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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OF DAILY.
One mouth 25
Sis mouths $1 &0
Three mouths 75
Que year 83 00
TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1800.
rarity cloudy weather, with conditions fav
orable for local thunderstorms; light to J rah
Sun ric 4:lj
Sun set 7:0
Moon Hmj 4:10
Day of year 1SI
The Portsmouth Blade is still roasting
Ohio's late Republican Legislature. It
There is not a Republican paper in the
.State with the courage of its convictions
that has not expressed disgust with the
chine, called a legislature, that has just
adjourned. Some of them don't have the
courage to call by name the politicians
who pulled the'stfing that put the jump-ing-jacks
in motion, but he who reacla
between the lines may have no dilliculty
in understanding whom is meant. There
are n few cur papers, obsequious, crawl
ing, lick-spittle fellows, of course, that in
dorse the Legislature. No matter what
crime against the people, so it be com'
mitted in the name of politics, such crea
tures will commend.
Sherley for Fomeroy and Virginia for
Tittsburgup to-night,and Bonanzadown.
The big towboat Harry Brown was
completely wrecked nearVicksburg Sun
day night by the explosion of her boilers.
Maysville people never tire of looking
at the elegant Virginia. Several hun
dred visited her last evening, and a
party went down from here until they
met the Stanley, returning on the latter
Mr. Jos. II. Walungford, who has
been ill some time, was ablelto be out
Perkins Kay, aged four years, came
near dislocating his shoulder last Friday
while playing. Dr. Yazell was called and
the little fellow is now better.
In the Police Court Monday Andrew
Thomas, Dexter Dryden, George Hill,
Charles Deatley and Charles Austin were
each fined SI and costs for a breach of
the peace. Lemuel Hildebrand was ac
Dr. T. X. White, of New York, a
member of the American Medical Asso
ciation, and editor of one of the leading
medical journals, was registered at the
Central Hotel Monday. lie had heard
of the birth of the quintuplets near May
field, Ky., week before last, and was en
route to investigate the case. His tele
gram of instructions had gotten Mays
ville as the home of the youngsters'
parents, instead of Mayfield, and the
Doctor didn't find out the mistake uutil
he reached here.
Would give us perfect hcaltli. Ilccaute men mid
women tire not perfectly wl-e, they must take
medicines to keep them perfectly healthy. I'ure,
rich blood Is thy basl of jjood health. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the One True Wood I'uriller. ft
gives good health became It buIUU upon the
true foundation pure blood.
Hood's I'Jlls ore purely vegetable, perfectly
harmless, always reliable and beneficial.
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On SATURDAY, MAY 9th, We Begin a Cut-Price Sale
ON ALL SHOES IN OUR HOUSE. LOOK, AND YOU WILL NOT BE
DISAPPOINTED. EVERY PAIR OF SHOES WILL BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES.
We Mention Only a Few of the Rare Bargains s
One thousand pairs Women's Dongola Button Shoes, made to sell from
$2 to $5 per pair, sizes I to 3, in this sale $1, $1.25 and $1.50.
Five hundred pairs Women's Dongola Oxfords, sizes I to 3, made to sell
for $1.25 .to $3, in this sale 50, 75, $1 and $1.25.
Three hundred pairs Men's High-grade Shoes, all sizes, made to sell for
$2.50 to $6, in this sale $1.50 to $3.50.
Fifty pairs Women's Tan Polish, sizes I to 3, made to sell for $3.50, in
this sale $1.25. '
A good line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Tan Shoes at prices that will
PERSONS OWING ACCOUNTS.-I must insist on them being paid, as
longer indulgence will not be given.
"W- "W BuHilli, u&.ssig:n.ee of
H. C. BARKLEY & CO.
Annua! Report of This Building Asso
ciation An Excellent
Secretary Baldwin's Statement of Re
ceipts and Expenditures the
M.vvsnn.E, Kv May 12th, 1S9G.
To the eijfleen and tnanbtrs of Ua People's Valid
ity Attociation Gentlemen : Below Is my report for
year ending April SO :
Cash on hand May 1st, 1M3...S S00 17
Weekly dues- 00,073 73
Monthly dues l.j-JS 03
Fines 231 a
Interest 1,179 41
Transfers 22 50
Initiation CU shares II 50
Attorney fees 322 00
llonus cancelling stock 50 00
Mortgages canceled 18.GC0 00
Stock loans canceled C.CA3 00
Insurance 21 00
Hills payable 23,200 00-35,003 13
Loans on mortgages S23.403 00
Loans on stock 7,833 00
Paid for 1S1 shares canceled... 15,0"8 23
Paid Attorney 314 00
Paid salaries, expenses, etc... 1,012 CO
Hills payable 27.83-3 00
Paid dividend No. 1 -1,S91 -10
Paid insurance M 10
Cash in hand of Treasurer .... T82 -IS SSG,003 13
The association has now loaned on
Mortgages $82,250 00
Stock it.OW CO
Total loans $'J1,310 00
.statement of Share.
No. shares In first series, May 1, 1S93 612
No. canceled during jcar. 103 439
No. shares In second scries May 1, 1895... 715
No. canceled during year 149 GOG
No. shares in third series May 1, 1S93.... 313
No. canceled during yenr 82 231
No. shares in fourth series May 1, 1895.... C05
No. canceled during year 129 -17G
No. of shares issued In fifth scries com
mencing May 1, 1893 CI t
No. canceled during year 18 C2C
Total No. shares in the association... 2,033
Each share of stock has paid in as follows:
First series f3 23
Second series 52 O0
Second series, January issue 43 23
Second series, February issue 42 23
Second series, March Issue 11 25
Second series, April issue 40 25
Third series 39 00
Third series, Juue issue 3S 00
Third series, July Issue 37 00
Third series, August issue 33 75
Third series, September Issue ?4 75
Third series, December Issue 31 50
Fourth series 2(1 00
Fifth series 13 00
Hoiieut L. Baldwin, Secretary,
' AN OLD MAN ROBBED,
James Dalzell, a Prominent Nicholas
County Farmer Roughly Han
dled by Footpads.
As James Dalzell, an old and promi
nent farmer of Nicholas County, was
returning home Saturday night from Car
lisle he was accosted bv two necroes.
who demanded his money, $400, which
he had just received for his tobacco crop.
He resisted, and they beat him nearly
to death with clubs, leaving him uncon
scious. They rifled his pockets of the money,
and took his gold watch.
lie was not found until Sunday morn
ing when medical aid was summoned. His
condition is dangerous.
Two negroes, John Tolbert and Will
Brice, have been arrested, and the au
thorities think they have conclusive
evidence against them.
Closing Out Sale of M. Gunn.
I am closing out the entire stock har
n -8S, saddles, collars and everything in
this line. For next ten davs will soli
goods below cost. Now is the time to
save money. W. It. Zech, assignee,
CUT IN SHOES
FOR CASH ONLY
EB'rsa.TT'gr- -T--FizaKX aaa??
People find just the help they so much
need, in Hood's Sarsaparilla. It fur
nishes the desired strength by puri
fying, vitalizing and enriching tho
blood, and thus builds up tho nerves,
tones tho stomach and regulates tho
whole system. Read this:
"I want to pralso Hood's Sarsaparilla.
My health ran down, and I had tho grip.
After that, my heart and nervous system
wcro badly affected, so that I could not do
my own work. Our physician gavo mo
somo help, but did not euro. I decided
to try Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Soon I could
do all my own housework. I have taken
Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and they hnvo dono mo much good. I
will not bo without them. I have taken 13
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and through
tho blessing of God, it has cured me.
I worked as hard as over tho past sum
mer, and I am thankful to say I am
well. Ilood's Pills when taken with
Hood's Sarsaparilla help very much."
Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn.
This and many other cures prove that
Is the Ono True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
u ,, rt'ti act easily, promptly and
nOOClS PUIS effectively. 25 cents.
Ice cream soda at Armstrong's.
The Executive Committee of tho Y. P.
S. C. E. of tho Christian Church will have
a meeting immediately after prayer meet
ing Thursday evening. Business of im
portance. ' I
The agent of Liggett & Myers at Flem-
ingsburg has received about 200,000
pounds of tobacco to date. In four dajs
last week they took in about 150,000 and
one day about 50,000.
The sound-money Democrats of Ken
tucky have appointed committees to look
after the campaign in this State. Hon.
John F. Hager, of Ashland, represents
the Ninth Congressional district.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kackley, Mrs.
Shultz Wood, Ed. Nesbitt, C. D. Russell,
Miss Frances Cake, G. S. Judd and A. M.
Peed will go to Flemingsburg on their
wheels Thursday, leaving here at 5:C0 a.
m. Anyone wishing to join the party is
It is said 5.000 people were present
Sunday at tho opening of tho base ball
season at ClylTaide Park near Ashland.
Tho Navies of Cincinnati was tho oppos
ing team. After ono inniug had been
played all parties interested in tho camo
were arrested and taken to Ashland.
Anyone knowing of a Union veteran
buried in this county without suitable
markers to his grave can have the same
placed there without charge if they will
send name of tho soldier, number of
company and to what regiment ho be
longed. The undersigned will esteem it
a favor to have such information given
them. Col. John V. Day,
Geo. W. Oldham,
Fickle Fashion's New-found FadIO
Linen's the Thing. Linen shades and linen fabrics will line
the streets this summer. It's the most sensible fad the summer
girl has found. Linen spread in everything, plain Linen Colors,
Linen Stripes, Linen Dots, Linen Organdies, Linen Lawns,
Linen Dimities and so on through a stock of beautiful Wash
Goods. Persian Patterns, Printed Warps and Dresden designs,
come close to tho Linen fad in popularity hard to say which
Dimities hold their own. This fabric
was never shown in more beautiful col
orings, Dresden, Persian and warp
eflects without end. For 8$, 10, 12, 15,
18, 20, 25.
Jaconets. Plain colors, stripes,
small figures, Dresden and Persian pat
terns and linen shades, 12.
Lcno Tulle. Entirely new. Light
sheer fabric, not too open, between a lat
tice and plain cloth, comes in choice,
delicate Organdy styles and Persiau and
linen shades, 15 a yard.
Organelle Kayo. Another of tho
new and beautiful fabrics, elastic finish,
firm texture, patterns especially adapted
for children's wear, 15 a yard.
Laco Stripe a novelty, with lace
effect running lengthwise between stripes
of A to 1J inches, worn in light blue,
pink, linen and other color combinations,
15 a vard.
D. HUNT & SON
OUR GHINA AND QUEENSWAftE
Are guaranteed to be precisely as represented ; tho dollars paid for it
last because tho goods last. Wo are making special drives on Chamber
Sets this week. Call in.
C. D. RUSSELL &
TO THE HEART.
A Young Farmer Stabbed to Death
Near Peebles, Adams County,
Peeih.es, O., May 11. At Mineral
Springs, Saturday night, a number of peo
ple, among them being Nathaniel Dodge,
twenty-four, a farmer, were returning
from a church meeting.
In tho crowd were Thomas, George,
Henry and Sylvester Thomas, brothers.
Dodge was walking with his sister, when,
it is said, George Taylor accosted him and
said : "Dodge, who told you I stole ahorse
and buggy at Maysville, Ky. I believe
you made up that lie." It is said that
before Dodge could reply George and Syl
vester Taylor attacked him, and ho was
dazed by a blow from a stono. While
tho trouble was at its heighth Dodge was
heard to say: "Take them on"; they are
stabbing mo to death."
Tho Taylors wore pulled away from
their victim, who sunk to the ground.
Tho alleged assaulters left the scene, but
Dodge's brother and sister, who had been
witnesses of tho tragedy, made tho
wounded man as comfortable as they
could and remained by his side in tho
woods until death camo. Ono stab had
penetrated his heart.
Sylvester Taylor was arrested, but tho
other three brothers escaped.
Old people who require medicine to
regulate tho bowels and kidnoys will find
tho true remedy in Electric Bitters.
This medicine does not stimulate and
contains no whisky nor other intoxicant,
but acts as a tonic and alterative. It
acts mildly on tho stomach and bowels,
adding strength and giving tone to tho
organs, thereby aiding nature in tho per
formance of tho functions. Electric Bit
ters is an excellent appetizer and aids
digestion. Old people find it just exactly
what they need. Price lifty cents per
bottlo at J. James Wood's drug store.
Mr. Joo Kindig, of York, Pa., will bo
at Moso Daulton & Bro.'s stable, Mays
ville, Ky;, on Tuesday, May 20th, 1890,
and will pay tho highest market prices
for good, sound horses or maros frpm four
to six years old, well brokon and in good
flesh. Bring in good ones and got tho
money for them. Don't forgot tho date,
Tuesday, May 20th.
Bau,knoeh can not enumerate or do
justice to tho variety, quality and stylo
of his goods, and mus,t ask you all to call
and seo his splendid display. Ho will
tako pleasuro in quoting you close prices
which make his goods doubly attractive.
Organdies. Go from the silk to tho
Organdy pile and you will find the same
designs and colors. In both, tho Dres
den, Persian and printed warp prevail,
32-in. width, for 15 and 18 cts.; 33-in. fine
French Imported Organdy, best tho
market contains, very sheer weave, new
Corded Mull. 32 inches wide, now,
sheer fabric, elastic finish, with a Dimity
cord which adds to its firmness, 15c a
Printed Madras. A soft, delicate
material, Persian patterns in light and
dark shades, most desirable for shirt
waists, 10 a yard.
Prlncesso "Weave, with Bourette
and Dimity cord running through, which
give firmness and that dressy effect so
desired. Comes in new Persian and
linen shades, especially used just now
for waists, 25 a yard.
Lasts Longest, and we Give the
Best Dollar's Worth
CO., "The Chinamen.
Have both been benefited by Brown's Iron
Bitters. No wonder they look well and happy.
Thousands of mothers and babies can look
the same if they will use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,
A sure cure for women's troubles and
strengthens weak and puny children.
Red X lines on the wrapper ihow it to be genuine.
Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md.
Ranges made by tho best manufac
turers in this country, from 25 up and
warranted. If not as represented you
can find mo any hour in tho day at my
store. See me before you buy from any
one. I will save you money.
W. F. Power.
Kate Blythe was taxed $2 and costs in
tho Police Court for using abusive lan
guage. Get your ready-mixed paint at Cheno
weth's drug store. An analysis of their
paint shows it to be made of white lead,
linseed oil and coloring matter.
KoiiiNsoN Bradford has ,'opened a
chicken market at No. 30 East Second,
opposite Alexander's stable. Nice chick
ens cheap, delivered any where in city.
An exchange says that it isjprobable
that, with weight, power and speed con
sidered, nothing has ever been invented
which presents such results in carrying
and locomotive capacity as aro shown by
tho bicycle. A freight car carries twice
its weight twenty miles an hour ; tho
bicycle carries seven times its weight ten
miles an hour.
Bath Coounty Democrat: "Hon. W.
LaRuo Thomas, of Maysvillo, is a candi
date for Congress from this district, sub
ject to tho action of tho Democratic
party. Mr. Thomas is a man of brains
and character and a Democrat of tho
simon-puro kind. Wo doubt if thero is
a man in tho district that would more
ably represent its interests in Congress."
The Vancoburg Sun compliments S. B.
Ohunn & Co., contractors, very highly
for their fine work on tho now Christian
Church nt that place. Speaking of tho
church "parlor," tho Sun says: "At ono
sido of this room is sot a grato, tho dona
tion of Mr. Henry Shea, Maysvillo, and
surmounted by a beautiful carved and
ornamental mantel, tho donation of
Collins & Rudy Lumber Company, of
same city. Tho carvings and scroll work
which ornament the casing, above tho
rolling partition, was donated by tho
Maysvillo Manufacturing Company."
A Groat Opportunity.
Wo give away, absolutely free of cost, for a lim
ited tlmo only, Tho People's Coratnou Senso Med
ical Adviser, by It. V. I'ierco, M. D., Chief Con
sulting Physician to theUm-aUds' Hotel nndSur
gleal Institute, n book of 1003 largo pages, profuse
ly illustrated, bound in strong paper covers, to
nny ono seudlng 21 cents in oue-ccnts stamps, to
paycostof mailing only. Over C$6,000 copies of this
corapleto family doctor book alreody sold iu
cloth binding nt regular prico of 81.50. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
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