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n"" 3PW" vt -"v r-1 ip" 1 h?ptw ttt qr-j,i fww w 'jwi wwini -jywrwyyi'gr-y',iBy,g' "w V K !V h K v t If -i Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. UOSSEIl & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11.1904 THE WEATHER RECORD. I For the 24 hours ciidln? at 6:30 a. m.l State of weather.. Cloudy UlgneM temperature i 'M Lowest temperature 9 Mean temperature ......,.i.. 19 5 Wind dlrcctlou .Northeasterly Precipitation (Inches) rain or snow 00 Previously reported for February 79 Total for February to date 79 Feb. ll'h. 9:31 a. m.Fnir, continued coUl to iiUjM. Friday fair, nvrnur In extreme trateni jw- Hon. . i i PEKSHN41,. Mrs. R. L D.iwson has returned from a visit at Dayton, 0. Editor Stairs, of the Dover was in Maysville Wednesday. News, Miss Jennie Rudy is veiling, her sis ter, Mrs. Alvin Wulliugford, of Rich mond. , Mrs. George Tettitt, of New York, after visiting Mrs. John Walsh, left Wed nesday for Lexington. Mrs.J. W. dinger, who has been vi'e iting at Point Pleasant, W. Va., is expect ed home iu a few days. River News. The Bonanza passed up last night for Pomeroy. Keystone State up to-night for Pitts burg and Tacoma for Pomeroy. Tbe towboat Bellovue, which was sunk on the Louisville Falls by the ice a week ago, has been raised. Tbe rise from Pittsburg reached here . lost night, and with it the heavy ice that has been running out of above that point. the streams The run of ice has been so heavy out of the Allegheny and Monongahela that the coal shipments from Pittsburg have been delayed. The river is falling at that point, after reaching a stage of twenty-one feet. About 20,000,000 bushels of coal is ready for shipment. There's XothinRXew. The delicate operation of trephining was known to thd neolithic age," when men lived in caves and fought with etone ham mers. Savage tribes perform the same operation today. Eighty per cent of the casee treated in New Britain with a piece of 'etone or shell as a surgeon'd knife recover. George Washington's famous Bet of false teeth, which fitted bo badly that they gave his mouth the square look noted in his later portraits, were almost the only ones in the country in his day. The art of making them had been redis covered f r perhaps the hundredth time by a French doctor. Yet false teeth have been found in Etruscan graves made long bf fore the histor'c period. The newest model of "double saucepan," to prevent food from burning while being cooked, has been dug up in the ruins of Pompeii. An ancient vase in a Roman museum, made no one knows when and represent ing Homer's heroes resting during the period of the Trojan war, represents one of the young fellows as busy with a "punching bag" hung at tho limb of a tree. Every Etli Wath Thtolen. Exchange. "We are thorry to thay," explained the editor of a weekly paper in Texas, "that our com pothing-room wath entered latlit night by thome unknown thcoundrel, who thtole every eth in the ethtablith ment and thucceeded in making hith ethcape undetected. "It hath been impothible of courthe to procure a new thupply of etheth in time for thith iththue, and we are tbuth com pelled to go to press iu a thituation motht embarrathing and ditbtrething; but we thee no other courthe to purthue than to make thbe betht thtagger wo can to get along without the mithing letter, and we therefore print the 'Newth' on time regardleth of the loth thuth tained. "The motive, of tho mitherablo mith creant ith unknown to uth, but doubt leth wath revenge for thome thuppothed inthult. "It thall never bo thaid that tbe petty tbpite of the thmall-thouled villain hath dithabled the 'Newth.' If thith meetth tho eye of the detethable ratlical, we beg to athuro him that ho underethtimateth the rethourceth of a firth-clath newth paper when he tbinkth he can cripplo it hopoletbly by breaking into tho alphabet.' "We take occathion to thay to him, furthermore that before next Thurlhday we will have three timeth ath many' etheth ath he thtole." Miss Maiy Peckfnpaugh, of Per.k inpaugh, Ky., is to, exhibit soma of hor handsome embroidery at tho World's Fair. -.! ' ' ' t PpYNTjs Bros, aro the only 'Maysvillo distillers selling pure liquors by the quart, gallon' or barrel, direct; from dis tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old whisky $2 per gallon, Ago and quality guaranteed. Got tho beat. Offico 120 Market street Watson's old stand. RAiSE JiORE POULTRY. The Ilt'ii KrinpHlio Farmer the Greatest lU'turus Upon the Capital In vested. fW. C. Ellleou tn Wilmington 40) Democrat J To the average person the American ben is a very insignificant factor in the business world. We are sorry to make the following statement, but neverthe less ft is true that quite often we hear farmers remark that "there is no money' in chickens, .but it is employment for the wtnian folks." If the poultry was eliminated from the farms, not only would the breakfast be served without coffee, and the many other luxurhs and necessities of the household be found wanting, but the bankruptcy uttorney would find it nt-ceeaary to increase his of fice force to attend to his enormous busi ngs. Did you, as a f irrrn r, over stop to think that eggs are refined wheat, oats, corn, graes, etc, and they contain much that on the farm (without the hen) would go to waste? la the Winter a basket of fifty dozen will bring more money thdn a load of bay, which took a largo patch of ground to grow, a team to cut, a horse and man to rake, two men to stack, and a te,am and, wagon to take it to market. Statis tics tell ub that the American hen earn ed $200,600,000 during the year 1900 enough money to buy all the gold and silver mined, and in addition all the wool clips, potatoes, rye and barley produced that year. Thus you see she has given an excellent account of hersolf. The man who falsely accuses the hen of being non-profitable, if accompanied home, you would not wonder at his adser- tions The thermometer hovering about zero, you find his poultry roosting in trees, on wagons, fences, etc., with no covering or protection pave the blue IF THEY REALLY Why Don't They Form an Alliance and Start a Popular War? canopy cf heaven. In tho davtime they quench their thirst by eating snow or drinking water from a frozen cow'd track in the barn yerJ. Their food is" just what they find, and this is usually corn. Is it any wonder, under thp circum stances, that the hen is branded as nou profitable? Chemical analysis ( f corn and eggs do not compare favorably. Consequently corn is not a rich egg producer. Oats is tbe richest food we have in egg produc ing properties; hence should bo our principal food. Wheat is second on the list. All grain fed to poultry should be thrown in litters, so es to induce exer cise, for next to food this is tbe impor tant factor. A, good system of feed, and ono used by some of tho largest poultry farmers, is as follows ; O.ita in the morn ing, wheat at noon and corn in evening. A mash compoEod of equal parts of corn meal and wheat bran, fed three or four times per week, of mornings. Grit, duBt bath and freBh water should be kept be fore them at all times. Jf obtainable, green cut bono is the most nutritious food extant and should bo fed evory feed. Mr. W. H, Means has sold a lot at Flemingsburg to Mr. Joseph Power for $1,250. Green's Administrator vs. 91. and U.S., Affirming the above case1 from Green up, the Court of Appeals says : . Whore appellant's intestato attempted to swing upon a moving frelghti train and la doing bo slipped, falling under ,tho, cv wblqh crushed him to,dcatb, there being no proof of negllgonco on tho part of tho servants in cbargo of tho train.' a peremptory Instruction to find for appellee In an action against It for damages was proper. Whllo Section SIS, Civil Code, authorizes tho trial court to allow a view of the placo of tho accident by tho Jury, It does; not compel tbo court to grant such view, and It Js In the discre tion of tbo court to grant or refuso It. W. T. Cole, A, D. Cole for appellant; E. L. Worthington, W. H. Wadsworth for appellee. THE KING'S MARYS. (Lula Clark Markhatn In Christian Standard ) MARY Of NAZARETH. With bated breath and nwe-flllod eyes. I gazed Up" from mo lilies starlug wonder-whitu, Watching with me tbe angel's silvery (light Straight ou Into tbe glory lhatoulblazod From gates ajar to let him pass ; all dnzed And shaken by tbe wondrous sound and sight. Ah I had I heard the messenger aright Whoso holy lips my simple life had praised? This was the meaning of my lifelong dream, My cntlent striving after Durltv The Hope of Israel ou ray breast to lie, God's own Anointed coming to redeem. He said jny htactitlll quivers with tbe wo That 1 should bo tbo mother of the Lord I MARY OF BETHANY. I took my alabaster box of rare , And fragrant spikenard as Ho sat at meat, And poured it out upon his tired feet Then wiped them tenderly with my long hair. Ono who, wI'U dark, derisive face, sat there, itebuked my lav'shglft with scornful beat, Aud Martha, deeming my hasty act unmeet, Frowned on me, pausing 'mid her household care- But He 1 He turned bis sweet, benignant gaze Upon pie where 1 knelt, and other' praise Or blame was naught, -lie spaku words strange and sad Which heavy with dark portent seemed to fall; I! ut 'raid my fears I was so glad, ko glad, Because I loved Him and had given my all, MARY JUODALENi;. Ho was not there! my last, lorn hone was dead. I badso longed with nardand balm and myrrh, iu uuuiui iuu puur, utui&eu iurui,uuu wipu iuu biur Of blood and thorn-stains from the loved head ; But lie was gone I I stood uncomforted, Blind with my grief, outside tbe sepulchre, Aud seemed to bear the silken, skyward wbir Of those strange visitants who watched bis bed. When, lo J a Voice from out tbe dewy gloom Said tenderly: "Woman, why wee pest thou 7" Trembling, I saw tho'calm, familiar brow, And, kucellng rapturous 'mong the garden bloom, Icffed, "Kabbonl!" lovingly and low. And knew mv Lord as'Conqueror o'er tbe tomb, Maysville, Ky. Jury Disagreed in the Jerry Brace Case. The trial of Jerry Bruce, of Aberbeen, for the killing of Peter Grant, at a rail road camp below Lpvanna last fall, was held at Georgetown last week. The case was hotly contested and resulted in a disagreement of the jury, Bruce was re leased on his own recognizance Monday and came home. It is not likely that he will be tried again soon or ever, says the Ripley Ben. WANT TO FIGHT, The ladies of the First Baptist Church will eorve dinner Tobacco Fair Day in tbe room adjoining Calhoun's on Second street. Dinner 25 cents. Tbe case of the Commonwealth against Dick Jackson, indicted with Clarence Thomaa for the murder of Dave Daily, was continued till tho'next term of court. Thomas got a life sentence, and Jackson has not beon anxious for a trial at this term. In tho Circuit Court this morning;, Judge Harbeson pasaed sentence on Elsie Owens, Clarence Thomas, Neal Potts, all colored, and also on Mary Oil ford and Thomaa Lo.wory, all of whom have been convicted at the present term and given sentences in tbe penitentiary. The coal shipments over tho Chesa peake and Ohio for the six months end ing December 31 laBt reached 2,740,512 bus, an increase of 1,517,674 tons over tho shipments for tho corresponding period of the preceding year. Tho coke shipments were 177,700 tons, an increase of 34,557 tons. i i The latest news from Mr. Ed, Glenn, who was sandbagged and robbed in St. Liouta somo days ago; la a mtlo more hopeful. His jaw was broken by the blow dealt him by the robbers, and it was feared for a time that blood poison ing would result. His wife left Wednes day for St. Louis, to bo with him. Ohas. G. Crosby, of Calumot, Mich., a former Ripley boy, has struck it rich in somo copper mining stock that bo owna. Ho has been offered $150,000 for his holdings, Bays the Bee, and has con cluded to sell and movo to California and live qt his eaBO. Mr, Crosby has a number of relatives in this city and county, being a cousin of the late MrB. Jacob Marsh. Line nReig Superb examples of the linen weaver's art are now on display in our Btpre and windows. It is an unusual gathering, oven for us a fit celebration -of the first lln'eq sale fn trjo new store,. The lustre, richness, quality and beauty of these ex--quisito linens cannot fail to delight women of taste. It is rare to find in a town this sizo such a broad display of handsome .linens, and at prices so reasonable, They are well worth Boeing, oven if you do not care to buy. Some items. t Circular Tablecloth, with center of superb Irish linen and deep hand made, genuine GTuny lace insertion. Finished with exquisite 12-inch Oluny lace Bhapcd border. Price $50. Tabic toaniaslc $2$ a Yartl, in a charming variety of now and artistic patterns. Each piece is clew bleached on the emerald grass of Ireland. No chemi cals ever weakened, a thread,. Match Napkins for every pattern $5 dozen. Napkins '.C a Dozcu The quality that speaks emphatically. A glance or touch will reveal the beauty of these napkins to the most inexperienced linen judge. And their excellence will fast through more than one generation. $1J Towels Snowy satin damask in all pver or border designs, beautifully hemstitched with handsome drawn work above the hem. Centerpieces $5 All linan Renaissance lace or linen center with Ren aissanca lace border every thread pure linen. Luncheon Cloths $12J Fine Irish linen centers bordered with deep genuine Gluny lace edge. D. HUNT & SON. The Hon. John Wanamaker writes: "Mrs. Elizabeth deBarrio Gill has been repeatedly recalled to Bethany Church to give her recitals in eonga and interpretive readings, and she has always greatly delighted the large audiences present. It gives me added pleasure to Bay she is very highly esteemed in Philadelphia to my personal knowledge " JOHN WANAMAKER, Superintendent Bethany Presbvterian Sunday Sclrool. Philadelphia, September 1, 1003. Benefit Y. M. O. A. at Christian Church Wedneeday, Feb 24th. 25c. admission. mM mmmmmaKmi PUBLIC SALE! I will sell at public auction on tbo premises where I now reside, belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Steers, situated one and one-half miles west of Lewlsburg, ou tho Hore Bhowturnpike, in Masou County, Ky., on Thursday, February 25th, 1304, I eglnnlng at 1 o'clock p. m., tho folio wine mod- erty, to-wlt : Two extra good farm Mares, ono Jersey Cow, soon to be fresh, two yearling Jersey Heifers, two brood Sows, one farm Wagon, one bay Shelving, one Wheat Drill, one BeamU To bacco Setter (new), ono seven foot Deoring Bind er, one Sled, four sets of work Harness, Plows, Harrow, I'ostbole Digger, Hoes, Forks, Shovels, fcc. My farming Implements are all new. TERMS. All sums. of 810 and under; cash In band ; all sums over that amount a credit of six. months will bo given. Note with approved se curity requirtd. Terms of salo must be com plied with before tho property is moved away. H. H. R03SER. II. C. Hawkins, Auctioneer. HAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Maysville People Entlius .'. iastic. No wonder scores of Maysville people grow enthusiastic. It is enough to make anyone happy to find relief after years of suffering. Public statements like the following are but truthful representa tions of the daily work dono in Mays ville by Doan's Kidney Pills. Mr. W. H. Paul, of Market street near Third, says : "I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drugstore, corner of West Second and Market streets, and one box cured mo of painB in my back and other evidences of a dis ordered condition of the kidneys that had given me much trouble for' two years or more. This statement of fact is the strongest endorsement Doan's Kid ney Pills could have as to their wonder ful value." For sale by all dealers. Prico 50 cents a box. Fostor-Mflbur'n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name "DOAN'S and take no substitute. Tobacco Sales in Bourbon. fl'arls Kentuckian, Wm. Williams sold to French, tho Continental buyer, 50,000 pounds at 9 cents straight. Walter and Clarence itenney sold fo Abneo & Mussinon 14,000 pounda at 10 cents straight. T. J. Redmond Bold to J. D. itaoth, 22, 000 pounds of tobacco at lOcj to Abneo & MuBsinon, 10,000 at 9c; to French, 5,000 at 8 cents. O. M. Clay and Geo. M. Itoso & Brb. sold their crop of 42,000 pounds of tobac co to Hisle, of Carlislo, for tho Conti nental, at 10 cents, or 4,109.50 for tho crop. i i i Mr. Andy Madden, of Jersey Ridge, sold 3,500 pounds of tobacco to tho Continental-agent at this point at 10 cents. ns! aatwa m m i jtimmxs 9WM rrwrntmTvrmwmiiWwrm MR. MIDDLEMAN'S HEAD CUT OFF. Our Motto: Direct From Manufacturer to Con sumerThe Smith S Nixon Piano Co. Opon Permanent Branch at Maysville, Ky. The Smith & Nixon Piano Co. last week per fected arrangements with Messrs. John I. Winter & Co. to look after their interests in Northeastern Kentucky, with Maysville as distributing point. A superb stock of instruments will hereafter be carried in Maysville, Ky., at tbo store of John I. Winter & Co. Mr. Claiko P. Hanna has been employed to give his entire attention to sales and contract work, .and we feel that tbe citizens of Maysville, as well as tbe dealers throughout this territory, are to be congratulated upon securing Mr. Ilanna's serv ccs for a long acquaintance has taught you confidence in this gentleman's methods. Professor Milton B. Mawhorter, the eminent composer and tnorough artist, from Culver, Ind., has been employed to give his entire attention to entertainment and exhibition work. Professor Mawhorter needs no Introduction, no will be remembered by all as that prince of entertainers wbo appeared each night during the week of free concerts given by John I. Winter & Co, early In January of this year. With Mr. Hanna to look after coutracts and Professor Mawhorter to entertain, we feel that our Maysville branch will receive conscientious attention. Wo will seive you well. The Smith & Nixon Piano Co., bear in mind" always, are manufacturers of piauos, and under their arrangement with John f. Winter A Co., have entirely eliminated the middleman. Their pianos come to you direct from manu facturer to consumer. A saving of from So0 to 5 150. You act as tbo agent and savo the commission by buying direct of tho manufacturers. Do you see tbo point? Terms will bo easy, Ym can own a fine piano by paying a small amount each week. Al together you will ilud our Maysville branch quite a con venience as well as effecting a great saving. THE SMITH S NIXON PIANO COMPANY, By John I. Winter & Co., General Agents. Commissioner's SALE MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Fannlo Barry, Admx. & als., Plaintiffs. Against r Equity. 4 It. , A. Carr & al., Ueieiidants.' In obedience to a judgement and order of sale of the .Mason Circuit Conn, rondered in tho ?,.v? onUoned cause at the February term; 1901, 1 shall, on Tjfiurtday, February 18, 190r4, nl n .l.,.t. i i uciuck p.m., on mo premises, pr the premises, proceed to 80" at pumio auction, to the highest bidder, on ider, Iniri Huwituiuuunuu iwu veurs. in munwinn years, tho following real property( to-wlt All that certain tract oflanii lying ana belncr in Mnnnn fVmntv. ir.n.i., 1(!,iltla.t 5 th0 Tay'Pr'8 Mlll turnplko roai,' being lotTfo.2 on tho nlat ofYdiuuini. f ., lands of Peter Lashbrooke, deceased, among his devlseeaand bounded as follows: Beginning at 12 on said plat at a white oak. corner to lorNo. v flow?.st0,?be,i k. a,rant nuu ""itiing thence TOlC S-So?n',crS,er,.,, ?? p. 1 and C: thence 8. stf. E. 4 poles, 18 links to a stono at fleuro 81 ; thence along north side of stono fence 8. 33H, E. 33 poles. 4 links to a stone standing 2 llnksnorth of said 'onco at figure 3; theuco, 5CK,E 7 links to a stone at figure 49: thence N. wA E. 119 poles, 10 ronod8anOdi?0pof!nn,Dg: CntaUe W " The purchaser must be preparod to,promptly execute bond.w th approved security, for the pur chase price, which bond shall bear legal interest from day of salo until paid, iui.sv C. BURGESS TAYLOR, m tv 'r , ... Master Commissioner. W.D. Cochran, Attorney for Plalntfls. .....TAKE AN., Accident Policy Before You Slip! W. HOLTON KEY, Agent. Omco: Whlto Building, op. Bank of Maysville. flev. John Barbour left this morn ing to attend tho meeting at Lexington of tho Trustees of Central University. Dr. Molloy will lead the prayer meeting at First Presbyterian Church to-night. . ...I. .. y.Jy .J-mJL-r&.,L i.JiJL.V.Mb&a -.. V . h -2. . h.uu.. .A'Sr '-J!l I.1" p Ji-V ..