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Regular December Term Held .Monday-Reports
Wills Othar Matters.
The regular December term of tho Ma
eon County Court was held Monday,
Judgo Ilutcliins presiding.
Tho following reports of settlements
filed at November terra were ordered re
W. T. Browning, administrator of Frances
A. R. Burgess, guardian oi A. R. Burgess, Jr..
T. F. Gllmore, guardian of Georgo E. Collins.
George H. Martin, trustco of M. B. Easton.
F. E. Tollc, guardian of Etta B. and Dodle
An order was entered confirming the
sale of the real estate of T. L. Best
Tho will of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hill was
presented and admitted to record. Rob
ert B. Lovel, the executor named, qual
ified, without security as requested by
will. The executor is to assume entire
control of her estate, and attend to the
business of settling it up. M. C. RqsBell,
M. F. Barbour and R. K. Hoeflich were
appointed appraisers of tho estate of
Elizabeth A. Hill.
The will of Matilda J. Stockton was
presented and admitted to probate. She
bequeathed her estate to her five chil
dren, Mrs. Laura A. Robinson, Thomas
K. Stockton, Robert D. Stockton, William
K". Stockton and J. M. Stockton, to be di
vided equally. E. A. Robinson is named
The will of John C. Humphreys was
admitted to probate. It was executed
April 21, 1870, and he bequeathed his
estate to his wife Mary P. Humphreys.
The will of Catherine Harrison dated
June 1, 1893, was filed, and commission
was issued to take the deposition of at
testing witnesses who live in Chicago.
She bequeathed all her estate, consisting
of a house No. C02 East Sixth street,
Maysville, to her daughter, Mrs. Mary
Eliza Allen Bacon, of Chicago.
Mrs. Sallio McDonald Humphreys
qualified as administratrix of J. C.
Humphreys, with J. M. Mitchell and J.
E. Claybrooke as sureties. Appraisers :
John B. Holton, Thomas M. Forinan
aud John 0. Kirk.
A Splendid Record.
When Colonel Nicholas McDowell, who
has been Commissioner of Agriculture
under Governor Brown, vacates his office
for his Republican successor on January
6, ho will do something almost unpre
cedented in the history of office-holders-turn
over something like $15,000 of unex
pended appropriations which have been
made to his department from year to
year for the purchase of seed, the giving
of premiums, &c. The Colonel is rather
proud of this, especially when the
amount of work accomplished by his
office during tho past term is considered.
The Modern Mother
xias iounu mat ner nttie ones are im
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of tho laxa
tivo effect of a gentle remedy than by
any other, and that it is more acceptable
to them. Children enjoy it and it bene
fits them. The true remedy, Syrup of
Figs, is manufactured by tho California
Fig Syrup Co. only.
Off For Frankfort.
Nearly seventy-five Republicans left
hero this morning for Frankfort to attend
the inauguration of Governor Bradloy.
The Maysville Band accompanied the
party and will treat tho Frankfortonians
and the people en routo to some choice
New Goods For the Holidays.
P. J. Murphy is now showing more
pretty goods than was over shown here.
Never has his stock been as complete as
now. Goods that go to make suitable
presents for old, middle aged and the
young. Call ; you are welcome.
See "Tho Deestrick Skule" at tho
opera houso Wednesday evening, De
The Bee Hive! The Bee
. BLACK DRESS OOODS We offer, for this week only, 25 per cent, discount on all Black Dress Goods. This means
one-fourth off the price of every piece of black goods in the house and includes our famous Gold Medal and Priestley brands.
This is the greatest bargain ever offered you. Investigate it.
OWE MORE WEEK We will continue our great reduction sale one week longer. Every article in the house will be
sold at prices advertised last week, and many still greater reductions have been made. Twenty-five per cent, discount still
goes on all Cloaks and Furs. Remember this great sale will positively close next Saturday, the 14th inst. Send for new price
lists. Our great XMAS display now ready. Come before the best things are picked over.
Fibb Insurance. Duloy fe Baldwin.
Baujd hay and straw at Old Gold Mills. !
Choice Christinas candies at Arm
Cold Vichy and Blue 'Lick at Power's
Pie crust like mother used to make
rich, flaky, delicious. Calhoun's.
JohnBknnett was found guilty of petit
larceny Monday and sent to jail for thirty
Santa Claus will be open Monday,
December 9th ; new goods at J. T. Kack
ley & Co.'s.
The grand jury at Huntington has re
ported over 200 indictments against prize
fighters and liquor sellers.
Brst oil, coal and wood heaters, Moni
tor ranges and cook stoves made, and
lowest in price, for cash at W. F. Power's.
The wife of Mr. John Connelly, living
near German town, died Monday morning.
Tho funeral will occur to-morrow morn
ing, and the remains will be interred at
Walter Skinner, charged with having
burglars' tools in his possession, was
tried in tho Circuit Court and acquitted.
Tho case against his companion Shelby
Setters was continued.
Ballenqer's jewelry store is a most
interesting placo to one who cares for
rich and beautiful things. It's prolific
of suggestions as to gifts ; full of useful and
pretty ornaments and of needful things
for homo and table.
Mr. Rolla Owens had his left hand
painfully injured Monday afternoon
while at work at the Maysville Manufac
tory in the West End. lie was running
a band saw at the time, and a small piece
of wood struck him between the thumb
and first finger.
Mr. Charles Nicholson is one of the
Maysville Republicans in Frankfort to
day to witness the inaugurationjof Gov
ernor Bradley. They say CharlA was so
afraid of being left that he got up at 2
o'clock, and made five trips to the depot
before train time.
The firm of R.V. Dryden & Co., dealers
in.coal, lime and sand, has been dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. R. V. Dryden
retiring. The business will be continued
at old stand in tho Sixth ward byVerner
Drydeu & Co., who assume all debts and
will collect all accounts of the old fitm.
Our friends and customers who want
Christmas and holiday presents and wieh
to avoid the rush and crowd of our auc
tion sale, beginning December 14th, will
now be supplied at auction prices with
anything they want. This is a chance to
get what you want at your own price.
IIoitkr & Co.
Coming Monday evening, January 13th,
if 100 subscribers at 73 cents, reserved
seats, can be secured. Madame Bloom
field Zeisler, the "Sarah Bernhardt" at
the piano, an artist that can not bo
heard everyday. One of the most popu
lar pianists of the day, always fascinating
and bewildering by her dashing technie
and wonderful personal macnotisra.
Plays more like Reubinstein than any
other living being. Those who care to
subscribe to this concert will please send
their names to Miss Moore at Hayswood
Seminary at once.
Those who have used Dr. King'ssNew
Discovory know its value, and those who
have not, have now tho opportunity to
try it free. Call on tho ndvertised drug
gist and got a trial bottle, free. Send
your name and address tp H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as well as
a copy of Guido to Health and House
hold Instructor, free. All of which is
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing. J. James Wood's drug store.
ROSEIMAU BROS., KINGS OF
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.:.id everyone needs it at all times of Ui
) iar. Malaria Is always about, and Hi
on'y preventive and rJief is to keep t!-.
Llvciracti ::. You must Help the Liver at...
trid the best helper is the O'd Fi tend, sl.V.
MONJ LIVER REGULATOR, tlic RED Z
iMr. C. liinrod, of Lancaster, Ohio
5.VS! "Jl.V.MONS LIVER KEGUI.ATO
.'ro! a case of Malarial Fever of thre
years' st Hiding for mc, and less ih..:
Jtie Inli! did the business. 1 shall us--it
whn i.i need, and recommend it."
H ; .Mre fiat you net it. Always loclc for
t'u IviZD Z on the package. Anddon'i
;j:?t t'.i - word REGULATOR. It is SIM
AO.n'J LlVCR REGULATOR, and there is
r-'y on?, and every one who takes it is
s ire tn be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS
AM. IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for
Biliousness and Sick Headache ; both are
caused by a sluggish Liver.
J. H. SSeilln fc Co., PliiladcIphU.
MRS, ELEANOR BISHOP CASE.
Another of Maysville's Christian
Womon Galled to Her Reward
Mrs. Eleanor Bishop Case died this
inorniug at 4:20 o'clock at her home on
Sutton street, of general debility. She
had been failing for six months and for
ten weeks had been unable to leave her
Deceased was born at Snow Hill, Md.,
in 1814, and was a daughter of William
Bishop. In 1821 tho family came to
Maysville, and tho rest of her life was
spent in this city. Her father was Jailer
of Mason County at one time. On Janu
ary 28, 1S3G, she was united in niunuige
Henry Case, and of the children born to
them four survive, Mrs. Rebecca Hamil
ton, Miss Hattio Case and Mr. William
Case, of this city, and Mr. John Case, of
St. Louis. Her husband bus been dead
Mrs. Case had been a life-long member
of the M. E. Church. Tho funeral will
occur Thursday afternoon at the resi
dence and will be conducted by Rev.
E. L. Shepard.
Presents will be more appreciated if use
ful. Handsome combs, brushes, pocket
books, card cases, perfumes, cut glass,
bottles and other useful articles I have in
stock. Call and examine before buying.
Titos. J. Chenoweth, Druggist.
The railroad debt of Allen County is
The friends of Miss Atta Dressel
regret to learn she is no better.
25 per cent, discount on all black dress
goods and cloaks at the Bee Hive.
The Beo Hive makes a great offer when
they say 23 per cent, discount on all
black dress goods, and their great re
duction sale for one week longer.
General and Nervous Debility.
"Weakness of Body and
Mind, Effects of Errors
or Excesses In Old or
Young. Robust, Noblo
Manhood fully Restored.
How to Enlarge and
Strengthen Weak, Un
developed Portions of
jjoay. Ausoinieiy un
failing Ilomo Treatment.
Benefits in a day.
tv from 60 states and Foreign
Countries. Bend for Descrlptlvo Book, ex
planation and proofs, mulled (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
rzxt'. rj'-nLMzMKjmrtfar. t.'..i
8000 FOR EVERYBODY
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Remember thesn prieeH ure for Monday and Tuesday only, De
cember 9th and 10th.
Ton patterns of Xovclty Drcps
goods at 75 cents per yard, liavo
lM'eii $1 and $1.25.
Five patterns all Wool Dress
Goods, fifty-four Inches wide, at
50 cental have been sold at 75c.
Plain All Wool Dross Goods in
Blacks and colors, for this sale at
Extra Special. Our line of All
wide, at 25 cents
rowning & Co.
51 WEST SECOND STREET.
Don't talk advance on Shoes, but attend the
great Boot and Shoe sale at the Progress Shoe
Store for this week.
$4 OO Calf Hoot $3 00
3 00 Calf Boot 2 25
2 50 Kip Boot 1 OS
2 00 Kip Boot 1 50
3 50 itien's Calf Shoe,
cap and pi. toe, lace and
Con 2 OS
3 00 Ulen's Calf Shoes,
late style 2 27
2 50 Men's Satin Calf
Shoe, all styles 1 OS
These are Fall and
our factories, and every
examine before buying.
PROGRESS SHOE STORE
MINER'S OLD STAND.
BREAD that is right?
ROLLS that are light ?
CAKES out of sight?
PIES just right?
Known the world over ns the richest
and choicest of ceramic productions.
Thin, light, white absolutely free
from cruzlng. It complements the
thing, on the table, pays Its silent
tribute to the good taste of the hostess.
C. D. RUSSELL Sl CO.,
Augusta Chronicle: "Bivian Bniley
and family, becoming tired of the quie
tude of our town, have gone to Maysville
to live. Farewell, Bivian! May your
long, lank and lean shadow never grow
.$3 50 Ladles' Kid Boots,
late style 2 98
hand sewed 2 48
2 50 Ladies' Dong. But.,
all sizes and style 2 00
all sizes 1 73
2 00 Misscs'S.H.Kid But. I 49
1 25 Misses' Kid Button,
Opera tip OS
Winter goods, fresh from
pair warranted. Call and
Yours, all ready to serve,
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Traxei Has TfoemT
Wo have just received a largo Invoice
of tho newest and prettiest designs,
direct from tho Limoges factory. We
should be pleased to have you call
and examine this elegant ware. Walk
in and look around.
A. 0. U. W.
Regular meeting to-night at hall on
Sutton street, at 7:30. A full attendance
is desired, as business of importance will
bo transacted. R. II. Wallace, M. W.