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We Are Ready
The new goods Mr.
Frank bought while
in New York are
now in and ready
$10 to $25
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
T Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
MAXBV1LLZ, xr .
Court convened Wednesday morning Judge
Ilicp presiding, with County Attorney Slatterj
and all Magistrates present.
The report of the Building Committee wsb
produced, filed and a balance of $95.45 ordered
to ba placed to credit of general claims fund.
. ' Ih6 County Judge was ordered to draw his
warraqt upon the general claims fund for
$200 as county donation to Mason County
- The settlement of R. L. Turnor, as Chair
man of the Inflrmiry Committed, receivod and
ordered spread upon the record;.
The appraisement of the personally on
the county farm was produced in Court and
The report of the Jail Fhysician was re
ceived and ordered filed.
t Rqnires Turner, Brady and Holliday were
. appointed a Committee bhproposed purchase of
,.matal , desk for Circuit Clerk's office, with
power to act.
' A donation of $25 was made to Uis Jessie
0. Yancey for Mason County Corn Show.
The following levy was made on each $100
for purposes as fallows
: Freo Tump! tea. . . , 25 cuola
School Fund 20 cents
General Claims Fund 15 cents
. Infirmary 0 cents
. Sinking Fond 4 cents
Total 70 cents
A, poll tax of $1.50 wbb levied on each
'Awhlto and colored tithe.
...The report of the Finance Committee was
'received asd ordeiel filed.
' The Turnpike Advisory Board was empow
ered to borrow not exceeding $17,000 for free
tornpika,purposes for current year and pledge
the county turnpike levy as security for some.
, 'The following telephone allowances were
made to Magistrates.
;-, rraeee, 16
.. Kirk.. 13
The Connty Judge was ordered to draw his
warrant for telephone bills for county officials.
. '' The following claims were allowed Msgis-
:. Jratea J. 0. PJckrell, $24; L. T. Gaebke. $G;
&- M. t'razoe, $U; J. U. Kirk, ?l); It. L
- Turner. $12; Stanley Brady, $9: John Dolli-
.d'a;$l5; Charles WalIIogford,$9.
H-Tbe following claims were allowed:
i'' Mti.T. T. Abnrr, smallpox eipenie,
. .89 77
, 10 00
, 1 00
, fl M)
Adams Kxpros Co...
Mi Drown, Sheriff's fees ,
John lirlsboli, Jail supplies
Robert Hon, moving booth
-Henry XL Chllds. Assessor.......
, T. J. Chenoweth, pauper supplies
, Dan Cohen, pauper supplies 3 4&
John II. Clark, Sheriff's fees SI 60
JtCCabllsh A llro., pauper supplle. 4 00
3J..J. L, Dinger, Jail supplies 4 00
Dr. M. II. Davis, pauper inedtoal practice, IS 00
sA. Denlston, puuper supplies.... 36 CO
11. A. Paul, pauper supplies , i2 60
'CGeorg II, Frank, pauper supplies U Ou
"jV-T. - u jiwniieiu a uaueusiuiD, .mil repairs 10 DO
it. j. uaiiner .v ton. pauper supplies 13 73
."j.rjatGantley, pauper supplies.. Id 00
hji'TTalanly A Alpcr, pauper supplies S 00
!,- . ltunt A Bon, Jail supplies 51 6(1
'J.C, Kirk, blue grail seed...'...., ' 1 60
Same, UaKlstrata's fees.. 3 IS
J, T. Kackley A Co., election supplies .... 3 21
$, II, Lane, Constable's fees 4 OU
'$ Kobert Lloyd, pauper supplies ..v..... 8 75
VR.-lt, IavI, Jail supplies 33 25
Leonard A Lai ley. Courthouse supplies. .. 10 4&
. 3: W. Lee, pauper supplies "I 25
:.Langereis A Co., Courthouse supplies 93 3ft
MaYSYlIie Q&S Co... 110 71
J; 8. McQIono, guardluu prisoners. 231 ()
W. IL MacUoy, Sheriffs fees 138 00
:;jo!mChambcrIaln,actlngCountyAttorney b 10
,iayivuie wai uo.' uouruiouse expense . , 1 to
O. W.'MoDonlel A Co,, pauper supplies. . 40 70
-Vrltro., pauper supplies , 31 H5
"McCarlhy.V Altmjer, prlntlog and adver-
'lliloK 0.1 10
A, li Marshall, pauper supplies fi 00
I laysrliUWtrrCo.,waterpnblloballdjgs 110 48
-'JIcIlTld, Humphreys A Knox, Jail sup.
j plleSM..... ..,..., 12 CO
VVrnlp ft. Kprtftlt. tillltnltlni. at .fall II in
r2linryOrt, Courthouse supplies fi 00
:wVDi-"'Ii"'"i )rimiag . id ty
JKibert Perrlne, Uvo stocl: Inspeotlon...... 331 00
;;o;,VJCkrl. Magistrals' fee 0 15
.0, 1'Ickrell, acting County Judge 31 00
.Ttiotasa Eoblnsoa, Sheriff's fees . 7 20
."jR.'W.ttup, Jail supplies ..... . 6 SI
' M, aitutiellCo., supplUi. M. 1UW
!fe.ClH(M W. Rains, pauper supplies & 00
'ft S, iU Reiser, InDrmary supplies ., 10 00
"J LU'l(lli,nlAil.i PAn.t.t.l.t. ,. a en
M ! ww, w......v m ,ba.,.. .,,. 1 QV
j$bort.v Kln, tools for prisoners 1 2i
'EtMWHd Oil Co.. Jail Supplies,.
j('Joii BefeatzpiaBU, Jalt supplies,...,....
BVMWtaWprlatloav ...,.... .........
&nep oiecfn;owmoui i supplies
ife XswMtlta OtW (qH ppl.. .. .
alewJ, ll I........ .-..,.,
"I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes
Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro
nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to
I used it about one week, before I saw much change.
Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years,
has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than
in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui."
if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
of the troubles so common to women.
Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed
of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the
womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up
the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system.
Cardui has been in successful use for more tiian 50 years.
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they
received from it. Try it for your troubles. Begin today.
Write to: Ladies' Advliory Dept., Chaltanooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenu..
for Sptcial Instructions, and M-pa book" Home 1 reatment lor Women." sent free. J SJ
J.J. Wood A Son, Jalt supplies 15 31
Sallle S. Wood, Jail suppll 3 30
J. W. Kltel, Jailer's lees 2J 20
Pollltt ,V Henry, vuccloatlnK pauper 4 23
Iiaao Woodward A Co., pauper supplies... 6 00
Cooper A Tnrnlpsccd, pauper supplies 10 00
John llrlibolt, pest iiouie suppllo s 7 CO
Davis Uros., painting 316.1
Taylor llros.. pauper iupplles 10 00
T. J. Chonowetli, supplies. 175
Ordered that the County Clerk draw his
warrant upon tho general claims fund, and
same to bo countersigned by the Sheriff for all
allowances at this term.
Parties holding claims will call at the
Sheriff's office Saturday morning and get their
Adjourned till court In course.
Mr. Robert Allison is so much Improved
that he will return homo this weok.
TO CUUK A COLO IN ONK DAY
rki LAXATIVE UROMU. Quinine TaMeU
Urugglm refund money It It falls to cure,
QUO VK'S signature Is on eacb box. 25is.
"My lint is in the ling!"
I. Ml . II 1
Western crop out look beat in years,
William Barnes, Jr., was ajjain
elected Chairman ot the Republican
Htate Committee of New York.
Governor MqCreary appointed John
T. Hodge ol Newport as additional
Circuit Court Judge of Campbell
The Hood in the Ohio and Missis
sippi Itivers continuts to menace un
told millions worth of property and
Dr. Gerhard A, BadiDg, nonpartisan
candidate for Mayor, decisively de
feated Emil Bcidel, Milwaukee's So
Interstate Commerco Commission
and express companies practically
reach agreement as to reforms in ex
The- delivery price of Pittsburgh
coal in Cincinnati has been advanced
25c. and the range on anthracite ad-
van:ed to $7S a ton.
ill 1 Hii
Tho Government crop report for
April will be issued Tuesday April 9,
at 2 o'clock, Chicago time, instead ol
11 o'clock na first intended.
Both branches of Congress yester
day passed an appropriation for $350,
000 fur tho relief of the flood sufferers
along the Mississippi Iliver.
The Senate unanimously passed tho
hill introduced by Senator Bradley,
appropriating $250,000 for an exposi
tion celebrating the semi-centennial
of tho signing ot tho emancipation
The annual school consu3 is now being taken
Utr. Robert IUrnes returned to lur
at Millorsburg Wednesday.
At Lexington Urc Eflio Uarper, tho young
wife of Perry Harper, a C. & 0 fireman, made
two determined attempts to commit suicide
Wednesday afternoon by losplng Into the
Tnn Lkkcek acknowledges receipt ot late
Southorn papers from lir. W. L. Csrter of
this city, now traveling in the tljodod districts
ot the Mississippi Valley. 'The papers give a
vivid de.cr'ptlon of the inundated condition of
tho dwnllers in the valley.
Qago marks 47 9 and rislog.
Oh how disappointed you arc to sco
it. Gray hairs take away that youthful
appearance that you are so nnxioua to,
and should keep, for beauty and good
looks depend so much upon natural
colored, thick, glossy and healthy hair.
Everyone Is attracted to the woman
with beautiful hair. Why not have it
get rid of the gray hairs keep them out
altogether by using
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH.
You'll be surprised how quickly it will
restore those gray hairs to their natural
color and how well it will keep them so.
It is not a dye but the most satisfactory
and reliable restorer.
$1.00 and 50c at Drufi Stores or direct upon
receipt of price nnd dealer's name. Send 10c. lor
trial bottlc.-l'bilo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J.
1'orMaleantl Iteroiiimru!eI l,.r
T. J. i'tiruntrrlli.
Do It Now
Have your liouso wlrod beforo
priug houic-cleautug time. We
would be glad to assist you lu se
leullng your fixtures and alto to
devise a good, economical sohem
of house wiring.
G. A. HILL &, BRO.,
119 E. Third Street. 'Phone 55'
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Masonic Temple,
Corner Third and Market Sts.
Residence No. 121 R, Third street; 'Phone No. 8.
tfpecfai Attention to Mteanei
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Oflico Hours 9 to 13 a. m, ; 4 to 6 p. in.
Sundays Ity Appointment Only,
rfjk iy (ftp Wf
I J&'SftfFiW s
Our stocks are now complete in every detail in readiness for the great Easter rush. SHOES OF QUALITY,
BEAUTY AND LOW PRICES, combined with the most exclusive designs, make this the GREATEST SHOE
BUYING OPPORTUNITY ever offered you. Be here tomorrow and avoid the Saturday rush. Ladies'
White Canvas and Nubuck Pumps, $4 values, $3.49. Ladies' Patent and Gun
Metal Pumps and Oxfords, $3 values, $1.99, Ladies' Gun Metal, Patent and White
Canvas Oxfords and Pumps, $2.50 values, $1.69. Men's Fine Dress Shoes and
Oxfords, $3 values, $1.99. At
Following are this morning's quotations on
countryproduce, telephoned at 9 o'clock by E.L
Manohestor,Managurof the Keystone Corumer-
olal Company t
Eggs, lossoff, perdoien.......... 17o
utttter........,..MM.w. ' 'us
Hens, l 5- Ho
Springers, IK &s and over too
Old Roosters 6a
Ducks.. ......, ....10a
tMATSVILLE ItirAir, KAnKCT.
Coatoll.lioadllglit, V Jtl 15
Corfee, ft) 83 40
Golden Syrup, J gal - a5 a
Molasses, new crop, ) (tal ).. f0 ...
Molasses, old crop, t gal
Sorghum, fanoy new, y gal
Sugar, yellow, V n
Sugar.extra, O., V D
Sugar, A. , V D........
Sugar, granulated, $) B
Sugar, powdered, yi lb.
Sugar, New Orleans, fl &.
Toas.V.ft .'Hr 30 46 1.00
iVov'tfoni and Country I'roduee.
Apples, dried, V B - Wi
llaoon, breakfast, V Jb. ,.... 20 30
liacon, clear sides, ) S 15 ...
Uaoon, llami, V 5... 17 ...
Ilacon, shoulders, V S 10 24
Beans, $ gal 40 ...
Dutter.S) SO 40
Kggs,$doz ........ 40 ...
Flour, Jefferson, 1 bbl S.50 ...
Flour, Alpha, bbl ft 50 ...
Perfection j... 5 50
Flour, Graham, fl sack 40 ...
Hominy $gal SO ...
Honey, V lb. . 15 SO
Lard.V S 12 15
Meal,?? peck 30 ...
Potatoes, tf peck 40 45
rt!aches,drled,$X 15 . ,
Young Chickens, V &- ft
Apples, table. 45
Grape Fruit 10 15
Uananas, V dotcn 15 SO
ticmons, V doieu SO 30
Limes, 1? dozcu 15 20
Pineapples ... ...
Black Walnut 25 ...
California Oranges ..i 30 40
Sweet Florida Oranges 30 40
Shellbark Hickory Nuts, V peck ... 00 75
Cincinnati, April 3, IBIS.
Shippers 15 75QI7 00
Kxtra 17 10i7 35
llutoher Steers, extra. ....SO t(3tfl 75
Good toclioloo 15 4Uc) 40
Common to fair II S5fo l.r
Heifers, extra ti) (1X33 75
Good to choice (5 75'0 25
Common to fair S3 50QS5 51
Cows.extra .15 35&J0 60
Good to choice fl Math S5
Common to fair 13 OOQtt So
Canucrs 12 ill (HI
Hulls, bologna 14 50I5 35
Extra K 4nj jo
Fat bulls ti 0.-f5 Ml
Kxtra 18 25&I9 CO
Fair to good 17 IXI 75
Cr.mmou aud Utg $1 frtn CO
Heavy hogs .4 18 SOQti S5
Packers aud butchers 8 StXuMH S5
Mixed packers JH UifH SO
Stags II OOffllO 2.)
HsaTT fat sows 15 CO&17 3
Extra 17 41!.
Light shippers 17 00B (fl
Pigs, 110 pounds aud leis.15 SSIG 00
Extra It 05811 75
Good to choice II avail it)
Common to fair 12 OOfttl S5
Extra '... -..M 25l
Good to choice 17 75Q.I3 75
Common to fair. tl 05f7 f 0
Yearlings tt (0$3 00
No. 2 red 1 04(51 00
No. J red 1 00(31 M
No. 4 red 5(3 00
No. 3 white I 70 l 80
No. 3 yellow . 77 Q 78
No. 2 mixed- VXQ 78
No. 2 wlilU I 5!HM
No. J mixed 56 35K
No I timothy 128 r0l23 25
No. 2 timothy 158 7NaW7 (X)
No.3 timothy 124 60I25 50
No. I clover -....KB rfQISB .so
No. 1 clover mixed UO OOQtn M
No.3 clover mixed 125 O0tta do
M Otorge! rssi
i Wanted." "SUuatloni
irrtMfed," "Lotl" and "round," and not xeteiilng
Ihrre fines in length, are yjSEK to all.
J'o tliiclnru Aitrrrlttrinrnta Inxrlol
If antwen alt to come the fint time, we invite at
Many repetition! ni are necetsartito teeurr what you
uherttie for. We uUh adrertliert to fed that they
je not imjioilnp on us by uitnp ourrce rolumm.
OiTAJverllieri MtrsTum'iA copy, which ran be
left at the office or soil by mail.
TJtX rVBLlC l.KDOSn,
-Vo. 10 Jiatt Third Street.
Adverlliementi under thh heading, not exceedlnt
five Unci, it centi each Im&rHoh, or so rente a meek.
WANTKD-A BKCONOHAN1) DftF.SSKR
Iu good condition. Apply at this nlllce.
"IXrANTED To rent n. (lilt of three rooms or
VV liouso desirable for two families down
Apply to quo nor. HILL.
WANTKD-All kinds of upholstering and fur
nlmre repairing. I am preparad to do all
kinds cf Hits wnrk, uud ns sprlug Is appronchlng,
now Is the time to send in vour work. W.B,
CAMP1IRLL. Shop 313 Kast KHtli str.ct.
WANTRU-Tlio public to kuow that Louie
Miller, expert shoemaker mid repalri'r.hns
moved lit a shop from above llarkley's storu to the
Newell room In Kast Tlilil s reet. All work
done promptly and guaranteed. marSitf
WANTKD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING -Vot
liotli men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, whlto underskirts, uto.
Also will buy rifles nnd shotguns. Will call nt
home. J. 11. HUADIORD, 43 Halt Pronl street.
Phone 415. Jan! ly
Aaverfitevienfs unatr tnu Maainp,noi excttaxnt
iVm line, jv centi cut knfr(in, wrovccius nvec
Oil HUNT-TWO ItnoMS-nlrctrlo light!
HIIU USlUi lm Lltlt tllKU SlICVI-. BJirrf W
Aixertlttmenli under thit heading, not exeeedtni
1v ini, 10 ceiid each intertlon, or SO centt a week
IjIOU BALK KHKS1I COW-tJortl tmlkur. Ap
iJ ply to MItS. JJNNIK VIOROY, Moruusburg,
ITIOR SALE-COLLAPSIIILF. HAllYOOCART
X? KorK: cost lis So: In use 5 months. SIS
East Fifth stieut.
OR SALK-NKW INOUIIATOH-Now model
SiOslze. OF.ORQRM. HAUCKK. mrHOtf
FOR SALE-EGOS FOR HATCHING-From
our celebrated prlzc-n Inning Whltu Wynj
ijottei, II 50 per 15; S. C. White Lghorns, Jl per
15. Alio, two brooders In gocd condition. Leave
orders nt .1. C. Cabllsh'a grocery, H Kast Third
street. POWER .VCAIUall, proprietors Square
Doal Poultry Farm. Ma)svUle. Ky. matSU lw
1710 R SALK1MANO -Price tX.
L. C. II.. this
in rill lw
ASvettltemeutt under CAii trailing interred Tw
tut aiiierttifi vnut unUt't the copy.
LOST-FOX TF.RRir.lt DOO -Return to .IOE
CRAWFORD. Uurku's Saloon, and rerelte
I OST-A RED LEATHER lllAUY-Coiitainlng
XJ f 13 In bills. Finder pleusu return to 1. 1.
olllce nud receive reward.
f OST PIN-Qold chatelaine. Retirn to 15
JJ West Fourth street and receive rowurd
LOST If llm party vb plcktd up pocket bfok
Saturday at thu Independent Wnreliouio
will return same, no oue.tlons wl. be atked. at
he Is known. Return to thU olllce. inarSS I w
Adrtrtltcmenti under (An headl-g Initrtcd rtii
but udrcrtlteri mutt fumith the copy.
Inot!ND-SMALL llRACKl.F.T-On Second
1 street at Farmers' unit Trader's Hank. Call
at Iluak. aprl lw
nnivRcs latest pattern in
gut Glass. Jl fine assort
ment ot nil tbe newest
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
Wlien wo make planes according to
your oci'llil's prescription iveaisume
no responsibility for tho lit of the
f liaises. In fact, It Is none of our
iiitlnrss wholher they tit or don't (It.
Sv, after we (111 any man's prescript
tlun for you, will positively refuse to
examine jour eyes, umke unyclianza
In (lie kUiips or sell you otlivr glasses
except on Ids order. We will nccur
Hlly follow tbo prescription In mail,
lug tlieglanos, will see that tlmy lit
tho (see, will collect our money and
consider our part dooo, Whan uo
nuke tho examination we aro re
sponsible fur the fit of the K'nssus,
J. A. SIMPSON,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
S "'mm v i I... i . '"' . ... - ' USSIIB WliSHil
Easter Time is Here !
Wear eomethiriB new Easter Day nnd enjoy good luck all tho year.
-The display of Spring Goods hero Is really wonderful. Everyday
pcoplo say, where did you qet them, they are ao pretty, so different, and ,
so reasonable in price?" They nro tho choic of tho largest cities in America, v
Bolected for beauty, stylo and worth, and will compare with what you' would' T,""
see in the largest storea in tho largo cities, y
I'lin ntneb nf nnm Nnntmonp o m.ill.. n nt..... in , am. ...t. 'J.-'
all tastes and purses.
Gloves nro nlwaya in demand at Easter. Hero you will find tho best,
goods, largest slock, newest styles, lowest prices. 't.
Sole agent for tho famous Kayser Silk Gloves. All lengths, sixes and' -colors.
Special price on two styles this week. V
Gloves at 00c and $1 never equalled. '-Jffi:
Kibhon, laces, embroideries, llouncings, etc., in great variety. -". '
American lady corsets arc in the lead. Bole agent. .- ;.
Watch, Clock and
229 Market Street,
Opposite the Fountain.,
Ifii acres soven miles from Maycoille on
the WnslilnKton and Mnrphysville pike and
known as the "Ed Mahar Fnrm." The lm
prorementa consist of a two-story frams house,
tobacco barn and stock barn and outbuildings;
nil tbe Lu'ldings In first class repair. Fruit of
all kindi. Place is well fenced nnd well
watered. It'd unusual to find a small fsrm
with such Improvements as this one has and
locatod so well. Possession this month In
p'only ot time to atar yonr spring work.
Spring Clothing Season
You young men who like stylish, smart clothes; you older men
who like the eamethiugjyou men who want style and something
along conservative lines; nil men of all tastes in dress; here's .
notice to you all. That we are ready to show you tbe now mod
els in suits (or spring and summer wear. Hart, Schaflner
and Marx. And Kderheimer, Stino & Co.,uave niado especially
for us the best lot ol good clothes ever brought together in this
town. AH the new colorings: Grays, lilucs, Purple Blues, Tans
and Drowns, New patterns tweeds, cheviots, homespuns, serges,
nnd silk-mixtures, Imported fabrics ot many choice textures.
These goods ure confined to us exclusively and the prices aro no
more than you pay for tbe common ordinary kind elsewhere,
Wo invite your special attention to our Furnishing Goods De
partment; all new. We have jtiBt opened over fitting different:
patterns and styles in Shirts, from COc to $2, Most every ono -knows
wo sell tho best 8hoes in MaysviUe the Crosaett, tho
Btctson. Come to us for your Easter Suit, Hhoes, Hats, Sh:rts,
Northeast Cor. Market
211 and 213
iarty CorsctB, flC flic 4.
Matte t. First National Bank Rallillag .
Localand Long I Offloe No.WS.
Distance Phones f Residence No. 1ST.
DAVID T. WADSWORTH,
MY WORK IN MAYSVILLE IS MY REFIHDtCfi
PROMPT ATTENTION TO REPAIR
WORK. COME TO MY
OFf ICE AND SEE.
209 MartTet Street, Maysville, Kyr
TKLKPIIONn No, 4.
Dr. Woodson H. Taulbee,
Attention la Diseases
Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat;
(3TKjres Examined for Gl&isej.-TTt
OFFICE, - No. 6 WEST THIRD STREET;
HOURS, 2 TO 4 P.M.
Won't last long. Order now..
XV. xL. UixXlrXi.
and Second Streets.
Lon to !
W. H. MEANS,
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