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Since our last Saturday's $12 and $16 Suit sale, and more particularly since tlie Suits are seen worn by .the fortunate purchasers, many of our
friends in town inquire, and our friends in the' country send inquiries;' "Are any left?" claiming-at same time that they failed to see our notice ot this
special sale in time to take advantage of it. Hence, not to disappoint anyone, we will make
A Two Days' Special Sale Next
Friday and Saturday, July 14 and 15.
On these two days we will do precisely as wo did last Saturday, viz: Sell you choice of any Sack Suit In the House for $12: Choice of any Frock
Suit In the House for $15. These Suits have sold for $25, $22.60, $20, $18.50 and $16.50, and were cheap at those prices. NOT A SUIT IN OUR
I ENTIRE STOCK IS RESERVED. None will be sent out on approval, and all sales must be accompanied by the CASH. The reason of this sacrifice
saie is, we neea tne money. Jtvespectruiiy,
J Lilt LIU
At the Close of tho International
- Christian Endeavor Oovention
An Associated Press ' dispatch from
Montreal says: "The closing scenes of
the Christian Endeavorers on the side of
. the Drill Hall Sunday night were char
acterized by much warmth and hand
shaking, kissing among the women dele
gates, who had formed friendships in
tho city, and tho singing of 'God Bo
With You Till "We Meet Again.' It was
very impressive. Outside it was equally
impressive in another way.
"Thousands of people were congre
gated on the Champ l3o Mars and Craig
street, in front of the hall, east and west.
Tho elements of a riot were there in full
force. Tho talk about some ill-timed re
marks had spread all over Montreal, and
in tho crowd were many who were bound
to avenge tho alleged' insult, which they
considered as more than personal, for
with French-Canadian Roman Catholic
religion comes in before everything.
" Then there were thousands assembled
who had resolved to protect the Christian
Endeavorers when they left the hall if
necessary. The antagonistic elements
in the crowd kept a respectablo distance
from each other, awaiting the opening of
"Among tho Protestant crowd were
nearly a thousand militiamen in plain
clothes, and tho opposingcrowd consisted
of tho lower classes of French-Canadians,
Erincipally quarry-men from Cortc street,
uce or others of a like stamp. Occa
sionally tho volunteers and their adher
ents fell into lino and marched around
,the block inclosing the Champs De Mars,
and the opposing crowd did likewise,
marching around the block to tho west
of the Champs Do Mars.
" They derided each othor jealously and
every moment bitter feeling increased, Jn
evidence of which partisan tunes were
shouted by thousands of lusty voices and
pandemonium reigned. This was the
situation when the doors of tho hall wore
thrown open. Everybody expected a riot
as the delogates came from the hall and
turned to tho west. Instantly the volun
teers formed a cordon at tho edgo of tho
sidewalk, and white handkerchiefs wore
produced and 'these they had around
" This was tho distinguishing badges,
and no ono without it could approach
tho endeavorers from tho oppos'te side
of the street, and slowly and without any
manifestation at alarm the delegates pro
ceeded. Then came a burst of song.
"At the Cross" rolled out upon tho air
and tho result was somothing wonderful.
Almost porfect silence foil upon the
crowd. The Frenchmen on Champ De
Mars stood silently gazing at -tho pro
cession of Endeavorers, winch marched
to the time of tho piece of music they
"All emerged and passed out of tho
dangerous locality in safety, then tho
militiamen, who had slowly moved west
with the crowd, turned right-about-face
and marched east to a short distance be
low' tho drill-hall, singing, 'Onward.
Christian SoUliors, Marching as to "War."
They were greeted with some jeers from
the crowd that angrily watched them.but
no blows woro exchanged. As they turned
again and marched wegt tho multitude
molted away, tho blockade of cabs and
street cars passed on, and the closing
scene of tho Christian Endeavorers con
vention was at a peaceablo ond. It was at
one time decided to dismiss tho drill hall
meeting, but President Clark, on assur
ance from tho militia that thoy would
amply protect all tho dologates, caused
the front doors to bo used. Before pro
nouncing the benediction ho told tho
assemblage that tho soldiers would pro
tect them and that no violenco need bo
feared at tho hands of tho mob, which
The Bracken Circuit Court convened
Monday, but some doubt arose as to tho
legality of any steps that might be takon,
unddr the now act changing tho term,
and it was decided best to adjourn until
"Wnv pay from 15 to 20 per cent, more
for'wntcnos when you can tmy a fine gold
watch at P. J. Murphy's, tho jeweler, and
save that 'difference? No better goods
made, and I guaranteo to save you tho
differonco stated above. Nqw is tho timo
to buy. Succossor to Hopper & Murphy.
What can bo more pleasant after theso
warm daya than a dohghtful evening ride
on tho steamor Lauranco? Sho leaves
tho wharf on Tuesdays and Fridays at 7
p, m., standard time: making -the rui up
and down in front of city a, ride of , over
seven miles, for tho sum of 10 .cents.
Go down this evening and try ono
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N. B. POSITIVELY AFTER II O'CLOCK NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT THIS LINE OF GOODS
Chipped and corned beef, Calhoun's.
Geo. "W. Sdx8kr, law, fire insurance.
Tounado policies W. B. "Warder, agt.
Call on Duley & Baldwin, 205 Court
street, for first-class insurance.
Mb. Will Jones succeeds Mr. Sam T.
Hickman in tho office of the Public Ledger.
D. M. Runvon. insurance office, Court
street, over Mitchell. Finch & Co.'s Bank.
Rev. C. J. Nuoent will preach at Mitch
ell Chapel this evening at 7:30. All in
vited. Mr. TnoMAs Gaiuiioan was hero last
night advertising the O. and M.'s excur
sion to the World's Fair.
Grand midsummer clearanco sale at
Browning & Co.'s. Big bargains in all
departments. See advertisement.
It is said there are thirty widows,
thirty-five old maids, and only "fivo widow
ers and ten old bachelors in Dover.
James McMullen, claimed to be tho
oldest man in Kentucky, died near Bard
well Sunday. He was bom in Virginia
Wouk was commenced this morning
on Mr. H. P. Lewis' now residence on
Forest avenuo. Mr. W. H. Frederick
has tho contract.
SiiEniFP Jekkehson and Mr. John Col
lopy took George and William Jones and
Charles Gantz tp tho Frankfort peniten
tiary tnis morning.
A new comet has made its appearance,
in the northwestern sky. It is visible to
tho naked oyo. It has a tail two degrees
in length and rapidly increasing.
Mrs. W. L. Davidson would be pleased
to have tho ladies call and examine tho
goods on the cheap table at her millinery
parlors, No. 23 West Second street.
Mr. Will Ryan, ex-Maysvillian, is an
applicant for Collector ot Internal Rev
enue at Richmond, Va., under President
Cleveland. And his chances for winning
aro said to bo excellent.
Rev. Dr. Carr, State evangelist of
Indiana, is in the city and will preach at
tho Plymouth Baptist Church to-night.
The public aro invited to hear him. Sub
ject ''The Mytification of tho Vino."
Mayor E. E. Pearce left last night for
Warm Springs, Va., and Old Point Com
fort. He expects to be gone several
weeks. 'Squiro Grant will bo acting
Mayor during Mr. Pearce's absence.
The remains of tho lato D. O. Fristoo,
whoso death occurred at Peoria, 111., Sat
urday night, were brought hero this
morning on the 10 o'clock train and wero
takon to Aberdeen, where they woro in
terred in Charter Oak Cemetery.
For sterling silverware knives, forks,
spoons fancy articles and novelties go
to Ballonger, tho jeweler His goods aro
warranted. His stock of 'watches and
jewolry is tho best manufactured, and
that's tho kind to buy. Always bear that
Dr, Kilgour, Maysvillo's now hompo
pathic physician, whose office is ntf No. 4
WestTliird, still enjoys a call occasionally
back to his old patrons at Now Richmond,
whore ho mot several professionally last
Saturday and Sunday, patrons of his for
sixteen years. .
The negro Miller, of who waa lynched
at Bardwoll, Ky., last week for murder
ing -tho Ray sisters, was in Maysvillo a
year or so ago. Hois tho individual who
went about performing tho feat of drink-
ing a bucket of water and then spouting it
out oi nis mouth, using ono ot nis arms
in imitation ot apump handle.
Don't fail to read Hochingor & Co.'s
advertisement of tho big two-days' spec
ial sale on next Friday and Saturday.
On those days, you can'got your choice
of anv sack suit in the house for $12, and
tho choice" of iiny f rock suit for $15. This
special sale is made in order that all may
securo ono of these big bargains.
Mrs. James Shanklin, of Sharpsburg,
a daughter of Win. Clark, hged twenty
five yoarrf, aulclded Sunday afternoon by
jumping into a pooloi tho farm of Robert-
Rogers, in tho edge 6f Sharpsburg,
and drowning. Sho had been in dolicato
health for soveral months. She left a
I note to the effect that eho was. tired of lifo.
& CO., Oddfellows' Hall.
A Circular From the State Board of
Health in Reference to the
New Practice Law
Office of thk State Board of Health, 1
Bowlino Green, Ky July 12, 183. j
To the Medical Projemon of Ktntucky: Tho now
law regulating the practice of medicine In this
State will go Into effect on the 3rd day of October,
next. By Its terms It repeals all the old law ref
lating to this subject, and annuls all Indorse
ment and registrations mado under them, and
requires that every physician now engaged, or
who may hereafter desiro to engage, In tho prac
tice of medicine shall obtain a license from the
State Board of Health aud have It registered In
tho county In which he resides. This applies
equally to all graduates, whether from medical
sphools located In Kentucky or else where, as well
as to those who are exempted from obtaining
diplomas because reputably and honorably en
gaged In practice iu this State prior to February
As no physician can legally practice without
this license tho Board has arranged to begin to
Issue them, to proper applicants, frjm this date,
In order that all may have ample opportunity to
register beforo the lawgoes into operation. With
his diploma, or evidence in to exemption from
obtaining same, each applicant will bo required
to scud his ago, postodlce address, place of birth,
total number of years engaged lu practice In
Kentucky, tho school or nystem of medicine to
which ho professes to belong, and the license fco
of S--', Hxcd by tho law. Applicants whose di
plomas wore undorscd under tho old law may
save themselves the trouble and expen.so of for
warding their diplomas again by giving the date
of former Indorsements, but In all other cases
the diplomas or other documents upou which
licenses arc claimed must be sent to this ofllce.
Theso may bo sent by express, prepaid, or by
mall, with stamps enclosed for return.
Where tho professional standing of tho appli
cant is not known ho will bo required to obtain
a recommendation from the Referee of this Board
In his county, Rtntliitr that hn I n bona flilp nwl
dent of such county and a reputable physician.
As each of these requirements will be rigidly ad
hored to applicants" will be saved needless delay
aud correspondence byjneotlngthom at the out
set. Tho Referee for Mason County Is Dr. H. K.
Adamson, of Maysvillo, and It Is suggested that
all applicants from this county forward their
diplomas or other credentials through him, by
express, lu ouc package.- Blank forms for appli
cation may bo had from him.
The General Assembly appears to have required
this new registration, because, on account of
defects in tho old law, carelessness of the County
Clerks, mistakes In this oftlco, and otherwise,
many improper registrations had been mado
which could not bo corrected in any othor way.
Every efl'ort will bo mado to guo.rd theso points
in administering tho now law, and It Is confi
dently belloved that tho protection thus secured
to our peoplo will many times compensato for
tho trouble and expeuse to the profession. Tho
labor and expense Involved In tho administra
tion of the old law was dono gratuitously, until
recently, but It Is belloved that tho profession
neither expects nor desires that this shall bo re
peated. By order of tho Board.
J. N. McCormack, 31. D Secretary.
Read tho Beo Hive's advertisement.
Biggest bargains over offered at that
A C. and O. excursion train returning
from Melbourne to Cincinnati Sunday
evening was side-tracked at Nqwport by
a misplaced switch,, and dashed into a
freight train. Albert Lang, of Covington,
was killed and a number of other pas
sengors wero badly injured. Tho damage
to the trains is placed at $5,000.
A srEciAL from Lexington says that
notwithstanding tho fact that County
Jndgo Frank A. Bullock succedded in
finding, homes for more than a dozen
cast-oil' children! during tho past' twelve
months, tho county still has two left on
hand. Ono is a boy threo months old,
and thq other a girl four months old.
Harry Sullivan, aged about nine years,
was bitten on tho hand and leg yester
day by a dog belonging to J. D. Carmack.
The wounds aro slight ones. It is said
this dog was bitten by tho ono shot a few
probably receive his quietus to-day.
The grain merchants of this city havo
resolved that hereafter the charge for
storage of wheat bo 1 cent per bushel per
month, tho owner to pay insurance,' if
any, and wheat to bo held at owner's
risk. Wheat is to bo delivered within
thirty days from timo of getting sacks,
and if wheat is sold and removed from
warohouso by owner ho is to pay waro
housumun 5 cents apiece rental for sacks;
and if sacks aro kept longer than thirty
days, ho is to pay Scents each additional.
The grade for Btrictly primo No. 2 was
fixed at 58 cents por ouahel, tho present
pricp being 50 cents,
weeks ago by Deputy Jnarsnai JVianagan.
Chief of Polico Fitzgerald is investigating
tho case and Mr. Carmack's dosrwill
WILL BE SOLD AT THE REGULAR
THE BEE HIVE!
AS LONG AS THEY LAST,
One hundred ends of fine Cassimere, worth
from 75 cents to $1 per yard,
Seventy-five Ladies' All Silk Waists, all colors
and styles, worth $3 to $5 each,
THIS IS, WITHOUT DOUBT,
THE REST BARGAIN THAT
WE HA VE EVER OFFERED.
Ten dozen Ladies' White India Linen Waists
with six rows tucks, reduced from 75c. to 50c.
PROPRIETORS BEE HIVE.
T. 15. PEBD
CHINA, CLASS, I
Wooden and I
Wo tnlce pleasure in announcing: that wo liavo opened a
full linq of theso goods, bouyht in Now York at tho lowest P
cash prices, and wo aro now prepared, to supply tho wants of p
tho trade. Wo shall endeavor to keep a full and well selected p
stock, and ask for aliboral share of patronage. S
Next Door to the State National Bank, Maysvillo, Ky.
WELL I SHOULD SAY SO
Chenoweth's Toilet Powder
TO PREVENT ALL DISAGREEULK ODOR FR01I TEllSPIRATION.
THOMAS. J. CHENOWETH,
::: 3. 3D. IDIZT:.
RETAIL DEALERS IN