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for Infants and Children,
OTHERS, Do You Know n,.t ic,
Iiateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothlnj Fyrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Bo You Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poiso?
Ho You Know that In most countries druggists are nut permitted to sell narcotics
-without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be g!eii your child
unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed ?
Wo You Know that Castoria is a. purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
its ingredients is published w ith e cry bottle ?
Ho You Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr Samuel rltchcr.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla Is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined ?
Ho You Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
"CnHtorln" and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense?
no You Know that one of the reasons fur granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to b'e absolutely harmless)?
no You Know that 35 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35
ceutH, or one cent a dose?
Io You Know that n hen possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be tcpt well, and that you may have unbroken rest?
Well. llioHe tlilngH are worth knowing. They arc facts.
In on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
DISPLACING THE HORSE.
EMBEZZLEMEST AND FAILURE.
IIIr litilrsiile limit anil Mine House in
4 litriMld loiml to tin- WhII.
Ci.i:vki.aI), Maivh i:t. Tin bi
wholesale Lout iiiid .xliot'liousi'of Chilis
(Jii)tl A: Company, at K'J-84 Bank .stri'i-f .
wisfoiml to the vv sill late yt'.st(nl:. , Tliu I'onular Scioiife Xuws feavH thnt it
iifU'i-ii.mn by rln iiiiliy..limiMit of : 1 hap been eatlmntetl that aWtriii rail wnvn
Some Highly Interesting Figures
Showing What Electrical In
ventions Are Doing.
Jaip' Mini ol money bv William H
Jiuiimijitoii, tin' junior anil Amine...
man of the Arm.
The failure was precipitated whe 1
chattel mortpij:e.s covering the enrue
Mock and book accounts were executed
by the Arm and individual mortae.'
were m ven by tin senior member ot
the Arm on all his property. The Aim
mortajje Aled was one for $13i,00( on
the suburban farm of Henry B. Uliih.s
in favor of tlie Converse Rubber com
pany of Boston. .Mr. Chillis also jjiiv.
u iiioi'tKiiKf on his house on Prospeci
htieet to the National bank of Com
merce. The Ann's liuirftfiiKi'S ai-cate
!i-',!?T.10, coveriiiK everythiiiK it po"-
The total assets of the Arm are esti
mated at $.s, 1.000, of which $10, 000 con
sists of stock, and the remainder of book
accounts, and both are subject to shrink
age. The 1'abilities are unknown, but
me believed to be very heavy.
ChiliN, Gruff & Company is one ol
the oldest Arms in the citv'aud has sil-
have displaced in the I'uited States no
less than li7."),000 horses, and the move
ment has not yet stopped.
That many liorses would require about
1L'.),0()0 bushels of corn or oats a day,
enough to appreciably allect prices of
those grains. It amounts to 4."),000,000
bushels a year.
Furthermore, the loss of this commer
cial demand for these coarse grains in
the cities means an enormous loss of
tonnage for the railroads about )2,o00
In addition to this, it is well to re
member that the horseless cat ridges
which are coming in vogue, and bid fair
to be a success, will reduce still more the
importance of the horse as a factor in
All of which is an illustration of the
changing conditions in the industrial
tvnv lii'ti fi m wiiliivit1 iu kjJifl iu i i.y...l-
,... .i . .1 . wnn it 11 in nuiiu a,-? 11 1111 a 1 .. . .
The members of the Arm are Henrv B wor,(. " ol the interdependence of
Child, Henry R. Groff and William 11 elements which at the first seemed to
The embezzlement was Arst discov
eied a day or two since, and when
Huntington was confronted with the
chaige. he contested that he had taken
ij4(),(Mi(i ot the Arm's money. It is !.
lieved that the amount will leach Shn.
000. Huntington, who is at home ill fiom
me en eel . 01 tile exoosure. was seen
have little to do with each other.
0. and 0. Emigrants.
Cincinnati Knqtiirer: " U. L. Truitt,
Noithwestern Passenger Airent of the C.
and ()., arrived Tuesday night with a
patty of seventy-five farmers from Min
nesota and Nebraska, en route to the
.Mr. Arthur F. Curran, of Dovi r,
called on the Bci.i.ktin Thursday.
Mr. Frank f. O'Donnell was in
Brooksvillo this week on legal business.
Mr. George L. Cox and family left
Thursday for a sojourn at Thomasville,
-Mr. W. C. Wright, of Indianapolis',
is visiting his brother, 'Squire J. II.
Mr. S. E. Bruco and wife, of Vance-
burg, were horo vestotday on their wnv
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Portsmouth Blade: "Miss Hopo
Watkina is the guest of her friend, .Miss
Mav Hord,.at the hitter's home in Mays
Mr. J. M. Johnson, special agent of
the Paducah Building Trust Company,
left for his home this morning, after
spending a few weeks here.
Miss Mary Gilmore, a bright little
Miss of Limestone street, left yesterday
morning for Augusta, in response to an
invitation to "come play with me," lex
tended by her cousin Miss Ida Webster
tiin.Ni) excursion to Cincinnati Wednesday,
Mnnhi ISth. Pare for the rouml trip from Mays
ville $1,155. Tickets good going only on trains In
mill 1.1 passing Maysville nt 5:!0 n. in, mid Mo p.
in. Returning, tickets good on all twins except
Numbers 2 and I up to and including train 20
Friday, March 20th.
Don't fall to take advantage of this popular
excursion. March Is the grandest mouth in the
year tf fee the spring styles, and ail those wish
ing 10 see the stores In alWthelr glory, should
take advantage of this excursion. See bills for
Special coaches will be attached to trains 19
and 1.5 to accommodate excursionists. For fur
ther Information apply to agents C. and I), rail-
The books for Delinquent Taxes are
now in my hands, for collection of the
taxes due thereon. All tax-payers are
hereby notified that if their taxes are not
paid on or before March 1st, 180(5, the
property will be advertised for sale, thus
entailing extra expense upon them.
By order of Council.
D. P. Out. Chief of Police.
When Baby was sfcfc, vre gave her Castorla. .
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla,
ItetU'M of Hie liiuli? xud l.hesto.k .War
keU lor .Ma roll ill.
Cuttle Prime, 4 40(44 50; good, 4 :.
14140; good butchers, 13 73(4 10; bull-,.
tags and cows, 1 75(43 50; rough tiw
W M&'d Su; freh cows and spungei-.-fl6ice46.
Hogs Prime light, 4 55(&4 tlJ,
heavy, $4 3Ui4 40; common to fair, f.i a
&4 00 Sheep Extra, 3 b63 90; good,
I1 753 U3; common, $. 753 15; spriuj.
hiinb, 13 4Uffi4 HO; veal calves, to 00m
Wheat 70K674O. Corn tiOMUle. Ci..
tie Selected butchurs, $3 85(04 10; fair 10
RAILROAD SCHEDtJI K.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAFKAKK AND OHIO.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which vanish before proper ef
fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tho system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it Is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who Value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organson whiehitacts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, thatyou have the genuine article,
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies arc not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then one should have the best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used andgives most general satisfaction.
Kaal. I West.
o 10 lO.ft'ta. m.lNo. 19f 6:80 ft.ni.
No. UM p. m ,N. lv 6:10 a. ai.
o. M 5. ip. Hi. No. 17 s.Wm. ra.
o.M TiCip.tn. S'n. 4.lllp.ta,
n I 10:-U) tn.lNo.lfit- fi:13p.ia
'l)nllv. 1 Daily except Sunday.
K. F.v. Limited No. 1! arrives at Washington at
(SifXia, in.; Baltimore. frMfl.m.ii'lilliidelphla, 10.25
a. in.: New York, 12:53 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No. .laiwvc.s at Cincinnati at
.r).50 p. in.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at S:4j p. in.; New York, J.(8 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
S.OO a. m.
I'ulliuan sleeping car service to Klcliuiiiiid and
Oil Point Comfort by trains and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all point.
West and South.
No. 1, 'J. 3 nud 4 do not stop between Maysvllle
For full Information and rates to all points Kass
and West, apply to
T A. GAKHIOAN, S. K. 1. A.,
Huntington. W. Va.
Leaves Maysvllle at
.":4" a. m. for 1'arU, Lex
ington, CIncln'tl, Rich
mond. Stanford. I.lviuu-
ston, Jellico, Middleiborougin Cumberland Gap.
Frankfort, Louisville aud points on N. N. and
M. V.-Eastern Division.
Leave Maysvllle at 1:30 p. in. for Paris Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N.N. and M.V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvllleat 9.50 a. m. and S:J0 p. m
All trains dally except Sunday.
IN THE LEAD
Iu the Immensity of stock, In the quality and va
riety of goods; iu freshness, cleanliness and In
low prices always, In the lead. My goods ar
purchased in large quantities irom nrsi nana
for CASH, which enables me to present to the
trade Inducements that no other houe in tu?
citv caii. Carefully read over this list, which Is.
ma'de out for CASH buyers :
4 cans lllg "D" Tomatoes 'Joe
t cans Purple King Tomaiue 'J'c
1 can Standard fcugar Corn lie
1 can Yarmouth Corn '.'e
1 can best Reserve Corn 10c
1 can Blackberries fk
1 can Goiwebf rric 7c
1 can (libbs Early June Peas ir
1 run GIbbs extra miihII Pea- I'.V
1 can best Itiiltiiuore Pie lVachi"- 7c
lean best lialtlmore Table Peachis 10c
1 can best lialtlmore Table Pears 7i
1 can Standard California Peaches lac
1 can Extra Callfoi nla Pciiche IK
lcaucxnn California Pears Iu
Well, we should say -n. Those ("locks ami
Watches ate tuo badlv out of llx to be 01
any use. They've lost their time entirely.
You'll lose your time, too, If vou're un
provided wsth good Clocks and watches.
We have a full supply of both, all accurate
time-keepers and lu perfect order. Iicttor
Watches than our,s are not manufactured.
Whatever the price of any watch we carry,
It's the best of Its kind and a full value.
Get a timepiece; get the best ; get ours.
A Snap For Cash Buyers !
'Jean Aplilcs (gallon) 'J.c
I gallon Fancy Pcja Navy llcaii ViK
J gallon fancy Marrow Beans ''V
'1 gallon iancy Red Kidney lleatis .'"h
1 bar best family Soap Jc
7 bars Lenox Soa; :.'(
J pound best Evapoiated Peaches l.'n
7 pounds Counlry dried Apples
I pounds Lcveriim'.s ('olive , 7."t
1 pound Arbuiklu'sfoll'ec '.lit
And ever thing I handli'ln the same proportion.
lam receiving pure Northern Potatoi direct
from thegrowers.il) carlols, unci call furnish the-
best stock, for both table use and nlaiitlui;. at
extremely low prices.
Agent lor sale of 1). M. Ferry's Garden .-ceils,
wnoiesaiu anil retail tne purest aim iet 111 the
PERFECTION FI.OFR I manufactured spec
ImIIv lor and sold exclusively by me. The gi 1111
lue Is ulwa.s Mild nuclei my brand, it has no
equal lor bread and cakes.
Mv Itlended Cotlle has the lead because It N
Come 111 eerybndy, whclher you want to buy
or not. You are alws welcome.
B. B. LOVEL,
The Licading Grocer.
niei 111 111 1. 1,1 'a(a.i n: cnniiuoii. o .-.. th
a 15. Hoi.-.eecteil and prnie butchers ver'it'fure in he history of the Grocery trade
4 l()(i4 "U: iiacklnir 14 10OI IS , wie sueli remarkably low pricesqnoted on first-
miii 1.1 ion A V "ftr! ini l, ..7.'. i. class spoils. The following priceMocash.biiyer.s
1111)11 10 lOUKIli TO tUlffll UU rwlL'UD ! lie stionl- for tluxiis.ilvue
yesti'iday evenjng and admitted 1 bat ' peninsula between HichniDud and New
the cliarge was true, lie said he bait 1 port News in Virginia, whein tbev will
been takimr money for ,'.") years and that
moht of it bad been used in the payment
ol ln.s lioiiM'hold expeiihes. He slid he
otilil not live on what he got from th
settle upon cheap and fertile lands.
Another party of thirty-live people from
Michigan will join them at Charleston,
business. He said he had iriven 1111 ln. 1 'n innilni .v..v tin. Tidn.i.s o.,,i
lr.ri!as::,.,,a1,K s hi:s rwent,y been
pletely pro.strated and for a time hx ' a considerable immigration of this cliar
night his life was di..iaired of. He mid I acter from the Northwest, and other par
Mr. (-iron" me utterly ruined. It will ties are expected as spiing opens."
be impossible to give veu an estimate - . ..
m rue iiaimities until the affairs of the Why and How Thread is Numbered.
Tho question, "Why is spool cotton
numbered a it, and why are the figures
not used in regular order?" is often
JU To I.niiih $3 754 00,
Hogs Selected butchers, Ci S0(t 1 u.",
mixed; f.l &.")(Oi4 u3. Cattle Poor "to
choice steers, $;i 'Si 05; others, M ii'
4 40; cows ami bulls, $1 7.-j;t ;,-, Sheep
K '.'f)(ci4 15; lnnilis, fit 40ft4 05.
Cattle-W J.-ifti ;,5. Sheep ja 0i4 -.'5;
UKEEN COFFEE l tti '2 ' 'jft
MOLASSES new crop, Y gallon CO&GO
Golden Syrup s,-i m
Sorghum, fancy new a35
SrjOAK-Yellow, V It. t,(b
linn aie jiut into slutpt
PROTECTING SONG BIRDS.
The American Kugle Can sour Willi l'r.'
iloiii In olilu llereiiller.
Coi.tiMiifs. (.. March 1. Sou birds
and other birds that do not sing wi
the .subject of an hour and a half ills
ciicsion in the house. It was caused by
tjio third leading of the hill by .Mr. lint
ton to pioteet the song birds of the
'state, by jnoliibiting absolutely the kill
ing of the following: Sparrow (except
Knglish spanow), nuthatch, warbler,
llieker, viieo, wren, robin, catbird, tan
ager, bobolink, bluejay, oriole, gnisbeak,
cieejier. redstart, wuxwiinr, woodpecker,
huniiningbiril, lark, cuckoo, thrush,
swallow, bluebird. buutiiiL'. redwiiiL'.
starling, purple martin, brown thrash,
er, Aiiierieau goldtlucli, chowink or
ground robin, poweo or iiluebe-birii.
ohickadeo or titmouse.
On an amendment by Mr. Ulendeu
ing the American eagle was included in
the list. A desperate ell'ort was made
to include the quail also, and Mr. Al
drich put iu an amendment to that ef
fect. The proposition was at first
agreed to, then reconsidered and de
feated. J'Mnally tho original bill, with
tho American eagle added, was passed
and scut to the senate.
Amesih'RY, .Mass., March 1!). Mrs.
George Hills, proprietress of tho noted
Oceanview House at Salisbury Beach
died yesterday, aged 72 years.
asked, says the Boston Journal of Com
merce. The explanation is tiiis : The
numbeison tho spools express tho mini
bei of "hanks" which aie required to
wind a pound. The very finest spinning
rarely exceeds :00 hanks to the pound,
while in the very coarsest theie is about
a half pound in each hank. The more
common qualities, however, those from
which sowing thread is usually made,
run from ten to lifty hanks to the pound,
and tho spools on which it is wound are
numbered fiom ten to lifty in accordance.
Uxiov, Mo., Mitroh Hi.Dr. Arthui
Duestrow, the millionaire murderer o,
St. Louis, who was convicted in the cir
cuit court hero a short time ago of kill
ing his wite and baby 111 St. Louis, u.
brought before Judgu. Hirad yesterday
and sentenced to bo hanged' April tt
Duestrow will be sent back to the Si.
Louis jail for safekeeping.
.litem lliiniliod lluvfl Died.
Xi;w York. March 1!J. A dispatt)
to Tho Herald from Buonos Ayres says
Tho total number of deaths on bourn
tho Italian cniisor Lombardia, from
yellow fever, according to Tho Herald'"
correspondent in Rio Janeiro,T3razil, is
104. Seventy-fcix of the crew arp still ill.
A, Tfl tt.
I'owaereu, m iy.
New Orleans, TH It 5
TEAS w tr N)rl 00
COAI.OIL Headllght.Tfl uallon " 15
BACON Breakfast, V ft 11 Q
ClearKides, T f 79 8
Hams, Trt Xb 1 1 pj
ouuuiuers, m tu ft
BEANS-V gallon -JO ai!5
BUTTER-'S tt lfiS-JlJ
CHICKEKS Each '2b m i!0
EGGS Tfl dozen dio
FLOUR-Llmestoue. V barrel SI fiO
Old Gold, TS barrel 1 60
MayRvllle Fancy, Tfl barrel 4 00
Mason County, & barrol 4 25
MorulUK Glory. ) barrel 4 '25
Roller Kuur.TH barrel 4 75
Magnolia, V barrel 4 60
Blue Grass, Tfl barrel 3 75
Graham, W sack 12 S15
ONIONS-Tfl peck a'i
POTATOES-1 peek, now 15
HONEY-W tb... 12 ,915
aunts 1 p gauon ju
MEAL fl peck 15
I.ARI fi pound 8';
APPLKS-W neck ISt&Ua
1 can iioue-ilrop Corn u'c
1 can best UcserveCorn Wo
1 can Yaruuuitli Corn ?
1 can best Apples (gallon) !
1 can best Apples (three-pound) 7c
1 can best 1'ie I'eaches (three-pound) 7i;
1 can best Cal. Lemon ("ling I'eaches (:!-lb.)....l.'ic
1 can best Oil. Yellow Free Poaches (:Mb.) lie
1 can best lialtlmore I'eaches. pealed (U-lb.) K'c
1 can best California Pears (three-pound) l.V
1 can early June Pens j0
1 can (i bus Kxtia smnll Peas pj(.
1 can iilbbs'Suiiertine Peas i,-,u
I cans Golden Gate Tomaiocs, incwgoods).. ,j,v
1 pound I.eu'ring'sCoiTee ;ie
:J packages rolled Oats j.je
li JMiiiiuts Hlce '5t,
1 gallon new Xavv llciins ''.'", " ""oc
1 gallon new hoiuluy '.u)e
12 bars good Soaj sw
7 bars Lenox Soaj :2'c
1 pound best New York Cream Cheese ".'.'.".'.15c
Lots of other goods too numerous to mention
equally as low. Compare our prices with olheis
as. ivocaniiot be undersold. Try our Itojal Blend
and Morning Joy Cotl'ee, tho best on earth. Per
fection Flour iV2i per barrel.
CUMMINS A: KKliaiOM Blue Rllihon&torif
.- "311 MLiU
Hi?5f IS MiJ
EMXilt nil' vnri
Y eak.Menii)r.v,l.oss ur Drain Power, I.oHt Vitality, N lKlit
ly KiiiUiilun. l! II Dream, lleailache.l'alnaln tlie I.linba
ami Hack anil Inminlty, caimed tiy youthful error, or
WK forfeit If our testimonials are not
true, llae tlieilria'cilstHhuw them
to you (iraililrfus wltli stamp anil ue
u 111 .nnil flu.... ami I.....L' I. IF 1. I.1 Tim
KI.IXIH OF VOL'Tll cures all Nervnu Diseases, micli an
eic-eases, ou-rlmliilgmii'e or almo of any klnilof either
fe- Auk fur Kl.l.XIU OK YOUTH, take no other, el ier
bottle, for(-. Holil under a fruaranteo to ciito or mon
ey i ef umltil. Pi ciarti(l only liy
THE OERMAN HOSPITAL REMEDY CO..
UHANU lUl'IDS, MCIIIUAN.
For Mile by J. C. PECOU A CO,; I)ruggUt.
J JACK BILLS Nk
3.ymly executed aiiUgr&
l,,t' "ulletli. oillco i-v
: : : MAYS VILLE : : :
New management. Fine work. Popular prltts
Work called for and delivered.
W. B. SCHAEFFER & CO.
1 lie Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wll.
sell, at private sale, the "Home Tract" of 8X .i.4
Arrea, near Helena Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing noi
Acre, ;il Acres mid '44 Acrea respectively.
No better land in the State. Terms to suit pur-
cliHers. Apply to
S A. Piper")
14. S. AVilllJ
JAMES N. KEH0E,
Attorney at Law.
Office : Court street, east sido.
Any iwrsoii or persons trespassing lu house or
on lot belonging to mo in village of Maytilii-k,
Alllk.m IVlllll.,- IV i.M ..n.llm. .l.n...l.. .... .f
cles of agreement paying or collecting rent with
out my permission Ih false pretensec I Avlll pros
ecute to tbooxtciitof tholaw. The Polleo Jtidge,
'J own Marshal and trustees of said place will see
that my property Is protected lu my absence.
Mfo. M. E. HUTCHISON,
'.dot N.ix; KIrby avenue, Cincinnati, O.
The flrinof Tomllnliro,s,1of Murphysvllle, Ky.,
have dissolved partnership. Those finding them
selves Indebted to the 1 rra will please call and
settle with W. S. Tonilln. W. S. Tomlln will set
tle all debtii ol tliollrin, TOMLIN 1IHOS.,
J Murphjbvlllo, Ky.
1 W. ZWEIOART, JR.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Corns: ol Second and Button Street.
'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.'
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
known for 15 years as the
I BEST REMEDY for PILES.,
SOlTIk JIY ALT, IIKVOOIHTS,
raiuuAuutJOU ued CO., ST. LOUIS
UIM'AIKINii ofnll IcIikIh
iloim pi-oinptly mid on J.
ery reasoiiiiM., toruiM.
Optlciiui, ill V. Ninth
street, Cincinnati. O., will
be at tho Central Hotel,
jlny, Al'ltll. , retutti
Ing every first Thursdny
HrOlasses adjusted to all forms of defective
vision at popular prices.