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' PAIL Y rUBLIO LKDOKR-uat.
ivJL MATTER OF HEW
HA$ MO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Fowder,
froe from alum or phes-
nnVAl RAKINO POWDER CO., NtV YORK.
HSIep for sale at Limestone Distillery en
and after Mnrch 22d.
India, at lest adrice, bad 323,000 persona en
its famine relief roll.
Tbore are in Russia 724 monasteries and eon
vents, with 12,712 monks and 27,574 nnns.
At the rate of a pint and a half of liquid a
day, a man drinks 32,850 pints during his life.
Last year 3,585 tramps were fed at the
County Berne at Carlisle, Pa., the meals number
In (Nollero, India, the Hindu Christian En En
dearerers went out night after night te nurse
A homing pigeon which was sent te the Isle
of Uantwe years nnd four months age returned
te its home cote in Blackburn, England, recently.
Less than one-tenth of the area of Texas is
under cultivation, and yet in 1905 the state pro
duced agricultural products valued at ?300,000,
Australia has a tobacco combine, declares the
Federal Royal Commission in recommending the
taking ever of the industry by the Common-.wealth.
you of Ayers Sarssparilla. It does great things for children. It gives them
a geed appetite, improves their digestion, builds up their general health,- Ask
your doctor if he endorses this. l7:J?u?ier.rf,,r,X.bn1i,., i&!SSft
I Tf vnn ncn ii nnrwt of TTftrf Hi in Yt
member we handle the best grades of.,
.n tebaccOi potato, wheat and corn Peru
ulizer at the lowest price.
' Best grades of Ceal, BrickJ Lime,
t Sand, Oemcnt and Salt. Agents for
,. Alabaster Wall Plaster.
I IIUIIU llbl
Ne. IBtf WF.ST SECOND STRF.KT,
Opposite llechlnger A Ce.
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k nfli.. n.H.i J a,av n. iu. tu lit iu. un run
Office Hours ,,, -n.,
OF HAVSVILIE, KV.
1 CaiUtel Utecit, S)IOO,04IO
I&jXUIS A OKNKBAL BAKU
I SAMDKL M. II J
L BANKIKm iVeiJffttt
SAMDKL M. HALL
CHA8. I. PRARCK JAS. N. KIRK
. Cashier. Vlee-Pres.
STHE'SFRING' PAINTING SEASON IS HERE
Cerner TIIIKD and MARKET STREETS, Is the plnce te buy your
le.UrKeat and beat Bteclc In the city
-eds are rlh wMBe,wlq:,rt,tf '?a,."d.ie. J no trouble te
iWiOur KoetM. Contractor. fr -Painting ana J'averlng.
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MAYSVILLE, KY., TEOIISDAY, APRIL 19, 1906.
General Henry E..TremaIn, the newly-elncted
President of the Republican Club of New -Yerk.
City, had a iplendid war record.
i WTANDOTTE TIUBK, I. O. It. X.
JtCEular Council of Wyandette Tribe Ne. S tills
evenliiK at 7:00. Olilufi will please tnlce notice
and attend lame. J, W. Pirin, Sachem.
V. V. Themas, C. of R.
Ciheikhati, April 18,1803.
Kitia.....-....-.. a &.00O5.25
Batcher steers, geed te choice...? f.60S.U
Common t fair.. ... $2p$4.35
Heifers, geed te choice....... . 4.0004.00
Common te.f alr..v...-,.., 4-75Q3.85
Cows, geed te chole.......... 3.50Q4.00
Extra....... .............. .. 4.1034.25
Common te fair.. ............... 1.25Q3.35
, r Scalawags. ......-................-.il.2S2.C5
i Hulls, hQUfrnM............... 30QJ.O0
Pair te geed. ...... ............ .5;pea5 75
Common and largu.... ..... 3.505l5.7.i
Seectedbmedlum and heavy ......I.,...
Ooed te choice packers, ...... .... C75&8.60
Mixed packers ................. fl.TDi3fl.7iS
- SUgS. ....................... .............; 4.25.35.00
Common te choice heavy .sewi..,t6.2ia0 25
,-Llgbt shippers...... ............ ..tCueaO 45
P ls 110 sa and fe.... i .oeq(Uu
Extra ,.. ,....w.l5v60a5.75
Qoedjooholco 5 255 50
Common te fair..-...,.,...... ...... 3.00&5.15
Extra light fat butchers ta.OOQ7.00
Geed te choice he avy... - 8 6O8.90
floiDiaeo te fair.....'.... ..,.. f 603 40
WlnUr patent .... ...... &UI4.U034.G0
WUteifaacy...... . .iw 3JO33.80
Winter 1'amlljr ..,................ 6.1033.35
, Extra .......m....,..f........ 6532.90
, Lew.grade..... ,,......... ..., 2.1532.C0
f Sprlqg ptentT...... 4.4Q34 65
Sprlngfaney.. ..... , 3 503.70
Spring family.............. ...... ....... 3..SOS3.50
Rye)Nerthvrestern. ....,... .. 4.403 5.5
Rye, city. ,.... J.4033.65
Hew is it with the children these
days? Have- they plenty of grit,
courage, strength ? Or are they
thin. paler delicate? This reminds
AlIi QRADRS OF
Ne. 1 Kanawha Ceal.
jNe, I New River Furnace Ceal,
Ne. I Kanawha Salt.
Ne. I Baled.Ilay.
Ne. I Bar Sand.
ISO JUmestene Street,
Wermald's Old Stand,
MAYSVILLE, KV. IE,,5!'!,',;!,,i
from whleh te make a selection. "The
tThta la the season te buy geed -Mentr
mental work cheap. Sec- MURRAT & TuemaB.
Australian passenger service te Japan this
season is the largest en record.
It is an unwritten law in most Londen dry
goods stores te show no clocks. The prepria
ters don't want the shoppers te think of the
(light of time.
It Isn't what you pay
It's what you get for what you pay
that counts in the Printing
you get from The Ledger
Pt-infarit Werk done i
I Winery, when premised.
Fresh near-by stock, round lets. 14
Held stock, less off...M.. ,
Geese . se
Springers........ .......... 18 20
Fryers.. ......,.,.. 15 ....
liens. ....., .m......................., j.. .,,...
Roosters ............................ 7 .
Ducks, old........... 14
Spring turkeys 15
Geese, per deien...... . ..16.0039.1 0
Ne. 3 red, new ..., 89K390K
Ne. 3 red winter 80 88
Ne. 4 red winter 69 81
Ne. S white.
Ne. 3 white mixed q,
Ne. 3 white B1H3
Ne. 3 yellow 49H
Ne. 3 yellow 40 3
Ne. 3 mixed 49H '
Ne. 3 mixed 48K49
White ear ..... 47 48
Yellow ear.. ., 48 50
Mixed ear ........ .... 40 48
Ne. 3 white . JO 36
Ne. 3 white 85 30
Ne. 4 white. 33 34
Ne. 3 mixed 34 QSi'A
Ne. 3 mixed ........ 330,31
Ne. 4 mixed 33 33
,. 11.00) 1.E0
10.00 I J 50
, 9.00 9 50
.. 8 00 8 60
Ne. I timothy......
Ne. 3 timothy......
Ne. 3 timothy.
Ne. 1 clever mixed.,
Ne. 1 clever
Ne. 3 olever.....,
If you have you can easily
satisfy it with Bissinger's
60c Per Pound.
Fer sale by
J. C. PECOR,
& Ce.'s Bank,
Deposits January 1st, IOOO.
Deposits April 1st, 100(1.
Increase Since January ;
$1,020.24' Per Day.
Fer this -Kratifylnr Rain we nre
greatly ebllfred, and will continue te
Hervo and accommedato the publlq in
every WAy that a Bank consistently
can. Small Accounts are a Welcome
aa Larae, Ones. We want-mere basl-
ne, and are able and anziens telinn-
cue unnKiiij; transactions or any size or
kind. Come in and get a Savings
Bank and learn te-save money. We
pay 3 PJEJt CENT, INTEREST en Sa
Capital stock, surplus
and additional Uu:inr nnrtftn
32 stockholders, all
residents In and own
ers of Masen county
Dr. Jehn A Heed, Hen. B. L. Worthlngten, L.
Q. MMtby, E. a SUat, Hen. J. N. Kuhee.
S)n, JOHN A. RKKD, President.
IIek J. N. KKIIOK, Cashier.
li W. ?ITW. .!.H.r,HMMIH&
sorter k msmm
Have Yeu a I
I Sweet Teeth? I
$ .md.ttrt. - MAYamX., Mi
ONE COPYONE CENT.
ills; Four nonfe-cw Yerk Onlrnl I.lnea
Announce low rates forthefellowlngconventlons:
Denver, Cel., July 10th,-21st National Conven
tion 11. P. O. K.
Des Molues, Iowa, May 16th-29th Gencrul As
sembly I'resliyterlnn Church.
Les Angeles, Cal., May 7th-IOth Imperial Coun
cil Nobles Mystic Shrine.
Mexico City, Mexico, April 25th te May 6th -Special
Milwaukee, Wis, August I4th-I8tli-Frnterual
Order of Eagles.
San Francisce, July 9th-13tli National Educa
Springfield, III., May 31st-Jnne 5tli-German
St. Taul, Minn., Mny30th-Juiie7th-rp(lcratlen
of Women's Clubs.
Fer rates, routes and ether Information call en
or address M. Lv OnirFin, T. 1. A.,
Huntington, W. Va.
In stiver or (old. In plain, engraved or
chased, Reman or English finish, with the new
secret Joint. All the newest styles In chains with
fancy stone settings.
COMUS De net fall te see our new line of
Fancy Mounted Hack and Side Combs, real and
Imitation shell and amber In geld and geld filled
mountings; beautiful patterns, all new.
AUTISTIC IIELT UUCICLKS-The right
belt buckle give an artlstle touch te a dress as
effective as the handsomest trimming. Duckies
in geld and silver, Reman and Egyptian finish,
plalu or set w 1th stones.
By Reading This Space
Brings Yeu te This Place,
All hall the cemtng of the glorious spring,
wtieu Nature Is adorned In Its most beauteous at
tire. We herewith take pleasure In Inviting you
te our store. Ker spring we are new ready for
your approval when lieautlfylng your homes with
WALl PAPER and PAINTS
Net only Wallpapurand Paints, but Iu fact every
thing that pertains In a first class paint store, In
cluding Reefing and Ilulldlng Paper. We guar
antee the prlee of everything we sell te be as low
or lower than the same article or pattern that can
be bought anywhere In the city, Respectfully,
IV. H. RYDER,
Ve. 1'JI Sutten Htrert, UAYHYILLE, KY.
One by one our historic landmarks are pass1.
ing. Yielding te the merciless encroachraent of j
age and decay, the time honored old Pleasant !
Hill Meotinc-heuse succumbed te the elements
and new lies a heap of ruins. It was built in
the early part of the nineteenth century by the
Methodists and for that day was a splendid struc
ture. The large legs of which it was composed
were of yellew poplar, a timber that was very
abundant here at that time. They were gotten
out with a whip-saw, which caused the grain of
the weed te appear in wavy, satiny folds as age
deepened the beautiful natural color. The
shingles were of the same material shaved smooth
with a drawing knife. There was no ceiling,
the space being clear from the fleer te the bright
yellow shingles. The pulpit was a box-like af
fair, built high against one end, with several
steps leading up te one side of it. The house
steed near the end of a large terrace, leaving
ample room behind it for a beautifully located
burying-ground. It was certainly a happy day
for these pioneer christians when the house was
completed and they could meet and worship with
in its sacred walls. In the course of time the
great enemy of happiness and Christianity sent
discord through political and social differences
into this peaceful hamlet and the congregation
was divided. Oee branch withdrew and orga
nized a class at Brownfield Schoolhouse near
the present Mt. Hebren in Lewis county. These
remaining, being few in number, united with
the class at Stewart's Chapel en Bull creek, thus
leaving the house unoccupled but for the short
term of school taught in it each year. Later
enthe land en which the house Btoed passed Inte
the hands of Captain Hezekiah Jenkins, amember
of the Old Baptist Church, (sometimes called
Ironside) at lit. Gilead. He seen had a class
of his own brethren organized in it and for nearly j
fifty yeara the peculiar doctrine taught by this
people was the only religion taught in the Cabin
creek valley. Once a month they held services,
but their teaching did net beget spiritual growth,
as they were opposed te Sunday-schools and
never held a protracted meeting. As time
passed en the membership decreased, till either
by death or moving away, all wero gene and re
ligieus services ceased te be held there. After
a while a new schoolhouse was built and the old
building, with broken windows and decayed reef,
was left a picturesque landmark of the long
age. It steed like a silent sentinel guarding
th graves of these who in life bad been in-Btraoted-and
comforted within its walls. The
ruins new prasent the pathetie picture of hir
ing resigned this-guardianship te the bushes and
vines that have grown into a veritable tangle tangle
weed ever this lenely country graveyard.
-Gerraany beasts' of the strongest labor party
among modern Nations, They form at present
tha melt important political party in the Em
pire. "Th number of their party organs is
seventy-six, and twenty-two of these are dailies.
Successor te Klipp g Brown.
Spring is icre at last, and our beauti
ful old turnpikes are in splendid condi
tion for driving. De you intend get
ting a new Runabout, Read Wagen,
Buggy or set of Harness this spring?
If se, you will lese nothing by seeing
our line. Our repository is complete
and our harness department up-le dale.
We are in a position te give you geed
value for your money.
t Come In !
The King of Italy is one of the most energetic
of monarchs; he was taught by his tutor never
te be idle for a moment, and was always punished
if caught doing nothing.
Let us de jour Family Washing. Rough Dry
Only 5c Pound.
We Iren all flat work. MODEL LAUNDRY CO.
I HAVE WITH ME
Fer a few weeks only a man Just from
the American Herse lUcliangeef New
Yerk City that 111 high school some
horses for me. Anyone bating u nlc
horse for sale or te be handled call roe
up. 'Phene 31. M. K. COCGHLIN.
Call for repairs te house and fence.
We can furnish both.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO
These are the points in the confensien of
Harry Orchard which proved him te be the as
sassin of the century:
He planted and exploded the bomb which blew
up the railroad station at Independence, Cel.,
killing thirteen men and mangling six ethers.
no arranged the mechanism and planted the
bomb which slew former Governer Stennenberg
He hired a man te poison te death his former
associate, Neville, at Goldfields, N'eada.
He laid a bomb in the path of Chief Judge
Gebbert of Colerado, and though the Judge is
alive an innocent man was blown te bits.
He buried a bomb at the gate te the residence
of Judge Goddard of theSupreme Court of Colo Cole
rado in Denver. Judge Goddard escaped death
and the bomb was dug up after the confession.
He plotted the death of Governer Peabody,
and the latter was en several occasions within
a few moments or a few inches of death. He
thinks Mr. Peabody bears a charmed life.
He was the instrument chosen te slay D. H,
Moffatt, a wealthy Colerado Banker and railroad
owner, but the latter unwittingly saved bis own
life by opportunely sailing for Europe.
He attempted te wreck a train bearing mere
than two hundred persons returning from a
military ball, but for once his heart failed him
and he warned the Conductor.
Awm ZSaZSZIS ? " Js
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Fer Men, Women, Children.
All the new shapes, styles and kinds for
Easter and Deuble Glebe Stamps Saturday.
SMITH'S IL !
Yeu will sec mere Dollars In your
If your printed matter Is the best
obtainable The printing you use
Ualwaysjeur business representa
tive, and like any ether salesman,
should be well dressed aud create
u favorable Impression even before
any urgJineul Is advanced. The
' best obtainable" costs no mere
limn the Indllfereut variety In
fuct. It's the cheapest, for every
piece is fertile seed that will yield
i harvest ettilttttttttl
. PAPER HANGERS,
OMIce nml Shep, 110 Market St. I'liennSKIi
"Di5Ceratlne. Gralnlnp; and Tinting. All
wert done promptly and neatly. See their Wall
paper samples before bu Inp.
JZAXX.WAY TIME CARDS.
t 5: am
t 8,15 pm
1 9.50 am
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
Car Utli ana
Siai Oevm via rAnis and k. c.
8:20 LT.....Frankfort. Ar
7M3 " ......Georgetown '
7:50' " Paris .
ll: "... .'..Winchester. "
9:50 Maysvllle "
8:2s " ...... Cynthlana "
1S:M "... ....Richmond. .... "
ln:S0a " Cincinnati "
In Efftct Wtdnetday,
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Ne 5,Ne S.Ne 1
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Ne 2, Ne 4Va 6
. Georgetown ,
. Carrel Street..
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