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The Bee Hive!
"TERSE STORE TIDINGS FOR EASTERTIDE
Our great stock never contained so much newness and goodness with such lowness of
prices as it does now. Prudent purchasers will prove the truthfulness of this by giving our
great variety of goods a critical inspection. Our resident buyer in the East keeps us in
touch with all the very latest novelties, and they are no sooner "out" but what they are
here, and at prices' that are right.
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
Always new arrivals in these departments. At J 9c. we have a great line of Novel
ties and a superior quality Storm Serge in all colors. At 35c. there is an all wool Serge that
you pay 50c. for elsewhere. At 50c. a silk and wool Novelty forty inches wide. Extra
special is a Brilliantine Mohair, a regular 75c. quality, full fifty inches wide, 39c. On the
Silk counters you will find a great line of Wash Silks at 25c, and a Black Brocaded Silk at
59c. that are especial bargains. Our line of Taffetas at 79c, 89c and $1.00 in all sorts of
shades, plaids and checks, can not be equaled in the State.
Made by a leading manufacturer to our especial orders, but we had to take them in
extra large quantities to sell them at these low prices. Corset Covers, well fitting and well
made, at 14c, 19c, 25c. and 35c. Gowns made with both high and low cut neck, of best
muslin cambric, all nicely trimmed, at 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c and $1. Skirts of good length,
mide with the proper fullness, trimmed with wide embroidery or lace, at 35c, 50c, 69c,
89c and $1. There is nothing in the way of superior lingerie that you will notlfind here
at less than popular prices.
OUR STOCK OP .ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, LADIES' SAILORS
AND MILLINERY RIBBONS IS CONSTANTLY
BEING ADDED TO.
SPECIAL EASTER SERVICES.
The Knights Templar anil Pythian Knights
Attend Services in a Body.
The festival of Eastertide was appro
priately celebrated last night at the M.
E. Church, South. The handsome and
commodious church was tastefully deco
rated by the ladies of the congregation
with palms and cut flowers. The music,
a special feature of tho service, was ren
dered by tho choir ably and efficiently
assisted by the choir, of the First Presby
terian Church. The Knight Templars of
Co'n.nandery No. 10 attended in a body.
The sermon was preached by Rev. J. S.
Sims, pastor of the church, and was lis
ene d to attentively by tho large congre
gation. The Knights of Pythias, seventy-five
in number, attended services in a body
yesterday at tho M. E. Church, Third
street, where they listened to a most elo
quent sermon from Rev. F. W. Ilarrop.
The church was beautifully decorated
with flowers, and having been recently
newly cirpeted and lonovated through
out. Everything looked very beautiful
on the bright Easter morning. All went
away delighted with the services and tho
The river continues falling at all points
above, though more slowly than for the
past few days.
Mr. Samuel Fearn, the United States
Steamboat Inspector, says tho little
steamer Louise is tho first boat to com
ply with the law which requires all
steamers not having hinged chimneys to
have their whistles extend at least six
ieet above- the tops of their pilot houses.
The steamer J. B. Williams, owned by
O. Jutte & Co., of Pittsburg, has again
broken the record for tho biggest tow of
coal over handled on tho Western rivers.
She is reported to be below Cairo with
fifty-one coal boats ahead of her, pushing
steadily toward tho South. This tow
contains 1,275,000 bushels of coal, or 43,
350 tons. Allowing thirty tons for tho
car this would load 1,011 freight cars,
which would make a solid train ten
The contractors who will build the
Upper Ohio river locks expect to com
mence work on them some time this
wtjek. Tho contractor who will build
the locks on tho Uppor Monongahela
river has affairs in good shape. Much of
the stono which will bo used in the con
struction of tho locks will be delivered
The Chronicle Telegraph aays : "Tho
Pittsburg steamboat inspectors have re
fljsolvpd notico from Washington of a ro
fcont decision that all boats must bo
equipped with bolls, and that when tied
up during a fog tho bells must bo sounded
onco every minute, ono tap being given
if tho boat is on tho right bank. For
failuro to obsorvo this rule tho owner of
an offending steamer is liable to a fine
not exceeding $50."
THE BEE HIVE
Tky the "Senate" 5c. cigar. 210 Market
Crescent chainless, now on exhibition
at J. T. Kackley & Co's.
Ice cream soda water at Henry W.
Ray's Postofllco Drug Store to-day.
Mr. J. M. Collins qualified as a Notary
Public, with T. D. Slattery as surety.
The friends of Mrs. John Peebles will
regret to learn that she remains very ill.
Russia is now importing about three
quarters of a million tons of iron and
steel annually from other countries.
Miss Alexander desires the public to
know that Mrs. John Altmeyer was
awarded the silver set she has been dis
Mrs. Conover, an old lady residing near
Shepherdsville, accidentally fell into an
open fireplace the other day and was bur
nod to death.
As a result of tho recent order closing
tho slot machines here, Rome of these in
nocent looking pieces of furniture wore
draped in mourning Saturday.
Tun Maysvillo Assembly will entertain
atNeptune Hall Wednesday eveningfrom
8" to 12. Any ono failing to pay all dues
in advance will be refused admittance.
Mr. G. W. Crek, of Covington, who it
will bo remembered met with such a
severe accident a few weeks ago while on
his way homo on a bicycle, is rapidly re
covering. The business failures for the first quar
ter of 1S98, are smaller in number than
in any year since 1S6S, and the amount
of liabilities are 2G percent, smaller than
for last year.
Messrs. A. M. J. and Wm. Cochran,
assignees of George Wood, Sr., filed re
port ot sale of the remaining 150.08 acres
of land that sold at $00.50 per acie,
realizing 9,000 14.
Rii'LEY Bee: Mr. W. P. Loudon, who
has passed soventy-fivo winters in this
country, claims that no person over know
of a peach crop being killed from a freeze
while the tree was in bloom.
Attention is called to tho advertise
ment of Thompson & McAtee, dealers
in agricultural implements, buggies and
bicycles, that appears in another column.
They handle nothing but first-class goods
and sell them on a close margin.
The ladies in charge of tho Kentucky
tablo of the confederate relief bazar at
Baltimore, Md., have received from a
Kentucky gentleman an blier to loan an
original letter by Daniel Boone, which is
supposed to bo tho only ono in existence
According: to Commissioner of Agri
culture Mooro, tho peach, chorry and
pear crops of tho State aro killed, and all
uncovered tobacco beds aio ruined.
Some of tho farmers of this county, how
ever, aro of the opinion that things aro
not as bad as that, and wo will have a
light crop of some of tho varieties named.
(J rand Championship Baso Hall Game.
Excursion to Cincinnati Sunday, April
17th. Tickets good going on tiain No.
17, leaving Maysville at 8:50 a. m. Good
returning on special excursion train only
leaving Fourth street depot, Cincinnati,
0:30 p. in. same date. Fare from Mays
ville only $1.25. Visit the Queen City
and witness tho championship game
Cleveland vs. Cincinnati. Go to the
Zoological Garden or to tho many other
attractive pleasure resorts in Cincinnati.
Colonial Dailies of Kentucky.
The Colonial Dames of America in the
State of 'Kentucky wi 1 hold their final
convention in Louisville the first week in
May, and it promises to be the most bril
liant Bocial event of tho season. Mrs.
Simon Bolivar Buckner, the President, is
ono of tho most beautiful women of the
South. She is descended from five col
onial Governors, and is eligible to every
A certain Chinese flower is red in tho
sunlight and white in the moonlight.
That Easter Suit o
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.
HECHINGER & CO.
HAVE COME TO STAY.
Come in and examine line of J893 styles which is now' complete. We can please you,
both in price and quality. See our $25.45 wheel ; it is a beauty. We handle the Colum
bia Chainless, the Monarch, Rambler, Elmore and other first-class makes.
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DEALERS IN BUGGIES AND IMPLEMENTS.
109 W. SECOND.
Come to the New Store
Of HAYS & CO., The New York Store, and get the best values for your
money jou ever eaw. Good Sheeting 3c , very heaviest best Cotton 4c ,
good Apron Ginghams ., fine Percale, yard wide, iiJc, worth 10c ; 10-i
Sheeting, best quality, 12Ac , worth 20c ; latest pattern Dress Gingham,
8 jo , worth 12 Jc ; French Wool Novelties 23c , worth 50c ; black Novel
ties and Serges from loo. up to SI splendid bargain"; heavy Sheeting
Cotton 4c, worth Gc ; fine Satines for evening waists 48c , new shades,
SHOES and CLOTHING.
We can ehnw you a nice Ladies' Shoe at 4'ic; a splendid Shoe for
SI 00 worth SI 50. " We alo handle the best makes of Ladies' Shoes up
to 2 and S3, worth much more. Ladies' Low Shoes very cheap.
See our new line of Reefers" and Kneo Suits. Nice Reefer Suits, three
to eight years. SI 23, woith S2 00. All Wool Knee Suits, five to fifteen,
Knee Pants, $1.4!), woith S2 50. Come and see them.
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By order of the School Board, the pub
lic schools will resume to-day.
Anoklkiite, paprica, thyme, savory,
marjoram and bay leaves. -Calhoun's.
All the churches of this city made
special preparations for Easter Sunday,
and all were well attended.
It's admitted on all sides that Ballen
ger's stock of jewelry is unsurpassed. And
then it's a pleasure to deal with him be
cause ho guarantees his goods.
On Sunday, April 17th, the O. and O.
will sell round trip tickets, Maysvillo to
Cincinnati, at rate of $1.25. Tickets good
going on the 8:50 a. m. train. Good re
turning on special train leaving Fourth
street depot at 0:30 p. in. Sunday.
Julia, tho little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. rhil. Ennis, of Leo street, died Sat
urday evening at 7 o'clock, nfter suffering
two weeks with spinal meningitis. The
funeral took place from tho residence at
10 o'clock this morning after which tho
remains were interred in the cemetery at
liueklea's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, Bores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover
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 cent,
per box. For sale by J, James Wood
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Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. & & & m
B- ZESHSTSOIfcT cSs CO.
T HENRY PECOR,
TTiORSALU IHiuiIm lor Justice ot the l'onco
JL? ami Constable nt HULLKHN OPFICK
OUnALE A nulrof kcnles.mttnblo fornRro-
cer. Will sell cheap. Apply at this ofMcc.
Cycle accident insurance pays double
in Aetna Life. En. Alexanoeii.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derm an, of Dimondalo, Mich., wo aro
permitted to make this extract: " I have
no hesitation in recommending Dr.
King's New piscovory, as tho results were
almost marvelous in tho case of my wife.
While I was pastor of tho Baptist Church
at Rives Junction she was brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terriblo paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if sho could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's Now
Discovory ; it was quick in its work nnd
highly satisfactory in results." Trial
bottles freo at J. James Wood's drug"
store. Regular size 50c and $1.