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The Bee Hive!
The Court of Appeals has affirmed the
case of Vlcroy against Vicroy, with dam
ages. Section' Boss William Trainer, who
waa killed at Foster Friday night by the
special train, leaves a wife and four chil
dren. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
YOUR EASTER BONNET PARAPHERNALIA can be purchased here. We do not trim hats,
but we sell great quantities of the trimmings. It's to be Ribbons and Flowers this season,
and we have them both galore. A large bunch of Violets at 4c., still larger bunches at 8c;
Carnations and Roses in all colors at 7c; a great cluster of Daisies and American Beauty
Roses at J5c; and then there are Lilies of the Valley, Buttercups, Sweet Peas, Lilacs and
Snow Balk at prices ranging from J5c. to 39c. Th'ese are all rare imitations of nature's
choicest productions, at ridiculously low prices. Have you seen the narrow two-toned
Ribbon? The proper thing for your new hat or bonnet. We have them in all colors at 4
cents a yard.
SPEAKING OF TRIMMINGS, you should see our great stock of all sorts of Braids. These
will be largely used for all styles of dresses. We have new Tubulars in all shades, from 5
to IOc. a yard. Black Braids in all widths from JOc. upwards, and a late novelty is a tin
seled Soutache in all colors at 5c. a yard. This trimming stock is truly large and varied,
and prices as ever way below others.
WE CANNOT BEGIN TO TELL YOU all that we would like about our great stocks of
Ginghams, Percales, Madras Cloths, Egyptian and French Tissues, Organdies, etc. Briefly,
they are all here in great profusion and at prices to suit prudent purchasers.
WE ARE MAKERS OF STRAW GOODS. Observe our window display of Ladies' Straw
Sailors at 50c, 75c and $1.00. They cannot be equaled anywhere. Also a great line of
Hats and Caps for the little tots at J 5c. and upwards. It will pay you to inspect these.
RAIDERS AGAIN AT WORK.
Cat Down a Gate, Destroyed Part of the
Tollhouse and Threaten To Kill
Tollgate raiders visited the Helena and
Wedonia gate last Friday night about 11
o'clock and cut the' pole down.
They also destroyed a greater part of
the tollhouse, and then left a warning to
the keeper, T. F. Kiff, that if he collected
toll again they would kill him.
There were about ten or fifteen of them.
They rode into the lower end of Helena
and hitched their horses and then walked
up to the gate shooting as they went.
Some of the inhabitants thought that war
had been declared with Spain and that
they were in the midst of a battle.
This gate is situated in Helena ono
mile from the L. and N. depot at Helena
Big rise at headwaters.
Virginia down this evening and Bay
to-night. Stanley up for Pomeroy.
The total coal shipments last week from
Pittsburg are soid to aggregate about 10,
250,000 bushels, which is the banner week
for the present year.
The big Harry Brown passed down at
at noon Saturday with a tow of coal. She
is the finest towboat afloat. A Mays
villian, Captain Tom Nolin, is her stew
ard. 0-iptain Jim Martin, the well-known
Cincinnati and Pittsburg pilot, has been
appointed to the command of the Cincin
nati and Pomeroy packet Lizzie Bay, in
place of Captain Win. Kirker, who is still
ill at Ripley, O.
About one hundred Pittsburg coalboats
and barges have been sunk during tho
last ninety days. This represents a loss
of over S123,000. O. Jutte's Company
alone is said to have lost thirty-five coal
boats during that time, besides a number
of barges. W. H. Brown's Son has also
been a heavy loser. Not only have very
bad losses been sustained, but there has
been loss of life.
Evangelistic Services To-night.
The Rev. S. M. Griffith, of Springfield,
O., rtn evangelist is in our city and will
begin a series of services to-night at tho
court houso at 7 o'clock. This brother
comes with good letters of credit and has
done fine work in tho Master's vineyard
at other points. Tho meetings are under
tho auspices of tho local Y. M. O. A
Everybody welcome. Come, without
w money anu whuuuk jhv,.
Rest of All.
To cleanso tho system in a gentle find
truly beneficial manner, whon the spring
time comes, use the true and perfect rem
edy, Syrup of Figs. Buy the genuine.
Manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Company only, and for sale by all drug
gists at 50 cents per bottle.
THE BEE HIVE
Fresh fish daily at O'Keefe's.
The Bee Hive has put in a new floor.
The rainfall since Saturday amounted
to 1.37 inches.
For mixed paints that are guaianteed.
call at Ray's Postofiice drug store.
Charles Breckinridge, of Paris, has
been granted a pension of $10 a month.
PosTomcES have been established at
King's Store and Compton, Boyd County.
Trv "The Senate." Best 5 cent cigar
in tho city. 210 Market street. Open
Ed. Alexander's cycle policy pay $25
per week ; costs only $7.50 for six months
in "Aetna Life."
The Grand Commandery Knights Tem
plar of Kentucky will meet in this city
May ISth and 10th.
The Pastor's Union of this city will
meet this Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
in tho study of Dr. Hays.
The F. H. Traxel Company have had
laid a now floor and made other improve
ments at their confectionery.
Mr. Gordon Sulser is a member of the
Centre College, base ball club. Dickey
Van Winkle is coaching the team.
For Sale One hundred bushels choice
English Blue Grass Seed, S1.00 per bushel.
Apply to J. A. Walton, Germantown, Ky.
One case in four of smallpox lis fatal,
while the death rate of those who have
been vaccinated is not ono in 450; so says
a medical expert.
The shade trees for Fountain iPlace
were set out Saturday Mr. Elias Scudder.
Thore are six of them and they areknown
as Carolina poplar.
Messrs. M. O. Russell & Co. received a
letter this morning from tho Wellman &
Dwire Tobacco Company, of Quincy, 111.,
donating $5 cash to tiio opera houso fund.
The Court of Anneals has affirmed tho
decision of tho Campbell Circuit Court in
the case of Ed. Stevens vorsus the.Com
monwealth, who was given a ten-year
sentence for participation in an assault
on Mrs. Bertha Gleason.
Dr. A. N. Ellis, ot Ellis'ELanding,
Brooks' Bar, has rented his farm in Ad
ams County and will resume the practice
of his profession either hero in MaysvilJe
or up at Manchester until next October,
when ho will return to Cincinnati and
fill a chair in ono of tho medical colleges
as professor of diseases of tho throat.
While a party of lumbermen woro run
ning n chute in Kinniconnick Creek their
raft went to pieces on submerged bowl
ders, and Charles Crapman was drowned,
while two of his companions rccolved
broken arms and another a broken log.
Hod it not been for timely assistance from
another party of lumbermen camped bo
low tho chuto the entire party of seven
would have been drowned.
At Newport Friday Mrs. Bertha Glea
son, the woman criminally assaulted a
few mouths ago, was given a judgment
for $3,000 as damages from one of her
assailants, John Weber. He was an
heir to considerable property, and was
the only one against whom civil suit was
We will bo at Wells & Huff's stable,
Maysville, Ky., Wednesday, March 23,
189S, to buy a car-load'of good saddle and
driving horses. Bring them in in good
condition, nnd get the cash for them.
Turkey & Smith, Cynthiana, Ky.
That Easter Suit ot
and Your Boy's.
Why not get it from us ?
Not only can we save you
money on every purchase, but
we have a most charming va
riety to select from.
To see our complete line of
Tailor-made Suits is to see the
most perfect creations of foreign
and domestic tailoring art.
Let us tell you about several
items of our Spring importations.
First A complete line of L.
Adler Bros. & Co. Merchant
Tailored Suits and Pants.
Second A complete line of
the Stein Bloch Co. exclusively
tailored Suits and Pants.
Third A complete line of
Straus & BrosHigh Art Cloth
ing, and a complete line of Fech
heimer, Kiefer & Co.'s Custom
All of the above mentioned
firms are noted as the producers
of the very best of Men's goods
Boys' and Children's
are made for us (exclusively)
by the celebrated houses of
Kane, McCaffrey & Co. and
H. Kuhn & Sons, New York,
few as good, none better.
Our Spring stock of HATS,
Shirts, Neckwear and Footwear
is simply par excellence.
Our Spring stock of
is here. They are from the cel
ebrated manufacturers of Pack
ard & Field, Brockton, Mass.,
and Smith & Stoughton, Bos
ton. Look in our windows and
see the goods and prices.
hechihger & CO.
! BUGGIES, BICYCLES!
West Second St., Maysville.
At tho New York Store of
fresh from the mills. Come in and
by buying from us.
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The newly frescoed M. E. Church,
South, presents a veryhaudsome appear
The pension of Michael O. Sullivan, of
Poplar Flat, has been increased from SO
Samuel Kennebv and Mary E Apple
gate were married Saturday by Judge
John L. WiiiTAKEn qualified Saturday
as guardian of Mary E. Applegate, with
A. F. Wood suroty.
Bon Clayton was arrested last night
for stabbing "Peggy" Haeson. Ilasson
was cut in the back and was not danger
The grand jury nt Covington returned
220 indictments last week. Many of thorn
were against Cincinnati corporations for
doing business in this Stato without com
plying with tho corporation law.
Maysville Chapter No. 9, R. A. M.,
will meet in stated communication this
evening at 7 o'clock. "Work in M. M.
degres. A full attendance is desired.
By ordor of A. II. Thompson, II. P.
R. P. Jenkins, Secretary.
The personal estate of tho lato Mrs.
Mary L. Boughnor was appraised at
$0,200. Tho estato consists of one Owens
mortgage bond SoOO, flvo street railway
bonds S500, ono city bond SoOO, three
Mason County bonds $1,500, ono Franklin
County bond $1,000, and U. S. bonds
Hays & Co. the biggest line of.
look nt them. You can save money
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. & & & & &
T. HENRY PECOR.
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FOR dALK A pairof scales, suitable for a gro
cer. WIU sell cheap. Apply at this oOlce.
FOR SALE-A limited amount of Whlto Hur
ley Tobacco Seed, grown bv the undersigned
In lh'.)7 from seed grown In l71. This tobacco
has nil tho characteristics of tho orlulnnl wlilto
tobacco of thirty years ago, tho stalk and stem
being whlto and will color well on heavy soil.
1'rico 50 cents per ounco and 25 cents per half
ounce. This seed can be obtained only from
Tnos. J. Chonowoth.drueelt, or myself, nt Jiays
Vllle, Ky. JAMES C. OWENS. jffl 0w
JL HE creditors of Jas. I!. Key are hereby noti
fied that the undersigned, his assignee, will lo
at tho office of K. L. Worthlngton , Maysville, Kv.,
from April I5th to April 50th, 1S93, Inclusive, to
recclvo claims ngnlnst said estate. I). J. REE3,
March 11th, isos. Asslgnco ot Jas. B. Key.
The O. and O.'s earnings tho second
week of March show an increase of $11,
051 compared with tho corresponding
period a year ago.