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Boys' and Youths' $1.25 Tan Shoes at Barkley's For 75c. Sgch a Reduction is Unheard of, and Will Not Be Known Again.
THE EVENING BULLETIN EXCURSION
Trains Lcavo tho C. and O. de
pot via tho scenic and grandly
picturesque C. and O. Railway.
Spend a day in the caves.
THE SHAMS. WON.
But the Regulars Gave Them a Hard
Tussle in Tuesday's Game,
It Was Close and Exciting From Be
ginning to Finish. The Score
Ten to Eight.
When tho Regulars arranged for a
game with the Shamrocks, Cincinnati's
crack amateur team, they expected to
play tho Shamrocks.
When they faced tho visitors Tuesday
afternoon, however, they found them
selves pitted against a team composed of
four of the Shamrock's men and Ave
crack players from other clubs. John
son, the Captain and crack pitcher of the
Cornell University team, yas in tho left
field, Montfort, Centre College's brag
first baseman, played that position for
tho Shamrocks, and there were two men
from tho Atlanta team, late of tho South
But tho Regulars gave tho visitors a
hard tussle all the same, losing tho game
by only two runs. Their base running,
and fielding, however, wore not what it
oueht to have been. Brunner, who
played left field, hurt himself in tho fifth
inning, at a critical stage of tho game,
while running a base, and had it not
been for this accident, tho homo boys
would no doubt have made a better
The Shamrocks came hero with the
expectation of having a walk-over, but
the game had not progressed very far be
fore they found they had made a great big
mistake. They had an up-hill fight all
Stephens was in the box for tho visitors
and was hit hard. Many a hit was made
by the locals that looked safe but by tho
sharp fielding was pulled down. Wolner
twirled for Maysvillo and at critical times
did good work. Ho struck out eight men,
while Stephens struck out but one. Fol
lowing is a summary of tho game :
a. d. it. 1 n. r.o.
Frank, 2 b 1
llnmer. 1. f 5 0
Cox, lb 5 1
NIC, C. 5 1
Sparks, r. I r 2
Rogers, c. I 5 0
Wadsworth, 3 b 5 0
mil, s. s 3 3
,.41 8 10 20 7
A. B. It. 1 II. P.O. A.
Wettner, s. s 3 1 ?
Johnson, l.f... i 12 10
Monfort, 1 b 5 0 1 14 0
Stearns, c 5 2 2 2 0
Lucky, c.f. 5 3 3 11
Carrel r. f 5 13 4 2
Hosca,2b. 5 110 4
Dcisel, 3 b. 4 0 0 11
Stephens, p 4 13 12
.40 10 10 27 15 6
Carrel out for interfering with Kill.
Innings 1 2845 0789
Shamrocks JO 0 12 0 4 2 0 1-10
Maysvillo .0 0 2 10 10 2 2-8
Earned runs. Mavsvlllo 5. Shamrocks 5. Two
base hits, Cox, NIo, Wadsworth, Hill 2, Johnsou,
Monfort, Stearns. Bases stolen, Frank, Cox 4,
Bruner, NIo, Wottner, Stearns, Carrol. Double
plays, Wellncr to Cox, Frank to Hill. Bases on
balls, off Wellncr 2. Stephens 1. Wild pitches,
Wollner. Passed balls, NIo 2. Left on bases,
Maysvillo 8, Shamrocks 7. Struck out, by Well
nor 8, 8tophens 1. Timo of gamo, 2:30. Umpire,
The Victors of Ironton will probaby
be horo next Friday and Saturday, for
Hill, Cox and Wadsworth had on thoir
.batting costumes Tuesday, and Cox
caught tho crowd by his baso running.
A rough play made by tho Shamrocks'
catcher in tho fifth inning camo near
causing a big row. Wadsworth was try
ing to reach home. Tho ball was fielded
to tho catcher who got it just in timo.
Ho struck Wadsworth viciously. Tho
latter in his ancor over tho blow made
for Stearns. A big strapping fellow who
was with tho Shamrocks, but who aid
not belong to tho team, ran at Wads
worth, and tho noxt instant all was con
fusion and excitement. Wadsworth's
friends swarmed about tho trio and
thoro was a rush from tho grand stand.
Grand scenery eh route, and first-class Coaches to
day and date. Tickets now on sale
Fortunately some of tho cooler-heads
soon restored order. Stearns afterwards
apologized for his actions, and the game
ended with everybody in a good humor.
The Shamrocks greatly regretted the
Bass Ale at tho Palace.
Feesh Blue Lick at Calhoun's.
Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt.
See P. S. Kempek fire, life and tor
"Old Gold" flour at M. C. Russell &
Son's only $3.25 per barrel.
The Weekly Bulletin 1.50 a year.
Evening Bulletin S3 a year. Subscribe
The postoffice at Gorta, a few miles
back of Aberdeen, has been discontinued.
Down at Middlesborough they are rais
ing fine corn on land which sold a few
years ago for $330 a front foot.
The Democratic primaries in Owens
boro Congressional district resulted in a
victory for Dr. John D. Clardy.
Ex-Sheriff Perry Jefferson sold four
hogsheads of tobacco at Cincinnati a few
days ago at an average of $19.20 a hun
dred. Mr. Louis Poth had one of his arms
caught in a machine at the Maysvillo
Brick Company's yards Tuesday morning
and received painful injuries.
Invest in the Covenant Building and
Loan Association. For particulars, see
Samuel Hickman, Secretary and Treas
urer, or H. M. Bullock, General Agent.
Adout 300 cattle from Warren County
were shipped east a few days ago over the
C. and O. Their total weight was 435,000
pounds, and they brought about $17,000.
Call at Ballengor's and see tho fine
silver water sets ho is displaying. And
when you want anything in tho jewelry
line, remember his stock is complete and
embraces the very latest novelties.
Joe Grimes, an ex-Maysvillian, now
tips tho beam at 485 pounds; He lives
at Newport when at home, which is not
often, as he has been traveling over tho
country with some of tho big shows.
Some of the Maysvillo people who
attended the Breckinridge barbecue near
Millersburg Saturday estimate the crowd
at between 8,000 and 10,000. They say
the "silver-tongued orator" received a
tremendous ovation. Dispatches sent
out from Paris place tho crowd at 2,500.
A mule belonging to Mr. Wm. Wor
mald died several .days ago on tho hill
side west of Short street and cause a ter
rible stench in the neighborhood before
the carcass waa discovered. A fire was
built last night and the carcass burned,
much to the relief of persons in tho
Govereor Brown has appointed Hon.
Isaac M. Quigloy, of Paducah, a Judge of
tho Court of Appeals, to succeed tho late
Chief Justice Bennett. Mr. Quigley will
bo tho youngest Judge upon tho Appel
late bench, he being yet upon tho sunny
side of forty. Ho has served two terms
as Representative from McCrackon
TnE remains of tho late Frank Means
will arrive horo this afternoon or this
ovoning, and tho funeral will occur to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho
Christian Church, services by Rev. E. B.
Cake. Tho deceased will bo interred
with tho honors of the order of tho
Knights of Pythias, Limestone Lodge
having charge of tho services.
Lovel, tho leading grocor, announces
that ho will continue his popular system
of special cut prices to cash buyers. En
couraged by his big sales tho past season,
ho has closed contracts for an immonso
stock of canned goods and fancy grocer
ies. Thoso goods woro bought at ox
tromely low figures and will bo sold at
low figures. It will bo to your interest
to go to Lovol when you want groceries.
(THE PLACE OF CAVES)
For Oligo-Nunk, the Wonderful Cav
erns in Carter County.
The Noxt Grand Excursion Will Be
Run Sunday Fare Only $1.50
The C. and O.'s next grand excursion
to Oligo-Nunk, (the place of caves), will
be run next Sunday under the auspices
of the Evening Bulletin. The train will
leave Maysville at 8 a. in. and arrive at
Oliogo-Nunk at 10:30 a. in. Returning
tho train will leavo the caves at 7:30 p. in.
Only, 1.50 for the round trip, which in
cludes admission to the caves and pay of
These lately discovered and wonder
ful caverns are situated in the heart of
tho Honeycomb Mountains, Carter
County, containing countless chambers,
grand domes and a myriad of avenues.
Some of the manv notable features of
these caverns, which consist of four dis
tinct caves, are "The Counterfeiters'
Den," "The Ship Yard," "Pluto's Bath
Tub," "The Vineyard," "The Secret
Chamber," "Lover's Retreat," "Fat Man's
Misery," "Tho Four-Story Canyon,',
"Kelly's Slide," "The Joss House," "The
Canyon," "Fishing Worm's Race Track,"
and countless other wonderful forma
tions are to be seen in tho very bowels of
Thousands of years have elapsed in the
formation of a single stalactite in which
these caverns abound, making this a
sight of a life time.
Cliffs over 1,000 feet high, overlooking
nature's wonderful panorama. Beauti
ful groves containing an immense pavil
ion for dancing, first-class restaurant
with unequaled service, and every facilty
looking toward the comfort of guests can
be found on the grounds, thus assuring a
pleasant day's outing.
A well trained corps of guides will be
in attendance, and will conduct you safe
ly through all portions of tho caves,
showing you all tho wonders and points
of interest, without extra charge.
Dont miss it.
Tickets now on sale at Nelson's hat
Car Inspector Searles, of the C. and
O., while inspecting a car at Covington
Sunday afternoon, was struck on the head
by a passing locomotive, receiving a ter
rible gash across the forehead and being
knocked down. Ho is in a dangerous
condition, his skull having been fractur
ed. Professor and Mrs. Kay, of Tolles
boro, were successful applicants for cer
tificates at tho August examination in
this city. Mrs. Kay received a general
averago of eighty-two, while the Pro
fessor is never satisfied with anything
but first-class. They will teach at Orange-
Miss Mary W. Bruce, now at homo at
Vanceburg on a visit from her missionary
work of years in South America, will
deliver an address on missions at Rector
ville noxt Friday night, at Mt. Carmel
next Sunday at 11 a. m., at Orangeburg
Sunday at 3 p. m,, and at Olivet Church
To reduce my large stock of belt
buckles I have made a great reduction in
prices $3 reduced to $2, $4 bolts to $3,
$5 to $3.50. Tho handsomest lino of ieal
tortoiso shell combs over seen hero.
Real tortoiso shell side combs only GO
cents. Call and see them.
P. J. Murphy.
Tho Emma Warren Company.
Tho Emma Warren Theatro Company,
with their fine band and orchestra, will
commence a week's engagement at
Washington Opera House next Monday
night. Their orchestra is tho finest they
havo ever had. Tho prices aro only 10,
20 and 30 cents. Ladies' tickets aro
being distributed. The sale opens at
Nelson's Saturday morning next.
ride in. Don't forget the
Our first invoice of FALL DRESS
GOODS is now in stock. It em
braces some entirely new things in
Covert Cloths, Serges and Novel
ties; also a full line of Black Wool
and Silk and Wool Dress Goods
for early Fall.
Fifty Pieces Satteen, in New Dark Styles, at 8 Cents,
Usual Price 12 Cents.
rowning & Co.,
51 WEST SECOND ST.
Judge Colo went to Concord and
Vanceburg on legal business.
Mr. A. J. Nesbitt, of Owingsville, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Sam M. Hall.
Mrs. Sweet-- and little Miss Florence
Lane, of Sixth street, are visiting at
Mr. F. S. Andrews, of St. Louis, ar
rived Tuesday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Russell.
Mrs. E. H. Nesbitt and son left this
morning to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Strode
Mr. Charles W. Lurtey came down
from Lexington Tuesday to attend the
funeral of his sister, Mrs. F. F. Gerbrich.
Mrs. Albert Shanklin and Mrs. M. A.
Jefferson, of Mayslick, wero guests of
Mrs. M. J. Caldwell, of Millersburg, last
Miss Lillie Riggs, of Aberdeen, and
little May King havo returned after n
visit to her aunt, Mrs. Sam J. Smith, of
West Third street.
Mrs. Sallie Thornley left to-day for
Denton, Texas, whore she will have
charge of the Music Department of North
Texas Normal College.
Mrs. Ed. Leonard, of East Fourth
street, arrived home last night after an
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RANS0N & CO.'S
AND ONE PRICE
Boot and Shoe House.!
"Will open soon at No. 35 West Second 5
street, Coopor's Building. Best selected
stock of Fdotwcar over brought to Mays- 5
villo. Wait for them and got 5
Best Values, 1
Lowest Prices. 2
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Go prepared to Lave a jolly time.
Enjoy the cool mountain air, and
see tho perfect Horseshoe Curve.
Take a ride on a fast train.
extended visit to relatives in Chicago.
On her way home she visited her sister
Mrs. Mary Hickoy, of Florence, Ky.
Rev. Whitty Waldrop, of Kirksville,
Madison County, spent from Friday until
Saturday with tho family of Mr. A. Bur
goyno, of Washington. He is a general
favorite in that village, and will always
receive a warm welcome,
Mr. John J. Brosee, Clerk at tho
Central Hotel, left last night for Hot
Springs, Va., where he goes to be treated
for rheumatism. Ho has been a sufferer
for a long while and his many ifriends
hopo when he returns that hei'will be
restored to health.
Tho Modern Mother.
Has found that her little ones are im
proved more by tho pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of the lax
ative effect of a gentle remedy, than by
any other, and that it is more acceptable
to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits
them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs,
is manufactured by the California Fig
Syrup Co. only.
The examining trial of Charles Fields,
colored, before 'Squiro Grant Tuesday, re
sulted in his being held to answer tho
charge of petit larceny. His bond was
fixed at $100.