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DAILV. KXCKPT SUNDAY.
uosseii & McCarthy,
VK1)M'I)AY, MY 1, 1S95.
Kiiii , cooliT vonthur in eastern
IMirliuit ; 'i-tTiy winds.
Says the Louisville Post: "To-day
corn is Iiujium than it was in 187.1. Will
rumi' of the kimlurjMrtt'ii pupils of 'Coin'
explain this in the f.u-e of the fact that
ii ! , ..rtl.MiAnia?"
rxvattf till oionrrurrency ihu unuKuiuuMiai
That's rijxht, let's hear from 'em. Ihey
claim depreciation ot silver has brought
down the price of wheat and other grain.
At Pittsburg, freight and passenger
tratliu U better this year than for several
years, and bo.itmon are correspondingly
gratified, says a special.
Due up to-night : Stanley for Char
leiton and St. Lawrence for Pomeroy.
Down: Ruth and Keystone State this
evening, and Telegraph to-night.
Enquirer: "There is a very peculiar
condition of affairs ou all the Western
and Southern rivers. It is now May.
All the Northern lakes and rivers, not
withstanding the length and severity of
the past winter and thick ice, are broken
up, and navigation everywhere in the
far North, with all the snow that melts
in spring and sends a flood of cold water
to the gulf gone. There is now nothing
to hope for in the way ot water till the
middle of June, and at the rate the
rivers are now going down it will be at
rock bottom, and at the bottom of the
rocks, too, by that time. Wo are a
whole flood short already for 1895."
Sixty Men Fined.
The Mt. Vernon Eagle tells the fol
lowing s;ood one on some of the boys
down in that section: "Out in Laurel
County a horse was put up to be shot
for, to be "rattled off" as it is usually
called. The horse was put up at $60 and
sixty men had a shot each ; the best shot
on mo target was to take the horse. A
young man named Jones had made the
board, charging fifty cents and agreeing
to pay the other fifty cents before shoot
ing. This he failed to do but the man
he got to ahoot for him won the horse.
But when he started to take the horse
to Jones the others took the horse
away from him because Jones hadn't
paid the fifty cents. The shooting was
done over and a colored man got the
horse. Jones sued out a writ for the
possession of the horse and it was ad
judged to be his property. But it didn't
stop there. Judge Brown had the whole
sixty men arrested for gambling and
fined them $20 each."
Birthday Party To-Night.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
Church will give a birthday party to
night in the chapel, to which the public
are cordially invited. The admission
will be a penny for each year of your
.age. This entitles one to refreshments.
The main room of the uhuioh will be
open for all, free, and if refreshments are
-wanted can bo had for 15 cents.
The Central For Sale.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mr. I. N. Foster elsewhere in
this issue. He offers the popular Central
Hotel for sale on very favorable terms.
With every purchase of over $1.50 worth
of wall paper we will give a pair of shoes.
Come quick. J. T. Kackley & Co.
A Oovingtonian Weds One of Masons
County's Fair Daughters Tues
day at Noon.
Tho marriage of Miss Minnie Boyd, of
Minerva, and Mr. Edgar B. Dobyns, of
Covington, was solemnized Tuesday at
high noon at tho homo of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Boyd.
Tho bride is a most charming woman,
one of Mason's fairest daughters, and tho
groom is certainly to be congratulated.
Tho groom is a son of Mr. Sain Dob
yns, of Covington, and has holda respon
sible position in the ofiico of one of tho
railways at that place.
Tho newly wedded were passengers on
tho F. F. V. yesterday afternoon for Cov
ington where a reception was given in
their honor last evening by tho groom's
The Peoplo's Building Association has
2,175 shares of stock running at tho com
mencement of its new year to-day, and
.'500 shares of its now series of stock
beginning next Saturday have already
Artcii D. Brown, son and Private Secre
tary of Governor Brown, was shot and
killed at Louisville yesterday by Fulton
Gordon Brown and Gordon's wifo were
in a house of ill-famo at tho time.
Oordon also killed hia wife.
This Popular Building Association
Makes a Splendid Showing '
For Past Year.
Secretary Balcwin's Annual State
ment of Receipts and Expendi
tures The Dividend.
Secretary Baldwin, of the People's
Building Association, favors the Bullk
tin with his annual statement showing
tho condition of the association as it en
ters upon its fifth year, as follows:
Maysville, Kv May 1st, 1895.
To the ojjiecn and member of the People') Build
ing AnDelation Gentlemen : Below is mj report for
year ending April SOth. 1S93:
Weekly dues 523,857 50
Monthly dues l,aS5 20
Fines 331 50
Interest 3,770 57
Transfers 48 00
Initiation 009 shares GO I 50
Attorney fees 223 00
Itonus cancelling stock 85 00
Mortgages canceled 17,4' 0 00
Stock loans canceled 0,7n7 00
Insurance 10 00
lillls payable 0,235 00-503,120 27
Loans on mortgages 28,003 00
Loans on stock 7.G00 00
Paid for COG shares canceled.. 17,520 00
Paid Attorney 223 O)
Paid Insurance 5 00
Paid dividend, No. 3 3,911 00
Paid salaries, expenses, etc... 827 05
Duo Treasurer as per report
May 1, 1891 0,335 03
Cash In hands of Treasurer... 300 17563,120 27
The association has loaned:
On mortgages 72,450 00
On stock 7,870 00
Making total loans 530,320 00
Statement of Shares.
No. shares in first scries, May 1, 189).... 771
No. canceled during year. 229 542
No. shares in second series May 1, 1891. ..1,013
No. canceled during year 323 715
No. shares In third series May 1, 1S91 39S
No. canceled during year S3 313
No. shares issued in fourth series May 1,
No. canceled during year 4 605
Total No. shares in the association... 2,175
Each sharo of stock bo.s paid in as follows :
First series..... 852 25
Second series 39 00
Second series, January, 1893. issue.... 30 25
Second scries, February, 1893, Issue. 29 25
Second series, March, 1893, issue..-.. 28 25
Second seiies, April, 1893, issue 27 25
Third series 26 00
Third series, June, 1893, issue 25 00
Third series, July, 189.1, issue 24 00
Third series, August, 1893, issue 22 75
i Third series, September, 1893, Issue.. 21 75
Third series, December, 1893, Issue.. 18 50
Fourth series 13 00
Tho association has earned enough during tho
year to pay C per cent, dividend and return tho
monthly dues, viz:
542 shares 1st scries at S3 55 81,924 10
484 shares 2nd series fet 2 70 1,306 80
42 shares 2nd series, January... 2 05 86 10
77 shares 2nd series, February. 2 00 151 00
83 shares 2nd series, March 1 95 161 85
29 shares 2nd scries, April 1 90 55 10
250 shares 3d scries 1 85 462 50
17 shares 3d series, June 1 80 30 60
23 shares 3d scries, July 1 75 40 20
8 shares 3d series, August 1 70 13 60
0 shares 3d series, September, 1 65 9 90
9 shares 3d series, December.. 1 60 4 40
603 shares 4th series 1 05 635 25
2175 shares $1,891 40
Roueut L. Baldwin, Secretary.
Miss Retta Squires is visiting in Cin
cinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Poyntz arrived
home on the F. F. V. last night.
Miss Alice Dorsey has been visiting
Mrs. Fannie Dorsey, of Fleming.
Mrs. W. H. Binzel and son have re
turned from a visit at Lebanon Junction.
Judge Hutchins went to Cincinnati
this morning to attend tho annual meet
ing of the Loyal Legion.
Miss Mollio K. Boyd is at home after
attending tho marriage of Miss Minnie
Boyd at Minerva Tuesday.
Mrs. G. S. Wall and daughter Miss
Etheleno arrived home last night after
spending several days with relatives in
Mrs. W. D. Cochran spent yesterday
with her mother Mrs. Welsh, of Dan
ville, in Cincinnati and returned homo
Mrs. Jack Parish and son D wight, of
Carlisle, returned home yesterday after
spending a week or so with her sister,
Mrs. J. A. L. Wilson.
Cincinnati Enquirer : " Mrs. J. F.
Perrie, Mrs. J. T. Wilson and Miss M.
Scott, prominent in the society of Mays
ville, are at tho St. Nicholas."
Mr. R. B. Griffith and wife left for
their home in Indianapolis yesterday,
Mr. Griffith having recovered sufficiently
from the effects of the fall Saturday to bo
able to make tho journey. They wero
accompanied by Miss Mary Foelin, of
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When sho was a Child, she- cried for Castoria.
'When she becamo Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Thomas Maloue qualified as adminis
trate) of Morris Malono with Ellen
Malono as surety.
Census reports of school districts No.
28 and 38 wero filed.
Accident ins. tickets. W. E. Warder.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting tho world's best products to
the ueeu3 of physical being, will attest
tho value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with tho approval of the medial
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Svrup of Fig3 is for sale by all drug
gist's in 50c andSl bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. onlv, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Items Picked TJp by the Bulletin's Cor
respondents in Mason and
Hubert Pepper Is In the city this week selling
Maurice Browning and bride hare taken rooms
at Dr. J. C. Browning's.
Elder Polsgrore, of Frankfort, will preach at
tho Christian Church on next Sunday morning
There Is great complaint among the farmers
that the army worm is eating the tobacco plants.
There are myriads of them.
Miss Ida Mayhugh having finished her term of
school left for home on Saturday, bearing with
her tho best wishes of our people.
Turner Mannen and a colored boy started for
Galena, Kansas, on Tuesday morning in charge
of the stock and household goods of his father.
He will take three fine combined driving horses
for Dr. II. B. 8avage. Mrs. Mannen and daughter
May will start on Thursday. There is universal
sorrow in our community over tho departure of
this farflly. They leave a vacancy that cannot
bo filled. We all wish them happiness and suc
cess In their western home.
Undo Silas on Spring.
I never read sprlnglpoems;
Whenjther frost begins tu break
I gits my almanac ter see
What medicine ter take.
It's Chenoweth's Sarsaparilla.
Danville's water works are about com
pleted. For an easy shave aud a nobby hair
cut give me a call.
J. Hasson, Second street.
L, J. Crawford, of Newport, and John
F. Follett, of Cincinnati, only want a fee
of $30,000 for their services in settling up
the Taylor estate at tho former place.
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Where one's eyes are concerned, delay
is not to be thought of. Ballenger, the
jeweler, makes examinations free, and
supplies any glass required. See adver
tisement, and if you are in need of glasseB
Try P. J. Murphy, the jeweler, when
you need glasses. With his new system
of fitting the eyes he does not tire the
eyes alike other systems. Ilia glasses
are guaranteed to suit or money refunded.
No charge for examination.
A merry crowd assembledjat the homo
of Mr. Joseph Dodson last Monday even
ing to hear Mr. H. Boedtler render some
of his wonderful musical selections. His
imitation of a full band on tho bango
was superb, and his vocal selections wero
heartily encored. Mr. Boedtler was
for ton years under Sousa and is now the
guest of relatives in this city. Those
fortunate enough to be present wore
Mrs. Bramel, Mrs. R. P. Jenkins, 'Mrs.
T. II. Wood, Miss Worraald, Miss Sadler,
Miss Mary Cox, Miss jDalhoun, Miss Bal
longer, Miss Bramel and Btho Misses
Perry, Messrs. Bierbowor, Mcllvain,
Bramel, Nolin, Dodson, Wadsworth and
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
liouiiuy nnu iui me uuiu
or ovus irom cany orrora or
later cs.couse3. the results of
ovorworK, tsicKneis. worry,
CiC. J-'UU Biruiium, uuvui
onirw.iit fiwl iniwt plvmi in
ioveiy organ nnd portion
of the body. Slmplc(nat.
ural ntothodH. lmmedi.
fito Improvement seen.
Falluro impossible. 2,000 references. Book,
explanation and proofs mailed (eealed) free.
I ERIE MEDICAL GO,, Buffalo, N.Y.
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D. HUNT & SON.
Can you see our handsome Spring Suitings Trimmings and
not say the concentration of prettiness and price has been at
tained ? These goods were bought for your gown, not our shelf.
We must transfer them from our counter to your wardrobe at
any sacrifice, and to induce your fulfillment of our wish we offer
the following :
Homespun Cheviots, noted for excel
lent wear, 37c.
Scotch Tweeds in Checks, Stripes and
Heather mixtures, very stylish, 49c.
Dresden, the newest for gowns and
hate, 15 to 50c.
Lacene, very stylish, for yokes. 15c.
Satins in all widths and shades to trim
your new silk waist, 5 to 45c.
Van Dyke points, cut jet, very new and
Collar and waist points, very popular
for the prevailing blouse effects.
F. B. HANSON & CO,
IN EACH DEPARTMENT,
For One Week Only and For Cash Only!
Wool Dress Goods $5 buys our $7 to $8 pat-
terns, eight yards, new and handsome goods ; $7.50
buys our S9 to $11 patterns, exclusive novelties. Silk
and Wool; 90c. buys the regular S1.25 quality Satin
Bhadanias, just the thing for skirts; 50c. a yard buys
Silks worth 75c. Handsomest line of Jots in the city
Shirts and Waists Men's Pique front Shirts,
47c, worth 75c; Boys' Shirt Waists, 19c. buys 25c
quality, 25c. buys 35c. and 39c. buys 50c. quality
Carpets All Wool Carpets 40 cents the lowest
prices ever known ; 45c cents for Tapestry Brussels
Yours for Bargains,
PAUL H0EFLICH & BR0.,
211 AND 213 MARKET.
MYALL& COUGH UN,
Office Adjoining Washington Opera House,
Mr. J. F. FITZIIUGH, formerly of Virginia, but late of
Indianapolis, who is thoroughly experienced in all the branches cf
the business, will have full charge hereafter. Open day and night.
SMELLS GOOD, TASTES GOOD, DOES GOOD-Every Time.
sold Everywhere at zee ana
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HERB MEDICINE CO.
Vigaroux and illuminated effects, ex
tremely chic, 75c.
French and German Novelties, latest
importations, sold in patterns no two
alike, S3.50 to $7.50.
Challies to rival May blossoms and de
fy Sol's worst, 39 to 75c.
Arbesque and Marie Antoinette garni
tures, blouse and yoke effect, Paris nov
elty. Louis XVI Collars, an adornment for
either silk or wool gowns.
Edgings for every purse and taste.
m Spangled nets and laces in choice de
signs. Handsome buttons for tho popular box
THE INSTANT RELIEF YOU OCT FROM
CURES Colic. Cramps, Diarrhoea, Flux. Cholera
Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Water, etc.
H EALS Cuts. Burns, Druises. Scratches, Sites of
Animals, Serpents, Dugs, etc
B R E AKS U P Bad Colds, La Grippe, Influema,
Croup, Sore Throat, etc.
ouc rer uowo. no Heller, No Pay.
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