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"Big as a
For 5 cents you get almost as
much "Battle Ax" as you do of
other high grade goods for 0 cents
Before the days of "Battle Ax"
consumers paid 10 cents for same
quality.' Now, "Battle Ax"
Highest Grade, 5 cents That's
Eegular May Term-Settlements Filed
and Othor Business Trans
acted. The regular May term of the Mason
County Court was held Monday, Judge
The following settlements were ordered
Joseph M. Ilynr ami Dr. S. E. rollitt, trustees of
tho Iliatt fund.
Thomas Breeze, guardian of George Breeze.
Cnnrles W. Clark, administrator of E. C. Clark.
A. J. Stiles and II. D. Watson, guardlaus of
William II., Lula B. and Mary 51. Howard.
5Iattic E. Davis, administratrix of Kobert 51.
Towell B. Owens, administrator of Alfred
Report of a settlement with "William
Gabby, administrator of Mary Gabby,
filed and continued for exceptions.
The will of John II. "Ward was ad
mitted to record. Martha Ward qualified
as executrix without surety, lie be
queathed all his estate to his wife.
J. V. Thomas qualified as guardian of
Oliver P. and Clemency F. Thomas, with
C. "V. Williams as surety.
Reports of C. W. Williams, guardian
of Bessie and Clinton Stockdale, filed
and ordered recorded.
Reports of J. W. Thomas, guardian of
G. W. Thomas, Clemency F. Thomas,
Olley Thomas, Walter V. Thomas and
Nellie May Thomas, filed and ordered
R. S. Weaver qualified as administrator
of James A. Caywood, with Willis
Weaver surety. Appraisers, C. W. Wil
liams, II. B. Craycraft and J. A. Manley.
Mary Ann Gault qualified as adminis
trator of J. W. Gault with R. F. Gault,
Ross P. Gault and Scott Stevenson as
sureties. Appraisers, E. L. Belfry, Lewis
Jefferson and It, T. Watson.
J. W. Rees and J. W. Prather wore
appointed commissioners to assess the
property owners along the Shannon and
Lowell turnpike a sufficient amount to
pay the indebtedness of said road.
A, E. Colo qualified as guardian of
Sarah It. Taylor and Jano Taylor, with
A. D. Colo as surety.
Y. M. 0. A. Meeting.
The Board of Directors of the Y. M. 0.
A. will meet to-morrow (Wodnesday)
afternoon at 4 o'clock atY. M. 0. A. hall.
A full attendance of the board is espeo
ially desired, as there will be business of
importance for consideration.
A. 0 U. W.
Regular meeting to-night at hall on
Sutton Btreot at 7:30. A full attendance
is desired. R. II. Wallace, Recorder.
Mr. F. J. Ginn and Mr. II. B. Holmes,
of tho O. nnd O., woro in town yesterday.
Mr. Ginn will take Mr. Holmes' position
as Assistant Traveling Auditor on this
division. Mr. Holmes goes to the Hunt
i ill ii f i rf i iiOHiiB
AT CINCINNATI R n E
Cincinnati 0 0G00202 x 10 11 1
Washington 0 0300000 03 73
Batteries Foreman nnd Pletz; Mo
James and McCauley. Umpire Hursfc.
AT CHICAGO u h e
Chicago 1 1000010 1 4 10 3
Boston 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 45
Batteries Friend and Kittredgo; Nich
ols nnd Ryan. Umpires Weldmau and
AT ST. LOUIS R n E
St. Louis 0 0001100 03 83
Baltimore 800000 1 Ox 4 0 2
Batteries Breltensteln and McFarland:
McMahon and Robinson. Umpire Ems
lie. AT PITTSBURG RUE
Pittsburg 3 0 0 10 1 OOx 4 13 4
New York 00010100 03 08
Batteries Klllon nnd Sugden; Clark
and Wilson. Umpire Sheridan.
AT CLEVELAND R n E
Cleveland 0 0300000 0 3 13 2
Philadelphia ....00100003 010 12 2
Batteries Cuppy and Zimmer; Carsey
and Clements. Umpire Lynch.
Iteviow of tho Grain nnd Livestock Mar
kets For May 13.
Cattle Prime, 4 204 40; good butch
ers, (i SO I 10; bulls, btags and cows,
il 753 50; rough fat, S3 uu3 75; fresh
eows and springers, ( 1545. Hogs Primo
light, f3 053 70; heavy, S3 503 (30;
common to fair, s?3 003 10. Sheep Ex
tra, $3 003 70; good, 3 203 40; com
inon, $2 753 00; spring lambs. ?3 50
1 25; veal calves, S4 O04 50.
Wheat 08 70c. Corn 3132c. Cat
tleSelected butchors, 53 854 00; fair to
medium, S3 403 80; common, J2 75
8 ys, Hogs Selected and prime butchors,
J3 803 35; packing, $3 15$3 25; common
to rough, 3 0OtS3 15. Sheep $2 50t33 75.
Lambs f3 5J4 75.
Hogs Selected butchers, $3 103 35;
mixed, $3 25(3:3 35. Cattle Poor to
choice steers, $3 8D4 85; others, $3 0':
4 2ft; cows and bulls, $1 753 40. Sheet)
C2 750J3 00; lambs. S3 601 50.
Catt--2 754 25. Sheep-f3 004 00:
lumbs, U 005 23.
Itlnysville Iletnll Market.
3REHN COFFKK-tB IB 22 (025
MOLASSES new crop, V gallon 60aCJ
Golden Syrup 35 3'0
Sorghum, fancy new 35
Extra C, U tt 5
A, B tb bV,
Granulated, $ !t cj4
Powdered, 1R Iti i2
Now Orleans, 81 tb ry,
TEAS 1 tb 50Q1 00
C'OAI.OIL Headlight, gallon 15
BACON Breakfast, ty ft 11 g
Clearsldes. i ft in s
Hams, $ ft U 012
Shoulders,?) ft 8
BEANS 1) gallon 20 O
BlITTKK Kl ft 12 (315
UHICKENS Each 25 S'iO
EGGS ty dozen (410
FLODK Limestone, M barrel W 60
Old Gold, fe) barrel 4 60
Maysvlllo Fancy, f) barrol 4 00
Mason County, & barrel 4 25
MornlngGlory.fi barrel 4 25
Roller King, $ barrel 4 75
Magnolia, l barrol 4 60
Bluo Grass, W barrol 3 76
uranam, $i sacs , 12 16
ONIONS W peek 23
POTATOES Kl peck, new 10
UONKY-V ft. 12 b
HOMINY-U gallon 10
MEAL m peek 15
LARD ID pound 8
Mr. D. F. Frazee still has faith in tho
future of Middlesborough and contem
plates building some handsome resi
TOWBOAT BLOWN DP
Harry Brown Sunk Twenty-
Five MileslBelow Vicksburg.
ELEVEN KNOWN TO BE LOST.
Six Others Injured, Several of Them Serf,
ously Tho Uoat Was a Complete Wreck
niul Sunk lu Less Than Five Minutes.
Names of Thoso Known to no Lost and
Vicksburg, Miss., May 12. Ono of
the most terrible river disasters of re
cent years occurred Sunday night about
25 miles below this city. The towboat
Harry Brown of Pittsburg, upward
bound from Now Orleans, exploded her
boilers at 11 o'clock. Tho boat was a
complete wreck nnd sank in less than
five minutes. Eleven lives are known
to be lost, as follows:
Norman Dravo, pilot.
G. V. Bardsloy, steersman.
William Dougherty, chief engineer.
Miss Annie Hess, chambermaid.
Tom Judge, fireman.
William Wilson, fireman.
William Fitzmorris, first mato.
Pat Carniff, second mato.
William Kolloy, lamp trimmer.
Frank Adrain of Cincinnati and John
Wagner of Louisvillo are missing and
are supposed to have drowned.
Tho survivors and also tho wounded
were brought to this city on the Hon
shell. Six of the officers and crow of
the Brown are in tho marine ward of
the Vicksburg hospital as follows:
Captain John Kinie, hip 'seriously in
jured. William Grimme, carpenter, log
John Hardy, fireman, badly scalded
and otherwise seriously injured.
Dennis J. Lomey, second engineer,
badly scalded and internally injured;
will probably die.
Two deckhands, names unknown.
Pilot Dravo, who was lost, was of
Pittsburg, and was a most excellent
man, whose death will bo greatly re
gretted. Tho bodies of tho three dead men
who were brought here are at Fischer's
undertaking establishment, and have
been embalmed and will bo scut to their
The towboat Honshell was so near
the scene when the explosion occurred
that her yawls were lowered atouco
and were promptly manned and saved
many lives that would have been lost if
it had not been for their prompt 6ervico.
Captain Kime, tho master of tho
Brown, although seriously injured, re
mained on the after part of tho cabin
roof of tho Brown, whero he had been
blown by tho explosion. Ho was seen
yesterday by a reporter, and said:
"The afterpart of the cabin floated off
from the hull, and it sank to tho bottom
of the river, I directed tho efforts of the
men who wero at work rescuing tho
"Myself and Pilot Dan Kane wero in
tho Brown's pilothouso when the ex
plosion occurred. It would bo impos
sible for any ono to tell how many of
the seven boilers exploded, as tho dark
ness prevented any one seeing any
thing. It seemed that tho hull went
down in less than a minute. I have no
blame to attach to any one, as the causo
of the explosion will never be known,
as the ohief engineer, William Dough
erty, who was on watch, was lost."
The officers and boat's crow spoak in
tho most grateful praise of tho officers
and crew of tho steamer St. Joseph,
who contributed clothing and other sub
stantial. Captain Kime expects to send the
crew of tho Brown to their homes by
rail as soon as he receives instructions
.'tB TRIUMPH OF LOVfi
JIAPPi, FRUITFUL 3IARKIAKC."
:verr Jinn Who IVcuM Know iho
CSvnnd Truths, tho Plain Tacts, tho
New Discoveries of Itlct'.ical .'Science
ns Applied to Slurried lAta, Who
Voul.I Atone for Pnst Error nm'
Avoid I'uturo Pitfall;, .Should Bcti:rc
tho V.'auilcrful I-Ittlo Doolc CuIUV
" Complete lilnnhood, mid How to At
" Hero nt lrt is Information from n H'i
rvuuIcr.lEoureothut must woik wonders wii.i
tbWfccnerutioncf men "
Tho book fully describes n method by which
to attain full vigor and manly povcr.
A iuo'ho'1 by which .o end nil unnatural
To euro nervousness, lack of colf-ccntrcl, 'Ic
Tooselmncon Jiflo.l and worn naturo f r
rio of briRlitncei, b-oyncy nrd powi r.
'i o euro forever effects ot csccsbcs.ovcrwcr:;.
Tj hofullotrenr:th,t!ovclop:nont nnd to-.i
to c-cry portion r.nd crrran of tho Indy,
A'.o no barrier. Tallura impossible. Two
Ih .uand references.
Tho book U purely raceMcr.1 rnrt rclnntlfe,
u?Mcss to curiosity EccUcre, i.ivaluablo to iucu
caly who need It.
Ade-palrlns man, who had npplicd to v.3,
"Well, I tell yoa that flr-t day is ono I'll
never forget. I JuU bubbled with Joy. J.
v.v'.uted to hurr everybody and tell thorn my
nMbclr had died yesterday, end my new eclf
v.tii b.-rn to-day. "Why didn't you toll rro
w.i?n I ilrct vrroto thu I wculcl f.nd it thi3
And another thus:
"if yen clumped a cart load of cold ntray
et It would not bring ouch plnilness Into my
.. o n.H your method has done."
, V.t0 lSrtlir EluP MHMCATj COMPANY,
""no, N. Y., nnd nfk for tho llttlo book
IK I "(JOUVLWm MANHOOD." Jlofer to
lu ia?cr, nr.d tho company promisee to Bend
boolr, In eealcd envelope, without any
"1-s, and entirely freo, until it is well Intro.
1 1 V i ' ' '
JsMr1& 'til mm WnKf)"mvfMs
With n better understanding of the
transient nature of tho many phys
ical ills which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
tho knowledge that so many forms of
sickness nre not due to anv actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tho system, Which tho pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is tho only
remedy with millions of families, and fs
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects arc due to the fact, thnt It is the
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine article,
which is manufactured by tho 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 aro not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then ono should have the best, and with
tho well-informed every where, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
ALL WE A3Kss
Is a comparison. Your money
back if roods arc not satisfac
tory. The BLUE RIBBON
STORE, corner of Third and
Limestone. You Avill find us
handing out tho very best
quality of goods at prices that
no other concern in tho city
Wo have made arrangements to
handle STRAWBERRIES for
parties in Greenup County
who cultivate CO acres, which
will enable us to furnish all
Maj'svillo and vicinity with the
finest Berries that come to
this market, both at wholesale
CUMMINS & REDMOND.
Is the man to call on if
yon want good
Candies and Fruits!
REPAIRING of all kinds done promptly nnd on
I!?ri?ir wmvHl0!; JPcM attention given
, .umim.u mj hjl.1. Duusiacuon guaran
As administrator of Alexander Enochs, deceas
ed, I will oiler for sale on the premises the fol
lowing described property, nt 2 o'clock p. m.. on
with Illflcksm th Shop, Stable nnd nil necessary
outbuild lugs. In Lewisburg, JIason County, Kyi.
ono of the best stands for a pood smith in the
county. Also two other lots ndjolnin? the nbovo
property. Terms made known rn day of sale.
, . , . . JAMES E.CAH1IX,
co'" Administrator of Alexauder Enochs.
sirfnrMZ "".'" '"?"'"-' ?sw
ii S5tn "; ""'BUO,"lniu uul cost
of only 8310, or for 10 years nt JI95, nnd other
sums in proportion.
A. H. UJLE & SON.
ANTED Three white girls.
Apply at this
OK S ALH A Brussels stair carpet. Apply to
L1 MIIS. JOHNNIE WET.1.S. ,vn JJ!;..i
h i?inJ,'Ai K lcu" wishing to purchase
X1 "Skinner's rplk-lorn" can get one nearly
new clienp by calling nt 1111,1, HOUSE, room 11'.
IjiOH SALE uunranteeil 8 per cent, bonds, run
nnuunlly at I-lrst National Bank of' Maysville,
- lll. .(U4JUU l.A'l
1OltSALE Houm) and four lots nt n buranln,
r Easy terms. Apply to FRANK DEVINE,
J. "llrlck How." est Second street. Aeon-
F c Pi I kv vteHI,0 Hm. AWY o JAMES
E. ( l L1.KN, No. way, Market street. East side.
ti'Ult KENT 'iho dcMrttblu trame dwelllmr nri
r west ido Llmehtouo street, between Third
nnd Fourth, now occupied by E. II. Ulnzei.
Fossessiou given on 1st. Apply to O. M. Mil
, uu mvfti j-nmiu eotta!o uu Fourth street
j. Kiiiiwu us inp (jorrnn lions e :" c ght rooms
and celler. Apply to J. p. WADSWQKTHt agent!
Jb si eeiand EpIsqopalChn eh ov Thlrt," K r
oTgold spectacles. Heturn to this offl"o ' "Ptf l
I OS-i About n week ago, a cold mnlnl wit;
MJ tno name "Amanda U. BramM. m.iii
Ky" on one side.
5r,u'i ": urewiei. Aiaysvil 0.
Tho finder will plcoso return
u io mis omce
The Fruit season ol ISOCiscloso at hand
nnd I have perfected arrangements with
some of tho largest nnd most successful
Fruit growers of the Ohio River hills to
handle their entire crop of
This fruit Is grown on the elevated lands,
principally in Lewis County, by growers
of long experience, nnd will be much su
perior to any grown ion the low or flat
lands. It will bo received by express and
placed on tho market hero on the samo
day it is gathered, and will bo furnished
to dealers nnd consumers in first-class
condition. Special prices nlways given to
dealers, so as to enable them to sell at
same prices I sell to consumers and make
My Supply of Vegetables
will also be at nil times full nnd of very
best quality, and lowest prices.
A speclnl invitation is extended coun
try people to make my house their head
quarters when In our city.
R. B. LOYEL,
The Leading Grocer.
City Clerk's Office, "I
Maysvillc, Ky May 1, lb'JC. J
Notice is hereby given that the Supervisors of
Taxes for the o itv of Maysville will meet at the
Council Chamber on
Thursday, May 14th,
For the purpose of examining nnd correcting the
Assessors list for the year 1S1H3.
C E. BROSEE, City Clerk.
: : : MAYSVILLE : : :
New management. Fine work. Popular prices.
Work called for nnd delivered.
W. B. SCHAEPFER & CO.
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wll.
Bell, nt private sale, the "Home Tract" of 8H a-4
Acres, near Helena Station; nUo three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acres and 34 Acres respectively.
No better land in the State. Terms to suit pur-
CiB, "I'l'V I"
S. A. riper")
O. S. TVnllJ ,
SrcoxD and Sutton SraErrs..
M. E. GILMORK
GRANITE, MARBLE AND FREESTONE
All Monumental work done In tho best manner
Second Street, Abou Opera Howe,
i TflBLER'S '
1 BOOK EYE
'CURES K0THI8G BUT PILES.1
A SURE and CERTAIN CURl
known for IB vears as tho
I BEST REMEDY for PILES.
nalllfllll tnle- HaTe the dmirKlst (how them
vltfi stamp anil e
book KHEK. Tbo
m.n.iinil An m4
T m W to you or address wit
vrtvmn..... nm Beau incm snu iiuuk f jti.ni
f OK YOUTH cures all Nerroua DUeasos, such ai
its iMlnor?Loii of Drain I'ower, Lout Vitality, N Bht-
"i hack nnd Inianlty, caused by youthful errors, or
excesses, over Imlulmnce or abuse of any kind of either
K,i A"k 'orKLIXlH OF YOUTH, take no other. H per
Douie, s forJ. Rold under a miarantce to cure or mon
ey refunded. Prepared onlyTiy
TUB fJBRMAN HOSPITAL REflGDY CO.,
UlUND 1UTIDS, MCU1QAK.
For sale by J. C. FECOR & CO., Drugftists.
W"i,' uuiuorueu iq nnnounco . maiw"
THOMAS, of Miunn fount v. n rnndldate
(or Congress from this, the Ninth, district; suBject
I to the action of the Democratic party.
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