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Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1892 pub1892112101_sn86069117 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TyIkt KURRENT KOMMENT JrSlV vFWW? lit 1 "ft. pATLr, fm .GATHERED TOO ETHER FOH FUTURE CAREFUL CONSIDERATION. PUBLIC 4 ilp'diiBfVrHlcfiirfttB MA i'SVILLB REPUBLICAN. I Nfc C0NGfiE - LEDGER 1892. Deawmts Have a Ctar n m r iiy .fe :... ,iuetj. CoeUMi MiK,; J. j This Hay Possibly Be Imcreasel by Twe Frem Rhede Islani Ther WUl ' & Si isBlKu h'lnlenf ' a What e Wie Tidal Wave and Result of the Recent CyctanU Disturbance- -' inn the Darveit Be?" FIRST YEAR. VRRSOSAt, VOIXXS. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2i, FUOSt OUR EXCHANGES. ONE CENT. TUB KENTUCKY SCRAMBLE. Carlisle RETIRING OFFICIALS. Ledger" CIRCUIT COURT OFFICIALS WHO HAVE HELD TnttlR LAST TERM. Uoiue, Feulblr Kore-Fep- alf lint HTn Tet Hew Mm Vm Djr State Stand New. BThre la'MMKMt 'its- - WflW S8V . JdCfi-ff- r' ISP" If 10M hnverUndt vUttlne veu, or tf ieu Realstcr and T fficft- - arevetngawi)anavUlt,flcve drop una note In that effect. insist that Congress mast Dr. C. T. Pcarce has geno te Chicago. repeal the 10 per cent, tax en state They evidently think bank circulation. Mr. and Mrs. 8. N. Mever 'will spend there Is life in the old wildcat yet, and the winter In Washington City. ', are bound te give it n chance te show ., itself. Miss Ilattle Owens of Washington r visited Miss Jennio Weed last week. Weaver, the lat6 candidale of the Pee-' ' ple'a Party, has Issued an address con- fc Intl.,. WS t,,ktfrt UUU IUD racmlf (glUlUlUklUg ttin IUU11U nnnn ihn IV.UU.V XT'of the Presidential election. This seems J te be Weaver's unique way of assuring the people that it is a geed thing he TAe MeMfe men-Z-jFim. Rite of .Veif That mil ItUerett Keailtre. in the Cabinet and Breckinridge the Senate, the Belief. in THEY'LL ALL HE BAD. Oatletdburg Democrat. There should be no scarcity in eggs nnd poultry next RenelutUme of Retpect and Thank te Judge year. The crop of roosters was Cele, Circuit Clerk Varry and Sheriff Alex-antlPatsril by the Uar. never before se large in the United States. 8TAY AT HOME. er ... . '1& TV wna hnatan " OalL Frankfort has a Frankfort greater number of social clubs than any town of its size in the state, and it the peeplo dpn't enjoy, thcmselves and have a geed tlme, this winter they had better mevo te New Yerk nnd Jein Ward Mc, Allister's "400." SAMPLE DEMOCRATIC LIES. """ , V DirrEItEMT CACSK8 SAME nESULT. u TK't TIs lore that makes '. The eno thing that distresses the " Theso words we oftentbe world go round," bear, of Democratic place hunters is j hordes Hut the snrne phonomenen Is found Life. In drinklni? wlne with beer. lajgtf that the great work of turning the Re fJB publicans out of the offices won't begin Senatek Caruslk is at his home In until next spring. The grnnd army of Covington. k the hungry tmd thirsty will simply have Wind did considerable damage nt Lexte forage for their winter provender. ington eno day last week. t Bourbon News. A Massachusetts lum- ber dcaler has discharged seven of his workmen who voted for Cleveland. He is afraid that the duty en Canadian will be repealed, "which would lower the prlce" of his stock. And se it is only before election that the foreigner pays duty. lum-be- r Gorten's Minstrels New that the smoke of battle has Opera-hous- e at Washington night. UNFORTUNATE JOLLIFICATION. cleared away somewhat, there is no reaAt Cynthlana Jehn Tucker was struck son why Governer Flower shouldn't by a train and seriously hurt. remove Laber Commissioner Feck if he M belioves "A Turkish Bath" at Washington that official has been dealing In Saturday night, November dishonest statistics. But does the Gov- 20th. ereor really belleve anything of the Tub Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. kind? Phillip Ennls died In the Fifth Ward this morning uf dropsy. 3fcV The lusty rooster is a prominent William Davis has received a supply of the Democratic newspapers these of fresh coal. Offlce en Sutten street ."''jlniffl n. juuuuuv, thfrr1i.a4annlnr Inllrt. near Second. Terms cesh. tnliflnnf u.g.t4 diwiuqi wui. jT vi;ai V. crewing rooster is he. He wears spurs, Mrs. McKef, will remain at the White head Is thrown well back and he Heuse, presiding in her mother's stead. .vtftnfra ei'ftrv Inoh thn monarch of nil he Russell Harrison and his wife will also k"" ... A UUO l.tV Y),t tlirtn tk live there. (wn U1IM, OUt IUOU HID ' .BUHBJB. j bird which will have the fleer, or rather Ik Metcalfe county a man named Sfc. "which will be tabled, a little later in Manny shot and fatally wounded his son named Lcadbctter. Lcadbctter Ibfthe month, meaning the Thanksgiving turkey, will be mere generally popular. was driuking and attacked Manny with a knife. Opera-house re A A in-la- ,i. i Even under a system of Free-trad- e the Democrats would have te prevido a h)C' revenue, says The Commercial Qasette. I ilf taken off certain articles upon which it has been placed te afford our peeplo "some protection against foreign cempe v:"iv ,titlen, a Tariff must be placed en ether 'vjV articles. Sugar, tea and coffee, new free, would offer temptations te Tariff ' W, S. Fbank has purchased from J. J. Fitzgerald the business house en West Second street known as the Curley prep erty. The price paid was $0,125. '. 0 ' . 1; W , . Ut" 'e '1 ', !?' Eli D. Greenlee and Mrs. Mary E. Shephcrd of this city secured a marrlage HUNORY FOR TIE. license at the County Clerk's offlce en Sentinel Democrat. Se far as heard is the groom's third ven Saturday. It from, the following ladies and gentlemen ture and the bride's second. want the Mt. Sterling Postefflce: W. A. At Hepkinsvillo flre destroyed the Cockrell, C. G. Glever, Geerge C. Everreformers, since they are largely con-- Southern Hetel, the residence of Alex. ett, M. A. Scott, Mrs. C. D. Redmon, F. 'sunied in this country, nnd would yield Rogers and damaged the Methodist par W. Bassett and Mrs. Priest, ancUhe folsonage. The total less is $14,000, lowing gentlemcn want Je K! Bates's a 'klarge revenue. The old Democratic with $7,000 insurance en about tbe hotel. shoes as Deputy Collecter: B. F. Wyatt, scheme Is, in order te help a few manuM. O, Ceckroll and U. L. Jenes. Cen Hejiemder, The Ledoer prints "Help gressman Lisle holds the key te the situ facturers te free raw material, te tax our people en common articles of house- - Wanted." "Lest." "Found," and similar atien and no amount of work and worry notices net of a business character, free will avail anything. Leng petitions Held use. of charge. The only thing we rcquire Is signed by men, who have signed a dozen that the copy bu sent in before 9 o'clock ethor like petitions are a mockery, and will de no earthly geed. President Cleveland should remember en day of publication. . . that he had no mero earnest and loyal It has been stated in the Democratic Caught Again. supporter at Chicago and all through press' of the District that in the recent Says The Commercial Qazette: Detec-iive- s the camDaicrn than James E. Caninbell. election Congressman Paynter, carried Wappensteln and Sand ford of Covere nothing toe geed for our Rewan county ever his Republican oppo- ington yesterday arrested William Hes$K n nent, Jehn P. McCartney, by a plurality ter, a colored hestlor at Andersen's stasays popular and worthy of 8 votes. The county really gave Mc ble en Walnut street, and turned him The Mansfield (0.) Shield. When all Cartney a plurality of 5. ever te Censtablo Dawsen of Maysvllle, elements at the Chithe Gorten's Minstrels will make a uni- who will take him back te Kentucky. cago Convention wanted te cencontrate He was arrested thcre for sheeting craps formed street parade at neon en Campbell, and the Ohie delegation which will be preceded by a grand open and made his escape from the jail while wanted to give him their solid support, air concert by Gorten's geld band. The the turnkey was net looking. He is a well known en tracks, having .Campbell refused the use of his parade will be led by two clever musket jockey worked extenslvelv for Letcher's and name and steed loyally by Sir. Cleveland. drill artists in Zouave costume, who de Lockwood's stables. some wonderful work with rifle and bay ad Campbell been a candidate It would enet. This is the second tlme Hester has escaped and been recaptured. On the f have been difficult for Mr. Cleveland te The Frank Owens Hardware Company ether occasion of his escape he was ijiave secured the nomination. The in have dotermined te sell every gun they caught at Ashland by Offlcer Crawford coming President could net de a mero have in stock. They have made a big of this city. He was arrested with sevepopular thing than te place Mr. Camp reduction in prices, and new is the tlme ral ether colored sports last summer and bell in the Cabinet, because he Is both te buy a gun They mean business; fined $50 and costs for sheeting craps. "worthy and well fitted for such a place. rather have money than guns carried ever The Chtektest Weman. te next season. Go and bce them. Yeu will go out with a gun. cheekiest Commercial Qazette.--T- he woman en earth made her appearance en Is distressing, says The Lexington It Ik momery of General Rebert E. Lee Trailer 155 of the Walnut Hills line early Leader,ie note dispatches in the Eastern two stained-glaswindows, made in Saturday morning. It was snowing and papers from the Industrial towns of New Munich, have been put in St. Paul's the weather had driven the men from the erk, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Cen- - Episcopal Church in Richmond. Between smoker into the trailer. The lady did them en the wall a brass tablet is te be Btttlcrat, New Jersey, Rhede Island, placed in the form of a shield, having en net like this and in a peevish tone of voice Instructed the conductor te flre Maine nnd ether manufacturing states, it a crusader's cress, the Confederate flag, them out in order that she might have Ing of the tendency te curtail pre- - the Lee coat of arms, and en inscription. the scat she wanted. When told that JujI.a,ii rnn nn short linnrfl nnnfAr- they all paid fare and were entitled te as R. A. X. much consideration as any one else she yW& large contracts, &c, pending the Regular meeting of Maysvllle Chapter decided te argue the matter, until the in. iue xntiu iiuoenuu uj kuu Ne. 0, R. A. M., this evening at 7 o'clock. conductor refused te listen te her any Companions requested e be present. aeetttaf Democratic administration. lengor. One of the gentlemcn who was W. C. Minkh, H. P. Is disastrous te Indestrlal t about te glve up his seat suddenly changed his mind and whenever eno man rMffwlty, and the sooner tbe Free- - A. H. Thompson, Secretary. The did get up another took his place. iMders de the worst tbey tare Circuit Court. Indignant woman was compelled te stand the brtter it will be for Thrce porsenB were sentenced te the until she reached Court and Broadway, F.. k,"l 1 Tba Tariff la net a new penitentiary Saturday. when she left the car in towering injtrmj tbe Dewe- - Ck&rlw Warner, colored, was sentenced dignation. She relieved her feeling by attdwUaaewa qaaatity, calling them " no geBtleaea." bar Tftetmti a perfect kaewl-e- f for two years for grand larceny, year Bea Reberta was fives three for lit iaaerawMt yceweiw. Let Lull fl4ilAllm. Tax work of tearlar dewa X. C. Rue vwa w rrfwrv wae tegua tkk sett eiflaaade keaeay, The Democratic jollification last night at Gallipolis was attended by numerous misfortunes. A wagon of fireworks was set off by a drop ping rocket. Instantly the contents of the wagon took fire and shot In every direction. Horses became frightened and the streets wcre allve with runaways. Several persons were injured. After the jollification the news came of the drowning of Darius Ward, while J. C. Jeffersen. returning te his home back of town. He Judge A E. Cele was elected te the had Imbibed freely and fell Inte n creek. Circuit Judgeship of this District, as it has been, in 1880. He was then a resident of Flemlngsburg but has for several A cow NEXT. years lived in this city. Prier te his Commercial Gazette. "Peeplo have election as Judge he served the people of strange notions of what the mails should his District as Commonwealth's Attorcarry," said Assistant Postmaster Muller ney. His official career has been faithyesterday. "We capture all sorts of ful and efficient and he retires te take his things. Today there was found In one place among his fellow members of the of the sacks opened in this office two bar conscious of having done what he pounds of butter, done up separately, and considered his duty. He will immediinclesed in nothing but thin pieces of ately begin anew the practice of his procheese cloth and common brown paper. fession In this city. It is, against the law te send such a thing Ben D. Parry, Circuit Clerk, has also as butter through the mails, and it is for- served In his present official capacity for tunate the sack with the butter In it did twelve years past. He has been a faithnet get thrown near a het stove, for much ful and popular Clerk, always kind and valuable matter might have been ruined accommodating to the public and the by the grease.". members of the bar. He retires possessed of the confidence and esteem of all the Huntington Herald. " The October term of the Masen Circuit Court closed Saturday. It was the last court te be held by the present Judge, Clerk and Sheriff, and the members of the bar took occasion te ex press their appreciation of tbe services of these gentlemen. After the business of the court was ever L. W. Robertsen arose and in a neat and appropriate speech addressed Judge Cole en behalf of the members of the bar. He spoke of the retiring official in the highest terms as Judge and gentleman. Upen motion of Mr. Robertsen it was agreed that a committce be appointed te draft and have spread upon the minutes of the court, resolutions complimentary of the official conduct of the retiring Judge, Clerk and Sheriff. The following gentlemcn were selected as this committeo: W, H. Wadsworth. James H. Sal lce, A. M. J. Cochran, James N. Kehee and L. W. Robertsen. The committee meets this morning and the resolutions will be published The January term of the court will be presided ever by Hen. James P. Harbe son of Fleming county. Isaac Woodward of Germantown will succeed Ben D. Parry as Circuit Clerk and Sheriff Jehn W. Alexander will retire In favor of peeplo. Sheriff Jehn W. Alexander has been in charge of that offlce for two terms, four years in all. He also served as Deputy Sheriff for several years before elected te the higher office. His administration has been marked by geed judgment and fair dealing and has been highly satisfactory. Covinyten PoeURootn. i anti-Clevela- free for all and everyThe thing privilege in the doing of business in Covington is ended at last. The rooms have as strong a grip as ever and ure likely te keep en doing business at the old stands, but they will new pay the city for it. A week age the ordinance went into effect which fines the rooms 35 a day for each day they de business. Saturday for the first tlme Chief Goed son arrested all the proprietors, who appeared before the Police Judge. They all, by previous arrangement, pleaded guilty and the Judge entered the fine of $5 against each of them together with costs of $3 in each case. The money peel-room- A special from Lexington to The Commercial Oazettte says: " The scramble for offlce among the Blucgrass Democrats is becoming somewhat wonderful. I am told that Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge, who is supposed te held the Federal appointments in tbe hollow of his hand, is receiving from eno hundred te one hundred, and fifty letters dally from or the friends of office seekers, and his home is virtually overrun with aspiring Democrats anxious te assist Mr. Cleveland in his coming administration of affairs. It is also hinted that Colonel Breckinridge has the Senatorial bee buzzing In his bonnet at a lively rate. It is further stated that his cleso friend, Jehn G. Carlisle, will expect a place in Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet, thus giving Colonel Breckinridge an opportunity of going te the Senate provided he can defeat the rcmarkable politician, Governer James B. McCreary of Madisen county, should Mr. Carlisle be called te It seems reasonable te the Cabinet. suppeso that Colonel Brcckinridge will have decidedly the best of the argument. With the placing of nearly all the Federal patronage he can, if he be wise, se distribute his offices as te lay the wires for his election te the Senate. Colonel Breckinridge Is very popular in his own District, se much se that the most ambitious politicians have been afraid te enter the race against him for Congress, and should events conspire te make him a candidate for Senatorial honors tbe man who beats him will knew that he has made a race. It is currently reported and generally bejieved that Themas H. Shelby will have the Colonel's support for the Internal Revenue Collectershlp for this District. The only ether candidate for this office, soft, fat situation, is T. Legan Hoeker, n man who has done yeoman Bervice for the Democratic party in He is backed season and out of season. by the working element of the party, and net a few of the "boys in the trenches" are expressing themselves as being dis satisfied with Colonel Breckinridge's espousal of the cause of Majer Shelby In fact, there is considerable commotion In the Democratic lines ever the turn affairs have taken. Seme of the mere conservative men, however, say that should Majer Shelby be appointed he would reward all the workers by giving them appointments under him. There are, however, theso who remember the former administration of affairs under Mr. Cleveland who are net se hopeful. It turns out that Colonel Jehn O. Hedges, editor of The Lexington Ob server, is net an aspirant for any tereign mission, but simply wants te be Lexington's Postmaster. Nearly everybody is in favor of his appointment, and if the people of Lexington were te take a vote en the question he would be almost the unanimous choice of the people. He will no doubt reccive the indersement from Stevenhis old classmate, son, and as he, toe, has done a great deal of work for his party, he is backed by the Jacksonian clement of Democracy, theso who believe that "te the victor belongs the spoils." office-seekerVice-Preside- WAsniNOTOH, Nev. 2L According te tbe latest returns the house raftf ' sentatlres of the Fifty-thtr- d cesffreaa will be composed as follewa: Republicans, 125; democrats, 22S; pepwlUaa, T; total, 834 a democratic majority of 90. This does net count the two m bers te be elected from Rhede IaUad, but tbe democrats claim them bow. There will be at least three contests la the next heuso, with possibly SMn True, the democratic candidate la Ida he, who was defeated by Willis Swatt, has filed his notice of contest aad k has Jehn J. CNelL deaeert, hi the Eleventh Missouri district, who claims that Illegal rotes were cast for Mr. Charles Jey, the rapublieaa, W ivhem the certlflate was issued. AI " though no notice has yet been filed, it Is understood that Donald McNasffhr , ten, democrat, in the Thlrtj-flrs- t New Yerk diatrlet, will contest the seat of Jehn Van Voerhls, and that J. Merrk Finn will contest the seat of Samuel M. Stephenson, republican, a member of the present house. The Seventh Seath Carolina district, known as the black district, also premises Its regular cea e--f The third party or populist vote will com net be strong in the Fifty-thir- d grcas. test , They are given a voting strengthjef but this will net be manifested en all occasions, the pepalkt elected from the first district of Colerado is republican, andets FVanets Newlands, of Nevada, and generally they may be counted upon ae acting1 with the members of that McKelg-baparty. and Kcm of Nebraska are third party mam in the present beuse and were d congress ea elected te the a fusion ticket They will go Inte the Democratic caucus and act with that party. Davis, Baker, and Simpsen, of Kansas, will as a rule be found la column of votes en all prepositions which are divorced from their peculiar notions of finance. lb will be seen that the republicans have made a gain of thirty-si- x members and the democrats have lest fourteen. Tbe delegations are divided as foleows: Alabama, D. 0; Arkansas, D. 4; California, R. 8, D. 4; Colerado, D. 1, P. 1; Connecticut R. 1, IX 3; Delaware, Flerida, D. 2; Georgia, D. 11; Idaho, R. 1; Illinois, It. 10, D. 12) Indiana, R. Sf, ' D. 11; Iowa, R, 10, D. 1; Kansas, K. 8, D. 2, P. 3; Kentucky, R. 1, D. 10; Louisiana, D. 6; Michigan, R. 8, D. 4; Maine, R. 4; Maryland, D. 0; Massachusetts, B. 10, D. 3; Minnesota, R. 5, D. 1, P. 1; Misseven, e n fifty-thirD.-1- ; - sissippi, D. 7; Missouri, tana, R. 1; Nebraska, R. 2, D. 3, P. 2; Nevada, F. 1; New Hampshire, R. 1, D. 1; New Jersey, R. 2, D. 6; New Yerk, R. 13, D. 21; North Carolina, D. 9; North Dakota, R. 1; Ohie, R. 10, D. 11; Oregon, R. 2; Pennsylvania, R 20, IX 10; Rhode Island, no election; Seuth Carolina, D. 7; Seuth Doketa, R. 3; Tennessee, R. 2, D. 8; Texas, D. 13; Vermont, R. C; Virginia, D. 10; Washington, R. 2; West Virginia, D, 5; Wisconsin, R. 4, Dt 4; Wyoming, R. 1; Arizona, D, 1; New Mexico, D. 1; Oklahoma, R. I; Utah, D. 1. R 2, D. IS; Men- V3 TlUhep Hughe .Mobbed by Chinese was paid down. ' peel-roo- n K . " s ,,- tfBiiMj-BH- Ua-Mdi- m li irwb. a4 v Frem this en the same course will be taken every day or week, as may he proagreed en botween the prietors and the police. The result of this will be that each room will pay weekly te the city $43. There are five of the rooms, se that the City Treasurer will be $210 better off each week, while tbe fines are paid. As this makes 810,500 a year, the arrangement is somewhat A Reliable Man, better financially for the city than beM. J. Grlner, a Justice of the Peace fore The rooms de net expect te be at Print, Mich., says eno bottle of Chamhurt by the litigation new going en in Celic, Cholera and Diarrheea count en a long period of berlain's the courts, and Remedy saved his life. He had been oxtstenco. down with bloody flux for three weeks when he commenced using this medicine. Way te Curt a Celd. The Quickest way It seen cured him, and he believes saved De you wish te knew the quickest te euro a cold? We will tell you. Te his life He also says It saved the lives euro a cold quickly, it must be treated of thrce railroad men In that vicinity. before the cold has become settled In the 'Squire Grincr is a reliable and consciensystem. The first symptoms of a cold is tious man, and whatever u? says can be a dry, loud coughing and sneezlng. The depended upon. Fer sale by Power & cough is seen followed by watery ex- Reynolds, Druggists. pectoration and the sneezing by a profuse Beatt Beuhlen'i Cat Story. watery dlscharge from tbe nose. In Commercial G azette.A gentleman llv sovero cases thore is a thin white coating ing en Walnut Hills has a deg named en the tenguo. What te dot It is only necessary te take Chamberlaln's Cough Puck, that may be called the star canine wished te get Remedy lu deublo doses every hour. pedestrian. Recently he Newport. soverity of rid of him, and sent him te That will greatly lessen the Next day he came home. Then Puck tbe cold and in many ceses will effectually was sent te Maysvllle, Ky., a distance of counteract it and euro what would have. sovero cold within one or two days soma seventy miles. After an absence of been a several days he came home again. He time. Try it and be convinced. Fifty Key- - was wet, and bad evidently swam tbe cent bottle for aale by Power & river. A leag clothe liae was areuad aelds. bk aeek, whkb be bad ckewed la two. Yal bleated Harranl at feetball by After eaeb a deatoaetretiea of nf aA i IcAA WhM Wmk lu K I it v m 1 ' -ec-tte- a, M-ftT- t , 'Tivaa In Kentucky. of odd Ottentbore ilenj7r.-Speakin- g elbctien bets, eno of the very prettiest girls in townhew n mau's mouth waters when he thinks of the girl and the bet wagered a kiss against a dollar that Harrison would be elected. Shu lest, but in the five days since the result was announced the young man' has net the spunk te attempt a collection of tbe He put up his dollar in the stakes. hands of a maiden lady of uncertain age With a bright but certain hemllness. Idea in her head, the young lady kissed the old maid, and when the young man calls for the kiss he will be told that he must get it from the stakeholder. , Lendok, Nev. 81. The Standard's Shanghnl correspondent gives Blsbep Hughes' account of a Chinese attack made at Ngantlnghslen Sbenhl last August upon him and an Englishman belonging te the French Franciscan's mission. A horde of f unatics dragged him through a public 6treet and then, after stoning him, left him for dead. The local officials took steps te punish, the ringleaders, but unless the Eure pcan governments act with vigor thore will be no safety for Europeans In China away from treaty ports. IlllneU Offlclnl Vete Chicago, Nev. 2U Official returns from all the counties lu Illinois except Cook, and accurate returns from the latter, give Cleveland 424, 14U votes; Harrison, S07.325; BldwclL 24.5M Weaver, 20.CS5. '1 m i s Cleveland's Harrison in Illinois therefore is 30,824. The official vote in the Eighth district for congressman, where the result has been in doubt gives the victory te Chllds; rep., by a plurality of 17 ev:r Steward, dcm. The vete was 90,853 for Chllds, 20,633 for Steward, and for Kilburn, prohibitionist 31 plurality ever . San Antonie, Tex, Nev. 2L Capt Jehn G. IJeurke, of the Third United States cavalry, who became noted recently for his activity in running dewa the Garza revolutionists, was shot and killed in the United States court here Saturday morning by Paul Vrlchc, a. United States deputy marshal. Bourke was testifying in the Investigation that Is in progress for the violation of the neutrality laws In the Garza uprising. A portion of his evidence angered Friche, who shot the officer dead before any eno could Interfere. Certxtt and Jaekaen Shake. Pmut.DEi.rniA, Nev. 91. Killed la Court. 'l.-- ftd . m tlme since their celebrated raeetlntr before the California Athlotle club Cbaaa-ple- n Jim Corbett and Peter Jackaem, the heavy weight colored fighter, ateed face te face in a hotel offlce la Petcr extended his haad, saying: "Mr. Corbett, I oengratala4a jtm en your splendid victory." Corbett piled In a quiet way, thanking Paier. Ne fighting talk waa indulged in. rx tnnaum wan nim, P.iRM, Nev. U. JkWIr aiaVM ibaa at rardlBaad Da Laaaana will . aha IrffltaMBada elf tlM a PVti-delphl- Fer the first fsa a, -- waea fclu "WP ftJ Sea wMl eaeeeed bbav k WTrWWUiWWfn ear-red m "erf em Mat, M. ,JL ' kJ H.V "TF ,L,. ..ri .,r?A .X', l C; pl At - i.w ;.k.i eOCTra 1 r Wmty?y fy j . f AMteRrOAK TRErUL.rOt. vH'pee-pleknOvjj- 111 1 JiifSfiA K w;Fjni ip ? iiMa n, lu i stant in their praises of the energy and. Ere tte'i- DAJLY. KOBrr ...', .!- - lv' SUNDAY, '.i U5T . T BDHE PUBLIC LEDGER IWii.uau II. IV, jTttuieru Oex, Thema CO. A. Davis, t. William II. Wamwebth, Jr., Secretary Tlfnuil R "7" IW " H0AOTUT,IllCKMA!4,M'Ulormit.5eo;U'71r IT. CdX. JiiitCochran, J. ' - A. Y1avt and Treaturtr. Klfbirniul Vmuuirr. ST. C. RCMFLL. ?WJi ft k W. lr.WABnweiiTn, Jr., ' Themas A.Davis. i TMril Strut. ie. .. A-- e. ie Rut "'SUBSCJUPTIOA'S-IXt- J) -- Mx.MMttta......... lYmr ..... ....... ... ......... VAXCS. ...........83 00 1 SO I H '" JXELIVKRKD f HVrfMaUt pv a" . . .. .. ... v jbybuie .w carritrrnt cnu tu uiumu. ..........,...................a3 Cents SY CIRR1KR. determination displayed by Tammany after that organization really began its activity In behalf of their candidate. But new that the battle has been fought, and the need for the placatlen of Tammany has passedcertaln Mugwump and Democratic speakers and journals break out in a genernl chorus, declaring that net only did Mr. Cleveland positively refuse te enter into any bargain with Croker, Mtntrur aud Sheehan, but that he rejected their proposals, with profanity and, Insult. We are asked te believe that Mr. Cleveland defied and grossly Insulted the Tammany leaders at the Victeria dinner, and 'that the whole Tammany organization immediately manifested a tremendous access of zeal for his election! De even the Mugwumps expect nny sane person who knows Tammany Hall te believe for eno instant this unspeakably preposterous yarn? Defeated, though undismayed, the :; TO ADVERTISERS. Republican eagle's eye is still en that Advertising ratet unifermand reason- - Democratic rooster. tableland made hunch en application at Wrtefflce. American werklngmen are mere Interested than ether classes in checking the jfArWerd infiew of ferelgu cheap labor. te Republicans. Tammany will hardly provoke a CabiJe. stalwart ltepubllean pre. The Jlejntb- - net crisis by insisting that Bourke IHcan who reads or otherwise helps te Cochran shall be made Secretary of Democratic, paper te the exclusion of State. Zene of his own party netespapers Is untrue b'te tfte Xejnibtican cause. y Unanimously subscribed te by the Rational Before election the calamity howler ItepMlean Zeegwe. was lustily shouting for the annihilation J. 8. CLARKSON, President. A. B. HUMPHBEY, Secretary. of the McKinley Tariff as the sole means of averting impending ruin. He is new frantically trying te reassure the frightIt 1b none toe seen, for Americans te ened country by declaring tha,t there is understand that the repeal of the. Mc no cause for nlarm ever Democratic vicKinley law will at once have the effect tory, because, forsooth, the McKinley ft. of checking the :v Tariff is net going to be disturbed right growth of our foraway. Its continued existence he new '(Reciprocity De- - eign trade where it ,u offers as his guarantee of continued pends en Protection, it is growing most, prosperity. That is exactly what was buu wiieru ii una te be expected from the demagogue, but the best chance of what de the deceived voters think about continuing te grew. The reason of this it? vlls obvious. The value of a reciprocity . The hope of the party Ilea in the expansion fairs of dwr Bcariftt ncIghVern, says the New. England 7'Mngailne, With tha events bf the bid world v6 are tolerably familiar from the time th6 serpent entered Eden te the latest eviction et an Irish tenant or the latest scandal en th6 RtvicHi, but a Cloud of Ignbrance has hung, ever the southern half of lhl$ hemisphere, and until recently we haye known but llttlp of the progress or condition df fifty mlUlen of ,'poeplo, whose aspirations have been similar te our own and vhose advancement In civilization and commercial prosperity has been their prlde and their glory. A justice of the supreme .court enco asked me what language was spoken In Chili, and a United States senator In a public address alluded te Guatemala as a country of Seuth America. Until recently the books used in our schools had net been corrccted for mero than a quarter of a century. The came wild horses that reamed, with flowing manes and foaming nostrils, ever the pampas of the Argentlne republic when our fathers studied geography still embelnotwithstanding lished the the fact that they disappeared long before the buffalo of Kansas, and the familiar pictures of "The Belles of Lima" that ornamented the picture books of the last generation still remained te misrepresent a people that received their fashions from Paris quite as seen and qulte as anxiously as the women of Bosten or New Yerk. The citizens of Central and Seuth America have been properly sensitive te our jgnorance and indifference, but they have treated us with a toleration and forbearance that ought te make us ashamed, and new that our attention has been diverted in they retheir direction by ceive us with a cordiality and hospitality that demands a grateful acknewl edgment. text-book- s, self-intere- st Asaulac Fepstar IraOMtaea la Tbl'Oe-tr- r About the Sonth AmwWmi.1 It is'aaarlngrkew lhtlwe tholil3tery and of tijs af -- 1, 'Tail KlIMTOMw JExpreM IU if iTT IT? '' thUted tWttilee, SteMenger CenrMce a4 here the Meney Was Concealed. Chicago, Nev. Si. Crelg JS. JDagley, Express Ce. "mesaenrr en Presidential . CMpaipWMw! TO HEADERS OP ' vay, ,wh ioekTtVo package? ceatain-- ! Ing'rlCOGj'Jram Ms safe left thaHrain' ft Island &. Mei rail- -' GMND INLU0BMENTS atDacnperanJl'Taurled the treasure, is under arrest,' and the money has been recovered. When JJaglcy left the car he told the baggageman that he was going te drop off the train a moment te arrange for Bending some potatoes from the depot te his family in Davenport His absence from his pest was at enco reported te the express company's officials in this city, and the facts placed In the hands of the City detective bureau. Officers Plunkett and Weaver were detailed en the case. They learned that Baglcy had a female friend at Sll Michigan avenue, in the person of a Mrs. Mlller, a dressmaker,, and without further nde the detcetives posted themselves in the house te await the messenger's coming. Bagley arrived, and he was placed under arrest aDd taken te police headquarters, where he encountered Mr. Wygant, the express company's general agent. After considerable talk, he admitted that the money could be found at Genesee, about a half hour's run from Davenport. Accompanied by Bngley, Detective Weaver and the company's representatives bearded a train, and when Genesee was reached the menoy was quickly found. The prisoner and every cent of the stolen money arrived again in Chicago en a Chicago, Reck Inland and Pacific train atQ o'clock Saturday afternoon. THE PUMjIC LEBGEE $ tf w The Presidential Campaign of 1803 will, without doubt, be the most intensely interesting and exciting in the history of the United States, and country pcople be extremely anxious te have all the GENERAL and POLITICAL NEWS and discussions of the day as presented in a Natiennl Journal, in addition te that supplied by their own local paper. Te meet this want we have entered into n willt contract with the . , NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE The Leading Kepublican Paper of the United States ! which enables us te eiler that splendid Journal (regular subscription price 81 vrmr ntul The Pnnr.tn T.RrifiRTi fnr nnn vnnr ' . . i . per, ,'.) . XVU UJNliXHP; ,-. . -- a. . ivAJ US ilUVAJNU. $100 3 00 $4X30 ::m ?--i . "N. Y. Weeklv tribune," TCTAL "Public Ledger," regular price per year " " " i M We-Eurnis- h Baglcy Is a married man, and lived with his family at Davenport He has been en the present run about two years, and previously drove one of the company's wagons at Davenport KNIGHTS OF LABOR Are Flnlihlns Up Their Werk Very Slew St. Leuis, Nev. SL It is practically conceded that General Master Workman' Powderly, of the Knights of' Laber will retain that office. Tbe objection raised en account of his health is discounted by his robust appearance. Hayes General Secretary-Treasurwill also probably be Fer General Werthy". Foreman (or the fight is between present Hugh Cavanaugh, the incumbent, and J. R Sovereign, of Iowa. The only ether important officers are the members of the general executive beard. They will be chosen as follews: The mastermen will name eight men te the convention, and that body will by ballet select four of these te constitute, with the mastcrwerkman as chairman, tbe executive beard. The contest for the next place of meeting Is between Chicago and. Bosten, Chicago having a Bhade the better qt it at present Baltimore is also anxious e entertain the knights, but Bno has but little strength among the delegates. er t) Beth Papers One Year for $3 25. SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. -- 1 fsm ',a sup-vjpef- t'a EMINENT DANCERS. Great Men Who Have Excelled In thn Graceful Art. Here is the proper place te observe ly at St. L,eul. is most liberal combination offer ever made in the United States, and every reader of TnE Pdblic Ledger should take advantage of it at once. CSSTie money mutt, in all cases, accompany the orders. Address all orders te tFjTA i THE PUBLIC LEDGER, MAYSYILLE. . that dancing has a bearing en the development of the social order. The mcdiclne men, says the Popular Science KY : ."Sfc , arrangement with any given Natien, Brazirfer instance, depends upon the advantage which is given te that Natien ever otber Nations with which we have no, reciprocity treaties; that is, ether Nations against which we pietect our markets. Reciprocity is made effective only by Protection. these who profess te wish te build up our foreign commerce 'by .pulling down our domestic commerce $will net deceive any level headed busi ness man lute acquiescence in their plans. It is plain that our foreign commerce has fha best chance of growing, in the direction of our West Indian, Central American and Seuth s neighbors, which are disposed American te favor us because we favor them. The way te make foreign commerce grew is te watch closely these lines along which It is disposed te grew, and te conserve every such tendency, net te interrupt it by 'legislation that removes the condition of .its growth. Shall we have foreign trade with the Nations that are anxious to increase our markets, or with these that are anxious te Invade our markets? That Is a ques tien with which the conservative business men of the country will seen be Free-traders Marshal Fnv and Miss Mary Knight, both of this county, will be married at the Baptist Church at Lcwisburg en Wcdncsduy, thd 23d inst. De Yeu Knew That a hirge percentage of deaths in this country arc caused by consumption nnd lung trouble? A little cold neglected in tbe beginning often terminates In con sumptien. Every time you cough you increase the trouble, and' an inflamatieu was seen started, which is difficult te control. There is one remedy that cures quickly every kind of a cough. That is Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure. It is the best. Are you net entitled te the best? Fer snle at 25c and 50c a bottle at Power & Reynolds's Drugstore. , Get the Best! Yt8terday'8 " Ledger" icas a geed paper, and it will continue te be a geed paper throughout the year. It will give you all the news every day at the low price of 25 cents, a month, eP Monthly, or priests gain and retain political and Beclal powers through their 6klll In leading the dance. According te Mr. Beelrwith'the high priest in the religious ceremonies of the Dakotes is invariably a chief, who, through these dances, retains his Influence in the tribe." Thus, dancing gives sanction te the powers of the chief, end Is one of the necessary qualifications for the office. It is thus associated with position and rank. In the Vcdlc age (3,000 B. C), before the rigid division of the castes, the priests were leaders of the dance of the festivals. Later en thay bocame Brahmans. The Homeric chiefs were distinguished dancers. Luclan says that Trey was token, Zeus was saved, and Ariadne ruined by a dance. And David led the dance before the ark. The ancients regarded dancing as e necessary accomplishment. Secrates learned the art in his old age, while Plate, in his temmpnwealth, advocated the establishment of dancing schools. The Remans celebrated their victories and dances. rteraWelvals by clj They excelled In la"n smlme dances, from which the ballet was evolved. the Emperor forbade Demltlan senators te dance, and for se doing removed several members of the Benate. Grave statesmen and politicians of high degree have excelled in the eldest of the arts. Beth Sully and Cardinal Richelieu were expert dancers. Think of the august cardinal paying his court te Anne of Austria by performing a saraband before her in jester's dress of green velvet, with bells en his feet and castanets in his hands! .: ? '' " ..s'jrW'N 'isremQE!! Our Mr. "Wliite having purchased the store property we are in, and desiring te- remedejl same for greater capacity and convenience in handling our business, wliich cannot weir he done with the stock in the house, we propose te sell for the next few days - If; OFF THE TRACK, A Whole Trnln Is lllewn by 'the Wind Denvkr, CeL, Nev. 21. A passenger train en the Seuth Park railway was, near Kenesha, blown from the track by a heavy wind. The train was bound from Lcadville for Denver. The strong gusts reached their climax, and without warning the whelo train was blown from the track and toppled ever a slight embankment Eleven people were hurt, but strange te say, none of them seriously. A wrecking train was sent te the scene and the passengers were brought te Denver about midnight The accident is accounted for by tbe gathering of the wind in a deep canyon, and ita sudden expulsion Just as the train was passing the mouth of the canyon. Georgia' Ofllclal Vete. Atlanta, Ge., Nev. 21. The official vote of the state of Georgia In the na- Eleren People Ilart. EUMITUEE at COST and CARRIAGE;' Respectfully, ''i "'. ?. . Come and see us. WHITE, JUDQ J & CQ JUMBO'S SUCCESSOR. .'confronted. r --- --- iff ivn 9r 'AiAilJS OK Tammany delegates declared in a pub- lie maniieste ever signatures their ry his own state. The Tammany boss- L.a eaaaHn1 W.W Mntrwnmn pnntllilntn M fcWlWUVI ihn M.UP.IIWU1I. VM..U.V.M.W In the" most open, contemptuous and malig w TifriwvTITT. fnnrrht. IJpnuvi) I1t. vw. - ...VKU. UW. Ha Ut n,l,nnn mlfc nil ., tnlntit Tlie VUlWJgU VTAIM Ull Ullllt AIIU W that Mr. Cleve- & Pertinent Facts. land could net car A Fete tt nant manner. Tammany was routed, humiliated and trampled npen by the convention that nominated the Claimant. Its rccem- Emendations were disregarded; its lead en were Insulted even in the cenven tien hall. The Tammany delegates from Chicago sere and wrathful. ;Tfeej made very little effort te conceal rage and chagrin. Mr. Clkve- associates were in dire aNd's latl-ut- fe imay at the manifest prospect that Tawaany would rofuse te give mero tlwut ft nominal support te the ticket. Tk flitter of the knife sent cold chills itwa 1m Mugwump spine. Dp te the time when Mr. Cleveland jure kia new notorious private dinner at i Victeria Hetel te Messrs. Croker, McHr-Ksad BHEKnAN, Tammany had hi4'fte& tb slightest indication of any iiwihoe te work zealously for his elec- 'IMu. ' let or tief "nTifowinen" tdTiIMi M m. VVV.V"VV, wkWly proclaimed as the occasion mwm bargain between Mr. L'leve- mmU the Taswwny bosses, took off their coats and te work for the Democratic candi- wtth aa arcter thst slted in pll-- 9 Mr :iw-- ...-V- iN Tarn-fQUikka- fl t1 ! a CtiBteiaaa' Bsajerlty ia New Cftt U mHhr like 7B.000. MUn eC r., jpMjinijgrwM,aff MOfwW, i.'t CuqJrp'fl wre- - 4at urin pw WH, -- , Jeng Paiha, a Yeung Kl'cphknt, JAns New In Ileirent Park Garden. Peor Jumbo, whose departure from the Zoological Gardens for America, where he met se untimely a death and was at eno time a question of absorbing Interest, has a worthy successor, says titer by carrier or by 'tbe Londen Dally News. Jung Pasha, mail. New is the time the elephant broughteyer by the prince of Wales, was at en6 time quite a dwarf te subscribe. compared with the departed favorite. ile has grown and grown, however, until at the present moment he measures only three- Inches In height less Tha Betett Stene. The "Resetta Stene," a famous than Jumbo, an inappreciable differEgyptian curiosity new in tbe British ence. Every day the majestic beast may be museum, waa discovered in the year 1790 by M. Benasard, a French explorer, seen In the Regeqt park gardens, walkround stately near Resetta, a seaport of lower Egyrit ing with carrying a treadcomplementthe full en grounds, It is of black basalt, about forty inches add long by thirty wide, with three en- his back of little boys and girlspartp people. graved inscriptions upon its surface. grown-uner In captivity, died about five years The first of these is in Greek, the secage. In, the sain a, house where Jung ond is a conglomeration of hieroglyphIs the favorite ics and the third in encberical writing, Pasha has his habitation been a system used by the Egyptians in re- rhinoceros, who has Zoe. ffer twenty-eigThis Is the years at the cording everyday matters. Afteryears longest time an animal of this kind has of laborious research the savants of Europe ascertained that the three in- ever lived in captivity, at alj events in was eno formerly in scriptions were three versions of a de- Londen. There twenty-thre- e years. Regent park for gree in honor of Ptolemy Eplphencs by the priests of Egypt because he had reA Bterm of Athes. mitted their taxes. This wonderful The captain of the Bteamcr St. Paul relie dates beck te about tha year 200 tells of a remarkable storm of volcanic B.G. ashes through which bis ship passed en her last trip fremSan Francisce te Photographing an Electrle Helt, He Bays that at ten o'clock in the Anether triumph of photography In the field of atmespheria electricity has morning the vessel entered Inte a dense been achieved at Haines Falls, in the black cloud from which it did net emerge Catskills, by J. W. Rusk, who medo the until two in the afternoon. Frem the rcmarlcable negative of a lightning speed of the ship and the velocity of the flash, noted a few days age. This time, dust storm he thinks the volcanic cloud jjays the Albany Journal, the exposure was probably a hundred miles long. Vvas made during a violent shower in Showers of fine volcanic dust fell upon daylight, and the print Bhews the the deck te the depth of several inches. bursting of a tremendous electrle belt At neon it was be dark that lamps had about five hundred feet above the te be lighted, and the sunahme wait ground. Frem the eccne of the explo- pale as moonlight. The nearest active sion te the ground Is a bread and vivid volcano was in the PablefT mountains, streak of fire, with, ie peculiar jagged two hundred and slxtyrflve miles awny. outlines se of tch seen, sharply deflried The officers thought the ashes came of 'the storm. from sqmo'yplcanle disturbance nearer in the dark ground-wor- k A aeries of photographs Illustrating' the the vessel, and it has beeu suggested iUferaaVpaaaea cV a ttuaraer sfeewer or that perhaps a new island hoi arisen iena la th CaWrllla bow seta peaat-It- from the sea semawbare, as volcanic m4 Jtfr; Raak is about te. raalrr .blasds, have eaawfad In Alaakap watari ' qalW Alice',-Jumbo'ht Al-esk- a, vote, 223,081; of these Cleveland received 120,530; Harrison, 48,805; Weaver, 43,029; Bid well 038; scattering, 2,303; Cleveland's plurality ever Harrison, 81.08L tional election was as follews: Total I.-- ! His majority'ef all candidates The pluralities of the congressmen (all ' demde'rats) run from 8,285 (Livingston) te' 0,534 combined was 34.,70L (Chadden). Slluer's Caagbt In a Cave-IPOTT8VILLK Pa., Nev, 2L A n. seasenableM.Y gOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, n .ami STAPLE, cavc-l- n occurred .Saturday morning at the Hazel Dell colliery, at Centralia, operated by L. A. Riley, whereby sevpn or eight men are new imprisoned in the mine, besides two ethers who have Just out very badly Injured. This colliery is situated about two miles from Ashland, and is a very large concern, shipping its product ever the Lehigh Valley rallreadl been-take- AndlHeusekeeping Qoeds Generally Always en Hand, AND FOR SALE KY Fell came Gai.UI'elis, O:, Nev. 21. Darius Ward te this city Friday night te participate in the democratic Jollification, and while here get Intoxicated. Going home, he walked ever an abutment and a fell twenty feet, lighting In the creek. He was found dead Saturday morning, lying' In three inches of water. It is supposed that after falling he was unable te get up and was drowned. Chlca-maug- te . g f' t y & DKALEIW IN- - CU Oft JrP S'M. " rfi7TL.j--' . ':( ;. McCLANAHAN mantels, SHEA, Frem Hanqaet Columbus, O., Nev. 21. Gov. McKinley was called from the banquet ball at Youngstown te the bcdslde of his father, who lies very ill at Canten. Ua illness is regarded as serious, and Mrs. McKinley left here at neon Saturday for Canten in rcsponse te a telegram from the govorner. gencral has received assurances from Downing street that the Canadian government will prpsccute all Canadian scaler who entered the Behring sea in violation of the imperial agreement. With the Uulted States. ii. hi liters' Tension (Uiut OflV New Yekic, Ney. 21, frbc court of appeals has declared . the pension ei (37,609 per year voted te Beers bf tha New Yerk Llfa laiwraaea ' ' i i te Ileilslde. nrr!',7rTng;"' OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. g.g 'm-i Tinware, Tin Reefing, Guttering and Spouting. JOBiWOilK OF ALL KINDS Executed in tbe best manner. L. 0. ULATTMtHAN. w..peVkil'$ 3 Ottawa, De They Mean ItT Oqt, Nev. 21, The governor BLATTERMAN BOLB A0KNT8 & POWER, i IT01a MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES, :i AND DRALHUS,1N ) i MANTELS, STOVES, GRATES, IOE CREAM FREEZERS, Hofrlcrter, WMlilnjr Macumei,,wnnerB una Kiiencn Bproisuief. wewju wk be undersold? All iroetk frumntuCt! m ropretented. Tin Koelljw, puttering b4 28 e, rctly. CaiivalWaadTeM.' ' " wd 0 WSeeeud Stwei, jfc.,U K0dt1 Jeb Wef k. ' ::. . MAYSVILLlKY. " .JVf. r ht and HIsv One of the Most Disastrous La- Back the Menoda, seize Capt, Oeni and Kills His Fathervin-'La- w a number of naval, officers, ad, it posMether-in-Laeor Movements sible, Inaugurate a revolutionary movement The plot' originated apparently in the sevcircgimcnU of th online, tnefa Cemes te an End By the Action of the of the ofljeera bf (whlfcfi fw(re Known. t? i Alsp WeundskHis- Wife, But Prebe in syraptttWy with' jJalmaceda'sj loll sumably It Was Unintentional. " Amalgamated Association. lowers. As Boen as the pjet web discovered the ringleaders were'put under The Ileincstead Strike Decided by a Small arrest. A dumber jpf etljcr prominent The Deperate Man gurprlied and Cap,, i. Majority These lu 1'ayer Were Jubl-BnlmaccdintB wlli be placed under ar- tured Alter Wounding an O nicer, aud Uj k lant While Tbese Against It rpsl al once. iiluiielf( Wounded lie Narrowly )' Were'llndly Put Ottt. w. - mrsrKyFJ tny 9, t - 1li;"'ii-tiJjE- 5, TT C0HDSMSED.'NW,S OZTT Z ' preratbeat houses In Santiage, Qathered Fretn All Farty eftht Country By Telegraph. ' - V The Presbyterian church of Peru, Ind., has petitioned the mayor te cleso the gambling shops. George W, Miller has been appointed collector of internal revenue for district of Pennsylthe Twenty-thir- d vania. lawJehn Irvln Veeder, a yer of Chicago, committed suicide Sunday by sheeting. Ne cause for the act Is known. It is net believed that Charley Reed, the comedian, committed suicide Sunday in Bosten, bnt that his death was the result of a physical collapse. At Wace, Tex., Temmy Warren, feather-weigpugilist charged with the murder el Clem StevaU, colored,, was released, the jury falling te agree., Gee. Scott a farmer's son, a mile beck of Camden, W. Va., went through a field In which his father kDt a vicious bull, and was gored te death by the animal. The president has appointed Jehn H. Gear, of Iowa, te be assistant secretary' of the treasury. In place of Judge Crounse, resigned. Gov. Gear is a.cen-well-know- city rtrtricunn. , , ... E. B.,Pcarce, Jr 4n Mayers , ..wMartln'A, O'Harey citygierK,. Oonector and Treasurer It. A. Cochran, Jri. j. ... ...... A. N.Tl.ttUN, Assessor ..., Hurj wtAA nnrt In.tuuiliMi Wlllld.n . .- -, IJtCT. Wharfmaster. juy Cltr I'tivKlelnfl. City Undertaker Keeper A txnl , , , . .".'... O. M. Phlsterf' . , Inishoutte. .. 6. A. Means It Ben Mrs. Sarah K. Bapp j.n.AeueB T)r.0.n.nn , n C1TT COUNCIL. MtrU VUrtl Thurtday Evening in Each Menth. William II. Cox, President. Fra'zee, Minn.. NeV Hv--T. I PiiTsnunen, Pa., N6v. 21. The great during a quarrel shethls wife Btrlke at Carnegie's Homestead steel through the wrist with a revolver Goworks has been declared off. Af ter a ing le another room be procured arlfle five months' atruggle, which, for bittern- and then shot her through the body, ess,1 has probably never "been cquriTccT killing her instantly. JIe then turned in this country, the "ar'my of striders the weapon en himself and sent a bulfinally decided Sunday te give up tthe let through his lungs. Then he shot F. f fight. This action was taken at a CL Brown, of Arge, through the body, the ledges of ttaeAuialftamatcd following this with again sheeting himassociation at Homestead Sunday after- self in the mouth, blowing the top of noon, the vote standing 101 in favor of his head oft declaring the strike off and 01 against lletus Swept Inte a Lake. it. Among the&a present at the meetFaib' Haven. Wash.. Nev. 31. An Carney, Secre ing were H dqwn the mountain en tary Kilgallen, Treasurer Madden and avalanche came Lake Whatcom, Sunday the cast Bide of David Lynch, of the advisory beard. occupied The officials addressed the members, morning, sweeping the heuso Inte the and wlfe told them tlie strike by Warren Burgess sleeping when the and in plain words They were was lest, and advised them te taite lake. avalanche started, and when they woke steps te better their condition. up they were 500 feet out from Bhero in The remarks met with considerable a pile of debris. Burgess had his leg opposition, but when the vote was tak- crushed, but managed te rescue his en it showed a majority of ten in favor wife and swim with her te the shore. off. Theso who of declaring the Btrike A Murderetu Brute, MKOMB were in favor of calling the strike off . J., Nev. 21. Donald Paterson were jubilant, whlle these who wero d against It were badly put out Meat of Campbell, a silk dyer employed by Bres., threw a lighted lamp at his the latter were men iwhe were obstinate, and many of them were men who wife. The lamp struck the woman in had either applied for positions in the the back of the neck, and set Are te her mill and had been turned down or felt clothing. Campbell ran out of tlie heard the sure that their names were en the com- house, but semo passers-bpany's blacklist and could net get posi- woman's cries, and entered the, house and put out the flames. Mrs. Camp-bell-'s tions. A member of the advisory beard Bald hair was completely burned off, Sunday that he had been trying te get and her body was terribly scorched. the strike declared off for two weeks, Ilnrrlty for the Cabinet. aa he knew it was lest, and it would Philadelphia, Nev. 21. Frem a close have been better for the men, as a great friend of Mr. Harrity It is learned that many moreof them could have get their the story that Mr. Cleveland had offered places back. Theso who can net get Mr. Harrity a cabinet portfolio during back' are in a bad fix, as the relief funds his visit is erroneous. According te will be stepped and many hundreds of L Mr. Harrity'a friends, no such offer was them have nothing te live en. The meuo by Air. uicveianu, tut it is mere peeplo in Homestead, especially the than prebablo that Mr. Harrity will be business men, are highly elated ever tendered a Beat in his cabinet by Mr. the declaration te call the strike off, for Cleveland. , . if it had continued much longer it FWe Killed In a Wind Storm. Many would have ruined the town. Euheica Springs, Ark., Nev. 2t business hquscs have fallen into the News a cycleno hands of the sheriff since the strike was struck has reached here that here, killIlarrisen, Ark., near en. Business is expected te rcsume its ing five residents of that place and normal condition seen. many ethers. A large numThe nomestcad strike has proved one wounding ber of houses were blown down and of the most disastrous in the history of considerable stock killed and. carried the country. It originated from a rewere duction, in wages in the departments oft Twe small children wind, carried quite a distance by the but eswhere members of the Amalgamated caped unhurt Association of Iren and 'Steel workers An Old Engineer's funeral. were empleyod. The hitch was en what " PAHKEnsnune, W. Va., Nev, 21. The was'knewn as the sliding scale. It is a scale which regulates the men's wages funeral of W. M., Penn, the engineer by the price of steel billets. Nearly killed en Friday en the B. & O. R. B,, overy mill in this vicinity signed the held Sunday, was.'eno of the largest scale, including ether mills of the Car- ever witnessed here. He was 00 years old,, had been, with the railroad comnegie Ce. years as engineer, and At the refusal of the Arm te sign the pany thirty-fiv- e Bcale for the Homestead mill a lock-ohad never had an occldent before in occurred of the Amalgamated associa- which a life was lest tion, and they wero joined by the meDeath of a Valuable Deff. chanics and laborers, who struck out Columbus; , Ind.r Nev. 31. Kent's of sympathies only, their wages net Mike, eno of the pointer dogs entered being reduced. The strikers were de- for the American field trials, but unable termined te keep men out of te go en account of sickness from conthe 'mill, and adopted military disci- sumption, died Sunday night. Kent's pline. The story of the arrival and Mike was owned by J. H. Poulter, of bloody fight with the Pinktcrtens en Carrollton, Me., was purchased when a July 0, the subsequent riotous proceedpuppy for 8700, and was ings, and the calling out of the national yalucd at $5.000. guard, qnd Its departure after three Met niela's Comet. months' duty, is toe well known te reAlbany, N.Y., Nev. 21. Calculations peat at the Dudley observatory by Fer six months the mill has been run- mnde Bess clearly that ning almost as1 well as before the Btrike Prof. Lewis comet indicateidentical with the Helmes strik! the comet of Biela, is net that it wiU nct but un.tU within the. lest week the and era have steadfastly refused te admit cemo near the earth. A week age the defeat comet had almost exactly the position The news of Sunday's action was re- which Bicla'a comet would have had ceived, with dismay by the strikers in en its accustomed track. the Awe Xiwrenceville taills of Carne- had it been Been " An Indian Convict Snlcldes. gie., These men were. sympathetic CiiEYENNE.Wye., Nev. 21. Peohewah, strikers, and went out at the time the men at Heaver Falls and Duquesne the Shosheno Indian who attempted Btruclc, The Duqucsne men gave up the Bulclede by euttl ng his threat with a mney, en acfight in three weeks and the Beaver piece of broken lamp-ch- i Falls strikers, decided te go back Sun- count of being convieted of manday. The Lawrence ville men, however, slaughter, he having killed an Indian wero steadfast and had, no intention of of bis tribe, died Sunday morning from injuries. giving in. They are new in the posi- the effects of bis tion of striking for no cause. They are A Fatal Celebration. very angry at the Homestead men, and Harrisville, W. Ve., Nev. 21. will probably declare the strike off While the democrats were celebrating Monday. the recent democratic victory at Ellen-- , The strike at one time involved near- bero, cannon were being used, when ly 10,000 men, and the less in wages eno burst killing Frank Jenes inreach, it is said, in the neighborhood of stantly, and tearing Frank Miner's leg $2,000,000. Then there is an immense off just below the knee. less te the firm, which can net be estiLoeks Like a Murder. mated, but which conservative peeplo Detroit, Mich., Nev. 21. Fred H. . put'at Jcast double the amount lest by Kelly, night clerk at Caldwell's drug the men in wages. Te this can be added store, was found lying dead en the celnearly half a million .dollars paid te lar fleer Saturday morning with a bullet the troops and the costs te the county hole in the back of his head. The cellar of AUcghcny for the riot, treason and doer was locked en the outside, indicatether cases grqwlng put of the strika ing a murder. deaths were directly At least thirty-fiv- e Director Amerlcau (school of Arcbwolegy. k or lndirpcly caused by the strike. Hanevkk, N. H., Nev. 2L Rufus B. i Besides theso killed in the battle of Richardson, professor of Greek at DartJuly 0 many soldiers contracted fever mouth, has been unanimously elected which resulted fatally, eno soldier was of. shot accidentally by a comrade, another director of the American school for five at Athens, Greece, Was kiUcd by the cars, eno striker cowno will probably accept mlttcd suicide, eno drowned, aneMwlu. years, Senater Kenna kaaler. by the cars, several killed Washington, Nev. 21. As a resuh of men died from fever and several' wre killed in the mill, and one vvaa murA a night of comparative comfort Sonater ' " " Kenna 'Was considerably easier Snnday', by another i J. dercd attempted assassination Th6 of Chair- - but his general condition seems te be man Frlck, of the Carnegie Oix, is also unchanged. MethedUt Celebration. ,. indirectly credited te the atrlk. JB Chattanoeqa, Tenn., Nev. 21. The 9 Turkey for the fratldent. A anniversary of the Method- d Nkw LoarpeN,. Ct Nev. Utt Tkere f Sunday-schounion and the passed Ah anniversary of .the. Tract Society a are being celebratcd In this city. Trcsl-def destined for the dinner table of Chicago at the Mercy of the Flame. Harrison at the white heuso Chicago, 111, Nev. 21, Flve dulling day, Thq turjwy la the Thanksgiving burned the v flit ei Herace Vose, of, Westerly, It IM houses en whilesouth Bidesteed by Sunrumen who, although, a standi republican, day night, the ,ilatnca, being unable and te ays eno year Hence he win ecnu u sim- watched f'v get WAiur. Gloveluiul. ilar bin) te President-elec- t V ;4r Clurynce aud Rey StrublQ were play is'i 11.-irnt- y Inif with a gun at- Valparaiso, Ind., eni., Kffv.j iulLlead of wiu'ivU was dtect lr slowly lti.r- ne. und KhViUiRg dlicHargud, a Is tW kk, (hefemer ; MUM KM IMW fOBHI BU'l - j 4 ) ,,. ..,i him innUly. ' Qui Van-sikle- r, meet-ingeVice-Preside- nt Trlnln Irandr In Minnesota. Etce'pe Uelhsr Lynched. 2L Ban-for- y ut non-unio- n Herman Slegler, a German living with his wife and three children at the residence of his wlfe's parents, Henry and Careline Silcs, Na. 723 North Paulina street, shot his father-in-laSun-- . and mother-in-layday morning, Instantly killing each. His next victim was his wife, but she Was only slightly wounded. Before the pollce were aljle te disarm and arrest bleglcr a number of shots were exchanged and he was wounded In the right slde by a bullet from a police- -' man's revolver.-- He was removed te the county hospital Sicglcr secured a shot-guat his brother's house, en north Home avenue, and returned te his own home. He entered by the front doer, went back through the hallway, and placed the gun in a small closet in the kitchen. He took it out almost immediately and returned te the parlor, where his children were. His wlfe. was in the rear part of the heuso, and ,tha first intimation of any disturbance was when son began te scream "Papa, put down that gun,." he was- heard te say by- - Mrs. Siles, who waa. Mrs. Siles with her husband hurried down te the. narler and as she entered the roemJSiegler attempted le. elevate the gun, as though he intended te sheet her. She did net hesitate a moment but rushed up te her and throwing her arms about his neck, tri6d te take the gun. away from him. "Keep away," shouted Slegler, as he pushed the aged woman aside """ violently, Then placing the gun against her left breast ,he iired. She sank te the fleer dead. Mrk Siegler, hearing the a shot, ran into the house of Mrs. Ueyden, calling for assistance. y As she passed through the she took her ehlldren with her. Leaving the childrjcp in Mrs. II ay den's care, 'Mrs. Siegler hastened back te her home, and an she entered the front doer another shot was fired by her husband. Itis.sqpppsqd that it was intended for Mrs. Siles, but some of the shot struck Mrs. Siegler. One entered her right ear, two found ledgmentin her left arm and 'one in her- - right breast Nene of these wounds will result fatally. The shots aroused Mr. Sifcs, and he descended into the hallway. As he stepped from the lower step te the fleer Siegler met him. Raising the gun, which he had reloaded, he fired. At the same time Mr, Silcs raised his right arm te shield his face. It received the full charge, as the two were within two feet qf eaeh ether. It is believed that Siegler then discharged the ether barface, rel of bis gun in his for portions of his neck and right Check were, tern away. The sheeting occurred whlle a large congregation was leaving the Evangelical Lutheran church of Bethlehem, close by. Soen between twclve hundred and fifteen hundred peeplo were surrounding the house,, and a call was sent for the police. After the officers arrived an advance was made en the CmoAeo, lev. Flnl Ward. W. II. Cox, f2)W. II.WniliMnrlh (3) Cennrd Itudy, Sccand Ward. (1) MEMBEIIS. t. fll CI) (3) (1)J. C. Pecer. (" M. V. Ki.Ih.p. ht (3)C. C2 11. Penrce, Jr. H. L. Newcjl. Fifth Ward. (1) (loe. C. Flemlnff C) II. T llmilnen (3) Itebcrt Fleklln. Thn. Fourth Ward. M. Wml TfiUtl Ward. (1) K. W. FlUKerald, J. I. Salisbury.' w ?, W u. u. uatterrpan, ,, II. It. lllnMmw,.,. , w ,. ,. Sixth Ward. (1)0 ee. Schreoder, Have Ueu dlscevctcd thnt whlle the astronomers ure puzzling theineelves ever the peculiar nppenrnnce or tholneon Iluiiry Ort hiis n iie city in the i lhe figures Indlcate the number 6f year,ffi each Ceunpilman has te serve from January, Confidence Ledgo Ne. 63 Meets Urst Monday nlirh tin each month. Miisen Ledge Ne. 343 Meets second Monday night In each month. Miiysvllie Chnpter Ne. 9 Meets third Men- day night In each month. MnysvilloCemmnnderyNo.iO- - Meets fourth Monday night in each mouth. ODDrKLI.OWS. x DeKalb Ixldtre Ne. 12 lleetn evnrv TWlni'?i (3)UufusDryden. 4 masenic lodees. y " n grcssmen-eicc- u f Slcg-lex- 's Mp-stnir- son-in-la- Fred-eric- hall-wa- The body of Mr. Duckwitz, a Clncln-nati morebant, was burned in the crematorium of the Ohlsdorf cemetery. Styles This was the first tlme Ohlsdorf crematorium has been used. of A report' comes from Elliet county, Ky., that Susie Layten, colored, gave birth te a child whose head wna that of pig, but whose body was that of a child. The monstrosity only lived a thnt is quite line ciieuph re plenge the lady In the moon. Watch the moon few hours, unci keep iin eye en The steamer Resa Lee was burned at the Memphis wharf Sunday morning at ft o'clock. It took just thirty minutes te de.lt Four drunken laborers ere supposed te have been cremated. Less, with cargo, 193,000. Latest Displays. Richard McClaughey died at Chicago Sunday. McClaughey was 73 yeare of age and bad served a short time in Joliet penitentiary for irregularities connected with Cook county's famous , beard of boodle commissioners. Newb has been received at Cleveland, Q, by the owners of the steamer and consort Irenton, for which, fears were entertained, that the vessels have weathered the gale en Lake Superior, and arrived safely at Heugh-- , ilAYSVILLE, KY. ten. On Mt Penn, threo miles from Read- CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 ing, J?a, Sunday evening, Jehn 6. Hel110,000 ler, aged 42, shot Sebastian Muhringer avitfLVs through the head, and then put, a bullet, through his own heart, dying Instantly., DO A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS. The exact cause of the tragedy fs un, known. C. II. I'karce, Cashier. W. II. Cox, President. The plant of the Desha Lumber Ce., Jjje. Piles, at Arkansas City, Ark, burned. A strong wind fanned the, flames, and all the lumber in the surrounding yards was destroyed. Bosten capital was largely invested'ln the plant which was worth HOO.OOO. Five million feet of d lumber was burned, worth 1 Latest Furniture night. HENRY ORT'S llinggeld LeJgc Ne. 27 Meets every Vcdnes- Pigab KncKtnpment Ne. 9 Meets second, and fourth Mondays In every mouth. Canten Maysvllle Ne. S Meets third nday night In ench month. Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of first Monday night In ench month. KNIOmS Or I'YTIIIAB. Llmestone Ledgo Ne.36 Meets every Frldcy night. AIrvrvIIIa niirldfnti Vn A TT 1, a . . ..ulw,. .v, w, Tuesday in overy mentn. u ,i jiiwutB unit P. O. 8. A. Washington Camp Ne.S-Me- ets everyThurs K.-M- eets ... ' i V tn. tt a. a. n. . Jflfinnh Itnlani Vn in tl..,. a urei una third Saturdays In each month. .u. i. nuicnins usuri jse. z. a. or v. Meets first and third Wednesday's of the month. Weman's Hcllef Cerps Meets second and fourth Saturdays In each mouth, k. or n. .uM".yv,Ue Loekc Ne. 8778. Jleets first and third Tuesdays in each mouth. "" lat ,. icr-w- veu & . Kcr-Bha-iy State National Bank '. Pfltrlnlr'R nnnipnlnnt Qama,.. lrAn.. every second Sunday. . a.. SudnlltV nf thn II.. V t ..avw.e -- V.VIJ UUU ny. Fnther Mnthnw TntM Ahatinen. Meets first Sunday In eadh month. Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third KllnilDt In nnnK K'nitrhtsnf Mf .Tnhn UhA4B AnA.m....j.- St. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. .... t, night: German ltellef Society night in vuch month. Meets first Monday ; ..., .u., r ai. A cl... , 4. t COLORED SOCIETIES. MASONIC. t. Maysvuie stnr Ledgo Ne. 1W8. Meets first and third Friday night In each month. . HmiKnhnM nf lfnfli TJ. QT fl...u. Thursday night In each month. fourth Fridaylneaeh month. e. n. e. o. r. Acacia Ledge Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second ,' 4 nvvtiitDunj iiJUL ill vauil UiUUlH. B Alt. Ilnrmnn ,f lr.... a.w.u, ,, .;iiuay in ..kv. menin. If m. iuccu "M t'MUU r s,?5 raiesnne uammnndery Ke. 6, K. T. Meets Mi'i 'd u..i. hard-wee- 1500,000. DAUnllTEItS OF THE TABEIINACLE. Cnntrn Klrnr TntiernnntA Vn u I..Aa Am Thursday In ench month. THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, Nev. CI. Fionn Winter patent, ia3115: fancy, laceaaw; family, UJS&ifti; extra, I2.l0a"; Allen A. Edmonds, father-in-law- 's , self-inflict- arch-neolog- y, r ucm-tmle- a, non-unioni- st tK fifty-secon- ht ol & nt After this Siegler went the face, te the rear of the house and remained some tlme in the kitchen. Officer McCartney started Inte a residence across- the alley, and was standing en the front ,stegs, when he winsaw Siegler pass the dining-roodow in hls.ewp house, going toward the front doer. The latter, coming out still holding his gun, and appearing dazed, started north en Paulina streut Officer McCartney slipped up behind him, Bplred nfm by the threat,' and, be- fore any resistance could be offered, wrenched the gun from his hands. With his prisoner in custody, and with plenty 6f assistance from the police, Officer McCartney found it by no means an easy task te place SJegler in which were one of the standing near by. He and Officer each holding the(man with a firm rrasp, started toward the nearest ''Hq will never get out of this," shouted one man, as he made an effort te strike Siegler with his fist Threats of vielenco were heard en every hand, and the pollce saw a number of revolvers drawn by citizens, whose actions indicated that they were anxious te punish the murderer before he could be placed in the hands of the law. Repeatedly Siegler was struck by men whose interference could net be prevented by the crowd of officers that surrounded him. Siegler was at last placed in the wagon in safety, and the horses wero whipped Inte a gallop and driven te the pollce station. At the station (Siegler was discovered te be crazy.. Ile made a statement saying that the Lord commanded" him te get the gun and kyi hla.mpthcrln-lew- , as she was a witch, and added: "I shot her in the helL The old man came down stairs, and I was confused I fired at the old man dud shot him. I Ucn went out en the steps, and the patrol wagon came up. Then I was confused altogether. I have been sick and liave had trouble!" patrol-wagopatrol-wagon. Donahue's clothing was tern by the shot and he received a slight wound In house. Officers Donahue and Feley tried te force open the front doer, which Siegler had locked wheq he staggered back Inte th,e heuso, and were grpeted with a discharge from Siegler's gun. Officer low gralle, l.805i00: spring patent. JI.SJ J:IW; spring fancy, 53.C3 3.85. spring family, HOOffl Uuckwheit, JiOOQ S.10. Kye flour, W i02.Q ZfO per I0O fit Wheat. Na 2 red being quotable at 7t&Tle snd Ne. 3 red at eo7e for prlme.samples, buyers bidding Inklrte rates. Cern, Na 2 whije, Na 2 yellow and Na I mixed shelled all selling about en the Mine basis and bringing 15c ler geed samples. Ear in fair demand and steady at 42&iie' for prime te choice samples. Oats Ne. 2 white, geed samples held at S7f eS8c, with buyers nt aiViaS7. Qoed Ne. 2 mixed were. Urm at 35c, Offerings of Na 3 white y had buyers at 343336 for prime te choice samples. Sales F9SU3 LZ23I2 E3ILIK3, ItTjt Na 2 being quotable at in elerater, spot, track, at 4SHa ltAT!T7ILLS, IT. Caxtxb Expert steers. J4.80ai.7J; fair te Oxen: Goed te geed shippers, S3.75Q4.40. tholce, I3.25ai00; common te fair, U,7J&S.G0; ORDERS SOLICITED FOR cloet butcher. 3.65a4 00: fair te common) tU&aa&O. Ooed te Heifers: lee ehetce heavy $3,0038.40: geed te choice light, fiCSs X&i common te .fair, tl.tOiX. W. n and large, f3.75aa.60; VxAfc fair te geed, ea.00i2fl.75; extra, J7.00. Hogs Select heavy and prlmb butcher, tATS aa.83: lair te geed packing", 5.te35.75; common and rejgh, s.oe?a45i rajrw coeangnt, ra.ua lt&. fa pigs, ta.COft5.40. Snsxp and Lambs Sheep Wethers, M 00J3 4 75: fat ewes, t3 75214- 25; common te fair, te chejee, M 50) tu BOftS BS. Lambs-Oo- ed, x$4 00. 4 75; extra, tfi 00; common te fair, 13 Nbw Yerk. Nev, 81. WHEAT-N- a 2 red dull and suudy; December, TTXe; January, 79e; May, 84J4C. Hys Quiet: western, 503,00a &5a75ei Na 2 Terento, BAULFT-West- ern. 85a steady: B red, dull, lower and CetiN-- Na Moy,53e; Ne. 2, 50c; January, iiAneiiTERs or thegoed Samaritan. Evans Ledge Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday night in each mouth. n. b. r. Goed Will Ledge Ne. 48. Meets first Saturday nnd third Wednesday night In each month. Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets first Monday night In ci'cli month. O. A. K. Sat-uril- t0--- McKlnncvnn Pest Ne. 186. Meets fourth night in each month. Weman's llellef Cerps Ne. 28. Meets first Tuesdiiv In each month. COURT DIB.ECTORY. Maysvllle Hen. A. E Cole, Judge J. II. Sallee. Commonwealth Att'y...Maysvllle Maysvllle llenD Parry. Clerk Allan D. Cele, Mnstcr Commissioner, Maysville Courts Meet d Masen At Maysville, Tuesday after the Monday In January, April, July and Octoseo-en- cmcuiT ceenr. T. v Vjl &!& geed,is ANYTHING Fleming At Flcmingsburg, third Monday In i May and November. f Greeuup At Greenup, fourth Monday in Februiirj and August. Lewis At Vanceburg scoend Monday m, June nnd December. Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third Monday In September and leurth Monday in March. MASON ber. m i & CAtvxs-lComme- CODNTr court. THAT CAN PRINTED BE - WITH TYPE. Mtttt Second Monday in Each Menth. Thes. It. Phlstcr, Presiding Judge.. Maysville Ch arles D. Newell, County Attorney .M ays vllle Maysville T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysville Jehn W. Alexnnder, StierllT. Maysllek J. Maysvllle Sam P. PerinefUenutIC8l Maysvllle it Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer., Maysville Jehrt D ltoe, Corener Maysvllle Jehn C. Everett, Assessor O. W. Blatterman, Schoel Sup't... .Maysville Court meets Tuesday after the IQuarterlv second Monday In March, June, Septembers and December, and has civil Jurisdiction te the amount et SJO.l MAGISTRATES COUIIT8. fj NWpll'iO. Oats Na 2 dull and easier: December, 30cs Muy, 40ife; western, 6lp 3IVft8tfa I . 13 iv: rS, - H- Trlelt Poisoned at the Altar, Reme, Nev, l.Tiie triads in,prog-reat Palerme of We peasant who avenged themselves en priest by pour-in- ? a solution of corrosive sublimate into, tha chalice wfclck the prlwt jwai ,nt mas. The print tiled e tte altar w !,, ' .Ift.t CATTLE Market, nothing doing, all through censlgpmeflts; 8 cers cattlq shipped te New Yerk. will contlnue te repair Watches, Clecks-am- i Hees Market fair: Phlladelphlas, f5 603 Jewelry nt HlAkehoreUfflt's old mnnd. ect'lni Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns-rer15 B0R5 Hi. C te;' mxed. s6 t55 75; Yorkers, Magistrates, held courts en the first and New Yerk. 15 cart of hogs were shipped te third Wednesdays In March, June, September unchenged prices. nnd December. Jehn Itunyen, Constable. Sn BEr Merket slew . Minerva O. N. Weaver nnd Jeseph M.Byar, lULTluenx, Nev. 21. Magistrates, held courts en the first and third Whbat Quiet; Na 2 red spot hnd Nevcm. Thursdays In March, June. September and ber, 73fcii December, 74?pj January, 7flc; May, December. William E. KlngCenstable: Kltfa Gormantewn Leslie H.Mannen andWm.L.' CenN-Eas- y; mixed spot, 485c; November, Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March,'- 48e bid: January 48a2 whlte western, 42213a June. September and December. William Oats Acttve; Na ' Feul, Constable. ItYB Dull: Na 2, 80c asked. Sanlls J, M. Hall and James 11. Qrlgsby. Chicago, Nev. 21. Magistrates, held courts en the second and Fleur Pleuk and Chain Cash quotatiens: winter fourth Saturdays In March, June, September slew; winter patents, tSLfeas.H): and December. A. J. Suit. Cen&tuble. straights, 3.2133."1 spring patents, 43.7334 10; Maysliek-Char- les W. Wllllnmfe and J. D. Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the secspring strnlihts. v2,7aa3.60i bakers', ti35.3 00. 3 spring wheat, CIO ond und teurth Fridays In March, June, Sep. Na 2 spring wheat, 72e; Na and December. James It. Hobersen, 03e; Ne. t redTJe; Na t corn, 4IUQ41Sc; Na 3 Cottstnble. f. a b., corn, 40Kc; Na 2 eats, Siyc; Na2-whltLewlsburg Isaae L. Mcllvaln And Jeseph S5Vta38e; Na white, SSKOUKcf Na S rye, .M. Aicxniuiur, ingixiraicB, nera courts dh ian 44aC8e; Na 4Be; Na 2 barley, 67ct Na S f. ah., 10. s(cend and fourth Thursdays in March, June. II.O.U, 350570, Na 1 flaxseed, tl PHILADELPHIA, Nev, St. atul.ln Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M. WnBAT. General pressure le sell In speculacoins. Magistrates, neia courts en tne tive circles; prices declined about He: lata Saturday and last Monday In March. Jub,- flrmj cables came In higher and market closed W. H. Coryell,' September and December. Na 8 red November, 71374 He. Constnble. Conw. Option jharket shade easler, In synv Washlngten-Bdwa- rd Belfry and Arthur F. FALL SilAl'ES NOW READY. pathy with decline In wheat, and closed duU; Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In local car lets declined He. with light demand: June, September and December, Geerge C. Na 8 yellow In grain depot, 40U49Hn; Na 9 Qnggln, Ootistable, .' mixed November, 48W3I0U& urphysvlll(-0e- hn B. wells and W. W. Oats Oar leU steadyi little doing; futures Wprthlngten, Magistrates, held oeurts e the 2 mixed, nominal In absence of business, Na fourth MemlaytnndthltdThurnlajBlnMarsii, 40A4UHe: Ne. 3 white, 41e; Na 3 white, 43He; Acatiemy of the Vlsltntien JJeardlnff June, Sopteinner and December. M. T, .kt- v.tltTk Vnatitlitn 41Q41K& Na white November, VerSt l4af-aam- uel ami Day Schoel fur Yeuuff Laules. K. Mastln and PenM TOLEDO, 0., Nev. 21. This Institution has a hlirh reiiutnllen for Its Owens, Magistrates, bold courts en U vVTA4Dttl and steady! NeJi cash an! Saturdays In March, Juhc, many mlvatiiMi'S and tlmreugii oducatlen In nnd fourth Deeember, TlJfel MaySQUe, branehT Thi) Cern-Du- U: Na I 4he; Ns. I Mel Na etiry the dlroctleii ofMustenl Department Is nor ana uocember. unaries a graduate of a noted under Kelena-Willl- Hm Luttrell and JdMf IT CAterva-terOermsa Bd BelectW 8yJe Wfi-U- ull! We, of l)MHr;lng taught free. Rllml puplli vrlll be steady! prtaM tralBc by tM JS)hinrint Motbed. Kg twrjM er.d and feurtk Wednesdays in Xe4i. CixVMt-sAetlva s OF M PHfrWi KM; JM'wri, mhI oilier Information apply te 8ISTKHB Ky. epiwHht a BecKtMr. Jaw K, MfPw tatlij CeasabVe. VlSlTATIt), Xarivllle, Htteu Ce., THf I'lrrsDCiten, Nev. 21. Netice! FRED WILLIAMS Ma) sville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate, holds court the first Tuesday in each month. Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the fourth Tuesday in each month. We, B. Daweon, Constable. Maysville Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate holds court the first Saturday In each mqntb,. William Pepper. Magistrate, holds court tlte' fourth Saturday in each month. J. II. McNutt; Constable. d, ''&. 'fl Thd "Hepkins" e a tC Ne,l$en, $3 imi Shirts Made te Order. Jre, i ! ch, wun ah, Vl a4 ml Jif ,' A e. m K..ftaLt.!1 r.j,wmk. ... j '.' "'JMV' i"- - IThe Editor of Tin Lcdeer Is net rospensl- ible for the opinions expressed by Correspond cats; but nothing reflecting upon the charac of any person will be admitted ter te these columns,! ts MAIL? fs?w arxOjairusinr t DAILY rJlj&sWfe wmw&z2Zzz iiWiyy;A.ATr.Arv-jiAJ.MU Z"Z'J9&my -A rr-. Mgfr"wy CINCINNATI DIYI8IOK OMVAAPKAKK "Help iWanitd," "Situation ! i l Wanted," Lett," " found," Ac., of an accepta-M- e nature, and net te exceed three Una, en thii page, are FREE te all, t3TNe BuMntM Adccrtieementt Interttdjrlth' out pay, If answer fad te come the Ant time, we invite at many repetition as ar necenaty te tecure KBXTUCXr WBATUEU REPORT. what jeu advertise for. We with the advertiser te feel that theu are net impoiine en us by using What He Viy Expect liettreen TM Time our free columns. Advertisement can be left a! our office or it anil TvMurrete Evening, ' XJlOATUel the healing AD OHU JtA MtnslO I BALLENGER Diamonds I ! ! KZBO) ButI? x R?Vjin. ssk 1 Vn 1 .m Weal r. HUUflei.iiniuiing( itnll.1 r. T.. n V - V Vi 1 ','sT Add tweutr-slminutes te scl oily tlme. Nes 20 und 30 are the Muysvllle nuoemraoda (--, tleu. and Nns. 17 aud IS the Huntington ucoem- mndatlen. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fast express . v MrCorrttpendetit pleane ttnA Letter se in a few words as peMfbte. We want t neves in uim cKpanmeut, ami no; aavenxtmg notices or political araumsni. ii 3. THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. HTitte stroamer rxms Blue rain or snew: .WAiyypp. With BIafc adevk 'twill warmer grew. Tf VlacH't nKNEATIT COLDKR 'twill t0. My customerB te knew that my Unless Ulncrt't shown no ohange we'll see. WANTED net be open en Sundays. Get your work done en Saturday. J. P. WASH. By an experienced WANTED sewing te take home seamstress or would go cut by the day. inquire nt this ofllce or addre.s Bex vacitv V.O. TANTEDVCoek & Jacksen have lust re-eeived a fresh supply of groecrlcs and previsions of all kinds and ask the public te call and ex a ml no thelr stock. geed trtrl te de gencral WANTED J.AII. ROWLAND, Principalheuso High Schoel. TI7ANTED-Offl- oe Bey. Apply te DRS. TV SAM UEL. rtTRODE WANTED The thlef who stelo Geergo N. Uimugh the mail te THE PVDLIG LEDGER COilPAKT. Ne. 10 E. Third Street. irmnfnrmifrmnnfTitmnirtiirwnmfirnrMifttmrmiTntfi dlnlnir Yerk.,. ten. lialtliiifirn. PhllndelDhla and Through Pullman sleeper te Riohmend, Va.,r at) a uia I'eint uomien. no. seua irain Willi ruiuunu Diuujr iu imaiiiiiniuui u.i.m.uif alt TSuatnm nnrt AfinthnAAfnrn nnnnectlnn. ' The accommodation trains are dally exoeDt . HlindAVt the rout nre ilnllr. Direct oennoctlon at Cincinnati for points ' i West and Seuth. IM IUUUU r. iHO n DUIIU Until twIlK ll.Mrtl.l. enr nnd Pullman slocners te WuShtne- New K. I.T . lm ! 'J sua OUR AGENTS. "- Tbe following are authorlzed Agcuts for Thk Public Lkdeer In their rospectlre local imps i Mnttbew Heffman. ' MnranUire Helena Rebert B. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawcs. Sunlis B. G. Griitsbv. - Oranetimrg C. K, Itess. , tsprtngaau v. u. uetrmau. muysiicA vuiuiut) n uuviur. VanetlAuv Mrs. Jennie Stewart, jat. Garmtl Kelly Foxworthy. Auffujki Letinder Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Bltullck SprinyiJ. H. Hunter. Subscribers will save tbe treublo of letter- writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. SPRtNODALR. v Corsets ! Corsets 's MAYSVILLB DIVISION iouUiAeumi. . T r . i x i I I i same. Whoelbarrow te return Professer P. M. Garret of Lewis ceuuty vis ited bis many friends here this week. Mlsa Clara Degman returned Wednesday : f rem a week's visit te friends at Sand Hill. VJakoTrumbe and his slster Miss Sue are Jfrlsltlng relatives in Lewls county this week. Frank Cobb has purchased the farm owned 'brX.T. Cole ner Hcctorvllle, also the adjoin ing farm owned by Eliza J. Cole. daughter of Rich- Lena, the "ardandParthenla McGewcn died en Monday of inflammation of the bowels. The work en our scboelhouso Is pregressing1 gjjwlth the same enenry and rapidity that ehar-jKKCicnzes an me pueuc werxs engaged in ey jpeur beard of trustees. Charles Iletze Is visiting relatives and friends here after an absence of twenty years, during which time he has largely aided the wllderness te blessem as the rose. He Is eno of the pioneers of Indianola, Red Wlllen county, Neb. He reached there In the spring of "13 with his team, farm implements and a very little cash. He new owns property valued at several thousands of dollars. Like most of the old soldiers he Is a geed Itepubllcan and grleves ever the way bis adopted state showed up in the late election aud blames tbe third party for it. , , three-year-old -, Ferest tyvonue. girl te de general nouse 31. work. Ap t William Bowling has been acquitted 13! tWest 8ccend ply te MRS. JOHN RAINS, street. of the murder of Harry F. Dent at Leu te knew that Miss Evu WANTED-Ladl- cs is carrying en a Dressmaking isville. m establishment In the Sixth Ward, and would like te have them call. TnE first of the new World's Fair half- dollar souvenirs has bcen turned out at rpRSALjB. the United States mint at Philadelphia. 13 Celt's Club Gun; geed as IOR SALE-N- e. new. DAN 8HAFER. The work of coining the remainder of the 15,000,000 will be continued, but will FOR SALE One Herso Spring-wagoat Geerge Crawford's blaoksmlthshep net be finished, it is thought, until about en East Second street the opening of the Exposition next May. OR SALE A square Base Burner Stevo, 1213 m fSTThi' above forecasts are made period of thirty-sihours, ending at 8 o'clock evening. Blacksmith; must WANTED sheer. Stcndv Jeb and be a geed geed nay te right man. FRANK DtJNCAN. Bardls, Ky. Ladles te knew that Mrs. Hlse for a WANTED Sixth Ward weaves carpet at Ne. The attention of the ladles Is Invited te our Corset Department. In addition te the 40e, 50c and ".te lines we are showing elght lines at fl, including Ball's, War-ncrJ. B.. C. P. Impertod wevon and the Colebrated Jacksen Corset Waist; also two lines of P. D. Corsets at tl 75 and-- 50. We are sole Agents In this city for the well known Equlpolse Waist. Our line of Black Hosiery for Ladles, Misses and Children in Cotten, Fleeccd lined and Cashmere Is completo In all grades and sizes from 10 cents te SI nor tialr. Ladles should bear In mind that our Blaek Hoslery is all Ethiopian Dye and is warranted fast and stainless Our Cleak stock is oemploto and our prices will be found tbe lowest. Don't fall te call In If. you need a clenk. BROWNING ic CO. Maysvllle' at 5 :80 a. m. for Paris, Lex- I ngton,CInctnnatt,Kleh- mend. Stanford. Llv-- . irsten. Jollleo. Mlddlosberouirli. Cumberland Jap, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Division. Leaves Mayavllle at 1:45 p. m. rer Paris, Cincinnati, Lexington, Winchester, Rlohmend and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern DivisNorthbound. Arrlve at Mayavllle at 10,00 B. m. and 8:1$ p. m. , All trains daily oxecpt Sunday. ' Add twenty-siminutes te get city tlme. '' i . x Ioave ion. - s n ! zr DIRECT HOUTH TXBX tip-p- - Corsets ! Corsets 1 liUJUJUlUilUitiilJlilUlilJUJIttlUiiiiUiliiiWUJikJUiiUUiUJUR F DIAMONDS, WATCHES, lEifFrUtitamUifrUlfr. Repairing of all Kinds i lAMONGTHERAILROADS HENT Lewer fleer of my heuso en West Second street, suitable for a small they warrant every Instrument sent niemr.trs $ lead their factory. They will send te any of"from family. Apply te MRS. MARY RILKY. W .. Hircirrrp our TjIORRENT Adamsen heuso en West Sce-J- ? - ivn -- ...,... ........,,..., H readers who may be thinking of purchasing a end street. Apply te W. D. COCHRAN, piano, their illustrated cataleguo free of Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'XlemM of Ute Hull That Are Steknl Up and charge; and it will be found to be an interestsmall Piloted Inte The Lednrr'n Columns 6j a ing publication. FOR RENT-- A Wurd. cottagete en WalnutApply MISd JENFifth FOR MAYOR. Thoroughly Competent Engineer. NIE POTTER. We are FiitE and Accident Ins. W. It. Warder. TTIOR RENT Modern Cottnge en Commerce HAULMANauthorized te nnnounce HAIRY as a candidate for Mayer at tbe A? street. Fifth Ward. Fer terms, &c, apply ensuing January election. , at Adams Express Office. We are authorized to nnnounce E. E. Opera-Heus- e. te PEARCE, Jr.. as a candidate for X.OSV. the office of Mayer at tbe ensuing cleotlen for City officers. LOST A naby Pin with name "Katle" at EDMJST0N & KINNEMAN, Mgrs. thereon. Finder plcase Icave this office. FOR CITV MAHSnAL. We are authorlzed te announce M. E. LOST A Memorandum Boek and semo ROBERT A. COCHRAN. TUESDAY, ns a candidate for City Marshal at 1 ,OST A lady's silk Handkerchief. Finder tbe enBuing January election. j- niease icave at Jirs, Kate Blerley's and We are authorized te announce E. W. FITZreceive reward. GERALD as a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing city election. LOST A Limestone Bulldlnir Association Appearance of- marked MAIIY GARRISON. Plcase We ar6 authorlzed te nnnounce JOHN W. return te 30 East Third street. ALEXANDER ns a candldate for City Marshal at tbe ensuing January election. STOLEN-Frmy LOST. STRAYED OR of Octoberem 31st, a bay We are authorized te announce JOHN V. en the night Herso, two white hind fect, whlte face, flve DAY ns a candidate for City Marshal at the Quite a number took advantage of the years old. 'A liberal reward will be paid for ensuing January election. cheap rate en the 0. and 0 Saturday. his return te It. V. DRYDEN. Fifth Ward. We are authorlzed te announce JAMES Famous New Orleans Minstrels, embracing a A Leg Chain from my wagon Great numbers of turkeys have, been ceterio of High Class Artists in an entire new REDMOND as a candidate for City Marshal at M. C. Russell's and program of Itetlned Minstrelsy. A late and West Second street. Sultable my home en tbe ensuing January election. shipped ever the C. and 0. the past few reward for noted addition is Griffin and Marks, the of same. JAMES HA8SON. Sr. days. grotesques. Open air ' " geld Spectacles Sunday at. LOST A pair of In Courtheuso or en Third FOR CITV CLERK. elther We are authorized te nnnounce HARRY C. street botweon Court and Plum. Retum te STEAMBOAT MATTERS. McDOUGLE as a candldate for City Clerk at Mrs. M. G. Clarke, WJ East Third street, and the ensuing January election. receive reward. We are authorized to nnnounce MARTIN A. A pair of geld rlmmed ID tlOlXO O.V WBAT ALOSO TUB to the for at 12 o'clock en Market and Second streets, LOST street car or at cemetery. Sultable OTiAHE as a candldate the ensuing elty cleoBEAVTirCL UlllO UIVEIU oQlee of City Clerk at parade following at 12:'J0. Prices reward for their return te M. C. RUSSELL. uniformed teon. for this engagement "15. 35, 50 and 75 cents. Child's Tickets en ale at Nelsen's. LOST ColumbusBreastpin en Ferest avenue, Day. Return MRS. JOHN SfiDrlfttcoeit Gathered en Shere and fit ream DAVIDSON. TOR ASSESSOR. bu The Zrdger'i Weather. lleaten Old Tar T OST-- On Octebor !d. between loe factory D.We are authorized to announce CHARLES Up Ready Fer Use. and Piled SHEPARD as a oaudtdate for City Assessor - anaioiigaieenMaysviuo anu Lexington Pike, Pocket-boocontaining til. Sultable nt the ensuing city election. reward if returncu to thlsofflce. We are authorized te announce F. W. BAUER as a candldate rer City Assessor at gOTfanp. the ensuing city eloctlen. CIOUND Ladles fur Cellar, and a key with X' shoe buttoner attached. tub steel fl l'ltf that The Emerton Piane. The Emersen Piane Company of Bosten, Mass., and ftJ Fifth Avenue, New Yerk, have had a long and successful experience in the manufacture of pianos, and have attained an enviable reputation. Thcse pianos are of the very finest tone and of the best material and workmanship, and are sold at modorate prices and en rcasonable terms. As a general thing a person buys a piano but enco In a lifetime, and It Is, therefore, very Important that the Instrument should cembino as many desirable features of a permanent character as possible Manufacturers of root reputation and of long standing should be the favored ones. The Emersen Piane Company have made and sold upward of sixty thousand pianos; and 9 E will sell Sixth Ward. eheap. W. H. FREDERICK, SALE OR KENT The desirable of Rev. B. W. Mebane, East Fourth rer terms appiy te itev. is. . we Masonic Temple. banoerM.C. HUTCI TTIOR SALE Second-hansafe, wardrebo J--' and eluce desk. Apply te G. W. OEISEL, FOR tween Cincinnati and St. Leuis, and all of Its trains run through solid te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggage or of passengcrs who travel en O. and M. trains. Less than tun hours Is our time te St. Leuis, where our trains make connection In the Union Depot with trains of all lines for the West, Southwest and Northwest. Tbe Ohie and Mississippi Railway Is the direct and fast line te Louisville. The Ohie nnd Mississippi Hallway gives special attention te colonists going West, elther single or In parties. Our agents are prepared at all times te furnish information as te rates and routes te points Writ, and when passengers are ready te start Wil secure thelr tickets at lewost rates and attend te check Inir baggage through te destination. Fer tickets via O. and M. Railway and further information call en agents of connectC. W. PARIS. ing lines or address Central Passonger Ageut O. and M. Railway, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O. iiiwaii The Ohie and Railway ilitslf i is the short line be- ft Vl Bircet. , d In afternoon. I P. J. MURPHY, SUCCESSOR TO JEWELRY. & ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION adopted nr TTIOR RENT OR 8ALR-- My rcsldonce A. town known as "Rlverslde." If rented. can have use of herso and two cows. Apply at enco te A. J. McDOUGLE or H. C. Me DOUGLE. below 110PPE MURPHY. THE PUBLIC LEDGER Or XAVSVILLE, KY. CO. rOS RENT. THOMAS J. CHENOWETH, F0H SALE two cheap. II. C. McDOUGLE. Assignee. One Cleak Table with elevating Cleak Racks, all geed as new. DRUGGIST. KENTUCKY. THE LATEST NEW YORK FAD MAYSYILLE. Washington NQVi 22(l O-OBLTOnST- 'S is the combination Pocket nnd Card Case. each of the books imvlng pretty sterting sllver ernamonts en Its sides, with monogram in the wuuiur. jiuBuauus, present jour wives witn eno of thcse bees Fer a Christmas Gift! Made In Seal, Alligator, Lizard end all the pretty Tints, which are ee fashionable. Prlce complete ?a. uau ana see samples. Hoeks, Stationery, Wallpaper. Window Shades. Toys und Fancy Goods. world-famo- re-tu- Geld Band Concert J. T. Kackley & Ce. Nese-glass- mm DRUG A First-clas- STORE , k s FOR COLLECTOR AND TREASURER. M.CEussell&Sen will be found ou the imi Bourbon Farms! FOR SALE. four miles from Millersburg; that must be sold te settle Mrs. Hannah Sandusky's Estate. The land is excellent. B. SANDUSKY, PIXCKARD, KY. Administrator. Esplanade during: the building of their new house. expected that all the packets will In their regular trades In a few days. Captain Jehn tffewten of the steamer 'Ohie Is lying very 111 at bis home in Newport. ,Tkfl Ifudien went. nn Hfittinlnv nlirlit j r -. Is -..--ever-mule- I have three improved farms, election. , We are authorlzed te nnnounce JAMES W, FITZGERALD as a candldate for Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city eloctlen. We are authorized te announce HORATIO FICKLIN for Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city election. FOR WIIARrMASTER. We are authorized te announce R. A. COCHRAN, Jr., as a candldate for the olllce of Collocter and Treasurer at. tbe eusulng city Line of Everythlnfir Usually Found lu a Drue; store. POWjSB & BEYN0LDS. We are authorized to nnnounce C. M. PHIS-TEas a candldate for reflection as Wharf-mast- M PURE DRUGS! v er It Call and See Them. at tbe January election, reR 1893. jbe En?fcTag3 isastifKii J J. COUNCILMAN. Paints and Oils, Best Brushes, Finest Soaps und Perfumes, the Choicest Assortment of Fancy Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps All for sale by TMrd WHITE, JUDD Are still In th & CO. itpt Pittsburgh. Hbe Is thoroughly and repainted and leeks as bright fisa new silver dollar. rJtUewhere in TnE Ledger will be F;ffviiJB.r1 tiiA nnnntlnenmnnt nf (1 , i w. .M.WWMW.W kPMHer for as Wharfmaster. lK afcuuld receive the support of our d FUBNITURE BUSINESS '' Wft COAL, COAL ! .FOR SALE. At Ne. 42 W. Second Street. We are authorized te announeo C. C. HOP- PUIt as a candldate for Council from the Third Ward. Feurtfi irard. Maysvllle Ky. We are authorized te announeo JOHN T. DRUGGIST, MARTIN as a candldate for Councilman from tbe Fourth Ward. Prescriptions at all hours prepared with Fifth Ward. care and accuracy by William C. Weed, WAR-DLWe are authorized te announce C. W. pharmacist. irard. J. JAMES WOOD, Art. I. De it anewn that William H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadsworth. Jr., Samuel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Russell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds, have this day associated thomselvoa together and becemo Incorporated under and by virtue of Chapter fid of the General Statutes of the' State of Kentucky as Tbe Public Ledger Company nnd by that name shall sue and be sued, contract and be con trncted with, and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, with power te alter same at pleasure. Art. 2. The capital stock of said Corporation shall be I5.UU0, divided Inte shares of $10 caeh, and the same shall be transferable by written assignment en tbe cortlUcate, and when transferred the cortlUcate for name shall be surrendered te the Cemnanvand can. ecled, and new ones issued in lieu thereof. Art. 3. This Coreoratlon Is orffanlzed for tbe purpose cf publishing a newspaper In the city of Maysvllle. and distributing Iho same throughout the state of Kentucky, und for the carrying en of a general newspaper business in said city nnd state. Art. 4. The principal place of business of said Corporation shall be at Maysvllle. Ky. Thecapltnl stoes of snld Corporation may be Increased at a meeting of tbe stockholders (these holding u majority or the stock assent-lu- g thereto) te any sum net exceeding $10,. 00U. This Corporation may organize when 300 shares of its stock Is subscribed. Stock may be paid for In money or equivalent at an agreed contract prlce, and any stock net subscribed for may be sold from time te time, as the Directors may direct and authorize, and the certlllcates of stock shall be slgned by the President and Secretary, and the corporate seal shall be affixed te same. Art. S. The Corporation shall be managed by a Directory of five porsens who shall be eicc Slaysville, Ky., en the 1st Monday lu March of each year. If, for any reason, thore should net be an election held at the time Oxed, the Directors In olllce shall oentlnuo as such until their successors are elected and qualltled. ART. 0. The Directors shall ohenSso fmm thelr number n President and and from said number or the stoekboldors a Secretary and Treasurer, or. If they see fit. they may combine these two officers into eno, They shall elect an Editor, and may oleot an assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties nnd tonure of olllce they may fix and preor tbe Company, whleh by. scribe by s laws a majority of the Directors may adept management or the Cem pan yaffaire. for the Art. 7. The Ceulpauy shall net ineur nn Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate at any eno tlme, a sum equal te f of the capital stock paid In. Art. 8. The prlvate property of the stockholders of this Company shall be exempt from all debts or liabilities of the Corporation. Art. 0. The Corporation shall begin when " It shall have organized, as provided for hercln, aud shall pontlnue as long as may be noces-earaccording te law. In witness wberoef, the said Incorporators have hereunto set thelr hands this 10th day of March, 18M. WILLIAM H, COX. A. M. J. COCnRAN, M. C. Hubsrll, Themas a. Davis, W. H. WADSWORTH, Jr., GEO. L. COX, 3 T, Hickman, Allen A. Edmonds. State of Kentucky", I H,f Masen County. I. T. M. Pcarce. Clerk of thn rVinnlv rVinri for the county and etate aforesaid, de oertlfy that the foregoing Artloleof Incorporation of The Publle Lcdger Ce. was, en March 10, 1893, produced te me In said county, and acknowledged by said Themas A. Davis. William II. Cox. W. 11. Wadsworth, Jr., 8. T. Hickman. M. C. llussell, Geergo L. Cox and Alten A. Edmonds caeh to be thelr act and deed, and en March H. lfettJ, the same was again reproduced te me and acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran te be bis act and deed, and ledged for record, whoreupon the same, togethor with this oer- tlfloate, bath been duly roeontod in my offiee. Given under mv hand this Hth dav of March. ItSVi. T. M. PKAHCK, Clerk. Dy T. D. Blattery. D. O. eno-haly, ,t; i & S 3d ' : :'& a:? E Fifth Ward. as a candldate for Councilman from the Thore ia nothing mero dangerous, and nothing mere certain te bring en disease than Impure water: and whlle J. J. HTZGEBALD, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! 41 West Second Street, r.pwfle. Capialn O. M. t (Saturday's Commercial. LPMrter of the Maysvllle wharfbeat and JX iru detrn yesterday en business IMMjttesay goodbye te his friend, P. T.. SHERMAN Frent and Main HOUSE, Streets, ft Small, the Tailor CAN BE FOUND AT HIS The CHOLERA at our very doer-yocan prevent it from this source effectually and penna nently.fr you use a Is EMPORIUM of FASHION Jfe. 110 Market Street, Opposite Central Hetel. COCHRAN & SONS, & COOPER, AQESTrOR Jewel Ces Stern. w.n.WADsweniH, -- HAY8VILLE, KY. Cel. WILLIAM 0RT, Proprietor, CONCORD, KY. EVBHYTHIKO nUST-ClAS- sa. w. a. wadsweuth, SON, jr. Ce. Ifleaerville, Butler ceunty.Nich- iXtMslfiger was killed by a tree belng All grades of Ceal reoelvod dally. Orders left at mr Oralnbeuse, or Brtekyard corner ever ea blm. Second and Union stroets, will receive prompt .. i attention. is ,tkettght that an opinion in the will be reached by the jrtr M. & .1 Peach Orchard Ceal Gee. WADSWORTH SKWLf rUBXISHKD: ATT0RNBT8 AT LAW, COURT STREET, A. V. J. COCHRAN WM. D. COCHRAN, ATTVRNBrS AT LAW, MAY8VILLE, KY. MONUMENTAL, STATUAEY AND CKXCTMY W0KK, ROM. A. COCHRAN The general practice of Law. HATSVILLB,ICT It ia germ proof. Fer sale by S. B. OLDHAM, Sele Agent. 0. W. WAEDLJE, Pasteur Miter! In OranlU and Marble. ft ; f AtMts towerrow. ii H eM MMl Clinger Sen, T. H. N. SMITH, ! I AMO M lwr 0H9' mi XiMtNk TOLKX. MA10! 417, AXD COXTXACTOttSt Painless Extraction of Teeth. I TellMAaketlnfertM DENTIST! BIMNII M TM M. mm I let W. BsoexD Brairr, E. GILM0BE, KAY8VIXLK SSwi fCY. Dr. 4 TiantuManiBgW6k,WdewaJ'M,e., MIlMnvri f iimip (Efl4eat Jfewea Qe ncmw,'"i"i J. H. SAMUEt, Aaylwea.liuwitww Himiritaa nan Xeeptui, OpWft-lMtf- PHYSICIAN ATO BURGEON DENTIST MM M, N, I JUYIYILLS, KY. -- i JaVKVCSlUtS J'. V iHi