The Evening Bulletin from Maysville, Kentucky on November 22, 1900 · Page 3
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& r :t uhe JSee Jri Your Cloak Needs S&culd be looked after here. In spite of the warm fall we have done, so far this season, tic Jargt Cloak badness in our history. It goes to show that we are giving the best values for the least money; that the styles and materials of our garments are right up to dak. Splendid Castor Jackets at $3.95. Special leaders at $6.95 and $9.95. Black Kersey Jackets at $4.25 and $5.49, advancing by easy stages to $15. All of our Jackets, even tfce cheapest, are Ikied throughout. For the little ones there is a select stock of Reefers frexn $1.75 to $8.50, most of rem made with the new loose backs. Ladies' Automobile Jackets, plush and cloth CapestCollarettcs and Boas in great profusion. It will be to your tatcrcst to investigate. The Linen Stock wa5 never so large as at present. You'll need linens for Christmas either for your own use or for gifts. Better buy then now. We never misrepresent. We will tell you which arc part cotton and which, art al1irien. Splendid values in bleached Table Linens from 25c to $J.25the pard. Linen Huck and Damask Towels from 10c. to $J each. Linen Napkins and Doylies from 50c. to $4.95 the dozen. Linen ten-quarter Sheeting at 65c. and $1 the yard. Red Table Linen from J9c. to 89c. the yard. And an immense stock of Linen Crashes that we have not the space to tell you about in detail. Miscellaneous Items that may be to your interest. Men's heavy wool Sox and Ladies' fleece-lined Hose, 10c. the pair. Ladies' wool Hose from 2 to 50c. the pair. Ladies' fleece-lined Hose with white feet 25c. the pair. Heavy white Domet 5c. the yard. Special values in Outing Cloths at 6jC, 7-jc, 83c and JOc the yard. We are showing, too, the greatest line of men's lined Gloves in town. ROSENAU BROS., PROPRIETdRS OF THE BEE HIVE, K!NGS OF LOW PRICES DISTRICT CONVENTION Of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. B. Church, South. Addresses Last Evening. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Maysville District, II. K Church, South, convened last evening at the church in thia city, the President, Mrs. C. W. Durham, of Moon field, in the chair. The delegates and visitors were extended a most cordial welcome by Mrs. W. H. Wadsworth, Preeident of the Maysville Auxiliary. Mrs. Given, of Flemingsburg, responded for the dele-gales and visitors. Following this, Mrs. OdeD, ot Winchester, Secretary of the Woman's For eign Society of the Kentucky Conference, conducted a testimony meeting, during which many told ol their Christian experience. Members of the Juvenile Society then rendered an interesting program, representing various nationalities. A business meeting of the society was held this morning following which Rev. .-C. H. Greer, of Washington, delivered an address on the Twentietli Century Fond. This aftornoon at 3:30 o'clock, Mrs. Cram, of Waftaw, will deliver an ad-drees to children and the members of all the junior societies of the city, and all other children are invited to hear her. To-night the services begin at 7 o'clock and there will be an address by Rev. Robert Dickson, who has spent many years in mission work in Brazil. " The public invited to all the services. The convention will close to-night. Among the delegates and visitors are : Mrs. Dr. Vaughn, of Carlisle, Mrs. Oden, Winchester. Mrs. Durham, Moorefield, Mrs. Oram, Warsaw, Mrs. Wallingford, Mt. Carmel, Mrs. Wilson, MooreQeld, Mrs. Dickey, Bethel, Miss Arrasmith, Bethel, Mrs. Dr. Cash, Moorefield, Mrs. Givens, Flemingsburg, and Miss Ella Fleming, Millersburg. River News. The Joa. B. Williams due up for Pittsburg with empties. The rise here has amounted to 5.4 feet at 0:30 this morning. Heavy rains have fallen all along the - Ohio, which is rising at all points. The Big Sandy and Kanawha are also rising. The Pearce for Portsmouth, Henry M. Stanley for Pomeroy aud Keystone State for Pittsburg will pass up to-night. Wells down -this evening. A big shipment of coal will likely be started from Pittsburg to-day, as a. barge stage waa expected. There .will ajso be a big shipment ,from Kanawha and Pomeroy. , ' ' ' Ed. Owens, colored, waa tried Wednesday in the Circuit Court on a charco of criminally assaulting n young negro woman near Lowisburg last April. The jury failed to agree on a verdict. we Ralston Health Food, oats and flour Calhoun's. Frank Bloom, of Cincinnati, is improving after a serious illness. ' . Headquarters for window glass, W. H. Ryder, opposite opera house. Henry Hill and Mary Jane Taylor, colored, were married Wednesday. Chenoweth'a Headache Cure will cure all headaches. Price 10 and 25 cents. ' ; Everett L. Manchester was Wednesday granted a divorce from Sarah E. Manchester on the ground of abandonment. 9 t Sales of ''Strirgtown on the Pike" and "Reign of Law" are running neck and neck at J. T. Kackley & Co.'s special cish sale. A dispatch from Georgetown, O , BayB that the right of way for the Dayton and Maysville Electric Railway has practically been secured for the entire distance. Five new cases of smollpox were reported at Wellsburg Wednesday. The Bracken County Board of Health has requested all not vaccinnated to be vaccin-nated at once. News was received hero this week of the death (f Mrs. Caroline Hays, widow of the lnte Dr. John S. Hays. She passed away at the home of her sister near Cannonsburg, Pa. The handsomest line of goods in the State suitable for bridal presents can be had at Murphy's, the jeweler. Call and see his new store and new stock. Noth ing like it in Maysville. The marriage of Miss Bessie Shaw Perrine and Mr. B. O. Pickett will be solemnized Thursday evening, Nov. 29th, at 8 o'clock at Beasley Church. No cards. All friends invited. We have so many useful and beautiful articles in sterling silver, cut glass, bric- a-brac, &c, suitable for wedding presents. Among our great variety to choose irom you cannot fail to find just what you want. Ballesqkr, jeweler and optician. Thelato A. J. Brittain, brief mention of whose death waa made Tuesday, left a large family. Of the ten children, all grown, all live in this county except tnree -the latter being Mrs. Anna uen-nett and Mr. Benjamin Brittain, of In diana, and Mr. Jack Brittain, ol Illinois. Defeased spent his life, practically, in hn neighborhood of Morausburg and leaves a large circle of friends. if VnnPRhnrcr. Willie, the -six-years- old son of Samuel Cole, and Freddie, aeven, son of Yes Cooper, were playing n ctoon lilllfllde. a half mile south of the city. They finally got to rolling atones down the hill and were having great sport, when Willie got oeiow rreu-die and in a direct lino with a big stone that the latter started. The stone struck Willie on the side of the head, knocking him senseless, and, it is feared, produc- ing fatal f u'ects. O. H. P. Thornae & Co., Nop. 120 to 124 Market utrm, Mnvsville, Ky., sell our "Old-time Bout Hon" and "'Old Maysville Club Rye" whitikifB, direct from our dip-tillery, by the quart, gallon or barrel. These goods are guaranteed pure, and are the finest in th State. Tub H. E Poouk DimcKnY Co. Our 1900 Fall and Winter Stock of CLOTHING, SHOES and HATS Is the most ,-Satisfactory to us and our customers we ever had in the house. Were the fact not patent to the most casual observer we would not say it, and it is this : OUR HOUSE STANDS TO-DAY FOREMOST FOR HANDLING BETTER GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE STATE, and that is the only reason we enjoy the trade we do. We have long since learned that our people don't want cheap goods; they want good merchandise at reasonable prices, and that's what they get from us. We can in truth say that frequently we are more particular in the fit of the Suit or Overcoat our customer buys than the purchaser. We let nothing leave the house that is not as perfect as human hands can make it, but it pays. The amount of goods we sell is the best evidence that our endeavors are appreciated. HECHINGER &C0. THE HOME STORE. FOR RENT. . FOR RENTFour room Hat lor rent ovejr I J. Murphy's old Jewelry store, agtrance private. Apply to ehnie White. , odif T710K KENT-Tho room now occupied by A. Jj ciooney as a Jewelry storo. Apply to KKNlk WHITE. 23 dtf EOK KKN'i Two dwellings, lour auu ix rooms ech. All modern Improvements. Limestone and Filth. Apply to KRfilK WHITE. Mr. B. E. Clif t was in Fleming the paBt week, receiving two or three hundred head of export cattle. O. M. Fleming delivered sixty head, weighing 92,530 pounds, at 5c, and Alvln Glascock, twenty-three head, weighing 34,780. IMPORTANT NOTICE! urn New York Store OF. iiiHAYS HaB hut received a larae invoice They are known to bo the best iitting Comets in America. The latest novelty, The Erect Farm Corset Only $1. The Shirt Waist Corset Only $1. These two numbers are the popular fad ; come and get one. Splendid Corsets in long and short waist, 70c, wortn $1. Young Ladies' and Misspfi' Corsets only 50c. FURS AND JACKETS New things arriving daily. See our Fur Scarfs at $1.75, worth $3. HAYS & CO. NEW YORK STORE. P. S. We give rebate stamps. Ask ior them. Mcllvain & Humphreys, PARKER BUILDING, SUTTON ST., MAYSVILLE, KY. RELIABLE GOODS at OCK-BOTTOM PRICES.. Ve'sell nothing but It will pay you to call and examine our extensive stock of goods when you need anything in the FURNITURE line. Our Undertaking Department is unsurpassed in its thorough equipment, and is in charge of an experienced and careful Undertaker and Embalmer. The handsomest rubber-tired funeral car In this section. 865TFURMTURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED. Mattresses made to order. MAYSVILL.E, KY- WE HAVE MOVED INTO OUR NEW STORE, Four doors west of Market, and can furnish you with bargains that are really bargains in DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, WATCHES and JEWELRY. Before purchasing anything in this line see our new stock. CL00NEY, THE JEWELER. MARRIED HERE. The Stars of the Keystone Dramatic Cum pany Wedded While in Maysville a Year Ago. The coming of tho Keystone Dramatic Company to the Washington Opera House for ti two-night's engagement, commencing Friday, November 23rd, with a matinee Saturday afternoon, brings to mind that tho talented stars, MIbs Gertrude Shipman and Mr. Lawrence B. McGill, were married here when tho Keystones played in this city a year ago, and they have been looking forward with plensuro to their return visit in this city. They come this season surrounded by an excellent company, numbering twenty capable people. The opening play is Howard Hall's drama in five acts, "A Soldier of tho Empire," in whicli Mr. McGill is seen as Gilbert de Montville, Captain of the Imperial Hussars, and Miss Shipman as Louise Devere. The company carries a car-load of special scenery nnd effects, thus insuring first-claBs productions in every detail. Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents, and you should secure your seats at once, at Nelson's. Tho New Public Library will be open to-morrow afternoon at the usual hours, and not all day. Spread Like Wildlire. When things are "tho best" thoy become "tho best selling." Abraham Hare, n loading druggist, of Belleville, O., writes : "Electric Bitters are tho best selllnc bitterB I have handled in twenty years. You know why? Most diseases begin in disorders stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blooj . and nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels, purifies the bio1 strengthens tho nerve?, henco curv. itudos of maladies, It builda up tmrtfdtire Bystoro. Puts now hfo and vigor into any weak, sickly, run-down man or woman. Price 50 conts. Said by J. o8. woou; Ben, uruggigisr wh ' & COiH of the celebrated W. B. CORSETS. Do You Know Them? Schloss Bros. & Co., of Baltimore, Md., and L. Adler Bros. & Co., of Rochester, N. Y. Well they are making the new Overcoats, such as the Surtouts, Paletots, Derbys, Paddocks, Raglans, Ulsters, Ulster- ettes, Cape Overcoats (Inver ness) and Cape Overcoats with sleeves, for us, at such prices that your regular tailor (if he is first-class) would want at least one-third more for. Come in and let us show you the goods. They range in price from $20 to $40. Our Ragland made by Adler ready just to put on for $20 pleases us extremely, and we are hard to please, that's why we please you. Suits made to measure to fit by the above-named firms for $J5 to $35. MARTIN &C0. ' a &, jP "T3V J . "VT , k i t;is

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