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Jjhe Sftee jfifve
i York Store
-Of Hays & Co., is in the lead with I
It Arrived This Morning and Will Exhibit
at the Ball Park This Afternoon
HEADQUARTERS FOR PIQUES.
Our trade on Piques lias boon so largo wo properly assume wo
arc headquarters for this most popular fabric Thero is nothing ex
tant in plain or figured, white, colored or fancy Piques but what
you'll And it hero. If your preference runs for narrow, wide or me
dium welts, bo assured they're here to your liking. Every piece is
priced 10c. to 45c. a yard.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
Our immense and choice stock of these is so well known that we
seldom advertise them. Thero aro some now arrivals, however,
that aro worthy of your early inspection. Those popular cream ap
plique laces, with insortings to match, aro hero in great profusion
and variety from 7Jc. to G9c. a yard. Val. Laces by the thousands
of bolts, in all widths and designs, from 20c. a dozen yards to 75c.
a yard. Wo aro showing, too, a great lino of heavy Nainsook Em
broideries, so well adapted for trimming the pique shirt waist or
skirt and a host of dainty Swiss Embroideries. Prices 5c. to GOc. a
SOME NEEDFUL NOTIONS.
Wo can only mention a few of these, such as Plquo Skirt Bind
ing, 5c. a ynrd. Piquo Placket Buttons, 15c. a sot. Placket Fast
eners, 15c. a dozen. The improved Bachelor Button, 4c. Jeweled
Shirtwaist Pins, three for 10c. Wo aro also agents for Warren's
Feathcrbonc, of which wo keep all kinds in stock.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HiyE,
SEKINGS OF LOW PRICES
A Heavy Shower Cuuglit (lie Decoration
Procession Jast as It Reached
Decoration Day services bad to bo al
most entirely abandoned as far as the ex
ercises at the cemeteries were concerned,
on account of rain.
A heavy shower caught the procession
just as it was reaching the cemetery and
many of those in the parade received a
Hon.E. 0. Burns, the orator of the day,
delivered his address .at the court house
last night at 8 o'clock. Owing to the
change in the hour only a small crowd
was present to hear him.
The grave of Noah Grant, Sr., a soldier
of the revolution, who died in this city
and who was buried with the honors of
war, were decorated Tuesday by some of
tho young folks of Maysville. His re
mains rest in Jho old Presbyterian Ceme
tery at the rear of the opera house. He
was the grandfather of President Grant.,
lion. James Andrew Scott and Hon. W. I.
Thorne at Court House Thurs
,. day at 1 p.m.
Hon. W. P. Thorn, a Democratic candi
date for Leiutenant Governor, and Hon.
James Andrew Scott, a Democratic can
didate for Attorney General, will Bpeak at
the court house to-morrow afternoon at 1
The public cordially invited to hear
Brooksville parties have contracted
with' Col. W. H. Fremont to give a bal
loon ascension and vaudeville show at
that place July 4th.
The prettiest collection to pick from in the
Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs 5c.
Ink, 3c.a bottle.
Picture Frames, single, 24c; double, 39c.
"' Camp Stools, 23c.
? China and Granite Ware very cheap.
' k Laces and Ribbons Jc. a yard up.
Our line of Men's Underwear at 24 cts. a
garment can't be beat.
Hose and Half Hose 5c, in black and tan.
The Racket Store.
Try Trnxel's phosphates for a nice
Tiik rainfall Tuesday amounted to
t .venty-one hundredths of an inph.
Frank Smith and Alvel Green, colored,
were granted marriage license this morr
ing. For Rent A frame dwelling on East
Third street. Apply to J. Barbour Rus
sell. Dogs killed fifty sheep belonging to
Bishop Hibler near Millersburg, Sunday
John Wiggins and Mies Nettie Ogder,
of Shannon, were married this morning
by Judge Newell.
Rev. S. M. Martin, the evangelist, ha9
closed a meeting at Decatur, Ills., with
128 additions to the Christian Church.
Don't take any chances on paris green.
I guarantee mine to be strictly pure.
Thomas J. Chenowkth, druggist.
Rev. E. L. Powell has been assisting
in a protracted meeting at Lancaster that
had resulted in twenty-four additions to
the church Saturday.
Mr. Charles Bigqers has sold to Miss
Alice Bonne, of Now York, who is stop
ping at the New Central Hotel, a light
bay horse for the neat sum of $750.
The London International Chess Con
gress opened at St. Stephen's Hall, West
minster, in that city Tuesday. Show
alter, the Kentuckian; was paired with
Lie, of London, in the opening game.
Bargains that are incomparable at
Murphy's. Tho largest stock of watches,
diamonds and jewelry. See his bargains
in sterling silver spoons and forks and
clocks. His stock is the largest, prices
The late Captain Dick Smith, who met
such a sad death at Covington Tuesday,
was formerly a member of .Maysville
Commandery No. 10, K. T., but was a
member of Covington Commandery at the
timo of his death.
The funeral of Robert W. Martin, who
died at Yuma, Ariz., Friday last, will take
place at the Cemetery Chapel, Lexington,
Thursday afternoon at 1:30. The funeral
will bo under the auspices of the order of
Mr. W. 0. Rudy, who is engaged in
business at Vancdburg as a painter and
paper-hanger, came down Tuesday to,
secure a supply of vaccine points for Dr.
Clark of that city. Drew Edgington is ill
at that place with what is pronounced
If you wore disappointed by waiting
for our beautiful clock to getdown to
your price, remember that we have one
of the largest assortments of them to be
found any place. AH stylos and prices,
and every one warranted to keep good
time or money refunded.
Ballenqer, jeweler and optician.
John Robinson's big show arrived this
morning from Huntington, W. Va., and
will exhibit at the ball park this after
noon and to-night.
The proprietors claim their show this
year is the best they ever had.
The crowd in town is much larger than
many had expected to see.
a day or two to
Give you a
Watch this space
of the week
The traveling public is hereby notified
that on and after June Cth next the Mays
ville and Mt. Sterling Turnpike Road Com
pany will resume tho collection of toll at
same rates as have heretofore been in
force on this road. B. F. Clift, Supt,
Mr. W. B. MoAtje has been ill several
days with malarial fever.
Hot SUMMER BARGAINS
Ladies, we have just purchased from one of the biggest millinery
houses in America all the stock oti hand of LAblES' SAILORS. Most
of them made to sell for SI 50; take choice 5!'c. They come 1h four
shapes the Admiral, the Brighton, the New York, the Saratoga. We
can eell vou a stylish Sailor for 25c.
COVERT AND LINEN SKIRTS.
Linen Skirts from 29c. on up; eee our White Buck Skirts at 57c.
See our new Covert Skirt at SI ; it's a beauty.
WAISTS Twentv-flve dozen newstvle'e; pick vour choice, 50c.
NEW SlLKS AND DRESS STUFFS.
Just received, six pieces fine black Crepons, worth $2, our price 98c
New Taffeta Silks and Satins, choice colors, 49c. onlv.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
We can show you the largest selection of Ladies' Low Shoes, fifteen
styles to select from ; 4Sc. on up. See our 98c. Low Shoes, black and
SPECIAL Heavy Brown Cotton 4c, gcoJ Calicoes 3Jc, Lace Cur
HAYS & CO.
NEW YORK STORE
THE TIGER TOBACCO TRANSPLANTER.
Makes the farmer absolutely independent of the weather. He sets his plants when he ,
gets his ground ready, rain or shine. The superiority of the Tiger over all other Trans
planters nas been plainly demonstrated during seasons of severe drouth, when experiment
proved it to be the only machine that could be deoended upon to give a good stand of plants
under any and all weather conditions. With the TIGER the plants are properly set. The
roots are in the puddle formed by the water, loose earth being forced down around and
above the plant. In effect the water valve on the TIGER stands still at each hill long
enough to pour the water precisely where it is wanted a feature that cannot be duplicated
by any machine devised by man. THE TIGER PUTS THE WATER JUST WHERE
IT IS NEEDED AT THE ROOTS. There are many superior points on the TIGER
that makes it far ahead of any other Transplanter ever put on the market. We ask your
inspection of same and that you place your order at once, as the factory could not supply
the demand last season and we, ourselves, were only able to get a portion of our orders
filled. So do not delay, but place your order with us at once, that we may be able to sup
ply you before our stock is exhausted. Remember first come first served.
THOMPSON & McATEE,
Manufacturers and dealers in Buggies, Carriages and all kinds of Farm
Implements, Maysville, rCy.
Miss Ellen Lei tcli Shaekleford anil Mr. Joel
' Wallace Mock to ho Married
Friends and relatives of the couple are
in receipt of the following invitations :
Sir. and Mrs. Frederick M. Carr
request your preseuce
marriage of their graudda tighter.
Elleu Leltcb Shaekleford,
Mr. Joel Wallace Mock,
Wednesday, Juno the fourteontb,
eighteen hundred and nlnety-ulnc,
at twelve o'clock,
at the resldeneo of Mr. George Webster Winter,
Renlck Station, Kentucky.
Miss Shaekleford is the only daughter
of the late James Shaekleford, and one of
Maysville's most estimable young ladies.
Mr. Mock is engaged in business at Mil
lersburg as an undertaker, and is one of
Bourbon County's worthy young men.
Oir For Manilla.
Mr. "Chic" Crane surprised his friends
Tuesday by enlisting in the regular army.
He was assigned to the Twenty-second
Infantry now in tho Philippines, and
left on tho 4:25 train for Manila. He
goes by way of San Francisco.
Miss Anna Coons Blaink, the accom
plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Blaine formerly of this city, graduates
this week from the Bartholomew English
and Classical School of Cincinnati.
Col. W. H. Fremont will probably bo
engaged to give a strpet fair at Staunton,
Va., and also at Richmond, Ky.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Wash
ita, I. T. He writes: "Tour bottles of
Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brower of
scroiuia, wnlcli uad caused her great suf
fenng for years. Terrible sores would
break out on her head and face, and tho
best doctors could give no help; but her
euro is complete anu ner nealtu is ex-
cellont." This shows what thousands
have proved, that Electric Bitters is tho
best blood purifier known. It's the su
promo remedy for eczema, tettor, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores.
It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
expels poisons, helps digestion, builds up
the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by J.
J. Wood & Son, druggists. Guaranteed.
How Many Hands Can Maysville Furnish
For a Big Shoo Factory?
Before the question as to tho reopen
ing of the shoe factory hero and opera
ting it on a larger scale can be settled, it
is necessary to ascertain how much labor
Maysville can furnish for the enterprise.
Lists have therefore been opened at M.
C. Hutchison's and Rees Wallingford's
stores in the Sixth ward, Armstrong &
Son's store in Fifth ward and at all the
drug stores down town, where informa
tion as to tho number of hands can be left.
Let girls and boys and men and women
who are willing to work in such a factory
leave word at once at one of the places
named. It's not necessary to be a skilled
hand ; you can learn the trade.
If the factory is established here, be
tween 400 and GOO hands will be needed.
If you are willing to work in such a
factory and have not yet left your name
at one of the places named, do so at once.
The object in this is simply to find out
whether Maysville can furnish the re
quired number of hands.
Home-grown berries Calhoun's.
Of Klnnlconlck. Lewis County, Ky.,
ouly six miles from
Fine Fishing, Hunting,
Boating and Bathing.
T, B. HARRISON,
Furnished cottages with or without board.
All till Is