAndt tot say that no fault was found with hojr at thp rjgqlest of a Democratic Colonel GoitI i t pgplpg thoIS t1CO of the local author5 1 unwillingtoit1 of satotHett QllcanI Instlance electionhutall com 1 mand pf a Republican officer on elec t J aStateerly created by the Governor ThaTr Governor cannot have a company mus i terefe Into the service unless the Co tintrigty Judge should certify to him his cg sent and endorsement In other vox ofGovernorhim for protection rather than the Chief Executive of the State Under 13v the Governor may on his own thesser I I Gov f error comply with his request ImmedlatehLcdln Louisville rifles ammunition wand terrible Gatllng guns were shiptheri there for the purpose of Ing the election for the Republicans There never was a more Infamous false fIho uttered and are aware of the fact that w troops wero needed for the warvotes f pj1fe Jy three regiments In the State Guards the authorityII of c preferenceNone recruitotad nro had Was that the State Guard was destroyed I for the time Knowing from tho past Co history of the State that at any time that soldiers might be needed to maintain the pfeaco and that they had been or i iganzed and maintained for many years y as a necessary adjunct to the police 1 force the Governor immediately went ers 4 placesknowing Hat Storganized r torlone of the First Kentucky and Judge c f Gregory wibo claimed to have coat over ltJ and the Governor conclud whdeslrFI muster put the company which l did Companies wero formed at L J ingtoh Pewee Valley Bowling Green in r and Frankfort Ho didall In his I the I tequipStare but toros d deInlay as and ther equipments to replace those Boardt er IlI clrrfs that S l In which they were foiled for quite IthU by the local authorities mtus me Ifldep I Ipubinentu it And other ebmnea of the Secf- v+ 2 ondAnd Mlrd Rf ment which t ta e1 d dn d1f rMporttpns of to all w i Wpl I1Qt arrlv belq s rQfor on I prpmpilyfptirwrdcatio 111 t Ist so lees camc lJ ondes 19JtJn Lo- S l Stato t j t 7l4t J +l 1f I 1 t tr Jtf wnk rUI lavlllo and which had been removed to the State arsenal after the Legion had gone into the army When tho armo ry wos obtained they returned to the place they belonged which could not have teen done until that time ag there was no place to store them GREAT FEAR OF A RIOT It has always been customaryvto umWpdarhad volunteered a large amount of n armory was rem Frankfort The Governor went to Louisville Invitation to speak ou titrtnrdaynight before the election ex parting to go from there home on 10Uowlngdny or to another to spas On Monday If found ne 903 iy the committee Jie failed on nday 16 make thQ necesSary oohflee and was detained In the Mean lUehf asked to remain and speak on hondnYpigtttat the Au dltprlum which he d od ltlcOIIh be provJdedtitrtfnsportafla to r on Tuesday to vote Which was arranged Great excite developed In tttG city hourly The 1 3r a proclamation which s Jnterpretpd many as being a menace rather than an effort to jeep C dtlc Dentoccommissioners y or hadnot b 3 pon worttwere npt Of their faith and would operate with t e el Democratss Preventing a fair election This pro duced the most intense excitement rife hearing of the Governor n u of the leading men of the city declared that it was necessary for them to go the polls armed In order to pros suffrages and that they inter do so Affidavits were jflled eta that tlc local peace officers were f conspiracy to prevent a Lair else and that owing to the state of pub lie mind riot and bloodshed was fntort neut Inflainatory articles had appear Wfaotqspeak and ordered the regiment which think numbered only about 200 into the arjnory for purpose of kee the Peace giving them the strictest structjons They were allowed tosho Insahoygunsiin sight of a polling place In the wallbarmory In uniforms except to go Duringday go to several polling places to make ebel Democrats cease their dlla tics frauds by which they were preventing many persons from vet i in other respects to take part In postlveIy jgvngcation was sent to me by Judge Toney he had Issued an order to ad unt colifehich LateuUassist in the enforcement of the cud order The opting was concluded at 4 leavedaywhich Ume many of the polling p1 had been aoandoned because the had been completed They did not placeDC g3fromhe next morning the CourierJ oar any Hal published n fhcetious article ahow how they had marched up tiro absolusCedljevernewspapers nnIlet Ba thrJaway from the pojs was stated by the Contest Bo inthelr opinion that 8600 Democrats would have voted for Mr Goebel e prevented from voting because y say that of tho total registered puDemocratMr Goebel received only 13400 to votes while Taylor received iC65G Therefore the Republicans It 2855 votes over the number reg+ can rind the Democrats lost SGD number registered and that those who did not vote were Demo and crateand Goebel would have voted for Mr I If Taylor had received no DemocraticI votes and ilia entire Democra yatQt been for Goebel there might 3e some force In the statement of the j grea mmissioners brit when It is known I thousands of Democrats voted for I Taylor and urown their statement Is valueless j When a voter costs his balldtheere his secret name Is marked on the registered list as voting but it does not betblecaatrndicfe 8 States vote wIth the excepttap of so- cincts in which the registration books could not be found there w yaurc threedIn the same localitiessRepublicans l quires plainoxthe Republican veto was t shown to IJe greater than the Perce oor Democratic loss It was tile plainly demonstrated that tho aandsor Democrats voted for Tay u ofIthan h frausthe CourierJournal openly charg maraudersmurderers of- and Lx all Ropublicaus It was claimed with c e before the election that the would carry the city byf ve to fifteen thousand plurality STAthe tli1Vb1 U terms p 1 MJDaa ted vrhiio3oYeni6randm ifiXformr asn waprior in Ga7llaf 4G4f4 4t HUtrWt FHB Kbft ornd k t if 3 zp f r 1 der It is that one wTio has such n splchdld record as a warrior should look With contempt upon lesser lights Not Is he bIOQdYlt also a nnimclatwnrrlol charge of n Insignif franca whon compared with that upon the bank at St Albans Thjs Is not the first time that a warrior lifts removed his boots and said Wire oer shall flare these loots placedyed Bombastes face to face x V0But he says that I made dlrsful threats on that occasion and chl1otntsplendid audience of ladles and gentle m nd wil al w1RiIercity In my favor further response seoiris bnBradley iss ieU an order for the troops capInstui eraed t+ Warrior Young knew this to be tint lioj Jtncw that the only order given was to execute tho orders of a Democratic Ju at high character who refused to le himself to the dishonorable tlIndthy to unloose no one should think strange 1Ot WarflorIncannot correctly think and talk sit mt J1Jbetie When the whistle blew the PiiarveIVuUnge to unablfleabro bei Dngthan blamed + e have been told by various Demo speakers that troops may not b used on election day for any purpose but Judge Cooley in his constitutional trieymayInwn that the ordinary peace forco ufficient to prevent threatened ers Star page 615 In this case It was shown that the police force could purposethe rifeU18 trial man nf the SCOO Democrats who It s bytwith all tho energy and activity ontestantshe tbesereRepublicans and Democrats was uded from the count DISFRANCHISED MOUNTAIN COUN TIES statemdeeatseyas whether or not the vote could be de faprountl ono that a single vote was lost ned by either party by reason of j t or that fraud was resorted to lanhareway and the proof showed can sively and without question that substaaithree or four elections Inthwords the ballots had no w on the election and no ctndld prejudiced In the slightest degree clRepublicanhave been used In Graves DIctionCracken Powell BreathXtt 1V deandflirting as to whether or not the could bo seen from the back but the votes In all of these counties counted while those In the three baalluse thin ballots but all right tor Democratic counties to use theta was that every voter to three Rep counties Democrat and Republican 0voUI vUJe has been decl elected7 and today these people truthfully hid no v isIf deprived of the right to vote And test attrag ot all Is that War Young was deprived of his prlcetru privilege How It can e possible fer a Governor to be elected In this S withput his potent aid will romal for all time to vthLOUISVILLE DISFRANCHISED fifthrase of thocmetropolis sot you had no more ei- Yoico than the Tagalogs in the Flit ILreprcsnsant The same is true of tho ci e mountain counties It Is true the says elections shall bo ecret old ballot It Is true the statute re that ballots shall be printed on white paper sufficiently thick that printing can not bo distinguished heratv cr raiJrequirements almostatunlnno ttto d or error was shown the vote alobelOatpfnttios0 votes numbering more than orf PQ1IdlsfranchromconstlNO shnllbo AdinPUndolfurulreven wore it true that tho Gwi RtU9St3 u ihertered 1YJg114Q f I I 4i1 wj j t t r 4 military and prevented a lair election was not that lira act of an otNce the State for whlph the Voter was wereThefranchised Let Mr Cooley the most eminent authority on constitutional law In this country answer the question At star page GIG ho says If any ac tlon was required of the authorities pro whichdlsthe electors opportunity to participate rand no mode Was to tho etcctors by whlchth 01Ilcersnllght bo to nct U would seem tbltsuchla- Ele neglect constituting it would the dls ricethiswhole election nugatory for that can Inot bo called an election or the ex pres sion of tho popular sentiment when a part of tu eJectors haehepn nllowed to be heard and the j without be ing guilty ohfraud or negligence have een excluded Again at star page G21 he says + + + Or f by lots or otherwise le gal voters are intimidated null prevent from voting the election 110should bo set aside altogether as hayU ing failed In the purpose tor tvhf was called To tho same effect Is the decision of the Kentucky Court of App IyliOtJudge Cooley So even if tho charges relied on were true the only honest action that could anotheriwhole State to select their rulers PACIboatj hadtICmnkine 63 and 7G Gocbel Democan- the ts a dlff reuco of pnlj 12 Yet when Ooobetsthe Governors committee and nine pubUcansJconsututed committees were nineteen Democrats and three Republicans Mr McQuown In a recent speech undertook to excuse atIlsUtuUonal Convention Ho stated there were Ell Democrats and 14 Ire pub Ucans In that convention and Yet committee was about equally dlv wererafflecomyetiposed I these committees wero drawn as has ueon fully explained by many ers and Is understood by the pc generally Sufllce it to say It was dull cult to find Republican names In box and easy to find pemocrata I not chargo that It was traudul ay liUycommends Itself tor remarkable adroit reportsIwore based and the Leglsl aturotingproceeded to vote at once without argu tnent or reading one line of the more teatp1cvl tno deuco Is road In order that the j l1tirThey knew that Goebel tt and Taylor was n RepuUl a11nld In your city in November last and at on that day State officers and mem oloatestatesmen In the Rouse although uing that no election was held for officers on account of Intl and on that account dlsfranchi all your people during the same session cided that there was an election for fivoterob members wDwords the Democrats were so dly scared that their allure to vote the Governors race rendered the Gubpors who had been repudiated by time ters othls city So It turns out oaredior outDMrGOellel wasrfo hinHem in Louisville In the trial at these vlplatjIntroduce their testimony and more an one thousand witnesses not allow edlo testify Truly this was a wonderful trial and will go dqwn in history as among ten thousand and altog lovely But we are told that courtiIt1lorsoinent can bl found In any deeJ hhChlvotes caSt the race for Covert that plo committee was traudulg drawn that ho was not allowed toartroduco his testimony that many rs of time commltteo wero partial e of them interested that noa fff was nco t wevASwere not met by a denial and tilai had on thomerits In order that troth mltbt its manllestedi but ri deinurror Was Interposed and on hat ne the case WWI heard The I t of that demurrer was that 1 nU these charges were true the Assembly had complete and final ver over the subject Its action ld not be reviewed by the courts COURT HAS EVER DECLAREDto 00EBI3L ELECTED Judge Field time 1cnCpeals except a jority of the SI1P reme Court decl t tha demurrer was yell taken slildOb tho cOmmltteo was nut fraudulent Q orJrIe f r t 7 1- 1 i ir w Theasr- notactionof the su premo But they seek to excuse thews by saying that they have In nil things resorted to the forms of law This wo have seen In every Democratic newspa per and heard from every Democratic stump On this statement all stand agreed They did resort to tho FORMS or wtorms without spirit shadows without substanceforms which vented an of their rotten ofcomtheir case TIle Savior of Mankind was tried under the forms of law but that fact Instead of Justifying his crucifixion rendered his accusers Infamous for all tltrie But In response to till charges Denloaratlc oratprs have one answer They point to the assassination of Mr G oebel arid holding up his bloodstain ed garments conjure the multitude to condone her crime of grand larceny No man condemns that assassin more Ulan I No man baths more cowardly outrage The man or men who are guilty deserve the most con dlgn punishment Between Mr Goebcl rand myself there was no bitterness Our personal relations were of the most agreeable character I do not hesitate to say that ho was a man of fixed con vlctlous reckless courage and a high order of Intellect Ho was In trut In comparably superloY In every way to those who surrounded and advised him 1 During his campaign ho said Uiat he would not It elected any act which repealed the electionfaw- ED but Justified It on every stump But now Legslatectedare 1n- urposesession called for tho express p of Unending nail altering that law his pretended friends who are preparing to erect a monument to his memory should place upon it this Inscription Wo endorsed him while living but now that ho is gone and can bo of no further service to us we will repeal or substantially change the law that hiorsm but because wo love ourselves more RETURN THE STOLEN OFFICES If trite Is a good law aa stated Mr Beckham 1n his message why pond 5100DOO for n special session to Ithathis large sum simply because some ono ptovisloalded hadhattlon of the last legislature was to the people That appeal was being mado ptuihatdlstraacUfaedoyle lemn them at the polls The clouds wore thedelike the rolling of distant thunder tho of tho peoplesCabout to Beckham and Ills advisers sought haUsIchthe Instrument that brought so much trouble and disgrace on the Corn monwoalth But If the law was wrong if indeed forgiveness was being sought why not first surrender the- edge stolen goods But this they will never do olo a etButt thets church and besought them to pray God themIs Ohtiwell to doIng that what I want Ja to be forgiven and allowed to keep tho hoes NOW my friends In view of theof responalbloIesponslble for the foul assassination of crediblyngand by an accident was prevented from going West and was on Ute next day natly persuaded to change his mlndP leadtof trioBut party have been guilty of tho perpetration of a long line of unthen lawful acts They have defied public pinion they have attempted to brow eat and terrify the members of tho eneral Assembly they have onto tho spirIt of the mob they hays gorged the constitution and trampled It theyfhavo C stolen tho offices which the people Ifnt It be Republicansqtcount Oj the contest which his advisors Inc to make against his will then lino of unlawful conduct their bert Of fellow cltlzcns their tram pteesunder the forms of law wero tho us causes which load to the taking of man life and the blood of Mr God bol upon their hands They should b poiall beuand swear eternal hate to the Re party which they nay caused assassination I deny that tho Rd HUbllcan party la guilty of this foul thE Jouallyact e alone responsible 4L000CUdls I o entheyalthmCnwhofn to 10whovlthout their consent men who do taxed without representation men whsInl opaly1Vinour ho I e by dofllgnlng men whd1n their recd forgottendotty tUefra duty Pre their proud old Commonwealth ho sLIBERTYS BLEEDING FOmrvcrome and let mo show you the bleed tinegNow tan had cherished and J1rotcct moJ Cornel t and assist In bih tratetolaejj Jiej jijion jhg l11 OPppiM 10 r JYh did oret adorn that the people of all i J3rtlcI may once more kneel and Vor tmlp her that the Democratic outragotseL tr tinrIn It are thousands who endorse such notion I charge that the conspirators who concocted these mia erablo schemes sad engaged In this eon tlnuous violation of law are alono ro sionslble Mr Beckham voted tar that bill was a party to all tho wrongs com la Its Hence thenesspgoplo of Kentucky No mart who voted against Mr Goobcl can afford to voto for Mr Beckham Jf ho could not vote for Mr Goobol be cause of tho passage of tho hill nnd the conduct ot those who had It in chargo bolero the election in 1899 ho surely cannot now vote for Mr Beckham niter the machine has been put iu full opor often and the disfranchisement of tho people accomplished UIES There are Important national issues now confronting the people but Import ant as they are they mustln Kentucky be subordinated to those which are of such tremendous local importance Our first duty te to break tho shackles that bind us so that we may exercise tho most sacred right of freemen tho right- h to vote and have that veto counted f But I cannot refrain from contrasting the last four years of Democratic rule with tHfc administration new to a close During the former periodrproperty of every description materially declined In value interest was high money was hoarded 47 per cent of Itho wage workers wero Idle compared with which time present strikes nro ns tho mole hill to tho mountain Mann facturles were closed BO much so that there was but ono grant prevailing nb sorbing tract necessitated nnd that was tho American Soup Trust DuringIthat limo Individuals bunks railroads 1 indeed every character of Business was bankruptcyless t plied we wero constantly Increasing our National debt and were unable to liquidate our Indebtedness to for byolgn countries In tho midst of thld Qteartul condition the stoutest hearts failed We wore then told by Mr Bryan that the cause ot all this trouble was the demonetization ot silver that the amount of money in circulation would decrease that when silver went down every product of the farmer would follow and that U o only salvation was Its restoration Wo were toltl by him that gold was n cow nrd and It war should come upon tho nation It would skulk nnd hide Involv Ing us In commercial disaster weroBut we hero lived to sea all th orprophecies fall Tho gold standard has tiltsattendedWar Juts visited us but notwlthstand i lns all this the Spaniards haro been riven from Cuba tho glory of Amorl t 8 arms has been manifested on land and sea from Cuba C rhohinese I shown herself tho first nation of tho world Horses cattle hogs sheep rand erect product of tho farm has Increased In value In many instances moro than doubled Railroads havo gone out of the hands of receivers mortgages thavo been cancelled manufacturing hasIon resumed now plants erected and now interests developed tho dream of 10 3lyouc nearly every industry amount last yar to 765000000 moro than in 1896 surplus instead of deficits nro now shown In our revenues our excess exports over Imports is mora than three times as great as under Demo erotic rule money may bo borrowed in New York for 2 Uz por cent Interest and every cloud that overhung us then has vanished before the blazing sun of Republican prosperity ISSUEeraIt Is said by some that treosllrcrIIs no longer nn Issue If this bo true It has been demonstrated beyond doetorjudgment was wholly at fault hi 1S9C t hoglareissue Mr Bryan like Ephrlam is Joln od to his idols and in his letter of neJ fdeorder that there may bo no un restoringwhofavor of tree and unlimited at telladInwllltttga J the limo and mnnner of rfistoring all standardIshopionfrainedTlmfltftl the present nor the tuture po littcnl complexion of Congress has pro ventpd or should provost an nnnounceof the parties Position upon thesubject in unequivocal terms raniSome those who support Mr Aryan oYQnhrthnttn the Senate s01ithnt he cannot t wrong it he desired nndtlneroforo will support him Whenever mene for a candidate because the onlypo of safety 1s In the Party they con bothte111senCOcpt Sorel the result a Mrau s elcctlon speaks truly whensays counting rho votes tau tdatermino n1rtajority in Congress it is more thnn that beforQ u1s farmwill Uave DemocraticShouldd this senate reserepeatedly d7cia7edTe would dp na Or retainpowerd of tiff Secretary of l edaterlally i Tat01p t t it1LEp IItINh nect yVtwo ipu e s- J r r t g T a ci P1GErS r laliuy pontlnua the ppllcleH under whl the patioit has flourished moro than any other period of its existence Dut In ordor to allay the fears of BOUI id money Democrats Mr Bryan has gone out 4n search ot paramount Issues In this undertaking kohas discovered three each gne of which Is paramount to nIl others This would bo a remarkable dliJ covery If made by any other man except Mr Bryan Ono of these Is what ho calls mllltaryism another Imperialist a and tho other trusts As to the first ho complains ot th size of tho standing army utterly oh Hvious of tho fact that a war which waS I heartily Indorsed by him and his part was the cause for Its Increase and that tho present urmy was ereated by th votea of his own party Suppose wi bad withdrawn our troops from Cuba and tho Philippines and all but tho original twentyfive thouI sand soldiers how long would It have required to send soldiers to China to provent the slaughter of American citi zens nut Mr Bryan Calls to seo that as now questions arjso and new dim culties confront new action Is madeInecessary Every nation must tho gravity of every problem which confronts It 4 As to Imperialism it should bo dls lussed in connoctlon with militarism iVhcn Dewey sunk tho Spanish fleet aero was no agreement by which morjoan honor was pledged in tho q Ufpplnes Up to the making or the oaty anti its confirmation by tho Sen e the American Government was free withdraw its forces I was opposed Ithat treaty na were many other Re bllcnos At this time Mr Bryan ap jRred upon tho scene and by his tre fcndous Influence induced enough of jr Democratic friends to voto for it to urolUj ratification That treaty fund this Government to pay to Spain f 1sum of twenty millions of dollars td pledged its faith for a period of years to guarantee her certain prlv e The moment that treaty was fled tho attitude of this Government fflxed by law Never until then wo bound ih any way Mr Bryan ted to Involve this country in flng Its honor and now ho turns tho Republican party for attempt enforce tho rights acquired under ry treaty ho endorsed and helped tmako K ho honestly favored tho t rcndcncp of the Filipinos why did lus assist in tho purchase of their 7 Why did ho cause Nation Send twenty millions of dollars 10 so patriotic that ho was willing his Nation should twenty rail of dollars for tho privilege of beg the protector of people 8000 from home 13 lYANS ABSURD POSITION at 1r y It freedom was to be given peoplo and their territory re l should this Government have I its honor lor a period of ten years I Some What wa It to this Nation it we should not only fight to make ip oplo free In whom wo had no inter i it but should nfso pay twenty 1 i Its of dollars lor tho privilege Tho to S 1 ot Mr Bryan Is absurd and r f by a great leader But ho says people cannot bo governed withI i heir consent Then why did ho r I It on buying their territory His f spul Js moved beeauso ot the act- at these poor peoplo white and black ro deprived ot eclfgavcrnmcnt He oes not complain because the peoplo ivlng in tho Louisiana Purchase wore IIoverncd without their consent Ho oes complain because Jackson con uered the Somlnolos In Florida and hey were governed without their eon I nt Ho does ntot complain because iter tho Mexican conquest and IItbr people contained in the cadedJ Errllory were governed without their iscnt Nor does ho complain that Mska has been governed without her T Joft 110 would call CongrQss 1m P jdlatoly If elected and recommend 4 lit treedol91e ghcn to tho Filipinos d to form a government their own In whlc wo are to ns me tho rolo of protector He Is not lllng that they should be tislaycd a pmcnt Jongof although lie knpws that t ore than a quarter ot a century has frequently elapsed before States were admitted into this Union after they be i came tho property ot the United States that Alaska und Now Mexico for moro than that period have not been allowed O Statehood Ho does not complain al though he knows that seUgovernmont hoa bees denied tho Indians in Indian i Territory for nearly a century His sympathy and Jove for tho Filipinos is truly wondcrfifl Is ho dealing honestly J with tho people 7 Is ho Indeed tho sec ond great liberator If Honest why has ho not done something to lift tho yoke of dlsfranchlscment from tho black man In North nnd South Carolina and her Southern States It ho bollqvcs government without consent of the goV- ernedf Is unjust why did ho cpmo to this Stjto In 1899 and help to fasten upon us n law under which tho people were dls franchIsed and governed wlthotvt their consent If ho bo honest In his proton sions why nftpr the people had chosen their rulers and a contest was set on 1 foot to defy their will did ho congratu latoHrGoebl lon his success and rlurnrto this Stato while Legislature session anti by his presence and influ t + enco give life to that contest J v wMr Bryan Is dlslngontous In hisEitherI llgent position or ho loves tho r torclgn land better than he loves those I Gf his own country In either state of 4aso ho dOcs not deserve success 1 KBy solemn treaty tho faith of this Na 1 on has bjgen sealed in tho East Mid 1 K t only sealed by treaty but eenled t th the blood her bravest and Best 1f K ann It filvo not prove faithless fmustmeet ita oblifeaflons nud it re li1 for CongccS3 t110I thin has boon pp tp give thpae pcoplp such gPvemr I wt aa they are oiltUled to according e tbp precedents of our Government pers with whom I agreed COU11 n i controlled It wpfiTd havo the efforts t therWIsibuty has been real d ImpossIble It Id much better I OveIiment should control than beI f Ibslblo uiider u protect atc for sortblt country which might us in war with hs IA rSS S I WORD AS TO TRUSTS tiow ns to hu tslho Indlvldu 10 c6 0307 Usfs belong to rtytntlio bind 31rBiranfz- j fcpqftq wfli i IkP tt3 vw it Ii i 1 theinThe Republican party ddes not tavor any trust that corners an article and In creases Its price It does not favor nny aggregation except in so tar as It 100 mains within tho bounds of right andI justice The tariff is not the breed of trusts for in free trade England In proportion to population they have grown more rapidly than In this cow try Tho onI remedy against unlawful- organization is to make all their ac eUons public and by law hold them to a accountability This course the Republican party has favored and It fs tiLe only party that has over passed In Congress an antitrust law This was done in 180- 0During the last session ef Con gross the Republicans favored tho passage of a resolution submitting to Legislatures ot the several States n proposed amendment Io the constltu tlort giving Congress complete power t legislate to prevent or dissOlve trusts but when tho vote was taken of the 15 who voted for It there wore Qnly four Democrats and oi the 132 votes agnlnsi 130 were Democrats IN CONCLUSION But I wit not detain you longer IE concluaioii permit me to exhort every voter to do his duty You can have nliberty tis long as you cannot vote or have that vote counted True the con stitution guarantees it but If that Instrument be violated under the dcdslotu of the courts you merely sit nt an im aginary feast JiM memories of the past como tinging down tho years c- iour independence appealing to you to do your duty Your wlvesyour children and above all your own consciences and every Impulse of your hearts rise up anti urge you forward In the great bat tlfi of Civil Liberty With McKlnlcy Roosevelt and Yerkes as tho slogan let us Irresistibly march to victory and bo enabled after the elec tlpn to say that Kentucky has been rc deemed regenerated and disenthr- alloROOSEVELT INfflfUGP of Hon George W Long Secretary of the Republican State Campaign Com mittee has completed the arrangements foz Gov Roosevelts trip through len tucky Ho will be in tho State three days entering it on Saturday October nt Henderson and leaving the State Covlngton Monday night He will travel on n special train accompanied by a number of the Republican State leaders headed by Chairman Leslie Combs Secretary George W Long and Senator Dcboe Distinguished orators c have been Invited to accompany Gov Roosevelt anti drop off at points visited address meetings after the Roose velt train has passed on Tho speaking schedule of the famous Rough Rider and Vice Presidential candidate Is as followsHenderson October 13 8 a m with lIon A E Wlllson- JIndlsonvllle 915 a moo with Judge t W H Yost- HopklnsvHlc 1045 a m with Hon Frank B Poscy ot Indiana GuthrIe 1145 Il m with Hon John ilarshall and Hon E G Sebree Rueollvlllc 3245 p m with Hon W Brcathltt IIWCMunfordsvlllc 315 p iu with Hon E 0 Franks Ellzabcthtown 420 p m with lIon- J Prhtt nnd John F Lockett 1 Louisville 8 p m at tho Auditorium vlth Judge W M Beckner Judge W H fast Col D G Colson Gov W 0 s Iradley and others ldnlay na follows Ixixlngton 8 n m Winchester 845 a m with Hon t John Marshall JU Sterling 930 a m with Gov W Bradley and Judge A TWood Moroheadfc1045 n m with Hon John W Lewis and lIon Vincent Borelng Ashland 1 p m with Hop Samuel J Pugh nnd Hon E C ORear Greenup 22C p m with Senator W Doboo and Hon R C Burns Vanceburg 3 40 p m with Hon W I 1 Romany and Hon W G Dunlap I Mayfiville 445 p m with Hon A E Wllleon and Judge W M Becknor- Coylngton S p m with Hon George cnhy Gov Roosevelts tour takes in eight ot the eleven Congressional districts the Irst Eighth and Eleventh being too far out of his route to be reached NEVER TOOK IT BACK They tiny I am begging for votes Jot at all I nevor asked a man to vote or Inc In fact I have told some peo lo to vote against me That Is more hah lIl0 candidates do have saijl hat If there waB anybody who believed ntho malntenartco of the gold stand ivd until foreign nations como to iis rill gracloiisly permitted us to nbatidoh t 1 8ild that If anybody should be- llIovotllat tile gold standard was abso to the welfare of this oiihtry ho ought not to vote for me atl n1l t do nQt wfttitany man to vote for J11 4ttA flinn obJot tc ttiv rlntnf w4at I spoct to do If you elect me I anpraverit tub nialntcnatlco bt the od sthriaaHlyoii can rely updti my loin It tho very flret posslblo opor- t unity given me- WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Philadelphia Pt2 1896 I tIN 1806 YOU VOTED FOR PROS ERITY AND GOT 111 ARE YOU dw GOIN1Q TO VOTE AGAmST IT y i kEEP THE FLiAGI3LINaS I KEEP THJ iflTLiqPNSL j o I + ++ f flt YO Yerkes Introduced I by PhiThcrnpspn Sr i 9 JOHN W YERKES Mercer county the homo of Col Chlnn tho generalissimo of tile Goobelism In Kentucky is the bed of nntiGoebelism and tho inon Yorkos meeting nt Harrodsburg Monday was In many respects the remarkable demonstration of the paign Tho antlGoobel Democrats Mercer are moro united and moro merous than they were a year when Mr Goobel himself was the radical wing of the party There are scmo sore surprises Ing for those who claim thnt any these have been won back by ham Merely as an Instance of kind of peoplo tho Independent rats of Mercer are and their Ing In tho community Col Ben flardln himself ono of tho most ly known of oldlino Kentucky acrats has compiled a few showing tho political complexion tho Mercer county bar There Iwontyflvo practicing attorneys hese four are Republicans Of the maining twentyone Democrats en are against Beckham and for elections Tho most remarkable feature of fcrkcs Harrodsburg meeting was ntroductory speech of Capt Phil Thompson Sr a venerable if tho old school who cannot titter day Democracy Ho Js 80 ld and feeble but ho made a ipecch that set the great crowd Tho meeting Was held in the louse yard and square from 4000 iOOO pooplo being drowdod into olid block of humanity Capt Thompson was given an reception ns ho stepped to Introduce Mr Yerkes speech was in the nature of a ory and was in substance as APT THOMPSONS S SgEECH Fellow Citizens of Mercer County fhla is perhaps my farewell to tho jcratlc party for unless it is soon Jwhen ued from tho control of tho men whose hands it has fallen I shall o see Its regeneration In my feeble have undertaken to discharge a luty to my county and state It is to part with those whom we have waY known but I feel as If the has come for me to say farewell nany with whom I traveled the oad of politics and Democracy lopes were my hopes nnd as wo id along we passed many a mile mH LibertyBut on tho face of each was wo nave come to tho parting ho ways the road has divided to right and the left On the mile posts the road on the loft are written hlne Greed for office and Democracy On the nIle posts on oad on the right Is written tM birthright of our people precious than office or life itself this parting of the road I bid adieu ny oldtime Democratic who prefer offlceholdlng to They have taken the road on the dotted out the word Liberty1 from Sutcheon ot tho True Democracy hl Its stead Inscribed the legend lime DemocraCy and offIce at any I shall continue to bray l the dedicated to Liberty which to me more sacred than Democracy I fo go with those who love Liberty t9 follow a machinethrottled racy that would enslave us Appla And this New Democracy is truly esented by Poynt Yantz and F ns the election commissioners i ham In the Governors chair is the Speaker of the House and contestant Cantrill as rudgi jCampbell as Ul 1aWe f Reaver as the witness Arid by Eternal vGodB thlq aggregation Snt5tbo iniocr4cy ot ltter il t J i9cf i 11 nts IsofUco I f 1if Ijo it gets to that It says Damn the and their rights s I machine legislature promised to the false steps taken and give fair election law but every movei promised reform has to a committee appointed to act I report In hell with Joe Blackbura Jeems presiding not a machine man and I would die on this stand than to be one number They talk about Lib I In Cuba and Porto Rico and the but I say to perdition with there give us liberty in KenII A free vote a fair count and the majority must rule for they very foundation of or Govern Great applause IS ROWDIES TAKE A HAND this point an organized attempt made by a gang of Beckham to break up tho proceedings forced their way Into the center crowd and triM 10 draw out the old man by yelling Take him put In a nigger Things look for tho citizens were greatly at the insult to the venerable Deputy Sheriff George Chlnn of Jack Chinn and Judge Thos of the Republican Com finally got the disturbers away the assistance of bystanders I I S S S S MR YERKES I Capt Thompson said a machine Democrat ever bo after all the broken promises Had you not rather trust Republican than a lot of po thieves have the honor to present a gen of the Jeffersonian Democracy every libertyloving Democrat vote for him The Hon rkes has been selected by both Democrats and thQ Repub to carry tho banner of liberty so all rally to that banner I swear j throne in heaven and the flag country that In November I will fighting In his ranks Long applause 55555 MR YERKES SPEAKS enthusiast with which Mr was greeted knew no bounds was fully ten minutes before he begin his speech I count It the honor of my this magnificent audience of MerI citizens ho said In to bo introduced by Capt Phil B Sr It will always be their memory when this campaign Is tol think of this grand occasion I I see such men as Capt Thomp lilso many others standing with know the best citizenship of this I will never fall to conquer this Democracy Applause j future this campaign mayI lit Its hand for me victory I will always be proud that the which I represent found be your country But I stand con that now as in the past tho best will win the victory for 1 and a free ballot cheers that you have uttered I that we have got thin again as them last year And I want to you that it I am elected Gov by ten Votes I will be Governor e hey talk to you about what they forms of law lit wo talk to liberty Of the people and If you in liberty you cannot vote for Beckham for he does not represent letter of the word In these days when the people refuse to this new Democracy takes them local selfgovernment this machine bolt hold they down the Umehon red laws anti men not responsible to the peo but elected by a partisan legisla In position whore they could de j the freedom of this State of the of suffrage I new Democracy passed the law not only to destroy the Re parlybu all honorable Dom wboolld not submit to their of slavery The very firt man to from efecteor thia niachine an horibrablespii of this county bright future with alV IW I was marred by this infairiPUs law Ift tne yatvHardln 1dbg dap ltJsc1n3cc4iarn xCIlrlaq11 QI of- Y f r h y 5 i I the Lower House of the Kentucky General Assembly gave the nover of his pasltloa to aid Ih the passage tUi Goebo law which fobbed YQU of r rights He represents most urihol cpinblnattott that ever disgraced Ame icaft politics Ho stanfts for polltla l tyranny political usurpAlori polltldl theft and political fraud You are as c4 to vote yourselvps Into slavery to this man whO otSuda for politic l wrong I have attempted to state as f ut l1erstl1nd It thd Issue which confront quolrt9front ntthq to him as ho Is uqt by Th CourierJournal his personal OrgaU In a speech nt afqwday ago io stated that we haW lCc ti gpV- icrnrcl by cutthroats and assaaslnsi His u slanderer of his Sfdtev andhl words carry weight with thp putslil world because he holds the hlgheatflf- flee in the Statebut not in thcglft 6 r the people Laughter Mr Beckham has made the stats t ment that I if elected GoVernbj woulj pardon Taylor Powers arid the pttier Indicted for the murder Of GJJeqel H Has no grounds for this as nlypqplUAJ has been published throughout th State But he himself in answer tp i similar queatlon bas given 1r e dls linct replies and each dlfferjent Iron the others In the list onTo Mr Beck ham stated that he did not se boW M could pardon a matt cPrtVlc ed on the vnrdlct of twelvo IiOtSt then Thug Mr Beckham has prejudged his case Now what will he1 do1 It Is elected Governor He 1I4said he will not pardon What will do If he shouU bo elected and thelnnocencooLany 9t these men 10 ustabIihedoa appl c Uon for a Willhe during his fern make an Innocent pertPn lie In the penitentiary Beckham has sald the Republlc party and myself approve assasslna Ion If you bellevp that to go to tM jjftlls and vtte against me Jf tire fair and do not believe It replember or election day that the machine has de prived you of the right to transmit lib crty to your children From behinl their shield of the forms of law they cower and hurl slander Tho courts say they acted within the forms of law bu ito Judge out of the seventeen who passed on the contest cases eyer de clared that Goebel had a majority Remember these things on clectloi day BECKHAMS PARDON RECORD In his speech at Grayson Mr Yerkea dissected with an exact nicety the answers given by Mr Beckham to his questions In regard to pardoning Powers Howard and others and con lpu ing said Ioi I notice Mr Beckhams record for pardoning has surpassed the record ot all other Governors I hold In my hand the records showing that he has made eightyeight pardons in seen months twentxono for manslaugh ter three for murder and various oh- er offenses Of tmI notice twelve are from Breathltt county the homo of one Judge D B Redwine ot whom you have possibly heard Laughter and applause If I should bo elected Gov ernor and asked to pardon LIther pow ers or Howard I would consider itT as I would any other petition for par don and jn accordance with the evi dence and my oath of office I would act Fellow citizens if you believo I would pardon a man simply because ho was a Republican you should vote against me and It you believe Iwould- refuso to pardon a man because lie IB a Democrat then you shou1veg- uInst nnd defeat me Applause 55 r SECTIONALISM MUST GO I am for unity In this State nnd do not favor any one section J dont draw a line at tho foot ot tbo zw n tains Applause If I am elected Gov ernor I will be Governor of every square inch of this State and not any particular section Applause r 1This attempt of the Democrats un leadership ot Beckham Trimble and Wheeler to introduce sectionalism Into this State hag completely ruined tho Democratic party and any party that conceives such an Infamous thing deserves to die The oldtime Demo rata headedby Brown Buckner Join ston and many others do riot approve of this outrage and are shoulder to shoulder with us fighting In the samp column and under the same flag tt t 1 BECKHAMS MURDER PARDON 7 INO RECORD From Louisville Commercial j In his answer to Mr Yerkes1ques ion whether or not he would pardon Powers or Howard Gov Beckham sol emnly declared that he would hot par ion any man convicted by a jurY ot twelve men Let us see aboutoitDld ho not pardon Ao slayer nfCassldyr whom twelvo men pronounced guilty and condemned to servo a term In laa penitentiary It was a deliberate heartless coldbloodbd murdorr t ifc waa planned for weeks and moniis trait was laid and tire innocent vlctltfi I walked into it and was shot down Tho tcstlmbriy Irf tbattrial In abound Volume was handed to GVvr by a brother of the dead man iSpJ refused to reajl It But whlen1 a gang1 or Bluq Grass7 polltldlans came thti petrtloh for executive clemehcy he lsr isueifi pardon pfvtho pjJsbrier wr5 waf onjJe byv a r plhjBpeeTi t T 2V r it t2 r g t T ff Why did not Gov Beckham apply to thjs case the same rigorous rule that ho now proposed to apply to fill future appIlcaUonB The reason Is not hari to find He now thinks ho can make yoteft by this sudden assumption of vir tue With the glittering bauble of tho Governorship In sight what matters It 16 hfiri If the juries were packed lila wltiicaseilsbrIlJedald Innocent peoples lRwg sworn away for personal and po Utica revenge In such cases the jtfiryV decision IS final with Gov Beck ham 1iithi other eases ho reserves ttie rlgift to review the verdict What ov weak nut wobbly and Inconsistent nonentity Is this kindergarten candidate for the highest honor In the gift of the people INDIANA VIEW OF BLACKBURN From the IriUlanapolls Journal The Democratic National Committee at Chldgcitlns given out officially an In ter lew f Senator Jo Blackburn of Kepl dtY Jn which speaking of tho itrlal Tesultingfrp ithe murder of Son atteGo1elytip says Iw ato patlejitly waiting for an op pprtunlttf tpriiete out justice to Taylor Tbanl ao aov Mount cannot always lie chief executive ot rndjand Hs term ot 0frite one theo days d flJ will be elected1 who will eithjEJ r deliver zilqr uj1 to t1i6 law or change his hldrigjlace lhlrtoWe W lri erjfere with Tay lprq campaign plans in Indiana He i- ipW the Sfate fottiiS R publicans Ie T ttild ho hi to PiPetiRe- publliatiS of his aiiilsfanca in campaf Indiana s nd IP l the placo of rdti all UnpMftjriUaried d unhung assassins otKtfntiicltJ and Now York asylum tz nH tho broken dpwn pptttfcaT liacks PC the Stato Tho people Kentupky aro alert however nnd those at th6 assassins who have disgrricpd tim State and who have not fled to or Now York they aro hanghig as iast as they can We will make indecent community out of Ken tucky after awhile Kentucky can nqver rank as a decent community as long as It sends to tho United States Senate such yawpofs as Joe Blackburn His llbelotfc attack on Indiana has the true ring of a Kentucky Vendetta and Is marked by chafactqrlc tic Ignorance and Venom 5uho J REPUBLICAN TICKET I NATIONAL For President WILLIAM McKINLEY S Of Ohio For Vice President 1i 4 THEODORE RQOSEVEIiT Of New Xlc ELECTORAL StateatLarge MARMADUKE B BOWDEN Of Logan County EDWARD PARKER Of Laurel County First DistrictSr yTHER pANDERS i Of Trlg Secmitl rE B MeEWliNi f Of McLaan Cpjmtjwv Third District NEWTON BELCHER I Of Mtihleaberg County Fourth DistrictSC L EDWARDS Of Hart County F 4Fkh DltrInt QEORQE WEISSINGER SMITH 1Of Jefferson County Sixth District E P WINSLOW Of Carroll County Save ifll District I scbrivw MOORH 1 Of Henry County Eighth District A MrMCLINfroqn Of Anderson Cbunjy Ninth District W 0 DEARING SS Of Fleming County Tenth District HARLAN T EArTY Of Lee County Eleventh District M AV HOLCOMB Of Jackson County I STAEE x For Governpir JUUfJ w rjuuui Boyje COI1tyftvII JUDICIAL Ifor AlipoUale Judge Sevth pllirtcl J ORARtr CONaBESSIONAL First District BEN C KEYS Of Ualloway Countyv Second District WM H LYNCh Of Hopkins County Third District J Nztrn MOSSv IorWarrenCoiii1ry Fourth District Itll JOLtY Ot ldnrldgCCouiity Flftii District q HARVEY IRWIN Of Jeffereon Cosutyf Sixth DlfetrUt iSliAW i it Kenton Countyj Eighth District J rL YILLIAMSj rat liock CastleConnt I ISAMUELOf Lewis County T ittI I51trct NHO1XiNIrS L Of P1ioC 1 Thvel1r DIstrTct VINCBNT BOREINC 4 Fi 11 ot LaureCgulty 2 L H t J r 1 dti of the best and most honorable citizens of Louisville that LOulsvlllo Was theIr home that their property and Interests were located In thnt city and they wero as patch bound by ties of affection to the people nnd best Interests of the city a Red uohlythe enemy1 would have you believe that the Governor of tho Commonwealth was n military scemto forget d t1ioGovernor commander jachlai of the Statq forces and may bed tittleWarof J ii the field that he is at all times the Chief Magistrate thev chief peace officer Q the State charged Wth tM cpnsLi duty of seeing that ihr executed and for purpose i r Itisiia as8yimci personal command and LId turn the trop to the lq peacepalters notwithstanding aflldar n flied b tr9hlm by number oC Reputable Democratic clti tens that tba local peace officers co nojt pe trusted Sixty per cent of thjso State Guards were sol diers who had Louis yllj intp tho army durtngthvwar with their return we- glvgnthqgrandest re Deception and ova tlon tJ city ever gave They forget that the statute is not i t ttliqhat tla thCrIUestbUtdeelarestha+ creLJonlshouldPthe X mmo1weaJt however unfit by reason of local passion or prcjiudice the local authoritiesmight be Should be tP troops in their Inthpeace officers pi localities may them selves bo engaged in strife with othe soldiersa to m r lg them to crush thpjr enemies rather than thatdoyernor Into the action to turn them over to others d would bo to say that ho may direct othfers to do a thing which he Cann himselfaSI MAKES A DIFFERENCE WHOSE 0 IS GORED And here I may digress for a mome to say that np fault was found wit Governor for placing troops in armoryon election day to prevent at requestor Democratic Colonel a 9fforgQSpgi tbe CourierJournal as saying for purpose pf ordering them out of thp ser yjcein defiance of the local authority f Of GoY Brown who being unwilling to risk the local authorities went to Louisville to take charge of the soldiers riglfprit 6 local authorities and take command RepubHcr instantpte e daybmand of a Republican officer on diet d Jli4t thestateerly created by the Governor That Governor cannot have a company mus Counfvsent and endorsement In other words the County Judge Is the superior of th Governor and the citizen must look t for protection rather than tb thIc tlon muster State Guards into the sQre r Vice in a Ot the County Judge may recdmmend such a step and the Gov ernor Comply with his request You have been told that Immediately before the election an armory was rent ammunitioand n d there for the purpose of carry lag the election for the Republicans There never was a more Infamous false hood uttered a 1 r You are aware of the fact that whet- troops were needed for the Spanish wa frfeslments Jandregimonts C 1none pf the regiments were full but one volunteered and was recruited to Its full capacity The consequence was tjial the State Guard was destroyed pashistoryt soldiers might be needed to maintain the peace and that they had been or ganlzed iand maintained for many years t pollcforcee I to work to supply their places and knowing that this was more liable tp thanother port1ol of the State n- Orgahlzed the first company In Louis yule This company was refused the Use Of the armory by order of the col one of the First Kentucky and Judge r Gregory who claimed to have control Aver 1tJ and the Governor concluded t pa the local authorities did not desire State Guards hat ho Would f muster put the comply which he Loxtngtodand Frankfort Ho did all in his jaStatethere was much annoyance and delay gunsanti ofrI t a t cityvjentl c J n whl h they were foiled for quite- mi authoritiesid lered n h zut and from time fi r 19 tImerHso c t issted pn equip 1 t mea Engryeffqrtsastmade to equip t tl Ptper pf the Sec I and and had en lormedIIn d7asof We t e sjQitJji BMt Jij Wfh cEi rifI i ter tHe Igm t p ft r 1 e niztignIa Lou 4n r iJ o w i 1 Nr r t Isvlllo and which had been removed l o the Btata arsenal after 4be Legion had gOM Into tho army When tho armo ry was obtained they were returned to tho place they belpnged which could not have been done Until that time IS thero was no place to store thotn GREAT FEAR OF A RIOT It has always been customary tp equip tho guard with necessary ammu nltion After the Old First Regime nt had volunteered a large amount of am munitionin the armory was remoec1- nd tp Frankfort The Governor went to by invitation to speak on Saturday night before the election ex rooting to go from there home on tlie follpwing day or to another point tp speak 6n Monday If found ne ea sary hy the committeerifle failed on make necossary tonne tloriand ryas detained In the clhi- a1 reanwht1oh asked remain over and speakpn 10niiar11lgbttlt the Au- a dltprlum which agreed todo If hfl could be provided transportation In vatuldwhich was arranged Great excitement dovelpped In the city hourly The May Or find issued a proclamation which was jiiterpretpd by many as being a menace rather than an effort to keep fh 4 the bentocrati- commisslpners c removed spine seventy or more election officers wjjb had biro agreed Upon by the Republicans an placesI who e conge n preventing a fair ejection 11s pro duced tlib most Intense excitement In rife hearing of the Governor ptnl be of the leading men of the city decllre that it was necessary for them to go to the polls ariped In order to preserve their suffrages and that they intended d to do so Affidavits were filed stating that local peace officers were in a conspiracy to preyent a fair elections and that owing to ebbstate of pub mind riot and bloodshed was immi appealcdc foots t romainell ovcr declining to speak and ordered tho regiment which I think n tD1be tr40nlyn out 200 into the arpabry for purpose of keepln- of the peacc giving them the strictest In structfons They were allowed to go In without unforms andvote vthXcUrl dttring the time tho election was thehthetlGoebel Democrats cease their dilatory wereIrththee prejAfter tho polls had chosen a communi cation was sent to me by Judge Toney saying he had issued an order to ad mt inspectors to witness the count which was being Ignored and which Statebassist in the enforcement of the Judges order The voting was concluded at oclock The guards did not leave the armory until after 7 oclock p m a which time many of the polling had been aoandoned because the platefrom any voting booth In tho city tlhe next morning the CourierJour nal published a facetious article showing how they had marched up the hill absolutesY be Scertaln that the Republicans had been andeconducttheconsequence of which ten thousand had remained away from the piilis Boardyn who would have voted for Mr Goebel were prevented from voting because they say that of the total registered i vote of 35700 22000 were registered as Democrawund 13700 as Republicans dMr Goebel received only 13400 voted while Taylor received 16655 Republicansrover number reg+ and the Democrats lost 8600 of allsI I were Demo and would have voted for Mr Goebelj i If Taylor had received no Democratic votes and the entire Democratic veto had been for Goebel there be I some force in theStntement of theYCommIssioners Utltwhen It that thousands of Democrats voted for I Taylor and crown their statement la valueless I When a voter costs his ballot heere his name Is marked din the registered voters list as voting but It dbes not ap pear how he votes The proof before the Legislative committee was even attempted to be contradicted showed that ot the Louisville regla torcd vote with the exception of some precIncts In which the registration books could not be found there wore 20610 Democrats and of these 17148 voted or more than 83 per cent while In the same localities 12 iu whomjlOOlp t1Inshown to JjO greater than tide percents go of Democratic loss It was plainly demonstrated that thousands of Democrats voted for Tayloru and and that tho Republicans failing to vote was greater of than that of the Democrats falling to forgottenhat ofDemocraticin the city working for the all Republicans It was claimed with con dence before the election that the Re would the 0twelveBENNETT If YOUNG TOUCHED UP dulillabedsDc of tHfse1trt In which le spe ka in cpn tIrconqes aa a yMMo r te q lUngqutte at9 gG4r l Ou15Y1114 lR Slroft f t I v 1- fe lR fI- jc der It la that ono wTio has such a aplcfadid record as a warrior should look with contempt upon frpser lights Not only is he a bloody b1t a financial warrior lie charge Bsiiaklavh pales Into lnslytq If Iwuino whon compared with that upon the hank at St Albans ThIs Is not the first time that a warrior has removed his boots anti said Who oer shall dare these boots dis place Shall meet Bombastes face to face A But he says that I made dirtfu threats on that occasion and tae war upon the women and phil dren of the city of Louisville To this splendid audience of ladles and gentler men I will propound a question and will thank to answer yes or n Is this sfaWent true With i 0dbw posses of tlie best hoplo In hl3hjpfle In favor further response seems unnecessary v jthntGhe says V troopstballot boxes and arrest election officers Warrior Young knew this to be untrue IlOy ne that the only order given was toocut tho orders of a Democratic Judge ot high character who refused to len l himself to the dishonorable a eldworthy to unloose But no one should think strange of the incorrect statements of Warr Young He is so that cannot correctly think und talk elm U taneously There was onto a little steam whids stood still for there was npt euot steam to run the whistle and ho at the same time Sowith WatH Young when he thinks he Is unable tall when he talks he Is unable tb think for ho has apt the mental bro to do both at the same time TI being true ho should be rifled rather than blamed We have been told by various Demo erotic speakers that troops may not be used on election day for arty purge but Judgo Cooley in his constitution- g law lays down the rule that they may be used on such occasions when ftIshown that the ordinary peace force insufficient to prevent threatened dlsV orders Star page C15 In this Casa was shown that the polled force cou not be relied on for any purpose Now let It be borne In mind that tItt examination of witnesses on rife trbl singoclaimed were so alarmed by the State Guard that they failed to vot With all tho energy and acttvl of the attorneys for the contestants assisted by the policenot one such ma could ho foundIiL the face of all the facts the entire vote of the city of Lo isville Republicans and Democrats was excluded from the count DISFRANCHISED MOUNTAIN COW TIES Now as to the counties of Martin Johnson and Magoffin The statements of witnesses was contradictory as to dfFII prs thoba11oegained by either party by reasonof tit ballot or that fraud was resorted to any way and the proof showed conch sivoly and without question that t voto cast In thoso counties was substaa unity the same as that cast In the preceding three or tour elections In of cr words tho ballots had no effect wha- ever on the election and no candidate degreeflallotsthree Republican counties Were show to have been used in Graves M Cracken Powell Dreat ltt Knoty Bracken and perhaps other De ocratlc counties the proof being con Meting as to whether or not tho vat could be seen from the back but th votes in all of these counties wer IlJwallDemocratic counties to use tkem Sotit was that every voter in three can counties Democrat and Republican was disfranchised A State ticket de feated by the votes in theso localltlc- aufl Louisville has been declare elected these people ca truthfully say they had no vote IsIdeprived of the right to vote And the outrage of all Is that Warrior oung was deprived of his prlcelcsf privilege How it can w Governor to be elected in this Ste wthput his potent aid wm remain I c sector for all timetLOUISVILLE DISFRANCHISED You pay In this city onefifth of all the taxes ot the State and are tho States metropolis yet you had no mar- yolgo than the Tagalogs In the Philippines and thus you are taxed without re3resenlatloa and governed without tbaiconstitution says shall bo held h secret ballot It is true tho statute re- ts ballots shall be printed on white paper sufficiently thick that e printing pan pot bg distinguished the back bill the same statute that tlio IntenU 1i of the voter shall be carried o tatili up to the de of Nan vs Tlnaley it has been hold that the requirements tho electjqn law Avere almost universally a dlreetory and that when no fraud or error was shown tho vote d should be counted But admitting for the sake of arguitmrnt tliat It was proper to tbuavwotes numbering more than 42000 and constituting pneTtenth pf the entire yptpcjf tic State What was the remedy Was It right to disfranchise netenth of the State when the const requires that tho Governor shall PIiESTATE A three counties was that the fault the voter Were not the ballots fur IsfititsyotpAndavdigyerq Iy rP9 Qt Pi9 5 111i 9rfcrp R1t the- v rr I 4 MJi 7 1 military and prevented a fair election was pot that the act of an officer of tbe State for which the voter was not responsible and should those WhO were prevented from thereby be dls franchised Let Mr Cooley the most eminent authority on conatltxitlonal law iu this country answer the question At star page JIG he says It any ac tlon was required of the authorities pro llmlnary to and that which was taken was not such as to give ALL tho electors opportunity to participate and no triode was open to the electors the officers might bo com roiled to act It would seem thtsuch- d neglect constituting as it would the dls franchlsement of the excluded electors must on general principles render tho whole election nugatory for that can carteEtH to be heard and tho otlier i without be lug fraud or negligence have been excluded earpss gal voters are intimidated and prevent ed from votingS M tho election should bo set aside altOgether as hay ing failed in the purpose for Which It was called To the same effect Is the decision of the Kentucky Court of Ap YGtJudge Cooley So even if the charges relied on were true the only honest action that could anothbeor whol State to select their rulers CONTEST COMMITTEES PACKED selectbirt b Democratt0ja n lUt rcneo pf only 12 Yet when the Goobittote the Governors committee nnd nine Goebel Democrats and two Republicans constituted tho Lieutenant Governors commlttep In other words on tho tw Lattllu a recent speech undertook to excuse uncettalntys in tho I wlsMcChord contest In the Con idsttutionai Convention Ho stated that wore sC Democrats and 14 Repub licans in that convention and yet committee was about equally dlvlde- Mr McQuown Is mistaken There were thisasd of 3 Republicans and 6 Democrats I hotyat w oftth le dlaM names n the box and easy to find Democrats I do not charge that It was fraudulently done rather should I think It was done by mere sllgbtpfhand which at least commends Itself for remarkable adroIt- ness These committees made reports without giving any facts upon which they were based and tho Legislature proceeded to vote at once without argur ment or reading one lino of the more than 1700 pages of typewritten testImo- n In the trial of all cases tho evl judtat 50 least may make a show at fairness But necassanrY a RepublicaheU n know that thorn was but one election held In your city In November last and metJ But conscientious Democratic statesmen In the House although de tiding that no election was held for 1nUmldca S samesesslomn lr onlyCtholer SOtthorwere only sacred enough to author legtslntt voters of this city So It turns out the thn6 l ta0 r Gbebel having obtained a majority of 2000 in that city no complaint was madgItwas all right n have soldiers n Covington but all wrong to hav e these0 sufficient time refused contesteea Introduce their testimony and more thah Pue thousand witnesses hot allow edto testify Truly this was a wonderful trla and will go dqwn in history as sup among ten thousand and altogeth ala1 courtiIengorgement can be found in any de othat was rendered It was alleged In Taylors petition thathef bad received the greatest fvotes cast in the race for Governor hat the committee was fraudulently drawn that he was not allowed to in traduce his testimony that many members of the committee were partial and sepia of them interested that no urge tniliit was allowed ever11c was not read etc etc o a leg tIQPs were not met by a denial and lrilhnd on the merits In order thofimth might bq manifested but emurrer was interposed and on alone tho case waaHeard The legal of that demurrer was that oven all these charges were true the Gen oral Assembly had complete and final fecouldass toNO COURT HAS EVER DECLARED 00EBEL ELECTED Judge Field the Kentuoky Court of P except Judge Du olio and d majdrlty of tho Supreme Cpurt decfdedt that tbo flemuirer was tWell n sJdocS was not drawn Np urf decided that a fair l has h9cn fqet 4c that io tz I j 1 1 wr was for contestants on its merits The only decision was that thp action of the General Assembly was final and su promo nut they soak to excuse themsa os by saying that they have In all resorted to tho forms of law THIS we havo seen In every Democratic newspaper and hoard from every Democratic stump On this statement all stand nP cd r did resort to tho FORMS of lawVfprras without spirit shadows without substance forms which pro vented an exposure pt their rottenness and which concealed tho true merits of their case Tho Savior of Mankind was tried under the forms of law1 but that tact Instead of Justifying bin crucifixion rendered his accusers infamous for all times But in response to all charges- a Demo rntlc orators have ono answer They point to the assnsalnation pf Mr Goebnl and holding up his bloodstain ed garmoutfl conjure the multitude to Qndono th r crime ot grand larco ly No man condemns that assasslnati- o moro than h No man loaths more t cowardly outrage The man or men who are guilty deserve tho most dlgn punishment Between Mr Goebel and myself theta was no bitterness Our personal relations were of the most agreeable character I do not hesitate to say that he was a wan of fixed con victlons reckless courage and a high order of Intellect lie was in truth I comparably superior in every way to those who surrounded and ndvia him lie During his campaign ho said that would not It elected sign an act which repealed the election law but justified It on every stumiw But now that ho is lend and a Legislature in session called for tho express purpose of amending nod altering that law his pretended friends who are preparing to erect a monument to his memory should place upon It this inscription We endorsed him while living but now that ho is gone and can bo of further service to us we will repeal or substantially thange the law that bears his naMne not because we love him less obut because we love ourselves more RETURN THE STOIC OFFICES If this is a good late as stated b of1t Beckham in his message wily pent 100000 for n special session to amend or change its provisions Is it right that trio pooplo should be taxed this largo sum simply because some 0 provisionsd toInfor the specia session Tho courts h tsold that the only appeal from tho lion ot the last Legislature tens to l people That appeal was being mac The conspirators who procured tho pas sago of this law saw tho people who had been outraged and disfranchised we arising In their might to condemn them at the polls Tho clouds wore gatlierlng in the political horIzon tho mutterlngs pf Indignation were liesrd like tho rplllnc of distant thunder the lightning of the peoples juathze was about to descend when Mr Beckham and fife advisers sought shelter In the loglslativd halls and undertook to abate tho fury by altering the Instrument that brought so much trouble and disgrace on tho Com monwoalth But If the law was It indeed forgiveness was being soughtI why not first surrender tho stolen goods But this they will never do They are like tho man who stole horse and went to the deacons of ti church and besought them to pray God to forgive him Said one of them Bo tore you can hope for forgiveness you must return the property Oh well he replied Mister I dont want to that What I want is to be forgiven and allowed to keep tho floss Now my friends In view of Ute facts as they exit who Is responsible for the condition of things Who is ro the tout assassination ofsponalLleGoebel who J have been credibly Informed declined to moire the contest and by an accident was prevented from going West and was on tho next day finally persuaded to chango hla mindP From 1S93 to this time tho leaders what is culled the Beckham wing of tin Democratic party have been guilty of thin perpetration of a long lino of un Iawtull acts They hnvo defied public opinion they havo attempted To brow beat and terrify tho members of tho General Assembly they have catered to the spirit of the mob they have dlsre trampledtvo it clljfranchised the people they have stolen tho offices which tho people de ucress should go to others If It bo true as contended by them that Mr Goobel was killed by Republicans who wero Incensed against him on account of tho contest whlchhifladvlseralnduced him to mako against his will then their long lino of unlawful conduct their rob bory of ell owcitizens their trampling non tbo expressed will pf tho people their frauds and wrongs committed under the forma of law wero tho causedwhich lead to tho taking of hu Ulan lifo nnd the blood of Mr Goebol Is upon their hands Thoy should bo In dieted and convicted by public opinion along with thp murderer Ure 1 or and swear oternhl hate to tho Re party which filet say caused is assassination i deny that the Rd publican party Is guilty of this fadtl Journay1In are alono responsible But I will pale you to como with mo whIle I show you moro than 48000 die franchised citizens of this Common e wealth men wholn all ltrequlrea to con stlCUta true manhood aro equal to any who over Jived men who are governed arrtiand let mo show you thoCoul blot upqn the escutcheon of our bdnalgnlitI h office have not only forgotten their itty to thelrfc110w men but their dutqHo theIr proud old Commonwealth rs LIBERTYS BLEEDING FORM1 Como and let me show you the bleed ag form of liberty stabbe t un Itreasonhad cherished arid protected lndlngller nibfri1 k r y J L l did oret adorn that tho people of all nartles may once more kneel and wor y + 6nlp h9r I do not charge that tho Democratic for these outrages notnendorse such notion I that j conspirators who cphcoctod these mls erablo schemes and engaged in this eonltlnuous vl01 ton of law are alone Q s onslblo Mr Beckham voted for that bill was a party to all tho wrongs corn a tnlttedi and ho is its beneficiary HGJtceI b ho shpuld and will bo condemned people of Kentucky No mann who voted against Mr Goobel can afford to voto tar Mr Beckham It ho could not voto for Mr Goobcl bo cause of tho passage of tho bill nnd the conduct of those who hind it In chargot before the election In 1899 ho surely cannot now trots for Mr Beckham attar t the machine haS been put In toll agar atlou and the disfranchisement of tho people accomplished sass ohaNATIONAL ISSUES There are Important national Issues- n now confronting tho people but Import not as they are they muatiu Kentucky be subordinated to thoso which are of such tremendous local Importance Our first duty te to break tho shackles that bind us so that wo may exercise the most sacred right of freemen tho right- n to vote and have that voto counted But I cannot retrain from contrasting- ed tho last tour years of Democratic ruloiwith tIre administration new drawing- he to a dose During thin former period property cf ovary description materially declined In value interest was high money was hoarded 47 per cent of tho wage workers wero idle compared with which tho present strikes are AS tho mole hill to tho mountain Manu facturies wero dosed BO much so that there was but one great prevailing absorbing trust necessitated and that was tho American Soup Trust During- no that time Individuals banks railroads indeed ovary character of Business was more or less plunged Into bankruptcy mortgages recto bolng steadily multi 1 tilled wo wero constantly Increasing uuaptotooign countries In tho midst of this cxfearful condition tho stoutest hearts failed We were then told by Mr Bryan that tire cause of all this trouble was tho demonetization noot silver that the amount of money circulation would decrease that when silver went down ovary prodUct- ad of the farmer would follow and that tho conly salvation was its restoration Wo cowjonation It would skulk and hide InvPlr ing us in commercial disaster roBut wo have lived to BOO all thaRo prophecies fall Tho gold standard has bean more firmly fixed prosperity hips attended every business department War has visited us but nptwlthstand Ins all this tho Spaniards have been driven from Cuba tho glory pf JVmori cag arms has been manifested on land nnd sea from Cuba to thp Forbidden City of tho Chinese Empire and America has shown herself the first aation pf tho world Horses cattle hogs sheep and ovary product pf tho farm has increased In value in many instances moro tItan doubled Railroads have gone out mortgageshaveoikon resumed now plants erected and now Interests developed tho dream of wageshnvo amountio I in 1896 surplus instead of deficits nro r now shown In our revenues our excess UlanthreeborrowedInand every cloud that overhung us then has vanished before tIle blazing sun of i Republican prosperity fJREE SILVER IS AN ISSUE = leBut it is said by sumo that freo silver t truethen 1 all doubt that Mr Bryan is neither doc M hisJUdgment I and If ho could not bo trustee then ho thoIssueod to his Idols and In his letter ot ne coptanco In speaking of too Democratic platform says In order that there may bo no un certainty as to tho method of restoring InfavorInelopendontotocratlc party romaine the steadfast nd colnagoot rathat other nations shall determine for I us the time and muhner of restoring all ver to Its ancient place as standardmoney Whether tho Senate t bothangtlJ y i 3ruinedpoIIticalvented or should prevent an announce thothlSomq of those who support Mr Bryan r saythatif It wero the Republicans are In a ma cannotdothey will support him Whenever men vote for a candidate because the onlyI Jhope ot safety isJri rife Harty thoy eon t bothm l M t- e I Dn can orc tho result ot Mr t 4 r Bryanp tcctlonJo w ak truly whenhe oats countl othp votes must dotermlno it If Ito should succeed in a majorityhim 4 1 will hhp ij JIvetSQO1rtas I r Ifrto both pranchess to iG f Irestrain thoi atfhls Secretary ot the Tres tr + jjichanJ r I rpWbYnolclectMc IN NOT time Wrt l f Jr t t J 1 i lit 11 r J i k- f 1 I 1 r 5 L I TTirrr PAGe3 J tat continue the policies utiderwhlch I tkjTtatlon has flourished more than In any other period ef Its existence Bul 4 In ardor rt6 allay the fears of soUnd money Democrats Mr Bryan has gone i out Jn search of issues In this undertaking ke has discovered three each one of wlilch Is paramount to al1 others This would bo remarkable dls covets it made by any other man except Mr Bryan Ono of thcao Is what ho calls militaryism another imp rlaUsm and thq other trusts As to tho first ho complains of tbo sizo of thft standing army utterly ab llvlous of tIll fact that a war which was heartily Indorsed by him and his party was tho cause for Its Increase and that tho present army was created by the votea of his own party Suppose Ve had withdrawn our troops from Cuba and tho Philippines and mustered aut all but tho original twentyfive the sand soldiers how long would It have required to Bend soldiers to China to prevent two slaughter of American clU zens nut Mr Bryan falls to seo that as now questions arlso and now dim culUes confront new action Is mado necessary Every nation must rlso to tho every problem which con fronts IttAs to Imperialism It should be discussed In connection with mllltarlsn When Dewey sunk tho Spanish fleet there was no agreement by which American honor was pledged In tbe Philippines Up to the making of thQ treaty anti Its confirmation by thoSen ate the American Government was freo to withdraw1 Its forces I was oppose to that treaty as were many othor Ih- publlcans At this tlmo Mr Bryan appeared upon tho scene and by his tre mondous Influence Induced enough of his Democratic friends to vpto for It to secure Its ratification That treat bound this Government to pay to Spat tho sum of twenty millions of dollar and pledged Its faith for a period af I ten years to guarantee her certain prlv i iilcgos Tho moment that treaty was ratified tho attitude of thla Government 1was fixed by law Never until then wore wo bound Ih any way Mr Bryan assisted to involve this country In pledging its honor and now ho turn upon tho Republican party for attempt ing to enforce tho rights acquired undo the very treaty ho endorsed and helped cd to make If ho honestly favored tlu Independence of the Filipinos why did Ito thus assist in the purchase of their country Why did ho cause Nation to expend twenty millions of dollarsI Was ho so patriotic that ho was willing that this Nation should mil lions of dollars for tho privilege of becoming the protector of people 8000I nillca from ltamoIBRIANS ABSURD POSITIONI Why If freedom was to be givenI t these people and their territory re- storedi should this Government have bound Its honor for a period of ten yearsI to como What was it to this that we should not only fight to make a pcoplo free in whom wo had no inter est but should also pay twenty millions of dollars for the privilege Tho position of Mr Bryan is absurd and unworthy a great leader But ho says these people cannot bo governed with out their consent Then why did ho Insist on buying their territory His very spul Is moved because of tho fact that these poor people white and black are deprived of selfgovernment He does not complain because the people living In tho Louisiana Purchase wero 1 governed without their consent He does not complain because Jackson con quered the Semi notes in Florida and they were governed without their eon sent Ho does nut complain because after tho Mexican conquest and part OBe the people contained in tho ceded territory wore governed without their consent Nor does ho complain that Alaska has been governed without herI consent Ho woulll call Congress Immediately It elected and recommend that frcedon lie given to tho Filipinos tand they allowed to form a government of their own In wlilc we are to as sumo the role of protector He Is not willing that they should be dalayed a moment longer although lie knows that moro than a quarter of n century hIlSI frequently elapsed before States were admitted into this Union after they be came tho property of the United States that Alaska nnd Now Mexico for moro than that period have not been allowed Statehood Ho does not complain although he knows that selfgovernment has been denied tho Indians In Indian Territory for nearly a century Ills sympathy and Jove for tho Filipinos Is truly wonderful Is ho dealing honestly with the people Is ho indeed tho sec ond great liberator If Honest why has ho not done something to lift tho yoke of disfranchisement from tho black man In North and South Carolina and other Southern States If ho bellqvcs government without consent of tho gov erned is unjust why did ho cpmo tQ this State In 1889 and help to fasten upon us a law under which the people wero dis franchised and governed without their consont It ho be honest In his proton 4 tlons why after the people had chosen j their rulers and a contest was set on oot to defy their will did ho congratu late MX Goebbl on his success and return to this State while Legislature was in Cession and by his presence and Inllu bnco life to that content Either Mr Bryan Is dlalngonlous In his pros ent position or ho loves the people of a foreign laud better than ho loves those I of his own country In 4 r case ho does not deserves successI l By solemn treaty tho lion has been sealed InI 1i not only sealed by treaty but scaledI With the blood oil bravest f It cannot it eruronot prove I t It must meet its obligntfonsiand 1t remains I i i for Congress been f done tp give thpse people such govern f t1tathQBit others with whOI11 I could haVe controlled It would have been otherwise but pi the efforts of i Air Bryan ths cour6 kris been renIdercd impossible It M much our should control than ho ptpIstaltesInvolve us in war withothei natldhs I V f 1 L A WORD AS tQ TRUSTS ft And now as tp trusts Tho Indlvldu I tpEveryI i eJf r t l v jvt ilt i vcr trust that would force upon us the tree and unlimited comageof silt The Uepub11c n party does nattavor any trust that corners an article and Jp creases Its price It does not favor any aggregation except in so far as it r mains Within thin bounds of right and Justice The tariff is net the breed of trusts for in free trade England proportion to population thoy have grown more rapidly than In this eoui try The only remedy nugalnat unlawful organization to make their ai lions public and by law hold them ton strict accountability This course the Republican party has favored and it 1s the only party that has over passed In Congress an antitrust law Tills waS done In 180- 0During the last ef Con gross tho Republicans favored th passage of a resolution submitting to the Legislatures of the several States a proposed amendment to tho constltv tlon giving Congress complete power tlegislate to prevent or dissolve trust but when tho vote was taken of tho 154 who voted for It there wero pnly four Democrats and of tho 132 votes asalhs It 130 wero Democrats IN CONCLUSION- But I will not detain you longer In conclusion permit me to exhort cyery voter to do his duty You can hays nliberty tis long as you cannot vote or have that vpto counted True the cpri BtltUtlon guarantees it but If that In strument bo violated under the decision of the courts you merely sit at an ira aginary teat JiM memories pf tlte past come ringing down the years af our independence appealing to you to do your duty Your wives your children and abovo all your own consciences and every impulse of your hearts rise up and urgo you forward in tho great bat tie of CtvilLiberty- With McKinley ROOsevelt and Yerkei as the slogan let us irresistibly march to victory and be enabled after the elec tin to say that Kentucky has been redeemed regenerated and disenthra- lledROOSEVELT IN KENTUCKY Hon George W Long Secretary of the Republican State Campaign Com ultteo has completed the arrangements fOt Gov Roosevelts trip through Ken udty Ho will be in tho Stato three lays entering it on Saturday October 13 at Henderson and leaving the State Ilt Covington Monday night He will ravel on a special train accompanied y n number of tho Republican State caders headed by Chairman Leslie tombs Secretary George W Long and Senator Dcboc Distinguished orators aye been invited to accompany Gov toosovelt and drop off nt points visited to address meetings after the Roose cit train has passed on Tho speaking chedulo of the famous Rough Rider and Vice Presidential candidate is as oliows Henderson October 13 8 nm with lonA E Wlllson- MadlEonvillc 915 a m with Judge W IL Yost- HopkinsvHlc 1045 a m with Hon lirankB Posey of Indiana Guthrie 1145 a m with Hon John iarshall and Hon E G Sehrce RuQScllvlllo 124C p m with Hon Janus W Brcathltt Bowling Green 145 p m with Hon WC P BrccKlnrldgc- Munfordsville 315 p n with Hon EC Franks Ellzabcthtowri 420 p m with Hon C J Pratt and John F Lockett Louisville 8 pm at tho Auditorium with Judge W M Recliner Judge W H oat Col D G Colson Gov W 0 Iradley and others After resting in Louisville over Sun ay tho trip will bo continued on Monty as follows I xington 8 n m Winchester 845 n m with Hon John Mt Sterling 93Q a m with Gov W OBradley and Judge A TWood Moroheadt1045 n m with Hon John W Lewis and lIon Vincent Borelng Ashland 1 p m with Hon Samuel J- Pugh nnd Hon E C ORear Greenup 22C pm with Senator WI J Dcboo and Hon R C Burns Vanceburg 340 p m with lion W- n Ramsey and Hon W G Dunlnp Maysvillo 445 p m with Hon A E Wilson and Judge W M B cknerICovington 8 p m with Hon George tenriy Gov Roosevelts tour takes in eight af the eleven Congressional districts tho 1iirat Eighth and Eleventh being too tar out of his route to be reached NeVER T9QKIT BACK They say I am begging for votes Not at all I never asketi a man to voto- Cor me In fact I have told some pea lo to vote against me That is nior6 tha1mo cdudidutes dohltv said thnt if there waS anybody who believed In tine malnteriartcb of tho gold eland tita Uiitll foreign nations came to its rid graciously permitted us to abandon boIUeoilhtty hoought not to veto for mo at ult I donot want ally map to vote for iditud then objett to my doing what I c cc to db if me and if 1 iiiprsnerit the niaintcnancbrof thei- cgold stanAurtltyot cati rely upon my it tune very first possibly oppor inlty given me- WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN PlthadelphiarSept 23 1896r JN 1896 YOU VOTEDOR PROS ERITY AND GOT IT ARE YOU N DfW iOING TO voTE AGAINST IT J f IFwNi KEEP THE FIJAG FRYING JU AI fl t KEEP THE lrtrJiQr N r r i Jtr Yerkes Introduced by Phil Thompson Sr T t7 + btofo rW 1 rifIJOHN W YERKES Mercer county the homo of Col Jack Chinn the generalissimo of tile array of Goobelism in Kentucky Is the hot bed of nntiGoebclisxn and the monster Yorkoa meeting nt Harrodsburg last Monday was in many respects the most remarkable demonstration of the campaign Tho antlGoebel Democrats of Mercer are more united and more nu merous than they were a year ago when Mr Goobel himself was leading the radical wing of the party There are some sore surprises wait Ing ior UIOBQ who claim that any of these Have been won back by Beck ham Merely as an instance of what kind of people tho independent Democrats of Mercer are and their standing in tho community Col Ben Leo Hardin himself one of tho most wide ly known of oldlino Kentucky Dem ocrats has compiled a few figures showing tho political complexion of tho Mercer county bar There aroI twentyfive practicing attorneys OfI these four are Republicans Of the remaining twentyone Democrats seventeen are against Beckham and for fair electionsTho remarkable feature of Mr Yerkcs Harrodsburg meeting was the introductory speech of Capt Phil B Thompson Sr n venerable Democrat of tho old school who cannot follow latter day Democracy Ho Js 80 years arid feeble bUt ho made a rattling speech that set the great crowd wild The meeting was held In the court house yard and square from 4000 to 5000 people being drowdcd into anoI lolld block of humanity Capt Thompson was given an husiastlc reception aa ho stopped forI ward to introduce Mr Yerkes His speechwas in tho nature of a valedictory and was in substance as follows ii APT THOMPSONS SgEECH IIrocratic party for unless It is soon rescued from the control of tho men into whoso hands it has fallen I shall notlive to seo its regeneration In my feeble way I have undertaken tp discharge a sacred duty to my county and state It Is hard to part with those whom wo have al ways known but I feel as if tho tlmoI has como for mo to say many with whom I traveled the long road of politics and Democracy Their hopes were my hopes and aa wo travel ed along we passed many a mile post aria on the face ot each was written Liberty But we nave come to tho parting of tho ways tho road yeas divided to the right and tho left On the mile posts of the road on the left aro written Ma chine Greed for office and Machine Democracy On the mile posts on the road on the right is written Liberty the birthright of our people more precious than office or life itself At this parting of the road I bid adieu to my oldtime Democratic companions Who prefer officeholding to principle They have taken the road on the left blotted out the word Liberty from the escutcheon of tho True Democracy and in its stead inscribed the legend Ala chIno Democracy and office at any cost I shall continue to travel the road dedicated to Liberty which to me is more sacred than Democracy I prefer to go with thosewho love Liberty than tp follow a machinethrottled Democracy that would enslave us Applause And this New Democracy is top resented by Poyntz Yontz and Fulton an the election commissioners Beck tam in tho Governors chair Trimble as the Speaker of the House and Con gr sslonal contestant Cantrill as the Judfcbji parijpbell as tffo lawyer arid Weaver as the witness Arid by the- Etcrnali Gods this aggregation repre emocvay or day till his Detp cac Wrtnt siolliyei 11f I or Whcn It gets to it says Damn th people and their rights I The machine legislature promised to retrace the falso steps taken and glvo movciiferred to a committee appointed to act and report in hell with Joe Blackbun and Oily Jeems presiding I I am not a machine man and I wauld rather die on this stand than to be one abautLtb1ertyPhilippines but I say to perdition with liberty there give us liberty in Ken I lucky A free vote a fair count and the will of the majority must rule for they I are the very foundation of oSr Government Great applause ROWDIES TAKE A HAND At this point an organized attempt was made by a gang of Beckhar rowdies to break up the proceedings they forced their way into the center of the crowd and tried 10 draw out tho feeble old man by yelling Take bit Out and put in a nigger Things look ed squally for tho citizens were greatl enraged at the insult to the venerabl citizen Deputy Sheriff George Chlnr a sen of Jack Chinn and Judge The- M Cardwell of the Republican Con mitteo finally got the disturbers away with the assistance of bystanders j INTRODUCED 55 MR YERKES I Continuing Capt Thompson said Can a machine Democrat ever b trusted after all the broken promise of reform Had you not rather trust pOIiHUNtlI have the honor to present a gent tleman of the Jeffersonian Democrac and every Hbertylovlng Democra should vote for him The lion Job W Ycrkes has been selected by both the Brown Democrats rind licans to carry the banner of liberty so let us all rally to that banner 1 swea by the throne in heaven and the fiitg of tho country that in November I wit be found fighting in his ranks Long cOntinUedJPPlauseI The enthusiasm with Yerkes was greeted knew no bounds and it was fully ten minutes before be could begin his speech toIand to be Introduced by Capt Phil B Thompson Sr It will always be des to my memory when this campaign Is aver to think of this grand occasion When I see such men as Capt Thomp son arjd so many others standing with us I know the best citizenship of this State will never fail to conquer this machine Democracy Applause Whatever future this campaign may hold in its for me victory or de teat 1 will always bo proud that the principles which I represent found be lief in your country But I stand con fident that now as in the past the bes citizenship will win the victory for popular and a freo ballot These cheers that you have uttered mean that we have got them again a- Ye had them last year And I want to say to you that if I ant elected Gov ornor by ten Votes I will be Governor Applauge they talk to you about what they do under forms of law but we talk to you of liberty of the people and If you believe In liberty you cannot vote fo Mr Beckham for he does not represent a single letter of the word In these latef days when tho people refuse to bo slaves this new Democracy take flIt them local selfgovernment When this machine took hold they struck down tho timehondred laws am placed men not responsible to tho peo pie but elected by a partisan leglsla ture in position whore they could de prive the frewlom of this State of the right of suffrage This new Democracy passed thi Goelie law not only to destroy the Re publican p rlbulnll honorable Dem Qc tawnoauld not submit to yoke ot slavery The very first Dintill suffer drom tho effects of this l wiis an honorable of this equity vhose bright future withall Uo hapnl icss was marred by this infamous law Ir the HpnP tyaH jrdin tprclaJ1g d lti 1as presiding otncgr oJ J t tho LOwer House of the IContucky Gen oral Assembly gave the power of hls position to aid In the passage of tHi Goebpl law which fobbed you pfyoiui rights He represents the most unholj combination that ever disgraced Amer to Ian politics Ho stands for political tyranny political usurpation political theft and political fraud You are ask cd to vote yourselves Into slavery tc this mane Who lot political to wrong s I have attempted to state as I derstand It thdvlssUo which c utr titiflJ Ud this year But now 1 want toquotoU to you a statement made by Mr Bec- kliamnot from having hoard hjm be cause AVO are not allowed Eland the same platform Laughteiil 1 Ylli quote him as ho is quoted by The a ariInago ho Stated that we hays beett gasp of ernrd by cutthroats and assaasltis He Is a slanderer of his State jjls IIworMflee in the Statebut not In the sift of the people Laughter Mr Beckham has made the state i ment that Ill elected GoVernoj would pardon Taylor Powers and the others al Indicted for the murder of Gbcb t He Has no grounds for tills as lily has been published throughout thc State But he himself JS d a similar question has glventl1 ee dlS tinct replies and each different tho others In the last one Mr lepk ham stated that lie ditl not seQ how i could pardon a man convicted off the of vnrdlct of twelve halt st j en Thus Mr Beckham has prejudged his case Now what will he If is elected Governor He his said he will not pardon What will he do if he should i ho elected and the Innocence of any of these men lie established on application for a pardon Wllllie dUrIng hiS term make an Inpo enf perton Ho in the penitentiary t of Beckham has said the Republican party and myself approve assassins lion If you believe that to go to thQ lolls and vote against me If you are lair and do not believe It remember on election day that tho machine hits de irived you of the right to transmit lib irty to your children From behind their shield of the forms of law they cower and hurl slander The courts say hey acted within the forms of law but io Judge out of the seventeen who sassed on the contest cases ever de ilarcd that Goebel had a majority Remember these things on election lay BECKHAMS PARDON RECORD In his speech at Grayson Mr Yerkea dissected with an exact nicety the answers given by Mr Beckham to his luestlpns In regard to pn Powers Howard and others sand continuing said 10 I notice Mr Beck ams record for lardonlrig has surpassed the record at- a11 other Governors I hold in ray land the records showing that he hIlS made eightyeight pardons In seven months twentxono for manslaughter three for murder and various other offenses Of titekfe I notlco twelve are from Breathitt county tho homo of ono Judge D B Redwine of whom you lavo possibly heard Laughter and pplause If I should be elected Governor and asked to pardon loither pow rs or Howard I would consider Itas I would any other petition for pardon and in accordance with the evl icnco and my oath of office I would acL Fellow citizens if you believe I rould pardon a man simply because hI was a Republican you should vote against me and if you believe I jVoiild ofuso to pardon a man because he Is a Democrat then you should vote gainst and defeat me Applause SECTIONALISM MUST GO I AI am for unity in this Stato and do not favor any one section L dont drawn line at the foottof tho mountains Applause If I am elected Gov nor I will bo Governor of every Lucre Inch of this State and not any I partIcular section Applause IThis attempt of the Democrats un leadership of Beckham Trimble and Wheeler to introduce sectionalism iInto this State has completely ruined Itho Democratic party and any party that conceives such an infamous thing serves to die The oldtime Demo I crats headCdby Brown Buckner John Istan and many others do riot approve of this outrage and are shoulder to I boulder with us fighting In the same olumn and under thesame fiastiJI t r I lECKBTAMS MURDER PARDON I ING RECORD t i From Louisville Commercial I his answer to Mr Yerkea qucs IIntlon whether or not he would pardon wars or Howard Oar Beckham sol inuly declared that he would not par i dan any man convicted by a jury of ivelve men Let us see nboutit Did 1110 not pardon tho slayer of Cassidy I hoe twelve men pronounced guilty and condemned to servo a tcftn Inn penitentiary tt was murderIettheArtless coldbloodbd wnsplannedfar weeks and inonliariS tai was laid and the Innocent victigi I miked into it and was shot down TJio testimony in that trial in a bouifd- iidtUe was handed to Gbv Bcckhaln W a brother of the dead mano efueed to read It But when a gang of Bluo Grass polltlciaritf iame wfthV tales for eiieciitivo ciemehcy bevia suefiii pardontortho PrisenorKwho mi a pthlBpecriy- fy l T1 V i- r iflIId 1t t didnot Gov Beckham apply to thjs case the same rigorous rule tht he now proposes to apply to till future applications The reason is not hard find lIe now thinks he can mako voted by this sudden assumption of vfrsytue With the glittering bauble of the j Governorship In sight what matters It him If the Jtir ea wore packed tho ri witnesses brllJeJatd innocent peoples ll shorn away for personal and po i revenge In such cases flee- yuryatleeision is final with Gov Beck hint Hilt lii outer cases ho reserves k iOUrigli to review the verdict What r wcglcand wobbly and inconsistent nonentity Is this kindergarten candy date for tho highest honor in the gift the people NtDU NA VIEW OF BLACKBURN h From the Indianapolis Journal The Democratic National Committee Chicago bas given out officially an in teryljBjv of Senator Jo Blackburn of KenUcl Jn which speaking of tho trials resulting from the murder of Son hesay8W waiting for pbrtunlty tpniele out justice to Taylort ThanlcQodJov Mount cannot always ojl Tdlanp His term pfflco will expire ono oi o daysY Arid ny will be tciewho will deliver Taylor opt to the Jaworc- OClPpl11lf to cha his hidjng place want tp intferowith Tay Ibjs catiiipflilBn plans Indiana He la notf stumpine the State fOr the Tlepub- licant It would bfc n dopr1 o the- Republfeahs of bls as4lstante tn t e campaign1 Indiana s66mtf tb bS the p 6 for all unpflt6iitfaried and unhungnssasslns of Npw York thft asylum tor nJltho brbken d6Vn PQtl hacks pt the Stato The people hi KentUelcyavo alert however nnd thbsb 6f the assassins who have disgraced tho State and who have not fled to Indiana or New York they are hai lng as fast as they can We will tnjlkelUdecent community out of Kentucky after awhile Kentucky can never rank as a decent community as long as It sends to tho United States Senate such yawpors as Jaj Blackburn His libelotfs attackon Indiana has the true ring of a Kentucky tfendetta and Is marked by tic ignorance and venom J ie REPUBLICAN TICKET I NATIONAL For President WILLIAM MCKINLEY iOf Ohio Ji For VIce iresidentvTHEODORE ROOSEVELTi i Of New ELECTORAL StateatLarge MARMADUKE B BOWDEN Of Logan County EDWARD PARKER Of Laurel County First District l 8iI lItER SANDERS OtTrlttt Cillat1 + Secant Alstrtc r PlorThird District NEWTQN BELCHER Of Muhleaberg County Fourth District C L EDWARDS Of Hunt Coaaty Ffh DGgtr- htOEORCEEiSSlNGEti SMITH ITOf Jefferson iSixth District E P WINSLOW ot Carroll County Seventh District SCOTTVW I OIl IPf Henry CountysEigtifli District A CLINTOUK 0f Anderson County Ninth District W J5 BEARING Of Flemlng County Tenth District HARLAN T BEATTY Of Lee County R Eleventh District a M A HOLCOMB Of Jackson County STATE For Governor JOHN W y 01 Boyle County v f Lh JUDICIAL y J or Aiipollate Judge Seventh P llr Cr J EDWARD C Of Montgomery County t CONGRESSIONAL c First District1 s BEN C KEYS Of Galloway County q Second District WM H LYNCH 0f Hopkins County ft Third District v J Mc Of Warren County Fourth District tnM JOLLY K Of Brecklarldge County j Fifth District HARVEY IRWINv Of Jefferson County Sixth District tIiWMM DaUAW ift County IiHgith District J M WILLIAMS of hockGastle Cbtwi- yNlnthDislrJot tSAMUEL J PUGH Of Lewis County ri i Il trfct N TIIOPKf Ot r ieveiflijDlatirct i 1Prtlt t VINCENT BaRBJNa i Of I aurej Cciiaty f r 4 uai r r i t41YMi Ij w 1 0 P 1 l1 I afIf I f L + J Jhyi e rLra4- RY r C 1 iR Yw yr y 0 11 AYPAG41 I I J eSSSISr fi 5 A e t1jriTHEODORE ROOSEVELT I I- To the majority of Americans the mention of the name of Theodore Roosevelt will conjure up memories of f Rough Riders and the fighting at S t Juan A few will talk of the idays when Roosevelt was a Police Conimis sr stoner In New York City and then a blank iJ Theodore Roosevelt In the East and the Theodore Roosevelt of the West area i sunk totally distinctive characters one disrtlrlact e a mous GovernorRough Rider colonels J career In the cattle country may bo V of Interesti Something less than twenty years ago there appeared on tho border land of Western Dakota a studious young man wearing eye glasses who In com pant Iughta cattle 4 rantihe In the lowlands and deliberate ly sot out to be a ranchman The cat tIe industry was then practically the only business in that section and its s profits and perils had attracted map wealthy young men from the East from England ijls ar4YaLinnoway excited the locality which had already adventtenderfeet ch of was very strongly disposed to para phrase the Scriptural warning that a fool and his money are soon parted by substituting the tenderfoot for the fool It must be recorded however on behalf I of Theodore Roosevelt that he went at the cattle business earnestly andworked Industriously Whether he worked successfully or not Is not Is not known In that locality a successful tenderfoot would have been a wonder and probably Roosevelt was that kind of a wonder Certain it Is that ho was several other kinds For instance he wore glasses This t a1sourceas to the Indiansthe fonder declarl- c that they could not understand how man could see through glasses that It dim his sight otc Tho Indians lonthe other hand regarded the glasses 4 as medicine a word best explained by its equivalent in African fetich Now the cowboy the genuine na tiveborn cowboy of the West never reads and rarely considered anything of sufficient Importance to be read His horse saddle chaps blankets a pistols constituted his household e teeth easily transportable and of small l compass Roosevelt bad books As tho cowpunchers put it In wonder a amazement he had books by the yard by the mile And read em Now the wearing of eye glasses and 2thereading of books wore eccentrioittcs K fairly referralble o he fact that ha was a tenderfoot But strangely the man could ride To ride in cowboy parlance p means much And when your cowboy says a man can ride ho does not by any balanIn ce meanswellt it y N where everywhere on any sort of a horse with any sort of gait at any speedrc Ahdthen with many Western ex Njgtives they were forced to ownthatJ guld shoot shoot deer and ante N jnd 1ear running standing co d1 1 haybedJ q td a boyish beaming smUofuzenepeit1teieu Not only f r ff iI I j 1J t nHI r tor itt A lyd 1 f1f r J J 11 J J ti if r 7 1h could foe shoot but he would hunt da sand nights for a chance to shoot preferring If he could find It the great whomnovert one All this was astonishing enough there remained the most remarkable thing of all Ho would fight Balancing his Western virtues that Is to say his ability to ride shoot and to fight against his vices that Is to soy his tendency to reading and his habit of wearing glasses and the bal ance was found In his favor He was voted all right By persistent work constant huiing and honest dealing Roosevelt e his way with the rough Western element In which bo lived and came toe respected and admired The round ups brought him into contact w thousands of cowboys from the ranges of the South as well as those of the North and his fame helped Along story and legend soon spread over the cattlo country His horsemanship in commendatlonsfcountry on rough horses for long tances may be considered a fair test of human character At all events he succeeded in endearing himself to tho cowboy element and in learning its Vaiue It was the knowledge there gained that enabled him to seek tho rough riders of the West when with Colonel now General Wood he or ized the famous regiment that saw ser vice in Cuba And it was the cowboys knowledge of him and of Wood a slm liar character by the way that ind ed them to flock to his standard alreadylnearly as the writer remembers had Albany11 every ones mouth either asPollco Commlsisoncr defying Tammany Assistant Secretary of tho Navy as a Rough Rider Colonel or otherwise Yet luxuryaand I I InI11 fightIng lighting departmental red tape In his office of Assistant Secretary of tho Navy from thence to tho actual wa Cuba the transitions were simple rand natural His robust pugnacity was toldtof af eflectunllylwhlpped West he throw and into submission whondknowa was bor hood His motto that the highest typo resultotstrUecollege As the Western story goes tho scene roundupI withshootingand iris reputation His appearance bore out his 1atlon He was tall broadshouldered and extravagantly hadtakenplace which was likewise the o swselug takdrinke the a localitynvitation There was but one alternstiv tofumtee inghand then broke into a sto Insult interladod with frontierpletlvea In an Instant he was in r i t grasp of the young athlete and in another despite his struggles had meas length on tho floor tThen Roosevelt dragged the bully his feet and ran him out of tho door removing Ikes revolver from its hostler as he did so Ike promptly returned white wit rage and was treated to a repetition of Thistwas thrown stunned him and it we several minutes before he recovered consciousness When he did ho arose walked out of the camp and never re turnedmuch to the satisfaction of all handsIS Asa Western ranchman and Mint Roosevelts work was more thnn the veadornnaturalist wont to classify the beasts of the prairie and the canyons In sere n title fashion He Identified all the groups of bear in plain and hlll and showed that species long regarded as distinct were in reality the same vary wltheon fightkilling geerallye mains true that mountaineers a Interviewsgrizzly is known among hunters Some sixteen years ago while Roose velt was riding with one of his cowboys in the Dakota wilderness the latter called his employers attention to a c aheadthemt bugehead riflethb oflistThats my bear said Roosevelt youThe at his ployer and found the latters rifle 1 cowboys muzzle of Roosevelts rifle and the he of bruin showing above the rock There was incidentally a queer and novel whIforI rapid cowboy intelligence at a gran shottheI It turned out upon examination th welghtngityoung millionaire ranchman with the oftheWhen the bear had been duly and accurately skinned and his hide was stretched in tie sun the cowboy recov ered his senses and explained that his regardhis for had no idea of spoiling a shot for the lat ter Then Roosevelt repented of his laterpresented pairndestructibleihoto of latter the finest that Dakota had ever known sharedhstartHedrngglbyburning ground at tho end of ropes ThismcthOd ttho Csd1srough country over chasm ridge frlngoottryingswhen the wind on the prairie d splflagby ogano a second one man riding on one side of oppositeaide soucme and otherbrutesflames and rear and dance in theirpresence s In this connection there occurs a huntsfrom Roosevelts own pen seven y propThe Wilderness Hunter ho says It is worth noting now many of the leaders among our states strengthandvigorous pastimes Of course l sports or at least the wilder kl which entail too exercise of daring hardshipsandcsts and mountains stand above ath letic exercise exactly as among the latter rugged outdoor games like foot ball and lacrosse are much superior to mere gymnastics and calisthenics aWith a few exceptions the men among us who have stood foremost In political leadership like their follows who have led our armies have been of bOdilyhea1th Andrewmuch In their youth if only as an In wagedbyOldIsraelstrictly under this head tqeI theViceyouthfulIa youth as a Vice Presidential candidate Rooseveltsanriding to the hounds in the Genese famoussad Umber ridersrmCathe I r I 1wt PIO1 l the lucky ones It mesa be fairly sur mlsed that as the two men sat on the I platform together last wok b th mayo In odd moments have reverted back to that longago scene and even thought of themselves as two of the lucky ones pohi officesrk Of City which he sought to strictly enforce an excise law with which was avowedly not in sympathy velt remained In private life but n I1PPolntedIdignluereft d shaking up In his hands Ancient and nerable attaches of pompous mien found themselves at work The now Assistant Secretary had extraordinary habit of asking questions demanding reports Issuing acts and generally hurrying things c cccdlngly painful to the political flun kles of the bureaus broadcloth ed thchief clerko whose thoughts had ol writs been Of receptions dinners promotions pert tona or increased sal exponss to were exceedingly dlstnteful ndxcuses were no longer accepted and perilhes tice they were met with orders to use every ounce they had and then call for more Various tottering dodos the relics ot previous administrative op- l polntmenta looked up drowsily rub execrntberag their slumbers But Roosevelt went straight attend In his office every clericsheiris or ficial dutlllcs a punctilous attendance WasbI1ns quickly exhausted the npproprla practiceowfor 600000 more wereafrom the Mississippi Valley and else where inland where navies wero unknown and unnecessary remarkedbutfor target practice What the rea hafte 0ofiles avy was acknowledged there came the distant rumbling or the war with Spain and Roosevelts thoughts turned afield With prompt oluntness ho resigned his Secretaryship and proceeded to organ- Ize the Rough Riders In company with Leonard Wood for merly an army surgeon they invited the wild characters of the West and those of the East as well to join them In a unique organization of cavalrymen serve in the war with Spain An act Congress was necessary and he caused It to be promptly passed It authorized the formation of two such reg iments but a part of one only and that the one of which Roosevelt was Lieu serviceethe in other hand had been cowboys a watts absolutely at homo in tho saddle walked with difficulty and with that shambling uncertain salt which marls tho lifetime horseman when set rat c They were however absolutely fear less and absolutely undisciplined bar Wdecod disembarked in Cuba they marched with the others from Daiquiri to Slbo aDutinto trly p11tace that Roosevelt in the taco of this lie fusllade never lost his presence ot mind but cheered urged and encouraged his men It was tho first taste of death in the Cuban campaign and Roosevelts command had the post of honor There rang out at Guaslmas the one command prward It rang out again at SanJuan There the Rough Rider glaring through too fierce heat and drizzling damp over the slope toward the Spanish trenches rushed for ward at the head of an assemblage which representatives ot comma other than his own abounded Pro toeAOSare many to been pro mature But it succeeded and nothing else succeeds like success Frederick Staunton Gore in the Philadelphia Times andTHE SAME OLD SIGN a a BRYAN CANNOT PAINT IT OUTJ I I The Democrats Populists Silver Re publicans and antiImperialists have formed a trust with a view to destroy Ing all competition and electing Will lam Jennings Bryan President I P 4J dq DOLLIVER ON THE ISSUES I V Senator J P Dolllyer of Iowa has a vigorous article in the October Forum on The Paramount Issues of the Campaign Ho shows what are real ly the issues of tho campaign dense that tho money question is dead and maintains teat tho election of Bryan for tho ensuing aterm is fraught with as much danger as It was in 189C Following Is nn ex tract It will be admitted by every one whose mind is at all adapted to tha consldcra ilea of such a subject that the last lot years have played sad havoc with tan prophetic literature of Mr Bryans last campaign Jf the patriarch Noah hail wxUon Instead of building an ark his frlemlsand relatives would have had less reason to complain of him than Mr Bryans disciples now have to complain goldtstill further decline But the prices all products of labor have gone stead up He said that wages would decrease and the employment of people even then precarious would still further Can But wages have Increased until If wo may believe Mr Carroll D Wright they have reached the highest mark yet known in our industrial history while the employment of the people is tic- ed universal and uninterrupted Mr Bryan said that the burden of debt would be multiplied by the increase of interest rates and the scarcity of money But money waa never so plentiful and In terest rates tending still lower were never so low before galavtd be wished but it is not too much to say bettcosr 1 apostlecroant erally disappeared Nobody doubts that his opinions on tho subject pt tho free coinage of silver were sincere and t oftoo oltleagated and that is that tho standard of value upon which tho whole tab ile of American business rests cannot disturbed or even puts in serious jc stay without producing results fatal toer the employment Investments and eat prises ot the whole community Democratic party has not put aside silver question because it has recanted its faith in the platform of 1896 It has begun talking about something elsei simply because tho old subject has adhofcome tiresome and becauso the a enco is so scattered that It is beyond oven tho eloquence of Mr Bryan to bring them together again If any man doubts the real purpose that Is In the minds of Democratic leaders anti the real motive that would control 1 Mr Bryans administration It he wore elected President let him tho fact that while In the Kansas Convention was sitting Mr Bryan his political life on a demand tclc phoned from his home at Lincoln that- d the platform of 1S96 should be reiterated in the exact terms which ho invented for use in the last Presidential cam Paige His success therefore whateve- rt else it may mean forshadows tho exact legislation and administrative policy re gaited to overthrow tho old gold stand ard and plunge tho country Into news agitations fatal as onco to industry and commerce It is In vain for men who have a stale In the national 11 perlty whether they work for their ing by the day or enjoy tho prosper whether they work for their living elthe slay or enjoy the divIdends of Invest capitalfi to silence their apprchcn slons to believing that tho financial law of 1900 enacted by the Republican party against the protest of tho Democrats in both Houses of Congress has made it safe to vote the Democratic ticket again The Secretary of the Treasury has given to the business world a timely adrnoni tlon that notwithstanding the now pro visions of law a single act of executive folly may even now throwaway the fruits of tho victory of 1896 IV dsBRYANITE FILIPINOS theRecent developments in tho Phll ippiues will go far toward discredit the Bryan campaign Captured cotyor respondents found on tho persons of men high in the confidence of the gals and their leaders which is m public from time to time by the 1 Department shows conclusively that thoso Filipinos who arc being paraded by the antiImperial Bryanltes as riots of tho George Washington at are a band of cutthroats and mur ers It has been shown that t would enter tho city of Manila and burn down the town and destroy not only American but foreign property and do this for the purposo of making It appear that tho United States Gov ernment cannot protect the lives andI property of all people there Sev attacks have been planned which take the form and nature ota massacre and which resemble more the plan band of savages rather than of men supposed to bo a band of organized soldiers fighting for their liberty Loot not liberty Is what the Agulnald demand anarchy not government blood and butchery instead of peaceI and prosperity I I The anti Goobel Democrats of K tucky are not only supporting Mr Yerlcos for Governor but thousands of them remembering Mr Bryans un qualified Indorsement of Goebollsm have declared their intention of vot- Ing for McKinley and Roosevelt The prospect for a general political houso cleaning in Kentucky this year la ex cellent LiftJ 6 t 4 A DILL OF PARTICULARS 1 i Mr Bryan sneers at the declaration that Republican policy brought pros parity to laborers or to farmers In his speeches In tho West he cells for a bill of particulate Most of tho teen who listen to him can answer his quca tlons point blank Thoso who were ifrwho havo been selling their surplus H = t products and who have been earning good wages under Republican pOIlC 7ican point Mr Bryair to their savings it a f- In 189i there were 1124966 dcposlt y41Stateloan trust 477 in savings banks In 1S9D thoro ere 1901183 depositors in national f 966394 in Stato and banns 443321 in loan and prlvatoIpanics sail 4254516 in savlngtf 4 Hero Is an Increase of 2100547 nnmbcr of depositors in basks Thor 1r608096003 an increase of 1733506 599 The average deposit In balnta i Was J j52Q in 1894 and 602 in S99 As if in direct answer to Mr Bry ans insinuations the figures in Now breaks Kansas Colorado and tho Da kotas are particularly significant Tho Increase in deposits in North Dakota Is over 100 per cent or from 2275726 in 1894 to 5050000 in 1899 In South Dakota there has been nn Incrcasn from 2958463 to 7042915 or an in crease of 4084452 In Nebraskatthere has been an increase from j22 428240 to 35726103 In Kansas thorns r has been an increase from 17147160 to 33605101 or an increase of16 457941 When Mr Bryan tells tho pcoplo ot any of thcso Slates that their RepublicansCrulo as under ot Y Cleveland tho men women and child risedinri lI rlbe13EARST WARNS BRYAN 1 Mr W R Hearst of tho San Fran JourLeand tile Chicago American is ono of tho greatest of American cxpanslon Ists Ho gavo Mr Bryan a few words advice in San Francisco Examiner April 27 1899 rWo trust that Mr Bryan will yet rango himself in lino with tho Nation al aspirations for expansion Tho timo has come as It comes at Intervals to every vigorous nationwhen tho torkwhen the health of tho body politic demands that room The popular in etinct understands too need for these j periodical expansions and every ccn ulno statesman understands it too Tho popular instinct of a nation cannot bo changed in sixteen months nor can n creature of expediency bo coverted into a statesman by an np peal to thq truths of historyp ISiivAND THAT btHIS SILLY TALK ABOUT IMPERIAL ISM MOVES THEM BUT HE WILL SOON FIND OUT THAT AMERICANS ARE AS MUCH IN FAVOR OF EX PANSION TODAY AS THEY WERE WHEN THEY APPLAUDED THE AC r QUISITION OF THE LOUISIANA TER RITORY BY THAT NOTED IMPERIAL 1ST THOMAS JEFFERSON t nilNever before In the history of Pres Identlal campaigns have tho support ers of it candidate been asked to bo llcvo that the platform means too ro verso of what It says Tho Demo doflagsll as ho has promised to do They t wouldTa I rinL r confidence 1 r 4 toripe J tboUnitedsympathy of Bryan or get a word in his speeches I HJH M Tho development in tho Philippines of two islands which will produce thisorala grcJthing tor the United States Wo now annuallyscan pro heBldeosending theUniteda fur that proof that there shoUld ho po f c scuttling policy In the Ph11J1I11nes i J Bryann i case President Me Ktalejr is reelected times will bo goodfor tour years morn and ho can still further to his pileaThe Democratic J manage have at readY carried all of too States the o- understoodthey ioitl t ixeep Mr Bryan in PraStlce I t IlJt