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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ROYM. MKINO POWOtH CO., HtW VOHK.
Horns Picked Up by tbe Bulletin's Corre
spondents in Mason and
Mr. and Mr. Hums have, returned homo alter
a pleasant visit here.
Mrs. Milton Johnson aud bright little daugh
ter arc here on a visit.
Mrs. Wilson and niece, Miss Mayme Scott, will
spend tbe winter In Maysville.
Miss Margarette Cogan, of Cincinnati, spent
Thanksgiving with her parents.
Frank Sturdevant and brother Harry returned
home after a successful hunt, bagging 100 rabbits
and thirty quails during their week's hunt.
Nature "makes all things beautiful in their
time." Every one of life's seasons, when life
moves on Nature's lines, has its own charm and
beauty. Many women dread that period when
they must experience chaugc of life. They fear
that face and form may suffer by the change,
nnd that they may fail to please those whom
they love. The value of Dr. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription in this crisis of woman's life lies in
the fact that it assists nature. Its use preserves
the balance, and buoyancy of tbe mind and sus
tains the physical powers. Many women have
expressed their gratitude for the help and com
fort given by "Favorite Prescription" in this
trIng period. Its benefits are not passing but
permanent and conduce to mental happiness as
well as physical strength.
A Musical Treat Next Monday Night.
Jloaday evening, December 11th, a
concert will be given in the Washington
Opera House by II. G. Andre, pianist,
and Madame Nina Fugh Smith, contralto.
Both are first-class artists. Andre is an
Alsatian, was educated in the Conserva
tory ol Paris, France, and has always en
joyed a fine reputation as a pianist, or
ganist, teacher and composer; was con
nected with the College of Music at the
time Theodore Thomas was conductor.
He has for years been organist of the
Mound Street Jewish Temple. He has
played in conceit from the age of seven
We have just received and are now display
ing the most elegant and handsome line of the
following goods ever seen in this city t
Pearl-Handle Knives and Forks,
Pearl-Handle Fruit Knives,
Pearl and' Stag Pocket Knives,
Brass Fire Sets, .
years. At one time he and Mr. Doernor
were two of the most noted ensemble
players in the West. Ho has always
been noted for the beauty of his touch
and bis variety and versatility of inter
pretation. Mr. Andre possesses quite a
gift for composition. The John Church
Company at ono time cleared $30,000 on
the Arabeeque, one of his compositions.
He will play some of his own pieceB on
Madame Smith traveled ono year with
Plaucon, the great baritone, in Canada,
and has sung in opera in the great cities
of Europe. She is the daughter of Sena
tor Pugh, of Ohio, and is well known to
some of the best families, in Maysville.
She possesses a contralto voice of unus
ual range and beauty of tone. The pro
gram she offers to the MayBville public
is one of variety and interest and made
up of pieces which she has sung with
most success in former concerts.
Subscription tickets will bo delivered
to those who contributed to the guaran
tee fund this week. All collections must
be made before Monday.
Tickets on sale at Nelson's Saturday
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE.
H, G. ANDRE, Pianist.
MRS, NINA PUGH SMITH, Contralto.
A rare treat for all lovers of Music.
Admission 75 cents. No extra charge for re
Tickets on sale at KeUon's Saturday.
Subscription tickets can be exchanged for cou
pon tickets at Nelson's.
4' .' L 5
Cjinmhslottcrt Tuko the Attorney's
Argument Under Advisement.
Frankfort, Ky Dec. 7. Argumeat3
la the election cases are concluded, and
a decision from the commissioners is
expected on Saturday. Judge Hargis
delivered the closing argument for the
Democratic side. The commissioner!)
will spend much time in going over
the authorities cited by the attorneys,
In his argument Judge Hargis do
clared that by reason of tbe presence
r-f the militia and United States mar
shals in Louisville the Democratic
ticket was deprived of 10,000 votes.
He also stated that tho election ofll
cers of Jefferson county had certified
under the stress of a writ of man
damus for returns which were lalse.
Next he took up the right of county
election boards to make supplementary
returns, arguing that they should be
Judge Pryor announced that the
board would take the arguments under
advisement and make their decision
Charged With Murder.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 7. Harry Ham
beiger was arrested charged with the
murder of John M. Reindel, who was
brutally murdered in his bicycle shop
last Saturday night. Hamberger is a
former employe of Reindel, and is
known to have been in the shop on the
evening the murder was committed.
The police found a club In the bicycle
shop spattered with blood, and tho
parents of the young man identify it
as one that has been around their
house. This was Hamberger's 20th
birthday and ho was celebrating It
Incendiary Spo chrs.
Tampa, Fla., Dec. 7. Cubans here
are much excited over several speeches
which were made In cigar factories
by Cubans. The speakers were bitter
and Incendiary in their language re
garding the American occupation of
Cuba and advocated the use of force
and dynamite to rid the island of all
Trial of Puna Operators.
Springfield, 111., Dec. 7. The trial of
the case of H. P. Penwell and Orvllle
Penwell, operators of the Penwell
Coal Mining company's mines at Pana,
who are charged with inciting the riot
of April 10 last, when seven people
were killed and many others wounded,
was begun in the Christian county
Detroit, Dec. 7. The steamer Ra
maro reports that while in Lake Erie,
20 miles below Longpolnt, she passed
through a quantity of wreckage, in
cluding a portion of a cabin. No marks
could be made out, but it is believed
some vessel must have gone to pieces.
Grand Rapids, Dec. 7. William M.
Butts, until a month ago secretary of
tho Worden Grocery company, was
Jailed here, charged with embezzling
f35,000 from the company.
Grain and Stock Prices for Dec. 7.
Cattle Good to choice, $5 G037 -10; poor
to medium, $4 40(35 25; mixed stackers,
53 O0fi3 75 j selected feeders, $4 2g4 CO;
good to choice cows, $3 &V34 85; heifers,
$3 005 00; ennners, ?1 75Q3 O0; bulls,
$2 50g4 25; fed Texas beeves, $4 25Q5 25;
grass Texas steers, $3 25Q4 25. Calves
?4 007 35.
Hogs Mixed nnd butchers', $3 8034 10;
good to choico heavy, $3 00i54 10; rough
heavy, ?3 80Q3 87Vi; "gut, $3 854 05.
Sheep and Lambs Native wethers, $3 80
4 85; western wethers, $4 00Q4 CO; lambs,
$4 0035 CO; western lambs, $5 0005 40.
.Wheat No. 2 red, 0007'c. Corn-No.
2, 30ic Oats No. 2, S2K23c.
Hogs Yorkers and mediums, ?4 15; pigs,
4 1C&4 20.
Sheep and Lambs Good to choice Iambs,
$4 85&5 00; good to choice wethers, $3 75
4 00; fair to good mixed sheep, $3 253 CO.
Cattle Good to chole 1,100 to 1,200
pound steers, $5 10Q5 25; fair to good,
$4 G024 80; good to choice 000 to 1,050
pounds steers, $4 C0gc 00; fair to good,
$4 25Q4 CO; fair to good lighter steers, $3 75
Q4 10; fair to choice heifers, $4 00(8.4 75;
cows, $2 50(513 50; bulls, $3 00Q3 75. Calves
Good to best, 0607 00.
Cattle Choice, $0 OOfiO 25; prime, $5 70
C 00; good, $5 25Q5 CO; tidy butchers', $4 75
(05 10; common, $3 50-34 00; bulls, stags
and fat cows, $2 25ig4 00; fresh cows,
$30 O0SC0 00. CaIves-$7 007 00.
Hogs Best mediums, $4 30; best York
ers, $4 2504 80; light Yorkers and pigs,
$4 204 25; heavy hogs, $4 1504 20.
Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep, $4 300
4 40; good, $4 1504 25; fair, $3 5004 00;
choice lambs, ?5 3005 w; common to good,
$3 5005 25.
Cattle Steers, $4 5000 40; good to choice
oxen, $4 5005 00; bulls, $2 5004 CO; cows,
$1 8004 25.
Calves Veals, $5 5008 75; light calves,
?4 0004 50.
Lambs Good to prime, $5 G205 60;
Canada lambs, $5 80.
nogs-?4 4004 CO.
Wheat-No. 2 red, 73c. Corn No. 2,
40c. Oats No. 2, 20ic. Rye No. 2 west
Cattle-Butchers', $4 4005 00; shipping,
$5 0005 50; tops, $5 5000 -j; cows and
heifers, 4 0004 50; stackers and feeders,
3 5004 00. t
nogs Yorkers $4 35; mediums and heav
ies, $4 25; pies, $4 3504 40.
Bhcep and Lambs Best Iambs, $5 45
Sheep and Lambs Best lambs, $5 400)
5 50; fair to goodr $5 0005 25; culls and
common, $4 0004 50; mixed sheep, $4 250
4 60; culls and common, i'2 5003 00; choico
yearlings, 5,4 5004 70.
TVheat No. 2 red, 00c. Corn No. 2 mix
ed, 31c. Oats No, 2 mixed, 2Mc.
Rye-No. 2, 01c.
ness andBest.ConMns neltha
OraunCMorpfcine nor Mineral.
Apafectnemcdy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarehoea,
and LOSS OF SLEEP.
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RAIL HO A I) 8CHEIUT.E.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO
5:30 a. m
...m 6:10 a. in
-8 50 a. m
... 3.30 p. m
No. 16. 10 OS a. m.
No. 2. . i:S3p.m
No. 1st 5:'J0p.m.
.. 7: wp.ro.
..10 41 p. m
Dally. 1 Dally except dunday
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
6:47a. in.; Baltimore, 8 00 a. m.; Philadelphia. 10:10
a. m.: New York. 12:43 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
5.00 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at 'Washing
ton at 3.45 p. m.; New York, 9.05 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
7:55 a. m.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort y trains 2 aud 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati tor all points
West and South.
No. 1,2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysville
For (ull information and rates to all points East
and West, apply to
T. A. GABRIGAN, 8. E. P. A.,
Loaves Maysville ai
5:47 a. m. for Paris, Lex
lugton, Cincln'ti, Rich
lon,Jelllco, Mlddlesborough, Cumberland Gap
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern DlvlRion.
Leave Masvllie at 1:15 p. m. for Paris, CIncln
natl, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N. N. and M". V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysville at 9.45 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.
All trains daily except Sunday.
Are arriving everyday. Our
stock 1b large and complete.
Choicest selections can be
made In our lino of China,
Glass and Queenswnre, Din
etc. Prices low.
GEO. F. BROWN'S
China Palace, 40 West Sec
ond street, Maysville, Ky.
Caught Hot From tho Wires ana Full
Popo Leo is reported 111.
Odd Fellows' Beneficial association
will not disband.
Mrs. John Karl, of near Stelmo, Ala.,
gave birth to six male children all on
tho same day. Three are living.
President Samuel Gompers is laid
up at Washington as the result of a
Ex-Senator Allen of Nebraska l n
candidate to succeed the late Senator
Mrs. C. A. Burling, mother-in-law nf
Admiral Sampson, is dead at Roches-
ter, N. Y.
Mrs. Ben Thomas and child -wa
burned to death' In their home at Fort
A freight on tho B. & O. crnsharl
into a work train near Mansfield, O.
One man was killed and four injured.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THl CCNTAUH COMPANY. NtW VOIt CtTT.
So maDy ladles and gents visit my place
is tbe number of attractions offered them
in the way of Rood things to eat. My
stock Is always complete and of the very
best quality that can be had. I fear no
competition, because my prices are the
lowest. It will pay you to learn my pri
ces before purchasing. Remember the
place for nice
Fresh Oysters, Cranberries, and don't for
get "White Star" Coffee, tho best In the
city. I will be pleased to have you call,
will try and make you interested whilo
here. All good sold will be delivered
promptly to any part of the city. Phono
W. T. CUMMINS,
Cor. Third and- Limestone.
MURRAY & THOMAS,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
Building Stone always on hand.
103 W. second Street, Maysville, Ky
GEO. W. SMITH,
Gas.Steamand Hot Water Fitter.
Wall street, between Second and Third, opposite
Dr. Pickett's residence. Phone No. 78.
C. BURGESS TAYLOR,
ATTOMET AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collection ol Claims,
211 Court Street, Maysville, Ky.
JAS. A. WALLACE,
Meals served In brst styles at all hours at reas
0DAb,le?L,ces OY8TEBS, FISH, GAME. Oysters
Bold by tho quart or gallon.
Corner Market and Front Streets.
Of 647 WestiNlHth Street,
Will boat tho Central Hotel. Maysville, Ky.,
nrst Thursday in each month.
DR. K. GOLDSTEIN,
"i l OF LODISVOl
Wie,?.t..tn?Central UM TUI8DAY, Decern
in.S,nirn,Dgon,cocach month. Byes exam
ined and Glasses scientifically adjusted.
tiffiS22?S!i,licaliJMta.,aat ,n the LoDdon w
Specialist in Diseases of'thiEvi. Ear
Bears the t'
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