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And Was There An Attempt to Blow Up a
House in" the Fifth Ward?
What i8 thought to bo a bomb was
found Sunday radrninj under the house
occupied by Mrs. Ellen Cutntnings in
It is roughly constructed with leather
and heavy twine, and has a fuse at
tached. This fuse had been lighted, but
had gone out.
The thing hasn't been opened yet so
it is not known what it contains or
whether it contains anything. The local
correspondent of tho Cincinnati Post
seems to know just what is in it, how
ever, as he says " There was enough
blasting powder in the bomb to have
blown the house to atoms."
The u bomb " is about the size of a base
ball, and is in Chief of Police Ort's pos
session. Suspicion rests on a party who it is
said had been driven from the house
Mr. Chas. H. White, of tho firm of
White, Judd & Co., returned Monday
from a trip to Cincinnati. While there
he called to see his old friend and play
mate, Col. Larry Hazen, chief of tho de
tective force, whom he knew as a boy in
Cincinnati years ago. They had not seen
each other for fifty-one years, but the
great detective soon recognized Mr.
White, calling him by name. It is need
less to say tho conversation indulged
afterwards was most interesting as each
in turn recalled some of the many in
cidents of their boyhood days. The
short visit was indeed a pleasant one and
these two gentlemen will no cjoubt make
it convenient to meet oftener in the
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago,
says : " Iregard Dr. King's Sew Discov
ery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs,
Colds and Lung Complaints, having1 used
it in my family for the last five years, tc
the exclusion of physician's prescription
or other preparations."
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes : "I liavo been a Minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church for fifty
years or more, and have never found
anything so beneficial, or that gave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Rem
edy now. Trial bottles free at J. James
Wood's drug store.
A Former Mayslick Citizen's Loss.
Burglars, five in number, visited IIus
tonvillo Monday night, last week, blew
open tho safe of Charles Wheeler, took
$40 in cash, three gold watches, several
pairs of shoes, several Stetson hats and
other articles of merchandise. Entrance
was made by prizing open the double
front door. The handle or knob on the
safe door was pulled out and the explo
sive was introduced by that means.
The main door was blown off the hinges
and access became ease. Mr. Wheeler
formerly resided at Mayslick,
Big Four to St. Paul.
On account of the thirtieth encamp
ment G. A. R., at St. Paul, Minn., Sep
tember 1 to 4, tho Big Four route will ell
tickets at 1 cent a mile from stations on
its lines. Tickets good going August 30
and 31 and September 1. Good return
ing until September 15, with privilege of
extension until September 30. See near
est agent for particulars as to routes.
Tho pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions, makes it their fa
vorite remedy. To get the true and sen
uine article, look for the name of the Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Company, printed near
tho bottom of tho package. For sale by
all responsible druggists.
In the Dungeon,
Walter Skinnex, "Red" Costello, Zeko
Smith, Harvoy Young and Bob Clayton,
the prisoners who have been causing so
much trouble at the jail, raised a big
racket last night. They were finally
placed in tho dungeon and will be kept
there until they quiet down.
Commencing Sunday, September 13th,
tho Maysville Band will give a sacred
concert at Deitorich's Grove each Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock as long as the
weather is suitable. An admission of 10
cents will be charged.
Ho! For Manchester Fair.
.The steamer Silver Wavo will make
two trips to the Manchester fair this
week Thursday and Friday. Lgavo
here at 8:10 o'clock a. m. and return
after tho fair. Fare for tho round-trip
Last of the Season.
A grnd picnic will bo given in Conlon
Bro.'s beautiful grove, Charleston Bottom,
Saturday, September 5th. Hon. Charles
Newell and others will addrees tho peo
ple. All ate invited. A wagon will leave
Ooughlin Bros stable at 1:30 p. m,
Mn. Clauds Toi'LB has closed his ico
cicam saloon in Fifth ward,
Freight business on the C. and O. is
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Mrs. John Layton is seriously ill at
her home in tho Fifth ward.
Dr. Harover has fitted up an elegant
office at No. 4 West Third street.
Miss Lida Berry will resume her
music class Monday, September 7th.
The personal estate of the lato Mrs.
Mary G. Perrine was appraised at $151.50.
Rev. E. Formak will preach for Dr. E.
O. Guerrant at his church in Woodford
County next Sunday.
Tue Democrats in this county who
will not vote tho regular ticket are get
ting scarcer every day.
Mr. Courtney Respass has succeeded
Mr. Clay Worick as clerk in Deputy Col
lector Baldwin's office.
For pjiro spices of all kinds call on
Henry W. Ray, successor to Theo. C.
Power, next door to postoilice.
J. B. Mathews, tho traveling man, lost
three fingers crushed in the vestibule of
a train near Wilmoro Saturday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chknoweth have
removed to the residence adjoining Mr.
Jos. Walliugford's home on East Third.
Nicholas Craig, of Bath County, and
Lottie May Lawrence, of Nicholas, were
married Monday morning by Judge
Mr. J. D. Peed will erect a handsome
residence on his farm near Mayslick at a
cost of $5,000. Mr. W. II. Frederick has
Seventy-three head of two-year-old
cattle were stolen Saturday night from
V. K. Griffith's pasture near Cynthiana.
At last accounts they hadn't been lo
Some boys stuck a match to the gas
well at Washington Sunday and there
was a good deal of trouble before the
blaze could be smothered out, but it
was finally subdued.
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A Bryan apple is to be seen at W. W.
Watkins sample rooms on Market. It
has the name "Bryan" indelibly stamped
on it in largo letters. It was grown
near New Richmond.
Silverware gives brilliancy to the
table. Tho finest china cannot compen
sate for the absence of the white metal.
Ballenger's array of sterling and high
class plated goods is not excelled in any
citv and his prices are much lower.
Rev. J. W. McGarvey, at the Broad
way Christian Church, Lexington, Sun
day, preached a sermon against Sunday
baseball. In the course of his remarks
ho severely arraigned the members of the
city government and denounced ball
Do hOT fail to take in tho evening
excursion on steamer Laurance. She
leaves her float at 7 o'clock, makes a ten
mile run up and down in front of city,
returning at 8:30. Nice music. Cool
breeze and enjoyable time. Fare 10
James Sutterfield was probably fatally
stabbed Sunday night in a free-for-all
fight at West Union. Sam Stephens and
Joe Biely were each severely injured by
being struck on the head with beer bot
tles. Biely is alleged to have done the
cutting and ias been arrested.
The Ladies' Missionary Society of the
First Presbyterian Church will holdthoir
monthly meeting in tho Sunday school
room of the church this afternoon at 4
o'clock. In addition to tho regular servi
ces, tho paator, Dr. Hays, will give a talk
on Siam, including facts and incidents
given him by his sister, who has been a
missionary to that country for more than
thirty years. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all persons interested in mis
sions to be present.
There's a world of sound sense and
wholesome truth in this extract taken
from the Nortli Middletown items in the
Paris Kentuckian : "Help a dog out of a
ditch and no matter what sort of a dog he
is town dpg.or country dog, educated or
illiterate, aristocratic or plebian, he will
wag his tail into paralysis and exhaust
every muscle trying to tell that every
drop of blood in his veins is at your ser
vice. Help a man out of a ditch and
what follows will depend very much upon
Send vour addresses to II. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a freo sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will
convince you of their merits. These
pills aro easy in action and are particu
larly effective in tho cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache, For Malaria and
Liver troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to bo
.perfectly freo fropi every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tonq to smomach aud bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
size 2?c. per bosr. Sold by J. J. Wood,
ITASE BALL NEWS.
Friends of Sammy Loever Suggest a flame
For His Benellt Tho Kiue tirus
Some of Sammy Leever's many friends
suggest that the Maysvilles ought to play
a game for his benefit before the season
closes. Leever was taken ill with ty
phoid fever on the Maysvilles' last trip
to Knoxville, aud has been out of the
game ever since. He was able to return
to his home at Goshen, O., a few days
ago, but his sickness will no doubt inca
pacitate him for work for some time. A
benefit game would be the right thing,
and would undoubtedly draw a big crowd.
The Mt. Sterlings disbanded Sunday,
and the end of the Blue Grass League is
not far off. It is said the Lexingtons nre
in bad shape and will likely quit after
tho games this week.
Portsmouth, Ohio, August 31. The
Polos defeated the Maysville nine this
afternoon in the presence of 2,000 peo
ple. Shepherd was knocked out of the
box in the fourth. Wadsworth took his
place. Score 11 to 4.
A. M. Louderback, of Augusta, wps
in town last night.
George C. Walters, of Richmond, Va.,
was a guest at the Central last night.
Miss Lillie Roper, of Cynthiana, is
visitinu her aunt, Mrs. Moore, in the
Chas. B. (hborm, of Chicago, son of
W. Scott Odboiue, wad at the Central
Mr. and Mr?. Cl.uvnco Mathews left
Monday for a sojourn of f-ewral weeks at
Miss Annie Goggin returned Monday
from a three weeks' visit with relatives
Professor II. U. Blaisdell, of Coving
ton, is expected home this week from a
trip to Europe.
Mr. and Mr?. Thnmas Farley, of
Third street, are at home after a visit to
relatives in Ohio.
Postmaster aud "Mrs. Chenowelh
have returned from a month's sojourn at
Miss Anna Stewart, of Covington, is
the uue?t of Mi?s Florence Wadsworth,
of West Third street.
Mr. Henry Waller was vHtiwr his
grandmother, Mrs. Chas. A. Marshall, at
Washington last week.
Dr. Thomas M. Pearce,of Covington,
has returned home after spending a week
here with his parents.
Mr. John LaRue returned to his
home at Shawhan Saturday after a few
days visit in the county.
T. II. Gray, J. H. Cooper and Win,
Collins, of Flemingsburg, weie registered
at the Central last night.
Mrs. Julia Fist has returned home
from a short visit to her brother, Mr. C.
T. Layton, of Washington.
Miss May Miles returned home last
evening after an extended visit at Mil
lersburg and other points.
Miss Jennie Wood, of tlfis citv, was
the guest of Mrs. Lucia Maltby at Wash
ington Saturday ana buncay.
Mr. John Brodt, Sr., of tho Fleming
pike, left Monday for West Union to see
his brother who is seriously ill.
Dr. Adamson returned Monday after
noon from White Sulphur Springs, and
reports Mr. Thomas A, Keith better.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Marsh, of Dan
ville, arrived Mouday afternoon and
arespeiuling the week here with relatives.
Mrs. Robert T. Marshall, of Fleming
County, and her daughters aro visiting
Miss Mary W. Marshall, at Washington.
TVIr. Will Durrett; with his friend, Mr.
Ed. Taylor, of Covington, were visiting
the former's mother in tho county Sun
day. Mrs. Belle Judy and son, of Coving
ton, arrived last evening on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. James Woods, and other rel
atives. Miss Mabel R. Provost, who has
been the guest of MissClinkenbeard, left
Monday morning for her home in' Xew
Hon. F. F. Wallace, ex-Rerresenta-tive
of Pendleton County, visited his
nephew, Mr. Chas. Moore, of tho East
JJnd last week.
Mrs. Gus Emmitt, of Portsmouth,
left for homo Monday, aftor visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Smith, of
the West End.
Miss Margaret Thompson, one of
Fleiningsburg8 winsome young ladies, is
visiting Miss Sudio M. 13. Schatzman, of
East Fifth street.
Mr. Neal Leach, of New Orleans,
afterspendingsomodave with Mr. Henrv
P. Chenoweth and other relatives, left
Monday for home.
Miss Mollie Meara and her brother,
Joe, of Cincinnati, were guests of Mrs.
William Grant, of West Third street,
Monday on their way homo from Flem
ingsburg. ., .-- ,
Miss Kate Blattekmax will tpach
piano and theory of music at No. 15 West
Fourth street, beginning September 7th,
At tho meeting of tho McKinloy club
last night at the court house, speeches
were mado by Editor Davis and Judge
Hutchins. Tho solicitors reported 238
Taken la time Hood's Sarsaparllla prevents
pcrlous illness by keeping tue blood pure and nil
the organs In a uealtby condition,
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Fall Dress Goods
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things in Black Bro
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Z11V. This celebrated Coal has no superior as an :;;
lllV. all-round fuel Why not buy the best fuel that ;;;;jg
lllV. giycs the most heat at the least cost? Remem- ;;;
;;; ber that we have the exclusive sale of this Coal ;;;;
ZlllV. n e Maysville market Beware ofjnferior Coal ;;;;;
sold under the name of Peacock; it is a fraud. !
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SSI::. LEAVE orders at the elevator, foot of lime- '.'Ml
... STONE STREET, OR AT OFFICE CORNER ;.:;
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GREAT UNDERVALUE SALE OF
Men's Light Tan Rupsia Bale, former price .?4 50, now ill 00
ttleu's Chocolate Russia BuIh, former price 5 00, now II oO
len'a Tan and Red Russia Bals, former price 3 30, now 2 I!o
Men's Tan Russia Bala, former price 1 7o, now 1 25
Boys' Red Russia Bale, former price 2 25, nov 1 50
Boys' Chocolate Russia Bala, former price 2 00, now 1 40
Boys' Tan Russia Bale, former price 1 S5, now 1 00
Hoys' Red Russia Bala, former price 1 75, now 1 00
Youths' Tan Russia Bals, former price 1 75, now 1 00
Women's Tan and Chocolate Oxford Ties, former price 3 50, now 1 25
Misses and Children's Colored Shoes and Sandals at 25 percent, oil. You will
find nothing but fresh goods in the above lots, and the newest styles, all high grades,
FOIt CASH ONLY.
mzFu B. RANSOM & CO.
All Who Are Interested Will Meet To
Night at the Court House.
A Bryan campaign club will bo organ
ized to-night at 7:30 o'clock at tho court
house. All who are interested aro in
vited to bo present.
Remember there is no initiation fee,
no dues; all that is necessary is to come
forward ajid sign your name.
Bring any of your friends who intend
voting for V. J. Bryan for President.
Uuckleu's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rlioum, fever
soies, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all akin eruptions, and pos
itively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For aalo by J. James Wood.
Acczdbkt lua. tickets. W. R. "Warder.
The G. D. Bicycle
Waist, the newest
and best No lady
rider should be with
out one. Other new
Fall Goods in and
jtf S Bfe. A 4Gt.
Strap Sandals !t
C. F. Zweigart & Co.,
Second and Sutton Strefts.,
WK uro authorized to announce T I BEST hs a
candidate for Sheriff at tho Irovoinbi'r e!eo
lion, lb'J7, subject to the netiou o( tne Doui critic