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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1867.
INDICATIONS. Generally cloudy, with
rain or maw; winds shifting to north; flight
changes in temperature.
Governor Bradley must be getting
awfully weary of thia "extra session''
talk. Between the Huntorites and tlio
reporters, the Governor is kept busy
denying reports and "setting himself
It's bad enough to send a nine-year-old
boy to the penitentiary for breaking a
window and stealing half a dollar, but it's
far worse for a lot of fools to make a hero
out of the young criminal, when he's
pirdoned. Don't bo surprised if the boy
goes back to Catlettsburg and breaks
Mb. Charles 0. Douyns has entered
tho race for County Clerk, his formal an
nouncement appearing elsewhere in to
day's issue. Mr. Dobyns has been a
member of the well-known lumber firm
of W. B. Mathews & Co. for years, and is
one of Maysville's leading business men
and best citizens, thoroughly fitted for
the important position ho seeks. In ad
dition to this he is one of tho staunchest
Democrats of the county, with a host of
friends who would be glad to see him win.
Washington, Feb. 5. "Bradley, I see,
is going to appoint, after March 4," said
a Senator and member of the Committee
on Elections this morning to me.
"If he does his appointee will not be
seated, and no one but a properly elected
Senator will or can bo. Our action in
refusing to open tho DuPont case and
seating Kenney indicates the policy of
our committee, uur committee, as com
posed now, will never set a precedent
which would trouble us, as 'this one
would, if we should reverse all our
precedents and seat an appointee from
Bradley." Louisville Post correspon
dence. Bradley imagines he's right, and ho
will not listen to any one else. He
knows it all of courso, and he wants to
teach those fellows at Washington a
thing or two.
EX-CONGRESSMAN BEN. BUTTERWORTH
stumped tho country last fall for tho Ke
publican ticket and the gold standard.
In an interview at Cincinnati last week
ho said he was fully convinced that bi
metallism must be resorted to as ono of
the greatest elements of a return to pros
perity. "Whether it will come as actual
free coinage of silver is vet problemat
ical," said he. "It must come in some
such way, however. The promised era
of prosperity is sadly absent. I do not
think it will result from a revision of the
tariff to any great extent. The only tariff
laws that could do the country any good
would bo only such as would directly
improve the condition of the laboring
men and produco sufficient money to
properly conduct tho affairs of the Gov
ernment. Tho idea of high protection, I
believe, as the people know of me, is
very bad. Under tho McKinley bill, as
it oxisted, there was a Byetem of partner
ship between the manufacturers and the
Government, by which great revenues
wero derived by extortionate taxation of
tho masses. I boliove in protection when
it will directly improve tho condition of
the workingman, but I do not approve of
what is popularly known as tho protec
tive system, which simply robs tho peo
ple in general for the benefit of compara
tively a few manufacturers. I sincerely
hope that the now tariff law to be enacted
will not bo similar to tho old McKinley
If Mr. Butterworth believed in bimet
allism it's hard to 6eo how he could do an
ho did last fall.
County Clerk Cochran returned last
night for Danville.
Miss Mamie Leo Wood is visiting on
Walnut Hills, Cincinnati.
Dr. McLean and wife, of Mora, 111.,
aro visiting Mr. T. J. Winter and wife.
Mr. Geo. Adamson, of Nashville, is
haro on business and visiting relatives.
Mrs. Kate Anderson, of Newport, is
visiting her uncle, Mr. L. II. Long, in tho
Mr. W. P. Larue, of St. Louis, is hero
on a visit and is receiving cordial greet
ings from ilia many Mayaville friends.
Miss Mary Storer, of Tuckahoe, has
returned homo after a lenghty visit to
friends and relative8 in Weat Union, 0.
Mra. W. E. McCann, of Lexington,
returned homo Saturday after spending
a couple of weeks with her parents, Col
onel and Mrs. W. W. Baldwin.
Mra. T. M. Dora, of Germantown,
left for Middlesborough Sunday evening,
in response to a telegram announcing
tho serious illness of her sister, Mrs.
Di. Reed received a telegram Sunday
announcing tho serious illness of his
eistor, Mrs. Broshears, of Middlesborough.
ALL A BLUFF,
So a Newport Man Describes tho Bradley
A prominent Newport Republican, in
speaking of the prospective candidate for
tho United States Sonator and his
chances, unbosomed himself.aa follows:
"Governor Bradley is a shrewd poli
tician, and yet I am confident that ho
will not succeed in haying his man
elected. As evidence of his shrewdness,
the Governor has had telegraphed to tho
newspapers tho existenco of a breach
between him and John W. Yerkes.
Now, I know that no such breach exists,
and that it is simply a plan of Bradloy'a
to get Representative Lyons, of Campbell
County, and Representative JaBper, of
Pulaski County, to voto for Yerkes.
Neither Lyons nor Jasper will voto for
Bradley's candidate, and it is said thoy
wero to bo led to beliove that ho did not
want Yerkes elected. I beliove Judge
Holt's chances of being elected just as
good aB any other candidate, for tho aim
plo reason that his opponents are so as
siduously engaged in announcing that he
is not a candidate. And whilo Judgo
Holt has nover answered this assertion
in public, ho has written letters that
plainly state bo is a candidate and will
remain a candidate until a United States
Senator ia elected."
Send your addresses to H. E. Bucklcn
& Co., Chicago, and get a freo sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will
convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are particu
larly effective in the cure of Constipation
ana oick xieauacno. if or xviaiana ana
Liver troubles thoy have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to bo
perfectly freo from every deleterious sub
atance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to smomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the systom. Regular
size 25c. per box. Sold by J. J. Wood,
The Stanley passed up at noon Saturday
Tho heavy rains Friday night brought
out all tho side streams.
Wharfmaster Phiater spent Saturday
in Cincinnati on business.
The Jessie, that had been in Beasley's
Eddy, loft Saturday for points below with
a tow of coal.
Tho M. P. "Wells came out of her har
bor at South Eipley Saturday and is
again in her old run.
Rising faat here, aud at all points
above, as a result of the heavy rains.
Look out for a big river.
For tho Farmer.
Tho corn crop of 1890 is estimated by
the Government at 2,283,875,000 bushels.
This is greater than the 1895 estimate by
132,875,000 bushels. Tho average farm
price per bushel is given as 21.G cents,
making a total value of tho crop of $491,
007,000. The best evidence that people generally
recognize tho great shortage in the horse
stock of the country that twill soon be
manifested, ia evidenced by tho frequent
inquiry for eood size, good breed and
every way likely young stallions from
one to threo years old.
Box Opening and Musical.
Tho ladies of tho Christian Church will
have an opening of their self-denial boxes
to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock at tho
Every member of the church ia urged
to be preaent. Those having boxes will
please bring or send them, without fail.
Tho public cordially invited. Good
The County Supervisors of Tax reas
sembled this morning to hear complaints.
1 1 1
Mr. James Limerick, who has been ill
for some time, was reported somewhat
bettor this morning.
A dill was offered in tho Senate last
week by Senator Mills, of Texas, to in
crease tho pensions of tho surviving sol
diers and sailors of tho war of 1812. There
aro only twelve of these veterans living,
and they aro Garret Carl, 100 years old;
Elijah Glenn, 100 years old; Loucian
Ljune, 100 years old; Eleanor Smith,
100 years old; Ilosea Brown, 104 years
old; Joseph Coffman, 01 years old; Hiram
Cook, 00 years old; John Lumborson, 00
years old ; William C. Mass, 03 years old ;
Isaiah P. Paxton, 91 years old ; William
R. Yancey, 95 years old.
On February 2nd and 10th, March 2nd
and 10th, April 0th aud 20th, May 4th
and 18th, tho O. and O. Railway will Bell
home-seekera excursion tickets to points
in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,
North and South Carolina, Tonneaseo,
Virginia, Arkanaaa, Arizona, Colorado,
Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Minne
sota, Missouri, Nobraska, Now Mexico,
North and South Dakota, Oklahoma and
Texas. Tickets cood roturnincr twentv-
ono days from date of sale. For further
information address or call on W. W.
Wikoff, ticket agent, Maysville, or T. A.
Garrigan, SoutheastQrn Passenger Agent,
Huntington, W.Va. )
CINCINNATI TOBACCO MARKET.
Very Satisfactory jSales of Old the Past
Week And An Improvement in
ThoCincinnati Leaf Tobacco Warehouse
Company in its circular for tho week has
Under the present Improvement in our market
for old tobacco Tory satisfactory sates bare been
made during tbe past week. There was more
steadiness in the demand than we have experi
enced for a long time, tho bidding and prices
being about the samo from Tuesday to Friday.
Only a few hogsheads of really fine tobacco
wero offered, aud they sold well. Mediums, tho
kind rejected three or (our weeks ago at from
4c. to 6c., readily bought from Cc. to 7c. and over.
In all the low grades, excepting only tho very
meanest kinds, there Is a marked advance. It is
evident that tho manufacturers want tho goods,
and wo would say to our friends give them tho
tobacco whllo they want It.
Wo thlnkthcre is also an Improvement in our
market for'new stock, particularly for goods of
any merit at all, but a largo proportion of tho of
ferings continues to bo very indifferent in qual
ity, and hence the averago price Is greatly cut
down. A shipment of about fifty hogsheads is of
West Virginia tobacco was received at tho Globo
Warehouse this week, and whllo tho qualit) was
not quite up to the standard of this State, the tie
siro to purchase theso goods caused a strong com
petition and extra prices wero realized. Tho
shipments from several of tho southern counties
to tho Cincinnati market speak well for her fu
ture, and our buyers will remain at home to moko
their purchases and will take all theso shipments
at tho highest prices, as they aro partial to theso
tobaccos and want to establish a market to
induce tho shipments direct to Cincinnati.
Receipts were not heavy during the week and
the stocks in warehouses aro decreasing. In fact,
there Is much less tobacco held by shippers than
there was at tho samo tlmo last year, and this
fact doubtless contributes to tho betterment of
tho market, as docs also an Increased speculative
feeling. But few country purchases havo as yet
been made, and consequently tho present offer
ings aro mostly of growers' packing. We expect
a continued activity and believe thatlwhlle there
will probably be no boom, a good steady market
may bo looked for.
Women aro not tho only ones who aro sensitive
about their ages. A man doesn't like to be told
that ho Is getting old. Health keeps a man
young. It doscn't make any difference if he bos
lived eighty years. If they have been healthy
years, ho will bo hale and hearty and won't look
within twenty years as old as ho is. Good di
gestion and rich, red blood make pcoplo look
youthful. Dr. Pierce's Golden. Medical Discovery
makes rich, red blood. It makes health In tho
right way. It works according to the theory, and
In 30 years of practice, it has proved that the
theory is absolutely correct. It begins at tho be
ginningbegins by putting tho Rtomach, liver
and bowels into perfpet order, but it begins its
good work on the blood before It finishes with
tho digestive system. It searches out disease
germs wherever thoy may bo and forces them
out of tho body. All druggists keep the "Dis
Delinqaent City Taxes.
The delinquent tax list of Itho city ia
now in my hands for collection. Those
indebted are kindly requested to call and
settle, and avoid additionalgcost or sale
of property. D. P. Ort,
There never was a house in Maysville
whose work gavo as much satisfaction as
P. J. Murphy's, watchmaker and jeweler.
When your watch needs repairing, take
it to him. No fancy prices charged. All
lie Said 'Toko and Beans."
Joo Cavan, who has had a whirlwind
oxperienco in tlio south and west, said
to tho crowd in tho samo old placo, tlio
up town hotel:
'My advice to yon all is, bo natural.
Do not try to deceivo people with your
affected talk or in your clothes. You
will bo certain to show tho cloven foot
somewhere. I was at a dinner onco in
St. Louis. It was given by Governor
Marmndnko. Beforo wo had given our
orders, for at a western dinner every
man has tho privilegoof saying what he
wants, tho governor asked each ono of
his guests whore ho hailed from. Ono
was from Tennessee, ono from Illinois,
ono from California. Tho cast was not
represented, bo I handed in my card
from Vermont. Just then tlie waiter
passed tho bill of fare, and, my ruling
passion asserting itsolf, 'Poke and
beans, ' said I in my natural voice.
" 'Cavan,' said tho governor of Mis
souri vehemently, 'you're from Georgy.
No man from Vermont over said 'poke
and boans, ' and your Eohomo of passing
for a Yankee, suh, is roprehcnsiblo and
will cost you tho wine. '
"I havo sailed under my own colors
ovor siuco. "Now York Sun.
Ono Minor Kills Another.
Linton, Iud., Fob. 8. Henry Mc
Donald, a minor, was killed hero Satur
day night by Jesse Mnverty, another
miner, with a pickhandle. Thoy had
had sonio troublo in tho early part of
the evening in a saloon whoro McDonald
knocked Maverty down. Thoy after
ward met when McDonald's son shot
six times at Maverty, wounding him.
Thon Maverty atruok McDonald with a
pickhandle. The blow killed him.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ono Hundred Monies and Mules Wanted.
I will bo at Alexander & Bro.'s stable,
Maysville, Ky., on February 0th, 10th
and 11th, 1807, to buy good saddle and
harness horses; also some Rood mules.
Has been educated to quickly distinguish tho sure-enough from tho
raako-bolievo. Whon wo Bay the values in our Linen sale aro unusual
at tho price, it's with tho realization wo aro addressing keen-slzhtod
' women who will prove ovory statement wo make. But we don't fear
inquiry; we invite it because it means greater satisfaction to you and
more business for us.
It will bo a long time before you buy Towels as cheap as you can now.
We Btill havo a large line of tho 25c. Satin Damask beauties ; also heavy,
all-linen, hemmed, bordored Towels, 20x40, only 10c. Hemstitched
Huck Towels, redor blue borders or all white, 10c. Crepe Towels, pure
linen, fringed, 23x45, very durable, 15c.
Red and white plaid, fast colors, 25c. Red ground, checked in black,
very neat, 25c. Scotch double-wove Damask, fast red with floral pat
terns in white, 49c.
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY.
Irish linen dinner Napkins, twenty-two inches square, soft finish satin
Damask, value $1.37, for Monday only, 97c. To appreciate this offer
you must see the Napkins. Supply limited ; come early to avoid dis
appointment. HEMMED FREE All Tablecloths aud Napkins bought
during this sale.
D. HUNT & SON.
ENCOURAGED by my largely in
creased business of tbo past year,
and in order to meet tho largely in
creasing demands of my trade, I have
taken advautage of tbo great depres
sion in business throughout tbe coun
try, which ha been tho causo of forc
ing large quantities of tho most desir
able goods In my line on tbe market
at extremely low prices, and bought
for cosh the largest, cleanest and most
attractive stock of goods ever offered
to tho people of this city. Therefore,
I am in condition to offer to cash and
prompt paying customers the greatest
bargains ever offered to the trade and
at tho same timo give them the very
best class of goods. My stock consists
of every article and much moro than
can bo found in many strictly first
class houses In the country, consisting
of Staplo and Fancy Groceries ana
Canned Goods, best Sugar-cured Hams
and Breakfast Bacon, Flour of various
brands Buckwheat Flour, Graham
Flour, En tiro Wheat Flour, Wheatlets;
NOW FOR '97.
pure Maplo Syrup, the best brands of
Pickles, Snider's CatsuD and Chill
Sauce, puro Cream Cheese, Fruits.both
green and dried, of all kinds ; in fact,
every article that can be named and
at prices that knock out all competi
tion. My houso is headquarters for
Poultry, Gamo and Oysters in season,
always fresh and tempting, and when
you want the best cakes and bread
don't fall to buy my Perfection Flour
it is always tho best : and my Blend
ed Coffee has no equal. Watch for w
Specials, and doa't fall to take advant
age of them. I want country people
when in our city to mako my house
headquarters; you aro always wel
come. And don't forget that I rum
two wagons regular and will deliver
all goods prom ptly. If you can' t come,
telephone No. 83, and your wants will
be attended to. Thanking all for the
very liberal patronage of the post, I
hope, br fair dealing and prompt and
polite attention to tbe wants of the
publlc,to merit a continuance of same.
The Leading Grocer.
At bidders' prices, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
11th, commencing at 10 o'clock, at my home at
IUETT, O. Sixty head of Willow Wood Poland
Chinas. This is the only herd having puro Black
Bess blood east of Illinois, and your last chance
to get It In this offering goes my old herd Boar
and Prlnco of Breeders, Rudolph, 33019,'a grand
son of the $1,000 Ono Price, 18639, Haut Boy, Vol.
19, 0. R greatest son of Madeline, 810M O. R.,the
old mother Black Bess Sow Imported by F. M.
Spears; Retriever, Vol. 19, Q. It., a fine large
yearling, sired by tho prize-winner, 900 Fine,
8S5C3, out of my finest Black Bess Sow, Willow
Wood Queen. Also other flno yearling Boars.
Brood Sows and Gilts safo with pig. Also, two
fine largo yearlings, sired by 900 Fine, both safo
In pig, one to Legal Tender, tho other to 10151,
Vol, 19, 0. It All Boars and Gilts of summer and
fall farrow of 1896. By my Boars Rudolph, 900
Fine, Big Bone. This Is a splendid offering and
yon should not miss it. Also several pairs of
suckling Pigs not akin, sired by tbe above-mentioned
boars and out of the dams above men
tioned. Nover beforo in tho history of Poland
Chinas in tho Ohio Valley has such fine blood
and extra Individuals gono under tho hammer.
I am going west, and everything offered goes.
Terms of Sale Six mouths' time will be given
on approved notes, 0 per cent Interest.
C. P. SHELTON, Prop.,
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE !
Harry Martcll's Reallstlo Southern Production,
Before the W
The only show of its kind on earth. Absolutely
Unique. Without a rival.
6& Sablo Soulful Slngors.
II Sunburnt Southern Silhouettes.
1 1 CampMectlngShoutcrRandShooters.
II Gunny-sacked Cotton-Picking Choristers.
w Malo ond Female Afric-hued Artists.
Genuine and Original Picaninna Band.
Watch for tho big parade at noon.
Prices, 75, 80, 3tf and 2S Cents.
TYTE aro authorized to announce JAMES E.
W CAHILL. as a candidate for reelection as
Representative to the Legislature, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
FOB COUNTY JUDGE.
WE are authorized to announce GEO. W. SUL
SER as a candidate for County Judge, sub
ject to the action of tho Democratic party.
WE are authorized to announce T. L. BEST as a
candidate for Sheriff at the November eleo
lion, 1897, subject to the action of the Democratic
WE are authorized to annouueo S. P. PKRR1NE
as a candidate for Sherlffof Mason County,
subject to the action of tho Democratic party.
FOB CIRCUIT CLERK,
WW. COOK is the candidate for Circuit Clerk,
subject to the action of the Democratic
WE are authorized to announce ISAAC WOOD
WARD as a candidate for re-election to tho
office of Circuit Clerk, subject to the action f
the Democratic party.
WE are authorized to announce A. F. RE8PES3
.as a candldato for Circuit Clerk, subject to
ma uumii ui mc -uemucraHB puny.
WE are authorized to announce I. N. WATjSON
as a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to
the action of the Democratic party.
FOB COUNTY CLKBK.
WE aro authorized to announce CLARENCE
L. WOOD as a candidate for County Cleric,
subject to tbe action of the Democratic party.
WE are uuihortzed to announce JOHN ts.
LOVEL as a candidate for County Clerk,
subject to the action of tho Democratic party.
Y7Eare authorized to announce CHARLES C.
" DOB NS as a candiduto for County Clerk
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
WE are authorized to announce HIRAM W. T.
EARNSHAW as a candidate for County At
tornoy, subject to tho action of the Democratic
TY7E are authorized to announce FRANK P.
vv O'DONNELL as a candidate for County At
torney, subject to the action of the Democratic
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.
WJLa,r,?.?uthorlzei1 announce G. W. BLAT-
vv TERMAN as a candldato for re-election to
the office of County Superintendent of Schools,
buujvui m me action oi me Democratic party.
WE are authorized to anuouuee O. D. WKLL3
as a candldato for Countv Sunerlntonriont
of Schools, subject to tho action of
X7i;H?.a,utnor,zcd to anuounco MRS. CLARA
w KE1ES ALLEN as a candldato for County
Superintendent of Schools, subject to the action
of the Democratic party. .
WE arc authorized to announce JOHN F. RYAN
as a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho
w-hwi ' mp ucimivimiu puny.
WE aro authorized to announce 1
VAIN as a candldato for Jailer,
the action of tho Democratic party.
, L. McIL
WBrB.lUnorizcd t0 anuounco WILLIAM
GAUm as a candldato for Jailer, subject to
MW ..im. m mq IJl'muiTauu mry.
WE are authorized to announce FRANK GOOD
WIN as a candidate for Jailer subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
WE aro authorized to announce W. II. nAWES
of Minerva precinct, as a candidate for
County Assessor, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic pa rty.
WE are authorized to announce GRANT G.
, KILLPATRICK as a candidate for County
Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic
WLRr.?.a"tnorlzi;d to announce C. BURGESS
TAYLOR as acandldate for County Assessor,
subject to the action of tho Democratio party.
Quaker Crimped Crust
Gives more bread from a given amount of flour
tbau any othor pan. And it is sweeter, better
bread-moist insldo. rich brown outside, and
never burnt. It can't burn. Tho steam in tho
pan won't let the bread burn. It Is moro nutri
tious, and will keep longer than any other bread
without becoming stale.
You Can Soothe Bread and Taste
C, ', RUSSELL k CO
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