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t ' " - Vi l ", Y?vimivif' IV i .vr .-v-jt,- !!! &&O0G0G0&0099v9QwVV(Pv( TrYDTTAT T3T A QT'Q -,. e-k4t04 . ko 1ttf rarf rf Drmfcef. PfofeSSOr .O Hicks names the 27th and 30th as dates for the hardest winter storms of the i ot month a time when northwestern blizzards should be apprehended, and all ought to be on guard both for themselves and their live stock. SKATES v iff ytflflw ji r- frill " l lA mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ARE YOU aracampn Relieves Instantly CATARRH, BRONCHITIS, And all Throat Inflammations. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. 101 Sold only In 25c, SOc & $1.00 Bottles. For Sale by Thomas J. GIGANTIC UNDERTAKING. Bids For Raising the Grade of Gal veston, Tex. Galveston, Tex., Dec. 8. Bids for raising the grade ofthls city la task which promises to take Us place as one of the nine wonders of the world were opened Monday by the hoard appointed by tho governor. The low est bid Is from P. C. Goodhart and Linden W. Bates, of New York, who offer to do tho work for 18' cents per cubic yard. There aro approximately 11,000,000 cubic yards of filling to be placed in order to raise the grade of the city on a level with the sea wall. Tho av erage increase in grade is seven feet. It will cost the county under this con tract nearly $2,000,000, for which the city will Issue bonds. The plan proposed Is to construct a canal 20 feet deep from the bay inside nnd about 200 feet from the sea wall. The contractors aro prepared to com mence work in 60 days and finish in three years. Col. C. S. RIche, United States engineer, and George W. Bus chke, engineer for the sea wall, rec ommended the award. WITHOUT STAIRWAYS. New Ideas Introduced Into Pittsburg Theater. New Pittsburg, Dec. 8. The now Nixon theater opened Monday night with a performance of "Erminle" by Francis Wilson and his all-star company. The Nixon Is ono of tho most pretentious and beautiful theaters erected in this Come to W.H. will be in demand throughout the season should this prophet's predictions be verified. We have a large stock of "Clubs" for boys and girls, men and women. SKATES make an acceptable gift to anybody who enjoys such sport. Make your purchase now for either present or SORE? t)SE or Money Refunded. At all (food Druutrlsti. Chonowoth, Druffglst. country and has cost Its owners, of whom Samuel P. Nixon, of Philadel phia, Is the leading spirit, upwards of $1,500,000. Tho interior plan Intro duces a number of new ideas in the atro building, the most interesting of which is the Inclined promenade, by which tho dress circle or balcony is reached without ascending a single stair. ENGLISH RACE HORSES. Six of the String Owned By James R. Keene Arrived From London. New York, Dec. 8. 'Six of the string of English race horses owned by Jas. R. Keene arrived Monday from Lon don on board tho Atlantic transport liner MInnetonka, Tho horses, which included some of the best racers, were Hurst Park, Dalesman, Dazzling, Cap nad Bells, Out of Reach and a yearling Ally by Cyllene-Lady Minton. Discharged From the Hospital. San Francisco, Dec. 8. J. D. Pow ers, president of the United States Trust Co., of Louisville, Ky., seriously injured in a railroad accident at Reno, Nev., October 17, while en route to the bankers' convention, was dis charged from the hospital Monday. Reduction in Wages. Sharon, Pa., Dec. 8. A reduction In the wages of the furnace workers In the Shcnango mills will be made by the United States steel corporation De cember 10. The cut, it is reported, will range from 10 to 20 per cent Bishop James A. Ingle Dead. Cumberland, Md., Dec. 8. A cable message from Hankow, China, an Next Saturday December J2th7 and make your selec tions of what you want from a retail stock recently bought. Many goods at less than the maker's cost All will be sold quick at such prices as make Cohen's store famous Plenty of Rubbers and Felts cheaper than elswheret5t8t5 future needs. Prices not high this year I nouncing tho death of "Bishop James Addison Ingle, of tho Protestant Epis copal church, of a fever, was received here Monday. He was 36 years old. The Largest Cargo of Sugar. Boston, Dec. S. The big British tramp steamer Knight Errant .arrived here Monday from Java, having on board 11,000 tons of Java sugar, said to be tho largest cargo of sugar ever brought to any nort In the world. Pittsburg, Dec. 8. The engineering and collegiate departments of tho Western university of Pennsylvania, in which there are over 200 students, were closed for an indefinite period 9Wlng to presence of contagious dis eases. MARKET EEFOItT. i Flour and Grain. Cincinnati, Dec. 7, Flour Winter patent, $4.104.40; fancy, ?3.7583.90; family, $3.103.40; extra, $2.702.90; low grade, $2.502.65; spring patent, $4.60 4.95; Kansas, $4 4.25; fancy, $3.904.15; family, $3.703.85; North western rye, $3.253.40. Wheat No. 2 red quotable at 80We on track. Corn Sales: No. 3 mixed (now), 42c on track; rejected white (new), 4V.4c on track; No. 3 yellow (new), 43c on track. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed (sold with corn), 37c on track; rejected mixed, 37c on track; No. 2 white, 40 c on track. Chicago, Dec. 7. Wheat No. 2 red, 87c; No. 3 do, 848Cc; No. 2 hard winter, 8182c; No. 3 do, 7278c; No. 1 Northern spring, 87c; No. 2 do, 85 86c; No. 3 spring, 8083c. Corn No. 2, 43c; No. 3, 4243c. Oats No. 2, 35c; No. 3, 34c. Live Stock. Cincinnati, Dec. 7. Cattle Heavy steers, choice to extra, $4.104.50; fair to good, $3.3534; butcher steers, ex tra, $4.104.25; good to choice, $3.10 4; heifers, xtra, $3.60 3.75; good to choice, $2.763.50; cows, extra, $3.25; good to choice, $2.25 3.15. Calves Fair to good light, $4.50 5.50; choice to extra, $5.756. Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers, $4.40 4.45; mixed packers, $4.104.35; light shippers, $4.304.40; pigs, 110 lbs and less, $4 4. 30. Sheep Extra, $3.30 3.40; good to choice, $2.853.25. Lambs Extra, $5.60 5.65; good to choice, $55.50. , i c 0 A L It is here just arrived fresh from the mines. Peacock and "Williams, at same old price. Also handle BRICK, Sand, Lime and Salt. Agents for Alabaster Plaster J C J MAYSVILLE COAL CO., COOPER'S 0L0 STAND. ' PHONE 142. V THE RACKET We have removed to our elegant new quarters, No. 40 Vest Second street, formerly Brown's China Pal ace, and" only four doors above old stand. Give us a call, and let us introduce you to our new house and our excellent lines of season able merchandise. L.H.YOUNG&CO jjDR. LANDMAN.. Central Hotel, Thursday, Dec 3rd, J903. LOST. LOST Wednesday evening, the fox tall of a black boa; between Rudy's grocery In tbo West End and tbo Baptist Cburcb, Return to this offlco. G-d3t Cohens ' Opera House! WEDNESDAY, DECEMIEIt 9. Tho young character Comedian J. C. Lewis and his big comedy company in an entiro , ucw scenic production of tbo rural farco comedy Si Plunkard! All new features and novelties. Everything new but tbo title. See life on tho farm, the threshing machine scene, tbo country fair scene, Finest Solo Orchestra on tbo road. Look out for Si" and bis country Band Parade, tho funniest street parade ever seen. Trices Lower floor 50c, balcony 85c, gallery 25c. LATEST STYLES IN PICTURES and FRAMES. " Our department on Framed Pictures cannot bo equaled. We also have a nice new line of Portrait Frames and Mouldings. Come in and learn prices. W. H. RYDER. Cancer DTIS CURABLEmg V1 cu.ro cancer without the knifo. Verv little P ,ntJ!?.T cur.1d over twenty cases in iMasou hLiUg th0 la8t ten ye8"- We send mlv0?0",101"108' whlch tells all about nlSl-D0' treatment. Will refer you to Mr. SSinni?0?Sr Srf thT,s PaJPer. SeldonW. Bramel DRS. GRATIGNY BUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. A. N. ELLIS, A. ML, M. D. polngy, Cincinnati College M&lclno and SufgeTy Specialist In Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Threat fl$ ViSftS a? Rlasias vn to order. flco No. 185 West Second 8t Maysvilte, Ky. Of- REMOVED, R-CPOLLITT, Dentist g, trUS5S5yigfed- No8X West Second DO IT NOW! DO WHAT? dent Policy with tho suranco Company. TaVo an Accident Policy with tho Travelers In suranco Company, W. H. KEY, Agent. WELLS I C0UCHLIN, Undirtakirs and Embalmtrs! Calls answered day or night MARKET STREET. UA YSVJLLE, KY. The will of Mrs, Frank Cooper waa probated Monday. Geo. L. Grant was appointed administrator, with John and Uuns. Grant as sureties. REMOVED, I Drs. Markha'm, I OSTEOPATHIC I PHYSICIANS I I H 19 West Third Street. I H Phone 123. H l-jk L T7TI