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I. 0. 0. P. ANNIVERSARY.
A Delightful Time Last Night at the Local
Celebration of the Event.
Seventy-eighth anniversary in America
wasjcommemoratcd last night by DeKalb
Lodge No. 12, with music, epeechea and
The seventy-eighth anniversary of the
opening of the first lodge of Oddfellows
on American soil was appropriately com
memorated last night by DeKalb Lodge
No. 12. Thomas Widley and four asso
ciates opened a lodge in Baltimore on
Sunday evening, April 20, 1810, which
they called Washington Lodge No. 1 and
whiih lodge is in existence to this day.
From that humble beginning in Balti
more in 1810 the order has grown in 1807
tj about one million members and Odd
fellows take much pride in the fact that
their order is the pioneer among all be
nevolent secret fraternities.
The reason why DeKalb Lodge cele
brated last night insteadjof Monday night
the real anniversary, was because Tues
day night is its regular meeting night
and it was not intended to have any
thing very elaborate. Fully ono hundred
Oddfellows sought admission into DeKalb
Lodge during the evening andTollesboro,
Vanceburg, Concord and Aberdeen each
sent good delegations.
The program was musical and orator
ical and closed with the confering of the
Knife and Fork degree in the largo room
under the lodge hall. Mr. Will Traxel
had official charge of the Degree Team
and his exemplification of the work was
satisfactory and enjoyable.
Mr. Hal O. Curran and Mr. Leo Gray
had charge of the music and were ably
assisted by several others.
The principal speeches were delivered
by Messrs. Byron Rudy, Allan D. Cole,
Thomas A. Davis and John Duley. The
speakers acquitted themselves with credit
and each was roundly applauded.
There were short talks from the visi
tors and then all repaired to the dining
room where all took an ective part. The
entertainment was in charge of Allen A.
Edmonds, H. C. Curran and W. II. Cox
committee and was a very pleasant affair.
JR. 0. U. A. M.
1 State Councils Now in Session Here Will
Meet in Louisville Next Year.
The State Councils of the Junior Order
of United American Mechanics convened
in annual session yesterday at Neptune
Hall and much routine work of great in
terest to tho order was transacted.
The John T. Keech Council No. 16 of
Maysvillo handsomely entertained the
visitors at Neptune Hall last night.
Thore are about 100 delegates hero from
every portion of the State.
Tho order is in a flourishing condition
and several new councils were established
Caterer "Doc" Wallaco electrified the
audience in the banquet hall with the
speech of the evening.
Visitors are loud in their praise of their
reception and entertainment.
State Councillor Dr. Jeancon, of New
port, is one of the jolliest visitors pres
ent. The music by Miss Berry on the piano
and Mr. U. G. Bailey on the violin was
State officera will be elected to-day.
Louisvillo is tho place of meeting next
The local council is one of the strong
est in Kentucky.
TURNPIKE RAIDERS' BILL.
The House Passes the Amended Measure.
Other Proceedings of the Ken
The House at Frankfort Tuesday passed
the nnti-turnpiko raiders' bill bya vote of
06 to 12. Tho bill as perfected makes the
members of 'mobs individually liable for
all damages for destruction of private
property and also authorizes tho gov
ernor to offer rewards of $600 and coun
ties $200 for their apprehension and con
viction. The Senate passed tho Senate substi
tute for tho Houso revenue bill. The
substitute makes tho rato of State taxa
tion 47J cents and tho original bill pro
posed to make it 52J for throe years and
47 after that. Tho substitute was first
adoptod bya voto of 18 to 13 and tho bill
as amended aftorwarua passuu uy - i
Senator mlth of Henry introduced a
joint resolution to adjourn sine die May
AcaoBNT Ins. UckBtB. W. B. Warder.
Celebrated for its great leavening strength
and bcalthlulncss. Assures tho food
against alum and all forms of adultcra
Rtlon common to tbe cheap brands.
ROYAL BAKING TOWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Firk insurance. J. C. Everett.
Try Ray's soda wutr ; it's tho best.
Fire insurance. W. W.Baldwin & Co.
Mrs. Dr. H. O. Morgan is recovering,
after an illness of several days.
Judge Deeming, of Mt. Olivet, is in
Washington City hunting for somo of
Skk the line of bicycles at the Frank
Owens' Hardware Company. They will
sell you ono at your own price.
Ask tho riders of the Phoenix bicycle
how they like their mount. Frank
Owens Hardware Company are the
The L. and N.'s earnings the third
week of April were $300,723, an increase
of $10,705 over tho corresponding week a
When your watch needs repairing take
it to P. J. Murphy, tho jeweler. He will
repair and warrant it to keep time or no
charge. Lowest prices for first-class
Miss Katiikryn Tabu will bo ono of
the competitors in an elocutionary con
test at St. Paul M.E. Church, Cincinnati,
Friday night for the Demorest silver
In the publication of Superintendent
Blatterman's school notes in the Bulle
tin of the 27th the name of John Mc
Carthy was printed instead of John W.
Mrs. Polly Waters, grandmother of
W. J. Bryan, formerly lived near Wash
ington, this county. The late Robert
HumphreyH married a MiBS Waters, who
was a member of this family.
Danville has a four-year-old cycler,
named Alvin Roberts, who rides a made
to order bike, with wheels sixteen inches
in diameter. He recently rode to Hur
rodsburg and returned in ono day.
Judge Mat Walton, Mr. D. F. Frazee
and other Lexingtonians who invested in
land at Alexandria, Ind., may havo a
bonanza after all. - A rich flow of oil has
been discovered on adjoining land.
The bicycle track at tho ball park will
be worked to-day and placed in fine con
dition. It will bo under tho manage
ment of J. T. Kackley & Co. and tho
Frank Owens Hardware Company this
Thomas Young, No. 10 Taylor street,
Cincinnati, writes that a daughter of
Madison Johnson, of this locality, died
there April 25th, says that no one claims
her property, and ho wants to know
what shall be done with her body.
Miss Amelia Wood has returned from
Indianapolis whoro she thoroughly ac
quainted herself as to all tho latest styles
in dress making. Ladies needing any
thing in her line will call at rooms, 204
Mitchell, Finch & Co.'a Building, Court
TnE latest popular eong " Mollie
O'Moore," by tho popular composer
Paulino Brutting-Story. A beautiful Bong
with a charming two stop (march time)
chorus. Will send a copy to any address
for twelve (12) two cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles A. Brutting, 810 West
Eighth street, Cincinnati, O.
In renewing her subscription, Mrs.
Alice M. Seaton, of Honey Grove, Texas,
writes: "Tho Bulletin brings mo sad
tidings many times, but wo must take
tho bitter with tho sweet, for it contains
many things of interest as well. We havo
a fine country, though you Kentuckians
think thero is no place like the Blue
Mr. V. H. Perkins, who was in tho
revenuo service hero some years ago and
who afterwards opened a law office at
Chicago, at tho recent municipal election
thero was chosen "North Town SuporvK
Bor" on tho Democratic uckoi uy a ma
jority of 4,500. Tho position pays $3,500
a year. You can't keop a goqd man
down. Yinl's many friends are glad to
learn of his good fortune.
Fresh fish dally at O'Keofe's.
Bourbon County levied a tax of 25
cents on the $100 in aid of free pikes.
Her total levy is 34J cents.
Fkank Oa'ens Hardware Co. will havo
in a few days tho largest line of bicycle
sundries in the market, and at low price' .
Reserved seats for the " Jolly Drunr-
mera " are now on salo at Nelson's. All
having purchased tickets can get same
Lutheb D. Marsh, aged eighty-sovon,
of Middletown, New York, has just
learned to ride a bicycle, and now reali
zes how much fun he has missed.
E.-Sheriff Wheeler,' of Robertson
County, wants to represent the Nicholat
Robertson district in tho next Legisla
ture. Judge Tilton ia also a candidate.
Have just one hundred of
them ; actual size 27x60 inches ;
bright, elegant colors and de
signs. They are placed on sale
to-day, and are a grand bargain.
See them. Choice,
Violets, 30c. a gross.
Imported Roses, 8c. a bunch.
Morning Glories, 8c. bunch.
Velvet Roses, 12c. a bunch.
Forget-Me-Nots, 39c. bunch
of six dozen.
See our line of women's
A full size Black Mohair Skirt
for 98c. Heavy Brocade Black
Satin Skirts, $5.50, and twenty
different intermediate styles and
Proprietors Bee Hive
JkTf J YV7'
1 rade Winners
One lot Standard Indigo Blue Prints at 4 cents;
yard-wide Sea Island Muslin at 5 cents; one case
yard-wide solt-f inished Bleached Muslin at 5 cts.;
twenty-five pieces Dimity, regular 10c. quality at
6 1-2 cents; Imported French Organdies, new
and beautiful styles, at 20 cents.
BROWNING & CO
51 West Second Street.
m b zeshstsoilt cSc oo.
5 m t
Muysrille May Have a Senii-I'rofessional
Team Alter All This Season.
Maysvillo has a chance to secure a firat
cIubs semi-professional ball team this sea
son, and it is certainly to the interests of
the city to take advantage of the oppor
tunity thus offered.
Some of tho cities in tho big league sup
port their teams largely from a business
standpoint. By this wo mean that the
business men are the stockholders of the
concern and keep it up whenever any
cash is needed. About 5,000 excursion
ists flocked .to Cincinnati a few days ago
to see a game between the Reds and Chi
cagos, and fully as large a crowd gathi r. d
In 1895 when Maysville's great team
defeated the Reds and Washingtons on
four or five occasions, crowds of people
came hero from all tho surrounding
country to see the games, and Maysvillo
profited from a business standpoint. Un
less a first-class team is organized here
this season, much good money that
ought to be spent here will go elsewhere.
The disbanding of the Southern League
this season has left a number of good
player3 without engagements, and some
of these stand ready, wo understand, to
como hero and help organize a first-class
independent club if they receive tho
proper oncouragoment. Some good par
ties should take hold of tho matter and
push it to success. Arrangements can be
mado with tho players, wo understand,
so that whoever may go into the scheme
will run no risk financially. What more
could be asked?
A moeting will be held at the Y. M. C.
A. rooms to-night for tho purpose of or
ganizing a club among- the members of
the association. Maysvillo has somo very
promising' local talent, and a good club
will no doubt bo placed in the field. Let
all who are interested iu the matter be
en hand to-night.
Fibk and tornado insurance. -Boulden
Ammonia, Navy, Wool and Ivory soap--
R. B. BniNEY, formerly of this city, will
graduate from Kentucky University,
Lexington, this year.
Ray's Rainbow Ready Mixed Paint is
tho best; gives satisfactionand wears
the longest. It's guaranteed. Found at
Postoffico Drug Store.
All graduates of tho girls' department
of tho High School aro requested to meet
at the High School building this Wed
nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Veiiy Bimple troubles of tho oyes may
devolop serious results if not proporly
treated. Ballonger'makes no charge for
examination, and if yours is a 'case re
quiring tho sorvices of an oculist ho will
frankly toll you so.
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. & & & x &
! Who intend to purchase first qunlity goods to
examine our stock before closing a deal else
eUewhcre. Tliluk of buying staple goods at such
J prices for cash :
' 2 gallon bucket Syrup Molasses SO
I 4 pounds Leaf Lard 23
6 cans good Corn 25
4 cans Standard Corn 25
I I pound Arbuckle's Codec 15
l pouna won uonee ia
1 pound Lion Coffee- 15
1 kit new Mackerel, twenty flsb 75
1 quarter-barrel Mackerel $2 00
2 cans Red Salmon 25
1 gallon New Orleans Mo1h.scs 35
1 pound good Gunpowder Tea, worth 60c.... 30
All goods sold In proportion to above prices.
CornerThird and Limestone streets.
T. HENRY PECOR.
FLEMING COUNTY REPUBLICANS.
They Have Made Nominations to be Voted
For at tho November Election.
The Republicans of Fleming County, in
convention, Monday made tho following
Representative Dr. Johu Hood, Nepton.
Circuit Clerk John Gilmore, Hlllsboro.
County Clerk E. II. Kcnner, Flemlngsburg.
County Judge C. D. McCartney, Walllngford.
ShcrifT-O. L. Hlnton, IUummers.
Jailer-James Farris, Fleralngsburj.
Coroner T. G. Harmon, Tilton.
Survoyor-W. Grannis, Elizuville.
Assessor G. T. Swartz, Fulrview.
School Superintendent J. Llndsey, Sher
bourne. They also instructed for Hon. W. G.
Dearing for Circuit Judge for thia district.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now and
got relief. This medicino has been found
to bo peculiarly adapted to tho relief and
cure of all female complaints, exerting a
wonderful direct influonco in giving
strength and tone to tho organs. If you
havo loss of appetite, constipation, head
ache, fainting spells, or are nervous, sleep
less, excitable, melancholy or troubled
with dizzy spells, electric bitters is tho
medicino you need. Health and strength
aro guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents
and $1.00 at J. James Wood's drug storo.
SixTY-noLLAn bicycle, 't)7 model, for
$32. Send for catalogue.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
Only ono tollgato now in Lewis
County, and tho county authorities aro
arranging to have It removed.