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Mf v. V. b . ,"?" f ,, ft r ' - ., 1 1 W r. 5 yr '. Mr- v- -' U f to PRIMARY ELECTIONS. Additional Information in Regard to tho Now Law on This Subject. Primary elections aro placed on ex actly tho same footing as regulareloctions, and all tho penalties for fraud apply. Anything which is an offense in an elec tion is also an offense in a primary and punishable in a like manner. Tho polls must bo opened from 8 o'clock in tho morning until 4 o'clock in tho aftornoon, and all the saloons must bo closed on tho day of tho primary. Thero seems to havo been Borne doubt expressed as to tho closing of tho saloons, but it is sot at rest by section 10 of article 13, of the State Election law which provides : " Whoever sells, loans, gives or furnishes to any per son or personB, either directly or indi rectly, spirituous, vinous or malt liquors, or any intoxicating drink, in any precinct, town, city or county of this Common wealth, upon tho day of any general or primary election therein, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall bo fined tho sum of not less than $25 nor more than $50 for each oilenso. The method of voting is precisely the same as in n regular election, except that each voter must Btarap a cross in the square after tho namo of each person for whom ho intends to vote. This differs from tho rule in regular elections when an elector who desires to vote a straight ticket can stamp tho dovico at the head of tho column, and thus vote for all whoso names are printed bolow. In Maysvillo only those who are regis tered regularly and thoso who are specially registered on the day of tho primary under tho affidavit clause of the law, which makes provision for all who were prevented from, registering by sick ness or necessary absence or who have become eligible tovpto sinco the last reg istration, can voto in tho primary. There is nothing inutholaw prohibiting any person from offering his namo 'as a candidate, provided ho complies Trith' tho terms laid down By; tho committed Every possible precaution has been taken in the law to provent fraud undo: tho affidavit clause All thoso' who wjkV tho causesf sot forth above, arid whpvpv airu iu regieiur, must appiy ai .no poira to tho precinct in which thoy Mo'.omthB day of tho primary and make afBw&ip;' the fact that they were prevented from' .registering at tho regular time bccauso'tjl some legal reason, and must also j'roduce the affidavits of at least tivo residents and voters of the precinct setting forth the fact. Where sickness is given as a failure to register, tho affidavit of some reputable physician must be produced. No person desiring to submit his name to the voters in a primary election can have his namo printed on tho ballots un less ho notifies tho committee at least fifteen days prior to tho election, and complies with tho terms laid down by tho committee. Any elector, however, can voto for any person whose namo is not printed on tho ballot by writing tho namo of bucIi porson in the blank spaco under the appropriate heading and stamping a cross mark after the name. No provision is made for thoso who have moved out of the precinct in which they registered, and who thereby lose their votes, it being necessary to leave as few loopholes for fraud as possible, and such a provision would open the doors to fraud. Wants the Cash. Owing to tho financial stringency and tho recent embarrassment of some of the banks of the State, State Treasurer Halo has demanded cash as payment of taxes, etc. No more checks will bo accepted at least for tho present, and Sheriffs and others having money to pay to tho State will have to deposit in spot cash or not at all. PERSONAL. ' Mr. William P. Lathrop, of Newport, is visiting at Dover. Miss Anna Whitaker leaves to-day to visit friends in Lexington. Attorney James H. Salleo is in Vanco burg to-day on legal business. Miss Maggie Duko Watson is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. R. Gill, of Washington. Miss Annabello Wheeler, of Cannell ton, Ind., is at home on a few weeks' visit. Miss Maggio May Kilgour, of Shelby ville, i-3 visiting her aunt, Mrs. John A. Shroufo, at Dover. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, of Lewis County, aro visiting Mrs. Wilson's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. David Mannen, at Minerva. Mr. G. W. Middleton and wife, of Reading, Ponn., are tho guests of Colonel and Mrs. Gus Simmons, of Aberdeen, en route to tho World'a'Fair., Mrs. Middle ton was formerly Miss Sallio Welch. . The Vanceburg Sun, edited by Dr. Huff, lato Senator from tho Fleming dis trict, says: "Hon. A. P. Gooding, of Mayslick, Mason County, was in town Monday. Mr. Gooding' is a candidate for Stato Senator in this district, composed of tho counties of Mason and Lewis. As this Booms to bo Mason County's tiino to namo tho candidate it is moro than prob able that Mr. Gooding will bo tho man. Mr. Gooding twico represented Mason County' in tho Legislature, serving his last term tho session of 1887-8, which was our first session in tho Sonato. Wo had tho pleasure of serving on sev eral important joint committees with him and feel liko saying that if this dis trict must bo represented by a Democrat wo know of.no man in tho district moro capable of roproeentlnglhe" ;irlt8rosts of tho masses than hini.' WerVerftUa to flay'this much, feelingconfldorit UMfSIr. Gooding wU pardon '-to: for; the iliberty wo have takehjin thud "speaking of him, '. . - -. .. i-. Geo. W. Sulskk, law, nre insurance. Toknado policies W. R. Warder, agt. Call onDuloy& Baldwin, 205 Courl street, for first-class insurance. Jas. A. Ginsox has been appointed postmaster at Bramlotto, Nicholas Co.i . D. M. Runyon, insuranco office, Court street, over Mitchell. Finch & Co.'s Bank. Arthur P. CumtAN has sold two lots in Dover to Mrs. Mary S. Grovo for SL'OO. Colonel A. T. Wood has determined not to remove from Mt. Sterling to Louis ville. Miss Eva Trenauy, of Vancoburg, and Willis Bagby, of Bellevuo,, were married Wednesday. Rev. J. S. Felix, of Lynchburg, Va., has declined tho Presidency of George town College. Tnn Paris Sunday Truth will not toll tho truth or anything else, after its next issue. It will suspend. Over two thousand Kontuckians regis tered at tho World's Fair Kentucky State Building one day recently. Twenty-seven persons were poisoned at Louisville from drinking impure milk. Many of them camo near dying. . . It is reported that tho White Sulphur Springs, Va., havo been sold to R. T. Wilson, a New York banker. Price thought to bo $800,000. . "My olo man," said Aunt Chloe, "is tho wust man for chickens you ever bco. If ho can't get a chicken no other way ho'll go and buy one." A temporary organization of tho olec tricians of Cincinnati was formed this tVTVUIV. JJ1A. J. U. X&ill.OO, lUllllUUJ Ul blUO city, was ciecieu ouuroiury. Jackson, formerly pastor tmit'Church. once a res- tyJ-haV,r6moved to Ches- teryille, O. . . iHiiv. f!. S. T.imAH. of .Allw-lihnv. Vn.. wilhbegin a two-weeks meeting at Stan ford, Ky., next Tuesday. On his trip liVvrl-i"fc wttll -.s1.i1a1 otnn r.,- fntfaiM 11 1 The Misfit Clothinc Parlor on Market Btreot is being remodeled and enlarged. It will bo re-oponed for business next Saturday. Call and see. It will be to your interest. Clark County leads in the number of announced candidates. Thero aro thirty four. Lincoln isn't a bad second, with her twenty, and nearly every paper ad ding to tho list. i A contributor to the Lexington Tran script says : " If I had a million dollars; I would put every cent of it in wheat, counting surely on a profit of at least 40 to 50 per cent, before tho year ends." Colonel L, E. Casry, formerly editor of tho Commonwealth, has decided to bo a candidate for Mayor of Covington, sub ject to the decision of tho Democratic party. He has no opposition so far. Dr. Moore, editor of the Western Chris tian Advocate, will arrivo on the morning train to-morrow and be accompanied by his daughter. Ho will preach Sabbath morning at Ruggles. Go and hear him. Mrs. M. Sallkb, of Fern Leaf, has just completed a now tobacco barn that is seventy-two feet long by forty feet wide. Tho barn has five tiers in the sheds and six tiers in tho center with a twelve-foot drivoway. It was built by A. P. Young man. Don't fail to avail yourself of the bar gains in sterling silver spoons, beautiful designs, $5 and $0. Theso goods aro re duced from $7 and $8; guaranteed tho best articles over offered for tho money, at P. J. Murphy's, tho jeweler, successor to Hopper & Murphy. What can bo more pleasant after theso warm days than a delightful evening ride on tho s'teamer Lauranco? Sho leaves tho wharf on Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 p. m., standard time, making tho run up and down in front of city a rido of over seven miles for tho sum of 10 cents. Go down this evening and try one The internal revenue collections in Kentucky for tho year ending Juno 30th woro nearly five million dollars larger than for tho previous fiscal year. Tho collections in tho Stato wero $20,018,820. 36. Of this sum the Lexington district contributed $3,488,405.03, an increase of over $700,000. Mb. John Lester Williams, third son of Dr. Thomas O. Williams, died July 5th at tho residence of his daughter, Mrs. Gallagor, of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Wiliiams was a brother of Mrs. William McClana- han. of tho Fifth ward, and of Charles B. Williams, ono of tho early Mayors of of this city. Ho leaves two daughters and ono son. R. Will Davis andfiwift Hunter, young society men of Central Kontucky, quar relled at a ball at Roso Hill Seminary, Versailles. Jealousy was tho cause. A duel followed, but no harm was done, bo yond a slight wound to Hunter. When will Kontuckians become sufficiently civilized and christianized to givo up this barbarous custom? At a depth of 2,200 foet in a Novada mine a lako of boiling water has been found which is stocked with living fish. Thoy aro of a blood-red color whilo Bwim ming about, but whon takon out resemble fish. Some specimens that wero placed in cold water and brought to tho earth's surface woro found to havo died as soon as, they had been removed from their hot-water home, Exchange4 .-v tbliWfvor. mii ui i.uiii w EXPOSED THE BRAIN. A Dollcate Operation Performed Raymond Oarr, Formerly of This Oity. on Tho Enquirer says: " Raymond Carr, a seventeen-year-old lad, was tho subject of an extremely delicate operation Wednes day morning at Dr. Pytnian's Emergency Hospital, Washington avenuo, Nownort. For some time past young Carr has been suffering with an abcess on tho frontal bono over tho left eye. An operation was deemed necessary by Dr. Charles Pythian,whooperated with the assistance of Drs. Tingloy and Higgins. Tho lad was given Kinesthetics, and a long incis ion was made in tho nart effected. " Tho head was swollen to almost twice its natural size, and tho sharp lanco caused a flow of pus which even astonish ed tho physicians. Tho skull was seen to be affected and fragmentary portions had to be removed, thus exposing the brain. Tho operation was considered successful by the physcians, but another will bo necessary in tho near future. The lad will bo given vigilant nursing until his vitality recovers from tho shock .of tho delicate operation." Uarr resided in this city a few years ago, his father, who was a shoe-maker, dying whilo here. Give Babies Plenty ol Water. Well babies and sick babies, young babies and babies of high and low degree, babies fed on tho bottle and babies fed naturally mav havo water to drink in moderation if they want it. Tho water should be boiled and covered, not very cold even warm if tho child prefers it so. This is the opinion of a successful medicine man under whoso treatment have como hundreds of babies. "So thor oughly," says this authority, " havo I be come convinced of tho great benefit de rived from giving water to sick babies that I now order it in nearly every case with fever, and it is astonishing to see how tho restlessness and many of tho symptoms wo aro apt to attribute to tho pain and fever disappear when it is freely given. " By freely 1 mean from one-halt to two ounces immediately after or between tho feedings. If given immediately after the feeding, a smaller quantity will of course bo required. Time and again I have seen infants with measles, scarlet fever or Imeutnonia after a period of great rest essness fall into a quiet sleep when it couple of ounces of cool water had been given." Killed With a Ball. About two months ago whilo tho Le vanna boys were having n game of base ball, Lou Young accidentally hit Charles Hilton a blow with the ball just below the left eye. Immediately after receiving the blow Hilton ran to tho river and put his head under tho water to relievo the win. Afterwards Hilton seemed to get letter until a few weeks ago he grew rap idly worse and died July 18, of congestion of the brain. Drs. Dixon, Francis and Tyler, of Ripley, held a post mortem ex amination and found the brain clotted with blood and full of corruption. Dover News. . There aro live women County School Superintendents in Kentucky, and if tho candidates in Franklin and'Fayctto aro successml there will bo two more auueu to tho list. Tun capacity of a watch for keeping good time is very much governed by its construction and its moro or less perfect finish. Ballenger, tho jeweler, has tho very beat to be had anywhere, and he guarantees them to be just as represented. Try him when you want anything in his lino. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hunt have tho sympathy of tho community in tho loss by death at ono o'clock yesterday of their fifteen months old baby, little John Mullins Hunt, Jr. Tho child has been sick for nine davs and died of congestion of tho brain. Funeral at 2:30 this after- Lnoon. i The tobacco crop in Mason County will undoubtedly bo short. Tho acreago is about as usual but tho plant is too back ward to reach maturity before frost. The patches show very uneven growth, and unless the remainder of tho season is extremely favorable farmers do not ex pect much of a crop. Mason County politics is gottjng inter esting and as tho weather becomes warmer tho fight waxes hotter. Tho candidates aro thick but will yet bo thicker for several dark horses aro being groomed and aro expected to enter tho field any minute. Thoro aro some lively times coming on and tho primary will not bo lacking in intorest. Look out for dark horses. The excursion given by tho Drum Corps of tho Knights of St. John, last night, on tho elegant and trim littlo steamer Lauranco was well patronized and all seemed to enjoy tho trip thoro ughly. Dancing was indulged in and tho light fantastic too was tripped to the sweet Btrains of Profossor Venie's orches tra. , Nothing occurred to mar tho pleas ure of tho evening and the party was landed safely at tho wharf at 10:45 o'clock. The Dover News has tho following com- Elimontary notice of our clover County lerk and his equally clover deputies. In this issue of the Nows wo print the announcement of County Clerk T. M. Pearco as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination to succeed himself, Mr. Pearco has no opposition, and even if ho did havo ho would defoat all competitors easily. Mr. Pearco has been ono of tho most careful and competent County Olorks that Mason County over had. and the people with ono accord, will gladly givo him another term. Mr. Pearco was fortunata in tho selection, ot his Deputies at Maysvillo Mr. John O. Lovoll and Mr. Thomas Slattory, both aro obliging and willing at all times to givo information pertaining to tho county rec ords. Mr. Pearco is a staunch Democrat and is one of the agreeeivo men of our county Democracy. SUMMER GOODS MUST GO! To Make Them Go Quick NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES : Fifty pieces Challie at 3c. per yard, worth more than double. Twenty-five pieces forty-inch Irish Lawn, 10c. per yard, were 12ic. Forty pieces India Linens, 5c. per yard, worth 10c. One hundred good Satine Umbrellas, with Oxidized and gold handles, 59c. each. Men's Gauze Undershirts, 18c , were 25c. Ladies' Gauze Vests, 5c. each. Ladies' All Silk Mitts, 15c, worth 25c. All other Summer Goods marked down to cost and less. Come soon. THE BEE HIVE, R0SENAU BROS,, Proprietors. m mUa m I! if ($1 w m W a wl I wf A iWi H If 1 mm WW for infants ' Cn r t o rl a Is so mtU adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription fcuowa to me." II. A. Ancnxn, M. D., 121 Co. Oifonl St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Tho uso of 'Castorla Is eo universal and its merits so well known that It Booms a work of supererogation to endorso it. Few aro tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla within easy reach." GmLos JlAnTYX, D. D., New York City. The Centaur m BIERBOWER & CO., -Wholesale and TOVES,GBATES, MANTELSJINWARE. 80LE AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED Special Services at Washington. Thoro will bo preaching at tho Presby terian Church of Washington on next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. m.. by Rev. 11. H. Ilibbs, pustor of tho Mayslick Bap tist Church. Itov.R. G.Patrick, of Mays villo, will also bo present and tako part in tho service. A cordial invitation to bo present is extended to tho public. Special Notice to Taxpayers. Friday, Saturday and Monday only be fore tho penalty will go on. Will bo at my office until I) o'clock each evening. Jamhs W. FiTzEUAi.n, Collector and Treasurer. Office: Keith-Schroeder Harness Co. It is believed that Schwoinfurthj tho Kockford fraud, is in Lexington, visiting his Blue Grass "heaven." Ao is keoping himself concealed, for if ho is caught lio will likely bo treated to a coat of tar and feathers. WANTED. TADIK)' Shampooing l'arlore, Mrs. Sallio . Kvtt nrnrlitnr. N'n. Ml firilVil nllnv. MilVS. vifio, Ky. I dosiro to inform tho ladles of Mays villo and vicinity that I am prepared to sham poo their hair at any and all times Price 25 corns. ja-xlfit XXrANTKD KiKht or ten milcn Cows to pas VV turo. Fresh gross ntul spring water on old Culbortson farm. Apply to N. 8. WOOD. FOR SAXiE. TOH BALK A first-class Grocery Storo, Ilest r location in tho city. Big trade. Apply at this olllco. rr-'it FOH SALE Ono two-lnou steam stop cck perfect order. Apply to It. B1SSETT. 17-WI i i T1, ' in strayed! CiKAJtu-MTiesaay mam, a mriiwj wu, wiiu O white spot on chest. Itoturn to CUKNO WETU'fl drugstore. 27-8t and Children. B Cnstorln euros Colic, Constipation, Sour Etomach, Dlarrhcca, Eructation, KI1U 'SVonns, gives sleep, and promotoa di gestion, Without Injurious medication. "For several years I havo recommended your 'Castorla,' and shall always continue to do so as It has Invariably produced beneflclil results." EDWIX.F. Paudek, 31. D., 125th Street and 7th Ao., New York City. Company, 77 Sluniur Street, New York Crrv. Retail Dealers In- JOHN VAN RANGES. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. I?fc 8S:&!3S5;S: mL Vm? -Mi No. 18 4: p. m. iPCwP No. 4 8.03 f. m. M0UTNo1 .:c:158.m. Addtuxnty-ttx minutet to N.0' v5'r5 a,m- get city time. fc- J7 IMS m. No. 3 .-. 4:25 p.m. Nos. 19 and 20 aro the Maysvillo accommoda tion, and Nos. 17 and 18 tho Iluntiugton accom modation. Nos. 1 and 1 aro the last express and Nos, 3 and 4 the F. F. V. No. 1 runs through to Chicago, arriving thero at 5: 15 p. m. No. 1 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through dining car and Pullman sleepers to Washington, Ualtlinorc, Philadelphia and New York. Through Pullman sleopcr to Richmond, Va., nnd Old Point Comfort. No. 2 is a Bolld train with Pullman Sleeper to1 Washington and Old Point Comfort, milking all eastern aud south-eastern connec tions. Tho accommodation trains aro dally except Sunday; the rest aro dally. Direct connection at Cincinnati tor points West and South. MAYSVIIXE DIVISION. Southbound, Leaves Maysvilfo at 5:30 a. m. for ParlsfLex lngtou, Cincin'tl.Bieh- .nnml Q t a .1 f sif4 f twin.. 1 UUUU,UI,iUUI,UinK- ston, Jellico, Mlddlcshorough, Cumberland 'Gap, Frankfort, Loulsvlllo and points on N.1N. and M. V. Kastorn Division. Leave Maysvillo at l:J5p.m. for Paris, JClncln natl, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division. Northbound. Arrivo at Maysvillo at 10:00 a. m, nnd 8:43 p. m. All trains dally except Sunday. FOR RENT. TJOR RENT- Tho houso on south east corner P Front aHd Market, formerly occupied iy occupied by Apply to GAK J22dtf. ivnrr in eo. anu t, uoucusiciu. KBIT 8. WALL. TjOR8ENT The houso tonnorly occupied by r.Dr. Russell, on Sutton. street. Apply to J, M. JOTCIIELL, at Mitchell, tUion. fcCofrftrnk.. 35