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DAILY, EXCEl'T SUNDAY.
KOSSEll & MCCARTHY,
IV ON'DAY. MAY 2 1904
THE WEATIIEK UECOltD.
I For the 24 hours outline at G-Sfta tn '
State of Wfnther.- Partly cloudy
Highest temperature OS
Lowest temperature 11
Mean temperature 07
Wind direction Southerly
Precipitation (Inches) rain or snow 00
Previously reported for May ,t (X)
Total for May to date 00
May 2nd. 9 26 a. tn Fair lo night and Tuesday,
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE NINTH CONGRESSIONAL
Pursuant to a call of the Chairman your Ex
ecutive Committee met at Catlettsburg Monday,
April 4th, 1901. at 1 p m.. to fix the time, place
aud manner of nominating a candidate for Con
gres to be voted for at the November election,
1931. All the counties were represented.
Ou motion a resolution was adopted ordering
a primary election for June 23th, 1901, between
the hours of ti a. m. and 4 p. m. for the purpose
of selecting said nominee, the cost of said pri
mary to be pro-rated among the different candi
dates. But it was further ordered that if there be
only one caudldate on the 2nd day of May, 1901,'
who has notified the Chairman of this commit
tee, In writing, of his candidacy, then the Chair
man and Secretary of this committee are author
ized and empowered to and they shall call ofTand
revoke the order for said primary election. And
If there is but one candidate at any time after
that date and before the 10th day of May, 1901,
they shall take the same action, and they shall
declare said candidate the Democratic nominee
for Congress, aud shall duly certify his nomina
tion to the Secretary of State and County Clerks
of the district. W. A.YotNO,
Chairman Democratic District Executive Com
mittee. Postolllce, Morebcad, Ky.
C. Bi'ROEs.0 Taylor, Secretary, Maysville, Ky.
-Hon. JonN Sharp Williams, the leader
of the Democratic minority in the House
of Representatives, is quoted as saying
that "if any Congress in its first session
has ever made, like the present, such an
exhibition of neglect, repudiating and
dodging public questions, there is cer
tainly no record of it." Mr. Williams
then goes on to give a bill of particulars,
showing the various questions which
have been ignored. Among these per
haps the most conspicuous is the neglect
to make any provision whatever for re
ciprocity tariff treaties or to cause any
amelioration of the Dingley tariff bill
rates where they are stifling our foreign
trade and causing discrimination in our
foreign markets against the products of
the American farm. No class of our
people is so dependent upon the foreign
market as the farmer, none suffer more
keenly from any restriction upon Ameri
can trade by foreign countries. But the
American farmer has never received
much consideration from the Republican
party in Congress. All of the energies
cf that party in the National Legislature
have been directed towards maintaining
the home market for the American man
ufacturer without foreign competition.
MOST ODIOUS OF ALL TRUSTS.
"The defense of the beef trust agait st
the charge that it is a criminal combina
tion is a denial of its own existence," re
marks the N -w York World. "Yet this
phantom that is not substantial enough
to be amenable to the laws has found it
self able to raise the price of every pound
of meat consumed in New York and Jer
sey City, and at the same time to keep
down the prices received by the produ
cers of the WeBt.
"The beef combination is not only a
trust, but the most odious of all truBts.
It levies its toll on the food of the peo
ple. It deals in slow starvation. Tens
of thousands of familits eat less meat'
than they need, and when their health '
is Bapped by undernutrition the deatha '
that follow are due to starvation just as '
certainly as if the end were reached in a
week instead of in years I
"The beef trust own the Western stock
yards, the packing houses, the refriger
ator car lines and the cold storage ware-1
houses. It boycotts every butcher who
does not give it the monopoly of its trade, j
It determines from day to day just what
the producer shall receive for his cattle. I
"If a railroad combination bo illegal,
because it has the power to restrain trade.
whether the power be exercised or not,
what is to be said of a combination
which not only may, but does restrain
trade, which tyrannizes over railroads,
enforces discriminating rates, skins the
producor and pinches the consumer ? Is
it possible to imagine a trust that comes
more clearly within the restrictive in
tent of the law?"
t Mr. II. G. Wells of this city is a mem
ber of the firm of Wells & Freeman,
patentees and owners of a burial vault
that is absolutely water proof and also
' proof against grave robbers. It is
made of cement, and can bo manufac
tured at a cost much less than any other
vault now on the market. They also
own an overhead lowering device, for
depositing caskets and this vault in the
grave. This device was invented by Mr.
Wells. It is very simple in construction
and can bo easily operated. This vault
and lowering device have only recently
been completed, and are now being of
fered to the undertaking trade. They
promise to prove a good thing financially
for the patentees and makers.
"She's Just a Little Different."
In a wood lived Brother Rabbit,
Of a mot 11 nation lmblt:
He would wag his ears at ev'ry
Bunny that he'd meet
No one lu the world of foshlntl
thought him uiiiublu of passion
1 HI one day he up and took
Ou the wcddlnp day his sister
Met the happy bride and kisl tier :
But like every sister she wax douotful
0 the match.
Fr&he whisp red to her brother:
"I'd have married any other;
She Is not entitled to the season's
Brother Rablt only fald :
"she's the one 1 want to wed,
And to all who ak me why,
1 cau only make reply :
"ahe's Just a little different from
The others that I know ;
Her smile Is more beguiling and
Her volco is soft ai.d low.
No other may discover why I dote
She'd just a little different from
The others that I kuow."
Five Pound Dumb-Bell Exercises.
A new and valuable book, No. 1 of
Fox's athletic library, has just been is
sued It is "Prof. Attila's Five-pound
Dumb-bell Exercisep," invented by the
famous trainer of Sandow. It is finely
illustrated with explanatory half-tone
plates, for which Attila posed a well
known athlete. It will prove an invalu
able book to the Btudent of physical cul
ture in view of the fact that no elaborate
apparatus is necessary. The cover
scheme is novel and striking and very
handsome. The price is 10 cents; post
age, 2 centB extra. Other books now in
press are No. 2, "Physical Culture by
Means of Muscular Rssiatance and
Breathing," and No. 3, "The Science of
Baseball," by John J. McGraw, manager
captain of the New York National base
The Crane Lumber Company lost 45,
000 logs out of the Guyan river.
Ben Hur for Portsmouth and Stanley
for Pomeroy to-night. Down, Virginia
this evening and Tacoma to-night.
A great many round trip paseengers
are now putting in an appearance on the
packets. Captain J. A. Henderson of
the Pittsburg and Cincinnati line says
many inquiries are made regarding tripB
to St. Louis.
The "Buyers' Guide," just issued by
Mr. John Duley, the real estate dealer,
is a very handeome piec-i of work, the
first real estate catalogue ever gotten out
in Northern Kentucky. Persons desir
ing to invest ought to find what they
want in Mr. Dulej'd list. Fifteen hun
dred copies of this "guide" will be sent
On account Interstate Sugar Cane
Growers' Association at Jacksonville,
Fla , May 4th, 5'h and 6th, tickets will
be sold to the above point via-the L and
N. May 2ad and 3rd at one fare the
round-trip, plus 25 cents. Final limit
May 8 h.
On account of State meeting Grand
Army of the Republic at Frankfort Mav
25th and 20 h tickets will be sold to
Fraukfort over the L aud N. May 21th
and 25 h at S2 6!) for the round-tiip. Fi
nal limit Mav 27th.
The fifth son was born January 15 to
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, of Owen county,
Ky. Their otherchildren were born as
follows: January 16, 1900, George M.
Leroy; January 15, 1901, P. Ashton
Leroy; January 15, 1902, Peter Leroy;
January 15, 1903, Alexander Goldsbor
Charles Francis, a son of ex-Gov.
Francis of Missouil, is working as a
freight check cleric at the St. Louis
world's fair grounds. His father ia
president of the exposition and knew
nothing of his son's intentiens until
the latter had oeen put to work. The
young fellow Is tall, broad-shouldered
and distinguished-looking, like his
father. He filed his application for a
job like any other workman, and has.
begun at the bottom ot the ladder.
Alfred S. Hall answers twice to the
roll call of the Massachusetts house of
representatives, there being two mem
bers of that body bearing that name
one from Revere and the other from
Winchester. He of Revere, who is tho
younger, lately married a Winchester
young lady, and ho of Winchester, who
Is a widower, got most of the con
gratulations, his fellow members
thinking it must bo ho that was the
bridegroom, tho brldo being from his
to"vvn. There is no end of bother In
sorting out their correspondence.
William Worth Kendall, who was a
shoo manufacturer of Kansas City, left
in his will $5,000 each to his wife, Emi
ly C. Kendall, and his four children,
and to the Methodist church ?250,000,
tho reslduo of his estate. "It is my
wish that tho income shall bo divided
among the benevolent enterprises of
the Methodist Episcopal church as fol
lows: Ten-twonty-fourths, the board
of church extension of tho Methodist
Episcopal loan fund; three-twenty-fourths,
tho MasonB society or South
ern Educational society; threo-twenty-Jourths,
tho educational fund; three-twenty-fourtha,
permanent fund for
worn-out preachers." A clause In the
will directs that if any of tho benefi
ciaries attempts to break It his or her
share shall bo reduced to one dollar.
Delicious ice cream soda at Fitzgerald's,
ALL. TIRED OUT.
Hundreds More in Mnysvillo in
the Snino Plight.
Tired all the time;
Weary and worn out night and day ;
Backaches; side aches,
All on account of the kidneys.
Must help them at their work.
A Maysville citizen shows you how:
Mrs. J. A. Thomas, of 311 East Second
Btreet, Bays: "The result of my experi
ence with Doan'a Kidney Pills was most
gratifying and their use brought speedy
relief to bacjsache which had been a
source of much discomfort to me for
some time. It is a pleasure to indorse a
remedy of such proven value. I pro
cured ponn's Kidney Pills at J. Jas.
Wood & Son's drug store, corner of West
Second and Market streets."
For sale by all dealers ; price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole Bgents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOSING.
Hyoinei Cures Catarrh by Simple llreath-
ing J. J. Wood & Son Refund
Money If It Fails to Cure.
A long stride toward eolving the mys
tery of curing catarrh was taken with the
discovery of Hyomei. In fact, the per
centage of cures by this treatment proves
it equal to the final tests.
The folly of taking medicine into the
stomach to cure catarrh of the nose,
throat and lungs, has been realized by
physicians, but not until Hyomei was
known, bad they a practical method that
would obviate stomach drugging.
A complete Hyomei outfit costs but SI,
and consists of a neat pocket injialer that
can be used anywhere without attracting
attention, a medicine dropper and a bot
tle of Hyomei.
Breathing Hyomei through the inhaler,
every particle of air that enters the nose,
throat and lungs, is charged with a heal
ing balsam that soothes and allays all ir
ritation, kills the catarrhal germB and
enriches the blood with additional ozone.
J. J. Wood & Son have so much faith
in the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh,
that they are selling it under their per
sonal guarantee to refund the money if
it does not give positive relief.
By a sou of Guy Wilkes 2.13, ho the best son of
George Wilkes. His dam by one of the best sons
of Hainbletouian 10, aud sne out of a mare with
four in the 30 list.
SILVER AGK Is making the season at stable of
L. G. MALTBY, in Washington, at the fee of
This horse traces twice to Hambletonlan 10,
twice to Mambriuo Chief 11, twice to Seeley's
American Star 14. He is sixteen bands high and
weighs 1200 You can't make a mistake in breed
ing to this horse. If ho fails to get you a trotter
he will sire you a good roadster and an all-around
good horse, oue that will sell. His colts bring
top price, oneselllugforaSl.OOO.oue forS750.one
for SSO0. SLc. 23 0td
THE TOBACCO MARKET.
Review of Trade on the Cincinnati Breaks
For Week Ending Last Friday.
The volume of transactions was extremely
Ught.and offerings to a largo extent were drawn
from warehouse stocks, the dally receipts con
tinuing to decline rapidly.
Tho average quality of the now tobaccos was
below that sold previous week, the greater por
tlou being of "medium and low grades, ranging
from -lc to ISc.
. Fluo leaf and selections were In very scant sup
ply, about CO hhds selling at prices ranging from
lili to 21c.
Under spirited competition between the com
bine buyers and Independent manufacturers tho
market took auotber upward turn on Tuesday,
the list from low grades to fluo leaf being front
jo to -ia mgner.
Tho feature of tho week's sales was the excep
tionally flno quality and good prices obtained
for the old tobaccos. Out of a total offering of
171 hhds, nearly 250 hhds sold abovo 12c, and
ranging from that figure to SOc per pound, tho
latter being the highest price of tl0. year lot to
bacco of the crop of 1902.
The last remnants of tho crop are now coming
ou tho market, and It will soon disappear on the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition World's
Fair, St. Louis, Mo.
On account of tho above, tho L. and N. will
sell season excursion round-trip tickets lo St.
Louis during tho exposition, good to return un
til December 15th, at S17.20.
Sixty-day excursion tickets will bo sold dally
during tho exposition, with flual limit sixty
days from dato of sale, but lu no caso later than
December 15th, at 811.35.
Flfteeu-day excursion tickets will be sold
dally during tho exposition, with flual return
limit fifteen days from dato of sale, at 12.75.
Special coach rate tickets will be on sale May
19th and 31st at 89.30 round trip. These tickets
will bo good in day coaches and will not bo ac
cepted for passage In sleeping or parlor cars.
Will bo limited to seven days from and Includ
ing date of sale. Special coach tickets will not
be sold on any other days than those mentioned.
Tho abovo tickets will bo sold via Louisville
and Henderson, Ky., ro'uto.
American made cottons-Denims, Cretonnes, Tickings. Bright, cheery, ef- .
iective-juat the sort of things for curtains, cushions, window seats and all sorts of
drapings. Mighty inexpensive too. , ifA
Tickings, thirty-six inches wide, 25c. yard. -Zi -
Printed Cloth, basket weave, thirty-six inches wide, SOc. yard. NrW
Printed Cretonnes, floral designs and some excellent imitations of the Hoi-' -v
land Prints, thirty-Bix inches wide, 20c. yard. t -f,flC"
Cretonnes in stripes with an effective networic grounu. aibo au imuuuuu U4dp;
llnon nrinforl in flnrnl floaiano. Thirtv-flix inches wide. 20C VOrd. ' ' J. j Wk.
Figured Denims, thirty-six inches
Euga as floor coverings, yearly increase in favor. You will find many kinds
represented here and only the most popular and deserving grades of course the
ones you are most liable to want and buy.
Our carpet salesmen are bo enthusiastic over their stock give them a chance
to show it to you. You are ever welcome whether you buy or not.
Ingrain Rugs $2.75 to $7 50. Brussels Rugs-9xl2-$16. Axminster Rugs 9
il2r-S25. Wilton Velvet Rugs-9xl2-$25.
. . . JUST
For mn. Secured below their value. Small lot, size 14 to 10.
West window display give a showing of these unusual Shirts at a
little price 55 cents.
GEO. H. FRANK & CO.
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. My new Catalogue is ready for
buyers and sellers of real estate.
Two hundred different pieces of
property, scattered over several
States, are listed for sale and ex
change. This is the first real estate cat
alogue ever issued in Northeastern
Kentucky. Help make it a stim
ulus to real estate transactions.
If you want to buy or sell send me
your name and you will receive a
copy. Fifteen hundred will be
215 Court Street,
Republican State Convention and Maces at
On account spring meotluff now Louisville
Jockey Clirb, Louisville, May 2nd to IStu, and
Republican State convention, Louisville, May
3rd and 1th, tickets will bo on said at the L.
and N. ticket ofllco May 1st and 2nd, (limit May
10th) and May Srd to 18th Inclusive, (limit three
days from dato of sale, Sundays not Included), at
SG.C-1 for tbo round trip.
Mr. Arch Scuddor has "resigned his po
sition as express messenger after thirty
years faithful aorvice ou rail and river.
wide, extra quality, 20c. yard. ' JA
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Grand Conmiandcry Conclave.
On account of tho Graud Commandery, Knights
Templar conclave, Frankfort, May 18th and 19th,
tickets will bo on sale at L.and N". office May
lflth, 17th and 18th. Final limit May 2lst, Faro
$2.91 for tho round trip.
NT & SON.