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ipi''-W''i'y'Wr;WwP.J'' IIMMJHml FWW'i'i!' VH0JpP9M Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosseb & McCarthy, Proprietor. 'THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1 1903 THE WEATHER RECORD. For the 24 hours enclitic: at 6:30 a. m.l Plate of weather Clear Highest temperature 87 Lowest temperature 19 Mean temperature 68 Wind direction... Southerly Preclpltatlou (Inchon) rain Previously reported for September 1.R7 Total for September 1.37 Taylor, Fmley, Powers, Youtfoy and Howard are not in positions to be of much service to the Republican (:aue in Kentucky. thie fall, occasioned by a fall brought on lv themlvps. It is auegested bv those who have met the gentlemen that it would not do for Colonel Belknap and Judge Bennett to meet here on the same day. It is thought the ice factory would have to go out of business in that event. SOLDIER SHOT. Kemp Ball, a member of the State Guards, Has Left Arm Shattered Above the Elbow in Affray Last Night. Kemp Ball, a member of the lecal company of State Guards, was shot and seriously wounded last night between 11 and 12 o'clock by Tilden Daniels at the latter's home near corner of Union and Front streets. Daniels' brother, Lewis, is a member of the company, and Ball and Wm. Yar nell had been detailed to bring Lewis to the armory at the court house, where the company spent the night in readiness to leave for the military camp at West Point, Ky. When Ball and Yarnell reached the Daniels home, Tilden Daniels told them his brother was not in the house. This didn't satisfy them, and when Tilden came out ho says they rushed at him with their bayonets. A scuflle ensued and Daniels says they beat him with their guns and took his pistol away from him. He then went back into the house and got another pistol. As he came to the door, he says Ball again ran at him with the bayonet ready and he fired, the ball shattering the left arm four inches below the shoulder. Daniels says he had no intention of killing any one but shot to put a stop to the assault ou himself and heme. He is an employe at the Keith-Schroeder bar ness factory and is an industrious young man. aged twenty-six. Ball's wound was dressed by Dr. Davis. Policemen Thompson and Pollitt later took Daniels to jail. It was an unfortu nate nfiair and it looks very much like the ' soldier" boys were in the wrong. THE PANTS FACTORY. Employment to be (liven to Ono Hundred (Jirls aud Women Beginning Next .Monday. Hill Bros, have decided to move their pants factcry to Mayeville, and have rented the upper slory of the White Building on Second street. They will be gin operations next Monday. Elsewhere the firm advertises for one hundred girls and women. The wages will amount to from 3 50 to $7 or 8 a week. The work is nice and nlenn. mid ..,., it is hoped the firm hands they want. will ii d all the Col Bald win's Stable. Lexington Democrat.) The Btable of W. W. Baldwin, the "Turnpike King," arrived Monday and will have the finishing touches put on them at the local track thiB week for their races during tho trots. The stable consists of five trotters, none of which have a mark, but all have done some fast work. Tho lot comprises Alexander Campbell, George M. Timberlake, Helen Gould and a green trotter which is unnamed. rf 1 ? a. :. OPENINGDAY. , WELCOME. D. HUNT & SON Y h ' JL?' "Topper" Coats, Overcoats and "Crnvenettes" made to order by the F. B. Q. Clothing Co. of New York which we have the agency of in Mays ville. We did a nice business last fall and spring with this made-to-or-der department. Come look over our clothes and names of people whose clothes we build. Prices for Suits $20 to $50. GEORGE H. FRANK & CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Mr. M. B. Clark Succeeds Mr. W. 0. Heiser as a .Member From Second Ward. Holiday Oct. 7th. The monthly meeting of the Board of Education was held last evening, Presi dent Sallee in the chair. On motion, the pupils and teachers were voted a holiday on Oct. 7th, the day of the Barnum & Bailey show. The resignation of James Taylor as a member of the Colored Advisory Board was accepted. Tho Supply Committee was authorized to have Eonie necessary blanks printed. The monthly reports of tho Secretary and Treasurer were presented and ordered spread on the records. Mr. W. G. Heiser, a member ftom the Second ward, having moved from the city, Dr. Samuel the other member was given authority to name his successor, and on motion of Dr. Samuel Mr. M. B. Clark was elected to fill the vacancy. The board then adjourned. PERSONAL. Mrs. Fred Power, of Covington, is the guest of Mrs. Martha Power. Mrs. Anna Means is home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. A. Slusser, of Cin cinnati. Col. W. W. Baldwin is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. E. McCann, of Lex ington. Mrs. Margaret Phister has gone to Chi cago to raako her home with her son, Mr. W. B. Phiater. Mrs. Kate Rubenaker and daughter, Miss Ida, of Charleston Bottom are visit ing relatives In Fleming County. Mrs. Burdette of Gormantown, has been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Winter of Court street. Mrs. Thomas L. Moses, of Kuox ville, is expected to-day, to Bpend Borne time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Lee. Cold Day Coming For Republicans. Georgetown Tlmes.l The thick corn shucks indicate n se vere winter j the goose bono says it will be an early and hard one. and it don't require a prophet of any kind to furnish in advance that Tuesday, November 3rd, will bo a very cold day for the Republi cans of Kentucky. t Miss Jessie Briles, who has been ill for a few days, shows no signs of improve ment. Company L of the State Guards left this morning on the L. and N. train for the military camp at WeBt Point. Some of the soldier boys "flew the coop" rather than go into camp of instruction. What would they do if they wore called out for active service? Miss Tillie Small, of Aberdeen, will as sist Mrs. M. Archdeacon during her mil inery opening, and will be pleased to have her friends call and inspect their fine stock. Mr. Walter A. Davis and Miss Lida Minton were married last evening at the home of the bride's parente, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Minton, of Forest avenue. Tho groom is a young farmer living near Lexington, while his bride is one of Maysvillo's estimable young ladies. The Union Savings Bank and Trust Company of Oincincinnati filed a mort gage at Columbus, O , Monday for $1,000 000, given by the Ohio River and Colum bus Railway Company. The mortgage is to secure five per cent, gold bonds due in thirty years. As previously stated tho road is to extend from Aberdeen through Brown, Highland, Fayette, Madison and Pickaway Counties to Franklin County, Ohio. About fifty friends of Secretary Brown, of tho Y. M. O. A., and his good wife surprised them Tuesday evening at their new home on West Second street, and gave them a good "pounding." The guests filled the larder to overflowing with good things and then all spent a delightful evening socially. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have won a warm place in the hearts of their many friends during their short stay in Mayeville. FOR SALE. JOK SALK A nice sweet-toued parlor onion, very cheap. Apply at once at East Knd M. E. parsonage Forest avenue. 2U-a3t FOUND. I710UND Wednesday a pair of men's shoes on P fipnnnd strcft. Fifth ward. Aurilv to PO LICEMAN GEO. rOLLITT. l-6t Notice to All Men Who Are Looking For the Best of it! Here's a lot of fine Patent Ideal and Patent Kid Corona Colt Shoes, made on extremely swell lasts, $4, $4.50 and $5 values, a sure enough snap SATURDAY at $3.50. You can't match them in town for more. $3.50 Home Again After Five Years in Europe! MAYS VILLE, Wednesday, October 7. GROUNDS ON EAST SECOND STREET. Afternoon OnlyNo Night Show! vAHERJCAS REALREPRESENIAirasnOK.. sTktWoRU)SlARGESTrGHANDEST.BESTAMUSEMErJTINSTITUTlON.l FSsl FlS10? CHARIOTS, I20o ?t If T- r.Oh. ...-i- STAoYfJ lUTf frj&'m (CW WOO WONDERS ?sri k$S OlI ;00 HS-"""aO.THE BEST AMUSEMENT IDEAS. k "-..? 'lS2i itDinr.rDnD-r rnuw 1.1fsnnYSniunr LLnNDON.ENQ. main business orricn-NEW YORK CITY. 1 8JntP(mTUjtciK.PAJtilEANet CONDUCTED ON SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES All the attractions in the world fit to exhihit. Grandest Triple Circus ever or ganized, with 100 acta by 300 champion performers in three rings, three stages, race track, aerial enclave and grand spectacular prelude and in addition thereto the unique and wondeifully varied vaudeville entertainment in the colossal double me nagerie tent, with scores of odd, curious and surprising artists. A Wondrous Amusement Institution! elegantly presented with overpowering processions and marvelous displays, form ing the most stupendous exhibition everdreamed of. Giving performances in 1,000 foreign cities. Its myriad wonderful attractions enjoyed during five years abroad by fully fifty millions of people, including royalty in the great European capitals and the farming and industrial people of all countries. Exhibiting more than adver tised and advertising less than exhibited. Tho pride and boast of America and the wonder of all Europe, coming here entire and undivided on eighty-six huge rail road cars in five trains, each one-half mile long, Presenting the World's Greatest Wonders beneath twelve acres of tents electrically lighted, the largest seating 15,000 persons and containing back seats and a foot rest for every seat. More new, sensational and exclusive features than all shows put together. lJSaZ(rSDASHINn FOIJFSTRlnN RFAIITIFSrerowW3rBmfMUIIWtl' llMmaaMSf WwllllHJ J.UULJ I fxlHli Pi.AU IIL.J. tMinarmicnrgamuncucAinnix yfjr CYCLO, the KINETIC DEMON defyinc gravitation's laws and tempting death by wheeling at right angles on a per pendicular plane. Nearly 100 thoroughbred horses performing in three rings at one time. National and patriotic exhibit of MINIATURE UNITED STATES WARSHIPS, constructed by and with tho sanction of tho general government. Built according to scale and icpresentinc all types of U. S. men of war. The Tribute of Balkis. stu pendous spectacular surprise with 400 elegantly coetumed ancient characters ; danc ing girls, warriors, idol men, choruses, ambassadors, slaves, priests, knights, ballet dancers and chariots, floats, we&rtons. tranmnpn. hnnnnm. nrmnr atn rt ThMo troups of acrobats on the stage at once. TWENTY-FIVEH AWNS In Twenty-five Concurrent Acts. '" V V V JL htJ' Two terrific Japanese slides for life at the same moment, five champion eques trians riding simultaneously in three rincs, prodigious aerial and ground displays, tumbling and leaping contests, combats, bouts and assaults. Extraordinary Collection of Living Human Curiosities! $3.50 SMITH'S, The New Shoe Store! 'VWwvvVVWVflVffVWfwVffffffffiffffffffff The Suckling Baby Elephant and Mother! "Spec" the smallest horso over discovered, three hords of elephants, droves of cam els, team of four trained zebras, two towering, graceful Transvaal giraffes, triple cir cus, double menageries, national museum, Olympic hippodrome, gymnasium, aorial enclave, court of games, sports arena, Momus' realm, racing track, acrobatic plazas, cycling circuit, aviary, spectacular amphitheatre and horse fair, in which are seen ONE THOUSAND MEN and WOMEN, HORSES, ELEPHANTS and ANIMAL PRODIGIES. Performances daily at 2 only. No night show. Doors open one hour earlier for a tour of tho menageries, museums, freaks and promenade concert. Admission to everything, with seat, 50 cents. .Children under ten years, 25 cents. Reserved folding seats, with admission, 75 cents. Reserved chair seats, $1. Private boxoB, with six chair seats, $9 to $12, according to location. Single box seats, $1.50 aud $2. All tickets are sold without extra charge. Bowaro of parties charging more than regular price. Private box and reserved chair tickets Bold at Ray's Postofilco Drug store. Others on grounds at hours of opening. All aeats have foot reeto. All tents are electrically ligbted. New Illustrated Street Parade with elegant novol allegorical chariota and floats, livincr tnVilonmr imWO aianVmnta and forty-horse toam driven by one man, etc., will take place at 0 a. m. ' M .