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" MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER NUMBER 268. HORRIBLE! The Wife of Mr. James Lashbrooke Brutally Assaulted And Then Fiendishly Murdered By a Black Dem6n-- A Cabin Nearthe Home the Scene of the Deed. Dick Coleman, a Young Negro, Quickly Ar rested and Makes a Full Confession of His Awful Crimes. Unsuccessful Attempt at 3 O'Clock This Morning to, Lyncli the to the Jail Office Battered in, B,ijt Bnitejr-Do.the Mob yas Driven Back. or PARTICULARS OF THE TERRIBLE CRIMES. the way Coleman confessed to the officers near Clark's Station on the L. and N. that he was the guilty man. After Coleman was jailed, he made a xoad' was the scene Thursday afternoon full confession to a number of parties of one the most horrible and most and coolly repeated the details of his horThe home of Mr. James Lashbrooke jf coldblooded crimes ever committed. His wife, Mrs. Mollie Lashbrooke, was brutally assaulted and then most fiendishly murdered by a veritable black demon. A colored farm hand employed by Mr. Lashbrooke reached Maysville about 5 o'clock with the first report of the awful crime. He had been sent to notify the officers. rible crimes. Mrs. Lashbrooke had Bpent the forenoon in Maysville shopping and returned home about 1 o'clock. Her husband, who was on his way to the field where they were sowing wheat, met her at the gate and opened it for her. After talking a few minutes with her ho told her to have Coleman put away the horse and buggy, and then went on to the field. . The news Bpread with lightning rapidity and soon officers and others were hurrying to the scene on horseback and in buggies. In the meantime the brute who had so foully aesaulted and murdered Mrs. Lashbrooke was coolly engaged about his duties in the heme. Deputy Sheriff Mackey, Policeman Wallace and Constables McDowell and Dawson were the first officers to reach the scene. In the kitchen they found Dick Colo-maa young negro, aged about eighteen, engaged in preparing the evening meal. Coleman had been taken in when a mere boy and raised by Mr. Lashbrooke and had been employed in the home for some time as cook and to assist in the general work about the house. Coleman was frying chicken when the officers arrived at the homo. While questioning him they noticed some blood spots on his shirt. When asked to account foe them he said he had gotten them on his clothes while killing the n, In his confession, Coleman says he put the horse and buggy away and then took some packages of goods to the house Mrs. Lashbrooke intended making a visit in Cincinnati next week, and told him she wanted him to make some soap before she left. Sbe requested him to go down to the cabin, which stands about fifty feet from the residence, and get the articles ready and she would be down shortly and give directions. Coleman went to the cabin and was followed shortly aftewards by tho unfortunate woman. As she entered he quickly closed and locked the door. His actions frightened her and with a scream she ordered him to open the door, and ra,n towards H. As she approached, he says he seized a stick and struck her twice on the head. Sho continued her screams and he seized her and placed his hand over her mouth. Tho room shows thero was a desperate struggle between the brute and hiB almost helplesB victim. His hellish purposo was finally accomplished, and the fiend then got his razor and cut hiB victim's throat twice, inflicting one cut five, the other seven inches long. Even after, this she was able to beg piteously for him to let Jier ou,t, promising that she would save hiB life. Finally overcome from loss of blood Bhe sank to the floor unconscious. He went out, but returned la,ter and finding her Btill alive ho got an ax and with one blow crushed her forehead. Such are the details, as given by the fiend, of one of the moat horrjblo crimes on record. It is hardly conceivable that a human being could bring; himself to commit such deede. Coleman coolly repeated, the details. After committing the crime, Coleman remained about tho place. About 4 o'clock, a negro boy, nged ten or twelve, chickenB. Mr. Wallace about this time found Coleman's coat, and in the pocket discovered a razor with some blood on it. Deputy Sheriff Mackey placed the negro under arrest, and turned him over to the other officers while he stepped into the house in response to a call from Mr. Lashbrooke. Messrs. Wallace and Dawson started to town with the suspected murderer, but had gone but a short distance when a crowd of the excited neighbors with shotguns and pistols stopped them, and were preparing to wreak summary punishment on the negro when Mr. Mackey and Mr. Lashbrooke hurried down. The latter requested his neighbors to do nothing hasty, and not to resort to any violence until all doubts were set at rest. This quieted the crowd, and the officers hurried into tho city with their man. On I Agreed With Schurman. Washington, Oct. 5. In his Interview with the president. Admiral Dewey agreed fully with the views which have been expressed by President Schurman concerning the future government of the Philippine Islands. Ho said he favored American control through the medium of a commission or a civil government, but great latitude should be allowed for local government of the 60 or more tribes, so that the admlnls tratlon of affairs could bo adjusted to meet their different habits and condl tions. Fought With Arabs. Paris, Oct 5. According to a dis patch from Ras Jlbutil, on the gulf of troops recently Aden, the landed on the Somali coast and fought near Berbera, on a bay of the gulf of Aden, with the force of an Arab mill who has been proclaimed mahdi by the Hinterland Mussulmans who are Instigating an uprising of the Somas against the Abysslnlans. During the fighting 27 Somalia were killed. Admiral Dowry Alone. Washington, Oct. 5. The absence of the president from Washington and the conclusion of the official festivities left Admiral Dewey practically to himself for the day. He started out REMOVED TO COVINGTON. early for a morning constitutional and took quite a walk through the northDeputy Sheriffs Mackey aud Rolerson Left west section of the city, dropping In Incrvlev With Reltz. Prtorlfy Oct 5. P. W. Reltz, tho on 9 O'Clock Train With Coleman. for a short time at the Metropolitan ciub and returning for luncheon to the Transvaal secretary of state, said: "The Transvaal government Is awaitDeputy Sheriffs Mackey and Boberson McLean residence. ing the next imperial dispatch, which With Visitor's Aid. left on the 9 o'clopk train this morning ought to contain the final proposals o New York, Oct 6. Captain "Ben" Great Britain. The British agent, with Coleman and ere this he is safely Parker, the German emperor's racing Conyngham Greene, has informed me behind the bars of the jail at Covington. skipper, who has been spoken of in the that the dispatch is In course ot prepA crowd, of 400 or. 500- - people followed capacity of an additional captain on aration, but that somo days will Iapso the officers to tho depot, but made no the Shamrock, was greatly in evidence before It will be ready. on the Irish cup hunter on Wednesday "In the meantime the Transvaal demonstration or effort to interfere with His advice to Captain Wrlnge, who forces are mobilizing and going to tho tho officers. held the tiller of the yacht nearly all frontier. The government, however, day Tuesday, assisted materially In has Issued strict instructions to comMrs. Lashbrooke was about thirty-fiv- e keeping the challenger well up with mandos and all other military officers or forty years of age and was a daughter the Columbia. on no account to violate British territory." Several boxe3 of bar gold, which of the late Richard Lee, of near Bector-villArmy Changes. Chicago, Oct. 5. Major William L. were lodged at the national bank ot tho her family being one of the oldest engineer in South African republic, were commanMarshall, and most highly esteemed in this section. charge of United States the government works at deered by the Transvaal government Tho funeral takes place this afternoon at Chicago, has been ordered detached to give the "companies full receipts. The German group offered no objec3 o'clock at tho home. Interment in the from duty here and will relievo Lieutenant Colonel Benyaurd at New York. tion, provided sufficient funds were left Lashbrooke burying-ground- . Major Joseph H. Wlllar,d, who has to pay working expenses. been in charge of the government work They Are All Klfiht. Sympathy For Doors Disapproved. at Vicksburg, Miss., will succeed MaLondon, Oct. 5. An enthusiastic Carllslo Mercury .1 jor Marshall at this point. meeting of Irishmen was held in Km-berlThe St&te Board of Election CommisCambridge, MasB., Oct. 5. Dr. Gal-vl- n under tho presidency of a Messrs. John Harsioners mayor of the town at which resEllis, class of '46, who died In 1883 vey, Jas. B. Long and O. U. Bramblett, and whose will has just been probated, olutions were unanimously adopted excommissioners of Nicholas County. If left to Harvard university $140,000. pressing disapproval ot tho conduct of, all tho commissioners in the Stato act as Most of this sum is to be devoted to the Irishmen who sympathized with, honestly and fairly as will the Nicholas the education of his descendants and the Boers and of tho course of the Irish, County Board there will bo no grounds also for maintaining three professors parliamentary party In extending symfor complaint. Our men are all right. pathy and support to the Transvaal at the medical school. seml-ofllcl- al Indo-Brltlsh named Rose, who works for a neighbor, came to tho house. Coleman says that ho was in tho cabin, and watched Ross as he looked about. Tho latter not finding any one got on a horse and started out in the field. Coleman then hastily left the cabin, locked the door, threw the key away and then called Boss back. When the latter asked him where he had been, Coleman replied "in the house." They looked about tho place for Mrs. Lashbrook and the two finally went to tho window of the cabin and looking in saw Mrs. Lashbrook on the bed in a pool of blood. Boss wanted to go at once and notify Mr. Lashbrooke but Coleman insisted on going himself and mounting the horse hastened to the field and gave the alarm. He told Mr. Lashbrook that he had gone to Lewisburg for the mail, as was almost his daily custom, and on his return found Mrs. Lashbrook murdered. Coleman returned to the house with the rest and ho himself burst open the cabin door. As soon as Coleman was jailed, an excited crowd gathered about the prieon. Quiet but determined talk of lynching him could be heard on most every hand. Tho crowd wanted to be convinced of his guilt first. Judge Newell and the other officials tried to keep the fact of the confession a secret, but it soon leaked out. However, but few knew of the horrible details. Sheriff Perrine and Deputy Sheriff Boberson were summoned from their homes in the country. At 11 o'clock Judge Newell decided to order tho prisoner transferred to the Covington jail for safe keeping and the necessary papers were made out. By this time, however, the crowd had the jail guarded at every point, and Sheriff Perrine decided it would be impossible to get the prisoner out without serious trouble. He therefore concluded to hold bis ground. The talk of lynching increased as the night advanced. After 12 o'clock men from the country and from as far off as Fleming County began arriving. About 3 o'clock this morning, the crowd attempted to take the prisoner. The door to the side entrance was battered in with a piece of timber, and a number of men rushed in. Sheriff Perrine who was guarding the door was overpowered and taken outside. Deputy Sheriff Mackey and other officers drew their pistols and by their determined stand drove the mob back. A struggle ensued but fortunately no shots were fired. Fortunately for tho good name of the county, the mob lacked a determined leader, otherwise there would have been a bloody clash, and there is no telling how many lives would have been sacrificed to save tho wretch. were met by a delegation of and members of the G. A. R., who escorted them to the auditorium. Governor Mount, In an impressive speech before a large assemblage, presented the flag to the Governor Sayers, who, In turn, presented it to Hon. James Miller, president of the Association of Torrey's Rangers. Great enthusiasm was manifested during the proceedings. The flag is an Interesting relic. The Tangers claim that It was never captured; that It was lost while they were 1n retreat. The Indlanlans. however, assert that It fell into the hands of the Indiana regiment during the heat or battle. Torrey's rangers formed one of the most famous regiments of the war. The question of the return of this flag by the state of Indiana to the survivors of the rangers has been long discussed and In a manner that attracted attention the country over. A reception was tendered Governor Mount and staff. TROOPS The Tuttercct Flag of Torrey's Texas ARE MASSING Hangers Kettirncd. Dallas, Tex., Oct. 5. Tbo tattered flag of Torrey's Texas Rangers wa3 Both England and Transvaal Are restored to the lemnana of the galMobilizing Their Warrior.'?. lant Confederate band, the cedemonie3 taking place In the auditorium ut the fairgrounds. Governor Mount of Indiana and staff, GETTING WITHIN GUN RANGE. Governor Sayers of Texas and staff, and a mounted es:ort of Captain Everything In the Rough Riders formed In front blttiatlon indicates That Uoth of the city hall and proceeded to the bides Are Preparing For entrance Of the grounds where they the Jiloody Fruy. Pag-gett- 's Angto-Trunsva- ul Af f AIR. Iiondon, Oct. 5. The Dally Telegraph publishes in its second edition a dispatch from New Castle, Natal, announcing that the Boer advance began with a double movement of artillery. The dispatch says: "The Boer advance began with a general move of artillery. The Boers are occupying Laings, Nek., nightly and now hold the mountains to tho southwest of Volksrust. There are no British troops nearer than Ladysmlth and preparations are being made to abandon Natal from the frontier to Glencoe. Resolutions of Druggists. Cincinnati, Oct. 5. The National Association of Retail Druggists at its third day's session considered a long list of resolutions reported by the committee. They are devoted to matters of interest to the trade, notably the recent failures to maintain uniform prices, trademarks and patents, legislation, organization, etc. A list of jobbers and manufacturers who refuse to "cut rate" stores sell to the and to the department stores is being prepared for circulation among the 25,000 drugstores represented by delegates here from 40 states. "The inhabitants of New Castle met and decided to not attempt to defend the town In the event of Boer advance In force. General Symons Is prepared to evacuate within 24 hours. The people are crowding the trains for Ladysmlth." Although the news from South Africa Is unmistakably grave the advocates of peace still derive a glimpse of hope from some of the dispatches that the stage of negotiation Is not yet fully terminated. The news Is contradictory. Side by side with the announcement that the Boers have occupied Laings Nek Is printed a dispatch from Pretoria stating that the Transvaal government has issued strict Injunctions to the commandants that British territory must not be invaded, and thaj Commandant General Joubert has issued a proclamation threatening to shoot any man who crosses the border. Scarcely had the advocates of peace exchanged congratulations over the announcement from Pretoria that J. H. Hoffmyer, the Afrikander leader,' and W. P. Schrelner, the cape premier, had peace undertaken a Joint mission and had actually started for Pretoria where they ought to have aralready, when later mesrived sages from the Transvaal capital declared that the Boer government knew nothing of this alleged mission and that. In any event, nothing could preserve peace but the withdrawal of the British demands. While it is not necessary, to accept all the sensational statements regarding the advance of the Boers, there Is not a jot of evidence going to show that the burghers contemplate receding. Up to 2 p. m. nothing has arrived to confirm the dispatch from New Castlo announcing to the Dally Telegraph that a general advance of the Boer forces had begun. The war office and the colonial office profess entire Ignorance in the mat.er. but this Is in consonance with the attitude towards tho press. Another New Castle special forwarded later than that to the Dally Telegraph contradicts the first and declares that all was quiet on the border and that there was no sign of a Boer advance. The next news regarding this alleged Invasion ot Natal Is .awaited with anx, ". lous Interest. " e, ey fo'r.-m- er ...-- - ..S n,UiljjiiM. uiijnuipa ""if ?Bl. V fp J l w "y'-i-e- x- Evening 6tyfLfNJ rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. VAAAA FRANCHISE TiXES. Fbmii oysters dllly at OKeefe1 T DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OF DAILY. M I Ttiww mnnthi fitift mnnlh Six months.".'"".'.'.'.l 50 Quo vcar fcity. H. H Hinns, of Williamsburg, Opinion of County Attorney 0'Donnell as Ky., will preach at Stone Lick on Sunday, To the Compromise Accepted by Oct. 8th. the Fiscal Court This aeries Take stock in tho twenty-firs- t Week. Friday's Cash Sale MM silk-boun- ii 00 7R . Friday, October o, iSog. ,, WEATHER FORECAST FOR KEX-TUCKYFuir Friday, except rain in lrme eattem portion ; Saturday fair ; nor I- m winds. Franks, of Owensboro, who ia miking speeches for th6 Republican State ticket, is spoken of as "Broncho Franks." In a speech a few years ago ho declared that "Broncho's ghost would not down." Franks and Doboo are a good Mn. E. T. team. In 1892 tho Republican voto in four counties of the eleventh didtrictamounled to 0,515; in 1S90 they polled or rather they claim to have polled 10,935 in theEe same counties, an increase of 4,420 in four counties in four years. Still they profess to be in favor of "honest elecat tions." "Its fair cash valuo" would bo violative law. It should not satisfy tho court. THE TOBACCO TRUST i 4078-40- ' Beginning Friday and until the lot la exhausted we will give tho following unaerwear oarguiua iu Mrs. Lilmb Wilson has filed suit M T HTo the Fhcat Court of ilaaon County Gtntiemm: in the Circuit Court for divorce from At tbo present meeting of your Honorable Court Odcar Wilson on the ground of abandontbo following communication was read : ' ment. To the Honorable FUcnl Court of if aeon County Otntt: Tbo undersigned, Mitchell, Finch fc Co.' tin. Addison' Dimmitt, formerly of this Bank, the Union Trust Co and theBaukof Mart i villo propose to pay to County francnise city, was a member of the Committee on 18!K on the baili of a valuataxes for FOB CHILDREN Silver grey Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, closely ribtion, which shall bo In full settlement of said Resolutions and Nominations at the natare for tbo said year. d with pearl buttons and quilted neck, deep ribbed cuff. bed. Vests The franchise tax to bo computed on a two- - tional meeting of retail druggists in Cinthirds valuation ami tbo assessment made by cinnati this week. Pants neatly finished at waist and finely ribbed at ankle. Without fear of exaggerthe County Assessor on tansrlblo property to bo ation we can say these aro wonderful offerings in prico and quality. Sizes, 10, 18, deducted from the amount aud this to be a full and final settlement whatever the final decision In the matter of beautiful articles for 20,22,24,20,28. Prices, 3c, 5c, 7 Jc, 10c.,12Jc, 15c.,17ic Sizes, 30; 32, 34. Prices, of tbo courts, wedding presents it's an acknowledged 20c, 25c, 25c. Maysvillo. Kr.. October 3rd. 1899. Mitchell. Finch & co.'s Bank, fact that you can find a greater variety of FOB BOYS from 8 to 14 years we have unusually good Vests and Panta at Bv J. t PEKB1K, Cashier. Union Tmjst Co., beautiful and mutable things at Ballen-ger'- s 24c. each. Fleeced, well woven and finished. In our careful search for exceptional Pit. W. W. Ball, Scc'ty. than any place else. New goods underwear values tho two lines mentioned are leaders. They cannot disapThe Bank of Maysville, J tf. BAituoun, Pros' t. coming in every day. point you. We intend to surprise you, so we do not tell all the good points, and tho After a consideration of tbo matters therein, such quality at Euch a price. Remember tho question of their legality was referred to mo Lewis Mokkison's grand production of brightest imagination could not picture for an opinion. our business motto above all else QUALITY. We never had firmer confirmation "Faust" is one of the principal attracSection 4020 of the Kentucky Statutes reads than in the underwear of which wo tell that all real and personal property must bo tions which will bo presented here durassessed at their "fair cash value, estimated at ing the season. "Faust" comes soon in tho price they would bring at a fair voluntary an entirely new dress and numerous adBale." It is therefore evident that an assessment ded spectacular effects. of real and personal property any less At Wednesday's eesslon of the Fiscal Court tho following was read and filed: Limes'ton6 Building Association. Bboki now open. Call on any of the officers. S Mm-ot- two-third- s 1 WEAB. to-da- y to-da- than of tbo 's Will Fight tho Cincinnati Brokers-T- ho Combine Will Buy at Ripley. Ripley, Ohio, October, 3. Messrs. Head and To water, tho country manager of tho leaf purchasing departments of tbo Continental Tobacco Company, have just decided that they will make Ripley a buying point hereafter. Arrangements are now being make for atorage warehouse and redrying houses. It is conceded that the effect of the now move will not be to the advantage of the farmers and raisers, as tho trust fixes its own prices and will place dealers hero. Tho principal result will be that tho local buyers will have to extend tho territory in which to make their purchases. It is stated that strong efforts wore made by parties on the Cincinnati "breaks" to prevail on the Continental to not enter thia district, but without avail. The now move has created much comment and criticism among all parties interested, and the outcome as to the prices to be paid is awaited with interest. Brown County, Ohio, and Mason County, Kentucky, have always furnished tho Cincinnati market with the choicest of white burley, and local shippers have been favorites in Cincinnati for many years, but now the big trust is after the fine weed, to be shipped direct from tho fields and in "original packages." River News. Tho machinery of tho Shelley has has been removed from the wreck of that steamer near Portsmouth. the Cincinnati Captain Edgington's new steamer for and Portsmouth trade, being completed at Portsmouth, will be .ready in a week or so. It is reported that Captain J. N. Gam-fbl- e will shortly contract for an fine sidewheol steamer for tho Ohio jiver trade, to be ready for next season. Captain Phillips, of tho City of Pittsburg, has returned to the Iron City, but is anxiously awaiting a rise in the Ohio, so he can tow his fine craft to Portsmouth, where she will receive her new Bank of Owensboro .battery of boilers. and of tho United te In reference to tho assessment of corporate difranchises Kentucky Statutes, Sees. rect that bauk and trust company franchises aro assessed from a report of their respective Presidents, inado under oath, of the "amount of capital stock of tho said corporation, tho par and real valuo of same," and such other Information as may enable tho State Auditor to properly estimate tho valuo thereof for taxation. This has been done as the law requires. Tho assessment of the franchise of tbo banks aud of this trust company, from which assessment they seek relief, was Induced by their own sworn 'statement, made by their own sworn officers. On tbeso sworn statements tho Stato Board of Valuation has fixed tho valuo of their respective franchises; on these sworn statements tbo Stato Auditor has certified tbo same to tbo Mason County Clerk for local taxation, as tbo law demands. To ignoro that valuation would bo for tho court to assume tbo functions of the Stato Auditor and of tbo State Board of Valuation. To chango that valuation would bo to make law, not to follow It. To make a law for the assessment of tbeso institutions under n government that extends "equal rights to all, exclusive privileges to none," would be to grant to every citizen whoso property has been legally assessed "at Its fair cash valuo" tho right to havo that property assessed at only of its fair cosh value. Tbo Legislature bos fixed tho mode of the valuation of theso corporate franchises, under tho alternative of being mulct In heavy penalties. Theso corporations have pursued that mode. It Is not within tbo province ol this court to chango that mode. Much less after that mode has by these Institutions been pursued is It within tbo power of this court to receive only s of the amount thus assessed iu full satisfaction aud discbarge of tho whole amount duo for taxation. If this court can do so in one case, it can do so in every case. If It can absolve d from of the amount due for taxation, it can dlschargo from all duo for taxation. If this court can permit, in tbo language of the proposition above, tho franchise tax of corporations to bo computed "on a valuation, and tho assessment made by the County Assessor on tanglblo property to be deducted from the amount, aud this to be a full aud flnal settlement," than this court cau permit that taxation of the property of natural persons to be Ukcwlso computed on a valuation, contrary to the very terms of the law, aud can likewise permit the assessment made by tbo County Assessor of personal property to bo deducted from tho total valuation of all tho properly, real and pergonal, of said natural persons, "aud tho flual result to be a full aud fiual settlement" of tho taxing problem. Viewing from a legal standpoint tho questions involved In tbo abovo communication, an ac ceptance of tho propositions embraced tberelu would, In my opinion, bo clearly ilkcal. This view is consonant with tho recent adjudications of tho Kentucky Court of Appeals, (Deposit two-thirtwo-thirdone-thirtwo-third two-third The marriage of Mr. William Fischer, clerk at tho Purity Pharmacy, and Mies Kathryn Lowe, of Paris, is announced to to occur October 11th. Tho prospective bride is a granddaughter of Mr. Jonathan Myall, of Bourbon, and has many relatives in this county. Mr. Thomas Boyce, of Ripleyr aged died this week at the home of his son at Dayton, Ky. He was born in Cynthiana, came to Ripley in 1820 and was a resident of the town for seventy years. He leaves two sons and two daughters. Deceased was an uncle of Mr. Thomas Boyce and Mrs. Charles Dieh'l, of this city. eighty-fou- r, D. HUNT & SON. Fall PublicSALE. ON MONDAY, OCTOBER Overcoats.. 9, 1899, at 2 o'clock p. ra., at the court house- door, fn tbo city of Jfaysville. Ky wo will offer at public sale, to tho highest bidder, a tract of ACRES OF LAND on Lawrence Creek, Mason Connty, Ky. This land Is a portion of tbo farm of the late George L Form an, deceased, and is located about three and a half miles from Maysvillo. It is what is known as Walnut, Sugar Tree and BurrOak land, and is very productive. It has one small Dwelling house, two new Barus, a Corn Crib and a Stable. The water supply never falls. Ono hunacres (125) of the laud Is no w dred and twenty-liv- e in grass. The sale will be on the following terms, : cash, h in ono year, h in two years, and In three years, tho deferred payments bearing 6 per cent. Interest, payable annually and secured by Hen on land. Tbo land will havo been seeded at time of sale and purchaser will take laud as it stands at day of sale, with full posession March 1st. 1300.. Now is the time for any one deslrln&good productive Mason County farm on easy terms to purchase same at a fair prlco. W. A. CABLISH, A. M. J. COCHRAN, Executors of F. II. Traxel, Deceased. Auctloner. Geo. C. Goggln. August 29lh, 1899. to-w- lt One-fourt- h one-fourt- h oue-fourtone-fourt- 1644 Don't compare my line of cut glass with that shown by others. Mine is not partly cut and balance pressed. Every mark is hand cut and artistic in finish the grandest line ever shown here. See the low prices for artistic cuttings. Bronze busts the newest, fino sterling silver of best make, all marked at prices that will sell. Murphy, the jeweler. i The news has just leaked out that Mrs. Fannie Kate McElroy, one of Dover's charming young grass widows, and Mr. A. M. Lauterbach, tho well knawn tobacco merchant, were united in marriage over n year ago. Tho marriage occurred in an Indiana town last September during the G. A. R. encampment at Cincinnati. They will reside in Cincinnati this winter, but will return to to Dover in tho Bpring. Mr. Lauterbach made $40,000 by the recent advance in the price of tobacco. 4 9 -- .1 ROBES -- AND- The annual meetiug of thft stockholders of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company was held Wednesday. The company is now operating 5,037 miles and owns 2,033 miles. Earnings and expenses are based on 2,flS8 miles. There has been no change in the capital xue additional stocK, !roo,uuu,uuu. iso of $5,000,000, which was authorize Nov. 8, 1893, has not been issued. The company's total bonded indebtedness is $110,093,GG0.. Gross earnings for in-e- re 1 LEGGINS! 'jJljS' Rugged people are at a light Overcoat garment. But the rugged is to look R0CHE3TER,N.Y. Largest assortment. Lowest price. year were ?231759,-185.0- ; operating ex- PERSONAL. Mr. Jas. H. Hall has returned from a trip to Arkansas. Mr. Burns Trigg arrived from his trip East Thursday. Mr. George Dye returned Thursday from New York and Washington. Captain A. O. Respess has been spending a few days with his family. Mr. John L, Whitaker was registered at tbo Fifth Avenue Hotel, Louisville, . vs. Daviess Co., 39 8. W. 1030,1 States Supremo Court, (Cltl- zpns' fcavlng Bank of Owensboro vs. Owensboro, 173 U.S. Ren CXI) Respectfully submitted. Frank P. O'Donnell, County Attorney of Mason County. penses, G6 21 per cent. $15,731,587,08; earnings from traffic, 33.79 per cent. net income for the year, surplus after payment of dividends, $778,900,48. Spain's Greatest Need. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S. O. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest blood and nerve remedy, all pain soon left him. He says this grand medicine is what his country needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up tho stomach, strengthens tho nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of tho bodv. If weak, tired or ailing you need it. Every bottle guaranteed; only 50 cents. Sold by J. J. Wood & Son, druggists. out for your Don't run any risk. Woar a light top coat as soon as the chilly weather approaches. .We have 'em in different lengths us a "softy's" way to keep, apt to sneer Klipp&Brown Dr.AnnaB.Hewins, THE TiAPY DENTIST. Has located permanently In Maysvillo whero M2hhLopeu.ed, a dSntal P"'0"". AH kinds of painless dentistry done In the most artistic and scientific manner. PRICES RIGHT. ?1Acr.0W.ns nnd JjrlJ0 work 85 to $10. Best rubber t0 10- - GW fillings 81 nS ?,l up. upstalrs.nelctdoor to Bulletin. -- health. I? it tt Wednesday. Mr. Ahner Bost, son of Mr. Thos. I. Best, left Thursday to attend school at a business collego at Quincy, 111. . Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Fisher, of Columbus, O., arrived Thursday to attend the funeral of the late John Armstrong. Col. George R. Humphreys left Thursday afternoon for his homo at Santa Anna, California. Tho Bulletin will keep him posted about doings in his "old Kentucky homo." A That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of renewed health and strength and internal cleanliness, which fol.lowB the use of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the few who have hot e progressed beyond the medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the well informed. Buy the genuine. Manfactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. old-tim- more elegant, and never d so much value for so little money. In fact, represent tho best ideas of workmanship and material. Slip into one of them. They hide a multitude of defectB and are just below other people's prices. renrg-eente- are made from special honest all wool fabrics, handsomely lined and trimmed. They never were weights, colors and sizes. Thev A i 'S0" P LOW PRICES. GOOD WORK Full of Fun. Nurrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs j cough set in and finally terminated in consumption, Four doctors gave ono up, saying I could live but a short 'time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would moot myabsont ones above. My husband was advised to rot Dr. King's New Dlscoverv for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and I thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman," y?rial bottles free at J. Jas. Wood's drug otoro. Regular size ouc. anu &i. or price refunded. uuar-jintoe- No maklnj? of bargains by sacrificing quality I No filled Cusos warrant- fd for twonty-f- l vo years I No tingle plated Spoons warranted quadruplo platol A Are grand, but skin eruptions rob lifo of s line of entirely joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them. O at tho least posslblo price. new goods -wsold Also old running and fever sores, ulcers, a In tho tna tter of DIAMONDS, persons purcnusuiK irum us boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts, bruises, w ccs 20 per cent, lower uare lounu our pri- than our Cincinnati burns, ecalds, chapped hands, chilblains, competitors. UKPAIKING in nil branches only first- best pile cure on earth. Drives out pains a good watch class. NodatiKorofrum and aches. Only 25c. a box. Cure guarby poor workmanship. anteed. Sold by J, J. Wood & Son, drug- Lexington Leader : "The light comedy, 'A Breezy Time,' waa tho bill at the opera house Wednesday night and it was well greeted. Tho show is full of fun from beginning to end and one of tho kind that never coaees in action from tho time the curtain rises until it falls. Tho specialties were good aud secured the compauy repeated encores. . To those who liko the light and frolicsome, 'A Breezy Time' appeals with much force." This play will bo the attraction at tho opera House night. Tickets on sale at Nelson's. Volcanic Eruptions MARTIN &co. Beginning MURRAY & THOMAS, Manufacturers of and dealers in GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS. Building Stono always on hand. 108 W. eecond Street, Maysvillo, Ky j Clooney s. j ten-yefirst-clasr-- f NO MISREPRESENTATION OF GOODS AT A.N.ELLB,A.M.,M.D. Clnoln nati College Medicine and SuSWtO.' October!, All Photos and Stcelographs made at our Studio MUST be pasd for in advance at TnVIE OF SITTING. No proofs will be submitted unless paid for In advance. These are positive rules and will not be deviated from for anybody. ' Specialist in Diseases of the Eye, Ear DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, 544 FOURTH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KY., Will be at tho Central TUKPA.Y, OOTOIIBU sithiono d'arroii?y -r- oturuiDK once each, month. Hyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted. ft gists.. 3n 5c. packages. TJse Streitman's Elgin Butter Biscuits All grocers handle them. On account trotting races at Nashvillo LOST. tho L. and N". will sell round trip tickets A diamond earring in this city to that point Oct. 15th and lGth at $0 84. LOST October 4. Fluder will pleaso Return limit Oct. 23rd. turn It to tula ofllce and receive reward. CADYS -- L.H. LANDMAN, M.D., Of 547 West Ninth Street, CINCINNATI, ABT STUDIO. Will bo re- Strictly pure spice at Chenoweth'a JtongW. OCTOBER Thursday at tho Central Ju each mouth. 6th.. 1893, Holnl, Mnmille. Kv returning every ; trl.l,. Il ,.w im.iWili il v. "Min ' in ill jr "TT Wff ?fV ffr , 'wpmrmrr C. and 0 , October 9trr. On account of Adam Forepaugh and Sells Bros, combined clrctisep, which ex Ciuvlnnati and Return $1.75, Via EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ARE BEING OFFERED hibit in Cincinnati October 0th and 10thr round-tritickets, .Maysville to Cincinnati, at rate of one fare, SI 75. Tickets on sale October 0th. Return limit October 10th. DURING THIS WEEK AT THE the O. and O. will sell p New York Store OF HAYS & CO. DRESS GOODS. Half wool plaids, only 5o. per yard. All wool mixtures at 10c, worth 35c. All wool plaids 24c. Coverts in tho new shades 49c. Black silk Creponne 88e., wbrth $1 50. See our novelties in Venetians, Melrose, Galishiclds, etc., cheaper than ever. Silks, plain colors and fancy, regular price 75c; this week only 49c. Satins for waists 49c. - FALL OPENING OF fiDY-TO-WEA- R 4 Mr. George was at Ripley this week attending a reunion of the survivors of Foster's Cavalry. PIMIT T TNPRVIP We cordially invite you to inspect our great line of French Pattern Kits for" the' coming Fall arid Winter seasons, we make tfie statement, in all modesty, that a superior stock can not tie found anywhere. They were purchased from one of the largest houses in New York City, by one of the members of our firm, accompanied by a most expert and fashion-abl- e milliner. Every Hat here means a saving Jo you of at least 50 to 75 per cent, judged from prices of others. Each Hat is a creation in itself, no two being trimmed alike. Prices range from $J.9iJ to $6.75. We are also showing an immense line of Felt Sailors, Golf and Walking Hats at 25c. fo $20. We only request you to come an J look; you will not be asked to buy. m. A GENTLEMAN Sojourning in Brooklyn some years ago desired on a Sabbath morning Beecher preach. to hear the late Rev. Henry Ward He asked a little CAPES. We can show you a nice Cape for 89c; Jackets from $2 on up ; elegant Golf Capes 32.98 only, worth $5. See oar line of baby and little girls' Cloaks; best shown in Maysville. $ SHOES. We now have the best assorted lino of Shoes ever gathered under one roof. Our $2 Ladies' Shoes this week at $1 39. Ladies' $1.50 Shoes this week $1. Gents, we can Bell you the best $3 Shoes for $2 the new toe, box calf, calf and round calf, all sizes. - Pt Pretty Plaids a Plenty! would find much pleasure from a view of our large and suThe perb stock of new and Plaid Dress Goods. Dame Fashion has decreed plaids for the Fall's wear, and we are Dame Fashion's headquarters. At 39c. and 50c. we have a forty-inc- h Plaid in many different combinations of colors. At 59c an all wool plaid with camel's hair effect. Superb Golf Cloths at $1.50 to $1.98. Genuine Camel's Hair Cloths, the most stylish of fabrics, at $1.65. Ypull find here the largest and most varied stock to select from and that our prices mean a saving to you. bonnie Scotch lassie urchin on the street to direct him to Mr. Beecher church. The little fellow said : "Mister, do you see that crowd?" "I do," answered the gentleman. "Well, mister, follow it, and you'll get there." t WELCOME.-S- U sennas Kaoijrsaa IF YOU Senator Deuoe says there is no "disin-- f ctiou" among the Republicans of his s etion. Mrs. John Kane, who has been under treatment at Cincinnati some time, was able to bo brought home Thursday afternoon. She stood tho trip well and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dudley, of Carlisle, have issued invitations announcing tho marriage of their daughter, Anna Dee, to Ruscell U. Mayes, Wednesday afternoon, October 18, at Christian Church, that city. Joe Martin, aged twelve, claiming he was stolen from his home at Benwood, near Wheeling, by a couple of tramps, was taken from them on a O. aud O. train here at 8 o'clock last night by Mr. Ed. Flowers, a fireman on tho road. He is at tho Mayor's office, awaiting a reply from hid parents who were notified by wire. w WANTED. ANTED- - Auvono mirtdle-aee- d woman to keen house tor them that will nay cood wanes. I can elve best recommendations to anyone. Address MARY E. IIANNA, 923 Chllllcothe street, wanting a cood. honest. Portt-mou'h.- O. ROSENAU dKUw) PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE, KINGS OF LOW PRICES WANT THE BEST IN CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods and Men's and Boys' SHOES, follow the crowd and you'll land in the right place. Were it not that we are awfully bashful we would tell you of the compliments showered upon us by the many who have looked over our stock. Our windows, to some extent give you an idea what we have. In passing our house, take a peep. You will see stuff that will interest you. We are sometimes asked: "Do people read and believe your advertisements?" Weill If you would have looked in on us in the past ten days (since the weather turned cool) you would have concluded that our advertisements and our merchandise are credited, for notwithstanding we employ more salesmen than all the other Clothing houses in Maysville combined, we were unable to wait on everybody. Mothers, we want you to see our FOB BENT. store. House desirably located, of three nnd Icltnhnn. nn Formal nvnniip. nrar Commerce street. Apply at SUH ATZ MAN'S cuiua FOR KENT Apply RENT Tnreo good 1710R W. D. COCHRAN. Houses, cheap. f FOB SALE. acres very land, FOR of Mrs. J, G. Morgan's estate, fine one to ou llvo years' lease. Approved reference?. Address at once MR. A. M. HUNTER, Third and Malu streets, Louisville. Ky. niun art.L.n ny residence, no. i r.asi rounu I Rrpt rnntfllnlnc flvo rnnmM mill tivn hnll. Apply to I'. W. WHEELER. 8 ILE Southdown Uuckk una mountain ewes. Call on or address JOHN B. PETERS, Ilernard. Mason Cotintv. Ky. lldtf I7IOR8ALE My residence known as RENT-Flfty-stx THE FINAL SUMMONS. Cider barrels for sale at Chenoweth's drug store'. Tub Maysville foot ball team will go to Djatk Clulms Miss Sarelda B. Tolle Last Brooksvillo Saturday for a game. Evening Funeral of the Late Win. II. Tarleton and Kenas Mrs. L. V. Davis will exhibit a new Best. line of trimmed hats on Saturday. 9 u ar. Death pntored the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt B. Tolle at 0 o'clock Thursday evening and bore away tbeir daughter, Miss Sarelda B. Tolle. She had been ill three months. The funeral will take place afternoon at 1 o'clock at the family residence, service by Rev. J. W. Porter. The rem una will be laid to rest in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery. For fresh epicea of all kinds call at Henry W. Ray's poetoflice drugstore. Miles Helms, of Logan's Gap, caught a catfish a few days ago. Sacramental services will be held at the Central Presbyterian Church next Sunday. EiiENEZEit -- Presbytery (North) will meet with the First Presbyterian Church in Frankfort next Monday. THE LATE WM. II. TAKLTON. Brief mention was made Thursday of George Dummitt, of Lwis County, was the death of Mr. Wm. H. Tarleton at his acquitted in the Federal Court at Louishome near Washington. He had been ville for Belling liquor without license. ill six weeks with Bright's disease, the O. F. Taylor auctioneer, sold for heirB end coming at 10 o'clock Thursday mornper acre. ' Rev. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, was stricken with a serious attack of vertigo Wednesday evening just before his ANNOTJNC EMENTS. prayer meeting service. Tho Courier-JournFOIl CITY CLEKK. says: "Drs. Munro and Bailey aro authorized to announce BEN T. COX were hastily summoned, and when they a candidate for City Clerk at the Noreached him they found him uncon- vo in ber election. 1SW. J. 1.. scious, with no sign of a pulse. Restor- "YIT'E are authorized to announce Clerk DAUL-YTON as a candidate for City at the atives were applied, and Dr. Powell was November election. 189U. M. are authorized soon revived suiiicientlv to be taken "7"EARCHDEACON as to announce W. City a candldato W at tlio.November olPotlon, 1890. for home. His condition is not at all seri Clerk tt al ou the river sldo below Maysville, Ky. A Possession given at once. A. J. McDOUGLE. OR HALE A good house and lot, desirably In Aberdeen. Terms reasonable" Apply at 1M West Frontstrcet Maysville, Ky. 22-bar-gai- half mile outside city limits n. WE ous. " $' 5 ing. Mr. Turlton was about eighty-thre- e years of age, and had spent most of his life in this county, where he always enjoyed the highest respect of those who know him. His wife who was a Miss Baker died some years ago. Four daughters and one son survive Mrs. John M. Rains'of this city, Mrs. Ross P. Gault and Mrs. John Tucker of this county, Mrs. Lillie Cox of Columbus, Ind., and Mr. Wm. Tarleton of Martinsville, Ind. ' The funeral of Mr. W. H. Tarleton will take place at Shannon Church, Saturday, October 7th, at 10 o'clock, and will be conducted by Rev. F. W. Harrop. of M. Worthington, deceased, 217 acres of land near Fern leaf at an average ?80.1 5c Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Molloy have re moved to the residence on West Second street recently vacated by Mr. Milton Johnson and family. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of have proved their matchless merit fors ick aud nervous headaches. They make pure blood aud Btrong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J. J. Wood & Son, druggists. euf-fere- rs as a candidate for City WE aro lumiorized to announce t!io November election, 1S09. HARRY Clerk at OPEBA HOUSE, Saturday, Oct 7 Fltz & Webster's unrivaled Company of Comedians In that Musical Comedy surprise, Kehoo at Kurlingtoii. Burlington, Ky., Odt. 3 J. N. Kehoo ! "I BRE BEY three-legge- TIM The now stove foundry company at Augusta has practically closed an order for $84,000 worth of work, and there is talk of enlarging the buildings. Mrs. T. . Williams, of Clifton, has filed Biiit against H. M. Williams, for divorce. They were married in Colorado on August 30, 1887, and have not lived together for tho Jast five years. : ft..'" Pn ' .. .' Si The funoral of the lateKenaB Best took place Thursday afternoon. He was a.na-liv- o Invitations are out announcing the of Loudon County, Virginia, near wedding of William Parks Robp, Jr., of . Washington City, Nicholas County, and Mies Mary Thomas t Andrews, to take place at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Calvert sold their the bride at Flemingsburg on the 25th life interest in 7GJ acres of, land near inst., at hfgh noon. Lewfsburg Thursday to Mrs. V. H. Rice fpgo'.gpO cash. The Paris Kentuckian says of Judge , Mulligan's speech at that place: "It was, a calm, earnest, able and statesmanlike d scussion of the leading issues of the day." Judge Mulligan will speak, at tho court house, Maysville, next Monday at 1:30 p. m. Go and hear him. CHILDREN'S REEFERS AND spoko hero yesterday to a large crowd. being County Court day, Democrats Entirely rewritten and turned up to date. Introducing distinct were here from all parts of the county, new, novel our original. novelties. Everything and C "Tho Cat Serenade." and his speech was enthusiastically reC "The Tennis Quintette." O "The ceived nnd fully indorsed. There is very Sailor." InGrand walk by little disaffection here, and such a speech terpretedCakeAmerica's the entire company as two by four hundred. Enjoy a half of clean f uu. as wo beard yesterday will help greatly in hours und bringing out the vote, which means a large majority for the regular ticket. PBIOES 25, 35 nnd 50c. It d '' TOPCOATS. They are very attractive and erately priced. mod- awmmmmttwmromron ' A delicious morsel in the musical farce, "A Wise Woman," is the introduction of a quaintly melodious Southern "crooning" song and lullaby, done FOR MEN, by Miss Marie Lamour. The music of WOMEN, CHILDREN, this number is said to be extremely catchy and easy to remember, and so popular does it immediately become 24c that it ia whistled and hummed by all Children's Union Suits 15, 19 and 23c the small boys, and by many of tho big Ladies', the very best Cincinnati and Itoturn $1.75, Via C. and 0., 24c ones wherever the play is produced. best Gentlemen's, October 12tli to 17th, Inclusive. Augusta Chionlcle : "Tjtua B. Wright, On account of the Christian Church juthe merchant and postmnster at Caddo, bilee convention at Cincinnati, October ' Call and look over our line of Winter Un- Pendleton County, died at his homo in 12th to 20th, tho O. and O. will sell round-tri- p derwear and you will be sure to buy. You that place Tuesday,, September 20, at 0:30 tickets, 'Maysville to Cincinnati, at can save money by buying at the ' p. m., aged sixty-fou- r years. He was an rate of $1.75. Tickets on ealo October old school Democrat and a man of sterl- 12th to 17th, inclusive. ing integrity and honesty, respected by all who had the pleasure of knowinghim. Kodak pictures of the Dewey parade Ho leaves a widow and a number of rela- and Washington City made by J. T. tives as well as a host of friends in this Kackley aro on exhibition in tho show and Mason County to mourn his death," window of J, T. Kackloy & Co. C. H TOLLE, Manager. Winter Underwear ! SlIo.$5 WniSS THAN OTHERS-Wf j55 JJ HECHINGE g 4 JjJ 6 tf-- &C0. " - j"" g a Fall and Winter SUIT, don't depend on what advertisements say. After spending weeks in se fecting a stock almost any clothing man is apt to exaggerate a little in telling how nice it t is it'snat ural. See the stock of this .store. It's the best made we ever owned, and prices are $J to $5 less than others ask on each Suit. Money refunded if the goods are not right. To determine which is the best place to buy ZL -- y "- " -- & -- p v I J. WESLEY LEE, Jf2CORNER SECOND AND MARKET STREETS, Backet Store, DODSON BUIIiBING. J tMiiiw'jggM'rliiiiiiiiiTiiiHMiiihiilriiiwr!rfT iiw--- " -- 11"' iir r f HlpMV t32tJ3jm.t VWIa 41" ..t IB ' B tfVAi esojlvieev "Pure WOYAt BAKINO POWDER v Pawdfr Baking M'KINLEY AND MIA ItartrtffimiiimiiwiimmHMIMrtlimM 6 Have Conference Durim? tlie Former's Trip Tlirouli Ohio, CASTORIA For Infants and Children. n ffTJITrWrRTOTra Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO., MtW YORK. SEVERAL SHORT STOPS A1ADE fTXTTTr.iiiiimiintiniiiiiiiinuiiiHittinimniiniMntjii)Mininl.inl'!lllJ ANOTHER W1TEB HAUL Wind Too Light For Racing Yachts to (.'omylete Course, MIST OBSCURED THE RACERS. Thousands of Spectators on Kxcurelon Uouts Aguiii Disappointed by Spiritless Contest be tween tlio Ulvuls. Oct. 5. The race was officially declared off at .4:15 p. m., ow- Jng to the failure to complete the course within the time limit New York, Oct 5. When New York awoke there was hardly a breath of air stirring and. a blanket of mist hovered oyer the roofs, but as the sun rose the misty mantle began to It away. Before C:30 the crew on the Columbia had her jib and stay sails up in Etops and the cover was taken off the main sail. The Shamrock's people had by that time uncovered her main sail, and ' New York, "1 , RJ ht M Quarryiucn Quit. ports by the British government they New Castle, Pa., Oct. 5. Fully 1,500 hoisted her Jib In stop3. Then the cannot accept the contract for carrying quarrymen employed at and around the mails from Canada during the comrews waited for further orders. Hillsvllle, Carbon and Lowellville The sea off Sandy Hook shore was ing winter season. have struck. The men have been requite smooth, there being scarcely any Gulf Department Abolished. ceiving 18 cents per ton for quarrying surf on the beach. One or two pilot Washington, Oct, 6. The secretary and their wagea are paid once a month. fcoats sailing around their station two of war has issued an order discontinThey demand an advance of 2 cents or three miles off shore seemed to uing the military department of the per ton, and In addition they want to have scarcely any motion. gulf and merging it into the departbe paid twice a month. There have At 8:45 the Shamrock's tug, Law- ment of the east under command of been no case3 of violence. rence, came alongside and took a line Major General Wesley Merrltt with With Troops. from the big green racer. The moor- headquarters at New York. Portland, Ore., Oct. 5. The transing was cast off and the Shamrock ports Rio De Janiero and Slki sailed Fought a Draw. started for the lightship. Five minutes regiSt. Louis, Oct. 5. The bout for Manilla with' the Thlrty-flft- h after the Shamrock started the, Columscheduled between Casper Leon of New ment. United States volunteers, on bia was also taken In tow by a tug and York and Steve Flanagan of Philadelboard. In addition to the regiment followed her rival out by the Hook. The two big racers were accompan- phia for the bantam championship of there were on board 21 trainad nurses ied out to the lightship by a number America resulted In a draw. The fight- and 60 casuals who will bo assigned of newspaper tugs. About 10 a, m. the" ing throughout was hard and frequent- to companies when they reach Manilla. Erin witli Sir Thomas LIpton and 100 ly assumed a vicious turn. Whisky Medicines. guests on board, left her anchorage Tho temperance press Is emphasizing the dan Meeting Broken Up. Inside the licok and started after the Havana, Oct. 5. A meeting called ger to tho home in the use of "medicines" which two yachts. by the Federation of Labor was broken arc loaded with whisky or alcohol. In this as well as In the remarkable character of By 10:15 the first of the excursion up by the police under orders Issued fleet had reached the lightship and the by Civil Governor Rieus Rivera on the their cures, Dr. Pierce's medicines differ from rest of these vessels were strung out ground that the managing committee other preparations. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and "Favorite Prescription"' contain behind, making a procession 10 miles had not obtained a special permit au- no alcohol, whisky or other Intoxicant, and are in length and including every conceiv- thorizing the meeting. equally free from opium, cocaine an'd other narcotics. Every family should, have a copy of the able kind of steam craft. In the lead People's Common Benso Medical Adviser, sent abfero a number of revenue, cutters. The Ladysmith, Natal, Oct 5. The Fifth solutely free on receipt of stamps, to pay expense .torpedo boats did not arrive at the lancers and a naval brigade from Durof mailing only. Send 21 t stamps for tho 10:30 a. m. The lightship until after ban have arrived here and are en- book In paper covers, or 81 stamps for cloth bind weather half an hour before the start camped near the railway. ing. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. Srn THOMAS Homo Friends of the President ut Gun. .ton .bliuko. JIunils With lilm tion of rain. and the Members of tho When the starting signal was given Cublnec. at 11 a. m. both boats were wlthinja short distance of the lino, but the air tP was so light that they did not hayo Pittsburg, Oct. 5. Presjdsnt McKln-ley- 's special train passed through much way on. The Columbia's spinnaker was brqken out, after the start- Pittsburg on the Pennsylvania railing signal had been given, and so closo road, carrying an array of distinguishtogether were the two racers that the ed people such as lias not been soea Columbia's m.iin sail lapped over the in tho city in many years. All the members of the cabinet exShamrock's spinnaker and prevented cept Secretary of the Treasury Lman It from drawing well. The boats were only a few seconds J. Gage, accompanied the president. apart when they crossed the line. The Mri Gage will meei the party at Chismoke of the gun fire that had given cago. While the special was standing lu the them the signal hung In the air, and yard3 at the Union station Senator the two boats broke through it. It was difflcult to distinctly see the Marcus A. Hanna and cf racers. The course took the boats War Russell A. Alger were In, a Pitl- practically out to sea. The racers were man car on the western, express which carrying their sails alike. Forward the was being held a few minutes to allow big ballooners filled and sagged with the president's train to pass. Senator the fickle breeze while the spinnakers Hanna paid his respects to the seemed to draw hut little. tut General Alger was steeping The first five minutes were not cheer- and did not leave his berth until some ing for the Columbia. The time after the president's train had lead of the Shamrock at the start was left for the west. lengthened out until clear water showPresident McKinley's greeting from ed. The Columbia's sail filled and then his old friends and neighbors as the she went on and caught her opponent. special train passed through Canton Inch by inch she crept up until she was especially warm. The short stops g did not permit any had a lead of one length and and d At 12:20 the two yachts were headed the crowd3 which had gatheast by south on a broad reach, being ered were forced to be satisfied with several points over their true course, congregating about the rear platform with the Columbia at least a quarter and shaking hands with the president and members of the cabinet. The presof a mile in the lead. At 12:25 p. m. Captain Barr eased ident's niece, Miss Mary Barbar, the Columbia to within a point or two boarded the train at Canton. of her true course, as It was evident McKlnley and Hanna. that the Shamrock was falling behind Alliance, 0 Oct. 5. The PennsylAt 12:55 and becoming less dangerous. vania special bearing the presidential the Columbia led by nearly a mile. party westward arrived .In Alliance at The breeze dropped about 10:45, having made the run from Pittsat 1:15 and was so light that all of burg without stopping. president the Columbia's sails were shaking. The and the members of the The cabinet spent Shamrock's were drawing slightly betthe morning quietly. Crowds were noter and she had closed up a very little. ticeably absent at the stations along The boats were then over five miles the line, as It was well known that no from the stakeboat and had little stops would be made, According the chance of finishing within the time printed Itinerary no speeches to any of limit unless conditions changed mater- length were made during the trip ially. The Shamrock then began to through Ohio. Stops of draw up on thp Columbia's weather each were scheduled for five minutes Canton, Akquarter and cut down the Columbia's ron, Fostorla and Defiance, O., and to a quarter of a mile. lead Fort Wayne. Ind. The private car of Senator Hanna was attached to the Can't Curry the Malls. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 5. The Allan presidential train for a short time, alSteamship company has advised the lowing the president and senator an government that as two of their fast- opportunity for a brief conference. est steamers have been taken as transbegan to cioud up, but gave no indica" half-length 0ASTORI1 ttitwiMi ,i,,jn.iiiiiii,i,.i,.,i.iili.lili m.,iiiTnmm The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature . slmilatlng ihroodandRcgula- ting tbaatcanaciis oniuxnveis oi JSVcflcfablcPrcDarationrorA- s- t EromotcsTJigesQoaClieeifuI-ties- s m afidHfcst.CorilaIns neither OpiuirCMorpbJne nor Mineral. MOT NARCOTIC. Bect&cfOZ&DrSAMUILFmCEEa. PiwtjJcin Sent' Mx.Smn ImAtUSSJ- U- In ltitmStti- - . ijqfor vrtmwvn iOaiooakSaia Apafcct Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms.Convukions.Feverish- aess and LOSS OF SLEEP. .i Use For Over Yac Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. Thirty Years one-hal- f. speech-makin- good-size- EXACT COPT OF WRAPPEB. CASTORIA Ml HHHHHHHHHH SXiAvT THE CIHTAUH COMPANY. NEW TOHW CITY. one-quart- er Public Sale! Not! co Is hereby given that on CITYTAXES,1899. Receipts for CityTaxes of 1899 are now in my hands for collection. On all unpaid November , a penalty of, 10 per cent, will be added. SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 10 o'clock a. m., at the res Idunco of Robert Whipps, In Minerva, Ky., we will ?!! at public auction, fix bead of Horses, Interest In n Tobacco screw, two shares of stock In tho Mluerva aiot-- bcaiec; ana tnenontheiarra oisaid whlpps near Minerva. In Mason County, one-haof hbuut thlrt eight actes of Com In theshock and about five tons of liny In stacks on fculd farm, and some hundred or more LocurPnsts ; theu on his Bracken County Farm, near Minerva, Ky., one-haof about thirty-five- , acres of Corn in tho shock, same to be sold on a credit of nine months, with security; then at 2 o'clock p. m., at the barn nearest the Mluerva and Dover turnpike, on the farm, we will sell at publlcauctlou, to the highest b dder, one-hallf -lf at TAS. W.FITZGERALD, ' City Treasurer. OFFICE: Keith-Schroed- er Harness Co, Our New Goods Are arriving everyday. Our stock is largo and complete. Choicest selections can bo made in our lino of China, Glass and Queonswaro, Dinner andToilet Ware, Lamps, etc. Prices low. LTPTOX 109 ACRES, one rood and twenty-thre- e poles of Land, with two Tobacco Bams thereon, beinu near Minerva, in Mason County. Ky.. on the West Mde of the Minerva and Dover Turnpike rond. conveyed to Kobert Whlpps by Jos. M. Byar and wife. Next, aud on the prpmls.es, Two Tracts of Land northwest of Minerva, In Bracken County, Ky.. with Residence, Ham aud Tenement House thereon. One tract containing 43 arris and 3 roods, conveyed to Robert Whipps by Bottle M. and the other containing 120 .m.i'n roods, conveyed to Robert Whipps by Robert C. Vvhlnnu1 Haifa Vav .....1 .. .1 Z. house and 1 acre, 3 roods and C poles, located In Mason County, Ky., convevrnl to said Robert Whlnps bv Miss Pammlo M. Victor, ond is where said Robert Whipps now resides: and for dtbcriptlon of said real estate bv metes aud iiuiiiiuB, ecu uruer 01 court ordering' tnis sale. The land lu Bracken County. will bo offered as n yhnio nncl jn parcels to suit punhnRnrs, and sold whatever way it brings the most money. bUlO Will Dd liU U credit llf onn. Inn nH Ihnn years, thepurchasers to execute bonds with good nertorial security, bearing 6 per cent, interest from day of sale till paid, lien being retained on laud ttsaddltlonal security. The purchasers have the right to puy cash, if they so desire. Purchaser tHke the land with tenants when samo has been rented. Rev-nold- s. hp-p- m . EO. F. BROWN'S China Palace, 40 West Second street, Maysville, Ky. C. BURGESS TAYLOR, AITOBKET AT LAW. 11 C. F. Taylor, Auctioneer. T. T. WORTHINGTON, W. W. BALL, Assignees of Robert Whipps. .. . Special attention given to Collection ot Claims. 211 Courj Street, Maytyllle, Ky. LOST. night a beautiful pin set with LOST-Mohwith diamond In center, between reclilences ol H. Duke Wntson and Well. Liberal reward for return of same to this olllce. day Wads-wort- GEO, TR. SMITH, i one-cen- GaSsSteamand Hot Water Fitter. Wall street, between Second and Third, opposite Dr, Pickett's residence, rhpno No. 78, Pore vinegar and spices Calhoun's. ! QOO S E ASO N A.3STID OFEltf IZN"CS , Saturday, September 30, 1899. 189 - ""Jb; I 2HHPCt GUNS AND AMMUNITIONS - See Our Show Windows, lit" -- FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO, TTis ivwc '..OAUZ&'. " - jti&tt.i ,ZLi VL. rJAjgaa.-iJ'?"- - 38 i''T'- - tct a0t4t,