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Our Sale On
la still going ou. Watch our
- window display for oxtrn good
$15 Overcoats for
$8. 75 I
Now ia your chance, hook
them ovoi while we have a
'good selection. Tomorrow
may bo too Into.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's foremost Clothiers.
City Mail Carrici Prank Hnucke of
Forest avenue who has been ill for
weoks n.i able to mi i,; t '...'. lor
the firt tt'iio. Edward Citel is snli
biiif.' in ihii of Air. Himeke.
lion. J. N. Kehoe, President nt the
Standard Bank of Maysvillo, addressed
tho Cincinnati Oinptei Anioricaii In
Htitutc of Bankors nt their mooting n1
the First National Bank Ruilditi :H
Cincinnati last week.
HOUSE PASSES NEW TAX BILL
1'iaiikfort. Ky., Mann I. If the ;.
enuo and taxation bill becomes a law
the State Tax Commission will bo com
posed of the State Auditor, Mie State
Treasurer and one man elected by the
jcople. An ;nt,endmi'iit with thil pio
ision offered by Iitp't -.i-nt-iliw uirtn
and II. 0 U'llTy, .i ndopto I this ..ft
crnoon bv a vote 3f J1? to I"
BEGINS NEXT SUNDAY
Third Stroot M. E. Church To Bo The
Sceno of Stirring Religious Revival
Rev. Btinton to Proicb.
Revival servjecs will bojtin hiindny
at the Third Street M. K. Church. Thes"
oieotiiigs have been looked fnrwiud to
for weeks by the members and fiiemU
of the church. Every preparation has
been made that could possibly be made
Already folks are laying then plant
to attend every night it possible. Not
only this church but score and him
dreds of friends are looking forward to
tho coining of Rev. 0. W. Bmtjn, lio
is to do the preaching. It has been si
years sinco he was pastor in Mays
vllle. Since leaving Maysville i.e hu
bcen pastor of Union M. E. Church
Covington, Ky., a church noted foi it
-long lineitof eminent ministers. Just i
few months ago tho degree of Doetii.
of Divinity wts conferred on Rev. Bum
ton by Chattanooga I'nhersily. I.'ev
, Dunton is not only a splendid pantot
lut nn evangolistie preacher of much
success. He just completed a .-.erics nt
meetings at Barbourville, Ky., whicl
was conceded to bo ono of tin- beat meet
i inga evei held in that city. Rev. Bun
ton is n favorite uheiover he goes, i
lias distinguished himself as le.idei ot
ti b yoii'ig peoples' meetings at Kiu
gios Canijiineetu.g fur sexeial years.
Tl o peViple will want to hear him. It
will be n gieat meeting. The pastor an.,
members are anxious that the whol
crnimiinity enjoy to tlio full this seiit
of meetings jnd they extend a er
warm invitation to oeiynne to attend
Even one will be lie.i'tilv welriiiiu-d.
In Kentucky To Be Reduced To 2's
Cents Per Mile By Four Other
Roads Besides tho L. & N.
In order to compete with the Louis
ville nnd Xnshvillo Rnilroad Coinpanv
for passenger Jiusiucss ' m Kentucky,
four other roads, tlio (southern Railway,
Chesapeake and Ohio, Illinois Central
and the Louisville, Henderson and St.
Louis Road, will follow tho lead taken
by tho Louisville and Nashville, and
reduce their rates to 2Va cents per mile
between now nnd April I.
The .reductions of the othei loads will
apply, as in tho case of the L. & X., to
local or State business and, according
to calculations made yesterday on the
total mileage of the various lines, will
mean n saving of at least .f 800,000 a yea
to the traveling public.
Tim Chesapeake and Ohio mileage in
cludes Louisville to Cntlettburg, 211
miles; Catlettsburg to Elkhorn vity, 12
miles; Ashland to Cincinnati, HI miles,
and branches Mt. Sterling to Itothwoll,
twenty miles; Garrison to outer Coun
ty, twenty miles, or a total of 520 miles.
Passenger rates of tho C, & O. fiom
Louisville to 'Lexington, Lexington to
Mt. Sterling, Lexington to Winchester,
nro now quoted on a basis of 3 cents a
mile. To all these points the into win
bo reduced to 2, cents a n.ilc, inasmuch
as that company uses tho tracks of tho
L. & N.o these points nnd the L. & V.
reduction is effective in bis torritory.
Already Bolow 3 Cents.
To some at the other smaller place)
mentioned, such ns Catlottsburg, Ash
land and Rothwcll, however, it will not
bo necessary, for tho C. & O, to make
any cut in passenger rates as they nro
Ifnowj- hi many instances, belor JJip010'1
Tlio fuucial services over tlio renmina
of the late V. II. Cummlngs took phec
tin niuru'i'g nt 0 o'clock from St. 'it
tick's Clittrch, burial In Maysville cem
OOOD FAMILY LEAVING
! mi e
Mr. David T. Wndswoitli, tlio export
elect riclnn of this city, who Is uow ono
of the Electrical State Inspectors ui
Insurance risks, today is moving hi
family from this citv to 'Iwensboro,
vlmi ' they will mako their homo. Mr
nml Mrs. Wnilsworth and tlmir ihllil
reu aio ni09t worthy, dosiiuliln res
.dents and tlio city of Owonaborn will
thus aili' to it- roster of excellent pen
BOSS BULL MOOSEIt STIRRING 'EM
UP IN POUTII AMERICA.
London, March I. John T. l-enfesty
of Chicago, arrived licit' fiom South
Ameiica, says the conduct of Theodore
l!oo9evelt in South Ameiica has been
the subject of native comment. Mr.
Lenfcsty said that he had been told
that, though Mr. Iloosnvelt was publicly
entertained, he charged for nil his
speeches. He said many South Amer
icans wore offended by some of Boose
velt 's remarks.
RESIGNS FROM REVENUE SERVICE
TO ACCEPT BETTER PLACE.
Mr. I'rostnu 1). Wells of this city, ho
has been in the Revenue seivico in this
district for several years, lately being
stutioned nt one of the Frankfort dis
tilleries, and lcsiditift with his family
i i that delightful capital, has lesigned
bis position to accept the place of boss
waiehoiiscman in the Oeoige . Baker
I)ist?llirn Company at Fmnkfort.
This position pays better and is much
n.rie satisfactoiy and permanent.
However, it is to bc regietted that
Maysville is to lose Mr. Wells and hL
SENTENCED TO PEN
Harrison County Man Is Convicted On
Charge of Detaining Woman.
Cwithiann. John Boots Slade in the
Hairison Circuit Court was sentenced to
the penitentiary on an indeterminate
sentence of from two to seven years on
the diargo'of detaining a woman. It
was alleged that Slade and the young
num. in were out driving when he at
tempted to attack her. The incident
ooeuueil last summer.
Our colored eilizens.
The t'ongo RiMir Tabernacle Lodge
No. m will meet ton'gl t at the usual
l.oui. All members are uiged to In
piOMOiit as there is business of import
ance to transact.
MRS. BEhTlE L. Dl'DLEV, 11. 1'
MISS JANE SMITH, C. R.
Mis. Nellie Lewis died yostciday at
her home near Mincna. She worked as
cook in Maysville and suffered f rot.)
luln'ii eb.sis. Tlir.iiin the kindness of
Mi- Tlnim.is M. RiiMMidl she wa enabled
to in to hoi home, wheio she would n.ive
id Mil of iiesh air. Funeinl tomorrow
mm ii i u at 0 o'clock from hei home.
LOCAL RAINS TODAY;
I.'ivei lO.s tailing. No i.e.
Tacoiiia up tonight for Pomeroy.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on oouutry produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Fro
liens . .'. 13c,
Old roostoiH 6c.
Cincinnati, 0., Maich 1. Receipts for
the past 2t hours: Cattle 2HS; hogs
VM; sheep 280.
Cattle Slow and weak to a shade
lewer. Shippers, 0.257.75, extra, $9
8.15; butcher steers, extra $7.0o
7.8."i, good to choice $77.C0, common
to fair $5.500.7.r); heifers, oxtrn $7.05
Bulls Steady. Bologna $0.507.2,,
extra 7.3.", fat bulls, $77.50.
Cattle Slow and weak, 21e lower.
Extra $10.50, far to good ic810.25,
common and large $310,
Hogs Generally 10c lower, except a
few sales early, Be lower. Selected
heavy s.80(7T 8,90, good to cholco pack
ers nnd butchers $8.808.00, mixed
packeis, s.7.")8.30, Htags $l.757.10.
Sheoj) Steady. Extia $5.50, good to
choice $.5(M.tO, common to fair $3
Lumbs Strong; 1015u higher. Ex-
I tru $8.158.25, good to choice $7.75
8.15, common to fnlr $5.757.50, clip
ped Iambs $0.507.:i.".
Wheat steady 99ef 1.00; com steady,
C708c; -oats steady i2j43e; ryt
steady flfl07c: provisions steady, but
icr steady, pggKtlrm, prime flrs's 28c,
FATHER REALLY OUGHT TO
HAVE HIS PICTURE
Ho hasn't had a, photograph
sinco that funny looking ono in
tho cut-away coat that ho was
married in, ('Twos a noon wed
ding, you know.)
Yes, mother saya 'twas a good
ono of him as he looked THEN,
but really, for tho sako of the
family, there should bo ono of
him as ho looks NOW.
Tho Photographor in Your Town.
OPPOSE WOMAN SUFFRAGE
Opposition to the constitutional
amendment for woman .suffrage was all
Minced at a hearing of the House .luill
i iniy Committee Tuesday by represen
tatives of the Wage Earners' Suffrage
League of New York, the National As
sociation Opposed to Woninii Suffrage
CLASH OVER MT. STERLING
W.isliinglnn, March . Ilepresenta
tive W .,'. Fields, of tho Ninth Kce
tuel ilislrict, today announced that he
lei'iunineiiced L. T. Cfiiles, president of
tin wholesale grocery firm of Chil.M,
'I liompsou &. (.'onipany, Mt. Sterling, for
pnstnia,,oi of that citv
erntoi (l.ime is baching 'Squiri
Turner, a brother of Judge Turner, for
THE BOLDEST ROBBERY ON REC
ORD IN LOUISVILLE.
Two robbers obtained $3,900 in fash
niid jewelry Tuesday night from the
jeweliy storo of W. P. Brandenburg,
(ir2 West Market htreet, Louisville, nft
ei forcing Brandenburg and his watch
maker, Ernest G. Kinnoc', 'nto i real
loom at the point of revolvers and bind
ing and gagging them.
One robber guarded the bounds men
while the other occupied hnlf an hour
selecting the loot.
w' ' JiSjr..
! S" A. OBI
The rrtrul to prosperity looks liko nu up-hill climb. Ir
may lo nt Urst, but it keeps setting easier. The Dearer you
got to the top the more joy you experience in knowing thai
soon you will be up nnd tho climb will bo over. Towards the
top the money you have in the bank beitiH to nsaist and booel
you. Nothing succeeds like success, nnd ercry ono will push
you the way you nro going, down 01 up.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.'
STATE NATIONAL BANK
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. N
Is approaching, but there will be no let-up in
the care with which Tobacco is handled at the
JLi iimJLw f imI aLwHla mJLhmJ
Until the end. We will continue to sort it care
fully, watch the sellers' interests closely and
make it bring the
Top o! the Market !
The most Tobacco has been and will continue
to be sold at the HOME, because that is where
It Sells Best. .
HERE'S A BARGAIN
We bars About 00 Duabela OLOVEti SEED tbnt haa about 15ft
ALSYKEht it tbat wb are going to loll at $11 per buihel OA8U.
Corae quick 1! you want eome ofit,
P? 'A.TTSrSS BROS. . PKONE'IBI
v I ' j' 'TtiT ffn' ti'lUJ'ii ilV'tlt IK f'lf fl-.ViV a;i.,
Sonato and House conforces ngrood
on nil differences ovor tho Alaskan Rail
NOTiOE TO ALL MEMEBEKS OF
MURPHYSVILLE M. E. CHURCH.
Will every poison who is a member
of tho M. E. Chur.cn at Murphysvillo
plenso send tboir names to either Row
W. II. Morris, Sardis, Ky., or D. E.
Rhodes, Routo 2, Mnysvillo, Ky.?
In some inaiinor a part of tho records
luivo been misplaced, and it is tho de
sire of the pastor do havo a complete
list of all nnmes.
D'. E. RHODES,
Secretary of Mens' Business Olub.
3tatk or Ohio, Out or ToLino, .,
I.VCAS COUHTT, I "'
Kranl: J. Cheney mnkcsoatb thnt bo IsaaAlot
partoerot theflrmof K.J. Cheney A Co. .doing
builneiiln the oltvof Toledo, oaunty and itsie
aforeiald, and that tsld flrniwlll pay the mm ol
ONK HUNDHED DOLLARS for each and ever)
cateofCatarrb thatoannot be cured by the men)
taU'sCntarrhCure. PRANK J. CHKNEY.
Swomlohoforeme and tubtorlbed tn my ore
lencethlsfllhdAyot Docerober, A. I)., 1886
(SBAI..) A. W GtKABOII,
natltCatarrli Cure It taken Intcrnallyandacti
tllreotlyon tlio blood and tnuooun turfacos ot tbr
K. J. CIIRNRY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold all DtUKgliU, 75f .
PAILS OF WHITE FISH
PAILS OF FANCY
AND OTHER LENTEN GOODS
J. C. CABLISH
SAVE SOME MONEY
AND PUT IT
BE SAFE IN
, .,r' WK
Have you ever tried our way H
PH nl borrowing money to pay (or 2
I n farm J
S You, ot course, know tbnt jg
most farms aro told (or one-
J third caah nnd tho bnlaoto o( H
H i ho pamcnt is represented by fj
M lien notes due in ono nnd two
Q years. You also know that Jj
there are timts when it is im-
Q tosBiblo to pay Ihceo notts 5
H when they becomo due. r
Our specialty is lending
gj money ou goou inrinH tor gj
LONG PEttlODd. , Wouldn't
you rather hnve five yenre to J
B pay the balance than two yeare? gj
Mt Any one expecting to buy
S farms tbin March will (li well
to tome in aud consult us uboul
H getting the money. S
We have been giving satis- g
5 lactory etrvice (or 24 years. Ji
Union Trust finds
h Maysville, - - Kentucky
HUERTA'S DRUNKEN BLUFF.
Mexico City, March 4. Tulkinj,' f -r
the first -tiniu today to a few newly nr
rived nowgpunur vorrcspoiulents Ihnrtti
said that ho had an army of 250,000
with which ho will fight tlio rebels.
.. U W ICLl I JO I the I.eaJinat of llr
IVanteJ " "Lost" and "found," ami nut exertilm
'tui. Ilnrs In Irngth, Ore V.TiV; to all.
Cd'.Vo llualiirw AiUrrllM'Uii'iiU Innerl.
If annvrt fait to come the firtt (mt, wr Invite n
mm n repetition) at are nefiuryto rrrurr what yo
'1 ertisr for. We vlih aitierttiert to feet that fie
re not Impoilng on tub tiling our free cclumm
ILO'Athertliert mi'ht fvrntsh copy which ro- 6
eft at the Qflce or lent tiy mail.
TltS PVDLIV LKDOKK
A'o. 10 KaU Third fitreet
WANTIJD Secoud-hand coal heatini;
stove small one. Apply to 140 East
Third street. 27-Ct
WANTED Girl to do general house
work and cooking. Wages $3 per
week. Phono 320.
WANTED Work of any kind so its
honest, by a young boy, ago 16. Cau
read and write. Don't smoko or chew
tobacco. Address Walter P. Grisham,
It. D. No. 1, at Mr. Win. Tuggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on tablo nt
15 Market strcot.
ft) It KENT Cottage of. four rooms,
117 West .Fourth street; water and
gas. Also good stable. For partic
ular call on Thos. L. Ewau & Co.,
Farmers & Traders Bank. 3 3t
FOR RENT Houso iu Market street
buitablu for ofllces or dwelling, with
gas and water. Apply to Mrs. D.
k'Oli KENT 0 room cottages and 6
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold wator, one
floor, tlio acme of economy, comfort
aud convenience. Excollent location,
Fourth and Plum utrcets. J. M.
.'OR SALE For immediate sale several
pieces of good second hand furniture
and two carpets. 313 East Secoud
htreet. riiono 551. 5-3t
Ff)K SALE Two bolsters aud four pil
lows, now, and bed quilts. Apply to
232 Limestone street. 3-Ct
FOU SALE STEEL UNIT FILING
CAlil.VET, coaslsting of Card Index,
Verticlo Lottor File, Storage Draw
on, and Cupboard Sections, Sanitary
Base and Top. Price low. UOOM
25, First National Bank Building.
FARI FOR SALE Well improved;
37 Yt ncre.i on rural routes 1
miles from Orangeburg High School.
Pric $1750. Call on or address" Dr
It. P. Moody, MayavllJ, Ky. M50t
FOU SALE A lino rosowood EMER
SON Grand Square PIANO, excellent
tone, finest inukc, in good condition,
and without a blomish. Price reason
abl. Ccill PHONE 333, Maysville.
"LOST Pair noso glasses with a spring
button attached. Return to E. L.
Manchester and recoivo reward.
LOST Gold bar pin with tho name
"Mary" upon it. Finder please re
turn to thii otiico.
LOST Red coat button botweeg Ceu
trnl Presbyterian Church and Forest
avenue stepi. Please return to Mar
tha Betiu. S-flt
LOST Bay mare abont 15 hands high,
- weight about 900 lbs., small white
spot in forthead. Hair cut on right
shouldor under mane and cut ou sides
by harness. About 8 years old. $5.00
reward if returned to Geo. Pollitt's
livery stable. Bootou Hill, Fleming,
LOST Gold Guff Button Saturday with
..initial "I" and some eiigraving on
it. Finder please leave at this ofllce.
.LOST Pocketbook containing (4, be
tween Hunt ' itore and juui auaec.
I, .Finder ptaft retirn to Sant'A ate)
J . ' ..
It is Time to Do Your g
Spring Sewing t
Wo have tho goods you want, attractive in quality and prlco.
Muslin3, Oamurlcs, Nainsooks, Long Cloths, Mulls, India Linons,
Dimities, Linens, Voiles, Gropes, Satincs, Canton Cropos. Cling.
hams, Percales, Suitings, Dross Goods, Silks Embroideries, Laces, H
riouueings, Camasolo Laces and Embroideries, Nets, Allovors,
Tunic Laces, &c, &c.
This is to lio a laco and ombroidery season and wo havo a 5
great stock from 22 cents to 2.50 dollars a yard. Can ploaao any 5
purse in stylo, quality and price. 5
Trimmings to match ovcrything wo soil and then some, nioro. M
Many oxcluslvo patterns in dross goods of many kinds. Get '
This is tho Glovo and Hosiery House of this part of Kentucky. H
March Fashions arp here. S
R03ERT L. H0EFLICH f
211 and 213 MARKET STREET. g
Still ia thti Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We merely were closing out
an extra line of Gas Siovos.
Come and sen our unrivaled
goods ami jidu' f-r ournelf.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Street.
The Wright Way
to Smoke Meat.
By usine the Wright Way of
curing meat you can have
the bes' meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The Wright Wjy is to use
Wiight's Ham Pickle for
making sugar-curedmeat and
then sm..ke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN i). PKCOK
Ih 40 id
J Ui KinD8aud
II. S. RLLIS, M.nl
Sotiedule elTeotUe Nov.
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE. KY
6:9 . m., 8-33 m.,
3-13 v ia..dlly
5:30 a. m., H:i0 n m
5 UUo.m. dally, looal.
inn p. m., 8:(3 p in.,
o 20 m., fi:30 p m
7 M p. m., vek-dyi
W WIKOKK". Avv
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store is the ele
ment which gives a sign its greatest value as an
advertising medium and investment. The im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterpr se,
merchandise and methods up-to-date It af
fects the entire atmosphere of the business
district The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of theJTimes.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
? 1 T? rfflff TtTTi -
! IValues in
We re sollinir Hrtrt,
H ftso low that evon tbe pooruat
$27.50 SUITS $19.50
$25.00 SUITS $18.50
$22.50 SUITS $16.50
ALL OVERCOATS SOLD AT ONE-THIRD OFF.
Co mo in and see for y mi rani f.
t O. IIJLiUUUJL UU1J,
ttfrTrGOOD CLOTHES MAN,
' 'in tmMroiiliiirfflii"'iJili i1iyliWiiAf "ni " iiriiTliir yImMWh
IF YOU ARE
To sample tbe very bent brands ot
Wbiswi'S and v ines our search will
be extitifl'M tbe moment you iate ttie
kinds we Hre uow offeriiiR to our
pilrous Boib liuesareexceptionally
pure and wb.depomt; to fitrt, the aort
tbat tbe best physicians recommend
to their sickly ai.d convilepcout pi
tienta us u tonic and builder-np of
the ay-tem Yuur h ue ouht to
bnve a supply Mod ynu can easily at
ford it at our piices
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Strut,
nulli-4, Flrt Mntlitmil llmib llnlldlns.
Local and Lorg I OBlo No. 555.
OUtanfi' Phnni" t Ufil1inr' V 117,
and Sales Stable
i If MMm4m
Schaffnurds Marx Clot hen fi
can nff iid to wear them. $
Second and Market Streets.;