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THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 18H7.
Dumochatic rotation don't always
Hauiiv Tasiv and Andy Weil
Tim cussing hai conimcuced and
will coulinuo for twa years.
To the victors belong the spoils a
true saying, and one that should prevail
A KKtv Republicans can now repent
of their action in bimiwrtiug the
Wk sympathise with the defeated,
as we had a doso ourselves this Mime
month and know how it is.
Caucus nominees have uot always
been elected: bo caicful, boys, and
keep a strong hold on tho Hue.
It looks very much liko thu A. 1'
A.'s and Populists were "in it" last
night when the council made its nominations.
Thk list of caucus nominees com
prise some good men, but a majority
of them arc uew ones at the rack. It
remains to be seen what the outcome
Will OC. .'
Tim Itegistci had another one of
its blundering sewer articles today,
indicating that .the reporter has again
drinks with "someono
interested in the contract."
A codncilmah said no man who
was eveu suspected of voting for tin
present Republican council need apply;
a perusal of the list will veiify
tbe truthfulness of the assertion.
I ii n Democrats are still going to
defeating Senator Hauna for re election.
The Senator's case, however,
will be treated all right when the Re
publican caucus is held, and ho will
get a six year term in Washington os
a reward for services to hi party
Tur. caucus has nominated. Now
what arc you going to do with the
sewerage.' Look up tho statistics,
compare tbo death rato of cities tho
sizo of Pad u cab, that have no sewer
age, with tho rate our own city ;
then do ns you will. Rut bo careful,
for it is said that someone has hold
of a hot potato and wants to drop it;
bo careful of any changes ; ns you
assume all responsibility when the
least change is made.
It is not amiss for our morning
contemporary to boast of its
vigilance" if it wants to, but
tho result of the caucus last night,
about which it says it today presents
a complete report of last i ighl's
caucus proceedings, although the
meeting was strictly private mid no
one was admitted except the board
and mayor-elect," was given it by
members of the sent to
the olllce for the express purpose of
giving the people the entire proceed
ings. ThU is what calls "enter-
Dit. Thomas W. Evans, the fa
mous American dentist who died Sun-
day in Paris, had attended the teeth
of nearly all the crowned heads in
Europe, except (Jueen Victoria mid
the Turkish Sultun. Ho attended
Napoleon III, and aided tho Empress
Eugenia to escape from Pnrii aficr
tho battle of Sedan. Ho wai a
staunch friend of tho Union dining
tho civil war and cmiihasid his ns-
triotism by buying very heavily
American securities when they had
fallen very low. Ho also invented
the gold filling process. Hn went to
Parisjwhcn a young man, and became
The setting up of tho plo counter
too often marks nu end ot harmony.
Tils Is being illustrated in LouUrillo
under tho ndinlnUtratl m ot Mayor
Weaver. The Loimv llo Dhpilcli
publishes a big kick because the
mtyor kcciuj 'o show a di.tpoition to
recognize the old school Democrats.
Tho Dispatch is laboring under the
hallucination that "wo did It," that
It elected Weaver ami Shackelford,
and feels indignant that the Democracy
of Louisville don't recognize thu
fact nlo. The new miyor has made
the managing editor of the Kvenlng
Time his secretary nl Sl.iOO and
the Dispatch sees n big slight and
also catches on to the direction of tl c
A QUESTION IN LAW.
Au incident which happened in
connection with tho trial of Martin
Thorn, iu Long Island City, the other
day, for the inurdir of William
Guldcusuppc, Ins raised a very inter
esting question regarding tho ethical
duty, under certain circumstance?, of
a lawyer who may bo tho counsel for
Thorn was jointly indicted with
Mrs. Augusta Nnck for tho killing
and dismemberment of Ouldcnsoppp,
whoso remains were scattered promiscuously
about New York City and
the waters adjacent thereunto. The
state elected to try Thorn first, and
ho was, and still is, represented by
Mr. Howe, a somewhat celebrated
and decidedly spectacular criminal
lawyer of New York City. Mrsi
Nock's counsel wa, and It, Emanuel
Friend, also of Now York.
Now, tho uneasy conscience of
Mrs. Nack, aided perhaps bj her fear
of conviction if she remained silent,
proved too much for her, and sho
confessed to Lawyer Friend, her at
torney, giving him tho wholo story of
tho atrocious butchery, bu having
ing previously advised her to confer
if sho were guilty. Lawyer Friend
then notified the District Attorney of
his client's confession, aud Mrs. Nnck
went upon tho stand as a witness
against Vhoru, and declared that they
were jointly guilty of Guldunsuppo'b
Lawyer Howe thereupon declared
that Lawyer Friend's action in per
mitting Mrs. Nack to confess iu court
was a betrayal of his duty toward his
client, and he (Howo) furthermore
declared and thanked God that, iu a
practice of thirty-five yiars, ho had
"never permitted a client to coufes?
unless direct evidence cxistel agaiust
The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune
recounts tho above factn nnd
fe'ien pDpjindstha following question:
'Did Lawyer Frieud, knowing bis
client to bo guilty, do right or .wrong
In nllowing imr tn (onfi.s to bor
Lawyer Friend, iu allowing his
client to confess, recognized tho relation
ho bears both to his client and
society. This relationship is a very
delicate ono and one that seems oftentimes
totally to bo misunderstood
by the lawyers. It is leally the
provise of tbe lawyer to sec that his
client has the benefit of all doubts
atiung from tho cvideuco and thu
bened's of as liberal interpretation of
the law as possible. It Is uot his
duty to proclaim the innocence of his
client and endeavor to have him set
free whatever tho evidence in the case
may 1)2. A lawyer has a duty to
perform towards society as well as
his clicuf. In general, however, a
lawyer must retain his case even if lie
becomes convinced that his client is
guilty. By throwing up the case or
bj' cxpofing his client ho would it
acting as final judge, when the law
says every man is entitled to a trial
by a jury of his peers ; furthermore,
tbc confessions of a client arc confidential,
and must be so considered
unless tho client wishes them made
public. In this case Mrs. Nack released
heHawyer from tho silr.nco
by the ethics of tho profession.
His duty then to society at ouce
compdhd him to act as ho did. Wo
believo that his courso will be ap
proved by the members of his profession
rather thau tho customary course
of Lawyer Howo as stated by himself.
THE SLJtVEKAGE QUES1ION.
The investigation of the sower
and work will do no harm, nnd
may be of benefit by giving some
stupid fellow correct ideas. Every
ono Is interested in having tho work
done properly. Tho Suk has no
greater interest thau any other citizen
in tho mutter, but is satisfied that
tho best system which tho people can
have has been adopted.
Just exactly the manner in which
tho work is being done, it has no individual
knowledge, but from best,
dispassiunato information believes it
lias been done successfully. The
progress of tho work has been slower
than anticipated, aud while this is do-lay
only, to tho pc6ple,if tho contract
or can stand it, why tho people- can.
ilut it may bo distinctly alllrmcd that
If any commlttco shall commence
tampering with luo contract and
with its terms, the contract
or, who is now evidently losing money
on his job, will make his profit iu tho
way of a suit for damages against tho
cily. In tho present meddlesome
temper of some citizens, who are urging
tho incoming council to do some
radical net, much care 1 to bo taken
n it todiMnn Ihc cr (,
n r lay tho city hal Y f r d ijlgo
The tily now has a g 1 t'i'L:t,
lth good bond, nnd t the Tiik
nIiiiII not bo done mvnitliiig to t on-tract,
thoiclx no requirement that the
city shall pay fur It. There i-l no
question but that the contractor could
piy n haiiiUoiue premium foi
a -mo citizens to the work, r
have the count it take soive .steps that
would be linkeiiiig with the contract
or with tho contractor, mi that ho
could have a more leisurely time, ami
not only avoid Lis contract but sue
tho city for dtunngo3 hmilo. The
uiWoocMsiry ullauk on Mr. Elliott has
aomo s'tnilitudo to tho fellow who
would take lilt watch from a
to have It repaired at a
blacksmith shop, 'or take a law
to a doctor's olllce for attention.
Mr. Elliott is u civil engineer a sanitary
engineer a practical sewer engineer
and has now iu charge nnd
iupctititondiug a sowcrsttem. Hels
uot only fcoieutill , but a man of
practical every day experience. Mr.
Wilcox Is a citil engineer. Itoth
these men nrc employed by tho city
to attend to tho business aud aro fully
competent and honorable.
It seems that is or lim been a
dispute between the contractors and
engineers, nnd our people are asked
to take si los against our own competent
employes. Those follows ttho
stand nroiiud ttio corners and talk
about sewers, get tluir informaliun
of th'J failure of the system aud Ihc
bad work being dono from tho contractors
or their employes. Now
who would like to foment some sort
of trouble, which Iho contractor
could take advantage of to his own
profit? If Mr. Elliott is to bo dismissed
is there any other, who know
the business better, thau himself, or
Is more honorable? All this bosh
nnd stirabout sewers, is not for the
interest of tho city. Not that, the
Sun would say' any one haibcen paid
to keep it up, but it docs nut look
reasonable or patriotic. The council
will do well enough, to satisfy itself
by investigation, but if it undertakes
to tinker with tho contract or tal.c
any action disturbing the relations
of tho contractor nml the cily, it is
certain to meet with lawsuit and damages.
Tho hener system and contract
has been the Eiibjtct of too much
thought to be lightly handled aud no
hoop-la action ought to prevail. An
carncit, thoughtful confcidoratiou will
bo beneficial, but tho
should not bo listened to
IJUYAN'ri MOClv AKUUMHVI'S
Mr. Hryaa's renewal of his eilvor
argument dtitiiig his biif litur'lii
Ohio has ictitcd interest iu his theories
aud abortions of last year's
campaign. There is opceiul
in eecing h'.tv thvy have stood
tho wear of a year.
Soruiholy has taken occasion, in
view of his I'enaissnnce of Itrtnuisin,
to look up some of his assertions of
la t year, and comment on them in
the light of present conditions. Hnti
arc a lew or tlio extracts from Ins
speeches of lSttC, and the comment'
"Tills conspiracy which wo have
to meet is a conspiracy which lias for
its ultimate object the striking down
of silver as ono of tho
moneys of the world."
Mr. Hryan assumes that
has been lu active opcrall n
since 1873. Yet, according to tin
director of the United States Min,
there is mora than double the amount
of silver money in use in tiic world
today thau there was in 1H73, and
practically all of it is a full legal tender.
Director Preston estimates the
amount of silver money iu tho woili
in 1873 at 81,817,000,000, while today
it is $1,200,000,000. If this ii
the result of a "confpiracy'' tf
twenty-four years, would It not I o
well to let the "conspiracy" go ou?
'Wo complain of the gold
because an increased demand for
gold has raised the price of gold and
lowered the price of all those things
which exchaiigo for money."
How can there be an increa'cd do-
intnd for gold when gold, silver and
paper money as well us bank ex
changes nave inerenseu inucii more
rapidly thau tho papulation iu tho
past few years? Tho increased ea30
of producing both gold and silver lias
enormously increased Ihc quantity of
them offered to tho public. According
to Mulhall und Preston, there is
nearly six times ns much gold and
twice as much silver iu tho world to
day as there was lifty years ago.
Docs this look as though there was
"nu increase demand for gold which
lias raised tho pilcti of gold?"
"Our opponents cannot ignore tlio
fact that gold is now goint; abroad iu
spite of all legislation intended to
prevent it, and that no silver is coined
to tnko in place." Hadnmi Sipiaro
Garden speech, 18'J(5.
In tbo fiscal year 18D7 the imports
of gold wcro $11,053,200 iu esccas
of the imports of that metal, and the
flow of gold from Kuropo to the
United States recently bee, Wio
great as to alarm tho llun fli of
that patt of tho world. ffl I
'Wc liolievo that tho freinJP igu.
of t.lrerwPi i.r n ; gold to this emir-
try, nnd tli.it, ton, w.uioiil the aid of
' Speech at Syracuse,
X Y., Mlhi,
If Hint is the effect of the free coinage
of llver. why duos it not do so in
Ihc which now hate free
uoitiKjtr? Tho South American
states hnvt? had free culling'! of Hllver
fur many years, yet gold does not up-
year to bu dtifibig thoin. Instead
of gn'd going to them, or their bring
ab'o to keep the gold which thuy have
mluenl, as Mr. Hryuusays wld happen
muler the fmo of silver, they
have lest thulr goM until they have
today but fl.lt for caoh Individual.
'UiuetallUin is cuilurscd by human
Tho gold standa'd has
nothing t endorse It except tile
misery widen Minns wherever It
has been tiicd. Uluvtlaud speech,
Tho sort of bimetallism which Mr.
Ilryan propos-s is that sort which
prevails in Mexico, South America,
Central and China. The
people of .Mexico have a per capita of
money m circulation amounting to
88.11; those of Central Ameiica
S3.CG ; tho3c of South America $1 0(
(exclusive, of their irredeemable
paper mi.ncy,) and lho3e of China
52 08. The gold standard countries
Lave a per capita circulation of from
310 to 83"i each, and inuludu all the
most enlightened aud prosperous null
ins of tho globe.
"The advocates of tho gold stand-
arjFuavo never iiarcu to tunum rial
sfaiidurd to the arbitrament of Iho
ballot." Columbus epeech 18UG,
There have been thirteen national
ejections for Cougress since the act
which dropped the silver coins of the
United States was offered in
In every ono of those the
people have bad full opportunity to
"exercise the a bitramcut of tho bal-1)1"
upon this question, aud they
have never clecteel a majority of a
Cougresd iu favor of reversing Iho
proportion ot that act. Why does
Mr. Hryan say that it has not been
submitted to the "nrbttrntnaut of tho
ballot"? The silver-mine owners
have for a quarter of n century been
urging tho people to submit tho gold
standard to the "ai bitramcut of the
upon it, aud they have expressed
at every election
of members of Congress by roftisiug
to lend to the of Representatives
n majority favoring Iho free
coinage of silver, and last year by refusing
to elect n President favoring
"The Republican puly has been
legislating to make tho dollar dearer.
Senator Sherman said Jauiiary
'J.", 18D0: 'If our profent currency
is estimated at SI, 400,000,000, and
our population increasing at tbe rate
of 3 per cent, per annum, it would
take 812,000,000 increased
each year to keep pace with the
increase'd population.' What
provision has the Republican party
made for tho supply of tho money
that we need? Nono whatever."
3rccnboro (N. C ) speech, 18'JG.
There was added to tho metallic
currc'cy of the country last fiscal
year Jll,t)59,001, or 112 percent
more than to "keep pace
with the increase of the population."
On the whole, it would s:em that
most of Mr. Hryan's statements arc
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people forsaku huppy homes without
any earthly i onion for doing mi and
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has excited widespread discussion
of late, and some of our best
novelists have founded thrilling romances
on this strange subject. Hut
no onu lias yet been able to find nu
answer to Iho question, 'What becomes
of these missing people?'
'Perhaps the bcH explanation of
tho mystery may In found iu thu
words of u New Yoik ph;8iciaii who
is u keen observer. According to his
thery theso people nro sufferers from
various disastrous mtihdies from
which they gain no relief. Their
surroundings eventually become
to them. lit their diseased
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fate. Even Uioso who fancy
theinseves strong, well and mentally
sound may become unhnppy, morose
aud tlesparlug. The scriousuess of
these fm.'ts should cause erery man
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upon the Hystcm u mwurc, that show
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either too weak or too diseased to
throw it from the system. When
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maliH iu the blood, poisons the body
and often the mind aud eauscJ disease
and too frequently death."
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that in order to avoid moroseuess,
pain and other worse things, it is
necessary to get rid of this uric acid?
This can only bo done by helping the
kidneys, which may have been
weakened, to throw it out and that
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that there is but one great ami reliable
discovery of the present day that
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and blllonncv l'lcaoo buy and try a box
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with box-plaited back and trimmed
Por ladies' black or navy blue cloth
coats, made of good quality beaver,
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ami scams trimmed with wide nnd
Gray or fleecy double blankets,
with colored borders, large size,
A beautiful 11 -4 all-wool white
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comforts, red oil calico
on one side and figured on the
other, for $1.00.
Colicu comforts, figured on one
side and plain oil red calico on the
other, extra large size, $1.50.
Wc have just received a line of
plaid and striped silks in the very
newest styles. They are beauties.
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Will be pi xud by .in inspection
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We luive studied the wsiuts of the
enh people, nnd me ready to supply their
every need in shoes
f 3IO IlKOVDWAV Tltl.HPIlO.NU 310.
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Ho may bo entirely innocent. Maybe his work was goo I
but has been mistreated. Whatever tho tauo of tho break
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II, but hnvo it fixed up. Wo r.ro ready to make rrpairs
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Dr. Albert Bernheim
Physician and Surgeon
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PADUCAH BOTTLING CO.
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Give you All Kinds of
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GIVKN TO ALL ORDBKS.
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Tenth and Madison streets.
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kinds of Temperance Drinks.