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title: 'The evening bulletin. (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, November 08, 1899, Image 3',
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Our large purchase in Blankets were made long" before' the advance; in 'woolens and
cottons. We are in a position' to' sell you ifran&ets at last year's "prices", although, they have
advanced Sffto 40 per cent. Our stock" is larg'er and more varied than ever before which
means a great deal. We are showing a full sized Cotton Blanket in grey or white at; 4&.
the pair. Better grades aW larg'er sizes at 79c, 65c. and $1.25. Prices on Woolen Blank
ets start af $2.39 for one that is worth $3. A superfine Air Wool Blanket, in white or
plaids, weighing five pounds and sold by others at $5, is priced hercat $3.95.
Two Special Leaders ifi
Our Cloak Department
" The very large Cloak business we have already done this season demonstrates the par
excellence of our stock and that our prices are way below others. For this week we are
showing a full lined All Wool Kersey Jacket, in black or castor, at $4.95. A splendidly
made Seal Plush Cape, trimmed all around with fur, $4.95. Without exaggeration these
garments are worth fully $7.50.
HEADQUARTERS FOR UNDERWEAR
We have always had the reputation of carrying the largest stock of underwear in
town, for men, women, children. Our present stock more than maintains our good repu
tation of former seasons. There is nothing in the underwear line but what you'll find it
here at prices always less than others.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
KINGS OF LOW PRICES
J. L. Daulton Chosen Clerk of
Council by 18 Plurality.
Several Changes in Board of Councilman
Derscli, Uiatterman, Smith, Crow
ell, Parker and Dieterich
Tabulated Result Showing the
Vote in Detail.
The city election Tuesday was for a
Clerk of Council for the unexpired term
of Ben T. Cox, two members of Council
from each ward, one school trustee from
each ward except the Third and Fourth
where two trustees were chosen.
J. L. Daulton winB the Clerkship by a
plurality of 18.
For Councilmen, It. R. Frost and
James Frost in the First, 0. B. Pearce,
Jr., and Dr. Samuel in the Second, Thoo.
A. Keith and John Eitol in the Third,
H. G. Wells and John T. Short in the
Fourth, Geo. P. Beasley and W. A. Tolle
in the Fifth and C. A. Walther and M.
0. Hutchison in tho Sixth are the suc
The successful candidates for School
Trustees are R. Av Cochran, 0. 0. Cal
houn, H. H. Barkley, Perry Frankel,
Geo. T. Hunter, 0. L. Bailee, T. Y. Nes
bitt and John Duley.
Scattering vote for School Trustee 0.
L. Bailee 11, John T. Martin' 5, W. H.
Wadsworth 1, J. B. Koper 1, John T.
Martin 2, Geo. Means 1, S Nelson 1. 0.
L. Sallee was elected to All a vacancy in
the school board in the Fourth ward
caused by the resignation of John W.
Following are the returns :
VOTE FOR COUNCILMEN.
John Dersch , 85
R. R. Frost 124
James Frost 110
CD. Pearce, Jr.. 91
Dr. J. n. Samuel 91
W. a. Helser.. 1
L. 0. Blattermnn 89
Thos.A. Keith 108
Fourth Ward. ; .
Robort Flcklin 11G
Dr.T. H. N. Smith 93
Harvey G. Wells U8
Geo. P. Beasley US
G. YV. Crowoll 109
M. C. Dally. 80
W. A. Tolle 122
R. T. Cummins 22
Frank Dieterich . C3
Fred Dresel : 16
M.C. Hutchison 90
Edward Parker. 85
Cbas. A. Walther , 125
Henry Young G
Thompson and McA.tee are to-day re
ceiving a car-load of celebrated Brown
wagons and are now prepared to fill all
The record of the greatest number of
notes struck by a musician in twelve
hours is said to have been made by Pad'
erewski, who struck 1,030,200 notes.
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, The gross earnings of the Chesapeake
and Ohio for the fourth week of October
show an increase of $58,000. For the
month of October an increase of $70,000
Howard & WoRTniNOTON have sold
eighteen hogsheads of tobacco at Cincin
nati at prices ranging from $10 to $14.75.
Durrett & Co. sold thirty-four hogsheads
the past week at prices ranging from $10
Mn. C. E. Hall, an old reader of the
Bulletin, has enlisted in tho Forty-second
U. S. Volunteer Infontry and is a mem
ber of Company L. The regiment has
left Fort Niagara for San Francisco,
where it will embark for the Philippines.
Hon. E. T. Franks, Collector of Inter
nal Revenue at Owensboro, who recently
spoke hero, will be married December
lQfch to Miss Broodio, of that city. Chas.
Finley, Secretary of State, Hon. K. J.
Hampton, of Winchester, and Dr. Grant
Artis, of Owensboro; will bo groomsmen.
The market is full of Clothing al
ways will be but when it comes to
the new, stylish, well made sorts,
they are scarce, and this season the
house that did not buy correct styles
early is simply "left at the post."
Light-colored Worsteds in Plaids,
Half-Plaids and Checks are a few
"warm things." Then it is the shape
next short, natty, full-back Sacks,
with high-cut, single-breasted and
double-breasted Vests.Trousers right
up to the fashion-plate and the prices
our prices $J0, $J5 and $20. In
Top Coats you find with us the
the very newest in Coverts and
Whip Cords, black and Oxford un
finished Worsted Cheviots. Elegant
Castor Beavers in black, dark blue
and the latest colorings in brown.
No matter what good we would say
about our Top Coats, the garments
will more than sustain it.
No shoddy goods or inferior makes
ever find their way into our stock.
Our purchasing p ower, coupled with
our selling power
AND SELL MORE
CtOTHING THAN ALL
enables us to get the best at prices
other houses pay for the ordinary.
Leather and Shoes are advancing
in prices. We still sell Hanan &
Son Shoes (the best on earth) at $5.
They sell in all cities at $6.
invites a visit from mamma. She'll
find what suits the little darling and
at prices that will not play havoc
with papa's pocketbook.
A Good Investment.
The People's Building Association is
now ready to receive. subscriptions for
stock in the eleventh series. Call on J.
D. Dye, John Duley or any of tho di
rectors. Pure vinegar and spices Calhoun's.
Majority or Plurality.,
the Fur Fly
Not alone on our Capes and Collarfttes, but all around generally. Oar
store is daily visited by intelligent buyers who have been looking all
around, find our place the best to spend their money. We have been
reordering a good many numbers in our Cloak departnientj but plenty
more wnere tney came, irora.
Seo our elegant PIuhIi Cape at S2.98, worth SO. TJP?l
Our Infants' long Gloataa at 90c. are very pretty. Our $4.98
are a surprise:, others ask $3 for tnein.
Wo have nice, srooH quality Jackets at S2.50.
Collarettes from $1.50 on up.
See the new stylo Boas Arabian, Stone, Martin and Bearskin, very
rich and swell, only $3.49, worth $0.
New Shoes arriving daily. In spite of the advance we sell them
cheaper than ever. Seo our Ladies' Shoe at $1 ; button and lace. See
our $2 Shoe; this week only $1.50.
HAYS & CO.
NEW YORK STORED
BS?3PECIAL. Men's extra heavy Jeans Pants, 75c; Children's
Vestee Suits, SL; Ladies' Eubbors, 24c.
The biggest stock, the best stock, the cleanest stock, the most varied assortment.
The only retail house in the city that buys in large quantities-directly from the
producers, thereby saving the jobbers' profit. If you want to buy a big supply of
goods, I can furnish them to you. If you are not able to buy in large and can only
buy in small quantities, I am always pleased to accommodate you. Every one
knows that all classes of goods have for some time been steadily advancing. My
long experience in business enabled me to foresee this, and my contracts for fall
delivery, made early in the season were uncommonly large. Therefore I am in
stupe to successfully meet any and all competition, no matter from what source it
, it may come, and save you money.
Nothing But the
Very Best Goods
No shoddy, stale, impure or unwholesome goods offered. In fact my house is
always headquarters for everything good to eat, and always of the very best.
POULTRY, OYSTERS and GAME in season. I run two delivery wagons
and all goods sold will be delivered to any part of the city promptly. A STREET
CAR TICKET given with every CASH purchase of one dollar or over. People
from the country are requested to make my house headquarters when in our city.
You are always welcome. My BLENDED COFFEE a the best. PERFEC
TION FLOUR has no equal. Phono 83.
Xv. B. JLiO V J-J-ij
fcTHE LEADING GROCER
Straight New Crop Molasses.
Tho first of the season and as fine as
you ever tasted, at Q. W. Geisel's.
Thk '09 apple crbp.io place'd at 35,000,
000 barroJe, or something over two bar
rels for every family in the country. .
The marriage of Miss Maude Wads
worth Adair and Mr. Robert Atwell
Farhsworth will be solemnized this after
noon at 2 o'clock in the Church of the
Nativity, Rev. D. D. Chapin ofliciajing.
That Throbbing Headache
Would' quickly leave you, if you used Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Thdusands of suf-
WkWi Kntra viAtarl tlinlt mnrfll1oDQ ITlftrif
for (sick and nervous headaches. They
make pure blood and strong nerves and
hitilrl nr vnnr hnnlHi. T!nBV to tnkfi.
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back
if not cured. Sold bv J. J. Wood & Son,
FOR RENT Two front rooms over Mitchell,
Finch & Co.'s Bank. Steam heat. Will rent
one or both. Suitable for ofllco or bed-room;.
Possession given 1st of November. Inquire at
the bank. 7-dtt
S .aw V V
On a few of tho inany useful, articles that can be
found at the RACKET S.TOUE ;
Twelve-quart Galvanized Chamber Tall- .20c
Combined Thermometer and Barometer 10c
Coal Buckets 17o
NIceNIcklcd Poker 6c
Kitchen Lamp with reflector , 20a
Oil Cloth, per yard (Ouo collection) 15o
Large box of best Lye or potash 4c
Ax Handles 0c
Five-strap and buckle Lcgglns 43c
Huntlug Coats, 70c
Flno "Door Mat, 2GxH ; 3 1c
Rolling Pin 5c
Kitchen Fork ; ?o
Kitchen Sot Bread, Cako and Paring Knife, ...15c
Butter Molds 9c
Large double Roasters ,.S5o
Three-gallon Prcservlug Kettle ...49o
You can find anything you want hero at prices
that will make you buy.
FOR 8ALE A new two story frame dwelling
in Culbertson j five rooms, kltchon and cel
lar. House storm sided, papered and weather
boarded. Coal house and Outhduses. will'sell
with either oue, two, three or four lots, each 32x
112 feet In size. Apply to S.B. CHUNK. 2.Vd4w
"ClOU SALE My dwelling house 2W West 'lhlrd
jm street, an jn sooa repair ; seven rooms, at
lie, uum room ana cellar,
Gas and water. S. B.
TT10RSLK Southdown, bucks and mountalu
I a'h PaII nn nr Aitilroi. iniTM II PUrrita
Bernard, Mason County. Ky. 11 dtf ,'
TJIORSALE My residence kuown as "River
JLJ sido," located half mllo outsidd city limits
ou' tho rlvtfr sido below Maysvllld, Ky. A bar
gain. Possesslonlvcn at once. A.J. McDOUGLE.
HfNGTON OPERA HOUSF,
Ono Veek, Commencing
MONDAY, f O
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In a ropertolro of Melodramatlo success. Mon
day night, tho powerful Comedy-Drama,
"Escaped From the Law'
with n strong cost, elegant costumes, new scenery
and mechanical enacts. Chango of play ulghtly.
Monday evening a lady free If accompanied by
ono paid 30 cent ticket.
C, n TOLLE, Mauager.
PRICES, 10, 20 and 30 CENTS.
Seats on nalo at NeUon's.
Evbrytiiinq that rocs to make nice
bridal presonts can bo found at Murphy's.
Out Klass, tho newest sterling silvor, tho
finest bronze lamps, clocks, silver-plated
ware, tables, flno art Roods, toilet articles,
in fact tho finest stock in city from which
to make selections'.
Munrnv, tho jeweler.
Strictly pure spice at Chenoweth's.