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1THE BEE HIVE
Never to the right or to the left, but always ONWARD is our motto. Pushing 5
strong ahead always trying to better ourselves, better the store and to better Mays- 5
vffle. ' 1
Isn't the rule at flinch parties to only play flinch ? If so the rule was broken the 2
other night. A gentleman remarked to one of us that he was at a flinch party and when iis
the ladies got together they of course had to have a few words about dress and he over- 2
heard one say that since Merz Bros, advent into Maysville the tone of the dry goods E5
business has greatly improved. :3S
Just arrived for shirt
many kinds. Price 59c, and
daily and will be for the next
sr The store that is not afraid to mark its goods in plain figures. :S
Our Shoes are of a character in material and
finish that gives them the honest stamp of
first-class footwear &&&&&&&&&
A SUMMER FESTIVAL.
An Attraction to Bring Visitors to This
City Contemplated by Wyandotte
Maysville will have a summer festival
providing the proper encouragement is
given by the merchants and citizens.
Wyandotte Tribe No. 3, I. 0. E. M.,
have, this festival in contemplation and
are now at work soliciting funds, and if
the merchants and citizens will contrib
ute liberally, it will certainly be a go.
It is the intention to give the carnival on
the streets, and to Becuro one of the big
gest carnival companies on the road, so
thore will-be "something doing all the
Ab Maysville will have no fair at the
fair grounds this year, it is the opinion of
many that we should have some sort of
entertainment for the people. ThiB pro
posed lestival should be the means of
drawing hundreds of people here.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart-
Mr. P. N. Bradford, of Aberdeen, vas
out Tuesday, the first time for several
. Mr. Calvert H. Mong sold forty-three
acres of unimproved land in Bourbon
County at$SO-per acre.
The case against Thomas Lowory, the
alleged diamond thief, was called in the
Circuit Court this morning.
The Bovere wind storm Sunday morn
ing broke the wires of the Mavavillo Tele
phone Company across the Ohio. New
and stronger wires will bo up in a fow
The Ladies' Mite Society of the M. E.
Church will meet at the parsonage this
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, The ladies
Will please 'bring needles, Bciseors and
The local lodge of the Knights of tho
Golden Eagle has disbanded. Tho mem
bership had fallen off to about fifteen.
The charter waB surrendered to the Grand
Caatlo this week.
A Valentine social will bo given by
the ladies of tho Third Street Methodist
Church at tho homo of Misa Essie Hutch
ins on next Monday qvoning. Tho en
tire membership of the church has a cor
dial invitation to attend.
March Fashion Sheets Are In!
Get the Delineator For March, 15c
waists, suits and dresses one pattern of a kind but a good E2
89c. would be reasonable. Other spring goods arriving 2
month fo our Mr. A. L. Merz is in New York. E2
X PEG OR.
Gerbrich sold two pianos last week.
See our wall paper window Hainline.
Mr. Walter Wbrmald is on the Bick
Only eloven daya until the tobacco fair.
Have you gotten your sample ready?
Miss Daniel will be at Central Hotel
Thursday and Friday to do stamping.
Miss Bessie Johnson has qualified as a
Notary Public, with Judge Wall surety.
Riley Kennedy, of the East End, is Buf
fering from a broken arm, the result of a
fall at his home.
A. A. Branch, of Portsmouth, paid $9,
00Q for Hawthorne 2:00, at the Lexington
horae sales this. week.
The Christian Church at Augusta call
ed Rev. H. K. Berry, of Paffucah, to
preach the ensuing year.
Tbo total assessment of Bourbon Coun
ty this year is $13,059,055. Of this amount
tho negroes own only $238,050.
Mrs. William Davis, formerly of this
county, fell at her homo in Millersburg
and broke an arm a few day since.
The many friends of the Honorable
Jesse Ellis, of Aberdeen, will regret to
know that ho is not improving in health.
Alex. Lawson, of Scott County, sold
20,000 pounds of tobacco at 9 cents. One
of his neighbors sold 9,000 at same price.
At the Lexington horse sales this week,
O. C. Arthur, of Needmore, sold the bay
gelding Billy Bills, to Mr. J. H. Clarke,
of Mayslick, for $130.
Miss Ann Mclntyre, of Charleston
Bottom, was called to her former home
in Fleming County Tuesday by the seri
ous illness of ber brother.
Judge Winfleld Buckler, of Carlisle, is
a candidate for member of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee from tho
Ninth Congressional district.
Reports received show that probably
100 buildings in Franklin County wero
blown down and otherwise damaged by
Sunday's storm. ,Tho loss is $75,000.
The House has passed tho bill impos
ing a heavy fine for tho sale of quail and
other game birds in tho State. A bill
has also (passed tho House prohibiting,
tho shipping of quail out of the Stato.
PROF. MITCHELL MARRIED.
Principal of Second District School Wed
ded Miss Lulu Beatrice Wiggin
ton, of Bedford, Ky , Lat
Prof. Arthur Mitchell, Principal of the
Second District School, and Mies Lulu
Beatrice Wigginton, of Bedford, Trimble
iCounty.Ky , were married at 2:30 o'clock
last Sunday afternoon, the ceremony be
ing performed at the home of the bride
in that city, Rev. Mr. Baird, of the M. E
Church, South, officiating.
The announcement comes as a pleasant
surprise to the bridegroom's many friends
in this city, as few if any of them had
any intimation that such a happy event
was contemplated by him. He left here
last Friday and returned Monday even
ing with his brid. They are at home at
215 Bridge street.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. B. G.
Wigginton, of Bedford, and is an accom
plished young lady, having taught in the
schools of that city in recent years.
The Bulletin joins Ptof. Mitchell's
many friends in congratulations and good
wishes to him and his bride, and in ox
tending a most cordial welcome to Mrs.
INHERITS NICE ESTATE.
A Maysville Girl Falls Heir to Fortune of
Over Ten Thousand Dollars.
In the County Court Tuesday Mr. J.
E. Robinson of Brooksville, qualified as
guardian of Stella Hamilton, with Mr.
John I. Winter surety.
Stella is about eight or ten years old,
and is a daughter of the late Nimrod
Hamilton, who married Miss Lida Case,
who has lived in Maysville several years.
Hamilton was killed in Bracken county
a year or two ago.
The child's grandmother died not long
ago, leaving her property in- Bracken
County and in Illinois valued, it is said,
at about $11,000. Judge Doniphan, of
Augusta, was here Tuesday with Mr.
Robinson and had him appointed guar
It is said relatives of the child living
in Bracken have been attempting to get
control of tbo estate and had some one
appointed guardian in that county, but
aB the child lives in Mason, the mother
had another guardian named hero Tues
day, in the person of Mr. Robinson.
Prayer meeting at tho Christian
Church to-night, led by Mr. St D.Thomp
son. Mr. Reuben J. Gaither and Miss Finley
McOloan, a Nicholas county couple, were
married Tuesday at St. Charles Hotel, by
Rev. Mr. Wright.
While at work nt the fair grounds
Tuesday, Mr. H. O. Isgrig mot with a
painful accident, spraining one of his
ankles and bruising his side.
Poyntz Bkos. aro the only Mayavillo
distillers Belling puro liquors by the
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis
tillery to consumor. Seven-year-old
whiBky $2 per gallon. Age and quality
guaranteed. Get tho best. Office 120:
Market street Watson's old stand. i
Our entire force in our store salesmen, bookkeeper, Sten
ographer and cutter, we are glad to say, are comprised of home
talent. Our latest acquisition to our force is our cutter, Mr:
Charles McNamara. Under hi? supervision of our Tailoring
GOING TO INFUSE
NEW LIFE INTO MAYSVILLE'S
With that view we have bought, and they will soon be here, a
most elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings from the cele
brated house of E. H. Van Ingen & Co,, New York.
Regarding the ability of our Mr. McNamara we can but
say that all of our custom work will be guaranteed to be first
class in all respects, if not you do not have to take it.
Watch for the date of the opening of our Spring line of
Suitings and Trouserings.
Swpet and simple,
Has a dimple,
That's tho girl.
lased her by.
II. iivcl a sigh;
Mui'e a bow,
Love her now.
Met, what bliss'
Snatched a kiss'
Now shn's mine.
A Pair of Spoons We shall Ret along s Inv
mlngly tope I her.
Love shall ever bo ow guide,
With you, dear, by my side.
J. T. K ACKLE Y & CO.
Out Photographs for $3 pet doz. arc large and good KACKLEY & CO.
IN MEMORIALS is
in our work.
TUF ftARMFTT MARBLE
a DIIHa vinnimi - .i -.
All styles, "best on earth' lowestTprices, at
W. F. POWER'S.
The New York Store
Spring Goods Are in Come and Take a Look.
TWO GREAT LEADERS TO START WITH:
JOc, Ginghams for 7c
12 and 15c, Ginghams for J0c,
Fifty stylea to select from. These are positively tho beet values
ever offered in our city.
Laces, Embroideries, India Linens, etc.
Received yesterday, $500 worth of laces, all the latest novelties.
We have put prices on these goods that will be a revelation to tho pub
lic. From the narrow Val Lace at 2c. per yard, up to tho heavy In
sertion for trimmings, the lino is complete. For a flyer, extra wide
Thread Lace 5c, 10c. values. Better como early, as we only have twenty
pieces of it.
HAYS & CO
P. S. See us about Shoes.
The largest selection
ever shown by us
to be found to the highest degree
CO.. maysville, ky..
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111 SUTTON STREET.
A. N. ELLIS, A. M., M. D.
Formerly Clinical Assistant in tho London
Central Throat and Eur Hospital , Prof. Laryn
gology, Cincinnati College Medicine and Burgery
Spaclallit In Dltaases of the Eyo,
Ear and Throat.
Eyes tested and Rlassas ground to order. Of
flco No. 135 West Second St., Maysville, Ky.
New York Store
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