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: 4& S5 Crutcher 109 62 9SI 1 2 4 100 99 03 90 00 90 01 102 70 94 03 100 64 99 01 103 59 102 01
'tl fSfl: $7C3 I'oosey 22-J US 09 1 4 1 66 05 H4 60 147 05 145 CO 145 65 140 65 145 66 145 66 140 03 14E
U Igff 52 Newby 29C 13ll 150 147 146 126 146 126 148 126 147 127 145 127 146 128 145 126 147 127 146 127
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J.T. Jackson, Democrat, City At
torney, 515 votes, no opposition.
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The Richmond Climax.
FDBLIHHrilIr.Kl WRDNESDA1 BV
WEDNESDAY. NOV 10, -
Tin: hatchet is buried.
Main and Broadway.
Wi: put the X ray on the Republicans.
The Democrats put the X
mark where it did the balance.
Tin: majority rules; the will of the
people is hiipreme. Pantagraph.
Excellent Democratic doctrine.
Your boss, Mark Hanua, says: "The
people be damned."
Of thirty-five olliccrs voted for in
on Tuesday of lat week,
the Republicans got only eight two
Magistrates, two Constables, Mayor
and three Councihnen.
A max named McCreary was defeated
for Marshal of Frankfort. He
was a Republican. Moral: Don't
go under the log cabin. This also
applies to Mr. Martin, of "Woodford.
Bbxjamin Pkkky, Democrat, defeated
W. L. Yerkes for Mayor of
Paris by 15 majority. Yerkes is a
brother of Collector Yerkes, who
made a speech in Paris in his brother's
Dy voting for those men under the
rooster our sound money Democratic
frioiuls who seem to have had such
an aversion for free silverism and
other ism-,, voted for Bryanism.
Evidently these gentlemen
thought, of two evils Bryanism is the
a standard of every-
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Proprietors sad Editors.
) The ollieial returns gives the Demo-1
crais anotlier member of the Legisla-,
Hire from Louisville, Letterle win-I
ning by three votes over ():;den.
A .great tidal wae of prosperity
struck tlie country on Nov. 2. The
Republicans can't see it that wy
but the majority of the people lo
Fiiom latest returns it seems that
Hon. Marcus A. Hanua will succeed
himself as United Senator ftoin Ohio.
Are you proud of that?
Dr. IIuxtkk goes to JGuatemala,
Dr. Deboe to Washington, and Tutt
Burnam to Frankford. Meanwhile
Republicnism in Kentucky goes to
slep tliat knows no wakinri!
Tkx thousand of the enrolled petition
signers whose flattering mandate
to place Hiudman's name on
the ballot for Clerk of the Court of
Appeals was heralded abroad, did
not vote for him.
Joirx Thoki'e telephoned from
Bert-a early in the day: "The Democratic
news is too good to be told."
That put Richmond in a flurry and
when the result was announced John
Thorpe's prediction was true.
Tiiky beat us in the countj , but
the city of Richmond lias been redeemed.
Thanks, for this much.
Let the redeemers get to work before
their Salvation Oil runs one.
The Republican party can blame nobody
for their defeat except themselves.
Two years of bitter and
relentless faction fighting could but
produce disaster. They fell into a
ditch which they themselves dug.
Repuklioax principles were not
defeated in this fight because thev
were not assailed. John L Bosley in
Lack of principles, Bosley. lack of
principles, was what defeated the old
If Kentucky and New York had
gone Democratic in 18!6 Bryan would
been elected President. Likewise
Kentucky would have gone Demo
cratic had the Dispatch been issued at
the cornea of 4th and Green, Louisville,
McKixley says he is well pleased
with the result of the election, which
means he is easily pleased or else he
believes it ridded him of Mark Han
na s inlluence. If the voters tickle
him that way again he will laugh
himself to death.
The result was brought about by
use of money and by working- ui
race prejudice Pantagraph.
Race prejudice! And the wood
cock fell over as dead as a Luetzert
sausage. Race prejudice! Iu other
words, but why add to the agony.
The Indianapolis Sentinel says:
After these elections no one can de
ny that the Democratic party is for
the Chicago platform, and it is useless
for any one who pretends to be a
Democrat to countenance an organization
working in opposition to the
Hindmax did not carry a single
precinct iu Adair, his home county,
which gave him a total of only 61 out
of a total of 2,700 votes. Of the 13
precints four gave him one vote
each, and two gave him none. And
this is fame! The county, always
Republican, went Democratic this
Sitce ever thing went Democratic
last week the London Times says;
; The outlook is not very cheering either
for the United States or for those
having business or political dealings
We don't vote to please other countries
every year, like we did in "J6.
Besides, you are not so very warm.
It required two dayp for Mr. Watter-
son to recover his power of speech and
to dig himself out of the debris under
which the National Democracy was buri
ed but he writes from the. rear of the
piitccsM'iu iu language that makes the
Hearts ol liia old friends and foimer as
sociates bleed, to tell his followers that
they are "completely annihilated." His
article is reprinted in full on our outside
pages, together with the hot responce of
OFFICIAL COUNT IN Trie CITY RftCeS.
Tiik turnpike bond issue carried
provided it required only two thirds
of the total vote cast on that proposition.
Nkgko voter after the election.
"Can't you do nothin"."'
Late Republican Candidates. "Go
to h 1."
A. J. Cakkoll, J. C. Sinseand E. H.
Haither, State compiiiui committee for
the Hatmacrnts, have concluded they
cauuot inauaKe a camp lign worth a d
Poor Hiudman highly respected
by the Democracy of Kentucky now
lias their utter contempt. Even the
Republican despise him because of his
weakness and his inability to help them
more than he did.
If Bryanism lias gained ground at no
important point, we may record with
god heart another iniioii.il victory.
N. Y. Sun, dav befo'e the election.
As Bryanism triumphed at several
important points ue record a national
Ix a county where three-fourths of
its taxes are paid by the Democrats,
as in Madison, it is not to be wondered
at that the people wish their
affairs attended to by their own party.
.None out Democrats on guartl" is a
Ik one wishes to know the true estimate
of the leaders of the Republican
party for the negro now that
some of the best of them have dared
to act with the Democrats, just get in
their neighborhood and hear them
say "damn treacherous nigger."
The Mexicans missed the greatest
oppoitunity of their live? when William
Jennings didn't visit them
From the Pantagraph's syndicate
Mexico might have profited by his
visit, as did Democracy in Kentucky,
which triumphed wherever the aforesaid
William Jennings spoke.
With three in doubt, the
next Legislature will ba comjiobed of
100 silver men and :i Republicans. Two
of the doubtful districts have probably
elected silver men. Thus saith the
Journal. If the above is correct
there will be 102 Democrats and 30 Republicans
in the next Legislature.
Tin: Republicans are shifting the
responsibility of the result of the
election. Some lay it on Deboe, or
Hunter, or Bradley, or McKinley or
even on Todd. While all of them are
in one way or another responsible, to
a certain extent, the principal responsibility
rests with the voters who are
tired of the whole gang.
Personally, we like these newly
chotcn oflicers and hereby extend to
tnem that fellowship wh'ich basso
long made us one people and one
Is it pie you want? If so you put a
fly in the butter when you say:
"By resorting to the usual
methods-, the Democrats were
enabled to triumph."
Gk.nerai.ly speaking the returns from
thirteen States New York will
illuminate the gru.it question as to the
extent to which i lie natural and usual
reaction after such a victory as that of
189G has affected the politics of the present,
N. Y. bun, day before the election.
The "great question" Eeems to have
been sufficiently illuminated, especially
in New York and Kentucky, Eh?
The Low conspirators are engaged in
a movement which, if not smashed, will
send a Democrat to the United States
Senate to succeed I'd ward Mnrphv, Jr.,
of Troy; will elect a Democratic Governor
ami a full set of Democratic State
oflicers, and will eventually, in 1900,
turned over New York State to the
Democratic Presidential candidate. N.
Y. Sun, day before the election.
The "movement was not smashed,''
hence weconcludeihattheSuu's prophecy
will be fulfilled. "If you see it in the
San it's true."
Republican Candidate Bailey swung
around the State crying "Where is
Shackelford? He's afraid of me! He
can't speak! I'll pay his expenses if he
Now we hear that Mr. Bailey is dead
broke an J owes SoOO barrowed money,
while Shackelford won his race, mar
ties a wealthy -girl to-Jay, and can
laugh best as he laughs last; he will also
eat chicken pie Instead of crow A
good speaker may be n good clerk, but
it dosn't require of a good cleric to be a
good spoakerVor a good runner either.
Eli, Mr. BaileyY
41 ' 462
motherless, born without
sin, it came into the world and
went right out again, did the Stanford
Commercial. Republican- The result
of tlio election in Lincoln county as
well as the evident uelessness of two
papeis at Stanford, doubtless decided
its Ohio prospiretors to discontinue.
Meanwhile the like
Tennyson's Brook, goes on forever. So
be it Selah!!
Read and be wise. This is the
editorial utterance of the
O., Review, a Republican paper pub
lished by and for the Negro:
"The negro was ainiin loyal to the
principles of the Republican party.
Their vote was cast almost solid! v for
that party this time as it has been in
the past Without that vote or even
one-half of it the party would not
now bo celebrating a victory, but
wailing over a depided defeat."
What is true of Ohio is true of nearly
every State in the Union. "That's
what makes Democrats," remarked
a Lexington Republican sorrowfully,
as he viewed a procession of negroes
celebrating Harrison's election in '88.
Oxe year ago the Republican
party said if the people of this great
country of ours wouut elect McKinley
President and a Republican Congress,
there would be such an era of
prosperity in this country as it had
not witnessed in many ye.rs. By
force fraud, corruption and deceit
McKinley and a Republican Congress
were elected, and what has been the
The election last week everywhere
answers the question. In the few instances
where the Republicans were
not overwhelmingly beaten, their
former majorities were so reduced as
to prove the disgust of the people
and the great revulsion of feeling at
the emptiness of Republicanism.
The Pantagraph's retraction is
sufficient and satisfactory to the
Climax, and to its request that we
bury the hatchet we accede. That
applies to personal journalism, in
which it engaged. As to burying the
political hatchet, we object. If that's
the object of the meeting, we moye to
adjouin to the battlefield. There will
be a Congressman elected next year,
a Governor the next and a President
the next. To bury the hatchet can
profit only that party which favors a
still hunt. We propose to keep onr
hatchet sharp for the Republicans, as
they are already cutting their own
throats in Louisville.
Mr. Bkyak said in his speech at
Lebanon that when a man leaves the
Democratic party ho must leave his
Democracy behind him! Likewise,
the door of the Democratic party is
always open for the return of prodigal
sons. Now is a good time for
those who have wandered away to
come in, but they must not insist on
taking charge of the house to put those
out who have stayed in. They must
subscribe to the family tenets and
submit to the family discipline and
stand loyally by the Democratic
hou". Especially is this commended
to the Courier-Journal and those
nev. spapers which followed its leaders'
The Pantagraph" prints a Syndicate
letter every week from Washington.
Besides being stuffed with common
elation of McKinleyism, Dinglevism.
Hennaism and the like, it is neither
up to date nor truthful, as tho following
leading paragraph last Friday,
three days after tho election, will
"With the gradual dying out of the
free silver issue throughout the country,
considerable interest is awakened
as to what the leaders of the Democracy
-will choose as the basis of future
principles upon which to go
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
MftGISf eRIftb RfteeS.
DlcTRICT, Xo. 2.
Williams 3001Taylor ... SOI
DlhTKlCT, No. 3.
Wells 370 Carson... 368
District, No. 4.
Moores 212.Iohiison 218
Metcalf.. 299 Wont's ...- 292
District, No. 5.
Sandiin.. S65iFoot 365
Creek're 32lViTnis'!i 324
District, No. 6.
District, No. 7.
District, No. 8.
Young.... 383IDozier ...
In the aboe table the
first named are the republicans.
in citv table.
Was Growing Worse
Liver and Stomach Troubles Too
Weak to Work Now Ablo to Do
All Her Housework.
"I waa under the care of a physician
for two years and ho wa3 treating mo for
stomach nnd liver troubles and female
difficulties, but I only grew worse under
his treatment. I waa so weak I could do
hardly any work. I wa3 at last induced
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood'a
Pills and these medicines have done me
so much good that I now weigh 112
pounds and am able to do all my housework.
I firmly believe I should have been
in my grave today if it had not been for
Hood's Sarsaparilla. My little girl waa
afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's
Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her."
Sins. R. S. IIakpsr, 701 University
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Is the best la f act th e Ono Trno Blood Purifier.
&.t all druggists. Be sure to get Hood's.
it j O'll c"re liver I1U. easy to take,
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before the country and the voters of
the United States."
To print such rot, free though it is,
is an imposition upon intellicent people,
misleading, cowardly dodging
and false. The result of the election
everywhere shows that.
The Courier-Journal "Comes Back."
See first page of Climax; also see
how the Dispatch "comes back" at
the Courier-Journal. Oh, yes, the
has conn back. It
comes back in every issue. It comes
with a shot or a knife thrust every-time?
just as it did before the elec
tion. It refers all the time to Democrats
as "silverites." It designates
Democratic papers as "silver." It
refers to Democracy as "silverism."
It will stab us in the headlines, stab
us in the news, stab us in the editorials
and stab the truth wherever the
trutli would help the Democratic
party. Yes, it has come back. Uut
we need it not. "We have a champion
now and every Democrrat should
buy no other Louisville daily paper.
It is the Dispatch.
A special to the Cincinnati Enquire
of November 0, fays;
Returns from 72 of the 119 counties
of the state in regard to the vote on
the constitutional amendment show
a majority of 3113 out of a total of
49,000 votes cast. The size of the voU:
shows that little interest was taken
in the question, and where it was considered
the voters outside of Louisville
seemed to think it was somo nefarious
gold-bug scheme, and treated
Those interested in the adoption of
tho amendment are greatly disappointed
that the interior towns, which
would bo directly benefited, seemed
to think it a dangerous thing, and
according rolled up big majorities
against it Tho returns from the
counties s..ow some queer results.
Afteii tho many
which the gold Democrats received
from the Pantagraph they very properly
turned a deaf ear to tho coquettish
young thing and thereby spoiled
what would otherwise have been a
case of "The Spider and the Fly."
Refusing to bo caught in tho net so
adroitly laid, tho gold Democrats are
thus sized up by the disappointed
"THE JOINTED SSAKE WELL
We have been told that there is such
a reptile as the jointed snake; that
when struck it instantly Hies to
pieces, or to be more plain, unjoints
itself. After the offender has passed
on, believing he has crushed te reptile
into a thousand atoms, tho wriggler
gets himself together and goes
crawling on as it nothing had Imp.
pened. The two wings of the Demo
cratic party iu Keutucky are ory
much like this jointed snake. 'J hey
fly to pieces but jump together when-
over it suits. These wings are
together and liuing up
for the Iray In J900, but it is highly
probable that something unseen at
k resent, will cause another unjointlng;
ud another general defeat lor both
wings. One thing is certain and that
Is, the unjointed parts flew together
on Tuesday. The figures tell It."
AuDonSroE, who by the way, is
a mighty smart man and knows It all,
says the Stanford Journal, says ho will
not pay ont any part of the "S100,
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D. I SUiri ! Co.,
000 appropriated for the erection of two
schools of reform until hois compelled by
mandamus to do so, holding that the act
providing for tho appointment of
commissioners, etc., is void nnd can not
be obeyed, because it was passed by the
Legislature and this money appropriated
out of funds "not otherwise approprint
ed,"atatimo when every legislatorknew,
or should have known, that the existing
tax rate and levy were not sufficient to
pay the running expenses of the government,
to say nothing of the outstanding
warrants and floating indebtedness. Mr.
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bo seen. A court of competent jurisdiction
will pass on the question in innn
danius proeeediuc, when we shall know
wbeather iirer. Stone is the '"greatl am"
of Kentucky or ut.
"In Kentucky the victory" of the
Chicago platform is a real victoiy,
and it would be mere weakne&B rot
to frankly acknowledge it tnd to
wisely estimate its importance. That
is tho conclusion of the Lexington
Herald (Nat. Dem.) edited by W. O.
P. Breckiuridgs and son. Contiunir.g,
It says: "It is probable. that the vic
tory won by the silver Democratic
pany in Kentucky in tho spring of
1S93 gave such an impetus to that
cause as to secure the victory which
was achieved by it at Chicago. TJ)e
convention which met in Louisville
on august 2o, 1896, made the
movement a success, and thjit
defeated Mr. Bryan, so it may be fairly
said that to Kentucky was duo -at
large measure the triumph of the sil
ver wing ol the party at Chicaeo. anil
in large measurewas duo" the defoitt
of .Mr.- Bryan In NovMntiAi? iiir.
, "h -" .ft"" i
The comparatively inconsiderable
vote received by Gov. Hindman; the
large plurality if it is not an actual
majority received by Air. Shackelford;
the capture of the Legislature
by a decided majority; the recon-"quest
of the city of Louisville, and
the regaining of some counties heretofore
lost, give to tho"Cuicngo Democracy
the hopo of absolutely controlling
Kentucky fn the congressional
election of 1898 and tho presidential
election of 1900. It will inspire their
leaders; it will weaken the venal,
tllU .n.l , ,
..v- .iiiu wkik who navel
counted themselves sound-money
men; it will bo accepted by the country
at large as a decision bv Ken
tucky in favor of the Chicago platform
as against both tho Indianapolis plat
form and the Republican party."
Taj lor Smith a young boy, wrs arrest-
eil for robbing a drug store at
There is more Catarrh in tliis section
of the country than all other diseases
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