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I+ 6 J I t 41 J fN 0 7 l Ifj t f ii r v f f k i Y e 111r r 00 iL Pt r r At wtIt r1 f 4 f flil fi VOL XXV OWING i lif 5 nowsrcato with TUB OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 p JBuyyour fruit from J A Power Cora Conner opened her a nhoolv Monday MendaYwaaLabor Day It was t fcol unduly or otherwise celebrated y 1 B 6 oiir apples pears peaches 1fcfco VO Bgo8 bunanaaotc from J AlPoWer y Johnson M Atchison boughtXJ t 8kbti l P JUcbisons gray hares with bVi bKgYtfor 225 T KxShrouis warehouse in thea e Mat of his store room bought of Jaaes Gallon is nearing com pie tl te Tile L Darnell sold to Dawson a Claelrtweat steers at 370 and c rirbelteraftt 250 all butchers flattie s Tjaara were apparently good t- x a fi were all around town Saturday Lt afternoon but it only laid the dust in towacrti J R Brother was in Lexington j Tuesday and saw Prof Davis who said he wauld open school at the Seminary Monday 4 T awlght of East Fork flea Mid his growing crop to Foster and will move to StephensSept 14 Miss Roberta Hamilton of Flat att c Creek gave a dance Wednesday 3 eight of last week ShermaCSind Scott ood aster attended v NOTICE Receipts must come out of alb horse book with my signature attached before account can bec Colttraatt Next Monday will bo County Court day and a good time to pay Toe Ocrteoc what you owe It f 4tt takes a lot of money to run a newspaper office hYt Tobaccocutting is going on plow ly An early froet would chew upr t at a large part of the growing crop UK t to It remains green despite the dry tlwartsheather fije Kentucky Mexican War s atzRichmond Ky Sept Sttli Tt sRaipiil association meets at In a x diaaapolil Sept 1617 I will open a restaurant in 1blI Pocket Court day and jun it f thereafter in up todute styloTHqie and eat with me ROBFUT NIXON kReyF D Pnlmeter pattor of thsOwingsvilleM E Church th 4 W titF ear was ordained a minister fw sad adaltteil tfull CCUIlltC1 Iou ct ritb theM E Ca riica tIt t SundayTyyw 1 Eldt Kwing cif Craw i ti fardevltto the of hifr WBP guest reo t tAtire C saner Ewiiig from Satur t day tilt Monday and preached to a hit sized erowd at the Christian t L I Church SaWday sight r y fr IIi is KoherXPUnor r er9 cokaty Sorc dPIt f B8aaerKBob Lick thisHSpuilyj tS asd MlM Could W lBe ly a b Mhoei tejM ieV were aarrled in Ieil1ast week GMKKCTioir =Aa error of they thattwas te tkelR ublkeoCdteatGoRn l district for BepreMBtatiye when r + btii j S1 HIOBER TainiTAXE8rWhen you tYS 19 to P1o wa tries uetdi- lF ep pr eeAf rote tjban you I a expected to pay aa the Town Coua erisy011 he to dente tJateptU it rtttr ti JfKWFiuri As enecescors to Off i t ItcPalirerwe are prepared to do 1 rtld8atbe o ti earriage repair work having paiateretE r patroaage s lk ESTItL 4 HoHAKEB Fwt gtLS70 sores land in x flaB4 eil fletd good house and 71r j Itirttry y trd free atee of r gas ter de ae tw purposes two T a ra royh1BXBT McKlNHET ffAT saaterfo drfaldagan4 te k frewXdaily reer la towb z t herMIforeif r H a w e r- jfNII 1r BeBrjr epriags aede Slate tR t o Creek thaB yofcaMy avet before r4 k aRede6our t r T1r r u ysars4IedptlexatPeeledOek t rit UMIsa Cjiureh Saturday and was t Mnndaytteraeeea i everal children He was a brother leofA1 Rawey of Howards Mill tr i t l NoCtxatDirairoaJoaaaWeiflerperJehn 1 i d etadQ6d a ft YPz IewacrJvLef aM fRowan t eoeat t B here Thursday to at y tend a eoBfereBce bf the Sepubli r ea 1 Jea4ere ef this count hare l t Bardjt pvitiag ant a candidate for I CircHltJuaxeafaiBBt Allie Young It wae dee I4 i te ot have a candi date fee IhatoMee butt key date r t shiers llbatt WIt otMtt1te r 1i 9Q rraltk at rn i t l r t t J f i I iK1IJfr J G1 i 1 r 7 j r1Jl i 1 f 5 q PERSONAL Rex Cornellson went to Dnuvllle Monday Mrs OscarPnlmor has been very sick for some days Sterling1Vodncsday Frank Carpenter of near Mt Sterling was here Thursday Col II II Ewing was at Pewee Valley and Louisville last week Mr and Mrs John Stout of Duf field Va were in town last week visitingMissMiss Ellen Botts has returned from a visit to friends In Mnysville Mrs D S Estill returned Thurs day from n business tripSuiClncln nati Mr nnd Mrs Royso Allen of Mil leraburg visited Mrs J B Hughes the past week J T and S T Ellington and Jr E Green of Yale were In town Wednesday of last week Miss Nina Hazelrlgr after a visit to Mies Salllo Faris returned homo to Frankfort last Thursday Mrs Eugeno Minihnn went to Covington Saturday to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs Enos Kenney Mrs Chns Leer and daughterMlss Carroll of Paris visited Col H Hand Miss Des Ewing the past week Miss Bertie B Rameyof Howards Mill was a pleasant caller at this of fice Tuesday afternoon of last week Nathan Barrett of Carter countyi Itepubllcannatnluoofor the StateS to J C tThaTsdA y Misses Annie JLiee and Ada Wood returned home to Bardstown Thurs day after a visit to Miss May Kin caid Afr and Mrs Marlon Poolo of Cin cinnati came last week to visit the family of the lattore brother George A Peed MiKnes Mary Gudgoll and Lillian Daupherty have returned home from visit to Sliss Mary Hunter at Win M P Markwell of MtCarmeland Matt Qudgoil Of bhorburiio wore callers at this office Wednesday Of latlt week Miss Cad Keimof HlllsborbOhio camaFriday afternoon to trim to the autumn season In Mrs Estill- mUlinerYlltore i Mr and Mrs Osnjot d F Byron little eon Cur Graham 01 Atthlnnd came tho fonfpajt of last week on n visit to relnt vcs McCanseyMsnifee psarcutsMrMrs Jmr 1f Rnmey und iriloj i Irtiiik It sHv let W d irJiiouiiiinitcm Ind to v XT t a lOWIngJames Brady anti Enos Cranny nf tor endingtwo mouths with Mr and irs EUKCIIO Minihnn returned home to Cavington Saturday Thj imade many friends hero ho vr ittorry to see them leave AVnllaco W McClure wife a Jacob Stock of CrawfordsrilleIn wene expects d Tuesday of this w ant hilt the formers brother JostMcCC r Unr Slierhurne and otl telathosil1ti1b artlota- L Misses May Shrout i 4t lean und Mettle VU MROU Bsrf leave Wfidnestlay otthls week tor tend Campbell fiupormanH O tfKo at Lnxingdm Julio Elliott jLizsie Scott at Richmond KyiMrsvii D Farls Holmes Mrs A H Dawson itMovDaagherty and Mrs Lule H TOH retUFfled Tuesday from grist in tMurtUd Gt Conference nt C thiankilMre T W Ewing was retuI1UWoon ld yjllbIEE H of Clnclnnl why wH iihtewIfoIs on a visit to a XfrhJ8u1e Ci fofeheaatOynthiana the puss we rturnlntffrMeTuesaay He was Tfteultferof rheSundeysalaoolbea ArilhlHr f l8emanwhowentTkSMyiii 1002 returned 1 portt1situ 1ahoma He was In i F ti oyijlIhb Western Union Tc gilt has flnemari at 36 f promiseofafmaqsstay six months longer He thlj of returnIng next January Holt the JVesteru country well especlt Will L Nixon the auctioneer gone ona visit tbhls old home OwinJ8vllle Bath county Ky Billy evergeta into one of those fei down there he is expected to hold f the reputation of Poorla Pec Star V Wm L Nixon of Pearls IUwrived Wednesday of last week 01 visit to friends WJU Istheslijolly follow ho was when lie left in and his appearance indicates paInW ness Alt his host of friends w delighted to meet him He will turn homo Thursday Ka DICWeSEorfc leYArraltbOj iwltb a itOR burg btturday amrniag and v taken into a house After 11 more convultions he died shorj after the first attack He wash j iedSundaF aorning at stoae church burial tbej ceased was aged about 35 y t and was ii son of Wm Arrasrav He was a widower with two da lers and one son aged from six fourteen years He was r citizenYBESOLCTJON or RESPECT Hn Acker X10148 A J Owingaville Ky We the nppel ed cnatmitteeeubetitrhe follow resolution U That we extend to the our bereaved brotherWhaleyBai our sincere sympathy in the lost1 his little daughter Lizzie who t parted this life Sept 6thFhat a lOPYof this reeolut be spread upon the records of tj r lodge and Top OUTLOOK be seated with a copy lor publlcatit HM JACKSON J L H Ese VCommitti tyr- l 1 iJJ1 Irti tlH u ii fv- t r t h J1 y 1 y A t y e Y0C f i f jttdf 3 rr i ar J r r Mrs Estill IS sho l f Goods Notions Un 2 4Ad J i at Cost for Cash t 1 t- t choice t= Mrs f + f f i i 2 i Tile OwingavillQ baeeball defeated the Salt Llok club Saturday tcrnooahy 7 to6 DIED Whuloy Bai ya c tor Elizabeth aged nn o you north of town dieo of bowels Saturday and was Sunday morning at 11 nS tc the David Bailey burial g The parents have the sympa TOE OUTLOOK in their loss SUCCESSFUL MEETINGEV H Ross assisted by Elder Pendleton closed a twoweel traded mooting at Seos house west of town Friday with fiftyseven additions crowds attended the was tliamoetsuceYasetulhsld county in recent Bide began ameetingatUedrick0 f house Saturday night Eldc dleton will likely assist in this ing also BITTEN sr SUPPOSED MAD On last Thursday afternoon Maggie Hamilton of Salt after she returned home Mt Sterling went to the i v for a bucket of water and wi tacked bya large black sp dog and bitten severely in thi She and her little daughter I screaming and some of the n bore were called to the house dng was pursued past the Salt school house but it escapedi school children were warned time to enter the buildingnndc doors and windows Mrs Hn ton wont to tho madatone nt 0 plo shortly after being bitten 1 Rise atone adhered to the wo4 She is the widow of Glrly H ton anda daughter of Srafe Thompson Tire 8Bra6iJdrtjj ty ported to hove Jiilt JjQjjifc cn at kr Y 1 t 7 T i I OOJ l = + i 4I Lfvfa F ri tift yr Hltt 7 er i V r y 4t- a t t 4 r d fr 1 tMaj rtfa tSy a i d l tr a r ysv t j srt r xya i t bYY wy t 1 yJXsx r t Jf0 0Jot trr3 a 7 k nif i jf it 4 t kw i YiIfif t 1 11jil t tifli 8J i l jr I tit 4wat 4ratft fft t t ii5 4 cHt Iif r V bVi t 1 IJ t r1 c J 1J r r wf 1 iSi r HiG14 r X41 yYf e d f 0 41 lu 7r r r fr t t t fii yd F 4 Ii i r 4 t f a t r io pk 1 t r ar l 1 I1 ti4 rti xtt a r 1 l I f I fIb a1F1e i r SK tr c4 1lt yt t r rt 1 I trlrr 4wkL Frx 4 rJ t ta tfry k 1 fi y r Ix xti L t t 1 r tti I aIf S 1ft1 d 3 t- I a R aa yti tw i fy 1 a0- r a I itrv J tie al ilk u y y i r y t 4tr a a 3r z g a I I I tI r l k Ua ya x va t t tY c 4 s a I ia ft4 f 1 n r a i C j r w i 1 i kx r a x E rd 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frs4 t I a I t 4I4ss i asS t Sp v Ptj5 I 4 SLfeSPL4l15j1f 5JI w4L I i I L4sd r1S35L ti5 2 7I 1 a r 1 ci I 4ax I at k arW 4 k 5f 5 r fI aat 2Ji 4 J 3 1t1SaC Ai i iaj L 5I carcct3- SI I P2ci12 Sc S s 5 1 5 Sr it a 4 e cI 5p jr1 r j 5 J Jt e 5 Cr r 1 rI5a5 r ii r tt 4 and supremo motive of the life Let all else be subordinate to this one great truth o Heaven and hope of earth T DO so simplifies all the complex- ItiesI of the secular and religious life It is so easy for the mariner to miss his course if he takes his eyes off the stars and the compass It Is so easy for the Christian to miss his high calling in Christ Jesus by taking his eyes from the Christ Who has come into the world to save sinners Commendable Christian activities are allowed to obscure the main issue and soul saving Is relegated to the re viva period or the more convenient season But if the supreme mission of Jesus is kept ever in mind and the supreme calling of the Christian Is realized all Christian activities naturally and beautifully fall into their rightful place and tho of Jesus is gloriously manifest To recognize the supreme mission of Jesus encourages The only one who has a right to be hopeful is the Chris thin The social industrial political reformer Is met on every hand with difficulties and discouragements When success is won in one direction fresh difficulties arise in another The dis tressing conditions which prevail in the large cities and in sections of the country and the world are alleviated but not eliminated or cured The more that is done the more there appears to be done The one who serves human ity with human means and in human strength has burdens to carry which sometimes crush I T WAS only a few years ago that a worker in the slums of New York went Insane because of the needs of the unfortunates and her own feebleness to correct the existing evils But whoIJesus into the world He knows he has not the crushing burdens of hu man ills to carry He sees the need and distress It makes his heart bleed but it does not for he knows the saddest condition of all is the soul In darkness His supreme duty Is not to make this life more bearable but to bring the dead soul to a saving knowledge in Jesus Christ He must be charitable he must be philanthropic he must be a minister- Ing angel at all times but all must bo handmaidens to serve the supreme end that of saving the soul And with all Heaven rejoicing over one sinner who has repented and with the song of joy of the newfound hope swelling in the heart of the saved soul how can there be discouragement The soul saving Christians are the happiest and most hopeful No pessimists are within their ranks All are bright with the optimism of Heaven They lift up the Christ and He draws alj men unto Him from every grade and walk of life THIS is a faithful saying then worthy of all acceptation that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners Mr Spurgeon In commenting on this verse said This coming of Christ to save sinners ps sinners Paul regards as a truth so weil known in the Christian church that it had come to be saying familiar in their mouths as Household words It had becom a sort of proverb with Christians that Christ Jesus came to save sinners and Paul says that it might justly be received as a proverb among all nations for it was worthy fll universal acceptance from the t of its meaning the importance uthor 1 511 i i 1 I a 54 5S5I5q j i5i l i ir i 1f Y r J ittif ti r Wi V t 1iQt 1 Tt F dtITr iJ t t If j S4S Ji i a j r lif 1 itl F i If ii Pr 4t rt t jl5 4 ofj i t f2 js55ce 5 a I rtc 5 5 c5 5w ta a COLOMBIAN SENATE General Feeling is Favorable to a Tew Canal Treaty Senor Macaro Was Opposed to tho HayHerran Treaty Because It Violated the Laws of the Colombian Constitution Bogota Colombia Tuesday Sept L The senate has appointed a commis sion to prepare a bill authorizing the government to negotiate a canal treaty without violating the constitution but the government has not presented it to congress which Is necessary ask ing for reforms regarding tribunals tho sovereign control of the canal strip and the hundredyear lease The gen eral feeling is favorable to a new treaty Senor Macaro the actual pres- Ident of the senate expressed his ad miration for the noble and sincere pol icy pursued by the United States and hopes that the canal will be opened by them Ho says ho regrets that he was obllzcd to oppose the HayHerran treaty as being a violation of the laws of the constitution but he will work strongly for a canal treaty satisfac tory to both countries Senator Obal dia who has decided to support the canal treaty has been appointed goy ernor of Panama Intense excitement has been pro duced here by a cablegram reporting the probability of the United States dealing directly with Panama in the canal matter Senator Obaldia who has been appointed governor of Pan ama left for his pastIte will take with him a canal plan which It is said will satisfy all Congress has only enacted five laws and it Is reported that the sessions will soon be closed It is probable that the presidential candidates will be Gen Rafael Reyes the vice president and Joso Manuel Marroquln the actual president The European legation has been offered to Gen Fernandez the former minister of war The government insists on congress reconsidering the matter of the Pana ma canal treaty- Washington Sept 7Dr Ilerrah the acting minister of Colombia still clings to the hope that a way will be found whereby the present treaty will be ratified He lays much stress on tho possibility that the senate may agree to a measure to be subsequent ly pdsscd by the house where there is said to be a majority for the treaty giving President Marroquln authority to negotiate directly an Instrument along the lines of the present treaty President Marroquin Is known to be heartily In favor of the treaty as it is now drawn and if he were duly au thorized to do so the confident belief of Dr Herran is that the treaty would bo ratified MARCONI IN ST LOUIS The Inventor Is In Consultation With the Worlds Fair Managers St Louis Sept 7Slg Guglielmo Marconi the famous young inventor of the wireless telegraph arrived in St Louis Sunday night accompanied by a number of officials of his rom pany Shortly nfu r thelrarrlyalliTey were called on bra party of Worlds fair officials Including President Francis the members of the reception aid entertainment committees and the electrical committees who arc now in the city They were taken in carriages to the St Louis club where a dinner was given In honor of Slg Marconi The visit of Marconi to the Worlds fairgrounds is for the purpose of consulting with the exposition officials in regard to the proposed establishment ot- a wireless telegraph station on tbo site ABStfuNDDWELLEftS Discovery of An Extraordinary Tribe on the Island of Papua London Sept 7A Melbourne dis patch tb the Dally Chronicle says The administrator British New Guinea reports the discovery of an extra ordinary tribe of marshland dwellers in the Island of Papua Owing to the swampy ground and tangled tropical undergrowth walking and canoeing arc almost impossible The native dwellings are built in trees and as a result of the conditions the natives are gradually losing the use of their lower limbs and arc unable to walk on hard ground without their feet bleeding Their bodies have developed cnor mously while their legs and thighs llgureaniII Third United States artillery which has been stationed at Chickamauga Park for nearly two years leaves on Tuesday for Fort Meyer Va where It will be permanently located Pacific Coast Pack of Salmon Portland Ore Sept 7The Pacific coast pack of salmon this year is ode million cases smaller than last year and two million cases short of the out put of 1SOI A big shortage In Colum bia river salmon is the cause A HeadOn Collision Philadelphia Sept 7hi a headon collision between trolley cars at Fort Washington on the line between Phil 1 tbrecpersonswereprobably score of others more or less seriously 1 injured Death of Rev Alvah Hovey Newton Mass Sept 7Rev Alvah Hovey D D one of the bestknown fBaptist ministers in the country and for many years president of the New ton theological institution died Sun day night aged 83 An Accidental Shooting 1 Paris Sept 71 telegram from pours published in Sunday mornings l Petit Journal says Richard Nlcollni jjjf4he stepson of Madame Patti while v hoofing In company with his young jst son accidentally shot the latter a Sad of 14 years Declared to Be Insane jvj New York Sept 7Frances W enque who sent a threatening letter Secretary of State Hay and who r years has given trouble to officials it Washington with letters was Sun ay declared Insane harged With Killing Brotherlr Law Oklahoma City Okla Sept 1 r homas Dossett was arrested hero Sunday charged with the murder of j Is brotherinlaw at Lafalet Tenn three years ago He had been In Okla oma two years Dossett claims self efense An Epidemic of Yellow Fever 4 Monterey Meat Sept 7A fund for the yellow fever sufferers of Li nares where the disease is epidemjc las been started by prominent citizens I qt this city Business has been par tifly upenU 1 Ii i 1 J MOST IMPORTANT PART 5 First Duty of a NeTrlyElected rre c Ident of a Large nndAVenlthr Daalnei Concern The newly elected president of the grttt corporation hurried home dashed into the i penDontdisturb melle raid to his wife 1or everal hours nothing broke tie silence ave the scratching of the presidential pen a Vtilledspiration rolled from the presidential brow and ink was splatteredall over his shirt front Finally the pen leaned back and heaved a great sigh of relief There Finished at lot he exclaimed doingdrlI hare been performing my first work tince being elected president of the ton oli dated and Iron company said What it it bet 5 I have been rules I have followed SS worked my way from obscurity to my prtA fent high position I that tbia S is about the first thing the newspapers have ji ibiiAh Old SoldIers Experience 1arDennard Ark Sept 7thMr E J ir 1 Hicks inerchantof place has written lorpublicationan account of a ex perience which isvery interesting XI am an old Federal Soldier writes Mr J Hicks and nbortlyafter the close of the war I was taken ick I hadiachesand pains allover me fluttering of the heart and stomach trouble 1 just simply waj never a moment without paIn I could not sleep at night and lira always tired and fearful Jyiveak medicine all the time but for long time I was more dead than alive Al together I Buffered for over twenty years and I believe I would nave been suffering yet or in my if I had not read of iiDodds Kidney liliaI got an Almanac Which told me of thi remedy and I boughtsomeofit started with three pill a daYtbut the 5 doe to fix pills a not used ma till my pains began to disappear lkeptonSand now I can and eat as well as ever 1 could and I feel like a new plan with no or aches left KidneyPillsImproving S1 J Id like to know demanded the irate ri passenger ht you dont give better err ice on line Here lam 40 minute late this morning rare ving better service retorted- the railway mpector ut eal thistrain was always 50 minutes late London 1 it Bit Practical Poetry PenholderSecond loety8Jre claims hu dl1tirgthewalk all winter Judge Not Accurate Dlncrtptlon tbatTomkiDSI don t think that sort of thinis right right Dum Glbb9WhyofcouNeltliill lou cant e more than 10 at the out adc Stray Stories Stop the Conich axativeBromGQuinine riggsWhatdo yotrhiniider among the greatest temptationtr A umQre1laDaltiDioAmerllan ft Do not believe Pio CUt lot onsumpP collboJoButehrWaDt hat a dh kfentyesterday Cuslomerr Oh it was L r good able IiThree olid through trains daily Chicago to Californiat Chicago Union Pacific 1 r 5i aLending an a dollar isa deedof trust Co1cago Daisy XeI i1 Opium and Llqnor IlablU Cared Book free B MWoolley MD AtiantnUaaEvery man thinks he js reacopableSWashington la DemocrttS 0Silence is an excellent remedy or lo ip Chicago Daily News J i s i t y 500000 WOMEN 1 HAVE BEEN CURED OF FEMALE I ILLS BY THE USE OF I LYDIA EPINKHAMS I 4VEGETABLE COMPOUND c If you are ill and there is any lng I about your case you do not Under I stand write Mrs Pinkham at Lynn I jtheABSOLUTE SECURITYS 4 CenulneI Carters55 a Little Liver Pills 7 fMust lear Signature of1 5fJd4 j4 1ietow 45I- y7IuhIP4a PRc9itiWrsVpeT I toukugSU1ACII IICARTERSru iriwrs fM 1IUIVKESS IiI I f FU1IPIPLIYLIS Lwtll FOITllt IMPWICp tut tif taunt IrrsITYfetaxo Sv pfl I CURE ICK HEADACHE Z J SJtycusuffertromEptIesy F1t1FsllingStrk less St Vltuss Dance or Vertfco bays dren relative friends or neiphwrs that do 4o or know people that are afflicted my New Treatment will immediately relieve and PER IiMANENTLY CURlS them sad all an asked to do Is to send for my FREE TREAT MENT and try it It has CURED thousands wbere everything else failed Wilt be sent tn package abolute free repaldySly Illustrated Hook FREE by malL Please give name AGE and full address All correspondence professionally confidential W H MAY M D 94 Pine Street New York City TEXAS OKLAHOMA 1l INDIAN TERRITORY fAND BACK SI500SEPTEEII15tll 5f 1 VIASMISSOURI KANSAS t TEXAS RY- A k Neareat Ticket Agent Or Writ e W SMITH N P Aj35 Msrquette Vide Chicago III n Syrup Tattes fa tlaic 6od by druu s j- Ltd i 1 ft st a= q c 90y1BECLHAM i Sounds the Keynote 1 of the Democratic State Campaigno j Masterly Speech by Kentuckys Executive at Winchestert September Sth i Following Is the Text of Governor t lecktaia Opening Speech at Winhthrster on Saurdayi I t f vcle mc the opportunity which Ihls oaslon presents and rejoIce that the times Is at hand for tho democratic party with Us ranks united and enlluulusttc lo nirr a campaign before the people of 8 Kentucky for the election 01 their state vJJrsers next November our part 1 Interns that tho contest v vhtll be nn njrsrcslvc not a defensive one thnt the pcoplo shall bo thoroughly cqualntfxl With the Issues Involved nml thnt In full light ofTWibllo view the democratic party IflLzigI and the re HVibucan party unwillingly must stand upon thilr rcsi cctlvetrecord3j and 4t tbv CIO judge bclwven them Thin Is the7 policy which we ock whIh we demand t 0 und we IntfnU to drair our rcluctanlvftd versarleo from ih dark recesses ftIijfumnshoe campaIgn aha nike tlitpi Kent us If thry will Uv the llsll btJ y White Uiesecm tO Iivu delormln 4 d Ulion a julcOanil8prr tCiimpain re lylnR upon lhe pbtJrr of corruption fund and houtpE triatthbdemdcmts may be lulled At bvergonlldence r T sire ilclrrrhlncd to compel them lo r fctand pand assume cntirf responslhllliy for the evil record they have matte In thte State hare nothliiR lev conceal we invitergull and fair Invtftlgatton ofourI ord and wq Rladly go bctom the people upon that record bcllcvlnff Implicitly In Iho sincerity or our pdtpoxo anil In the lBhteo iw a of our caiuc Wo know v the of Kentucky their love of loioncstv quid courage their hatred ofk muil and dcKpilon nnd with that knowl1J we Kvlu this campaign with no CTnugLviueb HS to the result Democrats I k ii pc Hl only do their full duly and the vie ory U woii Kentucky l a Uemocratlc a j itiit j and Intends to b jrovcrned by the p P hcnocrutic party Wc seek to win by up I tlioldlns tho Lair name of the state the Jrrpulillcnn iwrty trios to succeed by U and making Us name a by word ot rcpronch throughout the laud utrlvo to maintain cacc and tros- j crlty and lo enforce the laws vlgorous tv ratherAbutcampaignmalfirlal ak not of the great mass of tho rc- Wiblkttn l eoplp In Kentucky who I bc Fie love Uw int init want to e tIn state prosper I know a larsc f number of excellent republican citizens f In Kentucky nnJ It Is far fn m nir to t utter a harsh or unjust criticism about c them but 1 speak of Ihoso who dominate their vonvcntlons write their platforms 44i wnd nominate their candidates What I nhnll soy hereafter shall be directed at hls rlasw und I purpose before tlnlshtng to how to what Ieth of crime and in pf Fomc ot them will In their uses 9pratc Rtrcd for office arfl There are nine utato powerIr election In November The republican for thoso omc vre noml 11711 PaFt uIy In InuIvIIl in a con s a vention which was characterized by some republlcnn leaders as the most corrupt n l unfair convention ever held It was raid that nothing could ho done by the f i delegates n very large number of whom t njuyed lucmtlvn positions In the federal kfrvlcc until there was twine oracular l tttcntnees of the wishes ot the national tamlnlxlratlon nt Washington The pow r ot the federal machine prevailed and heir ticket was nominated Thn democratic party for the first time In th history of the state In Its desire to cut as close to tIc people as possible held a flatu primary on the 9th of last May and nominated Ha ticket That primary although n experiment was roost eucccssfut In n features No thoupnuF3tt watt Cry bury scacon of the year t nPwpre than twice as many democrats toolc4 prt Iii it thatu ever beforo took uart ii Ihelr nominations for state offices by tin Convention system Each successful ran 1 Tby such n large majority nod conduct of the was such s tat there could be tint the slightest crlt I ui as to the faIrpcr tnu1 impartlaiii 3otttte election On thu titkt with invcrc nominated eIght honorable men fwh aroiT thy of the democracy of Kent Uy r of excellent character aridp aI ii de crvingln every respect i Tip ri he good people of U tuISir f Kentucky must chow iMvfi vtlckots and decide eJ vVilehpwe shell R nlster stsJte Affairs 4 for the iipxtfoi s ITie issues arc IcaPty K and policies of the two fartU i tiughly itnder4 z Hjood each of thuii na wen trieil and IITO by the expend f the last eight 1 YiWF anti there Is r t nn Intelligent x rif cr In the state vrlir lo not under stanfl the Olftercrco t vce n tho two i nartics and whit ea t represents Th democratic Dart a precmlnentVt c ri for law and order for race and pros l rltjv It promises anti Jves an honest a rd rM capable rjlmlnl tratiri of state affair It believes In the rigid enforce ment of tho law ngalnst nil criminals rc gortllci of political or other considera t tions It IE against the nrearsinatlon of ruUDlcnn In Brrathlttmuih ns It Is against the assassination M nt a democrat In Franklin county Its i W ventlons or assomblagM have JicverIndorsed orchecm the name of who are cuilty jjf murVIer and who nrs fmld to stand Hal for their crimes Jt has ncr through Its leaders or Its newspapers jiought tri tike up subscrip chairScI nt the opposite pnrtv Without fear or S faror It has stood for equal nnd exact JwMI o nil It fcks to build tip Ken ya ky not to dcfam hor lo open up an5 tifVBlop hr vast natural Ycfourccs toS ijrtv Industry education and ad lSancenient to show the world IliaC oura V at Is not ii laegnrd In thn commercial l inoTefss of tho age nnd to provo tlui e lle liberty rind property are as safe here aT P nnywhcre else on earth It believes A1fluut t I th duty of the government to pi he poor as well TIS the rich toe rl n Jealously the Interests of labor 1i ti TIia ot cnpltal nn l to prcerv II ace them tho c just mid equitable calltnfl tha prua r cie r nd careful mnnagcmont ot the no l iffalrs t t the ttitr and In the iliU Ju Jiccilce and per eycrcncn of its stale oil I cllA In the collection of nil claims due the Vnl nnd the prompt appltation ot I Mich collections in th T 7 nent of the a elate e ilehtm Thn democrntlo party ofa Icky preaches the gospel of Peat 4 ep olcrancel uot of slriio coil hair rr Mid lip to the eternal principles of Its t 1 Krcat founders lt unfurl to the breezv4 lie n H r banner ot brotherly love upon Mlioi iolde urc ricrlbed In letlers which b recd from tnoiiitIil to ti A DividedAVI a ie lhcMonntalniifi nlfnnyrlle apd of the Purchase united a v one under democratic nile shall place 4t lr state where i he properly belong 4 a In the front rank of the commonwealihH- ott the unifln A f nder that banner we shall march to 4 eel tqlp victory itul restore to Kentucky contentmenthlS partt with Its malice nnd vlndlctlvenei s4 Sr icovme a factor lit tIm politics of thea suprpntcyf IPIeIC the repub4 Intni nt tbelr convention In Louisville aL July to without doubt the most con piece nChypocrlsyfraud and MlnrcpiMCntatloit ever put together It an auIt to intelligence a contradic tion of truth Lund a libel upon every I kr Mihjfct with which It purports lo deal 7s It has litvijr beenquai l In brazen ef frontery ilncol the republican convention thr years ago deliberately Indorsed W B after ia had been Indicted for 1CIrnate for hie patrIotic and rcoiu eoitr The republican VonVentlon ha at sJlvcheered vociferously the name of the r Tflyior ahoe enag ment In In taut did not permit hut attendance at a re iy in Kentucky Had clrcum I lit him to be resent Ii te iilion reorde Ihlm would have exceed every therr demonstration In that con t 0tio They yearned 10 see him that fcv night pay tribute to the man who vLIp arcnconerrator In the nssassl uij ttn f Win Ooebetand time oward KentuckyJsun ymwttttn which honored a15 ti ri I1 resolution and Its speakers bJ nouncliHf crc and my adnnUtratlon I glory In Its condemnation I rejoice that those who applaud uftajtln lowe tin fJbit e M honorable mention to pQterit the fact that this convention con Tt dnpon rae ike coveted iJIstlnetlon of 1 t ceneure Hy pride Ia exal t hn I thln that wy eonut lnvom I life hAK met with their crdlat dlxv ijviiK My WNnldlstratwi of the of IIiI194 ii q4 I fi jtatIf a J a I Me o homage to his murderers Aty dfo Io na I can merit the contemnatiouto f audi it cuvention as thisMen who believe In murder AS n polltnI uiCestiy hiAv at rut to vrItIeit or ohdUct of their OpptldettPind nro entitled to no oriHlll or conslderntlon from honrnt ptoplr tn their plntfbrin mire tip t ofeut In arInatIni vlnthuer itt iior firei tim sincere In v at they say about Senlafor we know about Kenitcicy It IFPCfluIentirely upon the dueoti alt to the murdered kttif Scra tclongcul if Iii viuc thitcan they ifleflil vtiflI ndmore sincere tnW they ore lu what thIPIlsay about Thin lenders or Kentucky thoulO remove to UclffWilc tIie would And a more wmgoiilal cllmalo for the into of their mprovd methods of political warfare The present kIng of that country would probably rrnut them the iamo Immunity fromrrcqiIslUon HS the prrsrnt governor does H In quite certain tlmt If tho kIng nhoull llnd his throne In daigur front the claims of some rival hn could borrow n Mnrlln rifle from some teleIt olIleholicrtt Kentucky who would cheerfully Itlid on occount if lie Increased VulUc Ut the gun after tim had lievn accomplished The man who wrote that platform about it8fasslnit Ion In Servln might bo considered a humorIst if time aubjeut wan jot so ghastly Ills crutch nature ns he penned those lines was full of delight when he Indulged In such mork c ry and aw In ye hue of Kentucky governor ptruck With the aynsMna bullet nml writhing In ngonV on tho state house pavement And yctutlieso ann tho people who denounce Thle la the platform which rays my ml ininlftrntlou unit been bad lu my fonUi cst dreama ot popular favor I never ex 1 ectrd surh n complctq triumph nail vin dication ns lielknap the nom Jncc of that convention may lay the flat terliif unction to his south that he wns thn nOt honored man by tltu conventionI dispute the claim with him nnd assert that I above every other man carried oft the honor of that assemblage forwhile he received thin nomination forgovernor I was the chief object of thrli t cIthheabuse No cruradcl ot old when he knelt licfoic hut to nccivu tha order of knighthood in recognition of hisage audi valiancy ever felt prouder court rtld I when that remarkable convention that it NIW nothing In my public In approve Now let us look nt thitt libelous tIne umcnt which they have fl forth its t principlesWHh for truth It fires e ccncml broadside shot at the pre ent democratic admlnlstnition iind It would hnV the people bcllevo that we- rea ns bad If possible ai the republican organlxnlion In tlilj state It denounces what It Is plcasnl to term tho odious democratic machine now In control of Kentucky This miist have been IntcmKl as a little piece nt pleasantry to relieve somowlmt monotony of the occasion for It lt raid that when thtlit humorous c rutihinesl eNreptlmoroWlllson for these hailer delegate Wrre tfullyuiprceintOof that convention denouncing a ma chine Wilt a Mt if witticism most ton satnnlc to bo enjoyed l y thiso gentlemen Il lit Indeed very KrutlfyitifT to mn thitthe republicans have ctfti fit In nllitck the pnwnt democratic ndmlnlslrtxtloix and tIervbr bring IlrOmnhtlOflthY before the people the work actions of this nd mlnlslrnllon for I am convinced that lit morn discussion nail Investigation We have upon this subject unit the the people understand It thn more crrd Itable It slll l c lo Us nnd Wo will betecrtalnly lndon c nt thin polls tulo watt lo appear boaftful or to assume any cmllt IQ which I nm not entitled but I ran stay and prove beyond tucccss ful contradiction that the administration of affaire Riven by tho present demo cratic onirlils for over threo and a halfyears will compare favorably with any other mlmlnlrlratlon In the history of the stntr an especially so with the last rrpnbllcan administration of four year limuiclal itff1l5 If Kentucky art kflovnitFebruarythcarEl or onehalf of that dehit W1 created In isa durlnjc the republican ml mlnlslrralon In the mat six months Wi havo pail off that debt before Its ma turity with tile exCeption of 13CUt and tIme only reason we hare not paid that Is because we have not yet been able to havo those thirlyRlx bonds prescnled for payment Wo have the money to buy them with nud we hope lh lied of tile year lo Uo eo The state Is therefore praetlrally out of debt a distinction which Is enjoyed by only three other states In Iho union Onehalf of the debt othuemhalfof the money collected by this adminis motto from the natlonaigovcrnmcnt on the civil war claims These bonds were all bought at the most advantageous ratcn for the state and at prices which earned for the state a better Investment than ur mnne doe when placed at the regular Interest In the state drposllorles During the last threo of the republican administra unit they hat the highest tnt rate we e ever pld except In one instance riixny year iiro when it os tho same iiiUii i thel dli he debt or his r ilf h7i fii a the o r liariCbi htvlded In tut jiv Vuat nt thein ot Hircv VearH this tax t ate should full S cenl or be reducer front SJS to 4H4 This redo lion therefore wan timed not to take ef feet until the beginning of the next nd ministration it happened consequently that when we camo Into power In 1tQ this reduction began and the first two years of our ndmlnUtrnllon we had to run on a cent rate Instead of acent predccchadsors u Itffercnce In our revenue the first yesi 1W of J3ts3l73X and Iho second year of RSCSlSflrt nil of which would have been added to this revenues If it had teen running at the republican rato of G4 cents This falling otr In thr rev enues at that time made It difficult for us to meet the necessary expenses Thu repubIlcanlegacy of many extraordinary cxptnJcn and disordered ooTSijMr fli tiJiaS llnances The general nrsembly of 1302 therefore found It necessary to Increase bundrridollars I In u normal condition again That Is the present rate but I am happy to say thatby reason of the prudenctv economy and huirtnesIik management of the dem cratic state officials It will be possible for tIle general winter to either materially reduce the present rator to no apportion it In the interest of the school fund that therenftrrlt wilt be po sble without additional taxation to give aiweven months public school term In stead of a five months term as POW This I believe would be a wlo policy and It Ic made possible by the financial management of the present democratic state ofllcia And yet Mr Belknup talk a about giving tile stale a business ad ministration But we ahnll pay Our rc spccls to him on that subject later on with nil our debts and claims paid there will be In the state treasury on the 1st at next January nearly Jl600000 Tha largest showing ever tcforc made In lha shale There Is not a state In time union whose jiEcul affairs can make a better showln than utica Stilt Mr Belknap says you ought to have a change What will tim people ayf think I know tha Ivdlniicky people too well lo be uneasy verdictL excellent financial showing It can also be proven that tha1 present administration has done more to nnd enlarge the public inslltu lions of the state than any other admln Islrnllon ever did We have spent much money In iierdr Improvements In all tho clmrilab1 institutions time state college the state normal school for colored peo ple the deaf and dumb Institute aunt the iwn penitentiaries Ml of these Instltu lions arc In u better condition now thnn ever before The two prisons instead of being H great drain upon the revenues of the state as they used to ba under the old management are now under the bual nesslike control of democratic officials selfsupporting and I am Informed by the commla IoncrB jthat this year they vflll pay a small revenue to the stato Instead of bring n tax upon It as was the cnsa beforo the present system waul adopted Ittis make a comparison upon this qups lion of management and see the difference between the republican and the Oemocrailc administrations During the year of JSS6 and In Gov ttrnd leys administration to run the two prim on cost hc state S12073701 During tlie years Iffd und 1903 under this admit Istralion have cost the state only J1X7636I This makes a saving to the state In the three years of t30T9XI37 These figures speak for themselves Sal eral of the charitable Institutions of the state have been so administered that the y have been able out of their nllowances under the law lo save enough to buy cot slderable additional land for their Instl tullons and to make other valuable Im provcmtnls nil out of their per capita allowance Much political capital has been sought to be made out of the man agement of some of these institutions but Ijian cay and prove that iifver be fore were more successfully or cap ably managed than they have been dur Ing the last three years There was tcroe trouble at the Hopldnsvlllc asylum over two years ago I made a most careful investigation of It and concluded that the superintendent was responsible for It promptly removed him and put another isbathsensation was attempted tobe made Ci yjf tome charges of cruelly lo patients at the l kelimd asylum and an effort made tb hohi rot directly accountable for ihcm Jn cau r had appointed officials of th traji liutiiin An Jnveilljtlon wai iUo hy the board of commUsionem jml dlfo by myiclfln jwrscn Hfid bynjy rsvriviY cur itO Cit ris Attendants had used unnecessary rorco in eaIin with anti when discov red the two attendants Were promptly illccimrgcd The principal charge made nualnvt the there gad ubMlt hose tetutimohy a mitch wits taglut 14r the hosllle vcru mttdo bj Iwrt an Vltt patient Ocorge iottwotiti nut Mary Nohle null to give sdme Idea rtf tIle clmrnfler tf this testimony t will tillWWho theV ilrti 1ortwooil MVernt yenrs ugo kIlled a man in Iicxingloiu nnd hued trial was sentenced to b hiinged Ooyt Hrndlcy commuted his sentence to Imprisonment He made iippllentlon to mo fur a fiill pardon It was He ItIgneuI Insanity Jinll WaS thOu on at Utiesllon last vintcr The Jury was antI aulhorlzed lila transfer to e asylum He nns taken to Lakeland ut the doctors there quickly discovered ls purpose und that was to escape They took exult precautions with him and prevented Ms doing so He Watt therefore offended nt them for not letting him Bet away and at me because I ala not pardon him Ho wns trying to ret even tesllmnny Ho has bctti t transferred back lo tIme prison where no properly belongs Tlu lItter wllneii Alary Noble vtui Iranftfcrred from ino riton to the isyltim She too hud to be closely watched She was nut lilsaho Her Prison Itrm expired while ithie was nl the usylum nlul abe WPN rBlenrfid BllVe then she lum urea arrested upon r dial me of lunikpbrinklDR und In now In the roilsvlllr jail Sueh Is tile testimony uimii which the republicans rely about Ihj urriblc state of vaffuliK nl tile nsji lum There tIEd about taO patllnts III the liiblllutloli the popuhlllin Of n tIttli cliso lohlh ll Is impossible lUdl III guttll u large Inslltlitlon there should Hot he nn otcanoiutl luislmp or wrong bill lhbd lutvc Itccit remarkably few thrre dutlng this admliiltrntl ui lur the supcrmttiui nl nnd hIt nsslslaiits nr men of time hliulesl hearts and arc as watchful ant direful of the comfort of these imfoitu n ate beings ns t Is possible to b If I had had the slightest reason to bllcvc t hat any one of them had been guilty of the least cruelty or negligence ii votnit have iKcn promptly removed No one visits that Institution who la nut Im pressed with its splemlld munuitcmeut nnd the excellent tare taken et the In mutes Hilt the republlcana lire cxtcd ingiy Up fur campaign material and an Rnupliiit nt straws In their desperate tlTnrts However If they nre nnxlous to make nn tissue of the minaaemeitt of state InstltutlonB will cheerfully acxni modatc them and compare title admIt trillion with the HpuUllcull uUmltilsthn ioq With troiibnH Hi lbs XIIIK i Ilin llllll tile ani iu 1IIIIUU limtiitltc inlsiina Putt Other Places have notll Ing to tonical p lid Ii tiull tie lii unto in ln l The present administration has established one ndditlonil pub Ic institution and IliaC Is tlie Home for the Aged and Inlirm Confederate Soldiers at l cwet ahley where tile old veterans or the Confederacy who draw no pensions from the government ran be well eared for and looked after In their old age We have ulyo pjustl n law UlvlnK mil lerlal imvlslaiicc to tIlt Childrens Home one of the most praiseworthy clurillra In tile tit where lllllc orphans multIv waifs tire tfalhercd dad trained and pro vided with good homes Such churltlas us these appeal lo the sentiments of nil good rnple This sanin Uepulillcaii plttform under tnkes to nu fur II terms t ugnIilheyme Stir It calls funk nn examination of my record anti a comparison with the records of some of my prrd ccssors These records have Item Very carefully examined thry are open to public nnd 1 rtm Very ot the showing which they make shall give the till tlstlcs from the records of Gov llrnwn Gov llrudley and my own In doing Sa t hero It not the slightest desire or Illicit lion upon my part to rcilcct or criticize the actions of these two dtsttll Ulshed governors for t believe tnal thIty titled ConvientIotich thiea intti ees and what they thought was ight Wit us this question has been brought up and an unlimIted number of misrepresentations and falsehoods have been circulated about my pardon record and an effort made to create the Impres sion that I have used the power exces sively I must make comparison ami 11 Ihc people see how little truth there Is In what has been said and published TIle ngurcN shown by tic executive jnurnaU nnd the prison records reveal the fuel hat t linen eXerclsed executive clemency far less than either of llieso two prole cessors that with prison population considered my percentage of pardons Will compare favorably nn chief executive The mendacity of tier laIn republican newspapers about these mutters ns well as others In the lust ten months has never been The republIcan organ at Louisville edited und run by n gang of professional und this icputublc blackmailers has tried tu icc how many falsehood It could publish nhoul there pardons and never makes correctIon They have published libels they have falsified records us evidenced by on atndivlt from one of their own and have nut hesitated at any misrepresentation They have In ittIbhilicmstatemetutaand by their representatIves have admit ted them to bo so They HIve as their reason that il is politics and that k about as hlsh n conception ns they hiiVO of any moral principle Of course so foul a tihicut as titic ia unit dsCrtint this much nnllre lull as It claims to bs the republican organ tit the stats aluV recms lo speak for that ticket I tnke this occasion lo call attention to Its In famous policies and methods Now let us see what the records show for fitnnd llgurcU are KUtHclenl to comc falsehoods I have been little r three year m ith- vh i nan u i served ti as b arc one of my two predecessors The executive Journal show that In folony cases before atvl after trial altogether Jov lirown Is sued ixirdon Cur liradley 13 und Gov Uecklum 5 The books of the wardens of the two prisons show thatthere have twen released Jrssi them prisons the fdllowlnx number of convicts By Oov nrown 362 by Goy Bradley 3V by Oov Bcckham In casts of mur servinglife si pardoned Coy Bradley fa Gov Beck ham IL Gov Brown also pardoned six other life convicts two of them for rap and tour serving u life sentence fur a third conviction Gov llrudley cOd Is raybrII felony cases Including those whom he thought to ha suspected of murdering fov Gocb l i I should seiro out the Pelt terra of four yenrs In addition lo what I have served In lhl local I will have beta In offlcc eight years lacking nearly two months and If I keep up Ihe heretuforoI In IliaC tIme of nearly eight years as many cases ns each one of these two predciressors did In his four years term 1 have gone Into these statistics not lo criticise these two gentlemen both of them men of experience and distinguish thathave I I responsibility which has been mured inmy hands I desire n full publication of the records in these matters which will verify the flgjres J havo used Th se itinpardoning power and show to sonic ex tent how unjust linen been tile attacks upon me about It In the Kalelgh case about which so much has been said and about which there has been so much falsehood time circuit judge prosecuting attorneys limo father of tho girl who was killed and n large number of offi cials nail good citizens strongly recom mended the pardon My enemies haregone so tar as lo wilfully fabricate it story In order to retied uoon me ihitRaleigh fired upon this girl while she was fleeing from him after ho had Im properly accosted her There never was a shadow of truth In this story nnd baser falsehood was never uttered The lather of the girl would have itch ed for the pardon if such had been trur The late J B Marcum wrote a strong letter In ills case asking fur the pardon nnd stated that he did not bflleve thai Raleigh hud tired the shot which kllleel the girl Ills statement certainly re llevf s the case if any poll r I merely cite this as an Illustration of lhe miserable character of time tight on me Like all governors in some few casts I may have been Imposed upon anti made mistake but I have never Is sued a pardon for a purpose ot where 1 did not conscientiously believe It to lie right and Just to do so The par doning power should be moit carefully iis V and I havo tried the best I could ahemiiappeals from mothers wives and chil dren for the release of a son a huiband or a father It Is an awful responsibll Jty and a trying ordeal that every guiernor of Kentucky must undergo In most of the cases where I havo Issued pardons circuit judges pio ecu lns at lorneyx junks other prominent omciHis and clllzcns have asked for the pardons My record In all these matters Is open 10 ahasmonths that some representative of mv enemies has not been in the office where every opportunity lois been uttorueu him for examination and they have been un able to make any capital out of It ex cept by misrepresentation and falslflca IshaveItal out of the recent troubles In Breath Nlogrd to make It an Issue In the campaign I Accept the challenge upon that or upon Shy other Issue that may suit them They can have their choice upon any one or upon all and we shall cheerfully meet them upon any subject they may choose Itdrawiheissuponitho momentous problem of Her theytreally Afraid lo discuss wllh then the awnl condition ot affairs In that b nlshied couMry on the other side of tI Icarryw nmlj we urc wllllnr to jfO far tt t thcta a j Ut nt rec mmendaUop i i I the Servians an n Suitable crowd to run th e uetftlnhthentir to itlniiuitterc pimiihicaui icaulers with lie noble silt lulterbti tr Italcent ruler would lm u Tayldrvltch or a livrctgnto take up with us thy JlreathlU county i to anmeettrouble In that county nobody denies heitulnit there for political purposes every b o democratictIclahsthlnff In their power to put nn end to there troulMrCi lie unit now dispute itnot the time tve IsM feudal troubles Within thi life of thepresent Criurntloil there lmv been just an cerlous feudal troubles even moro 83 In other foUntltrt of the state us thtbt trouble Uretuhltt The troubles III 1orrV In Clay and Iii other eoiinlluH when Mute troop hull lo He Kent were even more der oratc than lliln Tile rea t abouthisIt liallyIs deriinThis trouble lies been purely local and not half ah ftfcrlmife its the ft tidal leflIIliMtflttiuliKtiltMi about that simply lucauf tucencyverllrcmeiit Thit republican press hail r liothuatlon Tluy liargcd that haul pieto c toountyp o utitluerrent tb the r cceported Curtis JUt tight times when us u matter of fact be was nardCntd iirtco i ttlint knew l otiiim excamlorthe tlllet pelUIUner for tile pardon SUch c toerveludthey have l ocn oVer the state unit ninny people haves never seen any correction of them A hUrt Mntrinenl of the facts covers the slice tion there The trouble cached hue crisis hut May when Mr Marrum was ns ts nnteil l v someone from the court house door It was a cruel murder and promptly took every step In my oCt clnl power to have the axsiMln or asxat slnr brought to trial The democratic ofllrlals bothitritc anti district Went vigorously lo tiark to Investigate th trouble to punish guilty partite A trIal was stoUiltyof tile In J trvtUpon banking the Jury The eases wiruhomuhterrctl to liarrlsuii trial was recently held anil thtc Jury con ictiul JelL aOil White and Ftv them a life telitence tIle penllunllaryi All of this happened UKFC i nail the vonvlctlnn lit three months front t he thorn of tile assttssInation amid yet ii has been over three and a half years o since Wlllllam Ooobcl was murdered fbi t boIshniPiit If the republican had shown tile same tUMrc lo pUnish his nssasltta that tIle democrats did to punish Mar cums Ztctiasluis then both crimes wottltl now be avviiRtd The troubles in Breath Itt seem now to be nl an end and I bj llcve there hnthat I could tn relieve the fltuafonlliere lund lo see lint the law should b rigidly anO Impartially enforced Il weft I illftlciilty that could not be settled In a day but It Is a matter of fact that no timer ftudal itncrtathere and their service has done much In babeen haul v Midruw them or rcducu t heir mini ause tile good people there have Impressed wllh Ihelr valuable sf ircycrvlng the peacts- that they In i much opposed to the soldiers is Out the force Poll reduced to men aud In il s uwayIPQInto r done In my ailrilnr u timJn about hehavewhich they were cc li- no casualty lms ever resul ei thai senIcv except the Ullllnp o j 1 hay always acted in such met inde the constitutional provision tt Itary power shell always l si to the civil aiti Now that the republican pi hit pariloulilUreathitt my opponent Mr Ilclknnp fACe that SUC I do have aiwrmya been and honest with the nipple of Ken In every way aim ncver JuihfstWant nttdeIrc ver t vi ptejiif lnr a cait tbAt a tw me official but iiim iullowed tre evitfrehect watched the pt eelings fn lui be of the two men Jnf t Whittat Cynthlana feel that t m liialnted with the facts an t irlrvc as duel that jury that thy wn iImy of the DrsarEinallon of Mareum ap can eay to time titanIc that J wi i tat don them of that crIme i uihMarcttni Was a republican eui i Is section Will Mr Iltlkna l iti t about what he would do m iiie case of those who murdered Goebcl No gill terlntr generalities about cvelnr the guilty punished will do lie must tt epi clflc and direct as I am lie kn wought to know the truth abv dat assitsainatiotitlie for n lonp time and the liii that crime Is familiar to all U w most lluiclljli and cruet murder iihistory r Kentucky It was thIsuit of a deliberate and The demooratJc lender of the state end time man wlio had been honestly elected gocrnor wan foully shot down by un ussasrln concealed In the executive built proteclienwhom Mr Uelkna n convention cheered nnd Indorsed ICo roan hat ever yet beeit iionepart In It Many of the guilty are now kuown nil of them may never be knownr I would not prejudge this case either KentuckIS r lirlknap the outraged people of Ken tucky ask him tile shade ot the mur dered fiocbel asks him do you Intend If elected governor to pardon Howard Powers or others Implicated In that con spiracy Would you Jf so fortunate as to win this rate ever try by requisition bacTaylorzas lnt to answer before a Kentucky murderIIn the union anti her people to be thin noblest and greatest on earth I am proud tf Kentucky antI I shall always resent any reflection upon her honor You aspire to be governor cf thin great commonwealth and are now my opponent thttakeIn of Indiana nnd say that these men can not get a fIr trial In Kentucky and 7ThIiii so ambitious to preside as chief excel tive Let him answer these ElUtstiOflS ii r tore the people idkintnetthut late republican convention was it action In Riving special prominence to my part In the collection of claims i ntrnlnrt the government was nfralil tyinwith their customary foolishness and lyhchpdpeople to my action In the matter If there hail Tot been so many mean InIsole purpose was to make my election absolutely sure After my election I In Idthingacctheythose very questions which I am partic ularly anxious for the people to untiestand I am a drill believer In the Intelligence and honesty of the great common peo pie What Success I have had In public life Is due to one thing more than all other and that Is I have never fallen Into the error of most politicians In not giving the people credit for having as much sense as they really have I never espouse a cause mtll I am thoroughly convinced that It Is right and I know that the people will always take the right side of It as soon as they under stand I have collected through Cnpt Cal boon the agent whom I selected for the state nearly 11500000 upon neglected claims due from the national government and I make the assertion which I can prove that Kentucky has collected this money at IBSF east than any other state In the union ties collected similar choke iu ome of this Was collected in the of arms and equipments About JiOOO was collected for some extra pa du SpahietmeIcafler- in the state w had any Idea that he money was rtu im The last aata ntratlon either mceffort or r ie f collect It Capt boon be TiArrl labor and a persist icht succeeded In securing this amour t4t mo jiiB c of the effort br his skll tnd he iixeedd in having the i 5 and MJsbursement of this tIm and 1 owed him under contract fifteen per for his services and no other state s collected such a claim at less ote soldier boya never objected to It for was like tlndlnx to them The largest amount collected by Cat Tgate for a number of years but since no serious attempt bout been made to lleCt Hi thought the last administration tied for Its collection e nltii tllreeciglitlms per ceni aunt that wIthout exception the most cheaply colicctrd claim of the kind ever matte by y state I give a list of such claims llected by nine states Kentucky titthe only democratic slain In the hat r pcrecntane for collection Is far the west of all the otherSnHere la the list Amount Per Ct Amnt Blotc CollcctcdArwdArwd euituick3laBaat s I Ita993 aitie 3i970275 10 71UI055 Connecticut 60656051 25 ISlfi4015 Massachusetts 260000000 230000tX Vermont 2043356 r tlhi3it Indiana ii63sio ii3ulPennsylvania 6Ssl1i 10 SHBRhotio Isiatvl tarian7no zi N thewHull was lirouuht against the rtntc tu recover on this contract The MarsathUKctlK claim has not yet efl paid lijr tile government but has ullowril bj the auditor for tile war pnrtnint for a few dollars more lhaii e iimoiinl n bo ve stated Tills ccmpnrlsun show how unjust title brcii tIle trltltlm if me for the fiT al nTil for the culltrtlou of thieve claims hidy till npohuigy whatever to moake for II I iii proutl tat It anti I Would doe same thing Ugaln if the occasion iuId arise Out o this money we have paid off our state debt and still have it left from it of J2l7CnK4 1 hayS Talhoun In Washington tryttigdcollect more money for the oir soldier No Zilch evor deserved pay more titan ho does for his splen d ttcrviccn lotlle state and no honest tizen ot Kentucky bcgrndRCE tuna one itt of hiit fee want this whole mat r Aliy difciiKed before tIme people end understood by them Tim vtntcmcnt made by sonic Intrlwnslblo persons that I had iiIhuaily him for a tee not to ecCal 3009 on the whole amount Is noth timri or kss than i deliberate false hooili The VJnin llmltatlnn simply applied ench claim for this whole amount was atte Ut of u large number of scparalo claims The Rctiernl assembly with scarcely any opposition passed rt bill which In effect rallfled the iontract The republicans have been talking n great deal about giving us a business utlinliiliilrntlin We hope they do not mean the setuP kind of business that their last candidate for governor Taylor grtve We have lied tUlle ennugh of that and thi people of Kentucky after Ihelr zeal experience with tile disastrous policies nnd milItary methods of the ropublKnil party diirlnB Its rule In the ate tire Inclined to be very skcptirnl a bout tills proposed business adminis atioul U looks too much like the Trotn horse and we tear that If this oking republican equine should by chance admitted Into time state capita It would be found that It was full of Tay lor Flnleys Powers Howards and atm ilar characters My distinguished opponent not only In his speech accepting tile nomination promised in event of his election to undertake the miraculous task of re storing natures nobility to Kentucky ut he has also In nil of his utterances tumult having a business admin Islrulloh ana told about his great success ti i partyliargeand not a ministration U Is true that unlike my friend Mr lielknap I have neither In rItcil nor accumulated a vast fortune Slnee I entered the public service at the use of nineteen as a teacher In the corn mon schools down to this good hour thave been a iioor man and a failure In the art of accumulating money foV my self The governor today Is Just as poor- nanchally as was the school teacher fit een years ago and I must confess that lu tills respect my opponent Is far niece han n match for me Hut without being I believe that I ran modestly and Justly lay claim to tile fact that my xervlics lo the Commonwealth have been from a tuslnes standpoint equally as siiCCFsful an lilt services have been for hlmrelf When Into title office at a tine of great civil discord With law lessness and crime rampant with the tate capital In the hands of an armed mob the whole structure of our ctato Government upon the verge of eva lution rnd tinirohy found the fiscal af fairs of the commonwealth In a disorder ed condition and a debt upon the state of 1004000 As t have shown before the democratic administration by Its dill grace and businesslike methods has p laced the state In the best financial con dltlrh It ever enjoyed before and has paid off before It was due almost the en tlie heiSt f believe it Is safe to say thatIn no similar period In oi vt moro carl large iate i uiiir 77i in tha slate Let is make a comparison from the record and see what they show Our Tnp thn four years of the republican nd ministration there were organized under he laws of the state corporations with an asperate capital of ti666S730 and the organization tax paid thereon Into the state treasury was t36C6S94 Our the and six months of this administration there were organ zed 17S3 with a capital ot J99fi027n5 and the organization tax on It which went Into the state treasury wa J9 Cot The current six months of this term will largely Increase this shnwiniThe difference will be more In our favor anti It Indicates that th business Interests have great confidence n a democratic administration liver he firm ot W B Uclknap Co of which my opponent Is a member hue prospered so greatly Under this admin Istratlou that they found It necessary to relncorporatn last spring and Increased their capital stock from Jl000000 to K 0oto Surely he alight to be satIslIe with time condition of affairs under dora ocratlc rule when he enjoys such pros perity as that I do not know what changes In business methods he would la augrurate In the state government but t am quite sure that come such methods practiced by his firm would not be to crated by the people in the conduct of their affairs I respect Mr Belknap an man and gentleman but as he and hu party have seen fit to measure him as K business man against mo and are seek Ing tn dlrparage me and his newspapers I arc daily reeking with foul slanders me he too must stand under close Inspection as to his merits in that I may not have been such a success as he has so far as my personal Interest are concerned but I at enough business sagacity to know the difference between a fourhorse wagon and a shot gun and havo never been Indicted t fR federal court and compelled to pay fl fine upon n plea of guilty for not draw Inc the proper distinction between th6M two valuable articles of Interstate corn mcrrc Since I have been governor every oincial and employe In the state govern occult hami received from me the mo3 courteous and considerate treatment am a democrat In practice as well as In principle and the door of my office Iran as cordially to the humblest citizen In tSie commonwealth as to th proudest The laboring man whether from the field the factory or the mini with natures honest sweat hit brow has always been as Welcome In my pretence as the head of any powerful corporatlop Such have teen my pollw and business methods In the past ant nurh they will be In the future shoUW the good people of Kentucky ayiln cleat tnt to this high office I fcav tried M the best of my ability to perform inj dutlea honorably and to tfat all cUsuea anti cli parties even our republican friends with cqiial and exact Justin ana impartialIty In conclusion jmy fellowcltu ns I am Kind to give hope to you ot a brlllUnt victory nt tins polls in November I auk of the democratic people of Kentucky that they be not satisfied with a small majority but that they shall roll up such a tremendous vote It will remove for a song time to come all danger of repub lean supremacy take Kentucky absolute ly out of the doubtful column Mid send good cheer td the hearts of the national democracy LetSthe victory bo comj phete an permanent and let lea out the promise with reason arid con- Sfidence to the democrats throughout th country that next year when Quid presl Idcnllnl ticket Is nominated Kentucky It certainly for It by a good oldfashioned majority It tan be done It will be done If our people will only realize the brll llant opportunity before them and will do their full duty In this election Tha democratic partr In Kentucky Is mar- Iunited and narmonious now than tt ha been In ten years Most of those who left us In 1836 and 1830 have returned to the told and we should greet them with heartiness and cordiality Let the past be forgotten anti let us stand together henceforth shoulder to shoulder as dent crate with our hearts full of devotion for the welfare of our state and nation Lift up on high the banner of democracy pure and undefiled and with your arm 5 bared for work In a righteous cause your eyes fixed upon the bright star of hope place that honored banner not only upo S the capitol of your state but also upoiv the capltol cKyaur country Preferring 600 r as pastonut a small countrj pirliTi son as bU hii pit TX V feaiK club Rev CB i c who ha Just nccer er the antL cbnr W Zpt1 tt iF 4 KENTUCKY FLASHES THE STRANGE BIRD STOLEN he Owner Was Unable to Find Spades to Which It Belonged Lexington Ky Sept 7Ileniy W Inn in the employ or J B Haggln recently captured the strangest look og bird ever seen in this section of he country All the noted bird lovers f the city examined the fowl but one of them was able to give it a name Nina had several largo offers for the bird but refused them all Intending to rend it to somo other city to as certain if possible what species ol bird it was A few nights ago some one entered e yard in the rear of his house anti made away with it and nd trace of the missing bird rail be found FIRE AT WINCHESTER Buildings Owned By Attorney Who De fended Jett Destroyed Winchester Ky Sept 7The livery table of J A Hughes the grocery of Thomas Barnes the blacksmith shop f K S Grimes anti the Chinese laun ry of Tom Lee were burned at an early hour Sunday morning Lots about 30000 with Insurance of lest than 6000 The buildings were owned by B Fut ton French the wellknown attorney for Curtis Jett at the recent Jackson and Cynthlana trials and his net loss wilt be over 10000 AT WEST POINT KY Every Vacant House and Spare Room Has Been Rented Louisville Ky Sept 7Every va cant house and every spare room in West Point has been rented for the period of the military encampment Fancy prices are being paid The big river steamers are tied up on account low water and these will bo sent o Wfst Point and converted into float Ing hotels Military attaches from ev ery government represented in Wash ington will attend the maneuvers Rep resentatives from each state guard of the union wilt also bo guests of the war department DESPERADO KILLED Lee Smith Shot By Marshal Gray at Nicholsons Mines Mtddlcsboro Ky Sept 7 Marshal Gray shot and killed Leo Smith at Nicholsons mines late Saturday night Smith was from Bell county and was known as a desperado He had pick ed a quarrel with Gray nail later fa tally stabbed James Looney Then Gray came to Looncys rescue and shot Smith and then fled to the mountains Tvo Boys Drowned In a Coal Shaft Madleonvillc Ky Sept 7Bud Hunter a grandson of T B Payne nd Bud Hdltclaw of Providence Ky both aged about 12 were drowned In an old coal shaft In Providence While standing on a plank across the shaft which was nearly full of water Hun ter was overcome by the foul air and tell in In attempting to help Hunter Holtclaw was drawn lato the water Attorney William J Peter Dead Henderson Ky Sept 7 William J oti Sunday morn Aged LeA- Lexington Ky Sept i Cropper aged 73 years a vt the civil war and a member of Dudley Posts Nej5l Qranil Array V the Republic died Saturday night He was one of the oldest masons In tat state The funeral will take place Monday afternoon Dora Clay Brock Will Make a Fight Lexington Ky SetMrs Dora Clay Brock left here Sunday night iou Richmond accompanied by two attor neys to press her claim for the estate of Gen Casslus it Clay the famous abolitionist who died at Whltebapa few months ago There are five wills to be offered for probate Six Murder Cases on the Docket Sergent Ky Sept 7The Septem her term of tho Perry circuit court will convene at Hazard Monday with Judge M J Moss presiding This will bex the most Important term of court ever held nt Hazard There are three ku klux cases and six murder cases to be disposed of- Cotton Mill to Resume Henderson Ky Sept 7The Hen derson cotton mills one of the largest plants in the south will resume opera tions Scpt rabcr 0 This plant hat been closed down lot about threo months on account of the high price of cotton It employs about 900 hands Contract For New Welts Bttrkesvlllo Ky Sept 7H U Sturm manager for the Kentucky Petroleum Co has let contracts tot the drilling of five more wells on the Ranrora Rich farm In the Salt Lick Bena oil Held The New Domain Oil Co will drill several newwells lUijme of the Trusts The Chicago Tribune remarks thai the Iron trust may go to pot the glass trust go to smash the ink trust be a smudgy blot the meat trust turn to hash the biscuit trust may wail for dough the fish trust lose Itsbait Ihe Ice trdsC is contented hough ii bieisitwilL I = sy CHIVALRY AMONG SAVAGES Many barbarians are xeee9imigih1v- alrotis toward women The FIJIans go to extremes They art so deferential and polite to their women folk that they let the latter rule the roost entirely A womans word Is apt to he law In the Fiji islands The Maorles of New Zealand always treat women with the greatest deference and respect so much 10 that the earl of Ranfurly once called them the truest gentlemen oh earth They will not per mit a woman to do any hard work if they can do it for herand their boys are taught fromearlle vitjat rudeness and unklndnes aq ar itrrmes only ardlce A rPan i f r H Bell recer Ji C iiResofxsivrf j ceived by r i tesy and ho ji v signed totach Uistt t t i SaiiIi mti a GRATEFULIIAPPY WOMEN Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrh Always Hall Sick are the Women Who Have Pelvic Catarrh Catarrh of any organ if allowed to progress will affect tho whole body Catarrh without nervousness is very rare but pelvic catarrh and nervousness go hand iu hand- Wlmtisso distressing siglitas a poor lialfsiclr nervous woman suffering from tho jnanyaltnostunuearablesymp tonis of pelvic catarrh 1 She does not consider herself ill enough togn totted hilt slic is far front licin aide to ilohor FAMILY BOOKKEEPING One Ilailinnil AVliv DlRCournKes 111 Better Ilhlf In Trying to Keep Acconnl Mot persons know so competent iunnefs vromen that it willnot do to tat too serioutly the popular slander that the better half of the race cannot mailer the principle of banking Slill there Ia arcs a kind good enough to stand with apologies and a recent one from the Chicago I ott not be taken amisIMy account book ehe aid showed that I had right collarsand fifteen dents more than I really did have o felt at liberty to spend the excess Butt titer want tiny exccas 1epre tented ThebookIfyou didnt have the money he urged it shortageCertainly she returned It wse right there on the book eight and- lilleen cent more than I had and wlrctjjfce balance was 50 much biucer than be moneyJfyour purje than the book thawed be suggested what then 1 filiotiM have spent it she ansaered 1itlter way its all the caine Now he is trvip to get her to give up t I l15S sht e f it lOot iiieil tee cony t Xt Vbat kiiiu oiamiiie f era tiinctf The aTtat blandly and with a iourteon bon r Iliffor I rifrer your inquiry will y j y inform me what of a key you are it tell Ins uf too aie a mnonkeya donkc nr a Yankee The drummer fled lit this iaySan Francisco SVaspICapable jaunty Jooking applkant or liii position of Mencgrapber and typewriter in the oflire a gentleman in lifewin tchaveShe Rave proof of her entire proficiency b knouve4hontodonLtWvomuans Three trains a day CLicago to OHfor his Oregon and Washington Chicago umon 1acilie Xortli Western Fbi is too nuich too muhaba cried pale and trcmblimr Then Ill make it SI190 raid the milliner Very well wrap StatiJournalAny one can dye with Putnam Fadtleu no experience required protcncianu MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 5 CATTLE Common 2 3 85 Heavy steers 510 6 60 CALVES Extra 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 6 25 6 30 Mixed packers 6 00 6 20 SHEEP Extra 3 15 tJ 3 25 LAMBS Extra 5 65 5 75 FLOUR Spring pat 4 50 4 90 WHEAT No 2 red 0 S7- PTo 3 winter 81 CORN No 2 mixed 53 OATS No 2 mixed 0 37 RYE No 2 61 62 HAY New timothy 12 75 PORK Clear family H JARB Steam 7 75 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 ZWtAPPLESPOTATOES Per bbl 1 85 2 00 TOBACCONew 3 iP 9 00 Old jA 5 60 3 13 00 Chicago FLOUR pat 3 75 f 3 SO WHEAT No 2 red 80 i 82 No 3 spring 80 84 CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATS No Z mixed 34 RYE No 2 55 PORK Mess 1250 1255 LARD Steam VV 8 75 8 77 New York FLOUR Win strtS 3 65 316 WHEAT No 2 red CORN No 2 mixed 49 OATS No 2 mIxed 35 RYE Western tip PORK Family 17 50 1775 LARD Steam 1850 9J0 Baltici WHEATrNo 27 HORN No i 7 a r i r a Thank Peruna for Tholr Recovery After Years of Suffering 4Miss Muriel Armitairc SO Green wood Ave Detroit Alicli District Organizer of time Royal Templars of J Temperance in arecent letter says f 1 think that a woman naturally 4 shrinks from making her troubles public but restored health lias meant sornuclitometlaatlfeclIurtliesakeof duty to tell what Pcruua has doue 4 brine11 stifvre for fivo years with uterine irregularitifswliich brought on hysteria uud made me physical wreck 1 tried doctors train the dif ferent schools cf inedicine but wills out any perceptible change in condition lntnydcspairlcalledon an old nurse who advised roe to try Feruii a and promised jyoexl results if Iwquld persist pnd 44tthought was the least I could do and procured bottle I knew as soon as 1 began taking it that it was t affecting inc from thing I haduset1teforcatutlsoJkept on taking it I kfcpt this upfor aix months aud steadily gained strength Iand health aud when I had used j fifteen bottles J considered myself 5cntlrely cured I am a grateful woman today3liss Muriel ijArniitagc tl Peiuna cures catarrh of time pelvic organs with the same as it cures catarrh of the head Feruna has becomerenowned us a positirrv cure for female ailmeuts s5inplybc cause the ailments are mostly due to catarrh Catarrh is the cause of ar tIme trouble Per na cures the ca tarrh The symptoms disappear York without the greatest exhaustion ThU is a very common sight and is almost always due to pelvic catarrh It is worse than foolish for so many women to suffer year afteiyear with a disease thatrcau bo permanently cured- Icrunacurescatarrhpermanentlv It eurcsolel chronic cases as vellasasl5ght attack time only differences being in the length of time that ilshould be taken to effect a cure If you do notderive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Ieruna write at once to Dr Ilartman giving a full statement of your case he be pleased lo give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr ilnrttnan President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio wuL DOUGLAS 3iS 3 SHOES E3E You eta save from S3 to 5 yearly ty wearingW LDQUgIU36O They equal those that cost 5 you from 5400 I S5CQ Tho 1m memo sale pi V7 LuiDouglas enoes proves j their superiority over all other makf Sold retail shoo I JpriceThat onlt n Cor iOaaC01t Proves there f ralue la Doatla thimi corona Iv the highest ixOt at any price Shoes kr Mill S3 rents isles IllustratedCatalog free IT L BOfCLXH Bnxklon Bui BROMO k 1FLs Iaclies I I stWHERE II raiCtarc soil p- inadeInt tifactory In TkcUNjNMETuBflhCC oerd1cr Big our Rowte to C lifornia i Colorado Texas 1Ia St Louis WARREN J LYNCS wp DVpg GenlPUTicketAgt AtstQtuJlTLCIS- CZSNLTI O iJI ii LIVE STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS E1etrotypes IN GREAT VARIETY AT TUTI 1PRiCES B West iiitii Street Ciactnn ClI 1Snsiaxio T actAliDrmNQ 1 laD lIt ITS C0LUM1 3 t e 5UOVLi K53TUPOlCiLYl5O i1W1IATTUET4aY0lt1taFVSlXO I tiiLI 8UDttTiTt7T oa unraviolL k t a t lSPOT I AfrI tit 5 Sta t 4 4 a eui St t i a a 4 iII thrirOUTLOOk PuiiLlSHlNb CO WINGSV1Lt KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ji5fl Address all communications to Tnx OUTLOOK PunusuiNG Co or to OwIngvI1teqKyIl ft Subscribers desiring change of iaddresa should always give previous I Address when writing- Correopondents4 when out of sta ionery ehould mention fact on it separate slip of paper I THURSDAY SEPT 10 1803 1 i ANNOUNCEMENT For State Sonator v VPe are AUthoriccd to annu nco Ww B Whitt of Carter county a i candidate Democratic nominee tor the Senate from this district at the November election 1003 0 We sri authoriccd to announce 1Satba Bllrrott of Carter county t candidate Republican nominee k for the Senate from this district et the November election 1903 A ricnsoN can now cull for oye tore in ae tirttrahtfiritliout im t pairing his social standing TUB Panama Canal proJoot is iS xlaad Senator Morgan contem 4 1 plate the corpse with dry eyes and- i an audible chuckle t i l ExrLOBBR PCAKY is going to make another dash for the North tS 2 Pore It nill likely be it blnnkety y jdunwhen he gets back I Tin dancing mastorsusEoclntion ibai decided that tho twostep I dance tuust go It will go on as 1on as it Is fashionable and no longer 4 Wnm Peary reaches tho North Pole on his next dash ho will know no north no east no wcstbut only t south It may be worth the tripr 4ohin j IT Blight be supposed from the Deadlines of Beckbama speech that THE OUTLOOK ia for him but it is not by a large majority Kellogg edited those headlines IFao the dispatches Macedonia must be about depopulated StillI a they say that neck of woods under rOUoman dominion produces theI d molt liars in the world t q j BELKKAF will open his campaign I next Saturday at Munfordeville openbiscoursq tho Democrats wouldnt spend money to corrupt voters because raid voters lire already corrupted IS Tax Lexington Herald is sup porting the DemocraticState ticket but the tone of its editorials is eon y- eUiet with those published during i ita to the Democratic organization Such a coT-k comprehensible t a jarty Ban It 1 Jaiittf the Danville 111 li attempted to take a s i jail and lynch him were t + dfoundRuiltyTwo WOoI r This result is t Jrlncludeds T remark i foOcA a raob has suWci t 1 o tGenorally of public senti l- t f 4st1 to eicape punlshaaent 1 III rA Arrxa demonstrating in every r race Balled or started that the was cupIwdefeader Reliance defeated the Ij t BritUb challenger Shamiock IUI fi if lnthe third and final race on last c The United States thus 4retIrlthe yachting tupreaiacy qf t t anhonnrbeld for over 2 half a century eswift i vewwl that takes the Queans Cup t from this country but it is only a question of tien when it will hap t ii peaa Herreehoff the boatbuild rlS ing genluc must sooner or later i the scene jAli irec iaw NCE l J4 ForgeHill o 6 Another nice shower of rain fell i 4iere Saturday afternoon rtr which eeema thankful 4 Tzlc1 Charlie Myers RndI Jt CAYlrperton j and Sherly of 1i L Sunday with tbl1 f W Williams 7 tJ A ww WHliaBi sold to Omar j Wjlwfi twenty head of 150 Ib hogs t t Itrpound J M Moore sold ii 4 te Hear EwlnR 8 head at4fc ifffi s 2 i t k Sherburhe Delayedsii 1i dAYs in f st Leslacto tat week f MlfsLutio Hoon baa returned to JI 8 her Mhoblat Sharpsburg t J T JIaugnerty was in Louis Z 7 Till naveral days last week on bus f tIi Ie tj Jjlirtt zr wiI Daily of neat MArionInd1 1J IvIIuig the bedside pf his sick t ij lcTJs 1ltherb 1 r 4 S4 Qurfu are all INproring wi I St tthe sietJoR of UenryDn tI f jll lI Isitill very lowy PI IJtH i 4 1D4 JJoErJLandlitdtrijt t 1y 9 lhe F 1I of Ash f1tit v rf f I 4 t1 4 l 1 c VfJro I lf1 I l f7 71IL ttt ti11 J j irtr t iI 7 I I 1 f f1 r- f c i i t 1 1 t I Yt1J7Jlfji kl p l 241 Z o i 1f4t1tf li it II I4t 0 r St S r v Sj i v os Ijorn September Othj id Joe Sat terfield und wife naughter y II N Rankin bought 14 mulo colts Thursday und shipped lien to Puris Peed Lathrnm shipped t wo carloads of cattlo to Cincinnati Saturday Jeff Suttcrfield of Missouri is visiting his undo Harvey Suttcr field hero John Dawson nnd Jim Clark shipped l vo cnrlouds of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Wilson a Hendrix shipped n cur load of bogs und carload of cut tie to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Tom Sattcrfield and son of Suit Lick are visiting relatives here and nt Chestnut Grove Willie Crockett wifo nnd little daughter vibitcd relatives nt Mt Sterling from Saturday until Sun day Miss Kittio Lane of Stopstono und Miss Bryan fMt Sterling visited Miss Ethel Barnes lost week fMrs Vincent Wyatt and Mrs Howards Mill visited the family of Tom Hurtgrovo ono day lust week Omar Wilson bought of Pet 0 Hart lust week four heifers ut 2i per pound nnd four of Sum Jack son at same price Upper Prickly Ash Charles Harper was at Stepstono on business one day last week lieu Daniel harper was in Mt Sterling ono day last week on business R L Stone was the guest of E S Hamilton on Roes Run ono night last week Alta and Edn Chandler who have been very poorly with diph theria are both better E S Hamilton and wife of Run wore guests of Mrs Jennie Hamilton and family Sunday Almanza Stono nnd wife W W Case wife and son Harmon visited relatives in Fleming county last weekMiss Walter Mao Ratliff closed her school last week at Harpers schoolhouse for several days account of diphtheria Mrs Frances Hamilton nnd daughter Mrs Emma Stono return ed Monday from Harrison county where they had been visiting f several weeks Elder Amos Kendall of Menifee Co and Bro Pressley Kendall of Nicholas Cot vjsited H A Lytor und wife and Mrs Jennie Hamil ton last week Moores Forry Win Razor Jr is threatened with fever There is a good deal of sickness in this vicinity Richard Vunlnndingham has boon very low with malarial fever Mrs CarrieRazor nndMrsAman 1 i urch is fywill ho ready sSVwIca Inc fourth Sunday in this mouth There is a protracted meeting going on at Htdricks schoolhouse conducted by Brother Ross of Ow ingsville We had a nice rain hero Saturday evening which was needed Too late for corn there wilt not liemoro than half a crop of corn D C Flood had his solo Saturday Everything sold low Mr Flood is going to Tennessee Vc are sorry to lose Mr Flood as is a good citizen The Moore Ferry and Slate Val hey baseball clubs played hero Saturday The Moores Ferrys made 23 to Slate Valleys 11 Hurrah for Moores Ferry They are hustlers Olympia Miss Effie S warts starts to Midway to school Monday- P N Moore of St Louis washer one day last week Miss May Hemphili started for her home at Rcynoldsville Sunday D M Rodgerp of Cruiga sat the guest of his laughter here Sunday Miss Pearl Landrum of Salt Lick visited friends here Friday and Saturday Mrs Kate Costigin and eon Her bill visited Milt Steele and wife Thursday and Friday Mrs Lennie Bohannon of Roes Bun visited her sister Amanda wads hire Sunday Mrs Harry itch and MiasSTabcl Beagle visited friends at Mooro Ferry Friday and Saturday Miffs Minnie Ballard of MtSter ling and Mr Densmore visited her mother hero Saturday and Sunday The Olympia second bnsoball team defeated the Mud Lick team Sunday Both sides did awful bad playingGeorge A Joplin sonGeorge and Dr Howard Van Antwerp of Mt Sterling spent several days with Mr and Mrs D R Bishop 4 verberGand her two 0 t ow to 4 h1i ior 1 14 s Sf l ifr= t 1fltto j t JlJj fiv 1f f rt 1 i9t t ijlii r B1 J t Z F tflr X a I a a 2 t SprlnKfloIdJ lrY James Spratt after n weeks ill ness is up oguin Wnllcr Boyd visited His mother ut Judy SmidujT Mrs A n iiii Gopselt is visiting rtlativcB at Qraesy Lick Mr and Mrs O B Spratt were visitors at J B SprattB Sunday Miss Nell Boyd of Mt Sterling spent the pnst week with Miss Lidn SmnthersIMrs L A Smathers and Nell Boyd were guests of Mrs Ku tic lloyd Thursday t Mrs Kutio Boyd and Misses Nd Boyd and Lidn Smnthcrs visited Mrs Sarah Spratt Friday Mrs L A Smothers sold nine teen slioata tit Will Mallory at 4jc und flve shouts to Tom McClain at 6c Friday- Misses Nell oydundLidnSmnlh ers visited Mrs Mark Ferguson a Judy Saturday night and attended the icecream supper at Somerset Grange City Lena Cutwright on the sick list Johnnie Rico was ut Salt Lick Sunday James Bradley came in from II linois lust week oSevernl from here attended the reunion nt Farmvilio Taylor Bradley and wife came in from Illinois last week Mrs L S Rutlilf has been quit sick for the past few days Silas Williams of Pleasant Vul ley visited friends Sunday Misses Lcona Lucie and Lizzie Phelps visited at Tilton Sunday Miss Minnie Walton left Satur day for Lexington to engage it millinery work Wm Colliver wife nnd daugh ter Audrio Marie visited Alf Vice Band family in Bath county Miss Hallic Williams of Pleas ant Valley visited Miss Ella New man from Friday until Sunday Misses Della Davis of Sunset I and Anna Davit of Hillsboro vis SuLurdyI toIat Saturday after an extended visit to friend and relatives Mrs Frank Hawes and children famrof Hills boro visited at R R Waltons Thursday Dillard Hopkins and Miss Minnie Stnoot came Thursday from Illinois to seo the formers mother Mrs M J Hopkins who is very poorly and was taken to the hospital iii Cincinnati Saturday Licking Union M P Williams and wife went Salt Lick last Wednesday shopping Will Dickerson and wife of Snit Lick attended church hero Inst Sunday i i c Iggjwes the Presiding Cue Ashland district held ic 4th and last quarterly meeting for this Conference year at the M E Church lust Saturday and Sun day Delayed Sister Anna Ha rrod closed he series of meetings Sunday night Aug 30th There was a collection Shele a good number of converts was added to tIre church + The llmonthsold daughter of James Thomas and wifo dl drbrain fover Saturday Aug 29th thottncrnlIy at the M E Church A large crovtd attended the funeral The remains were buried at the Alfrey graveyard to await the resurrection morn It is u hard matter for R father and mother to give up their child God does all things wet and for the best Sometimes Wt cant think so I would say to the heartbroken parents to not weep for your child it is in better hands Perhaps Godtook the child to cause them to lead a better life The Lord giveth and the Lord takcth blessed be the name of the Lord Weep not for tho child rather re joice because it is out of this troublesome world Sharpsburer T F Triplett of Mt Sterling was here Saturday on business Miss Ida Wren of Judy is via itlng Miss Lizzie Brown this week S T Howard and James Hickey toOwlngsvlliofhursday Misses Ida Wren of Judy and Lizzie Brown were guests of Miss Lena Howard Thursday Misses Lena Howard and Lizzie Triplett were visitors at Dr Mc News at Carlisle Tuesday ofCyntbianaafter s here returned homo Tuesday Miss Daisy Scott began schoo last Monday at the Gudgoll Hill schoolhouse with 15 scholars c Versailles Stars and our homo nine crossed bats Saturday at Barnes pork result draw game poorlyfIr tli game SaturS y t 1ifYi 7 i Methodist ii r tii anxious rto y t t J wilj jioJ il bPdi rAt y J 1t J ia Uncle Jake Trurnbprffil wife of Mt Sterling pseddn WcdnesT day toviekrelutheef and friends lit Died Friday night at 11 oclock three miles west of town ofCOli sumption Mrs JuuioBDnle i burinlI at the Wilson graveyard- Mrs S E Orcar of MtSterllrig- rafter n weeks visit to relatives here returned homo Tuesdync companied by hor mother Mrs So rub A Triplett iMisses Lizzfo Triplett Hattie und Triplett Leiui and Lida Howard and Howard Triplett visit ed Miss Lizzie Hopkins at Littlo until3londayIDied Sunday morning ut th residence of his nephew James Hiokey one mile east of townJobn IIIckfYof erysipelas Undo John nie as he was familiarly culled was a native of Ireland nnd was about 82 years old Burial ut Mt Stet ling Slepstone Wither Lowry left Monday to at tend the street fair at Winchester W T Ragnn of Rothwell wus here visiting relatives a few days last week John Wilson and wife of near Mt Sterling were hero visiting Ills fntherinlaw Sunday W L Stout and family nndJohn nnd bride spent Tuesday last with John Wilson and wife We need rain very badly corn aboutDdead very scarce Grant North of Salt Luck was hero Wednesday last visiting his brotherinlaw Isaac Karrick and family Thesalb here last Friday of Rev J B Grecnwudes was wellattend Ied and everything brought good prices J D Alexander Wm Carmich acl und B F Myers attended the Democratic rally at Winchester Saturday John M Stout and bride of Duf field Vn are here spending their honeymoon with his father W L Stout and family and other rein tives John is still the same old boy We extend to him and his our wishes for everlasting happi ness in this as well us tho next world Thore wuatf rabid dog passed through this neighborhood lust week and bit Mrs Maggie Hamil ton as she was going to the well after water in tho thigh bit a horse of John T Kincaids and a lot of dogs and other stock He was finally headed otT and killed two days later on the Forgo farm Mrs Maggie Hamilton was taken to the mndstone at Olympia antI it- t stuck for 12 hotiro so we hopo she is entirely out of danger Nothing has been done for the horse yet but several of tho bitten dogs haws Iblcn killed Slate Valley My items failed to reach the of lice lust week Chri lit 4 TUTS Elizabeth Vclln of Roes Run is spending tho weekv the guest of her niece Mrs Butler Toy babyHermanj of the family of Sam Shultz Wed nesday J rlUrs Charles Warren and daugh ter Maud of Ashland visited the formers mother Mrs Laura Kush the post week Miss Aimer Toy and little broth er Johnnie visited their cousins Robert Wells And wife on Roes Run Saturday Jack Garrett and daughter Mil dred of Stopntone were guests of tho formers sister Mrs Martin Junes Saturday Mrs Peter Hart and children of near Preston wore guests of Mrs Harts parents Martin Jones and wife Saturday John K Jones and wife visited Ithlfamlly of their son I3uddio Jones near Sbarpsburg several days the past week aJQbn Carmichael and family of Louisville yore guests of their un cle and aunt Mr and Mrs George Gamer Monday night Mrs Jack Toy nearWyoming nd Mrs Harvey Saunders of near Bethel were guests oftl1o family of Sum Shultz last week Misa Era Warren and brothers of SatLick were guests of their uncle nnd aunt Mr and Mrs Gar nor soyeral days the past week Rov Anderson of this MethcXliet Church taptizedat the ford of Slate Creek on the fourth Sunday evening in August Mrs lIar Sex ton and Misqes Attn and LilUeToy chil4renIents Andrew Cpyle and wIfefPrickly Ash S turday night arwi Sunday and report Mrs Coyle bei ter of her ailment Elder Dawson assisted by Elder Jones of Odessa will began a thspIaoeTburaday body invited It wilf bo very in teresting as Elder Don is going to ask us to lay down our creed the Christian church and takp on our selves the church of God or Christs church for there is no name given under Heaven whereby we must be saved w ASATLAWtrtSt Son t5 1Qs1Jr t P iart 1 Knob Lick J Still we ore wanting raini of The millet harvest iaoic the crop is short x alongnicelyMrs Andy Maze is visiting Tver sop Ben near Sharpsburg Wm and Bud Colliver were over from Grange City ono day lust week There Was a good ruin Saturday a short distance south and north of lucre John Yirliroiigh brought from near Sharpsburg a nice lot of fish for J M Colliver to put in pond CnptPitmin wont Sunday k his son Charles to be at tho reception of his son Bob who married a Miss Wulraesley There nre considerable melons being hauled by here but are small and not well matured on account of dry weatherlThere has been quite a number attending the medical show at Salt Lick They report a nice show nnd medicine that is good for ments to whch humanity is heirI There is still considerable fear and anxiety on account of small JEddiehas developed severe case at tho homo of his father Jasper Sorroll at Hillsboro From present conditions we art bound to admit as a fact what the immortal Lincoln snid to his friend Elkins in Illinois in 1864 YesWO nil congratulate ourselves that this war is neanng its close It has cost n vast amount of treasure and blood The best blood of the flower of American youth has been freely offered pen our country altar that the nation might Hvelt has been indeed a trying hour for the republic but I seo in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves ine and me tremble for the safety of my country As n result of the war corporations hnvn been entbron ed and un era of corruption in high places wilt follow and tho money power of the country will endeavor to its reign by working on tho nrnjadlcos of the people until at- wenith la aggregated u few hands and the republic is destroyed I feel at this moment moro anxiety for the safety of my country than ever be fore even in the midst of war God grunt that my suspicions may prove groundless u Odessa Wm Barbers children have the whoopingcoughQuite from here have been attending the burn meeting on East Fork Lewis Crump sold toD B Con averagj12Marshall Knox has diptheria a J S Andersons Juo S Ilit o quite poorly with rheumatism Miss Mary Vice his typhoid fe ver nt Goo SncdegaTfi where eli has been living She in Jus Vices daughter Miss Oddie L Pmrpra is quite tick with gull stoneS nnd pleurisy Her uncle W Jones i a teuching rUIher this week I tG D Doe Gudgell und wifu huve heed on u vis it tu Mr tint Mr A Ikinsoi at Stniiton jab fk andffr Inday tiiicuii sy T Jones of Huntington nuide n flvlng visit here as guest lof his mother Mrs Kate Whoatley arrived Saturday afternoon and loft for Huntington early Monday morning fbhns Cudgel returned last week yCrom Ashland whore he hud been to accompany homo his little niece und nephew Grade and Arthur Purvis who had beon the guests oXelatives here for several wueke The Slute Valley baseball nine defeated the home nine again hero last week and tbo home boys do tented the BnldEuglo nineSnturduy one score closing at fiveinnings at the hitters grounds The Wyom ing kid nine lost Saturday one score in favor of homo kids They play again here next Saturday morning beginning at 8 oclock Mrs Lucy Burris nee Corbin and little son Frank of Drexel Mo1 arrived here last week fora thirtydays visit with her mother Mrs Lou Ann Stephens and other relatives here this being her first visit here since she left with her father Wm Corbins family 30 years ugo Her many friends hero who are all that ever knew her aro delighted to see her and receive her as their guest once more Stoops tpImproveMrs Harrison Kohn is able to be out again Grass is beginning to green up in this VicinityIHarvey James of Grayson is visiting friends here John H Tnulbee of Frankfort is with relatives here The man who butts against fate surely has a hard head Mrs Sarah A Taul has been quite sick for the past week Jackson McCarty of Salt LickI was in this vicinity last weekf Forrest Waldeck has gone to Cincinnati to accept a position The love that pays most in dott lars is the love of ones occupation Thoa Roberson is ahead in toI baccohousing He will finish this week jtheSundayeCoburn Hamilton of Prickly Ash Is with bisbrolberjnJnWj AL JrediIQre k tjiSlj iti r Mrs JaR Gillufpie was the guest Mrs John Steele near Judy Wednesday Henry L Jones of this place isf ono ef Montgomery countys elec tion Commissioners u Hugh Ryan and Lee Trimble of Mt Sterling wero the guests of ro lutives hero Sunday E L Fnssett and family vero t the guests of relatives near Bethel Saturday and Sunday D L Goodan and wife were the guests of JTE Williams and wife ut Flat Creek Sunday Master Hollie Gillnapio was the guest of his undo Henry Giliappie ut Wades Mill last week Miss Mattie Morgan has returned home to North Middlctowu after a visit to relatives hdre Emmett Coons A Wand Frank Byrd attended tho Democratic rally at Winchester Saturday J T Lane and family visited re latives nt Washington Mason county from Saturday until Monday J Ai Mallory and wife visited the formers parents Stewart Mal lory andwife at Mt Sterling Fri dayA fairsized crowd attended the icecream supper at Somerset Saturday night The proceeds amounted to about 32 The Louisville baseball team has crowded the M ill waukoeBrew ors into third and the sup eriority of bourbSover lager is more firmly established Tho old men will play tho Stoops baseball team hero Satur day afternoon UncleHook War- Sner tbo old mena pitcher I throwing rocks at gate posts for practice 5 After listening to the Tillman Burton debate u wicked Missour man was converted to tho cause o f Christianity And yet there ar some people who declare i that the world is growing worse Savoyards Letter Louisville Post Washington Aug 31This i the era of guftOf course all o us good Democrats fondly believe that there is nothing but graft in Pennsylvania but how about Ken tuoky Gov lieckhum says thenc are grafters there and where two or three grafters are gathered together graft will bo found round about Did not Mr Henry Wntttr son say You could not get a Democratic nomination in Ken tucky unless you bought and do played the machine That is only another way of saying it Grafters are professional politicians and tthey prey on corporations They fell lugUIation and steal elections The dicluto iiiiini mliini and own JWln h 11lUdn 1900 the Kentucky Ditunurucy hud eiior uious cunipnign fiinls Where dii they get thu twag In New lurk It was blackmail levied on corpor ntiona doing business in Kentucky Jin 1890 the Louisville J Nashville JmilroRl1 refused to bo bliickmuiled reinomber how it was threat cued from ono end of tiia State ii i the other The grafters would soon go out of business if every corpor ation would du us the L N did in 1809Soructim a grafters layan enc Imrgu on legislation Lot us sup 8PUi10 n case There is the StLll- uiFq itin If there Ia itit r n1u iuuiIlit uiniaiijJ iridiisnul und sentimeutul reasons for being hiind somely represented ntSt Louis next year it is the Stute of Ken tucky Louisville is especially interested The President of the St Louis Exposijiqn is n KentuckiuD and a Democrat He wont tu Frankfort to urge an appropriation Ho is a very rich man und the exposition bas a heap of money He talked with tho grafters He got no appropriation Is it too much to believe thut ho failed be cause he refused to pay tho blackmail of the grafters But your grafter is a man of the people His heart bleeds for them What savage speeches he makes against the trusts that he black mails every political campaign and every legislative session How patriotic ho is Indeed his patriot lam is so fervent and so abundant that it exudes from every pore until you could scrape it off with a chip He is always for the party He is always rogularHo will buy an election if he can or ho will steal it if ho must He is honest in a way for he actually believes that the end of party success justifies the most dishonorable means He actually be lieves that it Is criminal for n mar of his own party to disagree with any of his thoughts or his mot hod P The great difficulty with him is that he is oven a bigger fool than he is u knave and that is impoesi ble There can be no good government without honest elections If the ballot box is foul everything else is corrupt In Kentucky u foul ballotbox was made obligatory by law The Republican ma jorities in certain counties were too big It was resolved to nullify them and thus the Goebel election law was born into the pandemon- Ium of misrule The Democratic party embraced and adopted it and joyfully entered into the business of government by fraud fbey resolved to come to Louisville with many votes AS tho Republicans and came with about 1500 more They foreordained majority oi changedhecincts n order to steal the election knavery generally overleaps itself The people were enraged They rose in their might and car ied the city and by enough ma onity to elect tlv ReublicanStute Hud tho miscreants dream d of such n thing as that they would have como to Louisville with 1500itt l c I tt0rlC i li A rnr Anybody whtlI IDlikJhgurus and add them could have dUll it But the Republicans were clod il and got the ofllees Then the grafters set about what they called thcnflte1robbery The State was In turmoil Civil liberty was outraged m Disorder reigned at Frankfort a Bullies were there from sill quar l ers to see that the stealing of the State was well done The Demo entitle organization of Kentucky would liars died then and there nnd been forever damned when a poor miserable pervert nssussinat en Senator Goebel From defend unts the Democrats instantly become accusers They were on the offensive Thny have done n thou sand outrageous things since nnd nIohlticstics commanded pardons Cal houn was given a fee for collect inga debt that was ready to pny itself Thq Frankfort machine ruled the State Tho Louisville machine ruled tIre Franktort moc chIno Aaron Kohn had more pow er than James Gutbrio over had Percy Haley exertc moro influence than John C Brcckinrfdgo ercrI did Tho grafter wa in the snd die He blackmaiK usts BndI disposed of nominntit I rd the majorities elect boards should return A lot of eelfconfcsctu aurderI cs and perjurers are it Cio Demo cratic train Where wWk stroll ing barber Weaverbe if hiEn j jury trail been for unatesiIagainst Powers In tiary He got oil with n little of bond and you can just bet you bottom dollat that Democratic money satisfied that bond if it has been satisfied And thUs Youtsey Democracy Co run things in old Kentucky Just before every elec Lion the bloody shirt has to be wav cd and the man who murdered Goobel is put through his grand- e performance of pulling Democratic chestnuts out of the fire Is this thing to continue That is for the Republicans of Kentucky to answer If the Republicans will just bury their faction fights for seventy days arid come up to the help and rescue of our grand old theris fullof disgusted Democrats It is a rnther brave Democrat withft fourteenear old daughter who can vote for Cripps Beckham and then go home and look thut dnugh tcr in the eye The woods may be full of Joe Ruleighs And 11CJay be in the timber to beat the preci ous gang that has Kentucky by the throat even If the Republican S should be wanting in duty as to forget they are Kentuckians and resolve to bo factionists Cannot the Republican pnrty of Kentucky resolve to give one dus y Nnvciiitier 3 to the old Common Wftilllt Wo thull ie The returns will thiw Will they Join with Yiiut scj to cnntinuo lire jiruftersin pow- tri The returns will t how SAVOYARD InareAssumptionofArrogance Lexington Herald Tho statement of Mr Brjan re priumnding but pardoning Mr Clarke of Ohio stud pcrtuitting the faithful to vote for him is me of tho most peculiar loeiunciits in the political history of America und EO far aa we eats recull is ab tiuiilutelyli vrl y emi ttiii JK Mt its linconscidus air o r priroitoy its assumption of supreme power and its calm issual of sover eign pardon with the rensons mov lug the pontiff to this act of clem enoy give it a prominence and isc lation that will attract wjdc nttenI lion lIe gravely declares approval of tire selection of Mr Clarke but extends graciously to the convention to Tom Johnson und to Clarke hia benign clemency anti with expressions of censu for the former misbehavior of Clarke and his kindly belief that when Clarke has more sense and wider information when be gives more thoughtful study to the more acuto phases oftlie money ques tionuwhen he moro thoroughly understands the subject he wjll see the oman of his past and sub wit himself to the teachings and the tenets of the soverign Pontiff the reigning Grand Llamaantagrants him therefore advises his followers to support him as against the Repub lican leader M Hanna He nls9 expressily avows that this recalcrit ant but halfpenitent Democrat is better than a Republican Mr Bryan In 1896 and bis mis guided followers those whobe lieved in the free silver plank of that wondrous platformheld that the free and independent coinage of silver was absolutely necessary to prevent disaster and ruin He avowed tho without this the con traction would continue indefinite lyand the money sharks would control the money in circulation The sound money men predicted that if this raid on sound money was defeated confidence would bq restored credit would be ample tandtry and that wJh abundance of gold as the basis of credit as the foundation on which all forms pf circulating media rested arid as the ready and immediate means of rer dtmption the circulating per cap ita would increase the boarded gold voulat once emerge from the hiding place gold from abroad would return and tho no boessityuse would create search for new sources of supply stud the world s had in its bosom vast supplies oCr gold which would be found They also predicted thatltrst us soon na this menace to till honest dealing o nil stable commerce and trt the fair reword of labor was forever removed trade and business would g revive commerce would again be active fo trleltwluhloJlen fur a nnces bo country ncr iTpruicpi f iprcidjitcd perJoeJ t2 j 1 i ij r- a 4 4 pSt optllFpcriynd welthb17 g4 Tile dire piidictlons 4IJMI r J allies 0fte c lffrercde eiund ruoney advocates W fulfilled II lid yot Jri this I enlo Mr Bryan complacently vows that Isle arguments have eon vindicated It is however J most blessed factthat whatever may have happened to his iargu j merits he and his policy were ov erwhelmingly defeated and the bat tie of tire standards won for this generation fur honest inonejiL stable commerce A Crucial Que6 lonCoLexington Herald As wo read the names of the rLouisvIllesense of sadness ana rsonul and 110liuealluss F uri4ho noml nces were Democrutquind any party pOllsessingeuch mesp indeed forj tunute Henry L Sie was the ordinance sergeant of the Nintli Kentucky cavalry C Sit a bniveyO dutiful deserving soldier he was i our aSsociate in the legal depart ruent of the E L B S R R Co 1 when he resided in Bath and Mont j HenryStoneaad Alfred Seligmnn deliboratelyjfj hie the of their r tlijdeanestassociates j jhdorConsider to anxiously try to as Certain the cause and if possiblj rocdy the evils complained of T i so are not office seekers art wiiiiing sacrifices in consentiBgl tomaki the race they are t politieal a ndicants paupers eeefc lag alms it Ui form of office andj its emoIUmint therno policy honorable alike to aft Hkties oat which these men und met ike unto them and Democrats who adhere to the regular organization can agree Must such men be porn tfiliy lost to lie national 1eioratt 7 and be permanently hostile to the State Democratic party These are not carpetbaggers these are not scalawugslIicyre Xon tuck ians of Kentuckiuns ko the man ner bornbeirs of tienoblesl Kentucky traditions and 99Kentucky deeds and loving Xe tueky with full hearts they haTe served her faithfully und lovingly Every thoughtful intelligent Dew ocrat parts with them with regret without abupc and with an earnest hope thht in the not remote future they may see their way clear to re unite with the party of tfteir young er manhood the patty of their convictions and once of theirtovrC Scattered through Kentucky are many of whom these Tour are types Men who belonged to Detn iHTHtic fntnilies whowero rearedv educated trained as Democrats r who coneetentinusly voted the regi ulur ticket anti earnestly fought for f the nsccndrtiicy of the party ofH shorn tradition which WHS nlco the party of thfir huipes but rln were i driven by Ihfir sense cfi r ofIhonor and pit ttiiiti in ti r in sup port to tire nominee 1 nitTryrnia nf vnrimis Demor jnventioT43 und who have rtr s fllitill irn fuse to gupiort 1J5i annum see of thirae rsny1usis partici 4hated in Republican pritunrie haireue jetrairied from partlci putinn in nny partly tprimiry These sliest want goodgT iimktIbe due ailiiiiniPtru iitkO Tuw impitr tushnestjurie8hiThesI A v3 Uri infTd honestly mmpnn- eleluIidfrndjantygovernmenl jnrhupsVn vo all nindaa the f dution upon which nit else is L uiSi they want honest elections und the hnnei t declnrution nf and uaquas tinning obedience to the vote us cast And this is tile creed the boast the duty of the Democratic party why then can not these men be won to the party to which dutyJends men desire This is the crucial question today nfkedby many in the privacy of their own homes or in the still moro sacred privacy of their own minds Who will answer this question And what will the answer be 1QOOO iYEN 1A TIlE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A QgHT DISTRIBlTION TOUS- CRIBERS in 1891 2 the CourierJournal of Louisville Ky inuugdrulcd and carried to n successful issue the first grout estimating contest ever conducted bya newspaper This contest was based on the PrePideiv tinl election of 1892 and 14400 was distributed to CourierJournal t readers In response to numerous request tire Courier Jjurnal has decided ttr inaugurate another similar contest based on the total vote1 cast for all candidates fur Governor of Ken tucky in the election November 3 1903 Ten thpusanJS dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will be given away to successful estimn ars There will bo single gifts of 3QQO 2000 iOOO fSOO 300 200 flO 100 00 und 30 antI 1670 gifts of 10 each In addition there will bo gifts of 500 300 nnd G21O for the best estimates re ceived befpre August 1 before September 4 ti npd before October 1 The objeo pf this profitsharing Ijberalityon the part of the Couji er to secure new ejjbsertK ersfo tbo Daily and Weekly iurier4curnuil Ery er8on ubscribthg for lue Weekly Jviul ierJo rnal Qrreyenlaendiug one dollar with the aubscniption1is en titled tu two gupssop or estiPiatee Every person subscribing fot the Daily Caurier Journal for month 60cents js entitled to uess one your 600 tw guesses Renewals count tires new 8ubscriber Write ta CourierJournal Company ffjV ftjll J f UcAjlaf s an J feJ c 5ri