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0;(nn m fe the RtnOt of tht Iteeent
Tldaffave and CycXenle VitiiiirbincM
" What' tf'm Vi Hitlrirt Iter'
TueulBterlans who writes iha -annate
of. tUilcounii'y.fer the thirty-two years
from Lincoln' inaugural te Harrison's
cxangaral niity divide thd'era'lntd tl'Teb
. ? great opechs: Five years of war, ten
. years 0! reconstruction end 'seventeen
years of contradictory bulletins about
The -snub administered-te Speaker
'Crisp by the leaders el the Reform' Club
dtnuenln NowYerklni4 already became
an Irritating lesue between the friends
1 of the Speaker and the partisans of the
.' President-elect. Frem the mutured
v','threats of rovenge which are already In
j 'the air It Is net unlikely tliut the Reform
Clnb snub mcy thunder' down the ages
(LVmv uue v. iUQ ci'iv tuni niuik uMWhnuiiu
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a., aa exrta nr Tna anrr tiiet nmif nnwrrrnrn
$Lr The Hew Yerk Evening Pest sajs:
,0ne of the chler datie3 Imposed ni-en
the Democratic party by the result of
the recent election is a thorengh over evor
y, hauling of the pension system ami a
purging of the pension roll from the
" lead of corruption It new caries. This
is a Jeb of National heiue-cleaiiug
which hns already been neglected far
! tee long, nnd, which new Imperatively
demands the earliest possible attention.
Te the question whether tUe Caire-
Offi "cretin party has ceuie into pewe. te
stay, cx-SenatorT:elittle respond In the
M' ' atlirmatlve, but with the ctutleus quflM-
V.'-'V fipntlnn tli.it "rhn n:i't; Innilnrj dnrlncr
f. v j
1 'i - the next fenr years tnt'st make a lust rb-
i , -. lutlen of the Tariff and rcoeey quest-
.?. "iP.tlen." This rondera his opinion rather
5vJjy,,,';tf droll aud altogether ru airy ueihlng.
&' I la "PPatmt bofero business beglr",
JL; that tue Domecatfc pirly lacks tlie t.t-
Jrt'i. 1 9 1 .t
? pacuy te worn a just soiui'en et r.py
Wf? . . .
Yung Wung, formerly Commissioner
jet Education for the Chinese GcvernmejM,
takes upei himself te threaten that cH
"Protection will be withdrawn from tlie
1,5C) American merchauts nnd theseve-
; . ral hnnd-ed missionaries uew in Ch'ca
:'j 'If this Government does net repeal the
" .. Chinese Exclusion Act. We wonder
-r.whother'itever'eccurred te him te specn
Vvv late npen what might happen te the
'jjffS,, hosts of Chiueee In this country in
;?Huc!i.an- eventuality. .
'.'' yThe Civil 8erv!ce Commission recem-
, ' mends 0$ nn eSfectnal way te break up
. the busrnesft of making political asses-
; $ , menta in every ec any campaign the at-
most publlcUy, Certainly that would ba a
' t capita1, way. It's as geed as the old re-
; ' clpe for catching birds bj putting salt
,' le3 their ' tails. What Government em-
, 'ploye'dares give an ,ses3raent'awBy.iir
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,;, me raiascer a campaign, ana wnat.care
-palgn committee' war ever feel eneagh
JlaXe puullslvlts ewnbu3lne33, when it' was
I 'Jln business?
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"Last June the pension Tell numbered
iS1" 870,068'" names.! It 13 estimated' that
W -y ....... . . ...
bs5r ni mn 4U P61" ceai' et inese "biiph
fjpnght net te be en the list; still it is
';V'preuicteu inat unless some steps are
!r'4-- 'speedily taken tha enormers list will be
"1 ,,-'-, Increased" eafllcleatly te fnake' the 'rell1
number a round milUep. The Tunis-
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ZfiujEf -elar oye' me uusiuuaa ui wcuuiug em
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JfllCUk JIUIIOIUUUIO UUllb IU UU UUUU till
wico.'i'Te begin, with, let the list be
puulistied se that every pensioner in
every locality can be known. '
i," The Frealdent strnck a popular chord
when he said In his last message:
"V" "'l --- - iM nuu u-u a
iiT'ilnlv n nnt-hwn nrtnnln nnrt nnnnrtnllv in
is.)- -, v . . . . . . .
pur wej king people, net only te oep out
Ike vicious; the Ignorant, the civil dis-
,jttsrber, the pauper and the contract
r )lberer. but te check the tee great a HeW
l-,.et Imwlgntien new coming by further
;',.-' ii ww) cuiutvry wuuiu uu vtua iu nie
XcUtwi of-the laboref it CAhnet allow
wefnraxwHi ec ma Hiiwiiaeu iu-
., BurMa herdW, tbe laevlUbUi
' -la' til i " i kuuti BUlli
RBiwClWF WwHlnf WWfWf VNi WH
Wlf )Au Unvftiiii1$ ttntttne S'W. or if ion
ariCetiijaitiyitniibUtt, pleats drop tua note
tathai i feci.
AndrcW Dnullen is visiting relatives at
James lUsd'ef Wirichesterls visiting
M. 0. Russell.
Colonel E. P. Ferman spout 'ChrlBtmas
iu Lewla county.
Darie) Rice of Cincinnati is en a visit
te his old home here.
Dr. W. F. Hennn of Rroeklyn is en a
visit te his old home.
Garrett B. Wall of
Christmas in this city.
Mvs. M. II. Davis of Mayslick is visit
ing her parents at Purls.
Miss Alma Osbe.'no of
been visiting at 'Augusta. -
Leuis Zech of New Yerk is visiting
relatives and friends here. -
Mrs. Carrie L. Davis baa returned from
an inspection tour of the W. R. C.
Rebert Teup of Cincinnati is spending
the holidays at his home in this city.
Miss Kate Underwood of Delaware,
O., will seen enter school in this city.
Misses Elizabeth Power and Leule
Bruer are guests of Mrs. II. A. Pewer at
Miss Lizzie Sudduth came from Spring
Held, 111., te remain home during -the
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cochran are spend
ing Chrlstma'a with the lattcr's parents at
Rev. C. S. Lucas left yesterday morn
ing for his new Held of labor at Alle
Captain A. C
East te remain
Respcss came from the
with his family during
Mrs. 8. B. Poyntz leaves te-day for
Flerida, te remain for the winter with
her sons at Orlande.
Miss Sadie' Clay! has! returned te her
home near Mayslick from a visit in
.Bourbon county. . .
Miss Maggle'Rt Kelly of Winchester,
O., is visiting Mrs. Lizzle Smithcrs of
East Fourth stroet. . , .
Mr. and Mrs; Charles II. Slack of
Bristel, Tonu., spent Christmas with the
family of Mrs. Slack in this city.
Themas McNaraara, who hns been at
tending the Cell ego of Pharmacy at
Loiiisville, is at home for a vacation.
' " Mr. and Mrs. Nathan' Payten of Rocs-
ville, O.. nre spending Christmas with
his 'pister, Mrs. James Austin of Ferest
Charles M. Gilpin, after an absence of
twphty-twe years, of Marshall, Me., is
here en. a visit te his friend, M. G.
Miss Lizzie Best is home from school
at ' Millersburg te spend the holidays
wit,i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Themas
Mr. and Mrs. August ScbaeiTer and
l.ittlb daughter, Christine, are spending
the holidays with relatives at Mt. Auburn,
Captain James Davis, the veteran stage
driver of Bath county, will seen be the
guest of his brether, Captain Jeseph A.
Davis of "the Fiftli Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Held and children
and Mr. and Mrs. W. 0, Giant and chil
dren of Newport' and Elmer E. Nichol Nichel
son of Canten, 0., are spending Christ
mas with Mr. and Mrs, Cbarles II. Nich Nich
olson. Congressman Themas II, Paynter ar
rived in Mayavllle last night. IIe has.
but recently returned from Het Springs.
Her 'was Immediately surrouuded by a
herde of raveneus oflke grabbers. The
peer man could net eat his supper for
thorn, if he geU but of Maynvllle in
fu'l poiscaslen of his mental faculties It
will be miraculous.
Bbnater Allisen, Sonater Morgan and
Scry Rale, members of the delegft'
He which rprcnted the Ualted States
at tM BfMMili. )HMfJ Ctmwi,
imUxkti fwr Ntw Ytk e Ue Mm
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MAYSVILLE. KY.t TUESDAY, DECEMBER27, r8gh
It was tee cold for th'e boys te de much
Ti' snow added much; te the Christ
mas like nppearance of things.
SAMrseu Rici'inus, nged 03, n pioneer
of Adams county, died at Winchester.
D. W. Rkrd of Paris has purchased
80,030 pounds' of tobacco at an average
' 11. D. Bkykjisdehfsu, formerly of Rip
ley, will edit The Peebles Press after Jan
Cei,. T. T. Milddhn of Winchester hns
the contract te build the new Courthouse
O. C. Phrmm and Miss Lida Shay,
Rewan county schoolteachers, married nt
G. W. OwN8 of Louisville get a
Christmas gift. Hcmarrlcd Miss llattie
Beslor of Covington.
Attktien of our colored readers Is
dirccted te notices under heading "Per
sonal" in another column.
JesEru Ames, aged 25, while climbing
a gas stack at Ashland Furnucc, foil
eighteen feet and will die.
Jesbfh Fimeu, section boss en the
K. 0., lesl his heuse by fire at Shawhan.
D. f. Less $1,000; no insurance.
Marhia HOBEnTS of Carter county is
in Jail at Mt. Sterling for sending threat
ening letters through the mails.
A blazk in the kitchen of Henry Otte's
residence en Vine street caused much
alarm Saturday and but little damage.
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Tkimitv Cemstandeiiy, K. T., dis
tributed fifty large baskets of previsions
te the peer of Cincinnati en Christmas
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Paul Zaciiias, a festive piano drum
mer, jolncdtthe Baptist choir at Bowling
Green, and after cashing n let of bogus
checks he lit out.
Tna marriage of Alex Cenner and Miss
Cern McKce will take place at the Chris
tian Church in Owlngsville Wednesday
evening, Jauuary 4th.
Mns. HASNAit Mebkkly, aged 83, died
nt Harrodsburg. She was a sister of the
Iato Hen. Berlah Magoffin, and widow of
Colonel William Moberly.
Boutne.i county tobacco sold well In
Louisville last week. Eight hhds. pew
leaf, lugs and trash from $7 te $16 75,
and ten hhds. at $6 te 13 25.
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A oane of toughs' undertook te break
up a school ontcrtainment in Menifee
county. It took three doctors te patch
up the holes in the sonsefguns.
T). A. FirziwrniCK, a few years age
the leading merchant tailor of Cincin
nati, died at Geed Samaritan Hospital
Saturday. Whisky has made a mental
and physical wreck of the once ro re ro
C. 0. Lkex, the scene painter who
elppcd from Millersburg with pretty sixteen-year-old
Mary Craig, was arrested
at Falmouth and taken te Paris for trial
for abduction, but was discharged. Leen
said lie had married the girl in Cincin
Geeiuik W. Wilsen, a long-whlle-ago
foreman of the Excelsior Printing Works
of this city, has TnK 'Lbdeeh's thanks
for a hnndsome copy of Dixie, the lead
ing Industrial journal of the Seuth. It is
printed at Atlanta, and its handsome
typography bears the fluger-marks of
Geerge. . , .
SoMRneDT of somewhere has an at
tachment belonging te a"Warncr eleva
tor lying in the Postefllce awaiting identi
fication. It came in Saturday shorn of
its original direction. If it bele'ngs te
any of the Wnrner elevaters in this city
the owner will please call at the Post Pest Post
etllco and get it.
TnK Postefllce ferce was pretty well
tuckered out at the clese of business
Saturday night. Keeping the office epen'
till 0 e clock in the evening afforded many
persons opportunity te send packages,
and they were prompt te avail thcmselvcs
of it, Going and coining; thqre was
about a carload of boxes and bundles aud
packages handled by the Mnysville ofllce
during the three days before Christmas.
Dan Hciuunkh, the Bourbon county
bunkeist, has been identified positively
as the man who beat a Jcssamlne county
haysecd out of $5,000 a few months. Age,
It's awful te think there nre se many
damphoels living. Tim Lkderu is in
favor of giving the bunkeist his frocdem
and the money. It was a case of greed
en the part of the mossbaeks. If they
had swindled the bunkeUt they never
would have made' a fuss about it, and It
Would have been all right. Ner Would
ma tmnxwwt wave uawvu any rewnru ler
the ttfOYWy Of tlw jwreeyV PafyMtftT
(kw't le tm4ft44 Ui ww, It's only Uw
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isma, tri kmrn. firm -p ,.'-"mi.w -v4 - .
BETWEKN TKK ACTS
He told ber tlw old, old story,
Tbnt ntsbt oie he left hey tide,
Wnl'.e the curJn'n bid for a llttle ttpnee
The vll'tilu, the hore and hrMe.
Through the llm-llt theater soft was heard,
The orchestra's soulful wail,
Herlie?it'wt8 turned te t'je musie'sreep,
Kts fflce with dcslre was pole.
Near dretv his lips te her dnlnty car,
Slip turned with aconse'ous smlie
"I'iU KO'iiff te speak te ii man," be enld,
"I'll be back In a Mtlq whlle."
Comiten died at Ashland,
C. W. Si'AnKS is new proprietor of the
Mt. Ollvet HeteU
Mblret CerLEY married Miss Laura
EndicetC at Louisa.
lick Springs, aged 55.
died nt Blue-
Covington's expenses for relief te her
peer amount's te about $16,000 a year.
jAMtis ConeitN of Charleston, died
from dr.nk and exposure at Huntington.
William Scott and Miss Sarah Ham
monds married nt Ashland Sunday morn
ing. Gaiihett Damen of Hutchinson and
Miss Lucy B. Themas married at North
Dav.d Evans, n faithful engineer of
the C. nnd O., married Miss Susie Pcarce
The trial toy Jury ts te be curtailed, or
perhaps entirely abolished, by the Indian
Dn. W. F. Leng of Madlsonville was
strnck by a train near Nashville and died
from his Injuries.
There were only thlrty-flve registered
packages received at the Postefllco In
end mail yesterday.
Willie Out, whlle coasting at Irenton,
was thrown down and get a bad cut ever
the eye. Net dangerous.
A TEMi'OKAnv injunction has been
granted te step operations of the Phoenix
Pewder Mill near Kenova. W. Va.
G. W. Ehien, new of Paris, formerly
of Germantown. married Miss Sallle De
Jarnett at the Palace Hetel, Cincinnati.
Felix Garked of Lawrence county
died in Missouri. His remains wero in
terred at his old home, eight miles from
Mns. Edwin L. TnosirseN died at Paris.
8he was oniy'married a week Bge, her
husband having traveled 3,000 miles te
wed her. 8he"wns a hello of theclty.and
her death was a great shock te everyone.
Sunday evening Early Werick was re
turning from a visit te his best girl, when
the horse led him against a stout limb.
He get a sovere brulse eh the Cheek and
n slight ene en the' nose. He deesn't
An Interesting foature in connection
with tbe new dam being built across the
Big Snndy at Louisa is that it is the first
needle dam ever built in the United
States, and that it is two feet higher than
any ethor simllnr dam in the world.
Kinjian, aged 23, farmer, from
Dcrnma, this state,
was in Cincinnati
Saturday buying Christmas presents for
his wife and baby1. In trying .te get en a
train, with his arms full of trinkets, he
fell, was run ever and had both legs cut
off. Will die.
W. B. Catcuines and Vincent Bering
of Londen, and F. 8. Smith of Washing
ton, who are en the bends of several star
reute contractors of Kentucky, nre the
successful bidders en ever 000 star routes
for the Eastern section, which were let
the ether day.
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CiiAitLUs A. Tayleu of Owen county
went ever te Cincinnati and tanked up
en that city's mean whisky. Then he
hunted for some fun. Going Inte a drug drug drug
Btore he swiped n let of bric-a-brac en
the deer, and seen tin officer had him in
a patrol wagon
Feu the championship of the Seuth,
why net Center Colloge Football Team
challonge the University of Virginia nnd
have the battle royal nt Maysvllle. The
railroad would give each club an easy
trip, nnd at the same time have something
like a $1,000 crowd.
A son of William II. Sparks, living near
BprlugdaU, has prosefttod the Editor with
A gavel made from weed of the old tlhby
PrUnn at Richmond, Va. It U tlw
rettyti, and for that teea tke pere ap
hU, Ifer ' UUty1 wm Mmf i
fewjfti fim for Um wterHmMi Urtwi
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JenN WniTB end Geerge Matsen, both
colerod, procured $10 en a forged check
at Harrodsburg. They were nrrested.
TnaJf. 27. Fritbii hit a bridge pier at
Bollaire with a barge of fire brick. Beth
barge and pier are still ibere.
Galbrkath Bres, have sold the
Augusta and Mt. Olivet 'bus line te
Richard and Claude Lin ville of the latter
place, who assumed management.
Jehn Cox, Marshal .of Lamasco, was
shot and killed by Charles Jehnsen Sat
urday night at a festival. Jehnsen was
noisy and the Marshal tried te quiet him
At MlddlcsberOugfi a nogre desperade,
known as "Red Mountain Kid," Bhet
and killed a white man, William Burnett.
The murder was unprovoked. The ne ne
geo was arrested.
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William M. McNahama, cx-Eeeper of
the New Yerk Tombs, who let his priso
ner, Dick Kyle the forger, escape seme
'days age, has been arrested and placed
under $3,0C0 bends te answer.
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Tub new Constitution makes it obliga
tory en the Sberiff te advertise and sell
property en which taxes are net paid by
County Court Day in January. He has
no option In this matter and is compelled
te ebey the law.
W. C. Payne, the hustling Adams Ex
press Agent, bears chccrfnl testimony te
the efficiency of the Free1 Mail Delivery
of the Postefllce. He says it was an in
valuable aldin notifying persons te call
at the Express office for packages.
Tub Sunday-school entertainment nt
the Christian Church last night was quite
a success. It consisted of music and
stereeptican views by Professer C. C.
Cline of Clncinnntl and was very enjoy
able. About 8-50 was realized.
Tne children of the First Presbyterian
Church Sunday-school had a real Santa
Glaus, chimney, flre place and all Satur
day night. Old Snnta, In the person of
H. C. Curran, made the descent of the
chimney and d!stributcd the geed things.
Tns II raid is preparing an Immense
industrial edition of that excellent paper.
It will be a "write up" of Huntington's
enterprising business, and the liternry
part of the work will be by Will B.
Tomlinson a guarantee that it will be
The nudience at the Opera-house Sat
urday night seen thought they had made
a mistake. They were of opinion that
they liad struck a "cold sterage" estab
lishment instead of the play-house. Ne
wonder the actors tried te warm their
hands ever the footlights!
Ferman BnoeKS Smith, aged 4 years,
youngest child of Mr. and 'Mr a Jehn T.
Smith, died at the home of its parents en,
Ferest avenue yesterdey morning. The
little one was never strong. The funeral
vjill take place this afternoon at 2
o'clock from the family residence. Much
sympathy is extended the bereaved
Judge Themas TX. PnisTR'n entertained
bis official household at, supper last night
at Ills residence. These present were:
Sheriff J..W. Alexander, Deputy Sheriff I
Samuel Perrine, Jailer R. O. Kirk, County
Attorney C D. Newell, Deputy' Clerk
Johp 0. Level, Deputy Clerk T. D. Slat
lery, Clerk of Quarterly Court C. M. Phis Phis
ter and Adna A. Wadsworth.
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Thkrr ,is a rumor that seems well
grounded that the Chesapeake, and Ohie
Railroad will embark in the steamboat
business In the near future, putilpg lu a
line between Cincinnati and Charleston,
W. Va. It Is claimed, by wav of excla
mation, that the C. and O. peeple ere
getting the worst end of the fight bo be
tween the Bay Line nnd the Big Sundy
Line In the way of rates, and they hope
te restore things te their former condi
tion by reducing the rate, still lower,
and currying such freigbt as they de net
wish te take by rail en their steamer.
7vi of Puke lllll.
Duke Hill, whom almost every man In
Maysville knew, died Sunday morning at
Lexington, no was the eldest son of the
Inte Charles B. Hill, and was about SS
The funeral will occur at 10 o'clock te
morrow morning from the home of his
mother at the UuTHouse.
His misfortune and untimely taking off
arc, te be regretted.
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"A Beclal Session" played te n small
nudleucu at the Opcra-house Saturday
night. As played It was an Inferior pro
duction, hut the actors should be given
the boneflt et existing conditions. The
building was cold enough te have frozen
all the talent out of them which they
might have poaueieed. Tbe spectators
huddled together and tdilvercd like te
many sheep. Many left the house, una
ble te stand the torture. The porferrnori
ami musfcUei euffcred nUwly. . The
Utter were geed. Orb thing wm wu4e
Vl44tUtty allkcf t$l K4iwMUt)X
w Ji W-WmM m m Iffl WfK WWW MITH'
t'uv tevx4 utep 4.revxBahrQ$fy
oelu airer away, -v
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h Mt Hiu imj im5 aucc jmrtnai, veuactar an ,
Treasurer and AattMeft" The XcrfjwV
nciunne for xeur Atnvenumx. j
In.erder that lhe".rqaderl 'of VuJMXMtrj
may have seme diversion with whlelf te oe-'.
cupy their minds, and desiring at the sarae
tlme te attract publle attention te ournewsr
ing- contest, and bopethat our subscribers ahfWp
readers may bcoemo Interested in ourcCert tO-7, '?i
1 Publle Intercut durlnir the nezt fenr weclci J
lll i mnrn win(rallw1 In ihn nninlni nltw " 1
uiuvnuu inuu iu euy uiuur iwni manor, una . t.
we pave, tnerorero, seioetca inatastne naata :;
of our gueeslnp contest. , , At
We have soleetod m tbe reoee te be guessed ..,. j
...Lli. 1...1...T L.. . UU A ..LV JZ.CUB..fU uuuin:uii . .Jt
nnA nrAnaumf. anA 'AsuMalr fr thn 'imfti7!
that tbey Beem te be tbe most oempllcdtcdj ,A;-
and mero interest wlll'prebably be manlfcsted,..'
la them, as tbere are .threo or merp candidates
for each offlce. The outcome In these contests
will be harder te antlclpate, and, therofero,
our scheme will preve the mero Interesting'.
Fer the offleo of City Marshal there ero Six v
candidates announced, as follews: M. . Me-.
Kelluy. E. W. Fitaerald. Jehn "W. itleranddr ' r
Jehn V. Day, James Redmond" and W. D. Dair- . C
Fer Collector and Treasurer there are two -'
centestants: James W. Fitzgerald and Hora
Alse threo rer Assesser: Charles D. Bhcp
ard, Fred W. Uauer and Jehn Walsh. ' '
Tho-e are l,i23 votes registered.
We propeno te gtve In prizes 1 17 00 In geld,
The first prtze of 110 in geld will be gtven te
the flrtt xerwn who names the wlnner iu each
contest and also guossea noarest te the exact
number of votes received by och.
A second prlze of 15 In geld will be given te"
the person making the next best guess.
A third prize of 2 GO in geld will be given te"
the parson making the third' bcst.guees.
In making guesses the following rules must
First All guesses must be made out en the
following- form Out from TrtE Ledges and for-
warded by mall or handed in persen te this
Setend Gucsses must be. made In each. of
the threo contests In order te rocelve consid
eration. Third Your name and Postefllco 'address
muBt be slgned at the bottom of your gueerf.
In awarding the second and third prlzos'ne
account of the tlme they are roeoivod w'U"de
taken into consideration. These prizes will be
given te these entitled te them by reason, of
their fruesses, no matter at what time said
guesses nre received.
All guesses must be roade fe that they will
reach this oOIeo by 6 o'clock p.m. en Satur
day, December 81st, 18ft!.
Any one, man, woman or ehUd, can guess.
Fill out this blank as indicated and cut it
out and forward bv mall te PrmLin I.kikier.
Maysville, Ky., or hand In person te this office. . JU
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I PREDICT THAT :
WIU. BE ELECTED MAIlSnAL.
I I PREDICT THAT
WIU. DE ELECTED
COLLECTOR AND TREASURER,
,' I PREDICT THAT
5'! WILL BE ELECTED ASSESSOR.
iieeelvlng... ..". ....votes.
, Tub regular meeting of Pisgah En
campment, I. O. O. F., took place last'
night, when the following officers wero
C. 1'. Allen A. Edmonds.,
S. W.-Oeorge H. Frank.
H. P. Themas.P. Ieycc.
J. W.-Fred ncrtram.
Scritie Dyron Rudy. '
Treasurer James Smith.
' Finance Commlttee-W. B. Pocor. W. T,
Cole, Fred Hertram.
Trustees R. A. Cochran, James Smith. J. F.
All Along thn Line
is heard praise of Dr. Hale's Household
Ointment. Mrs. I. S. Jacobs of Farming: Farming:
ten, Mnlne, writes that she suffered five
years with varicese veins and two fun
ning seres en her leg, and was completely
cured by Its use. D. S. Filley, Salisbury,
Vt., writes: "We cannot live without it;
it relieves my sister of asthma at once; it
cures a burn or hurt of any kind almost'
iustantly." Under date of May 30th, 1893,
R. II. Simpsen, Lorey, N. Y., writes: "I
used Hale's Ointment for rheumatism
three years age and have net been
troubled since. It is the finest ointment
in the world for general use." 8.1c. and
50e. per box. Fer sale by Pewer & Rey
Clentl for ttie UelUluyt.
The Misses Yeung gave another of theln
pleasant entortainments In their usual
and happy manner en Friday morning, '
The program consisted of songs, recita
tions and Instrumental soles, and each
ene after completing their part, wreathed
with smllei, took his or horseat arultl the
npplttuse of the spectators, They re-
tlectcd credit en the highly accemplW)4
and gifted teucher,
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