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A PRETTY WEDDING.
Nuptial Eyent of the Week Celebrated at
Christian Church Yesterday.
Marriago of Mr. James Edward Parker
and Miss Ella Gordon v
Another pretty marriago service was
celebrated yesterday aftern'oon at tho
Christian Church. It was the event of
.the week in social circles, and tho rain
that was falling did not prevont a large
crowd from assembling to witness tho
nuptials of Mr. James Edward Parker
and Miss Ella Gordon Downing.
The ceremony was solemnized at 3
o'clock, Rev.' Chapman S. Lucas officiat
As usual on these happy occasions, tho
church was prettily and artistically dec
orated. Tho main aisles and the side
aisles were all arched with cut flowers
and evergreens, midway between tho en
trance and tho altar, and the pulpit plat
form was covered with tropical plants
and blooming hydrangeas, the arrange
ment forming a pretty background to tho
attractive scone during the marriago ser
vice. Miss Lillian Smoot, a cousin of tho
bride, was tho maid of honor, while Miss
Charlotte Perrino, Miss Mary Hall and
Miss Ketta Smoot wore the bridesmaids.
Mr. H. C. McDouglo officiated as tho
groom's best man,and the attendants wero
Messrs. Will Jenkins, Augustus "Wells
and John R. Downing.
A march from Mendelsohn's "Athalia "
was rendered by .Miss Berry, organist,
and Dr. P. G. Smoot, violinist, as the
bridal party enteredthe church. First in
order camo Miss Perrine, followed by Mr.
Jenkins, then Miss Hall, followed by
Mr. "Wells, then Miss Retta Smoot, fol
lowed by Downing, and then came the
bride accompanied by her maid of honor.
As these entered and drew near the altar
by the west aisle, tho officiating minister
followed by the groom and his best
man approached by the east aislo. Dur
ing tho impressive service, "Call Me
Thine Own" was played softly and
sweetly on organ and violin.
Tho brido's costume was Faille silk,
made en princess, finished at skirt with
flounco of point lace; waist, V neck;
veil of tulle. ITer only ornament was a
lovely bracelet, set in turqubise and dia
monds, an emblem of good luck. It was
a gift from her two brothers. She car
ried a boquet of Bride roses.
The maid of honor's dress was of
crepe do Chine, pointed train; half veil
of tulle. She carried calla lilies and
Misses Mary Hall and Retta Smoot
wore costumes of Canton crepe, princess
en train, with trimming of cream lace.
They carried bouquets of Catherine Mer
mef and Mareschal Neil roses.
Miss Porrine's costume was of em
broidered India silk, finished with flounco
of lace. She carried La Franco roses.
Leghorn hats trimmed with flowers and
ribbon wore worn by the three brides
maids. The groom and attendants wore tho
customary black dress suits.
Tho groom is general bookkeeper at
First National Bank and is the youngest
son of Mr. Peter L. Parker, a prominent
farmer. Tho bride is a pretty brunette,
and is tho only daughter of the late
Darius Downing, who was one of Mason
County's prosperous farmers. Her maid
of honor and two of her bridesmaids,
Misses Hall and Porrine, wero her class
mates at Daughters' College, Harrods-.
buvg, a few years ago.
Tho newly wedded left on tho F. F. V.,
hour or so after tho marriage, lor
Chicago, whore part of tho honeymoon
will bo spent.
Spring hats Nelson's.
Tornado policies W. R. "Warder, agt.
Oalfornia fruit, 15c. can Calhoun's.
Window glass all sizes at Greenwood's.
Greenwood's paint store has tho latest
in wall papor, tho best mixed paints and
tho lowest prices on everything.
The stoamor Lee H.Brooks has retired
from tho Ripley and Cincinnati trade and
will ongago in tho excursion business.
School medals and badges in gold and
silver made to order at Murphy's, the
jowolor, successor to Hopper & Murphy.
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Ex-Mayor W. W. Patterson, of Ash
land, has been removed from the position
of Postofllco Inspector of the Denver
Dr. Hale's Household Ointment is
effecting more wonderful cures than any
remedy in tho world. Ask Power & Rey
nolds about it.
Two op tho public schpol buildings in
Washington City have been secured for
tho accommodation Of tho G. A. R. posts
of this section of tho Stato during tho
National JEricampmont next September.
Best mixed paints at Greenwood's.
Carlisle is now lighted by electricity.
Cheapest wall paper at Greenwood's.
G. S. Judb, insurance and collection
A. M. Campbell, real-estate, loans and
Duley & Baldwin
cyclones very cheap.
"The Sunday Truth" will soon make
its appearance at Paris.
The deficit in the State Treasury will
amount to $200,000 by July 1.
The Separate Coach bill is a special or
der for May 26, in the Houso at Frank
Free, a largo crayon portrait of your
self. Call and seo sample at Lynch's, 224
Mn. and Mrs. Daniel Perrine's son
Peter, is ill with scarlet fever, but was
better this morning.
The wife of James Archdeacon, of
Carlisle, died a few days ago and was
buried at "Washington.
The recent storm was accompanied by
hail back of Aberdeen, which did consid
erable damage to crops.
Mr. Duke Rum- has been up at Ash
land prospecting this week and the Signal
says ho expects to locate there.
For elegant gold watches, go to Ballen
ger, tho jewelor. Correct time-keepers.
Best made. Prices as low as the lowest.
Some of Lewis County's citizens have
petitioned the Legislature to repeal the
charter of the Quick's Run and Ohio
River Turnpike Company.
Seats reserved in the balcony to-morrow
night at tho opera house for 35 cents ;
gallery, 15 cents. ' Mrs. Reid's class goes
to Aberdeen Saturday evening to give an
The sixty-fourth annual Council of the
Protestant Episcopal Church in the dio
cese of Kentucky met at St. Andrew's
Church, Louisville, yesterday. The ses
sion will continue till the 22d.
Thk amendment to the Revenue bill
to increase tho State tax to 47 cents on
the 100 failed to receive a Constitutional
majority in the House at Frankfort yes
terday. Tho matter will come up again
The funeral of the late Thomas Parry
will take place to-morrow morning at 10.
o'clock at the family residence near
"Washington. Services by Rev. "W. "W.
Hall. Burial at "Washington. Friends of
tho family invited.
The State Democratic Committee has
secured a reduction of rates o n all rail
roads running into Louisville, for the
State convention. Delegrates can attend
at tho uniform rate of one and one-third
faro for the round trip.
W. T. Ficklen, who was noticed in
Tuesday's Bulletin as having been jailed
at Paris for refusing to give bail in an in
dictment for furnishing Editor CO. Moore
libelous information, lias been released
on his own recognizance.
A mou of 300 women roughly handled
Mrs. Funk, a widow, when it was re
ported that she and Louis Kipp, of Now
port, were to be married. The ceremony
took place all the same, and then the
mob gathered about and stoned the
Judge Garrett S. Wall, who has here
tofore served in tho Legislature and nar
rowly escaped an election to Congress,
will bo elected next Saturday to fill out
tho unexpired term of Senator Poyntz.
It is gratifying to know that one good
Senator is to succeed another good Sena
tor. Louisvillle Times.
Pedretti's SoNs,of Cincinnati,havQ been
awarded tho contract for frescoing the
new City Hall at that place, at a cost of
$20,000. Tho designs of tho firm, tho
artistic coloring and neatness of tho work
caught tho bid, says the Enquirer. This
firm has frescoed Oddfellows' Hall, this
city, twice since it was built.
The Riploy Bee says: "Wo acknowl
edge tho receipt of a serenado from Jim
mio Hunt's, band and tho Maysvillo drum
corp Tuesday. They wero under the
management of Capt. Jim Ilcflin, Wes
ley Loo, Frank Miller, Ed. Powell, Will
Popper and others. Tho boys wero down
nttonding tho K. of P. mooting and hav
ing a good time generally."
The miniature Napoleon of finance,
Richard, or " Wine Bob," ' Kyle, who
camo within a point of wrecking tho An-dorson-Harris
Carriage Company, of Cin
cinnati, is wanted in Chicago. Ono day
this week tho Cook County grand jury
returned an indictmont, tho amount
charged being $10,000. Kylo's bond was
forfeited. Ho is at present engaged as
book-maker, and is playing tho races at
Louisville. Kylo is an 6x-citizen of Mason.
The friends of Miss Carrie Pelham, of
Covington, who is well known here, will
regret to learn that she is partially para
lyzed. The derricks for use in building the
bridge at Lexington 6trect crossing have
been erected. Messrs. Lane & Worick
did the work.
The C. and O. has a force of carpenters
at work stregtjiening the trestle across
Limestone Creek bottom. Heavy braces
and stringers are being put in.
Call on H. H. Cox & Son if you want
fresh, reliable garden and. flower seed,
plants and grape vines. South side of
Second street, two doors east of Sutton.
E. W. Mitchell, of Covington, has in
vented an underground process of run
ning electric cars. A practical test of the
system will be made at Philadelphia in a
Says tho Lexington Leader: ' Robert
D. "Wilson, City Attorney of Vancoburg,
and one of the brightest legal luminaries
of Northeastern Kentucky, is in tho city
The L. and N's now bridge at tho Lex
ington street crossing will be eight feet
longer that the old one. The widening
of tho road at that point is an improve
ment that has been needed for years.
The bodies of the Stansbery men who
were drowned at Lcvanna have been re
covered. That of the older brother,
Thomas, was found at Higginsport, and
the body of the younger brother was
found at Cincinnati.
Foster predicted that a drouth the
coming season would sot in during this
month and Hicks stated there would be
freezing weather from the 16th to the
20th. The weather bids fair fo ruin for
ever their reputation as prophets.
G. S. Judd wants tornado insurance.
On dwelliug and business houses, one
year at 25 cents.
On farm barns, one year at 50 cents.
On one-third value, witli good founda
Or the delegates to the coming State
Democratic convention174 are instructed
for Carlislo and ninety for Cleveland.
Counties representing seventy vote? in
the convention are yet to .be heard from.
Most of the delegates are uninstructed.
The "American Academy of Medicine "
holds its annual meeting at Detroit June 4.
In the Bulletin of the Academy for May, we
notice the name of Dr. T. E. Pickett, of
this city, on the standing committee on
" Medical Education in the United States
Mr. Showalter seems to have over es
timated his ability as a chess player, and
if he continues as he has begun, he will
be "most beautifully left" in the cham
pionship contest at New York. The
game now stands: Lipshutz 5, Showal
ter 1, drawn 5.
Orton's circus struck a streak of bad
luck at Newport and Covington. Several
of the animals wero attached for debt.
This was finally arranged and while tho
show was moving over to Covington the
cars wero ditched and the elephant had
to bo lifted ont 'of tho wreck with der
ricks. 1 1
Tun C. and O. and Big Four has added
additional through car service from St.
Louis to Washington. A new sledper is
taken on at St. Louis in the morning and
carried over the Big Four to Cincinnati,
where it makes connection with tho F.
F. V. train, arriving in Washington the
A grand barbecue and burgoo will bo
given at Lexington about Juno 2 exact
dato not fixed yet when a committee of
Philadelphia's prominent citizens will
present to Kentucky the three great
paintings of " Independence Hall," " Car
penter's Hall," nnd" Liberty Hall." Gov
ernor Brown will receive tho gifts and
they will bo placed in tho Stato House at
Frankfort tho day after tho barbecue.
Mns. Rkid's entertainments by her
classes aro spoken of in tho highest terms
by tho papers of tho best towns of Con
tral Kentucky. Tho program hero is un
usually good. Twenty beautiful young
ladies in Grecian costume, giving tho
delBaico, inovomentB and march with
fancy steps, 'will bo, n picture of loveliness
that you will not soon forgot. Tho reci
tations and music Will also bo a raro treat.
A crowded houso should greot them to
Horo and There. t
Bliss Alma Osborno is thp guest of Miss
Hrs- Dr. Davis, of Mayslick, has re
turned from n visit at Paris.
Mr, D. Stickloy, of Evnnsvillo, Ind.,
is in town on a .visit to his mothor nnd
Real Estato Transfers
John M. Bains, and wife to M. J.
Sweeney, u houso and lot on south side of
Grant s.troot; consideration, $715.
Are'showing some very handsome pat-v
terns in" CHINA and INDIA SILKS at
45c, 65c, 75c. and $1.00 per yard.
BLACK ALL SILK GRENADINES in new and stylish patterns,
75c, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard. Beau
tiful line of SPRING JACKETS in Black,
Gray and Tan, from $3 to $10.
FANCY PARASOLS in all the new shades. Sun Umbrel
las from 50c. to $5.00.
25 WEST SECOND STREET.
icTzrvwflfifrWi m II Hi WWIMd i"H I
DRUGGIST, SECOND AND SUTTOX.
ra ?a k p iA n i &'- v? td v&sAm fSs
a U lie $ $ m &m lfL ylWSlm
BIEKBOWER & 00,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
1 7 ANTED Middle-aged lady for house-keeper
W iu a small family. Apply at this office.
WANTED An energetic man to nuuingc
branch ofllee ; only a few dollars needed ;
salary to start. 875 per month and interest in the
business. THE WESTERN COMPANY, Kansas
City, Mo. nMUtf
IjiOR RENT Three rooms for offices, on north
eastcorner of Market andecond
Y?OK RENT A piano, Apply at THIS OFKIUE.
ion RENT Tho restaurant portion 01 JiiU
J? House. Also front rooms and Hats
nt HILL HOUSE.
t0R SALE Two frame dwellings on Third
1 street. Modern Improvements, excellent re
pair. Apply to S. N. MEYEB or SALLEE A SAL
LEE. ' mlCdCt
Wednesday nftcrnoou at tho C. and 0.
lenot. au umbrella. Leavo at this ofllee and
receive inward, inl9d3t
I70TJND A small packago of goods, Tuesday.
Owner can get same by calling at this oflleo.
I am In tho Wool business, and expect to fco,
and it will ho to your Interest to call ou me be
fore selling ; or call on Mr. Jos. S. Wnllliigford,of
Orangeburg, who is associated with mo, .
fsilOm JOS. H, DODSOU.
Wc have the finest line o "Wall
Papers ever brought to Maysvillo
new in color, now in stylo, now
in design which wo are selling
at very reasonable prices. Our
lino of cheaper Papers cannot bo
surpassed for quality, stylo and
price. Come and look at our stock
RETAIL - FOR SALE BY
& : SH EA,
Inware.Tln-Eoofing. Guttering and Spouting,
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice
Retail Dealers lu-
JOHN VAN KANGES,
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
No. 2 9:30 a. m.
No. VO 7:40 p. m.
No. 18 4:45 p.m.
No. 4 S:00p.rn.
No. 1 6:20 a. m.
No. 19 5:40 a.m.
No. 17 10:.1O a. m
No. S 4:25 p, m.
19 ana "JO are tne Jiav
tlon. and Nos. 17 and 18 tho Iluutlncton accom
modation. Nos. 1 and 2 aro the fast express and
Nos. Sand 4 tho F. F, V.
No. 4 (F. F. V.) is h solid trniu with through
dining car nnd l'lillmau sleepers to Washington,
Iiiiltlniore, I'hlladolphla.and New York. Through
Pullman sleeper to Richmond, Vn., nnd Old Point
Comfort. No. 2 Is a solid train with Pullman
Sleeper to Washington, making all eastern and
Tho accommodation trains aro dally except
Sunday j tho rest are daily.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points West
Add twenty-six minutes to get city time.
UA.VHVILLE DIVISION KENTCCKY CENTRAL.
Leavo Maysvillo at 5:30 a. m. for Taris, Lexing
ton, Cincinnati, Richmond, Stanford, Livingston,
Jelllco, Mlddlesborough,Cumberland Gap, Frank
fort, Louisville and points on N. N. and M. V.
Leavo Maysvllle at 1:55 p. m. for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexlucton, Winchester, Richmond and
points ou N, N. and M. V. Eastern Division.
Arrive nt Maysvillo at 10:00 n. m. and 8:45 p. m.
All trains dally except Sunday.
Add twenty-six. minutes to got city time.
j. 11, BxnxrEh,
tEx-rcsldent Surgeon Good Samaritan Hospital,
Ex-actlng Superintendent Lougvlcw
Insane Asylum, t '
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence
Wes of Market.
Ttilrd' Street, ono door
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