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BIG AND GOOD. B
r PLUG A
Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the
effort to give big quantity for little money.
JNo doubt about that.
But once in a while it isn't.
For instance, there's " BATTLE AX,"
The piece is btesrer than you ever saw
before for 5 cents. And the quality is, as
many a man lias said, " mighty good."
There's no guess work in this statement
It is iust a plain fact.
You can prove it
in "BATTLE AX."
Thero aro farmers who don't plow in '
(ho fall for tho reason that it takes bo
much preparation tho following sprig I
im nrlrli inn fr fln lnhnv nvnmiiTnil in ! '
Jl UUUlklUU W V4VJ tUWA VAVUUUCU 1U IUV
fall in order to get tho seed bed in good
condition. Tho Iowa Homestead, com
menting on tho foregoing, says: There
is a very considerable drift away from
fail plowing. It used to bo valued very
highly. Then came a timo when it was
regarded more as a matter of conven
ience and a question of tine, a good
deal of fall plowing being dono to avoid
tho press of work in tho spring. When
a sod of long standing was to bo broken
up, fall plowing, with some subse
quent stirring, was a good method to
minimize tho cutworm pest. Thero is
now, however, a largo and increasing
number of farmers who do not lay the
stress upon fall plowing that they for
This, That and tho Other.
And now a plow operated by electrici
ty is tho latest. A Chicago inventor
claims ho has perfected tho implement.
A good authority says that cheap pork
is most easily mado by feeding clover.
Tho Farmers' Review reports that
tho pruno industry has grown to bo one
of tho most important interest! in the
state of Oregon.
Bubach, Crescent, Haverland, War
field and Greenville, among tho pistil
late varieties of strawberries, stand in
high favor among members of the Mis
souri Stato Horticultural society,
A Saline county (Nob. ) farmer has
100 acres of popcorn planted this year.
Ho has found ii a profitable crop, which
meets ready salo generally in tho Chi
Louisville, Sept. 17. At an early
hour yesterday morning Carrie Jen
nings, colored, iu a fit of jealousy,
stubbed Monroe Bell, colored, aged 32
Years, to death, and then fatally shot
herself in tho head. Tho tragedy oc
curred in the lied Light district on
Green street, between Seventh and
Tho Czar's .Mission.
London, Sept. 17. Tho Vienna corre
spondent of Tho Timos has acquired a
conviction that tho czar's tour of Eu
rope has entailed no modification what
ever of tho grouping of tho powers. Tho
czar, ho says, is not disposed to enter
tain a policy which would oncourago
Franco in any project of revanche.
Outbreak on tho fiolomon I it Intuit.
Vienna, Sept. 17. A scientific party
from tho warship Albatross, it is just
announced hero, was attacked on Aug.
10 by natives of Guadalcanar, Solomon
islands. Geologist Foulton, a midship
man and two seamen were killed.
Many natives wero also killed.
S online Vessel Viva Seized.
Ottawa, Sept. 17. Telegrams just
received hero by tho minister of marine
and fisheries report that tho sealing ves
sel Viva was 6oized in Behring sea by
tho cruiser Rush for infraction of Arti
cle 1 of tho Paris award.
Sur 17.1k Iz Slk.
Paris, Sopt. 17. Sir Isaac Pitman,
tho originator of tho spelling reform
and a system of phonetic shorthand, is
dangerously ill in (his city.
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by investing 5 cents
Caught by a Cave-In.
Elkhart, Iiid., Sept. 17. Chris
Kloffeustein, a resident of this city,
while ditrgiug in a gravel pit at Misha-
wnfcfl llllfl 11Q filrilll nriicliorl hoilir
" ( ...m .. muv,u wu.x
buried by tho caving in of overhanging
Danville, .Ky., Sopt. 17. Dr. "Wil
liam Clark Young, president of Contro
collego, dropped dead yesterday just
after making tho annual opening ad
dress. Ho was 54 years old.
i . ...., , ,. .
Sodom, Ind., Sept. 17. Simon Seals,
10 years old, son of George Seals, fell
upon his back from an applo tree,
alighting upon a sassafras snag, which
pierced his body at tho loin, coming
out about tho middlo of tho abdomen,
and then bxeaking. Tho lad will not
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla,
When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla,
When she had Children, sho gave them Castor!
Itovlow of tho Gralu and Livestock Mar
heU For September 17.
Cnttlcv-Prlme, U 5J4 03; good butch
ers, 81 40i 0J; bulls, stags and cows,
13 003 5); rough fat, 53 303 00. Hogs
Primo light, $3 653 60; heavy, $3 2ut3
3 30; common to fair, V 60(33 00. Sheep
Extra, $3 G53 70; good, $3 803 25;
common, $2 Ui'2 50; spring Iambi, $3 75
i 00; veal calves, f 0 000 50.
Wheat 57001c. Corn 2S025o. Cat
tlo Selected butchers, $3 054 10; fair to
medium, 3 003 50; common. $3 00
2 75. Hogs Selected nnd primo butchors,
53 303 a5; packing, 2 15(33 25; common
to rough. $3 503 00. Sheep S3 003 00;
lunibs, 13 50S1 00.
Hogs Solocted butchers, 13 5003 20;
mixed, 53 7C3 85. Cattlo Poor to
choico stcors, f J 405 10; others, $3 850
4 75; cows and bulls, $1 25(33 25. Sheep
II 602 85; lambs, $3 5Q4 00.
Cattlo S3 204 75. Shcop-f3 003 50;
Iambi, $3 75(&5 00.
MnyavIUe llctuil Market.
GREEN COFFEE-fJ ID 22 325
MOLAS3E3 new crop, ty gallon 50 G0
Golden Syrup. 35 40
8orghum. fancy new a35
Extra C, ft 5
A, tb. 5
Granulated, $ to bK
Powdered, lt ?J
Now Orleans, ty tb 5
TEAS-fl m 5091 00
COAL OIL-IIeadlight, gallon 15
BACON Breakfast, $ tt 11
Clearsldes, $ m 7 8
Hams, tf lb u 912
Shoulders, lb 8
BEANS gallon 20 a
BUTTER-$ tb 15 (320
CIIICKENB-Eacb 15 &iQ
EGGS dozen 1J
FLOUR Limestone, $ carrel U 50
Old Gold, fl barrel 4 50
Maysvilie Fancy, Jft barrel 4 00
Mason County, a barrel t 4 00
Morning Glory$ barrel 4 (O
Roller King, barrel- 4 0
Magnolia, $ barrel 4 50
Blue Grass, $ barrel 3 75
Graham, ' sack 12 15
Uii 1 yji'i om Tfl pec& ................... o
POTATOES- peck, new w 10
HOMINY-W gallon 15
LARD-tf pound 8
ADVICES FROM HAWAII.
Dark Wrecked Near Honolulu, but All on
Hoard Were Saved
Sax Francisco, Sept. 17. Tho steam
er Australia has just reached this port,
bringing advices from Honolulu up to
Tho bark Gainsborough, from New
castle for San Francisco, coal laden,
went ashore near Diamond Head, four
miles from Hbuolulu, Aug. 10, and was
a total loss. Her crew, with tho cap
tain, his wifo and children, left in boats
and wero pickod up by a tug.
Minister Willis denies that President
Cleveland empowered him to negotiate
with the Dolo government for either
annexation or return to a monarchical
form of government. Ho said tho mat
ter had never been referred to Wash
ington. HJg Slllt IlOffUM.
Nnw York, Sept. 17. Robert H. Mo
Cracken began suit yesterday against
James Pendleton Oruger and others to
seize Wall street and other real estato
tosatify a judgment for $72,033 ob
taiued iu Texas in 1881, against Cruger.
A suit of similar nature was tiled by D.
Sullivan & Company, bankers of San
Antonio, Tex., against the same de
fendants for $08,799 for money loaned
Cruger. Charges of fraud in obtaining
tho credits and transfer of real estato
Lau'atlryinen Elect Ofllcorn.
Chicago, Sept. 17. Tho Laundry
men's National association adjourned
yesterday after a three days' meeting
devoted to matters of interest to tho
trade. For tho ensuing year tho fol
lowing oflicers were chosen: President,
I. N. Williams, Lexington, Ky.; first
vice president, W. H. Dorsoy, Atlanta;
second vice president, O. J, Cassidy,
Pittsburg; treasurer, W. J. Lloyd, Wil
Pittsburg, Sept. 17. J. Morton Hall
died at his residenco in Allegheny yes
terday from tho effects of a pistol shot,
which passed through his body near tho
heart. Much mystery surrounds tho
6hooting, his wifo maintaining that it
was tho result of accident. For many
years ho was general passenger agent ot
tho Allegheny Valley Railway com
pany. Stopped tho llurlal.
Frankfort, Ky., Sopt. 17. Acting
Governor Worthington pardoned Harold
Jones of Scott county, serving two years
for malicious cutting. Jones is ill of
typhoid fever, and was believed to bo
dead for two hours yesterday. His
father came hero and purchased a cofiin.
Af torwards tho young man revived and
Is still alive.
Norwcglim Settlers Reunion.
Madison, Wis., Sept. 17. A largely
attended reunion of old Norwegian set
tlers of the United States opened hero
yesterday. Prominent among tho par
ticipants was Senator Knuto Nelson of
Minnesota, ex-Minister to Denmark E.
B. Anderson and Hallen Stesland, con
ml general for Norway and Sweden.
Frintlnc Press Company Falls.
Chicago, Sept. 17. TheMiehlo Print
ing Press and Manufacturing company
has been closed by the sheriff on judg
ments aggregating $48,000. It is said
that tho liabilities outside of tho in
debtedness to tho bank aro small. Tho
company is one of tho largest concerns
of its kind in the city.
Labrador Fishery, a Failure
St. John's, N. F Sept. 17. Tho
failure of the Labrador Fishery is now
said to bo comploto. Tho mail steamer
roports no improvement. This is the
worst disaster that can befall tho colony,
tho cod fishery being tho industry upon
which depends most of the population
at riTTSDuna n n e
Pittsburg 0000000000 6 4
Cincinnati 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0-11 0 0
Iiatterlcs Hastings, Hughoy and Boyle
and Merritt; Rhincs and Gray. Umpire
at riTTSDuna n n k
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 51
Cincinnati 0 0301000 04 51
Batteries Hawley and Sugdon; Dwyor
and Gray. Umpire Sheridan.
AT BALTIMORE K H E
Baltimore 2 0103000 0 0 14 3
Boston 0 2231000 0 8 13 1
Batteries Pond, Corbott and Robin
Bon ; Stivctts and Borgen. Umpire
Lynch. AT WASHINGTON R H E
Washington 0 3 10200 0 1110 3
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 55
Batteries Morcor and Farrollj Stein
and Burrcll. Umpire Iloydler.
AT NEW YORK U II E
Now York 0 0 0 10 10 0 03 82
Philadelphia.... 2 0000101 3-0 12 2
Batteries Mcekin and Wilson; Carsey
and Grady, Umpire Horning.
AT CLEVELAND R H E
Cleveland 10102 00 0s 4 8 4
Chicago 0 0100000 01 43
Aro aa peculiar &s unavoidable, tad cannot bo
discuBied or treated as wo do those to which the
entire human family Is subject. Menstruation
latloua to hor health, that
or Painful, aho soon be
comes languid, nervous
and Irritable, tho bloom
leaves her cheek and very
grave complications arise
unless regularity and vigor
Is restored to these organs
is a receipt of ono of tho
most noted physicians of
tho South whoro troubles
of this sort prevail more
extensively than in anv
other section, and has never failed to correct
disordered Menstruation. It restores health
and strength to tho suffering woman,
THE BfMDNCLD REO.ULATOR CO., ATLANTA, QAi
Sol 4 by H DrvttUts at .00 per Bottle.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. Thero is comfort in
tho knowledge that so many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the 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 is
everywhere esteemed so highly b.y all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects uro due to the fact, that it is the
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. Itis 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 tho enjoyment of good health,
and tho system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies are not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to tho most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then ono should have tho best, and with
tho well-informed ever where, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general sati sf action.
Iu obedience to a Judgment and order of pale
of tho Mason County Court, rendered September
7th, JbOG, In the matter of Joseph K. Wultou as
signed to Charles T. Calvert, for benefit of credi
tors, I shall on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896
town, Kj.. proceed to sell Bt public auction to
mo nignest ana uesi uiaaer on acreoit oi one,
two aud three years, tho farm of Joseph F. Wal
ton, situated in Mason County, Kentucky, about
two miles from Germantown and on tho Walton
and Frazee turnpike road and bouuded as fol
lows: On tho North by tho lands of Suan I.
Walton, on the Knst by the lands of the lloran
heirs, on the South by tho lands of the late
Peter Molloy and tho lands of Joseph T, Froze c,
and on the West by the Walton and Frazee turn
pike road, containing 13.1 acres more or less,
being sAtnc sold and conveyed Joseph F. Walton
by John II. Walton aud wire January 2,&srJ, by
deed recorded in deed book VO, page 2W, of
Mnon County Court Kecoro.
This will bo n splendid opportunity to buy a
good Mason County farm. Hemembcr tho date
Purchaser must be prepared to promptly
execute bond with approved security, bearing
Interest from day of sale until paid.
CHARMS T. CALVERT,
Assignee of Joseph F. Walton.
Sallec it Sallce, Attorneys'.
fceptcmbcr Mh, l&'Jt).
Sixteen ounces to the
pound and 4 pounds
Leaf Lard for 25 cts,,
at & & & &
'"SWEET melodies of oth
er days" may be all very well to
dream about, but when it comes
to stern reality, TRAXEL'St
CHERRY RIPE goes to the spot.
Telephone No. J896 for your ICE
With larger quarters nnd better facilities for
serving my patrons. 1 am now located at Xos. 113
and 115 West Second, opposite Washington Opera
Paints, Ate. To close out some Wall Paper It will
bo sold nt 10 to 20 cents; original price W cents,
WAV W. 11. 1YU1,
All persons having claims Against tho trust
estato of A. M. Bramel are notified to present
them at once to the undersigned aHVedonla,
Ky., properly verified, for payment.
A. H. CALVERT, assignee.
Notice to Creditors
All persons having claims against the trust
estato of Con. Gullfovlo are hereby notified that
the undersigned will sit to receive claims against
said estate, from September -ith to October 4th.
l&M. C. B. 1'EAHCE, JR., Assignee.
Maysvilie, Ky., Sept. 4, 1690.
WE are authorized to announce T. L. BEST as a
candidate for Sheriff at the November elec
llon, 1697, subject to the action of the Democratic
A large, two-story double tenement bouse,
constructed of the best material, containing
twelve large, light rooms, water Ac. All practi
cally new, costing $3,300. Situated ,ou East
Fourth street in Maysvilie. Ky., which rents for
$21 per month. Is ode red upon tho following
easy terms to a responsible party : Fori
Payable In 100 monthly Installments of $20 each
with Interest ot A per cent. It will bo seen that
the rent In 100 months will pay for the property.
For Inspection of the property and further in
formation see J. N. KEHOE,
lOtf Court street, Maysvilie, Ky.
Situated on tho Maysvilie and Burtonvlllo
turnpike, thirteen and a half miles from Mays
vlllo and two and a half from Burtonvllle. Two
churches ono Reform aud one MethodIst,,tho
farthest only a mile distant. A Hut-class tchool
within half a mile.
The farm contains twenty-six acres, well fenced
and well watered by three ponds and a good cis
tern. A good house with five rooms stands back
from the ptko about fifty yards and is rolling
from houso to pike. Kugulcs Camp Grounds
about three-quarters of a mile distant. Orchard
centains the following: forty-eight apple trees.
'20 pear trees, 19 plum trees, iu pcaen trees, 4
quince trees, 11 cherry trees and 1 aero of straw
berries, Sharpies; 1 acre raspberries, Black Caps.
A splendid garden, paled in. In a good neigh
borbood. Two blacksmith shops, two stores oud
a grist mill. A good barn, smoke home, hen
house and other outbuildings. The land lays
well. A widow and want to leave, the reafcou for
selling. Price $050 cash, net.
ctf Burtonvllle, Ky.
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wil.
sell, at private ale, the "Home Tract" of 8H 3-4
Acres, near Helena Station: al&o three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acren, :iO Acres and !M Acres respectively.
No better land in the State. Terms to suit pur-
cnasers. Apply to
S. A. Piper")
G.S. Wall, J
Attorney at Law
Court St., Maysvilie, Ky.
Poropt attention to Collections and legal matters.
C. F. Zweigart&Co.,
Second and Sctton Strefts..
REPAIRING of all kinds done promptly and on
very reasonable terms. Special attention given
to REPAIRING BICYCLES. Satisfaction guarau
Optician, 411 W, Ninth
street, Cincinnati. O., will
bo at the Central Hotel,
day, SEPT. 3d, return
ing every first Thursday
of each month.
xHTGlasses adjusted to all forms of defective
vision at popular prices.
K R. GILMORE.
GRANITE, MARBLE AND FREESTONE
All Monumental work dono in tho best manner
Second Slnci, Abovt Optra IToiut.
Lettersf Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine.
Session begins 15tli September ,
Mild climate. Kxcelieut gymnasium. For
WM. M. THORNTON, LL.D., Chairman.
WANTED A reliable man to sell oils and
creases through this section. Address THE
BEACON OIL CO.. Cleveland. O. 11-lw
YV 81,000 for bxA
of only 8310, or for
loan on improved real estato
4 years nt Guaranteed net cost
or 10 vears at 195. and othor
sums In proportion. A. E. COLE & SON.
FOUND Saturday, a pocketbook containing a
sum of money. Call on D. M. PEEBLES,
corner Second and Commerce. Fifth Ward.
POUND Saturday, on Second street, a black
leather pocket book, containing small sum.
Owner can get same at this ofllco. 14-d3t
FOR S AliE.
FOR SALE A second-hand baby buggy, Ap-
Ply at this office. 14-dtf
10OHSALK Guaranteed b per cent, bonds, run
X? ulng 10 years or less ; coupons payable semi
annual! v at First National Bank of May&vlllOi
Ky. A. E. COLE & SON.
IOU SALE House und four lots at a bargain.
r Easy terms. Apply to FRANK DEVINE,
FOR RENT The houso and shop at Tuckahoe,
Kv. Ik thn best stand in thn rnnntv tnv a
good smith and wood-workman. Call on or ad
dress J. J. HAGGERTy, Tuckahoe, Ky. 12tf
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