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'I un ST jri eld, nd brt nied about tl of lh
coggh and lung remedtfi thtt bare been totd darlog
nij lire and for the benefit of the tuffc ring I will ay
that I have nerer uied aoj remedy equal to Da. BiLL'i
PiM-Tii-IIoKtr. ltgltei quick and rietmanrnt re
lief In grippe, ai veil ai other eoachi. We keep It In
our booie all the time, and would not be without It.
Uu, M. A. Mitcilh, 710 South 4th St., Falscta, Ky.
la sold by all druggists or sent upon receipt
of price S5c 50c. and 11 per bottle by
The T . rtnml.oi 5I.!;'.r.p Co., radueah, Kr.
For sale by THOMAS J. CHESOWETII. Druggist.
Miss Edith Means is viEitinir her
aunt, Mrs. W. A. Slusser, of Cincinnati.
Judge Cole has jrone to Greenup to
epeml a few weeks with his son, Mr. W.
Mrs. J. D. Muse and children have
returned fiom a visit to her parents in
Rev. Mr. Loos and daughters, of
Louisville, are the guests of Miss Lizzie
Ililey, of the county.
Miss Annie Thorap?on. of Washing
ton, is visiting 31 r. and Mrs. John J.
Thompson at Fern Leaf.
Miss Nellie Bridges Mullineaux, of
South Charleston, O., is visiting her grand
father, Mr. S. P. Bridges.
Mrs. Ben Sheaffer and daughter
Louise, of Cincinnati, have returned home
after visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. Brosee.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Parker, of Mays
lick, are in town, called by the sudden
illness of Mr. S. A. Piper Friday morning.
Mrs. L. N. Fowler and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, of Clear Water, Fla., are here
to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Berry, of the Sixth ward.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter, of
near Murphysville, have gone to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Hunter, of Alta
mont stock farm, Bourbon County.
Misses Belle and Julia Robertson, of
Burlington, Iowa, who have been visiting
Miss Jennie Wood at Washington for
some days, left Friday for a visit at Lou
isville and other points on their way
Bourbon News : "Miss Lutie Jeffer
son and brother, Master Garrett Jefferson,
of Millersburg, entertained a party of
about foity of their young friends, Tues
day evening, in honor of their guest, Mr.
Harry Wood, of Maysville."
On account of the sudden illness of
Mr. S. A. Piper Friday morning, Mrs. S.
A. Shanklin's guests, Misses Florence
Robb and Anna Belle Brough, of Helena
Station, Angie Piper, of Kansas, Ella
Reynolds and Nannie Reed, of Carlisle,
Margaret Piper, of Paris, leave for home
A woman's headaches may come from several
causes. She may have a headache arise from
nervousness, or from digestive disturbances.
.Nine cases in ten, her headaches come from dis
orders perculiar to her sex. It may show itself
in the symptoms which are characteristic of a
dozen disorders. Thousands of times, women
have been treated for the wrong disorders. Dr.
Tierce's Favorite Prescription was compounded
for the sole purpose of relieving womankind tf
these ills and pains. Thousands of women have
testified that after taking treatment from several
phjslcians without benefit, the "Favorite Pre
scription" cured them completely and quickly.
It has been used for over thirty years, and has
au unbroken record of success.
The woman who hesitates is invited to send 21
one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing a copy
of Doctor Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advis
er, which contalus plain, clear information about
all of the organs of the human body aud their
Dr. Panoiiurn, of this city, Dr. Hunter
of Washington, and Dr. Gaines, of Orange
burg, will compose the new Pension Ex
amining Board at this point.
There is no Word so Full
....and about which
, such tender recollec
tions cluster as that
of "Mother," yet
there are montbi
when the life of the
Expectant Mother U
111 led with pain,
dread and luffering,
and she looks for
ward to xho final
hour with fear and
prepares the system for the change taking place,
assists Nature to make child-birth easy and
leaves her la a condition more favorable to
speedy recovery. It greatly diminishes the dan
eer to life of both mother and child.
"My wife Buffered moro in ten minutes with
either of ber other two children than she did
altogether with her last.bavlng previously used
four bottles of "Mother's Friend." It is a bless
ing to anyone expecting to become a mother,
says a customer." Hkndekbom Dale, Carmi, 111.
Scat by Mill, on receipt ot price, $1.00 PER flOTTLB.
Book "To Expectant Motbcit" nulled bee.
The radfield regulator co.tlahta.q.
BOLD BY ALL OftUQalBT.
jpjr" K ,y.i;;!t'y
'REVIEW OF TRADE.
It. O. Dun & Company' Report on the
Condition of buiiueis.
New York, July 10. R. G. Dnn &,
Company's weekly review of trade says :'
The strike of Bituminous coal miners,
has taken 75,030 men or more from
work and threatens to restrict supplies
of fuel in some quarters, though the
West Virpinia aud fo ne other mines
which declined to take part, claim to be
ablo to meet tho eastern demnnd for
some months. At the west tho strike is
by no means unitedly sustained and tho
impression prevails that it will not last
Tho tinplate works havo settled tho
wage question and are ayain busy and
show a production of 4,603,000 boxes
yearly, with a capacity of 0,250,000
boxes. Tho bar mills have moro trouble,
but a general settlement of iron and
steel wages is expected without much
delay. New orders are small since the
annual vacation began, but yet are
large enough, the season considers to
afford some encouragement. Tin is
stronger at 14.10 cents without conces
sions and copper with a large export de
mand, at 11.12 cents for lake, while in
lead, sales of 1,000 tons or moro leave
the price about 3.7 cents.
The cotton mills havo a steady and
increasing demand, and tho quotation
of middling uplands havo been advanced
a sixteenth, aided by speculative
strength on reports of damage to the
crop, especially in Texas and Arkansas.
The woolen mills are getting decidedly
more orders for fall wants and begin
ning hopefully on spring goods, but are
cautious in contracts for future deliv
ery. Sotio have made large purchases
of wool, but by far the greater part of
tho sales, which amounted to 14,120,500
pounds at the three chief markets for
the week have been of speculative char
acter. Western prices are hold much
above those of seaboard markets, Mon
tana secured being sold according to re
ports at the equivalent of 42 cents at
the east, against 38 at Boston and 40 at
Philadelphia. There is a hotter demand
for domestic wool in expectation of
While the most cautions estimates of
wheat yield have been advanced, that
of Tho Orange .Tudd Farmer to 575,000,
000, priceB havo been lifted nearly a 1-4
cents here, although Atlantic exports,
flour included, were for the week 1,
503,953 bushel3, against 1,418,330 last
year. Western receipts are small, only
1,394,632 bushels, against 2,973,409 last
vear and tho disposition of farmers to
hold for higher figures is strengthened
by many foreign reports. It seems to
be the fact that crops in other countries
are less promising than usual and the
demand for American wheat is sup
plemented oven at this season by ex
ports of 2,605,694 bushels corn, against
630,010 bushels for the same week last
year. Each week raises the estimate of
wheat yield, however, and if the weath
er continues favorable, the crop may
prove a most important factor in the
future of national and international
business. The prospect as to corn is
growing more cheerful with each weok
and an immense crop is now antici
pated. Failures for the week have been 203
in the United States, against 215 last
year, and 30 in Canada, against 39 last
Standing or the Different Clnbs In the
The following is the standing of tho
clubs in the National League :
Won.- Lost. Per ct.
New York .' 87
St. Louis. 13
AT CINCINNATI It H B
Cincinnati 04010101 0-7. 2 9
Philadelphia ....2 0 8 1 2 2 2 4 3-19 0 1
Bntterles Rhlncs, Ehret, Dainmi nu
and Poltz; Orth and Clements nnd Mb
Fnrland. Umpire Hurst.
AT CHICAGO It II H
Chicago 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 x- 8 13 3
Boston 2 0000040 1-7 73
Bntterle j Friend and Klttrcdgo; Lowls
and Clark. Umpire Lynch.
AT ST. LOUIS It II E
St. LouU 0 1601010 x-8 12 0
Brooklyn 1 00001010-8 01
Batteries Carsey and Douglass; Dnub,
Dunn and Smith and Grim. Umpire
AT LOUISVILLE It H E
Louisvlllo 0 10 2 0 10 0 0-4 06
Bnltimoro 30111201 x 9 12 1
Batteries Hill and Wilsons Blackburn
nnd Clark. Umpire McDonald.
AT PITTSBCRO R II E
Pittsburg 0 00000100-1 10 6
New York 2 1100004 1 9 18 1
Batteries Hawloy and Merrltt; Si.v
mour aud Warner. Umpire Campbell.
Fair weather; continued high tempera
ture, with prospects of relief by thunder
storms Saturday afternoon or night; var
Review of the Grain and Livestock Mar
kets For July 10.
Caftlo Prime, M 9U5 00; feedors,
(4 SU24 00; bull, stags and cows, 3 00
3 50. Hog Prime light, 13 1i3 76;
heavy, 13 6U3 65; common to fair, t2 25
08 15. Sheop Extra, 13 vtfol tU; good,
13 9504 00; common, 3 608 25; cholco
lamb $1 253 5 ; veal calves, fi3 0u
Whea' 7778o, Co;n 2020c. Cat
tlo Solpc ed butchers, 13 8S4 lb; fair to
medium, 13 26(33 80; common, fi 26
8 0 . Hogi Soleo.ed and prlmo butchers,
(3 4 OS 46; packing, 13 8j3 4 ; common
to rough, (J "0(2)3 b). Sheep 13 00(38 00;
Iambi, II 00(35 26.
Cattle Cholco butchers, ft 601 85;
fair to good, $4 60(84 65: comm6n, 13 40
8 60. flogs Yorkow, 13 708 76; mlxod
packers, 13 60ffl3 65; rough, 13 u03 20.
Shcop Prlmo, 3 (X3! 25; fair to cholco,
3 rp3 40; common, 13 2503 75;
Btr A'CHANGtS OP WA-
Kr TER ETC
If SCRATCHtS-DrriS OF
r BREAKS UP
IN A RAILROAD WRECK.
Mr. Eihvnrd Hoyd Who Married Miss Minnie
McDougle Has a Narrow Escape
Mr. Edward Boyd, son-in-law of Mr. A.
J. McDougle, was in a railroad wreck
near Dennison, Tex., July 2nd, and had a
narrow escape from death.
Missouri, Kansas and Texas passenger
train No. 12., north bound, had stopped at
Celeste Station, tho rear of the passenger
train extended over tho crossing of the
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. A freight
train on the latter road crashed into the
passenger, striking the rear of the chair
car and the front of the sleeper, demolish
ing both. Six people were injured.
Mr. Boyd saw the freight train ap
proaching and was attempting to get out
of the sleeper when the collision occurred.
His left arm and shoulder were injured,
and "lie was unconscious for a time.
Mr. McDougle is in receipt of a letter
stating that Mr. Bovd was getting along
all right and that his injuries are not
very serious. His escape, however, was
a narrow one.
Y. M. C. A.
Program For the Men's Ilally To-morrow
Afternoon Other Matters.
Brevity will be a characteristic feature
of to-morrow afternoon's men's rally, but
the meeting will be a lively and interest
ing one nevertheless. The Christian En
deavorers of the Central Presbyterian
Church will have general charge of the
eervice, so we may expect something
good to think about which will be pre
sented by several of their earnest work
ers. Secretary B. B. Wilcox, of the
Frankfort Y. M. C. A., will aho be pres
ent and make a short talk. All these
short talks, together with the lemonade
to be Eerved at the cIobp, ought to bring
a large number of our young men out.
A special meeting of the directors will
be held next Monday evening at 7:."0
o'clock. Matters ot importance are to be
considered, and everyone is urged to be
A special from Lexington says: "Mar
shal James' appointments of Dpputy Mar
shal did not please Republicans. The
kick comes in along political lines. Dep
uty Marshal George W. Drake, who was
reappointed, is eaiU to be a Democrat,
and the same is said of Thomas Hollifleld.
Republicans say they would not care bo
much were it'not for the fact that hun
dreds of government employes in Ken
tucky are now protected by civil service,
and will be able to eat the lion's Ehare of
Federal patronage in Kentucky unless
civil service is abandoned."
The officers of Friendship Lodge NV
43, D. of R., I. O. O. F., installed last
N. G. Miss Alberta Luman.
V. G. Miss Emma Schwartz.
P. G. Mrs. Louise Bendel.
Secretary Mrs. Emma Luman.
Treasurer W.'C. I'elham.
15. S. N. G. Mrs. Maggie Powell.
L. S. N. G.-Mrs. Kate Blerley.
R. S. V. G. Mrs. Lotta Spromberg..
I . S. V. G.-M It Llllle Flem 1 n g.
Warden MUs Alice Chlsbolm.
Conductor Miss Agnes Dinger.
Chaplain Miss Lizzie Spromberg.
1. G. Miss Jennie Schuelle.
O. G.-Mrs. Pannlo Ort.
Bowling Ghees, O., July 10. Jewet
Young, a farmer residing near the city,
had his right hand blown off yesterday
with a fulminate mercury cap, used in
blasting. He was in tho barn and not
knowing what it was picked tho gray
powder insido with a pin, which set off
the powerful explosive,
A rare chanco is offered to secure an
elegant driving outfit. A finely bred
mare, with buggy and harness complete,
is advertised for sale in this issue. The
mare liasfino style and action and is kind,
gentle and Bpeedy. Call on or write Mose
Daulton & Bro,, or A. O. Collins.
Quaker Crimped Crust
Our price, 28c.
Shillito's price, 29c.
C, 0, RUSSELL k CO
Have Baby's Picture Taken.
Pretty likenesses of pretty bnlilci Is what every
mother wants. There 1 an art In netting the
best expression ol the little ones, lieniulfully
finished cabinets on embossed cnrds.Sl per doz.
CADY'S ART STUDIO.
A rare opportunity of buying An elegant ontfit
suitable for dnetor, talesman on the road, prlvato
family or anyone having uie for a
The mare Is a fine dark dapple gray In color,
five years old, fifteen and one-half hands high,
fine style and action, finely bred, and a good road
mare, kind, gentle and speedy, and is a real bar
gain at the price,
Pedigree. Sired by Colllnwood Xo. 10,7fU, rfloo
record 2:1 son ol Mambrlno Startle No, 4,661,
sire of Mnmbrino Maid S:l, and ten others in
the list; first dam by John Mevens, sun of Boit
lek's Almoin; second dam by C. M. Clay, Jr., he
bv the great C. M. Clay 'J:18, etc.
Kor further information rail on or write Moe
Daulton & Bro., livery and sale stables, Mays
ville, Ky., or A. C. COLLINS.
LAND FOR SALE!
I will oner at private sale CM) acres of Land ly
ing In Salt LIek Valley, In Lewis County, Ky.,
and two and a half miles from Vanceburg, the
county seat, and on a good turnpike. There Is
100 acres of bottom land and 5G0 acres hill land.
The hill land produces tobacco, cofti, wheat and
grass and is also the finest fruit and strawberry
land In the State. The bottom land grows corn,
wheat and timothy hav, and has 1,(00 choicest
fruit trees on It now. There are two good dwell
ing houses, a good stock barn, an almost new
tobacco barn, a good corn crib aud plenty of wa
ter for stock aud family use. This is one. of tbe
best stock farms In the country. This farm Is for
rale under a judgment recently rendered In the
Lewis Circuit Court and Is offered at $.',500, which
is a very low price. ill make purchaser a war
ranty deed. For further Information address
E. C. ROWLAND.
Vanceburg, Lewis County, Ky.
DR. P. G. SMOOT,
General Practitioner of Medicine and Surgery.
Special attention given to diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Office and residence: No. CO WcRt Third street.
Office houts: 10 a.m. to 3p.m. Telephone No. SI,
Office, No. ISO W. Second Street Dr. Ruth's old
stand. Telephone No. 97, at residence, when my
services are needed at night.
T. D. SLATTERY,
Attorney at Law,
210J4 Court street. Maysville, Ky. ' Collections
un.. uciiicuicui v. tauuvi a tieeiuuy.
Attorney at Law
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
Pompt attention to Collections and legal matter.
F, G. Company Corsets,
On Each Box.
FEATHERRONE CORSET CO.,
3D. 3HUJSTT 3c SON.
SATURDAY. JULY 3, at 30:30 am., tho following
privileges will be let to the best bidder:
Hotel. Confectionery, Stable, Baggage room and
Barber shop. The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
The meeting on these beautiful and much im
proved grounds will be held beginning July 22,
and closing on August 1. Eminent divines will
be present. Rev. M. Swadner, of Cincinnati, O.,
and the ministers of the Covington and Ashland
districts are expected to be present. The singing
will be In charge of Prof. J. G. Crabbe, of Ash
land, agisted by a splendid choir, which is an
assurance that It will be all that can be desired.
A fourteen-room houe has been built with
porcbe all around, making accommodations for
any and all comers. The Tabernacle has been
enlarged and the hotel will be Improved by tho
directors this year. And the best of all Is we
have excellent water two large cisterns and
three wells. One of the wells Is 160 feet deep, the
water of which has been analyzed and contains
tbe following medicinal qualities: Total solids,
3 C to the liter, soluble salts 3.16 to the liter ; con
sisting of chlorides and sulphates of magnesium,
sodium and potassium; insoluble saltf.O.-ll to tho
llter.conslstlng of calcium carbonates with taaces
The meetings will be In charge of Rovs. Q. R.
Freng-r and J. G. Dover, Presto lug Elders of the
Covington, Maysville and Ashland districts. If
you desire tents write
I M. LANE, Maysv llle. Ky.
THE SEASON IS XOV AT HAND FORMU-
And we have been Informed by the grower who
furuUhed us with benies last season that tho
crop Is very promising, and wo have made ar
rangements to handle from twenty-five to fifty
bushels per day, which enables us to furnish our
patrons with the finest berries shipped to this
market, both at wholesale and retail. Special
attention given to mail orders.
We will continue to sell siaple Groceries at re
m'arkably low prices, a few of which we quote
1 gallon New Orleans Molasses 35
2 gnllon bucket Syrup 60
1 pound Gunpowder Tea 80
C pounds Green Rio Coffee SI 00
4 pounds Leaf Lard 25
10 bars Soap 25
Headquarters for green Vegetables of all kinds,
at lowest market price. We also keep a supply
of the celebrated Shredded Wholewheat Biscuit.
Before buying elsewhere, give us a call.
CornerThlrd and Limestone streets.
To our new Coal Docks, and will sell
Kanawha and New River Smokeless
Coal at Pomeroy prices.
Orders will receive prompt attention
If left at McCarthcy's Jewelry store or
C. F. Zweigart & Co.,
Second and Sutton Stbefts..
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wl
ecu, m jpiimic ottic, iuo "uome iraci ' 01 eti a
Acres, near HeleBa Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acrea and 84 Acres respectively,
No better land In the State. Terms to suit pur
chasers. Apply to .
S. A. IMper")