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BARG-AINSLN OXFORDS AT BERKLEY'S, PRICE 25, 50, 75 AND 99 CENTS. SEE THEM.
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SOUTH METHODISTS.
The Kentucky Conference Adjourns
List of Appointments For tho
Ensuing Year.
Tho seventy-fifth annual session of tho
Kentucky Conferenco of the M. E.
Church, South, closed at Winchester
Tuesday afternoon. Bishop Haygood pre
sided, and the attendance was the largest
in tho history of the body.
Reports showed a gratifying increase in
membership and contributions to the
various funds. About half of tho $10,000
needed to complete and equip Kentucky
Wesloyan College according to original
plans was raised At a special meeting for
tho purpose. A communication came
from Cincinnati offering the use of a $20,
000 hotel at Point Burnsido free for five
years for educational purposes, with tho
option of purchasing it at tho end of that
period for $5,000.
The next conference will meet at Som
erset in September, 1890.
The following is the list of appoint
ments for tho ensuing conference year :
LEXINGTON DISTRICT J. HAND, PIIESIDINO ELDER.
Lexington, W. T. Bowling.
Epworth Charge and Missions, O. Boggcss.
Spears, R. B. Baird.
Paris, T. W. Watts.
. Frankfort, V. S. Follltt.
Versailles, J. O. A. Vaught.
Georgetown, I!. E. Lancaster.
Winchester, H. Q. Henderson.
Mt. Sterling, C. J. Nugent.
Old Fort, V. Chamberlain.
Grassy Lick and Mt. Zlon, J. J. Johnson.
North Mlddletowu, F. A. Savage.
Hiutou, A. Redd.
Mt. Hope, J. H. Williams.
New Columbus, C. M. Humphreys.
Swallowfleld Mission, E. J. Trimble.
Kentucky Wesleyan College, E. H. l'earcc.
Agent American Bible Society, G. S. Savage.
COVINGTON DISTRICT II. V. WALKFR, PRESIDING
ELDER.
Covington, Scott street, G. II. Means.
Covington, Eloventh street, J. W. Mitchell.
Newport, E. G. B. Mann.
Highland, W.A.Cooper.
Augusta and Foster, W. F. Moorcs.
California, J. W. Gardner.
J. C. S. Minor, supernumerary.
Vlsalla and Independence, J. S. Walker.
Falmouth, T. F. Taliaferro.
Petersburg, J. T. FIzcr.
Morning View, L. G. Wallace.
Warsaw, M. M. Shoesmlth.
Brooksvillo, W. J. Doran.
Walton, T. II. Hoffman.
T. M. Bufllugtou and D. E. Bedluger, super
numeraries. Cynthlana. E. L. Southgate.
Williamstown, J. W. Barker.
Bracken Mission to be supplied bylJ. D.Reuakcr.
Oddville, W. T. Benton.
Kelat, W. W. Green.
Select High School, T. J. Dodd.
Verona, J. M. Matthews.
S3ELBYVILLE DISTRICT J. REEVE'S, PRESIDING ELDER.
Shelbyville, J. R. Savage.
Slmpsonvlllc, T. J. Mclutyre.
Taylorsville, T. J. Godby.
Bloomfleld, D. B. Cooper.
Newcastle, W. W. Spates.
Port Royal, G. W. Boswell.
Campbellsburg. II. C. Wright.
Bedford, G. W. Crutchfleld..
Milton, W. H. Wiuter.
Prestonvlllc, B. K. Muse.
La Grange, George Froh.
Eminence, F. K. Struve.
Beards, J. P. Strathen.
Pleasantvllle, W. T. Rolaud.
Chrlstlansburg, O. J. Chandler.
Clay Village, W. II. H. Dltzler.
Gratz.J. W. Crates.
Palsgrove, J. M. Johnsou.
Science Hill School, W. T. Poynter.
MAYSVILLE DISTRICT D. W. ROBINSON, PRESIDING
ELDER.
Maysvlllo, J. S. Slmms.
East Maysvlllo, L. Robinson.
Mlllcrsburg, W. M. Brltt. .
Flemlngsburg, M. W. Hincr.
Tiltou audNepton, M. S. Clark.
HIlIsboro,E.C. Savage.
Orangeburg, P. J. Ross.
Sharpsburg and Bethel, M. F. Chandler.
Carlisle, C. F. Ouy.
Owingsville, W. D. Welburu.
Salt Well, J. R.Nelsou.
Vanccburg, E. E. Holmes.
Mt. Olivet, W. A. Peun.
Shanuon andSardls, J. D. Redd.
Germantown, T. B. Cook.
Tollesboro, S. II. Pollltt.
Dover, M. P. Morgan.
Moorefleld, R. H. Wightmau.
Ruddle's Mills aud Mt. Carmel, J. W. Harris.
Kluuey Mission, Ed. Allen.
Mlllcrsburg Female College, C. Pope.
DANVILLE DISTRICT W. F. VAUGHN, PRESIDING EL
DER. Danville, W. F. Taylor.
Harrodsburg, J. K. Deerlug.
Nlcholasvlllc, Julius E. Wright.
Perryvllle, E. H. Godby.
Mackvllle, S. W. Peoples.
Chaplin, W. T. Ecklar.
' Lawrenceburg, E. A. McClurc.
Salt River, W. L. Clark.
Salvlsa, B. F. Cosby.
Willmore, J. A. Sawyer.
Burgln, A. P.Jones.
Laucaster, F. M. Hill.
Stanford, W. S. Grlnstead.
Richmond and Providence, G. V. Young.
Pulaski, S. M. Carrier,
J. S. Reagan, supply.
Collego Hill, W. F. Wyatt.
Somerset, W. E. Arnold.
Morelaud, J. N. Ison. ,
Polut Burnslde, To bo supplied.
As'bury College, J. W. Hughes.
MIDDLESDORO DISTRICT II. O. MOORE, PIIESIDINO
ELDER.
Middlesboro and Plnovllle, C. E. Boswell.
Loudon, J. R. Peoples.
Supply, J. J. Dickey.
Barboursvllle, J. M. Wilson.
Whltcsburg and Hindman, James Clay.
Prcachcrsvillo, W. S. Selby.
Pino Hill Mlssou, G. G. Reagom.
Jacksonville-dndBeattyvillo, C. II. Greer.
East Bcmstadt, V,'. . Rcngnu.
' Irvln, F. B, Jones.
Campton and Hazel Green, J. S. West.
Morehcad, James E. Wright.
Frenchburg, J. R. Word.
Wst Liberty, J. W. Hunter,
nazard and Hydon, J. L. Stamper.
Clay City, D. P. Ware.
Shirts made to order at Nelson's.
Giant potash for sinks Calhoun's.
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Accident ins. tickets. W. Wnrriur.
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Tobacco in barns insured by D. M.
Kunyon.
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Positively tho last chance. Gasolino
stoves, refrigerators and freezers at cost
at W. F. Power's.
Major Madison Mkng, aged eighty
four years, a welUknown citizen of Bour
bon, died this week.
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James Fuller attempted an assault
upon Mrs. Joe Throckmorton, near Mil-
lersburg, and was jailed at Paris.
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Henry Clay Murray, aged sixty-eight,
and Mrs. Belle Louderbnck, aged forty
two, wero married this week at Augusta.
Mayor Cox recently presented Mui phy
Collego of Sovierville.Tenn., a handsome
flag, and is in receipt of a letter of thanks
from tho President of tho school.
You can get Peeble's fine old wines,
whiskies and brandies at Chenoweth's
drug store. No uso to send to Cincin
nati. Thoy have a complete stock.
Intending to withdraw from business
on October 1st, all persons indebted to
me will please call and settle at once.
Mrs. John O'Donnell.
The Tuckahoe Musical Club will give a
concert at the Third Street Christian
Church, Ripley, Tuesday evenintr, Octo
ber 1st, 1895. Miss Corrinne Clinken
beard will assist in the entertainment.
Now is a good time to invest in dia
monds. On all diamonds bought of P. J.
Murphy, the jeweler, ho will refund the
money on them less 10 per cent, any
time. Watches cheaper than elsewhere.
The "Huntington" correspondent of
the Ripley Bee says: "Dan Schafer and
Charles Davis, of Maysville, have re
painted tho residence of Joseph Shelton,
and it is one of the beauties on Blooming
Ridge."
Handsome watch charms, lovely rings
and an elegant variety of the latest nov
elties in the jewelry line can always be
found at Ballenger's. No cheap stuff,
but tho best made ; and that's the only
kind to buy.
By some inadvertance, a few tickets to
tho reception on Thursday night have
been issued to children. Much as the
Reception Committee would like to have
tho children present, it will be impossible
to admit them.
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Married, at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Lewis, at Quanah, Texas,
Wednesday evening, September 18th, at
9 o'clock, Eugene E. Stearns and Miss
Alice Beardsley, youngest daughter of
Rev. D. A. Beardsley, formerly of this
city.
Mr. John Ford and Miss Bridget Ma
loney, both formerly of this city, were
united in maniago in Louisville yester
day. They arrived here last evening and
are receiving congratulations and good
wishes from their many friends and ac
quaintances. At tho meeting held last evening Ring
gold Lodge No. 27, I. O. O. F., elected
the following representatives to tho
Grand Lodge: Messrs. W. E. Stallcup.
Simon Nelson and James Childs. Mr.
James Childs was recommended for D.
D. G. Master.
At Greenup, William Rico has filed a
$10,000 damage suit against John C. Tay
lor, of Argentum, claiming that his char
acter was injured by tho testimony given
by Taylor when Rice was on trial charged
with complicity in the murder of Edward
Perry, at which trial Rico was acquitted.
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AND MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY!
Owing to our determination to eiiiinge in other business, we will close out our
Entire Stock of Boots and Shoes
AT COST!
This will be an opportunity to secure genuine bargains in High-Grade Footwear
such as was never offered bffore in the I istory of the Maysville Shoe trade.
Nothing Shoddy in the entire stock. Eveiyth nir fresh and new and up to date in
every particular. This is a genuine :lsnig.nut-to-quit-busine5S sale. A tremen
dous stock, but at the prices we will name will not last long, so come earlv for
choice selections Large assortment of MEN'S and BOYS' WINTER BOOTS,
the best made, bought before the advance in leather, and will be sold at actual
COST. Terms, absolutely CASE. Please do not embarrass us by asking for
credit. Sale begins at once.
F. B. RANS0N & CO.
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DALY-FITZGERALD NUPTIALS,
St. Patrick's Church the Scene of a
Happy Marriage Early This
Morning.
This morning at 7 -o'clock Mr. Dan
Daly and Miss Margaret Fitzgerald were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
at St. Patrick's Chuich, Rev. Father
Funis officiating.
The groom is a young gentleman, es
teemed by all who know him, of a pleas
ant and agreeable disposition and des
tined to rank high in all tho walks of
life. His bride is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald, of Lime
stone street, and is a young lady loved
and esteemed by a host of friends for her
many noble qualities of head and heart.
Attired in a beautiful cream broadcloth,
tailor-made suit with hat to match she
never looked lovelier. She and the
handsome groom presented a beautiful
picture as they stood at the altar.
The ushers were Messrs. W. K. Conley,
of Covington, and Charles Daly, brother
of the groom. Tho organist, Miss Josie
Fitzgerald, of Lexington, rendered Men
delshon's wedding march as the party
approached the altar and during the
ceremony.
The happy couple wero the recipients
of many beautiful and useful presents,
and carry with them to their New York
homo tho good wishes of their friends
and acquaintances, in which the Bulletin
heartily joins. They left on the 9 o'clock
train for Cincinnati and this evening will
take a train for Canisteo, N. Y where
they will make their home.
Fall styles in hats at Nelson's.
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Mixed spices, the best, at Armstrong's.
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The woman's prayer service will bo
held in the First Presbyterian Church on
Friday afternoon, September 27th, at 3
o'clock.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and
positively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Prico 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. James Wood.
FALL OPENING
AT.
THE BEEHIVE!
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
September 25tli, 26tli and 27th.
We extend an invitation to all to visit our Fall
opening in Millinery. 'Dainty French patterns, new
effects and a magnificent assortment.
Novelties in Dress Goods, and a great line of
Cloaks now ready.
THE BEE HIVE,
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ROSENAUBROS., Proprietors.
Our stock of Winter Wraps are now
ready for inspection. They have been
selected with great care. In fit, finish
and material, are unsurpassed in the
country. In this department we have
always lead, and propose do so again
this season. We are showing many
beautiful styles in Jackets and Capes
that are confined to us in this market.
Black Dress Goods are in greater
demand than ever. We have prepared
for it and are showing all weaves and
designs.
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Special Sales For This Week!
Two hundred pairs of Misses' Kid Spring Heel -.Button,
latest styles, formerly $2 25 and $2
Ladies' Kid Button, worth 4
Ladies' Kid Spring Heel Button, worth - - 2
Ladies' Kid Button, worth 1
Misses' Kid Spring Heel Button, worth - - 1
Children's Kid Spring Heel Button, worth - 1
Infants' Kid Button, worth 40c,
Men's Tan Shoes, worth 4
Men's Calf Shoes, worth -Men's
Calf Shoes, worth
Men's Calf Shoes, worth -Boys'
Calf Shoes, worth -Youths'
Calf Shoes, worth
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FOE SALE,
The Executors of Thomas WclK deceased, will
eoU, at private sole, tho "Homo Tract" of 8H a-1
Acres, near Helena Station; also thrco other
tracts of land adjolnlw; same, contalnlnc no
Acres, :jo Aci-oh nnd " I Acres respectively.
No better land tu tho State. Terms to suit pur
chasers. Apply to
S.A. Piper)
mid VKxecutora.
G. S. AVnll.J
Maysvlllo, Ky.
,Fiunk Williams, n five-year man sent
up from (Boll County for horse stealing,
is tho convict who has been making coun
terfeit nickels and quarters in tho Frank
fort "pen."
IkTO T I C IE
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Tax-Payers
On all taxes (State and County) not paid before
tho first of November, ISM, there will bo a pcu
alty of G per cent, added. Tho law makes this
Imperative. Don't delay tho matter, l'lcasohot
tlo as soon as possible.
J. C. JEFFERSON,
17dl0-w2 Sheriff o( Mason County.
LOST.
LOST Monday between Hartley's storo and
Dr. Smith's office, a Masonic watch charm.
Kinder will bo liberally rewarded by returning
same to this office. 0-tl

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