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jjSfTC ' "'i?fW",;"SW' "' The "Muley" Bird J IGAME IS PLENTIFUL j JT TJT,''it' i' ill,,f(Wl',l(!l(ff3(WBIITW'l BbMbIbBW !" : : Reports from the county say there is more than the usual amount this season. Old "sports" are anxious to take a shot at the "Muley" bird, that rare specimen of zoology said to be more, abundant than for many years. Blame yourself for empty game bags this winter if you insist on using an antiquated "shootinf iron." Get a good Gun and the best Ammunition. Get them here. We sell Remington double and single barrel Guns; "Winchester, Richards and other brands. Reming ton, Winchester, Stevens, Colt, Piper and Quack enbush Rifles. Shells, loaded or empty, black or smokeless powder. Hunting Coats, Leggins, etc The Frank Owens ! .Br BBBBHsMBBfthfBniHr HHUHIHIRfllLL. Sk Sbbbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm bV Hardware Company SJ iffifiifffifftfififtmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Chas. A. Walther, MERCHANT TAILOR. You can save money by buying your Fall and Winter Clothing from me. Suits to Order for $15 and better. Overcoats to Order for $15 and better. Trousers to Order for $5 and better. Largest line to select from that was ever brought'here. Place your order now and avoid the rush. CHAS. A. WALTHER, MERCHANT TAILOR, West Second St. MARKET R3FU11T. Flour and Grain. . Cincinnati, Oct 14. Flour Winter patent, $44.25; fancy, $3.G533.85; family, ?3.103.40; extra, $2.7002.90; low grade, $2.50 2.65; spring patent, $4.5034.95; fancy, ?3.854.15; family, ?3.653.80; Northwestern rye, $3.25 3.40. Wheat No. 2 red quotable at 8787c on track. Corn Sales: No. 2 white, track, 48.1c; mixed ear, track, 51c; No. 2 yellow, track, 49c. Oat3 Sales: No. 2 mixed, track 38Vic; No. 3 white, track, 38ac. Chicago, Oct. 14. Wheat No. 2 red, 82c; No. 3 do, 80 81c j No. 2 hard winter, 7880Vjc; No. 3 do, 7682c; No. 1 Northern spring, 84c; No. 2 do, 8182c; No. 3 spring, 7780c. Corn No. 2, 4545y4c; No. 3, 4445c. Oats No. 2, 363Cc; No. 3, 35 86c. Live Stock. Cincinnati, Oct. 14. Cattle Heavy steers, choice to extra, $4.605; fair to good, $3.904.50; butcher steers, extra, $4.60 4.65; good to choice, $3.65 4.50; heifers, extra, $3.754; good to choice, $3.503.75; cows, extra, $3.503.75; good to choice, $2.65 3.50. Calves Fair to good light, $6 6.75; extra, $7. Hogs Good to cholco packers and butchers, $5.805.90; ono fancy load, $5.90; mixed packers, $5.50 5.80; light shippers, $5.305.75; pigs, 110 lbs and less, $45.20. Sheep Ex tra, $3.403.50; good to choice, $3.10 3.35. Lambs Extra, $6; good to choice. $5.35 5.90. Washington, Oct. 15. A 4-months-old son of Minister Quesada died Wed. nesday at bis father's home in this city after" an illness of a week. The child's name was Ramon Felix Antonio Quesada. ACCIDENT ON THE RACE TRACK. Jockey Frank Miller Thrown to the Ground and Killed. New York, Oct. 15. A bad accident occurred during tho running of the sixth race at Brighton Beach Wednes day, which resulted in the death of Jockey Frank Miller. The race was for maiden 2-year-olds at six furlongs and 18 unruly horses went to tho post. The start was fair, but before the flekl had gone half a mile, Sonoma Bell, ridden by Firman, made an attempt to go up on the rail, and in doing so was shut off and stumbled and fell. Clytle, with Miller in the saddle, was directly behind and stumbled over Sonoma Bell. Miller was thrown heavily and died a few moments after he had been taken to the temporary hospital on the track. An examination showed tho print of a horse's hoof on his chest. Firman escaped injury. Wm. Crosby Was Again High Man. Omaha, Neb., Oct 15. Wm. Crosby, of O'Fallon, 111., was again high man in the Omaha Gun club tournament Wednesday, breaking 151 out of a pos sible 160 targets. Heer and Powers again were placed, breaking 150 and 149 respectively. Fought a Ten-Round Draw. Detrott, Mich., Oct 15. Harry For bes, of Chicago, and Tom Feltz, of St. Louis, fought a 10-round draw Wednes day night before the Detroit Athletic club. Both men were strong at tho finish and showed little signs of pun ishment. Walter Johnson Lynched. Hamilton, Mont, Oct 15. Seventy five men, masked and armed, stormed the Jail, overpowewd tho Jailer and took out Walter Johnson, convicted of the murder of a 6-year-old boy. and strung him up to an electric light pole. Failed to Knock Out Joe Grim. Philadelphia, Oct 15. Bob Fitzsim mons failed to knock out Joe Grim in the scheduled six rounds. The plucky Italian, who has met good fighters and never been knocked out, was given se vere punishment by Fitzslmmons. Boston, Oct 15. The world's cham pionship baseball series, which was concluded Tuesday, will net each Bos 'ton player close to $1,280. The official 1 figures are not yet obtainable. FORSAJLE. FOIl 8ALE My house containing Ave rooms, with all conveniences, at 117 Prospect strict, 8lxthward. M.J.KENNKY. . S-d6t EOK HALB-A styllsn, well-bred mare, rising rive. Broken to street cars and traction en gines. Warranted sound, safe and gentle. Suit able for family or lady's use. T. 8. BUCKING II A.M, 208 Second street, Maysvllle, Ky. Pbnne 321. 18-d3t V OK 8 ALU-Old office. newspapers. Apply at this LOST. "T" OSTOR STOLEN Monday, near the Eplsco- I 1 rial f htiwtr. ttn m.nfiAA ilfl vwn.iit. fU. lob. Reward for return of wme to this office. T" udl Wednesday evening between Market -LJ street and tho fair crounds. on nlatform nf a C. and O. car, a bill book containing notes and other valuable papers. Some of tho papers bear name of tho owner, Geo. w. Rime. Reward of 8io for return of name to this office. 10-dGt French Model Hats! Models reproduced at such small prices that a visit to our millinery parlors would prove advantageous to you Young misses and children are not forgotten and we are show ing many beautiful models for them. In connection with our millinery we have on sale Theatre Scarfs. Pans and Shawls: also an elegant line of Combs, Hair Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Powder Puffs, Belts, Wrist Bags, Baby Caps and Hosiery. oai- -A Hub t gray, short sack overcoat, brown velvet collar, with brand of J. Weslev Lee on collar. Taken from Wells & Coughlin's stable show day. Finder will please return It to tbls oiuce or 10 auove siaoie. iu-a3t STRAYED. STRAYED OR STOLEN From my premises on Kennedy's Creek, a sorrel hone: bas one while foot and is blind in left eye. Reward of S3 ior return oi same to me. KEAbON urekzk. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOB MEMBER OF BOAKD OF EDUCATION. We arc authorized to announce J. P. WALLACE as a candidate lor member of the Board of Kdu cation from Fourth ward at the November elec tlon 1903. Cancer HT IS CURABLI We cure cancer without the knife. Very little pain. Have cured over twenty cases in Mason County during the last ten years. We send a free book upon request which tells all about method of treatment. Will refer you to -Mr. Geo. 8. Rosser of this paper, Eeldon W, Bramcl, Wedonla, Ky Mrs. Joel T. Luman, Mt. Cancel, Ky.. Wm. Bramel, North Fork, Ky., and a dozen other in your own county If you wish them. Write for free book at once. DRS. GIUTIGNY IUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati. O. jMDR. landman.. Central Hotel, Thursday, Nov. 5th, J903. Lexington and Return $2.31.'. " On account of trotting races the L. and N. rail road will sell round trip tickets to Lexington until Oct. ICth at 82.31. Return limit Oct. 19th. FULL STOCK OF FALL AND ' WINTER LaMODE MILLINERY COMPANY. I REMOVED, J I Drs. Markham, I I OSTEOPATHIC I PHYSICIANS ! bH nH H 13 West Third Street. H H Phone 123. H You Have Got tho Money! We have got the COAL Give us a trial and be convinced. Brick, Lime, Sand and Salt. Agents for the famous Alabaster Plaster. Maysvllle Coal Co LEARN PRICES -ON- BOOTS and SHOES Being retailed at wholesale prices at DAN COHEN'S, the Shoe Store that everybody knows they can buy good goods at for less money than elsewhere W. H. &EANS, Manager. FELT ROOFING! OI me before making your nurchase. We carry four grades. Wo also handle Pure Paints at lowest prices. W. H. RYDER, J2J SUTTON STREET. PHONE 185. HEATING STOVES-RANGES ! All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at W. F. POWER'S. REMOVED, R.GPOLLITT, Dentist. All Wnrk nmnnfiuiil H only TBt d...j BtreetMafTiri5;ky7v"' "w "" "" TOAmu Masonic Grand Lodge. For above occasion the L. and N. Railroad will sell round-trip tickets Maysvillo to Loulsyllle, October 19 and 20, at .co. Return limit October 23. i i i Special Homeseekere Excursion Sontb. On Oct. 20th tho L.and N. railroad will sell bomeseckers round. trip excursion tickets at very low rates to various points in Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ten nessee and Texas, Return limit twenty-one days. For particulars call on L. and N. agent!.