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NUMBER 306 PASSEDTHEHOUSE Kentucky University Defeated University of Indiana. A the TERRIBLE CRASH mont. Man Seriously Stabbed. Bogota, Nov. 20. Official reply was A special train with four physicians Newport, Ky., Nov. 20. Three men was made up in a few made Thursday to the note presented minutes and In by United States Minister Beaupro In- had a desperate fight at Eighth and less than half an hour was on tho forming tho Colombian government Brighton streets. As a result one of scene. At tho same time another train that Washington had entered into off- the men, Michael Russell, was stabbed arrived from Pekin bearing Superinicial relations with the republic of Pan- in the abdomen and seriously wound- tendent C. B. Barnard, of the Big Four, ama. The reply was framed by Senor ed, and both the others, James and threo physicians. Tho second and "Grinner" Coughlin, were train brought a lot of Turkish rugs Carlos Rlcos, minister of foreign afbattered and bruised. fairs. and these were utilized to carry out Ho vigorously defends his governtho mangled corpses of the victims. Whole Family Wiped Out. ment and threatens to march an army After working two hourB the remains Ky., Nov. 20. The family on Panama unless the United States of Louisville, John J. Blair has been wiped out by of 26 men were taken out and laid on position. Immediately recedes from its an embankment near the side of the That tho Colombians are willing to smallpox. Four members have died at track. fight to maintain their dignity and, if the eruptive hospital since September One of the last bodies recovered was ipossible, retake Panama, is shown by 10. Three others who fled are reported that of William Bailey, of Mackinaw, tho strong support offered the govern- to have succumbed to tho scourge In. who had been thrown 30 feet Into tho ment and the popular approval of Min- Chicago, Ky. air and hold In place by two steel rails ister Rlcos' stand. which had been pushed up between The Indictment Defective. "A prompt reply from Washington Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20. The court the engine and the tender of the work 1s awaited, as tho Colombian army is reversed for a now trial the case of train, ready to march an army on Panama Johnson Ried, from Pike county. Ried Tho Injured were taken to the two at once," concludes the noto from for- was given a life sentence for criminal cabooses of tho relief trains, where eign affairs minister. assault, and secures a new trial be- temporary hospitals were Improvised. Ono caboose was taken to Norton Declares that Germany disapproves cause the indictment failed to charge of tho course taken by the United that tho assault was committeed felo- while tho other was taken to Tremont. ' Tho dead laid on the bank all night, States and cheers for Germany have niously. until the arrival of tho coroner of Tazeresounded through the streets of BoPoison Killed Him. gota since tho announcement. well county in tho morning. Tho dead Paducah, Ky., Nov. 20. J. H. Green, men are residents of neighboring A Treaty of Arbitration. formerly of Nebraska, but for the pa-- t towns and tho scones about the wreck ', Rome, Nov. 20. The Patria an- year of Paducah, was found dead, and Thursday evening wero beyond de nounces that there will soon be signed Is supposed to have taken for his heart scription. Wives and children of men a treaty of arbitration between Franco medicine which killed him. Ho had who wero missing thronged around. been ill for several days, and was Out of 35 men who constituted the and Italy similar to that recently crew of tho work train only four are between France and Great Brit- about 60 years old. living and two of these are seriously Denmark, Sweden and Norway ain. Three Years' Imprisonment. Injured. may become parties. Stanton, Ky., Nov. 20. Albert THE KANSA8 CYCLONE. of Rosslyn, Powell county, who Ten New Double Stars. been on trial since Monday for correspond- has London, Nov. 20. The Carrie Nation Ejected From the Whlto Caswell Bowen, of ent of tho Dally Mail at Sydney, N. S. tho killing of has been found guilty House, Arrested and Fined. this county, tho W., says that Prof. Hussey, of sentenced to three years' imprisLick observatory, who has been camp- and Washington, Nov. 20. Carrie Nation ing for soveral wrecks at Canobles, has onment was forcibly ejected from tho execudiscovered ten new double stars. Cloyd's Landing, Ky., Nov. 20, B. P. tive offices Thursday morning. She Ewing, a prominent citizen of Green called thcro early and demanded to seo Washington, Nov. 20 The Farmers' Grove and veteran of the civil war, 13 tho president. Secretary Loob declin national bank of Henrietta, Tox., has dead after an illness of six weeks. A ed to allow her to seo Mr. Roosovclt been closed by direction of tho con' widow and ten children survive him. and sho. became so demonstrative that trollor of tho currency. Con-cannon con-clue- either team scoring, though Kentucky was twice in fivo yards of her goal. THE YEAS WERE 335 AND NAYS 21 She lost the ball on downs the first THE DEBRIS PILED 30 FEET HIGH. time and Indiana brought it back to the middle of tho field. Kentucky The Dissenting: Votes Were About made three touch downs in the second Thirty-On- e Men Were Killed, Their half and kicked goal. Indiana made Equally Divided Between the ReBodies Being- Horribly Mangled, one touch down and failed goal. Ken: publicans and Democrats. and Fifteen Were Injured. tucky made her last touch down in the last 30 seconds of the game. Goal was not attempted, it being counted beMr. McClellan, Mayor-Elec- t Twenty-Siof New cause Indiana was off side. Victims of the Wreck Have York, Occupied Speaker's Chair Been Recovered, Most of Them TIMBER TO BE CUT. For Awhile as Chairman oftho Being Unrecognizable Ono Committee of the Whole. Boiler Exploded. AcreEastern Capitalists Buy a Large age of Land. Peoria, 111., Nov. 20. Thirty-on20. Senate No Washington, Nov. men were killed and at least 15 injured in business of general importance was Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 20. One ot a head-encollision between a westtransacted in the senate Thursday. House The house, by a rising vote the largest real estate deals ever made bound freight and a work train on the of 335 to 21, passed the bill 'to make In this section has just been consum- Big Four railroad between Mackinaw A Pennsylvania company, and Tremont Thursday effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty. mated. afternoon. The headed by Charles Cecillon' of Pitts- bodies of 26 victims of tho wreck have The dissenting votes were about equally divided between republicans and burg, as president, and W. L. Chls-hol- been taken from the mass of debris as secretary and treasurer, ha3 which Is piled 30 feet high on the democrats, but there was no record secured a valuable tract dY timber, coal tracks, while five yet remain burled vote, the minority having too few votes to order the yeas and nays. The and oil lands In Magoffin, Knott and under a huge pile of broken timber, democrats, under the leadership of Floyd counties. This land is said to twisted and distorted iron and steel. On a bank at tho side of the track Mr. Williams, sought to the last to se- contain an Immense amount of walnut cure amendments to the bill in accord- oak and poplar timber of the finest lie the bodies of the victims, cut, bruised and mangled in a horrible manner. ance with the action of the democratic quality. So far 11 only have been identified, caucus, but were defeated steadily. GETS HIS LIBERTY. the remaining being unrecognizable Mr. Williams made the final effort when he tried to have the bill recom- Grandson of Former Kentucky Govern- even by those who knew them and are aware of the fact that they are among mitted to tho ways and means comor Pardoned In New York. the dead. mittee with instructions to amend, but All the dead and most of the injured a point of order under the special rule York, Nov. man sentencproviding for a vote on the bill with- edNew serve seven 20. A In Sing Sing wero members of the work train, the years to out Intervening motion was sustained. under tho name of "George Gilbert," crews on both engines jumping In time to save their lives. The collision ocMr. Cannon received the result of the bnt who was said to bo the grandson curred in a deep cut, at the beginning democratic side when he entertained of a former governor Kentucky, Is of a sharp curve, neither train being the appeal from his ruling made by reported to have been of pardoned after visible to tho crew of the other until Mr. Williams, tho speaker saying ho having served three months. "Gilbert" preferred to correct if he erred at all was arrested with several others In a they were within 50 feet. Tho engiin giving the house the right to ex- pollco raid on the Arlston baths, In neers set the brakes, sounded the whispress its will. Tho appeal was tabled this city. He pleaded guilty to a seri- tles and then leaped from their cabs, 'by a strict party vote. The debate be- ous charge, and was given the extreme the two trains striking with such force that the sound was heard for miles gun Monday was continued up to with- penalty under tho law. around. in a few minutes of the hour of 4 A second after tho collision the boilo'clock, tho time appointed to take a Invitation to Beckham's Inauguration. er of the work train exploded with tervote on tho final passage of the bill. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20. The execu- rific force, throwing heavy iron bars Mr. McClellan, mayor-elec- t of New tive committee of the Frankfort citi- and splinters of wood to a distance of York city, occupied tho speaker's chair zens who have in charge preparations 200 feet. for awhile Thursday as chairman of for the ceremonies inaugurating Gov. Conductor John W. Judge, of Indianr Beckham Into office for another the committee of the whole house. term, Issued an open Invitation apolis, who had charge of tho freight to all Kentuckians to be the guests of train, received orders at Urbana to THE NEWS IN HAVANA. tho people of the state capital on that wait at Mackinaw for the work train, which was due there at 2:40 p. m. InGrea.t Satisfaction Is Expressed Over occasion. stead of doing this he failed to stop. the Big Majority. The engineer of the work train, George Louisville Tobacco Market. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. Tho mar- Becker, had also received orders to Havana, Nov. 20. Great satisfaction pass the freight at Mackinaw, and was was expressed here Thursday night at ket was firm and satisfactory on both on the way to that station. The work new and old Thursday. Old hurley the news that the United States house ranged to $14.25, the latter train was perhaps five minutes late from $5 of representatives had by a big maand was running at jority passed the bill for reciprocity price being brought by red leaf. New to make up time. full speed in order When about two hurley sold from $3.50 to $8.25. Tho with Cuba. Recent reports of the prosales of burley were 245 hhds. Only 5 miles from MInert and entering a cut, gress of the bill practically removed both engineers saw the approaching the more or less settled apprehension hhds of dark were sold. trains and realizing that it was imposthat congress would not carry out what Claims of Dr. Hunter. sible to stop, they threw on emerthe people of Cuba understood to have Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. Dr. W. G. gency brakes, whistled twice and then been the virtual promise of the Hunter said Thursday night that he leaped from their cabs. administration. had been elected congressman from Tho two trains, both heavily loaded the Eleventh district by 90 votes, ac- and going at full speed, crashed toCOLOMBIA REPLIES. cording to complete returns received gether. Tho collision was witnessed by him. Hunter says the official count by Russell Noonan, a boy Threatens to March on Panama If tho will show that he has been elected by 14 years of age, who farmer's to of a hastened United States Does Not Recede. from 400 to 500 votes. nearby house and telephoned to Trex Bill to Make Effective the Cuban Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20. Kentucky Freight and Work Train, Going university defeated tho University of Reciprocity Treaty Adopted at Full Speed, Collided distillers and brewers!" Indiana in a terrific struggle Thursday by a Rising Vote. Near Tremont, 111. 16 to 0. The first half ended without Carrio Nation stood up he called upon two officers to remove her. She continued to shout so loud that it was necessary to take her out of the grounds. As she left the building she shouted: "I am going to pray for a prohibition president, one who will represent tho people and not the STREETCARSTRIKE The Employes of the Other Chicago Lines Refused to Go Out in Sympathy. e d four-yea- te Mc-Klnl- in the gallery of the senate Thursday and shouted out something about saloons. She was ejected by doorkeepers. It was 12:15 when Carrie Nation WILL DONATE FINANCIAL AID. rushed into the gallery. She shouted at the top of her voice: "Saloons are anarchism; they are treason and con- A Serious Riot Was Quelled on Went- spiracy." worth Avenue by the Vigorous A few minutes before she had been talking with Senator Cockrell in the Work of the Police. senate marble room, having sent a card to him. Mrs. Nation was arrested at the capltol and escorted to po- The Mob Let Fly a Shower of Stones lice headquarters. at a Car, Demolishing the WinShe was fined $25 In police court dows, Causing the Passengers Thursday afternoon. When Judge to Flee For Their Lives. Kimball announced the fine she pulled a roll of bills out of her pocket, peeled Chicago, Nov. 20. The demand for a off $25 and paid It to the clerk. sympathetic strike to aid the former 'employes of tho Chicago City Railway VESSELS AT PANAMA. Co., was refused Thursday night at a Large Amount of Stores to Be For- meeting of the members of the union employes on all the lines running warded at Once. through the north section of the city. Vallejo, Cal., Nov. 20. Orders have Instead of taking such summary action the side men decided to give been received at the navy yard hero their north striking brethren financial aid to prepare immediately a large ship$10,000 was voted ment of stores to be forwarded to tho and to this end money will bo sent the to ships of tho Pacific squadron now at strikers. Tho the former employes of the Chicago Panama. As a result a number of men City railway Friday. in the stores section were obliged to A serious riot occurred Thursday work overtime Wednesday night In evening at 38th street and order to havo the shipment, which avenue, which was quelled Wentworth by tho vigcomprises stores for all departments aboardship, ready to be taken down to orous work of the police. They were compelled to charge the mob and use San Francisco Thursday. Tho shipfreely. ment will be sent down to the Pacific their clubs The trouble commenced when a squadron by one of the Panama steam- wrecking wagon manned by a noners. union crew and guarded by six special Washington, Nov. 20. Orders havo policemen passed 37th street and been Issued at the navy department Wentworth avenue. A crowd quickly for the preparation for sea service at gathered and followed It. When 3Sth once of tho gunboat Bancroft at street was reached 200 men wore and the gunboat Castino at tho wagon which they were League Island navy yard. The first of around the threatening to destroy and offering disthese boats In readiness will be to tho men. Just in tho nick of patched to Colon and the other to tho time two cars carrying 18 regular powater of Haytl and San Domingo. licemen came up. The crowd drew back and allowed the wagon to pass. JOHN PAUL JONES' REMAINS. Soon after the wagon and cars carryResolution to Locate, Disinter and ing the officers had left 38th street two cars came up from tho opposite direcBring Them to the United States. tion. As they were crossing 3Sth Washington, Nov. 20. Representa- street the mob let fly a shower of tive R,alney, of Illinois, Introduced a stones demolishing the car windows resolution instructing the secretary of and causing four passengers on the state to locate, disinter and bring to first car to flee for their lives. The the United States for burial at Arling- mob then swarmed upon the cars and ton National cemetery the remains of had begun to beat the train crews Commodore John Paul Jones, supposed when the two cars with tho policemen now to rest In tho old Protestant cem- and the crew of the wrecking wagon etery In the city of Paris, France, and came hurrying back. The mob, which appropriating $10,000 for this purpose. had greatly increased by this time, was The cemetery Is now occupied by in an ugly temper and refused to move. buildings and In case the remains can The police drew their revolvers and not be located, tho resolution requires clubs and charged at once. The mob the secretary to secure options on all used stones and epithets while the poof the property and submit the same to lice swung their clubs with vigor. congress, that it may bo purchased, There was a warm fight which lasted tbe buildings removed and. the placo about two minutes and then the mob broke and fled In all directions. A suitably Improved and marked. number of those engaged In tho rioting were arrested. PRIEST ATTACKED BY A MOB. Despite the united efforts Thursday He Was Severely Beaten Before Being of Mayor Carter H. Harrison and Uie committee vo aldormnnic mediation Rescued By Officials. bring about a peace" bio adjustment of Trinidad, Col., Nov. 20. Father the Chicago tily railway stiiko, there Berta, a Catholic priest, was attacked was little change In the situation by a mob of 200 men and women at Thursday night. Some progress was Segundo, a Colorado fuel" and iron made Thursday, but nothing definite camp, and severely beaten before being was accomplished. session of tho board rescued by officials of the United Mine After an Workers. Miners at Segundo and othe'' of directors of the company, at which camps declare that, Father Borta has , the proposition submitted by the strlk-thbeen working in tho Interest of eis to Mayor Harrison, stating the fuel companies and this has canned terms on which they would settle was much feeling against him, especially considcied, a counter proposition was among the foreign element. of tho comprepared by the pany and sent to tbe mayor Thursday AFTER YALU RIVER TRADE. night. When questioned as to the prospects It Is Russia's Intention to Soon Oc- - rif n settlement, of tbe ntrlke. Mnvni" cupy Shaho In Force. am more "Well, Harrison said: hopeful than I was after our conferLondon, Nov. 20. The Morning ence Wednesday night, when the outPost's Che Foo correspondent, who look was decidedly gloomy. Both sides has just returned from the Yalu river seem willing to continue negotiations, region, learns that it Is Russia's In- and while there is life there is hope." tention to soon occupy Shaho In force. The Russians hope to obtain a monop-olTHE MILLER CASE. of the Yalu river trade despite the Japanese and American treaties with President Will Be Petitioned to Re- China. Examine the Evidence. Pen-sacol- a vio-len- co all-da- y o oPU-iai- I 1 y d K1I-le- n, Fil-so- n, Boston, Nov. 20. The American Federation of Labor disposed summarily of the "open shop" issue, bb raised in the caso of Wm. A. Miller, now employed in the governmont printing offico at Washington, and tho Miller case itself Thursday by unanimously declaring in favor of the union shop in government as well as in prlvato enterFifteen Hundred People Homeless. City, Nov. 20. The fire prises, and by petitioning President Mexico the ovidenca which started at Vera Cruz Wednesday Roosevelt to at noon totally destroyed seven blocks offered against Miller, and, if vorlfled, of dwellings, leaving 1,500 people remove Miller from tho service. homeless. Nearjy all the victims of Chicago, Nov. 20. Mary Sullivan, 41 tho fire are poor. years old, who, Becrot service detectives say, has been annoying President Boy, Ground to Pieces. Roosevelt with threatening letters, was Lafayette, Ga., Nov. 20. Sam Andeclared insano before Judgo Pond drews, a boy, was ground Thursday. to pieces whllo feeding at a cotton Fort Dodge, la., Nov. 2Q. Robbers gin Ho fell into tho hopper and it was several minutes beforo the accident blow the safe of tho Citizens' bank at Yottor early Thursday morning and was discovered. escaped with $1,800. Fishing Smack Sunk. Devenport, Eng., Nov. 20. Tlie torpedo boat destroyer Falcon collided In the channol during tho night with a fishing smack. The latter sunk and all hands aboard of her wero drowned. Tho Falcon's hows were smashed and ono of her crew was killed. -.--- i ....... vi jmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim iiippiiwpipiiipi Pi IWWP""1 PfWpipllwW1l'lplw' yi'iiiw'tljiM P?wS ppplPPKipWP v Evening Bulletin. rosser DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. GRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, WHY THESE jipfjj & McCarthy, Proprietor. 1903 1903. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. THE WEATHER RECORD. For the 21 hours ending at 6:30 a. m.l Clear State ofiwpather 31 Highest temperature IS Lowest temperature 24 5 Mean temperature Northerly Wind direction 00 Precipitation (Inches) rain 1 76 Previously reported for November 1 76 Total for November to date Globe Trading Stamp COMPANY: SeparafeSkirfs COST SO LITTLE a Stylish, practical, strictly in every way, but separated from their original prices because there isn't a complete size range In any given style. But together they contain each length from 38 to 44 inches, all in new, attractive fabrica and designs. Both Walking and Dross Skirts in black, gray, blue, tan and novelty goods. Until $0 to $7.50, now $5 each. flrst-claeto-da- At Men Bros' Dry Goods Store! o ! y Tub work of erecting a n6w State Cap. To inaugrate this system wo start every lady visitirig our mammoth display Veiling itol at Frankf rt should be inaugurated of premiums with a book and $5 worth of stamps free with a $1 purchase. Among women who know good taste and high price are not synonymous, by the LeKiflature at its approaching B there is a steady demand for this charming 25c. and 50c. neckwear. We have a Kentucky waa never in better COUPON. Bplendid variety, of which a few hints follow : 25c. Silk, embroidered or trimmed in condition to undertake this work than Upon presenting this coupon at MERZ BROS' Dry Goods H buttons, or fancy braid, or medallions, also Renaissance lace stocks and both emshe iB at present. The Bulletin is glad Store and making a purchaso amounting to $1 or more, we will to broidered lawn and lace turnover collars. 50c. Silk vesting Btocks, eilk bound and to note that Mason County's Represengive von a book containing S2 worth of stamns. bB8M'8$2extra, making So in all. Good Only Saturday, Novomber 21, '03. c button trimmed, also silk with faggot and pearl Bcale trimming. Among the veiltative is among tin first f the new mem3 O ings the samo price attractiveness and quality are evident. Choose from the folbers to declare in favor of a rew capitol. PAID-UCAPITAL $500,000 lowing at 25c. yard : Hairline mesh, Tuxedo mesh, plain and fancy mesh chinille or velvet dotted. In white, black, jackdaw, magpie and all leading colors, mode chifis back of every Globe Trading Stamp ever issued. Is as solid The result of the late Gubernatorial ?p? fiiu!JSK as a bank. You take no chances on collecting these stamps, fon veils, 1J yards long, 50c. election has not been officially announced as tney are as suipiu as u. o. putnuyu oumjpu. yet, but the Mt. Sterling Advocate comes i merchants of Maysville are The leading and to us this week booming Colonel Bonnett giving Globe Trading Stampp. Get in the habit of askiner for them, and get a present for Christmas, absolutely free. They H. Young as the next Governor of Kencost you nothing. tucky. Colonel Young may bo all right, Thousands of beautiful and useful presents, cuch as furn but haven't we had enough politics for iture, tables, lamns. silverware, cut claeB, watchfs, houeehold goods, beds, china the present? The Advocate evidently closets, book cases, writing desks, chairs and many other things too numerous to thinks so, for right over the Young boom mention on display at MERZ BROS' Dry Goods Store. this editorial is found : One of the last public utterances of ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR. PERSONAL. Gov. Beckhnn was, "we have too much politice," and now since the campaign Judge Bennett of Greenup is in town Hundreds of Jlaysvillo Citizens Can Tell has closed it is time for business. We attending Circuit Court. You All About It. would emphasize this wise and timely utterance. The country prospers when Mr. and Mrs. Jno. J. Thompson were the people work, not by spurts, but all visiting at Washington this week. Home endorsement, the public expresthe time. For a period of months they New arrivals, 48 inches long, greys and blacks, Mr. J. I. Salisbury is at home after a have been wrought up on State issues sion of Maysville people, should be sojourn of soveral months in Los Anall wool, usual $J2 Coats our price $10. Sizes and in this way much time has been beyond dispute for every Maysville taken. To business. The people and geles. 34 to 44. business. Mr. Albert Anthone was the guest of reader. Surely the experience of friends his mother at Yanceburg the first of the and neighbors, cheerfully given by them, Ax interesting and result week. of the election in New York is shown in Mrs. A. II. Evans, of Limestone will carry more weight than the utterof ex- street, is visiting Miss Hattie L. Wood in ances of strangers residing in the majority vote cast in favor pending $101,000,000 for the purpose of the county. places. Read the following: Mrs. Phoebe Landgraf left this week enlarging the Erie Canal. "That beMr. C. L. Hubbard, dairyman, of 325 speaks the generous and undaunted spirit to visit Mr. and Mm. Ed. Landgraf, of Memphis, Tenn. West Third street, says: "I have the of the people of the Empire State. The Mr. Ed. Sallee, of Grenada, Texas, greatest faith in Doan's Kidney Pills. building of the Erie Canal was a great brother, Mr. O. L. was the guest of undertaking at the outstart; the propo- Sallee, Thursday. his The ubo of less than one box ended a dissition to so deepen it as to make it pracMrs. Henson, of Bourbon County, is turbed condition on the kidneys and an tically a ship canal and a perpetual bid visiting her sister, Mrs. Amos Stevenson, inflammation of the bladder. After some for the vast traffic of the Great Lakes is of Pleasant Ridge. time it returned but in a lesser degree an unexampled State enterprise. That Mrs. Stroud and eon, of Minerva, are it has been authoriz d by popular vote, guests of Assessor W. H. Hawes and and I procured another box of Doan's notwithstanding the staggering weight family of East Second street. Kidney Pills at J. Jas. Wood & Son's of expenditure involved, famishes unMr. and MrB. George Altmeyer, of drug store. Use of it substantiated the deniable proof of intelligent and pushing Paris, have returned home after a visit opinion I had already formed of this efcitizHnship," says an exchange. Beside to Mr. and Mrs. John Altmeyor. Miss Ella Rosor is up from Louis- fective preparation." the deepening of the Erie Canal the proFor sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents posed work of improving the Ohio river ville on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rosor, in the county. n Co., Buffalo, N. a box. iB a small task. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sheeler and little Y,, sole agents for the United States. daughter have returned from a delight- Remember the name DOAN'S and GOVERNOR'S INAUGURATION. ful visit to relatives at Huntington, W. take no substitute. Va. Neckwear and Popu!arIyPrIced. see-eio- a. 2 a P I te D. HUNT & SON. Overcoats! evi-den- far-aw- GEO. H. FRANK & CO. m In 1 Foster-Milbur- Circular Issued Inviting the People or Kentucky to Participate. Frankfort, Kw, November 18 The following invitation was issued to the public by the Citizens' Inaugural Committee: to-da- y To tht Clludit J Kentucky The Inauguration of J. C. V. Boekham as (jovcrnor of Kentucky rates and preparations are being made the week ends. to take care of an enormous crowd of vis"We have had a pleasant fall, but lititors. Mayor Darnell has secured the sertle cold weather and hardly enough frost vices of two detectives from each of the to kill the tomatoes." cities of Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis and Louisville, to nab the pickpockets River News. who were so much in evidence at the The Grapevine is duo down this evenlast two inaugurations. ing. Gal-brai- th for the ensuing term will take place at Frankfort, Ky on Tuesday, December 8. A committee of citizens of Frankfort has been appointed, nud It Is the intention of the people, of Frankfort to make tho day worthy of the occasion, and It Is therefore desired that tho people of Kentucky shall unite In the ceremonies Incident, and this committee', on behalf of the people ofFrankfort, , cordially In ltes every one who can possibly do Mr. E. D. Pickett, of Joplin, Mo., writso to visit Frankfort on that day and participate, and let us all, as lovers of our State, say God speed ing Nov. 10th, sends the Bulletin this Complete and correct Scenic equipment. Daz-IIelectrical effects. Startling chemical Illuto him whom tho peoplo have selected as their item: "The Christian Church is having sions. Sensational battle tableaux, etc. A tale Chief Executive for the next four years. one of the greatest revivals ever known of enchantment in six acts surpassing any and J. S. Daiinem., Chairman. in Joplin. In six weeks 545 have joined ; all performances ever given in this city. Noel Gaines, Secretary. forty yesterday and fifty last Sunday Prices First eight rows down stairs SI 00, balThe railroads have granted half-far- e ance of lower first three week. We expect to get over 600 before 75c., balance of floor 75c, 50c galleryrows balcony balcony 25c. W. Wood and Mrs. George Parry visited the family of Mrs. Jane T. Marshall in Fleming County this wiek. After spending a few days here, Dr. THANKSGIVING ATTRACTION, and Mrs. G. M. Phillips, of St. Louis, left Thursday to visit his parents at Nicholasville. Miss Mary Maher, of Murphysville, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Welsh, of John II. HIckey presents tlio eminent were guests at a dining by MrB. Tragedian, Mary Quinn, of Washington, Sunday. Mrs. Carey Ambler, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Jane T. Marshall, in Fleming County, for some aided by a brilliant company of legitimate playweeks, will return to her home near ers In a stupendous production of Shakespeare's Immortal tragedy, Warrenton, Virginia, Monday. Mrs. Richard Opera House! Wednesday, November 26 Need-mor- e, JOHN GRIFFITH, MACBETH, the month of November is a good time to buy a farm, Do you want one? It is also a good time to buy a home Assignee's Notice. All creditors of D. G. Wilson, of Orangeburg, Ky., will please send a certified copy of amount to me. All persons Indebted to V. G. Wilson will please call at tho Bee Hive, Maysvlllo, Ky and settle tboir accounts. If not paid in reasonable time, the amount will bo placed for collecMILLARD MERZ. Assignee. tion. of Rising slowly here. The rise from Tho latest nows from Mr. L. V. is that he is getting along finely. Pittsburg made sixteen feet at Wheeling. By order of Mason County Court I am authorized sell public salo He writes that he is not only able to be The Keystone State will pass up to- goodstoof D. at private or Orangeburg,tho stock of U. Wilson, of Ky and if in privato salo I not out, but had just finished a walk of five night for Pittsburg, and the Tacoma for sale soldFriday, November will sell samo at public on 27th. Pomoroy. miles over tho Tennessee mountains. MILLARD MERZ, Assignee 0O( Notice Safe. I WHAT ARE WE FOR? Why A HERE full of JOHN DULEY, Real Estate, Maysville. 'PHONE to sell the people good BOOTS and 333. style, at a reasonable price, of course. By becoming The New Shoe Store's customer you share in the general good cheer that will prevail at SMITH'S Christmas morn. SHOES that are fashionable and WM0 B : SECOND STREET, G. M. WILLIAMS, DENTIST, Court Street, S DO IT NOW! DO WHAT? Take an Accident Poller with the Travelers surance Company, In- WD CMITU O IYI 1 I 1 9 frt vUi. Miytvlllt, Ky. Three doors from Second, cast sido. 99i9vi Just Wtst of Mark. S m W. H. KEY, Agent. Painless extraction of teoth at Dr. Triscuitu and Bhredded wheat biaculta. Oalhoun'a. ffmmfflfmm?ffl?w?wm?ww?rtwmw?wmwttmm CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas Page Sent Up For Eightoon Years. Indictments Returned by tho (Irani! Jury. 2 Hechinger The Special! On Saturday, November 2 J, we will have a line of Ladies' Suits on display, sent us from the best manufacturers in this country. Don't delay coming, for they will be here for ONE DAY only. Suits will be delivered direct from this line. In the Circuit Court Thursday, Thomas Pago, colored, tried on the charge of killing John Ramsey, another negro, at "Banion Hill" near Mayslick a year or so ago, was found guilty, the jury fixing the penalty at oighteen years in the pen-i:entiar- y. The trial of Henry Lightfoot, colored, for killing Charles Duncan, another negro, is in progrees. The parties, with others, got into a quarrel while gambling in Burke's saloon on Market street a year ago and Duncan was stabbed in the heart. The grand jury reported these indictments Thursday: Calitba Thomas; for keeping a disorderly house. Clarence Thomas and Dick Jackson ; Increase of Our Shoe Trade Clearly indicates that our people appreciate the "kind" of Shoes we provide for them. Every pair guaranteed to give reasonable satisfaction. We believe we are the only shoe dealers that protect customers even in patent leather and patent vici shoes. W. L. Douglas, Hanan & Son and the Milford Waterproof Shoes are our brands. Look them overwhen you are buying your winter Shoes. IE murder. E'zle Owens, Ad. Owens and Clay Commodore; murder. Tilden Daniels; wilful and malicious shooting and wounding another. Thomas Lowery ; robbery. Neal Potts ; rape. The grand jury dismissed the charges against Wm. Williams, Jesse Davis, Henry Peters and Clarence Stockdale. i iiiiiiiaiiiUiiiiuiauiiiiiUiiiiiiiiuuauiuiiiiiiiuiuiuiiimK DIED THURSDAY. MERZ BROS The IF YOU WILL TAKE TIME TO LOOK in our Clothing window you will see the kind you want. You'll see none like it elsewhere. Between now and Thanksgiving day 10 per cent, off on all our Children's and Boys' Clothing. This means cash. John S. Simpson and Bettie E. Berry, a colored couple, were married Thursday. . i I First Law of Health KEEP THE FEET DRY! YOUR FEET, How about them ? Have you bought your solid soled winter shoes ? You don't have to wait any longer for cold weather; the cold weather, though, may wait quite a while on you. The will of the late Mrs. Eliza F. Beas-le- y was admitted to record Thursday. Miss Elizabeth Slattery Succumbs to Attack Nannie Beaslev, sole devisee under iho will, qualified as executrix, without boLd. of Heart Diseaso Funeral Satur.i day Morning. All who are to take part in tho Thanksgiving service at the Chrifitian Church MiBS Elizabeth Slattery, whoso illness Sunday evening are requested to meet at was mentioned the first of the week, the church at 3.30 this afternoon for died Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at practice. .i her home on West Third street. She had been a sufferer from disease of the The Boys' and Girls' Rally Day service at the Christian Church nrxt Sunday heart for a month or eo. MisB Slattery was sixty-fiv- e years of evening has for its object the encourageage, and leaves two brothers, Messrs. ment rf the spirit of patriotism, coupled dePatrick and Michael Slattery of the with the spirit of Christianity. A lightful song service appropriate to the county. She was a native of County Kilkenny, Ireland, but had resided in Thanksgiving season will be rendered. years. The church will be decorated in the this city and county for forty-tw- o She was a sister of the late Mrs. Patrick national colors. Cullen and had made her home with Among the measures introduced this the family for several years. week by Congressman Kehoe are bills The funeral will take place Saturday at granting pensions to F. B. Truesell, Lewis 9:30 a. m. at St. Patrick's Church, the in- Spencer, John B. Spencer, Geo. W. Hincs, terment following in the cemetery at Martin P. Sexton, Lyman Thomppon, Washington. Nannie M. Burnett, J. D. Mavity, C. L. .i Dawson, also an increase of pension to C. See Gerbrich at once about piano. L. Overly, Maggie H. Campbell, widow i The Bulletin acknowledges the receipt of Henry G. Campbell, Geo. N. Crawford, of an invitation to attend the inaugura- Robert E. Pogue, Jacob L. Miller and tion of Governor Beckham Dec. 8th. Mrs. Louisa January. 1 1 . HECHINGER & CO., THE HOME STORE. Book Club Now Open! Rules of the Circulating Library: You uru untitled to tho use of any book in this library for fourteen dayn. After that time you pay 5c. per day as fines vol. for retaining same. Forty-liv- e uracs now ready. Add your uarao and Jolu before we close the club. THE RACKET We have removed to our elegant new quarters, No. 40 West Second street, formerly Brown's China Palace, and only four doors above old Give us a call, and let us introduce you to our new house and our excellent lines of seasonstand. able merchandise. J Showing of Staunch and, Sturdy Winter Shoes is pleasing many customers. Remember that it is here only in Maysville that you will find the great WALK-OVE- R shoe for men. If you have ever worn a pair you"need no further introduction. V Barkley'S FIRE NEAR HEBRON. Home of Mrs. James Best Destroyed Thursday Morning Loss About $1,000, With No Insurance. Tho residence of Mrs. James Beat near Hebron Church, in Fern Leaf precinct, caught firo about 10 o'clock Thursday morning and burned to the ground. The family succeeded in saying some of the household goods. Tho loss is about $1,000, and falls especially heavy as thero was no insurance. ii Lumber. Big Btock flooring and ceiling, two e whlto pine and hemgrades, o prices; red cedar shinglock at old-timold-tlm- les, the best. Five hundred loads dry kindling at $1, until Christmas. & Co. W. B. MA-mEw- A little child of Mr. and Mrs. JamfB An engineer on the Norfolk and WestWhite, south of the city, was painfully ern railroad was stricken with smallpox burned by its clothing catching fire from a few days ago and died at Ceredo, W. an open grate Wednesday. Va. It was a mystery to all his friends i. marriage of Mr. Burr T. Richard- as well as his family how he came to The son and Misa Elizabeth Kuble will take contract the malady. But in going place Tuesday, Nov. 24th, at 9 o'clock a. through the pockets of the dead man a lotter was found bearing tho postmark m. at the Catholic Church at Mayslick. "St. Louis." The letter was dated just Congressman Keboo at Wednesday's fourteen days before he contracted the session of the House introduced bills for malady, and in the letter tho writer the relief of Otho Adams and also for the stated he waB, at the time of writing it, relief of George W. Taylor's administrc- - in a St. Louis pest house, having just re tor. covered from the smallpox and that he i on the morrow. PhysiRev. H. J. Derthick, who was an- would be released cians state that the engineer undoubtednounced to preach at the Christian malady from the letter. Church laBt evening, missed connec- ly contracted the tion at some point on the railroad and The Mason County branch of the failed to arrive. Burley Tobacco Growers' Association has T. L. Holton, P. P. 'Squire and Mrs. F. Dresel have issued appointed Messrs. Parker and John E. Bouldon as its memg and dininvitations to a of Control in this counner Tuesday, Nov. 24th, from 12 to 2 bers of the Board ty. The farmers havo selected Messrs. o'clock at their handsome now home O. M. Devore, Scott StevenBon and Tom 1238 Eaat Second street. Collins as their representatives on said It is unlawful to hunt on the lands of board. The members appointed by the any one without first obtaining permis- association have selected Mr. W. Scott sion from the owner. The owner of the Osborne as their Inspector, and the land does not have to warn you off members elected by the farmers havo either, but may proceed at once to have appointed Mr. Frank Goodwin as their you arrested and presented in court. Inspector. Tho work of raising funds to i inBuro the financing of the association is MIbs Elizabeth Kirk gave a "linen progressing favorably. It 1b reported shower" in honor of the approaching has been subscribed in marriago of Miss Irene Roaer, Wednes- nearly $20,000 Bracken County. day, from 3 till G o'clock, at which the i bride-elewas the recipient of many Twenty-onbarrels of as fine apples as nice and ueoful presents at the hands o ever grew in Kentucky reached Louisher young friends. ville last week from tho orchards of Mr i. HenderGeo.T. Baldwin, the Lillio Mae Hughes, of this city, and son County nurseryman, for Kentucky's Charles H. Jenninge, of Cincinnati, were horticultural display at tho World's Fair married by 'Squire Dunn of Covington, in St. Louis next year. These apples have last week. The bride is well known in been placed in cold storage by tho Kenyears of age. Maysville and is twenty-ontucky Exhibit Association. Thoro are The groom is a dining car conductor on four varieties in the lot Green River, tho Big Four system running between Ben Davis, Shockloy and Wine Sap. All Cincinnati and St. Louie. of these apples were grown by Mr. Bald. i John M. Hickey presents John Grif- win, except ono barrel from tho orchard fith in "Macbeth" at tho opera house on of Mr. A. A. Niles, of Cairo, in Henderson Thanksgiving evoning, November 20th. County. Ten barrels of premium apples This production of "Macbeth" is a moral have also reached the association from tempest. Crimes and retributions come G. W. Stroud's Sunnysido Nursery whirling past like tho rushing of a resist- and Fruit Farm at Borry's Ferry, in County. Other excellent less hurricane. Tho very prologue of Livingston the play is spoken in thunder and light- apples from Livingstonl County which ning. In the exciting of torror, this ver- have beon sent to Louisville for cold storsion of "Macbeth" is truly without a age for the World's Fair wore from Ohipps parallel. The crimes that Macbeth com- Bros., F. D. Lay and G. N. McGrow, all mits are not tho crimes of a cruel ruffian of Bayou. A barrol of very fine Keifer but of a great man whoso naturo has been pears woro donated to tho horticultural exhibit by Thos. L. Button, of Bedford. inverted, polluted and partly crazed. 1 1 1 1 J. T. Kackley & Co. L. H. YOUNG & CO Thursday was the coldest day of the season to date. Tho highest point reached by the mercury was :U. Tho lowest for tho day was 10, making the mean 25. It was down to 15 this morning. house-warmin- The Supreme Court of Ohio has granted the writ of mandamus in the Adams County election case. The order is that tho votea shall be counted as certified, and this means that William Baldwin, plaintiff, wins out in his contention. Baldwin was the Democratic candidate for County Commissioner, and, according to the report of the Adams County Board of Elections, he was beaten by a few votes. The finding of tho court will give him additional votes, and means his election by a small mpjority. This contest haB beon delaying the announcement of tho total vote cast in Ohio. It will be made in tho course of a few days, aud will bo close to 870,000. The coal fleet will be passing and Sunday. LOST. heifer, irSTKA NOTICE A short jearlliiBpale red J1j red with star in forcheac, and u junrliUK steer broke luto my pasture about tho middle of Ootober out are still on my premises. Owner eau get same by provlna property and paylntr for this notice W D. KAY, Heleua, Ky. HEATING STOVES-RANG- ES ! All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at W. F. POWER'S. ...GOTO... The New York Store For bargains. customers: ct e Important news for wrap well-know- n A $10 Wrap For $5. e Sounds like a airy tale but it is true. Most dealers buy their wraps from drum-mer- e in tho Bummer time. Wo buy ours direct from tho makers,late in tho season, when tho manufacturers want to get rid of what they havo. That is the reason wo can make you this offer. Como and look at them. Thoy are raado of vory fine black wool cheviot, now stylo cape, military shoulders, the latest Btyle, three-quarter length. HAYS & CO New York Store 27 nft P. S. Special for Monday only: Very fine Taffeta Silk, wide, worth 89c, for Monday only 50c. inches Jjr,tH .fcfc- Aju iHDt aa- - JLS ae eiiooec)et WITH THE OPENING OF THE QUAIL SEASON, We offer hunters extraordinary inducements in fine, double-barrMu el Vlt- - interchangeable SHOTGUNS. double-barr- el We have weapa large stock and are willing to make a price concession while there is a demand. Good ons at $9.50, $J 1.50, $13.50, $14.50, $16.50 and $18. These figures represent a 10 per cent, reduction from former values. If you want a good Gun at a low cost, your opportunity is here. HUNTING CLOTHING, such as Coats, Vests, Leggins, Shell Belts, cheaper than the same grade of goods can be bought for elsewhere. The Frank Owens Hardware Company! : eiffiiiitattiettttii ot mmmBBmwmmmQmmm ! aracamph ARE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded. Sore Muscles, Sore Joints Neuralgia. Tfce only External Remedy which will Sweat Out the Fever and Inflammation Bold only In HERE AND THERE. Items of Interest From Nearby Towns and Villages Contributed by the Bulletin's Corps of Hot French Model Hats? Models reproduced at such small prices that a visit to our millinery parlors would prove advantageous to you. Young misses and children are not forgotten and we are show ing many beautiful models for them. In connection with our millinery we have on sale Theatre Scarfs, Fans and Shawls; also on elegant line of Combs, Hair Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Powder Puffs, Belts, Wrist Bags, Baby Caps and Hosiery. Muscular Rheumatism and 25c, 50c & $1.00 Water Comfort, Nothing coaxes away pain so readily aa heat, and it is a simple and ever ready remedy that is beBt applied by means of a good Hot Water Bottle. We have a full stock of them, the variety is large and the goods the beBt on the market. In buying these articles or any other item of rubber it pays to get quality. We do not handle kinds that are exthe pensive at any price, but we do sell worthy Hot Water Bottles at very reasonable priceB. half-rubber Bottles. At all pood DrugffUtt. For Sale by Thomas J. Chonoweth, Druggist. OVERTAKEN BY A BLIZZARD. Fifty Thousand or More Sheep Frozen to Death Near Cokevllle, Wyo. Sidney, Neb., Nov. 20. Passengers on Union Pacific trains report 50,000 or moro sheep freezing to death in deep snow drifts north of Colcovllle, Wyo., on the Oregon Short Line. These sheep had been summer grazed in the Idaho and Wyoming mountains north of Cokevllle and were being removed to the winter ranges of the Red Desert in Wyoming when overtaken by the blizzard. east-boun- d Athens, Ga., Nov. 20. Science hall, on the campus of the University of Georgia, was burned Thursday night The loss Is about ?50,000; Insurance, $25,000. MARKET R3P0UT. Wintor patent, $4.104.35; fancy, ?3.753.90; family, ?3.103.40; extra, $2,700)2.90; low grade, ?2.502.G5; spring patent $4.504.95; Kansas, $4.154.25; fancy, Flour and Grain. Cincinnati, Nov. 19. Flour FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED. Pope Brooks, Wife and Child and An Unknown Man Cremated. Ala., Nov. 20. Popo Brooks, his wife and child and an unknown man were cremated by a flre which destroyed the Brooks residence Northwestern rye, $3.253.40. Wheat No. 2 red quotable at 8Gc on track. Corn No. 2 mixed quotable at 4Cc on track. Sales: No. 2 white, track, 46c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 36M.C $3.904.15; family, $3.7033.85; Luverne, Wednesday night The charred remains of the four persons were found Thursday morning. It is thought no foul play was done, but the coroner will Investigate. Murder and Suicide. Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 20. Miss Kate Berrian and Albert Byrds, jr., lovers, were found dead In the public highway near Bastrop. Both were shot through the head, and a pistol lay near. It is believed Byrds murdered the woman and committed suicide. The Varnish Manufacturers' association was organized here by a number of the leading varnish makers for mutual trade benefit Chicago, Nov. 20. Chicago, Nov. 19. Wheat No. 2 red, 8Cc; No. 3 do, 8082c; No. 2 hard winter, 80c; No. 3 do, 7578c; No. 1 Northern spring, 82c; No. 2 do, 79Q Sic; No. 3 spring, 7679c. Corn No. 2, 41.12c; No. 3, 41c. Oats No. 2, 33M;c; No. 3, 32g33c. Live Stock. Cincinnati, Nov. 19. Cattle Heavy steers, choice to extra, $4.504.75; fair to good, $3.504.40; butcher steers, extra, $4.35g4.50; good to choice, ?3.C0 4.25; heifers, extra, $3.C53.75; good to choice, $33.60; cows, extra, $3.35 (3.50; good to choice, $2.503.25. Calves Fair to good light, $C.B07.25; extra. $7.50. Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers, 4.754.85; mixed packers, $4.05 4.75; light shippers, ?4.G04.70; pigs, $44.G0. Sheep Extra, $3.253.35; good to choice, $2 75 3.20. Lambs Extra, $5 G55.75; good to choice, $5.255.G0. Mayslick, Nov. 19th. Mrs. S. M. Myall is spending the week In Cincinnati. Mrs. Emma Turner Is very 111 at the home of her father, Dr. II. Y. Browning. s Williams Bros, bought over one hundred yesterday for 12 cents per pound. lluuters are enjoying the sporting season. Dr. Heed, of Mnysvlllc, was a professional caller here Monday. Miss Mary Welsh. anil brother, who have been visiting In the Maysville vicinity the past week, called on friends here Tuesday while en route to their home near Ccntervlllc. Miss Myra Duke Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Duke. The Mayslick Grnded School was tho scene of an "Autumn Fair" last Friday afternoon. Nature's gorgeous foliage was fully displayed, fashioned Into wreathes and mats of various designs by tho pupils of both principal and assistant's grades. Some of the designs showed perfect taste in'colnr blendiugand delicate shading of autumn leaves from forest and lawn, cedar, mis tic too and holly. This original idea to attract the mind and heart of these little students of Prof. Chandler and Miss Yancey is to be commended. Threo youug ladles, former pupils of this school of learning, acted as Impartial Judges, not knowing "who was who" as to tho nimble lingers which had woven the gorgeous garlands. After careful consideration the prizes were awarded to Hugh Warder Roff and Mae Maulon for the most artistic wreathes, and to Earl Fritz and Elizabeth KoITfor tho prettiest mats. Prof. Chandler then took the picture of all tho little workers with a fitting background of foliage and brlght-huechrysanthemums. tur-koyd LaMODE MILLINERY COMPANY. M REMOVED, g 1 I Drs. Arlarkham, I I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Pj H H West Third Street. Phone 123. 19 fl B THOS.J.CHENOWETH, You Have Got f he Money! We have got the DRUGGIST, Card of Thanks. To our many friends in and around Maysville, Cor. Stcond and Suttos StrttU, MsyivlUt, Ky. tho Ladles' Aid Society of the First Church of Christ, Natrona, Pa., desires to thank all who so generously assisted in bringing to a successful elobo the carnival which was given Nov. 5th, 6th, D. 7th, for tho benefit of a new Christian Church A. N. building at Natrona, Fa., and desire to state Formerly Clinical Assistant in the that tho carnival was a complete success in every Central Throat and Ear Hospital : Prof. London Larynrespect. Also, wo wish to thank those who have gology, Cincinnati College Medicine and Surgery responded so promptly to our letters. May God Specialist In Diseases of the Eye, add his richest blessings upon all, is our prayer. Ear and Throat. W. n. Weisiieit, Pastor. Eyes tested and glassas ground to order. Of' GuyBoi-e- , Mas President. flee No. 135 West Second St., Maysville, I ELUS,A.M,M. COAL Give us a trial and be convinced. '82-'0- Ky. People along the now rural free routes to be established Dec. 15th should arrange to get their mail boxes and have them ready. Without a box you will not pet the benefit of tho Bervice. jMDR. LANDMAN.. Central Hotel, Brick, Lima, Sand and Salt. Agents for the famous Alabaster Piaster. Thursday, Dec. 3rd, 1903. mmm HKiwiilbKHflHHHLflHHLV MaysviUe Coal Co, LATEST STYLES IN DAN COHEN BUYS A TRAIN-LOA- D OF PICTURES and FRAMES. " BOOTS and SHOES The Maysville store will have its full share of the greatest cash purchase of Boots and Shoes made in this part of the world. We begin November 1 6th to sell you $1 worth of shoes for 50c. Men's Fine Shoes will be our greatest bargains. If you intend to buy winter Boots and Shoes, this is the time and DAN COHEN'S is the places Our department on Framed cauuot bo equaled. We alsoPictures have a nlco new lino of Portrait Frames and Mouldings. Come in and learn prices. W. H. RYDER. Cancer WIS CURABLnpkf County during the last ten years Wo send S DRS. GRATIONY IUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. I REMOVED, R.C.POLLITT, W. H. MEANS, Manager. Dentist. $ trVWSSfSf6' HILAL1?-G.00- d. &. N08X WMt Becond FOR S AXE. lniv ' Api"y at CKx8M folding camera 1UQ Kast Second street, ic-a-