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MA T8VJLLE, ST., TVE8DA JANUABY 24, 1905 



ONE COPY-ONE CENT. 



B« nr* to atUnd tha 
Rhp^i rtora rooB 8:80 p. n 



mtn'a Matiaf 
L today. 



MYSTERY SOLVED 



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the GoMir iadf* wiBtooftkaid Juaaiy 

■SOtt. 

J. H. Mr,('arty, priictii il iiphulnlerur, opponita 
•O^ra-huusH. 

Id Grover l« going to tell thum hoir thiy do 
t in California on Janaary .SOth. 

DeKalb Lodfe No. 12, I. 0. 0. F., will have 
wtA h t >» iBttlUoiy Dogroo toaight . 

Ser. Fdthpr P. M. Joneg of St. Patrick's 
v^arch ba a been on the aick list for aov eral dav*. 

na Slaneaa twiot, Larry and Jim, will do 
'.hair own Kp»cialty,writt«a axpTMBly for tken, 
Jaaaary 3 0th. 

Gottaga prayer neotiag will ba bald thia ave- 
niBK at the realdeoaa of* Mit^Jotai L Matkam 

'B Forest avenup. 

CoQDty AttorDfy ii. J. Uenaeaaey of ▲ogoata 
says ha will brioK a delegakiMi tt OM kMdNd 

to the Elka Minstrel show. 

Simoa Uavia ia daily inractioiac the very 
lateat aawbrad aolo, aad it is a di^. At tka 

Op^ra-bouse Janaary 30th. 

Mr. aad Mrs. Holiaan Cole have aold aod con- 
vvayad to Mr. John Colo 181 aeraa «l groiad 

' Shannon for fTSO 



The to li*«B «p kwlMia dwiag a dall 
aaagm ia to puah It by advarlMag gmaiio bar- 

galu. T ry Thb Lkdokr and nutB raa nltt. 

■ Mr. GaorKB W. Orr waa taken aariooaly ill 
yaaterday, bat prompt raatoratiraa broaght kin 
^roaad a gaia. aad ho la batter tMa m oraiag. 

Mr. MadiaoB L^adaay hu aoid hia orop of 
It^OOO poanda of tobacco to Mr. Thomai L. 
Reet for 13^ centn. This wu aa oitra good 

*rop and worth aU it bruuKht. 

iix-Coanly Aaseafor William H. Hawe« has 
Mcepted a position with the Metropolitan Life 
laMftaaoa Uompaoy in thia city. He ta a eom- 
.patoBt BMUi aad a broad-gaga baatlor . 

WhDa at bia office Sunday Mr. Joaeph H. 
J>odaaa waa tafcaa a«ddoa(y and aerionaly ill. 
He waa aaaiatod homo by Mr. Martin Onllfoyla. 
Thoogh atUl ill. ba ia raportad meb batUr thii 

vorniog. 

■ra. C. J. Winkler, while attomptmt; to lift 
a Toaaal of bailing wator fron the range at her 
ia LaiiagtoB, lat it alip, the coataata 
ipoa har kasd aad arst aavaraly 
soaMing bar 

Mr. JaaM Barboor baa aold Ua oo^y, band- 
am» haoM aad ample gronada ia Ftroat ate- 

naa to Mra. Aliea B. Harrison of Lewi^burg for 
11,800 caah. Mra. Harriaon will take op her 
I ahertly ia bar aoqnirad property. 



Charles GUI Said to Confessed to the 
•f 



There are nany mmora flying this morniag 
in regard to the killing of Robb. One report 
ia that ha waa ahot by'a traiamaa, aad the 
other and most likily thathowaaihothypartiaa 
living in the East End. 

It ia atatad that Charlea Oil! ban confaaaad 
to tha ahootiag. 

As the story goes Andy Thomas, CbarlMt 
Carpaater and Cbarlea Gill boarded a freight 
ear aooMwbere haitwaaa tha Coal Dooka aad 
Concord for tha parpoaa of atoaling coal off 
the ear. 

The party waa Joined by the Robbs and 
ahortly after were iavolved in a flght with the 
Lewia ooanty gang. The tirst ahot, it toelahned, 
waa flred by the Robb party. 
Thartova throe are bow in eharge of an 
ffloar. 

POLICE COURT O0IN68 



Thero wcrp thrne udditiona to the Third 
flinat M. E. Cbarch ^Saady ovaaiag . 

C0TTA6E MCETNIBS 



Order of Prayer Services of the 
First M.E. Church. South 



The prayer-meetipga of the Firat Methodist 
Bpiaeopal Ohnreh, Snath, for thi^praaaai week 

III be aa follows: 

Tnaaday, 7 p. m., Mra. R. B. Brown, ia Third 
atreet 

Wednesday, 7 p. m., Mra. Belie Smith, in 

Satton street. 

Thuntrlay, 7 p. m., Chltroa. 
Frjday, 7 p. m., Mra. ioha Parkar'a, 21 East 
Foarth atfaat 

A full atteadaaaa kaipactad at all of these 
aarvicaa. 

^HARLra P. Evans. 



Moaea Bamett of Reotorvillo haa aold Ua 

crop of tobacco at a fancy price. 

Advoeatea of a bow aiU for the State Capitol 
are eonfldeat of altimato Tietory, deapite the 

vote .Saturday. It is puintt'ii nut that tWHtity- 
eight members have been voting contrary to 
the positioa daalarad fa their laltan aa lla at 

Frankfort. _ 

00 TSO linORANSEt 

If so try our "Orange" Br»ndy, 7."i rentri p«r 
quart. M. C. RrssKi.i. Cik 



An agraeaMe aMvement of tka bowels witboot 
aojr uDpteasaat alitoet is piodneed by Ohaaiber- 
latD'aSunaaakaBdUvetTablata, PViraalabyall 

Dmotbls. 




RED lOTER DAY 0 
DOUBLE STAMP DAY I 

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AT MERZ BROS. 

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Smmwuuy memmmmua Haw 

!■ th^ time l«t hjkv^ ymnr 
printing <l«>n^. refktf.r ler 
Ui« Nf w Yrar. titr* The 
PrtBtrrj' m trial 
vUl b* »lswi » a. 



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The twenty aareath anaaal State CoBToatiea 
of tha Kaataeky Toaag Maa'a Chriatlaa Aaao> 
elation will ha held at Owaaabafo Mnaiy 16tb 

to 19th. 

Vurr0 HI* Holhrr «r RbvamitlUiu. 

' M\ innttier bai liwri h ?(u(T»'r<T f t niaTiV yearn 
fr»iiu rli<>ii?nati8ni." MiV(* \V. H. Hnv^iinl ».f \{us 
han'l. rfunnylvaniH. ' Al tini**.. Jilie w>is nrn*!. I'- 
ll* move itt Kit. wtiilH lit hII finii«t walkini; wns 
painful. I prr'vi'nliMl h'-r will, ;i li"ti!.- c.f cliMin 
hfrUln's I'lilii llttim Hml :ifii r :t f"W upplpMiiom 
Htie (iMcldi-fl It Wiis tilt" irifi^* wonderful pain ri*- 
lii'ViT tho had i'MT tri^d; in fart. is iii'v>r 
without It nowan'll* at all tin)"-, al l'- walk. 
An oerssioiial applicallon of I'hiii Uaim kei'pa 
away Die pain that she wa» formerly troubled 
'- r siiii- tiv all r>rii-.'-."v' ^ 



Prof. . 
pletwl hie 
matica ia G 

Mr. 'Harry 1 
city, baa baea i 
of Pythiaa Lodg 

a V. Dibor, and n. 
L^^e was appoint 
of the Thirteenth N 



The Kentucky Ra 
baadad dowa a daeWot . 

advaaeo of thirty onta 

from min'-n Jj>'tw«en Ash. 
dared by the Aabland Coa. 
Compaag, to ha aRl«rM«Mt> 

waa bnragfat agaiaat tka Alfa 

Railway Company and the Chei 

Railroad Company. Tht- 'ier li- 
the rate shall be from tbe»« mi 
Kentncky points. 



iaouary 

I lead Ih"" way i'> N-rti'r thlniri In Ortj 
llfp** iiHi'f»nili<*.t. If v'Mi art- iiiit tf»'ttiij^ 
isfaril.id nil fli-.irM ,n thi'iie partlnila 
ri riil'T \ .>n !ii!it»-ri:»i aH«l^rtlnn<'a^<l Kav<* yi 
Ril.iiliir. (Ki'Mri.il 14 sunirienl U) cunvit. 
innsi iik:<-piii:al. KloUly Dote my prices U 
wi-eli, vi«: 

timid Standard Tomatoea. perean 

'.' <^an> Sugar Uorn 

I iH>undtgood Rio* „ 

\,»Tte, fsnoy frUh Potaio-i*. per peak. ....I 

Idfal Pttaii. per can. k 

3 p<iund> Vogcl n Leaf I,ard Jh 

H packanet Kvaporatcd AppleA... 
KvwrtblBK. aisa ^J^^iiy >°*- ' 



Cease aariif aai 



ivwrtblBit « 
ild the nttk, and < 

J. C. C A BUSH. 



CO V HI' II inyn. 



Thwnas Kane Held to the Grand lury 
For Stealino a Lap Robe 



Thomaa Kane waa arfaa t ad Saadajr by Potice- 

miin Kyan. 

He ia charged with having stolen a lap robe 
from a baggy baloagiag to Mr. Sbormaa, who 
left the vehicit' near Davia'a Coal Blovatora in 
Limestone street, while ho wtnthippad ifl St 

Patrick'a Church. 
Tha roho waa rahiad at IR. ■ 

He'vfaivod an I'xaminMtinn ypKtonl.ny lipfnre 
Judge Whitaker and wax held over to thoGranil 
Jvry in the anm of |100, aad in dafanit was 
committed to Jail. 

John Seodder waa flaod $10.60 for being 
dronk. 

A NEW YEAR'S GIFT 



Only 26 more days to get your tickets on tha 
Biag. Ticket with every $ worth of 
I aifaa, at radaoad prieaa. Tiekata itvaa 
d»sl wko pay their aeeooata. 

MtmPHY, tha Jeweler. 

■ETBSRSAMPiEt OF ClOVER. 

Yon will And it hatter and cbea[ier than 
M. C. RuaaELL, Co. 



Captain DavM A. Mnrifby Received a 
BMSt of HimttN 




Ura. Tom Cammina of Kast Third Dtrnet 
leat ont iaTitationa lait week for Monday night, 
Jaaaaiy 88d, for a birthday aad aorpriae atag 
!• kaaor of her hoaband. 

The affair was one ef the baadsumeat ever 
given in Mayaville and will long bo remembered 
hy hia frianda. 

The reception room was in green, the dining 
roam in red, a perfect bower of carnations. 

fiia aMB« eaibracad ovary delicacy the mar- 
ket afforded. 

Thert) were winea of rare vintage, .sparkling 
aa tha wit of the laaamhlad gueats, and rich 
4U, Jaioaa maiiow aa tha haarta aif tka gaalal 



It waa paat 11 o'clock wben the coursea had 
icompleteddafter wbioh caam several toaata. 
The f ertaaata gaeata ware— 
Maimra. Joha M. Haat. J. M. Collins. K .N. 
|r«M»t)M. Jaek Arehdaaeoa. Jaaaa Dubb, E. H. 
Maaal. Paria; M. J. Doaataa, Dan Daly, Tom 
^aOfoyla. G. BnaaoB, P. Gaatlay, William 
Gaatlay, M. A. riwift, .lohn Kurklev, Jack Wal- 
ton, Jim Walton and MoA.-irs. ('ummin.'< of 
Omltale. 



Captain David A. Murphy, Soporintendent of 
ConatriwtioB of tha Uaitad Stataa Pabtte Baild. 
iaga, BOW OB duty ia thla eH^, ia tha hoaored 
recipient of a priceless New Year'a gift — a 
plaster bust of himself, sixe 18x24 iachaa, in 
gilt ftama radar glaaa. 

The plaster plaqae ia a work of high art, 
and strikingly lifelike in expression. 

The Captain's soldier face and ahouldera are 
"not tdaaUaad" hat piaaaatad with aU their 
"nigged feataraa." 

The baat and frame ia the gift aad handi- 
work of hia friaad, Mr. Joaeph WUharding, the 
Italiaa aenlptor aad artlat, whaaa atadia ia at 
Norwood, 0. 

It ia a gift of affection, and would honor the 
Ooremor of Kentaeky or aay Callaga PraaideBt. 

The Aenlptor, we understand, has been at 
work on it at odd timea for aiz months. 

A PROMINENT 

iMwyn FnUaea Viiiol. 

DrugK'^t .I'lhii I , I'l ii -i iti'.s h.^ IS ountiuu- 
ally feoaiving such letters as the following ia 
regard to hia faawoa cod liver oil preparation. 

Vino). 

Mr. John Kenney of West .'sih --<t , h,- 
dianapolis, Ind., one of the most notod iuwu-r^ 
of the state of ladiaaa, writoa: "The Grippe 
left me ia a aarroaa, weakened, raa down con- 
dition. I ti>ok Vinol with tho very bi'-^t of re- 
anlts. It niadf me feel like a different man, 
and I am now better and atrengar thaa I have 
ba«a for yaara." ^ 

Said Mr. Pecor: "There ki nethiag eqaala 
Vinol to restore .strength after sickne.-f.-t. to buil l 
ap the aged, run down, weak ur debllitate<l, to 
cure stomach troubles or chronic cuMx, cout;bx 
or bronehitia. What Vinol did for Mr. Kannay 
I caa gnaraatee it will do for ethera or I will 
return the moner paid me for it every time. 

"Refflembar, Vinol is not a patent medicine; 
everything in it ia printed on tha bottle. It 
coataiu ia a ooaeaBtralad form all the oara- 
tive, atreagth oreatiag propertiea coatainod 
in cod liver oil, without a drop of the oil. No 
one will dispute the fact that cod liver oil is 
the graataat aad ainpleat loaie kaown to medi- 
cine, the ^aeatioa ia which in tha but oo^ liver 
oil preparation we claim aad prava that Viaol 
ii. It i» delicious, and the weakei^t stonL-irh 
can retain it. Try Vinol on our i;ii:ir.»iii<»e ' 



iJD. HEOHIJSra-ER <Sc oo.. 



It will be bat » abort while when our apring atook will begin to come in. We will need room tor the gooda, and what ia dtill mora important 
"money to pay (or them." We have placed all of our $15 and $16. N) Cheviot and Oaaaimere Buita on one counter (there itre not many of them) and 
yoQ take yoar ehoioe for a 




en Dollar Billl^ff^ 



If you tiiid your (it ynu're uli rijjlit on price. What is Irft in our $25 ami .$.')(» Stein-Rloch and Adler Bros.' Fancy Cheviot and Wurnti'tl Suite your 
choice lor $18.50, There are only « few (niit.s of these left. If you want one come quick. We have ahout two (loz''ii Oavenette and Mackinfltte 
Coata, aome ui tbem suitable for apring wear, ALL ol them warranted water proof. II you want one you can get the bargain of your life. 

THE 
HOME STORE. 




Miaa MiaBie Loaiae Marah aad Ur. William 
Ueory Dill Wheat wed tomorrow at the bride's 
home nea r Parla. 

Miaa Mary Reed, aged 29, died of consomptioa 
Sunday at her boflN in Short street. The 
funeral will accnr tomorrow afternoon. 



Kay's Tough Syrup is guaranteed to cure. .^lV*Thia ia the aoaaoa to boy good MonB> 
Mr. John B. Cbenault is one of the parchasera work ckeap. See Mp»«AT k THOmt. 

of the atook of the Batill Conaty Oil and Gas Paat Grand Master Warraa USaa Themaa, 
Company, owning and controlling 600 ncrea of at DaaTillo Tharrday ereBiag laat, inatalled the 
oil laada ia Eatill oonnty, which waa aoR at Rev. Dr. Worrall aa Graad Prelate of the Grand 
Lexington a day or ao ago for $26,000. ' Cemmaadery of the United States. 



End of the aeasoa hargaiaa ia MiHlan 
Mra. L. V . Davia, No. 39 Waat Sacoad atreat 

The Tobacco Fair at Cyatbiaaa Sateidaywaa 

very succeasfni. Aboat 300 aamplas were ex- 
hibited, which later were sold at auction for a 
good price. 



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CONTINUED 

Oar sale of Uandaome Silka tor 48c a yard. The large con* 
signment we received, still leavea a broad selection notwithatand- 
ing the inroada made by eager parchaaers. 

The store is resplendent in Embroideries, Lace*' and White 
Goods at special prices. 

Have you .-<een the lOc Figured Hwiaa we are selling for 5c? 
itH 1)868 are iegiun— for frocket waitta, matinaea, cortaina, taney 
aprons, pillow shams, Ac. 

GOODBYE TO 

WINTER COATS 

We are quite ready to take leave of Winter Coats as our 



sharply reduced prices prove. Bat you are not, with Janaary, Feb- 
ruary, March, perhaps .\pril, holding C(iat weather in prospect. 

We must be ahead of calendar and wearer, in our plans for 
women's apparel. Just now we are concerned with spring arrange- 
mentK, and you prollt. 

At each price there ia excellent choosing, hut the earlier you 
come, the better yoa will find it of course. 

The pr{ee*Rronpe: 

%m WERE 125. 

Oheviote, keraeyaand craveoaUea in black, brown, tan. 

$10 WERE 120. 

Same materiala and colors as above. Loose, semi and tight 
fitting styles. 

%n WERE 115. 

Tweeda, Scotch miztorea and broadcloths. Varied lengths, 
hiindaomely tailored. 

$5 WERE $10. 

Materials and atylea aimilar to preoeding group,^ 



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jwircartm el I extract* teeth witho ut pain. 

The members of the First Christian Church 
at Loniaville, of which the Rev. Dr. K. L. Powell 
is Pastor, have voted to reject the ulfer of $160,- 
000 for the Church property at Fourth avenue 
and Walnut street 



A movement to combine the Lexington Elka 
Fair with the State Fair has been laiincht-d. 

Urs. Lillie Griffith, daoghtor of Mr. I. U. 
Lane, who has been ill with rheumatiam at her 
home Ht Imli.knapolia, haa recovered and ia aow 
able to be out. 



Millinery at one half the coat price at Mrs. | .^"Two new Upright Pianoa at cost. 

I,. \ . P.ivia'.s West Second stret't. I be sold. At Gerbrich's. 

I Milie Furlong, for years collector for the Liex- ! Mr. George Wormald leavea Bellevae todiigr 
' ington Brewing Company, haa skipped oat. He for San Joee. Cel., to join Morria A RewTa 

»h >rt in hix accoanta to the extent of a few fir. with which he has been connected for 

thousands. I a number of yoara. 



GENUINE GRAHAM FLOUR.... 

nda.nuur le very b€Naltlif\il and mM^rlUoaa. Von u ill lind thla a banc* 
nrtMfi two maob whit* (IpmVk, 




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W«iMK*aala9an abM>latafarMur« 4lai4k Bmokwbeat Klunr. whlob la the 
dEn ba bOHCbt. Itlaaaratopl^ppie yoa. Try It. 



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WE GIVE 
GLOBE STAMPS. 



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WE GIVE 
GLOBE STAMPS. 



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OF IMPORTANCE 

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•PUB BOIWUNI, VATIVZIXa, SV. 



OMtPtmra-»r mail. 



:UVERBD BY CABRIXR. 
iMr ft fTrtlttfir if tnt ^ IftwllL' 



jlosing month of l!)(M ;uul tlu; opiining 
of rJO;> marked au epoch iu Maysville 
alism. 

itar loDg sofferiog, borae with Cbrbiian 

Htode, Millard Fillmork Maksh, for many 
ears Editor of The Kveiiing HuUetin, laid 
lowu his pen and took up the Crown of Life 
that is the reward for well-diret ted endtyivor. 

Impelled by j)rotrac'tetl illue^s and the in- 
firmities that come m the closing years of a 
long life, Mr. Georok S. Rossbr, one of the 
foottders of The Evening Bulletin and its senior 
owner, has joissed his inantlo to younger 
shoulders, and at tho end of ;i devi>ted service 
covering forty-three years, he will spend his 
remaining day^ in well-earned rest. 

Mn John J. ALTmrBR, who assames the 
Iterden that Mr. Rosskb has laid down, is a 
worthy saccessor to his late Chief. More than 
a qnart»«r of n century asro he "learned the 
boxes" in ni\ ntlice: ;iu-l I havt> always Imd a 
keen interest in "JtmNNv" — an interest that 
has not been without reward, for I've seen him 
fise by saccessive steps from **devil" to Editor. 
Hk Itfe points the way to others, and shows 
what probity, honesty arid industry can ac- 
eoniplish: and here'< How" to the new firm 
of McCarthy iV Altnicycr. 

There is a tinsje of sadness in the retirement 
Iff Groror R088BR from the activities of local 
newspaper life. He was the Nestor of the 
Maysvillc pres>: and his withdrawal leaves me 
the "back number.'" 

<JkoK(;k and I have eufii s})eut mortf than the 
average life-time iu the newspaper busines-s iu 



this city; and now that I am myself just re- 
covering from a sorious illness, thanks to a 
kind Providence and devoted attention, I take 
the Hrst oppurtuuity to add my feeble tribute 
to his worth; for I don't believe in waiting till 
a man it dead before yon tell the truth about 
him. 

I never had a brother; but have often thought 
that if I had, I would like him to be justsocha 
man as <iKoU(iK Kosskr. 

We wei*e business competitt)r8 for thirty - 
eight years, he on one side and I on the other 
of the poliUeal fence; but I always found in 
him my strongest rival when it came to mattern 
of friendship and accommodation. Both en- 
countered difficulties at the outset — he in t^etting 
material to print his paper, on account of 
military edicts against ''disloyal" publications, 
and myself a few years later for daring to print 
a Republican paper in a bitterly **rebel" com- 
munity. That was during and immediately 
followinij; the War, and v»>ry few of the present 
generation iti Maysville know anything about 
it — and it s well that they don't. 

Maysville printers w^re not millionaires in 
those days; but Gboror Rossbr had that which 
was better than money — he had a kind heart, 
and it went out to every one who was deserv- 
ing, and to many who were not. 

In all the time that 1 have kil»»wn him, I 
never heard (iKORtiK Uoss>:k utter a harsh w(»rd 
or express an'unkind feeling toward any living 
hbman being; and he never forgot a friend or 
II favor. 

With what plfu^iiic 1 rccaii flic time, a few 
)ear8 ago, following a mi^haj) whieii disa- 
bled Thr Ledger's big ])ress, when (iKORuE 
came to me and generously offered the use of 
his press until thti damage was rejtaired; and 
how his big hejirt welled uj» and the tears came 
unbidden — mnte bat eloquent thank-offerings 
for a similar coiirtt'sy which had been extended 
to him more than thirty years befoi-e. 

And now, Dear George, with the shadow-8 
uf life's sunset lengthening rapidly for both of 
u-i. may wo mc(>t and greet as Hrotlicis in the 
few remaining years jis we've done iu the 
decades that are gone, and finatt^ bask in the 
never-ending sunsliiiHi « if a glorious EtOTnity! 

Goi) bless you, Old Man! 



Meat 
is Smoked 

To preservs it. The pteMnra* 
tivo should be evenly and thor- 
nuglily rtlstrihuted over the 
fturUce so that lut part will In- 
exposed fo flic attack of ptTm-' 
iir insects, i'liis is l>t Iter a( - 
compli«ttiPil l>v the applicatiou 
of 

Cbenoweth's 

Liquid 
MeatSmker 

than liy tlie olil smukdiouisi- 
way, and is done quicker and 
costs less. Our Smoker ia the 
COD den tied smoke of hickory 
wood. By it* aae lollniing 
end ehrinking of the meat ia 
avoided. The preventative or 
lose of weight pay* for the 
Snoker eefwal tioNe ovwr. 

Price, 
50c Per Quart. 



THOS. J. CHENOWETN, 

ORUBQIST, 
OIRIIf •INIIB ARt NTTM tTMITt 

MAYSVILLE IT. 



TheM 

Clearance 



SALE 

of Winter Goods 

At the New York Store ia still in fall swing. Lot* of 
people attending it in the meantime. 

NEW eOODS COIUMQ IN. New Waah Silke, all the new 
colore— brown, navy, nntaral white, cream white. 

TWO LEADERS 

A beautiful quality Wash Silk, 26c a Yard. 
A better one, 27 inches wide, 39c a Yard. 

See window display. 

HAYS & CO.'^E'^RE 

f. 8.— Good Oaliooea iXc. Best Table Oilcloth 17o. 



WASHINGTON OPEBA-HOUSL 



We oarry a WBpMc Ikock of 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 

CLOCKS, RINGS, 
SILVERWARE, UMBRELUS, 
OPTICAL eOODS, PENS, 
ETCs, ETC. 



Wednesday, 
. . . Jannary 



AK KVKNTPt;i, BVE5T. 
II'PT ONK NIGHT. 



25|M0NDAY, 
JANUARY 



■E^TTVr FRh>ll, KAsr. ri KlOl B WHOlt 
J: U 1^ THE FIRST INNING TO PUUBB. { 

This is "IT!" ;X THE 




Tbti 



REDUCTION {j;^«'««cw>.l 

.low li tka Ubm lo b«7. All 
promptly. 



laaataslMI iaao*i|lloB and langhlat MrpsiM | ELKS 

THE ^^mnmat 

DAN PERRINE, Jeweler.! CAR] 35-imit-35 



; ■ wUlm &ia«t that will m 



"Goods that are not Kood 
eaOBK') (<> adTrrtlHe ar« not K«>od 
esMMtsh to bay." Buy gooAa that 
ta The Led iier. 



I A »v>in»<li l)r:iriiii m llif' k.-iv, 

I MISS KATE WATSON 

' Ah "i:»ti.ank," lupporu-d the popular 0«imaa 
i>m.Kiian. Mr. QasOoiMB, and a •laroatl il aa- 



sarprlw yew. 



PRICES 

£Jd Yanrr "J^""' "••"••^ ^ ! Etitirs Lower Floor i 

! : and EnHro Batesny f 

Gsllsry 

PRICES, 50c, 35c and 25c. i Seats aa sale at Rajr'i rrklay Dwrntag. 



Metropolitan 

Jl HMMNIATII IV TNI ITATI IP IE! 



LIFE INSURANCE! 
COMPANY 



Thi- Middlesboro Planinc Mill*, the lareest < 
in the moantains. ware destroyed by tkn. i 



^ aAi A&^a. aA, 



HMMNIATII IV TNI STATI IP NEW VMR. 

The Company OF the People, BY the People. FOR the People. 

Ameiwt of Outttindino Inturanca, $1,342,381,457410. 



PROOF OF 



I III.. ( <iiiip,u>> ha- iiictie prcmiuin pajinu I'u^nii*- in fot«f in ih(-|l ruM-tl >>taU i- 
rlian any other Company, <u)d for each ol' the lust ten years Iiah had nior'e .Nru 
Inaanuioe aocepced and imaed in America than anjr other Company. 
• The namber of Policies ijn force ia greater tiUM thM of any other Company 

^ ' " can only be 

-Itnr York. 



in America, xreatnr than all the Ketrnlur Lifto Inanrance Compaitlea put tocethes', leae one. and om 
appreciated by fonipariaon. It in a ereaicr nnml>er than the combined popntatton of Greater Iff 

ChicaKo. I'hiladflphia. Itoxton, St. l/ouia. 



H. POWELL, Asst Supt. 



H. C. BURK, Asst Supt. 



Thij I.anr.i.sUr, P.i., City .'^avln;,' Kund and | j 
Triut Company has ported notice ot°it» suspen- 
sion. ' m 

I 

Tke National iDdepandent Teleplkone Associso 
tion of Araeriea aad tbe lataratate Telephooa 
AsaocistioB of Aneriea oasolidated Interests | 

iu a company to b.* kn' » n :iv tbe National Inter ' 

state Tflfphunt! As.-<0''i»ti<in. 



A eoBtmct has lately been made between tbe 
Veneuelan GorennMBt and Maaoel f!f Pejera, 
a Venesnelaa oitiiea, for the excIuslTe manu- 
facture of matohos in that oountrr. Tbi.'< no- 
noply i.i )i..i)tfd on a law promolgate l in 1899, 
which provided that tba match indvstry shoald 
be a sonrea ii GovemnMnt reranaa. By the 
— tamia of the contract in qaestioa tbe impor- 
I tation uf matches In Ven) tuela is prohibited. 



liakiAtiikiittiliiAiiiiiAIAiihltAlAiiikiAtiali 



Bal(ed Fresh Every Day 



Cream PuOh, 

Km MlaBee, MacarooMs. 

.(••Il> Kollf). 

I.a«ly FinKcrx, l>ouKhiiuif. antl 
Fancy Cakes 

ufi'vrr.v (Ipscrintlon; 
uiid reniomltcr 

they're n«eh fVom onr ovena dally. 



TRAXEL'S 




Ivans TboBUs, who played. a praeticsl joke 
•a bis friend. ChaiUa Bell, near Jonaarills. L4U. 
was shot and killsd. 

Antony lliller, a Ciocinnuti cit(ar-aaker, 
made soicida sare by blowing out his brains 
after takiag two oaacsa of n't* feaa. 



Mrs. Odalia Blian, a pioneer aaioac (be: 
wosNn physieiSBS of Chieage. is dead. 



The bl( paper boose of Boaoiteel 4 Richard- 
son, at San Francisco, has bean destroyed by 

fir*. 

The .i,-rivj| a! .San l'r.inoiA' i) ol lb.- 1.: ?! cirj;.) 

of I'l.OiA) bags of sut:ar from Honolulu caused L>r. ti. K. Ue^liHiih, who was Tresideni'^ (iar- 
a drop of taa oanta in the market price of beet . field's family physician at the time of tbe Ex- 
sugar. i eeativa^a aisaasiaation, ia 



"In luy npiiiKiu CbaiiberUln'ii )i<-iiii ilv 

It tbf lic"it iniule for ci)lU'>. " iiiy> Mtk. Corii \V alki'r 
of I'ortcrTlllf. Citlilorniii. Thi-n' i-, nu ilnulu 
about lis lifiuR tbe best. So otbi-rnill riirc n 
oold i.n quickly. No other is ko surv h im-vrota. 
tlTC of pnenmoula. No other is to pleasant nnil 
safe to take. These are good reasons Hhy it 
shoald ttn preferred to aayjstber. Tbe fact is thm 
few people aie tatlsfled with any other after bav- 
iac ased this reoMdy. Fer tale by all OfUBKtiis. 



BEWARE 



IMITATIONS 



Tbe Y. M. C. A. 

the big tneeting. 



tn n,r paMleMlM misat ke ; Tbastrike situation at .^t. Petersborg if onli- 
• a c l ae fc aa. i . i ' . 

t M _ I «ai »n tne extreme. Troops are id po.isw;? r n 



will furnish the ushers for . of the rtty. 



Commissioner's Sale 



j«.<>"v cificnr vol H t: 



Of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR 

■)n account of the great merit and popularity of FOLEY S HONEY AND TAR 
" Coughs, Colds, and Lung Trouble, several manufacturers are advertising 
''ationi with similar sounding names with the view of profiting by the favorably 
/n reputation of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. 

DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON 

^nated Honey and Tae as a Throat and Lung Remedy and unless you get 

'Y'S HONEY AND TAR you do not get the original and genuine. 

T the name and insist upon having Foley's Honey and Tar. Do not risk 
bealth by taking imitations, which cost you the tame as the genuine. 
\Honby and Tak is put up in' three sizes — 25c, 50c and #1.00. 

1 by FOLEY i CO., 02-04-80 OUe Street, CUMge, lUiMb. 



Attend tbe practice at thr I-^ir-it Trcsbyterian 
Church from 7 to !t thia cv.jiiin;:. 

Tbe baavy snow falling this morning will be 
^■ito a b eeellt to tbe growing wheat. 

Tbe choir practice for tbe big meeting *«i ■> f^^ ■K,"e;a!;,'':i%?- rj^ZS'i'tl'lifJlJ: i 
largely attended at the First Prssbyterian ! tiir*, < 
Chei^ hat night. w. ii. ou/^Vm', ii f, ,,,!..,,.,. ' 

• * In <'b*dl»nc» to It |iiil|jm>'iif iiiicl urdiT oi »kle 

AiiMf ""' Mnsnn Circuit Cuuft, rvmli-ml in the abo\a> 

I I'" I'ti-'nul CUM* ftt the So\s iii»»r t<Tm. IMM, I 
The meo's prayer-meoting will be ie<i by Hon. ! ' ' 

tlLT.'St?o5:.^"'"°' I TUESDAY, January 3l8t, 1905. 

::< IliP I 'i>ii-l|iiii|,p <ioor in 

■ i I'l ^<'\i HI jmljlln auotlon, 
"11 II .-nilii of tlx t»ml 

J ...W.I- • !i '«iiijir< 111 property, towit: 

I A certain iM-t i.r iami iieiir the Xorthfofk of 
I the Licking river, about three milca below Mur- 
pliysville. und buuurtiil ii« follous; ll<>(;iunliiK u' 
I It stoaii on thP \Vi-«t kiilc t.r It road. r..riier to Wtr 
ri>ou IN* und RoImti Omilt: ihon.w uloiig tlir 
rnsil (111 ihi' Vifti siilf s. \v, li pol'j n 
:linicn; J,, K. » r><'l''». 1" links; S. ill! w' i; 
IHilen, 23 liDl(t; S H>,, W. n7 [Hjlns, 15 linki' S f< 
W. 21 poles, h link- to .i suuar tree; tlienoe 8.tlSiil 
W. Ih polBs 1(1 a ktHke oil lUe i:u>t tido of s small 
' thenci- H. W^. W. tl poles, » links to a 

S. .16H. W. 20 poUn 
tMDC< 



Commissioner's Sale 



MASax rigvviT roi Br. 



■t 3 o'clock |i. n, 
! Maysville. ki. pr ■ 
] to the :iii.'lj»'' 



l,'|ii 



.SlHiiiiin MiloliPlI I'l iiK.. l*latu(iir«. 
I ;ltri4if|..t 

Al. vandcr .Milclu'll i l «!•>. !>• f"ii(l'i n ' 
i III nlx'riii-iicv to a Ittdgmrnt and utdcr u( sale of 

tiip Mittoii riroalt Court. rsadarwi tn the aiiovi- 

niriitionrd citse at the Korember tenn, ltO(. I 

tdiHil. I'll 



liranuh 

■t»kc at>ovi.< a willow riheirae 



I to a slakf npar u biinoh of boney lot utls: theac 
' .s. i.t^i. W *> l>oles, IS links toastonr: ihenw (• 
„ . _ . , iJ'j; K W pole.,231iBk«tothebank(.rih. NorM. 

Monday. Februarv 6th, 1905. I^'h """"^ "p 

mviiMSi/i I vui MMi J utii, I fork aluiiir thr lop of 111., bank v li , 

3 llnki; S. HI, i:. IS polrs, 5 
thciirj- S T4>|, r,. 27 uoli'n; 



at II (.'i-I.K-k H. III., .It (tic I 'i,.r(bouM ilix>r In 
MayiviUe, Ky., proceed to sell at public aiiotlon 
to the hkfhest bidder, en a eiadlt of sU and 
tweWe months, the follwwtuK real property, to- 

wit: That (^t'rtain tract of liinil cfliiTcvrd April 
37lh, 1870, li> lliraiii RiiiiniiaiiK Hnd .siirali A. Rum- 
iiiaci ti\ ^il^llal■l 1>. l!ur_. ft ( f'oiinty, 
Kentucky, by a (lerd w lili h he iMeculed uoknowl. 

I (•(Ic<k1 Hi;oor<riii|r to law, and nlnch. was recorded 
III died iKHik 7H, paue MJ, in ilic ollL-e of thn 
I'lcrk (if iliM MiiMin County t'oiiri. and whii!h 
%Mi II dckcr'.lmi u> folluws: The tra>M of about 

I forty acKs of land together with (bu dwelllnit 
house and oihtr Improvements thereon where 



said Uuraeas then llred, hrlna on the West nlde of 
I. ii;k road in Mason Count*. Ken- 
iiiided by the land* of Blr.hard 



the I'pper llliic I,ii;k i 
tuckr und Ik 
Jaillie 




er .lane (iinu, Laura Lee and Oeorge Qarri 
kon. or tbalr mcaesMtn. and the Upper BUM Uok 
roftd. Thin land !• lold for the purpoee of a dlrf- 
slon amoiiK the helr». 
The piirchaier mutt be prepari'd ti. proiiiptly 
, eineul. Ix>nd wilh approved s.ciirUy for tii. 
i pueohasa prtoe, wbloh bond shall bear legal In 
t teiest from day of sale uoUl paid. 

U. BVitiGU TAYLOR, 



ilic Nirtv 
K. ? p,.!. . 
Iliil.^ 1.1 II -^caiuoi. 
,, , „, , - - P<'li'»; K. Ml,, i;. M i(0|«i 2i 
link* W mi^, i:. itf polea; N. MM. K. tO poi«». 
11 link, .V M)4 K. U polea; N.flSM, K. 8 potet. 
Sllinka, N.7I>«,K. S poles, 7 links to a su^e. 
corner to Robert Msult: thsace with his line up a 
branch N tK: W. IS poles. 15 llukt lu a syoa- 
more; ihonee N. 7\, K. 81 polos, SO link* to ax 
elm: lhen«« .N », W. 20 |>o1pj. « llukii t,. a i tone in 
the road; tbence N. i.s^, k. m polei. 9 links to an 
elm ; tbem-r s. 72^ W. 4 jxilcf . Jo linkii lo a stake 
ilK iicc N. i. K. TS ixil. s : liiikt lo a large oak 

Robert (hi uli s.'.irner, it n S.ST,, W.tVpolet 

10 linkt (<> ihc b g uniiit;. roiilaluluir lOtM aares; 
belli); the saine luud >!Oii\eyed tn naiil W, H. Oaaa 
by .lohn T. (iaiili l,y dend of dale Match IsL MM. 
wbleh deed wat ni'M-r put lo nxioni; orsuBolttt 
thereof to urtNliK f tlio sum u( money lo banis5 
towlt, ti ,VW.o.l and f:ViO prohnbln oosu of this ac- 
tion. 

The piiri'hB»i r iiui.l ix! ureparetl to prfmnlly 
'Wutti bond with approved seonrity forth* ptir- 



from 



toe, wlloh bond thalf bear legal lateiest 
(sle until tiald. 

C. UtTROGSS TAYI 



I prtoe, 
ifsy of 



M. dMaWhtat, Attoi 



rw^ffiam-td 



I WortblaftoB A I'oehran. 





'in 

3 



DAILy 




xr UMrvMjjoAif-mi. 



MAYSVILLE, KY., TUtl8DAT, JANUARY i!4, 1905. 



ONE COPY—ONK CKXT. 



MmmROFHEMOH 





Absolutely Pure 

MASMOSUBSmm 



la UxiagtoD iMt jmr |W2,400 was tx- 

John Patrjok, who was one of Ave men to 
braak Jail at OmBsp aboBl fow waaka ago, 
M»JdUad a fnr dajra aiaca by a tniB at Colon- 

• ■ — — • - ~— 
M. E. SUNDAY-SCHOOL 



Ntw OHicert and Teachers Cboten 
Ust Night 



ItoTUnl Street Methudiitt KpmcupalSunda}- 
aekooi haa •■•rt«(l the followlug offlcara: 

Sop«>rint«ndent— I. U. Lane. 

A.iHiiitant SupnriDt'niii'nt Harry BIctardaol 

Saeretary— Uiia Leoa Outtea. 

lAnriaa— John Boyar. 

Ttraaanrar— Mtaa Virginia Wetsel. 

MiaaioBarjrTreuurer — 11. B Clark. 

Oarnetaat- lir. Nauman. 

Ptaaiat— Miaa Jeaaie Raiia. 

MMkbowd Artiat— Miaa Lana Wabk. 

At tha aaine time thp following teachers 
war* alactad- -Me««r(. Joha ii. Brudt, Harrjr 
RUwdaoB. li. B. Cl«k, Mra. John 11. Uaioa. 
MmSMiofd, Mra. Hawk. Mra. lMlataitk,llrp; 
I)o4ms, Ite M. Saiaa. Miaa BMia Walah aad 
MiaaCiaMmPtaNa. 



Mr. .Tohn McAaliffala Row AaiMaat Foranaa 

of The Bulletin. 

Cottage prayer-meetinK* will ^ ('iinilu''ted 
by the Rev. H. T. Monaelnnan nf the FirKt Rap- 
tiat Ckorak at tka boaa of Mr. WilUam Hicka 
ia Poraat avane tonarrow avaBlag aid at tha 

reaidenco of Mr. .lod Mr.^. John I. Wlatar ia 
West Third atreet Friday evening. 

The Lirking. River Railroad, 89 miles in 
length, and 12,0(XI .irri's of land in Rowan 
eonnty, bava bean sold to Boa too capitaliati. 
Tka raai li to ba fartbo' axtaadad iato tka 
mountains and poMibly to OwingiTilla or Ut 
Sterling. New aaw milla will be aracted along 
tha Km of tha nad. 



1 

River 




News 





Tka eoal flaot ia pataiag op with big towa of 

Thn paclceta will raaaaa thair ragalar trips 

in a few days. 

Kivermeo arc again looking for u big aweli 
aad aaothaf aoalboat ataea. 

EaoQgb enptiae are now at rittahwgh to 
km§ tha aiaea baqr far aoaM tima. 

The big Spraguc h.-u< laid up at Howard'.'* tu 
wait for a further rise in the river to take a 
Mf tMV af eoal Boath. 

Stepd are being taken to release 27 bar^'en 
of eoal tied ap at Parkersbnif , W. Va., with 
the ateanar CHftoa. by reeeivarabip proceed- 
iaga. 

The HiK Kanuwha pa«aad np ye-sttirdav fui- 
Portsmoutta and way pointa,tkalrat packet out 
of Cincinnati for some titoa on aceoont of the 
heavy ice in the river. 

A petition haa bean seat out to the Super- 
viaing Board of Nafigatioa of Steam VesMls 

at WaahingtoB by the Uastern :<n'l I'ilot^ A'^^ 
aociation to kave a law paased to have the dtern 
aigaala used on steamboata. The rlvenMB 
want two red lighta on tka itera aad the whita 

lights removed so that boat8 will be safer. It 

Ih cliiiini'l lhal tbt> wbitc IiKht throws a xlare 
that obscurer the one red light now used. 



What to Do If Constipated 



(,>. What Is th>' begtaalBf of slekaaM? 

A. C"in«ti|itttinn. * 
»,'• Whsi Is ronitipatioii ' 

.\. l''ailun' of llin l»ini l» to iMrr)' .>IT tti «rt'-l<' 
MiftttfT whirh lii'^ ill ttio alimentary cariHl whtT»* 
It (1m':i}» iind p<iiiiuii'< tlic i'nlir«' Kytti'm. Kvniii 
illy the reiiiiita ant di-atb uodrr the name of loiui' 
niher dlsenae. Mole the deaths from typhoid 
fi'vrr and appeadloltls at tha prstent lime. 
Whski ciiit^*'!! fMtii..,tlpatlonV 

.\. Ni gl>'ct to ri'»pon<l lo the .!hI1 of Nuiiirfl 
promptly, L<aok of rirrolw.-. Kxc«s«lve lir:iin 
work. Meatal MaoUoa aad Usproper diet. 

Q. What ate the reaalts of negleoted Const 
tion? 

A. Constipation ciiiis.^K mori" «nff>'riiiL' iloin 
any other dittcati'. It ciiiist s rhnnimitlsni. . olds, 
lever*, stomach , kldnny. lunKHntl lu art troul>l>'s 
etc. It I* the onn diiKMHP ttiat HlHrl* hII oDhts 
IndiRi'Stlon. dyspi'piU, loi<» nf slci'p and sin-nKili 
are itii symptnms<-pl|ps, uppvndlcitiii aud flatiila 
an- i-ausod by Omitlpallon. It» conwqupno*'!! 
HP' known to all phftticUnii. but few nxltTi-n re- 
;iii/.i' thi'ir condition until It is too Ihip. Wotni-n 
ix'i-oine I'onflrnii'd Invullds Hs b r«'«ult of t'onsti- 
lull Ion. 

t^. rX) physiciHiis n'«'oi:iii/t- Ihis'- 
.\. ^'•'H. Tin- flr^t <iUfsfion yuiir dt>.'tor usks 
ymi is "ArR yon i i)iisU|):iii <l • ' That la ttii' wcrei. 

0. Can it In- . iirpd;- 

A. Yes, with proper lr<'atiiii!Dt. Tb<> common 
error Is to retort to phynlnt, auch at ptili, salts, 
mineral watnr, oattor nil. Injections, elo.. «v»r\ 
one of whinh Is Injiirloiit. They weaken anti 
Inureste the malady. You know this by your own 
eNperlcni'". .till? thi- opposlle effect is what >"mi 
n»-»Ml. 

Wlijii ih'-i\ -lii.iild U> d'lii'- lo c'liri' if 
A. Wrili- lo Mull's ljrap<' Tonic Ci. ■.'17 :l.l 
Avenue, Koi-k Island. III., who will send you :i 
free bottle of Mull's Orape Tnnii;and instructinns 
how lo potltively cure Contllpatlun and in tin- 
Shortest spsoe or time. No other n-medy hn* 
before been known tDcureConslipation positively 
unrt permnii'Mitlv. 

1, >. Wh.ii IS >(iiH sOraiH' Toiiii- • 

A. Il Is It (irape Coiiipoutid IliM ' X' rl« a pe- 
I'liliir hctilirib: iiiItu'MiC'' tiji^ii th'* int'sliiies, 
streniiihi'Min;; the iiiiiscli'S uf lln' :ilim''ilturv 
canal no ihai they I'un do tlivir worli uiinldea. 
Till' pro(yas it iiradual but »ar: It is not u 
pliysie. II it unlike anjthlna else yon have ever 
usnl, but It cnri's Constip itloii. llnvink' a rii'li, 
fruity Krajie llavir. it is p|fas:iiit lo 'nL". 

y. \Vher<' i-an Hull's IJrape Tonii:lx' liail : 
A. Your drtiKKlat aella it. The dollar liottle 
.' MiiaiiiH nearly three timoa th<> M)«ent sUe, but 
ii loa writ!.' roUAV you will reoelve the ilrtt 
>,otiir fr 'i. with inatfwstloM, This test will 

prove Its » orth. 



UNDER MUTHERN IKIES. 

One of tha moat mcoeMfnl playe to be pve- 

sentpii in our city thin poa.ion is 'Tniier ."south- 
ern Skies." whiuh will appear at the Washing 
ton Opei.n-house on Thursday, February 2d. 
"Under Southern Skiea," ia from the pen of 
Ixtttle BlaIr Parker, who alao wrote "Way 
Ii'uvn K.i.Jl " The ntorv of the play is :i very 
strong anil intt!re'<tin); one, and i.s one that is 
peeoliarly ,-' iuthi>rn. Its characters are dii- 
tlnct typea of Soutkem people, many of them 
being highly diverting. A Hallowe'en cele- 
bration and pumpkin dance .ire among the neat 
attractive features of tha perfonnaneab 



Put on Ayer's and be proud of your hair 

A little pride is a good thing. Then why be contented with 
thioi eerafgly hair? faded, tray hair? Put on Ayer'a Hair 

Vigor and have long, thick hair; beautiful hair, without a single 
£rt^in^^jt^^Kee^^oun£^^iavc^Ju^ 



J. C. AytrCo.. 
Lowell, Mm. 



FIFTH WARD 

pOAL 

V.^ ELEVATORS 




NEW YORK 
AT YOUR DOOR 

We exbiMt M oar MayavHie ill 

nranoh r* 

THE ELECTRICAL PUNol 

OpsMtad by atootrlolty. 

THE PIANEHE 

Oporated by aprtitK motor, | 
and that ftrenteat ot all mod- 

em ill vciitioiiH, 

THE AUTO-PIANO 

r|M>ii which A rhilil, ti- iiiK <>f 
prarslce, can iiiHtaiitly plity tht- 
iiioHt diflicultaeleottoiie <>i' iix- 
(»ld niaatera. Praotlon it* >i<-vi-r 
a burden when the monotony 
may be varied thua. The icreat- .y. 
oHt |M>HNil)l<> nid to pnuMcr. ]) 
ivai'ii)-.. |ifrt'«('t time. Aide in- 
Ut|ii I'l.Uion. 

The SMITH & NIXON ]| 
PIANO CO. 

I XHIBITINO AT 



WNin RAUCE 

MAVtViUE, Kt. 



An Unequalev 

A Bale of ibe riffbt aouda at the ri^bt time. 
Now In the time to oo yowr awmmar aawtoVi Md 

barKain pricea: 

Another ca»r ofthe now (hmoaa MmHh Bc jd.. Wi. 

All lOo MumliMH »«' yard. 
Canihric, n<,' for tho Iciiiil. 

lioniiclolliH, ,\ainMM>fcH, plain aiMl i h*><'ki-<], IVi-sian i 
Ac, all at a poaitive HavinK to you. IT the price U the aam. 
(band r 




3^' 



« 'The Finest Liov 
P Embroideries in i 

New and bandaome atyleai aee tbem. Kmbeoidwlaa at Bo, i 

IO<'. Kmhroiderlett at lOc, worth 1.1c. BmbtoidaHaa « iac. wort 
I'rettieitt New <>ln|chama in the city. Of oownw, yoa kJHHV tb* 

color* or they would not l»e on Mie here. 
Winter GcmmIs at re4luce<l prl«-e. 
Save on your pur<'haHe«; buy ol' 

ROBT. L HOEFiCH, 



Sole Agent 



211-213 Mtffcct StTMl, 

For Aaaerioan Beaatjr CoraMa, 

Soroala Bkirta. 

Boater Brown StookinRB 

and Standard Paper Patiema, 



The Big 4. 



PiCARD'S 

SNOW-WHITE 

CRE.AM 

I'or chapped handa and fhoe la 
an ideal toilet preparation. Bclofc 
made miller our own Hupervinion we 
can thiirouKhly roconiiiieiid it tu de 
what wc claim. For chapped skin it 
baa no equal. GIovcm can be worn Im* 
mediately after appi.vinK. PtoanPa 
Snow Wblta Cream ia excellent lo aae 
afker abavlnit. 

PRICE 25c Per Bottle. 

JOHN C. PKCOU, 

PHARMACIST. 



Don't Stop 



To 
Ask 



Horn ilean btdoae: jDtlonm^rtKhtaloaj'aMl gat tb« goodt. Haeh opportanitie* are aaMaai ff- 

wntri to yon of (retllna IlIGII-ORAnR OOODR at iDoh Kmarkably low prtnet. 

^ JUST look: 

2 oana S-poand Standard Tomatoea IBe 

2 cans S-pound Standard Applea 15c 

2 oana .t-pound Van Camp'a Pnmpktn 15c 

2 cana 3*pound Van Catnp'H Hquaxh . 15o 

2 cauH 2-pound Van ranip'n Sinetl I'l-ui. IBe 

2 cana 2-pouud Van Camp'a If^stra 8ilted Fea« BBc 

1 can S^aoand Baltlaaora Peeled Peaobaa lOo 

U cana iH.poond Corliaa Baking Powder IBc 

a paokaireK Rest Kvaporated Applea 15c 

t aaliOO Kiivcr Thread Kraut lOc 



t MOk Very Itest Table Potatoes 15c 

.A mw oaaeH of Van Camp't) Extra 4 -pound Whole Packed To- 
matoew left, worth in any market 15c, they go at ...11c 

.My l»il Inviilw i.f ihnM' Kwra K»ih-t Ofx-n K"ti!> M<.li4«»e^ )u»t lii. Tli.-y |fi' at 'he siirpriii. 
iDiily low prior of iFh\ rill' iiiHliu rmt i hH»t, U\ tine Ul< udrd c'offws nrr tin talk of the town. 
Tbejr ilin (ID Hi IV. Jiv ,1 "I Sn mom y in thi'm t<r meat the prlws, hul tlipy urf ^rapa for you, 

FINKfiT Ti;.\s ih ijli' I n rilv frrini thp iniport.Ts. ('an t Ik' riiualed in Maynv illr, i iiher in price 
nr<|U«lity. HERKl:< TlDN FLOITR alwaya Riven »aii»ffti'tlon. If you want tlic tjeiit at all Uinea 
(Ibii't hay any other braiiil. V'>u know I would not sell ii :.nd reoommend It for tiilMn year* oob- 
tiiiiioutly If It wai not what I rlalm for it- alway. tha twn. Tboae extra Boe fall oateb HAOKBBSL 
HD- aoloK like faot rakei Joit becauia tliey ate woat I recommaad tbem lo be— tb« SsMt that aaa ba 
boiiabt. RflBenhar, I fuarantee eTcrytbiag I Mil to be Joat at iceeainiandcd. If I tellyoa aa arti- 
cle Is tb« bMt, and jrou Snd It it not, rctara It aad aat yoar ntoacy back. At tb« •itraaMy low arlaaa 
I bave aaiaad on that* goodt 1 meat atk ay eattomata to pay eatb wkaa iliay wiah ta taka adraataaa 
of tlieprleai. 

R. B. LOVEL, 

THE LEADING GROCER, 



Wholesale and Retail. 



Telephone 8d. 



Tha foar-year-old son of John D. Hart, a 
Bath county fanner, was fatally burned by bis 
clothing c atching Are from an open g rata. 

Fire haadrad tobacco growers «f Baadaraoa 

county pledgH L'.27'.8i)0 ponrdn of their 1904 
cr«p to the Hui Iry Tub.iK 1 1 ir'ii^rrs'Asiiociation. 



./ mill /'ii, '" / »•»«. 



L.T.GAEBK£&CO 

Kfi'kU supply >>r ih>- l''>> i|u:ilii> of ooal. Oive 
a inat ord'-r M c xmII Mlt.i bundle all kiada of 
IWd. SlaMi' fKiui free. I'bi>u>- UIO. 



Mrs. cC> Pai^is. 

JltHllinery, 

J^kphbtf Ifo. 198. 



f 



Jii.l rvoeivvtl.aeurlottd of 
liao and thni<*-ply 



Felt Roofing 

III tUi- \ery Iihui i|ualltT. To make II 
go i|ulck we will iell || at a very 



W. H. RYDER, 




Dr. .S. J. M.tthews, one of ^^raw? connty'a 

oldeot phytician.''. di.-d atMaylield. 

— J 

AnnouncemMts. 

.lu,nounctttunt4 fur tily ofii-t, m; lount^^uf. 
cti, ti: ttat t oj^i, ti p- C'lM* to a tlrancf. 

REPVBLIVAS TICK nr. 



MJH.1I.TR4TK 

Wearr .luihoriied to aonoance J.VMl.h Si KW- 
AST aa a Kepubllcaa oandldate for Masiatraie in 
tbe Kint Magitttrial Dittrlot. compritlag tin 

l*ir>it. !!^or.d and Tbird Wards Id (hit city, at it" 
Noveml'.'r ••it-<>tion, IWft 



UHMOVJtATU TlrKKT. 





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|lKKAI.a LitOVC, I. O. o. r. 
I KeKiiliir lueeiiujt of DeK:ill> I,<x1-e No. Vi, |. O. 
O. K, III 0<-Kalb Lodgis Mall .it t iki this cvenlag. 
I LiMiK.N WiioDa, N. O. 

I John W. Tbooipaon. Secretary. 



Hi'CUiar iiieeiini; .'f Mi.li^.vf O'lmcil Nu. n. l(. 'if 
I P., t..iiiiihtat7;'lii' -I'.-l; :ii l.t). K. M. \\i2»ain. 
! rornrr S^fond and ••uiioii siri'ct*. 
i Bvery member i> r'-tiimied tu be pKMot. 
I Mixa Kathakivk Scuwaara, Poeahontas. 

\llu Jeiiete Rauii-y Kei.per of Recordt. 






HWW.NtTil. I.N. 

ranm 4 GIIMMM88 

FUNUAL OIIECftn. 



YOUR MOHEV ENTITLES VIU TO 

THE BEST 




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Jimaeaead ftrtm. ItAXMWnLM. Kit 



DK. LANDMAN, 
CSNTKAL HOTEL, 
TUURBOAT, VKH. i, \«ih. 



State NatkHiai BaDk, 

tF UYSviuE.-inr. 



jt mmrrKMAL MAirwivm mvMUtmi 



ratataeet. 

(laaa.o. MAKK, jaa.a.xia 



1 



WE HAVE IT. 

^'HT'Su WELLS & GOUaHLM. 



NEW TELEPHONES! 



To Siilinerilicrit— The folloiviiiK mtuiet ar-; in.it 
Id our Directory, tbeie tclephonea having beea iu- 
italled tliice Iti puhllpatlon. Pleate patia on Ike i 
iQilde of front i?uver of your book and call always ' 

by niinilH'r. 

XtS .\mericiin Tobacco Compaoy. 

TV Cllnti' T. D. .S.. Renideaae, 

4 I'loooev. A., .Jeweler. 

lOB l'«bb, John. Kealdene*. 

«a UeBolt. R. 8., Aberdeen. 

:»4 Oeliel, C. Rd.. Reiidence 

IW Uoudman. B. W.. Retiden.-e. 

M llalDHne. r. A . SK.re. 

, 3ia Hall. Iir«. N. S.. ReaUtenoe. 

71 llartlinir .Siniona, Qioeara. 

9M Muae, J I)., Kealdaaaa. 

SM Public Library. 

^11 Newell, C. D.,RaitdeDr«. 

374 L.. W. RobettaoB, Ratldanoe. 
Pb later, Tboaua R., Betidaaaa. 

r> Pcynti, C'harlet H., Reiidaaaa. 

:n« KIclteton, Mlatea. Reaidenee. 

1» I'raxel Oo.. K. H., w<<oim1 telephone, 

too Waahla^D Omra bouie, Ikit OOoe. 

tWS Watioo, Mr*. Maria. R«tUl<Dr. 

.»« Wood. I iatenoe 1,.. Re«Jdftn>- 

MAVUfJUl TEUBMINI/ St. 





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<Viit\T iiKlil lI I NITKII W'OaKMKJi. 

A. o. r. w . vmi: iik i ! I his evening ui ;:U0 



ut siiDon Ni'lkon'-i »n KiMkuid ilrret. 

Kma.sk AaaaraoNH. II. W. 
R, H. Wallace, Rii>or(ler 



BONE FOR 8000. 



.\o NeeU r«>r Any .Hayaville (luin^rer to 
Pear That It Will Retarn. 



The pain oftan retamt to the achiaf bjick 
« liin yon think you are rid of if. No fear that 
I' vill retjrn ;i;;ain after u-'ing PoanV Kidney 
PilU. Thi» rein>.'dy makea bad baokfl well aad 
weak backt strong and kaaps them. The taati. 
mooy of people who hava tried them proves the 
troth if thii Htatement. You '-an r.-.mlily 
verify iht> truUi jf «urh tc.-itimony a* the fijj- 
lowing: 

John Walliagford, living at tha comer of 
Commerce and Eaat Second street, UayKvillc. 

Ky.. says 

"1 first, Usui [loan's Ki.liiry I'llls in ai, 
they stopped an alt ick of back.vhe, whirh hi: I 
annoyed ir.e fur siiric timt- .My wife at tliat 
time Rav- for piililicalion in >nir I^x'sl papers .i 
; statfin.-nt tellinj;of thi-jfreal Ininclit I hid iii> 
I rived from fiounV Kidifey PilU, and now, some 
live year.s luii-r, I oan say that tbe oure tb«n 
i!lfavtad has b<Mn complete and permanent. 
My back and kidneys have never given me th.> 
least reuse for complaint. Mrs. Wallini^'fo 1 
slsj appreciates the ralaa of Doan's Kidnoy 
' Pills from paraoaalezpariaaca with them. She 
sttfferad laeat acotaly with backache, eapacially 
at night, and Poaa's Eidnay Pilb proapUy aad 
thoroughly curad har.* 

Forsalahyalld a alaia. PrieaSOeaataahai 
roatar-MIIbQniCo.,B«falo,N.T.,telo agaiMa 
for tha United States. 

rtha aama— Doan's— aad tako aa 



lOUSTT M li'.K. 

\\- jr. jiilUurlMd to ann'miic.: i IIAi;Ll.^ 1>. 
NKWRLLuta oandidats for County J udso ol Ma- 
son cuunty. snb]eot u> tht actios of tbe t)rm«- 
cri'ie party. 

•HSHIfP. 

\\v ire auilu.riii d -i' ann' ' la- .I.Ks. .MACKKY 
m a<-<tndidate f. r Sh.TilT. > 'i W. II. MiMSkqy of 
the West Rnd and J. H.Clark 'f Maysliok at Dvp- 
nttes, subject to tlie action of the Demeeratic 
P«")' 

• orfiTT rLsaa. 

We UT" .'iil'liurued to :lli!K'linae l'T...VRKSCE 1. 
WOOD Jit « candUtaie for ••l»etioB to tbe ofUiw 
of t'ounty t'lerk, siitijcei ;o the a.'tiim of tbe I)«'io 
eetatlR party. 

airaaamTATivB. 

We are authorised to anaoaaoe tbe Hon. VIK* 
CilL. MrKNIGlIT a* a candidate for re-ele«tiOB at 
RepreMntaiive of Maton county in the Keatneky 
t/Cffistature, subject to thA action of the Demo- 
nrallo party. 

cot'MTT AtToaaaT. 

, We are anUiorlxed to anaoUBOt' rilOMAS i>. 
SLA TTFTKY aa a candidate for County Attorney 
tubjeet to the action of tbe Democratic party. 

i ' ■ 

Bl rKlll>TK!<l>I.NT 0»' tlllOOl - 

We ;ire auth' ri.-'d to annonnee C. 1>. WKI-I." 
aa a caudidikt.t for r-..'leotlon at Sapwiateadi n- 

of Schools for \\ imoM t ninty. subject to tbe aati>' 
of the Oemoistatiu puny. 



lAILKK. 

\\.' ar-' .iiiil. ru^ i •.. announce W. W. MclL.' 
V.VIN at a candiilnii' t.ir the nominatioa tor 
Jailer, tnhjei't lo the aiMion of the Democratic 
party. 

"l.'M.li. 

We are auiborii.ii to :iunoiiiuv liKoKoK \V 
ORR at u candidate for l>oroner. tubjeet to the I 
toMoB of I he Dtmoeratia party. ) 



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(i:W&. lu 8:)h | as. 

\ II eieept v,irHlny. 

CHESAPEAIE AM Vm 
■ARWAf. 

l uM- nkU la jmm si^- 

ROUTt^^^ L»AVE aiTeVILlS. KT. 

lu. l>aily. for Watbinit'on. New%ork 
lid \ irj^inia puiota. 

a:V> .1. 10. - Dally, loeal for Hlnloa: raa* only 
lu liuutingtun on Sundays. 

1:16 p. m.-Ually. V. K. V. for Waahkngtoa. Now 
York and VirzinU point*. 

3:3li p. m.— Week day*, lopai lot HaatiMttoo. 

Cincianati snd Maysviile A<vi>ii,mndMlon. a 
-rivet 8:15 p. m. week day». 

t'i:15a.u.. |ij,.v for t^neinuaii hr.d tbe W«tt, 
with tbroojfh l'u>liiiMn« for Cl.ioaKo uiid »<t. I.nnis. 
0:00s. ia.--Uaily, l<x-ai f. -run'iniiHii 
3:n p. m.-Daiiy. K. V. V. «> t. iii>.-iiinati. .tob- 
nectlDS fff Ifi" West .mil Saiihwem 
5:30 u. m.- Wecli d»y». ioci.l for < in'-inuaii 
1:15 p. iii.- We.'W iia}>. i. . «; for i niciiinati. 

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mwniT vm am t iuckeit/ 



OndnnatI, LexSngton, Ch 
Knozvllle, Ashevifle, Ch 
SavMsiaht AtlanUy Jac( 
Biniiii«fuuii» NcwCM^^ 

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PUBUCl^l^LEDGER 



H^ysviUa iOeather 




TMM LMDOMM ytMB 



WhUe Btr««m«r— VaIB; 
JK««-mAi3i or utowt 

t iMtrm-tmfU wabku crow 



If Mocik'f D0t«b0WBnooiiMiff*««UlM. 
— 'r%» atov* /or»co*l or* ■»•<«« ;»»r • |MnM O) 



tkl L«wu Coanty Grand Jarv retarasd tix 
I, all being for ntiddeiDeanor esMpt 



■ I 
ttr. W. R. Vtriu of Claelitati tm to 

ohy yesterday. ■ I 

Mr. and Mn. Andrew W. &Uia of Ciaoimti 
are visilton hore lodajr. I 



Mr. Lm F. Oovins loft this oiomiBK for Cia- 
cinntl to trHaoa* "Bm Hv." 



Mr. Joseph l owi-r hait bMn 
davK in I.PNin^'tun with frienda. 



iit. WUl Cook of Ciaoiaaati waa bar* Sua- 
day riaMif kit tnk, Miia Jaaia Cei«Uta, aad 
iaeUeataHx 



MldD 

m m m 



Udy SufTered TorturM wWi Hclifnf 
Scalp Humor — One Box of Cuti- 
cura Ointment and One Cake of 
Cuticura Soap Cured Her. 



Charley Kakarta wUairifaa JotetJanwy 

30tb. I 

Iiaae N. Woodirard «f Cirmit Court feae j 
will tell tha paopi* how ha loaraad it JMmary 

30U. ■ 

Griflja Morphy. formerly of thia city, ha< 

b»>t>n appoiiiti'il to a nituatioo Witk tho C. ani ' 
t). Railwa y at Coviagton. j 

There were 31 at the cottage p r y amaating 

held last iiiKht at the home of Wk John C. 
Everett io W-H Thir l >tr«M. ' 

Charles G Lytle's larm of IT.t iiores near 
Painriew, Flemiog county, li.nteJ with .lobn 
Daley"* agaaoy, was aold Monday to John W. 
Spoaear o f tha aaiw coanty. 

After the ball and all bill* paid the KniKhts 
Teaiplan had a balance left of 1147.65. The 
amOQBt will be iacmasad to aa avaa 9160 aad 
the <>nt{r ■ sum diapaaaad inaaalBtiBg tha worthy 
poor of tii)> city. 

Thia inm will go far in relieving diAtre-s.' 
daring tha oioath of Fabmary, ooo of t^o ae- 
Taraat of tha wiatar, and ia which aid ia always 



WILL NEVER BE 

WITHOUT CUTICURA 



**Uf acalp waa covered w4tta, little 
ptuples and I suffered torturea from 
the itching. I was scrutchinj; all day 
and nlKlit, ami I couM grt no rest. I 
washed my head with hot vvulci ntiJ 
Cuticura Soap and then applied the 
Cttticura (lintiiietit na n dresoin^;. One 
bo«of Cutii in .1 ( >iiitiiu III .lud one rake 
of Cuticura Soap curetl nic. Now my 
head is entirely clear and xaj hair is 
groningaplcndidly. I bnve tiaed Cnti- 
con 8(Mp ever since, and ahall aerer 
bewithotitit. (signed) Ada C. Smith, 
JpfOtaod St.. Jersey City. K. J." 



Charlea L. Whal)»v, a«ei a prominent 
farmer and breeder of line citttle, died at Cyn- 
thiana and hia reaalaa warn latamd yMlMday 
«t MiUarnH wg. 

T«l NOOtlER BIRL. 
• in* tftiitglUt* Sun. 

' Tke Hoosier Girl' appeared at tha Grand 
Opm^MOse last evening for her trai tina ia 
tUa city. Here's hoping she'll como back. 
Wm Kate Wataon u 'Roxana Peabody' i» ibu 
Hooai r girl. Mian Watson'e malcenp ia later- 
aating aad ber aetiag in keeping. At times it 
■earn that she 'ont-Hopkinses .Sis ' i^he an 
artiat. The story ranning through 
<jirr ia swaet aad pretty, with an aimasptmre 
of the rtral, and it can be said that it ia really 
ODSof themoBt <>nj > ,>ble attraetioBa Spring- 
MA baa had this .< -.ison." 

Aft the Opera-boa^e Wedaaaday night Seats 
a«p aa aala at Ray's. 



Mr. Janes T. Davis, Sr., for sixty years 
Treasnrer of Bonrbon Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., and 
one of Paris's oldest settlers, died yesterday 
momiBg. after a long illaeas of Bright's 
I diseaae. He i* xarvired by a widow aad three 
I children. Daring Mr. Davis's incombency of 
I offlce he only missed one meetini; of bis Lodge 
and that was once daring th<^ Civil War when 
j th« maetiog was aaspendad. Be was the last 
Uviig charter maaber of the Paris Lodge. 



••M — w e< SIM. 

The rea4»n ot Uils paper wlU he pleased to 
I ' sc i that there li at least one oteaded diseaae tbai 
•oianee ha* been able toeoie la all its stanes, and 

that U Caurrb. II*ll's I'atarrb Cure U the only 
iiositlveeaio now known to the medioal rraternity. 
Catarrh being a eonstliatlonal diaease, revtutret a 
oonstUutlonal treatment. Hall't Uatarrb Core la 
taken Intrrnally, acting dlieoily npon the blood 
and muoou* »urraoe* ot the system, theieby de- 
stroylnathi! fnuridatlon u( thedlteaM.aodyiviag 
'lie pHLK i ' >tn-iiirili l>y I'lilldmic U|> the 0>>nsvttu. 
i jti aiiU ii^^isiin^ imturv lu doiiiK Us work. Thi> 
proprietor* bitve i>u moub (aiih in its ruratlve 
power* that they offer One Hiinttml [Killars for 
any ras-* thit it fulls l.iour«'. Si-nd fur likt of lef . 
tini'mial*. 

i Afdr ->» V. .1 <UKN KY A I'O., Toli do (J. 
SoM l'> nil l>riik't!i>i». 7.V:. 
Take llall'* KHUiily I'lll* for constipation. 



CUTICURA GROWS HAIR 

Crusted Scalps Cleansed and 
Purified by Cuticura Soap 

Aasisted hy light dressinps of Cutl- 
cora, the great a It i n r u r c . This 
treatment at once etups tailing huir, 
removea crusta, acalea, and dandruff, 
deatrojrs hair pai-aaitca, aootbea irri« 
tated, itching aorfacea, itimnlates the 
hair follicles, looaena the aralp akin, 
•applies the roota with energy and 
aoariahment, and makeii the hair Krr>w 
apoa a sweet, wholesome , healthy 
•ealp when rU else fails. 

Complete external and internal 
treatment for every humour, from 
pimples to scrofula, from infancy to 
afre, consistinR of Cuticura Sonp, 
Ointment, and Pills, may now be had 
of all drug^rists for one dollar. A 
single set is often sufiicicut to curt 
the most distressing cases. 

CbHcmt* R*", tl»f lit, llqttlil ini Id iho Inmi M rho«»l*t« 
C.'att-il l*in«. '"mil iiift t.Mnin.'iit. »iifl f utli-i,T* Snun iir« 
•nl, tttrnuBh<nil fti.- w,iil'l I'nltrr I>riiK \ f iu-ni. Corp., 
137 Culuinbu, .V%r , Ho<tuli, Sitlf Prt,pri,,ti>r«. 

of-srnil fur ••llitw hi Cur* LxTjr Humour," *nd 
"lliiv. 'Ij ■■ r. tiMlhil lUtr. • 

Mr. Charles V aUkM- la oat, after a few 

days illne«B. 

The MiU Soeie^ of the Third Street M. K. 
Chorch will meet with Mrs. McDaoiel tomorrow 
afterneoa. 

The Bsptift Churoh of Richmond, in reco^- 
niiion of the splendid services of its Pastnr. 

the Rev G. W. Shi'i a -i. has decided to send h m 
8hro;id in Inly h.h it-" ropresHiitative to t e 
w.'fl'i's I' >i ferenc« of Baptists to be held in 
London, England, that month. 



Henry 
Watterson's 
Letters 
From Europe 

Will Be a 

Leading Feature 
ef The 

CourierJouroal 

Dariug 1905. 

THRBK WILL BE M.tXY OTIIKR .vTTRACT- 
rVE DKPABTIIKXTS M.t fiOtX(i TO MAKE 
A COJfPLGTK NI WH'M't i: 

MAIL RATES. 
DAILY CBORIER-JOURNAL ONE YEAR $6 
MILT All tVHBAV DIE YEAR 8 
VWlTMimi 1 

CO. 



The Tote of Uias Birdie Bisaet Walsh in The Dr. S. U. Wortbington of Vemail «», for 

CepaereialTribnae'sBaropean trip eoateat DOW merly of this oouoty, baa been elected Presi- 

ataada at 2,114, while Miss Erion of Angnsta dent of the Woodford Coanty Medical Society 

baa 148 votee. for the ensuing year. 




Globe-Wemicke "BlMtic" book 

cases are of such convenient size 
that it becomes a very easy matter 
to convert a barren wall space into 
an inviting and attractive cosy 

corner where one's favorite books 
are always within reach. 

I'OK SALE BY 

JOHN I. WINTER. 

MAVSVIUE, KV. ' 



LOUISVILLE, KY. 



1 



THK l.Bl>on loaida la 
aii.iiixi 11 thotevmrltwywye*'! 

of til* people. 



The Globe- Wernicke Co. have ar-rangbd fur exhibition 
space at the White Palace, and henceforth will »-xhibit there 
a full line of their Desks, Elastic Bookcases, File Oabloets, etc. 
Please call and let us give you one of their catalogues and 

wholesale price lipts. 

WHOLESALE PRICE. PREIQHT PAID. 

Set up in your home or offlce free. 



Jh6(dhit&PalaG^ 



WE 8IVE OLOBE STAMPS. 




No Charge/ 



HthwrHtem'-'tfi ui<l«r 
ia«A««d<)H7> »r •■ If ftp 
Wtanled," "wrii-i/i'int 
WWaa.** " tMT* ami " Ihtntd," mt4 no rTi-rrdttig 
Otrrr timi <n ten0^^. ore rXKK «• oU. 

A«T< 



KMiiy rcjMnKoM «i ar* Mcesieey <e saMi>« wAat va« 
ir-cfMiMnMsiNtoii %»tti*tm$mmpm 

9o. to Knit 

j^<(p fttonnd. 



tSU ktm mm t, tul tmrrtHtne 

See Wnej, lerenM eoe* (luerHen, ar SS asMlt a«M(*. 



WANTKD-QIRL— To 
hoMawork, Ho washtag or lfo^i|^^^ai 



West TMrd atteet. 



\ir ^f TKD - I. \ 11V OR aESTLCMAN -Otfalr 
* V education tn imvel for a trm of H60,00O 
capital, tialary {1,073 par year and eipense*. 
pnid weekly. AddiMS wtth staap J. A. ALBX> 
.\ .VUKK. Ilayivllle, Ky. )an>l8t* 



7 AKTEI>-rOOK BTOVK-Oood sieonnd band 
No. B. AddroK -HH K««t Klfth itrcM-t. 

JiitiSI tw_ 

VVANTEU -OOOD COOK -N'. xasblnB. Ap- 
VV plT to Mrs. .1. W. WATSON, Mo. W West 
sciond street JanIS iw 



for Jafo. 



Avt liMt, 10 rruU each intrrHon^ or SS ctnti a werk. 



IpoK.SAl.K-VVAKSOSU— fi. A. R. Coinradi'*, 
Tonev Pastor's old war sona, "Suiiir uf all 
Sont:*:*' H'allads M eaob ur 13 for MX. Jast the 
iliiiitf for O. A. R. teunlnns, celebrations and 
( MinpSrea. Seat by ntalt postpaid. A. S. COLE, 
I'-nruTKy. janlOIW 



TjKiI'SM.i: riWd (i.KMl .troiiiidlmrid s(|iii«tT 
r putii.. .Viiplv iM Mm. II i; S11.\KI'. Ivi.l 
S<'i'onil ntn-t-i. or i<> Mr. hll AKI* at State NatUmal 
littiik. Jams In- 



eCOSf. 



^deerMsfassnls «mil«r thU aenrfO p irvtrrxd /dm.' 
mt a d asi l i n rs fmutftimitA ih* evpn- 



L08T-MALTR8R KITTEN-Thnrsday nlithl, 
from the resMeaee at tbe Uankof Maysvllle. 
R> turn to FI/>BENCB HARBOUR aad be aalta- 
hl y rewarded. lawW Iw 

I (1ST GI.OVKS Patrol while Bolf i;lov.'« at 
li OpiTH Ikiiii,,' Friday nlaht. TlfHHf return 
t o tills iillloe. jBiilK l« 

LO.ST-WAT(.'H KOB— Monday ni(flit. Utwcen 
Market street and Watklnk's pnnd. a leather 
watch fob and rina off a Rotd watcb. Finder 
l>l<-siie return 10 this offlnn. JanUlw 



found. 



AdvtrttirmenU undrr thU hradi'i t msrt Sd A«a>' 
tut advertiurt nvttt /um««A (Ae cvfiy. 



(Ill Went Secoad 



FOCM) A DOdll K r.Y 
«ir'>i-i. Ap|ily m i>ni<'i'. 



L'^OrM)— COAL SHOVKI> "111 imm" r l.irii-. 
F nlone street. Owner run ^" i ^-.ww frMni 
CARU HArDER.IU4Limc.Hini,,, Mr. , i. II lv> 



FnoUND-SHAWUi— At Charity lull ot K, T., 
two wlilte abawls. Owners oan get same by 
1 1 1 1 ng at Berkley 's Shoe Store, Janlt I w 

GEORGE H. TRAXEL, 

PRACTICAL PLUMBER, 
GAS ^ STEAM FITTER. 

PRICES REASONABLE. rxo-e i«7. 



Good Printing Cheap i^ 
«F CH«ap Printing Oood 

DAVIS 





MAYSVILL£, KY. 



Work Domm Wh»m Piwmlaud, 



GOOD 
CLEAN 
COAL I 

Coal that auita. i*leaaee 
everjrbodT, Inolndtns the 
bonaewtflBt tbe onok and 
Um naaa wiw par* tk* 
ooalbUta. Vkraload. 



and CBKKtiVtm 

AfrrntM Tor the flsmOM 
AlalHMtpr Plaiiter. Writ* 
or call or telephone 

MAYSViLLE 

COAL CO, 



PILES 



CURIUi«irHOUUNIFE. SOPAIN. 

Du. C. .M. F?ECKLE1L 

l«PK4-|.«l.l«T ■!« THR4TMr.!«T vr 
BiM'TAL. DIMRAMKMor ^KN and W<»1 

Hciiirs.W to S. 7 IO ft: siiTiilnvt u to 18, ' 
IBS? M 

SU m. Blahtb «S..«na««aMMt, 



im. 



CMOtinian, Jan. 33. 
OATTU. 

Oood to ohoica shippers 14.0005.00 

Eitra. 4,804(6.00 

Uutober steers, good to oholee.... 3.WC* Ml 

Extra 4.aoai.75 

CommoD te fair..,.».M..~~. t.omn^'b 

UeLlera,foodtoeholes.„...> 3.4U(it3.i>u 

Kitra. _ 4,t»a4.2,'i 



l.'5^.3f> 
3.«603,l-^ 

l,3&03.riU 
l.»0O2,S0 



Common to fair. 

Uowt, good tooholos...., 

Eitr»..........„..„., 

Common to fair.. 

SoaUwaga 

Bulli, bolognas 8.Tfi03.'J,=S 

CAivaa. 

Extra. ^...tiAOH'i.bO 

Kalr to Kood „...«..«...... e.28®7 

Uommon and large 4.UOi£6 .sii 

HOO» 

Svloi't.'d. medium and heavy .4 70® 1.7. s 

0"<«l to choloe paokef...... 1 lOKfljl.NS 

Miiisl piiokiTs l.ik'<tl 

Min:« J.T.Vi{.i..'>0 

LoiijiiK:!! t>, ch' ice h>'»vy kowit... K.T.'Kgl.SU 

Linlit nhipix Ts 4.'.W^i .V, 

I'iiri — 110 lt>k !iuri I.OOai *i 

SHICP 

Kxtra 

Cioi>d 1(1 r.hoic" 

I JiiinniiiTi to fair . 

I.AMBS. 

Extra IlKhl (at butchers . 
Caixid to choice heavy ....... 

I Common to fair 



II 

.18 

II 



OHM 
O 

o 

. 

lu oi:: 
. II Ql:! 



...V'.axn.'t.w 
... i.,'>'>,ti i«i 
.... (li 

...r.ooaT I-.-. 

... T.lfXitT .Vl 

... i.r.T(a7.io 

FLOUa, 

Winter patent m.iyiOe.Kli 

Winter fancy 5.3iOS. 10 

Winter ramily „ 4.88^,70 

K.i i ru .....M..... » S.SBOt'lB 

Low tirade 8.aOt.<W 

fiprlDf: patent 8.80OS.45 

Sprlntt ranoy 5.IOO*.II(' 

Sprlnfi family 4.80O6.UU 

Bye, North western 4.III04.:K 

Bra, oltj..... 4.aoa«.M 



BOM. 

Presh neat-by atook, found lots. 83 

Held stoek, las. ol 13 

Ooo«e.....„...M.»._>..>«^ 30 

Duck ^^^..^ 18 

MUUtBT. 

Sprtngen... 
Eryer.«.MMM.M«.M 

Hens,_ 

Rocs ten .M.. 

Ducks, old 

Spring turlcpyi . 
Oeese, per doien, 

WUAT. 

No, 2 red winter...^ 1 20®! ?-J 

No. 3 red winter I in®! 14 

Ko.4 red winter I OOOl 06 

Bajsetsd MO M 

CORM. 

So. 1 white 47 4ft 

No. a white mixed 47 C 

No. 8 white 46H#. 

No. 8 yellow 47 tt47K 

No. S yellow., 46Ma4< 

No. 8 mUad 47 O 

No. 8mUed 4AHO 

Rtjeolsd ^ 40 •4B 

Whttoear. m...».. 4d O*? 

Yallowear 48 

Mlaedear... 



I Mn. Mary LiU .Sadller <jied audJenly bf apo- 
piexy Sunday at tbe bone of ber motber, Ilia. 
Sarah J. Uetcalf e, at LooisTiUe. Mra. Mitat 
had been ill for boom thaa, bM wooM tet irive 
np. She ref need to oall a phjaldaa, aAjrlif 
that she wonid Rti all riitht. When the pbjtt- 
ciao waa finally amaBeaad be waa aaabia |e 
save her. Mra. Sadtler waa ban hi 
connty March 8th, 186T. Itr 
been dead many years. 

■iwBimeh TrwaMra aad C— aSlpatiasi. 

■ CliatnN'rluIn".. .>v<n)«.-li and I.iver TalileU aKa 
the licHt (liinit for sloraanli troulilei and (xiDtllpa- 
liiMi I have i'ver told," xayi J. R Cullmaa, a 
ilrii){i;liit <if Iv>il,Tvi;ie, Mlrh. ••Tin y ivre easy tu 
<aki' and alwayi Kive talUfai'tiou. I tell my eaa 
tiiiiirrii tn try thimaml if not satisfactory loooae 
back and Ki't tlieir money, but have never bade 
ooniplaint," V'or sale by all Drnsciit, 



No. a white.. 
No. S wUle.. 
No. 4 white.. 

Rejeelad 

Na t Blxed . 



OATS. 



■ »K« 

»Ha 

38 O 



Na I Blxed 83V03<t 

No. 4 mixed OS3M 

■AT. 

Choloe tlmotby....„....> ll3.MOi:i.OO 

No. I timothy l3.aiOIS.Mi 

No. 8 timothy ll.00(^. 

No. 3 timothy 8.38©10.0ii 

No. 1 clover mixed II.2SCII 

No. 3 clover mixed... _ 10 0COI0.-5 

No, I olover 13.000- 

No.teiover ll.OOO 



I'NiTaii St.«tk* or Aaaaioa, I 
Eantbrm UiHTaiiTT or KaaTOoai. i*^' 
In tilt r'nittd StaUs DUttUt CouH tn «nd for 

SttU IHttriM. 
In the mittler of Charlea .\. i No. i:i4 
Wultbrr, a Raiikriipl. fin llankrupk-v 

NITICE or Fim MEETINB OF OtEIMOat. 

To tbe nrvtlllors <>( Oiurlot A. Wulther of Mays 
ville, In the county of Mason, statv of Hentiickjr 
and Distrust aforoaald. a bankrupt: 

Nutiro Ik lien'by liiven that on tlie IStb day o( 
.lanuary, A. U., IMia, the auid Charles A. Waltber 
witsduly udjuilli'uted bankrupt ; and that tbe flrsi 
iiipctiiig of ••reililors will Ije held at the nfflr«> of 
I'buiuaa K. IMiixI'T, Referee, in M»\avil|p, K> • i. 
the lib day of Keb.. A. l>. IS05. at 2 o cloijk iii tb'- 
afternoon, at »liii-b lime the .^ald iirodltors may 
attend, prove tbeir oiuiiiii. it|i|)oint a Truatee, sx 
amine the bankrupt and trniisaet mich iither busi 
iii'Ks as may urouerlv riimc tx-fun' nuid meeting. 

'THOMAS B. l-lltSTJUl, 

January IWb, IMK, Refere« in HaakMpley. 



REMOVAL!; 



Dr. T. H. N. SMITH. 

HKLIABLB OKHTiaTftT. 
amiovsd tu .Vo. f Wktl MeoMd UtrtM^Strnt M J 
/OS. <«a«l«am'tllni««(«r#. 
a^All work tally anaiaataad. 



vt>y 



Mid-Winter CLEARANCE SALE 



'^ur Grand 
as. Annual 

Our lirfalu Tabitt iU^ 8ft The Ftait of Low Prieo t Is IM|r. The Early Biiyort Got Choioo off Thfto Uiiliiird-oif PHom: 



S SHOES 


49c. 


One Lot of 

MFN'S SI/OFS 


Ik 


One Lot Misses' and Women's 


39c 


One Lot Extra Fine Women's 
Vict Kid, patent tip 


99c 


MEN'S SHOES, 
and pUrin tots, 


99c 


Oiu Lot of Mom's Extra Fim 
Shoes, via and hox calf Imttst 


$1.49 


One Lot U'otHiu's Kid, Patont 


69c 


One Lot f ./ and %^ Womon's' 


$1.99 



YON 



DAN COHEN'S 



GREAT WESTERN SHOE STORL< 



•W. H. NEANS, MANARER. 



i 



v^V- • i> mwm -^^o -^^o 

Inventory Sale! 

Our animal inventory salowiil com mnnre Decemher 27th and 
continue for three weeks. This is an annual event that you know 
all about. There in iiu novelty ahouf it. Nothing senontional 
about it. It ifl simply our way of advertiainx the neceaaity ol not 
oarryinR goods fronn one aeason into the next by sacriflcnig them to 
om- customers while there i8 wearable time ahead. This sale ia oar 

Greatest Bargain Event of the Year I . j 



5 



.And no one but tramps and millionaires can afford to miss it. 
Smart, reflned, «afe Overcoats, suitable to wear anywhere, correct in 
every way. Suits with the popular broad shoulders, hand-made 
throughout, tailored in the same high-grade fashion as all of our 
clothing. Here is a 8uit and Overcoat opportunitT thaljOtt tbould 
not let get away from you with at 1«M( tWO-tblfda ol ttft winter 
weather staring yoa in the laoe. 

J. Wesley Lee, | ) 

The Clothier and Neo*s Furnisher, 

.Serond and Mnrkpf Sfrrrfs. MAYSVIIIf, KY. 



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