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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901.
For '.'I hour cutting At 0:48 a. m.
Maximum 37. Minimum 17. Mean 27.
Rain CO inches
Vreviotisdy reported 00 Inches
Tola) to (lute 00 Inches
Feb. 2nd. I0:t0a. m. Katn and wanner to-ntghl.
Suiulaii, probably rain.
Ik Senator Morgan's amendment to
the Ship .Subsidy bill should be adopted,
Hanna and his crowd would not want
the measure to become a law. Mr. Mor
gan proposes an income tax of 1 per
cent, on all incomes over $1,000 a year, to
be used for the purpose of paying the
Cuawkokdsvili.e, Ikd., January 31. J.
Haatady, JoBeph Carlisle and Bob Mid
dleton to-day pleaded guilty to sell
ing their vote at the late election and
were disfranchised for twelve years. The
next case called was that of Morton Lind
atnood. The jury found Ltndamood
guilty and disenlranchised him for twenty
yours. So far thirty men have received
sentence, and not one-thud of the men
for whom warrants have been served
have been tried.
The prosecution shouldn't stop until
the men who bought these voters are
given as severe sentences as the men
THE TARIFF ON WOOL.
The Repblican high tariff on wool is
trotting in its work. Dun & Co., in their
last report, had this to say:
It is difficult to find encouraging fea
tares in the wool situation. Sales for the
week at the chief eastern cities wore 1,
000.000 pounds smaller than in the pre
ceding week, and in lour weeks tne ag
gregate is only 13,275,700 pounds, against
21,504,700 last year. Not only is there
an utter absence of speculative opera
tions, but purchases by manufacturers
are restricted to requirements for orders
on hand. Domestic quotations have not
hardened in sympathy with the better
prices obtained at London, while a few
sales are reported at moderate conces
sions. Hopes for the future are based
on indifference of dealers and growers to
sell at current prices, but present heavy
stocks will be augmented in a few months
by the new clip.
The Springfield (Mass ) Republican ex
plains the trouble in the following:
It has reached the ears of the western
wool growers that their high, tariff on
wool is driving the wool manufacturers
to use shoddy and cotton to an extent
probably never before exceeded, and the
National Live Stock Association, in ses
sion at Salt Lake City, accordingly de
mand of Congress legislation to pre
vent the marketing of such mixtures as
woolen goodB. flow that would improve
the situation is not explained. The peo
ple who are buying the mixed goods are
doing so simp'y because they cannot
aliord to buv the all-wool fabric which
high tariff' taxes have put beyond their
reach. This is the whole story, and the
Western ranchmen will learn it in time.
It is astounding that such a measure
as the Spooner bill should find its way
into Congress. It only shows to what
length the Hanna-McKinley crowd of
imperialists are already willing and anx
ious to go, and if the bill is passed it will
embolden the gang to attempt still
tfurtlur and more astounding legislation
along this line. Denouncing this meas
ure, the New York World says :
If Congress shall pass the Spooner
bill conferring upon tuo 'resident "all
military, civil and judicial powers" for
the government of the Philippines, Mr.
McKioley will become possessed of more
absolute power than any monarch in
For two years he has waged a war of
conquest and extermination without one
word of expreeB authorization by Con
Ho has exorcised the treaty-making
power without the consent of the Senate
in rho nirreement with the Sultan under
which polygamy and slavery have con
tinued 10 xist for more than a year in
territory under the jurisdiction of the
Under th army bill just passed the
President can and will inceaso tl e
siunniim army from 3" 000, its minimum,
to 100,000, the maximum, at his sole dis
cretion, lie has also the appointment
of 1,100 commissioned officers, and can
give as largo a proportion of these places
as ho desires to the Bons of favorites of
politicians lately taken from civil lif.
thus working injustice to the trained
and deservint! rejjular officers and endan
gering the welfare, if not the safety, of
On top of these extraordinary usurpa
tions and grants of power comes the
proposition to make Mr. McKinley by
law, as fir two years ho has been in fact,
the absolute militarv, civil and judicial
ruler of tho Philippines. Under thii
broad grant of power tho President could
unlo-B restrained by the forthcoming
decision of the Supremo Court legislate,
or rather proclaim laws, for 10,000,000
pnoplo. Ho cmld taxthxm at will, and
through his Judges decide their status
and decreothe limitations of their rights
and liberties. lie could bestow upon
whomsoever ho pleaned franchises and
privileges as to nirnos, f resta and rail
roads worth rnilliona of dollars. He
could enforco hia decree, with his army
Neither William of Germany nor Ed
ward of England and India possesses
oven a shadow of the truly imnnrinl
power that has been vested in or ia now
proposed tor William oi uanton.
Urges All Citizens To Work for
Success of Tobacco Fair.
Big Crowd Expected and tho Stranger
Within Onr Utiles Should Be Cor
Tii the Citizens of .VaynUle: I beg to Invito tho
attention of all public spirited citizens to a con
sideration of tho many points of interest Involv
ed In the contemplated Kentucky and Ohio
tobacco fair to be held in this city, February
I teol.as tho Chief Executive officer of our city,
that It Is no wise unbecoming in the officers cf
your city gorerment to manifest a lively interest
In the successful accomplishment of this most
praiseworthy enterprise, and to urge tho active
co-operation of every ono who has the welfare of
our city and county nt heart.
It is expected on that occasion, that not only
Interested agriculturists but active, earnest, In
telligent citizens from all parts of this Common
monwealth and adjoining States, will be attract
ed by the unique festival, and that Maysvllle on
that day will throw open her hospitable gates to
a great concourso of representative men of all
professions, trades and callings. Therefore, the
interest and zeal manifested in tho occasion by
ourpcoplo will most naturally attract the atten
tion and catch the commendation of onr visi
tors, thereby inviting investment of capital, and
possible citizenship, among us.
I take the liberty, therefore, sugfjested by the
Importance of the project In contemplation, to
press home to every patriotic lover of Maysvllle
tho importance of individual, as well as col
lective, effort on the part of our citizens in co
operating with the Board of Trade to crown that
day's work with every element of success.
Let us exhibit, not only by our hospitality and
entertainment of the strangers within "our
gates," but by our interest and zeal In the
features of the fair Itself that wo arc a live peo
ple, awake to the vital well-being of our homo
city, and in this way present Inducements for
visitors to como and dwell with us in a com
munity where Trovldcnce has so profusely scat
tered Ills manifold blessings, and whore the
field of opportunity is open to ono and all.
W. E. STAirx'ur, Mayor.
THE "COWBOYS" WON.
First Ward Howlers Defeat the Third Ward
Two Ont of Three Games Last
The bowling games last night resulted
Daly 161 187 117
Cullcn 187 117 172
Crawford 115 178 120
Edmonds. 125 141 168
llckrell 188 141 137
730 7G7 734
Young 105 164 124
Rosenheim 146 174 176
Kackley 162 211 144
Jefferson 148 1S4 129
Davis 161 120 135
712 fi5 703
Will Boom Uis Business.
S. Laval, a merchant, of Dallas, Tex.,
writes: "I thonght I would have to give
up business, after two years of Buffering
from general debility brought on by
overwork and long hours, but four bot
tles of Electric Bitters gave me new life.
I can now eat anything, sleep well and
feel like working all the time. It's the
best medicine on earth." It's a wonder
ful tonic and health builder for tired,
weak, sickly and run-down people. Try
it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Only 50c.
at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drug store.
Mr. V. II. Wadsworth has been at
Catlettsburg on legal business this week,
Mrs. Henry Held and son, of New
port, are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mn. Chas. Nicholson, of Limestone
Mrs. John B. Chenault and daugh
ter, of Frankfort, are here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burgess, of
West Second street.
Keith Again Carries Off the Honors With
The target match given by the Maye
ville Guti Club "Friday afternoon, resulted
as follows :
W. If. Davis 0
T. A. Keith 19
8. A. Shanklln 14
W. O. Green 15
J, Perecti 12
R. Frost 8
D. Shafer, 13
C. U. Davl 12
It. H. Newell 12
W. U. Wadsworth 17
John Day C
A Now and Complete Treatment, consisting ot
BTJPI'OSITOIUKS, copaolca of Ointment end two
Boxes of Ointment. A novor 1 alllnfc Cura for Piles
Of every naturo and degree. It makes an operation
with tho knlfo or Injections Of carbolic acid, which
are painful and seldom a do nnancntcuro.Mdof tea
rcaultlnj Id death, unnecessary. Why endure
thla terrlbla disease? We Facie a Written
Guarantee In eaoh $ I Box. Ton only par for
benoBta received. Wo. nod II a, box, 0 for 15. Bont
JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT. 2Bc a Box.
UUlvv 1 11 n I lull b Japanese Liter Pallet
iv JiDanftifi Liver panels
neat TJVHU end BTOMACU KKOOLATOIt
-nt TJVHU and 8TOMACU KKOOLATOlt
and BLOOD PDltmuix. Small, mild and pleasant
to take, especially adapted for children's are. W
IlKMeS 29 CeUIB. KU111JU.-1IISU(IUU1UCUVW
Japanese Vila Care for sale only by
TUOS. J. CHliNOWKTH, Drngglst.
Standard Oil Company Case Reversed
Frankfort, Ky., January 31. In the
case of the Commonwealth vs. tho Stand
ard Oil Company, from Boyd County, tho
Court of Appeals today reversed tho do
cision of the lower court. The company
was indicted for peddling without a li
cense, but the Judge below sustained a
demurrer to the indictment, and in send
ing the case back the Court of Appeals
says the demurrer should not havo been
sustained, because if tho allegations in
tho indictment can bo proved then the
company is guilty as charged. Chief
Justice Paynter delivered the opinion.
Let us derive mutual benefits
from this spell of sharp wintry
weather. It may be that many
of you, owing ,to the continued
mild winter, held off buying
until now. It would be very
advantageous to us to sell a lot
of them before we put away
our winter stock. It will be
equally, if not more, advantag
eous to you to buy one. To
sell them for CASH we will,
during the remaining days of
Cut the Price
25 Per Cent, on Every
in the House.
Our stock-reducing sale, the
most successful we ever had,
continues until we have reduc
ed our stock to normal propor
For Sale !
I offer at private rale the property known as the
Wormald Coal and Salt Elavator
On Llmrstono street. Mayavlllo, Ky. Bald Eleva
tor 1b In running order and has rapacity for ele
vating five thousand bushels ot roal dally, large
Tobacco Warehouse and Blacksmith 8hop on tho
premises. For further particulars and terms In
qnlro of WILLIAM WORHALD.
January 23, 1001.
Our prices are causing a flurry among: the white goods.
If it were not for their quality they'd be ashamed to face you Mon
day with such low associates the price. (
But to coax you to conduct a personal examination of their worth,
to prove by sight and touch how much better they are than their little
price suggests they will introduce themselves Monday through one ofc
their popular numbers,
THE LINEN SAMPLE.
In bleached, unbleached and colored damasks. Plenty for every
body, but early choosers get best patterns and qualities.
Three sizes !
Three prices Jc, 5c, 7 I -2c
D. HUNT & SON.
OFFICE SEEKERS HUSTLING.
The New Federal Judicial District Will
Provide a Number of Nice Plares
Tor Some One.
Wasiukgton, Jan. 31. The report of
the Kentucky Judicial bill in tho Senate
has caused renewed effort on the part of
friends of the applicants for the positions
to be created by the passage of the
measure. Senator Deboe and Represen
tative Boreinf received several telegrams
only to-day in tho ehapo of "reminders
that there would be no difficulty in ob
taining a score of men for Judge, Mar
shal and District Attorney. It is said
that Senator Lindsay is also being asked
for indorsements. While the senior Sen
atorship expires on the 4th of March,
the applicants seem to think that his
recommendation will go a long way in
the dispensation of the patronage.
As has been stated in these dispatches
the general feeling among tho Republi
cans here is that Senator Lindsay is to
control the Marshalship, and that Steve
Sharp, of Lexington, will receive tho
place. It still looks as if the Eleventh
district man would be made District At
torney and Representative Boreing is
known to favor John II. Tinsley, of
Barboursville. John W. Langley, the
Appointment Clerk in the Census Office,
is expected to put up a good race for this
position. Since his appointment in the
Census Bureau he has about placed the
entire Republican side of the United
States under obligations to him and the
President will not be allowed to Jose
sight of his candidacy.
In the Judgeship fiht, Judge A. M. J.
Cochran is being placed against a very
large field. Representative Tugh brought
back with him from Kentucky countless
indorsements testifying as to his compe
tency to fill the Judgeehip. As the
President will never have time to go
over these papers, the inference is that
they were procured for tho benefit of
Senator Deboe, who has some doubt as
to the legal qualifications of several can
didates, and is said to beliove the posi
tion should go to a lawyer. Ex-Gov.
Bradley's boom seems to have been laid
aside, for the presont at least. When
tho matter was mentioned to the Sena
tor several days ago he was quoted aB
saying that Bradley was going "to re
main a candidate for the Senate."
According to the gossip tho Assistant
District Attorneyship will be oftVred to
Judge George K. Davidson, of Stanford.
"A Milk White FIor."
Tho managers of our opera house havo
bpen making inquiries regarding tho
performances given by tho companies
that appear here in the near future, bo as
to protect thfir patrons. Tho following
letter from Mr. Rice, in advance of "Tho
Milk White Flag," may throw some light
upon tho expected excellonco of that
Tbbmont II0U6K, Quincy, III., Jan. 23rd.
Euwll, Dye A- Frank, Manager Optra House,
MaysvVXe, Ky.Deat Sin: I take great pleasure
In announcing to you that we will add In a few
days t our unusually strong cast of Hoyl's "A
Milk White Flag," as special features, Mary Mar
ble aa tho orphan and John W. Dunn as tho
Colonel, and I can ossuro yon wo will produce
"A Milk White Flag" In your city with tho
strongest cast ever organized. I tout you a few
days slnco by mall so mo advanco press notices.
Please attach tho enclosed notlco to same. I ox
pect to reach your city seven days In advanco of
our date and will havo plenty ot paper and bill
ing matter of all kinds. Yours very truly,
f , M. ItrcE, agt.
Eight hoar Iuwh are ignored by those
tireless, littlo workers Dr. King's Now
Lifo Pills. Millions aro always at work,
night and day, curing indigestion, bil
HousneBS, constipation, sick headache
and all stomach, livor, and bowel troub
les. Easv. nlea8ant. ahIh. Rnrn. Oni.,
25c. at J. Jas. Wood fe Son's drug storo. I
That is I am going to make it so for ttose
who want first-class goods at rock-bottom
prices. Come and select what you want at
prices given below. Not for one day only,
but as long as they last, and don't forget that
I have stacks of them. But they certainly
will go fast at these prices, not merely be
cause the prices are exceedingly low, but also
because the goods will give satisfaction.
Best Tomatoes, 8c. per can.
Hudson Sugar Corn, 7c per can.
Shoe Peg Sugar Corn, very fine, J 0c.
Early June Peas, 6c per can.
Three pound Golden Pumpkin, 7c a can.
Three pound String Beans, 8c. per can.
Three pound Pie Peaches, 7jc per can.
Three pound Table Peaches, 12c per can.
Three pound Bartlett Pears, 10c per can.
Three pound Green Apples, 7jc per can.
1 Gallon Apples, 22 Jc. per can.
Two pound Gooseberries, 7c per can.
Two pound Blackberries, 7c per can.
Two pound Blueberries, 7c per can.
Two pound Raspberries, 8c per can.
Imperial Rolled Oats, 6c a package
American Groats, 6c per package
Howers' Oats, 8c per package
Self-rising Buckwheat Flour, 8c package
Self-rising Pancake Flour, 8c a package
Macaroni, 7jc per package
These are all seasonable goods and the de
mand for them is increasing every day.
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wbtltul and iuun.
In our house will be sold at a price
that will surprise you. Come, look
and be convinced. We must let thaw
go. It's to your interest.
J. WESLEY LEE.
Dickson & Myall
navlng leased from Wm. Newell Esa thn
oh Th.rd" sfreor, MaVsvll to, Ky., we mVdesay
ReW aJjii mvrp?w.enS? w,! EVKRYTIILNQ
ioliii Mnnrin -U lor,nlM,r naa years oi
8 hnn!.xA0SS.niSS "Hi ta?taP ' different
DICKSON & MYALL,
P. S Wn nm ol. . .,., . .. .
plon Binders and' Mowers.' 8BnW 'r tno m-
Cold Wave Coming.
Be ready for it. I am clnslnr, nnf. mv
Btock of hoating stoves, coal vasea and
ranges: standard brands) at prices that
defy competition. w. P. Power.
Mre. Kitty Poynlz is homo after a
month's visit In Louisville.
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