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THE WEATHER RECORD.
(For the 24 hours ending at C.SO a. m.
State of weather Partly cloudr
Highest temperature 7B
Mati temperature 67 5
Wind direction South, southnct
Rainfall (tn Incurs) 5
Prcviouslyxoported this month 3i
'local for month to dale 03
May th, 10,15 a. m. Fair In uat, rain (n faff
jmrtton to-night ThmixtaiJiur ami u-nrmcr.
THE CROP OUTLOOK.
Conditions the Past Week Wore More Fa
voralile Wheat Improved Corn
Planting in Progress.
Fruit All Right.
In the County Court esterday the. Auditor's
Agent was knocked hellwcstandcrooked In his
suit aalut Mr. Otto 0. Callahan, executor of
Che late David Early. The A. A. started out
wrong, o he will have to begin all over again.
Otto G. Callahan yesterday qualified as execu
tor of the late D.ivld Early, with William Luttrell
surety. Tuesday's Ledger.
The Auditor's Agent says the Ledper
editor ia crowing too Boon ; that he has
forced Mr. C. to qualify as executor of
late David Early, in order to prevent the
appointment of an administrator with
the will annexed, and that he is now
ready to proceed with the suit.
FOR SAFE KEEPING.
Charles (laskins. Who Killed Yonng Ryan
at Flemingslinrg, Lodged in tlto
Chief of Police Donovan returned
Tuesday afternoon from Charleston, W.
Va., with Charles Gaskins, the negro
who is charped with killing young Ryan
at Fleiningsburg last week.
On account of the stronp sentiment
apainst Gaakins at Flemingsburg, it was
not thought advisable to take him to
that city. Accordingly, hia attorney,
Mr. Jos. Power, went before Jtidge Wyatt
and waived examination, and Gaskins
was ordered committed to the Maysville
jail, without bail, to await the next term
of the Fleming Circuit Court.
According to his story he concealed him
Eelf in a hayloft a day or so after the
cutting, and then went to Morehead,
thence to Charleston, where he was cap
tured last Fridav.
Result of Monday's Games
in the National
Innlngo 1 2 3 45(1789 10 11-R H.E.
St. Louis 1 20000000 0 03 93
Cincinnati 1 00010001 0 14 91
Batteries Powell and Ryan; McFadden and
Innings 1 2 3 1 5 G 7 8 9-R.H.E
Brooklj n 3 01000000175
Boston 0 0000000 22 74
Batteries Donovan and McGwire; Willis, Law
son and Kittridge.
Weekly Bulletin of Weather Bureau.!
The past week was by far the most
favorable of the season to the agricultural
interests. Warm, dry weather prevailed
generally. The farmers were quick to
take advantage of this and farm work
Corn planting occupied the greater
portion of the time, as a great many
early planted fields had failed on account
of the cold weather and had to be re
planted. "Wheat improved steadily and in most
localities is in promising condition.
Tobacco plants made a splendid
growth; from some localities there are
complaints of damage to the plants by
cut wormB and other insects.
Fruit appears to ba in pood condition
in nearly all portions of the State and the
outlook for a large yield is very favora
ble. . '
Gardens are looking much better,
though Btill rather backward. Potatoes
are coming up. Oats, rye, clover and
grass have made a splendid growth.
Rain would now be beneficial, es
pecially in the western portion, where it
is becoming quite dry in localities.
Ice cream aoda at Chenoweth's.
L. and N.'s earnings show an in
of $32,039 the. fourth week of
"HEART AND SWORD."
Romantic Comedy to be Given
Opera House To-night.
Innings 1 2
Philadelphia 2 0
New York 1 0
Innings 1 2 3 15 0 7
Pittsburg 0 2 112 0 0
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
r Batteries Chesbro and O'Conuor
5 C 7 8 9 R.H.E
0 1 1 0 04 11 3
1 0 1 0 5 11 2
0 1 8 10 2
0 00 3 3
; Taj lor and
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in the postoffice atMayaville, Mason
County, Ky., for the week ending Tues
day, May 7, 1901:
Little, Miss Fan
Lockrldge. W. S.
Vance, Mrs. Stella
Wilson, Miss Mary
Young, Miss Xollfe
Persons calling for any of the abote
will please say advertised.
Cl.ARK.VCK MaTHKWH, P. M.
Mr. Walker Whiteside and bis splen
did company will give the above roman
tic comedy at the opera house to-night.
Tickets at Nelson's. The State, pub
lished at Columbia, S. C, has this to say
of the play and the star:
That Mr. Whiteside Is an actor whoso ability Is
equal to almost any histrionic venture Is too
well known to need repetition. He is the ideal
ol all who enjoy, It not admire, a story of the
Prisoner of Zenda sort. A careless, gay, reckless
aud extravagant young ruler, unmindful of
aught save his own pleasure, is suddenly brought
to a realization of tho serious situation of his
principality. The only way to save his kingdom
is to marry the princess of tho neighboring State,
Join the two principalities and replete the empty
treasury of one from the swelling colters of the
other. Against his will, the prince consents to
the marriage, but his better nature having been
stirred, ho seeks the princess in disguise and of
course wins her love, incidentally doing not a
few heroic deeds. The rest can bo guessed at,
for It is easy to foresee that when the prlucss Is
confronted with her lover in his true character
they will kiss aud live happily ever after.
Mies Dixie Leo Pearce was confirmed
in Trinity Episcopal Church, Covington,
The O. and O.'s earnings the fourth
week in April show an increase of $43,-
893. From July 1st, the increase is $1,-
Hampton Bush, attorney, has bought
the Reese House, at Winchester, for
$17,500. This hotel has been run under
the same name for thirty-five years and
rents for $2,000 a year.
At Springfield, 111., Monday, Miss Mary
Jane Caldwell, daughter of Congressman
Ben F. Caldwell, was married to former
Congressman Oscar Turner, of Louisville.
Former Congressman June W. Gale, of
Owenton, was best man.
South Portsmouth was terrorized Sun
day night by a gang of hobos, who drove
residents inside their homes.. Over a
dozen people were held up and robbed.
Isaac HuBton was terribly beaten up be
cause he resisted the robbers.
Fought for His Life,
father and sister both died of
consumption," writes J. T. Weatherwax,
of Wyandotte, Mich., "and I was saved
from the same frightful fate only by Dr.
King's New Discovery. An attack of
pneumonia left an obstinate cough and
very severe lung trouble, which an ex
cellent doctor could not help, but a few
months' use of this wonderful medicine
made me as well as ever and I gained
much in weight." Infallible for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung trouble.
Guaranteed bottles 50c. and $1 at J. Jas.
Wood & Son's drug store,
The city Board of Tax Supervisors will
convene at Mayor's office May ICth to ex
amine the Assessor's books and equalize
the assessment for this year. See notice
in this issue.
Miss Mary Collins, aped eiphteen,
daughter of Geo. Collins, of Abigail, Rob
erteon County, died last Saturday from
blood poisoninp, the result of an acci
dent sustained while riding horseback
with her brother several days ago.
The country home of former Congress
man Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, near Frank
fort, was destroyed by fire, with all its
contents. The loss ia about $5,000, with
no insurance. Mr. Fitzpatrick bad Just
furnished the house throughout, intend
ing to make his home there.
Col. Baldwin, the pacer, property of
)V. G. Dearing of- Poplar Plains, was
shipped yesterday to Cleveland, 0., by
Alexander & Bro., liverymen, where the
horse is entered in the 2:33 class, purse
$2,000. He is also entered in the sales
that take place in that city on the 20th.
Perhapa vou'Il need a new Carpet this spring. If so you'll surely want to see
our display the largest and best ever offered in this city.
A splendid apsortment of now spring patterns in all-wool ingrains, prices rang
ing from 25c. to Goc. a yard. , .. i,j t
Wiltons, tapestries, moquettes, velvets and body Bruasels-a line bound to
P CaOur Mattings have just been strengthened by the arrival of 100 bales of new stuff.
A magnificent showing ranging from 12Jc. (cheaper matting represents wasted
m0"ln Carpets, just like other lines of merchandise, the buyer ia at the mercy of
tha seller. Few carpet buyers know carpet values. Qualities are hard to carry in
the eve. It's this fact makes us use the greatest care in selling Carpets. It you
are a Carpet customer heie it is your privilege to know everything about toe car
pet you are buying.
We've gone to the depth of things in Carpets and
it's our pleasure to protect you as to qualities.
D. HUNT & SON.
Washington Opera House,
RUSSELL DYE & FRANK,
Wednesday Evening, May 8th.
John Meade, aged twenty-eight years,
,of Boyd County, waa dynamiting fish
when two'sticks of the explosive held in
each hand exploded, tearing oft both
arms, his nose and a part of his jaw and
otherwise mutilating his body. He lived
until next morning. He was a nephew
of ex-Circuit Clerk Meade, of CatlettB
burg. Mrs. Robert Anderson, wife of a pros
perous farmer of Nicholas county, com
mitted suicide SaturJay uight by taking
arsenic. It is said that she and her hus
band have not been getting along well
since the marriage of their eldest daugh
ter, some time ago. Anderson waa once
chastiztd by the whitecaps for alleged
cruelty to his family.
The Star Attraction of the Season !
Shlpman Brothers present
MR. WALKER WHITESIDE
And a carefully selected company of
players In the new romantic
An elaborate production, gorgeously gowned
and costumed. A unique and picturesque play.
Box seats Sl.50. Parquett SI, Dres Circle 75c.,
first three rows in Balcony 75c, balance of Bal
cons 50c , Gallery 25c.
Seats ou sale at Nelson's next Monday morning.
Line of new Spring Suits is complete and
ready for your inspection. We are showing
all the fabrics, stripe Serges, unfinished Wors
teds in plaid and stripe effects, and an im
mense line of fancy Cassimeres and the sta
ple black, blue and grey Cheviot and Wors
teds. Men's Suits $5 to $22.
Youths' Suits $4 to $J5.
Children's Suits $1 to $6.
Come, look and be convinced.
J. WESLEY LEE.
Mr. William Marsh, of Moransburg, re
porta the birth of a monstrosity on bis
farm a few days ago in the shape of a
calf. It was perfectly developed in every
respect, except that its head reeembled
that of a dog more than the head ot a
calf. The ears were very email, and
buck of them was a development or
formation of the skin that could be rolled
over the head somewhat like a hood.
Is prepared by an individual firm who made their repii
luluju. many j-cma "&" who mtenu. 10 maintain it as
long as the people appreciate good, pure coffee, at an
honest coffee price. If others imitate Arbuckles' coffee,
that's their business; if you prefer an imitation coffee,
that's your business. But you'll find that it's economy
to pay a cent a pound more for Arbuckles' Ask the
grocer for Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee, the original pack
age coffee, and refuse imitations under any other name.
With ench package of Arbuckles' CoiTeo you buy a definite part
of some- useful article (seo list which each packago contains).
The article Is yours whenover you presont a certain number of
Iguntures from tho wrappers at our Notion Dcpt. Look for tho list.
AUnuciCt,!; BROS,, Motion Dcpt.
FOR SALE A very desirable residence of six
moms, Ms aud water. Apply to MRS. M. P.
UILMORE. "07 Limestone street.
tflOU tiALK A irush mlicu cow.
! DAVID FIELDER, Minerva.
It is very much so to you when selecting
seeds to plant to buy the purest and best only.
I have them in quantities large and small,
wholesale and retail.
Melon Seeds of all kinds, pure Northern
grown Potatoes of all the desirable varieties,
Seed Sweet Potatoes, Onion Sets, white and
yellow. In fact everything in that line.
Special prices to market gardeners, large
melon growers and dealers. Don't buy un
til you see my stock and get my prices.
SPECIAL CUT PRICES
WILL CONTINUE ON CANNED G00BS
and other articles, and when you want the
very best Flour buy Perfection. My fine
blended Coffee at 25c is equal to the best 30c.
sold by others. My 20c. is an elegant roast
and my J5c. can't be beat anywhere at the
price. I am selling all( these goods at the
regular jobbing prices. In addition I carry
the largest and best stock of green Coffees
and fine Teas in our city.
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholasati and FUUII.
FOR RENT A larse, pleasant front room. Ap
ply at 516 West Second street. G-2td
T710R RENT Furnished or unfurnished busl-
X? lies? hOHS-8. dwellings, flats nnl rnnmi.
Apply to ERN'IE WHITE.
RENT A larce, haudsomo (lrst floor
room, with cas and vprv Inmn win.
dows. Suitable for a store, dress-raaklnir, office,
or other llRht employment. Rent reasonable.
Apply at Bulletin ofllce.
Ucw York, r. Y.
Mr. W. H. MeanB has been in AbIi
land this week on business.
Mrs. Roe Beckett and son, of Mt.
Carmel, are visiting Dr. T. It. James and
Mr. Oscar McDounle. who trnvnln
for a Lynchburg, Va., house, spent Sun
day in -Ashland.
Mrs. F. M. Munson, of New Castle,
Del., ia viaitinc her eiater, Mra. B. W.
Goodman, of West Third street.
Mrs. Geo, M. Thomas, Mrs. S. J.
Pugh and Mies Pugh. of Vanceburg,
were registered at the St. Charles Hotel
Mrs. Geo. II. Owens attended tlm fn.
neral of her couBin, the late Mrs. .Tamea
O. Ernst, of Covington, notice of whose
death appeared Tuesday.
Mra. J. M. Evans, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mre. George Bruce
at Houston, Texas, started homo Mon
day. She will visit at Pino Bluff and
Memphis on the way.
Jersey County (111.) Democrat : "Miss
Mamie Grimes, a charming young lady
of Maysville, Ky., who has been tho guest
of relatives and friends hero for tho past
month, returned to St. Louis Saturday
evening, accompanied by her cousin, Miss
Nellie Connors, whore the former expects
to visit bef jre returning homo."
The monthly business meeting of tho
Epworth League of tho M. E. Church
will be held to-night at 7:30. A full at
tendance is deBired, as tile annual elec
tion of officere and other business of im
portance will be transacted. ,
A Solid 14k Gold Watch, Elgin or Waltham
Gold Filled (Ladies' or Genf s),
Diamond Ring, Solitaire, x
To reduce stock these low prices prevail at
Positively for ten days only.
ci! ''d :ou Ruefully and most comfortably.
i ,,,Hai.,ul,ock Trapeze suspension with
Q"!ll thodaylon drS Keps the SUU ln
Rnnmtel 1.l.mC;,,,nftd0 VOU, VCTSifHl COlOK.
m , 0,uI,,l"8. Plates, Ralls, etc.
Geo! M Cfenkc SIarch-T,T0 s,ep composed by
Ra'rgalus ln Bicycles and Sundries.
J. T. KACKLEY& CO.
wft,1,l GnllMjr under same management.
specialty.1 I,ow workl Irgo Portraits a
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: Court St., ........East Side.