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LEDGER g, 1892. The. Cholera Situation There'is Ne Doubt Very Grave. An Appeal MA YSVILLB REPUBLICAN. Frem the Cabin en the Nermannla. Passen-ge- rs McCarthy li the Pit t On te ISe Hanged, Followed Clecely bjr Crate McCarthy Made the Trtp In Thirteen Minnie unci Craig In Twelve MAYSVILLE, KY.t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER KENTUCKY ONE CENT. Dttth et T. B. China. r Columbus, a, Sept a Edward McCarthy and Charles Craig, the former white and the latter colored, Cincinnati murderers, were hanged In the penitentiary annex early Friday morning. When the spectators entered the execution room Warden James, Assistant Deputy Stackhouse and Guard Grump wery standing as motionless as ghostly pieces of statuary. They were joined by Deputy Playford. while the small crowd arranged Itself In readiness for the horrible spectacle. It was just 12K)S) o'clock when a muffled "Ooed-by- " was heard in the adjoining room as the Crulgand McCarthy took leave-taklng- ef personal points Mrs. J. W. Boulden has relumed from Bluclicks. Miss Mae Marshall is visiting Miss Nan nic Wilsen at Paris. Rev. W. C. Uendit of Ashland was in the city this morning. Mrs. Walter Hrewn of the West End visiting relatives at Fern Leaf. is WEATHER REPORT. POISON IN FOOD. f3Vlf you haverkniU vttltUig jeu, or tett What We May Expect Between This Time are ueinu away nn a vltlt, pleatc drop u a note Evening. and te that effect. THE LKDOBR'S WATIIER SIQA'ALS. iriiUc streamer faiu; Rlue rain or snow; With niack AnevE 'twill WAitMER trrew. If Mack' BENEATH COt.DEH 'twill be; Unless lilack'n shown no chntik'e we'll see. u place. : rl A moment later Edward McCarthy stepped out upon the gallery of death. His face was an iwhcn hue, his lips colorless and firmly set, and his eyes sent forth an expression of wild despair. Of McCarthy it may be said that "nothing In his life se became him as the leaving of it" He walked with a firm step, and steed erect whlle the awful ordeal immediately preceding death took place. He bade all geed-bthe shaking officials hands with each. Deputy Playford, Assistant Deputy Stackhouse and Guard Grump then adjusted the straps around the deemed man's legs. Then Father O'Leary, who had followed McCarthy onto the scaffold, pressed the crucifix te his lips. The murderer kissed it reverently. Warden James, who steed with his hand en the lever of the trap, at this point said: "Mr. McCarthy, if you have any statement te make, new is your opportunity." McCarthy replied: "Gentlemen, I bid you geed-ball and alL" In his excitement he made a mistake, for what he evidently Intended te say wns "eno and alL" Continuing, he said: "If I have done any eno an injury I hope they will forgive me. I ask Ged te forgive all my sins, and hope te meet you in Heaven." Just after he uttered the Inst word the black cap was adjusted and the rope placed around the neck by Deputy Playford. The noose was carefully adjusted, and at a signal from the deputy the warden pulled the lever. McCarthy shot through the trap at precisely I2:12)tf. A gasp and a gurgling sound were audible as he went down. His body swung enco around after the seven-fee- t drop. Then a ghastly sccne occurred, for Edward McCarthy died a hard death. The black cap had caught in the noose in going down and jerked the knot around te the back of his head. He slowly strangled te death, whlle his legs jerked convulsively up and down, and his finger tips pressed Inte the palms of his hands with a deathly grip. A choking sound from his threat was plainly audible, while his breast heaved spasmodically in efforts for breath. One moment after the trap was sprung McCarthy's respiration was seventy-seveIt ran up te 114 and then dropped back te ninety-nln- e a memont later. Again it reached 111, and then slowly declined, until he was pronounced dead at exactly 12:25. His body was quickly cut down, and when the black cap was removed a dark-blumark encircled the threat The neck was net broken. McCarthy was just twelve and minutes In dying, which Is a remarkably short period for a person strangling. His death was painful, but it came quickly. Just seven minutes after McCarthy was pronounced dead the trap was sprung under Craig. The removing of the rope from McCarthy's neck, the bearing away of the remains, the readjustment of the scaffold, the soaping of the rope te make it slip easy for the next victim, was all accomplished with rcmnrkable skill and dispatch. The same assistants aa before at once prepared for their ugly work a second time. Crulg kissed the crucifix and then shook hands with all en the scaffold, te each. He then saying "Ooed-by- " kissed the crucifix again and the work of pinioning his arms and legs was quickly performed. He steed without a quiver. "New, Craig, If you have any thing te say you have this opportunity." The condemned man, with choking voice, respended: "re .nothing. I forgive every body and I want every body te forgive me." That was all He stepped talking, and his last words were spokea In a twinkling the block cap was drawn, the noose adjusted, the trap sprung, and Craig was in eternity. The work was completely successful. There was no twitching, or Jerking, or gurgling sounds, as marked McCarthy's death. His neck was broken, and he evidently suffered no pain. Ne muscle qulvered while the body hung thore In the air. He went through the trap at exactly 12:Sa Craig died In twelve and a half minutes and McCarthy In thirteen. The body showed no marks except the mark His features were calm, of the rope. and the smile that he were when he met his fate was still present in death. The warden offered te furnish the men stimulants during the lest moments, but both men refused. They both exercised the nerve nnture gave y, y, n. year. Duckucr, son of Judge G. S. Wall, will attend Center College, Danville, this period of ay"The itbove forecasts iire matte ter a thirty-sihours, undlnp at 8 o'clock x Mrs. Jennie E. Cellier of Cincinnati is visiting relatives and friends in this evenltur. county. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunter of Louisville are visiting the family of Mrs. U. C. Morgan. Assistant returned yesterday from a trip te Cincinnati. Charles R. Thompson, Pest-mastor, A COSTLY KISS. Misses Anna and Florence Themas and I came I saw I pressed her hand I bcKgvd her ter a kiss. Nellie Means spent yesterday with Miss She blushed looked down. I stelo the prize- -It Katie Prather at Manchester. wns a dream of bliss. I've wakened from my dream since then: That kiss lias cost me dear, Mrs. R. L. Mannen and daughter, Miss I'm paying alimony new Fer It twolve times a year. Mattie, have returned te Covington after a visit te friends in this city. CiiAIirxce G. McAmstek will wed Miss Lillian E. Fratman at Owingsville Mrs. B. F. Powers and Mrs. Frank en the 28th. Easutn returned home last night after a The Republican Congressional Convenpleasant visit te f: lends and relatives in tion of the Tenth District will be held nt lndianu. Mt. as it is always. The Ripley Fair was a grand success, In an e one-ha- lf Through the kindness of Deputy Warden Playford the condemnod men and their frlends wcre 6erved with an elegant dinner Thursday. It consisted of roast beef, with tnlckoned gravy, French fried potatoes, lamb chops, bread, butter, coffee, grapes and plum dessert with dressing. The table was doceratod with flowers. The two deemed man and Craig's relatives occupied a little table In the reception room, and all scorned te relish the meal save McCarthy. them. entire new outfit. The Maysville sports who placed their money en Corbett llve en Easy street. has net had one of her They are neither obliged te drink water Clark county Wednesday. citizens in Congress for ever fifty years. or eat liver The following letter, written en the Nermannla en September 7, was reJames P. Mannen bought the Greve Governer Brown in ten months has ceived In this city Thursday at the office farm of ninety acies. near Dever, at ?S0 granted SO pardons, while Governer of the Evangelist, from Itec Daniel W. pur acre. in his whelo four years adminBuckncr, Fisher, D. D., LL.D., president of Hanistration, pardoned but 110. over college, Indiana; Tub Si. Laurence is enco mere in the "On txjhelf of toe cebtn passengers ei this Maysville trade, and the Bonanza is runHenry Kcllerman. nn old citizen of Hardly anything else was talked about ship I appeal te you for bctp. We are par. ning te Madisen. Lawrcnccburg, attempted suicide Men FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT. feetly vllllng te be quarantined; but la the on the streets yesterday but the day by cutting his threat. His wounds name of humanity and at civilization, net te U. L. Phillips and Mrs. Eliza J. Weed are dangerous, but lie is still living. fight. were married yesterday at the Christian The result wns a surprise te a majority epenk of Christianity, let the i;urantlne at and a bitterdisappeintment te many. The least be rational and net barbarous. We have New that the prize lights nte ever Church near Shannen. some attention will he paid te the cholera, Republican Coin en t ion Called te Meet at fight was gene ever and ever again, every net been sick In the cabin caeept in eno case, h1ch secms te At Biddle. Scott county, the little the Presidential election nnd ether Ashland en September 22il. round was analyzed. The "ifs" and eraic symptoms, hare bad almost no cheland ten days (laughter of S. B. White fell into a tub of matters that have been in a state of "buts" were numerous nnd the "I told oge. We have puccoedodthat occurred the steer in getting het water and was scalded te death. you se" man was a conspicuous quantity. ege away. But the crew con net be relegarthy. The general opinion was that Sullivan moved. The ship mtt have them aboard. Te the Geerge Garrison ami Nellie Conner, of the Firat AppelCerbctt's prowess had One after another they sicken. Under these Rememiikr. The Ledger prints "Heln late Court RepublicanThe new election law was outclassed. District: a colored couple, were married at the Wanted," " Lest." " Found," and similar having rendered it nccessary.the Rcpubli been underestimated by the followers of circumstances vm scarcely dare te hope that home of Ed Bennett near Moranburg. ultimately we shall escape. At any rate, notices net of n business character, free can Executive Committee" of the First the Bosten man. hen can such a Quarantine eedt Think of Many rejoiced at the champion's downgame of baseball at of charge. The only thing we require Is Appellate Court District of Kentucky Don't forget the parsons, any children, that the cop' be sent in before 9 o'clock hereby declares that a convention of the fall, hut the decline of greatness is al- men, even women, fuebie te wear out thefct of the Fair Grounds this afternoon between criminals, danways attended by mere or less sympathy. ger of cholera in this left en day of publication. the Abordecn Browns and the fashion. The whole sys Republicans of said District, composed of tem U 'Ancher tne ship eat as far at sen as of It is estimated that 100,000 pcople will the counties Bell, Bath, Boyd, Bracken, The Tiger's Victim. posslble, and let the disease de what it can.' Carter, Breathitt, be at Woedsdalo Islaud te at- Bourbon, If any set of people were in any ether situaAt Lockwood, Boyd county, Themas "Animal George," se seriously injured tion, end a ring such peril Republican Clark. Clay, Estill. Elliett. Floyd, FlemJudd, a brakeman en the Ohie and Big tend the Ohie. Over 900ofclubs will be ing, Greenup, Harlan, Johnsen, Jacksen, iu nn encounter with a tiger during the of voices would be rulsed te as ours, millions Clubs in Sandy, had both legs cut off in an acci- repicsented. It will be the formal open- Knox. Knett, Laurel, Letcher, Leslie, pnrade en circus day, still shows signs of a day's delay. Why ere rescue us without we unworthy of dent. He cannot recover. He has recovered from help, situated ae we are? Surely net becausa Lee Lewis, Lawrence, Madisen, Masen, improvement. ing of the campaign in that state. Montgomery, Morgan, Magoffin, Martin, the shock te his system in a satisfacteiy help is impossible. Put us en another vessel. Bullitt county is up in arms against a It is Land us at semo safe point en shore, and sepossible for Postmasters te Menifee. Nicholas, Owsley, Perry. Pike, manner. large black bear which, it is said, has its disclose net any one the names of patrons Powell, Rohertseu, Rockcastle, Rowau The danger lies in probable bleed poi- clude us te any extent Dut for Ged's aake de to abode in the knobs, whence it raids of their Postemcc. Hence it is contrary aud Wolfe will be held in the city of soning. The claws of the tiger, with net perpetuate this barbarism en us here for a farms, carrying off sheep aud hogs. te Regulations for the Postmaster at Ashland. Ky., en Thursday, September which most of the wounds wcre inflicted, day lower. Try te help us at oneo. Yours very truly, D. W. PtsncR. 22d, 1892, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the arc in constant contact with the fleer of Miss Lera Reynolds, a young lady of Oshkesb te inform some eno in Kalama"P. S Why are we en ship? zoo that Jehn Smith gets mail at his purpeso of nominating a candidate for the cage, and thereby become covered the agent of the company this Londen Because Ohie county, mysteriously disappeared assured Judge of the Court of Appeals. The with the decomposed particles and sedi- almost every passenger in etllcc. Nothing can be heard who from Owcnsbore. at Chairman of the Republican Committce ments of the meat thrown into the Southampton tnat thcre wes no embarked this stoerage of her, and her friends fear foul play. Colonel Frank S. Owens has received of each county in the District is hereby animals as feed. These substances in- trip. Seme of us have bid written statement Langhorne Taijh of Dever, who has a letter from General Green Clay Smith, earnestly requested te call and held a jected Jinto the bleed are extremely poi- that the ship had sailed from Homburg without been ill for some time, was able en Sat President of the Strawbed Fishing Club, County Convention in due time te select sonous. Dr. Phillips thinks the danger stoerege." urday te celcbrate the anniver- who writes from Washington City that delegates te said convention at the time from thlssource will have been passetlin The Weather. seventy-twhours. and place aforesaid. sary of his marriage. He is 1)2 years old. tne club will go into camp en tlie Washington, Sept. 9. Fer Ohie near Williamsburg, some time Is still at the house of Mrs. Pollitt, He The basis of representation from each At Dawsen Springs, Hepkinp county, in October. The fish will please take county shall be eno delegate for each one where he has every attention. It wns the Generally fair and slightly warmer; due notice. Ben Capps shot four times at Jehn hundred aud one delegate for each desire nnd command of his employers easterly winds. Fer Tennessee and Kentucky Fair; without effect and then attacked fraction ever fifty votes cast for Ben- that everything be done te insure comhim with a knife, seriously cutting him. fort, aud their wishes arc being complied easterly te southerly winds. Fer a lame back or for a pain in the jamin Harrison in 18S8. Capps escaped. side or chest, try saturating a piece of Fer Indiana and Illinois Pair, Representation from each county in the with. llanncl with Chamberlain's Pain Balm Distilct is urgently desired either by by showers in northwestern film Pitv rVmttnll nt I?ln1 nv 1ms nnssnil and binding it onto the affected parts. delegate or nrexv. According te The Outlook there is a Illinois; slightly Ed. Daum. cooler; beutherly an erdinanco declaring that the C. and 6. This treatment will cure any ordinary Chair. First Appellate Court District splendid outlook for a geed bakery in winds. Owingsville. has forfeited its riglit te tue ierry case in one or two days. Pain Balm also Fer Wcht Virginia and Western PennMrs. W. B. Mathews is seriously ill 00 cent bottles for privileges at that place by their failure cures rheumatism. Hen. Jehn P McCartney will address sylvania Fair, preceded by showers In with fever. sale by Power & Royneltls. te keep a suitable beat in the trade. the old soldiers at a reunion at Grange mountain regions; slightly warmer; easterly winds. Near Lexington the young wife of the It is almost the unanimous opinion of Jacou Bierley of this city will shortly City owner and the press that the marrying business at start a bakery at Flcmiugsburg. well known trottiug-herslliurtwluy-- (lumen. Theodere Sciiall of Covington was rnlnnr Wllllnm I. Ttnmlnv. wns fntnllv Aberdeen should be stepped. Ne mau 6 Bosten. I Hen. Helt burned while cleaning a dress with gaso- ever dared or cared te lnterfere with the union ofW. II. soldiers will address the re- killed iu the elevator shaft of Stix, Crouse IClnclnnatl Philadelphia. I St. Leurs. 7 near Grange City ite Ce., Cincinnati. old line, and her veuncr babv was se badlv old 'Squire's rights, but since the old S Loukvlue Brooklyn 3 . m 9 death the disapproval of his methBaltimore (Chicago injured that It died. i Rev. B. W. Mebane will preach at the Pittsburgh i 8 ods of marrying is outspekon. Whether Gazette The 6 About three years age Professer Joe right or wrong theie arc evidently some like it Flemingiburg by some leeks new M. E. Church at Aberdeen ucxt Sunday 1 New Yerk was printed Turner of Knox county, aged 05 years, pcople engaged in the business new who knows the difference between a eno who afternoon at 3 .30 o'clock. printing-presIletr They I tan I:. drew $5,000 from the hank te glve it te a have no power or authority whatever te . Wen. Lest Per Ct Miss Madisenia Tedd, aged 70, died at and a flftcen year old girl te marry him. That perform the sacred ceremony. m 31 .739 the home of her brother, James M. Tedd, Cleveland night the menoy was stelon and the old CS 19 Pittsburgh .t9S and Wnllace S. Gnd- In Frankfort Tuesday. W. G. J. T. Hueuely of Danville has Just re- gell, the Dearine man did net cot his bride. Last week. Des ten 7 19 .687 Democratic and Republican Jehn Uenderspn, a nephew of the old fused 817.000 for Faunle. H., by Red Electors for this District, will open the ii en Miss Resa Hu.mihhey. aged 20. had Chicago Brooklyn 21 Wilkes. She Is the dam of that wonder- campaign at Owingsville Monday. man, was arrested for the theft. a Js her left feet amputated at Sapp, Fleming Cincinnati S4 23 trotter, Evangeline, ful 2:18 county, a few days age. Philadelphia 24 23 A numiieh of people in Carter and by Director. The offer was made by a .fit There is no truth In the statement that 23 24 Loulsville .478 Lewis county have been swindled by a California party, who, it is supposed, in- the Invitation te Hen. W. C. P. BreckinThe Governer offers a reward of $125 New Yerk , 21 23 .457 man who pretends te he selling an ency- tended te breed her te Director. Last ridge te deliver the address at the open- for the capture of George Black, charged 18 40U BalUmere clopedia and collects small sums in ad- winter G. II. Moero paid if 18,000 te J. B. ing of the World's Fair is te be with- with murder in Lewis county. 17 27 .400 Et Leuis One man who Creighton for Evangeline, and she has drawn vance from purchasers. 14 53 Woshlntrtea .29d had given up $2 became suspicious and net lest a race this year, being by far the The Ledger was in error the ether day Hirer Ceiii Mines te Clese. en investigation found that the man was best pcrformer in her excellent stable. Charles A. Gardner, under the man- in stating that Dennis Crew had been armm a fraud. IIe get his money back, after agement of Sidney R. Ellis, will be at rested and placed in jail for stealing a PiTTsnuneii, Pa., Sept a The rlrcr There will be a reunion of the Sixth Washington which the swindler escaped. en next Thurs- watch. coal operators have decided te close Cavalry, C. S. A., Colonel day night, September 15th, in his tyrelean Kentucky the mines In the The editor of The Ledger acknowl- Grigsby's regiment, Qeueral Jehn II. comedy. " Fatherland." Soets en sale at William E. Pyles of Sardis and Miss downurc still In operation rlver district that en Saturday. edges the receipt of a handsemly-en-graveLillian U. Vansaut will be married nt the Mergau's command, at the Fair Grounds Nelsen's Monday at 8 a. in. card inscribed-M- rs. In Somerset, Ky., en Wcdnesday, SepPresbyterian Church, Elizaville, en the The reason assigned for the shutdown is the small demand, but the real sigAmong the incidents of childhood that 14th Jehn A. Legan tember 14th. Net only the okCenfedorato requests the pleasure) of yourself and trlemls soldier, but the Federal soldier, without Btand out In bold relief, ns our memory nificance of the action is regarded as a, te meet Read what our young friend Dan preparation for the reLejrsn Pests, 0. A. It. of the U. S., rcgnrd te regiment or command, are most reverts te the days when we woreyoung, Spalding says The Jehn A. te The Ledger about the duction In the wages of the miners. It cordially Invited te nttend nnd participate none are mero prominent than severe The Q rand Army of the ltupublle feasibility of a plug tobacco factory In Is very prebablo anil Weman's ltollef Cerps of Illinois, in the exercises of this day, the pleasure sickness. The young mother vividly that the cut will be Tuesday eveutntr, September twentieth, 18U2, of which will be treasured up in the Chamber-Iain'Maysville. it was that resisted strongly. from 8:J0 tell:, Cough Remedy cured her of memories of both the soldier and the at Calumet Place. Sanitary Poltceineo at Chicago. There was a baldhcadud rumor in town croup, and in turn ndminlstcrs it te her corner of Thlrtoenth and Cliften sts., N. V. citizen own offspring and always with the best last night that Sullivan hail cut his threat, Cihcaoe, Sept a Twenty sanitary All comrades and friends going te Suit has been instituted In the Law results. Fer sale by Power & Royneltls. but he had simply drowned his sorrow in policemen and medical inspectors were Washington can secure cots and accommo- and Equity Ceuit, of Louisville, against a schooner of beer. Thursday detailed te be en duty at the dations In the McGruder Building by pay- Judge T. F. Uargis for a large amount of Jn the Circuit Court at Georgetown Milt The largest sample of geld quartz evor city health oflke night and day, te ing $1 25 te elther of the committce, menoy. The plaintiffs in the actten are Keudall, Jr., charged with killing Jehn Geerco Crawford, George Cllnger, Jehn the Prosident, Directors and company of Jar vis, was acquitted. Kendall was eno mined in Mentana was taken out of the beard Incoming trains and steamers. Its weight is 1,785 Heretofore the ferco for the purpose V. Day, Jehn Walsh and Dr. Panghurn. of the Bank of Kentucky. The suit is of the principals In the fight of August, Mclntyre ledo. The money must be paid by the 14th of en two promlsery notes for $1,833 33, 1891, between the Jarvls brothers ami old pounds. It came from nenr the surface has consisted of two men. the month, or they will he left out. Com- each, given In part payment for the resi man Kendall and his four sons, in which Thore are ether large samples, which He Cholera In Great Britain. rades will meet at Pest room en the night dence en Fourth near Kentucky sticet, Jehn Jarvis and C. J. Montgomery wero came from the Shafer shaft nt the depth Londen. Sept 0. The local governof the 17th. All frlends going will meet Louisville, purchased from the assignees klllett. "Heets' Kcnuan, wne escaped of 110 feet; oue from the Musscr shaft, at C. and O. Dopet. Bccure your tickets of Richard Trabue. Plaintiffs ask for from jail last November, with his 100 feet, and another from the working ment beard declares that thore Is net a at the depot, Time of departure will be the enforcement of their Hen held en brothers, surrendered himself In Bourbon shaft, 200 feet. All are destined for ex- case of cholera In Great Urltaln or Irehibition at the World's Fair at Chicago. land. county. given later. Take your grub. ...... the property Iu question. Sullivan-Corbett appear The Lexingtm Transcript will shortly Bill Lindsay, bv Vasco. made a record of 2:18 at the Lexington Fair. Sterling en the leth. Hen. Waller Sharp's three-year-ol- d T. B. Chlnn died at 3 o'clock this morning at his home en East Second street after a liugering illness of several In 0M Times a Sharp Watch Was Kept weeks. He was an old and resident en the Coek'H Dishes. of this city. His age was in the neighborhood of 80 years. The funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 11:30 o'clerk, at his The fear of poison which haunted the late residence. Burial at Mt. Olivet mind of every person of quality during Church, in Eastern part of the county. the Mlddle Ages gave rise te certain curious customs, and even to certain superSudden Death. stitions. When dlshc are new served airs. uzzic 'J. nemas, living en Cnrmel covered it Is understood that it is merely for the purpose of keeping them warm. street in the Sixth Ward, died very sud This wns net. however, the principal rea- denly yestcruay morning about 7 e clecK. son why they were served covered during She had been in her usual health the day the Dark Agefc. It wus the fear that poison before, though worried with the thought might he introduced into them surrepti- that one of her boys was going te run tiously between the kitchen and the table away with the circus. A physician was called t see her when where they were te he served te the kings or lords, or even te persons of In- she was taken sick with nausea, but death came befero she could be relieved. terior rank. The immediate cause of her demise The covers were net removed until the master of the house had taken his place. was net ascertained. A husband and seven children survive All dishes afterward served were brought her. en the tabic in the sumo manner. It was the custom originally, when the A liued Tliluc te Keep at Hand. dishes were uncoveredfer semo of the servants te first partake of them, but Frem The Trey (Kansas) Ohief. Seme this custom was afterward in part re- years age we were very much subject te placed by the servants touching the feed severe spells of cholera merbus; and new with eno of several objects which were when we feel any of the symptoms that regarded as infallible preservatives usually proceed that ailment, such as against poison. sickness at tic stomach, diarrheea, etc., The objects were the horn of the uni- we become scary. We have found Chamcorn, a serpent's tongue, the fabulous berlain's Celic, Cholera and Diarrhcua stone found in the head of a toad, ser- Remedy the very thing te straighten eno pentine, agate and ether stones. The out iu such cases, nnd always keep it first wns considered the best, but as the about. We are net writing this for a pay unicorn never existed, its horn was re- testimonial, but te let our readers knew placed by that of the narwhal or by n what is a geed thing te keep in the shark's teeth, which where sold by all house. Fer sale by Power & Reynolds. the druggists instead of it and under its name. Married. Many persons kept a small piece of it at the bottom of their drinking glasses. Charles H. Slack of Bristel, Tcnn., and Unicorn's horn was se rare and precious Mrs. Lizzie Wadsworth of this city that it was worth mere than ten times its were married yesterday afternoon at 1 weight in geld. o'clock at the home of tne bride's mother It was never proved that the stone en Fourth street. Rev. B. W. Mebane alleged te cemo from the head of the of the Central Presbyterlnn Church was toad had that origin, and the druggists tne eiuciating minister. The bride is well known and has many that sold It knew that what they vended was a mineral dug out of the earth, hut friends in this city, in the vicinity of this did net prevent the fraud or put an which she has passed her whole life. She is an accomplished musician. end te the superstition. At the tirae of Leuis XIV. and Leuis The groom is a prominent citizen and XV. the faith in these talismans had con- newspaper man of Bristel, Tenn. He is siderably weakened, but all the dishes editor of The Bristel Courier. placed en the royal tables were touched, Mr. and Mrs. Slack left en the L. aud as well as the plate, the napkin, the knife, N. after the ceremony for their home at the fork and the toothpick of the mon- Bristel. arch, with a piece of bread, which the chief of the goblet nt once swallowed. Echoes of the Fight. well-known The IlarbarUm of Thtr Pcxittlen D uounced The Acting Secretary of the Marjr Refetea the Cee of Bandy Uoek m a Place et Iterug. . Quarantine, a I. Sept. 0, The cholera situation at quarantine is, no doubt. very grove. Net only are new cases breaking out every day among the steerage passongcreef the Nermannla and Rugia, the former of whom are en Heffman Island, but it has new settled well among the crew of the big express steamer, who are en beard. If anything can be added te the horror of the situation, H Is the fact that the cabin passengers, who have been free from any sign of the disease, are still kept, like rate In a trap, inclesed with in the sides of the steamer, with cholera raging alongside them. "Ne ship te put them en; no place where I can land them," seya the health officer, whlle the agenta, whose place it Is te see the passengers cared f6r, say nothing. Dr. Jenkins has mode strenuous exertions te obtain a place te put the well passengers, but np te the present he has been unsuccessful. Thursday he thought that he hed every thing arranged. On his return from the lewei bay, whero he had been with Gen. Hamilton, te visit the site efthe proposed encampment. Dr. Jenkins te the reporters that all or rongementfl hed been made Everything appeared te be plain sailing; but a gentleman whose friends were en tbs steamer had shown the correspondent of the Associated Press a telegram te Austin Cerbln from Secretary Tracy, ei the navy, stating that the use of Somdy Hoek had been refused. On seeing Dr. Jenkins shortly after he had gene te his otllee and had opened his correspondence, he asked htm if it was true, s and, after slight hesitation. Dr. handed him the tclegremt As regards the situatieu at lower quarantine, things are no better than en the previous day. In fact, they are much worse in regard te mortality, eleven fresh cases and four deaths being the day's record, though eno of the deaths took place at e very late hour Ill-fat- . 7 Jen-kin- M M M Mays-villc- mass-meetin- g fifty-thir- uum-bcrlan- o Oseu-baug- h pre-ced- ed 'I e I 1 vet-eran- 's I I I I s threshing-machinem in m four-year-ol- d m Opera-hous- e 1 d much-talkcd-- s 79 . j vMi-- - - JMJuH igbssJ Vtt Ab M,lti!lt Hfig jV. . &$f 7ffe' T "- -' & -- 'rW- V r .Hg3 'r'yy-V- - v- -V- -- -- 'vvh- W-- V VF !???- -; "." .f(i v ''W""' f ir" fe FOREIGN PAPER MONEY. Dank Nete Currency of Various Oeuntrlet In the Old and Mew Worlds. The bank of England neto la five inches by eight in dimensions, and U a V", - t VT"--w- 7 WAYS OF SLEEPING. -- Cxctly Opposite Conditions Sought People of Different Nations. by Presidential Campaign' bl 1892! GRAND INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF . frtttftefra DAILY. KXCKIT SUNDAY, HY tongues during the,present Preslihuitlnl campaign. Their utterances de Incalculable harm te the Democratic cause, THG PUBLIC LEDGER WlU-IAVl- te the CO. feated It will be largely owing tci loudly nnd indlscreetly expressed sympathy proceeding from tliese shores. "We are handicapped by the general of the ceuntiy." Tint wti the dlspalrlng comment of a prominent Demoty nndlf Mr. Clkvfund lsnuerall de- JTMllfMl COX. TllOMA A. DAVIS, William H. WAPweRTir,Jr., Trtaturtr. Stmtary EMer anil Mitnager. THOMA A, Davis, v BAXVKt.T.Utcxx?'. Ait't EMer mul Bookkeeper. BOARS OF DIRECTORS. M. C. nrnr.LL, H. Cox, Vjlli W. 11. Wadswehtii, Jr.. A. Jl. J. Ceciiban, . TnOMAS A. DAVIS. pre-.peri- cratic Demecrvtic Handicaps. chlertaln, upon the repeit of tin Democratic Laeor Couiui'rsieuer of New Yerk. OFFICE fMie Lrl0r SUBSCRIPTIOXS-I- X BuitiUnff, A'e. A D VAXCE. 10 Eant One Tear Six Menth....... S3 Thre 3Ienth... Ter Menth . Ivab)e TO ............. .. 1 .... 80 13 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. It refiecn pretty accurately the sentiments of the Democratic managers generally. Their stock in tinde is calamity. Prosperity is te them what p.iris green Is te a potato bug they shrivel, shrink and die by its touch. Yes, inHandicapped by prosperity! deed, you are, Democrats; and here is a brief outline of the weight3 you must 3 Cent te carrier at pad el month. 1. The report of the Bureau of StaAdvertising rates uniform and reason- tistics, showing, instead of a strangled S3 able and made Tcneien en application at commerce, a foreign trade for 1892 the office. SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. larger than ever before in our his'eiy; an expeit trade for the same year amounting for the first time te n billion ZSTThis is most liberal combination offer ever made in the United States, dellers; an Itnpeit trade mere than half of which is absolutely free of duty, and and every reader of The Public Ledger should tale advantage of it at once. a lower average Tariff rate than under ZThe money must, in all cases, accompany the orders. the old law. 2. The report of the Senate CommitAddress nil orders te A HOUSE OF GLASS. tee showing that the average price of THE PUBLIC LEDGER, Idea of an Kccantrle rretK"h- 214 articles of general consumption has The Quw-JIAYSVILLE, KY mnn. declined under the new Tnriff .04 of 1 At the city of Dinard in the departcomparison, per cent, by one method of France, there ment of 1.8 ir cent, by another, while in the lives a man distinguished both for his p?ire time agricultural products have originality of ideas and for the fullness aJanced 18.23 per cent., and general of his money bags, says the Chicago in nec SIGNO VINCKS. wages have advanced .75 of 1 per cent. Herald. He has been speaking and teaching for a long time upon the ne3. The report of Laber Commissioner We have just received fifty pieced of Dress Goods in Peck, mentioned above, showing that in cessity of men beginning te lead lives A Werd te of greater purity, se that they need net the great E'iipire State there wes an be afraid of huving all their deeds unIn the amount of wages paid dur- der The hejte of the party lira In the expanilen the Incessant supervision of socien ing the fiist year of the McKinley Tar ty. He is himself willing te submit te of a Ktaltcart Itepubllcan press. The ehe readi or ethencite hetpi te iff of 0,377,923 ever the year befe-Crepens, the trial and wants te find ethers te a Democratic pajer te the exeluilen of that production increased 31,315,130, de the same. He has determined te A Man'n Flrive Conflict With an Ofean men party iririjier H untrtie ' one of hit Monster. house built all of and the average yearly earnings of em- have a three-storte the llepublleaH came. The waters about New Zealand, like peoyes Increased $23 11 in the fame glass. A dwelling of such transparVnanlmeaily subscribed te by tlte National in nil t lie new and desirable shades for fall, only ollew its inhabit- these of the Seuth Pacific in general, Hepubttcan Leayue. from e0 cents up te SI 50 per yard. Alse time, while 2Se,r") Individun1 cnpleyes ency would net splendid prospect in are infested with a formidable species ants at all times a a new line of Gimps in silk, steel nnd jett. J. S. CLARKSON, President. had their wpes rai?d, nnd strikes were every direction upon the beautiful of shark, which does net hesitate te A. B. HUMPHREY. Secretary. 1710 less numerous. country surrounding the place but also attack human beings. Many tragedies 4. The report of the Democratic Suexpose the minutest details of the daily have been recorded from this caue, and New that our home elections are ever, perintendent of the Banking Department life of the people in the house te the many narrow escapes have been effected says The Liverpool Eche,tio great of New Yerk state, showing that deposits inspection of the entire city. The by fishermen, sailors and bathers. The which U proceeding In the United an New Zealand Herald describes a desof the in Fiving banks en July 1st, I6y2, bed originator willing idea has found en perate fight which recently took place BROWNING & CO., 51 WEST SECOND STREET. ' te build the house architect Stites of .America increased $S0,'5S2,516 33 ever the depedts condition of payment in advance. Rut in Mnnukau harbor, a great inlet from begins te naturally en January 1st, 18C9, while the number of will British Advice, attract a little mere depositor Iips increased from 1.C62 &u2 there is no renting agent thatbe a take the ocean near Auckland. r at Mr. Henry Jucobsen. the ugeney for iL If it is te attention. The fight te 1,530,133 house for bachelors, they say, they North Manukau Heads, was out In his in the same tlnin. Heuse for the White Here ere four weight-;- one for each may be able te de something with it, beat about sis miles down the harbor. tills next fall is going te be en u stu- leg of the Democratic mule, te hamper but they cannot find a female, they A squall struck and swamped his beat, think, that would consent te live in a and left him in the water. The beat pendous scale, ami Its resdlt may be him in his hopeless race for the M.VNUKACTUHE11S AND DEALERS IN glass house. Nevertheless, the old was heavily ballasted, and trunk. He preguaut with the most startling consesteke". What a show the ridicu gentleman is determined te realirxs his dived and attempted te rcllevu the balquences, net alone for the citizens of the leus benst is ranking of hliirMf, te be idea. last, bul failed. A great Republic, but for the whole of the sure. .Taeobsen was a geed swimmer, and civilized world. It is a battle which WITHOUT A COUNTRY. resolved te make for the land. He Alse Aeents keh thr these at home, if they wish te show their A Menurch Who lln Abam!tml All HU grasped an ear and struck out manfully. The Republicans of Masen county I'UhSnsslOUD wisdom and discretion, would de well te should be en Hut he hal net counted en the tide, hand at the convention te Deerinsr Milan, the former king of Servia, oc- which at that hour was running very watch In a spirit of reticence and with- be held at the Courthouse next Monday. cupies at the present moment the most strong, and instead of being able te Adjoining Opera-housout display of feeling or partisanship. MAYSVILLE, KY, extraordinary iwsitien which it is make a direct course for land, was e should asBritish apostles of conceive, says the New Yerk swept three miles farther down the harOur neighbor of The Jiulletin has possible te sume an indifference, if they have It net. He has abandoned net only bor. gene Inte the riddle businen. He evi- Recorder. On such an occasion it is gospel truth As he was lying upon the water, aland STAPLE dently thinks there is anffiuiruspmeng all his rights as a member of the reignthat if speech be silvern, silence is ills readers. ing house of Servia, as well as his prop- most exhausted, he saw a large shark erty, honors, and dignities in the king- coining close upon him. He knew It golden. America is just new divided dom, but he has even renounced hia was a and the knowledge did politically into two great camps, formed Mr. Cleveland should Ir3e no time citizenship and undertaken never again net increase the comfort of his situaRepublicans en the one hand, and of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, in consulting Mr. Sullivan. The te set his feet in the country. There Is tion. Democrats en the ether. General The shark grabbed at his hand, but can new tell him exactly hew a man some talk of his becoming naturalized the present occupant of the White as a Russian, but he has net done be Jacobsen gave him the ear in its Btcad, And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand feels when he Is " kuecked out." Heuse, has been chosen te again de batyet, and accordingly he is just new and was about te ram the implement without any nationality or civil status down the creature's threat when It tle for the Republicans, who are best AND FOR SAT.K II Y T. W. McLaughlin benght of J. D. of any kind. He Is without what the drew bnelc It circled round nnd round known ever here a9 steeped te the lips of unim- French describe as an etat civil, and is, him, and presently rushed straight for in Protection, and as the aiders nnd sup- Cushman one hundred acres purposes, an porters of the McKinley Turin, which proved land near Fern Leaf, paying $in te all intents and no legal rightsoutlaw, him again. of any This time the man had his sheath per acre. When we had the Walker since he possesses was boomed with the declaration tint it e old kind whatsoever, lie Is the most home- knife drawn, and, holding the car as a Tariff and these "gced was te raisa workmen's waes throughless and abandoned of creatures, and shield, stabbed the shark in the side. out the state, and te inaugurate nn era times," this laud would net have brought Ids position is se abnormal that the The bleed ilewed, reddening the water emperor of Austria has deemed It all about of unheard-o- f peace and prnperity. The $50 an acre. necessary te deprive him of the honorary The shark drew back, wounded as it Democrats of the United States have If Grever Cleveland only knew colenelship of the Austrian regiment of was, and made another attack. This chosen as their leader Mr. G rover Clevewhat a widespread inflnence The Bul- infantry which he has hitherto held and time Jacobsen struck the fish a ripping land, whose tenure of office as President, letin persesses; if the te remove his name from the Austrian blew near the tall This seemed toe rewhich closed four years age, they statesman only succeeds in army list. It is the first time that a much for it, and it swam away. It Is call as justifying his king has ever placed himself In such a Jacobsen was new left in a greatly Presidency; If our neighpredicament as that of the exhausted condition, clinging te his ear, perhaps toe much te say that Mr. Cleve- winning the bor can only be induced te transfer ib he was te be hoped land and his party go te the poll as the plant te Washington City In that event; of Servia, and it is a precedent tliat It in the bloody water. Just as te reach KENTUCKY. will net constitute giving up hepo of being able MAYSVILLE, but avowed champions of the land a beat from the pert hevo in if but there are se many inteivenlng they are certainly In favor of Tariff re- " FRENCH CONVERSATION. sight He was seen, and hauled Inte Ifs" that It's hardly possible our esform, and caii point te the teirible labor Idra Is Irevalrnt In the the beat, after being in the water two teemed contemporary will ever be se- Interchange of Household. troubles in the teuntry, due te the imhours and a half. He was unable te ps the personal organ of the great Children being nearly always at table speak for a considerable time. pending great reduction in wages, as lected only Grever. and In France, and conversation often being clear evidence of the fact that, whatIameIhk an Eagle. animated among their ciders, they hear ever the McKinley bill may have done DEALKRS IN Antone Nelsen, a Colerado cowboy,' a great deal that was never intended WerM'i Xlr XetM. in pouring Increased wealth into the for them, and they get a sort of educa lassoed an eagle a few days age. Nel English music and composers will net pockets of- plutocrats and monopolists unrepresented at the World's Celum tien in talkativeness by mere example, son was riding ever the prairie en bis Mr. Carnegie, it has signally failed be Exposition next year. Among these says Gilbert namerten, In Forum. They llttle cow pony with a lasso tied te his MANTELS, like GRATES, bian te ameliorate the condition of the who have accepted an invitation te ut maka llttle use of this in the presence of saddle, when he saw the cagle flying masses, or te better the earnings of the tend is Dr. A. 0. Mackenzie, who will Btrangers during boyhood or girlhood, ahead of him, quite close te the ground. his pony en a run toward of his conduct artisan or mechanic. Great issues have, Sharen," aorperformance work. "Rese of but it bursts out afterward when they He Btartcd and when a short distance some ether Tinware, Tin Reefing, Guttering and Spouting. get te a talking age. It is recognized the bird, therefore, te be decided within the next One of the features of the California by custom that when a family is in pri- away threw his rope, which settled few months, but they have te be decided exhibit at the Exposition will be a pamvate every eno has a right te talk or net ever the eagle's neck and under eno OF ALIj IUND3 Kiecntfu In tltfl bwt maimer. by the Americans themselves, and for pas palace, twenty feet square, which as he pleases, and silence being permit- wing, and he succeeded In getting the JOBaWOKK Building. ted, the taciturn will take advantage of bird te the ranch house alive. The be erected in the State their own geed and proper reasons. will palace is the contribution of Mrs. The W. F. 1WGR. The discussion of the question at issue Harriet W. R. Streng of Whlttier, Cal., it; still nothing is mere national in eagle measured eight feet from tip te L. C. ULATTKRMAN. OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. wings. from the English pointef view has only who is a large grower of pampas plumes. French life than talkativeness at meal tip of Its times, even when the family alone Is one effect in the states, and that injuriA huge octopus or devilfish hus been fc About Tuning; Instrument. captured outside the Golden Gate, Cal., present This does at least kecp up the ous and paralyzing te these who are It has often puzzled the uninitiated te measured four- national power of talking, though the fishermen. SOLE AGENTS W1R Every by semo from the end It the body te the mill wheels of conversation have fre- give a reason why musicians tune their fighting the battle of of teen feet public expression of opinion in this end of the longest tenacle, and has eight quently very llttle groin te grind Talk instruments in public and net befero MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES, country hostile te the McKinley Tariff, arms, and as is usual with the fish, there of this kind has semo use as a stimulat- they enter the orchestra. If they tuned BOO suckers en the arms. befero entering the The their instruments are ever ANI) DEALERS, IN- from a British point of view, la tele- body is nothing but a huge sack, and Is ing exercise of the lighter faculties, theater or concert room the temperaacross the Atlantie and eagerly soft and flabby; it is about two feet lone. which In ether countries are often left ture is very opt te be different in the graphed unexercised. MANTELS, STOVES, GRATES, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, The merits of it are its reproduced In the Republican papera There are two eyes about an inch in facility of expression and its ample place of performance, and therefore the and a faint rescmblance te a instruments would net be in tunc, A RofrlBCrater. WiMhliifr Maclilne. WrliiKera and Kllehcn Bpeclttltli'. We will net throughout the country. As we said beand mouth. This specimen Is eno choice of language; the defects of It, in All ifoeils jfuurnnteed op rvpruxintcd. Tin ltoennr, (lutierlntriind Ik undersold. If they beak best in the country, and will be France, may be included under the eno piano that is in tune in a cold room apostles of fore, the general Jeb Werk. of the would get out of tune if the room were wish te further principles they are be DrMerved and sent te Chicago for exhlbi- - head of Insufficient or In&ccurate inforMAYSVUiLE, KY. 28 anil 30 W. Second Street, suddenly heated, mation. prdBd of, should rigidly held their tlen at the Exposition. finely-execute- ADVERTISERS. cany: ?lK printed in lilaelt ink en Irish linen wotep-ltncpaper, plain wnive wivn ragged edges. The notes of the banque de France are mude of white, water- lined paper, printed in blue and blaclc. with numerous mythological and allegorical pictures, and running In denem franc neto inatien from the twenty-Uv- e te the eno thousand franc. Seuth American currency, In most countries, Is about the slze and general appearance of American bills, except that cinna men brown and slate blue are the colors, and that Spanish and Portuguese are the prevailing language engraved en the face. The German currency is rather artistic, accordThe bills are ing te Gelden Days. printed in green and black. They run in denominations of from five te eno thousand murks. Their later bills are printed en silk fiber paper. The Chlnese paper currency is in red, white and yellow, with gilt lettering devices. and gorgeous llttle The bills, te the ordinary financier, might pass for washing bills, but they arc worth geed money in the flowery kingdom. Italian notes are of all sizes, shapes and colors. The smaller bills five and ten lyre notes are printed en white paper in pink, blue and carmlne inks, and ornamented with a finely engraved vignette of King Humbert. The one hundred ruble neto of Russia is barred from top te bottom with all the colors of the rainbow, blended as when shown through a prism. In the center, In bold relief, stands a large, vignette of Empress Catherine I. This is in black. The ether engraving Is net at all intricate or elaborate, but is well done In dark nnd light brown and black inks. The Australian bill is printed en llghtrcolered thick paper, which shows none of the silk fiber marks or geometrical lines used in American currency an a protection against counterfeiting. hand-draw- n d r e. Republicans. Jtcjnib-litaiij-p- e; The things which one person seeds te make him sleep are precisely the thing which would keep nnerther awake all night Even the Bcdntlve medicines which put eno person immediately into a heavy slumber excite another Inte a condition of nervous restlessness. The European or American, in order te Bleep well, ordinarily requires a downy pillow under the head, but the Japanese, stretching himself upon a rush mat en the fleer, puts a hard, sauare block of weed under his head, and docs net sleep well if he docs net have it The Chlneeo makes great account of his bed, which is vry low ludaed scarcely rising from the fleer but is often carved exquisitely of weed, but It never occurs te him te make It any softer than the rush mats will render it Whlle the pcopleof the nerthurn countries cannot sleep unless they have plenty of room te stretch out their legs the Inhabitants of the tropics often curl themselves up llke monkeys at the lower angle of a suspended hammock nnd sleep soundly In that position. The robust American often covers himself with a pair of blankets and throws his window wide open te the air, even in the winter time, und he does net complain If he finds a little drift of snow .across the top of his bed in the morning. The Russian, en the contrary, likes no sleeping place be well as the top of a big soapsteno stove In his domicile. Crawling out of this blistering bed in the morning he likes te take a plunge in a cold stream, even if he has te break the ice te get into it The Laplander crawls, head and all, into a bag made of reindeer skin, and sleeps warm and comfortable within it The East Indian, at the ether end of the world, also has a sleeping bag, but it is mere porous than the Laplander's. Its purpose is te keep out mesqui tees mere than te keep the sleeper warm. Whlle the American still clings te Ids feather pillow, he Is steadily discarding his feather bed in favor of the hair or straw mattress. The feather bed is relegated te the country, and many people who slept upon it all through their childhood find themselves uncomfertablo upon it in their maturity. The Gennan net only sleep upon a featherbed but underneath one. The feather covering used in Germany, however, concludes the Youth's Companion, is net se large or as thick as the one which is used as a mattress, and the foreigner who undertakes te sleep beneath it often finds his feet suffering from cold while his shoulders are suffering from heat FIGHT WITH A SHARK. THE PUBLIC LEDGEE. The Presidential Campaign of 18D2 will, without doubt, be the most intensely Interesting nnd exciting in the history of the United States, nnd country people will be extremely anxious te hnve all the GENERAL nnd POLITICAL NEWS nnd discussions of the day ns presented in a National Journal, in ndditien tp that supplied by their own local paper. To meet this want we hnvc entered into n centrnct with the-- NEW YORK WEEKLY TEIBUNE The Leading Republican Paper of the United States which cnnblcs us te offer that splendid Journal (regular subscription price year) nnd The Public LEDunit for one year ! 81 per FOR ONLY 3 25A YEAK, CASII IN ADVANCE. ' "IN. Y. 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The fallen idol passed a restless night at the St Charles, and before daylight broke and while roystercrs wcre still The Belief That Winter Will Step the about in numbers the defcated man walked into the almost deserted corriCholera is Erroneous. dors of the hotel He looked haggard, and his swollen face aroused feelings of The Profeiser Advises Personal Clcanlln&M pity in the hearts of these who watched him. and Attention te Digestion as tlie licit Individual The reverses of fortune has cut SulliPrecautions Curbolle Acid and Subllnwte DlilnfcctniiU. van te the quick. He is "An American has whipped me," he asBerlin, Sept 0. Prof. Virchow, who serted. "That is the only satisfaction lias returned from a visit te Russia, that is left te inc new." The efforts of speaks in terms of praise of the Russian his friends te cheer him up were .unaofficials who, in some respects, he says, vailing. "Te think thatt a boy has are in advance of these of Germany. lie beaten me," was another lament New excepts from these expressions of ap- that the end has cemo he has cursed the proval the officials of the Velga region enemy that swept him en te sure dewhom he evidently considers net as feat Te Jack McAuliffe he delivered a trustworthy as these whom he has met temporance lessen. "Boeze, my lad, in ether parts of the empire. lie says will down the strongest; don't touch that Russian statistics can be relied it" The advice was intended te be upon, although their value would al- personal and was received without comways be relative. West Russia Prof. ment The last scene in the ring is vividly Virchow reports te be free from the cholera plague, and although the recalled en every hand. Cerbott was cholera is present in Moscow, yet the the first man te reach his prostrated anfact that 000 beds are empty in the hos- tagonist te lend a helping hand. There pital bears evidence that It is net raging was something pathetic in that He address of the te such an extent as te tax the resources spoke but few words, but there arc sevof that city. In regard te the probable duration of eral versions in circulation. His voice the cholera epidemic, Prof. Virchow could scarce be heard above the din. says that the belief that the arrival of 'I entered the ring once toe often," was forwinter will Btep the cholera is errone- his admission. "I leave it ous, as there have been epidemics of ever." In his room bitter tears of disthe disease in winter. In regard te the appointment welled from eyes that symptoms and nature of cholera, Prof. could net be dried. Words of comfort failed in their misVirchow gives his opinion that even when there are symptoms of Asiatic sion. "I am beaten, beaten," was the decholera the fact that the comma bacilFew souls were perlus, peculiar te the disease, is net found, spairing cry. mitted te invode his quarters. The old proves that It is net Asiatic chelora. As te the rexnedies, Prof. Virchow Bterics of dissipation have begun again. Frem mouth te mouth there is eno says that spraying with diluted carbolic acid, is useless, in his opinion. lie ad- which may be of spurious coinage, but vises personal cleanliness and attention it is aillrmcd that the big fellow is already seeking consolation in drink te digestion, as the best individual "Jehn L. Sullivan will new beard a As a general preventative. Prof. Virchow considers that a porfect limited express with a through ticket quarantine would be effective, and that te the devil," is a common remark travelers should be carefully examined. MORE CHOLERA VICTIMS. He considers saloon passengers equally dangerous with stceraye passengers, The Yellow Flag Anln Kim Up te the Mast at Iletrman Inland. if they have been en the lnfectcd ships. Quahanti.n'E, N. Y Sept 0. A disAlthough Prof. Virchow considers that spraying with diluted carbolic acid is patch received from Sandy Hoek says net pf value, he regards carbolic acid that the Rugia, Nermannia and Heffand Hublimate as the best disinfectants, man island heisted the yellow flag and he advises the washing of the Thursday morning. According te the hands after touching a cholera patient cede of signals arranged by Dr Jenkins While the excretia or vomit from such Wednesday, this means that the sceurgo a patient, in the professor's opinion, are has fastened en mere victims. Until the means of communicating the infec- the report comes from the vessels tion, yet that communication can be and island, it will be impossible te made in numerous, different, and hardly learn hew many have been taken ill, or whether they are dead. A death suspected forms through .the pest, linen that is soiled, the beets was reported Thursday morning of a or shoes, the hands and the mouth. The cholera patient en Swinburne island as general tone of the professor's state- having occurred Wednesday night ment was encouraging, and he left no When the official report is received it doubt that in his opinion the worst was is supposed there will be further additions. The government tug Narkeeta known in regard te Russia. is patrolling the sound off Willetfs KnRlneer Iteuittcd Ailve. Point with orders te step all vessels Srw.NOFiELD, 0., Kept 0. Freight from foreign ports. train Ne. 01, westrbeund en the Dig A Heg's Leng Fust. Four, was derailed Thursday morning Blukftex, O. Sept e. On June 10 at Eneti, eight miles west of here, from last a strawstack was blown ever by some unknown cause. Twenty-fiv- e ears the wind, burying a hog for were derailed, and half of that number Chris Lecher, a farmer living north of burned up, most of them being leaded. town. The hog was net missed until a Engineer James Fergusen, of Dela- few days afterward. Imagine Lecher's ware, was caught under the locomotive, burprise Wednesday afternoon while reand burned alive before the eyes of moving the old stack te see the hog probethers of the crew. The less will cemo out of his prison in geed health, ably run ip te &30,000. Fergusen leaves after being shut up two mouths and a a wife and two little children. lie was half without feed or water. caught at the waist by beams between The French In Africa. two drivers, and held there until burned I'AMS, Sept 0. A dispatch from up in sight of his companions, whom he Kotenou states that CeL Dodds, bade geed-bafter making his dying mnnding the French expedition corn, against requests. the Dahemeyans, has with the main Sulllvun'n Netwj llndly llrnken. part of his forces, gene up the Oueme New Oklkans, Sept 9. Sullivan did The dispatch adds net get up until 10:30 o'clock Ills face river as far as Rede. is daily receiving CeL Dodds was in worse shape Thursday morning that proffers of submission from than it was Wednesday night, and the The French forces consist the tribes. of 3,300 pain is greater. Sullivan drank some troops and 2,000 porters. het coffee, a te some toast and boiled Three Were Illeuru te Atom. eggs and then sent for Dr. Leeman. Birmingham, Ala., Sept 9. A report When the doctor arrived he mode a careful examination and found Jehn's has reached here of a terrible explosion According nose badly broken. In fact, it was four miles from Bessemer. mashed ilat en his face. Dr. Leeman te the report received, the boiler of a set Sullivan's nose and dressed his cuts, steam sawmill exploded, wrecking the after which Sullivan went back te bed machinery and instantly killing three and read .the account of the fight Sul- men. One man was se badly wounded that he died an hour later. Three of livan eeems dazed at his defeat the men were blown te atoms. All Hut One County Hupubllajn. Little Recn, Ark, Sept 0. Election were laborers I'lty Hublten Hulllrun. returns come in slowly, but the indicaBosten, Sept. 0. An immense multitions are that Fishback will lead Whipple in the race by 5,000. Only one tude collected in Newspaper Rew county Faulkner is reported positive- Wednesday night te watch the bulletins ly for the Pepulites while It will lake of the New Orleans fight When the the official count te decide the vote in news of Sullivan's defeat was sent out, Nevada county. But one county in the there was a mighty rear, mingled with state has geno republican and that is exclamations of sorrow, and many a e Crushed the dew Chicot, in whieh the Negroes have an rough from eyes unused te demonstrations of overwhelming majority. pity. Escaped Murderer CnnuhU St. Leuis Imposition Open. Madisonville, Ky., Sept 0. Geerge St. Leuis, Ma, Sept 0. The St R. Killough, who murdered Pelly Leuis exposition of 1803 opened in this (Hepkins) county ten years Wednesday night for a age, and who eno year afterward broke with an attendance of forty days' run, 25,000 persons. jail at this place, has been apprehended The displays are finer than ever before, in Arkansas. He arrived here Thurs- and include some remarkable exhibits. day and was placed In jail. When 'Killough broke jail he left a wife and The art hall especially Is filled with masterpieces from the world's great eno child in this city, and when apprepainters. hended he was married and had two Colored Voters In Conference. children. Tnev, N. Y., Sept 0. A conference of Weman BaOraire In MlisUalppl. colored republicans was held here Jacksen, Miss., Sept 0. Female suf- Thursday for the purpose of devising frage has at last wen a victory in this plans ler a thorough organization of state. The first olectien perhaps at the colored voters of the state. The which women ever voted in the south attendance was large. Addresses were is that en the stock law question just delivered in the morning by Rev. J. R. closed in this county. Only a few ex- B. Smith, state cemmlttecman-at-large- . perienced the privilege. The law proan Elevator Shalt. Fell I)n vides that all persons who are houseCincinnati, sept 0. Peter Kllnge, holders and none ether shall vete en a houseman at the St Nicholas hotel, the feuce question. This admits all fell down the elevator shaft in the women who own a home te the right of building Thursday afternoon. He fell suffrage. from the fourth story. His hips were Prisoners Urcak JalL injuries susCiiattanoeqa, Sept 0. On account dislocated and internal prevo fatal. tained, which will likely of grets carolessneos en the part of the Cuble Director Uore. sheriff and jail officials, fifteen crimZanesvii.i.k, 0., Sept 0. Jehn Hege, inals breko jail here The escape was effected by sawing through the iron of this city, has been elected a director bars of the window. In the gang were of a company formed to lay a cable from Norfolk, Va., te Hafour murderers under sentence. They had bean working at the plan for two vana. The line will be eporated in months. The sheriff with a posse is In connection with the French Ocean Ca all-nig- ht It." heart-broke- fare-we- ll te-nig- s. bank-note- s, Talmage ' leaves Londen Saturday and will preach in Dublin and Belfast The Trades hotel, new building near press messenger en the Wichita and' World's fair grounds, will contain 8,300 Missouri Little Reck express en the ' rooms. Pacific, and after ransacking the safe Miss Maggie Carter, aged 52, hanged mode geed his escape The train left the Union depot at 0:10 o'clock, and herself ln Johnsen county, Tenn. her favorite cat died. vhcn it reached the Grand Avenue staDr. Vinsenzo d'Ella, of New Haven, tion a masked man entered the combination baggage and express ear, Ct, has challenged Dr. Luis Paraseune-la- , the same city, te fight a duel. The which was in charge of G. McLaughlin, combination baggageman trouble has grown out of an old love and express messenger. The bandit affair. Schuekler, of intimidated the messenger by pointing in Herr Alps, and his Stutgart, a tourist the guide have both two revolvers and finally succeeded in been killed by falling ever a precipice binding and gagging him. He then ex- en the Dolomite Funcrfinger Spltze, tracted the key of the express company's safe in the messenger's pocket, near Landre. Themas Rooney, of Plymouth; Pa., and opening the safe, 'secured five thou- having lest all his money and property sand dollars. When the train reached en the result of the Sullivau-CerbeSheffield, a suburb some distance out of fight, committed suicide Thursday night the city, the robber disembarked and by taking poison. made off with his booty. The train The planters of the Third district of proceeded several stations down the read before the rebbory was discovered. Louisiana who favor protection, in conThe conductor found McLaughlin vention here, nominated Jehn F. White, g republican of New Iberia bound and gagged, who, after being re- a leased, told the story of the robbery as parish, as the protectionist candidate given above and telegraphed headquar- for congress. A murder occurred at Lattimcr, ters in this city. Officers started en the Pa., Thursday, ns a result of the truil of the robber at once. fight The victim was It transpires that though it took but eno man te accomplish the active part Antheny Weeks, miner, who debated of the work, he was aided by an the merits of the fight with Gee. Waraccomplice. The accomplice guarded wick, another miner. At the Grand opera house, New Orthe rear doer te the express car while the ether man bound and gagged the leans, Thursday night, Cerbott was express messenger. The safe was a very presented with a cheek calling for the amount of the purse offered by light one, had no combination, but was locked with a key. Therefore the diff- the Olympic club te the victor in Wediculty of opening it was reduced te a nesday night's battle. Capt Keeney Hayner, of a canal beat minimum. lying at the water front, in Jersey THEY WILL NOT MEET. City, shot and killed Capt Michael Champien Cerbott Will Iletuse te right Adams, of another canal beat, and then shot his wife. He discovered them In a Jacksen Aguln. New Orleans, Sept 0. Champien compromising position. Mis3 Minnie Gale, the actress, was Jim Cerbott will bid adieu te his New Orleans friends Saturday afternoon, married te Archibald Cushman Hayncs, and in the beginning of next week the manager of the Equitable Life Assurof the fistic wonder will again be In the arms ance society, and of his wife. The Corbett people have Hamilton Disston Investment Ce., in engaged a special en the Piedmont Air New Yerk, Thursday evening. The wiU of the late Dr. J. W. White, Line, which will leave here Saturday morning at 4 o'clock. Corbett will be the eminent physician, who died at escorted te the train by a committee of Upper Sandusky recently, was filed He bequeaths all hi the Southern Athletic club, and there Thursday. will be a reusing send-of- f given the property and moneyed possessions te popular young pugilist, notwithstand- Miss Hattie Smoots, who has served as his housekeeper for years past ing the early hour. The little daughter of Daniel Moere "Corbett will never meet Jacksen again," said Delaney, "you may make was killed yesterday afternoon by a fall public. We are against fighting Ne- of twenty-flv- e feet from a bridge ever groes any mere, and we are particular- Mad river, west of Springfield, O. She ly catering te the wishes of our south- was playing with her companions en ern friends in this matter. Besides, the bridge, and approaching toe near Corbett has bested Jaeltsen already, and the edge, lest her footing and fell ever. nothing is te be gained by fighting THE MARKETS. again. We will pay no attention te Mr. Mitchell, and for the present will ignore Cincinnati, Sept. a all challenges, because we have engageruum Winter patent, HOSI 35, fancy, ments very far ahead." Corbett went ClttaaTO; family, N.C0G2.70; extra, J2.a2.40j down town Thursday morning and vis- low grade, it 0U12.00; spring patent, l 2SSl.tU; ited his friends. He was cheered wher- sprinsj fancy, 3 754 00; sprln? family, 3.253 3.50, Itye Heur, SS.6J33 tU ever he went Wheat A much better feeling Is exhibited, e senger, Securing Several Thousand Dollars. Kansa8 City, Me., Sept 0. A leno bandit held up a Missouri Pacific ex CONDENSED NEWS. Gathered Frew All Part of the Country by Telegrnptt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN First That Allen Drever, Calvert C. Arthur, dwnrd V. Hcrilden, Henry A. itecs, II. W. Jteei Brtd William .Manley have liecome In corperated by virtue of the previsions of tlie General Statutosef Kentucky undcrthe nema of Shnnnen and Fennnn Chnpel Turnplke Company, and the prlncipnl plnce of transacting business Is at the rvsldcnce of Jehn I). Hernden, Esq., Masen county, Ky. Second The nature of tue buslnei proiHlen, posed te be transacted Is the oeni malntonance and operation of a t uplke from the Bnrdls Turnplke Kead mar the read forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county line near Fermnn's Chtpel, a distance of about two nnd n half miles. Third Tlie capital stock of tnid corpora tlen is six thousand dollars. In shares of twenty-flvdollars each, the prl vate stoek te be paid In upon call of the Directors, and the stock of Masen county In acoerdnnco with theorderer the Court of Claims of Masen county. Fourth Said corporation shall cemmenco buplnces ns seen as two thousand dollars Is subscribed to thecapltnj stock and shall continue In cxlstence arty care. Filth The atlalrs nf the corporation are te he conducted by a President nnd a Heard of Directors, live In number, n Secretary and Treasurer, all of whom arc te be vtocklieldors In said corporation. The first set of eillcers shall be Allen Greor, President: II. V. Uoes, Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hcrnden, William Manley and Henry A. Itee, Directors; Edward F. Hcrnden, fcccretary: II. W, Hees, Treasurer, and they shall held their olllcea until the first Monday In April, Wa, nnd until their successors arc chosen and qualified: and every first Monday In April thercatter a Preste say much nbeut out ident and Heard of Directors chall be chosen by the stockholders, and a Secretary and Treasurer by the President and Heard of Directors te held for the ensuing year nnd until their successors nre chosen and rjualltled. Sixth The Indebtedness of "aid corporation shall at no time exceed the sura of five thousand dollars. Seventh The private property of the stockbut we pause te laugh with these who holders Is te be exempt Irem the corporate debts of said corporation. laugh nntl lumnrk that the big prospects April 13th. lew. of AI.LF.N GHOVRK, e IV' 'J' Vi ya tt Toe Busy Just Neiu life-lon- Cerbott-Sulliva- n Fall Opening, m 125,-00- 0, BIG TRADE nre just new about ns encouraging ns one could nsk for CALVEKTC. AKTHUlt. EDWARD F. HEKNDON, HEN'UV A. HEES, H. W. HEES, WILLIAM MANLEV. HENRY 0RT, MAYSVILLE. FURNITURE DEALER. A m mm store First-clas- s Line of vice-preside- nt Everything Usually Found inn I)i utr Stere. Allen A, Edmonds, P0WEII & EEYN0LDS. 'P rcsLi: zx:3E2 Euirxas, i.A7C7ttLE, 27. ,ijf m PURE DBDGS! Paint anil Oils, Best Brushes, Finest Soaps nnd Perfurnus. the Choicest A&seittucnt of Fancy Goods. Greatest Variety of Lamps All for sale by f J. JAMES WOOD DKUttUIST. l're-rnptii- J Maysville Ky. EIGHT MEN KILLED d y coat-sleev- train met an passenger train in a deep cut near Eckenrode's mills. The cut was filled with wreckage. Engineer C. W. Ferry and Fireman L. Parisli, of the passenger train, were taken out dead. The engineer and fireman of the work train jumped, and escaped with slight injuries. Six foreigners, members of the work crew, were killed. Their names are unobtainable. Nene of the passengers of the train were hurt The engineer of the work train Is said te have disobeyed orders te lay ever at Patten's te let the passenger train through. Tu Uerlleld Park Tragedy. CniCAOO, Sept 0. The Inquest ever the remains of the three victims of the Garfield park sheeting was begun Thursday. Testimony as te whether 83.Oi33.23. JIAYSV1LLE, KV. New Yekk, Bept ft Brown or the police fired the first shot WnEAT Steady and dull: September, T8c; wascenflicting, but the evidence showed October, 70,He: December, 63a i)i!(H),(WO Cll'ITAC STOCK that while Brown was sheeting te kill, Rt& Inactive and weak; western, 633670. the police fired in the air until Officer CenN Firm end quiet; Ne. 2, 55M054ei SOHl'LVS 11U,MH Powell was killed. Capt Brown's re- Septcraber, 53e; October, 55e; November, 85jic: December, 5!Hc mains were shipped te Fert Werth Oats Steady end dull, November, 40e; DO A OEKERAI; BANKING BUSINESS. Thursday evening. Doecmber, 40VJc; western. 37HCJ4e Pittsdcheii, Sept 9. lay Eye See Make u Mil.- moil. Cattld Market mere active for geed C. It. l'BARCE.Cnxlihr St. Paul, Minn., Sept 0. Jav Eye exporters und tidy butcher, but common slip- W. II. Cox. IVMrtf nt See paced a mile ever the Hamline perv stun was dull end lewer: exporters and J.ve 1'il-- , track, Thursday afternoon, under de- shippers sold H25ft5.10; poed butchering, M.25 4.50. fair de, $15534.00; slippery cidedly unfavorable conditions, In 2:00. heifers common te steers. f2.SOaoe, bulls and and light His time at Chicago was dry cows, 510033.00. veal calves. t.5034.23; of a socend faster, but Thursday the reuph heavy calves,(2.5O3.50.freah cows, fSO.00 track was slew, en uncertain brteze was 50 00, with a geed dennnd for Ne, milkers. Snscp Market and prices 153250 blowing diagonally across the stretch, lower, sheep salesvery53 dullfor prime and 14 03 1) at was cool, muggy and disa- 34 for fair te peel, 82. 5033 50; for common,' and the air greeable. te medium Lambs also dull and lower at W.OJ up-bou- In u Tcrrllle Collision en the Clearfield and Cauibrlu itend, Near Altoeuti, Pn. Alteena, Pa., Sept 0. Eight men were killed and three fatally hurt in a collision en the Clearfield and Cambria railroad Thursday evening. A work and with a poed demand there Is no dlniculty In obtaining e shade higher prices, sales of Ne. 2 red, spot, track, at liftc; choice Ne. 2 red, spot, track, at 73e, sample red, delivered from land-In- ORDERS SOLICITED FOR 'it nil lietrs prepund with care and ixcufcy Ivy William C Weed, pharmacist up-bou- CenN There I a further Improvement In the tone of the market, and the demand is rather In excess of the supply Sales of yellow ear, spot, track, at 40c; mixed ear, spot, track, at 13Vie: Ne. 2 mixed, spot, track, at WHe, Ne 3 mixed, spot, track, at 4'JVSc Ne I white spot, track, at 62c Oats Snle of rejected white, spot, track, ut 34c; Ne 2 mixed, eiwt, track, at 35c, Ne 2 mixed, spot, track, at 31c. Ne. 2 mixed, spot. truck, et S4e. Rvn Is entirely nominal There is no Ne. 2 ellered, but holders name COc as the price, while buyers' views are represented by 50c. Cattle Shippers, poed te cholee, 14 23 4.70: common te fair, iaoeliw, exen: poed te cholee, f.1 0023.75: common te fair, Jl 50JJ2 74; seleet butcher, U004J5, fair te poed, 100 . 3.85; common. (1 Heifers' geed te choice heavy, (3.2523 60. geed te choice light, eiOOa&O. common te fair, il 5032.25. IIoes Select butcher, (5.2525 35; no choice heavy qualities en sale, fair te poed packlng,4.75 C5.20, common and rough, M0034 G5; fair te geed light, I.T55 10, fat pip, M 004.75. SnEEP Arm Lamds Shecp Wethers and yearlings, 4 2535.00; fat ewes, T3 S.VQ4 50, common te fair mixed, i2.6533.75, stock ewes, f&00 04.00. Lambs Heat shippers, f4.0035.50; fair te geed, 14 2535 00; butchers, 3.2534 50; culls, 503-150- at CSe. ANYTHING THAT CAN PRINTED BE WITH TYPE. Before buying n GusJ f T DQ"D jCjIJUIiOJIj Steve, seetlie It cooks with a cun out of het air. Te be had of Tp State National Bank S.B. OLDHAM, JMWtfSfc WHITE, JUDD -- Areetlllin the & CO. FURNITUEE BUSINESS At Ne. 42 W. Second Street. - i THE PEE8S (NEW VOHK) t. Het a Larger Datty Circulation lmn any ether llcintlilican .Vcuiiirlii Ami rim. DAILY. The .liwTcexfre JUXDAY. three-quarte- rs IfKEKXr. AO tropelbA .Vtujxj;KXurlic FOUNDED DECEMUEll HtyuhUean Journal qf the MC' Ad-co-ck FXenn awd QnAi5 Cash quotations, Fleur steady and unchanged; Na tspricg wheat, CeLUMiius, O., Sept 0. Secretary T34e; Ne. 3 spring wheat, G5K&7c; Na 3 Probst, of the state beard of health, red, 730. Na t corn, 47Vie; Na 2 eats, has been investigating the shipment S3K?33Xe; Na 2 white, 35H 3354e: Na 3 white, from Germany te Jes. Josephs & Ce., of 32333)40; Ne t rye, &7e. Na 2 barley, Wc; Na 1 Cincinnati, of the rags which were sup- 3, ah. 44365e; Na 4, f a b. 3S242e; Na flaxseed, U.07 posed te be Infected with cholera. He PniLADEurtiA, Sept a states that there is no danger of a WnEAT Opened KQttc higher, In symTI1UIISOAV KVUMNO pathy with the west, but subsequently reacted spread of the disease from the rags. Me under Increased pressure te sell, closing barely steady; Na 4 red in expert elevator, llaund for America. 74V4374e. Londen, Sept 0. The steamer Mara- T4ac; Na t red September, little disposition te Cena-Optiarm, thon, carrying 000 emigrants booked te trade, and values were but merely nominal. Lecal New Yerk by the Cunard, White Star car lets qulet and lower Na 2 mixed in grain and Guyen steamship lines, started depot, Me. Na 2 yellow In elevatar, Me; from Liverpool Thursday, the passen- Na 2' mixed September, MSOAAa light advanced under offer Oats Advance sale opens Meuday morning, gers being fully aware that they would Ings, but Car lets very moderate. Na 3 white, demand have te face a quarantine of twenty I7337HC; new Na 2 whita, 40241Ke; Na 2 Sept. 12th. at 8 o'clock white fkptetnber, SffcSOUa days at New Yerk. New reported grassers continued dull; corn begs, FV4035.00; ut the Maritime exchange that cholera groMers, (4.853A25; roughs, 13.5034 25. IULTiidenn, Sept a had appeared in Mexico. A cablegram WnEAT Steady; spot. 7le; the month, from Vera Cruz was received stating that four officers and two sailors of the T4j(e bid: October, 7!)ie, December, TOtfc; eUumcr Ne. 2 red, 70c bid. British steamship May were at that Cern Steady; spot &3Ha; the month, 53Kc; pert sick aboard the vessal with chol- October, 53tie; year, 52 lie Oats Firm; Ne. 2 white western, SStfiOc: era. The steamer had put Inte Vera Na 2 mixed western, 30337 c. Cruz in distress. CnicAoe, Sept A. Ne Danger Frem Cholera. Cholera In Mexico. Yeiiic, Sept 0. It was 35 25; IIoes Goed corn hogs active and higher; COMING. A. Mue. tSS7. M. Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily. CHAS. GARDNER! Tnr. Vitrra is the erpan et no tactien; pulls no wires; has no animosities te axunge. The Most liemnrhable JVtuviixijKr Suceen in New Yerk. The fret Is a iSuticmnl Sucetnt. Cheap news, vulvar sensations and trash find no place In the celun.ns of The Pnusa. The Piiess has the brlyhcst Editorial paga in New Yerk. It sparkles with points. The Piiess Sunday edition is a splendid tenlQ of Interest. THE Piiess Weeklv Edition contains nil the (reed things of the Dully and Sunday editions. rer tnose wne cannot anerd tne Datir or are prevented by dlstance from early receiving' It, the Weekly is n splendid substitute. An -- at the t OPERA HOUSE twenty pape paper, covering every current 'bhi. m u i an AdvertMng Medium Tle Pre-- SuixrUrr in New Yerk. ha no m 3f a. j ons SEPTEMBER 15th, '92 THE PIIESS Within the reach of all. The Vrt and Ncmixipcr in America. Eally and Sunday, eno year, Dally and Sunday, six months, Dally and Sunday, oue month Dally only, eno year , Dally only, four months Bunday, eno year Weekly Press, one year i fV L 't Z ,; Cheapt J) 'fj? , sub-ma-rl- pursuit bio Ca's line. Washington, Sept 0. The secretary y ordered the suspension of state from duty of James C Kellogg, United States consul at Stettin, and assigned te the duties of the the office. Kellogg was lax In Ills duties. te-davice-consul Censul Kellogg Suspeuded. Dull and lower; Na B cash and September, 76e: October, TSKei December, Nttc; May, 81c, Conn Dull and steady Na 3 cash, 40ej Na 3, ISHa let. cash, Mtfe. Uv-I)- ull; catn. Mc; October, 5011 e. Cleveu sked Dull and steady: crime cash. HSU; October, 15. 70, Na 2, 15.80. 1 OATA-Qu- Wheat Totxeo, a, Sept a ....200 4 .. f5 00 ""Je J v m HOJKEOl'ATIHST. Makes a specialty of Chronic Diseases of every character, prominent ntneunir which are .VujkiI Calarrah, Threat anil I.unti Troubles. Piles and Flslula cured by a new system of Palnlcsi and Hloedlcss mrtrery. Calls an swered Dremnllr. Otllce corner Third nnd I Dr. MORRIS H. PiHSTER, j,. ,1(0 2 00 1 DO 8 et) J. tv t. v ) lm T . ') I ' . Sutten (rcets. zHk Bend for The Piiehs Circular. Samples tree. Airunu wanted everywhere?' Address, " r THE PRESS;38 Park Kew, New Yerk. "H .AiatiikllllW ,m IB Hj Ik M W, . 'V1HHLA Tfcyiiiii - i ' u... fin riaiiiijifiiiiawiiii ' ir m in i,mmm t nimniiiTii n 1 1 ttei'Mtfiiilliffiliiiril a. ...- - N h ft&.Mi-- tjiszmA aflsiti&tfefed ii 'jlJltX 'ft' i .mmm.,,,, mi, .' tiMi a. ..n , , iiHiailiHBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilBiHiBHMRiiBBfiSaM! 0. ftfer B ' '( V 'rW'yH"' -- i,- - " r'Miy .. - - v." y '. "!, ?tv .''uri'?-- . A'-- t ' ."V 5V1 ' OURli - xOJl DAILY 3& Majeii Jeiin S. Kline, who was a Paymaster of the Armv during the war, died in Louisville Wednesday, aged BO. He was a native of Ohie, but had been a resident of Louisvllle for twenty-flv- e vears. Way back yonder in the fifties Correspondent will please seiul Letters se Jehn Kllne lived i'n Maysvillc, nnd his as te reach us net later than 3 o'clock a.m. Otvc death will be mourned by many of our fact tn a few mini i xMfbte. We want passed the meridnew (a thts detriment, and net advertising citizens who have long ian of life. notices or jmllttcal anmmtntii. (The Editor of Thk Ledger Is net rospensl We for the opinions expressed by Correspondents; but nothing reflecting upon thocharae-to- r er.hablts et any person will be Admitted te these columns.! 35"Vlfllnr w ass ... IX.ZUUiiJiJi' w,W.i - CITY DIXZOTOKT. in - i .. - - in - - j. mrn -- . ii . .j .. - " i"" "TJ1"T Marnr City Clerk... citv erici:it (Jewelry Collector nud Treasurer, ., Marshal BALLBHGEB Kamends The "Hepkins" Assessor Weed aud Ceal inspector Wharfmaster City Prosecutor City Physician City Undertaker Keeper Almshouse Meets ...... . . . Martin A. O Hun it. A. Ceclira. Jr . ....JniiuHlletlin A. E. E. lVaicc.Jr Q. A. Means A: Ben Mrs. Snrnli E. Sapp ..wtiiinm unvis C. M. I'hlster . . J.N. Kehoe Dr.C.C.Owens N. Huff 2v Nelsen, $3 FALL SHAPES SOW READY. fPk Silverware iS99SKiseeffl9ses9ssis9ees9SSSSte S. S. SAVAGE, CITY COUNCIL. Fiitt Tliui tdau Evcnine in Each Mmth. William II. Cox, President. MEMnKHS. First Ward. (1) Fourth Ward. (1) (2) (3) (1) W. H. Cox. (2)W.H.Wadswerth.Jr. (3) Cemtrd Hudy, Second irYinl. (1) ffhes. M. Weed, Rebert Flcklln, II. L. Newoll. Fifth Wa)d. Gee. C. Flemlng President. M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary. it) M. F. Kehoe, (3) C. B. J.C. Pecer, ANNOUNCEMENTS. reit siimurr. The following nre authorized Agents Ter We are nuthnrlz"d te anneunco J.C. JEF TnK Puuliu Lkdekh In their respective local KEltSON a the Democratic cnndldate for ttles: SherltT of Mann county at the olectlen te be Moranburg Matthew Hedman. held Tuesday. November 8th 1S!2. Helena Hobert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwcs. Sanlis U. G. Grlgsby. OUII A0E.VT3. Pearce, Jr. . Shirts Made te Order. . . POUR DAYP' Tftlrd ll'ard. . . . (1) E. W. Fitzgerald, (2) II. It. HIcrbewer, (3) L. C. Hattcrman. yt s- - 1 kfe :v C. It. Hess. Orrtiiwruri reu M wen. SiirlMeirtIc C. C. Deirinan. Mayilick Charles Wheeler. We are authorized te announce E. E. Vaneeburj Mrs. Jennie Stewart. te PEAHCE, Jr.. as a candidate for Mt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. the otllee of Mayer at the ensuing- election for Auausta Leander Tully. City officers. Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will snve the treublo or letter FREE ADVERTISING. writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent nt their nlacn. AdvertiHtnentsundcr the heading of " rip HE SPEAKS FROM EXPERIENCE. -Wanted." "Situation Lei'isvili.k, September 7tb, 1802. Wanted," " Lest," " Fuuiul," Ac., of an acceptaThemnx A. Davit, Esq., MayatilleMy ble nature, and net te eretetl thrrc lines, en Oil Venerable Friend: I sce by The Ledekk page, arc FREE te all. that my old friend Sel. Willctt Is in your 3ffNe Ousiws Advertisements inserted withcity talking Pine Factory. I knew of no out jKiy. qualified thnn Solemon te run eno better ansuersfail te come the first time, uc invite such nn Institution. I am surprised that as many repetitions as ar ntcesstry te secure some of your enterprising and menicd uhat you advcrtUe for. We with the advcrtlseis men have net formed a stock company te feel that theu arc net imposing en tw bi wing and opened a factory. I knew of no business tliat would pay a better dividend if our free columns. Advertisements can be left at our office or cnt well managed. All you want is a live financier and plenty of funds te make it a through the mail te THE PUliUC LEDGER COiWAXY, D. Spalding Yours truly, success Ke. 10 E. Third Street. Pair and Eacing! Polk Hicks. Hufus Drydcn. The figures Indlcate the number nt rears eneh Councilman has te serve trem January, (2) (3) (2)H.T. Hnulman. (3) J. I. Salisbury. Sixth Ward. (1) Goe. Schreedor, 1K2. MASONIC LODGES. Itl Ne Charge! r ASHLAND, KENTUCKY, "B M.C.Kussell&Sen will be iemul en the Confldcnce Ledgo Ne. 62 Meets tlrst Men dnv night In each month. Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday night lu each mouth. Maysvllle Chanter Ne. l Meets third Monday night In each month. Maysvllle Cemmandery Ne. 10 Meets fourth Monday night in each mouth. ODDFELLOWS. 12 Meets every Tuesday night. Hlnggeld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets every Wednesday night. Plsgnh Encampment Ne. 9 Meets second and fourth Mondays In every month. Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday night in each month. Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42. D. of It. -- Meets tlrst Monday night tn each month. I SEPTEMBER 20th, 21st, -- 22cl and 23d. DeKalb Ledgo Ne. Esplanade flm.llirv tlin lillililltirp f N Vr THIS FAIR WILL GIVE- - nf Mintl tinT house. $5,000IN PREMIUMS$5,000 Call and See Them. I f A 111 US. WASTED. & r Goed Rev Heber Wlteman is attending Con- WANTED Immediately a iroed jflrl. Dr. S. Come prepared te work. ference at Middlesboreugh this week. PANGIIHN. The ladies of Resa Dell neighborhood " ANTED Atrned trlrl In a small family. schoel-housV Apply teMUS.AMIEHTGKEENWOOD. will give a moonlight fete at the one mile East of town en next Ferest avenue. Saturday evening. Their eblect is te 7ANTED-Strlp- per boy. OUT & THOMAS. raise money te buy scats for the school-hous- Vi Ail arc invited. Come and ANTED A pey te work In jrrecery. W. spend some money with them. Their u. liuil.cun. .nwriwi einxi. cause is a meritorious one. years A WANTED who boy 16furnishold, raised en a the best testican monials te prevo that hels Industrious, comKKSSKItY'S CHEEK. petent and faithful, wants a posltleu for work Mrs. Bettie llicks has been quite ill en a farm or In town. Apply at this ellice. white preferred, with typhoid malarial fever. WANTED A geed cook,Goed waves. family. J. H. Meiiach is visiting his daughter, at 2U Fourth street. Ellen Bradford, at Manchester. A man with horse, wajren will Cir- WANTED face, te sell machines. Manchester Fair aud Sells Bres.' Apply at 117 Sutten street. cus were well represented from this place. ANTED Man te take care of otllee and de housework. Aepiv at tins eince. 71iss Maud llicks has returned home after a pleasant visit of several days te WANTED Te let the contract for building Apply te te schoolhouse. relatives in Manchester. TKUSTEKS I'L'lltilL'SUltUUlj. Hecter me. ivy Mrs. Emma Williams is quite ill with slngle Situation by a typhoid malarial fever at the home of W7 ANTED Will de anything. jeung. had exT Have man. her father. Marcus Williams. perience as clerk In a general store. Apply at Bud Sweet has hauled in his traction Sanitarium. engine lie reports having threshed ever "WANTED Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn t Hill Is carrying en a Dressmaking es10,000 bushels of wheat this season. tablishment at Miss Anna Frazar's, and would Farmer'! busy cutting tobacco. The be glad te lnuc them call. yield will net be half a crop. The best crops of the neighborhood are these of rpg SAXS. Fred King and Green llalfhlll "1710H SALE My heuso en East Slde of Lee Mrs. Helle Trislcr will wield the red at J- - street, containing room uuu kmuiiuu O. N. CHAWFOltD. Her In thorough repair. District Ne. 32. en Bull creek. last week which "1710KSALE OR TUADE-- A geed herso and school commenced makes the fourth session that she has J? Jersey milch cow. S. PANGBUHN, M.D. taught the voting idea hew te sheet in I.OBT. that district. OST A Stethescope en Flemtngburg plke I"J between Ceughlln's tellgato and Themas IILVELICK Sl'ltlSa. Ilest's gate. Hcturn te Dr. Paris Wheeler's G. S Judd and Miss Mary Hulctt of ollice and receive reward. Maysvillc arc visitors at the Pavillion LOST Saturday night a large brass doer ou Second street between Wall and Hetel Market streets. Please lea"e at this otllee. I will net be at the convention Monday, Account Hoek. Finder Klaek but hope te hear of peace and harmony I"J OST please Hack at this office or return te leave will among the brethren. J. I. COUOHLIN of Gcrmnntewn Hus. prize News of the Sullivan-Corbet- t On rear coach of Westbound train tight reached here te day, and the result LOST 17, between this city and Klpley, containing jum of 1st. a pocket-boois quite satisfactory. inoney. Finder can have contents If pocket-booW A. Morrison of Nepton left Elder is returned te this office. here Wednesday for a point in Bracken Tayler's LOST Hetween Maysvllle and te GeergeMill county, where he will unite in matrimony E" a package directed a couple of his parishioners. Curtis from J. J. Weed. Heward If returned office. The meeting at this place is growing in te this Friday night, August Mth. interest every day. Three have been LOST OnLee Neptune street and added up te (late and many mere are ex- a White Bracelet. Return thethis elllcc. Hall, te pected. Heuse crowded at every meeting. Quite a number of friends from LOST On the read between Legan's Gap ltlng, Sllckaway Hrldge Lady's Among the tiger eye. setting engraved with GeldLady's abroad arc in attendance. a rest we notice Colonel J. B. Hernden, the face, A reward will be given for the recovery Desha Valley correspondent of The Bui of the same. S. PANGBUHN, M. D..Mays o COCHRAN i: SONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, COURT STREET. KOllT. A. COCIIttAN, A. W. J. COCnitAH, WM. D. COCIIUAN. ) Llmestone Ledgo Ne. 3ft Meets every Frldcy night. Mitysville Division Ne. 0, U. U. Meets first Tuesday in every mouth. Trettlnir. Runnlug and Pacing Races each day. Fruit, Floral and Vegetable r. e. s. a. Displays. Fine Poultry Exhibit. Amusements of all kinds. Excursion rates en all Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thursrailroads entering the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Matter, address day night. e. A. it. Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets tlrst and third Saturdays In each month. L. N. DAVIS, M. C. Hiitchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets every Wednesday evening. Weman's Hcllef Cerps Meets second and fourth Saturdays in each mouth. k. or ii. Majsvllle Ledgo Ne. 277s. Meets tlrst and third Tuesdays in each month. Repairing of all Kinds KNiaitTS OF PYTHIAS. ii ? Sec'y, Ashland. DIAMONDS, nENEVOLENT POCItTIES. w y ) MATSVILLE, KX I WATCHES, W.H.WADSWOKTH, Sil. W. It. WAD3WOIII1I, JU. WADSWORTH i: SON, ATTOHXEYS Ap-pl- y AT'LAW, MAYSVILLE, KY The general practice of Law. 1 P. J. MUEPHY, SUCCESbOH TO I10ITER JEWELEY. i MURPHY. RAILROAD qqHEDUJtJE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. 2. 1.40 a. in KSf butt (Ne. a) 7:40 p. nt 4 4? p. m 18 S.00 p. m 4. Patrick's Benevolent fcociet) Meets every second Sunday. Sodality et the Ii. V. M. Meets every Sunday. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society-Me- ets tlrst Sunday In irtcu month. Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third Sunday in each mouth. Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday night. German Belief Society Meets first Monday night in each mouth. St. tCOLOllED SOCIETIES. MASONIC. ,tl 11 i w Small, the Tailor CAN BE FOUND AT HIS Netice of Incorporation of Maysille Sanitarium Company. FmTr EMPORIUM of FASHION Se. 110 Slarkct Mrret, C. Opposite Central Heti-I- . W. WARDLE, Zn elgnrt's Hlerl, Second and Sutten Streets. H3pW!ieii tiavliigTeth Extracted take Des. AbMlutely l'aliile-tand Safe. DENTIST ARTICLES OV INCORPORATION ADOPTED BV -' THE PUBLIC LEDGER Of MAYSVILLE, KV. CO. De It known that William H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wads worth. Jr., Samuel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Hus-soi- l, George L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds, Akt. I. k k letin. ville, Ky. i iife 5, I Just what the outcome of the recent sale of the Springs and 250 acres adjoining will be is all conjecture. Seme think it means n ?100.000 hotel and n railroad in the early future, while ethers think lets will be laid off and sold te persons who will build, and that a town of several hundred people will spring up as by magic Aside from all guess work, we arc sure that there is something behind the 550,000 paid for the property. The two storehouses here which are doing a line business have been notified of the sale, nnd te held themselves in readiness te close out at the notice of the new purEverything is in commotion chasers. about here, as nearly everybody will be affected by this change of ownership. The present water privileges are owned by a Mr Hawking, whose time expires in March next. It is rumored among ether things that $10,000 will be spent in advertising this water and its wendorful Wilmedical powers. liam Merris will begin the survey of the land en the 12th of this month, se it leeks very much like somebody means business. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Official Call for County Convention te lie Held en September 12th. rOUMT). FOUND Silver Handle Umbrella left at J. & Ce.'s v arehoue about 10 days age. Owner please call and get It. Owner A doer I7IOUND by calling Key. otllee. can have at this rOBBENT. FOR Farm of 100 acres KENT OH SALE-- My Maysvllle and Mt. Carinel plke. New cettago heuso of 7 rooms and ether outbuildings, cistern, &c. Goed tobacco and stock barn. Could be sold in two parts. Q. H. SHIPLEY. heuso the FOR RENT Nice Hi Walnut street.In Fer Ward, Ne. particulars inquire at It. WELLS, noxtdeor. two-stor- y NOTICE! Hud Williams Is no longer In my employ. Persons having business with me will please call at my elllcc, Ne. 0 East Third street. It. H. NEWELL. have this dny associated themselves together and become Incorporated under and by vlrtue of Chapter fid of the Gcueral Statutes or the State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Company and by that name shall sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, with power te alter sarae at pleasure. Art. 2. The capital stock of said Corporation shall be 25.0O0, divided Inte shares of (10 each, and the same shall be transferable by written asslgnment en the certificate, and when transferred the cortincate for same shall be surrendered te the Company and canceled, and new ones issued In lieu thereof. Akt. 3. This Corporation Is organized for the purpeso et publishing a newspaper In the city of Maysvllle, and distributing the same throughout the state of Kentucky, and for the carrying en of a general newspaper business In said city and state. Akt. 4. The principal place of business of said Corporation shall be at Maysvllle, Ky. The capital stock of said Corporation may be Increased at a meeting of the stockholders (these holding a majority of the stock assenting thereto) te any sum net exceeding This Corporation may organize when 300 shares or Its stock Is subscribed. Stock may be paid for In money or equivalent at an agreed contract price, and any stock net subscribed ler may be sold from tlme te time, as the Directors may direct and authorize, and the certificates of stock shall be signed by the President and Secretary, and the corporate seal shall be aOlxcd te same. Akt. 5. The Corporation shall be managed by a Directory of ttve persons he shall be elected annually at the Company's elllee In Maysvllle, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March of each year. If. for any reason, there should net be an election held at the time fixed, the Directors in eulcu shall continue as such until tneir successors are elected and qualified. Akt. 8. The Directors shall choeso from their number a President and and from said number or the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they see lit, they may combine these two officers Inte eno. They shall elect an Editor, and may elect an assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties and tenure of ollice they may fix and prescribe by of the Company, which bylaws a majority of the Dlrocters may adept $Te,-00t, by-la- 1. Netice Is hetebv given thut Jehn T. Flem6 22 a. m 5 40 a. m 19 ing. J.C. 1'ccer.T. H. N. Smith, Erule White, We-- I (Ne. 17 .. 10.1. a. in D. Hcchluger, Clcen C. Owens, J. A. Heed, 4.21 p. ui 3 Themas It. I'hlster. W. W. Hall and M. J. Mc Carthy have formed a corporation named Add tweuty-slminutes te pet city tlme. Maysvllle Sanitarium Company, in accordance Ne9. it) nnd 20 are the Maysvllle accommodawith the previsions of Chapter 60, General tion, and Ne?. 17 find lHtlie Huntington accomStatutes. modation. Nes. 1 and 2 nre tlie fust express 2. The principal place of business Is Mays- and Nes. 3 nnd 4 the t K. V. vllle, Masen county, Kentucky Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is n solid train with through 3. The business of the corporation Is te es- dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washingtablish aud maintain nn Institute at Maysvllle ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Yerk. e Through Pullman sleeper te Itlchmend, Vn., for the euro of the liquor, tobacco and habits. nnd Old Point Comfert. Ne. --' Is a solid train 4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars, with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be all Eastern and Southeastern connections. paid for In raoney or ether property as may be The accommodation trains tire dally except agreed upon, te be paid in en call of Directors. Sunday; the rest are dally. 5. The corporation begins May 9th, 18ttt, and Direct connection at Cincinnati for points years. Is te continue for twenty-flv- e West and Seuth. tl. The business of the company shall be managed by a Heard of live Directors, who shall be elected annually by the stockholders M.VY.SVILLB DIVISION. and who shall held otllee for eno year and Southbound. until their successors aie elected and qual Leaves Maysvllle at tied. The Directors shall from thelr numbei 5:30 a. in. for Paris, Lex and elect a President and lretn thelr number or the stockholders, a Sec retary and Treasurer. Stanford. Liv 7. The highest amount of indobtedness or ingsten, Jolllce, Middlesboreugh, Cumberland liability te which the corporation is te sub- Gap, Fraukfert. Louisvllle aud points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Division. ject Itself Is two thousand dollars. 8. The prlvate property of the stockholders Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. in. ter Paris, CinIs to be exempt from the corporate debts. cinnati. Loxintrten, Wlnoliester, Itlchmend nnd points eti N. N. and M. V Eastern DivisJOHN T. FLEMING, President. Attest: Titos. It. I'iiistf.h. Sec. and Treas. ion. A'orthlieuml. Arrive at Majs ville at 10.00 a. tn. and 8:45 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. Add twenty-siminutes te get city tlme. 1 XfiuTE8 x mor-phlu- Acacia Ledge Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second Wedueda night tn each month. Mt. Hermen Chapter Ne. 8. It. A. M. Meets second Friday lu each month. Palestine Cnmmaudery Ne. fi, K. T. Meets fourth Friday In each mouth. e. v. e. e. r. Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. IMS. Meets tlrst Friday night lu each mouth. and third Household et Huth Ne. 37. Meets second Thursday night in each month. DAUmiTEHS Or THE TAIIEKNACI.E. Conge Itlver Tuberoncle Ne. te. Meets tlrst Tburday lu each mouth. OT THE OOOD SAMAItlTN. DACOI1TEUS Evans Ledgo Ne. U. Meets first Wednesday night tn each month. u. r. Goed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets tlrst Satur day and third Wednesday night In each month. Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets first Monday night in each month. c e. a. it. McKinnevnn Pest Ne. KM. Meets fourth Saturday night In each month. Weman's lleller Cerps Ne. 2s. Meets tlrst Tuesday In each month. COURT DIRECTORY. CIKCUIT COCUT. t, B O O K STATIONERY, WALL PAPER, Window Shades, TOYS, x SCH00LB00KS Schoel Supplies, Photograph Gallery. Call and see our prices marked in plain figures. S Dr. Gee. J.T.Kackiey&Ce. Successor Kackley A McDeuglt. the short line be tween Cincinnati nnd St. Leuis, and all of Its trains run through solid te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of Imggage or of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains. Less than ten hours is our tlme te St. Leuis, whero our trains make connection In the Union Dcet with trains of all lines for the West, Southwest and Northwest. The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is the direct and fast line te Louisvllle. The Ohie aud Mississippi Hallway gives spe clal attention te colonists going West, elthcr Blngle or in parties. Our agents are at all times te furnish Information ns te rates nnd routes te points West, and whett passensers are ready te start w'.l secure their tickets at luu est rates nnd attend te checking bnggage through te destination. Fer tickets via O. nnd M. Hallway and further information call en agents of connecting lines or address C. W. PA It IS. Centra! Passenger Agent O. nnd M. Hallway, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O. is pre-pare- d H February and August. Lewls At Vanceburg eecend Monday in June and December. Carlisle, Tuesday after third Nicholas-- At Monday in September and leurth Monday In March. MASON COUNTY COUKT. Maysvllle Hen. A. E. Cole, Judge J. H.Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y... Maysvllle Maysvllle Hen D. Parry, Clerk Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Mays ville Courts Meet Masen -- At Maysvllle, Tuesday after the Monday in January, April, July aud October. Fleming At Fleralngsburg, third Monday in May nnd November. Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In soe-on- d DIIIECT UOUTE WEST The Ohie and MtssUstp-- l Railway Thes. It. I'hlster, Presiding Judge. Maysvllle Charles D. Ne well. County Attorney. Mnysvlllei Mnysvllle T. M. Pearce, Clerk Jehn W. Alexnnder, Sherllf , ....Maysvllle Mnysllek J. C.Jotfersonl nellll,,al Maysvllle Sam P. Porlnef Maysvllle Hebcrt C. Kirk, Jailer Maysvllle Jehn D. Hee, Corener ..,. Maysvllle Jehn C. Everett, Assessor G. W. Hlatterman, Schoel Sup't. . .Maysvllle LQuarterly Court meets Tuesday alter the second Monday In March, June, September nnd December, aud has civil jurisdiction te Meets Second Mimdau in Each Menth. the amount or ?2O0. Majsvllle Ne. I. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate, holds court the tlrst Tuesday In each mouth. the Jacob Mlller, Magistrate, holds court Daw-eofourth Tuesday lu each month, Wm. 1). Maysvllle Ne. 2.- -T. J. Pickett, Magistrate holds court the tlrst Saturday In each mouth, William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the fourth Saturday in each mouth. J. H. McNutt, MAOiSTHATES COUHTS. Constable J. H. SAMUEL, Goed Samaritan Hospital, Insaue Asylum, AMENDJIENT Te Article One of Articles Incorperating1 tlie Oakwood Distillery Ce. Ahticli: te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In- Huwen PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HltHt unit ItaiiMcii'-e-i TAIrd fitrtrt. one ifner West of Market. MONUMENTAL, STATUARY AND CEMETEHY WORK, In nraniU anil Marllt, M. 108 R. GILM0RE, v f w Pursuant te instructions of the Republican Executive Committee of Masen H. ! county a mass convention of the Republicans of this county is called te meet at The latent Lecal Anesthetic for Oie the Courtheuso In the city of Maysvllle en Monday, September 12th. 1B93, at 11 SO a. m for the purpeso of nominating Painless Extraction of Teeth. candidates for Sheriff, Circuit Court Fer keeping your teeth and gums In order Alse te select dele-gate- s use Sapenla, best teeth wash known te the Clerk and Cerftncr te the Congressional and Judical world. Office. Second street. Conventions te be held in Ashland September 22d. 1802 Academy of tlie Visitation Bearding" M. C HirrciitNS, Chairman and Day Schoel for Yeung Ladles. 8. T. Hickman. Secretary This Institution has a high reputation for Its many advantages and thorough oducatlen In Jt Dn. C. W Aitkin has been elected every branch. The Musleal Dopartment Is iPrcsldent of the Farmers Bank nt Flera under the direction of a graduate of anoted lngfrburg, in place of the late G. A Hen conservatory. German and Eclectic System of Drawing taught tree. Illlnd pupils will be dersen. Method. Fer terms trained by the Point-prin- t and ether information apply te SISTERS OF W, R Warder. THE VISITATION, Maysvllle, Maien Ce.. Ky. Firb and Accident Ins. MAYBVILLE, ky. BWKreedtonelluUdlnKWerlc.Blilewalks, fcc , at satisfactory prlceH. W. SECOND HTBKKT, t. n.smith, DENTIST for the management of the Cerapany's-atfalrs- . Akt. 7. The Company shall net Incur an Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate.at t any eno tlme, a sum equal te of the capital stock paid In. 8. The prlvate property of the stockArt. holders of this Company shall be exempt from all debts or liabilities of the Corporation. Art. 9. The Corporation shall begin when It shall have organized, as provided for herein, and shall oentlnuo as long as may be necessary, according te law. In witness whoreof, the said Incorporators have horeunto set their hands this 10th day of March, 1882. A. M. J. Ceciikan, William H, Cox, M. C Husaell. Themas A. Davis, WADSWORTH, Jr., GEO. L. COX, W.H. S T, Hickman, Allen a. Edmonds. Kentucky, I State of County. t " Masen I, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court for the county nnd state aforesaid, de certify that the foregoing Article of Incorporation of The Publle Ledger Ce. was, en March 10, lew, produced te me In said county, and acknowleno-hal- corporation of Oakwood Distillery Company, of Maysvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, recorded tn Deed Hoek Ne. V3, page 41.). He It known te nil whom It may concern, that at a meeting of the stockholders of the & M. Maysvllle, Company, Oakwood Distillery held at its ollice In Maysvllle, Kentucky, Friday, June 3d, 1892, It was ngrecd BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS! that tlie corperato name of said company be changed from Oakwood Distillery ComEstimates made en all classes of Werk, pany te Peyutz Brethers Company, and that horeafter the business of said corpora MAYSVILLE. KY. tlen be conducted under the corperato name Leck Itex 417, of Peyutz Brethers Company. And It was further agreed nt said meeting that Hen II. Peyutz, Secretary and Treasurer of sntd Onkwoed Distillery Cempany.be nnd he was te make prepor acknowledgment of change of name of MaPlumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! said County Court, andbofero tlie Clerk bu pubcause same te eon lished nnd recorded as required by law. 41 West Second Street, HEN II. POYNTZ, .Sccand Treas. of Uahwoed Distillery Ce. MAVSVILLK, KY. Jruel (Jhi Steves. dinger Sen, J. J. FITZGERALD, edged by said Themas A. Davis. William II. Cox. W. 11. Wadsworth, Jr., 8. T, Hlekman. M. C. Russell. Ooergo L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds each te be their act and deed, and en March 14, lWfJ, the same was again reproduced te me nnd acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran te be his act and deed, and ledged for record, whoreupen the tame, together with this hath bcen duly recorded In my ofllce. Given utidnr my hand this 14th day of March, lWrt. T. M. PKAHCE. Clerk, lly T. D. Slattery, D. C. this day produced te me In said county and acknowledged boteromo by Hen II. Poyntz, n a party inorete, te ue ms net nnu ticeu, aim ledged for record, whereitien thu same. together with this certificate. Iinth been uuly admitted tn record In mretllce. 01 vcu under my hand thin Ud day or June, lSltt. T. M. PKAHCE. Clerk, Ilennnzu up dally for Vancebunr nt 8 a. tn., lly J, O. Level. 1). C. retiirnlnir for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle dally, oxcent Sunday, at 2 p. m. OH I'HINTINO neatly nnd (jnlekly executed rer irciif nt or pasBie apniv i" O.M.PIIIdTr.K,ii(i(. at The Publle Ledger Jeb Beems. Thu pplendld beats of thl line, running be twoen Cincinnati, i'ortmeutli, I ronten Hunt limten, Ualllpells and Fomcrer, pass Mays villous fellows! l'amorer Packets Ilostenn. Teleurnnn and Cltpr of Mudlsen pass Maysvllle ulther way at State or Kentuckv, u,. Masen County, Cincinnati, Portumeutb, UlffSundyaiitl I, T. M. Pearoe, Clerk et the County Court Geggln, Censtablo. Murphysvlllo-Je- hn E. Wells and W. W, for the county and state Hferesuld, de certify I'oiuerey racket Company. en thu that the foregoing Instrument or writing was Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts March, Thursdays In fourth Mondays und I f"' Constable Dever James Enrnshaw and Frank Luna-forMagistrates, held courts en the tlrst and third Wednesdays In March, June, September and December. Jehn Httuyen. Constable Mlnerva O. N. Weaver nnd Joseph M. Hyar, Magistrates, held courts en the first and third Thursdays In March, June; Soptemhcr and December. William K. King, Coustable. Germnntewn Lcslle H.Mannen nnd Wm. L. Woedwnrd, Magistrate), held courts en the tlrst Friday nnd third Saturday In March, June, September and December. William ' Feul, Constable Sardls J. M. Hall and James II. Grlgsby. Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Saturdays In March, June. September nnd December. A. J. Suit, Censtablo. Maysllck-Charles W. Williams and J. D. Haymond, Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Fridays In March, June, September and December. James It. Hobersen. Constable Lewlsburg Isane L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en tlie second and fourth Thursdays Id March, June, September and December. S. M. Stredo, Constable Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewls M. Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst Saturday und last Monday in March, June, September and December. W. II. Coryell, Constable Washington Edward Belfry and Arthur F. Weed. Magistrates, held courts en the fourth TueBdnrs and third Wednesdays in Mareh, June, September and December. George C. J third June, September and Decembcr. II. T. Smell He, Coustable, l'eru Leal Samuel E. Mastlu and Powell II. Oncns, Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Saturdays InMarch, June, September and December. Charles Wulllngferd, Constable Holena Wllllnm I.uttrell and Joseph W Ilateman, Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Wednesdays In March, June, Septomber and December. James It. I arrow, Constable. r m pjLn,.iigHSji