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WE ARE W3ADY F04
No matter iC you are looking for the practical or ornamental in
the way of, a Christmas gift, you'll find it ierc in great prolusion and
variety, auS always at bargain prices. Our lino of foreign fancy
warjcs arc our own direct importations and all -domestic, goods .were
purchased direct from the liiakers, insuring you prices that can not
ho met by ordinary retail stores. 4 '
MIRRORS, ALBUMS, CHINAWARE.-
Those articles comprise both useful and ornamental qunlltles.
We have pretty, odd shaped Mirrors in silver or gilt frames from IB
cents to $2.50. Magnificent Albums, always a suitable gift, bound
in celluloid and plush, from 39c. to $2.05. In Chinawaro wo are
showing the daintiest of Pin Trays', Ash Receivers, JPuff Boxes,
Jewel Cases and Vases from 5c. to $1.50.
CHRISTMAS CLOAKS AND COLLARETTES.
Wo .know of no moro appropriate Yulctido gift than antyllsh
Jacket or Cape or a pretty Fur Collarette. Our prices arc made to
sidt tho.purses of gift purchasers. Splendid All Wool Kersey Jack
ets in all colors, from $3.75 to $15.05. Seal and Martin Collarettes
with Mouiion or Astrachan trimming, aro priced from $1.30 to
$10.05., Plush Capes with fur trimming from $1.08 to $15.
IF YOU ABE CHRISTMAS ' SHOPPING YOULL SAVE
MONEY BY CALLING ON US.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
KOF LOW PRICES
FELL IN A WELL,
Did Two Little Girts, Oat Both Escaped
The Brooksville correspondent of the
Augusta Chronicle tells of two rather re
markable accidents at the former place.
"About a year ago," he writes, "A. 0.
Vei6brodt wbb cleaning out his well
when his little daughter, Lourena, aged
nine, lost her balance and tumbled in,
falling twenty feet head foremost, strik
ing her father on the back. She eui
tained only slight injury.
"Last Wednesday (week) Lourena De
Moss, aged Beven, was at Mr. Weisbrodt's,
playing in the yard with his little girl ;
seeing the well inclosure and thinking it
was a play house ran and climbed in.
Tho door over the well gave way and
Lourena went dowu twenty feet. There
happened to be only a little mud in the
well and no water. When she was dis
covered she was trying to climo out; not
the slightest injury did she receive. She
was not so much as frightened ; did not
"These are true statements. It appears
to ub that the days of miracles are in our
midst. Such things seem impossible,
nevertheless they are ttuo."
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to tho public
to know of one concern in the 'and who
are not afraid to be generous to the needy
and sufloring. The proprietors of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds, have given away over
ten million trial bottles of this great med
icine; and have the satisfaction of know
ing it has absolutely cured thousands of
hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis,
hoarseneBS and all diseases of the throat,
chest and lungs are surely cured by it.
Call on J. J.Wood & Sop, druggists, and got
a trial bottle free. Regular size 60 cents
and 81. Every bottle guaranteed, or
Tbjs year Is ot tho
"wbero'two onttro floors have been given over to
Ws Royal Highness fnrthodlsplayftfan'ltmnenso
Itoaicof Toys and HOIilDAVGOOPHof every
description. Como to tho ofllclal disbursing point,
Whcro tbo stock is full, fresh and prices low.
See Ray's line of Xmas goods.
The latest in toilet sets at Ray's.
Shredded biscuits and cream ot wheat
Christmas goods can be found this stc
son at Miss Lou Powling's.
Wanted, good country butter. High
est market price at H. E. Langdon & Co's.
Wanted, good country butter. High
est market price paid at H. E. Langdon
Pure crushed sage, grain and ground
pepper, Cayenne pepper, saltpetre and
spices, all kinds, at Chenoweth's drug
Paris is to have a legal hanging next
Monday. Clarence Williams will be ex
cuted for murdering a young negro girl
in cold blood.
A telegram from Frankfort says Gov
ernor Bradley has not taken any action
on the burning of Coleman. He has re
ceived no request to offer a reward.
Pictures made on platino and velox
papers of Grecian art from the old mas
ters endure forever. Gift for Christmas,
found only at J. T. Kackley & Co.'e.
Miss Leah Pauline Grimes, a niece of
Mrs. J. D. Bridges, of Portsmouth, was
married Tuesday evening to Mr. Harry
E. Taylor of that place. It was one of the
most brilliant nuptial events of the sea
son at that place.
See Murphy the jeweler before making
any Christmas purchases, or you will
regret not having done so. He has never
shown as many handsome goods. His
prico is lower than you will And in this
city, and the quality of goods can be no
Mr. Samuel Thompson, who formerly
resided near Dover, died at, the homo of
his daughter, -Mrs. Pink Evans, in Bour
bon County, Nov. 22. Mr. Thompson
was 82 years of age at the time of his
death, and married a Miss Masterson
who preceded him in death.
Nelson Morris, tho exporter, bought
last evening of Mr. Robert Kirk sixteen
heavy cattle at the biggest price that has
yet been paid in Mason County. Tho
sale was made through Sim Weil, of Lex
ington, over tho long-distance telephone.
Tho sale was closed without the buyer
ever having seen tho cattle.
At Richmond Wednesday in the case
of tho Commonwealth against D. J.
HausB, President of the Richmond Elec
tric Company, and Frank H. Adair, of
Carlisle, its Secretary and General Mana
ger, Judge Scott, upon motion of the de
fendants' attorneys, granted a change of
venue to Jessamine Count. Hauss and
Adair, it will remembered, were jointly
indicted on tho charge of fraudulently
obtaining money from Hume Brothers,
tho principal stockholders of the com
pany. The defendants allege that owing.
to tho influence of the Humes tbey do.
not think they can get a fair trial at
Richmond, henco the ohange of venue. I
And Slock Sales Next Monday Free Fer
riage For Ohio Visitors.
Bear in mind that next Monday is
monthly court and stock sales day in
If you have any live stock for sale bring
Free ferriage for our neighbors from
A regular feast of bargains in all stores.
Take stock in tho twenty-first series
Limestone Building Association. BookB
now open. Call on anV of the officers.
It is no longer a secret that our
landlords have contracted for the
improvement of our storerooms.
When done they will favorably
compare with the finest in the State.
Not finer, however, than their con
This is no longer left for us to
say. For good, honest, up-to-date
Clothing and Shoes, "Go to Hech
inger's," is the advice from neigh
bor to neighbor.
There is a distinctiveness in our
merchandise that makes it unique.
Now to "business." We have
four weeks left to unload, if not the
entire stock, at least enough of it to
give the workmen sufficient room
to get around the place when they
begin to tear down, which will be
about the 15th of January.
We can not hope to accomplish
the unloading without extra induce
ments to the purchaser. We are
going to INDUCE you to help us
We know of no plainer way to
convince you that we are in earnest
than this proposal: Go into any
clothing house in or out of town,
Price their merchandise, then look
at and price ours. That will 'tell
the story of the unloading of our
stock to make room for the improvements.
Inauguration of Governor.
On above account the L. and will sell
round trip tickets to.Frankfort for morn
Ing trains Decomber 11th and 12th at
$2.00. Return limit December 13th.
SPE0IAX.S4.LE OP INDIES', MEN'S
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AT THE
New York Store
OF HAYS & CO.
Now going on. Our prices lower than ever. Quality and styles better
Ladies' good Shoes 90c, worth SI 50 ; Lidies' good heavy work Shoes
00c; Lajesr$2 Shoes now $1,40; Ladies' very tJaest Shoes, regular price
$3, now $2.; Men'a Shoes from 85c 'on up; Men's High-cut Shops $1.39,
worth $2 Children's SJioes from 25c. on up; Ladies' Rubbers 24c.
Ladles' Ready-Ma do Skirts mid Waists.
Ladies' Wool Plaid Skirt SI 00, worth $2. See our Silk Skirls, now
$3 73, worth So. Ladies' Wool Waists now 50c.
Jut received an enormous line of Fascinators and Children's Capes.
Price 15c. up to 75c.
Don'tbuy one cent's worth of Under oar of anyjkind until you have
seen ours. Llegant Ladiea' Vests now 14c, worth 25c.
Dress Goods cheaper than over. Wool Plaids, double width, 15c.
HAYS & CO.
P. S. New Capes and Jackets received daily ; come and see them.
iis' Inntr Rlnnlr Hanps S1.1S. wnrt.ri f.
Ladies' long Black Capes $1.15, worth $2.
LOVEL'S Holiday Special!
My immense purchases of specialties for the Holiday trade are now in. and on Mon
day, the Uth inst., will be opened up and ready for the trade. These goods were bought
early in the season direct Irom the manufacturers, at the lowest cash prices, and in spite of
the heavy advances, I intend to give my trade from now until the first day of January
special low prices on all these goods. My purchases in all lines are equal to that of many
jobbing hou-es, and in CANDIES and FIREWORKS simply wonderful, therefore I can
and will save you the retailer's protit. As evidence, just look:
4 pounds best Imported Mixed Candy 25c
4 pounds best New York Mixed Candy 25c
4 pounds best Home-made Mixed Candy 25c
4 pounds best Phoenix Mixed Candy 25c
4 pounds best Assorted Stick 25c
4 pounds best Gum Drops 25c
I pound Mixed Nuts JOc.
And for the boys
4-balI Roman Candles, each Ac
6-ball Roman Candles, each , 1c
8-ball Roman Candles, each JJ
JO-ball Roman Candles, each 2c
12-ball Roman Candles, each 2J
15-ball Roman Candles, each 4c
20-ball Roman Candles, each 5c
Best FIRECRACKERS, per pack 2J
Also Cannon Crackers, all sizes; from 3 inch to 12 inch. Rockets and Torpedoes in
large quantities at surprisingly low prices.
My stock of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES is always full and complete, and at pri
ces that can't be successfully met. Special attention is called to my large and carefully
selected stock of New Crop Molasses, Syrups, Green and Roasted Coffees, Sugars and Teas.
My stock of Canned Goods, Pickles, Catsups, Preserves and Jellies is simply immense,
of the greatest variety and finest brands. Headquarters for Game, Poultry, Oysters, Celery,
Cranberries, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Figs, Raisins, Dates, Citron, Lemon and
Orange Peel, Prunes, Currants, Fine Extracts, Dried Fruits, Pure Buckwheat Flour, Pan
cake Flour, Wholewheat Flour, Graham Flour, Maple Syrup, Quaker Oats and Cereals of
all kinds. Finest brands of Hams, Breakfast Bacon and Leaf Lard. All of which are
specially prepared for my trade. When you want the best bread and cakes use Perfection
Flour. My fine Blended Coffee has no equal. People from the country are invited to
make my house headquarters when in our city. You are always welcome. I run two de
livery wagons which enables me to deliver all goods promptly. A street car ticket given
with each purchase of $1 or over. Phone 83.
R. B. XjO v EXj,
THE LEADING GROCER
THE TOBACCO FAIR.
Maysvlllo Orchestra Will Furnish Music
For tho Occasion.
The Maysville Orchestra has very
kiudly tendered its services for tho to
This generous action on their part
merits the hearty thanks of the Board of
Trade and other progressive citizens.
Those who attend the fair and do not se
cure a prize will be repaid for coming by
tho musical treat they will be sure to en
joy. Our country friends are signifying that
they will be here in large numbers.
All will receive a cordial welcome.
Christian Church linzar.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday the
ladies of the Christain Church will give
a grand bazar in the Btore room on West
Second street, formerly occupied by F.
B. Ranson. Meals served at noon and
supper hour. Fancy and useful articles
will be on sale in abundance. Come and
Bee, even if you do not want to purchase.
Open all day.
IS xx LEI
As Trustee under n deed of trust made by J K.
Best nnil wife, now deceased, I will sell, on tho
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1899,
about TWENTY-TWO ACRES OF LAND, situated
on the Kenton Station Turnpike, and adjoining
tho lands of Mary Slack, Duu Adams and Basil
Owens, about two miles from Washington, being
the share of Mrs. Kezlu A. Best In the lands of hor
fathqr, Ell Wood, deceased. Laud Is first-class
and in a line neighborhood.
Terms of Sale One-third cish, one-third In ono
year and tho remaining third In two years. De
ferred payments to bear interest ntC per cent,
from date. Possession given as soon as sale bonds
with surety are executed to me.
Srtlo will take place at 2 o'clock r. m.
2s.!w JOHN C. ADAMSOA', Trustee.
1J10R KENT Tho Dieuer Honse, 112 and 111
Market street. This houso has-been doing a
good business of late, but proprietors wih t re
tiro from public business. JOS. A, D1ENER &
1710U RENT '1 wo iare lianubouio trout rooms
))11n!nfKfl nr hnnsn.Vitnn(ti(, flivnni. iclll a.
gsther or separately. Inquire at Bulletin ot-
I710R RENT Urai-clouss residence coutraliy
j located ; newly papered, painted and other
wise Improved. Five rooms, hall, flno cellar,
city water and gas. Suitable for business and
dwelling or -rooms could bo rented separately.
Inquire at Bpu.ktin offlee. 2,i dlmo
EOR RENT Two trout rooms over Aiucneli,
Finch it Co.'s Bank. Steam heat. Will rent
ono or both. Suitable for oillco or bed-rooms.
Possession given 1st of November. Inquire at
the bank. 7.(11 f
ITtOR SALE A line piano at a bargalu. Apply
3 at this oillco. W.O.N. 0-dCt
T710R SALE OR RENT My home on East Third
Jj styet. MRS. MARY T. COX. lldtf
No Photos can be prom
ised for Christmas after
the J 5th. Cloudy weath
er makes no difference.
T710R SALE Southdown bucks and mountatu
JL! owes. Call on or address JOHN B. PETERS,
GAD Y S STUDIO.
Bernard. Mason County. Ky. ' 11 dtf
jIQRSALiE My residence known as "River
J !lde." located half mlln outsldo cltr limits
on tho river sido bolow Maysville, Ky. A bar
gain. Possession glvon at onco. A.J. McDOUQLE.
TT OSTsmallKnlght Templar charm, mark
JU ed "S. P., Toraplo No, i." .Finder will
pleaso return it to this ofllce. 8-3td
fTlOUND Monday, a pocket-book containing a
JP small sum of money and nicer. Call at this
pluce. S d3t