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M Barn in fell Fabrics.
We aro devoting ono entire largo counter to 10c. Wasli Goods.
In the lot are fancy Piques that sold at 10c. and 10 c. a yard. Superb
Dimities, Crcpons, Corded BIulls and Musllnettcs that sold at 10 and
15c. Every piece arrived within tholnstfortnlghtandreprcscntlatcst
styles shown In Now York City. Your choice of the lot at 10c. a yd.
For the very modest purse you'll And a great lino of Lawns at 4c,
4Jc, 5c. and 03c. a yard all most exceptional values for the price.
TVo aro makers of Ladles' Straw Sailors, and our prices aro al
ways much lower than those of othors. At present prices we'll sell
'cm to you cheaper than other retail dealers can buy them. The 75c.
kind aro now 49c; those at 50c reduced to 30c; tho 30c lot is
marked dpwn to 25c Only a few dozen of each kind left.'
i Ilfft Loi Cli.
Merely to do away with the usual dulncss of these long summer
days, we aro offering this week a thirty-six-inch EnglishLong Cloth,
twelve yards to tho bolt, and that novor sells under $1.50, at the
special longed-for price of 08c per bolt.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
SEKINGS OF LOW PRICES:-
Result of Tuesday's Games in the
Fairviews Here To
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.
Cincinnati 1 000000001 72
Uoston- 0 O00UOOOO 0 50
Batteries Taylor and Peltz; Meekiu and Ber
gen. Innings 1 2 8 J 5 C 7 8 0 R.H.E.
St Louis 0 00010400 8 11 1
Washington- 0 00003000-3 94
Batteries Young and Schreckengost; DInceu
The second St. Louis-Washington game
was postponed on account of rain.
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9-R.H.E.
Chicago - 0 0000000 11 41
Philadelphia 0 2 0' 00000 2 90
Batteries Garvin and Donohuoj Piatt and Mc
Farland. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 R.H.E.
Cleveland 0 000020002 62
Brooklyn 1 1000202 C 73
Batteries Kuopper and Sugden j McJames and
The games at Baltimore ipoatponed on
account of rain.
Go out to the Sixth ward park to-morrow
afternoon and see the game between
the Grays and the team from Fairtf ew, O.
The Mansfield (O.) team, of which Dick
Smith is a member, won three games
thia week by whitewashing their oppon
ents. Smith pitched one of them.
Fred Frank and Pot Rleman, of tho
Dayton (O.) team, are attracting consid
erable attention by their clever work.
They arq hitting the ball and doing great
Reduced prices on watch work Main
spring 75c, cleaning 75c, watch glass
10c, pin tongs 5c, ear wires 10c. Heavy
watch glass 15c. Reduced prices on all
work. All work warranted. All work
done by myself. P. J. Murphy.
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Call and see ourllne of goods
and learn prices. You can get
better bargains here than any
other ohce in the city. Full
-a line of
Laces, Ribbons, Jewelry, Ho
S siery, Shirts, Towels, Napkins,
? Soaps, Brushes, Combs, Hard-
ware and other Novelties. ! &
CLAUDE H, TQLLE, Mgr,
Unkkda biscuits and Langdon cakes.
Mrs. Geo. O. Keith is recovering from
her recent serious illness.
Captain N. Cooper was able to be out
Tuesday and is slowly improving.
Paris green that is guaranteed strictly
pure, at Ray's Postoffice Drug Store.
J. W. Mayfikld, who suicided at Cin
cinnati Sunday, was buriod at Ripley.
Rev. Frank Cheek, oi Paris, has gone
to Vancouver to remain several weeks.
The quarantine against Old Point Com
fort, Newport News and Norfolk .has
The postoffice at Hutchison, Bourbon
County, was entered by burglars, who
took everything in sight.
Do you like eotla water? Chenoweth
serves the kind that will please you.
Corner Second and Sutton streets.
Insure your residence in the Firemen's
Fraternity Insurance Company and Bavo
monoy. J. M. Collins, solicitor.
Notice tho line of umbrellas in Bal
lenger's window. Thev are the hand
somest things of the hind on the market.
The members of the choir of St. Pat
rick's Church enjoyed themselves yester
day pic-nicing at the beautiful home of
Mr. Jesse Calvert, near Lewisburg. '
The report comes from Dover that the
people have given up all hope of the
Black Diamond road and have settled
themselves down to pocket their losses
Mrs. D. A. Sprinkle left Tuesday after
noon for Swango Springs in response to a
telegram that her daughter Mis"s Saddio
was worse. The latter has been in very
poor health for some time,
The Ladies' Mito Society of tho M. E.
Church, Third street, will meot Wednes
day evening at 7:30 at tho home of Mrs.
Harry Richardson, 830 East Second
Btreot. A full attendance is desired.
Mr. Ernie White desires to say ho
was not at tho ''bolters' " meeting Mon
day, did not authorize any one to place
his name or) the list of delegates and is
not in sympathy with tho movement.
Prop. Sinclair, a high authority, says
wo are on tho verge of great therapeutic
discoveries concerning tho value of the
sun's rays. It can cure face ache, ner
vous debility and insomnia, weak lungs
and' chilliness. It is a finor stimulus
than wine, electricity or massage. Tho
sun's rays must ehino long on tho pats
A Frighttol Blundor
Will often cause a horrible bnrn, scald,
cut or brulso. Eucklen's7,Arnica Salvo,
the best in the world, will kill tho pain
and promptly heal it. Cures old eores,
fovor Bores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all
skin eruptions. Best pilejcuro on earth.
Only 25 cents a box. Curo guaranteed.
Bold by J. J, Wood & Son, druggUta,
mr. t. w. Mclaughlin,
A Former Citizen of This County, Died Re
cently at Springfield, Ky.
Mr. T. W. McLaughlin, formerly one
of Mason County's popular citizens and
prosperous farmers, diod at his homo
near Springfield, Ky., July 30th.
His death, while sudden, was not un
expected, as he hnd been a sufferer from
heart disease for some time.
Ho leaves a wife and four children.
His wife was Miss Lizzio Stroud and was
born at Minerva, where they resided
until six years ago.
Our Fall purchases arc the
heaviest in years. The trade
we have enjoyed this Spring,
coupled with the general con
ditions in our midst, we believe
warrant the venture of' large
We now want room. Our
Fall goods are already coming
in. To secure space we must
rid ourselves of surplus stock.
We have about 125 to J 50
every one strictly pure woolen
material, made and trimmed
elegantly. SEE THEM IN
OUR WINDOWS. Suits that
have sold and are well worth
from $8 to $12. To sell them
quickly and for SPOT CASH,
we have marked them down to
Having decided'to quit the retail cigar
business, I will rent Tho Senate, Market
street. Apply to Ernie WniTE.
Office outfit 103 articles, retail price,
$2,35 ; to-day for $1. Call and see.
J. T. Kacklky & Co.
-tmrn i TO
Great Clearing Sale
New York Store
OF HAYS & CO.
Room has to be made for the immense lines oC Fall
Goods now on the way.
Superior and Kentucky
Aro Klnz and Oueeu of all Drills. Tbelr superiority over all competitors are too well known to need
coin incut; suillco It to hay that we placed over sixty
nrst complaint irom a single purcuaser. un mo uuier nauu every one wuo uscu incm suiuu reauy
and willing to give tbelr testimonial as to the superior work done by them, nud their unanimous
verdict is if you expect to purchase ft Drill this season, get either the
40- SUPERIOR OR KENTUCKY -Wk
and no other. Do not delay placing your orders and there will be no disappointments, as is the
cae each season wht n we are forced to resort to the river and express, which makes au additional
expense. Every Drill Is warranted to be Just as represented. Do not allow yourself to be talked
into buying some inferior Drill for the sake of saving ft few dollars. Remember the cheapest Is not
tho best, but the best Is always the cheapest. Respectfully,
Franklin bread at Traxel's.
Rev. Howard T. Ckee preached at the
Washington Christian Church last even
ing. 1 1
The examining trial of Walter Lewis
for killing Charley Warner a week ago
last Saturday came off Tuesday before
Judge Newell, and resulted in his ac
quittal on the ground of self-defense.
Christian Church prayer-meeting to
night at 7:30. Rev. J. W. Porter of the
Baptist Church will conduct the service
in the absence of the regular minister,
who is assisting in a meeting at Wash
Mb. W. 0. Pelham was in Manchester
Tuesday to see Mr. M. L.. Williams who
is now with his daughter Mrs. Savage.
Mr. Williams' friends will regret to learn
that his condition is critical, and that he
is not expected to survive many days
Cincinnati Timee-Star: "The coming
wedding of Mr. J. Robert Coffin, son of
the dry goods merchant, and Miss Anna
belle, the pretty and attractive daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Rankins, of Madison
Avenue, Covington, has been announced
to their intimate friends. The wedding
will bo early in the fall." Miss Rankins
haa many friends in this city and county,
having visited here frequently of late
Goveroii Bradley has named seven
"representative" Keutuckians to go as
delegates from the State to the national
conference on combinations and trusts,
which is to bo held in Chicago Septem
ber 13-10. Tho delegates are Senator
William Lindsay, Colonel W. C. P. Breck
inridge, Hon. P. Wat Hardin, Judge Wil
Ham H. Holt, former Congressman John
W. Lewis, Hon. W. P. Kimball and Col
onel John W. Yerkes.
Roger Bros.' 1817 knives and forks,
$3,50 per dozen; sterling silver tea
spoons, $2.50 per sot; Roger's tea spoons,
83c. per set; Roger's sugar spoons or but
ter knife, 50c. each; eight-day oak or
Wfllriut clock, $2.00. Tho best goods in
the city at the lowest prices.
I Murphy, the jeweler.
on at the-
of these Drills the past season and have vet the
Last Atlantic City Excursion Thursday.
"The last is the best" of this series of
Atlantic City excursions the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway, ending the series on
August 17th. Round trip rate from
Maysville to Atlantic City and other
Jersey coast resorts is $14. Tickets will
be good on regular trains of August 17th,
limited to return within fifteen days,
with stop over privileges at Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington, Covington, Va.
(for Hot Springs, Va.) and White Sul
Ignoring the great attractions of At
lantic City the interest entered in the
trip over the Chesapeake and Ohio, fa
mous throughout America for the beauty
and variety of its scenery and for the
fullness of its historical interest, will
make this excursion extremely popular.
Through trains will run to Atlantic City
without change of coaches or sleeping
cars. Through dining car service and a
sufficiency of equipment. For illustra
ted descriptive pamphlet of the 0. and
and 0. route apply to 0. and 0. agents,
or to 0. B. Ryan, A. G. P. A., Cincinnati,
Heavy showers fell on the New river
Bonanza for Pomeroy to-night and Liz
zio Bay down.
The competitive fight which has been
in progress for some time betweon the
Kanawha river packets Columbia and
Argand is now a thing of. the paet. The
fight ended in the withdrawing of tho
Argand by Captain Gordon Green, her
owner. She has entered tho Wheeling
and Pittsburg trade.
Spaiu's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
spends his winters at Aiken, S. 0. Weak
nerves had caused sevoro pains in tho
back of his head. On using Electric Bit
ters, America's greatest blood and nervo
remedy, all pain Boon loft him. He says
thia grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it cures
liver and kidney trouble, purifies tho
blood, tones up the stomach, strength
ens tho nerves, puts vitn, vigor and new
life into every muscle, nervo and organ
of tho body. If weak, tired or ailing you
need it, Every bottle guaranteed: only
50 cents. Sold by J. J. Wood &, Son,