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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1809.
Lieu tenan t-Go vernor,
J. C. W. BECKHAM. .
Attorney General, '
8. W. IIAGER.
Secretary of Statej
"Superintendent of Public Instruction,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
ION B. NALL.
JOHN W. ALEXANDER.
A. W. HAMILTON.
WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to
jnipht and Saturday.
Txik Georgetown Times calls attention
to one of the "funny" things happening
in politics this year the so-called "true"
Democrats are doing all they can to con
tinue Republican rule in Kentucky.
Frankfort, .Ky., Oct. 19. Secretary
Finley will to-day inform County Clerks
that they will be held responsible for
any defect in the ballots. The action
was inspired by the rumor that the
6quare is to be omitted from the Brown
device. The Clerks aro referred to sec
tion 14G0, Kentucky Statutes.
How can Mr. Fmley hold County
Olerks responsible for a "mistake" made
in his own office? In his own certificate
. the square was omitted from the Brown
device. His order now to County Clerks
comes only after his trickery or "error"
A REPRESENTATIVE CITIZEN.
Democratic Nomineo For State Senator
Identified With tho Rest Interests
of Lewis County.
IVanoeburg Sun, Republican 1
James R. Pugh, Sr., is the candidate
unanimously nominated for State Sena
tor in this district by the Democrats at
Mr. Pugh is one of our representative
citizens, a deacon in the Christian Church
and haa always been prominently identi
fied with the business interests of Lewis
Of course he can not expect to win in
rthia district, which gives such a large
'Republican majority, but should we have
to be represented in the State Senate by
a Democrat, we do not know of a man
whom wo would more gladly see elected
to that office.
The rains this week ought to give a
'better stage of water in a few days.
The new Charles B. Pearce did not
reach Maysville on her first trip until 10
o'clock this morning. It was G o'clock
last evening beforo she received her in
spection papers, and then she was de
Jayed by a fog last night. Captain Edg
ington reports that she bandies well,
and that her machinery 1b working nicely.
'The Pearce is 140 feet long, twenty
eight feet wide, thirty-two feet over all
and has a capacity of 300 tons. Her
twenty-six state rooms aro beautifully
fitted. She presents a handsome ap
pearance in hor bright colors.
Rev. M. B, Adams, formerly pastor of
tho Lewisburg Baptist Church, is 'h)
new President of the Baptist Young Peo
ple's Union of Kentucky.
S m NO S
I JK.MISREPRESENTA- i
If TIONOF S
JLGOODS AT i
I Llooney s. j
9 No making of bargains by sacrificing
quality I No ten-year filled Cases warrant-
m cd for twenty-live years I No ttniAi plated
m Spoons warranted quadruple plate I A
m first-class line of entirely now goods sold
9 at the least posslblo price.
3 In tho matter of DIAMONDS, persons
K purchasing from us bave found our pri-
tm cea 20 per cent, lower than our Cincinnati
KKI'AIUINO in all branches only first-
m class. No danger of ruining a good watch
m by poor workmanui lj.
That's the Time for Democrats
To Adjust Their Dif
The Matchless Bryan Tolls the Brownites
Why lie Came To Kentucky.
Extract from Bryan's speech at Loulsvlllc.J
1 appreciate the compliment paid to
me by the Brown convention. It indors
ed me tor the Presidency, and that is a
compliment. It is a compliment to any
man to be indorsed for the Presidency,
and I have had it suggested that because
that convention indorsed me for the
Presidency, therefore I must stay in Ne
braska and watch the people who sup
port that ticket help elect a Republican
Governor in tho State of Kentucky.
(Applause.) If I were, to do that I
would be placing my own personal in
terest above the welfare of thn country,
and tho principles for which I fought.
And I want to say to the Brown men
that while I am glad to have them think
well of me, I am glad to have them
have confidence in me. I want to tell
them that I am going to give them a
new reason for loving me and having
confidence in me. I am going to tell
them that I would rather every one
of them would vote against me and stand
by the principles of Democracy, than
stand by me and vote to elect a Republi
can Governor. (Great and continued ap
plause.) I have a higher ambition than
being President of the United States.
(ApplauBe.) I have an ambition that
can be shared by every citizen. If I
know my own heart, my highest ambi
tion is to do all within ray power to make
this government bo good that to be an
American citizen will be greater than to
be a King (loud applause), and I want to
show you my interest in Democratic
principles by coming to Kentucky, and
warning you of the risks you take when
you array yourselves against a ticket
that stands upon a platform that indorses
the Chicago platform ideas. Let me re
peat. I want to burn tho words into
your memories, that while you have a
right to bolt, yet when you bolt you as
sume responsibility;for all that your bolt-
What has your bolting done in this
State? It has divided Democracy into
warring factions, and the Brown Democ
racy has spent its time denouncing the
Goebel Democracy, instead of denounc
ing the Republican party. (Great ap
My friends, there will be time enough
when this election is over to adjust the
equities between Democrats. Now we
are trying to remedy tho injustice that
Republicanism is forcing upon the United
States. (Applause.) This bolt in this
State, this division of Democracy into
warring factions, is the only hope of the
Republican party in this State. The Re
publicans have no hope of winning over
a united Democracy ; but if they can di
vide Democracy, then they may hope for
the triumph of a minority over a defeat
ed majority. The ordy hope that they
have of electing a Republican Senator in
this State is to divide Democracy into
two warring factions, and I want you to
understand that if your bolting jeopar
dizes the election of Joseph O. S. Black
burn you become responsible for six
years of Republicanism in the Senate cf
the United States (Applause.)
UP TO MR. FINLEY
Now To Explain About That Brown Device.
Republican Scheme Suspected.
Mako-np of the Ballot.
Frankfort, Ky., Octobor 18. There
seems to be something a trifle shady in
the make-up of the official ballot as cer
tified to the County Clerks by the Sec
retary of State, and the mask is about to
be pulled off the Brown ticket and reveal
the plain attempt to elect Taylor, the
Republican, to Governorship.
Tho 'law says that: "Every party de
vico on the ballot shall be inclosed in a
square not less than one inch on each
side," but tho Republican Secretary of
State has certified the ballot this' fall
without any square surrounding tho de
vico of the Brown ticket, although all
the other devices have tho square as re
quired by law.
Tho County Clerks are in a quandary
as to what courso to pursue, as another
section of tho law requires the Olorks to
havo tho ballots -printed just as certified
by tho Secretary of State.
Of course thero must huvo been some
motive, in loavlng off the square that
should surround tho Brown devico, al-'
f though the assistants in the Secretary of
oJli. -m 14 - Jfr -
mmu o uweu ouy IV TlO Dimply UU UVOl-
sight, the Secretary himself being absent
o i n nnnnkinf tour. Judcro Bullitt, one
0f the Brown leaders in this county, teh
graphed to Secretary Finley to-day ask
ing that the ballot be corrected, but has
received no answer.
The motive that is alleged to have
prompted this plain breach of the law is
to secure all the Brown votes for Taylor
by circulating a report in each county a
few days beforo tho election that the
printing of the ballot without the square
around the Brown devico is a scheme
of the Gobel people to disfranchise the
Brown voters and that a vote under the
Brawn device will not bo counted becauso
the equare is missing.
Able lawyers aro of the opinion that
tho absence of the square around the de
vice will not invalidate any vote that is
cast for that ticket, but will cause the
voter more trouble, as he will have to
stamp opposite the name of every candi
date for whom he votes on that ticket, as
there is no Equare at the top to stamp in.
Conceding that the Secretary of State left
off the square by mistake, it is too late to
correct it, as the law requires the ballot
to bo certified to the Clerks twenty days
before the election, and it is only nineteen
days from November 7. .
GOES AFTER TAYLOR.
Ex-Congressman John D. White Makes Se
rious Charges Against the Repub
lican Nomineo For Governor.
Richmond, Ky., October 18. Hon.
John D. White, former Republican Con
gressman from the Eleventh district, was
here yesterday, and had posters issued
announcing that he would mako some
substantial charges against Hon. W. J.
Taylor, Republican candidate for Gov
ernor, at London, on October 20th and at
Manchester on October 24th.
Mr. White says he will reply to the in
sinuations of Congressman Vincent Bor
ing in a Louisville paper, of October 16th,
and demonstrate by documentary evi
dence that Taylor, to use White's words,
"was the concealed author of the infam
ous work of the assassin, who wrote tho
vile forgery published in the Mountain
Echo, on November 4, 1893, and caused
the name of C. M. Barnett, Chairman of
the Republican State Central Committee
to be affixed to the same, so as to deceive
the honest Republicans of the Eleventh
Mr. White claims that he will bo able
to prove from these documents that Gen
eral Taylor used the name of Chairmen
C. M. Barnett to the committee's order.
He especially invites General Taylor,
Chairman Barnett and Congressman
Boring to be present and answer these
charges. Mr. White is opposed to Gen
eral Taylor, and his opposition means a
big slump in the Republican vote of the
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A. J. Stiles has qualified as guardian
of Mary M. Howard, with G. W. Stiles as
surety. The guardian's report of said
ward's estate Bhows $3,031.08 personalty
and one-third interest in 140 acres of
Editor J. E. Thompson, of tho Augusta
Chronicle, was in Maysville Thursday and
was a welcome visitor at the Bulletin
office. He says there aro not more than
ten bolting Democrats in Bracken, and
that Senator Goebel will get two Repub
lican votes for every Democratic vote he
Brakkman Edward Gallagher, of tho
O. and O. road, was killed early Tuesday
morning near Ashland. Ho was at work
on top of the train and by a misstep fell
between two cars, tho wheels passing
over him, severing both legs just above
the knees. He lived eevoral hours after
Nearly one hundred delegates were
preeont at tho meeting of tho South
ern Presbyterian Synod in Dan
ville this week. The Advocate says:
"The retiring Moderator, Rev. J. O. Mol
loy, of Maysville, preached an eloquent
and learned discourse from tho sixteenth
verso of tho fourth chapter of the Song
of Solomon. Tho burden df tho dis
coureo was the great need of tho revival
of the Spirit of Christ in the church and
tho elimination of tho artificial means of
sustaining the interest of church mom-
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L.H. LANDMAN, M.D.,
Of .547 West Ninth Street,
Will bo at the Central ITotel. Maysville, Ky
Thursday, NO VEMDER 2nd, 1899, returning every
first Thursday in each month.
GEO. W. SMITH,
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FOR CITY CtEltK.
WE are authorized to announco BEJf T, COX
as a candidate for City Clerk at the No
vember election, 1899.
"TTTE are authorized to announce J. L. DAUL
VV TON as a candldato for City Clerk at tho
November election, 1899,
WE aro authorized to auuounco W. M.
ARCHDEACON as a candldato lor City
Clerk at tho Novomber election. 1R99.
"tTrE are authorized to auuouuce IiAKUY
YV TAYLOR as a candidate for City Clerk at
the November election, 1899.
"ITTE are authorized to announco WILLIAM A.
V V WELLS aa a candldato forCity Clerk at tho
ensuing November election.
FOR STATE SENATOR.
"tte aro authorized to announco JAMES R.
VV TUCK aff a candldato for the nomination
for 8tato Senator from this tho 31st Senatorial
District, subject to the action of the Democratic
Richmond, Va and Return, $17.75.
On October 22nd, 23rd, -24th and 25th
tho O. and O. will eoll round trip tickets,
Maysville to Richmond, Va., at rate of
$17.75. Return limit Oct. 30th,
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MATON CIRCUIT COURT.
Kate Tabb's administrator,
Mary D. Black, ic, Defendant.
In obedience to a judgment and order of sale
of the Mason Ctrcul t Court, rondered In the above
mentioned cause at tho June term, 1899, 1 shall,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1899,
proceed to sell at public auction, to tho highest
bidder, on a credit of six, twelve and eighteen
months, tho following real property, to-wlt:
Those two certalu farms belonging to tho late
Kate Tabb, located in Mason County, Ky., and
near the town of Dover.
Tract No. 1 will be sold asawholo, on the prem
ises, at 11 o'clock a. m. It Is a part of the old
Richard Smith farm, containing 80 acres, 3 roods
and 33 poles, has a tenant house and barn and is
in excellent state of cultivation and a most de
Tract No. 2 will be sold as a whole or in parcels
to suit purchasers, on the premises, at 2 o'clock
p. m. It adjoins the town of Dover, Is known m
the Wm. E. Tabb farm, contains W acres and 38
poles and Is one of the best farms in Mason
County; is well fenced, has three barns and iu
good state of cultivation.
The purchaser must bo prepared to promptly
executo bond, with Approved security, for the
purchase price, which bond shall bear legal in
terest from day ol sale until paid.
td j. N. KEIIOE, Master Commissioner.
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