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A Special Muslin Underwear Sale !
We just received over three hundred samples of the very latest and best makes of Mus
lin Underwear, enduding full lines of Gowns, Drawers, Skirts and Corset Covers. No two
garments alike These will be on sale for this week at Manufacturers' prices.
DRAWERS at 19c, 25c, 35c., 50c. and 69c, all of superior muslin, neatly tucked,
GOWNS at 49c, 59c, 99c, 79c and 89c, cut with high and low neck, best grade
muslin and Cambric, lace and embroidery trimmings.
SKIRTS at 35c, 49c, 69c. and 75c, all made full with deep trimming.
CORSET COVERS, J4c, 19c, 29c, 39c. and 49c These are all styles, includ
ing vthe latest full back and front and neatly trimmed.
See this underwear before the best are picked over.
"We buy Linens and Crashes in such large lots as to be classed jobbers, not retailers.
You get the benefit of this by not having to pay the jobbers' profit, as you do in other retail
stores. A striking instance of this is a J5c Turkish Bath Towel, 42x20 inches at 9c; Tow
els of regular 15c quality 9c? 25c quality J5c, 30c quality J9c; a heavy, wide, Crash
bleached and unbleached, warranted made of pure flax, sold everywhere at 8Jc, our price
6 Jc. A great stock of high grade linens at prices way below others.
Some recent arrivals of latest fads in our Fancy Goods department. Pompadour Combs
at J5c, Pt. D'esprit ties, good width and extra long, at 39c and upwards. Ladies' Silk
Ties, dainty shades and nobby plaids, 75 cents and upwards. Extra, special length, can be
used for sashes, $1.35. Devotees of Dame fashion can find it to their special interest to give
this department a critical inspection.
Tlie Slayer of Oscar Gainby Found Not
Guilty Goes Free.
In the Circuit Court Friday afternoon
the jury in the case of the Common
wealth against Fred Bass'retumed a ver
dict of not guilty, and the accused was
Bass shot and killed Oscar Gamby at u
negro dance near Germantown about a
year ago. The murdered man had the
reputation of being one of the best ne
groes in that section.
Commonwealth's Attorney Daum was
assisted in the prosecution by County At
torney O'Donnell and Mr. Thomas Slat
tery. Ex-Senator "Worthington and ex
County Attorney Whitaker appeared for
PROPRIETORS BEE HIVE
Kings of LOW PRICES'
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES.
The Herman Given by Maysvillo Assembly
One of the Most Enjoyable Events
of the Season.
It would have been quite the thing for
old JJeptune toliave sent his shell around
to convey the guests to his hall last even
ing. But in spite of the down-pour there
was a large attendance at the german
given by Maysville Assembly, and every
thing "wont merry as a marriage bell."
Mrs. Hiram Chenoweth dispensed the
favors. The german was led most skill
fully by Mr. Stanley Watson, with Miss
Mae Burgess, the latter looking bewilder
ing in pale pink organdie over satin.
Some of the other couples taking part
Mr. Carroll Power Miss Margaret Duke Wat
son: blue organdie over silk.
Mr. Ben Cox Miss Boyd; pluk chltton over
Mr. Asa Burgess Miss Florence Wmlswortli;
white chiffon over satin.
Mr. Dulin Moss Miss Suzanne Hall ; pale green
Mr. Hall Strode Miss Ltda Rogers ; white chif
fon over satin.
Mr. Calvart Meag Miss Marian Worniald ; accordion-plaited
yellow organdie, black velvet.
Mr. Frank Wormald-Mlss Belle Watson ; white
organdie, satin ribbons.
Mr. Ad. Wadsworth-MIss Collins ; black chif
fon over silk.
Mr. Courtcuoy Kcspess Miss Johnson ; black
satin and pink chiffon.
Mr. Harry Collins Miss Mary Cox ; whlto chif
fon over silk, American Beauties.
Mr. Robert BIssett Miss Best.
Mr. Harry Wood Miss Webb.
Among the patronesses wero Mesdames Duke,
Perrle, Walsra, Hall, Smoot, Gelsel and Russell.
SHOOTING IN LEWIS..
A Woman Killed anil Three Other Persons
Nows reached here Friday of a fatal
elnoting affray at Noah, noarJ'.Esculapia
A special from Vancoburg says : "Con
stable W. 0. Cropper, with a posso of
citizens, went to arrest a family named
Crow, near Esculapia Springs, and a
pitched battle took placo, in which old
lady Crow was shot and killed by Con
stable Cropper, aud two of the Crow girls
"One of the girls shot Deputy Bill
Thackor in the forehead, and tried to cut
his throat with a bulcher-knifo."
Charles Hobd and Mollio Hord, col
ored, applied for a marriage license this
morning. t t
i j lloellleh's Snot Cash Bargains.
Fifty cent table linen, 33c; $1.25 do.,
89c; 25c. towels, 20c; new percales 10c.
Utica sheeting cheaper than elsewhere.
Georgetown, 0., is to have a canning
Asparagus tips and petit pois peas,
Fihe Insurance. Pickett & Respess,
successors to Duley & Baldwin.
The regular February term of the
County Court will he held next Monday.
See Charles Wetzel for headlight oil
and gasoline. Cans furnished to patrons.
Best stock of carpets, mattings, lino
leums, shades, &c, at Hoeflich's special
Dk. W. T. Burdick, of Tollesboro, is
reported very dangerously ill with pneu
State Treasurer Long has issued a
call for 840,000 worth of interest-bearing
warrants up to May 211, 1S05.
Congressman Puoii has secured a pen
sion of $10 a month and back pay amount
ing to $250 for John R. Lester, of Boyd
The new K. of P. Lodge at Brooksville
will be instituted February 22nd. Eight
een of the best men of the town will be
Murmiy, the jeweler, is displaying
something entirely new, jeweled girdles
for the ladies. Call and learn prices; he
has marked them very low to introduce
Joseph Lilleston, who has been oper
ating a feather renovator at Berry, Har
rison County, made an unsuccessful at
tempt at suicide Thursday, by cutting his
Martin Devon, charged with breaking
into an outhouse and stealing chickens
from Mr. James Best of the county, was
triel Friday in the Circuit Court and
found not guilty.
In the absence of the pastor who is at
Simpsonville, Rev. O. M. Schoonover will
preach at the Christian Church to-morrow
at 10:45 a. in. and 7 p. in. The public
Mr. John I. Fisher, cashier of the De-
nosit Bank at North Middletown, was
married at 1:80 o'clock Thursday after
noon to Miss Allio Goff, at the homo of
the latter's father, Mr. Thomas Gaff, in
Mr. B. B. Pollitt was yesterday ap
pointed Deputy County Clerk and took
the oath of offico. Ho is one of the city's
industrious and worthy young men, and
has been assisting County Clerk Wood
sinco the latter entered on his duties.
The osteopath of Kentucky is of few
days and full of trouble. Tho Legisla
ture has decidod that tho now physicians
must go. The Goebel bill providing that
they must havo a certificate from tho
State Board of Health, which had been
passed by tho Sonato, was favorably acted
on by tho House Judiciary Committee,
and it will likely bo adopted at onco.
Our one-thir d-of f-the-regular-price
sale will positively close on
the J 5th o( this month. To date
this sale has proven the greatest
we ever inaugurated. It is true
that many of our finest gar
ments were sold at actually less
than cost. We have the proud
satisfaction of knowing that the
public believes in our newspa
It would be to our interest to
stop our one.-third-off sale now,
as we were relieved of an enorm
ous quantity of merchandize in
the past ten days, but we said
the sale will continue until the
J 5th of February, and we al
ways do what we say we will.
It will be your loss, not ours, if
you do not avail yourself of the
opportunity to buy the best of
Clothing for less money than
you buy the ordinary goods efse
tThe Henderson (Ky.) Wool
en Mills wanted to turn J 300
pairs of JEANS PANTS into
spot cash. We werethe only
house here that would make an
offer for such a large quantity.
We got them. Next week
and only that week 04th to
J 9th of February) we will sell,
for spot cash, $J.25 JEANS
PANTS for 85 cts. No more
than two pairs to a customer.
S1 THERE are one hundred g
JET I Cloaks in Browning & z
Cos stock which must S
be sold These cost from $4 5
to $J0, and will be sold for z
what they will bring Come z
and look at them and make
us an offer -
JOHN C ADAMSON,
j Assignee Browning1 & Co. g
NEW SPRING GOODS
w York Stor
OF HAYS & CO.
White Good?, Hamburgs, Lares, Ginghams, Dress Goods, large Plaids,
sold everywhere at 10c , our price Sic. Large-sized Towels 5c, worth 10c.
Fine unbleached Table Linen 31c, woitli 35c. SPRING DRESS GOODS
cheaper than anywhere elfe. Nice double-width Figured Dress Goods
10c, worth L'Oo. "We handle Dress Goods up to the finest quality, but
low in price. Bleached and unbleached Muslin and Sheetings for family
u?e cheaper than anywhere else. Bedtickings from the cheapest to the
best. See our l'JJc. Ticking, worth 20c.
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoe3; a great variety and cheaper than
over. Fee our !Sc Ladies' Shoo.
CLOTHING AND HATS.-Men's Suits from $2.50 up. See our
$4.1)0 Men's bpst Suit, worth $S; it's a daisy. Men's unbleached Jeans
Pants 95c. You can't beat it.
HAYS & CO.
NEW YORK STORED
SPECIAL. Fivo hundred dozen best Machine Thread, two spools, two
hundred yards each, for Cc.
W fl !
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. & x &
m B- B-A-ilTSOISSr cSs CO.
HEWER & CO.
Mb. August Miller was yesterday ap
pointed postmaster at Minerva.
Mr. George H. Heiskr is the first to
replace the plate glass windows broken
by tho opera house fire.
The County Board of Tax Supervisors
in Fayette increased tills year's assess
ment of that county over $2o0,000.
Governor Bradley has offered a re
ward for Newton Frazier, colored, who
killed his wife at Lewisburg a month or
so ago. Frazier was in Virginia when
last heard of.
The growth of tho order of Knights of
Pythias has beon something phenomenal.
Thouch it was organized only twenty-
eight years ago, it is now tho second
largest secret order in tho United btates.
First Baitist Church. Sunday Rchool
at 9:15 a. in. Young people's meeting (t
p. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and t p.
m. Tho Rev. W. P. Harvey, D. D of
Louisville, will preach at the morning
hour. It is hoped that all members will
try to attend. A most cordial invitation
is extonded to all. I. P. Trotter,
Uacklcn's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, s"alt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos
itively euros piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For salo by J . James wood,
T. HENRY PECOR.
LIKE INSURANCE POLICIES bought for casb.
T. J. WILLISON, 17 Illymycr Hutldlng, Cin
I70H 8AI.E Good jiulr of work mules nt a bar
J cnln. Well broko and in Rood order. Call
at ALEXANDER IIH03.' livery stable. 10-tWI
TTIOR SALE A road cart and harness, good as
3 new. Will bo sold cheap. Apply to JOHN
O'NEAL. Tuckahoe. Ky.
T7I0U SALE Ouo Rood second-hand ready ele
3 vator. Also ono Rood secoud-liaud tube
boiler. PEAKCE& FOSTER. 7-dCt
FOR SALE A No. 1 tiultar and case, cheap.
Apply at RAY'S DRUG STORK. tf
I' TlOR SALEA limited amount of Whlto Uur-
ley Tobacco Seed, grown bv tho undersigned
In 1807 from seed grown in 1S72. Thjg tobacco
has all tho characteristics of tho original whlto
tobacco of thirty years ago, tho stalk and stem
being white and will color well on heavy soil.
Prlco &0 cents per ouuco and 2o cents per half
ounce. This seed can bo obtained only from
Tnos. J. Chenowoth, druggist, or myself, nt Mays-
Title. Ky. JAMES C.OWENS. J20-0w
TrORBA LE A finely Improved larm ol 73 acre,
Ij at Jllllersburg, Ky. Tho rcsldenco fronts
on Main strcot, and contains nine rooms. Prett
lawn full of lovely flowers, evergreens ana shade
trees. All kinds of fruit: two large grnpoarbont.
For terms and other luformatlou address MRS.
ADA SMITH. Mlllerebunr. Ky. 27-tf
fOR SALE A nlco buildtug lot In Slsth ward,
JlJ nearly opposlto street car barn. Apply at