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m i w 1 j -- ai 'rV ' it. Wr if' "t . ' ' . if. ', fry ' 1 J- J THE GREAT SALE CONTINUES Until Saturday night, and every day this week we give THREE DOLLARS' worth of Stamps with ONE DOLLAR'S worth of goods. Since our last advertisement we received 1500 yards of Silk, worth 85c to $1 50, on sale at 49c yatd. Received Monday morning a beautiful open work Madras, for waists and suits, worth 35c, on sale at J2jc. OUR LAWNS and SUITINGS GO FOR LESS THAN COST 35c to 69c goods for 25c, 25c goods for 15c, 19c goods for 12 c, 15c to J2jc goods for 10c, 10c goods for 7c, 5c goods for 4c. JP3?Come to the store that sets the -pace. I jVLSxtZ HEAVY DAMAGES ASKED In a Suit Growing Oat of the Lynching of William Thacker at Flciuingsbnrg a Year Ago. Snit for $50,000 damages, growing out of the lynching of Wm. Thacker at Flemingsburg, -was filed in the Federal Court in Covington Tuesday. The plaintiffs are Robert Thacker and others against George Gordon, date, Charles and Labe Farrow and others. Plaintifls aver that on July 14, 1903, the defendants conspired together and killed Wm. Thacker, father of the plain tifls, by striking him with a crowbar, sledge hammer, gun barrel and other deadly weapons, and that on account of the loss of his protection and main tenance they file this action. ' Thacker was convicted and sent to the penitentiary for killing young Gordon near Mt. Caimel, but the Court of Ap peals reversed the case, abd he was brought back to Flemingsburg for a new trial. Before court convened, however, be was taken from the jail one night and banged. His family have threatened to bring suit for damages for some time. River News. Keystone State and Tacoma up to night. Stanley down. There is some talk of building a new packet for the Pitteburg-Cincinnati Packet Company, to enter the trade next summer. The Greenland will make two more excursion trips to the exposition at St. Louis, and will run aa much longer as the water permits. The packets are all doing a good busi ness and the owners of the different lines are much pleased at the way the water is holding out this season, which has been so far one of the best for several years. 1 1 The funeral of Rev. George Daraie, paBtor of the Christian Church in Frank fort, who died suddenly in Chicago, while under the influence of an anaes thetic, will be held this afternoon. The burial will be in the Frankfort Cemetery. The eervices will be conducted by A. Mc Lean, President of the Foreign Mission Board of the Christian Church. The body will lie in state from 12 o'clock to-day until the hour of the funeral in the Christian Church of Frankfort. Mr. Darsie conducted a meeting in Maysville some years ago, and had many friends here. The Mt. Sterling Advocate pays him this tribute: "So far as we know there is not, In the Christian Church in the United States, a man who in all the departments of church work and in individual attainment and char acter, in public favor and love, who is the superior of Geo. Darsie. In State and national assemblies among his brethren ho has been a shining light and tower of strength." lu Social Circles. Miss Sallie Milton Hall entertained laat evening at the handsome homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Hall, of Forest avenue, in honor of her couain, Miss Hall, of Pittsburg. The evening was spent in music and dancing, proving delightfully enjoyable through out. There was no improvement iu the con dition of MIbs Sallie Lamb at last ac counts. . . . . i . . The sale of stock &c. at the Mr. D. B. Mitchell place near Carlisle was attended by a largo crowd, and everything brought fair prices, The Btallion Olearmont Chief waa bought by Mr. Alex. Duke of Mayalick for $500. ! BROS. Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart mell's. Breakfast food and strawberries. Cal houn's. Persona wanting a good piano buy Ger brich's. Mr. M. A. O'Hare is ill at his home on Limestone street. Mrs. T. K. Proctor is quite ill at her home on Forest avenue. A new line of wall paper at reduced prices for this month at Hainline's. Dyas Scott has sold his farm near Clay ton, O., and will locate near Orangeburg. Jesse Holton and Julia Simpson, color ed, have been granted marriage license. The wife of Deputy Sheriff Mackey has returned from Martinsville, Ind., greatly improved in health. Rev. T. S. Buckingham will begin a pro tracted meeting at the Lawrence Creek Church next Sunday. i E. A. Ham, formerly of this city, has purchased a farm of sixty-one acres near Flemingsburg for $5,400. The meeting at Lawrence Creek Church, mentioned elsewhere, will begin Satur day night instead of Sunday. i i Mrs. James N. Kehoe, who was seri ously ill Wednesday morning, was bet ter this morning and is improving. Rev. Dr. Scudder of Carlisle was able to preach last Sunday, but is again con fined to his home with an attack of ery sipelas. . Sunday school workers are reminded thatthe annual convention of the County Union will be held at Shannon Church next Saturday. A. H. Thompson, M. Brown and Charles Vicroy were appointed Wed nesday to appraise the property aaaigned by Jos. H. Lawrence. - t ...I The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth Setters were brought hero Wednesday from Cin cinnati for burial. She died July 12th, aged about seventy years. The Endeavor society of the Christian Church invites all the other young peoples societies of the city to meet with them next Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. .. The first of the series of union services will be held at the Christian Church next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Molloy of Central Presbyterian Church will preach. A large force of bands are pushing the work on the big tobacco plant in the East End. The lot is being leveled, and will soon" be ready for the foundation. The brick for the building are being delivered. . Mr. O. T. Marsh of Charleston Bottom brought to the Bulletin office this morning a freak in the vegetable line a twin cymling, almost perfect in forma tion and almost exact counterparts in size and shape. The Flemingsburg Telephone Co. has begun work on a line to Carlisle. The line will pass through Eliziville, E wing, Cowan, Pleasant Valley and when com pleted will afford a direct connection with all points throughout Central Ken tucky. The Bulletin acknowledges receipt of a complimentary to tho first meeting of the Park's Hill assembly and the thirty third annual meeting at Deoring camp ground, beginning Aug. 4th, and closing Ang. 15th.' Dr. Bowling of Jackson, Miss., will havo charge, and Rev. Dr. Sears, Frank Allen Peako, Rev. Dr. Blod gett and other noted lecturers and preach ers will deliver addresses. KENTUCKY CROPS. Com and Tobacco Making Rapid Growth, Wheat rhrpohing in PiugrHs. Potatoes Unuiuiilly Good. Weekly Bulletin ot Weather Bureau July 12th J Abundant showers occurred during the week over the greater portion of the State. Some local damage was reported, but conditions were generally much im proved. Tho temperature was about normal. , Whpat is all harvested, but threshing was delayed by rain. In some localities in the western part of the State it has been damaged in the shock by the frequent rains. Tobacco has made a very rapid growth. There is eonie com plaint of trenching in a few localities in some of the western counties, but tobacco looks quite promising generally. Corn has advanced well. The early planting has been laid by in good condition. The crop is rather late, but it is vigorous and shows good color. Oats have im proved and are about ready for harvest ing. Garden vegetables and Irish pota toes are unusually good. Fruit is not doing eo well. Apples are dropping badly and are generally im perfect, and peaches are rotting on the trees. Blackberries look good and are ripening. Hay cutting, as well as other farm work, has been delayed by rain. Pas tures and meadows have improved quite decidedly. The thirty-ninth annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association meets at Henderson August 24th, 25th, 26th. Fully 1,000 delegates are ex pected. A few Sunday echool specialists always attend these State conventions, but this will be the first time in its his tory that aa many as seven have at tended. The railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegates will be en tertained free. Henderson is half-way between Louisville and St. Louis, and stop-over privileges will be allowed f r those who want to attend both the con vention and the St. Louis Exposition. For program and full particulars, ad dress E. A. Fox, 19 Louisville Trust Building, Louisville. PERSONAL. Miss May Elgin is visiting at Cov ington. Miss Sallie Rains is visiting at Flem ingsburg. Mr. L. H. Hamilton spent Wednes day in Cincinnati. Miss Edith Berry ia visiting her grandmother in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ball and sons leave to-day to see the World's Fair. Mrs. J. Pickett Wood and son Filson of Cincinnati are visiting at Lexington. Mrs. Louis Lehman and daughters Anna and Carrie leave for St. Louis to day. - Mrs. Tillie Worick and children, with Mrs. Frank Kennedy of Carlisle, are at Torrent, Ky. Mrs. Simon Rosenbaum and daugh ter of Cumberland, Md., are guests of Mrs. M. Davis of Market street. Mrs. Charles Lambert and children have returned from Portsmouth, O , and are gueats of her mother, Mrs. M. Davis. Miss Helen Marshall of Charleston, W. Va., is visiting her aunt Mrs. Thad Bullock and othor relatives of the county. Mrs. I. E., Foxworthy of Ft. Myers, Fin., is expected next week to visit her mother, Mrs. J. M. Alexander, of Lewis burg. Miss Eliza Piper of Carlisle came down a few days ago to spend several weeks with relatives in the city and county. Mrs. Rebekah Oridge of Cincinnati has been spending a few days with her daughters, Mrs. Wm, Yancey and Mrs. Mary Dimmitt. Miss Maggie Gollenstein will be a member of the party who will leave Sat urday night for a trip to Pittaburg on the Queen City. Mrs. John Stevenson of Russell Cave, Fayette County, entertains to-day in hon or of Mies Julia Stears of this city and Miss McKibben of Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. Rhoades Graham of Cincinnati are spending the week with Mrs. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Crosby, of the county. Mrs. J. E. Ethell and son Fuller White Ethell and interesting daughter Emily Gertrude of Muncie, Ind , are vis Mrs. Laura White and family of Bernard. Mrs. Fannie Green and son of Ports mouth have returned home from Maya lick, where Mrs. Green has been some time for the benefit of her health. She is very much worse. Captain Miles K. Taulbee and wife sailed from San Juan, Porto Rico, on the steamer Caracos on the 13th inst. for New York. After the completion of the army athletic contest on the 24th inst. at Ft. Niagara, they may make a short visit to Dr. J. B. Tauldee and other rela tives here. Lexington Democrat : "Mr. and Mrs. William Batemau entertained Tuesday evening at their pretty home on West Sixth streot with a very lovely "Conun drum party" in honor of their guest Miss Mildred McKibben of Augusta and Miss Julia Stears of Maysville, tho guest of Mis. Clarence Bateman." Mr. I. M. Lane, who has been confined to hts home for a few days, ie improving. I. ah! fSEulMV " T IHi H isE HI ssT. lift 3 ""5 tftfl 7 " rlKRl' &"" H "" ml a o 81 p w o o 7 to SB a jMDR. LANDMANotj Central Hotel, Thursday, August 4th, 1904. Mr. P. F. Morris of Mayalick neighbor hood eold and delivered 200 bushels of new wheat to R. A. Carr, of the Magnolia Mills. Charles S. Manley has filed a report of the estate that has come into his hands aa guardian cf Elizabeth M., John C, Walter S , Laura V , Atta V. and Joseph T. Manley. Tte amount ia S3i)3 40. The largest chicken farm in the world id at S)dney, O. The proprietors keep 00 000 spring chickens in stock all the time and ship to New York dressed three car loads a week. They alao handle great numbers of other fowla. Poyntz Bros, are the only Maysville distillers selling pure liquors by the quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old whisky $2 per gallon. Age and quality guaranteed. Get the beat. Office 126 Market street Wataon'a old stand. The L. and N vHU sell oue way second class settlers' rates to the Southeast ou the first and third Tuesdays of each month until Nov. 15th. inclusive. iwmjaat laaeei leoal Consult your own interest and see us before clactng your order for cemetery work of any kind. Work done with pneumatic tools GARNETT MARBLE CO , HI Sutton st. OH091 leass Eases Borax (Twenty Mule Team) Go to the July The New York Store of HAYS & 00. 5c. Lawns 31c JOc Lawns 7c 15 and J2ic Lawns 9c HAYS NEW YORK STORE Your Chance! The Two Stores With Office and Fiats Above, ' Located on West Second Street Adjoining the Drug Store of J. James Wood, Will be offered for sale in John Duley's Com bination Sale Wednesday, July 27, 1904. A low rental for this entire property would be $900 per year. Taxes and insurance about $J35, leaving a balance of $765, which 23 equal to $15,300 at 5 per cent. Call to see me or Mr. Duley and take a look at this property. Best location in Maysville. Can be rented to one or four tenants. RM WHITE Administrator of C. H. "White. GOOD BREAD, SOON WED! The above ia a chapter to our young ladies. When expect ing your best fellow for sup per, be sure and get your bread from ITRAXEL 'THE BEST' Stoves and Ranges Vade, cold on a close mnrs'ii and guaranteed. I wiU save you money ou every purchase made. W. F. POWER. "WANTED. "tTTANTED-YOt'N'U MAN from Maysville or T V icinity . with (air business ability, willing to work, to prepare for ijood Govt, position. Entrance salary Jt00 Gradual promotion posi tion permanent. Address C. D. W., Box 1. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 14-2w LOST. LOST Wednesday about uoou probably ou Limestone street, a small po ketbook con tuiuiug 02 cents Please return It to Jay Oar nett, the Buuxtin carrier, or to this otllce. ANNOUNCEMENT 1-ORSIIERIFt We are authorised to announce WILLIAM II. RICE as a landidate for Mieriit of Mason County, subji'i t to the action of the Democratic party. 3 loose! 1 1 2 laassi itoni Call and get a pamphlet telling its many uses, and how to get a beautiful picture. See sample pictures in our show window. JJas.Wood&Son Clearance Salo at i & CO.