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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899.
J. C. W. BECKHAM.
R. J. BKECK1NRIDGE.
Secretary of State,
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
ION D. NALL.
JOHN V. ALEXANDER.
A. W. HAMILTON.
WEA TIIER FORECAST Generally
fair Friday and Saturday; winds mostly
Judge -Morrow decides that thero ia
no anti-trust law on the statute bodks of
Kentucky. Iu this connection it is
hardly neceseary to add that the Judge
is a Republican.
Miss Nan Wood is visiting in Cov
ington. Miss Edith Ballenger is visiting rela
tives at Covington.
Mrs. George Traxel is visiting rela
tives at Columbus, 0. '
Mrs. W. W. Warder, of Chicago, is
visiting relatives in this city.
Miss Mary Norris.of Ripley, will teach
the Fern Leaf school the coming terra.
Miss Ida Mao Smith is at homeafter
a pleasant stay with friends at Mt. Car
Mrs. W. N. Stockton leaves for Cincin
nati to-morrow, for a visit of several
Miss Lettie Purnell is home after a
several weeks visit 'to friends in the
Mr. Harry Burgoyne, of near Lexing
ton, is visiting relatives and friends in
Mrs. J. 0. Lovell and daughter, Miss
Irma, are guests of Mrs. J. W. Darrow,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stockton have
returned from White Sulphur Springs
and other points.
Miss Minnie Roden leaves to-morrow
for a visit of a few days with relatives at
Bellevuo and Cincinnati.
Mr. Joseph Easton left Thursday for
Hillsboro, 0., where he has a position as
clerk at the Parker Hotel.
Miss Armstrongand brother, of Flem
ingsburg, were amongst the guests at
Wednesday night's dance.
Mrs. Mollie Frey, of Covington, is
v.'siting her sister Mrs. Charles Deal
aud brother Mr. Thomas Boyce.
Pro. H. 0. Wilso-, of Mt. Olivet, spent
Wednesday night with his old schoolmate
Mr. M. (J. Daily, of ropiar street.
Mrs. George Eitol, Mrs. John Eitel
aed Miss Maggie Costello, aro visiting
menus at uincinnati anu .Louisville.
Mrs. James Yarnell and two little
sons are visiting the family of her
mother, Mrs. James McDonald, at Dover.
Mrs. J. L. Nicholson and Miss Lucile
Nicholson are the guests of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Plummer, of
MIbs Mary Madison, who was the
guest of Miss Elgin for the dance of last
Wednesday, returned yesterday to her
home in Cynthiana.
Hon. Wood Browning, of Alvin.
Texas, arrived this morning, and will
spend a few days in the county on busi
ness and visiting relatives.
Miss Margaret Lalley, of Mill Creek,
Miss Lillie May Comer, of Lewisburg, and
Mr. P. F. Lalley, of Cincinnati, are visit
iig the Misses Lalley this week.
Misses Anna Pearce, of Lexington,
and Olive Pierce, of Montgomery, Ala.,
who have been the guests of Mies Elgin
for some weeks, left yesterday with her
to attend a house party given by Mrs. A.
P. Ilord, of Lexington.
Misses Lena Prather and Lida Power,
of Flomingsburg and Cornelia Hill, of
Henderson and Messrs. Charles Power, of
Flemingsburg, Walter Matthews.of Mays
lick and J. W. Chambers of Winchester
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Mat
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public
to know of one concern in the land who
aro not afraid to be generous to the needy
and suffering. The proprietors of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds, have given away over
ton million trial bottles of this great med
icine; and have the satisfaction of know
ing it has absolutely cured thousands of
hopeless cases. Asthma; bronchitis,
hoarseness and all diseases of the throat,
chest and lungs aro surely cured by it.
Call on J. J.Wood & Sontdruggists, anu get
atrial bottle freo. Regular size 50 cents
jmd SI. Every bottle guaranteed, or
Interesting Discussions of Several Topics.
Resolutions Adopted in Memory of
Miss Miley Howe.
The Mason County Teachers Institute
opened Thursday morning with singing,
"Savior, More Than Life to Mo," and
"We're Marching to Zion." Dr. J. 0.
Molloy, of the Central Presbyterian
Church, conducted the religious services.
The morning's work was begun by Prof.
Willis continuing his illustrated talk on
After recess the subject of "History"
was taken up. "The Teacher's Part of
the Work" was discussed by Mrs. Clara
K. Allen. She was followed by Mr.
Hayes Thomas on the subject of "Class
Mr. Kay discussed the subject of "His
tory's Relation to Other Studies."
"The Relation of Politics to History"
was discussed by Mr. W. H. Hicks, Mr.
Hayes Thomas and Mr. W. R. Chandler.
Mr. Gaither followed with an interesting
Mr. II. Gabby gave an able talk on
"Current History" and made a strong
plea for the teaching of current events
ia our schools. Mr. G. H. Turnipseed
gave an excellent plan for teaching of
"current events," a plan which ho prac
tices; he has his pupils in advanced
work take periodicals by which means
teacher and pupil may learn together.
Mr. Grimes, Miss Goddard, Mr. Wilson,
Mr. W. T. Pollitt and Mr. Dickey each
treating a different branch of tho subject
closed the discussion.
The afternoon session opened with
singing, "He Leadeth Me," and then the
subject oi "School Management" was
again taken up, Miss Murphy, Miss
Herbert, Messrs. Sousley, Durham and
Wells participating in the discussion.
The subject was closed with a talk by
At tho close of the discussion on "Man
agement," Dr. A. N. Ellis was introduced
and entertained the teachers for about
an hour with an ably illustrated lecture
on "Tlve Effects of Study Upon the Eyes
During School Life." He closed his lec
ture with a few rules governing manners
of study, position, directions from which
light should come, etc., which none could
hear without recognizing their useful
ness aud importance.
After recess the subject of "Physiol
ogy" was taken up and illustrated by the
Instructor. Under this subject the fol
lowing topics were discussed, viz: Basic
Laws of Health, Hygienic Position, Ven
tilation, Light, Calisthenics, Play and
Exercise, Stimulants and Narcotics, Lon
gevity, Accidents and Emergencies.
Under "The Laws of Health," the In
structor discussed the following topics,
viz : Good Parentage, Temperate Habits,
Abundant Sleep, Suitable Food, Proper
Exercise, Pure Air, Study of Excretions,
Well Directed Effort, Suitable Clothing,
Cheerfulness, A Resolute Will, A Well
Regulated Mind." The following was
We the teachers of Mason have heard with
deep regret of the death of Miss Miley Howe, our
frleud and co-worker. She was ever bright and
happy; cheerfulness followed wherever she
went. A true friend always, eVer ready to help
tho distressed with bright smiles, .encouraging
words and even with the hard earned fruits of
her labor. In the district where she taught she
leaves many devoted and loyal pupils and pa
trons, who ftel that they Indeed have lost an ex
cellent teacher, a noble woman and a faithful
Setott cd, That as we bow in humble submission
to the will of Him who doeth all things well we
realize that our loss is her gain, and that she is
now with the Great Teacher in the realms of
light, sbo is in the perfect enjoyment of that full
est, highest and richest life found only beyond
the shadowy river.
J2ctohed, That these resolution be recorded on
tho minutes of the Institute, copies sent to the
Public Ledger aud Daily Bulletin and a copy
scut to the family of tho deceased.
, Annie E. Hudson,")
Alice A. Doksey, -Cora.
W. T. PoLUTT. J
Tho Institute adjourned until 0 o'clock
The session closes at noon
The Ladies' Missionary Society of the
Central Presbyterian Church will meet
with Mrs. Poyntz in tho WeBt End, on
Monday, Sept. 4th, at 4 p. m. A full at
tendance is desired as two matters of
great importance-are to be discussed.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Oargile, of Wash
ita, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of
Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of
Bcrofula, which had caused her great suf
fering for years. Terriblo sores would
break out on her head and face, and the
beBt doctors could give no help: but her
cure is complete and her health is ex
cellent." This shows what thousands
havo proved, that Electric Bitters is the
besUblood purifier known. It's the su
premo remedy for eczema, totter, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores.
It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
expels poisons, helps digestion, builds up
the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by J.
J. Wood & Son, druggists, Guaranteed,
Thursday's Proceedings of
Mason County Insti
Terms on school
Kackley & Co.'s.
books cash at J. T.
Wm. Bkcklky and Mamie Thompson, a
colored couple, were granted marriage
It is estimated 2,000,000 English spar
rows were killed recently by an electric
storm at Little Rock, Ark.
Do you like soda water? Ohenoweth
serves the kind that will please you.
Corner Second and Sutton streets.
' Take stock in the twenty-first series
Limestone Building Association. Books
now open. Call on any of the officers.
Mr. H. T. ClinkindkArd has accepted a
position as cutter for Drugan & Co., mer
chant tailors, of Columbus, 0., and leaves
for that point to-day. His family will
remain in Maysville.
Bryant Young, of Bardstown, a cousin
of ex-Governor John Young Brown, who
recently presided over a bolters' meeting,
has announced that he has seen tho error
of his ways, and is for Goebel and the
Ripley Bee: "Mrs. Mike Schrekler, of
Missouri, is the guest of her niece, Mrs.
Martin Wetzel. This is her first visit
here in twenty-one years. She was for
merly a resident of Ripley and Mason
Mr. William Hawes, of the Minerva
'bus, brought to the Bulletin office this
morning a genuine freak of nature in the
shape of an ear of corn with nineteen
smaller ears surrounding it, all the latter
attached to the big ear at the large end.
It was grown by Mr. J. H. Lowe, of
.Minerva, on Mr. Walter Worthington's
Eight iron clock, regular prico S10, my
price $0. Sterling silver sugar spoons or
cream ladle $1; 1847 knives and forks
$3.50 dozen; 1847 tea spoons 85c, regular
price $1.25; Forbes' nickel silver tea
spoons 30c.; cut glass pepper anu salt
with sterling silver tops $1 pair, regular
price $1.50. Call and learn the reduced
price of sterling spoons and forks. Price
has never be equalled.
Murphy, the jeweler.
The Murray Comedy Company holds
the boards at Washington Opera House
next week, and it is safe to say there is
a treat in store for the patrons. Lillian
Mae Crawford, the leading lady of the
company, comes with a number of sea
sons' successes behind her, with such
companies as Canary and Lederer'sN. Y.
Casino Co., A. M. Palmer's "Mme Sans
Gene" and Wm. A. Brady's "Cotton
King." Mr. Harry Stanley is also well
known. They have made a careful selec
tion of plays. Managers Smith aud
Lamb have secured a number of such
specialty artists as Mina Gennell, Frank
Robinson, Grace Lambert, Neil McNa
mara, Lonnie Denne and many others,
who keep the interest at a high pitch
between the acts and succeed in making
the evening "one4 continual round of
plea'sure." Ladies free Monday night,
when accompanied by a person with a
paid 30 cent ticket.
SOUTH METHODIST CONFERENCE.
Charges Preferred Against Three Preach
ers, Rev. John Reeves One of
At the Southern Methodist Confer
ence, in session at Carlisle, when the
names of the presiding elders were
called, R. T. Marshall, of Mt. Carmol,
preferred charges against Rev, John
Reeves. A committee of investigation
Charges were also preferred against
Revs. Shoesmith and Barker, the nature
of which was not made public.
Rush Hurt, former editor of the Mil
lersburg Gazette, was admitted as a
Rev. J. S. Sims, of Lexington, preached
to the largest audience ever gathered at
None of the churches at that place
is largo enough to accommodate the
conference and the" sessions are being
held in the court house. Bishop Key, of
Texas, is presiding.
YOU will flud everything that is
beautiful aud artistic in tho new
est styles of
DtAMOND3 that aro real gems for
less money than is usually asked
for iuferior Stones.
from 83,50 per jet and up, Plated
Spoons from 60 cents per set and
pp not tho kind you're rt&aflon,
Fridays Cash Sale
Plaids are in the saddle for
bility to tones of color, perfection of finish and excellent wearing
qualities add to their popularity. Our dress goods man has
earned a triumph. His selections have certainly caught femi
nine fancy, for our August business in Wool Dress Goods has
been marvelous. Friday will be "Plaid Day," and the goods
will be yours at a double saving a "tariff saving and an in
troductory saving. For instance: 25c. a yard for handsome
wool double-width Plaid in a one-half dozen different styles.
See the goods, consider the price then ask yourself if a 'new
skirt is not as easy as it is desirable. , "
been a success. -.,
We cleaned up all our
people know our methods
of doing business,
are so successful in our
us and see
if we don't do the
bulk of the business this
Boys', Youths' and
Thero Are Others.
A prominent and influential Republi
can of this city concedes the election of
Senator Goebel by 20,000 majority. He
says that Goebel has not only been pros
ecuted, but is now being persecuted, and
ue is strongly inclined to be for him.
The "Kids" defeated the Limestones
in a match bowling contest last evening
at Ort's alleys, winning the first game by
121 points and tho third by four. Tho
won the Becond by fifty-
The Appetito of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose
stomach and liver are out of order. All
such Bhould know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the wonderful stnmnnh anu
liver remedy, gives a splendid appetite,
sound digestion and a regular bodily
name mat insures perfect health and
great energy. Only 25c. at J. J, Wood &
Sou's drug store-o
. AC .A i
the fall of '9 Their adapt
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1899,-
at 2 o'clock p. m at tho court house door, iu the
city of Maysville, Ky., v, o will offer at public sale,
to the highest bidder, a tract of
ACRES OF LAND
on Lawrence Creek, Mason Connty, Ky. This
land is a portion of the farm of tho late George
L. Fonnan, deceased, and Is located about three
and a half miles from Maysville. It Is what is
kHown as Walnut, Sugar Tree and BurrOak land,
and is very productive. It has one small Dwell
ing house, two new Barns, a Corn Crib and a Sta
ble. The water supply never falls. One hun
dred and twenty-five acres (125) of the land Is now
The sale will be on tho following terms, to-wlt :
One-fourth cash, one-fourth in one year, one
fourth in two years, and one-fourth in three
years, the deferred payments bearing 6 per cent.
Interest. payableHinually and secured by lien
on land. The land will have been seeded at
time of sale and purchaser will take land as it
stauds at day of sale, with full posesslon March
Now is the time for any one desiring good pro
ductive Mason County farm on easy terms to
purchase same at a fair price.
W. A. CABLI9H,
A. M. J. COCHRAN,
Executors of P. n. Traxel, Deceased.
Aucttoner. Geo. C. Goggln.
August 29lh, 1899.
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE,
One solid week, com
THE LARGEST AND BEST,
THE MURRAY COMEDY COMPANY.
DIrectlou Chas. Lamb J. Rus. Smith, Mgr.
New plays, new costumes, new music, new
hV-7-,i,liDsri,T.wen.,ent ol tne be People,
headed by Lillian Mae Crawford and Harry Sta
ley. Specialties new nnd novel introduced be
tweenacte. BAND and Orchestra. Mondaynlght,
JBSTPRICES, 10, 20 nnd 30 Cts.'
A white girl to do housework and
apuiy at vj nast Third street.
L'J?irmln,K th puoHo that I have a full line of
??,?? ks GfremeacAll. I will be thank
W"WU ilUUK.& 1 IttltU tills llmtn,in n l
ful for VOUr natrmmira
207 Court street.
Fi?.?ENIrA residence next to Dr. Pane
burn. Six rooms. MRS. VICROY. 29Kl3t
h1VinNTN,lcel'iurnl8"-t '"ni room for
13 gents. Apply at No. 210 Casto street, Mays-
Eto ffj&cl&BSR houcheptf
Residence at 463 West Second st.
JD and bulldlns lot next tn it.
PELHAM, 400 W. Second st. David1 StYluson.
"L1lewpsVLr7iwUn M9 bu 1 mountain
iT" cV.es;, La"On or address JOHN B PETFRS
Bernard, Mason County. Ky. ' u d '
IT'Hmm1-? "''lence known as "River
J lde," located half mile outsldo cltv limit
ou the riverside below Maysville Kv a "i,
Fpa1S V72oa nou.se nud lot- desirably l
ni?? i uv? ord?e?' Terms reasonable- Ap
ply at 1H West Front street Maysville, Ky. 22-tf
US1 UI1 t in 1JY lint.., .11.. .... ..
lu. BP.J" Pleoso return to this nni n, tn
J. A. MOFFfcrr, Mayslick, and receive reward
'..u. .-. M
aj letter "S." engraved on it, Reward
turn of same to this ofllce. -wpi
I i lSt'tTA.c i."5SuluK. R. cull button, with
I j anirSSr7' ,etwecn the Moysvllle Pro
O. depot, n 83 bill
.... -"-""i"uj a iuro on on
finitnn mill P nml
Liberal reword for return of
same to this olllce
Stated convention' of Limestono Lodpe
No. 30, K. of P., this evening at 7 o'clock.
Vc in th6 rank of KuiRht. Full at
tendance desired. - . ,,
John W. Oartmkm,, O. O.
John L. Chamberlain, K. of R. and S.
JFsanklin bread at Traxel's.