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We sell more Food Choppers at this time of the year than any other, but we do. Guess it's
on account of the fruit and vegetable season. However, there is no time during the entire
year that a Gem Chopper in the kitchen is not seasonable. Takes the place of the old-fashioned
chopping bowl and knife does better work, without noise without tearing, squeez
ing, mashing or grinding. It saves time and adds to the pleasure of housekeeping----
Gem Choppers For Sale In Maysviile by
The Frank Owens Hardware Company
RESULT OF MONDAY'S GAMES.
Pittsburg. 02100000 3 0 0
Brooklyn. 00000000 00 7 0
I Flaherty and Smith; Cronln r.nd
feergen. Umpire Zimmer.
Pittsburg. 00022000 4 5 1
Brooklyn. 00000100 01 4 3
I Case and Carisch; Garvin and Rit
ler. Umpire Zlmmer.
(Chicago. 000100020 03 13 4
CJncJn'ti 000021000 14 8 3
i Lundgren and O'Neill; Walker and
Schlel. Umpires Moran and John
stone. How They Stand.
, Clubs. Won. Lost. P. C.
Now York 59 23 .720
Cincinnati 51 S3 .607
Chicago 49 32 .605
Pittsburg 45 33 .577
St. Louis 44 37 .543
Brooklyn 31 56 .356
Boston 30 55 .353
Philadelphia 20 00 .250
N. York 000000000 11 4 1
Chicago. 000000000 00 4 0
i Orth and Kleinow; Owen and Sul
livan. Umpire Sheridan.
(Boston... . 0000 0 00 20114 9 0
'St. Louis... 000 2 00 00010 3 6 4
Gibson and Farrell, Criger; Howell
jand Kahoe. Umpire Connelly.
American Association. . j
Louisville 1, Columbus 6. -$f
Milwaukee 6, Kansas City 5.
Toledo 2, Indianapolis 3.
' Minneapolis 0, St. Paul 0 (ten in
filings). Game called at 6 o'clock on
Central League. J'J j
. Evansville 2, Dayton 3. . "t'J.-fe
South Bend 16, Peoria 3. jj
i Terre. Haute 3, Wneellng 1.
( Grand Rapids 2, Fort Wayne 3.
A WOMAN'S DEED.
Owing to Despondency She Poisoned
Herself and Baby.
Pontlac, Mich., July 26. When Bag
gageman Blades, of the Grand Trunk
depot, came home at 7 o'clock Mon
day night he found the doors fastened.
He broke into the house and found his
wife ana baby on IKe floor, both Hying
from the effects of poison adminls
tered by the woman. The baby is
now dead and the wife can not live.
Despondency is given as the cause.
Took Carbolic Acid.
New York, July 26. Mrs. Blanche
Madden, 23 years old, the wife of Ed
ward Madden, the song writer, com
mitted suicide Monday night by tak
ing carbolic acid. Sho had recently
been an inmate of an Insane hospital.
Four Injured In a Riot.
Danville, Va., July 26. A riot at
Stokosland, five miles from this city,
resulted in the serious injury of four
persons. The trouble started with
some Negroes who abused a party of
white men, accompanied by women.
New York, July 26. At a meeting
of the stockholders of the Eastern
Trust Co. Monday the proposition for
the company to go into voluntary liq
uidation was unanimously ratified.
This action will be taken at once.
To Prevent Raising Price of Meats.
Oamha, Neb., July 26. Representa
tives of the independent packing in
terests were in conference with strike
leaders and as a result, ItJs said, suit
will be brought to prevent the packers
raising the price of meats.
A Treasurer Short.
Holyoke, Mass., July 26. John It,
Blarney, for 18 years treasurer of the
eastern division of the American Wire
Workers' association, has disappeared
and in a letter to the secretary admits
peculations to over ?10,000.
Ledyard's Naptha Launch Burned.
New York, July 26. The 25-foot
naptha launch of the steam yacht
Rambler, belonging to Lewis Cass Led
yard, commodore of the New York
Yaeht club, caught Are and burned to
the water's edge.
Ex-Senator Davis to Marry.
Shepherdstown, W. Va., July 26.
Ex-Senator Henry G. Davis, the demo
cratic vice presidential candidate, will
in the fall marry Mrs. Catherine Rey
nolds, widow of Dr. John Reynolds, of
Shepherdstown. Mrs. Reynolds is 70
St. Paul, Minn., July 26. Mrs. Ve
nus, of Norwalk, O.. a delegate to tho
triennial convention of (fie Xadies'
Catholic Benefit association, died sud
denly at the Windsor hotel from heart
failure as a result of acute indiges
tion. Won Chamber of Commerce Stakes.
Detroit, Mich., July 26. Baron Grat
ton, driven by Ed Geers, at the Blue
Ribbon meeting of the Detroit Driv
ing club, which opens the grand trot
ting circuit, won the $5,000 Chamber
of Commerce stake for 2:24 pacers.
Elks Attend the Fair.
St. Louis, July 26. Hundreds of tho
"Best People On Earth" have already
arrived in St. Louis from the annual
grand lodge at Cincinnati and will re
main in St. Louis for a week, visiting
WHAT IS CATARRH?
Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati, July 25. Flour Winter
patent. ?5.055.25; fancy, ?4.704.90;
family, ?3.754; extra, ?33.25; low
grade, $2.702.90; spring patent, ?5
5.30; fancy, $4.254.E0; family, $3.85
4.10; Northwestern rye, $3.753.90.
Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, track, 95c;
No. 4 red, track, 75c; sample red,
track, 92c. Corn No. 3 mixed quot
able at 6253c on track. Sales: Mix
ed ear, track, 55'c; white ear, track,
54c; yellow ear (Saturday evening),
track, 57c; rejected white, track,
45c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track,
40c; rejected white, track, 40c; re
jected mixed, track, 40c.
Chicago, July 25. Wheat No. 2
red, 96c?l; No. 3 do, 9096c; No. 2
hard, 9196c; No. 3 do, 8891c; No.
1 Northern, $1.02; No. 2 do, "OOc;
No. 3 spring, 93 95c. Corn No. 2,
49.c; No. 3, 49y4c. Oats No. 2, 36V.
37c; No. 3, 36c.
Cincinnati, July 25. Cattle Heavy
steers, choice to extra, $5.405.75; fair
to gobd, $4.505.35; butcher steers,
extra, $5.105.25; good to choice, $4.35
36; heifers, extra light dry-fed, $5
5.15; good to choice, $4,250)4.90; cows,
extra, $44.25; good to choice, $3.25
S3.90. Calves Fair to good light, $5
6; extra, $6.25. Hogs Good to
choice packers and butchers, $5.50
5.60; mixed paokors, $5.405.60; light
shippers, $5.455.60; pigs, 110 lbs and
less, $5.155.40. Sheop Extra, $3.60
3.75; good to. choice.. ia.l0.130
llyomei Only Guaranteed Care for This
Common and Disagreeable
Hyomei cures catarrh by the 'simple
method oi breathing it into the air pass
ages and lungs. It kills the germs of
catarrhal poison, heals and Eoothes the
mucous membrane and effectually drives
this disease from the syBtem.
If you have any of the following symp
toms, catarrhal germs are at work some
where in the mucous membrane of the
throat, bronchial tubes or tieeues of the
offensive breath butkiness ot voice.
dryness oi the nose discharge from tbc nose
pain across me eyes stoppage oi tnc nose at
pain in back oi tbe night
bead achitic of the bodv
pain in front of the dropping in the throat
bead mouth open while
tendency to ta-e cold steeping
burning pain in tbe tickling back of the pal
throat , ' ate
hawking to Clear the formation of crusts in
throat the nose
pain in the chest dryness of the throat in
a cough the morning
stitch in olde loss of strength
losing of flesh spasms of cougbiug
variable appetite eough short and back-
low spirited at times ing
raising of frothy mu- couih ivorse nights and
expectorating yellow loss in vital force
matter a feeling of tightness
difficulty in broathing across the upper part
frequent sneezing of the cbest
Hyomei will destroy activity of all
catarrhal gerrxiB in the respiratory organs
and in a few weeks the cure will be com
plete. This is a strong statement but J. Jae.
Wood & Son emphasize it by agreeing to
refund your money il Hyomei does not
The wise man is getting in his
supply for another winter be
cause you can't tell what may
happen at the mines this sum
mer, or what the weather may
be next winter. You should or
der your supply at once of the
Virginia for Pittsburg and Stanley for
Pomeroy to-uight. Down, the Bonanza
and Ben Hur.
Captain James K. Peyton, commander
of tbe steamer City of Cincinnati, has
been appointed United States Hull In
Hpector for the district of Cincinnati, to
succeed Captain S. S. Fearn, who has re
signed his position on account .of con
The combination sale Julv 27th.
Maysviile Coal Go
Let Us Send to Your Home
a Gase of Our De
licious Bottled Soda Water,
PHOSPHATE, CIDER or
A case contains twenty-fnur one-half pint bot
tles, and the price is only 75e.
Among tho various kinds and flavors there is
Chocolate, Peach. Orange, Strawberry, Lemon,
Crcara.Sarsaparllla, Cola. Raspberry, Champazne
Cider. Ginger Ale. and the famous beverages
"Ironbrew" and "Dr. Pepper." You can havean
assortment and no extra charge. Keep a. few
bottles on ice In your homo and you will And
AUCASE TCSaV re8hSBK aUd P'60"" 0RDE
KENTUCKY BOTTLING CD
The Wormald property will be offered
Louisville, Ky., July 26. Twenty
butchers struck at Pfaffinger & Co.'s
packing plant Monday
Many Citizens Are Plot Pleased With the
Location of Our New Government Building
Fill Your Coal Bin
Now before the cold weather sets in,
beforo tho price of Coal goes up. Get
the kind that burns evenly and does
not fill your stove up with cinders and
clinkers. A Coal of that sort costs you
just twice as much in the end. Try a
ton of ours, it is all coal should be.
Farmers, we can load your wagon In
three minutes with our patent Hoist
and Coal Hopper. Office and yard,
corner of Second and Short streets.
Phone No. 70.
Every one is pleased with the prices Dan Cohen has made on his Shoes for the
month of July and they come from every part of the city and surrounding terri
tory to buy them. Choice of man's low cut Shoes in the house $2.48. This
includes the best made.' Wonderful reductions on all our goods. Look over
our bargain tables for better Shoes than you ever saw for the price. Come now
to Dan Cohen's Great Western Shoet Store.
-ai CXS cancer yitnont e knife. Very llttlo
foniy 4urlr8 the last ten years. We send a,
ho5okiu?on.request whlcn tells all about
a t, """"cui. mil reier you to Mr.
WCdnivr ,thT,s PPer. SeldonV Bramel
wedenla, ky., Mrs. Joel T. Luman, Mt. Cancel!.
S-Bramel. North Fork, Ky. and adorea
?1.?I8,ln,youJ" Zn couny you wish them.
Write for free book at once.
, DBS. 1RAT16NY I RUSH,
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O.
Great Western Shoe Store
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
mh? nx,tect.lns,on the beautiful grounds
guststh Binning July 28 and closing An-
Dr. H.'c. Jennings, of tho M. E. Book Concern.
Cincinnati, and Kvangcllste . L. Dunham of
,JjyiX'.E! & ""1 bo .Prcsen
T B " -" "boub. ev. i u. iiauer will
have charge of the singing and young peonie's
meetings. The children's meeting "will be in
charge of competent leaders. The meeting r w 111
bo in charge ot Keys. F. W. Harrop and JR.
?SSeai18!ld,.Dg ddore ot e Covington and
Ashland districts. Any ono desirlne cottflPM
write I.M.LANE, Maysviile, KyV Any one not
able to pay will be admitted free. y td
.JPrk Guaranteed. No 80J. West Bocond
street, Maysviile, Ky.
Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Fair,
Lexington, September 12tu-17tu.
On account the above tuo L. nnd N. will sell
round-trip tlcketato Lexington. Ky.,Si31. Dates
Seffiwwl2tht17tE lDCluslve Um,ted