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The evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, January 04, 1904, Image 4

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Extends heartiest New Year's greetings to its legion of
friends and old customers. We thank you all for the
liberal patronage you have given us throughout the year
just closed as well as its predecessors. We ask that the
confidence placed in us in the past will continue in the
future. Nothing is more gratifying to an old house
than to know it has the confidence of the trade, and we
shall do everything in our power to maintain this in the
future as well as in the past tt
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Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded
Muscular Rheumatism
Sore Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuralgia.
Tne only External Remedy which, will Sweat Out the
Fever and Inflammation.
Bold only In 2Sc,S0c& $1.00 Bottles. At all good Drug gUU.
For Sale ly Thomas J. Chonowcth, Druggist.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works aro
turning out for the L. & N. fifty-five con
solidated freight eugineB, eleven ten
wheel passenger engines and five switch
, engines.
Tha Chesapeake and Ohio earned net
in November SSIS.MS, being an increase
of S2.C89. For the, five months of the
present fiscal year an increase in net
earnings of 851,297 iB shown.
The late Mr. W. W. Forman and Mr.
Joseph F. Perrie, deceased, were very
intimate friends and classmates at the
famouB school of Doctor Louia Marshall
at Buckford, Woodford County, brother
of Chief Justice John Marshall. At this
homo they frequently met the famouB
Thomas F. Marshall, noted as an orator
and wit, and his almost as noted brother,
Ed. Marshall, not long since deceased in
Rev. Milo Atkinson, formerly minister
of the Tollesboro and Vanceburg Chris
tian churchcB, has been chosen by the
Fifth Street Christian Church of Coving
ton to take chargo until the return of
the Rev. George K. Miller, who leaves
for a tour of the Holy Land and Egypt at
the end of January. Rev. Miller will
sail from Boston with otbor ministers of
the Christian Church, among whom Rev.
R. E. Moss iB included. They will go di
rect to the Mediterranean, touching at
Gibraltar, then passing along the French
and Italian coasts, touching at the prin
cipal cities, finally sailing from Naples to
Alexandria, in Egypt, where they will
disembark and go by train to Cairo.
After spending a week among the pyra
mids, etc, they will go to Palestine for a
tour of several weeks.
PainleBS extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart
mell's. Mrs. Nina B. Hamilton has moved to
Wellston, 0.
Mra. Emma IlilMtyan is reported seri
ously ill at her home in Columbus, O.
The quarterly report of the Bank of
Mayslick appears elsewhere in this issue.
It shows undivided profiita of $012 00,
deposits of 544,881 38, with total resources
The New Year's greeting intended to
circle the globo passed through the
Western Union office in thiB city, but
failed to make connection at some point
in Germany.
The Aberdeen Gretna Green Bays: "The
survey for the O. R. and 0. railroad is
now about completed to Aberdeen, sub
ject of course to slight changes, which
may be made if deemed advisable. It is
almoBt a certainty that the bridge acroBS
the Ohio will not be very far from the
upper landing. It is safe to eay that it
will come between tho upper landing
and the old saw mill place."
Father Mathews' Total Abstinence Society.
The Father Mathews' Total Abstinence
Society has elected officers for ensuing
term as follows :
President John O'Donnell.
Vice President John Moron.
Recording Secretary D. Desmond.
Financial Secretary John O'Mahoney.
Sorgent at-Arms James Glldea.
Marshal -John Den.
Supervisors Robert Drown, Tom llennlgan,
John O'Mahoney.
Old Year
and the New.
Just now it is fitting that wo ex
press our appreciation of the highly
satisfactory business which has
been accorded us during tho past
year. "We thank our patrons for
their interest and loyalty, and
while expressing appreciation, we
wish, also, to extend our best
wishes for a Now Year of happi
ness and prosperity for all. Your
best interests Bhall be our in
terests during the coming year.
Our Bervice will, if possible, be
better than ever before, as a prac
tical acknowledgment of our ap
preciation of your continued favor
and patronage.
Cor. Sicond and Sutton Struts , Maysvlllt, Ky.
EOR 8ALE A complete Threshing Outfit. In
cluding Engine, Separator, Clover Ilufler,
Water Tank, Drive lielts and appurtenance.
Everthlng In good order and a bargain to the
right party. For terras nnd description of samo
apply to D. B. POLUTT, Circuit Clork's ofltce. 4-6
Mr. I. M. Lane receved a telegram Sun
day announcing the critical illness of
his daughter Mrs. R. B. Griffith of Indian
apolis. The Board of Education meets to-night.
Itlis 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&j&
PHONE 142.
Wo want to thank tho public for their
very generous patronage throughout
tho post year, and it will be our aim
to merit publio confidences in tho
future by squaro business methods.
Your money back If you are not satis
fied, and remember that wo aro much
better prepared to show our diversi
fied lines in this good year of 1904
than we have been in the past. Moro
room, moro goods, and courteous
treatment to all. Wo Invito you to
No. 40 "West Second Street.
Central Hotel,
Thursday, January 4th, 1904.
LOST Between $23 jo $100 lo purchasers of pi
anos that did not see GEKIiRICII and buy
from him. No reward will bo offered, as it is for
ever lost. Prospective purchasers take warning.
License Notice.
All licenses cxplro on December 31st and be
come auo on January 1st of each year as follows,
with penalty attached for non-compliance :
Dogs.! ". 8 100
Auctioneers 0 00
Billiard, Tool and Pigeon-hole Tables 25 00
Bowling and Tenpin Alleys 25 00
Shooting Gallery. 100 00
Life and Firo Insurance Agents 30 00
Plate Glass and Accident Insurance
Agents 20 00
Tornado Insurance Agents 10 00
Circus ond Menageries, por day 25 00
Lectures, Operas, Concerts and Plays 3 00
Opera houses.... 100 00
Public Dancchouses, per year. 20 00
Dances, per night 6 00
Skating Kinks, Jlerry-go-rounds, etc., per
day 2 00
Wholesale Llouor Dealers SO 00
Agency for Wholesaling Liquors.- 60 00
Barroom 300 00
Druggists fiOOO
Merchants. Hetnil 150 00
Itinerant Peddlers, temporary residents,
per day- 5 00
Peddling from one-borse wagon -1 00
Peddling from two-horse wagon 5 09
Foot Peddler, stock of less than 825, per
day. ..... 2 00
Foot Peddler, stock of 825. per day 3 00
Storage of Petroleum and other Oils, ex
ceeding five barrels 10 00
retroleum, celling from one-horso wagon
cither at wholesale or retail, to merchant
or consumers SO 00
Petroleum, selling from two-horse wagon. 75 00
Cart or dray 3 00
One-horso wagon 3 00
Two-horse wagon fi 09
Four-horse wagon 0 00
Astrologers and Fortuno Tellers, per day.. 6 00
Bill rosters 6 00
Boarding houses, public 10 00
Bowie-knives, Slung Shots, Brass Knucks
and Dirk-knives.. DO 00
Brokers 10 00
Cigarettes 20 00
Eating-houses 10 00
Hotels 10 00
Junk Shops 10 00
Laundries 20 0Q
Livery 8tables 25 00
Lunch Stands 10 00
Pistols 5 00
Playing cards..- 5 00
Real Estate Agents 10 00
Restaurants 10 00
Stallions for breeding 10 00
Scales on Private Property for- compensa
tion 10 00
Scales upon Streets 25 00
Owners of dravg, carts and wagons aro re
quired by law to tack tho tags on all vehicles so
licensed. W. E. 8TALLCUP. Mayor.
I Drs. Markham, I
Q 13 West Third Street. B
Old Santa Clause pondered nnd scratched bis bead ;
"Wbat good thing can I do for Maysvillo?" be Baid.
"The people there aro good and they're true;
They deserve something fine and something new."
So bo thought and planned with emotion deep,
Till at last, so weary, ho fell OBleop.
The wind howled and whistled and faBt fell the snow ;
The people of MayBvillo appeared in a row,
Marching two by two, rich and poor, young and old,
With feet baro and freezing and bleeding witb cold.
To the boIo of a foot there was never a ehoe ;
They begged Santa Glaus' pity for even a, few.
His eyes filled with tears, be awoke witb a start,
And wondered what angel bad entered his heart.
He sprang to his feet, danced and shouted with glee-
"I'll Bend Dan Cohen to Maysville," quoth he.
"A gift bettor far than a OhristmaB tree
A blessing perpetual he surely will be ;
Ob, bettor, much better, than gay Christmas tree 1
He shall furnish them shoes bo good and eo cheap
Tha.t careworn mothoro will cease to weep
Over barefooted girls and barefooted boys.
He shall offer them something far better than toys
IShoes for the young and shoes for the old,
For shy little girls and big brothers bold,
For little and big and all tbo betweons,'
By tbeliand of his Manager, W. H. MEANS."
It's Money
In Your Jeans
To buy Pictures of W. H. HYDER.
Some very nice ones left over which
will go very cheap. Inspect our
ready-matte Frames.
121 Sutton Street.
A. N. ELLIS, A.M., M. D.
r.F?rmeZ dmcal Assistant in tho London
Central Throat and Ear Hospital; Prof. Lawn"
FglKy. Cincinnati College Medicine and Surgery
'Specialist In Diseases el the Eye,
Ear and Throat.
Eyes tested and glassas ground to order. Of
fice No. 135 West Second St., Maysvillo, Ky.
liStKKgf0- m mt BBMBa
.....TAKE AN.....
Accident Policy
Before You Slip l
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kloningor's little
daughter is very ill with measles at their
homo in Wellston, O.

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