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SEE OUR FARMERS' AND WORKINGMEN'S HOME-MADE BOOT SHOEMAKERS' FIT. B!B ZETX-jIB'Sr.. m CITY COUNCIL. Monthly Meeting of Those Who Look . Alter Municipal Matters. Summary of the Reports Filed Those Eloctric Signals at Oommerco and Loxington. All of the members of the City Coun cil were present at the regular meeting last evening, except Mr. Keith, Mayor Cox in the chair. Following is a summary of the monthly reports of the Polico Judge, Chief of Po lice and Wharfmaster: Convictions by Polico Judjjc 17 Fines assessed by Polico Judge 8 252 60 Fines collected by Chief of Polico GO 00 Old bonds collected by Chief of Police... 31 00 Station house fees collected by Chief of Polico 12 00 Interest on old bonds collected by Chief of Police 4 58 Fines replevied CO 00 Delinquent taxes 43 OS Net wharfage 15 30 Following is tho Treasurer's monthly report : llrtdnlf. Balance S1.312 2S Delinquent taxes 43 03 License CG 60 Public property 27 00 Internal Improvements 7 60 Taxes lbOl 2,479 02 Jail fees 12 00 Total G,0G19j Exj)cndtturcs. Alms and alms house S 661 32 Boarding and guarding prisoners 145 60 Sundry expense 129 83 Internal improvements.- GG9 47 Salaries 25S 35 Gas and electricity 4G8 90 School fund, '93 905 83 Police 221 70 Total 8J.353 97 Balance 2,710 93 The Committee on Claims and Accounts reported claims amounting to $2,172.37, which wore allowed and ordered paid, together with the salaries. ItccapilidaUon. Alms and alms house 183 77 Gas and electricity 408 90 Internal improvements 1,059 GO Station houc 102 00 Miscellaneous 35 GO City Undertaker 10 00 Guarding prisoners u 31 60 Police 275 00 The Committee on Claims and Ac counts reported a satisfactory settlement with tho widow and sureties of tho late Marshal Heflin for the discrepancy in his accounts. The Committee on Internal Improve ments was granted further time in regard to the improvement of Forest avenue. A letter from Mr. Lewis, of the O. and O., stated that the material for tho elec tric warning signals at Commerce and Lexington had been ordered and that the signals would bo erected as soon as possible. The now bond of Police Judge Wads worth was presented and received. Tho sureties are Horatio Ficklin and J. G. Lee. Tho Committee on Claims and Ac counts was directed to make a settlement with tho Polico Judno and Chief of Polico for the term ending August 30th. A petition from citizens of Sixth ward asking Council to order an election in said ward on tho question as to whether stock shall bo allowed to run at large. Tho election was ordered. It will bo held at the regular election in November. Anthony Beasley was granted permis sion to occupy a portion of river frontage .in West End, with family boat. Mrs. Amanda Royso asked tho Council to send hor two children to tho alms house. Referred to the Committee on Alms and Alms House. Several parties requested tho Council to abate R. A. Carr's whistle. They claim it is a nuisance. It is tho whistle at Magnolia Mills. Referred to Commit tee on Laws and Ordinances. A petition of citizens of tho West End to have wator mains extended from their present terminus at Lower street on West Third to tho city limits was filed. Referred to Mayor to write to wator au thorities at Louisville. Building permits wore granted as fol lows: John W. Thompson; to erect a one story frame kitchen on Second street, between Short and Lower. George M, Woods ; to erect a one-Btory franio houso on Dioterich street, Sixth ward. D. Hunt; to erect a one-story framo kitchen on Third street. Tho matter of building a post and railing fence or somo other protection along Bridge streot was referred to Committee on Intornal Improvements, with powor to act. The grade in Sixth ward was reported in bad condition. Referred to Intornal Improvoraont Committo to report cost at next meeting. A narrow brick gutter was ordered put down on East .Fourth streot. Duke Rudy was granted permission to occupy river frontago for fishing boat. Tho Intornal Improvement Committee was ordered to lay brick gutter on Sec ond street, below Short. Tho Mayor was directed to order storm coats for tho Policemen. John Pollard was shot and slightly wounded at Lewisburg by James Eastin. Tho parties aro colored. Read Ransom's boot talk. Pancako flour and maple syrup houn's. Cal- Skk P. S. Kempeii fire, life and tor nado insurance. Todacco insurance is a specialty with Duley & Baldwin. A re-issue of pension has been granted John T. Rose, of Vanccburg. The registration at Mt. .Storling shows a Democratic majority of 131. If you want nice laundry, patronize tho Globe laundry, Sutton street. Covington Democrats have a majority of over 1,000 on tho registered voto. Mrs. Roe Wells, tho wifo of a farmer of Bath County, is mysteriously missing. Louisville wants to start a State fair, in connection with her trotting associa tion. The repairs to the steamer Silver Wave have been completed and she is again in her trade. Mr. A. B. Moony, late of Mayslick, has accepted a position as clerk at tho St. Charles Hotel. John Hancock, one of Bracken's old citizens, died this week, near Chatham, aged seventy-five years. The big towboat John F. Walton struck the Kenova riffle and sank one night this week, but was raised tho next day. Editor Cuuran, of tho News, has re signed as postmaster of Dover and will likely be succeeded by Miss Martha M. True. The ladies' prayer meeting this week will bo held in tho Central Presbyterian Church at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. A full attendance desired. The High School nine defeated Cap tain Easton's "Sluggers" by a score of 9 to 3 Thursday. Batteries, Mack and Wormald ; Crane and Lloyd. Mr. Stephen A. Campbell and Miss Hattie Ross, of Sardis, were married Thursday afternoon at tho County Clerk's office, Rev. Jacob Miller officiating. Hon. Thomas H. Paynter, Democratic candidato for Appellate Judge, and others will address tho people at Dover next Tuesday night, October 9th. P. Luzi wishes to inform tho public that ho is receiving direct from Balti more first quality of bulk oysters which ho will servo with neatness and dispatch at Eitel's restaurant. The Cheasapeako and Ohio has an nounced a rate of one faro for tho round trip to Richmond, Va., on tho occasion of tho General Christian Missionary con vention, October 10th. The best is always tho cheapest. This is especially truo of jewelry, and Ballen ger's stock is tho best. When you buy anything in tho jewelry lino of him you get your money's worth. See tho mag nificent line of goods ho is displaying. The marriage of Wade Hampton Ellis and Miss Dessio Corwin Chase, of Cov ington, was solemnized this week. Tho groom is a young lawyer, but devotes considerable timo to journalistic work, being a writer on tho Cincinnati Tribune. At a musical contest given at Hays wood Seminary Thursday afternoon, a portrait of Handel was awarded to tho ono who gave tho most correct rendition of tho scales. Miss Annie Brittian is to bo congratulated upon being tho successful contestant. The Clovelands proved too fast com pany for the Ashlands, defeating them by a score of 10 to G. Tho Nows says the League boys let up towards tho close and allowed tho Ashlands to got in a few runs. Ashland had'Sparks and two other pitchers in tho box during tho gamo. The proprietor of a cross roads storo up in Knox county had the following on a bulletin board displayed in front of his storo: "Tucking combs and side-saddles, hair pins and trace chains, watch charms and sledgo hammers, hair oil and blasting powder, cinnamon draps and Colt's revolvers." Bio Sandy Nows: "Vote for Rolla Hart and got your neighbor to do like wise. Ho is identified with tho interests of tho farmer, is against monopolies and trusts, and is altogether just tho kind of a Representative tho people of this county noed and want. Pugh is not that kind of a man, as is well-known." Miss Fannie Trisler died Thursday about noon at tho homo of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Trisler, of tho Fifth ward. Sho was in tho seventh year of hor ago and had been ill eleven weeks with typhoid fovor. Tho funeral will occur to-morrow at 10 a. m. at the resi dence Burial in tho Maysvillo Comotory. THE GERMANTOWN FAIR. List of Successful Exhibitors Second Day Tho Attendance. Notes and Personals. on The attendance at tbe Gcrmantown fair Thursday did not come up to ex pectations, but lamer crowds will, no doubt, bo on hand to-day and to-morrow. Following is a list of the successful ex hibitors: SailUc Mima. Stallion, four jears old and over, J. M. Clark, Winchester, 315. Stallion, throe years old and under four, T. M. Qaitskill, Minerva, 310. Stallion, two years old and under three, T. M. Giiitklll, Mlnena.SlO. Stallion, one year old and under two, J. F Walton, Mason, first premium, S3; Victor Cubby, Mumiii, tecond premium, S3. Gelding, three years old and under four, Charles Scott, Adams County, Ohio, 810. Gelding, to jctrs old and under three, J. F. Walton, Maon County, S10. Mare, four years old, John Hunter, Millersburg, S13. Marc, three ears old, McClelland Bros,, Bour- bou County, $10. Mare, two years old, J. F. Waltou, Mason County, S10. Mare, under one year, William Colvln, Mason County, first premium. $S: William II. Berry, Mt. Olivet, second premium, S5. Saddle stalllou, any mo, J M. Clark, Winches ter, S10. Saddle mare, any nge, John Hunter, MUlers burg, S10. Harness horse, raare or gelding, eight entries, John Hunter, Mlllcrsburg, SoO. Combined Ifortd. Stallion, four jears and over, Donnell Bros., Carlisle, 813. Mare, four years and oer, T. M. Gaitskill, Minerva, 515. Mare, three years and under four, MiClellaud Bros., Bourbon County. S10. Gelding, four years old and over, J. F. Waltou, Gcrmantown, SI0. Gelding, three years old and under four, Everett Gibbon, Mason County, S10. Ilorso or mare, two years old and under three. J. F. Walton, Germnntown. 10 Combined colt.W. II. Berry, Mt. Olivet, first premium, S10, JohnT. Dounard, Bracken County, second premium, 85. Stallion, any age, Donnell Bros., CurlMo, 810. Mare, any age, McClelland Bros., Bourbon County, 10. notes and personals. Miss Mattie Ingram, of Powersville, is the guest of Miss Aggie Jolly. James Bell, wifo and nister, aro tbe guests of Mrs. Lena McKinney. Leslie Disher, of Mt. Olivet, is taking in tho "Old Reliable" fair. He is the guest of W. C. Cooper. Dr. Charles Norris, of Lexington, is at homo during the fair with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rye Norris. Miss Frances Grimes, of Sliarpsburg, is comparing our fair with the Sliarpsburg fair. She is at homo with Mrs. Fowler. Mrs. Jano Pollock and Miss Glascock, of Blooraington, 111., are spending the week attending the fair as tho guests of Mrs. T. M. Dora. Tho "Old Reliable" has opened with about 1,000 entries in tho Floral Hall, representing St. Louis, Chicago, Cincin nati, Covington, Lexington, Maysvillo and other places. Tho stock is finer and more of it than has been on tho grounds for several years. Dr. C. S. Savage has returned from Petoskey, Mich. Ho looks much im proved in health. Tho Doctor brought his daughter a handsome set of Bohemia glassware, very artistically engraved. To his little neices ho brought some Indian baskets. lie showed your correspondent some Petoskey coral. It is beautiful, and there is only ono other little spot in tho world where it is found and that in Japan. Not one of tho towboats that came down from Pittsburgh on tho late rise has been able to get back homo. The low water caught them on tho route. Rev. Mr. Pinkerton, of Paducah, will assist Rev. F. M. Tinder in a protracted meeting at tho Mayslick Christian Church, commencing October 10th. Dr. L. II. Lonq has located in Louis ville for tho practice of his profession, and will assist Dr. McMurtry, the well known physician and surgeon, in his oporativo work. Dr. Long's frionds join in wishing him success in tho Falls City. There is due to tho City Treasurers and County Superintendents of Schools on Saturday, October 13th, from tho Stato $704,000. Checks havo already been sent to tho City Treasurers, and tho County Superintendents will receive theirs by tho day mentioned. Mt. Sterlinq Sentinel-Democrat: " Wo woro over to Sliarpsburg last week and saw thoro numbers of prominent Demo crats from all parts of tho Ninth Congres sional district. Tho universal expression from them was that tho Democrats woro united and well organized, and that Rolla K. Hart would certainly bo elected. This will bo cheoring nowB to Democrats everywhere, as tho loss of ono district might change tho political complexion of tho next National Houso. Mr. Hart is a splendid organizer and very popular with tho masses of tho people, who fully appreciate his magnificent record in tho Kentucky Legislature. Unless thoDemo crats of tho district aro ovor-confidont and relax their efforts, Hart's election is assured." CLOAKS The Latest Styles Now on exhibition P.7 .111(1 I K iiTlriiV iMrTT rBHTTm BOOT BROWN Good judges of leather say our line of BOOTS for Farmers is the best ever shown in Maysville. They also say OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ever named on good, honest Boots. We Say So, Too, AND GUARANTEE IT Come and look at them and you'll be our customer. Remember our system satisfaction guaranteed. F.B.RANSON&CO. 35 East Second Street. JOLXJSlii: to TisariEi KOI! AIll'MIINO FAII ISUSIJ.T.-, Prices the Lowest Possible! FALL DRESS GOODS Suits at $2.97; Suits at $4.07; Suits at $8.97. Linings included. Tlieso are special bargains. LINEN GOODS Tallo Linen at 35c, worth 50c; 40c, worth 00c. Towels, 5c, worth 10c; 10c, worth 20c; 17c, worth 25c Handsomest and largest lino of Stamped Linen over shown in Mays villo. All our bargains of last week continued during this week. Give us a call. PAUL HOEFLIGH & BRO.. 211 and 213 MARKET STREET. Accidentally Shot. A Mr. Williarce, who has charge of tho shooting gallory at tho Gcrmantown fair, accidentally shot himself Thursday with a Hobert riflo. Tho ball struck over tho stomach but did not enter tho cavity, tho wound not being at all serious. All Free. Thoso who havo used Dr. King's Now Discovery know its value, and thoso who havo not, havo now tho opportunity to try it free. Call on your druggist and ot a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklon & Co., Chicago, and got a samplo box of Dr. King's Now Life Fills, free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and costs you nothing, at J. J. "Wood's drug store. Prici's $5 to $25. Fur Capes at $10, $15, con ...! (!. ' ' iwO. iftfG & OO u TALK! JjIuH rFKortTT FOR RENT. FOR RENT A houso of (our rooms, Flf h w nnl. Cheap to pood tenant. Apply to JOHN WHEELER. Market street. 6-3t ?OH RENT btoro-room at No. 135 West becoud V street. Apply at tho resilience. lj0K RENT Tho rofctilcuco at No. l.W East T Third street. Apply to MRS. JOHANNA HE1SER. FOR RENT In a good location thrco or lour rooms. A supply of water and other conveuj lences. Apply at No 112 West Front street 10-tf FOR RENT Tho residence of tho late Dr. War dlo on Second street. Fifth ward. Possession October 1st. Call on DR. T. II. N. SMITH or MRS. WARDLE. sltf I ?OR RENT Storo houso and otllco on But ! ton streot. Address D.W. JANUARY, Flcm InKsburg, Ky. dtf. miOK RENT Tho hoiuo on south east corner r Front and Market, formerly occupied :ly occupied bv Karr & Co. and N, Qolloustclu. Apply to GAR- RETT S. WALL. 22dtf. LOST. LOST Baby cap; whlto embroidery. Return to St. Charles Hotel.