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kills! evening Bulletin, MADE IN MAYSV1LLB A GREAT TRUTH. Was thp First I'Iiir of Chewing Tobacco. bon ot llm .Manufacturer dtill Retains the Molds. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. IIOSSER & McCAUTHY, Proprietors. How it Has Spread From Homo to Home in Maysville. WVdIIMIHU 3 " i ' ss Bl : t . I , i 1 y THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1904 THE WEATHER RECORD. I For the 21 hours ontllue at 6:80 a. m.l State of w.-ather Clear Highest temperature 60 Lowest temperature 29 Mean temuerature 395 Wind direction Northerly Precipitation (Inches.) ralnorsuow CO Previously reported for April M Total for April to date 85 April 2It. i a m Fr Kentucky, fail tnirmer to vujltt. Finlny, huh ami iiarmer. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. I rurtiuni io n can ui mu isiiuiriuuu juut ja eeutlvo Committee met at Catlcltsburg Monday, April 4th, l'.KH. at 1 p.m.. to fix the time, placo Hud manner of nominating a candidate for Con gas to bo voted for at the November election, 1901. All the counties were represented. On uiotlou a resolution was adopted ordering a primary election for June 23th, 1901, between the hours of u a, m. and 4 p. tn. 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 tbat If there be only one candidate 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 aro author ized and empowered to and they shall call o fraud Tt voke 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, tbey shall toko the same action, and they shall declare said candidate tho Democratic nominee for Cougress, and shall duly certify his nomina tion to the Secretary of State and County.Clerks of tho district. W. A. Youno, Chairman Democratic District Executlvo Com mittee. Postoflico, Morehcad, Ky. C. BvRbEss Taylor, Secretary, Maysvllle, Ky. Only thirty-one hogsheads of tobacco were offered on the Cincinnati breaks on the opening sole day this week. The warehousemen are already confronted with just the condition predicted by tho editor of the Bulletin three weeks ago. POWERS' SPEECH CONVINCED HIM. Gov. Chamberlain, of Oregon, has writ ten a letter to Gov. Ueckham proteatirg against a pardon or commutation of the sentence of Caleb Powers, condemned to hang for his part in the Goebel murder conspiracy. The letter was called forth by the petition of ministers who as sembled at Chicago recently and called upon all Governors to ask a pardon for Powers. Gov. Chamberlain in his letter Bays he made a close study of the reportB of the trials of Powers, and that if he ever had a doubt as to the guilt of the latter, such doubt would have been removed after reading Powerb' speech in defense of himself. "I have just finished reading this speech," writes Gov. Chamberlain in closing his letter, "which has been published in book form, and I am, after reading, more fully convinced of his guilt than I was before. I hope you will let the lawtake its courso." The action of those Chicago ministers is apt to have just the opposite effect to what they desired. ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS. Former County Judge Mann of Rowan County Enters List Against Rep resentative Kehoe. MortKiiEAD, Kv., April 19. Former County Judee L. ;E. Mann of this place has announced his candidacy for Con gress from the Ninth Congressional dis trict. Judge Mann is largely acquainted through the district, being born and reared in Nicholas County. He is a brother of the Rev. E. G. B. Mann, Pre siding Elder in the Kentucky Confer ence, M. E. Church, South, and also a brother of Fletcher Mann of Paris well known as a business man. Judge Mann himself has been quite successful in bus iness. He made the race on the Demo cratic ticket for State Senator from tho Thirty-fourth district, and was dtfeated by a small majority. River News. Keystone State for Pittsburg and Stanley for Pomery to-night. The towboats have a fine stage for de livering their last shipments of coal and returning with empties. The John A. Wood landed at New Orleans, on her last trip, 30,000 bundles of cotton and 1,393 packages of glassware, besides her coal tow. Painlees extraction of teeth at Dr.Cart mell'e. "The Power Behind tho Throne," with Miss Katherino Willard as the star, will bo the attraction at the opera houEO Monday, April 25th. Both star and cos tumea are unusually elaborate and beau- tiful. Of the performance the Cincin nati Commercial-Tribune, April 20th, Bays: Miss Willard Is the possessor ;of a (remarkable melodious voice, pure In its tones and nover strained In uttcrauco,ovon in tho most trying scenes, whero tho temptation toward exaggcra tlan seemed the strongest. Her reading of tho lines was admirable, tho loro passages and emo tional sceucs being handled with commendable skill. Seatson Bale at Ray's Friday morning. "ourler-Jourual I Tho flrtt plug of chewing toHacio that was manufactured in the State of Ken tucky haB not yet loBt its identity. It waB made by W. B Mooklar, of Maya ville, and the nidds in which it was pressed are still in the possession of his son, who bears his name. Mr. Mooklar, who now lives in Covington, has followed his father in the tobacco business, and though he is now suventy-two years of age, he treasures the tradition that his father made the first plug of tobacco in Kentucky, the State which has since be c( nte the greatest tobacco sectidn of the world. Mr. Mooklar, who made Ken tucky's first plug of tobacco, was one of tho pioneer settlers of the State. He came originally from Huron, N. Y , and learned the procees of making tobacco into plugs in Virginia, whero it had been in vogue for years. He brought the molds over the mountains and down the Ohio, and they are preserved as a family heirloom. Trie exact date at which the plug was manufactured is not known, but it was before the birth of the Mr. Mooklar who was at the Fifth-avenue Hotel last night. Mr. Mooklar's mother was a'so the witness tf an important event in the Middle West, being a pas senger to Cincinnati on the first steam boat that ever plied the Ohio. COUNTRY SCHOOL HOUSES. Most of Them are a Disgrace to Any Intelli gent and Well-to-Do Community. Exchange J The couutry school house should cer tainly be aB attractive in appearance as the country homes which surround it, but it is very rarely the case. The av erage country school house with its sur roundings is an utterly neglected and repulsive thing, a blur on an otherwise beautiful rural landscape, of dog kennel type of architecture, a lone tree or two trying to battle for existence in a hard sod or recover from the mutilation caused by using it for a hitching post, surrounded by a dilapidated fence and pleading for a coat of paint and an ex pression of patriotism from the men and women who send their boys and girlB there to be educated. These things need not be and should not be. Local pride should make the school house and its grounds pleasant and attractive. It costs but little to set out a dozen good trees and care for them a few years. It needs a little paint and patriotism, just one or two women to make a kick, and it would be remedied in short order. Delicious, fresh candieB, 10c. pound at Hainline's. Samuel Hinton, formerly of Fleming, after spending some time in the Indian Territory, has taken up his residence in Maysville. The Carroll Comedy Company will open a three-night's engagement, with matinee Saturday, at the opera house to night and as a special inducement two ladies or one lady and one gentleman will be admitted on one paid 30-cent ticket at the opening performance. "A Life's Mistake," a beautiful four-act comedy-drama, will be the offering to-night. Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. Seats on sale at Ray's. In the Fleming Circuit Court Mrs. Maggie Campbell has filed suit for $10,- 000 damages against Clyde Medlin and his guardian, O. L. Hinton, alleging that some days ago plaintifi's son died as the result of physical injuries received at the hands of the Medlin boy, who is twelve years of age. The boy who died was also of tender age. The Campbell child was struck by a club in the hands of the Medlin boy and it is alleged the injuries led to his death. i John S. Power has filed Buit againBt tho city of Flemingsburg attacking the legality of the tax levy for the past four years, and asking that the city be com pelled to pay back to the tax-payera about $10,000, which he alleges has been illegally collected. Mr. Power's object in bringing the suit is to compel the city to pay him about-? 100 which ho al leges is due him for having made it pos sible to collect an amount of back taxes from the Deposit Bank several years ago. Tho oat crop of tho country is yearly increasing in importance. It is ono of tho most valuable nitrogenous foods produced on American farms, and its use in various forms as cereal foods for man is increasing by leaps and bounds year by year, a fact which speaks vol umes for tho good Benso of the American people from a dieting standpoint. While the increase in acreage from 1880 to 1800 was 75 per cent., or from 10,144,000 acrea to 28,320,000 acres during the decade, from 1890 to 1000 the increase in area given to oats was barely 1,200,000 acres, the corn crop crowding the oat crop out. In every part of Maysville, in the homes cf the wealthy, in the humble abode of the man of toil, 'tis now a well known fact a great truththat Doan's Kidney Pills have brought more com fort to backache sufferers and cured more sick kidneys than any medicine oi modern times. Mrs. M. O. Chisholm of 343 East Sec ond Btreet says: "Mr. Chisholm Bpeaks in high terms of Doan's Kidney Pills. He procured them at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drugstore, corner West Second and Market Btreete, and their use proved them to be an effective kidney remedy. I have heard others express their appre ciation of Doan's Kidney Pills. A medi cine which cures kidney trouble is 'a most desirable one of which to know " For sale by all dealers ; price 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole 8gents for the United States. Remember the name DOAN'S and tike no substitute. J. J. WOOD & SOX RELY UPON HY0MEI. Cures Colds, Coughs, Catarrh and Grip. Just Breathe It. Hyomei is naturo's own method for curing catarrh, colds, coughs and diseases of the respiratory organB. It is the only natural treatment for the cure of these troubles. Breathed through the neat pocket in haler that comes with every outfit, the air that passes into the throat and lungs is identical with that on the mountains, where it is laden with healing and health giving balsams. It searches out and kills disease germs in the most remote and minute air cells of tho head, throat and lungs, it soothes and heals all irritation of the mucous membrane.. I Hyomei is prescribed by physicians generally. Many of them use it them 'Belves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia. I Tho complete Hyomei outfit consists 'of a neat inhaler, that is so small and convenient that it can be carried in the pocket or purse, a medicine dropper and 1 a bottle of Hyomei. This costs but SI, 'and it will cure any ordinary case of ( catarrh. In chronic and deep seated con . ditions, longer use is necessary and extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50c , making it a most economical treat I meat for this, disease. J. J. Wood & Son have so much con fidence in the power of Hyomei to cure ' catarrh and other diseases of the throat and lungs that they sell it under their . personal guarantee to refund the money to any purchaser in case it fails to give satisfaction, 'lney take all tnerisutnem selves, and Hyomei costs you absolutely nothing unleBS it does you good. DERE AND THERE. Items of Interest From Nearby Towns and Villages Coutrilmted by the Bul letin's Corps of Corre spondents. Germaktow.n. April 20. ttev. S. H I'ollitt was very ill ou last Sunday and Brother Hicks tilled 1 his appointment. Aunt Ruth Hawcs, colored, died of pneumonia and was burled Monday. She was highly es teemed and loved by both white and black. and Gcrmantown attended her funeral and paid the last tribute of respect to a true, faithful Christian. Mrs. Nuppie RIgdon is Improving and able to be up. Miss Ollie Brothers and Mr. Holmes of Conncrs vllle, Ind., were quietly married last we6k, A number of neighbors arc putting up scales nt tho forks of the road near tho warehouso owned by Mr. T. J, Winters. This improvement is a long felt want. Sardis, April 20th. Mr. and Mrs. James Grigs by entertained at their elegant home on last Thursday evening with a reception in honor of Orvllle C. Grigsby of Shreveport, La. Thoso who bad tho plcasuro of being present realized how gracious and interesting a host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Grigsby proved themselves to be. Misses Pelegla Bratton, Anna B. Leach and Bertha G rover charmingly assisted in the receiv ing line. At 11 o'clock Mr. Orvllle Grigsby. and Miss Mattyo Grover led the way to tho dining room whero covers were laid for twelve. Mrs. Grigsby is widoly'known for her artistic taste, which was thoroughly carried out in the decorations ot the dining room as well as all over tho house, tbo color schemo being green and red The pleasures of tho evening servo to draw tho young people more closely to Mr. and Mrs. Grigsby. Mr. Rezin Downing lost a fine horse a fow days since. Mr. George RoyBe and family have moved from Fleming County to this city. It was 4 below freezing in the county yesterday morning and small ponds were frozen over. i i The L. and N. will sell tickets to Frank fort and return at one fare, plus 25 cents 52 04. Dates of salo May 24th and 25th. Final limit May 27th. Poyntz Bros, are the only Maysville distillers selling puro liquors by tho quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old whiBky $2 per gallon. Ago and quality guaranteed, Got tho beBt. Office 120 Market stroet Watson's old Btand. Irrespective of weather this is to bo pre-eminently a Walking Skirt season. That is to say, a compromise between the skirts in dress length and short ankle length will be most favored. Womon will bo glad to make a selection from our Btock for it 1b most charming and varied. Of which, hints: $4. Walking Skirts of cheviot, nine gore flare style. $0. Walking Skirts of men's mixtures, and of the new canvas cheviot, Borne with tailor strapping, others with piping and buttons. 501. Walking Skirts of broadcloth in blue or black, plaited gore style and ex cellent tailor finish. $8J. Walking Skirts of stylish covert cloth in light and medium tan. Beau tifully tailor stitched and strapped and made with plaited flare. S10. Stylish Walking Skirts in several fabrics and as many new and effective desiguB. And then the new Dress Skirts-also here at prices all the way from $10 to $18. These include skirts of broadcloth, voile, etamine, canvas cloth. Among the Dress Skirts aro some silk lined throughout a special value at $15. D.HU WE BELIEVE That you are not indifferent to your personal appearance, that you take a certain pride in wearing becoming and correctly fashioned Clothes, that you want to bo as well dressed as the next man or better. We are recognized as authority on men's dress, it's our businqBS. We want you to come in and Bee the new Clothes and know that you will be fully repaid for the time you spend, for you will then probably know more about good Clothes than ever before. Many men agree with ub that our guaranteed Clothes are the most desirable. Come decide for yourself. GEO. H. FRANK & CO. Office and Yard Plum Street, Phone 339. MALONE & WALTON, Dealers in COAL, SALT and the famous Bowkcr FERTILIZERS. Also agents for DEE RING MACHINERY and TWIN Read what a Mason County farmer says of his Deering Binder : This is to certify that 1 bought a Deering Tongue Truck 8 ft Binder in 1002, and wish to say that is as far ahead of tho old 6 and 7 ft. binders as day is brighter than night. Ju ono day I cut 30 acres of heavy wheat, and without tiring my horses any more than cutting 15 acres with tho old 6 ft. binder. It Is perfectly free from neck weight or side draft and a pleasure to operate, elevatlne; grain that the old small binders would choke on. Too much cannot be said in favor of this match less labor saver. I can cheerfully recommend it to all my friends as the binder par excellence. Very truly. CHAS. T.MARSHALL. BSTThSs is only a sample of what everybody says who has a During Ideal Binder."1 WANTED. w ANTED A nurse, middle-aged woman. ADDlV to MRS, THOMAS M RUSSELL, 121 East Third street. 2l-3td WANTED Ladies and gentlemen. Wo pay $15 per 1,000 cah, coprlne at home. Send stamp. STANDARD SUPrLY CO., box 228 Wor cester, Mass. 15-dGt FOR SALE. FOR SALE A Moore's airtight heating stove. Cost 317, will sell for $7.50. A bargain. Ap ply at 429 Forest aveimo. 21-d3t IilOK SALE OK-RENT Residence now occu- pied by Charles II. Cooper In "Brick Row" on West Second. Possession May 1st. ROBERT FICKL1N. 20-d2t 171UK SALE OK RENT Residence now occu j pied by Charles II. Cooper in "Brick Row" on West Second. Possession May 1st. ROBERT FICKLIN. FOR SALE Framo uonso of four rooms, hall and porch on Forest avenue: lot oxtends from the avenue to L. and N. railway. JOHN DUNN. 18 Ctd FOR SALE A No. 1 live-year-old short-horn cow and calf. Apply to CHARLES T. MAR SHALL, North Fork, Ky. 2-dtf A Frankfort man was fined $250 Wed nesday for operating a slot machine. P.-.JTV szarcrj Km. I- U. TuoursoM, Director, IIEKTHOVEX MUSICAL SOCIETX. .inifiT. . JAri weens- uso or tno Wine of Oardul I was once nioro a well and happy iTuwitu. mmzm Wino of Cardui regulates tho menstrual flow, banishes headaches, backaches and bearing-down paint. Severe headaches, bearing-down pains, iudlgestion, loss of appetite and nervousness aro symptomo of fenialo weakness and should bo given prompt attention. If you aro troubled with menstrual irregularities do not let them run on. They will certainly grow into dangerous and chronlo troubles. Get a bottle of Wino of Cardui and begin treatment at onco. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wino of Cardui. LOST. LOST Monday, between residence of B. F. Cltft on Forest awnue and the La Mode Millinery Store, a Roman gold hair ornament, oblong-snapo buckle. Reward for return of same to Mr. Cliffs homo or this office. l'.'-d3t STRAYED. TAKEN UP AS A STRAY-Saturday evening about 6 o'clock a bay mare about ten yearn old. Has some harness marks and Is about fif teen hands high. Call on GEO. E. COOPER at Wormald's old stand on Wall street, Maysville. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CONGRESS. We aro authorized to announce Congressman JAMES N. KEHOE as a candidate for re-election November, liKH, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sale. The CollinB-Rudy Baw mill property, 132 feet river frontage. Apply to John Duley. 1 1 Nearly two iuchea of snow fell at points in Western Kentucky Tuesday night. Don't Neglect Yourself. 1468 Second Strrut, Locisvillb, Kr., April II, 1903. I have been weak and sickly for the past four years, eaused by irregularity and carelessness regarding tho laws of health, but about flvo months ago my condition became very serious. I had severe backache and suffered a constant dull pain in toy head. I spent weary, painful days, and miserable, restless nights. The doctor told me that I must have patience. His medicine did not, however, glvo mo even temporary wiJ Snd. Ma W cn, !ola of..lfio curative qualities of Winoof Cardui I decided to try it. T fmin.t 4linf ff vAKan.l A n. .j.. . . win, izxryisz .;.'" vt".x, :'" AS my K.e.ner.a 'X '"i. "'"" ""' "ere graauany cu mer iroumes were gradually dt-