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ROSSER & MCCARTHY, .
SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OF DAILY.
ue month 25 1 Three months 75
Six months 81 50 1 One rear t3 00
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. 1900.
TKain in south
BSTand snow In north portions
fiSrto-iiifjht and Thursday.
Tuat Porto Hico tarifl' bill is proving
too strong a job for some of the Republi
cans. Boss Ilanna has not yet succeed
ed in "harmonizini;" them.
Here is au object lesson, bIiowIur the
power of but one of the gigantic truets.
The profits of the steel industries lust
year were as follows:
The Carnegie company earned in 1S99,
521,000,000; Andrew Carmine's Bhare
w is $12,285,000. Mr. Carnegie's earnings
lor a week were S&35,('.00; the estimated
profits for 1900 are $42 500.000, of which
his share will be $24,807,000, or, by the
week, $470,000. At Carnecie's estimate
the plant 19 worth SL'oO.UUU.uou ; accord,
iner to option his share ia worth $157,'
950,000. Mr. Carnegie says he can sell
the plant in .London lor !?duu,uuu,uuu, ot
which his Bhare wouiu oe $j-',ouu,uuu.
It looks now like all the details of the
infamous conspiracy to assassinate Goe
bel and other Democratic members of
the Legislature will soon be known to
the world. Culton, one of the suspects
under arrest, went to the State's attor
neys Tuesday and was closeted with
them three hours.
It is said he gave a full confession and
the attorneys are in possession of the
facts, but the matter will not be divulged
yet. Henry E. Youtsey, another sus
pect, was arrested Tuesday. He also
was anxious to talk, but Culton got in
ahead of him.
That staunch Republican newspaper
the St. Paul Pioneer Press, alluding to
the revelations made in the Frick-Carne-giesuit,
Although it is improbable that any
other protected industry has been mak
ing profits as largo as those of the Car
negie Company, the showing made in
this instance will quicken the convic
tion that every other monopoly iu the
country can afford to be divested, in the
interest of the people, of whatever in
crement of profits now comes to it
through a protective duty. The paper
trust, the tin plato trust, the leather
trust the whole list of protected mo
nopolies ought to be brought within the
purview of a tariff reform which would
enable foreign competition to put a limit
on their ability to raise prices. When
our steel and paper manufacturers can
undersell the world in the world's mar
kets they need no protection either to
keep their factories running or to pay
' high wages.
This resolution was adopted unani
mously by Iho Iowa House of Represent
atives: Be it resohed, By the House the Senate
concurring, that the people of Iowa are
unalterably opposed to the establishment
of any tarilT duties between the United
States and any territory acquired as a re
sult of the American-Spanish war, the
people of which aceppted the sovereignty
of this government without resistance and
voluntarily passed under the jurisdiction
of its Constitution and laws.
Iowa usually goes overwhelmingly Re
publican, hence the adoption of the above
resolution is significant. Commenting
on this point the Washington Star says:
'The action of the Iowa Legislature can
not affect the situation in Congress. The
deal has been" made; it is a matter of
money for the campaign, and the tariff
measure will be carried through."
This statement was made by a Republi
can member of the House, who support
ed the bill by his vote. "You may as well
set it down the deal will be carried out,"
he added. The carrying out of tho
recommendation of tho President for free
trade with Porto Rico would have depriv
ed the party of a very considerable con
tribution; the adoption of tho reverse
policy insures a very large contribution.
The possible unpopularity of the Porto
It'can tarifl was balanced against the cer
tainty of money to use in the campaign,
aud the decision was in favor of the cam
paign contribution. It was not expected
that the storm of protest would be as
Btrong as it is, but it is now too late for a
Tho title of the bill should be changed.
It is an act to pay for contributions to
the next Republican campaign fund.
Old age as It comes In the orderly process of
Nature is n beautiful aud majestic thing. Tho
very (.hadow of eclipse which threatens It
makes It the more prized. It stands for experi
ence, knowledge, wisdom and counsel. That Is
old nco ns it xhould be. But old ago ns it bo
otten Is menus nothing but a second childhood
of mind and body. What makes thodinereuce?
Very largely the care of tho stomach. In youth
rind the full strength of manhood It doesn't
teem to matter how a treat tho stomach. Wo
abuse It, overwork it, lnjuro It. Wo don't suffer
from It much. Hut whui ago comes the stomach
s worn out. It can't preparo and distribute tho
needed nourishment to the body, aud tho body,
unuourlshcd, falls Into bonllo decay. Dr.
I'iorco's Golden Medical Discovery Is a wonder
ful medicine for old people whoso stomachs ore
"weak" nnd whose digestions are "poor." IU
invigorating effects nro felt by mlud as woll as
body. It takes tho stlnj: from old ago and makes
old peoplo strong.
IN THE SAME CLASS
Arc William "Shackles" Taylor and Sena
tor "Per Ulem Per Day" Deboo.
The thoughtless press is having fun
with W. 8. Taylor for writing to a north
It was noble, It was godly, to take tho shackles
off tho hands of the poor and lowly black man,
but It would be equally godly and noble to re
move from the brow of the whlto man tho same
The claim is made that the white man
does not wear shackles on rjis brow. Wo
hasten to tbe defense of Wm. Shackles
Taylor, and insist that the only Bhackles
in Kentucky aro in the Republicans'
minds, supposed to be somewhere in the
vicinity of tho brow. If, perchance, our
friends', the enemies', brains have gone
down on thorn, or if, as has been charged,
Mr. Taylor has lost his head, there can,
of course, bo no shackles on the brow,
and the brilliant occupant of the Execu
tive building has put himself on a rhe
torical par with Per Diem Per Day De
boe; otherwise, Mr. Taylor is perfectly
correct and deserves to have the hat
passed around once again.
At a special bargain. Having purchased
a lot of eight-year-old whisky that was
required to be tax-paid, we have con
cluded to give our customers the benefit
of it, and place the strictly straight, pure
eight-year-old Bourbon by quart, gallon
or barrel on sale at 2 gallon. Purity,
age and being two-stamped goods, guaran
teed. Finest on earth.
G. W. Rogers & Co.
GOLDEN A TRUTHFUL MAN.
His Reputation For Veracity Unquestion
able. Richmond, Ky., March 20. Attorney
S. A. D. Jones, formerly of Barbourville,
was here to-day, and when asked if the
defense could impeach the testimony of
Wharton Golden, the star witness in tho
Powers case, said: "I have known Golden
for twenty years, and his reputation for
truth and veracity is unquestionable.
The Goldens have always been regarded
as upright men, and their statements
can not be impeached by reputable citi
zens." Mr. Jones formerly practiced law
at Barbourville, and knows not only the
principals, but every mountain witneES
in the case.
The Charles B. Pearce will resume her
tiips some time next month.
Over 500 rafts came out of .the Big
Sandy this week.
The Keystone State and Speedwell are
due down this evening and Bay to-night.
Wells and Bonanza up.
Capt. Edgington is so well pleased
with the Speedwell that he may pur
chase her for the Pearce's companion in
the Portsmouth-Cincinnati trade.
The City of Pittsburg has received a
new calliope. She leaves Pittsburg April
S for Louisville, passing here on tho 5th.
She has a new battery of boilers, and has
cost her owners, Captain Dana Scott, of
Zauesville, and John M. Phillips, of Pitts
burg, more than 585,000. She is expected
to be the fastest boat on tbe Ohio, and a
big packet war between Pittsburg and
Louisville is anticipated.
Electicts, Chcsters and Rippers Met Last
Night First Named Team Got
Rest of It.
The Electrics, Cbesters and Rippers
met laBt night in tho three-men tour
nament at the MavBville Club alleys.
Tho Electicts won both their games, the
Cbesters took one and the Rippers losing
out entirely in the shufile.
The scores were as follows :
W. Harney 185 152
Duubar 101 180
Schroeder 130 159
J. Harney 131
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in the postofflcq at Maysvillo, Mason
County, Ky., for tho week ending Tues
day, March 28, 1900:
. MUs Kuulce
lUA, 1158 01UII1O
Thomas, 0. U.
Demand, Mrs. Ella
Persons callinc for anv of thn ahnva
will pleaso say advertised.
Clarence Mathews, P. M.
Onion sets at Ohenoweth'a drug store.
Miss Willie Watson will entertain tho
Euchre Club Thursday afternoon at 2
Tiikrk is no improvement in the con
dition of the venerablo Mr. T. K. Ricketts,
Sr., who is seriously ill at his home on
Tue two-year-old daughter of Arthur
Morton, colored, of tho Sixth ward died
Tuesday, of enlargement of the liver. She
had boen afilicted all her life.
Tony Koewler, who was shot in a
fracas with William Sidwell, at Ripley,
last September, died Monday. At the
trial recently the jury failed to agree, and
Sidwell was given his liberty.
At Paris tho jury in tho case of Wil
liam Hukill against the Agricultural
Bank disagreed. Hukill fell in an open
ing in the pavement in front of the bank
and sued for $2,500 damages.
The ladies of the new library will give
a book reception, at the St. Charlea Ho
tel, on Thursday evening, April 5th. All
persons interested in this movement will
please look over their book shelves and
select some volume which can be spared
as a gift on this occasion.
The advantage of buying goods from
Murphy, the jeweler: Ladies' or gents'
gold-filled watch, my price $5. Ladies'
Bolid gold watch, my price $15, and I have
them cheaper. We are lower in price
than any other dealer. Yours, for low
prices, Murpny, the jeweler.
The Oddfellows of this city are prepar
ing to celebrate tho anniversary on April
26th in an appropriate manner. The ar
rangements have not been completed
yet, but they will probably keep open
house during the day, and in the even
ing have an address by the Grand Mas
ter, followed by a banquet.
George T. Weddlk, of New Albany,
Ind., a one-legged railroad conductor who
lost his job on tho Air Line a few months
ago, has issued a card bearing the follow
ing: "Beware of No. 13. I was born
June 13, 1864; married December 13,
1885; lost my leg April 13, 1886, on sec
tion 13, 1887, thirteen months after mar
rying her; lost my job November 13,
1S99,. and have thirteen letters in my
. Mr. Wade Stewart's glass-eyed dog
wandered into Nash's new barber shop
(Klipp it Brown's old stand) Tuesday
morning. After nosing about for a time
he meandered up to the second floor and
got out of a front window on the window
ledge to take a view of the surroundings.
Next he sauntered along the ledge to a
position over tho entrance to J.James
Wood & Son's drug Btore. Then he con
cluded he had carried his investigations
far enough and decided to retrace his
steps, but as he wasn't good at crawfish
ing he took the shortest routo and with
a yelp landed on tho pavement below,
not much worse off for his experience.
Mr. W. H. Wadsworth was in Frank
fort Tuesday on business.
Miss Kate Clare, of Bedford, Ind., is
the guest of Mrs. John Altmeyer.
Miss Calla Stephens is home after a
visit in Newport and Covington.
Miss Katherine Poyntz arrived home
last evening after a visit at Louisville.
Mrs. O. M. Phister is visiting hflr sis
ter, Mrs. John A. Morrison, of Ports
mouth. Mrs. A. J. Williams has gone to Bal
timore to look after her interest in the
Mr. Robert Hoeflich will entertain a
number of friends with a box party at
the Society MinBtrels this evening.
Mrs. J. B. Aikman. of tbe West End.
has returned home after visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Len Kidder, of Tuckahoe.
Mr. Charles W. Zweinart has gone
West on a trip to Seattle, Salt Lake nnd
other points, and may locate perma
nently. Miss Nannie Peed, of Mayslick, and
Miss Dorothy Peed, of Millersburg, will
arrivo this week on a visit to their aunt.
Mrs. Slack, of Forest avenue, and other
Col. Sam Stairs, of the Dover News,
left last night for Washington City on a
business trip. The Colonel will call on
several of his old acquaintances while in
Washington and probably pay his re
spects to the President.
THE BEAUTY 3
OF BUYING GOODS AT
Is the satisfaction of knowing that ZS
- everything is just as 'represented. "
LADIES' Gold-filled Watch, with :
American movement....$8.7J5 :
Gents' Gold-filled Watches, Amer- :
ican movement..... V i . io ZZZ
JUI1U VJU1U JdUl WUIV.1I, iilKUl .
movement; fine chain, $19.75 :
Some cheaper. :
Bv all meahs see nur tAnck (v.
JN art door to rirst National bank.
jftispay ofjmportect and
Friday and Saturday, March 30, 31.
Owing to restricted space for showing our Dress Goods we have
decided to make all olso subservient to its proper display and for
two days convert our store into a mirror of the fabric styles for the
spring of 1900. Wo havo never had such beautiful and high-claas ,
novelties as this season and we are desirous to do them the justice
of a proper display. Wednesday and Thursday our Btore will be on
dress parade and we cordially invite the ladies of Maysvillo and its
vicinity to enjoy the exhibit. Because you come to look there is
no obligation to purchase. We invite you to see not to buy. If
you aro interested in beautiful Dress Goods, exquisite Bilks, hand
some trimmings, all the paraphanalia of an up-to-date woman's
costume, don't fail to come.
D. HUNT & SON.
IMZETIZLST &d (DO,
"tTrANTED To buy a small refrigerator or Ico
W chest. Address GEO. V. TUDOR, 218
Limestone street. 27-d2t
AN 1 ED A imr.e yui. Appi)
rKjni.KLi. ass MnrKei si reel.
WAN1ED $J,WW, secured by first mortgage
on Maysvllle real estate. SALLEE & SAL
LEE, attorneys. 2-1 Gtd
ANTED Wnnmii iu do (.cucrtil Housework.
.ppiy at ieu west secona street, city.
"TJIOR SALE A fine hay horse, live years old.
15 Apply to MRS. MARGARET E. CIIILDS,
Fleming pike. 21-2td
FOR RENT STOREROOM In Zweteart's
Block. Wst Second sticet. Apply to JOHN
G. ZWEIGART. 20-d6t
7OR RENT RESIDENCE, Ac Residence and
Mnrernnm.nnrnerSepnud nnd Pnnlar streets;
will rent as a wholo or separately,
TIOR RENT House occupied by T. M.Russell.
1 1 near pnrner Third and Limestone. Annlv
to ERNIE WHITE.
TJ10R RENT Flat now occupied by Erule
JD White. 23 West Second street. Furnished
or unfurnished. Anplv to ERNIE WHITE.
FOR REN I A residence aud 20 acres of land
about C acres for tobacco and 10 acres for
corn. If I can't rent will hire a good hand.
Apply to W. L. MOHAN. Moranthura. 22-5td
NOTICE A frame duelling house, stable and
garden for rent, until 1st day of March,
1'JOl. near Fern Leaf, Ky. Apply to JOSHUA II.
BURGESS, Maysvllle, Ky. 20-0td
EOdT March loth, between" car barn" and brick
row on Second, or ou Court or Market, or
Third betweeu Market and Court, a diamond
stud. Liberal reward for return of same to this
I will ofTer at public sale, on the premises, one
mile south of Murpbysvlllo on tbe Murpbysvlllo
and Mayslick pike, ou
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900,
at 1 o'clock p. m the following:
HORSES, MULES and CATTLE.
Eight head of Horses, ten head of Mules and
twenty head of cattle. Terms mado known on
day of sale. E. W. GALBREATH.
LOW PRICES. GOOD WORK
MURRAY & THOMAS,
Manufacturers of aud dealers iu
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
Building Stono always on band.
108 V. -ccoud Street, Maysvillo, Ky
Some merchants who arc a little timid about
advertising may bo Interested to know that Bar
num spent SC00 000 yearly for advertising, Robert
Bonnor 8 100,000 and Babbitt, tho soap man, $350,
000. And all thoio,inen mado fortunes chiefly
through this Instrumentality.
take your hat
off to our Spring line
for Men and Boys
Is at hand and I want to call attention to
my very large stock of
Of every variety suited to our climate.
WATERMELON and CANTELOPE SEEDS
of all kinds In very large quantities. Im
mense stock of Seed Beans and Peas, all
purchased last August, slnco which
time many varieties have doubled In price
and all have largely advanced.
ONION SETS, white aud yellow. Pure
Northern Seed potatoes of all tho desira
ble varieties j also Seed Sweet Potatoes,
the purest and best. All the above goods
1 can furnish wholesale or retail, In quan
tities large or small, and at prices that
cau't be equaled by any other house In
our city. Persons wanting to buy any of
the above named goods should see my
stock and get my prices before buying.
1 can save you money and at samo time
give you the very best.
Tho Leading Grocer.
Are arriving ovory day. Our
stock is large and complete.
Choicest, selections can bo
made In our lino of China,
Glass and Queenswaro, Din
ner and Toilet Ware, Lamps,
etc. Prices low.
GEO. F. BROWN'S
China Palace, 40 West Sec
ond street, Maysvillo, Ky.
Formerly Clinical Assistant In tho London Cen
tral Throat and Ear Hospital ; Prof. Laryngology.
Cincinnati Collego Medicine and Surgery '82-'00
Specialist in Diseases of tho Eye, Ear
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