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LADIES' FELT HATS FOR FALL
( All of em the very latest creations of the most up-to-date
designers, and what's equally important, every hat at a popular
ice. Ladies Felt Sailors in two shapes and all colors, 69c.
o imentaJ Ha called Oregon and Gloster at 75c. and
a T?S rcSuIation Alpine Hat in all colors at 69c. The
Astoria, Chester and Natty are three "faddy" styles at 98c, $ 1 .35
and $1.69 respectively. Observe window display.
CLEARANCE PRICES EXTRAORDINARY.
In order to make a quick clearance sale of our 12k. Lawns,.
urganaies, uimities, etc., we have gathered 'em in one lot and
StrToeDCD &, th ?dicuIousIy by price of THREE AND A HALF
btnib rfcn YAriU. 1 here are only about two thousand yards in
all, so you had best come soon.
Cedar Lead Pencils 3c. a dozen, wood-covered Slate Pen
cils two for 1 cent, forty-eight sheets Writing Paper 5c, fifty
Envelopes 5c, Tablets 2, 3, 4 and 5c, Pen Points 3c a dozen,
rubber-tipped Lead Pencils 7c. a dozen. All great money-savers
for the young folks.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
KINGS OF LOW PRICES.
, v John Comliois, an Old German Citizen, Died
Suddenly While at Work Thurs-
John Combois, an old German citizen
of Maysville, died very suddenly shortly
before 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
He was at work on the street near the
western terminus of the street railway
when he suddenly fell to the ground,
and expired in about two minutes. His
death is attributed to heart disease.
Deceased was about seventy-five years
of age. He was a native of Germany,
but had lived in Maysville nearly half a
century. The remains will be buried
this afternoon at4 o'clock. He leaves no
children. He was married once, but his
wife secured a divorce a few years ago.
Deceased left a Bmall piece of property
on Commerce street, which it was re
ported he had bequeathed to the Public
Library, but an examination of the will
shows that it was left in trust to the
Union Trust Company to be invested un
til the county shall establish an orphans'
home when it is to be turned over to the
county to aid in maintaining such in
At the earnest solicitation of many
park patrons the street car company
lias decided to hold the park open sev
eral weks longer, or in other words as
long as the patronage will justify it.
The price of admission has been raised 5
cents, making it 15 cents, instead of 10
cents, for admission and round trip car
fare. Show your appreciation and go
out Monday night prepared to get your
money's worth many times over, for
Manager Seeker has secured a good show
in,Colton and Darrow, who will present
a high class comedy and singing sketch,,
and Percy and West in their operatic
comedy sketch which is now and novel.
Seeker, Wilkes and 'Rastus will have a
new sketch that will please, for it is
chock full of good Binging and funny say
ings. Remember the admission, includ
ing"round trip car fare, is only 15 cents.
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should be supplied
with every means possible for its relief.
It is with pleasure we publish the follow
ing: "This is to certify that I was a terri
ble sufforor from yellow jaundice for
over six months, and was treated by
Borne of tho best physicians in our city
aud.all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our drug
gist," recommended Electric Bitters; .and
ufter taking two bottles, I was ontirely
cured. I now tako great pleasuro m rec
ommending them to any person suffering
from this terrible malady. I am grate,
fully yours, M. A. Hbgarty, Lexington,
Ky. Sold, by J. Jas. Wood & Son', drug-
Bid box oats 5 cts. Calhoun's.
J. T. Kackley fc Co. sold four wheels
Fremont's show will be at Flemingf
burg all next week.
Fhie Insurance. Pickett & ReBpess,
successors to Duley & Baldwin.
Mr. Ralph Dimmitt has resigned his
position as salesman at Hechinger & Co.'s.
Miss Lvda Berry will resume her
class in music on Monday, September 5th.
Will Yago, a member of the Fourth
Regiment Band, is reported seriously ill.
The Fourth Regiment will move from
Camp Corbin to Camp Henry Clay to
morrow. James T. Dorsey, of Fiemingpburg, has
been granted an increase of pension, from
$12 to $14 a month.
The Misses Young will open their
school for young ladies and children the
first Monday in September.
Private Polk Hicks, of Company B,
camo in from Camp Corbin last night ill
with a light attack of malarial fever.
For tbe very latest novelties in jewelry
go to Ballenger. In fact when you want
anything in tho jowelry line, go to him.
His stock is unsurpassed.
Lieutenant James.P. HArhbson has ar
lived at Montauk Point, Long Island,
from Santiago. His father, Judge Har
beebn, is expecting him home shortly on
leave of absence.
Our new pineapple syrup and crushed
pineapple we make fresh from the fruit.
It tastes like a ripe, juicy pineapple, and
costs only 5 cents a glass, at Cheno
weth's Boda fountain.
Tns tract of land advertistd by Mrs.
Julia Lashbrooke was sold Thursday to
Mr. James Berry. It contained ninetj
two acres, on the Taylor's Mill pike, and
tho price paid was $3,250.
Rev. Wallace Tuari-, of Augusta, Ga.,
arrives to-day to assist Rev. Ben Cox in a
meeting at the Orangeburg Christian
Church. Mr. Tharp recently accepted a
call from tho Crawfordsville (Ind.)
church, ono of tho largest in the State.
Miss Fae Louise Walker died at an
early hour Thursday morning at tho resi
dence of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Shipman,
of Lexington, after a long illness of
typhoid fever. She was the youngest
daughter of Rev. II. P. Walker, formerly
Presiding Elder of the Maysville district,
M. E. Church, South.
The last will of tho late James Tucker
was admitted to probate Thursday. It
was dated January 21, 187S. He be
queathed his estato to his wifo for life,
then to go to his four children equally.
His wifo did not survive him. Tho por
tion received by his two daughters, Su
sanE. Wilson and Eliza H. Lurtey, to bo
thoir separate estate. K. 0. Bland, Dayld
Hunter and James N. Kirk were ap
pointed appraisers of tho poreonal estate.
Death of Captain Webb.
Vanceiiuko, Ky., August 25. Captain
Webb, a prominent citizen, dropped dead
ou the ptreet this morning of heart dis
ease. He was well known in river
He recently retired from the river, hav
ing sold tho steamers Bellevue and Silver
Wave. He was engaged in Maysville
and Vanceburg trade for a number of
Must be Sold Langdou's Groceries.
Saturday we will give you the greatest
bargains the business has oyer known :
Best gunpowder tea GOc, worth $1.
Pure pepper 20c, worth 35c.
Fine toilet soap lc. cake.
Best granulated sugar, eighteen
Best A sugar, nineteen pounds, $1.
All spices for pickling, twenty to
twenty-five per cent, less than others
ask. Sixteen ounces to the pound guar
anteed. Yours for business.
a Point to Have
Our Best Lines in
the Middle of
In a few days many of our young friends
will resume their studies, some at home,
others in foreign educational institutes.
It has always been our pride to send the
boys well dressed, no matter what town
or city they go to. Hechinger's clothes
wearers are the proper dressed young
sters. For this fall we made greater
efforts than ever to supply ourselves and
consequently YOU with the nobbiest
Clothing that fashion subscribes. Our
Fall Suits and Overcoats are the highest
types of merchant tailoring art. Our
stock represents the production of the ac
knowledged leading houses in the coun
try. Our line of Shirts, Underwear,
Hats, Ties, etc., is simply great. If the
young Miss needs a nice trunk we can
The results in our SHOE department,
though not quite a year old, are gratify
ing both to us and our Shoe patrons.
"The most comfortable pair of Shoes I
have worn for years," is the universal
expression of those that wear them Our
SMITH & STOUGHTON French
Calf Common Sense Shoes are the best
in the market. Every pair of them made
for us and warranted to give satisfac
tion. Money refunded if they don't.
Our high-class Shoes Vici Kid, Russian
Calf, Patent Leather, Cordovan, etc., all
of which are specially made for us by
the Burt Packard Company, Brockton,
Mass., fill the long-felt want in Mays
ville's Shoe trade. These Shoes rank
among the best makes in the country,
and we are the first to introduce them
here. We are now receiving our Fall
line of these goods. If your summer
Shoes are about to part company with
you and you think it too late to buy
light-weight footwear, we can fit you
with the coming Fall style of Shoes.
One price only.
Simplicity of Perfection.
Itoliiiipr & Co,
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The only absolute positive force feed, which can be instantly changed to any desired quan
tity a vast improvement over the old style cog wheel feed abandoned many years ago.
Can be thrown in and out of gear, allowing the disc to remain in the ground another im
provement over the old style drills.
THH SUPHKIURSIXULK DISC DRILL will do more and better work with less labor
than any other drill made. It will sow and cover grain in all kinds and conditions of soil,
in hard ground and soft ground, in weeds, corn stalks, crab grass or any kind of vines,
without clogging. We have been selling this drill for four years. Ask the users as to their
superiority and they will invariably tell you to buy no other and that they are the best
drills on earth. The SUPERIOR was the first successful Disc Drill. There are imita
tions ? Beware of them. We solicit your inspection of the Superior before placing your or
der for a drill.
THOMPSON & McATEE.
To attend the Great Clcaring-up Sale at the NEW
YORK STORE of Hays & Co.
Three ppools Gorge Clark's best spool Cotton, 10c.
Lace Curtain1? 4oe. a pair, worth 7.jc.
Lace Curtains 03c. a pair, worth 1.
Nice Bed Spreads 50c , worth $1.
Good .Sheeting, 10-4 wide, 10c, worth 20c.
Ten cent Lawns 5c. per yard.
Men's SI Shirtja 40c, the best value in Maysville.
Ladies' 23c. Vests now 10c.
Best Apron Ginghams 4c.
Good Brown Cotton 3c
Linen for Skirts 7c, worth 15c
Yard-wide Percale 7c, worth 13c
Special bargains in Corseta. We handle R. and G., W. B. and N. II.
Pee our ."Oc Corset; it's a beauty.
Ribbons cheaper than vou ever bought them before in your life.
Se'e our Black Sash Ribbon, 15c, worth IJOc.
Rilkelino for draperies, 5c, regular 10c. value.
Face Veiling lc. per yard, worth 10c
? HAYS & CO 3
New York Store.
BEST FOR MANY YEARS.
That's What the Germuntown fair Promises
to De-List of Successful Exhibit
ors the Second Day At
Tho second day of the old reliable
Germantown fair was unusually well at
tended. The show of stock was the best
seen for years. The balloon ascensions
were quite n success. The weather was
fine and everybody well pleased.
If good weather continues this will
probably be the best fair held for years
on these grounds.
Many compliments are heard on the
splendid music furnished by the Mays
Following is a list of the successful ex
hibitors the second day:
Best stallion, (our years old and over, $10; G.K.
Best stallion, three years old nnd under four,
Si; T. M. Oaltsklll, Minerva.
Best stallion, two years old and under three,
$s ; Ed. IVrkins, Mlnorva.
Best geldiuK, three years anu uuaer tour, S3 ;
W. II. Berry, Mt. Olivet.
Best gelding, two years and under three, $3 ; A.
8. Barton, MUlcrbburg.
Best mare, four years and over, SlOj A. V.
Thompson, Floulug County.
Best mare, three year and under lour, S3;
Monoyhou & Poe. Augusta.
Best maro, two years aud under three, ?S; A. K.
Best marc, under ono ycar,J5j O. D. Asbury,
Best saddlo colt, under one year, 83 ; W. II.
Berry, Mt. Olivet.
Best stallion, S10 ; Carpenter & Hunter, Millers-
Best mare, $10: McClelland Bros., Millersburg.
Best gelding, StO; Carpenter & Hunter, Millers-
Finest aud best stallion, with (our of hU colts,
816 ; B. F. Metcalfe, BrooksvlHo.. .. .
Fiuest and best mare, with two of her colts,
?8 ; C. D. Asbury, Mt. Olivet.
Best lmrnuf-s gelding, threo years nnd under
four, ?S , C K. BIggers, Washington.
Best harness geldlug, two years and under
three, $3; J. F. Walton, Germantowu,
Best roadster, horse, mare or gelding, threo
years and uuder four, $10; McClelland Bros.,
Mb. Will Fischeu", clerk at tho Purity
Pharmacy, who has been ill a few days,
was much better this morning and ablo
to get down stairs.
T. HENRY PECOR.
CIVIL SKRYICB EXAMINATION.
The Next One in This City Will Ke Hold Be
tween October 1st and irth,'181)S.
The United States Civil Service Com
mission announces that an examination
will be held for the postal service in this
city on some date between October 1st
and 15th, 1893.
All persons who desire to be examined
should apply to the Secretary of tho
Board of Examiners at the postoflice for
application blanks, and full information
relative to the scope of the examination.
Applications in complete form must be
filed with the Secretary of the Board
prior to the hour of closing business on
September 1st. Soon after filing applica
tions applicants will be notified as to tho
exact date of examination.
To CIeans.o the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious, to permanently overcome habit
ual constipation, to awaken the kidneys
and liver to a healthy activity, without
irritatiug or weakening them, to dispel
headaches, colds, or fevers, use Syrup of
Figs, made by the California Fig Syrup
Fine watch and jewelry repairing at
Cincinnati and I let urn $1.30, Account of
tho G. A. H.
On account of tho National G. A. R.
meeting at Cincinnati September 5th to
10th tho, O. and O. will soil round trip
tickots, Maysvillo to Cincinnati, at rato
51.30. Tickets on Balo September 3rd to
0th, inclusive. Return limit September
13th. Tickets good on all trains,
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