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O in Year 53 UO Three Months 75
Six Month t 50 ono Month 25
Per Week 6 cents
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1894.
November election, 1804.
TIIOMA8 R. PHISTER.
T. M. PEARUE.
J. C. JEFFERSON.
JOHN fa EVERETT.
V. C. PEUIAM.
JAMES C. OWENS.
Fair, colder; mest winds and
slowhjrising temperature Friday.
According to Henry Clews, GO per
cent, of the manufactories that were idle
three weeks ago are now running on full
A canning factory at Lexington is an
assured fact. Several of the business
men of that city took $1,500 of stock,
each. The business men of Lexington
are alive to their interests;
"Ik we aro robbers wo rob Americans
for the benefit of Americans." This is a
remark made by Congressman Hender
son of Iowa in defense of the Republican
high tariff. But General Henderson
knows ithat people who "rob Americans
for the benefit of Americans" aro robbers
all the same.
Mi:. Taylor, a Republican member of
the State Senate, made some very rash
statements in a speech this week, and
was sorry a few minutes later that ho
hadn't read up a little more before ho
turned his tongue loose. He assorted
that when the Republicans went out of
power they left the State with 2,000,000
in the treasury, and not a dollar in debt.
Mr. Miller, of Calloway, quietly drew an
Auditor's report for 1807 from under his
desk, says the Capital, and read for the
information of the gentleman a little par
agraph which exhibited that in October,
of that year, the State was left with a
debt of $4,011,199.40, which was a
squelcher for Mr. Taylor, who imme
diately took his seat, with not a further
word to say. Ho will hardly be heard
from any more this session on this
" A HEW MORE REMARKS"
Another advocate of the new Medical
Practice act lias made his appearanco in
ish brother physician, conceals his iden
tity. What wo said in regard to tho first
will apply to the second. Wo wouldjbo
ashamed to attach our signature to an ar
ticle the principal feature of which is tho
vulgar epithets tho writer of the last com
munication seems to delight in. He must
be in "a bad row of Btumps" when ho re
sorts to such trumpery. Our editorial
shots appear to have struck center, and
our over-zealous friends should not be so
lavish in thoir praise of us.
Tho Bulletin's position in regard to
this new law is in lino with that of the
leading paper of tho State, tho Courier
Joumai. And wp repeat that many of
tho best physicians, tho leading practi
tioners in tho city and county, do not en
dorse the law,
SUPERLA TIVE MEANNESS.
The New York Tribune, a leading Re
publican organ and professedlyja journal
of a high moral tone, talks about "this
Administration bankrupting the Treasury."
" What unblushing impudenco," ex
claims tho Cincinnati Enquirer. "This
Administration took possession of Jtho
Treasury with nothing in it but a fow un
curront dimes, quarters and half-dollar
pieces. Tho Republican party took pos
session of tho Treasury wlien filled to
bursting with money drawn from tho
pockotaof an overtaxed, people. By tho
enactment of a tariff law which prohib
ited importation ; by repealing the duty
on sugar, which brought into the .Treas
ury nearly $60,000,000 a year, and providr
ing for tho payment of a bounty to do
mestic sugar-makers of an uncertain num
ber of millions; by prodigal appropria
tions tho Republican party bankrupted
"'Whatever sins and follies tho Demo
crats may bo responsible for, bankrupting
tho Treasury is not ono of them.
"To roplenish a Treasury which has
been made bankrupt by tho Tribune's
party is ono of tho most difficult tasks
which this .Administration has to
perform."' . : i
THE NEW YORK WORLD'S TARIFF
'If one ironmaster In the State 'of
lonnsyivama should petition uongrcss
to pay him out of tho public troasury
$0.72 for each ton of pig iron made, as tho
diflbrenco between what ho paid his work
men and what foreign ironmasters paid
their workmen, and, the petition having
been granted, it should bo discovered that
his workmen received only $2.48 wages per
ton ; that the employer embezzled $4.20
of the $0.72 per ton drawn by him from
tho treasury for thoir wages and paid
thorn nothing on his own account, ho
would bo arretted, convicted of embezzle
ment and sept to prison lor i long term
of years. When ono hundred and bgv
enty-nino men conspiro together and
mnkesuch a petition, and it ia granted by
Congress, with thp minor, change that in
stead of tho $6.72 being raised by Fed
eral tax officers and disbursed by tho
Treasury it shall bo collected by the one
hundred and Beventy-nino petitioners,
organized as a pig-iron trust, and dis
bursed by thorn, neither the number of
tho thieves nor tho manner of collecting
tho money affects tho question at issue.
Do tho workmen get tho $0.72 ? Each
individual ironmaster receives the $0.72
for his workmen and steals the $4.20. Ho
obtains the money under false pretenses.
Tho statutes of every State in tho Union
defines his act as larceny. There is no
other word to express it."
SHERMAN THE PROPHET.
Here is what John Sherman said about
tho tariff in 1872:
If the present high rate of duties, un
exampled in our country, and higher by
nearly 50 per cent, than they were in
1861, aro maintained on metalic and tox
tilo fabrics after we have repealed tho
very internal taxes which gave rise to
them, and after wo have substantially
given them their raw materials free of
duties, wo shall have a feeling of dis
satisfaction among other interests in the
country that will overthrow tho whole
system and do greater harm than can
possibly bo done by a moderate reduction
of tho present rates of duty. And I am
quite suro that intelligent men engaged
in tho production of various forms of tex
tile ana metalic fabrics feel, as I do, that
it is wiser and better to do what is just
and right to make a reduction on their
products, at least to the extent of the re
duction in this bill on their raw materials,
rather than invtie a controversy in which
l believe tney win be in the wrong.
"John was a prophet," exclaims an ex
change. "Tho feeling of dissatisfaction
with tho tariff lias become very strong,
and it will overthrow tho whole system.
The tariff in forco in 1872 lacked a great
deal of being as high as the McKinloy
tariff, and yot the venerable Senator will
probably resist the Wilson bill, which is
in lino with his 1872 ideas."
HON. GALUSHA A. GROW.
Tho Public Ledger in its Tuesday's is
sue copied an editorial from tho New
York Press in laudation of Hon. Galusha
A. Grow, whom the Republicans of Penn
sylvania have nominated for Congress
from tho State at large. Our neighbor
evidently was not very well posted about
Mr. Grow. The Now York Times says :
Mr. Grow appeared before tho McKin
loy Ways and Means Committeo four
years ago and made a strong argument in
favor of a largo reduction of tho duty of
76 cents a ton on coal, asserting that so
far as Canada was concerned, this country
would gain more than it could lose by
such a change. Ho also declared that the
cost of mining was less in Pennsylvania
and Ohio that in Nova Scotia, pointed out
that oven under existing conditions our
exports ol coal to Canada were three
times as great as our imports of coal from
that country and then said: "If thorp
were no duty on coal between Canada
and the United States, I think tho Nova
Scotia region would supply Canada east
of Montreal and most ol the State, of
Maine, and perhaps some in Boston,
while Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana
would supply all tho territory west of
Montreal to the Rocky Mountains. We
thould supply ten miles, of territory to their
one." Consistency requires ljira to re
peat this plea in support of that part of
tho Wilson bill whicfr rompves tho duty
In cities tho size of Maysvillo there is
no good reason at all for requiring elec
tric railway companies to place their wires
undor ground. The citizens do not ask
anything of tho kind and thoy do not ex
Tho bill now pending in tho Legislature
on this subject will work a great hardship
on all companies in tho smaller cities if
passed in its present form. In fact it
would drive many out of existence.
Really this is, a mattor for tho cities
themselves to decide, and tho Legislature
should not intermeddle.
Dialect Reading To-night.
To-night at tho court house will occur
Misa Johnstone's dialect reading. Ad
mission, 50 cents; children, 25 cents.
Doors open at 7:S0, reading begins at 8:15.
Following is tho programme:
Vocal Solo Mrs. Eobert Cummings
"ABhorNuf Casoof Conjurln' "...MissJohugtono
Vocal Solo ;Mrs. Robert Cummings
" Mars Christophur an' Mis' Isa- 5-Miss Johnstono
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I Tornado .policies-- WR. Warder, agt.
A DESERVED TESTIMONIAL
Tho School Boar4 Expresses Its Ap
preciation of B. ?. Williams'
Sorvicos as a Toachor.
At tho last meeting of tho Board of Ed
ucation, tho following was unanimously
Whereas, Owing to sickness Mr. D. F. Wil
liams, Principal of district school No. 3 ot tho
city of Maysvillo, has found it necessary to ten
dor to this board his resignation as Principal of
said school, and
Wiikrjcas, This board has deemed It expedient,
though with much reluctance, to accept said res
ignation ; therefore, bo it
Jtoolwcf, That this board tenders to Mr. Wil
liams its sincere regrets that illness has com
polled him to sever his connection with tho pub
lic schools of our city, with which he bu been
so long and favorably identified.
'Resolved, That we most cordially assuro him of
our hearty appreciation of his earnest, conscien
tious and faithful sorvicos in the interest ot our
public schools, extending over a long period of
timo. And whllo deeply sensible of the loss sus
tained by our. public school by reason of his re
tirement, we extend to him our best wishes for a
speedy restoration (o health and for great future
RcxAved, That a copy of these resolutions bo
spread upon tho minutes of this board, and that
a copy bo transmitted to Mr. Williams,
Trath Versa Fashion.
Mrs. do Swell (peering from her car
riage) Oh, I see Mrs. do Stickler up at
her window. (To coachman) James,
stop tho carriage. I wish to see if Mrs.
do Stickler is at home. Puck.
Save tho Forests.
Some years ago tho government of
Bavaria sent a skilled forester to study
tho conditions of timber growth in tho
United States. Whilo here be made tho
remark, as if speaking of a matter gen
erally known and accepted:
"In CO years you will havo to import
your timber, and as you will probably
prefer American.kihds we shall begin to
grow them, in order to bo ready to send
them to you at the proper time."
What an instanco of scientific fore
thought, and withal what a warning!
Porhaps it is not yot too lato tagrow
on our own lands the timber we shall
need a generation or two hence, but if
wo aro to do so it is timo to tako rigor
ous steps to stop reckless forest destruc
tion and to encourage scientific cultiva
tion. Whilo our government sells outright
its forest landB for $2.50 an acre, Franco
obtains almost exactly tho same sum
yearly from each aero of its forest land
by sales of timber. We spend our cap
ital; Franco makes an income, and
safeguards its capital.
Palissy, tho famous Fronch potter,
who was wise in other things as well
as in porcelain, declared that tho neg
lect pf forests in his day was "not a
mistake, but a calamity and a curso for
Franco." That country has eince
loarnod tho lesson. When will ours
follow its example? Youth's Compan
ion. Cotton Gins.
Some recent Improvements in cotton
gins are claimed to insuro much great
er economy and efficiency than have
hitherto boon attained, tho difficulty bo
ing now overcome of obtaining tho, full
length of the various staples on account
of the machinery in uso tearing the, lint
before the parting of the. entire Length
of tho fiber from tho rollers. As now
improved, tho machino is so constructed
as to allow all changes for mooting
these various lengths in staples to bo
mado without oven having to stop tho
oporator from hio work, whereas the
gin now in uso not only necessitates the
stopping of tho machine, but requires a
great amount of time in which to effect
tho change. Another improvement in
this machine is an appliance in connec
tion with the inner blade, consisting of
n spring which allows it to give when
tho pressuro of cotton passing through
tho roller is too severe, thus preventing
tho inner and outer blades from coming
in contact with each other. Tho great
wear of tho rollor is by this moans saved.
New York Sun.
Horace Barnunj, who, after using to
bacco for years, discontinued its use a
few weeks ago, woo recently afflicted
with a kind of tobacco tremors. Ho is
bo badly off that it is roportod thnt he
may hayq to bo taken to tho insano hos
pital in Middletown. Bristol Letter in
Hartford Times. '
Sister's Queer Actions.
Little Johnny I guess sister doesn't
caro much for that young man, that's
after her now.
Mother I should hopo not.
Littlo Johnny Of courso Bho doesn't,
'cause Bho burns oyery ono of hio letters
ugj.as soon as ahp roads 'em, GJood
Many Factories Rcsumo Work.
OobtimvN. J.,-rr Tho oJkii announce
ment tbt all of tho iqipprtant Indus
trie horq will bq started on full timo be
tween now and Feb. 1 has causeu mucn
gratification. All of tho big manufac
tories of wagons, wire cloth and door and
window screens havo been shut down to
a groat oxtent so far this winter. Now
lifoand prosperity are loojeed for, and
tho entire community is elatpd over tho
prospect. Between twelvo and fifteen
hundred hands will bo given work.
Mardl Gras, February 6th, 1894.
On account of Mardi Gras celebration
at Mobile and New Orleans, tho L. and
TSt will sell round trip tickets to theso
points as follows: to Mobile, $20.65; t9
Now Orleans, $21.90. Tickets will bo
sold January 80th to February 4th in
clusive; return limit February 28th.
When Baby was sick, wo gaye berC&storla.
VQusa she was a Child, sho criod for CostorU.
When she became JIlss, she clung to Castorio.
When sho had Children, cho gave them Castorio.
Gko. W. Suxskr, law, nro insurance.
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adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will atto-t
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
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Its excellence is duo to its presenting
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and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with tho approval of tho medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c ana $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whoso name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
I will offer at auction on my form, known as
the lewton Clift place, in the Lewisburg pre
cinct, situated on tho Horseshoo Turnpike, one
m Jo from tho Fleming turnpike, two and n half
miles from Marshal's Station and sovon miles
from Maysvllle, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 29
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and other buildings ; also good well, pool And
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3 2oods axid
Tbls property is known, to bo up to tho best of
Mason County's high grade lands, near to good
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Tcrms-Ono-fourth cash on the 10th of March :
balance payable in one, two and threo years.
J.D. Peed, AucnoNEEn. ' diwtd
Friday, January 26.
.i2? lunD,Icst ?' H Pys- A satire on Emicra
tlon, showing tho Irishman, the German, the
imfh'H? Ancricari, the Chinese, the Gorman
glJ?' l.he XTlB Blrl Lnnd th0 Hi" fflrt.
Castlo i Garden, tho first day j thoEraiirrant tho
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