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fr-cV- W5?r vi"--rrw jj?&ipwriiiippigii!iii ,i EAMMLk xSrwWBj it 3 r . v lt V. V. X- It i. ), ?ii w Y.v BV IA fit n il 1 A Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. .josser & McCarthy, Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OF DAILY. 'it- month 25 I Three mouths lb x months 1 50 1 One tear J3 CO WEDNESDAY. SEPrEUBER 5. WOO DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOI! rilKDtllKNT. WILLI VM JKS'NINUs MtY.VN of Nebraka. MISVN-EI'KtI()t-XT. .aDLAI E mTKVE.N ON. of Illinois. Fill! J iVHUiilt. J. V. llh KHAM. fon (tiNfii!fs J. V KE l')i: f M,i..iii Ciunty. BTFiiirniHl w.irm t to day; BSTTliiirHdiiy partly EsTcloudy,, Igjj-witli probably Hhowers fsafor ilinndcrhtorm.s f&yMnd cooler feayin "ti:rii portions. The Belgian hare cnif that struck California so strong a yiar or two ago is now traveling East. A Los Angeles rab itry firm now has a branch office at Indianapolis. At Danville, Ky., John ston Allen has started a Belgian hare farm and can't Btipply the demand for hares for breeding purposes. There's money in it for some hustling residents of Mavsville and Mason Countv. HOOSKVELT'S BKAVE DEED. Shot an Unarmed and Fleeing Spaniard in the Back. ICulcago American.) Roosevelt had gone to war. After heroic performances told over his own signature in numerous magazines he in forms us that he took San Juan hill. At one stage of his glorious progress fleeing before him a miserable Spaniard. The man's back was turned, of course. He was running away. He had never hurt Roosevelt. He was in the army because compelled to be there. The real conflict was over. But, as he ran, his back offered a most inviting shot. Roosevelt, you must re member, had never killed a man. He had once killed a bear in a trap, according to western stories. He had killed rabbits and robins. He had in directly killed old Martha Place. But he had not actually had the satisfaction of pressing the button. Here was a chance really to enjoy the sensation of killing a fellow creature. It was not a foolhardy undertaking, for the man's back was turned. He could not euddenly face round and do liana, for he had dropped his weapons in his flight. If ever Roosevelt was to enjoy the sensa tion of taking human life, here was his chance to enjoy the sensation safely. He says in the shameful story which he himself has signed and left for his child red to rend : 'I shot him dead with my revolver." . liourlmn College for Young Ladies. This college opens Sept. 5th in Paris, Ky. Prof. M. G. Thomson, the Presi dent, has remodeled the convent prop erty, and it is one of the best equipped institutions of learning in the State. The building is located 500 feet from the street with a broad lawn, driveway and walks. It is a beautiful sight as you enter the grounds, dotted here and there with large forest trees. The building contains thirty rooms for boarders, parlors, school room, chapel, bath rooms and every convenience that could be desired. For a college building the rooms are the handsomest furnished we have spen, and there is an electric light in each room. Prof. Thomson has spared neither money or pains to make this the moat attractive college in the State, and cer tainly has succeeded in doing so. Redound school books at J. T. Kackley & Co.'s, at cut prices. Little Rock, Sept. 4. Unofficial re turns from the state election have been received from but few counties. Party leaders estimate the total vote of the state at 110,000. The Demo crats are claiming 5,000 majority, While the Republicans are giving out no figures. The Democratic state ( ticket had no opposition except for governor, which accounts for the in difference. The next legislature will foe composed entirely of Democrats. Sixteen of the senators elected will 'have a vote in the legislature which will elect a successor to J. K. Jones two years hence. 11 rave Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well aa women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poihons in th blood, backache, nervousness, head ni'Ut mm I tired, listless, run-down feeling. Km ii le is no need to feel like that, l.imm 'o J. W. Gardner, Idnvillo, Ind. He i--.: "Electric Bitters aro just the 'him: 1 r a man when he is nil run down, and du. I'tcaro whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and food upiiotito than anything I could take, can nnw eat anythingjind have a new lenpp on life-." Only 60"centa at J. J. Woofi A Son'a drug store. Every bottle guarantuea, KENTUCKY CROPS. Corn and Tobacco Somowliat Damaged in Cor tain Sections Weekly Bulle tin of the Weutherlinrcau. The temperature averaged consider ably above the normal during the week. L teal showers were of frequent occur rence, but. so irregularly distributed that some localities are still suffering severely fiom drouth; this is especially true of some portions of the western section. In the central and eastern sections con ditions are more favorable, showers hav ing visited nearly all portions. Corn has matured quite rapidly and early fields are ready to cut. In many paits of tlit central and eastern sections the yield will be very heavy, but the late corn has been cut short in the west ern section bv drouth. Tobacco cutting has progress d well during the week and probably half of the crop is cut and housed. In the "dark tobacco" districts of the western portion of the State, the crop will be very unsatisfactory. The excessive rains in June and the drouth of July and Au gust havp injured the crop severely in many localities. In the central and east ern sections tobacco is making a very good showing and will probably be fully up to the average. Hemp cutting is in progress and a very fair croD is reported. Sorghum is in good condition and about ready for grinding. Plowing for wheat is fairly well along. THE CITY SCHOOLS. Fall Term Began Tuesday Figures Show' ing the Enrollment in the Various Districts. The fall term of the public echools of the city begin Tuesday. Reports to the Bulletin show the following enroll ment: DISTRICT NO. 1. K. Reganstlne's room 25 Miss Golllng's room 'JO Miss Cartmell's room 12 Total s7 MSTMCTisO. . Hayes Thomas' room 31 Miss W'llsou's room 31 Miss Wood's room 39 Total 101 IJISTIIICT no. 3. Mr. Berrj's room 39 Miss Campbell's room 4 MIjs Wallace's room -19 MissTurrou's room 49 Total i:u DISTINCT no. 1. . Mr. Swift's room 21 Miss Graut's room 2(J Miss Martin's room 27 Total 77 HIGH SCHOOL. Mr. Hutchin's room 23 Miss Fannie Gordou's.room :W Total 'j Intermediate Dejartmcut. Mr. Kay's room 32 Miss Metcalf's room Si Total CG coLor.KD school. Males SS Females 39 Total "77 Grand total C1G The grand total enrollment at the opening a year ago was 710, and two years ago 092. MASQN COUNTY NE0R0 Said to Have Figured in a Free-for-all Shooting Scrape at a Uourlion Camp Meeting. Bourbon News A colored camp meeting at Centerville was broken up Sunday by a fight in which three men were shot. There are several stories 'told of the affair, and the most persistent inquiry has failed to bring out the names of the leading shooters or the names of the persons wounded, so cleverly have the eye-witnesses shielded the parties con cerned. The moBt reliable story is that a Mason County negro, a tobacco worker, quar reled with a boy and shot him. Several friends of the boy drew their, pistols and opened fire on the Mason man as he es- caped in a buggy: About twenty shots were fired. One man was shot through the face with a bullet and may die from the wound. Another was shot in the hip and a boy caught a bullet in the leg. It is believed that the wounded men were from Georgetown. There wero no arrests made and there was no camp meeting held at night. Tin: parties sinking a well on Dr. Ellis' farm struck oil at a depth of 700 feet. They entered the Trenton rock al 445 feet and struck gas at 000 feet. It is thought the oil will bo found in paying quantities. 1 1 The Appetite of a Goat Ts envied by all poor dyspeptics whose stomach and liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. King's New j-.no I'lils, the wonuenul stomach and liver remedy, gives a eplendid appetite, sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. Only 25c. at J. J. Wood & Sou's drug store. r iCLOTHINGa The Contemplation of Style, The stvle that In In our Clothing Is a pleasure. It Is absolutely correct. Each garment is dressy, well made and perfectly finished. Men of every size can be fitted. Pocket books of hny hlze cau be suited. The material used Is in the very latest color ing and patterns and many of the designs are exclusive. Don't think the goods aro not tip top because the prices are very low. TRY BOULDEN & PARKER'S FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. i 3ce FIrst a""nRl Bank. Only first-class re- lift IMP nnmttnnlotz rnnrncnutn.1 ( 11 !.,,,,. ... ly settled. We respectfully solicit your patron- L. H. Landman, M. D., Of 547 West Ninth Street, CINCINNATI, Will bo at the- Central Hotel. Mavsviila. Kv.. i nursaay, SEITEUBEK 5th, lyoo, returning every first Thursday in each month. J AS. A. WALLACE, FIRST CT,S3 E.ESTATJE,A1TT. For Ladles and Gentlemen. Meals Fcrved in best styles at all hours at reasonable prices. Meals served for early trains for ladles aud gen tlemen. Oyster season now open, fcerved In all styles, day or night. Cor. Jlnrket and Front. PERSONAL. Miss Ida Keith is visiting at Coving ton. Mrs. John Y. Dean is home after a visit in Ohio. f m Mrs. Milton Johnson is visiting rela tives in Kansas. Mr. Charles Austin, of Cincinnati, is here visiting relatives. Mr. Milton Johnson has gone to INew York on business. Miss Carrie Fry is home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Dr. G. M. Williams, the ftanriar ?o home after a visit at Chicago and Mo line, III. Mrs. Mattie Argo has returned home after visitine her timiln. Mr. .Tnoo.ih Thompson. Miss Josio Corbett and Miss Bettie uelsh, tf Washington, have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryan, of Millers burg. Dr. O. T. Pearce. of Cincinnati, has returned from New York, where he spent the past several weeks most delightfully with former medical associates who were with hiiu in the famous Bellevue Hospi tal, of that city. While Mr. A. J. Stiles of Shannon, was eating supper at the Thaxton home at Millersburg last Friday evening he choked on a chicken bone. The prompt assistance of Dr. C. B. Smith saved his life. Rev. II. E. Armacost has been re turned as pastor of the Aberdeen M. E. Church for another year. Rev. O. W. Horn, formerly of Aberdeen, remains at Georgetown, and Rev. Mr. Geissinger, at Ripley. Mr. C. Portkr Skinner, of this city, who has been attending the Cincinnati School of Phonography, now has a posi tion as stenographer in the office of the Big Four Fast Freight Lines, Fourth and Vine, Cincinnati. Chicago, Sept. 4. Ersldno M. Pihelps, millionaire merchant, and for tninv vnrtrfl nrvm(ti nt In nAtHMtmili polItlcal dre serlousl , w tome in this city. Ho was formally presId'-M of the Iroquois club. Shk what the old Phcenix Mutual Life of Hartford can do: On each Sl.OOOof insur ance they guarantee to pay at age of 50, 00 or 70, $1,500 in cash, or a paid up pol icy at ago of 50 for $2,500, at age 00 2,200, and at ago 70 $1,800. Or $750 in cash on each $1,000 and one half of the amount guaiauteed above in paid up insurance; with other options nt maturity. Divi dends yearly. For other information and illustrations seo F. Stanley Watson, Gen. AgCN. E. Kentucky. Red Hot From tho (Jun Was the ball that hit G. 13. Steadman, oi Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It causeu norrwie ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Thon Bucklon's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. 25 cents a box. Cure euaranteed. RnM h,- J. J, Wood & Son, druggists. Golf Cloths.. The woman who carries the damp heavy train of a long gown on a rainy day surely envies her wise light-footed sister in a short skirt. But women who wear short ekirta on rainv dajs want to continue the comfort when it la dry and they do. Thousands this year millions next year. Wo have found a splendid lino of Golf Cloths for making short skirts a beautiful quality with the outside faco in the popular shades of dark and light erav, dark blue, brown and tan, with a dozon at tractive designs of plaid backs. $1.50 aud $2 a yard. Muslin Underwear. Interest points two ways among these pretty garments to-day. It is an offering to attract good taste while it tempts the thrift'. Nightgowns. 50 Cents. Four Btvles. Neck and sleeves trimmed with ruille, front finished with embroidery. 75 Cents. Fine muslin. Yoke of tucks and insertions, milled finish with pretty buttons aud generous hem. $1.00. Looks like a SI 50 quality. Pretty enough for morning wear in one's room. Several different styles. D. HUNT & SON. Removal Sale at Clooney's. For the next thirty days an op portunity to purchase at an ex tremely low figure anything in this elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Solid Sil ver and J 847 Rogers Plated ware. This is no fake, but an actual reduction. It will pay you to investigate. BOSS Steel Ranges! Attractive, durable and perfectly constructed. Beautiful fnish, ele gant design and perfect in operation. LEONARD &L ALLEY MAYSVTLLE, KY. WANTED. WANTED-Tbe publlctkllobluTnvTa a full lino of school books. Gives mo a call. 1 will bo thankful for tout patronage. a--3 '- -"- AXN.v'm. FRaZAR. TirAN'l KD Woman to do boiisewurk. Apply V to MRS SAM M. HALL. Ho Forest avenue. FOR RENT. T7I0R RENT Two dwelliugs. four aud six IJ rooms each. All mniiprn imnmwmo-,o Limestone and Fifth. Apply to ERME white! FOR SALE. Ijiok mall About 120 locust pons, seven feet JL3 long. Apply to JOHN r. WHITAKER 3-lid If OK 8ALB, UK Ki:Nr-M resiuentu on x.- sccuiiu street, tantalus seven rooms and has all modern improvements. For further In formation atmlv tn mi .iampj iiiecnv 00 Third St.. head of Wall. i.'.i " FOR SALE Southdown Ducks and mountain ewes. Apply to J B. PErER9. Uernard. Ky. "TTIOR SALE Farm of 150 acres on M. and .- ine, six nines irom 1'aris, Ky. Improved Addrtss I. R. REST, agent, Mdlcrsburc, Kv! , SAY! WHAT? WHITE, JUDD & CO. SELLING OUT! I CAN'T BELIEVE IT. It's true all the same. G. S. Judd sold out to Mr. White and went West T F Martin then sold out to Mr. White and now Mr. White se , I cZJm weU enough to conduct the business, so he has decided to close ortwSS elegant stock of Furniture at cost. No JO per cent, cut plan but at COST? J? YOU NEED ANYTHING IN THE FURNITURE LINE ix w w 10 1 nn 1 iivin i u SECURE IT CHEAP. And if you don't need it just now it will pay you to buy at the cut price, for future use. Come and look through our stock and be convinced. -C. H. WHITE & CO. YES. I DO I ! T V facto.ryor the Furaiturc that J soU y on 1A-JKJ, 1 UKJl ,edit. I promised to pay for the goods I boughtand so r ,L L t did you. The fellows are after me, and I must pet after you. I can't see to hunt you uP so please call and settle. CHARLES ft TOTE. Petticoats. 75 Cents. Carefully cut with close fitting hips, deep ruflle neatly trimmed with lace or Hamburg. $1.00. Fine quality, will take and . hold starch perfectly. Odd' conceits in trimming, each prettier than the other. $1,125. Something more, much more, than the usual SI 25 petticoat. Dainty enough to wear under the sheerest lawn dress. CHINA tA.2 U GLASS WARE1 It will pay you to examine quality and price at IBROWN'Sl CIIINAPALACE,40 West Second Street, Mavsville. We Promise To give as good value for the money spent with us as any merchant in Mason Coui'y. Not how cheap but how good. GOODCOFFEt ... Every user of Coffee admires a rich cup of Coffee. If you use "White Star" Coitt. ou can depend on the quality. It leads the procession in the city. "We we sole agents. W.T.CUMMINS Corner Third and Limestone. Or.AnnaB.Hewins, THE LADY DENTIST. Has located permanently In Maysvillo where sho has opened a dental parlor. All kinds of high class painless dentistry done in the most artistic aud scientific manner. l'RIUES RIGHT. Gold crowns and bridge work S5 to Sio. Best and up. sa-Offlceupstaira.nextdoorto Bulletin. For Sale at Cost. I will sell ns a whole at cost the house now oc- coutents?' m U tt0U Slreet' t0Kether wU Ha ,?.' iwini ecX tbu,st9ck o Furniture therein at ?0iSla.Dd arrlaee, in lots to suit purchasers, as I wish to change my business. R. H. FOLtJTT.