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The Bee Hive!
More Than Twenty-five Cases and Bales
Reached us within the lost few days, all filled with new spring merchandise.
All of this great stock purchased direct from manufacturers or their agents,
enabling us to sell, them at prices way below others. Some more great bar
gain arrivals in our Dress Goods department. A very superior Plaid, for
which you usually pay 25c, we are now selling at 15c. A great collection of
Novelty Dress Goods, pretty patterns and colors, at 29 and 39c. The latest
thing in thin stuffs, called "Egyptian Tissue," and used principally for shirt
J waists, selling in the metropolitan stores for 35c, our price 25c Don't fail to
Popular Price Percales.
A great aggregation of 'em. Sold everywhere for JOc, your choice of these
at 7c On the same bargain table you will find fancy colored Dimities worth
8c, our price 5 jc. Besides a large line of fine Organdies, regular 18c. quality,
but sold here at J2c. And then, too, Perkinades, splendid.material for skirts
and shirt waists, 8Jc.
Linens, Crashes, White Goods, Etc
Our stock of these is almost filled to overflowing. Wonderful additions within
the past week of Dimities, India Linens, Nainsooks, Damask and HuckTow
v els, Table Linens and Napkins at values so great and prices so low that they
will astonish you. You will be all the wiser by giving this stock a critical
For this week we will sell PRIDE OF THE WEST BLEACHED MUSLIN,
considered the very best of its kind made, one yard wide, and never before
sold under J2jc, for this week only JOjc.
PROPRIETORS. OF THE BEE HIVE.
KINGS OF LOW PRICES.
The Lifeless Hotly ofJuseph Node Discovered
Early This Morning in Newman's
Livery Stable Oflicc.
Joseph Bode was found dead early this
morning in the office at Newman's livery
stable on Wall street, between Front and
The discovery was made by John Dil
linger who went to the stable shortly be
fore 6 o'clock. John Sons, the other oc
cupant of the office last night, was still
asleep when Dillinger reached the office.
Son's dog was in the office, and Dillinger
was afraid to enter until ho called to
On entering, Dillinger found Bode
lying on a mattress on the floor in one
en i of the office. Sons had slept on a
bench. Dillinger called to Bode, but re
ceiving no response reached over and
took hold of his chin for the purpose of
shaking him and awakening him. He
was surprised to find Bode cold in death.
Bode waa up at 12 o'clock last night
and got a horse for a patron of the stable.
So far as known he had not complained
of -being ill. Deceased was forty-five
years old, and leaves two sons and two
' The remains were removed to Means'
undertaking rooms where an inquest
was held at 9:30 o'clock by Coroner Wood.
An examination of the body by Dr.
Reed disclosed no wound, and the suppo
sition is that death resulted from heart
disease or apoplexy. The inquest had
not been completed at 10:30 o'clock.
The remains will be buried some time
Jin. A. A. King, a brakeman on the 0.
and O.'s local freight train, was coupling
cars west of the depot about 0 o'clock
this morning when jhis left arm was
caught botween the bumpers and the
flesh badly crushed and bruised botween
the wrist and elbow. Fortunately no
bones were broken. His injuries were
dressed by Dr. Owens, assisted by Dr.
Horses and Mares Wanted.
I will be at Wells & Huff's stablo on
Market street on Wednesday, March Oth,
189S,' to buy fifty fat horses and mares.
Farmers will do well to bring in their
4 stock, in good shape, and got the money.
I SANroitn Carpenter.
1. 0. It. M.
Regular meeting of Wyandotte Tribe
No. 3, this sleep at the Boventh run.
Work In the adoption degree. A full at
J. H. Richardson, Sachem.
W. O. Pelham, O. of R.
Twelve new cases of smallpox were
discovered Wednesday at Middles
borough. 1 1
The authorities at Newport and other
Kentucky cities are requiring people to
The Paris Kentuckian reports Mrs.
James Arthur, of Millersburg, is in a
The court house bell will be put in
shape so as to sound the alarm of fire until
other preparations are made.
Edwakd L. Price, a wealthy citizen of
Lexington, committed suicide Wednes
day morning by shooting himself.
Hilltop neighborhood, in Fleming
County, is overrun with petty thieves.
They have stolen several hundred chick
Muiu'hv, the jeweler, has made a big
cut on prices of banquet lamps and onyx
top tables. Call and see these goods and
learn prices. He handles the B. & IJ.
The examining trial of Constable
Cropper and William Thatcher for kill
ing Mrs. Mary Crow in Lewis County
was held this week at Vanceburg and r -suited
in their discharge on the ground
A suit that has been pending for some
time in the Circuit Court was settled this
week, Dr. G. 31. Williams securing judg
ment for $50 against the Board of Educa
tion for making plans for the school
building in the Fifth ward.
Lizzie Loughridgb, a negro woman
whose homo was formerly in this city,
was cut and it is thought fatally wounded
in a fight on the public landing at Cin
cinnati yesterday. Her mother lives in
the Fifth ward and went to Cincinnati
Cincinnati Times-Star: "Birdie Mc
Cuno writes from Maysvillo, Ky., to the
County Clerk inquiring about nn alleged
secret marriage here of John T. Pugden
and Ida McDaniel. She alleges they are
from Aberdeen, and that she hasla breach
of promise suit pending against Pugden."
Messrs. J. T. Mastin and S. H. Dayton
have been awarded the contract for car
rying the mail between Maysville and
Mt. Olivet for the .next two years and
five months, and aro running a 'bus daily
between the points named. They will
give prompt attention to all orders for
delivery of goods along their route.
Stanford Interior Journal: "Two
tramps claiming to have come from Mid
dlesboro, left town in a hurry Saturday
night. Marshal Newland ordered them
to leave when ho learned that they came
from tho smallpox scene, but they re
fused and told tho ofiicor ho could put
them in jail if ho wanted to. 'Bring on
tho ropes and we'll hang them right
here,' yelled Mr. Newland to a crowd of
boys not far away, and in loss tirao than
it takes to tell if, th,o hoboes disappeared.'1
Tho snowfall this week was very heavy
in tho mountains-of West Virginia.
The marks at Pitttburg Bhow less than
5 feet, a very low 6tago for March.
Keystone State for Pittsburg and Stan
ley for Pomeroy to-night. Lizzie Bay
Defender took into Louisville the larg
est coal tow in many years, almost eqal
ing that of the Horner some years ago.
She had thirty nieces containing, it was
claimed, 530,000 bushels of coal. The
Raymond Horner and Jos. B. Williams
have also carried big tows into Louisville,
but the latter still carries the honors for
tho barinor tow of 1,705,000 bushels towed
down the Mississippi.
The State bicycle meet will be held at
Lexington June 20th and 21st.
Wanted a Small Farm.
I desire to rent a farm and would be
contented with a good small place. Ad
dress this office.
By reason of the unprecedent
ed large sale of Suits and Over
coats in this sale it left us quite
a lot of our finest Suits and
Overcoats in broken sizes ; also
quite a number of elegant Coats
and Vests in imported Clays,
Cheviots and unfinished worst
eds, from which the pants were
sold. If you can find your size
in any of these lots you can buy
the garments for less money
than the material in them cost.
We are going to close them out.
First come, first choice. Don't
miss this opportunity.
In Oar Windows
and you will see the best 50c.
Madrass bosom and cuff Shirt
in the world. They come in
all the newest spring shades.
Look in our windows and
you will see the best line of
MEN'S FINE SHOES in the
State. Our prices are
The qualities of these are satin
calf and calf skin.
Our Enamel, Russia Calf,
Boa Calf, Cordovan'and Patent
Leather Shoes are up to date.
HECHIH & CO,
I BROWNING I
I & CO 1
- Have disposed of a large quantity of
goods, but the part remaining includes -g
some of the most choice bargains. Es- -
g pecialiy is this true as regards Winter "-g
- Goods. It will pay you to see them.
Z. Remember everything sold at less than
Z original cost at BRO WNING'S
A new and complete line just brought on at
the New York fttore of
From the cheapest to the finest. It will pav vou to inspect them before
purcliHoinctho material to havo one built. We can sell you a fine Ready
made Skirt for less money than you can buy the goods. Convince your
self by looking.
Wo have just received the most complete assortment of these goods
ever shown in this city. Large size Doilies from 2c. up. The new style
in Sofa Pillows, Centerpieces, Picture Frames, Table Covers, Laundry
Bags, etc , etc. These articles will bo sold at our usual low cash prices.
Please call and look at them.
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. w x x &
. if1. IB. B-nrsonsr cSc oo.
Maysville Orchestra in choice and
charming selections to-night at court
house. Proceeds to go to opera house
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hurt, of
Springfield, 111., a nine-pound son. Mis.
Hurt will be remembered as Miss Lizzie
Sudduh, formerly of this city.
Four Millersburg physicians havo
agreed to treat tho inmates of the I. O. O.
F. Widows' and Orphans' Home free of
charge if it is located at that place.
The First National, Bank makes an ex
cellent showing in its statement else
where. The undivided profits are over
S12.000, and its individual deposits aro
Friends from extreme ends of town can
go to seo "A Great Catastrophe" to-night
at court house at 8:15, because streetcars
will be in waiting to convey them homo.
Admission 23 cents.
Quite a number of friends tendered
Mrs. Elizabeth Greenwood, of 439 West
Second street, a pleasant surprise yester
day afternoon in honor of her fifty-fifth
birthday. Tho occasion was very much
enjoyed by all present.
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin 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 sale by J. James Wood.
T. HENRY PECOR-
OU SALE Half Interest In the Old Gold Sn-
loon, 10.) Maiket street. Apply to JAR. v.
WELLS, Ht O. W. Roeers & Co,
1710R SALE Eggs, wariunuu uuuuuiu lliouu
2 Leghorn. CO cents for a setting of Ilfteen.
Add res JOS. COCH RAN. M svllle. Kv. 'J-5t
1" - IEE INSURANCE POLICIES bought lor cash.
U T. J. WILLISOX, 47 Blymjcr Building. Cin
clnnatl.O. 1710R SALE A No. I (lultar anil ease, cheap,
j Apply at RAY'S DRUG STORK tf
FOR SALE A limited amount or wniro Hur
ley Tobacco Seed, grown by tho undersigned
in 1S07 from seed grown in 1S72. This tobacco
has all the characteristics of tho original white
tobacco of thirty years ago, tho stalk and stem
being white and will color well on heavy soli,
l'rico 50 cents per ouuco and 25 cents per half
ounce. This seed can bo obtained only from
Trios J. Chenoweth. druggist, or myself, at Mays
ville, Ky. JAMES C. OWEN3. J29Cw
TJIOR RENT About ten acres of good tobacco
JL) and torn land with Rood frame, dwelling.
Apply to MRS. MARY L. D1MMITT Bernard. Ky.
I 71 OR RENT A brick dwelling houso, storo
room and out lniprocmcuts, with about
twenty-five acres land at. Tern Loaf, Mason
Countr, Kentucky. JOSHUA 11. BURGESS. Mavs
vllle, Ky. U Oteod
Eight new cases of smallpox aro rer
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