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Maysville Property Owners Asked to Aid
Washington Eire Company Sub
scriptions to Date.
Tho following ia.Bolf-oxplanatory :
To the Property HiAiltn and Citizen) 0 MayniUe:
On Sunday morning, January 30th, the Washing
ton Fire Company lost by Are their homo to
gether with the opera house upon which they
depended lor their support and upon which our
citizens depended (or an amusoment hall. In
the destruction ol the building there went up In
smoke and flame tho bard earnings ol the com
pany, covering a period ol forty-eight years and
amounting to ovcrSU.OOO. Tbiy are now with
out shelter and without a single dollar nothing
left nave their honor. Tho firemen of our city
have always been faithful to duty In saving your
property, and upon many occasions have saved
our city from total destruction. It Is now pro
posed, and duo them, to rebuild their home, and
for this purpose a subscription has been started
and a liberal amount secured. Will jou be ono
to assist In this effort by a subscription T Re
spectfully. Thomas A. Davis,
J. D. Dyr,
Wm. H. Cox,
HOI! ACE J. CoCltBAN.
Every property owner in the city ia di
rectly interested in this' rjoatter,.and a
liberal reBponBe to this appeal will ena
ble the company to begin the work of re
. building as soon as spring opens.
If you have not subscribed and desire
to do so, Bend your name either to the
Bulletin or to any of the above com
mittee, stating amount.
The pubscriptions previously reported
arc as follows:
Lissant Cox .'. S 500 00
William II. Cox 2o0 00
Horatio Flcklln 250 00
Bank of Maysvlllc 100 00
State Natlonal.Bank 100 CO
r. A. Robinson 100 00
Central Hotel 100 00
David Ilecltlnger 50 00
Rosenau Bros 50 00
J. David Dye 25 00
McClanahan it Shea 25 00
John T. Martin 10 00
Charles II. Frauk 10 00
Thomas M. Rusell 10 00
Frank Wormald .. 5 00
J. T. Brown 5 00
$ . Charles McCarthy. 5 00
Edward Schwartz 1 00
Martin Bierley :... 1 00
, J. James Wood 50 0q
Mrs. A. N. Zwcigart 20 00
John G. Zwelgart 10 00
Neptune Fire Company 60 00
LaoB. Gray 5 00
First National Bank 100 00
Mitchell, Finch & Co.'s Bank 50 00
Geo. II. Heiser 50 00
J. D. Bridges 5 00
Four children of James A. Frost Slieach.. 4 00
N. Cooper- 50 00
B. F. CHf t 20 00
James Redmond 5 00
W. H. Ryder 5 00
George F, Brown 5 00
Mrs. William Fetry, cash 1 50
J. J. Fitzgerald A. Co 5 00
Mollvaln & Humphreys ; 10 00
White, Judd A Co CO 00
C.T. West 5 00
Lady 5 00
Mrs. Hannah M. Mullins 10 00
James Rice 50 00
Rev. J. C. Molloy. 5 00
Thomas J. Chenowetb, cash SO 00
Cash, (Shera ood concert ticket) I 00
George L. Cox 200 00
William Wormald, old bond 100 00
William R. and J. A. Newell 50 00
Dr. II. K. Adamson 10 00
George Diener 10 00
R. A. Carr 25 00
Lee & Ballengcr 25 00
O. If. P. Thomas i Co 20 00
Patrick G. Fox. 5 00
M. Davis 2 00
John Eltcl 2 00
George W.Crowcll 5 00
OmarDodson 100 00
Ball, Mltchel A Co 20 00
Kllpp &, Brown ,
Mltchel A O'Hare ,
P. J. Murphy
W. a. Schatzmann & Co.,
r. 5 00
Joseph Schatzmann 10 00
P. W. Wheeler 5 00
B.W. Goodman 6 00
G. A. McCarthey & Son 6 00
Dr. G. M. Williams 10 00
ICelth-Schroder Harness Co ' 25 00
J. W. Fitzgerald 25 00
-James N. Kehoe 25 00
Robert Bissett 5 00
John M. Hunt 25 00
II. B. Owen3 5 00
II. C. Barkley & Co 10 00
Nesbltt i Co 10 00
C.B. Pcarco, Jr 10 00
John Duley 6 00
R. P. Jenkins 5 00
E. P, Forman 5 00
John Ballcnger. 0 00
M. C. Hutchison 25 00
W. E. Stallcup 25 00
Albert Hill 1 00
Thompson & McAtee 25 00
Leonard &Lalley 15 00
R. K. Hoefllch 25 00
J. W. Watson & Co 23 00
James Barbour. 5 oo
J. F.Barbour 25 00
Leo Haupkc co 00
Charles Paul go 00
Frank Purnell 23 00
Jack McCarthy, 25 00
George W. Orr, a weeks work.
Charles L. Wlllett, a weeks work.
emiscitu7ioNs since last hei'obt.
J ako Thomas 2 00
Smith & Co 10 00
E. Lambdem 10 00
Bert L. Pcarce 5 00
Robert Flcklln 1 , 25 00
Collins & Rudy Lumber Co 25 00
Armstrong & Son 6 00
Alton Schatzmann 6 00
Total v...,.!.. n 67 00
Previously reported 3,1 C3 50
Grand Total 83,235 60
Three railroads are to bo extended into
Eastern Kentucky at no distant day.
I0TIF1ED HIS WIFE
That H Wat Going to Die, Did Thta
' EJ lfaqo. Tex., Fep. 11. -Baron Har
den Hl,ckejr, better .known as. the Prince
of Trinidad, committed suicide at the
Plerson .hotel In this city. Servants In
.thehotel discovered that the baron was
dead at noon, and the Indications were
that he .died during the night from
drugs taken with suicidal Intent, Ho
left, Ka Jetter addressed to his wife at
Corona, Cal., .in which he stated that he
was going to die. Deceased waa mar
lied to a daughter of John H. Flagler
of New York, the Standard Oil mag
nate, in 189L
, New Elernteil Road, .
Chicago, Feb. 1J. A company with
a capital, stock of $1,000,000 has been
Incorporated by pcrsonB interested In
tho Chicago City Rallwoy company to
construct an elevated road from South
"Vater street to Thirty-Ninth ln Dear
born street, penetrating the center of
the down-town district, now encircled
by the Union Joop. The new road will
cost about $2,000,000.
I , Senor Cuestas Appointed.
Ipntevideo, Feb. 11, tA junta has
been formed of 88 leading politicians,
Senor Cuestas has been appointed pro
visional governor, and Senor E. MaceJ
cheu, minister of agriculture, industry,
public Instruction and public works In
the cabinet formed by Senor Cuestas
on Aug. 28 last, was appointed vice
Major Wham Exonerated,
Washington, Feb. 11.. The house
committee on military affairs reported
favorably the bill to restore Major J.
W. Wham to his rank and pay in the
pay corps of the army. The report
fully exonerates Major Wham of the
charge on which he was court-martialed.
Slnp lit Ilerry Committee.
Chicago, Feb. 11. Mayor Harrison
said that the report of the Berry com
mittee would probably not have much
effect politically, as It was generally
believed that "it bad its conclusions
all typewritten when it came to this
city to begin the inquiry."
Gruble Transfers Property.
Kansas City, Feb. 11. Francis Gra-
blo, the western promoter, it is learned
has during the week transferred three
pieces of proprty In this city to J. H.
C. Walker of Fort Scott, Kan. The
property aggregates about nine build
Donth of Senator Dauby.
Wilmington, Del., Fpb. 11. State
Senator Robert J. Hanby, who has
been prominent as the leader of the
AddickB faction of tho Republican
party In Delaware, died suddenly at
his home In Holly Oak, Del.
"will Carry Mull.
San Francisco, Feb. 11. The Alaska
Commercial company will start a
steamer from here In about a week
for Unalaska. This steamer, the Ber
tha, will carry niall,(, which will reach
Dutch Island about March 1.
Sunday Racers Reinstated.
St, Louis, Feb. 11. The racing board
of the League of American Wheelmen
reinstated five racing men wbp were
blacklisted for participating In Sun
day racing at San Francisco last year.
Grain and Stock Quotations For Feb. 10.
Beef Family, $10 D0&11 DO; extra mess,
$0 (XVgO 50; packed, J8 5CK&0 00. Cut meats
PIcLIed bellies, G3CVic; pickled shoul
ders, 4ic; pickled hams, 7'c. Lard
Western steim, ?5 2214. Pork Old mess,
$10 2510 50.
Butter Western dairy, 120c: cream
ery, 14V421e; do factory, ll14c. Cheese
-State, large, 8&8c; small, 0&9Vic;
part skims, 45c; full skims, 23c. Kggs
State and Pennsylvania, 10c; western
Wheat $1 02. Corn-34c. Oats 20c.
Cattle Choice, $4 0O5 00; good, $4 70
4 SO; tidy butchers', $4 aCXfti CO; fair, $4 25
4 40; common, $3 0O2-4 00; heifers, $3 00
?15 50; hulls, stags and cows, $2 004 00;
fresh cows, $20:g40.
Hogs Turkers, $4 104 15; mediums,
$4 2004 25; fair, $3 S5j grosser, $3 40
3 45; heary, $4 00fi4 05; rourb, $3 25Q3 05;
pigs, $3 S0S4 00. ,
Sheep Choice, $4 BQQA 00; good, $4 003)
4 70; fair, $4 404 60; common, $3 00
4 10; lambs, $5 8035 00.
Cattle Beeves, ?8 7r6G 50; cows and
heifers, $2 104 40; Texas steers, f3 2Q
4 30; westerj, $4 16fc5 25; mockers and
feeders, ?4 104 50.
Hogs Light, $3 804 05; mediums, 53 80
Q4 00; heary, ?3 75&4 00; rough, S3 750
Sheep and Lambs Cholco sheep, $4 70
4 80; fair, $4 2004 40; common, $3 250
4 10; exports, $3 00; choice Iambs, ?5 700
Wheat-09c. Corn-2Sc. Oats-24c. Ryo
Cattle-Butchers', 4 254 CO; shipping
$4 6004 85; best steers, $4 8505 10; good
cows and heifers, $3 2504 00; Btockers and
feeders, $3 0501 35,
Hogs Yorker, $4 16rg 17; roughs, com
mon to good, $3 0003 05; mediums und
hearle, $4 25; pigs, $3.0504 40.
Sheep RBd Lambs Sheep, extra, $4 750
4 00; good prime, $5 OO0G 15; common,
2 0003 00; cholco lambs, $5 C505 70.
Hogs Yorkers and light, $4 10; medi
ums and heavies, $3 00; stags and roughs,
$3 0003 25, t r
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $3 0004 40;
Cattle Steers, $3 7604 '60; heifers, $3 00
m 00; cows and bulls, $2 0003 40.
Cincinnati. 1 J 1 (
Wheat No. 2 ,red, .(Mc. , Cor Na,,2
mixed, 29V4c Oats N. 2 mixed, 24c.
! The Kellars Pile Claims.
I ,. Rockllle, Ind., Feb. 11, Two dam
age sult8,(each for $10,000, were filed by
Daniel Kellar and his wife, Nannie,
'against Luther Delp, growing out of
the arrest and prosecution of the, plain
tiffs for tho alleged murder of Clara
,Shanks. Mr. Delp Is a wealthy farmer
of this county. He was prominent In
pushing the case against the Kellars.
Bwiled For Chilian.
Shanghai, Feb. 11. Vice Admiral Sir
Alexander Bollock, the commander-in-chief
of the China station of tho Brit
ish fleet, has sailed on board tthe, crui
ser Piqve for the isjand of Chusan,
where he will transfer his command to
Vice Admiral Sir Edward Hobart Bey
mour. Von (er Aim Case Continued.
PiUsburg, Feb. ai. The Von der,
Ahe abduction case came,, up in. he,
tjnltje. States court, , again. Severa
witnesses, were examined, Including
W. A. Nl'mtck, the .bondsman, and De
tective Bcntlel. nfter wMch Judge Buf-
Cleaned Ills Revolver.
Louisville, Feb. 11, F. R. C. Borger
dlng, a leading Jeweler, was cleaning
J his revolver In Jils store, when the
J weapon was discharged, the ball pass
ing through his heart, causing Instant
Kentucky rrlzeflshtlBg: Dill.
Frankfort Ky., Feb. 11. A bill on
prizefighting, or glove contests, an ex
act copy of the Nevada law, haa been
Introduced In the state senate.
A Veritable Goliath.
Lancaster, Ky.,Feb. 11. W. T., West,
Lancaster's new postmaster, is a ver
itable Goliath, standing 6 feet 3 inch
es and weighing 225 pounds.
Woman Found Dead.
Bellefontalne, O., Feb. 11. Mrs. John
Rennlck, 80, was found dead In the
barnyard at her home near here.
From a letter written by Rev. J.FGun
dcrman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are
permitted to make this extract: " I have
no hesitation in recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery, as the results were
almost marvelous in the case of mv wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist Church
at Rives Junction she was brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Teirible paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's New
Discovery ; it was quick in its work and
highly satisfactory in results." Trial
bottles free at J. James Wood's drug
store. Regular size 50c and $1.
1 . ,
Canada Knocked Out.
Washington, Feb. 11. Senator Frye
secured the passage by the senate of a
bill amending the navigation lows in.
important particulars affecting the
coasting trade of this country. The.
bill is intended especlajly to prevent
Canadian vessels from, securing an un
due share of the carrying business be
tween Alaskan and other American
To Enlurj-e Yellowstone Fark.
Washington, Feb. 11. Senator Hans
brough, at the instance of, the secretary
of the interior, introduced q bill for
the enlargement of Yellowstone Na
tional park so as to Increase the area
from 3,312 square miles to 6,566 square
Favorable Report Itlade.
Washlnston, Feb. 11. The house
committee on Indian affairs reported
favorably a bill to ratify the agree
ment with the. Comanche, Kiowa and
Apache Indians in Oklahoma.
.Washington, Feb. 11. The statement
of the condition of the treasury shows:
Available cash balance, $216,737,258;
cold reserve, $165,369,712.
A Great Book Free 1
When Dr. R. V. Hcrce, of JJuffalo, N. Y., publish
cd tho first edition of his great work, The Com
mon Senso Medical Adviser, ho announced tint
after 680 000 copies had been sold at the regular
price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on which would
repay him for tho great amount of labor and
money expended in producing It, ho would dis
tribute the next half million Jreo. As this num
ber of copies has already been sold, he is now
giving away, absolutely free, 600,000 copies of
this most complete, interesting and valuable
common sense medical work ever published
tho recipient only being required to mall to him,
at above address, twenty-one (21) one-contCstamps
to cover cost oftmalllng only, and the bock will
bo sent post-paid. It is a veritable medical li
brary, complete in ono volume. Contains 1003
pages, profusely Illustrated. Tho Free Edition Is1
precisely tho samo as tbatlsold at 81.60 except
only that tho books aro lnjjstrong manjlla paper
covers Instead of cloth. Send now before all are
given away. ,
GREEN COFFEE-) lb 12J15
MOLASSES new crop, gallon 60
Golden Syrup 35 10
SUGAR Yellow, ) lb.
ElUIKUUUi, tnUMJI UU)I) ffldd
xira u, o if- i... 4
A, lb- 6
uranuittteu, ft id o
Now Orleans. B) lb , . fi
TEA8-? tt m 60&1 00
COAL OIL-Heacwgbt. gallon 12
BACON urcaKiast, iti id jo i
uiearsiues, ft id $
J Jams, ti id ii
Shoulders. Ifl lb
BEANS $ gallon 20
EGGS $ dozen... 0
FLOUR-Llmestone, 1)1 barrel 85 25
uia uoia, w oarrei 6 25
Maysvlllo Fancy, ) barrel 4 75
Mason County, $ barrel 4 75
Morning Glory. ! barrel 4 75
Roller King, l barren 6 25
Magnolia, 1 barrel.- -4-75
Bluo Grass, IB barrel 1 475
' Graham, V sack 12 16
OinONS-TBTeck... - 40
POTATOES- peck 25 -
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHSBArSAXZ AND OHIO
No, 16 .10.05 a.m.
Ko. 2. 1:85 p. m.
XO-.1M 6:25 p.m.
No.20f 7:60 p.m.
No. 4 10.46 p. m
Ncr. 17 8-60 a. m?
So. 3 3.85 p. m
No.lSt 4.85 p.m'
Daily, tally except Sunday
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
6:47a. m.; Baltimore, 8 00 a. m.U'hlladelphla, 10:15
a. m.; New York, 12:43 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
5.00 p. m. r
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 3:45 p. m.; New York, 9:05 p. n.
Cincinnati Fast Lino No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
7:55 a. mi.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point CQmiortVy trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection Bt Cincinnati (or all polms
Wcst.and South. ,
NO. 1,2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Msysvllle
Trains 15 17. 18, 19 and 20 stop at the St. Charles
Hotel, Mavsvlllc'for passengers. ' '
For full Information and rates to all points East
and West, apply to .
6:47 a. m. for Paris, Loir
lngton, Clncln'tt Rlcb
winm.. Ua..n1 I ,!.,
ston, Jelllco; Mlddlcaborongh, Cumberland Gap
Frankforti'Loulsvllle and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Uavsvillcr at 1125 n. m. for Paris. Clnclnr
nan, .Lexington, wincncstOTi jtionmona, ana
points on N. a. ana M: v.i-Eastcrn Division.
, . Northbound.
Arrive at Maysvllleat 9:45 a. in. and 8.80 p.m
, All trains dally except Sunday r ft
A dogged sense of superiority in our Laundry
methods makes us bay that we can launder a
Shirt, Cuff or Collar to your satisfaction better
than any other laundry in town We have never
yet failed to please In color, finish or effect, and
know that we (an cater to the most particular
taste. WILSON & 1JASKETT.
'Phono 163. Ofllee and Works 121 West Third,
Down town office with Lee it Ballenger.
L. H. Landman, M. D.,
4UWcst Ninth Street Cincinnati, 0.,will be at
me uentrai iioici, juaysvmc, y., tuu.ks.uay,
MARCH 3, returning every flrstThureday In each
month. Glasses adjusted to all forms of defect
ive vision at popular prices.
JAMES U. KEHOE,
Attorney at iictaar.
Offloe: Court street, east side.
NOTIf'E All persons having claims against
the estate of John Wheeler, deceased, will pre
sent them properly authenticated for-payment j
and those knowing themselves Indebted to said
estate will please come forward and pay the same
without further notice.
GEOKGE V. OLDHAM,
Executors of Johu Wheeler, deceased.
Ulkfit Pitnnu Namall
Very Jruer but ,lt KH!l Xlt'PBfnjJ
Sold Evarywhere, EverVDay F
Without Rsllsf, There Is' No Pay I
Homcscekcrs Excarsions Feb. 1st anil 15th,
March 1st and 15th.
On the above datea tho O. and 0. will
sell round trip tickets to certain points
in (he West, South and Southwest at rate
of, one fare plug. $2. ftetqrn lim jt twenty
one dayB. For further information annlv
to ticket agent O. and O. railway.
, ,- M 1
New, Firm flew Priccq,
Waeon work, buearv work and nlow .
pairing at Short & Kain'e, corner t,ime-
Btono anu second.
WmSgr A-CHANGE3 OP WA
Hr - TER etcj
VI SCRATCHES-BITES OP:
f 6tf EAKS t
"You J)ont Carry
An English proverb true but applicable.
Don't Buy China at Dry Goods.pr Depart
ment Stores; HVDangerous. We'Study the
business and claim to know it. Our stock of
Just Imported, Is tho largest and most carefully
selected, consisting of the best things to be found
In that beautiful, light, thin, transparent China,
so dear- to every- lover of ceramics. Cups and
Saucers-r-Thofavorlte Blue Owarlat 5c.; the dainty
Mltino atSc; the famous Scljt at 17c; the pleas
lng Gugl at 25c.. and many others. Sugar aud
Creams Large sires Aldzu at 15c. per pajr. If
you don't getono of these you will miss a bargain.
xataici at bw,
If, 1 h A
CD. RUSSELL & CO.,
THE CHINAMEN. .
, , NEW FIIIM NEW GOODS .,
Successors to 8. A. Shanklln,
t-eers.ink ,, ,
Grates, Mantels, Tinware, Blued, White and
Granite Ware, Galvanized Tabs, Buckets
and everything carried in a first-
class Tin store.
and Eclipse Stoves and Ranges. Personal atten
Hon given Tin Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting and
general Job Work.
Tudor Building, Market M.
To our new Coal Docks, 302 E. Second
street, and will sell SEMI-CANNEL
and KANAWHA COAL at prices oth
ers ask for Fomeroy Coal.
Orders Jwill receive prompt attention If left at
McCarthey 's Jewelry Store or Tom
Entire Wheat Bread?.
Rich In Gluten.
Made from the genuine Franklin Mills
Flour, a fine flour of the entire wheat
and possesses all its food properties,
making the most nourishing bread food
in the world. Baked fresh daily fay
THE F. H. TRAXEL COMPANY.
All persons holding claims against the assigned
tstate af Delmoro Daulton will pleaso present
them to me at onco, verified according to law
Parties indebted to the estate are notified to call
at once and settle.
o T HARRY L. WALSH, Assignee.
8-tf Law office, Milton Johnson, Court street.
0. BURGESS TAYLOR,
attorSby at Irf.
Special attention given to Collection of Claims.
211 Court Street, Maysville, Ky.
Office. No. 130 W. Seeond fltrpM Tit. Rnlh's nlrt
stand. Telephone No. 97, at residence, when my
services are needed at night.
C. F. Zweigart & Co.,
W EAT MARKET.
Second and Sutton Btbots..
DR. P. G. SMOdl?,
General Practitioner of Medicine and Surgery,
Special attention given to diseases of tho
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Office and residence : No. 30 West Third street.
Office hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p. in. Telephone No. 61.
. T. D. SLATTERY,
Attorney at Law,
216$ Court street. Maysvlllo, Ky. Collections
nd settlement of estates a specialty.
Attorney at LaWi
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
Fompt attention to Collections and legal matters.
3U rears experience enables
mo to scieutincally treat and
effectually cure Cancer and
yrm. ? Tumpr without the knife.
W-page book ent'f reei 'Ad Jrepi Dr LitilOratlRny,
Norfolk Did,, etb and lm tits., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Leonard & Lailey