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Informatiens Made Against the Anarchist, Bergman. we for Assaulting Mr. Frick, One for an Attempt Upen the Life Lelihraan Hall Fixed 0,000 Each ler the Assaults and 1,000 lu Each of the eOther Chara-e14,000 in All. in A CLOUD-BURS- '' it V PUBLIC MA YSV1U.S mm ' LEDGrEJl 26, 1S92. Father, Wife, Grandmother; and Three Children Carried Away. The Family Were Surprised Water While Asleep. by the " KXl'VBLICAK. r Or at FIRST YEAR. MAYSVILLE, KY TUESDAY, JULY KENTUCKY ONE CENT. ukckii't reit a aoen tows. unil Schools. Morality. hi tint) n J'. Personal joints Congressman Paynter is at his home In Greenup. WEATHER REPORT. MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Late Yesterday's Decket. s,' Pittsburgh, Pa., July 20. Alexander Bergman, the anarchist, who attempted te assassinate H., C Frick, en Saturday, will net be permitted te escape with the punishment of seven years in prison provided for a single case of felonious assault Six informatiens were made against him Monday evening, charging him wjth offenses under which he can .receive sentences aggregating thirty-'threyears In the penitentiary. The formal Informatiens were made before Alderman James McMasters, by Secre-'tar- y Leve joy, of the Carnegie Steel Ce., ' Limited, et 0 o'clock Monday uvcnlng. Three are for felonious assault and jthree for entering a building for the tptirposeef committing a felonious e lt 13fflf iim havcfrlcmh vMthw veu, or if you What We May Expect Between This Time Gleanings Frem arcueiiwauay en a vMl, pluue tlmp ua note Karly anil Keiiiiig. te that tfficl. THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. Grit. Vim. Push. Snap. Energy. Washout en the Ohie I'lver. IUUread at 1'rocter, VT. Va., Citutei a Fatal Wreck I'aiscnger and Malls Will It Drlnycd Fur Several Days. I T j 1 .5 j " k J " Twe of the informatiens nre for assaulting Frick and one for the attempt Lclsh-fraaupon the life of who was in the oflice with Mr. 'Frick at the time. The ether three charges are alike, except that it is that the offenses were committed en separate dates, the dates named being July G, 22 and 23. Alderman Immediately madoeut warrants land placed them in the hands of Cen Miss Lizzie Newell is visiting Mrs. J. stable Webber, who went through the K. Lloyd of Yellow Springs, O. form of presenting them at the jalL jThe alderman fixed next Saturday as Miss Maggie Swift has returned from a the time for holding the preliminary hearings. Bell wan fixed at $5,000 in visit te Cincinnati and Covington. ach of the eases for assaulting Chair man Frick and $1,000 in each of the J. G. Wadswertli, Deputy Collector, ther four cdarges, making $14,000 In has returned from his Eastern trip. i 1 Vlce-Chalrinn, ed -- Circuit Court reconvened yesterday morning, Judge L. W. Robertsen pretPiKeetteaincr I'Ain; lut iiain or snow; siding in the nbsence of Judge Cele. With Mack aiievk 'twill waiiuek jrrew. In the case of Lena Telle vs. Thema Rev. C. W. Rillle ami family left te- If ttlath'x IIKNRA1II COI.UKII 'twill lie; Cooper the defendant tendered his bill of Unless '(if 'i' shown no clmturu we'll see. day for Ruggles. exceptions, and moved the court te file same, te which plaintiff objected. MoCeuuty Clerk Pearce is spending a few tion taken under advisement. days at Esculapla. Masen County vs. Cabin Creek and Springdale Turnpike Company. C. C. Miss Tebie Farrew returned yesterday Degman defendant, tendered his bill of from Mt. Sterling. exceptions and plaintiff asked until Saturday te examine same, wLIch was granted him, Mrs. Nannie M. Itespcss will leave toIu the case of Lena M. Hamilton vs. day for Glen Springs. James J. Shacklcferd, defendant promiule for u duced mandate and opinion of Court of S3"""The nliove Jehn ,Bums of Chicago spent Sunday period or thlrtj-M- v tnrecints nre nt 8 o'clock Appeals. On motion the case was . tieuis. eikIIiir evenltiL-and judgment rendered and with f lends in this city." verdict of jury set ns'.de. Susan II, Hundley was adjudged n luMiss Sudie Shcpard will go te Huggles natic and erdcicd taken te the aylum. Cainpgieuud Ji Blakcboieugh was adjudged" Incapable of attending te his affairs, and J. V. Alexander appointed a committee te 1. M. Lane's family left for Ruggles take charge of same. Campground this morning. Geerge T. Harbour was sworn in ns an D Advertlslinr. Talk about it. Write about It. Cheap prepertj. Speak well ler It. Kelp te Improve it. Advert le In Its papers, (loed country tributary. Patronize Its merchants. Klict geed men te olllce. Help till public enterprise). Honest competition In prices. Make the atmosphere healthy. Kill Hi evlbited by geed work". Klre all loafers, crenkers and Let j our object be the welfare, growth nnd promotion of j our town and Unpeeple. Speak well el public spirited men, and be eno jeurselt. dcud-beat- Cerd'ullty. NEGLECTED GRAVES. The Hetiiig I'lace of (her Twenty-Hi- e llunilreil Confederate Suliliers. attorney. IS THIS HOT ENOUOII? lames Hctlin handed in his account as Maishal ferSVi 30 The hem hasbceu Intense enough Te melt an Iren pet; In fnct the heiit whs het enough Te roast n . Het-en-to- t. The averaire daily amount of sunshine the world ever is little meie than three hours, Te bell egg or bnke n leaf. them In the sun, Anil while jeu wipe jour meltlim' brew. Your coekliiir will be done. Just pet iin 11' V ' w . '('" ' ' - The extreme penalty for felonious assault Is seven years and for entering a building with felonious intent four years. If he gets the limit he will have thirty-thre- e years in the penitentiary la which te study upon his vicious theories of nihilism and anarchy. The charge of carrying concealed weapons, upon which another year could be added, may also be preferred. Warden McAlees is taking extra precautions te prevent Bergman harming himself or ,hls or attempting te escape. Whlle he does net consider that there is any danger, he says it was deemed advisable te watch the accused closely, as "An ounce Of prevention Is worth a pound of cure" A wild rumor was in circulation during the day that several friends of Bergman arrived In Pittsburgh from Chicago, Sunday night, armed with dynamite bombs and cartridges, and that an attempt would be innde te pass some of the explosives in te the prisoner. The jail authorities de net take much stock in the story, but will be very careful te allow no one in te see him who Is net known. Feil Inte a Tunk. Leuisvhxe, July 20. Adam Fuchs, employed at the Kentucky Woolen mills, met with a horrible accident Monday. He was walking acrebs a tank of bell-ing water, when he slipped in. The water only reached about midway of Ills body, but the part below the surface was almost literally boiled from his bones. The unfortunate man shrieked with agony, but retained sufficient presence of mind te wade te the rim of the vat, and was lifted out, leaving great flakes of flesh In the seething water. Physicians say he will die. fellow-prisoners, Suez Canal Geerirc Burrows and Peyton Wheeler are spending a few days in Cincinnati is eighty-eigh- t miles long. N. O. Bkoeks, a leading merchant and respected citizen of Covington is dead. purThe J. Harry Richardson, the cernetist, will chased Paris Milling Company has 07 te 80,000 bushels of wheat at go te the Campgrounds this afternoon. 70 cents. Jim, hew long were these two catfish Misses Nannie and Rctta Squires have that you caught mt of the pond at spend a week with Ruggles? cone te Cincinnati te frieuds. William F. Adamsex is seriously ill. Charles B. Pearce, Cashier State Na- and there are hut slight hopes of his tional Bank, left this morning for Wau- recovery. kesha, Wis. The recent trip of E. A. Robinson was Mrs, Dr. Barnes of Nicholasville is the most successful one in the history of visiting her father, Jehn D. Rec of East his business. Second street. Leuanen has passed an ordinance for Sunday the encouragement of back-doe- r Miss Margaret Finn of Brooksville is business in saloons. the guest of the' Misses O'Donnell of Market street. The recent rioting in Paducah has had the effect of ridding the city of some of Rev. W. N. Mebanc of Vanccburg is its worst characters. in the city en a visit te his brother, Rev. Miss Teiue Fauiiew contributes the U. W. Mebane. latest installment of periodicals for the Miss Fannie Geilcnstelu lias returned County Infirmary Library. , home after a sojourn of two months with The heat is no respecter of persons. relatives at Cincinnati. This morning it prostrated William Bloem, one of The Leueek's composiMartin Smith, after spending a few tors. days with relatives at his old home in The first request made by a Chicago Aberdeen, left Sunda for Louisville. burglar after he had been sent te his cell was for a Bible and a package of cigarMrs. Alenzo Seaman and daughter of ettes. Kansas, Misses Lida and EUie Stealer of A woman is new defending loungstewn, u., ana Airs. w. u. uavm-se- suits Baitimehe two different women for brought by left this morning for Ruggles Campalienating tlie ntlectlens et tueir husground. bands. . m n An Ashbore'N C.) man has among his deeds a land grant te a member of his prisoners of war. It is a lonely place, this, situated en a among fields family from Geerge III. that are golden with the ripened grain, Ben Tehee get en a geed sized drunk nnd where little save the twittering of in Coviiuten Sunday night and, amused the birds breaks the solemn silence of himself by cutting Mrs. Beubeig, wife of death. A few scanty trees give a He is in jail. a saloon keeper precarious shade and "the long uncut grass lies matted en the ground ever the A Detiieit man was lined $100 for graves of these hundreds of brave men kissing one of ids tenants. Besides, he sleeping the eternal sleep se far from was badly beaten by the husband, who the homes of their childhood, their He probably friends nnd their kin. The place Is witnessed the osculation. wishes lu hadn't absolutely neglected and deserted. The single iron gate that breaks the conA deposit of S20 made in the New- the burypert Institute for Savinus in 1S20 tinuity of with stone wall is fastened and covered undisturbed rust of new calls for interest amounting te fc'iOS. years. Twenty the feet beyond it, in the five Ne one has ever claimed the original center of the cemetery, is a granite deposit and no addition lias ever been bewlder some live or si. feet through, en made te it. which is carved in sunken letters: . Rememheu. The Ledgek prints "Help Wanted." " Lest." " Found, "and similar 2,'JiV) Cenlederute Soldiers notices net of a business character, free et the War lti!-- l. charge. The only thing we require is Hurled In this Inelesure. of 'copy be sent-i9 o'clock before that the ,,.,,1 en day efi publication. There are but three ether marking The smallest pony in the world recently stones. One bears this inscription arrived en the Shetland pony farm of the Marquis of Londonderry, en the Island of Bressay. It weighed only sixteen j. l). nkem. t .MJtli Alabama Itegiment, pounds, and at its birtli was but nineteen : company u, and a half inches high. by-rea- Adjutant General Poceck of Ohie is just new mnking an investigation into the history of a little plat of ground about 140 feet wide and some 500 or COO feet long, which lies about live miles West of the Statehouse. In that small stiip. which is inclesed by a stone wall nearly live feet high, lie buried 2,290 men who were captured en Southern battlefields and were sent te Camp Chase, near Columbus, te suffer confinement as Whkf.i.ine, W. Va., July 20. Monday morning when residents of the vicinity of Leng Run, a stream which flews through Wetzel county into Fish creek, awoke, they were astonished te find that two houses en the creek bottom had been washed away in the night There was only a comparatively slight Bterm there, and It is supposed the flood was the result of a cloud burst further up the stream. Fences, bridges and outbuildings had also disappeared, but the water had subsided te its normal stage, from which fuct it Is inferred that the damage was deno about midnight. It was found that the family occupying one of the two houses demolished had all escaped, and taken refuge In an abandoned tobacco house en the hllL The ether house was occupied by Dan Doty, his wife and thrce children, Doty's father and mother and Mrs. Doty's mother. Ne sign of them could be found for some time At length the , body of Doty was found at the mouth of the creek and a llttle later that of one of the children was discovered ledged In the branches of a fallen tree about a mile and a half below the place where the house 6toed. QThcrc can be no doubt that all the Inmates of the heuso were surprised by the angry waters while asleep and all perished. Lightning Sunday night and Monday morning early destroyed three barns and badly damaged five houses in this vicinity. The Hoed washed out a long, high trestle en the Ohie river railroad, at Procter, thirty-similes down the river, and nt half past three Monday morning a freight train of twenty-nin- e leaded carb was precipitated Inte the deep ravine, and all demolished. Engineer IJeaslcy had a leg cut of Passengsrs nnd mails will have te be transferred around the wreck for several days. x tW l MILLION DOLLAR FlfTE. City, '&. GALMreus, O., July 20. Jacob Jenes, 35 years old, and residing at Patriot, this county, came home Friday night intoxicated. He took a pint of strong ' whisky from his pocket, caught his son and poured the contents of .the bettlo down the little boy's threat The little one lingered until 2 o'clock Monday morning when he died V In terrible agony. This inhuman crime has caused considerable consternation. Over a Cliff. Wiikelinq, W. Va., July 20. .lames Pllens, a prominent citizen, and his wife, mother-in-laand four children, were thrown seventy-fiv- e feci ever a cliff Inte the Ohie river, by a runaway horse. Mrs. Pllcns and her mother received frightful Injuries, and both will probably die. An Infant child was also dangerously hurt The ethers escaped with slight injuries. The herso was scared by a train. , Cotten Crep Injured. Memphis, Tenn., July BO. The continued heavy rains, lasting pver tve weeks, whleh terminated ten days age, followed by a drought and excessively b.et weather, have seriously damaged the cotton crop, lq his section, and Unless we have rain within the ncx( week a great deal of the product will be rendered almost worthless. w 'Killed HU Child With Wlilnkj. A, L. Jenes, his mother Mrs. David The Pennsylvania College, with the Jenes, his aunt Mrs. E. Vettcr of Walnut Ohie and Ann" Arber Dental Colleges, arc Hills, Cincinnati, spent Sunday with Mrs. the only ones that admit women te study M. J. Cenrad. Mr. Jenes was accompadentistry. nied home by his wife and interesting litTheiie will be a regular hegira among tle daughter, Ruth Hazel, after a visit the Methodists tomenow and Thursday. with friends. will begin the Ruggles The Baptists have dedicated a new latter day. church at Morehead, Rewan county. The town of Iren River, Wis., was alUnukh the new election law there will most totally destroyed by fire, and r00 peeplo were forced te sleep in cars The lie live voting precincts in Maysvllle. Camp-meetin- ..... It is a modest little stone less than two feet high, en which the storms have net yet made visible their effacing force, but it is plninly neglected, possibly uctheught of. Over in the extreme Western end of the inelesure is another small stone, Edwaiid Tkeasy. 21 years old. certainly almost hidden by the long grass, en old enough te knew better, who lives in which nppcais. Covington, rode a pony te Ceney Island Sunday. Because the animal would net Gkouee Heney. go as fast as he wanted it te go he stabbed Hern. I.ivermere. Ky., : it with a knife, lie was arrested aud he July 24th, ought te be given a dose of his own medDied, October 2M.1MS.I. icine. ,,,.,. Bellevue. but who has been living with her husband in Cambridge City, Ind., with her two small children, was driven f loin home by her husband because her cooking didn't suit him. She was cared fei by the Cincinnati police. Annie Mayku, whose family lives in ,.... .......i K. less is $200,000. I i H ,0 I Memphis, Tenn., July 2a At a colored boy agedlO.ycars named vteerfr, amun nea m agni ,wim a nwe white boy. This se enraged the father, Jehn Feathers, who came up at the moment, that he picked up the young Negro and dashed him te the ground, killing him instantly. The murderer made his escape. Ordered te llendunut. Washington, July 20. The secretary .of the navy has ordered the United States steamer Kearftarge te proceed at uavn tnMJnMii f rriint lUUUUJ 'i iU awn 10 -' wuvyai a state of revolution, and the 'presence' U thought of a United States necessary te protect American interests ' ? - 4 there. Dashed Out HU Life. Oak-iin- d prominent member of the Salvation Army te eno cent. Most of the Japanese prefer at Bloomington, III. That is wheic he warm baths, and very likely this is the reason why their complexions are usually , Miss Eliza J. Sai.lkk, an aunt of J. II. get the tittle of "General." smooth, clear and spotless. and (J. L. Snllee of this city, died at A NF.wsnev at West Chester, Pa., and ueorgetewu, u., aged w. In the White Heuse mail several days an organ grinder's monkey had a lively Mits. Lucy Gukkey has removed te combat a few days age, iu which the after Mr- - Blaine's lesignatlen there came a letter from Iowa. The writer said that Dayton, wheie she will live with her monkey came out victorious. he saw that J. G. Blaine, Secretary of ncicc, Mrs. Marlen Hill. She has been a and te pijsident of Maysville for fifty years. The Huntington Accommodation en the State, had icsigned, were he would likethe required of knew what duties C, and O, had a mishap at Bradford yesterwere. hew much the r day afternoon. It was due here at 4:45 Secretary andwas satisfactory wagesthe laTeJf Scott, a of eud If the salary accidentally put his hand into a but didn't get here until nearly 10. bors net toe arduous the writer named box of rattlesnakes at a Cincinnati saloon Roberts, the way Saturday night and was badly bitten. Wes Lee Is a rustler, If he wasn't he applicationby for the job. wanted te make He thought he He may die. couldn't sell overcoats with the ' j. and 003 would make a prcttv geed Secretary of memcter nt 08 in the 'Mrs. Eramu 8wikt of Cincinnati,' everj' place else. This is what he did State. executrix of Alexander Swift, paid into yesterday. Keutuik)' Vam aud Tret. the Federal Court I4.501 00. te satisfy a judgment against Sam. McKce, former The value of bank and corporation The following list has been carefully elision Agent at Louisville. Mr, Swift stocks and franchises te be assessed by arranged fe.1 The Ledeeu. Any. emiswas one of his Furetics. the State Auditor, under the Revenue sions will be cheerfully supplied upon ami Taxation bill, as amended by the notice. The late W. & Culbertsen the million-ejr- Scnate, is ever $ 200,000,000. ULUEOUASS CIUCriT. bankcr,ef NewtAlbany, Ind cut off Harredsburtr, July aith elx days. two of bis grandsons with $ 100 each be. Knett county has let the contract for Danville, August M tlve days. cnuse he had heard they indulged in a new Courtheuso te rcplace the eno de . These heirs, it is saul, new streyed by incendiaries, and arrangements SlmrpsburK. AtiKUst Pth live du s. Nlehelnsvllle, August 16th tlve days. propose te bring suit te have the instru- are under way for erecting a $2,000 Maysvllle, August Sid rive da s. ment set aside. schoelhouso in place of the eno burned. Loxlnnten, August 30ih fle days. The Cotten Mills shut. down at neon I'urls, September Oth tlve days. Rev. B. W. Mehane will leave yeste'rdayj en account of a Are in the row Winchester, September l'h tlve days. for Crittenden, te conduct a cotton sheds tlinfresultcd in wetting the tracted meeting, and there will be no proCynthlana, September 2Ut mur days. serraw material. The Are is supposed te vices days. Mt. Sterling, Septomber'JTth-thr- eo liave originated from a spark, and the next at the Central Presbyterian Church etiikii rAiits. Sunday except Sabbath-schoo- l and cotton may liave been burning for dayB days. Versailles, August ber 7th. m saloon-keepeCyn-thian- BitOTHEiis' circus is coming this way and will show in Maysville Septem- Ski.ls m Adlai Stevenson was at eno time a cantakonbath.hetorcold. for a sum equal 800 public But one ether stone marks the grave of another gallant fighter for a principle, and it is notable that the name of the unfortunate who lies beneath is net given en it. Why cannot be guessed. Like the ethers, this stone in small. It stands just at the left of the entrance gate, shaded by a towering elm, whose swaygiven a ing limbs stretch out ever man another grave, and the lettering is this: The Japanese are a cleanly people in many respect1. They are fend of bathing. In the city of Tokie there are ever Ordnance Sergeant loud-mouthe- d set-bacbath-house- Theuk are some as anarchists in Maysvllle as can be found anywhere. They never did have, and never will have, anything themselves, aud they de net want anybody else te have a few hundred dollars, no matter hew haid they toiled te make and save them. It is about time these fellows were in which n person Third "" , ther-shad- e o -- horse-racing- to-m- before its discovery. Dumagu small. Y. P. S. C. E. '.M-t- lve ...i i- man-of-w- ar 1 f Chicaoe, July 90. After a two years' iwarah the murderer of Mary Andersen at Perth Ambey, N. J., has been captured In tne person of Merris Berg, he being positively identified Monday by one of the boyiwhew he chased from t the wane of the'erlm. -- Murder Will Out. appeared in Casey's nience of moenshiners and ethers in the paper stating that Zimmcr had made an Eastern part of the state. e laslgamcnt.-3Thstatement was net GovEiiNen McKiNLBY, iu answer te an uue' aim dimmer claims mat no cannot new buy goods en credit In Cincinnati. invitatieu from Colonel A. K. McClure Franklin, August Mth-n- ve days. for a joint discussion of the Tariff, says Hewling Q recti, September 6th. a Uiiiiiptildtiilnnt nf he will take part in the dobate under the tfa I itinitini.' Hards-townSeptember 6th Ave dajg. the Street Railway Company, is quite ill auspices of the respective National Comdays. Muyellek, (cel.,) September 7th-r- eur exarranged. as a tcsuit et overworK during me mittees if it can be se Kllzabothlewn, September i:!th reur days. d cessive heat of the last few days, days. Horte Cave, September 20th-f- eur with eoveral sovero electric, shocks has expired lu England ou Oorinantewn, Soptember SSth four days. received recently whlle flxiug the wires. eight of Charles Dickens's books the These causes have shattered his nervous, Pickwick Papers," ,,Dombey& Sen," Hartferd, September 3th reur days, days. Ovronten, October Ith-tl- ve system te such an extent that his condi- " Martin Chuzzlewlt," " Barnaby Rudge," All the abevo meetings liave trotting tion this morning Is considered rather "Nlfthnlan VlrUlnliv." " Hkfttrbps hv critical, Dr, CO. Owens Is his physl Be," "The Old Curiosity Shep" and contests, these nt Maysvllle being especially attractive. eIm. ' "Oliver Twist." because an item m T , com-bjecCei-Yittnii The minority report en the bill providL. E. Cabky, editor of The Gotingten ing for terms of the Federa! Court at Commonwealth, has been sued for 1,000 Richmond, recommends that terms be by F. B. Zlmmer of Andersen's Ferry held instead at Jacksen, for the conve- Columbia, Augim Oth four da s. days. Sprlngfleld, August Oth-r- eur Lawrencchurp, August 8th three days. Campbollavllle, August dayr Unlontewn, August 16tU-t- lve I.ebunen, August -- tJ tour days. Hendersen, August 2Jd tlve days. Londen, August 21th thrce days. Alexandria, August iWtti tlve days. ays. July 20. Fer TennesOvcahiennl showers, but fair durTwe thousand two bundled and fifty ing the greater portion of the day, seven graves here are net even marked' south winds, warmer rn extreme west They cannot be distinguished in any way portion. The' ground nbove all has sunken "te Fer Kentucky Generally fair, south one common level. Mere than 2,200 men. winds, continued high temperature. euce radiant with hope and strong with Fer West Virginia Let-n- l showers courage, eager for valorous deeds, who went "forth te battle, lie mingling their during the afternoon or evening, variadust with that of a land they hated in ble winds. life, and it takes a long search te obtain Fer Ohie Lecal thunderstorm-- , but any information as te who tl ey were, fair during the greater portion of the where they came from or anything else day, southwest winds, slightly cooler in about them. Indeed, it is net sure that Western Pennsylvania and northern any Information can be obtained There is- - none in Columbus among the state portion of Ohie. Illinois--Fair Fer Indiana and weather documents, indeed, nethiug se much as te show te whom the ground bolengs. and continued highctemperaturc, with A protracted inquiry has failed te dis- south wind& cover anyone who has any knowledge of Monday's Oiiiium. the burial ground and of the men in It. I Phllnpelphla. a I Pittsburgh i 1 Cincinnati 0 The relatives and friends of the peer fell'roeklyn ...3 10 & (Clcelund them, and nay no 1I Calcutta lows have forgotten 1 New Yerk 1 Baltimore 2 mere heed than if they had never lived JSL Louts Itosten. .... T or died. Fersakeu and forgotten they LouUllle. I Washington 4 lie in their tiuhonercd graves, a silent but Mew Tlwy Hunk, terrible reproach te the living who will Woe. Loeu Per Ct. net even pay them the peer tribute of Philadelphia S 7 .778 memory. Urveklyn..... 0 3 .007 e 3 .657 away from home Cleveland One must always go A 4 .6U te hear what is going en. This is from Cincinnati ft 4 Baltimore .848 The Athland Kews: ."Maysvllle tore up Washington 4 5 5M, her streets, that had net been molested New Yerk 4 4 .00 for fifteen years, te put down mains for Des ten., B ., 4 .444. fuel gas. When the mains were in they Pittsburgh 3 .S7s: fc. 5 found their gas was simply wind, and Leulstlllc tl 3 .833 a 3 would net burn. Fuel gas stock can new Chicago .333'' 2 be bought there cheap.' 7 2J8 ' St Leuis Se Use for Docter. The I'MltitMpJiia Inquirer has inaugu. Londen, Julj Se. The Vienna cer rated a novel and certainly interesting V department. Stories of the lute rebellion respondent of the Times telegraphs: 'eS aud hew it was put down never cease te "The Nene Free Press says that the InInterest, aud The lnquinr has certainly habitants of various villugcs of the gev-- i hit upon an excellent method of pi event- ernment of Sarnteif have attacked and ing these stories. Kvcry day it ropie-duce- s expelled doctors who were sent te their from its own file n telegraphic, 110 dispatch giving the news of some great Convict Attempt Suicide. event of the rebellion, It is safe te say Celumiius, O., July 20. Jehn Conway, that these dispatches arc read with as much Intorest ns any of these contained in the n Washington county man, doing five . regular telegraphic columns of the issues years for having burglar' tools fa hit in which they appear, nnd no doubt are possession, attempted suicide Medvy permed by ranre readers lunn read them rot-tThta k Um upon their first appearance thirty years evenlng by the gu third attHpt aweng the aeavleta with- -' age. see m e. 1'esldence, Asyka, MM. Died January llith, lvii. Aged 37 Years. Krected by hU Wlte. MIsMsMpp! Ilnttery. conflagration and swept them across Water street Inte the settled district At five o'clock about thirty blocks had been burned ever, while twenty mere were supplying fresh fuel te the devouring element When the chief of the fire department first realized 'the extent of the danger he telegraphed te Saginaw, Flint and Detroit for assistance, Saginaw and Flint responded, each city sending an engine nnd quantities of hose. Nearly all of West Bay City's equipage came te the scene of disaster, and lent such assistance as lay in the power of the firemen. At 0 p. m. many rumors are afloat concerning people who have perished. Se far as is positively known only eno death has occurred, that of a woman whee name it is impossible te learn. She lay bick in one of the houses which were destroyed. Before assistance could her the rea'h dwelling a seething was mass of fire, and the peer creature had te be left te her fate. It is also reported that two children were burned te death, but the story lacks confirmation. Miller & Turner, en whose premises the fire started, lest about fl50,000, niQstly covered by insurance. The entire less will reach upwards of $1,000,000, but it is impossible' te learn the extent te which different parties ere insured. Washington, The UVnther. Mich. Ias of Life. Bay City, Mich., July 20, Fire breYe out at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon In the lumber manufacturing establishment of Miller & Turngr, situated en west side, Water street, at the feet of Twenty-nint- h street. A brisk southwest wind was blowing at the time, which fanned the flames into a rearing Thirty Mecks Destroyed at Bay fM .11 ii in a vek. :.'JUi4S$'. ,M .(, f: V r i V, MOTHER'S HEROIC DEEO. Tlmucli Drnth Starr Her In the Vace She thrilling scene was enacted in front of the Star hotel, In which Mrs. Mnry Iluhling performed nn act of bravery which saved her child from a horrible dcatli, although she may lese her own life. Mrs. Ruhlldg, with her two children, Kate, nged 3, and Edna, uged 3 months, beard at the Star house. The trains of the Ifcw Jersey Southern railroad pass this house. While sitting en the pla7.7a holding her infant daughter, Hdnn, In her arms, sshe was btartled by hearing screams, and looking up aaw her little daughter Katie en the railroad track In front of an approaching engine whieh was coming from the west Without hesitating and still holding her babe In her arms. Mrs. lluhllug rushed frantically te the rescue of her child. She paid no heed te the shouts of a dozen persons te keep her back. The engineer saw the danger of Mrs. Ruhling and at once reversed the engine. Mrs. Ruhling dragged little Katie from the traek when the locomotive was but n few yards away. Almest the next instant the brave mother was struck by the cowcatcher and thrown a considerable distance from the track The baby was knocked out of her arms and fell a few feet from where Mrs. Ruhling lay bleeding and unconscious. Physicians, after making nn examination of 3 Irs. Ruhling, found that she had received a severe gash In the head and a'disloeatcd hip and internal injuries. The baby was net seriously hurt Mrs. Ruhling regained consciousness an hour after the accident and asked if hex children had been killed. end. ..l ft"" , ' fc. A 1T,v FOSSIL FOOTPRINTS. A Iteinnrkable Pluli Itccrntly In New KiijjIihiJ. DlnoeTomd tier Child. Lone Branch, N. ,T July Iteaeup tr Presidential Campaign of i892M'! GRAND INDUCEMENTS' .Atjit n Oft, A $mc DAILY, KX0K1T SUNDAY, UY 'ISrd CO. Eilltet aiulMiinagir. THE PUBLIC LEDGER Themas A 1)avi, William JI. Cot. Vlrt-V- i itUUnt. J'rutiltnt William If. Wumwehtii, Jr., tfcrtary ivul Trimmer Thema A. DAVl &AHVKl.T.lltCKl ax, Aii't Editor ami Jloekkirir. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WIM.UU It. Cox, A. M. J. Cechkan, M. C. HrHFLL, W. It. WadhWeiith, Jr. TllOMAl A. DAVlH. OFFICE I, JM l TMrd .Strirt, X "''"'. -- ve. e Ea,i SVStCSIPUOXS-J- Tlirw Jleullm IVr Menth... DELIVERED AY CARRIER. Our Year ... Nl Months . AJU'AXCE. . . M 00 1 . . 50 73 IViil I'avnbte te cnrrler nt emt of meiuli. N vi :'. -- .- TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason-abl- e and made known en application at the office. Homestead mills, Mr. Oates could net say whether the contention of the men that the company was making n geed prices was i deal of money at the present true or net. He was satisfied however, that the allegation of the men that the company had purposely produced an overstock of si eel billets in order te the scale of wages of the workmen was untrue." Blatant demagogues have spread many lying reports of th. misery, poverty and degradation of the workmen at Homestead, and Democratic politicians have been quick te take tip these reports and glory in them as showing the calamity of a Protective Tariff. But the day has gene by when lies of this sort can befool the people. The country is net prepared te judge finally en the merits of the strikers' quarrel at Homestead. But that the wages they have been getting and the wages they are offered are such as would leave them in the helpless and poorly paid condition of laboring men in Europe and Great Britain is proved net te be true out of the mouths of the strikers and the Democrats themselves. re-du- p s IN HOC SIGXO YIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. Kl fc ' The hope of the jmrty IIik In the ,x;(iiifn Tlie Jitnth-llciof a utaltcitrt HepuM tea it iri remli or uthei irhe hill' tit hiii-2ete tlie exeluilim (i Demen title Is iinttue one of his eiat party m te tlie Jtejntbllntn emv. Uiumtineimly tul'trrltfil tn by the SittUeml JltpuMlean Leiique. 3. S. CLARKSON, President. A. B. HUMPHREY, Secretary jir. m rt vlrr ir;i ' rv - The Democratic Heuy sent n committee te Homestead with the hope of "making a showing of ilistre-- s ami poverty "Billion Dellar Congress." among tlie laborers Among the many Democratic papers iu Protected tries. Tliby hoped that have been "egging en" the anarch-ist- s Testimony. is The Xae Yerk World. Xew that te show that workmen in Protective its advice has borne fruit in the nssassi-natie- n of Mr. Frick, The Wet Id says industries get no But "Nobody but a wretch would appieve heuefit from a Protective Tariff. they will net show that. it." Well, hew about your " oppressed" What they found was workmen get- idol Burgess McLuckif, who, iu a speech ting from i- 40 a day the lowest rate, at Youngstown, 0., just after the occurand that only te a few, up te as high rence said, " I am net sorry he was shot?" Iiulus-Demecrat- ic The editor of The Kentucky Journal U a wiser man than Geerge Washington BLOODY WEDDING NIGHT. was. At least he says he is, and that llrlde Shet mill the .roeiu Muhlxsl Ily ought te settle it. Drunken (iucsts. Mahaxev Civ, Pa., July 2ft- .- Jehn Could it be that head striker O'Dev-neli- Lipski, a young Pelander, was married "secret mission" te Xew Yerk te Miss Mary Kolzevitoh Among the Felinskl and had anything te de with the presence in guesjs were Michael Jehn and Peter Kolievitch, brothof Manager Frick's assassin? ers of the bride. All drank free-JPittsburgh The murderous Russian came from New and seen a dispute arose between Yerk, and had been in Pittsburgh just two of the men as te which of the wedding gifts was the most valuable. two days. They came te blows and Lipski, who was just passing through the room with The Democrats in the Senate have his bride by his side, stepped forward been trying te make tlie people believe te part the men. The row became genthat there is toe little geld lit the eral, and knives and revolvers were $111,000,-(KOne of the shots struck the used. I'nited States Treasury-on- ly Senater Sherm vn lets the calamity bride iu her side and she fell te the hunters and shriekers knew that there fleer where she was trampled upon by The neighbors had is eer 2T0,000,000 in geld in tlie Treas- the fighters. summoned the by this time ury. who the surrounded police, house and arrested all who had net in The present Democratic Congress, the meautime lied. Mrs. Lipski and which marched into power under the her two brothers were found te be very banner of "Retrenchment and Reform," seriously wounded. Lipski was stabbed in many plaecs, none of his wounds and whose members hae been mouthing are considered Jmt serious. Many ethers a geed deal about the Republican "Bilwere cut, but were carried home by lion Dellar Congress;" this Democratic their friends before the eiliccrs came te of the parCongress, nt its first session, will the scene. Twenty-seve2tl.ll 1,002 1)4 mere than was ticipants were arrested, several of whom appropriated at the tlrst session of the bore ugly cuts. 5 y, An interesting account is givcu by' the Hartferd, (Conn.) Times of the discovery at a depth of eno hundred and thirty feet, In the freesteno quarries nt Portland, of eight new and sharply de TO HEADERS OF fined specimens of fossil footprints miule by tome huge creature of the earlier periods of the planet's history. It seems t,hnt Wesleyan university nt Mlddleten, Conn., will possess the slab en which this h)ige creature imprinted his tracks, millions of years age, when the substance was sand and oozy mud, since hardened Inte stone. Prof. WilThe Picsidcntial Campaign of 1802 will, without doubt, he the most futenseba liam North Rice of the Wesleyan has interesting nnd exciting in the histeiy of the United States, and ceuntiy people will purchased the slab for (it Is said) one hundred dollars. It is ten and eno be cxticmely anxious te have all the GENERAL nnd POLITICAL NEWS andi dis . . half feet long by two feet wide, and cussionsef the dm-nnrcscntcu in a JNntlennl leuina I. in audition te t lint sunnlieitj about an Inch thick, The most sharply defined tracks are these that were made by their own local paptr. by the creature's hind feet the ethers being lighter, Te meet this want we have entered into a centinct with the If he had but lightly touched the smooth surface with Ids fero feet If fore feet they could be called; for this giant creature, as much bird as crocodile, apparently hndn't any true fore feet. This particular The Leading Republican Paper of the United States ! futnlly, a kind of Iguanodon (named by a. Hitchcock Anichnus deweyanus), seems which enables us te eiler that splendid journal (tegular subscription prk:e $1 per J te be virtually unknown in the geology of their parts of the world, and te be yeni) and Tun I'miMc Lkikieu for one year ' . . limited, as te its fossil trucks, strictly te the Connecticut valley, whose sand FOIf ONLY $3 25 A YEAB, CASH ADVANCE. stones are se rich In ether fossil footprints. These huge and ugly creatures '.$ 00 IN. Y. Weekly Tribune," icgulai price per yenr of an age of the Mesozoic period, a time t i 3 00 Public Ledger," of strange nnimal formations, steed up en their hind legs, and. In movTotal $4 00 ing, had a long stride. They had ugly teeth In their bills or jaws, and must have been formidable fellows, S3 25:, anieven te the ugly and mals, flying, running, swimming, jumpSUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. ing, among whom they lived. As there were then no human beings en earth there was no great danger from such V creatures as iguanodeus and the hunZSTThis is most literal tonibinatien ejj'cr ever made in the United Statts, Ak2i dred ether strangely made and mon? strous forms of animal life abounding and cveri reader of The Public Leihser should take advantage of it at here in the Connecticut valley. The -ZST'Thc money must, in all tascs, actempany the et tiers. y river Itself at thut time was probably a bay, or nrm of the sea, up te Hartferd. Address all eiders te The weather was het and tlie air murky THE PUBLIC LEDGER, Ssi and steamy and doubtless filled with unpleasant noises in the battle of life. MAYSVILLE. KY varied These iguanodens or fi much in size some being thirty te fifty WE HAVE MADE SOME feet in size, ethers net larger than a house cat These newly found tracks are said te be these of u creature which was the first that lias been recognized by its fossil tracks as n quadruped. THE PUBLIC LEDGER s ... n-- s NEW TOEK WEEKLY TMBIME 5 IN thrice-arme- d We Furnish Beth Papers One Year for m ei. . -- ' bird-lls-ard- s, Biff Cuts iu Summer TO CLEAR THEM OUT. Goefei yWfe A BREAD EATEN IN RUSSIA. If us All 15 It Loeks I.llie Petrlfl.vl Turf unci Hani n (Ir.inltc. n A BLOODY RIOT as $ 1G per day. $2,500, There were men offered and een $5,000 $1,000, per annum, and working about 270 days in the year and yet they had learned te feel and believe, under the experience of a Protective Tariff, that they ought te have mere. Ne wonder Congressman Bynum, Democrat, of Indiana, and a member of the committee, inquired with some show of eagerness whether there was a chance for him te secure a position In the works. When Hugh O'Dennelx. the leader of the strikers, was en tlie stand, .Mr. Beat-neDemocrat, of Louisana, asked him: "Yeu are one of the skilled workmen, :i,t500 b, are ye,u net?" "Yes, sir." " About what were your wages?" " About $144 per month." Jehn McLcckie, a member of the Amalgamated Association and a Burgess of Homestead, complained te the committee that the McKinley law reduced the Tariff en steel billets, and that wages, therefore, began te go down with the price of steel billets after its passage, lie advanced the somewhat extraordinary opinion that the securing of the reduction of Tariff en steel billets was part of a conspiracy te reduce the wages of workingmen. lie also charged that the company "shortly converted the Duquesue works Inte a billet plant, increased the production, flooded the country 0 that prices may be reduced, and thus affect our wages. The Duquesue produces a large amount of billets." This would seem te account better for the reduction in the price of steel billets than the removal of the Tariff. Representative Oates of Alabama, the Democratic Chairman of the Democratic Committee of Investigation, was Interviewed after he returned from Homestead, and said: "That the workmen at Homestead were far nbeve the average in Intelligence and seemed te be fairly prosperous, living in geed, comfortable beuses. He saw none of the poverty common in great manufacturing centers. Many of the Men, particularly the skilled workmen, make geed wages', BMB0 of them as high as 275 per month. Otbers wad only $60 a month. The te laborers earned, from 1 10 a toy. , te Mr. Fjucx hd feeiti veiy deelised Ilttwit'ii Mi (litmliliTA uml u Number el Cltlens of Muscmituh, I1L. Masceutaii, 111., July 20. During a bloody riot at a Turner picnic at Queen's Lake, seven miles south of here in Clinten county, between six strangers, who ran a three shell game, and a number of villagers, Peter Miller, a hotel keeper, was cut up is in a frightful manner and it David can thought net live. Shelton, a nail mill worker of Belleville was shot four times uml had his finger mashed off. He is also in a very bad These who denounce General Snow-de- n condition. Jeseph Miller, of New Memfor the punishment of the anarch- phis, had one ear cut off and one eye istic soldier who gloried ever the sheet- knocked out Geerge Kraul and Herman ing of Frick, should bear in mind that Miller, of Queens Lake, were also badly-useup. A deen mere were mere or military law permits of no foolishness. The punishment may seem severe, but less injured, but none seriously besides lied te the these it was net as painful te the culprit as weeds. named. The gamblers the wounds indicted upeu Frick by the THE CHOLERA. Genassassin, nor was it as dangerous. eral Snowden has a IJvely appreciation Nearly 0,000 Urutlis In KuhkIii In I.e Than a of the responsibility resting upon him, Londen, July 20. The Times' St. and anarchists, whether they be in the Petersburg correspondent hays: ranks of the military or among the cholera returns for the period from strikers, will be taught a wholesome les- July 17 te July 21 give the number of eon. cases In Russia as 4,839 and the number of deaths a 2,500. There were lifteen en Satcases in Gazette reurday The Moscow ports four deaths from cholera In Ami There Are tttliem. that city, buteHlclal reports make no Netc Yerk Sun. Has the work of The mention of thera. The doctors of St, ljtersburg are daily expecting cholera .iVtif Yerk. World been wrought te Its supreeo fruition, or is there mere te cemu? te appear here. The perfect of police We said two weeks nge. when we fixed is dealing severely with opposition te regulations. Twe servants in upon this revolting newspaper the Indig- sanitary charge of a house have been sentenced nation and reproof of idl i it'll t and te one and two weeks' imprisonment thoughtful men, that if Mr. Frick was respectively, and te a year's banishnet murdered it would net be The World's ment from St Petersburg for keeping fault. Frem the meinlng of this trouble the house in a filthy condition. James Edgar, of Minneapolis, who was intrusted with the distribution of feed sent ever by this country te the peasants in the Velga district, some two months age, has returned te New Yerk after having satisfactorily discharged the important duty he had voluntarily assumed. "I visited all the principal cities in the stricken district," said Mr. Edgar, "and established agencies in c.wh place for the distribution of the feed. After appointing the agents I traveled through the smaller villages and saw for myself the suffering of these starving peasants. It is impossible for one who has net 6een them as they are te form any idea of their helpless, horrible condition. They were actually starving when the gift of the American people reached them. The only thing they could get te eat was black bread, and there was net even enough of that te go around." Mr. Edgar showed the reporter a piece of this substance which he had brought ever with him. It looked like petrified black turf. The crust was almost as hard ns granite, and could net be broken with the fingers. One of the ingredients of the compound, as Mr. Edgar explained it, was ground sawdust Adjoining Broken barley, eats, rye and resinous bark that liad first been reduced te a pulp were the ether Ingredients. "This Is the substance," said Mr. Edgar, "that these unfortunate people have lived en exclusively for months." famine-stricken our "JU cent Canten Crepes nudChnllis at e cents. cent Pongees and Bedford Cords nt 10 cents. U nnd 10 cent Challis tit 5 cents. Check Nainsoek at 5 cents. Plaid India Linen at Hi, worth 1'2J. b Fancy Parasols reduced teSU 50; s:i 50 reduced te S2 50; S2 50 reduced VJ TTTQT TJWnrwn Jlijl IULuM. JliJJ lining styles at all V te SI 75. Challis. Elegant season at 25 cents. 20 cents have been sold lteineiiiher all our black Hosiery for Oeutlenu'ii. Ladies and Children from 25 cents up is guaranteed last and cw Mm of all wool stanuess. BROWNING & CO., Ne. 51 WEST SECOND STREET. - Maysville Carriage Company,- v Manufacture!! and Dealers in ..MS SI Ai A PINE LINE OF CARRIAGE for tub WORK; Alse Aek.nts Deerine Harvesting Machinery. Opera-hous- e, MAYSVILLE, .IvY,.- - wj ' SEASONABLE,! And Housekeeping GOODS, ami STAPLE ffki Ofll-ci- ff elitital points. Ninji-Novgero- d ' wen . tl vtm'. fr iHHsinn te Mm e wB.e the frndtuiRf rtwl Mlkta at et fomented it. By every means iu its power, by the things it has printed and by the personal incitement of its agents In close association at Homestead with the strikers themselves, it has left nothing undone te precipitate murder and anarchy. The Homestead murders lie at its doer as surely as they de at the doers of The World' misguided victims. It has held Frick up before the men as a tyrant millionaire; it has painted him in the blackest characters, the unrelenting fee of labor, and as wc have said before, if any act of The World's could conduce te his assassination, that act has net been left undone. And The World has succeeded. Mr. Frick, a type of American courage, en terprisu and splendid abilities, sprung himself from the plain people, the kind of a man whom we Americans delight te honor and set up in our high places, is shot down by one of The World's apt scholars. Se much for The World's labors; se much for Its teachings of anarchy. Has the American workingman, the man of toil, the man who loves his country, hit liberty and hie kease, has he bad enough of thwe r anarehletle teaching, or Is Iht World' the wImIqH te Homestead net yet complete ? The Qod-fear-in- World has sedulously of Clerical the banner of the league by the bishop in the cathedral Monday, was the occasion of a. disturbance. After ceremony a body of socialists forced their way into a hall where a conference of their opponents was being held. The invaders fiercely atnumbers of tacked the whom were seriously Injured, and destroyed the blessed banner. Finally a force of police cleared the hall. The inhabitants of the district, terrified at the fighting, fled te their homes. Numerous arrests have been mode. Anti-Secianti-secialist- a, A Fltrht With Secial UU. BitusSEi.8, July 20. The blessing Pa., July 30. Hugh O'Donnell, the leader of the Homestead Btrikers who was charged with murder, was released Monday morning en 1 ball Hugh Ress, Martin Fay and Peter Allan, three ether defendants in the Homestead murder ceses, were also released en ball with Dennell. P1TT8HUK011, 10,-00- Out en lll. 0 Homestead, Pa., July 20. At the principal Catholic church, here, the priest, after divine uervlee, denounced the attempted assassination of Frick, and said that he was glad that Bergman was net a resident of Homestead. He advised arbttratlearather than force te nettle the strikers''tr&wbles. Hound PrWwtlyCeiiDtcl. FIGHT IN JAPAN. The Neble Art It Practiced und Tanclit In Thut Land. " as "The noble art of practiced in Japan, has just been lucidly explained by a Japanese gentleman In a lecture delivered in the hall of the Society of Arts. The science was first brought from China in the sixteenth century, and Is new taught in the numerous schools all ever the country. At Teklo, says the Galllgneni Messenger, where the chief Institution is situated, thousands of young men annually undergo a course of training, and all the policemen of the city arc compelled te show efficiency in the art before they are engaged. The science differs from In the Dritish system of that it seeks te obtain victory by ingenuity and cxpertness, coupled with a knowledge of certain anatomical facts, rather than by mere force. Seme practical experiments with the Interesting science were given by two Japanese gentlemen, who, despite the fact that they professed themselves mere novices, Illustrated in a very striking way tlie ingenuity of the Japanese method of overcoming an enemy. It was a most interesting evening, and If the Japan society gees en as well as it has commenced, it will make a name for Itself. A Grct Irrigation Scheme. Yuma's great canal Is the most gigantic Irrigation enterprise as yet taken in hand in Arizona. Te tunnel through a hill or mountain side se as te take the water of the- Colerado without damming the stream, which is the present plan and tliat recommended by the English Irrigation engineers, then te bring the water down en both sides of the river, with an aqueduct across the Gila, se as te Irrigate the tw-- million acres of rich land lying adjacent te Muma In Arizona, California, Senora and Lewer California; In fact te build this canal ninety miles In length, one hundred feet in width at the bottom and twelve feet deep is set the work of aa hour nor the task of a child, and yet tUs ta but the outline of this great week, all of wUek w ffeuff te be dove, tecs hi wee mat rawre. THEY self-defens- e, self-defen- CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, X - Goods Generally Always en Hand&j AMI FOR SALK HY 2-e- S &ex' uf CJ3 - i k, All Kinds of ., Machine Oil At Thes. J. Cheneweth's Drug Stere: TV McCLANAHAN & SHEA, -- Jfl DEALERS IN- - Alte-getli- er MANTELS, GRATES T5 i Tinware, Tin Roeh'ng, Guttering and Spouting. JORiWOKK OF ALL KINDS Kxccuted In the best manner. L. I - 0. RliATTKRMAN. OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. BLATTERMAN - JANl) ' V. K. POVKrJ & J POWER, e iSOLK AOENTfl FOR MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES, DKALF.U3 IN" MANTELS, STOVES, GItATES, ICE CREAM FREEZER$f OU tt, M u.umv a.il On WS&niw1 Krwuif fj k V Rcfrlgomteri, Wmhliw ; Mnehlnei, Wrlnirer mid Kitchen, Spwlaltlcf. Vf will net be umlerteld. All 9M Kuaranteeil ei rcpreM'Med. Tin Hoefing. OuttwlutaHj general Jeb Werk, JV ) M ttfh .V rrjww., K. .i... .. . vfi ' U A VOVTlT.W VV5 -g LftsV MM "' k, . ... ..f, ai m Eg&iMaijM$i0ftk , . ,P35 p WV f.f s v es i Twe New Under Arrest, mul Mere Wll ' Fellow. Ptrrsmnieii, July 20. Monday after'And Attempted Suicide Near noon Detective Shere nrrcsted Casper Knold, a workman at Tayler &, Dean's Nashville, Tenq. wlre mill, en a charge of being an accomplice of Bergman. It was known A Farmer Kills His Wife and Step- - that Bergman and Knold had been together previous te the attempted assasdaughter With an Ax. sination, and the police have been working hard te run him down. The ., C..I& I.k Wl.(. iivitu aiiiu into ma e rircfls- - arrest proved an important one. Much ? Aiirf-r. f The Muhlerer Gees te III Sen's about Bergman's previous movements Home, mid Thar Attempted te , , were learned through Knold. j, '. End III Life With a Dirk. In the mean time, Paul Eekert, an was also arrested. Several "v Nasuvillk, Tcnn., July 20. A double mete arrests nre expected within the hours. Eckcrt lives 'murder and attempt at suicide were next twenty-fou- r enacted at Burns, near this elty, Mon- at Ne. S Cherry alley, Allegheny, and sublets a portion of his house te Knold day merning: at 8 o'clock. ' Mnj. J. II. Wynn, a farmer, murdered and bis wife. Knold, who is iwlieved 'his wife and stepdaughter with an ax, te be fin anarchist also, Informed the mutilating them most horribly. lie police that Bergman came te him en afterward made an unsuccessful at- July 14 with a letter of Introduction from llerr Most Bergman hed no tempt at suicide with a dirlcjcnlfe. Wynn sdized an ax, and, rushing upon friends, se Knold says he Invited his wife, brought Its blade down with him te stay at his house. lie rcmuined 'terrific force upon her head, literally there until last Thursday, when he splitting It open. Fie struck anethci left, and Knold met hlin the next day blew, and the head of his victim, while en the street The two walked up Fifth avenue nnd Knold pointed out the CarInte three pieces. The murderer then negie offices. He claims he then purchased a ticket te Chicago for Bergman . turned upon his stepdaughter, Miss Andereon, a young lady still in her teens, and went with him te the depot net and attacked her with the same terrible leaving him until he had passed through weapon with which he had slain her the gates en his way te the train. He asscrtH that he has net seen him since. mother before her eyes. The peer girl threw up her right When asked for the letter senf. by tDOUBEE MURDER BERGMAN'S ACCOMPLICES. CONDENSED NEWS r. f ,. Ihua Utmer Daffy Circulation than any ether UtimliUtmi 2icne)Kiicrin America. tion are considerably worked up ever the discovery of zinc fields upon the SUM) AY. DAILY. Ouachita river near the oil wells. WEEKLY. The Londen Standard's Odessa correspondent says that twenty-fou- r cholera The A'Mietlic ttfpuhUcitn Journal of the A A'cnNijCTur(ic Marti. camps, with 110 beds each, have been constructed between Odessa and Kicff. Fred. Neel, n prisoner in the Ohie Fuvxnun eecemheii ut, iss7. penitentiary, tried te shuffle off by ripping open his abdomen. He will recover. Disappointment in love is the Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily. cause. (latlieseri from All Parts of the Country Ily Telegraph. Dcnlsen, Tax., and the Chicasaw na- THE PRESS (NKW YOHK) rm l '. iCi i AN ORDINANCE Te Iilccme l'edillhnr Bpectaelcs nnd In the City of 3Ia grille. Bt It erdalnal hv the Ileani of Ceuncllmcn of the city of Maiitvtllc, Thnt It shall be unlawful for any traveling or itlnernnt person toaeffer for sale spectnelcs or within the limits of the city of Mnysvllle without Iinvlngf first ebtnlncd n license as provided herein. Sec. 2. Kvery traveling or ltlncrntit person desfling te pcddle or sell spectiiclcp orfeye-Klattc- s in the city or Mnvsvllle shall, befero delnif se, obtain from the Mayer or Mi cftr a llceiipe sate de at t V per year te sell said articles, iftid no license shall be Issued f less thnti enu jour. Sec. a, Any person found guilty of violating section eno of this erdinanco shall be fined the sum of 150 for each offense. Bec. 4. This ordlnnnce shall be In force and take elfect from and nfter Its pnssnge. , Adopted Ir. Council May 6th. 1MB. ' ;S'iSiN Horsesheers In national convention at Tiik Pitt.Hsis thoergnnoi no f net Ien: pulls Cleveland, O., elected J. W. Otace, of no Hires: has no niifinusltli'S te atcngc. St Leuis, president William Kaue, of The Mnt Ilcmaikablr A'ciftNijicr Surer In A'cw I'm It. The I'i in U a Siatlenal Suite. Cincinnati, is one of the vice presidents elected. Clieup newf", vulvar sensations nnd trnsli A car containing seventeen German Unit no place In tlie columns at Tin: I'm is. the brlghet emigrants Is quarantined in the Chicago In The I'iikm tins sparkles with Editorial page New Yerk. It points. and Northwestern yards it Milwaukee, Tin: IMtt.ss Sunday edition Is n splendid twenty page paper, covering eery curient Wis., because one of them, a boy, has tenle or Inter est. small-pox- . Tnr. Iiik"h Weekly Edition contain nil the The president Monday sent te the trend things of the Dully nnd Sunday edition. Fer these who cannot nllerd the Dally or senate the following nominatiens: U. prevented by distance from early receivingare It, S. consuls, Fruncis B. Loemls, of Ohie, the Weekly Is n splendid substitute. at St Ktlenne; Seren Lteten, of Minnesota, at Dnsselderf. .l an Adceitblnu .Valium The Pre ha HitiKt ler In A'ctc 1'erK. At u golden wedding "hour Coshocton, O., a mischievous girl changed the clothes and beds of llve babies, which THE PRESS for a while created great consternation Within the teach e all. The lltrt ami CI ctKt among the mothers. tcuiKijicr in .imcnca. In reply te Editor McClure's chal- Dally and Sunday, one j ear, ... i' 00 lenge te a joint debate en the tariff Dully und Sunday, six months :'(ii 4' Gov. MeKinley writes that he Dully und Sunday, one month question, Dally only, one j eitr toe prefers te refer the matter te the repub- Dully only, tour mouths 1 00 Sunday, one year aw lican national committee. Weekly Press, one yenr 00 . Mrs. Ryder, wife of the United States Send for Tin: riti:"C(rciilui. consul at Copenhagen, has been arrests Humpies free. Ak'ents anted every w here. ed in connection with the charges of Address, embezzlement en which her husband THE PRESS. M Park Rew, New Yerk. was arrested a fc"w days age. During a storm the lightning struck the residence of William Gurge, at 0., nearly demolishing the house und Instantly killing Mrs. Gurge, A. who was lying en a sofa near an open . 1 M.UtTlN' A. WIMJAMH. COX, President. O'Hajik. Cltv Clerk. AN ORDINANCE Te l'reent Tamperini: With Muxes In .Street Mailing the City of Mujslllp. ice CREAM soda mnkes n mortal .fed ns though the gates of Paradise were opened wide. Henry Ort invites you te enjoy a similnr treat by viewing his summer -- line of EUMITURE hand in an instinctive attempt te ward ' off the blew. t The ax struck her wrist and severed her right hand from her arm. Wynn then dealt the girl some blows about the head and rushed from the house. IIe went te Colesburg, about two miles away, where one of his sons lives. He went into his son's house and told the son what he had done. Maj. Wynn then attempted te end his own life with a dirk. Before he could be stepped he had dealt himself a blew In the neck inflicting a wound about four inches deep. NOVEL BOYCOTT Proposed en llesert Which Kinpley I'ln" korten Walter. - sa- - 1 lr NewYeiik, July 20. A vigorous crusade against Pinkcrten men, the initiative in which has been taken by the members of the New Yerk waiter's V union, has just been started In this city. The waiters claim that the Pinkcrten men are employed at several near-bresorts, summer notably at Manhattan l.cech nnd Glen 'Island; that this is a clear violation of the law recently passed by the legislature of this state, and therefore it behooves all organized workingmen te insist upon a rigid enforcement of this law. According te X the waiters Pinkcrten men net only act as policemen at these summer resorts. . but also play the part of waiters and rift? thus deprive many union waiters of an 'honest livelihood. There is a Pinkcrten agency en Lexington avenue, the waiters say, and the chief business of the manager is te procure waiters for summer 'resorts. Applicants for these positions have te pay out their last penny for the privilege of getting the jobs and theii wages en Glen Island, for example, are only t2 a day If they work In a restau- , rant and 81.50 If they verk in a saloon. v As a remedy for this state of things un appeal te Gov. Flower te enforce the law and a consistent boycott of all summer resorts at which Pinkcrten men are employed are pro. y anti-Plnkertanti-Pinkcrt- anarchist AN Most Knold said he had destroyed It Paul Eckcrt, the second suspect, was net held, as there was nothing against nun, further than that Kneut rented from him. IJckert was taken te the jail and identified Bergman as the man who had been visiting Knold for the past two weeks. He was then allowed te depart hut will be called upon as a witness. Knold is still In the Central station and will probably be sent te jaik The fact that Bergman presented a letter from Herr Most substantiates the hitter's claim that he was acquainted with the prisoner, and reflects upon the veracity of Bergman, who asserted Friday night thnt he had never met the New Yerk, ANARCHISTIC PLOT Itellnvcd te Have Concecteil te Il--n lie It ertlatmd hu the Heard of Councilman of the cttu of Mauxulllc. Thnt It )nill in, unie wr,,i ler any person or iierrens te tamper with any et thestieet mulling boxes, or te take Or cel- iuei nny man mauer tnerelrem. It shall also be unlawful ler uny person or person wearing the cnrrlers' uniform, Including the car- riers, te tamper with or collect mnll from the bexts at ether than the usual and rcgulur col, lecting reunilri. Skc. -- . lie it fut titer ertlalneil. That uny poi son violating any et the prevision? or this ordlnnnce shall, upon conviction before the Majer, be punishable by n flne et net less than ten dollars nor mere than lltty dollars ler each e!iene, te be collected and accounted ler as ether lines. Slc. a. lie it further ertlrtnul. That this ordinance shall be In lull lerceand effect from nnd after Its passage, Adopted in Council Maj eth.lfsy. WILLIAM II. COX, President. M utTiv O'H un:. City Clerk. Allen Edmonds, ."Mr.l.rlck. were implicated, and telegrams have been sent te have them urrMted. Until they are in custody the names will net he. made public. Inspector MeKel-vesaid they might be able te show that Herr Most was Interested In the affair. A number of arrests will probably be made here. II. Bauer, who has been the distributor of Anarchistic literature in his section since the death of Herr Frleke, has disappeared. The police are looking for him, and if he can be found he will be arrstcil. y PirrsnUHOH, Pa., July 20. The police authorities are convinced that the attempted ussasslnatien of II. C Friek was'an anarchistic plot that muy be as great In scope as that for which Spies and his companions were hanged. They have the names of a number of persons in New Yerk, Leng Branch, Hobekcn und ether places whom they think te 102 degree in the shade, 110 te 115 degrees in the sun. At Milan, Tenn., the thermometer u reached the highest point yet this Monday, registering 0!) degrees. Six eases of sunstroke are reported from the rural districts, nnd many cattle are dying from the excessive heat The republican campaign committee conhas appointed a sisting of Seunter Higglns, of Delaware, and Representatives Caldwell, Herman, Houk and Cheatham, any two of the committee te constitute a quorum te de business. The Third district democratic congressional convention met in Charleston, W. Va., and neminuted Judge D. Aldcrsqn. of Nicholas county, the present incumbent, for congress by acclamation. Jehn A. Preston was nominate! for district presidential elector. sea-see, window. Monday was undoubtedly the hottest day of the season in the vicinity of Mansfield, 0. Thermometers during the heat of the day registered from 08 ifllli MUG A Firt-cla- s AN ORDINANCE at his expense, nnd te become possessei of the latest novel- Te Pi event Traveling or Itinerant Doctors from Practicing Medicine In the ties in fashionable furniture. Cltyef MaystiUe. He Millets by tlie cut in prices, hut he is ever, ladies, your Ucln ordained hu the Heard of Ceuncilmcn of the cttu of Maunvilu, That It shall be unlawful most obedient, ler nny ttuvelinger itinerant doctor te prac-tle- e medicine In any of its branches within the limits et this city. Te open un efllce for such put pose, or announce te the nubile in HENRY 0KT, MAYSVILLE. any ether ayan Intention te practice medicine, shall be nnetreni wlthih the meaning of this ordinance. Provided that nothing In this Ne. 11 Knst Second Mreet. ordinance shall be construed us prohibiting any reputable phjslclnn or surgeon irem any ether place being culled here, either te visit a patient, or in consultation with urn reputable phvslcinu of this city. Sf.c 2. Any person convicted of the violation et previsions of section one of this erdl nance shall be fined the sum et lltty dollars ler each day se engaged in the practlee et medicine. Stc, .1. This erdinanco shall be in effect trem and alter Its passage. STORE ftp :3it:c:3, ORDERS SOLICITED FOR ANYTHING THAT CAN PRINTED BE THE MARKETS. Winter patent, it iS&t 50; Cfct 00, family, S! extra, riiiann, low gnde, JI.Uil0, spring patent, U 30at i53: uprins fancy, 53 754 10: ipring family, etava 3 C5. Kye Heur, 4 10ai.ii Wiibat Ne. 2 red at ?K2.S)ie; Ne. 3 red, 7371c iwcerdln? te quality. Cehn Kjr was scarce and nrra at 53351c for prime te choice samples, the inside rate belnj bid for early arrivals. Ne. 2 while unfiled held at 553&.V,o,uudNe 2 mixed at MViM& Oats Ne. ' mixed, truck, 3tc: Na 2 while, track, 304c. Hvb Old Ne. 2 worth about 7273c, and none offered. New Ne. 2 held at flOc, with buyers at fl."e. Te arrive, 624e was bid. cattle Shippers: Goed te choice, 11253 i.'b; common te fair, t&ee&t 00. Oxen; Goed te choice, B.2533.75; common te fair, ll.7JS3.00t Buleet butcher, 13.7534 00, fair te geed. 13.25 3 75: common, U.7V&2.50. Heifers: Goed te UPhoee heavy, 3.KiHt.', fair te geed light, W.UJ FLeru ClNCINNAI I, Juty A Wtntt Vlrglnlt Ti needy. t00; il fancy, .175 WITH TYPE. BnuaiitK, O., July 21. A terrible double tragedy was enacted near Ben- weed, W. Va. Michael Boylen nnd his son Jehn, it is said, insulted the wife of Samuel Winesburg, which the latter resisted. The men came te blows, whereupon Jehn Boyleu posed. drew a revolver and killed Winesburg, Leit In the Cuve of the Wind. body. Niagara Falls, July 20. Marcus M. three bullets entering his breast Mrs. Winesburg was shot in the near Masen, the cashier of the Investment the heart and died Monday morning. , Trusfc-Ce.of Bosten, lest his life here. Beth of the Bo3'lens were arretted and Accompanied by Jehn B. Barlew, a jailed. guide, and J. B. Heed, of New Castle, O'Demiell liele.tiKt. Pa., he started te make the tour of the Homestead, Pa., July 20. All the Cave of the Winds. There is a series of slippery steps just at the en- strikers were jubilant Monday when trance of the cave, where visitors pass they learned that Hugh O'Donnell, who Here, Instead of pro- has been In jail for .several days churged . under the falls. ceeding carefully, Mr. Masen jumped with murder and conspiracy in the killone or two steps, slipped, and in a mo- ing of the Pinkertons, hail been te bail in the sum of eiO.OOO, the ment was hurled into the descending volume of water. The guide dashed court ruling that under tlie evidence into the water, but Mr. Masen had dis- presented by the prosecutor, O'Donnell's appeared The guide and Mr. Reed share In the trouble could net be asI'M were se prostrated that they had te be sumed as rising above the grade of assisted te the upper bank, where two second degree murder. friends of Mr. Masen were In waiting. Trvitnu'iit of J'rlv.ite I mm IlennuiietHl. Three guides were sent below, but SIr.ADViu.E, Pa. July 2k At a meetI.- - search failed te reveal any trace of the ing of the citizens Monday night a resobody. lution was unanimously passed de neunclng the treatment of Private A Yeung Iowa fiend. ' Duuuque, la., July 20. Gee. Mulhel-land- , lams by the court martial at Heme aged 14 years, was arrested Sun- - stead. The resolution says that It was day en the charge of manslaughter. Six an outraged against humanity, a disgrace te the state, an. insult te the naweeks age a boy named Frank was drowned in the river. tional guard, and calls upon the govThere were three boys prcsept One ernor te severely punish tlie etlicers con- rrof them Gussie Rudelph, saVsThat Mut nected with the affair. helland pushed Mulqueeney off the raft King Ordered llcfure Judge Jitckteii. into the deep water, and when the Memphis Tenn., July 20. Sheriff rose and clung te the raft Mulhel-lanN Monday received an order from shoved him back. After the deed of the United States Mulhelland offered Rudelph five dollars Judge Jacksen, circuit court, commanding him te proH te say nothing about it duce the body of Cel. II. Clay King, Mr. Prick Much Uetter. under sentence of death, before him at iTTSBUiiau, Pa,. July 20. Mr. Prick Nashville next Thursday at 10 a. in., ptasid a comfortable night and was rest the time set for hearing the habeas coring puly Monday morning. Secretary pus proceeding In arrest of execution. LovfeJeWd: "Up till 3 o'clock Mr. Killed by Her IIiulMed. Frick dlCwell and at that hour he was in s 20. Chicago, July Wilhelmina Bleeping, xie awoke refreshed about 8 o'clock an" )llng .much botter. The Schultz, of Milwaukee avenite, died at physicians feat direct danger from the county hespltnl Monday morning of the wounds thcnye& 0f ceurs(J ther0 wounds en the head, said te have been ere corapllcatiensh,ch fellow. Indicted by her husband, who is under , We hope for the bes.. thfa and afe arrest for the crime. Justice Severson held the prisoner without bail, pending sure he will recover." the result of the coroner's Inquiry. Yeung Cvendlh 7TJefc July v the raest Londen, A Farmer's Heavy Let. , MA881M.ON, 0., July flO. Tlie barn en nuvautu season 'marriage tuuuuujr .ji" r iBU, the farm of Councilman Tliemas was tne n ... i..i.m luiinnin i. ..-.- two miles from the city, was Victer disi. nephew of the dune ei LWVensnrN-"struck by lightning, and burned, with M.v-inir tne eiaesisouei uaru, nil its eeuteuts, which included the enw . . . . i uyeiju c.ralvlner ureincr, iuiu r..Ai.,. tire season's crop, only the horses and Mary, eldest daughter of the nurqu, stock being saved. Less, M.000; insurance, 11,400. ei Lansuuww). hla bride In 18.0. horn In 1603 and rAX sixteen-year-old " -Mul-queene- y AN ORDINANCE Let jim: the Taxes In the City of Jiajullle for the VearlU'J'. lit a ordained hi the Ileani of C eiiwilmen of e the Cii; c That a tax et .'J cents mi each one hundred dollars' worth of taxable prepei ty in the city et MiijmMe. except- & ng Mxth nurd, be, and thu same is hereby. e Iyl for the pnrposuef taking upemstand-ln- g Indebtedness, and the Collectei surer is autherised te collect the and Treasame and account ter it according te law. lie (I further ordained, That u tax ei !K cents pn each eno hundred dollars' weitb . I taxaFarmer. ble preporty in the city el Majsvllk- - be, and Miller- -. the tame Is hereby, levied ler gencinl purposes, the Collector collect and Consumer.- - of Oil. thesnine and ncceuntami Treasuier tu te law. ler It according He It further villained. That a ta et 10 cents I have n large supply of Oil for pn each one hundred dollars' worth el taxable property in the city et MnysWlle be. and the same; Is hereby, IcMed lorscheolpunwscs, REAPERS. te be collected and accounted ler according te MOWERS. law by the Collector nnd Treasurer. further eitlalncd, That a poll tax" of THRESHERS, i . en u.icn mine inhabitant et the city or Y III, Ctlll.l re. no ... n..... v nfje 00, .". All at Lewest I'i le?. MILLS, &c. iiiHi uiu Miiue is inviiij-uii- levied lereithe e ar nercnv, oe collected and accounted ie hv the ai)(l TrOIISllri'P. unit nr.h,i ar. ml. Ing te law. Adopted In CeuncllJuneSd, IMC. DRUGGIST. Maysville Ky. WILLIAM H. COX. Pjc'Jent. M uitin A. O'Uaiik. City Clerk. Maii-vlll- Line of Evevytliimr Usually Found in a Drucr Stere. Adopted In Council Mm- - Gth. lfe'.y. WIXLIAM H. COX. President. M tUTi.v A. O'IIaue. City Cleric. POWER REYNOLDS. NOTICE! J. JAMES WOOD, LOIIl-CIO- r !,f .,'ft u lr ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION -- tnOI'TKI) 11V THE PUBLIC LEDGE .: OK MtVSVIT.I,K, KV. CO. m fir M.C.Riissell&Sen will be leuiitl en tlie 1 geed packing, f5 6025.90; M.0O35 50; light, e5.BOffl5 80; Hoes Select butcher, fair te common and rough, pigs, $5.00(55.50; fat (5.9OS&00; common and thln,'M 2!VSt4.75. SnEEP and Uamus Yearling and wethers, H.7Jft5.'J5; Ixistewes, H 004 75; common te fair mixed, tau033.T5;teck ewes, f3.50Qt4.25; extra, 14 50; culls, 50c te R.00 per head. Lambs-B- est shippers, fu,256.50; extra, t&C5a6.75; fair te geed, wi.7A2A'JS; coarse and heavy, H.50&5.75; butchers', HC02A2i; culls, $3.032175. Nbw Yeiik, July 26. Wheat September, 844C85e; December, i Esplanade Hye Quiet ami steady; westcrn, 7578e. - laV-te- r d Oats Na 2, dull, firmer; jvestern, 302400; August, 353ii, September, 35(35a PiTTSiiuuuH, July 2a Cattle Market fair for .prime stock, but common grades, of which supply largely consisted, were dull and lower. There was a very oeod for exporter and shippers, which sold at4Ha5e; with one bunch of extra sold te a city butcher at fc?e; grass cattle sold at 3J4c; bulls and dry cows, I'JJSe; vgl calves dull and lower, 5Vt5Jie, fresh cows were in small sup ply and hrmcr; 20&45. StlBEl1 Market fair for better grades, but lambs, m dull for common; sold iU3!4&5 5c, for the kind en Wile; prlme would havu brought Hoes Market strong and higher for corn-fePhiladelphia hags, $4.1036.20, Yorkers, grassers, I5.a505.8a Conn tember, Na'i tirm, M'ifita Jie, up; Ne 2, Site; Sep- i (luriiifr tlie biiililing-e- f their new house. Call mul See Than. J n Small, the Tailor CAN UK ttuat; 2& POUND AT HIS T.RK.MITH.TlFflTTffri Painless Extraction of Teeth. July, 660. August. Septem ber, BVinBHe; uctener, sivie usKt-e-. Firm; mixed, spot and July, 55HO Coun K.,v;JK.,yc: Wheat. Easy; IlAtTlMOHE, Ne 2 red spot, Wfiate; 82K82c; July EMPORIUM of FASHION Se. 1 10 Qipinlli-OiitrH- l Market Street, Hotels k white, S!Via33Hc; Na 3 whlte. 32H032jje; Na rye, 6flc; Na 2 barley, 5c; Na 4 f. e. b , 53 02. 45c. Ne. 1 flaxseed, 2 1 Oat Steady: Na 2 white wastern, SSvtcj Na 2 mixed de, 35c. BRICK MASONS Chicago, July 28. FteUH and Chain. Cash quotatiens: flour Eitlmatei made dull and unchanged. Na 3 spring v. heat, 783(e; 3 spring whet, 74e, Na 2 red rtSVUTda: Leck Kox 4.17, Na Na S corn, AOc; Na 2 eats, 3HtSle; Na i Gee. M. dinger & Sen, ! Aut. I. He It known that William 11. Cox, Sam".enias A. Davis, W. II. Wadsworth. uel r. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M Jr.. l. C. Geerire L, Cox and Allen A. Edmonds, have this day associated tbemsplws together and become incorporated under and ey virtue et Chapter ftlef the (ieueral Snmites or the Mate et Kentucky as The Public Ledirer y nnd by that name shall sue and be sued, contract and be centracU'd with, nndshallhave perpetual succession and a common eal, with power te alter same at pleasure. Aut. -- . The capital stock el said Corporation shall be fe.OiW, divided Inte chart's of 10 each, and the same shall be tnirxtera-bi- e Before buying a Gas by written asslKnment en the coitltleate, and when trunsterrcd the certificate ter same Steve, see the shall be surrendered te the Ceirpanj and canlieu theieef. It cooks with a current of het air. Te celed, and new ones issued in is organized Aut. a. This Corporation for be had of thepuroseef publishing a new simper In the city of Majsvllle. nnd distributing the same . JD. Hi East ee.nnl St. throusheut the state of Kentucky, and ler the carrlnir en et a general newspaper business In Mild city and state. AitT. 4. The principal place or business of WHITE, JUDD & CO. said CoriKiratlen shall be at Mntsville. Ky. The capital stec of said Corpenitlon may be -- Alt' Ktlll in tli- fIncieased at a meeting or the stockholders (these holding a majority of the stock assent-Inj- r thereto) te any sum net exceeding This Coreiatlon may organize when ;un shares et its stock Is subset Ibed. Stock may be paid ter In money or equivalent at an At Ke.42 W. Second Street. agreed contract price, and any stock net subW.H.WAD1.WOHTII, Ml. W . II. WADSWOUTII, Jit. scribed ler may be sold from time te time, as the Directors may direct nnd authorize, nnd the certificates of stock shall be signed by WAPSWOHTH & SON. the President and Secretary, and the corporate seal shall be alhxed te satoie. ATIUH.SEYS Aut. .1. The Corporation shall be managed by a Directory et llve iiersens who shall be MAYSV1LLS, KY. elected annually at the Company's efliee in Mhj grille, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March of Tlienenerul prHClloet Law. each chi. it, for any reason, there should net be an election held at the tlrae fixed, the Directors In oftlce shall continue as such until their successors are elected and qualified. rtiu, ii. j no Directors Btian cnoeso trem The latct Lecal Anatthetleer the their number a President and and from said number or the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer, or, ir they see fit, they may combine these two officers Inte one. Fer keepliur jour teeth and Kums In enler They shall elect an Editor, and may elect an assistant te the Editor, both or whose duties use Siipenlu. best teeth wash known te the and tenure et ottlce they may flx and pre- wirlit. Oftice. Second street. or the Company, which byscribe by s Hus-selCem-pan- ECLIPSE UJjJJUAlU, M ' FURNITURE BUSINESS 10.-(- .irL.ir, S;' t, , AND CONTRACTORS en all classes of Werk, Netice of Iiicorjieratioii of Mays ille Sanitarium Company. 1. r. Dr. J. PlIILADELPIlIA, 20.--O- w". Volk-mer- e, -- v i.--,e ..,....--w.-w- - J 1 ' a4 '.: m In the fog en Nantucket Sheals. anchor V K Vanderbllt'a yacht Alva was run F. Dlweck and into toy the tteamer II. Alva, ineludlajr tee All WHk. w K. VaHderWlt and party, were aaved taken eWlewl the Dfrneek. on-bear- v.rfarMlt' Marrow Kcpa. mw Hvanhib, Maw., July A MruguK' With a Convict. O., desperate Teledo, a, July 94, prlsetwcen a guard nnd an unruly Wheat Active und firm; Ne. 3 cash. SOtfc-Mendapccurreu al me penitentiary July, tutf c; August, 80e; September, K)Hc oeunty.'Uwurd J. W, Llles, of Erk Conn Dull and nrm; Na 3 cash July, Me; losing hlWa narrow escape from Na a, Met Nu 4, Me. 38e. 4 the hands of Al. C Oat Quiet; gmb, Myers, cash. Me. r wnekugureu in tne Clevmweeu-Du- II case. and nrm; prhae flgRjsini'H, A i July 20. Wn bat Options opened weak, closed He lower; cash Na S red declined le and higher grades IKc under Increased pressure te sell, und light demand; mixed In elevator, KJe. Na 2 red In de und afloat, 83e; Na 3 red July, 83.J TAInl K3Sc CetiN Opened strong, closed firm; fair Inquiry for expert, but Indifference of sellers cheeked business; ungraded mixed en track, 57e; Na 2 mixed and high mixed en track, 58cj Na 2 ellew In grain depot, 01 e; Na 2 mixed July, AiVfe5lHe. Oats Cur leu steadier: options Arm, but little doing; Ne. 8 white, 37a; de de en truck Jewel (1m STic; Ne. x white, U$J39Ke; Na 2 white July July 26. PHYSlClANfAND SURGEON Netice Is liciebvplven that JelmT. Klem-lutII. N. Smith, Ernle White, D. llechliurer. Cleon V. Owens, J. A. Heed, Themas It. Phlster, W. V. Hall and M. J. McCarthy have termed h corHiriitlen named Maysvllleltaiiltailum Company, in aeeoixlance Siirnfeii (IihmI Samaritan Hospital, with the previsions of Chapter SO, (Icneral Statutes. lew Huitrlnli'nili'iil l.HK '.'. The principal placenf business Is Mays-vlllIllRHlll' A8llllll, Masen county, Kentucky, MAYSVILLE. KY. J.C. Peeer.T. H. SAMUEL, ;i. r.t FIT2&ERAID, Gus anil Stciun 41 Writ Srenml Street, XAYNV1LLK, Stevri. OMra nd Klileurvi ktrrrt, one doer IIV of Markfl. riuniber, Fitter! theat Ti-- HYB-D- ulli . i . U tT,W; OoteberW. until their successors ate elected and qual tied. The Directors shall Irem their uurabet a President and and MONUMENTAL, STATUARY elect their number or the stockholders, a See from retary and Treasurer. ANU.CKNKTKKY WORK, 7. The hlirbett amount of Indebtedness or it 11 finite ami Mat lit, liability te which the corporation Is te tub. Ject Itselt Is two thousand dollars. M. 8. The private property ef th stockholders U W. HTRKKT, debt. KAYHVItLK, KY. Is te be exempt f row ttie JOHN- - tT FLMlfO.Tres4nt. t FrMtonaHulldlnKWerklHltlewalkslAe., AttMtt The. k. pHirriw, iM. m4 Jriis. Mtlfetry trler, tablish and maintain an Institute at Maysvllle ler the euro of the llijuer, tobacco nnd morphine habits. 4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars, divided Inte slum of ten delUrH each, te tie paid ter In money or ether property as may be agreed upon, te tin paid in en cnllet Directors. , R. ThncoriMimtlen and bevlns MayHth.lWi-.'Is tocentliuit ter twutiUMIve jear. n. The business et the company shall be manaved by u Heard of flve Ulrectnrs, who shall be elected annually by the stockholders KY. mul who shall held erncu for eno jear and The business of the corpenitlon Is te es- majority et the Directors may adept for the management or the Cempnny's-affalrs- . 7. The Company shall net incur an Aiit. Indebtedness exceeding. In the aggregate, at anyone time, a sum equal te f or the capital stock paid In. Aut. 8. The prlvate property of the stockholders of this Company shall be exempt from all debts or liabilities el the Corporation. Aut. . The Corporation shall begin when It shall have organized, as provided for herein, and shall continue as long as may be necessary, according te law. , in witness wnereer, tne said incorperaterf have hereunto set thelr hands this 10th day eX law s n one-hal- . March, 1MB. A. St. J. CecuitAN, William H. Cox, TueMta A. Davih, si. C. Husbkix, W. II. Wapswehtii, Jr., Oke. L. Cor, S T, HlCKXW, AI.I.KN A. KUMONDS. 8TATK R. GILM0RE, Hm-ON- The Public Ledger Ce. was, en March 10, MM. preuueeu in me in sam county, ami aekuewt- edged by said Themas A. Davis, Willi Cnx. W.ll. Wadsworth. Jr.,8.T. ttlekHMttJf. O. Hussell. Geerge L. Cox and Alten A. lfi meudscach te Imj their act and i U March 14, 1M, the same was agslnrwrediss te me and acknowledged by A. H. J. Cuwumi' te no bis aet and deed, and ledced for rsiwiV wnereupen iae same. witn nrih peen uuir rtsariwa M nut , that the fnreunlng Artlcleuf Incernnratlna Masen County. I, T. SI. Pcaree, Clerk of the County Court " for the county and state atercsald, de eerlfy OF KENTUCKY, f" I e, at dd, k4 iettar neie, umltirmvluudktiUUBtiUvari Slven Y17HAB dficFa IS. ' t ! WHlPfJft J! iMMiitdMit'., PlriW? .M v . 'f v t f Hi . - i Ai Tf u .I- t "VT (. c t 1 'f rfW f J" r; .j fV.i .V. TY BXXJEOTOXY. Or. Ce) VMMMMaMMMiHiHjIIHUK rll.tZi " HKl'ORTOK THE CONDITION -- or- gg The State National Bank at Maysvllle, close or business, July 12tu, ItESOUIICES. KW,'JU8 a i , a , U3 XJKJ V. te these columns! The following ities: The Editor or The Ledeeu Is net responsiCanada has obtained eno of the ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond- choicest locations for her exhibits nt the ents! but nothing reflecting upon the charac World's Pair. It measures about 10,000 ter or habits of any person will be admitted square feet. OUH AC1KNTS. J IfelAT . MAILl j - In the statu or Kentucky, nt the lbi. a jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjbi - The Venue Ledeeu ft authorized Agents for their respective lecalMnranburu Matthew Hetlinan. Jfttoirt-Ilnb- ert II. Cord. Jfbtm'rt Frank W. llawes,. Sard's H. O. Orltjsby. Oranuchuru C. It. Hess. SvrtnaiUileG. C. Degman. Maytllck Charles Wheeler. Vnnretitiiv Mrs. Jeunle Stewart. Jilt. Ginnrt Kellr & Foxworthy. AUQiista Leander Tully. eph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treublo of by paying their subscriptions te the Agent nt their place. it re Treasury Department the past six days amounted te The number destroyed for the same time aggregated 07.S2a. The First 1'rartlral Straiubeat. The National bank notes issued by the In , Specie liCgaMonrier notes...., Redemption ruud with U. S. Treas- WOS IS Overdrafts, secured and unsecured i;. 5. neuus te secure circulation, . M),W0 (O 25,321 It Stocks, securities, eta Due from approved reserve agents. SUU HI 3.S14 Kl Due from ether National Hanks. . ,m vi Due from State Hanks and bankers. Hanktug-heusc- , turulture, and fix2I.W5 IKI tures I.tUU N) Current expenses and taxes paid. . 2,4111 88 Checks ntul ether cash Items . .. l.l'S HO Hills of ether banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, 130 23 and cents -- Leans and discounts 78 Jewelry BALLENGBB Diamonds Silverware A M.fr , fT CltyClerk,.. MavOr cirr ..... errtcens, E. . m Jr'jV . Wharf muster ..... City Prosecutor i;ity I'uysiciau City Undertaker v Keeper Almshouse. Mcttt Collector dud Treasurer. , Marshal ... , Assessor Weed nnd Cefll Inspector , . ....jitines'HeniQ A.N. Huff ...William Davis t CM. Phlsteri . . . J. N. Kehne . Dr. C.O.Owens V. .a. Means ,."! beh f"L St a... -j .Martin A. O'ltnrn'V .It. A. CechraM, Jr .,V " c.l. -- k?IUUll 4.. OUll Vjft CITV COUNCIB. JJ.j5 In 21.HVJ 2S IX) YZfTM iZfZi Z2fZ 4&2&23&32&2i: ,SSvSVSMSVS; 32Z&2& - kk ,WU CO JVed-Jes- letter-writin- g KWCnrranxmdeiitu tcill ptewr semi Lttttrn a tereach u net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give fact in a few tennis a jxwIMe. Il" mint new in tht deixirtment, ami net adecrtttlng notices or jwUMcal argument. mill). Hareld Cellins of Maysville is visiting relatives here. The infant child of D. K. Swart is net expected te live. J. D. Wyatt nntl Ed. Ewlng of Ewiiig Station were here last week. A picnic and a fight were the pleasures indulged lu at Oakwoods Schoelhousc last Saturday. Results net learned. The prospects for a tobacco crop in this 8Cctlen are quite unfavorable. A number of acres have been given up te the weeds. Being requested, I hand the following te The Ledger for answer: llew should you address, in writing, a widow and a married lady of the same name, te make the distinction? Anstcer. We will take the wife of Jehn Jenes for example. If the husband is living, she should be addressed as Mrs. Jehn Jenes; if he be dead, she should be addressed as Mrs. Mary Jenes, or by her christian name. Ed. Ledeeu. 1 Si I. - J '' , i: An Indianian has invented an electric tricycle. built in Enirlaud. Her dimensions were: Length 130 feet; depth 7 feet; breadth 18 feet. Her trial trip was made August 7th, 1807, from New Yerk te Albany, these en beard being Pulton's friends, the mechanics and six passengers. When the steamer left thtf New Yerk decks it was amid the Jeers of the ignorant and the coarse jokes and ridicule of On her way up the the incredulous. Hudsen she excited the astenlshmeut of the inhabitants, man of whom had never heard of an engine, much less a steamboat. Seme educated excursionists who were camped en the river bank and saw her pass in the night, described her in their letters te friends as "a monster moving ou the waters, defying the winds and the tide, breathing sulphureus vapors and snorting tlatucs and smoke." August 7th, 1807, the day she left New Yerk, was a Monday, and she steamed off from the deck at exactly 1 o'clock in the afternoon, arriviug at Chancellor Livingston's, above Poughkeepsie, at 1 o'clock en Tuesday, making exactly 110 hours. Prem here miles in twenty-fou- r the trip te Albany was continued, Fulton writing that exultant and prophetic letter from the last named place, in which he said: "That beats can be propelled by steam has been fully proven, and it is my belief that the ocean will yet be crossed Pour years by steam propelled vessels. after Pulton's death, which occurred iu 1815, the Savannnh plowed the billows of the ocean and made a cafe transatlantic passage. Rebert Pulton of New Yeik launched Capital stock paid lu . the first successful steam propelled beat surplus luuu .. . Undivided preflts in America, or in the wet Id, the Clerment. National Hank notes outstanding .. The beat proper was built by Charles Individual deposits subject te check Brown in New Yerk; the engine was Demand certificates of deposit... . Due National Hanks Iii 1807. says The St. Iui urer (5 per cent, et circulation). 2,2.0 .JSlS.drTa'.i Total LIAIIILITIES. Jltpublie, 20u,000 00 1U0.U0O 01) 7,427 M 4 ).000 1X1 415,0711 l.fiOO 01) at 4,twi m te ether 4,700 00 Due te State Hanks and bankers. . tH.OOOOO , . Notes and bills redlseeuutcd. ..S12,IS'.7 3,J Total Statu or Kkntuckv, ( ' f Masen County. I, Charles II. l'earce. Cashier et the above-namebank, de solemnly swear thatthoabeve statement Is true te the best et my knowledge and belle!. CHAItLF.3 II. l'KAHCt:, Cashier. Subscribed and sweiu te before me this l'.'tli dayet July, l!Mi2. Notary I'ubllc. C. Ii. Sam-ek- . Cerreet Attest: lloitATie Kick mn, ) Directors. Wii.mam H. Cox, Saml'ki, M. Ham,, ) d One-thir- JTBEE ApVEnTISINQ. 7" 1 O UfltW ijUil Tf,,,-,",- ,! AdvcitlrcmcnUuniltr the heulinu :irrtMtel."',SHtjatfiin UVmtcd," " ZiOiif," " Found," tic, m nccepfd-nndirc, nnd net te exceed three Itncn, en tht !(K, arc FfCfc' te all. CA'e limine Adccrtlfcmcntn tmcrtal without ntiiucj-ji(i(- l te come thcjlrst time, wc Invite a ii(t(ii repetition a an necctmrv te tecure uhat ieu ailicrttscfer. We i the adverttxer te feel that they arc net lmmlna en u hunting our free column. Ailvcittrcmcnt am lie Itft at our eficc or rent through the mall te f "Help lij. Choice of rue runuc lkdgkr cumi'axy, STRAW HATS With Purchase. Ke. WU.Thlnl Street. U ft & 8if iy- -. ft ; te knew that Miss Hettle Mill has removed her Dressmaking es('Oil SIIEIttt'F. tablishment te the rooms lermerly occupied In a speech at Buffalo candidate Steby Dr. Franklin. Ladles will piease call. We are authorized te announce J. C. venson praised Hill but did net mention as the Democratic candidate for Cleveland's name. A girl te de general housework. Sheriff of Masen county ut the election te be Yi-7ANTED bring references. Must held Tuesday. November bth, 1M2. DH. S. I'ANOnUllN. The headquarters chosen by the He publican National Committee are at Ne. 7ANTED Te rent a house In the Third 518 Fifth avenue, New Yerk. Ward containing three or four rooms. Apply at this eillce. " 7" ANTED The Baltimore and Ohie Railroad ComThree thousand subscribers te THE PU11LIC LKiinr.ii. pany will expend 175,000 upon its exhibit at the World s Columbian Exposition. MA SOX CIRCUIT COURT. FOB, BENT. two rooms and HENT Heuse W. II. Clark's Adm'ratrix, ire., I'l'ttT., Tr.it!sftr f Keal rMati-- . ' kitchen. Apply teetMrs. Jl'LlA COLE, AiraitiM Equity Ciormantewn I'lke. J. K. Reynolds te E. C. Myall, let in Stanley Clar'h. c. Defendants. OU HENT One houe et S rooms and one Ilerd's Addition; consideration, 830 Ilr virtue et e Judgment and order of sale of 2 room and kitchen. Apply te 3IHS. Mrs. Emilv l'earce tn Maryaret C. of the Mii?eti Circuit Court, rendered at the cause, term thereof. 1802. Pickett, hmie and let en West side of July proceed te eiler lerIn the nbove premises I JOHN It. HUDV, shall sale en the OK HENT Hoems en first tloer, at 4IW East Wall street; consideration. S7.1HW. In Maysville, Ky., te the highest bidder at second street, corner 1'epiar. Jehn P. Cae te Virginia Hampton, let public auction ou en Center street, Cliften; consideration, rOB SALE. $100. Thursday, August 4th, 1892, OH SALE Twe Hedroem Sets. Dining Ta Patrick Molley te Peter Cook. 40 acres ble. Cha rs. Table. Cook Steve, of land en Walten and Frazee Turnpike; at 2 o'clock p. m., upon a credit et six, twelve Carpets, Kitchen Center and ether houeheld Safe, and eighteen mouths, the following described frl.GOO. geed. In use but a few months. W. W, property, WIKOFF. at C. and O. Ticket Oillce. First A certain tract of land situated ou Dumb-bellSALE-Apa- lret 2 COUNTY COURT MATTERS. the waters of Limestone creek and known as cheap, at l'ostetllco. property, and containing the slaughter-heussinger: Mocking Hird; n 2 acres, 3 reeds and ii poles. FOH SALE cheap. Apply te J. geedFINETV, L. sell Gleanings Frem tht Pages of Hen. Themas Second Twe lets of ground about SI feet 217 .Market street. II. Phister's Hig Decket. wide and about 220 feet long, with frame of them. LOST. Third A large vacant let adjoining the sec- LOST A clasp Pin en Third street between Jehn Hynn was allowed 520 as com- ond described lets, situated en the .Maysvllle street, Fifth Ward, and Sutten mittee of "Elizabeth Chambers, a pauper and Mt. Sterling Pike, and being about 144 feet reet. Finder please return te this elHcc. wlde and about 220 feet long. idiot. 21st, between On the evening of The last will and testament of Henry Fer the purchase price the purchaser, with LOST corner of Wall and the Third streets and Hubbard was produced in Court and approved surety or sureties, must oxecute the rcsldence of G. W. Hlattcrman en West bend, bearing legal interest from proven by the oaths of G. W. Gcisel and according te law. Didders will be day of sale, Fourth street, a pair of geld Glasses In a case prepared te ".Mary" enwith A. J. McDeuglc. All of his property, comply promptly with these terms. Hends and a geld thlmble reward namebe paid upon will graved. A sultable real and personal, is left te his wife, payable te ALLAN D. COLE, the return of these articles te Ne. 15 West July 21. '32. Master Commissioner. Fourth street. Elizabeth Hubba'rd, and she is appointed his executrix, and the request made that centalnlag LOST A Pocket-boo- of Wall street, $22 75, en she be net required te give bend. between West slde n Second and Third streets. Heward V. te this eillce. A MODEL ST0HE. Hetween Second and streets, LOST Market, brown Ladles' Third Mutten. Cuff Please return te Public Ledger oillce and reward. New Quarters of liallenger the Jeweler taxes are new uue. a penalty or 5 per cent, will be added en the 1st day of August. Hutten. Finder please Handsome as the Handsomest. LOST An initial Cutt Ledger eillce and reH.A.COCHHAN.Jit., te Publio Collector and Treasurer. ceive liberal reward. These having an eye for the beautiful repgrp. may de well by a visit te the new headA Doer Key near old Depot. Call TC10UND quarters of BallenL'er the Jeweler. JL? nt this oillce. There they will see one of the most Handkerchief. Ownerjcan attractive places in the city. The most FOUND A Silk calling at this eillce. by luxurious taste could be satisfied by au IOUND A doer Key. Owner can have inspection of the specimens of the same ny caning at una eince. jeweler's art en exhibition. Spacious show cases filled with watches and FOUND That it pays a big profit te Public Lkixiku. precious stones, and geld and silver The residence of the late Judge It. H. Stantransformed into artistic and pleasing eon In the Fifth Ward, Maysville, new occudesigns greet one upon entering, and pied by the family of C. L. Stanten. The place, which consists of added te these arc numerous shelves and dwelling of eleveu large six lets and a brick and well ventilated cabinets upon nnd in which are tastefully rooms, is en the bank of the Ohie river, with arranged clocks and bronzes of all a frontage en Second street, and Is eno of the MAYSVILLE, KY. patterns, and specimens of art pottery most deslrnble and comfortable homes In the e city. Thore nre also en the place un and costly and beautiful silverware. of fruit, flowers, garden, and shade-treeThe whole interior of this truly y Fer terms and further particulars CA PITA L STOCK $XOO,tHW te O. S. JUDD. Agent. metropolitan establishment is resplendent , , 110,000 SUUfLVS and ornamental features. with tasteful The flooring is of Georgia marble tiling. Dr. MORRIS H. PHISTER, Running the entire length of the Eastern HOMfEOPATJIIST. DO A OENEEAL BANKING- BUSINESS. wall the wainsceating, thrce feet six Chronic diseases of every character a speinches in height, is of the same quality of cialty, prominent among which are marble, highly polished. Surmounting C. II. I'kahck, Cashier. the wainsceating is a marble shelf 111 leu Nasal Catarrh, Threat and Lung W. II. Cox, President. with various wares. Jno. VlUY.t, Troubles. When lighted by electricity, furnished Professional calls answercd promptly. OlBce by a private dynamo in the basement, comer Third and Sutten streets. COCHHAN 4 SONS, the effect is strikingly brilliant. The place is a model in all of its ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ! appointments. It Is most creditable te the genial proprietor. But few Jewelry COUUT 8THEKT. stores can beast of as handsome business UOnT. A. COCHHAN quarters or of as completo and attractive Your county and state Taxes for 18H2 A. V, J. COG1IHA N. itAl'SVILLK.KY A HE an assortment of goods In that line. I WM. I). COCHHAN NOW There Is no excuse for anyone te run DUE. away te larger cities for birthday, wedC. V. WARDLE, Please call and settle same. ding or Christmas presents. Ballcngcr JOHN W. ALKXANDEH. 8.M.C. can suit anybody if they can be suited at all.' Mr. Ballcngcr has been a resident of Maysvllle for many years, and is as an cnterprising and public Zwelgart's Bleck, Second and Sutten .Streets- spirited citizen. He has been always, uaWliPI) iinvliiKTeeth Kxtracted tftkn (Ui. Ab- ,siBce his advent into this city, identified lelutely 1'alnlran aiidHafu. with the jewelry business, and has been 1b it en his own account for the past Academy of the Visitation Bearilliifr eight years, during which time he has Sealed proposals will by the gained for himself, by his fair and honer-sb- dersigned until neon of be received August unami Day Schoel for Yomi? LudicH. MONDAY, 1st, dealliiK, an enviable reputation, anil ist, for the erection of a rcsldence In the cltr This Institution has a high reputation for Its Maysvllle, Ky, many advantages and thorough education In bM attained a high rank among our busi-- ' ofPlan and specifications may be seen at the every branch, The Musical Department h men. offleo of Crapser it Ilrewn, Architects. s under the direction or Illoek.Ciiiofnnfttl.and at Ik take pardonable pride in his ek-- PubmcLkdech In Maytvllle. tlie office of Th conservatory. Oermsn ngrsdim.le of a noted and Eetcctle System mw quarters. Ne m Wert Beeed HUla net la InAlnrfn fh AttttM of UMWlMrtfttuffltrree. wind pupils will ie ni by the rant-prin- t Method. Fer terms trained Mid U (Minted te weleewe every-mi- f te sad ether Information te HI.STEMS OP aii4 akew tlj tareuyli. WANTED-fjidl- Yerk Tuk business of the saloons of New is bigger than Fihe and Accident Ins. W. II Warder. ANNOUNCEMENTS. WANTED. Blacksmith: must be geed horse "WJNTED Apply T at onceto l'UANK DUN- sheer. CAN. Sardls. Ky. es . that of the banks. I7ilit Want. Irst That Allen O rover, Calvert C. Arthur, Edward I'. Hcrnden, Henry A. Hees, II. W. (1) E. W. Fitzgerald, I will etfer ler sale 0 acrea et land situated Itecs nnd William Manley have ticcmne In- (S)H.ll. Hlerbewer, (3) Itufus Drjilen. en the Tatler's Mill Turnpike and Kentucky corporated by vlrtue of the previsions of the (3) L. C. Dattcrmnn. The figures Indlcnte the number of years Central Itallread at Summit Station, three General Statutes of Kentucky under the nnme f miles trem Mavsvllle, eno of the of Shannen and Kerman Chapel Turnpike each Ceuncllmnu has te serve trem January,' and best markets iu the state. Said laud Is Ne. I Cempuny, and the principal place of trnnnct-InIn quality neno hotter lu the ceunty: well business Is nt the reldence or Jehn 11. watered; can be divided te suit purchasers; Hcrnden, Esii., Mnsen county. Ky. MASONIC LODGES. Second The nature of the business profour passenger trains dallr; tlve minutes ride Confidence Ledge Ne. M Meets first Men-- v te Maysvllle; geed neighborhood. Any eno posed te be transacted Is the construction, desiring n geed location will de well te call en maintenance nnd operation or a turnplke Jnv night lu each mouth. Masen Ledge Ne. 31'.' Meets secbud Monday the undersigned at the home of the hite Sin- read from the Snnlls Turnpike Head near the clair Dlmmitt. If net sold privately Will be forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county night In each month. Maysvllle Chapter Ne. ! Meets third Men-- , sold te the highest bidder ou July ItOtti . 1MU. line near Kerman's Clu.pel, a distance of - v day night in each month. cash,balance In eno and two years, about two and a half miles. Maysville Cemmandery Ne. Third The capital stock of until corporatell rtb' with six per cent. Interest en deterred paytion Is six thousand dollars, In shares or Monday night lu each month. ments. A lieu ou the land will be remitted. 31119. ANNA MOUNTJOV, t wcnty-1- ve dollars each, the private stock te be ODDFELLOWS. 1'. O.. Mann County. Kv. paid In upon call of the Directors, nnd the llermird DeKalti Ledge Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday stock of Masen county In accordance with theorderef the Court of Claims nluht. Hlnggeld Ledge Ne. --T Meets overy Wednes-da- y :W of Masen county. night. FeurthSaid corporation shall commence Plsgnh Encampment Ne. P Meets second business ns seen ns two thousand dollars Is and fourth Mondays In every month. subscribed te the capital stock and shall " In existence Mty jears. Canten Mnygville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday ' Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te iiiuht in each month. . tie conducted by a President ami n Heard of Friendship Ledirc Ne. 42, D. of It. -- Meets Directors, flve In number, a Secretary and Crst Monday night iu each month. Treasurer, all of whom nre te be stockholders KNIOltTS OF PYTHIAS. lu said corporation. The first set of officers shall be Allen drover, President: II. V. Hees, Limestone Ledge Ne. 3l Meets every Friday Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hcrnden. Wil- night. Muysville Division Ne. 6, U. It. Meets Urst liam Manley and Henry A. Hees, Directers: . Edward K. Hcrnden, Secretary; H. W. Hees, Tuesday tn every month. : 5. Treasurer, and they shall held their eillces p. e. s. A. trtitll the first Monday In April, I8i, nnd until Washington Camp Ne.3 Meets every Thurs- 3...rr their successors nre chosen and iiualltled : and every first Monday lu April thereafter a Pres- day night. , -- v.lw e. A. it. ident nnd Heard of Directors shall be chosen by the stockholders, and ji Secretary anil Jeseph Ilelser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and Trensurer by the President and Heard of D- third Saturdays In each month. irectors te held fertile ensuing rear and until M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. or V. Meets their successors nre chosen nnd qualified. every Wednesday evcnlng. Sixth The Indebtedness of sulci corporaWeman's Hollef Cerps Meets second and' tion shall at no time exceed the sum of tlve fourth Saturdays In each mouth. thousand dollars. K. OF II. Seventh The private property et the stockholders Is te be exempt from the corperato -U Maysville Ledge Ne. 2"S. Meets Brst nnd debts of xnld corporation. third Tuesdays lu each month. April lilth, W.K. I1ENKVOI.ENT SOCIETIES. ALLEN OHOVEH. St. Patrick's Henevelent Society Meets CAIiVEHTC.AHTHl'H. every second Sunday. . EDWAHD F. HEHNDON, Sodality or the II. V. M. Meets every SunHENHV A. HEES, 85 day. H. W. HEES. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society-Me- ets WILLIAM MANLEV. first Sunday in each month. ! Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third JSAILROAp BCjHEDUE. Sunday lu each month. Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday I-eno-halg d eets 1 eon-tlnu- e Land Fer Sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN J Flrl Thurnlaii Erentne MEMUEII8. Each Menth. William II. Cox, President. (1) ' ' Ward. (1)W. H. Cox. (3) Ce nurd Flnt Hudy, (3) (3) (1) -') Fourth H'mlv Thes. M. Weed.' Hobert Flcklln, H. L. Newell. (2) Jl. F. Kehoe. (3) C. 11. Penrcc, Second Mini. (DJ.C. Pecer. Jr. Gee. 0. Fleming II. T. Hntilman, (3) J. I. Salisbury. Sixth Want. (1) Oce. Schroeder, li) Polk Hleks. Fifth Want. '.J -- 5! 33 .: 2' Netice te JFarmers CINCINNATI DIVISION Commissioner's Sale. F F F u, t: At a meeting of the grain merchants and millers of .Maysville, held en June 24tli, 1K2, the subject of cleaning wheat by tanners was Introduced and tully discussed, and the following preamble and rcolutiet.was adepted: That whereas. In former years, owing te the superior quality and cleanliness et Masen county wheat. It enjoyed a reputation second te no ether section of the emmtry and was much sought alter, but iu recent years, owing te the iinperlect cleaning et wheat bv threshers. It lui suHered very matei tally lu grading lu the ueueial market in c inpail-e- n with wheat from ether Mute- -. icMilttuir in no In- considerable les te the hnnaler, and many who of the former large wheat bought wheat here have in consequence been diverted te ether markets; therefore, be It Rc(ilveil, That the grain dealers nnd millers of this city feel that it is Incumbent upon them te. make It known te the farmers that they must insist upon them having their wheat well cleaned and screened bv thteshers. otherwise prices will be made accordingly. They desire te state, ter the benefit el the farmers, that wheat tn grade Ne. 2 must weigh at least 5sM pounds te the bushel, thoroughly clean and dry. tree trem smut and ether Impurities: and that wheat te grade Ne. '.i must weigh at least .VI pounds te the bushel, and be dry and reasonably clean, and may have an occasional smut ball, but freotrem stain. Wheat net up te the above grades will be classed as rejected. er gfftp ROUTtT x ' N'e.2.. Kut (Xe.ai I AND OHIO. .0:10 a. m 7:10 p. m p. m 8:w p. in 4M5 night. German Hellcf Society night iu each mouth. Meets first Monday V Acncln Ledge Ne. 24. F. A. M. Meets second Wednesday night In each month. Mt. Herinen Chapter Ne. 8, It. A. M. Meets Add twenty-siminutes te get city time. Nes. 1! nnd SO are the Maysvllle accommoda- second Filday In each month. 6, K. T. Meets Palestine Cammaudcry Ne. tion. Ne. 17 and IS the Huntington accommodation. Nes. and 'J are the last express leurth Friday in each month. O. V. O. O. F. and Nes.H and 4 the V. F. V. Ne. t (F. F. V.i Is a solid trnin with through Maysvllle Star Ledge Ne. 1919. Meets first dining car and Pullman sleepers tn Washing- and third Friday night in each month. ton, Italtimeic, Philadelphia nnd New Vnrk. Household nt Huth Ne. 37. Meets second Through Pullman sleeper te Hlchmeml, Va Thursday night In each month. f and Old Point Comfert. Ne. "J Is n solid train IIACOIITEItS OF THE TAnEftNACLE. with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making Conge HlverTabernacloNe. M. Meets first all Eastern and Southeastern connections. The accommodation trains are dally except Thursday In each mouth. Sunday: the rest are dally. DAUOIITEUS OF THE OOOD SAMAItlTAN. ' Direct connection at Cincinnati for points Evans Ledge Ne. v. Meets first Wednesday West and Seuth. night In each month. 8:2i n. ni J Se. l' ,3:10 a. Wm . 1 Se. 17 ...110:H n. in m I. Ne. 3 trap, m I .m. COLORED SOCIETIES. MASONIC. V id 1 i. '1 .;& u.m. MAYSVILLE DIVISION. o LEXINGTON, KY., at Cincinnati, Stanford. LI v. lugsten, Jolllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland (lap, Frankfort. Louisville nnd points en N. N. and M. V Eastern Division. Leaves Maysvllle nt 1:45 p. in. ter Paris. Cincinnati. Lexlnvtnn, Winchester, Htchmend nnd points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern DivisKlcli-men- Southbound, Leaves Maysville 5:30 a. m. for Paris, day und third Wednesday night in each month. Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Meuday night In each month. a. a, it. McKlnnevnn Pest Ne. lGt). Meets fourth Saturday night In each month. Weman's Hollef Cerps Ne. 2i. Meets first Tuesday In each month. COURT DIRECTORY. CIIICUIT COU11T. Goed Will Ledge Ne. F. 48. Meets first Satur- duclllng-houseeneac- h ion. Northbound. k City Taxes. He-tur- DESIRABLE HOME Fer Sale! F the short line between Cincinnati and St. Leuis, und all of Its trains run tliremrh solid te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of bagtmge or passengers who travel en 0, and M. trains. of Less than ten hours Is our time te St. Leuis, where our trains make connection in the Union Depot with trains of nil lines for the and Northwest. 1, BUff. 3D, 31, 3 West, Southwest" Mississippi Hallway Is the diThe Ohie and rect nnd lust Uue te Louisville. ThoOhlennd Mississippi Hallway gives spe-clCompetition Open te the World, Free! attention te colonists going West, either single or lu parties. Our agents are nt nil times te furnish Information ns te The Most Attractive Program Ever Offered rates and routes te points West, aud when passengers nre ready te start will secure their tickets at lowest rates and attend te checkdestination. TWO RACES EACH DAY! ing baggtige through teand M. Hallway and Fer tickets via O. further information call en agents et connecting lines or address C. W. PAHIS. LADIIS AND CHILDREN ADMITTID Central Passenger Agent O. and M. HallrniK thc riniT day. way, 48 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, O. Is m FAIR Sept. 2, at Kxourslen Ratea. ill ciUlegai, Udresi tht StaeUrj, Arrive nt Mnjsvllle at IOiOO a. m. and 8:45 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. Add twenty-siminutes te get city time. x diiiect itetm: west The Ohie pi Railway and Mtttti. Maysville Hen. A. E.Cole. Judge J. 11. Sallee. Commonwealth Att'y ..Maysville ,. Maysville Hen D. Parry, Clerk Allan D. Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysvllle Ceurfs Meet d Masen At Mavsvllle, Tuesday otter the Monday In January, April, July and October. Fleming At Flemlngshurg, third Monday In May nnd November. Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In February und August. Lewis At Vanceburg socend Monday lu June and December. Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third Monday In September and leurth Monday In, March. see-.an- ! MU MASON COUNTY COURT. pre-pare- d Second Monday in Each Menth: Thes. H.Phlster, Presiding Judge.. Maysville Charles D Newell, County Atternoy, Maysvllle ....Maysville T.M. Poarce, Clerk .....Maysville Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Mnysllek J.C. Jetrorseuln.,,.,,,..! Maysvllle Snm P. Perlne fDem,tlesi Maysville Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysville Jehn D. Hee, Corener Maysvllle JehuC. Everett, Assessor G.W. niatterman, Schoel Sup't... Maysvllle Meet - )A eQBEl r nCKi second Monday In March, June, September una December, nnd has civil Jurisdiction te IQuurterly Court meets Tuesday after the (2U). the amount of Bpoelal Tralna en All Railroads Fer furtlur iofenmtioi State National Bank GEO. H. WHITNEY, President. THOS. L. MAETIN, Secretary. Cincinnati, Fortsmeutb, Bit? Sandy and Pomeroy Packet Company. The splendid beats of this line, running between Cincinnati, Portsmouth. I ronten Huntington, Qalllpells aud Pomeroy, pass follews: Pomeroy Packets Dnstenn, Telegraph and City of Madisen pass Maysvllle either way at 1 o'clock a, m. llenauza up dally for Vanceburg at 8 a. m., returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle dally, except Sunday, at 2 p. m. Fer freight or paasage apply te Mays-vllle;is nbun-danc- AMENDMENT Te Article One of Articles Incorporating tiie Oakwood Distillery Ce. Ahtici.k te amend Article I of Articles of Incorporation of OakwoedDistlllory Cempauy, of Maysville, Masen county, Kentucky, recorded iu Deed Hoek Ne. 10. page 41). He It known te all whom It may enncern, that nt a meeting of the stockholders of the Company, Maysville, Oakwood Distillery held at Its olttce In Maysvllle, Kentucky, was agreed Friday, June ft!, 18W, It that the corperato name of said company be chnuged trem Oukwoed Distillery Company te I'eyntz Hrothers Cempauy. nnd that hereafter the business of said corporation be conducted under the corperato nume of Poyntz Hrnthers Company. And It wns further agreed at said meeting that Hen II. I'eyntz, Secretary and Treasurer et said Oukwoed Distillery Cotnpany.be and he wns authorized tn tnake proper acknowledgment or said change of nume before the Clerk of Maeon County Court, nnd en use same te be published nnd recorded usreiiulred by law. IIKN H. I'OVNTZ. .NVc.dlid Trta of Ohu:oetl Dhtlllery Ce. ap-Pi- C.M. Pit ISTEIl, Agent. t. Netice te Taxpayers well-know- Netice Te Builders! DENTIST Statk k Wig-gin- Mt for the county and state aforesaid, de certify that the foregoing Instrument el writing wan this day produced te me In said county and acknowledged before me by Hen II. I'eynt., a a nnriy tuureiu, te ue mt act ami ueeu, ami KHll ued for record, wheretmeii t ..... ., : : i' .......:.: ....he . nnine.1 te. guiner wiiii win- cttriinoaie, until ueeu tuny reiuiiiiuM in rLxuni iu iiiyiimut, (liven under my ihiiiT tl at dnv of Jum. ( Kkntuckv, I s.,, I Masen County. I, T. M. I'earee, Clerk nt the County Cenit iet; "" A6 "ht "amiawKj TllfC VISITATION, Marsyllfe, Masen Ce., Ky, JOIl I- rr.rtiivn.Liern. i'iij i ik i.. .ly.ti.nei, u.ij, jllfi niii tn niiiiniiini ) prei,(11K Kdfcr w,, g. PHINTINQ neatly and quickly executed serrieei. of captain James i Dawsen Mayvllle will Tle Public Ledger Jeb Itoems. Ii maintained, r T. M. M. Aloxnnder, ? l" second and reiu0?eh?BJri '".HS"" Clergymen will be present, men of tt"eeraDOr- Eminent Strode. Cen-- ' learning und popular talent. Among these will be Het. LewIh Curtis. D.O.. or Chicago, a man of National fame and great ability. Hew D. Lee Aultmnii or Cincinnati, assistant Secretary or the Southern Educational Soeloty. All the Milliners or the District ure expected ConsjKigten-Edwa- rrt rtAlr..en tn be present. Inglstratei. hnHtlXS.liSl.?!?"?- The Children's Chapel will be In charge of s and tblrf We3nS:H,.2'.,.g" Hey. J. M. Taulboeof Covington. Professer Decem' 0rr"erCa: .u. iiioem ami J, Harry Hiciiardsnn will ha charge of tlie music, assisted hy n splem &..i,i"'fT",VT,0Un K. We It, and Y w choir. Iliu privileges have all been let te resne no persons, vt, u. niimrieK, lietci; .V Weeds. L'onlectlnnerv! U&l&KTSiSX m scember. Jl. T,iuR K. II. Ilrvmit. Jehn L. Plumnier, Haggage and IJiirhe inniiieuscs conneeimg wiiii neuisan ing, under the control of Harbour & make two trips ally, morning an tir te fare W ecu ,0.uV.te?L ere-- July 28th te August 8th, 1892. urlgsby. and James-"Magistrates, held courts en V seoend and March, J'il?i.?eP'einber fourth Saturdays In and December. A. J. SulkMjwble. Maysllek-CharW.jf"'" and J. D. les d Hay mend. Magistrates, ttfiu?"?! V the and fourth Fridajnn""cJi' June, The tlme for holding the meeting en these . Kobersen. and Decembe' and beautiful grounds will be Censtablo. from ' Veii.,i and Jeseph . Lewisburg-Isn- af JftugglesCamp-meetin- g Maysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate, holds court the first Tuesday lu each month. Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the fourth Tuesday In eaeh month. Win. II, Daweon, Censtablo. Maysville Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate holds court the first Saturday in each month. William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the fourth Saturday in each month, J. D. McNutt, Censtablo. Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns-forMagistrates, held courts en the first and third Wednesdays in March, June, Beptember and December. Jehn Kunyen, Constable. MInerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M.Uygr, Magistrates, held courts en the first and third Thursdays In March, June, Soptembetynnd December. William E. King, Constabley Germnntewn Leslle H.Mannen and vm. L. Woedwnrd, Magistrates, held ceurtOfn the tlrst Friday and third Saturday bMarcn, June. Soptembor and Decomber William Feul, Constable. Sardls- -J. M. Dull - MAO.STItATES COUHTS. ' 'I V71 ':;i " seo-en- Sep-temb- r d JKdin tl vi L il....' gn7ef,Sfcn,, ' M ..l"f"",.?.0",.,, ; A" """Wt hi urder ir &&&ase3xWM. i. " - (nr. rrdBSmtSWfKSSMmSmm irinfflwft nBMMiirirfnmffT u..... -- ' - Jt- - f.A Wl-n- . Jk I'" . -- ' - ' . - j If "