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No house in the State can show such a variety of styles and such a vast assortment of MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND
OVERCOATS as we exhibit. Certainly none can compete with us in prices. Equal garments at the price you will see no
where. In fact, they have never been produced. We display all the newest and most popular ideas of the best Tailor-Made
Clothiers in the country. Every garment is made and finished in the very best manner, and as perfect in every respect as the
best custom work. WE GUARANTEE TO FIT YOU PERFECTLY and that is more than a great many merchant tailors do.
We will be pleased to show you our latest styles in some very nobby SUITS and TOP COATS. Respectfully,
Another Good Showing For This Build
Socrotary Baldwin's Statement of Re
ceipts and Disbursements For
The Bulletin is indebted to Secretary
Baldwin, of the Peoplo.a Building Asso
ciation, for the following statement for
the past quarter:
Maysville, Kt., October 31, 1893.
To the officers and members of the People's Budd
ing Association Gentlemen: Below Is my report for
quarter ending this day : ,
Weekly dues ..8 6,919 00
Monthly dues 322 15
fines 13 10
Interest 724 53
Transfers.- 12 75
Initiation on 30 shares 15 00
Sonus canceliug stock 2 00
Mortgages canceled 4uu w
Stock loans canceled. 220 00
Overdrawn on Treasurer. 14,723 79-323,112 32
Loans on mortgages 9 2,100 00
Loans on stock 1,250 00
Paid salaries, expenses, etc... 208 05
Paid for 20 shares canceled... 500 00 ,
Duo Treasurer as per report
July 31, 1893....... 19,293 G7-823.412 32
Each share of stock has.pald In as follows :
First series $32 75
Second scries.. 19 50
Second series, January 10 75
Second series, February 9 75
Second scries, March 8 75
Second series, April 7 75
Third series 0 50
Third series, June 5 50
Third series, July , 4 50
Third serial, August 3 25
Third series, September 2 25
' Third series, October 100
Statement of Shares.
No. shares in first scries, August 1, 1893.. 785
No. canceled during the quarter 12 773
No. shares In second series August 1,
. 1893... 1,008
No. cancelled during the quarter 8l,OC0
No. shares in third series August 1,
No. Issued during quarter 30 337
Total No. shares in the association... 2,220
Robert L. Baldwin, Secretary.
Burglars at Work.
Burglars effected an entrance to Dr.
John M. Frazeo's residence about 12:30
o'clock last night, and had reached the
second floor when some members of the
family were awakened and gave tho
alarm. The thieves beat a hasty retreat
and made their cscapo by way of the
front entrance. Luckily they were dis
covered before they had secured any
New raisins, currants and citron, at
Governor Brown has determined upon
Judge J. Crips Wickliffo, of Bardstown,
as tho successor of Adjutant General
TnE handsomest, tho best and tho most
complete stock of silverware in town can
always bo found at Ballonger's jewelry
store. Just the articles for wedding pres
ents. Sheriff Jekfurson and Deputies col
lected about $16,000 taxes yesterday and
tho day before. Thoy were kept busy,
until a lato hour last evening receiving
'Squire John L. Grant won tho box of
ten-cent cigars given away by "Wallaco
Bros, to tho party who came the nearest
to guessing tho number of seeds in tho
pumpkin displayed at their store for
several weeks. The pumpkin contained
520 seeds, and tho 'Squire's guess was
Mr. Asa O. Runyan, anophow of Mr. D.
M. Runyan of this city, died last Saturday
at Wichita, aged thirty-six years. Tho
remains were interred at Lexington.
Deceased was a son of Mr. Daniel Runyan,
formorly of this city, and was Secretary
of tho Wichita Stock Yards Company at
tho timo of his death.
The Kinnoy-Olarko will caso in Brack
on has been settled. Harrison Glarko
died a few years ago and loft a will, in
which ho devised that all of his property
go to his daughter, Mrs. Kinney, and "at
her death this proporty was to go to her
children. Mrs, Kinnoy was the only
child of tho testator, and the provisions
of tho will did not Biilt her husband. Ho
wanted absoluto control of the property
which is worth about $7,000, but tho jury
could not see it in that light, and stood
by tho will like sensible men.
ft it iHECHINGERl
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS, ODDFELLOWS' HALL.
Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt.
Geo. W. SrjLSER, law, fire insurance.
Tobacco in barns insured by Duley &
Baldwin, agents, Court street.
Have you noticed tho bargains in mir
rors at J. T. Kackloy & Co.'s?
New window shades with new tints
just received by J. T. Kackloy & Co.
II. Ficklin is a candidato for City
Treasurer and solicits your support.
Fire, cyclono and tobacco in barns, in
sured in reliable companies by D. M. Run
yon. Only a few more left of those clocks
Hopper & Co. are selling at cost. Guar
anteed to bo good timo pieces.
Go to Hechinger & Co.'s when you
want anything in the clothing lino. Your
attention is called to their advertisement.
It is estimated that tho Stato will,
under tho new contract for the public
printing, savo about 10 per cent, upon
Alfred Leonard, a farmer, living four
miles south of West Union, committed
suicide, by hanging, Monday morning
Mr. Robert Pinkard and Miss Sarah
Case, both of Germantown,wero married
this morning at the County Clerk's oflice
by Judgo Piaster.
It is reported that Hon. I. A. Spaulding,
of Union County, is making a "still
hunt" for" tho Speakership of tho House
of tho next Legislature.
The earnings of the C. and O. for tho
third week of October aro $183,530; for
tho same week in 1892 thoy were $207,7-10;
decreaso this year $24,210.
Mr. C. A. Tucker, of tho Orangeburg
precinct, grow a raddish tho past season
that measures thirty-two inches in cir
cumference and weighs thirteen pounds.
A Muncie (Ind.) man has sued that
city for $,5000 because the authorities rq
fused to allow him to publish his news
paper. Ho had been exposed to the
Captain Sweeney, U. S.A., San Diego
Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is
tho first medicine I have ever found that
would do mo any good." Price 50c. Sold
by J. James Wood.
Allen M. Snooks' tobacco barn near
Shelbyvillo was destroyed by firo Mon
day, with ninety hogsheads of old and
cloven acres of now tobacco. Loss,
$20,000; insurance, $10,000.
Rev. J. H. Herron, pastor of tho Au
gusta M. E. Church a low years ago, and
well known in this city, surprised his
friends Sunday by uniting with tho Chris
tian Church at Owingsville.
F. P. Scearce, tho gay young forger
who created a big sensation at Lexington
a fow months ago by his bold work, has
succeeded in giving $10,500 bail, and was
released from jail yesterday.
The Kentucky Conferonco M. E.
Church, South, has arranged to have
next Sunday observed as Collego Day, in
tho interest of Kentucky Wesloyan Col
lege. It is desired to raiso $2,000 at least.
Dr. Appleman, tho specialist, will bo at
his oflice, Central Hotel, Thursday next,
November 0th, ono day only. His many
patients and all others who wish to con
sult him, should bo on hand early as he
leaves at 4 p. rn
The only Maysvillo spoon with one of
Maysville s elegant buildings in bowl of
spoon, tho nowest spoon out, can bo had
at P. J. Murphy's, tno jowoler, loader of
low prices and now goods. Successor to
Hoppor & Murphy. '
Seven or eight years ago Mason John
son, a Bourbon County farmor? had a
wagon-load of stuff stolpn ono night. A
fow days ago ho received a letter con
taining alO bill from ono of tho thioves.
Tho guilty party's conscionco has been
worrying him for two years.
WEATiiER-prophet Hicks says a vory
marked storm period will begin about
Ndvembor 7th. This period will sot in
with a docidod change to warmer in
westorn parts, resulting in very activo
storms of rain and wind, turning to sngw
and sleet in many places northward, and
followed promptly by a sovoro and
general cold wave.
WHOLE STATE CAN COMPETE WITH
SOUTHERN STORM SUFFERERS.
Letters Acknowledging tho Receipt
of Maysvillo's Donation For
Tho following is Belf-explanatory :
New Orleans, October 28, 1S9.1.
lfr. James It. UaU, UaiiviUc, Ky.Dmr Sir: it
affords us much pleasure to acknowledge receipt
of your letter ol the 25th instant, enclosing check
8313.75 for relief of storm sullerers, which wo havo
sent to tho Relict Committee, and from whom
you will receive tho proper acknowledgment.
Permit us to ngatn thank you and express our
high appreciation of your good work, 'i ou have,
unsolicited, not oulv subscribed liberally your
selves, but prompted by your kindly feeling and
sympathy lor thoo in dNtrcs, hnvo collected
from yourcharitnblc friends and the good city of
Maysvillo a handsome donation. Yours respect
fully, STAUm.R, ESIILKMAN it Co.
Tho Now Orleans Daily Picayune, of
October 29th, says:
The following additional contributions to the
fund for tho relief of tho storm RUllorcrs were re
ceived by Secretary Hy. II. 8mlth at the Board of
Trade yesterday :
Collected by the James H. Hall Plow Com
pany, faysvlllc, Ky., and remitted
through Slatiflcr, Eshlcman & Co., New
Orleans proceeds of entertainment by
Dramatic Club. Maysville, Kv SIRS 75
Ancient Order Hibernian Soeietv 2' CO
Donation by city of Maysville, Ky 100 00
Total S3I3 75
Tho following communications accom
panied the contribut'ons :
To Jfamrs. Stauffcr, Ethlcman tt O).: I tnko incis
ure in Inclosing you herewith check on New
York for $313.75. which you will pleaio hand over
to the storm suirerers' Relief Committee to be
accredited as follows : Prnceedsof entertainment
given by tho Mnvsvillo Dramntlc Club, for the
benefit of I-oulsiuna sufferers, SW.75; donation
from cltv of Maysville. S10J: donation from An
cient Order Hibernian Focicty,S2"i; total, $313.75.
We trust that the pcoplo generilly will respond
liborally to tho appeals for aid to alleviate the
suffering. With best wishes, I am very truly
yours, James II. Hall, Maysville, Ky.
To Hugh McClotlcy, Chairman UdieJ Committee:
We havo the oleasuro to hand to von letter from
Mr. J. H. Hall, Inclosing cheokforSm75, amount
collected by him in Maysville, Ky., to aid you in
tho good work of assisting those mado destitute
by tho late storm. Wo will stato that, unsolic
ited, tho James If. Hall Plow Company has al
ready subscribed SV) on their own a( count, and
that the present subscription Is the result of Mr.
Hall's good work among bis charitable friends
and a donation from tho city of Maysville. Ky.
Staukfer, Emileman it Co., New Orleans.
. Mrs. W. T. Ilord is visiting her brothor,
Dr. Cook, of Millersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Martin, of Mil
lersburg, havo returned homo after a visit
in this city.
Danvillo Advocate: "MissAllio Bas
com, of Maysville, is tho guest of Mrs. W.
Rev. R. T. Mathows has resigned as
pastor of tho Main Street Christian
Church of Lexington.
Bourbon News : " Miss Mamio Reming
ton returned Ifrom a visit to Miss Ger
trudo Worthington, in Mason.
Misses Mamio Ilockor and Nettie
Robinson, of this city, and Miss Shuford,
of Cincinnati, aro guests of Miss Mao
Marshall at "Cottage Cliff."
Mrs. J. M. O. Ballonger and daughter,
Leila, aro spending the week in Cincin
nati. Tho latter is under the treatment
of an oculist for some trouble of tho eyes.
Cincinnati Tribuno Gifts.
Tho Cincinnati Tribuno is tho only
Cincinnati papor enjoying a boom. It is
not satisfied to give all tho news for two
cents, but prints coupons, six of which
cut from its columns daily entitle you
freo to a fac simile reproduction of some
beautiful water color painting by a
Another sot of coupons secures you,
freo, threo bulbs of fragrant blooming
Death of Rev. Elisha Groen.
Rev. Elisha Green died this morning
after an illness of soveral months, from
asth'ma. Ho was sovonty-llvo years of
age, and was ono of tho best known and
most respected colored ministers in Ken
tucky. For years ho had been pastor of
tho Bothel Baptist Church of this city.
His funeral will occur Friday at 1 o'clock
p. m. at tho church Rnmeu above.
That Joyful Peeling
With tho exhilarating sonso of renewed
health and strength and internal cleanli
ness, which follows tho uso of Syrup of
Figs, is unknown to the fow who havo
not progressed boyond tho old timo medi
cines and tho cheap substitutes some
times offered but never accepted by tho
THE BEE HIVE!
Every department is now replete with new goods.
More bargains than you ever heard of. Come and take
a look at them :
Infants' Cnslimcro Hose, all
Wool, 10c; Children's Wool
IIohc,12Jc; readies' Seamless
Fast Blnclc Hose, 15c., as good
as most stores sell at 25 cts.
Good Sbirts for Men, 25 cts.;
good Underwear for Men, 25
and 39 cts.; all Wool Flannel
Skirts, 75c., worth $1.00 at
wholesale; Children's Kibbcd
Underwear from 12Jc. up.
Ladies' Long-Sleeve nibbed' Undervests,
19 CENTS, WORTH DOUBLE.
Our big line of new CLOAKS is now on exhibition.
Wc bought thorn very cheap and have marked them low.
Every garment is a bargain.
PROPRIETORS BEE HIVE.
a Migwaumav.1' i 1
BIEKBOWEB & CO.,
THE CELEBRATED JOHN VAN RANGES.
New Lime Juice Tablets
THOS. J. CHENOWETH'S,
DKUGGIST, SECOND AND SUTTON.
-" 'JBPii McCianahan&Shea
LOST Detweon depot und electric- light house,
dodger cmiVASH. letters on it. " llob, tho Ao
tlvo Dodger." l'leaso lciivo at 110 Wall street,
and ho rowarded. iU-d-lt
TOST At M. E. Church, South, or between
j church and J. Ik Gibson's riwldcnco on West
Fourth street, a small chip diamond ring. Please
return to telegraph oflice.
1 mi wvammtfmmaam mwi
Retail Dealers in-
MANTELS, GRATES. TINWARE, TIN-R00FINQ,
GUTTERING AND SPOUTING,
Job Work of All Kinds
Executed in tho Best Manner.
Whereas, my wlfo, ITattlo E.. left my homo of
her own accord March 20, 1S9J, and has never
returned, I will bo rcsnonslblo for no contracts,
sho may make. 21d7t M. P. ENDICOTT,
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