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F' "; 5 i . " .' t )'l Iff i v X ! vlJ'' 'V. . ? DAILY. MROTJfXr BEPUBLICAN-IM. MAYSV1LLE, KY., ITUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2905. OiVJ? COPY ONE CENT. EDAII.Y l'VBLIO JLEDdEB-UII. E public t 3Mb JarsratiB iiu;i;uLituiv, jYTramK M'" ,vTS r f - w . I M Hi m Mi , j iSemc Sound Sense RAILROAD LEGISLATION What Senater Feraker Said at Bellefontaine, 0. Doesn't- Want the Gevernment te Assume Responsibility Fer Rate-Making fv During the last eight years the freight busi- P& ,ness of the country baa doubled In volume Id Inconsequence tbere has been and is new a con- t gested condition everywhere with respect te ) the transportation of freight, and the railroads p in consequence have been driven te the necessity of lowering grades, straightening curves, en- i, larging tunnels, strengthening bridges, multi- ' plying equipment and increasing motive power v te enable them te meet the demands upon tbem of the business of the country. . Fer improvements of this character they are Is shown te have expended during the lest eight PS? years the enormous sum of $1,500,000,000. 65 Frem one end of the land te the ether this It kind of work is new in progress. If this in crease of business continues for 8 years mere at the same rate of progression, and the indica ' tiens are that it will, it will be impossible for the railroads te handle it unless in the meantime, t in addition te the general improvements men men tiened, they double and quadruple their main lines, or double and quadruple their existing $ tracks and equipment. In this work we are all vitally interested. We want it te go forward without let or hin drance, te the end that business may be con veniently and economically transacted, and also and especially that there may be the greatest possible safety for life and limb te the millions lOhie River Phene 177. Announcements. Anheuncementt for cxtv efftcei. S3: county oft ut, $s; ttate efficii, $10. Caih in adi ance. CITY TICKET. MATOU. We are authorized te announce W. V.. STALL CUT as a candidate for re-election te the otllce of Mayer of the City of Maysvllle at the November election, 1606. Am a candidate for the of fice of Mayership of the City of Majsvllle, Ky., at the next general election. Motte Geed streets and clean administration. Ne graft. S. U. CHUNN. POMCX JUDGE. We are authorized te announce JOHN L WHITAKHR as a candidate for re-eleoUen a Police Judge of the City of WajsTllle at the November election, 1906. We are authorized te anneuuee JOHN I,. CHAMIIHRLAIN as a candidate for Police Judge of the City of llayjvllle at the November ulee- Uen, 1005. F We are authorized te announce FREDERICK I DRESKL as a candidate for Police Judge of the ' ) City of Maysvllle at the November election, 1805, i- caiEr or police. We are authorized te announce HARRY A. ' OUT as a candidate for Chief of Pellee of the '' City of Maysvllle at the November election, 1905. ., We are authorized te announce M. J. DONO VAN as a candidate for re election te the eBlue f of Chief of Police of the City of Maysvllle at tha , November election, 1905. IVe are authorized te announce JAMES "MIKE" - HK.FLIN as a candidate for Chief of Police of the tfr City of Maysvllle at the November election, 1905. r, " .nye are authorized te announce JOHN P. WALLiAUi; as a canmaaie ter uniei ei reuce ei A.t ,UieCltyef Maysvllle at the November election, l ,vw , T COLLICTOIl AND TKBABUREn. , we are antnerizea 10 announce iiAiiui u. lYALell as acanuiume lur iuiirciur nuu irriu rer of the City of Maysvllle at'the November elec tion, 1905. We are authorized te announce JAMES W. FITZOKItALI) as a candidate for re election as Collector and Treasurer of the City of Maysvllle at the November eleotlen, 1905. iWa are authorized te announce GEORGE W. CHOW ELL as a candldatu for Collector and Treasurer of the City of Maysvllle at the Norem Nerem her eleotlen, 1905. ' r Cv cttr cLinit. " j iy WeareauthorlredteannounceJAMEsW. OUT 1 TKN as a candidate for City Clerk at the Novem- .'7'. ' W, ipa anltiriTlvri tft nnnntinfA 3. T.. T)AT7Tm ' '"TON as a candidate for le-eleotlen as City Cleric r at uie Kovemeer eieonen, iwn. Jj?vWe are authorized te anneunce GORDON i iBUUiKic as ft canmaaie ler uierK ei me inyei MMamlUe at the November election, 1905. K 4 iimuiii ', '' We are authorized te announce WILLIAM gl t Um November eptlen, 1908. SljUKKLKY as a MM'MtrewBereh WW V .IV WMWW- - ,. Ml. vJ .. isdldate for Cltv Aliener at (tee, 1H. - ' who travel. We should take heed, therefore, that we de net destroy or impair the enterprise or the credit and financial ability of the rail roads te raise and expend, in the way indicated, the hundreds of millions necessary te carry forward this great work. Te take control of the rate-making power is te take charge of the revenues of the reads, and that means that the Gevernment is te as sume the responsibility, net only of the deter mining what rates shall be charged, but also of necessity hew much money a railroad shall be allowed te make, and thus determine, also of necessity, what improvements it shall be per mitted te make, what extensions it may build, what equipment it must provide, what new tracks it may lay and what kind of service it shall render, for rates are se interdependent that there is no Buch thing possible as changing en without affecting many. Any ether notion is a delusion refuted by con ditions and experience. In short, if the Gov ernment is te determine hew much money a railroad shall be allowed te make it must of necesslty determine, also, what expenditures shall be permitted. Mone of these things can be escaped, and nene of them can be done by the Government be well as they are new being done by the companies themselves. Such has been the experience of every coun try that has undertaken such a task, and will be ours also under similar circumstances. The time was, and net very long age, when it was a maxim recognized and advocated by all political parties, but especially'by the Demo cratic party, that that country was best gov erned that was least governed. New the ten dency seems te be in the opposite direction; for every ill, real or imaginary, from which we may suffer, governmental relief or control is sought. Much geed has been accomplished in this way, but the pendulum should net be al lowed te swing tee far. r Liberty of trade and commerce is the life Satisfaction Guaranteed Lumber Ce. Fourth and Plum Streets. llEPUMWAX TICKET. MAOIBTnATE. We are authorized te announce JAMES STEW A RT as a Republican candidate for Magistrate In the First Magisterial District, comprising the Pint, Second and Third Wards lu this city, at the November election, 1905. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. COONTT JUDGE. We are authorized te announce CHARLES D. NEWELLas a candidate for County Judge of Ma Ma eon county. snsRirr. We are authorized te announce JAS. MACKEY as a candidate for MierltT, with W. If. Mackey of the West End and J. H.Clark of Maysllek as Dep uties. COUSTT CLERK. We are authorized te announce CLARENCE L. WOOD as a candidate for re-election te the olUee of County Clerk. ItirilKSEh'TATIVE. We are authorized te announce the Hen. VIR GIL McKNIGHT as a candidate for re-election as Reprejentatlve of Masen county In the Kentucky Legislature. COUNTT ATTOnHBT. We are authorized te announce THOMAS D. SLATTERY as a candidate for County Attorney. SUPERINTENDENT OT SCHOOLS. We are authorized te announce C. D. WELLS as a candidate f or re-eleet Ien as Superintendent of bchoelt for Masen County JAILER. We are authorized te announce W. W. McIL VAIN as a candidate for the nomination for Jailer. CORONXB, We are authorized te announce GEORGE W. ORR as a candidate for Corener lXDKl'ENDEXT TICKET. We are authorized te announce 'Sulre JOHN RYAN of Washington as au Independent candi date for the Legislature from Masen county at the November election, 1905, subjeet te the will of the people. "Goods that are net geed enough te advertise- are net Reed enough te buy," Bii y Reeds that are advertised in The ledger. that imparts competition and secures a healthy and vigorous development of our resource?. If it be unduly hampered and restricted greater evlls will result than any we are striving te es cape ALL CLASSES INTERESTED. At another time I shall pursue this subject further. My only purpose new is te indicate the serious character of what is proposed and the necessity for the most intelligent and con siderate solution of the difficult problem. The Republican party is allve te its duty in this respect and will net desist from its efforts until it has worked out the host possible re sults. We haye 212,000 miles of railroads In the United States, and they have issued for their constructien,equipment,!mprovement and main tenance $16,000,000,000 in round numbers of railroad bends, stocks and ether securities, most of which are new held by our own citizens. All classes of people and all kinds of business are interested in the subject and will be af fected, favorably or unfavorably, by whatever may be done. A false step might work the most serious injury te the country's welfare and the people's prosperity. It is net necessary te say that the Democrat ic party is incapable of satisfactorily dealing with such a complicated and difficult problem, because it is sufficient for present purposes and mere agreeable te say only that the Republican party is far better qualified for this most im portant work. If this be true we shall prove unfaithful te ourselves if we de net continue it in power, for it is our duty te all interests involved and te the country as a whole te choeso at this time, as well as at ether times, the most acceptable agency that can be secured for the administra tion of our public affairs. A Jurflrleu Inquiry. A well knenn traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heard Druggists In quire of customers who asked (or a cough medi cine, whether It as wanted ter a child or for an adult, and It for a child they almost Invariably recommend Chatnbtrlalu's Cough Itemed)'. The reason for this Is that they knew there Is nb dan ger from It and that It al ay cures. There Is net the lutst danger In giving it, and for coughs, colds and croup It Is unsur aised. Fer sale by all Druggists. Fer Sale! All Grades of Ne. 1 Kanawha Ceal. Ne. 1 New River Furnace Ceal Ne. 1 Kanawha Salt. Ne. 1 Baled Hay. Ne. 1 Bar Sand. CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. W. R. DAVIS, 120 Limestone Street, Wermald's Old Stand, MAYSVILLE, KY. 'Phene 69. it P W. PORTER, . H. CUMMMB PORTER 8c CUMMINGS FUNERAL DIRECTORS i . ertd fr. VATSrrtZM, JK? State National Bank. OF MAYSVILIE, KY. Capital Nteck, 9100,000 Nurpla.,........., SO.OeO BOJ A QXiTEBAL BANXIK9 BVBIX3Uf BAUVth U HALL rrtdnt. OHAn.D. pake jjuj. h. him CMfclM TlM-FTM, Fer the Sake of Your Health Use Fleur that Is Fleur end that will make geed, wholesome bread ROLLER KING anil MORNING GLORY are both perfectly pure nid the quality Is right. Ask your grocer for It. OHIO VALLEY MILL CO., sell 3m Thern- 288. Aberdeen, O. WEDDING GIFT GIVING la always a pleasure, but cheesing gifts Is some times perplexing. With a host of beautiful and reasonable priced articles In sliver, cut glass and ether artistic wares we are ready te help In the selection of fitting and worthy presents for all coming fall weddings. In wedding favors we otter n large variety of pretty and appropriate jewelry for bridesmaids and ushen. DAN PERRINE JEWELER. ANYTHING IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT PECOR'S PHARMACY. THE NEWEST $s Te be seen In my show room. M. F. COUGHLIN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER DR. LANDMAN, CENTRAL HOTEL, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1805. Mr. J. Leland Nichelson, an empleye of the wholesale grocery house of Omar Dodsen, met with a very serious accident yesterday morning while en his rounds gathering city orders. In passing from the office te the kitchen at the Central Hetel he fell down an open hatchway, the elevator being en the second fleer at the time and broke his left cellar bone. Dr. Jehn A. Reed set the broken member. VANCEBURG CONVENTION J. G. Wads worth Nominated Fer Com monwealth's Attorney The Republicans of the Nineteenth Judicial District, in Convention assembled atVanceburg yesterday, nominated Jehn G. Wadsworth of Masen county for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney. The District is composed of the counties of Bracken, Fleming, Greenup, Lewis and Masen, and all were well represented. The Convention met in the Courthouse, and was called te order at 1 o'clock by Chairman Ed. Dunbar of the Republican Executive Com mittee of Lewis County. W. 0. Dlackerby of Bracken, Chairman, and Mr. Fullerton of Greenup, Secretary, consti tuted tha temporary organization, which was made permanent. Mr. W. D. Cochran of Masen placed Mr. Wadsworth in nomination, and the name of Mr. James Cumber of Fleming was presented by Mr. W. G. Dearing of that county. The first ballet disclosed a tie vote 49J each, distributed as follews: Wadsworth Bracken 12,Greenup 14, Masen 23; Cumber Greenup 71, Fleming 18, Lewis 24. There was no change for seven ballets, the final one, re sulting in Mr. Wadswerth'a nomination, being thus: Wadsworth Bracken 12, Fleming 18, Greenup 141, Masen 23; total G71. Cumber Greenup 71, Lewis 24; total 311. Necessary te choice, 50. The following wire in attendance from this city and ceunty: W. B. Dawsen, W. D. Coch ran, Chris Ilunsicker, James Heflin, C. B. Da vis, F. II. Clarke, Oliver Greenlee, Rebert Fick- lin, Jehn Jehnsen, Charles Uaucke, LeuU Joer- ger, Chris Devine, Clarence Mathews, Jehn T. Smith, M. C. Hutchins, E. W. Lane and James Griffey. laMmHln and Indlfft-ttlett Curl. "Last) ear I had a very severe attack et Indi gestien. I could net sleep at night and suffered most ecrultlnit pains for three hours after each rasal 1 was troubled this way for about three months, when I uird Chamberlain's Stomach and Live Tablets, and received Immediate ellcf," say Jehn DUen, Tullamore, Ontario, Canada Ker sale by all UruigUti, With New? .v.v.It's the most pleasant time in the year te drive and also the best time in the year te buy a Buggy, Phaton or Runabout if you find what you want and we have it, because you can buy a job from us with the profits and part of the cost shaved off. We want te close out our stock and are sacrificing the goods in order te de se. Herse Nets and Cevers at your own price. JTLIPP& pROWN. Tlilrty-Flrst Scml-Aiinuat Statement of Mitchell, Finch & Ce.'s Bank OP MAYSVILLE, KY., At the Clese of Business June UOtli, 1005. Re mh rem. In secured Lenns and Discounts, Kenl Kttnte Mortgages nnj First Class Bends $210,420 77 In cash en hand and in ether Banks 30,025 81 In overdrafts -'". . OI OS In furniture and fixtures 1,000 OQ Total 245,438 50 Liabilities. 3 Te depositors $172,870 32 Te capital stock, surplus and undivided prellts (our own stock holders) 72,550 27 Te ether Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies None Cash ier's checks outstanding None Bills rcdlsceti'tted None Unpaid dividends, expenses, taxes and capital stock None Indebtedness of any ether kind or character None Total $245,438 50 Supplemental. The indebtedness, directly or indirectly, of a stockholder, person, com pany, firm or corporation te us is net as great as that allowed by law, tewiti 20 of our capital stock and surplus. Ne Director or eillccr is indebted te as in any sum. Witness my hand this Jul' 1st, 1005. J. N. KEIIOE, Cashier. 1904-1905. Increase in deposits during past six months $ 30,303 57 Increase In leans, discounts, mortgages and bends during past six months 88,250 35 Increase In capital stock and surplus during past six months... 35,003 00) Total Increase between January 1st and July 1st, 1005..S103.523 88 Old In Experience, Youne In Ideas, Cenncrvatlic In Manapementfvre arc prepared te and will cheerfully accommodate you in any way that a Bank can, and we respectliilly solicit a share of your business. Investigate our new SAVINGS DEPARTMENT In which we pay interest en deposits. Let your surplus make you jemctblng. Mr. Charles Wetiel, the clever oil man, has been quite ill at his home in the East End for some days. Mr. J. B. Newton and family, who move from Maysvllle today, will reside at Ne. 431 Eighth avenue, Dayton. All members of the Firdt M. E. Church, Seuth, are urged te be present at the service and reception Thursday evening at the Church. BRADFORD WINTER. Mr. Jehn W. Bradford, Jr., aged 17, of Cin cinnati, and Miss Annie Wiater, aged 17, of this city, were married in the County Clerk's office yesterday, Judge C. D. Newell officiating. The parents of the contracting parties con sented te the marriage. Isuulstllle Herse Nlien. On acceuut of the Herse Shew the C . anil O. will sell round trip tickets te Louisville, October 1st te 7th, lucluilu-, ut rate et ffift), limited te October 9th. EVERY SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO CINCINNATI VIA C. AND O. In order te afford better accommodations the 0. and O. will run their Sunday excursions te Cln cinnati every Sunday during the summer season until further notice. Lew rates and prompt sched ule of trains will prevail. Call en your Agent for full Information. Elk Patent r fich I rather rUiiijii Bootblacks and users say it en the market and only costs 5c, We carry almost every kind et Polish en the market in combination packages and paste alene: for ladies', children's nnd men's white shoes. J. H. Pecer, SHOES. BAXX.WAY TIME OABDB Leave. Arrive. 5 30 a ra I , 8 15 p m V 10 am I u.v.v.Ie 8 33 a in tl.25pni, Mavsvue 9'50am 3.45pral 3.3) pm Dilly. ally evcejit Sunda. CHESAPEAKE AMD QHIB RAILWAY. Time-Table In Effect June 4th, 1905. LriVK M1TSVILLK. XT. :RUUT Eaulbeund. 10:12 p. m. Dally, for Washington, New Yerk Richmond and Old Point Comfert. 9'Ma. m. Dally, local for Hlnten; runs only te Uuntlngten en Sundays. 1:35 p. m.-Dally, P. F.V. for Washington, New Yerk and Virginia points. 5:35 p. m. Week days, local for Uuntlngten. )eitbeund. 6:15 a. m. Dully, for Cincinnati and the West, with through Pullmans for Chicago and St. Leuis, t'15 p. m. Daily, local for Cincinnati. 3 20 p. m. Dally, K. F.V. te Cincinnati, oon eon oen nectlng for the est and Southwest. 9:00a. m. Week davs, local for Cincinnati. 6:30 a. m. Week dajs, local for Cincinnati. 7 55 a. m. Sundays only, Huntington and Cin cinnati excursion train. W. W. WlKerr, Ticket Agent. Jehn D. Potts, A. G. P. A . Cincinnati. O. Trankf ei I, OteretUnm, Oarlitlt and XaynilU. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RAIXWAT. UtaJDeim. VIA TARIB AND K. C TmaA-Op. P. M. 2:oe 2M71 3.25 6.11 8:15, 4:00, A.M. ps x. 6:20 7,12 7.50 Lv Frankfort Ar " ......Georgetown. ... " " Paris " " Winchester " " Mavsvllle " " Cynthlana " " Richmond " " Cincinnati " 8.30 7:09 5:45 6:ia 2:4 1:16 5 11:42 9:50 8 21 V. M. 7:20 6:00 I2'M ifi.iW 7:20 l:W r' l Connects with Cln. OHIO RIVER F cinnati, Georgetown. and t and Portsmouth 1UM- I COLTOIHirs HAIL,. C read at Georgetown, i irtv f and N. and W. RaU- 3 J;...?..:";. E way at Sardinia. OrriCIAI. TIMETABLE. In effect June 16th, 1901. Subject te cbang without notice. Xorthbeund. Head Down. Statient. Southbound. Bead Op P. M P. M A. M 'a. m.'p. m p. M. Lv.. Ripley.., Arl 9:45! 4:05' 8:80 Lv.. Clown . Lv 9 001 3:20 7:4& 5:30 6:15 ft.50 12.55 1:40 2:15 6 50 7. 35 8. te! Ar.Rardinla.Lv 8:20 2:2M 7:10 is the best Patent Leather Polish shoes; for either black, tan or " f Vm ij vv a ,v.i 1. . &M&.l, .iy. - I pmrufv vmf'