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coughing. The quickest and surest
way is to tako Dr. liell's Plno-Tar-
Honey. A gnaranttetl cougb rein
I cdy, wholly unlike all others better;
! acts directly on the mucous mem-
f tory organ g and invigorates the Jj
whole Bystem. jj
DR. BELL'S I
1 contains the concentrated healing
virtues or oia ami
extracted by a new
scientific process. 25c,
60c and 81.
At ill druKliti.or lent upon
ncclpt of pric by
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For sale by THOMAS J. CHENOWETH. Druggist.
Items Picked Up by the Bulletin's Corre
spondents in Mason and
Duke Elliott has gone to Charleston, Indiana,
for his health.
A good rain on Sunday and o large part of the
tobacco crop will bo set this cek.
Crlt Pepper, of Louisville, solicitor for one of
the tobacco houses, is in the neighborhood.
On Tuesday, June 3, the Bracken County Sun
day School Society will hold Its annual conven
tion at this place.
Harvey Asbury, who has been visiting his
father, returned to his home at Qulncy, 111., on
On Saturday, June 5'h, the Ladles' Aid Society
of the Christian Church contemplate having a
moonlight fete on the school bouse lot.
Mis. Picket, Mrs. Hall, Miss Mollle Pickett,
Mrs. C. S. Burgees, all of Mason, with Mrs. Has
sett Jenkins, of Joplln, Mo , spent Saturday with
Dr. J. M. Bla'kerby and wife.
A man's health Is the rope by which he climbs
to success. If he can keep his health, he will go
on to success. Yet his health ts the very thing
he neglects moro than any thing else. His easier
to keep health than it is to regain it. When a
man feels himself running down, when he real
izes a loss of vitality aud energy, he must call a
halt. The strands of his rope are parting rapidly.
Dr. rierce's Golden Medical Discovery has helped
thousands of men in just this coudltion. It
makes health, it makes pure, rich blood, it forces
out impurities and kills germs. It doesn't mako
any difference what name you call your troublo
by dyspepsia kidney disease rheumatism
consumption skin disease, the" Golden Medical
Discovery" will cure it absolutely. None of
these diseases can retain hold on the body when
it is full of rich, pure blood.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mail
ing only, and receive free a copy of Dr. Pierce's
Medical Adviser. Address, World's Dlspemary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
SUNDAY AS DECORATION DAY.
Etlttar Bullttln: What do those people who aio
opposed to Sunday as a Decoration Day think of
the following which was brought out at a meet
ing of the veteraus at the National Home In Ohio :
" From the fact that as the years pass by, Deco
ration Day has become more and moro an occas
ion of boisterous jollification rather than re
membrance of the heroic, patriotic dead, a spon
taneous agitation has sprung up lu many States
(listen, in many States) to fixthe'observance on a
certain Sunday, (say the last of May the day we
have set) or the first of June."
, Now why ? So that those disposed to indulge
in seml-rlotous rejoicing on a day that should bo
surrounded with "sacred memories nlcne"
would be confronted with " the laws against Sab
Mr. W. R. Cad y left this morning for
Midway to attend commencement exer-,
ciBes of Mt. Hope College.
Mr. Walter Hanley, brother of Mar
tin Hapley of the L. and N., arrived here
from Ireland u few daya ago.
Mrs. M. W. Coulter has returned
from an extended visit at Waxahatchie,
Texas, and is much improved in health.
There is no Word so Full
....and about which
such tender rocollec
lions cluster as that
of "Jlothor," yet
there aro months
when the life of the
Expectant Mother ii
fillod with pain,
dread and suffering,
and sbo looks for.
ward to the final
hour with fear and
prepares the system for tbo ebango taking place,
asstata Nature to mako child-birth easy and
leaves her in a condition moro favorable to
speedy recovery. It greatly diminishes the dan
ger to life of both mother aud child.
"My wifo suffered moro In ten minutes with
either of hor other two children than sho did
altogether with her last,having previously used
four bottles of "Mother's Friend." It la a bless
Ing to anyone expecting to become a mother,
says a customer." Henderson D.tLE,Carmi,Iil,
Seat t7 MaD, on receipt of price, Ji.oo PER DOTTLE.
Book "To Eipecunt Motheii" nulled bee.
THt ftABFIELD REGULATOR CO. .ATLANTA ,Q.
OLD k)VJlU. ORUQCISTS. ,
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET.
It Was Firm and Active Last Week For AH
The following is furnished by Glover
.& Durrott,ol the Louisville Tobacco
Sales on our market for th week lust closed
amount to 2,Glo bhds. with receipts for the same
perlo'd 2,153 hhds. Sales on our market since
January 1st amount to "7,0 ft hhds. Sales of the
crop of 180C on our mnrket to this dato amount
to 67,072 hhds.
We have bad a firm aud actlvo market for all
grades Of hurley tobacco, but aro not able to re
port any advance In prices over those of previous
week, except for colory grades of trash and lugs,
such as havo beeu telling from SJtoS7; these
grades have been something like a dollar per
hundred higher. We have also had a somewhat
higher market lor the good grades of leaf both
red and colory. The best grades of leaf on sa e
last week commanded prices ranging from 811 to
The following quotations fairly represent our
market for burley tobacco (1890) crop :
Trash (dark or damaged) a..... .3 1 60 jj 2 00
Common colory trash ! 50 4 50
Medium to good colory trash 4 50 4 G 50
Common lues, not colory 2 60 1 so
Common colory lugs 5 00 7 00
Medium to good colory lugs - 7 50 9 50
Common to medium leaf 6 A0 8 50
Medium to good leaf 9 00(314 00
Good to fine leaf ,. W OOQlfi 00
Select wrappery leal- 16 OOftjlt) 75
The above quotations aro not applicable to
green and Irostcd crops.
isnr-mfea in ulfcfcsnna.
Fort Wayne, May 25. Four work,
men employed by the city were engulfed
in quibksand yesterday. Three of them,
A. Dennis, A. Brown and Jaines Chris
tie, were killed and Michael Sheehey
was fatally injured. The men were
digging n trench f dr watermains. "When
about six feet below the surface a vein
of quicksand was broken and all four
were engulfed in a mass of sand and
rock. Sheehey was rescued, but will
I.oulsvlllo Postmaster Resigns.
Louisville, May 25. Postmaster
Charles P. Weaver, -who was recently
nominated for mayor by the Democrats,
lias tendered his resignation to Presi
dent McKinley. Dr. Thomas A. Baker,
it is said, -will be appointed to succeed
Miot Ilia Sinter.
London, May5. A dispatch to The
Daily News from Berlin says that in a
shooting display by the expert Kruger
there yesterday, while ho was tiring
backward and with the aid of a mirror
attempting the William Tell shot, ho
sent the bullet through the head of his
sister, -who was assisting him. She died
in a few minutes.
No Drayago Bebate.
Washington, May 25. The supreme
court affirmed the decision of the court
below in the case of O. S. Wright of
Pittsburg, charged with a violation of
the portion of the interstate commerce
law prohibiting discrimination. Wright
granted rebates on beer to pay for dray
uge. This action was held to bo in vio
lation of the law.
Made Money There.
St. Lquis, May 25. The national
board of the North American turner-
bund has completed an accounting of
the expenses and receipts of the recent
turnfest held in St. Loais. The re
ceipts were $H2,500 and the expense?
Two ffrothcrfc Killed by Cars.
Chicago, May 25. Simon and Stccho
Klriga, brothers, were thrown in front
of an electric car from a buggy and run
over at Lockport. Both were killed.
The Paris cabman turns to the right
and the London cabby to the left.
The former sits always on tho box in
front of his vehicle. The latter is often
perched behind it
For Infants and Children,
Thi he- j9
Trial ot tne Gunuoat U'nccltng.
San Francisco, May 25. The now
gunboat Wheeling, was given an unoffi
cial trial by tho trial board over tho one
mile course to test her machinery. Four
runs were made over the course each
way. The first run developed a speed
of nine knots per hour, second, 14 knots ;
third, 11.3 knots ; fourth, 15 knots, with
a current about two knots per hour set
ting southeast. Everything worked
Severed an Artery.
Milroy, Ind., May 25. Ephraim
Root, living near hero, after repairing a
fence, aimlessly struck a stump with
his ax. The blado rebounded, striking
his little son in tho head and severing
an artery, from which 'the flow of blood
was so profuse that tho lad fainted sev
eral times beforo surgical relief wbb se
cured. The boy will recover.
A Couple Killed by tho Cars.
Greely, Colo., May 25. Hiram
"Warren and wifo were killed, and
James Wan en, a relative, wa3 badly
injured by being struok by a train on
tho U. P., D. & G. railroad, two miles
west of Kersey.
To Succeed Senator Earle,
Columbia, S. O., May 25. Governor
Ellcrbee says that, in the interest of all
factious he will on Thursday appoint
Congressman John L. MoLauron, United
States senator in succession t6 the, late
Only One Cent Advance
Washington, Ind., May 25, Wilson
& Company, coal operators, concede a
slight advance to their t miners, who
went to work yesterday morning at 04
cents a, ton, an advance of 1 cent i
SHORT SESSION. '
Both Branches oT Congress Adjourn With
out Transacting Any Ilustnessv
WASintfnTON, May 25. The seriate
remained in session only about seven
minutes yesterdny. Chaplain Milburn
referred feelingly in the prayer to tho
death of Senator Earle of South Caro
lina and immediately after the reading
of the journal Mr. Tijlman briefly an
nounced the demise of his colleague",
and Offered tho customary resolutions
ofospect The senate then adjourned.
The house adjourned until next
Thursday as a mark of respect to tho
momdry of tho late Senator Earle of
South Carolina. Tho Morgan resolu
tion recognizing tho belligerency bf
Cuba did not reach the house before it
adjourned and hence it could not havo
been called tip if tho Democrats had de
sired. COMBINING AGAINST TRAMPS.
Ufa and Property In Villages anil Tovra
Latorte, Ind., May 25. Cities and
towns in northern Indiana, aro agitating
tho organization of vigilanco committees
to deal with tramps, who aro roaming
over tho country committing acts of
lawlessness. In small towns in this
section, which aro without police pro
tion, robberies aro of daily occurrence
and human life is menaced.
Between this clttilnd Elkhart, along
the line of tho Lnko Shore road, 500
tramps wero encamptKl one day last
week. The nomads are quiet during
the day, waiting until night to pillage
and plunder. It is not improbablo that
a meeting of tho authorities in the
towns and cities in this section will be
held to adopt decisive measures to pro
tect property and life.
Much AVanted Man Captured.
Houston, May 25. A man thought
to bo J. O. Dunham, who exterminated
a family of six people at San Jo30, Cal.,
has been arrested at Grange, Tex., and
now awaits identification by California
officers who are on tho way to Texas.
His description accurately tallies with
that of Dunham, for whose capture a
reward of $11,000 ia expected by tho
officers hero. His arrest was effected
on intelligence from a man claiming to
havo been told by Dunham of his many
narrow escapes from officers.
An Indian Agent Resigns.
Washington, May 25. George Steele,
Indian agent at Blackfoot reservation,
has resigned at the request of Secretary
Bliss and his successor lias been select
ed and will be nominated within a few
dayB by the president. Tho charge is
the result of charges preferred against
Steele's administration of tho post, re
lating to irregularity in allowing the
taking up of certain mineral claims on
tho reservation. He, is a Republican
and held tho office tinder the Harrison
Opposition to the Bell Telephone Company.
Fort Wayne, May 25. Representa
tives of the independent telephone com
panies from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ten
nessee, Virginia, Michigan, Missonri,
Illinois, Indiana, Arkansas, Iowa, Min
nesota, South Carolina, Wisconsin and
Texas are holding a meeting here to de
vise a means to formulate a toll system
in opposition to the Bell Telephone
WilHaln Jft. Evnrt Efcttor.
Uew York, May 25. William M.
Evarts, who has been suffering from
tho grip at his home here for several
days, is reported to be much better.
Copenhagen, 'May 25. King Chris
tian has accepted tho designation of the
Thott ministry, which was tendered on
Result of the League Gftmoi Flayed Yes-
AT CINCINNATI R H E
Cincinnati 1 00110010-4 03
Brooklyn 0 4011000 0 6 10 S
Batteries Rhinos, Ehrot and Sohrlverj
Kennedy and Grim. Umpire Lynch.
AT CLEVELAND R n E
Cleveland .......1 2000101 4-0 10 8
Philadelphia.... 1 30 0 00 140-8 14 1
Batteries Young and Zlmmer; Taylor
and Clements. Umpho Sheridan.
AT CHICAGO ' r n E
Chicago 0 0000100 0-1 15 3
New York 0 008010004 71
Batteries Griffith and Kittrcdge;
Mcekin, Sullivan and Wamor. Umpires
McDonald and O'Day.
AT LOUISVILLE R H K
Loulsvlllo 0003 000 10-8 7 8
Boston.... 2 0 10 10 1 Ox- 6 88
Battorles McGee and Wilson: N.chols
and Bergen. Umpire MoDormotc.
AT ST. LOUIS "" R II B
St. LouU ,..0 0108003 1-7 12 8
Washing: on.,... 8 0 0 0 0 4 8 0 0-18 10 4
Batterio Hnrt and McFarlnnd; Mc
James, King and McGuirc. Umpire
At Pittt bu-g Pittsburg - JJnltimo.-o
game postponed on account of iain.
' Generally fair weather; warrnor; north
erly winds, becoming variable.
Review of tho Grain and Livestock Mar.
kcts For May 23.
Cattle Prime, 5 105 25; feeders,
U 164 03; bulls, stags nud-cows, 3 00
8 75. Hogs Primo light, $3 858 00:
heavy, $3 803 85; common to fair, $) CC
8 25. Sheep Extra, 14 30(31 20; good,
II 00 1 10; commou, 13 8033 40; choice
iambi, $1 00 1 83; veal esuves. (5 50&-'
Wheat OOO'Olo. Corn 2C28Hc Cat
tle Selootcd butchers, ?4 0.t 65; fair to
medium, 13 50 I 00; common, $J 76
3 85. Hogs Selected nnd prlmo butchers,
3 703 75; packing, $3 0 (S3 70; common
to rough, 3 U03 55. Shoep $3 25 1 40;
lambs, Xi fc60 15;
Hogs Solectod butcbors, $3 803 70;
mixed, $3 6003 75, Cattle Native etoora,
$3 0005 10; most saloi.lt 25 1 00; cows
and bulls, $1 76 3 80. Sheep -Ii 59
4 85; lambs, 13 50(5 25.
TrntharitiBly ICWA TOtfcettt Vor-
4r Wbtd Palntiug.
"Stomach deranied, jjystem derang
ed." PhvBiciJm ftfifrpi Jt, facts provo
It. The sufferer from stomachic trou
blo proved the foregoing Statement Tho
stomach Is the mill that grinds the food
that sustains-tho body. The slightest
ailment Interferes itk its workings
nnd all becomes Wrong, It's the imme
diate Ailments tht one mirtt guard
agalnfet The .most commofc forms of
stomach trottbeftfeje vVlMftOft the stom
ach, indigjeettpiV $V iW stomach,
etc. Lightning: Hot Drops Is a remedy
that IMtnttUfttely ttfifl ftfeeol&tely af
fords rfettcf, a to erety du Effects a
permanent fend JaattBg core. Whero
Lightning- Hot Drop U foand, stom
achic troubles cease to exist. It has
cured thousands of obstinate aaA un
yielding cases, and It will tore others.
,lt has never, in any Instance, failed.
Lightning Hot Drops stands to-day
without a peer, a prlccleM remedy for
sufferers from all stomach troubles. It
is put op and Jli la 23 and 60 cent
And Fruits of All Kinds,
at Wholesale and Retail,
Having my customary nrratiRemcnts with some
of the most experienced fruit grower) my house
duriug the season about to optn will be head
ot tho very finest quality. TblB fruit will bo
bandied with the greatest care aud received by
express and placed on the market here on the
same day it is picked and will always be one day
fresher than any other shipped to this market.
All orders shall have mv Dcrsonal attention and
billed at I6west prices ruling on day of receipt of
order. I have also laid in, at cxtremolv low
prices, a very large supply of MASON FRUIT
jahh. rersons navmg 10 ouywiu una it greatly
to their advantage to get my prices beforo bay
ing. My house Is also headqunrtera for all kinds
of fresh vegetables. Everybody Invited to call
and make themselves at home.
Telephone Xo. 63.
Quaker Grimped Crust
Our price, ; . . . 28c.
Shillito's price, 29c.
C, D, RUSSELL I CO
Mason Circuit Court
J rtiua Owen's Administrator, Plaintiff.
vs. y Notice to Creditors.
OUie V. Williams, et als., Defendants.
' All persons holding claims against theestate of
Toshua Owens, deceased, aro hereby notified in
present snmo to the undersigned, at his office,
ourt street, Mavsville, Ky., on or bciore tho 7th
day of June, 1897.
Witness my hand, as Master Commissioner of
the Mason Circuit Court, this May 25th, 1807.
2'-5twl J. N. KEHOE, M. C. M. C. C.
' All persons having claims against tho estate of
J. D. Raymond or J.D. Kaymond aud Mattlc Ray
mond are hereby notified to present same veri
fied according to law to Milton Johnson, attor
ney, Maysvllle, Kv., or to me at Mavsllck. Ky.
. ; , JONAS MYALL,
Assignee J. D. Raymond and Mattle Raymond.
L. H. Landman, M. D.,
411 West Ninth Street. Cincinnati, O., will bo at
the Central Hotel, JHaysvlllo, Ky., THURSDAY,
JUNE 3, returning every first Thursday in each
month. Glasses adjusted to all forms of defect
ive vBlon at popular prices.
Terre Haute, Ind., May 25. Qoldi
man Kimbrough, a prominent Odd Fol
low, was found dead in a pasture near
Mow Goshen yesterday. L)oath yu
probably duo to heart tfixttw
CiHCiMiUTinvvuiott cnmitxAXt xvd omt
No. l 6:10 a.m.
No. 17 :50 a. to.
No. S ........8.25 p, m.
so.lSt - 4:35 p.m.
No. 16.......-10:05. m.
No. 2,-. l:S0p.m.
No. 18t 5:25 p.m.
No.COf... 7:50 p.m.
No. 4 10.46 p.m.
lallv. TDally cxecbt tlunaav
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
6:47a.m.; Baltimore 8:00 a. m.: Philadelphia, 10:15
a. m.; New York, 12:43 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 8 mires at Cincinnati at
5:00 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 8:45 p.,m.; New York, 9:05 p. tn.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
7:55 a. m.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort ky trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. 1,2, 3 and 4do not stop between Maysrillo
w Trains 15, 17. 18, 10 and 20 stop at the St. Charles
Hotel, Mftvsvlllo, for passengers.
For fnll Information and rates to all points Eat t
and West, apply to
T. A. GAimiOAN, 8. E. P. A.,
Leaves Mamillo at
6:52 a. m. tor ParisJx-
" ' - "" I iuwii imcin u, sicn
. 1 Miniir ii mond.Stanford.Llvinff-
ston, Jelllco, MIddlcsborough, Cumberland G&p
iruuiiuiv, jAiuisviuo uiu points on a, a, ana
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysvllle at l:S0 p. m. for Paris, Clncln
natl, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N.N. and M. v. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvllle at 9:50 ft. m. and 8 30 p m
All trains dally except Sunday.
A large, two-story double tenement house,
constructed of the best material, containing
twelve large, light rooms, water 4c. All practi
cally new, costing 83,300. Situated on J East
Fourth street In Maysvllle. Ky which rents fork.
824 ner month. Is oflered unon the following
easy terms to a responstoie parry : ior ,
Payable inlOO monthly installment? of 820 eae,
with Interest at 4 per cent. It wilfibe seen that
the rent In 100 months will pay fotfjno property.
For inspection of the property aKlf'irther in
formation see J. MSKEHOE,
16tf Court street. MdjsvMe, Ky.
THE SEASON IS X0WATIIAND1PR1
And we have been Informed bv tho en
furnished us with berries last season
market, both at wholesale aud retail. Special
attention given to mall orders.
We will continue to sell staple Groceries at re
markably low prices, a few of which wo quote
1 gallon Now 'Orleans Molasses... 35
2 gallon bucket 8yrup , ..... 60
1 pound Gunpowder Tea 80
6 pounds Green Rio Coffee.. Jl 00
4 pounds Leaf Lard............. .... 25
10 bars Soap 25
Headquarters for green Vegetables of all kinds,
at Ibwest market price, we also keep u unpply
of the celebrated Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit.
Beforo buying elsewhere, give us a call.
CornerThlrd and Limestone streets.
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wil
scll, at private sale, tho "Home Tract" of 88 3-4
Acres, near Heleaa Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acres and 84 Acres respectively.
No better land In the State. Terms to suit pur
chasers. Apply to
B. A. riper")
W. P. DICKSON,
Funeral Director and jEmbalmor,
P.P.1a. CI full lf.n i rfln.'V. n.rl T.te f .t. .. .
Work. Hacks furnished when desired. Special
uuaiuus uuuuneu direct irom tactory on ten
JAKES N. KEHOE,
Attorney at Law.
Office: Court streot.cast side,
TitfPAYnTtfnflf oil binIn ilAnAnmmntlvan mm
very reasonable terms. Special attention given
to REPAIRING BICYCLES. Satisfaction guaran
Attorney at Law
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
Fompt attention to Collections and legal matters.
to A -,
crop u very promising, and we have mVll r
raneements to handle from twentv-ftvo to tiftj-s.
bushels per day, which enables us to furnish our
patrons with tho finest berries shlDDed to this '
HIGH GRASS 1897 MODELS.
.Guaranteed nret-clam materials aud work
throughout. Morgan A Wright doable, or clnale
tube pnoumatle tires. Delivered anywhere free of
charge. Save meiiey tr aendiav for oar
cjrele katlK before buying.
POWELL & CLEMENT CO.
41 PAIN T., CINCINNATI, O.