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HVtrflU ' Evening Bulletin. DAILY, KXCfcPT SUNDAY. hosseb & McCarthy, Proprietor. TUESDAY, MAY 31 1004 THE WEATHER BEC01U. IFor the 21 hours ending at 6. TO a. ra ' State of whither Cloudy Hlshott temperature 82 Lowest temperature. CI Mean temtierature 73 Wind direction Southerly Precipitation (Inches) rain or suow Ci Previously reported for May 2 44 Total for May to date 2.47 MAy It, 9.21 a. m Kam lo-nlgM and probably 'tlnetay Call For Democratic Mass Convention. Pursuant to the call of the Democratic Mate Central Committee, the Democrats of Mason County nre notified to meet In mass contention at the court house, Majsvllle, at 2 o'clock p. m , Saturday, June 4th, 1001, to select delegates to the State convention lu LoulsvllIe'Weduesday, June 8 h. 1904, which latter convention will choose delegates to the National couventlon, J. R. RonntsoN, Chairman Mason County Executive Committee. The Democrats of Kentucky who have the interest of the party at heart should attend the masa meetings next Saturday and eee that delegates are selected to the State convention June 8th who are favorable to Hon. J. N. Kehoe for State Chairman. Mr. Kehoe's methods are Jeffersonian and Jacksonian methods. He would be dominated by no ring, his efforts would be directed solely to further the best interests of the party. He thoroughly undiritands the policies of his party, is a man of untiring energy, an organizer of ability; his record iB clean; he is fair and honest and with him as Chairman of the State Central and Executive Committees the party would give its old-time majorities. He is the best man in the State for the posi tion and the Democrats will make a mistake if they fail to elect him. PERSONAL. Mrs. O. T. West is vieiting at Millers burg. Mrs. Thomas Galbraith was in the city Friday. Mr. P. Ryan and daughter were in town Saturday. Dr. Irvine of Tollesboro was in Cin cinnati Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevenson were in town Friday. Mrs. Jacob Roser and daughters were at Washington Sunday. Miss Jennie Wood of Washington was in the city .Monday. Miss Josephinn Walker of Lewis burg ia visiting at Washington. Miss Dora Hall of Coving'on is the guest of Mrs. H. T. Musselman. Dr. Landman, the oculist, will be at the Central Thursday, June 2nd. Mrs. James B. Claybrooke and daugh ter visited at Washington Sunday. Col. Ssm Stairs, the genial editor of the Dover News, was in town Monday. Mr Geo. Galbraith and son of Bridge ville were in town Saturday on business. Mrs. Lee Lovel and daughter are spending the week in Covington, with relatives. Mr. James Smith has returned to Hillsboro, 0., after a visit of several days at Washington. Mrs. Charles Nicholson of Limestone street is at home after a visit to her daughter in Newport. Mrs. Dan Mitchell of Carlisle is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trouts of Market street. Mrs. Kate Golden of Newport spent Sunday with her relative, Mr. Martin Hanley, of Market street. Rev. Dr. John Barbour has returned from Buffalo where he attended the Pres byterian General Assembly. Mr. E. R. Hord of Chicago is hero visiting relatives and f'iendsi He is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J B. Noyes. Miss Florence Dodeon of Lexington has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Dodson. Mrs. Bettie Smoot, formerly of this city, is spending the summer with Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smoot of Richmond. Mrs. Frederick Hoffman and sister, Dorothy Kirk, of Cincinnati, are visiting their parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirk, of Forest avenue. . Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Poe were in town Saturday. .Mr. Poe is related to 'Squire Thomas Poe, famous as the old est Magistrate in Indiana. Messrs. Keith F. Adamson of this city and J. J. Archdeacon of Mayslick are among the State College cadets at tending the World's Fair. Judges G. S. Wall and 0. D. Newell, Circuit Clerk Isaac Woodward and County Clerk Clarence L. Wood were in Cincinnati on business Monday. Under the annual readjustment of sal aries of presidential postmasters these changes have been made in Kentucky: Increase, Berea, Central City, Leitchfleld, $1,300 to $l,400;Cloverport, Jackson, Fal mouth, $1,200 to $1,400; Fulton' $1,500 to $2,000; Hickman, $1,500 to $1,000; Louisa, $1,200 to $1,300; Augusta, $1,400 to $1,500. Decrease, Barbourville, $1,400 to $1,300; Bardstown, $1,000 to $1,500 ; Catlettsburg, $1,800 to $1,700. Cumberland Presbyterians have raised $900,000 of the $1,000,000 centennial fund in honor of the 1910 anniversary. Mr. Walter G. Green has been pro moted to the position of Assistant uuder Superintendent R eenham of the West ern and houtheru L'fe Insurance Com PMU" Mr Geo. F. Brown, formerly cf this city, has been elected Grant! Secretary of the Grand Council of the United Com mercial Traveleis for his third term. The Grand Council will meet next year at Charleston, W. Va. The engaeement is announced of Miss Margaret Graves Wolverton, of Lexing ton, to the 'Rev. H. D C. Maclachlan, of Shelbyvill9. The wedding will be cele brated June 7. The couple will spend part of the summer in Scotland on a bridal trip, and on returning will reside in Shelbyville. The entire plant of the Aphland Daily Independent weut up in flames Satur day. The losa is $15,000, partly covered by insurance. The Independent was the the only paper in the city, and its owners, G. F. Friel and B. F. Forgey, expect to install new machinery and continue the business. The Bulletin regrets to learn of their misfortune. Plans are entertained by the Educa tional Boards of the Louisville Confer ence and the Kentucky Conference for combining the gift of Mrs. Fannie Speed with the facilities of the Kentucky Wes leyan College, of Winchester, to make a larger and more thorough institution. Mrs. Speed's gift is estimated at between $250,000 and $300,000. Mies Lucy Lee of East Third street contributed a very interesting article to the May number of The Register, the of ficial organ of the Kentucky State His torical Society, published at Frankfort. The number also contained a very full and able account of the Gubernatorial occupancy of the Executive Mansion, a familiar landmark of Frankfort. John Bear of Ironton was taken to the Cincinnati Hospital Saturday suffering from a bullet wound that may cause his death. He sas he was shot last April by his sweetheart, Mary Sbepperd. The woman had become jealoua of him. Bear recently passed down on a shantyboat, and stopped for a few days at Aberdeen. He was in a serious condition at that time. Katherine, the eleven -months -old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zwei gart of Newport, died Sunday at the home of her grandmother Mrs. Catherine Veith of that city. Death resulted from teething troubles which affected the brain. The funeral takes plfce this afternoon in Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Zweigart's many Maysville friends tender their sympathy. The annual commencement exercises of Miss Gordon's Training School will be held Thursday evening, Juno 2nd, at S o'clock at Washington Opera House. A class of seven will receive diplomas, as follows: Sarah Catherine Bryant, Mar garet Davis Rice, Bertie Katherine Tau!- bee, Addison Lee Baldwin,Williani Henry Wadsworth, John Keith Browning, Wil liam Winslow Ball. Mrs. Princess Long of Lexington, who has grained a wide reputation as a sweet vocaliBt, will spend next Sunday in Mays ville and will sing at the Children's Day service at the Christiian Church in the evening. She will also Bing at the morn ing service at this church. Mrs. Long possesses a voice of unusual power and sweetness and her singing next Sunday will afford the people of Maysville and J vicinity an opportunity to enjoy a rare treat in the way of sacred music. Tickets to the commencement exercises of Miss Gordon's Training School will be on sale at Ray's Wednesday morning. The program to be given by the pupils is varied and interesting. Dr. Carter Helm Jones, one of the most eloquent and popular pulpit orators in the State, will address the graduating class. Miss Wadsworth, who never fails to attract and delight an audience, will sing. Instru mental music by Maysville's popular or chestra. Secure your seats early. Ad mission 25 cents. NATIVE OF MAYSVILLE. Death Claims Mrs. Dr. Sturdevant of Cin cinnati Her Sisters Crit ically ill. Mrs. Elizabeth Sturdevant, wife of Dr. S. F. Sturdevant, diod Monday at her home in Cincinnati of heart disease, aged sixty-three. The funeral takes place Wednesday at 8 a. m. at St. Edwards Church, that city. Interment at Spring Grove. Mrs. Sturdevant was a Miss Cogan and waa born and raised in Maysville. She was a niece of the late John Shea, and leavea many relatives in Maysville, among them Mrs. Jos. Meyer of the Sixth ward who is a niece, She also leaves one brother Mr. John Cogan, for merly of Mayslick, and two sisters, Mrs. Granvillo Schwartz of Blue Licks and Mre. Wm, McCormick of Lexington. Her sisters are both at the point of death. IT1SAHAHER OF HEALTH MAKING POWDER .Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE EASY WAY TO CUKE CATAKUH. Breathe Hyomei and Kill All Catarrhal Germs "Money Back if it Fails," Say J. J. Wood & Son. There ia no dangerous stomach drug ging when using Hyomei. The healing and aromatic balsama which compose this wonderful treatment are breathed through a neat pocket inhaler that comes with every $1 outfit. In this way the germ-killing and health giving Hyomei penetrates tp the most remote cells of the lungs. It searches out and kills dieease germs in the air paBBagea of the head, throat and nose, soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane, and absolutely drives catarrh from the system. Such remarkable results have followed the use of Hyomei by the best people in Maysville that J. J. Wood & Son have the greatest confidence in its power to cure catarrh. They believe in it so thor oughly that they will give their personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure, the purchaser to be the sole judge. This is an unusual offer and the first time that any medicine or treatment for the cure of catarrh has been sold in thiB way. If it cures, the expense is trifling, while if it fails, the cost ia absolutely nothing. If you are fortunate enough not to be troubled with catarrh, tell your friends of J. J. Wood & Son's offer and get them to take advantage of it. READ ALL THIS. Yon Never Know tlio Moment When This Information May Prove of Infinite Value. It is worth considerable to any citizen of Maysville to know how to be cured of painful, annoying and itching piles. Know then that Doan's Ointment is a positive remedy for all itchiness of the skin, for piles, eczema, etc. One applica tion relieves and soothes. Read this tes timony of its merit: Mr. J. O. Gabby of 925 East Second street says: "For many years I sufl'ered severely from itching hemorrhoids. I bought every remedy I heard of, but do what I might the trouble grew worse in stead of better. It was particularly ag gravating after I retired and I lost much Bleep because of the intense itching. I had the good fortune to learn of Doan's Ointment and I bought a box at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drugstore. The wonderful relief I obtained from its use was almost beyond belief. I soon felt that I was cured. I continued the treatment for a time, however, to make assurance doubly Bure." For sale by all dealers ; price 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name DOAN'S and take no substitute. HOME-GROWN Strawberries Aro now coming. As usual, my arrangements wih the most experienced gtowers in the Ohio Vnlley will enable mo to placo on the market within two Itourt after leaving tho patches the finest, freshest and most delicious fruit that comes to this market. On account of the back ward spring tho season this year will be a short one, so get your supplies promptly and avoid getting loft. As tho season progresses my house will be headquarters for all kinds of fruits in quantities largo and small, always full measure, wholesale and retail. The finest, largest, clean est and most attractive stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries In Northeastern Kentucky. 1'ure, un adulterated goods a specialty. TELEPHONE 83. R. R LOVEL Tho Leading Grocer. NEW FIRM! The firm of Rains Bros, have succeeded that of J, II. Rains &. Co. and lu order to settle up tho bustuess of the old firm would like for those ow ing or baying accounts agaluBt them to please call aud have a settlement. iM) RAINS DR09. Mr, Willson January remains very ill. New A magnificent assortment, wonderful of dpslgnp. Equipped with a thorough knowledge of values we bought our Garnets, Mattinea and Rugs with tho determination to sell and to undersell. How well wo succeeded a visit here will promptly demonstrate. IN CARPETS. Velvets Extra high pile. Tapestry All-wool surface. Tapestry .bxtra ueavy quality. ' Tapestry Best quality, all standard makes. Axminster Heaviest and best qualities.. Roval Wilton Thick. deeD nile. the carpet of durability. Ingrains Yard wide, reversible fast colors, Brussels designs. RUGS. SMYRNA Both sides alike, on for sunshine, one forstormy weather. vLots of bright color. Oriental designs. 75c. to $5. VELVET Soft colore or strong aajou prefer. There's a world of wear in these handsome rugs. $1 to $10. MATTINGS. More new and stylish patterns than over. Any color Bcheme can be matched from this wealth of display. Floral, inlaid, stripe, carpet and block designs. 12jc. to 50c. yard. ART SQUARES $2J to $25. The modest Ingrain Square in tasteful designs, $2 to $7&. Handsome Brussels Squares $10 to $25. STAMPED With the approval of legion delighted owners are onr premiums. Books are re redeemed every day and new ones begun. $25 is a limit soon reached, when tho pennies are directed to that goal. D. HUNT "BUSTER BROWN" Collars and Windsor's Ties in to-day. See window display to-morrow. STRAW HATS Extra epecial: One-piece genuine Panama $5.00. Coats and Pants for young men, $7.50 to $15. The New Clothing shop. & GEO. H. i The One Big eeacovaeees" RED MEN'S SUMMER Maysville, June 13 to 18. AUSPICES WYANDOTTE TRIBE NO. 3, I. 0. R. M. The "Pike" of the St. Louis Exposition here at home on the streets, with FOURTEEN HIGH-CLASS SHOWS furnished by the famous Robinson Amusement Company, endorsid in the highest terms by the citizens of Paris, Ashland and Lexington as good, wholesome, entertaining and instructive. 6-Big Free Attractions --8 including NICK CARTER, the world's greatest high diver; MLLE OROCCO, Queen of the Spiral Tower? the wonderful KEETCH FAMILY of Acrobats and Aerialists. Daily concerts by Olivette's Royal Italian Band. Beautiful fireworks display each night. Tuesday, Redmen's parade with over a thousand Indians in war paint and feathers in liae. Thursday, Merchants' Parade. Friday, Paughcaughnaughsinque. Saturday Indian trail, showing how palefaces are captured and made Indians: Every day a big day. Come early and stay late. You can't afford to miss this grand gala week. Come, meet your friends and enjoy yourself. Trials of Motherhood 325 Broad Street. Puiladelpuia, Pa., Jane 12, 1903. I suffered for nine years with ovarian troubles making life a burden to myself as well as to my family. During that time I had two miscarriages and although we longed for a child to bless our home this seemed impossi ble. I had constant racking bearing-down pains in the pelvio organs and a pulling through my limbs with frequent headaches. I felt sick at my stomach and vomited frequently and no medicino helped mo until I tried Wine of Cardul. Then my general health improved, tho pains gradually lessened and after 18 weeks I was well. I am now tho happy mother of a boy eighteen months old and my husband Joins mo in sending heartfelt thanks to you for your splondid medicine. , s Without, I would have been a A. . rfc tsttj,s7M&ta. childless, instead of a happy tfti&&X&U4'4x2?1' and well mother. Chaplain, Bt. Akdiibw's Association. Wine o Cardui is tho most successful menstrual regulator. By regulating menstruation, Wino of Cardui banishes inflammation from tho entire femalo organism and tho strengthened ligaments bring tho organs back to their proper place. This is what Wino of Cardui did for Mrs. Nirdlingcr. It banished tho racking pains and burning inflammation and brought her relief. t Sho was restored to health and strength and gives Wino of Cardui tho credit of making her ablo to becomo a happy mother. This medicino equips a woman for every duty of wifehood and motherhood. Thero are many suf fering women who think that health can never bo theirs because they cannot secure tho services of a great specialist, but wo want to say right hero that while Mrs. Nirdlingcr lives in Philidelphia, a great medical center, sho depended on Wmo of Cardui for a euro and she was cured. This samo medicine is within your reach, Will you take it? All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wino of Cardui. Groceries at cost to close out. Mas, L. McDaniel. Coverings! conjurings of color, marvelous diversity t, & SON. FRANK & CO. a Event of 1904 POWWOW CARNIVAL 1CHW Jamea Jordan, colored, died Saturday at Washington and waa buried Sunday. NT J vfjL f 1 4 "4 d V ' A vj sr , l i . rS"Ti. Vffi&k ? jt "i i l.iL "IV. , i i -"