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HERE'S A CHANGE
for those who have waited. There remains just twenty
days in which I am going to sell, at retail, the stock of
merchandize belonging to the estate of F. Hechinger,
deceased, known as HECHINGER & CO., Oddfellows' Hall Clothing House. It is true the enormous sale we had has greatly
reduced and broken the stock. However the goods that remain on hand are ALL first-class in quality and style, and those that
can be suited and it will be well worth your while to try can secure good CLOTHING, etc., at less than half of actual
cost. The sale will positively close at retail the 15th of January.
Administrator of F. HECHINGER, known as HECHINGER & CO.
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
WEDNESDAY EVE., DEO. 26, 1888
English plum pudding, home-made
mince meat Calhoun's.
Sweet cider, new raisins, currants and
citron, cheap, at Or. W. Geisel'a.
There will be services to-night at
Mitchell Chapel in Chester at the usual
hour 7 o'clock.
Jno. Dolky, agent, invites you to call
and insure your property. He represents
eix old, reliable companies. dtf.
Toys of all kinds, from one cent to
$1.25. Ella Rist,
tdec20 Next door to Chenowoth's.
Call and see the fine line of holiday
goods dolls, teasets, knives and forks,
clocks, &c. all very cheap at Schatz
mann's Gem China Store. dtf
The cantata given by the Sunday school
of the Third Street Al. E. Church last
night was well attended and highly ap
preciated by the audience.
The fahow window at Allen, Thomas &
Co.'8 is still the attraction. Everybody
stops and admires the beautiful assort
ment of Christmas goods there on exhi
The tariff has not been reduced, yet to
the amazement of the people, Allen,
Thomas & Co. are offering French china
tea sets, consisting of fifty-six pieces, for
seven dollars. dtf
A large donation of clothing and eat
ables was sent in to the M. E. Church,
South, on Christmas eve for the poor.
Thirteen families wore supplied with
many comforts for the present.
The little thirteen-year-old son of Air.
Douglas Ort, received painful wounds in
the hand yesturdny morning while at
tempting to fire off a small toy cannon.
Dr. Phillips dressed the wounds.
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All persons indebted to Haucke's
Reed and Brass Band will please call and
settle, as I wish to withdraw from the
Geo. W. Tudor, Manager.
The sidewalks this morning are liter
ally covered with burnt pieces of fire
crackers, Roman candles and Xmas ex
plosives generally. The boys, and Borne
who are not boys, had a high old time
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Tho funeral of the lato Professor W. W.
Richeson will take place from the First
Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Tho services will be con
ducted by Rev. W. 0. Condit, assisted by
Rev. Russell Cecil.
Tns latest novelties in jewelry at Bal
lenger's are just the things for Christmas
presents. Ho also keeps a full stock of
gold watcheB, diamond studs, rings, ear
rings and pins, sterling silverware and
gold-headod canes and umbrellas.
Do not forget tho Cadet Supper to
night at Neptune Hal). All the
good things of tho season can be had,
and' tho Aiaysville orchestra will be
there to enliven the occasion with music.
Lots of fun and a good time promised.
Everybody should attend.
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The univorsil verdict of our people is
that tho display of fine goods was never
before equaled in our city. Allen, Thomas
& Co. aro. leaders in the display, and their
store is constantly crowded with admir
ers of their hantlsomo solcction. Call
nud buy what you want for Christmas
presents before tho stock is picked over.
A few pieces of Royal Worcester, Doul
ton and other fine wares are still left, but
Allen, Thomas & Co. aro determined to
Bell them this Christmas if prices are any
inducement. Wo aro now offering them
at less than Cincinnati prices, and this
will probably bo the last opportunity you
will have to by thoso goods at home. Call
and got your piece boforo they aro all
picked over. Romember tho placo, Allon,
Thomas & Co'b. dtf
Ootton Steamer Burned.
Special to tho Evknino HaLLirriK.
Cincinnati, December 26. A cotton
steamer burned Christmas morning near
Now Orleans. Over thirty lives lost.
There wua a korosano explosion at
Chicago early this morning. Three per
"THE BIG FOUR."
Their Asperations May Interfere
With the Political Prospects
of Sevoral Maysvillians.
Tho Louisville Commercial has this
to say of the Central Kentucky " Big
Four:" "Colonel W. 0. Bradley, of
Lancaster, as tho leading Republican of
the State, is first considered. If General
Harrison insisted he would go in the
Cabinet, but if the President selects
some other Southern Republican, Colonel
Bradley will content himself with a
foreign misssion he will probably ask to
be sent to Mexico, and his fellow Repub
licans in this State will indorse his appli
cation. " Colonel William Cassius Goodloe, of
Lexington, is a modest man. It is said
that ho will bo satisfied of tho Lexing
ton district, and ho can have that office
for the asking. It pays $4,500 a year.
Colonel A. M. Swope, of Lexington,
wants to go West and grow up with the
country. He will select a Territorial
Governership, and it is probable that
General Harrison will see that he is
" Colonel George Donny, of Lexington,
will bo a candidato for District Attorney,
if that fat office is not already pre-empted.
Ho has strong backing, and will no
doubt bo handsomely remembered in
Kentucky Central to Bo Sold.
Tho Courier-Journal says : "The Ken
tucky Central Railroad, which for over a
year has( according to rumor, been sold
and resold dozens of times, but which
has never, according to fact, changed
bauds, is at last to be sold, and it is re
ported that the Louisville and Nashville
is in the field for its put chase, and will
shortly make a bid on it.
"Air. 0. P. Huntington, who owns a
controlling interest in the Kentucky
Centra), has decided to sell out, and has
issued a circular, advibiug all of its stock
holders by disposing of their stock they
can obtain the same price for their hold
ings that he himself is to get for his 51
per cent, of the shares. He does not
intimate just who is to buy his part of
the Btock, or who wants to buy the, re
maining 49 per cent., but the idea is
prevalent among informed railroad men
that the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia will realize one of its pet
schemes, which it has been nursing for
some time, and 'scoop in' tho Central, in
order to give it the long-desired line into
Cincinnati. Air. Huntington, it is said,
is to Bell his stock by January 1st, and it
is very probable that a great majority of
the holders will dispose of their belong
ings at the same time, ns the stock in now
quoted at a comfortable figure."
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Jim Washington emptied both barrels
of a shot gun into Jim Jones' faco last
Alonday afternoon. Both parties aro
colored and the Bhooting occurred in the
"King House" on the Fleming pike. No
one saw the affair. The unfortunate
man's chin and jaw was shot literally
away and the nose is undermined, The
men had been drinking socially together
during the day and were seemingly on
good terms. They had had no quarrel,
but as Jones was about entering a room
in the " King House " Washington step
ped from behind tho door and without a
word fired both barrels with deadly
effect. Dr. Oleon 0. Owens was called
in and rendered such medical aid as
could be given., A tonipornay mouth has
been rmde for tho woundod nnn. Tho
chances aro all against his recovery and
he is likely to die mo9t any hour from
lock-jaw. Soon after the shooting
Washington boarded n Big Sandy train
going East and has not boen heard from
since. Washington was a driver for
one of Otto's beer wagons aud Jones is a
Tho Babies Cry For It,
And the old folks laugh when they find
that tho pleasant California liquid fruit
remedy, Syrup of Figs, is more easily
taken and moro boneficial in its action
than bitter, nauseous medicines. It
strengthens tho stomach and bowols. For
sale in 50 cent and $1 bottles.
A first-class steam laundry witk all at
tachments thereto, as woll as bath room
fixtures, tubs, &&, cheap. Apply at
once to H. Ficklin or A, A. Wads worth.
Landoff Watson Andrews died at his
home in Flemingaburg last Sunday and
was hurried yesterday. He had bten
sick for several weeks and on account of
his advanced age his death was not un
expected. He was born near Flemings
burg, February 12, 1803 and has always
resided in Fleming County. His father
Robert Andrews and his mother Martha
Darity Andrews wore born in Pennsyl
vania and were of Scotch-Irish extrac
tion. His father was a merchant, farmer
and tanner and removed to Kentucky in
about 1795. The subject of this sketch
was one of ten children all of whom
are now dead. The early life of L. W.
Andrews was spent upon his father's
farm. He was carefully educated and
graduated from Transylvania University
in 1824. After leaving school ho com
menced reading law under Circuit Judge
William P. Roper and was licensed to
practice in January, 1826. His license
was written by James Crawford ajtd ap
proved by Judge Ropor and Judire Rob
binB. He was elected to the Legislature
on the Whig ticket in 1834 and made his
mark as a member of the Judiciary Com
mittee. He. was twice re-elected in suc
cession before he again turned his atten
tion to'his profession. In 1857 the Dem
ocrats and Know Nothings elected him
to the State Senate. In 1861 he again
became a member of the House and par
ticipated in the historic pession of 1S61
1862, but before the expiration of his
term ho was elected Circuit Judgo which
office he held until lS68,wlien he resumed
his law practice. In 1826 he married
Aliss Bessie Dorsey of Flemingsburg, a
daughter of Dr. Edward Doreev. H's
marriage was blessed with two children;
Juliet who mprried William L. Sudduth
and Margaret, who died in 1S64,
His wife, Mrs. Bessie Audreys died in
1862. Judge Andrews led a busy, active
life, and filled every position to
which he was c tiled with credit and
ability. He leaves a stainless name and
a spotless reputation. He will be missed
by all and mourned by many. Peace to
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Colonel Bob Wallace, of Cincinnati is
in the city.
Aliss Nora Desmond is visiting at Lex
ington and Alt. Sterling.
Airs. Dr. Ishmael, of Winchester is tho
guest of relatives in this city.
Airs. Gurney and Aliss Pearl Sutton are
visiting relatives in Cincinnati.
Air. Henry Bannon, of Cincinnati,
spent ChristnaB with his parents at AlayB
lick. Air. Thomas Fox, of Brooksville is
spending a few days with friends in this
Air. Chris Altmoyer, of Cincinnati,
spent Christmas with relatives in this
Aliss Virgie Runyon, of Lexington, is
visiting the family of Air. and Airs. A. R.
Air. James AIcII,vaney, of Louisville is
spending tho holidays with his relatives
in this city.
Aliss Kate Niland, who has been absont
from home for several months returned
for the holidays.
Tho Kitchen Bello Club of Fern Leaf
met last night with Alisses Sue and Ger
Sirs. AI. E. Runyon will leave to-day
forLexingtou to spend the winter with
friends and relatives.
Air. John J. Burns, of Chicago, formerly
of this city, paid his friends hero a fly
ing visit Christinas day.
Alr.AIark Donovan, of tho Clark Coun
ty Democrat issponding thoholidayswith
his parents on Grant Btreet.
Alias Katio Hickoy has returned from
a six months visit to Cincinnati looking
very much improved in health.
Air. James Martin, who is attending
tho College of Pharmacy, Cincinnati is
here for a few days visiting his mother.
Aliss Jessie Oridgo Yancey left yester
day to spend the holidays with her aunt,
At rs. S. N. Nowoll, at Alt. Adams, Cincin
Alissos Tillio and Emma Eitol, of Cov
ington aro spending tho holidays with
their mother, Airs. John Eitol, of Weat
Mr. Davo Alarratta and wife, of Cincin
nati, aro visiting tho parents of tho lat
ter, Air. and Airs. James Hosson, of
West Second street.
LEGANT HOLIDAY SLIPP
AT MINER'S SHOE STORE!
Just received. Persons desiring Groceries, Canned Goods, Confectioneries or any thine usually
kept In n flist'Clnss establishment can be nccoramodated.
FrcHli ISUITKIl and VAidS a HicJftlly.
Hest branus of CIGARS and TOBACCu always ou hand. Goods delivered free to any
part of the city.
Third Street, East of Limestone, Maysville, Ky.
In our stock will be found many useful, appropriate and
beautiful Presents, suitable for the holiday trade.
Plush Sacques, Jackets and Modjeskas; Cloth Raglans,
Jackets and Children's Cloaks ; Kid Gloves, Muffs and Boas;
Umbrellas, with gold and oxydized handles, new and pretty de
signs; Hosiery in new and fancy styles. Also a line of our
celebrated Ethiopian Blaok Hose in all grades ; Silk Dress Pat
terns, Broadcloth and Henriettas; a complete line of Dress
Goods from 10 cents per yard up; an attractive line of Gent's,
ladies' and Children's Handkerchiefs from 2k cents to the finest
quality; some entirely new things in Embroidered Silk Hand
kerchiefs and Mufflers. We have numerous articles which
space will not allow us to mention. Do not fail to look through
the stock of
BROWNING & CO.,
3 EAST SECOND STREET.
IOST Physlclnn's pockot Instrument case,
j Finder will return to this ofllce and re
ceive liberal reward. iiCdlw
STRAYED From tho Smoot mrm, a three-year-old
steer, dark roan with white spots
mi. wcigus auoui i.xio po'UHi-i. ivny
Umllug Mm will ndUrow PICKETT &
WINTER, Tuokahoo, Ky
Ordeilup an Election to be held on Monday
January 7th, ISM).
lie it Ordained by the Hoard of Oouncllmen of
the City of Maysville, That an olecttou bo hold
In Mild city uu Monday, January 7th, 18W, for
the election of a Mayor, City Clerk, Collector
and Treasurer, .tmrsunl, Asstsor, Wo jI aud
Coal Inspector, Wharfmaster, auu live Coun
cilman, one from each ward.
lie it further ordained, That polls be opened
In suld city lor said election at 8 o'clock u. in.,
nud close at (I o'clock p.m., at the following
places on Bald day, Klvlim tho Inspectors ouo
hour for dinner; ami the following j ersons
are appointed Inspectors ol bald election:
Fiiwt WAitu (Fojls at Jacob Out'en's
8hop)-Geoiuo Atkinson, Josoph Lowry.nud
John W. Thompson, Inspectois.
BKCoNUWAim-(PoUsn James Redmond's
Clear tttor0 Alfred Worlcli, l.ouls 11. Stock
ton aud U. P. McClnnnhau Inspectors.
nmiDWAiiD-( Polls at Altnioyer'a Shop)
Philip Yago, Andrew Miller nud Thomiw
Fouhtii wakd-(Po1Ih at Coopers 8hop)
Hamuol CrelKhbaura, Thomas 11. Chlnn uud
Firai WAiiD -TPolls at the ColllnR &. Rudy
IiUinbor Compuny'H Oftlco) WllJUin Elauoy,
Asher Doyca and Htmon Crowoll, Inspectors.
Bald ofllcoro of election are directed to hold
said cleotlon In their ropoctjTO wnrtla nud
make duo return thoreof accohllmj to law.
Adopted lu Council December 6th, 1888.
0. II. POYNTZ, Presldont.
IIakut Tatloe, pity Cleric. d8td
rOB PRINTING of overy description neatly
I executed at the BOIiUmn OFFICE.
M'GLAMAHAN & SHEA,
CHEAPEST AND BEST
In the city. It will pay you to learn our' prices
before puichasln;; elsewhere.
MgCLANAHAN & SHEA,
cooij:k's oi.o stash,
Second Street, .... Maysvllle, Ky.
1EGANT LINE OF HOLIDAY
UOODd AT THE
The larcest supply of Mnla Grapes ever
lu Mnysvllle at 15c s. per lb.; nlso a vory flue
(istortmont of Fruits, Cundlcs, Nuts, Figs,
Raisins nud Ha cb. Emnttin's Candles from
2i to 75 cents per lb, Cnll nud see.
IN COllINO TO TIIK FHONT, BUT 1IKIIE
WK AUK WITH
1 lb. Mixed Candy 10
1 lb. Stick Candy .....10c
2 lbs. Flue UulBlns... 25a
1 lb. FIk 10c
2 11m. Mixed Nuts. 25o
2 lbs. Cream Nuts .....25o
1 doeen Orange ......30o
1 dozen I3nunun - 15c
Hoadquarteni for Fruits, Fine Candles and.
MARTIN A. CONLEY,
l(M2w Third Street, east of Llmoatono.