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TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 190j
DEMOCRATIC TICIET
FOR PRESIDENT
iON WILLIAM J BRYAN
or Nebraska
FOR VICEPRESIDENT
HON ADLAI E STEVENSON
Of Illinois
FOR GOVERNOR
J C W BECKHAM
Of Nelson County
For Congress
TIRST DISTRICTCtins K Wheeler
SECOND UlSTRlCTHonry D Allen
THIRD DISTRICTJohn S Rfaca
FOURTH DISTRICT D II Smith
FIFTH DISTRICTJ P QrcBOry
SIXTH DlhTRICT D Linn OoochI
SBVBNTH DISTRICT South Trimble
aiaiiTH DISTRICTO a aitbcrt
WINTH DISTRICTJ N Rehoo
TaNTH DISTRkCTJ B White
ELEVENTH DISTRICT Ben V Smith
Electoral Ticket
MORTON U YONTS of Mahlenberg
afAPOLEONll HATS of Bell
WARD UEAULEY of Caldwell
A 0 STANLEY of Henderson
3SDWAKD E IIOUDY of Simpson
J P OAlKAKAof Hurdln
DANIEL J IJHOOItS of Jefferson
D1I PUQ1IMAN of Carroll
VICTOR F BRADLEY of Scott
W J PRICE of Boyle
JOS D FELIX of Bracken
Ji V STAMIKH of Wolfe
JNO W COLLIER of Pulaskl
flgp Supplementary registra I
zion in County Clerks office
October 29 30 and 31
The battleship Kentucky sailed
1for China Friday
Col Thos S Pettit of Owens
boro will speak with Gov Beck
ham at Russellville Tuesday
J M McKnight the Louisville
banker has tor the second time
I been convicted of embezzlement in
the federal Court on two counts
Serftemre has not yet been passed
Jucjjje George Gray of Delaware
recently appointed arbitration
commissioner for the United States
has come outfor Bryan He follow
ed Cleveland in 1896
1
The new election bill such as it
as finally recehed the vote of every
member of the House The Repub I
Repubt
until it was too late for it to apply
9the coming election
Alabamas population is 1828697
an increase since 1890 of nearly 21
per cent There are 32 cities with
a population exceediug 2000 nine
of them exceeding 5000 Anniston
alone shows a decrease since 1890
Yerkes and Bradley spoke at
Danville Saturday along defensive
dines Yerkes in reply to James
Andrew Scotts charge that he was
present at a secret conference in
the Galt House at which Goebels
death was ordained entered a de
nial claiming that the conference
an which he participated was an
open meeting in which the subse
quent crime was not mentioned
Bradley for the first time charac
terized as a lie the testimony of
several Republican witnesses in
the assassination trials that he had
knowledge of the plan for removing
Gov Goebel and advised against it
STATE OF Onto CITY OF TOLEDO lBS
BS
BSLUOAS
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that
lie is senior partner of the firm of F I
I J CHENEY Co doing business inl
I the City of Toledo County and State
aforesaid awl that said firm will pay
the Hum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of
OATARBH that cannot be cured by the
HBO of HALLS CATARRH CURE
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of De
cember A D 1886
A W GLEASON
SEAt INotary Pubic I
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in
4ernajy and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
aysteht Sendforitlmoniala free
jf J QHEtfEY CO Toledo 0
Sold by Druggists 75o
JEIiUi VmJ fill Me tho beat
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The Kentucky Legislature ad
journed yesterday After a sepaioj
of 56 days in which time three clcc 1
tion bills were passed One c f
these changed the square enclosini r
the device to a Circle one inch in di
ameter just beneath it The second
matte several amendments to the
present law including provisions for
preseving all the ballots for pet
milling challenged voters to vote by
affidavits tb be subsequently investigated
tigated and reported upon by the
grand jury and requiring the secre
tory of State to furnish all ballot
paper The third bill was passed
Saturday as a conference measure
and was the Democratic caucus
measure put through the House
several weeks ago bya party vote
amended in but one respect Th I
third man on the county boards i i
to be the county Sheriff AHap
pointments however are to be
made from lists of eight in each pre
cinct submitted by the county com
mittees of the two leading partl S
It was ordered that 0000 copies of
the new laws be printed for circula
tion The bill changes the political
complexion of the boards of Chris
tian and 30 or 40 other countiesbul
it does not take effect until the
latter part of January 1901 It is
a great satisfaction to the Democrat
of Christian county that their Sena
tor Hon R C Crenshaw was one
of orfly four who stood out to the end
against the surrender
Our old friend Judge M D
Brown seems to have gotten en
tirely away from his ancient Dem
ocratic moorings He is billed t < 1
make a Republican speech at
the court house the Saturday night
before the election The Judge is
the youngest of a family of ten
brothers all Democrats of forty
years standing and we hate to
see him mixed up in one of those
Saturday night roundups the
Christian county Republicans
always have just before the elec
tion As a rule they are gather
ings that do not reflect credit upon
the few white men who attend
them
Henry Youtsey the third of the
assassins placed on trial has been
found guilty of complicity in the
murder of Gov Goebel and given a
life sentence His own confession
was used as evidence against him
and this probably caused the jury
to temper justice with mercy and
spare his life Youtsey broke down
and became hysterical during the
recital of his confession and the
trial was finished with the prisoner
lyiny on a cot in a state of physical
collapse He is slowly improving
The 25th anniversary of Vander
bilt University will be celebrated
at Nashville today and W K Van
derbilt grandson of the founder
will present the new Kissam Hall
just completed at a cost of S130QOO
The Vanderbilt familys donations
now aggregate 1500000 The
University has turned out SjOOO
graduates in 25 years and the at
tendance is now about750 pupils
Bradley mustered up enough
courage at Lexington the other day
to deny Bennett Youngs charges
of a few days ago characterizing
them as falsehoods and Col Young
as no gentleman Col Xoungs
next inning is awaited with in
terest
N B Chambers a Yerkes wind
jammer while harangning an au
dience at Morganfleld Saturday is
reported to have praised the moun
tainers for fighting in the civil war
until treason died out Confed
erate traitors who have been I
leaning towards Yerkes will doubt
less be pleased to learn how they
are regarded by the DistriCt Chair
man of the party trying to elect
Yerkes
The New York Herald claims
281 votes for McKinley but con
cedes Kentucky loBryan II profess
es to believe that the Republicans
will elect five congressmen in Ken
tucky
tuckyCharles
Charles Dudley Warner the not
ed editor lecturer and auditor
dropped dead at Hartford Conn
Saturday aged 71 years
ExAttorney General Judson Har
man of Clevelands last cabinet
has come out for Bryan
ExSecretary John Sherman is
dying in Washington
Paducah had a 10000 fire Sun
Day
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I At YYht i4
They nrd vitiated or morbid fluids tour
toff the veins and Affecting thoytlsud d
Thoy are commonly Quo to dotcctt o dijtc I
flora but sometimes Inherited
How do they manifest themselves
In many forma of cutaneous crnptlo
salt rheum or eczema pimples qnd boll
and In weakness languor and gcnen
debilityr
How are they expelled By
HDOdJls 3 rsapaniri 1
which also builds up tho system that ha l
suffered from them
It Is tho best of all medicines for nl1
humors
NEGRO LYNCHED
Fratus Warfield Who Attempted
to Asoult Mrs Penlck Taken
From Jail by a nob
Midnighti
Elkton Ky Oct 18Last nigh t
at midnight the negro Pratus War
field who attempted to putrageMri
Len Pen ick the wife of a promin
ent farmer near this city Tuesday
was taken trom the jail by a mot
and hanged icr > p I
Every thing was so quiet thai
very feW expected him belynchad
About midnight a a mob very qui
etly formed and appearedat the
county jail and demanded Warfield
After some parleying Jailer Grumb
was induced to open the door
After securing the prisoner the
mob went out Clarksville street a
bout a mile and swung him up to a
limbVery
Very few of the citizens knew
what had happened untill this mor
ning
A big crowd of of sightseers was
on the ground when Coroner Bruce
arrived A jury was at once im
paneled and the usual verdict was
returned that the deceased came
to his death at the hands of an un
known party or parties by hanging
Simultaneously Dramatized
SlmultaneouslypramatizedAlmost
Almost simultaneously Ben
Hur General Lew Wallaces
famous novel and Quo Vadis
Henryk Sienkiewiczs life of the
early Christians were dramatized
These two great religious plays are
receiving the consideration of near
ly every person including the
clergy of all demouinatiqnp Quo
Varis burns upon the brain the
struggles and triumphs of the early
church The feasting1 at the Im
perial palace thaicontest in the
arena the burning1 of Some the
rescue of Lygia thel Christian
maiden will hole their place in
memory with unfading color and
are to be reconed among the signi
cant genius of native art The
above fine offering will be seen at
Hollands Opera House on Nov 12
in its entirety
entiretyFREE
FREE TURN PIKES
Assured and Every Indication
ofan Awakening
II
At last the people of this great
county are awakening on this im
portant subject that means so much
to every citizen werever located
for no one thing imaginable could
contribute so much tp the upbuild
ing and developing of the county
and bring prosperity to the farmer
as this great improvement It en
ables the farmer to market his pro
duce to the best advantage at any
time and in any direction It gives
opportunity for trading exchang
ing ideas and promoting friend
ship not now enjoyed and opens
avenues for endeavors in a thous
and ways
Indeed there are so many advan
t iges and nodisadvantag baltaclr < id
toit that it seems strangethat so en
lightened a people as ours should
have gone on thus far spending
enough money in ten years to pay
for good pikes every where with
nothing but the ever present mud
hole to show for it The proposition
as outlined in the address of the
Goodroads club in Fridays KEN
TUCXIAN is so simple and fair that
it is taking with the people like the
proverbial wildfire and it is safe to
say they will notforget to secure for
for themselves the blessings that
good free roads will surely bring
Latest For Years
The summer weather has extend
ed at least a month into the usual
autumn season It is now the last
week in October and there has
been no frost sufficient to injure the
tenderest yegetation Let us hope
Iithat a late fall will be followed by
a mild winter
Three things to fight for honor
ppphtry anp homo
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COMPANY
s PROPRIETORS OFD
Cityl
CityMarket
Market I
MarketHouse
House
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FISH GAME OYSTERS AND
GREEN GROCERIES
COUNTRY PRODUCE STAPLE I
AND FANCY GROCERIES
Your Trade Solicited
CHRISTIAN COUNTY
JBSRACT COMPANY
JOHN T EDflUNDS Mgr
OfllcoCoutJty BiiUking Next Door to
Court House ItopklusvllloKy
Abstracts of title made from I tilt
companys perfected record Any
defect of title is shown upon abstract
People cannot afford to have a real
estate transaction Without having the
title
Thoroughly Investigated
With the records maps plat per
fected indejcaa and surveys of the
abstract office a title can be quickly
and completely abstracted arid in a
great many cases perfected when de
fects are found
All kinds of real estate matters are
promptly and carefully attended to
in our office Deeds mortgages con
tracts and other papers properly
prepared Real estate bought and
sold fire insurance written in the
strongest companies Remember our
office is next to Mils Katie McDan
iels in the County Building
1
SPECIAL LOCALS
1
Pure Whiskey HARPFR Perfect
Whiskey HARPER Every bottle
guaranteed HARPER
SOLD BY W R LONG Hopkins
yule Kj
Goto W A P Pools W 7th street
sole agents for Old PADUCAH
CLUB Whisky strictly pure for 1
family use Hopkinsvtlle Ky
Jack Tar Whiskey atiParlor Sa
loon car W 7th and Weber streets
fine as split silk
J W PPOOLJ P DAVIS
Administrators Notice
All persons holding claims against 1
the estate of John Ai Myers deceas 1
ed are hereby notified to file same 1
with me properly verified on or be
fore Monday Oct 25 Also all persons 1
indebted to paid Myers are notified to
come forward at once and make diet
tlement
r R S LINDSAY Admr
PUBLIC SALE
As administratrix of the estate of
T L Graham deceased I will on
Thursday Nov 1 1900 offer for
sale to the highest bidder all the
personal property belonging said
estate consistfngof household fur
niture farming tools and machin
lcry of all sorts also 15 head of
beef cattle 2 milk cows 8 head of
work mules and all the horses
consisting of saddle and harness
horses mares colts and fillies al
so the noted stallion Hustler and
the celebrated jack Monarch
Terms made known on day of
saleI
MATTIE GRAHAM Administratrix
DR J E GRAY Auctioneer
JT Wells an asylum patient
senfrfhere from Todd county died
iiie institution Thursday night
The remains were shipped to Al
lensville Friday
FridaytraHOW
OHOW TOO
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IN WALL STREET
Anybody desiring to Invest or speculate I
can He our Uuldu to Investors and Speoula
tort M won at our dally market letter free ol
charge upon application to
GEORGE SKALLERCO
HANKKK8 It UKOKKH8
No 75 Wall St Now York
mTQS QOtTpNi WHEAT
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On account of our imperativeneed t
of more light which the heavy
f center shelving occupied by our c I
Shoe Department cuts off we j
have decided to > i
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Offer Our Present r 1 8 toc1
ir
f J I
j 1 II
of Shoes aT < Cost
Costv1
V I v1 r
> i So thatwe mayremove it We >
> dont say that we shall not handle
shoes again but we are compelled
to have the light and more room
for the present hence we mean ex
actly what we say
You Can Save From 50c to 125 Per Pair
t
On Your Fall and Winter Shoes
By buying from us Dont forget
this when in need of shoes remem
ber that you can save enough to
buy many other needful articles
for winter apparel
TEE RICHABDSICO
t Corner Room Only 8th Main Sts
HOPKINSYILLE KY
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= Long as They Last
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I Rugs and Mattings 1
II y c Ii
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100 Rugs and lOOO yards oLi
e 1 Mattings just received
T LOantION
ON 5 SOUTH MAIN ST
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= a11RithardSpot Caif 1
Spot Cash Dealers In
1 Staple and Fancy Dry floods U l = x
1 I derwear Shoes Etc t
U Are Now In T hex New Quarters NoM
103 South MainHouse rform1
M terly occupied by the Royal i
If Dry Goods Co
M ELEGANT STOCK OF NEW GOODS M M
PUBLIC INVITED TO CALL
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