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, ','"" '" " , , "m'4 f s D.HECHINGER&CO DAILY m: . PUBLIC LEDCtEBj . , -, Our Immense Stock MAYSVILLE REPUBLICAN. 2k tszz. it L:-am. SVRBKI.Y nSPVBlICAir-im. - &AXL Y P UBLIO ZEDOJiB-1802. MAYSVILLE, KY.y THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1903. ONE COPY ONE CENT. m 4- . ?, 10 A SKELETON. ,'ncheld thlirulnt 'Twas a skull Once of ethereal spirit full. "This narrow cell was Life' retrest, This ipace was Thought's mysterious scat. What tioautceus visions flll'd this spot I "What dreams of pleasure long forget! Ner hope, nor Jey, nor love, nor fear, Have left one trace of record here. lleneatb this meuldering canopy -Once shene the bright nud busy eye, Hut start net at the dismal void Jf social leve that eye empley'd, It with no lawless fire It glcarn'd, .Hut through the dews of kindness bcara'd, That eye (hall be forever bright "When stars and sun arc sunk In night. Withlu this hollow enrvern hung The ready, swift and tuneful tongue; - .If Falsehood's honey It dlsdaln'd, .And when It could net praise was chalu'd; If bold In Vlrtue's cause It spoke, Yet gentle concord never broke, "i'hls silent tongue shall plead for thoe When Tlme unveils Ktcrnttyl .Say, did these fingers delve the mine? Or with the envied rubles slilne? Te hew the rock or wear a gem Can llttle new avail te them. Hut It the page of Truth they sought, Or comfort te the mourner brought, These hands a tlelier meed shall claim 'Than all that wait en Wealth and Fame. .Avails It whether bare or shed These feet the path of duty tredf If from the bowers of Ease they lied, Te seek Affliction's humble shed; If Grandeur's guilty bride they spurn'd, -And home te Virtue' cot rcturn'd, 'These feet with angel wings shall vie. And tread the pnlaceTaf the sky I POSITIVELY Copy for "changea" tn ad vertlaements MUST be Bent In before 2 o'clock en the previous ttay. KlTXt you hare am Item or uetva, plciwe . U1 ap Tbe Ledgvr, Telephone 33, and let Inn It, Mr. L. T. Andersen baa been ill for several tlays. Miss May Wallace of East Frent street, who 2f Jnaa Deen ill Beverai uays, u rnucn lmprevea. -The Court of Appeals Tuesday reversed the unit nf Pnwlnr & Cuv vs. Pumnallv. taken un ljp"frem this county. Donald and Clarence, sons of Mr. Clarence B.'Weed of Frent street, are getting along nicely '"with their cases of scarlet fever. Dr. H. K. Adamsen of this city made an ad- K'tAaa nt ttia mnalfnif nf flirt Vnvnftn Mrtnir-nl vizrrr :: r :v ,. :.:,:: society ai Lexington meauay evening. "Ripley has been pledged the car shops and Aoundheu30 of the Ohie River and Columbus Railway, new in course of construction. , Tbe beby of Florence Jacksen, colored, wa3 brought here Tuesday from Oberlin, 0., and was interred ye3tcrday in Mayavllle Cemetery. ' Mr. W. D. Hixson, Librarian of the Historical 'Library, is spoken of as a candidate for mom mem 'berahlp en the Beard of Education from the &," Second Ward. i , i -. . . .... , Tne new unurce at enatnam, in uracivuu -county, will be dedicated Sunday, October 25th. tftThe exercisea will begin at 10 n. m. and close ni 3 p. m. A special program has been arranged. Lincoln Moere, a twenty-ono-year-eld team- relter of Cincinnati, has averaged about forty lLL.tun. .. .) 4 1a lejf f.ku, faqre nnd nryHjaiunea u h.j iui we u" jv., ...... ggTuesday no became an inmate ei bengview SAsylum. "S5. -'.'Anna T.i Halms, need IP. daughter of Mi CS ?!Helms, whose death occurred a couple of weeks ?iince, died a few days age at her home at Le- iffijan's 'Gap, after an illness of about one year jLSjief consumption. !', -Dilalo Price,colored,of Minen'a was adjudged I'M nnamind mtnrl in ttin Pnnnt V Pnnrt VAt.Oril.1V jhr-y " """". " .-. 'j j 'and ordered sent te the Asylum nt Lexington. 'Min anthnritia tt flin Aavlnm rflnnrt the insti tutien full and she cannot be received at pres-.-'.eht. . arfjur fine Cltxkt are en sale again; Bee our window. $G,50 Clocks new $3.7e; $7.50 iClecka new $4; $8 Clocks new ?4.75; $9 and 10 Clocks new $5 and ?G. We are selling i these Cloeks for less money than they can be il6eght anywhere. All warranted. ' , ' MuRpnr, the Jowelor. iR:!-l .. , . fc,jVll the state tickets naving Deen certinea te Secretary of State Hill has ordered that the Shallots te be used in Kentucky at the election Rexvmenin sunn ue iriniau in we luiiumug rtrJer:' The first column will contain the names foLthe Democratic nominees, the second the jutenublican, the third the Prohibitionist, the JWfnnrth thn Snrl.ilisr. and the fifth the Socialist rW"f - r, . , , , . . , l gvxarjer neminees. tne lasi ceiumn win uu u ft'', ........ -m it- .? l ...Utl... 4, aaomiS3len ei vne quuabiuu ea iu nuumm mu Constitution U te be amended. ,:Tha Blnino-Thempson Ce. of Cincinnati, one ajnt the largest and most succe3aful advertising lagencies in we weai, ue muiviw num mu fold quarters in the Bell Telephone Building te Khe Boylan Building, Nes. 11-16 East Fourth litreet. The active management of the com Kiny is in the hands of Secretary E. R. Blaine Land Treasurer J. E. Thompson who are Past tasters In the profession of business building gthrOUBh the medium of printers' ink. Mr. Blaine Sanative of thU city enft has legions of frienda i n, r n . . . . - . iUraiwhe will rejolce afhla liusmaas succtss. Republican Speaking! Saturday, October 17th, 1903. Judge WILLIAM M. BEOK NBR.the Republican candidate for Attorney General of Ken tucky, will speak at the Court house Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Everybody invited. Tuesday, October 20th. On Tuesday evening, Octo ber 20th, at 7:30 o'clock, the Hen AUGUSTUS E. WILL SON, one of the most promi nent Republicans in the state, will make an address at the Courthouse. Let every Republican in the county be en hand, and every voter is urged te hear him. Reserved seats for ladies. Herred Hepkins, aged 77, died Tuesday at his home in Fleming county. Mr. Geerge F. Brown of Lexingten returned home yesterday af ter spending several days cir culating among his friends. In order te keep himself posted as te the doings in and about this city he subscribed for The Ledger. GRAND LODGE OFFICERS. Election Yesterday at Meeting Oddfellews at Lexington. of C At the second day's session of the Grand Ledgo of Kentucky, I. 0. 0. F., at Lexington yesterday, the following efficers were elected Grand Master B. M. Arnett, Nicbelasville. Deputy Grand Master D. L. Bailey, Louis ville. Grand Warden A. W. Clements, Morgan field. Grand Secretary R. G. Elliett, Lexington. Grand Treasurer Geerge W. Merris, Louis ville. Grand Representative Claude Buckley ,Simp ,Simp ,Simp sonville. SATURDAY'S CONVENTION. Nominations for Representative and Circuit Clerk te Be Made. A call has been issued for the Republicans of Masen county te meet at the Courtheuso in this citySaturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, te momi memi nate candidates for Representative and Circuit Clerk, te be voted for at the election in Novem ber. After the nominations have been made Judge William M. Beckner of Winchester, the Re publican candidate for Attorney General, witl speak en campaign issues. Judge Beckner is well known all ever thu state, and his presence at the Convention will be of ospecial interest. Let ever)' Republican be en hand Saturday, and begin at ence working for the success of the ticket at the polls next month. HANDSOME SUM. Te Each Player of the Pittsburgh and Bosten Ball Clubs. g"Cartmell extracts teeth without pain. liens. Rebert B. Franklin and JamcaN. Kohee are te be orators at a big Democratic rally at Carlisle tomorrow. According te the report submitted by Grand Treasurer Geerge W.JMerris, thore was a balance of $10,082.71 en hand September 30th in the Treasury of the Grand Ledgo of Odd Odd fellows of Kentucky. Never compare prices without compar ing quality; you will find mere difference in quality than you will in price. See our monu ments and markers befere buying elsewhere. Murray & Themas. MASONIC NOTICE. Special meeting of Maysville Ledgo Ne. 52, F. and A. M., tonight at 7 o'clock. Werk in the Third Degree. Visiting Brethers invited. H. P. Cheneweth, W. M. Gorden Sulser, Secretary. 53-AU kinds of Scheel Supplies nre sold at Ray's Postoffice Drugstore. If Mr. Geerge W. Itiffle of West Union, 0., will call at this office he will learn something te his advantage. E. A. Harn is preparing te rebuild his home near Flemingsburg, the less en hU burned house having been adjusted at $1,G00. Miss Pattie Lotten, formerly of Paris, and Dr. Frank S. Martin of Muncie, Ind., will wed at Richmond Tuesday, Octeber 20th. A I'erftcl Inlnlr PHI is the ene that will cleanse the tyitcin, set the liver te action, remeve the bile, clear the complexion, euro headache and leave a geed taste in the mouth. The famous llttle pills for doing such work pleas, nntly and effectually are DeWltt's Little' I'-arly lllsers. Heb Moero et Lafayette. Ind., says: "All ether pills I have used gripe and sicken, while Do De Witt's Little Karly Hlscrs are simply perfect." Sold by J. Jas, Weed A Sen, Druggists, Moved Wants te Be We are net going te watt until the season is about ever and most people provided with Winter Clothing te get rid of surplus stock. In making concessions in prices New. All Of Our Patrons are benefited; later en only a few secure the ad- ? vantage of price cutting. Loek in our Clothing Window. ine goeas ana manteu rrices en mem win ten tne story. :-x Our Men's and Beys' Shee Trade is constantly increas-' - ing. Why shouldn't it? We sell the best in the country and, . warrant every pair we sell. ' : We want you te see our Working Shoes specially made ,'( iur ub uy iuc mwuiu euuc vuiupaiiy. THE HOME STORE. D. HECHINGER & CO. asaMaaJFA . ::::::::: t :::::::::: : ::::::: t ::::::: r :::: t :: t ::: j t ::::::: t : t ::::::: : :::: 1 1 :: j i r :: 1 1 1 1 f r 1 1 j : 1 1 1 : :AV "-"-- -i '.-.' A... . 0... Ou.. .. a... a.. SO'" e.. 0Oa "".. THE NEW Upholsteries! Every nook of our spacious upholstery store en the second fleer abounds in attractiveness. Tasteful women will delight in the Lace Curtains, Portieres, Ilanpings and Draperies of nil sorts we have gathered, fresh, new, attractive. Here is a brief glance through the steck: LACE CVRTMNS. Novelty Curtains in excellent assortment $1.25 te $3, includ ing new effects in Renaissance. Savey Curtains in white and ecru $2 te $5. Colored Window Curtains in three styles: Snowflake, $1.25. Madras, $2.50. Crete, $3.98. WINDOW CVRTAIN MATERIALS. Muslins, Fish Nets and Madras, piece goods easily made into pretty curtains. Muslins in coin spots, stripes and figures, S6 inches wide 12Xc, 15c yard. 40 inches wide, 19c formerly 25c. Fish Nets, white, ivory and ecru, effective patterns, 3G inches wide 15c yard. 45 inches wide 25c ynrd. Madras with striking color contrasts, 36 inches wide, 25c yard. PORTIERES. Tapestry, Velour, Armure and Kep, a fine collection, mostly made up with handsome borders of tapestry and figured velour, $3 te $5 pair. Oriental, Persian and Bagdad effects, mixed colors 2 te $3 pair. Hepe Portieres in all colors and several designs $1 te $5. IMPORTANT Without additional charge our professional decorator will hang draperies bought here. Homespun Cheviot at 75c. This is a popular and staple plain black or navy blue fabric. The homespun weave gives a warmth and effectiveness quite above the ordinary cheviot. Makes handsome long coat suits. It is 45 inches wide and seven yards is a full suit pattern. Satisfactory Socks $ Stockings. First Quality. We have only the sorts that conform te our standard of excellence. That means wear as well as comfort in our hosiery. Second Variety, Whatever styles of the season's favor ites you fancy most, you'll find here. And by the way, some that you won't find anywhere else. Third Price. In order te intro duce you te our new store we are making some remarkable price cuts. Fer instance ONE SPECIAL FOR WOMEN 10c formerly 15c. Fast black, elastic top, double sole and heel, fine gauge, worth every cent of the original 15c. ONE SPECIAL FOR MEN 15c were 20c. Three styles all black, weed brown, black with white soles. Best Mace cotton, closely ribbed elastic tops. A big 15i worth. B. HUNT & SON. . " 9 - "0 " ,V.7 : : t : t ::::: t : x ::: t a:::::::::::::::::::::: t :::::: t ::::::: t :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t : t : : :- " 9tiMiattaiiistMMieiistot(itM(stii(M(iitaesiiiiMiitlt mBmm9mn9B9mmmm9mm9m9mm99mmme9mmommmmemmomu9mmm9GmmmmmmBm9m9nmmma.mom9Bmammmm9mB9mBmmm9m The A. 0. U. W. in Kentucky celebrates its thirty-fifth birthday October 27th. The suit of Larkin vs. Ryan, appealed from the Masen Circuit Court, was affirmed Tuesday by the Appellate Court. THE PERUCHI-BELDINI CO. The Peruchi-Beldini Company will play a four nights engagement at the Opora-heuso, Satur day, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st, opening with matinee Saturday at 2'30 p. m. "The Clay Baker" will be presented at the matinee and "The New World" Saturday night. This company is filling an engagement at Lexington thi3 week and the press saya that it is ene of the most popular repertoire companies that visits Lexington. Seats go en sale at Ray's Drugstore Friday after noon. Trices 10, 20 and 30 cents. 9 tee Ueicartt-$lUO. Thereadtrsef tills paperwlU be pleased te lern that there Is nt least one dreaded disease that science linslien able te cure In all Its staves and tliatlscaturrli. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only posltlvceiirn new known te the medical frater nity. Catarrh tiHlns a constitutional disease, re quires cuiiHtltuiieual treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure la taken Internally, uctluir directly upon tl.cblnoduNrtmueixniurlHcesof the system, tUercbv destroying the fouiuUllen of the dlse, anditivtiij ihejutlHitstreiiglhbybiilldlnKtipilif censtltull n r.mlusslKtii.KnaturuludeliiKltswurk. The proprietors have se much lalili In Its curative powers that thay irrr One Htmdred Dollars for any case thai I falls te cure. fce;.d for list uf lin tlmeiilals. Address, P. J. CtlKXtiY CO..Tolt"'e. '.. ftnld by DriigKlats.T.lc. Hall's family rills are the best. At present the Flemingsburg Graded High Scheel has a bended indebtedness of $18,500. . .. - NOTICETO shoe wearers. Mr. Edtv. Franken, representing The Petter Shee Ce., will be at the Central Hetel en Octo ber 16th and 17th, with a full line of samples of men's, women's and children's footwear. A cordial invitation is extended te the people of Maysville and vicinity te call and inspect them during that time. Petteu Shee Ce., Cincinnati, 0. WTANDOTTE TltlllE, I. O. II. SI. Regular Council of Wynndotte Trlba Xe. 3 this evening ut J -00. Chief will please take notice and attend sainu. William G. Heiskii, Sachem. W. CWermald, C. of K. I VS2v 1RW 10n 8 lffl Display of the new fall styles at Barkley's. "Dorethy that something Dedd" Shoes in beauty and BOOTS Arc 3&3i have style that means individuality and lifts them above the common-place. They have been the most phenomenal shoe success ever known and stand today net only the approved shoe of fash- because of their beauty and style, but also the approved hygenic shoe because of their scientific construction. ' KNIUIITH Or MA(l AIIEKH. Iteiruliir meeting of Mnysvllta Tent I The world's championship baseball Aeries, ', which concluded Tuesday, will net each Bosten J player close te $1,280. The official figures nre . net yet obtainable, but the estimate is based en j J the fact that the attendance at the four games . in Bosten was in round numbers, 52,000. Pitts burgh turned out '15,000 at the four games , played there, a total of almost 100,000. ThU would make a grand total for liosten of $30,500. Allowing $1,500 for expense.?, would leave $29,000 as Bosten's end. Of this the 17 players and Business Manager-Smart will receive three-fourths or approximately Sl, 280 each. In addition, each player of the Bosten team will recelva a geld medal. The world's championship baseball series will net each ef-the Pittsburgh players about $1, 725. . In addition te giving ever every dollar of the net receipts te the members of his team, Presi dent Dreyfusa paid them $5,500 in regular salaries. A Cure Vuv nyH-plH. I had Byspepslu In its wertl form and felt miserable- most all the time. Did net enjoy eating until after I used Kepel PyipepiU Cure, which has completely cured me. Mrs. W. W. Bayler, llllllard, 1'a, Ne appetite, less of strength, uer-' veuiucis, headache, oeustlpatlon, bad breath, tour risings, Indigestion, dyspepsia and nil stom ach troubles are quickly cured by the uie et Ke dot. Kedel represent! the natural Juices of diges tien combined with the greatest known tonle and reconstructive propcrtlei. It cleanses, purifies and iweetenj the stomach. JSeld by J. Jas. Weed A Sen, DruggUU, ,' " Ne. C2 nt Golden Kagle Hall nt 7:00 o'clock this enlng. CiKeiuiE I-'. lluews, Cetiimuiuler. II. C. Sharp. llccoMMveupcr. II Milt HIM & lew ask Sh Ge.9 EXCLUSIVE aGtTJTS. n.i i.im) j".i'jb 'u.ti .'-iPKvi m iMtmrr-s '..-u",.iryT7tyCTTnnran-ir-s-.TWirg: mWBmmwBBmSLK OEl?JBsMtOrfBC(Vl P"m vj B ! T? KCIST JELi T HOW OLD IS ANN "Mary is 24 years old. Mary is twice as old as Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is new. Hew old is Ann?" New, Mr. Professer or Miss Schoolteacher or anybody in Maysville, can you tell us hew old is Ann? Speaking of ages, reminds us of the work we have been doing in the last four months in guessing the ages of all the little babies in Maysville and surrounding counties. And guessing ages was net all the work. On Wednesday, October 14th, we open a new department called Infants' Department! We had hoped te have our new building ready ler this department, but until same is ready we trust the old building will serve you as best it can. The ONLY STORE in Northern Kentucky that can furnish a complete outfit from infant te mother. Net three years old. What will we de ler you en our silver anniversary? See center window for display and Friday's paper for prices and complete list of infants' articles. KINGS OP LOW PJHOES. sssm j mmmmmmmmwmwMBv gaMisps- ""P"""" "W""" 4. """"Jl PROPBIBTORS, i BEE HIVE. .4- i ti & W . 7 (i ' A .i'ilAJfe..