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Barkley's Cheap Tables Are Reset With Women's Low Cuts, 25c. to $1 . Come Before the Cloths Are Cleared. Wonderful Bargains.
MURDERED AT MAYSLICK.
Qoorgo Brown Shot and Instantly
Killod Last Evening by Alvin
George Brown was ahot and instantly
killed last evening at Mayslick by Alvin
The parties are colored, and tho shoot
ing was tho result of a quarrel between
two negro women, Anna Hawkins,
Brown's wife", and Charlotto Savage, a
sister of Alvin. Tho women both live in
Bartine's circus showed at Mayslick
yesterday, and as usual tho colored folks
were on hand. Between 0 and 7 o'clock
tho two women named got into a quarrel
on tho street, and in a few minutes, Char
lotte had stripped hor antagonist of most
all her wearing apparel.
Brown had gono to his wife's assistance,
and Savagohad sailed in to help his sister.
At this stage, Marshal Mitchell arrived
on tho scene. Savage had his pistol out.
Mitchell seized his arm, but Savage jerked
loose, and before the officer could do any
thing more to put a stop to the affair,
Savage stuck the weapon almost against
Brown's head and fired.
The ball struck Brown in the center of
forehead and penetrated tho brain, kill
ing him almost instantly.
Savago was arrested and at once taken
before the Polico Judge, who committed
him to jail to await further trial. Deputy
Sheriff Roberson brought him to this
city, and shortly after 8 o'clock ho was
behind the bars.
Brown had figured in three shooting
scrapes of late years, and was considered
a bad negro, especially when under the
influence of liquor.
Tho biggest potato patch in tho coun
try is in Maury County, Tenn. Ten
years ago two brothers went from Indi
ana to Maury and purchased 2,000 acres
of neglected land. It was overgrown
with shrubbery and briers, and was re
garded as valueless by the residents.
This year they will market 50,000 barrels
of potatoes alone, raised on 000 acres of
ground. They have a factory on tho
farm and make their own barrels. One
hundred men and boys are employed in
handling tho potatoes. Besides the po
tatoes 150 acres are in whea.t, and a can
ning factory on tho farm will take care
of fifty acres of tomatoes and 175 acres of
Mr. George Bell, of the Sixth ward,
died this morning, from injuries received
some days ago in trying to board a O. and
O. train near Vanceburg. One of his
feet was injured and amputation was
finally found necessary. It was thought
at first that ho would recover, but blood-
poisoning set in and caused his death.
Deceased was about thirty years of age,
and was at one timo connected with tho
U. S. Navy. The date of tho funeral has
not been announced.
Nicholas For Payntor.
Nicholas County Democrats were a lit
tle ahead of their brethren of tho rest of
this Appellate district in holding pre
cinct meetings. The meetings came off
yesterday, and a telegram brings tho
news that Congressman Paynter carried
the county. Tho friends of Leslie Apple
gate wore tho only ones that mado a
fight against tho Ninth district Represen
tative for the county.
Had His Bet tin Clothes On.
A special from Lexington says : " Lang
horn Anderson, a Cincinnati tobacco
man, had on his sporting clothes Thurs
day evening and bluffed tho boys in good
style. During a heated Congressional ar
gument Andorson offered to wager from
100 to $5,000 even money on Breckin
ridge against the field. No ono offered
to take up tho defi."
The Modern Mother.
Has found that her little ones are im
proved more by tho pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of tho lax
ative effect of a gontle remedy, than by
any other, and that it is more acceptable
to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits
them. Tho true remedy, Syrup of Figs,
is manufactured by the California Fig
Syrup Co. only.
Death of Thomas Simon.
Mr. Thomas Simon, formerly of Aber
deen, died Thursday at Now Richmond,
of cancer. Among his surviving children
is Mr. Sam irnon, of this city. Deceased
was a member of Aberdeen Lodge, K. of
P., and his remains were buried this
morning at Charter Oak Cemetery with
1he honors of tho order.
Mr. John 1. Mathews, Maysvillo's
leading cornotist, will assist tho choir at
Ruggles' camp meeting. Thero aro still
a few cottages bolonging to private par
ties for rent. Apply to I. M. Lane, Mays-
There will bo an ico cream supper
given Saturday night, July 21st, for tho
benefit of Mitchell's Chapel, at tho resi
dence of Misses Parker, near Dawson's
grocery. Everybody cordially invited.
Fnuan Bluo Lick at Calhoun's.
Iouhaih) ioliciH W. K. Wanipi, agt
SI. 99 'for ono dozen
cabinets nt Park-
See P. S. Kempkk fire, life and tor
The late Allen Bashford, of Paris, left
$10,000 life insurance.
Sam Gkay, colored,
street, died last night.
of East Second
The Greenup Circuit Court has
journed until next Monday week.
Flour is selling at . $2.15 a barrel in
Cincinnati in car lots for August delivery.
Rev. Mn. Kexorick, of Danville, is
preaching very acceptably at the Chris
tian Church at Washington.
The long drouth was broken this morn
ing. A heavy rrin set in at 7:30, and tho
indications are that it is a general one.
Come and see tho celebrated Butter
milk soap. Price attractive.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
Paris Green If you want it strictly
puro and cheap call at Chenoweth's drug
store. Also all grades machine oils cheap.
Mr J. T. Kackley has returned from
a trip through Fleming this week, and
reports the biggest sales in the history of
Painting and paper-hanging promptly
and artistically done by Ilaucko. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Leave orders at
White, Judd & Co.'s.
The grand jury at Greenup returned
eight indictments this week. Wm. Jack
son charged with poisoning his wife is
one of the parties indicted.
Call and learn prices on P. J. Mur
phy's stock of ladies' and gentlemen's
gold, gold-filled and silver watches. These
prices are fully 15 por cent, less than
elsewhere ; quality tho best.
Call at Ballenger's and see the fine
silver water sets he is displaying. And
when you want anything in tho jewelry
line, remember his stock is complete and
embraces the very latest novelties.
The dry weather has cut tho black
berry crop rather short in the county,
although it promised to bo immense.
One day this week they were selling in
the Lexington market at $1 a bucket.
Rev. T. W. Watts returns homo to-day
after, an absence of several weeks. His
health has been greatly benefited by his
rest, and he will resume his regular
work as pastor of tho M. E. Church,
The Owens crowd in Bourbon are mak
ing a big kick over tho election of Colo
nel Charles Butler, a Breckinridge man,
as Chairman of the Democratic Execu
tive Committee of that county. They
will go before the State Chairman with a
protest, it is said.
Georgetown (Ohio) News-Democrat:
"John O'Harran, of Aberdeen, was in
this place this "week settling with Treas
urer Tissandier for tho Juno collection of
taxes in Huntington township. Mr.
O'Harran's books and figures tallied to a
cent, as they always do."
Mr. Leachman Lewis, of Indianapolis,
who has been visiting his uncle, Mr. II.
P. Lewis, left this morning for Lexing
ton. Ho is an accomplished violinist
and pianist, although blind from early
childhood. Many had tho pleasure of
hearing him during his stay in Maysville
and were delighted with his playing.
The Disciples will hold tho following
services to-morrow: 9:30 a. m., Sunday
school, 10:45 a. m., preaching; 7 p. m.,
Y. P. S. C. E. Morning subject, "Tho
Religious Needs of Maysville." Tho mis
sion of JesUB in our, world is not so much
to increase the census of Heaven as to
improve tho status of earth's righteous
ness. Tho rediscovery of him as ho an
swers in his moral character life's prob
lems, is tho task sot before each genera
tion. Ho is as much a revelation of man
to himself as of God to man. No night
service. E. B. Cake, Minister.
Why trouble your mind about whore
you will spend Sunday afternoon? Tho
best place to go and ono yielding biggest
profit is to the Young Men's Christain
Association in Cox Building. To-morrow
afternoon at 3:45 the men's meeting will
bo held, Mr. James Stewart leading.
His subject will bo, "What God Says
About Fellowship and Kinship." In ad
dition thero will bo short interesting
talks and good singing. Young men
desirous of living better Uvea and helping
thoir follow men aro tho ones who carry
on tho men's mooting. Lend your pres
ence, bring somo ono with yon and help
us in this work.
Mrs. G. R. Roberts, of Louisa, is vis
iting hor daughter, Mrs. D. P. Holt.
Miss Nellie Ball has roturned from a
visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mart-Voires, of
Miss Alice Higginbotham has been
visiting Miss Nannio Wood in tho county
Miss Vinetta B. Smith and Miss
Mario Hunter are visiting Miss Lucie
rower at Augusta.
Mr. Harry S. Wood is enjoying a few
days recreation at Star Island, Mich., a
delightful summer resort.
Mrs. O. H. Willett, of Ilutcheson,
Bourbon County, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White. -
Mr. Henry Waller, who has been
visiting at Washington, has left for New
York City to pursue his studies.
Mrs. Fred Dressel returned homo
this morning after a visit to tho family of
Mr. John S. Leo near Rectorville.
Mrs. Dr. J. R. Murnan, of Covington,
returned homo Friday, after a visit to
Mrs. Inez Dickson and other relatives at
Ashland News : "Miss Keith Green,
of Danville, and Miss Alice Gill, of Mays
ville, two bright and genial young ladies,
are hero, tho guosts of Miss Louise Con
dit, on Bath avenue."
Mrs. Sallio McDonald Humphreys
and Miss Daisy P. Taylor1, of Washing
ton, were tho guests of MY. James M.
Mitchell at his elegant and hospitable
home near Helena Friday.
Mt. Olivet Tribuno: "Ernie White
and wife and Robert Pollitt, of Maysville,
and Miss Nellie Burgle, of Covington,
are the guests of Mrs. Samuel Holmes,
and attending camp meeting.
Miss Mary Turner, of Chicago, ac
companied by hor nephew, Master
Warren Currans, of Mattoon, 111., arrived
last evening on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. H. F. Turner, of Forest avenue.
Mr. Selby, the Portsmouth shoo
manufacturer, accompanied by his wife
and little sop,, was in Maysville Friday
on business. They had been spending
a few days at Glen Springs, and were en
Rev. R. B. Garrett, formerly pastor
of tho Baptist Church of this city, ar
rived at Carlisle last evening, and is ex
pected hero next week. Ho will spend
some timo at Bluo Licks, Carlisle and m
Maysville before going to Baltimore to
enter upon his work with Dr. Wharton.
For Sale Twenty-one acres of land;
house and barn. $G00. F. Devine.
General Passenger Agent Fuller
I of the C. and O. is recovering from tho
injuries lie received not long ago. His
physicians now consider him out of
A few days ago, an old gentlemen died
in Brown County, Ohio. Tho day after
wards ono of his grandsons was in
Georgetown and filed suit to have tho old
man's estato divided. He then roturned
homo and noxt morning attended tho
Miss Lottie Vimont, a most estimablo
young lady, aged about twenty-two years,
of MUIersburg, sailed from Now York on
June 2S, as a missionary to South America.
She is sent by the Methodist Church,
will bo stationed in Chili, and will be
absent for ten years.
Services in tho First Presbyterian
Church to-morrow morning will bo a
Bible reading. Subject, "Christ's Second
Coming." Let everybody bring their
Bible. Mission Sabbath school in tho
German Church at 2:30 p. in. Westmin
ster bocietyof Christian Endeavor at
G:45 p. in.
Rev. T. W. Watts will return to-day and
conduct tho usual morning services at
tho M. E. Church, South, to-morrow at
10:30 a. m. No preaching at night. The
congregation will join in tho union ser
vices at tho Third Street M. E. Church at
night. Sunday school at 9:15. A full at
First Baptist Church At 10:30 a. m.
to-morrow there will he proaching by tho
pastor. Sunday school at 0:15 a. in.
Young People's Union at 0:30 p. m. To
these services all aro cordially invited.
There will be no services at night. Tho
congregation will worship with tho M. E.
Church on Third street.
Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
Tho beat salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all ekm eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents por
box. For Bale at J. James Wood's.
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OwBAUAHOB SifcXE OP
Batiste, Belfast Lawns and Dotted
Swiss reduced from 10 to 6Ac. a yd.
Extra fine quality of Dotted Swiss
reduced from 15 to 10c. per yard.
Fifty pieces of Lawns and Challies
at 5 cts. per yard. Lancaster and
Amoskeag Ginghams at 5c. a yard.
Dress Ginghams at 5 and 7c. per
See our Remnant Counter. A big
lot of remnants of Lawns, Ducks
and Satteens at 5 cents per yard.
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FOH JUDGE OF THE COU1IT OF AITEALS.
E are authorized to nnnouuee GEORGE
WASHINGTON, of Newport. as a candidate
lor juuge oi tno uourt oi Appeal?, for tno sixtn
Appellate district, subject to the action of tho
FOI! COUNTY AS3ESSOK.
E are authorized to announce J. DAVID
DYE us the Republican candidate for As-
WE arc authorized to announce JOHND. ROE
as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the
will of tho Democratic party.
FOH JUSTICE OF THE TEACE.
xrE aro authorized to announce POWELL I).
V OWENS as a candidate for Justice of tho
Peace in Magisterial district No. I, subject to tho
vote of the people at the polls.
Wb aro authorized to announce JOHN L.
GRANT as a candidate for Justico of tho
Peaco in tho second Magisterial district, subject
to the will of tho people, November election,
WE aro authorized to announce- SAM J.
NOWER as a candidate for Constable in
Dover preciuct at the November election, lS'Jl,
subject to the will of tho people.
WEaro authorized to announce J. U. McNUTT
as n cnudldatn for re-eh'ctlou as Coustablo
In tho Third Magisterial district ot tho ensuing
WE aro authorized to announce UEOKUE W.
COOK as a candidate for Constable in Mag
isterial district No. 2, subject to tho will of the
I JOR SALE Several choico residence
r ties in First. Second. Third, Fourth and Fifth
wards ji. c. iiuiuiiiNfi.
FOR SALE One hundred acres of land near
Washington, In this county, at a great bar
gain. Terras reasonable. MC. HL'TCHINS.
FOR SALE Tho beautiful residence formerly
owned by Rev. Uearrtsley, Forest ave. Tho
lot is 99x150 feet; at a low price. M. C. HUTCH
INS. FOIl 8AL1-Tho modern built two-tory cot
tagoof Mr. Fred Williams, East Second street,
Sixth ward. This Is a gem. M.C. HUTCHINS.
70R SALE A handsome two-story
, N. SAPP, va W. Second st cot,
Two nood Milch Cows,
J? chas. e. McCarthy
at L. aud N. depo
570R SALE Good range "Grand Active:
1 asquaropiano. Apply at this ofllee.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF CITY BONDS,
IN OTICE is hereby given to holders of bonds
Nos. 15 to 70, Inclusive, of the city of Maysville,
known as tho Water bonds, duo August 1st,
1831, 1S92, 1M3, 1831, aud bearing interest at tho
rato of 0 per cent, per annum, that tho samo will
bo paid on August 1st, 1801, upon presentation
at tho Bank of Maysrille, Maysville, Ky. After
tho abovo dato interest on the ovcrduo bonds
mentioned will cease.
17-2Wd WILLIAM II. COX, .Mayor.
JL HAVE reuted tho Grain Housa lately occu
pied by S. A. Pipor and am prepared to buy grain.
Sacks furnished on application.
Maysville, July 11, 1801. lldwlta
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McClanahan & Shea.
MANTELS. ORATES. TINWARE. TIN.R00FIN0,
GUTTERING AND SPOUTING.
Job Work of All Kinds
Executed in the Best Manner.
Not by skimping yourself and family of the nec
essaries of life, but by buying where you get the
vwt (roods and the best goods for the least mouey.
dreds have taken udvautage of our specia'
cut-price offers to CASH
buyers, and thereby
saved a large per centagc of their bard earnlugs.
iou who nave not tak-en advantage oi tueso iid
oral offers, read the following list aud profit by
the experience of others :
1 pound Arbuckle's Coll'ee 21
1 wound Lcverine's Coffee 23
1 gallon best new crop Molac 43
1 gallon good new crop Molasses 29
1 enllnn best old crop Molasses 29
1 gallon best goldeu Syrup...
1 gallon best Honey Drip Syrup..
1 20-lb. bucket Homo-made Preset res SI SA
1 cau best Core Oysters S
1 can pest Cove Oysters, large size 15
1 can best Salmon, red meat 13
1 bar good family Soap 2
1 box 500 best Matches, 4
1 quart Navy Beans 6
1 quart Marrowfat Beans 7
1 quart Lima Beans 7
1 largo bottle best Catsup IS
1 pound best Macaroni G
Theso prices for cash only. All goods named In
former lists at same prices given, ii not reduced
Strawberry season is at hand. Remember my
house w ill be headquarters for Fruits and Vege
tables of all kinds.
H. B. LOITEL,
We greet you with our low prices, and cordially
invite you to visit our store and ilnd anything
your fancy may wish or mind dictate. Our stock
10c. packago Washing Compound 5o
12 bars Soap 25c
1 good Scrub Brush 5c
1 good water Bucket 10c
2 good Brooms 25o
3 cakes Scourcuc 10c
.1 cakcsSanolfo 25c
3 boxes Gelatine 25c
1 gallon N. O. Molasses 25o
1 pound Levering Coffvc 22c
1 bottlu Extract Vanilla 5c
1 bottle Extract Lemon 5c
100 large Pickles In brine 23o
3 tiounds Langdou's Ginger Snaps 25c
2 pounds Langdon's Molasses Cookies 25c
1 pound Langdou's Graham Crorkers 15c
1 pound Java Coffee Cakes 15o
1 pound Langdon's Vanilla Wafer Cakes 20c
Try our own strictly puro Baking Powder, only
20 cents per pound.
Wo mean business and stand ready to substan
tiate every word this space contains. The peo
CUMMINS & REDMOND,
Successors to Hill t Co.
FOR RENT To good paying tenant. James
Rico's property recently occupied by Pro
fessor Wilson Tho houso is in complcto repair.
M. O. HUTCHINS, agent.
I aOR RENT Store liouso and oilico on
,iOR RENT Store house and oillco on Sut-
T ton street. Address D.W. JANUARY, Fleni-
A nicely furnished room, suitable
r for a couplo of gentlemen.
.ppiy oi mis
FOR RENT Tho houso on south east corner
Front and Market, formorly occupied by
Karr & Co. and N. GollenstoiH. Apply to GAR
RETT S. WALL. 22dtf.
WANTED-A good white girl. Address at
once, MRS. BETTIE BYRNE, Ludlow and
Clifton avenue. Cliftou, Cincinnati, Ohio. 18-d3t
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