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WFDS'ESOAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1S93.
H CVoier wonthi-r: brisk mid XX
XX lii.;li wludv XX
To-day in the last day of the special
registration. If you were out of tho city
on regular registration dny or were kept
at home on that day by sickness, you can
have your name added to the list by call
ing at the County Clerk's oHico and com
plying with tho law.
In the face of the overwhelming senti
ment in this Stato in favor of tho uncon
ditional repeal of tho Sherman silver law
Senator Blackburn voted "Ko" when
the question was on its final passage
Monday. "OurJoo" evidently imagines
ho carries Kentucky in his vest pocket,
lie appears to have forgotten that ho was
sent to Washington to represent the peo
ple of a great Stato.
Separate ballots ani separate ballot
boxes will bo used in voting for munici
pal officers at Dover, Gormantown, Mays
lick and other towns of the sixth class at
the approaching election. This is ren
dered necessary from tho fact that tho
people from the country who vote at
these places have no voice in tho election
of town officers. In Maysvillo tho names
of candidates for tho municipal offices and
tho county offices will all appear on the
same ballot, and Beparato ballot-boxes
will not bo used.
SINGLE X DEMOCRA TS.
Tho members of tho single X Demo
cratic clubs of Mason County have not
forgotten the splendid victory won last
November. Tho big majority rolled up
for the various nominees in that contest
was largely the result of the excellent
work done by these organizations th rough
out the county. Every member of these
clubs should make it a point to go to
tho polls next Tuesday and help win an
other victory. The party has nominated
good men. See that the nominees get
tho full party vote. They deserve it,
and should have it.
Sprncer Cooper, editor of tho Hazel
Green Herald, says: "The editor of tho
Herald can prove to any man in tho
mountains that ho has been treated as
badly, or worse, than any Democrat in
the State, but all the same ho don't bolt.
Should he do so, because of the failuro of
his friends (?) now in high places to com
ply with their promises, ho could not
conscientiously say, ' I am a Democrat,' a
title ho would rather wear with honor
than to hold any office in tho State."
There has been some talk of " bolters,"
" kickers" and "soreheads " in tho pres
ent Senatorial contest, but no true Dem
ocrat will secretly stab tho nominee of
his party. Tho will of the Democracy
was expressed at the late primary, and
defeated candidates and their friends
should gracefully submit to tho voice of
tho party. '
.1 CHARMING ROOK OF ESS A YS.
"Wo find in Lippincott's Magazine for
November tho subjoined notice of a book
of essays from the pen of an old Mays
villo boy "William Armstrong Collins a
son of General Richard Collins and a
grandson of John Armstrong, one of tho
mo3t enterprising, sagacious and success
ful of tho early business men of this
place. Mr. Collins has been for many
years a contributor to tho Eastern press,
and is recognized as a writer of remark
able brilliancy, oloquenco and taste:
"At Long and Short Range: By Win.
Armstrong Collins. A choico edition
printed from typo and limited to 500
copies, has been printed of thesocharming
and original essays in miniature. They
have about them all the genial spirit of
Lamb and Leigh Hunt, and in their
treatment of men, women and things
allow a wealth of experience and win
ning wisdom crystallized into paragraphs
and essays never more than two or three
pages long. A fascinating book for
Crescntation or for tho shelves of tho
Advertised Letters. .
Tho following is a list of letters remain
ing in tho postoffico at Maysvillo, Mason
County, Ky., for tho week ending Tues
day, uctobor aist, mm
Baldwin. Mrs. Samuel
Dnwson, MIm U.
Jones, K. L.
Rodger, W. C.
Winkler, J. U.
Persona calling for anv of tho nbbvo
will pleaso say advertised. Ono cont duo
on eacli for advertising.
Tuos. A. Davis, P. M.
Wharfmaster FtKiao. of
poized with vertigo Monday nn
u foil out
of iv chair, receiving painful injuries.
G. W. Harrison and Grtintson Reynolds were at
Frank Boyd, Jr., and wife mmlc a trip to Cin
cinnati this week.
Mrs. Racbacl Jennings, of Mlllcrsburg, Is vis
iting hi this vicinity.
Miss Lulu Jones returned to her homo at Wal
ton, Ky., last Friday.
Walter Reynolds and Thornt King are recreat
ing for a few days at Lexington and vicinity.
Our Methodist brethcrn have added a new nt
trrctlon to their church by the purchase of ja
Miss Lido Frazeo lost her purse Friday morn
ing, but it was picked up by honest hands and
returned tho samo day.
Thomas Robertson has moved Into tho home
stead formerly occupied by his brother, Clarence,
and has routed his farm to Mr. MUcy.
Mrs. Carrie Wells, of Maysvtlle, together with
her sister, Miss Daisy Hubbard, and mother, Mrs.
Hubbard, woro guestslof Mrs. J. M. Sidwell Sat
urday and Sunday.
Five prisoners were taken from his Satanic ma
jesty In the late campaign at the M. E. Church.
All wero very much Impressed with tho boy
preacher from Augusta, aud predict for htm a
Tho teachers' mcctlug at this placo Saturday
was successful. Our hospitable citizens spread
an excellent dinner for the visitors, and all
seemed to enjoy themselves. But, where were
our Mason teachers? Besides tho two located at
this placo only threo woro present. However,
Ripley sent us her delegation, which was a very
valuablo addition to tho association.
The meeting at Two Lick Baptist Church closed
Tuesday uight with fifteen additions.
W. C. Johnson went to Maysvillo Monday
morning to enter upon the duties of the offlco of
Empty storerooms and'.'vacant dwellings " to
rent " do not speak very highly for the prosperity
of our town.
Rector Barton and family, after a pleasant
visit of two months, returned to their homo In
Missouri this week.
Miss Lizzie Hunter removed Monday to Cov
ington. She and her sister, Miss Josic Dwirc,
during the short timo they lived in our town,
mado many friends who regret very much to
have them leavo us.
A musical soirco on Broadway at tho residence
of W. F. Pollock, on Saturday evening, partici
pated in by Misses Jcunio Barton, Robbio Savage,
Daly Pollock, Mrs. Sue Pollock, Mr. nud Mrs.
Wm. A. Pepper and A. D. McDouglc, was very
KENTUCKY GETTING THERE.
The State's Agricultural Display at the
World's Fair Receives Eighty
Kentucky's agricultural display at tho
World's Fair has received several awards,
and they are creditable to the State.
Tlmv worn distrihiitpd fiinnnfr tho vnrinnq
products as follows: Tobacco, 7; hemp,
io; wneat,!); corn, a; seeds nnu grass
es, 2;; makinga total of eighty-six awards
in this department alone.
This will make a total of something
over 200 medals which Kentucky has re
ceived so far. Tho live stock rnen alone
have carried away seventy premiums
during tho summer. Tho mineral ox
hibit obtained thirty medals, and tho
forestry department was equally success
ful in securing the favor of tho iudges.
Tho awards in tho educational dippluy,
the horticultural show and the manufac
tures department will bo nnnounced dur
ing the early part of this week.
Giving or S.elling Liquor Election Day.
Tho Court of Appeals in a recent opin
ion says: "As tho traction of a day is not
regarded in law tho sale or gift of spirit
uous, vinous or malt liquors at any timo
during tho twenty-four hours of an elec
tion must be held a violation of Section
154 of tho Constitution which requires
tho 'General Assembly to prescribe such
laws Us may bo necessary for the restric
tion of tho sale or gift of spirituous, vin
ous or molt liquors on election days, as
well as of tho statuto enacted in pursu
ance thereof, which prohibits tho sale or
gift of such liquors upon tho day of any
general or primary election."
Tho attraction to b6 presented at tho
opera house Thursday evening, Novem
ber 2nd to-morrow evening is tho
comedy success " Zeb." The piece is full
of good, hearty laughs from beginning to
end, and is replete with splendid singing
and dancing specialties. Besides tho
comedy and specialties there aro in
troduced special new and original scenic
and mechanical eflects. There is not
ono old, worn-out featuro introduced in
" Zeb," and a good evening's enjoyment
is in store for those who enjoy n good
laugh. Admission, 23, 33, 50 and 75
cents. Tickets on salo at Nelson's.
Making Paper Out of Sunflowers.
A Bpecial from Salina, Kansas, eays:
"Tho paper mill at this placo has com
pleted an important experiment to de
termine tho practicability of manufac
turing paper out of wild sunflowers. Tho
test was a complete success. Sovoral
tons of tho weeds were mado into paper,
which is far superior to straw paper, tho
fiber of tho sunflower product being as
tough and pliable as rag paper. Tho
mill is now buying sunflowers and pro
poses to makosunfloworpajier a specialty,
as it can bo made very cheap. This is
tho first oxporimerit of tho kind over
Up to 10 o'clock to-day 100 voters had
registered at tho County Clork's office
Of theso twenty aro colored.
To-day is tho last day of thiB special
Is tho Oriontal salutation,
knowing that good healtn.
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. "When tho
Liver is torpid tho Bow
els aro sluggish and con
ctipated, tho food I103
in tho stomach undi-
gested, poisoning tho
lood; frequent headacho
ensues; a feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and
nervousness indicato how
tho wholo system ia do
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator has been tho
means of restoring moro
peoplo to health and
happiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency Known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficacy.
Rnv. R. G. Wilder, Princeton, N. J., says:
"I find nothing helps so much to keep me in
vorklng condition as Simmons Liver Regulator."
Sec that you get the Oenuincf
with red 2 on frnt f wrapper.
PREPARED ONLY DV
J. II. ZliTLXN & CO., I'hlladelDlila, re.
ANSWER TO " SNOWBOUND."
Yes, you think It flno fuu
When your rhyme you begun,
Of flnnncial affairs of the day ;
Hut you don't call to mind
That tho debts left behind
Aro still left for the rooster to pay.
You all nut tho blamo
On Democracy' namo
When you don't give her time to cot straight;
Sho must first pay your bill '
Then wait and she will
Change the tune that you cry here of late.
The stato of the affair
When your " Ben " took tho chair
Wo3 not bad, as wo (Hid them to-day ;
Uut now that we'er in
We'll show you we'll win,
And our victory's not far away.
So the day that it snowed
And our big birdie crowed
Will yet make you each one rejoice ;
So blame us no more,
'Tls you fault wo'er poor,
And you'll yet say tho roosters your choice.
Mits. II. K. W., Louisville, Ky.
MB. P1PJSU WITnDUAWS.
To My Many Frlauls oUie SLrth Ward: I this day
withdraw my name from the race for Council
man in your ward. I find 1 am not eligible for
tho position from the fact of not having been a
residcut of the ward a sufficient length of time,
by;two days, under the new law. Tho noble
manner In which you have rallied to my sup
port and pledged your Indorsement, has won my
sincerest gratltudo, and had It been possible I
would have shown that your confidence was not
misplaced. Respectfully, S. A. PirEn.
Maysvillo, October 31st.
High School Report.
Following is tho report of the male de
partment of tho Maysvillo High School
for tho month ending October 31 :
Monthly enrollment 25
Average daily attendance 21
Percent, of attendance 'JO
Unll nf TTnnnr f!lnv T.tllnstnn. Hnltnll KYr.
John Power, l'ercio Brosce, John O'Doniicll,
James Allen, Bernard I'ollltt, Frank Wright,
i rauK Jiruarauan, William i-nstoe, uourteuay
Rcspcss, Elbert Pangburn, John Wood.
When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castoria.
When tiho wn3 a Child, fiho cried for Castoria.
When sho liecamo Miss, fIio clung to Castoria.
When hho had Children, she gavothem Castoria.
.Real Estate Transfers.
Catherine Etinls and husband to Margaret E.
McDanicL, a lot on Mt. Sterling pike; con
sideration 8 SO
James C. Owens aud wlfo to Johu Duley..
crantors undivided fourth interest in M
acres of ground on Hill City pike; cou-
Choked to Death.
Thomas Ward, an old and well-to-do
fnrmor, whoso homo is near Helena,
choked to death while eating breakfast
yesterday morning at tho Lexington
Asylum, where ho was sent some months
Tho United States produced 3,400,000
bushels of rye, while Russia's output is
75,000,000 bushels, outstripping all tho
other countries in raising their cereal.
"iTr ANTED A second-hand Range. Apply at
TT thisoillco. aidti
ANTED All experienced dry goods Miles-
ITU, 1. 1. 1.. ..fli. l.v UiLa UllIWi rlUk
tir ANTED A young man to work lu a dry
Vy goods store. Must como well recommend
ed. Apply at this office. 21-St
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or clerk
by a competcut young man of 20. Rcfercu
ces. Leave word at this office.
?OR BALK Ono hundred and fifty thorough
y bred SllvcrWyandottos nud Brown Leghorns ;
cheap If taken now. Near first lollgato on Flem
ing pike. JAMES CH1LD3. ldCtwlt
OR RICNT -Rooms, either for largo or small
family. Apply to 112 W. Front street. 19-tf
lOR KENT Tlio liouso on south cast corner
r Front nud Market, formerly occupied by
Knrr & Co. and N. Gollcnstcln. Apply to GAR
RETT 8. WALL. J22dtf.
OUND L. F. T. badgo. Samo will bo deliv
ered to owner at St. James Hotel. oct30-3t
STRAYED Monday afternoon, from homo of
CHARLES BALL, n small dark brown rat ter
rier dog. Return to 701 East Second street.
Wo lmvo recoived our stock of Fall and Winter Cloaks,
for Ladies, Misses and Children, and they aro now ready for
inspection. They aro now and beautiful In design and per
fect in fit. Our lino of
Dress : Goods
will bo found very complete. Wo aro showing all tho now
shades and weaves.
Wo aro also ready with our lino of Ladies', Gentlemen's
and Children's Underwear in all grades, from 25 cents up.
(BROWNING & CO.,
51 EAST SECOND STREET.
TJBLE T-AHIFJT SILL I
It is hard, to foretell
if the Tariff Reform Mil will jpass the
House or not, but it is easy to tell that the Misfit Clothing Parlor
is the Leader of low prices and the firm
sells perfect goods at
PRICES LOWER THAN ANYOTHERHOUSEIN TOWN.
THE MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR, 128 UARKET ST.
POWER & REYNOLDS,
NEXT 000R TO THE
And : Cheaper : Cycles 1
REDUCTION IN PRICE
Pomoroy Coal 8c
Peacock Coal 9c
Somi-Cannol Coal 10c
TERMS, .- CASE!
Thursday Evening, Nov. 2.
The comedy success,
Sixteen thousand two hundred and thirty feet
ol special scenery carried for ono act alono. Not
ono old, worn-out eflect used. Scenlo and me
chanical .cilects. Tho Movablo Sidewalk I Tho
Natural Gas Scone 1 Tho Blowing up of tho
Safol Tho Stablo Fire."
THE CELEBRATED ZEB QUARTETTE,
Every featuro presented as advertised. Ro
served seats now on sale at Nelson's. Trices 25,
35, 60 and 75 cents.
I will on Saturday. November 11, 1&93, at 10
o'clock a. m., on Ino premises, two miles
this fildo of Mavslick. sell to thn hlelmat
bidder my personal property, consisting of
uunuB, lUHs, uugs nun biuu, wagon, imggy nnu
other utensils too numerous to mention. Also
By J. Laytham.
F. ZWEIGAKT, Jtt.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET,
Comer ot Second and Button Streets,
New Sorghum, per gal jo
New Syrup, per gal 40
4l-w iutuxtiroui, per pounu 10
New Imnortcd Prunes, nor nnnnd in
New Raisins, per pound 10
New Buckwhcnt, per package 10
New Hominy, per quart 5
New Beans, jier quart 10
iiyw smau snouiuers, per pounu 10
New Honey, per pound 2fA
New Rice, per pound . 5
New Dried Apricots, per pound 15
New Canned Peas, ppr can, 10, 12& 15 and 20
New Pickles, fin vinoirnrl. nw hnmlrml sn
Six pouuds best new Oatmeal i.',25
r inesi new flow York cnesso.
WHEN YOU WI3II ANYTHING GOOD TO EAT,
CALL ON US.
HILL & GO.,
T,T1J0.r,ar.tnorsnlP hcretoforo existing between
Ernio Whlto, Leo Haucko and C. T. Hllleary has
uuuu uuioiTcu dt mutual consent, Mr. C. T. Hll-
lOflrV h A Vine Wlmrlrnurtl flnm enn.. FTO..-.1...-I
of the Red Skin Tobacco Factory will bo contin
ued by Whlto & Haucko, who aro authorized
to collect all debts, and who will meet all Habll-
i ui mu utux us rvniie, uaucxo s uo.
. ,, C. T. HILLEARY.
Maysvillo, Ky., September 29, 1893. 80dtf
The Noted Scientific and Practical
?m' M.YcsJ,SvJ?;itll8,rePt' Cincinnati, Ohio,
will bo at tho CENTRAL HOTEL, Maysvillo. Kv .
011 KW.VYnml SATUltl) AY November lo
""' 11.t.h Instant No ono should miss tho op
portunity of securing proper glasses from him.
Examination and test of vision FREE.
Will call at your homo in the city if so desired.
i.,l(J.r.MOiofimy DoputleswHl bo at tho follow
ing named places on tho dates mentioned below :
Sardis and Springdale, Tuesday, Octobor21.
Rectorvillo and liolona, Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Dover, Saturday, October 21. .
Plugtown, Friday, October 20.
nl5?.d "ft' Deputies will bo fqund at tho Countv
Clerk's office on tho last six days In October. All
wn,.pia d boforo tuo flt ol November, 1893
i? j! f ?enalty - percentadded, As tho
fn" Vli8 lnWUvo.and all not paid bo-
&n.Mr!WS5r?' January. 1891. wo wilfbo conu
polled to odycrtlso for sale. Como soon and
avoid tho rush, Respectfully,
., ou J. CI. JEFFERSON,
u Sheriff of Mason County,