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OtarThe very 1,8 7 'latest In fancy stationPOBtefflce r M . ; p "" "J 23",jVJ f w,' - v e r- -r MaMMMMMIil The protracted meeting at the BapMr. T. A. Cook, President of the tist' Church at Mt. Ollvet resulted la Sousley Grocery Company of Lexing-ten- j ten additions. lias purchased a handsemo Never has our stock been se large, at that place for fl,000. Mr. Cook was formerly of Fleming county. never has our stock been as cemplete: with goods that go te make handsemo bridal presents. We will make a speelal ' THAT JOYPUIi FKKLINO With the exhilarating sense of renewed offer of 20 per cent, off of every article health and strcnerth iinrt lnfprnnl rlpnnll. In stock rather than move the goods. which fellows the of CENT, ness, is miKiiuwn 10 me usewne Syrup of nave net Mdrpjiv, the Jeweler. iew rosi-denc- '.3HT .""1 PUBLIC JDAXL Y PVBLIO LEDOER-U- tt. E ? daiw 1r r ary &! at Ray's. Drtrgstere, Blue Stene at Cheneweth's. 1 ,1 JfUrsraZJS WEEk'tY REPUBLIOAlT-lSa- 7. 9KiJK3bCMHVHMHBV w' LEDGER 13, 1900. o MEPUBLXCAK. MAYSVILLE, ICY., SATURDAY, OCTOBER PRICE ONE .fl f . i 1 , 1 i' J? , M All the latest Novelties at Hoefllch's. Blue Stone at Chenewoth's. B.ewllng' Green people will take a Miss Lqena Cobb has accopted a posiroligleus census next Saturday. Expected Here Darter tbe tion at Wesbltt fe Ce.'s. Fliat May v ' Nest Thlriy-elHeur. The handBome West Third street The Choeapenke and Ohld will this month 'place Ah Order 'for 000 steel. ears. rodldenco of Mrs. Themas Weils is being SVff LEDGER CODE. Fer the Jrs week. In September the painted. White streamer pa in; P.rpf. J, q. Hathway of the State Nerearnings bt the p. and O. (ncrpascd i?fu rain or snow mal Schoel, formerly of this city, will Ill $37,000. Stack waiiubb grew. Slack liRNUATit-cL'twill be; tne Joint Teachers Institute of Mr. James Murry and Miss Edna conduct K Blaek't netsbbwn no change we'll see. Clark and Montgomery counties, Miller married Wednesday at Mt. which convenes a period et are made atete Monday at Mt. Sterending tomorrow eve Ollvet. !Arytx Aeurt, fertcatltat I o'clock for wfnp. ling. Mr. Allen Gerroll has an excollent position with J, W. Fowley fc Ce. of teMasen county challenges the world meet her In horse competition. As Cincinnati, proof to dissuade any "person (hat this Jehn Merris of Bourbon county assertion is net bumcombe nor from raised, 2,500 bushels of Irish potatoes an egotistical standpoint, we point te en ten Acres of land. the record of a citizen who has eclipsed The Fall races livc begun at New any contestant se far heard from. Mr. pert and Will continue two weeks, wh n CharlesjBlggers of near Washington has been awarded thlrty-llv- e flrstpremiums the Latenla will begin. it the various Fairs held this summer When you hare no appetite, de net relish your and fall. Mr. Biggers net only knows you Anve frlendt vititing you, or if you are feed and fee dull after eating you may knew that hew te care for a horse, dovelep and you need a deso of Chamberlain's Stomach and ryelng en a vUU.pUate drop ui a note te that effect. Liver Tablets. Trice, i5 cents. BimplesfreeatJ. train It, but he sits his animal se as te move with its curves and graces. Jes. Weed Rnn'n drurtere. Colenol Craddock of Paris was in the Mrs. Geerge Strawder leaves tomorcity yosterdny. FINE REPORT. row morning for Wtlborferco te put Mrs. J. 0. Rains is home from a visit her daughter Bessie in College at Cincinnati. The Kentucky Beard of Pharmacy The Receipts of the Maysville Pest-Of- f Mr. Selby Lilloaten of Paris was in at Its meeting this week at Somcrset ice Over $13,000. olected Mr. Addison A. Dlmmltt a memaiaysvllle tills week. ber of the Examining and Inspection County Clerk Clarence L. Weed was Committees. In the total receipts of the Kentucky in Cincinnati yesterday. A shortage of $353 has been found in Posteflicos, a Maysville paper yesterday stated the receipts of the otllce In g the bustness of the Paris Posteilice and Mrs. Bortie Lloyd of Paducah Is an Inspector has been sent for te make this city the past year were $12,910. her sister, Mrs. Dollie Cemer. an investigation and And whero the This is semowhat below what the of the local ofllce shows. Mr. Jehn Cemer of Lexington was in mistake or deflcit exists. Given in quarters, the receipts wero 'the city yesterday visiting his parents. Miss Nan S. McDanlel of this city as follews: Miss Clara Schrelber of Portsmouth was married Thursday te Orvllle N. $ 3,091 35 First quarter DuBruel of Cincinnati. They will 3,20111 Second quarter is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jacob 3,003 57 Third quarter at Summorslde, Clerment county, 3,802 03 Fourth quarter whero Mr. DuBruel owns a poultry Mrs. Themas Walten of Fleming farm. $13,109 09 Total county Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. A. The Kentucky crop report shows that Should 'the receipts fall bolew $13,000 'Teup. In the Third District, which ombraces the olllce would net have as complete Miss Sephia Hutchinson and mother about all the Bluegrass region and a force as is new employed. of Cincinnati are visiting relatives in the counties as far East as Masen, is this city. per cent, grown probably ninoty-flv- e TOOK TWO GAMES. of the Burley Tobacco. Mrs. Arthur P. Outran of Dever spent yesterday with Mrs. Hannah 0. Curran An unsuccessful attempt was made te onter the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bewlinrj Last Evening The Standof East Fourth strcet. ing of the Clubs. Abble Shepard last evening. The 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. J. German have been truder hastily left the place en the ap(guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Carrell at pearance of Mr. Shepard, who heard At the Maysville Alleys last evening Manchester this week. Mm befero he had an opportunity to get there was a bowling battle between the In his work. Mrs. William McDonald and little Itupacekas and Professionals, the for.son of Chicago are in the city visiting mer club winding up with the honors. HOEFUCH'S CASH BARGAINS. Mr. McDonald's uncles. Here are the sceres: Weel Dress Goods 25j, Underwear ItupacekaB. Brussels and Weel Carpets 50?, Miss Hirdle Kosenham of Cincin- 25, 140 168 J. E. Parker 143 141 C. D. Russell nati Is visiting her parents, Colonel worth 05;. Blankets and Bugs cheap. 142 138 J. C. Kackley and Mrs. C. L. Kosenham. 167 136 O. Mathews SWELL NUPTIALS. 177 181 T. M. Itussell G. W. Lyman and wife of the county pre visiting friends and relativcs in 769 764 694 672 Themas Reicl Kackley te Wed Next the neighborhood of Mt. Sterling. Wednesday pt Indianapolis. 92 75 Mrs. Arthur F. Curran and daughter, Professionals. Miss Theodesla, left yesterday after87 116 M. C. Itussell noon te make a brief visit te relatives One of the most brilliant weddings te 149 136 W. B. Pecer 144 112 in Cincinnati. G. S. Wall be witnessed in social circles in In155 166 P. G. Smoot dianapolis this Reason will occur 159 142 Mr. and Mrs. Jehn G. Bredt and Mrs. W. M. Archdeacon 8 II. P. McClan'ahan will return today Wednesday evenlng, October 17th, at 691 672 from a four weeks trip te Philadelphia o'clock at the elegant residence of the Standing of the Clubs: bride's father, when Mr. Themas Iteid and ether points of interest In the East. p. w. L. I'.C. KackleVj, will lead te the altar Miss TiO 4 1 Rupaceka-MO Messrs. W. E. Stallcup, Allan D. Sarah Frances Atkinson, daughter of the 2 Kube.A, 510 2 All Herts Itus- - senior momber of the ilrm of the Atkin'Cele, Jehn T. Parker, J. Barbour 4 250 3 ITOteastOllllls J .aell, A. N. Huff, A- - A. Edmonds, son Saw Manufacturing Company, the Harry Tayler and O. E. Cellins iiave largest plant of its kind in the world. The Itnstlc Itubes will battle with the The wedding will be an elegant one promiscuous All Sorts Tuesday evening returned from Louisville where they attended the meeting of ihe Grand in all Its details. at 7:36. After a roceptien the bridal ceuplo Ledgo I. O. O. F. . will leave en an extonslve trip, and Preaching at the Baptist Church te- - will be at home at the Dennisen Hetol, MAYSVILLE TOBACCO FAIR. jilght. Baptism after Sunday night Indianapolis, after Docembcrlst. service. Mr. Kackley Is connectod with the Atlas Engine Works of Indianapolis, Effert te Make This Year Even Mere At the November olectjon the citiSuccessful Than Last. of Miss Margaret Iteld and Is a zens of Danville will vete a preposi- Kackley, brother the famous singer. tion te issue 25,000 bends for a sewer Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Itussell, the latter system. a sister of the groom, and Mr. Jehn C. Kackley, a brethor, will leave Tuesday LADIES' DAY WEDtEDAY. next te attend the weddlng. On October 17th special display of Mr. Itussell and Mr. Kackley will retrimmed hats, also new line of, turn Thursday, but Mrs. Itussell will Hats and fancy veiling, at visit friends at Indianapolis a few days Mns. M. Arohdkacen'b, and will later go to Flndlay, O., te visit Mrs. F. S. Andrews, Third and Market street. Iflaysville idaathsr. x be Beautiful Silks for Waists at Hoe- and the cheap substitutes bv me times offered but never accepted the fllch's. Buv the genuine. 'Manufactured d' tne uanrernia Fig Byrup Ce. Mr. Allan D. Cole will speak at Greenup October 22d and at Merohead ' October 26th. d. progressed beyond the old-tim- e medicines HOTICE. 18 for 10, shares stock in twos- series Limestone "Building. Association. Goed investment,' paying cash dividends. Beeks new open for subscription te stock. Call en any of the efllcers. Eighty cents eer share. $80 ' ; ''Hi ' r "..ia shares, d, for 100 -- ft ADevE-'tw- Dn m Question AnnivrecL Yes, August Flower sUl! has ttre iargfet sal At Ship carponters at Paducah are get- any medicine 1n the civilized world. Tem ir ethers and grandmothers never thought of wA ac 2T"Murray A Themas have Just re- ting 8 per day. anything else f6r Indigestion or Bllleusacaa ceived a full car of marble, consisting Doctors were scarce, and they seldom of Cerner Pests, Rough and Finished Thore is a stage at Davis Island Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration orbeard "of Heart stock. They get a bargain and can soil Dam. That's encouraging. Failure, etc. They used August Flower te out the system and step fermentation of cheaper than ever. Call and get.thelr feed, regulate the action of Uiellver.sMm-ulat- e prices bofero buying olsewhoro. The water-work- s Is new pumping fog . the nervous and brganta action of the sysand water up togethor In erdor te keep tem, and that is all they took when feeling dell, When you cannot Meep (or coughing It Is hardly and bad with headaches and ether aches. Ten, necessary that anyone should tell ou that you the pumps wet. only need a few doses of Green's August Flower, need a few ilwet of Caamherlaln'H Cough Itemedy te allay the Irritation of the threat and make The Cande Is the only thing In the In liquid form, te make you satisfied there Is nothsleep peIble. Try It. Ker sale by J. Jan. Weed shapoef a beat that Is running en this ing serious the matter with you. Fer sale by J. O. Pecer. A 8en, Dtumrlsu. al Judge A. A. Wadsworth will go te Ashland Monday te hear Governer Roosevelt speak, and after the meeting there will accompany the candldate te this city. M ra '' .1J cln undH-gest- ed part of the Ohie river at prosent. W-J- 5f MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES TPMIERE MIELIGIOTJS EXERCI8EB WILL BE HELD 8XJSDAY. The New Richmond bar has no terrors for the Bedford since she has discovered a new channel and gets ever the dangoreus passage with ease, enabling her te make geed time. CORRECTLY FASHIONED ' a, i: The steamboat stewards and cooks will meet Friday for the purpose of forming a protective organization. It appears new that the stewards Intend te include the cooks in their order, which Is te be named the Stewards' Protective Association. Captain Jehn Meren, J. Frank Tilley and several Pilots are at the sites of Dams 3 and 4. The Government has notified the river Interest that the river will be partly closed there next year, work en the Government locks having se far progressed as te enable the War Pastors and Church Clerks are Department te advertise for bids te 4iMMrKT eourttewlu invited te ecHd in build chanoine dams. The lock walls, of any S9WSJf noticeat their. change in the ter It is expectcd, will be finished at Lecks Q Churches, and vices mention any special subject upon which the Pas- 2 and 4 this year. The work at Leck eor will preach. He, 2 was completed last year. In SSTTe insure attention all matter for this column Bheuld be sent in net later than 3 o'clock order te build the dams proper, a porFriday afternoon. tion of the rlver must be closed at the locks named, and Majer W. II. Blxby, riRVT rilFSIlVTKHIAN CHURCH. who has charge of the Improvement of lirv. Jehn Jlmbnur, D.D., I'aiter. Ne. IS West Third street. the Ohie, wants the rivcrmen te state Residence 30 a. m. Just hew much of the channel they dei In the German Church Mission sire te have remain open. at 2 )(. in. . nr-Va- CLOTHES FOR We saj-tjeu frankly that thcre'are no better clothes made in the world than we carry. "With us you llnd e vis-itin- ro-pe- rt Jtendy te wear and warranted te fit. tV. GENTLEMEN. Cab-lls- h. re-sl- Adlcr Bres., and ether noted high class manufacturers' goads. We earnestly ask you te conic In and let us Bhowjeu the SUITS and OVERCOATS the above named firms made l'er us for this Season's wear. Stcin-BIecl- i, Our Yeung Men's Sunday-scho- V hahhath-schoe- -- Westminster Society C. E fi.15 p. m. Weekly I'ruj Thursday at a. m, and 7.t) p. m. Preaching at Department. Is this Season better equipped te out-l- it Yeung' Men from 14 te SO years of age than ever before in the history of our business. We are encouraged, owing te the lact that the young men of this city and surreunding1 country are looking te us for everything that is iushieiinblcnnd snappy in Clothing and Furnishings, lints, Shoes. We knew they appreciate the pains that we take in fitting them out nnd making such alterations as will improve the lit and appearance of the garments, which we de cheerfully and without extra charge, of course. 11 7.0! p. m. Hew's This? We offer One Hnndred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Ch NKV A Ce., Preps., Teledo, O. for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finan- 133 West becend street. 9.30 a. m. l p. m. Prrachlmr at II a. m. and Weekly Wednesday at 7.00 p. m. C. h R.tt p.M. Y. At the morning service the Paster's subject will he "The UnUersul Command;" In the eve ning, "Sin and the Cause." All are Invited. CENTRAL PKESIlYTF.ntAN CIU'RCH. J.'ev. J. C. iletluy, D. D., JHuter. Residence Sunrtiiy-schoe- We, the undersigned, have known F. X. Cheney !'.. 1'rajer-meetlU- cially able te carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wkst A Tbvax, Wholesale Druggists, Teledo, O. Wholesale Druggists, Teledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting 10:30 at the Jlegular service tomorrow morning at directly upon the bleed aud mucous surfaces of at 9.V. the system. Price 75c. r bottle. Sold by all Church of the Nativity. Sunday-schoKvcnlug prayer will be emitted. Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's family Pills are the best. CIIL'IICII OF TIIF. NATIVITY. Waldinci, Kinnan &. Marvin, Tayler, luter. Residence Xe. 219 West Second street. lh. in. 'rachtngat 10 30 a m. and 7 00 p. m. Kpucrth j.taueli 15 p.m. l'riyer-melliJ1 tiursday at 7.00 p. m. Etv. II. Knnda-choel!i II. K. CHURCH. SOUTH. t Our Entire Stock of Merchandise, Be- . 1 'a? ,A CHRISTIAN s 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ne. 19 East Fourth street. Residence Junier Endeavors' no p. m. baturday, Sunday-schoo- l 9 m. PreuUiltigat 1045 a. in. and 7.00 p. m. Y. P.s:c. E.61S p.m. Wtduesday 7.00 p. m. The Minister, Heward T. Cree, will preach at both merulug and evening services. Morning sermon, "The Master Mission." At night the second In the series of special sermons being preached this mouth; subject, "Atheistic Foels." cordially Invited te hear this sermon. All welcome. Jlev.JIeuaut CHURCH. T. Crrc, Jluter. la. KSp QtsJ1, E E- - ginning attheTep, Namely, the Hat, I'reyer-meitlu- g el5 cs. p DIAMONDS, STERLING SILVER, CUT GLASS, BRIC-A-BRAC, r te the Very Boteom, the Shoes, is New Ready for Your Inspection. THE HOME STORE. U. K. CM U Residence Ne. 203 West Second street, Sunday-schoo- l P. I J a. in. Preachlugat 10 30a. ui. and 7:00 p. m. Plass Meeting 2 p.m. Epworth League 0.13 p. in. Thursday ut 7.00 p. m. iff i'. F. H". - JfnnOi, In$ter. licit, ONYX TABLES, Prayer-meetin- FIRST Residence Sunday-schoPrayer-meeting roady-te-wo- ar Ne. IS a. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Yeung People's Meeting (.I5 p. 111. p. 111. Thursday Baptism after night service. S U 0 ifff. J. H". IIAITIST I'lU'RCII. Perter, D V., Piitter, many ether beautiful Yeu will find that our store offers peculiar advantages for the selection of bridal presents. and things. West Fourth street. BALLENGER, Jeweler and Optician. . M1TCHKLL-- HECHINGER & CO. THE BEE iadsses V mmF1 t Yoady-te-woseml-annnal CHAPEL. KC , Eev. Edwaid Allen, - Residence bunday-scheu- t Our stock of French PjiUern Hats is new complete. We are showing a jgreater varlety of styles this soasen than evor bofero. Our success in thtB depart muunery nas cemo te stay. 1 no nats we ment convinces us that .show are patterned after the very latest styles shown in the large cltles of the East, UUU It stands te roasen that being purchased in such large quantities as we bUV thorn they can be sold very much cheaper than veu will" find 'em olsewhoro. trlmmed hat. Ex- Yeu mnvhave some Droinulce ae ainst buying a .suntna ours and we bolievo you'll change your sontiments xtices ii.ie te fe.ua. roaay-te-wear Trimmed Bafs Critical and roltable Judges have pronounced our fall dress goods stock the visits of our buyer te the lbest evor shown in this community; The Eastern markets make the abevo assortlen nppear hiorely as a reasonable expectation. The vorylatest fabric creations are displayed here. In blacks you'll find the new Satin Cleths, SoUeJs, Lizard Cleths, Clay Worsteds, Cheviots, Venetians in prices from 69e te $2.23; and tlien, toe, tliore are Nevolty Dress Goods, 'Camel's Hair, Gelf Cleths, Plaids, Kniokerbockors, Zlbelines, c, from 29a te 41.98. It's a s took worthy of your inspection. Yeu noed net buy. REAL EXCELLENCE IN DRESS GOODS. NEW MERCERIZED (JNDERSKIRTS. 'V We haven't the space te Bay much about thorn, Briefly, thoy're the host we Jiave eyer shown.' Nearly.all cerrio with large accordleu plaits. Prices frpm 89c, tte $1.98. Blacks and all colon. . Id J?I AC1YMT 1 1 fflAT94C im p. iu, Tuewlay The Maysville Beard of Trade has Epworth LeagueThursday 7.00 p. in. decided te have another Tobacco Fair in, January, 1901. The states of KenSKDOK-M. K. CHURCH. e tucky and Ohie will be allowed te AVi. T, B. Stratton. l'atler. .....T. ..N6. 1317 Ferest avenue. Residence for all the premiums offered. 9 10 a. m. l Four premiums will be given for Class Meeting every Hrst and third Sunday. bright leaf, four for red leaf, four for Epworth Leauep every Thursday and every Sunday at 6 in. lugs and four for cigarette trash, sam- ether Preacblug every second and fourth Sunday at 10.30 a. m. and 7.oe p. in. ples to contain net less than twolve hands, and each class of tobacco te be ST. CHURCH. Eev. Father A. T. Xnntt, Patter, shown according te grade. ResidenceNe. 304 Limestone street. A' commitleo will no appointed te Early Mass 7 a. classify and arrangosamples presonted. Ulillilreu-- Mns m. A. in. 8.30 High Mass 10 a.m. in addition te the premiums offered 2 p. m. l for tobaccepremiums will 60 given for Vespers and llenedlctlen 3 p. m. the best samples of thirty ears of whlte corn, and best samples of thirty ears of Sunday CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK .SERVICI.S. at 10 'W a. m. yollew corn. Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. All are welcome. Roem 10, Cox Rulldlng, Alse premium for a peck of host early Ohie potateos, and also for peck of best IIKTHEL BAPTIST CHt'HCH, COLOBKn. Early Iteso potateos. The amount of J!v, i,'. A. .Sliaun, iVitler. l at 9.30 a. m, each premium will be announced later, Preaching at 11:30 a. m. and7:30 p. in. This announcement Is made In order Wednesday evening at 7.30. that the farmers may have an opporVee It Pay Te Ituy Cheat tunity of making a soiectlon of their A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right samples. but you The Tobacco Fair of last year was care the want something that will relieve and Mere Severe and dangerous resnlts of all who had threat and lung trouble. Wbat shall yeb deT pronounced a success by the 'pleasure of attending. This year De te a warmer and mere regular clmater Yes, we hepo te make It a much greater suc- It possible; If net possible te you, then te either been cess. We have the assurance of the to- case take the only remedy that hassuccess IntroIn duced,! aall cjylllied countries with bacco dbalers of 'Cincinnati and Ujreat, aud lung troubles, "Beecheet Oer Ihey will be here In large $ Vj It net "Oi h1" and stlmul&tee the force. JSven "the.qgh the'' farmer may M4fe(s t69ttrey'th germ 'disease, bat alliya In. gives a causes net be able te carry off a premium, be flatamaUen, reel, andeasy ex'pectoraUea, Try one cure the, pt4ent. t4,nlgl-- f will have a splendid' opportunity of b(JHe 1heea-aila Baaay years by all advertising bis crops. la Ihe world, Se Hit by t. O. Pecer'.' Prayer-mcetlu4 m. Preuclilug at 10:30 a. m. and l ............Ne. 9 15 a. East Second street. p. m. ltter. The Ladies of Masen And its sister counties are assured a welcome at our store the 17th. Net solely te buy are they invited but te leek. The best exponents of quality and style will be found upon our counters with prices right, of course. f 1 corn-pol- Sunday-schoo- HIW li r6 m 4 -. s Sunday-schoo- 4s A SOUVENIR Of the occasion we will present te every Sunday-schoo- Lady making a $5 purchase a handsome A mere perfect panorama belt buckle. than the present of the newest and best in $$& ' v va ir V' Prayer-meetin- g THE IMPORTANT THINGS! Weman's apparel cannot be found in Maysville. Xhis store is style's best school. Price, quality, assortment we can assure you. To confirm this statement we need only the opportunity give it te us and we'll de the rest. ' ."Si Louts-vlUeth- at drug-ctst- trv. '4ifSfi'MkMkuiH P-.- f1 r.. uf ii xAum i h i'..'i j k. .' . A :'.-- .. .'tf'ftH 'll i3 4 fc J v Cern-huskor- - Tl fc v. :. TUBLICi MMm LEDGER XCPT80tAY,JUl.V rOVRTHt THAXK80IVJ0 AND CHRISTMAS. i& v 8farG.y0 IfJfrJUjJi i"MH crtefr J?ulMfnr, Xe. 10 Thlnl Street, MaynUie.Xy sprained wrists, barbed-wlr- e Oysters at Jehn O'Keefe's. cuts, burns, bruises, severe laceraand external lnjurles of any ap- Luclnda Thompson of Bridgeport has tions promptly end happily cured by kind are been granted sponsien of $3 snow umraeni. xriue, tsaiiuru and 60 centB. J. Jas. woea e son. Mrs. L. V. Davis has Just received a Hats beautiful line of HSf-Fres- s' per-mont- B ready-te-we- THE Y. M. C. A. Eatt JOHN Y. DEAN, J e v & m 9y 9y vy 9x 9x (41 8K 7) Y If vs x v )w m v v 9x 4 J KENTUCKY FLASHES. THE CLOSING DAY. Annual Slcettnw of the Kentucky Heme Ilreedcm' AHMOolutten Vn n 8nceeiiful One. Lexington, Ky.,. Oct. 13. Friday was the closing of the 2Sth annual meeting of the Kentucky Tretting Herse Breeders' association, and it was a most successful one. Ten days of almost perfect weather, a great track, magnificent fields of horses and grand sport. The attendance has been large each day and both socially and financially Uhe meeting has been one of the greatest in the history of the world famed institution. A number of records have been beaten and many fast miles have been trotted and paced. The weather was cool and pleasant for the closing day, and fully 4,000 people gathered te witness the events. There was three races on the card with the Blue Grass stake, $2,000, for 2:10 trotters as the leading feature, nnd Jee Wntts, selling at $25, te $40 for the field, was the favorite. Cernelia Belle was also well thought of. It turned out to be a hard contested five heat race and one worthy the occasion. Watts took the first heat in a hnppy style and then Cernelia Belle captured the second nnd third, then dropped the fourth to Palm Leaf. She wen the fifth and rnce with a het finish with Palm Leaf. The race in every heat was between the three named. The 2:22 trot for a purse of $1,000 proved te be an easy thing for the New England mnre Delly Bidweli, who clearly outclassed her field, nnd Aven in straight heats from Free Silver and Telltale, the fight being principally between the latter two for place. All three showed rnee horse qunlity and put up a great contest. Nenamie outclassed all the ethera in the 2:20 pace and wen ns she pleased in straight heats, the contending horse in each heat being The geed (laughter of Bourbon Wilkes, Nenamie, is a race mare of rare quality and it will take n geed one te beat her in her class next year. ELECTION BILL NO. I. Uy n Vete of Bl te 47 lie limine IIiih Rejected BUI Ne. 18. T. H. N. SMITH, DENTIST. 2" t of Teeth. Bridge Werk...... Extracting Teeth ,...,....:Xc B&Inn!eu KxtrneUnn. Ae. JJ I1V Second Stmt, next te ST. E. Seuth, Mayrvllle, Ky. fa Fllim 'V JV tf teup. CftutcA,. t COMMISSION MERCHANT, Fer BUYER EGG EXCHANGE OF PRODUCE. i! 0(1 ( &($ xx Geld Cbpj Tenth ! y yy & ADVA XCS. 8UESCEIPT10N8-I- X .8 ..... eneYwr . . .. ........ . -.. . Mi MehUm . ............ Tbrttt Menth ....... What That Institution is Doing Maysville Yeung Men. Sutten Street. OO SHOES iff y x!?? xV y) 9x & 4s & all XX XX yV y xx xx y) 'xx ill XX XX XX XX XX XX 'If XX 7 7 k Sn. 75 y DELIVERED BY CARBIER. Dr. Anna B. Hewins, THE LADY DENTIST, The men's meeting at Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock will be an open meeting led by Mr. C. P. Traxel. All men welcome. The week of prayer for young men, will be ebsorved by the November local Association. Special meetings will be held In rooms every evening. 11-1- f1 Per Menth Payable te Collector at end of Menth. i5Cuta Xe. tS IIVil Second itrtet. l'alnleas Dentil try den AH kinds of hlch-cla.- s In the roost artistic and sclentllic manner. Price 110. rliiht. Oelrt Crew ns and Bridie Werk S te Fill-Inn- s UeuBetsef Teeth en rubber V te 15. Geld ! J and up. YOU WILL g IS THE TIME TO BUY A LI I I LCiiiiiiiiiiii DEMONSTRATION al Will be convincing. Once used will ever after be the only kind' that finds favor. The freedom from dirt: nnd stone, small percentage of waste-an-d excellent burning qualities are factors in securing the approval of coal consumers. Hard Ceal new en. hand. out-Cepo-tent GREW EXCITED. A Yeung Man Endeavors te Soe His Girl Through the Telephone. An amusing Incklent happened last night in a certain drugstore net many squares from The Lkdeeb office. A young man rushed In, almost pushing in the front of the building in hie hurry, and asked the proprietor if he could use the 'phone a moment. The man who pays the tell assented, and with a vlRoreus twist of the crank part of the he grabbed the hello-bac- k machine, threw It up against the side of ENJOY "FINNIGAN'S BALL." 1 I I FALL GOODS, OUR j STOCKJ IS COMPLETE. 1 WILLIAM DAVIS, TUOXB dO. FIFTH WARD.. SHOE OF ALL KINDS AND 302 EAST SECOND STREET . J K. L" , F. f . products in 1S94 was $500,000,000, in sound, all the while saying things and scraping one feet en the 1899 $700,000,000. fleer. Presently he fished a watch out of says: "In his pockets, scraped it en his trousers The Courier-Journanswer te inquiries, Attorney General and held It up te the receiver, loekinp Breckinridge has given the opinion as though he were trying te see the chocolate drop at the ether end that the Democratic emblem should of the wire. appear first upon the ballets." This was toe much for the crowd el ' Judge Breckinridge doubtless has rubbers, and he was compelled te rlnp his reasons for giving such an opin- off without getting te see through the ion, remarks The Louisville Pest, but "phenlne" machine. the law passed by the Legislature new A Cnril. Salve in session states specifically that The manufacturers of Banner guarhave authorized the undersigned te precedence shall be given en the bal- antee It for burns, cuts, sores, ulcers, teteczema and all skin diseases. Your eot te the party having cast the high- ter, money back if It doesn't de all It claims J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce precedest number of votes at the last ing election. In that election the vote na certified by the Geebelite State Beard was: 103,714 Fer Taj ler 101,331 Fer Goebel Majority IbrTujler. li.383 -t- ?jj, Vw-With the figures staring him in the C. AND 0, TRAINS. face it is a wonder that. Sir. BreckinTes. 15, 17 and IS will C. and O. train en signal at the Poplar ridge, as Attorney General, should In future step Instead of at the Poplar Street Tower express such an opinion as that at- Street Cressing. tributed te him. CHANGEXF TIME IN C. it. 0. LOCAL bon-bo- n al fair-haire- "Ilolle, Contrail I want his head, and told Central te give him te talk te the Amerlcnn workingman." the desired number. Central "He's at work and very busy, Presently he was heard te say Mr. Bryan; ring off, pleaae." "Helle!" In a very sweet voice, and then his tones were endearing in the In 1894 we mined $1SG,000,000 extreme. worth of coal. In 1899 $253,000,000 He steed making goegoo eyes at the worth. Te value el all our mineral talking machine and drinking In every Mr. Bryan r- - It Will Pay Yeu Te Investigate the Automatic Chnln Btltch Sinner. Free trial In your horn". singer Muchlnes rented and repaired. T. P. BHADLKY, Manager. Office Bleck. Opera-house j Fancy and StaDle. STYLES. COME AND r SEE US. JOHN V. BOULDKN. THY J. S. PARKER. Seasonable Dry;joeds. S. X H Boulden & Parker's Fire Insurance Agency flrst-clas- i, ! u Af-fi- e. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Only reliable companies represented. All losses promptly settled. We respectfully solicit your patronage. Carpets, Oilcloths, I ))) d Mattings, f Housekeeping Goods Kentucky It Generally Always in Stock. arkley' r Wise old Phllextratus said he would like te hnve the neck of a crane witli the eense of taste all the way. He had eaten of GEO. COX & SON. ( it by the senate. The bill provided that the county election benrds should be named by the count' judge Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 13. By n vote 51 te 47 the Oieuse nt neon Friday rejected the election bill Ne. 1 sent TRAXEL'S..... BREAD! and knew its quality. ( v fHOPP ii I csiaeiisiKU in 1019. I of each county, and Dhat the circuit clerk should be the third member, or "umpire," of the beard. This leaves lieuse bill Ne. 18, as amended by the senate, the only one before the house. I.lttKiitlnii lit Ended. Richmond, Ky., Oct. 13. Litigation ever the plant of the Richmond Electric Co. seems te be at an end. Messrs. W. S., E. B. and S. B. Hume, of this city, having purchased the property at commissioner's sale. D. J. Hauss, of Cincinnati, was one of the owners of the property when it was forced into the hands of a receiver some time age. E 5. Rich! Light! 3'hrcf w qun,li- IIIIIKU 86ylelicieu8 and IJCS lO ICadies' t October j7tb, Day,! m suc-ce-1- J Healthy! J nareurs ha3rw GET THE BEST -- FREIGHTS-Commencin- g rT W w w t fare. Return limit October country. According te these figures, NATURAL BRIDGE, KY., AND RETURN. says The American Economist, the The L. and N. Kallread will run a total value of these animals en series of excursions, leaving Maysville January 1st, 1896, was 7:10 a. in. Sundays, August 2tith, Sep21st, while en January 1st, 1900, the total tember 9th and 23d, October 7th and11:15; arriving at Natural Bridge, Ky., value was $2,042,S40,S13; an increase returning, leave 5:30 p. in. Fare for of $501,444,474, or of mere than 32, round trip $1.50. for which McKinlev and the Protec- C. AND 0. TRAINS TO BE HELD AT MAYSVILLE. On account of Governer Roosevelt tion of American industries are reat Mavsvlllc, Monday, Octosponsible. When the states of the speaking the C. and O. will have Train ber 15th, of Ne. 15, Westbound, leave Maysville at Union arc asked what they think 5:10 p. m. instead of at 4:30, and Train the Administration, what they think Ne. 18. Kastbeund, will leave at 5:15 p. of the industrial policy which has m. Tickets for this occasion will be sold at rate of one fare for the round brought about this wonderful increase trip. in the value of farm animals, which ANSWER IT HONESTLY. has virtually put half a billion dolpockets of the American lars into the people in this one direction alone, Are the Statement of Mnystllle Citizens Net Mere Hellable Than Thuse every one of them ought te give the of Utter Stranger? answer which little Vermont, whose This is a vital question. share of the increase was nearly ItlBfraughtwithintorestteMaysvlllo. $3,000,000, gave the ether day. Fortunately for us all, a sufficient number It permits of only one answer. of them will give that answer te inIt cannot be evaded or Ignored. of President A Maysville citizen speaks here. sure the Speaks for the welfare of Maysville and the continuance of the A citizen's statement is reliable. American system of Protection. But An utter stranger's doubtful. it ought te be unanimous, for, acHome proof 1b the best proof. cording to the figures, every state in the Union has had its share of the Mr. Rebert Wise of Ferest Ave. says: "Dean's Kidney Pills are from the eviincrease. dence I have, a sure cure for backache. Fer sprains, swellings and lameness there Is I say this net only from my own experi' nothing se geed an Chamberlain's Tain Halm. ence but also from that of several ethers Weed Sen, Druggisti. Try It. for sale by J. who have received the greatest benefit The last reports show that, commenc- from the treatment. I suffered from ing with 1851, the growth of railroads pains In the back, a disordered condift.inth.a United States has been from tion of the kidney secretions and symp10,720 miles te 101,308 miles, an Increase toms of aniinflained condition of the Dean's Kldney of 171,678 miles. The present mileage bladder. Procuring of reads In tbe United States la UK Pills from J. Jas. Weed fc Sen's corner jef West Second and Martimes greater than It was In 1851. ket streets, they gave me quick and by Don't be, deceived or humbugged of some people who claim the discovery swamps, effective relief." hitherto unknown herb or root In Fer aale by all dealers; price 60 cents or prairie, for the or en some mountain cure of WlBy and bladder trouble. Any ft bOX. Ce,, doctor or cvKWrt "wM tell you that such flalwis are Irlwdulent. Feley's Kidney Buffalo, N. Y., Cure simply contains remedies that are Sele Agents for the United States. MeecRlsHKi by the meet skilful physicians ' tlws for thesf oeraptalnts, se don't Remember the name DOAN'S and W crtfhiteHs or feHh. J, Ja. Weed & aw MnttemK ft 0. tke be substitute. Y local freight train will The figures published by the Agri- O. a. showing the com- leave Maysville at 6:15 in. in. and the cultural Department Freight for local at 7 a. parative value of the horses, mules, these trains will be received up toe p.m. cattle and sheep in the country on L.ANDN. January 1st, 1896, and en January On account of meeting of Grand 1st, 1900, serve to illuminate one of Ledge of Masens and the Loulsvllle Herse Shew the L. and X. will soil the most remarkable situations in the round trip tickets te Loulsvllle Octoindustrial history of this or any ether ber 15th te lflth at eno and 20th. East-boun- d West-boun- d one-thir- October 8th, the C. and J& Illtten Uy u Mild Der. I -, d In milcr tenlst in innkin; IiADIES' DAY (Octel)cr 17) a and incidentally attracting attention te our ntUcrtiRinp, no te iiiiutKurate n necl and inteiestinn contest for the luie decidedwliich none occasion, in lmt Ijadlen ill be allowed te compete. AVe offer three prizes, hich uill he nuurded us 1'ollewg : TO THE LADY FURNISHING THE MOST COMPLETE COLLECTION OF OUR DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS, TAKEN FROM BOTH THE LEDGER AND 'Mril BULLETIN, WILL BE PRESENTED FIRSTA Handsome Set of Ladies' Embroidery Shears. Consisting of four pairs, rangiii;; in size from three te Bix inches, contained in n neat Morocco lenther cum;, price $3 OO SECONDA Genuine Stag Carving Set. Net a cheap alTalr. but made of the very best 6tccl by Jes. Elliet, of Shellleld, England, and which sells at retail Ter $1 75 THIRD A Set of Nut Cracks and Picks, d case, the money Composed of seven pieces, In a pretty $1 OO al lie of which is silk-line- Should there be a tie in the best collection, the llrst handed in will be iPKarded as the winner of prize Ne. 1, nnd se en. CONDITIONS Each batch of advertisements must be inclesed in a scaled emclope bcarlnff the name and address of the contestant and handed in at our store in person. Ne collection will be considered without the adertiscment taken from both The liedfjer and Bulletin of the 10th inst. Families of the newspaper fraternity barred. Since the contest is arranged in honor of liADIES' DAY, offerings will be accepted en that date only, and hut one prize will be a aided te a family. J. ikikikik Owingsilie, Ky., Oct. 13. Mrs. Herace Lane, Martin Stephen, Ewing Coneor and five colored people were bitten by a mad deg here Friday evening. Quite a crowd was in town attending a street fair, and during the excitement the rabid canine made its escape. Almest the entire male population secured guns, and are new searching the surrounding country for the dangerous beast. Three In n Menth. Columbia, Ky., Oct. 13. The Wilsen fnmily, living at Russell Springs, is severely sirieken. Miss Nnnnie Wileon died of typhoid feer. Her mother and sister died within the month, and a brother is fatally ill of the same disense. Dcnth of Mm. June Voting. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 13. Mrs. Jane Yeung, mother of Cnpt. Lucien Yeung, U. S. X., stationed at Havana as commander of the pert, and of Dr. F. O. Yeung, of Lexington, died here at a ripe old age. Killed llcr TurkcjM. Versailles, Ky., Oct. 13. In tlhe quarterly court Mrs. Susan E. Neale sued the Southern Railway Ce. te recover damages for some turkeys killed en the 'track. An InrrciiNe. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 13. The gresa earnings of the L. & N. railroad for the first week of October were an increase ever the same period of last year of Killed IIU Slater. Owenton, Ky., Oct 13. The daughter of Jehn I A Jams, near .New, this county, was shot and instantly killed by the accidental disdharge of a gun in the hands of her brother. $581,-415, It you want n heut henied In the mi t cleanly, economical, manner, the hut Hater Bjmrm win dolt. There are several Kjntttm; but experience has proven tli . i ; "OurOwiT "S Het Water Are decidedly We take nlea- ? ure In referring te in. ja ." .C heui x 113. . ni!ll!l.V Bank. state National. Bnnk.Washlngten Opera home, Themas A. Davit All work guaranteed. thMsjisPii IB! ".'- rssmzxmrsr' $ Boilers ! tlui-he- st. ' FITZGERALD STEAM PLUMBING Ne. 119 Sutten & CO,, HEATING, GAS FITTING, MAYSVILLE, KY, and Street. - J Amateurs ! lirliiy your Jutt one-ha- lf tchat ether charge. Use teetceme. Hit our dark roeml netfttt picture out, "The Hfjla." The only Anattlymntle Lens in 3Tayivllle. The most complete Studie In Kentucky. ft (i re I linn 1' Inlet ami tUveteped. Flint te Our prtcrt -- Come and nee un. CADY'S ! ART STUDIO. D. COCHRAN, JlnynTlIle, Ky. r IjADIKS, lKith old and jeunff, anywhere, arc invited te compete. A very little search may result in winning one of the prizes. Kven if you don't capture llrst, you stand a geed chance of gaining eno of the ethers. Begin the collection of the ads. among your friends new. Yeu haie a week, and much may be accomplished in that time. JutlKC Tiirvln 111. WILLIAM Fulton, Ky., Oct. 13. Judge Jamea P. Tarvin, of Covington, was stricken is confined te his bed. He canceled all dates In Western Kentucky. with asthma after spenking here and Weaver l'lentled Net Guilty. Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 13. Geerge Attorney at Law. ail Court atrrwt. Drng-stor- Premjit attention toaettlrmontnf estate and adjustment of aceuunta. e, frank Owens a? jj? i 'ffcSUfclfc m CHICHCSTtR'S FOBTEn-MlLBOR- hardware Company. i. Franklin Weaer, the "strolling barber," was arraigned and answered "net guilty" when the indictment charging him with perjury was read. A PlHKmaa Killed. Lexington, Flynn, aged & Crewcenl' CNUU8H jvl -H I ri?W . . Y) - bt 1 Ky,, 80, wwkilled by a Queen enfrlnauafat crossing. Ocf. 13. Richard sr- P w )amfta yr hj PrUlr, TelBill nxBCM IM OH!"" Oary M UIllUlUOmSK'M JSNOUS11 la RED u4 Oald emUISU Imxm. mUA 1Ui Ua. Hbbe. Takcaoeibar. Ktfute 8bWtMUs4 aad Imlta-tiett- a. f DmikL c m4 4 la ale. tanifiail. l8.ftit.MmiiUI.. SMtr '1J & r J 5 W a. j te? I rt ti f, 'v ."' x Hi i THE NATIONAL GAME. Plttuburifli, fv, u PURSUINGREBELS. tiJ HALL OP FAME CONTEST. The Senate NO MORE CONCESSIONS. of BllKlblcH. Japanese Adm. He is Chasing Them in a Northeasterly Dii New Yerk, Oct. 13. The election in That Seems te Be a Stumbling Innings... Wilkesbarrc, Pa., Oct. 13. The opd the Hall of Fame contest was Bleck in the Settlement of rection Frem erators of the Wyoming valley are Brooklyn... Friday when the senate of the watching with interest the proceed- New Yerk... the Big Miners' Strike. New Yerk university assembled and San-Chucon-cluen. Yerk Unl- vemlty l'unncd Upen the hint of the New THE SLIDING SCALE VALUABLE INFORMATION! D. 1 ii r If the Miner Ileject the Offer, Operator "Will Attempt te "Werk the Mine With New .Men. Philadelphia and Xevr Yerk Were the "Winner of Friday Content. 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 BRITISH COLUMN GOES TO K0WL00N. u In Six Districts in Pre- fecture the Cities Arc in the Wci-Cha- Hands of the Boxers. If an Ontbrenk Should Occnr In Canten, Itn StipiiroMnlen Would lie Dlillcnlt The Sltuntlun In Quite Serleim. s B r k There is no longer any doubt that the disease has attacked Maj. Petereon, chief commissary, and Frank Hayes, general manager of the Havana branch of the North America! Trust Ce., who were taken ill Thurs day. Miss Natalie Brown, a steneg rapher in the employ of the trust EQUITABLE INDEMNITIES. company is also down with the dis ease. The company's offices will b( The Matter May He Commended te closed for disinfectien. Four hundred and twenty-eigthe Consideration of the Inter Spanish immigrants are in quaran national Court of Arbitration. tine here owing te the existence e in the vessel en which thev Berlin, Oct. 13. The proposal ei small-pothe Kussian government that, in cast arrhed. of protracted divergence of views rePOLAR EXPEDITION. garding equitable indemnities, this matter might be commended te tlu AVenlthy New Yerker Will Fit Oui consideration of the Internatiena1 One. te He In Chnrpre of Evelyn court of arbitration at The Hague, h II. lliililvvln. regarded as the meit important re cent development in the Chinese sitNew Yerk, Oct. 13. William Zieg uation. Nothing was known public- ler, n and wealth' citi ly in Ihirepe concerning it prier tc en of New Yerk city, announced FriMcKin-ley'the publication of President day that he would purchase two vesanswer te the note of M. sels, fully equip and man them and send them in quest of the north pole Most of the papers comment during the summer of 1901. The ex upon the suggestion peditien is te be in charge of Evelyr The Leknl Aiueiger says that ii 11. Baldwin, who was a companion ei raises another difficult problem whiel Lieut. Peary in his nttempts te reacl will occasion long negotiations, uik the pole in 1S93 and IsOf and also a the Berlin Tageblntt understand member of Walter Wellman's expethat official circles regard it as tenta dition. tlve rather than as a formal prope It is Mr. Zlegler's intention te have sitien. ' one vessel remain in the Arctic reIk the Dunnnrer diiprcNM gions while the ether returns for supGermany leeks upon the report of plies. the death of the empress dowager a& A ROW IN THE RING. a new Chinese intrigue. It is that she intends te disappear temporarily in order te escape re- Spectator Ilecaiuc Incenneil Over the DeelMleu of Referee HeRnu sponsibility for the misdeeds of high tt I'Mftht. In the anofficials, and, perhups, te prepare movement. other Chicago, Oct. 13. It took half a A 'high official of the foreign office asserted Friday that a telegram had score of policemen fully ten minutes been sent te the Chinese government te clear the ring at the Illinois Athdemanding direct information as te letic club Friday night, se incensed whether the empress dowager is had the spectators become ever the dead. Ne reply has been received, decision of Beferee Hegan giving and the foreign office draws the con- Buddy ltyan the decision ever Yeung clusion that the Chinese government Mevvatt at the end of a is kept informed as te the plans of flight. In the scrimmage Hegan was struck in the face and knocked dewn.J Tsze Hsi An. Sig Hart, the local bantamweight, Lint of OITenderx. DlNxntUlled With tried te protect tne reieree, anu reThe German foreign office is net ceived a severe beating for his pains. satisfied with the list of culpable, The police finally managed te get the supplied by the Ohinese government. principals in the melee separated "The list is notoriously incemilete," and clenred the hall without further said an influential official Friday, "as trouble. it emits at least a score of prominent Siicceimer te Itr. Adm. Knntc. persons who were active leaders in Washington, Oct. 13. Rr. Adm. Sithe massacres of foreigners. This is borne out by all the legations and las Casey, at present commandant at by the consular reports from China. League Island Navy yard, has been It is borne out by Mr. Cenger's state- selected te succeed Rr. Adm. Albert Kautz as commander of the Pacific ment. "Germany, however, is net disposed station upon the latter's retirement te insist upon the punishment of all In the near future. the guilty. What she demands is that New Ferct Ileserve. an example be made of persons of Washington, Oct. 13. The general high rank in order te show the Chi- land office was notified Friday of a nese strikingly and convincingly presidential setting proclamation that the powers have enforced a se- aside as a forest reserve 57,000 acres vere expiation for misdeeds and te of land about the head of Crew creek, teach a wholesome and lasting les- Wyoming. eon the lessen that the lives and property of foreigners must be safe The Wentiniiiftter ArrlTen nt Manila Washington, Oct. 13. The war dein China," partment has been informed of the arrival of the transport Westminster Will Net Oppeie Allien' Advnnce. Londen, Oct. 13. Dr. Morrison, wir- at Manila with subsistence istercs ing te the Times, from Peking under aboard. date of October 11, says: "The ChiMnchlnlnU Will Strike. nese officials declare that stringent Philadelphia, Oct, 13. The strike of orders have been sent te provincial 1,500 Philadelphia machinists which officials net te oppose the advance of have been Impending for the past rw.' e allied column. three months will, from present indications, be ordered within a week. llualneas Failures. evv Yerk. Oct. 13. Business fall- Tjplinn Fever ItnKlnir. ,i for the week in the United' Berlin, Oct. 13. Typhus cfevcr is es number 210, as against 177 last ' raging In the 08th infantry at c, 164 in this week tvf&arrage, 233 and also in the garrisons at 1K)0. iD8, 100 in 1897 and S79 la ' Braavrick and Saarbrueckcn. g, Oct. 13. Adm. He i pursuing the rebels in a northeasterly direction from A British expedition, consisting of the 221 Bombay infantry, with artillery, is going te the Kowloon Hinterland, though the district is reported quiet. The reformer, Sun Yat Sen, according te dispatches from Canten, has unfurled the reform flag in that important town Wei Oheu, en East river. This actr'has given rise te considerable excitement in militery circles in Canten, and it is believed the object of the reformers in raising their flag at Wei Cheu' is te denude Canten of troops, se that they can 6ele the city. "Will OppeMC the Gepmnnn Advance. Berlin, Oct. 13. A dispatch received here Friday from Shanghai says a very serious view is taken of Field Marshal Count von Waldersee's headquarters in Tien-Tsi- n of the revolutionary movement. At Canten a false alarm en October 7 caused the Chinese officials there te pretest against any occupation of Chinese territory. The Yang Tse viceroys, the dispatch adds, openly afllrm that they will oppose any advance of the Germans g province. into Londen, Oct. 13. The Times hat, the following from Hong-Kendated Friday: '"The situation in the prefecture is serious. In six districts the cities are in the hands of rebels. If an outbreak should occur in Canten, its suppression would be difficult." Hong-Ken- g, San-Chun. passed upon the list of eligibles submitted 'te that body by the committee which for the last three days has been counting the votes. The total number of names submitted te the 100 judges was 252. Though the standard of eligibility had been placed as low as 51 votes, only 30 of the nominees had reached that standard. It was the names of such nominees that were submitted te the senate, and that body, in which is vested the power of absolute and peremptory vote, en .this occasion confined itself te simple continuation of the committee's findings. According te this decision, the following men were accorded a place en the tablets of the Hall of Fame: V The Nnmen Selected. Geerge Washington, 07 (the full vote); Abraham Lincoln, 00; Daniel Webster, 0G; Benjamin Franklin, 91; U. S. Grant, 92; Jehn Marshall, 91; Themas Jeffersen, 90; Kalph Walde Emersen, 8G; Henry W. Longfellow. 94; Washington"" Irving, 82; Jonathan Edwards. 32; David C. Farragut, 79; Samuel F. B. Merse, 70; Henry Clay, 74; Geerge I'eabedy, 72; Nathaniel Hawthorne, 72; Rebert E. Lee, 69; Peter Cooper, 68; Herace Mann, 67; Henry Ward Beecher, 60; Eli Whit ney, 66; James Kent, 65; Jeseph Storey, 64: Jehn Adams, 61; William Ellery dimming, 58; Jehn James Audubon, 57; Ellas Howe, 53; William Merris Hunt, 52; Gilbert Stuart, 52; Asa Gray, 51. YELLOW FEVER AT HAVANA. One TWO SESSIONS WERE DELD FRIDAY, Nethincr of a Definite Nature WasSngjrested Which Would Lead te a Solution of the Problem. - The Ten Per Cent. Preposition, a It New Stand, Huh Very Little Chance of Helnir Accepted II y ings of the Scranton convention. The representatives of the big coal companies here still insist that no further concessions would be mude te the men, and that if the offer of ten per cent, increase is rejected, the strike is destined te go en. The offer of the operators having been refused, the companies will endeavor te operate their mines with new men Should the strikers interfere, then the state will be called upon te protect these men who are willing te work. Batteries Yeager and McGuirc; IT IS A FAC- Tand Bawennan. Umpire- That arcerdlnr te the bent medical RUtliurltlef) lutiima and rheumatlim Snyder. are caused by an excess et uric acid Innings. 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 R. H. E. te tue bleed. Pittsburg. 31020130 10 11 2 Chicago... 14001000 0 0 8 2 IT IS A FAC- TBatteries Phillippe, Peole, O'ConThat uric acid If a priMuct of lmpr- feet Hustle clinches and can euly be nor and J. Donahue; Callahan nnd T. eliminated through the kidneys. Donahue. Umpire O'Day. Innings. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. II. E. IT IS A FACT- Car-ric- 0101100 2300000 4 14 R.H. 9 9 10 4 Phllad'a... Bosten.... Batteries 20120000 20000000 Dunn and Wen. SI 79 24 JacklltPch; Lest. 54 59 03 71 5 7 9 0 3 That by eliminating this acid from, the ayntem the acknowledged cause of asthma, hay fever and rheumatism K removed. Nichols and Clarke. Clubs. Umpire Hurst. Pet. .000 .572 .540 .4S2 .4G0 the Strike. IT IS A FACT- That Bend's Specific cures by Its Kreat purifying action en the liver nnct klcliip. tlnis enabling them te perform their functions properly and carry etr this excess of acid from the DEFAULTER SCHREIBER. Ill StenlliiRH Amount Heir They Stand. Brooklyn Pittsburgh Philadelphia Bosten Chicago St. Leuis .1 Hundred Ciihch and Thirteen Jfc Hittc Itcen Iteperted 1. 13. Since October Havana, Oct. 1. One hundred and Shan-Tun- thirteen cases of yellow fever have been officially reported since October Scranton, Fa., Oct. 13. Eight hundred and miners, who held in their hands the power te end or continue the anthracite coal miners' strike which has been in progress for mere than three weeks, met here in convention Friday for the puqiese of considering the ten per cent, net advance in wages offered by the operators, and adjourned until Saturday without taking any action en their employers' preposition. Beth of Friday's sessions were devoted te erguniilng the convention and te speeches by many of the delegates en the mine owners' concession. It was net expected that anything would be done Friday outside of a general exchange of views. The convention after it was permanently organized went into secret session, but it was learned from authoritative sources that nothing of a definite nature was suggested which would lead te a solution of what is te the miners a knotty problem. Stere CoiickhIeiin "Wanted. Frem the trei.d of the remarks of the delegates it was gathered that fifty-seve- n te 10!,71 EITeetN Mr. llnrt'H I'emennl New Yerk, Oct. 13. Have lie en Seised. Anether disElic-abethp- sjslein. 7t 0G IT IS A FAC- TThat all asthma and rheumatism cures contain dxngereDS drugs, such as chloral, cocaine and morphine, and produce only temporary relief. p cover' was made Friday at the $100,710. 04 03 bank, which increased the Cincinnati stealings of Defaulter Schreiber te New Yerk 02 GO 75 75 75 77 .457 .453 .433 IT IS A FACT- - Wei-Oha- u Thnt Ilnnd's Asthma, Hay Fever GEN. MERRIAM'S REPORT. Several months nge an envelope and Itheumatlsm Cure Is absolutely free from dangerous drngs, and h $3,000 in United States bends purely h vegetable compound and can be taken with Impunity by any was placed for safekeeping in the Military Department Greatly lie- one, from the babe Just born te the dueed In Strength te Meet the bank by a resident of Elizabeth. When eldest man or n Oman. Demand of Kereltcn Service. he called at the bank Friday for the IT IS A FAC- Tdeposit it was found the envelope had Washington, Oct. 13. Pome idea of been carefully slit open and the bends That Bend's Kperlflc will most positively cure asthma, hay fever or the extent te which the military deabstracted. rhuimatlfm In spite of your Incredulity. Judge Gilhooly, the bank's attor- partments of the United States have been reduced in strength te meet the Sold hy Henry W. Ray, J. Jas. Weed J: Sen and ney, said the institution was responThes. J.C'heneAttb. sible and the less would be made demands of foreign service, is conveyed by the reports of Brig. Gen. geed. Henry C. Merriam, commanding the The "Weinnn In the Cnxe. personal effects department of Missouri. Se few are The furniture and the efllcivrs en duty in the departof Mrs. Hart, the woman upon whom ment that one eflicer of the regular young Schreiber is said te have lav- line, an e artillery officer, Lieut. ished the money of the Elizabeth Skerrett, besides being first bank was removed Friday te a stor- lieutenant of 3d artillery, is an age warehouse by order of the sher- acting captain, the acting an juege advoAttractive, durable and iff. Three lurge vans were required ordnance officer, chief sigperfectly constructed. of the lux- cate, chief nnd te remove all the contents nal eflicer acting Beautiful finish, elegant uriously furnished apartments. Mrs of the department of engineer officer Missouri, makdesign and perfect in oping separate reports in these varieration. ous capacities. Gen. Merriam reports a satisfactory condition of affairs in his department. ceutalng ti ja BOSS STEEL Deks-mnr- RANGES! LEONARD & LALLEY MARKET STREET. YOUTSEY IS BETTER. lie Is In ii Talr AVny te llecevcr, May III- - ltc- ami 111m Kiinu-c-l an Karly Hay. tit Ti-Ih- I JOHN W. PORTER. J.H. CUMMINGS. PORTER & CUMMINGS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. h x well-know- n s Del-cass-- Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 13. Youtsey was better Friday night. He seems MATSVILZE. KT te underst'ind, and obeys what the 17 B. becend nurses tell him, though he does net talk or answer questions. There is new les fear of brain fever, and it is possible the trial may be resumed en OF MAVSV1LLE, KY. Amirdav. His color remains geed, his breathing natural and his sleep quiet and Capital Meclc, 8 100,000 restful. Dr. Carrick says no opiates .Surplus,-30,000 have been given the prisoner since Tuesday night and that the continued stupor reults entirely from natural DOES A OEXEliAL XAXKIXO JiVSIXESS .au-eOccasional doses of strychnine ate ffiven him te st'multte itn, I, M HALL, tin' lie is theutrht te be in a fa!r w ly ' ' V Pi" A UCt, have .Neatly all CIIAs te u JAS. N. KIRK, Caslner the idea th.it he is shamming. rf. State National Bank, . 1 I're-.'le- M-r- . Vlce-Pre-s. Tin- - Halle. n Itaic. EAILWAY TIMECAUDS. Kiew, Ilussin, Oct. 13. The bal'oen Centaur", one of the contestants 'n Dt-iul- f ymmmAMwmmmmmMmsM a rK?.t cctv enn . 'fi7T?nta.tts Journal tt&SZLlSZlJl 1UK. Tni Tre Jtfr6UOICf sup-pese- Haii-MiMVa- anti-foreig- n six-roun- d as it new stands has very little chance of being accepted. The delegates seemed, it was learned, te be almost unanimous that the operators should first make concessions in the ether grievances before the increase is accepted by the mine workers. Great stress ivas laid en the necessity of ubelish-in- g the sliding scale and substituting therefer a tonnage basis en which te fix the rate of wages. The preposition of having the operators guarantee a fixed time for paying the advance was also thoroughly discussed, while net a few delegates said they would be satisfied with nothing but a mere liberal increase in wages The mode of procedure is a matter which is new occupying the attention of the labor leaders In case the convention comes te a definite understanding en some preposition, the question was asked hew the operators will be advised, in view of the fact that the latter 'have repeatedly said they would net recognize the union. President Mitchell will net discuss that phase of the question, and none of the ether labor leaders will venture an opinion Will Come te Ne Definite, Conelrmlen That the present convention will net come te a definite conclusion was the general opinen Friday night. It is the opinion of several leaders that the convention as at present constituted is a little unwieldy. There was n movement en feet Friday having for its object the submisisen of the various prepositions as they are suggested by the delegates te a committee appointed by the convention for consideration, this committee te report te cither this or a second convention. This movement, however, did net gain much of a start. Seme of the delegates think that the whole suhject should be left in the hands of the national officers, as 'hinted nt by President Mitchell in his brief remarks just before the convention went into secret session. Mr. Mitchell is very popular among ithe miners, as was shown by the enthusiasm displayed as he delivered his opening Nad- - the ten per cent, preposition Hart was present and angrily an. tearfully protested against the re nieval of what she claimed te be hei own personal property. race from Paris ti Cetnte Henry le He was aeeempanid en his journey by Cemu ( astillen de Pt. Victer, who hell thi' previous balloon record, from Pars Te Westervviek, 'Srie miles. The Kiew voyage occupied 30 hours, The distance between Paris and Kievv is 1,1 the lone-distanc- e Iius.M.i, has arrived. l.i Vnul is the record-breake- r. 5.45 1 .f m r s. a in is p m MAVsMLLK IllVIMO.V. Xmra, H.Uam 1 1 All train-- , dull Maysville. . except s,unrtay. AHm-.AL.-- i AT MAYhVILLK. ' miles--. Kiutt I V 'W, v" .V H. & i. ....: - h It was reported triday night that or mere persons familiar vvitl the affairs of the Elizabeth bank wen suspected of having been confederates of Schreiber and that an an est might be expected but un te a lati hour no confirmation of the report hud been obtained. While there are rumors that tlu whereabouts of Schreiber are practically known, there was nothing at Klbabeth Friday night te confirm such reports. The belief is still gen eral that he is somewhere nearby and has net gene te Europe as has been reported. . SlnrtlliiK Development). .Startling developments, it is asserted, may come out of all this, enabling the bank te recover $15,000 and Mrs Hart te keep her property, and, what is mere important, te be freed of all. When the writs were served first en Mrs. Hart she said she could prove that she had "ether friends" who had given her the rich treasure which the bank had claimed its defaulting bookkeeper had given her. If Mrs. Hart persists in making a complete statement in court about her sources of wealth it is alleged she will state necessarily the names of these men. 1. DimiiiiimI for Iiiileiaiiity Londen, Oct. 13. The L'nited States, according te n special dispatch from Tangier, have renewed their demand upon the government of Morocco for $5,000 as indemnity for the family of Marcus Azagui, a naturalized American citizen, who was murdered by a mob ut Fez last June. CeiiicreaN Mimt Determine. Washington, Oct. 13. It is undcr-Btoe- d thnt the final disposition of the silver, some $275,000 in amount, tnken by the American marines at the capmay be determined ture Of Tien-Tsi- n by congress. In the meantime the silver Js beincr treated as a trust fund. one Kvpt-cti-ilItt-iu-v-v Schreiber Had Confederates. MARKET KEP0K1. Cincinnati, Oct. 12. FLOl'Il Spring fancy, $3.5t)fri 3.7 ; family, 3.10(0.3.5; patent, $4W4 4'; famiK, winter fancy, $3.40(fi3.75; SLVJOfTj.l.'-'-O; Wt-ft- t 1 l Mjially. Ne lMfWatu' .mi.:. i:3.i t m e. is...lur lnit Ne. ar.. 6:00 1 re. i ..J0H1 r m- Ne. 19.. 5.30 a mt e. 1.. am Ne. 17 s.Wam Ne.S 3rJ)pra rut Ne. 1A.-I.30- Uall) except sunday. Frankfort, patent, S3.'J0(u4.10; fair te geed packers,, $1.90( fair te geed light, $4.S5(Tt5.15; $4(ii l.s5. roughs, common and Cattle Fair te geed shippers, $4.5arui $5.25; geed te choice butchers, $4.'0 (i5; fair te medium butchers, $3.5()(5t Sheep $4.40; common, $2.75(n3.25. Extras, $3.75((?3.90; geed te choice, $2.90(;3.G5; common te fair, $2(2.75. Lambs Extras, $5.15(fr5.25; geed te choice, $4.35(a5.10; common te fair, $3.254.25. Veal Calves Fair te geed light, $fl.25(u7; common and large, S5 15; $5.05; ritA.SKFOltT AM CarlUle and I'IM'INNATI KAIL.1VAV Majtviilt. $2.90(11.1.10. Jtml Down V A I'AIlt- - AND K. C. Jiead Uj). GUAIX Wheat Offering continue - u. A. M. r. w P.M. 1:00 small; Xe. 2 ml quotable at 7te en 2U0 6.20 Lv. .. Klcbwenn....Ar A. M, 7:20 track; sales: sample red, track, at 2.M 5:45 " ....Winchester.... " 11:42 6:18 IS " Maysvllle .... 8.30 0 0 " . . ParN 71c. Cern Xe. 2 mixed quotable sit " 8:40 . 6 17 10 2s " ,....Oeeri!etunn ... " 7.60 6:10 A2S en track. Oats Sales: Refect42;.c 1120 Ar Frankfort. .. L 240 ed, mixed, 'track, at 22c; Xe. 3 white, track, at 2te; Xe. 2 mixed, track, at 23c. iiiiJiiilUjaX VAXOKHHII.T KWSTE3I. CLEVELAXD, LIVE STOCK He's Select shipCIA'iIXXJtt, per?, $5 15; select butchers, $5.05 a CJriCAOOmul H1 I ?2.1S(i.J0; low grade, $1.90(?i2.1O; northwestern rye, $.90(a3.10; city de, etr.i, ffl tT. LOWS SiClKr5 JiTWrrav I'IWWjWl'KH J Tickets en aalp atthpp.&nd 0. station In this dry (or all pelutH en this read. Hours of arrival and departure are at Cincinnati. filVlMON. sail ir-- r. Xlt'M. tl:lep 8.30 a m cniCAoe.sT, I'KOKIA tens anjj l'eerl--..- Arrtitt. 5 m 00p ru uj a m : 30p m ....- - Chicago Special.. ... Leuis, ......bt. Indianapolis ..Cblcacc, St. Leuis. PeerUv... ... ... OS :0 ts.-o-e tUCTpm pm pm pm pm V'M 'Pally. Pall7 except Hunday. $3.50(a0. 54.80. Chicago. Oct. 12. Wheat November, 75V,(?T75c; December, 75(Fi7rtc. Cern November, 37ys37Vic; December, 34ty,c; May, 35y,c. Oats NovemDecember, 22(Ti22"sC. ber. East Imffale, N. Y., Oct. 12. Cattle Market in fair position; calves higher; choice te extra, $7.75(Jis; geed te choice, $7.25(7.75. Sheep and Lambs Choice te extra lambs, $5.'0 5.C5; geed te choice, $5.25(fi5.5(); common te fair, $4.255; hheep, mixed, $.254.50; wethers, $4.25 ewes, $3.75(jV5.25; $4.50; Canadian Hogs Steady; lambs, $5.305.75. heavy, $5.30(5.5.35; mixed, $5.30(?M.35; Yorkers, $5.205.25; pigs, $5.105.20; grassers, $3(25.20; roughs, ?i.;.J ; . Xwwi. a OH O DIVIxIOK. KAKT. Tit. --. t, Arrive, 11.11 - Is ' '12.18 p mi I PhlladI n, Baltimore, ml Whi'i- ?Plilw.New Yerk.! MiKsiwirri division. WOPTJI. n la ffPT, . 1:am T..!stfI!f,.?s"yft US SILeuUt " -..,, SSOam sen pm te a in 6:18 a m ... St. LoeIs.. ? New Oris J 70 aw UiWam klM 1 m i iujuiycicepiMunaaj tvs i n vn . m: j F$ M ' i"i "r i BggBtraH i ja. mrj.- - r P ' . L 4 i - k t 4K rrrr UVVV PA VICTIM OF INQUISITION. m f'-- tf - ReyAL The absolutely pure THIS I will ' sn r ,i n CtmiwifreltiJ IWime. Kl fr : BAKING POWDER 0 l A"" the most celebrated of all the baking powders in the ROYAL world c elebrated for its great leavening strength and purity. It makes your cakes, biscuit, bread, etc., Is healthful; it assures J ; j i i :..) . A 'i X'' H t you against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with the cheap brands. Alum JpBl ST., NEW YORK. 1,111 & '' i ?. , f " . ROYAL BAKING baling powders are low priced, as alum costs but two cents a pound; but alum is a corresKc poison and it renders the baking powder dangerous te use in feed. POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM Georgetown Courtroom en Tuesday night In the trial of Henry Yeutsoy, It furnishes no occasion for surprise. Human endnrance has Its limitations. Torture carried te suftlcient excess will break the strengost physical organism and wreck the best balanced mental equipment. It was in this theory that the Spanish Inquisition had its existence. The Kentucky Inquisition Is of equal atrocity. It bears similar fruit. The Court at Georgetown and at Frankfort, which is the same, is net a Court of Justice It is a political tribunal of conviction. Prostituted from its high province of protecting the individual from the community, as well as the community frqm the individual, It has in no instance involving an inquiry affecting the rights of the poeplo versus Goebolism deviated eno Jet from te the prejudice of the people. The same condition has ob' tained In the trial of individuals whom A new remedy for blllleusness Is new en sale at J. Goebolism has marked for destruction. drugstore. Ills called A Partisan, from the Judge en the Jas. Weeds Ben's and Liver Tablets. ItChamgives berlain's Btetnach bench te the lowest petty efllcer in quick relief nnd n prevent tbe attack If gleu upon the lobby, its fitting In as seen as the first Indication of tbe disease appears. scriptien of welcemo te all accused by Price, 25 cents per box. Sample free at J. Jas. this vengeful herdo of political pariahs Weed A Hen, Pmrglsts. is "Who enters here leaves hope NOW 18 TllKTIME TO BUY YOUR It could net fellow In any apsummonproach at fair and impartial ing of Jury venire that threo panels could possibly be drawn, each of which was compesod of eleven pronounced Geebol Democrats and the twelfth man, UNDER of equal political bias, a mero masquer-ade- . The laws of chance are all against JUST RECEIVED, It. But the laws of chance were A LARGE SHIPMENT. guarded against with rare caution. of physical and mental Ladles' Ribbed Vests'. He After months Ladles' Ribbed Union lie torture, endured In confinement that Misses' Union Suits Suits lie JHcsuli has. been one continuous inquisition, Men's Underwear... Men's Undernear UOcsult 2ic aud 4c is exhausted. Ladles' Kmicy Hklrts human ondurauce Ladles' Fancy Hese. 10c Badgered by agents of Intimidation Uents' Fancy Hese. iec Oenu' .J9c of corruption, with Clouts' Fancy Shirts rts and emissaries Working Sh 24c 2ic, sie and 4'jc home despoiled and family broken, Corsets. Cull and examine our stock before butng. physical collapse comes In natura) soquencc. Weakened and nervous 111 ." Startling as was the scene In the Yeutsoy et terturo, Henry arraigned bofero a Jury cheson to convict In a Court that makes palpable and epon presumption of his guilt. Confronted by a profession of confession that, howeyor false, he is powerless, In these prejudiced circumstances, te successfully controvert, he reads his deem. He knows his trjal is a meckory and his conviction predestined. His innocence or his guilt has nothing to de with tlje case, He is condemned bofere trial and his trial is a farce. This knowledge Is his terturo. it ia net matter of surprise that his reason Is. dqthroned and that despnlr takes form of frenzy. He pretests the lnnocence he is hopeless of establishHe ing in this Court of cries out against injustice. It is the helpless wail of a man bofere a Court sworn te pretoct overy citizen in Ills unimpeached innocenco turned Inte an inquisition for the wreaking of political and porsenal vengefulncss. from these months 1b NO FAKE! , continue te sell all flie Furniture in my house if Cost, I as long as I have any. will sell the entire stock and rent the house to any one who wants te embark in tjie business, and willv make a showing of what I have done and am doing. CHARLES H. WHITE 4m WINTER CLOTHING! dyAtvi-''t- f "j8' Fj MJPJ Kleece-dne- d MILLINERY ?ssAJffl .y&S ,wwrvwsf vyv Goods te Please all Tastes, T 51 PUBLICLEDGER i . conducted by Elder Willis clesod last Friday evening with several additions. Mrs. Evallne Power returned te her home atFlemlngsburg Saturday after a Tislt to her, daughter, Mrs. Charles Foxworthy. Dr. A. M. Walllrigferd, Jr., and wife, ilrs. Bettle Glascock, Mrs. Bettle Walllrigeord and Mrs. Jeshua Walllngferd and son attended the meeting of the Presbytery at Flemlngsburg Wednesday. R. T. Beckett and family of Mays-vlll- e are here visiting relatives and looking after his lnterests, having recently purchased the James O'Bannen residence- and land adjoining, owned - Tubes, 7a cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. On account of Illness, Miss Margaret Mrs. Paul Glascock. Ingels was unable to fill her campaign Rev. M. S. Clark and Hew Kidwell engagement at Flemlngsburg Thursare engaged in a meeting at Beechburg. day evening. Themas Carpenter of Maysville Is In anaemia and me.it women's ailments visiting his sister, Mrs. Celeman Vice. tne digestion Is weak, the making of color, tlesh nnd strength out of Is ImMrs. Emma Swartz of near Mt. Olivet perfect se that the patient Is feed. wan, weak, nervous and dyspeptic. This condition Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles can be corrected by taking a course or Kelly. Herblne. Price. 50 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Ce. O. W. Davis and H. B. Norwood Polk Miller, the well known lecturer, were In Poplar Plains en business will be ut Winchester next Wednesday Tuesday. Charles Shekell and family spent under the auspices of the Daughters of several days recently with his father at the Confederacy. Lexington. Happiness depends very much en the and kidneys. Ernest Dobyns and wife of Wedenla condition of tne liver little Impression The en Ills of nfe make but guests of her mother, Mrs. Perry these whose digestion is geed. Yeu can Aere regulate your kklnes and liver with Gorden, a few days age. Herblne and enjoy health nnd buoyancy spirits. Price, 60 cents. J. Jas. Weed Several teachers from this part of the ei Sen. & county are attending the Institute at The population of the state of ConFlemlngsburg this week. necticut, as etlicially announced by OrangeMrs. William Mayhugh of is 108,355. In burg spent several days last week with the Census Bureau was 740,258. 1890 the population The Mrs. Weed Bramel. her daughter, census for this year shows an Increase The meeting at the Christian Church of 162,097, or 21.7 per cent. Mrs. Sarah Strode is the truest of m m Ailxfrtitementt under the heading! of "Help and nights I suffered agony unWanted," "Situation! an attack The editor of the Ferdvllle. Ky., Mis- told from cucumb-n,- " et cholera merbus brought en Wanted," "Lett" and "Found," and rA exceeding says M.E. Lewther, Clerk cellaneous, writes as a postscript te a bus- by eating "1 was cured of kidney of the District Court, Centen llle, low a. "I thought three llnet in length, are FREE te all. iness letter: trouble by taking Feley's Kidney Cure." I should surely die, and tried a dozen dlUercnt V2T Inserted J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce medlclues, but all te no purpose. I sent for a bet wltlient pny. , lie of Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera and Dlurrbwa Mr. W. T. Berry, formerly of this city, If aniwcri fail te come tht flril time, tee invite at relleved Is new bookkeeper of the Heuse of Remedy and three doses by J. Jas. me entirely." man repetition! at are necettary te tecure what you Weed A. Sen, adi ertlte This remedy Is for sale Cbrreapendentt will pleate give facta at briefly at Refuge at Cincinnati. for. We with advertltcrt te feel that they Druggists. are net impeting en u by uting our free columns. petttblc. IVhen anything of great importance eccuri There nre thousands of people suffering ute tht Telegraph or the Tclejihene at our ezpente. The next meeting of 'the Kentucky IXBAdvertttert UVBT furnlth copy, which can be untold torture from piles, because of the popular Impression that they can net be Synod of the Presbyterian Church and left at the office or tent by mail. THE PUBLIC LEDGER, cured. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment the Weman's State Beard of Missions, will cure them and the patient will reML CARMEL. A'e. 10 Eatt Third Street. main cured. Price, CO cents In bottles. Just adjourned at Flemlngsburg, will m mfTi& n I MAVSVILLE. KT. . y V yfi '( ' jmp H --v iV. There are new C9 white and 105 colored boys at the Reform Schoel at Lexington. e have seen the frail Infant when the faint struggle for existence seemed almost ended, resuscitated and made strong tne use et wnitca uream vermuuge. i 'rice, x cents, j. Jas. weed cc aen. Hen. Bennett H. Yeung will be the ' Democratic orator in this city Monday, October 22(1. di The RACKET STORE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN. West Second street. MAY9VII.LE. KY and a "stitch dose of Baliard's Horoheund Syrup at cold will save you the bclnnlng of a many weary lieurs and even days of distressing and harassing cough. Price, 25 nnd CO cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. A In time saves nine," west Second Street. Prices te Suit all Purses... f telephone igs. 13 The Robertsen Advance has lately been enlarged and Improved In appear, ance generally. "Fer three da s spttepltt's C&eimttfi Ne Cliargel Bulna Advci-tUemcnta MSmK NEW FALL GOODS Arriving daily nt New Yerk Stere of Hajs & Ce. A big let or be held at Lebanon. Jfelp &)anted. ROUGH NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality, Lest Viger nod Manhood Care Impotency. Night Emissions, Less of Mem. ery, nil wasting diseases, e all offects et or excess and indiscretion. Gelf-abn- but Advertftrmrntt under thii heading interted free; auvertittrt mutt furnlth the cepyt Y rANTED BOY Te work In cigar shop. Aii uy te '. UKViMS ecn lw RIDER Situations Wanted. Adverthrmentt under thin heading interted free; but advertlftt mutt furnlth the copy. ANTED WOHK-- A half day's housework eacn day. Apply te 3Ui East fourth sirerit. ictl2lw A nerve tonle and .bleed builder. Brines PILLS the pink slew te pole Kaffc checks end restores tbe 11 re of venth. B7 mail ISOa eer box. Q boxea for 82.00, with our bankable gnurontee to cure or refund the money paid. Send for circular and copy et our bankable guarantee bend. 60 HATS Hnlir WORTH 31. CQr w MSiSiCjfV rTC Wanted. five Advrrlitemadt under thit heading, net acceding llnet, 10 eentt each tntertlen, or te centt a week. Positively gnnrnntoed euro for Leeo of Power, Ad rrttirmentt thtt heading, net exceeding Varicecele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs, five Unci, 10 centt undertntertlen, or 00 ccntt a week. each Paresis, Locemotor Ataxia, Nervetw Prostracorner OR tion, Hysterla, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and tbe Herond and I'eplar streets. Apply te JOHN Results of Eieosilve Use of Tobacco, Oplnm or O. ZWKIUART Liquor. Bv mall In plain package, 31.00 a iuari box, 6 for $0.00 with our bankable gnar- for Rent. See Our New Dress Goods. Cheaper Than Ever F antee bend te cure In money paid. Address SO days or refund Advert Itementt under thtt heading, net exceeding Clinten & Jacksen Sts CHICAGO, ILL five tinea, 10 centt each inter t ion, or SO centt a week. my property In Fer sale hy J. JAS. WOOD A 80N, Druggists, pORSALE-I'ROl'EHTY-JeBy Maysvllle, Ky. jl. rmnn ler suie en reasenauie lermn. II. T. All NERVITA MEDICAL CO. jfer.Jhfa. HAYS & CO. NEW YORK STORE. UOULDKN. OClt ! Te Step a Celd. After exposure or when you feel a cold coming en, take a dose of Feley's Heney and Tar. It never fails te step a cold If taken In time. Take nothing else. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. OSTEOPATHY Dr. C. S. KENNEDY. OFFICK-N- est. Adverlltcmentt under thtt hemltng interted free,' advertitm mutt furnlth the copy. MONEY Large amount of money, J either en Third, Alarket or Second between Mutten. Liberal reward If returned te this office. -- HOUR residence LOST PesturllceCream silk. 0Hetween Return to Tuesday at p. m. MRS. W. T. CUMMINS), 145 East Third street and ocjeat receive reward. LOST IiETTER-A- n en nnstamped. addressed street, Monday some place Second afternoon. I'leuse return te this efllce. but -- LAMPS 37c and 49c at TOILETWARE, DINNERWARE BRIC-A-BRAC. LADIES' DAY. Plans Fer Its Observance in This City Next Wednesday. The Beard of Trade Directory met last night te finish plans for Ladles' Day,whlch will be Wednesday, Octebor 17th. WEST SECOND STREET KSConsultatlen and examination free.SU O. 121 Largest Line, Newest Shapes, Nebbiest Decorations L.H. LANDMAN, M.D. Of Ne. Ml West Ninth street, Cincinnati, Ohie., will he at the Central ecUHw Hetel, Masvtlle, Ky., en THURSDAY, roenin. MReturnlng NOVEMBER 1st, 1900, Advertisement! under thtt heading Interted free; every first Thursday et each but ad vert iter $ mutt furnlil) the copy. "! 1 pound. Ever brought to the city at popular prices. A leek will convince you. Presents for all purposes, and you go away satisfied. See Jardinieres at 24c, 33c, iy'T. A. Cook. Vs ' J,M When suffering from a racking cough, Tar. tnke a close of Feley's Heney and warm and a The soreness will be relieved of the parts feeling and healing grateful a (Tec ted will be experienced. J. Jas. weed ,U Sen and Armstrong & Ce. Mr. Will Bradley of Versailles, a Director In the National Association of 3?ex Hunters, has arranged a match with two of his dogs, Sallle and Grade Hastings, against two dogs owned by cen-tost It Ilenln the LunKi. Ev fe' Mr. I. C. Vornenof Arkansas. The will take place In Nevomber at Klpley at he meeting of the Ohie Fex Hunters' Association, the conditions Being that the animals run until they He down. As the dogs matched are Is expected noted for thelr endurance, that the race will last several days. Wji will pay It was declded by the merchants te give no side attractions which would cost money and thereby frustrate a real Bargain Day, but te be mero business like and practical, just offer goods of The finest ever shown in the city, bofere yen buy. all classes at prices which would convince the women buyern that from twmwt)inm)iH)itemttOUR LEADERS lmtMfMHf(M"WW Maysville merchants they can get goods MOORE'S AIRTIGHT. FAVORITE OAKS, at a slight advance above cost new, fashionable, high class goods of a forGOODWILL RADIATORS, MONITOR HOT BLASTS. eign and domestic make. USTSpeciftl Retort for Slack Ceal; 20th Century Laurel, with frunrnn- New watch the various advertisements in TriK Lkdekk from today on. They tcctl lire pet, tlie finest neli coal Htove en the market. will tell you of the bargains and we rWGLANAHAN & gnarantee you'll find no hotter bargains anywhere than Maysville merchnnts TELEPHONE 110. 41 WEST SECOND 8TUEET. will olTer Wednesday- next, Octebor 17th. JI Loek !5rt7Healng Steves! BROWN'S A BOON mm CHINA. PAT Ar3P t. ...... .4. w,, ft Ne. 40 West Second Street, Maysville, Ky. MANKiNDi 4 D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE SHEA, !" ,' r L iU. rT"""' '2T. WSksmi - 9300 REWAIU): the above reward for any case of liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Blclc Headache, Constipation or Cestlvenesa we cannot Little Liver re with Llverlta, the 0urf wben the directions are strictly compiled with They ere purely Vegetable and neverall te kIvh satisfaction. Xc. boxes contain 100 tills, )0c. boxes contain l Pills, Be. boxes contain 15 Bd ImiUUena. P1IU, Beware of substitutions fcy mall, SHrep taken. Nervlt MesMeal CWeteM Jaeknw atteeta, Cfeleaxe, ft., Get. atte . DMctUt1 tL Pw Hr'J.Js;WtV 11 Wt a4 ur .v-- , "K tm t uf , Mf'VJ ie Ksh:, i It llappmneil III it Iru() Hlurn. "One day last winter a lady camp te my drugstore and nxked for n brand of cough medicine that I did net have In stock,' says Mr C II. Urandln, the popular druggist of Ontario, N. V. "She was disappointed and wanted te knew what cough preparation I could recommend. I said te ber that I could (reely recommend Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy, and that she could take a bottle et the remedy and after giving It a fair1 trial If sbe did net And It worth the money te bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid. In the course of a day or two the lady came backtn company with friend In. need of a cough medietas and advHed he; te by a bettle et Chamberlain's Cough Seated, consider tfeat a very geed reoemnf fixation for the .nwaedy," It t far sale bjr t. Vst it tyM. PWMlsts. WILL OPEN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2d. -- DRANCII SCHOOL OF- - Werk's Garment Cutter, The Great -- LADIES' TAILOR SYSTEM Me of St. Leuis, Js, r We have dedded te organize and teach a school In Ibis city where ladles, both old and young, can learn terui, niana maxeany garment worn ny mqiamuy. We are nrenared te tench veu this . ..are all exrert dreassiakere should ha taucut: our is tne v!tilila trade as It tailors actual measure. teacherfashions are published, giving ins eyniemInitrur complete same as usd by all The diagrams for drafting every garment worn by ladle, gentleuken and 'Children. yra win tlnns and maKe.yeu aiani-c- i, taaim' mner, Thev tradelll be valuable te you aa long as yen live, taii 1 4jne U. IWUUASURUAi at tbe school and see the system Sped si Traveling' A gap t and Manager J Hctioel. MlM III VkHMkHCY T. Cast, HaUcI ters and . Leck Mi miii BMBB,SpeeH!TM0br. WIRflK Assistant Managers. . Mum Limi fteerT, J JlftOwKllf MAVNVHXB, KY. M Market aMreef, OppgaUe reaJcMKee, ..:." T - A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of BSTTERNAIy EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT' PAIN , rWBsW I ifcV H i whef alC qrMm'nm &&$? BeRKfiJWlh'lJWJrf. . "sIsWUssBttsf rs ji jas, wea WsssjPsH 0 fi ctmc. ftl-'- aitmU. 4sV MrsMM fssssssM arTm-,xy- . Wkt0 Wll ! t 41 . tltH fr i 4".'. L f'&va :r r 'I' . 4 H-kw- - PUBLIC" LEDGER. MA-YSYrtiLte, KY., SATURDAY, 11 OCTOBER 13, 1900. " i 'I ... ",'" nS3B3pit'j-BBBBHBMBCJ " $ was combined Inte one district rejrard-lcf- s identifies itself with Geebellsm, The of population and small territory, Legislature that has just died ia ige- - ' regardless et population, Inte Demo- miny has done all it could te sead the cratic districts. In one Instance four Democratic party te the same dishonest Republican counties were allowed only grave. If the Demecrtalc party, or the one Representative In the Legislature, Republican party, or the Populist parte, T all of which was done in viola- or any ether party shall make this Se-b- el tion of the constitution of the State and conspiracy its own it brings upsat part of it in violation of the constitu- itself its own destruction, or the p- tion of the United States: and this. ioe. pie of Kentucky are no longer deeerviag although every member of the different of the right et whieh Legislatures had taken a solemn oath they will have that te support both of these Instrument. they liave sunk surrendered. And. d- - ,. te such denths of The Eleventh Congressional District, as radatlen the people of Kentucky nor enginaiiy constituted, was Democratic iieupie ei any ether Commonwealth. tie' u.J in'T1 by from 1,500 te 2,000. It was created for Vila TTnlnM L.u t ..it-.,". . & ?:j the benefit of Gen. Wolferd. who was elected by the Democrats te Congress. the Legislature leaves, it wnnirt hav ' Hut after the Republicans carried that been worse had net there been in the1 " and the Third, Ninth and Tenth Dis- Executive chair a Gevemnr viHlant tn. tricts, it became necessary te make some see his duty and courageous te de It 2 changes te prevent another Republican He was nmvnrlPQQ tnv rr,t, j ... a success, and tie Gedwas able te de the State soma ser-l- 'J he and fearing Democratic statesmen of y vie, ana ne was ever ; willing te get together and redlstrlcted the Fer this he will have the fhnnira i de it. P State and In doing se added Republican trietlc Kentuckians, whatever be tM their '"Jt counties t and took Democratic coun- party.'' . ties from the Eleventh. Finally, it was C determined te place all or nearly all the CONTINUAL DISREGARD DP T.JTO contiguous Republican counties in that Under this law the Democratic party district te prevent Republican success uuouiuie cunimi nr AVOrv nmmlr eleewhere, conand tonight it in Kentucky and In many Instances even, tains nineteen counties, with an minority representation was denied tW area mere than twice as larire K. ". as the JPa I states or Delaware and iUUUllLJII That General AemMv tifeniafl ln Rhede Island combined. The continued utter W. O. Bradley, who has thine transpired hi th Demeeratlc disregard for the constitution; in- - 'J additions from time te time et Republi- -been out of the Stats ter two mentha party te causa this wonderful revolu-e- n ii uua ueen Eorieusly doubted can counties te that district increased j law business, and has returned home tlen, wiiemer many of Its members knew Fer mere than thirty years It the Republican majority from time te tflPfrt , . .. Tuna mi.li u eui;" te make a speaking tour et the State, held unlimited and continuous sway, ,"""3 time, and for this shameful offense that and it is instrument, S agreed by all, or nearly all district in denounced and a wish delivercd his first address In the Audi- - and like all ether parties se situated "w expressed that It should be blown mere uuunsiiuia u, mat they cared no terlum In Louisville en Monday night It became negligent and corrupt and for its A observance te Hades. In that territory, regardless they did than for the observance te one of the greatest audiences ever finally the lllght et Tate In 1888, with et party, is embraced a brave, hardy an of alem laid down in assembled In the Falls City. The mere than $200,000 et the State's money. tha and patriotic people, net one of whom has ever been known te steal an office. Farmers'Almanac. In bold deflanceef the speech was a masterly review of the aroused the p.oeple and gave ferco te Constitution they enacted a But while the majority was large in National regulate Republican administration et affairs the movement which afterward cullaw te commerce among the' that district in 1S96, and in Louisville States, which As in Kentucky and the Natien and a pow- minated in Republican success. undertook te regulate the also, no contest was made or dreamed publication of dispatches collected at the tlme passed en the heresy of free all erful arraignment of the Qeebel-Beck-haof because it was well known that the expense of the Associated Press. They result was both natural and proper, Democracy and its Saturnalia of ver found its way Inte the Democratic passed a bill te relieve one newspaper lawlessness. The speech In full fol- party. This waB the cause in 1895 and in the State from the GOEBEL FORCE BILL CONCEIVED. c.ucu an uie etners. law which gev- 1896 of the defection of thousends. eows: It They enacted "a In 1897 Sbaekleferd was nominated by law g ving a commlsisen the right te was succceded by the passage of the flx freights of railroads finally, allowing the Democrats for Clerk of the Court of Goebel law and the operations under Appeals, and owing te Republican quar- the reads no appeal and leaving them GOV. BRADLEY'S SPEECH. it before the election in 1899, which rels and a partial restoration of har- without remedy except such as they mony In the Democratic party, might obtain by attacking the constiof the caused the defection of thousands of We stand upon the thrcshheld carried the State by a plurality of tutionality of the measure. They passethors, and today all tha great Demomost momentous campaign ever waged mere than 18.C0O. Unfortunately, at the ed a bill, in open antagonism te the cratic leaders are found fighting same election an overwhelming Deme national constitution and the laws of in Kentncky. A campaign which Inagainst the nominee of the cratic majority was elected te both Congress, by which they undertook te ' volves the financial and commercial Houses of the General Assembly. Such regulate the making of contracts in se Democracy. These leaders organprosperity as well as the honor of the a Legislature never assembled before, far as they might provide the manner ized the Democratic party after the One that involves the prosnation. but bad as It was. it was sacceeded by of payment They enacted a law war, they wen Its victories, they proa worse. In the meanwhllQ, from 1895 rymanderlng the Appellate districts eC $3 perity of the State, and above all the Its first majority and Increased tzi te 1897 it had been demonstrated that liip nrnrn tti nnan v.iMin.iAK ei ..t conme liberty of Its people. In such an hour cured !"" nuiauuu Democratic Buccess in Kentucky could stitution. They passed bills by which it many thousands. Tedaj', the It behooves us te investigate carefully leadership no longer be counted en with anything they donated the money of the State and brains of the Demthe issues that confront us and, of like certainty. Toe many of the great mumuuuia, liiey repealed V W. O. BRADLEY. ocratic party are with us and in the men of the party had fallen away, toe C4.u must euective section et the mob. whatever party, to cast our votes for main theso who were followers in the many new Issues had crept Inte the law. I might mention many ethers did the cause of right and justice. It has past Cnm party. It was no longer the party of tlnin nprmlt have become Its leaders of today. premiuraeonbanksteck, etc., was found was given r vl 41 vicious ks constantly been asserted by Demothat theso armed men were Carlisle. Breckinridge, Lindsay and iaw s were KilledmuJDveto. uiesehas by One The grand army which enco swept the among Republican assets which had preparing beenv.$3 te take actual possession of Buckner; It contained no longer a ma Uc.,uieu uucunsuiuuenai by the Court 7 A cratic speakers during this campaign State with immense majorities haa net jerity of the brave Confederate soldiers 04 Appeals. A bill n&KKrrt nf the e been eredlted te the proper fund. the Stale Capital. that the Republican party is a party been disorganized and decimated. It Ne such trouble as this confronted the Upen the filing of these papers .nnd who hail risked their lives and for sieu similar te that vetoed in irqs of outlaws andassasslns. If this be true Uerning railroads has been declared un- hns" metiwlth tunes for what, they believed te be right NoRepublican party lit 1895, for the reception of this Information State In 18G1, and had shown themselves will uuubuuuienai ey the United it should be condemned by all honor vember next three defeats .and In States. will meet its Waterloo. of indebtedness no money could Guards were called out te protect the ing te again risk them In 189C. able men; but if It be false and pellMcal Ne stronger tuuru reason could be ehnwn hnve been Sound anywhere with a public peace and the members of the slanderers are running ever the State te prevo In 1S97 Democratic County Judges that the Democratic organiza- search warrant. It is true we found General Assembly. After the adjourn- were elected In Jeffersen. Kenten, ,GOEBEL LAW T.aet" vdib like be many ravening wolves or crawltion of today does net deserve and will two ,.,! But the most renrahonnihTe turnpikes which had been lest by ment et the Legislature it was openly Campbell and in every county containmany poisonous ing ever it llke se net obtain success. And the fact our predecessors and dropped from the and boldly stated by one of theso act- ing a city except Christian, the Republi- of all was the enforcement of the elec- -i howling or hissing their foul cans only electing 40 of the 119 County WJ- that these great leader are today assets of the sinking fund for many ively engaged eed I tell you hew'; ',aw abuse, then the sober thinking men of ,iu this conduct, Judges of the State. These Judges had that law, "Jbad as it was in ,.- -. 1 with the Republican party furnishes years, during power under the old law te anneint made infinitely worse in all which time they did that had It net been for the action of the the Commonwealth should by an aval-anc- convincing proof enforcement that that party is net pay a cent te State. It is charged the Governer the loved ones at home all the election efllcprs ct the Common ieung. aggressive men were appointed-?- , 5" et votes bury them from eight net wealth. But notwithstanding this fact, ...vv.a in lue e,ecuen en the Deme--.composed of outlaws and assasJ that the levenups collected In 1899, would have calmly turned down tlie Democratic politicians were unwilling te cratic side; old men, forever. sins. feeble in mind or which properly went te the common sheets from the concerted faces of men! risk another contest bcieie the people proper solution of these matters The J; irequentiy or bad character, were The advocacy of dishonest money, school fund of 1900, were paid on the at the canltil ami said "Hew natural They Hint they did net deserve appointed. e;er the pretest of Renubli- - 71 renders It necessary that we should gentlemen who Fer this pi'csenatlen e! success, and hence these the party which van committees, for theRepublicans.-In-specte- is ... recur te the history of the past And the endorsement of anarchism, viola Indebtedness of 1899, te the e.xtuit of he leeks." had come into contiel of in manv lomlltiae .Pe tiens et me constitution m tlie pa mero than $100,000. This may be the public peace, this saving the State enco counted its majority nearly 100,000 lowed te enter the booths before doing this you must allow me and witness of vicious legislation and the dis- true, but if It is, its worst Courier-Journal- 's fiem the d'sgrace of riot and murder, and which then had three-fourtfeature will of the count of the vetes: lmitnie mer- i ) te commend the expression In an editorial et June 9 in franchisement of the poeple by the be found in the fact that It was the this enforcement et law and erdor, the the election machinery in Its hands, tentlenally and fraudniAntip mn. i..v3 Democratic party of today has led te repetition of a Democratic precedent, Governer was denounced at the tlme, were unwilling te go betfore the Democratic officers se as te afford which it was said: cu.e for throwing them out Men people tinder the old law. Hence, or the great leaders of that party having before it went out but is new sustalned by the entire law began for the first time the cry of fraud the Republican party who the the desertion can read "Ne Republican 'H past. of power in 1S95, taken revenue be- abiding element of every party in the against a party which had struggled able te lead or write were were net Courier-Journunless he be an the appointed from 39.000 te 227,000 voters In the State, longing to the school fund et 189G and State. isuihsi tue objection et the Re-- il Intelligent mau. Be he never se of the publicans and In open defiance of law-- ! paid it en the Indebtedness of 1S93, te At that session- - the Legislature notwithstanding three-fourtwedded te his Republicanism and we FOUR YEARS OF REPUBLICANISM . ........ election machinery had been under the rntlmlilnt Inn 1,,, ijuiiueinen. uj roughs was earnestly besought by net only respect differences of opinion, There was a time when the cry of the extent of mero than $100,000. the contiel of the Democrats. It was there or bullies. was common in many le- I Bee the charge made in a Demo- Governer te enact laws te pre- fore announced that an election law but also stubborn loyalty te lifetlme "nigger equality" was a sufficient an nnu practiced de- i.ci; was tn resorted m !. cratic hand bill that money was paid vent mob violence, te save the cred- was necessary te prevent the Republi iiij associations be he never se rank a swer te the strongest Republican arcans from stealing the State. This was thousands were prevented from voting-- 1 partisan, be will knew that we would, gument But that time has fortunate- in Nevomber te the State Guard In it of the State by providing for the another case of Vj .,11 ,... 4.,4. . the lamb muddying the but ftesnltn M1, 4. una, iiuLwiLiisinnninc and net less than eno of his own news. ly passed and the calm and deliberate Loulsville when no order had been payment of Democratic indebtedness, waters, although in the stream below they were deprived of 40,000 votes, the'' paper organs, spurn the ascription Judgment of men new decides great is raade calling them out. The record et and advance the material geed and the wolf. Senater Goebel wl h censum Kepublicans were successful w than that he does net loathe murder as much sues that are presented. In 1S95 the the Executive department will show the prosperity of the Commonwealth in mate leadership. Inflexibility of purpose te 2,300. This was a stunnimr hwO J the Democrats. Thn nvein 1..' erdor nnd the reason for making it, many respects. This they Indignantly and unbending partisanship was placed as we loathe It, and equally with him Republicans came into power. They at the head et this movement. The mi franchisement agreed en num.1? assumption that anybody found the State buildings out of re- and this fact was well known at the declined te de and adjourned without nerity made a manly struggle but fail- cientiy large; there were was net denounce the mere persons! accomplishing anything. ed. A veto was Interposed which was voting against the ticket than nv.t is responsible for the assassination et pair, the treasury comparatively eraply, tlme the charge was made. In consequence of this open sympa- everriden and the law enacted which pected; the machinery had net beenM William Goebel except these who may a floating indebtedness which whfn uiier.uea. se that, when thwui'i thy with mobs the spirit increased stiuck down local be proved and found guilty of the mur- absorbed by warrants exceeded $1,500.-00- 0, BRUTE FORCE IN POLITICS. a law which was In open vio- covered from their until the celebrated turnpike raids and lation of the constitution; a law which defeated statesmen astnntRhtnent .kd a .bended indebtedness of moie Frem the tlme the Republicans came That much ought te go 'withder. suddenly discovered the piebs in Western Kentucky brevght delivered the people et the State bound that thev hnrf hn 44 ? ja than $000,000 aside from the education- Inte power in 1S95 te this, out saying." -there has began the cry of fraud, ucnuumm aim M tlssue ballets,. .VI It all the Democratic speakers had al bends, the credit of the State se been an element in the Democratic the State Inte national disrepute. The hand and feet Inte the hands of the mllltiirv ntArnvnna State Election Commissioners, all of i4iu-4- . ' taken this position in Kentucky the rieusly Impaired, 500 idle men In the party, known today as the Beckham De- credit of the State continued te go whom were members of the same pe ten thousandvv)vi.c( 1u1.4ii11nH.Tinn nr bold bad Democrats hw down until claims against it were litical party. Of this measure and at tampaign would have been pitched penltentiaries, and the treasury unable mocracy, who felt that the State of 1 ; 2w semiers were; te pay current expenses. pen a higher plane. Although i.emucKy oeiengea te them ey pre- bought as cheaply as 25 per cent dis- tendant circumstances The Courier- - placed in the armory, out et sight and? hearing of the voters te preserve the count .and the failure of the General Journal said: opposed mere or less during the time, scription by reason of their long actycm.u. iu mi rair minded men these: at the eud et four years the outgoing ual, adverse and continuous possession, Assembly made it imperatively necesTHE DECLINE OF DEMOCRACY. claims were known te be false and atf-sary in 1897 for the Governer te recon DENOUNCED BY recurring to the past: The Re- Republican administration Jeft all the But peared ridiculous. But the leaders msrj nnd that it was nothing less than crimCOURIER-JOURNAvene It, at an expense of $70,000, te de publican party in this State was at public buildings, including penitentiar- inal uu for the Republicans te take con"It Is idle te plead that reputable men iuu utniiuinea mat "ignorant niggers; the very things It refused te de in eno time, comparatively speaking, but ies and asylums in repair, te which trol. wnite mountaineers" should netil put at the head ei this parti- iuiv, ana a contest was launched have been A . 1S!1R . .. Mn n.-- .i a baker s dozen. It was confronted were added many substantial Improve , "" "" "waieu payment 01 tne san oligarchy. They cannot change its mia areugnr. mere discredit en the which! ThP. r!0,, by all the prejudice growing out of the ments; the penitentiary cenIcts nearcharacter; they cannot lift It up; It uiau any ether eno thing In State! 'inevitable and alUitsi must Inevitably draw them war nnd the prejudice against the Ne- ly all employed; a splendid work shop gracefully te the It nas feat!!, but Is net 0 material moment who down. this 4navu. it nas esirangea many! SlBtlnir In l.wf.lfM is en gro and theso who undertook te pjead at Eddyvllle erocted with money adnet suR. a law n3 the times demanded beard. engendered it It Is wholly a partisan beard; it terness among families and friends;mm his cause. Nearly all the wealth of the vanced by contractors for labor, the advancement of the best Interests of was enacted. IH is wholly Irresponsible te the neenle uua euuneu iuu very the State, undortoek te block nnd delay rounaatien of envi" State was in the hands of the Demo- General Assembly having refused te In 1S9C, came the election for Presi- whose acts it rules; It is a creature of ernment ,"?J every measure which suggested ImUp te this time, covering cratic party, whose leaders Beck, apprepriato n dollar for that purpeso; provement dent Meanwhile Mr. Bryan had been partisanship It Is bound te be an inor advancement, and te deg partisanship; It 13 outside four years, all the violations aofperioderj Carllsle, Lindsay, Breckinridge, current indebtedness paid; every dol- every nominated upon a platform which gave strument of our lawVtalll and beyond step of their successful adversa- premise entire system of gov- tha Brown, Buckner, Durham and ethors lar of the floating indebtedness cover et financial disaster and threat- ernment, ns devised and handed down gard revolutionary notions, all the of the rights et the people are ries. ened danger te the best interests of the by the fathers, who never dreamed of ce? were the peers, If net the superiors, of ed by warrants paid or money en hand jineu te tne iiecunam Democracy eftaij In 189G when they were about te leso rvnueiic. The c ty Of Leu svilla. In such en anomalous structure of theso in any ether State et the Union. te pay It; sufficient money in the treas-auto a United States Senater they, without ' wll,cu wcr centered te a large extent cracy In the schemg of Democracy. It ut(e( The Republicans had but one or two u wvay iDUlMJUU ei bonus issued by cannot exist with Democracy. One or , le?al rr-'ssis.TROOPS IN LOUISVILLE. V'I leaders et recognized experience. Their a previous . m T)tt the Hn . .. ?. 4jui. - a majority of mero than 12.000. Neth- -' say ether must fall: and we are frpe te "rgenerulB were meatly young men un- Houses of Reform for thn ,,k.m n' '6"a . in Kentucky yet we de net believe juusscu. vu Bruunaa qi contest et-t- were une tne interference Beaius-ai-arm- s te remove them from ing was mero natural than this nnH it will be Democracy. used te public life and .without expe- of the erring children of the State: Ui,a militia in Louisville, the ether th.Me' nothing less was expected by the Intellin "Political parties are useful and f of rience. t gent public who knew the condition et sary, but political parties must neces- of thin ballets in the mountain. state mean these grounds was without merit U, airairs, At eno time the Democratic mamere than a piratical raid upon efllce. uuiu uru resertea 10 as cloaks aaa exjority was in the neighborhood et 100,-0Political parties in a republic cannot cuses for escaping INFAMOUS GERRYMANDERING. US exist by the enslavement of the people. iicuuju iiuu punemingthe verdict et tkS votes. But despite all these disadpremium while v I me emcee. During all these years of Democratic When they attempt it they will be swept LV As te the charee of tha nu vantages, after a long struggld, which had congratulated ,t was stated that the lives e memo era supremacy In Kentucky, from time te from the earth as tinder before a con- military. A though tlees man la mniHimO m time, a villainous system of gerryman- flagration. Ne pnrty that ever was or the at times seemed hopeless, In 1895 the b0 account et soldiers at Lktrrtyj tn3egs;mrsrmCeunrCmIUm wi tawlM. rn dering was resorted te, by which the ever shall be welghd a feather in the Republicans carried the State by near- of .., .. Uftf,j.- -. ift,i iw,i. .j1B huuiu ceHciuue war. wey were I euiuuuuw ai)u lau. Republicans were substantially denrived scale Vith the right of the pcefle te sters; that they were a cfcaraeter ly, 9,000,plurallty. This ej, itself is & Complaint has f , u that sev- - ed and .w.. of representation In both. Ifeuses of the . refused te provide nav nmta. vetes m Hate them-eBtcdamu w(ee prBMee ceatamliMited- most ecmvInclBff arpuent that some. sral tkeHMfed d QiUfltti jRSBfn enlirth!')iiut'ifiSi?bUfc'-- u ueaerai AWBemeiy, ? ; . fJHBft up-air ei treeatm hutjayer .fl&MiMjM lillSrWfni-- f m MBS Wj. "", ' a1j.A ''froaaitlea'JNot t jzx ' Mty Pr ' WiPS-- ? .jfc v, . 39 SZZ?7XZrkw, 1 .r-T-T4Hii.wl yvwt Mty mb It that tt"ie true that .. "i jnnnsisfii. , iijr' tlMprre TV'l i )A 4 - ; 'fc'Vi "v LA v i?.?iF l The Old Warrior Addresses a Monster law-abidi- Meeting in the Louisville Auditorium in Behalf of Civil Liberty and Popular Government, y Ken-tuck- rf1 ' "u ' ., V H m new-fangl- -- ,. .." tftar-payme- nt Ber-pen- ts, he iff. lw' ge in'J 1 al ""'"" 11- --. uuui-i-essar- y m,i .i. r ...j.j . ucv-aus- e L. .,.i ....M...I"" ,. .uj'ZJZ21 ZT' Sto-vena- dir4 nmM. n.iminin.' 00 ,7 brr r 1 JPJ brr ?S' "w . . v,. rrr A i'ssss r.-- 'A' tJ" .,,,.,., At 1 " "i nv.'M"u "2' 3W1 cannr h; .ig&ms.Fj.- - .Tfc?'..- i; rtfVr41 iw -- wf aaeg h.A vWSJ ;u sa U33H a ' should leek with contempt upon the State for which the voter was set General Assembly waa final and su nip Her. interests that - ae;laeated. their city, and they were fc lesser lights. Net only la- - he a responsible, and should these who were nreme. in that Ide net chance that the Democratic, bloody but also a financial warrior. The prevented from voting thereby be disBut they seek te excuse themselves party Is. responsible for these outrages. m MMk bound by ties' of affection te charge et Balaklava pales Inte lnslgnlf-icanc- e franchised? Let Mr. Ceeley, the most by saying that they have la all things In It are thousands who de net tba thwM and beat Interests of. the city, when compared with that upon eminent authority en constitutional law resorted te the "forms et law." This we enddrse such notion- - I charge that the M mmt at Its residents. They were used V the bank at St. Albans. This Is net the In this country, answer the question, have seen in every Damecratic newspa conspirators who" concocted these mis- 'eaJr m a police force. Our "friends the GREAT FEAR OF A RIOT. first time that n warrior has removed At star page GIG he eayB: If any ac- per and heard from every Democratic erable schemes and engnged la this conaaewy" would have you hellove that the It has always been customary te his beets and said: tion was required of the authorities pre- stump. On this statement all stand tinuous violation of law are alone reQaveraer et the Commonwealth was n " liminary te the election and that which agreed. They did resort te the "FORMS sponsible. Mr. Beckham voted for that aeiMtanr tyrant They seem te forget equip the guard with necessary ammuold give ALL of law" forms without spirit shadows .. finvwnnr la ww"""" "W,,nwM :.V tkt rklla ihtt State forces,. mmmnnrtar. nition. After the large First Regiment "Who e'er shall dare) these beets dis- was taken was net such as teparticipate without substance! forms which pre- bill, wns a party te all the wrongs comamount et am place mitted, and he is Its beneflciary. Hence and may he had volunteered a et the the electors opportunity te and no mode was open te the electors vented an exposure of their rottenness, he should nnd will be condemned by the entered by the Legislature in tlme of munitien in the armory was removed Shall meet Bembastcs face te face." by which the officers might be com- and which concealed the true merits of people of Kentucky. war te assume active command te Frankfort. The Governer went te la the field, that he Is at all times Louisville by invitation te speak en But he says, thnt I made direful pelled te net, It would seem thnt such their case. The Savier of Mankind was Ne man who voted against Mr. Goebel the Chief Magistrate, the chief peace Saturday night before the election, ex threats en that occasion and made neglect, constituting as It would the dis- tried under the "forma et law' but that can afford te vete for Mr. Beckhniu. It pectins te go home the war justifying his crucifixion, the yete State, ecer of the duty etcharged with the follewlug day,from thereanother oupoint dren ofupon city of women andTe chil franchisement of the excluded electors, fact, instead ofnccusers infamous for all heN could netpassagefor Mr. aeebel or te the this must en general principles render th'e rendered his Louhnllle. et the seeing that the eoastUutlenal of the bill and the conduct of these who had it in charge laws are. executed, and for such purpose te speak en Monday If found neces splendid audience of ladles aud gentle-me- n whole election nugatory, for that cau time sary by the committee. I will propound a question and I net be called an election or the expresHe failed en may employ the military. They condemn But In response te all charges, befero the election in 1899, he surely theGovenier severelylnthlscasebecause Sunday te make the necessary cennec will thank jeu te answer you or no. sion of the popular sentiment when a Demearntlc orators have eno answer. cannot new vete for Mr. Beckham after he assumed personal command and did tien and was detained in the c ty Is this statement true. With 4,000 wit part of the electors have been nllewed They point te tin assassination of Mr. the niachlne has been put in full operof ation nnd the disfranchisement et the set turn ever the troops te the loeal Meanwhile, he was asked te remain ever nesses my the best people In his home te be lteard and the ethors, without be- Goebel and, holding up his garments, conjure the multltude te people aocempllsh'ed. favor further response seems ing guilty of fraud or negligence, have ,. peace officers, notwithstanding afflda and speak en Monday night nt the Au- city In condone their crlme of grand larceny, been excluded." vits bad been Sled before him by a ditorium, which he agreed te de if he unnecessary. But again, he says, that Governer Again at star page C21 he says: Ne man condemns that assassination number of reputable Democratic cltl could be provided transportation in NATIONAL ISSUES. seas, that the local peace officers could time te reach home en Tuesday te vote, Bradley Issued an order for the troops " mera than I. Ne man leaths mero the Or if by riots or othenviso There are Impertnnt national issues voters are intimidated and prevent- cowardly eutrago. The man or men aet vbe trusted. Sixty per cent of which was arranged. Great excitement te break Inte the booths and capture were sol developed in the city hourly. The May- ballet boxes and arrest election officers. ed from voting, Guards the election who are guilty deserve the most con new confronting the people, but ImportState these had gene from Leuis or had Issued a proclamation which Warrior Yeung knew this te be untrue, should be set aside altogether as hav- dlgn punishment. Between Mr. Geebel ant as they are they must, In Kentucky, dtersi who viUe Inte the army during the war with was interpreted by many as being a lie knew that the only order given was ing failed In the purpose for which it and myself there was no bitterness be subordinated te these which are of Spain and who en their return were menace rather than an effort te keep te execute the orders of a Democratic was called." Te the same effect Is the Our personal relations were of the most such tremendous local Importance. Our given the grandest reception and ova the peace. Ou .uenday the Democratic Judge of high character, who refused te decision of the Kentucky Court of Ap- agreeable character. I de net he3ltate first duty te te break the shackles that commissioners removed some seventy or lend himself te the dishonorable prac peals in Pendleton vs. Hecker, 100 Ky. te say that he was a man et fixed con bind us, se tbnt we may exercise the tlen the city ever gave. They forget that the statute is net mere election officers, who had been tices favored by ethers, and the latchet 726, and various decisions cited by vlctiens, reckless ceurago and a high most sacred right of freemen the right mandatory; that it does net declare that agreed upon by the Republicans, and of whose shoes Warrior Yeung is net Judge Ceeley. order et Intellect He was In truth in te vote and have- that vote coivnted. places, wie, Se, even If the charges relied en were comparably superior in every way te But I cannot refrain from contrasting the Governer SHALL place the militia appointed ethers In their Republicans, worthy te unloose. was claimed by the But no one should think strange of true the only honest action that could theso who surrounded and advised the last four years of Democratic rule la the hands et certain local authorities, It cofaith, were net with tH administration new drawing but declares that he MAT de It, leaving operate of their Goebel and would in the Incorrect statements et Warrior have been taken was te order another him Democrats with fche Yeung. He H se constituted that he election and allow the voters of the Dining his campaign he said that he te a close. During the former period, the. matter entirely In his discretion This pro- cannot correctly think and talk It'wQuld be a remarkable statute, which preveutlng a fair election. whole State te select their rulers. would net, If elected, sign any act property of every description materially Theio was once a little steamwhich repealed the election law, but declined in value, Interest wmj high, In the teeth of the constitution, should duced the most Intense excitement In hearing of the Governer a number er with a small boiler and a large whisprovide that the chief peace officer of the CONTEST COMMITTEES PACKED. justified it en every stump. But new money was hoarded, 47 per cent of the Commonwealth, however unfit by of the leading men of the city declared tle. When the whistle blew the beat When the committees were selected that he Is dead, and a Leglslature Ii the wage workers were idle, .compared reason of local passion or prejudice the that It was necessary for them te go te steed still, for there was net enough te try the contests he two houses had session, called for the express puipose with which the present strikes are ns local authorities might be, should be the polls armed in order te preserve steam to run the whistle and the beat 13S members; of these 53 were Repub- of amending nnd altering that law, his the melo hill te the mountain. Manucompelled te place troops in their their suffrages, and that they Intended at the same time. Se with Warrior licans and 10 Democrats, pretended friends, who are preparing factures were closed, se much se that' charge. There have been Instances in te de se. Affidavits were filed 6tatlng Yeung, when he thinks he is unable te making 63, and 75 Goebel Democrats, a te erect a monument te bra memory, there was but eno great prevailing, abthl3 State which demonstrate that the that the lewl peace officers were In a talk; when he talks he Is unable te dlffeicnce et only 12. sorbing trust necessitated and that was Yet when the should place upon It this Inscriptien: peace officers of .localities may them conspiracy te prevent a fair election think, for he has net the mental cali- committees were drawn ten Goebel "We endorsed him while living, but the "American Soup Trust" During and that, owing te the state of pub- bre te de both at the same time. This selves be engaged In strife with ethers Democrats and one Republican censti new that he la gene, and can be of me that tlme individuals, banks, railroads immiand that te turn ever soldiers te lic mind, riot and bloodshed wasappear- being true, he should be pitied rather tute the Governer's committee and nine further service te us, we will repeal or indeed, overy character of business was than blamed. them would result only in enabling nent. Inflainatery articles had Republicans substantially change the law that bears mere or less plunged into bankruptcy; We have been told by various Demo- Goebel Democrats and two them te crush their enemies rather than ed In the newspapers. In view of these the Lieutenant Governer's bis name, net because we love him less, mortgages were being steadily multiconstituted maintain the peace. Te say that the facts I icmalued ever, declining te cratic speakers that tioeps may net be committee. In ether words, en the two but because we love 'ourselves mere. plied, we were constantly increasing Governer may only call the militia into speak, anil ordered the regiment, which used en election day for any purpose, committees our National dabt and were unable were nineteen Democrats I think numbered only about 200, into but Judge Ceeley In ills constitutional action te turn them ever te ethers, te liquidate our Indebtedness te forMr. McQuewn and three Republicans. RETURN THE STOLEN OFFICES. would be te say that he may direct the armory for the purpose of keeping law lays down the rule, that they may in a recent speech undertook te excuse If this is a geed law, as stated by eign countries. In the midst of this the peace, giving them the strictest In be used en such occasions when it 13 ethers te de a thing which he cannot the stoutest hearts structiens. They were allowed te go shown that the ordinary peace force Is this by referring te the uncertainty of Mr. Beckham lu his message, why ex- fearful condition,We were de' himself. drawing and Instanced the committee in pend $100,000 for a special session te almost failed. then told In squads without unferms and vote insufficient te prevent threatened discontest In the Cen amend or change Its previsions. Is It by Mr. Bryan that the cause of all they did net go In uniforms or with orders. Star page 615. In this case it the He "stated that light that the people should be taxed this trouble wrfs the demonetlzntion MAKES A DIFFERENCE WHOSE OX guns in sight of a polling place in the was shown that the police force could stitutienal Convention. there were 86 Democrats and 14 Repub- this large sum simply because sorae one of silver, that the amount of money IS GORED. city during the time the election was net be relied en for any purpose. yet the Is net satisfied with Its previsions. Ne. In circulation would decrease, that And here I may digress for a moment being held. They did net go out of the New let It be borne In mind that the licans In that convention, and when sliver went down every product te say that no fault was found with armory In uniforms except te go te a examination of witnesses en the trial commlttee was about equally divided. My ft lands, this was net the reason for of the farmer would fellow, and that the It'' the Governer for placing troops in the hotel and get their meals. During the of the contest failed te show a single Air McQuewn is mistaken. There were the special session. The courts had armory en election day te prevent riot day I was appealed te for troops te go man of the 8,600 Democrats who it was 82 Democrats and 18 Republicans in that said that the only appeal from the ac- only salvation waa Its restoration. We and the committee was composed tion of the last Leglslature was te the were told by him thnt geld was a cowat the request of a Democratic Colonel to several polling places te make the claimed were se alarmed by the body, Republicans and C Democrats. I people. That appeal was being made. ard nnd If war should cemo upon the of the State Guard in 1S97. There was no Goebel Democrats cease their dilatory State Guard that they failed te vote. of 3 found with Gov. McCreary, after tactics and frauds by which they were With all the energy and activity will net go into a discussion of hew The conspirators who procured the pas- nation it would ckulk and hide, Involvfault Mayer Jacob called out the troops, for preventing many persons from voting, of the attorneys for the contestants, these commlttees were drawn, as that sage of this law saw the people, who had ing us in commercial disaster. But we have lived te see all these going te Louisville, as he Is reported in and In ether respects to take part In the assisted by the police, net one such man has been fully explained by many eth- been outraged nnd disfranchised, were ers and is understood by the people arising In their might te eendemn prophecies fail. The geld standard has as saying, for the election. This I refused most positivethe Courier-Journcould be found. In the fact! of all these purpose of ordering them out of the ser ly te de, saying I was there only te pre- facts the entire vote of the city of Lou- generally. Suffice It te say, it was diff- them at the polls. The clouds were been mero firmly fixed, prosperity has attended every business department. Republican names the icult authority; serve the peace If necessary. vice In defiance et the local isville. Republicans and Democrats, was box te find te find Democrats. hi I de gathering in the political horizon, the War has visited U9, but notwithstandand easy or Gov. Brown, who, being unwilling mutterings of indignation were heard After the polls had closed, a communi- excluded fiem the count. net charge that It was fraudulently like the rolling of distant thunder, the ing all this the Spaniards havobeen te risk the local authorities, went te cation was sent te me by Judge Teney, done, rather should I think it was done lightning justice driven from Cuba, the glory of Ameripeople's Louisville te take charge of the soldiers saying he had Issued an erdor to adof the arms has been which at least was about te descend manifested when Mr. ca's te prevent a prize fight. It Is all right mit inspectors te witness the count, DISFRANCHISED MOUNTAIN COUN- by mere commends itself for remarkable ndreit- - Beckham Cuba for Democratic Governors te ignore the which was being ignored and which and his advisers sought en land and sea, from TIES. ness. Thcse committees made reports shelter local authorities and take command et he was powerless te enforce. The State legislative halls te the Forbidden City of the in the New, the counties Empire, and America bus soldiers, but it Is all wrong for a Repub- Guards were then ordered te proceed te Johnsen as teMagoffin. The of Martin, without giving any facts upon which and undertook te abate the fury by al- Chinese statements and lican Governer. It Is even all right for assist In the enforcement of the Judge's of witnesses was contradictory as te they were based, and the Legislature tering the Instrument that brought se shown herself the first nation of the proceeded te vote at once without argu- much ti ouble and disgrace en the Cem world. Horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and a Republican Governer, at the Instance order. The voting was concluded at 4 whether or net the vote could be ment or reading one line of the mere wrongs every product of the farm has lncre.isid of a Democratic commander, te place o'clock. The guards did net leave the mined from the outside of the ballet, than 1,700 pages of typewritten testimo- menwealth. But if the law was sought In value, in many instances mero troops In the armory en election day, armory until after 7 o'clock p. m., at if Indeed forgiveness was being proa but theie ny. In the trial of all cases the evi- why net first surrender the stolen than doubled. Railroads have gene out but all wrong te place them under com- which time many of the pelliug places duced who was net that slnglu voter S he was deterred dence Is read in order that the Judge stated de, of the hands of receivers, mortgages mand of a Republican officer en elec- had been aonndened because the count from voting en ncieuut of the ballet, may Knew what are the facts, or at goods. But this they will never dnv. tion They are like the man who stele a hwe been cancelled, manufacturing has had been completed. They did net placp net one that a single vote was lest or &$But It Is also complained that the a single man in or take a single man gained by either party by reason of the least may make a show of fairness. But hoi se and went te the deacons of the Veen resumed, new plants erected and no such step was deemed necessary State. Guard of Louisville was improp- from any voting booth In the city. Ged new interests developed; the dream et them ballet, or that fraud was resorted te in here. They knew that Goebol was a church nnd besought one of te pray "Be-fecotton hns been realized; wagee erly created by the Governer. That a te forgive him. Said themr The next morning the Courier-Journany way; and the proof showed concluhave been increased Governer cannot' have a company musjeu can hope for forgiveness you cent In nearly every trem 10 te 30 per published a facetious article show- sively and without question that the Democrat and Tayler was a Republican, Industry, amountand this was amply sufficient Yeu all must return the property." "Oh, well," tered into the service unless the Coun- ing hew they had "marched up the hill vote east in these counties was substan- knew that there was but one election he replied, "Mister, I ty Judge should certify te him his con- and dewh again," doing absolutely don't want te de ing last yar te $765,000,000 mere than tially the same as that cst In the pre- held In your city In November last, and sent and endorsement. In ether words, nothing. But after it was found te be ceding that; what I want Is te be forgiven and in 1S9G; surplus Instead of deficits are thiee or four elections. In eth- - that en that day State officers and mem- allowed new shown In our revenues; our excess the County Judge Is the superior of the certain that the Republicans had been te keep the boss." no effect wlnt-oe- r bers et the Legislature were elected. ballets Governer and the citizen must leek te elected, the Democratic politicians and r words, the election had no New, my. friends, In view of the of experts ever imports Is mere than and en the candidate But these conscientious Democratic three times ns great as him for protection rather than the newspapers of Louisville awoke te a was prejudiced in the slightest decree, statesmen In the Heuse, although de- facts as they exist, who U respousible cratic rule; menoy may under DemoChief Executive et the State. Under the realization of the fact that the cenduci be borrowed for the condition of things? Who is reBallets similar te these usid In the ciding that no election was held for sponsible law the Governer may en his own me of the seldieis bud been alarming, In for the foul assassination of In New Yerk for 2& per cent Interest Republlcuu counties weie shown State officers, en account of intimidatien muster State Guards Inte the ser- consequence of which ten thousand three Mr. Geebel, who I have been ciedibly and every cloud that evorhung us then tion, and en that account disfranchising informed decllned te make the contest, has vanished bevfore the Mazing sun of vice In a city, or the County Judge may Democrats had remained away from the te have been used in Graves, Powell, Breathitt, Wolfe, all your people, during the same session Republican prosperity. recommend such a step and the Gov polls. and Knett. Bracken and perhaps ether Dem- decided that there was an election for goingby an accident was prevented from erner comply with his request. West and was en the next day was stated by the Contest Beard ocratic counties, the proof being con- the Legislature and disfranchised only It Yeu have been told that Immediately finally persuaded te change his mlndP FREE SILVER IS AN ISSUE. before the election an armory was rent- In their opinion that 8,000 Democrats, flicting as te whether or net the vote a sufficient number of Republicans to Frem 1S95 te this time the leaders of who would have voted for Mr. Goebel, could be scen from the back, but the rob two Republican members of their ed in Louisville and rlfies, ammunition what is called the Beckham wing of the Is But It Is said by some that free silver all no longer an issue. If this be true, and terrible Gatling guns were shipped weie prevented from voting because votes In while of these counties were places and gire them te Democrats. In Democratic party have been guilty of theso In the three Re- ether words, the Democrats were se the perpetration of n long line of un- thou It has been demonstrated boyend for the purpose of carry- they say that of the total registered counted, there 35,700 22,000 were registered as publican counties were excluded. It badly scared that their failure te vete ing the election for the Republicans. vote of lawful nets. They have defied public all doubt that Mr. Bryan Is neither docnor diagnostician, There never was a mere infamous false- Democrats and 13,700 a3 Republicans, was all wrong for Republican counties in the Governer's rare rendered the opinion; fchey have attempted te brew tor that his and Mr. Goebel received only 13,100 te use thin ballets, but all right for olectien void, while in the ether races hood uttered. beat and terrify the members of the judgment wns wholly at fault in 1896, Se they were only sacred enough te authorvotes, while Tayler received 1G.555 Democratic counties te use them. Yeu are aware of the fact that when they-iuicatered te and if he could net be trusted then hu Therefore, the Republicans It was that every voter in three Republi- ize the seating of Demecrnts as legisla- General Assembly; troops were needed for the Spanish war votes. the spirit of the mob; 'tney have disre- cannot be trusted new. But it la the regRepublican, tors who can counties, Detnerrat and Kentucky was called upon for three gained 2,Sr5 votes ever the number had been repudiated by the garded the constitution and trampled it Issue. Mr. Bryan, Hke Ephrlam, Is JoinA State ticket de- voters of tills city. Se it turns out regiments of Infantry. There were on- istered and the Democrats lest 8,600 of was disfranchised. that under their unhallowed feet; they have ed te his idols, and in his letter of acly three regiments In the State Guards the number registered, and that all feated by the votes In these localities you had nn election for members et the disfranchised the peeple: they have ceptance in speaking of ftie Domeeratlo has been these who did net vote were Demo- and Louisville and the President under authority of Legislature, but none for Governer. stolen the offices which the peeplo de- platform tays: Congress directed that State Guard reg- crats, and would have voted for Mr. elected, and today these people can "Im er'der out in Again, were truthfully say they had no voice Covington soldiers day ofcalledelection te creed should go te ethers. If it be certainty as that there may be no uniments should be given the preference. Goebel. en the the te the method of restoring true, ns contended by them, that Mr. If Tayler had received no Democratic in that election. Mr. Beckham Is assist in the service of process, but Mr. Geebel was killed by Republicans who blmetallsm, the speciflc declaration in Nene of the regiments were full, but net your Governer, for you were Goebel having obtained a majority of each one volunteered and was recruited votes, and the entire Democratic vote were Incensed against him en account favor of free and unlimited ceinago at te its full capacity. The consequence had been for Goebel, there might be j deprived of the right te vote. And the 2,000 in that city no complaint was of the contest, which his advisers induced the existing rntle of 16 te 1, Independent greatest outrage of all Is that Warrior made. It was all right te have soldiers was that the State Guard was destroyed some force In the statement of the him te make against his will, then their of ether nations, is repeated. The Demfor the time. Knewing from the past Commissioners; but when It Is known Yeung was deprived of his priceless In Covington, but all wrong te have long line et unlawful conduct their rob- ocratic party remains the steadfast ada history of the State that at any time that thousands of Democrats voted for privilege. Hew it can e possible them In Louisville. In the trial of these thelr trampling vocate of the geld and silver ceinago be elected In this State contests rules of evidence were vielat bery et eeldiers might be needed te maintain Tayler and urewn, their statement Is Governer te potent upon the expressed will et the people, of the constitution and it Is net willing hia aid will remain without valueless. , f the peace and that they had been or ed, sufficient time lcfused centestees their frauds and wrongs committed thnt ether nations shall determine for ganized and maintained for many years When a voter costs his ballet heere his secret for all time. te introduce thefi testimony, nnd mere "under the forms of law" were the U3 the time aud manner of restoring silas a necessary adjunct te the police name Is marked en the registered votthan eno thousand witnesses net allow causes which lend te the taking of hu ver te Its ancient plnce as standard force, the Governer immediately went ers list as voting, but It does net apLOUISVILLE DISFRANCHISED. ed te testify. Truly, this was a wonderful man life, and the bleed of Mr. Goebel Is menpy. Whether the Sonate. te work te supply their places, aud pear hew he votes. The proof before Yeu pay in this city of trial, nnd will go down in history as upon their hands. They should be in- new hostile te blmetnlism, con be Knewing that this city was mero liable the Legislative committee, which was all the taxes of the State, and nre the "eno nmeng ten thousand and altogeth- dicted and convicted by public opinion, cltn:.ued during this campaign, or the te riot than ether portions of the State, net even attempted te be contradicted, State's metropolis, yet you er lovely." But we arc told that all along with the murderer. campaign et 1902, can only be deterorganized the first company in Louis- showed that of the Louisville regis- voice than the Tagalegj Inhad no mere this conduct was endorsed by the courts. the PhilipThey ask you te corne and stand be- - mined after the votew are counted; but ville. This company was refused the tered vote (with the exception of some pines, and thus you arc taxed without I deny that one line of justification or side neither the prcsent nor the future pouse of the armory by order of the col- precincts in which the registration representation and governed without endorsement can be found in any de- er the grave of their martyred lead- litical complexion of Congress has preReand swear eternal hate te the onel of the First Kentucky and Judge books could net be found) there were your consent. The 3ame Is true of the cision that was rendered. publican party, say caused vented, or should prevent, an announceDemocrats, these three mountain counties. It is true the of and Gregery, who claimed te have control 20,610 ment of the parties' position upon the It was alleged In Tnyler's petition that his assassination.which they I deny that the Reever it, and the Governer concluded, 17,148 voted, or mere than 83 per cent, constitution says elections shall be held he had received the greatest number et publican party is gulljty et this foul the subject in unoqulvecal tesms." In the same localities 12,- - by secret ballet. It Is true the as , the local authorities did net while Some of theso who support Mr. Bryan, statute re votes cast In the race for Governer; l, desire State Guards, that he would E01 Republicans registered, of whom quires that ballets shall be printed en that the committee was fraudulently atone and, with the in flat contradiction et his position, say muster out the company, which he 10,019 voted, being a little mere than plain, white paper sufficiently thick that drawn; that he was net nllewed te In- say that theso who committed the act that free silver Is net an Issue, and even did. Companies were formed at Lex- 80 per cent. The percentage of less the printing can net be distinguished troduce his testimony; that many mem- are aleno responsible. But I will ask you to cemo with me if it were the Republicans nre In a maington, Pewee Valley, Bowling Green in the Republican vote was thus from the back; but the same statute bers of the commlttee were partial and while I show you mere than 4fi,000 dis- jority in the Senate se that he cannot and Frankfort. He did all In his shown te be greater than the percent says that the intention of the voter some of them interested; that no argude wrong if he desired, and thorefero cower to organize nnd eauln the age of Democratic less. It was there shall be carried out, and up te the de ment was allowed him; that the evi- franchised citizens et this Common- they will support him. Whonevor men tore plainly demonstrated, that thou-the- cisien of Nail vs. Tlnsley It has been dence was net read, etc., etc. These al- wealth men who In nllitrequircs te con- vete for a candidate because the only State Guard as rapidly as possible, but, was much annoyance and delay sands of Democrats voted for Tayler uniformly held that the requliements legations were net met by a denial and stitute true manhood, are equal to any hepo of safety Is in the party they conmen who are la. obtaining from the Government guns and Brown and that the percentage of of the election law were almost uni- a trial had en the merits, in order that who ever lived, consent, men governed demn, they exhibit an absence of both who are Intelligence and without tneir equipments te replace theso itepueucana tailing te vote was and, ether conslfitencv. versally directory, and that when no the trHth might be manifested; but a into the army. The Beard of er than that of the Democrats falling te fraud or error was shown the vote demurrer was interposed and en that taxed without representation, men whe Ne man can foreteh the result of Mr. are political slaves. Come with me Bryan's Trade 'of Louisville, feeling the neces- - vote. Besides, it must net be forgotten should be counted. alone the ense was heard. The legal and let me ehbw you the foul election. He tweaks truly when openly charg- :,jtfty,?fer State Guards in this city, that the Courier-JournBut admitting, for the sake of argu- effect et that demurrer was that even blot upon the escutcheon of our he says the counting of the votes miM jwent te work te obtain an armory, ea mat tnere was a large numeer or ment, that It was proper te threw out if all these charges were true, the Gendetermine it If he should succeed in Ia which they were foiled for quite Democratic political marauders and all theso votes numbering mere than eral Assembly had complete and final fair State which was placed there by being elected and in carrying with him designing men who In their greed ?awhlle, by the local authorities. murderers in the city working for the th of the power ever the subject and Its action for office have net only forgotten their a majority in Congress, it 13 mere than makeyer, the new regiment was mus- - Republicans. It was claimed with con- 42,000 and constituting What was the could net be reviewed by the courts. entire vete of the State. duty te their fellow men, but their duty probable that before his term expires tared la, in August, and from time fidence before the election that the Re- remedy? Was it right te disfranchise he will have a Democratic Senate. te their proud old Commonwealth. la, time its officers Insisted en equip publicans would carry the city by from Should this occur he will surely reof the State when the consti-tle- n NO COURT HAS EVER DECLARED twelve te fifteen thousand plurality. & verse our present financial policy, ea he GOEBEL ELECTED. anraJMa Every effort was made te equip requires that the Governer shall LIBERTY'S BLEEDING " aad ether companies of the Sec- Judge Field, the Kentucky Court of Come and let me show youFORM. repeatedly declarcd he would de. Or be elected by the VOTERS OF THE the bleed- hasthe Republicans asd Third Regiment, which had u&nnmii h. yuumj tuucheu up. STATE? Suppose thin ballets were used Appeals, except Judge DuRelle, and n ing form of liberty, stnbbed almost un- if should net retain I have noticed Harmed In, different portions of the power in. both branches lately a published In the three counties, was that the fault majority of the Supreme Court declded to death by the polished blades of hand of his Secretary te restrain, the d d net arrive speech of one Lieut Cant Cel. Yeuntr. of the voter? Were net the ballets fur that the demurrer was well taken. Ne Tae equipment of the Treasury treason In WaftSi' a short time,, before the election, of this city, in which he speaks in con- - nished by the officials of the State? Is court held from the evidence that Mr. she had the hands of theso whom our financial policies will be materially cherished and protected, changed. waa promptly rerwarueav The teroptueus terms et my courage as man It net true that the voter was compelled Goebel was elected. Ne court decided In binding !hbs, et which ceKplalnt is se lfested while Governer and mr nerferm- - te use these ballets or lese his vete? that the committee was net fraudulent Come! Cernel! and assist her prostrate sasse, that be- - ances as 'a warrior in calling out the And even were It true that the Oev- - ly drawn. Ne court decided that a fair her wounds and raising ., Tjere, the, WHY NOT-- 1LECT M'KlNLfelY? form from the dust and in November .Uw old argajikaUea la Leu- - State Guard at Louisville, Me wen- - erne of the State iatarjered with the rlal Lad uefen given car jiext ujaee her, upes the throne that ahe Why aet elect ,McKiuley:imdtthBaeer' & that splendid i hOMTftU dHNH it tin ttt ttd MO Leknri wm their at LatviH; that property ana kviUe aai which had. fceea the State arsenal after the Legkm h4 gene into the army. When the arraa-r- y was obtained they were returned te the place they belonged, which could net have been done until that time, as there was no place te store them. reer4;t 333 4er"tt-"'ls erst adera. that in hmK af that sue wiw has Mich Military and fre'reata1, ,'fatf 'efrcttatft W ter eotefcataat m lUawrtii. The record as a warrior was iet that the act f an officer or only declekw w thai the actied at the mnm may once mero, jtneet and wer- 11 u w. j ALU. l.fs-- .' v, " ht-eW- ef se '! i 4 bloed-staln-e- d le-g- al a - slmul-tineeusl- y. antl-Goeb- el LewIs-McChe- rd x al sllght-ef-han- d, de-t- ei 'J..-- 1 al ie nt v ve dec-fare- .J fr follew-cltizen- 9, one-fift- h Courler-Jeama- re j great-i,earrle- al one-ten- 5 , eno-ten- th Vi p-- : I w&2 '&- - .Tar, fcrt? t.iiZ k k , . J. 3E XH&8. .A.-fl,a.- a ' , & f J r . t i money Dembcrata, Mi. Bryan has . out in search et paramount,. Issues. In te find. He new thinks he cam make this undertaking k'ohasdlBceveredthrco, votes by this sudden assumption of e. each one of which is paramount te all With the glittering bauble of the ethers. Thin would be a romarkable distjw ' Governorship In sight what matters it covery II made by any ether man except of these Is what he te him If the Juries were packed, he Mr. Bryan. One calls mllltaryism, another imperialism VVVVVVVVVVVV wrong. attempted te state, as I un witnesses bribed and Innocent people's "I have and the ethor trusts. derstand it, the Issue which confronts lives sworn away for personal and poAs te the first, he complains et the us tills year. Hut new I want te quote litical revenge. In such cases the Rlre el the Btnndlng arwy, utterly te you a statement made by Mr. Beck-ha- Jury's decision Is final with Gov. Beek- -' of the fact that a war which was -net from having heard him, be heartily indorsed hy him and his party cause we are net allowed te stand en ham, but in ether cases he reserves n '"wHPBGBH f was tire caMse for Its Increase, and thnt deno In 1890. the same platform. Laughter. I will the right te review the vefdlct What the present army wa9 ereated by the During the last session et Conquote him as he is quoted by The a weak and wobbly and inconsistent votes of his own p.irty. Suppose we gress Courler-Jetirn.Republicans favored the ids personal organ. nonentity Is this kindergarten casdi-dat- e had withdrawn our troops from Cuba passage the a resolution, submitting te of In a speech at Leltchfleld a few days out for the highest honor in the gift' Jr A and the Philippines and mustered nge he stated that we have been govthou- the Legislatures of the several States, a all but the original twcnty-flv- e proposed amendment te the constituerned by cuttlueats and assassins. He et the people. sand Eoltllers, hew long would It have tion giving Congress complete power te Is a slanderer of his State, and his required te scyid soldiers te China te legislate te prevent or dlssolve trusts, words carry weight with the outside INDIANA VIEW citiprevent the slaughter of American OF BLACKBURN. but vete was taken of the 154 world, because he holds the highest ofzens? But Mr. Bryan falls te see that, who when the It voted for thore were only four fice in the State but net In the gift of as new questions arlse and new diffi- Domecrats, and et the 132 votes against Laughter. the people. V i, Frem the Indianapolis Journal culties oenfront, new action Is made .: "Mr. Beckham has made the btate- -' necessary. Every nation must rlse to It 130 were Democrats. The Democratic National Commlttee it nlentnd fin vntnm Mni1rl nuuit flint the gravity of every problem which conIN CONCLUSION. pardon Tayler, Powers and the' ethers! at ChIcaSO has given out officially an in- fronts it. But I will net detain you longer. In indlctcd for the murder of Goebel. He tervlew of Senater Je Blackburn, of As te Imperialism, It should he dis- conclusion permit me te exhort every has no grounds for this, as my position Kentucky, In which, speaking of the missed In connection with militarism voter to de his duty. Yeu can have no has been published throughout the trials resulting from the murder of SenWhen Dewey sunk the Spanish fleet liberty as long as you cannot vete or State. But he himself In answer te a aeor Goebel, he says: agreement uy wnicn have that vote counted. True the con there was no "We are patiently waiting for an opsimilar question has given three disstfsss- : pledged In the stitutien guarantees It, but if American honor was tinct replies, and each different from portunity te mete out justice te Tayler. VmStf. v x that In i ffffl'6sSxi Philippines. Up te tlie making of the stxument be violated under the decisions the ethers. In' the last one Mr. Beck- Thank Ged Gov. Mount cannot always treaty and Its confirmation by the Sen- of the courts, you merely sit at an imham Mated that he did net see hew lie be chlpf executive of Indiana. His term ate, the American Government as free aginary least. could pardon a man convicted en the of office will expire eno of these days The memories of the te withdraw Its forces. I was opposed past come ringing down the ycara of verdict of twelve honest men. Thus and a Governer will be elected who will Re- te that treaty, ns were many ether our Independence appealing to you te Mr. Beckham has prejudged Ills case. either deliver Tayler up te the law or publicnns. At this time Mr. Bryan ap- de your duty. Your wlves.yeur children, New, what will he de If he is elected compel him te change his hiding place. peared upon the scene and by his tre- and above all your own consciences and i ;ja Governer? He has said he will net We de net want te interfere with Tayyfa sxsssN $sm ntfzzm ' mendous influence Induced enough of every Impulse of your hearts rise up pardon. What will he de If he should eor's campaign plans in Indiana. He is s mwMm te and urge you forward in the great bathis Democratic friends te vetd for it be elected, and the Innocence of any of new stumping the State for the Republisecure Its ratification. That treaty tle of Civil Liberty. these men be established en application cans. It would be a pity te deprive the bound this Government te pay te Spain for a pardon? Will he, during ills term Republicans of his assistance In the With McKlnley, Roosevelt nnd Ycrkes tlie mm et twenty millions of dollars as the slogan let us irresistibly march make an innocent person lie in the campaign. Indiana seems te be the place and pledged its faith for a period of te victory and be enabled after the elec- , et refuge for all unpenitentlarled and penitentiary? ten ycara te guarantee her certain priv- tion te say that Kentucky lias been re"Beckham has said the Republican unhung assassins of Kentucky and New ileges. The moment that treaty was deemed, regenerated and disenthralled. paity and myself approve assasslna Yerk, the asylum for all the broken-dow- n ratilled the attitude of this Government political hacks of the State. The tien. If you believe that te go te the was fixed by law. Never until then polio and v&te against me. If you are people of Kentucky are alert, however, JOHN W. YEflKES. were we bound In any way. Mr. Bryan fair nnd de net believe it remember en and these et the assassins who haye assisted te involve this country in clef'tien day that the machine has de disgraced the State and who have net pledging its honor, and new he turns Mercer county, the home of Cel. Jack when it gets te that, it says 'Damn the prived you et the rlgut te transmit lib fled te Indiana or New Yerk, they are party for attemptupon the Republican erty te your children. Frem behind hanging as fast as they can. We will Chlnn, the generalissimo et the array people and their rights.' ing te enferco the rights acquired under "The machine legislature premised te their shield of the 'forms of law' they make a decent community out of Kenthe very treaty he endorsed and helped of Goebelisin in Kentucky, is the het retiace the false step3 taken and give cower and hurl slander. The courts say tucky after awhile." edite make. If he honestly favored the Kentucky can never rank as a decent bed of and the monster us a fair election law; but every move they acted within the forms of law, but Indonendence of the Filipinos, why did Yerkcs meeting nt Harrodsburg last In that piemlsed reform has been re no Judge out of the seventeen who- community as long as it sends te the he thus assist in the purchase of their " "ie . cen.tcs1t caBef e.yf de- United States Senate such yawpers as f cried te a committee appointed te actl P.M sc,d country? Why did he cause this Natien Hen. George W. Leng, Secretary of Monday was in many rcspecta the most nifl "Jee" Blackburn. His libelous attack en in hell, with Jee jpert te expend twenty millions et dollars? the Republican State Cnmpalgn Cem remarkable domenstiatiou of the cam"Kcmember these things en election Indiana has the true ring of a Kentucky i ci,u T,.n,e Was he se patriotic that he was wllliug vendetta and is marked by characterlc-ti- c paign. The Democrats of I would ('aJ' "I am net a that tills Natien should pfi twenty mil- mlttee, has completed the arrangements Mercer are mere united and mere nu- rather die en machine man and be one ignorance and venom. M this stand than te befor Gov. Roosevelt's trip through Ken lions of dollars for the pltvllece of of their number. They talk about Lib-- ; BECKHAMS PARDON RECORD. coming the protcuter of) peeplo 8,000 tucky. He wMI be In the State thrce merous than they were a year age ei ty in Cuba and Peito Rice and the' u inlles from home. dajs, entering it en Saturday, October when Mr. Goebel himself was leading Philippines, but I say te perdition with in his speech at Graysen Mr. Yerkes REPUBLICAN TICKET. wing of the party. 13, it Hendersen, nnd leaving the State the radical liberty there; give us liberty in Ken- - (lisSected with an exact nicety the A free vote, a fair count and the Therj are semo sero surprises waitNATIONAL. at Covington Monday night. He will BRYAN'S ABSURD POSiTION. ewers lven b' Mr- Beckham te his of Fer President, en a special train accompanied ing for theso who claim that any of will the the majority must rule, for they- questions in regard to pardoning Pew- Why, It freedom was te be given trael very foundation of eftr Governare WILLIAM McKINLEY, these people and their territory re- by a number of the Republican State these have been wen back by Beck- ment.1 Great applause ers, Heward and ethers, and centinu Of Ohie. stored should this Government have leaders, headed by Chairman Leslie ham. Merely a3 an iiustance of what ing salti: a period of ten years Combs, Sccretaiy Geerge W. Leng and kind of peeplo the independent Domebound its honor for Fer Vice President, ROWDIES TAKE A HAND. THEODORE ROOSEVELT te come. What was It te this Natien "I notice Mr. Beckham's record for nrcnnlzpi! .'ittpmnt At this nnlnt nn Ot New Yerk. that we should net only fight te nmke Senater Debee. Distinguished omters crats of Mercer are, and their stand- was made by a gang of Beckham pardoning has surpassed the record et a people f:ec In whom we kad no Inter- have been Invited te accompany Gov. ing in the community? Cel. Ben Lee rowdies te break up the proceedings, all ether Governors. I held In my est, but should also pay twenty Roosevelt and drop oil at points visited Haidln, himself eno of the most wide- they ELECTORAL. forced their way Inte the center showing that he millions et dollars for the privilege. The te address meetings after the Roose- ly known of o Kentucky Dem- or trs ciewu and tried te draw out tue haml ti,0 reC0rds eighty-eigposition of Mr. Bryan ia absurd and pardons in sev-eMARMADUKE B. BOWDEN. "Take him lias 1ade unworthy a great leader. But he says velt train has passed en. The speaking ocrats, has complied a few figures feeble old man aby yelling: Thhigs leek- - en months, twenty-on- e Of ivegan County. for manslaugh-c- d nigger." and put In these people cannot he governed with- schedule of the famous Rough Rider showing the political complexion or EDWARD PARKER, squally, for the cttizwis were greatly ter, three for murder and various why did he and Vice Presidential candidate is as the Mercer county bar. There are out their consent Then Of Laurel County. at the Insult te the venerable 0rfenses 0f tfteSi I notice twelve Insist en buying their territory? His follews: Of citizen. Deputy Sheriff Geerge Chlnn, er twenty-flv- e practicing attorneys. First District. very soul is moved ucaause of the fact of county, the Hendersen, October 13 S a. m with these four nre Republicans. Of the re- a ren of Jack Chlnn. and Jiidcc Thes. nre from Breathitt LITHER SANDERS, that these peer people, whlte nnd black, M. Cardwell. of the Republican Cem- - one Judge D. B. Redwine, of whom you Of Trigg County. Democrats sevenmaining twenty-on- e He lien. A. E. WHlBen. nre deprived et finally get the disturbers away lmve possibly heaul. (Laughter and Madlsenviiie, 9:13 a. m.. with Judge teen are against Beckham and for fair nuttee. assistance et bystanders docs net complain because the peeplo Second District. with the applause.) If I should be elected Govliving In the Ixmlsiana Purchase were W. H. Yest. E. B. McEWEN, elections. governed without their consent. He ,,a",ou Of McLean County. HepkinsvHIe, 10: 4C a. m., with Hen. , mW The most remarkable feature et Mr. INTRODUCED MR. YERKES. does net complain because Jacksen as w"b or "ewaid I wanld consider Ceutlnulng, Capt. Thompson Mid: Third District. In Flerida and Frank H. Posey, of Indiana. Harrodsburg meeting was the Yerkcs' the Semlneles Guthrie, 11:45 n. m NEWTON BELCHER, "Can a machine Democrat ever be I would any ether petition for they wcre governed without their eon Marshall and Hen. K. G.with Hen. Jehn Introductory speech of Capt. Phil B. Sebree. Of Muhlenberg County. after all the broken premises ,ion, am in accordance with the f sent. He does net complain because Russellvllle, 12:45 p. ni., with Hen Thompson, Sr., a venerable Democrat reform? Had you net rather trust u x weultl Mexican conquest and pur James W. d nfter the th of e(ce Fourth District, Breathitt. of the old school, who cannot fellow an honest Republican than a let of pe- ,, you believe I chase the peeplo contained in the ceded ('. L. EDWARDS, Bowling Green. 1:45 p. m., with Hen. ,act Fellow citizens. is SO years lltlcal thieves? latter day Democracy. He territory were geerncd without their W. C. P. Brccklinldgc. Of Hart County. "I have the honor te present a gen- - would pat den a man simply because consent. Ner does he complain that Munferdsville, 3:15 p. m., with Hen. E. old and feoble, but he made n rattling tlenian of the Jcffersenian Democracy i,0 Was a Republican, you should vete Fifth District, Alaska has been governed without her T. Franks. speech that set the great crowd wild. and every liberty-lovin- g GEORGE WElSSINGER SMITH, Democrat .,,nBt call Congress Imconsent. He weulU me. ami u veu eeuee I would Of Jeffersen County. The meeting was held In the court should vete for him. The Hen. Jehn mediately if elected and recommend C. Ellzabethtewn,Jehn F.p. m with Hen. .1. Pratt and Lockett. W. Yerkes has been selected by both refuse te pardon a man because he Is Srxth Dlstilet. that freedom be given te the Filipinos Louisville, S p. m., at the Auditorium, house yard and square, from 4,000 te tlie Brown Democrats and the Repub- - a Democrat, then you should vote and they allowed te form a government with Judge W. M. Beckner, Judge W. H. 5,000 peeplo being crowded Inte eno E. P. WINSLOW. licans te carry the banner of liberty, se nonfat ar,d defeat me. (Applause) of their own in whic- - we are te as Yest. Cel. D. G. Coison, Gov. W. O. solid block of humanity. Or Carrell County. let us all rally te that banner. I swear He is net Biadley bume the role of protector. and ethers. Seventh District. Capt. Thompson was glveu an en by the throne In heaven and the flag willing that they should be rialaycd a bECI IONAL1SM ,.,.e. GO. . After resting in Louisville ever Sun-d- thusiastic reception as he stepped for nt the country th.it In November I will SCOTT W. MOORE. memont lenge, although lie knows that ' the trip will be ceutinued en MonOf Heniy County. am for unity In this State and de jjls be found fighting In his ranks." LLeng mere than a quarter et a century has day as follews: waul te intieduce Mi. Yerkcs. iijuiuiiii'u uiiiiiiuisu.j net favor any eno section. I deirt frequently elapsed bofero States were Eighth District. . srt speech was In the nature of a valedicLexington, S a. m. A. M. M'CLlNTOUiv. ndmltted into this Union after they bedraw a line at tue loot or tne nieun- Winchester, SMS a. m., with Hen. tory, and was In substance as follews: yi MR. YERKES SPEAKS. oame the property of the United States; Jehn Marshall. Of Andersen County. The enthusiasm with which Mr. tains. (Applause.) If I am elected Alaska and New Moxlce for mere that Mt. Steillng, 9:30 a. m with Gov. W. Ninth District. Yerkes was greeted knew no bounds, orner I will be of eveiy than that period have net been nllewed O. Bradley and Judge A. T. Weed. CAPT. THOMPSON'S SPEECH. W. O. DEARING, and It was fully ten minutes before he square inch of this State and net any He does net complain, al Statehood. "Fellow CItizcss of Mercer County : could begin Ills speech Moiehead, 10: 15 a. in., Vlth Hen. Jehn Of Fleming County. though he knows that (Applause.) W. Lewis and Hen. Vincent Berelng. This is perhaps my farewell te the Dem "I count It the honor of my life te particular section. Tenth District, has been denied the Indians In Indian Ashland, 1 p. in., with Hen. Samuel J. un- ecratic party, for unless It Is seen res fare this magnificent audience of Mer- - "This attempt of the Democrats, HARLAN T. BE ATT Y. Territory for nearly a century. Ills Pugh and Hen. E. C. O'Rear. Of Lee County. sympathy nnd love for the Filipinos is Greenup, 2:26 p. in., with Senater W. cued from the control of fhe men into ' cer county citizens," he said In opening, . der the leadership of Beckham, Trimble ...... ..... u UJ, ,.t. .... nn wneeicr, te introduce sectionalism truly wonderful. Is he dealing honestly J. Deboe and Hen. R, C. Burns. e whose hands It has fallen I shall Eleventh District: Thompson, Sr. It will always be deir , with the people? Is he Indeed the secVanceburg, 3:40 p. in., with Hen. W, te sue its regeneration. In my feeble way te my memory when this campaign is nte thls state 1,as completely ruined M. A. HOI.COMB, ond great liberator? K honest, why U. Ramsey and Hen. W. (1 Dun lap. Of Jacksen Ceuuty. think of this grand occasion, the Democratic party, and any party lias he net done something te lift the Mnysvillc, 4:45 p. m., with Hen. A. 10. have undertaken te discharge a sacred ever te see such men as Capt. Thomp- When I that conceives such an infamous thing duty te my county and state. It is hard yoke of disfranchisement, from the black Wllisen and Judge W. 11. Heckper. . .. .. STATE. nnn en mnnr rrnawt3 crqnnnrr Yirirn e uome-i- o man in North nnd Seuth Carolina and Z? Covington, 8 p. in., with lien. Geerge iurt with theso wnem we ii4u al-- l aii j Tnew tU jjest citizenship of II, deserves te die. ine . tnn s this Fer Governer, Southern States? If he believes uenny. ethor ways known, but I feel as if the time! state will never fall te conquer this crats, headed by Brown, Buckner, Jehn. JOHN W. YERKES; government without censont of the govGov. Roosevelt's tour takes In eight fcten nnd many etners de net apprevo Democracy. Applause. Of Beyle County. te erned is unjust, why did he come to this of the eleven Congressional districts, the has come for me te my farewelllong' machine "Whatever future this campaign may 0f this outrage and are shoulder te State In 1809 and help te fasten upon us Mist, I'.ikiiui aud l':iceutu being toe many with whom I traveled the JUDICIAL. ,n tne me ?. n a law under which the peeplo wcie dis- far out of his route te be reached. read of politics and Democracy. Their fln( " nnd governed without their MUrlnn f Fer Appellate Judge, Seventh District, nnliimn ""u franchised einiA ..0. .v u hopes were my hopes, and a3 we travel- principles wnicn I represent round uc- - lu,u,u" nnd EDWARD C. O'REAR, censont? If he be honest In his pretened along we passed many a mile pest, lief In your country. But I stnnd con- NEVER TOOK IT BACK. Of Montgomery County. teons, why after the people had chosen n and en the face of each was written ililcnt that new as in the past, the best BECKHAM'S MURDER thelr rulers and a contest was set en will win the victory for CONGRESSIONAL. te defy their will did he feet .' "They hay I am begging for vetos. 'Liberty.' popular government and a free ballet.1 ING, RECORD. en his success and return Net nt nil. I never asked a man te vote First District. we nave come te the parting of These cheers that you have uttered "But te this State while ItsLefilsluture was in BEN C. KEYS, mean that we have 'get them again, as the read has divided te session and by his piesence nnd influ- for me. In fact, 1 have told some peo- rightways; theleft. On the mile peststhe we had them last year. And I want te Of Calloway County. of and the ence give life te that contest. Either ple te vete against me. That is mere Frem Louisville Commercial. are written 'Ma- say te you that If I am elected GovSecond District, the read en the Mr. Bryan is disingenleijs In his pres- than most candidates de. have said chine,' 'Greed for left efllce,' and 'Machine ereor by ten votes I will be Governer.' In his answer te Mr. Yerkes' ques- WM. H. LYNCH, peeplo of a ent position, or he loves the If there was anybody who believed Dcmoeracy.' that On the mile pests en the Applause. Of Hepkins County. foreign 'land better than he loves these "They talk te you about what they tien whether or net he would pardon 'Liberty, en of his own country. In either state of in the maintenance of the geld stand- read birth-rig- the right is written Third District, of our .people, mere de 'under forms et law,' but we talk te Pewors or Heward, Gov. Beckham u ard until foreign nations came te us the case he does net deserve success. j. Mckenzie mess, of liberty of the people, and If you precious than efllce, or life Itself.' At Of Warren County. r. By solemn treaty the faith of this Na and graciously permitted us te abandon this parting of the read I bid adieu te bollcve in liberty you cannot vote for cmnly declared that he would net And it. t mm that If anvlmdv should be my ; haB been scaled in tne tlen e Beckham, for he does net represent , Democratic companions Fourth District, Jury of man cenvlctel by a net enlv sealed by tiicaty, but scaled lieve thnt the geld standard was abso- who prefer g te principle. a single letter of the word. In these1 R. M. JOLLY, with the bleed of her bravest and best. lutely essential te the welfare of this They have taken the read en the left, later days, when the peeplo refuse te twelve men. Let us see about It. Did Of Breckinridge County. It cannot, it dnre net, prove faithless. blotted out the word 'Liberty' from the be slaves, this new Democracy takes no uet paraen the slayer at Cassldy. 7 J.. Fifth DIstrlet. It must meet Its obligations and It re ceuntiy he ought net te vete for me at esutcheen of the True Democracy, and from them local HARVEY S. IRWIN, Congress when this has been njj. I de net want any man te vete for In Its stead Inscribed the legend 'Ma- When this machine took held they whom twelve men pronounced guilty mains for ML' Of Jeffersen County. done te give theso people such gevnrn-- j me nmi then object te my doing whatl chine Democracy and efllce nt any cost.' struck down the laws and anU cemjcnm0(i te serve a term In the nient as they are entitled te according! expect te de If you elect me, and If I Sixth District. te travel the read placed men net responsible te the pee-- , "I shall contlnue It was a deliberate, te the precedents of our Government. cnn prevent the malntenance of the dedicated te Liberty, which te me Is ple, but elected by a partisan WM. McD. SHAW, ethers with whom I agreed could geld standard you can rely upon my mere sacred than Democracy I prefer ture, In position where they could de- - heartless, If It murder. Of Kenten County. drf would have tteutgr It the very first possible opper-bee- n te go with theso who love Liberty, than pilve the fretfem of this State of the was pianned It have controlled, for weeks and months. A Eighth District. otherwise, but by the efforts et tunlty given me." Democte fellow a h?sf Sn?wE J. M. WILLIAMS. P was laid and the innocent victim WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Mr. Bryan this course has been ren-- l Democracy passed the' racy that would enslave us. Applause, Of Reck Castle County. It Is much better! Philadelphia, Sept 23, 1896. dered Impossible. rep- Geebel law net only te destroy the Re- - walked Inte It and was shot down, And this 'New Democracy' Is truly our government aneuiu control man ue ksh Ninth District, by Teyntz, Yontz aud Fulton, publican party but nil honorable Dem- - The testimony In that trial In a bound protectorate for the IN 1S0G YOU VOTED FOR PROS- resented election commissioners; Beck- eerats who would net submit te their volume was responsible under a S.MUEL J. PUGlJf. a3 the handed te Gov. Beckham Of Lewis County. yoke of slavery. The very first man te mistakes of that country which might manHe PERITY AND COT IT. ARE YOU ham In the Governer's chair; Trimble suffer from the effects of this machine by a bretUer et the lnvolve us In war with etner nations. as the Speaker of the Heuse and ConTenth District, KOW DOING TO VOTE AGAINST IT? ' gressional contestant; Cantrlll as the was an honorable son et this county, refused te read it. But when a gang N. T. HOPKINS, Judge, Campbell as the lawyer and whose bright future with all its happl- - of Blue Grass politicians came with a A WORD AS TO TRUSTS. Of Pike Ceunty: Weaver as the witness. And by the ncsa was marred by this Infamous law. 1)flHt(en for executive clemenev he is- And new ob te trusts.. The individuKEEP THE FLAQ FLYING. i Eleventh District, . Eternal Gods, this aggregation repre I refer te the Hen. P. Wat Hardin. nucu u als who compe3o .trusts belong ,te vuluuu ui tuu iuiBvmui, nuv VINCENT BOBBING, sents, the Dersecracy of this latter day. rPrwlhncrei! nnnlniloe 1 every party in tie land. Mr, Bryan is KEEP THE MILLd OPEN. Of Laurel County.' nil All this Dsmeeracy wants is eMce, and t'Mr. Beeklnm, as presiding officer of was 'convicted by a Jury of his peers. himself ldenufled'wlth-the-gre- t fM.JjUtlLIJC i t.tr .. :uini tw.u.u Lk dii4iMi Mr Web . . .,i.uu &utkin In i. t iBft nation dim noHrwBiaiuwe T""i. any ether period ef rte exUtece? But 01 buiu In order te allay taeiwu gene free and unlimited celnane of silver. The Republican party does net favor any trust that corners an article and in, creases Its price; It does net favor any aggregation except in se far as it remains within the bounds et right and Justice The tariff is net the breeder of trusts, for In free trade England, in proportion te population, they have grown m'are rapidly than in this ceun try. The only remedy agaln&t unlawful organization is te mane all tneir actions public aid by law held them te a strict accountability. This course the Republican party has faverod and It Is tlu only party that has ever passed in Congress an law. This was anti-trust Yr tru-sktba- t Vul4t foreuee.-ii..t- j.Jt..a.',..(-.it!.- . la. j. -.- t. .it.. a y. r x erKHH iiTirneiinRn v'-,vxvvvvvvvvV- i L 'j- , P" t J T v $ by Phil Thompson, Sr. I &i Lewer Heuse of the Kentucky Gen- "erai Assembly, eave the newer of his position te aid in the passage of the Goebel law, which robbed you of yeur rights. He represents the me3t unholy combination that ever disgraced Amer ican politics. He stands for political tyranny, political usurpation, political theft and political fraud. Yeu arc ask ed te vote yourselves Inte slavery te tins man, who stand3 for political ..the .Why did Met Gev t thb case the same rigorous rule tfest ha new proposes te apply te all future applications? The reaaen ia net hard, Befkhssi Yir-tu- aly r S3Ji r n :w?3aL m L &&7 1. "S2-3rK'" II il . T 'mm ja .j3sskss&' - -- ROOSEVELT if 1 If ,i saf ' i wm & wMwr IN KENTUCKY m anti-Goeb- el y. - eld-lin- State-at-Larg- e, ht ut eth-eniag- ,., - cd f par-trust- evl-e- aj 1 i .. ... er net-liv- 1 $ i. - oiu-tim- I hl!LTT ..,t ... ., "" TARDON-eltlzenshl- congratu-lateMr.Geob- el I n I vJTf ht sol-yo- 4! par-M- old-tlm- offlce-holdln- ?s time-honor- ed leglsh-'penitentiar- cold-blood- machine-throttle- d . ,,,i - -. yf .' ,. Y-- - PV : T .Ws, "-- ,' 1 " i . : :fc ! V & JUiiVWW'. HQraBgagf WWTunf MtfK L Bu & yvwV t K.inTiVEHWHI, m - . i V ' tfl 7r iinmiwiin " i m WW Jfc. . WWWWW .a. Jk . . J & f Jfc A 4A WW AALAA&dlAAknAAAA w W W W VWVW W, W W BiBV- I TheodereJRoosevelt is a ManySided Man K.. f i' '" e5?f aspoeaftja uopee l1 S - .'IS". 'W iU N rJ . grap, the young athlete, and la another, .despite nte'strugglM, had. measured his length en the fleer. Then Roosevelt dragged the bully te his fort and "ran" him out of the doer, removing Ike's revolver 'rem its hostler ' k3 he did se. Ike prirrtly returned whltp wltr rage, and was trnatd te a rpotitien of , the uneypected tenderfeet tactic1-- imp time, howevr, th 'crce vlth whh he Tas thrown rtunncd him rnd It wpc several irinu'r' berfe hn re- evptg'! consciousness. When he did, he arose, walked out of the camp and never returned much te the satisfaction of all hands. of. - tW 1udJ6 ears. It my 1)4 fairly ear mi&d that m tfee tWm'Wt en the platform tPftethw last weeK both, may In odd moments nave revertcq eacit te scene, and even thought that long-ag- e of themselves nj two of the lucky ens wre seein destined te be in at every tie-'itlc- al :rb:i&avvferiVwisu, Senater J. p. Dellivcr, ei Iowa, has vlsercu.'j article In the October Torum Oh "Th" Paramount Iiaurs cf the Cr.mrr.isn." He shew3 what are really ths issues cf the cimpartga, denies that th" money question is deed, and maliiUIns tnat tha faction of Mr. Bneu for the ensuing: residential teuii Is fraught with nn nuuli danger as it was in 1S9U. Following is an extract: ft a hiii mi 'g3t , (j Mr. Bryan sneers f -- v". at the declaration pros-pari- ty death. that republican policy brought te laborers or te farmers. In bia pches In the Wect he call3 for , . -; Pellc : GVv. After a Meray cirepr in 1--t Ak a Western ranchman and hunter Roosevelt's work was mere than the mc re securing of meat or trophies that adorn hallways. He was Hi essence a naturalist, went te classify the beasts of the pralrle and the canyons in scientific fashion. He Identified all the groups of bear in plain and hill, and showed that species long regarded as distinct were In reality the same, varying In appearance and condition with the season. He destroyed the reputation of the grizzly bear ns a man fighter, killing him without stint ,nt long range SO Ks, rsv .ii THEODORn ROOSEVCLT. Te the majority of Americana the 'could he sheet, but he would hunt for nights for a chance te sheet. mention of the name of Thcodero iW and preferring, if he could ilud it, the great . Roosevelt will conjure up menieiies oft' 6lUii; unxi vf i..v. ,..um.ivm..j, ""'" Rough Riders and the fighting at San every one else sought te avoid. All this was astonishing enough. But Juan. A few will talk of the days when Roosevelt was a Pelico Commis- there remained the most remarkable sioner in New Yerk City, and then a thing of all. He would fight Balancing his Western virtues, that blank. is te say his ability te ride, sheet and &' Thonilern Roosevelt in the East and te fight, against his vices, that is te the Theodere Roosevelt of the West are say his tendency te reading and his such totally distinctive characters, one habit of wearing glasses, and the was found in his favor. He was might almost Imagine totally distinct t characters, that a roference te the fa voted "all right." Rider colonel's meus Governer-Roug- h By persisteut work, constant huntcareer In the cattle country may be ing and honest dealing, Roosevelt made of interest Something less than twenty years his way with the rough Western cleI age there appeared en the border land ment in which he lived, and came te of Western Dakota a studious young e respected and admired. The "round& 't uiAUf nrnninn AVa 6muuwi wll fl In PflTTl - ups" brought him into contact with ncmiug w frleCCOC " " pany witn a menu, oeugni a caxue thousands of cowboys from the ranges well as these of of the lowlands, and u rancho in the be a ranchman. deliberate k North, Seuthhisasfame, helped along the by and The cat-tly set out te industry was then practically the jtery and legend, seen spread ever the enly business in that section, and its cattle country. His horsemanship, in profits and perils had attracted many particular, wen Mm commendations. wealthy young men from the East and And the ability te ride, In a rough England. His anival in no way country, en rough horses, for long may le considered a fair teet clted the locality, which had already r flrewn accustomed te the advent of :f human character. At nil events h'e Rh V'tenderfeet" "with meny, and which succeeded in endearing himself te the cowboy clement and In learning its Iff. wafl very sirengiy uveuacu w It wa3 the knowledge there Scriptural warning that b -- ilue. Ip:,pbras6 the money are seen pnrwu v gained that enabled him te seek the feel and nis substituting the tenderfeet for the feel. eugh riders of the West, when, with i It must be recorded, However, en ne- - Colonel, new Gcnrral, Weed, he organhalf of Theodere Roeeevelt that ne ized the famous regiment that saw serwent at the cattle business earnestly vice In Cuba. And it was the cowboys' and worked Industriously. Whether he knewledgo of him and of Weed, a simworked successfully or net Is net is net ilar character, by the way, that inducIn that locality a successful ed them te fleck te his standard. , known. At that time Roosevelt had already tenderfeet would have been a wonder; probably Roosevelt was that kind been in politic? in the East and, as .and nearly as the writer remembers, had of a wonder. Certain It is tnat no wa ervert a term in the Legislature at Albany. Since then his name has been in caeveral ether kinds. '' Fer Instance, he were glasses. This avery one's mouth, either as Police accentriclty was almost as much a "oramlslsener, defying Tammany ;as as n Assistant Secretary of the Navy, source of, astonishment te the cowboy? Rough Rider Colonel or otherwise. Yet Roosevelt wns the child of luxury and Iste the Indians the former declaring of wealth, who took te the tense hardJ that they could net understand hew a ships of plain and mountain from incould see through glasses; that it nate desire, from love 'man of sport, from E&muat dim his sight, tc. The Indians, excess of vitality. glasses gtbn the ether hand, regarded the las "medicine," a word best .explained Frem fighting grizzly bears te fight Tby Its equivalent in African "fetich." ing political battles; from thence te New, the cowboy, the genuine, na- - fighting departmental red tape, In his fe f iviwhnrTi rowhev of the West, never office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy; from thence te P.reads and rarely considered anything Cuba, the transitions the actual war in were simple and of sufficient importance te be read, his natural. His robust pugnacity was It is told of horse, saddle, "chaps," blankets and everywhere pistols constituted his household ef- Roosevelt, for intsance, that shortly af ter his arrival In the West he threw and fects, easily transpertablo and of small effectually whipped into submission a compass. Roosevelt had books. As the bully of great local renown, who wns cewpundhers put it in wonder and known ns the terror of the neighbor amazement, he had books by the yard, hoed. His motto that the highest type of success in man was the result of ptvy the mile. And read 'emi . strife, had already been exemplified In A' i New the wearing or eye glasses ana college f "tie reading As the Western story gees, the scene of books were eccentrieJtics ?4& fairly referrable e he fact that he was was in Mentana during the big round up. "Leng Ike," as local bully was a tenderfeet But, strangely, the man known, was present, the usual, with his as cowboy parlance, "sheeting irons," his insulting language Vcejild ride. Te ride, in means much. And wnen your cowDey ana nis reputation. His appearance He was tall. Essays a man can ride he does net by any oere out nis reputation. extravagantly and .means refer te tne anility xe uaiance muscular. Roosevelt, with ethers, had one's self en a gentle cob during a can- taken shelter In the only saloon in the ter in the park: It means well it place, which was likewise the only i? place tnat airerded shelter. Ike swag i.i k.... -- i , . iv. g Ctnrf ffcf A gered ever te where the wtimra avarwlierd rm nn-youngster was warming himself by the Iserse, with any sort of gait, at any stevo ana demanded that he tike a drink. In these days and In that locality an d then, witH many Western ex- -tr. nm y.a Invitation te drink was equal te a comJ !,. mand. There was but eno alternative ml4 sheet; sheet deer and ante-- and that was light Roosevelt refused aad ber, running, standing, com te drink; and Ike, who could scarce er geiagl! This was net te have bring himself te believe that th veimpfight, oiieated of a ysung man with stranger would tnen steed stunned for a moment ana Broke into a storm m beyteh, bsaaJas smile, d of Uterladed with frontier ex- KywilHW, mwrtltilw. NetMlr'pteUrst. Is aa .Jtant he ww la bal-anee -- and short, and making his position generally "untenable." It nevertheless remains true that mountaineers nnd plainsmen alike me net overfend of Interviews with "Old Ephralm," as the grizzly is known among hunters. Seme sixteen years age, while Roosevelt was riding with one of his cowboys In the Dakota wilderness, the latter called his employer's attention te a curious formation of rock, Just ahead of them. While they were looking at the rock, a low growl wns heard and a huge bead reared up from behind It. The cowboy Instinctively leveled his rifle al the head and was about te fire when lu heard his employer ordering him te desist. "That's my bear," said Roosevelt. "I you sheet it, I'll sheet you.' The cowboy turned te leek at his and found the latter's rifle leveled at the bear. Incidentally the cowboy's head was in line between the muzzle of Roosevelt's rifle and the head of bruin showing above the rock. There was, incidentally, a queer and novel gleam in Roosevelt's eye all of whlcl facts Impressed themselves upon the rapid cowboy intelligence at a glance He lowered his rifle and Roosevelt shot the bear. It turned out. upon' examination, that It was the record Dakota bear, weighing 1,200 pounds, and thenceforward the young millionaire ranchman with the g eyeglasses was the here el the locality. When the bear had been duly and accurately skinned and his hlde was stretched In the sun, the cowboy recovered his senses and explained that his. object in aiming was out of legard for his employer's safety and that he hid no Idea of spoiling a shot for the latter. Then Roosevelt repented of hi? harshness and te make amends latei presented his empleye with a Winchester rifle and a pair e' Indestructible corduroy trousers the latter1 the finest that Dakota had eei pin-plebear-killinsilver-mounte- sought te atrial? 'n vvh'h n.orce an excise law with which he was avowedly net in sympathy, Roese velt remalucd in prlvnte life but u short time, when he wa3 appointed Assistant Secretary of tne .Navy. TMa berth, heretofore a tort of dlgniued clerical position, underwent a sudden shaking up In his hands. Ancient and vcnornble attichcs of pompous inien promptly found themselves at work. The new Assistant Secretary had an extraordinary habit of asking questions, demanding icperts, issuing orders and generally hurrying things, exceedingly painful te the political flunBroadclethed kies of the bureaus. chief clerks, whose thoughts had been of receptions, dinners, promotions, pensions or Increased salaries, discovered that they were expected te work, discoveries which, needless te say, were exceedingly dlstateftil. Excuses were no longer accepted, and when naval etllcers asked for permission te use ammunition In target practice, they were met with orders te use every ounce they had and then call for mere. Various tottering dodos, the relics of previous administrative appointments, looked up drowsily, rubbed their eyes, yawned nnd evecrated the "young man" who was dlstrublng But Roosevelt went their clumbers. In his office every straight ahead. morning before most of thu clerks arrived, he lemalned laft?, adding te hia official dutllics a punctileiui attendance at these functions which make Washington the dread of the busy man. Having quickly exhausted the appioprla-tle- n of ?800,000 for target practice, he called upon the apprlatlen committee for ?GOO,000 mere. Members of the committee were aghast "What for?" demaudeel theso fiem the Mississippi Valley and elsewhere inland where navies were unknown and unnecessary. "Fer target practice." remarked the young man emphatically. He get thp $000,000, and it all went for target practice. What the result was can be read In the naval battles of Manila and Santiage. ps ". New tin clues of ierk d known. " fc-e- dis-'nnc- !' the average Philadelphia fireman stait He aided in extinguishing a prairie fire by the unique precesn of dragging the half carcass of a steer ever th burning ground at the end of roper fastened te the saddle pests. This method the adaptation of the resource ful cowboy, is pertaps unknown in the East, where prairies are merely names and where steers cost money. In n rengh country, ever chasm, ridge, de file, canjen and coulee, ftem one fringe f flame te another, the business of fighting fire assumes novel and trjlng aspects, amr larely Is successful. But when the wind en the prairie eles down the simple contrivance of splitting the carcass of a steer, tying it by oue foreleg te the saddle pest of one rider and by the ether te that of a second, eno man riding en eno bide of the flames and another en Uie opposite thus forcing the heavy and bleed carcass ever the line of flame, Is sometimes effective. It Is dangerous and difficult work, for horses, like all ether brutes, have an extravagant fear of flames and rear and dance In their presence. In the same locality Roosevelt shared In nn experience which would inalct nt command, "Tet ward!" It rang out again at San Juan. There the Rough Rider, glaring through the fierce heat and drizzling damp ever the slope toward the Spanish trenches, rushed forIn tills connection there occurs a ward at the head of an assemblage In reference te the relation between hunt- which representatives of commands Pre- ing and statesmanship, wh ch, coming ether than his own nbeunded. from Roosevelt's own pen seven years lessienai opnen may niuer as te me or mere age, new seems almost prophetic. In eno of his published works, many who believe ItVe have been nre- mature But it succceded, and nothing "The Wilderness Hunter," he says: succeeds like success. Frederick' "It is worth noting new many of the leaders among our states- Staunton Gere, in the Philadelphia' men and soldiers have sought strength Times. and pleasure in the chase or in kindred vigorous pastimes. Of course, field sports, or at least the wilder kinds THE SAME OLD SIGN which entail the exercise of daring and tne endurance of tell and hardships, and which lead men afar into the forests and mountains, stand above ath.aSSjk letic exercise; exactly as among the R3 i latter, rugged outdoor games, like feet ball and lacrosse, are much superior te mere gymnastics and calisthenics. "With a few exceptions the men among us who have steed foremost in ft .t 3V TlWS. political leadership, like their fellows who have led our armies, have been of stalwart frame and sound bodily health. When they sprang from the frontier folk, as did Lincoln and Andrew Jacksen, they usually hunted much in their youth, if only as an Incident in the prolonged warfare waged by themselves and their klnsmen against the wild forces of nature. Old Israel Putnam's wolf killing feat comes strictly under this, head." It will be admitted by every one wlsn mind Is at nil atlapted te the censidera tien of such a subject, that the last four years have played sad havoc with the prephotic literature of Mr. Bryan's last campaign. If the patriarch Neah had predicted a drought Instead of a deluge rnd had advocated a system of Irrigation Instead of building an ark, his friends and relatives would have had less reason to complain of him than Mr, Bryan's disciples new have te cemplnln of their lender. He said that If the geld standard were continued prices would still fin t her decline. But the prices of all products of labor have gene steadily up. lie said that wages would decrease, and the employment of people, even then precarious, would still further tall But wages have Increased until, if we may believe Mr. Carrell D. Wright, they have reached the highest mark yet known in our industrial hi6tery, while the employment of the people is new universal and uninterrupted. Mr. Bryan said that the burden of debt would be multiplied by the Increase of interest rutes and the scarcity of money. But money was never se plentiful, and in terest rates, tending still lower, were never se low before. It is net claimed that things are going se well in the United States as could be wished; but It Is net toe much te say that things are going se much better than Mr. Bryan predicted that the general confidence in him as an apostle of the national deliverance has quite gen erally disappeared. Nobody doubts that his opinions en the sublcct of the free coinage of sliver were sincere, and that very fact determines the issue of this cerapalgn. Thcie may be a wide difference of opinion as te the causes of the present prosperity of the people; but thore is eno thing which cannot be dis puted, and that Is, that the standard of value upon which the whole fabric of American business rests cannot be But Just as his success in the office disturbed, or even puts In serious jeopof Assistant Secretary of the Navy ardy, without producing results fatal te was acknowledged there came the dls- - the employment, investments, and entcr- tant rumbling ei the war with Spain,! prises of the whelo community. The nnd Roosevelt's thoughts turned afield. Democratic party has net put aside the With prompt bluutness he resigned his silver question, because It has recanted Secretaryship and proceeded te organ- Its faith in the platform of 189G. It has begun talking about something else, ize the Rough Riders. In cempnny witii Leenard Weed, for simply because the old subject has be- merly an army surgeon, they invited cemc tiresome, and because the audi the wild characters of the West, and' ence 13 se scattered that it Is beyond these of the East as well, te Jein them! even the eloquence of Mr. Brynn te In a unique organization of cavalrymen i bring them together again. te serve In the war with Spain. An act If any man doubts the real purpose of Congress was necessary, and he that is in the minds of Democratic leadcaused it te be promptly passed. It au- ers, and the real motive that would conthorized the formation of two such reg- trol Mr. Bryan's administration. If he iments, but a part of eno only, and that were elected President, let him recall the one of which Roosevelt was Lieu- the fact that while In the Kansas City tenant Colonel, actually saw service In Convention was sitting Mr. Bryan staked Cuba. his political life en a demand, tele Many of the Rough. Riders, en the phoned from his home at Lincoln that ether hand, had been cowboys, and' the platform of ISSfi should be relterated wnue absolutely at home in the saddle,1 in the exact terms which he Invented walked with difficulty and with that for use In the last Piesldentlal cam- shambling, uncertaiu gait which marks, palgn. His success, therefore, whatever the lifetime horseman when set afoot.' else It may mean, forshadews the exact They were, however, absolutely fear- - legislation and administrative policy re less and absolutely undisciplined, har- - quired te overthrew the old geld stand-rin- g the confidence they felt in Woed.ard and plunge the country into new and Roosevelt. When the army wps rsitatlens, fat u as once te Industry dtaembarked in Cuba they marched, nnd commerce. It is In vain for men with the ethers fiem DalquiU te Sibe- - who have a stake In tin1 national pies- ney. in nexi nay iiiey siaricu eariy, perity, wnctiicr t'iny wen? ler ineir uv In the direction of Sevilla, but fell into ing by the day or enjoy tlm prosperity, the Spanish line of fire at a place whethrr they work for their living by named Ciunsimas. AH accounts ngrcc the ela ei enjoy the dividends of Invest that Roosevelt In the face of this fierce' cd capit.Ufi te sllenct their apprhrn fusilade never lest his presence et' slens te believing that the financial law mind, but cheered, urged and enceur- - of 1900, enacted by the Republican party his men. It was the first taste ' against the pretest of the Democrats In of death In the Cuba.n cumpaign, ami both Houses of Congress, has made it Roosevelt's command hud the pest of cafe te vote the Democratic ticket again, The Secretary of the Ticasury has given honor. i ill-it-; mile uul ui imwiiiuius IUU UHUilu uiu uuaiuuns tvutiii l limcijr uuiuuiu a bill cf particulars. Most cf the men who listen te him can answer his questions point blank The3Q who were earning nothing and selling nothing In ISO! and 1895 wived nothing. These who have been selling their surplus products and who have been earning geed wages under Republican policy can point Mr. Bryan (e their snvinge. In 1891 there were i.'HM.fiOG depositors in our national banks, CO.756 in State and privnte banks, 203,368 iu lean nnd trust companies, and 3,113,-47- 7 In savings banks. In 1899 there were 1,991,183 depositors In national banks, 9GG.394 in State and privnte banks, 413,321 In lean nnd trust companies, and 4,254,516 in savings banks. Here is an Increase of 2,109,547 iu the' number of depositors in banks. The value of deposits iu 1S94 was In 1899 the amount was nu increase of $1,733.G0G,-G9S). The average deposit In banks was $520 In 1894 and ?602 in S99. As if in direct answer te Mr. Bryan's insinuations, the figures in Nebraska, Kansas, Colerado and the aie particularly significant The increase In deposits In North Dakota Is ever 100 per cent, or from $2,275,795 in 1M)4 te $5,050,000 in 1899. In Seuth Dekota there has been an increase from $2,95S,4C3 te $7,042,915, or an Increase of $4,084,452. In Nebraska there has been an increase from te $35,726,105. In Kaimas thore has been nn Increase from $17,147,160 te $33,005,101, or an Increase of When Mr. Bryan tells the people of any of these States that their condition Is as bad under Republican rule as under the administration of Cleveland, the men, women and children with their savings in bank will rise up against him. ,. $2,871,-528,40- 0. -- x y -- Da-ket- as $22,-12S.2- 40 $1G,-457,9- rt'- - ( Lll'i . HEARST WARNS BRYAN. Mr. W. R. Hearst, of the San Franciseo Examiner, the New Yerk Journal and the Chicago American, is eno of the greatest of American expansionists. He gave Mr. Bryan a few words of advice in San Francisce Examiner April 27, 1S99: "We trust that Mr. Bryan will yet range himself in line with the Nation- al for expansion. The it comes at Intervals te every vigorous nation when the old boundaries are toe contracted for the pulsing life within thorn, and when the health of the body politic demands that room. The popular instinct understands the need for these periodical expansions, and every gen-ulRtatesmnn understands it, toe. "The popular instinct of a nation cannot be changed In sixteen months, nor can a creature of expediency be co verted Inte a statesman by an appeal te the truths of history. "MR. BRYAN MAY THINK HE IS CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE AND THAT Ume has come, ns ne aspirations anl I tlen, that notwithstanding the new previsions of law, a single act of executive felly may, even new, threw away all the fruits of the victory of 1S96. ri-- HIS SILLY TALK ABOUT 'IMPERIALISM' MOVES THEM, BUT HE WILL 300N FIND OUT THAT AMERICANS ARE AS MUCH IN FAVOR OF EXPANSION TODAY AS THEY WERE WHEN THEY APPLAUDED THE ACQUISITION OF THE LOUISIANA TERRITORY BY THAT NOTED IMPERIALIST, THOMAS JEFFERSON." . f$'i" Never before In the history of Presidential campaigns have the supporters of a candidate been asked te that the platform means tie of what it says. The Democrats nrgue that Bryan will net de anything te advance the cause of silver ,as he has premised te de. They are also being convinced that he would net retire the army from the Philippines as he has premised. Such an anomalous condition should net beget confidence. h$h I bo-lle- vo i BRYANITE FILIPINOS. Recent development in the Phil cer-else ro-ve- rse IPPlucs will go far toward discrediting J bread-shoulder- !.. a-- meck-loekln- Flo, .,. - It is a singular coincidence that the chairman of the convention that nominated this same young man for the Vice Presidency was once upon a time a hunting companion of the youthful nominee. Roosevelt, by the way, is a youth as a Vice Presidential candidate he is but 42 years. But in Roosevelt's earlier hunting days he was fend of riding te the hounds In the Gcncse valley, where Mr. Wadsworth's famous pack bad their habitat Writing of one hunt 'With Its Jumps eyer stiff timber. Its falls and scrambles, he notes that out of afield of twenty-fiv- e riders en tiat occasion .but four survived the ma tbe finis! Ca- I." Hi Captured the Biyan campaign. resnondfinre found en the nereens of men high In the confidence of the Tn- gals and their leaders, which Is made public from time te time by the Wai Department, shows conclusively that these Filipinos who are being paraded by the Bryanites as patriots of the Geerge Washington stripe are a band of cutthroats and murder- ers. It lias been shown that they would enter the city of Manila and burn down the town and destroy net only American but foreign property, and de this for the purpose of making it appear that the United States Government cannot protect the lives and property of all peeplo there. Several attacks have been planned which take the form and nature of a massacre, and which resemble mero the plans of a band of savages, rather than of men supposed te be a band of organized soldiers fighting for their liberty. Loet, net liberty ,1s what the Agulnaldlsts demand; anarchy, net governmont; bleed and butchery, instead of peace and prosperity. anti-Imperi- al The black man in North Carolina ! denied his liberty nnd participation in the government, but as he lives In the United States he does net oxclte the sympathy of Bryan or get a word in his speeches. The development in the Philippines two islands which will preduco enough rubber te supply net only this country but the world, will be a great thing for the United States. We new send abroad about $30,000,000 annually for rubber. If all of this can be in our own dominions, besides sending an equal amount te foreign nations, se much the better for the United States, and this is also a fur ther proof that there should be no ' "scuttling" pellcyjn the PbUlpipnes. of pro-duced :VVV Al .. r ' vMi ...W 'V! W' A.'' adl vl jA .Hi It may at least conselo Mr. Bryan The Democrats of Ken- te knew that, In cese President mzj i i i tucky are net only supporting Mr. is times will be geed Yerkes for Governer but thousands of for four years mere and he can add BRYAN CANNOT PAINT IT OUT. thorn, rememberlng Mr, Bryan's un- still further te his pile. HH qualified indersement ; of Goebellsm, The Democrats, Populists, Silver Re have declared their Intention of votThp Democratic managers have al- publicans and have ing for McKlnley and Roosevelt. The readr carried' alb et the. States formed a trust with a view te destroy. prespwt fer a WMral political hpuae-- UAjrlU nt, but It la tt84toe4..t Ing all cempetlties, sad elecilHg will- . "IS.-.mXJuekr tM antl-Geebel t- kjh $ ey cjelg lr vfe- - rwk X'eUa'ftrWiiBta i-- y. v JJtfh. 'Jtk ,v Vi .Wt ,j.Mp '.i Hi-tfell 4WV u iutuu?. v