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CINCINNATI TOBACCO MARKET.
Less Spirit Last Week Than For Some
Time, Hut This h Regarded as Only
TheCincinnati Leaf Tobacco Warehouse
Company in its circular for the week has
the following :
J "here was probably less spirit lu the market
s week than for some time, but wc consider
It only a temporary indifference on the part of
buyers, such as occurs from time to time, and
have no doubt but that the full st'Ciigth of the
market will be recovered next week. In fact, the
bidding nt the close on Friday was stronger
than at tho beginning on1 Tuesday. Low grades
varied considerably and the very poor ones sold
low but these goods are about as common as wc
have ever seen them, and there being an abun
dance of this kind we could hardly expect other
wise. Mediums, red tobacco, &c.,werc readily
taken at abou( the satno prices as (ho previous
week j In 'fact, they sold comparatively better
than the best grades, of which lajtcir it "must be
said that they more than any other, were some
what ofTIn price.
Old tobacco was on the breaks this week in
light quantities only, and mostly of a poor
quality. A few hogsheads of fiile leaf created
some excitement and sold up td 17c, 18 and 2124c,
Holders of these goods arc slowly closing out, and
thcro is probably not much more on hand than
tho trade will readily want, at least not of tbof
more desirable kluds.
Offerings during tho week were only moderate
in kl'ze, and while the manufacturers were the
most active bidders thcro was tomedemand from
redrjers, and their competition at times gavn
more buoyancy to the market.
Receipts of the new crop continue to bequito
liberal aud offset about the actual sales, so that
stocks In warehouses remain unchanged.
The dyspeptic carries a dreadful load on his
back. It seems as if he were really made up of
two men. One of them ambitious, brainy uud
energetic; tho other sick, listless, peevish and
without force. The weak man weighs the other
one down. The dyspeptic may be able to do pret
ty good work one day, aud the next day because of
some little indiscretion in eating, he may bo ablo
to do nothing at all. Most cases of dyspepsia
btart with constipation. Constipation Is the
caua of nine-tenths of human sickness. Some
of its symptoms aro sick and bilious headache,
dizziness, sour stomach, loss of appetite, foul
breath, windy belchings, heartburn, pain and
distress after eating. All -these aro indicative of
derangements of tho liver, stomach aud bowels,
and all are caused by constipation. Dr. Pierce's
1'lcatant Pellets are tho quickest, easiest and
mot certain cure for this condition. They aro
not violent In action.
Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps to World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.,
nnd recel'vo Dr. Plercc'b 1003 page Common Sense
Medical Adviser, illustrated.
Head the Scripture.
If you aro out of sorts, read tho twelfth
chapter of Hebrews.
If you are down with the blues, read
tho twenty-seventh Pealtn.
If you feel lonesome and unprotected,
read the ninety-first Psalm.
If peoplo pelt you with hard words,
read the fifteenth chapter of John.
If there is a chilly sensation about tho
heart, read the third chapter of Revela
tions. If you don't know where to look for
tho next month's rent read tho thirty
If you find yourself losing confidence
in men, read the thirteenth chapter of
If the Btovopipo has fallen down and
tho qook has cone off on a pot, put up
tho pipe, wash your hands add read tho
tliird chapter of James.
If needing any thing in tho drug lino
call on Henry W. Ray, druggist.
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Oastorla is put cp In oeo-sIzs tottlea only, It
.3 net told la balk. Don't alio? anyone to sell
you anything oho on the plea or promlso that it
is "just as good" and "will answor every pur
pose." XSr Bco that yea get 0-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
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In Extra Session Promises to lie a Stormy
One and Its l.cngth Unknown.
Washington, March 15. Tho Fifty
fifth congress meets in extraordinary
Eession today at noon in pursuance of
President McKinley's proclamation.
The "work before if, tho passage pf a
tariff bill, is pretty well cut oat in ud
vance, but the indications are that it
will bo a stormy session and its length
and scope are as yet mere matters of
The present secretary of state, Mr.
Sherman, remarked several years ago
on a memorable occasion in the senate,
tha the president;, like- Alladiu, could
rub tho lamp aud causo the genii to ap
pear, but that once they had appeared
they were masters' of their own des
tinies. So that congress once in session
may go much further or not eo far as
the president may wish. So far as the
house, which will be organized today, is
concerned, tho present determination of
the leaders is to direct the energies of
the lower branch to the accomplishment
of the task before ij; with all expedition
and' throw tho responsibility for any
complications which may arise out of
delays in tho seuate upon that body.
ThiB was made manifest by Speaker
Reed's speech at tho Republican caucus
When ho spoke of tjo peceity of bring
ing tho work of the session to a speedy
Whether the leaders will emphasize
any inaction by tho senate when the
bill reaches that body by a program of
three days recesses remains td be t-'een,
but it seems likely that the speaker will,
at least for tho present, refrain from ap
pointing any save tho actual committees
necessary tor the transaction of the bus
iness in hand. This will prove an ef
fective bar to tho pasMigo of miscel
laneous or general bills, as tho rules of
tho house are such that all legislation
must corao through tho agencies of com
mittees. But oven this is liot absolutely
necessary, as the committco on rules can
be invoked to furnish special orders.
And it is by special orders that the
appropriation bills which failed to re
ceive Mr. Cleveland's approval are. to bo
put through at the extraordinary ses
sion. Consideration in committco would
in Volvo great delay and result besides in
almost interminable debate in tho house
as it is tho peculiar characteristic of u
now house to use every opportunity to
talk. Mr. Cannon, tho chairman of the
appropriation committee, says the bills
as they wont to Mr. Clovelaud are all
right and ho favors their ropassago un
der special rules without tho formality
of again putting them through the regu
lar channels. This will be tho plan fol
lowed, and all the time before tho actual
depate on tho tariff begins will bo devot
ed t6 tho appropriation bills.
Tho new tariff bill, upon which Re
publican members, of the ways and
means committee have been working
laboriously for three mouths, is com
plete and will be formally introduced
today. It will then bo printed and sub
mitted to tho Democratic minority and
recoivo formal consideration by the full
committee. It is not expected that this
will requiro moro than three or four
days at most, although tho Democrats
may, and, probably will, protest vigor
ously against such expedition. At any
rate the house leaders hopo to enter
upon tho consideration of the bill in tho
houso before tho end of tho week. Somo
of thorn have fixed Thursday as the day
on which tho debate would probably
commence. Although $ho limits of tho
debato havp not yet beon decided upon
the prevailing Opinion is that it will,nbt
last over 10 days. Night sessions will,
of course, bo hold throughout tho period
allowed for debate. This will give tho
pew members on opportunity to mako
sot imdoches for the benefit of Jheir con'
sntnonts. Unless some unexpected hitch occurs
the now tariff bill may be, seat to tho
6,enata iuveok. f oni next Saturday, or a
fortnight after tho session opens, xno
new houso will bp called to order by tho
clerk, MaiorMoD'oy,tillc-r Pennsylvania ;
tho roll Will bo, callpd, after; jrhich tho
mine tho Political alignment for tho new
houso of representative There, are 200
Republicans, 12$ Democrats and 27
Fusion. Silver hud Poflrilist renresenta
tives in tho new house. Tho percentage of
now members is tmusiutlry largo. Thcro
are 148 new mon. '"Of theso 182 have
never served 'in congresd before and 10
have served pripr to tho Fifty-fourth.
Af ter the libu'se is organized a com
mittee Will be appointed to wait upon
tho president and inform him that tho
house i 'tetitfx tor business. ' Pending
tho appearance 5f ttto president's mes
sage tho biennial seat drawinc will oc
cur. This is"dl'wayg" ftn'iili'p.roIting nnd
amnsirigpr'ocefecHnV a'lid 't6"featurd of
the openingVy: ' ' " '
Next Congress Organized.
Washington, March 15. -The caucus
of Republican members- olect of tho
Fifty-fifth congress, which was hold
Saturday nighf;,' vot.pd by acclamation to
'reuoininato Speaker Reed and all tho
officers of the last houso td s"ervo during
the Fifty-fifth' dongress.' The slate
chosen is as follows : Thomas B. Reed,
speaker ; Rev. Henry M. Conden, cliap
laiu ; Alexander McDowell, clerk ; Ben
jamin F. Russell, sergeant-at-orms; W.
J. Glenn, doprkeeper1; Joseph C. Mc
WRECKON THE SOUTH ERN.
l'nrt of a Passenger Train Plunges Over a
Muff Sixty Feet High.
Rome, Ga., March 15. A passenger
train wreck occurred hero at an early
hour Saturday morning on the approach
to th4 high bridge of tho Southern rail
way, over the Etowah river. Tho en
gine plunged down a bluff 60 feet high
into the rivdr, with ther engineer stick
ing to his post. Tho wreck caught fire,
and seven cars were burned.
The injured are :
Engineer James T. Pittman, left leg
broken and badly cut aud bruised : fatal'
Fireman Alfred Kennedy, internally
injured and bruistnl ; fatally.
Expref-s Messenger Polk Culberson,
leg badly lacerated.
Bapgagom.ister Winston, paiufully
John Simpson (colored), passenger,
AU those named live in Atlanta.
Two other passengers whose names
could not ue learned were slightly m
The trestle. 40 fest hiffh. crossing tho
Western and Atlantic railroad track,'
weakened by heavy rams gavo Way.
The wreck caught fire from the stovo ru
the baggage car.
BUSINESS BUILDINGS EURNED.
A Small West Virginia Town Almost En
tirely Wiped 0t of lixistence.
Wheeling, March 15. At 7 :80
o'clock Sunday morniug fire, which
started in the building of thoElkins
Hardware and Furniture company, in
the town of Elkins, tlie honle of Sena
tor Elkins, burned almost the entire
business portion of the place. Eikink
has no firo department and the flames
were soon beyond control, having most
ly frame buildings in their pathway.
In all tho buildings were valuable stopks
of goods, only portions of which werb
Tho principal losers were : Tho El
kins Hardware and Furniture company,
building and stock; J. A. Posten, dwell
ing ; G. B. Harvey, large store room :
y. M. Petingale & Company, clothing
JUCIUJMIUIB , XJ. U. XXUIVUJ', KCI1UU1 UIU-
chaudlse ; J. H. Feats, dwelling ; G. B.
Harvey, business block, occupied by A.
Brandley, jeweler ; Mrs. G. B. Harvey,
milliner ; Inter-Mountain newspaper
office; J. H. Fouts, business block, occu
pied by a barber : W. B. Hanrod, cigar
store ; Central telephone office ; Elkme
grocery house; J. H. .touts, dry goods:
tho opera houso ; W. B. Kearne's resi
dence; J. E. Feights, livory stable;
Herman Plats, bakery ; J. T. Stalnaker,
saloon ; A. J. Cunningham, billiard par
lor; M. A. Nusbaum, clothing Btore;
The firo was checked before it reached
the Elkins National bank, which ad
joins tho above buildings. It was dam
aged slightly. Tho total loss- will exceed
8100,000, with insurance of about $75,
000. KnrnisnuKG, Ills., March 15. Wil
liam Drury, tho millionaire land owner,
died at his magnificent homo, Yerdu
rett, north of this city. Ho was the
iargest individual land owner in tho
United States. Mr. Drury was au Ohio
an by birth.
Who can MeasuVe
tho influence of the
Mother it lasts thronch
all comlnr ngesi and entort
tho eonfluoa of eternity.
With what care thoroforq
Should tho Expootant
Mother be Kuardod And
bow groat the effort to
make her lifo happy.
makes child-birth ensy.os
elsts nature la its sublime
effort, loaves tho Moth
er stronger aftor than
boforo confinement, and
robi the hour of Its terror.
No Expectant Mother can
afford to nogloct lta use.
"A customer whoso wife used 'Mother's IPriend1
lays that it she had to go through tho ordoal
Spain, and thoro were but four bottles to be
obtained, and the coat was (100.00 for bottle, he
would have them." QEO.LATTOH.payton.Ohlo.
5etby Mill, on receipt of price, Ji.oo PER DOTTLE. Boot'
"TO EXPECTANT MOTHERS" nulled Ice.
The brAdfield regulator co.,atlanta,u.
OLD BY AIL DRyaaivre.
Optician, 411 W. Klnth
street, Cincinnati, O., will
be at the Central Hotel,
day, MAIL 4tli, return
ing every first Thursday
of Bnch month.
Kf Glasses adjusted to all forms of defective
vision at popular prices.
candidates or jup Beverai parties ror
speaker vvill be placed m nomination
nnd the rosMlfc of 'tho vote WilF deter-
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REPORT O? THE CONDITION
At Maysvlllc, in tho State of Kentucky, at the
close oi business, March 9th, 1897.
Loans and discounts $?71,2D3 73
Ovinlrnfts.fcmiredand unsecured 883 80
U. S. Honds to secure circulation 10,000 00
Premiums on U. 8. nonas v.wu w
Stocks, securities, etc 1CH0 00
Hanking house, furniture and fixtures. 1,000 00
Other real tstato aud Mortgages owned 7D0 DO
Due from National Banks' (not reserve
agents) 8,100 80
Duo from State Banks and Bankers 1,770 10
Duofromapprovedreservoagcnts SO.ldO 63
Checks and other cash Items -., 2.C97 05
Notes Of other National Banks .... 2 418 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels aud
cents ..... 113 19
LAWfUL JJONEV RESERVE IN RANK, VIZ!
Specie . '. S12,88i 50
Legal tender notes 15,000 00-27.882 CO
Bedemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer
(5 per cent, of circulation) 4,725 00
Total .l...S589,729 85
Capital stock paid 'in...'.'.V. SHK.OpO 00
Surplus fund 21,0U) 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 13,457 7fi
National Bank notes outstanding 01.500 00
Euo to other National Banks t 3,630 G(
no to State Banks and Bankers......!.. 117 90
Individual deposits subject to Wicek..,. 216,141 55
Time certificates of deposit 135,980 00
Total $589,720 85
State of Kentucky, County of Mason, ss :
I, W. W. Ball, Cashier of tho above-named
Bank, do solemnly swehr that 'the hbovd state
ment is true to the best of my knowlcdgo and be
lief. W. W. BALL, Cashier:
Subscribed and sworn to before me thlb 15th day
of March, 1897i
B. K. Hoefmch, Notary Public.
T. A. KEITH, )
GAimbTT 8. WALL, J-Dircctors.
DANIEL PEBR1NE. J
The lace curtains in the infant class
room at the First Presbyterian Church
caught from a hot pipe about 7:30 Sunday
morning and the flameB had spread to
the carpet and window when discovered
by tho colored janitor, Jack Crouch. By
heroic work he succeeded in extinguish
ing the blaze without giving the alarm.
He inhaled so much Einoke that he was
sick all day.
Mn. John C. Lovkl, day clerk at tho
Central, has resigned his position tempo
rarily, in order to devote his time to hie
canvass for the County Clerkship. His
place is taken by Mr. Geo. Daugherty,
who has been njght clerk, ahd Mr. Chaa
H. Frank takes the latter position.
Used an AX Handle.
Sebgent, Ky., March 15. At Lester,
n hamlet four miles above hero, Adam
Holbrook, a ypnng farmer, attacked
Jesse .Hall, a young man 18, on his own
premises, and, wijh an ox handlo bear
him into unconsciousness, leaving him
for1 dead. Holbro6k mounted a' horse,
winch he rode to Whitcbburg, 10 nules
away, where ho gave himself up to tho
authorities. On the examining trial
PJolbrpok was bound oyer till the. July
term of tho Letcher circuit court. Al
though duitdserrodslV'bruised' dbont the
headyoWg Half W stirViVe.
Democruts Downed by Dentil.
Frankfort, Ky., March 15i The
tmdden death of Senator John P. Sal-
yers at his. mountain homo was an
nounced by telegrams' herd yesierday
and created a profound sensation upon
tho1 legislators. Saly org Was1 a Democrat
and prominent jn tho senatorial fight of
last winter. Wis leafi removes nearly
the last doubt that Hunter! the present
Republican nominee f6r "United 'Stutes
senator, will be elected whenever the
joint ballot is taken. '
Ohio Woninu Involved.
Philadelphia, March 15. Joseph A.
H. Campbell of York, Penn, has applied
for a divorce from her husband, naming
a young woman of East; Liyerpool, O.,
as co-respoudent. She claims to have
broken up a second matrimonial engage
ment on her husband's, part only by go
ing to Pittsburg and herself taking pos
session of him boforo the other woman
could do so.
A statement of the condition of the
First Rational Bank is published elso
where to-day. Tho total deposits amount
to $352,123.55. The undivided profits aro
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Commonwealth's Attorney Sallee has
returned from Brooksville, the criminal
docket of tho Bracken Circuit Court hav
ing been completed.
Accident ins. tickets. W. R. Warmer.
GREEN rOFKEft-" to.! '. 15 :0
MOLASSES new crop, $ gallon 4550
Golden Syrup- ,. 85 30
Sorghum, fancy new r. (335
SUGAR-Yellow, W to i
Extra O.Vto. .s. 4
A, V . 5
Granulated, $ to 5
Powdered, $ to 7
Now Orleans, ty to... 6
TEAS la to 6C1 00
COAL OILHcadlight.Sl gallon 15
BACON Breakfast, $ to-...., ....10 &
iicursiaes, t io..,.., (cj a
Hams. W to 11
Shoulders, V to 8
BEANBMii k'allon.. is at
BUTTER V to 15 a20
CHICKENS Each .....; 25 30
EGGS 13 doren $y,a
FLOUR Limestone, barrel.. J5 75
Old Gold, lft barrel 6 75
Maysvlllo Fancy, f barrel 5 25
Maaon County, barrel , 6 25
Morning Glory. barrel 5 25
Roller King, V barrel -.. 6 75
Magnolia, f) barrel - 6 76
Blue Grass, V barrel 5 25
Graham. W Rack. iq oir
ONIONS W peck.... 40
ruTATOKH-TH pecJt.now ...M, 10
HJJNJY ty to- .. 20
hOhtny callon ..i.. in
" a. a i - j) pe(fX....,y.....M....i....M..M.......... 15
,! i j" '"';'?
Who Intend tcvpurcbose first quality goods to
cxamlno our stook before closjng a deal else
elsewhere. Think of 'buyuig'Blaplo goods atsuch
prices for cash :
2 gallon bucket Syrup Molasses 50
4 pounds Leaf Lard 25
0 cans good Corn 25 -
4 cans standard Corn 2j
1 pound Arbuckle'a ColTco.. 15 "-
1 pound Lion Cotfcc. 15
1 poutid Lion CofTcc..., i 13
1 kit new Mackerel, twenty fish 75
1 quarter-barrel Mackerel J2 00
2 cans Bed Salmon 23
I gallon New Orleans Molasses i So
1 pound good GunpowderTetf, worth 50c.... 80
All goods sold In proportion to above prices.
CorncrXhlrd and Limestone streets.
A large, two-story double tenement house,
constructed of tho best' material, cdntainihg
twelve large, light rooms, water &c All practi
cally new, costing $3,300: Situated on East
Fourth Street in Maysvllie, Ky which rrtits for
$21 per month, is offered upon the following
AnevtnrmDfnn rHhnnttthtunartV! Tfnrl '.
Payable in 100 monthly Installments of $20 cae,
with interest at 4 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.KEIIOE,
ICtf Court street, Maysville, Ky.
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wil.
sell, at private sale, thc"Uomb Tract" of 88 3-4
Acres, near Helena Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acres and SS4 Acres respectively.
No better land in" tho State. 'Terms to suit par-
cnascrs. Appiy 10
S. A. Piper")
G. S. TVaUj
GRANITE, MAPLE AND FREBSTOMB
All Monumental work done in the best manner
Second Strut, Above Opera Howe.
I l 1 n I ' ' u i
CINCINNATI DIVISION CnKSAPXAKX AND OHIO. '
.5:30 a. in.
No. 2. '1:36 p. m
No.lMi 5:35 p.m.
No.20f 7:45 p.m.
No 4 10 4Bj.ni.
Dally. tUaily except Sunday
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
6:50 a.m.; Baltimore", 8:05 a.m.; Philadelphia, 10: 25
a. m.; New York, 12:53 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
6:50 p. m. f ' a
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at8:4Sp. m.; New "Vork.JiOSp. in. J
Cincinnati Fast Line No. I arrives Cincinnati at
8:00 a. m.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Pplnt Comfort by trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysville
and Newport. '
For full Information and rates to all points East
and West, apply to
Leaves Miaysvlllo at
5:52 a.m. for Paris. Lex
ington, qincin'tl. Rich-
ston, Jclllco, Middlcsborough, Cumberland Gab
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysville at 1:30 p. m. for Paris, Cincln
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Riehrnbnd and
points ou N. N. and M.V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysville at 9:50 a. m. and 8:20 p.m
All trains daily exoeptSunday.
LBEST LINE TO AND FROM
ALL POINTS IN MICHIGAN.
ST. LOU I S-A voiding tho tunnel.
B O S T O N Wagner Sleeping Cars.
fjEW YORK Buffet Tarlor Cars, Wagner
Sleeping Cars, Private Compart
ment Cars, elegant Coaches and
B"Be suro your tickets read via "RIO FOUR."
E. O. MCCORMICK. Pass. Traf. Mcrr.
D. B. MARTIN, Gon'l Pass. and'Ticket Agent.
JAMES N. KEH0E,
Ojpee; Court stroet.eaat side.
ToieflQ and Detroit