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i if' k Ih. . ft i f h - ' If l! t J J f. K i. I'f i lu .1 5' 'hi 111 Evening Bulletin. DAILV, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ltossEit & McCarthy, Proprietors. riMUC Hf'l.i WIN Is the test oud newsiest paper 1 lunrtt)caMrii Kentucky. htnblllicllii 1803. It speaks for ll-vlf. Its long and pros iwruiis career ! convincing cvldencu of tbq ei-tl-mate the people place upon It m a newspaper and mlvertls nx medium. Weekly, 81.50 a year i Dally, 83 n year. Proportionate rates (or I'- than a veiir. Now Is the tlmo to sub scribe. Advertising rates furnished ou appllca- MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1894. Local snows', colder weather; northwest winds. The Owensboro Messenger is out for Colonel linger, of Ashland, for Governor. This voice from Western Kentucky for the Eastern Kentucky candidate is full of significance. Messrs. Hardin and Clay want to keep an eye on linger. Mk. Ha urns, the fuel gas man, has been released from custody at Cincinnati, the warrant against him having been with drawn. The editor of the Ledger claims to know enough about Mr. Harris to " send him to State's prison," and now is the time for him to get in his work. John Burns, the English labor leader, in an addressat Pittsburg the other night, gave Carnegie a "hot roast." ''England," he said, "would have none of Carnegie's philanthropy." "The steel king," ho con tinued, "is robbing his workmen to erect libraries to stand as monuments to his memory." Mr. Burns referred to the Yanderbilts and Rothschilds also, and said charity in America is the privilege of the rich. What is given to the poor one day is stolen from them the next day. That Webbville correspondent o'f the Cincinnati Post startled the renders of that paper with the information that Floyd Barter and William Smith, des- Serate jail-breaking counterfeiters, havo een landed at Bloomington. The latter place must be a product of his blooming imagination, as the fellows were caught near this city two weeks ago. It's a won der the Post wouldn't tumble tq his nibs. Ashland News. The Enquirer people will havo to keep an eye on the Winchester correspondent or he will be palming this item off on them as having occurred in Ohio. JonN M. Taylok, of Fort Smith, Ark., defrauded the Government out of $18,000 on a false claim for pension, but he was caught up with at last, and was sentenced last week to five years imprisonment. He pleaded guilty, and claimed that the fraud was planned by pension attorneys. He had a wound on the breast caused by a blister applied in the army and five examining boards passed it for a gun shot wound. And yet when the Presi dent speaks of pension frauds, it's the signal for a general howl from a certain class. THE REPUBLICANS AND THE CUR RENCY QUESTION. " It cannot be said that the Republican leaders are gaining any credit for them selves or for their party in the discus sion of the Carlislo currency bill," says the Louisville PoBt. " Recently Mr. Russell, Republican, from Connecticut, said that the purpose of tb.9 bill was to destroy a national banking isystom that has stood the test of thirty years. " The purpose of the bill is not to de stroy the national banking system, which must perish with the payment of the national debt. The bill embodies many of the features of the old system and aiapts others to changed conditions. " Nor has tho national banking system ' stood tho test of thirty years,' to tho entiro satisfaction, either of tho public or tho best financiers. To-day one-third of the banking capital of tho country is invested in State banks, which have stood tho test of sixty years. Founded on debt, the basis of the national bank ing system contracted just in proportion as tho Government was ablo to pay its debt. Lacking tho essential feature of a sound paper currency redemption in gold on demand national bank notes had no elasticity and failed to respond to tho growing necessities of commerce. "This much is said merely to expose tho folly of tho men who assail Dem ocrats for not lotting tho national bank ing system alone, when tho Democrats aro merely trying to do what for ten years tho wholo country has seen must bo done before the banking system would meet tho commercial necessities of tho United States. " It is time for tho Republicans to put aside such absurd loaders as Russell, who has learned nothing from nn experience of thirty years, and assist tho Democrats in establishing our currency on a gold basis." ( Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcors, salt rheum , fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all ekin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay roquireu. It e guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box. For sale at J. Jamos Wood'a. THE RIVER, Navigation About Suspondod on Ac count of Ico Boats Booking Safo Harbors. The St. Lawrence laid up at Cincinnati. An entire suspension of navigation is near at hand. River gauge reads 8 feet and rising slowly. River pretty full of sharp ice, 2 inches thick. Tho river is frozen over at Parkersburg and several other points between Ihoro and Pittsburg. Bonanza wires she will be down on timo this afternoon. No advice yet as to a boat for Pomeroy to-night. Coal men unloading coal yesterday on account danger. At present rate to-morrow will about shut out everything. Captain Tom Hall brought the Gate City down and took his loaded model barge Pinafore into harbor at Beasloy's, juat below town. The ferry Laurance still running, and landing at lower grade in Aberdeen, ready to drop in under grade when she has to quit. If successful in getting rid of the old Andes, tho Pittsburg and Cincinnati Packet Lino will at once contract for a now boat,' and she will bo supplied with all the latest appliances and improve ments. The Pittsburg towboat Seven Sons is owned by Cumberland Posey, a colored man, who began work as a deckhand on the little steamer Sallio ICooper, at Park ersburg, during the war. Posey also owns the tug Cyclone. Reliance and Silver Wave gone into ice harbor at South Ripley. All Pitta burg packets have quit. Hudson at Cin cinnati, Iron Queen at Pittsburg and Keystone State en route for Pittsburg, ex pected to reach Little Kanawha or Mus kingum. 1 1 PERSONAL. Judge Phister went to Lexington this morning. Misa Stella Redmond is visiting at Louisville. Miss Maggie Swift left this Jmoming for Lexington, on a visit. Judge "Wall left for Louisville Sun day afternoon on business. Dr. Clarence Pollitt of Erie, Pa., is here on a visit to relatives. Mr. Ed. Loftus, of Covington, has re turned home after a visit at Lewisburg. Mr. John A. Newell visited his sister, Mrs. U. B. Clift, of Covington, last week, Mr. Leachman Lewis, of Louisville, is visiting his uncle, Mr. H. P. Lewis, of Forest avenue. Miss Anna Iliggins, of "Camp Ken ton," returned Saturday from a visit in Bourbon County. Mr. Al. McCormick, of Richmond, roturned homo Saturday after a visit to his relatives in this city. Mrs. John Butler, of Richmond, has returned homo after spending sev eral days hero with relatives. Miss Josio Weisbrodt, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Misses Maggie and Fannie Gollenstein, of Forest avenue. Mr. Robert E. Lee, tho handsome and accommodating clerk at the Palace Hotel, Cincinnati, was up last week on a visit to relatives in the city and county, returning Saturday. Prof. I. S. Kaye and family, of Orangeburg, wore guesta of Mrs. Bar croft Saturday, on returning from a Christmas visit to Prof. Thomas H. Kaye, of Highland County, 0. Misses Jennie Moran and Stella Downing aro at homo after spending the past three months with friends in Okla homa, Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. They were accompanied homo by Mr. Jack Moran, of Dallas. Charity Lodge No. 279, F. and A. M., of Mayslick, has elected tho following officers : W. M. A. P. Gooding. 8. W.-C. A. Howard'. J. W. William II. Cole. "Secretary Charles Wucelor. Treasurer D. A. Williams, ' S. and T. D. M. Stockdale. 8. D.-IL B. Yancey. J. D.-B. F. Hawkins. Mr. Bush L. Cook, brother of Mr. Ed. Cook of this city, and woll-known in Maysvillo, has leased tho Hotel Nicholas of Nicholasvillo and will soon take chargo of it. Wlien Baby was sick, wo gave lier Castorla. When rtio was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When sho Ijoeumo Miss, alio clung to Castorla. When elio had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. '2&" a The Old Friend And tho best friend that never fails you is SimmonB Liver Eegu lator, (tho Rod Z) that's what you hear at the mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that anyth'ntf else will do. It is zhe lving of Liver Medi cines ; is better than pills, and takes tho place of Quinine and Calomel It acts directly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels and gives new life to tho whole sys tem. This is the medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in rowder to ue taken dry or made into a tea. 3-KVEKV rACKAGE-ffia lias tho Z Stamp in red cm wrapper J. II. ZKItlN & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. A Unique Entertainment. A "penny party" announced by tho Misses Allison for Thursday evening proved to bo but a pleasant disguising of that old list of two-and-twenty questions, the answers to which are to be found upon tho penny of commerce. The guests having arrived, to each one was given a card, a bright penny and a pencil, with instruc tions to find the articlo mentioned in this list by the scrutiny of the penny, tho answer to be written opposite each ques tion. An hour waa granted for tho solving, after which two prizes were awarded, to the most and least successful guessor. The home was elaborately decorated with holly and mistletoe. At a late hour a delicious repast was served. The table was handsomely decorated, and tho menu was of the finest. The fair young host esses never looked lovelier, and seemed to possess tho bright faculty of making their guests onjoy themselves to such an ex tent that thoughts of the evening will linger for many a day as a pleasant mem ory in the hearts of those who partici pated. All Free. Those who have usodJJr. King's Now Discovery know its vdlujand those who have not. havo now tho onnortunity to try it free. Call on your druggist and et a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New jjiie 1'itis, iree, as wen aa a copy oi uume 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. No bottom prices are bo low. Every thing is jobs. Come and see. A J. McDocqle, No. 117 Sutton street, Maysvillo, Ky. i Accident ins. tickets. W. Ii. Warder. FOR SALE. 1,011 SALE A Piano at a bargain. Apply to ; thlaofflce. 30tf Adveiitjsino costs money. To make a spas modic splash and then quit may be all right for a Bhowmun booming a "ono-night stand; " but a business man's advertising Hhould bo systematic and pcrelstent. Mark Forrest. WASHINGTON Opera: Honse! One Week, Commencing MONDAY, December 31 Robinson -"Comic Opera- Comp'y. REPERTOIRE; Monday LaMascotto Tuesday Chimes oi Normandy Wednesday GIrolle-Ulrolla Thursday To be announced Friday , Bohemian Oirl Saturday Robert Masai ro New Years Matinee Olivette Saturday Matinee 1'lnaforo Magnificent Costumes! STRONG CHORUS. Prices, 15, 25 and 35. AAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Optician Louis Landman 2 0 Cincinnati, 0., uill beat Jj P the Central Hold, ifoynille, 5 C. Ky on SATURDAY, De- 5 cembcr 15 oik; day only. c Do not fail to see him, as this win tor Is his last term at Medical College, and he will not bo ablo to visit this city as olton as ho used to last summer, p AWlAlAlAlAAAAAAi u5 Holiday Proclamation! Xmas Greetings Xmas Presents. If you are looking for Xmas Presents or something for yourself, call on us. What gift is more welcome than a nice CLOAK? In this line we have made sweeping reductions: $7 50 COATS AND CAPES NOW $5 00 10 00 COATS AND CAPES NOW 6 50 15 00 COATS AND CAPES NOW 10 00 20 00 COATS AND CAPES NOW 12 50 During tlio Holidays wo offer two Handkerchief Bargains Embroidered lino Linen Handkerchiefs, plain or scalloped edge, usual prico 25c, Xmas prico 15c; extra lino Linen Handkerchiefs, handsomely embroidered, usual price 50c, Xmas price 25c Kid and Cashmere Gloves in all now shades, from 25c to $1.50. Ladies who are looking for inexpensive Xmas Novelties should see our 25 and 50c. articles. We are sure you will bo pleased with the display. Hoping to see you, D. HUNT & SON. THE aUESTION: i it Ml I Hi For MSB? Settle this at once. We can please you. Call and see our CARPET SWEEPERS, ROCKERS, DINING CHAIRS, TABLES, STANDS, CABINETS, PICTURES, EASELS. For the Littlo Folks : EXPRESS WAGONS, DOLL CARRIAGES, WHEELBARROWS, CHAIRS, all kinds, HOBBY HORSES, SLEIGHS, CARTS. Our goods are new and prices the very lowest. MclLVAINA HUMPHREYS 113 SUTTON STREET. CHRISTMA GOODS -AT- caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa; HOEFUCH'SI-S lAAAAAAAlAJlAlAlAiaWAUAlAAA l Fancy Goods, Jap Goods. Stamped Linens, Towels, Haiidkerchiefs, Jeiuelry, Dress 6 nods, Blankets, Carpets, Rugs, Portieres, Screens, Etc. SPECIAL SALES DAYS, Tuesday and Wednesday. Ton dozen 25-cent Handkerchiefs, 19c; 25c. for Stamped Linens worth 40 to 50c. Thursday arid Fri day, 10c. sale. All 25c. Fancy Goods, 10c. Other goods reduced. PAUL HOEFLICH & BEO. JtfVUMO -" fc;0fl H5De1 --TLr1 .--.Z-Z' i 1 'tPWitiwiiifs 'W'weiVS 161 YIN E- ST fWT CINCINNATI, .GOTO. DONOYAN&SHORT The Leading Blacksmiths, SECOND AND LIMESTONE. Exports in practical Horseshoeing. Toelns-outnndTocIug-ln feot straightened, Kncc-banglnu. Forging, Scalping. Interfering stopped without discomfort to the horso. Feet trued, balanced una shod so as to ennblo Irregular galted horses to go straight with Irlntlonlcss articulation and increas ed speed, xour patronage Bulleitcd and promptly intended to, Trices reasonable. LOST. I OST-Safurday between tho Stato National i Hank and George II. Hclser's Btoro, a package of 810 In quartors. Finder will bo liberally re warded by roturulng samo to this office. 31-3t LOST Saturday on Lexington strcot, a leather mitt, l'lcaso return to CLAUDE CIIAPPELL. This Space is Reserved FOR THE- MAYSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY and DYE WORKS. 'I wrdnL kJfkgT 0.J hM-li .&Ml4KJgi4'i .?'. tt SxAflW-v ;-U-w:;tV ;i j Mbfpk ...w-jgiito jvQjfrOP j.W4vJi.