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Ui w HF 4 1 VV 4 ( i a t . i fe it ' J ' 7. 'v IT' lt, ' ' I? ' JI Kt J 4 1 ' M 4 i A -if-' :i f i s U . , ! h i 4 L' I !' ; 'S if i t , , ft i it r i i i V i hi . U : i- 'U ,. Evening bulletin: DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. kosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES OFDAILY. rne month 25 I Three months.... 75 Six months 1 60 1 One vent 93 00 SATURDAY. JUNE 15, 1901. - THE WEATHER 11EGORD.- IFor the 24 hours eudlug at 6:30 a. m. State of weather Cloudy Highest temperature 7J Lowest temperature 07 Mean temperature 7;i Wind direction South Rainfall (In Inches) 06 I rreviously reported this month 3 ft) Total for mouth to date 3.75 June 15th, 10 a. va. Generally air to-night. Sun dmi, inenwimj clondlnut u ith thou ers in mt portion. IMtr temperature. WILL BE PROMOTED. n List of Pupils In District No. Hand 2 Who Passed the Required Examination and Go to Higher Grade. The Dallas News points out that the Supreme Court of the United States has reversed itself in these cases: 1. It has decided (Darmouth College case) that a State charter is a contract which the State may not break, and later that a State may break it. 2. It has decided that Congress has exclusive authority to regulate com merce on all navigable waterBt and later that it has not. Later yet, it has re versed that reversal and reaffirmed its first decision. 3. It has decided that stock certifi cates mav not be issued under a State law, and later that they may. 4. It has decided that any State may firohibit the importation of alcoholic iquors, and later that no State may do so. o. It has decided that Congress has no power to make paper money legal ten der for debts incurred before its issue, and later that it has unlimited power to make paper legal tender in peace or war. 6. It has twice decided that an income tax is constitutional, and once the last time that it is not. AFTER THE TAX DODGERS. CmcAcio, June 13. Action by the grand jury against tax-dodgers and those who have perjured themselves in the schedules of personal property filed is now being planned by the County Board of Assessors. So willful has been the dishonesty dis played in hundreds of schedules that the members of the board have agreed that some steps must be taken at once to pun ish the perjurers. This applies espec ially to some of the richest and so-called prominent citizens of Chicago, who sched ule only a small amount of personal property from their Chicago home, plead ing that their r sVenco was in some lake resort, where they spent their summers. In this way the millionaires of Chicago have helped to decrease the personalty valuations, while the city and county governments are on the verge of bank ruptcy owing to a lack of revenue caused by this very decrease in valuations. There are some people who would allow the tax dodgers and perjurers to pursue the even tenor of their way. In the opinion of this class, n'd a great out rage to molest the tax-shirkers. Chi cago authorities are doing just what should be done elsewhere. George Wood Owens, Roy Oliver Porter, Edith May Eastou, Sophia I. Scbatzman, In District No 1. the following pupils having passed the examination will be promoted: PRINCIPAL'S ROOk. From Grade 6 to Grade 7. John Dudley Keith, Lucie Marshall Waller, Hilda Threlkeld, Adelia Belle Halnllnc, Charles Edward Allen. From Grade 5 to Grade 6 Douglas Power Newell, Lucy R. Baldwin, i Mayme Lee Bland, James P. Threlkeld, SHnaOrtBendel, Pickett U. nelmer, Edith May Pierce. FIRST ASSISTANT'S ROOM. From Grade 4 to Giadc 5. Eva K. Allen, Clarence Scott, Charles R. Olbson, Russell Greenlee, J. Wilson Porter, Stanley Lowery, Charles McClanahau, Collier Payne, Ora B. Utley, S. Otto Starrett, Beujatnlu Klncart, William Dooley. From Grade 3 to Grade 4. Minnie Snedlcor, nenry N. Helmer, Leslie Huffman, Hunter Cooper, Louis Gels, Walter Payne, Katie Bode, Florence E. Stoker. SECOND ASSISTANT'S ROOM. From Grade 2 lo Grade 3. Ada Wise, Lucy Browning, Edith Dluger, Minnie Powell, Lloyd Senteuy, Sudle McClelland, Lulu Dersch, William Blerley, Carrie Lehmnn, Hazel Hughes, Eugene Tolle, James Pecor, Thomas Keith. The following pupils in District No. 2 were promoted at the June examination: First to Second Grade. Claudlne Nash, Delmore Payne, Samuel Gautley, James Greely, Walter Hayes, John Feltus, Harry Smith, John Nelson Trapp, Clarence Mingua, Boyd Aikman. Second to Third Grade. Anna Breeze, Adelia Bullett, Ada Crawford, Mary Feltus, Bessie Greely, Eleanor Hunter, Gussle Hasson, Stella Lytle, Edna Martin, May Sowers, Leon Ball, Paul Bullett. Russell Dunbar, Fred Mulrouey, Harry Otto, Norman Petry, Ernest Shepard, John Cox Wheeler, Russell Wright, Pearl McMahan. Born, yesterdaylifterri'oon, to tlie wife1 of Mr. M. F. Cougblin, a son. The L. and N. pay train was here for a short time last evening on its monthly trip. Pupils of the Vanceburg, Manchester, Ripley and Augusta schqola will enjoy an excursion to the Cincinnati Zoo June 20th. 1 1 There will be preaching at Mitchell Chapel to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. Edward Allen. The public invited. i Miss Ann Trigg Hargis, daughter ot Judge Thomas F. Hargis, will be married Thursday, June 27, to Mr. Addison S. Rodgers, of Springfield. O. Positively the best cut yellow poplar shingles on earth. Samples at R. A. Carr'a and Limestone Mill, Maysville. AddresB, D. G. Wilson, Orangeburg, Ky i Messrs. N. S. and D. K. Woodt for merlyof this city are members of the Elizabeth Realty Company of St. Louis. The capital stock is $25,000 and each holds $5,000 worth of the stock. Rev. T. S. Buckingham will preach at the union services at the M. E. Church, South, at Washington Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Subject, "The Morality of the Religious." Everybody cordially invited. The Y. M. C. A. will hold an out-door service to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the foot of Market street. Howard T. Cree will deliver a short address. All men invited. There may be special mu sic for the occasion. If the weather should be too inclement, the service will be held at the rooms. Third to Fourth Grade. Rosa Aikman, Andrew Carr, Halt e Boyer, Marybello Cady, Mattie Crawford, RubyGrlfllth, Natallta Insko, Anna M. Wedding, Ones Walsh. Fourth to Fifth Grade, John Greely, Forme u Gels, Otto Insko, Louis Moran, James Sallee, Eugene Sullivan, Eddie Breeze, Charles Carnaban, El wood Davidson, Harry Greely, James Gunn, Joe Martin, Grand Excursion, Cliffside Park and Ash land. From Cincinnati to Portsmouth, Green up, Ironton and Ashland to Cliflside Park and Huntington, W. Va., Sunday, June 23, 1901. Special trains plenty of room Special coaches for ladies and escorts. This will be a delightful trip and one that will afford pleasure combined with 330 miles of the grandest Ohio river scen ery. A trip never to be forgotten. Spec ial trains leave Fourth Btreet depot, Cin cinnati, 7:45 a. m., passing Maysville, Ky., at 10:05 a. m. Returning special train leaves Huntington 4:30 p. m., Cliff syde Park 4:50 p. m., Ashland 5 p. m. Don't fail to go you will never regret it. Fast run in both directions. See bills or call on agent for low rates. Y. 31. (J. A. Kiwis (Mirers. At the meeting cf the Board of Direc tors of-the Y. M. O. A. last evening, offi cers were elected as follows: President R. A. Cochran. Vice President W. T. Berry. Secretary of Board Hayes Thomas. Treasurer James B. Wood. ' As previously announced, arrange ments have been made with Rev. F. W. Harrop to act as General Secretary of the association until September. The arguments in the are being made to-day. Wall will case Seven Years in lied. "Will umrwlnra nvnl OQoa9" inquire the friends of Mrs. S. Pease, of Law rence, Kan. They knew she had been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of kidnoy and liver trouble, nervous prostration and general debility ; but, "Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three months I felt like a new per son." Women suffering from headache, backache, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy Bpells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Only 50c. at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drugstore. Lena Dunbar, May Kelly, Mary Payne, Katie Porter, Anna Smith, Nannie Thompson, Edna Wallace. From Fit't to Sixth Grade. Karl Ball, Rolla Hall, Russell Hopper, Robt. Nash, Nellie Gray, Margaret Hunter, Alberta Wedding, Nannie Wright. Fiom Sixth to Sacnth Grade. Thaddeus Campbell, Rudy Payne, Mamie Greely, Ida Keith, Edith Meaus, Katie Oldham. Wm. Luity, Nelsou Smith, Kathleen Helllu, Amy King, Helen New ell, YES OK NO? Maysville People Are Respectfully Asked to Answer Theso Questions. Is there anything in tho evidence of one's senBes?' Is there anything in the testimony of one's friends? Can reliance be placed upon state ments from people we know? Are the opinions of local citizens of any greater moment than those of strangers ? Would you sooner believe people living in some far-away place than citizens of your own city? We think not, for home proof can easily be investigated. Mrs. R. Wallingford of 220 January street, says : "Doan's Kidney Pills which I got at J. Jas. Wood's drug store, corner of West Second and Market streets, proved of such great benefit to Mr. Wallingford that he did not consider it necessary to take more than one box to cure him of backache which had annoyed him for some length of time. His father also used Doan's Ointment and is enthusiastic in its praise." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. Elder G. H. C. Stoney won the highest honors at the commencement of the College of Arts, Kentucky University, Lexington, Thursday. Elder Stoney is minister of tho Christian Church tt Germantown and Minerva and formerly had charge of the church at Moransburg. He is a native of Dublin, Ireland. Vanceburg Sun : "Rev. W. T. Speare, D. D., delivered the baccalaureate ser mon to the graduating class of the River side Seminary at the Presbyterian Church Sunday evening. A large crowd was present. The sermon was one of the finest ever delivered in our city and con tained much encouragment and advice to the graduates." W. O. Deming, editor of the Warren, O., Tribune, has purchased an interest in the Cheyenne Daily Tribune, the leading paper of Wyoming. Mr. Deming will be editor and manager. He will divide his time between the Warren and Cheyenne papers. In his absence from Ohio, O. B. Rigg and Thos. H. Deming will have charge of the business and editorial de partments of the Warren Tribune. These young men all formerly lived at Mt. Olivet. . Twentieth century meeting will cora mence,Saturday, June 15th, at the Mays ville fair ground and will close Sunday, June 16th. The L. and N. will run a special train from Paris to this meeting. Sunday night there will be a special ser mon preached. Subject, "The Falling of the Walla of Jericho." There will be forty women robed in white march around the walls before they fall. We extend a cordial invitation to both white and colored to attend. O. A. Nelson. To E. Ice cream soda at Chenoweth's. Excursion to Manchester Sunday, On the Bteamer New South. Round trip 25 cents. Boat leaves Maysville at 4:30 p. in. sharp. Refreshments at pop ular prices. Boat goes, rain or shine. 'AVAl Bakino mWi V mfm4 Powder t ABSQVUmX PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVAl DAKINO POWDER CO., NEWVOfiK. J the Members and Friends of M. Church, South, Second Street, Maysville. Arrangements have been made with one of the most talented young ladies of the city for a vocal solo, and a similar en gagement with an accomplished violinist for a violin solo, at Sunday school, Sun day morning, June 10th, at 9:15 o'clock. The members of the Sunday school and church, both old and young, also tho friends of the congregation, are most cordially invited to be present on that occasion. Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., May 1st to October 31st Round Trip Rates $8.S0, $13.25, ' $10.35, $18.25. $S,S0 ticket on sale each Tuesday, with final limit of Thursday following date of sale leaving Buffalo. $13.25 ticket on sale daily, with Ifinai limit of ten days including date of Bale. 16,35 ticket on sale daily, with final limit of fifteen days including date of Bale. $18.25 ticket on sale daily, with final limit October 31st, 1901. Tickets via the Big Four will be hon ored one way, going or returning, via steamer between Cleveland and Buffalo. - . Saves Two From Death. "Our little daughter had an almost fa tal attack of whooping cough and bron chitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havilain, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed, wo saved her life with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece, who had consumption in an advanced stage also used, this wonderful medicine and to-day she is perfectly well." Des- Berato throat and lung diseases yield to r. King's New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth. Infallible for coughs and colds. 50c. and $1 bottles guaranteed by J. Jas. Wood & Son. Trial bottles free. Our Troubles Began.... With Adam's loss of one rib. Why defy fate and risk tho loes of seven ribs and a silk cover bv lending your best umbrela? Buy a "lender." We have good Engliah Twill Umbrellas with natural wood handles at 50c. and 75c. We have excellent steel and Eng lish twill Umbrellas at $1 and we sell Gloria Silk Umbrellas tas seled and covered for$1.25. We carry ah unusua ly large and varied line of Umbrellas for men, women and children and we d be pleased to have the people of Maysville Carry a few dozen for us 50c. to $5 a carry. NEWS OF NEW PARASOLS. The daintiest most alluring conceits you ever saw. Gowns and bats this season demand light, airy, graceful Parasols.Our de signs are in perfect harmony with this idea. Prices toe. to $5. Handsome black Parasols cut in latest shape, new French frame, ebony handles, $2J. D. HUNT & SON. For a Refreshing Drink, TRAXEL'S Ice Cream Soda and Phosphates Are still LEADERS,. ANNOUNCEMENT. "city officers? FOR MAYOR. We are authorized to announce W. E. STALL CUP as a candidate for re-election as Mayor of tho city of Maysville, at the November election, 1901. FOR POLICE JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JOHN L. WHITAKER as a candidate for Police Judge of the city of Maysville. We are authorized to announce W. HENRY WAD9WORTH as a candidate for Judge of the Police Court of the city of Maysville at the No vember election, 1901, subject to the action of the voters of the city. We are authorized to announce JOHN L. CHAM BERLAIN as a candidate for Judge of the Police Court at the November election. 1901. We are authorized to announce H. C. CL'KKAN as a candidate for Police Judge of tho city of Maysville at tho November election. 1901. We are authorized lo annouuee JOHN D. ROE as a candidate for Police Judge at the approach ing November election, 1901. FOR CITY TREASURER. We are authorized to announce JAMES W. FITZGERALD as a candidate for re-election as City Treasurer, at the November election, 1901. FOR CHIEF OF POUCE. To thevoten of the cltu of 3IauvlUt. A"w At tho solicitation of many friends 1 beg to announce myself as a caudidate for the oince of Chief of Police of the city at the electlou to, be held In November, 1901. Your support Is respectfully solicited. K. p. D. Thompson. We are authorized to mnimci M. .1. iidmi. VAN as a candidate for re-election as Chief of police at November election. 1901. We are authorized to announce HENRY OUT as a caudldatefor Chief of Police at the Novem- uer election, liwi. CITY CLERK. We are authorized to announre 3. T.. dattt.. TON as a candidate for re-election to the oillce of City Clerk at the November election, 1901. We are authorized to nnnnuimn .innv t O'DONNELL as a candidate for City Clerk at the November election, 1901. CITY ASSESSOR. (the carpenter) as a caudidate for City Assessor u 3 tunumuci l-icuuuu, iyyi. Clocks! Fine Marbelued Clocks, equal in beauty of finish and time-keeping qualities to any $12. Our price for this week only, Positively the lowest price ever put on this Clock, To look is to buy at CLOONEYS U'l) am Ollthnfl-jflH tn AnmnnA 11 Tl t ir DAUGHERTY as a caudidate for City Assessor at iuu auvciuuer I'iccuuii, mui. Wd Hril flt1thnH?nrl tn aimniinnn r t 1.-. CtTtMl. ART as a candidate for re-election to the office of mh iH;lr. m me movemner election 1901. Wp nri nilthnrl9wt ti ahnnntiAn I i , lv r FINERT as a candidate for City Assessor at the November election, 1901. FOR SALE. T710R SALE-Brick, cheap, at N. Cooper's coal cViaShFF1.1 t0 GK- M- CLINGSr,tr iilUK HALib diDger scwlug machine; good as XI new; cheap. No use for it. Immediate purchaser will get bargain. Call at 3$y, East Third street. T7I0R SALE A very deairablo residence of six X? rooms, rcas and water. Apply to MRS. M. F. GILMORE, 307 Limestone street. . 2-dtf FOR RENT. FOR RENT A large, handsome first floor front room with gas aud very large win dows. Su able for a store, dress-makingT office, or other light employment. Rent reasonable l) t .UUl.ljC.lia U1ULU. LOST. LTrM? nlht y, th opera house, a lady's .white lace handkerchief. Please return it lie nfttnk rt CImI VniUnnl t ,-. ... - to this office or First National Bank. lUWillU, ' Suitable PUBLIC SALE! SlI ffiS Sffi FI&ardU, on PrmlSCS' Saturday, June 22, 1901, at 2:30 p. m., tho two story framo residence, con taining four rooms and a residence couta uiiut lour rooms on tho rear of the abovo lot Tim Chas. Taylor, auctioneer RICK & Sec Our Market Street Window for Shirt Bargains We closed out all the manufac turer had on some lots and have $1 and $J.25 Shirts for 74c. J. WESLEY LEE. PUBLIC SALE! On Monday, June 17, sUry'Cl0Ck' I will offer at public sale my three- BRICK ' WAREHOUSE, i.nVwih!lnriD,crJh,r(ln.nd Sutton streets. The MThirB VL1?1 ave a (ro"tae of sixty-one feet ou Third street. Terms made known on day of sale' O. H. P. THOMAS. VlllIlMUIIIlfl Standard remedy lor Gleet, uuiiurniicd ana nunmnog Itiirwj' IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid- IWVlDY ney and Bladder Troubles. ooBeforc Buying'tjtot Wall Paper Learn prices at W. H. RYDER'S, J15 West Sec ond street, opposite opera house. H. Landman, ML D. Of JJJ4 Madison Ave., COVINGTON, KY., iFotreTCJfrftvni.nnC,nJatI)' wm b0 0 Central 190 1 ret,iiyill0Ky-'ou Friday. JULY 6tb, month B Very flm T1u(iay la each James N.Kehoe, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: Court St., ........East Side. .fb-?JA tj.-mtte&tti'Mtiii HtfjfL .mi.