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t!?mtf?!!!f?!!tf??m?!?!!!!!m!?!??????t!?ttm?!n!nm????!?m????!TH??!?!f??!????!???t!m???n!?!?? D. Hechinger Co. Xll -D.Cl.Cl HlVIli B $'$$, ? , tw ' .'. V It '- J ,F fj No goods charged none sent on approval. Sale starts Saturday, Jan. 6. THIS SALE IS CASH! jE" EMBROIDERY REMNANTS. Four and one-half yards to 15 yards long. Bought of one of the largest factories In the country too short for the factory to use, but long enough for you. 2,000 pieces. NOTIONS. Feather Stitch Dratd worth 5, salo prico 3c; All Rubber ilalr Combs worth 7c, salo prlco lc; all Rubber Hair Combs worth 10c, sale price 7c: Collar Buttons worth Gc, sale price 3c: Koyal Cuticle Soap worth 10c bar; tale price 10 for 25c; Tearl Buttons, seconds worth Gc, sale price 3c; one-pound jar Vaseline worth 15c,'sale price 9c ; Cotton Tape worth 2 for 6c, sale prlco lc; Hair Pins In boxes worth 10c, salo price 7o ; Hair Fins In boxes worth 6c, sale prlco 3c; Bailey's BcstMachine OH worth 10c, special 4c ; Bailey's Face Pow der worth 10c. salo price 7c; Bailey's Face Powder worth 5c. salo prico 4c ; Talcum Pow der worth 5c, salo prico 3o ( Vasellno worth 5c, salo prlco 3; Pins lo paper, Pencils Gc dozen, box of Paper and En vc lopes lc. Hooks and Eyes lc card, 60 Envelopes 5c, 48 sheets of Paper 5c. Children's Handkerchiefs, 3 for Be. Men's Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, sold Everywhere 10c ; in this salo. 4 for 25c. Fascinators, 50c, sale price 89o; Fascinators, 25c, salo prlco 19c; Golf Vests, 81.23, sale price 79c; Toqucn, 50c, salo prico 39c; Toques, 25c, salo prlco 19c. Ladies' Wool Hose, 20c, sale price, 10c. ?SZ1 CALICOES Best brands Aft, mill prico 5c g-; by tho car. LADIES' SKIRTS. Worh 8-5, salo price 83.75; worth 80. salo price 83 98; worth 80.60. salo price 81.93; worth 88 60, salo prico 80.10; worth 810, ale prlco 87.60. SHOES-SHOES-SHOES.. Best Ladles' and Children's Shoes in town. Wo are going to movo this department so down go tho prices Including our famous advertised Shoe, (wo can't uso tho name). LADIES' SIIOES-Regular 83 60. sale price 82.78; regular V. salo price 82 38; regular 82.60, salo price 8108; regular 82, salo pi ice 81.68; regular 81.75. salo price 81.38; regular 81.60. sale price 81 18. CHILDREN'S SIIOES-Regular 81.50, salo price 81.18; regular 81, salo prico 78c; regular 85, sale prlco 03c. Don't miss this shoo salo. All our Shirt Waists, including the Royal, cut to one-half price. REMNANT TABLE. Including dress goods outings flannel ettes dimities lawns wblto goods and waist goods. About 500 pieces, all lengths, and a good many soiled. Prof. Charles' Buttermilk Soap, 3 bars to a box, 10c box. Our celebrated No. 2000 Long Cloth, very special, 81.29. Fifty per cent, discount ou all Trimmed and untrlmmed Hats. Our famous II. Cotton, better than Hope, special 7c. Only 20 yards to a customer. TWENTY PER CENT. DISCOUNT On Dress Goods, Llniugi, Underwear, all White Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Blankets, Com forts, Wrappers, Dressing Sacks, Klmonas, Outing Gowns, Outing Skirts, Ribbons, Mer cerized Petticoats, Knit 8klrts, Laces, Ladles' Knit Blouses, Children's Caps. ' MEN'S COLLARS. Worth 10c to 15o, sale price, 3 for 10c. All 81 Corsots 85c. Our famous Graceful Corset, worth 50c, salo prlco 3.8c. Oco table odd Corsets 25c. FLANNELETTES. 12J4 and 15c grade, sale price 9c; 10c grade, salo price 7j. EMBROIDERIES. Our entire stock divided Into five lots prices about half an opportunity of a life-limp. MEN'S SHIRTS-Odd lots-somo white somo colored, soft bosoms and laundered bosoms, regular COc, 69o and 75c. All go In the great sale at 33c each. All 10 cent Outlugs go at y2 cents. Big discount on our Cloaks and 8ult. g Remember $2 worth of Globe Stamps with $ purchase on opening day. j2 as a aaa a MERZ BROS aaa ammmm casts ssssse eeo.ee wuwwiawwwiiwii SMITH'S SUICIDE. Gave as a Reason For Ending His Life tho Unjust Criticism of a Baltimore 1'aper. Kbnova, W. Va., January 14. Prof. Lyman Elliott Smith, who registered at the Glenwood Inn here last night from Mayslick, Ky., but who is thought to have given a fictitious address, commit ted suicide at midnight by shooting him self through the head, the barrel of a re volver having been placed in an incision of flesh made with a penknife, evidently to keep his flesh from being powder burned. The man is a mystery. He came from Baltimore, over the C. and O., and from a letter found in his pocket he had less than ten days ago returned from a trip abroad. He has evidently at one time been a professor in some of the leading colleges of the country and had letters of recom mendation from the University of Cin cinnati add from Richard G. Moulton, of the Chicago University. He had considerable money, and left a note written just a few minutes before his suicide, which gave as a reason for his rash act that he had devoted his en tire life to tho study of literature, and thafci a Baltimore newspaper (the Sun) had criticised some of his writings, which he thought cruel and unfair, and that he could not stand the cenaure. Many believe the man must have been insane. He had been reading a copy of Homer's Odissey just before ending his life. Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart mell's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, of Lob Angeles, a daughter. Senator Byron, of Bracken, has intro duced a bill to tax shares of National banks. Disappointment sometimes causes in sanity. To avoid it buy a piano from Gerbrich. Rev. B. J. Graetz, of Augusta, will preach at the German Church to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. Wanted, a good, reliable boy to carry the Bulletin and work about the office. Apply at once. Mrs. Malinda Nute, of Mt. Carmel, is reported seriously ill, with very little hope of recovery. Eleven years ago yesterday the temper ature.was 11 below zero, and it did not get above zero all day. ' . At the Central Presbyterian Church to-morrow morning the subject of tho sermon will be, "America Highly-fivored of God." All are invited. A'SUCCESS, Artistically and Financially, Was the Y. M. C. A. lienefit Concert Last Nfaht. Merchants never know just what they have in stock at the end of the season until they are through taking stock. We have unearthed about sixty-five black, brown and grey ULSTERS that have been neglected. Sizes range from boys' to the biggest of men. Some of them sold for as much as $12; the cheapest of them for $8. Dur ing the week, 18th to 24th, you take your choice for $4.75 i The first comers always secure the first choice. i ir Us UUi Chicago, III., January 14. Prof. R. G. Moulton, of tho University of Chicago, says Prof. Lyman Elliott Smith was a student in the summer Bchool in 1000, and that be had given him several let ters of recommendation. Mr. Smith's remains were brought hero on tho 3:25 train by his brothor, Mr. Austin Smith, and taken to Mays lick for interment. These two brothers grew up in tho home of Mr. Chas. Roes, near Mayslick, Austin assisting bis brother in securing an education. In vestigation at Konova showed the de ceased had bought a ticket to Maysville and forwarded his trunk, but he missed the train, and returned to the hotel where, during tho night, he took his life, i i Pan "kake" flour and syrup Calhoun's. President W. B. Hawkins, of tho Ken tucky Burley Tobacco Growers' Associa tion, announces that tho project has been successfully financed, i i The O. and O. freight yard in tho Filth ward is stacked full of railroad tjes, awaiting shipment. These were hauled here from near Mt. Carmel. Agnes Delia, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Morris, of Mayslick, died Fri day morning at 1 o'clock. Funeral this morning at 10 o'clock from tho home, Rev. Father De Bruyne officiating. Bur ial at Washington. i A telegram from Muncie, Ind., an nounces tho death at her home in that city of Mrs. James Lovo. Over three ecore and ten, this dovotod wifo and mother lived to see her children dis tinguished In the art and musical world. She was a daughter of Capt. John Camp boll of the war of 1812, and was a niece of Captains Horatio and Charles Church, well known Mississippi river Captains. She was also a relative of Chicago's first Mayor, Long John Wontworth. Christian Church Preaching to-morrow at 10 45 a. in. and 7 p. m. by tho minister. Special sermon at night to young men. Other services at usual hours. The public invited. The members of the Mite Society of tho Third Street M. E. Church who be long to the "Blues" are cordially invited to the banquet to be given by the "Rods" at the church next Tuesday evening. A colored man employed by Langfels, tho plummer, while working in the cellar at Mr. W. N. Stockton's residence Thurs day found a stick of dynamite. Just how it came there is a mystery. The negro had just dropped a heavy hammer, narrowly missing the dynamite. A fine class for young men has been started in the Y. M. O. A. for tho study of vocal music. Rev. Dr.-Baxbour has charge. It meets Tuesday ovonings. Seventeen were present at the last meet ing. There are some fine voices in Mays ville, and after proper training some splendid concerts aro anticipated. Warren Easter and Vincent Howard, of -Dover, charged with shooting and wounding Leo Vanhooso with intent to kill, were brought before 'Squire Dresel Thursday, for preliminary trial. They waived examination, and were hold in sum of $100 each for their appearance at the next term of tho Circuit Court. They gave tho required bail. Vanhooso is a shantyboatman and at tho time of tho shooting the men wcro under the impression that ho was trying to kill his wife,.having been attracted by her screams. The trouble occurred somo time ago. Last evening's concert at the First Presbyterian Church was a success. Apart from the fact that the purpose of the concert would invite a large audience, the program offered was sufficiently at tractive to insure a well-filled house. Maysville's choicest musical talent was to be in evidence, so at the hour ap pointed, standing room was in demand. The lower room of the church used on such occasions was artistically decorated in flowers and lights. It was a pretty setting in harmony with the occasion. "Down by the Flowing River," sung by Messrs. Smoot, Muse, Moss and Dr. Barbour, was received with enthusiasm, as the opening number. This was fol lowed by Herbert's "Badinage" played by Mies Frances Barbour with such daintiness and charm that she was ap plauded until she graciously responded with an encore. Other numbers by tho quartette together and singly were sung and warmly applauded, but the honors of the evening were divided between Miss Wadsworth and Miss Elizabeth Bar bour, together as singer and accompanist and with Mies Barbour alone in two piano solos. Miss Wadaworth's voico is too well known and enjoyed by lovers of music to say more than she sang; sang "The Willow," by Goring Thomas, with a sympathy and fineness that carried the tone of a violin with it. The waltz from Gounod's "Romeo and Juliet" gave her an ampler field into which1 to pitch her voico into lights and shades. She was applauded again and again. The "Butterfly Waltz," by Schnolle, was played before a Maysville audience for the first time by Miss Elizabeth Bar bour. It is delicate and beautiful, and well suited to this pianist's fine touch. Her many friends already consider her an artist, with a brilliant future in a mu sical way. A handsome sum was realized for the Y.'M. C. A. piano fund. i Death of Mr. Breckinridge Carr. Mr. John O. Breckinridge Carr died last night at 10 o'clock at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroo Carr, in tho Sixth ward, after a lingering ill ness. He was forty-two years old, and leaves several brothers and sisters. The funeral takes place Sunday at 2p. m. at tho family residence, Rey. Mr. Godbey officiating, aesisted by Rev. Dr. Molloy. Burial in Maysville Cemetery. LOOK AT THIS SPECIAL SALE ON John Holland's Gold Pens: No. 2 Diamond Point, 75 No. 3 Diamond Point, 94 No. 4 Diamond Point, 1 15 No. 5 Diamond Point, 1 32 No. 6 Diamond Point, J 50 No. 7 Diamond Point, 1 88 No. 8 Diamond Point, 2 25 Sco Our Cheap Tables, Each Article 10c. J. T. KACKLEY& CO. Got a Coupon on Our Music Box, Each 10c. Purchase. leeeei leeeo iseeei MONUMENTS Intending purchasers of any kind of cemetery work are invited to see our stock of finished work, our collection of designs, etc., before placing their orders. We can save you money. TUP ARDMCTT MAORI F ft II MAYSVILLE, KY., m I rib UHllllkll mniiUtal. wv., NO. Ill SUH0N STREET, h. 101 Booae OOOfi laesoi MEET, n eoni HEATING STOVES-RANGES ! All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at W. F. POWER'S. ..TAKE AN Accident Policy Before You Slipl W. HOLTON KEY, Agent. Offlco White Building, op. Bank of Maysville. This morning tbe advance sale of seats for tbo coming production of "AlpbonBO and Gaston," a musical comedy by Frank Tannehill, opened at Ray's. The farce was written Bolely for a night's laughing entertainment; it is said to be clean cut and wholesome, with funny complica tions, pretty dances and a chorus that 1b full of grace, all possessing well trained voices. Tho date is Tuesday, January 19th. Senator Cox has introduced a bill to reimburse unpaid clerks in tbo State Auditor's offico in the amount of $4,081. The Great Cleaniiig-Up Sale AT THE NEW YORK STORE OF HAYS CO. Is now in full swing. No wonder! Such bargains in now, seasonable goods were never before offered in our city. Still we have more winter goods on hand than we caro to invoice. For Saturday another cut has been made. No matter what you may want, we can save you money. Fifty pairs full-aized Blankets 49c, worth 79c. Fifty good Comforts at 49c. One hundred pairs ladies' fine Shoes, extended soles, 95c , worth S1.50. Ladies' extra heavy fleeced-lined Hose 9c, worth 15c Children's fleeced-line Hose, all sizes, 8Jc a pair. Men's heavy Underwear 24c. Baby fine eiderdown Cloaks only 79c, worth $1.75. Men's and ladioa' Rubbers only 15c. 100 Umbrellas 33c, worth 50c Silks and Dress Goods. Our sales in that department have been quite a revelation. Somo of tho best people of our city got Bamples at other stores, but we sold the goods. Come and do tho same. BeBt 30-inch Taffeta Silk on earth for the monoy, 93c HAYS & CO New York Store SPECIAL Hone lonsdalo 7Jc. as much as vou want: nnhlnnnhfld Shootings 15c, heavy brown muBlin 4Jc, b!x spools Clark's Throad 25e. lVlnn'O QliAnn nf Innn ilnvi ntl.nlAnnln vttnn mm .!! .1 L 1. Ml 1 .iuu q uuuun u iccn luau nuuiuomu jJtUiUO, ua U1JB UUJIUriUlOUl Will UU discontinued.