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DAIffV, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1904.
Fair to-nllit rttul Sundny.
The whole of Texas, the Birmingham
News aays, seema anxious to have Presi
dent Kbosovelt make that Stato a visit.
It is said that even the boll weevil is
offering no objections to the invitation.
Magnificent Program of Solos anil Classic
Dramatic Headings by tho llojts
and Local Talent.
"Kkhoe, I'm awfully sorry you are not
coming back," remarked Speaker Can
non (Rep ) to the former before he left
Washington recently. "You havo made
a very useful member, and I am frank to
say that it is a pity that a Democrat of
less influence and usefulness was not left
at home instead of yourself." Similar
expressions from leaders on both Bides
of tho house show how Mr. Kehoe is ap
preciated by his colleagues in Congress.
In commenting on the deplorable af
fair at Lexington the other night iu
which a young girl lost an eye by the
explosion of a giant fire-cracker thrown
at her by some miserable miscreant, the
Herald says: "Tho aggregate amount
realized from the sale of all tho fireworks
in the United States can not restore the
Bight which one fire-cracker has de
stroyed, and would the fleeting pleasure
of the whole world derive from their use
be compensation for the blighted life of
this lovely young woman?"
The Courier will leave Cincinnati Mon
day, resuming her trips in this trade.
The Greenland left Cincinnati this
morning for Pittsburg and all way land
ings. A gang of men are at work on the
Frank Gilmore at Middleport trying to
raise the sunken towboat. The Gil
more sank suddenly a week ago.
Captain Gordon C. Greene will be
general manager of the Pomeroy and Cin
cinnati Packet Company. Captain Wm.
E. Roe will be the business manager and
look after the offices.
The following is the now law concern
ing better fire protection on steamboats :
Rule 4, requires all passenger steamerB
to bo provided with Are buckets, barrela
and axes, instead of on inland steamerB
only, aa before. Requirement of steam
fire branches in lamp lockers, oil rooms
and light compartments, which compart
ments must also be lined with metal. Re
quirement that Bteam Are pumps should
be capable of throwing an "effective
stream of water for a distance of not less
than fifty feet through at least two fire
connections each, on the main deck and
each deck above the main deck. Every
such pump shall be filled with a gauge
and a relief valve adjusted to lift at 100
pounds pressure which takes the place
of a prorate table of different sizes of
pumps for steamers of different tonnage.
Requirements for portable fire extin
guishers on all passenger steamers pro
portioned in number to the tonnage cf
There will not be a men's meeting to
morrow afternoon at the Y M. C. A. on
account of the funeral of Mr. M. F.
Mollie McElroy, who with her hus
band is under arrest at Huntington
charged with conducting,.; green goods
scheme, broke down and wept when ar
raigned before the United States Com
missioner. She says she didn't want to
write the letters, but claims her husband
forced her to.
The damage suit of Riley Ham versus
Dan T. FiEcher, growing out of the un
fortunate shooting of Ham by Fischer
during tho holidays three years ago at
Flemingsburg. was settled by compro
mise Wednesday. The judgment was for
$2,000 with nearly a year's interest, mak
ing it about 32,120. Ham's costs were
$352 50, and for full settlement Fischer
pays about 60 cents on the dollar and
pays his own cost in full.
The following parties will participate
in the testimonial boot fit entertainment
at the opera house ntxt Tuesday even
ing: The participants will be Mr. and
Mrs. Edward N. Hoyt, Mias Florence
Wadsworth, Mrs. Hamilton, Mr. and
Mrs. James S. Wood and others, includ
ing the Maysville Orchestra. The cour
tesy cf the theatre and orchestra has
been tendered to Mr. Hoyt for tho occa
Grand Overture Maysville Orchestra
Faust and Mephlsto Mr. Edward N. Hoyt
Vocal Solo Mrs. II. T,. Hamilton
Tho Raven .V.Mr. James S.Wood
Scene from Ingomar Mrs. Hoyt
Selections from Toyland
Miss Florence Wadsworth
Scone from tragedy of Vlrglnlus Mr. Hoyt
Piano , Mrs. James S. Wood
Instigation Scene from Julius Ctesar
Mr. Hoyt and Mr. Wood
Quarrel Scene; Brutus and Cosslus
Mr. Wood and Mr. Hoyt
Ophelia's Mad Sccno, ("Hamtet") Mrs. Hoyt
Rip Van Winkle Mr. Hoyt
Shabbv Genteel (Impersonation of
Sol Smith Russell Mr. Wood
The Hindoo's Paradise.
"The Wronj; JIat"
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
b". Mr. Hoyt
Officers and members of DeKalb Lodge
No. 12, 1. O. O. F., are requested to meet
at their hall Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m. to
attend the funeral of brother M. F. Marsh.
Services at the Christian Church at 2
o'clock. Our sister lodges are invited.
M.F. Williams, N. G.
Jno. W. Thompson, Secretary.
Officers and members of Ringgold Lodge
No. 27, 1. O O. F., are requested to meet
at their hall Sunday at 1 o'clock p. in. to
attend the funeral of brother M. F. Marsh
of our sister lodge, DeKalk No. 12, 1. O.
0. F. Services at the Christian Church
at 2 p. m. W. S. Yazkll, N. G.
Simon Nelson, Secretary.
The members of LimeBtone Lodge No.
3G, K. of P., are requested to meet at the
CaBtle Hall Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m. to
attend the funeral of Bro. M. F. Marsh,
P. C. Members of other K. of P. lodges
invited. Godfrey Hunsicker, C. C.
John L. Chamberlain, K. of R. and 8.
Members of the local lodge of Rednien
are requested to meet at their wigwam
Sunday at 1 p. m. to attend the funeral
of Brother M. F. Marsh.
I For Sale!!
on Market street, op
posite the Central. A
chance for a bargain.
A MOST PECULIAR SALE OF
In tho expenditure of Christmas shopping women were obliged to neglect
their own needs, eo this announcement should appeal to jided purses. It also
offers an unusual opportunity for the profitable investment of Christmas money.
About'fifcy stylish Coats are involved not one of them in existence before
Thanksgiving. It sounds absurd to say these Coata are worth $14 to $20 and we
are selling them for $10, but coat selling time is over though wearing time haa only
There is a good proposition of the higher priced Coats up to $20, but of course
earliest comers will have best choosing.
Impossible to give descriptions, for over twenty styles tro included, several
lengths, light, loose and semi-fitting effects in cheviots, tweeds, kerseys and broad
cloths. $14 to $20 Coats for $10 not an everyday chance.
D. HUNT & SON.
COLD WEATHER CLOTHING
For men and boys. Ear Muffs, Pulse Warmers, Muftlare, Gloves,
Wool Half Ho8o, Wool Underwear, Flannel Pajamas and Night
Shirte, OvercoatB and heavy Suits.
II. W. Drenan, a groceryman at Man
chester, assigned Wednesday.
GEORGE H. FRANK & CO
D EV I N E I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
The Toledo Times says: "This ia the
sixth year tho Great Lafayette has played
Toledo with his big company and his
name is the best advertisement for hia
show." He cornea to Maysville, W ednea
day January 11.
W. H. Key, fire and accident insurance.
We wish to 'say our trade has been highly gratifying.
We fully appreciate their liberal patronage and hope they may
continue with us during the New Year. Our best efforts shall
be made to please all. Wishing for our friends a prosperous
New Year. Respectfully,
TURNER & MYALL,
The Rest S
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new rears Resolution
You can make and stick to is to "ring out"
the old pair of Shoes or Rubbers and com
mence J 905 by trading at SMITH'S,
where you get substantial Footwear at a
low price and a generous supply of Globe
Stamps with each cash purchase & & &
Nothing will be more appreciated by the men for Christmas gift than a
pair of NULLIFIERS. To those who dislike low-cot house slippers
NULLIFIERS are just the thing. "We carry these in tan and black.
J. HENRY PBCOR
City Taxes For Year of 1904
By special order of City Council, on all taxes paid on
or before Saturday, December SI, 1904, no penalty
will bo charged. On January 1st a penalty of 10 per
cent, will be added to all unpaid.
TAMES W. FITZGERALD,
iw. r.smith a r.n
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Eev. H. M. Curry will preach at Lay.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richards havo
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