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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
KOSSER & McOAItTHY,
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1903
THE WEATHER ItECOItD.
. . For the 21 hours endluc at 6:30 a.m.'
State of wrather. Partly cloudy
Highest tempera lure j
Lowest temperature ,
Mean temperature .......... 69 6
Wind direction "lherj
Precipitation (Inches) rain, or show melted ... .00
Previously reported tor May - gj
Total (or May. to date 0"
May 1 1 9:33 a. in .Slnvm tirntgM and Friday.
It's probable that there isn't n fair
minded man in tbe United States who
doubta that Tuylor, Powers, Youtaey and
Jim Howard are guilty in the matter of
Governor GoebiO'B apfapination.
Jim Howard doesn't appear to put as
much value upon his neck as some of his
admirers do, judging from the heedlesB
way he has of applying for new trials,
seemingly regardless that one may result
in damage to that part of his anatomy
sooner or later; his admirers all the
while pretending to believe that Jim is
nearly the "salt of the universe."
The aspiring Democratic politicians in
most of the counties of this Congressional
district seem to have overlooked Mason
County's only candidate in the recent
State primary. If they imagine Allie
Young's "influence" will bo worth more
to them in future contests than the vote
of Mason County, they may have cause
to change their mind "some sweet day."
- One reason that some people want no
punishment meted to Jim Howard and
others is that they are well awaro that
this murderous gang will not sumbit to
all tbe punishment, while others equally
guilty go scot free, but will eventually
expose the whole infernal plot that was
concocted by Taylor and his gang of
mountain cut-throats, and, of course, they
don't consider this a very desirable thing
to have brought about.
It's not because of the innocenc of the
accused that such a tirade of abuse and
invective from certain quarters is lieaped
upon all who have had any part in tbe
prosecution of that Frankfort gang of
assassins. Billingsgate is not argument
and innocent men do not use such means
to establish their cases ; but it only goes
to conGrm their guilt in one of the most
diabolical and damning deeds of modern
As Viewed by President John Duley, of the
Hoard of Trade.
Enquirer, May 13lh.
Mr. John Duley, a well-known busi
ness man of Mayavillo, Ky., and Presi
dent of the Board of Trade in that city,
was -in the city yesterday to attend the
,. reception at the Business Men's Club
Speaking of Maysville, all of whose
business interests are closely interwoven
with those of Cincinnati, he said:
"Mayavillo is all right again, as we are
rid of smallpox, which caused a little
scare last winter, and the people are
thronging our stores, and our streets pre
sent a lively appearance. Tbe Mayor is
pushing the matter of better streets, and
we think within a year .dust and mud
will no longer offend tbe eye or befoul
"The city and county are preparing to
build an eruptive hospital and infirmary,
both to be modern structures.
"Mason County is the finest section of
the grand old Commonwealth, with no
more intelligent people on tbe face .of
the earth and no place in which kindly
hospitality is more freely dispensed. We
welcome all who seeks homes and busi
ness connections, and especially manu
"Our Board of Trado invites corre
spondence from manufacturing concerns
' seeking locations, and wo are prepared at
all times to offer them very Mattering in
ducements to come.
"Traction lines are being projected' and
-will be built that will give us close con
nection and trade with the magnificent
farming country lying south, east and
west, and, all things considered, the Ma
son County metropolis certainly seems
to have a rosy and prosperous future in
MAYSVILLE BROOM COMPANY.
Articles of Incorporation Filed Tuesday.
Capital Stock $-3,000 The In
corporators. The Maysville Broom Company was in
corporated Tuesday. The capital stock
is $3,000, divided into shares of $100, with
privilege of increasing it to $0,000.
The incorporators are Messre. Wm.
Means, O. T, HulT, W. H. Hawes, P. P.
Parker and McAtee Case and Dr. J. D.
Davis, each of whom holds five Bhares.
The company succeeds the firm of
Mearns & Huff, who have beon operating
the factory on East Second Btreet.
I Garments Gifts for Girl Graduates!
To those upon whom the happy work devolves of preparing the commencement outfit of girl graduates, we've this to say: Our stock of suitable dress
goods, hosiery, underwear, gloves, neckwear and ribbons is ready to meet every desiro and requirement. And, too, therd are hosts of other things, fans,
jewelry, purses, parasols, gifts appropriate for the occasion and sura to bp appreciated by the girl graduate. - .
Wash Fabrics For Graduating Gowns.
There isn't a want we can't fill. White dotted 8wisB08, French Or
gandies, Lawns, Nainsooks and Ba'iite9, India Mulls, Linons and Dimities-satin-striped
and embroidered Moussolinos, Damaaees, Wash Chiffon, 8jlk,
Linens, Linen Canvas, Basket Weaves, Etamints, 10c. to 75c. One hun
dred diflerent pieces of white wash fabrics afford broad choosing, do they
Wool Stuffs For Graduating Gowns.
Plain Mohair, 50c, 69c, 7oo. Figured Mohair, forty-five inches wide,
$1 Albatross, 50c. Hollow Cord, 50c. to $1J. Lansdownr $1. Voile,
fortv-eicht inches wide,- $125. Meltonotte, 50c.
White Silks For Graduating Gowns.
Habutai, soft but with excellent wearing qualities, 50c yard. Taf
fata, superior quality, 85c. yard. Peau de Cyne, beautiful eatin finish, $1
yard. Lc-uisine, soft and lustrous, $1 yard. Liberty satin, featherweight
for summer wear, $1 yard.
I I. HUNT & SONS I
Intending purchasers of cemetery work
of any kind will consult their own inter
est by seeing the Garnett Marble Co. be
fore placing their order. No. Ill Sutton
Ham Brothers,' of Washington, have
been offered $75 for a black mare mule
colt, to be delivered at weaning time.
This mule measured forty-four inches in
Mr. Elmer Johnson was tbe third in
his family to graduate last week from
the Williamsburg, O., High School. He
i9 a nephew of Prof. Kay, formerly of
Mr. Sudduth Calhoun has returned
from Louisville and has accopted a posi
tion with the State National Bank. His
friends warmly welcome him back to old
Tho Kentucky Encampment of the G.
A. It. will meet in annual session at
Louisville May 19th and 20th. Three
hundred members have been added dur
ing the year.
The friends in thiB city of Mr. O. H.
White, who has been ill for several
weeks at the home of relatives in Erlan
ger, will be pleased to learn that be is
The members of the Christian Sunday
school and also the choir are aBked to
meet at the church to-night at 7:15
o'clock to practice songs for Children's
Day. Let all be on hand promptly.
Mies Jessie Yancey and Miss Chunn
will give an elocutionary entertainment
at Stone Lick Church next Saturday
night. An enjoyable program will be
rendered. Tbe public cordially invited.
Mrs. I. S. Kay sendB the Bulletin the
program of the commencement ot the
school of "Pastoral Helpers," conducted
by the Christian Church at Cincinnati
last evening. A class of nine was gradu
ated. The Now Public Library will be open
this afternoon and Friday afternoon of this
week for the purpose of letting every sub
scriber on tbe present list have choice of
one or more books in place of unexpired
Rev. Father Jones, who is in daijy
communication with Father DeBruno',ij
who was operated on several days since
for appendicitis in Cincinnati, received
word Wednesday that he is improving
and is out of danger.
G. W. Rogers & Co.'s, 127 Market St.,
Maysville, Ky., is "the best place on
earth" to purchase the purest and best
Bourbon and rye whisky, brandies, gins,
California wines, etc. We guarantee all
of our goods to bo strictly pure and un
adulterated. i .. i
Rev. Charles Vawter, pastor of tho
Christian Church at Elizabothtowri will
visit his brother, J. A. Vawter, of this
city, on May 23 and will preach at
Bethany Church near Springdale on Sun
day, May 24, at 11 a. m. His brido will
accompany him. '
Born, Tuesday night, to Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Lawwill, of Pittsburg, a fine don.,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawwill and babe are with
her Bister, Mrs. Boyd Muse, of West
Third street. The mothor, father and
"Grandpa" Lane are all doing well.
Rev. Mr. Shepherd is conducting a
protracted meeting at tho Methbdist
Episcopal Church. Next week there
will be a popular minister to aid from
abroad. There was one addition to the
church Tuesday ovening. Tho services
will probably bo continued till June 2nd,
Children's Day, which anniversary, hav
ing originated in tbe M. E. Church, is
now observed all over tho world.
Mr. Joseph Lane has relumed to
The Misses Allison, of "Sunny Side,"
entertain this evening.
Rev. Dr. Waller left Wednesday for
Los Angelf s to attend tno Presbyterian
Mrs. JesBie M. Green, of Pulaski, N.
Y., is visiting her uncle, Col. R. R. Malt-
by, ot Washington.
Rov.T. S. Buckingham was the guest
vesieraay oi itov. ana jurs. jonn o.
Dickey at Washington.
Mrs. Lillie Ross Belt, of Saybrook,
III., has returned home after a visit to
her aunt, Mrs. A. M. .bridges.
Rev. Horace Wilson and wife,6f Mis
awaka, Ind., return home to-day after a
visit to his mother and sisters.
Miss May Wood, of Forest avenue,
was the guest Saturday and Sunday of
tne Misses Koacs in tne county.
Mrs. Sallio Marshall Taylor and chil
dren, who have been visiting in Fleming
Uounty, returned this week to their
home in North Carolina.
Rev. Richard Valentine and daugh
ter, Miss Mattie, of Huntington, W. Va.,
have been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
David L. Hunter, in the county this
Capt. George W. Tudor arrived home
Wednesday evening after a six months
visit to the family of bis son George, in
New York City, and is very much im
proved in health.
Miss Mary A. Mollov will leave
shortly for a visit to New York, and in
June will sail from there with a party of
friends for a trip to Europe. On her re
turn Miss Molloy will occupy' some of
her handsome real estate on Foreman
avenue at Lexington.
The Flemingsburg team defeated the
Maysville boys by a score of 18 to 7 in
their last ball game.
Poyntz Bro3. are the only Maysville
distillers selling pure liquors by tbe
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis
tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old
whisky $2 per gallon. Age and quality
guaranteed. Get the best. Office 126
Market.street Watson's old stand.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
W. II. Ilord, Plaintiff,
, . nxauiBi f .equity
Lesy GurreU'sAdmluIstratorAals., Defendants.
In obedience to a Judgment and order of sale
of tho Mason Circuit Court, rendered in tho
above mentioned cause at the February tcin,
1903, 1 shall, on .
Tuesday, May 19th, 1903,
at 2:30 o'clock p. m., on tho premises; lirocecd to
soil at public auction, to the highest bidder, on
a credit of six and twelve months, the following
real property, to-wit : Said 130 aero parcel of
land located partly In Mason and partly in Lewis
counties, and is bounded on the north by the
lands of John Sartaln and Xerxes Berry, on the
cast by the county road running irom Cabin
Creek to Wilson's bottom, on tho south by Chas.
Hughes' land and on tbe west by lands of George
and Wilson HuRhes, and being same laud con
vcyed by E. W. Garrett and wife to Wra. Garrett
and Ida Garrett and John Garrett, by two deeds,
dated March 80th, 1895; excepting therefrom that
certain tract or parcel of land In Mason County,
Kentucky, lying on tho waters of Cabin Creek
aud bounded as follows : Beginning at a stake
on the south side of Cabin Creek aud corn6r to
lot No. 1, thence N.tiJ. W. 31 75-100 chains to a
small honey locust ou tho north side Of a rock;
thenco N. BW, W. 6 24-1C0 chains to a stake;
thence N. W. 2 03-100 chains : thenco N. 9, W.
4 47-100 chaina ; thenco N. 34, W5 90400 chains to
a atako In Bartaln's lino, corner to lot No. 2;
thenco with tho line of John Bartaln 0. 88,
W. 21 21-100 chains to a stono set in ground
to corner to Bartaln. Xerxes Berry and
Elijah Berry j thenco 8. 22K. E. 8 GO-lOO chains to
a stako: thenco 8. 11, E. 4 91-100 chains : thenco
S. 3 E. 27 30-100 chains to a stake on a point;
thenco B. 73, W. 2 57-100 chains to a stake corner
to WIls Hughes ; thenco S. 4U, W. 3 75-100 chains
to a stako ; thence 8. 11, w. 17 C0100 chains to a
stako on the south side of Cabin Creek: thence
up tho creek with its meanderlngs 8. 31M, E. 4 55
100 chains ; thence N. 85, K. 3 8-100 chains to tho
West corner of old mill foundation; thenco N.
07, K. (S 53-100 chains to tho place ot beginning,
containing 75 85-100 acres, togothor with a right
of passway across tho land of Ida Vaughn and
minor heirs; same was conveyed to plaintiff by
John Garrett, Jr., andwlfo on day ,by
deed duly recordod in deed book Mason
County Court Clerk's office ; or sufficient thereof
to produce tho sum of mouey to bo made, to
wlt : $231, and SCO probable costs of this action.
Tho purchaser must bo prepared to promptly
oxecuto bond, with approved security, for, the
purchase price, which bond shall bear legal In
terest Irom day of sale until nald.
O. BUROES8 TAYLOR.
Gloves For Graduates.
12-button length in white Bilk, $1. Elbow length in white silk solid
hand, lace arm, $1. 2-button, double-tipped Bilk. 50c. White glace kid,
real kid, Paris point embroidery on back, $1. Washable kid, fearless of
water as a. sponge, $1.75.
Fans For Graduates.
Gauze, spangled and lace, painted in light tints, white, silvered or
gilded sticks, 60c. Gauze, lace trimmed, carved sticks, delicate designs
prettily painted, 75c. Empire, new designs, painted, spangled and lace
Jewelry For Graduates.
Brooches 25c. to $1.25. Hat pins 25c. Belt pins 10c to 50c. Waist
sets 25c to $1.. Neck chains 25c. to $1. ,' ,
Real Estate I
I Am Prepared to Do a General
Real Estate Business!
Do you want to buy, sell orexchange city prop
Do you want to exchange city property for a
Do you want to buy or sell a Farm in any part
of Kentucky, Ohio or anywhere?
Do you want to sell
Mayslick, Washington, Murphysville, Aberdeen or
any of the neighboring towns ?
Do you want to start a factory or buy or sell one?
Let me know exactly your wants, by letter or
WANTED A second-hand, roll-top desk.
Must bo lu good condition. Call on or ad
dress JOHN PULEY, 12Kl3t
PUBLIC 8ALE-On premises, May 23rd, at 2:80
p. m my homo Just West of Maysville.
House has six rooms, bath room, cellar and cab
inet mantels. Never falling well. Terms made
known day ot sale. JACOB WORMAXD. 12-dCt
FOR BALE Track cart in good condition.
Krazlor mako. Call on or apply to MOSE
DAULTON BROS, Mayavillo, Kentucky, ll-d.1t
L03T-Palr black undressed kid gloves on
Second, between Button and Market streets)
iteiurn 10 iuia nmco. 13-dut
OdT Waroond stlck-plu. Rtjturn to MRU.
i jciuiij. iiiiiiuuu receivo reward, li-uit
LmHis, CIm Jur KM Glrtas
With tho Dry Cleaner. It Is not a liquid, leaves
no odor and can bo used while tho glovo Is on
tho hand. For sale only by J. J. WOOD BON,
Soda water at R&y'A fountain to-day.
property located in Dover,
A Time For Everything
Under the Sun!
Now is tbe time to Paper and Paint.
Tie wise and act in the living present,
for youll be a long time dead. One
tundred discs for talking machines..
Come In and buy. Yours,
W. H. RYDER,
William R. Warner, ORed forty-soven
years, born at Washington, this county,
died May 12th at hla homo in Covington
whero he had long resided. He waa a
?on thu Jlr' L' E- Warner, who
taught school at Washington many years
ago. ' J
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