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An Excellent Combination.
,The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
SriiUP of Figs, manufactured by the
Oalifoknia Fig Svitur Co., Illustrate
the value of obtaining' the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they arc pleasant vo the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
rerriember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FHANCI8CO, CAli.
J.0UI8VTI.I.E. KY NEW YORK, 17. "S".
Vor sale by all Druggists. Price 0c. pertiottle.
day. -Fair lo-niglit and Sun-
Garrett Case and Vgrnie Hineon, a
BardiB couple, were married Thursday at
the County Clerk's office.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the hand
some Morgan residence on West Second
will be sold at public auction.
D. F. Hiudard has been indicted for
grand larceny, stealing $20 from Max
Michael, and his trial eet for next Wed
nesday. Annie BufGEithas been granted a dr
vorce from John Bulger. She was also
awarded all her property and the custody
of her son.
William Bennett wbb Convicted in the
Circuit Court Friday of shooting and
wounding another, and was given six
months in the county jail at hard labor.
Christian Church. A cordial welcome
is extended to all the services to-morrow.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "The Secret of Death."
Christian Endeavor at G:45 p. m. Sunday
school 0:30 a. m.
Rev. H. 8. Simmerman, rector of the
Fpiecopal Church at Beattyvillo, waB
drowned Tuesday night while bathing in
the river at that place. The body wae
recovered, and Wednesday morning was
sent to Charlottesville, Va., for burial.
Rising at headwaters.
Virginia for Pittsburg and Bonanza for
Pomeroy to-night. Stanloy down Sunday.
The M. P. Welle, after a thorough over
hauling and repainting, will resume her
Vanceburg and Augusta trade Monday.
New York, June 9. Washington offi
cials have an Interest in the coming
of the Jamaica reciprocity commis
sioners greater than the trade o the
British possession warrants. There is
a feeling that before they get through
these Jamaica commissioners will
bring to a focus the whole question of
the future of the British West Indies.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHBAPIAKI AND OBIO,
Ho. 16..........10.05 a. m.
No. 2 1:35 p.m.
No. 18t 6:26 p.m.
No.20f 7:50 p.m.
No. i 10:46 y.m.
No.lSt .d-Sfl nm
No. V 6:10 a. m.
No.l7 -.8 60 a.m.
No. 8 M 3.85p.m.
No.l6f .. 435 p. m.
riailT. -tn&ilv exnent Kiinnnv
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington a
6:47a. m.; Baltimore, 8 00 a. m.: Philadelphia, 10:1
a. m.: Now York, 12:43 p. m.
F. F. V. limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati a
6.00 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 3:45 p. m.i ritsw York, 9.05 p. ru.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati a
7:55 a. m.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort sy trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. 1,23 and 4 do not stop between Maysville
Trains 15, 16. 17, 18, 19 and 20 stop at the
Charles Hotel, Maysville, for passengers,
For full information and rates to all points Ea
and West, apply to
T. A. GABJUGAN, S. B. P. A.,
Leaves Maysvillo at
8:47 a. m. for Paris. Lex
cton, Jcllico, Mlddlcsborougb, Cumberland Gari
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V7 Eastern Division. ......
Leavo Maysvillo at 1:25 p. m, for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Jtlchmond and
points on N. N. and M. V, Eastern IMylslon.
Arrive at Maysvillo at 9:45 a. m, and 8:30 p, m.
All trains daily except Sunday.
MILLIONS IN IMPROVEMENTS.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Doable Tracking
the Road From Huntington to
The Cheeapeake and Ohio railwayis
making wonderful strides in the matter
of permanent improvements this year,
Bays the Louisville Dispatch. Tiie com
pany is about to begin work upon general
betterments which in the aggregate will
represent between 8,000,000 and $10,000,
000. Theee improvements are not to be
made at any special point of the road,
but are to be distributed, and they will
extend over several hundred miles of the
O. and O. system.
Contracts were let last week for" the
double tracking of that portion of the
road extending from Clifton "Forge, Va.,
to Huntington, W. Va., which will give
the O. and O. practically a double track
road from the latter placo to the sea
board, inasmuch as the Richmond and
Allegheny divisiou of the company is
almost parallel with the main line from
Clifton Forge division, and has for some
lime been used by all through freights.
By double tracking to Huntington the O.
and O. becomes the great public artery
from the west to the east, so far as both
freight and paesenger businees iB con
cerned. Its equipment in every respect
is the best, its trains among the finest
and fastest in the country, and its general
service is unexcelled.
Besides this double tracking, a large
part of which is to be done by the big
raihoad contracting firm of D. Shanahan
Sons Co., the C. and O. is preparing to
.commence work in Richmond, Va., on a
steel viaduct and station, which are to
cost about $3,000,000. The franchises al
lowing these improvements have already
been granted, and the contraqts are being
awarded. The company is to outlay over
$1,000,000 in tracks, yards and otherim
provements at Clifton Forge, Va., where
the eastern division of the company be
gins, and a large sum is to be spent in
betterments at Newport News.
By Paying Promptly They Will Avoid any
Risk of Trouble.
The Internal Revenue act of June 13th
1808, increased the number of special tax
payers in this country from 230,000 to
400,000. This large increase, together
with the delay in the preparation of the
special-tax stamps necessary to accomo
date them, very materially retarded the
issue of such stamps at thb beginning.
Arrangements have now been made to
anticipate the applications of special tax
payers for the coming fiscal year by
placing a full supply of special-tax stamps
in the hands of each Collector at an early
The attention of tax-payers is called to
the fact that while it is possible for them
to delay making returns and paying the
tax throughout the month in which
their businees commenced, at the same
time the law requires that they shall
have their special-tax stamps exhibited
in their places of business, and heavy
penalties are imposed for a failure to do
so. Their attention is further called, to
the fact that when they delay filing their
applications and paying the tax until the
last days of June or the first days of July
they will find a crowded and confused
condition of things in the office of the
Collector Which may prevent them Jrom
receiving prompt attention, and which
may result in subjecting them to vexa
Grand Personly Conducted Excursion Via
C. and 0. Sunday, Jnno 25.
To Augusta, Eipley, Maysville, Man
chester, Portsmouth, Greenup, Ironton,
Ashland, Catletteburg and Huntington.
Remember thjs will be one of tho grand
est excursions of the season. Special
coaches reserved for ladies and their es
corts. Huntington is ntited as tho coming
city of West Virginia and natural gas
has just been piped there from the War
field gas fields, without doubt the largest
gas fields in existence to-day. The En
sign Manufacturing Co. employing 1,500
men making tho finest and largest freight
cars in the world, Tho O. and O. shops
are also located at Huntington. Excur
sionists can have a pleasant time visiting
the various points of interest. Electric
lino from Huntington to Central City and
Guyandotte, W. Va. Clyffside Park,
beyond a doubt the finest park located
in the State of Kentucky, can be visited
by stoping off at Ashland.
Special excursion train will pass Mays
ville at 10:15 a. m. Fare for the round
trip $1.25 to Huntington, and $1 to Vance
burg. For further information apply td
C. and O. ticket agent.
Electric Park opens for the summer
season next Monday evening with a high
class vaudeville program. Go out and
spend a delightful evening, The enter
tainmentlwill be furnished by Connors
and Connors, the fuiiny comedy duo,
Gavel and Piatt in their refined Bketch.
The admission will be only 15 cents,
Including round trip car fare.
Items Picked Up by tho Bulletin's Corre
spondents in Mason and
CONCORD, LEW.S COUNTY.
Miss Mary Montgomery is visiting friends In
Miss Gertrude Owens, ot Tollesboro, Is sewing
for Mrs. O. B. Cox.
Mrs. Grant Hlnes has returned from a visit
with friends in Cincinnati.
J. K. Carr had a valuable horeo badly cut on a
barbed wire fence one night last weelc.
J, M. Ashenhust, one of our enterprising mer
chants, sold Bixty pairs ol shoes Baturday.
Miss Verdle Barrlngcr, of Huntington, W. Va.,
is the pleasant guest of Miss Maggie Parker.
J. B Trlslcr, of Maysvillo, was In town Wed
nesday the guest of his cousin, Mrs. J. K. Carr.
Mrs. Stella Stevenson and little son, Sherwood,
of Manchester, are visiting Mrs. J. M. Ashenhust.
Mrs. Mogglo Cox and two children have re
turned to their home In Vanceburg after a pleas
ant visit to her sister, Mrs. ft. K. Parker.
When a boy turns his bulging pocket inside out
we marvel at the quantity and variety ot articles
he has stowed away. Odd length of string.marbles,
a horse-chestnut, a top, brass nails, hickory-nuts,
an apple, and many more articles are garnered by
this "snapper up of unconsidered trifles." We
think the collection must be hard on a boy's
pocket, and It Is. But do we ever think of the va
riety and miscellany of the substances we put
fnto the pocket of our stomach ? There's the ap
ple and the nuts, and things besfdes quite as in
digestible as brass nails and with no more food
value than so many marbles. And yet we wonder
that the stomach "gives out." When the stomach
breaks down under the strain of careless eating
and irregular meals it can be perfectly and perma
nently restored to health by the use of Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The action of
this medicine on ithe stomach and other organs
of dlgestlonland nutrition Is so marked that re
lief from disease is at once experienced, and the
headaches, liver "troubles," kidney disorders,
skin erupttonsand other symptoms of a diseased
stomach are quickly cured. Whenever the use
of a laxative medicine Is Indicated, use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They act in harmony
with the "Discovery" and assist its action by
purging the bowels ot foul accumulations.
Result of Friday's Games in the National
Clubs. 12345678 9-R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 01101000-3 02
Brooklyn 0 1202010-6 10 0
Batteries Phillips ana Wood ; Dunn and Far
rell. Clubs. 12345678 9-R.H.E.
Cleveland 0 03000210-'C 13 1
New York 4 1 0 0 Oj) 1 1 - 7 13 1
Batteries Carsey and 8chrecke0Bost; Meekln
and Orady. .
Clubs.' 12345678 9-R.H.E.
Washington 1 0000'-! 28
Philadelphia 2 2014" 9 13 0
Batteries McFarland, Baker and McGuire;
Frazar and Douglass.
Came called on account of rain.
The Pittsburg-Baltimore game was
postponed on account of wet grounds.
Increase in the Total Vnluation of Ken
tucky's Taxable Property.
Frankfort, Ky., June 0. Tho State
Board of Equalization completed its work
to-day, and the grand total shows the as
sessed value of all property to beS5G3,288,
680, which is an increase of over 512,000,
000 over the value the County Assessors
fixed this year, and an increase of $10,
000,000 over tho equalized value of last
Tho taxes due the State on this amount
is a little less than $3,000,000 at the rate
of 52J cents on the $100.
ii - .,- ,,
Tobacco Killed in Clark County.
Winchester, Ky., June 8. The exces
sively dry and hot weather of the last
few days has killed the late planting of
tobacco, about one-half the total acre
age, and the few plants left in the beds
have suffered a similar fate. Joseph El
lis, a prominent tobacc'o man, who keeps
well posted on the condition of the crop,
says the damage by heat and drouth pre
vails to a great extent all over the Blue
A Popular Wedding Trip
Is to take a D. and O. steamer to Macki
nac Island, Mich. If you want a delight
ful trip take one of the D. and O. new
Bteel paBsengor steamers to the island of
cool breezes. Staterooms and parlors re
served thirty daya in advance. Send 2
cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet. Ad.
dress A. A. Schantz, G. P. A., D. and O.,
Fitz Knocked Oat in Eleven Hounds.
The big prize fight last night in Now
Vork between Jeffries and Fitzsimmons
was the absorbing topic among local
sportB. Many of them put up their
money on Jbitz, and lost it, as he was
knocked ouin eleven rounds by his big
Bobeut BnECKiNniDQB, of Fleming
County, and Anna Florence Montague, of
Lowisburg, will be married to-day.
Miss Agnes Dodson has returned
from Richmond whora she was teacher
of music in the MadiBon female Insti
tute tho past session.
Misses Lottie Berry Jessie Judd and
1?lMAnni ITVanlr lnff .Vitn mAnlM i
8Dend a few davs with nilatlwM ami
friends at Cincinnati.
drain and Stock Qutitarlorn Kor Juno O
Cnftlr Cdhinton to choice
steers. ?4 BOS
5 40', common
nion Htngs and Oxen, 2 25&3 ;!.";
bulls, '?2 1103 00; choice Tiit do, $3 40
4 40; cows, $1 00(&-l 00. Calves Common to
chdli'e vedls, $4 60(27 00; tops, $7 25; culls,
4 40; cows, $1 0G34 00.
Cnlves Medium to choice veals, ?5 50
5 7:5; buttermilks, $3 2.-Q3 G2$.
Sheep end Lambs Poor to extra sheep,
?3 00.'(I5 00; medium to good yearling, $5 DO
(5 87; southern lambs, $8 00; common
stufe lambs, $0 50&7 00.
Hpgsr4 204 30., ,
Wheat No. 2 red, 83',c. Corn - No. '2,
40i,c. Oatb No. 2, 30&c,
lions Yorkers, $3 03; mediums and heav
ies, $:i DO; pigs, $3 D0&3 !)3; stags and
rodghs, $2 2o3 25.
Sheep and Lambs Good to best strictly
yearling lambs, $4 65j5 00; fair to good,,
$4 50J74 "C; common und grassy, $4 00(9
4 25; good to choice wethers, 4 2C&4 50;
fair to good mixed sheep, $3 50Q4 00;
spring lambs, tops $0 507 00; fair to good,
$5 oogo 00. '
Cattle Good to Host dry fed butcher
steers, $4 S55 10; fair to good, $4 C0J
4 80; grass steers, $4 504 SO; heifers,
$1 25Q4 75; fair to best cows, $8 00Q4 00;
bulls, $3 00&4 00.
Cattle Choice, $5 1530 CO; common to
medium, S4 35&5 05; fed westerns, $4 0OS
0 30; bulls, cows and heifers, $2 0020 10.
CnIves-$4 25&C 76.
Hogs Heavy, $3 C0fi3 00; mixed, $3 70
3 00; llglits. J3 70S3 00; pics. S3 3023 70:
culls, SI 5053 CO.
Sheep and Lnmbs Choice shpe'p, $4 C5
4 75; culls, 2 C0&3 00; rams, S3 OOtgfl C6;
ewes, $3 2 3 75; spring lambs, S3 75
0 50; Colorado Wool lambs, S5 7&&0 85;
clipped lambs, $3 G0&5 CO.
Wheat-No. , 2, 77&77c. Corn - No. 2,
33c. 'Oats-No. 2, 24(525V4c
Cflttle-rCholce ,heavy, $rj C0(g5 CO; prime,
S5 450 50; 'good, $5 205 40; tidy butch
era', ?5 005 25; heifers, $ 258-l 80; bulfs
and stags, S3 00&3 40; fat cows, S2 25(3
4 30; fresh cows, $3 OOlgS 00. Caltes S7 00
Hogs Prime mediums, $4 004 05; heavy
hogs, $3 05g4 00; good Yorkers, S4 00;
light Yorkers and pigs, S4 0S4 05.
Sheep and Lambs Cholpe sheep, $4 50
4 55; good, $4 30(g4 40; fair. S4 004 20;
choice yearlings, $5 233&. 40; common to
good, S3 50&6 10;bprDgJum'bs, S4 50&0 50.
Cattle Butchers', S4 755 10; shipping,
$5 00R5 25: tops, $5 3C&5 CO; co,ws und
heifers, S3 75Q4 25; 'stockers nnd 'feeders,
J4 25S5 10. Calves-SO 0021 50.
Hogs Yorkers, $4 07i4O4 16; mediums
and heavy, S4 10; pigs, $4. 0304 10.
Sheep and Lambs Good to choice clipped
lambs, $5 75Q0 00; fair to good, 5 255 50;
culls and common, S3 50g4 00; mixed clip
ped 'sheep, $4 C0S4 05; culls and common,
$1 503 25; choice yearlings, $5 25(&5 85.
red, 74c. Corn No. 2
mixed, 35c. Oats No.
2 mixed, 27c Kye
-No. 2, 05c.
Lard $4 85. Bulk meats $4 75. Bacon
Hogs-$3 3533 02& Cattle-'$3 0OQ5 15.
Shecp-S2 25g4 25. Lnmbs 15 25(20 85.
"Wheat Na 1, C7c. Corn No. 2 mixed,
3639c. Oats No. 2 mixed, 20c. Bye No.
2, 07c. Cloveraecd S3 75.
.Butter Fancy creamery,
QltEEN COFFEE $ ft 12J4Z815
MOLAS3ES-new crop, gallon 60 C0
Golden 8yrup 35 40
Forehum. fancv now. 25 a.S0
uuuaii lunmv, fj u 4
Extra C, ft. 4
eirrrv . r. v.i. . . v ..
A, V ft. 5
Granulated, 'B ft , 6
Powdered, $ft : M. iy.
New Orleans, 1 lb . 6
TBAS-T& ft 60S1 00
COAL OIL-Headllght. P gallon 10
BACON Breakfast, ft ft 10
Clearsides. y ft 8$ 9
Hams, Sift.... , 11
Shoulders, ty ft 8
BHANS-11 gallon 25
BUTTER-- lb 015
CMICKENS-Each 25 30
EGG3 fl dozen 01 12V
FLOUR-Limestone.f! barrel U 25
Old Gold, 31 barrel.. 4 25
Maysville Fancy, $ barrel 3 75
Mwon County, $ barrel 3 75
Morning Glory, $ barrel 3 75
Boiler King, barrell 4 25
Magnolia, 1ft barrel 4 25
Sea Foam ) barrel 3 75
Graham, jfl sack t 12 (315
ONIONS-f peck ..30
POTATOES W neck fti
HONEY-ttft ; 12K15
Y. M. C. A.
Men's rally Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock in association rooms. A good
leader and speaker has been provided
who will nob tire you with a long meet
ing, but will begin on lime and close at
the right time. All men invited.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Fine Blue Grass
FARM FOR SALE.
Having decided to sell my faim, I ofler at
vato sale ono of the best farms and nreti
homes In Central Kentucky. Said farm fs on tho
Jacustown turnpike, four miles from Paris, four
miles of Millcrsburg. and within one mile ol
three stations on the Maysvillo railroad. It con
taines 829 acres, 160 acres of grass, and in a hleh
state of cultivation. Tho dwelling is a two-story
brick with ten rooms, and is ono of thobestlbullt
houses in Kentucky. There aro two barns, two
cabins, work shop, grauary, buggy houses, coal
and wood houses, and every bulldliie needed on
a well regulated farm. Plenty of fruit of all
kinds and never falling water. This farm -will
unvo iu uu seen 10 ue appreciated. Terms easy.
, ,MR8, MARY E. H1ULER.
Call on or address Bishop Hlbler. 19dlmw2
Of 547 West Ninth Strefct,
Will bo at the Ceritral TTotoi. MavrviHa -it.
Thursday, JULY Cth, 1K, returning every
first Thursday In each month. '
TELEPHONE : .
r ' ' FRANCHISE.
Pursuant to a lesolntton'ftdopted In-oiincll,
Juno 6th. 1809, the Mayor and Cferk will offer for
sale on the
I91fi Day of June, 1899,
between tho hours of 11 and 12 a. m, to the high
est and best bidder a Long-dlstanco Telephone
Franchise 1n the City of Maysville, said Franchise
to run twenty years. City of Maysvillo reserves
the right to reject any and all bids. Conditions
of granting said franchise can be seen on appu-
oi granting faiu irancmse chu uc bccu uu hjj
catiqC to the Mayor or City Clerk.
v W. E STALLCUP, Mayo
Bknj. T. Cox, City Clerk. 71
I have made arrangements with one of
the most successful growers In this sec
tion to handle his crop of Berries, which
will be tho finest that comes to the city,
and lots of them. I will be prepared to
Furnish dealers and consumers in any
1 have always a complete stock of fresh
Vegetables and the finest Fruits the mar
ket affords. White Star Coffee makes &
meal complete. Sold by
Third stud Limestone.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
And at prices tbat will make you
Agent for Frazler's Buggies
Are arriving everyday. Our
stock is largo and complete.
Choicest selections can bo
made in our lino of China,
Glass and (iueensware, Din
ner and Toiletware, Lamps,
etc. Prices low.
GEO. F. BROWN'S
Cbina Palace, 40 West Sec
ond street, Muysvillo, Ky.
Look at tho DETROIT, tho very latest
up-ip-date medium priced Stove in tho
LEONARi) & LALLEY'S,
C. P. Zweigart & Co.,
8KC0NDAND SCTTOl 8TBOTS..,
C. BURGESS TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collection of Claims.
211 Conrt Street, Maysville, Ky.
T. D. SLATTERY,
Attbllxfcy &t Law,
216H Court street, Maysville. Kv. Collection!
ana settlement oi estates a specialty.