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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. itossEii & McCarthy, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OF DAILY. ne month 25 I Three months 7b -ix months 81 60 One vear S3 00 SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. j56F"FUr to day. BST'Suiulny, fair ami warmer. JBeTNortli to west winds. Those in charge of the West End Mis sion desire to extend thanks to all who so generously patronized the Society Minstn-ls, and to those young ladies and gentlemen who took part. They especially desire to express their appreci ation of the services, of Messrs. John Pollitt and T. Reed Chunn. Mr. Pollitt has had extensive experience behind the footlights and the success of the bIiow was due to his expert training. He is a first class end man and all wish him un limited success which they feel suro ho will attain. The artistic setting of the stage was due to the discriminating taste of Mr. Chunn, while the beautiful scen ery in the "Choir Boy," all of which ho painted, shows his wonderful skill in that line. Both these young gentlemen worked zealously and earnestly for the success of the minstrels and the man agers of the school feel happy in pub licly according them the thanks due. Mr. D. Wood is ill at his home on For est avenue. One large sack "Dewey Patent" flour for 45 cents at H. E. Langdon & Co.'s Mr. H. E. Gabby will preach at Aber deen to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Millinery. Mrs. M. Archdeacon will have her spring and summer millinery opening April 5th, 6th and 7th at her new store on West Third St., opposite R. B. Lovel'a grocery. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. B. Orr has returned from Paris. Bourbon News: "Miss Mayme Pans ier, of Maysville, is visiting Miss Emma L. Hite." Rev. W. T. Spears returned Friday from a visit with friends in Muhlenhurg County. Miss Shanklin, of Mayslfck, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Shanklin, of East Second street. Mrs. Fannie Campbell was in Cin cinnati Friday attending the funeral of Mm. Christiana Richard. Miss Addie Chanslor, of Millershurg, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Armstrong, of Forest avenue. Mr. A. Bona came down from Lex ington Friday to see his son-in-law, Mr. James Fitzgerald, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Tom Prathor, of Mayslick, has been the guest of her sisters, the Misses Wadell, of Millershurg, for several days. ELECTRICS AVON. They Defeated tlio West Ends and liismarks in Last Night's Howling Games. Tho three-men bowling contest at the Maysville Club alleys last night result ed as follows: WKVT ENDS.' Ctilleu 102 174 McDowell 119 Ud Kackley ill Crawford 105 Total h tX 119 ;: nLSMlRKS. T. Rr.ssell 135 155 Pfelller 1SI 139 Dieiier 150 150 Total 119 411 El IXTIUCS. W. Harney 1C0 156 Dunbar 177 149 Scbroeder 110 159 Totals 1S3 181 42S' 111 55 20 -f- Mr. C. D. Russell, who has been Beriously ill with sciatica, is improving and ib now able to sit up. Mr. II. E. Gabby J will preach at the Baptist Church morning and evening to morrow. Tho public'.invited. Elder Howard T. Creeps returned from Indianapolis and will preach at the Christian Church to-morrow at usual hours. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:15 p. m. Tho public in vited. The Pullman Company has sold' to the Chesapeake & Ohio 1,500 Gondola can; purchase price $1,1(J'J,350 10. Of th 1,500 cars 599 are what are known as "flat bottom," while 901 are "Hopper bottom" curs. They aro to bo dolivored -during May, Juno and July of this year. At last night's mooting of tho Board rat Education a proposition was pre tsonted to sell tho city tho conveut prop erty for $24,000. Tho property fronts 132 feet on Third street and forty-four feet on Second, and has on it tho four-story convent building, a two-story brick resi dence and also n two-story school build ing on Second street end of lot. Tho original cost of it was $45,000. CLEAR CASE. Detectives Who Have Been at Work on the Goebel Case Talk. Say Evidence Is So Strong That Everybody Will Bo Convinced of Guilt of tho . Assassins. Courier-Journal. Detectives "Dee" Armstrong and Will Harding, who assisted in working up tho cases against tho alleged assassins of Gov. Goebel, have returned from Frank fort, and will remain here until they are subpoenaed to appear at the Capital to testify against the prisoners or to give testimony to the grand jury. Both of. fleers have done clever work, and they are well satisfied with tho cases they say they will bo ablo to make against tho men now under arrest. To a Courier-Journal reporter, Detec tive Armstrong said: "We have sufficient witnesses and evi dence to hang some people. The best part about tho whole business is that when the cases come to trial and all the witnesses are introduced tho different stages of the plot to kill Goobel will be made so plain that there will not bo a man, woman or cnuu in tno state wno will not believe that the men are guilty. The implication of every man will bo proven so thoroughly that no one can doubt his guilt." "Do you mean to say that it can be proven that all the men now under ar rest are guilty?'' "I did not snecifv." replied he. "I simply said that we would hang several men, and when the cases against them are made out by the prosecution no one will say that they should not hang. "The man who actually shot Goebel has not been arrested, but ho is known. I can say positively that he is not a negro. He is a white man and a Repub lican. Furthermore, two or more wit nesses will be introduced who will swear that they saw this man shoot Goebel. I believe the evidence againBt him will bo so overwhelming that ho will tell the whole story. "Now, as strange as it miy seem, in my opinion Youtsey is more guilty than either the man who concocted the plot to kill Goebel or the man who fired the fatal shot. Tho public may doubt this, but when all the facts are made known it will bo found that Youtsey's connec tion with the conspiracy puts him in tho foreground all the time." When asked if Wharton Golden's story was true, Detective Armstrong said: "I honestly believe that he told tho whole truth. He talked like a man who know ho had been in bad company, and wanted to wash his hands of the muss. And then his statemeutslare corroborat ed by others, and tho whole story dove tails in every particular." "Will there be any more arrests?" "As I said, tho murderer has not yet been taken into custody. Then, there may be several others arrested as con spirators, but tho grand jury will prob ably bring indictments against these if they aro not arrested before that time." " Were you one of those connected with the prosecution who claimed that 'Tallow Dick' Combs did the shooting ?" "I was not," replied Armstrong firmly, "I have never believed Combs was tho man that shot Goebel. If he did, the evidence now in the possession of the prosecution will never convict him." Thd Louisville oflicers met numerous obstacles in their work. It is said that many persons have gone so far in order to get credit themselves for securing in formation as to try to throw the Louis ville men off. ABERDEEN NEWS. School Closed Friday "A Warm Time" at the Election Monday Other Items of Interest. Will Line visited his sister at Dover this week. Miss Ella Campbell is recovering from her re cent Illness. Col. Gus Simmons Is repairing his dwelling on Second street this week. From present indications there will bo a "warm time" at the election hero Monday. Tho "Wide Awake" Donating Society held forth in their rooms at tho Masonic Hall lait night. Tho Mldghall Brothers will leave for Rome, Ohio, Tuesday to commence work on their larce painting contract. Thero will bo regular services at tho M. E. Church Sunday and Sabbath school at tho Bap tist Church at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon. Simon Murphy, an old colored man of West Third street, died Saturday, March 2tth, at tho county infirmary, to which place ho had been taken only tho day before. School closed Friday for several months. Trot. Johnson can well fed proud of his first terra ns Superintendent of tu Aberdeen public tchools. It is tho universal saying of all that ho Is the right man in the right place. i i Maggie, daughtor of Mr. ' and Mrs. Martin Guilfoyle, while jumping a rope Friday had the misfortuno to badly sprain one of hot- ankles. GOEBEL MONUMENT FUND. Committees Appointed in the Various Pre cincts of tho County to Hcceivo Donations. In keeping with tho other counties of tho State, an organization has been per fected in Mason County for tho purpose of adding our contribution to tho fund .being raised for the erection of a monu ment at Frankfort, Ky., by those who admired, respected and loved William Goebol, Governor of Kentucky, who was bo foully and cruelly assassinated while ably and bravely defending tho rights of tho people. Miss Jessio O. Yancey, Bernard, Ky., has been selected as Chairman of the Ladies' Committee and Mr. J. N. Kohoe, Maysville, Ky., as Chairman of tho Men'a Committee, and the following persons compose said committees for Mason CouLty and aro authorized to receive con tributions to the Goebel Monument Fund, to-wit: Maysvllle.--Mrs. Buckner Goodman, John C. Adamson Mrs. J. O. Plckerell, John C. Everett, Mrs. Theo. Power, F. Stanley Watson. Miss Allle Alexander, Henry L. Newell, Miss AHIo Wells, M. F. Marsh, Miss Ethel Hutchinson, C. Burgess Taylor. Murphysvllle. Miss Mary Buckley, Thomas Worthlugton. Lewisbutg Mrs. James E. Cahlll, P. T. Calvert. Plumville. Miss Maggie Bean, W. II. Outten. Plugtown. Mrs. John Perrinc, Richard Holton. Dover. Mrs. John Balnum. J. Elgin Anderson. Minerva. Mrs. Margaret Clift, W. H. Hawcs. Germantown. Miss Laura Lloyd, A. D. Mc Dougle. Fern Leaf Mrs. Thomas Worthlngton, J . J. Thompson. Sardis. Mrs. Ben Wood, Al. Luklns. Mayslick. Mrs. M. H. Davis, James R. Rober son. Heleua. Miss Evalyn Wells, Wra. Luttrell. Orangeburg. Miss Delia Goodwin, A. D. Dick, son. Dleterich's Mrs. R. H. Williams, X. S. Wood. Washington. Miss Gay Durrett, Wm. J. Bracken. Hilltop. Mrs. Joseph Cochran, C. F. Reed. Every person giving a donation will re ceive a handsome engraved certificate containing a good picture of Governor Goebel, date of his birth and death, fac simile of his signature, his last words, &c. It is earnestly hoped that the good people of Mason County will bo gener ous in this worthy undertaking. He gave his life for your good and it is but fitting and proper that wo should thus remember him. No matter bow small tho subscription, it will be thankfully received and duly acknowledged and add something to the beauty and grandeur of the monument, and as it is desired that it bo erected by the whole people it is desired that every one who laments his death will Tgive something. Please give your donations to one of tho above named persons as soon as you conveniently can, so that work can be commenced on the monument ?at once. Respectfully, Tnos. D. Slattery, Chairman Democratic Executive Com mittee, Mason County. Millinery Opening. Miss B. B. Redden will have her reg ular spring and summer millinery open ing April 5th. Postum cereal coffee and grape nuts, Calhoun's. Brushes! Brushes I Paint, whitewash &c, for all purposes. For sale by J. Jas. Wood & Son. Tub advantage of buying goods from Murphy, the jeweler: Ladies' or gentB' gold-filled watch, my price $5. Ladies' solid gold watch, my price $15, and I have them cheapor. Wo are lower in price than any other dealer. Yours, for low prices, Murphy, the jeweler. A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham, of Machias, Me., when the doctors said she could not live till morning," writes Mrs. 8. H. "Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night. "All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, saying it had more than once saved her lifo, and had cured her of Consumption. After three small doses she slept easily all night, and its further uso completely cured her." This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. Only 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drug store. g THE BEAUTY g OF BUYING GOODS AT B CLOONEY'S S Is the satisfaction of knowing that 15 SET everything is just as represented. Z3J E: LADIES' Gold-filled Watch, with S American movement....$8. 75 z Gents' Gold-filled Watches, Amer- ZZi Sn ican movement ..$7.75 zZZ 2 including chain and charm. Z2Z Z Solid GoIcT Ladies' Watch, Elgin 2 Z. movement, fine chain, $19.75 S 2EH Some cheaper. ZZS g By all means see our stock be- y fore purchasing. 3J jjt: Next door toFirst National bank. muuuuuiuuwuuuisilK Successful Opening! The ladies of our community are taking advantage of tho opportunity to view tho latest in Dress Goods and Trimmings at Hunt's. Tho prevailing materials aro Merceretta, Grenadine, Orepo-de-Chene, Voile and Foulard for gowns of ceremony. For Bervico dress tho double-faced suitings, homespuns, cheviots and Venotiana. Gray is a leading shade, though tan, blue and yiolet follow close. Black and Black-and-white of course never wane in popularity. For Separate Waists I f Taffatas in plain shades vio with tho fancies. Both are indescribably pretty and fascinating and are shown in endless variety. Beautiful Trimmings! In black spangled nets, cut out taffata, Renaissance and Battenburg laces, chiffon applique, silk fringes and galloon edgings are equally popular. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED! To attend our opening1 Friday and Saturday. Wo aro suro wo havo a dress goo Is display that will entertain and interest you. TELEPHONE 141. D. HUNT & SON. IMI-A-IETXIN" &z WANTED. WANTED Energetic rann to mauage braitch olllce lor established manufacturing house; salary 1'i per month and extra com missions; must furnish SS00 cash and satisfac tory references. GENERAL MANAGER, 300 Johnstou Hulldlnc. Cincinnati. Ohm. 31-d2t WANTED A position In some grocery store, to deliver goods and do other work. 30-3U1 CHARLES LYONS". "TT"ANlEU SJ,oOi, buoureu by ilrst mortgago HY on Maysville real estate. sallee&sal,- LEE, attorneys. 243td WANTED Woman to iin general Housework. Apply at 4S0 West Second street, city. FOB SALE. THOR SALE-A full set of carnenter's tools. JJ cheap- Aoply at this office. 3I-d2t.- FOK SALE am automiinu SuO Muger sewing machine. In use less than a mouth. Aj. ply at.thls office. 3d6t FOR RENT. FOR RENT STOREROOM In Zwelnan's Block. West Second stieet. Apply to JOHN u. zweiuakt. .li-nut T710K KENT RESIDENCE. &c Resldenco and JL Storeroom, corner Second and Poplar streets; will rent ns a whole or separately, JOHN G. ZWEIGART. Applv to liliUlit LOST. LOST March loth, between car barn and brick row on Second, or oil Court or Market, or Tnlrd between Market and Court, a diamond ftud. Liberal reward for return of same to this office. 12-dtf. Ray's rainbow mixed paint is puaran teed pure. At Postofllce Drug Store. Mrs. O. B. Stitt will display a hand Bomo line of Easter millinery Thursday and Friday, April 5th and 0th. A men has been prepared and will shortly bo introduced inJCongress provid ing for coining the half-cont, which has not been seen in market llfty years. The Btores think that there is a crying demand for tho new pioco of money among bar gain hunters. Fortsiioutii is to have a handsome $55,000 hotel. A. F, Withrow & Cq., of Charleston, wero awarded tho contract Jmck bills Ifl 4Neatly exe cutcd a-lJfeft 7 tho Bulletin office i pnV L You'll take your hat v . off to our Spring Jine of Clothing for Men and Boys when you see it Planting Time Is at hand and I want to call attention to my very largo stock of GARDEN SEEDS Of every varletv suited to our climate. WATERMELON and CANTELOPE SEEDS of all kinds in very large quantities. Im meuse stock of Seed Beans and Peas, all purchased last August, since which time many varieties have doubled in price and nil have largely advanced. ONION SETS, wh I to and yellow. Pure .Northern Seed potatoes of all tho desira ble varieties; also Seed Sweet Potatoes, tho purest and best. All the above goods I can furnish wholesalo or rq tail, In quan tities large or small, and at prices that can't be equaled by any other house in our city. Persons warning to buy any of the above named goods should seo my stock and get my prices before buying. I can save you moucy and at same timo give you the very best. RB.Lovel Tho Leading Grocer. SEE THE NEW Dinner AND TOILETWARE AT V' BROWN'S CHINA PALACE, No. 40 W. Second St., Maysville. A.N.ELLIS, A.M.,M.D, Formerly Clinical Assistant In the London Cen tral Throat and Ear Hospital ; Prof. Laryngology, Cincinnati Collego Medicine and Surgery '82-'DO, Specialist in Diseaseslof the Eye, Ear and Throat. Eyes tested and glasses ground to order. Ofllco ; 120 W, Third Btrcot. J : J&.