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Oevotedto Home Intereete, Local and Oeneral I New m. ( EIM'.IX). WAYNE co.. W. y.\.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 1906. MMlil'l? iw CARRIED DEAD GHILD IN CAR Fire Creek Woman has Sad Ex perience While in Huntinaton • To Visit Relatives. Huntington, March 20._Pas sengers on a Camden Inter-State electric cat witnessed a pathetic sight tbit afternoon when Mr* J. W. Martin of Fire Creek, held in her arms for two miles the dead body of her 3 year-old child. She had taken the child to a physican’s otlioe and the little one died soon after the mother boarded the car. Her paroxysms of grief brought tears to the eyes of the other passengers. She refused to relinquish the body until Central City was reached. There she was prevailed upon to leave the car ami a policeman took charge of the body. I lie woman's dress indicated pover . \Y and three other little children in ' tittered garments accompanied her. She was on her way from Fire Creek to the home of relatives in Ceredo. Marshall Gollcge’s Large Enroll ment. Marshall College, the State Nor mal School at Huntington, has be guu the spring term with an enroll ment exceeding all records and the arrival of new students promises to make the total above 1,000. With this figure reached the attendance will be the largest in the history of the State, not excepting the West Virginia University. Additional teaehers have to be procured. Prof Kollin Hamilton, of Friendly, and Miss Della Brake, are the new teachers added. W. L. Mansfield was in towrn last week. He has resigned his position with the Fairmont Times. G. I SIL60TT GO. USIIER IN THE NEW SEASON WITH THEIR Spring Opening ot New Millinery. Dress Goods and Ladies’ Wearing Apparel in all the Smart Styles of the Season’s Demands, on Thursday ami Friday, April 5th and Otli, 1900. We cordially invite you to the opening with the know ledge that in Styles and Prices we can suit you best. Everything tlicit is real clever and new—shape, color, weave and style is shown you here in unparalleled variety and the * Prices Jlcvcai a Pleasant Surprise, reflecting your own ideas of economy. roiLGorTco: Catlcttsburg, Kentucky. 10c car fare allowed our out. of town patrons when their purchases amount to 82.00 or over. Recognizing the fact that our employes need some time for recreation and rest, we close on'.r-,store promptly at 6 p. m. Except Saturday Aiglits. Onr Store will rcniaiJ! open on Opening Hays until 8 p. niVv G. & 0. Wreck. Portsmouth, Ohio, Maroh 30._ i I’»’o trainmen were killed, one fatally injured and five other persons were seriously injured in a wreck on the Cbes ipeake and Ohio Kulrud 1 near 0'*l,icy, Ky , tonight. | The dead: Engineer John Spotty, of Covington, Ky.; Fireman K. Ernst, Covington, Ky. Fatally injured: Expressman John Hand, Eatonia, Kv. Seriously injured: Brakmen J. F. Hogan, Covington, Ky, Brakemin W illiam Bishop, Covington, back sprained; (Jeorge Kichford, passen ger, Covington, Ky. • II. 1>. Me Pherson, travelling salesman, Watertown, N. V. ; Mrs. Logie Flaetxer, Portsmouth. 1 he train was an accommodation, and ran into a washout, the engine, lender, baggage car and smoker ' leaving the rails and plunging into a small creek, which was swollen by the recent rains. Toe two rear coaches remained on the track. A relief train brought the injured to this city. Pirating Poley’a Money mid Tar Foley it Co., Chicago, originated Hon ey and Tar us a throat and lung remedy ! and on account of the great merit anil popularity of Foley’s Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the gen uine. Ask for Foley’s Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered, as no other preparation will give tin* same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It i contains no opiates and is safest for I children and delicate ihtsoiis. Sold by | liloss Drug Store. One of the daintest ami prettiest sights that may be seen in Hun tington is the display being made by Valentine & Newcomb in their spring opening which is now in pro gress. Subscribe’ Only a dollar a year. Social. (*n Saturday evening, April 7, 1 •!> the room adj ... th,. Bloss Drug Store, there will ho an ice oif.nu supper the proceed* of which will go to the Cere lo High School Bane Bill Club. All are cordially invited to attend. The t eredo Orchestra will furnish music for the occasion. I'he U. II. S. |J. B. (.'.will open the season with .Ashland High School Teaui at <’eredo April u. On April 21 the same teams play at Ashland, Ivy. I'he C. H. S. B, B. I . is made up Ilf very fast hall players. Let everybody com.* out and root for them. Is (lie Moon Inliahited? Science lias proven that the moon has an atmosphere, which makes life in some form possible on that satellite ; out not for human beings who have a hard en ough time on this earth of oars ; especial ly those who don't know that Electric Hitters cure headache, biliousness, ma laria, chills and fever, jaundice, dyspep sia. dizziness, torped liver, kidney com > plaints, general debility and female weaknesses. Unequalled as a general tome and appetizer for weak |H*rsons and especially for the aged. It induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed by \V M. Hloss.Coredo, and H. Ney Williams, Kenova, druggists. Price only 50c. /'Miss Ama Tiernau, daughter of Attorney J. M. Tiernan, of Wayne, will take the position of head nurse at the Huntington hospital. Miss Tiernan is a graduate from the Baltimore School of Trained Nurses A Good Tonic. Beef, Iron and Wine is a nutrit ious stimulant and a blood maker tonic. It is made from soluable iron,sherry wine and extract of beef c unbilled in a pleasant form. Price 50 cents a full pint. Florentine Drug Store, Huntington, W. Va. Wild it Boette. MAMMOTH HIGH IN GKftDE Bottom ot Shaft In Ore GarruiiiQ 284 Ounces Sliver to the Ton. * hie of tho premier strikoH of tho year >n Just reported from tin Mammoth •»li in of tlii* (jitiivtu' Mining company m tii.* Evans gulch. The assays from * sampl** pn ki‘d m r.uidotu from tin* Ihit tom ut 11»> shaft revealed tin. presence of -is| outlet's silver an.1 llo per emit lead. Tln> isiuurkaby rich mineral seems to he a genuine shiMitand not n pocket, and at once places the Mammoth on a sound l>.i>is. It als i brings to the trout n si*o tiou of tho district that has not been conspicuous heretofore. In fact the nearest shipping property is the K1 Faso, over half a mile distant The shaft is at present f»0ft fo»'t deep, ainl was started last M iv. Maj >r A V. Hohii is the manager and t he enterprise is tinaiieed in St. Louis. The Mammoth shaft which be if at 1 to pass through tho iron ore yesterday that is evidently the cap of tho ore shoot produced large fragments of lead ore. \ little lead was showing on Tuesday hav ing a value as was stated the other morning ot live ounces silver and IS per cent lead. I'lie a says on the ore yester day showed ‘JSJ ounces silver mid 110 jier cent lead. I here was no special samp ling to obtain t his assay, in fact it was taken at random from half a dozen large pa c. s sent up by the shaft men. 1 hese values ami the massy size of the pieces make it practically certain that a large body ol rich lead ore will lie found in the Mammoth. Tho stock holders are principally St. Fxiuis men wiio have assisted Maj. Holm to prose cute this enterprise. All concerned are receiving congratulations from mining men ami friends generally who upproci ate tin* immense signilioance of tin* Mammoth discovery to a largo surround* mg territory of practically undeveloped ground —Leadville (Col.) Herald Dem ocrat, Mar. 20. The Ceredo and Keuova people who own stock in the Citizens' mine (and there are quite a number), are feeling good just now. We want it understood that Wayne county, W. Va., helped to finance this enterprise, for which our people are indebted to Mr. F. E. Hush, of St. Louis, himself a large stockhold er. uirn ot iHanks. Wn desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the people of Cercdo, Kenovu iimt vicinity for tin* 1 ■ 1 ■ i*n 1 patronage which th<*y gave our comedy, “A Couii try Kid,” last Friday evening. Onres li< < ial thanks are due tin; editor of the < Jeredo Advance and Kenova Reporter for the many complimentary notiros winch he gave uh ; to Wright Bros. for tile free uae of their opera house during rehearsals; to Mrs. Coni Jo'ics and Mr. i\ K. Thomson, who assisted with the music; to Mih. John Irby for the adept manner in which she changed and fixed tiie scenery, etc.; to Messrs. late (Jrider and Wayne Ferguson for Helling tickets ; to Misses Brady, Lyon and Marks, who played their parts as “Chick,” “Mariah” and ‘ Mary,” respectively, to perfection ; and last, but not least, to Mrs E. <). Maunders, who spent many hoars of her valuable time during the last few days ot our rehearsals, in bringing order out ot chaos. The success of the play was due mostly to h^r energy and direcfii n If is the intention of the orchestra 10 settle down again to the practice of mu sic and by the time roses are in bloom we hope to lie able to furnish music that will lull tosleep the nightingale. An revoir, hut not g<ssl bye Tub Ckkkdo Okoiikhtka, iTirn nisi Mixry in Hanger. More than half of mankind over sixty years of age sutTcr from kidney and bladder disorder*, usually enlargement of piostrate gland. This is both jminful ►and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney Core should is* taken at tin* first sign frf dan ger, as it currents irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Ho* k Rort, Mo., write*: “I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney tronhle for years and after | faking two bottles of holey’s Kidney j Core I feel t letter than I have for twenty ! ■ years, although T am now 91 year*old.” . Hold by Bl jus Drug Store. — • « Kx-Senator John Y. York, of 1 Yorkville, was in Catletlsburg, Ky., : several tlays of last week, disposing I of his limber which came down Big I Sandy on the recent tide. • • * A Thousand Dolhrs Worth of Bond. "I have been afflicted with kidney and | bladder tronhle for years, i«s«inggravel or stones with excruciating pain.” says I A. If. Thames, a ^ndl known eoal oper ator of Buffalo, (), *‘I got no relief from medicine until I ts’gan taking Foley’s Kidney Core, then the result was sur prising. A few doses started the brick dust like substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and f feel like a new man. It has done me #1,000 worth of good.” Foley’s Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease. Hold by Bios* Drug Store. Mis* Chine Doolittle, daughter of Judge and Mrs. K. 8. Doolittle, of Huntington, who has been danger ously ill at Lynchburg, Va., is re ported to be out of danger. The Judge, who was at her bedside, has returned to Huntington. . KtNOVft NtWS. K. 1*. Johnson was here from Portsmouth recently. K. Key Williams was a visitor to •its <». W. Johnson was here from Whites creek the first of the week W. ||. Jones, of Thaoker, spent Sunday w ith his family at this place. Messrs. Ktley Smith ami T. N. (iofT were recent visitors to Ceredo. Mrs. K. J. Kidd is confined to her room with a severe oaseof grip. A grand Kaster hall will ho given hereon the evening ot the inth prox. Ktley Smith transacted business in Huntington Wednesday after noon. The property occupied hy W. II. Jones is being enclosed with a ne/ fence. Albert Osborn, of near I leech I'ork, this county, has moved to 11 untingion. Miss Minina 11 am mo was calling on friends at Huntington YVedues day afternoon. Charles Bronson, of Williamson, passed through here Monday on rou e to Huntington Mrs, J C. Schick, of Koanokc, is spending ill's week with her hus band at this plaee. Miss Florence (Jurnutte, of Cat lettshurg, visited friends in our city the first of the week. Mr. I lay ward, of the Kenova • u|m»i i»ng. v,o., itas returned trotn a business trip Kant. II. T. Ureeoe and .Ian. Prender gant spent Saturday evening at the Huntington Theatre. Mayor York was a business visitor up the lines of theC. <fc O. and B. «fc <>. railroads this week. (ieo. B. Cross, of Columbus, is in the city. He has accepted a position with VV. A. Smith. Anbury Jackson purchased the .1 It. Smith property which was sold at public auction Wednesday. Mrs. T. II. Baldridge spent a few days last week with her niece, Mrs. Harry Weller, at Portsmouth. Kdwin P. Jones, representing the Ports month Shoe Co., was a busi ness visitor to our midst Wednes 'lay. Mrs. W. W. Jackson and little daughter, Marjorie, were calling on friends at Catlettsburg Tuesday af noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hamilton, of the northern part of the State, are spending this week at the Glen wood. Miss M:iry William*, of Ron ceverte, is the | lea-ant guc*<t of her brother, R. Ney Williams, thin week. Mi*«es Ethel Wolfe and Hope Patton, of Catlettshurg, Kv., wen recent guests of Mr. and Mr*. T. il. Baldridge. Mr. and Mr*. Wayne P. Fergu non, Mr*. Miller ami Miss Maggie Kelley were Huntington visitor* the lirst of the week. JanoeH Prendergast, N. AW. ex press messenger, will leave next week for his home at Oawega, ()., to spend Easter with relatives. Work haa been commenced on th** foundation for a hand«ome new residence to be erected by W. W. Jackson on corner Twelfth and Chestnut streets. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith and little daughter, Margaret, of Waver ly O., were in the city last Sunday arid spent the day with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. W. II. Jones. Harry I). Kelley and Miss Ad alaide Lake; Harry Breece and Miss F.va Jones; Charles Norman and Miss Myrtle Cyrus attended the “Babes in Toy land” at the Hunting ton Theatre Wednesday night. Mrs. W. W. Breece attended the meeting of the Ladies’ Aid Society of the M. K. church, which was held at the home of Mrs. Alfred Y'ost at Catlettsburg, on Thursday even I ing of last week. During the past few days Acting Mayor Williams has had several journeymen Viefore him charged with loitering. 1 he acting mayor thought our crossings and pavements needed cleaning off and so put the weary travellers to work. They [have to earn their keep while they A MATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE AC roam of Tartar Powder, froo from alum or phos phatic acid ROYAL BAKINO I’OWDLR CO.f M W YORK. *tay in Kciiova, anil ttat is one tiling certain. Special Dili cor Strother Maya ami non, Henry, arrested two men this week lor stealing liras a anil copper lr »m the N. it \V. In default of *•'00 hail ’Squire Crossed sent tho priaonera to the county jail to await the action of the next grand jury. Lindsay McKoand, agod ten, died u the home of Iiih grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fry, of thia place, Tuesday night. Tho young fellow had been aHlioted with heart trouble from infancy and it was this 1 incase from which he died. The remaitiH were interred in iirown’s Hill cemetery yesterday. March 30. Rkpoktek. Dunletth, w. Va. Kn. Aiivancb: Mrs. A. (J. Willard, of Fast Lynn, ih visiting her parents, Mr. and MrsJ Klee, Ward. Mr. and Airs. Peter (irogory wero visiting their daughter—Mrs. (4. L. Freeman— Tuesday. Marion Piymale made a business rip to Huntington Monday. Koscoe and Ulysses May, who wive been working at the Glass Works at Central City, were at home Sunday. Miss Goldie Kowe and brother, McKinley, were the guests of Mrs. Henry Ward, Su iday. Lftcicn Piymale a.u| wife left I'uesday for Portsmouth where they will make their future home. Mr. Piymale is a brukemau on the N. t w. W. I timer and family, form* ■rlv of thin place, hut who moved U> Central City Home time auo, are moving hack to their old home. f Miss Josie Malcolm, who has been Maying at Portsmouth for tome time, in at home thin week. Henry Bolt, of near thin place, ia moving to Huntington. March 31, jltotj. C. M. I.atkk Human Blood Mark a. A tale r,f horror was told by murks of inman blood in the home of J. W. Wil iam*, aw.tll known merchant of Batik, Ky. Me writes ; “Twenty years ugo I had ttevere hemorrhages of the lungs knd wa» near death when I b«gaii t«ik- * i"K Hr. King's New Discovery. It com [iletely cored me and I have remained well ever since.’’ It. cures hemorriutges, dironic coughs, settled colds amt bron* -hitisand is the onlyknown core for weak luiiK" Every bottle guaranteed by W. M Blow, Ceredo, and H Ney Williams. Kenova, druggists. 60c and *1.00. Trial bottle free. 1 he completion of the Ohio tfc Big Sandy railroad to Klkhorn City and the buibling of the Tug river divison of the N. <fc W. R. R. has practically put the Big Sandy steam boatmen out of business, so far as the passenger and frieght traffic is concerned. Last week the steamer Ouyandotte lay at the warf for three days before she received a lot of freight for the up Sandy country, while each day car loads of freight were shipped by our wholesale houses by rail to the up Sandy merchants. However, river trans I portation serves as a check to the i railroads in the matter of freight chsrjjes.—Catlettsburgcor. Ashland ' Independent. ■ - m ♦ m-— ''Mrs. A. .1. Nunn and daughter Malissa, have returned from a busi ness trip to Cincinnati where Airs, Nunn purchased a fine line of mil linery. See ad. elsewhere in thin paper.